University of Florida - Tower Seminole Yearbook (Gainesville, FL)

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UNIVERSITY °f FLORIDA NINETEEN HUNDRED THIRTY-SIXWALLY SAMPLE Editor VANCE DUNCAN Business Manager FRANKLIN D. BENNETT M«n«ging EditorTWENTY-SIX YEARS AGO THE SEMINOLE STARED WITH BABY EYES UPON THE CAMPUS FOR THE FIRST TIME, AND SAW ONLY THOMAS HALL. THIS EDITION OF THE SEMINOLE IS MUCH MORE FORTUNATE. IT HAS THE PRIVILEGE OF VIEWING ONE OF THE MOST BEAUTIFUL COLLEGE CAMPUSES IN THE SOUTH-OR ANYWHERE; A CAMPUS EMBRACING MORE THAN A SCORE OF IVY-CLAD BUILDINGS. AS EACH YEAR HAS BROUGHT IMPROVEMENTS TO THE UNIVERSITY, SO TOO, EACH YEAR HAS ADDED ITS TOUCH TO THE SEMINOLE. IT IS THE SINCERE HOPE OF THE STAFF THAT THIS, THE TWENTY-SEVENTH VOLUME OF THE SEMINOLE, WILL HAVE CONTRIBUTED ITS SHARE TO PROGRESS, AND THAT HEREIN YOU WILL HAVE A COMPLETE CHRONICLE OF THE YEAR '35-'36.TO JOSEPH EDWIN PRICE, ASSISTANT DEAN OF STUDENTS, POPULAR, PERSONABLE; AN INTERESTED FOLLOWER OF ATHLETICS; A MAN OF HIGH CHARACTER AND FUNDAMENTAL ABILITY; A STUDENT LEADER AS UNDERGRADUATE AND GRADUATE; A FLORIDA MAN WHO IS DEVOTING HIS LIFE TO HIS UNIVERSITY . . . AND ENJOYING IT.JOSKPII K I) IN PKICKFOR THE THEME OF THE TWENTY-SEVENTH VOLUME OF THE SEMINOLE, THE STAFF PRESENTS A COMPREHENSIVE PICTURE OF THE NATIVE INDUSTRIES WITH WHICH FLORIDA IS SO RICHLY BLESSED. FEW, IF ANY, STATES OF THE UNION CAN OFFER AS MANY DIFFERENT TYPES OF INDUSTRIES AS THOSE BEING CARRIED ON IN FLORIDA TODAY. FROM LUMBERING IN THE PINE WOODS OF WEST FLORIDA TO FISHING IN THE BEAUTIFUL TROPICAL WATERS OF KEY WEST, THE NATIVE INDUSTRIES OF THE STATE ARE ITS BIGGEST ASSET. THE MAIN DIVISION PAGES REPRESENT THE STATE'S LEADING INDUSTRIES WHILE THE SUB-DIVISION PAGES DEPICT NUMEROUS OTHER INDUSTRIES NOT SO LARGE. THE STAFF DESIRES THAT THIS EDITION STAND AS A TESTIMONIAL TO FLORIDA'S NATIVE INDUSTRIES.3n iflpimtrtam III NMY oRTON Jl NE W IIJJAM M. ('.ARIJSLK John (L IIoyrr III HN ARD A. TllO.MAS J nmi.s T. Twice John E. Drayton IIokao: II. Tuns Book I. UNIVERSITY........................12 Campus Views. . . . . 13 Administration . . . . .21 Book II. CLASSES ..........................28 Senior Lav . . . . .29 Senior Academic . . . .35 Undergraduates . . . .61 Book III. FEATURES . . . . .118 Hall of Fame ..... 119 Beauty ...... 125 SnapsKots ...... 135 Satire.......................149 Book IV. ATHLETICS........................172 Football 177 Basket Ball . . . .187 Baseball ...... 191 Track........................195 Boxing ...... 199 Intramurals ..... 203 Book V. ACTIVITIES.......................212 Student Government . . . 213 Publications ..... 219 Organizations ..... 229 Military 249 Dance Societies .... 259 Book VI. FRATERNITIES ... .266 Honorary and Professional . . 267 Social.......................287 In SAIMNC (lie high seas ;mil producing the ncws|iu|)«rii of the world rosin and turpentine are essential. Tin naval stores from Florida's majestic pint forests have been one of Florida's most valuable contributions to the world and have furnished employment for thousands ofAtFlorida! There magic in name for fisher men. Tile coastal water of l''l«»ri«l;i are an Fdcn to angler of high and low degree. The water of Florida are the ino t productive of game H hes of any in the world. t lea t ix hundred varieties of fishes are known. No man may say how many more there are that have not been studied and classified. Florida has more than 5000 miles of inland waters ami 3000 miles of seacoust, all thriving with commercial and game fishes.Slnfo Itoanl of Kdiirafioii l win Siioi.i . Cmvrnor I Stetson, Yale) Tallahassee l{. A. CRAY. Seerrt ary of Slate (Georgetown) Tallahassee . V. Knott. Stair Treasurer Tallahassee Caio I). Lamhn Alloriuy General (Indiana Slate Normal; University of Michigan) Tallahassee W . S. !aw moN. Stair Superintendent of I’ublic Instruction (University of Florida) Tallahassee lto;ir l of I'oiilrol Chirok II. BaUWIN. Chairman (Yale) Jacksonville Thomas W . Bryant (Florida) lakeland Harry « Duncan (SicImhi) Tavarcn ()l.l MC J. SttMMK lAulMirn) Pensacola l Ki n II. W AGC I Dickinson College) Palm Brarli John T. Diamond. Secretary of the !(««! Tallahassee1J I V K IK S 1 T Y i it i: s i i» i: t l)K. JOHN J. TIGERT Vunderbill, 'Oi M.A. (Oxon.J, LI..I). Eit.n.. D.CJ,. DJAlt., UU). • 23 -C O U C I I. r I V K It S I T V A i I i ii £ Vi «• « - I r o s i il n I of Arts mill SHnire bran Townls II. I.mill II. S. 11nka). .1. It. (Lebanon University), l‘h. I). (University of Chicago) 'I' Ii i li r ii il ii o I i“ S i Ii o o I Win Ili« University was founded Doctor Anderson left his position as ii member of Ihe faculty of Ihc Honda Stale College at Tallahassee lo become llie first llr.nl of tin Department of Ancient l.anguugeA. In 11 10 lie was imolr Dean of tile College of Arts and Sciences anil when the Graduate School win created in 1930 lie liecnmc its first Dean. Since its inception, Hie Grail iiiitr School lias enjoyed n steady growth. Today it offers a Master's Degree in a wide variety of courses. Doctor Anderson's social fraternity is Clil Phi. In. s Tow SB. It. Lkioii. Acting Vice-President and Dean of the College or Arls and Sciences is one of the most active and capable men associated with the University. Dean l-cigh has previously served the University as Head of the Department of Chemistry and Dean of the Gdlrgc of Pharmacy, lie is past national president of Gamma Sigma Ivpsilon. honorary chemical fraternity, and past president of Ihe American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy; member of the Society of Chemical Industries, lain don; member Deutsche Chcmischc Gcsclkhaft. Herlm; member American Institute of Chemists; member American Chemistry Society; member American Pbarmaceutical Association; and member of Sigma Chi social fraternity. Dean J. N. Anderson Ph. I). (Johns llopkins) M. .1. (University of ViryiniaI II e g i s i r a r IIarlky Willard Chandler came to the University from Minnesota in 1923 as Instructor in Mathematics. He was appointed Itegistrar in ll 27 and has eapably filled that position. Mr. Chandler supervises the registration and compilation of statistics of students. Mis office is able to furnish at any time a complete record of any .student's college work. He is now President of the Horidn Association of College and Universities, a member of Sigma Xi, Pi Gamma Mu. Phi Kappa Phi. Gamma Alpha, ami Phi Kappa Tau. IIshli v W. Chandler M. .S'. (University of Iowa) 24IJ NIVEItSIT Y C O 1 C I L r o 11 e j « o I' II ii s i ii s s A 1 m i ii i n ( r n I i o n Pi ni on MI No tlii lu;il function of Acting Dean of the General Collr||r mid Dean of (he College of Buiinru Administration, Dean Waller J. Malhcrly is one of Ihe University’ most aide men. Il was largely through llu untiring work and faith of Dean Matlierly that Ihe (General College, a great slop forward in education, came into existence. Dean Matlierly came lo the Uni versify in 1920 to lake llie |M» ilion of Director of the Odlege of Commerce and Journalism, lie is Prcsi-dent of the American Association of Collegiate Schools of Business, member of Alpha Kappa Psi, Tau Kappa Alpha. Phi Kappa Phi. Blue Key. Bela (lamina Sigma, and Sigma Nil. Dean Wii.mon Ni: vkll D. Sc. (Iowa Stale College) Tin I'ollpj p of Kiliicalion Tin; able head of the College of Flduralion is Dean J. W. Norman. Before coming to Florida in 1916 to serve as Professor of Education he servcil on llie fac-ullies of Howard College. Bichiiiond College. and Ihe University of Minnesota, lie was appointe«l Dean in 1920. Under Ihe leadership of Dean Norman llie College of Education emerged from Teacher’s College in 1931 thus forging another link in Ihe chain of growth of Ihe University. Dean Norman is a member of Phi Kappa Phi. Kappa Della Pi, Phi Della Kappa, and Kappa Phi Kappa. Dean Wm.uh J. Mvtiimii.y • l.ff. ( William Jewell College) M.A. (Wathinglon Vnivernitg) Tin College of Agriciilf ur Dkan Wii.sion Ni;wk.li. came lo the Stale of Florida in 1913 as Plan! Commissioner. In 1921 he became Dean of the College of Agriculture and Director of Ihe Experiment Station and Agriculture Extension. Under Ihe able leadership of Dean Newell Ihe (ml lege of Agriculture exists not only lo leach scientific agricultural work hill lo couiluel research work ill all phases of Florida farming. Dean Newell is a past President of Ihe Association of Economic Entomologists, and of ihe Association of Southern Agricultural Workers, lie is a member of Phi Kappa Phi. Alpha eta. Gamma Sigma l clta. and Kappa Sigma. “ V %'■ - 25 - Dean J. W. Norman I'li.D. (Columbia)1 X I V K It S I T 1 i » I X i I I I trim It. C. Itn.r.v AM. (Ininn). IIS.A. iSiltsoi»r II i a n oft' St ii 1 outs Onk nf lli« Im-sI known men on tin rumpus of tin I'nivmily is B. A. Tolbert. I» iin of Students, wlm rume lo llu University in 1926 us Advisor lo Kmh ■urn and Professor in Ivdiiralimi. Since 1928 he lin.i ably tilled llu position of Dean of Students. Dean ToIIhtI holds membership in K.ippa Delhi I’i. Omi-cron Drllii Kappa, Blue Key. Seabbaril and Itlade. and Pi Kappa Alpha. Joseph Fdwin Price. a Florida man. is his avsislanl and Dean of Freshmen. taonoral IMonsimi llivision A I'lONKK in gmerul extension work. Dean B. C. Itiley helped lo organise Ihr Division al Indiana Fniversily, and then weld lo the University of Arkansas to become the lint director of extension there. In 1919 lie established the ((fiieral Extension Division al Florida, and has served as Dean since that time. Dean Itiley is past vice-president of the National University Kx-tension Association, and past president of the Kxtcn-sion Association of Southern Colleges and Universl-lies. lie founded Blue Key National Honor Fraternity, and is a member of Phi Kappa I'lii, Alpha Zcta. Phi Della Theta, and Itotary. Dran B. A. Tolhimt (£7. of P.) T h p r o I I p o o ft' I, » w WllNX the College of l.aw was founded at the University in P.Mil, m an Truslcr Joined the lirst faculty as Professor of law. In I91.» hr became l ean of the College. Ilis text H »rnlioD of School l.aw has found wide usage. Through the efforts of the Drun the Law College has develo|H d into one of the leading schools in the Association of American bw Schools. It is registered l» the Board of Itegenls of New York Stale and is listed among the approved law schools of the American Bar Association. Dean Truslcr is a member of Phi Della Phi. Alpha Phi Epsilon. Phi Kappa Phi. and Alpha Tail Omega. - 2 C • Dean II. It. TRUSi.m I ..I., I.I.M. {Michigan)IT X I V K IK S I T Y O U X « I L roll ki » of Kn in(k kriii Hi.sk : It. Van l.rm. l fan of tin College of Engineer-ing since 1932, has directed the revision of all engineering curricula and raised Hie standards for all engineering degrees, and has aided several hundred alumni in securing positions. He has served as Director of the Florida Mapping Project. Technical Consultant. F'KItA and Stale Planning Board, Secretary-Treasurer Florida Section American Society of Mechanical Engineers, and member of the State Hoard of Fligincering Examiners. University of Florida construction is Dean Van leer's hobby and he is particularly proud of the Photographic laboratory. ham IIi.sk K Van I.imi ICS. in K.K. (Purdue t nisersily ) M.S. in M.K. (University of California! M.li. (Purdue University! Tlit la( iipritl lolledt‘ WaltehJ. Mathkma, Acting ham Winston W. l.irrLK. Associate ham The University of Florida inaugurated the program of its new (•eiieral College at the hegiuning of the session, I93.V3C. The major phases of this program are: First, a group of six comprehensive courses prescribed, during the llrst two years, for all students, except superior students in certain eases; second, a set of elective comprehensive courses; third, a scries of specialised courses prerequisite for admission to the colleges and professional schools of the Upper Division; fourth, a system of comprehensive examinations on these various courses; and. fifth, a program of student guidance. All beginning students, whether prospective doctors, lawyers, pharmacists, teachers, architects, farmers, engineers, or business executives are required to register in the (ieneral College and to secure a minimum of general education before they are admitted to the colleges and professional schools of the I pper Division. The purposes of the (ieneral (Udlrgr are: to offer all students opportunity for general education and for vocational guidance; to broaden the base of education for students who are preparing for advanced study in the colleges and professional schools of the Upper Division, thereby avoiding the handicap of narrow specialisation; to satisfy the needs of those who have only a limited lime to give to college training. and consequently should concern themselves with general viewpoints and major understandings, instead of introductions to s| erial subject-matter Helds which they max never enter; and to provide for the constant adjustments requirrd in higher general education incident to the changing conditions of modern life.Tim falling industry re|ir«enU one of tin most valuable resources of Florida ami furnishes 10 per cent of the United State.- fisJi business. Florida's commercial fishing gives employment to approximately 11.000 people and 8.000 hoats. which bring in from 122.000,000 to 145,000.000 pounds of fish and other seafood yearly. More than $10,000,000 is invested in commercial fishing in the state.Sentor L a w Stamhm; at tin cross-roads of truth between tin lnit«d Staten ami tin Xmerica? and near to Oriental trade through the Panama Canal. Florida's shippers can look toward the future with assuranee. Convenient to every section of the state i- at least one of Florida's six major ports, which are fast increasing their tonnage to and from the ports of the world. The six-port total of Florida's commerce for 1935 was more than two hundred and sixty-six million dollars.S K I O II L A C LASS W I I.UlMt A. Towi.k President • 30 -S E X 1 o It ■- A W Rorkrt Thornton Anokr ox lur. Imw (lalanviUr Ritrullvt CohkII 'Jl: Vl( -I‘r«, Hopltomor cun . SS: Koottall. 'SI. •JS; l.lnul. O. H. C.: Band; C.i valiant; Kappa Kapf« IMI. V Club. Mo .III A. IUnkhi UA RJL R.A. Iaiw Orludo X« rapt. Inf.. 'S3. ‘St; 1 IU Slim II; John Mi r aha 11 do.Inly. Mii.i. Ikmixr. 14-R. Iajw UkrUn l son llu. Mir V Hook. 'X . ‘SI: Sod IJ ul, It. O. T. O.. SC Ivhatr nub; John Marshall So. Inly; PM Alpha m-lln; ('nmmttr flub. Pit . ’SI. Alvin (1«mx Law Minmi llrark ♦ HA Alligator. 'S -'JI. 'Sl-'SS. 'SX-'SX; Com-mar.-a Club; John Mara hall Ho. taly; Ivlgh ritnndcal: l rufvllor Hul ; Or- hnatra. 'Jamri Holman Craven Imiv I-akaUn.l KX Int.rfraltrnlt) Coofrrancn. S m T. I f.ll, Jr. lur. Law (}atn -»viUo XAK Swimming ‘3S; Major. !•( Inf. lull.; Iilua Kay; llacahua; QdonrU Club; I'hl I vita I'hl; (“train ; Hahraa; In-larfralnmlly Confnmnm; PRnulty .mm on Horlal Affair . M ll I'll Ml MU. U.L Law Miami Ulna Club; John Marahall Ho Inly; Y. M. C. A. Caul Cum: Atkinn IAJL Law Miami ♦KT Kxnutlr Cuuiu-ll; Itliia Ka ; Cavalier ; IVb |a Club; John Marahall H -.-Inly; I’hl Alpha I vita; Tau Kappa Alpha; lvl ata Tram. Inlrrfrnlarnlly CMfmiKV. John William FishimHuh ni LUR. IaIW IVnumlii Marshall Hartal y; I'hl l lil. I Vita Minikin I-Hioon Movkin Law ( haltalio.vlMv IIK A J.d.n Marahall Social ; I'IhM; In-larfralnrnlly Con farm , a. lion mu William (Uhioi lur. Law Joluvdovin, IVniin. Itlua Kay. I’hl Kap| .i I'hl; nil Alpha I vli,» Pit ., 33, "St; llatii tlnttmta Hlg-nva; Alplm Kap|M l t; phi KM sig-nva; Cavalier ; Cuntntrrvn Club. John Marahall Ivl-atlng Ho.'Inly; Voting Mrit'r Ivmorratlf Club; Honor Court. Huminar '31. '33. and law I’ollrga '31. '31. N»n-Kralar«lty l -agua. Orgatdlar and Chairman. 31. 31; I Vino, ratio LMgur. Chairman, 13. K; Campua t'..mm on S«Mlal AITalra. '31. '33; II H. It.A. "With Honor" IMS. Wilijam Jonktii llvNin I.4tW Marinnna ZAK Ihwlall 31. C donal. « |uh; | h| I Vita ltd. IIarky Ouimi.i. Hi non. Jr. lur. Iain Tatarm IIKA I’hl I Vila | h|; I'lralaa. JltttON Frf» VI v LUR. Law -Inrkv.iivillo K.V M«r. FWlkull. '3«. 31; 3nd Maul. '31. 3.; roloiirl. Club. John Marahall So-rlaiy; I.-Apt-1.a. Kvhraa. y Club. -31 •S E X William Coma (i.mimi iu !mw Tupt ZAR Basketball. '33; Alllcator. '33. '33. ’34; Seminole 33. '33. '34; O. II. C,; Col" onels Club; Pirate . Jlhomk i. CiKANf.lR LLB. !aup Miami Reach SAM Kntered from University of Mlchlcan Faa N. Hi rh ILI. Law Delaware, Ohio ZX O. It. C.. L'Apache. Elv K IU IU, Law Hi. IVli'nliurK ♦HA Honor Court; U« School. 3 . 36; Vic l res. I'rrahman Uw Class 11, •at; Hill Key; Karr Literary Society; John Marshall Society: Order of I'alma; Concert Master University Onhevtra; Director of U. of K. Clubmen. Howard II. Larkin IU. Law Dade City I at Ueut. It. O. T. C.; John Marshall Society; l-eljtb Chemical. Younc Democrats Club. Noil MAN l.INKTSKY LU Miami J.Tw»:ro McMullen I.L.B.. LL Law Clearwater IIK A seminoie. at. 'i«; iund; •!♦. 31. ’a:. 13: Colonel• Club; Kappa Kappo PM; I’M Della l hl; University Orchestra 10. WlUJAM Al.llFJIT Gillsm LUB. Iaiw Tampa ZAB AIIIK.it..r. 11. ’ll: Colonels Club; Farr Literary Society; I. It. C.; John Marshall Society: L'A| arhe; Phi l»elta Phi; Sahrea; Gen. executive Comm, for Military lull; Serpents; Captain, It. O. T. C. Marion (Iamtkh Ormar LL.B. Law Orlando Oscar l . Howkll, Jr. LLL Law Sarasota 8ecty.-Treas. Senior law Class. William C. I-a staff iu. Imw Miami Heneh ♦KT Se |y.-Treaa Student Body. '33. 'a ; I “res St u. lent Body. Summer Session li; AlllK.it. r. '30. '31. '33; Seminole. •II. 13. 33. Cadet Major. It O. T. C.. 31. ‘31; Blue Key; Colonels Club; I e-IKite Club; phi Alpha t elta; Tau Kap|« Alpha: White Krtars. II. GllADY I.FSTFR. Jit. LU, Law Tatnjm ZX Pre«. Junior law CUss. -31. 'IS: Cadet Major. Inf.. 34. ’33; Blue Key; Colonels Club; L’Apache; Sabres Harry Gordon McDonald lla Law Plant City OX Track; Bacchus; Colonels Club; fllee Club: John Marshall Society. P«u-hody Club; Y. M C. A ; Kappa I’M Kappa; Serpents. IIfrmon Hvmpiiiiky Motley. Jr. IU. Law Jacksonville I’re . I rotate Club. ’ll. 3$; Karr Literary Society. I. R. C.; John Marsluill S-- lety; I'M K»t ja Phi; Pres. Tau Kappa Alpha; I Lite Club Pres. 3 -i: o TkmRY BERNARD PaTTKRSON UJI. Low St. IVtcralmij; IIKA (Hue Key; tV'lowl" Club; l.‘. t arb ; Phi Delta rill; l M Kappu Phi. William Anwooo Hoiiin son. Jn. UJI. Lain St. PrtrrvIxirK John Mitrah-ill Society; Phi Alpha D»IU. Jons McCoy Sampi i I.LB. I MW Ft. Pinw Z+V. c»IomIii c 1ui : I Apache: Whio J v Kittkniiais Sciiw art UJ. I.iu i» St. IVlroliutu ♦BA Tr»« k, 31. ‘33; Vamtty. S3. ‘S3; AIII-Mior. ‘31. ‘33; Oonnncn Club: Join Mnrahall Society; Interfraternlty Con-fnwir. SXMI'KL V. SlIAPIIIO UJ. .Oil Kt. Ijti.1cr.la1.- cni'l.. H«m A.t). ‘SS; Jolin Miohitl So. !.•» •; Young l mn-rsti Club. I). It. Smith u.ic Low Rcl.lick SX John M-trahall StrlHy; Vlff-Pw . Senior Ua CUh; PM Haifa Phl. Richard Dvyioiit Si ttos l-l.n. MAA Low Jaekfoavill AXA S«« ly,-Tn. », Alkktlr OMiirll, '31. 3i. Tonnl«. ‘31. ‘33. 33. '31; I’M Alpha l ella; Alpha I’hl OmMa. Kpgk.nk Wang i.un. Law Jnrknonville A.ioriate K Ilt r Seminole 33; A» o-.late Editor AIIU itor 'Si; Ktort.ln He-vlew; Plorblt Phi yam; John Marahel! Society; Wane re. Raymond I-atanp. Parker llb. Lau Miami ♦AO Mt.itKrr llotlni. ‘31; L’Aiadw; K Club. Mu.TON Roiihinn I.UB. Law St. Pi'toraliuri 3n.l Lieut. O K. C.: Conumm Club; John Mamluil! Society; Leigh Chemical. G :oiu;i: lli snv Salley UJ. Law Winter Park OKN Howard William Sapp l.LB. Law Panama City Secty.-Trea Junior law Claaa; Phi Delta Phi. Martin Skoal UJI. Law Orlando T» John Slamhall Society; You tic l »nt-orrata Club; Interfratemlty Conference. Almkrt Edwin Siiinholmr li_b. Law Nanfort 1 Olee Club. Holmes Shkhwooo Spencer iu Law Palalka KA Colonel Club; John Mnrahall Society; Phi l»ella Phi; Plmlra. Lloyd Ac him Towle l.LB. Law Oaineaville ♦AO Prea. Senior Uw (Tana; Debate Team. 33 Ji nm Fari.ky Warrkn, Jr. m-b. Iaiw A|«lar ie«bi AT A Capt. Adjutant 'JI; f'l-wf Lm4tr ‘3 . Charm n I’kmr Wkst u-b. I A! II' St. 1’rtrnlnuj! Jamks F. Wimiart. Jil UJL. R.M.B.A. Iaiw Tnm{« Young I v mo-rat Club. W11.MHD Wool Ayrks LLI. Iaiw Orlando I’r . IIIup Key. '34; O. I . K. Vlr . I r»»; IYm Tati K«i |ki Alpha; Senior Cine ‘33; l res. Iw-t.ntlnic Council; Vnrullv Track Tivim; Viir-ally l et«alln|{ Tr am; « n|.t. Yurslly I'nnu-i'uutilr)' Team; Junior Orator-l tl Champion; Advertising Mgr. Al-llicalnr; r«n"i Jurt law Finding I'oniMl Awaril; K Club. Arcii 1 r. Huiimiick IIarrin U.I. Iaiw Miami ♦KT K o«ll«r Council ’33; ITnc Athletic Council '33. ‘34; l'r»» Snvli. Cla»« ’SI; Itoxlnic '31. '32, "21; I11tcr111ur.il Itourtl; K Club. T. I'aim; Kki.i.y M.l. Low Tam |«» ATII KiM.tl.ail. '31. ‘31. 2lal ltd Kilt . 'll; l re« lllue Key. '31. '33; Kit.vhua; CVd-oiiel • lul»; John Unnhill SurlRy; l lil Kin Sigma; I'tr.itca; Sal-re . K nub. Hr skat McCi.t »u. U.R. Low lakeland XAK AlllK.it..r. Seminole; Kill Hell | hl. I. A W Him.Hi J. WaYHRIGHT U-B. Lour Jnrksonvilk K2 Colonel Club; John 3larah.ill Society; I'M Al| h Hell . Hknjamin (Ltw mos Wilux M.B. Iaiw Qainry —AK Seminole ‘33. 'll. Khl IwlU I'M. Walt hi (I. Arnold ilr. Law Jarkoonrilk' Honor Cotirt: Chancellor of Honor Court. "33. '34; tllue Key; Phi Alpha Hell . IIknry Tih.hint Ki.ai.k U-B. Iaiw l.akrljin l AS Vlce-Kre Junior lain- c lua . 'Jt. '33; ITe». MMtfur Senior law '3t; Cal-oiiel Club; John M r hnll Society; Kappu K.ipto l »l; I'hl Hell I'hl. John Dixon IIobhn. Jr. M-B. Iaiw Tnni| n A TO Kim hall; 1 1 I.lent.: Colonel a Club; John MnralNtll N«m lety; Khl Alpha Delta. W. Shannon I.issim. U-B. Iaiw Jacksonville Bkn Sciiwaiitz U-B. Iaiw SI. 1’eterslniri; John Marshall Society; t'nUeralty Orchestra. Hum ht ID.kn Sinclair u-b. Iaiw Gainesville OX Phi Delta I'hl. -31-Senior Arnileinir I .IKK a hit «»f Greece Iran-planted in I li« i exx orM i- tin settlement of Greek sponger who have centered llieir actixitics .it Tarpon Spring , the large-! commercial sponge fishery in the I nited State-. There, each January, thousand.- of vi-itor.- witness the Cross Day of the Greek Divers, one of the few traditional religious eerenmnies in the I nited State-. The rchbishop of tin Greek Catholic ehnreli blesses and ca-t a golden cross into the waters. The dixer fortunate enough t« retrieve the cross receives the Idcssing of the ehnreli and pro--peel- of a rich harvest of |H ngcs.s i: i o it A C A II i: M I c Itotirur (i IU»NMl Vice-President (iMllVMI C. I low MX Secretary-Treasurer CUHKNCK ItMNNCIIMIOT President 3 CS E X I O I Jusn'ii l . Adams AM. Arts and Sciences Tampa Vlr -l r«W«M Junior 35: Senior Infantry; Cavalier ; Aarlatant HhIbm Manager Giro Club ')(, lIuoIntM Maiumr ’35. I.y.ltov K. Aijikht «JUL Architecture Miami h lne Aria Society. Dantzui Cboiuib Au.kx b_X.A. Agriculture Tampa me Varalty lloxlng; IVatmun Football, Trark anil Itoxlng; Florida College Farmer 8UII; Agricultural Club; Toreador Club; Thryaua; F Club. Hi x n Kirn Horn Andkjiskn •AaiA Engineering Wr l Palm Hoarh ATA A. 8. C. K.: Benton Ktiglnrerlng 80-fitly; llaorbua; Senior Military. David V. Andkmson MXL Engineering Jarktonvillr Are A. I. K. K Itenton (engineering Society. lUmt.itt T. Andmison BdUkA. Arts and Sciences Gainesville William IIknlkv Anio.iison ■JL Arts and Sciences Winter listen X Alligator ’33. ’31: Senior Military: I'M Fla SUm . Illiic Key; Kxe. uttxe Council. 31. ’35 Pam. It. Akin a.b. Arts and Sciences Jacksonville Farr l.ltemry Society; Order of I‘aim : ICndlo Guild; Intcr-Ko. Iet l»eballn 33. Ill NM l.l. (iliiKU Al.lltlli.il I .s.r. Education 8t Petersburg Florida Player FlUNCIS M. AI.LKN H.K.A. Agriculture Pi net I a Kxcvullve Council »J; AH’lia Zeta; Agricultural ClU . Ai.ihiii Thom Anih.mson IUUI.A. Business Administration HI. Prterstarg (iloHUt: I’. AmuiimiN K.K. Arts and Sciences Stitauda Seminole; Senior Military. Thomas John Andmumix n.A.i- Edneat ton Pierre Kaefullvo Council; Peabody Club. Cun. IIomh Anthony ■JLB.A. Business Administration Weal Palm Itcarli ATU 37» S E X I O IK A € A e m i r Dm.i-iiin Armando Amdirngo aj. Aria and Sclrncrt and l.au Tain( « Koerrtary-Treuaurer Prvahman U» C'ta»«; Vnalli ni; ! • Plraro . I ouir Fiumuck HvW.I K ILK.H.A. II it I nr ms Administration Oainnvillo iv imn»rr Club: Propel lor Club; Y. M. C. A. CaHHOI. W. IIailey IRS. llcn»o» S|irin2 IIAS SlDNKY I.I.K It Ki ll HK.KIIY. Arts anil Sciences Oflamlo m Mortar A Pmtl . Kimiimiij-.y C. lit i.laiip rn.o. Oainnvillr ltlt.ll lll A. ILvhdwria RACMJk Engineering (ialaoivillf IIK Prolininti Trti'k: A. I. Ch. K.; Belt mi Kniilnrorlni; h-- inly; Mil Ktn HI min. Nlcnu Tau: lUmnu Sigma Kpalloa. Waltem Emii. IIaiikir MA Education (inin '»t ill Ktrciilhfr Ovum'll ’ll; Manor Court ’ll; S« nlor Military; IVabmly Club; K»fj.n Ivlin | |; Kd|'|M I'lil KaRu. Kohmu Howard Austin RAC.L Engineering Jacknoniillr Hwltninlnc ’« ; A. 8. C. K.; Benton Knicliievrlnic Society. Am Baiiaimii RAJA. Business Administration Smvnu, Turkov Stanley F. Bailey BJLRJL Business Administration (•ainrovillc Projvllor Club. Niciioian KvilOLPIt IIauiwin IATHT. Arts and Sciences Alnel.ua • «••« » Chemical Society; Mortar A Pwtl . ItOBKRT A. BaLLAHU IJU. Agriculture Miami BOH Senior Military. Bluer; I.. It wiru;i.t A JR. Arts and Sciences IVrriwo AX Tom l.»;s Baiuiow IJUkL Business Administration |)« 8oti (?itv ♦ KT Beta lUmnu Sltiim; Commerce Club; Cavalier ; IVIIa Mltmi PI; Glee Club; I. It. C.; Phi Kla Slitma. Stbrea. 3$s i: i o it a c a ii i: i i c Linsing Wesley Barton MX Agriculture Oxinmilli1 Agrlcullurtl I'luli. Grenville K. Batey. Jr. RJULA. Husiness Ad minis t ration Jatkronvillc zx Senior Al| lw» Ka| | ITil Seminole Bomkrt B. Benson b.a.k. Education Flagler liwli Hfiitor Military; Rami; Kap|ia I’al; IVatKMly Club; Kappn I’M Kappi. DiumN Dewitt Bernhard MMX Engineering AniiUton, Alabama OX HKrttary of Attilette Council ’3 ; S cr lary-Tr n Hirer of Junior Clltf, '33: Football. '31. '33: Krwhnun Football '30; Captain. R O. T. C, Mu Key; Sabrea; Treasurer of F (Tub '31; Intramural Hoxinr Champion '35. I.AWTON WaLTEJI BlANTON ML Education Pmy A I. Ch. K.: Aalr-nomy Club; Ltlik Cliomlral Society; IVnlwly Club. William Frederick Blois. Jr. : a.Aj- Educalion Jarkaonrill OKN Editor of Ktorlila Itedew; Onler of Palma; IVatxxly (Tub; Kappa Fill k«m IIerrkiit IIalky Boltin n.N. Arts and Sciences Gaincavillc IIK A I Araclie. David Mu: Batey LKJU. Itusiness Administration Jackxim illi Itualncaa Manager of K Hook; Semi-lo-le; «'.tpbiln. I! • T C.J UN Kc». IWa ilnrmm Sigma; (Vimnwriif (’tub; Cavalier ; l ol(a Sigma 1 1, Y.M.C.A. Jack Holden Beckwith A. . Arts and Sciences Miami ZAE rrmldoil of Junior Clnaa 1S; Fool-toll. '33. 'SI. '31; IU-k (b»ll. '3 . '3S '3 ; Freatimnn tVoilall, Itaaketball; ' •■(lain. It. O. T. C.; Alpha Kpallon Itelta: lUccliua; llratea; Kabrc ; lltu Key. William B. Bernard Mtl Engineering Miami A. I. K K.; Ilenton Engineering So-doty; Sigma Tau. JosEi'ii K. Blacker BJLAE. Architecture Coral (lalilo Fine Ait» Society; Phi Alpha. Jack Sne i Blocker RJl.IL A. Husiness . t dmini si ration Jnckaonvillc ATA Executive Council; Frobman Tr.ick; Alligator 31; Senior Military . Com mere Club; Cavalier . William T. Bottiloiui RJL Arts and Sciences GaiMSvllk IIKA SiMtM. T. Bozeman, Jr. H.A.R. Education Live f)«k Senior Military; Peabody Club. 39Iaivix Thomas Bkagasm ■JblllY. Arts and Sciences Krv Wet ♦KT Pharmacy AnwirUllon; Mortar A Peat to; !th» Chi. (• ;oiu;i; I). IIhiih.in UULA. tiusiness Administration Wild wood KaeetN.ll; Vanity Itaae-Ih.ii. Ma or. It O. T. C.; Pmpelior Cl «t. (iW)IHiK(i. HllOCKKTT, JlU H.ILA. Agriculture Titoavillc Kwilwll; Senior Military; Agrtcultur-al dub; Kami; Thryaua. Mamhn Euawoktii Known ILX.N.A. Itiulness Administration lakr Worth KS Senior Military; Alpha Kiipl.1 l »l: Varsity Hiwr l ailer ’15; Band; r-rheatra; «ilee n«b; Ktorl-U Club-men. Jamks Homi ki Bryan? U.L Education IVaMrala l.ynum CMinrll; |v.(i..-i Club; Kup-l» Phi Kappa: Student Clirl.tlnn Con nr II; V. M. C. A. NhWTON 11I'l.NON I II I,I. Mll BJC.CII.K. Engineering Ft. Pirn ATA A I. I’ll. K-; I ton too KintlwerlnK So-«lety. Ilacrtiua: ihmiiu Slama Kpal« Ion; l hl Kta Slicnwi. Artiii ii Stanlky lit sskv IAT.K. Engineering West Palm Itoarh rn». Country. 'It; Senior Military; A. S C. K.; Iteiiton Kinlncertn Society; Phi Bta stKiiwi; Sigma Tau. PltlMP J. BHKMAS' K.M.M.B. Engineering Coral (Sable ♦BA Alllmtor, Jl. "Si: Senior Military: A. K. M. K.. Kenton engineering Society. IIanoiji I,. Kiiioges BJL Arts and Sciences Ocala Ahyiicr Wilijam Known A.II. Arts and Sciences Brooklyn, Xctr York Florida Plnyrra. William Palmer Krvan MAA. Easiness Adminislralion Ortan lo l.ynum Council, ’Jl, Prealitont 31; Propeller Club; WRIT Staff. William Thapokix Bryant H.K.A. Agriculture Oaincavilk’ Aitri.ult.ir.il Club. Jkan K. Bv.hh uurx Engineering Ihivloua Beach IIK4 Klialnraa Mun.iger of Alllmtor: Clerk rf Honor Court Summer Seaaton 44; Senior Military; A. S. C. K.. Kenton l.nKlneerlnjt Society; nine Key. NVaLTSH II. IlYMtS K.K. Arts and Sciences Gainravillc Phi Kta Slama. I 0S i: I O II A C A II K 1 I C Donalu W. Camraon R-8-c.r. Engineering Mount lX rn A. S. C. It,: Henton Kndamlni H. -clety. Calvkrt Wa tints Cannon h.kj.i. Engineering (Hiaeerille ♦AO Senior Military. Kobe RAiutrrr Caiixon B.8. Arlt and Sciences Miami Hearli Hand; K i|i|m Kappa I'll; lyoa 1‘lcarua; l nlirmliy Ori-hmlni. William S. Chamhi ms B.AJ. Arts and Sciences Jaektoavillc Hoard Of Student I'uMli iilonn; Mnn-nicer of Track ‘1 : Alllmitur: Florida Review: Senior Military; Oavallere; Kappa rill Kappa; Alpha l hl Ome«n Thomas KiraRNK Ciiapi m.l BJk.K. Education Jacksonville OKX Florida Review: !-■ Ilmro . Samckl Jack Ciiilk H.K.B.A. aiu -Rustness Administration Kermaota Max S. Clblaxh BlMXH.K. Engineering l ntorf S4K Krenhman Track: A. I. h K.: Hen-loo Kn«lneertn« Society. (ilXMtai: Wit.un Campiikll II.8.M.K. Engineering Miami ATA A S M K: Henton K»Kln erlajr s ». ciely; SaNren; Kicshman Tennle. I.iniikn K. Cannon, Jr. M. R.A. Easiness Administration Tallnhannee SAB Senior Military: Propeller Clot.. STANMtNIi: CaWTHON uu. Arts and Sciences TalUhaMMv ITeeMnu Krcnhiiwui «‘la«« ‘S3; Seminole: Slictna I v ita Oil. ClIAIII.KS S. ClIAPM SN B.K.B-A. Jacksonville ex Wii.uavi Waiu» Cham;. Jb. AJL Arts and Sciences laikelaod IIK A Footlall. •«. ’ll, Captain ’ll: Swim-mini; ‘SI, 31. ‘Si; Advance.! Military . Itacchue; I’lral'o; Satiren; K |«l». A. S. Ciiiplky SANA. Engineering Ft. Myeie 3»d i.tent. it. o. r. a. s. m k.: Henton Knjtlneerlna So. Uty; Slum Tati. Aim it ii C. Coiim M.K.H.A. liminets Administration Ocala SAB lUccliun; l.‘A| acNe: I'ropellur Club. -41-S i: I O II A A II E M I C John I'ONimoRs Cochran Jr. bjula. Business Administration Weal I'aim IfcrtxS KS Alpha Kappa l al. I‘rea| 5ent ’J ; Haohua; iVrfimwM Club; While KrUr . Sinsi.v Xaviiji Onu s MJi.ru lid neat ion Jacksonville ♦BA Ki hm A lt »cUall '12: Vanity uiii ’si. a«; y ci«t. Ciokgi: Alonso Collins me. Education iVrry IValaxly ClUtt. iCoui nr Hklungkm Conixis U.M.E.K Engineering IIoIKvomm! AX A. I. K. K,; Hand; Kap|«a Kappa l al; I’nlv.'rally llrihnin; Track; Itoilng; Captain. II. O. T. O. Cl-HALD (iKOIIOC Coos BY M.A. Architecture and Allied Arts Vinl« r 11 torn X4 Fine Aria 8ocMyi Xabrea. IUl.1'11 II. Cox RJI..V. Agriculture Ha i for.1 Captain, It. O. T. C. William (iixinv (Crawford LX.IL Architecture and Allied Arts I.ake Alfred Fine Aria Society. (Unoyl . Alovs Mohhii.i. O ov .u. Arts and Sciences Italtaon Park !♦ Alligator; Florida Kevlewr; Fourth K«tate Club; Slicnia Itelta Chi; l raa-l tartan Student Seaalon. ClIARLKS II. COLUKO. Jr. UXHX Engineering Kvcrgtailea ha: A. I. Ch. K.; Itenton Knirlneerlng So-claty; Gamma Siam Kpailon; l-el h Chemical .Wl.iy; | hl Kta Sigma; Sigma Tau; K.»pp» Phi Kappa Dale Swift Cons ■JL Arts and Sciences White Spring OX Swimming ‘|(, 'O; Alpha Kpallon Delta; Itacchua; F Cluh. W. Rayford Con wav B.X.H.A. Business Administration Palatka HK4 Kvecuilte Council 'JS; Commerce Cluh; Delta Sigma 1 1; I'ropellor Cluh. J. Arsky Cox H.KJLA. Business A dministration Miami IIK+ Manager of Vanity FootUall ’U; Itacchua; 1'ropellor Cluh; White Frl-ara; F Cluh; Interfratemlly Conference. Sam Gillman Cox B.H.BJL Business Administration Milton IIK4 DelU 8lgm» 1 1. CllARLKX WllFATI.KY CvitRY H.K.N.A. Business Administration Tampa ♦AO Itanil. Otee Club; Y. M. C. A. 42i: x i o it s a c a n e m i i Ernest I . Davis, Jr. B.A.H-1. Easiness Administration Pcrnandina KA IU M'H Waldo Davis AA Arts and Sciences Dade City Farr LlUnirr 8ocl«ljr; Gator Pep Club; Cnlvrralty Radio OulM. Fiiank S. Demini; B.K. Arts and Sciences Oloveraville, Now York X Kva J. Dixon n.».r. Education Kvintton Joseph Vance Duncan BJLAE. Architecture Bummer Hold Itualneaa Mnra tr Seminole 'Xi; Kv-evullve Council 'Si; Xml I.lent.. R. O. T. C.; Illitc Key; Cavallera; Klne Aria Society; Gariroyl . J vmk Ernest Howards ■la. Arts and Sciences Miami son Florida Player ; Order of l alma; Phi IMU Kpallon; KalXW. John Dixon Kvans K.K. Arts and Sciences J r knoii villi Herman (i. Davis BULK. Education Perry ♦KT Xnd l.leui. R. O. T. O.; Ivtulr club; IVat od Club. Wiluam Clyde Davis IAA.II. A. Unslnest Administration Orlando Alpha K.ipim Pal, Ptveldeiil 'll. (■ASTON I All is DlCKILNS H.8XII.E. Engineering WVuahitekka lai l.icut . R. O. T. C.; A. I. Cb. K .; Itenlon KnrlmrrliiK Society; ('aval-lera; Youbr IhonorratH Club. Hiiwaiui James Dooskin N.K. .lr » and Sciences (laiwBvilte Rand; Ulih Chemical Society; Slum India; Cuarnupolltnn Ouk; Gamma Hlrnu K| «lion; Phi Kappa Phi. James Wyman Eaton H.K.A. Architecture and Allied Arts Miami ♦ri Florida Review; Gargoyle. itoNi’Jtr I.kster Knuumi raj. Arts and Sciences Went Palm llmch William Edward Everett a.ii. Arts and Sciences Jackwmvillo OX IMcrhua; Plcoros; Inierfraler-■illy iSooferenre. ■I AS i; I O IK A i A » E 1 I € Amnolo Ci.ii i oiih Eavkmt RASA Engineering l aylona lUtioli Honor Court 31; Chairman A.I.K.K.; llentou KnitlneerifiK S m l«t ; Slgm.i Tau. I'liiM.ir Smith Fmulk M.A. Agriculture Uke City Al la Z»U; A«rl. ullural Club; Tor-radar Club; Y. it. C. A. Santo 1. Fiomiyo Hus iness A d mi nisi ration Tnni|a» Join. Fl.KKT BJC Arts ami Sciences Idvr Oak TK4 SrmliHilr; All'lm Kpallon l H ta: Kiirr l.lt r»r Cammt NlRtna Kp- ■ llwn. lm«r IVp Clul . I.Heh Oii in lial So Wy; l hi Ku Xlmw; Inlver-ally ui. tiMiM, Mai hick Kurraim IUX Education (Hinvliiilrv Florida Review: AdvaiaeeU Military; Kappa I iu Kappa. William Husky Forsyth n.K.r.r. Engineering Florida City STS IViililiiiin ILi. Y.1I..1II 'll; Vnralty lUnkrllull 'll; A. I. i: K,; I teuton Ktirlnwilnr Xm'lflr; Mliinui Tuu; ►' nub. I'll in l . Foster BJUL Education ilimi Intramural Hoard. Wooopix Charles i: ahi K.A.K.. LJ. Education Winter Garden X4 Davk M. Fkk R.M.BJL Business Administration F’ort Pierre 24B Freal.ient Junior Interfmlernlty Con-ferenre. Pr «M nl Interfraternlty Cunferenre '31; Jnd l.lout., U. O. T. ; I Hue Key; llaeehua; I’roixdlor 1ub; I’realdrnt AYliKe Frlara '31. Arthur J. Fisc 11 rr K.N. Arts and Sciences IMuliuri:li, IVruwjIviinia XX Alpha K| »ilon Hella; Itacebua. Ghikok Henry Flrtchkm h.x.piiy. Arts and Sciences Hartow M-.rtar Se V tlr. Mani'i 1. Frisco Fojaco H.K. Arts and Sciences Tam|« M'-rtar Itho Chi. Filink Murray Foster H.,t J, Arts and Sciences Miami KS Man.itcln Kdltor Alligator, '34; Aa-•oetal Editor Seminole. ‘It, 34; While Friar ; Floridian- . Winston Ciiikton Fowler M. Arts and Sciences Tani| a • 44 •S E N I O It A C A II E M I € Bvm C. I'llVI31. J»l. Huai nets Administration OtlnnTillt Ml Bata i III ill liui KlKUia. MiinuKor Vunli) lla.krllutll 2C. ran MSl M mm l.l. ClIANUB I'l'TCII ' H.ICA. Agriculture Starke 1 Lieut.. It. O. T. C.; Alpha Zj la; Agricultural Club; T r»a.1..r Club; Fill Slit mu Fiiank J. (Iaoo IJLLK. Engineering liavniia, Cul« A. 1. K. K.: Itrntun Knclnrrrlni; Ho. clfiy; K. K. H. (lMv HlCIIAHD O. (lALR BJS Arts find Sciences j Tampa 1 01—- - , — Ill'III HI- I . (iAIUINMI IOi.fll.IC. Engineering Quite}' K». relary-Trmnur r Junior Claa 'll: Vlifl’rollrlil H nlor Claa 'J1; A. 1. Ch. K; lien I on KnKlncrrlnx Society: C»wll»r»; lUinma KIkiili Kp.llon; l. iKh CluinlNl XaHlrtv: Fhl Kta HIkiim: HlKimt Tau; Fhl K.ihm fw (ill lll.I n J. CiANTT ■.ML Education Hanfonl A«tr»nomy Club: Florida FUyera; K»|i|a lirllji 1 1. Thomas Nii:iious Gavtikii k.8. Arts and Sciences Miami QlM Club; Fhl KU Siicm-t: Fill Ka|.j« Fhl. ALLKN It. (•Illiil H H.H. Arts and Sciences Qmr Con S| nii£ i Major. It. O. T. C. ItnHKIlT MaHIOS (iKIOKII ».n.r. Education Lukr IUatler FmlK.lv Club. IImuiI.ii WllAON (ill.I.IN It. . Arts and Sciences ivKuniak S| rini;« BUS l (ilTTINOS BjeA. Agriculture Brooksvlll Ksocutlve Council 'U: Florida Col-Im Farmer: Alalia J ia: Aurlxil-(uml Club; TurwJur Club. a . Jk li ilACk .i • u Wll.I.IAM Avi Cl ASS IUCK.K. Engineering Vlinmi K2 1 Seminole; Senior Military; While Friar . Sam PaulGoftiik N.K-M.K. Engineering Jacksonville lion A. H. M. K.: Kenton KnulnwrlnK Ho. rlrty; F. K. F. Club; K«-rr«rit : Inter-fraternity Oonlrwix . " : (ioHIMiN S. GhaIIAM B.K.H.A. Easiness Administration HI. IVtomliurg ♦AO Frop+llor Club • 45 • SEX I O It A C A D E M I C Phil 1.. Graham a.b. Arts mid Sciences Miami SAB |irt..iu- Club; Pirate ; Intramural BmH. J JB I jr -I wfv f j I J ■ W Victor Charles Grandoff ra.l Education Jark—arillo Ka| |ia lulu PI; I om Plraroa; 1' -Lotly Club; Le Carole Francala; Kappa Pbl Kap|« . - 1 John A. (iaiNom IEK.A. Agriculture Moatlcello S4B Manager Kmhmu K»» b»ll 1S; Waul.. H O. T. C.: Alpha Beta; Thry-MM. tk s Wi May Birrill Craves RJLJ. Arts and Sciences CaincsTillo Xtt Fourth KaUIr Club Mac (i. Grigsry (Uivix C. Giiixni: B.K.MJC. Enyineertng J»rkx kvilla A. 8. M K . 1 teuton Engineering So. i l«ty; Si it nia Ti»u, a.r Art and Science Orlando AS Editor F Book J«; Memlier Board of Student Publication ‘IS; Secretary-Tremturer of Sophomore Claaa 'JJ; Alligator. Florida Review; Seminole: Sigma l elta Chi; Inlerfraternlty Conference; Blue Key. Curtis Andrew Haggard B.K. Arts mill Science Miami IIKA Thomas Evans 11ailk n. s. Arts and Science OaiamvUU SAB Cl.KM (tARRIXON IIaILKY BALI. limine Administration 8anwU IIK4 :»l 1 »!•••» .. II o. T. C.; I'niH lIor Club. III Mil Mil IIaimowitz B.N.B.A. 11 a sines Administration Jacksonville Leigh t lveliil 'al Society; Propeller Club; Kappa Phi Kappa. Hon to: II. IIamlis R.H.AK. . Architecture ClnmUY I.»: MtiY.Ni: Hall B.S.B.A. Iltitinest Administration Tamp ♦AO Jamks l . Harmon tijt.B.A. limine Administration Bartow x Senior Military; Pro|«ellor Club. s- 4. . J . |V i oA i 11 1.. W. IIahrixi. ■ANT. Art and Science Lcwaburg II KB Senior Military; llacchua; l.'Apache; Mortar a Peatle. Hho Chi. - 4G - c S E X I O IK A C A l E 1 I Wilms W. H Minis B.S. Arts and Self nett Bee Ridge Kidutlv Council 'IS; I'rt'linin IU»eb tl JJ; Senior Military; Alpha Kpa lion Delta; Cavalier ; R. O. T. C. Rifle Team; Alpha Phi Omen. John Alan 11 kt AA Arts and Sett nets Miami Thomas Jki m ilson IIayoon AJ. Arlt and Self nett Clearwater nKA Hyson Howards Hi 111.0NU B.8.A. Aj r(culture Leeaburg DK4 Manager Vanity Haaketball; Froah-man Football. Itaaketball; Hlue Key; Bacehua; Sabre ; Thryaua; White Friar a; Prea. of F Club. 3«; Theta Ribbon Society; Captain. R. O. T. C.; Interfraternity Conference ’ll, '33. '!«. 11; Chairman Cap and Gown Committee; Military Rail Committee; Prea Idem Athletic Council. Hknky Iaii is Hill a.a. Artt and Seiences Tallakawee ZZ Captain. It. O. T. C.: Plrateo; Sabre . Cleveland H. Hchinb, Jr. BACJL Engineering (lainraville Senior Military. A. S. C. K.; B. K. S.: sum Tau. I'AIL Kow.MUi llKLUWELL AJ. Arlt and Scitnets Tampa X4- Ailvaivred Military; Order of Palma. Al.Hl nr J Mtti lllCKLAND K.A.r. Education Miami Reach X Foot t 11 '33. 'll. 'll; Freahman Football. lUakettuii. Raacball. F Club. Mount r Mu win IIoau It.A.J. Art and Sciences JackaonviBe ♦AO K lltor of Alllcator "31; Seminole; Freahman Tennla. Captain. It O. T. C; Rue Key; Snbrea; Slama l elta Chi; Phi Kta Slanai. r.mmiR N. IIowk LUX Engineering Richmond. Virginia 1IK0 Prea man Track; Vanity Track ‘I . •3S. 3 ; Senior Military; Renlon Kn. Klneerina Society; Hand; I. K. S.; In-triimur.il Hoard; F Club. (illUVIiK C. Ho VIH.L B.8.A. Agriculture GaiaeaviUe Seciy.-Treaa. Senior CUaa; Florida College Farmer; Ag Club; Toreador Club; Y. M. C. A. Pkarsos H. Hussey ■j.u.n. Education Wen Palm Deack Freahman Track. Jamkn Hi:iin tun Hunt B.A.K. Education l»aile City Kapju Phi Knp| l. Tiiuxton Ijwhkncr Jackson M.M. Arts and Sciences Miami IIK A Tennla; Freahman Tamil 'S3; Hand; t’nlveralty Orehealra. 47 -s i; i i c Hohkki J. Jaiin H.X. Arts and Scictiers Winter ll»»fn K riiiiu.l ’Si. '31. '36: Senior Military Alpha Kpullun Ik-I(»; Olw flub; l.»l h fhrmlral .Wlrly. Cm: 11, lit iiki iit Joiinston Education Kiillkran' Ka|.|M Im-IIa PI. II. Siimwmi) Jones iuui.a. Easiness Administration Ja k«onvilU ll»tlni(; IUikI: (!!♦♦ riub; Propellor flub; IU.Ho tull l; Mill Theater. WllJ.IAM HOWARD K MM I'.. Jit. H.A.K. Education Fort Mjen K M» l lil Ki |i| i. Ill m lit I‘as Kii.i.iy 1C.A. Architecture and Allied Arts (iniixvvillr IImuii.o l . Kinsey HJULA. Itmincss Administration Fort 1‘k‘trr Vlo Pr»«Wlen| of Alhlfllo foiirxil "SI; lU l.tll '33. '31. ItoikdMI: Fr.-»I|-nuin Foollxdl. ILiaeUall; Itlue Key; W'KIIr Friar . 1.1.m ii J. Kuir, Jr. IAU. Engineering JaekMinvilk i«i Unit. II. o. T. C.: A. I. K. K.: I teuton Knidneerlnt: Society; t.lce Club; H«s rMiir of Hlmm Tam. Malcolm li. Johnson A.R- Arls and Sciences Jncknonvillr ♦KT J»-nm: Dallas Jonhs Education Fort Myers Athletic Council ‘31; Fooil.all 33. ’31. ‘34; Track; FreMiman Football; H fn Inole; F flub; Intramural Fall I or. Wiutui II. Jones ixm. Arts and Sciences Stuart Kwutlvr Council ‘31: Glee Club; Mortar Sc IVMle; It ho Chi. 1‘oitiiEST M. Kelley. Jr. K.X.AK. Architecture Osionvillc Sit-1 l ut, II. O. T. C.; Fin Art S »ely; Oanroylc; (Zamora flub. Wilson Maiu-ih Kendrick ULA. Agriculture Noma AFP FlorM-i I'ullfiif Farmer; Adnncol Military; AKrteullur.il flub; Toreador Club. Allison Clay Kixtleii H.K.K.A. Easiness Administration St. I’rtroliuru UnnuBoh' Club. James E. Knioiit B.K.M.K. Engincering I-akc Itutler A. S. M. K.: Itrnton Knilnrrrlni So r in . Sltnu Tau. ISs E I O II A C A II E 1 I c Victor Tiiomak Konopka A. . Arls and Sciences Paterson, New Jewry Olre Club; b.i I’lcarna; l hl KU Sigma; | hl Kappa Phi; Freshman Track ai. (•Mill KI» I I . Kltl imi AX .lr and Sciences Tampa U«ut.. K. O. T. c.: Debate Club; Young Hfinofiaik Club. PATTMutos Hidom: Und B.A.K. Education Miami Kmhnun Wrestling ‘XX; Varsity Wrestling 'XI; Im Meul.. H. O. T. Kappa I Vila II; Peabody Club; I'M Rta Slgnvi; Kapjt I’M Kappa. Itil Kappa Phi. I to la mi Otis Luiivm a.a. Arts and Sciences OaiiMwvilU University Orchestra. Bkkjamik ClIKKYKR I.I1WIS ■JUJU Easiness Administration Tallahassee A TO Advanced Military: I vita Sigma PI; l hl Kta Sigma; Pintles. Tiikooork IIaiuiinon Ijxdmcy MJUU Unsine s Administration fl«m ♦KT Freshman Doling; I'ropellor Clu» . Howard Van I.iin I.ipncomh BJt. Arts ami Sciences I’murub ItoRiarr S. Kramkr IXC.C Engineering IxvatiurK AS Adnnrel Military : A. S. C. K.; lien-ton Ktiglncrring Society. Kui: ». Kltl SUM AN. Jit. !t-H.!t.A. Easiness Administration MU to President Freshman l_ii» i’Um J«; Coin me r.-r Club; IViiate Club; John Marshall Society; Cheer lender ’It. •M; Intramural Board; I.leut. It. O. T. C.; Young Democratic Club. Sopho-more Class Kxeiullve Council. Ahtiicr Umm BLH.P1IY. Arts and Sciences Tani| a American Pharmacy Association: lo-lgh Chemical Society; MoH.it I’cstle; Y. M. O. A.; Florida llarm.u Association. David A. I.him: U.AX. Architecture Daytoaa llraeh Fine Arts Society; Uargoyle; Alpha Plil Omega. John Ghady I.i: vis IXA. Agriculture Wmahitehka 2nd l.leot . »t, O. T. « .; Agricultural Club; Ix-lgh Chemical Society; Toreador Club. Is lKL I.IM.TSKY u. .Ir .i and Sciences Miami llt liroN LtMAIt Iam:KMN B-l.E. Education Miltoa Honor Court ’IS; Senior Officer It. O. T C.; |v.iIh.i Club; Kappa I'M Kappa; Santa Kona Club. 19S K N I O It A € A I) E M I € 111 Kit I s C Ijino Education High K|irin£ lli'faii Donald I»ucks ■Alin. Education Tua | KrrKhin.ih Trim Ik 'JX; Va rally Trnnl. •a . 'Xi. •«; Xml Mewl., It. O. T. C ; |v.i!mmI Club. I (out It | JONKTII l.tai H.A.E. Education Miami K |'|» IVIU H; I’MMy Club. IIOSM W. U'NDY II.H.A. Agriculture Milton AI P iTNliltnl It. H. t ; Prwlilrnl Inter fratrrnity ’ll: Klnrll College Kkirmrr; Al|du Zcta: Agrbul I tin I Club; I’lil KIriiu; Student Itr. IIkIukim Council. Riiian K. McC.aiity H.K.B-A, Easiness Administration Hurt Fierce -♦K KreiliiMi Football. Track: Major. It «». T. .. lUiohtJ : l r»«Wrnt ’X . tiler Club; l r©|H llar Club; Kat rv»: Si U»na IVI In IVI; White Friar . Frank Davis McDavitt A.II. Arts and Sciences 1‘iucllua Fork ClIAHMA Ainiis McfililN ULK. Education New Say run Florida I'Uyrn; K«pi i Pbl Kn| [ . John Hiri's Ixiri , Jn. AJi Arts and Sciences Orlmxlt) 2ml I.trot.. It. O. T. C. Jack K. Loyb It JLB.A. Easiness Administration Del my I teach :«k lu.Yrtt.ill ‘]2; Frc hm.»n Basketball. Track; Baochu . I.EON Rodney I.uckenbacii AJ. Arts and Sciences St. PctcmlKirg IIIlincnr Leslie McAnlv ULHIt. Education Arcadia AX Football '22. aX. 'XI; Freshman Foot-Ball 'SI. Cboiwk Chandler McCal’oiian AJ. Arts and Sciences Miami Honor Court: Builnoi Manager Florida It view; Senior Military; Florida Flayer . Order of Faina . Cabll Rim MacDowbll AJ. Arts and Sciences MclUiumc ♦KT 2nd l.leut,. It. O. T. C. Maxwell Rkhtki.i.k McKeown LAX Education River Junction AX A Manager Fre»hman Burtall. 50S E X I O It A c A l» E 1 1 c Avion Kosox McLean RJUL.V. Easiness .1 drninislration Taapa KA Alllcalor 'll; 2n l Lieut.. U. O. T. C.; Hand; llaiTtiua; Commerce Club; L'Apache Isaac Hampton McNp.iix.Jr. Business Administration OniMville Senior Military; rropelior Club. IIkNHV WI LB I II MaIIRT lATIIT. Arts and Sciences Orlando Mortar St IVMle. Bkrxaiui Marks h.k.a. Agriculture Jarkvon villc ♦HA Agricultural Club; Fill Eli Sigma. (lllAHI.KN Woonm nx MaTIIKNY MXHX Engineering Haraaota A Til Kiamllrt OmimII '11: Kruhnun Football 'll; Vanity Football M«|«r. It. O. T. C.; A. ». C. K ; Cavaliers; Sabrca: SlKina Tau. Lewis Samuel Maxwell iju. Agriculture KuatU Freahm.ui Tennla; Alpha »tu; I'M Klsma. I'ltKH AllCIIIE Meaty ARD H.HS.A. Business Administration and I Atm Vn»l»inj;ti n, I). C. ROII Vkr-l’falJrnl Freahman la»w I’laai; Swimming '1 . 'll. Captain '! : Colonel ; Holla SKnu II; F Club; Intramural Hoard. K. W. McMullen. Jr. AJk Arts and Sciences Clearwater Seminole 'll; |t nd; Purr Literary Society. Thomas Henry McIUmkii: B-H.A. Agriculture Jarkaonville AIT Thryaua; Inlerfraternlty Conference. ('. iii.i ii F. Manx rjcc.k. Engineering KuMi» A. S. C. K.; Hen ton Engineering Society. Howix Aijaamu ii Martin MOL Architecture (ininravillc Honor Court '15; line Art Society; Cargoyle. Alklindmi Mai i.tsmy n..t.r. Education Otiwnllle :♦»: Manager Freahuvin Haakrtball; Lieut. 1C. O. T. t : Intramural IUor.1. Manager Iniramurnl tlolf "16. Lyman McCullochii Mkaiies a. a. Arts and Sciences Tnm|o Hoiiert (III i.Mints Mi I K M.r. Education HI. IVteralairi; - .»! -s i: i i o it a a ii i: i t' WlUJAM (i» RU : Mkikr II.M.NIV. Arts and Sciences Miami Mortar aryl Peatlo; Kho Chi. Walter J. Mimh.kkmi» ixuru Education JaekaotiAillt OX S«-re!»ry-Tr.-«»iirrr Athletic Council 'Si; Kiy.tltall ‘31. 31. » : Track ‘33: Krf»hnun TmrR; lai Lieut.. B. O. T. C.; Blue Key; liacehua; Sabrea; White Frlam, IIinijit H. Milton R.KJLA. Easiness Administration Croat |»roof :x Senior Mllllnry; Al| ba Ki|tu l »l: Ounmrrr Club; (executive Council ‘33; I'lrntea; Inlerfraternlty Confer- «n ». Jack Km tit a»n Mitciikli. N.H.M.C. Engineering South Miami AXA A. S. M. K; SIsiim Tali; Inlcrfru-trrnlty Conference William Frank Montoomkry iaiut. Arts and Sciences Oniuravillc Mortar IVutlc. I'wwi ls It. MoilCAN H.R. Arts and Sciences Miami ♦AO Freshman Track. J. IIknmy Moss R.SJUL Easiness Administration (I remarry City Alligator. Commerce Club; tutor IV| Club; I. It. C.; I'rv | cll»r Club. John Ellis Micklui RJM.E. Engineering Tnrn[ii lat Meat.. It. O. T. C. Hti.i'ii Kim; Milky M.ntr. Arts and Sciences Tutp« l r»«l«lrnl Mortar A- l eatle 34. William Tait Minsiii.w ila.c. Education I.tike Itutlcr larabo ly Club; Y. M. C. A. John ArnouiMitciikll ■JLPIIY. Arts and Sciences Mulberry Jlorur A I'rat I . Jack Miami: R.x.l’ll Y. Arts and Sciences Ukr City OX Mortar St IVatle. IlniMiitT John Morrison H.K.C.E. Engineering Miami IIAS A. X. C, K.; Itenton Knalneerlnc Society. (rOlUKlN II. Movilt, Jll. H.KJB.A. Easiness .1 dminislralion Miami Vlce-l re» blent Student llody: Seminole; Hlue Key; Commerce Club; I. It. C.; Manager Swimming Team; Secretary Florida State Student Government Aaaoariatlon.s i; i o it a r a i» i; 3i i r Jonn M. Mmz Engineering Dctaiid Major. K. O. T. c.: A. H. C. K.; It ... loo Knittneerlnic Society; Sabre ; Sirov Tarn: NVwnun Club. Frank Kahal Myrkn B.K. Arts and Sciences (•ainenvillc Lyceum Council ’ll; «.! «• Club llu . Mur. •li. •«. (Iarl A. Nicholmix B.K. Arts and Sciences Jackwinv-illr ♦KT Koukki Travis Osborni: R.A.L Education West l alm Reach PMbody Club. ClIARI.KS I.. PaI.MCH BJUTIIV. Arts and Sciences Lou leneevillc, Virjjiaia IIK+ Mortar A Real I . John F. Fartriouk tf.K.R. A. Easiness Administration Cmmil City Cinlltn; «!«• Club; |. R. C. Jack I'krumv IACII.K. Engineering Jacksonville A. A A. I. CB. K.: IUn-1, Hoiiurr II. Mi iirav R.A.K. Education Poimv ilc la'.n IVabody Club; It S I’.; K | |u iwiu n. Vichir Flutwooo Nt.nus R.K-A. Agriculture Palmetto ATU Honor Court Alpha Z ta: Asrl-• ultural Club; Cavalier ; Sabn-a; Sen-lor Military; Thrv.u . CiKOIMHt ju:i:L Ncxcm BJb Arts and Sciences SI. Ad||iHli«r Seminole; Alligator: Florida Review; Cavalier ; V. M C. A. Thom Cmii.ion (VSti i:x AJ. Arts ami Sciences Alnckuii II. II. Parrish Easiness Administration (iniiteavilli ♦AH lUivhiu; While Friar . OllARl.ES It. PATTKRSOX o.s.r.r. Engineering I VKuniak Spring c.i| talu. It o. T. C.; A. R. C. K; Renton KriKinverlnit Society; llan.l; in l Kin sirm»; Itil Kappa l hl; Sabre ; siitmn Tau; Kniilneerlnit Council. Jack William l’»nvan II.R. Arts and Sciences llania 5 3s i: i o Kiunk Hi shy Pbymvd RJL Arts and Science Meibom ri»f BOII Al| fu Kj-allon I Mia. ClUM£S It. I'ICKMI IACII.K. Engineering Clrarwater A. I. Oh. K.; Ifentu«i KnKlbrerltuc Society. John Omh-iii Fink mods AJ. Art and Science Hotrcy A TO lioxlnic «: Alligator; Lieut.. I(. O. T. Ibicrhua; Habroa. I). S. I'rovinuso M. Arl and Science Tampa 21 «'h»i»kiil Society; picaroa. RdWAHIi II. ItAl'Cll Bus. Arl and Science Minmi MorUr I Vail ; Itho Oil. Wii.ua i Fhh»i;hi k IUiihm m II.A.J, Arl and Science OI«-nn»ator IIK A Krvaliiiuin Track: Alllirntor ’SI. '32; Fourth K«talr «1ul». Wll.UAM I.. ItlCIIAlUiK URA. Business Administration Winter l’ark ♦KT While Krlara. James E. Phillips Hnsines Administration 8t. Petcraburj; ♦AO I.. Ai mim Pilkci: M-H.CII.lt. Engineering Sebring X« Hand; t'nlveralty Orctieatra Thomas (». Piiick. Jit. MJLA. Hnsines Administration Ft. Mycr OX Manager Varalty Track ’SI; Seminole; Lieut. II. O. T. C.: Uacchua; Com-mere Oluh; I’ropellor Club; Inter-fraternity Conference. Alpha Kappa Pal. Wallace J. Pciickll ■RfllT. Arts and Science Cocos Hho ctil. lloWARII STLKI.r. lU.IKMl LIRA. Hnsines Administration Miami 2AK I’ropellor Club. CUMKXCK B»3IN'AHD ItRINSCIIMIDT MXfLL Engineering INiweah of Senior I'tox ‘3 : Lieut.. It • . T. C.; A I. Oh. K . Blur Key; |’r« •lilrnt Itenton Knglneerlnir So-rlely; Hand Manager; Cavnllera; I"re lileni of Kappa Kappa Pal 'll; Vlre-Pre»l«1ent of Sigma Tan. ItoiiKRi Howard Rickktt M.M.A. Hnsines Administration Jarkaoiirillc ♦AO Kxecutive Council ’ll; Preahman Football. H. ketUiil: Football 'S4. ‘II; lUakelball 'll, ’SS. ’SC; While Krl-• r«; K Club; Prealdent Freahman Claaa. 54S E I E M I C O It A « A II II AROLII ('URK IliKKK A.H. Arts and Sciences 81. Prli’mliorj: BOH Alligator: Florida IMayera; Gl « Club; Order of ISilnm. ItOHKHT RoHIIINS B.X Arts amI Sciences Gnineuville TK Marion ( ilvmhus Hociik uu Agriculture Vernon Alpha ' a-la; Agrli-uHural nub. Thom as A. I ton us r .piiY. Arts and Sciences llariing Mortar A IVatle. I) VII» Hotiistkin MJJL Hu si ness Administration Jacksonville ♦HA Joi: Sailu MJLA. Hutinett Administration Jacksonville ♦HA Kenlor Military. Herman Sai.txman AA Arts and Sciences and Imiu Jacksonville James Jackson Himes a. . Arts and Sciences 81. lVlcolHirg Alllcator Ml. Charles II. Hoiiinson B.tUIPU Education Gai nearille William S. Koik.mis MJLL Husiness Administration and I MU' Tani| a Corn mo re nub; John Marnhall Hoclcly; V. M. C. A. Vi iinon Walter Uom.i iu B.K.M.A. Husiness Administration Miami AS (He Club. John Simpson lto .n:n D.K. Arts and Sciences Milton Glee Club. JoK. I'tlll.l.ll Sm lit B.H.B.A. Husiness Administration Jarkaonville ♦HA Intramural Secretary: I laiux»«iil Hall Mu iM(«r. (iAYMHUl StaNI.LV SaVI.LS B-X Arts and Sciences Weat Palm Beach - 55 -S i: I O II A € A II E 1 I c I ayton K. Si;n»:n »: MJ4. Huai nr Administration Miiai 2X « » Country 'll; Track ' 4; Hre h-■nan Track. Ueut . II O. T. II-nln; Kai re ; H Club. Ill BURT IIaBLScill'CHT MJU. Easiness A dm ini si rat Ion 8 r»M U AT1I Kicmllr i'xubcII 'll; H«'r ury-Tmtuurer KMi-nl IVxty: Football •Jl. Track ’ll. -XS. '1C; Colonel. II. i. T. Itlue Key; Commerce Club; ‘as allcr , I’rope I lor Club; Salir »; H Club. Johnny V. Siaa- BJCIII’U Ed neat ion Oral IIK4- IUarlu.ll 'XI; Hre.hman lUsel-oll. John Franklin Si mmi ns A-It. Aria mill Science Hi. IVt« r»liunj IN Ail van- c«| Military; l Aiaclie William Alias Sli mi RJJ.A. Agriculture Taill|KI IIM- Thr »«». Jam is Swnnr Siiaw H.H.K. A. HiikInc» AdininhlraUoii ( ii liter Omllm. Ari iii ii Cii.AHs ms i Sum si:. Jii. RJk.K. Education K •oiUill -JJ. "Jl; Ib.vltitr 'J3; Hreeli-ntnn IUnetM.il ‘JJ. Mohbis Sliinmiikh RAI'lir. Aria nnd Sciences 1'li.nl Cltr ♦HA Anirrl an I'liarmary Association, l -lltli Clirmlotl Society; Mortar A I Valle. John Mabccs Scott, Jh. MLU. Engineering Gainesville KS Hrr liman Track; I .leu I.. I! O. T. C.; A. I. K. K-; Kenton Kfuctnerrlfi Society; Il.iml; Sabres; White HrUts; Interfritcriilt) Conference. 1 1111.11' Nathan Ski.kmi A.B. Arts mill Sciences Jacksonville TF Alllcator: Seminole; Itebatr Club; Harr l.lterary Society; KlorUla Flay-ers; John Marshall KoHety; | lil Kta Slicnut; Intramural lloanl. John Dim on Sktxik R.M.A. Agriculture Tnmja A It'll.i eta; Aarli ullunil Huh; Cavalier ; I. It. C.; I'hl Hlienia; Sigma Heltn l »l; Hore.tr Club. Kbnlnt (i. SlIAItllKN AM. Arls mnl Sciences Miami I.OIIAN I.. Slllll.IV BLA.E. Education Pilndlo Kappu l »tl Kat | a. William IIi nrv Simmons H.K.A.K. Education A teller •nil l.leul.. I! rt. T c.; Alpha Zeta; Agricultural Club. - $6 -S E 1 O IK A « A l i: M I c Kiiick W. Skinnui Engineering Du nisi in A Tit Hacrliu ; I'irutra; SUwu Tail. Jamus |», Smith BJCH..L Easiness .1 dminlstralion Octavii's Ciiari.kh Smith UU'II.K. Engineering T«ni|m A. I. Ch, K.: Itcnion Knulnevrlni; Hwlely. Hour.nr Hay Shiuuii H.tMt.A. Easiness .»dminist ration Winter I'nik John A. SmitiLL. Jk. A.H. Arts arid Sciences (lainravillr iik i Huskst Stkvens ■LM.II.A. It lit i nett Administration Oninravillc IIK A I'lratee. KouitHSt R. SlRMtH N.K.IMIY. Arts and Sciences I’nlalka fticmlral Swirly; Mortar A I ■retie. (intMtiK Akmistkao Smathkns A. . Arts and Sciences Miami 2AK Executive Council 'll; lu kctt all It. 33. Contain Ji; Sr...liman S004. ball. lUaketlmll. Track. lllue Key: lx-1-nti- Tut ; ITorlila Clayer : IT-rat re; H Club. Jons HmcRSmith. Jii. uut Architecture and Allied Arts St. IVtcrelniTK Kino Art Society; lltrinylr. Wiu.iam (hmo ui.y Smith R.H.O.A. llusinett Administration TullaK» «e KA Honor Court '35; Atlvtnrel Military; I’iratr . I liter fraternity Cnnfrreme. Horn IU Dicktmsos Sim iit a.h. Arts and Sciences Miami Honor t’ourt; l kl Kin glean . W■ 1.1.1 am II. Stai limn K.K.H.A. Easiness Administration Tam|.n Aijias Si cay amt 9jh. Arts and Sciences TiilInLxtMt' 2AK Srmlivolr 'SJ. '33; llacvhtia; I'M Site-■itn; Kotratry t lul». l-'nnt J. SvTTHtus !» -i.r. Englneerinu it Urn I Si-rlnit :x Senior Military; l.‘A| ai'he ; lliflo Tram. - :»7 •S E N I O It t a u i: i i c Richard l . Sitton ■■ERA. Business Administration Jacksonville AX A Wll.I.IAM Swum NO ULR.A. Business Administration Miami Ib-arli IIahold S. Tannkn RR.R.A. Ilusinrss Administration Miami ♦HA John Ciiampnkys Tavuhi a.H. Arts and Sciences Jacksonville XAK Itoxliuii 1 AiMcht; Junior Intcrfru-tcrnlty ConOrenw. UyernrThomai,Jr. ■.SJJk. ilusinett Administration Nt. IVtoralioru ♦AH Kruhnun TimR; Propellor Club. iiisoNOR Airriii’H Thompson •Ann. Education I Mailt City AX+ Senior Military. James II. M ld Tkamm km. m.s.ii.a. Business Administration Jnrkaoliville ♦AH Captain. K. O. T. C.; Sabre . John Marvin Sweknkv AJ. Arts and Sciences Jacksonville Seminole 'SI. JJ. ItoHIHT Jl'I.IAN SVYFIITZI It HjCC.K. Engineering Miami A. 8. C . K.: Renton Engineer Inc Society. Thomas l Tatiiam II.K.M.C. Engineering Miami ♦KT I at Lieut . It. O. T. C.; A. 8. M. K. William It. Tkriiy A.H. Arts and Sciences ('oral (inlilea Itlne Kay; Dttatr Club; PI or 14a Player . HoiiKitr A. Thomas U.LL Engineering Miami Uttub A. I. K. K.; Menton Engineering Society. Henry S. Toi.vni Arts and Sciences Tampa 2SX Holf. ’SI. Mi. t n|itnlt '14; Advanced Military. Caul FhkdTkapnku. H.H.H.A. Easiness Administration Plant City Executive Council '14; Alpha Kappa Pal; Commerce Club; Junior Inter fraternity Conference. 58s 1: 1 o it A r A II E 31 I c William Ralph Tcbhs ajl .1 rts and Sciences Orlando AX Hand; Coni meiv Oub; lilw Club; I nlwrMiy Orvhmtru. H»twnu: Rirr Literary Society. ‘»J. Ciloyk Kmkhaox Tci.lv B.H.K. Education Tallahaw X Ktrcnllvc Council ‘II: Preahman Football; Senior Military; Peabody Club; Sabtea; Kiiiu Phi Kappa; In terfraterrilty ConhMiw. John1 O’Nhill Tvm i; BJLII.A. Business Administration IXeUo.l SX All ha Kii|i| i Pul; Commerce Club; ! ■ Plnroi; ITopellor Club. WiniiH A. Ykaxky ■Jl.n.A. Business Administration Cryetal Hjirinj: I b«te Club; Klfle Team 11. John Kmmictt Tcckkr H.A.K. Education ItriuUntoa ItAYMoXO C. TyLINUKK mLi.r. Engineering II. Pierce IIK4 KrMlinun Biukelball; Iknto Kngln-errOir s .». t ty; iLuchun; KabrM; White Friar . In-lu lrtal lv»Klnr rlii( Society. Wi.ii.iam How in Van Hiicnt. Jk. A.B. Arts ami Sciences Tails tui»»ce SX Phi Kta Slum (’.Mil. Kowarh Vkhdyck ■AULA. Business Administration Tatu| a ♦KT Alligator; Seminole; Advanced Military; Itacvhu . Haymond P. Vickicry B.A.K. Education Aron Park Peabody Club; Kappa Phi Kappa. Fhb» Alexander Wali-ack H.N.r. Education (•nin Tille Peabody Club. IIahuy Kohkkt Wanskmi MJLi. Business Administration Jacksonville Walton B. Wall B.8. Arts and Sciences Jacksonville Alptia K|«llvn l olta. (tMfflOR Edwamo Walsh R.8.B.A. Business Administration Tau[a £♦8 Ib-ta tlnnima Slicnv . Florida Players; Phi Kta Mama; White Friars; Phi Kappa Phi. i I UN itv Mi lton Wank a.b. Arts and Sciences Sanford ♦KT p ll all • ; KnahlMD Football; Captain. It. O. T. C.; S»bn «. Vlce-Prcaldent K Club. 59s i: i o I 4 KoMIM RiuniKS NVaKUKX UU1IT. Arts and Sciences A joi !»«•( Mortar At l «tle. I ii i.i-ii II. Waivin'. Jit. AJI. Arts and Sciences St. I’rtmlarg I it. ai ah Grant Wilson A.R. Arts and Sciences Tampa Seminole; AtllKiilor; Lieut- It •». T. f.; «:!«•«• flub; Ia « V. M. O. A.; Slort.lu Itlfte J.amin F. Wisiiart, Jk. H.K.RJA. Husiness Administration and Lair Tampa Frank Hraiwhaw Wood Arts and Sciences Jaekannvilli’ IIA2 Aatronumy Club; I rebate flub. Franki.in WoHru rr Arts arid Sciences Jarkaonrillc ATA I Aril«. It. «». T C. ItoMMIT K. Zruau •A Arts and Sciences lAtotaml ATU Seminole; Jn.l l.leut . It O. T. f.I AI Him Kp»ll«»t. l ell . Gkdiuik Allkn Wahrkn H.H. Arts and Sciences Key Went K. RltKO WHITTLE B-M.H.A. Has!ness Administration Saraaota ATtl Srinlnolr; l»t Lieut. It. O. T. C.; fommerve Club; Cavalier-; I»elta Slum 1 1; Oloe flub; I It. c : l ro. l-ellor Club; V. M. C. A. MkUKIVKNK I.. WlNTON HAUL. Education HuolmHl K.ipn l lil Kappa. W.avni: H. Withers I.IUU. Hnslness Administration Miami SN Rowland Kmohy Wooo »jt. Arts and Sciences St. IVter lKittf Beil Mnaaalnit Wltor K Kook. 'J5. Howard Zam.man RJLNIY. Arts and Sciences lto»ti n, MkttMlmwtli Xnd l.leut., it. o. T. C.; American I’Karinacy AMorbllan; l.el«h Chem-Icnl Society; Mortar At IVatle. Wii.li.am K. Zrwadski.Jr. H.M. Arts and Sciences Tainjo 2X Honor four! 'St; Swimming; Kre«h-nun IVxtall: Major. It. O. T. C.; Illue Key: llarvbu . I rebate flub; Karr Literary Society; Ulib Cheni-Uni Society. L'Apacbe; I’111 Ktn Slicrrv . Sabre . V Club. fit)IJ ii «l e r rii il ii si fos The |»ro«lai rlioii of frculi vegetable for coinmer rial diipim-nt i» our of I'lorida s nioul valuable in du.'triea. Florida »lanil lii t of all the -lair in shipment of »na|i-lH aiih relery, ami toniat M . I'raelieally all type of vegetable ran Im grown nunxMifiilly in Florida if proper attention to loea tion and type of soil i- considered. -J U X I O IK I. A W Cil'V lions Pres id nil Bl'S Khintzmvn President I IK i: S II 1 A X L A W J M»:s (i S VSN Vice-President John Xom.»: Secretary-Treasurer Am.mi M KATYA tin Vice-President Dklpiiin AimtiXflo Secretary-Treasurer - 62 •.1 I I O It A C A II E 1 I C Jack Hush President Sm-m: OTxissm.i, President SO 1 11 OMOItE AT A II EM H’ NVksi.ky Fly Vice-President W. II. IlMim u. Vice-President H»:x McLutchun l K. Kowaium Secretary-Treasurer Secrelary-T reusurer 63I IK K S II M A X A C A II E 1 I C Norman I’ati. I’rrxitlrnl ¥ IK i: S II M A A E X E € U T I V E V O U X C I E Mii.i.ih Itooo Walton I.'i.mkm (ioodhiucao Wu.n Anmuox Orr Mullins Collykh Kitciiln Howards Comstock « IOAMIM. K. Ahmiu.au '.'I’M.....................In -kvn ilk1 Maynard Alvin Ahkamk TK-f 21tA«l.........West Palm Ihurh A. II. Auhx. Jr. SAB 3AH......................... Miami ('Mini: SI. Adams AX •X’hK.......................IVmmoIi llixunw II. Auamk IIKA -I'M.............................tn.kv.inilk- Jamix Carlton Adam t!C.........................................Mato John Xintiis Auamk (1C............................Itr ».klvn, X. Y. WlIXO.N IKYIXU Aii.VMK AX (»C......................Montclair, X. J. • huMU Wyciik A MONK x -IK...............................Miami ILnoh .Iamrk Caliioi'x Aukink. Jr. IIKA SAII.................. lalt»c» Ulo Siiki.tox Jam km AdKIXm sn It|lA«l.....................Oaifcoxvill.' .Mark A. All KANO |t«»|| 3HA«I................................T«nt|w I«I IN Al.iHXTo AtZOORHC GC.............................Miami I knelt (Inaor. HrrrilK.NK Akin -HA«I..........................Winlor linr.liit Gnomic llr.XRY AlJtnc (IV..........................Fort iMm.lcr.latc AliNMl.li ltl.KTR.AM Al-HIKT GC.........................Miami lk-nrli Kii'KMirr I.C.IGU AUIXT» N GC..................W.m Palm Ik-ach John Koland Ai.hkuiit t( ...........................dniiimille William IIiaey Aunur.irr, Jiu 2HA.I...................OiImi.I.. IaM'IH (i. Ai.i Nam.ii: .IKK.............................Tnm| a Smmiii Alkxanimcb TK-I- -IIA.I..............................Miami Ciiari,r» II. Aunxi. OX -IIS...................Tallalia ' v liAXHN K. Aiimon ♦ah GC...................(tainravilk Itr.xxrrr Y. Ai.i.kn 2KK..................................UW«rv.l CiiarlmO. Ai.ij.x 2As..................................Gnuu-ittil!. dowic K. Alxr.N AltA I..................................K»n Mjm Gkocbk I. Allkn. Jr. SAB GC........................... Vn»l Gal.h- K mi V. Ali.k.n 2MK....................................Jack—mill.- Kulak It. Al.uooiw »C.........................Alarliua ToUJr. K. Auaiji X4- GC...................Ikmlins Grorn IkiN A. Alvarado 21 .....................Seville, Spain Frank S. Alyakiz AltAd...........................Ttimja IIarkimi.n W. Auudm: i X UC...................Winter llavm Carl It. Anmxsos I HIM.......................l-".k.- Worth (•roRor. L. Andixmon AS+ 3H8K................Cryvtal lUrrr Hewlett 8. AnuOWOX 2lts.........................Gain....Uri: s I' II E It ( It A II U A T James It. AnokKNOX IIK4 3AH...................Hum Ua I.KSUK ll. AM nu»N, Jk. ATI 3Ak......Winter IIhvi-u l.Urttf O. Anmjchon OC.................Dn k Ciljr Oxvai. It. Axwmox (iC.......................nniwttrr C’llAMOt'RNr. A. Axmi.wa 2AK 2IW.........................Tiiimiki ItENXETT R. AKPUXArM 4IIA ARAd..............................Mn.ni Tiioman II. ArrLKWmTK, Jl 2JX 2KK.................Ja luMiiivilli' Tom NV. Appleyarh KT OC................................Tulliilnm JamkmC. Akavt SlIAil.............................Xanfonl Tiioman It. Au OKX -I-.....................Iwkwndllo Duj'HIN A. Akim'I-Nco II........................T in|Ki PillMi S. Aki.t An 5A«......................MoiitovcrAe Mmuru, X. Aktakak . XA SAB..................Tnr|NM tyring KnkiQIH It. Amah IM’.......................I’sifilmi, Culm Cuu Oman Ai:mktiion«. OX AHA«1..................riant City OlXitwr. ThomxoX AkmkTKoNO OC.........................Miami J.»M» v lloAKTON ArMKTKUNU OX 'IK....................Plut City »Tiril« Ku.AK ANMHTKOXG OC.........................lMrkx«i iltr V.ai.i..a«k Kakih Armktkono SCliK.........................Miami Wimj.am Wiuaox Aknoij. v vk -.MtA.l....................Orovclaml I’kam'ix K. Aimii k MAX -BA I........................lirmli-nton JoNirll JlANINt.N AHUI'RY, Jk. 2ltA'l......................Miami Cmhu.i. ItVKo.v Amiimomi. 2CK.........................lfcltahn«w IIaiuiv I.ki Anki-.w, Jk. -Alt........................1-sk.l.unl I'ttii As'lM ||AL -KK................................UrkN.millr Kksint Oixwir. Atkin. Jk. KA C................. flainravtllr KouniT At aim m»x Atkink OC...............................Miami AI.ITII O. Atkin sox AT A 3I»A I.....................I’matill ll K.At K i»»mn n Atkin non sits..............................Oii»mU John Kk.AXKl.lX ATKINWJN SKK..............................Orange l ark ('nil. Axi«r.w .Want imii :tltA«l.................................Miami John I aim. .Want lioil 2lt. l...................................Miami Wilmam Otto ItAna 2Ag.................................Umatilla W11.1.1.AM K. It.AHix ‘-’A..................Own CVat tyring (InmiiK KvrKrrr ItUUIJM tK’...........................(Vanmlrr CUIKI IIakoLD Ham m a a£+ IHA.I........................IVl-nwl • G6 •i; X II E It ii II A II IT A T E s J. «w Co »i.n Haii.ey 00............................Madiaon ROilXALK I 0.1X1 AL Bailey '.‘KK..................CniMvillr IIowaro Moxboi: Haim.i n r. K 3BAK...................UftOtk WYI.MA IIWMl. 1UU «IN SIK.......................IVTt Talll]'A Marjocii: Pkaxcik lUuiirix CIO... Jim Pai'l Rank CIO................... IIaRmIJI IIABMKK 2AR ! ’............. Rov IflK.VT HikRMl (! ■............... ....Ahdu High Hjirinj ....T»«P® .. TtlUhaMrc Kpwakii U. IUrkix. Jt -PM........................Fort Myro Thomas Km mitt Umnw CIO............................Grarrrlllc Barmy liArKtl IJ AX 2KK................................Miami Wiujam Tahmas Uaiikik CIO...........................OtiMmillo A.NOCK 8. I«AKM H SII.V'1..................................Wildwood Mki.vix Hauseut TK 2J.................................larktonvill ( BCII. I.AWWOX It illXIX 00................................DcLtllJ Jamix QliXTIK Karnkx CIO..........................Fort Ijiolonliilc Cltk IIaVoouo Barnett 2KK................. V«I IVIm IWarh Jou. Orix Barnhart ATH 3J...................IVytonn IWth Artiicr Clair Bahirtt go............................Miami Hritxixx Acktix Bakjcixerox. Jr. 00..............Hawthorn Jean Tnxr Harrow flOK...............................I rNoio City CarrixtiTox Kthkijcii' Bakrh SAK 0O..................JartaoRrtllo Amur l i ix Harry .1118................................Clearwater J. I.aii.y HakTOX 3Ag............................Oton St. Mari Kiianrr MiKixxEY Barton UN IAH............Si. IVt»ul r|! Rota At If A v IX Barton CIO................I«ak« Worth Knnnrr 8iiakp IUrt noil 3l»Ad..............W. Pdml«rj! Andrew Joiixhox Hank 2Ajj..........................Waldo Wii.mik Wlixox liuuuTT 2N ” Ajj...............Montlccllo SHERMAN Xm. BaTEK IAg......................... V t Palm Itrarh l.rnix IH-RIIAM Battle a TO GO..................Bnutmtoa Clixmcr. F. IlAfOMMAX Itoll SBA'I.................Thw| » K'UirxT l M IS BAXTER AIK.......................Coral Oibln ll» SKY Thomas Hay nark a TO CIO..............Si. IVtcrahurjt Max Baer OO............................................I’mwoh OUMYiRP CaRLTOX Iti.iKlXV OKT 2BAd....................Sanford 67ij iv » i: ic a it a n u a t i: s (). A. Hkamlcy 2KK..................................Cmatllla lli'iKNU IImkuv -AIt....................Jark.«nvillr K »w aki« TllOMAM Hr.arrv ATI! 21 34.......Will Palm Ikurh RALni WiM.ir.b ld.ATV SChK......................I’lnni Clt.v l.r.HIN K. IllCVlH (K ..................................Miiriamiiu P. IlKLrilER UK A IAg..............................I.ai n John Anthony IteU'imi £AK s ".........................Cunl ( «Un A try lire Majivin Itu.i. 2llA«l.........................Sar.«».ia Otih Itr.ix 2BHAK....................................OaiMwvill !rjmnr. Walttji llcuail -M K......................Iloriiiinilo R«»Y ArTIH'R KKNJAMIN. Jfc. MU .‘J..................JarkwKVillr Prank Ik a Kinm-tt IX 3A«...........................Ornla • PRANK UN I) ATI a Kiwi.TT +KT 3KAd......................SanforO IKdi.KY ItKNhON OC..................Klaglcr Ik-arli WaI.TIX RoWLCY ItKXNON OKX ."-I.................(iainovillr (iiiu.1 Koiiixt Klntua ::UAK..............................Miami CiiARI.KH RICHARD Kiato.n TX fiC...................Ilaiaravillf ('IIAUIM ('n il. IlKRXAHb 2.1.............................Tampa William Tiiomak IIiixirt 3I A«I........................lAm kman Ahc Max ItMKoiriTZ !»:♦ »C...............................Miami l.r.wi I (in mu .ills...........................................Miami ItoiuxT Tinki.jjmm.ii IlniAWIX KA IltA«1.......................Orlaado ItH'ilAKi Jl I'MON Klktok KS 2IIAll..........................CKcaUton Chari aim All maiiii IIi.ttm iiKA • ’.........................Manfonl Don aid J'wrril Hmti nmi i.i.ui OC..............Wral Palm Itwh Komst Jkhry IIcyiixk Ilk 2IIA.I..........................Port | u«k ntale llr.NRY lltMN'lir.N IIi.yik SKK........................Ainulla Jamkx Wiii.uu Id:wan IC.................................Miami CiM.MAN PiauiKM ItH-KNr.ix X IJ.................Ixwiatoa, Malm- Warms Tin MAN ItiM.ii: ISC.........................(iainrxvilli ItoniRT .IrrraiwiN ItlHllor II..........................Pnr,.,s, Waldo Kmikm Kimiiw 2Ag.................................Aarilla Kdmond Kwii.i: Kirdon 2MK.........................Ka»t Kai», Vi. Nmi. Statin I dm Mi X+ •« ................................(Vnla I'lUXCIH Jamkk Ki.ack 3IIA4..........................Tiillnkaurv Harry Kn.rxr Ki.ack SKAiI.......................I att ma Ik-arh - US -A T E s I X II E It ( It A II IJ 1.1 »vn I.kKov IIuik 2 KB..................................Tampa Kainix Ctem llutr GC................................Bora Gtnmlo Ix.valp Ol'NWWV KiAt'Xii kx i. K iHA l.....................Tampa William Wharton Hi.ackhi'rn ;x W...........................Tampa John Simon Ulain. Jk. ;« ......................................Miami l»!t IIAK.H l.l lYIt IILAIX GC..................................Miami Ciiaklkk K. Huntux 2KK..........................................IVrry Itt.ATT TK SBA«I.....................................Miami Kowakp F. Boakpmax X+ M................................ Miiii'ii lloWANH Lrux» IU«i.|»N +KT IC......................Jaekaoiltillc (illMDGK ClIARLKK lU.l.I.LH ATA II..........................Minim (11x4x11 Foot : 1 Sox P I N SI8H............lli'mWiUTilli', N. (‘ Akmaxp IIlnkv IIonxeytl U......................St. IWnlmri: Kpwarp I.nrik IIoxxly || S 5MB...........................Miami John William lu.ix : i'Isa.I...............jMlwniTillc Airrili'K Itn.ivuJi Boon. Jk. IIK4- GC...........Jwk.«oi»vlllo (ill.NX KLMOK ItttKiVJ IIKA GC......................Quinry (IniWK Fkkktun Bmkk (K ............................Orlmulo Oi.irr.R ItriiRv Bmkwoktii ♦kt GC....................Miami Ot'V WaRHCX IVrrtK AT A -I.............................I«Jf Cl alImSno jnM;rn Itoi miihih WlljaiN 1‘IXSIIIM. BoiLUIMK IlnuiLur Ivey Bowks -ISA.I. Will JAM I k k I Sow tx KA 51 .; lininravilk tic Galnc vllW Ixtki'liiixl 2 BAB Watertown IIakkv Wall IUiwi 2IIA«1.....................................Orlando CIIAKI.EK Kvixm Itovn Itllll CM-.............................l '-lHUR Jamkk Arrui'K IIovp. Jk. iioii 3lSA«l......................l v-JMiri: Kiimijct Watmix ISovp 4A -I’M........................liwktM.iiville Joiix CilAt'Nrnr ItnYix ATM IK'........................Oflamlo J..HX Marion ISoyi-tt 2BA-I.......................T.rra I Via Wiijjam Jam llt.N XTON, Jl. -IIS......................Havana John Willy I Slack ex ata K’......................It. Vi rm Uvi.mi 1 »a :iki: BRAPn Ki a A CH .............................CarraMIe Jack IIkaM i V 2X GC........................................ Jauix PlilMr RkaMWaW, Jk. GC.................................Gala villc I KiVAi.it ISi-vik lluW JHA'I..............................lalii’ City • 09 -I x it i: it ; ii a it i; a t i: s lluttv Mai:siiai.i. IluftY IK ................................Orlando Itisxic L IIuuikix An SHA«I..........................Winter Ilmen KisNirrii l At’|. ItRACKiX AIT K .....................Winter Ilmen Maksiiai. I»»» «;».ST ItKAlXAHi K2 (1C.........................iVlntv Oxi.r.Y Ki.vnktii Kbaijcy -j.................... W»t Palm IWtirli Ovum IiK.vNrir. .In. s.ak MIiK...............(train Aiitiii : Thomas Biianiion Jli. l.....................I nlmett» H'axwii. K. It CAN .VAN' 2KK................................Omaii John IIiiiiik IIkakiii.au aX -HAil........................Tampa Joajj’II Paiaiia IIkskwkix lltA.I.........................Tamp ICoiikkt Kmmi.tt Hums i:oii CM ....................Jacksonville (Kmkhms Ml I.ton Hkijmv TK4 IK ............I amir Bnrli, X. V. • At'OfWT Wm.ijaM itxi Mrx III'......................Jacksonville JaMIX Kii.ia Hkio CK ............................Island drove llr.NJAMls llouos ItKlMH KA K ...................Tallalm».M e Norman J. IIkkx.k AX SCliH............................IVnaacofa I’Altl. IIouaui ICmh'K KA 2111 1.......................IVmneola MiNfiwn Kinni.tii RkOXkTUN TK+ 2J..................Miami IWrli Tiiomak Jokij'II IIiwuxa, Jl .tllSK.................Tallahassee CilAti.Kii Knwm I . I (sown HI'...................... Saiilunl 1’i.aiu n«t. IIvatt Known ZAK 2HA»I..............................Miami furrow 1i i» n Itaowx KA HAH.................................Tam| ct IYonau K.usi. IImiwn 2J.............................St. lYterxIxiri: IkM'fiMK llrr.ii lluiw.x IK’.....................................Miami Kakl J. Itaowx. Jk. 2X 3HA«I.............................Tampn Ki.irnTin: Is ki: Iteow s AX 30K.................Inrkronville John Aiwa Knows, Jk. 2AI1..............................Sanford Isovi.ii: Wiijo Itaowx AS 2ll.V«l...............Oaine»villc Marion I.ivian IIkhux saK 2Ajj. Xmivt St m: Itiae.VN SJf iAIt I’AVl. IN.I I.I.AH ItnoW N (if........... Kkiiaui Ciiiaui Itcowr.v 2ltAd.......... • ..........Miami .........Tamj« ----daincMilln l mt ii:i I touch KiniAKb l ri Itoown W.....................................Sanford Roiiiht Kmmi.tt ICkown a IT IK ..........................1‘nlatku Nokman K. ItnoWM UK A dt. «l..............................Orlando John IIoi.t Ilai'.M Aci: x 2KK...........................Orlando • 70-I X II E II ti II A II IT A T E S Max Kuyitx Brink 2Ajj...............................Kol.rinj: Antiioxv P. Bucno 21 2PM................................Tampa Josrru Thomas Brunhon 3 A It...........................XanuoU William Koiokt Bryan GC.............................Uikeliiml Kmcni Aujeanmx Bryant 2MAK......................Gaii -« ili«- WlLLl AM K(iWARI IlKYltOX 2IIAd...................Jark u«rUle At I.I N Ki.Iak BICHANAN A2 GC...........................Veto lloarb William Rocky Bi-cha an, Jh. GG..........................Miami Benr-h .1 ah 11 K»waki ItrKNXiJ IX GC...................St. I'Henilmi]: William W. Bcll, Jr. iik SAB...............................Dnnolla Kk.VNLUA ClSXEUI’X Bl'LLAIIt 21 GC..........................T»m| a Gwmsc.r William Birch XI 2l M..................................Port l.aiidcnlab' Jamix Goldhu'ostuy BfK.i GC...................Rail Oily. III. Vixcr.VT I.KWIM Bl'RK IIANDT IX GC...........w.-.t Palm IWocb K -v ItrRKiioi.nra. Jr. 20K................Altamonte Spring WaNRI.n StanYORD Bi i;K iiom»s 21 .................Ki» imim ' Goki» x K. Bcrmtt GC...............................Iidwinfllo John lln.it Brsxcrr ATI) GC.......................Tamp Ai.i.kn Jamu Bcrnham IJ...........................Gainesville Leonard Mill IIi-kn'm HKA 2BA«I..................Kara otn • Richard llrowoN Birr, Jr. 2PM....................TsIbhMMV KlCIIARD SnCATIX Itl lilllXK 2lts.................TatM|K« Johnny IH’DUnr BiKRorciiK 4AO 2ltA«l........Si. IMenlwr); AlmkT Khwarh IIi'mciiman .HIS...............RraIoiib Bench Jack K. Brsil II k-J JBAd.....................Daytona Bench Carlton Mali. BCTCIIER -DKT 2BAd................Miami lloaeli Donald Wiiikub llnri.m iia2 2P........................Orlando John I aaii» Itcn.LK 21.................................Miami Wii.uam Jojikmi Bittlui IPM........... ItixriiAM James Ittn ::P.............. Alihxt Lr.wis Brxxr.LL. Jr. .IIIAd. KmiNA I.ai'rjci: Itrutnr 2P.............. .......GlIIII.'.A ill .............Turn jo ,, .Cwimiil flnivr ......A pal Achirol.B William Kiln Bylt. 2ItA l.........................P«»M Maw Georm: Goookicii IItimu, Jr. ATA GC............8». Peteraborj; Alvin Kali: Byrcm GC........................West Palm Itoadi Axi«r.w Domenico Cacitatokk 21 20K......................Tampa 7 Ii i» i: is u is A l» U A T E S ClfARMH KIN I SO CaUiWKI.1. (i( ..................(iainravilk- IJW.VAv I. CAIJ'WIIX 11 K A SI Ad...................Mlllla-rrv Kmiikt Kiiumu CiLftur.u HAS 3IB ......................Orla»d N u I’its vu Cam lor .fA » (1C..............St. AuipiMhw V. .1. 'atUlian !♦»; 2HA.I.......................... 5aiin-«vilU- Tu Kyixctt CaLMI .IBS.............................Jurkiw.iiv ilk- Chau ji K»v Cammon || K4 SIB .................................Ocala JoilS Cwn ii. Camt TX 2IIA.I.......................White Spvia n Amiu Ui (’.omin.i, SA..........................St. Augustine Prank Walter Camiyh.ix A Til UC................Djvt.ma Hcarh Jamm II. Camiumx CSC...........................CtiaUalMMwhrr- JOil s' KltWAEl. Camiwrix IK...........................Pnlalka Roaiat Am«»:w Cami-mux 5C............................Chatiahr—f Iw WaIJ.ao O. CaMPIIEI.I. AX A AII..........................A irii.lt a C. J. CARAttAl.LO, Je. 2X • ...........................Tu(ii|m ItAYMOM’ TlloMAK CaKARAI.U» :XAIK........................Tnai|-a VOSACIO IkiMINMt Cahonpa tiC. . IIINKY Kihhau Caki-isah 2Bt ....... Kornurr Tfixct Cakukix ata OC CaEI. Cil NNAE C.UIJION AXA 3CK. .......Kev Wrat .......Ollltn.lll .....Jurkaonvillr ..Ormond IL-nrh Stic Onrwor. Cariamx aa-i- IAs...........................I.nkr lli.Biiti.m (Iehrm. Caei.ton. Jr. SBAd....................................InrkM.ntilk- L. I)ai.k Cari.yon 3111 1.......................................WaurhuU Ku Taylor Caiimii''iiaij. 2IIAil..................................Sarasota Mi-rray llritotx Carmiciiam. A. K 3AB... Vc t Palm Ikwcfc William CnrrtM Cake. Jk. 2111 1..................Oaiamvillc IIixjikrt At'RRKY Carhjcu. ♦KT 3Af....................Miami JriiET Hakkku. Carrixotox 3A|.....................CU-rninat 'llARM.x I.ii.imin CamH'IJ. 2AI1.......................Marianna IU.vnik I am lx Cawtys JC...............................Sanford Pkanci IIi-xtw Carter SAB..........................TnltaliiinMv ■ • a .It nsox Cartix. Jr. II..........................Noaltcrrr Sam P. Cartix SX SAB..........................We pain. | tench Wynton II. Carter ox 2HS........................Itylona Bmrfc IIink IIaLL Cara t»x GC.............................lY-nmcola ll »i-'ii- Carlton Carr ox GC......................Port Utro 72A T E S 1' N II E It - It A II I Koiintr I.iuii o: Carry S4K -Alt.............(’oral UabV CLYRK Woodard Cxrns A24 W’...................Praltland Park ClIKKTTX Carmel 4IIA (SC.......................Miami lUnrli hu»ixu'K Siimwam CAmt Y noil (SC......................Miami WILLIAM T. ( VHTU: 4AO n|IA l..................Jacksonville William Kiukic Caviirai uka STiK.......................Kuilit William IIakvky Cai'lcy uka IJ..................Coral (Sable John II. Cai'kly l. 3Ak.............................Waorhula • Way man AixM.ni Cay mo N A24 UC..................Itlountatown Tom Ally Cmi. ANA C...........................RikI ' Ubr Mani'h. X, Cepkha tic.............................Ilol (•4MOON It. Certain ATA 2Ar.............................Miami William Komk (Tjucry (SC..................................larkaonville Sl l .VYN Cll il.Kii;, JR. .".IIS.........................|j.k. City John I.AWRKXiT. CiiaNV»'.LU k (1C..........................lacko-aviUe Raymond (SnowR Chandler (SC...............................(SrIimvyIIIp AirniCK Kirkland Chapman 2 A It...............NV«U'ny Koi.nrr Ri'iuiinkk Chapman (K ...................Orlando K.hmxt Sinlleton Chapman 4KT (1C...............Kaifonl I.K» .I.MIM Cham:, Jr. 2. k 21K....................Miami Richard IIkackdoard Cheatham 24R 2H. «I..................Miami John Iwoexi: Cheney X4 2CK..............................Tw»|k» John F. Curry iik4 2Alt............................ V«icr Hill Pi.au; I.AXDON Ciiittknion OX (SC...................TRlUha »ee • John ISkatox Ciioatt. 2 It Ad......................la.k-MiriUe PbOYD Thomah Christian 4At I 31111.............St. IVi.-nlmr- Roy Ciiriktopiiex ||K4 (10...........................Mt. IN.m Knw Jackson Ciiiiikty litill (SC........................TamjxA 11 cnr y Simpson Ciii-rr 60......................Wi«tcr Park Altrkd Van Clark iiKN 3HAK.........................Bradenton Pi.ix. A. CLARK 2HAK........................Ilijcl' prin2» KKPDMilt'K William Clark 2Its.......................Ilayloua IWndi • Ja k Stani.i.y Clark AX MW John Walter Clark IIK A «!C ....... . .Cbattaboorbo Kenneth Amis Clark 8C Stewart Karl Clark »x tic - 73 •u ii e it ii IK A II IJ A T E S Nt-itrr l n. worth Cuukk IX IBAd....................Moatieello William IIiauy Cukkk IICA«1..................Washington. l». C. Jamkm I M'M CuutKimx A TO QC........................Fort Mycr Jamem IIakoMi Curv 2IIS.........................InekiKiiivilk' IUVM9X ClMTrna SChK..........................SI. IVtcr lniTg JaMO Caui.TOX ClXMLVH OC..........................Wnorlnil William Cole Currr X4 OC.....................Bowling Qim Willi a v Mtctthwood Cixjxt iika GC.............I.aki’land Ivdwin N. C'im ’...................................{.oniliorg WlLUH Mn.NROI CbCIIRANE K2 ON.................Wert l‘ lm Ikwrli IIakry XI. (VxxmiTCll AX IN'K..........................Hunwlloti Kii'iiard Wai.TKM Cody, Jil • ’........................Itunncll Ammcim Jai kmin Cowman ik It UNARM Co MX K: SAB.... 1»avw C. Coleman s. OC... I K'IK Victor (V i.kmax 21'.... Ml. Augustine ......Seining ........Miami ....Ml, Cloud I»avii Novrx Collixx lie....................................l «l»tkn Ralph Fi rman Column. Jil 21’...............................IUi«ln.HI ICoiiiet I.U COLLINH SHAil..................................I'matilln Kmn Kmwin Coi.i.yix «C....................................Mi. Cloud I’aitl William Cowntock 2CfcB...............Minwi Koiiixt Ciiari.i Com STOCK ± £♦ OC................Minmi HoMiJi C’aplu Conklino. Jr. W..................Tilunillr Wr.VMKU. Firman Cox Lite GC.....................MairxiIm Lyndon Ciiaowk’K Con ION AX 2BA«I.................Hollywood Richard Wilri r Conn iika OC........................Seining Kl NN'CTII K. CoNNIK 2X 3BA«I.....................IVnanrola H.iiokt M. Coxniu K2 JUAB.......................Gainesville Kdttarm Nroruinux Ooxovn 11011 2.1... .sieulienville, Ohio Martin Barxem Conway OC..................Green Core Mining Ki KKru. Patrick Cook OC..........................JMUwvillr , i KIHAN IIOLMIX Coouvor. SAB Sit Ad.................Miami Jokuii Tiihk«« Cooley, Jr. , TO OC.................Wildwood Alrwt Tiiakin Coon ix 2BA.I......................Montketto William Fhujcaox Coons K2 SBAd..................Gaiaeaville William INiwkll Coons a TO SBAil................ThIIbIuimwv 7 4 •U l» K IB ii IE A l 11 A T K S « a a a kk ry rjy a Q dh a W 9 i ° a Mm U i. ft 1 q id Hi tii mk a a a iM p a a n , .M p OroMir. Aiw.n CnrtUN» EM .........................larkfMivillr ()«wtu (Vwm:iji ix •!...............................Taiiijia VlNci.NT I’AI'L E'oCitO ||A2 EIC.........................Miami Juki: Axtiioxv CosjILULLA flO................Ilnviuik, Oiil« • IIama Ku-kitt Ciwtijio jx !I’M...........................Omlii Jama UR«y Coni IN EM ..................................Tmh|ki Hinjamin Jack.-mis ( mu. Jk. 2CIiK........Wet Palm Hettcb (Icokoi: William (Vrmtiu. HAS 31 .............Ihtytona Ibwrb • John Ki w«ki Cim'kikx, Jr. iika TBArl..................SaafoM M.ou t x Kt ci.ni CoVlXHTV»x» Jk. 3BA«I............Aim l rk Wauai i IVimij: Covinotox JKIi....................Jacksonville lit CM A It. COWM’.X IH'...........................Si. I'UxjiI • Atjrnii Rankin Cox, Jr. IA«.......................(laineMille Franklin Cox IN 2l M.................................Ilmlnilim Irmx Ili xiiV Cox EH ...............................EIrImmIIIo John Patrick Cox, Jil C................................Miami • Miit'un Pmujin Cox o :tlt. .l....................Jacksonville John Martin Crautrm: a Til EM ...............W«w» Palm Ibwrb John Ai.kiim Cluoo ♦AO CIC........................Elninemllb I'llARlXK Lixt Cu-Uo GC................................ Miami MaM'ITUK L, CKAWnNUk ! .....................KvorRTVen, Ala. TilOMAK Hiluakd Crawioko, Jk. ZN EM ..............Jacksonville Cam. Cuktox CROrro.N EM ..........................Elalaeavllle Mai iuci: J. Chomkh -mia 3BA«I...........................Miami Kohkkt Harrik E Vnuuk SChK.................I.akeUmJ Tiiom vk M. CUhumi !KU...................INwta Sonia Carl Kaw'AKH Cimkc noil Hi'.................Tani| » Fraxcim Hixnami e k«»m ATII EM ..............Tanijw Wn.MAM Ki.MMi CROWS -ItA'l...........................Clearwater Wilijam II. Ckox K2 3BA.I.......................Si. PHrtiliurj; Howard Wiluam Crcmkt OX 2MK.........................Jadumnvlll Iam ik Maria Cibiij.ak IK'................................Miami • Krxintr II. Ci-LVK iM'hK.................................Miami Kl'KHEU. WATNOX CCMMIXCR K ....................Si. AujctMlHie Jamkh Kdwix i RJXOTOX, JR. M ...................(laiacaville Wiluam Ki-n.nw»: eVkiiixo «m .......................Elalamvillc 7 ir ii « n a it A II I A T E S TlSAMiM'H TlIKOfeAK CVSVCKI JC......................Ktinii.ll Nr_ i. V. Ihu -I...............................St. Augu»tinc Wiujau IIaiuumon Ihu i'IIAK..............................Miami K". Iaavii Daniij r.llS...........................Knit Mirw Aluo.n Kuwaki I)ami:U .1Ali.......................Si. Ootnl Kwar Mimio DauiY OKN ■HIAd...................Unit "tin Hrar) Jomi: David 2HA I..................................OrUmto itwuuM A. IlAVll ; •..........................Jafksonvlllc Vuti A. llAVin W..................................Jurboavilk Wii.ijam X. ir David «• ’..........................JarkuavilD 'llAltl.i l j» K II.AVIIO A2 :«' MpIIkHIMH JaMIX KiNWRK DaVIIWON' I I'M...................Orlamlo Jack KiriiARi Uavii • .....................................Ji» L» rtvill . l.r.Kov Ktiiax Davih aTA 2HA I.................................Vero Ui»Hi JaMI.n KaKI. IIAVIN. Jk. l .....................................IlirkminvilU' JirrtwoN Davi.i 3Ar............................................Ml. l l«»«iiHt OMCAB VII sr. Hamm ATM lie.....................................Tmii|o S. I,. Iitvux HK'I' .'M'liK............................(laincnvillc TliotfA .ltnu:si N HaYIk S4-K Ilwluiiurli, X. J. Wit.iiam Nr-vi. Davis (If..............................Ml. I bw«iiiit IIaemijv IIii.ii Davitt 2AE IDAil.....................OaiiMwviltr 1 ii lK r- i «i M II.W W ................................Kalatka lloMIZ. IXKIUIK l»KAX CM ...............................SaillMilD IbHUJCT (iuvx lllJA.N 2 A It..................................SI. IYtrr»l urg Wavni 1 1 ixi • lli:ax 2Ak...............................................si. I’rlrroliui); .IaHm All.is Hi.am W ..........................................tiainttvillr HmIIAKI KlCII AUt».« N III AS II K A 2IIA I........................SuMfonl Wim.IAM A. Hi Ho»is X4- 3ChK..,...........................IVrl l-m.I.r.lnW- Kaiu Ciiakija Di'a'K A24 3RAK............................Wriro-lulc Joi: Sin Hum '.............................................Lamon! Cllijatt Horn IlMliAALi ♦KT • ......................Coral labir» Hmhikt KMUmr |Iii.. m;v, Jk. X4- ll M..........................Miami Rourjtr lli vouki. IIii.avan Knit aii I I'M.vi is Hi Most JI'M AX KfcAXCIH HlMIAM Si iiiir M. Denmark o. .tllAil..................Ha.lc City ♦Ao (if.............Hninllli', Ky. 3I A»I........................Harlow .'••Its..............si. Augastlnc 7 6 •1J X II E It ii IK A » I A T E S Davit a, Dniumr -AH................................Miami 11 At V DiaMOXP TK K ..........................Minrui William II. BH'KENHox. .Ik. II.................. Woomiowt Wii.sox IliiiCM ATA • ............Tnn»|Ki • J. . Dick IN'BOX. J . A Til SI M................Tn»pta JAMEft Rom.xI.AI' Dll’KIXHOX (»'.............l.-tkolalld Park Trammkll Diokn -MAK.......................Laic City RoiintT W. IhrKNUN. Jk. non UK..................Mt. D»m AlAIXT MOXTOOMKKY Dl.XOX 1IIA«I......................Tnlt;il.»o-.v 8amill LaTkkixb Dohvm . Jk. vX u ...................J»fVM r. illo llr.vtv Helton boiiiNHt, Jit. .’IHAil.......................WVUtff Khivarii Wool Donxai.i.y KT itC......................Mcllmiuiic JliKKK WA I.TOX Dooixv || K-4 III PI...................Mt. I ‘»» Pulp Iviaixox IK !Man. Jk. ABM.......................Jn -k-»nvillr JAMKM H. DonmaXV HAS AXK....................................Tn«n(« Jamkm Baxii.i. Dowry. II 1HA.I.............................Sanford © 11 vim y Moceimin Dorp ! ............................Hrnd -nt»n John Roiiixrox Dowd as i IP...........................Moor lltm Roaurr H. Dow PA IIK-I- SHS................................ISInlki WllJJAM (jl lXTON DoWUXt. 4KT tit’....................lj.rkM.n ilW« I.lmtel Ciunx Dowxr iiK-l -BAd...........................Mi. Dora ALSKirr John Roxiix. Jk. a • ..............................Arradin Hk.nrv fiTHNo DocEIKK. Ji:. SN '-‘I............................. Waln Nli K PlTKII I)RAKM 2BAd........................... 8». «IK i»tir. Ankox Ivan l i;n min ma AHA.I...................................Mlnmi lliNurr. ICaixkivmip IKlw SAK 0 .....................I»rk .rivill«i Auixso Iauyp I Kim. 1.1:1 2RAd.........................Ijik ItuiUr CuthirX IliriuK Drmcrrk 2 BAd.................................I kt HolU r O Howard Lawrrxct. DrBot i ‘-'I...................Omn. » ill Ciiaruqi Willi a m Dipi.i.v. Jk. 2II8K................laUwoavIll© Jamik Rov Di'txiAN SAK -HA I...........................Wrat Palm IWntli Makvix Jambs Di'xawav tM ...............................Midi ... O AUSAKDO Htrai'IIAN Pl'NCAN IIKA -I..................Jark—nvill.’ Joiix Hrxxi.tTK llrxi-AN -HAd........................Mummrrftrld Joxr.ril Ikaao Dwomkin 4«a « .................... Ia k .n ,ll JamIX llr.XHV DVmOX SBAd................................Hanf..rl - 77 -I l» K It ii It A II i; A T E s Matthew Kaili: W.............................Hanfor.l Kkiiaij. WaI.tox Kakix |t«i|| • ..................Min mi ViKN'ON ('urrifN Kamum i k 2ll. «l......................Miami JaM»x MlMri.KTiO. KakTHAN •-■Mi:..............Ifovtowk llem-h -• amij( Oij.nn KroUIakut illAd................I'lnnt City Frank Kiotm Kkv IK.......................(lurtnilm, W. Vn. R v Wii.mis San for. 1 JaM» . ihiu.vii Ki [ v IJC..............(iirvn Cote Spring IImikv Cl.vmx KOMOXwiN KA i« .....................Tnllahkwtc Jama Okaiiam Kowamim II K-t- ::IIA«I...................Tampa John IIowaiu Kihyakwx Vti'.......................Onjvr? I'nrk Jons KoWAKUK, Jb. ATO -Ag...............Uik(4kR-l I.awmm i Kiikl ni KnwAiim, J«:. 2A«.......................Imne IUvmuso KiikUrii IIC.......................Cmenl Ciljr Kow.vrv IJNOOI.N Ki.kim 2J....................Nm York, X. Y. John Kuiwr (1C....................................Jark« vill.- Ci.akiso IIkywak.) Kl.UK, Jr. atm flC.. V«rt Pnlm Ikwrk lti4’ilAKi lloi'HM Ki.i.im (W.................................Iloyntvti Tiiwo. II. Ki.uk JAM...........................................Aliu-liuk Mill K»X KmHRY KA IIIAK............................................ £ji nry I»avih I.IX Kuimx IIAX :IIK.................................Miami Mnmi. Ilmixit: Kuuam ii. 2X »; •..................Tarpon Spring ICu iiARfr III Mil KMI’IK «K .................Soalh Jnekttmvillc ■»: I’uiiur Kmh.ikii AX JltAil...................Winter Fnrk Wilijam IIacoih Knmih, Jk. ifK ; •.........................Alncliiia Auj:x Ai ktin Kvkw at a -I’M...................................linker Kansutii Wyatt Krrurr .1111 1............................Jnekaonvillc Fkancik Kdwaiih l wx (W..................................TallnbaAv-.- Koihkt MaKYIX Kiivix ur.....................Tallah.-ii.wv I’wkv I.m Kniru»i«.r (i ..........................IVtMu City ALVIX IIavmax Kvank IIC........................Hawthorn ( iki;im Kay Kvkrm 2Ag...............................I krlaml I»avii. Ili-KMIXI. Kvman 2KK.....................................Tkllkhnwcr Itu'll.Min F. Kuam XW lillA.I......................................Orlnmlo Pint Hah WWW Kaicchiiji •_,ll. l......................Fort Utml.-r.lnJ. KtMiatr Itorci-YK Fa kick ! •...................................Cliieflnml 78t; x i» i: it u it a i» u a t e s Jo«cril A. Falmome II I I’M............................Tampa J. Novo: Faxxixo, Jr. iik+ OC...................larkM-avlII Au.in W. Farabcc OC..............................Port Jljw Romxik II. Fauik, Jk. OC............................IVnm »l» Ouvrx K. Karikh OC.............................................Jay ThomahO. Farmer ka OC............................Ft. I-oml.rvUW- Otik Fakkixotox K2 2RAd..........................Ft. lj»u.|.-nl»lo Nokvai. M. Favuw IIK-l- 31 8.............................Ch-aiwnwr V. K. Kai um W...............................Clearwater Joketii K. Faykk 21................................Tnin|« Kuwari II. Faukitt +AO CK .............Waahinnton, | . C Kuoai I- FKlXnnu 2IW.................................OeaU Charles II. Fki.tox SChK...............................Tfcwralfr Knwix C. Fr.xrox SltAd............................Iiwlwonvillo Ciiarlek I.. FODGtKON AXA ItltAd................Tai|« ti Spring |)n-|«HT I.. FniilWN 21 ..........................I-ako Worth Konurr W. FmrH'hmX Ati 21 8.....................Wauehula Wiluam ». Pmurnox OC................................Miami .1 fjis I . Fixrii.i.. Jr. ATU BAd.................Tampa Thomas C. Ftkyie 21 ............................Kiaaimnxw J. S. Finn TK4 2KB.........................................Miami Wiluam J. Fiim SX 2llA«l.........................Ft. I «u ! t.Ulo Ciarur.lt. Ftkmmxo, Jr. OC....’................................(kw Ji'uax M. Fierro I An.......................................Tampa • TitnoooaK A. Fixer m tie.........................I alm BmA Roam K. Fixxey OC.........................................Wauehula LUOXAKH M. Ft Kill +HA OC........................Miami IWo h Martin II. Firhcr Bon OC....................Warhitinton, D. C. • Frank I. IVanahax, Jr. 8HAd..........................tiaiu« Ailk F u» A. Fi.AXHMiH.Ja. OC..........................Moore llntea Nu-xr.A I. Fleming SX 2I’M...................................Miami Tiiomak F. Fucmixo. Jr.. 2lt. .l..............Ft. l.an l -nlaU Khwakii II. Fixrrina SltAd....................... Ji«vn l « ro Thomak It. FLETCHER, Jr. OC...........................Gmiulmro Wiu-IAM S. Fu.frmu IC.................................Itartow J. Wesley Fly itX SIlAd...............................ZtIUihhI - 79 •I 1» E II u II A » I A T E S KDWAftb a Fooo. Ill non 1C...........................Miami III xr M. FinxiM 1IIAK................................Mavo Giijiiwt Komii . ••'..........................Miami K U Kihst vAK -ltA.1..................................Orate Kkuhxh K T. FhitIJ! SX -l» .......................Jaekauavlllo Ki.vmtii I.. K'WTUI Ki H'..........................Miami IlilHMii K. Kowi.lk “Ml.........................Imltt Itiiller J.ouiril Kkaiha » '...............................larkwnville Cm.iki.ex It. Fkukijn ox 4IC...............................Ft. Mi cm William j . hunx •; •............................................Miaul IIOMKM C. KkaXIIJI. Jb. 1(011 4i4'...............................Miami CuillAir I.. KREherkK 4i '...........................1 11111:1 Ionia s, I.. FV.ii.uin : vX ;:n. »....................................Xapl«« ‘■'••K V. Kri.»MAN SX •»4’............................1‘uiiuina Citv l(o»rr. T. Kkmwas KA •H A«I.......................................Tam| u M o.ton A. Krie.miu:g +|IA » ‘.............................larkfuivilte Kr vr N, hutlim K 414'............................ Itra.lmton Ki.uin 4’. Kkv x+ »’...................................Miami IIaeky Kksijtt FRY. Jr. 414'............................Miami Kanhaij. A. i'n.n . G4 .......................... IIenjamin 4'. Y. Kn.i.ut JCVK.....................Tnllalu. . v Wai.i.hi. K. hiu 4M'................................Clearwater Havii. T. Kikhell KA -IK..................................Miami Jamgk It. FVkxm.i. 414’..........................Ili-|i Spring IIenry 4 . Pitch K2 SAs..................................(laiamville Mirj.ii.I. 4 . KiTY'll l. u...................................Staike I.iiiiemi: IE. Oaiikl il+ CM'..........................Orlaa.lo l»llx A. 4I.1ITAMX SIIAil......................................Miami John M. Oai.hkaitii. Jk. 2Ag......................High Spring llrantY K. GvlJC tiC..............................JarkaoRVillc JaMKK 4 . ClALK 4il'.....................................Tampa Jamkr M. 4Iaij: SCK....................................Kulntka Thom AX K. Galt. U4'...................................Tampa Wil l iam J. IIai.i: “As.............................IVlatka Milton T. Gallagher i«-k i’Ar..........................Dover IlHUMXT Jay 4Jantw noil 410............................Tampa - XI) -II X l» i: IK P IK A l» U A T E S Jamik J. (i.»XTT, Jr. ♦a«» .'tliAd.................S«. Auswlinc I’APt. (Iaui.ij; TIM- I I'M..................................Miami MaXICI. M. GaRCIA II........................................Tam pa KaKL (I, GAROXKR 4 AO -J..............................lark««nviU - I AVIH S. (iAKMN iH'hK.................................Cloiwiilfr K iir. V. GaulkK :U»A«I.....................Coral (5 !.J«-. IIabom Gaukitt GO...................................llaiui" City lliSAANixr. (I. (IxciiU'K +KT GO...................8t. IVlri»i«ur Martin Gary 2IIA.I........................................Itt.«.k»»ill.- MaIIO; I.. i. RV 21.A.............................................(Vain .1 »»aa !«» T. GakKINh Sit Ail..................................Arrnilin M MU'rx G anion £| (50...................................Ilivirm, CaUi Ill s II. Gai tiia; SBA.I.................................Minim Ktam.lv II. OaYUihii SI M................................Tnm|«a Milton 0ays ♦jia GO............................. Miami IVarli John T. Gi:» GO.....................................G«in«nvilU» WlMJAM 0. Grr. GO......................................Gainravill Nl. K I). Gluhoi: SIIAil............................. |«l:wliioola Walt K. Gnusut 2ME......................................OiIiumIo Iaht Glkmain 2MK.....................................Jacksonville Dr.ix U Giiiiih -l-BA SIIAiI................................Jiiekaoitvllle Wii.i.iam W. Gians uka GO.....................................Gniii -» illo Monrut. O. Gibwin 2UA.I.......................................TmII Iil».».v Fliicii 8. Giuiixt. Jr. ||K+ IL...............................Inck-nrivillo 1.1'KoV It. Gll.t'X KA GO....................................Tampa K. Frank Gii.i.ihnr, Jr. (50...........................1 -o.lmr;; GolilaiN I). GlLIJMillAM 2ltAil.................... Miami llrnrli Jack a. GiijxiN 2I'M.......................................Banfoul Kiitiakh A. Gii-miN 2ME....................................StimM Gnu. I . OLA Hull (50....................................Tampa Oiianlky s. Gunn 2Ak................................IIomm (or«I Jack K. Gukm n 2KA.I..................................Ilrwlealoa I'. Ki;ii»jii K Gm mb ::I18........................Oof.-mit drove GroYKX O. GiRf AR • SOK..................................I.akdan.1 Koiit. K. Gooman (50.........................................Miami Gio. II. GotoriN SltA«l................................Vx»« l ark •81 I X I) E II a IK A II U A T E S Auto II. GOHMCRT, Jk. SBA-I.......................Jacksonville KotuxT G. Qom.hakt SI .............................Gainesville Jerky It. TK+ ( .............................I'nkokiy Komi V. (»«u » GC................................... AJUOX OaU r..NHJtXX TK4- SBA«I......................Miami Mani'ij. Gom»:x («’...................................Miami .loilN M. (hiXATiw AXA GC.....................T»»|«» Springs I Iiary K. floxuiJ] 5I'M.........................iVnmrolx ItUiiXAUi V. Ih«k «i:k.u GC............................SI. I'l'ln liurt; KakkiI.o K. Goobl.sa IlKN SBAil.......................Went ll m li JaMKM It. l «MiHOX( .III. .’lltH........................... i»iin-« ille Ommioi: R. On WIN -lt. l...............................Ft. UiKli'nlxlf Kari.i K. l' l»X, Jr. SOiK.............................I'nmnil.i 1Iaroi.Ii M. I!uu«i TK+ CM .....................Wwl I'alni IU-n.-li JAMKM It. (IdRMLKY UBS..............................Omnifl IVnch John K. (»i««iias II ................................ Princeton Alvis K. Gockma 4KT SHArt....................St. Pelentan; Wii.mam M. » »3t UK A Slt. «l..................Clwrmln TitmiMiRK J. Guam 1.1 +ao “Its....................T tu| :i Auikkt V. (iiunuiu ♦am GC....................Jacksonville IliKTOS W. Graham GC..............................Naranjn G. Graiiam :tltA l......................Itnolrnton IIksry II. Graham .tits........................Gaiuoville IlnutiKT II. Graham GC .............................Xaninjn Jons H. Graham GC....................................JarktonvilU- Lrytik V. Graham IIKA H ............................Gainesville Thomas A. Graham .tlt.Vil..........................Si. AuKortine WllJUW S. Graham .IRAd................................llra.IenU.n Rorkrt I.. Gran one GC...............................Kissimmee lltxM im.i. U Grayi k. IBM.....................Tnllaliii IIardy Gray 2Ar..................................Tnllnlinasee Howard ||. Gray GC......................................Coruo Ai.mh G. Green MKN 2CK.........................SI. lYteretarj; Ci KTIK J. Greks M ..................................UoliWIa Jack M. Ghees IIKA SI»A«1.........................Tallahassee John M. Geeks ka tl...............................Port Orange wk IIO 1 a| 4 ta - mr; a a a a m A A -AAAm i kM a m lO. Ml o M C AM ft Am a f u o. f S u 13 -- « Mi o $ a dk o ( S m a m a a thdtik a i a Atm, £t a JM 8 2i: » k n u ii a i» v t i: s Hov D. Grrrx 00....................................BrlleGIrdo WiVTUX 0. Okrkx GO...........................Gnron»lioro V. V. GrKC GO................................(invimlioiii Geuck fluxXlDDQ TK -I'..................... Vr l I'llm Ibwlt I.i»xaki (iiHMiun TK-f GO.........................................Miami Gower. C. Ok»:»:x» rx 21 .........................................Ori.b. IIowaui. V. flun GO.............................................Ilimi't IV»xx X. (iutumv i»X « ’.......................................Tbiii| ;« IIaukijct S. Grewwy 3KK..............................TkllnhuMXA Kmhkiit K. Grr-Miuix AXA 2118........................UrV-.nvillo WALTKX l . ONirrtX lIJi II .........................BrSMl.-nU.il Kk»i» I). Grimm 1BA.I.........................Wort I'nlni IWwIi • Josrm K, (iKli.NHV A2+ -II 1 1.........................Orlnn.l.. dMHilR R, Qkiuni K£ GO.......................Wi-.t I )i1m Rearli William C. Grime go....................................I’r1m«tn JriJAX L. r.KiMiKT.vrr W............................larlMintilhi • Ki.urx V. Grew 2BA.I......................................Coml Gmblw Stanley 8. Gbokykxok 2J........................... JnrL-.m-illo Wiujam II. Gkcmhu.s jfAK GO..........................Ihinrollvti Thom am A. Oiirxurjj. 2I M........................1 1111111 GonU • I'USIK I). (IriXNKCY, Jr. 11 k. GO......................OHaoilo Herman Grxnx KA 00....................................TallahaMWi Kmory Grv .IKK.........................................o. kl»n.l l mrk Jamem C. Ovtynn KA 21................................TrlUhr» »x! • Jamem A. IIame GO...................................Hi.nl Oiiv Jamem G. IIailk 2AK 2BA«I............................G Ihp»yIIIp Nkai. K. M aim.i . Jr. GO.................................Min mi John 8. IIair ♦ao 2MA I.....................................O11V Jamem K. Hairk G .................................Iju.ncy Noaii J. II aiahaiox 2B8.... ..................... FW» J. IIaw. A24- GO...............................T ni|« Kt»o:i.i. II. IIALL 4-KT («‘..............Wort Putin Borrh • 8AM J. Hall ATA SAB................................PonwroU Oil Arm: M. Hau.makk ATA 20 K.....................IVwwool William A. IIamiltox. Jr. KOII 21.............Jrokf-nvilW. WoocmimP. Hamilton KOII 2BA«I.................Jrrkr- nvilk 83I » k n a it a ii u a t i: s TllOUAM K. II AM MOT ! ’..................................Orlan l « lit kiuxi. F. IIawo.v 3MK......................................Miiai Wii.MAM W. llAMrrox «. K 3HAd...........................(lainreville RiniAkt) K. II.AUiurK GO.................................Okrreholtne A. IIani CRT.............................Oalnraville Jnlis K. IIaMY ;«’.................................Non Smyriiii Mai'RIO IIynk- IKK.............................SI. IVterelxirK Wii.mam Y. C. IIasni m iika -I’M..........................bulls Jrw A. llAMUIW (1C........................................Ora 11, It-.A I). IIanm.n CM!.............................Gallons IU-ih'Ii (limi J. IIau m» CM ..............................I«nk - Woiili Oakv a. IIaki.m 2 It Ad...................................Trratoti IiiuMam A. IIai:i»y ••".............................Iark »uvillr Is. II |.M«|. Al l (K ...................farkaonvillr llvuox II. IIAKU-VM, 2HAK.............................Gainesville T m II. II aki ».v X -ItAO.................................Miami Id s IIaukix lAg...............................Lake Ciljr Wai.tkk II. II yckk.ix, Ji;. .ill:.................UkHuil Wii.MAM II. IIaumj. 2Ar........................live Oak Ka« A. IIauuxoton .».kt IIIA.I.....................Miami ! ■»' » 11. IIasrim IIKA 21 .............................CWtwal.r i'llARUX W. IIauuk ♦AO 3I»K..........................Gaitirevillr Fkaskijn K. IIauik soil IHAd.........................laekaonville •Ion I . IIakkim vN -HA,I.......................st. [Vtereliurji Fkan -im H. IIaKRJKUX ♦AO T»IUI,u«..x- Ili.vav O. ll.uoiiMo.v 2IIAK.................................Sanvwm Kknsi.hi F. IIakkihon G !....................................Geneva J'UIS K. IIakkimun A2+ GC................................Ft. Finer WlMoX II. IIakkimi.v iA(!.....................................j,v Gdc aU» R. IIakT X SAJI.............................larknotinllr IIkskx L Hart AIT K .......................................Foley I’ai i. F. Hast 2A................................OiibmmI IWnrh l v MAN }- Makki.ix, Jr. 3IIA.I.....................Gainesville Knwix W. II AMTISilS . XA GC...............................IV»ry .Ions U IIavii:HTtrK IIK4 1118.......................Feraaiwllnn Haoiu. M IIawkink 20»B..............................|.nkc Werth 84V' X 1) K IK ii IK A IK IT A T E S (His I . IIavxinx s. K OC.........................larkwiiitillr IVisaik T. Hawley 2HH................................llant Pitv Frank O. IIat SBAd.......................................AUrhiu Calvin K. II avion tioll OC........................lark» nvUU Jons It. Ilors 21(8.................................Kov Wot Caikvuj.i. IIaynem, Jr. £AK 2RA«I...................Jacksonville John F. I., limit IIK+ 2PliK......................Jacksonville Fuimxic C. IIumuik. Ju_ ATtl II...................Jacksonville IIixhikt limns TK4- 2HA.I....................Miami Itcnck Wuurm II. Wow, Jk- 2ChK..............................Dnnia RaLTII W. Hum OC................................ von Park Pi:n I). Ilr.i.u JX « ............................Miami ClXIL A. IIi:m ixw s 2. ........................Oalncnrillc Marvi.v H. Ih: hixsov llK-l- -HA.I....................Tamp I’.UL M. IIeniokkon IIKA -HA.I...................I.akclatul Ol.AM M. IIeXIHUCEnoS 3Alt............................Miami KCKKELL W. Iltximv H OC............................Tam|K» Piikimtiax I IIkskel OC........................llomcatcaJ Aasic I- IlKN'UV (II ....................ItoFnniak Spring 11 khixt A. II EX LEY SAk...............HeFuniak Spring. Jo«xni F. Hex xi xerox OC...........................Tampa AMJCX l». IIkxrv ♦AO OC...........................HolljwJ CllAKMX .1. III.VRY ♦AO 2BA«I...............St. AufcuUtne Wii.uaM M. IliiSKY 2X 2Aj .....................MoiiImyIIo I’aI'I. C. IIt: si s OC.................................Palm Valiev OsiomM I . HotXWN ♦KT HI .....................................Saafonl Wiluoi: K. lln:SOON i K 2|»Ail..........................IncluMUiville Hoy HrjiKlt ♦itA CSC..........................................Sanford Koht. S. IIkwitt OC............... .Ioiis A. Hey 01’................. James 0. IIii'Kman 3HAK. J.tuis l . IlkKA 2KK.............. .. .Owlmwille ........Foley .Miami Beach .......Pierre •Vonn II. IIUiitEl ♦AO 2HA«I......................Iark» .iivillc Kdwaiui K. IImiitoudi 21 ...............................Marianna Bex II. Iliu, Jk. «♦! 2BAd.................................Tampa Pol.emas IIixtox ATO SBAd...............................lakeland - X5A T i: s IT X l i: IK - IK A II I 1’rxi-v U. Hinton 2IW.........................I.nkrlan.1 (iIWUir, W. IliRNru ♦Hi «! ’..................(iulnmillr Fu M 11 ikon n, Jr. ♦io CM’....................IwkMmilk lt« nn:T K. HrmiicocK AI’I IC..............winter Harm t'l-Vw; II. Hoskm il L’A........................(Sninentilli' Jamik ’. Hums "HIM.....................................SnraiU Milton V. IIoimikox 2AII............................(I»inmil|p II MVM.it If. IIomman .'HIS.......................Winter 11 men (X ii. K. Ilooan ’ItA.I........................MuiiiKoiiii'ry, Ala. I(ont. II. Hoki.. Jr. ♦AO (M‘......................IxtuUville, Ky. (ilXNJOr. I. lloiJtr.R (M'.............................Jurk n -till Unkinci K. Hoiaii.k SIWK....................................Oninmille Si'akKman Holding IAg........................................Dania JaMI-S N’. Il'M.I.INOHtVOKTII (i .........................NornlCV (’lIMTTWt . HoU nrAV t(’..............................C’lormnnl KM.in lloi.M'MR, Jr. 2MK.....................................Miami Al.Riarr A. llol.T UAH.............................l:irk ..io illc ri.r.AKANT A. Holt ZX 3HAd.........................Jnrknunvillr Thomas W. IIoi.t ♦Ad 'JIIAtl..........................Jm-kwiiiillc Charm W. IIoma 1 »:♦ 2AII...................................Miami ClIAK. I . lli-iKm (H‘..............................Wot I’nlin Iknrh l-»J llorrrn :x «A.......................................Jarksonrille Ituvrnn s. Ilorrm i( .....................................ll Urvicw 11 i»:ii»kt J. lloRoum TIM- lie.................................Miami K» n»,tii J. Horton ATA AC...........................I.ake Worth Tiiomak J. Horst: CK’....................................Ihitiolin 11 i: kv llorsKR ♦AO K ..............................Jacksonville W» u:v M. II'M'RTOX OC ..............................Winter I’urk Jl'I.IAN It. lloWARIi || k A JIIAil LlJON I’. lloWAKti Alt A.I....... Harmon V. Ilowt CIO.............. CuriOt M. IIowki.l Al .......... ..........Orlamlo ......Jacksonville Wot I’nlm Itork ......JurkMinrillf JININ NY I.. Il'iWIU ANA OC........................riiatlahwlKe lli-NKY S. llovrisoN OC............................Jacksonville John W. Ilowxr "ItA.I..............................(laincvvillc Marion O. Hick X SBA«I............................Jacksonville 8 6U II E IK ii IK A II IT A T E S l'.u i, M. lummox 4KT 20B...............................Hanfonl I’ACL B. Ilrrr AT A 2Ak.......................Wcat Palm lWtirh Jamm K. lliTTMAX 2HAK.............................Ptanta QorUa Jamix W. Ilt’ciirs OC.....................................Miami ClIAK. II. lli'U'IIKX 2BA«l..... Bnnik L. Ill ij. i ........... KirilAMi W. Ilri.i. GO.......... 11 MKT V. Hl’Ml'ltEirx 4-KT 2MB • lUrrox W. llrsurxMAKK SAi;... Wuj.mc I). Hunt 2118............ Habou» K. Ilrxra 1AB............ Jam ix C. IIcnter a TO II....... Ikaitona lU-Ai-h 1 1. IJiii.Irr.lal.' .... IlnMiknvilli' ........ .Ortamlo .Ftdfnl Polat ... .Cl.-nt water ____GalMvvill .....Tiurrnkr Jamix K. Ilrvm H4K 3J..............................Tallahamn Wiluam F. Hi .ntix, Jr. KA -I.........................Tani| n Victor C. IIikuuii sak GO.....................Wm l alm lu-m U Hour. . IIitciiikox 2BAK.........................GainncvUI C’iiai'Xcky K. Hyatt 2ltA l..............................Tampa Jack IIvmas TK4 2I»M.....................................Tampa John I1. IItman, Jk. KA .Ills.....................Itartovr Clarkxck F. IlYR.vr GO...................................Miami KAi.ru H. Incur ATI! IK.........................jRdumivUle Frank s. Inman OC.............................Jartoontillc GDMooe A. Ikkai:i.. Ji. N 2MB........................TrnnjMi ICoatXT II. Ivi.v A TO 2111 1..........................T»»ah Wiluam K. Ivr OC........... Ai.mii:t J. Jackson OC.... Nihton c. Jackson SIW.. NVuomuw W. Jackson (1C. . .IxVclmwl , ...Jupiter ..... liainmilk' Kkmat J. Jaiymik 2HA«).........................Jacksonville 9TAXLCY J. Jacdok OC...........................Jacksonville Wiluam E. Jaoory TB4 OC...............................Miami Root. Z. Jr.NKIXK ATA 2BA«I.............................Jay I’acl X. Jewett SAB.................................UwlfjT Wiluam F. Jiiui okt "J........................Jacksonville Clypi: C. Johnson I I’M...........................Eviaaton Baku: H. Johnson 4KT 3BA«I.....................D»Uitd 8 7 •IT II l : I| ii IK A II IT A T E s (iOtUON (', JollNxON SAg....................................Itakrr ll.lUY I or. JollMu.N I'.IMI South Itor Oramlo Jamkx M. JoilMMtN |Hill -J..........................Ia kjuinvilli John S. John non tit ..................................I’lnnt City l.l »YI U JoiiNK iN OC..................................l-argo Mt-MlLLty II. Joiixnov 2A........................BrniU, I ml inn Wll.M AM A. JfiNNWiN -HA«I.................................Luke V«.rtk WlMJXM K. Jull.NNUN...................................lUil vnic Knursb C. Johnston 4KAK.. lloWAKO It. JolIXWTON "JltSAK. John A. Joiishtos SBAd....... Kiinutt 8. Joiixktox ItllAH.. . Kl»»iHHII«T . KiwiBiiuf .... Wnllmi .... Wnltwi Knxr.vT I.. Join or. Jn. tit . Antih'R P. Jonix .tits... Char. M. Joxm 4B8............. Fnr.il II. Juniji AT A -Alt Minim Spring St. IVtonOxirg ... .ISniin,«xilW' ......t.Vntury IIakoui 0. Jon I . Jr. 4K OCT.............................Minmi J. llAI TKN .IONl 3ltA«l................................KumiiIi Jami K. .Ionim J|lA«l...................................SnmoHn JAMf.t II. Jonrx 2Ag................................(nrkaonvill John V. Jonkm 4R SIlAil...........................Orlnmlo I.AKAYrrrr W. Jokm II ...........................Monlirvllo Tiioman II. Joxrx. .In. ka OCT...................Wntirlmlii WllJJAM J. JoyiJt IIKA SB Ad..................... xom l nrk Wali.ai i M. .lon-ixo, Jr. ka -,lt. .l..............UkeCHjr Aimiri: W. Jordan. Jr. ||KA -Alt..................Orarwnti-r Root. H. Jordan 4BA SBAd...............................Minmi Chakijm W. JoNf.iMl SChK.........................jRrkMMvillc I.ihsau II. Jukkcii 21............................Bronx, N. Y. . S. B»«uk Kao an IRAK......................................Kt. Uym Artiii'h M. Kahn TK4- «! ’.................South K»ll»l iirg. X. Y. Iti RTON 8. Kahn TK4 SBAd...............................Miami llcnrh II AKKIHON Ik KAIJIAI'H 2lt8........................Man.il.v A l»R I.. Kami son TK-R tit .........................Orlnmlo Cu.VTos M. KaMINIK ANA SAB...................Tni|—n Spring' Path Kamo SIIS................................JnrkvonvilU - XX -v x » i: it a it a » r A TEN Kkuin I . KaXTok ♦ha 2HAd..............................Jifbonvlllo Milton M. Kapus tits.........................................Miami I’lliur Kafux SCbK...........................................Miami Gkoroi: V. Kaknan. .Ir.. OC........................S (dy ll.iil« r A ETIKE K. H aunt ♦ KT 2A(...........................Orlando I‘avi. II. Kalk-tmt OC.........................l-akr City Jieome 0. Kakh ♦BA 1IW........................8l. Aajpwliiu WlUJAM K. Katzmiyik OC........................New Smyrna FUXCIK Kearney r. K GC.................................Tampa John F. Keknc k.I OC...................................Tam|« AlHUYN I Kkm. SMK...................................Paialey I Its BY A. Km. 1111 1............................1‘ai»ley I'atuk k 1. Keel SHAH...................................Faialoy OSCA J. Krjtr GC.......................................Marianna Ciiahlzk C. Kkimunu AIM- «(’.........................Jacksonville Ouvrx F. Kei.i.ek ATA 2 TiK.........................larkronville RoWKKT I). Kii.uk aTA JMK.............................I Hi not in Hi.mm: K. Kelley +KT 2BAd.............................Jack»- nv1lle IIaroui W. Knjay 2KK....................................Cnryvillr Hr stick Kelley KA Of..............................Galnewrille Ika M. Kelly.y K2 OC.............................SeKrinjj Kkitii V. Kelley SCbK........................Hopewell, Vl Maemiex Kelly- aT« JHAd.............................Tnmpa Kay monk I.. Kfnnehy OC.........................St. (load William S. Kenniky SX OC........................Iack nrille Tik.mam f. KrxXINOTON »’K......................I’atiama City Warwh'K F. Kenney III 1 1................Green Core Kpringa A. Cijeton Kkiihy ♦ao 2111 1.................. iaiiK- Aille Ku-iiark W. Kevin aXA SMK.............................Orlando John- l». KiiKtjoiitir IIK+ IHAd.....................Kataaotn Harry J. Kirum JAK SHIM...........................»1, IVw I.Eiioy K. Kimri.e 2IIS............................Titusville A Kill'Itv M. KIMKKM'OH SAg.....................Milton Charles l . Kime SAe...........................Orlando Kpwajui L. Kino 2HS............................Windsor Henry I.. Kino GC..............................Arcadia - X'J -r ii i: A T E S IK ii IK A II I Hilton L. Kino OC...........................ladwoiivillc JACK Kino 3CK................................Oraad Ridfc JamemO. Kino k. -ltA«l............................OiUmki Jaum X. Kino £KK..............................JarkmnvIlN- JETTON Kiso, Jr. ATO OC................................Tainj. William V. Kino IK.....................................Windsor WauhuiaK I . Kis je 2CfcK............................Ft. Myers Wu’KLirrr I . Kieiit 2 'K........................Itrn ir»ti ti Krnemt It. Kirkland. Jr. OC..........................Tampa Jauia l . Knrrt.i.v OC...............................Miami IJCbANP J. Kitchen OC............................Ft. Mur» Thom AH A. Kumm OC.................................La taml Kenneth W. Kl stz -MK.............................J k«iavill ’ Khuajc II. KLi’ErmLAEiH) -A.................Jark o viIl Dalton V. Ksixmiiaw has; 3 Ay........................Ilnulcnton Avuv C. Kxioirr (M ...............................Iliyli spring Kotami II. K.moiit -MK.........................Jacksonville Jamek C. Knkiiit SaI M ..............................Miami Lamar L. Knniiit 4KT 3118........................Oalnoville Tom Kxonit X4 OC.................................Vuikrotown ITrman T. Kwh. Ill mill OC..........................Daytona iWtrch Wilajam 8. Kocii ax 21 .....................................Aremliit Howell K. Ki rr AXA OC..................................ll»mot ii l Krnkkt W. Krkiikk a Til 2Ak................................ .T»n»|Ki Iiuac It. Kkk.vtxman. Jil II...........................Milton Walter J. Knol oc....................................FRvoritn John Kroni ne»11 TK oc................................Miami L M’ih D. Ki !• :•; SIN JAg........................M»nti «llo 11 roo J. Kimmix 1 |!...................................I’ulntka SAMl'Ei. K. l.irKCV OC.................................Ht. Cloud Warner It. I.acklano SIX 3BA»I............................IVtand IkxtlDl T. IaAIRP +KT OC..............................IaIw Oil; John It. Lake OC....................................Wot Hay l liail S. Lamh OC................................Laki' Mary Kit'HAR L. I.amet 2CK...............................MulU-rry ItCNNKTT La.NO, Jr. AXA 0 ..........................A|Ki|.kn • 9 0 •A T K S I X l» i: IK ii IK A II II Al.UK l . Laxly •MIA or........................IVtiKifola KkaXK !.. I.am: ATO -PM...........................Tamjv Julian It. Lane aTU 3HAJ.........................Tan.|i Mmkiii LaNCNIJL. (iC.....................................Jr Baal I KlXNAJUl J. LaXOSTOK A2+ OC....................................l.aW.Un.l II vkky L. Lakuh ♦KA 2BAd.................................Jark.tvj.vllU IIkkman It. I.mm -mia 3BA.I.................................l rk»on illr Ciias. It. L. kxiti:i: OC....................................Oainoavillc Ji'ioioN II. I- knit : 2Ag...........................Ontowrillc J. S. I.M'iomi.m K 3A...............................Iru-kvniilU RICHARD Leak ♦HA IK ...............................Miami Itrark Cvktik V. l.i'E OC...................................Onlbonillo James T. I.IKOTT Hull 2MK..........................Miami llinil.li X. Ijitmas C.C..........................Inrkaoiirillr Wiiitxev K. Lklanp 2AI1......................Univowily ('jdi|hu John 1 . Lr.MAX -IK................................Jark onvillo Wilijam M. I .KM AN OC..............................Jacksonville IU T. It. LixiNAKP OC...................Ft. I-mi.IrrdaU- Thomas A. Leoxaiu 3J.....................................Milton Alva ll. Lenox 2118.......................................Valiko KmaXI’IX Lkvknmox -UKA 2HA«1.......................l »iton.i lWnrh Konrr. 8. Levin tm- OC........................................Miami Roar. II. Lkvumix OKX 3A...........................St. IVtrr burs Stanij-.v It. Ixvimi TK C..................................Miami Ai.nntT M. Lewis jx JA............................Panama City AKTIIl K J. Lewis KA SHAil............................Marinr.un Kmmctt M. Lkwik 2Ay.................................Hay Spring Hill C. Lewis +KT -’I I Ad...............................Inaper JOHN I). U.wu 2BA.I.....................................W«t l aln. Brack Paw ii J. LEWIS OC.............................................Itaj-ila.l Jack It. Limn: 2HAd..............................................Karuutii Walter W. Ijoou.i. huh OC...................................lin-kwnt ill.- JoilX C. Uxpixmax ATU IC.........................Lake Wak II miry L. Lim.kkv 2A...................................tliam WiLt.tr: l». Links 21.................................(Juiarv KkNKjit W. Linkky OC.............................Zr| kyrkills -HI-I ii i: IK ii IK A II I' A T E S 4 iiah. II. Lutlkjoiin iika 00..........................Clearwater IC"HrxT It. Livduy SAB 3AB............................Jaek avlHe Doxam W. I.ijt f SUM.....................................TrlWmww John I . Ixorv 4KT 2L.................................l i»a»|»aiio Mrj.vi.s Lomu. SAL...............................Oniiilwood, X. J. KaYMosu 4 . I nKE IS4 .............................Ml. I’tirnlHin! IIi.nkv V. Ijuan 41C....................................ljik« Un l JjU'XltOM A. I WAX OC.....................................Toiii|«t Jolts- It. 1 ua.v 3KK..........................................Orala Kumr. J. I»sg SK 2111 1...................................Lake City Jamb If. l »x« or.............................................Gretna Jons II. lyisu. ox -U...................................lark»o«ville Wiij.iam l . I N«. IIKA 2IKA I.. IkXWT liOHNI, JR. OC.............. IIiunry M. 1 mr, Jk. k. IHA I.. John | i 't 4-ao OC............... . .Gaianville .......Iloarry ......T»tn| : .JarLuiRvilli Marcaiii. T. Ij vr. 3Ax.............................Tnllalmaw Ji urn I.. Ijoitx II .........................Tar|««ia Hiring Ei ucxK C. L wi. 2PM.....................................Miami Wiijjam K. I»vi OC.......................................Miami Kc . X. 1 iWEIi. in: 2AII............................Taltalinaxv Hour. K. IxiWCY 4 04 ...........................Ft. LioiIi’kIrIp KuJOTT Ii. LtlYI.KKKa Jr. 2CIiK..........................Areaalia DvrtoHT K. I.itam , l’l 2Ag.............................BrmWwtoa ArtIH'K l.t'KOTKI 04'....................................Plant City AMVID F. I.rst OC..........................................Key Wow llisnv C. Ll'SKruco 2 A a........................ Ilnine City WllJJAM C. I.YLU 04 .................................SummerlleM Jolts 4 . I. TIJ. X 311 PI.......................Ka t lj»ke Wiij.iam O. Lytm: SAB 2A ........................Jaekaonville David MrAsaij.y OC.................................Melbourne Wiij.iam If. McArtuir o. 454 .......................Melton II M. II. McCauiirkk 30.K........................Ukelanl Myron W. MiCau. 414 ........................Hivwtoa, Ala. HAMt'KL L. McCaLL KA 2CbK........................t uiney J. Horton McCAMrarxi. sak 2!lA l........We»t Palm iu »rli 92A T K S IT A II i: It ti IK A II I Howard 1 . MacCaktiiy SKK... John M. McOaktiiy 2 k SAB. Bihiioi MrCu'UY CM ........... Kverkite K. McOi.ruaN OC.... ......Tntii| a ..II. I’ifW ., Mniitirvilu Un it K. Mi ‘ij:i,i.an GO.................... Mnntirrllo Wiijaui 0. M( 'uu.i:n + SAB...................Inokwnvilk OUYTOX I . McOoru, Jr. SAB......................TallahuM« Jamm U. McOn. SI’M........................iwl Ibxrr. 1.. McCrary II..................................GrRccrillc Frank I . MiOraw iika SAB...................(Imii -»villi- Bt’mr McOruxiruii GO.........................................(Vth John II. McOvu h'rii flO M!..................J rk-oavillo C i BTIK A. llrllAMU. SB Ail.......................Lin (tali A i.ick F. MacDonald (1C............................Olc«r«Rlcf FkU» l». MrlNiNAI.il 10..............................Wnurlmla (iEn.oCY MdMXAU IIKA SI .........................Kitw Junction Markham. McDonald atu GO M«iNRi»: K. McDonald SAB SrlillRR Howard 1 . MacDonoi'oii 3MK .larkwoivill • OllAKIJM l . McIViVYAU. GO JaUU M. McKmmy KA SB Ad Hurt. II. McBwan k. IBM Jahia l . McFarland irk GO Orlando Daytona Beach • Bus o. M«Oaiiky s. k C Rotrr. J. MiGaiii.y :,VK SBAd Loyi-h II. McGee a2-» «• ’ ALLEN J. Mu Oil.i.. Ill , |’|‘ SAg Miami Miami St. Auguatinc Havih II. Ma«Gii.i.ik IK..........................Jacksonville T»:l» M«-Gkavii a TO GO.......................Ft. My»r» lUwck William J. MiGiire SAB...........................Si. August ine l.» K. McIi.vaini: mill M .......................Jacksonville Ciiar. A. M Intiumi OC..............................I » l«' City lll’HHUJ. II. Mi INTIIMI SBAK.....................I.ak ‘ Worth .Ions J. McIntyre GO......................Oli »mni r Oi rtik A. 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A3XMMJK II »wr l-n»H......................iv.IS zs .v ««M ||V "A ' r-(Vi.) a'»w «»i.i............................iivs ajm iv a taitrr n i v 11 ii rit a v i sal vU X l» k it a it a ii i; A T E S Richard II. Makkixax (K’ . •I mn K. Makkiiau, .III. K2 Sidney l Makkiiau. 2Ag.. Artiutc L M artin (IO.... .....................Kart I-ake «C.............WMhinstoa, I). C. ......................Gi«v»vlll ............ W« »t I'altn llrarh It nixt Martin lion 3KK..........................OiUikI» Howard K. Martin £. k 04 .......................OLrtr water CiiarIiKM l . Mason 3MK.........................(.‘Vnmii'r Howard K. Mahon ta SHA I...........................Minwi Helmon Mahon 20E 2BA.I..................................Tnmpn William ( . Mahon iika go............................Snnt» ?a Jon. V. Makkky GO..............................Daytona IWar.S Komta K. M atiikwk. Jr. ’Alt........................K.-.Mi -V Wiujam V. Matthew 0.0............................. ............Ofow n.-ACRT S. MaTTIIKWH II..............................Jii.'lk.olit lllr Wool mow W. MatTI I KWH 2Ar.........................I'once «lr I .cm Wiluam s. Mai kkk IO...............................Hi. IauiItkIrIi' DONALD F. May KA 04‘..................................4{-iinry Jamu K. May 410................................Jacksonville Ji'dok J. May 4S4 ...............................Jacksonville Zoi.uk L Maynard 4KT 3IIAK.........................Orlando Wiluam T. Mayo CM’..............................SumwrfU-M Donald O. Mkaciikn cm:...........I ayt»nn lica h Ki.vriN II. Mkai owk ki JlllAJ..................Umatilla John K. Mk.voi.ky :’All...................Dnjlcim IWnrli David II. Mkanh £Ar.................................blr City Gborok C. Mkanh ks 2Ar..............................Oaincwrill Fred A. Mkatyard Hull II...........................Oainrstille ILhiixt W. Muhtar, Jr. 414 .........................Hi. My« r Sidnky W. Mksdij.min TK+ GO......................TalUh.i ■ • «• Kmu. K. Mknui: i»KN 2KK.........................InekmitYUle 4‘uvrnr. J. Mnun: 211 A !...............................Minim KmmaM'KI. W. Midiii 21 ..........................Vv.m Pail John II. Muuix 2N ." lt. l.................................Miumi Tiiomas . Merchant 3Ali.................................MidH«»u Tim l». MnxiLL 2IIA.I.....................................Pnlatkn Axoi'H C. Merritt -IKK................................Osiucavill - 9 5 -1' X II K It ti It A II IT A T K S Admhov L Mown XAK 3B8................................TbIU1i-i .v Kov K. Mh'iiaki., Jk. (JC............................I«akr Worth K •Hijtr II. Mkkuk OX 3IW............................TalUilttuuiv Pai l Miklix CK?...........................................Ovinlo Auvn Mi luck ♦AO tK?..............................JarkwarlUf Ai.nu II. Mii.i.m: XX 2IIA0.....................fulwomilic Caki acton II. Mll.i.vk oX IK?...............IVIMiiwk IVlUiUlH' V. Mi lux (it'..........................TaIUIhuic II. Dale Mii.ijx XX IK?.........................................Miami Look W. Mii.i.m: «'.............................................Jm.v Kxnijrr (?. Mi 1.1. mi ♦KT IK?..................... Hi. IWnJmrK K«mrt H. Mii.i.m: ♦BA M?...................................Ditaii.lo O Rckxkia K. Mii.i.m: 3IIAK..............................Boloon Parte HKYMotm M. Mtu.iK TKO SH»......................................Miami Vmisms I.. Mii.i.m: ATII K?.........................liii«»il»cJi«-n Waikino T. Miua xAK 2AII..........................Wort l »la» !kun h O ItAtnM: t . Mi 1.m« IK?...........................I l nt City n«AK 1.. M11.I.X KA ?...............................Tamjxt Lcmtm J. Miix AX 2Aj{............................Ctom City KiMintT II. Miwro.v XAK 2I’M..........................Mananmi .Inns M. Mimmn XX IK?...................... tlrjNuo: M. Mimk tit’...................... I.awktao W. Mimk iik V .” CfcK... Jimmo V. Mikakik XI -’HAB................... ......Oralsi . .Willinton .l t. IScrt ... .Taihjci .Im'K H. Mist .m: TF.+ «» ’.................Miami Kearh Kowaku P. Mirriiux ATA (KJ.........................Misioi •IAim W. Mimiru. tit’.............................MulU-ny Iakikv W. Mitviikm. tit’......................Ft. Mi'nilc Fai i. I . Mrtviuii. 2.1.........................IaWiwI K «ur W. Mm iiiu oX K?.......................Ft. Myrr Wimjam K. .Mm-nux tit’............................Minmi Jok M. Miakaiii Tl tK ....................lark-onvillr Vim ti. M « »,na tit ........................Winter Miner. Vii.mam K. Mukujs 2KB.......................Ht. AiijgiMlinp Kmii A. MuI.KIATIM. Jk. KX 2I M..........................Miami CjUtMM . MOXTALVO K’..................l,«KI,t l «lt«l Kill. - Ilf. -K S I II E IK 4 i IK A II II A T Wau-u'k M. Mo.VTtinMtKV. Jk. 2BA.I...........Miami lliiivi: It. Moody IIIA'l.........................Sunim-tMil Jamkx K. Moody. Jr. AT!! M'....................GaiiuraritU Jamkm 8. Mono IIKA ItBAd.........................Itanl City Cuvtun II. Mumi. Jk. ok X 2KK.......................Ja k»oavilU Fraxcm It. Mooki: (K‘..................................Ilawlkoia llol.MEH II. Moork 2BA«I............................JurkwiavilU John Mooki; .-.All.........................Itwn Itulon John l». , | i:r SIW......................................Om«vI» OR'ak K. ..............................Marianna Khii.mj I. Mikikk 2MK....................................Miami W11.1.1 AM II. Moron: 3i |{...................................Static IIakky V. Moon (M ............................. Winter l ark llowi: K. Morkihk k, Jk. k. 2B.V«I..............larkioavllk Norman l . Morchoi'hi: oKX OC..........................Miami Thomas II. Mokioko AX GO..............................Itaaia (iioKOi: In Morgan XI K-................................................Miami I.m:oy I . Mukius SAB.....................................1‘alo Alto, l' l. I'iiiiji' NV. M'Hu.an KX • '.................................. S«'l riiiK Nkijwx V. Mokuy, Ju. -.VI.I:......................................Mt. I Kira Wii.uam T. Mounts SX ....................................Tain|« Frank II. Mokkiso.n 2KK................................Hawthorn Wimjam J. Mount son. Jk. +KT 2IIAK......................Sanford Ciiaki.in K. Mi krow 2I M.........................Tnllaliaa»r«e Mattiii.w K. Morrow. Js. noil 2PM.................Jarfanavilk l it is Momovit 4IIA » ’........................ Jatbotnllk ClIARLCX K. 0(’.....................8t. AugUalllH Kos» K. VIowky o SAB.............................GaitMwvlllc JOIIX M. Mur 4CB.............. Husky K. Mrr.uj OC............ Ijui I). Mri.u.NH. Jk. ATU OC. Clvox M. Mi-i.uk OC............ .. IVl.an l .Iwlmrs l t. Mym ...Tam| t Jamix In Mi-xkoi. jjx 2KB...............................Kanuwtn Him an C. MrurilY SBA«I.........................W. IV- w burj; Pkan k 8. Mi KPHY ||KA 1CK.............................Ortan.lo Hinton XV. Mirk ay IIK 2PM..................DeFuniak Spring - 07 -(. It A I) I A T E S I X l» E It Jack W. Mi kray K2 3I)Ad........................Panama City Anmsrv I'. Mi .si.i.wnrrr. ♦KT .............Winter Park K. I . MYRRH Ki SCB..............................Koekloljt Wage C. Myekm, Jr. 2IW............................Ta»n|« • John M. JIyuck VC................................(ionxato P. J. N'aiiwh SBA.I.............................TaHaka '- K[ K Nk»t, Jr- OKN «C................................Miami llcnrk Wiujk It. Nmn ait lAg...................................tt. Pierce Vaij«» W. Xlikikk HIlAd................................I.nk -I nil K. Jack XriAox 2lt. d........................................btlmia ll"« MU' C. Xklmox IUS 3CK...................................Orbmlo Ja«C M. XltNON 9CK....................................(lain •aville K «ai.i:T i. Nelmon noil • .......................Miami Charles T. Newell » ’.....................W«H Palm Brack Kiciur» T. Neumann 2II8K...........................Mnnalro C. Newsome lAg................lUounUloin Jim.' C. Newsome OC...............................URinr»rllk (i.nim.v A. XielkI.n 2AK 2IIAd........... Vf»l Palm Brack liuiumui T. Nightingale x+ (»C................Hmionirk, ia. I.i.win s. Ximk (ic.................................(Itmial« • Mack I . Niven ♦KT 3BAd.............................Ihinotin John I . Nik u: 21...............................(luinoiillr Walter II. N« i.an AIT 2Ak......................lurkaonvillr lllIMUi J. XOKOMANX 2ltAd...........................Ik'lAlnl • K«M:aT C. NoHUN AIT 2A........................Winter llatrn W. II. Normas. Jil 2KK...........................Key V i NViu.uu Nokkih 2MU...................................Milton William A. Ncwiux (IC..................................Tampa • NVlLUAM IT. NORWOOD, Jr. SIJAd...................TallahnnM r (Iari'INm: It. Nottini.iiam. Jr. «. k .tBA.I.....Pi. Pierre John ll. Nottingham :ak 3l Ad....................Pi. Pierre Samvel O. O’IImyax, Jr. SAB............................Miami William M. O’Bryax ||A2 21........................Miami ANMtKW P. OVoNSEl.l. A Til (1C................Went Palm Brarh SncrilEN C. OTo.nmxl ATI! 2BA«1.........Went Palm Brarh JAMim M. OXIupy. Jr. ( C..........................Tampa - 98 -1 N II K II ( IK A II IJ A T E S Ki waiu II. O'Kmjj.y. Jr. GC...............J».-k»«.n ill JAJim K. O’Neal Ki GO..............................laik Worth Oari. It. OPT GO........................................Tn»|xi Maxwlli. W. OkKX OC......................................Miami Mn wi i M. Okhyitx TK OC.......................Miami Itcaeii Gixiroi; l». Okii. Jk. OX GC...............Pfcilmlrlphia, Pa. Alva W. 0 Hnxx GC......................................Lamiat PERRY K. OnTKKX SfllB.................................IttonM William A. Oktmk ata 3C1iK...................Jnrkxunilli- William It. Otto GC.............................Dmir City II. H. Ovix KA 3CK.............................TrIIhWaw ' Charlie II. Oiixuan, Jr. ♦KT 1VK..................Itindml Jam lx T. Ox»m» iiK'l' GO............................l,«v harK Mammon F. Pacetti SHAtl.......................St. AuKuatitir DaMKI. C. PaRCKTT 2IWK.................................Pah»k v William 8. Paoii 211 PI............................Ft. M w • Gixmmc 8. Palmer k. • !ltS....................TallakaMwv AI.IR»J It. Pankin OKA GC..................Jarluoavlllc Llewellyn A. Pankey GO........................Wot Palm 1 knelt Atnui It. Parker itoii 2A.........................Miami • Jao G. Parker ATI! 21....................Titlliik »M-v JCKMX W. PAKKIK 1PM................................Mirrnmtlkrv Tri man Park la 3A«........................................IWI G. II. Pakkisii XI.......................................Miami M. M. Parjumi. Jr. +ao !UIA«I.......................Gaiaovillo ItRNJAMlN W. Paetkirok, Jk. K2 SHAil...............Tallaka»»-v Lon O. Pakltti 2PM................................Gninovilli Joe P. Patrick. Jk. GC................................IVukkoIa Ji ll It. PAmxnos SS - ............................Miami John It. Pai l ox GO.......................Winter llavra I.ki.am 0. Pearce K2 GO..................IlcSoto City CllAKUX F. Pr.iKHoX GC........................lakrlaml • ClIARlXR It. PkarnoX GC..........................Sanford Wright I.. Pkakmix XO 3H8........................Miami Ktokne G. Peek. Jk. SAK I PM.......................Orala Vincent Pill A20 II ........................MHIxmnip - 0 9 It t. It A II I A T K S i: i » k Kaniuu II. I'rrrux iak 2HA«I..........................Miami I'lilL. C. I'r-VWJCTON K. JC...............K frt.v llnrlior WlIXIAM U PKSNKUi ! '................................Miami FuXIa It. I’rNMM.niN lIK-t- IK’...................I i-Jhijk Frank W. 1’i.mn CIO...............................TulInhuMn' Mvtii'N I.. I'rrrn: «MtA 3I A«I...............Dayton Ifc-arh ItuXTON k 1‘KXKISN ||KA 2HA«I........................Kanford Ob«ar K. I’taiKV AX A 3BA«I.....................JaeLsonvillr |JN»« M. l’MUtY UC..................................... MMvn (l A. II. Pl.TRK -XtS GC.................................Srliritii; William II. I'rmr. Jr. »C..........................Jorluoavillc I'iiaiua F. I'lrjOAON IAK 3|IA)I.....................T ll kaM « Caiuuoll I). I'iitj OC...............................Miami rm I.. I irm IK ...................................Vitw-n CakaxiL A. Pun IM!...............................SumawttfrM ClIANUX A. 1 «M R||. ::KI......................Cnior-willr Frank II. IW. 3AII................. John II. I'oi.attv IIKi' W......... Jamix J. PiiiiAKH IIC.............. Atki.Nv.ix K. IWnws. Jn. AX 10 • Wll.UAM k IVil'lMN ♦KT IK'... IUnjamix X. Iloril lltHK........... John ’. I iwt 80................. Jamks II. I'norMi 14K llllAd.... Oocmul .....l wlwj; ........Miami .....Wuiarl.ula ... .JarkMMivilfo ........Orlaiwlit I'ituUir li. I'n. .....I'laiit City ITi.Ykhix S. 1‘oktm: 2IIAK...........................Mariannn Warrick W. I'ixtij! “It. l.........................Tani| n Tiiomak V. Fomw SAK »C............................Tampa Au.r.x I.. I'ormm W...............................Waurlmlu HuuMXrr I'otxdk x+ (10....................Winter Garden ItutT O. I'owcll IK............................ ladno John A. hiwiw UAH............................Miami Kami. I . INowkm UltA.I......................Umatilla J.VMV.K K. I RATT |IKA SpAll..........................Mnnatiw John K. Pita iX 80.....................................Oraln WlMJAU II. I R ANTON 4-KT tW.........................Sanford Uh iiako M. Friiwitt s+K CSC.....................Plant City - lullII X l» i: IK ( IK A l II A T K S Wiixiam V. I’BH'i:. Jk. IIK4- SAB......................Miami Randall l . Priest Of................................Sanford Rhtiahd K. I kimm IIK+ Of.....................Davtonm Ikmrh Ar rn.v K. IhUTCHARD Of.........................Plant Oily JaMI K. l'MVm AX A SAg.........................................I. rgii Km.m K. I'rociiamKa noil II.A.......................................Si. lYteraliurg M. Jl'UAX PRorn aTU -OAd...................................TnllaliHMxv Kkiikxt S. I ryok SBAd...............................Ft. l-no.W r.l l«» JACK ll. in m ux ATU SKH..............................lakeland Warhex L Ji-aii.»: GO .....................(Hormrilh . X. Y. 4’ll ARIAS X. tJriXA HAS '-’Alt...................Iark»»nvillr II KM rr R, IJiina IIAL1 SChK.......................Kt»»ilnnwv .low; I.. QriXTANA X SAB... K.'ll I AT A. (JriXLCY SII All. Ciiaslkm II. Rack OX -'Its----- Wiujam I . Hamia- atu SBAd .......... . Tarn|« .........Ml. Burn ....Winter llnvn ............Tampa Gray C. Kamkai k IBAiI.............................Jarkxinvillo Watibon Ramkky. Jk. GO............................Jarlw.invllle Maynard Kamkiy. Jr. LAV. SAB..............................Tnm|a Howard I . Rasoocth SCfcK.......................S. JarkMinvilW' Gnottoi. J. Rasdolmi IB ...........................H. .larkwavllk •Iiiiin II. Rankom ||KA SB Ad...............................Dunedin Riiiimit M. R vw in»n AX. SI ..................Willmr-lij•lln Sen Helvin' U Hawley, Jr. Of........................Green Cove Spring Busnaud I). Rawls GO.......................................Miami llron M. Kawlk SBAil..................................(irrenwood JaMKM l». R vr. SAB................................la--k-«.imH«- ItirilARD K. Raymond «AU SKK.....................Si. IV4or.!Karg CMm« R. Raynor. Jr. SI......................OrIikwHIi Karl M. Rkamcm OC....................................«ni»e»Yllfc RM'HKn M. Riamn SAg.....................................l« nronl Gi»«m Y. RrJKHNO AX •«'......................sliamrork Frank V. KmnmK SJ.......................................Gainf vilU- John M. Rkhuraye, Jk. HOB SMK.................................Miami RoHUtT J. Run M ................................Ft. I. •denial Fred •. W. R iim Gf............................Wort Palm Iteacli -10 1-VJ X l» E IK a It A II IT A T E S Wiixiam P. Hmmiaiiivt iIKS 21'................Palm I loach Gramr. K. KrMT 2MK..................................Miami l». Kr.XHIlAW ♦KT SI’K................Miami I leach I.. 8. Rt n lAi: OC.................................Miami Wiixiam If. Itinnwi lAg........................Palntkn O. . Kmi.I.I. 2Ag................................Bristol II i«ixt I.. KiJC GC........................Ikrlray Jamcm 8. KnNOMM GC............................Crawi City JamKm L. Kiioor.N 2Ag....................Itlotinlxtowii I(m,li K. KllObtii GC...................................Jacksonville Kau-ii K. Kiivan 3KK........................................Wauchuln Frank II. Ilim SAg....................................Winter llav'on WiIX.vcu M. Kim 2BAd............................Buffalo, N. Y. Htam.KV It. Kh'IIahii +HA M'......................Miami I leach KiriiAr.li Kn iiakuk. Jit. SI .......................II. Myers Kkkmxick I . KiciiaMmox GC............................Tnllnhausv Jamkm J. RirilAfchhOX '.'US....................Jacksonville Wiixiam W. Riciiammon 2AK SAg................. K »ia Tv.i. II. Kimm GC...........................St. I'eterslmrg WooMitr W. Kiarjt 311II.............................Sanfonl FkAXK W. Hitixm, Jr. ii k«- GC..................Jacksonville K'Hinir 0. Kivrjt 2ME.............................Jacksonville (Idiikii: J. llo.UiK 2IIAil..............................IVnmcola ClVi»r. J. Konutra OKS IK.........................Kissimmee Jamis W. ICoiiiktx IAjj...............................SColfo Springs I’iiii. N. K. ihoitji AIT GC..................................Ijantonc Kii'IIAlu T. ItoaiXTlRXN GC...........................St. Petcrsl-ur IH XAU A. RoMNKoN KA 2AI ................................Jacksonville Owvix C. Konixxox, Jr. 2BAd........................1‘cnNtcoU IIk.vrv K. KmhinhoX ATI! OC...............Went Palm 1 loach Ivv K. Koiiinox AIT 2K.............................Ixkctan.1 Jack K. Komxnox liKA OC..............................Orlando John K. Koiuxsox atii U................................Apopka Wiixiam A. Koruxaox axa GC.......................Jacksonville Mr. W. A. KontXMox, Jr. Sj....................St. lYtenimrig lloiLvri. D. Koat'CK ATO 2IIAd...................Jacksonville 102r i» i: ii - ii A ii u a t s K..BWCT l Konrcx AK « .....................Jark un illc Kh iiaui C. RodCUs OC.................................Tampa Kiciiaui RoHUiira 2AK OC..............................Tampa •VUIIJI W. Ron ATI! 3CkK............................Ainadia ClIAKIJM I . ROK ||A2 2MK...........................Clrunoal William C. Roitnr. 2AK IBA«1..........................Miami U'Aua F. Ronaui 1J..................................Palmetto IkWMIlT L K r,noi ♦AO 2HAJ..................Ft. l iiKlcrJak Kduak II K««iij:x, J|. JJAK 2IIA«I.............Inck» nville Sami li. M. Ronixs ♦BA OC.................... Hrookljra, N. Y. Wiuivk T. Rooixx OC..................................('.nm-Millr CiiAUJM Roman UC..........................................Minrai Wiliam It. Roman ATA SHAd.............................Miami KwaIIi It. Ronn OC.......................................Itia.lfI.l.m Croni.i: II. Riant ||k- - New Himn»a 1 ANIKL F. RiniX OC.....................................IllDOktlillf Ciiarixk A. Root ii k A SAjj...........................Plant City C'iiakixm C . Born o 2IIAd.......................Coral tiaMc Frank C. Roqcit . X. OC.............................Jaekaonvtllr Frank It. Kosi: 2KK..................................Jaekanmrillc Graham K. Roxi; saK 2l»Ad............................tlealn I.kxti'j: J. Ronk 4-ha •''..........................(Viral Gal ) Km Romvari.I'M -MIA 3AII............................Daytona IL-arli Sail RokkxkkaxtS ♦ItA 2US.............................Miami XiDXKY M. RoM.NTHAL TF.t- JIlAd......................Miami Thomas C. Rovs OX 8CE.............................. Hi; SKY S. Konir 1Aj£..........................Gainesville GocfrO.x T. Roc UK A 311 Ad..........................Oeala Kkkd L. Roctzoni; 2A..........................Feioandina JOHN W. Roirixv IIOII 2CK.....................New Smyrna AkNOLO RcaiS ♦HA SIIAd.............................Miami llAUOi M. Kl'HX ♦BA 2IIAd...................Miami HcarK Iiiving I. Hcsorr 3DS........................Gaine»titte Jack C. Bnutnx OC..............................Saafonl Kouakh J. Rvan 2IIAd............................Apopka Doxalp F. Rybmlt a. A 2HS.......................Orlando • 103 -IT X l» E IK i i IK A l» IJ A 1 E S David 8. S. rrY IK'...........................Jatkaonvillr KtYMnxft (i. Hacr. K2 2118............Xiajjara Fall , X. Y. LioxAR» V. 8,u hirv IK..............................Tampa OEncaK 8. 8 i.t man in IK....................8!. IWnlNirg lllXMAN HAI.TZMAN II...........................Ja k»ollVillc Tiiomam J. Ham MON, Jr. ix 2MK.......................Airmlii John W. 8amrue :«R 21..............................IY IVrrr (iumar. F. Handixh 2DA«I.............................KakHaml John V. 8 m »sh, Jr. OC............................Miami Fu» XV, SaxM'rky SAB.....................Arcadia II %» • .(• I.. Hatchkk i(’..................Oaineavillr II'ihixt II. Hatturwhit . « .....................Sabring BiU. K. thru 2II.X.I..................................Panacea Jack I- HaCNMIM £♦!£ SHAd..............................IVI ray XX'lUiAM K. 8ACXPr.RH. Jr. Ill .........................Miami I'At’L K. Hoiym: III ................................Key Vr»t Wiijjam C. Htiiai'r GC..............................Tmnja Uh in C. HcHILUXO 4KT 2ll. «l.........................Miami K. 8 ,illNW.n in ...........................Miami F. KikrXAX 8CIIOOXMAKKK SAB.................Hi. IVtcnlHiri: Waltix F. Hciicrrrt ♦KT l .......................................Yako Frank II. Hciii-i.tk IK .....................................Plant City XVILJJAM H. Hcili'l.TX null 2BAd.................................Orlamto M«hia 8cm i-I.Mt TKI- 2BAd......................... Vi-»l Palm llratk David II. Scott IX 3118......................................Arcadia Raymond B. HnniiXK 2J................................Daytoaa Hoark Ktiiiijhi.t l . HOVIGIX IK ..........................Itrild llti ti KoMIRH M. 8r.vi.rv IIK+ 3RK..............................TalUka .- Aiux l . Skaku: -’llAil.........................81. I'rlmlmrs K. Kroner 8n.«» ‘.'I .................................Willut.m I’aci. K. 8mia 3Au.......................................Miami Koiiiur L Hrm.ix 2H8.....................................Miami I'mur X. 8KI.HIR TM H...........................Jacksonville John 8. Hrixixn. Jr. 3RSK..............................Miami Witx L. 8r.uux 3H8.....................................Miami I.arry 0. Hr.MMr.XH IN 3H8....................Hi. Peteralmrc • 104 •1 X II i: IK ( IK A II 1J A T E S 1H nau U. Scmuuxk 2AM.............................laekaoavilk AitTiiri: M SllAXftUKT TU SCB............................Miami Thom ah v. siiAXtm k. siiAil.....................tialm-aviHr Kiiw au. It. Shark A201 5IIA«1.....................Fort l icm Mjuk'i H. S11r4.n1: sap. 2HAi|...........................Qiiiim$ JoMTII A. SlIILUY 2I M...................................I'alatka William I . Siikllky, Jr. A TO :iHAJ...................Tallaha« v Roil KMT J. SiilUAV. Jit. . X A 1C.................Sou tli Miami |J»X U Sti .riaAKj AXA 21 .................................... |Ni| ka Auivso K. Siimimax 2HA.I......................................IVnonxI.i I'ai'L J. Hiikkriok tlC...................................Pint Mvcm John s. shut. Jr. (1C.....................................Unin«'»Yill K'-MIUT M. SHIRK Kr tit’............................Wet I I III I Wen'll Jam km F. Siiivi.kr. Jit. 2CK................................Trin|«i Howard F. Show: ok. lltA.I..............................l«rk«ou»ilW ARTIIt'K K. Stll'UX ti(’...................................Ilonfotil U Ki'kkkll Siii-max 2X IHAiI...............................Ijik.luu.l Uvtt O. Sioai. TB4 2IIAJ......................................Orlamlu Mt KRAY l». SiiiMAX :tl»s............................St. AllgllSlilM' I AX I . Sim 4ChK....................................Wei I‘aim IWm-h Marik llisiior Simmons 21 .............................Vrclu-i Itatvr It. Simmons SltAil.........................Miami IWmli Kii-iiaru J. Simoxm tit'.................................Miami TlUiMaiRK U. Simuxh ♦HA tit.'............................Miami ticOMC I- Simoxmox IH .............................SI. Prlrratiuri; Joiix A. Simntox tK ........................................MratMlo Kobkiit L. Simi mo.x. Jit. tit'............................Mailiaau Thomas II. Simi mox IIKl tlC..........................Jark«.nvill« (iojotr. K. Simk IK’............................................Miami tlrii.roRii T. Sims 2A .......................................Taran- Joiix M. HiNCUMR 2I A«I...................................tlaifrmvilk I.KOX SixuMt ♦HA tlC......................................Uaiaeavillc IIakvky c. MlXOl.KTOX tic....... iMH'ir. W. SlKTRrXR tic......... ALI.KX O. Skaoom. Jr. OKX U. Thomas It. HKirr ♦KT 2HAJ.. . .TitvavilU' . . Villi toa Uaia««Yille . ...Kuatla I 0 5i; ■» i: it a it a i u A t k s Hamiti. li. Skinner. Jl OKX 3I Ad..........Jtrkworillr James K. 8kime OX 2MK........................Tklbbiwv R0M00cX.8Kirrat.JK. IIKA A g....................Ukrkml Nmtiix C. Hum ZX 21 Ad....................Jacksonville Ciiarum F. SiaTiX 2CK.......................ZephyrkiNa Author II. smith OC..............................Miumi CaMPIIM.I. x. SMITH M .........................Tam|«l CmAfmtnrxo II. Smith ax OC......................Amelia Cluck It. Smith SOUS..... David li. Smith 2CK...... PKCocKirK N. Smith 3I a«I.. Hampton C. Smith. Jr. OC ....Umatilla ......Milton ...Avon Pack ...MiddM«ns IIoki. Smith OC.......... Jacom K. Smith OC........ Jam is A. Smith 2l M... John S. Smith TK1- OC ....... .l:n-k«oiit illv ........Ixiko Worth ..........Iloinvatvail Orwn Cotv S|irin » Joketh ll. Smith OC...............................Tntlnk M -v JfUAX V. Smith ka 2l Ad...........................Tallaha» vc Kcnncvii T. Smith ATU II...............................Martov I.avvkimi S. Smith OC......................Waaliingtoa, 1). C. Iax P. Smith OC........ I.vsnooo It. Smith IChK Makkiiau. K. Smith 0... Raymond J. smith OC... IVauwila ... Tunijoi .. .Tnttifa ...Miami Roman B. Smith. OC.................................Tnni|« St»:wai;t W. Smith OKX SHAd......................lakeland IxM IK F. SXETMAN OC.........................Miumi Kor.iX X. SNOW "MK...........................Florida City CKAtvrOR.li SoCOMON SX SIIAil.....................Jark»onvillv Sam I'd. II. Soiomox tie...............................ijnincy Tiiomar W. Hamamon OC..................................(Joiner JollN I.. SoVTIIlDU. I It A K...................ItloUllIxtOMII I'ATCHrx M. Span ♦KT 51 Ad...........................J»ek oavillv Ct.AII l C. SPAKKMAN IIK A I It All.........................Waldo lit urn T. Hm»v OC.........................................Stuart D AID T. SrilKN OC.................................Miumi Beach - 106 -IT ii i: it it a ii u A T K S Jamkx C. SfTXCKX 00......................................Milton A1.11H.T W. HrtUiK "UK...............................Sun Ultra CllAKU'jt II. Nnwxw; GO.................................Quintjr |). SrWXGMi AX .IIIA.I...................HoIIvw.hhI IlKNUt T. Sl'RlNKU: "US...................................Oraln Srmir.N II. 8rr« AX SAll..........................Winter Hark Rdwahd II. Sqi-ni. iika 3Ag..............................Ku»ti JlXK L HTAtllUt'flll AIT .‘iAe......................VulMinxIilc CrrrtK II. Btaxtox GO..............................Key Wot lit MKT D. STAXrolU GO...........................HranK-nton Wili.i as 0. Stanton, Jr. sab 00................Jacksonville DON'AMi I’. Stark SAH..................................Tampa John K. Strap SA(.... Jauu K. KTKARXK OC......... Staxm;v W. St kin 2.1....... John II. Stkmiu.m: 2AK 21... ......Fort Fierce Wilt Faint IVnrh ......IftfkMtivillc .............Miami Kai.v W. Stt.I’IIKXh 2Ag...................................Wauclmla FucVTiliX F. STWiirx IO..................................AUcIhi.1 John Btkmiksk KA CH ...................................lackronville JoctriMi J. Stwiiink ATQ 1111 1..............................Bartow Wiujam B. Hmriii v« ATI) 2BA«I.................Harlow WitAJAM C. St»TIIIN oN, Jr. ZAK 2HA.I...........Tampa Kottirr K. 8raxr.N'MM (1C...............Bonce Jc Leon John F. Srcnoox ii+ 2A................ ....Ft. Fierce Ciiaki.kx K. 8TSTKX8 GC.........................Winter Oanlon Iki: It. 8TCVKSS, Jk. SAE 00............................Miami JAM KM K. Stkviax GO.............................Jarkv-nville Joiix I. Stewart «.kt —ItAil........................Mellmurne John K. Stkwakt OC......................................Milton Sydney ii. Ktiijjcy 2FM...........................Jaekronvlllc John F. Hnsrwox a It1 OO.............................Oriaiml Wii.uayi It. Stinson rX SIIAK......................Venice IkiVAiJ) W. Stun 2HAi1.................................Miami lit a»:i:r F. SnxKwru OC...............................Stn?kc Ci.AKt rr. (tTOKCKUl 00....................OlilTai’le, N. J. Ciiaki.ik A. Stokim HAS .TCfcB........................Mofcawk 107r » e it a it a » i i i: s Oarxet M. Stone iik. OC......................('Unmifi Wii.ijam II. Stum: 2, ([.........................Oonxalrx I)an Stonm-ii'iilr -Alt...........................OrlsimL. MlUfOX HrONU'll'lim (if..............................Miami JwlIN H. Storjiix X+ SHAiI.............................larkmivillc ItoaiATT 0. HtoUMEK 3llA«l......................larkMint illr lUnrh KoWARli It. Story IIKA OC...........................Winter t.anleii Jacob F. HtkaIoht ATA OC......................................Miami • Arokx II. Strut 3ItA l..................................daiw-vill.- OKVILLK W. Htri-tiiixx 2Aj{.........................Winter lluveu Mist'l l It. ST« ltt»l;VANT SCA....................St. IVtrrdiir llAVIK K. STI BOM 3J...................................Fernaii.lina Ml.VI I- Ml BARMAN, Jt. ♦HA (IC....................I’l'limrol Aswrw V. Hi i.I.IVAN OX CM ..........................Tnllal.aw Kin,r r. It. Scluvan z+K OC...............................Miami Nathan A. Mt mnir OC...................................FalilU-M lloWARM I), Si'TTtXI.IN rx '.’Mi:.................Miami Spring FaCMDUrK W. StrrfOX 3CkK.........................Miailm Ciurtlo JaMI-k X. MiTTi'N ! ...................................AiikIm Franki.ix W. Swann OC................................I.aketan.1 Jamm Tik.ua Swann saB 2AM...............................Tampa K KS VriSNi.X SWAISTMI. 2X 3A«..................I ake Will.- KmHIIKT ClIARLUt SWKNMMAN 2MM............................Tampa It.-anrr L»:» Sui» i-i; hk+ OC.....................New Smyrna Ln.NU.AK Cramik Swo«i«x 2CA......................(laiaeavillo KMMITT FkITCIIKTT TaIT ATA 2I M...............IVBMe.il Kmmrrr M. Talley, Jr. ATI! 21..........................Tatar™ Svcnky Kinnctii Tally ATO Mt'...................Tatar™ • t’l.ixT Multon Taxkixklky Alts.....................riant City John IIixnakh Tankty tic................................Miami Mi kmiam Tiiomah Taylor 2I’M.................tlulf llamaaork l ATia I.IAIYI Tavh 2A...........................Ft. I'irirr Kinjak Raktow TvMok 2|«.K • ! ’...............................Tampa JtMi.s Fkani'I T.avuki OC...........................INinta tior.la K mi:iit Taylok SCK......................................Uki'lan.1 Tnr.K-.ur KKiniARirr Taylor (IC......................... - IUXi x it i: ii «. A T K S Thomas Roy Tghmx OC.............................Lake Vi»l Amirs . TontD .TP..................................Orlasdo Richard Thomas Tench .1AII........................(Trarwatrr Alton IIknsy Tew !II8...........................Pi. Mycm • ItEN JAMIN WILSON Thai kii: i .....................Miami Jack A. TiiAUK 2J.............................Hi. IVlrnbirit Jamex 0. Thames (K ...................................Milton Hex H. Thames -“I’M.............................New Smviiui • Kh hasii KriM t.rH Tiiror. :T1I......................Ia«Ii v Kenixt IIeaiiam Tiiihau.t K2 1 ..................Miami UniNAKi Atiirijoi Tiiomak 45C.................Z. |.ht iliilU 4’iiarlk W. Tiiomak 2 ’hK.............................Miami • Khmi'.mi Dkkikcx Thomas iika 410.....................Pnkokiv James Ijnwooo Thomas -fAii 414’.............larkfimllc Ij:i: Thomas 2P...............................Iliji H|oin » Ixirir Thomas six 2BAd..........................Inrksonvillc • Prank Carlyle Thompson l'AII......................Krw l|mMif IIomer Virgil Thompson . XA 3KK.................Ilnimi City Rupert Iss'is Thompson 20«K.....................Jacksonville Wii.i.iam Henry Thompson 2RAJ.........................IJojnl • llnrrox Ai.i.en Tiiounal i ’...................Orlamkt James s. Thornton (U ...........................Jacksonville William I». Thorpe 2AK 2BS......................On invar I lie Kror.sr. K. TiirCAInhu. 414’...........................Miami • John Tiishman. Jr. (14'................................Miami Prank John Timmons 2HAK.......................Hi. IVtrnliarj; PreI'Erick Klmkk Tot ii X4- XI..................Punts 4tonl Thomas Kami Tuoken 4i4 ......................Hi. IVtriatarx • William Joseph Tolans. Jr. ’.................Jackaonville IjON'iomue Tolu son has; 4K ...........................Miami William I'iitw Tomakello iika OC’.....................HhiIow Halvahor Prances Tohanto 3IIAJ.........................IWroh • LeRoy A. C. TosKi; ||a£ 2A......................Jacksonville WiuaRt IIijjiekt TbotKC has: -’•Mi:............Jacksonville Harry Toi-ry 2CE.......................................Miami Waltox 4 Toi'ciiton, Jit. SIX 2I’M.............Avon Patk I O'JIT .V II E II ii It A II i; A T i: s I.YXTOX V. ToWXXKXO OC..............................lark oriville II i:r.y N. Tow.sox [|KA OC..........................l-ak« Butler WiiiT.vr.v Tuu OC......................................larkmavllle Koiokt K. TkAWMU KI OC......................................Cooki John L TkaI.na SChK................................Tampa Currox H. Trammell 2X I I’M........................Miami WaI.TIR II. TrIX«'IIAU (i .....................( IIUKV TorrExor J. Troct X+ 311 At!.......................Miami KoNIXT A, Tri-NICKY ♦ KT « C..................Weal Palm Itraeti llASVK K. TtmanT 414’................................Oaineavillo J..HX M. Tram ax SCkK....................................Orlaado liiumr A. Trocia OC......................................Bunnell Kay Mux I’. Tl'CKMi -A-......................................Bunnell riiAKi.rn J. Tilly OC......................................Bradenton Kowix It. TrauxoroN ATI 2Ag...........................(Sniiu-aville IIkxry K. Ttmjkotox ATP -Alt.............................Oainorrlllo Xatiiaxikj. M. Tfaxwt'ix IIKA 2AB...............Iktvtonn Beach Tilixiwiar. T. Tcrnih'LL 4AO 3BAd..................Moallecllo 4'i.vnr. M. TiR.xnt OKX 2CK...................si. IVtrnlwtx Oilhirt K. Tt axtn KS 2PM..........................Cedar Key JollX It. Tl'KVix, Jr. AT A -J............................Bagdad ItoaiJ.T K. Ti rxik 3Pj:......................W.-.t Palm Beach William L Ti hxix 04 ..................................Bradenton J amis F. Ti kxky Hull 3IIS......................S. Jark»oaville Ambromk K. Ti rrkoaXO IK...........................Miami J. K. TItkx OC.....................................Jn«j cr Jamim T. Twioo • ’..................................Miami llaro I- Tvi.n: ♦AO 2HA«I...................lark—nville Oioiu.i K. Tvui IN 2J............................lark »iiYille llixaur V. Tvuk, Jr. IBS...........................Carrabcllc DaxikL T. Tyxix 0 ’...............................I-a 11 nr I Hill Mack Tyxix, Jt. 24’hK.............................laurel Hill IM XAU l . Ul.MMt 414 ....... William K. Ui.mm; 454 .... Daniil K. Ukimx ♦iia 3|ts Wayxr. S. Vamxyixr 2As.. I ........i «np .......lai|C SI. Augustine .....IaxhImmk I 1 0u x ii i: it «. ik a ii u a t i: s Wilmn J. Van Akxdall AIT OC..................Winter Haven Thomak H. Van Itnr.vr 2£N OC....................TalUhn wo Halves 0. Van I)ame 3B8K.........................Orlan.lo KoNARU It. Van ! amk 21W..........................Oilnmlo AututT C. Van DfKis noil IW...........................Tamp Walter Van Mi'nktii AXA 'll’...............We Pnlm Heath Gordon II. Vann - KT OC.........................Canal Point Jam 1 . Van P»:i.t +a » OC..........................TnmpN Harvey It. Van Klykk 21 ...........................T«ro|« John I. Vakxix, Jr. 3KK.............................Miami Wii.uam J. Vaiuiin 2X 3 A It....................Melbourne Jomktii I). Vkkkxn lltA.I...........................Perry Howard 11. Vickrey 3P.K..................................Perry Oboroe J. Vila OC...............................Havana, Cuba Joxr. J. Vila Of.................................Ilmaii.-i,Culm Alexander C. Vfll.Lr.MIX OC...................Wot Palm Beach Mil;KILL K. WaUMKII T2I'M........................Tallahniucc William C. Wainwrmiit AXA 3II.Vd.....................lartejr WlLUAM K. Wait . Jil OC....................Ilaatliorn ClIARLXX II. WAXKMAN, Jr. OC...........................Miami • Sijjucn P. Waldo 2AK 3AII.........................OalaeavilU William It. Waldkoi IIKA 3HA.I.....................Palmetto Corneliix P. Walker 2KK..................Jnekeoorilk Kmorv K. Walkix II...............................Oalnravlllo Prank P. Walker ItHll lltA.I.....................JaeLwavlllo Jamek K. Walkix, Jil. +A0 OC...................Si. PeterO-urg Jam ix P. Walk is, Jil 3A......................('oral Oaldra Tom It. Walker X OC...........................Winter Haven William II. WaLXKR SP...............................Iaa ont PhaNcix K. WALLACK A TO OC.....................Palm Bench Jamrx K. Wallace iika 3A It.......................Oainmille John It. WALLACE 2X CIC............................Tnn |«i» I.. K. Wallace 3IIA.I...............................Tallalia . ' ItoaKKT K. WAIUCE OC................................CVa ranter Waldo W. WaLLaci IX OC..............................panama City Wooottow W. Waluk S4R 2A It..........................Jacluonrllle -III-I x » i: ik a ik a i» i; r i: s QdMNK R. Waltmw ait 2J..................................Tampa Jamkk M. Walton i ’...........................f t. IVti n l«rj; IImucv K. WannKij: I It Ad........................Inrkwnvillc FkaNK K. Vtf» 2 ’hK............................Miami ltcach (irotu;r. F. Ward 2MK.....................Itiwokarillr ALMA' S. Wakuu KS ! "....................Coral Gahlm CilAKLM K. WaM IIK IF............................Mayo John It. Warms itoll (1C.........................Miami John C. Waxux OC......................................DiibmUo John I.. Warren AltA.I............................(lainratillr Ham K. Walken SCK.................................Aimlachir.iU Wai.TIK T. WARRfS ♦AO IHAil.......................Jacksonville William R. Waiuien. Jr. 2I’M...................K jr NV«l John l. Warren has SCIiK..........................Xaplo JaMRH C. WaTKINK 2 'K........................Futnam llall C|JM II. WaTKOX a Til ll .......................Tiini| Frank I.. Watiu'S '.'Alt......................Jaek-onvilli’ I'atkwK It. WaTmon ♦ao SFM.........................Tampti Kii'IIakh It. Wathox SAR -HA.I........................Miami Uovk II. Weaki-tt M ...............................tjuiacy Henry A. Wutiiixhy .'(All....................Fiilm Itrarh Jack It. Wravix 2A||.............................Marimina Jamh M. Wijavj CH ...............................1,-vaWn James W. WlAVtt AS SHAK.....................Bristol ARTIII'K 1. Winn. Jk. KA AB. I.....................Tii«o| « Hi.XTftu X. Wuu HAS A A................................Miami Marvin Weeks SN -ItA.I..................................Tamp Theodore V. Weeks. Jit. AS -FM.................Mmiir lino JiHOMK II. WllMCLK TR4 -ItA.I..........................Miami (IRAIIAM I . Wanton, Jr. SAK 2BA.............Hatloini Itmrh Hansel WllsUli tit .....................................WnMo Morton WiimUan TK+ -’Alt..................Itr.-.klvn, X. Y. Frank K. Welle KA 21K.......................................Pemmfela Howard M. Weli.maX -ItA.I...............................(•Rim »villt (KlUoN W. Wills ♦KT W'......................................Ila .ln.l RAt.ni K. Wendt IIK+ OC..................................Jacksonville -112-Ji i.it h F. Wikmoki: SOiK............................. Fowl K cl 1. Wkkxicki: OC.........................(Suit l i t 1'itAiti tJt L Wwr. Jl 4-KT 3IIAK.....................Ovinlo Ciii'Jtm A. Wi'jjt rx OC.......................Hi. IXrnil«it • Daix C. Wutr AX A 2HAtl......................CociimiI Omr Fmu Wi st £X 3IIS.............................Cirsmt City JtillX I . WwtniUAi AX A • II 1 1................('aiiilrllc (Itmuii: F. Wchtihuuk. Jli. 3Ag.....................Clrtnonl • Sam Wkxlxb -fitA OC..................................ISlatkn I’AIX M. WlMTUY ATII SAW..........................lurk-will KaTIILIIN V. WII KELTS 3Ajt....................IVnnrv Farm "ur7 iKH I . WillDOoN OC......................Coini Kfv« IlmixT F. WlllMmX IK’.............................Tnll»lini- or Makkiiai.i. V. W moil am SF.....................iTMtitaWoocho KaboLD A. WHITCOMB ABAtl............................... Sam-itn Hdu-akii M. Wnrrr. X :tllA«l............................Tainpn J. It. White OC....................................Ml. IV m Kianktii A. Whit.: SAB..............................IVnaarola Kitciiii: XI. White SII.VI....................CbIiuiIam, On. Ki«'IIak» II. Whitehead MAI UOhK...................Awn Mtrii • Thomas K. WurTTJir.Mi OC ..........................I'aln «• !«• Vivian K. Whitthi kkt. Jil UO........................WillUtna M'MS 0. WllITU K ATI! OC......................Illgk S|.iinK» llr.xmv A. WiimnxL, Jr. KA SIMM.....................IVw« rol • J«i|IN M. WiHTTr.MoRE 2AII.........................Urn-lntlon ClIlMTU K. WiHTTIJ: ATU SBA.I..................Nnr -«1» liixmi I . Whittlesey. Jr. SItAJ................JitbrnTUIr I urn V- Wicker IIK+ OC.................................Miami • AiJtixT A. Wtuiis OC..............................Key Wot William S. Wmiitman 11 K-C lTIA I...............JifklOBVlIlr James K. Wilmkn SCfcK......................Went Faint lUrndi Wit.uam II. Wiut 2AK OC..........................Jark-.avilk • Frank Wilms AIT OC.....................................Tam|« Lon WilenkKT 3IW.................................Jaekaowille Ror. II. WlLKIXM OC................................| s »»«rj; WdiliROM' W. Wll.KINM r. OC..................IVtiKto l»V It K It ii It A II I A T E S IJ •IAC'K WlUIXMX OC.............................Chief laml J«»r. 1C. Wii.kinmix IIK OC....................1‘alatka Koon L U'llJClKKOX OC............................Jupiter AutfKT M Wii.ijamk SAB 2 It Ad.............Daytona Itoacli • Ciiakuk Ii. Wiujaun OC.........................Mull«-iry I’UMtlrK II. WlUJAMK ATU SOB....................Snnfr.nl O KOtor. WlUJAMK. Jk. 3BH..........................Miami (illHUU II. Wii.ijamk .IHA.I...................Wriialnlo • IIara.v O, WlUJAMK OC..............................Miami Jauia M. Wii.ijamk 2KK.............................Tampa JOHtrii C. WlUJAMK OX -l M.................SI. Aunu inc Jill AN I.. Wiu.iamk 2BAK.......................Callahan I M. WlUJAMK ax Sit All.......................CraM Pity Marti' O. WlUJAMK SAg..........................Kuatia Kiruw It. Wiujamk OP..........................Itonifay SlPNCT It. Wil.UAMK 3KK..........................Miami WllJJAM K. WlUJAMK, Jk. SB All...................Orlamlo W11.1 mm I.. WlUJAMK ATI! SAg..................Kitrrvipw K»waioC. Wii.ijamnii.n OC..................Davtooa IWaek Martin It. Wiujamkon ATtl SIIAil...................Tam|« Wont.r.nu W. Wiij.iamkon 4KT IC.........IjiIhi City TiloMAK J. WitXIH Ilk OC...............Dailnna lliarli Krxxmi It. Wiujtk SCK............................Stuart Hrx I . WiutoN SPM.................................Orth DoNAUi II. WlUiOX I An...............................Bartow FnKPrxirK C. Wium X A24 (1C...........................Miami KaU’II It. Wiuson SBAd..............................Pnlatka K0111 kt 1.. WlLMON ATU SAB.....................(iKinnvillc Wiu.iam l . Wiuaox 3ThK..........................Ft. Myrr Stanlky K. Wimhmu.y SAB......................Ft. Laudcnialo JolIX W. WlMTY 3B. d............................OailKwvillo Um’ih K. Wixnirjmm tic...........................Tallahamee John l . Wish. Jk. 4KT OC......................Winter Park It. A. Wind ATT OC.............................Zolfo Spring ItVMOX M. Winx. Jk. aTU SB Ad......................GkImmvIII Fkiji II. WlXIVTON, Jk. JAK SBAd..................GaitMwvillo - Ill -IT X II E IK ii IK A II U A T E s Cyrus J. Win-tow )B8..................................Tam| a (itOKK 5. WlSC S|iA):..............(ini'll Cow S|ui»ijj» Prank A. Wit i I mix 2BA«I....................Miami IUa h Raymond M. WiTH» Kh»s X. OC.....................CarreU-llr N»u. II. WiTKClir.v IAE OC........................liM-k—nvilli' Hirxkk A. Witt OC..................................Ixkc CHy Thomas O. Witt 2. K 21 31...........................UU City Jit. Wittkx 4 BA OC..............................Javksonvillc JasKni WmT.NSTnN •_'1»A I... I«ihts I . Woi.iort 11K - 3IIA.I Wiutuj» W. Woiraox 2P....... John W. Womjstox 2.1........ ......Orlmnli Coral Ont.li ...UMlkl .......Miami (Il'Y I). WOOH, Jr. II K ( 1J...............laekaotivilW Jonathan II. Wool MAI 2IIS...................Jacksonville Romkkt L. Woos IN (• .........................IIoHywimmI Richard C. Wocruikry ♦AO 2I k.....................Orlando • Thomas II. Woomhxy CK .........................Tm«|s Hii.i.v Woorarrr KA OC...........................Tnmpa JinCllI I . WomUYVAKD -IKK...............Wr»t Palm Ibmrii Howard I . Worsham KI 2BA«I.....................Miami • Richard A. Worsham ♦ao 21’M.............Jacksonville Prank WonTXKY 4HA 2BAd........................I uala Oorda Donam» M. Wricht 2I M.........................Lynn Haven J. l ANrocTil Wriuht, Jr. 2AK 2IIA«1.........Jacksonville John I.. Wricht 2PM..................................Miami Richard . Wriciit OC........................Jacksonville Kuksexj. A. Wuaciit ♦KT OC...............Rost Oran;;. N. J. Wuxi am K. Wricht OC................................Xewbmy WhxiaM K. WRMirr BOII 21K.....................Nw Smyrna IIarrv H. WnmilTox !♦»: 3BAd....................I’iwmoU Mii s T. Wynne i+k OC..........................Abwfcua Oscar B. Wynne ♦AO « '..........................Ta«n|«» VotiiiKAir W. Yamaiviii lie.......................Miami Beach Pam l . YAXCKT 3Ag...................................ITmalllla II.otari. K. Vhi: HK+ lAe.............................I wrIsub Orton K. Ykarty 5B8AK.............................Otter (Vk -115-I II E II p It l.rr L. Yn.n xerox ATQ -I'M................................Miami I . Pkttox Vox ♦KT 311 Ad.............................Tallahawrv hXHIIIXU I.. Vox 4KT ! ’...........................TallalistMfv Sim I.. Vox. .Ik. 4KT 3A It......................Winter Park • KUNX N. YiM’XQ, Jr. IIJJ -US...........................Mill mi (!l»«nE C. VoTMi SAK -Alt...............................lKi t»na llonrli OiXNM r T. Yorxi. 14K IK’...................................Veto llearh .1. I AT Yorxo -IK....................................(lainnvilW • TllOMAK II. Ym .Mi, .1 it. -Ay...........................Tani| M Wii.i.iam K. Yot'XC GC.................................I-akHim.l lluilrix W. Yw cniJ« («'..........................I.aunl Hill l . ItK'Kf.T Zabau- £1 3 It A K........................Tam pit • Karl K. Zink OCT....................................Jacksonville I M'IH I). ZlNHxix OCT......................... Safety llartior 'III.IK I'. ZlNKi:i.HA('ll CM’........................IVnaarnla Jons K. Zrr.wiiwurr ||K4 -BAd......................Fort MeCojr • VOUNIK l . I.AMi-r 3A......................................Miami MaMNOM L MiMHAII X4 •JIIPI......................I tkelalnl JaMXX I . Tr.rrAIJCTn OC...........................Port Tampa A II V A T E S 1 I CCitrus fruits have been one of tin most bounteous product of Florida since the introiluetion of the orange hy the Spanish Conquistadors. Al though not developed commercially for about 200 years, the value of the crop Ini' shown an increase every year from 1886 until recently. Citrus fruits brought nearly $50,000,000 to Florida in 1935. an increase of 31 per cent over 1931. 3 [ox tela i c3fa[[ of Jani FAMK iti just a fleeting. intangible thing. Today il rest heavily upon (lie shoulders of those who have striven mightily. Tomorrow it Ini' flown and heroc tumble from paper throne . N«»t mi here. These pajtoi of tin Seminole have raptuml forever the shining record of Florida chosen few of 1936. Time may rudi on, fame may court other toiler , hut the moving linger lias written and the deed arc here inscribed for you ami all posterity to judge their worth. . . .University of Florida Gainesville 0»r»c« or fHi OtAN or STUOKHTS arch 0, 1°36. Mr. John Wallaco Sonplo, Editor of the SHU-IOLE, annus. Donr Wallyj It has boon a pleasure for vs to select the twelve r.cn for the S::'S Hall of vono section this year. .ccord.ing to established curton, quito a nunbor of ! cans and other Administrative officials, as well as son© of the teaching Faculty, have been invited to nominate studonts for this f-roup. fchile scholastic standing has been an important consideration in nokinr. those selections, the student's ronoral usefulness as n oitizon of tho ooirnunity has boon rivon fjrcat weight. drod studonts nominated by faculty members. Of this number subaitted, we found far noro than twolve men whr. v c believe -.wrthy of this distinction. -ocausc of tho lar.qe number of eligible and worthwhile nom.ineos, tho conm.ittco regrets that noro non cannot be included. • are confident that all of those ir.on thoroughly merit this die inoticn. Our only rc -ret is that others could not be included. Your connJtto© has studied tho records of roro than two hun- Tho final selections for the year arc as follows: '.falter Arnold Jack butler Stanr.ore Cavrthon ill’' Chase Robert Cohoe Son T. ‘oil ac ". r'rsby Lavid Hothstein Charles Mathony hally Cample Hubert Cchucht '"’•corr.o Snathors 1th best regards, I an Sinceroly yours. • • boon of Students BAT xnF I. O It I HA’S II A L L O F F A 1 F JOHN DAVID BUTLER for his Outstanding Ointmmutions to Studknt ((OVKunmknt. An optimis-lie viewpoint. extraordinary ability, :iml gentlemanly qualities have ear ried "Jack” lo the Presidency of Hu Florida StiuU'iit Body and tlie Presidency of the Southeastern Division of the National Student Federation of America. "Jack" has been Vice-President of the Student Body, Secretary-Treasurer of the Student liody. Captain in the R.O.T.C., Captain of the Tennis Team, member of the Lyceum ( un-cll, President of the F.F.F. Club. Secretary of the Intramural Board, Secretary of Blue Key. Treasurer of Scabbard and Blade, member of Phi Alpha Delta, Sabres, and Cavaliers, and won his numerals in basket hall, lie will long lie remembered after his departure from the University. WILLIAM W. CIIASE, JB. for Outstanding Athletic Aciiikvk-MBXTS. As Captain of his freshman football team, stellar varsity football player for three years, and Captain of the 193a (iator eleven. Billy Chase leaves a gridiron record that will In-long remembered. Ilis athletic ability, however, Is no more noteworthy than liis sportsmanship. Besides football Billy excelled in freshman basket ball and swimming, lie was also a member of the varsity ssvimming teams of 1931 and 1933. Other activities on the campus of the University include membership in Bacchus. Pirates, Sabres, and a scat on the Athletic Council for 1933. Billy's social fraternity is PI Kappa Alpha. When he is gone the footbull lield will lose a great player and the University an outstanding sportsman. GEORGE AHMISTKAI) SMATIIKRS for Outstanding Forensic and Athletic Ability. It is impossible to catalogue Ceorge as being outstanding in any one lield. lie has participated in and been successful in a great many. His record as (aiptain of the !933- 36 Basket Bull Team speaks for itself. Ceorge has been active in varsity football, basket ball, and track, winning letters in all three. He was picked as an outstanding student during his freshman year and represented his college on the Executive Council during his junior year. Ceorge defeated all contestants to win the Board of tkintrol Oratorical Contest for the Junior Class and is a member of the varsity Debate Team. He is a member of the Florida Players, Blue Key, Pirates. Serpent , ami the Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity. - 121 -F L O It I l» A S II A I. L O F F A 31 K WALTER C. ARNOLD for lii Fixi: Aciiikvkxiknts IN Law mill Work on tiik Honor Cncirr. A a candidate for Ihc Degree of I.LR. wllli "high honors." a member of Phi Kappa Phi. nnd 11 four-year holilrr of Ihc I In ; l High School Memorial Scholar-ship. Waller lias brought worth of praise from his instructors ami fellow law students. In 1931 he won a prize for the highest freshman law uveraffe and will prohuhly lie graduated this year with the highest average of Ins class. Walter has served his school as a member of the 1935 Honor Court and as Chancellor of the 1930 Court. He is also a member of Phi Alpha Delta, honorary legal fraternity, and Blue Key. HUBERT CAItl. SCIII'CHT for Military, Atiilktic. Political, and Sliioi.vstic Aciiikm.sii nts. Once in a blue moon there conies a man who can ■ lo almost anything, ami do it well. Such a man is Hubert Schurht. next year's President of the Florida Student Rody, a man who has served one term as Secretary-Treasurer of the Student Body, earned letters in both varsity track and football for Isvo years, served as Cadet Colonel of Ihc R.0.T.C., worked his way through school, ami maintained a high scholastic average. Hubert is also a member of Kluc Key. Sabres. Cavaliers, the "F" Club, and the Alpha Tan Omega fraternity. laixl year he served on the Executive Council for his college. Hmac o. oiuosry for his Ykhvvtili r v in Stuiiknt Activ-itiks, While on the campus of the University Mac has been prominently identified with nearly all publications, lie has been Editor of the T“ Rook, Assistant Editor of the Seminole. Assistant Rusinevs Manager of the Alligator. and Assistant Rusincss Manager of the Florida Review. For the past year Mac has served on the Editorial Board of the Alligator and the Hoard of Student Publications. Ills publication work led him into politics and his success in that Held is proved by the fact that he was elected Secretary-Treasurer of his Sophomore Class and was a silent power behind the Non-Fraternity la-ague of 1931-35. Mac's other activities include: Vice-Presidency Sigma Delta Chi, Treasurer Rluc Key. and a past presidency of Delta Sigma Phi. his social fraternity, and lie has also maintained over a two point scholastic average during his entire college career. 122F I, O IS I II V S II A L L O F F A 31 F STANMORE CAWTIION for lii% splendid Auddiic Kkcoiid anil Student Activitiis compressed Into the brief space of three years. Despite the fact tliat lie is being graduated in three years, Stiiniiiorr lias l»een iden-tilled with more student activities than most four year men. lie was President of his Freshman ('lass. President of Phi Eta Sigma. President of Sigma Delta Chi. active in Freshman Tennis. Freshman and Varsity Track. Freshman and Varsity Debating, and a member of the Debate Club. Other achievements include: one of ten Outstanding Freshmen. Chairmanship of Democratic la-ague, Seminole and Alligator Staffs, and Sophomore Student Leader, lie was elected to Phi Kappa Phi this year, and is a candidate for graduation with High Honors. JOHN WALLACE SAMPLE for his recognised Vkhsatility in Sti-oust Activities. Wally has engaged in a number of activities since he has been on the campus of the University and has done them all well. He is setting a new mark for future students to shoot at as Editor of the 11)36 Seminole. Wally’s political activities brought him a membership on the Board of Student Publications last year and the highest position on the Seminole this year. He also served on the Editorial Hoard of the Alligator. Wally’s social activities include memberships in While Friars. Colonels, and Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity. He is also a member of Alpha Kappa Psi and was active in the Interfraternity Confcr-ence as a member of the Fall Frolics Committee of 11)35 and the Military Ball Committee of 1! 3 ». DAVID HOTIISTKIN for his splendid Scholastic Record. David bus the highest scholastic average of his graduating class 2.1126. During bis freshman year lie was elected to Phi Eta Sigma. Freshman Honorary Scholastic fraternity. He was recently made a member of Phi Kappa Phi. honorar scholastic fraternity for graduating students. He is a member of the Eagle Scout Honorary Fraternity, Alpha Phi Omega and the Honorary Business Fraternity, Beta Camilla Sigma. David is also President of his social fraternity. Phi Beta Della. Quiet and unassuming, lie leaves behind him a record that is proof of four years of hard work coupled with outstanding ability. 123F L O IK I II A S II A L L O F F A 1 F SAM T. DEI.U Jit. for Ex»:»:u.i:nc»: and Ekiicicxcy in Mimtaiiy ami C miis At.minis. S. T. will long bo remembered for the line work bo accomplished as Chairman of I He Homecoming Cominillee of Blue Koy in 1! 35. Ho will bo remembered for bis splendid military record. Al the end of his senior year in military he was presented with un OfllwrS Sabre for "cflicicncy and excellence”; lie was an honor graduate of the It.O.T.C. anil a Cadet Major. S. T. was a Vice-President of Blur Key, member of Bacchus. Pirates. Colonels, Serpents. Sabres, Phi Ib-lla Phi, and a member of executive and nominating committees for live years, ilis social fraternity is SiKma Alpha Epsilon. BnBEUT W. COII0K for his 1'Nsixnsii Coxthiiiutioxs to CaMPI’s Poi.ith; . Bob will always bo romoinbered for his many activities on the campus of Hie t'niversity and especially for his |H litical acumen, lie was organizer and Chairman of the Non-Fraternity Uiiftiie of liKtl-TJj and Cliairiiiaii of the Democratic l.raguc of P.I3. »-3 i. Bob has served on the Honor Court for two summers ami during the school term of PJ3I-35. lie lias been identified with the following organizations: Blue Key. Phi Kappa Phi, Phi Alpha Delta, of which he was President. Bela Camilla Sigma. Alpha Kappa Psi. Phi Fla Sigma, Cavaliers, Commerce Club. John Marshall Debating Society, and the Young Men's Democratic Club. Boh is a candidate for Hie It.S.B.A. Degree, "with honors.” CIIAHI.FS W. MATHKNY. JB. for SlOXII'ICAXT Aciiikyhmkxtx IN Till Coi.i.mu: or Enoiniituno. During his four years at Florida Charlie has attained merited recognition for his varied abilities. He is a past Treasurer ami present President of the American Society of Civil Engineers, Treasurer of Sigma Tail, a member of Benton Engineering Council and Benton Engineering Society, and an Engineer's Fair Committeeman. Charlie has also been outstanding us a member of the Executive Council. Major In the It.O.T.C. Vice-President of the Progressive-Liberal Party. Captain of Sabres. Vice-President of Cavaliers, and u Football l.cltcrman. lie has been a Dormitory Monitor, active in Intramurals, a High School Speaker for Blue Key. ami at the same time maintained a high scholastic average. 1 24Do tkd DadUl Inasmuch a the University is not a coeducational school, Florida men go far and wide, from the hills of Tallahassee to the yellow sands of Miami, in search of fair maidens. And they find them. too. liile Florida industries hum away from day to day producing goods for Northern markets. Florida sunshine, mild winds, and tangy fruit are ever busy producing beautiful girls. This portion of the Seminole is dedicated to those attractive young ladies who have been guests of the University on various occasions. If any pictures have been omitted, it is through no fault of the etlilorial staff of thi hook, hut rather the lack of space. . . Jlyn zJ oo Sti ’i iRtc wiifl c iUcfiatL £aia zf an ui fiounil and c fCroub thz Gainful! ni now for Florida own photograph allmm. Von look at il today and laugh. Twenty year from now that laugh will In mellowed with tin tract of a tear for tin lost youth captured for the instant in these lively snapshots. Thrice fortunate are they who have brief moment.' here, for in the sunny hours of old age these moments will recall bright chapters in the volumes of youth. . . .Wc Mu kisstv prmcut a (m | agc of »nap hot nf MuilliioU. Thoaewho ran emluretheoeular 1 min »f examining poant of Florida’ publicity • reeking megalomaniac , will witness to what length mum people will go in oi lcr to have a picture in like annual for daddy. • A n shining example we have ia llir right hniw! corner (third from the left) fleorge Me Caughon—immediately to the left. Hod Mrown liearna, without aid of microphone, and Keek with, Oillcn, Andrraoa, and Pinkerton took their “ browning 'lw l—iaeaao roa’lf woadering, thin i n page of the ROTeie o« engaged in training f«r their mdistie pastime —the top»erge«int on the right IrniU on to “'pntiilo patrol”—the future general erw» to prefer the watermelon to the other Implement of war—Captain William ' erooaing i» al«Mit to lull Herman limit into dream , and we atmo»i caught Hill Chamlicr with hi pant down — tearing theae merry milltari t, we wonder if Heekwlth wouldn't have Icokol lietter with the ma»k on.For the listr»li r souls who don't know when Ihev have ha-1 enough— ■wore of the ROTcie l«n» clutter up thin page. Pint, another nltempt to NtiblUi commanira-tion with the Sigma Chi house— Downer Kennhnw dream of the future at twmty-«ght eent an hour—the Junior Battery report — McCarty goto (loom, ami the Artillery Itattalloa straggle liy in review—our I wet “shavetail ’' play Trader Horn — the color ate pitifully protected Major Connor’ ransack |« r with liooU ami saddle . Slatting «u the right lop «r see a radical movement ia litetatu re—going leftward Mias Coca Cola offer a paper-chat-er, and Sidney It. Kos-enthal (not Watson) crashes a K. chapter meeting — juit liencath we find the source of the I envcxratic League ’• slush fund—then there's lUtey, (irigat.iv, and n scene from the Kacrie (Jucvn moving to the tight lielon are action shot of two courses wo missed ia college — and who knows what Itobbv Wells and I'liil Asher are looking out off — neat, just something the stad-lum-swccjicrt left after homecoming— lu tlie tenter below is Garcia's room before •• la" feeler arrived—the side view of "Crime and Punishment” Wernicke settles n long delate by proving they don't haw wings— O man Martin catches a pair of cigarette smokers students noticing the musky odor in the library will realise Cohoe is only posing, or mayhap he b -.-ashing himiclf clean of his part in the Garcia ejection.Pioiilc-nt l’ttf managca to smile despite the leaky roof on tike old I torn— Chase displays his almost all-Southern kicking foot and chunking aim—somebody practices homework for the General College willing lal —Wesley Kly and Bob Mi elder demonstrate the Theta Chi preference for the roof— l ircjoy'» f Uler -inner smiles m front of Shyster Center — Jimmy Twigg loots interested in his i e« ling—Cohoettc look coyly collegiate—vredon't know whether it’s Patricia Gainey or Tom Lm Harrow uho's such big |M i on—next is an actual life shot of n rval-honc t-to-goodnewi straight ’A’ student-and WHO let the IMt Sig 'i skeleton out of the closet f—High scliool Harold Rowe is seen in an action poso— some of tlx- Clubmen relax, l-ut that ’» not SJ.xrjK-in tbc Up — a delayed Gainesville Ikm cause an overflow on I ike City’s l us station benches — Iniaches of ball — one small, two largo—-' liar-fly,” Pratt, and the “prinia donna’' try to impress the home folks— My gawd, a dormitory lioy with a date—and llicn) cornea the Alligator —(anion the “X" book.Space filler- John Cherry and friend play •ocicty—tux had everything — Freddie Krink, llilly (lillen, an 1 mi me people praise Allah for tbe HAH' one trophy (I'iBK I : lt'Otl) — at the Hike house Hoy,I Harris. , Frank Huernscy, TulTy," and some of the r.jinj»u i' other oul-staiidin;; |«eanut ellen make love, with TulTy far in the lead—Tommy IXor-»ey -he of the prominent pro)tone i — Kurile at Buddy Hronri, who’ out of the picture lotherinn Horsey —Sam • ill-man shous her teeth to Hot Hill, IibI the rest of the Kl)’» rrmemlier Km-lly Host despite the l»or-inj; eom|iady—the I Van Ixiskm in the raja of some fr«- hm:in ailalntion.Itcardinan and Anno Canol play “boy meet jjirl" — Mr . Robinson examine n ttry nice specimen (he’ proud to » r :i CW I’li i)—nobody ever beard of them, Imt William , the »"d Hattie did hair «tr costume — at age Millie from Anne Lee l unn and Orady Lrntrr — more prominent bicuspid from the femme amt handt, who are l-einj; just too, too collegiate—IVasine Manager lhancan and hi SI. Aouu H'eiwia—i»n t it surprising ho well the Kappa Sig look with coat and tie , and, oh my, they 'vc not the White Friar Queen — Winaton Kowler |day peeping Tom — and we mention the Chi Phi’ owt of courtesy.lto! Steven in i»t» on displaying hi true contempt of I Ik Theta Chi •Inner ‘‘Loehinvar” Anally get public-ity despite the ijortu editor — the Grlgitvii shine a u«ual - The Kappa Hig’s free leer ermi to have met it match— Wcalcjr Fly and lot of teeth at the Spanish Ball --whether a dog biting n man i« news or not. Dun ran giving away a drink is—Hoyd, hroculs, Itoot-rm, brute . hiah—John Marshall raddle Cu on-terry, while aero the | age the roof ha finally given away.Maultaby imperiously eoro hi more »portiie 8 1 B brethren, w h i I e KvgbN frown again— Marion Knight beroc I ho Lyceum Counoil Unit program — at the I,son house you ran are Ullian Thornton, 8am Moore, “Lore Light” tlillen, “ Lutrclle” Black-ham, Bill Thorpe, ami the rear end of Beck-with’ date’ La Salle— •Snooper Jibh breathe moke serpent inely, while hoping for Hornet’» Xe»t Xewaft from the Fhi Kappa Taua—Don’t lie surprised by Root’ look of intelligence—To Till up the page then are two poor of Saajwhot Bril tor Qrigsby’» Dollar Six-ty-Fixe —She waaa't my date moan next year’ editor.Hi'ri' nrp mm« really wild «v w of campus whoopee—daring tkoti of thr 8t«lr U i biifc'tt «1 rk«. hotsics, dul -dull . nad ii Htiim Uivi —dr»«, our proxy nr,.I mute other tsMulivo on the nil — Proctor get playful with bli rosin- m(Tr »—I r. Johnson run outside by the mumps— the hnxkrthnll tram smiles In Wake Fowl—they «o n game up there—' • Dig .lush” look an fully pl.-ax-d by l»r, John' ' cultured kklilln" -- a nice change — the Dean pint with n me other lt»h- twofor-m-nieklo on the tieurb » a of Mow erva ami silent cheer-leader — a Preacher' ft»h ootsiwilo Chare (whnt if our joke aren't mi good, we didn't pull that old owe aliout the one that didn't pi away, •lid wef)Ju»t another meal ticket—one gue about how thii picture got In here Ren Bernie, Glen Gray, Tommy Donwy, am! Dean Hudton — Qiierni Dell and Rube Alliaon — My how you ’re change ! Rub —Proxy Butler and a little relaxation — Gigolo Kinter, and Wilma Ck -man—a trifle old for you Kinaey—Grigaby and a girt—thl» la all of (Ao r people we hope — The Kappa Sig’a and naturally they’d he excited about a girl—the eren went in the hour .of I ll o The Univ Universi HBuCbtui of [ i sitv ICeeonl fy of Florida }dti£. in LJnfoxmation 1935-36 Vol. I. Series 1 No. 1 May 1, 193 S Published Monthly by the University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida Entered in the post office in Gainesville, Florida, as seeond-elass matter under Act of Congress, August i4, p .?. Office of Publication, Gainesville, Fla.The Kerord Comprises: An attempt lo present a more Irulliful and humorous description of the university Ilian i foiiml in the Itcgistrnr’x Record. NVhile Ihc Iteeord stair feels it lias in the main succeeded in bring truthful, we quote the following items from the Hegistrar's freon to show that it has far excelled our efforts along humorous lines: In explainin' The Honor Sytlem. "One of the finest tributes to the charartcr of the students at the t'niversity is the fact that the Student Body is a self-governing group. In explainin' Student tionenunent. "Student government in the t'niversity of Florida is a cooperative organisation based on mutual confidence between Ihc Student Body and the facility." Hstenlialt or a colleye education in enyineeriny. "The student should obtain either in high school or in outside practice some knowledge of elementary woodworking. so that he will: ill Know the names and uses of all woodworking tools; (2) lie able to drive a nail straight; (3) He able to saw a straight line both with the ripsaw and crosscut: I II He aide to square the end of a board." "Till: ItKCOKD STAFF.MAI OF I IV Fit SIT Y Scats 23.01m. Mortgage I2A.OOO. I'atroiK 10. Cenovar's Oh I n r in r Hipping Val. Haskell 11 (Hive. Cody's Collapsing Col-liseiim. I'ink I'ill Palace (illness hy appointment only). Tigerl's Center of Culture. Twin Trivialities. Stanle ‘s Substitute Slaughterhouse. Billiards and llihles. Ptomaine Tavern. W. P. A.’s Century of Progress. The Swamps X marks MollCjl's Last Stand. l-eigh'v Smelly Smoke House. Alpha Camma Itlio Annex. Parley's Outhouse. Two Houses with a Single Mortgage. Inquisition Hall tPaper airplanes furnished on request). Slide Hide Villa. Museum of Mechanical Maniacs. Constnn'x Cacophonic Castle. Sleepy Hollow. Profiteer's INilare. Shyster Center. Minerva’s Madhouse. Idiots Ivy Inn. Sample's Sober Sisters. Herlong's House of Hope. Schucht's Happy Haven.(ol ii(pi:s GENERAL COLLEGE Tub GENERAL COLLEGE has Iwcn organized to administer the work of the freshman and sophomore years in the University of Florida." Obviously copied from allegedly liberal universities in the North, whose professors advised our progressive President and his flock of syehopluinlic advisers of their educational backwardness. The plan was bases! on the realization that whatever changes were made, they would necessarily have to be better than the old curriculum. It being realized that this educational mill will mainly serve society by supplying filling station attendants. Ihe course is so devised that it docs not disturb the long dormant brains of the flowers of our high schools. The new plan created one great advantage—now the professors, ns well as the students, have no conception of the purpose or content of their courses. As an aid to this progressive step, the most antiquated and least erudite members of the faculty were chosen ns instructors, thereby insuring Ihe plan’s ultimate failure. All in all, it is a stream-lined educational model powered by a Model "T" faculty. THE COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES Tm: College of Arts and Sciences is so called because the work therein falls with admirable confusion into two principal divisions: The Art of appearing to be a gentleman and the Science of avoiding undue exertion. Viewing the Arts and Sciences curriculum ns a whole, n thing well-nigh impossible, there are finir sub-divisions or GROUPS of work. I See auxiliary Itullctin AS 21 for enumeration of groups). In order to obtain n degree from the College of Arts and Sciences a student must, to the satisfaction of the Special Sub-Committee on Graduation, complete six times the number of hours in Croup II and Group III as can be counted in the total of half the difference between the hours rarned in Group IV minus those earned In Group I in excess of those earned in one-third of Group II. Questions concerning these requirements, which have not been fully explained in the foregoing lucid directions, will he fully and finally answered by Ihe Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences. His decision will Ik- subject to change only in Ihe event of an alteration in the college regulations and requirements, n thing which never occurs more frequently than twice a month. SCHOOL OF PHARMACY The School of Pharmacy presents a great opportunity to the student possessed of the manifold purpose of obtaining an education In soda Jerking and pill rolling. Not quite nble to stand on its own feet, this branch of the University is under the motherly wing of the College of Arts and Sciences. Thr pride and Joy of Ihe school is its up-to-date soda fountain and snndwieh machine, and its course in cosmetic salesmanship. A position as instructor in the college is offered to any student unable to pass the State Roard. DEPARTMENT OF JOURNALISM Nobody seemed to want the Department of Journalism, but finally the College of Arts and Sciences was elected to be Ihe goat. A four-year course in freshman theme writing is taught by a man-and-a-hnlf faculty. It Is rumored that one of the graduates has Anally been placed on the Pahokce Daily Ituglc. COLLEGE OF LAW The College of Law offers unusual opportunities for those wishing to extend their enllegiate vacation for n few more years. Here one may spend his mornings in the arms of Morpheus, his afternoons in fun and frolie. and his evenings in profound study of Claude lee's offerings. The pride and Joy of this college is its library, wherein is contained volumes practically as musty as its faculty, to wit: l can Harry It. Tmsler. a twenty-year man whose only dissipation is entertaining his Torts class after his nine o’clock ovation. Judge Robert Sprat! Cockrell. Virginia's one-time All-Southern quarterback. Ihe exponent of thirty-minute classes, and creator and sole believer in "Cockrell Ijiw." Doctor Crandall, a fugitive from the House of David, but really the only brilliant bird in the Aock. Professor Single, a Jack of all trades possessing the wit of Rogers, the skull of a cue ball, and a flair for exhilarating examples. PROFESSOR TeSclle. he of the unlit stogies, who places a "prenium" on being prepared. A fellow with Ihe knack of remembering every brother attorney's name in Oshkosh. Green Bav and Kennebec, not to mention Cedar Ray. but the perfect example of a barking dog that doesn't bite. Professor James West bay Day. the Creator’s gift to insomnia suffering students. Mrs. Ila It. Pridgeon. law librarian and faculty nursemaid, whose great misfortune is being th© Dean in duties only.COI.IJ-GE OF AGRICULTURE The College of Agriculture i composed of Iwo hundred odd rustics having llo uhilit) along the lilies of productive agriculture. and who are being groomed to Ik county agents and government inspectors. These young men absorb comprehensive knowledge of the agrarian arts by observing the college's fifty rows, live acres of sand land, and thirty chickens, and by basking in the reflected glow of the luminaries of the faculty. While graduates of this college are of little use around the farm when they return home to Gadsden. I’olk or Okeechobee counties, the cultural background of the school enables them to be brilliant conversationalists and polished wits in (he local commissaries. Fathers who have a tendency toward a swelling with paternal pride over the fact that their sons have learned to wear neckties will find this college satisfactory. COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING It is with feelings of trepidation and awe that we examine this realm of higher calculus, mechanical drawing, and hydraulics, the complexity of which pursuits might lead the observer to the mistaken conclusion that this college is a stronghold of genius and wisdom. Such ethereal ideas are soon dispelled, however, by acquaintance with the state's jolting roads, murderous bridges, and other unimpressive engineering efforts of graduates of this college. The College provides a convenient niche for some two hundred vacuous dunderheads, since it allows them to obtain u degree through the use of slide-rules, drawing boards. tripod . and yardsticks, rather than any intellect that might be present. Such pedagogy is not without advantages. however; this training of the hand instead of the head relieves embryo engineers of the necessity of delving into "intellekshual stuff" such as the Florida Review, which has a circulation of 7 per cent in the College of Engineering. COLLEGE OF EDUCATION To those who has e reached tile end of the rope in planning a future, the Collcgr of Education offers itself as a haven of faded op|H»rlunity. After a thorough examination of this branch of the University and its students, one will readily understand why Georgia teachers predominate in our state educational system, and why the legislature is reluctant to raise money to pay for no value received. COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION The Business Administration College provides an unequalled opportunity for students to acquire a brilliant insight into such secrets of life as the average rainfall in Bavaria, the intricacies of the Roosevelt rubber dollar, and the trend of consumption of cheese-cloth in Tahiti as viewed in the long run. The Dean of the College gives his freshmen a stirring address every year on the importance of dressing well, but has neglected so far to enlighten his faculty on this subject. The excellence of the college is best seen by viewing the amazing achievements of its graduates. Despite the intense competition for industrial positions in the last few years, the records of the college show that 90 per cent of its graduates have lH en placed in some of Florida’s lines! tilling stations, 7 per cent ha e risen to the heights of F. E. It. A. (with salaries up to $18.00 a week) and the remaining 3 per cent are utilizing the benefits of their higher education with the leaf raking battalions of the C. C. C. To the student who wishes to remain for four years a parasite on his family, this college is recommended. The theoretical haze that constitutes a majority of the courses will be relatively easy to forget and a degree in Business Administration will he only a minor obstacle in life. SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE AND ALLIED ARTS Yu '.N'G artists-in-the-mnking have jolly fun. At their complete leisure, they eau draw trees and dogs and lavender vases to their hearts' content, and besides that, they can pin their pictures on the wall for Mother and Dad and Aunt Deborah to see when they come for Homecoming! For constant Inspiration, the art-works of previous habitues of the I.atin-Qnarterish third floor of Peabody Hall are displayed about on the walls, and. so that students may become acquainted with the nuHlern artists, there is one Van Gogh reproduction possessed by the School. When not imbibing of the elements of beauty from the faculty, students are allowed to sketch fellow students arrayed in athletic supporters, and on very social occasions, young ladies dress-cd in bathing suits. THE IJNIVEIKSITY THE UNIVERSITY CAFETERIA Tie University operates a cafeteria with modified service permitting a narrow choice of poisons and cathartics. Under the able supervision of a descendant of Catherine de'Mcdlel excruciating digestive pains arc assured its unwitting patrons. It is practically impossible to escape from the Business Manager's office without having a meal ticket foisted upon you. The itrires of these tickets ure immaterial to the student, since those who purchase them are Immediately committed to Chattahoochee. Those who escape the asylum usually turn up at the infirmary with their intestines tied in Gordian knots. Dormitory students who are internally lined with leather and cat all their meals at the cafeteria receive a discount of four dollars per semester. The University is justly proud of this system; it is the only institution that pays its guinea pigs. HEALTH SERVICE R.KAI.IZING that physical fitness is necessary to building up the proper resistance to studying, the University maintains a mountain of A. S. A. pills, effectually covered by a structure of carefully polished stone. No charge is made for thisfll'rttih »trier—Coatimufd) scrsicc, rxcciil ti small item of $7 0, payable at registration lime fund Anpirin's selling at toe per l»i ). Of roursc. should any student be so blindly trusting as to reside in tin- Infirmary for a day or so, then are few for meals ami medicine and (llic Hoard of Control blushes) nurses. Hut Ihc service is free of charge. t Hours for elinir service are n popular mystery, ranking with squaring the circle and “who killed (lock Itobin.” II is rumored, too. that there i' « physician in attendance at all hours. A student may actually have a broken leg set that is. if he breaks it between the hours of I and ti p.m. It is the aim of the Health Service not only to function as a clinic, but also as a real, grown-up hospital. There are several methods of attaining this end. There is in constant attendance a corps of the most beautiful and gentle nurses in the world. No ordinary women they, but all were the actual models for Phidias and Praxiteles and each possesses the tenderness of the great Nightingale. Another method used for keeping the Infirmary well filled is the one used with such famous success during the past seinster. Innocent looking "carriers." usually pre-medical students, are given scholarships and a certain commission for every infection over a given quota. This past year, the mumps was put over in a way that made Frank Wright tear his hair in envy. The authorities ho| e to be even more successful in next year's program--the chosen illness being the bubonic plague. The facilities are only one step short of colossal. There is a nice nickel-plated sand blasting machine that is used In spray whatever happt us to ! • down around the nostrils of those affected with colds. The drug department basis all the chemicals left over by the Chemistry 101 Division, bill the pride of the institution is the impressive X-ray machine. Itipley promises to feature it as soon ns somebody learns how to use it. DORMITORIES TlB University tries to operate three dormitories New Dorm, Thomas, and Burkinan. They are inhabited by those who arc loo smart to join fraternities and fraternity men who have finally realized the mess into which they stepped. It is advisable for freshmen to room in the dormitories. Upperclassmen consider it their duly to instruct them in making toilet paper storms, collecting calendar beauties, and making a racket on the steam pipes. “Education should not be confined to the class-room.” The rooms are partially and disrnurogingly furnished. Maid service Is provided under the supervision of Mother "Ma" Peeler, who is ably abetted in her machinations in preventing the inmates from sleeping through 8 o'clock classes by a retinue of dark, ethereal beings from the nearby morasses, lamg years of careful research have revealed to Mother Peeler the art of keeping dust in a small space. Cobwebs are furnished free of charge roaches on request. •Veto Dormt Strictly fireproof construction and the insane gibberings of Manny Garcia make the New Dorms an ideal place for quiet study. More fire-crackers are tossed out of these windows than there are foreigners on Georgia's football teams. Thomas llatl houses what would be the Itoiirgcois if the campus were class conscious. Onlv stentorian-voiced students are admitted, since every resident must yell "To hell with Buckman’’ at least once a night. Hackman Hull is peopled almost exclusively by Ihc darlings of the Democratic l.eague, the Ag. school. Hoorn Hrnl varies in proportion to the ability of K. II. Graham to collect it. Applications should lie made when inebriated and before seeing the Swamp Angels. It Is advisable and customary not to pay the requested Reservation Fee. for such action would probably cause a riot in the Business Manager's oilier. Keys may l»c obtained, but are considered passe, since a coat hanger may Ik stolen from Archie Harris. LIBRARY ToWERING nobly on the eastern side of Ihc campus Is the University Library, a feeble counterbalance to the gymnasium and football stadium to which the University became an annex in the era of wonderful nonsense under the Great Engineer when the cry was two chickens in every pot, and foolball games instead of bread and boondoggling. Here are the lost souls of great men. except such ns Lenin and Robert liigersoll and others who offended Ihc committee of clerical inquisi tors that under authority of the legislature ransacked the place for heretical books on psychology and philosophy. Here was the symbol of Carlyle's phrase. "A university is first of all a great library,” until football Iwrumr a paying business and the War Department began its sales campaign with Ihc It. O. T. C. Here is the largest newsstand on the campus with newspapers for the solace of ronchs from Key West to cotton choppers from Quincy. For variety there is the Saturday Evening I’ost and for those who cherish the idea of replacing the family Bible with a magazine costing ton dollars a year. Fortune. The service is excellent possibly because there is so little to serve. But this Is often due to professors who seem to have eminent domain over books in their field, possibly to keep students from gelling the answers. Occasionally Im» s graduate who are proud of the fact that they have never been caught inside Ihc library, but many are those walking biological urges who sublimate their drive by light and heavy reading, such as the brave and ambitious chap who, until his health broke, tried to memorize the Encyclopedia Brltannica. OFFICE OF TIIE REGISTRAR Th E Registrar's Office iwrforms a two-fold function: that of keeping check on excessive absences in our unlimited cut system, and providing untold opportunities for unemployed I’hi Kappa Taus. A plan is afoot among students to persuade Registrar Chandler, for their condolence to hang a sign in his oilier bearing the following quotation: “THEY AI .SO SERVE WHO ONLY STAND AND WAIT." (For the benefit of those uninformed of the purposes and functions of this Office, they are earnestly advised to go anywhere but to that office for the information).MILITARY Tie Military Department serves u useful purpose in providing an outlet for profane emotions. Instructions in bayonctling, bombarding and "bulb inn’ are Riven by a stair of nattily attired "regulars" on vacation—thus proving the ancient maxims—“Clothes do not make the man." and “Those who can. do. and those who can't, teach." A basic course of two years is provided for those students having no desire for climbing the social and political ladders. Uniforms are furnished either too large or loo small, ami tend to complete the well dressed man's wardrobe. For those loving pretty uniforms and wishing bids to the Military Hall. Sabres, and Blue Key, not to mention gravy pay from the government, an advanced course of two years is ollercd. It must be noted, however, that only “perfect" physical specimens are accepted. Serve your country and your vanity gentlemen take advanced, hang around and promotion will be offered. It must be kept in mind that the merit system has been abolished as unworthy and an entirely new and undisclosed method substituted. GUIDANCE A COMPLET K program of guidance to help the student in the selection of his college and life work is an integral part of the University.” Cab drivers can provide unequalled guidance in problems caused by the predominantly mule population of the University. The uniqueness of this bureau of information w ill lie realized when it is learned that it furnishes everything from beverages to serving maids. Its worthiness and efficiency can In seen from the fact that it is endorsed by and frequently used by S. A. E.’s most astute business men. Peeples and Fori, and a majority of the I’i K. A. chapter. Upperclassmen can furnish guidance on how to escape the dreadful boredom of Tuttle's classes in Economics, Hie tedious prattle of Williams on psychology, Hathaway's senile drivel and "Moby Dick" Anderson's revolting ribaldry. STUDENT GOVERNMENT §TUDKXT (iovernment at tin University of Florida is a complex organ based upon a toothy grin, an ambitious Dean and a lethargic executive council. Considerable authority lias been granted the student body for bolding purposeless meetings which signify nothing. Every student, having paid his activiity fee is usually broke. The University authorities feel that training in acceptance of responsibility should tic given after graduation, if any and ever. The student body is theoretically a body politic occupying its franchise under grant from the Board of Control and is subject to its continued disapproval. Student government is patterned on the state and national form of government in that it has all of the undesirable features | ovsible. It has the usual three branches: (II legislative, which is embodied in the Dean of Students' Oflicc; 21 Judicial, which is embodied in Demagogue Arnold and stooges; (3) Executive, embodied in any one Hutlcr can lind lo tell him what to do. .Members of all three branches are appointed by the nominating committees of the party in power. Student government reached a new high on the morning when Jack Butler smiled, waved and "okayed" ten freshmen at the same time, and u new low when llulicit Schucht decided to go into Idiw School instead of oblivion. DFKATIXC a mere publicity agency for ambition running wild. DRAMATICS- grease paint, had acting, and a key. Y. M. C. A. Two hundred students having nothing else to do. SOCIAL FRATERNITIES- -A combination of barrooms and the necessary ante-rooms. The (•reek letters are symbolic of nothing. IIOX'OK SOCIETIES The means to Hu end of Balfour's fortune. IT B LIGATIONS The SEMINOLE, yearbook of the University, is published by the student body with apologies. Blue Key lluds the Seminole the only reliable gauge of an individual student's activity, and chooses its candidates by consulting the number of times a man's photograph (distinctive portraits by Alan Anderson) is reproduced in the annual. Fraternities impress rusliees with the copiousness of their membership by exhibiting their page of smiling, buck-toothed brothers. (See 1930 Seminole, page 296). THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR A weekly rehash of what was written the week before, with a few more journalistic errors, is the organ of undergraduate thought and expression on the campus. With average intelligence, a reader can interpret typographical errors, and thereby find out bow many Phi Kappa Taus Bill Jibb mentioned in the Hornet's Nest. TIIK FI.OBIDA REVIEW is the limbo of disappointed literati. THE FI.OBIDA COLLEGIA FARMER is published by Students of the (adlcgc of Agriculture, so that tlie homcfolks may see that Reuben is leading liis class in Itovine Obstetrics. THE “F" ROOK, written la years ago, and rclmuud every year. THE HOARD OK STUDENT PUBLICATIONS MaKVEI.OUS ill the fart that they can read, but usual in the fact that they ran only partially understand tvhnl they read, Hie members of Hie present Board of Publications stagnate in self-made efllciency. A well-organized mob. Ibis group is composed of several of Hie institution's most enterprisingly negligent students, and an even greater number of admirably ill-suited or prohibitively busy faculty littlc-aud-big-wigv Take for a few small instances Chairman Kokomoor. who should by now have learned to count words (at least on bis lingers). TeScllc, whose legal knowledge is bis only literary asset, Emig. who is so busy being the professor in Hi;- professor-nnd-a-lialf college as to interfere only at frequent intervals, and yes Iasi, “Jittery Jake" Dolhcarc. who hasn't yet finally, conclusively, and for all time decided whether or not he is on the Board or for that matter anything else. The student members, Hedrick. Chambers and Grigsby are in reality too involved with their own private alTairs to be considered memlx-rs. Hedrick pass court to the Florida Times-Union. Chambers to the Orange and Blue Bulletin, and Grigsby to Dean Tolbert.(The Hoard of Sludrnt Publicationt—Continued) All in nil, this contingent, in its entirety, might well follow one of its own policies—"The Hoard of Student publications shall perform its responsibilities with the single purpose of serving best the interests of the University of Florida,”—ond resign! CAMPUS NOTORIETIES StANMORK CAWTHON, the only non-fraternity available who didn’t want an office (graduating senior). Guv Boms, sacrificed everything in order to qualify himself for Blue Key. S. T. Dell, a conscientious mask covering queslionable motives; Wii.i.smo Asms. a College of Education mind fumbling through Law hooks; John Lloyd. a pompous ass attempting dignity; Bill I-sntakk. bluffing with a deuce in the hole; Boa Himo, a blank look which it real: Kenneth Kitlut, matter over mind; Dick Lundy, earnestness festering; Wilub Lines, West Florida intoxicated; Jran Bush, energy uneonllned. THE BOOK STORK CoMBADE HIATTS Book Store and Soda Fountain. etc., is Florida’s stronghold of socialism where the profits are shared by the student body, and the business is operated on an entirely altruistic basis. With the uid of his callous subordinates the Comrade metaphorically rapes and ravages poor Knny-rJdden students, charging up to a hundred per cent more. In some cases on required text-ok . However, ••we” all share in the prolits which go into this fund or that sock, so nothing can be done about it except purchase second-hand text books or going without. (Most students prefer the latter course). Buying a lunch at the soda fountain is like playing u game. The management has added a penny here and subtracted a penny there to the prices of sandwiches and sundaes, so that students must get out pencil ami paper and ligure out their bills in 7s. Its. and 12 l-2s. A tie-up with the fraternity system is suggested by drinking cups emblazoned with Hellenic insignia which are sure to make some kind of an impression on the minds of the unaware. F It AT i: It IV IT I E S SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON This is the second largest fraternal order in the State (it is slightly outnumlK'red by the Townsend Club). Thus, despite the individual detexti-bilily of the tioorish Willie Daniel, the Pollynnnaish Jack Beckwith ad infinitum the sheer bulk of the chapter's ninety-six votes makes it valuable political proiH-rty. Smathcrs and Stcmblcr have attempted to end a political depression of years stunding by having the members forget their ill-founded conceit long enough to speak to an occasional passer-by. Not that the latter ever cares. Further, they are sufficiently deluded to believe that social pre-eminence may be as-quired by substituting dipsomania for decorum und inhabiting a rambling architectural monstrosity filled with ten-year-old furniture. A campus-wide event of great importance was the long-lookcd-forward-to graduation of Jack Judy. BETA KAPPA TlK chapter collapsed when excessive social life at the cross-roads caused both members to flunk ut of school. BETA THETA PI Thh p. or local relative of a wealthy national foundation! If their brighest luminaries now arc "Tar Baby" Boyd, Bill Boring. Paul Pope and Mark Ahrano, how will they shine when "Busy Iszy lias gone?” PHI KAPPA TAU Hi E record of this fraternity proves the copy-book platitude that hard work will bring mediocre success to mediocre men. In Bill Lantalf thev have the only perennial president on Ihc campus; in Archie Harris the only perpetual pledge; in Bill Jibb. Ihc snooping successor to Paul Best -in fact, mediocrity. PI KAPPA pin TlKIIt Jack Bush best described this chapter by innocently claiming in his political campaign lliul he was a non-fraternity man. DELTA TAU DELTA DkI-TA .ETA chapter installed in 1925. For having nothing to talk about we have said a great deal. THETA CHI FlBST, to clear up any doubt as to its existence,— this group inhabits the yellow eye-sore many students pass on their way to the theatre. Furthermore. proving that socially the chapter iM-bmgs where it is. i. e.. in obscurity Tln-la Oil, in the person of its leader Pete Tully outstripped all rivals in social climbing brazenness by trying to sell a nominating committee vote for a bid to L’Apachc. Finally, commiseration is offered to "Poop” Middlckauff. PHI BETA DELTA A LITTLE undue consideration must lie given the "herring snatchers" of Masonic Street. Their chief claims to fame lie in the fact that the O.U.T.’s finally conceded them their place on the campus, and it takes an executive order for one to play their newly purchased, wholesale radio.(Phi Rtta lull it—I •»« « ) ik-itiK scholarly gentlemen of culture, they will have nothing to «|o with tlicir so-called uncouth good-time-Charlic "loundsmen" (Yiddish for yokel) on Ninth Street. To those interested the initiation fee is a dollar ninety-eight and up. It is hinted though that all brothers will sturt paying rent and dues next year. Despite "Dean Hudson" Katz of Blue Key. a high standing in intraiuurals, and free dues, they were deserted by prize-pledge Benny Holden win preferred the “loundxinen" to culture. SIGMA NU At this house there are no athletes, scholars, politicians, or paid bills. There are no athletes or scholars because they are too busy dressing. There are no politieians because of Patterson and Lines. There are no paid bills because it is ini|H v ible for the Simmons brothers to pay for room, board and bears at the same time. Since Sigma Nu athletes, scholars and politicians are beyond present memory, the current paucity caused no consideration. Paid bills, although equally unheard of. were this year so scarce that irate creditors almost forced discontinuance of their only fraternal activity house parties. Considering this annual display of two-year old while coats, dark pants, and bow ties ini|H-rative. the brothers finally discovered sutlicient new credit to hold a feeble imitation of entertainment. Students who are not frightened away by the size of the mortgage and who have no objection to association with obnoxious small-town social climbers may liiul the Sigma Nil's to their liking. The fraternity creditors hope that future years will produce an ample supply of such dullards. ALPHA TAU OMEGA AKTKII realizing last year that their chapter had reached a state of decay inatchrd only by that of the fraternal barracks, and lacking the material means to remedy the latter condition, the A. T O.’s sought by raiding the non-fraternity sanctums of Blue Key. the football team, and the Student Government, to transfuse licttcr blood inti, an anemic fraternal body. Iteversing an old axiom that a fraternity ran help its men. they pledged Sclnieht. Mathcny and Nettles, hoping they could help the fraternity. This Scnior-plcdg ing seems justifiable when it is realized that years of Freshman-pledging have accumulated only such offensive nonentities as u repugnantly raucous Paul Whatley, an oflkious Nelson Davis, and worst of all. a despicably penurious Bred Whittle. Add to this jetsam. Carl Anthony, who thinks that a Blur Key earned at Oglethorpe makes him distingue. Jack Pinkerton, who gave up Inixing for dancing, proving equally incapable at both, and Barney Barnhart, who is useful solely iN'cause of his laundry credit, and it is seen that the whole of the dormitories might be needed as a counter-irritant. Perhaps, if these non-fraternity stimuli prove sufficiently ell re live, the A. T. O.’s may oner again In- aide to pledge some reputable freshmen. PHI DELTA THETA Kent BOYLE. Bruce Tyler. Bill Castle. Karl Gardner, Hubert Hoag, Poopy Boyd. Hugh Mansi n, M. M. Parrish, Pike Holstein, FHANK WRIGHT need we go on? 1 1 KAPPA ALPHA A» organization of rountry-boys-with-coats-on composed mainly of two groups. Those heading the llrst, Arthur Jordan, Tweed McMullen, and the incomparable "Ducky" Duncan are commonly conceded to be the biggest asses on the campus and don’t care. While the leaders of the second. "Barfly” Boykin. James Pratt, and one William Jones do care. As different as these Isvo groups, are the two phases of their social activity. The ladies who grace the front room are comparatively respectable, but the demi-mondcs who make spasmodic visits to the backyard cause the brothers frequent worries. It is a kind Providence that keeps the Pikes from true self-evaluation. DELTA CHI T.K fact that the chapter resides at 1970 University Avenue is all anyone knows or cares to know about the Delta Chi. KAPPA ALPHA Tin K. A.’s are building their house on a twenty-year plan, and an equal amount of time should suffice to satisfy the ambitions of "l-want-lo-bc-a Blue-Key’’ Freeman, their flaccid leader. Somehow these children have confused Southern Aristocracy with the wanning of their posterior extremities. They once possessed the dubious distinction of lieing Florida’s ace alcoholics. A careful campaign of chair-warming has changed this, left them no distinctions at all. unless one would consider Mizell and Knight distinctive. SIGMA CIII ’Em chapter’s great relief over the departure of Sonny Wagg made the crudities of Louis Hill, Craword Solomon, and Jack Tyree seem only minor troubles. After many fruitless years s|H-nt in obsequious attempts to enter the outer fringe of the social circles of the "big live," they Anally gave up and settled down to a monotonous routine, broken only by the exhilaration of winning the decoration cup of Homecoming. Newcomers on the cumpus who may have formed idyllic conceptions of the "Sweetheart of Sigmu Chi" arc likely to have their illusions shattered by the feminine atrocities escorted by the local chapter.PI DELTA SIGMA Tins chapter refute the allegation that it is a local by pointing with pride to the other chapter at the 1'niversity of Miami. When one realizes ‘ that Hill O’Bryan is their "Man-on-Horseback. ’ it is easy to understand why this is the first group to point pridcfully to anything in the Miami institution. LAMBDA CHI ALPHA Di-SI'ITK the Creek letters on its portals, they maintain a barbarous spirit that far exceeds in crudity anything that may he found in the bowels of Burkinan llall. Their only claims to respectability arc the presence of Charlie Wright, the “Owl" soda jerkcr, in the annex ami the absence of "Pec Wee" MeKeown from the chapter. SIGMA PHI EPSILON When one realizes that these children arc some of the biggest men from Florida’s smallest towns, their rural eccentricities will nut be surprising. Typical are: Spec Kinsey, who after u five year collegiate career has worked up to the position of Cainesville High School' chief gigolo; Brian McCarty, whose personality proves that there an- some social faults which neither IJsIcrinc nor Lifebuoy will destroy; and "Butter-mouth" Walsh, whose assumed arrogance only accentuates his inherent insignificance. Then, too, there is courteous, kindly Carlisle Hughes whose campus-wide reputation for amiability is so well known. KAPPA SIGMA The greatest achievement to which a Kappa Sig can aspire is being mentioned by the Attii utur in connection with a Kappa Alpha Theta. Hue to Frank Foster's influence on the Allij ator they were able to satiate this all-consuming desire for publicity to the utter boredom of the entire campus. One would think that a fraternity containing such curiosities as Foster. Bud Brown. Class, and Craven should remain silent, or if they must have publicity, might with some of their specimen open a museum of unnatural history. ALPHA GAMMA RIIO Tie first inheritance that has hern theirs in years disregarding of course the numerous blessed events in the animal husbandry department came in the form of the presidency of the Interfraternity conference. This position, our dairy-barn-daisies. degraded to the point of placing in the hands of one fatuous Hick l.undy. Having garnered a broad social background from a life-long connection with the Future Farmer of America, l.undy set al»out lo remake the campus according to his own standards. Thus Barney Itapp! DELTA SIGMA PHI TllS fraternity is herein mentioned out of courtesy to its Mr. Crigshy, whose political genius elected the editor of this annual. THKTA KAPPA NU TllS organization serves as a social outlet for the Florida Itrview staff. A slight embarrassment art.se when the sheriff deposited the brothers in the gutter over rental arrears, with complete disregard for their aesthetic feelings. Master stroke of the year came when Don “Whoops My Ih-ar" Alvarado was pledged as an economy move in lieu of a housemother. TAU EPSILON PHI FoitTY-ODD sons of Florida's most successful Junk dculers, second-hand salesmen, fire sale artists, with a few down-at-the-heel Brooklynite thrown in. The chapter has had to rely upon the possession of IMiilip Selbcr. the only man Itob-erl Hoag could beat hi an election, a monopolization of Bethea’s pool parlor, a rather revolting habit of dancing together, along with the exlrem-lv irritating personalities of Shapiro. Segal and Diamond, for what ill-gained notoriety they have had. CHI PHI Tie boys have tried hard since Jim Chase lifted them out of the slums and attired them in coats. Says DuBois, "It is belter to have tried and failed than never to have tried at all.” Says Hoardman. "We won t quit trying until DuBois makes l hi Kappa Phi" in other words, forever.STATE ItWK ('•AINKSVILLK. FLORIDA v --- M I: M H l: It I'KOF.IIAL HUXKRVK SYSTEM M I VJ licit »• III It V I. in: POX I T ISMUANO CONI'OttA T III N The l irsl af ional Hank "The Old Reliable" GAIXKSYII.I.E, FI.OHIDA IncorporuU-d ISX»S ■mi kitti: r. n: JKItltY OWN KID WKST I NIVIHSITY AVI SO. UAINKXYUXK. 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Phosphate mining is the largest mineral industry in the state and supplies two varieties of a total value of approximately $10,000,000 yearly.STIJIH: T ATIILI I M ( OlM IL HaHIIIn Ki'I-MII MllMILKKAl'rt' JoNKN SlIMlMIA President Vice-President Secretary • 173the '' F ’ ’ r l LT it i » :t 5 - :t « OFFICKKS Jl-SS ll Hill It. ... Melton Ware Kenneth Kpperi .................. Haromi Itiiwr. MKMHKRS Dan Allen Kari. Caiaoniii Kiirol Mextrezat (iKOMIK ANRERSON Archie Harris Wai.it r Miroi k a in BoH It AHA’ Biros Hendricks Bill Miller Jack Beckwith Ai. IIicklanr Jack I’inkmiton Dhayton Riiiniiakr Si i. II'Nton Ren Porch l ON Kill ROES George IIoaye Tom Price Rail Brock Carlisle lll'Gllis Bor ItlCKETT Alton Brown Ron Ivey Charley Root Shaw Rick Newt Jackson llAROIJt Roave John Huuhol'ciik Job Jenkins Rare Si ari:oooit;ii Wai.ti h Camiaom. Jack Johnson Hi iiimi Sciiiciir Billy Ch.uk Jesse Jones John Seay Floyd Christian Sherwood Junta Rii.i. Selseh Jack Clark Harry Kicijteb I.aiirv Si aimi Si on k a Cohen ••Spec" Kinsey Art Siioi'se Dale Conk J I li an Lane Roger Snow Arnky ( IX La Deli. Lawiiorn Riel Stephens Bor Dkan Roil Litrsay Emmett Tai.eey Jesse Dooley Kodik Joe I-onq Billy Ti rndi Roy Kciiols Jack I ive Melton Ware Kenneth Kithu Her McAni.v "Pop" Warner Krnent Fikcemiavm J. II. McClane Richaho Warren Jess Fmirii.i. Ron McMi'LI.en IH'ki: Warren Bill Forsyth Charles Matiikny Sam Wiiitayell J11ison Freeman Walter M ayhkkry Ken Willis Ryiu Fryer ollie Maynard S. 1.. Yon Billy Gaither Archie Mkatyarr Rill Zeavarski President Vice-President Secretory-Treasurer Choir own Donee Committee Feriiii.l Ware KpPERT Rowec ii i : k it l i: a i» i: it s ItlUiNV N Hcxxixi. Kiiknt man Head Cheer LeaderFlorida' Captain Chase K r e c t Co-Captain Me Kniiclat of Georgia. The games in Jackson-ville always draw the largest crowds. For the fourth consrrutlire season. Florida's Fighting (odor finished their schedule with » Inliil of 17 touchdowns no more, no less. Disaster dogged the Gators lifter their first game, and loosened up only twice during the remainder of the schedule. This year was one of the most uneventful seasons experienced by the Snurinns in many years, as far as winning games was concerned. Florida's nil-alumni coaching stair did. however, produce a sipi.nl whoso spirit was remarkably keen during the entire sea- son a squad that fought doggedly against heavier, more experienced opposition and took the gruelling grind cheerfully. Hampered by the loss of eleven letter-men from the previous year's team. Coach Dutch Stanley hail to build bis team with com-paratively inexperienced Sophomores tilling in—or subbing in many positions, lie turned out an eleven that did admirably well for Its weight and experience. Again this year at the close of the season. Florida Inst ten grldilcr from the varsity ranks. Men who ended their football careers as members of a Gator team are: Billy Chase. Alton Brown. ■ 1 C ■ Auburn pulls a deceptive spinner play on the Gators in the game at MiamiAlton Brown,lanky Gutor center, units Green. Georgia's fullback. Florida hits the high spots in the git mi with Sewiinec'.s Tigers. Billy Turner, Al llicklund, Jesse Jones. Huh McAnly, Waller Mid-dlrkaulT, Jack Beckwith ami Hubert ScJnichl. Gator roaches are likely to llnd it dinieult to round up ten new men to take the places of those lost, for among them are some of the steadies! as well as the most versatile gridmen on the squad. The Gators got off to a good start in the first game of the season when they tangled with Stetson on Florida Field. The Hatters were swamped, by the Gators, 3! to 0, after a scoreless llrst quarter. Hopes for a good season received .1 serious set-hack in the Gators' next game with Tulane's hard-driving Greenies. The Florida team loosed a llashy aerial attack in the llrst quarter, and a pass from Chase to Christian, standing Indiind the Tulane goal line, gave the Gators a "-point lead at the end of the llrst period. Then Tulane got going, and the Gators crumbled before them to the extent of Hires’ touchdowns and an extra |M int. Final score. Tulane ID. Florida 7. The next week-end Mississippi mud and a Mississippi ballcarrier named Bay llapes proved the Gators' undoing. Ole Miss Auburn springs a smashing off-tackle piny that nets a touchdown.Jones flips .1 lulml in nit effort lo penetrate Ihe lough licnrgiu defense. bested Kluriilii, 27 l« I , on a sloppy. treacherous Held. The Gator touchdown was the first of the season to lx scored on Mississippi. Seven days later, before a gala homecoming crowd in Florida Field Stadiinu Ihe (i.ilors met another Waterloo in a hard-fighting Maryland team. The played a great Maine, but just couldn't gel over that last white stripe. Maryland not the breaks, took ad-vantage of them, and emerged victorious, 20 to 0. The hlllerrst loss of Ihe season, probably, was the Maine dropped to Georgia in Fairllebl Stadium. Jacksonville. Hoped to lose to the liulldogs by a large margin, the Gators fought a great battle that threatened all Ihe way through to upset the dope bucket. The liulldogs, with an alertness born of desperation, managed to partially block an attempted |uick-kirk by Chase late in the last iiuartcr. Well down In the Cator territory, they put the ball over the llnal marker in two plays, and later repulsed every Gator scoring threat to win Ihe guiue. 7 lo 0. Traveling up lo Ix-xington. Kentucky, the Florida team was guest for Kenuleky's homecoming. Report hail been that Kentucky had something in a certain half-back by the name of Bob Davis. Kentucky had. lie led his team-male lo a I.' lo 6 vie-Stetson tlrivn into the Gators in a fruit levs effort to gain. lory over the Gator . while u crowd of 10,00(1 fans shouted them-selves hoarse at his spectacular runs. Fall Frolics at Florida brought added pep to the campus, and a victim for the Gators in the form of the Sewance Tigers. Six thousand persons saw the light team from the lulls of Tennessee hold the Floridians to a scoreless first half. Hut the second half told a dillerent story. The sponsors just couldn’t be disappointed. The Gators galloped across for two touchdowns, and won 20 lo 0. Georgia Tech’s Yellow Jackets brought the Gators more of their wonted misery. Still smarting from the .'to-7 lu-ating the Gators gave them a few years ago, the Jackets recognized the knock of opportunity, and slung back viciously. The story of the game has a simple plot: Florida fumble Tech recover linal count. Tech 39. Florida ft. The next week-end. for the llrst lime since they won from Oregon in Miami in 1929. Florida's griilmeii visited the Magic Gity for a game, this lime with Auburn. The touted Plainsmen, recognized as formidable all season, experienced little ilillieults with the Gators. The Alabamans, alert to capitalize every break. Shifty Tiger Mayberry giving would-be Stetson tacklers lots of trouble. lost of the Stetson team rying to slop hard-driv- If f • I dll'... . ■ . -. - .. ■ ■■ - . f _ n • .. tJ’-rfs-.,- _«_v- n A smooth-working spinner functioning in the Maryland game. Iliiglics closes in to help a n unidentified team inale down an Auburn Buck. tracked across four touchdowns to the Gators' one. Filial count. Auburn 27. Florida G. Closing a disastrous season in Tampa, the Gators took on South Carolina in their final Name. Neither team had scored at the end of the lirst half, hut Florida brought whirlwind action to the game in the final period. FlashinK. long runs and determined driving down the Held gave the Culors four touchdowns, and a 22 to 0 victory over the Gamecocks. A bright ending for a gloom season! Thirly-Iwo men received letter awards at the close of the season. They are: Captain Billy Chase. Alternate Captain Alton Brown, Billy •'Foots' Turner, Julian Lane, Charlie Boot, Al llick-land, Floyd Christian. Kenneth Epnert, Jesse Jones, Huh Mr-Anly, S. I.. Yon. Carlisle Hughes, Zollie Maynard. Hubert Schuclit. Harry Kieliter. Waring Miller. Bill Stephens. Walter Mayberry. Kenneth Willis. Theodore Hendricks. Johnny Burroughs. Joe Jenkins, Ben Porch. Harold Itowe, Bob Ivey. Walter MiddlckaulT, W. T. Warren, Jack Beckwith. Bohcrt Bicketl, Charles Matliony, Truman Scarborough, and Abney Co , manager. Beaching for a high one in the Auburn game two didn't reach it. One of the hard-running Auburn backs who brought disaster to the Gators.Jones leaps up lo caleh .1 difficult Inn pass an«l falls—with the IkiII. SEASON II Kt'O II II September 26 Stetson 0 Florida 34 November 0 Kentucky IS; Florida 6 October 12 Tulane 111 Florida 7 November 16 Sew once o; Florida 20 October 10 Mississippi 27 Florida 6 November 23 Georgia Tech 39; Florida 6 October 26 Maryland ...... 20 Florida C November 30 Auburn 27; l-'lorida 6 November 2 Georgia 7 Florida 0 December 7 South Carolinu 0; Florida 22 Into the line for no gain. Warren and Beckwith protecting an unidcnlilird kicker.Coach. “Dutch Stam.fvIImiw v lllCKLANU McAnlv Munitf rr, Ai»n» v Cox F It i: S II 1 A A F O O T It A L I. Loach Itainey (awthon’i freshman football loam lurnnl in a k kmI record for I be season with a score- |,-vs lie with the I ron ft Naval Air Station team al Pensacola, and a victory over the Stetson freshmen. Ileftinniiift with one of llic larftesl frosh squads ever to turn out. Coach Cawthon and his assistant. Welcome Shearer, drilled them intensively in the fundamentals of the ftaine. ftradually reducinft the sire of the st|uad lo a workable number. In tlic ftamc with the Naval Station team in Pensacola, the froth were doped lo lose by a large score, as the Aviators had swept through four games undefeated. The Haby Gators fought tenaciously, however, and thanks to the consistent ftains of Mullins, and Pate's educated toe, kepi the Aviators from scoring. The frosh themselves were unable lo develop sulUeient punch lo put llic ball across, and tile game ended 0 lo 0. Stetson's freshmen came to Gainesville brill on avenging the defeat handril their varsity by thr Gators early in the season. Hut Florida's freshmen displayed plenty of alertness ami drive, kniling through Stetson's line seemingly at will. The Haby Hallers had a trick or two in the bag. though, and scored twice. The game elided 32 to 12. Several of the frosh showed promise as future varsity material, ami they may bolster next year's Gator team considerably. More than thirty men received numeral awards for their play this season. Those recognized in this manner were: James Oxford, Oscar. Davis. Frank Kocsix. Hugciie l.aurent, Verne (hmdbreud, Sidney Tally. John Love. Kd Thomas. John Crabtree. Watson Itnmsey, Gordon Gardner, Tom Walker. Clitrord Wluddon. J«» - McLeod, Merle (a»kcr, Gonzalo Gruitrll, Jimmy Thomas, l-’onia Pennington, Norman Pate. Harold llarticr. Kd Manning. IWchurd Hrown. Hubert Stanford, William McArthur. It. W. Cummings. I.. D. Mullins. Itcn (•olden, Woodrow Williamson. Linwood Perry, A. W. Sullivan, and Ernest Krchcr. manager. SKASO. II KI'OIK o Pensacola Naval Air Station 0; Florida 0. Stetson Freshmen 12; Florida 32. - 180 -  Bmkwitii Kick bit I.OVK Christian (itmrtl (it mrtl Forward Guard VA It S I T V BASKET IK A I. L The Mine nemesis that dogged the kiWc|« of Florida's foo|| ;ill team followed Hour on the hwl» of Coach Urn Clemons' vanity basket ball learn, and the season dosed with I he Gators taking only four out of lifteen games. Although Coach Clemons li.nl eight letter-men back from last season, the Floridn five just couldn’t seem to net going. I.uck failed to smile on them often, and when I lie team was clicking it didn't last long. Uegardless of their numerous defeats, they won a reputation throughout the South for their line sportsmanship. More than one Southern sports writer noni-inoted the Floridians as the most sportsman-likc team seen on the Hour this season. The Gator quint was always in there lighting, right up to the linal whistle, and the fael that they lost so many contests is not a true indieation of the caliber of the team. The (iators got off to a very good start by winning the first two games of the season. They pried the lid oil the schedule by engaging Georgia Tech’s highly rated quintet in Jacksonville. Kvidenlly Tech had been over-rated, inasmuch as the (iators brought home a .’Hi to 2a win over the (irorgiuns. BVRII Fitvhit Mantnjer (hutch III Ouimoss Stetson was the next (ialor victim nnd the last for a long stretch. The (iators barely won over the boys from Delaind, racking up just three more points than the Halter live. Score, 27-21. Hailed as an tqi and coming team, the Florida five was expected to go places after two opening victories. Kill regardless of the high spirit, the jinx got them, and they lost nine games In-fore breaking into the win column again. They dropped two games to Mississippi A. M., lost one to Stetson, and then four straight games to (lenrgia’s Bulldogs. Wake Forest, in the first game, eked out a two-point victory-over the (iators. Duke trounced them by a margin of eleven |M»ints on their trip to North Carolina. In the second encounter Wake Forest provided the Gators with their third victory of the season. ('.AIT. (ifMMiK SM ATHHVS CenterCm r mat tiunrd III IMOU'.IIS Center Kpcmit Forward Foils VT11 Forward IIASKKT HALL when I In Saurian began In find the basket and ended the flame eight points ahead. Georgia Terli avenged for their early m-iiwiii defeat at llu hands of (he Gator by winning 3H In 22 in u game played at Atlanta. Auburn invaded the tiatnr ramp for the last two flames of llu srhedule. They won the llrsl, 22 to 111. although the Florida five took an early lead. Then on the following night Florida re- SL SO January 1 Ceorgia Tech Fla. 26 Opp. 22 “ 7 Stetson 27 21 to Miss. A. A M. 22 51 • II Miss. A. A M. 22 36 “ II Stetson 23 30 17 Georgia 28 27 ■ IX Georgia 22 13 ( • on 11 ii ii t 1) versed the decision to hand the Plainsmen a 20 to 12 licking. Varsity 'T’V were voted to ten men at the elose of the strenuous schedule. Men to rrreive awards an’ Captain George Smallicrs. Joint burroughs. Floyd Christian. Jack Cove. William Forty I h. Kenneth Kpperl. ItoWrl Hickell. Jack lleckwith. Billy (iailher. and liyrd Fryer, manager. II K O II II Fla. Opp. February 7 Georgia 32 to •• X Georgia 22 27 “ 13 Wake Forest 32 31 “ It Duke 31 12 - 15 Wake Forest 32 21 17 Georgia Tech 22 3'J .. 2, Auburn iii 32 ' 22 Auburn 2«» 13F IK F S II XI A X IK A S K K T IK A I. I Sixty candidates for the freshman basket ImII tram turned out in res|M»nso to the llrsl call issued by (loach Welcome Shearer, who guided the froth through one of the most successful seasons a freshman basket hall team here has ever ha«l. Forced lo cut the squail in half before the end of Ihe lirxl week, for lack of space and equipment, ('oncli Shearer rapidly developed a smooth-working outfit that swept through an eleven-game schedule victorious in all hul one contest. Alert guards and sharp-shooting forwards worked together as one man. and opposing learns found Ihe Florida aggregation too tough to handle, except in the case of the seasoned Pensacola Naval Air Station Irani, which bested the freshmen by seven points, 36-29. Numerals were given lo len men at Ihe close of Ihe season as follow’s: Clifford Whiddon, Harold Barber; Conzalo Cram-ll. Foil in Pennington, Itirhard Brown. Kdward O'KclIy, Kd .Mitchell. IM l . “Moon” Mullins. J. P. Bourgeois, and Irving Klepper, manager. SEASON Cainesville High Andrew Jackson High Julia l.andoii Pensacola Naval Air Sluliou Chiplcy Malone Marianna ........... Gainesville High Itobcrt K. I.ee High Ocala • II KfO II II 18; Florida 31 38; Florida 41 18; Florida 41 38; Florida 39 36; Florida 29 H; Florida 42 I"; Florida 36 13; Florida 29 33; Florida 30 23; Florida 42 23; Florida 31 • 19 0 - VA UNITY IKASKHALL Prospects of ;i season 11•;11 will Ik- iioiic I ki bright fine Coach IU-ii Clemons mill his varsity Ium IwII li'iiin ns this article goes to prtu. (macii Clemons. once n slnr linrlcr for tin (tutors him-self, limls himself with only one seasoned pitcher, .•ml with new and inexperienced men to lit into two key inlield positions. Already the nine has droppeil two games to the Gainesville Hawks on the Iim'uI field, mid more stiff opposition is in store for them. A little seasoning may do wonders with the lemii. however, mid only the scores of the remaining games will tell the tinul story. A look over the (tutor roster shows nlnnil wind Coach Clemons Inis to Imild with. Captain Johnny Seay can lake care of the catching assignment in fine style. hut lie is the only tried and true man iH'hind the hut. Other catchers in the (iator fold include Jess Parker, Paul Shelley. Carlisle Hughes. Harold Itowc, It. C. Fogle, and I ted Stephens. Cl.MIK Mizkll Ivr.v ItAMItAl.l. April 'J Gainesville April II Gainesville April la Auburn April h; Auburn April 17 Oglethorpe April IX Oglethorpe April 2| Georgia April 2'J Oglethorpe April 30 Oglethorpe May II Georgia May 12 Georgia MIIKIHIti: Fla. (iaincsville I Gainesville ft I Auburn Auburn Atlanta Atlanta Athens (iainesville (iainesville Gainesville (iainesville Newt Jarkson is Coach Clemons lone experienced pitcher. hddic Joe lanig, regular oiilliclder Iasi year, is to In cnsl into the hurling slot this season, hut he has had no mound experience since his high selntol days. Seven other aspirants oiler |Mtssihililie : (ins Admits. At lliekland, Claude Kensliaw, Clifton Kcrby, Julian Proctor. Karl Powers amt Ken Willis. It can be readily seen that the loss of Hill Fcraxxi, Spec Kinsey. Jack Itostwirk and Ahe Pennock. who liuished their (iator baseball careers last spring, left a vast gap in the pitching ranks. A pitcher either Kcrby. Proctor, or Powers will have to hold down first base. At third, Hoh Ivey. Maynard Mel.loyal, and (irorge Armstrong are Hie candidates. It is only at second base, where Ken Kppcrl. Alvis (irren, and Tif Tiirnlmlt will hold forth, and at shortstop, where Jack (.'lark and Sid Cohen will apparently bailie il oul. that there is any previous varsity experience among the inlield men. In the oullicld, the outlook is not so had. provided three Im» s who have earned "TV heretofore, produce a hatting punch so sadly lacking Iasi year. Don Bridges. Toddy Carroll, and Buddy Mixed, are I lie experienced men. Mixed did not play last year after winning his Idler in '31. Car-roll. incidentally', is I he only man on this year’s squad with two baseball Idlers. So the Gators face their season’s warfare with a great opportunity facing the young, inexperienced Imy.x who apparently must carry the liig load this year. Baseball dopesters do m | hank heavily on inexperience when seeking combi-nations most likely to break regularly into the win column. Comji Hi n Cm moss Three numeral winners from last year’s freshman outfit. J. Hoy Duggan. Hen Porch, and Jim Hicks will offer fhe mosl competition.Jackson Kimiv 1.0X0 Aim Ms Hknmiaw :V° 0 Coiir.x Huiik.i-n Kn-uir Howe Gaiihom. ,v0 io, vo :o ,voV A It S I T V T E A I S Foil Florida tennis (ram. undefeated in stale inter-collegiate circles for the past three year . Manager Dirk Sutton predicts an unblemished record again this season. The Gator net men have swept through six malrhes undefeated so far and have had little diflirulty in xuhduinK oppo. silion. Iteginning their season by taking on Hollins they handed the Tars a lopsided X to I licking, allowed them only one victory in singles, held them scoreless in doubles. M.matter Sutton's eharftes continuing in top form, let Stetson take only two doubles matches in the next eontest and Rave them an overwheliiiinR 7-2 laeinR. A return nialrli with the Hollins team found the Tars in sliRhlly heller shape, saw them narrow the margin of Gator victory to 7-2. MeelinR Stetson aRain, the Gators found it not didimll to subdue them once more, this time by a count of X to I. Georgia State Teachers. invnditiR Gainesville, found the home team too touRh to handle, took not one match, returned to (irorRia leaving Florida a 7 to 0 victory. Davidson invaded the local courts ten days later, pul up a stiff light, failed to break down the Gator defense, lost 4-2. As the Seminole goes to press the team is embarking on a four-day trip that carries them into Georgia to meet Fniversitx of Georgia. Georgia Tech and Kmory. Success seems not unlikely. The six men representing Florida on the courts are Ian Sim. Allen Wealherby, Itnlph Taylor. Don l.oucks, Sam O'llrvau and Harold llendrrly. TK.VMS srill lM l.i: Fla. February 21 Hollins Winter Park 1 X February 2X Stetson Gainesville 2 7 March 7 Hollins Gainesville 2 7 March 11 Stetson D 1 - i lid i X March 20 Georgia State Teachers College Gainesville 0 7 March 30 Davidson Gainesville 2 4 April 15 Georgia Athens April 17 Kmory Atlanta April IX Georgia Tech Atlanta 104  A derision over Furmun on the Graham Field track, and high |x»inl honors in the Atlantic Seaboard A. A. I', meet in Jacksonville givn the varsity track train an unblemished record as Hie Seminole goes to press. Couch Dutch Stanley's charges have yet to meet Georgia Tech. Georgia. Auburn, and Presbyterian Cadlcgr. The contest with Tech svill mark the dedication of Ihr new Graham Field track, being used for the llrsl lime this year. In the Furman meet, the Gators overlook a 13-point lead the visitors had amassed, and finally won out, to King, a 200- pounder of Furman, was outstanding, amassing a total of 23 points by taking four llrsl places and a second for bis tram. His elTort went for nothing in thr end, however, for the (iator speedsters earned a sweeping victory in the ltd-yard dash, gained thr lead and kept it. Miguel Gaston and Houston McClaiie set new Florida varsity records in their respective events, Gaston taking the IIMI-yaril dash with a mark of 9.9 seconds, and McClanc hurling the javelin IKI fret, seven inches. In piling up high point honors in Ihr A. A. U. meet a week later the Gators experienced only one major diflinilty Joe Hall, former outstanding Gator athlete. Hall ran up 32 points singly, the Gators taking X l for team total. Gaston shattered another record, clipping off one-half second from the 100-mcter dash lime of 11 % seconds. The A. A. I!, meet was the only one of the year in which freshmen participated, no schedulr having been arranged for them. Coach Stanley is looking forward to olferiug some real competition in thr remaining meets, but is weak in the pole-vaulting and high-jumping events. For other departments lie has viinc promising material. Captain Alton Brown and Duke Warren will handle the shot and discus; McClanc and Dick Warren look set for the javelin throw; and llrown will also participate in the broad-jump, assisted by Wyl-ina Baldwin. So Ihr Gators are well represented in these Held events. Hilly Itichardson. Hubert Schucht and I .a Verne Thomas will likely be able to hold down the high and low hurdle events. Kichardson is stale prep champion in both. In the sprints. Gaston. Peoples, and Thomas are expected to win their share of points. This is the lirsl year of varsity competition for all three. Four hoys are making strong bids for the ipiarter-mile run. Karl Gardner and George llowe, each with a varsity F.“ and Dick Moore and Marable l »ve. comprise this promising i|uurlet. Moore will also try for the half-mile, in competition with Krrol Mcslrrzat and Hogcr Snow. Mestrerat. llowe. Dick Ktiard. and Joflrr David, are the one-mile candidates. Mrstrcxat is at present the lone two-milcr on Coarli Stanley's rosier. IHI'SON Plost HO Gaston Caw ii In tcii Stanm;y Chambmis. Maiwiitr Alton IIiviwn, Captain Furman University. Gainesville Georgia Tceli Gainesville (Dedication of New Track) University of Georgia Athens Auburn Gainesville Probylcrinn College GainesvilleIUhhwim. I'lXPUS MK-MHtta Seunn IXIVK Niavu.i. Patthwox 1)1'kk Waiuikn McClaxeV A IK S IT Y S W I 1 1 I FO|{ the second consecutive wiwon Couch Frank Gcnovar’s varsity swimmers swept through their schedule with no marks on the red side of the ledger, racked up a second claim on the Southeastern Conference swimming title. Continuous training under the watchful eyes ami skillful direction f Conch Gcnovar has carried the Florida tankmen to the lop in Southern inter-collegiate competition for two years and lias gained them wide recognition as aquatic artists. I'll usual this year was the fart that Florida engaged in four of their live meets away from home played hosts only to Clcmson. That the Gators engaged in fewer contests, altogether, was due to the fart that meets with Georgia Tech and Auburn were both defaulted by the latter two teams. The triangular meet in Knoxville, in which Florida took on .Maryville (adlcgc and the University of Tennessee, was undoubtedly the high sim 1 of the season. They won a smashing victory ■ iter Inilh tennis, captured all hut one of the first-place honors. This meet was one of four included in a week's tour of the South. Outstanding for the Gators all season was Itohhy Collins, hack-stroke anil middle distance star. Hilly Zcwadski continuing liis previous line form in the diving slot, kept Florida out front in that event. Others swimmers who churned rival pools, helped keep Florida undefeated, were: Captain Archie Meatsard. Hob Bary, Howard Skipper. Hob Quixlr), Gene Peek. I . T. Fuxscll, and l.ymim llaskell. Next year will find some of these men lost through graduation, some returning, some new men coining up to lake the places of those lost, will llml Florida with another championship team it is hoped. SK SO It i: Oltl» February 21 Furman at Greenville February 2 a Clcmson at Clem son Furman 2U; Florida 61 Clcmson ft; Florida -13 February 2 j J at Knoxville (Triangular meet) February 29 Fmory at Atlanta March 27 Clcmson at Gainesville Fmory 2-1: Florida 60 Clcmson 31; Florida 53 • 198  It » .V I ii D x TNJUIUKS. sickness, uml weight handicap combined to defeat the best Gator JL boxing tram in some years out of n good record. (loach Carlos Proctor, in his second year as mentor of the mitlincn. saw his prospective championship upiud fading assay, as first one thing and then another look promising men out of the running. The week-end following the bouts at Athens the Horidu s |tiad revenged that defeat, when they played hosts to the Bulldogs in Gainesville. The Georgia team ran up against a whirlwind, lighting l-'lorida team that trounced them soundly. 6-2. for llie season nightcap. The following eight men were awarded tellers: Captain Jess Fcrrill, Sam Whilwrll, Holt McMul-len. Hoy Kehols. Hob l.ivrsay. Haul Itrin'k. Sherwood Jones, an l Holier! I b an. No Freshman Inixlng schedule was arranged this season. Imt Hie yearlings trained right along with the varsity, and Coarh Proctor pronounced them unusually good, ami in splendid shape for a corking good season next year. The linal season count of two won. one tied, and three lost constitutes a record that Florida men m-cd not he ashamed of. for it represents the fruits of courageous lighting against mills. The millmen started of! with a bang by winning from Citadel, o to 3. Then fnllosveil a trip that look them to Tulanc and I.. S. f. Tula lie's wave eked out a victory over the Floridians by ■ I to IP- margin, unit two nights Inter l S. I’, won a more decisive victory. I) to 2. In eight hotits with Clcmson (hr Cators broke even, winning four and losing four. Then Gcor-Coach CmuiS I'hik:nm gia’s Bulldogs tuok the Cators overwhelmingly. f -2. at Alliens. Uvts Wolhst, Manager r.iiTiis Jkss 1-V.hhiixW'lllTWHX Anouuon Echols Si mmoss January 9 Citadel SF SO Florida Opp. 5 3 January II Tulanr 3 January 13 l. s. r. 2 c iikioiiii Florida Opp. February ti Clemvoii i 4 February X Georgia 2 6 February l.’» Georgia . « 2—MM■—B—■——1———I r THE In i remit y of Florida Golf (ram has had a very successful season. scoring three wins against one defeat in mutches with other colleges. and making a creditable showing in open tournaments. On February 22. the Florida golfers scored a 10%-7% victory over the Itollins College team oil the Winter Park course, and repealed on March H with a decisive 16%-l% win on the Gaines-ville links. Florida met its llrst setback on March 21 when the Stetson golfers handed them a l2%-5% defeat at Dcl.and. The (ialor golfers came back to score 17%-% triumjih over the St. Petersburg Junior College on the Gainesville course, April 2. Henry Toland was captain of the Florida team, ami played in the number four position. Maynard Itainsey. uce of the Florida squad, held down the number one post, with Shelton Busier and Charles Arnold in the nuniher two and three positions respectively. In the Florida Stale Coif Association tournament held at lakeland April X-l I. Maynard Ham-sey and Shelton Baxter scored 79' and Henry Toland an Mil to qualify in the championship flight, while Charles Arnold's X.'« placed him in the second High!. Itainsey. Toland, and Arnold lost their lirsl matches, hut Shelton Baxter eliminated his first opponent to leave the Calors in the running. Baxter. Florida’s lanky linkstcr. met Carl Dunn, three limes state champion, in the next match, only to lose 2 and 1 after having Dunn two down at the turn. The University of Florida golf tram will enter the Southern Intercollegiate Coif tournament at Athens, Georgia, April 23-2a. All major southern colleges will enter, us well as several northern schools. It is expected that the Gators will continue in their winning ways. SEASOX iieioiiii February 22 March II March 21 April o April g-n April 23-2;. Hollins Hollins Stetson SI. Petersburg Junior College Winter Park 7% 10% (iaincsville 1% 16% Dcl.nnd 12 Mr 5% Gainesville % 17% Lakeland Southern Intercollegiate Golf Tournament Athens. Georgia - 202 •si.mmIs •■»! ||V IIV •'«.! M««ISnrillltTKKN yrjin ago amblllous men with foresight launched 1 .1 program of intra-campus sports activities u| I he I'niversily of Florida. They called the program intramural . Only four Sport made up the schedule, ami at that time the response to. a well as the facilities to rare for. these activities left much to be desired. Today no one will deny that on our rumpus intramural is the worthy substitute that the large majority of Ihe student body enjoy in place of varsity sports participation. Its value as a medium for making contacts as well as an outlet for recreation and a builder of health has been conclusively shown many times. Florida's intramural program is acknowledged to Ik- one of Hie most outstanding in (lie country. In addition to Ihe driving force behind the program, ever forcing it to progress and seek improvement, is the fuel that intramurals thrive at Florida bemuse of a natural setting in location and climate. Few schools anywhere can offer as much in the way of competitive sport and recreational athletics to an entire student body. The road to success has not been smooth. Since those early duys in Ihe mid-twenties, the intramural program has many times seen itself altered and improved. Now Ihe department’s well-regulated schedule of events, eflicicnt directors and managers, timely and accurate bulletins, attractive handbook, all denote n smooth-running and well-built organisation. The recent addition of needed facilities and equipment has seen every man benefiting in pleasure and health as a participant, instead of a mere spectator, in his favorite sport. IUikky (IvwrnoN Director of Intrumnrul ''Sports for all and all for sports.” the aim of Ihe intramural department, was realized more successfully this past sear than ever In-fore. At this writing, well over tsvo thousand men have participated in some phase of Ihe program. Nearly a score of events were open to men in each of Ihe independent. dormitory and fraternity leagues. Florida's department is one of tlu- few to publish a daily bulletin of events to tie placed in conspicuous places about the campus. I’crmancnt possession of the handsome John J. Tiger! trophy awaits the winner of this year's fraternity race. The I’hi Ik-1 la Thetas gained a permanent hold on tlu Balfour trophy when Ihe won Ihe league championship in llKtl-1'.Khi for the third consecutive lime. At Ihe time this goes to press spirited races for honors in independent, dormitory and fraternity leagues arc going on. Is tram mu. 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AM A A OS WU m LAMBDA CMI ALPHA SINGLES "••Mr Up: I HANDBALL SINGLES "Ml BITA OILTA INW Up: MDMA MU • ■•Mr. CMI PMI HANDBALL DOUBLES "••mt Up •OAROMAM. D.BOlt F IK A SWIMMING • ••Mr AK.MA ALPHA IPtILON R.nrr Up P"l OILTA TMITA • CAMK V, »• • Alp ■ IKIIM CLARK. M M». "OBIBItOM. BrU THU PI: BttURCR. (HM Alp «: MILK". » ••• "• » ••• NIAIVARO. ■•••M IK A I T Y T E E E PING PONG ILTA Rn rr up: KAPPA ALPHA 10K0AN. UtOIM. C OM(B ii I E TENNIS DOUBLES BITA OILTA Bn Mr Up: OBIIMN "UBIM TAU IPPILOM PHI TENNIS SINGLES •IMA I RANK CUI"" IV. Pi UH Alpk ■ ••Mr Up NANLO TAKHIR PPI ltd Drift r 209 - 07440388HnxiitK final in n crovvilnl gym. A Iik) t spot in inlniinural wrestling. SlrniKlil il«n ll»- line finals of intramural shulllekounl. l l» in the air— fraternity vollcylwillAapiraiitx to Water Ha%krt Hall Title Churn the Water of the Pool Intramural llamlhall Calk for Fast Action ami a Sharp Eye Diamouil Hall i one of the Mo l Popular of Inlramiiral SporkI'ORKvr of majestic pine tree astounded tbe first white turn landing on the filiorot of Florida. From that day to this the development of the Slate ran he largely traced to the utilisation of the forests for »hi|» timbers. cross-ties. ami lum-her. I aimin'ring is one of the most important industries of Florida, and with more uses for wood being discovered yearly Florida's lumber future is secure. S T IT l» E T ii O V E It X M K X T Jack Bvrutii Student tiody President StI DBNT GOVERNMENT :it the University ot Florida is of tIn- highest type, unexcelled through-out the nation.” Frequently, that statement has been made In past years, mid it Is equally ns true today. Self-government by the students at the University of Florida Is as old ami as honorable as the University itself. The duties and responsibilities of self-government are divided among three branches: the Executive Council, exercising the legislative functions; the Honor Court, handling the judiciary problems; and the President. Vice-President, and Secretary-Treasurer, the executives, administering the affairs of student government. Tilers are various subsidiary organizations wliirb operate under charters granted by the Executive Council. This placing of important, varying responsibilities in the hands of the students themselves serves to provide a large number of Individuals with practical truining in the problems of gov- Wai.ii n Anson Honor Court Chancellor eminent, and aids in the development of leadership. Many leaders of the slate today obtained their early truining as well as valuable experience by participating in activities of student government at the University of Florida. As in all other forms of representative government, polit-ieal parlies plus an important role in tin determination of the personnel of student government. This rcsponsihilit) to party and platform adds to the effectiveness and elllcicncy with which the officers carry on their work for the best interests of the University. A Constitution, created by the students Ihem-selves and occasionally revised to meet changing conditions, regulates and prescribes the whole scope of student government. The major Student llody officers for the year P.W.VPJ.’U'. were Jack Itutler. President; Gordon Moyer. Vice-President; Hubert G. Scbucht. Secretary-Treasurer; and Walter G. Arnold. Chancellor of the Honor Court. 2 I 3S T V II E X T ( O V E IK X XI E X T Cordon Movm Vice-President Student Itody I It til Ilf Scill’CHT Secretary-Treasurer Student llody -214-T II E II O X O It ( O IT IK T BARKIR BICKNtll ARNOLD KAT2 LOCNLIN NtCAUCHAN MARTIN NITUCB AMI T M BPICMT THE E X E C U T ■ V E C O IT X C I E All IN ANOKRBON BARNHART BLOCKIR CHIRR CONWAY BITTINfiB HAMLIN NARRIB NYMAN IONIB HATHINV MILTON NORWOOD O’RRIIN PATTI RAON PtPPCR RAYBOR TWllV WAIOO WILLIAM 2 1 5 »It E It I A T X 1 1111. (iHAllAM Sl ums W, um Hill Tour Bek Khentxxian Kaslmi Trip March 9 New York University. March 10 Colgate University. March II Syracuse University. March 12 Hobart College over WHAM. March 13 University of IhilTalo. March II University of Niagara, March in Allegheny College. March 17 Western Deserve. J. It. I'attmisox It »n Barton Chorgb C Yovno .Miihvi'slrni Trip March 23—Vanderbilt University. March 21 Northwestern University. March 2 » Marquette University. March 2.» I.oyola of Chicago. March 20 Iowa Slate Teachers College. March 27—Drake University. March 30- Creighton University. March 30--University of Nebraska. March 31—-Kansas State. April I Ducklmrst College. April I University of Kansas. April 2 William Jewell College. April 3—Washington University. April 3 St. lamis University. II OHM HollillOS Cambridge University. Emory University. Stetson University. New York University. Davidson College. Iowa Stale Teachers College. University of Dayton. OglelhoriH- University. Swarthmore College. Washington X Jefferson College. Southern College. texhib.) Lakeland Kiwanis Club. St. Augustine Kiwanis Club. Tallahassee Kiwanis Club. Sotilliwoslorii Trip March Ifi Tulanc University. March IS Dice Institute. March 19 Texas Agri. X Mcch. College. March 20 University of Texas. March 21 Itaylor University. March 23 Texas Christian University. March 23 Southern Methodist University. March 21 University of Oklahoma. March 2’» Oklahoma A. X M. College. March 20 University of Tulsa. March 27 Centenary College. Soiillirrn AsMH’iiilioii IVat ltorx of Sprerli I’©■!« re m « The annua) speech convention and Southern Forensic Tournament was held this April in Caincsville with the Univenily of Florida entering speakers in contests in debating, after-dinner speaking, extemporaneous speaking, oratory, and verse reading. Annually the best s|M?»kers from the leading colleges and universities in tbc South compete for the prize cups ami individual awards. 2 I GII E It A T I X Ip John I.loyd Mkltox Waiik Phillip Skuikii IIowunii Wooo n oil IIIA Til I l» l.nU-l.tixl lli li School (rxhib.). Southern College. Suiiimrrliii luxlitute (rxhib.). IU« Walt Kiwaiilx Club (rxliilt.). Winter Hawn Holary Club (rxliib.). Paxco 11iKb School (rxliib. I. Taui|i:i Jr. (!. of C. (rxliib.). SI. Petersburg Jr. College. Itutlio Station WI-I.A (rxliib.). University of Miami. Ft. I.auder«lnlr Kixvanix Club (rxliib.I. Wrxt Palm lleacli Holary Club (rxhib.). University of Miami. Melbourne High School (rxliib.). Itollinx College. Seminole IliKb School (rxhib.). Strlxon University. University of Sotilli Carolina. Pilot . A. A. lloi’KIXS Coach J. II. Pattmison Frethnuin Coach Pwir. II. I . Conxtanx Coach III 1.1. llollING Debate Xlanayer 2 I 7 John A vast Freshman Ma ntt er■ E K A T I X ii Hi 1.1. Toirv 1‘reside id Delude Club Bkn Krkntzman Secretary Delude Club Wii.i.lrd Avnm Ifaw livimiN William Hi i.l Stanmoto: Caw tiios 111 HM AN DAVIX VA HSITV Him. Graham J. M. Green Klim GhIGSRY G. it. iiin Bkn Khknt m n IIKII AT K John Lloyd John McCarty Waijto Xi ikiiik J. It. Paitkrxon I ii ii.ii Sklbkr ti:am (iNOMK Smatmkrs David Scott W. B. Terry I.loyd Towle Skldkn Waldo Melton Ware Jack Wraykr llim-siiwv Wood J. II. Wood George You no ¥ it i«: s ii i Vs n « ii at i«: it „00D Milica iitoMi »mm % wiloin M.OONAIO WALTON NT WITT ONCGONV «■■■!■ JOMNMN l-'I.OItIDA Tltll Stetson University. Hollins College. Southern College. SI. I’elrrshurg Jr. College. SOUTH GBOItGIA Tltll Mercer University. Kmory Jr. (Allege. NOHTII GKOHGIA Tltll University of (Georgia. Piedmont College. Emory University. 2 1 »Uktwkkn 1812 ami I860 sugar «a first produced in rinriila near Kllenton. Since then tin- industry ha gro sn steadily. anil, it is predicted. I»y 1010 Floriilu will produce 500.000 Ions of raw sugar. It lias been estimated that there are 500.000 acres of land surrounding Lake Okeeclmhee suitable for cane growing.t ii i: i s :t : NVaI.I.Y SaMI'LK Editor Fmxkun ilKXNm Managing Editor S i; 1 I x O L K Wally Sample ................... Editor-in-chief Vance Duxon It tut nett Manager Fiwsklin Hi;.VNETT Mimaging Editor Associate Editors: Mac Grigsby, Ed lic Hoardinun, Phil Graham, Karl Gardner. Literary Staff: John Paul Jones, Jr., Editor; Hill Glass. Granville Haley. Eeatare Staff: Phil Graham, Marlin Segal. Go-Editors; Hob liar ton, J. H. Patterson. Dick Gliealham, Gurry Stephenson, la-onard Ji e| h. Snapshot Staff: Mar Grigsby, Kdllor; S. I.. Yon, Kent Smith. Sports Stuff: llerherl McNeil, Editor; Hilly Goza. Intramural Staff: Jrwe Jones, Editor; Hoy lien-jamin, Joe Safer. Military Editor: Hill Chambers. Art Editor: Harry Wrighton. Student Photographer: Woody Ez ard. Makeup Staff: Gharlie Hells, Garllon Huleher, J. P. (iox. Edward DcMoss, Bob TralTord. M. M. Parrish. Miller. Fred Harrington, W. K. Wails. F. K. Harrison, llovs Mowry, W. M. Jop-ling. It. G. Miller. Assistant Husinett Manager: Greet Xuzum. Circulation Manager: Harold Fox. Easiness Staff: Waldo Neikirk, Al Atkinson, Karl Powers, Keilh Grigsby. - 220 • Yaxck Duncan Easiness ManagerTHE I » :t 4» S E M I X O L K A S S O HAT I! 1C II I T O IK S M C GllHiSHY EdOIB BOAIIDMAN 1 1111. ill ll. M K HI. (i IU l It STAF ¥ ION 111. SLAM HtNCAl PARRItM BUTCNfR BITTA COX BATCV ttl(U« ATKINftON kUlVM NIIKIRK BARTON THAT TORO MIUII. A. OARRICK 0«MOU NILLCR. B. MCNRV VON rOWIM JONH. «. P. CHAMOCR MARRINC.TON SWCINCV - 221 -T II i: V L O II I II A A L L I ii A T O IK Bon IIoag. Editor II IS I K S S ST A F F Easiness Manager Jmn Bvsil Assistant Easiness Manager Max l'M. Garcia Advertising Manager Mark All as no Easiness Stuff Rn.t. Wioiitmax, Novo: Fan king K III T O II I A I, ST A F F Roiikrt Hoag Frank Foster Iti 1.1, Ciiam urns Earl Gakdnf.r Tom I.kunakd Hi mu jit McNul Ma Barneri Burton Kahn Editor-In-Chief Managing Editor ' Associate Editors { Assistant Managing Editors j A!r un Editors Sews Staff: John draco. Kill Jibb. Bernard Rawls, S. L. Dobyns, Itnb Nelson. Henry Baynard. Tony Harlow, Jose Vila, Pierce Richardson, Galloway Garrick. John B. Turner. Bill Jacoby. Joe Mizrahi. Charles Hooker, Woodrow Dickey. Jimm Walton. Urban Koch. Roland Schindler, John Wallace. Allen Poucher. F. I.. Harford. David Godin, Slax Hear. Sidney Mcndelson. Sports Editor: Hob Barton. Assistant Sports Editor: Syd Rosenthal. Sports Staff: Irvin Kleppcr. Roy Beniamin. Tom Van Brunt. Harrs Diamond, Bill Mitehell, Bob Jordan. Harold Itubin. Feature Editor: Harold Biker. Feature Staff: Hrwin Kantor. Victor BogachofT. Fashion Editor: Charles Harris. Movie Editor: Manuel Garcia. Socletg Editor: Thomas Skill. Make-up Editor: Armand Bonnette. Copy Editor: Herbert McXeal. Copy Staff: Walter Draughon. John Tansey, Mac Williams. Proof Editor: Henry Cardenas. Proof Staff: Harry Wcintraub. Clem Watson. David Den slow. c '» 1 '» 9 I'llsn K Foster Managing Editor Gcni Bush Easiness ManagerT 81 K F I, O It I II A A L L I «. A T » It ('•RIGSBY SaMCI.K IImxiicks Ciiamiurs (Iaiuimh BCNNITT NiNCAL NAUII MANN NAI»LAN KOIUINAI CARDINAL JIBB BfNIANIN aIRNICKC BURTON RIKIR BARNNABT AMRANO BONN!TTt AVANT TURNIR RICMAROKN IACOBV VILA KHINDLfR •HITH WIGMTMAN MAUAR GARRICK ROUCNIR »KITT TANNING • 2 23 -t ii i: F I, O IK I l» A ik i: v i i: w L'lilorilll Stuff KMor-InCM'l Managing Editor Asst. Managing Editor Contributions Editor Assistants Dejairtments Art ................... Typography Publicity Secretaries William !• . Bums, Jk. John I’m i. Joni.n, Jk. Almox K. Danikls Will Mi.CiI'irk C HL Ol P Tony IIahlow Thomas K. Ciiaitlll Ilirni HT K.Ti'Iinrh Aijivs M. Oioy IImiio.iit McNk l ItoilKRT WKEBKR I.UDYio Olson Boh Lkyison Itusiness Manager ■ tusiiM’ss SlJiftf Easiness Manager .............. Asst. Itusiness Manayer ................ ...... Circulation Manayer ,, , II. II. 1.I.VISON M. M. I'arhimi Wm. DkBi jin Assistants: Jack B. Marker.if. Chas. Maim. Jr.. It. W. Keyes. James Ivfllon, ami Kilxvaril Neff. CM«eriiL MiOVIRt ftTAIIft ADO cites minial COSStTTCBob Matthews Editor Mac Hatf.y Hnxinett Manager The "F” Book has carved f« r itself a perma-ncnl niche among the publications of the t'ni-versity. II is the official handbook of the student body, and, as such, is indispensable In every student of the t'niversity of Florida. Time has led the "F” Hook to become known as the "freshman biblc"! The information contained within its paxes will help the freshman to be a belter and more active citizen of the democratic group which we have as the Student Body of I he t'niversity of Florida. It is especially designed Inward helping the incoming freshman to acclimate himself to his new life and surroundings so that he may derive the benefits of a Beal Florida Man. 225Till-; FLOKIIIA i: I A II 1 I It I.UOYII HIIOORN Editor Hi n McI.mchi.ix Easiness Manager liliioti.tl Staff Itusiiioss Stnl'f Wii.vn it V. Hasm.tt. Jii. FltANK II. ItlCII Am lint M. M Ni kly Ci.YIH: DllKiGVN Jack Wi.wiii Clmivi it IIiinyi 11. Wavxr Dkan HkjiIu.i: Smoak Associate Editor Managing Editor i-ll Chili Editor EJ-'.A. Editor He nor ter Importer He porter He porter I)an A1.1.KN Jkkt Davis Hi 1.1. IIamiiki.i. A. J. MacGii.i. W. K. Bishop II. C. I.INSIORO Circulation Manager Assoc. Easiness Manager Asst. Easiness Manager Advertising Manager Asst. Advertising Manager Asst. Circulation Manager OIAN NmiiLy HOW ILL - 220 aii.cn RICH OAVIt ■ AM«TT WfAVtR • i»«orIt O A It I) OF STIIH: T 1 1 ItLKATIOXS I Hi. F. V. Kokomoo II. B. Doi.rkark Ki.mmi J. Emiq C. J. TbSkixk Chairman The Hoard of Slmlfiil Publication fxrrriM general supervisory powers over all student publication . In performing it functions the Board renders a distinct ami valuable service to the publications to the Stuilcnt Body, and to the University. The Board consists of a chairman and three faculty member , appointed by the President of the University, and three student members, elected by the student hodv. • 227 - Him. Ciiammkhn Clkyk IIkdmck Mac Gmgsry Dave Paiimmi. Secretaryl v c i: u i c o u x c i l Bryan Hit VAST Mvi US TIIK I.YCEl M COCNCII. in recent year has increasingly received the interest and attention of the student body. and its programs have well reflected the consideration accorded this phase of student government and activity. In November, a brilliant and enlightening address by the Her) (ieneral Hugh S. Johnson, administrator of the N. It. A., opened the Lyceum season, and pleased an enthusiastic audience in the stadium. Kyrl's Symphonic Hand led by the world-renowned virtuoso eoneertist thrilled an appreciative audience. The Hedgerow I’layers rendered two excellent programs during January, presenting Shakc-s|K are s The Twelfth Night, and O'Neil’s Pulitzer prize play. Beyond the Horizon. The finale was a lecture-song recital by the Metropolitan Baritone, Heinald Wcrrenrath. II. P. CONSTANN Family Member J. K. Johnson Family Member • 228 -Or a iii iHi o 11 s CattiJK raising ha long Iwen a 1 -. Ii11 industry in Florida, dating hark to tin buccaneer of tin Span ish Main, whose name Has derived from tlirir liahit of ’huccaning“ (drying in long strip-.) cattle meat for victuals on tlirir voyage?, of plunder. Florida in 1935 shipped and hntrlierrd for I ora I markets 52.000 head of rattle and .31,000 head of calves. i; N I V E It S I T V ( l i: i : c l u it MUST TtNON u«t A MwvM fiul CmmII o«.i4 c uh. iMt • ' « (MltH "« l»H« (4»w Klw M«fcwt rnu Him RiiHi Hum 0 «jU |I«i W Nil Vmh II COM) t(H4H( Cmt B'H Ixl Nm H»wU Cm thill !•»• C i N l DuM limi OHl-tm limn 0»»it Mhi C 111.4 AWi (mi 1 A.»l Kit MtniiJl UtiOittM W fwl. 4 Mil ! • ! Mt Km "MU « »»r Willi H W.i Wm4 tllllN luMI (■■••ml Aillir Join •»rM KiNo Cl win linltK D» « M.Ciiti O.tl UwH ■•!(•• ! • WlUff H V 1 Ink HitMlI Hmwi WallMt BASICS Chartn • !•• limn C mM Nitait CnlM NMlti MAM AlWrt ImIiu NiWI Ml M (WM Milt . I Charlat funti Frail rriM Cl r ll»H!l! CUruit llwkW luil li Inu Tam l)rt V»i • • « President Vlce-Pretident limineu Mnnayer Publicity Director MtCAKTV. rmlh!l “•M “ IONIA VM -PraaM al NOUN- fWWMtti Miaa tr ............... Brian McCarty .............. Sherwood Jones ................. Frank Myres ...............Haroiji Hiker BKCINNING the year with over one hundred men Irving out for positions on the regular roster. the University of Florida ilee Hull has shown t rente n do us advance-ment Ilii% season in the use of technique and in the presentation of polished performances. Organized in 1025. (lie filer Club has gradually and steadily increased in size and importance. This year the Club carried on all trips approximately forty men, including two specially men, an adagio dancer and tap dancer. The (lice Club has up-Itrnred this season in the following towns in the state: l cl.und. Fort Pierce, West Palm Beach. Clearwater, Newberry. St. Petersburg, New Port Kicliey, Sarasota. Jacksonville, St. Augustine, laikeland. Wauchula. Leesburg, Tallahassee, and Gainesville. From all over the state have come reports of the highest praise and commendation. Particular mention should be made of the splendid and untiring elTorts of Professor John W, DrHruyn, director of the organization, and of the members of this year’s executive committee. For the lirst time in its history the Club sponsored the Stetson University filer Club on the campus, it was a most successful and enjoyable affair and an agreement has been made for re-ciprncal performances to foster a more friendly relationship lie-tween the two institutions. Professor John W. DkBruyn Director 230| i: III IISOX and the IMVKIISITV of FLOItlltA IIXHJIE FKATURKI) VOCALISTS Minn Fhaxcbn Culwku. Bio Bnowx Sam Latimek Din. Gibrn OFFICERS Ki.v Katz. President Jam» I'MTT. Vice-President O. Kylb Hogan, Treasurer Robe Ciknon. Secretary OOXSIDKRBI) niic of llie finest college bands in Hie country, the t'niverNity of Florida (.lull men Orchestra was organized in its |»resent form in August. ID3I. at Hie conclusion of a Nuccessful summer engagement at the Mayvicw Manor in Blowing Hock. N. C. The hand is unique in its corporate form of organization, being governeil by officers annually elected in conformance with a constitution defining the rights and obligations of the members. During the summer of ll 35 the Clubmen conducted a very successful tour throughout the South, enjoying among others extended engagements at tin- exclusive Grove Bark Inn in Asheville, and the Poinsett lintel. Greenville. S. C. Ki.y Katz: violin, director. 3 Law; Phi Beta Della. Blue Key, Honor Court 35- 36, Vice-President Freshman l-aw Class ’33- 3L Order of Palms. Concert master University Symphony 3 years. Interfraternity Conference 2 years, stall" violinist WIUT 3 years. James Pratt: trumpet. arranger. 3 A AS; Pi Kappa Alpha. Seminole Stall 2 vears. President Sophomore Cluss ’34-M3; l.’Apaehe. luterfraternity Conference. O. Kyle IIooan: saxophone, clarinet, flute. 3 Bus. Ad.. Pi Kappa Alpliu. Commerce Club. Horn: CviiNON: guitar, flute. I AAS.. Ia»s Piearos, Kappa Kappa Psi, Symphony 3 years. Dkij. Glims: I rum pel. arranger. 2 Bus. Ad.. Phi Della Theta. Florida Review. Alligator, StalT arranger VIU’F. Ill'll liiinwx: trumpet. I Hus. Ad.. Kappa Sigma. Cheer Leader, 2 years. Band, Alpha Kappa INi. Lieutenant H. O. T. C. Waltkh Benson: trombone. 3 .US.. Theta Kapoa Xu. Band. Symphony. Kappa Kappa Psi. Four III Estate Club. Sigma Delta Chi. Wiij.iam Van Biunt: piano, arranger. I AvIS.. Sigma Xu. President Glee Club ‘M-’Ji. Farr Literary Soc iety, Phi Kta Sigma. Bacchus. University organist 33- 34. 11 koi j Wiu.is: saxophone. 2 Bus. Ad.. Commerce Club. Tennis Squad. I year. Mi »m v Guvmkiiwi. : saxophone, flute. 3 A,1S.. S.A.K., Band 2 years. Kappa Kappa Psi. Sim I.atimik: drums. 2 Bus. Ad.. Commerce Club, Band Symphony. laiNsiiAi.i Tolunon: bass. I Gen. College. Pi Drlla Sigma. Band. Symphony. 231II A A » CONLON CARSON BCNSON CRlMlN JOHNSTON IIAKT SCOTT APRINGIR MANOR JOHNSON M.CALL MiCUIRt WI1MN WILSON IK MM BCNSON CMANOLIN COB SO OAVIS IMNIRSON LITTON OTTO PRCCR PRICHARD BARROW BROOKS BRUNSON CACCIATORC OUNCAN OVSON »•«» RICHAROSON SMIL M R BIVIS BLACK BORINO tPPIS TARABIC T ARMING rooo TOUItON WALL ACC STOBOS CALOWILL CMARO TUBBS CARLISLC LACKCV MARBOLO - 232 -IJ M V F It S I T V O F F L II It I II A It A II I'iiii. Kapi- - 233 -T II E V L O II I II A l» L A Y E It S AIRRICMT TORTCR RARRICK eouaitv maskcll nawkibs nil NtCAVOMAN Hi 110 A NIUII RATTCRRON BIKCR KNtIDUl KBIT Ullll IHAIfl IOAIMIII TORT OFFICERS President................................ Secretary am! Ilasiness Manager Faculty Adviser ... . . .... Bill Tninv llsUOl.D RiKIK II. P. CoNSTANS MORE aclivr than any year since Ihelr organization the Florida Player have held regular so-ei.il and business inertings (wire u month anil have increased the number of their program from three to six. These program have included the following: three-act plays. Seven Keys to Hald mle ami Death Takes a Holiday: one-act plays: The Last Mile. A Little Change, The dirt. Submerged. Copy, Spreading the Seivs, A Message to Khafu. and .1 Wedding. Because of this expansion in activity and an Increased interest in dramatic work the Florida Players amended their constitution to raise entrance requirements into the organization. This amendment was approved h.v the University Executive Council. It provides that a student’s name must appear on at least three programs before he may qualify. Particular mention should In made of the outstanding work of Professor L. I.. Hale, who joined the faculty at the beginning of the year, lie has co-operated wholeheartedly with the Players and |N rformed splendidly as director of u number of plays. Members of the Florida Players include: Orville Anderson. It. G. Albright. C. A. Avnnt, Charles Rrammar, F T. Poster, llomer Frazier. C C. (iantl. Calloway Garrick, Phil Graham, II. II. Hamlin. I.yman Haskell. Harold Hawkins. Alvin Huinilton. Harwell Howard. V. It. Ileidl, Olavi Hendrickson, S. It. Kagan, Richard Lear, Melvin l.u| rl. George McCaughan. Charles McGlon, Robert Miller. George Milehrll, T. II. Morford. I-awrence Mansfield, Stanley Itirhard, Harold Hiker, Roland Schindler. Ed Sharpe, George Smothers, Rill Terry, Rill Wright. Rill Jibb, David Scott. Earl Reams. 234LMVFIIS1TY OF FLO It IO A Y. M. V. A. l nor. J. K. Johnson (irneral Secretary Jimmy Hu vast ‘resident I’Hor. F. V. Kokomoou Chairman Hoard of Directors G. Creel Nczum Cecil Henderson Vice-President Secretary CiMOVER Hold N SON Treasurer PURPOSE WE seek in fellowship with others to understand and enter into the experiences of Jesus in His relationship to God and man and discover and serve in His Spirit the fullest welfare of humanity on the campus, in the nation, and throughout the world. CAWTMON Of MttOa IVNOY nun OMCour BAKST ■ OTIS MOOKIKSTUDENT S E S S I O X TIIK Religious Program of the Presbyterian Church on the campus functions through Hu Student Session composed of 67 Student Hitlers ami Deacons. Weekly meetings arc held for inspiration an l fellowship anti for the carrying on of the business of the Session. A close contact is maintained with the First Presbyterian Church in (iaincsvillc through Bible Classes. Worship Services, and Sunday night suppers served free to all students. The Hitlers anti Deacons wear the Covenanter Cross of Scotland as a lapel button. Hitlers are elected from the Session to wear the key inscribed with the seal of the church with its symbolisms after two years of faithful service. Honorary keys were awarded this year to Dr. John J. Tigert. President of the University, anti to Dr. Henry II. Sweets, Moderator of the Presbyterian Ceneral Assembly. Elders: Wallace Armstrong. Wilmer Bussell, Dean Barry, Jack Beckwith, Win. K. Blount. Hliner Bone. Ceorge Boydston. l-owry Brown, John Cheney, Aldus Cody, la uis Coleman. Graham Campbell. Charles Curry, Arnold Dean. Harold Gillis, Moseley Henry, Jim Harrison. Italph Harmon, Milton Hodgson. O. I). Howell, Jr.. Harrison Kalbach, Harper Kendrick. Kenneth Klotx, l.cslif Klolx, John Sweeney, Whitney Ixlantl. Sain McCall. Kogcr McCay, Arthur Me-Neely, llarttltl Means. George Means. Curry Merchant. Jack Nelson. Karl Calvin. Bill Homan, Marcus Scott. Will Sclscr. Marcus Shelfer. Hubert Spcchl, Donald Stubbs. Donaltl Wright. Dudley Kelly. Deacons: George Armstrong. Pal Cook, Ktl Currington. John CragO. Bill Ferguson, Clarence Frederick. Wal.b. Wallace. Cook Freeman, Fred Gale. Bob Godnian. Jimmie Hague, Tom Hammett. Hoy Hanson, Garnett Hickman. Bishop McCauley. Norman Mallcit, Ih.n May. Fred Miller. Wallace Montgomery', Dan McKinnon, J. W. Sanders. Jr.. John Simpson. George Simonson, John Stetson, Itcichardl Taylor. 236F. F. F. r L IJ It ZINK COILVIM SMITH THEOZBICK HOOKER fiOOWIM MUfiMEB CO MOON FULLER KINO Clll tARABIC BALE t TMCRCOCC LACKEY BRAOBNAW MABRY ALBRECHT ZINK COLLVER SMITH fRIOIRICK HOOKER fiOOWIM MUfiMEB fiOROON FULLER KINS CLUB FARABIC 6ALE ETMEREDCE LACKEY BRAOBNAW MABRY ALBRCCNT President • OFFICERS Us »i»xc:e Smith Vice-President Secretary Ci. hi no: Fttnu'JticK Keitii Cot.i.vrji Treasurer (’llMILK llooKB.lt Till-: FLORIDA FRESHMAN FRIENDSHIP Cl.fli. sponsored by the Student Y. M. C. A., is the only exclusively freshman organization on the University Campus. Founded by Secretary J. E. Johnson in 1924. the club has developed in size and influence constantly since its In-ginning. Formed primarily as a service organization, the Club presents a well rounded program to all its participants. Briefly its purposes are: to promote and sponsor a friendly attitude among all students; to bring contact between students and faculty; to direct thought and action to student problems; to help the formation of lasting friendships; and to bring due emphasis on the character and purpose of Jesus. Representative of the Club’s activities this year arc: the Freshman Camp for prospective freshmen; participation in the Homecoming activities; its various social events of the year; the sponsoring of a Skit Night of freshmen talent to aid the Student U»an Fund; to hold weekly forum discussions on topics of student interest under able leadership. Through these and similar activities the Club has offered a clean fellowship to all. Active Member In-sides the ofllrers are: George Boss. David Coffin, J. R. Graham. (.eland Kitchen, Maurice l.angherg. Eddie l-ong, Thomas Newell. II. E. Rhodes, James Stearns. 23 7 i w i-i irs Ciienky Haiimv Smith Cihosvknok - 238 iti 7.11.1.. Chairman O It I E l» K xu I i v « o in mill » i Kiiim man Cox Knows PKP CLIJIK SECTION MkngkA - It I i V I. T I It A L r L U It mm LVHOV NITTlt BAMITT MOM C LL lOWABOi BOCMt ALLIS KISIIHICA Mi SC 1LV CAR HISCTOS M.CILL LOVI CAVtCV JOSCS WATM1M1 moist MOOBC BABB 01 AS M IO BINSITT LHAHim IIOHOU meut NOLAN ■ IAVIII C A» SIILIB BABTOS CA HT(■ ALLAN MOOBC ofllcial student YOUHC BOTCH HpIlK AfdtK.l 1.1 I ItAI. .1.1 U. founded in 1910 as Ihe organization of the Col i lege of Agriculture, has throughout it cxulenrc on the ramptu inadr a rrrord of achieve-men! ami success that shows il In be worthy of the prominence it has attained. Its purpose is to Rive the agricultural students a practical lesson in conducting n deliberative body, thus affording practice in public speaking and serving as an aid in developing leadership among the students. The programs conducted by the Agricultural (Huh include talks on some phase of agriculture. given by men connected with the (aillcgr of Agriculture, the Experiment Station, and professors in the various other colleges, as well as visitors from other universities. Motion pictures are shown to demonstrate recent developments in the field of agriculture, and several programs are devoted solely to musical entertainment. I he years work of the Club is climaxed by Ihe Agricultural College Night which is given in ihe new gymnasium. The custom was inaugurated live years ago. and is traditional in the an-mils of the yearly campus functions. This night is enjoyed by Ihe campus at large, and is always an enjoyable social event of the year. 239 -r O 31 31 E IK t E C L IJ It nrilE C.OMMKHCK CI.HI. I he Literary Society of Ihc College ■ of IMnlnra Administration. was founded In 1924. lls pur-puses are to ereale good-will among (lie students. to establish a I teller relationship between the students and the professors, and to obtain a closer insight into the economic and business relations of the commercial world. Prrsldrnt Vicc-Prrsident Stcretnry Trrtiturrr J. O. Tvnwt (i. CL Hojiinson, Jll. R. I.. Coluns C. I . Hnoumi 2 I 0- lie - o i.1. k u i: » i k «. i x !•: i: it i a l)r. N lli.NKf. Van I.itk HTlIi: COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING is I Ho training ground for those yountt men of the Stale of Florida who expect to become professional and lech nieal lenders in Chemical, Civil, Electrical, lmluvtri.il, and Mechanical Engineering. In its early days the Odlrgc of Engineering was largely vocational. He cent revisions of its curricula make them as technical and professional in character as those offered in any reputable engineering college. It is regis tered or accredited by the Hoard of Kcgcnts of the Slate of New York and the Florida Slate Hoard of Engineering Examiners. While all of its curricula arc excellent, the courses in electrical communications, surveying, refrigeration, and air-conditioning are outstanding. II K I A IK T 31 K A T II I! A II S Josi i’ii Wm. Ricci r leal I . I.. Rbbd Civil N. C. HnMT.il Mechanical P. O. YRATON I ml utl rial J. E. Hawkins Chemical i: u i: i: iK i a ¥ A € U L T Y K. S. Walkkh S. K. Ksiii.n A. J. Sthono T. 1. laiwi: J.W. Mason C. II. Jams W.U wvm W. P. Ciwax • 242 s I 4, 1 A T A IJ CAROM AKIHSCMMIOT KNICNT WATMINV KL TI •AtOWCIL OftNARO ivmv COIL II ■ (W( V NORM CATIIRRON MINRCR ftMITM CMlRXfV fOMTTN CM IRl CRICORV NmOOSOUGM NITCHILL MIMA MNUf NtLtOM rOCKIL fort HOHI WILLIAMS w IL VON President ............. Vice-President Recording Secretary Corresponding Secretary Treasurer Historian Chapter Advisor OFFICERS Romkrt F. Gluonth ClJULHNCK li. RBINSCIIMIOT James H- Knight I.KSLIK J. KlAITZ. Jii. ClIAlUJS M TIIEXY l . II. WllJlKM PwimMM I . I.. Rrsd SIGMA TAU, national honorary engineering fraternity, was founded at llic I'nlversily of Nebraska. February 14. 1904. There are now Iwcnly-lwo r ha piers, having a national distribution. Epsilon chapter was installed at the I'nivcrsity of Florida in 1923, bring the nineteenth chapter. In determining the basis of eligibility to membership in the fraternity those qualities which best give promise of a successful career were selected. Selection is bused upon scholarship. practicality, and sociability. Junior and Senior students in the college of engineering who arc in the upper third of their romidnrd classes are eligible for membership. Men who are distinguished in the engineering profession may be admitted as honorary members. Sigma Tail strives always to lie of service to the college. Among the service projects during the past year were the sponsoring of the Engineer's Day Cup. sponsoring of the annual Engineer's Mull, and the presentation of the Freshman Scholarship Award. The chapter maintains a loan fund, which is used to assist worthy seniors who are in need of financial aid. The national organization maintains a graduate scholarship. 2 4 .1»F TO i: I. I I I It I . SOIIKTY i: .iM:i:iti (. roi xrn. ■ IIMVCHMIOT TVLAMOin KLOK NATMIMV CWCMT OWC k|M MANN TMONrMM NORM QA((A| OlCKfN M I HI V MtOONAUCN President Vice-President SecretnriJ-T remitter Faculty Advisor OFFICKHS Clshknck It. ItMNSCHMiirr Iuymono C. Tylandkh ................ Leslie J. Klotz. Jr. ...................... I’rokkssor I . L Run Till ! BENTON KN JIN KICKING SOCIETY in Ihc eo ordi dating prorrujoml organiialion of ti» denis ill the College of Engineering, il mcmlH-rship including ull engineering students. It i Ihc purpose of the Society to bring before the students, men who are outstanding in the engineering lielil, in order to give I hew students n broader understanding of and insight into the Engineering profevsion iin a whole. Karh year the Society x|M»nxnrs the annual Engineers' l ay and Engineers Fair. both of which have become a definite part of the students' activities in the Kiiginrering College. The Itcnton Engineering Society i alllliated with the Florida Engineering Society as a Ntudeiit branch. The Engineering Council is the governing body of the Kenton Engineering Society. Its mem-hcrslnp in eomitONcd of the preNident of It, E. S. as chairman, and the president and two elected members from each of the live sludcnl professional societies of the college; namely, the American Society of Civil Engineers, the American Institute of Chemical Engineers, the American Institute of Electrical Engineers, the American Society of .Mechanical Engineers, and the Industrial Engineers’ Society. The council endeavors to serve the Engineering College and further its progress through its concerted efforts. It lays plans for activities in which the whole college participates, such as the Engineers’ Fair, Engineers' Day. and various programs sponsored throughout the year. 2 4 IAMERICA IASTITI TE OF FI.FCTR 1CAI. KAOIAFHRS (W(«l atHNAIO WIU.IAM COIUON THOMAS moil SCOTT OUV TMOMPkOM IOCAM ANOIRUM •tAftlCV POC ACL MuCARTMV OAIUT HCtllr UACO •ARMtTT HANKS VICKRKV BKUNDAOC MIKRITT OFFICKHS Chairman Vice-Chairman Secretaru-Trca-uirer Counselor .......... A. (L Kwrur Wll.MAM II. Ill IIS |U SlUM-V II. Wll.I.UMX I'ltOPESSOM Josi 1 11 WkII. TIIK University of Florida Branch of the A. I. H. K. is a pari of tin- American Institute of Klcrlrical Engineers. The Institute was founded in I KIM. for the pui‘|M»se of advancing the theory a nil practice of electrical engineering ami the allied arts and sciences. The local branch was cslalilisheil in 1024; since that date is has (iniwn rapidly, and has at present a membership of thirty-two. The Florida llranrh has taken as its objective the development of the student and the establishment of contact between the electrical engineering student and the practicing engineer. In the attainment of this goal, programs have been adopted embodying the presentation of student papers and talks by outside speakers and members of the Engineering Faculty. Occasionally the bi-monthly meetings include technical motion pictures. 2 4 5A 1 !•: It M A IXSTITI TK OF II F SI 14'A I. K A 4. I XK KII •nun (IU|f UOWIU COLLI I R Moiorr oin» riCKIN ARNSTRONC NANKIN LOTKil •NITN CARON!K dtRC! GARLAND 0»TN(N STOKCa CACCIATORt TNONAS ■ I INLCMMIOT CLILANO NORLIV WILSON MiCALL CONSTOCK • NITN NCR OlCKCNS WINS N! WILL SATTfRWNlVf KINII4 DVINA OFIICHHS President Vice-President Sec return-Treasurer iiu iillii Counselor It. A. Baiuiwku ( . M. Colli tu LB. Smith l)K. A. I . Itl.LCK Till-1 growth of engineering education in this country lias created a desire on the part of the various engineering societies to stimulate professional interest ill the several Helds of engineering and their recognized societies while students are still in college. To this end the student chapters of the American Institute of Chemical engineers were installed in institutions teuehing chemical engineering, as a training ground for future members of the parent organization. The I'niversily of Florida Student Chapter was granted in 1932. and is now one of the lliirly-sevcn chapters in the student organization. Membership in the student group is open to all classes of students interested in chemical engineering. The Institute conducts annually u problem contest involving design of c«|uipmrnl for carrying out stime unit of operation. Also, to encourage high school scholarship in the lirst year of university work, the Institute offers annually Hie Sophomore Award to the sophomore member of each chapter who attained the highest scholarship standing during his freshman year. Ollier activities of the local chapter have included the obtaining of prominent speakers in the chemical Held for the bi-monthly meetings, besides an active part in Knginecrs’ Fair and Day. 24GA M i: IK I C A X SOC I ET Y O F Cl VI I, EXCil X E E It S MARNE MVER n«iu MATMENV MANN NELSON w« ivuit MORRISON MR Ul RNAMOLOrr ASHMORE ROM SI ATI R klltON PATTERSON SALE SMITH ANDERSON swtmca RUAOIESTON AATIOR AUSTEN DROWN KENNINCTON WARREN RUSH CARLSON KIRBY WATKINS JOHNSTA IAMPH WILLITD OKPICKKS Pwiden! Viet ■President Secretaru Treasurer Charm Matiikny Paul I'oi »: Art hoi Bvssky lloXV Milt Xl I AON Till-: STUDIvNT CHAPTER. American Society of Civil Engineers, was established on the campus in 1926; Professor P. L IIcceI being the lint chapter advisor. The organization hy sponsoring regular technical programs throughout the year, serves to maintain contact between its members and the outstanding engineering practice of the day. In promoting this contact the society brings to the campus as speakers many leading professional men. whose discussions furnish entertainment and constructive thought. It is of intense interest to the other departments to know that the Civil Department has won the cup offered hy Sigma Tau for athletic competition in the Annual engineers l a for the past four years. The society also takes mi active part in the Annual engineers' Fair. 2 7• 81 S - nmoio aim iii uniiiaM mmm N0NNV9 M0«mv M10HV1A1 IKON a a a i 3 o s -i v i ii a a i • x a i v i nis n i v i 1M«01 JM1I09 lorvn illilNS xota NVM1V1 iRII VI19MI AIMNOH IN9INM 11U-RO 1NI1M9 ssiaavnva ivjivviuau ao v ianos vv.miaivv 1 i I i I a v In winter all devotee of the ‘ S|»orl of Kturn llicir eyes toward Florida, mtiip of •mile of tin world’s most important horse races. In Florida, location, climate and track conditions are almost always perfect and man and ln ast are on their mettle for thrilling encounters.i O 31 31 A A II I X U O F F I C K It S COMMANDING R.O.T.C. BRIGADE Colonel GlUtKRT M. Ai.i.j’.n •rofessor of ilHilary Science aiul Tactics OHM ENDING INFANTRY REGIMENT COMMANDING FIELD ARTILLERY REGIMENT • 25 0 Major Otto !• . Unok Major DaMkl A. CoxNonIJMVKItSITY OF FLO It I HA IIIIIOADE I'AIIKT OFFH'KIKK BRIGADE COMM NDER Colonel lli’nmit C. Sciii’CHT llonornru Colonel. Mim I'RINCKS I’assmoiii: BRIGADE ADJUTANT BRIGADE I . V l T. OFFICER Captain William A.Liu.in Sponsor, Miss I'hmiihi: I-'hixk Captain ll»:shy M. Ware S tomor, Miss Frkua Ganas BRIGADE SUPPLY OFFICER BRIGADE INTELLIGENCE OFFICER Captain Lamar C. Caiitmi Sponsor, Miss Carom nk Sykes Captain David M. Ratky Sponsor. Miss Lucy LinsIK i: a i i i: t F I K L II A IK T I L L K IK Y REGIMENTAL COMMANDER Ural. Colour! hui, M. Pwr. Jit. Sponsor, Mi s Hi ttv Maxnino REGIMEN I Al. A DJI TANT REGIMENTAL IN AND T. OFFICER Captain I ton mit J. Swi iizut Sponsor. Minn I'ijmikxck Mii.ia Co plain Rohmit H. IIoag Sponsor, Minn Sau.v A ni: Ti ti.wii.mi COMMANDING JUNIOR BATTERY Major John M. Miu jc Sponsor. Minn HmMCE Km.LVF I IK S T It AT T A L I OA It T I L L F It Y BATTALION COMMANDER BATTALION DJl I ANT Mujor Brian K. McCarty Sponsor, Miss Ci.xiia Biiinsaix Captain, Ciiari.kx B. I’attiknon S Hjiisor. Mins Frani in Sum BATTERY “A" BATTERS B Captain Victor F. Nmrrus Sftontor, Mins Mary Warn Pktrrsox Captain Baij'II II. Cox Sptmsur, Miin. Itu.i-ii II. Cox BATTERY “0” BAITERS "I) Captain Cu:v»: I let MUCK Sponsor. Minn l.fcv Jackson Captain l-oris lliu. Sponsor, Minn 11 i i.cn I’owii.i.Captain Minimi Darky Sponsor. Miss Minna Dcnn BATTKRY “G" Captain Harold Trammell Sponsor. Miss IKirotiiy Watson BATTKRY ”11 ' Captain Ian P. Sim Sponsor. Miss Li.kanoii I'l'Ll'ORli Captain Cuvnr. M. Adams Sponsor. Miss Hrrii Myiuck 0 » II ATT A LI OX. A It TILL Kit V BATTALION COMM NOKR BATTALION ADJUTANT Major Ciiaiii.i.s V. Matiilny Sponsor. Miss IIktty Paiiki.ii B TTKRY “K" Captain David V. Nbwkll Sponsor. Miss Mai'DK MtlLLIX BATTKRY “K ■ Illicit IK AT TALI O . AIITILLKIIV BATTALION COMM NDER Major Georoe I). tiKincKs Sponsor. Miss Elizabeth Adams B ATT A I. ION l)Jl TAM Captain Geomi: IIowr .Sponsor. Miss Yiim.inia II«kik»:h BATTERS 1 BATTERA -K Captain I- W. IIaiiiikm. Sponsor. Miss Birrrv Jeanne Gucoory Captain Koiiekt B. I.ivkwy Sponsor. Mins Maiiy Orir BATTERS "M Captain O. I». Ilown.u Jn. Sftontor Miss Dobothy Swi noiman BATTERY "I” Captain BoiiKUt G. Stohmes Sponsor. Miss Dohotiiy Gaiu.ICKCaptain Caiuioi. W. IUii.f.y Sponsor. Miss Du-cn.i. : I. n ;h iu» I X F A X T It Y It E ( I 31 E X T KKGIMKNTAI. COMM WDKK REGIMENTAL ADJtTANT REGIMENTAL I . AM) T. OFFICER Captain Hu von K. IImiiono Sponsor. Mins I’iiancin Stkf.lk Captain Koioiit 1C. Zi i.i.nih Sponsor. Miss Annkttk Hamms Unit. Colonel Jack Bkckwitii Sponsor. Minn IIvhs Bkckwitii HAND COMMANDER FI It ST It ATT A L I O A. I FA T It Y K TT LI COMM VM KR Major Allkx B. Geioer Sponsor, Mins Jcma Smith BATTALION AI J I I AM COMPANY -A Captain Jack C. Pixkkrtox Sponsor. Minn Hktty IIoqers Captain SlUMY I. I M VII SO S tonsor. Minn Maiitii a Ol'su.r COMPANY "II c.ompan - r Captain Marion I.. Brown Sponsor. Minn Wii.ma G»i i vi an Captain Joi i. O. BaKNIIari Sponsor, Minn IW ill P.axonSiro II BATTALION IVFAVTIIY HATTAI.ION COMMANDKH Major WlU-IAM K.Zkw.miski Sponsor. .Minn Nancy AuimitionllniMMk Societies Florida ha- more than three hundred firm.- engaged in the manufacture « f cigar . The ftale pro (lure) approximately eight hundred million cigar annually which i- ahont twenty per cent, of the total number of cigar produced in the I uited State-. Tampa i the center of cigar manufacture in Florida and ha- more than two hundred and eighty-five cigar manufacturer located there.II A C V II I' S CHATMAN MANAANO NODNICUIt BAVMANO founts CAHNICK VANN SIMPSON CASI CNOW MUM NILtON BITTING SMITH WANDIN BONO BVBNtS MONTOM OAVIS M.INTVNt M AW MINA MiOAMtV CMNISTV MASON LITTLCJOMN SUN COCMNANt YOUNG BNIOCfS SNINK CANV CMITTCNOCN GNtCONV OAVIS MILLIN STAMfOAO KtllLINC NUC MANA LASSITtN TANNING MOOONurr NOOO VAM PUT CLANK COU MAN ALISON MANN OOOVNS LIOOILL WICKCN CALHOUN CANLISLK TAVLON MAT MONCAN NOBINSON OUINNSIV LtONANO VOUNO CLANK - 260 - A V A L I E It S UNI OVNCAR nUU (IIWN COMOl CMANAIAt BLOCK!A 0 11 CAAONCA ATKINA AATTIAAON AATIT NAAAIA MAICC AKOUINCO MTTKS MATMINV ATKINMN OICMNAON IONIA BAOWN luimi hcinmmmiot llotd um» «»i i witmiaill andiaaon AACCTTI •((Kl DUNCAN CLANK MAYO Iflll COLllMk M IAUCHII ATKINA MtNIILV MAAKCAAT NUtVM MIKIAK VMI»M I I MCMfVON CUBILLAS DANIIL OICKINA OAVIA WOOD - 2 C 1 -i ii i: i (i i o x i: l s 00 11 M C00NIUU OICKINLON IALLT MKMRKRS Jimmy Am hero Bili.y Gillen Rill O'Brikn SlIKLTON lUXTIH John Marshall Ghkkn J. R. PATTERSON R. 1.. RovKIN Jimmy Gavynn Teriiy Patterson iksii Coknli.ua Alvin Hamilton Grorok Saltsman S. T. Dell Cl.KYK Hedrick Jack Sami'Lk V. R. Dickenson John WariiHenderson Wally Sample IIarhy Duncan Bill Lantapp SlIKHLVOOO St'KNCKR Stiaono Drsax Gkaoy I.kstkr John Stkmhi.kk Dolll NY Fill KMAN Willie I.inks Kmmett Tally Riu. Gaither Akciiik Mk.ltvani» DANIIL CAIf MIR LANTAI f CRH WAVNNICMT MOM O'ORIIN Clllt N MlNOllfN. T. BOVKIN NAURU. I. W. UNrU I. N UNI DILL LIITIR RATTMMN OFFICERS I Km; DoQCILH WlLl.lK IhNIKL Dick lloutts Nkil Mi.Mi i.i.kn Twkui McMii.lkn Chief Justice Attociate Justice Clerk Attorney General She rilf 262I I IS A T E S Ml MRU H rUIl ll'.'H KMirri INAMAM DUNCAN rimii LANI HILL AMATNin tflNCU (AMU AOIOMON f RIOIRiCK OAVIft do iir K»mi CM ABC DCll •OVKIN oven IORDAN ■ CCKWITM MANNUM BMlTM. j. ROOT MILTON II Wit TMORPC BMlTM. 0. BTtVCNB PROCTOR CAITMIR Jons Stkmiii.kh IIaiuiy Dvxcvn sm nwoto Sri m i ii IIaiimy Doxjkh Kiiici: Skinnm John Ward Hi sdkianon (•oomii’.y Smith Kvkmtt Mizkll John Knii.iii Hamilton Ovi n St T. Dux (•BnMB Sm.ATIIIRN Wll.I.IAM GaITIIKH Jack Bkckayith Phil Graham Jesse Doolky ItiMMiN I to y KIN William Jones Frnust Stevkxs Wii.ua m Chase OFFICKHS ............................... Captain First Mutr ............................Second Mute Third Mutr ................. Cabin Hoy MI.MUKUS Di'KK Waiuikn Paini; Kki.ly Chkkvkr I. bay is Jl'I.lAX l» NK 111 mi ii t Mii.ton Pkvtox SciiKri't: (•ixurnK Bono Stax FitmnucK Gnomic Salts m an Siii lton Haxii k Jiss Fesmi.l J. B. Patti rson Bicii mid Wornii am Chatty Anorkavs Ni lson Davis William Wiiitcman Ckaavioiih Solomon Ji'liax P hoc tor I.AltllY Sl AIMI N l-oris Hill Sammy Gahtik I Ion mi McGaiiky Jt i.iAN Smith William II an mm Giiarlks Boot Wll.I.IAM THOIII'K Tiioiife Finslll Jambs Kino Ahthih Jonoan - 2GI -oavio ret FRANK ICJTI (l(MSO M (»BT VALTER Mlt«l LAl'ff PARISH (mi MAYNARD VALIA SAMPK JWA SAMPLE At-StR COX J.N. ARMSTRONG OTACN HIRIMI CIOBU GLASS JtSVV GANTT GtCRtt WALSH F UT H (CMC DC AC PM AN (I AIM RCNSHAV SUMR DENMARK WILLIAM UAIGt NNJAMIN PARTWM 4AMTS BC V D WESUY FLY RALPH PSCCHASAA From .ill parts of flit nation, ami even of llu world, tourists flock to Florida, tlir American Kixicra. It is just beginning to be realized that Florida is a summer, as well as a winter, play ground: and each year more visitors come to rest and frolic in Florida's laud, sea. and air. Nearly two million persons isited Florida in the 1935 36 season.II O II ora I V and • I1 rofessiona I F r a ter nil Standing first of alt (li« states in production of pit ospliale. Florida is also an iinporlant manufar-Hirer of fertilizer, for phosphate is one »f the eliief ingredient of most fertilizers. Florida farmers, trucker . and fruit grower consume approximately five hundred thousand tons of eommereial fertilizer annually. Ml fertilizers are analyzed hy the tati and every hag must carry a tag of certified analysis.S ■ T P £ U V-_W . C . LAMT Acf_J b.PMUgSOM LQS1TY OF FLODJDA IJN1Y wra.t me."y Oil, S O Y I. V. Jtt. F.C U r. D m C K. JU J. K riECKWlIH w.w. a v a ca. JS A It IK E S NATMCRT MCKWITH XCWAOkKI •ANKMAKT tCNUCMT WN ■««! NiCARTNV MIORICK NETTLES “« « TRAMMELL CARTER IIUM AOA» PATTERMR STEMRLER PIRKERTOR MILL WART FLEMING HR MTRLORC CANPRELI ARMSTRONG MOTT TULLV MARTIN 270 -PIEPC £5 C, H..HQM3 H JDL KELLEY A..D. PARKED J .Y . DUNCAN E-M..KLLLL.Y UJUL.U AMLIN JL..C, S WORDS HONORARY ARCHITECTURAL AND ALLIED ARTS FRATERNITY- W. G. CFAWFOM? P. N. WE bb U MOQEE . J.3. LAUDEH5ACK HI 5TO v! MI II I K A l» I A I II I ANDERSON AMNOLO • «ROW MATEY IvmV •»€« CAWT-OW OOOSMIN 6AM0NER UAUTIEK UMANOOT f ONNSTON JO«l» KCU.CV ■ LOT KONOMKA LAND LEWIS METTLE rANTMIOCE PATTERSON ■ IKEA ROTMtTIIN SCHNEIDER SILMER SCECNT TIMMY VAM BRVMT WALSH President Vie f-President Secretary Treasurer tTorres {ton din ii Secretary Historian.............. OFFICKHS Dll. (iHMUlK F. WlWKM Du. J. lliMtciH Wish IIi.nkin A. NViiittakhi M. (1. CmiHi'itx |)K. J .VIKS I). (il.l'NT Dr. C. I.. Cnow III KAPPA 1 111. Iltc highest honorary scholastic society ;il Ihr University of Florida, numbers in its membership faculty iiiciiiIkts. graduates, and undergrailualc students. Tin Florida chapter i tin seventh of forty-six chapters of the society, which was founded in IK'JX .it the University of Miiine. Dr. CL I., ('row was the lirsl president of the Florida chapter. Tlie primary ohjeet of l hi Kappa I'lii is to encourage outstanding scholarship among University students, and to stimulate mental achievement. Therefore, the election of undergraduate uieintierx is restricted to those students who have distinguished themselves in scholarship, character. and service to the University. To he eligible for election to Phi Kappa Phi at the University of Florida, ail undergraduate must he a candidate for a bachelor’s degree at the next commencement, and must have maintained a scholastic average of at least two honor (minis for all his work up to the lime of election. besides meeting the |imtu of his individual college. Only ten per rent of the graduating class of a particular college may be elected. During the l'.(35-J(l session, thirty-four undergraduates were elected to membership. Professor llenrs II. Oaltlwell of the Department of Knglish was elected to faculty mcmlH'rxhip. - 272 -I II I K T A S I O 1 A THOnri WOOD RICHARDSON AMUItSot NCMNV Ot AN 01 NALOW CA«ll ARNOIO OAViD KIOTZ DIAlllV OURKMOIOIR HAWKINS VOUMft CROWN II Wl CVNAN •OMAN IAS«I$ WAR© ATKINSON RAVI S ILVON I HARO Cl AH A TVRIR iomniianii JOPUNC NPURR urn (HUT I’rctlitcnt Vicc-I’rrsitlcnl Secretary-Treasurer Historian h'ncnlty Aiioisur OFFICFBS Daviin A. Divsiosv Biuiiaku F. KmRD I ton I III I.. Wiison Jonathan IIi niiv Wikh J. I'jiWIN I'nici: Pill KTA SIGMA. Ihc only nnlional scholastic f-.dcrnils exclusively for frestinirn, was founded at llu1 Cnivcrsily of Illinois in 1923. The Florida chapter. I In sixteenth of Ihc present thirty live chapters. was installed nl Ihc t'niversils of l-’lorida on January II. 1930. chillis through Ihc efforts of It. C. llcaly. ilean of freshmen. Il is Ihc purjNosc of Phi Kin Siicnia lo encourage men. ul the iH-ginning of their college career, lo develop ihc power of concentration and Ihc desire lo learn things well. To become a incmhcr of IMii Fla Sigma, a freshman must make an honnr |w int average of two-point-fivc or more during his lint semester or during his entire lirsl year. In Ihc future, lo he eligible for Phi Fla Sigma, freshmen at the t'nlvrrsily of Florida, will have to pass all their lint-year comprehensive examinations with grades equivalent lo a Iwo-point-livc average prior lo Ihe initiation of the General College. During Ihe year, mcmlx-rs of Phi Fla Sigtn i have enjoyed a nnmlH-r of luncheon meetings, made interesting hy talks and entertainment by prominent members of Ibe faculty. MFMIlFItS William llenry Albright. Wallace F. Armstrong. William Wilson Arnold. Horace Denivui Atkinson. William Olio Babb. Itobcrl Buckner Beasley. Boy A. Benjamin. Harrs Ward Bower. Boy Burkholder. Jr.. Frederick Wilson Clark. J. II. Copplc. W. Crown. JolTre C. Has id. Wayne P. | can. David W. Derhovilz. David It. Fyinan. Otis F. Farrington, John M. Galbraith. George It. Goodwill. John Gordon Grant. Balpli W. Ilarnion. Harold M. Hawkins. Charles John llenry. Jack llyman. Joseph P. Jenkins. (Hear F. Jones. Wallace M. Jopling. Frwin P. Kanlor. Harold W. Kelley. Kenneth W. Klutz. Harry l-ouis laisris, John l». I.ewis. Alfred It. Parker. James Daniel Base. J. J. Richardson. Saul Bnsenkranlx. A. I). Scarlc. M. II. Sigal. Stephen II. Spurr. W. C. Thorpe. Mack Tyner. Jr.. Frank It. Ward, Morion Weissinan. John I- Wright. Thomas Boy Young. Jr. 273I» II I A L I II A II K L T A COMO! ATKIMt LIMtt O’SHlim TALLY AMMOID »0«l G NOWILL LAmTAir PAtKIN HOIItWI ININNOLtlm tUttO TOWLt wAvaniONT aoTTt auuia ®ali llovo Justice Yice-JtuJice Clerk Treasurer Marshal OFFICERS ItolOHT W. CoilOK Clyiik Atkins Wiu.it: I). Links Wiu.iam M. O'Bkikn Kmmktt M. Tally Pill Al.l'IIA DELTA. national legal fralrrnity, was founded in IX9X at the t'nivcrxlly of Illinois. Since then it has placed chapters in llfty-two of the leading law schools in the country. Alumni chapters have been established in the larger cities. The chapters are named after out standing men. The t'niversily of Florida Chapter was installed in 1921. and is named for Florida's distinguished Senior Senator. Duitruu II. Fletcher. The purpose of Phi Alpha Delta is to foster scholarship and fellowship and to encourage its members to live up to the ideals and standards of the American liar Association. On the roster of the fraternity are found outstanding members of the bench and bar. Among the prominent Phi Alpha Deltas in the Slate of Florida are: Senator Fletcher; t'niled States Congressman J. Hardin Peterson; Frank J. Wideman. Assistant Attorney General of the t'niled States; Federal Judge A. V. Long; Governor David Shultz; Attorney General Cary D. Landis; Justices Fred Davis and William Kilim of the Florida Supreme Court; Kert Fish. Minister to Egypt; former governors. John Martin and Doyle Carlton, Kd Larson, t'niled Stales Collector of Internal Revenue ami many others. MEMBERS Fratres in Vrbe: Dr. John J. TigcrL Col. K. G. Baxter. Prof. II. P. Conxlnnx. Silas Kshcl-man. J c Jenkins, lance l-aionby. Class of 1930: Waller Arnold. Clyde Atkins. William Boring. Holier! W. CuIhk-. Oscar I). Howell. James Parker. William Robinson. Albert K. Shinholser. Lloyd Towle. Ileskin Whittaker. Class of 1937: Philip l . Beall. Guy W. Bolls, Jark Butler. Neal W. Dale. Alvin Hamilton. Willie l . Lines. John Lloyd. James W. Moore. William M. O'Brien. Iliehard D. Sutton. Emmett M. Tally. Class of I93S: Walter William Woolfolk. James Hunter. 274L- l» II I l i: L T A V II I WlUlt iOCIVRC vmitm. o.». ou«ca« mm 00 11 PATTC R V0H OWTNM •OMUllt I. T. tPIMCER MtMULllM. N. C. •10UNT can % »HITN. K. Otll Mil OFFICERS Mnr itlrr (‘Jerk Exchequer Historian Ciimu» I low ixl. Jn. A. . Cvsmiu.i.. Jiu Kiimitr Si «.i. iu J. M. (im i s Pill DELTA 1 111. oldest nulional lrK»l fralrrnily, wai founded in 18(19. at the University of Michigan. Since that lime 6.’» charters have hern granted to well organized groups located in first class schools. The membership roll of these ( .'» chapters now totals over 2 .000. Phi Della l hi chapters are known as Inns: the t'niversity of Florida Inn being named after Judge It. S. Cockrell, a past member of the Florida Supreme Court, and at present a member of the faculty of the University of Florida Law College. Caiekrcll Inn was founded at the University of F'lorida in the year 1919. Phi Delta Phi svas founded because of the need in the legal profession for the advancement of high scholarship and culture, the opposition to corrupt practices and the rigid adherence to a rode of professional ethics. The Fraternity flower is the Jacqueminot rose; the Fraternity colors are claret red, and half-pearl blue. Phi Della Phi is the only Fraternity which completely dominates and unquestionably leads in its Held. Among the distinguished mrmhers of Phi Della Phi an : Franklin Delano Roosevelt. President of the United States; Charles Evans Hughes. Harlan Fiske Stone. Beniamin J. Canlozo. Pierce Butler. Ccorgc Sutherland, and Willis Van DeVanter. members of the United States Supreme Court; Louie W. Strum. Federal District Judge of the Southern District of Florida; Scott 'I. I .oft In. Past President of the American Bar Association. Ill 1.1. ClRUSLK Fratret in Facilitate: Dean II. It. Trusler. Judge B. S. Cockrell. James V. Day. Dean Slagle. C. J. TeSellc, C. V. Crandall. Fratret in Vrhe: W. K. Arnow. K. A. Clayton. II. P. Richards. Fred Hampton. II. C. Hurst, John Murphree. Howard Bishop, T. ! Ford. F . B. Hampton, W. A. Shands. B. L. Stanley. J. II. Wise. Fratret in t'niversitate Class of 193(i: Terry Patterson. Hubert Sinclair. Ben Willis. William Cillen. S. T. Dell. Jack Judy, Charles Howell. Ernest MeClurg. Sherwood Spencer. Ceorge Salley. Bill lllounl, Tweed McMullen, Tolberl Black. A. 1. Campbell. Howard Sapp. I). B. Smith. J. W. Henderson. Ilarry Duncan, William Daniel. Class of 1937: Henry C. Dozier. Henry Couchmnn. J. M. (ireen. Neil MrMullm. James Cwynn. John Stembler. Class of 1938: Kenneth Smith. Bill Kodgers. - 27a -° 11 l K It O F T II i: l» A L M S ■ion MIomCK rATTINMN SMARM OAMIflt MiCAVCNAN Wt»l RIKIR AKIM rT'HI KOl'R (lOKXKItSTOXKS of I hr Onlcr of The Palms arc Literature. Music. Dramatics ami Art. The Order seeks lo arouse interest in Ihrsc cultural lirlils through presentation of appropriate programs during the year. The Order of The Palms was founded three yr.irs ago on the I’ni versify of Florida campus, and has as its membership ipiota one per cent of the student body and faculty. Only upper classmen are eligible for membership. 2 7 f.D M W B Ro o» C A A0 P Yot J. M W.rut DELTA IGMA IPI COHIHEIRCE F RATER WHY CRWMtk ST««A A L Bu fii R A B rktr MW«ta TA BC l«v« S GCm TT Turnbull C P English T A Grata J!C Wilkacvs W W Net kirk WW Hampteo K H Oovitt H.E.BIock GE Allen JR iwlK C W Grosi A 0 Atkinson MMR r. h BC Wcnnuxight SJ taisTcnK A f I A l» II I K A I I A ■ANKER HUNT LANO VICKERV ORANOOM MILLER MAIII0VIT1 0 NVAN I WILLIAM M.OLOM FLETCHER WINTON COLLIER LOCKLIN AROIRWM HAWKINS CLARK RCNTlCV OFFICERS President ...................... First Vice-President Second Vice-President Secretary ......... .. .. Corres iondiny Secretary Treasurer .. .. . ................... W. ltmi K. Hahkbh Jambs R. Mi nt Patterson B. Land . IU SSF.LI. K. Milieu Victor C. Cranuoff Raymond F. Vick fry T ’APPA I'lll KAPPA is :i professional cdueati nul fraternity which proposes lo promote Ihc cause of education by Ihc selection of men whom il encourage in Ihc study of educational principles ami problems. In order to attain this purpose the fraternity emphasizes social intercourse. scholastic attainment, and professional ideals among its members. Kappa Phi Kappa now has forty-seven active chapters. The Alpha Lambda Chapter was installed at the I’nlvcrsity of Florida in 1929. This year the fraternity established a house, began publication of a chapter bulletin, held an alumni banquet during Homecoming and participated in a series of radio broadcasts. The fraternity was the first to establish a house among the strictly professional organizations on the campus. i to- Torchlight, a periodical bulletin, was distributed to alumni and educators throughout the Slate. Students in the College of Education who have attained the rank of sophomore are eligible for membership. Only those showing a high degree of interest and promise in educational work are elected to membership. 278A L 1 II A i; I S I L O X l K L T A HARRIS miHtR OORMAN HALIT RCCKWtTM CORK IAH N rut SMITH WAIW FISMCR 8IRNIR SCOTT WILLIAMS WIkINtKV CRAHAM StltlR WRICHT AROIRSON ATKINS CALOWCLL NURR OFFICKItS President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Historian Pacultfi Advisor Wiujs W. 11 muiis ItoBi nr .»1.1.m ii Fkmi Diuim.vs (imiwii: Pai.mih MlTCIII 1.1. Sl'- LI1 Du. XV. II. Wii.son OF the many honorar)' fraternities on the campus. Alpha Fpsilon Della is one of Ihc most active. Activities of the Florida Alpha chapter include Ihc sponsoring of several medical mo-lino picture shows, talks by physicians and faculty members, and smokers for pre-meds in gen-cral. The fraternity published, for the first lime this year, a medical school directory, and is attempting to sponsor an all pre-medical banquet. Scholastic awards were also made to all sophomores who made over a 2.5 scholastic average during their freshman year. Delegates were sent to the national convention in MVnco. Texas. Hcquircments for entrance into the fraternity is limited to those students who are endeavoring to enter the medical Held. |w sscxs a high scholastic average, are of good character, and pass the approval of the fraternity members. 279t ii v it s r s CAVICY ■( NNITT CAUIACHIB IWAITHl C All M LI AlOOIVC WILLIAMS «OOT Hf60« President Vice-President Secrclar if-Treasurer OhFICKHS Dan Ai.lkn John (iiuM.Mt Wii.i.is Nmhx r | 'IlYKSrS. honorary horticulture fmlrrnily, wax founded on the t'nlvcrstiy of Honda rumpus ■ in 1937, largely IhroiiKh Ihr efforts of Professor K. I.. Lord. The rhurtrr members, all of whom have majored in horlieulltire. sire Diehard Simpson. Hubert 1 raves, I.. K. Graves. Harry C Mucha. J. W. Johnson ami I.. K. Jeffries. The fraternity was founded in order lo bring an eloscr eonlael lliosr men of the College of Agriculture who displn outstanding ability and interest in Ihr Held of horticulture. II strives to promote fellowship and lo heighten interest in the problems of modern horticulture. During the year the fraternity sponsors lectures h outstanding horticulturists of the stale and country. The members lake short trips over the stale, visiting places of industrial interest connected with the various phases of horticulture. Through these tours, meetings and lectures, the members are able lo gain considerable information concerning their work. The members of Thyrsus are: Dan Allen. Tom Meltorie, John Granger, J. A. Drown, D. K. livelong, John Causey. Victor Nettles. Milton Gallagher, Charles Hoot, l-'rank Dennett, Haul Henderson. Gordon Gocio. Itoss Swurlsel. NVillis Negus. D. Ilundcrtmark. W. II. Moore, W. I.. Wil-liams. Herbert A. Carrell. Marion I.. Drown, K. II. S«|iiire. Iv. V. Stephens, W. V. Dassetl. Charles hi me. Jack Weaver. Wayne Valentine, Lester Mills. Walter Stirling, and I- It. Anderson. I'aeidly members are: Major W. I., l-'loyd, Professor C. !• . Mdioll and Professor II. II. Ilumc. - 2 0A L l» II A Z K T A HilUCMUO NlTTltt DAMON DCTtCR LUM V FUHi SIMMON CAUMV «UI« MOOMC ROCMC CAD Ml • CHID NtDltV DAXVUl WCSTDROOK tllNI VANCIV Ctnniccllor Censor Scribe Treasurer Chronicler Ol'KICHUS Yu.itm N»:itlk Wm. II. Kiuimi IlKN (ilTTINCN III x McI.wciimn .......... ...... ......... ,. I'lii.n Yano.y V.itioii.il Honorary . «»ririillurn I I'Yniornily AI.PIIA ZI-ITA wax established on I hr Florida rumpus in Nay. 11 22. Il selects its inembcr-• %lii| from the outstanding members of the ii|»|mt rlaiwx of I hr Agricultural Gdlcgr. I'.har-arler. ability, ami a scholastic average • » the upper Iwo-flfths of llic das is rctpilrcd. Il is Hip purpose of Alpha Zetu lo develop leadership, fellowship. and inlercsl in Hip llehl of agriculture. The organization sponsors agricultural radio talks, aids delinquent freshmen, and assists other organizations in carrying out worthwhile projects during the year. - 2 14. A 1 1 A S I Ip M A i: i» s i l o SMITH ■ AN0Wf tL COLLINS HUT NULLANO OANONtN MIMS SMITH SANOWfLL COLLINS flllT NULLANO OANONtN MIMS (I rami Mr hr mini IIreorder Vltor Her per of I hr Kill I Srraranl ut Armt OFFICFItS Mails iilij. K. Smith T. Wkslkv Stk.lmns . . . . ...... Iti :ii Aitit A. Hlkowixi. Ciiaiii.ils II. CoiJ.iui, Jii. ......................... Ilrunis NV. GkVII.LM TIIK IIFTA ALPHA chapter of Gamma Sigma Kpsilon. honoriiry chemical fraternity, was installed ;il I Ik t'nivrrsity of Florida in 1921. The fralernily was founded in 1910 at Davidson College. Davidson. North Carolina. Us purpose is |o slimulale and encourage llie study of chemistry. Fligihilily for membership in (iiiiuiUii Sigma Kpsilon is limited to members of the junior anil senior classes, and to graduate students. In order to he eligible a student iiiusl have a scholastic average of at least two honor points for two years of college chemistry, and must fill til the requirements of good fellowship, sportsmanship, and good moral character. This year Cannon Sigma Ivpiilon has sponsored talks by Dr. Frank C. Whitmore, head of the Department of Chemistry at I'enn Slate, and by Dr. J. I.. MeChrr, head of the Department of liio-Cliemislry at Kniory Fniversity. The annual chapter banquet was held early in the Spring. Dr. A. P. Itlnck. M. K. Smith. T. NV. Stearns, S. V. Wells, and I.. It. Smith attended the national convention of Cnmma Sigma Fpsiloii held in Tuscaloosa, Alahama. November 22-22, 193a. Dr. Itlack is the present Crand Chancellor of the fraternity and is its past Worthy Crand Alchemist. ACTIVK MKMIlKHS Active Members: J. Amlerson. F. II. Itabcrs. It. A. Itardwcll. N. IknMHl, N. II. Itullard, Jr., K. K. Calender. T. K. Calnie . (I. II. Collier. Jr.. A. W. Dean. F. J. Ilooskin. I. Fein berg. J. 4). Fleet, F. F. Gardner, It. V. Graham. J. Guerra. It. I„ Hampton. K. M. Ilodnctt. C. I., iluyck, C. M. Jones. Jr.. M. M. Kaplan. I.. 4 .. Mae Dow- ell. Jr.. I.. W. Mims. I. Pockel. (i. I.. Hagan. It. Kolduns. N. J. Schneider, l . II. Scott. M. I . Sigman. F. ti. Singleton. I.. It. Smith. M. F. Smith. C. It. Stearns. Jr., T. W. Stearns. V. F. Stewart. N. Tnkahnslii, II. C. Van Dame. W. It. Wall. I.. A. Walters. W. |). Wilson. W. K. Xcwadskl. 2X2k A I I A K A I I A I S I €5 D O II iI o. (pi « I yi r . o o. eai H n a » ' V BARKY tRIMlM KIMBIC kRRINCIR CAlOMIll CJIABO COOKIII ALL AC ( into TUBS AMOINSON kTOBk IOMC« OAUCMTOM CARSO K«tl kCAlCV CA'HICMAIL ■ tmtCMMIDT MMH RIRtON R. CORIO CORkO RtRtO W. President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer OFFICERS Cumin. W. Bunv Waltoi Giunts l.iimv Kium.i John M. Tiiimn KAPPA KAPPA PSI, national honorary musical fraternity for col I car bandsmen. was founded at Oklalioma Slate College in 1919. This fraternity lias cvlrnilril its organization In thirty-two chapter in the more prominent college ami universities in the I'nited States. The Alpha Eta C.hapter of the I'niversity of Florida was founded in 1931. The purpose of the fraternity is to encourage musical ability ami co-operation in musical organisation of colleges ami univerxiliex with special attention to baml activities. It fosters fellowship ami leadership, as well as upholding III - advancement of higher standards in music in college and university bands. Chapter Advisor and Honorary Member: Professor It. Dewitt llrown. Alumni Members: Frank Anderson. Robert Anderson. Crorgc Itrumley, Raymond liaison. Ilarry Filirld. Jack Jernigan, J. McMullen, Robert Parton. William Prather. David Scot I. ••Rub-bit Robbins. Fred Morgan. Boyd Overpeck, Ben McGinnis, l . V. Wiegert, Robert Hermann. George Nyc. Carlton l.ingham. Jidiu Noble, John Harris. Active Members: Clarence Itcinsehmidt, Robert (’.onion, Carrol Itailey. Charles Springer. William Ahlmll. Roln-rt Cuddwcll. Waller GriHin. Sclwyn Coleman. Richard Kwaril, la--roy Kimball. Donald Stubs. Robe Carson, Robert Benson, John Tubbs, Charles Jours, Mitchell Scalcy. Thomas Brooks, Vincent Corso, Homer Ornklin, John Precr. Thomas Merchant, John Wallace. Philip Kaplan, Alva l.etton, Walton Touchton. Murray Carmichael. Waller Benson. 283K A P P D E L T A P I LA NO n «HtR C.RANOOM VAN OAMI MURRAY LUCAB OFFICKKS President Vice-President Treasurer ......... . Iteeordlny Secretary Corresponding Secretary Heportcr Counselor Ciwi.NWll.VN I.LOYH NV.VI.TMI K. B.VItKMI Piboh. H. ( . Smith Pattkrson B. I.VMi ClURLOTTK l)t'SN Victor G. Ckanookk 1)h. A. B. Mkai T TPS 11.ON CIIAPTKH of Kuppa Drllii Pi, an Honor Society in duration. was installed at the University of Florida June 23. 1923. Kappa l rlla I’i was founded at the University of Illinois in 1911. There are now ninety-seven chapters in the United States. Kappa Della Pi endeavors to foster high intellectual and personal standards during the period of preparation for teaching, to develop professional fellowship among its members, and to encourage professional growth hy recognizing outstanding achievement in educational work. Kappa Delta Pi invites to membership students of Junior rank or above, who exhibit worthy educational ideals, sound scholarship, and adequate personal qualifications. Active Student Members: Walter K. Barker, cns. Patterson B. lamd. Hubert J. I.uacs, Bus- (ieorge It. Bentley. Charles J. Cantl. Victor C. sell K. Miller, Ivdward F. Nolan. Ilalver C. Van (■randotr. Cecil II. K. Johnston, lk»ze II. Kitcli- Dame. Robert I). Murray. -281-E J. NAWOON L. E. WALL AC L C. E. BATEY JR W.C. DAVIS RE. MILTON B.J NORDMANN R . J.DESTOR W.G. SMITH C.ETPAPNELL E M WHITE J.O.TYREE JC.DAVID M.B. SH ELF"OR E.H.FLETCHER C.F PIERSON C.SOLOMON R.W.COUOE R.J. EZZARD H.E.MOPEDOCK W.R ALBRIGHT ;.W. MURRAY W.W. ARNOLDS I ii M A II i: L T A C II I CAWtMON HOAC HtMtAL NllltN Jiao COOV CNAMIIIt INACGS fOMKUK LCOM IIHIOM lONRITTI tlllUr President Vice-President Seerelaru Treasurer Faciiltii Atlnisor OFFICKltS Stan worn: Cawtiion llnunnr McN'hal John 1‘ai’l Jonks, Jh. Aid vs Coov I’rop. K. J. Esno OMJMA DELTA ('.III in .in honorary professional journalistic fraternity. founded ul DePauw Uni- versily, Crrrnr»llr, Indiana, in 1909. It was the llr t organization in llic llclil of journalism. Mini in the larnr l of its kiml in tin world today. Florida chapter was installed in 192 . TIu aim of Sigma Delia Chi is to instill the highest professional and ethical standards into journalism. Membership is limited to upper classmen in the Department of Journalism who have given evidence of ability and who have maintained a good scholastic averngc. Florida chapter of the fraternity sponsors the Fourth Estate Club, official organization of the Department of Journalism, and this year has witnessed unusual activity in the Club. 2 6K o • I I SI i si I I ii i I i e s Florida hcaehcs. packed l»y the waves. long and smooth, have hern the scene of many world's records in automobile racing. Here man Ini' travelled more than two hundred and fifty miles per hour, as fast as can he done without taking to the air. Not only the speed demon, hut the average driver also, thrills to the perfect road bed of Florida's beache , and trips between many cities on Florida's coast can be made on these superb natural highways.BMANFt CIICM ATKIN HUM mitt rATIIIMN BOTKIN IVUIV BOANOMAN CNAVIN COX MITCMILL BMITN AULON M ANT T NOCINN ONI ININ MILTON O’CONNILL TANNIN AIOAl KAHN McROBIC Mcl WAN STIMOIH - 2 XX -IVII Itl llATI ItMI Y ( OM I KIX i: lU IMU SIMAilVIS Dick I.pnov President Oil VRLKN Sl'lllMil II Vice-President F. D. IIi;vxitt Secretary-Treasurer Alpha Tai Omega II wiki Smith and Si-kae O’Connki.i K A PI A Alpha Codkkky Smith and Bo McKwan Pi Kappa Alpha Bill Hwm m and Kisimin Bov kin SlL Al A ALPHA KpSII-ON Bill Gaither and John Stkmblkm Theta Chi Tom Prick and Pktk Ti ij.v SlGMA Np J. B. Patterson amt Grady Ijatre Kappa Sigma Jami- Craven and Otis Farrington Pi Kappa Phi Sam Co a and bnky C.o Silma Chi Hi rent Milton and Cram lord Solomon Tiikta Kappa Ni Bob 1 ison and William Blois Alpha Gamma Kim Dick I.i ndv and T. II. McBorik Phi Beta Delta Harold Tannkn and n»on Drk.I'KN Tai Kpmi.on Phi M whin Skgai. ami Artiii k Kaiin Dki.ta Tap Dki.ta Gi v Bolts amt Gborce Boi.i» Silma Phi Kp im»n W aij.y Sample amt John McCarty Phi Delta Theta Dwight Rogers and John Alison Dki.ta Ciii CiiMiii' Spkinlkh ami Bon Contain Phi Kappa Tap Franklin Bennkit and Clyde Vtkins Delta Silma Phi K. B. Sharpe ami M c Grigsby Beta Theta Pi Alebiii Parker and lvin H amilton Lambda Ciii Alpha Jack Mitciiei.i. ami Gi nner Carlson Cm Phi Kuim Boariiman ami W. II. Anderson - 289coorm ■fATIV RAMIV ■atu« tills BARNHART SCMUCMT f ( RRILL OAVIR ROBUCK KING O'COHNILL HtORICK SRINNIR IVI V DICKINSON WMITTlf BVRNITT LOGAN ROBINION SMITH KILLY IDWAROS WILLIAMS cam rutll McDonald TALLY LANC INCLIS WILLIAMS CLARKSON McCRATM WALLACI rROCTOR KRIHt R ROC LANC SHtLLIV McKinnon WMATLCY 0 CONSUL COOLIV wan it CRABTACC wooor CROW! MULLINS DAVIS LINDIRMAN WATSON WHITLOCK ROVCR • 211 0A L V 11 A T A U O M K (. A Fouuilt'il ut V. M. I., in 1865 Alplm OliU'K-« Chapter Instiillnl in 1901 I'uiwni—While Tea Hose CouMB Sky llltie and Old Hold KKATRKS IN KACl I.TATK l E.AN II. It. Tia'SLQl Dm. A. 1 . Black M aj. C. A. Ill NNRTT I)ran W. II. Wilson C. N. Clemons Cahmis Pium;toii Dr. 1.. V. C i r. F. T. Dodo H. II. Salt Dkan Blaki It. Van 1 BATHES IN I HUE J.X.MIA ClIKSTN I'T It Ml TON Til KAMI l it Dr. II. C. Thomas J. A. Phifer IIknhy L. Gilay (illlllKS ClIKSTNlT Bev. It. J. I.ke Itov Bktiika S. W. Cirr .EN .. II. l ott;i.As M. G. Strini.eelloav J. E. Tvriieyille John IIai.l Jones KKATKKS IN I Nl HESITATE ('laxs of 1936 Barney Barn h art Ch aiii.es Matheny liRicr Skinner (!lkvk Hedrick Victor Ni.rn.Ks Item Wnirii.E Co I. km an Hinton CiWYNN PsilKKR Ha RLE Wirt J AMKs 11 ENTER Jack Pinkerton ItOIII HT .I LLXKII C iieeat r 1. easts lll HERT SCIICCHT J. 0. Kories, Jr. K. M. Tally. Jit. ('.las of 1937 Kenneth Smith Carl Anthony ItoKEKT Ivey Alfred Itoi: llll.TON CooriTt Marsden Ku.lv Pail Shei.i.ev WlLLIAM Cool TUI JlT.IAN I.ANE Harry Smith Jins Feiihili. ItoiiEHT Major J it.ian Proctor Pai l Whatley Class of 1938 CHARLES AllNOI.li l-'MANK I.ANE Chesti n Whittle Howard Beatty Dan McKinnon Fred Willi ams Nelson Davis Sieve O'Connell William Wiixiams J. C. Dickenson P.acl It amev Boy Williamson John Edxvards Horace Itoni'CK Borer r Wilson Hai.i-ii Indus Joe Stephens Byron Winn Ernest Krkiiui William Steitiens 1. easts Yklvi noton Class of 1939 I.VCIVS Battle Oscar Davis J ames Moody IIknry Bayxahii Heyward Ellis Minin McLIJNS John Burnett Jetton Kinc. John I.inderman FRANK CtMIIKM. Clay fon I ooan Cer a id O’Connell James Ci.ark'un Marshall McDon.au Hi.mo 1 tom n son Tufa Cooutv Ted McCirath Sidney Tally John Grahtrek Marshall Miller Hari. Wallace Francis Crowe Pete Miller Clem Watson Ei der Whitlock John Boyer 29II K A I l» A A I. l» A Fotimliil in 1H0.') al Vathiii|{lon mill !.«• Fniverxity lUia rlii Chiipter IivslulU l in I1M»4 Flow mi Magnolia anti lift! Hose Colons— Crimton and Old Cold FRATRKS IN FACtl.TATK C. A. Hohmytson W. S. Pkrrv A. A. Murriiriw. Jr. Kn m i i ki Knapp. Jii. Choar Ciiaiiun Jones F. V. Hiciiiioije K. F. Cannon W. S. (iR.MI.AM It. H. Hums. Jii. II. It. Strinokkllow l-.C. McVov John Mi KI’Iihek KRATKES IN I RRK C. S. Thomas S. A. Horn (i. W. Welch (L It. Dawson It. It. Richardson C. A. Poi'NIl ('n:n. (iiiAr.v l . C. Hishop W. It. Thomas. Jm. W. A. Sh ANON K. A. Taylor II. W. Ilisiioi It. F. Williamson James A irMir. Ciisi-sr Davis Jvdson Freeman John Greks Jamks Gwvnn KRATKES IN I NIX KRSITATK ( law of 1936 John HenhKRsoS Kill IIuntkr John Kxioht Oswald Mi:Cav an N» n Mi Mi i l l s Amos Me I. kan liVMlKTT MlZIil.l. (ioi)Mii:v Smith Siikhaaooh Spin I II (iORIKIN ItlMlAVN ItOHEIIT Fill KM AN Patton IIyman ( law „f 1937 Jamks Kino Mhiu: McCi.hov Hamilton Ovrn (iicoMii: IVai.m Mi Tommy Sii inm Ain iim NVmiii Itoinnr Hksm in ii it AYHMD Iti I ii ii Frank IIoayi .s Pai i. Crock Thorpe Fvsxkll HiRsi in i Grayi s Claw of ms Jamks Hitch ItoHIIlT lll l'KAKIH Wallace Jopi.INI. Arthur Lewis IIe.NRY IjOTT Sam McCall ItollKHT McKwan I low k Mohrdock Donald I tom n son Jit.iax Smith Frank Welles Ch.ri.i: Wiimsim Hkniiv Whitwell Chnkst Atkin IIi:n ItiiiiK.Ks CUVTIIN 1-JiMONSON JOSIII’A CoAV.ARRS Tom Farm :it Bond Giles Clast of 1939 111 OMAN (ilNIlH Juno Hansard Tom Jones John Ki m i: Hunter Kelly Don May Eimiar Mii.i.s Phil Pendleton John Stephens William Wikson Hilly Woohruee 2 9 3MOMAMO RTIVIRR PAIMRVOR RPRWIll BOYKIR MiMUllfN CMAB MACCARO BOLTIN OVRCAR RIMBAUM ‘»H()| COCK OUMCAN BOOITORO AOKIRt 10MIA PRATT |0»OAH I 01 HIIA UKOWAI CRUS MVIRI ROOT MOODY HAMMS MINI MiCK A Vr KtIP NcOORALO RARROM NARRUM TURRBULL CALOWIIL WALOROP AOAMS BIICNIR MUHPMV TOWROR PIRKIRt CAVMRAC OIA GOZA MASON STORl Ci ARK BITTR Ml ROIRROR IIORIRG CAUUT MOLAR LITUCJOHM CORK CIBBS NOBIHROR TOMARI110 IACKROR UUIRRMV SPARKMAR T MOM A M«CRAf RKIPPIR CRAM AM MALIACI MAMMY LORO MABRY BTORY BURRS MAVOOR CLORTB MILLIR •20 1I I K A I I A A L 1 11 A Foumlcsl ;it lilt University of Virginia. March 1. 1868 Alpha Kla Hslabllshcd November 17. ItHII Flower—Mly of the Valien Colors—Garnet and Gold l H. C. I.. GroAY FHATKKS IN FACI LTATK Dm. Fiihu Mathers Dean B. A. TouiEftr I»r. F. S. Gordon Dr. Maxey I)lli. WlLBDR J AMI S Kskin Jo Ms Adoi.rh Vidal William Boltin Jamils Adkins H hirer t Boltin Bimion Boykin William IUidikord William Chase Norman Brow si: John Giikikm Shklton Baxter Jack Green e Bill Jonex Ghari.es Bboqs I.EONAHD C.ALDAVELL WlLUAM CaTIIRAR Biciiarr 11 IAS Harry Towson Charles Butts Glen Borinc I.MIN U«|I IU IANS Bill Cayley John Clark Billy Clonts Wilrvr Conn Bosook SKIPPER Ci.uih: Sparkman Moss Mahiiy FKATRES IN I RBK Frank Johnson Dm. w. T. Elmore William McKinvtmy Jamen McGlamiuiCK Si hn kv Borwitson Bernard Bishop Ballon B. Johnson Ai.lkn Haile IIvail ilCNDHIX Boiu nr Bowlers Bichard Borino FRATRKS IN I N1VERSITATK ('.lass of 19116 Harry Disax Stkaciian Di ncan Gnu is Haggard Hirwci.i. Howard Tweed McMullen Jack Sprcill Terry FaTTEILVON William Bliikacm I jin i m Strains Charles Sandi iicock Jamils Fnt mi no Class of 19.17 Aiituni Jordan Oscar Keep Frank McCraw GREGORY 9Jcl 0NAU James Moody I.amry Mims J amis Biivri ii ARLES Boor Howard SgiiiRi: Toliii rt Bor Boyti Harris ('.lass of I9.'M William Go a William IIanni m Frank Miiipiiy Braxton Firkins IIirlono Adams Jack Hansom Nat Ti rnri li. (iOHDON liKLClIKR Baxti r Wai HKOI ('lass of 19.19 Bill Girmx Bill Gkaiiam Frank «.i •ilnsi a Tommy IIayimin I ai l Henderson TWKKD HlKiAN Gannkt Stoni: Hoavard Story Jimmy Wallace Newton Jackson Gharlls Littlejohn Bill Dino Bii.i.y M a von Wesi.ey McGkae Watson Ramsay Jack Hoiiinson Ho Thomas Bii.i.y Tomasklld 2 9CILLIN BICKWITM CANNON COBH GRAMAM AilOII AMATMt KB ATIMBit M ATI W A ft I CAB MIC H ACT OAVITT MAILT MAILT MAMPTON PIIMMIII HOST WALDO WITT ADOMWH OUCCAN MATNI KICIITIR LVTLT M«C A MPBILL ftlCMAIIDMN ftODfft 8MTLTIB STIPMTNSON WANN MTBIOMT TO ! IIOITTCTM ALLIN UANBI ft HAWKINS NUUACN KIAIIMV LOCAft MARVIM ROOItlGUIZ STANTON STtVINS COO I toe I DANIIL DILL TAYLOR WILLI ADAM MiCOHD Me CAM IV Ml LSI ft AMNOLO BLACKBURN BRANCH MILL MILTON NIILSON TMORPC MAT SOM WtlSINCIR BA ft ft niLCMTR C M Air. W.CAMIV MfINTVftC WILL t M WITkCMTN YOUNC C A IT NT ft DAIAOT N NOTTINOMAM BROWN Rtiriis WINSTON DftTW POTTIR BMOWN NOTTINCMAM CM ANT ■AWAIT PCI ORUMRLCB ROBUCK WILO RINT2SIGMA ALPHA KPSII.OA Founded at I hr University of Alabama, March U. DCiti Florida Kpsilon established in 1 .» 1 » Flower- Violel Colors—Haifa! Purple and Old Gold FKATRES l FACl I.TATK Coach Josh Conv I’ROE. C. It. Wll-UHOIIBY NVii.i.iam Vann F. J. Hampton I’at I'atilio Coai ii Dctcii Stanley Coacii Krkent Bow y eii KH VI KKS l I RBK It. 1C. Ariuitt I Hi. Wll.HlTI I.ANSITKR Cai t. C. M. Adams I)»i. Ceimord W. Grand ai.l Boreht Davis Dick Stanley Ai. Canova FR TRF S IN l MVKRSITATE William A. Cillkn Jack Beckwith I.. K. Cannon Anriu k C. Conn A. II. COOLHHSR NVii.i.iam J. Daniel ('.la.m of lO.Ut S. T. | kll. Jr. NVii.i.iam (L Gaither I'iiii. I.. Chau am IIoWARP S. HhMiR.lt (inHUlK A. S.M A IIII IIS John II. Sti Miu.iit Ai.han Sti;wart Champ Taylor Urn C. Willis Hr next C. McClirg Jackson K. Ji dy BoilKKI I.IA'IAAY Airoi sTts II. Ao vis II. Mcniioi: Hainoi n Marion I.. Broavn Karl Bryant NIiiihay Carmichael IIAHItlil II. DaVITT Graham IIaii.k Tovimy IIaim: Class of 193? NVaok NV. Hampton (il'VTK I . McCord. Jr. Borrrt McGaiiry I RR Ml ssut G AUDINI it Xottingii am John Nottingham Fhrii Pierson Grah am Itosi; Simon W. NV.AI.lto tilHAUiT. NVnrr I .RON B. NltMtio: George NV. (ilHHs NVii.i.iam Nl. Btrton NV alter B. Ill'MKRY Ai.i Ska ns Jambs Pack ard Chaprouhne A. Andrews NVii.i.i am NV. AitN'out Donald Black hern ClIOSWKLL BRANCH CLARENCE Brown I. KK ClI A R J. Roy DftMi.AN C.AUlAVKI.1. II AYNI.N H arry Kicutkh NVii.i.iam Lytle George Ali.en Harold B.Aitiii n Carrington Baiirs Anthony Belcher Cii aiii.ks Craig Komi ► Drkw Henry Ghimiiikn Otis Hawkins Clan of I0 t8 J. Horton McCamerem. NVareim. Mii.i.i r Bom rt Mii.ton Gordon Nkilson Bandam. Pkiii'Lih Maynard Bavisry NVii.i.iam Biciiardson Kim. n Bogeils Nl ami;tn Sma.KMi Ci ury Stephenson Class of 19.t9 Victor IIiszagh Francis Kearney Jackson i_ n;.an How.a iid Maiiyin Ben McGaiiry Jack McIntyre Dam; Miller Ykrnd I’otteii J ami s Say ann NVii.i.iam Tiiorpi; I(k.ii Aim Watson Graham NVeisingi m Aijhrt M. NViij.iams Fred Winston Ki’grnr Peek Dan NVrioht I.indnrr Fort NVii.i.i avi Borttci n I.. S. Hkntx ItoltlTIT RoitUCK ItlCHARD BoDlilGtay. BlU.Nl Sian rON Iki; Stevi ns Billy Wiu» Neii. NVitsciien GiYIHGE VOI NG 2 7TUtkV ARMSTRONG IVKHITT CHAPMAN PRICK CONI MOORK MIDOICKAUM ALf OHO CAMP MICNIIR 10M6 IV OK AM ARK ARMITRONG MlCMAHOk RVIK MIRCMANT N CC RKIRPKR CROAK V MOWRV CARTIR tVILIVAN CNITTfMDKN MKMORV AMHROAC CAM ORR CHICORY ■ KMTON CARY fRANKIIM M.ARTHUR MITCMKLL MIllfR • 298 -T II E T A « II I Foumlnt at Norwich I'nivcnity in llt'»G Tau (Ampler PCsIablislinl in 1910 Flow km—Med Carnation Gounu Military Med and While HI TRKS l FACl I.TAI K Dm. A. S. ( vMi'iiri.i. I He F. II. IIiatii Dm. (1. lUruiui Simmons Hainky Cawthon IIommi Howard II. K. Wooo II. V. 111 I’lll i.ll I T. F.. Dp ncw I.KE Focn FRATRKS IN I RRK J. I.. I.iz»n«y 1 K. 1’iimv IUy Ot.ilvii; L W. Tm wi.ro FRATRKS IN UNIVKKSITATK (Hass of 1936 CLOVER 1C. TlT.LV JAMES II. AhMSTHANO William K. Eyemitt Drayton I). Kern hart Cii.im.ia s. r.n vi-.M.w Tom (1. Prick l ALK S. CoNK Jack Mimihi: Wai.tkk J. Miiiiu.kk M i l SlIIIII.KY M. Mil.1.1 H Homert NV. McMullen (.1 OB U I . Wl N(WORTH IIamiiy McDonald ('last of 193? Charles II. Ai.mm John ('.. (Iimi Kohmit II. Micki.fh Wallace I . Coyinoton Jack II. laixo John V. Fly Surer M. Di nmmik C.m:m (i. Armstrong HiCIIARIiQ. ItlCIIAHm William K. I» li. Tims. Ca rry Mi m u wt Charles II. IIace Hi nhv C. Skinner J imki 1C. SKims llow a hi » W. Chi m Cla m of 19.W Ross K. Mowry Paul C. Kni-cs Wvniiin II. (Imukh ANDREW W. Sl'LLIVAN FlACC I.. CHITTENDEN Hisscll W. Hendry Harrison W. Ammrosk. Jr. ('Ian of 19.19 Harold C. Cam: Ciiiiun: I). Ohm lh Nn N. Cihmuimy Cii mii.is It. Kenton Henry II. Cary Cii ami.in Franklin Billy McArtiii ii ItoHKRT Mitchell llroii Miller 299M«TIB IIWADSKI MAIM ■»»■» BROWN VAN BRUNT PATTERSON 0011 f K CORNELIUS NUNROE SHUMAN IOIAND SCHEPPE WITHERS BARTON SINMINS SALESMAN HARLCY AOKINt TIMMINS BONO CONNOR TREORICK CARTER HARRIS MERCER VAUOMN WEEKS NENRV COX MERCER CERMAIN COOPER TOSTER LEWIS TLEMINfi APPLEWHITE TYLER CLARKE BUENILI CLARK LINES CRAWrORD SIMPSON WILKINS VAN BRUNT TRAMMELL TREEMAN WOOO COLEMAN ISRAEL MORRIS WEST BROWN COTTER KUOER CESERV BLACKBURN - 3 00 -SI ii M A A u Foumleil ;il V. M. I.. l.v mxton. Vn.. in 1869 Million rla Chiipltr luslallnl in 1920 Flowkh—While Ifose C-oijihn Itlack, While and Hold 11. V. HlM.KI.in K KRATRKS IN FACl I.TATK Waltir J. Mathiri.y Ki.liot Flktciiiii CKi:II. (». I iu« -N KRATRKS IN I RBE Hr yin Skay Fiunk IIartnhklh Dr. Harry Mkrciiant Jami.s Amh.rson J. B. Adkins O’.Niiii. Cox Fiunk Stho .iiir Ch. i y I.estmi lllt.NHY I 07.1 IK IU'sSKLI. SllI MAN Payton Schkpi-k lion Barton FRATHKS IN I Nl KHSITATK Clans of 1936 Cioimi: SaltsM an Wii.i.iam Van lim nt (Kwaui (oiinimi S IIlnhy Tola ni Wayni. Wiiiiihs J. II. Patterson Iambs Mi nrok Him. Zlavaoski J a«;k Si mmi n WlLMKR BOX Clans uf 1937 Thomas II ari.ly Wii.i.iam .Maiok Wii.mir Bassett Stanley Fhkdiuck John Mlkliji Mostly IIlnhy Sum.ion Aiiki.nn I MIRY SlAIMI NN Gkohok Bonti Sam Caiitkr Jackson Yacciin Julian Nbwsomi: Ki nm iii Connor Jack Harris Marvin Wki.ks Fiunk Cox Tharin Cooi'Mi Norman Biiown Class of 1938 Thomas Atti.icwiiitk Ci.u'ok Mkiior Tom Foster Dim. I’m mini; IUnsii.i.Tyi.iii lams C.IIIMAIN Amh.ri I.kavis Clans of 1939 Dili. Clark r. NVilli k Links Wooohow Wilkins Cook Friikman Gkorgk I sham. Karl Brown Dkwitt Kuo Dick Hoik.i ns Jacoii IUt.n .i.i T. II. Ckawporh Tom Van Hiii Ni lion Wool! Bill Moiihis I.lHoy Cottmi Bill Ckslrv Haul Clark John Simpson Clifton Tram mi li D. C. OiLKMAN CilBT West John Jonis Billy Hlackhl'IIN 30 1COCHRANS. I. P MAMIMN PAMTRIDCS CONNIR (RAVIN CIA 0 11 R GROWN WAVGRICMT TURNSR IUTCM ION MURRAY MVSRS COKCR M.KAV FARRINGTON Mf ANA NOLKINTINC AGt 0( T0R MCAOOW WORSHAM MlUOSN MANNING ■ RAINARD COCHRANS. W. COOPIR GRINS X SIIIV 1S0NARO MARSHAL MOaOAN ONIAL PIARCS SMIRK T MlRAUIT TRAFFORO WAROSN FO TIR M.OONALO SCOVILLC FORT CROX MMITCOMR • 302 -K in M A A 1 1 A SI I'uiiihIilmI .il Ihc ruivmily of Virginia in 1860 Della Della Chapter Inslullcil in 1022 Kijjwmi- l.ily of the Valley Caiiants Scarlet, While and Hmeraid FKATHKS l KACI LTATK li. A VIIA Dn. T. M. SlMI sON Du. A. I.. SlIl.tl.LY T.J. lllOMXS Dll. J. M. l.i.vM Dm. NVii.mov Ni w i:i. (J. M. Ti iiNui Dii. C.. II. I’m.i. iu FKATRKS IN I KBE III JIT lll’TSON (L J. II Minis I'll,Wills II. Ill 1.1. Jamia G. I.mcm: M minx K. Knows J. I . CoCIIKANE. Jit. Shaw S. Hi ok I K M'KKS IN I MVKKSITATK Clast of I'M6 Jayiks II. Chavkn 1 11 ink M. Fostiji Wl 1.14AVI A. (il.ASS Jayiks II miiuson J. Maiici s Smut. Jm. Kim.mi J. Wayiiuh.ii i Mminamu Cokkr I'nil MIT OoNNKIl IIkniiv Fitoii Ohms (Iiiii.i.s Knw in | . Mvmis Clast of I'M? I MIN Alto I.KWIS I.IHIII JOIC I.UNO Ci'Ktis A. McKay Jack W. Miihriy Ki n I'mitiiiimo:. Jii. ( ill lIMt i K. Titini ii Edwin Ni mows Kayvioxi 11. Soovili.i IIaRoUI Will TOO Silt Kicii aiio IIi.moii Otis Faiuiinmton Class nf I'MS liMiMIK Met Ns Kvill. Moi.Kt-.NTIN : Kiel ni; McKiown K it mono(i. Sami: I.i i Woksiiavi Class of l'M9 M ms ii am. Hhainako Wll i IS Cm (IRANI V 11.1.1A vi (ami'ilt (imnt.c CiHiMi s Ik Krllry Knill.lt r I.IONAItn Kmnknt Mwninu John Maiimiam.. Jii. I’iiii.i.ii Monets Jambs 0 N« il I.M.tNO (!. Pkikk KoiiIIIT SlIIIIK VtOBI RT F. Tim I olio Si m mi ks NYaiihi n Ai.m: !• . Mm:Don.au John ( . Fort Kksi.st G. Tii iii mt. i w :t o :tHAHN I It IOWARD CHIRRV r»im« MfNOCRRON (VLAMOIR COX AlltRI MAY au M COX CIIBIRT DOOUY UUII MOWI MCRIONG CONWAY M AlltV RAROWIll RUll M All V YAUIOI WOirORT KICKUGMTIR DIVIO DAVIS MUNI raid OOWOA Hiai WOOO WAR! 1UGSCMWIRT CAMRRON ItWII BIVIllC WIGNTMAN MURRAY MAVIRSTICK VOC PHIHM oxioao toon rinningtom wind? roiATTY WIIKINMN WICK(a ROOD SMITH lllWCllVN SWOORt MMRMM Wlllll TANNING - It 0 I -I I II I k A I I A I FomimIimI jiI Oil Icier «f Cluirlcitloii in I'.HH Alpha Kpsilnn Chapter Instnllril in 1921 Fuiwsr-Red Rote CoijORS--Gold and While FK TRKS IN KACl LTATK J. I . Wilson FRATRKS IN URHK itoniHi Rowland Ciiaui.kn Marks ArciiirGaum I., W. IIakhhll Hyiion IIiiuonc Raymond Tylandkii Jtan Hush Rich Min Hahdwki.l (iHMIOR lloWK FRATRKS IN I NIVKRSITATE Class of me S M Cox Ahnkv Cox l N Al.I.KN Acton Brown Haykord Conway Rill Srtzlh Johnny Si ay Jksxk l)ooi.r.v Clkm IIailky Cii mills Palm in I'll AN K WAI.UATH Finn (ill.mm I.OUIK WoLTORT Riu. Run. Jack BUSH John Ciikmiy Class of 1937 Mitch ll Stalky Mack Nivln Ruddy Faulds John Kicklioutch IIrnknt Mooiii: IImuii.ii Rowk Sam Davits Jimmy Howards Class of I93H Rom:hi Reyiua Marvin IIkndmijmin Klnnkth Wii.i.in Howard Yds Roiii hi Dowiia Hill I.twin John IIkiiii John HATUtSYlCK Cii aiilts WaiiK Hilly Murray Rii.i. Wwiitman Guy Wood IUy Camiimon Rii.i. I'hici: lll NTin Lyons John Zi'nsciivvHiT Wt.u.i:i« Hunt Class of 1939 John Polatty Arthur Bootk NoYCB I INNIKO K. O. 1.1.t-WLI.LYN Kdxon Wkndt Ron Swoon: Wai.ttr Rivlus (■KoMiB Rood J IMIS Oatoiid Thomas Simpson lot's Wick mi Job Wilkinson Fonia I i nninkton Thomas Wii.i.is Rich aiid Riiown J. S. Smith - 3 05 •MILTON SMITH MILL 0 ATI V MOOPIR SWARTSIL CAUSKV LACKLANO THOMAS WIST COSTILLO SUTTIRLIN MVISfU M«L(00 (MMANUIL LAASITIR W ALL ACI » «« SCOTT OATCT SUTTIRLIN I ISC HIR •INNCTT SMITH WMITC (RIUI M.LIOO STARR f 1(10 UADI TOWCHTON BRAOLCTT BROWN OONVMS HIL M ROT ILLIOTT KINNIOV HOLT SOLOMON MILLtR CARABALLO MIWMS - 3on -S I ti M A II I Founded a I Miami rnivcrsily, Oxford, O., June 2K, IH55 (iainmii Thrta Chapter Kslablidu-d OcIoIkt 24, 1924 1-LOWMt While Hose Colors llhie it ml (Hit Gold Fit ATI! ES IN I ACt I.TA I K I . I.. ItEMi O. (!. It. STAGKMIMi J. I). ll YM lO Tow NIK It. I.IK.II J. w, It KITE Cait.W. D. I’asciiai.i. I II Vi'HKS IN I IIUK I KiN CooKK K. A. IUvnik J. V. Kirkpatrick Cl. 0. Kirkpatrick LAWRENCE IlKDi W. B. Watson It. C.. Sim ncek It. Iv. I i EL I- MY II. C. Ill NDIItSON W. It. Stinson N. I.. Stidmvn. Jr. It. I.. Black. Jit. Mvc Batkv I-of in Him. David Smith Fit TIIKS IN I NIYKKSN VI I Class of I9.'I6 (■RANVII.i.t: Batbv Ike HooiM.it FRED SfTTUII.IN J VCK Tvhkr Aiit lieu Fisciiih III III JIT Ml I.TON Prank Bbnni n Pleasant Holt David Scott Boss Swaiitmii, IIARRV (InSTKLLO William McLeod Don aiji Stark Class of 1937 John Cacskv Warner Lackland Ni I.SON SviitII IvOVVAKD WlllTK Class of 1938 JPLIAN FlELII llt'oii Miller IKii i.l.vs St rTUlIJN Tom CSri'n well (■HUM.I (illl i ni: CrAWI'iiIID Sol lMoN I one Thomas I'm i West Mvvnakd McLeod Clemi m Si.vdi Wai.ton Tocchton Class of 1939 Jack IIhadlby Jim Caraballo Miciiki. Lmmancu. (Timii.es Lassiter John Wallace Dote.i.as Brown I.aTrkixe IKiryns I’mej IIki.m McCleir Minims lit hiiu Si imruo Vim ni Bvrkiivkdt Jack Ki.i.ioit Stetson Ki nnidy John I’rkem • 307 -- 80C • on oouit nn«Niio«M iim «I1I9 aiaani laoxc i»aiN utif aiaaiaa «ni n omioooa nii»« ••svn« »« oT II l : T A k A I I A N II I'liiimlnl al SpriiiKllcUl, Missouri, in 1921 l-'loriOu Ikia C.li;i|it«-r In t;illt'il in 1921 I'lowi m While Hose Oimihn Crimson. .1 ryenl. Sable FKATHKS IN KAC.l I.TATK l»»l. 0. II. IIWI'TMAN I 11. It. (i. Manchk.stmi Piioi'. II. M. Gaitv K» vni rn G. Sk «.«.s linw mii» T. I mi :»: Jami.n SlIACKI.KKOHl It M.l'll Hokkmk.yim FR TRES IN I RRK ClUMm WlMKM Itovi Ovkrpkck Dwk.iit (kmn Alkck I'iixshi iiY FRATRKS IN t MVKRSITATF. Wii.mam IIlois. Jr. Class of 1936 Thomas Bi'CIKMK('.iiai'imi.i. Koniiit IIvatt I-Iim.mi Mi nim Daiihy Hakom Goooino Ainu i C.i.ikk Class « 1937 ItoNIJlT I .KYI SOX ClYIIK TVHNEH Ai.i i Sk o.t.N. .In. Jwii s ItonmiN Thom n Itm n n Class of 1938 Kwku. Mknob Kowahu Sumo Ai.vis Giii:»:x (‘JAYTON Moom: Stkavaiit Smith Mourns Stout i it Kowaiid Nkkk. Jii. Class of 1939 Item: r.i.MisoN Non man Mooukiioisi; 309MALI Mium TURNBUll MAIN WOODUIIV NIKON Al 1 0 N CANNON UURROUCH NOCK RA NICNft »NITH NONK CORNY IMOM AN CHRISTIAN TYIIH CRABLK MRCUMN MANN WALKKR 6ANIT PARRISH CASTIK MANCON MRB ALI ON MlCULLOWCM MVNN CRANAM RICK 11T HOLT 110 0 WATSON CASHOVN MILLKR LOVC PARKIN TRAMMKll 6AR0NCR CIBBS NAYMONO CNAOO SMITH MOUSCR MONCAN MOAC WARRKN 1100 NC HARRISON OK MOSS THOMAS HARRIS PARRISH WORSHAM MKNRV MKNRY VAN PUT • 3 10 •I II I ii i: t a DELTA T Founded ill Miami University. Oxford. O., in IXI.X I-!• iri«l:« Alpha Cliuplcr Inxlnlleil in 1025 Flow kb—While Carnation Colors- Azure amt Ardent FRATRKS l FACUI.TATK Dil John J. Tigkrt M. i»ison l . Copy I.ima M.Ki.i.ix.Jh. Hkiit C. Hilly IIiihmit S. Cockmm.i. Frank S. Wright FRATRKS IN I RIIE WltlAOMK SII KAN lit l.l'Cll'S McCormick It. J. Joroan F John Alison Charms Ct rrv Juivky (Iantt ClORDON (iHAIIAM Him. Paiikkh Francis .Morgan ATRKS IN I NIYKRSIT ('.las of 19.36 I.kMoyne IIali. Calvkkt Cannon MaVkhnk Thomas I'lKK lloLNTKIN IIknry II. Parrish IK RoBurr Ricki ■ 11 AMM.li Til A XIMKLL RoBsm IIoao Charms IIaiuus JlMMIL 1 11111.11 $ John Hikkol’ghn FIjOYH Christian Him. Castle (.in of mr Tommy Holt Mari. Cakiiner lli'KK Warms IIoWAIUi P.MKiKTT M. M. I'arrisii TlFFANV Tt’RNRI'Ll. Ki n i Hoylr Dwight L llocnw Brick. T yi.hr High Manson Hob Boyd I)KLL CilllHS John Hi min K Class of 19118 Dick Worsham John S. I (AIM John Higm • Thkooohk Charm-: Chiton Hurry Pat NVatson Dick Haymonii Francis Harrison Ciiarlls Henry Hl'imiy Cio.wn Dick Wikhmikry Arch kb Smith Itoii Frimh'son Manikin Aijson Putnam Calhoun John Chago Jack DkMoss Ai.i.kn IIknry I'rkh IIirons Hoii IIokk Cla of 19.39 Charlkn Mann Jack McCumait.ii Ai.nuji Millkm N» it. Smith Jimmy Thomas Jimmy Van Pelt Kooik Walk 3i Hoyh Wynn John laivi: IIknry IIouser AIJIKIU (iRAESNI.K Jolt CKAIILK Lawn Ka Hall JlMMIK MaNKN 3 1 IM4Cahiv bridges mvcN granger uuaio waum musty KAMClt LOVC MAVLTRBY fCC WiCAHT Y SAMPLE WRIGMTON •AVHOtn MOORE TORTtR HUNTER LOWRIE 10 A IS MYERS M«COWN CAREY CHEATHAM CALLAHAN EASON HILL GALIACMER KLUERrtLBCRC MASON MORRISON M4TAHLAME YOUNG OAVIH fOROER ■UlllVAN REX PREWITT TAYLOR ENNEIS LAKE MiLEOO JONES MAROCE HAMMETT KELLY -312 i : i s i l o S I U M A I II I Founded at the I'niversity of Iticliniond in 1901 Florida Al|»ha Chuplcr Installed in 1925 I'ijOwihs -American Neanljj Nose and Violet Cpuhin Purple and Ned FR ATH US l KACIII.TATK Iti iMii.K NVmvrn II. C. 111'llNT I). A. Connor J. S. Day A. C. Mounts J. II. Wish IMuT.V. McCah K. A. Cl.AA' TON FRATKKS IN URHK T. A. (IRKKNK. CHHIOK SXIITII II. K. Si kn«:i:r W. I!. Amnow (il»ROK l . BRIDGES Max S. Ci.ki.aND livtin C. Kuyku JolIN A. (ilUNOKR FRATKKS IN I NIVKRSITATK Class of 1936 IIauoi.i I). Kinsky Jack Samitk Jack It. la»VR Ai.kxam kr Mai'i.tsry Brian K. McCarty C toner. K. NVaiaii Dayh M. Pkk Class of 193? Wai.i.y Samii.k John M. McCamty Jack IIoou W. C. Mvnus Kd Nkai. Ia»wuii John V. Jones Jamks I . Stkvknh IIsuns B. WmOHTON Wii.i.iam C. IIi-chcs James II. I'okthh Jack L. Sai nm m Dick Hcntmi V. J. C.AI.I.IHAN Bohkiit I,. C.HKY Vkknon C. Mason Nt I AON M A SON Class nf 1938 Mil.TON T. (« AI.1.ACII I II Bkn II. IIm.i. Waltkk T. M avhi-hmy ItlCIIAHO It. C.lir.ATIIAM Houar II. Ki.i’i I'i'i i mate Cam a. IIakdi • Frank It. Morrison JaMKS O. Ml.CoAVN Class of 1939 Thomas J. Davis Wii.i.i am II. Fs mis. Jr. (iii.Hi rt C. Forres CiROYKH lll'I'l’KI. Tom F. Hammett l)t'DI.EY Kt'.l.I.V Boin ur I.. Bi:x Richard M. I'rkwitt IIahold C. Jonhs Ivur.ENt: It. Sri.I Ivan Km.ar It. Taymmi (• :■ iiu• i: T. Young J ami s I). McFari.ani Jm It. Mel.eon John It. Make 3 I 3andcrscm non bviiako ■iockcr Nurr ostncr fONt TAIRCMIID AMI T M ■OIKS KIUU MASON MORTON MITCMILL CARUSK TORSYTN CAHPIIIL UNKINS CfATAIN TURNIR TAIT OAYIS RVRNIS WORTH RNACKCN - 3 14» i : i. t Fuiw mi 1‘tmsu II. O. I avvai.i. (■KOROP. F. WKHKK Kl.il) II D. HlXCKI.KY |)n. JolIV W. M. CK H. XV. Mil.i.n tx XVii.i.iam K. Jackson Kinah Andkmsen I a pi. Ilrtf (•oiihon Certain Fill I' Josi Fiiii. I;. iiu:mi.n Sidnrv Smith (■nonet: Byhnkn Kiinni mi IIohton A T A I l» E I. T A I'oil n ilcd .it Itctlumy College in 1859 Belli .do Chapter litslullctl in 1U25 Counts Fnr dr. While ami (iohl FRATItKS l FAC1 I.TATK John V. XIc.Qpittv It. B. Kutni.I'.r XV. It. (ioHKI. I.OPIS MllQriTTY Dwiunr (in,i.its FR TRKS IN I It UK llttv. Fimncis XVakiiitcui Xoriiirt Srt i'Hens CllAiti.TON Mii.mv FRATRKS IN I Nl KRSITATK (Hats « I9.'I6 (il'Y Boris lllTKMIX Bl I.IAHD XVii.i.iam Forsyth tiiotu.i: Cami-hiix Jack Bijmikiii Class of 19.17 XX'llJ.IAM OSTXMt Boot III JENKINS ('.las of 1938 John It. Ti iinhi Kyi mitt I . Tait (iimu;i: lioi.i.t.s Oi.ivi lt Ki l.i.ui Fnwuin XI v ox Hi i.ii Maxi i Bov Davis Class of 1939 Fit .XII TCI It. IX Bom «t CaiiijsLI: FraNKMN XX'oiiiii J. XX’ll.l V IlHU KI N 3 I 5n o o r a l l UNO V LtONARD M«RORIt ARCV lOIIMII AUDI AVON DRAGOON WALTIRS NOLAN SISNOR KI NOHICK t TURLINGTON RICM rCHHIRLING NKCUS MmOILL NORIIN TURLINGTON NITCMGOCK WfAVIR ROOIRTS (VLHB ATAURALLN LUCAS MARTORC MART VAN ARBOALL DRAGOON BROWN SIMS - 310 -A I, I II A ii A 1 1 A IK II O l-’oumlcil ;it Ohio Slalr rnlvcnxily in 1903 IiisIiiIUmI al FIopUIji in 1923 l'l.ns mi Pink Hose Gilors Green ami Hold I It TKKS IN FAC1 I.TATE |Im«oi.i Mo wry II. K. Von I IKES Dh. II. Hamilton Dm. Frank Hiximi.ky I‘nor. C. Ii. Ahrott Dm. O. ’.. I lux xs I’lloK. FhAXIKR ItoOEKS Ii. II. F» II Ml MUNI. It. J. IhMior Ml TKKS IN I HHK Hum Di kes Wxl.TIII Sl l MI.INIi IIvsskix IIe.ndehson J. I , (lxMl l HOE. J. F. OuiRKR Dm. F. S. Jamison Itir.lI XMO I.. ItKOOKS Ciiimih XI. Si nnui HI ATRES IN UNIVKKSITATK Clou of 1936 Thomas II. Xlr.IttmiK. Jr. V. IIxmi mi Kendrick 1.1 M.l I It. ANOKKSON Class of 1937 I'iiii.. S. Arkv. I Thomas A. I.eonahu Handou’ii I Korin sun Dennis HKAOOON Walter II. Nolxn FlINENT Nori.ix Frank II. Rich Class of 193B linxxTN Turlington Jack II. Weaver DxviuiiT Ii. Lucas (■i'll.EoRH T. Sims A. J. XIacGill Henry Tuuunuton (i. lit'cENE Walters Wii.i.is Nwit s Orris Evers F. Stkxvart 11 Ain mu Jerk Stamuxit.ii Wii.i.is YanArsdau. Class of 1939 I'iiii. Homejits Fail Hkaouon Kmmktt Hroxvn I.A .AII II MIT ItollKIII 11 ITCH COCK -317-ROTMtTIIN KA9S USOI RUBIN I AMU el MIAMI A MM MAM CAAMl KNWAAII KAT2 Ult M«« MHMIOm MA r K% LA RI» CI0M1II APPLfAACM PfPPfR ORtllOl TAXftth MOTITBKV U»UW COM I 1 ROMNBIUM RUBIN ROtCMC IORDAN KANTOR CAUCL RANKIN AftITMAN CAVNOR ri»M|R "0 1 9INCCR Wt All A OWOMCIN (HRIICM IMIlonOC HIR«CM IAKOV UAH MOfcCOVITZ RICHARD tUCARMAN HITMAN -318-a ii i Fmiaymi lliiucinlli Main Cans a. Jay Si.iiwaiit Hi.hnaiui Marks Sidney Corn n Arnoi.d Hems JlROMR KaSS IIrMM.AN I ANRIS Harry I. anris SaVI. Hoskskrantx Prank Wotiwky Ciibstch CIassri. I jii is Snktman i.i ..s ud Flian AI.VIN I ANDY Sami u. Wkxuw Harold Kritman II E T A l E L T A Ponmlfil ul Coliimltiii University in IUI2 Della Chapter InstiiHeil in 192. Colons nr mu (ioid FKATKKS l FACUl I A I K JoNI I’ll Wi ll. FKATKKS IN i MVERSITATF. Class of 19.16 David IUitiimrin Morris Sciimiidi r Joi: Sai Ml Class 0 1937 IDS NUTT Aeei.MiAl M I.IONAKD I'H’l'Ml I.Ill KonLNHI.I M Earn rat I'ki ngknii ap m Class of I93H Kov HiNJAMIN KoiniRr Jordan I'lllLII llRI MAN II ARoi.li Tannin Joi I . Sam r Kly K a iz Anson Dri iskn Mai nn 1 Ciiomir Daniki. I’mhn II aroui IUiiin Km an 1 1. I.kvi so ICravin K antor Class of 1939 A1 1 Rlii I'ANKKN MlLTON C«AYNOR Hay KiiRi ir.il Stani.ky It 11.11 Aim Ml, Yin Si 1.ARMAN I DON SlNI.I M Morton P'riidiiimg I km i r Hos»: (ilRROi: IIirscii ItlCHAKD I.KAR JoSKl'H Davonkin lotus Mosiwmt :i 1 9Mima robbin sMAMOiorr kamn hmi bakin ruir eaccaaiar. wiwi umiiai miiicb noicntmai ri(LO •«»■ OiATT BNONMIIN OOlOINBtANK MOMA KAMM SCMUPLta BICAl WIINKIC WIIMBH MVMAM WANNItM MKIOIM ALI HANOI K CARBllR BRtlNIN niKKOWIt OlAMOaO HONOaiTX 0010 OBIfNBlATT kCVITCM MNCCN KAO AN JACOBY LCVIM KAMCNOYr BNAPINO MI NOILkON NI2NAHI 0R0VIT2 MINT2CB IBAOKN BCUKOVITt - 320 -T A I' i; ! S I I. O X i» II I I'oiimlrd nl OiImiiiImk Cnivcrsily in I!M i Tail A11 ■ 11: i Chapter lnst.ill.il in IU2j Fioaykh Lily of the Valley Coloik -Lavender and White KKATKKS IN UltllK W'll.I.IAM KdKLSTEIN MaHCI'N KuKI.STKIN IIyMAN It. SoRDI. l.l'JIN II. Rohm ns FR TRKS IN I NIVKRSITATK Class a f 1936 ItOREKT ROBIUNS SlDNKY 1.. RakkH Martin Skoal Joki. Flkkt Sam i ll Sh apiro Class of 1937 1 1111.1.11 Sn.itm HTIll'll Sll ANDLXIKF (ironin' Greenberg Ikvinu Ki.htmi Mki.vin Haiinrrt Seymour Mii.mii SIDNEY ItoSK.XTHAI. Class nf 1938 Am in ii Kaiin Josh» m Field Ikb Gordon IU'RTon Kahn Mkvkii Si«.ai. Mohtox Wkisxmax Hr win Waiixisii Maynard Abrams (inUON Hi_ tt SaNFoRD Rroxstkix Aaron (hildknm.axk Rii.i.v IIoma Mot: S : 11 i i i.i n Jitomi: Wijnki.i: Jack Hyman IIMini m IImdkn Class of 1939 Sam Alexander I’aiX li Mini.i ii Goodwin Hrkixix Ark Rkhkowmz II miiiv Diamond lllltlllltr Horowitz Jirrv Gold I.KONAIID (iHi:i:NHMTT Stanley I.kvitcii Ti n Finokr IIahry Kagan Itii.i. Jacory Roll I.RYIN John Kiionenieui Sidney Mi ndi i non Joi Mizrahi Auk K amend)»' Maihick OIUIYITZ Jack Mistzer Jok Fradkn J mo vii Sm.ikovitx 0 3 2 ITviii mciiiN sprinccr corloh srurr bkasmlar corloh m«ahlv ADAMS BAR'KID BRICCS CAMPStLL CLARK SAROUSKV GALBRAITH KOCH LSWIS MILLS ROSC TUBBS WILLIAMS ADAMS OOIIKR MORTORD POOSIR RE00IR6It i: i ii i L T A Founded jiI Cornell University in 18110 l-'loridii Chapter Installed in IU2G Fu W)«—While Carnation (!oums Huff and Ned FRATKKS IN URBK Itvmos T. l Ol!GI- NS IU.M. I.. llllJII IUIKAND. Jll. FRATRKS IN UMVKKSII UK Robkrt H. Cakuin I.KA (I. R MUN 1 Class of 1936 Ili itniT I.. McAni.y Andrkw I’. McI.cvn (•KOIMIK W. MlTCIIII.L William Tunis III iiiii iit M. Wibh, Jn. C.I-M IO: M. Adams Bwl'CK I.. ItARKIKI.n Norman J. Unices Ki. rr«:n :« I.. Known, Jiu John II. Bilanii kar I.YNDON ( CoNLON John l . I.raa'is John M. i ai.riiai i ii Wilson I. Adams Ai.KK.nT J. I o n n. Jn. Class of I'd? Wai.lack O. Camiuki.i. Jack S. Clark Ci.ydk I . Rnoijmi Class of 1938 Class of 1939 Thomas II. Morkoud Mattiikw Moiimson Finn W. S a mu ska (’ll ARM'S It. Sl'MI Mil It KOMl'ND It. SlOM N Snrni N II. Si t lilt John M. Ti mis Be Komi l„ Wiiiti: Ijikidik M. Williams Atkinson K. I’oosm. Jn. OnNUK Y. lll DDINti Wiu-Iam S. Koch I.KSTKIl J. Mll.I.S Frank B. Bosk Thomas J. Sammons. Jn. 323 A COVRUT ATKIN •CHILLING M CLANC WARC LLOTO TON NIC HOLTON •»« ow MmOOWCLL II VCMOVCK IINOMT MAYNARD JOHNSON BIAMIT WI»T TON MtlCV MIKTHIIU K Ml CM T HARRINGTON •KAN OAVI •Kill CARRCLl uorrinon HUOOKMON GO URLt T DOWLING •TCWART BVTCMCR DONNALLT WING BODOCN K ANSI MULCH CAKKICK OOTNTON •CNU6CRT ■ RIGHT VAN MIRNOON TRUNKCT BOJWORTH TON PRISTON DCIGAARO 32 1 -I IB I K A I I" A T A II I-'otimlcil ai Miami I’niveruly in 1905 Alpha Kla Chaplcr Kstahlislii'il in 1920 Fuwnn- ttrd Carnation COLORS—Harvard llrd anil Old (u !tl FKATKK3 l KACULTATK II. W. CHANDLER »H. J. Eldriimk I.KWIS Hi.MjOCK II. W. lll STON IIK.J. lUiLVXt II. A. WHITTAKER M. II. GxiHl'RN I). W. (klTOAMl Cl.YIlK ATKIN'S Tom I.ke Harrow 11 human Davis C.I.MIK I tOl'HI.I.Y KRATRES IN I NIVKRSITATK Clmtt af I0:i6 Aiiciiin Harms Him. I-vntahh Thbo. Lindsi V Ill'YfoN McCUANH Carl Ik im MacDowii.i. ('ari. Nicholson Thomas Tatiiam Mhi.tos Ware Class af 1937 I'll AN K l.l X III NNiriT lliiumir ('.aiihki.1. Karl Johnson Him Jinn Ki.mih Ki:ujnr John I.LAVO Zoi.i.ih Mays Min Him. Richards I.oyis SCHILLING Cahi. Veiuiyck Cii uiu s West I’f.vton Yon S. I.. Yon Cl.ll'KOKD HHANLEY CaRLTOX ItllTCHKM Kn Donnau.y Him. Dowling (iRNK (fOl'HLRY Jack Stewart CIom of mH Fred IIaiihinoton Mac Hi'wiles ton Hi nr Htmi'Iimies Aiithvr Karst I.IMAR KNIGHT Hoik nr McLendon Him. Morrison ('llAHIJLN OVHHMAN Downer IIexsii v Thomas Skim I it Si an Howaiui IIoodex Olivkji Itoswonni Hill Boynton lloil ClIAl'MAX Tory Conyers Chandler Cowles Class of I9.t9 Cn enter Di n; Mint (lALM)WAY (i.lRRICK O. I . IlKRNdON lion Miller Hill Prkxtox Walter Si nriu hy lion Trunkky (toiUMiN Vann Woooiiow Wll.l-I AM NON John Wing Ik ssi i.i. Wright I . I.. Yon 323 -JONES WEAVER ANOERSON OYIMS RHODEN AOllfNT GAICVBY SHARPE THOMPSON CARISON KRAMER ANOERSON NEWSOME C«ltUY MONTGOMERY KODBt Ml HON OOWO alCKt COMSTOCK •"OWN BAOULEV BUCHANAN CAMPON COMSTOCK DAVIDSON DECK CADEE. CANUCK MALI HARRISON KEISUNC IANOSTON M f ACM I N “‘HI STEAD STIMrSON STONEClPHER WIISON - 3 20 ii e i. t i» ii i A SIG . 1 A l-'oiiiitl«- l al Coll Kc «f tlu (lily of New York in IX'JD I til .1 Z»l;i Clinplcr IiinIiiIU'iI ill IU30 Fmiwkh- While Carnation Counts While. Site (ireen amt While FK.ATKKS l FAC.l I.TATK C. F. Byeks V.T. Jackson FKATHES l I KBK K. I.. I.INDSKY A. K. MacKhiixr KlHMY I.INDSKY I M.TON OWKNN C. II. SlIKPI'HKIUi B. A. Gusx FKATRKS l I NIVKRSITATK Class o mo B. S. Jiim .' J. W. Wkavkh I). W. ANlimsos V. H. Bykhs I.. SlIIIMIKH s. c;. (: hi_ on II. S. Kkammi v. Pun. V. W. Hoi.1.1 in II. T. Bwi;k M. Cl. (iltll.MlY K. II. SlIAIlll (1. A. TlIOMI-MJN S. O. Carson I- F. Mdln: ( law of 19.17 (i. I.. Anokrnon Mikl Dick F. C. Kswsomk J. I Hhooks J. K. Gmcsmy B. J. (Iaiii.ic.k Claw of mis V. M. Montoomkhy. Jr. C. II. Bagixev C. II. 11 os its John Stk o J. F. Strtxos J. R. Down T. NY. VVkkks I . NV. Comstock I.. V. Brow n Claw of 19.19 A. 1C. IlfCIIANAN C. Kkisi.inu l I). Gabki. I.. II. Ml (in: C. I„ Davidson F. J. IIai.k M. II. Stonki.ii'IIKK V. A. Camion H. C. Comstock Kimi kiit Harrison II. J. I .A Kits TON I). I.. Mkaciikn Joll N N IK Sll MI-SON P, C. Wilson 32 7WOOD MARTIN COltMt oaky 110 0 Harris AVAM HAMILTON WALK [ It NttAON KOCSIK CASSIDY tort MCATVARO JOHNSON MORROW "own V novo DALLAHO HAMILTON SANTORO DICKSON PROCMASKA RIKCR PtYRAVO SORING JOHNSON TURNCV AVANT 0AUCMMAN PARKIN RCDONAVC SCHULTZ WRIGHT CLARK C CONOVCH (HKIftTY LIOOtLL n»Htn NRttM MAVOtN TRAZICR CROSS CANTS AHRANO VAN OUfiTN LCOCITT MONCRTSON root K ARLC CLASS KOCHit i; t a i i I'ljiwm lied Hose Kl.lNI II. GRAHAM Jiih.f. O. T. Shim. II. I . Constans Bascomm I'. Mi i i.i. IIowlanii XX’oo© l Al'l. Poi'K ItoMIRT It 1.1.Mil Ai.vin Hamilton Mark Ahiuno ItORKKT IIaRV Jamiin Itovo II mimy Johnson Hitkksox Marius Jack Avast Kiiwaro Morrow Ai.krmi Park mi John Hhiciuvk Hess Christy WaLTI r 1.10111:1.1. IllCHARIl llORMITXON lloltRRr Ni l VON Frank Kocsis KvIRKTT llo-VII T II i: T A Fnunilril 11I Miumi I'nivcrsily in 183'J Gamma Xi Chapter Installcil in 1930 Oiuhw—Delicate Shades of Pink and Itlur FRATRKS IN KACl I.TATK I)r. J. Srrko Rookrs Dr. XX'. It. IIathawaa Dr. l;. W. Kokomooii Haij'Ii I). Dm: Kiev Dr. Nathan V. Sanhors YX'ilmam T. Arnui Dr. C. W. Macy FRATRKS IN URHK Jambs K. Kf.rzki. Clu'iik L. I’riim.fn F. A. Mk.itv ahii FRATRKS IN I NIX KRSITATK Class of 1936 ItORFKT Sin fori 1 Rorkrt Dickson Koiikrt Martin Sam («oktii»: XX'iu.iam Boat no Archil Mkatyaiui Ralph Piukiiiaska IIaiuii.ii IIikmi Frink Pryraati Clast of 1937 Jambs Johnson Jamks Ti RNP.Y Kvkhktt I.rk Ckc.il Avan r (iunwii: Bai mi man A. ( .. X’ in Dim n James Johns ton»: Class of 1938 XX'lLl.lAM ScHULTZ XX’illiam XX’riijiit Jamks l.waiKn XX’ooi.mirii Hamilton Pat XValkrR X‘|NI'SCIR ItoWI.KY Khriiit Sciiwinu XX'lLl.lAM Cl.VHKI K. S. OiNovm Marshall Sinclair Class of 1939 Martin Fisher lloiti nr Rrk :n Calvin IIaydi n IIoMIII FltVXHH Kiiwaro Food Fiii;ii Cassiiiv IllCHARIl KaRI.I (i FORI.I (ilJASS Carl Cross ll. J. Gants John XX'arri Chris Koch :t 2 9MUG VMM Mftiorr HlfCMCll VAN MtHlTCA NtKCOWN rCRAV WftTSIRC RAWOOM TMOMMO CARII4N MOWtll NCV(S AIL VO» WAINWHICMT CMSIMCR KAMIMIt »«' »» »H(rPA«0 W«»T THAI Lilt TMOMMON •Atotria wiTMf t »ON KOrr nnAoroRo ■©out? MASTING COMATOft SHILLCV LA AOL A M It II A i II I A L l» II A Founded .d Roston University in 1909 Epsilon Mil Zela Installed in 1933 Kuiwn- Violet (kiuwtt-ftir rff, Creen ami Co hi FKATRES l FACtJLTATK mii ii M. IMhilnian a. A. Hopkins FRATRKS IN I NIVKRSITATK Jack Mitchell High am Strnns Class of 19.16 ClIARLKN FlKMSON M AX WELL McKlXIWN William NV'iiaiiton Walter Van Munster Jack I'krloi’e Class of 1937 Cronoi: I’krhv (•UN K All Caiu_hok Ernest McHak IIommi Thompson Jack Ni i-hon Hick wu Keyks Roiihry Rawdon K vki. M i sen Cuke Howell John Wimhkiu. Hi i i Wainwriout Myron King RoNKKT (iHESIMI H I .EON Sll KPPARI) Dalk Wkst Class of l9:tS Melville Tiiaillik Donald Ityiiolt ('.union Kaminis Michael Arkaras Frank Thompson Wylm v IIauiwin Class of 1939 Raymond Witherspoon Hohert Siiki.i.»:v Ralph Bkaoeorr Bennett Land Cum RD ItoyiET I lowKIX KoPP Tom Cecil Wilbur Hastings John Gonatos Mhos Haggerty 33 1ANOEHMN TOBO OUINTANA CODY EIENCE NELLI I ll BABKEN CABNOLL COONEY OENINC I AB 0 HANNON MICKLANB BE AAEON OOANONAN OIC KNELL O.OLOIE BUCK LYTLC BE AAEON •TONNE TNOUT OUBOI AO NINE BNUNOACE BUNCH CHENEY OILANEY EUANO 'LIMING HANT MUCK NtCLELLAN NiOONALO NUNBAUEN WANNSN AO ANft ALLNEB OITTINC CLIETT EN V KNOTTS LOWNV NONCAN NI6MTIN0ALE NANIAUN WALKEN YOUNO - 332 -v ii i r ii i Founded »t Princeton University in 1821 Theta Delta ('.hupter Installed in 1935 CoMms Scarlet t nut Blue Fraternity has no Flower FRATRKS IN KACULTATK Dias James N. Andkrson C. I low km. Jams Claupk I.. Mihihmm: Jamcs K. Cm ck. Jn. Anthony M. Mvcki:mtns It. O. Smith FKATHKS IN I RBK |». Jkan Aiiraxo Fiuxk N. Amhunon FRATRKS IN I NIVKRS1TATK W. II. ANDKRSON Homni Baukkk Walter Carroll i t)illI.HI It WITH Komi: Ito.viiOM vn Gua m an IIick null Bill DkHlois Jimmie Hi ck Frank Adkins Jack Biiundaok Bill Hi ecu John Chknby Clast of 1936 Aloi s Cody CilKAIJi CooNKY Frank Dkmiko Woody Kxxaiio Class j 1937 Kihiii; Dniois Jack I.ytijs I’m. IIeLUWELL Wmr.iir Pkarson Class »f 1938 lt4»K Dkuxky Dick Kxxaiio Tom Fi.KMINC •111X1.0 II MIT Marion IIick Jim Harmon Ai. Hu.khno Tii.i.man I'kmison Am«mit PimicI Jose Quintan Johnny Stohmls I'm iimiick l’i too Jack Trout Wiu.xiio McCm i.lan Ftiii iilihh: McDonami Madixox Ml!All VI'MX John Waiuii'.n Moiihin Adams Tolly Ai.mu.o Ni ii. Brrrixa Hill (!um Class of 19.19 Koxvin Fry Tom Knotts Hoh Ijoxvry Gkoiiok Mnki.vs ItllAll.T.NMlIlO Nil.II IINCXI.I iKVY HaMSAUR Tom Wai.ki Hill Youno 333COLLI I N ORirriM AMID BAILCV nONMV Ot« A» QOIRA QUIRA TOAKC WACNOOR (■• VOUMO ARTHUR OORNANV POT TOLISON NORRIUN CALOttflL ■UTICA COTTRILL NCLION ROC VAN OCR TOSKC WHIM HI AO HOOD WOOD IHCHVOA MANOR RNIftM VAN OANC VAN OANC • 334 -I» I II ti M E L T A S I Foumlt-il mI tlu I’nivcnily of Miami. Miami, Florida, 1920 Installed at Ihr University of Florida in 103-1 A Fiiiwm Ited Carnation On-oits Maroon and Whitr KRATKISS IN I MVKKSITATK V. Bmi.i.v W. K. IlHANNAN Clou of 1936 C. II. (jni.MKa, Ja. W. M. O’Bbvan V. I). CiRimN, Jm. F. It. Wooo II. J. Moiuiisok Clans of 19.17 K. I.. IIokxky It. K. ClLllWIXL ti. W. Corran.i. J. It. DotlMAN Y I I NI I.M IN F. II. Fob ( N Qt isn C. It. I tor. A. StnKiA I. . A. Tonkk W. II.Toski: II. C. Van Damk l . N. Wfjw F. Anmuv F. F. Abtiii it l». W. RcTi.ni l». I.. Fmirson Class of 19.18 It. F. 11. MONDAY. Kmimi s II. H.OviNA It. It. Van Damn J. G. Wax linos It. II. Wiutkiikao J. II. Wood F. N. Yot no It. J. Goer Class of 1939 J. W. S nukhs. Jn. I.. Toixixox 3 3 6•i i i o ii i t i: ii i ii t i: ii i t v ;o f i: 111: r f OI'FICKHS J. 1.. lvl»A ARI»S .... President It. C. Miller Vice-President 1 . It. Chow Secretary T. It. SlMPSON Treasurer II. C.. Cask Seryeant-al-. rins MEM IIKItS Kaita Alpha J. 1.. liowAiim I iii Kaita Tau ItoilKRT Mii.i.kii Alpha Tau Imiiia Francis Chow I'i Kaita I’iii Thomas Simpson Tiikta Cm IIamoko Cam: (IIIi I'm ItoHKnr Uwnv Siam a Nt Ckoim.k Isilaki. SlOMA A 1.1 11 lil'MMtN CiKOIIliK YoUNU Dki.ta Cm . Ai.hkiit Do ikh Tai Kpsiijon I'm ItoilIKT I.KYIN I'm Dki.ta Tiikta Cii aiilkn M ann I.amhika Cm Alpha . It AY.MONO WlTIIKIWI-OON Alpha Gamma Hiio ItoHKur Hitchcock I’m Beta Dki.ta JONKPII DWONKIN Kappa Sioma SlMMKIlS W.AHDKN Dki.ta Tau Dki.ta Kiiavarh Mitciiku. 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