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UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA LIBRARY Soicinole StaffDEDICATION Wc wish to dedicate this, the thirty-first volume of the Seminole, not to ony one individual, but to oil those whose efforts hove contributed and ore contributing to the PROGRESS of the University of Florido—those who hove hod a part in elevating our University to its present outstanding place in the higher education of the youth of our stotc.FOREWORD It has been our purpose to depict in the 1940 Seminole the background of the University of Florida—the cities and villages throughout the stotc from whence come the young monhood which is our student body; to focus attention on the forward progress of the stotc ond of the University; ond ot the some time to recreate the incidents of this school year which enrich this volume ond lend it greater permanency of value. 7 CONTENTS UNIVERSITY CLASSES FEATURES ATHLETICS ACTIVITIES VARIETIES 1 i ''825I" FACULTY AND ADMINISTRATION•p i HONORABLE FRED P. CONE GOVERNOR CONE Governor Cone, himself on olumnus of the University of Florido, hos been o lo ol supporter of Gotor octivities for ytors His efforts hove ever been conscientiously end unselfishly bent upon the best interests of the Stote of Florido His shrewd policies hove done much to set the stogc for o greoter period m the development of our stote ond the progress of the University of Flondo m the future STATE BOARD OF CONTROL The Stote Boord of Control is o boord composed of S x of Florido's I coding citizens who serve on the Boord without compensation The Boord octs os on intermediary between the Stote Legislature ond the University, odvismg the Legislature os to the University's needs, ond supervising the expenditure of appropriations, the appointment of foculty, ond other policies ond octivities of the University The present Boord hos been extremely- helpful m cooperating with the University Administration m its attempt to keep the University progressing and prevent its retrogressing -18-THE PRESIDENT It hos been through the sincere efforts ond toil of our President. Dr Jo , J Tigert. »hot the University of Flondo hos risen to its present stotus os on cducot onol institution of the first ronk Always democrotic m spirit. Dr Tigert hos been on exemplory !eodcr and o guiding spirit in maintaining Florida's cherished ideols ond troditions ond in actively fostering every effort of the odmimstroticn ond of the student body toward progress. His keen insight and brood foresight ore even now laying the foundation for o greater University of Tomorrow - 19-UNIVERSITY D€AN R C BEATY Dcon R C Booty's qu et, copoble guidance os Decn of Students has resulted »n o progressively better student body, year by yecr The Dcon with his quiet sense of humor ond ready willingness to serve the University of Florida students at all times and help them in making student octivitics coincide with student needs ond desires hos become o stcodfost friend of the Florida man Dean Beaty has been largely responsible for securing increased opportunities for students working their way through the University, m oddition to bettering campus working conditions Dcon Beaty come to the Florida campus in 1925 as secretary of the Y M C A, and stayed to become the Assistant Dean of Students and then Dean of Students after the deoth of Dean Tolbert. Joseph Edwm Price a Flondo mon working with Florida men This is os Deon Price would rather be considered thon os o Dean of Florido students A former Florido man who, aside from all his undergroduate achievements ond his equal success os our Assistant Dean of Students, is a mon of sterling character ond personality. He becomes the immediate personal friend of ony who hose the good for tine to come into contoct with him, os mony a Florida man has discovered His steady earnestness, his keen understanding of humon nature, ond his obundont energy have aided h-m in rendering much invaluable service to Flondo students. Dean Price come to the University of Florida m 1926 os o Freshman, graduated in 1930, and hos remained ever since os a professor of English and then os Assistant D?on of Students. DEAN J ED PRICE -20-H. W Chondler, Registrar of the University, fills the newfy erected office of Oran of the University. Deon Chandler m his copocity of Registrar supervises registration procedure and keeps complete records of the doings of some thirty-five hundred students As Deon of the University he octs os on assistant to President Tigert in the general administration of the University offairs Deon Chondler come to the University ot Florida first OS on instructor of mofhcmotiCS m 1923. He is a member of the Phi Koppo Tou fraternity and has been very octne in the affoirsof the national organization OFFICIALS Klein Grahom, as Business Monoger of the University, from behind the gloss wolls of his office, guides the disbursement of the University finances and carries on oil the mercenary transactions that necessarily must be a part of ony institution of higher learning Some $2,500,000 pass through Mr Grohom's office every year Through his years os Business Manager Klein Graham ho$ proved o thoroughly copoble guardian of our none-to-plentiful fmonciol resources He come to this ccmpus m 1906 Since then he hos held numerous positions of fmonciol responsibility on the campus He ploys an octrvc port m the University athletic program os o member of the committee on athletics ond as treasurer of the Athletic Association His social fraternity is Beto Thcto Pi DEAN H W CHANDLER KLEIN H GRAHAMOR G C TILLMAN, UNIVERSITY PHYSICIAN ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICIALS Walter B Hill, the new Uorversi ty L ibr or ion, is doubt -lessly a stronger to the mo • jonty of students smee his octrvities ore corned on lorgely "behind the scenes" However, he s probobly better known to undergraduates than his librory One gothers on slight ossociotion with Mr. Hill thot he «s quite o character WALTER B HILL, UNIVERSITY LIBRARIAN Genial Fronk Wright os publicity director ond olumni secretory creates o yeomrng among the graduated fortunotes of our old olmo mo ter to keep m closer contoct with us Through his voluoblc publicity he keeps us from being entirely forgotten when the fresh pork is token out of the borrel in the white domed building The efficient operation of the Florida Union is concrete evidence cl Billy Matthews' business obility, ond his ability os the University's cordiol host is unsurpossed. When Billy octs os o master of ceremonies our enjoyment of his jokes is exceeded only by h«s own Jock Butler, o former president of the Gotor student body, now fills the newly crcoted office of Director of Residence whose tosk is thot of supervising oil the dormitories ond rooming focilities on the compus With the building of two new dormitories ond the consequent increase of the University's rooming accommodations, this position hos become one of no little importance Dr. G C Tillmon, the University Physic ion is entrusted with the guardianship of the health ond sanitation of the University ond its thirty-five hundred students; along which I me morked progress hos been mode in recent years with our beautiful ond efficient infirmary os an inspiration JOHN D BUTLER, DIRECTOR OF RESIDENCE FRANK S WRIGHT. DIRECTOR OF PUBLICITY D R "BILLY" MATTHEWS, DIRECTOR OF FLORIDA UNION — 22 —COLLEGE OF LAW The University of Flondo's College of Lew, distinctive in its dignified ond time-honored troditions, its lofty standards of achievement, ond its eminent group of prominent ond successful graduates, retains its position os one of the South's leaders in the legal field Aside from the key note of tradition our Law College is also progressive, having odopted many of the newer methods ond mnowotions in curriculum ond instruction The foculty maintains constant touch with the Amoncon ond State Bor Associations, other leading Lew Colleges throughout the country, ond with prominent legal orgcnizotions of the South and elsewhere DEAN H R TRUSSLER LAW FACULTY — 23 —DEAN WINSTON C LITTLE THE GENERAL COLLEGE Aimed ot providing Freshmen and Sophomores with a general education of the world obout them before the begin specialized framing. Florida's General College is a novel educational experiment. To corry out the principle of letting the students know something about everything before they Start leornmg everything obout something, six comprehensive courses cover every imaginable item in their porticulor fields Each comprehensive is designated by the letter "C", followed by an identification number C-l covers the sociol world or man's relationships with other men. C-2 deals with the physical world or mon's struggle with his environment. C-3 is o tool subject, taking m the techniques of reading, spooking and writing, C-4 is another tool subject divided into two one-semester ports, the first scrutinizing man and hts thinking ond the second a course in gcncrol mathematics, C-5 embroces the humonities and attempts to give students on appreciation of art, C-6 covers man end the biologicol world to teoch students obout their ond other creature's inner workings Only the final examinations count in these comprehensive courses, ond grodes ore given accordingly Examinations arc groded olcctncolly, with results being figured on o curve, thus pitting the students against one onother on a competitive basis MAN AND THE PHYSICAL WORLD THE HUMANITIES -24-MAN AND HIS THINKING READING SPEAKING- WRITING GENERAL MATHEMATICS MAN AND THE SOCIAL WORLD •’“MAN AND THE BIOLOGICAL WORLD -25-ARTS AND D£AN TOWNES R LEIGH CHEMISTRY PSYCHOLOGY Recovering its popularity, the College of Arts and Sciences has this year the largest enrollment of all Upper Division colleges and professional schools. Although offering professional courses, the curricula is arranged to give the student a well-rounded education outside the field of specialization. Consisting of the college proper and a School of Pharmacy, the ASSISTANT DEAN W. H WILSON LANGUAGES AND LITERATURESCIENCES MATHEMATICS JOURNALISM Arts and Sciences College offers the Bachelor of Arts in Journalism and the Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy in addition to the regular Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Arts degrees. Dean Townes R Leigh heads the College, having served os acting Vice-President of the University, and Ass'stant Dean W H Wilson is the man who listens to the students' troubles PHYSICS BIOLOGY AND GEOLOGYARTS AND SCIENCES HISTORY AND POLITICAL SCIENCE Evidencing its progressive spirit, the College recently ploced oil of its modern languages under one deportment head—odistinct educational advantage both to professors and to students in this field of study Three of the four University departments offering the Ph D degree are under the authority of this CollegeCOLLEGE OF EDUCATION EDUCATION FACULTY The profession of teoching in Florida receives yearly additions from the graduates of the College of Education at the University of Florida This institution gives the privilege of laboratory experience in teaching to all those who receive its degrees and offers a wide variety of courses dealing with educational techniques and philosophy Our Education College hos the distinction of being the most popular Summer Session College on this campus, as teachers from all over the State come here for additional training The responsibility of building Florida's youngsters into useful, happy citizens belongs largely to graduates of the University's College of Education. DEAN ). W NORMAN -29-M D COGBURN E P POWERS D M BEIGHTS DEAN WALTER J. MATHERLY BUSINESS Becouse the popularity and prestige of professional courses for specialized business and commercial training are becoming increasingly greater each year, Florida's Business Administration College is enjoying a rapid development. Headed by Dean Wolter J Motherly, one of the South's most competent authorities on business and commercial problems, and staffed by highly competent professors and teachers in the poly-phased intricacies of business, our ROLL IN ATWOOD T G BIGHAM HUBER HURST J E CHACEA S CAMPBELL F W. TUTTLE J B McFERRIN S dcR DEITTRICH ADMINISTRATION Business Administration School enrollment and list of prominent graduates has become strikingly large in the lost few years. Now included in the ever-widening variety of business subjects offered by this College is a cooperative course in Public Administration with the College of Arts and Sciences Many innovations in organization and curriculum, of the type adopted by leading colleges and universities throughout our country, are now in operation in the Business Administration School. ROLAND B EUTSLER JOHN G ELDRIDGE M D ANDERSON H. B. DOLBEARE J WESLEY FLY 0. F. HESKINPROVOST WILMON NEWELL fuxJomentols of successful forming, the requisites of o new Agriculture lighted by science, ond lessons of cooperotion and thrift. This leadership training develops their ability to demand on equal shore with industry in our country's generol prosperity. Many groduates of the College of Agriculture go into the agricultural education service, extension service, ond into the experiment stations, where they render incomparable ossistonco not only to the former, but to the College of Agriculture in furthering its inspiring task COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE [Xje largely to the College of Agriculture's efforts, high ideols ond stondards hove been infused info the spirit of doily form fosks in Florido. Teochers of vocational ognculture ond county ogents, troined in this College, hove instilled learning of high order, odher-ence to scientific proctices. ond demonstrated leadership into the agriculturalist's basic code of ethics, through close contoct with the former. Mony Future Formers of America continue their high-school vocational training in the College of Agriculture ond learn further the DEAN H. H. HUME DEPARTMENT OF AGRONOMY DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICSAGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING. CHEMISTRY AND EDUCATION DEPARTMENT Of HORTICULTURE DEPARTMENT OF ENTOMOLOGYD€AN JOSEPH VVEIL COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING Struggling ever upword since its inougurotion in 1910, the College of Engi. neermg todoy hos some 350 Student engineers in its ranks and over 99j of its alumni holding positions of responsibility in the industrial world The College itself is divided into five departmerits Mechonical, Chemical, Electrical, Industrial, ond Civil—all coordinated by the Benton Engineering Council, a governing body composed of student representatives from each field of instruction Completion of the most completely equipped hydraulic laboratory «n the South has set into motion extensive plons which will ultimately give the University of Florida the finest Engineering plant and school m this section of the country. ENGINEERING FACULTY -34-GRADUATE SCHOOL Differing from the other colleges ond schools of the University of Florida, the Groduote School embodies the final odvonced goals of formal education, representing long hours of independent study, research, ond o preponderance of creative work Those aspiring to doctor's degrees in oil colleges and in the various fields of endeavor arc numbered among the men ond women enrolled in this school Their motives are well defined, their aims and purposes fixed, ond little of the uncertainty prevalent in under-groduote curricular octrvity is discovered here. Though not os rich in trodition ond somewhat more limited in scope than other colleges on this campus, the School «S improving yearly in mony respects and embodies not only the Spirit of, but olso the excellent opportunity for extra-specialized advancement m the more important phases of culture. DEAN T M SIMPSON DEAN B C RILEY GENERAL EXTENSION DIVISION The University of Florida's General Extension Division hos proven one of the most valuable means of rendering accessible useful bronches of knowledge to Florida people who would otherwise be unable to continue their college work for undergroduate and oehanced degrees. This much-needed deportment is fully and efficiently equipped to offer college and graduate courses to persons throughout the Stote ond South ond hos increased the University's octuol enrollment to o much higher figure than appears m the usual statistics — 35 —FORESTRY In 1935 the Deportment of Forestry come into existence This smoll yet determined cxgomzotion soon begon to grew At the opening of its third yeor the Deportment wos recognized os o School of Forestry ond hos smcc increased m size ond scope with surprising rapidity. At their lost rcgulor session the Florida State Legislature, by legislative cnoctmcnt. raised the School of Forestry to the full standing of a college The Austm Cary Memorial Forest ond the Urwersity Conservation Reserve ot H S NEWINS DIRECTOR ARCHITECTURE AND ALLIED ARTS ARCHITECTURE AND ALLIED ARTS This division of the University offers thorough professoral trommg m architecture. building construction, landscape architecture, pointing ond commercial ort Widely recognized os occupying o leading position m oichitectuiol education in the United Stotes the school employs the proi-cct method of teaching, which provides individual instruction for eoch student and permits the coordination of theory ond procticc to a degree seldom found outside the octuol professional circles The Director of the School, os Architect to the Board of Control, originates the plons for the buildings ot the Stote's various institutions of higher learning. — 36 — RUDOLPH WEAVER. DIRECTORCOLLEGE FORESTRY FACULTY Weloko offord excellent foolities for procticol field instruction The far-sighted foculty is using these forests experimentally to gam through research voluoble focts necessary to the future exports ! ond success of forest industries in our State Lost yeor the Forestry College, cooperating with turpentine interests in Florida, produced o very commendoWe exhibit in the Florida Building ot the New York World's Fair PHARMACY STAFF SCHOOL OF PHARMACY Founded largely through the efforts of our State Phormoceuticol Association, the University of Flondo's School of Pharmacy hosexponded vnce I9l9fromotmydeportment in the basement of Science Hall to such size that today it occupies nearly holf of the Chemistry-Phormocy Building Both men ond women are odmitted to Pharmacy to pursue work toword Bocheky of Science, Master of Science, or Doctor of Philosophy degrees, women students com-prisma nearly twenty percent of the School's totol enrollment. A demand withm the Stole for groduates wh h exceeds the present supply promises bright futures for those pursuing Phormocy as their life's work. B V CHRISTENSEN. DIRECTOR — 37 —MILITARY DEPARTMENT The Reserve Officers' Troirung Corps unit of the University of Florida, only twenty years old, hos merited an Excellent rating by the United States War Department, the highest thot con be obtained. This unit is composed of one Infantry regiment ond two Field Artillery regiments, with two years of compulsory militory training ond two additiono! years of Advanced work if the student chooses to specialize in the study o Militory Toctics The unit is commanded by Codet Commanders Seniors in the Advanced Course. Taking military ore more than one-half of the student body, with I;457 Basic students ond 315 Advanced students COLONEL $ R HOPKINS, PMST REGULAR ARMY OFFICERS -38-PENSACOLAMB CX Vap. D E»wl h. R Moroc . R R 14 P F. Neowv 0 C ♦. M A Smcn. S L. We ngr . E B W.lhm. R W PHI BETA KAPPA OFFICERS OR JOHN j TIGERT...................................... Pr««fcot OR J M I.EAKE......................................V e Prcvdent OR M J OAUER........................................$«»etory OR H L KNOWLES.....................................Treoiwrer DR W H WILSON.................................... H 1oroi Phi Beta Koppa, oldest of the Greek letter societies. wos founded ot the College of Williom ond Mary in 1776 jolificotions for membership include liberol culture, high schoforship, ond good chorocter Only those students ore eligible to election os members whose work hos been designed principally for o knowledge, understanding, or oppreciotion of the noturol ond soool world m which we live, os contrasted with troming intended pnncipolly to develop skill or vocational techm jes The lorge proportion of members that ottom notional ond international recognition »s evidence of the effectiveness of these stondords The University of Florida was honored with a chapter m 1938 — 41 -Dull F-eil ictmon Pcify A l«o Andffvan Connell Co««5n Gcr Hoc JopJng K :tr Petersen Pf . 0 D Stouten Wotke V AmeJd Broke Cortl.«ng C pm Mon’ I ton Hort lee Luk Pr.ce, M Rcrhermd Xf Vh.l + od BrcMn BurtMder (Xnlop Eornest Hoakmt Hcdrxk McGtoSVJn Vcnotton Schoub Siren W.llioim W.thrn Yeung £f -n Jo « Ntorpou Snivlh PHI KAPPA PHI OFFICERS W S PERRY .............. M P CO TANS............. B J OTTE ............... A J SMEAIY ............. MISS GWENDOLYN LLOYD . . . . .............Presden' .... V «-Prt-vdent .............Secretor .............Trcosorer . Joutro! Correspondent The pnmafy object of Phi Koppa Phi is “to emphasize scholarship orsd charocter in the thoughts of college students" Founded ot the University of Marne in 1897. it has become national in scope with chapters today in forty-nine universities ond colleges To encourage scholarly attainment in its broodest sense, the prize of membership m the Society is extended to students of high attainment m oil bronches of study, whether m arts or literature, in religion or science, in agriculture or engineering, in any fiefd of human endeavor, since in the thought of this Society, oil ore of equal importance m so far os they embody o search for ultimate TRUTH. -42-Marshall McDonald....................................President Raymond Ehrl h.................................Vice-President Patrick G Emmonuel........................Secretory-Treasurer JUNIOR LAW CLASS OFFICERS Mitchell Mogid.....................President Jomes Y. Wilson................V e President Charles R P Brown ... Secretary-Treasurer — 44-SENIOR LAW George Frank I in Glldond LLB nit Doyfeno Beoch Prevdent, Ph. Delta Ph., CefeneH, 0m ro» Delta Kappa John David Horns, Jr BSBA.LLB I N Sr Petersburg L'Apoche. '37. '38, '39. GbcneH, Ph. Oelto Phi, Adranced M lory, Sabres, John Marshall Society. Olovi M Hnndnckson AB M omi Richard M Jomes LLB Grand Ropds, Muhflan ft»i Alpha DHlo Horry Poe Johnson LLB ■ on South Baa Grande Fronk Parker Me Crow AB.LLB flit Gonewlie H E Moredock BSBA.LIB K A Mom. T n '38. Alpha Kappo Ps«, Adonced ML lory. L'Apoche, CcArxrh. Satyrs Stephen C O'Connell BSBA.LLB AT O West Polm Box li Executive Council. '37, '33, President, Student Body, ’38, '39, Presdent, SocKxnore Class. '35, '36 Bcwmg. '35, 36. '37 '38. Capra . Bcnmg, ‘38, Alligator. '34, '35, Bhie Key, President, '40, L'Apoche, CcAcncH, Ph. Della Ptv, Freshman Bcnng Gooch. '39. '40, Hah ot Fame. ‘38, Sabres, Advanced Military, ViVt W oi ‘38, ‘39, '40, Intertrotemitv Conference, '36 ’37; "F" Chib. Presdent, Yang Democrats, '37 '38. Boo'd ©t Manners. Flo lln-on. '38. '39. Harold E Good«ng LLB West Po'm Beach Pool M Henderson BS.LLB nit Lakeionj Cckneis Jomes Branch Hodges LLB i x Loire City Ph. A'pho Delta Eorle B Johnson LLB ♦ K t DeLod ft Alpha Delto Wolloce M Joplmg, Jr. LLB K A Loke City Phi Delta Ph . Cdoncfs. Ph. rCoppo ft . Pt Era $-gmo. L'Apache. Blue Key, Clerk Honor Court. '37, '38. V e-Presdent. Senior Law '39. Semrxie. '36 Woreing Thomas Miller LLB X A I West Polm Beoch Blue Key. Phi Del to ptv. President, YounQ Democrats, Cotone s, Pirotes. "F“ Club. Foot-boll Numeral. '34, Foceboll Teom. '35. '36. Adranred Mil.ton. Scobbord and B ode. President. freshmon Low Ckns Somuel Oliver O'Bryon, Jr. LLB Mom. E«ecut«se Comc l. '39. '40, V e-Pres dent. Freshman Low, '37, ‘38. Secy Treos Junior Low. '38. 39. Te ws. '35. 'X. '37. '38. Ph. Afho Delia, ”F“ Chib Maynard Ramsey AB.LLB X AC Tompo Cofcnets, PK Delta Ph., "F" Chib. Presdent. L'Apoche. '37. '38, Presdent. John ManhcJI Soc e»y, Yeung Democrats. Copton Golf Teom. '36. '39. Golf Team, 36. '37, 39, Interfro tem. ty Conference. Sabres, Presdent, Sgma AJpho Eps ton. Blue Key 46SENIOR Jomes D Roye LIB. JocLvcnville Dick Tench LL8. C eonwfer Chonc«Uor, Mon Court. '38, '39 Jomes Edword Wollocc L LB. n k a WrJmrvjion. North Corol no Kenneth A White AS. LLB X N Peniocoio Coicndi. Pirotet, Covo!«en. Frc-Jvnon Boang, 3h. Rolph Broithwoite Wilson LLB. Polotko Ph« Ddto Phi. LAW Williom A Spence LLB. OKA Mctrcpehv. I linen Ph» Ddto Phi, Cornel; JeometteE TeSelle LLB John L Warren BSBA,LLB 1« Goneiviltc William $ Wightmon LLB. nut Jacksonville Phi AtjNs Orlto, Sctyi-i, Ccmmrrce CM . FVo-PfiVf Club. P« Ot«, Bc»og Narn o'. Buvnttt MortOQt . Semiwlf. '3$. Buvncss MonOQe , Suwmtf Go rot. '3? '38, Buwsi Monoger, A iQoter. '37, '38, CroJoion Monoget. Alii golcr, '36, '37. Georoe Cressler Young LLB XAC 0o»ior»3 Beach Prei dcnf, Bt»je Key, PH Beto Kacpo, Phi Koroo PH, Ph. Drito PH, Dtbote CL6. Col cneh, Wule Fron, Floras Pto en, Inicrfro tern.ty Conserve. Ho 1 o Pome, '39, Prev den I, S-g'TW A'pfo Epvlcn, ‘39. -47-JUNIOR LAW ft. ft ft Gerson Bloli i ♦ Won Charles R P. Brown O ondo Robert Singleton Chopman «KT Roiford Roy Christopher x I Mc»ni Doro Russell W Cummings S Augustine Julius Block Dodd, Jr. X A C $1 AugiAlinc Horocc R Drew, Jr I A ( JocV vxmll« Alonzo L Driggers, Jr Lokc Baiter Jomes M Fernandez A X Tampa Homilton Show Foster Miami Francis C Gates Monotee William M Goza n k a Ck«x airr Albert W Grocsslc • AO JocUcnwIle Donn N Gregory 01 Tompe . Joseph Keith Gngsby 6X0 Or land} William Caleb Grimes Potmeiio Chcuncey K Hyatt 0 X Tonrpo William A Johnson Lake Wcrth William L Kimball. Jr Brodcnion Henry E B Kurtz • 60 WOW.: Emanuel LevCnson ♦ 06 Da, Iona Beoch John M McCarty x e Fori ce Bishop McCauley JoefcMnvtNc Mitchell S Mog«d Mom Ross E Mowry o x Gotnewnlle Stonley B Richord M om. Booch Dwight I Rigers, Jr • 60 Fl. louderdolc Ed Rood Brodmlcn Lo s Ellen Thockcr no Krvumme Tom B Wolker i ♦ Winter ltev«n Roe Huey Wilkins Leesburg Julian L Willioms 6 x • Coilahon James V. Wilson n k • Lake C ty — 43FRESHMAN LAW Ernest G Atkin X A Go ncy»’H« Morsholl McDonald a » a West Po;m Beoch Luc ms Bottle Benjomin Chorlcs McGohey ATO Brodentcn Mem Nathan Bedell ♦ AO Jackwnvt.' E Jock Nelson Lantono Chorles Thomos Boyd, Jr. OKA JocVvcnville Jock Poce X ♦ Miami S Shelton Bridges BVxnfMCMn Allen L Poocher 1 X Woucholo Cephos N Christion, Jr. ATA Goneiville Groy C Romsour x ♦ Jo:kvonv'e Raymond Ehrlich ♦ ■ A Crevent City Bernard D Rowls ATA Won Potrick G Emmonuel PemoroJo Even Regos Jockjorn ! Jockson Douglos Eubanks, Jr. ■ on Si Petersburg Henry Elmo Robinson a t a West Potm Bco:h Lewis Williom Grohom OKA GotfWSvt’lf Fletcher G Rush. Jr A T 0 OVxido Jock 0 Johnson Trenton Williom P Tomosello OKA BortOA Jomes Benjomin Kerr Ft LouderdVo Walter Person Tucker Brodentcn Robert Cloy Kimc Are Oriando Wilfred C Vorn nx Bonnet 1 Chorles Richard Leavengood A VO St Petersburg J. B Watkins X X Gomcvnll Williom Manning Lemon Jock»on ’l!o Philip Keyes Yonge ■ A Pemocoto Henry H Lorish x ♦ Hot $ x ngy Arkony« Frank R Zimmer West PoVn Brah — 49 —Flonogon gags. Boggs cooperates . it doesn't phose Script Writer Watson Announcers' studio Gibbs gives the turntob'es o whirl while News coster Russell catches o breath Station Director Gorland Powell. at the helm smee '29 WRUF now one of four top college stations "WRUF, the 5000 Watt Rod»o Voice of the University of Florida ' "A modern mirocle in rodio P 1 Thot's what the big men ore saying obout the way Major Powell ; ond his boys hove kept up the operation of WRUF since oppropno- p t»ons were cut by gubcrnotorsol veto last summer [j But it's still quite a struggle for the skeletonized staff ond they're I locking to the day when they'll recover full support ond extend their ;• vo!uable services if Even m financial straits WRUF hos kept progressing. Witness I the newfy established and fast growing School of Rod o established I this year. fc One of the highest ranking collegiate stotions. WRUF comes its '} financial burden and continues achieving more thon capocity occcm- ; plishment m serving State, school and students j Look busy, don't they? Sh-h-h ... the Florida Rodio Gmld does another Sundoy ofternoorl broodcost . . Director Eggers wonders who skipped a line I SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS Virgil Best Conkling John M Athey . . Alan Brackett . . . President . Vice-President Secretory-TreasurerSENIOR ACADEMIC Milton Abroms BS Arch ♦ •A Go-nesv'e Fine Arts Society Vernon G Adomek 8ME Pinclkn Park Ph 6 lo So . Amer on Sooety o Meehan •col Engineers. Benton Engnetfing Society Louis G Alexander BEE Mom Los P«COras, Amencon Institute 0 E ectr ol Eng neers. Mask ond BkxJe. P.stol Teom, i2, ■33. ‘34. R 4le Teom. 31. 'i2. '33. CwCan-try, '33, Fiord) Engnccf.ng Society. John S Anderson BSB A son St. Pctenburg Gee Club Oscor E. Anderson BS Englewood Alpha Zero, Agricultural Club, Leigh G m ol Society, Th,nm, Ad.-orxed Mhtoty Pendleton R Armstrong BSB A St Augustne Beta A fbo Pm, All-gate . "36, ‘37. John Murrell Athey BS8A St Augjstrc Belo AJpho Py. Press CW ‘38, ’39, V e-President, Sene Class, '39, '- 0. Prcpdlor CK6. Wolter H Atkinson 8 A E Unroll Jo Pcabod, Club. IndAtnal Am Chib, Cosol s. Freshmen Group leoder, YMCA, Intemo-tcnol Rotations Club. St Elmo William Acosto, Jr BSB A Jacksonville Copton ng Teom, '40. T" Club, Pro-peilor Club, Neutron Club, Executive Council, ‘38. '39. Prevdenf, Jacksonville Ch Jocob Henry Adler MA ♦ • A Doyfcno Beach Ptu Eto Soma Pin Kappa Ph . Freshman Group Leoder, '3 , '58; Inrerrotonol Relations Club, English Club Wolloce H Allen BSB A Pnctto Beto Gorrrnj Sgm), Beto Alpha Ps- M Lafayette Andersen 6SA A X A Odessa Newetl Entcmo»og ot Society, Agr ulturol Club Richord James Anderson AB St Petersburg DxPotc Course l, Varsity Debot-ng. Ph. Eto Sigma, Executive Council, ‘39, ‘40, Vice-President, Junior Closs, "38, ‘39. Poul Benjamin Ash BSB A x ♦ F t Lauderdale Whte FfKjrs, A' o Koppo Psi.Beto Alpha Psi Robert M Atkms BS Phy Wonv Mortar ond Pestle, Pres dent, Newmon Club, Young Democrats, Student Branch, Florida Pfcormoceultcol Assocoten, Coralers, Gator Pep Club, Advanced M«Mary, Exccutne Council, '37, '38, Fter-ds Review, '36, ’37, Buvress Morsogrr, Fiords Rr.cn, '38, '39. Mourtce Hunter Austin BSB A K x Mas Alpha Koppo Psi, Prcpcllor CM), Freshmen Bcmmg Numeral, L'Apochc, Intrcmurol Boord. '38, '39, "F Guo, Juncr tnterfrotemity Con-tcrencc. Student Director, Intramural Deportment, '39, '40, Intromyot D.recfcr, '39 Sum-met Sesucn, Jun-or Ooss Executrve Council, '38. '39, Bo»ng Teom, '39, '40 -53-SENIOR ACADEMIC David A Avont BA Mr PfeoMftf Blue Kty, Prevdmt, Flor Plo n '39, '40, Urw rvty of Florida Bond, '37, '38. '39, '40. l vvr vty of Fiondfl Syrpjicny Orcheitro. Bapt-it Student Uncn Cax)cJ, '38, '39, '40. Lyceum Council, '39, '40 Robert Cecil Bailey B$A ATP Aljiio Zero, Btxk ond Bridfe Chjb, Agr ul. tirol CKj6. Heny Court, f W do Riflei, SEC Chompomhip Rif!« Teom, '33, Collegiate F F A, Rift Team, 38, '39 Charles Glford Barkley ATS St PetcrVxrg S«nn t. '39. ‘40 Burnett Bartlett BSA n k a Orlando L'Apoche, "F" Club, Florida Un n Stoff. Ten n» Team, 37-’38. '38'39. ‘39-'40 John H Bcoch A8 St Pefenborg FixKto kevr . '38, '39. '40, Peobod, Clti. Willard A Beauchamp BAj V .r»ter Ho e« S-grr-a Delta Civ, Fourth Eitote Chi). Co SpHtt Ed-lor. A1: i 3ter Nathon Bedell AB ♦ AO Jockycnvitlc P.'Ottt, Ccfcnch James Pepper Bennett AB n k a Ckofooter Frederick E Bailey BAE E«t Po lotto Advanced Mi r-tory. Albert David Boil lie, Jr. BS Ag New Port K h y Ayiculrurol Club, Brock ond BtkJJc Cu » Charles E Bartholomew BAJ. Miami Summer Alligator, '39. Henry Thomas Baynord 8SBA a t a St Peterjfcvg Alligoior, '3S. '36, Delta So Pi Max E Bear BA Penyxoio International Rdoiom Club, Chomnan Pcore Council, ’39, Fkondo Revew, '39, '40 Mourice D Bcdwcll, Jr. BSB A ♦ AO Goinasnia Fronk Beniamin BSB A Son lord Mike Moffett Bennett BSBA ♦ A St. Petenburg — 54SENIOR ACADEMIC Sidney Berk BA JocUcnnlle Lewis Richord Bevis 8$ Monorro Wyior ond Peitle, Un rvty ol Florida Bond, B S U Corned Allon Mockmtosh Biggor B Ch £ Torrspo Gonwno Syw Epvlon, Amr on liKItluK o E!«ir ol Engineer}, A C. S .Student Alliliote Hubbord K B»ggs BA Borbcnnllc Mrs A K Block BS A3 Lake City Wilson Pershing Bourgeois BSPhy. C-o-wv.iie RtoCh. Richord E Bozemon BA St Petcnb o Pcabodr Club, Kenneth Paul Brogdcn BSA a r r Winter Haven N«wt4l Enf moloo Ol Sot ty. Tbynui, Pb-Smyrna, Alpha Zeto, Agricultural Ckb Brodley Bevis AB Bovccm Delta S Qmo I '. P fobod» Club Jomes William Bewan BS PW ATP M'Oml Morior ond Pestle. Entcmokgco Society Chester Henry Bigger BSBA Qq | ScoWwd ond Btede. 8eto Alpha Pv Bruce 6 Binghom BEE Pcmo: da Amer on Institute ot Bectnoat Er»jr er Arthur Bootc. Jr BSBA n k • ockjonviile Infe'lroternitv Coherence. 59.' 0, Intronva! Boord, -36. '37. SemrKto. '37. '3S; Prevdtnt. P Kappa Phi. William J Boynton BS F»- ♦ Kt Ho ono fcrcstry Club, ‘38, '39, '+D Alan Forbes Brockett 8SB A A t o Wen Palm Beach CJee Club, '36. ‘ 37. BoccKa, ‘ -6, '37, Propct'c Club, '39. '•»(). Vorvty Debate Spjod. '38. '39. Secretory Treovirer, Sen or Clow. '39. 'O. Vorvty Tennis Tcom, '37, '38, AJ; gator, '3d, •37. Menno Otis Broke BS He- Pert Richey Beto Gommo S 0mo -55-SENIOR ACADEMIC 0 Croswcll Brooch, Jr B Ch E SAC Ocoto A -«jn Institute of Ow ol Engnters Donald L Brooke BSA Seville Al o Zero, Chonceitor. '39, MO. Agf u!tu'oi CW . '37, 38, '39, MO, EmcuIm Conol, '39, MO. Run Youth Conference. 38. '39. MO Ayajfr College Canc-i. '38. '39, Prev "». Ao' ulruroJ Gof-'eee Council, '30, '40 Franklin A Bock BS ATI Sf. Augustine Joseph Wyndhom Bunkley BS Bushnett John Robert Butler BS Plant City Alpha Zcta, Future Forrrers of Amcr o Alvin Byrum b a t West Po’m Beoch S-jma Tow, Amencon Institute of Oxm«jl Er necrv Earnest L Campbell BS Gonesnlle Joel Tillmon Campbell BA St Petersburg FI Eto S gmo, President, A S U, Interns-t nal RetoticnsCtob, Episcopal Student Vestry James Riley Brice BEE z x Goinetville $»gmo Tou, Amer on Imtitufe of Electrical Engineers. Harry B. Brown BA ♦ AO St Augustin B»ue Key. Los P oros, Who's Who, '39. MO, Ptv Eto S gmo. Wfvte Poors, Editor, Semnote, '39, '40; Scobbard and Btode, Dorm-lory Monitor, '39, 'O, Junior Ckm Executive Ccnvn.t-ree. Press Club, '38, '39, Fourth Estate Out, '39, Adxonced M 'itory Winfred Elliott Buckle BAJ ■ on Lckelond Sarro Delta Ch«. Fourth Estote Club, Press Ctob, University of Flor. to Band Publicity Director, '38, '39, A'ligator Stoff, '36. '37, '38. '39, '40, Etoord of Student Publications Owen Mourtce Burnson 8$ Manatee Probe Club Nixon Butt, Jr. AB a r e Orlando Blue Key, President, Ptv Eto Sigmo, President, Press Club, President, Jiwor Class. '38. '39, Who's Who, '39, '40, P» Gorrmo Mu, Bocchus Andrew D Cocoa tore BOE Tempo LVv»crvfy c4 Florid} Bard. American Institute of Ch m ol Engineers, Mask end Bdde Jomei H Campbell BSA Stock and Bride Quncy Club, Aijr ulturol CM Fred Hilton Cantrell BSBA ZAC Gamesvdk Ftordo Ptoyros, Prevdtnt, PrcpeUor Club. Y xr« Democrats, L'Apoche. Bocchus. A'l-ga-•or, ». ‘37, '38, ’39, Commerce Ctob 56-I 52] 8 I■tf 8 —iS E N I O George V Dillord BSA Lokclood Ne o'i Entcmolog ot Sooety John R Dowd. Ill BS Ph AX Moore HMfi InterfroternitvConference. "36, '37, '36. Prev dent, Delto S j no Ph., '58, Advanced Mill. to y, Sobres, Moftor and Pestle, Aii otor, 34, '36. ScmfKJe. '37, President, Interfraterrvty Conference. '38, '39; Juror Imerfrotenvty Conference, '34 Dovisson Frey [Xjnlop AB ZAC JodnormOe P rotes, Scotbo-d and 8»ode. AJpho Koppo Ps Jomcs Glenn Eberhordt, Jr. AB x Ptom C ty Advanced Mil.wry, Flo» 3o Pto»«n Somoel A Eggers, Jr. 8 S St Peteriburg Ph« ElO S«gmo, Gommo Sgrno Epskn, Flc do P-oyon, Gee Oub, Student D-iecrcr. Rodo Guild, Director. Richord Bourne Ellis BCE West Polm Beo:h Michel George Emmonuel BSBA. x i Tor pan Sprngs ficrOo Ptoyea. '} '37, '38, Gee Club, ‘y6, •37, '38. Semoole. 36 '37, '38. Junor Clow Executive CcuK'l, '38, fi «Jo Irnt.tote o( AcCOlfftantt, Jun«r-Sfn«r Prom Comm lice, '38, Mouse Pori i Ccmmiiee, '38 Charles Roswell Erwm BS Winter Ho.cn AJpAo Epscn Oetio John Bruce Dodd BS A h ♦ AO St Petersburg Garble, f ne Am Soccty, Qttt Club Woodrow W Dukes BAE Orlando Freshnon Basketball, '32 Horvte S Duval BS Ag ATS Mom. Alpha Z«W. Thyrsus John Pershing Eggort BSBA PemoccAs DeMcAoy Club, Methodist Student Ogan ro-non Fronk St Petersburg IniernotAjnol Relations Ctub, Engl -Ji Club. Press Club. Martin Lee Ellison BS Phy Ed AID Mom. Beoch P. rales Francis Jock Eppcs AB To’-iobovvec President 0 BoptiSl Student Uncn. Urweruty c4 Florida Bond, '37, '38. Busoess Monogcr, Bond, '38, '39. Symphony Orchestra, '35. 36. '37, '38. '39 Alberto B Evans BS Or lends Monor end Pestle 59-SENIOR ACADEMIC Robert P Evans 8SBA ♦ T DodeGty Boccbus. WKle Fnors, Scabbed ond Btode. Advanced Military Oliver R Fornsh BS Ag Joy Charles Albert Ficzl BME OVanA) A r f an Soc fy of Mechorvcol Eng-neen, Benton Engineering Society, Ph. Eta S gma. Advanced Military. Jock Fletscher BSBA St Petersburg William Sumter Fletcher BS Ag Bortov A kuIIivqI Club. Thyrsus, Newell Cnlomo c»j »i Club Domol B Fogarty BS Ag JocksonvW Newell EnfomcJogicol Society, Advanced Mil. •lory John M Fredrick BS Ag a r f Kjiresfcod Ne«e EntanKfog ol Society. Alfta Z«to, A'fbo Tou Alpha, CtfVgotc futu»c Formers 0» Arw o. Ag» ulluiot Ckb Horry Frederick Frcmmc AB SAC JodtHiMle Co cn H. Alligator, I'Apochr. Gfce Club. Vor. wry Oebaf ng 1x10 Ootor, Medol. Prcpellor Club. Newmon Club Joseph Anthony Folsone BSBA Torroo Advanced Military, Freshman Foorboll '34 BoseboH, '36 Loms William Foville BS Son lord Ptv Sgro Frederic John Fisher BS n k ♦ St Petersburg Newman Club. International Re-'otcrn Club. Prcodlor Club Williom Terrell Fleming BSBA n k a Pensocolo Y M C A, Commerce Club, InteHrotemity Conference, '38, General College Debote So od, '36, '37; L’Apoche, Go ter Pep Club. E e utive Council, '37, 38 Roger W Floyd BA Gainesville Glee Club. '37, ’38, Baptist Student Un«n Theodore Fronklin BS Momesteod Russell L Fnnk, Jr. AB n x a Jocksonnll« Bocchus Bernard Charles Fuchs BA ♦ • A St Petersburg -GO-SENIOR ACADEMIC Edwin P. W Fuller BSBA Gonesvillc AldoGorcio 8 A Tompo Vorvty Be mg. 37. ‘38. 3% U» P or«. “F Club. Probe C U T. A Goskm, Jr. BSBA • • B'lrrvngborr, AJobonro Rexfcxd Wolton Glliom BS8A AT A Fort M rs Phi Eto Sgmo, AJpho Koppo Pv, Befo Gommo S vo. Glee CU John E Gohom B l E Jocksonv.ile S gmo Tou, Soc ? (or Advancement of Mon-ogement, Florida Rifles Arnold Mervin Greenfield AB. ♦ • A Miami Beoeh Ph. Ero Sgmo, Fourth Estote C ub, '36, '37. lntemot«nol Retotion Club, '36. '37 Genecd College Socol Sc-ence CKib. ' 37. Flo, do Pto» rv'36, '37, '38. Freshmon Group Leader, 6, '37. President, Comero C 6, '38. '39. Allgoror, ‘36, ‘37, '38. Juvor Closs Execute Ccmk.1. '38. '39 Br on Irving Gissett ToUohossee Alpha Zeto, Alpho Tou Alp o Henry Aston Guy A 8 Hompton A'pho Phi Omega, Y M C A, Internotioriol Remoter Ck£. Yeung Democrats. Wesley Fomdotcn, Honor Court, Summer '39. Cho r • mon. Sernx Inototiom Committee, $ mrr r, •39 Josef $ Go I linger BA rt Jacksonville H.llef $oc tv Prevdent Student Bod, Teachers College, '32. 33 Gordon W Gordner 8 IE •( Lutz Footboll, '36, "37, '38. 8oxmg, '36, '38. Bentcn Engneemg Soc ety. Sabres. Sooety for Ad vonccment of Management Willtom Woltcr Goy, Jr AB St Petersburg lntemot nol Regions Club. Peabods CW Robert Roy Godmon BME Miami FFF Club, Y M C A. Amer an Sooety of Mechor ol Engneen. Benton Engneerng Cosnol, Student Sesscn Robert I Gonger 8SA re Kisvrrmee Agricultural Club, Bkxk ond 6r«d'e Jomes Bujoc Gregor te, Jr. AB I N Mom Beoeh Scabbord and 8lode. Advanced Military Joseph s Guernsey AB ATO Ortand? Glee Club, Debating. Advanced Military, International Relations CkJb R Ross Hoeger BS A X Ber n, lllncxs Gammo Sgma Epsikn, Alpha Eps cn Dr io -61-SENIOR Jock G-'eat on Hamilton 8S V Rha Ch., Mortor cr«d Pest'e, Ph Eto Sigma. t -jror Cojil. '39, ‘40 Hons Hommcnd A 6 Nr» York. N Y. Ft. Gorrmo Mu. Phi Beto Koppa Frank W Hormon 8S e i Woodel'e Pool P»efce Hart BS Arch x ♦ t OmcryJ 6-coch Gargoyle, Ph o«o Pti. Julton Dolmoin Hottaway BME u I Tampa S mo Tou Robert Heck she r BEE M-omi Jornes F. Heckm 8S8 A Jockscnv-Se AAonced Milifor . Walter Benjomin Henderson. Jr. 8SB A X M Tampa Oft I a Sgrro P», L'Apache. PropetVx Ckh Jno W Hamilton 8A X A C Jacksonville Blue Key. Who's Who, Flor d3 Inter-Collegiate Press Association, Pres, ’39, '40 Los P oros, Fourth Estate Club, Gator Pep Club, '37, '38. Gcnero' College £ «utr»i Committee, ‘37, '38; Editor-n. Chef, All otor. '39l '• 0. E or do Rene , Ed tcr-rvChcf, '38, '3$. Cloude M Homrtck, Jr. BS8A Stbrng Beto A'fho Pv, Alpho Kappa Pv, Unr.cis.ty of Ftondo Bend, '37, '38 Kenneth Flournoy Horrison BSBA A X A Geneva Burrell Curry Hossett, Jr. AB ♦ AO Corot Gob’es hkr»mon Club, Advanced Mil.tory, "F' Club, Footboll, '37, ‘38 Horold M. Howkms 8 Ch£ Lake Worth Americas Institute of Chemeol Engneers. Benton Engneer-ng Socety, Florida Players, Ptv Eto S gmo, Koppo Ph. Koppo, Sigma Tou. PN Koppo Ph’. Dovtd Warrington Hedrick a t a Jacksonville “F " Book, Bus Manager, '39, '40, "F" Book, •38, '39. Webster 8 Hetdt, Jr. B Ch E. Doma For-do Pkt cn, American Institute of Chem-KG’ Engneers. Benton Engineering Society Christian Leslie Henkel 6 Ch E Momi ,c , S-jrro Tou, Amer-can Institute of Oniricol Engineers, Benton Engneerirg Council, -62SENIOR ACADEMIC R chord Joy Henley B A t Momi J. Floyd Hennington BFA Tompo Gor»J)4 . William Korl Herring BA E n i M on i Intemoticnol Re’ctrxn CM). '37, '38, '39, Stomp Out Mom. CM , Comeg t.Vrt Set, AJigotor, Sommer '39. Enecutive Ccxnc , Urnrrtr ‘39 Lloyd McDuffie Hicks BS8 A ■ AS Brodenion Fwhmon Execunve Coonc.l, ’36. 3“ Gregory J Hobbs BCE « , ToNotoiM S mo Too. Sabre . Present, Bcntcn Eng. Soc fy. Ewcutn Ccutc.1, '38. S9. Arh'ef CouncJ, 39. 'O. Nir»mon CM) Se nor Rog Co«rTM|«t Advanced Ml.rory, W on Socoty of C-vJ Erg . Gotcr Peg CKb George Leiston Holder BSA Atochuo Future Former of America, Agr.cultural Club Harmon Vincent Hcrwe AB II West Wm Beoch Johnny L Howell BS Panama Gty Mortor ond tall . Student Season. Semrtfc. James L Hennessy BSBA • on S« Petersburg Beta AicAo Pv. Prcgellor CM . Isk -rcn Club Unv rvtY of Flor-do Band, '3fe '39 Poul Cleveland Henson BSBA Palm Volley John A Hey BEE Amer on Imt tute of (i(Cir ol Engneer Jock McArthur Hobbrns BSBA K I Orlando Willrom F Hoffmon BSBA Penioedo Alpbo Koppo Pv, Cotolwr , Gator Pep Club Florkfa Freshman Fren hp CM), PrcpHtor CM», Sem oie, 38, '39. Mitchell Edward Hope BSA hie Port R toy AM« Zero. Block ond Br e. Agr iturol CM), Flondo Pto en, Advanced Ml,tor) Joseph Edward Howe 8AE Mom. Peabody Club, Indulfrol Art . Ne mjn CM) Arthur Jaffc BSE Go.neivt’e Peabody CM). Intemot nal Re'atom CM 63 —SENIOR ACADEMIC Benjamin Froser Jetton 8SB A ATS Tompo "F" Club. Bcwrg Vr o- », '38. '39 M H Johnson BS Brar4 Indore Pre id nf, Gorgo,'c, ’i9, ‘40, F me Arts Society, Honor Court, 79, ’40 Somuel L Jones, Jr BSBA ♦ AT Lo e City "f Club, Boning, '38 Herbert J Koy BS ♦ e Miami 8co:H Executive Council of fUki Society Keith Vincent Kelly B Ch t i i Hopewell, Virginia American Institute 0 O» n ol Engineers. Benton Engneerng SoC ty. Ugh OWrrxol Society, Mod. and Blade, Alpho Ph Orego. Advanced Military, Covolery, Amrenemy Club, Scmrolc. ’37. Robert Eugene King BS A Mom. Ugh OemcoJ Soc t , Student Alfilote 4 AmeKOn O nv ol Socety, Agr .cultural Club Wtckliffe Boulworc Kirby BCE Brodentcn C(Mi(n, Amer icon Society o Cm! Engineer Theodore Frederick Koch MS • 'Eng CKvogo, lllmo Sigma Tou John Sidney Johnson AB I • Wont City Intronn al Manager, 37, 38, Generol College Debotng. ’35. », Senior Monoger Inlromu-ro’ . Jincr Sen or Prom Cermuttee, 37. '38, Y M C A. Semnot , '37, '38 Jock E Jones BA X I M on White Fnor ' F“ Club. Gofer Pep Club, $» m-mng Tram. 37, 38. '39, Allgotor, '37, '38. Secretory Treovxcr Student Body, ‘39. ‘40 Wolter Woodrow Jones 8SE lokektnd Student Executive Council, 39, '40, Dormitory Meritor, ‘40. Henry A Keel BA nH PI Umotillo Boxng, '}7, '38. ‘39, Sgmo Delta Pv, Peabody Club, lniernot noJ Relot-on CKib, "F" Club, Indultrol Art Club Robert L. Kennedy AB Mokne Executive Council, '39. '40, Gator Pep Club, '37, '38. Weiley Foundation Cosnol John Morvin Kmzer BS nSo.l Wobosso President Block ond Bride CWx ‘39, '40. Agricultural Club, Tb t u . Alpho Zeto, Scobbord and Biode, Agriculturol College Counc4, Athlete Council, '39, '40, Sophomore Executive Council. '37. '38. Senior Executive Cartel, '39. '40, Ernest Re»d Ktrklond, Jr BSBA • en Ton-pa Delta Sgmo P« Frederick W Koehler BS Delond — 64 - -SENIOR ACADEMIC Marvin L Kokomocr BS Goneiviile Alpha Epvkm Delta. Ad«onced Militory Charles Martin Krejocr BSA ♦ A Wodmorth, Oho Football. ‘37. ‘38. Basketball, ‘37. ‘38. Track. •38. r Ckb. Nt-mon Club Bowen s Larkins BAE Brijtct Mannus Henry Latoar BEE Miami Beoch Flondo Ployer . Arrer on Institute of £!«• local Enoneers. Benlon Engineering Soc ct Canol. S-gma Tou Fronk O Lee BSB A eon Si Peientiutg 8 to Cowo Sgmo. Beto Alpf Pv- Jeff Lewis BA a t a ToUohossee Florida Freshman F .endshp Club, ‘36, '37, Bocchu . "36, ‘37, Pi'ates Kendall O Llewelyn BSBA m« Doytcno Beo.h Sewnofe, '37, '38, '39. 'O, F lor .do Re.ur«. 38, ’39, '40. Delta Sgmo P , Cavaliers. Prupdljr Ckb, Yang Democrat H. Cloytcn Logon BS Ag A TO Lakeland Edward J Kosinszki B Ch E ForcK Nr Jersey Amer on Institute of 0 m al Engneen, Comma S no Eps icn. 01 lie Loncoster, Jr AB n k a Dov tcno Beoch Semnole. 36. ‘37. ‘38. All go tor. ‘37. '38. Coolers. Prcrellor Oub, Yang Democrats Charles B Lassiter BCE 1 K Gomes»iile President. Amerkon Socety of C«v.l Engneen. Benton Engineerng Socety, Ben ten Engineering Canal. Ad»anced M'ltory, Bacchus Leon S Lawrence BSBA Mont dk Propdk Club, Advanced Militory. Albert M Lewis, Jr. BSA I N Panama City Jun-or Inteifroternity Conference, ‘34, Puolcs, Gorgcryle Percy Franklin Lisk, Jr BA Fat McCoy phi Eto Sgrrio, Florida Freshman Frendship Club, Debate Oub, ‘37, ‘38. los P oros, Scob-bord ond Blade Rodford M Locklin BAE Munson Peabcdy Oub. Richard Fleming Logan AB it Si Petersburg Honor Court. '39. ‘40; President, Internal cool Rdot m Ckb, Intromurol Boord, ‘38. '39. Florida P1o»ers, American Student Orson. VHtc Friars. Freshman Tem-s Squad. '36, '37; Prcpellor Ckb, Gcncrol Cci’egc Debating -65-SENIOR ACADEMIC Jock B Long BSBA M c 1 Club. Bcaj, 36. '37, '38. T" Out. Prti dwl, Arhl t Co o1, '37. Gordon Bert Lovcioy BSBA A Jockaonville Jesve Lourcncc McCokb BSBA Sr Pctmbixg Joel V McCall, Jr. BS OKA Jenrtng» Robert J McConn BSBA i ♦ Ft Lauderdale Flue Key, Scofobord ond Bode. Alpha Ph. Omega, Pres 3mi, Alpha Koppo Pv. Wh.ic Fran, iMerfrotenvty Conference, Semnofe, '36; '37. '38, 39. '40. All tor, '37. '38, '39; Fky«4j Renew, '39, '40. Young Democrats CW», O M . Prcs-dent, '39, Commerce Club, Advanced V. ■ lory, BoccHjs, FFF Oub. Pro-petty Club John Mortimer McCovn, Jr AB IAw l Doro Flendo Plows, Cooperative Livng Ogon. o-l n, Baptist Student Carol, Ad mced Ml--toy Charles Durword Me Done 11 BS Mgh Springs Eli Osborne McKay BA Ocala Inter-Church Council. Presbyterian Student Sevvca Guyton Pierce McCord, Jr. BA.LIB ZAC Toilohossee Mu OHIO Phi. Coknet . Young Democrats Louts Phillip McCuller, Jr. BSBA Son ord Scobbofd ond Bade, Advanced M t.tory, Hcnor Court, ‘39, '40, F i Eto S gmo, PrapeUor Club, Ailgotor. Makotm McGasson BA ♦ IT Gonesvlle Blur Key, Pres dent, Ft . Kappa Tou. '39. '40. Intcrfrotenvty Conference, '38, '39, '40, June iiiierffotem.ty Ccnte erve Prevdcot, Board of Student P»AI aticrK. 38. '39, Florida Players. General Ca"ege Debore Squad. '36, 37. Mu Eto S«gmo. Son or Inototom Comm t tee, '39. '40. Editor, F lor-do Review. '39, '40. Ed-lor, Srw Allrtjtor. '39, Monog.ng Ed tor Sem-na . '38. '39T T Booi William Bertiomm Me Leon BS Ag Bor I0« Agr irfUrol Club Rolph J McRoe BA ATO Jacksonville Arnold J MorxJibetg BA Gomesnlie Peter Clark Monson AB ♦ AO Jociscnvdle Scatto'd asd Blade, Pirate . Advanced M-l. lory Murray Irwin Mantel I BME Mom- Beoch Sigma Tau. Amer an Society of Mechqn ol Engineers, Benton Eng nee ring SocietySENIOR ACADEMIC Jock W Maynard BA «m Orlando “f" Club Wolter Ernest Melton BS Aff Mcmi Block and Bftde Club. Newell Entorretfogeol Society, Agriailurol Club William Jomes Miller 8S Go mew lie ASpho Ep 4on Delia Rudolph Momb ek) Miro Bit Tompo R.lle Team. ‘36. ‘37. ‘38 Jomes Goodwin Mixon BS ♦ AO Tompo WnM Foots. Chenvcol Society William J Moody, Jr. BSE Tallahassee Normon Dodge Morehouse BME Miami S amo Tou. Prevdent, '39, '40. AAanced Mil-lory. Sabres. S8. j9. Wee Oub. ‘36. '37; American Soc »r ©» M«hon ol ln) y ;9, '40, 8ent«m E renter.ng CouK-l, '39, '40 Veale Francis Monarty AB jockionwie Advonced Mditory Henry Mela, Jr. BS Pkint City Alpho Epsilon Delia, Unnarvty 0 Florida Bond. '36. '37, 38; legh Omrucol $oc ty. Virgil L Milbrath BS z I Fort Ogden Walter E Millctt BS Ft. Louder da Lorry W Mitchell BS A a r r Ft Meodc Nr etl Ent«moiog ol Society, Whte frors. Thyrsus. Jock FrancisMonohon, Jr BS8 A Ft Louderd 'e ft Eto So o. Beio Gomma S-gnm Clayton H Moore, Jr. 8$i Jacksonville Hondo Freshmon Fnerxfchp Club, American institute of Electrical Engineer William Louis Mocgon BS Gainesville Advanced MJilory Henry George Motes, Jr, B S BA Pokjtko Cocpcrat ve Livmj 0»gon-.-aion — 67 —SENIOR ACADEMIC Edword Korol Mruz B S Phy. HAS Detond Scatbord and Blodr, Mcrtor ond Pestle, Frrii iron DtbOt Team, '36, Gotcr Pep Club. Pres-dt«t. Nfvvmon Club,' ?, Freshmon f.erut ve Committee, '36 Don Charles Nearpass 8SA Eustis Comma S-gra Eps fcn Howard D Newkirk BS 1 A C Jocksemnlle Robert S. Nihoul BSA Crescent City Florida Freshman F» «v Ji.p Club, '36 37, Agricultural Club, ‘37, ‘38, '39, Future Formers ot Arret 0, ‘37, ‘38, 'J9, ‘D. txruM Council. ‘39.'« Will om Albert Norns BS • on Tanrco Benton Cngneermg Society Camel, ‘T Ckb. Gator Pep Club, Scabbard and Biode, Society lor the Advancement of Management, Advanced MMory, Over Leader, ‘36 ‘37. '38, '39, Sotmmng Team. '38, ‘39. '93, Amor Oass V e- President, '37, '38 Chotloltc Jane Palmer BS Gamcsvill« kVrtor ond Pestle, Koppo Epsilon Wilbur Rood Parvin esF. Brodenton Glee Ckb, '38, '39, Forestry Clut Cecil Wesley Perry BA Oxford Alpha Zeto, Block and Bide, Hcrw Court '-tO. James Penquite Mulcahy BA AID Orlando Football, Bosttooli, P rotes, Scobbord end Blade, r Ckb EdwordR Neff.Jr-BEE Morothon Advcmced Militof,. American Institute cF Electro! Engmrers. C A A Bradford T. Nightinoolc BS ■ Brms k, Go AJpho Koppa Psi, C et Club Guy Tracy Noe BS Ptry. Marlon, Kentucky RhoChi. Thomos Edward Nunn, Jr. BSB A x t Jocksonv'lte Scabbord ond BkxJc, Propeilor Ckb, Jvmcr Class Executive Ccxmc t, '38, ‘39. Robert R Parks AB x ♦ Jacksonville Alpha Ptv Omega, Mcnor Court, '39, ' 0. Charles Robert Pearson BME Sonford S gmo Tau. Jock L Peters AB x t Mam Debate Ckb -cs-SENIOR ACADEMIC Clarence A Peterson BSB A Olondo Odra S gmo Pi, Pres, '39. '40. Beta Alpho Pv. '39. ‘40. Gotor Pep OU . '37. '38; Seated and Biodr, '39. '43 Horry B Pillons BAE McIntosh John Howard Pomeroy BS St Petersburg Comma S gmo Epskn, President, Camera Club, "40 Georoe H Pournelle BS Gomevnllr Ne man CM , Covoliers RoymondC Romoae BS ♦ KT Joeisomillc Scabbord and Blade, Advanced Military Jomes B Redd BS W rsdofe Evon Regas A 6 jocLscnville Scabbard and BkxJe. Advanced Military Chorles Gllilond Renfro B IE s I Torrpo Sgmo Too, Bocckjs, Serpent, Benton Eng-neer-ng Society. Socety or AAarvement of Management, Advanced Ml.tory, Fierro Engineering Soc er , Fooito'l. '31. Richard Aldrtch Peterson B B A. Miami Owen Orlando Pillons BAE A I Lotetond 8 xd, '37. 38. '39. '3C. Ph. Eta S w. '37 Poobody Club, Freshmon Group Lcodc . '38. Drum Moor, Onvervty Bond. '37, '38, '39 J. Lester Poacher BSA Lor go Prevdtnt, Student BoOy, Sunme . ‘39. V c-President Student Body. '39, '40. totxnol President, Future Formers of Amer o. ’38. Who's Who, '39, '40. Ed ter, Florida College Former, '38, ’39. ' 0, A fho Zeto, AJpho Tou Alpha, President, Ccflegate Chapter, Future Formers oi Ar-.-r.co, Executive Couvc l, '39, '40; Sophcmore President, '37. Morris Aaron Price BS. St. August-re Phi Eto Sgma. AJpho Epvlon Delta Od'seo N Romos BS Phy Gorsesviie Rhs Ch.. Mortar and Pestle Oscar E Reeder 8SBA PoWtto Beta AW »a Ps-, Alpha Kappa Pv. Gatcr Pep Club, Advanced Militory, Alligator, '39, '40, freshman Baseball, Freshman frocL Fred G. Rchm B Ch E West Palm Beach Amer «n Institute of Owm» ol Engrreers. V. M C. A, Pistol Team, Copton, '38, '39, Leigh ChcmeoJ Society, Advanced M-'itory, Unvervty of Florida Band, '35, 36. '37, ‘38. '39. Lfcvyervfy of FJordo Symphony Orchestra. '35. ‘36, '37, Florida Freshman ft nhhp Club. Willtom B. Rhodes BS. West Palm Beach -69-SENIOR ACADEMIC Robert Richter 8 A Miomi Fierida Players. Infer noicnal Rek t«ro Club Clyde Jefferson Roberts BCE K.ivnvnee Amrr on Society of Cml Eng-reers. Benton Engineering Soc ?y Wendell A Roberts 8SA Ml Advanced Military, Future formars of America, Alpha Tou Affho Quentin Cornelius Roche BSBA Vernon Beta Gomro S yra, Beta Alfho Pv Gordon J S. Rothermel BSBA Jacksonville Adnsnccd Military, Beto Gomno S ro, Pi Comma Mu Bill Schoub 8 IE. Tarrpa tin Eto Syro, S yro Tou. Extoiln CowKil, ‘39, 40. Bcntcn (ngneer.ng Counc4, ’38. ‘39. '40. Socoty tor Advancement ol Management, Prevdeni, '39, ‘40, Sea-or C oss R-ng Convrnl tee. 39, 'O. 8cntcn Engnterog Society Charles F. Seymour 8$ Sneodi German Club Horry K Siler BEt Jocksorwillo Phi Eto S-yro, Amcr on Irvst.iutc of El«tr ol Engnecrs Josef Saleem Rizk BEE J»:ksonv4le Emmett Smith Roberts BSA Jacksonville Rufus Rev Robinson BA Lake Woles Henry Sturgeon Rothe BSA ♦ K T Gonesnlle Block ond 8r«le Club, Student AfMote ot Ame» on Chemical Society. Board of Monomers, Student Urvcn, Summer, ‘39. Leonard W Salsbury B Ch E Port Tompa City Amer on Institute of Chemool Engneers Frederick G Seelmonn, Jr. AB K 1 Pa'm Beoch While Fnort, Interfroternitv Conference, Oftto S grnQ pi, Bacchus E G Shidemon BME GonesviHe Bentcn Engineering Society, American Sodety of Mechomcol Engineers Stuart Levine Simon BA ♦ ■ A Mom. Beoch Blue Key, President, Phi Beta Oe to, President. Debate Club, Who's Who, '39, '40. Non-Inter vent Km leog.e. Freshman Debate Cooch. Winner Da d Yulee Contest. Scutheastern Conference Oratory Debate, Phi Eta S ro. Pi Comma Mu -70-SENIOR ACADEMIC Leon Singer (Ag KUSJu-ol them) ♦ ■ A Go-nett-lle C Neil Smith BSBA ♦ ao Tompo Stanley Jomes Smitzes 8A Toipon Springs General College Debote, '37, Vorvty Debate, '38, '39, Freshman Group Leader, '37. Huber T Speedy BSBA Stuart John Dowdell Spencer BA St August - Howard Ford Stearns, Jr. AB 1 A C TompO Scafcbord ond Blode, L'Apochf, Introtnurol Bcord. '38, 39, Scno» M'o» Inlramurah, '39. ' 0, Bacchus, Interfratermty Conference. '33, '39, Fhx da lVi n Board of Manogers, ‘38, Oran's L st, ’36; Freshmon Adnsory Counc-I, Scphynore Adnsory Couopf, Advanced Mill lory, Florida Players. Alligotor. Harold H Stevenson bme P«e l0l Pori T Club, Fourth Estote Club, Amer on Soo-of Mechanical Engineers, Trock, '36. '37. Coprain, Trock, '39 •2. A. Homan Strickland BSBA • KT Momi White Fnon. Alfred Smith, III B Ch E K'xyn. Amer on Institute of Chcm ol Engneers, Benton Enaneermg Sooety. S-gmo Tau. Gom-mo S-gmo Eos VDn, f tondj Engineering Scc ty. Amencon Chewxal Society. Emmett G. Smith BSBA • AO St Augustine B-Vje Key, Scabby d ond B ode. Be to A'fho Ps . Whte Friers. Who's Who, Jr. C«oss Executive Council, '37, 38, Million Boll Committee, '37, '38. Kror Court, ‘38. '39. Chancellor. Hcnor Court, ‘39, '-tO. Sens note, '37, '38 Davtd A Southard BS phy Or lends MoMor ond Pestle Donald Toit Speirs BEL V.arrv Beoch Ckc Ck b, Flor«do Rifles, Advonccd M.tary, Southeastern Conference Rifle Chomp onshp, Benton Engneerng Society, A r r on Institute o Ekctncol Engineers, Seoguil Gder Oub, '35. '36, C A A. '39. ' 0.7lor ta Review, ’3S. CuMis Henderson Stonton BME l« Ft Lauderdale Rifle Team, '38; Benton Engineering Cancil Fletcher F. Stephens BEE Alocko $ gmo Tou, American Institute of Eiectr ol Engneers, Ben ten Engineering Soc !y Willtom M Straight BA Miomi Wesley Fcusdotan, Alfbo Epvkn Del to. Gamma Sigma Epvl:« Warren Condler Strickland BS Pne Castle — 71 —SENIOR ACADEMIC Oseor H. Stroh BS tg lingfestown, Pcrvnyf y'-o Soc ty fc Adroncement of Management. Bmtcn Engreerrg Scr «ry, Cowo Oub, '38. '39. '40, Mosk ond BloJc Sonford M Swrdlin BA. TampO Alligator, -i v ‘37, ’38 Shigeo Joe Tokimi BA Jockvcrmlle Booth John B Tonsey BA Mrotnt Sgrno Delta Qw, Coroiiers, President, Goicr Pep 06, '36. Neutron CU , '36, AH oigf. ■f , % '37, '38, kodo Guild. '37 '38, Student Monoger, Unneruty Colelefc, '37, '38, '39 Zeloies Holmes Toy lor BAE Gonmnl'e Im ntriol Ah Out. Peabody Club W. C Thomos, Jr BA n k a Go-nos 'I !e Golf Teom, ’39. Chorles J Tally, Jr B$ a r r Brodcnrcn Alptio Z«tO Jock E Turner BS ry. Ocala Freshman BaiMal NjwdI Horoid M Sullivan BCE. ■ x Torrpo American Society of Cr»»l Engineers, Sgm3 Too, Honor Court, '39, '40 O C Syfrett BS A Arp Block and Bride Club, Agricultural Ckt Stdney K Tolly BEE. a t a Town Benton Engneerng Society Council, Interfro-termiy Conference, President, Ai- a Tou Onego, '38, '39, President, American Institute of Electr ol Engineers. Freshmon Footboll Nt nerol, L'Apextie Henry William Torbett 8SB A ♦ AT Pompona Advanced Military, Lemuel Edgar Tew. Jr. BS Sanford Advanced Military James Judkins Tucker BS l x Mod son Fred L. Tunis, Jr. 8ME. • on Corot Gables Florida Players, '33, '34, American Society of Mechon ol Engneers, Benfcr Eng nee eg Society. James Henry Turner BAJ. x N Ororda -72-SENIOR ACADEMIC Daniel Rhotce Tyner BSA Lourel MJI Agricultural Club, Block. ond Club George J. Vila BME Havana, Cuba lot P«jros, Nrwmon Club. Awi an $coet O M«hon ol Engineers Charles H Wokeman, Jr BSBA Miami Robert L. Varn BAE Jacksonville Ff«hmyi Nirrerol, Basketball. '36; Vanity letter, '38 Merle M Wadsworth BSBA • AO Tompa 6k Key, Beta Alpha Psi, OHfo Sgma Pi, Commence Club, President, Wlio's W)«o. '39, '40. Jcnor Class Ewcutryf CouociJ, (Xxmitory Men lor, Scmnc e, '34, All gator, '36, '37, '38. Busness Monomer, AUgcior. "39, '40. Busrw. Manogcr, T Book. '39, Florida Corny Former, Busncss Adrinistrotion Commttit Council. Biron H Walker BAE GoncivfV Peafccdy Cki , ‘iW, '39, '40. Vice-Prevalent Peabody Cub, '39. Ernest Watscn BAE A I A Goneivlie frock. '38 '39, ‘«D, "F" Club. S-gmo Delta Ps., Copion. Crow Country, '39 Joseph Hicks Watson BS • AT Si Peieniorg AWo Epvion Ohio. Fky.do Pk ery Chou, man. Rodo Gw Id, '39. '-tO. Fre'.hrros 6o'- XJ fn»n. '36, '37 Lloyd H, Weokley BSE mcy Advanced V.Mory, Arrer on Soc t of Civ.l Engneers. Benton Eng.neemg Soc-ety Ed B Weathers BSBA Oco»a Rogers Martin Weeks BS Fy. AS Moot Haven Vorvty Being. '39, '40 Reverend Father Benedict Poul Wcglond. O. S B BA S» Leo Benjamin Weiner BSBA Mom Edwin B Wetssmger A8 Ortando f lor do Renew, 37. 38, ‘39. '40. Edtc . F" Book, ’38. '39, Morvior, N Y A Barrocks, Siotc Ad. sory Committee, ti Y A. Secretory. Florida Uncn, Manogng Editor, Flo Review, 39, '40, Advanced M kitory, SrmncJe, '39, '40. All-gator, '37, '39, '40, Florida College Former, '37, '3 Ralph Edson Wendt BME. ■ A Jacksonville Benton Engncerog Socwty, Amer on Sooet, of Mechon ol Engnetr Erdmon West, Jr. B S fy. Gomesvslte -73-SENIOR ACADEMIC Sidney Dune on West, Jr bsba Ozocc Richord Holmes Whiteheod AB iux Amo Mflfio Prevdtnl, P OHto S ro. '38. '39. AifAo Phi Onego. Pfcvdent, A. '37, Arnc-ncon InUifulc of Ciicmcal Ergrccn. Benton Engrwcrng Soc ety. Debate Club, Ugh Chcm«ol Soc«ty, Phi Kap x) fin Everett H Wikox BSA A I A Cleorwoler Everett H Williams. Jr BA K X JockiionwOe SroU«xd and Biodr, Unnorufy of Florida Bond Cecil T Wilson BA P r»voco o 0 fto S gmo P». Advanced MAlary, Executive Council, ’39. 4o Wilfred Willy Wolfson BS Phy ICO lakeland William Eldndge Wright BSBA A I A Newberry W.lliom P White BSBA X N Pemocofo Scotto'd orid B-ode. Bocchm, Neuman Out, Adconced Military Alfred Frederick Wicke B Ch E Pemocota William Harvey Wild AB X A C Jocksonnlle Executive Council. Frtihnxt Clots, '35. ’36 Charles Fountain Willis AB A X Boll •men’e, Vo'y'onJ Comoro Club, Internal icnol Rdotiom Club, Ftor-do Ptoyen. Engl oh Club Robert Walker Withers BS K A Tonxo ftii Eto Sgmo, P.miet, Piitol Team, '38. '39. Ai o Epulon Defto, Scobbord ond Blade Roy Qenn Wood BSA x x AJochuo O B Wynne BSA ♦ AO Tonxw — 74 —BRADENTON TJUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS J. Tom Watson........................................President Frank Ymshams...................................Vice-President Louis Nofa.................................Secretary-Treasurer -76-JUNIOR ACADEMIC ChaWe, AJphonse C...................................Winter Ho en Chonter, Robert W...............................West Potm Beoch Chopmon. John S «.......................................Newberry Ctorhe, George Brumlty................................Gocetvtlle ☆ Clorke, Jomes Ckncon, Jr ♦ «...............................Tampa Ctoyton. Herbert........................................Pensocdo Clemens, Jome C.........................................Wouchulo Close. Dov«J McA.....................................Jockson dle ☆ CkMer, John T,Ji Corrobelc Oubb . Bennett A....................................Ponomo City Cctb, Edmn N.............................................Leeshxg Cochrone, Thomas E ...........................West Polm Beoch CoHm, Dov d P, Jr................................Mount Dons Cole, Chorles M ............................Horlon, Ky Cole. George P •................................ . Jocksonvile Coleman, Lake Wilson....................................Poholce Cdemon, Mo-vn A, Jr im . . Ponomo City Coll, Jomes A.....................................St Petersburg Colins. Thomas A.......................................Homestcod CoHoA, George A AI ..............................Muscat ne, lono tr Colnen. Redmond W......................................PensoccJo Condr. W tl cm R «».....................................Orfcysdo Cone. Chorles W or..........................................Tone Cone, Julcn L • .................................. .... Ttyrpo O Con Ion, Fronk Chorles » ..............................Hollywood Cook, Mo« A «•............................................. Mon Cooke, Lewis Edno'd. Jr.................................Sorosoto Cocney. Robert Lents..............................Winter Haven Cotlen, Jchn Honctl ■ ....................................Toltahossec Cottrell, Jemngs D .............................. . Leesburg Cox. EK........................................................Tonrpo Croft, C L Tonpo ☆ CrossJand. C Ednord..........................................Lokelond Crosscn, thigh Sampson...................................Jocksonv.tle Crutchfield. Ceol M...........................................M-ltcrs Cumm.ngs, Eugene H.............................................ArcherJUNIOR ACADEMIC Cunr.ngham, Wi Om C °...................... CrvYrnev, Ky Cuthmon, Frank R T4................................... Momi Cuihmon. Retort A » ...................................Worm Doanc. Adron H ....................................Gooevnlle r Dole.RdphE . . . Domel, Bill . . . Dov L Eugene " • Dov v R S . . . . . Kittiww . . . Momi SCMtt, G« rgo . . St Cloud O’ Dov y. Stonley H • ................................... ... Momi DeLorvy. J. Lou .............................................Mxoncpy DeVont, Frcdr C. "«•...........................................Momi Dtckcrn, Ben Merman, Jr................................Port St Joe O D«m. Jchn J «».............................................B'odenSon Dcborganei, Robert M....................................Jockicrm.lle Dom. Andrew N. Jr.......................................Jockvorwille »t . LoU Worth O Dropcr, Robert Sorgcnt 41.....................................Momi Driver, Marty E...........................................Mulberry Ckm, W omSM««g • ...................................Doytono Beoch Cknyn. Frook St«hen.............................Long Ivlond, N Y. O Catcher, Don R •«" • Eckel. Edword F...................................Fort louderdole Edwordi, Chorle H .................................Gulf Mommock {■Wort. Robert Brown’ee ..................................Penyxolo r Elio. Ckarcnce Keyword. Jr n»...................West Palm Beoch Errbry, R hord Fo n « ....................................Onncy Ervo. Robert M..........................................ToUahcmee Evom. Jomci G.........................................Jockvomtfle Evw . Tho r» N.............................................Joekiomilte Evom, Willom E, Jr............................................Soroicto E erette. Don E..................................................Tompa Eyre, Everett A..................................................Tompa Forma . Adron Vincent, Jr.................................Penyocdo Fouvtuw. John.................................................Mom Fcrguycn, DcroM H.............................................Mom Femander, Euylovo............................................Tompo — 80 —JUNIOR ACADEMIC F.rVey, Gbwn R......................................St Petersburg F sk. Pool H...............................................Orlandj F.tipotf k. F H..........................................Homesteod Ffarvgon, Abes G. ..............................Long Beoch, CoM Flooded. FffdA.Jr «♦...................................Moore Mos n Flemng. iOv West »♦.......................... . . Ft Louderdole Flood. Edd C..............................................Ft Meode Fly, E K»m Wolton « ......................................Zeb-acod Folsom, Henry M Ford, W Pot «» Fronklo, L 0. . Frc . Fred J. . . . . Mayo . . . Tempo . . . MoVoh R . X oc N J it French, A lee. Jr ««......................................Ml Doro Fugote. Jercmc, Jr I ...................................Boco Gronde Gonn. H "«• f' " Sm rno Boo h G e. H Fredt k.........................................Jockscmnlle it Gommojc. E Owppt ...............................Bronzed. Go GotCdt Octovo $........................................M anr» Goriwsd. Jomes E ••n...................................Lomond Gotes, Albert Mortin, Jr........................Ml Yemen, Go Gates, Jomrs Hcwd • ".......................................M " Goto. Robert Wotloce...............................Ft louden : George. Williom M.........................................Odando Germo.n, Dovd Preston J".............................Jockscm'ile ☆ Gilbert, Willom J....................................Verncrt Glchnst, Charles M, Jr.........................St August G w. Herb «♦..........................................OcoVs Goldsten. E Gus...................................Gonesv.lle it Gotoutos, John Fronk..............................St Pc ter six g Cvoh n Proctor Deon. Jr.............................Oronge C.ly Grata . R mcnd W.................................Ft louden : Green, Alonzo Fronk......................................Mod scn it Gcetaerg. Morin »«♦..........................Be«e G»ode Greene, Rolf Blue......................................To»ores Gr.ff », R hord J "« ..............................Joclscnnlle Grommet, George P..........................................Morm -81-JUNIOR ACADEMIC Gnjbb . A...............................................Perry Guwcn, Rcberl A.........................................Hnjon Hogodom, Otla-’e T0 Tofnpo Hoggerly, Mc gs..........................................Mom. ☆ Hole, Oand C.............................................So»ov3io Hole, Morro A i ... Tompo Hon y Gecrge Thcmo » . . ... TaHahouee Horllcy, W4 y o..............................................Mom. Hoiencamp, J Robb " ......................................Ckorwaier Hail rvyi. Cec.l, Jr A . . Nauou, New York Ho,, Georoe Taber, III « ... 'Aopewood, Nr Mwy Hoi«, W.llom Franca, it...............................Ctoytcno Beoch ☆ Hoygood. Jomev Dougta ... c Htyllfi, Nyman C.........................................Saro'X.to HomII, Theodore E it.....................................Gomcwlle Mcd» k. Harry Do»v. ATO............................... Wore Ho «n t Meeih, Thcm» W.......................................Jockicrmllc Henman, Jcvech.........................................Gonew.llc HeheiH, A ten Ovcor. Jr W............................ Vero Bcocb Hendfryen, Jock Moye........................................Mom. ☆ Hrvicy, Frank 0..........................................Jockicny.lle Heuberger, New ten Jock ♦ «............................Si Petenta'Q Higgt, Arthur 8 rl rr , Sanford Homltan M....................................Chorleytcn, W Vo r HflStwfr, Ww W. Jr ■ ...................................... Moronro HJI. Frcdr Sod t..........................................Coneyv.’e Kne W.llord f...............................................fomwlle HntermMer, kbn Henry', IV «u ... $anfc d IMtok S- » |a ksorttiU H.tehcock, PdJ R.............................................Apc 4.a Hooa Waller (Won.........................................Jockvyrnlle Hogue, R M....................................................Olando t Holliman, fw Douglw..............................Fi Louderdole Hoover. Gecrge W.llom............................$t Petenburo HofArw. Alan York ok ........................ WaSr ton. D C Hoik'rw, Frank Lawrence »a................. , . Joclsonr-iie -82 —JUNIOR ACADEMIC lecrwdy. S dn«y P...........................................Otondo l«ter, M lorct'Ui.......................................Key West lev . Soul S •.......................................Mow Beoch lichle, Morrm E Sorovoto L'CtJold, Wrllom H, Jr............................ . S« Pcleriburg LpUll, M lon I M-omi LlhcrJond. AJIyn Copron............................. .... Go n«vll« Locke, fto-, ro j C................................................Si Petfnburg ft logon, Cloube 0 Tompo Logon, Horton R hor K Tomco long. Honey ♦•« .............................................Mom. locney, Sam I, Jr mo.................................. ... Torrpo ft lo oce. Wonote.............................................. McCoJey. JomeyD. J' ............................... • • Rcoelofvj McCWfcjn, John ........................................Jockjomillc McConnell. Clone F............................................T«"0O ft McCormck, J C. Jr MeDon«ell. $ R, Jr i.V Sehee. A E . Jr. . McG rw, Thomcn F . . Fort Wh «e . . Gomewille New Smymo Beoch . . . Torrco ft McGu r . W.'lomEdaord ♦ ...................Si Aug tr McKoy, Rdxrt A ....................................Tomt» McKee, Robert Bruce ....................... PftVn Beoch McKtfWy, H ord T ............................C,0“ C,‘ ft Me Lone, 8-U ........................................... Mcleon, Wotier I ■»....................................Polmetfo McLeod. Monon ........................................... McLeod, W.llom ............................................JW' ft McPhenon AW « ndef .................................. McPhenon. Chorlev Denver................................0 Xy Me Roe, W.Uom L to . . . . .... Clvpley MocKntoih, Jchn H, Jr. ...........................JockicnWJe ft MocMullen, Jor i L ra Mod.ll, Lourence A ■ . Moicom, John Fellon o« . Molrby, Adn John, Jr . . - Key W«i . Dodf City Jockiormlle . Hostings -S4 —JUNIOR ACADEMIC Manchester. Gordon C » Mon'«y. Wollff W . . Morsholi. Ben J . . . Moru Doniel I «on . . Gonesv.Ue . . Quncy . Dwelkn St Petersburg it Mortn, Ed ord G...........................................Tempo Mart , Roe ’ H.........................................Wildaood Mosscy, George H nc ....................................Ounc Motheurt, Wrfhom F................................Winter Gordtn O WatK . Don W, Jr Mo , W.IlKim D . . . Merr.il, George 8 , Jr • Merrill, John Ed ord . Gomevnlle MontcHIo . Gainesville . . aoh tt Meserve. George Seth St August Vikell, Chortei 0 ♦« .... OelOTd Worn, Ernest Bc mg. Jr ".............................Jockscnv.llf MOer. Deon l l.................................................Mom ☆ Miller, Frank Jock "« ....................................Grocenlle Mill on, George Ccry.....................................Fernond.no Milligan, Jchn S, Jr lAl.............................Orrrcnd Beo:h Mills, D k ®..............................................Orlcnda it V 'ton, Rcnofd A ..................................Mororro Mr r, Wdliom Ed ord • ...............................Apopka Mitchell, Jomes S.......................................Tompo Mxdy, Asttr, M.» he« ro...............................Tompo it Montgomery, Wo»ne To or..............................Atomi Moore, Jock.......................................lok C r Moore. Joseph Cotws. Jr "• .......................CHoneot Moore. W.lw J « ......................................... ☆ Morgan, Con in F 1 . Morgan, Gardner . . . Morgan. W Uom E. . . Morraon, DonoVJ, Jr »T Goineinile Pemoeolo Gotnevrvlle Gomcsville Marrivcn, W.llom ........................................Pensocdo Marion. Robert Buchancn.................................Lowderdolc MaAJ. OorWs .........................................$ MurpJvree. V-rgnvv ........................................ -85-JUNIOR ACADEMIC Po»«r Jomn Ormcnd «"............................ Pwtt». Omc N’Tyrvrrt. Jr • • • F L»xfrfdolc IVmv AJvr Cu»l«t.......................................Umof'Iki Prnton, Jom« 0.........................................A i «Jol Proctor, Som...............................................Jockscovdle Pu'tara, Anthony ...............................................Tompo Purv.s, Thecdxe B. Jr................................long Beoch. Colil P «e, Fronk le Forest «..................................D»,toro Broth it Oum, Jomn Ed ord.......................................Mom- Ql rrberry. Andrrscn C »♦... . . Tompo Ramey, J( nH,Ji " •...................................Worn. RorvtoI, BurrJ.Jr l« .............................Ckorvwter it Ratliff, Eugene F................................................Jo Rrogn. Arche Trrrple rr.................................Soroioto Reed, W on Woodworth, Jr u(............................Jocksorw-lle Ren. Albert L. Jr ...........................................Ortondo it Reese, Lecnord L, Jr.......................................Mom. R ga, WJhan J............................8-nghomton, York Remngton. R hord M......................................0» ond) Repkn. Arthur A...................................Ft louderd»»e it Rrveil, Wolloce Cuher........................................Br-stol Rhjon, Ralph K..............................................Wowchulo R e, Kenneth L ....................................Wnt Polm Beoch Richardson, Henry Jocksorr..lle ☆ R-chordvcn, Woodrow W........................................AuburndaV Rivers, J Freder k. II.....................................Jockserw.»e Roberts, Henry L ..............................................Tompo Roberts, Robert Antx ..................................Do tono Beoch it Roberts, WJJmor K.......................................Jocksonvlle ftcbbxi'. Lconord »«•................................ft louderda’e Rcbnvcn, Hugh Edwo-d...........................................Mon- Robrfiscn. W-llom A......................................Jocksonv e Rodm, Rex A................................................Pmocoto Rood. Joe W «..........................................Brodenton Rosenblatt, Chorln «•.......................................Tompo Ross, Oorence C.......................................Jock«jn».lte — 87 —JUNIOR A CAD E M I C Rctbstent. S-mcn . Ri rxVt, C E . High Sprngs Sopp, John D ' West Po!m Beoch S—ytr, Eorl M . . . . ☆ SehoH. Paul Mx ' . . . Sctoub. Dov d Worren . . ScheWer. Jeorr Louise . . Schu'cr, Frank M n e . Sccner . Ewan Theo rr . Defer-taV. $pnngs Scon, K. j H • Smtcdt H C ♦ . . FI Louder date SegW . Horry D. Jr « . a Sharpe, M tVr.tr . . . Sbeo. Mark L SKrtlc,. Jam E . . . S brcc»lt, J yV 1 SxtjH. Ho oJd i . . . . S«yro Warren 0 ♦« . . St August SfTtxd, N Oliver. Jr •— . St Petersburg Simmons, Herbert .... Stag , Joseph H ... . • M om» Beo:h S-nger, Morsm • Suiter, Rrtert E . . St Petersburg S .««, Oond E •» . Tot'chassec Srr. th. tWbert A Jr rr Smithm, Robert M . . Winter Hcvm Wr, Cort M •! Somers. Geerye A . . . . . . Hotty Hill Spurlock.. Roll W . . . . . . Collchon Storrctt, Virgil S . . . . St Petersburg Stephens, Willmm Don ft • Princeton, Ky Stephenson, George V . . ■Cr Si—OM, Ro mond Ed ord . St Petersburg Ste rt. R M St Petersburg Stewart, W 11 cm Ackiscn »— . Veto Beocb Sfevwyt, Willtyn Cosby . . . . . . Vcuri DxoJUNIOR ACADEMIC Slone. SR............................................Poet St Joe Sloofomire, FrcrA H. • ............................ToMchotsee Sotl von. A Weotow • ..............................ToKotossee Summery. DcnokJ F........................................Bristol S« ot, Leroy M • ................................Ft louderdole Sweet, George H « ...........................................Mom S-egrr, Jock 8 « .....................................Ceo'wutcr labeling, Roy Morrison, Jr..........................Jockscnv.lle r Topoen, Ne l Compbctl u............................lote Pk : J Tojloc, Alfred............................................Tarrpo To,tor. (X «e J....................................Loke Wotct To «or. Willoro S Ml...............................JocksonmMe ☆ T «ch. Benmcnt 40.................................Go-nei. lie ThomOS. logon M...................................St Petersburg Thomas. Rufus Irvng.........................................High Sprogs Thompson. Ford Lest . Jr ♦ ......................Tollohosvee Thompson, Wcndetl L...............................Fkorolo, Alo Thompson, William 8 one, Jr «on .... Woshmgton, D C Titus. Arthur Floyd...................................lym Hosen Tnconco, Ncholat.............................Ne York, No York ☆ Triplett, Joe .....................................Jockscrmlle Tugnell. Robert Lee.....................................Penuxoio Ulmer, Curtis S............................................Lorgo Underwood. H ».....................................Mom. Beach r Von Clef. WJIom Corroll.............................Wetter Mosen Von d» Mot ter. John $ aia.........................Doytoro Beoeh Von Vleck. Dennison V ...................................Jup t«r Venable, Jomes 8....................................Center H.ll VkJoI. Morrto Hughes...................................Goncsvdle WoAworth. John R.....................................Mores C«ty Wo.ts, Willom £........................................Howthcene WokcfeM, Themes Mown ".....................................Mom. Wold-n, V.n«nt Hcmord......................................Morr. Woldron, L B................................................Mom. Worker, Don..............................................Ft Myen Wo’Ser, Robert J • Lakeland -89-Wolz. George S . Wonmon, Horry 0 . . . Wore. Wendell R . . . Warren. Ml« AJ iyjn »♦« . . ft Woswfc, Ed n Jo « Woncn, Jchn Thomos, Jr Tc«n» Wetb, J Erne t ft Weber, Wolfe R hord Wedkr, Roy CSde. Jr . . . job, Mjur.ce S . . . . Miami Beech Wher-er, Willom Waller »• . . . . Joctaomnile ft Vrhitcorrb. Jome'. lc . . A n«» . . . . $m,rno Beoch Wh.rng, Jome B . . . . .... Goneyv.Uc W«4ond. kotx t E . . . S» Petersburg ft W gg.rn, Eldn G n‘» W.lkecNCn, 0 Oeitofc . . . Dcfimak Springs W.llOT , Oort Alien . . Willowy Gormcc DeW.il • . . . . ToMahouee dr W omv CKs.:« M . Jr « . . . . Veto Beoch W.Horro. Gin fen M Budwil W.lloan. Mw c C . . . Mot Wiliam ., RE dr W.'kh. Rebuff K «• . . . . Gomeivlle W vjn. John i ... . Wifcon, J Worncf U Ocolo Wrxey, Charts W . . . In Qjk ft Wither . Don -d M ... . Wilt, Albert A . . . . . . W«U Po n Beoch WilHn, A rlwr G n Wolf, Lecho'd » ♦. .. ft Welly, G«orgc J . Olordj Woodarard, Perry Utond «» Ouncy Woolley, Fred F, Jr . . . Sorovc-lo Worr.ll. Jome H, Jr ♦ Leesburg ft Wyfce, EO « Wynn, Ovcor Eornnf . . . loU-tond Yevng Jomci Nathon ! . . . . . . Ve o Beoch Yang, Robert Wiliam i r ft Zothry, Willom 0. n»» Sooted Zunwalt, Edgor Z h, Ffonk A Mrj Kjnno -90 —SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS Homer Still.........................................President William A Par tom. III.........................Vice-President Richard Hudson............................Secretory-Treosurer -92-SOPHOMORE ACADEMIC tlM 9 4 4 t. ft a o A (ft iJ' ft ft o it iJUi ft a ft JklTh ft ftjft i 4 ft O ft ft l ik ft ft ft At e. C Rcteri »" . . Atncn, Grover, Jr • u . . Andenort. George Hogon ao Andencn, Uoyd 0 HI ☆ . . . Mom Beoch . . . Oa«tcna Beoch • . . St Petenhurg .... Cixfc C.ty Arvier cn, WillXfen J . . . Andrew . Arthur H nuA , , Andrew . Therno OoViey n« Arrmfrong, Joel le l« . . . ft . . . . Jockwra.ile . . New Port Rchey Orlondo Arnold, Retort luth?r i C Ayont. George D. . . . . Bator, Kinton J. ne» . . . Botor. lecnord A, Jr l« . . . . Mt Pleoiont . . . . Jocltcnvillc • . • • • Won Botor. R chord C . . . . Ballard Wolfer Lora ford »»o Bobber, Retort le J« . . . Boric ', Ao on Hyoid ♦•■ • ’• • . . . Defray Beoch . . . . Fort M)tn , . . Mom Beoch ft Borne . John M .... 8orrett. Williom Herv , Jr n«e Borry. Gyey Ne l on . . . Bo , Leon Worw k in . . . . Jocixrwrtlle ... St Augntne Bouett, Horry 0 .... Boynord W ''om »0 Bench, Eugene Hynltcn . . .... Qll«Kf ... St Pefcriburg Beo refer., Jehn G...............................................Drlo-nl 6 Bennett, Jetn Wroy.......................................... ... M on 8«oion, Jehn Joveph • ...........................................Cor -., i . Bentfcy. ToVrocije Co w (l................................Writer How Bert, Hordd R......................................................Haora ft Bert. ktn G................................................Hosora 8 hop. George 0. Jr »« ... . . £yt rd «♦". J f ............... vr Haven 8r orv . Emeit L..................................Ft. loudcrda'e ft 8'vrn, Henry W «■ .................................Georwater Block. W W.................................................Toiyw« BJor'k. Rafe J »o..............................VY«! Palm Beoch Rirofe . leu M ......................................Go raw'll SOPHOMORE ACADEMIC 6fcx d, Ncrmon.........................................LoVe Worth Bk»nr6crg. Doed M...........................................Mrxn Boerner. Nan L.........................................Gonrw.lle Bomcy, Rthord W..............................................C tv r Bar , A Thornes •«......................................Jocksawtle Bos. W'lliom Johan »»..............................Hombm N Y bn f, O o»ies W .... Ortondo Brody. Jomes E ng...................................... ☆ Brandcn. Charles H « . . . - Wk City Branded, WJ”am Cl«t........................................Sefcrmg Bray, Co»ey H............................................. Gtxden Brener, Charted «A...........................................Worr. Bre er. J«w A. Jr "Ai......................................Soli Spresgs Bre-Arr. Morin H, Jr » ..............................West PoWn Beoch Bre cr. SA»yW ♦ ............................................Ft • Snips, Do kI W. a.............................................OrlonA) Brodenct, Mor d........................................M.W V-ngs Brodkrfc. Jaw A ......................................FVjnorro C ty Brooks. Candler A.........................................Brodcnlcn Brc»n. J n Colton • ".........................................Mom- BroAn, John MocP1 Cvdo..............................Hilude, N J Bro n, Rue Lone «♦ ...................................Ft BraA» T F »'» . . . Si Peter-Hjrg li AO, Walter A, Jr l" . . Tompo Bnnd .- H«kah Burns, B.H» Bryjn x«................................West PoWn Beoch Boiler, W'Hoa M «......................................Camrta, Go B «C. R cho»d Copln...............................................Ft M r Bsrd. Rct rl Ernest..................................Gwmnlle Campbell, Jock M . . Comon, DookH A.................................Son Anlcne Carasik, l ard H »«•..............................Jockvwlk Corefoot, George H ■ ................................Fori Meade Cortaltes. Peter Gabr l. Jr.............................Joctscmille Carisen. Herbert Enor...............................West Palm Beach CorlKn. ReOwn W •» . , — 94 —ACADEMIC SOPHOMORE Comwchoci Woldo S West Pofm Beoch Cormcno, J E........................................Key Wot CoetoM, Joseph R.......................................Kwumct Cor to. 0 M. Jr........................................Boytod r Coves, Retort M . . Cham, AJvn Philip Onndlcf, W'Hom H Cht-.ton Jor o K.fk. n» Christ . Joseph N «a Chschitl, Winston Henry Ctork, Gorge Beoch . Oo»ke, Jchn LoJ . . tismesfeod . V-orr. Go new Me McIntosh Woshnjtcn, D C Sprmgtiek). Mott . . Brodentcn . . . lofcefcand OavMt. Don L "AX.....................................Ft Mien Cooney. Jomcs Mtllon .... Tonpxi Ccfch. Corral Eiom...................................Ft Myers CockreU, Joseph Osbcrne............................Jocksomlle Coltee, Ckwde Willoms. Jr......................................Mon Cohen, Roimcnd W ................................. . Jocksonv Co'l m, E R-chord lx Cdlm. J Ernest...............................................Perry a Cc m, Onoi Bervn.............................. . . UmoMlo Ccmbv. K-roce G............................. ... Jocksormll Comtontine. Ttamos Joseph n« . . . . Goarnotcr Ccnrctmonn. Pool August..................................Momi Cocksey. Romcn Oond . Cormock. John G . . . Ccunhjn. Arthur H Comstcn, Dov d Y 4« ToUahouce . Key West M omi Beoch . Buvhncll Ccvngtcn. E 0 W . . . ....................Pkyif City Conen, Willom J.................................... Rtvcr Jmct-cn Consort, John Lcjetmc .............................St PetcnHsg Cc . Done Monro " ♦ . . BUjur.f.tonn ft Crott, Jchn W , . Cron . Reuben Bennett «♦ Creol, Chorles Ednord . . Cromer. Dan« Hogon . . Ganesnlle Jockscnvtlle . Ekenrtl .Lok »sd -95-SOPHOMORE ACADEMIC Crenel, ftcfcert Ff def k.....................................R»v«fO CrocJuhor . J A . Jr..................................St Au( At.ne Crouch, R T, Jr...........................................Go-oes ll CUbreoth. CS l« £ «.....................................Torrpo Cut ,8 Co-' Done, RimHI $ ?( . Do» Gto-oc B Oo.rt, Lo rence C . Momi Beoch . . Womi M omi Bcoch . Lcnburg 0®. , V .llom £.............................................W.Hrttco Oovy, V olic' Wcodeord »«........................Woih-ngtoo. D C rVjKrvcr., J«1 €fy Earl ............................... Dcol, CoH P..................................................Imemett ☆ Dnn.R(«dW.....................................S« AuguMme DeGrolf. Henry.......................................Mionw Deforce. $o o Ewce ..............................Gomovnlle iVMif o, W.llom FW...................................Miom OfVonp, Mo Fuller....................................Feet fierce DeWiM. W.nom T ♦!.................................Doylono Bcoch Dtdtfnon, l»4e CroMe................................... Dow. Jorw RMp. Jr............................................TmTO r Doty, RAefl $......................................Dekond Deoiled .......................................lake Worth Doyle, W.iion Steele...................Yong« Idond. S C Deo dy, Ted E « ...................................Wore. r Dro v Ret ' A.........................................l« « Butler Ouckeorth. FronV A....................................Jockjcnv.llc CXcwoy, Glen.................................................Md no CXncon, Gordon Alexoder, Jr .......................ToMoho%ye« D»oa,ci. Leo ♦ ......................................JockvonnBe Eckf-Hd. Kenyon C....................................Lake Worth EdwonK, Alex H "«♦.........................................Torrpo Edftordv. G bcr t TH mi....................................OeLond Exhtfberger, Robert J «« ....................................Eujt Eldridgc, Mar n C................................................Altho Ekboih. Eojene f W..........................................Ptntoccto £i: v Arts ■» ( %, Jr m....................................Charo f-y O O Cs dkiikJkJk L2J 2k 3k': 5 9 1 r i 'L A a o dkd yA a i Ll » a Stk Aik r o o a ti A Ci | a — 96 —SOPHOMORE ACADEMIC n ft ft ii ft m'M i '■ ft vl+'M 1 jL ft ft a 1 ft ft dfkafik ftl lei ft ft ft ft dUkc k M Ella, Ed « ....................................................... Tonvo Engle, Rofph londo, Jr. ♦.............................Coro Gabies English. George I.............................................GreenvJ’. Enwright, John Goodman ................................St Petersburg EttngoM, Nat V.........................................Jockson»'lle E ernghom, R hard I n ...................................Oearwoter Fabr k, Arthur L..........................................Gomesxdle Foircloeh. Willxsm Eod.....................................Ch «lond oseph Denson Jr • V. t WmBlOCk Farr.ogton. Cec-I Frocy ....................... Ft Louderdale Foulk, WiHom »Vn ord.................................... Cocoa Foulkner, Nbrmeo A.................................Jockscnville ☆ Fectfer, Mymon Brinner...................................Ccrol Gable Femberg, Roy............................................St Petersburg Fernonder. Frank J..............................................Tarrpo F CQue»te. Horry Stephens "« .......................... V.nter Gordon ☆ FSonogon, W.'Jom Wo-te.........................Sc hence tody, N Y Fletcher, Howard V,...................................Greensboro Fogle, John M.........................................Gomesv.lle Force, Harley M ..................................Doytcno Beoch Fort, Richard A........................................................Fort Meade Fortner, J Leroy re.................................................Torrpo Fowler, DaixJ Covngton......................................lcu« v lle, Ky. Fowler. Totoert B....................................................Bortcw Fronco, OonvrK Ke m.t...................................Ton- » Frouerhem. Wolfe Gord:». TO . . So'ovceo Freeman. George R................................Chattahoochee Freeman. Wilbur $...................................ToUahatvee Frenbecg. Lccro'd Borlon.................................Mami Beoch French, Wiliam 1 homos ......................................Mami Freoon, Pete House...................................Hew Port R h y Frost, Jock H. let............................................Tompo r Fuller, Molcdm E........................................Gonesville Funderburk, Thomas Jock son, Jr..........................Gonesnile Gable, Alex S ..........................................Lake Cty Goge. Fred H, Jr »o Pensacola -97-SOPHOMORE ACADEMIC Gotr«fl, Fred Ocnold..........................................ForlekJ George. Horry Eugene.......................................Gonesvillc Germom. R M..............................................Joekvonviii Gbborn, Som M to...............................................Tor©o it Glbert. Rob«rt I............................................Jockscrw.lle G em. Woodflfci Wilson............................................Movcro Gfcrrer, Le«nS............................................Doytcno Bcoch Gtfdnon. Fh.Mo ?«♦.................................................QcoSo ☆ Goodroe. Oorirt Ttbo..................................Pfcant C ty Gorden, WJson.....................................Defir-ok Sgrngs GcukJng, Robert L rr...............................Ft Loudcrdole Gourley, Albert Donold • »..........................St Petersburg it Gobom, Lee, Jr ut.....................................Gonesv.ile Geen, Cborles Fredr k ..................................Live Ook Geen. Ceorge B L.......................................Gomesv-H Greer-e. J P » ........................ Jock som ' Geene, Thomw L A A......................... Gomes. i« Grere omdt Ed Gttwcll. Mrrcn 6.......................................Hamrstcod GiHith, NV Borre.....................................Gainesville ☆ Groom. Ri eti P.............................................Woo via Gossberg, Freder k S » •.....................................M »r. Guest, Ml.........................................Nr Smyino Be» »« G on. Jcbn Stc oman ... ToHohav-.'e it Hoos. W.lliOm s . . Habn, Jomes Le» s Horm »itr. Morns . Hofcek. Robert M . Eustis JocksomsUe Orlando Jacksonville ISamJton. Henry C..........................................Auollo rtyrtn, G P . Jr......................................Totlabossee Homptcn. Jomes Jo»rcl ...............................Okeechobev Hy v«n. John Ednord n ...................................Or ond it Hartxn, R-chord Ednord .....................................Momi Hormon, Dov A............................................Wmter Haven Horns, Wilt rr Jomes......................................Jacksonville Harrison, Ckymce M, Jr ■ ...............................Ro'metto O, C ff. cx Ml b£k C C C C c a c c v2tf c ITS C C n c c l.dk -98-SOPHOMORE ACADEMIC ft! 9 dthdk 22 Ajk ik r2k ft ft o ft q A A q 9 22 22 M 22 22 ?2 22 ,22 Hornson, Joe Kirk...........................................Stamrock Horriion. Thcmos C ....................... . . St Lou . .VV Hortrron, Eorl R «......................................JocksortnUe Hortsien, Herbert H............................................ Mom' HowVns, Cloude R Horen, Willis Durol Heath R C. . . Me cf, Pool H . . . . Eust West Po'm Beoch . . . Bartow . . . Wflrrj ☆ Henderson. C Ebgrne • ...............................Trft owee Mendsn, Alim H......................................Ft Louderdole Healey. Arne L....................................Dcfinok Spr.ngs Henry, AJIcn K......................................Ft Louderdolc ☆ Henry. Chester W......................................$t Petersburg Herrvton, Jock R.......................................Lake Gty Merrn. Thomas E « .........................................Pensocota M jrtoJhorr. Cl»dr T , Jr. «............................Jockvcm.Ue 6 Hmdery, Geargc A rr................................... . . Del orx) Hodge, John Cfcuglos, Jr......................................Polotko Hodges. Joe E «........................................loke Ct Hogon. Jomes Eorl...........................................Pensocola Hogg. Jock Lrvngston Cleorwoter Hollond. W Corl..............................................Bortow HoHcmo . Jornes Robert “ ................................Fort Perce Holkjms. D M...................................................Momi Holton. J Jvs H.........................................Plant City Holtsnger, C E , Jr Tempo Hooten. Clnt L............................................ Eusfis Home. Fronco W.................................................Auo to ft Horton, Willom H ...................................Hones City Hosford. Jchn William, Jr.............................Taliahossee Moustcn. Hubert Todd ...................S« Peter- urg Howordl Robert P...................................Winter Garden Howell. Charles Buchanan...............................Ft Louder dole Howell, Gerald Lonor.............................................Morn Howell, Jock Frank.......................................Jacksonville Howell, L M..............................................Jacksonville — 99 —SOPHOMORE ACADEMIC Ho ll, Tom D ...................................South Wor Hu o «........................................Ft LouderdoV Huffman, W U 11....................................Torpcn Spring Mhfetrt, W .iom Herbert ..............................Pcnvocoto Hunt, Bon L ".................................................Mom. Hurley, W.ltam T................................Green Cove Spring K »tcn, V.MIiom Putrid............................No Sm»mo Bcoch Hufchmyyi, Robert L, Jr................................Joctaortnllt Ihrq, Dove •..........................................Wmtef Pod Ingmon, Robert BJr t .....................................Mam Jorretl, Elbert N.............................Gokhbcro, Md Jorvo, Jontt S........................................M Onopy Jeffcoot, Robert N.......................................Piont C t Jed . Oonotd 1C. Jr ut..................................Joek»n, e Jtnrvxn, John Oiorte- Jr o .... . . Jo: I vx» e Jefkim. Thomo S...........................................Saraioto r John en, BE.................................................Jock or?» lle Johmon. ChoH . McCoy, II ... Jacksonville Johrwon. Gordcn $ 1 1 .... .... Gomev-Uo Johnvn Henry W...........................................Go ne vl'e. Ala John-on, T K, Jr »« Olond) Johmon, V lorn L nA . .... Jacksonville Johnucn, Robert Cotcn . .....................................Webiter John rone. Jome W :om. Jr »...................................M-omi ☆ Jcne . Cob n Mor ho .......................................Mam Jone . J P. Jr...........................................Umatilla Jone , Norman Date.........................................Archer Jone . Oliver Kendr k.......................................Perry ☆ Jone . Robert E...........................................Frmk bone. Jock Core ........................Coral GaWci Komey. Liggett I...............................Ft louden ? Keefer, Tom B Goinev»Hc Keboe. Jome Jcbn.................................Scheneetody. N Y Ketkw. Will«m B..........................................Brodentcn Kelly. John M......................................... Gometvillc Kemp. Jerrold Ed»en ..........................................Mam. O Cl Cl. Cl o o ft n 4 —100SOPHOMORE 21 H o %1 1% © ft dthAik O fti ft f. ft o t dk % fti i» ft ft o dkdkdkd ( ikdhdtk SL Cr - fTX dMdkkLA 1A1 Jk ACADEMIC Kemper, Joseph A ... . Kennedy, Arch us Thomas I Lole orxJ Kennedy, Joe GoHo y, Jr Jacksonville Kfcbe, George Ck n ATA .... Elisabeth, N J. it K«cld ter. L Neil . . . Ktrtlond, George Corrofl i . . . . . Corol Gable KleA Gerald J «♦ . . . Klenmon, c n Hon Xi Kawwnee it Klcner, George A Knight, HT ui Knight, Jell H Key Wot Krvght. Peter 0 n“ it Knc l t. Gordon 6 . Jf x x Brodentcn Knox, fronV D n« . . . Kc n. AJfred M . . . . . . M«omi Beoch Koimon, Ph.lip lining XC . . . . Morn Beoch it K upper . Jom« R ««♦ . Vero Beoch Kurland, Bern .... K-rtr. Charles V.hito» r I Locy. P D Jockscrmlle it Laird, Cub R . . . . . . . DefinaR Spring) Lorrfc, Philip) Lo-ftrxr . . lompp, E R, )• . . . lO'mon, DcnoW f “ Sonford it land, J n »4:rt.ng aia Apcplo lone. R M Miton longPard. Corl T homos Ul OrIond long)ten, R hord ). . . . . . . . St Augnt-ne it lovo, Henry ♦» JoeksonWI lovo. Rot- ♦r Jockwnvdle lothmghouse, Thonxn I . . . . . . W umofc Spr-ngv Icggelt. Charles lomor XAC Gokmdh it Leggett, ion -. Adeibert Macon, Go lem.re. Eugene H ... lesi . M C L ht«r»oo1fer. Homer 0, )t UI . . . . Short KtH, N J -101 -SOPHOMORE ACADEMIC bilott, William R chord......................................[Xxiedr) Lode . Pout Scati tan....................................Coral Goblei Lodvcy, Thcm» H « Mom. Litt!e4 ld. Douglas n« ...................................Late City ft Lena T. W ata Long, V .Hom Grovei, Jr »an . . . . Luttrcll, Jomes A I Me And re . Jomc-, Thomas, Jr ♦ . . . . . . St Petersburg Torrpo . . . Jacksonville ft McCall, Wode V .........................................Mayo McOe«or». George Storing ♦«»........................Pompono McCormick, Tcm C ..........................Tompo McCorm k, Wiliam Conner...........................Feet White ft McCftMul, Robert M...........................................Mom. McOonoldL ;omo S " ♦ Mom. McDonell, Roger WiUom..................................Ugh U ?- McElyeo, Stevwrt 0........................................Webster ft McLane, Waller F ............................Tempo McLoucNn. Arch Jchnscn........................Fa.rfip'd MrLeod. Johmc Allen............................Lockhtyl UcMnhv . Fror. P ato ............................Tompo ft McMullen, TTtmos R.......................................Tarrpo Mocker, Pot................................................Mam. MocLIer, Cdnord D........................................Torrpo Mognuson, Front N..........................................Mom. ft Morning, FdvuyJ M, Jr.................................Jacksonville Mono. Sidney G...........................................Ho thorne Mosiers, Wilfred G • .........................................Mom. Motheny, Eil«n G..........................................Sorosoto ft Mathews, Lo»rence Glenn..................................Redd k Maurer, Mark «.....................................Ft Lauderdale Moy, Mo«c D.......................................St Petersburg Mazo, Fissel...........................................Gooewillc ft MeeMem. Wdlom M......................................Crescent City M «gs, Wit cm Women........................................I'bccv.'e Meiner, Henry Theodore.......................................Orlando Mendel), jock Leon • ... ... Mom -102-SOPHOMORE ACADEMIC Mercer, WiHom G ...................................Momt Mer-wether, Owl« J. •"..............................Sonford MertFred W, Jr....................................Pemocoto M«o. Pod Lcu«v Jr,............................Key Wfct ☆ Meier . Poul L-llord.....................................Brodeoten V..:hod. Jeaeph W »..................................Wobouo MdJeten. Dav J Webtfrr......................................Pomono Mailer, Bernard I ................................Mioml Miller, Ocrotd £...........................................Vcrcno, Peono Miller, Pod D rp . We Palm Beach M iter. Reger fti« LoBeile Milk, £r Rotor id. Jr............................................Ccen r Witched, J A, Jr.........................................Jovcer Mock, Ketto Leon, Jr "»•..............................leeiburg Monk. W ion L« "«♦.....................................Go new tle Moore. Horold Preiton................................Auburndjle ■a Mortey, Rcfcerj id yd........................Si Augu%lne Morr.% John E, Jr Fl LoudeedVe Mom, Ben B......................................Mary City Mom. TFcrw E, Jr...................................Orlando Motto . Ntolhonet TC ..........................Blodensburg Md Mull ire, George W......................................Ocolo Munir, Jock Mordm.....................................Jockuyn '♦ Murphy Ed ard Morn ...............................Doytono Beoch Murrell, Willrjm H...................................Weiler Ma.cn M) ey Andrew L, Jr •« ...................................Son ford Non! , Jock Arlington ao........................... Inv Oo Neff, ftorotdK................................................P y Creile O Newton, J. R chard.......................................Bo»nw KVhefcon. Elmer Ckycnce. Jr. x «.....................Pereocoio Ned, Ed ord J............................................Euilo Nordron, Robert Ardrew..................................DcLond Normon, J Willom...................................GomeMille Norrd. Horry G.................................Credent Cily Nutteg, Wilbur F......................................Olando O'Hoy. Edno Word...................................GameM.lle -103-SOPHOMORE ACADEMIC a 9 o o- Rotten, J hn B..............................................Mongo Reomv, C J. Jr.............................................Lonont Recvev, Wolter Lou'i........................................Feldo Reg iter. Clyde CXw......................................Lokelond Reciter. Som T.........................................ToUohovser Re» emtcN. Mori Rcber t...............................JockvonvJ'e Rembert, Dont M A ........................................Tarrpo Rem-ngtcn, Chortei L.....................................Orky fc ■ R ki» Byrcn « ...............................................Go«w e R.dd kT John Frank...........................................Gomv e Rigby, Emcit Elan.............................................Mam Rcfcoscn, Clarence M..................................JocktonvJte O Rodgeo. fort G............................................Trenton Roger . jock................................................Perry Roger , Paul Grant • « .............................Ft Louder do Rood, Rayncnd S, Jr.....................................Bradentcn r Rose, A rKK M » ♦.............................................Mam Beorh Rote, Enm J »«•............................................ Mam. Beach Roven. Arnold P ..............................................Mam Beach Roth, ttoroid R.....................................................Mam. Robn, Irvng ..........................................Man Beach Rixnc i, Leo J...........................................High $pr ngv R an, Thorrav 0. Jr ...................................Doctor Inlet SaWcw. Ir«.ng L Jockscnv e Saltnev, hfarmon T......................................BrooM.n N Y Sanchez. Butler Moll......................................PV )t C'ly Santcne. Joieph Albert «...........................................Mam Sarou. H Oadcv Jr »« . . .... W«t Polm Beach ☆ Sotcher, Morofd Lyo ood...................................Gonew ll Sounderv. Potf k H a . . Sorovoto Softer, John Alec " ».......................................I t Soyff . Joel w «♦..........................................Orlande. $a on, Roy F.............................................Tampa Schout, W John ato ...............................Brodentcn Schmdt. John 2 ... .................................Knvmmee Schoch, WJIred LeRoy »«.............................Goneiv.l -105-SOPHOMORE ACADEMIC ScW;, Henry Elbert........................................Writer Hot«n Scott, W on R • «....................................................Mtomt Se ert, WiUxyn H axa...........................................JocksorntNe Se ry, CMrln Ehrn............................................We. ter Pori. r Seilen, Th»r o-. V.' Set«r, Elmer J «• Sew in. Cod Frcdr'-cl. Sc«k- i. Worley ice . . Jocl.vcrr.illc . . JoctsonviHe . . . Penvoctfo . West Polm Beoch Seymour, Conord L..........................................Bofbtftnilc Shorrtajgh, S S O......................................... Jocksonnile Sbehon, Joseph lou«s..............................................Morm Shepord, Clifford B.......................................Jocksonvtlfe Shepord, R . Shermon. Chortes D, Jr Sboemokc . Morro E . S 'wrron, Mori. R Jocl.Mnrr.He Aven Port. Gonevville WoutFwto 4 Sermon, W M . Sermon, Wdtam H Snjtr, Arthur . . S stn»rvk, Perry A . . Bruce . Mod'Vcn Mon Beoch . W.ll-vtcn 4 Stogie, IoacH E ATP Sfoot, Roy Jul.uv Smith, Arthur Sntllef . Smith, George Oort . Ft Loudfrdole , JockvcnyiHe White Sprngs . Mom. Smith, J03V E A»o , Smith, V■ .m 6 Smith, M:crn Smith 0»en B . . . Wevt Polm Beoch . , . , Totrpo . , . Mom • . . . Broofcsv.He r Smith, Robert Gr.tfn...........................................Tompo Smxl, Rurie Arrbier....................................Oelroy Booch Snot , Bcuvve Hamilton • .......................................Mom. Snyder, WoHcr Overtcr ... Corol Gobies t4 Southed I. W.llom H. Jr «i.........................Jocktcnv lie Sprngcr. Robert ..................................... Hollywood Spent?, Rcbert Lowrcnce w.........................Mon Beoch Squires. Corl M • "................................Corol Gabies -106ACADEMIC SOPHOMORE Squire James F.............................................Ocolo Stonio. Ernest Lee......................................Gotnewdle Storing, Royrrcrvd Hugh • .................................M om Srwwfrom. Orn Douglas T® Sonford •ft Stct KTii, M hod Ycxng..................................Brooksville Walt R •....................................HolyvOOd Still, Homer E, Jr......................................Jocksonnlle Stocks, Moulton C........................................Frostproof ft Stokes, L S..................................................Orlando Story, Chorles ax..............................................Edgar Stouter re, Jehn 6 ".................................... Jocksom c Striping, Eorl L.............................................Orlando ☆ Stulls. Pool.............................................Gainesville Subemnen, Jock M......................................NUjrm Bcoch So 1.von, chn P •«........................................To'ahossee Teutsch, Kurt Tte....................................Lc-p; , Germany G To», j.'titk A.............................................Sonferd That !, Henry F..........................................CXmellon Thoyfr, Henry S DeLeon Sprngs Thomos, OKor M, Jr to................................ . Gomes ’ 0 ☆ Thomas, Paul O..........................................Sebrng Thompson, De«itte Tolmoge, Jr......................Go-n sv e Thompson, SheVdm Strmger ......... loke Woles Thorpe. Horry Rowlond ................................. Van ☆ Throop, Kenner M. Jr...........................................Mam ThbaS. Hcnvord Vnvcn.....................................Umotillo TI man, Benjamin RyOn 1 1 ... .... Tompo Torino, Mory.................................................Tompa ☆ To»ne. Dudey Porch t . Townsend, Wesley C . . Tcvivan, Lou'S Albert . Troger, Shelby MorokJ •• . . . Tompo . . St Petersburg . . GomesvUie . . Sr Petersburg ☆ Tre»mon, Mcnroe W...........................................BrooksvU Turlington. Rolph D 1,1 Gonemtte Tum f, Barney ElK sirth ......................................Vom. Tyson, James C.............................................Si Cloud -107-SOPHOMORE ACADEMIC Uftor-ron, ft kf.v C'O oni •« Morr-Jyxg, Other. Po AAxroy.............................................M-om. Von de Mot ter, Vincent Oodei.........................Doytono Beoch VonO,kc. W cmL.Jr « « . . . .... Tompo ☆ Voughon. Will-om ?.....................................Cre tv w Voughn, Chort« A.......................................Umotilk) Wolef Horry Adory, i' ATO .... Polm Beoch Wolden, D G.......................................Vod vsn WokVon, Ed«ord Jome-v ♦ »..................... . . Metn Walker, Billy C....................................Jockvortv.Ue Wo!»c', Do» d Mothewt "« ............................Ho n« City Wolktf, Hugh Ruwetl......................................Lomcnt r Wolker, Jchn Thomoi....................................Gomemlle Word, Frcder k Rofe jh n i...............................Rcdfek WordL Robert WAIom........................................M yn Wett. C c-I Eugene •....................................Tampa ■Ct Wet6, Robert W, Jr...............................St Auguit re Werterg, Arthur Lee..............................Miomr Beoch Wer e. $om..........................................W»x «u 0 We-.ii, Donald G . ... . . JockionnUe •Ct We L W Jomei............................Pioni City We. er. Hordd FVry ♦» .... . Jock tom e Whitoker, Oorte. C . . . . .... Torrpo Whitehead, Buell Lee....................Fort AAi«r% Whitehall. WiIlKyn Jock, II . W.Hnton Whiting, Jcbn Jiveth • ...............................Morr Whifng, R chord Mjtcn..............................Goinewit WKtmon, Dudky •♦c...............................Mom. Beoch ☆ Whitney, Vemcn W.........................................Tempo WJbonkt, W.llom H , Jr..................................Borrow WJKyt, WJtiom M C «.....................................Quncy Wiilorm, Oeon H, Jr................................Jockicrwllc WJloms, Gotten M....................Bahne1! WAOWS, Jock H ..................Crow C.ty W. o-m, );+r H, lr sac , , ....... Tampa W.ilorm, J Worth «s...............Lake Kerr -108-o 2 w Q O c w pc; O 2 O Ph O C 3 i- “S'. N M f CD 2 ills V »- r g jfif i1 ’ :j 3 I o « 'I HII ;!, lill Hi J -5 s! .ill §1 lift c C % c J Cr rt il! f H! M FRESHMENFRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS -112- Tcm C Young Herbert A. Hunmeutt AlbcrtusJ Cone . . . . President . Vice-President Secretory-TreosurerAchenboch. Hortsng.........................................Otondo AcLcrmon, Philip Oodd, Jr . .........................Fori AS Addngtcn, Mour :e Hills rr..........................Iol.e'and Agnrr, John Roy e...........................................Perry Atmondt'. Sol Mrfjm Alford, Arthur 8s ton.......................................M—tto Allen, Bertrom W «« .................................Oeor ater AJt«n, Toney, Jr....................................JocLscrtyille Aly, Dcuglos Betheo..................................South Boy Anderson Elwood Mered th.............................Dode City Anderson, George C.....................................Hoflondaf Andersen, Henry William..................................Brorxfcn Andeoon, Jock E ♦....................................JocksorwtHe Anderson, Jomo 6, Jr. It.................................WoucKr’o Anderson, Kcmeth Wf l .................................Cantonment AraJey, Bovcom Hubert.......................................Tompo Amiey, Gus E................................................Tompo Armstrong, Emeh Dean....................................Mont «4lo Arnett, Bo»d Thomas...................................JocLsomil'e AmcAJ, Cecil luews........................................Pemocda FRESHMAN Arnold. Jesse L AT ......................................HAe Sand Arnontr, Albert Sol ♦......................................Tompo Amov'ts, Nothan A . . Mom Arrington, C Fred M ■ft Ashton. Creghton Athey. CMford S . . . . At I. ns, lourt Jomes Mn Amin, Donald Pool Boil. D®nd E, Jr . . . . Boll. 0 Horny Bomermon. Jomn Cdcs . . Borbcr, Cho»les Former . . . ■Ct Barter. Harold Joseph . . . Bor- Or, E Wd Stearm AI . Barney. Andre Johnson, Jr ■ Barr, Thomas Dorsey . . . Tompo . . Ft Louder dole . . . Gnffn, Go Bony, Robert Jones . . . Bortholf. Front X . . . . Batemon. JocV Ho ord . . Botemon. Jesse Decofu' . . ACADEMIC —113 —ftll ft g g i ft ft lL$k Q JL ft dtk. fx- ft dk O ft. a. dkdk ft ft c dkkkdh O, f FRESHMAN Boughmon, Themay Potr k...............................Modocn, S 0 Bocmer, G Horry................................................Momi Boiemore, Woll«r Ort ♦«................................R t City Beordylfy. V. R . CWaiuon it Beormon, Juluy Edwn TC ...................................Mom Bcoch Beayfcy, Woltcr C............................................Torrpo Beotty. J FrortUei.......................................JockyonvAf Becker. Jock ♦.........................................Jockionv.Qf it Bel, Themay J •.........................................Gcney )'e 8cn omrf», L WoMer, Jr...................................Jockjcnv V Bernett. Tom W gny u...................................Bobion P yk Bemon. Bm yrvn Pool.......................................Pr.nceton it Bmtychner. Rocket ■ ..........................................Tempo Bergmoer. Mellon Homer........................... , leeyhurg Bergylrcm, George Fenton................................Jockyonnlle Berm , (fcno'd S................................ ... St. Peferytxxo » Bev. n k, SdYy L . . ... M orr 8eo:h B-ggor, Dond McCray .... Tonya B 'i»,Ro AJton................................. ... Cryytol Rr.«r Bnghom, Robert Coro ......................................Pcrooco'o ACADEMIC Bn . Bo»r . . . . Charley A to Bloke. Richard Sanborn Btonco. Diito . . . . Sorovolo Gonevnlle GoneivJle . Tonya it Blood, ArtHx M . Batond, Ard cy . Bolt, John F »o Bonwner, Clifford K loke Worth . Wo: • mo . Son ford Ft Meade ☆ Bcrd, Eugene lowefl........................................Penyacoto Boone, Don d M ♦ . Wcyt Po‘m Beach Bacnc, Emory Eugene. Jr........................................Borth Borden, flberi W, Jr n ... Tonya ☆ Bomylcm, JtV an Joveph............................ . Cfoemcnt BotUord. Nkymon lypnycotl, Jr ... . TituSV'lle Bowman, 0 R. It AT Penjoccto Boyd. 0 Dmd................................... Icwa C«ty, lowo Boyte. Pdui Lain........................................Iceibvg Boremon. Don Trova............................. .... Iceytxrg Brodxim, Joe W, Jr. • • . . St Petenbu-g Brody, leu-y PodKeyt......................................Cocoa — 114 —!ft C ' 4 «Bo c ft if a ifodkmkdfh ft ft ft, ft. 6f0n» , C Frontlet , Brorrf, W»tJom Eugw . 8rcr ti Joel. Coon i" 8 ran fen, Clarence loRoy . Broy, S H a a Brewer, Henry Bronycn . Brewer. Horry 6u( .tw A Brewn, E J o?d A . . B'Own, Herbert M Brown, Jerry .... Brown, Jeel Glbcrf A« Brown, Oiand Mo»jyi Brown, Retort Horten, Jr . 8rcwn, R ha d R, Jr 4,0 Brown, S Brodlcrd Al . . Br,; , : .. Arthur A.fjavtu to 8r on. Willie D. . . . Bryant, Chorlei S, Jr . Bryant, Front Otbocn, Jr BuW. Jetot .... . $e fcrd Brodmton . 1 itutotlle Gomeynlle . C'tro Monomo Peteriburg . . Clearwater W-nter Garden . Coral GaNcy . . Peayxdo . . . Detond Wevt Polm Beach Weyt Palm Beoch . Monv . . Baler . . Torrpo . Joctscnv.tie . . Ocota FRESHMAN Bullord, Murray N................. Binby, Joe N...................... Botch, Moc........................ Boiler, Roymond Webster. Jr i Boiler, Thomos Inder Botterl eld. Thcmos J Byrdt Benyjmn F . Byrun. PoJ Bonky Coidwell, Robert R Compbell. Bob Edwo ComptoH, Forreyt B Copdoto, Revton 6 . C ortho If, Ed . ' Onocn Corliyle, Al Kay . . Corlten, Bruce Wr ht Carter, Roy H . . Corxno, Auyt n X . Cory, John Robert . , . . Waaihulo . . Euvtiy Brooklyn. N V . Miomi ACADEMIC NT •AO . Slujrt Borlow . . . . St Peteryturg X" . . . . Ft Loudcrda’e ' ——ft M . . , •A . . , Ta'Vobowee ToHahosvee Storke Areodo Odando Opalocko -115 'yJLsl ft ft ft ft Aft B ft ft 9 0 dfk O O ft A a A ft (ft mAtdtik ft A A ft ft C. dk ifti ft II ft ft dk FRESHMAN Colon, Jomci F. ♦AO ..................................Jockjcmille CosmH, John Dougioi...................................... 0« hct« Cmterime, Ho l [ s' ........................................Ocoto Cotledge, Wotcy W, Jr......................................Modion Chorrpln, W ’itom Gordnrr r« ..............................Pemocolo Ch k, Robert L..........................................Gotneiville CM . Ho-ord..................................................Boric- Chrsre, W WL "«» Jockwiv.llc Chritfmon, Lewi Eknorc . . jocki rv,illc Ckyk. Ace ♦...........................................loke Woki Cork, Hcyny worth Ke:nc ♦ . . ... Ft P r«e Oow»n, Hamer Rchey.......................................... Mon ClOytcn, Chortei W.nUcn, Jr..............................Lne Ook Cloyfon, Wilion MokoWi..................................Live Ook Ctoie. Chorlei W- iom........................................Ocolo Ooie. Emory Harm.............................................Miomi Guff, Nymon Albert.................................Punto Gordo Oyott, William L, Jr..................................PoVnetto Cobum, Roy M......................................Eog’e Lake Cockrell, Thyw»y P?eiton............................Jockumillc ACADEMIC Codr vjtcn, Cloy C . . Jorkvynle Co cy, Robert George n,t ...............................Orlondo Cohen, Lowrence ............. . Mom Beoch Cole, Wo ne Led ..................................Writer Hovtn r Coke. Royrrvrd F X .... . . $t Aj Atme Cokmon, Ahm Debno........................................MrAlpm CoHmj. Fronklm Brown......................................Oneeo Collim. Horry L, Jr....................................Umotillo Cone, Al Jmn vgy x ................................Jockvom lie Coolev. George Milton..............................Lynn Haven Cocnev, Roymcnd Fk—ord.............................Winter Ho»en Comel-ui. William Tcvxhtcn wu .... Woycrovi. Go Carry, W.Horn Wo dm l..............................Qu-ncy Co . Jomei L............................................takclond Co . John S..........................................Jocksom.llc Cremhaw, Jomn Ruudl n« Ork l Crcmorte, Joel Bloke.....................................Tollohoiu Cromofte Willom Grod ox ............................... Talloto v Croiby, John Akkn...................................$on Wall Cr©y lond. Ckm C...........................................BrodenK 116 —oElixcy, Cec»l Ctorcncc..............................Oo icmo Bcoch Ehberry, Guy Mcrvce........................................W«aouns Emerson, D Ctoyf-cn rf . Mooncpy Emmcm. Loo'cocc 8 tone hod..........................Doytono Bcoch r Errpe. John Freemon AT .................................Ortondo Ende«oto, Tony............................................Sonierd Emgn, Gro.vn Morr«-r ©i............................. . Gones i Ereivon, £r A.........................................Hoftonda'e Er lien. A Ifvng X ..................................West RoWn Beoch ErxJeton, Albert Ernest............................. ... Jockyjm l Eitorg. Andrcoi Abraham .... Nrw York. N Y Evom. H Weston..............................................BroeAwlie Forobee, Ltoyd Bofemon Fou rwr, Fred. Jr xw F«htd. Atorf T . . Feutoerg. Hubert S . Otondj ■Vtorv Bcoch Jo:l%cn.'l!c . . Tempo Fe 'bog. Lc »r r»:e 1 • ... Morn. Femondex, Joe karron...............................................Tampa Fcrrartoev. Joseph.................................................Tampa Fe»etl, M'lton Lamar...............................................Tampa FRESHMAN ACADEMIC f dng. Leonard, Jr f Sorud Mjrlwn Fnhcr. Alg Lesley . F-l.-r, Don F Jn •, a© Fton-agon, Eorl F-ndrr.-l xx Flo . Seth D................... Fltfochmjn, Gortfcn Keith Fl. n.««g. F , £:.r . ♦ Flood. E Lloyd Floyd. Joe ... . Fogto. George W-ii-om Ford. Chyles Shdby . Fomcy, Retort Cd-rvnd . F« ifo«i, Moron R . . Fo tor. A tort L . Jr ♦ Few, George » . . Ftonkin. BenyOmn LeMC Frond, Donold AM . FntX, Ivon I P, Jr . . Fry. John H. Jr . . West ftokm Bcoch . . J0cl.v5ny.lle . . . Tompo . Mom Ortorxto , . Mom- . . Odond? FI Louder cto'c . Frcylprcd . . Arcodo . Moltandjle Crescent City Jock vcm-lie . Crash- Jockvm.lle Mot - Bea.h . . Sncodv West F olm Beach . . Mom. . . Jockyony.ll« —118 — 3  ft mm, X % % X ft mb mk ft © ,«Li a ft i k. (ft il a 4 wEuA' ft dSk ft ft Fiiferd, Cdc Goglordi. Fronk Anthony . . Gammon, V. tom Lomor “ Gordxf, Henry H » ♦ . . Gory, A E;iu..................... Gamer, W om EtSvord ° Garrett. George Henry • Gatlin, Retard Derby Geneou, kta Pawl • Gentile, Jomcs J » Gertard. Ckn Von.................. G rrrcnd, Gorth Spencer . •Cl GbiOn, Lecmxd Petersen I G Hesp . Don M a™ G-IVr, Jomes ak G»OSS. Corter Alien . . . Godmn, Albert Leroy Godwin, Clortnce H-lton . God m. Uorstall R . . Gaefseh, WokJo Will-am, it • • . . Tomfo MerchontsvBe, N i • . . Moronro . . . Tompo , M am Fort Myvis Brodcntcn Jockscmntle . Jockscrmllc Go-nesviile . . . Momi . Sc«nof, Wrt Totiotouee Feet Myers Crow C ty . Penvocokj . Y . ChpUv WolnA Hit . Sonfced FRESHMAN ACADEMIC Goldberg. Aorcn Robert «♦ Goodmn. Morrn Wrle'd nice Gordn, Ednard nA Gordon, Lons-ng .... H Grossly, L B, Jr Griffm. B Ernest Griffin, i Bythcwood Griggs. Cory Hardee . . . . Mom-. . JoeLicnyille . . . . Tompo . Defurvck Sprngs Nemberry Jockscrndte Jocksorrnlle . Olo oho r Grimes. OcnoW Willom Grwvertocher. lock Ckoson Gn emten. Robert Peek . . Guthrie, le n H »»n •Cl Hogon, Eugene Mcrr.ll . . HoM, C n W hen . . . Hoi lock, Frederick A Horace, Christopher domes . Polmctto Plymouth . Deland Jotkscnv- ' . JoCk«nvi»le . . Son lord Potchoguc, N Y . Jockscnv-He it Monk ns. Moron S', .onus T0 Monjor, Chories K TO Monsen, Korl M . Monvnger, Mehoei kfn . . Tompo LoVr+and . Toitohossce . . Mom i — 119— Ci Ot Q O jh JkHansen, Frank C...........................................Kenwood Hard , George Bo-n, Jr....................................Miami Morion. R hyd H........................................Gometvillc Mormon, Jomet fredor V..............................Writer Kij.cn Harper, George Woodrow...................................GoinmiHe Morrison, Frank Bradford............................ Writer Mov«n Morfrton, Gilbert G.................................Jockvonvi.’te Morn J. V ♦«..........................................GoineinO ■Cr Mart. Somuel C......................................BrooksvJV Motty, Roymcnd Virg-I................................Son ford Motch, Rebert £......................................Bronfcrd HathowOy. Jim.......................................Penvoccto ☆ Motion, Thum-on T, Jr........................................Bartow Hubert Sionmn .......................................Torrpo Howirn. Ctoude Body.....................................Joekjcny.«e Howtos, Herbert CVj,»on, Jr »»................................Perry Moyw, Clyde........................................St Ooud Hoyet, Woodford Hom.lron T°....................Coral Gob'o Hoy xd, Roiond R.....................................Arcodo Heller, Pool, Jr.................................Flondotcwn FRESHMAN Heme, Den « ...................Tompo Henry, Gordn Fenton..........Wobosto Henry, Robert Mokolm « .Atlcnto, Go Herndon, Horoce F.........Lake Woles Merndcn, Thomot G......................................Manatee HrrokJ, Joseph Victor. Jr............................Mecotukee Htryhey, Son'o»d E................................Writer Haven Hdl, Jeflenon fVjrker.......................................la Crosse Minton, J Merer . . Chattahoochee Hirtch, Edwn Poed......................................Jotkscnvk Hitt, lew M t t....................................Miorm Beoch Hodges, Jomet C......................................Jocksonvv’te Hollmon. Corl SVy.m . Mogon, F Turner . . . Holland. WilUjm A ao Holmes Jomet SV ♦ . . . . Toilohottee . . . . Want . . Ft louderdoV . . . . Miami ☆ Hoi met, Rcvgrrt BoUJ » « Holt, Andrew Jomet . . . Holscr. Curt, Jr. . . . Horten. Chortet W, Jr , Joektenviiie . Bartow Pemoccka Mott ACADEMIC ft (5 a Jk ? cs 4 'hfk+'M a q q •i • - £ A M k kilufc kik —120 — 4k © « Jt4k itk o , ' 1 : CR O o 4k fX C% j Q 4k4k mk (S 4kmk4k a Jk 1 £ O Jkdk Kerr. Enoi £ . . . K r. Herbert K mboll, Corl A K.mmr . W-l-cm W 1 . . Miami Mom. Beoch . jocksomiil Hancock, M h K«jrd, Kenneth R K mg. Bloke ... King, Iro Lomor Kite. Waihngtcn Eod, Jr r Klerhorn, Willem Edword . Kmghl, Hoffy Frank . . , Knowicy. Oov G • Knew. Davd W .... . Creicent C r . . . Miomi . Dum llon . . . Miami St Cloud . . Key Weyt . . . Mem i . . . O K0 tr Knew. Robert Bettw . . . Kcboyoyh', Theodore Sokoye . Konetyky, Floyd Wolter . . . Kriyi r, III , worth Stout. II . . K .summer . Boco Raton Foofedole. Ro , . . Tarrco ☆ Krevsly, Mon e fdwnd Krai, Joseph Dcnoid . . Lorrb, Howard Rowton, Jr Lore oiler, Robert M . Orlando . . Korcno . Homestead . Kissimmee FRESHMAN ACADEMIC tong. Edward Alexander ... nrkwk. Lontr. Clay Robert .... ' U r. Ctaw, M M . U"‘'W—• ..... Lear. Warren S. . . lee. Eugme O u . Lee, Robert E »t Lee. Sud ry Walker " . . Votporno ER erton. Go . . . DeLond . . Brodmten LeMoyne. Jock R hord • M ? Untevt. Eugene ...................................... Lecnord. Chores .................................... 00 lessey. Ov Fronkln ................................” Lem. Nrd M "«♦..................................................Ft R r e Les-ne. Jerry tie ............................................Mom. Beoch Lews, f s.i A tie............................................. . Tampa Lew«s. ArtH £......................................................Sebrmg Lewo. Oscar Herman . . Le« Robert D c vt ■ Lebrrmon. Own tie L h». Lawn Herbert . . .... Lokelond . . . . ToUchassee ............... Odando . . . Ft Loudrrdole -122ft ft ft a tHh Jk ft a O mmk AftJI 'ft ft. ft ft » ft. ft o i rt ft ft ft. ft - - -r. .4 Mow, Dov j £»i Tt Mcdta, n .... Melonccn. CoVn M t hcll u Mcfwrd. Lam Arthur, Jr . GonesviUe . . Orlando Do-,r x i Bwh . . PO'mcHO it Mercbont, Front B . Merrm. W H . . . Merry, Milton Ho 0-‘fd . Metcalf, Gaytan Gilo . . . Sanfcrd . . Piont C»ty W«i Palm Beocb . . . Tompo it M Uei. J n W.llom...............................f, Lauderdale M ki. RolpA Fianfclm . . . . ;...................Mar, Spr Milter, Jocticn D Ml...................................Brodentoi Miter. No"W S »«•.....................................JoctwrMlI it Mite, Jock............................................Brooksvtlle Mih, Morvet A...............................................Come M i, Thomov CVm.........................................Brodtntcn M Hop, Ed« n Aut'Cy “......................................Torrpo it MicNHI. Fondren L .................................Toilohowee Moffett, ChorWi H..........................................A on Rot Mcniene o. Dond..................................Sonto a, Ch.J Montenegro. Enrxjje.............................Sonliogo, Chile FRESHMAN ACADEMIC Mcntgcmery, Koy C Moon, George F Moore. Jomei E Vo'd . . . Moore, Lor EV»xxJ . . . . . . Tafetouee Moore. Moe Reed « . . Mooty. Tom R SV»dv ) Oorence G . . . Morion Jdm V Ml it . . . Winter Mown . . O envboro, Ky Morrill, Eomrit Lee . Myrnon, Leroy E. Jr • Myr vcn. Stafford Mosev. Fh.l » k n .... it . . Ooylono Beo b . . . . Lake City Mmhed. Henry Albert. Jr . . Mc ot, Will-am J Mcwlc, ■ Mo:o, Waller MxLcod . . . it Mrvit, TeoJil J n .... Muggr. Rtterl Herman . . . Mullin',, Rod R MwmHI, R 0 «♦«... . -124-i ft ft O ftift a k+h dk 4k k ft ft- ft dik mmmil. % ft ft ft J. ft a ft y' k dk VVcry Hermon Ogden . W-: «yn Robert . NeeV. USn J ««• Ncc cy, Pouf James . A Newell, A thuf W ll«yn, Jr Newmon, Stuort Gordon tee Ne -nofV, Jercmc PNIp t n N cNtfson. Cy . . . . Nxo. JchnB 1« Mims, Howard T • » Norn WK«m V. Ill Nkncj, Rcfcert F Oo ley, Thcmos Daffm . O'Byme, frank McMotan . OXelley, Lee Fronos . OAloro. Thomos Cupm . Oe . Reccp.................. OsgxxJ. Harwood To icr. Jr " Oaco, Bonion 0............... Ow, Edwn E . . . . Benson Jmclcn . Jocksens.'e . . Morn . . hVrst rtV) . Leesbur-j F« Looderdolc Mon Beoch M om« Beoch Wot Polm Booth . NVorr. Booth Jotksonv- 'e . . . Torrpo . . Lckdond . Lake Woi« Jotksonvd'e Wmlcf Goiden Istanbul, Tiykey St Petersburg . . Otatoho . . . Torgo FRESHMAN ACADEMIC Potetti, O 0, Jr 00 . . . . Morn Palmer, W H . . . . . . Brodenton Pokm, Jufms P Tompo Porter, Ctoxcn Euclid . AJiocno Porter. William Dov s . . Porromore, Hubert Fort Partn. Charles Claytcrs . . Potterson. Jchn, Jr i Sarosoto Monanno K«svmmec Brocksv.llc Peodmon Leon P . . Peorson. Robert l . . Percy, George Vontc •« Perlrn. Charles D . . . . Pensacola . . . Tompa West Palm Beoch , . . H aleoh Pehrron, tloh P . . Perry. Charles Thcmos Perry, Leo . . Pcrtchow. Alfred George . Pensocolo Ft Louder dole . Jacksonville Winter Hosen Ph-ll os, Chorles M. it TO Philips, Chyles Newton . . PH ips, Dok CMford . . Philips. Hjgh J . ■ ■ $t Petersburg . KrSSmmje . Rock Stuff Jotkvorunl'e -125-n life ft k ft jk ft 4k ft WkM ft Js J ft 4k Cs, 4k ft. jv1 U J ', ft a ft 4k 4k4 dk ■ft at kkmsk a if fs kfk FRESHMAN Ftt.ll pt, M« f Orver n«A..............................................OlondC fti.tp.tf, MorshoH S, Jr.................................................Mwmt Platon, Chortic ° . Gomesv.lle P «n, Kenneth V .......................................................Vernon Ptetrqtr, Eorle.........................................St Petersburg Ptftner, Jock W.llom.............................................Lokckmd Pooser, Front. Moncn..........................................Mt Dcea Pope, Wn HomII nu . . Son ford ☆ Pcurher, Chc tcs W-’.lom . Pounds, Edmn H n«A Pc» «rs, Lee M . . . . Pjllcr, Wn W. n, IX . . Wouchuk) . . . Ocoee . . Debond Mom. Beach Purcell, Alexorvfer Lone Ppk-s, Som Lndrer 1 1 . j«gley, Fror i Vcmjr. eon Rolvton, John On. . . . . . . , Bronfcrd .... Ocoki . . Mom. Peach . . Ft Louderdalc Rotoo -, ictn R hvd.......................................Jocksorrville Romse-r, Arch e Wood......................................Cor of Gables Ronvyi, Jcmes M..........................................Dr’roy Beoch Roppopon, Oscor »«•................................................Mom. ACADEMIC Roulencn. Jomcs Morgorel Reoms, Albert Ourpee. Jr Redd k, Wton . . . Reddick, Mon-m , Lake Butler . Greenville . ShomrocL Avon Pork Reeder, Leonard M......................................PoVnetto R e. Fredr k Donum........................................Tempo R hords. Ro' h Chou? • ... ... Doytono Beoch Rehordicn, Wayne H.........................................Emin ••• R hte . Darnel Mo t ... Rek. Deuey $■«♦... . Tompo Recks. A Walton............................Gomeunlle R d e . John Lvmy. « ...........................Mom. R jm, L WoUoce »»o.........................................LokeVand Rberd, Thomos Stores..........................................Tompo Rcbb««s. Bn e MeGo».n . . . . Tompo Roberts. A'Vn Nc.i........................................Key West Reborn Don Altman ♦ ..................................Meoncpy Roberts. Robert R..................................Jocksonv.lle Reb.nson, Charles Tenley ........................Ft Lauderdale Rcb-nun, John Robert to.......................Westemport, Md Cl O ft Q 126ft ft ft ft S' Ci ft ft 1 O- O- Roche, WiKiom 8 ron...................................St AoQuvt.nc Roddo. B Roy..................................................Motto Roc, Arthur I, Jr to .......................................A codo RoQcrj. Emevt Rotle«. Jr.......................................Momi Rooer . John 0 en............................................Manatee Rchde. Pool Eden. Jr....................................Wore Woven Romano, SoSctore Lcvn .................................Worren, R I Roicnthal. Abe ..................................... Mor . Bcoch Rc lctf, Co u% Monroe n .... Brodrnton Rcyot, Wolfe Wo,nc.......................................Sorovcto Ro e . K.ng...................................................Mom. Rii n, Bernord ..........................................Ft Pierce ☆ Rud ph. Beb Lou Rue. Morvev F • . . RuSSC I. Ed» n Fronc S RyOn Corl D . . . Mom Homejteod . M-ami . A'codo ☆ RyOn, Germ W , . Sota . Jo ... . Sab, Theodore Idjo' 4,0 Sonde . Retard Cort, Jr . Doctor' Met . . . Tampa . . Ccrol GobJc . . Gamesvlle FRESHMAN ACADEMIC SottcrwMe. Jome Pvrrpbvey...............................S fcr-ng Sou', Morvm WMlicm Jock on 1 c Sowye . Davd Toy c ...................................Jockiom-i'c Scherer, Jome ...............................................Mom. T Schmole. Wolter Aon . Sdww. Lom C . . . Scott. Robert I, Jr a»a Scrw y Jchn Cooper . . . Bdrnor, N J . . . St PctenbuTQ . . Behove, N Y . . . . Gomevvlte Seal, Herbert Conrod . Seefcen, Willom Woltoce Sc'dtn, John Horn Senrpwn. Jerry .... lokelond ...................Mom. . . . Doytcno Bcocn . . . . Jocktonyille ☆ Sew cm, Woync..........................................Jockvonmlle Scykoro, Robert Lee ....................................Gaoriv.llc ShoekeMord, Wtllom J.........................................Oro’o Shodcr, Lou. B............................................Orlando ☆ Shmhy. Abrohom Move ....................................Ocote Sta , George Sevvom ata..................................Ckud Sheldon, Robert Cteyton.............................Brodentcn Shephord, W S, Jr.......................................Tompo — 127FRESHMAN Sheppard, Lcu-c Charles .... Sheppard, Wolfe Orion K . Sherrard, HorcAd Sberrod. Joseph Arnold, Jr ...... Apopka .... Orfcyvfe . . . . Gomesviite r S blcy, Edn n Levin Senrm, George Lawson, Jr Sims, FW Smear JoJuK «• niA . ... Groselond . . Ft Louderdole .... Oluvte Sitton, Ard-pw Jockscn S'oter, Cloude Kngh! Stott, 1 tee Smith, Armm Hill, Jr to . . . . CXjytcno Beach . . . . Jacksonville . . . . Jocksom Jie Smith, Ben Ellis Smth, Edwin S. Jf •«n Smith, Horold Wo ne ...... Smth, Henry Forrest Loketond . . , . Jackscm-fie Poiatko tt Smith, J. Fred Smth, Rob Samuel . . . Jocksonv ie Snvth, Ray Wokef« d . JocksonvJ'e Smth, Wilbur 0 Host-ngs ACAD E M I c Snort, Loren Gow • .......................................OkxnV) Snrvdy, FrorA Bun-, oka . , Write Hoven Soutbwyd, Emeu Merritt....................................Sanford Spongenberg, James Um.........................................Maw Sporkmon, Edword Lomor tAt Spence, Pwkf M D . . Stonfordl Joel " . . . Stanley. Robert J, Jr »• . . . . TantpO St Augmtne lake A.i(rcd Ft Lauderdale ■Cr Stearm. Robert A...............................................Miami Stchbms, Freeman Case..........................................Miomi Steele, Hour Wo nc.........................................Hollywood Stellrccht, Chortrs Randi'J....................................M«om. Stetson, Frank K ... . Fort P«crce Sfevem, George Warren « . . . . .... Miami Stewart, AJan Btfe.............................................La Belle Stiles, Me l Porker.................................... .... St Cloud Stocks, Gideon Jockscn, Jr. SkAek. Lowell AilNx . . Stovall, Wot ter B . . $ « » Jack F AAA . Mom . Eushs . Sanford Clearwater — 128 — c » ft a Q Q Q ft ft Q ft jkdtkiikjfkStrock, Jcmei Henry on.....................................Olovio Str kk»nd, LOf........................... . Defunok Sprngi SuQpi. Wtll'Om J, Jr..................... ... Newberry Suivron. Herbert Stor»'e «♦........................Do tona Beach ☆ $•0 1, Jowe M . . . Swndrd. Dond E. Jr . . Tontor. Harold Edword . . Tofootf, George M t . . Tan-pa . . Ocolo . IWandak . . Oviedo ☆ Tohon, Robert J................................................Apopko Tonr. Jamei P...................................................Tompo Toftor, Robert................................................Dunedin To,»oc, W-Uom G............................................Vero Beoch ☆ To ior, W. lorn M it....................................Plant C ty Teddar, George W. Jr. «••... Ft Laxfcvdole Teller, Morten Herman...........................................Momi Tench, Robert R cn.........................................Ckorwoier ☆ ThieJ, Williom A . . . Thorrpion, Buford Sle . Thorrpion, Hordd Mtchetl Thorrpion. Rofob Roy BrodUyn. N Y . Lake WoUrt . . Onrco Cryilol River FRESHMAN ACADEMIC Thompvon, Yhcmoi Icn r-rc......................................Mom. Threodg'll, Bob........................................ .... Mom. Tirnbeftak . WoMer B.................................... ... M«n T.v e. fret . P............................................Creitv Or T.ttle, Fred N . . Todd. Jonx-i A . . To me«d, Curln John To mend. Rex L . . . Momi . UMand . lakeland .‘ttkionv e Tropp, Lou'i O AO . . Tras’er, Kenneth Eo»I . Triplett, Thcvnoi Edward . Trumbo, Robert Ben. n »to . Odondo . Alochrt JoekionW . Ortanefo r Tucker, J«k .... Turk.ngton, Robert W Turlington, Corvon . . . Turner, Mlton Owen . . . Wildwood St Petcfifcn o . . . U • . Tompo dr Ti.-ner, Som ' ■ h nx Turner, Walter Morrow . Umon, Berrofd . . . Upd'ke. Arch R, Jr • . Otorxto . San Ford - Tompo Sefcrmg —129 —i © 3a dtkdik T mim jq 1 5 mMmiM ik% p p q q jLA Ci FRESHMAN Von Nia, Albert.....................................Ft lorderdole Vow. George Thcmay »»l Vemcn. Henry L-pycerrb, Jr Viertel, Herbert R . , , •on ☆ Vogt, Jermc Dcmold . . Wa.n«r ght, Frank B Wolfe, Poul Fronca . . . Walker, DowdM. Jr . . . it Orlando lo tcy . . . St Auguitme Wolker, J.mmy ttox. Walker, Stontcn, Jr . Walkxe, Charley Rcbcrt . . Walla, Jock Bicroc . . it .... Go nevv ile Wohli. Dand 1 Waltm, Harrnon B, Jr ♦ Wore, Willem $ . . , Warren, Homo Fennell, Jr it .... Lokdond Wavrund, Hmard Otn . . Woterhauve, W Canon . Wot»n, W om ..Ch llond ACADEMIC Weo er, A Vemon U....................................Mom. W«o»er, Oorfei Stanley............................8o nton WeeHLa H.Jr. am............................. Jockjcnyille WH U«.Gooovr.llc Wekfcn, Jchn Koy . .......................Horfaell, Ga i Wetfconcr, Edgar Lee.................................Conner w« ». R Kyd Wolth »c...............................Gabov I -I,. M. . r ☆ Wtettlone. George M hod, Jr..............................Bortow m, Jchn c «..............................VWM Poim Beoch White. Robert Moore.................................Jociunville W»ckeeyhom. Frank G Daytona Beach Wiloax, C Nsil »..........................................Ft Mood Will amt, Billy Imdwy................................Joel.vco,.He Will arm, Edam.............................................M.iMlle WilVorm. hfcymon Earl.....................................Titmnlle W «ym. Itomm Rayoxod..................................lokelond WrfiOn, Denton ........................................GomeyvH Wiiyon, Frank Maxwell, Jr. w......................Jockycrr».lle WrSyon, Retert H, Jr...................................Pemoco’o 130 —NVtfttOr, R. CorroU.........................................Mar Wrttcmtein. Ar»id A «♦....................................Ortondo Womock, Co»J 6........................................Ho«r» G y Wcodbcrry. Edaord Morrell •a®...........................Otaxto v oodwm. Beojomn TiHmon.....................................JocV.4C»» illc Wr hr, E«krx«j A. ■ ........................................L e City Yeorty, Gordon Angm.........................................Otter Geek Yax»g. Albert V. «..........................................Jodoooirflle Young. Joe Roy.......................................Tc ro CfO Young. Mofri Arthur ...............................Joeksomnlte Young. Tommy C............................................Tompo Ycunken, HoroW Edaord .......................P-ne N ) ir Zeiroutt. WoUocc F. II.........................................Rochdte Zutktt, Sftfoy .........................................fccoklyn. N V. FRESHMAN ACADEMIC -131 -MISS HENRI MAY EODY MRS. AMY STEEN FETZER MISS ELEANOR G SHAW DR. L G. HASKELL PROFESSOR ALBERT J STRONG PROFESSOR L M THURSTON ELLIOT R COHEN JOHN P. HATTON PROFESSOR M B. COGBURNFEATURESA5ai, pocr freshman ' SEPTEMBER Another gruesome beginning of the school yeor 10CO "teochers' pets", eoger ond ignorant ride into the loir of twenty-two frots . . COoght in o withering cross-fire, mony ore mowed down oh, hum 1 Orientation . . lined up ond driven to the infirmary and other compos "horror houses" (correct spelling) ... scored ond bewildered they sop up punishment . , . Pointed smiles . . . beginning to crock during "rush week" ... ore worked over os upperclassmen enroll Yes, Sir1 is the byword Eoch soul is filled with new vows ond high hopes "this is the yeor thot's going to be different" Out in the "blood pit" the hired bonds do their afternoon chores . . the cooches chorus with solemn nods thot it sure looks block Some old boys tending bar for DT 0 but in o bootiful new location Library opens on Sunday nights ... so does the theatre ... no chonge Ripley didn't feature it but there ore octually some good looking girls working on the campus or is it o miroge hongmgover from lost summer5 First game . . . first chance for the freshmon to have his girl down .. first chonce for pledges to reolly find OutA gr-m rcmrxfcf ... leo v o vc of . . where 'l hurts the m«t obout their frot brothers . . . Corduroy hots .. blooming like mushrooms on the londscope number one compus blight .. Teom goes to Texos . .. "rots" go home to tell the boys ot the pool room what they ore missing . . . they're better off with their cues . . Depression ends for Gainesville Taxi Service os the "old bonds" wise up the new It vtJI teoked better in Four men “on" I he book Half-timr wov donee-tuneA Dean c oil lifrj OCT The first of the month . . letters from home heod popularity polls at this time ... old bills to be po d... new ones coming up... creditors dropping by to see you ... it all revolves around that "check" . . Mississippi Stote's Moroons beot a Flondo teem thot is on the upgrode . . 0 good gome . . o good week-end . . . Outlying precincts show their first real profit of the new ycor everybody's getting oround .. Comes the Boston game... whotta upset . . . beyond our fondest dreams hopes soar Compos word heelers go into oction os onnoal elections begin . . . smiles . . . bockslopping . . propogonda . . reoch the rushweek high . stroight tickets how obout the condcdotes? ... Those soaring hopes come crashing down . after the dismal Tompo shom-bottle . . . Our boy Dean Hudson is the highlight of the dreory weekend ond of course Frances Colwell . . . Tbcnev, Toh, ond T-ModH Vom wornn up far Gofer Grood They d Kt brng ihoei’ Coined ccmei to attention And they called it o dance’Q IB IE IR The "fellers'' cut loose for the first time . . . m o txg way . . . The Pirotes hove o function . . . funnels ... fun end whot hove you . . . A wild orgy of poiomos in o porode . . . shodes of Hodes from where do they come The Religion ond Life Conference springs o surprise ... sex ... five lectures devoted to it . .. things you don't find in books . .. From the Lyceum Council.. Cornelio Otis Skinner ... risque ervough to be o big hit here her perfume oct still lingers . The Tolly donees ore instituted . . . they're greot while you're there . . . going ond coming is on ordeol . . . school buses on o par with sardine cons ... they entice with their price We send the tcom ond bond to Maryland the teom does better than expected . . Room Service . . . o hit from the Florida Players . . Glittering plons ore lo»d for the Georgio gome . . . Ai tr f«t or h r hghnett New t«« our hand know . . Rojo new recowcd N» ihe sTpoftcnt points oT so oi IINIV FLORIDA | TO: I WWV ffARYlAfd N O V £ M IB IE IRt A«J he inn o vo cly roror They wd n freectom The best IokJ plons ore often changed . . . ofter the South Caroline shock o "Gotor win over Georgio" is discorded for onother ycdr ... But the boys oil flock to Jox . , . the lid is reolly off up there it's clwoys o week-end ... you con't miss . . celebroticn or consolation . . . you've got 'cm either way ... the consoling is thick . . ond reoches o new "h gh" . . . Mid-Semester tests... trouble for lots of us . .. they aren't so good ... Neither ore the Russion Cassocks ... of Icost not os o program . The Miami gome . . the Hurncones catch o Flondo teom on the rebound . .. despite o muddy field the Go tors display their flashiest offense of the scoson ... even the slote for lost yeor's defeat . . . ond take some of the stmg from the Georgio game .. . one of the high spots of the ycor... o good week-end . .. Fronksgivmg! . . but we stuck to the old colendor . . . Homecoming of Tolly ... os usual we are well represented . . Our Homecoming never to be forgotten .. against Tech's mighty Yellawiockets ... the teom scaled great heights m the first half . . one of the students took over from there Dod$ and grods . . seme returning to the scenes of their crimes ... A journalistic extrovagomo He d ied n uacenteA f olcus return from V.on . “Down from tty tom r After -c r«3 Tech's po er" . . . the Homecoming edition of the Alligotor . . . reolfy good ... Another Tolly donee ogom those weether-beoten buses ore looded to the gunwoles . . . look like somebody hit o jockpot when they stort spelling out in Tolly ... The rodio stotton becomes commerce I ircd .. . Gotors meet Auburn . . dedicot en gome m the new Auburn stodium . . . o 7-7 tie puts a domper on the festivities for the hosts .. . fuel for the tom Frc-ihrron labor goes up in vneke Our 0 m woi never U tfcsID IE C IE Mavfc ocfMt th loWe Doie Otrntmos Then Ccnfuc mkJ ... The b?on t'vrtt hooli for hy.ty Dcodlinc for dropping courses crops up . .. o k t of the boys lighten their loods . . . they do get heovy of th«s time of the yeor . . . others hong on to theirs ... ond live to regret it ... A scourge in the form of Progress Reports sweeps the GC . . it's hord to soy just how much they mean border to ex plom them . . . closs cuts come to light . . . they too con be emborross ng ... in print . . . The open rood for home colls . . loudly .. . too loudly... many deport eorly ... too corly The P.D.T.-S.N. football gome . . hos been's ond never wos'cs . mixing it up to the delight of the bleocherites . . substitutions plentiful . . Nick O'Teen ond Al Cohol take their tofl . . . New Dorms . . . pride ond glory of PWA .. . begin to buckle under the strain will they lost 'til May? .. Chnstmos spirit prevails . . . Fraternities hold their annual parties . . o lot of neglected youths learn obout Sonto . . The Fraternity jewelers reap o harvest ... you got to buy “her" somethingTnv rottl« on . . . hustle ond bustle of the doys before the holidays . . . ond ot lost they come . . For (xiinesvilleChristmos Hobdays mecn complete cvocuoticn . . . o Wockout . . . London ond Berlin investigoters seek secret ... feor may lend speed to the wings . . but not like "going home" . . . Home . . . with the grim spectre of final exoms with you . . . getting the folks ready for the shock thot grodes give some of them ... Donees parties... functions . . . mild celebrotions .. tie ... you carry on from here ... Nb! c«n a Chrotiroi cord • t»wn ptoro la»d on Owiitmoi Eve Fftlh, hope, chority ond no ho»di barredJ AINU AIRY In on c J »cot»w ... A crivi and he reoA Alley Ocp Osborne m o h -. mart. No txrdl tor th«i Bmh Nr Yrty Mourn ami he locAcd JO 9x1d knt night • A consistent month alwoys begins the some... New Year's Eve is o great institution . but con't we do something obcut the next day? ... the Tennessee boys aren't the only ones who suffered ... Freedom ends ... bock to school . . exams rear their ugly heods . . . Bull sessions devoted to the hohdoys . .. ond "talking about" studying The subtle Will Osborne... one of the Lyceum Council's better presentations . . ond Barbara Bush . . . the well-curved vocoNst ... she brings the usual hoots of joy from the roifbirds . some thing we could do without ot our programs ... but will we ever be shed of them5 ... The days of reckoning draw neor . . cramming really begins . . . midnight oil ond coffee . . whot o mixture ... This isn't the college life we see in the shows .. .‘0 for cry from it. . . Relaxing the night before exoms . . ond moybe regretting it the next day . . . When Sherman soid "War is hell" he hodn't been to collegeWon, Major! I'm «n .ng . . . onywoy not this one That feeling of relief os eoch one is completed . . . And then Nature tokes o bond . . . things aren't bod enough but the freeze mokes it complete ... too cold to do anything ... but sleep ... Tourists beat o path through here ... on their way north . Inter-semester Holidays ... still cold .. a few more parties ... taking off that edge the fmols left . . . wondering about them .. . hoping . . praying . . . worrying ... and forgetting ... The hwnoaioto man.burner Sch »w Dream Theme FEBRUARY Another new deol. the state's dcon 090m .. new profs .. new dosses . osvgnments . . . With oil of thot comes the usuol crop of resolutions ... odded determination ... better attitudes . . . it's on endless cycle . . The poor old Auditorium . subiected to the crowning insult . . . JoOS Bollet . . you'll hove to no me it brother we tried but words lust wouldn't come . . if it wos o winner Tompo U is Rose Bowl bound Rood trips . . lots of fun for frotermty pledges ... the "boord of control" is "swung" . . The record-breokmg swimm sg teom . three-time conference champs .. starts its onnuol invasion of southern pools sophomore prospects blossom mto stars in a week . . morks foil like the stock in '29 . . The A T O's toke over the corner .. . dedicote their cozy little home with the Valentine Boll... Another successful Tolly donee but the bulging buses bruise another botch . The basketball tcom ofter a slow start reoches its peak brings |Oy to the hearts of oil with o poir of smashing wins over Georgio they just aren't poputor down here . Com pus Quiz begins . . takes over the student body . The embryo shysters Such monnm ' Thot on't pCO IrOUp Lost too of O rww poet r«ord Thot (folprrolexpood Ot lost on oddition for their school ... The Block ood Bridle Club stages its rodeo ot the Tompo Fcir... fcoturmg its president and h«s shovel The b«g military prob lem .. who's to pay for sponsor's p cture? .. . Solution: much folk- little oction . . . Our spoocus gym rocks os the mighty Tennessee cogers bow to the Gators . . o costly win for us . . too bod they weren't thet rough ogomsf Southern Col ... Lett on rt comer—from m l-iemeuer ATO'l Vo tMify? Boll tcpl new AlligMor fosico CompuJ Quis The pre yobi ho po»el •Th "QCd Prolcsy ” kw n them o t schoot "Whj’i d»«Q »h r »' »'0 ' Ocyge o the “White B-' xV M A R Militory Boll every month should begin like this one Koy Kyser and his boys . . . and the "Ginny" S ms The "OJd Professor" really put on o show . . . ond "Ginny" looks better than her pictures . . . We nominate Ka - for o special award the cotcoller. couldn't get to first base with him . . . ond thot was o real treot . he kept them loose with his comebocks .. The lost Conference boxing tournament . . . Gators finish second with two chompions both go to the Nationals and deserve to . . Josh Cody resigns .. goes to Temple as line cooch . .. wild rumors about o new cooch fly . . thick ond fast . . . everybody's mentioned . . The team colls o halt to spring practice ... but it is brief . Floodo Ployers put on "Our Town" ... ploy to a full house three n;ghts... Tenms team opens season .. m o b g way ... one sided victories ore the vague . . Swim- MoVe «vne Scorch'CIHI mtng teem continues on its winning way . . . also downing Georgia we like that . . . P K T falls in line . epen their new house it eosily reoches the new standards . . . Campus poll conducted . . . reveals students favor Roosevelt . . . boxing . . Flo Theatre boycott . . . Easter . . . new suits moke the morning trek to church . . . and ogain that afternoon ... to the show . . . passing in review . .. spring is officially here . . . Boseboll teom starts practice . . . foced with o heavy schedule . . . and a shortage of pitchers . . . Voting is heavy on the GC Queen . that week-end continues to grow . . . taking its pkjee as one of the b«g ones ... Two Seminole deadlines poss . . KA's make the third . . . fmolly pay for their poge ... Swimming teom noses out L S U for Conference title ... sends four men to Nationals . . . And only cr veto ' NVr ho f to rrakc ccnccucm for tome tKrgi rom for her regn "Srr.l r«3 through"ftoOMttll criy chonOfd Thonkign.ng April Pool's day downs . . . The big joke is on us Jock "Big T" Tccgordcn come ond went . , but foiled to conquer . . only his vocolist impressed . . . Kitty Kallen ... she rounds out on cye-filltng quartet . . . need we soy that Colwell, Bush, ond Sims ore the others . . The coaching story breaks . . . ond it is no |oke for Tom Lieb ... the ex-Rockne o»d gets the thankless job.. Willioms and Milligan retoined os assistants . Air is heated by political tolk . . . McCorty ond Smith match porodcs and propaganda . . . with the presidency honging in the boloncc . . . Other roces modeled offer the fight hr the top spot , . lots of tolk . . . little being McCarty wvoyed with kwonodc Running rKt ballot bloc lodeA IP IB IIIL soid . For the first time coodidotcs ore limited ... m compoign expenses m other eor$ many spent more than they could make now they con show o profit maybe The days before the election . spirited . . . showing o rcvn-ol of the entire student body . . gives promise of being on election for the off e . not for the porty Election day . the wonderful machine of the Gator Porty shews s»gn of decay garners only a slight edge in offices ... in view' of what they hod been winning . the student body reflects ... rejects . Smith . . elects McCarty... by o for greater margin than even his staunchest supporters hoped for ... The Rodeo and Engineer's Fair . . their respective co leges deserve proise . . . tho' they should teoch the Ag boys the correct way to fall... Fraternities spend the week-end mak-ng their houses halfway presentable upstairs . . the section they like to keep hidden Sacromento, Cali- fornio . . . notives see Florida's Johnny Joco cop intercollegiate 135-lb crcwn ... our first national title . . . Groham went to the semifinals ... then to the hospital... oppendicitis . . Gator trocksters out sc ore Gcorgio . . House-porties ... we con't tell you anything obout them . this book is too small... but they are still tops in week-ends Could it be colled a fun orgy5 . . or is the "fun" superfluous5 (consult page 345) Anyway, they're about the lost social gasp ... the rest of the month posses uneventfully ... or d we slide near the precipice that finals form ... Skit Nflhi’s oitock by on Me-o-Teiing Dcodbooirtj Art Aq Bull Sr.vonM ANY Generol College students on the loose all year . . . begm to see |ust what it is to hove the pressure on .. comprchensives loom and put sleep to flight Ago in noturc con- spires with the exomining powers that be we froze in February now we melt in May-taking them the hard way Cramming has been under way lo' these many days increasing in tempo as the end draws near The last week of classes rolls around . . . professors get in their final leer they kinda like to sec us suffer . Just when everything looks darkest the Scm.-nofe comes out I pa id odr . os if it wasn't time Exoms finally begin . . they're o big hurdle for everyone . . but to the freshmen goes our sympathy . . six hours in the Auditorium . like six years in Alcotroz complete with the sweat box and third degrees The day of May twenty-third hidden in a secret chamber . . . the foculty meets . m solemn conclave coixlidotcs for degrees ore passed on we'd like to know what they really talk obout Fmolly os May draws to o close ... three hundred ond fifty worldly wise youths bow out ... as college men the morning of the twcnty-etghth they'll awoke . with a world before them .. rcody to be conquered . it's the some old world unconquered by lost year's class or the yeor before that .. ond it'll face next year's closs unchanged Fa mcnih’t pk r n«jhf of tu$r F.nalc eo Ok fmoH Doan 10 the test pock In Ihc lorinQ o cung rron'i fancy ... DlC TENCH Honor Court Chancellor. Student Government EDWIN B WEISSIN3ER Schotontbp, "f" Book Edtcr. Ptu B io Kappa HALL iNO W HAMILTON JACK KINZER Alligator Ed I or. Flcr«fa Revo Edfc . Rcnlng ROTC Ccrfond, ScNjlonhp. Student Government Pro dent Block and Br d« -152-HARRY B BROWN SemnoUr Editor, Voted tor on, Ptv Beto Koppo OF MERLE WADSWORTH Buvneu Moooger Alligator Bioincu Monogcr f Bock FAME BILL GRLVES Demote, 8uvneu Manager Scmnc e -153- J LESTER POOCHER f tordo College Former Editor, Student GovernmentEMMETT G SMITH Heret Court ChonceWo . Student Gove-frerun t JACK JON£S Student Gwnment, Heod Cheerleode . Swrrmng HALL OF FAME JAMES E GARLAND Pfcvdmt Lyceum CouncJ, Pr«mdent Gfce Club. ROTC GScnd 154 — MALCOLM McGLASSON Ed'tcr Fkx to Renew, Schotonh )BEAUTY SECTION I ■ K'MM Ifrrch 4,1340. "t, Harry B. Brora, £41 tor ■1340-Sealnolo" University of florid Oalnssvlllo, florid Door 1'r. Browni Utvler sopor to cover I ' returning the pictures auted tied to I approolato the honor of selooting tho young Indies for the beauty soctlon of the 1 40 Seedaele." Howevor, you gavo ao tough uii(Mnnt beoauso they're 11 so pretty. Also it's Yor ticklish thin to stick your neok out and s y ono gal Is prettier than another. Kerrrthe less 1 h»Yo nods « stab »t It and 1 certainly hope rtf selection neets with the approval of the student body and you. I hop you'll lapress upon everyone oortooraed tho fact that we have noror seen ary of these ladles, and, therefore, the selection mva a 4 entirely on t n nerlta of the plotures. X© doubt the plotures flatter sooe and do not do justice to others. Eovevor on the basis of the photographs, ry choice Is as followsj ■}2 .. Vise Jean Sanaey 24 5 .. Kiss loll "orris r6 .. Visa Jean Unoo fit 17.. Ulss Celeste ?oror fib.. 1‘lss Jean fereelle Homo 50 21.. Hies Pat Stcvons .-62 22.. Miss Patricia Brandt Hiss Lucille Sssoak Hiss tlllle Blount Hiss Arx«o 1 1 Ison 43 .. Kiss Marian HoOrath .. Kiss Marge Salden .. Ulss Beverly Nail These girls are distinctly different types and each could to rated I In the type of beauty she represents. Thanking you again for tho honor you have bestowed upon we, al hoping that the "1340 enlnole will be the beat ever, I an. Sincerely yours. ttiAC ' LLA_  ■■ £044, ecut CWIC   MIAMI ATHLETICS OFFICERS THE "F" BEN McGAHEY...............................Presdent FRANCIS KEARNEY........................V ePresdent CHICK ACOSTA....................Secretory-Treosu'er MEMBERS J B Bottuto Mt Bixho John Oobtree John Dewed PoulEiW Rod Evons W ilvcn Frcemys Gordon Gord Go Goff Tc Homo Burrell Hosseft Bcbby Johnson Chorley Kre.ocr EiJ Mcrrvng Joel Moynord James M cohy Jimmy O» ord S' y ) Parnell Tom Scon John Piorrbo Front Smoot John Smith Pot Reen Tom Wolkcr Bud Wo1 ton Cliff Whiddon Front Ymhams Vnccnt Zdonzukos Ted Toylor Dean Miller Henry Choftee Bill Koch HoroU Hushes Ai Ra Kn Roy Boozer John McCarty A Ido Gore a H H Graham Morvn AJtrron Clyde Driers Joet Lcng Eorl Frye Steve O'Connell D k Betti Franc I Keom y Ben WcGohey Harold Stcvemcn Bill Thompson Ernest WofVCn Chek Acosta Jock Jones Don MocMurphy Ed Rood Hcwcrd Skipper Joe Rood Frojier Jettcn Henry Keel Ashby Mood, Rtfond Schnder Elmo Rctynvon Gene Hor I man S I Jcnes Som O Bryan Russell Crofton Bill Norm Bill Snellng Oliver Simord RuhiS Stevwjrt W B Rhodes John Gower Arthur M-ggs Hcrterr Pennock Horry Driver T C Moore W.Hred Vom W S Morrson Burnett Bortlett Jock Lind lucui Merritt 8.11 Zochry IVvwo'd Eti-s Moynord Romsey May nor d Pl«l Rood, E Mermen Mukahy Bor I left Cvahom Gardner Thompson Jones. S L Wotker Norris Austn Ml'er Foster —166 —CLUB Students disploymg the gold "F" on their choins arc members of the "F" Club who hove won their varsity letter in recognition of loyal ond outstanding service in athletics, either os plovers or os monogers of major sports The "F" Club promotes on Athletic good will between the University of Florida, its olumm, its friends, high schools ond other universities In on effort to foster ond promote athletics to a higher plone ot the University, the "F" Club hos rebuilt its club house on the campus into o dormitory for housing othletes not on scholarships. During the school yeor, the "F" Club sponsors a number of successful dances in the Bosket -boll Court. Bollis Gore Ac«io Smwd Oafktr Sfevtnvcrt Howe tt Worsen Rood. J. Rebirocn OCenndl Ruvs l McGohcy ;cneikJ.. -167-Jock Jcntt Mk CoCOACHES Flondo's football fortunes, on th? wane for the past few years, appeared to be on the upgrode, os the 1939 edition of the "Fighting Gatc s" broke even for the season, with five wins, W losses end a tie Disappointed With his first two years' showing. Head Cooch Josh Cody brought Harold Willioms and Mike Milligan in os assistants to M mstoll the Pittsburgh system. Along with those two come "Curly" Stebbms, one-time Pont her bockfiekJ star, while Jock Darnels wos odded os end cooch ond Som McAllister replaced Corlos Proctor os Freshmen mentor. The shokeup in the coochmg staff brought o morked improvement m team play, blocking, tackling ond running were oil obore the stonderds of previous eors, but title contenders aren't turned out in o eor, ond reverses m the Texos ond Mississippi Stote gomes were to be expected During the midst of spring practice for the 1940 season, Cody resigned to accept a position os line cooch ot Temple, ond once more the Florida cooching setup wos thrown into a turmoil. Williams, Bobby Dodd, the Tech bockfiold cooch. Tom Le»b, ex-Rockne aide, and several stote college ond high school cooches were mentioned After much debote, the job wos given to Le»b, who was obsent frem coaching circles during the post year, but hos a fine record at Loyola ot Los Angeles Letb, on ochacote of the Notre Dome system, will retoin Milligan and Willioms, but O man must be found to rcploce Stebbms who is returning to Pitt Leib's first year will be watched with interest, os hos every other new Gotor cooch's first effort. 'i ' McAlliilcr, Cody— 171 — Ootk GoH recevei Students' tributeDepOftng d ffr vv bocV moy c!+v tv Cc n ord to n tch toe pan Florida 21 Stetson 0 Florido rommed three touchdowns ocross m the first holf to take the measure of Stetson, 21-0, in the opening gome of the season, thereby avenging a 16-14 upset bonded the Gotors lost season Second time the Gotors got their bonds on the boll they drove 45 ards for the first touchdown Tommy Horn-son flipped the boll to Charlie Tote for the counter. khn Pcnte Mn Smlh In the second quarter, the Gotors scored ogoin ofter o long punt return by Pot Reen, with Rocn plunging over from the one-yord line Shortly ofter, diminutive Hubie Houston cut loose for a 30-yard run ond then tossed a pass to fullbock Andy Bono for the touchdown Intermittent rom mode the boll slippery and Florida foiled on several touchdown drives The Stetson outfit mode o brave stond, but were s mply outclassed, the stonewall Gotor defense limiting them to one first down Thus the newly instituted Pittsburgh system successfully weathered its initial test. hmhrcei fen WonUt tv roily be w« the Stetson qoircTexas 12 Florida 0 Led by All-Americon holfbock, Jock Croin, the Longhorns of the University of Texos handed the Gotors their first defect of the seoson, 12-0, ot Austin, in the second gome. While the Gotors' new style of ploy wos good enough to toke Stetson, it suffered from lock of co-ocdinoticn when it ran into the husky steers Croin took o lateral and lecped, gol-loped, ond vveoved his way around end for 42 yords to set up the first Texos score Two ploys later he leoped over the Gator line for the counter. A blocked punt in the fourth period gave tlx Longhorns their final score Mississippi State 14 Florida 0 Honrxj diilodgn tuj r.der ai Scott tcoot tot yord Hama's block of cpcrofc number 91 nobr«s Rod Harrison to pick cp yordoge A powerful Mississippi State offense met stubborn resistance here in the third game, but the Maroons pushed ocross two scores, winning 14-0 Against their first S E C oppo-Sitson, Flondo mode a brilliant showing in stopping the fost-stepping Maroons The Gotors bottled State procticolly to o standstill and come within six inches of scoring themselves near the e»xJ of the second quarter. A pass interception ended onother Go tor thrust deep into Maroon territory Frank Chambers mode o brilliant punt return of 50 yards to set the stoge for the first Maroon score m the second quarter. A pass, Jefferson to Nix, wos good for the tolly Hoot Kyi ! —173- Bc6 Soutri Ralph K -Vr nGcM taka to the o- n he n njrvxnM by the defence Oh. Fudoe! Florida 7 Boston College 0 A long pass by Bud Walton ond o fingertip catch by Leo Cohill provided one of the biggest inter sectional upsets of the season, when Florida licked o strong Boston College team, 7-0, at far-away Boston in the fourth game Time after time, the Gators proved impenetrable wtthin their ten-yard line when the New Engenders made desperate otfempts to score. "It was the Moginot line, the S»cgfried line, the Mason-Dixon line ond maybe the Blocks of Granite ond the Seven Mules combined," a Boston sports writer soid obout the Florida defense. The Gators ployed |om-up ball to give B. C its only defeat of the year's campaign.Florida 7 Tampa 0 Locking o concerted effort and suffering o letdown from the Boston College gome, the Gotors nosed out the Tompo Sportons here, 7-0, m o poorly-ployed contest Tompo's stubborn defense limited the Gotors to one tolly which come seven ploys offer the second half started Wolton, Tote, ond Cohill were the leod-ing ground-gamers for the Gotors This gome, however, wos not intended to be o high scorer because Cody's men ot tempted only five passes end ran straight football Florida 14 Maryland 0 The Gotors snapped bock offer the Tempo gome ond rolled over Maryland, 14 0, on o wind-swept field m College Pork While the forwords kept Maryland from presenting even a scoring threat, the Gator bocks took the ground route to score two counters Florida scored in the first quarter after o 41 -yard drive, Wolton rocmg the lost three for the tolfy Houston climaxed the next drive of 58 yords by skirting right end for the score Hitne HouMonSouth Carolina 6 Florida 0 Riding the crest of o three-gome winning streak, the Gators were given on owful letdown when they traveled to Columbia, by South Carolina, who took o 6-0 decision Due to wm in a breeze, the Gators were quite surprised to see Lowry toss O long one to Blouin for a touchdown Desperate efforts of the Florida team to overtake the Gomecocks come to nought Overconfidence might have done the trick, but South Corolma was Simply the better teem Wirh the path cicor of Gate plo on, Gecrgo'i Cof« f'd « teownote'i «3 to to11 c% —176 — Georgia 6 Florida 2 Georgia took o 6-2 thriller from the Gotors in on Armistice Day clossic ot Jacksonville in the 18th onnual grid duel between the two teams About 20.000 fans were in Fairfield Stodtum for the contest Both tcoms, particularly Flor do, threw owoy many scoring chances that the other team handed them through fumbles and intercepted passes Georgia's Fordhom dove over the line for the Bulldog's touchdown in the third quarter. The Gotor forwards repulsed three Georgia thrusts within the two-yard line before Fordhom went over the top. Gcorg o gave Florido two points on on intentional safety in the fourth period when o cotfm-corner kick put the Bulldogs bock on their heels. Tcm Scott A h« Bo? ! B ll Cotn Moultc« vml Tofc, Bottnta oM Homo cWon up cheod ot h.tnFlorida 13 Miami 0 Florida come to life with o bong ond scored o 13-0 victory over Miomi m the Oronge Bowl Stodmm to claim the stote collegiate championship After o scoreless first holf, the Gotors opened the third period with o rush A few ploys after the hclf opened, Hornscn tossed to Ferguson on the Miomi 25 and then threw o running pass to Smook who caught the boll and dragged o would-be tocklcr over the goo! with him Another threot which immediately followed was stopped by o fumble on the Miami nme-yord line A little while later, the Gotors scored ogam to moke the victory convincing Tote ond Hornson took the ball to the M omi 20 Tote sloshed over tackle and then lot-eralled to Cahill who went to the 7-yord line Hornson got 5 more on a cutbock ond Tote plunged over for the counter. Toff cr cr o VC O' ornj ccme hoiip-ly lo rcM on Tc Homo Flondo's bnlliont line ploy feotured the gome The husky Gotor line held the over-roted Miomi ottock ond octuolly threw the Hurricanes for minus five yards during the entire gome Chort-e Toro UoCoMI Morrison H Jm M twod o on c«xncnt noln a oce Red Tcmny Ho»mcn Tc Homo — 177 —Georgia Tech 21 Florida 7 Before a Homecoming crowd of ever 15,000, o rozzle-dozzTe Georgia Tech teom took o thrilling 21-7 victory from the Gators Florido loosened up and tossed the boll oil oround the fiekj, but come out on the short end of the fancy boll-handling After o fumble on the first ploy of the game. Tech marched to a touchdown in five ploys. Bosch possmg to Poir for the counter. The Gators struck bock quickly, however Hornson passed to Ferguson from the Tech 49 to the 25 Guord Battisto come up in a rush and took a lateral from Fergie to score, Loshmg out in another desperate effort to score, the Gators bocked Tech up in the second period but Beno fumbled, giving Tech another chonce to score. Peonuti Mmh Battato Tech rode 21 t n« to Flcndo' 7 Fergmcn'i left job end tooi 1 0 ff 0 tocWer An 82-yord morch in the second quarter gove the Romblmg Wreck its lost touchdown Florida almost scored ogam before the first half ended when Walton tossed o long one to Cahill who lot-erolled to Ferngno, but Chubby dropped the boll and Tech recovered on the one-half-yord line. Another Gotor threof in the fourth period was stopped by on intercepted pass 8ill Rcbinxn Benny Lon -178-Copton Clark. Golf Clock Golf . . foorboil capto-n ... 217 pasvfe of hghteig Golor . . . three ) an itor at tockle . , olfemo and def«m-ve flmh of«0)i on the bottom of every C eup . . concluded career « Auburn qorr se «ted cn A.U • Ame« on wot . . . Itorrfd i Nfcrrh-Soulh game b«Q. cheerful, O true XXXlvmon ond lemon Florida 7 Auburn 7 The Gotors bottled o favored Auburn team to o 7-7 stclcmatc to dose the season with o 50 percent record After stalling on Auburn drive, the Gotors marched to o touchdown in the second period to go into o 7-0 lead Rcen, Tote, ond Harrison d d the boll-carrying m the 50-yard drive with o poss to Honna breaking the monotony of ground ploys Tote crashed over for the counter From then on out, it wos Auburn's gome ond the Gotors contented themsehes with defensive pkjy After on attempted field goal ond onother drive to the shodows of Florida's goal line hod foiled, McGowcn flipped o poss to McGehee to tie the score in the fourth period After onother field goal went wide. Auburn put on a finol drive wb h stalled on the Gator 2- ord line os the game ended. The rrcgafJicre m ght fool you, but Andy l« rt htt the boll — 179 —Henry CW- » Don Miller Pot ftefn BASKETBALL RESULTS Dec ... ,... Florida 60 Southern CcJ lege ... 33 GonctWI Dec M ... . . Florida 5 AJobomo ...48 Go-new lie Dec 15 .... ... Florida 38 Afebomo ... 47 Ooineiwllt Dec 27 .... .... Florida 30 Washington .. 45 60'1 more, Md Dec 28 .... ... Florida 41 S Kn Moll ...43 El.robeth, N J Dec. 29 .... .... FLORIDA 33 Sc ronton ... ... 39 Sc ronton, Po Dec 30 .... . FLORIDA 36 Geo WosKngtcn ... 49 Woihngton, D C Jon 6 .. FLORIDA 77 Southern ... 29 LcVelond Jon 12 .... ... FLORIDA 45 Geeegio ... 36 Go n«vile Jon 13 .... .... Florida 36 Georg ... 25 Go novillc ten 15 .... ... Florida 45 Georg Tech ...40 Atlonto, Go Feb. 5 .... ... FLORIDA 42 Stetson ... 30 DeLond John Brcmn Gdygi Front Yrntar Bod MondwMtlD on Ma f V Y ZdonjuVot BASKETBALL RESULTS fib 6.....FLORIDA 53 f 8.....Florida 36 f«6. 9.....Florida 53 fib 12.....Florida 36 f«6 13.....Florida 37 F t 16.....Florida «s f 6 19.....Florida -4$ fit 23.....Florida 41 Feb 24 .....FLORIDA 42 Feb. 29 Con'efeoee Toumow', Floras rm «ri» rand b nd kat to TenneMe . 42 32. « j«ond rand ot KnowviSle Tompo ............... 35 Tompo ......................23 Gonctv il« Miami.................26 Goravlle Georg-o.............. 46 Athem.Go Georg 3..............54 Athem, Go Tompo................ 30 Gon«viile Shuck ............... 21 Gonewillf Tfww ................ 38 Gonew.lle Auburn............... 37 Moroma. Flo Steve 0l«ih 8ud Wolfe Jock Maynard Noers ThonpynMilt Burho, Cooch McAI«t r Cooch Sow Mr Allnter, Monogcr Mtrln (Hiko Jo Dc t Leery, John C c r, Martin Gotcj BASEBALL Cooch Sam McAllister's cfomond crew opened on extensive 1940 campoign with on m ond out performance ogoinst Oglethorpe After winning the opener in o tight, well-played gome, they kicked away the second m o rogged exhibition that sow three pitchers shellocked Against the Gainesville G-men. they turned loose a surprising offensive display, ond buried the pro's under o 15-5 score. Weok tn the prtcher's box, ond locking polish m the infield pk y. ond outfield ploy, the Gators hordly have enough hitting power to corry them through to o successful seoson Built oround green men the team should rise to heights m the next year or so. I N0 SCHEDULE March 27 ... March 28 . April 8; 9. April 10. II.. April 12. 13.. Apr.l 19, 20.. April 26, 27.. Mo, 1.2..... Vto, 3,4... Mov 6,1.... M®, 10. II .. ..Floras Flor to ,. .Florida . .Fienda . .Flcr b ..Florida . .Florida . .Florida . .Florida ...Florcto . .Flor to Oglethorpe...... Oglethorpe...... Mom............. RoH«n........... George Tech----- htovot Air Station. Gecrgo.......... Alabama ........ Auburn.......... George Tech----- Roll at......... .. 2 Mere . 12 Mere Miami Writer PV Merc Merc Mere Tuicolcova Auburn Atlonto MereEdwn WomcV, Horry Drner Herb Pconock.. f iyr t Thompjon, Byre R ks Coburn More Chubby Ferraro Bud Wdlon Capio n "CKck" Accr.to iorw "Sonny" Wekh Once more Florida's tonkmen proved to be the scourge of southern pools 0.cr hclmmg oil opposition, and brooking records with ol-most unbelievable consistency, Cooch Genovar's crock teom odded nine duol victories to their ropidly growing string In the Southeastern Conference meet in Atlanta March 22 ond 23, the Gators prosed themselves to be real c horn pi on s by coming from behmd ond nosing out L S U m a thrilling finale thot gene them their fourth stroight conference title Heoded by Coptam Chick Acosto, and Sophomores VanClief, Wekh, and Youngblood, this ycor's team oppeared to be more powerful thon the three great teoms thot preceded it Acosto, m his lost year of competition, finished m great style. During his three years os Gator dash mon he rolled up o total of 283 po«nts, o record for southern competition Jock Jcn« Ed Rood B»y Reed Joe Rood OU«r S-mord RESULTS Fcfceuory 8........................Flor«do 58, Kentuct 17 Fefcruory 12....................Fhjrdo 59, Georg o Tech 16 Fe ujr 13 .................... Ficrxto 59, T16 February 15 ....................F lor .do 56, Duke 19 Fcfcruory 16.....................FloridO 51; North Coro1«no 2 Fcfcruir 17.....................fior do 58. M:rr t Cordn’o Stoic 17 More ■ ........................Florrfo 61, Mom. M Morch 9..........................Flor di 61, Georgo 13 Vorch 16..........................Ficrda 66. Movano 9 frn VdOet B.il Sneil.ng Jock YoungWoodBOXING Florida's mittmen, for yeors one of the school's more successful oth letic teams, fmollv succumbed to the injury |inx thot dogs Florida othletcs Riddled throughout the year by the loss of key men, they fared with little success in their duol meets However, the Conference tournament found the Gators the team to be reckoned with for the title. Sporkcd by Johnny Joco ond H H Grohom, who won their weights, Cooch Proctor's aggregation wound up second to the powerful L S U team Joco ond Grohom, undefeated throughout the season, were rewarded by o trip to the Nationol Intercollegates in Socromento, Californio As the first Florida men ever to represent us in the Nationals they mode o greot showing Joco, on elusive, jobbing fighter, fought his way to the finals where he won the lightweight crown Grohom went to the semi-finals where he lost to the defending chompion Follow mg his fight Grohom underwent on operation for appendicitis Cto on Logan Wmy Joco Phil l0C».imnwnHfn' fill! Cof«y Horvt Long ■HI Frortk Honncn RESULTS December 15 Fkx Jo 3 AlobO'T'O .. 5 Tuvcokxno Jonuory 6 Flcrtda 2K Tokw .. 5W NewOkom Jorwory 8 Ffcy kJo 3 I S U .. 5 Boton Rouge Jcrwor 13 Fky-do 6 StUlh Co'Olino .. 2 Gonnv.l F b uory 10 Fl x to 2Vi Moww .. 5V Wonti FebruOfy Fhy to 6Vi G o»go .. iy Goneswile Febru»ry 72 .. . Fk f 4j 3 S W Louiyono ... .. s Gomewlle Bob Cromwell W.Hfv Cobb Nix o lytxol Goto povel B»ll ft lomar HorvocfcTorryny torritcn John Sn- fh John Porto Roloh BfW'nj Ed Gilt TRACK Florida's second onnual relays, run off on o rom-drenched trock, showed the Gotors to be o well-rounded team, but cost them the services of "Big Bill" Thompson, lonky dosh star. Thompson, one of lost year's most consistent point win r»ers, was forced out of competition when he pulled a muscle m the hundred-yard dosh finals Despite the severe blow, the thmclods overwhelmed Georgia by- o score of 74 1 3 to 55 1 3 in their first dual meet Froncis Kearney. John Smith ond Al Roybun corned the burden ogomst the hated nvols In the event thot Thompson returns to form, Cooch Beard's tcom will hose o lot to soy obout the Conference Chompionshrp Little has been lost from a strong team thot finished third lost year. Ml TtorrfKOn Em Walton Co-Copl AJ Ro-,tvn SCHEDULE OF DUAL MEETS April 5 Ftor«ia George ot Arhcrr, Ap il 15 George Tech oi Atlonio April 20 Ftor«4o M«uvto Stole Mere Mot 4 Flor fa Auburn Here ■ franc vne TENNIS The University of Florido Tennis fcom is once ogoin experiencing o successful season, cloiming one of the best athletic records in the South since 1935 The Tennis team hos chalked up 43 victories ogoinst one tie ond three defeats during the four-year period Getting off to o fine start this season, the Gator Rocketeers have defeoted Stetson University twice. 9 to 0; Rollins College, 9 to 0, University of Georgio, 5 to I; ond Furman University. 6 to I Against the crock Prcsbytenon College teom the Gators come out on the short end of a 9 to 0 score The remainder of the season will find the Gotors foe mg Mercer University. Clem son College, Mississippi College, ond University of Mississippi on the Floodo courts Ineorly April the Tennis team will leave the compus on on eight-day tour of Louisiana, Alabomo and Georgio On this taunt the Gotors will foce the crock teoms of the University of Tulone m New Orleons, the louisiono Stote University in Baton Rouge, Birmingham-Southern College in Birmingham, Georgia School of Technology in Atlanta ond Emory University, also m Atlonto The mnctcen-forty Gator teom is mode up of five lettermcn ond two members of lost year's Freshman team Coptom Lucius Merritt, Bobc Bartlett, ond Alon Brockctt ore groduatmg Seniors, Bilfy Zochry and Jock Lund ore Juniors ond R D. Cooper and Buddy Enwright arc Sophomores Heyward Ellis is the Monogcr of the team ond Woltcr Milligan is the cooch. D Cooper, C r fc Hggnbothow, Alon BraVetf, Capton Luc«uv Me riff, Babe Boirt ll, B»r Zochry. jock lurxl. Monoger Hey ord Ella. Cooch Wall M.ll gan -190-GOLF Getting off on the right foot with o decisive win over Davidson, Florida's goffers show promise, ot the time of this writing, of emerging as one of the most successful links tcoms in the University's history. Early in April they ventured out of the collegiate ronks, competing in the State tournament. While winding up in fourth place, they gamed experience that as o comparatively young teom they lock. Poced by D ck Mills ond George Jackson, who led them m their opening win, they arc to be reckoned with in the Southern Intercollegiate tourney, if they con oequire the "tournoment toughness" that the gruel mg debock? retires -191-RIFLE TEAM Vj! y A C Blom. rifle cooch for 1939-40, colled out to the rongc m November oil those interested in rifle morksmonsh»p Besides seven veterons of lost yeor's chompion-ship teorn there were Over fifty to try out. Elimmotions cut the squod down to fifteen by the middle of Jonuory. when the first group of postal matches wos fired Cop?am Lomar Jones poced the teom through o schedule of thirty-seven postal matches with colleges country-wide The Florida teom won thirty-five matches, losing only to Oklohomo A ond M ond Nebraska, by slim margins The teom fired the highest oggregote score ever fired on the University ronge with a 3746 out of 4000 Unci Moc" Crowell, Frank Grew Du ry ? Tow . Gec oc George L Own, B.lly L W.iion . '«’ M Carter, ftxil L« WhiY+Wod Left to r ht fveolfdi: Fron . L HoiAm, Oortfi C VWtilOker, George t Jon . Major Arthur C Eton. AJcn.-o Fronk Grew, W mKr 0 Carter, lake Cd error Ready, A w, F eSANFORD INTRAMURALSTct D r«tc Cortoi Procter and Student D reefer e I Cent or i Thomo% C ord E tiorvedwe Dcubto I Bottom’ Bo»ro:U Touch FcctboJl INTRAMURALS Intromurols ogoin ployed o lorge shore m the othlet life of the majority of Florida students UnoWe to find o berth on the varsity, the overage student turns to the extensive Intramural program offered at Florida Participation this year reoched a record peak, with over 80 percent of the student bod,' represented in at least one sport With p oy m three leagues—Fraternity, Dormitory, ond Independent- no man that wonted to ploy in any of the sports offered by the deportment was unoble to get on the field Chief emphasis of the Intramural deportment, this year os always, was not on the victory but on playing the game Sfcdd H Oxnviory ShutMcboord Dcubl«8oduroo C Ping-pong S-ngtas DORMITORY LEAGUE [•(« DarmitOrr Honeshc sngta . . . . . . . BuckmooC Hortntar dxNn . . . . . . ThcnwC. E Snimmng ...... . -SWirwG Vc robo i Borrocks Baaing . Borrocks Shuffktoord vng« . . . . . . Fl tch f P ShuHktcord d 6tas . . StaddM Boskerto'J .... (tarrocks Pog.pong inj'o . . . . . . . BuckmonC Ping-pong doubles . . . . . BockmjnD, E Tcucb Footbo - ... (tarrocks Tenn--s srg'« TVrv-j doubtas Mondboll smgtes .... Bufk non 0 and E P-raj-pcng CXxibk-i Ocude Shit . W ph.ec M Terms Borrocks VoJiotoll Murphree G S» WT rcAt the fore this ycor wos the Ctormitory I cogue Formerly represented by 17 ? corns, the dorm boys, bolstered by neorly 600 new residents blossomed forth with 32 09gregot»ons, toking over first ploce m size, long held by the Fraternity league As usuol, the Independent I cogue logged slightly, but showed the greatest interest in recent years Continuing lost year's trend, the Intramural deportment, under Director Carlos Proctor and Student Director Mour e Austin, emphasized the use of the round robin tournament m on increasing number of sports Touch footboll wos run off round robin style for the first time and the tournoment was pronounced the most successful m history Byron HqtIch and W P EVxngcoi, Png-pong fcublci C M Fkfcher, CLCMcw R 0 Cocp« , STodow Lonn Radons liyxtoil F.'cr«d n Bo ctbc I Rodom VeRtybollMurrey Mon if! I, Rod-om V L Roroge. T m $ ng!« Cron Moll Tenmj Cfcub t ! « » Hortethoe t gVt . Honethoe de jb et . S irrvnrvj .... VcBeyfcoU........... Bo ng............... Shu'fleboord img' y Shu fl boord dcii-n BoskdtboN .... INDEPENDENT LEAGUE Tm (xnt Tcow . 9oiy» Lo»n P'nj.pcrg vn;ic..............Slxxfcw lo «t . . . Fi.vd-ont Prvjpcng doubles .... Hortess-Bcurg y , . . . Rodont Touch Footboll........................Tort .... Rodoro Tenn vmgto......................Flor d«nt Lhvvefuty Ledge Term dx des...................Crone Holl .... C L 0 Hondboii vnglo......................Rodo- . . . Flond jm Mond oll dcut-'«....................Rodonj . . . Ftondont Fletcher P $Kiffl«bo©rd $ ngl t i Dormitory league1 High-po«M men Vorro, Monroii, Fete Fnerton, Don Cwtr Flcrdon ShufflebCC'd DoubletS«yro A'pho Epukn Swimming ItormnJ O-jood. T«a Sigma CK' Shu fM»© d Idea of the round robin is to give o good tcom the opportunity to survive on early round defeat ood go on to win ood to give the poor, but lucky, outfit no more thon its due Again, rothcr extensive chonges were mode in the Intromurol progrom A request by the scholarship committee resulted in the dropping of several of lost year's Sports Foul shooting, water bosket bo 11, bodmmton, wrestling, cross-country, boscboll. ond golf were dropped, and pmg-pong doubles was added Increased clomor this year may bring in a bowling tourney next year One of the chief aims of the department is to give the students what THEY want. Rated high notionolly. the Intramurol deportment owes its success to its personnel. To Proctor, Austin, ond the staff of NYA workers goes the credit for the daily Intro-murol bulletin, finest in the South and exceeded by few Pi Kappa Alpha BakeibollBiggest feature of the Introrrurol year was the climax of the all-compus boxing tournament at the Go tor Growl ot Homecoming Almost 10,000 saw the matches, the equal of any this Stote has seen in a long time, os eight men were crowned chomp»cn$ of their divisions Other high spots of the yeor were swimming, basketboll, ond diamond ball tournaments This year, Intromurols reached o new peak Next year, the Board hopes even a greater record will be achieved ond it is to this end that plonmng will be done this summer The handbook will be revised and more new equipment will be odded to the olreody extensive I Wfr-_______________ _______________________ ttgh-powt wwn John Oowvan flat Ford. Deon M V Ft Oetio TVio $Kdfl«fcoord Ooubta Afcta Tou Omtao and fc v r-up 0 1 »o $qmo PhiRough and Turtle B'Off Sgmo Alpha teflon VcHobdt Action in the fknkctboll Taynoment FRATERNITY LEAGUE Event Fraternity Monmhoe vngin . . . . . . t a Horaho cfcuWes..................... SemtMig....................., . . . X A C Volle boll..........................I I Bcu.ng..............................X a t Shufftetoord unglet ................ « Shufflctooord double ..............• a t BodcfboU............................n k a R03 peng letgl« ....................♦ • A Peig pong doub-’m .... ...♦ » Touch Football........................eAi Tem vngte .........................I I Tenon double .........................ato ft». Beto Delta Ping pong Sng! jACTIVITIESSfucktM Body Ollxtei I o', iff Pcuchpf, V o ProvKkni, Ed Rood. Prevdmi. Jock Jonet, See -Two STUDENT GOVERNMENT AT THE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA Despite oratorical boosts to the contrary during Orientation Week eoch year, the University of Florida does not have the best student government in the country. We do have one of the best systems of self-government, however, and one of the oldest. In origin reoching bock to the early years of the University's establishment, student government struggled through parlous days of trial and error, found itself tempered by experience, emerged os the well-balanced and stoble institution it now is, following reorganization in 1926. Modeled oftcr the governmental mochmery of the United States government, student administration ot Florida hos the three elementary branches of democratic self-government, live legislatrvc, the executive, and the judicial. Here, even os m the national government, the legislative branch is the center around which oil else turns In the mam all legislative functions ore vested in the student Executive Council, which sits twice a month with the President of the Student Body serving os its President. Oxre the Council hos caused a chonge in the student body constitution, the Judiciol Bronch (the Honor Court) interprets this change if ony doubt os to its validity arises, and decides finally on the question In the spring elections eoch year, between fifty and sixty men are elected to administer the University's student government for the succeeding ocodemic yeor Democratic adherence to the belief that eoch student body- office must be elective from publication officer through athletic councilmon to judiciory Chancellor -infre- ently results in semi-competent off tools berng chosen, but here ogom we hove our example in the national government And never hos student government been so inefficient but that the University Administration might still watch it work with o proud otvd untroubled eye, might assist it occosionolly ond toctfully, but never with bonds of interference Toke it oil m oil, student government ot the University of Flondo hos oil the strengths ond oil the weaknesses of any democratic tripartite system And in spite of compus politics end political porties which ore not ot oil ideolistic, m spite of melodramatic ond ridiculous election campaigns, once the student o frrinistrotor is elected he settles down to his job ond fits it well or»d he gets a lot of work done -202-THE EXECUTIVE COUNCIL Seated twee o month before the greot oak table in the Executive Council Room of Florida Unton, Florida's popularly-elected student legislators decide measures to serve the best interests of the student body, opprove disbursements of all student body funds (more than $70,000 worth of them), oct os public-relottons ond policy-creating board for the student body, and m general serve os the major governing body of University students. Through them President, Vice-President, and Secretary of the Student Body, ond twenty-three Counci I men pass the bulk of oil student body business Not always big ones, their problems have to be solved efficiently to keep the affairs of the campus running smoothly. With members elected according to numerical strength from every college of the University, the Council has a busy president who is at once chief executive of the Student government and titular head of the student body The Executive Council, os the legislative bronch of student government at Floodo is the mainspring which keeps the whole unit moving IWi Wilson Ccrvod Anderson Refc m Wok f d Cot xr Broods Gom Joel-son Guo Me Roe Shimon Kerned ones UtcuI Bro«n L-tschQ O'Bryan Chare I Dovd Sehouh -203-Emmett 5m. ih, Chancellor HONOR COURT The students of the University of Floodo hove o high respect for eoch other, ond for themselves If any individual student obuses that respect by cheating on examinations. stealing, or passing worthless checks, the Honor Court of the University has jurisdiction over the cose, ond decides whot punishment shall be administered As the third or ,ud iol bronch of student government, the Honor Court is composed of a Chancellor, ond thirteen members, all pcpularly elected, representing the various colleges fhis gr xip, while if is a compos "Supreme Court" in the interpretation of the Student body constitution and lows, finds its most constont work in the trying of violators of the Honor Code Its power of sentence over such coses includes thot of — 204-rcpfimond. the taking owoy of doss Credits for chcotmg, and expulsion It stops just short of hanging A defendant con appeal the Honor Court's decision to a foculty discipline committee, but the foct that only one to five percent of decisions ore reversed is o remarkable testimonial to the thoroughness of the Court And the "solemn conclaves" of the Honor Court regulotc the operation of ond enforce the Honor System, one of Florida's oldest troditions. by which final examinations ore token without proctor supervision ond opples are sold from boxes on the campus without coshers. The Honor Court — 205 —Pro» Fro; Roger Gregory tfcbb Tom WtfV » Ben MrGohey Prof P I ReerJ ATHLETIC COUNCIL The Council serves os o medium through which students, professors ond othlcttC personnel work together to promote o better othletic progrom Three of its members olso sit on the University Committee on Athletics which hod o major port in resolving the coochmg changes this spring. The body approves all expenditures mode from the student athletic fees before they are referred to the Executive Council for final oction Members of the Council ore : Tom Walker, President; Ben Me Go hey, Gregory Hobbs, Joe Rood, Jock Kinzer, ervd Foculty Members, P L Reed and Frozier Rogers -206-HONORARY AND PROFESSIONAL FRATERNITIESRAY -fcURJUCU DAVID-AVANT bOB-MtCANN STUARJ-AIMON KfcITU- CRjCSbY NIXON • bUTT VIRC1L -COHKUHC SUAW-FOSTfcR.WALLACE-JOPUHC WAREMO MILLER. DELL-GlbbS BILUf -ARNOLD GEOR£E- OUNGr JOUN-UAMILTON EAA ETT-SM TU NWICOIMWUASSONjTA ft ft ft (ft 0, ILi? 9 JSUmwjh 1 (ft O. ft ft ft (ft ft v — a awb- -J — m 1 1 Ca ft ft JLJtfk kJIJs O ft yj ft iJL C| dtL Cl a Brd r. Fletcher KcFn t.Vnicfl Sihermon locy Moss Avont Costerl © lav Nfcrmon Smth, J. E WCtM Bihop Chamfer Ho.mcMii: lotlinghouve fWoj Smith, A S Wife Brcn fcn C n;e'mQnn Hormon VcAnjrni Raven Still Wright, R A Dor,-Ftadge Me Roe Shepard Stoudcmre Wr.ght,W R Engle Ihng Mocker Shermon UHftmonn PHI ETA SIGMA OFFICERS BILL NOR.VAN......................President GEORGE AVANT.....................Secretory JUGlE SMITH...................Vce-Prevdent RALPH ENolE......................Treasurer The Unve'vty of Fkv to Ooptfr o Ph- E(a S-gmo. noKmol vMost fraternity lor frevhnfn oi mto'led m 1930. tlvcugh the efforts of Dean of Students R C Beaty The pr-nyy purpose of Ph EtO Sgmo the fr ourogerr nt cf s ho' Wvp omong first year students Each year. Ph, Eta Sgmo males 0 drrse to roae money fee the Tolbert Menw ol lean Fuid, ond sponsors o speech protect .th the purpose of inform rvg Florida hgh school students abcut the General College M-rrey-vh p n Ph« Eto Sgnx) s one of the most important hr»v % a freshman cen win ot the Un-verutv of F lor do Eligibility is based solely on the ottonment of o ?5 outrage on all ocodcrrx worl completed durng the freshman eor Only four percent of the 1939-40 freshman (toss were odmttcd nfo Ph Eto Sigma th.s «o» Act membersfvp e«ter f» enfy through the Sophomcee star — 210 —Hcubcrger Nc«» Pocctn C -o’cy fWn Smith, R i S'1'1 Wilton Squire Ettmgoff Grohom jordoi McConn Moor Ve.l Weber Weortt Close Forobee Goetsch Paris Shermon Smpson Cock dl Outcher CXrvcon Mormon Holmes Gay Nenmcrk Whiteheod Triplett Corter Goldberg Cooeicro Pocc Smith, R W. Dor Metheny Cody Ert e ALPHA PHI OMEGA OFFICERS NEWTON i MEUBERGER.................Presdent ADRIAN DAANE..........Secrctofy-Trcosurer WAITER WEBER.............First V e Prevent DON EVERETTE................Alum Secretory HOMER STILL.............Second V -Presdint HOUSTON STOCKS...................Hotcrd' PEYTON JORDAN..............Sergeant-ot-Arms Alpha Phi Orega. notonol henoro’y very e frot rmty composed of former scouts, wot orgyt.rcd m 1925 ot Lafayette Ccfiege, Easton, Penmyhona In these fifteen sKxt year the ctgon.rotext has groan until there ore seventy-r o chapters scattered throujhout the United Stores A'eAo Ph, Onego os entailed ot the University of Florida April IB, 1931, n the form of Tou Chapter. The frotem.ty hot sorted along fax prnc ol Imes They ore. Sendee to the Student Body ad Faculty servee to yewth ond ccmmai.ty, serve to members of the fraternity; ond service to the notion os participating cit'fens Toj Chapter has bnxght mxh eredt to Alfho Ph O-ego ot the Urvven.yy of Florda by .ts ustiring efforts to carry out its four pont pion of X v » With each pass ng ftm ty Student Body it lopixia cp to Atpho Phi Omega os the true "serv e" frofertvty. ' vCuiMon McCann Marred. Dunioo HsUmon Reeder Nolo MePheesen ALPHA KAPPA PSI OFFICERS ROBERT MCCANN'..................Rrevdeni CHARLES MePHERSON.................Sectary PAUL 8 ASH...................V cPres«knt REXFORD GIL11AM..................Tr«ou cr FACULTY MEMBERS Dcon Waller J Mather)? HJber C Mi st A S Carrpbe l L M Bfitfol John G EWrdje FronV. W, Tuttle, Deputy- Cauv.tor R 8 Cottle Alpha Kappa Psi, mtccnolpnol professoral froterrvly, is the oldest Ofld tot| est frotomity m commute It as founded ot Nrs York lV «fvty n l t and no» h» fifty-e ht CoNojate ond v f«n oVrm. ctuples » th o total mcnrt f%h p of Ove? t eh« thousand A!p u Fh- Chapter os mtoMed Jonuacy 22. I9X Firm «s its bef«f thot profcss r«ol tronng n on ntnyoi port of cvt Y dl ■ rowsded bus ness edxaton. Alpho Koppo Pv has as its obtect and deals to further the mdrvduol welfare of ts members, to foster sc ntif research n the f ds of commerce, accounts arsi franco, to eduKOte the 10 Cpprecote ond demand h jhef deals theron, ond to promote CCurses kodr } ,0 decrees n txAmess odmcistroton m nstitut ns of coyote ronl To th S nd Alpho fhi n devoting ils utmost efforts -212-Snrrth BrogAn TU v Boilo At«oter Broci Door Ardervn Fredrick Duvol Pecpto Kmrer Hope Perry Butfer W .eon ALPHA ZETA OFFICERS DONALD L BROOKE.....................Chancellor KENNETH P 8RAG00N.........................Set HARVIE S DUVAL.............................C»w EDWIN W BOOTH.........................Treovjrer J. LESTER POUCMER..................Chrcncler AJpho Zeto wen founded Ot the Uhwtrvty of 0h o n 1897, by Chortei W Burkett ond Deon John F Cunn-ngham. m on hcncrory ogr ullu oJ froHemty. Itt c .«ct wen, ond n, to promole the profencn of 03'-Culture; to otobfoh, fonct, ond devdcp hgh irondordt of «hotarth.p, character, Icodrnhp, ond o of feilowih.p omong it merrben The Florxto Chapter wo evtoWnhed n Moy, I9?2 »N menter ore selected from the coiitond-ng ttudmti n the Kiper dn-non of the College of Agr wlture Choroeter, ob«l f , ond 0 icWnU o erage n the tpper two-fifths of the do» ore required The orgorxzatcn a dv dnern-ng itudmtv, pcevmty owordt to oumaryjng vtr.cn, ord OSMH Other orgon-iiotom m carryout worthwfvle ogr ulfurol projects durng the year. — 213 —PQfctlDfcNT VKfc-PQ€l. K-TRtAi. mttW-AT-AflUtt ETCHER CRUlUJt UENI U.LOQISU JACK F.M0NAUAN . AWL B. CONKUIt UWUNAV PCX V GILLIAM QUEMTINC ROCUfc ClAftlNCEAPEllMON VHUMLU.MXEN COftOOH JVWMWEL fRANK OlLEL .Doonr Armstrong Wold Mporposs $mth Oeavenger Hotger Bre-Jef Oav«J Ko»««ki Patterson Redd Cchen BtW GAMMA SIGMA EPSILON OFFICERS ERNEST M HOONETT .... Grand Akhenvst R EUGENE FU3UITT.......(Uc®fdcr GEORGE T ARMSTRONG............V or AlLAN M BIGGAR .... U«3 " Q' W DAVIO STAllCUR . . . El«trtn of the Block Arts Gommo S-gmo Epson. hercrory chem ol frotetr.-ty, mOS lard n 1959 ot Davdvon College, t on. Nxth Corot no The Beto Afcho Chapter «ras mstotfed ot the Unvea-ty cf FkxKfo n 192'. bf ng the third chapter ergon red The pvpose o the fraternity is to stm ote end encewoge the science of chemistry Edibility fer menfcersKp m Gommo S yro Epvlai it limited to rncrixn of the jsner ond sen or c losses. and to groArtte students In erder to be etgWe o student must hcr»e o tcN ott oseroge of ot least B for ho )«ors Of college chemistry ond must be storting Ns th-rd «Or of cUmstry He must ulf.lt the requirements 0 good fellowship. spertsmonshp, xd good moral choroetc' — 215 —Cummings Mdo Kemp Bo,ic Zrwf HoMfl W.fhm MIW Mockler Johnson [XjCkwcrth ALPHA EPSILON DELTA OFFICERS ROSS HA£G£R........................Prevdent MR WtD HOWELL.....................Secretory ROBERT WITHERS..................VxePreudent MlWtY MELA........................Treasurer ASST DCANW H WILSON. . . Faculty A V f Atpho Epvkm Del to, the only premed ol fratrrn.ty on the Urvvervty of ffcndo orrpu , hos served as o construct force « the fostering of oct it«es ol benefit to the premedcol student, ond it hen helped bridge I he OOP between the jpint of premedxol Iroesmg ond thol d the school of medone Alpha Epvkn Delta is more thon on honorary organiioncn Its OCta program consists of sponsoring tips to mtdcol schools, hospitals ond other institutions o4 interest to the prtmed-col students, epen ilkiStroted Wchires. medxol films, on amuol oM-p emed ol bonquft ond s s r »l projects of campus-vndt merest The selective memfcershp is chosen on the bosa of veto'orsh p, med ol merest. ond chorocter -216-$m th Wodwerth Hennctf y Lor h Reeder Arhey Gotoutoj Arrrotrcng Roche Moore Momr k Peterson Allen Lee BETA ALPHA PSI OFFICERS CHESTER H BIGGER....................Prosdent OR D M BEIGHTS . Permanent FRANK LEE.......................V e-Prevdent WALLACE A ALLEN....................Secretory HENRY M LORISH...................Treosorer Belo Alpho Py. hncrory ond proff vcnof occountng frotem.ty. »oi mto'led Morch 26. 1938, on the Un vervty ©f Flor to Compul The frotcmity ccruin of twenty Natcnol Chapters «n oM icodny school of Buvness ond AccoimtnQ throughevt the country. The purpcne of ths frolemty r to encourogr ond foster the «Jro of u v e n the bov of the occcwntryj profesvai. to promote the study of occcuntng ond tt hghest ethcol stendordv, to at « o medium between pcofesvonol men. mstructorv students ond other who ore interested n the development of the study of the professen of occountmg, to drv«kp hph morol, rt oloM ond prcf«vcnol Ottanmcnt n in mtrrtoen. ond to encouroge cor dot intercourse omong ,1 merrtwrs ond the pro euon Qenerotly — 217 —J.U. CATtS CA.PCTEB50N U.B.DOLBEABE tBWBKLANOJr VJILTOD VABN r .StCLM NN Q.A. BENNETT H.U. SCOTT C.A.SOMCBS W.WHAHACAN.Glfar Fronco Houptirem Sprntr Rom re; L tk Gorco.OM Vneses Homilton V.fa FernoryJc; CtfrUos Brown AJvort: Rordj Gcrcet Werter Gorco, A LOS PICAROS DE QUEVEDO Office MANUEL D RAMIREZ.................Cuod.Uo LOUIS CU8ILLAS . . O H HAUPTMANN.............Pnrrer Tenentc JOSEPH ALVAREZ . THOMAS PACKARD...................Copdlwi MJEMBROS Aids Goroo Aryjrn Dow So'oror V K Cvondoff Jorge Vtio Dom'd F Fogicqj'H Williom Moy Frtdr k Reyncidi Pool R Gllcr Kern ! Fionco P F Llk Morofa P Greece Giffei Enroue Monteoegro Octavo Gorcct Frcrfc Femondr; Robert L Sprints John Ham tten Othcn M Gorco . Tenerife , . . . . Evfborw Arturo Mtnttfi Don-cl Monf ygrc Loon A'exondcr Horry B B'Own Jetut Cormono Oedcated to the purpose of strengthening the lies of friendship wh h bind the Any r ot. rrembert of the student body «nd faculty formed in 1933 the choncr chapter of Lot Pcoros, honorory Spcnnh frotem ty Ckttefy 0; d with the Institute of Intcr-Arrcrcon Affairs ond the Deportment of $c y ith. Lot PKOfOi de Quhtd) seeks to further the cultivation of Corvontct' bcout-M tongue ond rrwtoal under-ttondeg by stressing the importance of Hnpon.c Amer on orruty Ccnstontly working toward the Cimt of thcr predecessors. the OCtmt.es of tM yeor's group hove been wry ond vor«d They include o stote-wyje high SChOcJ Spm-th declomotion ccntett, on cuay contest •n Sponih lor Unnert.ty students, ond the publ ot«n of the RevHto lnte»orr r cono, p magarr deo'rg with Lot in Amereon offa-rs Perhaps the most oufsfondng occorref thrwenr n recent iron rs rty estob'ahment of a utter chapter in Lokelond. Lot P-coros de Cervantes, composed of studentt ond faculty menten of Southern Co ege Thus the prospects fee the com-ng cr ore brighter then ever befare — 219 —JMAES H006ES-C.LERK BOB HEWITT-JUSTICE SMA O’BRYAN-TREKSHISTORIAN GRIMES J B. DODO ST CARTER SC OXONMEIL W W ARNOLD B WCAVJLEY S O CARSON TB WALKER D M GREGORY W Mi JOPLING.Jr W. RANISEY n MD CARMICHAEL J O. HARRIS.Jr. CI o G C YOUHG R B WILSON honorary legal fraternity ft « 4 4 W. FREEMAN W T WILLER CR BROWN W A. SPENCEM.U.JOU PRESIDENT JACK DODD-J UAQCY LINDSEY-AL. LEWI' ACT. CAMPBELL -NEIL WE Bl WAEOLD UC6 S-ED.KIIM( FLOYD NENNINGTOI' STEWACT MOQCISOf UENCY QOBEET UAPT PAULSIGMA TAU OFFICERS NORMAN 0 MOREHOUSE...............Pras, km CHRISTIAN KNKEL . Corrcspcndng Secreor, ALVIN S BYRUM................V e-Prasdent CLIFTON C COBB....................TrcoKXt THCOOORE F KOCH.................Secretory . EDWIN N COBB f GEORGE W GILMER -----------H om Sgmo Too. not-onol honorary er-gr er,ng fraternity, wos ‘oundftj at the Unr rvt of Nebrasko. February 4, 1901 Sine thot djif it hos grown until ot Ik prevent rme there ora twenty-two chapters hovng o not r»- fde d-V»4xjtcn Ups ten chapter, of the Unvervty of FkortJo. wo% r.tat ’ shed « 1923, beng the nineteenth chapter To be elg bfe t© membersh p one mi t be o finer or a sene student « the College ct Engne ng ond must be in rhe ucc r third of h-s closs However, selection of member s based upon demons t raters of 'have gj M s wh h ore tego'ded os be rig «s nt l to eng neer.ng success. nomely pra:ticob-l'ty. soo-ability, and schoforshp S grro Tou endeavors a'ways to be of ver»- e to the college Amcrg the seme protects durog the post yeor were the sponvyrsh p of the Eng«ee-mQ Ooy Cop ond the onnuo! £ng netrs’ Boll Vnoller presets d .ng the eor ora coned exit for the purpose of better-ng the grounds sd botdngs of the College of Engr eer ng The ChopTer ©So frontons a loon i sd h h «s used to OSVSt worthy «n n who ora m need of l-noncol od to graduote The nat no! crgon-jotion memo ns a graduate scholarship — 223 - - $•© Cobb.C C Harkins Lemon By nun Cobb, E N Smith Henkel Koch Bc«e Broke!-eld Peorson Morehouse Graham Lofcor C«eoverger Renfro Hot towoy Merited Schoob Jones Stephens II.uL , rXCOb RossSIGMA DELTA CHI S««gcr fcxklev Rcg« Bcouchowp Po» ’l Coata Tumc Tomrr Cody Voji ALPHA TAU ALPHA Poucher GriUCt Frtdr k -224-ORGANIZATIONSFLORIDA In the Lounge In the Poolroom D R "Billy" Mot thews, Director -225- Thmk of q building, Tudor-Gothic m orchilecture, with its worm red bricks fronted with palms and evergreens; think of streams of students passing through its doors between classes to rest, re lex, and amuse themselves, think of the building at night, brightly illuminated, its windows shining with the Executive Council passing requisitions in room 308, a movie showing m the Auditorium, on Open House Dance in Banquet Hall, and a half-dozen other meetings in progress; think of the gome room, with pool, ping-pong, and checker tournaments spurring on the alert to better ploy; think of this and you have part of the Florida Union Think of thirty top-flight lectures in one semester, o UNION dozen movies, two dozen banquets; think of the Information Desk, campus headquarters for student affairs; think of the Bryan Lounge, with its oak and leather furniture and thick drapes, "a more beautiful room," os one transfer student has said, "than I've seen at Drexel, Illinois, or Columbia"; think of the five publication offices on the ground floor, of the Reading Room where you con find "Esquire" ond the "New Yorker" Thmkof anorgamzotion with the expressed objectives of centralizing student activities, promoting recreation, umfyingstudentsondalumni, and establishing a liberal pattern of behavior for Florida men to live by; think of this and you have the Florido Union. The Staff Stondng Wt lo right) : Hordd Riker, NVvcn PWmcr, £ j Weiungtr, G cn Fluout Merritt, Rand» Motheriy, ; xl Rogen. F ot $ x cJen. Even Rcgoi, G t»r Mottbfwt, ftUy Wo tv 8«lt ’ Motlhr Scored Wt to n{Rit : Bill Stonfon, W I McOiriitie, Bcfcc Bartlett, Bob Tench, Mxtcn Dovd KarMor. Curry Bosveli -227- At the Soda Fountain Harold Rikor, Assistant DirectorDIRECTORcramra WEINER, FOSTER,WATSON, GREENFIELD, LATOUR. G . D AY ANT, CADDOO U= SAM E6GER5 RICHTER.DUSYN5KI. ECKFIELD. RICHARD. PARTRIDGE,HEIDT.LAMPP DXLE, LOGAN, PHILLIPS, REPKIN,ROGERS,BRIDGES. PYLE =H. P CONSTANS —MUf ---------------- -------------------:—— SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Bernard BEACH L L R£CS£ . . . . Preident OFFICERS C ShERMAN............Atvuont Bus Mar f . . Bus Manager R OeWlTT BROWN..................Doctor f GROSSBERG..............KbKifyMonogi The Symphony Orchestro is o student organization It is orgomzed. supported, ond run by the students, ond for the benefit of the student body The orchestro has three mom objectives: I. To provide o varied progrom of culturol ond entertaining mus c for the compus ot large 2 To furnish omplc musicol opportunity ond training for every member of the student body, to promote ond stimulate interest in oil music 3 To present such concerts throughout the stote os will best odvcrtisc the University of Florida ond serve the people of this Stote. Organized m 1921 os o seven-picce ensemble, and officially chortered os o compus organization in 1937, it has steadily progressed each ycor, by providing more ond more the odoptoble entertainment which the student body demands The artistic and technical excellence of its programs is the direct result of the gernol lobor and poticncc of "Moestro" R DeWitt Brown, who likes to feel that he is iust one of the "Boys". "Moestro" Brown has served the interest of the Student Body for over twenty years, ond it is he who has mode it the "Students' Orchestro". Bernard Beach, President Lynn Reese. Business Monoger ROSTER OF THE UNIVERSITY SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA S»f« Bolt: Wm Gnff.th fin Viola : Elmer J Stttt Do«- d (Confer Nst Kan Arcno»ir 8 M Saw he; f red CrauUig Robert W.'lorn R t ord Artx Jock Brani Deli Morbn Jock. Stanford VMm: Frar Dutyrnki Vctor Broon L I Rwe. Jr T LBc l Joe Chrniie Berne Kurland Second Violin: Dond MxkBelan Harrivcn Smth Leroy Smeoi Larry fcrtwfl George Cdbd L N Kcil.ter Pcrre V«tol George Artx Jure fiaghn Jack Bocrnhotl CeMot Rater I Hukhemcn Margoret Smth Coriefl E. Cobb M H Broon Virgrta Hughes Fred VxW Alfred Won Mil Frank Horrnon Wm Htn'crd Fred Enkme Jerry levoe lottooot: Arthur Leon Emeit CoUm Tmmpett: Koy Montgomery Thamai Baughman Joe Mormon French Horot: Choi Shrrmon A»en HentLn Jock Engle Wm Birring Ftoloi: Ted Ha; 4t George Awant Carl MoMman CWrioett: Bernard Beach toJC Tw, Ohoot: Jamet Kurperi Jock Dole Troafeenet Vcrrvn Whitley Dand fooler Jen Moore PncimiM: A L Fouler Reuben Capctcto Roland Bo ley Aaron GddbergBAND Joe Modding Owen Pi I Ions Bee i Georgia ! Brokow, C H Remington, R M Monomer Awi Buvnrw Monooc Hudson, Robert — 231 —VARSITY DEBATE EASTERN TRIP George Yootg Sroofl Smcn Dovrsscn Doik)p WESTERN TRIP Bill Grimes Ed Rood Cooehrs Poul E GM«nhcf. Arthur A Hopkins ENGLISH DEBATE SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION TOURNAMENT 8»«wi Tor h lorw Leggett D k Art3ef»n Irving C pen GRAND EASTERN DEBATE TOUR NAVE NT Stuyt Stmcn John Colton Bronn Davisson CXrv'op Sidney AronoiitJ Ed Rood Bill Grew GENERAL COLLEGE DEBATE GEORGIA-SOUTH CAROLINA TRIP: Ted Covnglcn John 'Argon Nolhon Arcrcvil: Seth Flax GEORGIA• ALABAMA TRIP Alfred Kchn Ralph Turing ron Janet McDo-eH Rcfccrr Tench FLORIDA TRIP Horo»d Neff Jock Notts Al Cone Ante! WitiemienVARSITY DEBATE SQUAD ft Andcrwn AfonotitX, S Bo rco Bro n Bruno Cowthon Cody C pcn IXriop Owi h Ely Engle Fleming f wet Fudn Goldman Guernsey Hollxmon Kotz teggell Motheny Meuer Morrn Peters Rogers Rood.) S mcn S-mpyn Srmtzes Snorr Tench, B Tench. R Tucker Underwood. Mgr. WoWfU We vs Yongc Yaxsg -233-H P Ccnstans J. E Johnson James Garland LYCEUM COUNCIL Through the efforts o the Lyceum Council, good cultural entertainment is brought to the campus, for the edification c»xJ enjoyment of the student body The progroms Sponsored by the council ore of the highest quality, os well os interest The purpose of the Lyceum Council is to teoch the students to better oppreciote fine speakers, singers, ond musicians by exposing more of this type of culture to them In the post through the efforts of this body, such ortists os Morgaret Spooks, John Charles Thomas, Helen Jepson, Poul Whiteman, ond James Melton have visited the campus CXie to the recent doubling of the Lyceum Council student fund, there hos been a great mcrcose in the octivity of this body, until ot the present time it is one of the most important phases of student government. There ore about six progroms now sponsored every year. The Lyceum Council is composed of two foculty members. Dr. Johnson, ond Dr Ccnstans, plus three students, James Gorlond. Chorles Boyd, ond David Avont, elected from the student body ot large. This group is responsible for every phase of the programs This year the council brought to the campus the unusually varied ond interesting progrom consisting «n port of Cornelia Otis Skinner, Don Cossock Choir, the Joos Bollet, and Will Osborne's Orchostro David Avont Charles T BoydPRESBYTERIAN STUDENT SESSION The Presbytenon Student Session, founded m 1934, is the governing body for Presbytenon student work on this campus The Session is divided into Elders and Deocons' groups, there being twenty Elders and ony number of Deocons Meetings ore held twice monthly ot the Presbytenon Student Home which wos recently oc-quired by the Student Session. The following ore members of the Student Session: BdffV Corr Bony, Jow W BeonMcy, John J Bentley. CorioH Cobb, Bob Cody. Adrian Doonc, George Dov . Arnold Deon, Ro’ b Engle, Jr, Arthur Fobrck, Rcbert Godmon, MoktWn McAlpm, (febome McKa». Tom oilmen, Robert Y Patfe vjn, ArtKjr R vkm. Hugh Rcbmcn Eo'I Sony t, ond DoHOi Swndk Ococorn Front BorlhcJI, Curry J Bowelt, FronkUn Beatty, Don Browner, Wm D Ckxke, Jr, Proton Cockrell, George M Codey, Lawrence Dova. John Dewell. Pair Eddngv, Groyvon tmgn, Fred Foiikner, Monton R Fnencn, Thomoi Horrnon, Jchn Mnicrmater, Everett A Howell, Bert Krvucut, John R Jonei, Jr, Ben Lone, Whit Merrn, Wm J. Matot, Jock hbnti. Ben C McGahey, Thomos OMoro, Joe Potf k, Rchord K Perm, Charles Pcrkmi, Janet D Preston, John W Puller, Jr, Joe Rood. Fror . Smook. Frank K Stetson. Jr. Mike Stephen , Jchn Templey B H Th ix J0n, Billy Tcmoiello, Henry Woodard, ond B » y Zochry -236-COOPERATIVE LIVING ORGANIZATION OFFICERS FRANCIS H CARTER .... Gwol Vcro)f HENRY MOTES...................House Myvoger ETHO SKIPPER. . . Cho rmw, EftCCUtne Boo'd DON KIMBALL....................Mew Mono MORI NMCOWN......................Secretory L E TEW.......................House Monoger ALBERT WITT................Purchosng Agent Fundamentolly the Cooperottve Living Orgomzotion is designed to sent University-students of limited income The Orgomzotion is mcnogcd entirely by its members and their elected representatives Through living together in o spirit of cooperotion its members ore not only enabled to ottend the University, but they olso ocquire the ort of living with people In eight yeors. the Orgomzotion hos grown from a membership of four to o member, ship of seventy-eight members Floyd Eubonks Fori Fa rdo h WJ!on Anderson Monhol A r mg ion B 1I Atwater Horry Bos veil Roy B'Hs Woodw Block Ardney EWand Bronson Brewer Hordd Brewer CondSrr Brooks, Jr Bn rtr Brown John Alden Brown, Jr John Motf Brown Hordd Bomey Jomes Boltrom Fronc s Carter Romeo Cooksey B tl Cowen Donoldson Curtis Norton Fmney Howord Fletcher Mo .well Fletcher Show Fosier Tofcert Fcmlcr George Freeman Woodrow Gkrn Willmm B Gr.1f.tts R'ijen Groom Robert Gsmen W.ll-om S Moos Morns Mo-mow.U T T Hatton Ooude How ns V lor Herotd IUm. HniAiwe »wjn Franca Home B U Mosfcrd Bemord Howell Bert Humeutt Pal Muster Vc . n M Johnson Bob kr i Ocn K rrboll Tommy L uniced Bahop McCoJer Meet UcCom B H McCown B-li Mecklem Robert Modey Ben M ss Henry Motes Low ten Owens Hubert E Porromore Joe Pofr k, Jr. Kenneth P-epen Jchn Pomeroy Jthn RowH Woodrow R hor fc m Robert A Rogers Paul S ms Edward Sk pper Etho Sl««f Ralph $c»ioci Jermy So 'es Arthur Titus Poul Usher Jchn Wodsworth George Worker W.'lom F W-lkenon Ed-m Wiliams B lly Wilson Lora Winchester Albert A Witt epard Yocmg — 237 —TH6 coionas ww.flwao E.O. ATKIN C.T.BOYD Jr. N.BEOHl A.T.CCCPER S.F. CARTER U.ROREW 552 VJLFRtcAWI OF. 6UIELAND OEU.OI 5 W.«VG 0Z4OFFICERS JOHN FREDRICK................Prevdent . )»M HAEGER . . . . .........Tr o,;-Cr BUOOY ANO€RSOf»..........V c Pt itoi PAUL BRAGOON . . . Rwlef DJCK REMINGTON...............S«relory OR JOHN T CRElGWON. Ad ond S«r y OBJECTIVES: I. To promote the study of entomology. 2 To encouroge reseorch ond tcoching of entomology. 3. To ossimilote and dissemmote widely knowledge of pure science, economic ond populor enfomology for loymon's oppreoation To bong about o closer cooperation between all entomological organizations ond phases of the science 5. To publish o semi-annual journal. _ 6. To sponsor the Florida entomological conference onnually The sponsoring of the Florida Entomologicol Conference morks on orvmal highliqht in this organization. Every year on outstanding scientist is honored at the arvvml bonquet NEWELL ENTOMOLOGICAL SOCIETY Rcgm Hocb To, tor Cod ton Frcdr k Ataote BENTON ENGINEERING SOCIETY Low ter Wendt Brokefeld Gordie Cobb Menl cl Tolly $t y lon Morehouse Smith Lata Uxrn [vom Robert Godmon !i±bs Schoub AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CIVIL ENGINEERS Bock—Top row. starving l«lt to r jhl) C» 'les B Lawter, preudentj Douglas M Corte , trcoviser, John M Burnett, vce-president, Bsenfy B Cowden, secretory. Pro H J Miles Top row, uttng (left to rght W C Von CM. C C Row. J f Shn er, W W Gbbs. Prof P L Reed Second row, J'ltng (left to right! O M Corter. C C Cobb. VWI Gcener, G J Hobbs. Oodes Brokcfefd. Jcbn Clark Frcnt Third row. siting (left to right). J J Benton, C H Oilman, H M Sullivan. W B K rby. R B Bits, Oon Walker -240-AMERICAN SOCIETY OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS OFFICERS CURTIS H STANTON.............Chfrrmon DARBY ONES................Sc rctcr FRED L TUNIS..............V «-CN»rmon LEWIS W JENKINS............Treoturer prof, r a Thompson . . . Horcrorv cnj rmon h trrt of the A S M E tt orronged e pChire Firs ro Proi R A Thomcncn, Prof C H Jvm, Sh-deron, Jeofc-m, Stonier, Tcrt . Morehow . Prof W. W. Feieron, Prof N C Ebough Second row VorMecL. Long. Bavsett, Aoomet. Wendt, Snjrr, Godson, Steverwcn, Coitellano. Monte I Third to . Retorts, Redgro . Coote, Ccfi, McDemwn, F jl, Hotto»o , V«io, Pecrvcn, ChAto Not w extire Jcne . A D, Bo.ley, R J 24! —AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERS cj Cx ajbit .mk a 9 D o a 4k e q a a1 a a JLJf 8e vV. Hrr»W, Smith, Dovd. Wrgeo. Fooify Ad»vKf Sec • Treat Prcvdfnt V e-President Foculty Ad»nef at Branch Brcfco B»rum Cocoa tore Ckovcnper Dem Cvony, J G Evarn, W E Golc Gorcci Ho»kmt Mfdt High K« y Kovnuki Morton Motion M m Rr6 ncn Rodeo So' rtajry Secede ViW'w -242-BrocAe Anderson Foust-n Young Syfrcil IVpe Robmcn Cov«nton (Vnxk Freeman Elio CM4r«s W.IVerscn Brogdon Gfocrl T ner Brandon H fcr NboJ SfNOtll ComcMi Gcnn Ro«H K inzer Ar ot«r McLean Flood Bre er Squires Neomoss Cotemon 6o M« Boyles Fortner Bo Vy 8 rd Drole M-lls AGRICULTURAL CLUB OFFICERS OTTOC SYFRE1T............Prevent NAROlD S BREWER . . . Secretory-Trcouxtr FLOYt) L EUBANKS......WePrevdtrM BILL ATWATER..............Renter The object of the Agriculturol Club is to promote by ossociotion with one onother, the interest of Agriculture among its members, to discuss topics of general interest, ond to tram its members for generol leadership. — 244-T «er Hope Covtnton Sdw.ll Atwater Drofcc K.nzer Witwion Ro«t» fkr t« Svfrett Comffcdl Rood Mdion Bo Act Coicmon Rob-mcn Winc H odefy Ell. Perry BLOCK AND BRIDLE OFFICERS JACK KINZER...................Prrvden- O C SYfRETT.......................... 6 I GRISSETT..............V e PrrvdrM FlOYO EUtAMCS.......................Repcrter J 0 COtEMAN..................Secretory DANia TYNER...................Mv?hol The Block ond Bridle Club is composed of members of the Agricultural College who ore OClively interested in the promotion of animal husbandry The dub onnuolly stoges o "Little Internotionol Livestock Show ond Rodeo" in wh h only members participate The rodeo is always full of color ond oction The dub was orgomzed m 1932 os the Toreodor Club The first "Little Interna tionol ' was held thot year with about 300 people in ottendonce In 1935 o rodeo wos staged m connection w.»h the Livestock Show (the first to be he'd at the University of Florida' The club continued to grow and m 1937 it stoged a "Livestock Show ond Rodeo" which was broadcast over WRUF Over 2,000 people attended In 1938, through the leadership ond untiring efforts of S«dney Marshall ond the foculty odvisory committee, composed of members of the Animal Husbandry Department staff, the local organization become ofhliated with the notional Block and Bridle Club The 1938 "Little International Livestock Show ond Rodeo" was held ot Florida Field before o crowd of 8.000. Approximately 12,000 people attended the 1939 show Increasing interest, evidenced by both participants ond oudience, promises to moke this annual fcoture of the University calendar one of even greo’er importance thon it hos been m the post. — 245 -Ftv'po Thoma Con rod PoVner A mvtrcng South'd Nf on Tof »o W Hon Wjthn» ScNvudt VkJoI Raw Schettof Haggerty Arfc ns MruJ McLeod Goldstein Hom-lrcn bty Ckavtcn Mazo Evom Grenwe K»l« ion MORTAR AND PESTLE SOCIETY FOUNDED 192) FACULTY MEMBERS DrPA Focic. Dr W J Hum. Or F V lo grm. Dr C H Wnwn HONORARY MEMBERS T J Mncek. C H Becier, W M Bwon, C T Pnccfifo ADVISORY C H J rw OFFICERS ALBERTA B EVA ................Pmifcnt OOASEA RAMOS...............Aclr Secretory DAVID SOUTHARD...........V Fmdtnt BILL MATHEWS...........................TiMMV CHARLES CARROLL.............Secretory JEANNE LOUISE SCMElBlFR .... Reporter The Mortor ond Pestle Phormoceuticol Society is composed of oil the students enrolled in the School of Pharmocy. Two ore the mam purposes of this society to unite pharmocy students and to instill in them the high ideals of the profession of pharmocy. In the fulfillment of this objective bi-monthly programs ore presented that include talks by members, professors, ond outstanding men in the profession, moving pictures related to pharmocy, debates, ond anything that will leod to the attainment of its goal In the annual p ogrom on mspxtion trip through outstanding monufocturing companies is included This trip offers the students on opportunity to observe the manufacture of pharmoccuficols ond so be able to obtain o more complete knowledge of the field he hes entered. — 246 — Cochron Crolton BoiOnxyn Dorn Corey Toy lor Berry1 Romaje Be»«s Wolker Palmer CMdress Mortn locklin Proctor Goy Rc6mcr» Mans Jolfe Goykrd PEABODY CLUB DR J D HAYGOOD. Foculty AA.yer OFFICERS BIRON H WALKER...........................JOHN H BEACH............Secretory CUSTONCROFTON............V«Prevdenr ARTHUR JAFfE..............Insurer The Peobody Club of the College of Education originated on the compos of the University of Florida in 1912 The years since thet time have seen the chorocter of the club change from that of o debating society to that of on active organization intimately related to the teochmg profession 1939 sow o significant change m the composition of the club, membership is now extended to All students preparing for the teochmg profession The mam purposes of the orgomzoticn ore to promote professional fellowship and to broaden professional outlook ond interest. MEMBERS —Cdmn Albr ht. W H Atketycn, } n J Berry. Brodcy Be V lcr.o 8 ko«, J R Block. Record E Boirman. 6 E Bumf M 0««n M B rxr. W'Ilord E CoWh . Oo i« Corey. J C CMdw, John W Cork. Herbert J Cohen. Don Cockron, Dr Alfred Crogo. George font, Robert S Dropcr, Ju’on Efitling. Rcy-rxrd M F emng. AJdo Gorc J. B :t Goy. StonV, Goylord. J Ho 0 d Guthr . Joe Mc-e, E K HoHey. F 0 Hnvry. George W Haw. Henry Kee«. R M Lockl« T J McConnell. V 2 McLeod. H G Marks. Ed --n G Money, W.llom J M.ller. Wr'om E Miner, Roy Mchod, Z H Toytcr, Thcrrxn B Pockord. Jtbrrr, Polme . O «n P-Orn, Som Proctor, V L Rorroge. Rutin Robmcn. Scnx«l M Rogers. Lourence E Ro e -247-Holliman Benton Cufcrcoth BroJfv C rpbfll Krr w»l Ccta Pdculo McCoAy Bryont We-mroub Proctor txSx tk mir i Thcmoi Goy Williams Fo r Beor Wyfc Korn INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB tCKARO F LOGAN OFFICERS mt JOHN PIKULA....................Sccrttory-Treosurcr PW5F S P SASHOfF t Fa-.ji . A . u« DR M J DAUCR • ‘ fo •',|vAihi«ci ALVIN J COMEN.............V e PrewVnt Under theouspreesof theCornegie Endowment for International Peoce ond dedicated to the momentous task of promoting international understanding and p2OC0, the International Relations Club wes organized on the Florida campus m the spring of 1927 Its purpose, os that of the Carnegie Endowment, is to instruct and enlighten publ opinion, not to support exclusively any one view os to how best to treat the conditions thot ore constantly ansmg throughout the world, but to fix the attention of students on those underlying principles of international conduct, of mternotionol low, ond of international organization which must be ogreed upon ond put into effect if a peaceful civilizotion is to continue Through the me- dium of lectures, discussions, open forums ond litcroturc the I R C strives to ochieve this end International m scope, the organization hos clubs in every State in the Union ond in mony foreign countries, rongmg from Chino ond Jopon to Irom, Austrolio ond the Union of South Afnco. The sear 1939-40 wes o nofobly successful one for the Florida I R C Particularly outstanding was its senes of open forum lectures by eminent professors on the compus on the general subject, "Europe, the Wor ond Amer-•co" Other highlights of the ear were the lectures of Senor Ernesto Montenegro of Chile the Store convention, ond the regional convention ot the University of North Carolina -248-FLORIDA RIFLES Hodge Ha f rcn HeaJtm Green Jones Bo,d Cofemon Carter, W A Carter. D WKtaVef Do Uh.te od Edwards To nc Reg -i ter INDUSTRIAL ARTS CLUB Scored OcnC« tf« sec to tor,. Rev MrhoH, Prof Jock Bc onrw , faculty odr-se . Deem G B S wm, Giorgr Dav . prwderM. Ed ord Mom Standng: Hugh Crowon. F H Fit. f otf k. J en 8erry, Harold Hughes, Clsion Crofter. Joel. Poncm. Wolte Arl..n ,cn, Zektfei Toyler, ytee-prev dent. Fred Bo'ley. Joe Hww. Henry Keel loot in p tur« , treasurer. Oft crt Second Semeitcr Zelcte Toy or. pres-dent, Cl'S ton C'ofton, v «-pendent, JcJrs Berry, secretory; Jock Pc sen , treasure — 249 —PRESS CLUB Wger Burkin Gd rort MdH B'orxfcn Oucit Covtnion FOURTH ESTATE CLUB Burkin Swae Momiltcn B OuC OW HWlJiron H ’« StowJemir -250-FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA Robert! Holder Rojeher Butler Brandon Mtlfe Glenn O ildr«4 Wmccy COOPERATIVE ENGINEERS A K«ht B yn«tt Burkholder V. i e Moutz VAttJieod — 251 — Cor» e ZondcrGATOR PEP CLUB Rood V be t Knc rf« Rogm Still Pocc Foifdoth Gourlcy Keonelly Motheny Young Smith Harmon Sounder On the Way to Morylond!GAINESVILLE PUBLICATIONSFLORIDA ALLIGATOR Vonguord of o progressing University of Florida is the Student publ.cotions field And most progressive step of the year wos the od.-ent of a semi-weekly Florida Alligator Editor Jno W Hamilton ond Business Monoger Merle Wodswcrth worked under o heavy burden, what with putting out twice as many issues with no additional funds ond gomg way into the hole on a Homecoming Edition that took three night press runs But they pulled through the experiment with a bo lone ed ledger ond o newsier newspoper ft ft ft Publication procedure from a Tuesday or Friday morning to the Circulation in the small hours of the next morning entails the cooperative effort of o staff of 60 students plus the printers at the Pepper Printing Company -home of the Gainesville Sun News ond feature assignments are posted early and usuolly wind up with a criptic, "D g something up". By early afternoon the Alligator staff hos stripped the other publication offices of their typewriters ond the clot ter becomes terrific for several hours, dying down ot deadline time to the rapid flick of the last-minute man who is inevitably there to hold up the works with his kite story Meantime o botch of copy has olreody been sent downtown to the printers m early afternoon ana at the6o'clockdcadlinco staff of proof-readersand the editors take wer the Sun's focilihes, including its rnonagmg editor, "Bobby" Beard, ond a row of Imotypists As things begin to roll smoothly ond it looks like the boys will get home before breakfost, one of the business staff o'most mvonoWy rushes up the stairs waving a holf-poge od that MUST go in Business ond Editorial stoffs at on opposite sides of the Green Table ond gkire ond bristle ot each other. But the business end always wins ond Hamilton ond Sweger tear their hair and pull type ond rearrange o carefully plonned make-up ... a difficult job under the best circumstances Proof-read twice, once m galley and once by poge, the corrected type is locked in metol forms ond trundled downstoirs to be set on the presses Run through slowly at first, there is o last chonce to check on glaring errors Then the editor offixesNews Ed-tcr iomivcn keeps o tcnc hondy »gur« -t out Fwti f Edtor Rego pUcks onother gxd lecture . N? knows the' won't be room Acfrv t.es Ed tor We«ss osks the ch "who wrote rhn crop -' Newmon ond Spc ts Edtcr Kohn look gu rty on 0 K ond the Alligator i$ "struck" For hours into the night ond momma, nothing but o grinding roar fills the locality and one by one, comes the crcotion of The Florida Alligotor "For o Grcoter Flcrido". When everything is still (oil the looks ore closed) ond the popers ore stocked ond it's olmost time for the day to begin ogam, o light touring cor creeps oround to the rear of the printma plont ond the circulation stoff goes to work Before the day is well under woy they hove delivered 3,000 copies to students ond ore busy with o heavy moiling list Thot some morning a row assignment sheet is posted begin ogoin EDITORIAL STAFF JNO W HAMILTON...........................Edtor-n-Clvef JACK SWEGER...........................Mcnogng Ed tor FRAMC COW.ES........................Assoc ote Edtor 806 COOY............................Assoc«te Ed tor OON WEISS...........................Ac I unties Edlor JOHN COTTON BROWN.....................Edtoro! Boo»d ALFRED KOHN..........................Co Spxts Edtor JOHN JAMISON.............................News Edtor BILL REGA.............................Feature Edtor PHILLIP GOLDMAN...............Asvslant Sports Edtor JAMES MxMULLEN...........................Make Edtor WILLARD BEAUCHAMP...................Co Sporls Edtor HOLMES ALEXANDER.............Ass-stant Sports Edtor PALL MOLTZMAN........................Exchange Edtor SAM TURNER...................................Cortocnat BOB WIELAND........................Fraternity Edtor REPORTERS Ben Fcgdson. Stuo t Newman. Seth Fla . James Powell, Jcbn StcuOcm re, El oh PeHmon, James Hathaway, Verncn Qrg'ey. BUSINESS STAFF MERLE WADSWORTH....................Bus ness Monoger OSCAR REEDER...............Ass-stant Busness Manoger SAUL LEVINE..........................OaAaKn Monoger JOHN MORRIS.............Asvsfont Grafotian Monoger VINCENT ARKElL...................................0»f c Manoger RALPH TURL'NGTON..................AAerfnrvj Manoger ERNEST WYNN.......................Aderfismg Monoger JIMMIE PACE ........................ Credt Monoger BUSINESS STAFF ASSISTANTS Jrkn Morgan, J rrrr-e WorrJI, C A Vaughn. Ck»v Cod-ngron, Yemen Werner. B uds Col Ins, Gecrge SmOr f, Bodd Ftifipj CIRCULATION ASSISTANTS Mxvn Esvg. Milan l tr. George Maxwell. Ansd W-ttensren, B;6 Gokfeeeg, Ted Devi, JcPn Lee Colins. George TedJer, Fred FWiner. Jr, Koy Rowlett, M.tcMI 6 xnv,’en, Sol Alexander, Not Mostow, Gerold lOea. Orw n Lebcrmom, Bm fogelvcn, Bob M gge. Tom Ycxrsg 'Topi Busness Monoger Wodswcrrh ond Assistant Pace get down to th pe?c moges 'Centeri It's the busness staff thot brngs n the support Mere ore seme of the boys thot dog n the octants tBottcml 'CirciAaten Monoger Levine gets o lift by reodng the At.'goior rhf nren who pass them out look busy for the comeromon .. or do they?- - ■ j '•Mnrmarf — l_- -i----- — ■—m—------------------------------- --•.£ n-t.-u-- cni Bo«Vlc voy 1940 SEMINOLE In the first week of April, 1939, just ofter the hurly-burly politicol season hod (ked o noturol death, o Seminole Staff gathered and went to work When onother April come around they were still hard at it Comes May, ond ofter thirteen months the 1940 Seminole stoff relaxes mto catching up ocodemicolly. Semmote-producmg is no catch-as-cotch-con proposition but o corefully plomed ond re-plonned ten thousand dollar construction And that planning is done by o staff of 30 students ond scores of outside establishments printers, engravers, poper dealers, pointers, etc By the time the Seminole work gets heavy, right around outumn, the contracts hove been token core of by the Board o Student Publications, a rough moke-up hos already been figured, ond Business Monoger Bill Grimes ond his boys are convassmg the field 'or those helping advertisements. With pictures coming m, then, from everywhere, the monuol labor commences usuoMy by o group of fraternity-driven freshmen Competing for the one freshman Seminole key. the first-ycor men keep occurote count of the hours on the |ob witness this yeor's top man, Ed Long, who put in 500 hours on your Seminole. Meantime the editors have hod their heods together. Picture S’zes and ploces have hod to be figured to the froction of on inch And these ore mounted on large p«eccs of cardboard, sized to represent a poge Then off they go to the engravers At the same time the editorial board has gone to work turning ait, OS now, whot they hope will be informative to some ond o pleosont memory of "the good o'-d days" to others And this is shipped to the printers. Cover designs arc important too, end take o lot of deliberation Color, style, theme, ottroctivcness. usefulness and a lot more Sometime in April all the engravings hove been sent to the printers os ore the covers and the corrected proofs. Thot was thirty days ago The Semmole arrives Tucker th nk» ©t 0 od Burnett Monoger Grew t« S Jlor lO'evncn Ervin ond Green "So«t Hon o poo ond ivt o n kle under’" H«yd worker ftr»e's t-gu-ei out o ro» politico! meve The b g-ihofi together "You br ng the beer ’, Asvx«!e Ed-fcr Lornh prcpoici Mcnogng Ed ten TKrrpicn ond B nk ore ihxked The other AivXOte Ed-for. Heuberger, looki I ke it' o g»d -deo I Bunxtt Stoffmeo Erv-n ond Oe«n p «n the-f Tcl’o-howee ond id 'lol wn W 'In turn that grin on C Mhi©f J «n lor he but Lor he looki luiCKOui SEMINOLE EDITORIAL STAFF EDITOR Horry BfO»n MANAGING EOITORS; Ro’fh 6 look, Ford Thome vc« ASSOCIATE EDITORS Fred Pcn-K r , Henry Lensh, Newt Meuberger, l gett Korney DEPARTMENTAL EDITORS: PoiV Holfrmon, Publ at«ns, Jock Swegee, Sport PHOTOGRAPHERS Chortes BorVJey, Frank Femander STAFF ASSISTANTS: Edward Long (Freshmen Key '••oner), Ted Solb. Loren Snorr, R®, Cdee. 8 Ty Mahonvy, Gordon FleMChmon. Clem CrossSand. George Tedder, C ver Edwordv, Bernard Kaminski, Bredferd Brown. DkV 8rcwn, Seth Flax, K 0 Llewellyn, Ben Foge son, Educ'd Woodberry, Den Weds, Morris A Ho’e .V ar»J Editor's |vt Freshman key « -r r Fd Lana spent 500 hcvr cn the ;. i while Ed tor B'own r - tcvl MoUwon's labor ReUttiens Committee •s unes! gating I ivf Ixjrd rt .rk ng rr,.-n . . . (VvJ O Greek. g i SEMINOLE BUSINESS STAFF BUSINESS MANAGER Bill Grimes ASSISTANT BUSINESS MANAGER: Bob Ervn SOLICITORS: Frank Green, Ralph Morin, Emest Wynn, Thomas '■Shiteheod BUSINESS STAFF: Ferscn Tucker, Jen Keener, Ale Edwards, Bill Hoffman, Frank Copplemon STAFF ASSISTANTS Hordd Goforth, 8rucc Rett ns, D k Brown, Hugh J. Philips, Billy Mahoney, He«b Son-mon. Clay CodrmQton, J B Watson, A thur ZupkoFLORIDA REVIEW As, almost simultaneously with the Seminole, o fourth Florida Review is put to bed to wind up the 1939-40 school year, the Review looks bock over the months and comes up proud of the help it has been In the eyes of those who step to think, the Florida Review was founded in 1931 by the Farr Literary Society with o two-fold purpose foremost of which is providing on outlet for student litcrory tolent And, while there will always be a difference of opinion, the secondary function of entertainment was not disregarded This year, at least, the Florida Review hos remained of utilitarian value to oil the students who availed themselves of its services ond ot the some time has been given some gems to ploce on its poges for the enjoyment of those who avail themselves of those poges it it it In spite of o recent editorial, publication of the Florida Review does not begin with the drawing of numbered cordboords from a hat. by way of choosing material. Instead, right around deadline time, the editoriol staff gathers obout its toble ond each of o score of men mark their opinions of the material on o criticism sheet form, borne of the best literary oems of the Review appear on those sheets . from it stinks" to the inevitobly Weissmger "maybe" Next function »s thot of the editors os they put their hoods together ond weed further till the possoble contributions will fit in 32 pages The artists then go into oction . . . ond the photographers Covers, drawings, ottroctive titles, timely pictures And their work is sent to the engravers. And don't forget Jimmy (jinn's boys The business stoff hos gothered in some of the financial Support by this stage in the game ond the ods hove to be mode up Proofs bock from the printers, corrections ore mode ond o final book moke-up is orronged by Editor Me-Glosson ond his assistants Agom comes o concentration of engravings ond copy ot the printer's, this time m Fernondmo with ex-Alligotor Editor Bill Chambers supervising Followmq the material comes Editor or Assistont or both to check the final mogorine by poges and moke necessary las’ minute shifts . ond to give the "go ohcod" signal to the pressmen Three days press run ond the Florida Review arrives on the compus ond is distributed immediately by o conscientious circulation staff About that time the stoff is looking for new contributions .. that's where we come in EDITORIAL STAFF MALCOLM McCLASSON...........................Ed tor ED WEISStNGER .......................Moron r«j Ed iof PAUL M0LT7MAN .....................Ayvstont Ed id JACK BEACH rd ARTHUR RE KIN.......AsscOOte Ed ton STAfF MEMBERS: Corm ri Wtuimg McGowon. Vincent Arie l, George Wenred, lkr d Flood, Roy Shocktefcrd. Jchn McCurde. Cu»t s Townscndl George Shoe, J.m McDo»e« J r Hothoeoy. Ed Bore , J«tl Dorn. Lourence 0 0. JcAn Cotlcn 8fO n, Alfred KcJn. Chorlev Bomicn. Oavxl Foliter. Murray Mantell. Don Wni FACULTY ADVISER Kenneth Skoggs BUSINESS STAfF JAMES QUINN................................Buwwu Myoger JACK PACE........................Aiwlonl Buimi Manager STAFF MEMBERS CHortey Ostner, Pot Emrroxid, Terry Drake, Horry Woggcner. levlc Alderman, SkYky Arcnov tr, Herbert Sussmon, Mle Co -txwn, B'H Chompho, O o»tcy Sherman. Chorlcy 8ra»n, Johnny McLajrn, John Emp.c, Jock LeMoyne. D R 6o mon. Oliver Edwards, S Bray. tTcp) Mcrogng Editor Wcssnger "M be Editor McGtoVton "Dyuh meon it ’ Assistant Editor HoHiimd: "A », g‘»on“ Awx oie Ed tor Rcokn "Povt' cty“. (Center) Busrat Monoger Qum tips hi doll ©ft to some od sedng tr kn »es l Bottom I The medtat.cn board p Ls the conirbutem to p«es . . mvorioWy dvco-og-ng permanenity od the buddng Hemng«i©| , Wolfes, or j Porkery FLORIDA COLLEGE FARMER A publication to bong together the diversified fields covered by the University's "Ag" College, the Flondo College Former links ten ollied student organizations and the agriculturally ocodem In its field this quarterly mogozme has received notion-vode attention on o number of occasions in the last several years Besides catering to the Ag College Student Body, the mogozme with its orticles ond comments of form interests serves and is subscribed to heavily by Flondo formers over the state. The Florido College Former follows o publication schedule similar to the Review ond was printed m Williston this year. Timely, informotrve ortidcs ond agricultural recommendations ore written by ogriculture students who aim at disclosing the latest findings ond procedures in Forestry, Entomology, Forming, Ammo I Husbandry, end other fields. EDITORIAL STAFF J LESTER POUCHER........................Ed-tor ASSOCIATE EDITORS Here rod M mn G Grennet, Cu» is Ulmer. Cod Fatfcloth. Jot DEPARTMENTAL EDITORS Arthur P. Ellis, Le»oy Forin r, Wilson Suggs. Eux Boyles. Joe Adams. Rcbtri Granger. Te d Purvn, Johnny Me Lour es. Glen SiecLtl, Worren Wood, Harold Brewer, Chari« Wmcty, £ Mil, Ben Woahom. Thom Sinner, Claude S oier. Burner Dean. OorVs HowfH, Clmt Brands, M C. Eldr-dge. Bill At« otcr FACULTY ADVISORY COMMITTEE: Deon H H K r . e«-oM io Choirmon M S Woilt, Chor-mon. L M ThuVcn, W G Kiri. C H W Vsughby, E A ZegW BUSINESS STAFF LORAN V CARLTON....................Buvreu MwOOR WILSON SUGGS....................AAtit og Mono ' ROY WOOD........................Cra otcn Mono ' STAFF MEMBERS: Oavd Counters. Ormond Hendry Tom PUl-om, Arl E % Bwel CXxnm kr Tommy Luwlord. Jom« D McClung, B G CloylcnULVAWJUJPJMIIIllJLai'.YVL. -PI--. iWl Bwvnew Monomer Hedr k vs W can't .1 Ed-tor Lmds doom'l Ue t "F" BOOK Too often disregarded os just the "Freshmen Bible", the "F" book is the official handbook for all University students os the most authoritative source of procedure, regulations and generol information on student body affairs The "F" book is written, compiled, mode-up ond published in the summer months to be rcody for use with the odvent of Freshmon Week in early autumn It begins the publication year with the lotest developments m the constitution, by-laws, organization Charters, ond useful information •T“ BOOK STAFF SMOKEY LINDSEY...............Edit DAVID HEDRICK.......Burnett Manage- JOHN COTTON BROWN I TOM WAkEFiElD i . Atvxofe Ed ton CURTIS POWERS......fVblcotcm Edior BOB THOMAS.........Ogonizoteni Ed tor SUMMER GATOR Newest development in Florida publications is onother summer time offoir, the Summer Gator 1939 was the first year of regulor weekly publication for the summer session newspoper And from oil reports, the experiment, guided by Editor Malcolm McGlosson, wos quite successful Publication procedure follows closely that of the regulor session Alligotor except that Business Manager Bill Wbahtmon could count on no national odvertismg and hod to moke that up with the help of locol merchants and the foct thot publication out of town gave further difficulties m time ond transportation. The No I extro-curriculor octivity of the summer session, the Summer Gator kept things going by sponsoring donees, beauty contests, and governmental fair ploy SUMMER GATOR STAFF MALCOLM McGLASSON...............Ed tor BILL WIGHT MAN..........Burnett Manogtr FRANK KlClN..............Monogng Ed tc RAUL HOLTZMAN............AiWonf Cdtor h, th S a ZLrZ?"" 00 tc w v‘ WOvon trl t the buvncu morn he Minks .t O a»d .d 0 .. We N .0 rm Mot.xmon" (Am.onV Edtor)BOARD OF STUDENT PUBLICATIONS The Board of Student Publications is a mixed foculty and student group serving the five student publications in o supervisory copocity It provides centralized control and consideration of COMroCtS for printing, engraving, ond incidental expenses of publishing Alligator, Seminole, Review, Farmer, ond "F" Book Heoded by Chairmon F W. Kokomoor, the Board is composed of three more foculty members end three students elected by the student body. Eighth member of the group is the oppomted Executive Secretory who does not vote but who hondles the Board business which may arise between the monthly meetings In its handling of student publication of fairs, this organization has ochieved necessary efficiency and harmony in guiding the publications -262- DANC E SOCIETIES ▼ ■ Sally Rirshall Sam”Turnei Barbara Frankluv VICE-PRES PRESIDENT " Lewis Guthrie isorvCharles Kephart Kate Hendrick Gene Parhhii! ♦TREASURER ♦SECRETARY Howard Norfis Dave Knowles Lawtferce Jackson Alexander Hull Joe Brad hamW.tMWFIMH A.F. ltRUA H4RRI3CA VUl.lCVJANS ACMUCUN V.fe.fCCftKUit WV« fni RCCb w.l IttH -R ERVM CANWSftR P i JACK A NELSON NWRlSCN MnCRRISCN ATKINS SWNC ■«MBNV(LOCO----II3DCD CD S® S. ? I i X) 1 7 r_L ! '. 3) D I 1«D X f J I tzD 3v g . J + JL c 0) ,3© .£ I ® 1 1 ,  8 T lUsvx, CZsris, 0 f£n c$' u£i jlaasl- O Cs rv J! T AML tht nturL rf-ta. f%AS+. H fax£ J xasidL+tJU h CL.3. 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Infantry Reg mental Commoner Louoe LrsJt Collet Pete C Women, AftJt Regmtntal Ccmmande Al Polmr Coknel Jomc t Godondl Artillery Reg-menlo Commander froncrv Trantham ■MW Colonel Chorl« T Boyd. Jr Virgnia 8kmr.t lieutenant G nd Rcfcert J McCann Adriano Edrnwd leuicnont Colonel Alan F Brocken Betty Brdtoll -711-Battalion and Junior Battery Commanders Motor Ed a 0 We-»r»jer Aw« Lee Coaaca Motor Jonroi P Mt cahy Lourj Hitch Kotheryn Wsca Water $he ton S 0on» Biotr Mojor Rd rt W VV.Ihm Motor tfcword R OoA, J». Cdno OMo.r Motor Fletcher G Ruih Lcao Moe Willri Motor Wiliam F Cothroe Mvor Cvrr llBattalion Commanders Moior Frederck E BoJey Mr Freder fe. E Bo-’-ey Mo, AJcnio F Green France Green THE INFANTRY Company "A" apron Theo yc Leered Anno Lou'sc Johmfcn Copfon Mown A Pettit Afrro Ruth M»re Company "B" opton Upyd M H Li Mar. n Wiliam Copia-n Emc t 0 fUtetl Ficrmcc Cdmery It. Jcaep E H? e Company "C"THE INFANTRY Company "E" Company “F" Copton Lo rcfKc A ModiII Morr tt A»t Cap tan Ai rt 8 litKhp S«imo Wight I s It Nr ion j Hcvb Cap ton Jcnn-ng D Cottrell Oorothr Don t Company 4'G' Li Joi«A A Fo xne Lt DondM W.tt Copton Ekfcn G Wg)« Efrxntnc W o «n Lt M IcheO E Hope Lt Vo' F Morotty Ll Aihfcy M Moc y -276- . , BSi Lt Wmton O Coffer Copton Wihen J Max  ' Ccol T w.hon Moo KoMonol Ll Jonr t R Hawromp L» Jomn H Coin l» C Moc e, Jr Battery "D Coptort Hereto I Mughrt Mo Moroto L Heghw li Evtreii M W.lecK -277- It Ocr» B fcQOrty Ll 0 °' f THE HELD ARTILLERY Battery "A" Ll Jom« F Hwktn Battery “B" Coplo-n Os or E A xleocn Vce Wrcdt CoplO'n Don Wolker Battery ”C' CX iv Belle EHo It Hervy W Torbeii 28 V Cop ton Jamet I MocMVcn Moo Mov PokKjII li Walter E MtfionTHE FIELD ARTILLERY Battery "E" Capeon Alexander Mjftencn Dorothy Woikyd Ll W.llom F Hotffcnan Ll W.ll«m P While Batterv %T" Ccptotfi Hiirroll c Howell, Jr fAyy Thsmat Ll Frederick G Scdmon Ll Leon $ Lourence Battery 1%G" Lf Wendell A Roberts Ll KjbbordK 6w J v o r ? ✓ Cx r fit f Caplan James H ComcbeU Obv»S«Mti Ll Son lord M Swerdn Battery Ll Allen R EH t Ll. E»on Rcgas Ll Jchn M McCann, Jr Copeon Morns A Hole Am Lour Me Nab Ll Lo;«» M Merr.n Ll Potnck G EmmonuH Ll Robert A Berne 11 Chores J. Tully. Jr. —_____________________________________________________:-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------:--------------------------------'opforft tuTiLrt A 8f ont, It opio-nDov JW H« k Caplon Geotqe 8 Ckxk f Copra n Ctorlrt A F »| THE FIELD ARTILLERY Battery T' n • • v ▼ • Fronk«Kfcp» L« W ydf Hr t U lerruel E Tw. it Lt Wall E Poi r Battery "K" a cs A U Morv i L Kokawr t» omei 6 E'crn Battery "M" Li Mitn A Wo»« ✓ L» n n » lt « Cotton Stoner H Helen S th Ccpto.n jomw B GftQs Ro»-e N-licn Copto n Louo P McCuUer El :obcth leffl Junior Battery Two Helen Montoll Cop ton Mo ry B frown li Gw den J RcehetmtJ Q opton Oorenee A Peter £Tt xB Copton Edaard R Nf«, Jr Lt Herbert J Koy i iy Mo v Vergowe Copton Everett H Willow, Jr (snra Jeon Mgley Junior Battery One Cap«an £d ord K Mm8 Li Walt F Tucker Cecelia Mruz -280- SENIOR INTERFRATERNITY CONFERENCE The Intcrfrotermty Conference, composed of two members from eoch of the twenty-two social fraternities on the compos, has constantly striven for a better understanding omong the fraternity chopters, ond has worked cooperatively m behalf of the University orxi the fraternity group in order to weld a more progressive fraternity spirit on the University of Florida compos An outgrowth of this effort has been a recognition of the Interfroternity Conference os o group with purposes other thon the sponsorship of donees ond problems concerning only the frotermties, ond msteod the Conference hos definitely carved for itself o ploce in the University of Florida picture oso necessary organ for the continued progressive fraternity attitude which is necessary to the Florida Spirit. -282- SENIOR INTERFRATERNITY CONFERENCE OFFICERS •6 V”. Robert Sw.ter . . Pret 3ent V ' ■ Everett Wikoc . Vice-Prct dent Bob M:Com , . Secretory-Treovuree MEMBERS Alpha Comma Rho Koppo Alpho Pi Koppo Phi I W Muchcti Wilton Freeman Weaver Ga-nct Bcb Kime Jock Swegcr K 0 llcaetljn Alpho Ton Omcgo Koppo S mo Sf«o Alpho fpwlea Elmo Robmvcn Fred Seelnvon Fred Cantrell Don lomson George Sneet Ben McGohcy Beta Theta Pi lomWo Chi Alpho Sip mo Chi Bcb Sniler Everett WAcok Allen Pouder Curly So r« George G "od Jock Jcnc . Chi Phi Phi Beta Delta S-i«o Nw Bcb McConn Sd Arcncv.l; Som Carter Bcb Cody StoOtt Smcn TcmWokefeld Dclro Chi Phi Delto Theta S’-pmo Phi Epi Jon Row Hoeger Dnght Rogert EdJe Klue»eb«ro Clorfc Bryant Dorby Jonet R 8 McKee Delto Sxjmo Phi Phi Koppo Tow Tow EptAea Phi AVxr c Ho'e MoJcolm McGlowon S-d Cooper Bucky Buchanan Bill Frotet George WcJley Delto Ton Delto Pi Koppo Alpho Theto Chi George Alton B lty Tonwello Window Soli non Charley Oitner V t'omGoJO S C Uffe?mon -283-K Snvth Bailey tonet Add-ngtcn Melton Greenland 8rwett Hndffy Dowvn Thc e» Brogdcn Bom« Slagle Bewon Bornhll Granger Condai Syfretl Fredr-ck W«era Ashton Fortner Mitch GctVdng TJty Scorvier Miller Barry — 284 —ALPHA GAMMA RHO Alpha Gamma Rho was organized in 1906 by the union of two poo societies. Alpha Gomma Rho, founded m 1904 at Ohio State University, ond Delta Rho S gma, founded in 1906 ot the University of Illinois The Illinois chopter wos called the Alpha ond the Ohio the Beta Chapter. Six students mode the first step toward the present chopter of Alpha Gomma Rho in 1924, when they organized o local designated os Alpha Gomma The same year the local petitioned Alpha Gonvna Rho for membership, and wos opproved Installation of the new chapter wos held in 1925, with o charter membership of twenty-six Numerous awards have been mode to Alpha Gamma Chapter in recognition of its high scholastic standards It led all fraternities on the compos from 1929 to 1933. and is now m permanent possession of the Interfrotcmity Conference Cup for Scholarship Publications men include editor ond monoging editor of the Alligator, editor of the "F" Book, editor or»d business monoger of the Florido College Former Members of the Board of Student Publications, os well as Honor Court and Executive Council men hove been produced. C E Abbott l. 9 Coirp J R MewStrvcn J F Cooper BROTHERS IN THE FACULTY H G Homrilon Froze Room Gcrdon Kirk MorcJd Mj»ry K 8 Sw infeed F. S Jomncn J Clyde Dfiggcri J. R Greenmon James P ToMoVli Robert C Bailey JometW Btmk K. PoJ Brogcfcn BROTHERS IN THE UNIVERSITY On of 1W0 khn M Fredr k Chorte 0 Kune Robert C K me WoMer E Melton Eugene Bor (to Lony W. Mitchell 0 C Syfrctt Charles J. Tully, Jr. Horry Bamev Eubank Barnhill E«orl Sooner Clo t of 1941 W.II am R Condo A Byrl H gg Herbert A Sm th Henry S Tboyer J Faxon 6 »ett Jeffry E Dorrvcn J. Leftoy Fortner ChH of 1942 Robert L Gouldng Edgar H Greenland Georoe A Hinder, Raul D M.ller Lowell E S'ajic Stom 0 W-'arm Var ct H A ngtcn Robert Barry Om ol 1943 M Cre-ghton Ayhton Oaylon 0 Emcncn T. 8ru:e Jcoev -285-ALPHA TAU OMEGA Chortered in 1884 ot Tollobossee, when the University wos located there, Alpho Onego chopter of Alpho Tou Omega surrendered its charter due to anti-fraternity activities there m 1890 Revived in 1904 on the University of Florido campus at Gainesville, A T. 0. was the first fraternity to be established here This year Alpho Tou Omega climaxed its existence on the Florida campus with the erection of o bcauti-ful new home of COkmiol architecture providing living accommodations for sixty boys Enviable has been the record created by Alpha Omcgo chopter during its king reign on the Florida campus From it have come three presidents, two vice-presidents, and two secretary-treasurers of the student body, twenty closs presidents, twenty-six captains of varsity teams, one charter member of Phi Beta Kappa, six times the highest codct military officer, and countless other presidents of campus organizations Lost year Alpha Omeoa wan the intromurol trophy in the fraternity teogue, and at the same time hod the distinction of having both the president and the vice-president of the student body besides plocmg five men in the Phi Eta Sigmo This year carrying on the traditions of Alpho Tou Omega arc Steve O'Connell, now assistant boxing cooch ond member of Phi Delta Phi, Morshalt McDonold, president of the freshmon low closs, Alan Brackett, secretory-treasurer of the senior class David Hednck, business monoger of the "F" book; Nixon Butt, Blue Key. ond James Mulcahy, big chief of the Pirotcs BROTHERS IN THE FACULTY H R Trusler F T Dodd G C Tilfrrw Percy Boo'd V H Wihon Erie Wirt E B Salt C Voon Woodmyd I W Godfan A P Block khn Crops Carlos Prcxtor BROTHERS IN THE UNIVERSITY Clou of 1940 V»ctcr Nettles luc-us Battle JchnMtKay Dovd Hedrxk P C Evom Don 8ra«ncr Jomev Mukahy CkJvton Logon Joe Guernsey N on Bull Fletcher Rush James MocM.lten Frover Jetton Jennings Cottrell Henry Boynord Ralph Me Roe Som Locnev Deltd Mogodxn Gene Isted John Bumftf Steve O'Connell Vorvholl McOcnokJ Jomes CkjrVscn A’on Brocket t A B M hoe Jeff Lewis Keyword Ella Clou of Mortn Ellaon 1941 Elmo Robmcn R hyd Brock Adfcy Moody Cloudr Logon Ph.l Igou Thomas Ingram Horry Hedr k Clou of Don Morriycn 1942 Robert McKoy W ll om Bernard Chorles Barkley Don Lamvcn Williom Butler B-ll Bruges Waiter Davy Jugle Sm th Wolter Bollord Sam Gibbons BtilJe 8 shop Mortn L Htc Frank McM-choel Ekb Hoiiock Fronk Broon Chyles Lee Rot Sounders Mehrn Smith Gordon Frouenheim CWu of Ralph Blank 194J John School Jchn Whitaker Hamilton Hayes Harry Ed ords Ernest Co A men Smith Charles Losley Syhonxn Hankins FredGoge Jock Bolt Arthur Roe laarcncc Jockvcn Charles Homo D«k B'ckmi Horry Woke» ld TedSott Arthi Jones Bennett Dorr rxfc Hordd Sherrord Bcb Trumho Bcfcbe Rgg rn Harold Goforth Harry Bcwman Arthur Broyles Chorlei Block Brodford Bro»n Buddr Ph-tt y -287-Jchmon Gotcs Garland Andtrton Norm Buckles Croft, CL Mennessy Eo6orA% Thcrrpicn Tuns huklond Keefer W«fand Wore A ndrewf Hcwo-d So wo Dutchcf Mortn Bemett Bmzcliut B 0«n Cro«». J. W Kant Lndcr Wilton, D C Wftori W P WoWren Nf »mo k Strock Vemcn Jcnet Atkeit Smith. £ Pocetti Guthrie Sm.rh. R W Smith, R S Long Bfyont -288-BETA THETA PI Gamma Xi of Beta Theto Pi was founded ot Florida on December 12, 1930, ot the petition of Delto Tou locol froternify. Maintaining the trio of tenets to recognize mutuol ossistonce in the honorable labors o»xl ospirotions of life, cultivation of intellect, and friendship, Gammo Xi in its nine years existence at the University has produced compus leaders in every field of octivity Among these were o president of the student body, heads of all classes, editor ond business manager of the Alligator, Seminole Editor, members of the Honor Court, Athletic Council and Executive Council Even so today Beto is represented over the campus in almost every field of endeavor Among her B M 0. C's ore President Bcb Siviter, Interfraternity Conference head. Scabbard and Blade. Bacchus, White Fnorsond Delto Siqma Pi; Jim Garland, President of the Glee Club ond the Lyceum Council, Gargoyle, Scobbord ond Blode, White Friars and Bacchus; Bill Norris, two-time head cheerleader, swimming team ond ROTC colonel, and John Cotton Brown, Phi Eto Sigmo, Allioator editonol board. Executive Council, G C debating ond David Yulee winner in 1939 Beto Theto Pi cekbroted her one hundredth onmversary last August 8 with a memorable four-day Centennial Convention ot Oxford, Ohio, birthploce of the fraternity Owen D Young was the principal speaker ot commemorative exercises Beto claims os outstanding olumm from Gommo Xi chop’er John W Painty. J K Mizell, Poul M Pope, Jr, W Alvin Hamilton, Fred Arch»c Meotyord, Harold C R'kcr ond Alfred B Parker, E S Ouode H P Certs tom Kle« H OoNyn BROTHERS IN THE FACULTY J S Rogen W T Arnett Ralph D D key W B Hotho»oy Copt G R Corpenter Kenneth Dcmeron K W KcJuxw N W. Sonbom BROTHERS IN THE UNIVERSITY Cion ot 1940 Horry P Jchnson Rchert E Suter Jome H Gote Jome E Garland John Andmon WiIIkkp A Norn Fred C Buckles Ch«ll«r L Croft Jar F Henne y DonoVJ C Wrght Jockton 0 Eubank W-ttom B Thcmpvon A C Wright FredL Tm Don ! M VoVnt'ne Eme t R Kirkland Cion el 1941 Jarre Keefer Robert Weland Wenddl Wore John Andrew John G Howard Corl W Sau re DonoW R Dufcher Done! Morf n Adrian H Ooane Robert A Bennett CUn of 1942 Richard K Pem Jchn Codon Bro n John W Croft Jock Oore Kone W Perry W.han P J Scott Indfr Donald C W.hon Clou of 1943 Jerome Nromori Jomc H Strock Henry L Vemcn Ho»ord Jc«et tew« Alk«i Edward $m th 0 D Pocctti lewf H Guthre Rcfcert Smith Edoord L Meyer Roy Sm th Chories E Gong Vernon 0 '0;ey Widow long -289-The Chi Phi Fraternity, oldest National Sociol Fraternity in existence installed its thirty-fourth octive chapter on Februory 15, 1935, when Alpha Delta locol become Theta Delta chapter of the nationo! organization Founded in 1923, Alpha Delta hod recognized thot there was o distinct need for one of the great conservative fraternities ot the University of Flondo Mindful of that purpose, Chi Phi, because of its high national standing, wos petitioned Following the policy consistent with the other choptcrs of the notionol frotermty. Theta Delta has produced editors of the Alligator ond Seminole, Alligator Monogmg Editors, Vice-Presidents of the Student Body, o number of class officers, athletes. Executive Council and Honor Court members, ond men in mony other extro-curnculor activities Chi Phi, besides its other accomplishments on the Flondo campus, occupies second position m scholarship Tom Wolker, post stor football letterman and president of the Athletic Council; Robert Parks, student manager of the Cofeterio and Honor Court member, Robert Cody, member of the Board of Student Publications; Curtis Stonton, Past Colonel in ROTC ond president of the Amencon Society of Mechanical Engineers, Henry Lonsh, Associate Editor of the Seminole, Jock Poce, Assistant Business Monoger of the Alligator and Florida Review, ond Bob McConn. Blue Key member and president of the chopter. represent Chi Phi m the more octive phases of compus life Leading olumm ore Al Cody, Editor; Everett Cloy, post Editor of the Alligator ond Sports Editor of the Miomi Herold, Eddie DuBcxs, FBI officer, and Jomes Bruton, prominent circuit judge MOTHERS IN THE UNIVERSITY Clou of 1 40 Jcbn Worrtn Gray C Rcrrnouf Bob Cod, Jock Perm Tcm Wo1! George Roork BrOiMord Nght.ngole Sid Jchrnon Hmiy M lc -ih Curl4 Stan ten Tommy Finn BcbMcCom k nvr H Poce Bill C u Jimmy Eberhordt Ben Aih Bob Porky Clou of 1941 Ned Scott Reuben Crone 8«Hy Nmn Wot ter Whoe'er WaMoce Bozeman John Fleming ) m Kuykendall DadePeorton Bcbby Waller George P Cole Clone So«tedt B II Young Clou of 1942 Rolph Engle Jimmy Me Andrew Joe Saym Joe Far ah Clou of 1943 Walter Sten.it jock Andenon Ace Clark Bernard Komrnk. Tom Nocney Jock Becker Fay Flemng Bcb Stanley Buddy Wofton J W Holmes Arch Opd ie -291-Hoe er R e Pi Horn 0 Mf E h ord% Berry WAomt Dropcf Canton Br on CoHton KVKryxv Mhr C f»tcn S«ory McCauley En s Sorn cr Thorpe HorrpJcn Wirrbcrley e-.xiu b Brewer OxltcyDELTA CHI Chi Delta loco I. founded m 1922 with intention of petitioning Delta Chi, become twenty-fifth in the chopters of Delta Chi on February 16, 1926. For o number of years Delta Chi led the nationol fraternity scholosticolly, and has consistently been a leader in scholarship ond athletics One of the founders of the Florida Review wos Leonard Boiley; Hub McAnly was a noted athlete of a few yeors bock, while Stephen Spurr was a charter member of Phi Beto Kappa At present the fraternity membership includes three Phi Eto Sigmos, Owen Pillons, University Band Drum Major, ond R R Hoeger, President of Alpha Epsilon Delta, Honorary Pre-Medical Fraternity, omong its more prominent members. Delto Chi hos a notable group of outstanding alumni including Kenneth Brosted, Professor at Fordhom University; Doyle Corletcn, former governor of Flor»do, J T Rose, Stole Legislature Member for 1939; L C Gomblm, Professor at Georgetown University, ond Horry Young, City Attorney, St Petersburg, Florido Rou Hoeger MOTHERS IN THI UNIVERSITY Om of 1940 Mervhcn Willorm Jock Willorro Owen Pillons Kenneth R e Wot ter 0'.fl Clou of 1941 J rm McCauley Frank Ccrtkn Robert Draper Loron Coition John Beny Ctark 8r on Cecil Hmtngy Ooriei Edira'di Horry Thorpe lirvwvd McKmey Clou of 1942 Roger Miller Do»xJ Coveuton Grod) Story • Jock Cooler t Jomct BroAorb Jo»re» Homptcn Ed Wirrberty Max Parr r Robert Springer Arthur Ellts Howard Botemon Clou of 1943 Jomes GUey Morion McCorthy Spencer K kiighter Horry BrooerH tn William Dm) Wa«fc» GrtQiby Q wtxtty Pctm » choh King Moth W«bb Hale WJIkh Cock Ihr? •" •» FJonden Qentoj W«f Wl Borc'oy Fremd -294-— DELTA SIGMA PHI Beto Zeto chapter of Delto Sigmo Phi come to the University of Florida campus on April 6, 1930, through petition to the national fraternity' by Phi Alpha Epsilon, a local orgomzotion which hod existed on the campus for four years previous to this time Politically the Delto Sigs ho c made more than o few successive bids for campus fome. In 1934 Moc Grigsby orgomzed a successful porty ond become its first choir-mon. In 1936 Keith Gngsby led the Omvocrotic Party to victory, ond in 1938 Julion Williams, os first choirmon, led the newfy-formed Gator Porty over the top In the lost four years the Delta Sigs hove produced two vice-presidents of the Student Body, Ben McLoughlm and Dutch) Stormmes, ond hove ploced mony others in Student Body ond Class Offices Outstanding alumni of this chapter ore: Dr. D. S. C. Pearson, physician; Dewey Johnson, former State's Attorney ond present member of the State Legislature; Dr Fred L. Rowan, Chottohoochee, Moc Grigsby, Gomesville. ond mony others The "big boys" in the chapter this year ore: Keith Grigsby, Secretary of Blue Key, Julion Williams, Blue Key, and "Bucky" Buchonan, president of White Friars R H Wntvtid MOTHERS IN THE FACULTY V T. Jockvxi M H Hobbs C F B s Moc 6 S C Concn MOTHERS IN THE UNIVERSITY CUss of 1W0 iulon Wiliams C M Hobbs Gregory Hobbs ) R 0o»d J K Bumcl! l-ndiey Roger M dm of 1941 Cd»n Kmg Phi Peters Anderson Quacrberry £d N hols CecJ E Webb 0 W Maths A E Buchonon Morns HoW Max Cook Class e« 1942 Dow Ihng Moc Rerrbcrt John Geneou CUss el 1943 Tom B4I Ed Borcloy jgmev Sumner Don Fremd -295-AJ«en Gtllom SV«iw CdMxdn terror Ctfthmon, f. R. RowrK Jour dan Lee M vy Cropland Cuihman, R A D m Smith Morrnen Arnold Sho Buck, f A Drake Lcr g Emptc K-no Menord Carlisle Ho« « K« c Bray Cromortie SWdan Mtchefl 0»iner Scon Levey Bowman -296-DELTA TAU DELTA Delto Zetochopter of Delto Tou Delto frotemity was formed on the Florida campus Morch 25,1925 It was organized from a group of ex-soldiers who were attending the University on o rehabilitation program, ond whose local frotermty, Omicron Gomma Sigma petitioned Delta Tou Delta for a charter. During its eleven yeors of existence Delta Zeta has enioyed its proportlonote share of campus leoders, ond successes, ond this year passed o milestone with the acquisition of o new home Clyde Crabtree is the outstanding Delt athlete, along with such men os: Roycc Goodbreod, Weber Homes, Ernie Priest, George Gunn, Bill Forsythe, ond others Edmund McGill, post president of the student body, shores the politicol honors with Bill Jockson, choncelor of the Honor Court, ond Guy Botts, party orgomzer Noteworthy Dolts on the compos this year are George Allen, Blue Key, Rex ford Gilliam, treasurer of Alpha Koppa Ps ; Charles Ostner, circulation manager of the Florida Review. Copt R H Donaldton BROTHERS IN THE FACULTY John McQ, ity Dr Elmer D HnkWry Or M 0 Enroll Po'ond EutUer Dr George F Weber GecrgeE A!t«n BROTHERS IN THE UNIVERSITY Ckm el tWO Fronk A Buck Redord Glliom Frank.! n R Cuihmon Robert T Corl »e Be-ro-d D. RowH Robert A Cuohmon W-"o«n E Mtchetl Roy Mchoel M hoct Bocho Woodrow W Dckey Clew el 1941 R l«vd Horn tXnokJ Buck Jchn D m Charles Ouner Jock Jcurdn Terrence J IM4 Seth Mc er e Jamc Mitchell Mart Smith Clew ol 1942 George Kbbe J J Wilkerjon Wo non Lcrg Jock Bo4«y B ll W.n-orm Bcb Scott Chit el 1943 ShorA B»or LowoMeno-'d Oloier Ed onk Don Levey Lamor King Robert E Lee Jock lt T«v e Bill Cromort Samuel S Morr.»n Motcotm Mtnry D R Bowman, Jr John Enx»e Jnve A noW George Shaw Robert ShffaJon C.lrm CrovJond -297-Atken Ycmjs Frecmon JopJm Withers LcstiOf Mortdxfc KeHe Robert Cotton Embry Horr i Hotkm WootWd P I Re« R ks S» -xr Johnston Bre-ner Cahoot Or Vt it Coorsey QKt Hollo Worthy Johnson WoaWd H R Bentjchner CorkhuO Wppord Fdfod Gommon Hem Holmes Kill l 'l Uc J Milan cow Viop Mtcheil Woltr WriflM -298-The Koppo Alpha order was founded ot Washington and Lee University, Lexington, Virgmio, in 1865 Robert E Lee was president o the university ot that time ond he inspired the mceptors to found KA on the bosis of on order of histone Knighthood Consistently restricting its octivity to the South, Koppo Alpha hos sixty-eight choptcrs from the Atlantic to the Pacific ond from Kentucky to New Mexico The essential teaching of KA is thot the members sholl cherish the Southern ideal of character— that of the chivalrous worrior of Christ, the knight who loves God ond country, honors and protects pure womonhood, proctices courtesy, self-control ond magnanimity, ond prefers self-respect to ill-gotten gains. Kappa Alpho's mission in the ocodemic world is to withstand sordid, materialistic tendencies by insisting upon the value of the spiritual ospirations and lofty ideals which are our people's best inheritance Beto Zcto, the first KA chopter in Florido, was installed in October, 1904. in Lake City It moved with the University to Gomesvillc m 1905, ond since thot time hos prospered to the extent of having omong its members two Rhodes Scholars, a president of the Student Body, five coptoms of the football team, and a president of the University, the late Albert A Murphree. Some of the Outstanding KA's in Florido are: J Rex Farnor. State's Attorney, Tom pa Circuit. Claude Pepper, U S Senator, Ludd Spivey, President of the Florido Southern College, ond Fred Voir. Jacksonville City Commissioner B M O C 's include Wolloce Joplmg, Senior Law Officer and Blue Key, Phil Yonge, Phi Beto Koppo; Corl Mitchell ond John Dewell, Varsity Football; Jock Sweger. Man-ogmg Editor of the Alligotoc, ond Jock Doniel, football coochmg stoff MOTHERS IN THE FACULTY A A Murphree C A Robertson W S Perry L Mar doge BROTHERS IN THE UNIVERSITY Clow of two Ernest Atkin PtvJ Yonge Wolloce J«J«j Hwe Moredxk Joq Don id Worrtn td ordi Robert W.thers John Keefe John Wihon Freemon Gordon Lovryoy Henry Roberts CUm of INI John Codon John Bill H hfower W.IlKKn UvArtV. Bert Rees Fon Embry Fran Mo-Airn FVrr, Woodward B»ron R ks Tom Horr«s Jock S«eger CU.it of IM2 Chorles Brener Jome Cooney Jorret Hoilowor Chorlcs Johnson Geo'ge Corofcot Ed In B il Wortey Corl M.Khdl Jovrph Chmt Henry Woodnord Ckm of Mi Rophod BentKhner N vport Ettei Don Htme Ed Lk»d Dol'd B-»or WdHT Shotxxxd D -. tf| | J- Jmjmm Cofvn Me lone cn Ed Codthuff Dowd Fulford Ale KA1 Aotrey M Hop Ctork Dowel Lomor Gommcn Stonton Wolkcr Fondren M tcMI 8cfc L don -299-Austn For region, 0 E Hofe6 n HxJje . J B Modgn, J E logon Modfl SftOmn So'-' on William, C M Will Bell Cochrane Femonde: Ford Jonc-i Me I ran Manchester Ogood Poddxk Partridge. P. W. Patterson P 4e Segier Wet Totten Walz W t Bra n Chopmon Cufereoth Darn Duncan Forfington, C. T. Horr cn KuKon Imdiey Mahoney Mourer Porfrdgt, H E. Ptwxl Roy Scuthcott Wdlonn. J. W. Barnet Gentle Johnson Kennel Y xrg -300-With the founding of Epsilon Beto chopter ot the University of Mtomi (Flo Koppo Sigmo became the lorgest notional social fraternity Koppa Sigma froternity was founded at the University of Virginia in 18S9 Since that dote its growth has been continuous ond ropid The local chopter. Delta Delta, was founded in 1922 This chapter has produced three presidents of the student body, os well os leoders in publications. Honor Court, ond other com pus octivities Outstanding alumni produced by Delta Delta ore Hon Millord F Caldwell, U S Congressman from Florido. R P Terry, former chairman of the Stote Board of Control, Judge Brontley Bronnon, Lake City, Bud "Deon Hudson" Brown, baton twirler for Fall Frolics 1939, Bill Ferrozzi, former big league hurler, and the late Judge Sclwyn C Ives, Sebnng Delta Delta's men of the yeor ore Mouric Austin, student director of mtrcmurals, Dick Hudson, secretory-treasurer of the Sophomore Closs, Lomor Jones, coptom rifle team, pitcher cn the baseball tcom, Harold Sullivan Honor Court, Dck Logon, Honor Court and president of I. R C MOTHERS IN THE FACULTY B W Ame J M leoke SVilmon Nc dl A L SKo ey T M SrrpVXi C 8 Pol lord Angj Lo-»d T J Miggm G M T«yncr Will om J Corlelon MOTHERS IN THC UNIVERSITY ClMt el 1940 Ww ( AuM-n Oi l Forrngfcn George Grants Jock Ftcbbm Jomo B Ftodge Rchord Logon Loorence Mod II John Pc»t Fred Sermon Ftorctd Soil von Chyle Will am Chyle W Clou ot 1941 Bill Bell Thwi Cot Stare Jarre Fcmondei Pot Ford Lomor J(nft F xV W ftytndge, Jr Robert 1 Pottcrvn Fronk F jle Horry Se o'er Compbell Toccen George Wole Cborles G Moncheuer Wolter L M:Leon Don NVillorm E hord D Wylc Clou ot 1942 Chyle H Btcrdcn Chyle Cubrcath George Dovn Gordon (Ancon Cecil Forroglcw Clorence Hornwn Joe Ftedge Dck Hudson Robert S Jockion Thomo M Lndvey Jane R Mohancy Myk Moure TtKrrtyi E OMoro W M Southcolt. Jr Worth Wrllorm Clou ot 194J A J Borne Wolter C Bccr.lr Chorlc S Bryant LeRoy Donnell Jomc J Gent.le Edoord Jchnicn Hammond T Osgood Wiliam Shefhyd WJlKjm H Mohoney -301-Wouak AAephy Von De Motter Weber Hc»dl. T. D. Nerr Collod. W.kox Thompson, F. C. Horrdon Wohon Sebert Penney Hwtell. J J. Clover Lend Turner Drorwfc Porto o Hofo Ctcfl PartrxJgc Hartman Broin Moore R-4J« Weldon Kronts Thompson, R R De Ccurcy Cornel McKendree $» PPOrd Womright U Grouenfcocher Greene Perry LAMBDA CHI ALPHA Sigmo lombdo Tou petitioned Lombdo Chi Alpho in 1933 ond received its chorter the some year The locol was founded by six students who wished to turn their close comradeship into fraternal brotherhood The founders were R H Johnson, F B Reeder, 0. W Hewitt, N Hodscn, Z M Pirenion and R L Kelly The chopter hos maintained its present home on West University Avenue smee 1926. It wos installed Epsilon Mu Zeto of Homecoming in 1933. From the original six the chopter hos grown until it now has on octive undergroduote membership of over fifty men Prominent olumm ore Buddy Ebsen, Orlando, Oliver Hewitt, St Petersburg, Jerome Conner, Pensoco o, Ernest Roberts, Miami; Thomas C Wright, Miomi, Mobury Corlc-ton, Jacksonville, Mox Kilbourne, Tollohossee, Richard Sutton, Jacksonville Lombdo Chi Alpho leoders today ore Sidney Parnell, varsity football, John Clower, vorsity boseboll. Bill Portom, vice-president of Sophomore Class, Everett Wilcox, president of the chopter; Ernie Wotson, varsity track; Dave Russell, boxing BROTHERS IN THE FACULTY 2 M Pir«r»on A A Mopkim K G SL0991 O H Hxptmcro E F Smith BROTHERS IN THE UNIVERSITY Clou o» 1940 Kenneth Hcrfticn Bu V Andffion Erne t Wot cn Geo £ Perry Wolier Hutchevcn £« « Wr-ght Thomo Cecil Frank. C Ttwivion Everett WAccx 0o» d Ruurfl dm • 1941 ) RowAdym John Wolfor W«be John Clower Ehwod Penney $H e POrndl Geo A Ccflc John Von de Mottee E h o d Murphy CU »ol 1942 John Bron? E yl Ho ?iron John Lond Wm Portrdx T L Greene T t OA h Thomo E Merm Wm Sc ben Jomei Mohn Thomai Mcnwll V ncent Von dp Matter Wm Portom P-obC'l W'ord Clou of 194} Herbert B'cmo Jock G owenbochof Jome McKcndi«t J hr R.dSe Ro'{h Thompicn Jome OeCcocy Jod Bronn Elhworth ICronir M« Reed Mocec Loune Sheppard Frank Wo-nwnght Wm Cornel -u Euptn Lot Leo Perry Jock Sta m John Weldon -303-R htef. R fuchj Rosen Koplon Kemp Kchn levenvon Snger, L S«cn HtfVfcefg Wfdim ye«nf ld We«ifOub Kor AJkJf thrkh Rottofon S r ef, M ArencwitJ, S M Dows Bloom $ oot lov . H Lov . R Rufcn, 1 S i mon We« SoWcw Coupon Wnlcf Borien Sp'ntz Dw.U C pen Tfoyr Kotr Cohen. R W Awowlr, N A Bcw ck Cohen, L. Esbcfg K« Moic R«htcf. D M Rubm, B Rosenthal Soul Sempscn -SM-PHI BETA DELTA Delto chopter of Phi Bcto Delto hos been present on the University of Florida c xn-pus for fifteen years Charter members of Delto at the time of its inception were Gddy Goldstein, three years named on the All-Southern football team; Irving Ash-kcnory, first editor of the Florida Review, ond now hcod announcer of the British Broodcosting System m London, and Ely Katz, member of Blue Key, and the organizer of the University of Florida Clubmen, who, under the direction of Dean Hudson, ployed during Fall Frolics Phi Beto Delto has long ronked second to no fraternity in scho'orship on the Florida compos Besides gaining recognition m scholastic records, Phi Beta Delta hos achieved no little success in intromurol othlct s and forensic competition Leoders of Phi Beto Delta on the compos today ore Stuart Simon, Chapter President; David Yu lee. speech award winner. Southern and Southeastern Association debote champion, President of the Debate Club ond member of Phi Eta Sigma; Ray Ehrlich, Phi Beto Koppo, Phi Koppo Phi, Phi Eto Sigmo, member of the Executive Council, ond Vice-President of the Freshmon Low Class; Jock Subcrmon, winner of intromurol cup for individual high point championship. Delto climaxed her scholarship drive lost year with the honor of plocmg three men in Phi Beto Koppo, namely Chester Cossel now in Co!umb o Med o! School. Lou'S Snetmon, who is now enrolled in Harvard Low School, ond Roy Erhlich, studying lew in our University Low School MOTHERS IN THE FACULTY Deon Joseph Wei MOTHERS IN THE UNIVERSITY Clan of 1940 Stuart S mcn Emmonue t demon Jocob H ASet Frank Wotitlky Robert R hter Siren HinJberg Sonfced M Suerdln Mix icr Wemtroub Herbert Leon S-ngcf Arnold Greenfield lmngC t en Bernard Fuchi CWu cf 1941 S mcn RoHniem Vorvn Snper Stagey Dov-s Emevt Kots Shemnon M Kap»an S'« wy ArorwtS HoroW Bloom CtMl of 1942 Julius Ray Sk»t Jerroto Kerr« Alfred Kcbn Horold W« Jtt Irv-ng Rubn Jock Svberwon Arnold Raven 8cmord Miller Henry Lair 4 OcnoWWens living Sobfow Robert Sprite Robert Low ROftnond Cohen Ao»on Barken La «% Duoskin Shetby Troger Arthur Courihon CUn of 194} Norhon Arcnov t: Chort« Gmdy SVillom Mover Marwn Sauf 1 8esvn k Abert Kovanot Don-ef R hter Jerry Semyon Laurence Ccben Herbert K r Abe Rovenihaf Herbert Suumon Andreos Etberg Nruion Mas Bernord Robn 305-Bedell W nre B»mes, G M.rson Bnmckee Beonngtcn Bro n G M» Hasten Heubcrger Kurtz, H Leonard Long, J. B Manvm Mclonc. B Rcgen, D L Snvfh, £ G Smith, C N M: fan el Wodsworth Bo d Bed lt Oor e CoW Cinrvnghom Gasket Kurtz. R E. Lung. H Y. McGu e M.IH P ort- Svnord Tench Thompson Walters Wcrnll Enright Green Hcviton K lvnger Jcnniton McComvcl Mclone.W F. Wyru Nontv Rogsdole Roger», P G Scott Seller Wright AJInon Brortam Anderson B met. C T, Conner. Cason Codrngtcn fav.-s East Fisher Holland P.nko»n Kc£6 n RcfceMs Rctmscn Tedder Tropp Turk mg ten None: Kre r Acosta __30bPhi Delto Theto was installed on the University of Florida campus m 1925 when Beto Pi, a local, received o chortcr from this large notionol fraternity Enjoying phenomenal growth, this froternity in a few years mode an excellent record on the campus, putting twenty-one men in Blue Key or»d eight in the Hoi I of Fame Strong in intramurols, Phi Delta Theto has won mtromurals three years m a row. annexing the coveted Balfour Trophy, and has always ranked close to the top in other years The Phi Delts hove also been strong in politics having boasted many campus leaders This year this froternity has os its "Big Men": Emmett Smith, Chancellor of the Honor Court, Dwight Rogers, Blue Key, Dell Gibbs, Blue Key, Merle Wodsworth Blue Key ond Business Moooger of the Alligator, Tom Watson, president of the Jirticr Class, and others Phi Delt alumni include Olin Wotts. Jacksonville attorney, Sam Byrd, famous actor, Fronk Wnght, Publicity Director of the University, Dr John J Tigert, President of tlx? University, and Others BROTHERS IN THE UNIVERSITY C kit el 1940 Tom Appk ord Bill MrLone Burrell Howell Henry Kurtz Nhthon cdH! Jomn Mixon Djnold R«ketl Ted Leonard Maunc BedmHI 0 B Wynne De ght Rogcrt Jock Long Mike Berneil John Oogo Emmett Smith Peter Moton Harry Bro n Jock Dodd Newton Heubergcr NH Smith Gordon B mc Dell Grbbt George Joekion Merle Wodwrcrth Afcert Groevde Dyby Jcne Clou ot 1941 D k Bm kcr B'tl Cunmnghom Honey Lcng Oner Snxyd Boyd Rcbert Bod Walton Bill McGuire Bennxnt Tench Jim Ckrkc Allen Goikin Tom Wot on Ford Thcmpton Chorte Cok John Honard Dok M’t Jmmy Wcrrill Bob Kurt; Worren Pork Cku of 1942 Bcridr Enright Jock Jem'ion John Nont B.II Scott Chorlcv Green Tom McCcrm V. Burr Ragtdok Tom Seller K6 Horn fen W F XV Lory Bill Robnvon Joe Lowr Gene Holt nger J hn Morns Poul Rogtn Hoi lord Wr ht Ckn of 194} Grover All won Oor Codrmgtcn Jock Jorc Lout Tro» Joe Brodxim B f i Chorte PmluMon Boti Turing fen Comcron Byme Fronk Cost Bruce Rcbbn V ohon B IIy Comon Ocn Fnher Don Robert Edoord Woodberry J»rrny Caton B. l Holland Bob Rabm cn Robert Nmcx Mol Houghton George Tedder -307-— 30S- Bo nlon Jon« Mo rord Andcfjon, L O McCloMon GOUlftV Morr r!h Waldron Ft«V R h»cr Evans Strxilond Oumon Mym Mocrfl Wcmd Watson Ta'botr Torbeti S w R ho»dscn htorr Wmon Rett McOovson SmOOk Romooc Andmon, E MPHI KAPPA TAU Sigmo Koppo Phi was organized os o Iccol with the intention of petitionif g the notional fraternity Phi Kappa Tau The exoct origin of S-gmo Kappa Phi is somewhat obscure but through the efforts of H W Chondlcr, olumnus of Phi Koppo Tou, it become the Alpho Eto chapter of the Phi Koppa Tou fraternity in the year 1926 The Alpho Eta chopter since that time has produced many outstanding alumni Some of these ore H B Wahl, President of the Junior Bor Association or d mentioned in "Who's Who m America", William Loutoff, o prominent young Miomi Beoch lowyer, 0 L Droyton, Judge of Pasco county, and Arlie Rhodes. Superintendent of Public In-structionof Leon county Phi Koppo Tou hos always been octive in campus offairs For exomple, this year we have MokoJm McGlosson os member of Blue Key ond also Editor of the Florida Review, we hose on the football teom, Fronk Smook end John Smith; on the basketball team. Jock Maynard, and on the track team. Al Roy bun and John Smith BROTHERS IN THE FACULTY Lc 4 F Blolock Ben Cogbum Jomey Drobcrry Copeland Jarre-. Da.«d Gunt Morley W.ltard Chamber Roy Porva John Cvo61 EkJr’dQC WiiOm Bcynion Ed»crd Wood Donnolly Robert P Evony Wt'lomS From Uoyd Ardencn Jorrm H Evom Sifting McClellan Joyech F Froyer. Jr A Ctnold Gourfty Tcrcy Alt«ri, Jr. Albert L Fotfer. It E Lee Mon-:l BROTHERS IN THE UNIVERSITY Omb of IMO Joseph H Wolion MoVotm McGowan At Gtwer Roybcn Eorle B Jchnycn J«k Wilder Moyoord A Herron Str k!«yxJ S L Joney. Jr. Owley H 0 ermon, Jr Henry W Torfcett Clo« of mi Robert C Mi'er Willom J Overman Warren O Sgrrryi Jock. K Morrrjon F B Sea ten John G Snvth Dan e! F Snook. Jr Clou of 1942 Chore-. Mer««ether Henry R ho»dvon, Jr A L Myery Roymend Komogc Clou of 194) Howard T Norr. Chtood Andmon Jo:k Prater Front n Jocob R hter EdoO'd J WokVcn Chorley M $m.th George M ToR c4i George H We»v t. Jr -309-H kt Mn»z COro Wh.f Kod Hffrmg Bo«W Co roll Mxxe B cmcf Ctorillt ki-rncn WdM» Wrefc Yang Som«f Hoi lock. Btrnvt Gxd:n PI I DELTA SIGMA Pi Delta Signr o, in organizing o group at the University of Florida, hod in mind promoting individualism ond founding on organization embodying friendliness, spiritual, mental ond social development Six years old as a locol, the fraternity, conservative though it is by policy, hos held o strong position omong the larger national froternities. both os a serious rival ond os a brotherly organization Pi Delta Sigma is now completing plons to petition Phi Gammo Delta Since its formation on March 24, 1934, the chopter hos ploced men in the Blue Key, Phi Koppo Phi, Phi Eto S»gmo, Sabres, Sigma Tau, and many organizations arxJ activities Outstanding alumni include Jay B Johnson, St Ckwd, Walter Griffin and Charles Collier. Jacksonville, Bill O'Bryan, Miami, Neil Webb. Gomesville. ond Brodshaw Wood. Tucson, Ariz. BROTHERS IN THE UNIVERSITY Cta« of 1940 Gordon Be ret I Rcfcert Defcorooncs Lloyd M Hcks EddeK Man Hfitxrr R Ouno R chord Vh tfheod W'Miom K Hcrnno Record J Bo-ley Clou ol 1941 ChorVi H Corroil WAon J Moore Jimrni 8'f«f Dor l OorM CUm of W2 Willem I ktrncn Fred Word Jonmy Wofctr Loui Weeks Clou of 194) Mcerrs Ycvr»J -ill -Bo d Fl tr.ng W gg nt Motencomp Bc fletl Willorm Gxo Vcre Frinlc Cothroe C o»k Grohom Thorros Mtoiervx Loncatfe McColl Bennetl MeCfOW Wo''-xc ScPVf G He land Mntermnter Mile Zochry 8o»b r Massey Grilles Ovation E-chelberger Bo er Njgg f .:qucfte Bv n Codsran Evcrnghcyn Tamovd'o Kfl ght t.irSeMd ComronJme PoVner Kno Walker Andrews. T. 0 Jchntcn Bryant Brod»r Hansen Turner Sndo Phillips Crenshaw Colley l.VDode Kcphorl Champ) s Lee Rowlett Pape Slonlord Allen Ovate Hesson Kelly Andrews, A H. Pounds Srtrvdy 312-PI KAPPA ALPHA Alpho Etc of Pi Koppo Alpho wos installed ot the University of Florida ot Lake City, Florida The froternity moved to Goinesville, with the University m September, 1906, and built o fraternity house in 1924 Pi Koppo Alpho tokes greot honor in two mom events on the campus and these ore the onnuol "Kid Porty" during Spring Holidays, ond the annual "Mother's Day Reception ' the oldest unbroken trodition on the Florida campus Campus political leaders ore Williom Gozo, President of Colonels, and Vice-President of John Marshall Debate Society, Billy Tcmosello, Secretary of the Dobote Club and a member of the Vorsity Debate Team, Billy Zochry and Burnett Bortlett of the Varsity Tenms Team, Clark Goff, Varsity Football, Billy Thomos, Varsity Golf The frotemity is well represented on the Vorsity ond Generol Colle9e Debate teams, while Charles Boyd is Vice-President of Scobbord ond Blode ond Secretory of Delta S gmo Pi MOTHERS IN THE UNIVERSITY Clots of 1940 Boi j Hoff Chorle Littlejohn Willxyn Gbtft Joe AAxxo koifrfi W.ll omt Burnett Bart'etl Ruttefl FrwW Robb hosencomp Jomct Bnont Williom Cothroo Mol Eorne.l Willow Fleming William Thomot Oork Goff Paul Mendertcn Jr Ole I one Otter Ekkn W.gg nt J V McColl Jomet P. Bennett Frank McCro Jom« WoBoee George GtlWond Clast of 1941 John Hmtcrmitfer Jock Miller William Zochry Lou.t Bo'ter Clifford Summers Don Clari. Labry W.llom G020, Jr R ho»d Griffin Grod McA irtter Arthur Jordon, Jr Oats of 1942 Oakley Andrews Charles Brody Kiri Chroton John Monyen Robert E helberger Melon Baker Jock Me?) Horry F«ju«tte Chorlet Bo.d Henry 8'vcro Donald Cochran D ck Ever nghom Robert Homfton Willom Tcmotbo Peter 0 Knght Joe Ccmfontine Fror Palmer David Wo'ier CWts of I94J John Sinclair M.ller Ph.ll.pt J R OtrrJho . it Chorlet Kephort, Jr W'llom Chonrpfn S sey Cout Rcwtett Mr, Pope Jock Stonfcrd Sons Turner Bernoys 'Busferl Bihcp Bertram l$orwy) Allen Wm Met Choie, Jr Me»cer Hnton H.llord Kelly Art Andrew-. Rcbert Coffey O'Neol H H CXm McDaJr Ed n Pcuvds Frank Snvely -313-PI KAPPA PHI Alpha Epsilon chapter of Pi Koppo Phi fraternity was organized on the University of Florida compos in 1924, the outgrowth of o local known os Phi Bcto Psi The present fraternal group is very active in all campus activities, excelling in many fields Prominent men on the compos this year ore James Wilson, vice-president of the Junior Low Class, Edward Vousc, member of the Srgmo Delta Chi Journalism Fraternity, Weaver Gomes, Executive Council, ond Robert Tylonder, Business Monager of the Glee Club Outstanding alumni Brothers of the chopter ore George Coulter, Jacksonville, National Secretory of the Fraternity, Walter H Beisler of the Chemistry Deportment of the University of Floodo; Judge H S Herlong, Leesburg, Don Kelly, Nassau county State Senator, ond Douglos Leigh Advertising Executive m New York City MOTHERS IN THE UNIVERSITY Cbu of 1940 Arthur Boot Jome Oxford Edward Vowve Fred DeVon I Bd S oc« Edvcn Wendt Fred Fnher Wilfred Vo n B'H W blmon Kerdofl Liewe A Clou of 1941 Jtm Wihcn Bill Courven Pope leonord Chocpel Gommogr Dovri W.ll«yn Popy Front Scfxirer Wcover Gone Chorle Porker Robert T onder A Ion Mopkm Jchr. fcomvey Jome Wh te Keerp Clou of 1942 Arthur Witter Elrw Bo'ler AJe Edoo'A Leon Mod. Will-om Borrelt Harley Force lee Monk Sioco BiwJoge Mond GolWntne Chorte No ce Mcnroe Cox Eorl K liler Je e Plont Ma» DeVar Jome Ktwn Jome MrDonold Herb Sroer Clow of 194} W D Flowers Willom M'.KcnZ’C John Sdden Ale. Goble Thomo MoxWv WJIom Simpven Morn Goodwn W.ilom NeoV George T cc « Ned Left De ev R«ck Frank W kenhomContrell Rorrtvry McCord Dodd Gr om. H H Hoy Miller, D M.ll-gon Toy4or Young. R W G r«n« Hofrricn Toavjn Wilhotl Coving (on Gotln Morgon P»l« 316 — Amc«d YoG C Ffcmme Dunlop Bmford B«fg M»Mon Murphy Bre er Bruno Hwttcthom VonDyVe W-liow.J M H.lt )tror- •' Rer Sofou Mi(r, W T. Dtevr Sf o»m Brooch Corey CoJcmon Nevd k Rondoll Cofm hoe«,W S Oxyder Knowl« l«hf«r oltef Jchnvcn, 6 S Knght V:Gohey Corm h©e , M D Doirvcn Hom.ltcn Wild Logon Reed Rood Cutler Graham, L $e»e Tdlnoon Arrngtcn Corry McIntyre Miller, J D. Gwynn Choicer ___.lord Leggett McCarty Scofkmon Towne VovsSIGMA ALPHA EPSILON The Flondo Upsiton chapter of S«gmo Alpho Epsilon con trocc its history on the campus bock to 1884. when o keel, Del to Pi lembdo. wos gronted o charter from $ gmo Alpho Epsilon Notionol Froternity This chapter was installed at Tollohossec orxJ was later re installed ot Gainesville Smce the founding of the Florida Upsilon chapter ot Gainesville, in 1915, the Sons of Mmervo have mode a nome for themselves in many phoses of octivity on the campus During these years the Lions have hod two presidents of the Student Body. Henson Markham, ond George Smothers, and one Chancellor of the Honor Court. Seldcn Waldo During the post few years the S A E's have shown themselves tops in the field of mtromurols S A E alumm who hove gamed distinction ore Henson Markham. Jacksonville, Judge Futch, Ocolo. G B Knowles, Brodenton, and Al Coogler, Jacksonville On thecompus theS A E'scontribution to the "Big Men" include George Yajng. President of the Blue Key ond Debating; Woreing Miller Blue Key ond r" Club, Billy Arnold Blue Key; Froncis Keornev co coptoin of trock team ond vice-president of "F"club, H H Grohom, member of Blue Key BROTHERS IN THE FACULTY Joih Cody C H Willoughby Clifford Crondoll BROTHERS IN THE UNIVERSITY Cion of two Williom A notd J B Dodd John Harr It on Mo.nord Ronwey C'mwe’l 8ronch Moroce Drew F rone iv Kearney Willom Stontcri Fred Cdntrdl Daemon Dunlop G P MeCcrd Hooord Steamv Murray Corm Hoel Horry Fravme Ben McGohcy B-lh Wild Henry Chatt er H H Grohom Wore mg M W G«rge Yang Jcbn Do vcn Grohom Ho le Edoord Peacock Cion • 1941 Sehey Ben c d Byrne L-tvchgi DM.IW WJI om Reed Robert Berg Horton Logon Jock M-lligon Joe Rood Williom Corey Gerotd Kirby Jock AVjrphy B ily ToyW Alfred CoWnon Henry Mori n Howard hiewkirk Robert Yang George Hoy Heyward Mevve» Bcrr Rondjll Cion of 1942 Robert Arnold ; hrr , Greene Rcbert Knight Lows Tomen Mortm B'rwr John Gwym Gorebn KrxwJev Wiliam Von Dyke Theo 8«w Tom Horroen Corl Thomov Longfo»d AL -ip VIJVaaLvL •XHTOn lYnrfK'CK Wotdo Gvmehoel Clyde Hoarbothonn Homer L«h?enwoJter Merrill Wilhot VV«ll Om CharxScr Oxvjld Jittu Wcrtcy SonHI J H W ym Corrd Cutler Gor fan Johnion Ben TAVnon Jomrv Wcrkman Lee Grohom Cion of 194J Fred A rngfcn Lorryy LeogeH Jockvcn Miller Choriev Sorou W-’lom Corry John Franc McCarty John AWgon George Srroyer Oeeby Gotln Roy McIntyre Jack V rell Lomor Soortmon Lew Hitt Jchn Meod Sorrmy Pjtev Dudley Towne Billy Jennngy Vincent Meod Corl Roy, Jr Gecrge Von -317Pcuche lottitf Renfro Jones. J E Wood Tucker Jordon Owntcpher Ke N M R roth 8e e Wotkms Clous Emmanuel Best Jcm on S«br«cM Murphy Burm de Merrill Triplett StMort Hovgood Fugote Wilson Jones. C M Boms Morgon Huffman Klcnman Cc lns Shombough Snyder Johnstone Morton Luttrell Anderson Youskcrs Flonogon. E F. Caruso Markham E tele Weaver Culpepper Erikson Few Scruggs Ho kns Wikow 318-SIGMA CHI At the University of Floodo $igmo Chi existed ouginolfy through S gmo Phi, locol froternity, sponsored by five Sigmo Chj olumm living in Gainesville ond working toward the estoblishment of a Sigma Chi chapter In 1924 the not wool fraternity gronted the S gmo Phi o charter os Gomma Theto of Sigma Chi Fraternity Built in 1925, the cokniol chapter house has been the recipient of mony Homecoming Dec oration's owotds Among Gomma Thcto's outstanding men upon the compos ore Allen Poucher, Jock Jones, Chorles Renfro. Charles Lassiter, Bill Burns ond Dick Collins. Well known Sigmo Chi olumm include Townes R Leigh, Goinesville; Carl Brorem, Tompo. Logon Hill, Pensocok), C C Curry, Miami, and Brown Whotley, Jacksonville IROTH[US IN THE UNIVERSITY Clou of 1 40 Allen FW.he' James Tucker Virgil Milbroth Chortes Lassiter Peyton Jcrdon Bnon Phillips Chorles Renfro Rev Christopher Fronk Green Jock Jones Btl M-Cleod Jirrmc Br e Roy Wood K«»th V Kelly John Ba» Wotkott Oo»» of 1 41 Coe Best Charles NVxph) Joe Tnplett Wolttr Jerrrgon Stonley BurwcJe Wiliam SteiMyt Jm SebrecM Jchn Edword.MerrJI James ftoygood AK-.n flyogon Clou of 1 42 611 Buns Bcb Lee Overton Snyder Corwin Mcrgon R-chard Ccflrvs W-l-’orn Jchnjfcne John M Kle nrrgn Shorn $hambough William Her ten Willtom Huffman Cion of 1 4} James Andersen Austin Conao M-'fon Mrtry Hyoid You e s D-ck Mo'khom Bern Culpepper Eorl Fkrogon Mon » E-sele Erring Cnkscn Verrcn Weaver John 0 Perry Jock Brodey Hyoid Clous Douglas McLeod Joe Scopes Rooul Deb)m Jtnme fujote Warner Wihon Cobm Jones Carol KirklorvJ Nyman Foster Jomes Lutirell George Fox Jchn Cooper Scoots H C Mowkias -3)9-SV ntr Wh»t Or Cow « Carter Cocc Horns Bkscibum Sullivan Lews Greene Rond pfi Hendmon VonBnmt BoLer Wdlfidd Sopp Powell. J O Rowell. O N Milam Romsh Pcepfei Underwood G mo-n Turner Armstrcng Broward Bf onf rrench. A I Eletxnh hi ho!scn Hubert Kennedy Mercer Nt».to ee Wr ht Abo'e Hunt Sarocne Campbell. J French. W. T. Studenvre Kurtz Bast Brown Horb-n logman Poller dr M3nn.ng Ccr Johnson Puffer FoulLner Ue el»»n Colee, R F Butler Gbvcn Bennett W.ltcn Campbell, R E Rotterton -320-Epsilon Zeto Choptcr of S gmo Nu fraternity wos founded here in 1920 largely through the efforts of Florida alumni, including Joe Dalton of Tompo; R W Block-lock of Gainesville, and George Milom of Jacksonville Since its inception on the University of Florida compus. S»gmo Nu has contributed many leoders in undergroduate affairs, including three student body presidents Outstanding members of the locol choptcr include Tom Byrd VonBrunt, Blue Key member ond cx-president of Phi Eta Sigma and listed in "Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities," and Frank Cowles, president of Sigma Delto Chi, journalism fraternity and ex-rronoging editor of the Rondo Alligotor Sigma Nu wos founded at Virginia Military Institute in 1869, and now lists over a hundred chapters in forty-seven stotes Notoble Sigma Nu alumni include the late Zone Grey, author and sportsman, Ellsworth Vines, tennis stor; Chorles"Ch»c" Sole, lovoble motion picture octor; Glen Miller, Kay Kyser and Howard Barlow, orchestro leaders. Dr Herman B Welles, president of Indiona State University and youngest head of a state institution; Burton Roscoe, well-known literary critic; U S Senator Walter George of Georgio; Governor John Moses of North Dakota, Governor Leon Phillips of Oklahoma, ond cx-Governor Eugene Tal-modge of Georgio MOTHERS IN THE FACULTY Woltcr J Motherly Motor Holloron Eorl P. Powers R V Bkxklock C«ol C PhppS Chories Harper MOTHERS IN THE UNIVERSITY CWn of two Luc ha Merrill FrorA Cowles Robert Fisher Albert Lewd William P White Som F Corter Kerneth White James Gregcrie Robert Ely A T. Cooper Willom W B'ockbum Jock Rondo'ph Oon«4 MocMurphy John Horr John D Sol'son Wolter Hcndcrvcn R hard Betto Clou of 1941 Leonard BoVer Jen 0 Powell Fronk 8r cnt Dovd German Tom V.oMe-'d Orrron Powe’l Lee Pol lardy Jen Turner hfethon Lmdsoy Bowing Milom Russell Peeples John Armstrong John D Sapp Bemo»d Pornjh Ed Underwood Chories Broword Clou of 1942 Eugene E ebash Chories Whioier Jock Campbell V.’olter Brown ti ard Sullrvon Rcbert Wright B«lfy French Harold Co'ec Elmer N Wicn Bob Ah f Lee French Rehord Hort n Herbert Hubert Ben Hnt John Stoudemee Horry Hordmon Alphcus Kennedy Fred Lyons Chories Kurtr Bob Ingmon 8 M Mercer JceSarncn Leon Boss Ora of 1943 Jchn Momng Herbert Jchmon Rotmond Butler Fronk VAhcn AJ Cone Jock Puffer Pool Hordoker Robert CompbeU Jock Kelsey Fred Foulkner Leonord Gbson W.llom hhchols E W. Bcxden Jtm Llewc'lyn Tom Bennett ktr Patterson Roymond Cdee Curry Bassett -321-Dwm Klu « dbc»g Hoft Gordncf McCofty Dov-s St« o t Wd«w $«waf MM Bum Adrm Snorr. C M Helj«lh St« ens Polmer M:K« Wh.tmon 8 »n Islington Corltcn Frost Will B o cf Porter NVillioms VStvtnQ Schoch DeW.tt C«or Wmefl Borcmc e Snorr, L G Boone Nxo Percy Kno»ki Rxhords Wenvcn Ho'roW WtMi Toylor -522-SIGMA PHI EPSILON In 1925, o locol orgonizotion of the University of Floudo campus petitioned the Grond Chapter of Sigmo Phi Epsilon for o charter ond it wos granted Since that time the Florida Alpha Chopter of Sigma Phi Epsilon has enjoyed a ropid growth and also mony years of brotherhood During the fifteen years that S P E has been on the University of Florida campus, the chopter hos hod seven coptoins of varsity sports, including: Lamar Sarra, Jimmy Hughes, Dak? Vons»ckle, Florida's only All-Amencon, ond Walter Mayberry, one of Florido's All-Southern bocks During the yeor 1939-1940. S P. E hos also had some b«g men on the U of F compos Among these ore: John McCarty, Blue Key ond post Secretory-Treasurer of the Student Body, Bill Stewart, President of Y M C A; Bits Hart, well known for his work in architecture ond in Gargoyle, and others Some of the outstanding olumm of the chopter arc Don McCarty, Fort Pierce; Jimmy Hughes, Tompo, W Clinton Green, Miami; Lomor Sorro, Tampa, Eugene Fisher, DcLand •ROTHERSIN THE FACULTY James S Day Huber C Hunt Billy Matthews J Keeper Woe Rontoph Weaver IROTHCRS IN THE UNIVERSITY Clast at IMO Pool P Hort Gorcfcn Gardner Tom Bums Jock XVxre Ei) y H KKxwx'bcrg T J [ 3VI1 Witliom Stewart Bob Casey Wiliam S (Xm Jchn McCorty Clast at 1941 WJt-om L Atoms LeRo M Swcot Corl M Snorr Whan W Woggoner Roben B McKee ktn Polmer James F Borns Witliom D Stepbern Albert 0 Mdseth Chorles M e l Ester Mormo Rex McKerchcr Clott at 1942 CXxJev Whitmon William DeW.tt Arch Bogwell T S W«oms Jock Frost Rue Lone 8ro n Roty Tixlryjlon Mil ten M l Stoey B’cwer Reuben Cor lc ten 1 toroid Will Joseph J Whiting Clast at 194) Keene H Clork Don el Beene Roy McDonald LeRcy Morrison leren Snorr Rtoert D Muwctl George V Percy Wiliam Toy ter Pete Boremore ktn Horrold J tn Nxo Rxhord Wei It Do-. Knowles Bod Rxhordt -323-Wolly l«wnt Wolf C rxjn. P Woihen Gofcfrnon, H Bourrnr? n Motto RcMmw Kr(xne Gttsri c Q Kle i Setser Ootsberg RowbkM! Kctavn Row, A M Rove, E J. Cow MendHI A mcM»r L t rron Mailer Gor ytt lewm W.ltcwte-o Levr e F«-rt rg Nowron Roppoport Teutich SVdU Beormon Gddberg. A R AJc or dc — 324 —TAU EPSILON PHI Founded on the U of F campus bock in 1923, Too Alpha of Ton Epsilon Phi hos grcn n from o group of eight charter members to its present strength of fifty-three brothers under the pin Tau Epsilon Phi hos grown fof years, held a coveted place in the first division ranks of the fraternities' scholarship roce, and has always finished high in fraternity intramural standings Under-groduate B M O C 'sore Saul Levine, circulation manogcr of the Alligator, ond intramurol board member, Elmer Setzer, concert master and vice-president of the Florida Symphony Orchestra, Phillip Goldman, fraternity league intrcmurol manager, and Jerry Klein, Florida Players, Alligator stoff and Seminole staff member. Prominent Tau Alpha Alumni include Nothon J Roberts of Jacksonville, Louis Hyman of Miami; Rabbit Robbins of Gainesville, ond Irving Klepper of Jacksonville BROTHERS IN THE FACULTY William Edchten Mora v E Wtfew L«n Rctfcra Robert Rcbtxnv H)man B Sobol Alex Rctbrri BROTHERS IN THE UNIVERSITY Cleu o» 1X0 Sydney Cooper George Wolly JoH Mcnddvn Aorcn Dova Gtnen Bkjtt Moves Schuper Leonard Wall Wdlom Wolfscn Milton Lipiitr CWm 1X1 Hobart Goldman Som Hymon Jock Jenizcr Leonard RobbWn Soul Lo ne Howard G«bcrg Soul Sp-vo . R hord Krouve Mortn Lcvme M tchell Botxmten Mjihcn Wmow Mortin Greenberg Clou cl 1X2 Goldman Melton AuguUine Arnold Susvnon Edward Ga’dberg Ceroid K!en Fred Grovvberg PtvLp Kilman Howard Caravl. J. B. Psbk'O AJbert IWrj Jock. So'tl n Jock Mendel Elmer Setzer Moncn [w j Ero.n Rove Poul Gller Chorlev Roverb'ott Arthur Rove Clou ol IX) Afc«rt A onoviti Phil Leo n Herbert Femberg Juliui Beonran Orwn Lebermon Dov-d Mo ro Stuart Nromon Herman Held Ben FogeJson Aroel Witteretein Ovcor Rocfocot Jerry Dkn Mormon M'ller Lawrence Ferbcrg Kixt Teutveh Aorcn Gc dt rg Henry Gor doer Jerry Lcvnc Irvn Stott Sol Alewnder — 325 —Qtf Gregory Hyoll Mcwty Crofton Mn«f PelltfC n Wlnon, A W. Benton. H. K Bcwen Cone, C W. Cone, J. L Fly King Mockwlosh Mo com Merrill SV«er Slootomire W.llonw Benton, ). J fox Mendencn RocMord Snow Storing SulUon, J P UHelmon Matter? Coffer CVnrv? Dcfcutk Gomer Emgn Hottowov -326-THETA CHI Theto Chi wos installed at the University of Florida m 1916, being the fifth notional social fraternity established here. Daring the twenty-three years of its existence here on the campus. Theta Chi has contributed generously to the leaders m various compus activities The names of Bill Bivens, Broward Culpepper, Julian Alford ond Grad Burton are familiar to all Florida men. Football captains, members of Theto Chi, were: SAB Wilkerson, Toot»e Perry, Ramey Cowthon ond Chuck Rogers Prominent alumni include Fuller Warren, Jacksonville attorney. Pierce Wood, Speaker of the 1939 State House of Representatives; L C Crofton, former president of the State Alumni Association, and Dr G Ballard Simmons, Assistant Dean of the College of Education, University of Florida Among compus events of which Theto Chi is justly proud is the annual "Spanish Boll" given during Spring Holidays. This function dates bock to the beginning of social octivities in the University This year Theto Chi is not locking in men who have mode their mark on the compus Among them are Ross Mowry, chopter president, known for his work in the field of student publications, Carl Opp, Phi Beta Kappa ond outstanding journalist, and Dorm Gregory, Blue Key ond former member of the Lyceum ond Executive Councils BROTHERS IN THl FACULTY Or A S Cor%betf Howard M P Ruprecht G E TJly ) WevtlyFfy A-mon E Kitchma Jr Dr G B Srrmom H E Wood Dr F H Heath BROTHERS IN THE UNIVERSITY Om of two Corl Opp Chxncy Hyolt Frank CoppeUrun W.IIom Mner Ruwell Croftcn Row t.v»ry Onion Crofton Fred P Pett.fchn Dorm Gregory Murry Bennett DoWnone Monoway A Window SUl.von Clow of mi Herbert Bentcn J L Cent Jock Mo: ntenh Willuyn Mner :i Bcvten Edw n Ff, John AVoVrom Fred P Pctt.|chn C W Cone John Kng George Mrrr.lt A WmJow Soil nan Clow of 1942 John Benton Gecege Rodford Jtfn P Sufi MX! Fronr Warner Thome Bocne Bucwe Snout Bcme Turner Rmvefl Yoder Eugene Hendeoon Roy Storing Frederick C UHclmon Clow of IWJ Raymond Carter Robert Denrv Billy Garner Warren Strum Fronklm Debuik Lon Moore Brown McIntyre Rdcfes Y u « Kmg Yeung W««ef Cor ter Muk Atkins Week Campbell Wenzel Lem Tedder Foufkrer Sorou Bornes lemrn Philips Jones Codmjfers Chompl.fi Brewer Goldberg Gen i tie Henn-e Emwvn JUNIOR INTERFRATERNITY CONFERENCE Alpho Gam mo tho Thomos B Jcnes Goyton Emerson Alpho Toe Omcpo D k Brown Brod'cxd Brown •ete TWlo Pi loses Alkns Jerry Newmork. Ck. fit. Jock Andmon J W Holmes Mto Oil tiowoni Bolemon Harry Bremer Dclro Tow Mto Lomor Krsg B ll C»omort e Delro Sigma Phi Jchn Gcnrau Din Frcmd Koppo Alpho Cton Hcmie Dose Fylfcrd Koppo S «k» A J Bo met Jfnrtf Gentile lambda Chi Alpho Jock Grouenboche Jock Rddes Phi Be to Mto Shetby Troger Irving Cypen Phi Koppo Too George WtntB Frccmon Stftbm Phi Delro Theto George Tedder C»Oy Codrwsgton Pi Mto Sigmo Morris Yotno Lours Weeks Pi Koppo Alpho Miller Phillips B-tl Chomplin Pi Koppo Phi Nedd Letts Bill McKern Sum Alpho Cpsilo Chorles Sorou Roy McIntyre Sum Chi Vcmcn Weaver Jock Ycurhers Sigma No Bob Compbell Fred Foulkner S qmo Phi Epsilon John Horrotd Dorset Boone Theto Chi Frank In Debusk Roy Cor ter Too Epsdoo Phi A R Goldberg Phi Lcwn 328-VARIETIESTflLLflHflSSfE Flondo students should certomly become good citizens, for the greoter port of their college coreer is spent m the copitol city One's educot»on is incomplete 'til he hos strolled the scenic hills of Tolly with one of F S C W's foir-hoired losses on his orm The little orongc ond blue cop is o fomilior and welcome sight to these Talla-hossee merchants os is shown by their splendid cooperation ☆ THE LEWIS STATE BANK FLORIDA'S OLD€ST BANK BEGAN BUSINESS IN 1856 MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION ☆ The SWEET SHOP Tallahossee, Florida Ai Scuih Got ? o4 Ccffeoe—Oppovie Lord', ond Glchmi COMPLETE FOUNTAIN SERVICE SOUTHERN DAIRIES ICE CREAM SANDWICHES-COLD ELATES LITTLE DINNERS WAFFLES-OYSTERS-SPECIAL OISHES WHEN IN TALLAHASSEE IT IS SPICK Cr SPAN YCUR HEADQUARTERS "At the College Front Gote" -330MEN'S CLOTHING AND FURNISHINGS SHOES ☆ Compliments of THE GREEN DERBY Sculh Monroe Streel JaUchoiw, FtorxJo "Florido Students Always Welcome" CLIFFORD WHIDDON, Prop Compliments of P. W. WILSON COMPANY TALLAHASSEE'S BEST STORE SINCE 1837 Compliments of JEAN THOMPSON'S TALLAHASSEE'S LEADING FLORIST ☆ MILLINERY—LADIES' SHOES LADIES' READY.TO-WEAR PIECE GOODS AND NOTIONS WHILE IN TALLAHASSEE MEET AT THE COFFEE POT WE SERVE THE BEST COLD DR I NX S AND SANDWICHES IN TOWN Compliments of B. K. ROBERTS ATTORNEY-AT-LAW TALLAHASSEE - FLORIDA The Best Dressed Men Wear MB ☆ THE SCHWOB CO. JACKSONVILLE MIAMI PENSACOLA ST PETERSBURG ORLANDO TAMPA WEST PALM BEACH Compliments of THE CAPITAL CITY BANK TALLAHASSEE MEMBER Of THE FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION Compliments of STATE Cr RITZ THEATERS TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA SPARKS THEATERS OF FLORIDA Compliments of VAN H. PRIEST COMPANY 5c TO SI 00 STORES 'The Largest Florida-Owned Cham of Variety Stores In the State" -331-TflfTlPfl The "Ycor Around City" is wdl represented on the University Compos There ore opproximotcly two hundred boys who ore o credit to the town The Tempo Club, one of the first organizet»ons of its kind on the comp-us, under the leodershipof Bill Norris and Byrne Litschgi, is doing on excellent job of ocquointmg the University boys with the civ problems ond with the business men of Tampa Tampa Buww.i Mon 'V i dd “ Wodwwxth ie H Mtynord Raroey on od tor roc»r i ihe Sleep ond Eot Cl ft Ledge BOY, HOWDY! WONT YOU H A V-A-TAM P A CIGAR? ☆ ELI WITT COMPANY -332-FOR ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE WHEN INVESTING IN REAL PROPERTY, INSIST ON A TITLE INSURANCE POLICY ISSUED BY THE LAWYERS' TITLE INSURANCE CORPORATION OF RICHMOND, VIRGINIA OVER 52 YEARS ☆ FASHION FIRST R fx«mted by GUARANTY TITLE COMPANY 407 TWK5G STREET TAMPA, FLORIDA AND FASHION RIGHT TAMPA DRUG COMPANY WHOLESALE MAAS BROTHERS MANUFACTURERS AND DISTRIBUTORS OF ALLEN'S DRUG PRODUCTS TAMPA QUALITY HIGHEST GRADE MONEY BACK GUARANTEE ASK YOUR DRUGGIST We foconmend RUB-ALL-EN, a yxxi Lirvnxfit Compliments of The Office Equipment Co., Inc. Oitfitters "From Pins to Sofes" LYONS FERTILIZER COMPANY Corner Polk Street and Florida Avenue tampa, Florida MANUFACTURERS 0F ORANGE BELT BRANDS Compliments of TAMPA. FLORIDA Seminole Furniture Company tampa, Florida "JUST FINE FURNITURE" Compliments of Adams-Magnon Jewelry Co. ENTIRE BUILDING 510 Franklin Street TAMPA. FLORIDA WOLF BROTHERS TAMPA KNIGHT Cr WALL CO. CORNER TAVPA AND LAFAYETTE STREETS PHONE 2631 • TAMPA, FLORIDA HARDWARE MERCHANTS EFFICIENTLY SERVING FLORIDA SINCE I8S4 WITH QUALITY MERCHANDISE 333 — Tampa Abstract Cr Title Insurance Co. ESTABLISHED 1887 KNIGHT THOMPSON P O Be. 2288 Phene M-82J4 405 Mod son Street Attorneys-at-Law TAMPA, FLORIDA TAMPA. FLORIDA LAKELAND, the metropolis cf Impcrol Pcfk County, possesses cn enfronc ng and magnet otmosphere • Vrvtors from es -» state m the Uncn ond mom ctxmtr rroke Lokdand the wnfer home, and each year on ncreosmg number i Of these pexx'e ore groduot.ng from guest to permanent resdent They become enthwed with the city's epporhemes ond imbued with the spirit of frendhy hosc to!'fy. PETER 0 KNIGHT A city of homes, zt sorrcxrsd rvjs conducive to p’eosonT. econom o living. with o barkgnxxsd of industry and commerce culstondog n importonce to the entire stote . . So th.s a Lokeiond' C FRED THOMPSON P 0 KNIGHT, JR JOHN BELL LAKELAND CHAMBER OF COMMERCE FRED T BENFORD. P.es R L PARK. Manager R S THOMPSON K. E. M. TAYLOR ORLANDO FLORIDA A GOOD PLACE TO LIVE— To Work or ro Fky Pensocdo, cne of Amcr caS oldest of es, «s olvo one of the newest resort centers ond cn? of the most progress's Com-movies of the S:uth Located on the ieen Guf Coast, Pensacola hen one of the finest natu al harbors n the world and ptr.vr-.vc-. tsusuof cpperk i lev for the devekpment of commerce and industry Pensoca'o n known ov the "Annaptfis of the Air" became it .s the loco ton of the U S Nt.oI Air Stolon, whch s the lorgest no»ol os a ton tranng school n me world Wyi, merest rsg pares to see, o heolthM and pfeofont eor-rot d clmote, e ceu«nt long ccnd t m, end a sperdd comments sp.nl cont me to male Pensaro'o a gxxl pfoce to Ive. to work, or to ploy For specol n for mo tort ond .ilwstrated booklet write to S A Longford, Secretory-Monoger, VVecfoi Ad-sertang Board PENSACOLA -334- n On fhe QulhST. HIM Oldest city in the United States, where stand the rums of o'd Fort Marion ond where one con drink from Ponce de Leon's fountain of youth !t has produced mony a B M 0 C on the Florida compos We solute St Augustine and its merchants for their true spirit of cooper-otion with the University of Flondo. Si Aofrrti H I Of Fowl Efrrr«t Sm.ih omail THE EXCHANGE BANK OF ST. AUGUSTINE "CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 1940" Compliments of ST. AUGUSTINE GAS COMPANY ST AUGUSTINE FLORIDA L. G. BALFOUR COMPANY ATTLEBORO, MASS FRATERNITY JEWELRY OFFICIAL RADGES CRESTED GIFTS DANCE PROGRAMS KEYS ond CHARMS PARTY FAVORS INVITATIONS AWARDS STATIONERY Wnt« for o Ittt copy of our 19 0 Rue Rot Branch W v-52 PVOChtrt . AHonlo. Go EXTEND HEARTIEST CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF '40 — 335 —tf-iue cMu t ied IfeaAA. J P iuitinCf,! anniversary of the Invention of Printing. Type-makers and printers, librarians and educators, civic and church leaders, all who respect the significance of printing and who love fine books, will unite in observances to pay honor to the great invention which, through these five centuries, has contributed more than any other to the progress of civilization. will be observed as the 500th 1940 II4II Of raitmua Wo olfor complete service in design, composition, printing and binding of all types of book ar.d magazino work. THE RECORD COMPANY ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDAWHATEVER THE SPORT, WE FURNISH THE EQUIPMENT Harry Finkclstine Company 631 39 West Boy. Cor Jefferson St. JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA MAX WITTEN'S 52 W Forsyth St. Showing what we cloim to be the ftOC finest Suit in town ot. BY MiCHAEl-STERN in Roch«ier MAX WITTEN'S 52 W Forsyth St. Compliments of E. C. NEWSOM FURNITURE CO. JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA Wc cong'oti ot veu on the »orV ou hoi done t co'lnjc Wc recognixo l k«w se the tremendous re pon b«lity hot from no cn ie l open your shoulder Some of your men ore bound 10 be « or'-d (coders The Borne It has been o Icodrr m the booking field Florida ♦or o er 6J year . We hove helped other or»d wc feel that wc can help you where it » comment with good banking, ond where .t con be mutually odiontogeou THE BARNETT NATIONAL BANK OF JACKSONVILLE ond its offiliotes: I ME BARNETT NATIONAL BANK Of DeLAND, Del ond, Flor-da THE BARNETT NATIONAL BANK Of COCOA Cocoa, Florido. THE BARNETT BANK CF AVON PARK, Avon Pork, Florida THE ST AUGUSTINE NATIONAL BANK OF ST AUGUSTINE. St. Augmtme, Florida THE BARNETT NATIONAL BANK OF FORT LAUCCROAlE, Fen Lauderdale, Florida Members Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Jockwnv ’le BVje Blood "Grot: '' Groeseilc gnes ’'The CXAe" Aco to o trimming JflCHSOnVILLE The Gateway City becomes the home of more University groduotes then ony other Florido community. Then, too, it is represented on the compos by more students than ony other one city. The support of Jacksonville merchants hos oone for in making our athletic progrom what it is today, ond we ore grotoful for their further support in relotion to the 1940 Seminole -337-Congratulations TO THE CLASS Of IWO On yc KholovK ochevement djrng the pan year. Moy oil ycur effc ti m the future be o UKCeufJ Diamond Merchants Duval Jewelry Co. Ill MAIN STREET.....................JACKSONVILLE. FLA CLARK Cx LEWIS "Sensible Service" it it KLOEPPEL rHoteJ? L M FLORIDA ED3ZX mng Tk« GEORGE WASHINGTON too -Ilk I.Ik. »»4 ili.ui OfM •! • ■ M" l l « »M» . CAIAOl OIukmII ••»« find • trtrj t »» WHOLESALE GROCERS HOTEL SUPPLIES JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA VISIT H AVERTY'S COMPLETE HOME FURNISHINGS 317 MAIN STREET LONG. EASY TERMS JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA THE SHAW-WALKER CO. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 608 LAURA STREET LARGEST EXCLUSIVE .MARKETS OF OFFICE FURNITURE AND FILING EQUIPMENT IN THE WORLD Compliments of STERLING E. SMITH JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA I KlOCFRfl MAWAGtMt N?! Compliments of SOUTHERN DAIRIES JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA REGARDS TO THE FELLOWS FROM WALTER MAYBERRY With FLORIDA SCHOOL BOOK DEPOSITORY — 338 — 73U LDING5 5KYa»d GULL5! frothing much to took at i et. pictured by Craftsmen, it all becomes a Subject 'Dramatically beautiful' So if is with Photo tqravings. The reproduction of your merchandise by experienced c Artisans is given that... 'Selling Spark WE HAVE SUCH CRAFTSMEN RE5PESS ENGRAVING CO.inc. JACKSONVILLE.FLA. v.- n. • • r .j • I: j j • Hm«=• nil 111 I • i X' _ 11.You Agricultural Scientists Know You know how greotly science con oid nature in producing better, finer crops. You know how much better the so«l responds to the work of skilled hoods ond trained minds You know that such scientifically formulcted, exoctly balanced fertilizer os IDEAL Broods ore among the most important of the tods with which ou will work Simply remember thot the polity of your knowledge must be matched by the quolity of the materials you use Sodemond IDEAL Fertilizers for best results ilson and I oomer I ertilizer Company JaciiMtnvilk’, Horida The ATLANTIC NATIONAL BANK OF JACKSONVILLE AND AFFILIATED BANKS FIRST ATLANTIC NATIONAL BANK. CXjpt.ro Beoch, Fiordo THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK, Gomr-ivillo, F lor do Tl PALATKA ATLANTIC NATIONAL BANK, Patorta. Flordo THE SANfORD ATLANTIC NATIONAL BANK. Sonfcrd, F lor da WEST PALM BEACH ATLANTIC NATIONAL BANK. Wot Palm Beoch, Florida SPRINGFIELD ATLANTIC BANK, Mon Street. JocMor»»ille SOUND PROTECTION . . . AND FRIENDLY COOPERATION IN ALL FINANCIAL MATTERS MEMBERS FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION "A Room With a From a M GILBERT, Pm ond Ge« Monojer. EXECUTIVE OFFICES: JocMcnyille, F lor da OPERATING GILBERT HOTELS IN till FOLLOWING CIT1KM. In IImUi: JACKS! IN V II.I.K -cuk«ft ium • ’IV W»" NT. At'GUKTINK "GOWvt.PU ' PALATKA DAYTONA IIKACH KI.HNIMMKK TAMPA ST. PKTVJUdlURC PKNNACOLA gainksvii.lk »T. I.AIU»:itl AI.»: • Cllhvrt-MnrylnM' K AN rilKIJ UKKIASP •r,nwti.Wui.Vfi." KKV WKST "GilWWrfrremn ItRADKNTON WKJCT I'AI-M IIKACH Bath Dollar and a Half'' GENERAL OFFICES: Gmt Bu'dng 776 Hogan Street, P 0 8o 42 . Phene 5 0704, JoctaorNille, Flcrd) In Other Citimi INDIANA 1 01.15. 1ND. KMKNCH LICK. IND. HKI.I.AIKK. OHIO. W'HKKLING. W. VA. NOKPOLX. VA. CHATTANOOGA. THIN. "Gin-rt-KIU.-KNOXVILLK. TOOL •r.nwn-jumirarr-LOUISVILLE. KY. ATHKNK. CA. ATLANTA. CA. HAINHMIDGK. CA. AUGUSTA. CA. KA VANN AH. CA. WAYCROML «A. DOUGI-AS. GA. Moult.K. ALA. T.Antait AUmi'' IIIRMINGIIAM. ALA. WANIIINGTON. D. C. It Al.TIMOR! MD. -AIUm.nl Huml” CHRIXTIANNHUKG. VA. "Vlrrtnkn Inn UTICA, S. Y. 340Getting Off on the Right Foot is mighty important to ony young mon entering the world of business First impressions ore often lasting impressions . . ond most employers examine critically the bonking connections of a prospective employee. First thing offer commencement, associate yourself with a good bonk Become ocquomted with the officers, seek their odvee on matters of business We invite you to toke odtantoge of the friendly counsel ond convenient services which this bank has to offer. FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK OF JACKSONVILLE A FINANCIAL STRONGHOLD One of the South's Great Stores GROCERIES MEATS SEA-FOODS PRODUCE JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA — 341 —JACKSONVILLE PAPER COMPANY JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA DISTRIBUTORS Cf SOUTHERN MAID AND EVEREST FILLERS. TABLETS AND COMPOSITION BOOKS "Rest Your Eyes By Using Eyerest, Nature's Own Wo ' One of the South's Finest and Largest Collection of AUTHENTIC UNIVERSITY. STYLED CLOTHING LEVY'S ADAMS AT HOGAN JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA THE UNIVERSITY of FLORIDA USES ☆ ☆ Monarch Finer Foods IN JACKSONVILLE— Sprint Straight for SEARS, ROEBUCK O CO. THE STORE OF FASHION WITH YOUNG IDEAS FORSYTH AT BROAD MAL. HAUGHTON, JR., CO. REALTORS MORTGAGE LOAN CORRESPONDENT ATLANTIC LIFE INSURANCE CO., RICHMOND, VIRGINIA IC WEST BAY STREET......JACKSONVILLE IN JACKSONVILLE ITS ALWAYS FURCHGOTT'S THE STORE ACCOMMODATING FOR BEST VALUES 1912 1940 E. H. THOMPSON CO., Inc. KITCHEN, DINING ROOM and BAR EQUIPMENT 226-226 WtST BAY STREET JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA RHONE 5-3507BfiflDfnTon The Friendly City on the bonks of the Monatee. The sixty-seven University boys from Mono tee County toke pnde in Brodcnton, its beoches, ond the foct thot It is one Of the lorgest E(J thc sr«knt Bo h. on j Bobora 8u . oco»«tt for WJI Centers of Citrus ond truck form Oibwm. rJwxnffot rhf oM W« Hw't o • «-' tHcrrs o o ing on the West Coost. These Brodcnton merchonts hove shown the true Friendly City spirit by helping their sons ot the University. SPARKS THEATRES —BRADENTON PASSMORE'S TALLANT- GROFF BEST WEAR FOR FLORIDA MEN MEN'S FURNISHINGS K DADS or GRADS EGBERT BEALL, 39 INVITES ALL FLORIDA STUDENTS AND GRADUATES TO CALL ON HIM AT FIVE-DOLLAR LIMIT STORE ; Furnishings For Young Men For Less -343-Taught tune he AN your grandfather's time, the hickory stick and the dunce U cap were integral parts of the educational system. But today, education has become more civilized. It uses new methods to get better results. And cheap utility service is like that too ... it is as modern as today ... as new as tomorrow Modern education raises the mental standard; cheap utility service raises the “better living” standard. As public servants we are constantly striving to provide a better, more dependable and cheaper sendee. Call on us anytime. FLORIDA POWER LIGHT COMPANV UTILITY SERVICE IS CHEAP!GflintSVILLf Our own University City, where a Freshman soon becomes ot home in its friendly atmosphere, where alumni always feel welcome when they return and view such old fomihar sights os the Seogle Building Devil's Mill Hopper, and Warren's Cave The University knows its debt of gratitude to the merchants of Gainesville for their untir mg efforts to make Florklo the grandest school in the land ”U tKjniv' I went lo houvt portics knf «ot ' THE WHITE HOUSE HOTEL THE HOTEL THOMAS "GAINESVILLE'S FINEST AND LARGEST COMMERCIAL HOTEL" CENTRAL FLORIDA'S FINEST HOTEL S'XTY-Five modernized rooms AIR CONDITIONED j COMMERCIAL HOTEL GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA GAINESVILLE'S FINEST AND MOST CENTRALLY LOCATED HOTEL -345-THERE'S MD SUBSTITUTE FOR THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK RIDCLE ATHLETIC SHOES THE OLD RELIABLE Stole Distributors for INCORPORATED 18S8 BENDIX OUTBOARD MOTORS ☆ SENTINEL RADIOS WILSON SPORTING GOODS BAIRD HARDWARE CO. Member F. D 1 C. GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA Ccngrotulotior tC . . . Compliments of THE CLASS OF '40 W. F. DUKE Cr CO., Inc. Beasley and Williams Furniture Co. GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA Compliments of Compliments of JIM LARCHE THE COLLEGE INN "SERVING SONS OF FLORIDA SINCE 19Tf' Across From the Dormitories Compliments of Chestnut Office Equipment Co. RED WING SHOES J. GIB8ES CHESTNUT Ckm of 1914 FOR STUDENT SUPPLIES Goinesville, Florida COLLEGE WE CO MONITE MOTH-PROOF CLEANING MEN AT NO EXTRA COST TO YOU OTTO F. STOCK DULUTH. SCHWOBILT CLOTHES MINNESOTA DRY CLEANING GAINESVILLE, FLA Congratulations to the Graduating Class of 1940 Hearty Congratulations To the Class of '40 Best wishes to the Undergraduates ☆ FLORIDA ☆ and LYRIC Theatres SPARKS THEATRES An All-Florida Organization of Entertainment Iie cinder son Studio ☆ PORTRAIT PHOTOGRAPHERS 1940 SEMINOLE 338 West University Avenue Gainesville, Florida — 3 18☆ THE 1940 SEMINOLE IS BOUND IN A KINGSCRAFT COVER DESIGNED AND PRODUCED BY THE KINGSPORT PRESS, Inc. KINGSPORT, TENNESSEE ☆ — 349 —■ ■■■ F 37? F'Ps nn-o y 


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