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

 - Class of 1941

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The buildings we haunted, the paths we trod, the iooks we paid tor, the organizations we joined, the parties we threw, the' initia- tions we went through, the prots we browned, the games we won and the games we lost., the politicians whose hands we shook, the pals we knew and the triends we've lost, the gals we courted, the places we worked and where we've p-layedfall these ,are here, for they are the things that make Alma Mater more than a collection at buildings ot dead stone and plaster--that give her a live per- sonality ot her own which lives as a cherished part ot the lite of every son ot Florida. We leave this volume with you, then, tor what amusement it may attord you now and what memories it may provide you with tor tuture dreams ot happy college days gone by. r -7 , 7 l . 4 'v Hx' lil: li we 'N' 66ZiCdi66Z 4 . 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Cuxlrmlr E-lx: 'WT L M.Wi,.v'Ti T mf mr U ' n mmm QT 'ur SICJIL XXTTVTTT 'Jw f:"T'x uf 'uf gm: H Hw' 'rwffWf5THr iiglf IMMQU Ewuv, -Mi 1:11 f wx, MONT wf.1,1r VM mr T X'mrif.i VXKJV wie xxlwfli wg Mmw Q- 11 ENOTO iw www er NTI!-N15 ids xm-Q G xor-fix fini-voter, 'J 'xtsr 1' VHJW qw! MDM JH I-hum yr.. - fjzfgut 'I AWMJ Tom Gm! QU, Sci T31 1rQfz'r' I- 'Timm TTQLPT .. x rw wr, Graff lQ'f,TTTKQ'V of Ilwfi Sem IHYTC In Tim inlet Qmfr-rrmr H: YRJVM 510: fjiwjx' MLM QM fwjluwl fT1fJr'Vwgi rw ' 'lH'l'1f7?IV4 ifwgfiullgffllwjiTT -v.irTQr'f1F lwvgfq IITGI xxL'Nvw! M mx 1 f 1,f f, ' I Tm 'lf,1u,f. wr U mu f,4.!1i1mfXfg1 f1Vr141T1f1Tnuln un f!wrwiuT1T1rm4j Tin 'Tmr.f1rf1!'r'-'V11FTf+V1fTciT1W1m CONTROL HoN,R.H.GoRE T1 NM H Til I Al 5' HON. N. B. JORDAN HUNT. , HON. J. T. DIAMOND, Secretary VX ry ' 1. ' T 'wil Tffr'-'lx 'NWI' !1H"' .xlwrmxl T ', ' V 'I 1 'I' PRESIDENT JGHN J, TIGERT Dr, Jahn. .. his braacl edacatianal baclqgraana, his great character, his large hearty his large tamiliar trame and genial smile, his inimitable clravvl and hamespun philasaphy, his sincere interest in every University activity, and his caarageaas, antiring ettarts ta maintain at Flariaa an institutian at higher learning and ta raise the University apave the status at a glaritiea WPA praiect-have all made him a pillar at strength ta the University ancl earned him a permanent place in the hearts and memaries at all Flarida men, . DEHII UF THE UHIVERSITU U W.CHH BUSINESS IHHI1H6 EH HLEIH H. GH UEHH UE STUUEUTS H U.BEHTU HSSISTHUT DEHU UE STUUEUTS J EU PRICE f"'N ER . RIRERIUR UE R. S. JUH R S. WRIGHT REGISIRRR UIRECIUR EIURIDR URIUR R. RHIU WR UIRECIUR RESIUERCE G. C. III mn Us BUTLER UIIIVERSIIU Puuslclnn Cllllflil UF llllll Forensic center ot the combus is the College ot Low, whose students include most ot the too notch compus ooliticions. Florido's low college sbeciolizes in the teoch- ing ot pleoding technigue ond groduotes need bow to olumni of no other low school in the country when they gother to tolk obout post records ond occomplishments. Florido men who hove been through the low school hove nothing but the highest respect tor it, ond while it is considered numericolly omong the top ronlsing ot the notion, it is the oobrovol ot the three lorgest gov- erning cigencies in the tield which counts The low college is o member ot the Associotion ot Americon Low Schools, is registered by the New York Boord ot Regents, ond is opproved by the Americon Bor Associotion. Deon l-l. R Trusler ond the toculty ore eoch yeor turning out o greoter number ol borristers to toke their ploces in FIorido's ropidly increosing populoce. FACU LTY DEAN l-l. R. TRUSLER W X W C W. Crondoll J W. Doy W A lv'lcRoe I. E. Odle D, Slogle C J. TeSelle K , V' M K' 4 ,Zi 2 AEM LIBRARIAN ILA R. PRIDGEN DEAN TOWNES R l-ElGl-l Cllllfllf llf l-llllS The College of Arts ond Sciences might well offer o course in How to Become o Well-troined Encyclopedio, since few fields of knowledge ore omitted from its curriculum, Erom Biple to physics, speech ond iournolism to p o I i t i c ol science, Arts ond Sciences con ond does serve op pits ond! in some few coses, more thon pits of specicilized knowledge. Eor from being merely o hothouse of cultorol longhoirs, however, the College of Arts ond Sciences olso includes such unctilturol divisions os the School of Phormocy ond the Deportment of Chemistry. 'Pe 3 IL' BLACK .... .... C hemistry BLESS .... ..,.. P hysics BYEBS ,... .... B nology BRISTOL, CONNER. , . .Sociology . . . . .English CO NSTA NS .... ........ S peech DAVIS .... ...,. M othemotlcs ELIASON.. EMIG ...... ENWALL. FOX. , . , .. GEORGE. . , .....English . ,Journolism . .Philosophy .....English Mothemotics GERMOND ...... .,.., M othemotics lf HARK NESS ..... ...... ..... B i ology HAUPTMANN .... .... S ponish ond Germon HEATH .,... ..,........ C hemistry HINCF LEY ..,.. . . . .Psychology HOPKINS. ., ............,. Speech HUBBELL. .. E JOHNSON. .. . ...Biology W KOKOMOOR .... ,... ond Geology .......Bible .lvlothemol ics IIIIIJ SCIENCES Boasting most ot the campus "characters" on its taculty, Arts and Sciences endeavors to shove materialism out the vvindovv in tavor ot the so- called "real education," or education in the liberal arts and development ot students' cul- tural backgrounds, but the auestion ot earning a living untortunately must treauently enter into students' decisions. Most underted of all the departments is jour- nalism, vvhich still struggles along in one room in an old dormitory. Remarkable tor its lack ot eauqwnent,notpmmsesyrggevencntypewruer,the department nevertheless succeeds in placing its graduates in responsible positions within the state. H. L KNOWLES ..,. J. M. LEAKE ..... W A. LITTLE .... ..........Physics History and Poli tical Science .........Ancient Language W. L. LOWRY ...,. ....... J ournalism C P LYONS ..... ........ E nglish S W McINNlS .,... ..... M athematics J M MACLACHLAN .... .... S ociology A C MORRIS ....,.. .... E nglish B J I-I OTTE .... ...,........,....., C hemistry A N PAYNE .... History and Political Science W, S. PERRY ,...... ................... P hysics E. C. PHILLIPS, JR .. ..... Mathematics C B POLLARD .... .... C hemistry C, A ROBERTSON... ..... English T B STROUP ...... ..... E nglish D C. SWANSON .... ..... P hysics R. E. TEW .......... ..,.... S peech A. C, VAN DLJSEN. .. ........... Psychology H. K. WALLACE ..... .... B nology and Geology O WILLIAMS ...... R. C. WILLIAMSON, .,.........PsychoIogv . . . . .Physics Cllllfllt Ut BUSINESS HlllllllllSlllHllllll Sneered at by more cultural and less practical students, the College ot Business Administration is, nevertheless, playing an increasingly larger role in commerce and industry in Florida. Courses in Bus Ad are ditticult lask any senior taking cost accounting or advanced economic theoryl but students leave the college vvell grounded in the principles and ethics ot the busi- ness vvorld, and most ot them step into positions soon atter re- ceiving their degrees Une might think that Bus Ad is the red-headed step-child ot the University, so neglected has it been when the buildings were handed aut, Courses are taught in practically every building on the campus, and 'tis rumored that one member ot the Business Administration taculty has his ottice out near the drill tield, No man ever graduates from the College ot Business Admin- istration vvithout teeling chagrined every time he buys one ot Mr, Rocketeller's products or smokes one ot Doris Duke's cigarettes, Dean 'Walter Ji lvlatherly is rated as one ot the best speakers in the state, and often steps out ot his educational robes to carry good will to men's luncheons and women's clubs, He is best knovvn on the campus, however, tor alvvays wearing a tie and brightly DEAN WALTER J. lvlATl'lERLY ' ffl shined shoes! as vvell as tor his annual address to the freshman class. T C BIGHAM ..... ..... E conomics Ri L, COLLINS ....... .... A ccaunting S de B DIETTRICH .... ..... B usiness JU W DIETZ ..... ...., B usiness Hi B DOLBEARE ,.i. ..... F 'nance J 13 ELDRIDGE ..., ..... E conomics R B EUSTLER ..... ..... E conomics D VV FLY ...,. ..Accounting H C HUBST ..... Business Law E P PQWERS ,,,, .Accounting Fo W TUTTLE ,.,.. ..... E conomics CULLEGE lll EDUCHTIUH The fine points ot teachin' youngsters readin', 'ritin', and 'nth- metic are talxen care ot in the College ot Education, Each year, the teaching protession in Elorida contains a larger number ot University ot tlorida graduates who receive their pedagogical training on this campus Although they must sutter under the General College tor two years, students in the College ot Education make up tor that by studying a Wide variety ot courses in teaching technique and philosophy They are tortunate in being able to do laboratory teaching and study in P K Yonge school, one ot the most mod- ern primary and secondary institutions in the country, where only the latest methods ot instruction are used. Most University students don't pay much attention to Educa- tion until the summer session, when thousands ot women teachers come here tor graduate study and tor maintaining teaching certi- ficates, A large percentage ot summer session enrollees are in the College ot Education, and the normal ratio ot men to women is reversed During regular session a large proportion ot the colleges enrollment consists ot tlorida gridiron warriors, the state's tuture schoolmasters, J BOHANNON A, CRAOO J D HAYGOOD W A LITTLE W T LOETEN A R MEAD E B SALT G B SIMMONS A W TENNEY J, l-l. WlSE l-l. E WOOD DEAN J. W. NORMAN ,Nw 'It I lik. DEAN JOSEPH WEI L L it 're ,r-v . if hid CNEEENE NE ENNINEENINN You can always tell an engineering student by the slide rule he carries The slide rulers are taking tar more ot the spotlight now than ever before! since the national defense program began, Every department ot the College ot Engineering is working closely with government agencies to train men and develop eguipment that will aid the United States to reach its desired goal ot pre- paredness Such unconnected parts ot the University as the heating system and the CAA tlying course are under the supervision ot the engi- neering taculty, most ot whom are consultants to industries throughout the state, Few industrial plants in Elorida do not employ at least one graduate ot the College ot Engineering, and still more graduates of the College are employed in responsible posrtions where thinking is more important than wielding a slide rule Dean Joseph We:l's greatest dream is the tuture Engineering Experiment station which he hopes to see on the campus soon Dean Weil spends almost halt ot his time ott the campus as he travels to other cities trying to get new buildings and new proi- ects started here. 2 fa WS' it if E Ks A A gh Vt' ll lit-'inl r ll C El Jugilt E qlt'l,L1EEO W W, Eineren li S Erauli C l'l lanes ll .l Milt". li A Morgen P L lfeetl S P Sal-.lintl W l, Sawyer P O Yeaton llllltlllll lllllllllf The General College tries to teach freshmen and sophomores "o lol of lxnowledge about everything" although many get their Associate of Arts degrees having learned "a lot of knowledge about nothing " Qrganized in six brood! comprehensive courses, the Ceneral College dominates the first year student completely as the un- Lnowing freshman is crammed with Cs from l to le ranging from o study of man's relationships with other men to o two year study of mathematics crowded into one semester, In the second year, the GC student is the target for the humanities and bio- logical studies, but has time to take courses in other departments Students are graded only according to their final examination which is graded by a machine, affectionately called "Elunl4en- stein " Sold machine is impervious to all attempts at "browning" and has never been known to trade an A for o guart of oil In- stead of striving for perfection! GC students try only to score more than their fellows since grades are given on a competitive CLIVVG Dean Winston W, Little is the stern guardian of the young minds still in the formative stage, and many o senior relates sorrow- fully his experience in trying to put something over on him DEAN WllNlSTGlXl VV LlTTLE A S, ,ff ,N 'Q 1 "" f 0 M .L pgs . , VW , M ki ,f I ,, X45 WS? w L1 girl F - 4' gy.. .,. ,,,5gr,A, ,g ,Wy , ,. ' Zffffif M, . , ,, Byers A E Carr R A Edwards W W, Ehrman W Goddum P L Hanna H, H Hobbs W, W Little C E, Hawley R R Mulligan W P, Rembert F, D Williams J. H Wise 9 ,fl 'BA 1' ' DEAN H H l-llllvlE A' A-. "V, "Y 1' i x ' a l 9 AI "f erything else peel service of the College ot Agriculture in rousing rurol stondords ond form levels in the lost tevv yeors -' T " i if I! i '-7 i ,f-vi wi i ,f Allin. O W Anilrrwii If Li lirzilcrr A P Blorl- W R CGHOII l li fill, l l l it rilili ii M Vi' Vininil li L Fcul-. E VV Gorris H G, l'lOVT1llTOV1 it it imiifiii it i rvinii, vv M :itil fs' v ltliibli' L L Rusoff N W Sfinbofn P l-l Qenn A L Sheoly W B Tisdole C. F. Weber H S Wolfe UULLEGE lll HGHICULTURE Theyve never seen o purple cow, either, but it would be no surprise lo the toculty ond students ot the College ot Agricul ture it their experiment suddenly turned up o bovine ot thot hue More ond more, the old epithet ot "cow college seems out of ploce when Ag is referred to, Future lormers must study such "uncovvish" subiects os chemistry ond economics, since the tuture ot ogriculture is telt to be closely tied up with the tuture of ev Closer to the citizens ot the stote thon ony other bronch ot the University, the College ot Agriculture holds numerous short courses in every kind ot rurol endeovor, ond works closely with the county ogents ond Agriculturol Experiment Stotion The government receives its shore ot Ag groduotes, mostly in the soil conservotion deportment which hos become more populor in the lost tvvo yeors thon ever hetore Groduotes ore corrying on its work in every port ot the stote, ond form leoders recognize the SCHUUI UF PHHHWHUU No mere soda jerkers are graduates at the School at Pharmacy. They are trained in every phase at the sciences ot pharmacy, pharmacology, and pharmacognosy. Director P. A. Foote is a much sought atter man in state pharmaceutical circles these days, since the supply at positions exceeds the hamper at graduates annually, and Dr. Foote is the man to whom employers look tor pharmacists to till these pa- sitions. Most ot the Florida co-eds are pharmacy students, explaining, perhaps, the in- creasing popularity ot the school in the last tew years. L. D. EDWARDS W. J. I-IIJSA C. I-I JOI-INSON C R. JORDAN SCHUUI UI HHCHIIE The School ot Architecture and Allied Arts otters its enrollees an "easy" tour year course that always takes six years to complete. Architects are even older than law- yers on the Florida campus, and many have been here since Thomas Flall tirst saw the light ot day. Director Rudolph Weaver, architect to the Board ot Control, in addition to his ad- ministrative duties, tinds time to draw the plans tor Florida's new buildings, such as the Administration building lproposedl R. A FOOTE, DIRECTOR W T. ARINIETT J. L. R. GRAND I-I I-I FIOLBROOK A. D. IvIcVOY RUDOLPFI WEAVER, DIRECTOR SCHUUI "There's more to wood than meets endeavors to teach its students what Showing an amazing increase in enrollment that is keeping pace with Flarida's expanding lumber industry, the School at Forestry is rendering a valuable service to the state by train- ing scientists, not woodchoppers, who will aid in the conservation and de- velopment ot Florida's forests. The School owns the Austin Cary Memorial Forest, where students pre- ter to hold tield days and parties rather than to experiment with wood, insects, and diseased trees. Director Fl. S. Newins was once the whole faculty at the School, but now sits behind a highly polished desk, and makes the chips tall in their respec- tive places. UI IUHESIRU the axe" and the School ot Forestry lies under the surtace. O xc ,Gs i' . ' .S 2 f ff X f X X ft X X X ,x s ws , I, S My .A ,, ,J 1' Z' A X -sfipiffgf 1 ' .I I f ., I ' ' f."L' .. Adv! 'Z f if N ,y Z I .u ll . if Q' , x ,, - ,,.,, f . hx' Qyiyr tw ' hgzrsi owffvz.-ic. 1 ' . vi 113' "f 1 ...A 1 tif:-'f .elftffwif tfv ' W. B DE VALI. P. W FRAZER J. W. MILLER G. F. WEBER R. I-I. WESTVELD E. A. ZIEGLER I-I. S. NEWIINIS, DIRECTOR DEAN il' M SIMPSGN GHHIJUHTE SCHUUL lncludlng I0 tts scope every deportment on the compus, the Groduote School novv otters the Moster degree in every upperdtvtslon college except lovv ond bustness od- mtntstrotton, ond the doctor ot philosophy degree rn tour deportments Students tn Groduote School con spend much ttme rn letsure, stnce they toke only I2 hours vvorlq eoch semester, but the bugoboo ot theses is worse thon o sword ot Dom- ocles The stocks ot the Unuversrty Ltbrory ore more used by these groduote students thon by the vvelleknovvn book worm, ond more then one good book or lmportont ortlcle hos been written by Flondo students in guest ot odvonced degrees Enrollees toke courses numbered 300 ond obove whale working tor thelr odvonced degrees, They receive more lndtvtduol core thon do ordtnory students, ond thenr tutures ore chorted out tor them by toculty odvlsers, who olso supervtse the theses, the orm cyl thc- Generol Extenston duvtston rs not to leoch o student "'l-low to Become on Educoted Mon in Ten Eosy Lessons dt Home " Desrgned for persons expectrng to go to college ot some time, tor students who hove lett college temporortly, tor 'eochers vvorl mg 'ltcv odvonce rn therr proteee Sven," ond tor persons deslnng to tolce courses tor content volue only, the extension duvlston ,ltt,rs home study urtlts In 25 college tlelcls, os well os hugh school commercnol, ond specrol 'QUIJVBQS Qnly Olltf'-lffIlVll'l ot the credits needed lor groduotron trcm the Uneversnty ot Flortdo or Flqndo Stott, College for Women con he eorned by el-tensron, but teochers ore llI3l'lIlll- led tn tole courscs thot vvlll enoble them lry t-,nch oddfrrl 'tl,IblCClS fl lorgr nnrnhfgr ot Untverslty toculty rnern- ltr' cflupurote Ill thus home study plon by gnlng the U"'wlQlIl'l'Iti'lllS ond tests ond grodtng pfltltrs oll ld rnol llwfllrlefel lay llvrtn ll C ltllley llt' Cl ltfflll' nlllrlt 'frtcl' nut llllllflftfflt of tltoueonds ol K J Y ,,3- ,, llfl lv trtnlpltlfetg, or-fl fltltfrr crlnfrtttczndl turtl- ll r' "'l'1l'l :filly ttnfl otltfrs lla stu'l,-nt', the 'll"'llllllIl, tn gnln port of o rnlltlgfl f-rlnrn trnn yxhfin "lVfl1Ilt'llGtlff'H do not perrnlt thetr lf lflf'rl"r nrt lltr' t'flllllvll', DEAN B. C RILEY C X .rt K t . VMS., ,,, ' " J1'p?3fs' 4'l.'1- '7 ' 1M5'fM?'. -I' 'v"1f-'T-"V MM PM ,vw ., .ALJ -W, www,- f if 'u " "f7 ' S 'lu :-UQ, HL. " 'T . '--vf Y Cin. "- "'i??ir-. ' "riff . N "va WJ- .. . 1.1, . . ,agkiw -Exif., x . "X Q . " Q 1 n - ,,gf-y , , , Q 5 vj- nf ,MAI 1-gd fx , 15, gy , H 'A' " fi ' . X - ,jfs , 9 Z JM. , RJ.. WV QU-5' ,x -W ygiffm, ' N 45' Nur lu x ,fp QQ' . L 71 , ' 1? if 1, W ' f " S' ' 'Nw Q , " f x .M H if rm-Arm y , , L rgwrh ti wif L, 1 L W ,4 .x VV, ,K ni 1 , X M, 5 f , RX Q, A w i f ' 4 A , E Q -' R: ., -5 .1-,Al , f, W 5. A me r Q ' w 2 -w. A -- V ' ' " 'W f ' X x I f' ' is Q 1 ' 5 L , JQ X- 14 " I Y -wif' Qg . .um fig ' ' , '.L",g'2?' 5 , ' 22231 ' ""'lf' k 'C 'Qr,f'b '. 'Q' 1. . ,, 'J' ..,, ' - qc-T'5'v. -1 228 14.4, Q. . . 1- N- , . V ,. V .X HM. , Z, . 1 V ,,, -1 - Faq 5.1, .591--. V.. , ..-4,7 - V mi Qtr , VN, fx - 1:-f..,, 545, A ' J L7g"" ' 4 sas' 1 91,-JR 'ff A f,,e.,f-'Agn , -,mix ,oi 1 ,.., . - .4'.,uff,.1.5 I ,. Syn 33642:-if , - 3 ,. .wg -hw win . ,Eg . ,Qin " ' IT S-wfg,A , 42,53 Q-1: A .+ , u5,"'1 'N '-.f ' ff, ' -:gs 'n "f , ,M ,-.4-,V . fr 4? 1' ,thi , PHI BETH HHPPH 'Q 'las 'Q' in H GUNTER H. GEIGER E HOGUE O. HAUPTMANN E BRAZELL M HAIMOWITZ W. LEVIS S. ROTI-lSTEiN E CASHWELI. C HASTINGS H. PATTERSON N. TAPPEN Goal ot every arts and sciences student is the right to Wear a little spade shaped key when he leaves this campus. Phi Beta Kappa is the "than which there is no higher" at the University and rightly so. Admission to this highly exclusive fraternity is gained only after seven semesters ot high ranking scholarship and proven ability to learn. The old cartoonist's version ol a Phi Beta man being of the genus book- worm is usually false, because when Florida chapter gets around to electing members, among the new men are usually several student body olticers and campus leaders. Particular about its associates, Phi Beta Kappa is the summit ol achieve- ment tor students in the college ot arts and sciences. DB. I. M. LEAKE ..., DB. C. P. LYONS ..., DB. M. I. DAUEB.. .. DB. H. L. KNOWLES. .. DB. P. D. WILLIAMS .... . . . . .President V ice-President . . . .Secretary . . .Treasurer . . . .Historian PHI HHPPH PHI ,mi 7, X X Brnnncker Broketueld Bressler Crutchtueld Doone Dexter Eutsler Hoyslip l-leltzrnon l-lennington Hogue, R. Locke McConnell M-:Dermon Nolo Rondoll Rotlutt Roberts Rood Toppen Tolbert Vrdol orricans ' PROP. l-l. P. CONSTANS .... ..... P resident DR. A. L. Sl-IEALY ..... . . .Vice-President PROP. A. C. MORRIS... ..... Secretary PROP. P. O. YEATON ................. Treasurer MR. HAROLD RIKER ...... Iournal Correspondent According recognition tor scholastic achieve- ment to seniors in every department ot the Univer- sity, Phi Kappa Phi brings together the best scholars from agriculture and pharmacy, trorn H WW Brown Fleming I-logue, E Potterson Rothstein Wonrnon aku 6 X ri ll vqxNN'5 7' i 57 Q P fs me Q? K .bfi fr Rnclio Coshwell Gregory I-lotrnowut: Hastings Ingley tloplon Levin Peeples Perry Phipps Schetbler Stewort Swoope Weidler Young chemistry and architecture, from law and engi- neering. Not satistied to rest on its laurels as a mutual admiration society, Phi Kappa Phi annually awards graduate scholarships to several ot its members. A Phi Kappa Phi is a Greek Letter society, but unlike most refuses to be secret about the Whole thing, Initiation is open to the public, since mem- bers teel that their pledges are something to be proud ot, not to be hidden in some dark room. N0 1: I . .. r V f r .tn ., . yy, -M if ,vig S51-I' 625'-.f"'if:' 5.-A 5 U. . Carry Bingham Dunfon McDade Moron wlllllw S l Q Q PHI Elll Sllllllll 1---1 luv'-"" Balt Karnrnskn Achenbach Alexander Aronovrtz, A. Aronovitz, N. Bornsteln Brown Broyles Childs Daniels Davis Floyd Hayes Khouri Kung, L King, W B. Knowles Mahoney Martin, E. Martln, W, B, Martin, W R Merchant Merrun Montenegro Mugge Nell Parker Simms Slater Stovall Threadgull Todd Trnolett OFFICERS BILL COBBY , . . ....,... President BEBNABD KAMINSKI ...... Secretary IACK BOLT .......... Vice-President LOUIS O. TBAPP .......... Treasurer Phi Eta Sigma, freshman honorary scholastic fraternity, Was founded on the University of Florida campus lanuary ll, 1930, through the efforts of Dean B. C. Beaty. Membership in Phi Eta Sigma is based solely on the attainment of a 3.5 honor point average during the freshman year. Active membership extends for one year after initiation. The principal purpose of Phi Eta Sigma on the campus is to bring together the members of the freshman class who have shown high scholastic ability. The organization had joint banquets with Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Kappa Phi, and Blue Key. lt also sponsored a Freshman Assembly address, featuring Walter "Bed" Barber, nationally-famous sports announcer and alumnus of the Florida Chapter of Phi Eta Sigma. Dean Beaty was Phi Eta Sigma's first faculty advisor. Dean I. Ed Price now serves in that capacity. my 'Q SEHIUH LHW CLHSS UFFICEHS PRESIDENT ALBERT GRAESSLE JUHIUR LHW VICE-PRESIDENT SECRETARY-TREASURER RUSSELL CLIMMI NGS PAUL SAWYER CLHSS UFFICEHS EQ.- 0-JV -mf' PRESIDENT VICE-PRESIDENT SECRETARY-TREASURER ERNEST ATKIN JOHN RUEF GRAY RAMSAUR FHESHWEH LHW ULHSS UTFIBEHS Qin 1 """'-'Q NLv PRESIDENT VICE-PRESIDENT SECRETARY-TREASURER FRANK SMOAT' JAMES PEPPER BENNETT BRGWNLEE EGGERT BLATT, GERTSON L LB. TECD Miami CASEY, ROBERT L. BA, LLB, me Miami Secretary -Treasurer Freshman Law Class '39, L'Apache, Colonels, John Marshall Law Society. CHRISTOPHER, ROY , LLB. i zx Mt. Dora DODD, JULIUS BLACK LLB. ZAE St. Augustine Treasurer Phi Delta Phi, President, Vice-President, Secretary Sigma Alpha Epsilon. FOSTER, HAMILTON SHAW LLB. Miami Debate Council, Arts and Sciences Rep. '32, Lyceum Council '32, Sec'y-Treas. Junior Class '32, Soph. Ex- ecutive Com, '3l, Varsity Boxing, Manager's Letter '32, Freshman Boxing, Manager's Numerals '3l, ln- tramural Board Boxing Manager's Letter '32, Asso- ciate Ed. Florida Review '32, Seminole Business Stott '30-'32, Assistant Bus. Mgr. Seminole '32, Blue Key, Varsity Debating, tour years, Freshman Debating '30, Campus Intramural Championship Debate team '3I, Charter Member Florida Players, "F" Club, Alpha Phi Epsilon, Forensic I-lonorory Fraternity, Regimen- tal Statt Captain ROTC. '39, YMCA Cabinet, Farr Literary Society '29-'32, Board ot Directors Cooper- ative Living Organization '4l, Board at Governors Young Democrats '40, Secretary Liberal Party '32, Wesley Foundation. GATES, FRANCIS COLEMAN LLB. Manatee B. A. Southern College, Phi Alpha Delta. GREGORY, DONN N. LLB. ex Tampa Executive Council '38, Lyceum Council '39, Manager Varsity Debate '4I, Phi Delta Phi, Blue Key. GRIMES, WILLIAM CALEB BA, LLB. Palmetto Business Manager Seminole '37, Alligator '39, "F" Book '39, President Blue Key, President Cavaliers, Secretary Debate Club, I-listorian Phi Delta Phi, Major R.O.T.C., Who's Who, I-lall ot Fame, Young Democrats, Florida Union Board at Managers. BROWN, CHARLES RIDGELY PUE LLB. Orlando Executive Council '4I, Secretary-Treasurer Junior haw Class '40, Florida Review '40, Historian Phi Delta I. CHAPMAN, ROBERT SINGLETON L LB. wKT Raitord Bacchus, White Friars, Advanced ROTC., Phi AI- pha Delta, B S BA. CUMMINGS, RUSSELL W. BSBA., LLB. St, Augustine Vice-President Freshman Law, Vice-President Senior Law, Football Numeral '35, Phi Delta Phi, Newman Club. DREW, HORACE RAINSFORD, JR. LLB. ZAE Jacksonville Colonels, FRATES, WILLIAM S. B.s.B.A,, LLB. GJKT Miami Track '37, President Phi Kappa Tau '39, "F" Club, Young Men's Democrats, John Marshall Club, Pres- ident White Friars '38, Treasurer Gator Party. GRAESSLE, ALBERT WILLIAM LLB. emo Jacksonville President Freshman Class '36, Executive Council '38, President Colonels '4I, President Senior Law '4l, Ca- valiers, Young Men's Democratic Club, Phi Delta Phi. GRIGSBY, JOSEPH KEITH LLB. AZCD Orlando Executive Council '37, Business Manager Alligator '4I, Seminole '36, Blue Key, Phi Delta Phi, Kappa Phi Kappa, Colonels, President Delta Sigma Phi '38, Chairman Democratic League '37, Debate Club, ln- tertraternity Conference '40, HYATT, CHAUNCEY K. LLB. OX Tampa Delta Sigma Pi, Florida Players, President Tampa Gator Club, Glee Club, Cavaliers, International Re- lations Club. ' .1 --rt Z ts f- V 2,,1K.s,t ,Qtf,5sS,w, ggpgs -,iff + 11 ws ! . 212 .... , ,. ...., 2, ,W i ,, V ,. c , ,,,,g,,,JT , Y-,,2f,s.,,,, ,, f HY, f , WL N ,fl -4 l 15 M .. .I . I fi' JN' I JACOBS, ERNEST J. LLB. Jacksonville John Marshall Society. JORDAN, ARTHUR WILLIAM, JR. LL B. nKA Clearwater Band '33-'35, Business Manager Glee Club '37, Glee Club '34-'37, Pirates, Bacchus, Colonels, KURTZ, HENRY E. B. LLB. me Miami Phu Delta Phu, Debate Club. McCAULEY, BISHOP L LB, Jacksonville Phu Delta Phi, Phu Kappa Phu, Phu Eta Sigma, Inter- national Relations Club MOWRY, ROSS E. LL B. ex Gainesville Board of Student Publications, Phu Delta Phu, Cluair- man Mulutary Ball Committee Sabres, lnterfrater- nity Conference, Seminole, "F" Book, Florida College Farmer. ROOD, ED B S B A , L LB. ZAE Bradenton Business Manager Alligator '39, President Student Body '-l0, President Florida Student Government As- sociation '40, Secretary-Treasurer Sophomore Class '37, Swimming '37-'-l0, Alligator '35-'39, Seminole '36-'38, Blue Key, Phu Delta Phu, "F" Club, Debate Club, Sabres, Phu Kappa Phu, Lieutenant Colonel ROTC. THACKER, LOIS ELLEN L LB. new Kissimmee WELCH, ERNEST WENDELL LL.B. Marianna Pluu fXlplIO D6llO. WILLIAMS, JULIAN L. LLB, Ain Callahan Honor Court '37, Seminole '37-'39, Associate Editor "F" Book '37, Blue Key, Phu Delta Phu, Colonels, lnterfraternuty Coruference, Kappa Phi Kappa, Los Pucaros De Quevedo JOHNSON, WM. ARNOLD LLB. Lake Worth Phu Alpha Delta, KIMBALL, WM. L., JR. B.s,B.A., LLB. Bradenton McCARTY, JOHN MOORE LLB. EIDE Fort Pierce Executive Council '37, Secretary-Treasurer Student Body '38, President Student Body '4l, Football '39, Baseball '37, Basketball '38, Blue Key, Sabres, "F" Club, Colonels, White Friars, L'Apache, St, Andrew's Brotherhood. McELROY, SYLVAN, JR. LLB, EN Orlando Phi Delta Phi, L'Apache, Colonels, R.O.T.C. RICHARD, STANLEY BENTON B.S.B.A., LLB. Miami Beach Swimming '4l, Florida Players, lnternational Rela- tions Club, l-lullell Society, John Marshall Debate Society, SAWYER, PAUL EDWARD LLB. Key West WALKER, TOM B. LLB. xo Winter Haven President Athletic Council '40, Football '36-'38, Track '37, Blue Key, Phi Delta Phi, Colonels, "F" Club, Who's Who '40, Secretary-Treasurer John Marshall Society. WHITTLE, CHESTER E. LLB. Am Sarasota Delta Sigma Pi, Cavaliers, Propellor Club, Commerce Club, International Relations Club. WILSON, JAMES YOUNG LLB. num Lake City l-lonor Court '4l, Vice-President Junior Law Class '40, Colonels, L'Apache, Chairman Board of Directors Young Democrats '4l, Scabbard and Blade, Officers Reserve Corps, Phi Alpha Delta. 1 J' ' 'W' i BEDELL, NATHAN time Jacksonville BOYD, CHARLES THOMAS, JR. nKA Jacksonville DEWELL, MARY FRANCES Haines City EHRLICH, RAYMOND nfim Crescent City FROMME, HARRY F., JR. SAE Jacksonville GEIGER, JOSEPH LEE Lake Butler LEAVENGOOD, CHARLES RICHARD ATQ St. Petersburg LEMAN, WILLIAM MANN ING Jacksonville MCGAHEY, BEN CHARLES SAE Miami MALONEY, FRANK EDWARD Miami POOSER, FRANK MARION I-lowey PORT, JOHN CLYDE KZ Fort Lauderdale RUSH, FLETCHER GRAY, JR. ATS2 Orlando SCHUPLER, MOE TE41 West Palm Beach DEWELL, JOHN H. KA Haines City EMMANUEL, PATRICK G. Pensacola GRIFFITH, WILLIAM BRYAN St, Petersburg LORISH, HENRY HALLMAN xo Hot Springs National Park, Arkan NELSON, E. JACK Lantana RAMSAUR, GRAY C. xa- Jacksonville WATKINS, JOHN B. zx Gainesville YONGE, PHILIP K. KA Pensacola , -,, -W Q ARONOVITZ, SIDNEY M. nm Key West BRACKETT, ALAN FORBES ATQ West Palm Beach BRYANT, FRANK ELIHU, JR ZN Coral Gables BUCK, DONALD E. St, Auaustlne CONKLING, VIRGIL B. Tltosvllle CYPEN, IRVING nm St Petersburg DEXTER, WORTH, JR. Galnesvllle EDWARDS, HARRY PHILIP Boston, Mass, ERVIN, ROBERT MARVIN Tallahassee FRINK, RUSSELL L., JR. HKA Jacksonville GAY, WILLIAM W., JR. St, Petersburg GUY, HENRY ASTON l-lambton HOFFMAN, WILLIAM F. Pensacola JORDAN, PEYTON T., JR. ix Tampa LANCASTER, OLLIE, JR. nKA Daytona Beach LESTER, M. IGNATIUS Key West' J :A li'fs'.'."'L l - 15 M 3. ti, ...nv I BRADLEY, FRANCIS MacLEOD Bradenton CARTER, FRANCIS HUNTER Tallahassee DANDELAKE, GEO. WALTER FRANCIS Jacksonville EGGART, ROBERT BROWNLEE Pensacola FUCHS, BERNARD C. nm St. Petersburg HAY, GEORGE TABER ZAE Gainesville KATZ, ERNEST I. Sr. Petersburg McCULLER, LOUIS PHILLIP ZAE Sanford E MCRAE, wiLLiAM L. ATQ Clwiplev MADIGAN, JOHN A., JR. nKA Miami MILLIGAN, JOHN S., JR. ZAE Ormond Beach MILLS, E. RICHARD :me Orlando MURPHY, WILLIAM M., JR. HKA Grlando PEACOCK, C. HARVEY Jacksonville SIMPSON, CLYDE W. l'IKA Jacksonville SMOAK, D. FRANK GJKT Punta Gorda STRYKER, FRANK PERKINS KZ Gainesville THACKER, CLARENCE LEWIS Kissimmee TYLANDER, ROBERT DARWIN nm Fort Pierce WAKEFIELD, THOMAS HAVENS ZN Miami WEST, SIDNEY DUNCAN, JR. Ocoee WICKER, IDUS QUENTIN rim Miami WILLENZIK, OSCAR SAMUEL Pensacola 'SML , Sw' ?"' . 3' I X MANLEY, WALTER WILSON Qui: Irv MORRIS, JOHN EDWARD, JR. wma Farr Lauderdale SAXE, ALFRED J. AY Gainesville STOKES, SHERWOOD L. l-laines City THOMPSON, FORD LESLIE awe Tallahassee WEIGEL, FARRIS D, AZID Jacksonville WIGGINS, ELDON GAYNOR TIKA Orlando in , '.v4 ,--A ' -ff. : ,az .s...., '.,.. i 1. " ..: r-r.' f..:4::..gf - f-f QW re-we ewe eziel , ' K, vm--1 F R S H . . A 1 ., ,Mc , , . W I ..,...--,ff Q,,i::f.,. . 3. , . if f is - I .- . I I I - .- X W .. ..... Qs A - . . 1' . 4- ' ' , - X , . ,- ' W ---f . . ,mr -, ,. 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Chattahoochee Alpha Zeta, President of Block and Bridle, CLO BAILLIE, DAVID ALBERT BS A. New Port Richey Alpha Zeta, Agriculture Club, Block and Bridle Club. BARRY, CAREY NEILSON BS. Clearwater Presbyterian Student Session-Elder, Gator Pep Club -Mgr., Honor Court 'ell, Military Ball Committee, Glee Club Business Manager. BEARDSLEY, JAMES WAYNE BSA. Clewiston Alpha Zeta, Presbyterian Student Session, Agricul- ture Club, Dantorth Fellow '40, College Christian Eouth Conference Council, Sears Roebuck Club '38- ' 9 . ' : WEL-V '3:J4IW'fZ:, I-eil,-h':..".. 'i'2E5I""f 'f-. - 1 '-" 1 :.."-,:.2:5'r4-3 ,i "..1',h?ii-ifw4s:"1Y51-'iw5,.y-evriil V' , S-. , '.1L.2Mi'.. is - 4231 gs: 5-rw 1 Wai. se ,-, , I E .- i " xv T'5LF'," ., "W 2' ' "" . ' s. f,1. '-wi. 4Z2:gs rig!! " 1' , "ji" ., ' ' ' 1 ee':f':M :R i -:v r , .,. . :-: 5- w efff--yr-xml , ssyfg--.mfr fffggz vme f ' ' -. 'f-1 ti' ki : we ff ffpr. wg, . "" ' .-1-11'-4: : ffm .. , ,. t , ': A x v- " ' ' '4 2-W." 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I'IKA Clearwater Junior lntertraternity Conterence '38, Gator Pep Club '38, YMCA, Agriculture Club. BEACH, BERNARD M. BS. Daytona Beach University ot Florida Band, Symphony Orchestra, Florida Players. BENNETT, ROBERT A. BA. Ben Tampa Board at Student Publications '+ll, Florida Alligator '37, '38, '39, Delta Sigma Pi, Fourth Estate, Presi- dent of Wilkie tor President Club, International Relations Club, Advanced Military '38-'40, Weed l-lall Vestry Treasurer '38, Chairman Finance Come mittee YMCA '39, Executive Council. g.,,.......,. A... .... . .. .... .. l I E BENTON, H. HERBERT B S B A. ex Gainesville BEST, COE M. B S B A. ix St Petersburg BINNICKER, RICHARD JOHNSON, JR. BA emo Tampa Vice-President Junior Class, '-IO, Seminole 'SB-'39, Copy Editor Seminole '39, Phi Eta Sigma, Scabbard and Blade, Advanced Military, Pirates Club, Fresh- man Group Leader '39, Dean's List 'SB-'39, Exec- utive Council '40, Senior Executive Council '4l. BLACK, JAMES ROBERTSON, JR. BA E. KZ Jacksonville Glee Club '37, International Relations Club, Peabody Cliili, Florida Review 'ESS BLOOM, HAROLD B S B A. nliw Jacksonville Beta Alpha Psi, Advanced Military, Intramural Board '19-'QB BOYLES, EUGENE HARRY BSA Live Oak Executive Council '-ll, Florida College Farmer '38-'40, Block and Bridle Club Reporter '37-'41, Alpha Zeta QB?-ll, Agriculture Club '37-'-ll, Sears Roebuck Scholarship Club '37-'39, President '38, Advanced Military, Rural Youth Conference '38, Agricultural Executive Council '4l, Swift Essay Contest Winner '40 BRADLEY, FRANCIS MocLEOD BSBA Bradenton Episcopal Student Vestry, Laymen's League Presi- dent, Advanced Military BREMER, FRED L. B A Jacksonville Pre1bt ter-an Student Session BERG, ROBERT BRADFORD B.S.B.A. . ZAE Jacksonville Freshman Group Leader, Gator Pep Club, Propellor Club, Advanced Military. BETHEA, JOHNNIE M. B SF. Sanderson Executive Council '4l, Florida Players, Tau Alpha Nu. BISHOP, M. L. B S. Aucilla Agriculture Club, Block and Bridle Club, Collegiate Ch, EF A. BLATT, GERTSON LLB., BSBA. TECD Miami Seminole, Alligator, John Marshall, Young Demo- crats. BOYLE, JOHN PATRICK BS, St. Petersburg Alpha Epsilon Delta, Newman Club. BOZORTH, CHARLES L. BAJ. Gainesville BRAKEFIELD, CHARLES MARTIAL, JR. BCE. Ocala President Sigma Tau '40-'4l, Benton Engineering Society '40-'4l, Benton Engineering Council '40-'41, American Society Civil Engineers, Florida Engineering Society-Student Member. BRESLER, EMANUEL HAROLD BS , Pensacola Secretary of American Chemical Society '4l, Gamma Sigma Epsilon. BREWER, HAROLD SIMS BS.A. Marianna Executive Council '40, President ot Agriculture Club '40, Block and Bridle Club, Collegiate F.F.A. BRYAN, LEROY CLARK BSBA. AX Archer lnterfraternity Conference, Military Ball Committee '4l. BUCHA, MIKE HENRY BAE Bridgeport, Pa. Dean's List '39, "F" Club, Barry Club, Freshman Football and Baseball '38, Varsity Football '38-'40 BUNING, WILLIAM J. 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Panama City American Society Mechanical Engineers, Benton En- gineering Society. COLEMAN, LAKE WILSON BS A. Pahakee Alpha Zeta, Agriculture Club, Block and Bridle Club, Florida Rifles, Rifle Team. CONWAY, MARVIN BARNES BSB A. nm Green Cove Springs Delta Sigma Pi, Cavaliers, lntertraternity Confer- ence 'BB COON EY, ROBERT LEWIS BS. Winter Haven COTTRELL, JENNINGS D., JR. BS ATQ Leesburg Siabbard and Blade CASTELLANO, CHARLES BME. Tampa Sigma Tau, American Society of Mechanical En gineers, Benton Engineering Society. CLARKE, JOHN LESLIE BCE. Lakeland Sigma Tau, Benton Engineering Society, American Society ot Civil Engineers. CLOWER, JOHN T. BS BA. AXA Carrabelle Baseball '38-'-IO, "F" Club. COBB, EDWIN NEWTON BEE. Leesburg Sigma Tau, American Institute Electrical Engineers Benton Engineering Society. CON DOS, WILLIAM R. BS. AFP Orlando COOK, MAX A. BA. A20 Miami President Bacchus, Junior lntertraternity Council, White Friars, Summer C.A.A. Graduate. COTTEN, JOHN HOWELL BA. KA Tallahassee P i rates. COX, ERIC E. BS. Phy. Tampa Mortar and Pestle, American Pharmacy Society, CRAFT, CHESTER LEE BS Arch, Ben Tampa Gargoyle, Florida Fine Arts Society. CROSSON, HUGH SIMPSON, JR. BIA E Jacksonville Industrial Arts Club '40, Freshman Basketball '37, Advanced Military, Dormitory Intramural Manager. CUMMINGS, EUGENE HEYWARD BA Archer Alpha Epsilon Delta, Glee Club CUSHMAN, ROBERT ARNOLD B SBA. ATA Miami Alpha Kappa Psi, Commerce Club DAVIS, ANDRES BAS. Girardat, Colombia, S, A Propellor Club, Los Picaros. DAVIS, RUSSELL S. BSBA. St, Cloud DEKLE, GEORGE WALLACE B S A, Ocala Alpha Zeta, Agriculture Club, Newell Entomological Society. DeVANT, FREDRIC C. B,S,B.A. nm Miami lon, ff seg S 5 Alpha Zeta, A MK? 2 2 ,Nw 5 ff X CROSLAND, C. EDWARD B S B A Lal eland CRUTCHFIELD, CECIL M. B SA Milton Executive Council '-ll, Alpha Zeta, Al pha. Block and Bridle, FEA, INI ES CUSHMAN, FRANKLIN R BSA ATA Miami DAANE, ADRIAN HILL B S Ben Gainesville Alpha Phi Omega, Gamma DAVIS, L. 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Fart Lauderdale Glee Club, ACS Affiliate. ELLER, PAUL JOHN BS. Chicago, lll. Football 58340, Barry Club, "F" Club. EMBRY, R. FAIN BA. KA Quincy Ielrfnnr Court Summer Session '40, Pirates. EVANS, JAMES H. BS 'BKT Orlando Football '37 DIEM, JOHN J. BS. ATA Bradenton DOW, ANDREW N., JR. BA. Jacksonville DRAPER, ROBERT SARGENT B.A. AX Miami Florida Review '41, Peabody Club, Fourth Estate Club, Sigma Delta Chi. DUVAL, HUGH F. B.I.E. Miami Phi Eta Sigma, Society tor Advancement oi Man- agement. EDWARDS, CHARLES H. B.Ch.E. Gulf Hammock Sigma Tau, Phi Eta Sigma, Gamma Sigma Epsilon, American institute Chemical Engineers. ELLIS, HARLAN R. BS. Sails Gainesville Alpha Zeta. EVANS, JAMES G. B.Ch.E. Jacksonville Benton Engineering Council, Sigma Tau, American Institute Chemical Engineers. EVANS, THOMAS N., JR. B.E.E. Jacksonville Sigma Tau, American Institute Electrical Engineers, Benton Engineering Council. Q1 I xi . Y -Ai 21 .. S' - ' - , Ai? aff, 5.5 X At ,A , santa EVERETTE, DONALD EDWARD B.A. A Tampa Secretary for Alpha Phi Omega, Vice-President Bap- tist Student Union, YMCA Cabinet, Cavaliers, Pea- body Club, Slippery Seven. FARINAS, ADRIAN VINCENT, JR. B AE Pensacola FERNANDEZ, EUSTASIO B SPA. Tampa Los Picaros. FITZPATRICK, FRANCIS H. BAE l-lomestead Industrial Arts Club, Peabody Club, Advanced Mil- itary. FLEMING, JOHN WEST BA. xo Fort Lauderdale Secretary-Treasurer Senior Class, Alligator '38, '39, President Chi Phi Fraternity, General College De- bate Sauad, Varsity Debate Key, White Friars, Bac- chus, Intramural Manager Shuffleboard Dormitory League, Pi Gamma Mu, lnterfraternity Conference, Class Executive Committee '38-'40, Gator Pep Club, Dean's List. FOLSOM, H EN RY M. BSA. Mayo Alpha Tau Alpha. FUCHS, BERNARD C. BA. nm St. Petersburg President Phi Beta Delta, Phi Eta Sigma, Board of Control Declamation Contest Winner, Varsity De- bate, lnterfraternity Conference, Advanced Military, General College Debate Manager. GALE, H. FREDERICK B.Ch.E. om Jacksonville Cavaliers, American institute Chemical Engineers, American Chemical Society, Florida Engineering So- ciety. EYRE, EVERETT A. BS. Phy. Tampa Executive Council '4l, Mortar and Pestle. FAUSTINI, JOHN BS A. Miami Alpha Zeta, Block and Bridle, Agriculture Club. FINLEY, GIBSON REYNOLDS BS. St. Petersburg Secretary-Treasurer Student Body '4l, President Sophomore Class '39, Florida Union Staft, Scabbard and Blade, Blue Key. FLANAGAN, ALVIN GEORGE B A. zx Long Beach, Calif. FLEMING, RAYMOND M. BSE. Munson FRENCH, A. LEE, JR. BSA. ZN Mount Dora Executive Council Summer '39, Business Manager Florida College Farmer '39, NES., Agriculture Club, Sears Roebuck Club. GAINES, WEAVER H. BA. nm New Smyrna Beach Secretary of Finance '40-'4l, Scabbard and Blade, Cavaliers, General Chairman Military Ball Commit- tee '4l, Executive Council '40, President Pi Kappa Phi '39, Tolbert Memorial Committee, Who's Who '40, F.F,F. Club, Bacchus, President Junior lnterfra- ternity Conference- '40, Freshman-Sophomore Ex- ecutive Council '38, GARLAND, JAMES E. B.Arch. Ben Lakeland Cadet Colonel '40, President Lyceum Council '40, President Glee Club '40, Business Manager Glee Club '39, Gargoyle, l-lall of Fame '40. - f , . '- tr- ' I-'I . ' '. " .- ' " . L f g -1 ,, ' .f - 0' sr,-.f-tw. ' 1, zz4.1-.zf- f,.,s:..s.3,., "4 it.. ..,.:.. -- iw. .A 3- ,123 ..-If 3. Q51-i-1-f,g,:1s g,:,,:.-i 'L ' Q A" ' " , 1 if-, 1 ,v .' H ""',,v.. 'r i. ' I ' ,L ' . - , 1 ' u' FW, - : 11-'SViIF:t ' fbi 'sf -7:4 ',,,.Jv..1f '51-f's"'ji..'f 't. may UW 514'-if 1 I 1 ' iwlffh- '4"f 1" '+'J'f1 413-154352 ' .-1 'L .N -1ia.f tif . -P 1-1: 1. 4. .i 1 5 f' 'tt - , 1 ' 2' ., '. 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EN Miami Beach I-lonor Court Summer Session '-IO, Scabbarcl and Blade, Propeller Club, Captain Adiutant, ROTC. GUNSON, ROBERT A. BS A, Flinson Alpha Tau Alpha, Agriculture Club, Bloclc and Briclle, Future Farmers of America. HAIMOWITZ, MORRIS BA. Miami Beach Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Kappa Phi, Phl Eta Sigma. GEIGER, HUGH s., JR. BA. Kissimmee GIBBS, WILLIAM WETMORE BCE. nKA Gainesville Bacchus, Benton Engineering Council and Society, President American Society Civil Engineers '4O. GODFREY, ELMORE M. B.S. AX Knoxville, Tenn. Forestry Club, Advanced Military. GOMEZ, MANUEL MSE. Gainesville Sigma Tau, American Society Civil Engineers, Benton Engineering Council. GREER, HOWARD WALTON B.S. Arch. Daytona Beach Freshman Baseball '36, Gargoyle, Fine Arts Society. GRUBBS, JOHN A. B.S. Perry Forestry Club. HAGGERTY, MEIGS B. B.S. Phy. Miami Mortar and Pestle, Alpha Epsilon Delta. HALE, DAVID CARNEY B.A.J. Sarasota Florida Alligator '4l, Florida Review '41, Sigma Delta Chi, Fourth Estate Club. HALE, MORRIS A. BA. Am: Tompo Coptoin ROTC., lntertroternity Conference '39, Business Stott Seminole '39, lvlilitory Editor Seminole '40, CAA Flight Progrom, White Eriorc, Elorido Rifles Club, HAMILTON, LEE M. B Ch,E, Josper Americon Institute ot Chemicol Engineers. HARTLEY, WILEY D. BSBA, Miomi Assistont Secretory ot Lobor '4l, Phi Eto Sigmo. HASTINGS, CECIL, JR. BS. AX Nossou, N, Y. HAYSLIP, NORMAN C. BSA. Sorosoto Newell Entorriolog icol Society. HEDRICK, HARRY DAVIS BS. Fy. ATS2 Winter l-loven HEITZMAN, JOSEPH BSA. Goinesville Cross Country '38, Editor Florido College Former '41, Newell Entornologicol Society, Block ond Bridle Club, Collegiote Chopter, FFA. HENDRICKS, CARL BSA. Ocolo HALLMAN, CLIF H. B I E. Joclsonyille voncement ot lvlonogerneril HANCOCK, MACK HILLIARD BS. West Polm Beoch HASENCAMP, JAMES ROBB BSB A. nKA Cleorwoter Scobbord ond Blode, l.'Apoche, Advoncecl Militory Deon's List '37-'38, Prooellor Club, Delto Sigrnci Pi HAYGOOD, JAMES DOUGLAS, JR. B S. ix Goinesville Cuommo Sigmo Epsilon. HAZELL, THEODORE E., JR. BS, Goinesville vonced Militory. HEIDT, WEBSTER B., JR. BCh,E. Donio neers, Elorido Ployers. HENDERSON, JACK MOYE BSB A. Miomi HENNINGTON, J. FLOYD BEA. Tompo President of Gorgoyle ull. 3, 1 V I ., " I n .mfgiyzgw-f H mm saw,-.,Wm:Mc,:e1,Z,.,U '1.,fr1g " . s Xt" 6-1 " C L-of-.2 1-'M' ,?'3Z'I, ,sw .iw -f Ffwffv,-'f'351Z -f" l'lt"' i'h'1 . ,,n.'.:f:.- wa:-wife: 'sefw-Wzvwgs-N J. -eifmwzf I -. -- Li M as Benton Engineering Society, Society lor tlie Nl- Symphcny Orchestro, Leigh Chemicol Society, Ad- Sigrno Tou, Americon Institute of Chemicol Engi- HIERS, CLAUDE W. B EE. ZAE Miami Benton Engineering Society Council, Chairman Amer- ican Institute ot Electrical Engineers ill. HINKLEY, DONALD M. BCE, St. Augustine American Society of Civil Engineers, Ben neering Society. HIRSHBERG, SI FRANK BS rma: Jacksonville HOGUE, EPHRAIM WALTERS BS, West Palm Beach HOOVER, GEORGE WILLIAM BS. St Petersbur ton Engi- ' Q Peabody Club, International Relations Club, Univer- sity Camera Club, American Chemical Society, Leigh Chemical Society. HORN ER, RAY DOUGLAS BAE. me St, Petersburg Peabody Club, "E" Club, Industrial Arts Club, Foot- ball '58-'-IO, Track '39 IGOU, PHILLIP N. BA. ATSZ Orlando Boxing '40-'-ll, Band '38-'39, "F" Club '40-'4I, ROTC. IRVING, ROBERT ANDREW BS, Miami HIGH, HAMILTON MAYWOOD B.Ch,E. Charleston, W. Va. American Institute of Chemical Engineers, Sigma Tau. ' HINTERMISTER, JOHN H., Ill BS. nKA Sanford HITCHCOCK, PAUL R. B.A,E. Apopka Vice-President Senior Class '4I. HOGUE, RAYMOND M. BS. ATS? Orlando Honor Court '39, Phi Eta Sigma, Cavaliers, Glee Club '39, Scabbard and Blade. HOPKINS, ALAN YORK B,A.J. nm Daytona Beach Alligator. HULLINGER, HALLETT G. BS. Bradenton INGLEY, HERBERT ARTHUR B.S.B.A. Orlando Beta Gamma Sigma, Beta Alpha Psi, Delta Sigma Pi, Scabbard and Blade. ISTED, R. EUGENE BSBA. ATS? Eustis Scabbard and Blade, Beta Alpha Psi. IVEY, JAMES FREDERICK B.S Phy. ATS2 Orlando Mortar and Pestle. JENKINS, LEWIS WILLIAM BME. Panama City President Benton Engineering Society '4l, Treasurer American Society tor Mechanical Engineers '40, Benton Engineering Society Council. JOHNSON, ROBERT E. BAE. St. Augustine JOHNSTON, WILLIAM HAYMOND BS, KA Tampa Glee Club. JONES, KENDALL R. BS. Archer Forestry Club, Advanced Military. JOURDAN, JOHN WILLIAM, JR. B.S.B.A, ATA Orlando Transfer from "The University ot the South." KATZ, ERNEST I. BA. St. Petersburg Summer Alligator '38-'39, General College Debat- ing '37, Varsity Debating '40, Band '36-'38, Director of University of Florida Seminole Orchestra '3B. KELMON, RALPH MICHAEL, II B.StB.A. Tuscarora, Penna. Barry Club, Football, "F" Club. 1 JACKSON, HARRY P. BA E. Jupiter Executive Council '40, l-lonar Court '4-l, Cavaliers, Board ot Managers tor Florida Union, Executive Committee General College. JOHNSON, JOHN M. BS. AFP Gainesville Track '35, Sigma Delta Psi, American Society of Agricultural Engineers-President, "F" Club, Agri- cultural Club, Fine Arts Society, Florida Players. JOHNSON, KARL O., JR. B.Ch.E. Miami American Institute ot Chemical Engineers, American Chemical Society. JONES, A. DARBY BS M.E. emo Gainesville Sigma Tau, Secretary American Society ot Mechan- ical Engineers, President Phi Delta Theta, Florida Engineering Society, lntertraternity Conference, ln- tramural Boxing Champion '38 JONES, WALTER WOODROW B.S.B.A. Lakeland Executive Council '40, l-lonor Court Summer '39, Alpha Kappa Psi, Kappa Delta Pi, Monitor '40, Graduate Assistant '4l. KAPLAN, SHERMAN R. AS. mio Miami Beach President Alpha Epsilon Delta, Vice-President Phi Eta Sigma, General College Debating, Varsity Ten- nis, Advanced R.O.T.C., Vice-President Phi Beta Delta. KELLY, FRANK A. BA. Miami Beach Gator Pep Club, Scabbard and Blade, Newman Club. KENNEDY, ALPHEUS T. ' BS. EN Lakeland White Friars. E .. td .. . A .. ,. . it . . "' F tfi Aw. 164, S Ax x , r x 6 f Q c 1 f , ' M t i f. 1 -.f'.Hj'1:i ,':eL-"vi 1-1 1 e Qs S .P 1 v S' I rg' nm 'Ur 1-e' 5' 4, ff , A of i A 1 is , , t W c 'ff 4 t tf' tm? X A , 'f v, fzfpitifwafzfsiit., My Zi Q , gain I ft X, S M , Y 5+ gn egg -K ff x 4365 flfy 7 T fn og.. 4 f a ei, , . ww s ,J 'ff i fu f i f: 'W tfwti SIC ' ,WWW 'Qt ig 95 'Qui L 1' X442 EJQQQGZ ij?-f xx , g Zi? ,L 44 4 .. f lt , Q y f , X, s T s V . 1 -- X f Y ff 2: 4 f fs ' A fe 1 , 3 r w 4 v Q if A 1- x 1 X - f, '- :gm 'ff ' ' 4 " stuff ..-s 5 ' 'ft' e ' ' r Wx ,W Y f wx ' 3 . . , . V. 4 s...g,.,5 , xx, ,Q 1 4 -I -.I KING, DAVID WILKES B E E. . Jacksonville Benton Engineering Cauncll. KOCH, THEODORE FREDERICK MS Eng ATQ Chicago, lll Sigma Tau KURTZ, ROBERT EDWARD BA, mme Miami LEE, FRANK A. BS. Gainesville Newell Entomological Society Secretary-Treasurer, A S A E LEVIN, IRA ELIOT B S BA. West Palm Beach LINDSEY, LELIAS BURNELL BSA. Azria Alachua LITSCHGI, ALBERT BYRNE BSBA. ZAE , Tampa Presdent Senior Class, Phi Eta Sigma, Vice-Presie dent Alpha Kappa Psi, Treasurer Sigma Alpha Epsi- lon, Vice-President Florida Student Government Assce ciation, Executive Council '39-'40, Florida Blue Kev, VVho's Who in American Universities and Colleges, Advanced Military-Capta.n, Corp. Staff, Scabbara and Blade, Military Ball Committee '40, Intramural Board, Secretary-Treasurer lnterlraternity Canter- ence '4l, Business Manager Florida Players '39, Pres- ident Tampa Club "IO, Bacchus, Dean's List. LOGAN, D. B. B S B A St Petersburg KIRBY, GERALD G. B.S.B.A. ZAE Jacksonville Pirates KOLEDA, PETER BS BA. Red Bank, N. J. LEE, CHARLES LEONARD BA. ATQ St. Petersburg LEE, STEPHEN P., JR. BSBA. KE Miami LEVIS, WILLIAM WALTER BS. Ocala Gamma'Sigma Epsilon. LITHERLAND, ALLYN CAPRON BS. Gainesville Glee Club '37-'40, Band '37-'38, Peabcdy Club '40 LOCKE, RAYMOND COOPER BEE, St. Petersburg Phi Eta Sigma, A,l.E.E. LONEY, SAMUEL L., JR. BA. Am Tampa Advanced Military, Varsity Boxing Manager '4l, Junior Class Executive Committee, WRLJE Staff An- FIOLIFICGT. , .. 4 L-'.:: , , 4 . . ,,4.4. I I . .. - ,,',,-M491 .,uj,.:,,' -. ' - , . ' . , ' 3 , Y' - 'H -' icgy - llmifi. ...f 12. f r, ' I .i , A ' ji -0 .Q jqf. I i - - ' 4 ' 0. if, .VII , 1' 4 ' 1 1 L LOWERY, ALBERT CLANTON B AE l-lialeah McCLELLAN, JOHN B. BS. nKA Jacksonville McDERMON, WALTER BM E. Jacksonville Sigma Tau, American Society at Mechanical En- gineers, Benton Engineering Society, Gator Pep Club. McKEE, ROBERT BRUCE B S. ZQDE West Palm Beach White Friars. MCPHERSON, CHARLES DENVER B.S.B.A. Quincy President at Alpha Kappa Psi, President F.B.T.U '37, Propellor Club, Young Democrats Club, -Baptist Student Council '37, Executive Council. MANLEY WALTER WILSON B.S.B.A. Quincy Freshman Council '38, l-lonor Court Summer Session '39, Executive Council '39, Chairman ot Elections '39, Chairman of Finance Committee General Col- lege Dance '3B, Vice-President Young Democrats '-IO, Treasurer Cavaliers '-ll, Member at Boardeblon- Fraternity "F" Party, Florida Rifles, Piston Team '38, Chairman By-Laws Committee Summer Session '39, Advanced ROTC., Gator Pep Club, Monitor Dorms '4l, Chariman Loan Committee Regular Uni- versity ot Florida Students Summer Session '39, Military Ball Bid Committee '4l, Charter Member "Round Table Politics." MARTIN, RALPH H. B.S.P.A. Wildwood l-lonar Court from Bus. Ad. '40, Business Manager Florida Review '4l, Assistant Business Manager Sem- inole '38, Seminole Business Stott '3B-'4l, Cavaliers, Propellor Club, Beta Alpha Psi, Gator Pep Club, Debate Club, Young Democrats '37-'4l. MATHEWS, WM. F. BS. Phy Winter Garden Mortar and Pestle. Y IE- i MCCLELLAN, EVERETT R. BS M!llTlltTt'lltYl MCCLELLAN, LOUIE E. BS lvlonlicellci Mortar and Pestle MCGLYNN, THOS. F. B l S. Tampa Society tar Advancement of Management, Benton Engineering Society, Benton Engineering Council. McLEOD, WILLIAM H. B S Jasper Mortar and Pestle McicKINTOSH, JOHN H., JR. B S B A ex Jacksonville MARTIN, EDWARD GAY, JR. B A E Tampa Piesident Peabody Club '4Of'4l, Industrial Ails Clulw MASSEY, GEORGE HAROLD B S FIKA Quincy Scabbard and Blade MEADS, WILLIAM J. BA Jacksonville .'-t ii4.4v 'S J , J X s , , ,WHXJ 2 ',,, uf, K Q Y f ,f jr 1 fl wb? ff 4 ffidfl yi" , ,J Vfffff ,U f'. QM.. ,. . 1 3, ws if 1 Qs? B if' 1 if ff QM f f ff -:...mf1' 1,-.wg-.4-, gggsisea,-.3 if of ,Qsltljffyf ' , 'Mt wfg?Q'ZN ff 3" f, X , , " f CSV 22 ft? Q30 " if WV. ' 5 W7 , Ha, 414 "' 414 4, ' ' -mg. . f, . 5.1. '- f N i ' f " i. f 1 4 Y if Q , W ,, '- ,- ly, in W . 0 MENDELSON, HAROLD DAVID BS B A rem Tallahassee Seminole Stott '57-'SS MIKELL, CHARLES O. BSB A. EIDE DeLand Alligator '38, Gator Pep Club, FFF, Club, Florida Band, Alpha Kappa Psi, Propellor Club MOORE, HOLMES B. BSB A. Jacksonville Executive Council Summer '40, Florida Review 'LII MORRISON, WM. STEWART B S, Pensacola I-lc-nor Court '4l, Track Manager '38-'40, Gargoyle, Fine Arts Society, F F F. Club, Gator Pep Club, "F" Club. MORTON, ROBERT B. B,Ch.E. Fort Lauderdale Sigma Tau, American Institute of Chemical En- gineers, Benton Engineering Society. NEGUS, WILLIS RAY BS. AFP Fort Pierce Thyrsus, Newell Entomological Society. NOLA, LOUIS BSB A. Perry Executive Council '4l, Secretary-Treasurer Junior Class '40, Scabbard and Blade, Beta Alpha Psi, Beta Gamma Sigma, Alpha Kappa Psi, Phi Eta Sigma, Cavaliers-Board at Governors, Sophomore Executive Council '39, Senior Class Committee '4l. OSTNER, CHARLES FREDERIC BA, ATA Jacksonville Florida Review '37-'-I0-Assistant Advertising Man- ager, Circulation Manager, Bacchus '38, Dean's List '38, Freshman Group Leader '39, Glee Club '37-'39, Iriterfraternity Conference '39-'eII, Scabbard and Blade, Military Ball Committee '4l, Advanced Mili- tary, President Delta Tau Delta '4l. MERRILL, GEORGE BATES, JR. BS. GX Gainesville Presbyterian Student Session, Alpha Phi Omega, Mortar and Pestle, Band '36-'38, Orchestra '36-'37, Advanced Military. MITCHELL, JAMES S. BSBA. ATA Tampa Alligator '38-'40, Review 'ell MOORE, JOSEPH CALHOUN, JR. BSBA. nKA Clearwater Beta Alpha Psi, Delta Sigma Pi, Scabbard and Blade, L'Apache, Dean's List, Advanced Military. MORSE, JULIAN DeMOSSE BAE Gainesville Peabody Club. NEBI, Y. ZIYA BS. Guneykoy, Turkey Turkey Society at Young Architects, Board of Yucel Publishing Institute, Istanbul. NELSON, GORDON S. BSBA. Lady Lake NORMAN, J. WILLIAM BA. Gainesville Secretary-Treasurer Student Body Summer '40, Ex- ecutive Council '4l, Who's Who in American Col- leges and Universities '40, President of Baptist Bro- therhood '4l, President Phi Eta Sigma '40, President ot Roosevelt Again Club '40, Treasurer Baptist Stu- dent Union, President Gator Bible Class, Assistant Editor "F" Book, Young Democrats, Slippery Seven, Duck Club, International Relations Club. OVERMAN, WILLIAM JOSEPH BS. mm Bagdad X 1 1 1 11 1 -l 1 2 PACE, JOHNSON H. B.A. xan Miami Florida Alligator '38-'-IO, Florida Review '36-'40, "F" Book '40, YMCA Council, Bacchus, F.F.F. Club, Varsity Debating, Gator Pep Club, President Episco- pal Student Vestry, Colonels. PARKER, CHARLES LEE BA. I'lKfD Miami University of Florida Band '38, University of Florida Glee Club '-ID. PARRISH, RALPH BERNARD BSB A. IN Titusville Pirates, Scabbard and Blade. PATTERSON, HUGH THOMAS BSA. Gainesville Gamma Sigma Epsilon, Presbyterian Student Session, Phi Eta Sigma. PERRY, FRANKLIN STANTON BSA. Cocoa Treasurer Alpha Zeta, Block and Bridle. PHILLIPS, HICKS RAYMOND BA. Lakeland Phi Kappa Phi. PLUMMER, M. c. B.S.B.A. Homestead PROCTOR, SAM BA. Jacksonville Alligator '38, Florida Review '37, Seminole '37, Pea- body Club-Vice-President, International Relations Club, Fourth Estate, Dean's List '39 PADDOCK, FRED NORRIS BS. KZ West Palm Beach Scabbard and Blade, Leigh Chemical Society. PARNELL, SIDNEY BRANDON BA, AXA Punta Gorda Football '38-'4ll, "F" Club, Forestry Club, Junior Deacon Member. PARTRIDGE, PAUL W., JR. BA. KZ Jacksonville Florida Players, Radio Guild, English Club, Stall Or- ange and Blue Administration Bulletin, Treasurer Kappa Sigma '-IO-'-ll. PEEPLES, RUSSELL CONE B S A. EN Tavares Honor Court '40, Phi Eta Sigma, Scabbard and Blade, Alpha Zeta, Newell Entomological Society, Agri- cultural Club, Junior Class Executive Committee, lgflorggtor, Advanced ROTC., Florida College Farmer ta . PETERS, JOHN O. BS. Phy. Winter l-laven Mortar and Pestle, PHILLIPS, LLOYD M. BSB A, Clearwater Delta Sigma Pi, Glee Club, Florida Players. PRITCHARD, AUSTIN E. BSB A. Plant City University at Florida Band '35-'40, University of Florida Symphony Orchestra '36 PU LLIAM, THOMAS P. BSA. Madison 'lf AWS Slggwwsf wifmig f an wwf' MW42 ,fQ,v,2fezEf'-hu, W,-, ,,5?'4,eQ'+,,W,5,,,,,,sgH Ez: -1 5' : . .' . - - , , 5 ., 1 4,159 ,,. .vi . ., ,,,,,,,, ..: 4 ,, , ,.w'...14:.-,": r U.:-5 . ...f,.xg::2?v'I1, .1.1:1-,.,g,Q'f..' 1,.f1'- .v"-.zfwp 5-K5"'22f" '9-'fr' -. - . .V , . - , W, g , , , ,J V - ' V, f.fi5,.,:,fgp ..ww , -f H me ,, , .y,,.gr-sez...-,Meiner-!ffps-.ew . - - " - r ' . '- . , ' .. . 1 -'-" . ummnmx. PURVIS, THEODORE B., JR. B S AFP Long Beach, Calif, Fl rda College Farmer '40, Agricultural Club RAMAGE, VIRGIL LANIER B S E Titusville RANDOLPH, JOHN F. BA. IN Pass-A-Grille Baichus, Pirates, Radio Guild, Alligator, Florida Review, Executive Council Summer '38, Advanced Military, REED, WILLIAM WOODWORTH, JR. BA, ZAE Jacksonville Snxxrnrning '-IO, "F" Club, L'Apache, Secretary '4l, Scabbord and Blade, Captain Advanced ROTC, Propellor Club, Young Democrats, REGA, WILLIAM JOHN BA J. nKA Binghampton, N Y. Lyceum Council '4l, Alligator 'BB-'4l, Seminole BB- -ll, Florida Pevievv '39-'4l, Florida Players, Cavaliers, Sigma Delta Chi, Fourth Estate, REMINGTON, RICHARD MATHEWS BSA Orlando lilo,-.tell Entomological Society, Secretary NES. '39, Agricultural Club, Thyrsus, Fighting Gator Band, Manager Band '-ll RHYAN, RALPH K. B E E Wauclwula American Institute of Electrical Engineers, Benton Fiigineering Society ROBBINS, LEONARD B A TEIII Fort Lauderdale RAGLAND, ROBERT BARCLAY BS. KA Jacksonville RANDALL, BURR J., JR. BSB A. ZAE Clearwater Treasurer Beta Alpha Psi, Treasurer L'Apache, Chair- man Senior lnvitations Committee, Gator Pep Club, Dean's List '37-'40, RATLIFF, EUGENE F. BSBA. Jasper I-lonor Court '4l, President Beta Alpha Psi, Pi Gamma Mu, Young Democrats, Senior Invitations Committee, Dean's List '38-'39 REESE, LEONARD LEE, JR. BSBA. Miami Alpha Kappa Psi, Scabbard and Blade, Board of Governors Cavaliers, Business Manager Symphony Orchestra '40-'4l, International Relotions Club, Military Ball Committee '4l. REMILLET, JOHN JOSEPH, JR. BAJ. me New Britain, Connecticut Football, WRUF '4l, Treasurer of Sigma Delta Chi, R O T C.-Advanced. REVELL, WALLACE CULVER BSA. Bristol Alpha Tau Alpha, RICE, KENNETH LITTLEWOOD B.S.B.C. AX West Palm Beach lntertraternity Conference, Fine Arts Society, BSU, FFF, Club, International Relations Club, YMCA, Chapter Luminary ot Delta Chi. ROBERTS, ROBERT ARTHUR BME. QKT Daytona Beach Benton Engineering Council, American Society of Mechanical Engineers. ROBERTS, WILLMAR KROM BSE E. Jacksonville ROBINSON, NOEL BS. Williston ROOKS, MARVIN W. BA. Gainesville RUMPH, CARNOT EARL BAE High Springs Alpha Tau Alpha, Block and Bridle Club, F FA SAWYER, PAUL EDWARD Ll. B., BSBA. Key West Seiretary-Treasurer Senior Law Class '4l, Phi Delta Phi SCHEIBLER, JEANNE LOUISE BS. Phy. X52 Miami Mortar and Pestle, Rho Chi, Kappa Epsilon SEABROOK, EDWIN L. B.S.A. Jupiter Newell Entomological Society, Alpha Zeta. SIMARD, N. OLIVER, JR. BAE. ame St, Petersburg Athletic Council '4l, Scabbard and Blade, Swimming '38-'40, "F" Club. S Agricultural C Delta Sigma P ROBINSON, E. KEITH BS Pltiy Plant City ROGERS, JACK B Ss Perry Newell Entomological Society, Gator Pep Club, Dean's List ROTHSTEIN, SIMON BA nm Jacksonville SAPP, JOHN DAVID BSB A. EN West Palm Beach CHAILL, PAUL MOORE B S A. Eort Meade lub, Block and Bridle Club SCOTT, NED H. BS BA, xo Gainesville i, Scabbard and Blade, SIGMAN, WARREN O. BA. CDKT St, Augustine Club, Glffe Gator Pep Club, Sophomore Executive Committee White Eriars, Junior Executive Committee, SIMMONS, HERBERT J BSA. Gainesville Alpha Tau Alpha, Future Farmers ot America, , MH ' , luv 4wi',.ftv' . 1 WMP W' ww - of ,wh Q Lfrsim'-ff 3 A f . ,, -1-if ,',, . -J-. -,, 53 L sr f .. W - . . " , V . '? ff , 9 3 SIMPSON, CLYDE WAGNER BSB A. nKA Jacksonville l-liner Court Representative from Arts and Sciences, Alligator '39, Seminole '38, ViceePresident Alpha Phi Omega '-ID, CAA, Committee of 25. SKIPPER, ETHO W. BA. Citra SMITH, LEO P. B A. Gainesville SMITH, WILLIAM D. B A, Tampa Beta Alpha Psi, Beta Gamma Sigma. SOMERS, GEORGE ARTHUR B SBA. l-lolly l-lill Delta Sigma Pi. STEPHENSON, GEORGE W. B S B A. Bartow STEWART, ROBERT MAXWELL B S. St. Petersburg STOKES, DAN C. B S A. Baker Agricultural Club. SIVITER, ROBERT ERNEST B.S.B.A. Ben St. Petersburg President Beta Theta Pi '40, President lntertrater, nity Conference '40, Chancellor Delta Sigma Pi, Scabbard and Blade, White Friars, Bacchus. SMITH, HERBERT A., JR. BSA. AVP Orlando Alpha Zeta, Thyrsus, Newell Entomological Society SMITH, RALPH YATES B.S.B.A. Jacksonville R.O.T.C.-Advanced, Beta Alpha Psi. SNARR, CARL M. BA. :QE Gainesville Alligator Stott '40, Summer Gator '39, Review '39, General College Debate Team, Varsity Debate Team, Band, Colonels. SPEIRS, DONALD TAIT B.M.E. Miami Beach Rifle Team '36-'39, Florida Review '35-'36, American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Glee Club, Ad- vanced ROTC, CAA. '40, SEC Rifle Champion- ship '39, Seagull Glider Club '36 0 STEWART, DAVID B S. Fy. LaBelIe Tau Alpha Nu. STEWARD, WILLIAM COSBY BS. ZX Mount Dora Executive Council '4l, Boxing '39-'4l, Cavaliers, Press Club, "F" Club, Freshman Group Leader, l-lonor Court Speaking Project, Advanced Military. STONE, S. R. B.S.B.A. Port St. Joe Alpha Kappa Psi, Young Democrats, Cavaliers, Vice Chairman "F" Party. STRYKER, FRANK P. BA. KZ Gainesville Scabbard and Blade, SWEAT, LEROY M., JR. BSB A. me Fort Lauderdale White Friars, Symphony Orchestra. SWEGER, JOHN B. B.A.J. KA Clearwater Sec'y Fla. Blue Key '40, Edt Alligator '4l, Man, Ed. Alligator '40, Pres. Sigma Delta Chi '4l, Pres, Press Club '40, Pres, 4th Estate Club '40, Capt, R,O.T.C., Spts, Ed. Seminole '38-'40, Spts, Ed, Alligator '39, Al- ligator Key '39, Seminole Key '40, Dist, Service Key Alligator '40-'-ll, Dean's List '37-'39, Grad, of Gen. Coll, with l-lonors, Sec'y Kappa Alpha, Outstanding Kappa Alpha Freshman '38, Alumni Sec'y Alpha Phi Omega, Soph. Group Leader, V.-Pres. L'Apache, Bacchus, Pistol Sauad '38, Scabbard and Blade, Times Union Sports Correspondent. TALBERT, SAMUEL BAJ, Gainesville TAYLOR, ALFRED BA J. Tampa Cavaliers. THOMPSON, FORD LESLIE B SBA. time Tallahassee Seminole '37-'4l, Alligator '37-'39, "F" Book Business Staff '37-'39, Colonels. THOMPSON, WENDELL L. BAE. Florala, Ala. Peabody Club. TYLANDER, ROBERT DARWIN BISBA. nice: Fort Pierce Lyceum Council President, Vice-President lntertra- ternity Conference, President Glee Club, President Pi Kappa Phi, Who's Who in American Schools and Colleges, Bacchus. iv" SUGGS, HARMON WILSON BSA. AFP O'Brien Secretary-Treasurer Alpha Tau Alpha, Alpha Zeta, President FFA, Advertising Manager Florida Col- lege Farmer '39-'4l. SWEET, GEORGE H. B S B A. KZ Miami President White Friars, Delta Sigma Pi, Dean's List, Bacchus, Propellor Club, Advanced ROTC, Inter- traternity Conference, SWOOPE, ROBERT L. B,Ch E. nm New Smyrna Beach American Institute of Chemical Engineers, Sigma Tau, Gamma Sigma Epsilon, Phi Eta Sigma, Amer- ican Chemical Society. TAPPEN, NEIL CAMPBELL BA. KZ Lake Placid Phi Eta Sigma, Band, Symphony. TAYLOR, WALTER FRANK BC E. A241 DeLand American Society ot Civil Engineers, LPS PLA.- DM, "Podners". THOMPSON, NORRIS ALBERT BS A, Florala, Ala. Basketball '40, Baseball '40 TUGWELL, ROBERT L. B S. Pensacola UNDERWOOD, EDWIN H., JR. BA. EN Miami Beach A Varsity Debate Manager '39, Alligator Columnist '39-'4l, Seminole '38-'40, Varsity Debate Club. gems-,, . 1 . f . ' V ks ' - . . , -If , - . -' S' '- ' " ffl 1.12 'liz-iff!-f,fYf' Ffi rv -21? mi? ff 5423, 'V -- , 5 - .. 1 - V. , r ' '- -. - 2. . , ,, My ,Q-.,,,:':,' fig 2,-:iss '-22256.-.'fliiegqrcs'aim':g1'f7.f,,.:.r','1 ' zffslzgiegvvf f ' -, " . ' i"'- , V f ff v Y 4 t y, f ,f ff' -..Im WL: ' Y 'tp ' , W, VENABLE, JAMES BERNARD BSA AVP Center l-lill Newell Entomological Society, Thyrsus WALDIN, VINCENT HOWARD B Ch E. M Orn: Sigma Tau, Comma Sgma Tau, American Institute ct Chemical Engineers, American Chemical Society WALLER, ROBERT J. B S BA xaa Lakeland WANMAN, HARRY O. B S Miami Phi Eta Szgma, Band '33-'39, Beta Gamma Sigma '-ll, Sxwmming Team '-ll, DeMolay Club '40, WATSON, J. B., JR. BSA. Trenton Agricultural Club, Block and Bridle WEIDLER, ROY CLYDE, JR. B S Jacksonville Phi Eta Sigma WIELAND, ROBERT EARL BAJ, Ben St Petersburg Activity Editor Florida Alligator, President Fourth Estate, International Relat:ans Club, Press Club, Prapellar Club, Executive Council, Archaeological Society WILKERSON, OSMOND CLINT B S A Delfuniak Springs Bloflf and Bridle, Agricultural Club K. 1 ?' VIDAL, MARTHA HUGHES BS. Phy, Gainesville Rho Chi, Kappa Epsilon, Mortar and Pestle, Dean's List '37-'40 WALKER, DAN BCE. Fort Myers Sigma Tau, Benton Engineering Council, American Society at Civil Engineers, Advanced Military, Ben- ton Engineering Society. WALTON, W. L. BA, we Nashville, Tenn, Football '38-'40, Basketball '38-'39, Baseball '38- '39, "F" Club, VVha's Who. WASZAK, EDWIN JOSEPH BS. AXA Gainesville Alpha Zeta, Cavaliers, Agricultural Club, Block and Bridle. WATSON, JAMES NICHOLAS BA, Jacksonville Agriculture Club, Alpha Tau Alpha, Block and Bridle, FFA., YMCA, WHITCOMB, JAMES LEWIS B.S.B,A. l-lavvtharne WILHOIT, WILLIAM MERRIL CORRY BA. 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BSA Ocala Block and Bridle, Agricultural Clulii, Fino Arts Si ciety, Advanced Military, Intramural Boarrl 'g7-' lf' Florida Freshman Friendship Club ' YINSHANIS, FRANK GEORGE B S B A Ben New Britain, Connecticut' President Athletic Council Vllfl, President Junior Class '39, Football ':ll3, Basletball '38-'4tfJ, Prggrtlgnl Ejiglq- ap Barry Club, Secretary-Treasurer "F" Club, Sen- ior Fxecutive Council, Whos Who in American Cole l9Qes and Universities, Scohliiard and Blade YOUNG, ROBERT WILLIAM BS zz-is Daytona Beach University of Florida Band, Young Democrats '-lil, Pirates '323f"llfl, General College Debating '39, Alli- gator '3t3. ZEIGLER, TILLMAN WILSON BS Gainesville POTC, Rifle Team '36, Florida Rifles, Newell En-- tomological Society. CALHOUN, A. A. B A Panama Citv Executive Council, Gator Pep Club '39-'-ll, H6015 B 5 E Cheerleader '-ll, Varsity Cheerleader '33-'30, Covoe MOVIOFWVIG liers, Florida Review, Advanced Military Glee Club PGOPOCIY CIUIU- '37, Bacchus '37, Junior lntertraternity Council, Junior Class Executiye Committee '37, Senior Class Executive Committee. EUBANK? SFLOYD l-- MESSER, WILLIAM HEYWARD ' ' BA, Greensboro ZAE Assistant Business Manager Florida College Farmer TGHGMSSQQ '40, President Agricultural Club, Black and Bridle, Vmslty Debmmg FFA, Organization, CLO. ,, I -I ' r 7 I - A P -f , i 'T "l' 'iv' ., ROOD, JOE BA. ZAE Bradenton Executive Council '41, Athletic Council '40, Swimming SSY41, Alligator, Seminole, "F" Club, Blue Key, Scabbard and Blade, Captain Swimming Team '41, Gator Pep Club, Who's Who, Debating '38-'41, S EC Swimming Champion 220 and 440 '59, Fresh- man Executive Committee, Sophomore Executive Committee. FOX, WALTER EDWARD BS. Miami MCCONNELL, DUANE F. B S BA. 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BIIJIQII SMIIIIEI . 'I IILILVIIIE . SGIIIIQILI I IIICV HGV f'-' II . LQI'eICIIInI MARSI-I, ALBERT ...... MARSI-IALL, SAM WILLIAMS III VIKA MASHIQLIIQRI, HAMILTON E . . MASSEY, JOHN WILEIQEEI, JR . MASTERS, LOUIS FRANKLIN I MASTERS, WARREN KENDLE . MATI-IIS ALLAN .... MATTHEWS, WAYNE I-I, . MATTOX, PAUL WALLACE , MAY, LLICIAN EENNEL KA . MEANS, WILLIAM ADOLRI-IUS . MECILLEM, RICI-IARD CORLIES . MELTON, IQQELEI BRUCE . , MEIEIQ, MAURICE HOLCOMB rw MILLEII, EIQANL L Am . . MILLER, IQHIXI MICHAEL rx . MILLER, ROBERT BANNERMAIN . . MILLER, ROBERT S N59 . . MILLS, MARTIN A . MILTON, RALPI-I ARCI-IIE . . TcIIIoI'Ioseee . .ICICLSCIIVIIIE 'ELIII EIOITIITICCI. . Wotcussft DQIIQIIQ I3eoc:Ie . Jocksovvwlle Elcrolo, Ala , . ELISIIS WIIIIEV Hoven . , QIIIITCX' . Gainesville Crescent City . GoIIIesvIIIe . JoEI4somfI!Ie . RQIEIL-LIEQIIJ . Sorosoto . TcIIIoIIcI5see . DeLand . Tempo . LoIxeIoIId 'MW an I 'qv I -H1 Vg Sq.. ,gi I , H Li A W' n 'f " f ff -UUQ I' Bi: .A L A ,, . - , I ,,. . If ,V , . W. f 'ifffr-' I .2 OCALLAOHA N, THOMAS PATRICIL OOOM, BURKE HAYES . . . OGRADY, HAROLD JOSEPH . OLSON, CHARLES O 'VKT . ORTA, RHILLIR LAIARUS . OWEN, FRANR HORE we . OWEN, JACK H, JR . . OXFORD, T, I , JR. EN . PARCELL, ROBERT FORD . PARKER, EDWARD HENRY . . PARSONS, WILEY STANTON KA PASTEUR, THOMAS BENJAMIN, JR RATTERSOISIRICHAROIVI K2 . PEACOCRDAVIDROSCOE , I REARCE, ROBERTI . . . PEARMAN, ROBERT WEETSTEF' . PEARSONDONALDIL . PEARSON RAY H X0 . SI. I3E'ICI':IDLlVQ . IOSOOI' . . FOIGI' SI ALIQLISIIII-3 IEA, XILJXI ICVI EIIIINIIIIL' . LDIIII IQ, . LOI- L-IOIICI I OI HIOIIII . MOIIIOHCI JOIiIfSIjIIwIIIO . MIOIHI , CII:w.SII,III , IZIOCIQIIILIII .VIIOITII REOCII . . MIGITVII . SOIIfOrd . MIOmi , LI OEILIQI . MII ICIIEI PEERLES, RODERICI' LESLIE . IDEHTOR, TROY , . . 47 4, Y S'-was . fl ..... in :H ,S 1 44 yr Lf, W 'E' In F I Ra . six A I,, ,M II, , v 513 1.41 va. , 'ef as 1' . vp, an- ,- x bf 137 L 'z -I "E .',f.,,.-- -Lf PERENO, AUGUST I 'DVA , , PERRY, FRANCIS PARI-FS AXA . PERRY, WALTER LAMAR, JIT . PETERSON, CAPL EMIL , EEIERSOII, IAIILLIARI HEREIEI' f PIERCE, CHARLES EAGAIRL , PIERCE, IACI' III :AE . RITTAAAIRI, AIAIEPIJEVIVI O, II' PITTMAN, R FPANIS 205 . PLATT, CALVIN C . . POLE, DOYLE CHARLES , POPE, CHARLES ALLEN . ROSTOH, RICHARD ASELIRY H9 POTTER,CHARLES, III ATS2 , . ROOISIO, IAIVIES EOIAIIH . . . POWELL, EIEIIIARIIN IREDELL, ,IE POW EF1, JOE WILLIAM, IF SAE PFESTON, FRANCIS ALBERT . PRIDHAM, ,IAY C K2 . . . PRIEST, GORDON STUART X3 fn, . . IVIIOITTI . JOCRSOVIVIIIQ . POIISOCOIO . ST, CIOLIO . ELISLIS . . LQIIWQST IIDOLIVITQ, ALISUOIIO . . SILIOVI . . TOmpO I SLImmerfieICI . . Oxford . HOmeSTe-Od . LGIXG POrIq . OHOIIOO , I,ISSImmee . MIcImI . JGCICSOHVIIIE . ALIbumdOIe ESI Polm BGOCII . . MIOmI 51-'z vmnmf ,JWw .TW R" 3:11115-A ----- E- ----A -g7:f,:..n... ......,.., , ,, . , , ,,.., ,, , , . ,mf.m.mw-w, .1 ... .U.m.1-m-n1.u.v.-Im. wwf. Aa.. :M R.A..:.:,u,..wauQmuaucv,px2mw.wE.wJgr..E.,.x.mvn1mhqmrzn,n.v.:M.m:n: ,wA1f..Mm:u f:v:.wa.f.x.u.,v,m::.-::,ngrS ww. M.: ., XG' f '19 'W if AMR swf ff . nf ,I 'MSW ww- . '?S. ,,m,.,m-Navman E253 ,, M , I -1 wfmmxm- ' RH' gr ? 1: L, 3,7 Shi L , 1 Q W, , I .I MOV sf., I- A1 af? gy J Nm ' I , I ff' ,E -7 ,I 3,21 ' A I- fm 'z :ERB A " 7-Mm - filwf I E -4 " ' L I 'JL..C:?'1'.i1'w.4 3 a..u-S... I IVEIQS, IIIILLIE s RIVERSWILSONS I . ROBERTS, WILLIAM J, JF ROBERTSON, ROBERT ABNEI' EN ifoisii, Mviiv I-aoerkr . raoeirisori, LEoM BERNARP ivoeirisoiv, WILLIAM JABE1, Ji' EIOLLIIIS, Joiirv wmsoii . . I-ioriftii, JAMEs PATRICI' J wooiJeMoQE, Joiiii I5 . rosrii, HOWARD BERWJM . iiosrii Mfxreviri Eovvfxivo . ifosrkiBAiJM, ALLEIJ Mrxwiiriei ifosriiilieiia, Leon ,,4. i-toss, 3 L, Jr: ..A. I-'OIJ, CHARLES MICHAEL . J'fJiJ, J,etJii1aE Mn-'or . i1iJiJii-J, Jfxcif nw . . I"lJBll1l, Miietori iimiiii HM . ifiJsii, JAMES ifriry Am . . Auburndale . Lake Butler . . Bonifay , . West Palm Beach . Tampa . . Apopka Eort Lauderdale . Jacksonville St. Charles, Ill. . Jacksonville Miami Beach . Marianna Punta Gorda . Plant City . Pensacola . Reddick . . Lowell Miami Beach . Jacksonville . Orlandii PRIEST, WILLIAM EARLY, JR. . Indian Town PUCKETT, CRAIG AUSTIN, JR . Tallahassee PLJLLIAM, WILLIAM C., JR . . Madison QLJARTERMAN, A. OLIVER . Fort Lauderdale RABORN, ROBERT EDWARD . . . Trenton RAMOS, LEO D .... . Gainesville RAMSEY, DAVIS W, . . . . Bristol RANDALL, WALTER ERLAND . Kingsway RAWLINS, TRIJMAN D . . Wildwood REA, ORADY WILBER, JR . . Madison REVELL, JAMES WOODROW . . Tallahassee REVELL, WILLIAM LOLJIA . . Otter Creek REYNOLDS, WILLIAM T. ZAE . . West Palm Beach RHODES, C-IFFORD NEILL UN . . . Jacksonville RICHARDS, OLIN THOMAS . . . . . Sarasota RICHARDSON, HORACE DARRELL . . oertiimk Springs RILES, WILLIAM LAFAYETTE , . Fort Myers RILEY, ARTHUR MIDDLETON . . Clearwater RISBECK, EARL CAVELL UE . . Crescent City RISK, JAMES L ..... . . Cocoa L RLJSS, ZACIQ, JR ATQ , . RUSSELL, EDWIN WALLACE . RIJSSELL, JOHN MILTON . SARSHIN, MELVIN ww . SANDERS, JAMES CLAYTON I SAUCER, EUGENE E me , . SAXXYER, THOMAS ROBERT , EICARBOROUGH, OVID PLEMON SCHELL, WILIRIE JAY we . SCHNEIELE, DONNELL E . SCHNEIDER, AL LEON my , . SCHORMEYER, JOHN WILLIAM 2 SCOTT, GEORGE ERANGE -TX . SCOTT, LEOPOLID EDEN . . SCOTT, WILLIAM EVERETT . . SEAWARD, ROBERT SHELDON, JI? SEBRING, GEORGE EUGENE I SEEGMILLER, WALTER, JR . SEERNA, EUGENE E . SELLERS, E GUY, JR , SDE . Leesburg . BrooLSviIIe . . Miami Marni BeOCh , Fernandina . Lake GII5' . .DeLand . Baldwin , JaCIRSonvIIIO . Oldsmar . Pori ST. Joe . Clermcnt SI. PelerSbLIrg Daytona BeaCh . . Orlando 'UKT , . JOCRSOITVIIIG . Sebring . Lakeland , Frostproof . WaLIChLIIa - J If JJ, :Sf 'Av 4 Q X !f'3x,J ' .SS,.:"u R. " , A .' Q '67, :QT-, xg X T R R S ,, A A :wg Qlziagn, SJ ' A 2 wg.. 'F' SEYRORA, JOSEPH JAMES, JR S , SHACRELI-ORO, WILLIAM OYER :Ae SHARPE, WILLIAM JENNINISS , SHAW, BENJAMIN T, JIT' . SHAW, JAMES WILLIAM . SHEA, WARREN JOHN . . . SHEALY, ARTHUR L, JI? Mo . SHEPARD, JOE L . . . SHEPHERD, CHARLES L, . SHERRON, HAROLD LEE . SHIJLER, EVERETT W . SILVER, LEE nw . SILMERBERO, ARNOLD S Jw . SIMMONS, I-IORACE H . . SIMMONS, JOHN DALE . SINOER, OAMIO EARL nw . SKAGGS, THOMAS W . . SRIPRER, JOHN RAAEJ Ben . I SLAIJOHTER, EDWARD RAOLE we , SMALL, ROBERT GARNER . . V' . AK 4 . Gainesville . Miami . BLISPIDQII . AIaChIJa MoLInT Dora . Lakeland . GaIneSvIIIe JoCkSorwIIIe Avon Park . Hollywood Homestead Miami Beach JOCkSOnvIIIe . Munson . MI I TOIT . GaineSvIIIe . Mfarni . Barfow . Orlando Lake Worth -LEE ,... L L-L,, L E L L LLLLLL L fs? I , M, LMS! ,259 61 ' A' ' ' " ,xg 5 , ' , 1 ,ff -J ., I Af,,f A -JR. .R R. ,. ,, '55 -N r Q, nwuwfmnn I ' aff . tr i Lwv ' 21 , ff , , ,. 2 9. ,f ff: S f, ,W- , . M W 'air 'J 2, J J- A V Wh. J, Sf, ,,,L-Wig, X 4 ' 9? Jr--W I -4 M 1 R :Q 'J I , T. ' if S, Vx Wi -- . dl ff.. I . ,I ,, V ge u. E I N os. .Aj SMITH, EII IE D L, . . . . SMITH, HAROLD LESLIE X0 SMITH HENRY JEFFERSON SNITH HUGH MADISON . SMITH, JACI BAKER . . SMITH, JAMES ALBERT, JR, . SMITH, R BOB .,,. SMITH, ROBERTE B911 . SOAR, ROBERT STEPHEN . SORENSON, HENRY E . SPECHLER, DAVID H . SPECTOR, ELMOR TE0 . STERHEISIS, ALEX H, KA . . STEPHENS, DOUGLAS LAMAR STEVENS, ALERED DAVIS HKA STEVENS, E CLYDE, JR I . STONECIPHER, JOHN STRATTON, CHARLES . STRAIIIIISI, R STRICKLAND, KIRK . . . LEO EDWARD STRDLIR, LESLIE GORTON . STLIEBS, ROBERT GLIERRY . STLJLTS, RICHARD LEE . SLIEERIAAII, II'fWIII UND SLJDDLJTH, JERRY ROWE . SLIMMERS, WAYNE N . . SLIMNER, ANGLJS, JI? EN SIIMIIER, LEWIS Ii. SU II IEIJLAI IIJV IHEOIWSE ALE7 . SWEAI', YI. II I IAM ELWOOD . SW -' IS ' OI LIIIS WAPEI JI' X0 S.,oILS, S, S. I, IA I I OIQ JAMES JO' IIISOII AX . ILAI IJE 'AM EI'EI'E'I E KA 'IE SEIIE JOIIII 'DAG . Ecirrt IVWQVS . . WIIII6 GoIneSvIIIe . MIonTI F'I,InoITICI City . . Bristol Fort I3IerCe , . I3rIStoI . Bortow I L Ive Oolre . M IOITII . I IOIII,'wIIL:I,I I oIIoIToSSee 'Q-OIITGSVIIIQ IIIOI II,II AS, J JAIIIE, . , . . . Drodenton IHOMAS IEIE I'OI5EI T E . I.'II.' est PoIm Eeorilw rHoII.IAf,, pIALLEEIg VIKA , . OIIOIHIS II-IOMPSOI I, EI-IELI HAROLD . . RIont Clty IIIOMPSOI-I, JOIIIJ I.A.I' ALLAQE . I Gretna TIHIGMIJSOII SAMIJEL IVIAIQISI-IA',D , Conner Gi it IXIIdCJI . . Pompono eSDoro, Kentucky . Moore Hoxen . . Moyo . Bradenton . Clwipley . Tornpo . Orlondo . . MIornI I St Petersburg . . Quincy . M'GmI . Jocksonvrlle IVIoDIIe, Alofromo . JockSonvIlIe . Jo:IaSoIwIIIe . Orlando . OrIond: . . DeLcInd DSFLIIWIOIS Springs C' ,... -. ., I , I I,- THOMSON, ADDISON HOGUE THOMSON, RANDOLPH M . . TILTON WARNER BELLNAP ATA , TODD, JAMES VIRGLE . . . TOLAR, wlmow RAN . ToAAS, GERALD E ATA ..,. TORNWALL, GEORGE EDWARD HRT TRAMMELL, CLN DE G, JP . , TREERY, JOHN ALLEN . . TRIBBLE, HIRAM LOWRN HKU? TROTTER, WARREN L, . . , TRUEBLOOD, RALPH ELWOOD . TURNER, CHARLES ALBERT . . . TURNIPSEED, WILSON PERRY, JF. SA TYSON, EARLE E X41 . . . . TYSON, ZARIEL GAY . UNDERBERG, DONALD EDMUND TW USTLER, HAROLD EDWARD . VAN AUKEN, HAROLD LEROY . . VARNER, MARION DUPONT EX . . Miami . Miami . . Jensen Lake Wa!eS Bristol , Hralealw . Cleorwa1'er Wall 1 1 Im: :L ALzaLuSl'me JaCLSoaviI5e . . Largo . Lalelaod Wmfer Haven . . Ocaia . . Miami . PlantCity . Tampa . . Aooolaa . Eorf Lauderdale . . Orlando J ,W we -rj' f , f V my ma, 14 53' ' 'JN in . A . '- H PAYS Av A ' "" , -vp W A R' A A 'ff AJ ,Yi A , " 4kx. , .V 2 LN If QS., " QE, ..,r .X fi K 6, ' L' Y R 5 - R 2 'vaio Q' ' . Lf. V , . ,C , , .,,+ ..,- lark L 'T "5-5..R .s J 6. vm OO ,M E 4? 521. L 'Z 7 3 W ,,.,A VAUSE, JOSEPH ROBERT nw . VEAL, FRED, JR ,.,. VTDAL, ALBERT PIERRE . MINES, EARL EILJEERT ATA . VINSON, PAUL GARRETT AX . WADDELL, TOM R ..... WADSWORTH, KENNETH CALVERT , WATTS, LEWIE HOPSON A . A WALDTN, EARL oExAf1TT, JP . WALKER, W!LL!AM AA KA . WALKUP, SAM H, JR . WARD, LEO E . , WARNERJACL L RAC . WATSON, RUSSELL E . A vvATTS,STEPHENv LLJ' , :N , . WEADOCI-, ROBERT LaUiS EN . WEBB, JAMES E, JR 'DAG . WEEKLEY, PHARIS E, ATA . WEJSS, PAUL JOHN, JR WELLMAN, ROBERT ANDERSON AX , W 'Qu 2 rw... R A S . J W N ' L . N, . V-sa,.A,.f R 3 5 W Q W , Q ' A WA nr, 9 fy, R A 'g-'S r- gm' f. ,ff iz RS Rf ff ,V D MENS 7 Y' 'P , 'f f -1 V M y rx M , f f R, X 5,4 ef .,,R .,,. T , . Wiilwstom . Jacksorwiile . Game-Svzlle . Tampa . Lake Alfred . Daytona Beach . . Tamoa . Gamewrlle . Muamr . Tampa . MQ J VLTOSTW nalmeiwlle . Ea rr Laaderda . fl'1:efJOmd . . . . Miami . West PaTm Beach . ST PererSoL1rg . Eorr MyerE . . Miami . Wmrer Park ,L A, A ,5 " A-':"""" 'fn' W -rr Y rr E' -E E -- W-W---R--2 R--R-R--vi:-R2--A :Y 1:11,-.HA1-'vcvwwzzffffwuzv-EE'"-:':"-'-"'--QArm-1',zmE,:EEmmaf....m-,E-,E-:f -- A-.fp AAAAA--- A- --:wa-mi.Eze-fum-xwm.x.1wJ.,Awm.fgff::1-E-:AL-:f,....-9,..1i,.. . V. R S-, , Er' f f - W., --fr R' 5 ,W .,,..,..M.mM-M AAAA A--.W...g.WA-M, A A f a ' Er ' x E QT WILLIAMS, WHITNEY BERNER , WILLIAMSON, ROBERT MARSHALL I WILSON, ALFRED WILLIAM, JR , WILSON, LEO AT9 .... WILSON, WILLIAM H, JR Am . WINCEY, GEORGE FRANKLIN , WITHERS, JAMES GRAYDON IN , WODLINOER, M LOUIS M , WOODRIJFF, FRANI' LEE, Ill UKA . WOODWARD, WILLIAM DAVIS KA WOODWARD, WILLIAM FRANCIS, JR WOOTON, MELVIN EDWARD, JR . INYCKOFF, ROBERT OLJINTON 040 . . YOUNG, EVERT A .... . KOLJNG, JAMES PRESCIJE, JR . HOFF, KARL WILLIAM, JR, 0-TA . JEWETT, CHARLES FRANCIS 'xo . MIIIEI2, IIEIL ELAEI1 -wr . . . TFIOMAS, CHARLES WILLIAM KI . l'IMMEl'3lVIAN, T IN ZAE I . I-lollyvvaod Gainesville . Tampa Bradenton Gainesville Live Oak . Miami . Ocala . Sanford . Quincy Tallahassee . Brewster Winter Park . Orlando Jacksonville . Miami . Lakeland . . Ocala Zeplwyrliills Jacksonville WELLS, Cl-IARLES OLIVER . WERI-IAN, GLENN A. . WEST, WALTER I-IOWARD WESTER, JORDAN LACY, JI? . WHATLEY, JOI-IN W . . WHEELER, J I-IERMON . . WHITE, BENJAMIN LJRTON WHITE, HoLeRooI4 . . WI-IITE, JACK I-ILJLL . WI-IITE, JOI-IN C . . . WI-IITEI-IIJRST, JAMES E ..I. WI-IITESIDE, ALJGIJSTLJS FRANCIS KA WI-IITFIELD, ERNEST KENDRICK GX . WILD, I-IENRY WILLIAM .... WILKES, JOI-IN EDWIN WILLARD, BEN Cl-IARLES HE . WILLIAMS, WILLIAMS WILLIAMS, WILLIAMS, ARNOLD O ERNEST W, JoE W, JR ,.... . TILGHMAN e., JR. ex . . Miami . Pensacola . Homestead . Lake Wales . . Tampa . Hawthorne . . Trenton Fort Lauderdale . Plant City . Cedar Key . Yankeetown . . Miami Wevvahitchka . Avon Park . Avon Park . Miami . Lake City . Lake City Panama City . Jacksonville F I NM ,awww '73 .. wpfzzg ff 156.2 ,u ,, ' 1 W.. " I i' 1 msgs" - xx ' J . A sz 1 N ' . X- 1 e -. V V ' x . b I4 Xxx X ' vip X Q2 Nw as 5 f f W -nf' R X X M , , ffjgf , , . ,f t Nw-cl ,, fw1"xr4Q w I . X , , 'fgrfftf-1. ' ' Q X i 3,1 . . , ! Q x 3 . ?' 5. . , X lim ,, x-I A 32:3 K x :, A fu-,,gg,, , Pl. . 'V r 3' a e. 1, 45 W X' 'kiwi fqik 4 Q fi- b M JJ:-t 5' WE . 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Zvgyq 'N ". -WA 1.121 qw. -.-.,, .5 Here ore ct few excerpts of scenes from whort corresponded to Floridds Seminole of l9U3, when the University Wds loccited ctt Loike City. We include them here by way ol contrast with the University ds it is in l94l. , V '-.,f 2H'f'f'w-f ' T' 5? 3.3 -"xgix,-3'fx.,yf2'-1.52 K at S if ' ' q w.. 1. V A rf 1'- '3 Q 1 : 4 The gym -we'd trade " 7,9 9. 0 0 0llI'S DI' I vi. n51Ma1.e 1 .11355 w i, ', 'TQ' QS? J. it . . 5 P5 . on ' Li 05- -- at N .. gr, l .. H , ' lf.,-Q.,,:..fga,, L . ,r 3... 5, tn 5 xxgxji Q, svn . "' W- ,,r f . -- - "yi-2' get . it 12 'P-i qv' f. EQQ, ff' .i , fi.. g 3-44.1 A ,V . M, V. Y, , ff, A ratigg, Vg ,W r'-M -T fav .ter i ' T it 2 ' ' ' .- A, " 'f r.--ki ' ' ' ' ' .fri Vt 2 I V' -' .4 f . ' j...'l.I?:f:'I . ,..,. ' :Fix --L Q ' 'E' ' 1 r " ,ac 1 --1.1 X , . N tdf, -fs-Haf,q,,,,4.-4 - , f ff, 1 ,b6n.- , ., . ,.-r. - .4 ,. Y',,3M,3A5.nY,,qQQ,..f4t,M,Milfigiqj UI ., Fighting Gators of '03-obviously no subsidation here Basketball Champs Baseball team-"Champions of Florida 4 as A.. ' 0 - f IDR 5000 watt "Voice of the University of Florida" sends listeners everything from l-lill Billies to Hour With The Masters . . . ASCAP "War" gives aloout 90 per cent of 20,000 res corded surfaces a rest . . , Now operated on commercial loasis . . . only difference is they try to sell the "tea" on Tea Time Melodies . . . Station run by students under direction of Major Powell. . .Serves as feeder for staffs of country's biggest stations as Skeleton Staff learns Radio Business from experience in all phases. . . Talk of 50,000 watts and Mutual Broadcasting System. emi ' flnsetl The "Loon" croons That dial gazing doesn't mean a thing. . .the boys still have to grab their slide rules when anything goes wrong... ww" H850 on your dial" 1 Station Director Major Garland Powell Rhythm by the 'RUFfians. .. News and views. .. ,li I' r ' F' W 'I - : .' 'Y I ' I '.4 . - ' ."-4, if .1 . I . - . Al . 4 A. Q i ,-.' . ' ' Dean Price breaks the ice John Iacob Tigert welcomes Tenderieet. . .the hard way. . .thru the nose. . .Frosh orientated. , ,this means the Freshmen are broken down into small groups and are then herded around the campus by benevolent shepherds chosen from Sophs. . .see all campus beauty spots. . .get shot in arm. . .no casual- ties. . .yet . .results ot these nomadic expeditions They waited for theirs-for hours Q xxx fx , 4 . ft. et 'v e - . . , w 6. ,.g fi H l 'CA . 't hh 1, il 'Ag N gil' ,I "X li l K P x 1 . 4,,,,,,,.. 4-' ,t 'ff Rats get Bibles 4 ' fl!! Sophs learn about campus. . .Frosh broken down. . . Rush week activities. , ,ATO's take big step in popue P tll it hurts-it ur s But I don t' want 6 eight oclocks Honor Court-o nice place to keep out of i t V' lating the Blackfoot Hotel by enticing 50 unsuspect- ing greenies. . .total take on all fronts is 417. . .Next week is double-bill. . ."Pappa Pays" and "Mortgage Mysteries" , . . ificafion pictures-your momma won't recognize you Q K W Q N "ahhhhhhh-1 Library-first and last visit , f-Y f annul i t.. ' Lg, l wwe ' .U Sex, IZ! Women, 131 War Once in o while U. government crdcks window. , .drdtt lelt ROTC 'students nedr they dre exempt front zonsrgrrptron , the blind, ndlted dnd ldrne pick up tlrelr beds dnd rndrch over to get into dd- vfrnced fnilitdry .Registrdtion Ddy, . .boys dre forced to sign up to preserve our freedom. . l Students feel wdr is just in offing. . .dttitude goes to lrlodir . .lTl1dt's just one ond one hdll lTlll+'3'.'L rzoutn of the bottornl. . .Some Students volunteered lor service, . lil wor is hell, tl'1crt'll dive you dn ided ol how bod school is. . . Ocala? ? ? ? Look what Ziegfeld missed Only 400 to go College men l?l Horsefeathers lvlaririe Band carries wwe :gee .tliey Cori drier, serve Clll-A1Il6'TlCCII'1 repertoire. .Allifjiatof Editor lack Sweaer taker: liiirisell a reponse alter extended Courtship ol tliree arid orieeliall liourz' .. .history is made. . .were waiting new lor that first Sweger Special Pditien Public fapir ited Students leel viries ori auditorium are badly in need ol trirrimirig . they do jab late at nite SO they Cant be blamed it vines are lriiriiiied in shape of swastilca. . tliey also decorate floors ot Ldriguage Hall. . .rio originality, same design. . .Matherly enlighteris FVE3f2l'lTT1G'T1 an tlie Marmers of the Educated Man iri anriiial ad dress. You can't loose Chopstlcks QM ,Af 4' New use for a moose U' 4 Twice in a while W K 4a 3 ,"'7 ,, M 1 V V fi, 1 fr H1 Ballantine Brawl lfree aClv'tl 3, Il? if 5 55 -. X 1 LV X wig I Q, 'fl V .M . 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"Doc Kohn administers to ailing Florida Review. . .student interest perks up under diet of cheescake and humor both at home and abroad Cthose in Tallahasseel. . .Board of Student Publications clouds up and hails protests. . .professors forced to read their copies under cover. . .The Play, 'lBoth Your Houses" from which "Mr, Smith Goes to Washington" is taken is presented by the Florida Players. . .Rega takes lead. . .Wilson turns in nice job. . .Brain-trusters on Athletic Committee transfer Auburn game to Columbus, Ga., much to the disgust of the student body. . .after all, what difference does the fact that almost no students are able to go to the game make when a few extra potatoes can be made? Kiwanians sponsor football clash between Phi Delts and Snakes to raise funds for underprivileged children. . .Students l'goose" their way home to see what Santa has brought them. . .Official vacation begins December 20 according to those l7 who stayed to see it... 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'E Junior lives here War '75 it , H1 8 A gf ,ll lf qfj ' Grandpa roomed here Week-end ot big lax Pirelli. . .Fire- water. . .tire "crackers" and plenty ot fireworks as Mister O'Lielo's bulls kick over the dopesters' lanterns and lourn out the Georgia Bulldogs. . .What Full- er Warren wouldn't give to be in just one of Coach Tom's shoes. . .One morn- ing, SAE lion crowing instead ot roar- ing, resplendent in tar and feathers. . . funny thing. . .the SAE's always threat- en, post guard, but lion always gets painted as sons of Minerva bask in re- flected glory. . .along about now some modern Carrie Nation torsakes the ax tor the tire-brand and conducts a jook- burning-down campaign. . .clips some of the boys wings, but not enough to keep them from flying out to the "Bird" After c night at the "Bird" X +1 v mffgs .Qi- ,J4 ,zgx25,Zi.Rv" ' '?'.fJ'V' . fn Q L: ASM f M' . Lama!-K' x 'Q X - 3-sv 4 - 5 Q' 1, ,Q,.q1,,, , .. ,Q ,f w V 4 .fy - . i 1 I x I ,r Y . 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Gainesville's Harlem jitterbugs give us the jitters, . .Billy Sunday Matthews leads tradition- al community sing. . .fire- works reap a harvest of oh's, ah's, stiff necks an' spots before the eyes... enferfqlng Delt guillotine iv ,fx CT' .QW I '34 Q 1 , 'Q' f t V 3,-,,, S fix f Wm, E ' .,f, . X F , 2 f f, 7. A I V R fs -, .,, U ! 1 gl . f . if 5 2 ' 1 A S 4 x w N f e S. ' - isa, w J fa ga' t E, fix ' 1 Hia.. WJ' ff' ,f, '4 ,A M1 aff 'SE x H. Xi S x :Q gym ' 4 1. x , 4 , 4".',':Qf'3'f.. f F-ic fri! if. ' fi' rf fm saw T Good to the last drip. The vulgar boafmen 'Qi R'.W.L,,d,m'flglfIAlz'5KFWIm, Give me the grip r T ' l -sl' rl U " -v w-Q.. Q,-V. --Grp: I A. DE! ' hx-1 IQF-A "Ska, up PJ, 1 ST MW - 5 ,Q I? 'ini .I wnlflxd' W N -Q ,All :Ar K rl T' 1 I - J K 'P Ns rr rs ff ' llllwflwl lil 'Pl A -QW" lt-fm. .1 'H' , l . o, l Q!! J' ffl'flnXllf!l:xl.fIIl'l" Well l l -- There's many a slip CONTACT A If ay, N uf s N X X N ., T . ima, MR- 1 L , S-mg, V1 g g. al ll X Q lm lr q al mw x . -lf? 1. x' if A X -lx-el . .fu '51-.. Precocious isn't he? Frank "Laughing Boy" Genovar predicts usual gloomy outlook for success of Florida's Mermen as they go on to win their fifth consecutive season without a defeat as well as the SEC cham- pionship. . .how much would you charge to rent some pessimism to football dept., Frank? . .Florida's only national champion, lightweight title holder, decisioned out of his crown at nationals in Pennsylvania. . ,maybe it should read. . .star bookstore waiter who does a little boxing on the side loses crown at nationals. , . Place looks like a section of Wilshir Blvd., Hollywood, as students all don dark glasses for many weeks during big measles epidemic ...no partiality shown as everyone gets 'em and of course no quarantine necessary. Two enterprising students detect symp- toms and make dash for Tallahassee in hope of being guaran- tined in the infirmary there. . .The dark glasses would be a big help there.. .no one would know which way or at what you were looking. . .CBS's Pygmalion presented by Florida Players. . . with British accents. . .accents must have had a rough crossing . . .Pyggie taken ill but show goes on as another ham is imported from Stetson. Now you can wear your "F" We don't It oin't a get it either. Congo chain Make mine sfrawberry It must be true love Only 364 days 'till New Years . s-47 JY 15 Pkg, r ihfbick You haven't lost YET, Dale Spring ond Elections both come to ccfmpus. . .both bring shore ot budding sprouts. . .becomes three cornered oittoir cis peoples choice Zych throws his wooden leg into the ring ond tokes to the stump. . .Shermon wins. . .Three-cushion Finley cflso runs. . .not much tlcish os Shermon loys o snooker on Finley os Finley scrcftches in the side pocket. . .Drott issue plctys big port in compus election. . . everyone thinks everyone else is going to go to the orrrny. . .Squore Deol porty inougurotes nominotting con- vention system. . .ond the ccrndidotes get their ods out on hour otter. . .mighty tost printing. . . Bally Behind barred doors-nominating committee Fu,-the,-more... Scoring up votes N v 4 . ix' M' W ,if N E 'r Njgiimimeiif si V 'wi W ww L3 fdtgmiva ,Pe WWW fiiiffiff-A if wwf In this corner duck wow 0 X' Fw' my 1'QiQw'l5r6i'f!5-E X , . , ,. Switch fo Zych, you sonofa gun! VOTE! Qt . P ,QfSX sPs,r lfffllfs sw xggm sw' Mil ggi if in Hiwfgyk V Ofe? Give it back to the Indians Rally '5 It's in the bag, Sherman lonn Browns body gets elected. . .Don Weiss' loody lies oinolding os Kid Kottorn iinolly wins on election . . quest tor editorsliip turns from roce to rdcioll os Weiss loses by o nose. . Plenty of the old spirit with signs, ducks, olligotors, teepees, loud speakers, free shoe shines., pre-election crttenddnt with some old stuff. . .Voters run gountlet to vote, wording knee deep in circulc1rs...it's enough to discourorqe the storunchest dernocrcztic spirit. . . Tolly Let' your conscience be your guide The death watch Finis cv + I ' Q ii -. .K ...Dean Benny Cbenevolentl Beaty gently hints that house-parties should not be held this year. . .oddly enough they are not held.. .can't change holidays be- cause of convention ot lctheologists and I-lerbatologists . . .Proletariat Please Note: lctheologists and Herbatolog- ists are bourgeois worm-dangle-rs and snake charmers. . , -hun.-QN.,,,,K ,,,,..-H+ Q mgwwx av W Q gl? E9 ff i xg NY 5 U 352982 'WN-. swag 3 il W- !Q15sf'Fiik'1,g?,g' 'LN ' b qJ5stQ,ig 'QEYKQRXQTS H ,Q 1 fid ugk 1, Q. xr Q A y f- Y ' IK A '1 4 Y N ig' 1. s Av A3Lx , T, 5 31 B? kiwi Q nrgnv 3 W' SEM X gitxv' ' ,. w , A j W if if f 52 HKS 00 6 00K Lex' 5 4m x N I 1 x, X .. M upx. Un K1 A ., 4 K mC, f .-'-,-gf: 'R' .f - X u 15 : Se 'Nl 666 10 06 Xlxes Nxuixc vlkkh o SYKUUCXQ SN61 Yakxe 49 eg i -mfr I 5 fi iw of 1 3, 1' , Y, ,whip , G The Spirit of Florida S A They told the Deon it was Breakfosf At home on the courts owe xv' xv' P0 Sc abbdrd and Bla dexme .AW news i II Dom es MGX-5 I .65 E S N AX , w f X rs gg I S X s 'M S X E .4 it . XS Z ' X. X ' .ff N. . Lambs and Lambsies trolic thru greenbacks as Fall Frolics brings lan Savitt to campus. . .T. Dorsey scheduled to play tor Ball. lnterfra- ternity Council CLitchgi. . .bless his heartl proves to be fly in ointment as "Tee" throws the hook alter taking a good bite and we the students get the hook as superb substitute Bob Chester is landed. . .Military Ball is thrown. . .everybody swings. . .preceded by big ROTC parade with bevy ot beautiful sponsors. . .Colonel Hopkins directs. . .everyone impressed by staggering number of soldiers. . .or number ot staggering soldiers.. .Smarty smarty had a party.. .Terry Shand and band... Slap-Happy Lassie from Tallahassee gets quite a work out. . . ftake that any way you want tol. . .Exams hover over stewdents heads. . .how- ever, Spring Frolics is the best we've ever had. . .in tact it's the only one we've ever had. . . Sister, your wool-pullin' days are over Droopsnoot Cavalier's punch. . .tskl tsk! Eyes right! Little, Dean of G. C., has conilict in courses. . .tangles with train. . .Little loses.. .G. C. students lose little. . . temporarily. . .they rejoice. . .at rap- id recovery ot their beloved Dean? . . .we wouldnt belittle. . .Lyceum Council brings Russ Morgan to cam- pus.. .l2UO dollars is a lot to pay ior anything. . .students attending lectures in auditorium complain oi peculiar odor lor days alter. . .Alli- gator comes out with clothes pin at- tached tor those who wish to read Al Kohn's write up ot the occasion . . .Universitys Little Ray ot sunshine elected boos-man ot Blue Key Lodge . . .Campus gets all lit up tor En- gineers Fair. . .long haired genius- es come out into the open with many tricky gadgets. , .,.f . , The way to a woman's heart Rodeo is held. . .right obout toce os the bulls throw the boys.. .Everyone hibernotes prior to tindl exoms. . .like the bedrs they look ct little piqued otter this ordeol. . ,everyone rdces home to owoit the verdict. . .home is CI good place to be in cose of on emergency. . . The Seminole comes out os Blotnk throws pcrrty for stdtt. . .We hope... Exolms dll over. . .Students dll over. . . Torllohossee. . .the beoroh . . . recupero- tion without vituperotion. . . The moIe's in Slap-happy Iassies W4 fill, ll:29 ...qui 11.45 12.00 fr ,i 1 f M Edlllly 56CZll.0ll THEJUDGE Jgurzfs fgu 'cfu f W 4 f , ,Q f 7 I X ' fXL'7L'L-Lglf Q.. clVlC,1 ff tiff! QT Il'4lllJO 'bi2Q,'- 1126754 Mya 'ctlinwrc f. ..f lfqllllzl 01164 f 1 L llllll I U15 I g S ',,,,'fA f 'KW ' ' ., 4 , ff -Q V - K W ' WZ .,,,' J - f Q: v x ,,3g,L1:zi,.-'faqs ' " :E:::2:2:'.'5 ' f -+ :e::. ""':,:,,.,4Z?,.5 w .1 Wi A f ,, , ,f g L, V 1,70 , 454, , . -LZ' LV ' an , WU x. 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Dear Ralph: In making the selections for the 3E1iL'LVOLE'S Hill of' Fame for l94Oe4l, a large ,group of the faculty was requested to submit nominations. It was suggested that these nominations be made on the basis of good ci ti- zenship and leadership in the University community. Consequently, a large list was submitted, but, as is always the case, certain individuals were nominated by more members oi' the staff than others. Their contributions have been in various fields of activity and each one, in his own way, has made a distinct contribution to the University of Florida student body. The final selection for the Hall of Fame this year is as follows: Donn N. Gregory Joseph Keith G1-igsby Virgil B. Conkling Edmund D. Cashwell Ralph J, Blank, Jr, Weaver H. Gaines Gibson R. Finley Raymond Ehrlich will L. "Bud" Walton John B. Sweger Tom H. Hakefield Ihlliam M. Goza, Jr. Anyone who is familiar with students on the University of Florida campus would, naturally, find objections to limiting the number oi' leaders on the campus to twelve. We feel, however, that each man on the list which we are submitting deserves this distinction and take pleasure in making our nominations for the Hall of Fame. With very best wishes, I am Sincerely yours, R. c. i'3E.'LTY Dean of Student' ,wil B . 5 f av RAY El-IRLICH Brilliant mind. . .champion of the underdog. . .clever speaker. . .moder- ator of elections. . .master politician. . .President of Florida Blue Key... zealous reformer of student body ills.. .Phi Beta Kappa. anvil -qui" GIBSQN FINLEY . Soft-spoken. . .loyal to his friendsg firm with opponents. . .ambitious . . .modest and self-possessed. . .nominee for prexy. . .secretary-treasurer of student body. . .a politically astute mind beneath an unobtrusive ex- terior. EDMOND CASHWELL. A professor's dream scholar...serious and determined...to strive late into the night is to succeed...eliminator of non-essentials... an ascetic devotee of the Great God Knowledge. . .Valedictorian of the class of 1941. TOM WAKEFIELD Collector of presidencies.. scholar of note...vice-president of the student body. . .unfailingly courteous.. .fluent public speaker. . .persua- sive leader of men. RALPH BLANK Accomplishment his criteria of worth. . ,able. . .quiet. . .determined .. hopeful pessimist. . .industry his habit. . .Editor of the Seminole. , .know- ing what is there, he goes after it. WEAVER GAINES ' Rock-like integrity. . .devoted to duty. . .dray-horse capacity for labor ...believer in the solid virtues. . .Brigade Colonel of the R.O.T.C.. . .he will lead if you will follow. JACK SWEGER. Reasonable. . .discerner of values. . .moral integrity. . .practical per- spective. . .industrious . .addicted to his dog and his wife. . .sense of humor. . .Editor of the Alligator. 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Zdonzukas Secretory-Treasurer, Frank Yinshonis The "F" Club was founded to foster a spirit ot keener friendship and understand- ing among the students engaged in athletic contests under the banner of the University ot Florida. Members ot the organization are "2" f- T 'fi aw E'Lf1g'.w 'll lfluning Cahill Cfianci flower l'l r Ell G II S r,, ,i, ,..-' ,in is Ferrigno Germain I I " 'el Ilfirr 9 i" Horner l-lull lgou Johnson Glad those fellows who hove eorned ci mojor letter in ony line ot sporting endeovor engoged in by the University. The membership olso in- cludes the monogers ot the mojor sports teoms. Since its inception the "F" Club hos succeeded in bringing into o closer relcition- ship not only the othletes of one single sport but the othletes ot oll sports. ' '17 f' SECRETARY-TREASURER Flf'f'Xl ll li ll lfil ifxl llU lfillllll l if XX Kelmon Lone Mock Miller Reed Ed Rood Joe Rood Souers Stewort, B, Tote Thompson Welton 'ZZ"""v wi, ,man ' Aill Ms ire liirii-Q 'vr ' 4 -C C lm Von Cliet Jw ll dt the Unixersity ot Florido tor i940 were sg. mbolized by the nome ot Thomos J. Lieb. ivleier betore in the long history ot Gotor hootboil hos one mon olmost overnight ossumed the position in the eyes ot the students ond people ot the entire Stote ivhiclti Lieb now occupies, Nexer betore in grid history hod the Unixersity deteoted Georgie ond Tech in the some yeor, This precedent shottering teot hos coused enthusiosm tor the school ond its othletic teoms to soor to new heights lt hos odded momentum to the other lxcey gool ot the yeor in Florido oth- letics, thot Florido boys sholl go to Florido schools insteod ot being proselyted owoy by out ot Stote schools The onnuol "tishing'f trips ot out ot Stote cooches hencetorth will be in pursuit ot torpons insteod ot touch- doxvns Once ogoin the University tor outclossed the rest ot the Stcite schools. The Gotors pertormed the teot ot scoring 69 points in intro-stote competition while permitting the opposition only 6, The University is ropidly returning to the position it enioyed in the sports vvorld in the holcyon doys ot Chorley Bochmon, 9338! .".2".' ' ,,, 1. 1 MVT 4 ii A l lll ET lf liIlf'lfffTOlt l'Fl"CY BEAPD LIEB IN ACTION Retlections ot this rise iivos turnished by the increose in notionol publicity occorded the Fighting Gotorsr Cooch Lieb received numerous mentions in the columns ot leod- ing sports vvriters such os Eddie Brietz ond Whitney Mortin, Cn the sports horizon is the sun presoging the down ot o golden yeor tor the Athletic Deportment vvhich is strong in leodership ond tilled vvith contidence ond hope tor the future. 99 . S X 'E 'RW 1 ,bn ' 3 41 El 'sr 0"'9 V .J QM Ay- f'-M' A if f A ,Q as - , vi - V U s Q, ,D ,,W45g,: W ,A I LIEB MILLIGAN VWLLIAMS MCALLISTER DANIELS PROCTOIQ CDOC A1 "Sl NKYH Sl-EOLZE END CF A HARD DAYS WDRI. mos EIGHTEEN THE SUNDAY mass-UNION, JACKSONVIL Saw wrgia i 1 lorida Tri mphs Cve FLURID HRASHES H 0 -nf-rf -if-rf -k-xr K-riff Hearts of Miami Hooters Chilled, As W SP66d3'-+6-3t01'S it oi 0 it 1 H1refS1fY0fFr Gators Hit Stri e to E Flo'ri'claGat'ors Stopped vais MIMSR TC cf' Florida S ins F um ff fi un on if TY Auburn ins G Zigi vors seoausss IN 9 ent l .V it F'RST--TWO MODS IHRHOVH ea S ar- Gators Put Up Tremen- Q2 ' Of' d o u s Scrap A ' t 5 ' .. , , Highly Regarded gag- Gamrs Sprmlt 17,365 Shwelv Wildcats' Aerlals 1 o 0 i ' ' ' , f - Ponentaw-W WIIIQS To Wm 2Sp1r1ts Sink, gfiwe TOE PfuCl2rF0' ,wi ' S i r CYHP S H. OT Call SPl0l'l'lbO Runs 13-13 Game Team Loses W PY - 1 By SETH FLAX Llfig Yards to 19.000 see Tusslcg Fans Swine TWO FOOI- S t S..m.e Tall n.1u.1.,gS Pitch That, have Nw Parade dGators Down ,fffik L y pifmkin T00 Starts Festivities 'I' . --- 9 We . Spartans By 11053 Sets Out After Intercept- F ---ci- Piombo R I 102 . L' I. P I En erguson an . . 1 x. gen PPIHS 1 - ' glib E508 artrilgy, Fijllg GCS' Combine on Sensational in Yards For one Score, 0 'fgfi 4 c Play After Punt ls Q Before 17,365 Fans will --oi mm ooAL Posrs TORN Blocked. 3' BV P-+-M my 33 Toughdowns' 35151 Ross' pass intexglcci for Fergt:rS .Hr I 5110749 ladilvi- P playlifn . I me I'12T1t'1?SO'1H?lCt5i C, rf ld r GB - H H Swmafsafaty GWB CDO! 'Gator 272W Bruce's pasiAjr'exlELxrtliiN r1h0f1 Pumed B d C1 I ardb M1".W1 . .' 1v.T, FLORIDA, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER IO, 1940. A grid Thriller, 13t013 1' Georgia Tech 1 to 7 PLESS H RRICANE , ell As Mere Bones, As Gators Go Wild P rid C1 Defee!ST9m 12 e U- ffeat Maryland 19 to 9 v Ng 'CRUSH GATOR , '25-'Il ' . I QV' t -sailome Img Duel, Tech s Pet Lateral rlqwfiglfgellind lim 20 T0 7 Scores for Gators ??lfr0Tri11mph ' ORANGE AND Blilfli' CLQICIYE 2817 lorida's Homecoming Housing Suffcessg Pat Been Goes Use O?Q1eads Three Scores 3 Yards For 1 Z S PA T0 Tum Back Are Recorded swf we lvlaryland ln Fmal Half Eflsellililsobblelxzfeaaller w I N 'U 0 d Bl Throw 36 Passes and Com- gguilp gurls 'Sp ays P2256 Emo ue Triam plete 133 Total Yardage ' c 6 S, ver won Gained C e t 494. lay Hfgkgilill' :s'HFf-siren Se C F l 0 1' il 31 Scores In Second Half W --ini 0 f- Eleven in Final Game 19.1 1i'f3'QT2ffA'IiEE,lLL aators am n , - A d '- O I .t. 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I N- .'!ff,ffiff,-.'. ,..- , wwf, . x " 's ' K lt h ' sl ' Tr ,,'IL.w,7L .,q ' . ., r .0 . . - - . a 15 w.,. U1-'I' 1 'T . px , in - ' -, I l ' . - 3il.1.?.K"':.ffr . 'vt 4: ' M iss. State 25-Florida 7 FLORIDA FIELD, Gainesvillej Sept. 28.-Despite a 7-0 lead at the half, a valiantly fighting University l of Florida eleven succumbed to they superior reserve strength of Mis- sissippi State and went down to a 25-7 defeat in the opening game of the year for both elevens before 12,000 fans. After about five minutes of the first period Fergy Ferguson, Gator end, stunned the crowd by blockingi a Maroon punt which went out of bounds on State's 14-yard stripe. On the first play following Tommy Harrison tossed a pass to Fondren Mitchell in the end zone for the six pointer. Charley Tate kicked the extra point. In the second half, however, the beautiful running of Jefferson, Blondy Black and Buck Craig en- abled the Maroons to push over four scores and emerge with the win. ii--, O, ,T Florida 23-Tampa 0 PHILLIPS FIELD, Tampa, Oct. 5.-A powerful second-half drive and the breaks of the game en- abled the Florida Gators to rack up their first victory of their 1940 cam- paign over a tough Tampa U. team by the score of 23-0 before about 9,000 spectators. All through the initial .half the Spartans kept the Gators from paydirt by a series of valiant goal line stands. However, the Florida team showed an increasingly pow- erful offensive as the half' unreeled. First score of the struggle came when Champ Williams, Tampa back, fell behind his own goal line on re- ceiving the second semester kickoff to give the Gators two points. The Gators took Tampa's kiekout and went storming down to the Spartan 15 where Forest Ferguson attempt- ed a lateral which rolled over the goal line and was pounced on by Bob Sauers, Gator guard, for the first Saurian touchdown. A few minutes later, Tommy "The Red" Harrison sparked a one-man drive resulting in the second Gator touchdown. VVith the score 16-0 in the fourth quarter Skeets Ross passed to Leo Cahill on Tampa's 15, where he out- ran the Spartan secondary for the third score. Tate kicked two of the extra points and the third resulted from a Harrison-Ferguson pass. O 1T.-Mi Villanova 23-Florida 0 SHIBE PARK, Philadelphia, Oct. 11.-An old football axiom, "A foot- ball team plays best on its home field" received another boost to- night as the Florida Fighting Ga- tors journeyed 1,000 miles from home to fall 28-0 before a brilliant Villanova passing attack. "Slinging Nick" Basca and Steve Husco tossed the Wildcats to four scores as the Gators aerial de- fense failed to equal the potency of a hard c h a r g i n g line. Worst break of the game was suf- fered .by Florida in the fourth pe- riod when O'Neal Hill, sub quarter- back, broke into the clear only to have the play called back on the ground that a back was illegally in motion. Absence of several regulars be- cause of injuries seemingly pre- vented the Saurians from display- ing much offensive prowess. ----0 Florida 19-Maryland 0 FLORIDA FIELD, Gainesville, Oct. 19.-An enthusiastic Home- coming crowd of over 10,000 saw the Florida Gators hit their stride and turn on the pressure in a late drive to defeat an outclassed but scrappy Maryland eleven by the comfortable score of 19-0. A valiant defense kept the Gators from scoring in the first half, but with the insertion of Bud Walton at left half in the third quarter the Saurian offense picked up speed. Walton and Fondren Mitchell led the march from their own 29 to the Terp one, from where Mitchell plunged over for the first score. Walton's extra point try was blocked. Archie Bagwell then intercepted a Maryland pass on the Terp 33 in the last quarter. Almost single- handed Walton brought the ball down to the one-yard line. Red Mack plunged for the touchdown and Walton converted to make the score 13-0. In three plays another sub left half, Pat Reen, set up the final touchdown. He sliced through the middle to Maryland's 26, passed to Carl Mitchell on the six and re- versed to Fondren Mitchell for the score. Tennessee 14 Florida 0 SHIELDS-VVATKINS FIELD, Knoxville. Oct. 26.-In one of the greatest defensive exhibitions ever seen on this field, the Flor- ida Gators held the mighty Tennessee Vols scoreless in the first half and were kept from a scoreless tie only by a pair of long runs of two ex-Florida high school stars, which resulted in the final score of 14-0. After the Gators had thrown a scare into the ols by penetrating to Tennessee's 19- yard line early in the first quarter, the Vols braced and the remainder of the initial half was an "even Stephen" affair. In the third quarter Bill Nowling of St. Petersburg' raced off-tackle for 48 yards in a surprise run which caught the Gators Hat- footed. Almost the identical distance was tra- versed by Buist Warren, Miami Beach, in his end sweep for the second score in the last period. Aside from these two dashes it was an even battle with most of the observers even crediting the Gators with a slight edge, ?..T,AA-.0-.-..--- ui lim JY 'W s E ff' T ""'r viii aw WK , L I s. cfm, , I as Florida 46-Miami 6 ORANGE BOWL, Miami, Nov. 16.-A seven-touchdown barrage enabled the Florida Gators to coast to an easy 46-6 triumph over lan outclassed Miami Hurricane eleven which was slowed to a calm by the powerful and tricky offense dis- played by the Liebmen before 17,000 spectators. "Million Dollar Red" Harrison tossed two quick passes to Fondren Mitchell and then settled down to enjoy the festivities from a com- fortable seat on the bench. The first pass carried to the four and was immediately followed -by a score. The second went all the way to paydirt and gave the Gators a 14-0 lead with the game eight min- utes old. ,f ff After that it was just a question of Coach Tom Lieb trying inef- fectually to hold the score down. But even his second and third stringers refused to cooperate and like Topsy the score "jest growedf' Along with Harrison's brilliant exhibition offensive feature of the game was a brilliant 101-yard re- turn of the kickoff following the Miami score by Pat Reen. Mitchell, Tate, Mack, Parham, Walton, Cowan, and Reen shared the honors as each scored one tally. The Hurricane touchdown came on a questionable pass interference decision which placed the ball on the Gator nine. From there Fox scored after two plunges. TATE POUNDS TECH Mt W , Wk 1 -rs ,Ri X ' 47 fx? K af t -if 'R 'L-OAI. 'IO CO' l,,,ir.t I IURE REFRESH-QTS EATILE OF 'IAMI5'Al l gw"J.l . .3 0 "fl , ' 1 f , . -.,., ,f.....f M . .-s 5. s up ..:,.g. . if " fx -. gf' gi, ,ll . ii.: 06 v .' v D A f I 4,2 is , AJ! , -rn. X 2 W , ,,. 0 V Y 1 lied, ' V 1,- . vs .Q R. J. .. .F .,s.. - ,xt .. 1 ,' H 'f -as l. 4 . . 1 - . - ' vu ' v .,, A' . ,ff f"5 "i,1a'." 1'- n.., -, wg: .--aww., '.:M.,,: .g ,it I , -' , P1.'f,o.'4!i"- . ' QM ' Nfsintnrim 4 .' fx - if 1 'F ...I fl g .- i , Florida 16-Ga. Tech 7 23.-For the first time in grid his- tory the University of Florida cap-. tured the championship of the l "Cracker State" as the Gators fol- lowed un their win over Georgia by defeating Georgia Tech 16-7 to gain! the crown before 12,000 unhappyi fans. i It was Florida all the way in the first half. The Gators received and came within inches of a touchdown' when Charley Tate just failed to go . over from the one. Tech kicked out and the Gators came storming back to score on a field goal by Paul Eller. Q GRANT FIELD, Atlanta, Nov.i I ------o Tech came back in the second quarter to drive to Florida's 29, but an attempted lateral was intercept- ed by Johnny Piombo who raced the entire 71 yards to the goal line and scored standing up. Bud Walton sparked a Florida drive in the same quarter that went from the Jacket 48 to the one-foot line from where Red Mack smashed over to make the score 16-0 at the half. Florida played defensive football the rest of the way and weakened only once when Tech scored on a long pass from Bates to Hancock. Florida 18-Georgia 13 MUNICIPAL STADIUM, Jack- sonville, Nov. 9.-In one of the most thrilling games ever played in this or any other stadium the University of Florida Gators achieved the ma- I jor object of their grid campaignl bv downing the Georgia Bulldogs, 18-13, before almost 20,000 scream- ing fans. Every possible method of scoring was used by the Gators in rolling up their total. They scored two touchdowns, a conversion, a safety, and a field goal. Paul Eller scored first for the Gators by kicking a field goal in the first quarter. On the initial play ofl ---- -o Auburn 20 the second period Georgia scored on a long pass to take a 7-3 lead. Later in the same period Forest Ferguson blocked a punt and John Piombo picked it up and ran 40 yards for a six-pointer to make the count 9-7. There it remained until Bud Wal- ton tossed a 45-yard aerial to Fon- dren Mitchell who made a sweet catch on the nine and raced over to make it 16-7. But the Bulldogs weren't finished yet. They scored in nine plays after the kickoff and the Gator had to fight off two more assaults and score a safety before the game ended, 18-13. -Florida 7 MEMORIAL STADIUM, Colum- bus, Nov. 30.-Fumbleitis broke out I in epidemic proportions among the Florida Gators today and before the disease could be checked thel Auburn Plainsmen had walked off the field with a 20-7 victory to end the Gator win streak at three straight before a disappointing crowd of 6,000. Tommie Harrison's miscue was turned into an Auburn touchdown late in the first quarter when the fumble was recovered on Florida's eleven. In two nlays Bud Wend- ling raced over for the first tally. In the fourth period it was Leo' Cahill who permitted Auburn to -----o take over on the Gator's 18. Auburn showed its appreciation bv scoring another six-pointer on a plunge by Clarence Harkins. Auburn finallv made an earned marker on a 45-yard drive down the field. By then Pat Reen was beginning to get just a little bit disgusted with this and decided to do some- thing about it. He raced over, took the next kickoff on the Gator seven, and didn't stop until he was over the Auburn goal line, 93 yards away. It was too late in the game to do much more than that, however, and the "battle of fumbles" C16 in alli ended shortly after. Texas 26-Florida 0 FLORIDA FIELD. Gainesville. Dec. 7.-Florida's Gators closed their 1940 gridiron campaign by losing a 26-0 tilt to the University of Texas Longhorns. who offered ample proof' to the 14.000 fans that their feat of knocking Texas A. 8: M. out of the Rose Bowl was no fiuke. In some of the worst officiating ever seen here, the Longhorns were presented with a score in the first period. They scored again in the second and twice more in the fourth. Season's Record: Still in its slump was the touted Gator offense which produced but one real drive that was ended by an interception over the goal line. Pete Layden and Jack Crain led the Texans in some fine offensive play and backed up a Steer forward wall which did very well. Eleven Florida seniors ended their playing career today. Notable among these was Mush Battista touted as one of the finest guards ever to wear the Orange and Blue. 5 Wins 5 Losses SPEEGI-I AND SPONSORS II J, mq If gfgfff PLOTS PROMISES PRE-GAME ff? "TO HELL WIT' GEORGIA" T MIAMI GOING AND COMING ' -lv : 4' f' A Xyrziwa'-QQ ':"'4L.., t- . 5 jg if ., . 44? T - ' - . ., af 1, - ..,,' :.,5,Q.'. .4 J'-1' .4:'-'S M :jim f.,,,, -gxvfvv iw 'Sli' 5, 4 A. , . ,.-, . . Wil s -3 5554-5' . IQ 711 jig."Q':,gg if Q-'1 'H M,,,m 'W ff' - A in .5 ' .xy , . -1 Jai!! T1 ' THE END CF THE TRAIL MFE? C'FTl'lliflLTT If TH' "T , l,!. SQUAD FIQQSH VS PABY HATTER3 lk T .P .im C' MiIfE CALHOUN fs: GERMAIN HULBERT GARCES WHEELOCF! CALHOUN BEAT TENNESSEEV' "WE ARE THE BOYS" 0 What was probably the best quintet in Gator basketball history, breezed ,through a lbegarne regular schedule, dropping tilts to only two opponents. Coached by stoic Sam McAllister, Florida's hoopsters started the season off with the traditional win over South- ern. On a four-game southern road trip the McA1listermen emerged victori- ous in three contests, dropped a close one to Alabama. After the loss to the Tide five, the Saurians hit their stride, Won seven suc- cessive tilts before Georgia snapped the victory march, handing Florida its second defeat for the year, Resting in second place in S. E. C. standings, the 'Gators Went into the an- nual loop tourney as "dark horse" con- tenders, Were seeded third. Drawing a bye, Florida defeated Vanderbilt 48-41 in a quarter-finals tilt but was bested by a smooth-working Tennessee outfit in semi-finals cornpetition. Leading 'Gator scoring for the year was rangy Steve Ellish, who dropped 2l2 points through the hoops. Bud Walton took runner-up honors in the seasons scoring, chalking up 147 coun- ters. Jock Subermcn-Center Eugene Lee-Guard Vinny Zdonzukos-Forward Tommy Harrison--Guard "Spike" Sullivan-Guard Bud Walton-Forward Pat Reen-Forward "Sonny" Miller-Forward Coach Sam McAllister Frank Yinshanis-Guard Steve Ellish-Center Norris Thompson-Guard Gawzl... Dec Dec Dec Dec Dec. Ian. lan. lan. Feb Feb Feb Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. 12, 16, 17, 18, 20, 10, 11, 31, 1, 3, 10, 11, 18, 21, 22, 24, RESULTS Gainesville Florida 43 Southern . Tuscaloosa Florida 38 Alabama Tuscaloosa Florida 22 Alabama Meridian Florida 35 Mississippi State College Florida 53 Miss. State . . . Gainesville Florida 39 Georgia ..,., Gainesville Florida 44 Georgia ..,.. Lakeland Florida 47 Southern ..... DeLand Florida 36 Stetson . ...,. . Gainesville Florida 46 Union College Athens Florida 40 Georgia .,... Athens Florida 46 Georgia ..... Gainesville Florida 51 Stetson ...... Miami Florida 48 Miami ....... Miami Florida 62 Miami ....... Gainesville Florida 65 Rollins ....... CS. E. C. Tourney at Louisville! Feb. 28, Florida 48 Vanderbilt . . . CS. E. C. Tourney at Louisvillel Feb. 29, Florida 26 Tennessee ., . . .152-g - if MAN 1 torn Phil loco- li? pound li. Bill Stewart-427 pound NAN oiianzln GXSHAPE HARDTJ6 BEAT W -A ii Q : 3 ..,. b . ki , I m . Il nl Feb Feb Feb Feb. Feb. Mar. NN Johnny loco, crock l55eoounder ond former Notionol champ flemla . . . .. .Florida 71f2 Miami . . . . . . . .. . . . . V2 Gainesville . . . ., .Florida Southwestern .. . . . . . .5 Lafayette .Florida L.S,U. ..,.5 Baton Rouge . , . .. .Florida 31f2 Miami . . . . . . . .41f2 Miami . . . . . .Florida 31f2 Virginia . . . , . , 4V2 Charlottesville . . . .. .Florida Catholic U. . . . . . .4 Gainesville Len Fielding-l65 pounds Lomor Hancock-145 Al Young IZO 'FX zbeflmq... er e lond o w At the NIAA tourngrnent lohnny loco lost nts not1ongl chotmpron s crown IH the seml tlngls whlle Ilmmy DeCourcy ond Al Young were stopped 1n the guotrter trngls to Wlnd up the seoson for these tnree outstondrng Gator boxers Wm lose or drgw one ll'111'lQ1S sure lohnny hmmy ond Al proved thot they knew ll'11S. To w1n ond to smlle IS good but to lose and still grin is better Jam HoI'mgl27 pounds, Bob Cromwell l ,n pounds 1 if 1 3. if 1: '- q gLQg5g:,gw'::w5:f.'1vo Q-Z, F' - -.'-r' - "ST-'--0 vw 3 V s'.5T'ft"r an ,-14 P Mir bud 'Jltr 5, ,,.F W i 1,11 I1 lifllll MCAIIMQV M1311 lflflf 'V llffffll l1f'r Dow ,' 0 TI'11rd Socker Howl, Pennorlg Suffering from their usual ailment, pitcheritis, the l94l Gator ball club began the season in dismal fashion, losing an opening day double-header to Alabama. Playing at Rollins, the Saurians, behind the steady hurling of Iohn Clower, managed to smear the Tars over the diamond, 15-2. Back on their home diamond, Sam McAllister's charges were at their worst against Tampa, committing more errors than a high school boy at his first formal dance. 1 Mainstay of the faltering pitching staff was Clower, While up- and-coming Bud Gates turned in several creditable performances on the mound. Lanky Norris Thompson was Florida's big gun, hitting the apple at a merry clip throughout the season. Helder J1m Bonnermon ot bot March March April April April April April Cotcher Chorles Tote 27 . . Florida 27 . . , Florida 2 . . .Florida 12 . . .Florida l9 . . .Florida 23 . . .Florida 24 . . .Florida Alabama ..i.. 12 Alabama i.... 5 Rollins .... Tampa Tampa ,...i... Georgia Tech Georgia Tech , . W, , ,NX is N I Mlm Wool Frrst Bosemon Bud Walton nobs runner. lBot1'oml Shortstop Bully Burns keystone Socker Winston Polnier 7941 Schedule Gainesville April Gainesville April Winter Park MG Gainesville Y Tampa May Atlanta MCIY Atlanta May Florida Florida Florida Florida Florida Florida Georgia Georgia Auburn Auburn Rollins . . . Rollins ....... Athens Athens Gainesville Gainesville Gainesville Gainesville Lett-fielder Norris Thompson Cenrerftrelder Coburn Moore Second Bosernon Winston Polrner V' ,gd CONFERENCE Qotwtom Jw? lilngtgtcl mztildltg dw-totiic l Cyoih Front f'2er'ty.or Manager Storwley Richard Bill Von Chet-breast stroke Victors of 48 consecutive dual meets. Holders of five straight Southeastern Conference titles. Undefeated in seven successive seasons. Thats the amazing record ot Coach Frank Genovars invincible Florida mermen. Since that April day in 1934 when the Gator swimmers bowed to Rollins 34-32, the Saurians have ridden unchecked over the best ot D1xie's aquatic competition. The unusually short '41 swim season saw Florida breeze through Georgia, making a clean sweep ot the Cracker State by decisively licking Emory, Georgia Tech, and Georgia. Genovar's charges displayed their entire stock in trade at the Conference tourney, piling up a total ot 81 points to 35 tor Tech, their closest opponent. Arthur Von I-lovem--tree-style M 1, ,I .gi AW' l'!4 ltfjfl Lfl'.'t' rclo CHAMPIONS Dowd Germain-diver. Tom Moodyfbreost stroke Henry Losrnef-Velo try Wonmon-ftvocl 'etrole Jock Younglwlood--Sorints Billy Feed r l Feb. 25. . .Florida Feb. 26. . .Florida Felo. 27. . .Florida Mar. 20-22.Fl'orida Sonny' Welclwf--distance. Reziuffdf 55 Emory. ...... .20 Atlanta fx 40 Georgia Tech .... 29 Atlanta 53 Georgia ......... 21 Atliens 85 QSFC. Tourney Won loy Florida filth consecutive year.D Pagers "T:ger" Holfnese--built stroke. tor the 1? ww ,A-1 A.,m,.,., M " ftf5kN,,,, .. . ,nt GNN hi ll Biirwi' -distjirf " Cofl Se verin' -distance En Une 3 il' f"8.vhs, Carl Mitchellifield events Ed Gillis-fsprints lumping off to a flying start, Percy Beard's Gator trackmen chalked up a 97-29 conquest of Georgia in their opening dual meet. lust one Week later, however, the victory went to the boys with the red clay between their toes, for Georgia Tech tripped up the Saurians to the tune of 74-52. Early season sparkplugs for Florida were the versatile Mitchells, Carl and Fon- dren, and a tall dash man named Ed Gillis. This trio accounted for 44 Gator points in the Georgia meet. Up-and-coming high jumper Hank Gardner, in his first year on the varsity Cinder team, looked like a sure-fire bet for Conference honors. The State of North Carolina marched right through the third edition of Beard's l,Ai.l,llTClVf'l Thml- fl ETOFVF' Florida Relays, with Duke taking first place and University of North Carolina walking off with runners-up honors. Ralph Browning-hurdles H 1 Q Ga n OOO kv Apri. Apri. Apri. Apri. May May 5 .,... l2... l9 ..... 26 ..,.. 3 ..... 16-17 Henry Gardner-hrgh rump 1947 Scfzecfule Florida Florida Florida Florida Florida Florida 97 Georgia ...,. . . . 29 52 Georgia Tech ...... 74 7l1f3 MlSS. State ........ 59275 3rd CSoutheastern A. A. U. Track and Field Meetl 4815 Auburn ........... 7715 CS. E. C. Meetl ..... Gainesville Gainesville State College Atlanta Auburn Birmingham 2 M f Monoger Benrnnnt Tenth Ccorih Percy Beard Chorhe Sherrnonfquorterfmule George Krblve --relays, ,W Forrest Fergusonetreld events Nelson Donnellfsprrnts Fondren Mrtchell-Sprints John Dewell-Sprints lflar. M ar lflar. Mar. Mar, Apr Apr onzzwezw... Cl-lAPLlElf!X'I'ES BOB BEARDSLEY CLYDE I-IIGGINBOTI-IAM HARLAN DYE BOB THREADGILL HAMMOND OSGOOD JOHN MANNING Boasting its best record in two years, the '41 Saurian tennis team, struggling to raise its sport to a major status, went through the season minus a regular coach. Led by combination Player-Manager-Coach Bob Beardsley, six earnest netters practiced diligently throughout the season, ln its first tive victories, the team was forced to come trom behind to Win. In the Georgia Tech match Florida was trailing tour games to one in the deciding doubles set, Doubles partners Harlan Dye and Beardsley desperately put on the pressure and proceeded to Win tive straight games to defeat their opponents. Six sophomores, Hammond Osgood, lohn Manning, Bob Threadgill, Charlie Kates, Beardsley, and Dye, and a lone junior, Clyde Higginbotham, made up the '41 roster. This year, for the tirst time, bleachers Were set up so that students could comfortably View Gator tennis matches. Next year the raclceteers hope to raise tennis tram a minor to a major sport. 15. ,Florida .l6 . . Florida lt! . . Florida 24. , , .Florida 3l . .Florida l . .Florida 2 . . Florida Stetson . . . Georgia . ., Colorado .. Furman . . Mercer .... . . .. Georgia Tech .... . . . South Carolina 1941 Scheffale Gainesville Gainesville Gainesville Gainesville Macon Atlanta Columbia Apr. 3 Apr. 5 Apr. l8 Apr. 22 Apr. 30 May 3 ,..,. Florida Florida Florida Florida Florida Florida Citadel . , . Georgia . . . Wofford . . , Mercer . ,...,... . . Emory and Henry Stetson ....,...,.. Charleston Athens Gainesville Gainesville Gainesville DeLand 644 Me .fllnfyi MERRILL WILI-IOIT TOMMY IVIHEITD APMIINI SMITH JIMIVIN' HUIIT Under the handicap of no coach at the start of the season, Florida's linksmen were forced to shift for themselves until Boxing Mentor Carlos Proctor took over the reins. Proctor inaugurated a ladder method of ranking the golfers, and a capable foursome was developed, consisting of Merrill Wilhoit, Tommy Riherd, Iimmy Hunt, and Armin Smith. With victories over Davidson, Mississippi College, and Alabama to their credit, the Gators Went into the Conference tourney' but failed to qualify in the opening round. However, when final standings were announced, Florida had placed seventh out of the 24 teams in the tourney. ln individual competition, Wilhoit reached the finals of the second-flight before being ousted from the match. None of the present foursome will graduate in lune, and when the '42 season rolls around, Florida should put one of the best teams in the Conference on the links. 26 .,... Florida 6 I . , . .Florida lil l ,,,.. Florida l8 . . . . .Florida l2 lO-l l . , Florida 7th Mar Mar. 29 Apr. Apr. 9 Apr. Duke .,.,..... 2l Davidson . ...,. 4 Miss. College . . U Alabama . ..... 6 IS.E.C. Tournevl 7941 Scfnecfufe Gainesville Gainesville Gainesville Tuscaloosa Athens Apr. Apr. Apr, Apr. May l4 l5 18 l9 3. Florida Florida Florida Florida . Florida 3 Georgia ..., l 5 7 Georgia Tech ll l2 Pennsylvania 8 l 4172 Rollins .,..... 3173 lil Rollins ...... 7 Athens Atlanta Gainesville Winter Park Gainesville Enilwk t C rift tire :ig ' Li Lay f Stanamg S T, Register The team got ott to an early start in October when one hundred and titty men answered Captain Rush's call tor try-outs. By competitive elimination the best shots at the University were selected as the squad. Manager Carter had booked 43 matches with all the leading college teams from Maine to Hawaii, 47 ot which were won, and one C5 man matchl lost. Records started falling in February. The undefeated ten man team set a mark ot 3830, eighty-tour points higher than any tormer Florida team. The tive man team ran up a l936, also a new high here. Elisha Coleman posted a 393 for high individual. The team loses by graduation only two, but two ot the best in Lake Coleman, the team captain, and Dan Boone. The eleven veterans due back say, "Watch our smoke next year." f'3t14lt,g lgt Crtstxell, lleirttii,-ers, Daugherty, Henry, Ramsey, DeLuca, M,erp, Ffpltu, E Coleman Seated --Davis, Logan, Capt Rtdenour, Capt Ifuzh, L CflE'VT'ClVl, Register, Cartcr. Register, Carter, and L Coleman l I Late Coleman, Capt Rush and O. M. Carter tttifpl. Capt Rtdenour, Lt Col Halloran, Capt Rush, coach, Lake Coleman, Capt Rifle Team fhattoml rf '- i I f'N.. n x 2: Yi f-'f'7W fl r4lffQSftFEfl3E Student fire,I.r tt l,i.r3m11rf3s i "Best year yetl" That was the declaration of Coach Carlos Proctor and Student Director Si l-lirshberg with regard to l94l's action-packed lntramural pro- gram. With fourteen sports, more than any other previous year, this year's lntramural activity reached a new high in fraternity, dormitory, and independent league participation with over 85 percent of the student loody athletically- interested. Leaders in the fraternity field are the SAES, dormitory leaders are the looys from Buck- man C, While independent honors go to the CLCs for a first in that particular league. lnnovations in this year's "all for sports and sports for all" program included a more effi- cient checkup and imposition of fines, better managerial handling of all sports, and the gen- eral continuation of improvement to justify the national reputation of lTlorida's lntramural sys- tem as the finest and most extensive in the national collegiate world. ,id MAJORS 3orrocls F-lorslsliw Druhies - -.-, .ic .--1 -C 1. i. C.. Buclzmon C Swimming Murphree I-l, Touch Football ww-At? IN THE MINORS... Szgmg Nu, Tennis Dcubles lrwvzncwkngz, Ping Peng Sing! Usdm ond Moyer, independent Pxng Pong DQUHQS C. L, O, Volleybdl Mnrpnree M, Trad, C I.. O, Hcrfeence Doubie . ,191 ' ,Q , ii U1 L. f s ii QS Unix B Q 6 SAE 'J ' : iq , 2, :QW I 4' . Q' ' Q . J Q wg- gh:-,fn .Q I -Xxtk ' K- . -lif- X Q-' 1... Q ,, ' '. 'A Y M. '. 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'i Q .n -cf f il ' ' 1 A 1 4 1 , ' - -an K I 4' '-., w "1 Nl Y 1 1 ,, -,nr 3-J, w.A If ' .ZF e -: V - -3 . U 1.4 -,ll 5 . ... I D W' I If 4 xr" 'Q x ,-,- L, w " p, it V., 1. lm- 4 F, 'Nd I' Q 'Fu-N P .,' ' .zu 1 H ' K nu - r 3 i c"' .5 n o ,il -L 'fl' 'Q -"3"'.!Q'f?' I -lg: - - GATOR GOVERNMENT THE BOSS PRES I DENT JCE-l N MCCARTY Student government at Florida had its handsomest chiet executive ot all time this year in Adonis-like President lohn McCarty. While a passive execu- tive compared to energetic predecessor Ed Hood, McCarty toreshadowed Brother Dan's gavel-swinging at Tallahassee with the fairest and smoothest job ot presiding Florida's Executive Council has enjoyed tor many a session. Known affectionately as l'?ather lohn" since agreeing to substitute in the cloth at the Chapel ot the lncarnation across from Language Hall, McCarty has headed a government Widely acclaimed by student groups as one ot the most powerful and independent the country over. But this year saw an alarming tendency loy the Board ot Control to step into student attairs and refuse to honor student appropriations. lt such continues unabated l7lorida's Fresh- man Week orators may well have to change their traditional spiel next tall. ADMINISTRATIQHNE S BE A VICE-PRESIDENT SECRETARY-TREASURER TGV. WAP EFIELD GIBSON FINLEY Administration in l:'lorida's student government got a break this year through addition of an elaborate cabinet, product of last spring's constitu- tional revision. Composed of five secretaries and numerous assistant secre- taries, the cabinet combines with the Vice-President and Secretary-Treasurer to give concrete effect to measures passed by Gatorlands legislators in Council assembled. Relieving the President of much necessary if somewhat distasteful routine, the administration boasts no few luminaries on its own score. To cite an example, Gibson Finley left administrative ranks to carry the Gator hopes for President Cunsuccessfully, to be surel after Uncle Sam had frustrated Wakefield's ambition of four year's standing. Cn the other side of the fence Goza was prominently mentioned for the post, while Ehrlich -highlight of this year's government-was nominated for the second suc- cessive time, for the second successive time to decline the nomination. CEX- Councilman Sherman got the job.--EDD T H E C A B I N E T nnsmon rnmncf DRGMIIZATIUNS muon socmi nrrnms for 1-gp l':,f ffrtfl t l,'A."'ll.'tV ffoilifi' Pat EIWtITtUtTllC'l Bob Parks William Gozo LEGISLATION Principal loranch of Eloridas government is its rnisnamed Executive Council, now wholly legislative in character. Composed of more than a score of solons elected from their col- leges in rough proportion to enrollment, the Council gives effect to its regulative authority over campus organizations and publications through its legislative grip on the student body purse strings. Under a criss-cross fire from faculty aggres- sion and Board of Control interference this year some of the councilmen seemed to quail in their defense of student rights, but Sinn Eeiners Nor- man, Nola, et al., raised so much hell over trans- ferring the Auburn game away from Gaines- ville as to elicit a faculty promise of at least four home games in future years. Money mat- ters are still to be Worked out, however, and next year's Council will have much to say as to Whether future "E" Books should stud the student loody constitution with question marks. Of this year's solons We nominate the follow- ing: Most Efficient and Diligent--Norman and lordan. Most Erratic-Norman. Cagiest and Laziest-Turlington. Most Courteous--Chris- tie. Most Talkative--Tench. Least Talkative- Eyre. Most Likely to Succeed in Politics CUncle Sam permittingl-McRae. ALBRECHT AVANT BAKER BETHEA BOYLES BROVVN CHRBTE CRUTCHFELD HUPWUCUTT JORDAN KUYKENDALL MCRAE MORGAN NOLA NORMAN ROOD STEWART STEWART, W ,Wi TENCH TUNJNCTON ZACHRY ZDANZUKAS A, , C THE COUNCIL Eli-lnnnr TCD YQU MEN here on our campus who have lived with us under the l-lonor System and who have Worked and played together in the spirit of honor and fair play common to all Florida men, We sincerely dedicate these pages. ALTHQUGH our l-lonor Code deals spe- cifically with stealing, cheating, and the CHANCELLOR passing of worthless checks, we feel that 'CPE 73FlifEl' MEMBERS College of Agriculture College of Education EEORCE Xl, EYl3'E HARRY lACl-SCN Schq?IIl1TXf?itecr:g3eH 'vw' College of Engineering Nw' rx 2 r. 'H lu w College of Arts Cr Science CAREY EARN SLN EE SIMPSQFJ College of Business Administ t FEPJJAIWN MOSS EUGENE WXTLI FF This year is the first time the l-lonor Court has used a seal. Developed loy one of the members, it is now used on all of the official decrees of the l-lonor Court. ER NEST ROSENTRET Em General College TOGEPS HOLMES l5'Al-Pl-l ENCLE College of Law JAMES Y Vr'll.SOlXl O iv Sin-.if S f ww!! E 2? "D K qi r rr i 5 ll ll 'E 'w,..ff'Q WGQ cf? Q Q 1 X X ef, Z! , ,W ' iw, S f Qt 3 .wi 6? Q may W PRESIDENT LYCEUM CCJUNCIL if -his id" ,.....-A FHL F-XE?-A PAT 'SAUNDEPS H P CONSTANS J E JOHNSON .,-fl ,"iF,'l'f' KVXI-'llxlf EJAVJL The Lyceum Council is the "Entertain- ment Trust" on the campus. lt endeavors to present a varied program in an effort to please all the students and to give them an opportunity to see and hear entertain- ers extraordinary. This year the Council presented the well-known United States Marine Bandg the Kryl Symphony Qrchestrag the duo- pianists of Carnegie Hall, tamed Vronsky and Baloing Russ Morgan and his "Music in the Morgan Manner"5 the inimitable Shelia Barrettg and Muriel Dickson, star ot radio and stage. 4 P V Qt-QCDtJ3t N' NNE E-iAiBlN PHYLI5 LYNNE -RUSS MGRGAIN VOCXXLIST '15 'Q Z if ATHLETIC COUNCIL t t As A A I OLIVER SIMARD PROP FRAZIER ROGERS BILL ROBINSON JOHN JOCA FRANI1' YINSI-IANIS DEAN MII I FI? IVFIYVAY B President .,.,. Frctnlc Yinshctnis Vice-President ,..,. Deon Miller Secretory ..,.,...I.. .lohn loco Member .... .... B ill Robinson Member ........ Oliver Simctrd Athletic Director. . .Percy Beord Fctculty Member ....I P. L. Reed Fctculty Member . Frdzier Rogers The Council serves cis ct medium through which students, professors, ctnd cithletic personnel work together to promote d better dthletic progrctm. Three ot its members ctlso sit on the University Committee on Athletics which hctd d mctjor potrt in resolving the codching chotnges this tgll. The body ctpproves cill expenditures mdde from student crthletic tees betore they otre referred to the Executive Council tor tinotl otction. BCARD OF STUDENT PUBLICATIONS EMIW F OVOMOOP POVYEKS DAY DOLBEARE BENNETT Seven solons who guide the destinies of University publications are the four faculty members and three elected students on the Board of Student Pub- lications. Chairmanned by a faculty member, the Board has complete control over all contracts, purchases, policies, appointments and awards. Under its faculty-dominated supervision come The Florida Alligator, The Seminole, The Beview, the HF" Book, and the Florida College Farmer, all profit- contributors to the ever-increasing publications reserve fund under Board control. Activity of the Board during the past year has been limited to signing con- tracts and approving policies, appointments and awards, but purchase of equipment out of heavy reserve funds has been more a dormant power rather than an active one. -vu 'Sfr Qm 'r-.1-71' :az THE EDITOR Ralph J. Blank .-. fe aiicilare edlfar Salp cure capers le, CGVVIGVG T-Elle lN'lal'llgne5 aln'l lust Ilddrn' the Iramerae hee ailaally been darn' that all year I94I lvlanagung Ed Lang whuzzes IIT lang enough Phalagrapher Fernandez appears here far To arder mare campalgn crrculars and See Zych, pm the ed fer xwulrl fav from hls that The Edular has everyrhlng undef pllls rendered, that he'5 eat ta get meh.- Canlral, lNI'e Iexe ,IDT lhriugh - -Ed I EDITORIAL STAFF EDITOR Ralph Blanle ASSOEIATE EDITORS Garden Flelechrnan, Ted Salp SPORTS EDITORS Seth Flax, Slllarl Newrnan COPY EDITOR Alfred Kahn IVIANAGI NG EDITOR Eduard lang ORGAN I QAT IONS EDITOR Bllll Mahoney INTRAMURALS EDITOR Ben Faglesen FEATURE W R ITERS Ellll Rega, Sarn Faure, Ed Burns, Davld lrlale STUDENT GOVERNMENT EDITOR PUBLICATIONS EDITOR I Catton Brown STAFF PI-IOTOGRAPI-IER Den VVGIS5 STAFF ARTISTS Franlf Fernandez, Asst QQ-earge Avanl Sam Turner! Relnwan MacDanell STUDIO RHOTOGRARHER Ralph Snernnger FRESHMEN ASSISTANTS Gene Usdun, lre5hman Iey NXllTl'IE'I', Charlea Roller, Douglas I. Slephens, VVIIIICIITI Lasa- rlyw, Gernrge Benlanwln, Lern Rell, Lv-lx 5 lnlarward, George Mflxflasler, Stan Llvlngslane Flelgrhman camps debrls an Blanlds deslx Freshman arrlel, MacDanelI, cuts paper the edltar I'I'OITIlffOIly tearg halr and dolly lpr Senwrnale dlvrslan pages. I-Ie'2 hallers far his wheel really dune harmless 5,-.. W., 'Q Efealmib 81.2. 2' I THE BUSINESS MANAGER Louis P. McCuller Eiuslness statf swamps Asslstant Buslness Manager Avant wrllt GHGHTIIQPIWE- lt tlfreyd lust da that to alzlvertlsersl BUSINESS STAFF EUSHXIESS MANAGER Laus P MCCuller ASSISTANT BUSINESS MANAGER Eearge Avant BUSINESS STAFF Harald lSitartl'r, Ralph Martln, Blll Grzmes, Clay Cadrrngtonf Jalwn Mannlng STAFF ASSISTANTS "Eur tltat beauty aueen l'll tale ten pages at ads," says Mavte Man Plml Anderson! Bull Clwarnplarn, Angus Sumner, Jael. Murray, Tam Ecananmgzuf Flay ager Rulwerls as super-sale-gmgn Eggrnarnau slwaws plenty Qt stutl ln Magulre, Dayle Carleton, Walter McRae, Btgllnby Weadacl., l-larner Stlll brrnglng pressure tn lrear. Mucl ples are bath a lwabby and a pri' tesslan te E Merrdetlw Hawlflns, the lad Plwitagraplwers l-lewrnan and Avant una gave sltape ta brarnstarrns and Statt Artrst Turner gets HW the ntaliwd - sltfslglt what was tu have been a gf Cl Eresnnlan ley VVll'll7GV! Gene Usdrn, produced aur rnarar dtvrstans er rs lwe sleepy? tincture "and fjllgrnlt target the liraltle fll.fG"'r3f'3l 'tw' 5 mai: l l dj iiligiiaiil at ircct ii it r r ljgwti tl-jrltt l 'ng iitity 1 one ot his ideas by Blank serves as tloorlamp, Macllenell plays with his preci f r it mr w i y Q weauties hef its paver doll- dxiiti'c Ferriandci tumes--result is cne m sf. ri' clivisien ldeas atc tormed, thrown avvav, and others take their place, arrangements are made with engravers, printers, artists, and Photographers to get the ideas in more concrete torm, then the co-operation ot some 3,500 other people is sought to get them at certain places at certain times to provide the concrete 'orms, photographs are made, developed, printed, and classitied, layout is plane ned, cut sizes are tigured and recorded, and layouts are drawn in the dummy to be tilled in with proots when they return trom the engraver, order sheets are made out, pictures are cut and pasted and sent to the engravers vvhere they go through more photographing, etching, and mounting to become copper plates, the copper plates are Sent to the printer where they are matched with copy which has previously had material gathered tor it, been written, edited, and re- written, type taces and sizes are selected, and set by complicated linotype machines and skilled operators who knovv just how much space to give each line, each word, and each lettery paper is choseny color ot ink is selected, proots are run ott and sent to the statt who read and correct them atter which they are sent back and the corrections made on the page torms, torms are locked together, presses begin to rumble and turn out thousands ot loose sheets in lift page sections, these sections are then tolded, signatures gathered by hand and sevved into book torm, the books are then backed by special machines and tinally the pages meet the covers tor the tirst time covers on vvhich designs have been submitted and revised countless times, on which colors, grains, and types ot materials have been caretully considered and which have tinally gone through an intricate process ot die cutting and stamping by huge presses, The covers are bound to the books by hand, the volumes packed in boxes and shipped to Qainesville. Their cost in cash, Sl4,000, in time and work and worry who knows. The circulation statt unpacks them and atter a tevv minutes ot stand- ing in line and S3 50 ot your activity tee "our" l04l Seminole becomes YOURS. 6 S.amin.,rli: statl hard at xyorl-5 minutes after picture yas ont r i l ri h rtl river latest hit til Seminole wit t?i shot the basement el Florida Union was empty wa A ft ff? .Q we , y S Vxgxx yi 1 .1 X ...Is :,, Q . VL.1V M tw' I 'fu' lf, u,l U FLORID RE IEW As usual, The Florida Review begins on its tray tc press with Editor-In-Chiet ALFRED KOHN scratchf ng his head as he attempts to write halt ot the Review lin lieu ot contributionsl while Stott Phe' tographer STUART NEWMAN, left, besieges Kohn with demands tor publication ot his "art.'l The smirlx on his tace is not accidental The orating taco in the right toreground belongs tc- DAVID HALE, editorial assistant, who declaims the merits ot hrs latest "literary" achievement with vehemence, verf bosrty, vim, vigor, vitality, and vociterousness. Rube lished tour times during the regular school session, the Review is written, edrted and generally com- piled by. . . ..,such lads as these, a typical portion ot the statt in a typical pose. Lett to right' BEN Icigaretor-im- pressiont FOGELSON, circulation manager, busy doing nothing as he contemplates a previous edition ot the Review, BOB SMITH, art stattman, trying to get in o vvord with the gleeful KOHN, to vvhorn the camera proved such an inducement that he actually torsoolz his "tunnies" tor a flash. Looking cheertul, probably because his latest tvvosliner vvas accepted, is Editorial Assistant DAVID HALE, bounded on the right tlant.. by LLOYD FLOOD, editorial board member, busy scratching something, Meanwhile. . . Here are the buzzarcls hfsllering "I told you so,'I or something lite that Editorial Assistant DON WEISS buzies in tram the Alligatcr ottitfg tn collabcrrate wth LLOYD FLOOD in running I-ohn's latest vvorlt into IIWQ ground That harassed tool on I OH N'S tiene tert tace isn't because his chect. trcrm home was late this yieet, either The mass of trash in the toregrounci is an irate reader's reaction to the Ixhcrle thing Revievv Notes Changed this year from o literary to a hurnpr publication, supported bw student tees and advertising, entirely titled vvith student contrlbutions, prose, poetry, and art worlt, STAFF . . . . . . .Alfred Kohn ..,..,RaIph Martin EDITOR ..........,... BUSINESS MANAGER ,. ASSISTANT EDITOR EDITORIAL BOARD: Ltcrya Flood, Charles ASSOCIATE EDlf .........BlII Rego Burnson, George Shaw, TORS, Sam Turner, ART EDITOR, Jim Mc- Dowell, MANAGING EDITOR FACULTY ADVISOR: Malcolm McGIasson FACULTY ADVISORY BOARD: Prot M Ei Anderson Prot William Lowry, Prot Fredf erect W Conner EDITORIAL ASSISTANTS: Stuart Newman, EXCHANGE EDITOR, Grady Drake Dcn Weiss, Robert Draper, Beetman Ctrttrett, David Hale, Homer Hooks, Henry Sorenson, I C. Brown, Ben Fogelson, Seth Flat-, Gene Usclsn ART STAFF: Bob Smith, Bob Schultz, Howard Gilberg STAFF PHOTOGRAPHER: Stuart Newrnan BUSINESS STAFF: Charles Rephart, ASSISTf ANT BUSINESS MANAGER, Bert Hunn- cutt, ASSOCIATE BUSINESS MANAGER Bill Champlain, CREDIT MANAGER BUSINESS STAFF ASSISTANTS: Ben Fcgels- r son, CIRCULATION MANAGER, Louis Nola, John Roauemore, Harold Nett, E" Lang, Shanlfie Hunter, Franlt Pittman, Jerrti Brown, Osborne Bryant, Melvin Sabsh.n, Marvin Iiranz, Louis P McCuIler, Fronts Ralrner, Bill Notting Over in the "blacI and red" 'rncetly redi depart ine-nt, Busrness Manager RALPH MARTIN, seated center, assumes a drgnitied business-like air to CII' iompany his icb while Associate Business Managt BERT HUNNICUTT, Iett, tabulates the tinancial tors so date ---e or something CHARLIE RERHART, Ariel dnt Business Manager, grins gleetully at Martin as he shovvs him the inch and o halt ol advertisng lie X sciueezed tram some unsuspecting merchant NOW, the Review can go tc press it, . , i f 1 'I . i . ,, ,,,, Y ,- A , fs V Y-strc. -,pi it ,...nIs cren UI Fior.da lyeviot iII,Igiii-1' -to it I would aunt posing tor pictures and start getting ,- rn. advertising tctuote Martini, Lett lu right IOHI i-QOOUEMORE, LOUIS NOLA, BILL CHAMPLAII, BEN FOGELSON, RALPH MARTIN, JEFRI BROVII seatedl, CHARLES IIEPHART, BERT HUNNICUTT seatedt, HAROLD NEFF, OSBOF' NE BRYANT, aw BILL Il-IOWlClrl'IG'QEI-'IT REGA Ani li If tfttl' :ll the Review if ki Y XJ U' V 'me,'f'5g?yw'f1, " ,X . ff gs . 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NATIONAL ADVERTISING SERVICE, INC 'Q ' ' ' ' , 552.3 fi., ff, ' 1-ff' ,lj Xi. f'7J -yi-io., .ai . -' f f I COLLEGE PUBLISHERS REPRESENTATIVE 420 MADISON AVENUE NEW YORK N Y CHICAGO - BOSTON - LOS ANGELES - SANIFRANCISCO 1940 Member 1940 ASSOCIATED COLLEGIATE PRESS Distributor of COLLEGIATE DIGEST Member of FLORIDA INTERCOLLEGIATE PRESS ASSOCIATION "Ili" V, EDITORIAL STAFF Bill Rega .,., .,....,,., ,... , . ,. ,. .......... . .,... ,.., , , ,,., ,.,,.., ..... A s sociate Editor . Alfred Kohn 4, ..... ............ .,.. .,..................., . , , ..,. Associate Editor j X7 John Cotton Brown .,... .,., A ssociate Editor jf, Ben Fogelson ......,.... ...... ......,,..,,i4. N e ws Editor ', ff!! Stuart Newman .. ,..... . ..,, Co-Sports Editor .' gygyf Seth Flax , ...,... ,.,, , ,. ..,, , .....,,,.,....,,., ,..., C o-Sports Editor , . f Q, Phil Goldman ..,,., , ,,,,. , ....,,,....... .,,.... . , ..,.. .... 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TP- ' , ' " Wil 'AM' f M-H ml WM" N4 .www fxff 3 q-mir. 35 R EWS N 35- -'iw K' N A wx-f , 4'-3" . .' ',,. z ffs, J ' N x W f 1 ' N 1.1 .. ,. Q .. , M, ,UMM 5 I -K ww 556 ,, - ,V 'ic ,U qw, ug Mu, ,lr 3354.4 F V, ,iA.,wiiy.z.L4 ,J ,Vi ,y - Ai-gk X -. ,. K v VV in Wi? . XE 'M Q1 . Qi mn if .T Q M it -mx- r N B A- f --4' WXLPE-I DALE, hit-Th-hiting editor of the "F" Book, hard ot xiiirl. thinking up axe and means of telling the treshmen whot's whct in University life at Florida, iii -in the iipperclnssmen QCP: LANifi0lN., 'F fficiel business Vnanager, nggiyorisihle for iiitil - firi' ts and lffef tolli lot leostl in ptihlicotwiri ct the "Sf 1-Llit X 1' lninj ftilgl 'of n1 The 'F' lvoiil. Ieonf 'tt eaih -.ear cmi ng i " A nr .Att tio! riihiiiot fins 51 4 '41 ASSISTANT EDITORS iii. Q ii ri r 7 rn N.f'i'al if 'fi i Llfixii Fit i John Cotton Bruin l' Er. V: Bill Nfzrrnah Q I lone Bill Partain T ' 'nz Wt ii Iefie-ui l 53 i ll Newett Traditionally tagged lThe Preshmans Bible", Florida's 1941 edition of the HF" Book was highlighted by a few novel and notable sectional additions, an event that through the years has been outstanding in its absence. lncorporated into Dale and Lamsons baby-in-book-form was a cover design selected following a campus-wide contest, a map of the University, printing of the student body constitution in large type, dedication of the volume to a student in place of to a faculty member, a mf-low To Study" section, a dormitory residence directory, a chapter on student employment, all in addition to the customary sections concerning University history, rules, regulations, restrictions, etc. Service performed by the "F" Book to the student body is extensive. More than presenting first year men with a com- paratively concise word-picture of University life, it serves as an all-time useful handbook for Florida Men to use in following and determining the workings of their student government and in the general conduct of their daily life while on the campus. Yells, songs, college activities and functions are presented in the diminutive edition, this year boasting more than 150 pages. Work on the book is done during the summer vacation months, distribution ordinarily scheduled for the first week of each regular school year. An editor and business manager are elected in the student body spring elections, serve until the following spring elections, although their work is, in the main, completed before each school year gets under way. Dale and Lamson are editor and business manager, respectively, of this years edition. The paper bound volume is paid for irom student body funds supplemented by advertising obtained by the business manager. w-,Mu X ' - X - . x ED m mf N W! X Y wa., 1 " X, f 7 WWW 1 X U X X f ix My f 'bi W 'W ij ? '2E"'DEN-f Z ls f- 1 x IIIPHH EPSIIIIII IIEITH f:,":-'V ani EOR LE EIPADY ENGLE I-IOLMES HOWELL JULIAIKJO I-AMINSI I IAPLAIXI MACKLER REGISTER Alpha Epsilon Delta, the only pre-medical frater- nity on the University of Elorida Campus, was in- stalled April 4th, l93O. The fraternity is honorary and members are selected on the basis of scholarship, medical interest, and character. There are thirty-two chapters in the United States and the organization has long been recognized as the largest pre-medical fraternity in the country. Alpha Epsilon Delta is not only an honorary fra- ternity but is also a service fraternity in that it aids pre-medical students in covering the long and te- dious path in the direction of an MD. degree. lts program consists of lectures, medical films, trips to medical schools, hospitals, and other institutions of interest to pre-medical students, and an annual pre- medical banauet. lts most essential element is that it has helped to bridge the gap between pre-medical training and the school of medicine. OFFICERS President ...,. Sherman Kaplan Vice-President. . .Alfred luliano Secretary ...,. Gene Cummings Treasurer ......... .Ed Maclcler Historian .......... .Iohn Boyle Faculty Advisor Asst. Dean W. H. Wilson X will M .,FSn e PA rL n SP.CILETAILY Q Eg: s 1 ,Q-wi, r! 1,92 :ff ' . 1 vw ik ,WK Y e , , 0 , 74 0 ,S if XXI ,l.:'i'i ""3' AQ GSX 45' 1 v X L.gNGLA ELT -K IAfE!.LlTSCllGl Vuce-,Dues XXx Qu Z X J Q Illia sxulN.j.,MATnenLv 59 QD. MSD H umm wx !Pn.LsloLl1' 'F-NFVHTTLH fflfbriuwgmn. 21,6-ZELDILIDGE fffmmff S my 1 'NN .Qi 1,5 v f x f 5 Y GN QXXI.-Xllones 'H.fC.el-X LS FLST 'W.zF.fH o F P M A A Wmensnnzn. , , , 4"'x X. 9 ,W qw F fL.iM. E n.v u N lg. .-,.'. ff 22 f ,I m-. mmumnorl X Q l'gfn.4'STONE-. U Tl-E U- A QL LL . El e e S e K 1 , My if 1L,QN.fu.lC.1LLlT"IL VK V ' QNWFQNHTTINQ N.QF5CAPPLeMAnfM- : C,1KbySH5pMLD'h QMJ... LL A K 9 IIIPHH PHI IIIIIEIIII CS' lv- 2 'N Eff f 1 Q5 Q Th-1 ' fi I- VFI- 'SICQE COCVRELL DAAIXIE DUNCAIXI, D. DUNCAN, J. I2 I 'I II, ICF? IEVEPETTE FAPAESEE GRAHAM H!-XLLGCIS HAWKINS I1C,'.'EQ JE EIT MrITAE NEFF VVEIL OCALLAHAN Iifilffiti iiimriiaii SMITH, iq SMITH, Te. SoRENSoN STILL 'I If'IIII F I I TUITI IXIISTOISI VVEAVER VVEBER Alpha Phi Qrnega, national service fraternity composed of ex-scouts, was founded in l925 at Lafayette College, Easton, Pennsylvania. Tau chapter OFFICERS was installed at the University of Florida April l3, 1931. Today there are more than IUU chapters of the fraternity in all parts of the country. The organization has a four-point plan of service involving service to the student body on the campus, service to the youth of America and to the world, rrervice to the rneinloers of the fraternity, and service as participating ffitiiens of their state and country. Horner Still and Don 'Ed Everette represented the local chapter as official delegates at the national convention of the fraternity which was held in ln- dianapolirz during the Christmas holidays. President ..... Homer E. Still, Ir. lst Vice-Pres.. .Preston Cockrell 2nd Vice-Pres. .Vernon Quigley Secretary ..... Don Ed Everette Treasurer .,..... Harold H. Neff l-listorian ......... Rob S. Smith Sgt.-at-Arms ..... Roy W. Smith Alumni Secretary . Fred Hallock --v Y ww t .5 9 1 gg, s ! ' it 'Sic Q dv 5 -- YI' J N ,gr ,is ' 5 vi X 'Y fr- J. FPU91' IN! 1.0. Mm e ,. 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Cunningham, as an honorary agricultural fra- ternity. lts object Was, and is, to promote the profession of agriculture, to establish, foster, and develop high standards of scholarship, character, leader- ship, and a spirit of fellowship among its members. The Florida Chapter Was established in May, lQ2'Z. lts members are selected from the outstanding students in the upper division of the College of Agriculture. Character, ability, and a scholastic average in the upper two- fifths of the class are required. The organization aids deserving students, presents awards to outstanding seniors, and assists other organizations in carrying out Worth-while agricul- tural projects during the year. BETH HIPHII PSI fw- NOLA RATLIFF INGLEY RANDALL BABB BLOOM DANDELAKE DeLANY ISTED MCCRILLUS MARTIN SMITI-I WILLIAMS OFFICERS Eugene F. Batliff ....,............. President Herbert A. lngley ...... ..... S ecretary Louis Nola ................... Vice-President Burr I. Bandall, Ir. . . . ,.,.. Treasurer Permanent Vice-President. . .Dr. D. M. Beights Beta Alpha Psi, honorary and professional accounting fraternity, was installed March 26, l938, on the University of Florida campus. The fraternity consists of twenty National Chapters in all leading schools of Business and Accounting throughout the country. The purpose of Beta Alpha Psi shall be to encourage and foster the ideal of service as the basis of the accounting profession, to pro- mote the study of accountancy and its highest ethical standards, to act as a medium between professional men, instructors, students, and others who are interested in the development of the study or pro- fession of accountancy , to develop high moral, scholastic, and profes- sional attainments in its members, to encourage cordial intercourse among its members and the profession generally. I-LB. DOLBEARE 5. FLANAGAN H. Police Q.. gnvwsn. 9. DIETTRICH 0.50l1fci Kicjmci Q' vommercv mferurfq 0. QWEET 6.Tv2u+. C.. CREAI. 2101114 HMT L. PHILLIPQ C. MOFFETT Cn. QOMERS J. GATE9 L- MORQILL Q.. BENNETT N. BCOTT I-I. INCILEV L- DAVI9 f. 1 'f-J Q x x 1 Lf N .QX ,. ,Q 4.x-X 'NN XR way , , V w I! f' x x fb Xxx! x .xxx QD Jag 5 S3533 SK 'ici Q Hingis 353 . . Q , 'Wa J . 1 ' 1 .',-Q, , J. . .,:..x x 'j:.n't.-. , Un . ,': Q51-'4.-Z I I, 1 1 ,I' inf, J Ay ,'f,. n Lyilwg mfg. ' K. .0 s 5. r f"?ii'- fr -511535522 ' Jia 4 S K i uh mf 23 5 VN " N xc Q4 SIGIIIII IIIU OFFICERS Charles M. Bralietield .,.,..... .4..... P resident Vincent H. Vifaldin ..,.. .... l fice-President William M. Leman ,...ii,......,....., Secretary Walter lVlcDermon I Raoul S. Dobyns I Ernest W. Rosentreter ....... . ,..,. .... T reasurer .Corresponding Secretaries Edwin N- Cobb I .... Historians George W. Gilmer I I I ' Sigma Tau, national honorary engineering traternity, was tound- ed at the University ot Nebraska, February 22, l9U4. Since that date it has grown until at the present time there are twenty-three chapters hav- ing a nation-wide distribution. Up- silon Chapter, ot the University ot Florida, was established in l923, being the nineteenth chapter. To be eligible tor membership, one must be in the upper third ot the students ot the College ot En- gineering. l-lowever, selection ot members is based upon demon- stration ot those gualities which are regarded as being essential to en- gineering success, namely: prac- ticality, sociability, and scholarship. Sigma Tau endeavors always to be ot service to the college. Among the service projects during the past year were the sponsorship ot the Freshman Award, Engineering Day Cup, and the annual Engineers Ball. Smaller projects are carried out during the year tor the purpose oi bettering the grounds and build- ings ot the College ot Engineering. The chapter also maintains a loan fund which is used to assist worthy seniors who are in need ot financial aid to complete graduation. ln addition the national organization maintains a graduate scholarship. 'iw HIIM EF' I El U lNfX I, D I It-I LEMXXT I NIV t.tEI"Ii.'IQI I IGEJEEI 'II-'I' I TI .,.J- . IJJIAII-L ALISIH-IECI II BIQIEJEIES CAI-3 IEIJ CXXSTELLAI ICI CLAIQI E EDWNZIDS EVANS, J Evfws, T Fmmr GOIVIEZ HE I DT I-I E I M H I G H HIMES JONES I EMP I GCI-I IsUYt.ENDAl.L MORTO N E-WOPE WAL t- EI? . -A V Q V- Q . ll U ', S r y K kr ' Q ,X Lp. ,F ' 3 T LA.'.fE LAQOIQEZI JACI JOHNSON FIJAI-II MALONEY J I RUEE MITCHELL MAISID BOB CHAPMAN IVAN ODLE CHAPTER ADVISOR MARSHAL CLERK JUSTICE VICE JUSTICE TREASURER FACULTY I MAP VIIQ I ELLEI A JOHNSON E C OATES E W WELCH AL DRIOOERS Jr W DYSON JOE OEICER JI'.I ILSOIQ E COIILEE JIM FEI-'NAIJDE1 LEO FOSTER BILL GAY CLARENCE THACIQER TOM LEEEVRE BOB CASEY Phi Alpha Delta, national honorary and professional legal fraternity, was founded in l897 at the University of Illinois. Since that time it has followed a policy of conservative expansion and has placed chapters in 52 of the leading law schools in the United States, and in many of the larger cities alumni chapters have been installed. The purpose of the fraternity is to foster scholarship and fellowship, and to encourage its members to live up to the ideals and standards of the legal profession. The University of Florida Ohapter, named for the late Senator Duncan U. Fletcher, was established in l9Z4 and since its installation has attained a dominating position in this state and on the University campus. GTEQ. J. DANIEL6 I-IIHTORIAN 'LB' Doo' C- B9-OWN B. Mecmuev 0 0 6 mm Qt am' 6 .. ., ,.,. - A 'X X s ,A V :V in 4 1,'Q . Q.cuMMn-me E, Qmb J. GQICABV R.WlLKEN9 H. GQAE':9LE R QAWVED.. R. Mownv Os v MM" 'crrzop N Q 0.5 J ,f QA , Q D. GREGORY J . WILLIAM? E. NEU7OlMl W . GQIFFITH T3 WALKEP. W- CIDIMEQ fumes Osvnn. Cut. Wnutr-'mo If-TLT. Cnsv 2'1'L1.Cmusruu IUSMLG. lsrso Gibsons Pdf., Or-Pac:-as Comwmnnmc W 1.2 Comvauv H Sscouo Rnc,uMcNT P -DD0 fl Snabharh aimahz H flsi H Kguy PNNL. ' ' Gsmmuu Ymsnnms Nnuomu. Ouaulzarnon Founusn m I904 nr ' THE UNlviI.sl1'Y or Wisconsin LocAL Convnuv Fouunso m i920 Kurtz Housmesv. PAW "T" M""""' Hnamuson Snort lt ESE WITTEILS L1.Coo.. Cuuc l.1.CoL. Hnuonn l'r.f.ol.. RING lt Col.. Lucas SMOAK BAKED. Wung MEKAY Nou Cunn: Mnsssv Wmnnu. Swann Buss Bmvucxsa. if QsMn.LE'r - TFZEA9 QQ. - Y ED lTOQ. 6WEGER - PQE6l DENT IGMIX PQQI'-'E 'Ml ONAI. x ff- ' ,. f f sm- my 5 ' 4 f -. L 5. f - - 4 5 FOUT9 CAQEV - V. PQE6. ll EI-TD JOURNAL! 6M vv -. . A BALDWIN f 1 - - QL X? F Q ATEQN . X-7 gy 'Ty 'M ' fi 4 I-:ALE - ssc.. l X 2,:f O - :i 1, W I , x,,. A , . g f ":' BQ Vvllvc I 1 , 31 900529 W' , X If I n ':... 4 ... ff " .F 'T ' 1' 752377. ' , "' S - 1 -f- ' -L l TAVLOIZ. ' ' ' ALEXANDER 'JTENQTROM WEl'Js f1.TuQueQ H-WIIZIOIBXRIQI ABRICULTIRI-H TQACHER5 FIEA'E2Rlt!TF SKMMONS SUGGS BRANDON BROXK N CRUTCHFIELD FOLSOM GUNSON NXCCALL REVELL RUMPH WILBANI S WILLIAMS WINCEY G H m m Elo ORAQYICHIE ICHLHRATEREITI3 S l I- U n bang. All-3l'ECHT BV'ESI,Ei'1 DXRANE H 'f 'NA If i- EMP Pl HAI 4EN NEAIQPXXSS AI IH I I'ElQfD SWOPE WMD! N Roland B. Eutsier Manning I. Dauer .,... i fm?-4. .- v 5 ...r,..., fleurs 9 ,Q ,eggs- . Tw' 'g g is mi 3 ARONOVITQ ELEM! NG Charles Brokaw, . Frank Dusyn ...., NATIONAL HONORARY SOCIAL SCIENCE FRATERNITY Membership Composed of Both Students and Fcrculiy . . . , , . A , . . . A . President Alan Brackett. . . . A I . , . Secretary . . , .ViceePresident Simon Rothstein. . , . A Troa:-.iiror STUDENT MEMBERS .41 ,a, 9'5" ..,, nr, ,un L. BPACIQ ETT I-JATLIFE CASHWELL COFXI1 l,lfII1!, CYPEN GAY I-LOTHSTEIPI WAIJ' ER YOUFYI i I-?ATi,lEE HHPPH HHPPH PSI NATIONAL HONORARY BAND FRATERNITY ALPHA EPSILON CHAPTER A , , . . . , r.President Vernon Whiting. , . . , . . .Secretary . . . .Vice-President Robert Munnelei . . . . . . .Treasurer 'Ulm M... BOUGHMAN BROKAW DUSYN JACKSON PARKER REMINGTON FOWLER DOUGHERTY MOORE i'1 ' li . 'Um 'L-.'-F, 4 . r'.1 'F I , ' r 1, . ul. K1 ' 'igibf .I . . wig 5, 4 .. : I -9: MA- Q ,J li. 1 Q., Q "'5vQW'f A ' '11 FZ' 'Q v . Q -5' 4 f- .Jr 4 'Q'.,'h - 'J Y '- w v-1, 1 TH. , 1 ., ,Y ,QP ' A "tiff 'OTA- ' fr-,J I '. - 1 ' Q - " trim' ,tif - . f'9w N? T .s . 1-, VI-. ' . 0375? f,l R m is 1 Q I Qs. . , . 4 . x. n , lsuwlq 1' ,' V . 1 :- .Wf b A . 0" c .gl ' I sr . w . 4 X f it . ,J ,Q - I v ta' H' . A N. ,J "? 9BF'Li 'v M5 ' J'.y?" Qtr ,N 1 Q A . V. E "Y Y , go. - - ' .-"ll-1 -. 4, 1 JI' ' 1 ' -0 'i'- ,1 1 V. T I ,- N 1'--, A W ww, MLW! 1 ,-4. 1 Ie I 'K ,.,, ,x J LW, 1 .--. - . .'k . ,, , . sjl 'w-If' 'EW n -v 5,- gr. . 1,1 - ' . 3, rgffif -mv 'Y 'v 0 f ' I alafzjcfa Florida students could easily get along Without Language l-lall, or the University auditorium, lout they could no sooner do Without Florida Union than without occasional trips to Talla- hassee. F Ideal for studying, ideal for activi- ties, ideal for playing, Florida Union is always full of students, from early morn till the last lights go out in the Seminole office in the still earlier morn. The lousiest rooms in the building are in the lcasement, where pulolica- tions men Worli a little and perhaps play pool a little in the game room. Cn the first floor are the information loooth, propaganda office, and loeau- tiful Bryan Lounge. Religion and learning are featured one flight up. YMCA offices and the well-stocked reading room offer in- spiration to the busy B.M.O.C. or to the greenest freshman. On this floor, too, Claude Murphree is Wont to STAFF u Zlnian soothe the savage breast, as he plays the Union's electric organ. Campus big-wigs blossom torth on the third tloor. Cratory at some ol the Executive Council meetings would make Daniel Webster bow in shame. The dignified, austere Honor Court assembles in solemn conclave in its paneled courtroom. Disc-chords on the third floor come trom the Carnegie Music .Apprecia- tion set, with the best that the masters have to offer. Not many people take a chance on going up to the tourth floor, tor tear ot getting lost. No Wild animals greet the venturesome, though, since the rooms are used only by the lnstitute of Inter-.American Attairs. That's as high as the Union goes, but that's high enough. From the first time a "rat" gazes Wonderously at Billy Matthews' untiring smile to the last time he visits the campus, Florida Union remains the epitome ot the Florida Spirit. POINTERS FROM A CI-IAMP IN TI-IE GAME ROOM SODA FOUNTAIN REGISTER WI-IERE TI-IE MONEY GOES My EASTERN TRIP MID-WESTERN TRIP SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION TOURNAMENT .. 'ia . hqgu . , I 9 J . -I we-df EI Prod BIII Grrmes Eernord Fuchs Rnchdrd Anderson John Flenwrng John C Brown GRAND EASTERN TOURNAMENT FLORIDA TRIP 949 .1 au? 'Q ,K N'f,'JTIjIT Argrm I: Sdneg Aronowt: Ernest Rugby Art Courshon Eh J rr Ifjrmn Poloerr Tench Gordon Knowles AI Cone THE SQUAD l ap AN -J 'ff CQ Fvrrrrwe-2 Cypcn Dexter H S Foster R. I-I Mortun J. A. Nonrs Vnrsg Pnqc-rf, R L Swope Benmont Tench Bob Threodgrll P. K. Yonge GEORGIA-SOUTH CAROLINA TRIP I I M ,. we if James Rush Jrm Bryan Warren Gaadrrcn Wm Laearaw FLORIDA TRIPS 'W 4 Pnrl Anderson Gene Usdrn Jack Murray Ansel Wnttensfesn ALABAMA TOURNEY Ivlye 5 rv .V rf, Z hr 1 Y 'I W COACHES It jfxblfj Seth Flax James McDowell SQUAD James Bramby Joe S. Floyd Paul E Geisennaf Artnar E I-Iapkm PD.E'7lDE NT ,us-.-I V . , ,,,J I Q, TVLANDEQ. BUQ. MCIQ. . ca in ROBERT? fb' 99 oycgw Q Tunnel-- nllamfiifq of qlcwicfa ' ' 66104 Eancf "WE ARE THE BOYS FROM OLD FLORIDA" OWEN PILLAIXIS BILLY BIRTI-IISEI. IM WX' .Q gm lx DICIK REMINGTON EIVIORY DIAMOND JACIK FROST Busnmess Mgr, Assistant Busmess IVIQV IJLIIJIICIW Chairmen MUSIC FOR PSCW. IQ DE WITT BROWN, Dwrecrq 5 0 ROSTER Oboe: J I D-nIe J Ii I-nrjrriers Bassoon: A F Lexus Clarinetsz Iicrnurfj M Beach Il C Tcrrpen F S Mobenee FI VI EJO"IF'LIVIT Flutes: T F HQ:eII George D Amnr R M VXIJJICIIITFPIW Percussion: L H Guthrue A Fi f'jQIdIgIerg Philip Fusher BUSINESS MGR. A I Violins: Violas: Tuba: A fr I I' FrrJnI S Duregrw Orff JGCISOII J 1" fn II' I,:-urrGI'd Iteggil , ,J I., ,M Filwrxnro' BeII Tfumpefsi W 1 I I cfIr.3rI.-' f.,I4,Q,-,,e, CI'rQrIew H BroIQxx r,,rr,fxr1 Y . A I I3 F?QnQI1r'nQn I " I JJ Cellosz JIJI-VJ"-I ' Imlererr HnIr:Iwrrr n French Horns: l "' IXIr'f Mgrgqrer Smrrn ffIIr3rIce D Snerrnon IJ? rj.3ff,II E Qgpbb Vr.rlIrQrn Burnng '-rf J I-JJ we J M .mwfnnr .I J I IIIQIC ' M 3"-UI M 15, Virginia Hughes 'NN H FIerQIwer VJ'-'Vi'-'AVI ' . G E Sffbrrrwg ' ,J rm- I-Ingn Bass Violins: JJ lair 'JIHT NAIIIIUIU I' Igrr Trornbonegg I rrf N' IIJI Fred A ErL1.I ine J F IVIr3r3re fr "J 'YYPHLIJ VI J W. Hosford D C Fowler fl IFIIIIV F H, Broiell V W Whnney PRESIDENT DIRECTOR I II III II-O.. Il 55"-Rf IJ, I I I YT' 3. 6, -v-af . A 1 Q-th , pf, '. y i6w'm'..S VI IAI-'LES EHOI AW LFQIXIAPD IXIEFSE VICE-PRESIDENT I I I 1 ST I I I J If' I, HLJICI-IIIIJSON CHARLES SHERMAN FRANK DLJSYN I I , 14' rf 1.n7"'J, ASST. BUS. MGR. PUBLICITY MGR OFFICERS Ist Semester President ...........,..,..,. Bob Anderson Secretary .... ,.... J ohnnie Bethea 2nd Semester President .... ., ....,,.... Johnnie Bethea Secretary .... ...,.,.. P au! Rogers Director .......,. ..... P aul E Geisenhot Faculty Advisor .... ..... H P Constans 1' ililnriha lagrrzr Comedy! Drama! Mystery! Farce!fShaw! Maxwell Anderson! Milne! George M. Cohan!eThree major productions! Nine oneeact plays! Weekly radio dramas! Thus did the, Florida Players uphold their tradition oi bringing to the university the best in the modern theater, coming through with successe ful shows on every count. The one-acts brought many new faces to Florida audiences, thus serving their purpose ot a training stage tor future actors and technicians. Nation-wide honors as the tirst college group to present plays in Army camps went to the Players as they journeyed to Blanding with their second one-act bill. Both Your Houses, Maxwell Andersons Pulitzer Prizeewin- ning satire, was accorded the comment ot being one ot the best campus shows in many a moon. Yet, it remained tor Shaw's Pygmalion to be hailed as the Hbest production by the group to date." Postponed because ot illness, a sube stitute feminine lead from Stetson Cwho did a swell jobJ-neither prevented a four-night whit" The tinal production, Golden Boy, should ring down the curtain on an entertainingly fine season. Uhr llilnriha WHHPYB 'T F2313 Ulhiu in tu rrrtifg that hauing fulfillrh all Ihr nrrraanrg rrquirrmrnta, is num an artiur mrmhrr nf Ihr Zlilnriha Elagrrs, unh ia rntitlrh In all Ihr rights sinh pri11i!PBP5 nf Ihr afnrrauih urganizatinn. Jn ulitnraa Ihrrrnf mr haur art nur signaturrs thin Ihr hug nf AB- 19 ff' A .L2252-by ,h , Bran nf Llnllrgr uf Ani' Drirurrs Q rm' rn r J 7 . Ciba!-I latullg Ahutnrr ' lu' 5 GCEJR-,Bl QPFFPIBFU Back Row, Lett to Righti Bob I-lottrnan, Leslie Douglas, ten Eclitield, J B Pringle, Shaw Foster, Ralph Dale, Ted Meyers. Front Row, Lett to Right: King Caddoo, Paul Rogers, Bob Anderson, John Bethea, Tom Heath, John M Johnson MEMBERS P Glad OFFICERS Edward Gay Martin, Ir, . . . .,,..4. President Iames N. Young .... ...,.,..... T reasurer Sam Proctor .,...,....... . r.... .Vice-President Charles Burnson .... .....,........ R eporter Willard E. Caldwell ,..................,. Secretary Iulian Morse .................. Recording Secretary Dr. I. D. Haygood ........,.,.,.... Faculty Adviser lr' ' .Q K ,' was I 9 Xi BICICS CREWS EVERETTE FITZPATRICK HAYGOOD KURLAND LITHERLAND MARTIN PROCTOR ROBINSON THOMPSON WALKER JACKSON ANDERSON YOUNG ZDANZUKAS MORSE I The Peabody Club of the College of Education originated on the campus of the University of Florida in l9l2. The years since that time have seen the character of the club change from that of a debating society to that of an ac- tive organization intimately related to the teaching profession. Many of the educational leaders of Florida, and of the nation, have come from the Pea- body Club. l939 saw a significant change in the composition of the club, membership is now extended to all students preparing for the teaching pro- fession. The main purposes of the organization are the promotion of professional fellowship and the broadening of professional outlook and interest. BILL ANDEPSON HUBBARD BIGGS CHARLES BURNSON OWEN BURNSON WILLARD CALDWELL POI' CPEWS ROBEPT DRAPER DON ED EVEPETTE F H FITZPATPICK OCTAVIO GARCES HARRY JACKSON ARTHUR JAFFE BERNIE KURLAND SAUL LEVINE ALLYN LITHERLAND EDWARD MARTIN JULIAN MORSE SAM PROCTOR VERCIL RAMACE VICTOR RIDDLE BILL ROBINSON MARVIN ROOKS WENDELL THOMPSON BIRON WALKER JAMES N. YOUNG VINCENT ZDANZUKAS FRANK ZYCH QPWUT BOD9 All N-L'AM!l.iChN DINNER PRESIDENT - BILL I.lPPol.D,JQ. VICE -PRESIDENT- DAVE ME VOS' J . E . JOHNSON GENERAL QECIZETAIZY I . MIND SUNDAY CABINET BREAK FAST EECQETNQV ' EI2IC MILLS,dI2 . Tl2ElX9UI2El2 ' Immun BROVLE5 ANNUAL TALLY' G'VlLl.E CONFERENCE ANNUAL nu. ran:-mm :mo IL ' , 5 5' fu ,-',J 123921 JQT' A P Z J .ix as 1'4gd1i':.a?:-151 :4f,.:S:4x!Q3319,.,.1mdfa'9w F.vv. momomooa BOARD of DIIZECTOI25 ' CI-IAIQMAN - 'fum-lc-Ib 'OFF CAMPUS RETREN' gayzidi Slacfeml' 'Zfnian L LF, me-Left to Iirghf' Sobrrr LGI'idI'y, Student Secretory, Bull Woodword, Femell Worrem, Proulx Comlon, Srl! Normor1,GeorQe A rl L fl Eweretre EMI Smrth Mrddle RowWLeft To Rrglwti Moorrce Mercolf, Fred Trddle, Bull Amdereorr, George Srmms, Jrmmy r in re Jmrm fpurrgemberg, Jrmm, Young From Foxx-Left To Rrghfi H-:1rryThoroe, Tomrm Lunsford,Stom11irdDoreey, Lorry ard Darien Wwileq aaumfalian mffymrlnin the campus willing to sign the card. To become an 'S Sum rfwigtw 1,22 tsp? it A' Y E25-"'sAs'bwrf M, we-T' G: X wf-.gym STUDENT DEACONS AND ELDERS, 1940-41, FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Bail Rott Left to Ptght Jtnitny Conn, Garnett I-ltclinian, Pet Roden, Robert Aucreniann, Charles t-tanittton, Michael Vl'ltt,l'glrjIlE, Mile Stephens, Carroll Cobb, Bill Clarl Bob Mcfullofh, Grayson En:.ign, Ernest Casseres, Adrian Daane Third Ptliw Lett to Eight' George Gramf niet, Arnold W Dean, tart Hansen, Manton Fnerson, John Patterson, lr, Franl Stetson, Bob Beardslev, Get' Cooley, Patt Eddtttgw, Arthur Faljtrtel, ,toe Williams, John Benton, Osborne Cfoclrrell Fred Atrras Second Row--Lett to Right' Sam Gthhon-5, Bill Chanirwltn, John lofia, Wm lava, Thomas Langston, "'Preo'iher'f Gordon, E O "O:uahf' Mit ay, Toni Patterson, Hugh Robinson, Fred Etenier, Whit Merrin, Geo Davis, lr, lfuht' t-lottman Ftrst Flext-eLett to Flight Chai t ephart, John Dewetl, Tommy Harrison, Joe Road, Ben Lane, Billy Feed, George Vafi, Diet: Penn, lim Beardstey, Herbert Graham, Sidney Parnell THE PEESBYTERIAN STUDENT SESSION, founded in l934, is the service group representing the Pres- byterian Church on the campus. The Work of its members is varied and a comprehensive program of services, benevolent enterprises, missions, and interfaith activities is carried on throughout the school year, in addition to the effort to reach students of Presbyterian faith or preference and train them by personal example and instruction for useful Church membership after college. Membership in the Session involves the signing of a Covenant Card and is open to all students on elder a student must have served at least one year as a good deacon. The Presbyterian Student Center, "The Session l-louse," is located at l606 W. University Ave., and is open at all times during the day for students desiring fellowship and relaxation and fine Christian atmosphere. lts facilities include various forms of recreational games, radio, player piano, and a small library, as well as religious and secular periodicals and daily newspapers. Students will always find a Warm Welcome at the Session House. tok I 'F I if S www asf? I " in .r REV. U. S, HPREACI-tER" GORDON, DD, E O MCFAY, A 5 Flfttdit Pastor Stuaent Pastor Glad 232 "W . Q k AI.'ATE LFVPIX 1,I.,L LIAMVOV LIEHE ILLIE Iw,HOII ,P-f., I r I J. IOHI,ON r1QIgy ILHIP . Y. ,Lv El I3UOO I ' S III 'AVE JONES V-LENN OVERSTPEET AGNER ANDERSON SENN BAILLIE BOYLES FIFOWN IEYRD CLARK COLEMAN IALISTINI EIQAUENHEIM GEORGE GRANTI-IAM III COFIMIVIQ MIALIFPIN MERRIN MILLS VAWLS IYEMI NGTON POB I NSON STOKES PLAIN QIAID XQAE-AL IV JATCON WILBANKS WILKERSON WINTER The Block and Bridle Club is composed ot members ot the College ot glock ancf Bfzjcffe elui OFFICERS Bill Atwater ..A,... ..,...... . President Iohn Faustini t.tt,,... ..4. T reasurer Bill Whitehurst ..., ..... V ice-President Connie McCormick. , , .t,., Marshal Reuben Carlton .... .....,...,..r.s...4 . Secretary Eugene Boyles ,.,..4., .r.. . Reporter 1531 'f.',1' ws f Q 9, lf Yagi 5 596. , f Q ,gp WW A .R Azz' tm ff -,fps it, wif GA ww MQ. 99 NEWS t 'lineup ATWATER Wt-HTEHURST FAUSTINI MCCORMICK BOYLES AGNER BAILLIE BREWER BROORS COLEMAN CRUTCHEIELD CUNNINGHAM DRAKE FORTNER GEORGE GLENN GORDON GRANT!-IAM GUNSON HEITZMAN MATHEWS PERRY RAWLS ROBINSON RUMPH VAUGHAN WARK WASZAR WILKERSON WINTER Agriculture who are actively interested in the promotion ot the animal industry. Through the annual Little International Livestock Show and Rodeo, staged by the Florida chapter, this group claims its place among the leading student organizations ot the Southeast. By this medium ot an annual livestock show and rodeo the students ot the University ot Florida not only see some ot the better livestock ot the state but a rodeothat is brimtul ot color and action. The participants in the show and rodeo must be members ot the club, thus elim- inating the use ot professional rodeo and show men. 10 ' f ' of Z ' gngineeu ,. ...N J, N 6 ,515 'Ha A 'sh o Q I T ' t.. dv, r ,- 1 X- . . xg,-Jax www . L. Q, 13- 1' N Q -1 1-A ,,..-Q W- ' Q... ' - "J ,gg '- ' i 4I'+""f Af '- E , 3 1 , H -5.4.53 + 1 - . Q me x . Q , N gk' , -4 V 1 j x'-f' p- , -f , sux. 'W . ., 1' 'V ' 13, 1 . 1 ' H' -.Sh rv. , ut, N! , 'an b 5 Kxfq--1 hx figs? r .3 ' , . . 'gf' -X 'x . in A Q Ame R 115 , . 3 yi, w.31,y.f Ng, 455342 Q W 1-1 1 H fbjffjyfig f9,,.,,. 'A A 1: 1,74 , Q owl "f, ' Y ' fic. -.3j1"?5 - Ag ' A in o .5 f of - 54 A if iSf'1'1fifffgQg ,- .' .. .sa 'G-o -S I . .wi . , H W' , ' ' . J V , an 1,3 S 2 HIEFCS DORN COBB ARMOR CLEMENS EVANS HEINN HIMES HORTON VEMP KUYKENDALL LOCIQE MADONALD RODGERS TAEELING RGSENTRETER :ANDER vqmeaican Saciv af rqqfzjcuf gngllnewut FLORIDA STUDENT BRANCH fied f'WV,'wN"--'lfff rf, Rwgnr, W H Srnutn, J, L Fortncr, F A Lee, Secreforyfreowrerg D, B Nelson, M W. Treimon, W. L. McLane, Pr-i fifnh V, C f,?f'Lf' Front Pax Loft to Rght, Prof Frozrer Rogers, Faculty Advisorg R. E. Bofey, J. M. Johnson, Presidenfj , 'I Hnftrninl I' A P'fQf1f,lf'n, VJ, I-1 Yr,,dQrA 14 ' .fndfilllalle of 0 gnqllneefzfi OFFICERS Iohn R. Albrecht .,.. ,..... P resident Karl Iohnson .... rrr. S ecretaryeTreasn.irer Bob Morton r.... . . . . . . . .Vice-President Councilors ,.... . . . I Dr' W' H' Belgler The Florida Chapter ot the American lnstitute ot Chemical Engineers was organized to acquaint the student with the chemical engineering protession and to maintain a high scholastic standing among its members. ln carrying out this aim the chapter has during the past year brought many outstanding speakers to the campus of our University. Among these have been: Mr. l. Hatfield of Monsanto Chemical Cog Mr. D. C. Booth ot the Krebbs Pigment Division ot duPontg Mr. W. A. Ostner ot the Iax Brewing Cog Dr. Koehler of the University of West Virginiag and Mr, C. F. Simpson ot the Florida Portland Cement Company. The University ot Florida has also been Well-represented at chemical en- gineering meetings outside ot the State, such as the National Student Con- vention held at Tulane University last December and the Southern Regional Meeting held at the University ot Alabama in April. The Southern Regional Convention has been slated for the University ot Florida campus in the spring of l942. 9. I Dr. Et. A. Morgen ST U D E N 7' rs or g I'CrtHT5'7'ICA'- s 1 ggg A 5? 'di-'ft F' I s f X Q N W G SW Y w x S was Nb- 4-'V' an -ew .y mf' ,,,..-Al' Wai' ' , 0' ,El .:V.k V .1 ' ' f, 1 I, ALBREGHT MORTON JOHNSON BRIDGES BROKAW CADDOO CLARK EDWARDS EVANS, J. G. EVANS, W. E GALE GRAHAM HEIDT HIGH UCI-ITENWAL MORGAN RODEN SMITH WALDI N WOODLEY rqmmican of ella-if gnqineyut I-rt If II' Left Tw I QIII X 'J om A LTLJLVJW, Pr IJIIIIX, Jovwge If Slmwcr, Jr, MGIIIIQI Gwmoi, Olawr M Corn'-I, Jr, I I' I f EGM r Ir wrrd L 'I I I UJI Jafb E L I IPL, VF' Prevdcrwr, Dim VXCIIJ-er, Seirefory, Jfirhm "Cod" Clorl, ? 4-f nb JHM IV fr!-+I -II II ,.r-'MI rrnxwrrrr Jf.GJtr4r V JfJ'Jr'r I Tam 11 J XY EEIIII IT, Frm NN L bow r Pr , I . I , uf I3 L REQCJ, CJOUCJG LCQOIW TJIQVCJ Lfrfv. ' QI? T - JI GH' CHM wrw Und VhJI I T NE-I,Irw'Ic3:IrI, NN IIJII3 YW C VGVICJ EI! T J Jlyv.rI3.ermj, Q M EVGJQI Qld, Jr! Edward Q1'IffI'lf J P FQIIIAL D M gr P-JQIILLIN Frrrf H J AAJJ- 1 ZILQLILG 60-MPZGLZ STUDENT EXECUTIVE COUNCIL OF THE ENGINEERING COLLEGE sf V 1' 19- I I F" I z A '. .- f' ftlii-,Ia ff-J Hi Lfefl I 1 ,KU I -- ,3".'- I wk zu - Y M, we V+: I A I 3 v--I Z4 .gk Y Nu..- if I-II'fXr HILJJ !!lLI", ITUEILI-illf, LING, D W I.-I -I, ,JIU LP ' fXl"1OO LVAPJSI J ' EVANS, T. N 'IIQ II III fyrrm IIING, I- TQSELLE 14 ' of lwecfmnical gnqllneefzfi Q- A 79 X mf. P31 , N if .. V yt .1 , - X :X 5 r stiff X Zv X ROBERTS CLUBBS MCDERMON CASTELLANO JONES JENI INS SRIERS LIGI-ITBOWN LANG COOK EHOCIQ I' IIVIBALL BAILEY COLL SINGER MULLIS BORNEY WEBER I-IUOI-IES I-IUNT I-IARDEN CAOLIARDI SHOEMAIQER I-IANDLET' RERLIVIAN VVRIGI-IT EEAUQEI THOMPSON EINEREN JANES OFFICERS f Robert A. Roberts ,... ..4.......... C hairman Darby Tones .........,.. .r.. S ecretary Walker Gilmer ...... ,........ . Vice-Chairman Charles Castellano ....... .,.. . Treasurer Prof. R. A. Thompson .......... Honorary Chairman The American Society of Mechanical Engineers was organized in l88U in order to provide for the advancement of the engineering profession and the dissemination of technical information among its members. ln l926 the University of Florida student branch was established to permit undergrad- uate engineering students to participate in the activities ofthe national society. The bi-Weekly programs include the presentation oftechnical papers and informal talks by members and outstanding men in the profession. lndustrial. moving pictures and other illustrative materials are often used. mad Galfeqe gngulneefzing. Sacielaf, D ,L 0 . Eg. I I ff' " x 'Km 1 ms 'wjglfg 'l ?'Tv 9 id 9 f is ilff-K-, 'f ai A L Ag, .G '53 - A A, 1: CO5 ERIEDERICL GAGLIARDI HARKNESS HEALD DeLUCA HULL HUNT l NORR KNOWLES MCGREEVY MILTON lxETTLES FEEDER SEEGMILLER SHAW STONE TQSELLE THOMPSON, F THOMPSON, S, TODD TYSON 14414 Glad E Fl D"'Jll ll, I,--ll ll lwjlll llow., lrv.lm'1flr, lQvfJoo Slmmom, Deon Normom, Crossom, Treasurer, Eulgpotrlcli, Presldeml, Cowen, VICC- lr :flff-l, llrlll mr Jfw , llrl ffl .lr lj"ll"Jl'llT"Tl'l, Bogwcll, Prolumor Roqers, Morllm. Second Row-Slomdmg, Left to Right: Molcolm, Reen, Bol- fl, f,,,f,f,,l, l-llll, l' S, l'f'Vfl"i1l'll7, Clflllfl, Lomb, Mocl, Cory, Comcllus. Boil Rowf Left lo Riglwll Korlond, Glllls, Homer, Tyndoll, Ellislw, l Vqlliffrl, LU", llwll, O llfol, l,llulllo, lolwll-, flu fl ll,l"Vllll",V, rl ll lrvlllvlf fl 'll lllf ylflrlr' foil'-' l'llIlllI'lfJl"V llrfvl , ., 1, 1 lwom, Slwppor, Qclomiolgos, Secretory Homorory momlwers not mcluclecl in the 0 f'4'.l. ltlrgwmi l lllff' l.'l'1r? rl, l14'rllfl'V, lpl ffzuw-ll, lll',lfll' lor, Pr l V . cg.. 0 . . OFFICERS BEN B. MOSS ........... ....... P resident WOODROW GLENN ....A .... I-I ouse WILLIAM I. ANDERSON .... ........ V ice-President T. T. HATTON .,.,.,. .... I-I ouse WILLIAM B. GRIEEITI-I ..... .... S ecretary-Treasurer DON KIMBALL. ..... .... I-I ouse ETI-IO W. SKIPPER ....... .... P urchasing Agent PAT HUNTER ..... .... I-I ouse Manager Manager Manager Manager Eundamentally the Cooperative Living Organization is designed to serve University students of limited income. The Organization is managed entirely by its members and their elected representatives. Through living together in a spirit ot cooperation, its mem- bers are not only enabled to attend the University, but they also acquire the art oi living with people. This year Dr. I. R. Eulk, a member ot the faculty ol the College of Education, gave in trust to the Organization valuable property in Gainesville in memory oi his Wife, Nellie Swanson Fulk. In nine years the Organization has grown from a membership ot tour to a membership ot eighty-tour. M EM B ERS Bill Anderson Marshall Arrington Bill Atwater George Battle Frank Beach Ardney Boland Harold Brewer Branson Brewer Beverly Brown John Mac Brown Harold Burney Charles Burr Joe Busby James Buftram Frank Carter William Carter Bob Caves Bernard Clark Euzema Cleveland Horace Combs William Henry Cone Ramon Cooksey Bill Cowen Philip Craig Dale Daugherty Samuel Davis Harland Dye Floyd Eubanks Nathan Finney Howard Fletcher H. Shaw Foster Stewart Fowler Horace Fulford Woodrow Glenn Warren Goodrich Neil Goss Jack Gray Dick Green Bill Griffith Bob Ganson Walter Guntharp Morris Haimowitz T. T. Hatton C. W. Harbin Claude Hawkins John Hodges Charles Holloway Francis Horne Pat Hunter Bob Jones Don Kimball Lyndon Kirkland Crume Lamb Tommy Lundsford Bill McCown John McCurdie Joe Mathieus Bill Mecklem Dick Mecklem Ben Moss Thomas Newell Edward Nicol Lawton Owens Joe Patrick Roderick Peeples John Pomeroy Francis Preston James Preston Robert Raborn Morris Richardson W. W. Richardson George Simms Paul Sims Etho Skipper Merril Stevens James Tew Wallace Thompson Bob Threadgill Arthur Titus Kenneth Tuten Paul Usher Roy Weidler Edwin Williams Louis Winchester John Wyatt Shep Young ' Rdjlea .-1-5 .qw 'fi' 13.5 '-'Sf O M Carter E Coleman L W. 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HOPKINS, P.M.S.T. LT. COL. H. CLARK LT. COL. M. E. HALLORAN MAJOR R. H. DONALDSON MAJOR R. L. JOYNER Rapidly becoming one of the most important phases of University activity, the Military Department carries on the task of preparing efficiently and quickly material for the countrys expanding army. Directed by able Colonel Hopkins and his staff, our Florida unit of the Reserve Officers Training Corps has for years maintained an "excellent" rating and is recognized as one of the outstanding college units in the country. Two years compulsory training instills in the rookie fundamentals of drilling, artillery firing, horsemanship and other basic knowledge, while selected advanced students delve more deeply into military theory and tactics. A six-week camp at the end of the lunior year takes the cadet from books to practical problems of army life. This year as never before has student interest mounted to fever pitch over international complications, with a cor- responding struggle for acceptance into advanced classes, which after four years work, end in the coveted second Lieutenant's commission in Uncle Sams army. 2 it LT. COL. C. M. LUCAS LT. COL. R. L. RING Back Row: Lt. Banks, Lt. Roebuck, Capt. Reynolds, Lt. Gildersleeve, Lt. Lozonby Front Row: Capt. Ridenour, Capt. Rush, Capt. Robertson. WITH TH E CADETS THE R.O.T.C. BRIGADE f ,..,. Y. , 5 ., Af uf' Colonel Weaver Gaines Ma y C b ik ADJ UTANT PLANS AND TRAIN M 1 Burr R d II Bunny Turnbull ujor aymon ette IN FIRST FIELD ARTILLERY KN , "' . C I I Tom W k f' Id M g Ann McGarry EXECUTIVE OFFICER L C I William Reed Anne Robertson ADJ UTANT C pl' CI Holtsinger, Jr. Morfha Frost FIRST FIELD FIRST BATTALION BATTALION COMMANDER as I Major William Carey Veve Murphy ADJ UTANT BATTERY A , ' Ag Q-'S aww , " I1 five Captain Charles Edwards Helen Edwards Captain Leonard Baker, Jr. June Matthews BATTERY B BATTERY C Captain Ralph Parrish Mrs. R. B. Parrish Captain Albert Helseth, Jr. Libby Clarkson If 6' .IQ ' -,gg ,Q I ' A , ARTILLERY REGIMENT SECQND BATTALIQN BATTALION COMMANDER fee Major John Pikula Alice Hargis ' Q W4 .9359 If v 'Xve ADJ UTANT BATTERY D me Sw gi. 1 J 43,6 ,rg A M gk 4 X E vliifxfy. ,Z hp X X Ns is 4,6 ik ex my , ix: sxff, 9' W XY we N 'W W by B jig X ST? X if 0 N Qwflgfim X N X Q 4 t Niaxwi x ww B X fx, K W . -- N- Captain Francis Fitzpatrick 'WG , , Mildred Strickland Captain Robert Irving Meryl Stewart BATTERY I BATTERY K E 5 Fi A I A- - 3 L' ' fig 3 wifi I Captain Isaiah Casey Mrs. l. S. Casey Captain R obert Berg ,S 1 ef ye A AY . rr A Z , . 1 AQ Olive Dell FIRST JUNIOR BATTERY BATTERY COMMANDER M jor John Swege Mr John B. Sweger .hs EXECUTIVE OFFICER C p Hicks Phillips Virginia Glover SECOND JUNIOR BATTERY BATTERY COMMANDER M 3 Daniel Smoak, Jr. J anne MacConnelI EXECUTIVE OFFICER tain Fred Paddock Margaret' Ward SECOND FIELD ARTILLERY v ,W 5 IW, W X I , E if CI IChI OI' .I St'kIand EXECUTIVE OFFICER Lf C I D k Binnicker Mary Jane Lambeth ADJ UTANT C pt S R th f n Ruth Greenblum SECCDND FIELD FIRST BATTALION BATTALION COMMANDER Major N. Oliver Simard, Jr. Daryl Mahan ADJUTANT BATTERY E -Nye fig.: ' .33 ' '. . Q jf A .' ,Q-' 2. 'f ffff - A 5435 1 .f 6" - Zfffgef T' .mt 19 -5- Q 1 . fi' W fx 1 Q' f's.-145 L - ' ' Q A , A V, .17 y i. .4 i 113 K U 75 ' . rr- 5 ' A If Ca tain Francis Bradle Claire Jo ner Captain Louis Nola Cdfherine Cr0SS Y BATTERY F BATTERY G '.l C0Pf0i" DUMB' LOQGH Pauline Asher Captain Walter Weber Lucille Miller ARTILLERY REGIMENT SECOND BATTALION BATTALION COMMANDER Major B T h D t Stallings ADJUTANT BATTERY H C p Frank Bryant Ruth Pearce Capta R y d H g Ba b F BATTERY L BATTERY M ,E if C ptain Benja D k Estelle Dickens Captain Arthur Witters Doro hy P pl FIRST INFANTRY 'FY H C I I Edwin Waszak L B g EXECUTIVE OFFICER 'SQ' I in rm I Lt Col. Howard Babb Margaret DutiII ADJ UTANT Major Charles Kurtz Rebecca Davies REGIMENT FIRST BATTALION BATTALION COMMANDER NN '? G ff' Major Archie McKay Dorothy ri ADJUTANT COMPANY A aanigi Captain Richard Brock Adelaide McSween Captain Frank Stryker Pat c B th COMPANY B Captain Walter McLane Dempsey .Io Lee Capta COMPANY C N me R Leonard Reese O a FIRST INFANTRY secown BATTALIQN BATTALION COMMANDER M 1 D 'd Germain Beth Mitchell COMPANY E Eb A HV, C p Carey Barry Mary L G n COMPANY G Cp H ldBl ADJUTANT oom Rhoda A COMPANY F '16 C p G g Massey Tillie V B coMPAN,Y H X I J C p R ssel Peeples R by P C p Th d H zell, Jr. Rebecc R k . I? 1- . V,-Ib 1+ X . sf V in 1 . iix ' SSN 'sf ' "x"'X' J , , on D . w o O U ' O 0 , 0 O 0 f' J' . ' ' O ,,. 'VVV -.,..,, gp ,.-.,:-,i X 3 , xt- ' 0 ' J: X 2 xx I ,1 -' XX X. l E X if ' A-1 f ., mm 1 A , . i555 :gffi3 i ,,.,.. x, i lzz' L, ' "" . gqi?- ,,A.f, , ,.x,. . ,,,, ,. 1 iv' 3 .4 we .Jr fff, ' ,N .. ,, J, , .L 'fm , I x 'X , V 'f .G . A 5 SA Wifi f"' ' K A f.. ,JK - X A A ,El ' 4 A iw . -. f . , A - 1, , IVQ E ' A 9?- f g . , f rss ' H " THE IHTEHFHHTEHHITU CUHFEHEHCE The lnterfraternity Conference, composed of one member from each of the twenty-two social fraternities on the campus, has constantly striven for a better understanding among the fraternity chapters, and has Worked co-op- eratively in behalf of the University and the fraternity group in order to Weld a more progressive fraternity spirit on the University of Florida campus. An out- growth of this effort has been a recognition of the lnterfraternity Conference as a group with purposes other than the sponsorship of dances and problems concerning only the fraternities, and instead the Conference has definitely carved for itself a place in the University of Florida picture as a necessary or- gan for the continued progressive fraternity attitude which is necessary to the Florida Spirit. Alpha Gamma Rho Bob Kime Alpha Tau Omega Gordon Frouenhelm Beta Theta Pi Corl Squires Chi Phi John Fleming Delta Chi Arthur Ellis lllElllBEllS Bob Tylonder. Byrne Llfschgl. .. Delta Sigma Phi Jullon WllllOmS Delta Tau Delta Terry Droke Kappa Alpha Foln Embry Kappa Sigma George Sweet Lambda Chi Alpha E M. Murphy Phi Delta Theta John Morris ...President . . .Secretoryireosurer Phi Kappa Tau Bill Frores Pi Delta Sigma lnon Wllson Moore Pi Kappa Alpha Bully Zochory Pi Kappa Phi Bob Tylonder Pi Lambda Phi Don Welss Sigma Alpha Epsilon Byrne Lllschgi -votlnql Sigma Nu John Arrnglrong Sigma Phi Epsilon Bill Sreworf Tau Epsilon Phi Soul Levfne Theta Chi Edwin Fly FOR FALL FROLICS-JAN SAVIiTT FOR MILITARY BALL-BOB CHESTER I V f gfks X 5 f'f-fin' , , 1. .L C 7--Q I. ' fffjl 5.1! 2' 4, 22 W vw fig: ', x- ' 'W fw -X g E'f' A 'xx A A'-A-1' 5 M x bf lf , VW ' 'ff "" r'."'TVf - .'vff""'Hhf' Wim -- -, Q- ,L V. -s 1 X- Mr.: ' ' ' - - L . , . A 4 -A A 1e- 1 A... e.. 9- F JZ qi' 'u 1""P x.- 3 E E ar' 'nn T' 1, WAV ALVAREI JOHNSON MELTON PURV5 SMITH CONDOS SUGGS BISSETT ELDRIDGE FORTNER FRIERSON GREENLAND SLAGLE VENABLE BARBER BARRY DOUGLAS EMERSON FRANKLIN HILL MEDLIN STOKES THAYER CHAMBERS DOUGLAS DRIGGER5 GREENE HINDERY KIRBY ny- W s Contrary to popular opinion we do have hot and cold running water and we are learning how to use it too. . .that little fellow with the yellow Ford, who is our big boss, and Emerson think that the only place to do some real jooking is in the smaller towns and with gals from the same.. .wonder why the Tally lassies call Freshman Chambers "Bone"?. .. those aren't monkeys chattering and screaming, it is just Tom "Get That Phone" Sawyer and Alvarez. . .and talking about phones we would like to see what those girls who are always calling Hill really look like. . .if we all live through the year with "Peas and Carrots" Condos as Steward, well it probably won't be much better in the Army and if he is KP. there the country will have to rely on the Navy. . .hope Bissett's wife doesn't find out that he is up here at school on one big jook. . .wish Fortner would take his dates some place besides the kitchen, we get pretty thirsty at times. . .too he is a pretty bad influence on Royce "They All Love Me" Agner. . . we are doing our best to keep the girls away from those innocent little boys Slagle and Greenland, they are really allergic. . .the AGR's don't look that way naturally, at least not all of them, it is just that Marion Columbus Eldridge is their barber. . .that California flash Purvis still blinks his eyes from that good old Florida Sunshine. . .Barry and "Let Me Tell You This lake" Venable are going to get shot if they don't stop those 3:00 A. M. bull-sessions and Lowell "You Guys Shut Up" Stokes is liable to do it. . .we found the reason Suggs is never at the House is not because he is at the library, or class, or any other respectable place but that he is at Reddick, but we still can't find Medlin or Yetter and they are on the books as being members, . .well it is getting dark so we will sign off, maybe when we get electricity we can write more. SENIORS Alvarez, J. C. Melton, VV. E Srnith, l-l. A. Yetter, D. Condos, W R. Puryis, Ted Suggs, l-l. W. JUNIORS Bissett, J. F. Fortner, J. L. Slagle, L. E. Eldridge, M. C. Greenland, E. H. Thayer, l-I. S , SOPHOMORES Agner, Royce Douglas, M. Franklin, A. H. Median, Q. Barber, Chas. Douglas, R. Johnson, Jack Stokes, L. Barry, Bob Emerson, D C. l-lull, J. P. FRESHMEN Chambers, A. R. Folks, John Hindery, R. C. Kirby, E. Driggers, D. B. Greene, B. E. Kazaras, Bob Lewis, A. l-l. Sawyer, Tom xTIfgLAg , Q45!!Qj4 glyix E x . 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B STENSTROM WAKEFIELD WHITAKER BLACK BOLT BROYLES BROWN COX DOMINICK EDWARDS GOFORTH HANNER HAYES JONES LANG LASLEY MIMICHAEL MERCHANT PHILLIPS RIGGINS ROE SALE SHERRARD SMITH TENCH TILLIS 'rRuMBo , BAKER BALDWIN BOWMAN BRUMBY COLE DUFFY GIBBONS HEALD HERRON. J. HERRON. W. HOGUE. R. I HOLLOWAY mNG.A.G. KlNG.H.G. LASLEY. M. LINDSTROM MIDONNELL MIMASTER MIMILLAN MAGUWE NETTLES NEWMAN POTTER POSTON RUSH. J. K RUSS WILSON. L. WILSON. W FRAUENHEII X' Y' . Fletcher Rush ,123 V . , RWM 1 These aren't all ATO's. . .they're just staying in the best Hotel in town. . .and after its first year, that hotel begins to show signs of wear and tear resultant from blackfoot shindigs. . .most successful rushing season fills new house to capacity. . .they're a heterogeneous gang. . .politicians like Big McBae and little Tench, who relieve strain of running Union for Billy Matthews. . .social men like Walter Davy. . . not content with one date, he drags whole student body down for Frolics. . .athletes like 'iToto" Wakefield. . .military men like lsted. . ,scholars like "The Mouse". . .the perennial laundryman, Pete Evans. . .they've got all kinds. . .I. Smith, cupid's Mickey Finn to the virgins, cuts two more notches on his much used pin. . .bar bells clank in the basement as brothers develop new muscles and rejuvinate old ones. . .hair mats the floor and renders food inedible as Saunders and Goforth lose their cephalic covering. . .melodious sound waves hit the ethers and silence the envious mocking bird, as beautiful, blondined baritone Armin Smith scrubs golf links off'n his skin . . . we thought it was the name of a bullet, but we suppose Brother Bobinson would hide from bullets too. . .water in the basement was exciting, but not half so much as the beach. . .war scares draft-evader-Battle into serious contemplation of marriage . . . new school year brings new housemother. . .she's tops. . .Blank makes Seminole editorship and look what you've got. . .in short. . .everythings jake in the Alpha Tau Lodge. . . LAW Marshall MacDonald Lucius Bottle Richard Brock Gene lsted Ashby George D. Bishop W. Gordon Frauenheim Joseph W. Michael William Dowling Charles Black Bennet A, Dominick Charles Lasley Moody William McRae Alon Brackett Sidney Tally Jennings Cottrell Ralph J. Blank Sam M. Gibbons Patrick H. Saunders David W. Bridges Harry Edwards Charles Lee Harold Sherrard Elmo Robinson Peter Cooper Evans SENIORS Samuel Looney Heyward Ellis Don Phillips lgou JUNIORS Donald F Lamson Jugle E. Smith, Jr. William H. Butler Beniamin Lane SOPHOMORES Hamilton McDonnell Armin Smith John Whitaker old Morrison Dick Leavengood Robert McKay Henry Hedrick Melvin B. Smith Walter W Davy Frank P. McMichael Orin Douglas Stenstrcm Robert Tench Tammy Young Ernest Cox Arthur Roe Harry Wakefield Arthur Broyles Arthur Jones William Von Cliet Bradford Brown Hamilton Hayes Charles Phillips John Bolt Harold Goforth Frank Merchant Robert Trumbo John Edwin Boker Fred G. Duffy William E Herron Henry Giddens King Thomas M, McEwen Richard A. Poston William H. Wilson Charles J. Baldwin A. ...ta . af-sm-M-N. 4-1 Myron G. Gibbons Raymond Hague Theodore Koch Reimen MacDonnelI Mahon Myers James Rush Lemuel A. Bell Robert Hague James T. Lang FRESHMEN Stephen L. McMillan George E. Nettles Zack Russ, Jr. James R. Brumby C. Elliot Heald Luke W. Holloway Marion Murray Lasley George R McMaster Robert Hill Newman Monte J, Tillis Richard K. Cole Jock H. Herron Albert G King Robert O. Lindstrom Roymer F. Maguire Charles M. Potter Leo H, Wilson HOUSEMOTHER MRS. ARMSTRONG Y png. .A L, 1 . BETA THEM Pl Y 'A - I' V BENNETT CRAFT DE BLIEU EUBANKS GARLAND GATES MARTIK SIVITER SQUIRES WIELAND BROWN LINDER OVERSTREET PENN RIDGELY WILSON ATKINS BYRANT COCKRELL. GUTHRIE JONES LEWIS. O. H MEYERS NEWMARK PACETTI POLLN ER Qu I GLEY SMITH, E. S SMITH. R. S SMITH. R. W STRACK BERRY CHRISTY HULL KILGORE LAMBERTON LEWIS, W. W SKIPPER SMITH. R. E An ancient tradition on Ninth Street, Beta now finds itself surrounded by Greek lodges in ultra- modern forms . . . Beautiful Beta Squires smiled, and dazzled freshmen pledged, thinking how nice it would be to be Clark Gable's fra- ternity brother . . . Bob Bennett tears hair and chews fingernails over Beta finances and Wendell Willkie . . . Valentine sparkles over WBUF in his own inimitable style, and as- tounds listeners . . . lBemember "Bhumba-boogie?"J . . . l'Baldy" Siviter and limmy Gates find it impossible to break away from Florida's fellowship-so they're back for the umpteenth year . . . Wieland drives himself and everybody else to distraction trying to keep up his Alligator end . . . lohn Cotton Brown argues on . . . Quigley and his pipe stomp around, but don't lose any weight . . . Daane, living example of mixing agricul- ture and politics . . . Don Wilson threatens Florida Players veterans in "Both Your Houses." ...Newmark graduates from cradle-snatching class . . . Meyers works hard for a social lion title . . . Beta hospitality hits a new hign, and prexy Squires polishes that diamond with a vengeance . . . Robert A, Bennett Chester Lee Cratt, Jr, Adrian l-l. Daane lvan K. DeBlieu, Jr. John Cotton Brown Paul S Linder Douglas J, Eubanks, Jr. Daniel L. Martin Carl M. Squires Robert E Wieland Donald C. Wilson, Jr, Richard K. Penn SENIORS JUNIORS Daniel Mulford Valentine James E Garland James H. Gates Robert E Siviter Ralph Overstreet Joseph Ridgely Donald C, Wright Charles W. Putman Frank Yinshannis Bill Gay Clarke Weeks SOPHOMORES Louis J. Atkins Howard B, Jones D Pacetti, Jr. Rob S. Smith Frank O. Bryant, Jr. Edward L. Meyers, Jr, Vernon Quigley, Jr. James H. Strack Lewis l-l. Guthrie Jerome P. Newmark Edwin S. Smith, Jr, Roy W. Smith l-lerman Lewis Jack Pollner Preston Cockrell FRESHMEN Charles LJ. Berry Willis Holder William Lewis Bob Smith Arthur Christy, Jr. Robert l-lull, Jr. Louis Lomberton Gene Sebring Ralph G. Grassfield, Jr. Forrest Kilgore, Jr. Raab Skipper l-larold Gordon 1 5. 6 ij' Q-iv K , X, ' 'X L1 .,-5.x W fx' X Q Xp? '31, 41, E. l U--- C P -'58 'W'!L45.sQ.sh.-LCR: Nfl : - Q -5' In 'IE' -5 K5i""48'a'fT 'hr N- fn 'W All -flag, NP ' 43 ffl zwflxs Q CODY FLEMING LORISH RAMSAUR SCOTT ENGLE PARISH M'ANDREw PEARSON. c CHEANEY CRANE HOLMES KAMINSKI SAYERS SWORDS THOMASSON UPDIKE WOOTEN DORBY GUSTAT JEWET1' LAY-ron M'cRu.Lus MYERS PEARSON, R. G PRIEST SMITH TYSON 2 ,--:hw ,- . . . - .. gf - ,ulgggi -ps-,Q " 5 -ap 4-1-:-'M - ,,--va s -me -fp .r ,zw gi . 'rv 'inf fwgii r ' . Q . X f After years of trouble with the arson bug, Chi Phi now proudly exhibits one of the finest looking J houses on University Avenue. . .National fraternity rule against hanging hardware on loved ones' bosoms causes jewelry minded gals to look for greener fields. . .exNCrator grid- man Tom Walker now struggles with law books, and writes sports columns. . Bob Cody still trudges up and down University Avenue . . .Parks wears treads into the cafeteria floors ...lohn Fleming recovers from his freshman haircut, and turns into politico, debator, and lover . . . prodigal son Pace returns-this time he says it's business . . . l-lank Lorish, as beautiful as ever. . .friendly limmy McAndrew and his slow, easy smile. . .the solitary pair of tails in the Chi Phi house come with transfer-student Charles Thomasson. . .Peters and Ramsaur determined to burn up law school-with PSCW's permission. . .Holmes at- tracts wayward dates' eyes. . .Chi Phi's noted for their conservatism and distinction-de spite their fish pond. . . Tom B. Walker William C. Cllett Reuben A. Crane John W. Elemrng Ralph L. Engle Joseph D. Farish Philip Cheaney David Darby Paul Gustat Charles Jevvett LAW Henry H. Lortsh Gray C. Ramsaur SENIORS Elmer Z. Crtttun Jack H. Pace James Kuylcendall C Dade Pearson Wulltam A Nunn Ned l-l Scott JUNIORS James A, lvlcAndrew Joel W. Sayers, Jr Robert McCrlllus Walter Sterntt SOPHOMORES James W Holmes Bernard A, Kamrnski Arch Updrke FRESHMEN Russell Layton Jack Myers Collins Swords Snrck Ogden Roy Pearson Earl Tyson Jack L, Peters Robert Waller W Walter Wheeler William R Young Marlon A Swords Wilbur Wooten Charles Thomasscn Cordon Priest l-larold Smrth TTP!"T" ' ,. ,.. I A DELTA CHI 'V 'N l 'W ""Q"W-'-E:T"""X "' N' aj XFN A -l s 'i AJ 1 ' 2 'KJ - 3 ,O , L X N A I xx A A iaw6i- L, ',. Q --.L-. wts Qkrfigqizf, ,q"Q7-3i,.16.- ,L ., :2L,:,,. L M ,, .-..,.f. .-E-1-E1 Lu, N9 ws 'QNX saw 1 .egg l 'Nun 50 If.- if -mf 41:1- '-sw L I E Nf . BRYAN CARLTON CONLON DRAPER HASTINGS OLLIFF BALL COLBY COLTON GODDARD GURGANIOUS HAZLETT HEAD KEYS LAUDERDALE NEILLY TAYLOR,J. TAYLOR.M.B BARTHOLF BEATTY CARSON FLOYD HAMPTON HORAN M'CARTHY MVKINNY MILLER sc:-4uL'rz vlNsoN WALLIS BERRY ELLIS GODFREY M'CAULEY SPRINGER THORPE grew gf , -. e g, ' , ite, z "i'fv'5'i7"f 2, Vyggsigbriiigsxg- Q"'?""f "iw -f"'?1' X -1 i :tM.e,oiM,zsw.e ,bikinis f.'mx,.q my 441.4,..,zlartjr.,fkggpiintmaf za.,1iiss4,k..fw+.iQsza1s.4We-fw"7Lffv1 The Delta Chis moved themselves into a new location this year, and seemed to tind their nei.gh- bors stimulating.. ,the Delta Chis pay special homage to Ken Rice, the tiith or sixth year senior in Architecture, who stands around and watches the freshmen go by. . .L. V. Carlton contributes a crushing blow to the ag school by up and graduating. . .leaves Art Ellis as his successor. . .it is hinted that Frank Conlon will take over Ken Rice's shoes and ancient standing. . .Conlon's the boxing champ. . . Cecil CCscarl l-lastings is the white-haired boy when it comes to scholastics . . . Walter Cllitl and lames McCauley have had trouble this year determining whether ag. college or the call ot Ccala was more important. , .lohn Berry, the little man who is always there, keeps up with the times by owning--according to lohn Berry-WRUF . . .Robert Draper lends the aesthetic touch to the primitive culture oi the Delta Chis. . .bus ad boys Bryan, McKinney, and Springer wonder why they did it. . . John L. Berry James D. McCauley Frank C. Conlon Howard T. Mcliinney Frank Bartholt Robert G. Schultz Raymond M. Ball Jock R. Keys Jack Neilly SENIORS r n Carlton l. Clark Bryan Loa V C Kenneth L. Rice Walter B. Ollitt Cecil l-lastin gs JUNIORS Arthur P. Ellis Elmore Godfrey Roger E. Miller Robert Springer James J. Hampton SOPHOMORES Franklin Beatty Nathan Carson Jack Wallis William Clarke Daniel M McCarthy FRESHMEN Robert C. Colton E. Wallace Gurganious Byron N. Lauderdale James J. Taylor William J, Joca Sidney J. Colby l-lerman l-lead Ray E. Goddard Robert S Draper Owen O. Pillans Douglas l-loran l-larry R. Thorpe Jack Floyd Bruce McAllister Millard Allen William l-lazlett Robert Jennings is 1 DELTA IGMA PHI 'A 1 A249 jjj is " 'Q .5 nh. 1 It if .A f x is Y' 9 gs? 0. , g s ' Y ff? ' , t 'QQ L 'M -fm 7 NAV . w x - 'NE ' ':2 i,,1'g5H,'2, ,ha gf" 4, 3 " . 5 1 W an , 2 1. " 4' nw . h . . ' Wifi V "T '- fm 'Y - " 7 11 V?'W"'i'7f A I' "VFR 7 15 517 'f e-'LT f i' 'CH' ,.:'f - 1 4 -2-'iffy '-. "' v.'f:'r: COOK GRIGSBY ' HALE IHRIG QUISENBERRY BARCLAY Y GENEAU T HOLLISTER MELTON WILLIAMS U DAVENPORT HAINES . ' 4. . A FSE! .. Q.-'t t X t -- ' - "fig .fr2a,.iKsf?f fr If Lg'-r -' P-351' "1 lift . r A. V 4-.J """' """' "nf .... , , ' ' 1 1. ""gi,,-... -s,,fLf 5' ' ' ' 1 1 rf A I 4 I Z- . l ' lk 1' lil, - W "iff V, 5.1595 " ., rm ' '3T":ffT?:e All ' ' . 'www 23 - R sm sus. iq Xxx xx -ggi - 1 ' W..-A. ' - , E. my 'V-1' - . Txxx :qweqxx . A ' ps , - . I l . , , s ,W . A 5 I , 1 qiggfgg . T. ,QI "7" VJ: .K ,JR . X ."'4 k fl, 1 E t.x:,.3f ..-5 J , ' , - Q.. Ju K .gg gk vez,-5 . R 3 ,ni at f, 11 ?,f jg Q ' r af . H 'z' . .. Q ' N . - ' if ,:wff.tu:fs,5, t. .Q A. Q ,D ,T A Q5 gg' 5 V ' 1 n . .A l , . v-4 V X' a L., D. .1 L 1 'L , - Y-:AU Q43 F, , z 2 ' A' E.. .Ji - 1. ff XX -.Rss Summer. . .five Delta Sigs receive private licenses through C.A.A. program. . .Fall . . .Dave lhrig enters Advanced flying course. . .Keith Grigsby new Alligator business manager. . .draft catches two, two other escape via the Army Air Corps. . .CX Weigel, 220 pound guard from Furman, enters Law School here. . .Delta Sig reunion in laclcson- ville. . .Winter. . .drastic reform under new house mother, Mrs. Gladys Laird. . .back-room bar replaced by lace curtains and flowers. . .petty art gallery moves out for Van Dyke . . . Christmas Party with tea, instead of the usual spirits. . .Spring . .best Military Ball in four years. . .Keith Crrigsby equals brother Mac's record by nomination to l-lall of Fame . . .l-lale, Cook, and Lindsay receive degrees. . . campus politics reformers see brighter future-Crrigsby and Williams graduate from Law School. LAW Joseph Keith Cngshy lullon L Wulllorns, President Forms D Wergel SENIORS Mox A Cook, Vice-President lvlorrls A. l-lole Burnell Lindsey JUNIORS Dovld M. Close Dowd lhrig, Treosurer Holmes M Melton, Jr. Anderson C Quisenberry Robert K. Wrlllch SOPHOMORES John Poul Geneou, Secretory Edword S. Borcloy FRESHMEN Rlchord E Batchelor Rolph E l-lolnes Rolph P l-lolluster Arthur Russell Dovenport HOUSEMOTHER MRS. G. O. LAIRD i-iXf,R XX. fx ' W' " ' ' ""' W . . I CUSHMAN.F. lb! 3' CP iv- pn' 'VW' WEM DRAKE.T.J. HOWES JOURDAN aus M 2 -nu in gn- wt -vp n-w MITCHELL OSTNER KIBBE y' SEVERIN SMITH. M. ARNOLD CROSSLAND EDWARDS ,V EMPIE NAL.. HENRY KING LESSEY MAUNEY H, 1, MENARD ""' Moremsow -nu hd SHAW SHELDON CONN CRIM Cb new DRAKE.G. iv ELLIOTT FRIEDERICH GERMANY HOFF HORTON M'GREEvY PETERSON KS SMITH. K. "" - TILTON TOMS VINE5 WEEKLEY CUSHMAN, R R Y 9,,W,W . V sg-px --sf A X Nw, W-leg f-grief? cv? -r -sf i nyfns-I N, T ' ' y X' Z x t' QT l X' TSX 1' Boasting a new and uniquely beautiful house, T Delta Tau Delta found itself well on the way to- ee J wards establishing itself firmly on the University of Florida campus. . .the clever conversion of the house into a showboat during Home- coming deserves a mention of commendation. . .Prexy Charlie Ostner will long be re- membered in military circles as an outstanding potential general . . . Rawls, Cushman, and Buck are bucking torts-still. . ,Tim Mitchell's ears perk up whenever political talk is in the air. . .as for social lions, Morris Smith and George Kibbe take the spotlight in the Delta Tau Delta lineup. . .one of the few fraternities that can boast it is not confined by other fraternities, Delta Tau Delta can well be proud of its forward steps this year. . T won lntramural Touch Football. . .Terry Drake new president in Ag School. SENIORS Don Buck Bob Cushman George Kibbe Don Bernst Clem Crossland Oliver Edwards Ray Carroll Don Clark Jimmie Conn l-larry Crim Erank Cushman John Diem Jim Mitchell Jim Linauest John Empie Mickey Henry Lamar King Grady Drake Jesse Elliott Lambert Friederich John Germany Pharis Weekley Terry Drake Richard l-lowes Bernie Rawls Carl Severin SOPHOMORES Dan Lessey Jack Mauney Louis Menard Charles Gibson Bob l-lorton Karl Hott Carl Peterson G:l lVlcGreevy Charlie Ostner Jack Jourdan Morris Smith Stafford Morrison George Shaw Bob Sheldon liienast Smith Warner Tilton Jerry Toms Earl Vines W, fir' ......?.,..,,,.,1 ,-..-.-.- FW' 1 FCS XV' gfxiif X l N , A' kim? L .AIIPS KAPPA ALPHA D 1'w"' "" 4 S- ' V 4 f .-Q' 1 'ff-iq. C317 V 1, Q q., ig 7.4 , 'a . ., 5. : N , ,A'x-'51, fu.. .-MDL., R ,.,,Lg,,3?g.f.,2almS3m V' .. , , 1 V. bw fix? ' 9 1-NS' "?f'2"f-Hfwfc'-E T-S..:T'-'rf' J' ' X ' " F 1' ann. NI Vw' 4 ll, QV w 'W 'S Qs., W4 A 1 Fw 1--n... I -yr 'OYTY' ,qv-0 G we Eff'- Q' ns- hw- TCT, 3, .w COTTEN EDWARDS EMERY KERR RAGLAND ROBERTS SWEGER WOODWARDQ YONGE CAREFOOT ELLIS FREEMAN GUEST HIGHTOWER JOHNSTON PORTER SMITH WOODWARDv COGGINS BAGWELL BENTSCHNER BIGGAR BRADDOCK CHRISTIE GAMMON CARKHUFF HOLMES HULL LLOYD MELANCON BECKMAN BURTCHAELL COOPER DE MENT DOLCATER DUBOSE FINLAYSON HENDERSON HENNIE M'GEHEE M'KEE MAY MURPHV Munnev PARSONS STEPHENS TEAGUE WALKER WHITESIDE WHITSEL P H WOODWARD. W D BARCO - . J . 3 SENIORS The Kappa Alpha house had her face lifted, and becomes the fifteenth wonder of Gainesville. . . Alligator Editor Sweger forsalces brotherhood for matrimony-and learns how to cook . . . Lamar Gammon turns actor with an accent thick as corn syrup-and woos Marianna style . . . Don l-lennie still in a hurry . . . Pain Embry runs after laundry and Chi Qmegas . . M Mitchell brothers gather glory on the Florida grid- iron . . . Ed Ellis adopts "l'll Never Smile Again" as his theme song-but women love it . . . lohn Cotten, not related to lohn Cotton Brown, l-lightower rolls pink pills, and follows in steps of a KA great-another Hightower . . . Linda Darnell remains the dream girl of the KA's while Tallahassee smolders . . . "Kappa Alpha Rose" still prettiest fraternity song on the music rack . . . Kappa Alpha still represents the heart of the dear old south . . . Ernest Atkin James Kerr William Johnston George Caretaot Carl Mitchell Ed Ellis Alex Hull Ed Carkhuft Fondren Mitchell Alston Beckman Bob De Ment Tom McKee John Henderson Bill Walker Connie McCann Jack Daniel Wilbur Freeman Robert Ragland Stacy Coggins Jim Holloway Sheldon Brinson Rogers Holmes Lamar Gammon J. Wi Bagwell Joe Graham Alex Stephens Bill Murphy Barney Barco Fennell May Frank Whiteside 17" John Dewell John Cotten Henry Roberts John Bill Hightower Perry Woodward JUNIORS Joe Christie Jim Coarsey Jim Guest SOPHOMORES Raphael Bentchner Don Hennie Counts Watson Calvin Melancon FRESHMEN Sam Murrey Joe Soyars Hugh DuBose Fred McGehee Ted Whitsell Stanton Parsons William Woodward .,f f .4 l. i l . r it . rn Q' A E ffuvw-"' 5 Warren Edwards Fain Embry Jack Sweger Henry Woodward Wayne Smith Bob Porter David Bigger Ed Lloyd Spencer Broddacl: John lvey Fred Dolcoter Sam Teague Ed Burtchaell Fred Cooper Ed Finlayson HOUSEMOTHER MRS. J. W. POWELL rw? 1 ,rl I 1 1 1 fri K. .xx KAPPA I xv 1 b I :N W, A . I ' .4 1... I 170-- ...x I -.4 X. ......E.........N.-..,,, E- ...L ....,,...zE .....-....... ....E.,,....E1 , gg., . ix,-,Q 1, I 1gf,x.'?'f.. , ww 'Y' jf' '- "V . Q 1 L J"-1.-' . . ' N' 'S '- .9 I sv- UQ!!! as 'Kma- ,....,,23S? .-no ',,,.., gif ,pu f Wm xp Q,- qu? .-v' ..- ps:-' .ps . fi I ' kv" ' x I in- Q 3- 1 it st x if -Q F . -any-35m-N W- wr- .22 -.W--fix A X' W SWEET PADDOCK PARTRIDGE PATTERSON. R. Y PORT STRYKER TAPPEN BRANDON DAVIS DOYLE FARRINGTON DUNCAN MANCHESTER MAURER PYLE M'l.EAN wu.n.nAMs WYKE YON BARNES CHRISTMAN COCHRANE CULBREATH HARBISON HARRISON. C. M. HODGES KEELS LAYMAN MAHONEY OSGOOD PENNOCK SOUTHCOTT WEAVER AUSTIN BLAINE BROWNING CARROLL CHAPPELKA GRIFFIN HARRISON. G. A. LOADHOLTES PATTERSON. R. M PRIDHAM SPAULDING THOMAS 1 was M ft K X we I A l ll No matter what the temperature, the Kappa Sig EJ house always looks cool and inviting . . . The hor- rible thoughts of ink bottles tossed at the shining white walls are but dim memories . . . George Sweet wins the blue ribbon for his consis- tent breaking into print via "Libel Lane' '... Paul Partridge leaves ham to the actors, and takes to dishing hash in the cafeteria . . . Patterson upholds Kappa Sig's military prestige in the file closers . . . Glamour boy Farrington, assisted nobly by Southcott's convertible, lasts out another successful season at Tallahassee . . . Billy Mahoney haunts the publica- tions offices . . . Manchester and Pyle took to their books only as a final recourse, upon finding most of the local social spots deserted or burnt down . . . Brandon shows promise of being a Kappa Sig glamour great if someone sticks a pin in him . . . Prexy Port leads chapter onward and upward, to the admiration of Maurer . . . George Davis practices his intricate dance steps to astound the natives . . . Charlie Williams keeps his reserved seat in the journalism department . . . Kappa Sig's Pre-Christmas formal always a high spot on the campus social calendar . . . James Fernandez Stephen Lee SENIORS Walter McLean Fred Paddock Paul Partridge John Port Frank Pyle George Sweet Frank Stryker Campbell Tappen JUNIORS Charles Brandon George Davis Clarence Harrison Robert Patterson Mac Austin Billy Doyle Joe Hodges Billy Southcott Thomas Cochrane Gordon Duncan Bud Manchester Charles Williams Charles Culhreath Cecil Farrington Mark Maurer Dick Wyke SOPHOMORES A. J. Barnes Dan Keels Billy Mahoney Hank Pennock Lewis Christman Hugh Layman H, T Osgood Stanley Weaver Terrell Yon FRESHMEN Neal Blaine Bud Chappelka Warren Loadholtes Jay Pridham Dick Browning Frank Griffin Hugo Miller Charles Thomas Jack Carroll George Harrison Dick Patterson Harold Spaulding Fred Veal HOUSEMOTHER MRS. CUNN INGHAM Aetgigw 't""'!'s.,s ,alhfsfimr NF' 1-Hi-can-a 5,-,F . ff N A., E XX, K." N xr We E I il I "rx il I-vf ' I 5 . Z - "A in R F AQ' In , Any l .1fQ.E,.,.,m..W.,,,. ,.,, A -O ,f.Qf.fQ.,QQ,gg .,,,, Q F ' A .1:.L:L...........- ... -Vu -Al---M Y -.. . ,NV--MA - -- A--f--i- i . ...---,4 ...Y .-mm-.,Y-.W-v. ...H 1-It in '55-Q , , , 4'-'Q' KA 15-if PARNELL MURPHY VAN DE MOTTER WASZAK WEBER BEARD DE COURCEY GROSSENBACHER HAHN HARDIE HERSHEY KRANTZ LAND MOORE RIDDLES SHEPPARD SIEBERT THOMPSON AUVIL BENTLEY HOWELL PERRY SANBORN SYMONS WELLMAN . - , . . r . N? t Fur rr: ' , -r si,-.2'1i.x "--' 1 P-'rf '-r.3,11- ' . .V f " "'7"'5f'7"5x '7 N' 'R r Lambda Chi Alpha points with pride to Ed Waszak, honor graduate, past chapter presi- dent, president of agricultural club, regimental commander of the R. O. T. C .... Waszak also attained dubious honor of being drafted in the first drawing . . . lohn Van de Matter continues seeking for appointment in the United States foreign service . . . l-lis brother predicts he will wind up teaching Shakespeare to the Philippines . . . Walter Weber stores his fight for an engineering degree in mothballs for a year while he serves with Uncle Sam . . .Iohn Clower, ace hurler of the varsity baseball team, breaks into professional league this year . . . Sidney Parnell gave up battling on the gridiron to be in shape for matrimonial encounters . . . Moore, Sheppard, and Land keep the cinema industry going while Har- die, Bentley, Perry, Grossenbacher, and fifth-man Symons keep the bridge table smok- ing . . . Iimmy Hahn put on the gloves for the 'Gator boxing team, and wished he had a magic thinking cap to put on for journalism . . . Architects Seibert and Penney steer clear of Sanborn, who zealously attempts to fill his laundry wagon, even if he must throw mud todoit... John Clower Edward Murphy Sanford Hershey . Jack Riddles Laurence Auvtl Edwin Bently SENIORS Sidney Parnell John Van de Matter Edwin Waszak Bill Siebert JUNIORS Tom Howell John Land Jimmy Hahn SOPHOMORES Jack Grossenbacher Joe Beard Laurie Sheppard Mac Reed Moore George Hardie FRESHMEN Paul Symons Francis Perry Albert Sanborn Robert Wellmen Ellwood Penney Walter Weber Pepper Krantz Ralph Thompson Jim Deflourcey , Birch Hart -,nr 'K' it g X ,.,, K. I 25,53 I 1555523 xy I , I ul C er rn ff' 7 hgh. ""4lK'v . N., 1 y D ' rr- "L A .us A r X n 'Wim Nl . '11-up ' ,.. 'v. 4-5 un -1 t IZA , -M-itz. ,, ff ' . 'Wu I -4 v W" ""A' ""'T""'f"""T N'T7T"""""?"""""""TWi" W" f'A"S 'ri1'v,'xx. -. "' f -rffig""1L f , ' S f5f5"'bK...,I.4. ' 3. N-M,-,,f,i,f , A ,mI,'..Uaa Q.,.f.,.i:..- Lmfkwffix-,.?,'Q,eiy2fhi fI. W W' ?. .:?liTg:EK,2'g'2?x'M-Lygz,, ,Es':ifP':1.f?'f ALIsoN BEDELL BINNICKER CLARKE KURTZ. I-I. KuR'rz, B. MILLS MORRIS MOULD PARKS REMILLET ROGERS SIMARD TENCH THOMPSON ANDERSON cAsoN HARMSON HoLTsINsER M'GUlRE REYNOLDS scoff SELLERS WORRWL BERGMAIER BRADHAM BYRNES CALLAHAN CANNON ENWRIGHT FISHER GREEN HALL .IoNEs LARKIN MVCORMICK M'LANE NAN1's PARKER RAGSDALE RILEY ROBBINS ROBERTS TRAPP TRIPLETT TURKINGTON WATSON WOODBERRY WRIGHT HULSEY CRAIG DAY HARWARD HICKEY HUTSON KNORR KRAUSE M.DANIEL M'RAE MILLER MORGAN owen ROBINSON. .I ROBINSON. B SCHELL SHEALY TE SELLE WARNER WEBB WYCKOFF' - . hex 31534.-f .,... Q ,L L i 1 .V 1- 2.1 - gps. il -.-:,.-3 'cg swf, C ,J Rush week over, palatial Phi Delt house found itself stuffed to the rafters with pledges . . . Lawyer Giraessle still pays annual visits to the house Benmont Tench still wondering about that bowtie he lost at a Pike party . . . Bud Walton, l-lubie Huston, and Bill Robinson wave sword and shield on varsity gridiron . . . l'Tubby" Nunez plays with snakes, and finally gets bit . . . The iron hand of Dwight Rogers still much evident in campus politics Slow but sure Paul Rogers, still four weeks late for Florida Player's tryouts . . . Ollie Simard looks for three diamonds, and even sleeps at attention . . . Kurtz heads Miami Club, and keeps eye peeled for .Alumni presidency . . . Binnicker studies Mar- riage and the Family, but it's still no use . . . "Chesty" l-loltsinger recovers in May from previous summer at Fort Benning Iohnny Morris debates. . . and debates . . . and debates . . . After Sigma Nu-Phi Delta football tussle, "Dubbie" McLane retires until next season . . . Watson loses a pound and a half . . . Clay Codrington grooms for glamour boy race-ll952l. . . Phi Delt house still included in 'lon your left" spiel of local tourist trade, and remains omnipotent . . . Dwight Rogers Darby Jones William McLane Nathan Bedell Robert Boyd AI Graessle Paul Rogers Thomas Sellers Charles Green Jack Nants William Scott William Holland George Tedder Dan Roberts James Cason Clay Codrington Robert Miller Jack Warner Dwight Krause Douglas Parker Wilbur McDaniel Arthur Shealy John TeSelle Henry Kurtz Putnam Calhoun Gordon Byrnes Oliver Simard John Howard Robert Henderson John Morris Halford Wright William Robinson George Anderson Buddy Enwright Hubie Houston Mal Houghton Eddie Triplett Don Fisher Pierre McDaniel Robert Robinson William Watson Lewis Harward Mark Hulsey Walter McRae Frank Owen Harry Platt Wilkie Schell Jack Day James Hickey SENIORS JUNIORS Benmont Tench Robert Kurtz Harvey Long William L. Walton Richard Mills Warren Parks William McGuire Burr Ragsdale Gene Holtsinger Walter McLane Thomas McCormick Jack Youngblood SOPHOMORES Louis Trapp Edward Woodberry Joe Bradham Cameron Byrnes Robert Turkington William Cannon FRESHMEN Marcus Jones Arthur Knorr Jack Hagar James Robinson Kay Larkin Stuart Hutson Jack Harrison Edwin Dunn i Robert Mould Ford Thompson Richard Binnicker James Clarke Grover Alison John Remillet James Riley William Reynolds George Sandeter James Worrill Robert Nunez Bruce Robbins Jack Jones Homer Bergmaier Frank Fast Rogers Morgan Jack Callahan Howard Hall Robert Wyckoff Agustus Craig James Webb Andrew Brachen HOUSEMOTHER MRS. HELEN MOTT i ,scifi ,iq 4 V, 1 r V-. I rf L1 -'X 1- 2:5 - f ' 53' 42 X ' L 1 ' -1 Pl DELTA IGMA x , W gig! xt, I fx - 3 , """""":"'TE""" ' "V ' X 'r ' "' 'f""' ' J W7 ' ' ' "?v"x1'Si fr? -'-' T 'Tr' ,1 a'!7'1"W"""fY'4""'Q' .,1 'Silrv , M.3'i,1 ' 1:4ni"e?,'f-' 417, .. by kmifp. -' 93 -wg -f ra, P af , ' we .lg-"K - :wx ,ka rw-:viva , E. , , A, M, ,K W, , X f H , ' A,-1- -QL , Q, ,.. uf. ..L-r.x:..LL1 fC Z.-QmfgEmF:,L ff + 35,31 X l , X' A le 1 vw' ,Aim BAILEY DUSYN GALE CLAVILLE CLAYTON MOORE CARTER JOHNSON WALKER YOUNG ALBRECHT ASHMORE HICKS JACK LENAHAN PERENO 'SV 'r.PZ"3- 'W 'Y 'al' TWXX-"?f'?NK'?l??3 , 1 f"FDR'gz'Tu'1'Tf?sf7I:V"-KZTTTQVT'-it-TT-'.4"f3"3f'Tf KTT NTT "Tim 2- t3K?,?Nv:gLgsqq :z,24Xsgkm-qiQi- V., . .N tl its 45. -3 nz: Congratulations to Florida's newest national, Phi Gamma Delta . . . they tinally made it . . . petition granted unanimously . . . Prexy Moore takes vacation atter his petition et- lorts succeed . . . Headaches about new house . . . l-louse-manager Bailey groans . . . too many fireplaces and lights . . . Young balances books on aspirin tablets . . . Lea down from Tally going 'round and 'round with Whitehead . . . Hiring cooks . . . Firing cooks . . . Mrs. Ensley takes over hiring and tiring cooks . . . then goes to hospital . . . Freshmen short out 'Frankenstein' '... New l-lousemother, Mrs. Chamberlain, takes over hiring cooks . . . tiring cooks. . . l-louseboy learns to cook. . .Albrecht tilibusters . . . Gale takes over Secretaryship . . . Phi Mu takes over most oi chapter. . .Benkin rushes ambitiously . . . Dusyn and the yel- low peril . . . Pereno falls in love . . . l-licks hides tuxedo . . .Clayton sells flowers and calls them Gardenias . . . The "Fijis" are just beginning but watch their dustl SENIORS John Roland Albrecht Joel T. Campbell Hubert F. Cale Wilson J Moore Roland J. Bailey Nrcholas Trrcarrco Frank S Dusyn Shaw Foster Francis M Bradley JUNIORS Daniel L, Clavllle Herbert Clayton Russell Colton SOPHOMORES James Bernard Carter Forbes Ross DeTamb!e Nlorrrs A, Young David T. Sawyer James P. Walker FRESHMEN Quintus Ashmore Jack George Benken Thomas Warren Hacks Francrs H Jack George Douglas Barcus Callms Swords August J Pereno George E. Wolff Lee Robert Thomas James B Lenahan HOUSEMOTHER MRS. C. A. CHAMBERLAIN WAX ...JMR . 4-M' f '.:'-' i ff ,. uc., Zz! lx- X-FN 1 Y! va 'X X..-' PHI KAPPA 'K , I ,Y PR f . - it 1 ' '33 'Er 1 Q. '1, gfL7g53z?5.'!3g,.f3'i ' YK 'sl -if 1 I 4 ,--3 Nr. ,wt .ww- X-gf 'FAU J , s Q "c v QQ .Vw 7 Juv- A-75,3 W -. f M" ij - j., - , -H., W K -f,--5 "X, .11-s-rg-: ' "7"j'!1lVfT' ' A 'f fx if 'g HQ 'We-1 -if r-Q!-53 21,15 ,. 'sw,a.gf.,v .vi fd, .44+-N-g- ,'1.'fSi avi..-Q-g1,.f1LL 'i' MI ' .Ag vfjfs ,Y 1 ul tilivxf Lxfxp - 9 KX AIR Q ,Wf.z?'ff si .SA 'CTT' .wk g Q 1 l,,,,,4-f 3.1 X, N O S' 'gf' ' fav-""' x KO WT' , X 'M Y I Q-swf YS g a ,Q r Q 'K ? , fig 'yi x nur- Xe, -fc- -P10 s. ,.. 2 ff- 'n n 15' , 1 ' Kar ' s V- ' If 40' S Yv- :,g N a, - f- . rx Ff L, 'K xx? f qnm an i-1 :X 'wi' ll ..--W' hifx -.P ' b""" , BIGGS FRATES OVERMAN ROBERTS SIGMAN SERVIS SMOAK CARTER MERRIWETHER MOSHIER PIKULA RICHARDSON WALDRON MORRILL NORRIS PARTAIN TALBOTT WENZEL MINER MORGAN OLSON SEAWARD WALTERS 1'5" . "1 1? " " QW T'5'9i"'75"W75'l'YTf'i'?l"' ff" W 'Yak JW W7 ss" 1 5 YA J' ' 5 ' . "Alf" N' sg qtgssi me W "lk .1 t.1iimQ,gf.f fiat A,,fl.Ks-f, W'-Q. ., in ,N 4 T . , - -- . V , . , , V---e .V .,,A..:--enfe Q.. ,p.1,Y-W..-M-Ne-i TH. Je, No, that rock-fronted mansion with the columns on Masonic street isn't Dr. Tigert's home, it's the new Phi Tau housel . . . Under the genial domestic atmosphere created by Flousemother Knight, Phi Tau's make "Bear Bait" Donnally quiet down and elect him chapter prexy . . . Frates pulls a ''third-linger-lett-hand'' in lirst semester and chapter mourns loss . . . Wen- zel spends year trying to loreak records on the track and make records for Blanks Seminole . . .Annual Xmas Formal at chapter house gets tour stars as all the lads had dates tor a change. . .Chapter invites halt of Rollins lor homecoming. . .the other halt came for Fall Frolics. . .Pikula and Smoak click looots and tell luniors how to loe a Major next year. . . Freshman Morgan hocks syllabus tor sax and swings out with SherWood's Campus dance band, . ,Waldron almost inherits Stokely Food fortune. . .Daniels and Sigman loecome Phi Tau's remaining claimants to political tame. . .Ga-Fla. Week-end dance long remem- loered. . .by the neighloors. . .Living in one ot the finest houses on the campus, Phi Tau's remain among the best. SENIORS William S. Frates Warren O Sigrnan William J. Overrnan Frank Srnaak Hubbard K Biggs John Pikula Rohert A, Roberts CharlesJ Merriwether John D Servis Edward W Donnally John D. Wing JUNIORS O Martin Carter l-lenry Richardson Edward J, Waldron William A Partain William F, Moshier SOPHOMORES l-loward T. Norris Earnest Lee Morrill George M Talbott George l-l Wenzel Clarence D, Daniels FRESHMEN Sheldon B Morgan Charles D. Olson Arthur I., Walters Burton Beverly Neal C. Miner Robert S, Seaward George E, Noel Jarnes A. Smith, Jr, Lincoln Bould "i, f 's , -4 f A ' X A , V J 5: ,V ki, V J 2 lrq i f -' 2, 3 N 33 - .bk , ,. f zf2 ' Qf9, 4 ,gy 1 Ili, , , t 4 t ,ft ""lh-um , t' f .ul-YA v"' A ' ' R- . ' Qxsw t ,- . -gi t!-'-5' Q J if J' gp gh N. Q 'W F3 Y 1,2-I 51' rv" - V. , , .:.. . ' 15' 5357 - '-311' 5 . " 1 . aff-' ' yin an Y ' Q . I Y 92" I PI KAPPA ALPHA Am R' X 'L I l fl v LD ii v ,Q F v it 14 - . .-. if Lm,,vL ,, , ,L,-, ,LL -. ,-,, , f K W, - .I ' A H ' A, , . . . M..- ., .,.,,-,L, ., ,L L-, , ,L ,L W .....,L.w,.., MAL-, f,,-,, L. Lf... L. L ,L A,-3 ,- -A f , 3: gs- -1.5-V. bf -.:. Dwi-Ev WL , -u....fL Tivli 'v 2-v R fm I I . I I .22 if ah gm lp Q- 45 L I if gp. r BOYD BARBER BENNETT FRINK GOZA HASENCAMP JORDAN LANCASTER M'CLELLAN MADIGAN MASSEY MOORE MURPHY REGA slMPsoN TOMASELLO WIGGINS WILLIAMS ZACHRY BRADY BRUBAKER CHRISTIAN HINTERMISTER PALMER POPE ALLEN BALL CAPES CHAPMAN CRENSHAW DILLARD EICHELBERGER FICQUETTE HARa1soN KEPHART LEE M'ALLISTER M'DADE MOSHELL PHILLIPS RICKMAN ROWLETT SNIVELY TURNER, S. TURNER. W. WALKER ALFORD BURR CHAMPLIN CREWS EATON EVERINGHAM FLETCHER GROOVER HAMPTON HARRIS HAWKINS HENLINE HIGGINS HUNTER KENNEDY KITTREDGE MARR MARSHALL SEAVY STEVENS THOMAS WOODRUFF A ' 1 ,, , X X 1 T Q' lvy-clad walls, toothpaste smiles, and genial housemother Siviter at- so L tracted hordes of beaming freshmen . . . Lawmen Gioza and Tomasello found attending classes difficult with so many outside pressing duties-Gaza got Blue Key-Tomasello got Savitt . . . Gla- mour boys Summers, loe Moore, and I-lasencamp-plus new Buick-packed Pike house full of feminine beauty . . . Hinton Baker raised guinea pigs and orchids-not for social purposes . . . Hintermister found love and a bald spot . . . White-haired Lancaster, feeble at hand shakes, but still strong on cigars . . . Charlie Kephart, Dick Fletcher, "Cutie" Crenshaw, and Miller Phillips loom as future Pike bids for Tally fame . . McDade will make Phi Beta Kappa . . . 'Dirty Dan" Labry managed the kitchen, Charlie Boyd orated, and Sam Turner drew beautiful women-between them kept the boys happy . . . Iournalists Bryant and McAllister brought Bill Bega along to lunch-he stayed for dinner . . . Zachry makes A's in law, and waves good- bye to "Bachelor" Iordan . . . Annual 'lMother's Day Reception," still oldest unbroken tradition on campus . . . Still aces at social duties, Pikes sit back and await another year . . . SENIORS Louis E, Barber James R, l-lasencamp Jack Madigan Eldon G Wiggins Charles T, Boyd John l-li l-lintermister George Massey Ralph E Williams Lucius A, Bryant Arthur Wm. Jordan Joseph C Moore Wm B Zachry Russell L, Frink Wm, Mc. Gaza Lewis W. Graham l-linton J. Baker Charles W, Brady Bernays E Bishop Fred N Ball Wm. G. Champlin Ray Chapman Larry B. Capes Barney Alford DeVere Burr Walter L. Crews Robert Eaton Robert Everingham Richard Fletcher Dan C. Labry Ollie Lancaster James P Bennett Kirk Christian Robert J. Eichelberger l-larry S Ficauette Wm Mc L. Christie James R Crenshaw Murrell Dillard Clyde Harbison Charles M Kephart JUNIORS John McClellan Clifford L Summers Wm P, Tcmasella Robert l-l Hamilton Robert Brubaker Grady McAllister SOPHOMORES Sam Turner Robert Groover l'lartzell l-lenline Edward Higgins Peter Hawkins Wm, A. l-lunter Joe l-lamptan Conway Kittredge FRESHMEN Bertram Allen S'dney W Lee Albert Moshell Jesse Rickman Don McDade Wm, Kennedy Wm, Leatherwood James Marr Sam Marshall Billy Seayy Alfred Stevens Valdeen Thomas Wm W. Gibbs Clyde Simpson Wm M, Murphy Frank l-l Palmer Walter Turner Miller O Phillips John l-l Pope Caius Rowlett Frank B Snively David M. Walker Frank Woodruff Wilson Rivers Charles McMillan Gene l-larrison Ralph l-larkness Worth l-larris HOUSEMOTHER MRS. SIVITER is 1. Q End' .E 1 H X 6 I N ' If HR S xi 0 fi fx I ,PV gt X fg I x f qv f- 'fri A A A-A-'I-E A iwvm' ' zrgf. "...ng:... - .H '-'QJJSSLQ -1 rs!-i' I-'rf -'::' Qbf W v' M. 'Q mn...- 1-.Q '59 5.2 4-,I-EL. JM., Pl KAPPA PHI -EE. f,,.:.Qy,fgQM?'y snr J 1, nan.: 515- fun W Ol' ng. 3' 'I 43 ,A xx W' .ww-' 1 ww DAVIS DE VANT GAINES HOPKINS PAPY PARKER RAMSEY. J. SWOOPE TYLANDER VAUSE WHITE WICKER WILSON WITTERS cox EDWARDS FORCE GAELE KUPPERS LEONARD M'DoNAl.o MONK MUNDHENK PEARCE STOER FLOWERS GOODWIN JONES LE1'Ts LOFBERG M'KENZIE MINGONET MOXLEY NEALE RAMSEY. A. FEWELL HUFF KERR RHODES. B. BARBER BARRETT CARPENTER FARNELI. FREEMAN FULGHUM HAGAN HEY LATIMER MILEOD RHODES. G TRIBBLE VAUSE A ia" Gsvwf - lv P' . E is 1'-::...: 2Sa3,sx-lkS.Sgk,Jitgs fd Q52.si-:z4.ei?.fs,riS-ffgsrligvgg J ffl' Situated in the hulo of the fraternity section, Pi Kappa Phi's white pillars and red loriclc front make a lasting impression . . . Grenial Vlfeaver Gaines brought his many honors home in a basket, for Pi Kappa Phi to display to Wide-eyed freshmen . . . Tylander, as President of the Lyce- um Council, found that the campus isn't as fond of culture as it's supposed to loe-strains of the Kryl Symphony still haunt him on off-guard moments . . . Al Hopkins proves that you don't have to loe handsome . . . Pearce, Moxley, and Witters did an excellent jolo of Winning a warm spot for Pi Kappa Phi in many feminine hearts . . . Casanova Wicker returned to the scenes of his old triumphs-this time With a law school gleam in his eye . . . Ramsey and Papy uphold the Pi Kappa Phi's honor on the military field . . . Although a young frater- nity, Pi Kappa Phi has created a truly social name for itself on the University of Florida campus . . . lim Wilson, political mogul . . . Mrs. Hood, housemother. SENIORS Fred De Vant William Papy Robert Tylander Munroe Cox James Kuppers Charles l-l. Stoer, Jr. W, D Flowers William MacKen:ie Brace Rhodes Enos Iserr R, C, l-lagan Hiram Tribble E. P. Barber Jesse Plant Weaver Gaines John Ramsey ldus G Wicker Eugene Davis Ales Edwards James MacDonald l-larley Force, Jr. Robert Cummings Morris Goodwin Milton Mingonet Richard Jones Gittord Rhodes Carl l-ley Norman De Vanr Charter Caldwell James Altred White James Wilson Alvin York l-lopkins Robert Swoooe Lee Monk William Nutting Alex Gable SOPHOMORES Alan l-lutf Richard A Jones Thomas Moxley Archie Ramsey Jack Carpenter Willis Fulghum Dwight Frazier Norris Farnell Charles Barrett L E Mouse Charles Parker Arthur Watters William Mundhenk Pope Leonard Charles Pearce Milton Fewell Ned Letts William Neale l-lenrv Freeman Joe Vause George Latimer Fender McLeod HOUSEMOTHER MiRS. H L ROOD ss, I My .Q I ,ll 1 ,. r ,'4 EI A . It -1- I' A . I2 x - '5- .N A Ar -1 PI LIIIIIIIIIII PHI Q',,C"'fii,."Yi H5 fkifff'z,1"lf?'1j'-iwqnjiTift? 'iff' I -'- . .,m.Q.:m.:.,.....f....- L..xIi'm5LAX',.l.xwi'5EIf.53I:.'inE.113..I,..1.l".i.1l1'3, l . '- Qin I Y 51-Y - 494' YJV 1. IRI? . x 4 1 1 ,..,4 .f Q- .N Rl' gb 'vw v""'3h 'ar 9' vw "" 1 I , . I 9 4' 4- : IWIJI I .If 5,-l .UVM . Mn .- 9 . 5 if +7 ' w '40 . YES? . V' . ,V f. A g. I I g.. I, , A gl vw -'- Q.. W f'wT.,1 A ,R .nglgg Kib vsi l f! U ' X NAQ3 I.- x u A Q I ARONOVITZ. BLOOM CYPEN DAVIS. S. EHRLICH FUCHS HIRSHBERG KAPLAN ROTHSTEIN WEINTRAUB COURSHON DWOSKIN KEMP KOHN LASRIS. H. LASRIS. R. MILLER SABLOW SINGER. M. 'T-P""NTZ. SUBERMAN. ROSEN RUBIN. I. TRAGER WEIS5 WEXLER ARONOVITZ. ESBERG MAYER RICHTER RUBIN. B. SAUL SEMPSON USDIN WEIL ARONOVITZ. BENJAMIN BRONNER COHEN DAVIS. S. FEINBERG FRANK GARDNER GOLDBERG HAYS HIRSCH IRONSON KASTAN KATZ KRANZ LASAROW MEYER MARKS RUBIN. J. RUBIN. M. SABSHIN SILVER SILVERBERG SINGER. D. SUBERMAN. J li, :QQ i . 4' My ' Formerly known as Phi Beta Delta, Pi Lambda Phi received its new moniker in the middle of the year. However, their old tradition of securing top campus honors lingers on . . . Ehrlich now holds the gavel for Blue Key . . . Weiss edits and keeps Freshmen reporters in line in the l'Alligator" office . . . Kohn begs Student Body once every three months for "Beview" material. . . Fogelson makes chapter meeting filibusters on Dissipation, then . . . Bush week rehearsals prove successful in pledging largest class in many moons . . . Arona- vitz finally gets to use brief case on Western Debate Trip . . . Lasris twins splash around on G'renovar's swimming team . . . Rothstein waves Phi Beta Kappa key and rattles sa- bers with Davis and "Blossom" Bloom on drill field . . . Freshman Katz starts off right as prexy of lr. lnterfraternity Conference . . . midnite oil burns and two scholarship cups are retired. . . Suberman leads campus intramural stars . . . Definite plans for new house made and Pi Lambda Phi rolls into a bright future. SENIORS Bernard Fuchs Sherman Kaplan Stanley Davis Raymond Ehrlich Marvin Singer Sidney Aronovitz Simon Rothstein lrving Cypen Maurice Weintraub Simon Hirshberg l-larald Bloom JUNIORS Arnold Rosen Jerrold Kemp Irving Rubin Louis Dvvoskin Robert Lasris Alfred Kohn Robert Sorintz Henry Lasris Harold Wexler Bernard Miller Arthur Courshon Irving Sablow lack Suberman Donald Weiss SOPHOMORES Daniel Richter Nathan Aronovit: Ben Fogelson Shelby Trager Marvin Saul Jerry Sempson William Mayer Marum Weil Andreas Esberg Bernard Rubin Gene Usdtn FRESHMEN Lewis Alberts Frank Davis Lloyd Gardner Murrel Kastan Maurice Meyer Arnold Silverberg 2 Louis Aronovrt: Jerome Goldberg Ellis Kat: lack Rubin David Singer George Benjamin Fred Feinberg Robert l-lays Marvin Kran: Milton Rubin Irwin Suberman Richard Bronner Joe Hirsch William Lasarovv Melvin Sabshin Morton Cohen Stanley Frank Elliot lronson Ellis Marls Lee Silver 4, an L I A Y I n f . 4115 I 1 RQ K IW A x Rf an E f fx A 1. lk v 5 . 73 inf. wi .F 3543 m " 1: 034' wi ' ,f? 9' 'Nw L .fl X .sr ,-1 'NG xr Xs.,-- .4 N .. :J C f Nui Q.-u-f L ' x Ci. 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Q 1' ' ff 3 Q71 .1 6 ', 'isa If +- v 1- .14 ' A -1 2 --.H - :RY .. I -.f M I.. 5 I 1'51',, 5 I - -v wi' '. : Y.-.-:ff 1 I, E:-,Y DoDD M.GAHEY BERG ' DREW I FROMME GRAHAM.H. HAY MESSER MVCULLER MGHTBOWN KIRBY CHANDLER MILLER. D. I MILLIGAN RANDALL REED RooD.E. ROOD.L BREWER BRYAN CARMICHAEL COVINGTON CUTLER GRAHAM. L. GREENE GWYNN HARRISON HIGGINBOTHPV JELKS JOHNSON KNIGHT KNOWLES LICHTENWAL1' LITSCHGI LOGAN HIERS ROSBORO SEWELL TILLMAN VAN DYKE WHEELOCK I WILHOIT WILLIAMS YOUNG ANDREWS ARRINGTDN CAREY coRRY GATLIN JENNINGS MWNTYRE MILLER.J. MORGAN.L PYLES SMOYER SPARKMAN SUMMERMN I vAss BUTLER I CARLTON Q EGGNER FAUTH I WSH I FOSTER GAINES GALLowAY HENDERSON HORTON KENNEDY LEFFLER LIVINGSTONE MVCARTHY M.ELMURRAY M.LEOD MATHIS MONTAGUE MURRAY MURRELL PERRY PIERCE POWER REYNOLDS RISBECK SHACKLEFORI SUMMERS TIMMERMAN TURNIPSEED WILLARD WODLINGER ANDERSON Poor Leo bore the brunt this year and suffered a new coat of some- thing almost daily . . . All neighboring lodges drew suspicious glares from sleuths . . . H. H. Graham finds nobody to box with--they're no nitwits . . . Hamilton at a loss for an office to run for . . . Litschgi snatched a Blue Key . . . Miller discovered a new muscle . . . Ex-prexy Bood finally condescended to don a pledge pin . . . Little brother Toe Bood gets water wings for Christmas Bill Carey matches fluff for fluff with WBUF announcers . . . "Watch My Dust" Carry makes Phi Eta Sigma and varsity foot ball . . . Randall polishes boots and looks for sponsor . . . McG'fahey, loaded down with keys, and still looking Harrison makes touchdowns while "Pretty Boy" Covington makes appalling faces . . . Bob Young disclaims family political strain and burns midnight oil-studying . . . Fromme studies law from practical angles . . . SAE mantel breaks under strain of holding all the intramural silverware . . . Messer sunbathes, and promises to go to class tomorrow. . .Tillman turns fashion clock backwards with his censorable hats . . . Cutler commutes to school from Miami . . . SAE's emerge peerless in intramural and lion-scrubbing . . . Ed Baod lSeniori Grover Robinson l J ur John Hamilton Lynn Lightbown Bill Stanton Joe Road Homer Lichtenwalter Harlan Logan Worley Sewell Ben Tillman William Van Dyke Sammy Pyles George Smoyer Lamar Sporlcman i LAW J. B. Dodd, Jr. tSeniori Harry Fromme lJuniorl Jacl: Milligan llzreshl Horace Drew, Jr lSeniori Ben McGahey lJuniori Louis P. McCuller CFre George Hay, lFresh.l Theo Bruno lFreshl SENIORS Chodbourne Andrews Gerald Kirby Burr Randall Robert Berg Byrne Litschgi William Reed William Carey Heyward Messer Henry Cholker Claude Hiers Dean Miller H, H. Graham Robert Young JUNIORS Martin Brewer Lee Graham Donald Jelks James Bryan John Greene Gordon Johnson Waldo Carmichael John Gwynn Robert Knight Ted Covington Thomas Harrison Gordon Knowles Carrol Cutler Clyde Higginbotham Lamar Leggett Norman Wheelock Merrill Wilhoit J H Williams SOPHOMORES Fred Arrington William Jennings Jack Miller William Carry Ray Mclntyre John Morgan Denby Gatlin Vincent Mead Jack Murrell George Voss Jacl McGritf Winston Summerlii FRESHMEN Phil Anderson Frank Butler Doyle Carlton H. L. Culbreoth Hollis Eggner Dick Fouth Buddy Fish Billy Foster Earl Futrli Harold Gaines Sam Galloway Charles Henderson Billy Horton George Kennedy Billy Leftler Stanley Livingstone Billy McElmurray Jorjls Murray Lester Mathis Robert Montague Mac McLeod Charlie McCarthy Owen McCuller Benny Perry Jack Pierce Joe Powers Billy Reynolds Ted Risbeck Dyer Shackletard Hugh Summers T. W. Timmerman Wilson Turnibseed Louis Wodlinger Ben Willard HOUSEMOTHER MRS. JOREE MCFARLIN U' f , X 4 'zgQ"'f-,,::w ,a X. K CHRISTOPHER DOBYNS HAYGOOD JORDAN KELLY MATHENY WATKINS BARRON BEST HORTON HUFFMAN POUCHER JOHNSTONE MERRILL MORGAN MURPHY SIEBRECHT WILLIAMS WILSON ANSLEY. B. A ANSLEY.G. WNZ BLACKWELL BOTSFORD CANOVA CARUSO COLMNS EISELE EMIG FEASTER FLANAGAN FOX FUGATE HOLLAND HOLTZEN HUDSON LEAR LEE LUTTRELL MERRY SCHMALE SCHOWE SNYDER TAYLOR THOMAS WEAVER YOUNKERS CREEKBAUM DIXON ENTZMINGER HEGLER HUTSON KING MILLER SCOTT SHAW VARNER WILKE5 BURNS JONES SCRUGGS STEWART BUWNG LINIGER SL'ti3!Li" we 'fr it White olumns and white crosses are symbolic of Sigma Chi on the University of Florida campus . . . Savitt gave the Sigma Chi's a plug during Pall Fralics when he swung out on their famous "Sweetheart of Sigma Chi" . . . Under the expert tutelage of Doc Poucher and "Tiny" Matheny, a stormy political season was successfully mastered . . . While Merrill, Siebrecht and Weaver successfully steered through a stormy social season . . . Feaster seems destined for top roles in campus dramatics after the graduation of this year's stars . . . Fox and Haygood look alike . . . Iordan and Christopher find that law books make won derful obtects to throw . . . Stewart shines in the boxing ring, and wields a Wicked saber on the drill field . lanes assumes the dignity of a senior, but is still fighting that old General College jinx . . . Warner Wilson keeps the Sigma Chi house in music when the jook breaks down . . . Prexy Charlie Murphy molds chapter into social success, with a constant stream of convertibles cluttering up the driveway . . . Long known as the "Little brother of the big five," l94l saw Sigma Chi march proudly onward . . . Allen Poueher Peyton Jordan Ray Christopher Keith V, llelly Bull Burns Corwin Morgan William l-luffman Harold Younlkers Earl Flanagan Austin Caruso Martin Elsele Jack Miller Percy Entzrntnger Joe Ktng Raoul Dohyns Coe M. Best Jtm Stebrecht Charles L, Murphy Lyle Wllluams Bob Lee Richard Collins Overton Snyder Wtlltam Johnstone Vernon Weaver Milton Merry Curt l-lolzer Barry Btn: Lcuts Schowe D, Varner Byron Emtg Tom l-lutson Max Blanchard John Edward Merrill William Stewart James l-laygood Jerome Fugate Wllllam l-lorton Norman Feaster James Luttrell SOPHOMORES Warner Wilson Calvin Jones Randolph Matheny Joseph Barron Carl l-lolland Walllani BLIHHWQ Sam Johnson Gus Ansley George Fox l-luhert Ansley John Cooper Scruggs Alan Schmale Burt Canoya Warren Lear Charles Taylor Paul McKee txlerman Botsfard Bob Hudson J W Shaw Tom Hegler Bill Dixon John Wilkes Frank Creekbaum 4 ur' I ...r- ,!+s'g if .. -.nf 4 1 -:sr gun 1? w....4 un' -'fax' I.: .1 X ' X .Q 3. -f. ix L?-in I Nvjf I n . - L . IGMA .vi ff-0 Wh' -nv' - ...qv if Yr' V- ' L4 K ff. lb. 1 .vga 1? 48 Jun. 'E' W 5.1 1 CW'-3-,.f'. , 5 . 'Q 3' 1 ' , ARMSTRONG BAKER BRYANT FRENCH, A. GERMAIN. D. WILLIAMS GREGORIE LINDSEY PALLARDY PARRISH PEEPLES POWELL RANDOLPH SAPP UNDERWOOD WAKEFIELD ABELE. C. R. BASS BLOOD BROWN CAMPBELL L. P COLEE. H. W. ELEBASH FRENCH. W. HARBIN HULBERT HUNT KENNEDY KURTZ LYONS MERCER MURPHREE SANSONE WHITAKER BASSETT BENNETT BORDEN BUTLER CAMPBELL COLEE. R. F. CONE GIBSON HARDAKER LLEWELLYN MANNING PATTERSON ABELE. H. ARANGO BARCO BARNETT BISHOP BRINSON CARMODY CLARK CHRISTOPHER DE COUDRES DIBONA GERMAIN. D. GRIMES HIXON KNOWLES LYNCH OXFORD ROBERTSON SUMNER TRAMMELL WATTS WEADOCK WITHERS T. D -:.1,,,.-r:q,,g.,' ,gy-LL .'i,,'-.J I H 3 W mf" f ,A ,.i,fgJ'5", Witg M K . "mais ' J :S Q gf, 'rm 2 2i""Y7TG""" 3553, , if r f .. it 1 , MW.. Victims of a time-honored mortgage gag, Sigma Nu this year dropped the option and roped in the largest number of freshmen pledges during rush Week . . . Erstwhile politicos "Cadet Colonel" Wakefield, chapter prexy Smokey Lindsey, and "Lover" Stoudemire dangled their keys at dazzled Freshmen who succumbed to the lure of the snake lodge . . . Cheerleaders Ger- main and Hulbert dizzier than ever from frantic sommersaulting before 'Crator Fans . . . 'lDoc" Baker and "Flabby" Bryant emerged triumphantly from a year of strenuous loving, minus a single Wedding ring . . . Boast 21 men in Advanced Military . . . Ed "Undy" Underwood protected his own guilty conscience by writing the only living gossip column himselfl . . , An- nual Christmas Carol Reading and Sigma Nu-Phi Delt gridiron fray add perennial distinction to social calendar . . . "Little Corporal" Cone undecided Whether to spend his life debating or politicing . . . Peeples retires from Honor Court to enjoy digni- fied senior year . . . Campbell still needs a haircut . . . Colee needs a shave . . . Seems the Army will get Leon Bass one way or the other . . . Grregorie and Randolph, class of '40, still here . . . and so the famed "Country Gentlemen" Leonard Baker Tom Wakefield Nathan Lindsey John D. Sapp Eugene Elebash Howard Sullivan Orman Powell Bernard Parrish Frank Bryant Lee Pallaray Charles Whitaker Robert Wright SENIORS JUNIORS Russell Peeples Fd Underwood David Germain John Armstrong Joe Sansone Jack Campbell James Gregorie Jack Randolph Theoron Williams Herbert Hulbert Bob Abele Bill French Richard Harbin Alpheus Kennedy Ben Hunt John Stoudemire Harry Hardman Bill Mercer Fred Lyons Charles Kurt: Virginus lvlurphree Norman Blood Leon Bass SOPHOMORES John Manning Jimmy Llewellyn Leonard Gibson Robert Campbell Al Cane Raymond Colee Tom Bennett John Patterson E. W. Borden Herbert Abele Jack Barco Bill Barnett Burton Bishop Jack Brinson Don Christopher Raymond Butler Bill Clark Joe Di Bona Russ De Coudres Earl Dyer Dill Germain Bill Grimes Pepper Hague FRESHMEN Curry Bassett Billy Hixan kenneth Jacobson Dave Knowles Jimmy Lister George Lynch T. J. Oxford Bob Robertson Paul Hardaker Jimmy Withers W B Fredrickson HOUSEMOTHER MRS. MASON ml pass off 40 ill Ling.- ...A.... v- .X a i A N6 2 2' -T A1 1, ' Guy. i -1 ,4- .4 Y .-.s 2 ,-Lf x ii xg A IGNIA PHI EP lL0 U 4, U - i V V1 - Y Q Qs-er' ffm--' 'gf wfqgzfsgm--Q-55 -5 .-W ,Q-55-vjwfqgg f -xiii A-Mz.,QJf1xz1q',5,.,1.?.k3gQ.M-.ix xi Nil, Y x ' A 'X T 4 '-:HX .J 'f-.A A' "z,-WC' 1' A wg" Q: VQG-M1 'H ,W .LW N-, . -, ...w,L,,..A,.......,.-,L,.. .T New ,LN STEWART 03' 6. SWEAT M'cAR'rY MARSICANO BURNS. J. F BURNS. T. M HELSETH M'KERcHER A M'KEE MIKELL BAGWELL BREWER CARLTON N45 We fk cowEN DE WITT E .. xl FROST R: HULL FRALISH 3 SCHOCH ""' ,j ,MM , A 5' Ea, mf. ' X TURLINGTON 'f M 5 WHITNEY W 1q"K""' W WILLIS ANDERSON BAZEMORE GRAVELY pn . 2- F' K , MORRISON .J an ' ,wp R ' MUNNELL ff' , ...ff NORA if I RICHARDS SNARR DUNN ELLIS HULL .pn-' ,QA M.COY Y SAUCER SCHOPMEYER SLAUGHTER ZOLL -' ' . . . - T , 'as 'fzxxrw '19 .Z if - .sfsiiirr-' is-:f .-.f ' 'fs-'F-' . I'iI1i.'t J1"E?F 5 ' . fS"f4'f"?313"7"i 5F' , , f - . ' V . ' X f fins ln spite of Grange fights with neighboring Pikes, SPE remains proudly among the stauncher lodges of the campus. . ."Preacher" McCarty distributes time between being Student Body Prexy and preparing his Sunday Sermons. . .l-lull, Cowan, Bagwell and Parham keep SPE well represented on Gator Grid Team . . . Dance in lax at Ga.-Fla. game hi-spot of social season. . .Stewart waves Blue Key and becomes chapter dictator . . . New dining room to be built this summer, . .'lBenito" Marsicano and Sweat sabotage each other to gain "top social man of chapter," title. . .SPE splashes through to win campus intramural swim meet. . .Lewis forsakes chapter for a wife. . . Macliercher finally graduates . . . then joins navy. . ."Toots" Mickel ends successful four- year laundry career. . .Burns wipes tear from corner of eye and waves farewell. . .Sheriff Bamsey hunts "road trip" pigs at SPE house. . .he found 'em. . .houseparty at Daytona annual affair. . Stevens, McKee and l-lelseth recuperate from Et. Benning and take it out on Erosh cadets on the Bull Stewart drill field Rocco Ma rsucano .lads sit back and wait for another McCarty. . . SENIORS John McCarty Leroy Sweat Tom Burns Rex Macliercher John Palmer Charles Mukell Carl Snarr Bob McKee Albert l-lelseth Robert L Casey Clarence Thacker Dan Stephens Jim Burns Jack Moore JUNIORS Milton l-lull William Cowan Ralph Turlington Vernon Whitney Joseph Whiting Charles Remnng TON Harold Willis Charles Sherman l-larry Parham Jim Walden Wilfred Schock Jack Frost Std Brewer Archie Bagwell William DeWitt John Frallsh Euben Carlton SOPHOMORES Keene Clark Leroy Morrison Pete Bazemore Art Lewis Kenneth Anderson Ludlow Ashmore Dudley Arnold l-larold l-lull John Schopmeyer John Nora Billy Newett Bob Munnell l-larry Carlton C N Kirkland James Zoll FRESHMEN Bully Taylor Ralph Richards William Crowe Ray Ellis Frank McCoy l-larrel lfmght Paul l-larrls Edward Sloughler Harry Cone L. B Gravely Loren Snorr John l-larrls Eugene Saucer Wesley Dunn 454 5 1' it .". 1, ir J 1 -,ag A K gr v--wfvriffr-ff. ' .f1:'f"vwx':"4' vu. w, I -, + . Ar ,::cf..g,Awq .naw ,4ft,. 1. 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A NAMROW RICHARDSON ROSENBERG SCHNEIDER SPECTOR UNDERBERG Underneath a spreading oak tree towards town on University Avenue stands the hall ot Tau Ep- silon Phi, proud and mighty as another year rolls by. . .Blatt finally graduates from Law School . . . still holds campus record ot not having dated here during his seven year stretch . . . Prexy Phil Goldman nabs title ot BMGC in his junior year. . . Robbins blazes trail ot social glory over the state . . . Rosenblatt disgusted with two buttons on his shoulders alter a hot summer at Ft. Benning . .Bearman and Goldman manage intramurals while Essrig handles varsity basketball tive . . . Ex-prexy Wolly takes tennis honors . . . Newman still pecks away in the "Alligator" plant . . . Levine graduates and a Recruit Sergeant from dratt board live awaits him at the back door ot the Auditorium. . .Fall Frolics tea and formal dance top social activities . . . Grab intramural shutfleboard trophy . . .The Teps sit back on their porch and wait. . .'till 3 PM. when G'ville High is out. . . SENIORS Herbert Goldman Leonard Wolf Richard Krause Gerson Blatt Phillip Goldman Martin Greenberg Howard Carasrlg Ansel Wittenstein Henry Gardner Julius Bearman Stuart Gordon Newman Frank Rosenblatt Albert Leon Schneider Frank Hurvrt: Saul Levine Harold Mendelson Saul Spivala George Wally Marvin Essrig Nathaniel Mostow Albert Powers .l. B. Dobkln Sol Alexander Lawrence Feinberg Kurt Teutsch Mitchell Brodie Aaron Goldberg Eugene Rosenberg Alvin Bobrott Leon Levy JUNIORS Sam Hyman Mitchell Baumstei Leonard Robbins Howard Gllberg Jaclz Seitlin Raul Giller Gerald Klein Edward Goldberg SOPHOMOR ES FRESHMEN Herbert Feinberg Herbert Sussman Warren Llndau Joel Cohen Irvin Slott Robert Kaplan Leonard Glasser Don Underberg Joseph Fields lcel Me-ndelsiivn laclf. Jentzer George Graham Arnold Sussman Melton Augustine Charles Rasenblatt David Mazo Norman Miller Jerry Elkin Milton Frschbein Arthur Kaplan Arnold Narnrow A Haber Elmor Spector Jack Baumstein Bob Rippa HOUSEMOTHER MRS. A. E. COHN vs 5 it " ! V It -ww i.. ' -G N0 -as x I fa. f f .- N -'I . .A xy' ',,5. x, . .3 44' 9 1 ,F ,Q ,v R If . Xf 'X Ag 'Qi' -.-.-Q ABQ' . 1 I Q I r Q, ,,.. I , ..- i -4'-an Y '-'I swf' 1 ,I flu gi f HWY- lui 'l'HE'l' IHI I 3 ' I 'R-' 5 , .kx,,,n..., - X , -, ,....,..,,,. M......, WY . .., , ..,,,,, ... vw. ..,..,.,..J.,..,. ..,, .:,f,.L-,...,..,.. , H1566 W 3 X HQ. af, Psvf "Wim ...- yr- BENTON. H. CONE. C. W. GREGORY HYATT MERRILL MOWRY PETTIJOHN SKIPFER BENTON. J. CONE. J. FLY KING MACKINTOSH MALCOM WILLIAMS. C WILLIAMS. T. BARBOR BRADSHAW DEBUSK DENNIS. B. ENSIGN GARNER GODWIN HENDERSON RADFORD SNOW STOUTAMIRE ZETROUER BASS DENNIS. N. MANOWN STEPHENS WHITFIELD q -""'.. .4 lla i Z, .4 1 4... H 1, ,.. . .-1.r..,M- ,fm C,-w,.33T,,5:,,,q,,:,. ,,.,t,., .:,.-,Q - V N ,W .4..,,,,:.,. . 7, The lads down in the big "Mustard Villa" rolled along smoothly this year in their usual strong but guiet manner. . .Homecoming Banquet highlighted social calendar with many celebrities and alumni "among those present". . ,Pettijohn hangs tinal hardware on lovely Teen Yarborough. . .prexies Fly and Malcom didn't have such good luck. . .Henderson starts new wrinkle for national detense. . ."Pennies for Military Ball". . .Merrill and Stoutamire still decorating and repairing. . .Cone Twins, resigned to their late, lend their imposing bullc to the chapter's good nature prestige. . ."Blue Key" Gregory manages and manages and manages the Debate Club. . .Bennett shoots birds between classes lor rushee's dinner . . ,Theta Chi's Spaghetti dinners become a tradition . . . Spacious grounds easily con- verted into Lover's Lane . . . Theta Chi's traditional motto still prevails-"Good things come in small packages. " SENIORS Murray W. Bennett William C Bowen Julian I., Cone John H. Mackintosh Herbert Benton Charles W Cone Donn Gregory George B. Mernll Ross E Mowry Fred R Petliiohn David E Slipper JUNIORS John Benton C Eugene Heiiderson John F. Malcom liranlr H Stoutariiing Edwin VV. Fly Chauncey ls. Hyatt George B. Radford Russell Yoder John M king Beusse Snow SOPHOMORES John Barbor Robert Dennis Grayson Ensign Leroy Godwin Clifford Bradshaw Franklin DeBusl. William E Garner Wallace Zetrouer FRESHMEN Albert Bass Norman Dennis Voyle Manown Tilghman G Williams Ralph Folsom Douglas l.. Stephens HOUSEMOTHER MRS. FLORRIE MORRIS A 'iii JUHIU H lHlERlHHlEHHllU CUHFE HEHCE i T -sy il" ff Al- ins 15: 6. 6,5 H 55' , I In Abele Barnez Fish Latirner Pearson Sirnong Alpha Gamma Rho l-'alrih ClT'Hll"lif'T Ell 4, Crrefer' Alpha Tau Omega lffrl lJ'i',li,iri Aglwrriortg Barrett Charnl,+er'. Harrington I-larrigcfn Halsey ivlanown fyla rshal I Dpiztfim Sifhneidor Teague 'lfliornag li- - Briirnli lri'a',i,irifr Beta Theta Pi 1 liri ,l llilif r V l lmifliir Chi Phi iffy iff rr y l f P- . Y H "Elf l V Delta Chi llfllllflll l lwriii i lv li 'Kal' it 'ii lfff-'if"1'rWl Delta Sigma Phi Elifl lflfJTCl"iuQ'lr,JV l'Iv 'el Efavenpor Delta Tau Delta Earl Vine l'lf1VVy' fran" Kappa Alpha lam Teagan- l 'anli lNlwile'2'fle Kappa Sigma f'fffirge Harrianii Vliarlie Thfirnfi Lambda Chi Alpha lrlwfiril lic-'nllih llwiil lpivnwri, Theta Chi 'l f. William, lziifi fvlanovvn l VineS Ba tchelor Davenport Kaplan McCoy Single Weadock Pi Lambda Phi David Singer Ellis Katz, President Phi Delta Theta Bob Miller Mark l-lulzey Phi Kappa Tau Charls-35 Olson Bert Beverley Pi Kappa Alpha Sam Marshall Poli Eaton, Carrespor Pi Kappa Phi fnoorqe Latrner Vharlep Barrell Sigma Alpha Epsilon George Kennedy Buddy Fish Bentley Dixon Katz Miller Slaughter Whiteside Sigma Jae Sill Sigma Bah Artl Sigma Wdzng SeC'y Brurnby Eaton King Glson Smith Vlfilliarng Chi King Dixon Nu Weadacl-4 tar Abele Phi Epsilon Frank McCoy Edward Slaaghle Tau Epsilon Phi Al Schneider Bob Kaplan r, Secretary Phi Gamma Delta Oninlu5 Aihrnore 'wnrnoy Carter CTL' A,,L!1.,lZf PROFIT AND LOSS STATEMENT OF THE SEMINOLE For Year Ending May 31, 1941 11XJ1CFCi1X1B EXPENSES i gil1C16lT1S Xxliisi girl: L"f1l,lV65 ti- L l tj t POVNQ BOVIOM To Mil G7 LlQl1 lxlcnlreg "" 31 19999 , 3-Tm. 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A B55 55 ,,'Ifei',fCm' Eg ' T g , 'BV' i ,NWCQ1 Paging Fernandez for 100 pictures 1Editor gets 5051 split' 3,335 33 ,'.4'x.i.i CL 'C 355 ' .1 C L QE 'l C- 'J V .Mlm fr ,N Lmgx i 1 "vs,-12 Trips to Jacksonville, Washington, l-lonolulu, Miami, Los 1, .tg ..i fn ,,........, ,3- ,I ' gr LV, Wm, I Xjr VF' VT X CCD I, g 30,8 Angeles, Chicago ..,......,......,.,............. 4,-1-14 44 rs ,ner i tg 1 ut wg l 'i Ju 1 5,5 tg - Y Wig tj 1 i,,,lC,m few ' 11905 60 Board of Student Publications lwuslw money ......,,....... 1,111.11 i L- .............,. ...,...., . . .. 3 , 1 'www 1' E L ef L L f. V., f ' w 1 Entertainment for attice staff llrlell, it s their Bus nessl .. 333 D3 Vic: tfr L.wEriii31,ipi1iLi t'l1-.ICQ ..,.l, -101, 41, 77 1 ' V W W Advertising ...,,.........,..............,........., ella TOTAL INCGME ....t. ,,l.,Q. .....l... S i 377332 TOTAL EXPENSES ...,.......l..,l....,.,.. 2131-199996 Q Toe E-:ess it ri-iiirne ,ter e-oenses leaves a orotit ot more than tlwe Editor with a little nest egg on which to get married in the Florida f' a gli-i'.' ng trilriiitig tig ine evvnoinx used hx the Editor. This leaves editorial custom THE LAWYER'S LIBRARY Should be selected with care, Our long experience is vaurs tor tlwe asking and whether you intend practicing in Florida or some other state, we are pleased to otter our services. Cornolete list ot Florida Law Books mailed on request also Bulletin ot New ond Used Books, John M. Elliott Florida Representative THE HARRISON COMPANY LAW BOOK PUBLlSl'lERS ATLANTA, GEORGIA THE BEST DRESSED MEN WEAR SCHWOB CO. O Jacksonville PeI1SOC0l0 Miami St. Petersburg Orlando Tampa AGENCIES Daytona Beach Tallahassee Lakeland Gainesville West Palm Beach THE EXCHANGE BANK OF ST. AUGUSTINE W "CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF l'1-ll" ,..f 'dl , xxx WNXSM , wffv , I . fix,-55' -A x IT 1: 1 ' , Groccrie eat.:-Sea foods-F-rdalunu 'J L I II I I-":iiEFEEIi'55E ' '. FU 'E "I - T IIIQFII,.I1I1f .J I , FIM Il T 1 S M 1, mfJIJLLII,aAu:LIL:LaT2iII I Ii i M II we ve upe' ar ers ' EES if . GIOCQIIQS .25 ,lui yxgfm 7.n,iIIIf,HIfZfa-ZfIg- ' 'sf' WAI 'W' A Q V Meats One of the South's Great Stores Sea-Foods , Produce WHITE QHIUI 1' ' Q B 5 DAYLIGHT MARKETS JACKSONVILLE FLORIDALX JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA CLARK fr LEWIS CO. "SensibIe Service" WHOLESALE GROCERS HOTEL SUPPLIES JACI SONVILLE, FLORIDA IN JACKSONVILLE ITE ALWAYS FURCHGOTT'S THE STORE ACCOMIVIODATINC, EOR HEST VALUES MAL. HAUGHTON, JR., CO. R E A L T 0 R S MORTGAGE LOAN CORRESPONDENT ATLANTIC LIEE INSURANCE CO, RICI-IIVIOND, VIRGINIA IOS WEST BAY STI-'EET JACIKSONVILLE , Diamonds Convenient Terms COIIQVOIUIOIIOVIS I Duval Lu.. 1 I If1,II' +1II1Iev:1'rm'rII durrrnq IIM- Inf! yew I ALL OVER FLORIDA I I I Ir I' III III- IIIIIJVL' Iv '11 y,u1fCLI,.IIII Q III MAIN STREET ----- - JACKSONVILLE, FLA THE SHAW-WALKER CO. 608 LAU RA ST. 'Built Like a E Skyscraper' 135 ri 5 :I.., , . II , .A JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA Largest exclusive makers of office furniture ond filing equipment in the world JACKSONVILLE PAPER COMPANY tAcksortv1uE, FLQI-WDA l,,1lffl'lQll3LllOl?lS Oli COLLEGE AT 55.00 A WEEK SOUTHERN tvtAtD AND EYEREST FILLERC Fuptj Get rushed bt each one at the twenty-txva lraternitie V lA next ,ne exert week and a haltl ....................... itflljlt Qlathes l3rirr.itx rtgommates shirts and ties Wear Dads old suits. .SCUO K, -- y Bo-Els Why but them when thevre all in the library? ........... ECl.Ol'l TABLE l S ANU Cglvlpggl-llQlXl E'OOl K klatrcuts Get your best trtend to put a bowl on your head and cut around it .......................,..........,............ 'SOOO Laundry Da gaur ann .....,......................,,...,..... LEIUUO Entcrtatnment, Crash movie once a xveel., Also sit in an Executive ff , ,E f. , We 3 ,- , A tfgunil meetings 'thatis late nt tunl ......,............... lil? RCN xlkfkll Elin Ev Usltttj Evert, iliransportatran Hitch hilce ....,...,. ,NEO Qll Cigarettes bum att tour triends .,,. .,.. Otttt A i A Y Beer, Brett Your own in the lavatart - ........... ......,...., S O00 lxlmlllt-i'l' Owl' VVGYH bthoes G3 baretoot ...............,................,......, SOOO Fruit tutces You're livtng tn Florida, ain't you, Gr to the graves .... SOOO Room rents Stall the landlady or borrow a trailer ...,,.,,..,..,.. EO OO Fees and other expenses Be a smooth polittcian , , .,......,... SOOO Trips to Tallahassee, date, Coles, et' ....... ..., 5 SCO GliAlXlD lO'l'AL, .,... .... ilu 500 Getting Off on the Right Foot is mightv important to anv voung man entering the world at business, First impres- sions are otten lasting impressions . . . and most emplovers examine critically the banking connections ot a prospective employee. First thing after commencement, associate vourselt with a good bank. Become acquainted with the otticers, seek their advice on matters ot business We invite you to take advantage ot the triendlv counsel and convenient services which this bank has to otter. FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK OF lACl4SQlXlVllsLE A FINANCIAL STRONGHOLD Illl EPI' OMER P5 IIIEAL ERTILIZEIIS ACE with Scienli ic Progress ODERN agricultural college graduates hate learned to respect 4 H375 19615. -E Q76 as '3 F - O . --P . 21 95 the principles and practices of science, It is detinitely to your advantage to continue the application ot the scientific way as you enter your chosen career ln Florida's largest complete te-rtiliier tactory where IDEAL FER- , TILIZERS are ntade the theory you have learned in your college laboratories is put into practice, Here you will tind the sante precise attention to scientitic principles, both in the rnanutacture ot IDEAL Brand Fertilizers and in tield testing ot the product And we know that as you share Florida's great agricultural tuture you will tind, as countless thousands ot other successtul tarrners and growers! IDEAL Brand Fertiliiers giye you rd t I I g ea er yie d and greater protit , . I year in and year outl WYI l.SON 8 'l'00DlEB FERTILIZER CGRIPANY Manufacturers of IDEAL Fertilizers .IACKSUNYTI LLE, FLORIDA HTLQISIQQD IUPOTECTION , I , AND FRIENDLY Dne ot the South's Finest and Largest Of AUTHENTIC T h e A T L A N T I C UN lVEll?SlTY-STVLED NATIQNAL BANK CLOTHING or mcrsou Mi Arrii wet r 'llift-IITII I IAT .,l il lui lt, IME l'll-'LT IIATILJI I r1'J'l'lH' it illi- Ili ii-E iffifiiif- Allfil it r rr, r,,Yri Fffiili ii, F Y , iif VILLE I EAI li S Y LEVY'S ADAMS AT HOGAN JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA IONAL BANII F' iirifila JAL BAI ll', rfild iiatlotiftls ieixxtriic, IN JACKSONVILLE ' I w liii, ,X-I.l ill' X-TlAlllll IfllfJIlAl Ei ,ii i is Y t d Is-zfxlllc, Sjirlnt Straight tor I li rrl Fliii li fir :fri Li l+Lfwi ll tl.ll'f tiwiiyiilmo ltflll, SEARS, RQEBUCK 6- ,'.' I Fflllii l'riil'li I'lil"f'I'Q1 gtryiitjr petri is Allfyfillrf Tqfyfll! THE STQBE OF FASHION WITFI YQUNG IDEAS Fflfllll Erlri il ,li I , iixzlli FIEIINEII Tll AT I-il-JOAD PI irilfir l'ffI"i'f'1I Dfsiirizil liisurciiiriii Coriioraliiyii , mx N qv- Y, , Mi' X Q, ' ,,,. W, .. 1. P I , ,." sy 'Q' ,, . - , ,. N . P-fl Z .Al ' ' ' ,XL 7!.,f,', 7llfiZ'aiVl.llfiJ till ZIAIZS A-EIYZLDIIC 6 llldtld UU., LIAICQAUIII' ,f Mfg' f 4, .1 ,Q 19 Y. Q 1 ! 'fs .. fy 43 9 ,A .71 b CAIITIDN 7. WN y 1 1 I5 -4 . S X 0, v f ' 9 . ,f V ,,1.. 35 1 5 if . ' Q Q' ,.-., if COLLEGE MEN We QIQIIQVIJIIIILIIIE' xI'II CIW IIIL' XXCVIA XIILI I'IC1w' CIUIIL III fUIILgI,- VXI fefwquwsig III,e'xx'sL- III-, IMHQILILIIII- rL':Lim'r1sI,vIIIIg IIILII Imam mu IIII rests LIIIIIII ILILIV sfILII1ILIe"s. S-'Img' LTI ILILI mem Ore IIIQLIIILI III Ik xx.,-rIII Ieoders The B-JmeII Iwos Iwoerw Q Ieociexr IIT IIIQ IJQIII IITQ In III In I'ImIcIIJ Im mer 5-I Tears XM- how helped Lvfhers Gnd me feel IIIOI we sqm I'IeIII ww: I,II1cre II is -j0r1sIsIeI1I IIIIII Qwd IMJIIIIIIQ, and xxlwere :I COIT I'-If IWIIIIIJIII QLIxfIJIwIo-geelns 'IIN THE BARNETT NATIONAL BANK OF JACKSONVILLE and its effiliotesi THE BARNETT NATIONAL BANI OE DQLAND, DeLcmd, EIorIdo THE BARNETT NATIONAL BANIL OE COCOA, Cocoa, Elorude. THE BARNETT BANIQ OE AVON PARI Avon Pork, EIorIdo THE ST AUISUSTINE NATIONAL BANIA, OE ST AUGUSTIIXIE, ST ALIQLISIIITG, Elerldcl, THE BARNETT NATIONAL BANK OE EORT LAUDEREIALE, Eerf L0LICIerdoIe, EII,wrIdG MEMBERS FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION THE UNIVERSITY of ELORI OA USES MONARCH FINER FOODS C0mpIIrs1'sIer1Is LII SOUTHERN DAIRIES JACKSONVILLE! ELORIOA Our Success IS A.'Im'1I:recI IA YIM Sfgtusm IILIII STERLING E. SMITH JEWELER AND SILVERSMITH FINE VVATCH ANEA ,IEVIELIW IQEPAII-'INII HOTEL WINDSOR JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA TO THE GRADUATES OUR BEST WISHES 1 COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY COmpIImemIs OI KENT WARREN COMPANY Joeksomvulle, EIorIdo Meds ond Young Mem's Clothes Compllmerwts of E. C. NEWSOM FURNITURE CO. JACKSONVILLE -----A A ELQIQIDA WHATEVER THE SPORT VVE EURNISH THE EQUIPMENT Harry Finkelstein Company SBI-39 West Boy, Cor Jeffersom SI JACKSONVILLE! ELORIDA PATRONIZE GILBERT HOTELS in the following cities in FLORIDA: Miami- 1912 1941 E. H. THOMPSON CO., Inc. KITCHEN, DINING ROOM and INSTITUTIONAL EQUIPMENT "Paramount Hotel" ff6'ff'T V. EST ESAH STIQEET Miami's only Air-Conditioned Hotel Jacksonville- "Gilbert Hotel" "DeSoto Hotel" "Briarcliff Apt. Hoi'el" St. Augustine Daytona Beach Kissimmee Tampa West Palm Beach St. Petersburg Pensacola Gainesville Ft. Lauderdale-"GilbertMaryland Hotel" Lakeland-"GilbertWashburn Hotel" Tallahassee "A HOME AWAY FROM HOME" JACKSONVILLE, ELORI DA PHONE 5-:W 'E SATISFACTION GUARANTEED .,.CfTe77efl geuTef7y Co. 220 Main St., Jacksonville Diamaiwcls., Watclwef, Silxerxxare, Clrgirl S, CIT na and AII Jewelry T Spa Side Vilfiallm, wrzte I-,Ir eIQIecIaI VGIQS Ia WIIIIaIn Ing-ITIT IQEPAIII' WORIN A SPECIALTY H"'fIf MIGHT E'fG'3'If FIWIG COMPLETE OPTICAL DEPAIQTIIIENT MJT, ISI ti OCT Iww Ist! If-II, MAX WITTENS 52 W. Earsyth ST. Showing what We claim to be the MENS QLQTHING SIAIQES fmesf suit ID Town aT ............ . Al ID EUPNISEI I NGS CDIAIAIDIIISISIGISITS af ESY MICHAELSSTERN MAX XNITTENS In Ficclwester 52 Fgfgyfh Sf- VISIT H A V E R T Y ' S COMPLETE Home FURNISHINGS LONG EASE TERMS P, W, WILSON COMPANY IIT MAIN STIQEET IAQI SONVILLE, FLORIDA TAI LAHASSEES IEIEST STOIQE SII ICE IEEZT MILLINEIPY LADIES' SHOES IWDIES' IQEADN'-TO-WEA? 'ii plpfg Cxfbfjlijg AND NQTIQN5 EXTEND IIEAI-QTIEST CONGRATULATIONS TO TIEIE cmss ar 'MII The SWEET SHOP Tallahassee, Florida At South Gate at Col!egeefOpoosite Landis and Gilchrist O COMPLETE FOUNTAIN SERVICE SOUTHERN DAIRIES ICE CREAM SA NDWICHES f COLD PLATES LITTLE DINNERS WAFFLESHOYSTERS-SPECIAL DISHES WHEN IN TALLAHASSEE it is SPICK 6' SPAN YOUR HEADQUARTERS "At the College Front Gate" 'IW THE LEWIS STATE BANK FLGRIDAS OLDEST BANK BEGAN Business in use MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION IW Compliments ot THE CAPITAL CITY BANK RED WING SHOES For College Men K. I ,Nl TALLAHASSEE ' MEMBER OF THE FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION RED WING Im MINNESOTA K ...V sw f I ivsuliiitriwnifsy E 'HW' ,e ,K 1 H.--..-f , 4 ,, Little Ralph Martin sang for N7 ff-T-rm - :Aj 34,5 t-.g Wee Willie Norman running Q plqgel f lg I gfAgff'y through the dorms, What he wanted was the ' ,SERS vg,s1 V 'ASA Rn X I To TT if Q ,If I I Upstairs and downstairs ac- vice-orexy's race. I, ,. ISTXX It 1 A I I Cording to form, When he got there, McRae ' A A T, kt C- Q it I ISVIOCIOVIQ Ol The WIVICIOWS, had it gewedl lg X 2 'XTX Y I IX I EX If shouting through the So into the Honor Court Ip It E ' doors, . I ' x! - ' I.l A Lf . f - 1 Martin was throwed. Wxgij K la I I ' Elect me to otticeeeel wont I X' ,f 'I ' Al X' , Q0 IO WGFI I 1 A I ff' I3 It ' 1 ff W IM I A T -4' RT but I 'l I J , , - , :J f ' 'TI' COm,,,,mQ,.,S of BEASLEY AND WILLIAMS FURNITURE The Phlfer State Bank GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION 9 GO GET AEIVI GATORS Gainesville, Florida ' oifxiilowo Iiieifzijrifxmts xlfxtcries COVUDIINWQHIS Ol siiveitsmitiis EXPERT REPAIRING CHESNUT OFFICE EQUIPMENT Co- J. Globes Chesrtut Class ot IQI4 LEWIS JEWELRY C0. 307 W, University Ave, STUDENT SUPPLIES GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA ' 'Il FI . . Phone 455 Gamesvl e' 0 Compliments Ot Reliable Credit Silverwa e "CAI NESVILLES LEADING JEWELERSH W. F. DUKE Cr CO., Inc. GAINESVILLE, FLoRioA 333 E "The Home of Friendly People" UNIVERSITY CHEVROLET COMPANY New and Used Cars Geaairie Chevrolet Parts arid Service . Main St. South Opposite Post Gainesville, Florida Office VISIT TH E VARSITY GRI LL AIR-CONDITIONED COMPLIIVIEINJTS OF THE COLLEGE INN Across from the Dormitories College Clothes for College Mem Popular Prices SIKSSO OTTO F. STOCK Schwobilt Clothes Dry Cleaning Gaines ville, Fla RUTHERFORD'S l22-IZ4 East Main St., North GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA GIFTS FOR EVERY OCCASION tHERE's NO suestitute FoR RIDDLE ATHLETIC Sl-IGES State Distributors tor BENDIX OUTBOARD MOTORS SENTINEL RADIOS WILSON SPORTING GOODS 13. BAIRD HARDWARE CO. GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA il. a M. ,A-.1 - . ,Nil . .Av ' , A A . A ,1"?Xi 2 . " A A fri Y-if Qxgigpvnycxi mglgvr .'hk,53 - K ' L Qu, Ng A " ' UNIVERSITY 1000 ' Q Af' E Q . ..?,T. Q V: - cw.. ,- . K QD ' 5, r : . f ' 1 ,,J-- -' 4 w 1 Q Mswv-A , I I I 'V vm . ' ' 1 ' Q 1 V M2 .5 .. ev QF W 3 LQ? 1 -3' lf? ' W w 4? ' , f"""5 wx. x, in fi' s' A 1 .F 2 Gr "' I K, , . X 1 vrulx H ' .WW 5' v v-hw: . 4 3 C MT " Un' M , f . , 1, , . :L a 2 H 'I 493 .M COLLEGE FARMERS SOW WILD OATS W sri ' 4 ,X L f Q B A N fi-1 , ' QF? :MJ cf TIGERT WINSTON CHURCHILL CARTER GLASS wwf- r.1Y5W"' .QV . Q ' .' A 'Q' .. 'N' ,,-if . --v 7 if Hearty Congratulatums Ta The Class at 41 BEST VVISI-IES P R K S THEATRE Ta The Undergraduates 9 t An all-Florida Orgarlization ot Entertainment 'A' 'k . Q 9 4 - 99 n 44 i 99 'ir if In Galnesvllle It s The 4Fl0r1da a d Lyr c "BOTH OUR HOUSES" A Play in One Act Ttmei Sprrng . Place The Executtve Caunctl roam Cast at Characters Members at the Executrve Caunctl and thetr belaved prestdent McCarty tRts:ng tram a deep sleepl Open the meettng by readtng the mtnutes at the last meettng Ftnlexr. Caunctl passed S300 far keys tar caunctlmen, S500 lar weelply banauet, SICDO tar whale ceunctl ta aa ta Tennessee, Alltgatar reserve-525D tar SweQer's new car, SISD far Sweaers haneymaan S20 tar Wetss ta rent Hanest Paar Bay's car, Semtnale reserve--S39 tar Blank ta bnbe Barts Karlatt ta ptcla ATO dates fer Beauty Secttan Rev.ew reserveffcanventtans lar Kahn, E936 39 Gravy ta spltt wtth statf, S6-I S7 Athlettc Caurtctl-523,939 95? ta pay schalarshtps and tatlure tees tar taatball players, Caunctl met tar three mtnutes, adtaurned ta see tree mavte an student bady McCarty: Approved as stands Any cammtttee reparts, new bustness, ald bustness, meetrng stands adgaurned. Ehrlrch Hald an there, Father Jahn, The Raw Deal Party wants ta have . the black eaualtzed Bestdes, Zych says black vattng rs Illegal But It the SAE's and the Pht Delts wtll play wtth us, we'lI play wtth yau McCarty1 Shut up Ehrltch, ar I'lI sick the Itttle Tench an yau, Ga ta tt . Babby, btte the bad bay, Turltngtan Brother John, same at the paluttcuans want ta cut my salary when l'm elected next year Yau'lI have ta stap them, and I'Il gtve the traterntty ane percent at all l earn tram adverttsrng Stewarti Came an Turtle, be sattsfted wtth WOOD Betheai Let's eltmqnate the Alltgator and Revtew and put aut a datly tarestry bullettn Nala. Nat bad-then maybe they'll let us buy a hand press, and we can da aur awn prtntng tar awhtle, Albrecht: I mave we amend every B cent Increment at the YMCA atlaw- ance tar paanttng the secand tlaar at the Untan ID arder ta alve Bentan Engmeertng Sactety llfb mtlls, Bayles' I'lI secand tt tar I mtll ta the Ag Club Turltngtan Dan't target the Accauntrng Instrtute Avant: What's that, Turtle? Turltngtan Hell, l dan't lnnw But tltetfre tjltttfsl ltuyr, and tlttyx tan vate lust llle anybudy else McCarty1 All you lag-rallers are aut at order Mr Vlarrnan In rwwjntgtttitstl ta present the repert an traveltng expert'-.t-u tt: the Alat'ltt,ta Cnunly Student's Federattan and ltvtng expertee-A Itrr tltretg tlty-. Narman Mr Prestdent, I mave Secretary Ehrltch lttg Ollctlttl-Ll 'QI travel expenses ta Starle and I-tatfl nr, Inllnwr-. lrftjll'-,I,ttjTlOlltII tWaIda lttnttedl HSOHI, ludgtng HIIAIWT, lnttrgl flvtt +IIf'V, lllItjtfCtfjlAlI1ll l tar and returnable ta the gravy lund 'lrlllllllfr lardani Wha tn hell can laws- tgn a scale ltltgf that, tgytg-It H, gmftgif Norman Well I do a Qaad galil tel It rtght ltere II'I f',Qtt3rrrt4,v-Il., Jardan' Sa tt wauld appear Narmani At least Mr Rumgua, I dan't' tale all my nnttrt'-,lrrmrtt tltrttuglr a straw McCarty' All ll'I tavar ct the tlttestttwn., , Nala' I want tc. tnvesttgatey. Raad' tlust new walqtna upt I mave we adrnurn' lCarrted tn a charus at ayes and the ttrst stratns. at the Alma Mater The curtatn falls THE WHITE HOUSE HOTEL "OAINESVILLE'S FINEST AND LARGEST COMMERCIAL HOTEL" SIXTYYFIVE AIR MODERNIZED ROOMS CONDITIONED Compliments al THE WILSON COMPANY Gainesville's leading Department Stare THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK THE aLp RELIABLE INCORPORATED IBBB Member F. D, I C. GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA ENGELKE'S JEWELERS UNIVERSITY J' m,jAtr-tmtt AT Q, GAINESVILLE, PLEASANT Etatetpw W Lam.-44' - DIAMONDS - WATCHES - GIFTS FAVORS AND TROPHIES FOR ALL OCCASIONS FINE WATCH AND JEWELRY REPAIRINO THE HOTEL THOMAS Central Florida's Finest Hotel GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA Compliments ot STRINGFELLOW SUPPLY CO. l35 West Orange Street Phone 3B Gainesville, Florida DODGE PLYMOUTH "Words cannot describe it, You have got to see and drive it I" ee Dodge-Fluid Drive BROOKING MOTOR COMPANY Est. 1926 Compliments at FLORIDA MOTOR LINES CORP. 3DFl East Main St South Phone D2 Ciainesvtlle, Florida Adams-Magnon Jewelry Co. EllTlI'E BUILDING DID Franlclin Street rmtefx, FLORIDA FLIIRIII HEADQUARTERS tru: 'X i M I ll M I t ' ' -Is? n fi! Barco Bishop ttas raised in Ga nesvtlle, " A X-I attended the University I-Is tirst toL TE I -.tas there also, incidentally it was tt' J L - the clothing business, which he has ' I hecn in eter since Now it's Btshop's in Miami A store that finds favor with Un uersitt, men, Business Executive it and Sptjrtsmen alike It When in Miami stop in at Bishops and say I-lello-Meet your trtends there - A I Barco and the pays ty:Il be glad to see if gg ,nu and want you to teel free to make TT' Ft sl'top't1 your M ami Headquarters PHONE 2-6424 i i Im p' C' f Q cfllen s Cullen? du Pont Bldg. MIAMI 50 N. E. 2nd Ave. FAUTH FURNITURE CO. EXCLUSIVE FURNITURE INTERIOR DECORATORS Qs BISCAYNE BOULEVARD AT FOURTEENTI-l TERRACE MIAMI, FLORIDA The Office Equipment Co., Inc. Outfitters "From Pins to Sales" Corner Pollf Street and Florida Avenue TAMPA, FLOl"lDA Compliments of Seminole Furniture Company TAMPA, FLOPIDA "Just Fine Furniture" LA K E L A N D, the metropolis of Imperial Polk County, possesses an entrancing and magnetic atmosphere Visitors from every state in the Union and many foreign countries make Lal oland their winter home, and each year an increasing number nt these people are graduating from guest to permanent resident They hecome enthused with the Ctty'S opportunities and imbued wth the spirit at friendly hospitality A city ul homes, in surroundings conducive to pleasant, economical living tv th a hgiclcgrottnd ol industry and commerce outstanding in 'rnpnrtantw' lu the entire state So this is Lakeland' LAKELAND CHAMBER OF COMMERCE J BOYD MrLEAN, Pres R L PARK, Manager 'N E oi l-eu ,W Q, X 44' M5 hx wg, ,' Q . S22 . fa' 'S :rr W Q f A .1,. 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