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

 - Class of 1950

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4 Pb I TRODU ING YEARBOOK OF THE IlIN1vEI1s1T?'OF FIIOIIIDA . rl, J I .I FGAINESVILLE, FLORIDA , f I I PRINTING by Record Press, Inc. , ENGRAVIIYG by Respeszvu-Q'rinzeiwrzgfdviug 1nO. x - I Mt?" -' ,, .41- ' U I wr PHOTOGIFIAPHY by: Ovnzpgfszqy Q Ijfflqrirlgz ngpmmm of - 1 IIIA I :rbi J I fPhogNogfQ5hiq ,,ibg,b'l'7pirQst,Smith, Henry ' ' ,,giz,g, IWGMBUBUFQCI, Izinf'Ienldi1Q.y.f.f f' I 'BEAUTY'FoRf1iA1113p,FDezI zuindzhyl 'I I ' ' ' M Egg cnurzrws 1 i 1 a I 2 1 INTRUDUCTIUW I6 HllMlNlSTBHTl0Ni Af 40 ACTIVITIES i ' no BEAUTY ? "' 142 SPUBTS wa ununulznrlous 296 cnnssss 2 390 ADVERTISING K It x , r 'rxx fix X ' v , ,, 4 A . fi R49 N , 4 44 ft! x , . fl-,,7f'1,,,, T , ,flu 1 0 -Q.1,..,s.11.2,. "..L.v'u... " QvJJ:.Y....?u1,, 6, 1 71 .. ICU: f, . jj,2f! n 015. Lnunn Munson i IVV" ' , fn .7 ffl. i 2' ZH i.i13ifgii 1mgf.i. d5,1fQAL MLM: IIMIULD STHINGEB ,Q X 'T ,--1-ff M x X -wf ff' 1-f Il, I, '- J - ' V fm N , ' ' Q '. QA 34' A, -Q "' si ., 15fm.4nfmA,. 'Wlmzaqm DICK CHSSIDY 3 ' f ri" ti, "3 is 5 . sa! . iz.. N l, we 'fmt Qt, W-if Jr in .e:., ,- LL ,M PN-1. " ' f t . "" .V a , N, g .Q FW 5 ., , if gf A ., 'X ' . ' xy 7 S , lt 1 ' at y t f Eire ? I , will K l ' J y , B ...xr A X Y 9 Je JOHN HARRISON W. J. MATHERLY H. S. VANTURE JOE MIMS ANOR RICHARDSON lllwrfilt' l'4llIl'Ul f.fr1.f.u'.s lilflflrl f'f1uln4.'g14f1'1f1t f.'t1n1'f1'fft:if'r, K71.'gfff1f.,m'l.f1l.t 1",1!ffm f,l'f'f'f.'.t t.r"f'.ff'1f Back in September, 1949, about fifty people gathered in the basement of Florida Union. Practically all were strangers, and only six had previous experience on the yearbook. Some dropped by the wayside and others joined us as the season progressed. In a few short weeks this crew of neophytes had molded themselves into a loyal, spirited, and determined group, hard at work on "your l950 Seminole." Out of the mass, it is always possible to pick out a few people who are outstanding. People who were the heart of the book, and kept it alive and healthy. Such persons as Mickey McGoon, your Art Editor, and the first coed to hold such a high position in publications. Scared in early summer, but full of confidence and ideas by the time September rolled around, Mickey could only be called outstanding . . . "Dubby" Matherly, Executive Editor and the man who pasted every class picture in the book with his own sweat . . . Anor Richardson and Bob Hagan, who picked up the Greeks section where someone else had faltered, and double-timed it into existence . . . Ioe Mims, whose patience and tact in dealing with over fifty or- ganizations amazed even the organizations' representatives . . . Iohn Harrison, whose calm poise and reassuring grin while writing our copy had a soothing effect on the rest of the staff... Harold Stringer, Managing Editor and morale builder, who will be remembered best for his lake cottage parties . . . Ioanne Peters, whose good taste and beauty section ideas added glamour to the book . . . Hokie Kerns, administration head, who struggled mightily with the Tallahassee big-shots for pictures . . . Iim Buie, who managed to get his activities section out in spite of the pin-up diversion involved . . . "Deacon" Ivan Smith, inter- collegiate sportsman, whose constant rendition of "I Almost Lost My Mind" almost drove us out of ours . . . Van Vanture, Photog- raphy Coordinator, who somehow got through the annual banquet as toastmaster without having the Publications Board cut us off without a cent. In Iune, l95O, these people, and the others listed on the opposite page, walked out of the office as experienced publications men and women. Their training ground had been as rugged as any G. l. obstacle course, as chaotic as Chattahoochee ever dared be, and as fatal to the scholastic average as we dare admit. They had performed duties ranging from laying out a dummy page to promoting a campus-wide beauty contest, and had done them well. A few of the staff left with diploma in hand, but most will be back for a new year and a new plan, rarin' to go on a l95l Seminole. JOANNE PETERS JOAN KERNS FRED SOLINSKY TOM PINEL DICK CLARKE 1 uri 1.11-l'.,f'ii'.u Ujfff 1' .lifrranygf-1 fi.w.c'f1r-.Jfnlrw. .Slim li "lf,fJf.111fff-f"f-'f HARRUP PHILLIPS FRED RILEY CECILE SCHWEBEL BETTE HANNUM DELLA JEAN HII L l','1 .1 ,' , f.'..w' f'l:mH1 ll','Hll':1: .4 - f -' - ' "" '- ' f""i i KA! QM -1 ' 1-.- ling . - l l , F .- If I L, ' . V "eh V? . it ' t C ll' I .I A ' 'Ill 4' "'A 555 I . Q , 4. - r5fl1Q'l1gi3llZ BOB HAGAN IVAN SMITH WHOAGIE KERNS BUIE BILL LYNCH EDITORIAL ASSISTANTS Intramurals Editor, Buddy Battle. Photography: Mike Kelly, lim Ammenheuser. Activities: lim McGinley. Sports: Selden Kent, lohn Randolph. Administration: lim Martin, Carolyn Campbell. Layout: Ken Warriner. Greeks: Bill Lane, Chris Higginbotham. Literary: Elaine Iskin, Fred Holland, Iune Welter, Iune Adams, Bill Tre- loar, Dave Hoffman, Dick Allison. Classes: Hill Brannon, Virginia Leps, Aileen Hawkins, Bill Poston. Photography: Fred Chapman. Special thanks to: Lucy's-costumer for Miss University of Florida pictures: Mary Alice Droze, Dean R. C. Beaty-Hall of Fame advisorg Stan Barchan-Miss U. of F. contest chairman and assistants Bill Shupe and lim Thompson. Ou May 31, 1950, the doors of the Snack Shop in Florida Union closed for the last time. Their closing brought a melancholy feeling to those people who spent from nine to twelve months producing "your 1950 Seminole". Many rough moments in the editorial offices were lightened by a ucupa cawfee" and "Mule Train", which stayed on the joolc for what seemed an eternity. Crises were passed, ideas conceived and disagreements settled over doughnuts, cigarettes, and gallons of coffee in this "base- ment Maxwell Housev. So it is that the staff picture was taken, on the spot, as you see it below. Sr 5' THURSDAY NIGHTS IN THE OFFICE As chaotic as Chattahoochee TOMMY BROWN VIRGINIA MEADOWS MARY STELLOGIANNIS MARY ANN STAIRLEY NANCY CALLAWAY ,IANI WALKER ' ' ' rf- 5 1 rf- J'-'fu I ttf ., Milf- imit- TOM BRADY GRADY WARREN BUDDY REICH 1 ' 1' :S ww rw H" X. x f X Q ? t ,,.r1..., ,.f, MARTIN KIRKLAND DICK SCHWALBE +'li'w::1l I-.-I-my ll!"-.ft - ff? . , , L, K-. L' ,I --X faji y was if ,f W A .-.H Q.. ,mf i A f C. 'XX' Qs. ' 'I f ff' I ffxi , .Z ff, If il. mild J l 1 A f ew .- mil" Ks -' ' 4.52533 . ' J: kk-,Gi 1 , 'nw f -1 -as Q Q ,-"ff: ,' f ' ,L 31.43. X. A 1 ' 1 W - Www W , A I. . fl WIWM ml mn'-...l - A fe 1 . .fp.fi+, ' 'Mari "" .fm V -if ui'La'Af'Qx- " A , , .g, J ,X yJ,ji:k.m-ff X, 331.3 - 1',g,'fihQaQ- 1 ,4.,r-Q 11-3-f-v,.. - . L ...L-V' 5 K kr, 1, ,af X '- . ,.a ,I ,x,, A Y .. .'l,-' Q! A 9... 9. wiv- Q., Q, W:.,,, rw 1 A 4 ,,3aQfQ. cf, W 52" f xif' ' 1. -' 4' 4, ' ,w 1 '. Q 5 X i M -1 ,E 1 .b,- I 1 x , +3 '.y , mm- ' f M I 1,-' 'L' .. A '1 B0 M TADEL GATOR ff . . x 1 S x ini? V. K. yu LA ,m35Q:,A 5 .v in x'X"x, nl w- -k .n- , Q.. 1. J, T "JgPX?.,M 1 .N Q lk? ,M Q 1' ul Qu W sq 4 I, . , 'RV-lf' ' 1 1 'in f!1f'2'. 32 if NA K '-L. ' 'H , 5- .ITE J, Q 1 I , f 5. 5 1+ - S , 3 Q 9 ' gfvsmr ixx it QQ 4: .1 - 8 "5 mi I V. .3 W , 'FE :'- xx I 7 f . - W gg :K ' I 3 A I sf' ? .-'X ,. ,.., ,. 1 ,li W -. .MQ V7 - avi' ,T 'wv-v"'4'f'vvf ui, , sl -...A Y' -'U' A-nh I 'V-u X 1 an P I , Yf ADMINISTRATIUN ll . NX " xr , RWM Z R R R co ER no R ,W ! 1" :I f' Ki 1 . Q , f i 3 f . 1 1 5. I i I lil L1 E N IJ X 3 I I I Q 1 a 3 xxx .x..X.X., K xl" A NL LAENNK 1 A-M,,xR xxx Xxx NN... X "NM xxx 'R-wx. N. XX X X N X RX Xxx NX wfxx RRRR A FULLER A WARREN ,.. UQ - FULLER AND BARBARA WARREN ATTEND HOMECOMING 18 A first for our new First Lady Qlaujb X I O B0 RD or CONTR0l -Q. -5 .... si F. M. HARRIS, CHAIRMAN X -Q.. I ' St. Petersburg Q A N. B. JORDAN - ' ELI H. FINK Qllfilwy JacIk,son.ville HOLLIS RINRHART XGEORGE J. WHITE, JR Miami t. Mount Dora I I I , I,,. . DR. MILLER AND BOARD OF CONTROL RECEIVE A new 10017187135 dorm was dedicated fy' nf' Q. 95? ' -Van' ., L, "Wy ,fl LUL PRESIDENT To make this university a great, modern cultural center is his calling. To attain this without retarding the development of leader- ship is his problem. His vision is this univer- sity on the map, not the map of Florida, nor the South, rather the nation, the world. With an eye to the future and a hand on the pulse of the legislature, he knows educa- tion is the mate of progress. Together they produce greatness. Traditions-some must go, new ones must grow. Changes must be made. A huge physical plant and an enviable record are not the ultimate ends. Dissemina- tion of knowledge and development of scien- tific methods and discoveries are not the ul- timate ends. They all lead to the ultimate end -greatness in men and women. The univer- sity is the rock foundation of such greatness, for here the unpolished student must learn to lead, and to take the initiative, and to solve his own problems, so that when the finished product comes forth, it will be complete. With President Miller have come the means, the physical plant is increasing, the process of learning is maximized, our laboratories are producing. He has built the rock foundation to work upon. I. HILLIS MILLER X t f 4'7"Xx.. V .I ,W Af., , 1 , Q. A .HX , , ffL,A 1 - . - ff ,If A, 'H ', , VI - I H. , 14 .f1z.,Qt,m : , .X , ,- .1-' F f' . V ' sus Q. X I is if ' ll 1 A' ' ,l , ,Ln J v, . ,M , L! J .I A J is I rxmx M Q lvl MQY , V 5 X .w ' 'till ,,t.-H J f ' lu. .It I f it .N . 1' 'di B' , .ff v f ,W i "ff ,ll l x .BN N f . g l ffli lla l,,c", lf tn, w 'ti wwf, lf" ' J . '62-ffl' ,fl,-QW llrlll 'f -, 4 ' VMI I6 , uw.,- f f ' :K lul fl ,rl lfzll' . ' 17' Q if 4. 'Q . I - 'E' 1. A A' N ga,--. . JOHN S. ALLEN Vice President of the University I L GEORGE F. BAUGHMAN Business Manager of the University ADMINISTR T10 HARLEY S. CHANDLER Dean of the University MARNA V. BRADY Dean of Women ROBERT C. BEATY Dean. of Men H. MAX WISE Dean of Student Personnel RICHARD S. JOHNSON Registrar ADMINI TR TIO Above: JOHN V. MCOUITTY University Examiner Below: HAROLD G. CLAYTON Dir:-clor, Agricultural Extension Service ALLEN O. SKAGGS GARLAND W. POWELL JOSEPH E. SHERMAN Director of Publicity Director, Radio Station WRUF Head of Sports Publicity HAROLD C. RIKEN Dir'e'z'!m' of llousing Above: D. R. MATTHEWS Director of Alumni Affairs Below: RALPH A. MORGEN Director, Engineering Experiment Station HOWARD W. REED, M. D. H. K. McCLELLAND A. W. BOLDT Head of the Student Health Department Organizations Advisor Assistant Dean of Men PICHRY A. l"00'I'I'l Dum of 1111 College uf llmrmrmy ll- A. FENN JOSEPH B. WHITE ljmm ul the College ul' Law Dean of the Collage of Erluvalion THOMAS N. SIMPSON WINSTON W. LITTLE Ih'11lL of the Grruluate School Dean of thu University College BERT C. RILEY Dvan of tlm Gl'IH'l'Hl lfxlczllsirln Division .IOSLPH Wlull. llvan of ilu' Cullrgr' uf ElIg'fIlt'1'I'flly RALPH E. PAGE WALTER J. MATIIERLY DUIIII- of tha' Cullvgc of Arts and Slriurzrvs Dean of the College' 0 f 131181.11958 ,fl dm in ixl ration, WILLIAM T. ARNE'l"I' CLARENCE V. NOBLE Dvrzn. of the College Dc-an of the College of Agriculture of f1rvl:itvrlurv mul Allied Arts DLNNIS K. SIANLLY IIPIIII. of thc' Cullvgv of l"l1ysicr1l Iflllllwfillll. IIPIIIIII, mul Allzlclif-s 1815.0 EDITH PITTS F VORIT ECRETARIEL ADlVIINIS'l'RA'I'IVE ASST. DOROTHY KING TO 'I'I'IE UNIVERSITY PRESIDENT ASST. CASHIER, UNIVERSITY BUSINESS OI'l ILL Mrs. Pitts is the IUlIl'l?l lnfllillll Ulf? Ivllfffll Dot u.nravels miles of rezl tape for miles of students , VN- ANN JONES ADMINIS'I'RA'I'IVE ASST.. RECIS'l'RAR,S OIVIVICE The Registrar counts heavily an COIN?-lll'l'IIA'lllg .flnn Pictiyed on this paqe are five sec- retaries, cauqht riqht on the job, who each day greet hundreds of students in the offices of the hiqhor eschelon. They are a connecting link between the university official and the book- larnin' student. The seldom heard-of, but hiqhly essential, element of a large university. But, to students who have occasion to frequent the offices of the administration, they are as wellfknown as a four-hour professor. To those stu- dents, these secretaries are Indispen- sible favorites. -r W- 11.--.-.r.--.. ,Q' ,., xf- N . lfurullnff Rug" CAROLINE RUSS SENIOR STENOGRAPHER, STUDENT PERSONNEL DEPT ALICE ROYSTER To cheerful Caroline, lzotliing is too goof! EXECUTIVE ASST., HOUSING OFFICE for the sglulgyllg The new rlorms will make her life more pleasant g s1uuEN1' GOVERNMENT A571113 qflkfrwf QKEHXQQQ jg XE H1 MQ Ir? M4232 Wk! ..1J,.. .,.,-T.w . , - ---ff? , ..... . 0 'S K MK ,MX mmm X ! FT M? 's-9 11' 'IQ' -A-. -. -:-:.::-.:, . J,,Q,3-,QQFQ-,,,2.:i..-If-Ig.,-.JQ-. .-R . A fitting tribute to the man who upheld the dignity of the office of student body president, Earl Fair- cloth was drafted and elected to a second term. He first took office while serving as vice president, when the incumbent president, Bob Ghiotto, resigned to accept a posi- tion at Tallahassee. At first claiming that his family and law school assignments were being neglected, a full-scale "Draft Fairclothn movement swept the pop- ular president from Chiefland back into office. Earl served out his sec- ond term With the same confidence and efficiency that Won him the re- spect of his fellow students follow- ing his first term. FAIRCLOTI-l CONFERS WITH SECRETARY SISTRUN K For the president, Q' ::F!1' A cfixtigf,-QS f ' '. 1 - I - ' 1 - - fi-gd. I g y r I n W ll satalrerl sluduzl secretary .ss WILLIAM E. FAIRCLOTII PRESIDENT HEADS CET TOGETHER AT A CABINET MEETING Some positions remained vacant 'T' . . ' 1 . X f f 4 JM I I Q MEMBERS COORDINATE CABINET AFFAIRS Handley and Dalziel hash it out HANK HENDRIE Interior THE I CABINET REX FARRIOR I Religion Y?'f' ' I . 'mt' ' ' - 'wiv' if BEN COOPER ' Finance .I- LEW VICKERS Organizations HUGH STUMP Public Relations BILL DANIEL Labor X . A LEON HANDLEY Social Affairs President Faircloth appointed ten Cabinet posts in September. After a bitter fight on the floor of the Executive Council, seven were ap- proved. But three posts remained unapproved until finally they were filled with compromise appoint- ments, along with a fourth position, that of Secretary of Finance, left vacant when Secretary Cooper as- sumed duties as Secretary-Treasurer of the Student Body. Members of the Cabinet not pictured are: Clark Nichols, Finance, Betty Chisholm, Women's Affairs, and Iubal Early, Legislative Affairs. MALLORY HORNE Veteranfs Affairs ROBERT D. POOLE PERUSING A COMMITTEE REPORT Mac and Bob Poole at work Bob Poole, pride of Eau Gallie, campaigned hard for office, and after Winning the vice-presidency, campaigned hard for student government. This Business Administration major's duties were to co- ordinate the Executive Council committees, and to act as a voting member of that body. Fred McNulty, future insurance executive, was in charge of accounting and requisitions, and kept Executive Council minutes. After McNulty's mid- term graduation, Ben Cooper was appointed to fill his position. Cooper won Hall of Fame recognition for his work. THE VICE PRESIDENT FRED HQ McNULTY THE SECRETARY-TREASURER BEN COOPER TOOK OVER AT MID-TERM McNulty graduated, Cooper stepped up A THE TRAFFIC TI EC UN IL COMMITTEE MEETS CUMMITTLE SESSION Minority Learler Uverton wanted action Trouble at the Tampa game was discussed Harold Haldeman ,lim Hartley I . Marcellno Huerla Roy Gilbert Sitting in on the bi-weekly Executive Council meetings are thirty eight stu- dents Who in the Weeks prior to spring elections, rolled up their sleeves and went out to meet the student public. They shook hands with voters along the Gold Coast, drank coffee with a new acquaintance in the Campus Club, and endured indignant remarks of in- different students while "stomping" the dorms. Voters prevailed over non-voters, however, as more than sixty percent of the student body turned out on elec- tion day. With Mitty Adkins leading the majority and Ben Overton as minor- ity leader, the legislature tore into its tasks, which include approving cab- inet appointments, passing on election regulations, and investigating student problems which arise during the term. Mary Foote ' Dick Byrd Eddie Booth Kim Bfirley ltr fa m , T . dy , , . 'N ' vw Yi- . I V K-111.53 ij s, wen .. 3: A , ' Q3 '-gif-, . f-57 v'f5fjflf-r'1- .- 5131?-Q 'ggi wus ' t , kgs, CAROLYN JONES JOYCE KIRZEN GENE LATHROP HAROLD MIKELL BEN OVERTON FRED JONES OSCAR LASTINGER DON MACINNES JOE NESBITT CAREY PAFFORD E ECUTI E FLORIDA UNION COMMITTEE More space, but who shall have it? Along with Secretary-Treasurer Fred McNulty and his top assistant, Ben Cooper, Majority Leader Adkins was instrumental in formulating a new, close-check system of finance. This year the finance committee handled more than 52401300 of your student funds. The Council was largely respon- sible for having the annual Tampa football game removed from the schedule until adequate attendance facilities are provided. The action, which met strong outside resistance, came following this year's game, at which several students were injured in the surging crowd at the gate. THE BOOKSTORE COMMITTEE THE FINANCE COMMITTEE REPORTS There's no line like a bookstore line Majority Leader Adkins ruled with a firm hand 4 .A,. ., I 3 , H . X , LNL N -. .X er -M L- 'O Q F I V A.,,' fi: ' . I tl A n P' .- , 51 ' --Q I I . M X W f T. . '-W' E. - . I I if - . ,L Lbfzfffil DAVE PERRIN A. J. RYAN WAYNE SARGENT BUD SOHNGEN WILSON WRIGHT DICK PETTIGREW ART SERRANAN TERRELL SESSUMS LEONARD VOIGHT BILL LEIHER Hired by the Executive Council GS Ct salaried secretary to President ECIF1 Faircloth was student Ralph Sistrunk. Sistrunk developed into THE INFIRMARY COMMITTEE AT WORK Liaison between paying patients and medicos more than a secretary. Before long he Was one of Faircloth's most com- Detent advisors, respected by the COuncil which hired him as indis- Densible to student government. 1949-50 Executive Council mem- bers not shown in individual pic- tures are: Mitty Adkins, Bill Braley, IIII1 Chezem, O. O. Clemons, Ioe Donofro, Muck Finch, Rudy McCul- lough, lohn McKay, Paul McKinley, PHS Newell, Don Nichols, Lindner Smith, and Dick Wolfson. VICE PRESIDENT POOLE MEETS WITH COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN The rugged task of coordination was underway mm it if H -X iw: 1 1 f-'fff , Y r Q, .i-, 1 X l I I J. , I I , .flftfkr l . lr L y , -ft iggatih t. J Y Jai-JA AN Citi Living spirit of F1orida's Honor Code is Dave Clements. The courage ot his convictions Won this law student the top post in the judicial branch of student government. Clements, staunch defender of the Honor System, has always been mild- ly active in student govern- ment. DAVHDC.CLEMENTS When his party looked for a choice for a chancellor during their 1949 nominating convention, Dave was a natural. The student body thought so too, and prompt- ly elected him. Chancellor Clem- ents presided over the court earn- estly, wisely, and when necessary, sternly. -I"f Nl? A BALLOT-COUNTER TAKES THE OATH The Chancellor was earliest 36 CHANCELLOR lhc courage of his Emory Diamond is a man who believes in What he says. . 'r , 3.1. 1 An informal, easy-going man- ner hides a deep sense of re- sponsibility. The students paid tribute to one of Florida's top men of the decade by electing him President of the Student Body in the Spring of 1950 as he was completing his term as Clerk. EMORY G. DIAMOND AND POSTED THE VERDICTS He believed in what he said Sl r 523 1949-50 Freshmen remember the first time they met Emory Diamond. He sat informally before them on a desk in a second floor room in Florida Union. lt was orientation week and he spoke of the honor of the Florida student. As his sharp eyes glanced around the room, the orientees knew that he Wasn't just talking because it was part of his job as Clerk-but, because he had a strong belief and wanted them to have, in Florida's cherished Honor System. HE RECORDFD THE PROCEEDINGS Sharp eyes and a leen mlml CALVIN FAWCETT ! BOB NEWMANN Prized heritage of Florida students is the honor system, which finds its governmental essence in the Honor Court, composed of the Chancellor, the Clerk, and eleven Iustices, all elected during spring elections. The Honor Court tries persons accused of violating Florida's Honor Code, and if such persons are found guilty, the court may repri- mand, administer penalty hours required for graduation, suspend, or expell. Results of guilty cases are published without naming the culprit, with the hope that these examples will prevent further infractions. The Honor Court Iustices are the system's most avid defenders, working endlessly for the right of the student to be presumed an honest, honorable member of student society, until proven otherwise. Members not shown in individual pictures are: Clarence Porter, Ted Gottfried, Al Gam- mage, Fletcher Fleming, Ioe Garcia, and Bud Sohngen. DICK NORD ' ' l' V ... ' R .X , ibx- ,I '.!A 'A VE 1 U , nh, 'V 5 Q1s R I . W3 l JOI REYNOI. DS JACK STRAUGHN QS" BILL ROSE TROY SCARBOROUGH CDURT , A CULPRIT TESTIFIES BEFORE THE COURT OH! Row: Emory Diamond, Bob Newnzann, Al Gamlnage, Flelcher Fleming, Calvin Fawcett. Second Row : Jack Strauglm, Troy Scarborough, Bill Rose, Joe Reynolds, Clarence Porter, Dick Nord. Fr ..,. ,i'1"f-.U . ff 1 Q ' Q a.'3"I'w..'-'-Ng, , x ' '-xg' v- 1.4, ,, 5 .. ' ' wr., ,Q .'-' , N fvfmmi N .4 Q., , 1 4 Q ' .J-.5' ,, .mt , U, :MAI Fi. f 1 - X 'If " QSM- 'nv it .X I 'yyx J - . :fl 1s:e..ag,.fXv'P .E 'Q ,,-SQL A ., Q 5 :ZW ' as f 'A- my NN OW f Q 'Y f Q qv, 5' K 1 f r t fE1.,5'hf8N + +kJf! wmgfu Q'-Q"u H ff A+, f X iw: TM QQ 'Q Rag X 'Xf X 1 Na 4, if .Q X f H f f EQ, uf ' MTI 4' Af X 1' ' X ' xr BK' W wx Q . ty' smfgitg U N ,chi ,. J , Ng MNH e mr. 1 'X ,+A , W1 , 4.15m VA - 4 Y lg Q, . 1 V 40 Z s- . w. i 1 ,ff -NN. 'K , r "' F xn X f ,4 1 5 42 79-s iw-qi 'V-.V mf' "gtk ., . A -I Z' ,,.:. N-fn , ,V f JJ, X1 fzhna Adm: ilymeg mi ' kin imc wmw!f 5 9 WBTAL Eluborult plans luul been made 31 gut. N :d-. -t . . .5 swf y , X J X .J :iz S 5 Q- h - cARos CAPTION MONTH'S KEYNOTE LQ' " 1, . v. M NEW GIRLS' DORMS FILL 12 ueres in the cow pasture THE TEMPORARIES OVERFLOW A frontier grown old MY MOTHER LOVED ME, BUT SHE'S DEAD He was ground through the IBM's .ix 'l'luf inaugural hour had come for the class of '53 . . . Florida welcomed its young, eager, recent high school grads . . . elaborate plans had ln-en made for their orientation . . . the transformation into college men and women . . . Their 2299 names were ground through the ll5M's for pre-grouping . . . 54 campus leaders then lcd the groups through a week of feverish activity . . . served as information centers for freshmen's questions . . . 1540 new coeds posed a new question . . . "Where is the nearest ladies' rest room?" . . . The best orientation program acquainted them with the University's physical plant, its activities . . . scholastic, athletic, extra-curricular, social, its ladies' rest rooms . . . Pre-registration talks, a new orientation feature, explained i l ' - I . ,. - " dm... --fe'-.51 Q-I --v'1'3'i . ,f fl ,,., 1 , A X. a -1 R , . an , ,,-nm, E 'L .,'. COED GETS INEVITABLE SHOT Followcal by agonivs and complaxilivs YOUR SEPTEMBER HONEY LAMB- PAM WHEELER IX1 s sf 43 I 'F'-ws.-. ,ng 5 3. -l-,- lun.. Q' ' iv' F-nAuq,,,.-'nw LII, qv :rr l..l, 1 -W 'tununqggg 'iuuxua mp . TYPICAL RUSIIEE GETS TYPICAL LINE The Cracks were hurl xx i i PIII MU'S DRINK 'PICA TIIICN RUSII 117 were affected . ,.1x,h 1,1?':f,A-2 ' ., lilll' na-w slmlunls were z1I1sm'Imc-ml into ilu- whirl of czunpus 'rajefi' If ,MV-Lf, fr 'QL , spirit . . . well-plunm-4I Frcshmun W4-1-k lnm: on furiously 1 fyifi -.fi j YW, Stl' K lnul smoullily . . . pair! of orivnlailiun. lln' Fri-slnnun Minn. AID 1 . ' -,-ff I ,J lib, amd lluiiuu, siiwumlmcil in rlumring uml mixing lhc I1I'1'SIllll4'11 ' 'ai' A, ,ii-l . . . l'IoruIus IVLNIIIIUIIS worn 4-xpiulliu-aI and upluflml , , , , A , A ' 14-Q, f - iv ml mips :uni In-llos llIlU.lll.liI01I . . . lim lrauisfurnmulimi was h ' '.-.T- P 1 1 ,X . cmnplu-In-ml . . . Ihr- uullvllws of the slmlellfs own culnpns 5 " -H - E ,-A " 'f' ar, 3 ' wi-ru l't?Slllll1'1I . . . Iuvcrisllly . . . ilu: All Anlmwiuml 1949 V C I - - R I .W x QTRFFT DANCF S1-nunuiu wus clislrllmulccl . . . pulltlcul imurlujs lll'Cplll'lKI for ' , ' I - ' 1 'I llw spring vle-ulmns . . . plans for ax gigantic llmncmrmning A X Y ' , Ufflr if' 'IW' "'I'IfH4' wi-11' illlIl0lllH'1'iI . . . Cracks wvrc hurl will: ll Ilvclic rugll U Ab Tx ' 1 5 5 - wcvk . . . 670 IIIIIII pludgm-:I 23 II'llIOI'IlIlil'S . . . II7 gil-I5 ',, , I, plvilgvd II S0l'0l'lIIt'S . . . Somclnmv, smncwlmrc in a1II this R 4 4 I I I I 5 lei gf' 1 ff f . '--Epi if 4,, ,f wx I if, X .4 , R, 1 . , M R 4' - ' ' V X .ox Q- h V I ,J V 4- ., V i V F 5? I ,xf f , .. ' ' ' 9 Iili'l'llRNINC STl1IJICN'I'S GET TIIICIR SICMINOLE Q 4 I I The first All Arnvricun , ' i If - ' 1 41 2 if , 'I , N3 ' 'i'i.:i1w.- WIAI0 HAS MORE FUN TI-IAN PEOPLE? Florida rnts ,. f J id X' had - . . lCvel'yhody Wlilll to lhe mlcliliollzll Dlljlllllil palralde 'llc first gilllll! . . . Gllllll!SVlllU llilllVl!S looked Olll all IIS ull- 'Willy - . . firsl Cillllti llllf llilllll lruek, Sllllllll truck and chl Snaklllll, sweating, und l'lllSll!1.'I hell . . . lhere wzls il snake, U, slrcel. ll2llll7C 2ll'lCl'W1lI'KlS . . . sellleolle in llll! middle .1-I-ll-zulel's, zllld llllfll the Sllillili lines . . . everyhedy wus l"RESl'lMAN MIXER AND DANCE The ll'lIllSf0l'lllllli0ll was CllllllJll?H?ll 'ZW . elal:-uses llllll DOQLIIII . . . and the fmllllzlll Sl'llS0ll suddenly . the lliggesl ever . . . het as llluzes en the night llelere lainie:-ml . . . lhe Pep Clllll Slilillilfll Ii-ITS Ull the side wllile lla l I Jilllll played . . . Next dzly ill lhc fLillIll', lJ0llIl Sllllllfy ll"'0W lhc feolhull lllllli the field all llllll.-llllll5 festivities . . . the feelhull QXUIIIU stzlrled . . . CUill'll "Dear" Well' was THF NBEAR-l WORRIEQ ABOUT CITADFI .lwflllly worried zllloul lllill Citadel gllllllf . . . We won 13 J ,rluw vm Nw In 21 I I UI. A, U U' 0 - - . und it ull llllllplllllill ill SODll!lllD1'l'. F I 4 I I U ml mu' , PAJAMA PARADE AND SNAKE LINE Natives with uneasy eyes YOUR OCTOBER PUNKIN,-FLO ELLA CREWS if IT'S VOTES SHE'S LURINC"' Posters on the wall, and other places ...A 47,9 ' Last year,s "next year" is this year . . . OUR year for football so long awaited . . . Despite the limp victory over Citadel last month . . . we drew hope from the Tulsa tussle, the Gators drew blood . . . and won . . . and eyed Auburn . . . Primed with an enormous pep rally in Pensacola . . . Gators and Gator roolers tooted off to Mobile . . . amongst pop hottles and sally fingers twidling peanuts, praying fans watched our team . . . lie the Auhurn Tigers and go home . . . Anyway, we were so happy at home, with other things, even classes . . . and election of class officers . . . for it was Fall again, and posters were on the wall again . . . and in other places . . . Too, we had our coeds . . . some of us . . . and they enjoyed the hig Sigma Chi Derby . . . an an- nual event among some 50 Sigma Chi chapters . . . the sec- SIGMA CHI DERBY ECC-SNATCI-IING CONTEST An annual event among some 50 chapters FRESHMEN VOTE FOR THEIR CLASS OFFICERS it For it was Fall again Accessories are Anne Louise Fletchefs if-tt! H ' t tl ' 1 I lwA14l4vLai SX DERBY QUEEN AND QUEENS Eleanor Mehaffey, Yuleeg Queen Flo Crews, Malloryg Joanne Colson, Sigma Kappa. ond annual Derby at Florida . . . Resplendent with parade, dance, skits and field events . . . some qualified for the sack race . . . qucerly, some run the three-legged race . . . threw vggs, ale pie and threw . . . a big queen eonlesl . . . little queen Flo Crews was crowned prettiest of all . . . the A O Over on lYl0l'lg'I,ilg!,0 Row, burned and while the SAl+I's had a lil. Pike at- Pi's won the Derby . . . Cracked stood Leo . . . tackcrs could have . . . and did, profusely . . . There was lots of partying because it was football season and llu-re was llomeeoming coming . . . and the Vecp was . . . Our grand dream faded when Vandy and Tech beat us . . . thrilled we were despite football . . . by the fine Navy Band, for in- stance, who played "Dixie" . . . because lhey were grand, too. TUG-O-WAR ON DERBY DAY Derby goes lo A 0 Pi LYCEUM COUNCIL BROUGHT NAVY BAND We were thrilled despite football PICTURE OF A PARTY TI-IROWING A DEAN RITA DUDLEY IN DERBY RACE Cheers as another snelr goes flllwlli l I I ,, "BEAR" GETS A TASTE Ol" TIGERS .POWER Anil salty fingers 6 . I 3 E, f Q HOMEC: :Nga I HPARADQSIWI 7 X ff dt ll X al' .5 7 l X ' I N "fl I J' .ig , OVEEP L, 1 a ,M f 5, I " K j ' 1 V ". QFLA.-GA. TXH' H AF, ' x A it + 7 QGATOR GROWL , 'A-4 - 3 'W MX wry' " W Q, 0 X if 14 " M X X ' v 1 ' ' ll I Lf J 4 I if -2 , 1 I I I ' , I I ' I' A st X A A ' E- umm f , I 'ITM "' '-"t1.4.!n, '--ni QQFQQ 2819 H- M 'WIMGUU1 Aillt. N14 tlQlgr'y.2'.'MA llllkl . 'lfllllll nr- -'I--'-:mnnum'rmmItmlt:QiZ1l , I , X .,,- ,,,,. SWIMCAPADES QUEENS DISPLAY THEIR TALENTS 'l'lmy're yearly growing bigger 'l'Iu'oughuut thc hulls uuil mnutnuus of tht- cnllogiutu wurltl - - . dare find our Iloumcomiug sttrpusscfl . . . Iluero is nu Ill'0ztlt't' linux, iu '49 or ever . . . not nn this plunct . . . Iucmupuruhlc Florida IIOIlllTCOIllIllf,l, yreurly growing Iriggm' - - . yct slightly known . . . If its splcutlm' illtuninatta-tl fiuiucsvillu uuly, ut If-us! WIC were lit, fur tht- wt-aka-ml . . . nuts to thu collegiate world .... Its znnhitious slush-nt tu-nrlucers have long crave-rl puhliuity . . . now it tlrow at momentary flick of thc puhliu cya . . . thu he-Iovml vamp had come . . . llc slztycd hut I2 vivicl hours, Iookccl, lis- lenccl and spoke . . . was visihly uwcrl . . . 'l'hv University nf Florida conferred upon Alhcn W. Ilurklcy tht- tlcgrcc of Doctor of Illlllllllll' Lcltcrs. honnris uuusac . . . uml our Ilvwt-st ztltunnus tl:-pnrtvcl . . . nmrc than u clf-gre-v wisur . . . lg Departed more than II llf?'l'80 wiser .J M1 VICE PRESIDENT BARKLEY RECEIVES IIONORARY DEGREE vo sl u"63 FORMS IN TUE WATER: SWIMCAPADES HUGE PARADE OPENED FESTIVITIES No greater time, in '49 or ever For Homcvnming. ll nmmvntury flivk tg Oli: 6'7" HILLBILLIES ENTERTAIN AT BARBECUE For the feusters, "Slippin' Around" BARKLEY SPEAKS AT BLUE KEY BANQUET 19 Cannons shot off A V-shaped motorcudc speurlieaded the mile-long opening palrude Friday afternoon . . . V for Florirlu Victory . . . for the Veep who smiled wurmly and waved cordially at the 45.000 festive Calor fans . . . Cuplivuled lhrongs, stunned hy the splendor of 50-odd purude entries . . . ogled l,und0n's Lionelles, eheerefl the antics of F Cluh and prize winning Fluvel I entries, thrilled to the martial hezll of the hig-time Calor Band and the lnlernnlionul Champion Andrew Jack' son High School Build . . . Confoundecl alumni conjectured, "How much bigger can il. get?" . . . Newsreels wound History safely onto their films . . . as the parade ended and 150th Fighter Squadron F-80 jets scooted overhead . . . The new gym, largest 2 million dollar gem in the South, echoed Bark- l" CLUB SWEETHEART HONORED AT DANCE l"0r Nuflu Yunkie, another cup 3000 COUPLES AT F CLUB DANCE For dancers, Vic Lombarclrfs band BILLY MATHEWS, MRS. MATHEWS, DR. ALLE Big and little frogs converged :EWS words, 'Tm being educated by degrees" . . . 700 aluumi, lloflllll Blue Key members and distinguished guests gathered "1 the gym for thc biggest traditional Blue Key Banquet .... lhf: VICE President trotted out a glowing speech on the due- IHIICS of the "Welfare Slate" . . . I9 cannons shut off . . . Qgcliunetl all tu the famous Calor Grnwl fSec pages 52 thru "l - . . llilarious lligblight uf lhe following clay wus the .lohn Marshall liar Associatimfs skit which lampooncd many 'll lllf: politicians who attended Homecoming . . . Down by me D0Ilfl in College Park, big and .little frogs converged to T60 who was there . . . at the l.,egislator's Barbeque . . . tn leur the hillbilly band play October's song bit, 6'Slippin' flf0l1nd" . . . N JOHN MARSHALL BAR SKIT Profiles are Glo Coleeis. Janie Jones " ,""'wF PRIZE WINNING SORORITY FLOAT Kappa Delta FRATERNITY FLOAT CHAMPION Delta Tau Delta M C lCl,l.l0'l'T Slll'1INl"lf1I,IJ For the biggest show on record f , l riff' fx A K N fl iii' CLOWNS ON THE NIGHT Ol" THE GROWI, A circus tlumm snitml the array Nut nnlnv lniswd evnnininf' lhf su U . .,. ,, : :wre or so of l?iilil0I"ll0 4 muse 4ln,wr.1tmm. . . . the lnggesl clispluys, lhe elcvercst ideas vmnpelecl for the 1-nveled enp . . . Lznnhciu Chi Aiplnfs eu- rnusel was nmsl eulorful . . . seeonrl rank went to Phi Kappa: 'I'nn's "Gzllm'Mul" . . . trupliy wus ziwurrleml to Siginu Alpha lfpsilon who had 1-reeled il gum! replica of Tiines Sqinire, vuniplcle with moving news flanslws which lrzivclrrfi in lighls ill'0lII1ii the corner nf the "'l'ilnes llnilriing" . . . Several differ- ent lnessuges hlinkefl in one 4-nd :incl Olll the other . . . one lvlumnerl hig news . . . "29,0U0 expected to see SMC skit ul Calm' Crowiv . . . ilnriles of pedestrians unrl ears scurrying hy. guwking all lhe sign. pushed nn to the sluflilnn . . . zlwzlilecl Humecoining's greatest spectacle . . . thc Gator Crowl . A SAE's "TIMES . ' LORATION TROPHY Big news blinked in one end, out the other SQUARE" WINS HOUSE DE ' 'NAB 'NJ VERTIIIAI. CYMNIST ON IIORIZONTAI. BAR For llw dazzling xlnnls. music BARKLEY, PEPPER, HOLLAND, WARREN. MILLER AT GROWI, "I'd say Florida has plenty to offer" circus theme suited the array ui entertainment . . . flying Symnists and trampoline experts in dazzling stunts to music - - . clowns in the stands, clowns in your hair, everywhere ll10Sc fool clowns . . . they were the absolute nuts . . . A 3001i program awaited the receptive crowds . . . reverent when the flag went up . . . jubilant as our hand played "Dixie" . . . llysterical while the A'l'O's pzmlomined Spike Jones' race track flfcording . . . Elliott Scheinfm-ld, M C with the biggest show UU record, quippcd and cracked his merry way through tons 'ff acts . . . on and on and swiftly paced . . . From the stage Barkley said, "From what l'vt- seen so far. I'd say Florida has Dhfltly to offcr" . . . when we sang "My Old Kentucky Home," the Growl had still more to offer . . . LAMBDA CI-II ALPHA CAROUSEL . CLEVER DECORATION WINS SECOND Deemed most colorful Phi Kappa Tau's "GatorMat" AN OTHER CLOWN ON E ostwv 1 4 SAE ENALTS MOVIE'S NSLAUGHTER ON TENTII AVENUE" :lst lor dancers, an impressionistic set More skits . . . Florida Players' clever "March Of 'l'in1e" . . . the SAlC's impressionistic sci and dancers in g'Slaughter On Tenth Avenue" . . . I2 of the good sisters in Alpha Chi O's "Calor Calendaru . . . More skirts . . . 200 l.un1lon Liuncltes stonmpin' arounil in Iorntution . . . More fun . . . the serewy little witeh cloelor in the Phi Cams' skit . . . a harlrcrshop quart:-l with niatclnul voices anal IIIZIICIIIUHS harmony . . . Skit awarcls were presented . . . to the Alpha Chi flllliiglil sorority, to the Alpha Tau Omega fraternity . . . Approving applause went up for the unusual Phi Cantina Delta Fiji war mlunce and Alpha Delta Pi's screanl, "A Coed Il0l'lltfS To College" . . . The brilliance of bursting flares lit up aston- isllecl faces turned skywarcl as thc resonance of the big hangs PIII GAMMA DELTA SKIT For the lady, 41 witch doctor SANDY GETS HIS GUN IN "MARCH Ol" TIME" From Florida Players. u clever script It GYIVINASTS SHOW 'l"I-IEIR STUFF .fi if t 1 , . ,, - ' 1. .Ai if 1' 'if , A Y gi f m 1 e . "Ei , . ,xx . N. 4 , , fy I I ' gk I W AV HORSE PLAY GETS PRIZE, IlARKl,EY,S PRAISE , -L ., .ttf ' Q -5' Q ' A 4 ' For Spike Jones' music, ATO antics FAQ P A " xigy N niurinured in our chests the way fireworks do . . . u perfect f ' N' . . . .X Way lo end u perfect iluy . . . dancing, blossoming, fiery I lv Q ,H Sllrltes in the brisk, bluek October night . . . Morning awoke , I 1 A on another perfect day . . . day ol lhc big ganna with Georgia " -h ' ' Q 10011, Llaly of il grzuul Swilncupumles . . . Colored smoke anal A ,A :QQ 1 l . . - ll , . . . ' ' 'A "IF , is-1 lu odor ol incense opened the bzilnrrluy Ill0l'Illllg wuler show 'I N , W- M W' , it . ,h V. . N . N - vm, A ns, 5 My V . ' ---me vllll at bang . . . uflcr thc hung, sexy hurein girls cooled oll fl. 'll il Wililll' bullet . . . Finns cheered shrilly from the siclclinus tgfgzfgiirvi ' " ' Q ' f, ,kiilzfjfiz ils the i'Sultun" sent his wives through hip twisters in thc 4. "ff Q-F, 'WHL .. D . 7 Y shadow of the Taj Mahal baclulrop . . . Clowns, divers, ghnl- Iiitors crept into thu uct and crupped out in thc cxlinuslivo - dlslflily of aquatic talents . . . Clwnuus are better than 6 to l YOU helped in the WUl'lfl,S lm',u,ust. stuclzent cleinonstrulion . . . WINNER OF SORORITY SKITS For the months, I2 cum sisters PHI CAM CLOWNS HUNT FOR SOBER PEOPLE I 4 . . ,R N 55 5 l f, v f X 1 1 , 5 -- tit' 7 ,L A 3 X , My 3 M W u 1 N ,A fl A yxp I xt A . ,V V 44 :J kv, . , oi-'gh ,. f FLORIDA MAJORETTES READY TO CO And 79 miles to the nearest rest stop GIGANTIC PEP RALLY IN JACKSONVILLE Pigeons took off as Gators took over T NUVEMBER The heart-breaking football season was half finished . , , appropriately, jock boxes moaned, "You're Breaking My Heart" . . . Two bitter grid defeats at the hands of Vandy and Ga. Tech had no visible effects, however, on prgud Florida spirit . . . pep rallies, parades, were as incom. parable, as vigorous . . . as the Georgia game for example . . . 36,500 roared into Iacksonville for the red letter dqy game . . . staged pre-game activities . . . An alumni break. fast in the George Washington Hotel . . . the rip-snortin' parade headed by the 120-piece Florida Gator Band trudqing its way to I-lemming Park . . . Florida enthusiasts, band, cheerleaders, took the Park away from the pigeons . . . When the Fighting Gators took the Georgia Bulldog to the R , A 4, 4 , 56 ONE OF MANY AFTERGAME DANCES Beta-SPE dance DECORATED CARS ABOUNDED AT GA. GAME AFTER TI-IE GEORGIA DEFEAT., JACKSONVILLE SURRENDERS For triumphant Gators, party, party, party X 1 X , E p E X K' ,j ...f f NOVEMBER'S SIDELINE MISS ANN VALENTINE . If I' 3 I POl1nd CSee page 154 for gamel, many an orange rat cap W Sailed into the sky . . . red and black caps were snatched ln from Georgian heads . . . a triumphant Florida took lack- lk S0l1ville from the crackers . . . The first win over Georgia It in 9 years and then, party, party, party . . . On the following Weekend, the now "highly popular" Florida Gators and student COntingent invaded Tampa for the Kentucky game . . . didn't Uppreciate the inadequate seating, or the score either . . . Fl0rida's moment of glory in Jacksonville was forgotten and the season after all turned out to be just miserable . . . Sales of train tickets to Miami dropped off . . . The hot breath of disappointment was on the Bear's neck . . . an Udamant student body wanted winning football . SX, Q. l,'...Ilil3lIrllQ Q 'ffl' ' uf, eww-.. '19 'lf' Xu:-a.i . . tm' 'vt KAPPA ALPHA FLOAT IN JACKSONVILLE PHI CAM FLOAT FEATURED FOUNTAIN Many an orange ratcap sailed Red and black caps were snatched I ,M ,J-3 'f"1"-'v-r, 4 SKIT FOLLOWED SDX GRIDIRON BANQUET For state legislators, another roasting I 1 x fi - A 'Q .' 'ff' -. L, These 30 days were packed no less with campus events than , with the fading foothall fever . '. . 3x00 woodsy fellers went , 2 l,,.iiq:Qijsgg-1,51-ig-.. out to the Austin Cary Memorial l'orest for the Forestry . ",""2 122.1-" - . . . . . . V d 35,-hu Llulfs animal field day of log chopping, rolling, huekmg , , , FLORIDA BLUE KEY PLEDGES 13 LEADERS SPUCHII ILNHCS, CVCIIISZ a campfire barbeque supper . . . Ag Their shining hom. was in me wee ,mms Clnlxs 3rd animal turkey shoot awarded 115 of the big boi.,-I5 Q to dead e e dicks with the shootin' irons . . . The annu' - ,silk y 'l Gridiron Banquet followed Florida's victorious game with li Georgia . . . Sigma Delta Chi journalist fraternity sponsoring, aa, - .- . . - :ga x-1-f . . . . . mocking the state's special tax session of legislature with the ,W E traditional skit . . . 13 campus leaders had their shining 1 -. ".f"i,7 Q, - ,"f', . . . f ' ' ' vt v ,H . rr hour in the wee hours of dawning as Blue Ke nnned l-du , ,i A M Lf',s,p ,.f Y I pc be WITCH IN MATINEE OPERAS ti., tokens on their pa-puma tops . . . Culture came to the campus .J . ff t HHANSEL AND GRETEIX' .'.fx Q,f:q-i X . . ' ""7 -- fir: F or u pleasefl autltence, a pleasant surprtse EXE 1 I ff ,' iLLv'fk"., .' lf -1 ' 1 "JW-iz -jg "- ai .Ei".2im:Qy ' ,taigq 5.151- 3,.w'-1912235 i 3549. fs-' :,fm':.i2?12 5. t Fi ' ,La-.,' we-.rf ft 1+ :F " '1 ,', ,gr -tu. . :v , ,g ' 'ig ' . D lim, A .M ' Y' 4 Ari ri X.. f l"0KESTER'S FIELD DAY CONTESTANT ,if . OXFORD DEBATORS MEET FLORIDA'S BEST 300 wondsy fellers went Ultt Another case uncracked LADY DRAWS FOR CONSOLATION TURKEY Ag Club awarded 115 turkey xboorers ill premium quality packages . . . Lyceum Councills eoneerl Willi Robert Sl1aw's perfectionist eliorale was Carnegie Hall Calibre . . . Anolller liigllliglil, l?l0l'lllll. Players' "Ali Wilder- 'WSSl", was one of best plays ever seen al Floriclag imliviclually, fCutured best cast ever . . . A ee-sponsored Artist Se-ries lSee IRISH ll7J llftlllglll llle Matinee Opera Company . . . two small operas, "Hansel and Greleln and "Old Maid anal the il'liief," left the surprised amlienee pleased as Punulu . . . An International delmale on Capitalism vs. Socialism. with l"lnrifla's flllll Oxford Universily's crack ilelmuturs trying to eraek the Cflsc, came ull' Wlllllllll decision . . . Nu mleeisien Ullllllf yet on llle liearllell. fnollnall controversy . . . MEMORABLE SCENE FROM "AH WILDERNESS" For the drunk boarder, lobster shell NE. I W. 1. .f A i SJ it Y In 'W ' , , 'Z fly' I 9 M M - - ri ,V Q ' if-s 1 lnqv-Vf, E 6 -no W--M- Q H 'X , - 'S -,...--Aix' ' 4 Qfvff' Q l V 1 f 'li XI HOWARD VAN ORDEN IN "WILDERNESS" Florida Players score one of best l I an ROBERT SI'IAW. CHORALE tIONDlltI'I'OR For Ill!! eaunpus. premium vulture H Q. .-ui .. f A.-Pk.1 'HAMA WINS LAST GATOR TILT Ifear's lust cluulce fuflezl away . l ei 1 93135334 l i " r w " uivxflifi' ' ,f A , ,V 4 ,rv ,,.i,MHli. lf.. ,r' K. i. fs x.:--1 , X. X - fy- ii . .. F ,K rl kb , , ,Quo x" 1 ,59 :ggfQg:: -' 3. ' I 3tgQ.3.':..f1El THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST For student producers, an arena We heard obvious finality in the blast of that last football whistle . . . the genial Gator mentor, "Bear" Wolf, resigned under the burden of bitter disappointment and severe opinion . . . The Gators deserved something better . . . better student support for sure . . . but the anxious search for a hotter salaried coach bore hack no news in December . . . For as many remaining days of the recess month, activities stuffed the calendar . . . Last minute touches on Florida Players' colossal "Faust", packing the show on wheels . . . made our university theater ready to roll 'Aon the road" next year . . . meanwhile, student producers brought one arena style play . . . a Wilde comedy, "The Importance of Being Earnest" . . . Only the cold war moderated campus fever a little one night . . . America's ex-commander of Berlin, uv PHI KAPPA TAU WINS CAROL SING An audible burst for humming breasts General Hawley, said Russians had been willing to war . . . flllilif a contrast to lbc Christmas will to give . . . The Ubffarly 2500 unsclfisb dollars that poured into the campus llhristmas Seal drive . . . top rlorm contributors, Fletcher li. IWe1'YlJ0dy, pumped the funfl over the lop . . . at the charity fflftlball game on the Frolics weekend saw outclassucl Phi Delt Sflllad succumb to Sigma Nu's 7 to 0 victory . . . Carols, humming in the breasts of many a student . . . burst audibly f'l'0I1 rapturerl ears at thc Christmas Party whcrc Phi Kappa 31113 won the fraternity first place . . . The "Messiah", dnflel's beautiful oratorio, was inflescribably inspiring . . . me .nearly 500 performers were heard in the Division of 1' USlC,S 4th annual success . . . DECEMBER l vs . GENERAL HOWLEY SPOKE "Russia was willing . . ." SIGMA NU SCORES ON PASS PLAY Outclasscd other squad CHEERLEADERS CAVORT AT CHARITY GAME Annual Phi Dell-Sigma Nu till 1 1 9' I , .A flt . 1 1' 1... . N DlLl.Ts LUNG l.OWlLIl SLOBBOVIA lor the weekend, a twmge 62 RElVll'lMlllfR l"ROl,ll1S First "Baillie of Ilu- lfIllIllSh lilCA'MlNli GLEN GRAY Anil his Cum Lnnm swauetsll-l's SAEE REST UI' llE'l'Wl'lEN FLINCS l"or llu- xilxcnptilnlf-. Il rush -ry!! 'l'l1c llolifluy llLllll'i0lAlllg.'Q li-ngllu-null ilu: lingm-ring cluys lwforo Clirislinus . . . ralnklccl ai luuly's lmoncs augur lo lu: homo . . . l-'ull lfrolios sprozul ll party rush among snscuptivo sluilonls . . . ipu-lleil lionuzsiukmzss Stbllllfwllill . . . 'l'wo unusually good lnnuls, insu-:ul of ilu- usual one, wcru lmolcufl lly ilu: l l" C . . . gzlvo om- 1-om-4-rl czuwll . . . playcrl ullornarta-ly ul cucll ol' tlu- two fornnils lfrifluy anul Sulurfluy nights . . . lloorsl flung opz-n to ilu- lmiggl-sl fling . . . ov:-r 6000 couples . . . nm-vc-r lu-lorc possible in Ilu- regular session . . . Now, lllc new gym pitted Glen Grz1y's Casa Loma swcetslcrs at one cncl against Clmrlie Spivzlk's llotslcrs ill the opposite end of ilu: hugo floor . . . lIlClll0l'21lllC "Buttle ol the Bikinis" . . . Privulo purlics lllllSllI'UOIlN'll in 4-rulniics and nooks, jocks . . . ilu: Kit Karl cull-rvd ilu: l,'Apncl1c .af -1 WW n t dimwl' flztnco . . . Cavaliers porlormorl their host function at lllll 400 . . . The liuuux Arts Bull out-purtictl, hrought. 'ml the host, in costumes, liko tht- egg: twins pictured . . . Dullfl Tun Dollar wvckoncl hurl u Lower Slohliflviu lwingf: - l'i Lzunhrlu l'hi's paokuml tulont into their Dixiclunml mlllstml . . . The uumpus Cltristnuu-t Party pluyctl and sung: H10 lust ol' the yczu"s school rluys into an goorl Yulvticlo nioocl bl- - lieitl Pooh: nurrutocl. Gator liuncl pluyocl liusscll Pilnllllrgs original "Night Before cilll'lSllIl2lSn . . . on tho fdzu just ut rlusk ...W Cleo Cluhs, Symphony Orcllcstru, ralifruily curollcrs. were in thc night's rejoicing . . . clcslinutl 'U Wind up like "llurlolph, thc- Rm-cl-Nosed Reindeer", . . . W0und up, but ut home . . . 1 PI LAMBDA PHI MINSTREL Joint rocked with Dixieland l Qi, mm AT BEAUX ARTS BALI, A 'fi At V fl t J Y I roof it takes two to nmke an egg PRINCIPALS IN FLAZA KIIIARLIE SVIVAK CUTS LOOSE For Ihr' "lluMlo". his Imzsmrs O XMAS PARTY In a Yulotiflo moorld 'BIICIIIIHIIL Dunburg, Poole -v- alfa? .X Nl' GN li '. tl ll? ll ll t ' l 5 PICKET LINES BOYCOTT "GOLD COAST" 9 X I For the fringe, orderly student action t l fa R r- . . lt I V 3dmu Rs.. Fi A4 , L Low rfiorrgy t MEIFEHARU mm if JANUARY 1950 clippity-clopped in with "Mule Train" . . . olanked-up students winced at every crack of Frankie l,ainc's whip . . , back to the salt mines . . . exam panic welled up in your esophagus . . . Ambitious Florida Players hraved cram season to premier their colossal "Faust" in Miami Beach . . . re-staged the l8-scene success here . . . the professional joh ' on Goethe's immortal drama dropped a few jaws . . . featured a veteran cast of over 50 persons . . . While students were A. SL 5 GOVERNOR WARREN VISITED PICKETS Saw the air-tight clamp home sipping Christmas tocls, 24 G-ville merchants and 8 Tallahassee businesses filed a bill of complaint against the Board of Control . . . the "Gold Coast", fringe of shops and grills felt that growing University services were presenting unfair competition . . . Naming the Book Store, Soda Shop, AN ORGANIZATION BEATS THE BOYCOTT For all 208, activities as usual Calwell-riu, Campus Club zuul Club lie-ml4-zvous, ilu: umupluiul. fflulllll an flcuisirm ou "bow lilll' llic lluivcrsily can go" . . . llllv uuw swunk Slllflfflll. ccutvr, uurlvr mwouslnlclimi out of sU"Dlus sludi-nl building l-llINlH, would lluvu been scruppvml lb' lluv court mlm-visiorl il' zlwurmlml . . . lu unc zuvcurrl, wc l'1F0l1lulu1l an :lllllll-lllllllli pr-lilinu, clauupcml un air-liglil boycott 'Nl llu: filful "Gold Coast" . . . lluspilc ilu: illegulily of llfrycolliug iu l"lo1'i1lu, the mwlurly Slllll1'lll action ilrn-w u public mllllllixnerll, on Iilllldlllll from lluv uulliorilivs . . . an visil from lllf? Uovcruor . . . Tluw liliguule-1 clruppml lluwir suit uflcr a Wlfffli of lzorllruvzwsy uml absolutely un llllHillI'HS . . . 'llllff llnlvwrrsily. its sturll-nts :uul llu-ir 208 orgunizuiimms rvsllliwcl Uclivities as usual . . . Nll"I'Y NUMBER FOR 1950: BUNNY CAREY SCENE FROM PLAYERS' IMMENSE "l"AllST" Hill Steix 8: Erd Wilson ns Faust LQ Mvphistophclvs N49 ig?-'tl QW" 66 BASKETBALL FANS GIVE TO "MARCH" At half-time, dimes ruined PIANIST ALEXANDER UNINSKY For his first up, u hit No nude models for classrooin art, mlocmtvrl tba: Board of Control . . . Anylmw, crowds could fill the gym for basketball . . . :lid at tlio Florida-Georgia dribblo . . . Florida paddled Georgia up thu crack, began a winning slroak . . . That game was staged for a big half-limo, Prcsidcnl Miller introduced tlic now football coach, Bob Woodruff . . . clicors, Gator pop songs rang tlirougli the girders of tllo Florida Gymnasium . . . dimes rainod upon llic floor wliilc Dean lirady and Doan lioaty swept up thc loot for lllo lVl2ll'Ull of Dimcs . . . u victorious night, for basketball. for tho paralysis fund drive . . . wc lmpcd, for football yours to come . . . Willl the boycott batclnfl. hardly buried, lllc campus pounced upon another issue . . . The "Welfare Stale" was meat for ll formal I P v I 1-4 E 3. C-5 PANEL DISCUSSED UVVELFARE STATE" Scams burst at the Union GYM FlI.l.I'ID T0 SEE WOOIJRUFF A winning slreulc begun L5 llillllll discussion helcl in the Florimla Union . . . al the xref. of lhe SIII2lllICl'H-lllflllliil'.lill1.PCli-KiUWll clrag-ont, orowcls politically hursl, the Union audllorluln seams lo hear Senator . -P11013 Ralph TllI'llllf.IlUll, Prof. Donovan and Dr. Carleton in the discussion . . . Canasta Ialnles hnzzecl with the charges "li bIIIlllllCl'S in his jump-off al, Orlamlo . . . When the Hall "f lfanle was announced, Floricla coecls numlmcrud among 1he 'l"ll'W0rlliy names for lho first time . . . Concerts in the :Elf ylfill' lnogan wilh the Bowling Green A Capella Choir, ils ' Slnrlenl ollorislc-rs, leml hy llr. .illIllI7S Paul Kennedy, have "'2'Y1'fl Carnegie llall and in I5 other slales . . . Pianist Alexamler llninsky llleview: page ll7l lnarle his first l"lori1la l'l'P0ilI'a11ceg he and Debussy made a hit . . . i COACH WOODRUl"l". DR. lVlll,l.I'lR. PRES. l"AlRCl40TI'I For the new couch, ehrwrs in. llle girrlers -ca M BOWLING GREEN UNIVERSITY A CAI.'EI.I.A Cl-IOIR First concert in the new year 67 FLETCHER MARTIN 81 ART STAFF 25 canvasses hung in one-man show A VIVACIOUS VALENTINE: CHARLOTTE BAKER vw' February, fulcrum month in the activity calendar . . . swung in a new semester, spilled out 728 mid-year graduates into the cold cruel . . . catapulted the campus into another hell-bent term of student activity . . . and travel . . . Week- ends found the troops Gasparilla bound or on the cruise to Cuba with the ROTC Transportation outfit . . . Student conventions converged on the campus by two's . . . 65A delegates from 19 Southern colleges met to discuss and exchange Pep Club ideas and cheerleader stunts . . . con- cluded their visit with a stunt at Camp Wauburg . . . 150 International Relations Cluhbers held their Southeastem Regional Meet that same weekend . . . The Carnegie-endowed IRC holds the annual regional meets to discuss and draft JAMES MELTON'S PIANO TUNER To spike the show, a finger 1 1 Q PEP CONVENTION PICNICS AT WAUBURC For ideas, an exchange re - , . . . . S0lllll0llb on international questions from thc academic Slam - . . assetnhlc again at the national meeting in Spring 'hinicl7lo1'itla's Bob Riznor was IRC Regional President . . . '. b Melton's concert was almost stolen from hnn hy tho IIIHQO tuner with his one-finger tunes . . . Virgil Fox, ot'- gifnlsh Dlllyccl one night fSce page 1175 . . . Alpha Delta Hftnlll advortising fraternity hcgan the month-long series of ' IIFCS, discussions and exhibits on Floritla's famous "Ad- vemsint-K in Action" . . . Fletcher Martin, visiting professor Zi Trl alld "Life" wartime artist, hungla 25 painting shout doll: Canvasses . .' . Formal rites tletlicatctl the new girls John- 11. . Fraternity Row was apwproiccl 5 . . Sonic :eager on IhW1'lful1y scribbled So Long Sam flioach McAlhste1'J 0 Sidewalks . . . FEBRUARY IRC SOUTIIEASTERN REGIONAL MEET l"ronl lhv 1ll7l1ll0IlIfil' slant, resolutions MELTON MINGLES WITH GIQEE CLUB Ilis concur! was almost stolen THE ELEMENTS Olf' ADVERTISING IN ACTION Palm! series brings fame to Florida HFASI-I IONS FOR FATHER" Left to right: Phelps, Puntplzruy, Hoff, Sclmorunalcw, lfaislar, Edson, Morgan, Lawson, Hill J. I-IILLIS AT BOBBY RICCVS TENNlb EXHIBITION Despite 49 years, a nimble lull MARCH In Spring, u young ntun's fancy turns . . . lmlustoring llroozcs hurotl many u clintplcd knee . . . lt wus coming, Spring THE VENERAIZLE ROBERT FROST For Gators, an annual clml N . I, . f sa wus . . . inspired popular ,l. Hiltis, who can tlo things with ll tunnis but ,... lmutlocl zxssitluously urountl tho court for all his 449 years . . . ninlhly tlclightcrl thc usscnllmly ut at ,luck Krunler-Pancho Gonzales profussionul tunnis exhibition . . . World chugnpion Kramer lmuttlotl uontumlcr Gonzalus in the main match . . . prolims pitchucl the 3-time national intercollegiate champ Francis Suguru uguinst Frunkio Purkcr's hcst. lliltllillilllll in the lmusiness . . . lnmpullccl upon the lmluring horns of u lnotorcutle, Hcp. Smatllors compullccl cxcitocl stutlunt attention on at campus visit . . . sorutcllctl the political itch at little deeper . . . our own 1-lctrtions were nouringg, MAURICE HINSON, STARRED SPRING CONCERT For a grand night, an irresistible thing MARCH'S BREEZY MISS: PAT BAILEY R00 - - . Favorite New England friend, poet Robert Frost, dropped in for a lecture and annual visit . . . On one grand mglll the band played the annual Spring Concert . . . guest- 3uu'E?fl Maurice Hinson in Donald Phillips' '5Concerto in I - - - wowed everyone with two quartets engaged in a bangrnament ot 'lruinpetsl' . . Q. an nirresistible thing, a D V I the Fschool songs, our 'Alina Mater ,' played by one of I 0 ch0irl?est .1. .170 dusty voices, the distinguished colored 'S' p rom l'lor1da A St M, demonstrated learned versatility . ' - - and what must have been the hueklebuck, hy their 'Jk mwlern dance group . . .H "Fashions for Fathers", innocuous ,f?f'7 name for hell engineering profs go through . . . was quietly I ,Saul Pefpetrated one day in Spring hy the little wives corps . . . ' nt ,A-.--... .7 w r ff "" ' 4-- E 'K 55,2- ,sz FLORIDA A 81 M CHOIR For versatility, the "hwcklebuck" ,,-ff HARRY KALKINES AS "TW'ELFTH NIGHT" DUKE From amateurs, a jam-up job VRONSKY 81 BABIN CONCERT For duets, transcriptions "Q" 1 mt. -1... .U- ,v k . .-- A. " Been gettin' plenty duck lately? . . . had you the tnoolah, the Radio Guild would have obliged when they took over WGGG for a day . . . with sales and eouunercials, and with song dedications pledged at one dollar each, the campus radio club sent nearly 1000 dollars off to the G-ville Boys Club fund . . . operated six programs this semester including a new variety show . . . The 20 coed tappees of the 209th campus organization then yet un-named . . . Trianon . . . honored for sewice . . . have the required two outstanding points of endeavor, developed in campus-wide activity . . . how lucky can a girl get? . . . Speaking of endeavor, "He Who Gets Shipped" was a good one . . . for Florida Players, by Russian Leonid Andreyev, of a French circus . . . presented "HE WHO GETS SLAPPEDN Another endeavor was good SYMPHONY'S SPRING CONCERT For Gators, a Mendelssohn favorite 41- 'URADIO GUILD OPFRATFQ Wi I C' Obliged for a cans: 1 . . .lil ll1e round", on lllc .floor of 1'lU1'lllll lllll0 o11 llu eve, wr 1 . ds good . . . bllilkCSl!CLll'C, who usually t It 1 ll . Jflll from amateur players, get a Juni-up Joh inelc r PTUS went off perfectly in lllll "'.l'welftl1 N1 4 . ,, . , dycls f1rst Jah ul Sllukespearc . . . starred then vuy heal ' - - Skies rained by day and concorls rel mil lry Illglll Jll Nl . . 1 ilrcll . . . Vllyu Vronsky versus Victor lirlnn pu'-.e11l4.d 1 l .- . rwo lf9YlJoz1rd concert of great muslc trans in pl luelved 6 cncores flieview: page 1175 PI'lVllCL,CLl 10 1 . . . eu' U16 Umversnty Symphony forniul Sljflllh cancer an 'llc favorite Mcnclelssolm ,violin concerto puforrnlfl lmy 0 1 VARIETY SHOW ON THE AIR l0'Diece symphony 0l'CllCSll'll, und l1y its Vl0lll1 VIFILIOSU con pledged dollars fvf UU boys du - . mor, EflWZll'Cl Prcoclor, wllo was sololsl. Glllllb soared with pride . . . TRIANON CHARTER MEMBERS Front ROW, l. r,g Second ROW. l. r.: Hack Row, L ri: Mary Griffin Pat Collier Betty Ln Lanier Carolyn Blackburn Mary Jean Fllllfllflllif Bette Chisholm .lay Lee Heywarll Gloria Palter Winkie Saunders Mildred Langford Greta Anclron Laura McGaon Anita Johnson Robie Lee Milam Priscilla Newell AC FAIR QUEEN FLO CREWS Cmneru-Hugs rushed the garden AZ "I welll to the animal fair . . . the lmirds and the lieasts were there" . . . all things ag.1rieullural . . . Ag Fair, the third annual: as innnense in preparation as the slate fair of old days . . . With a fish fry, with hush-puppies, with ,linnny Ellen' and his hillhilly Florida Favorites . . . the Ag Fair opened . . :across the streelg in the ree room of Florida GYIIIIIUSIIIIII . . . Alpha Zeta, honorary agricultural fraternity sponsoring the Fairg combined exhibits of I3 ag selwnl er- ganizations . . . Most foreihle exhibit of ASAE, the old and new farms, intricate to scale detail . . . showed 50 years of progress from ag engineering, irrigation supplanted gravitation out hack . . . 'l'hyrsus prepared the most heautiful exhilmits FAIR ENDS WITH SQUARE DANCE IN THE STREET Immense us the State Fair of old days A S A E MODEI EXHIBITS 50 years of prog.,r1 ss K xx tx ,Un ofvctllftalnles . . . at giant garden hasket 4 feet high full oi cr - . - 1 lfi' i-'ilUCCl'l0S won u prizc . . . Forestry Cluh, Newell Entomo- 0 fi 11 ' - - - - '54 I Society, Dairy Cluh, I'uIurc i'u1'lners of Atnericu, Soils Cl . . . . . . . vii, lmoosled interest with instruct ive exhthits . . . ,l' urm nm ' cutlery mobilized a ciunking pnrutle through town the Seeo I - - I nf filly . . . By building K the tractors parked, by the flock and is 'lI, . -11 ru 0 sta s where prize heef and porkors stood 'I' ' The Ag Fair queen contest uttruetcd 10 coeds in rustic ilf'3SS und uhout 10,000 goggle-eyed mules . . . the little hun ldllwon is at nifty one, Flo Ella Crews . . . statistics withheld D01 ' f . ' - limi, nnttrlxnony . . . posed in front of the tropical phtnt :sm -' 1011 for at gold rush of camera hugs . . . A squure dance in 11 U sl reel cupped the whole thing, mightily . . . MODPI t0MI'lLTl'1 WITH PATH Irrigation suppluntwi gravitation COEDS COSTUMED FOR FAIR CONTEST 10 ways lo be rustic Q7 fr .U ' "S x N-.- 'bi Q-ee ..1 YS- 75 SPONSORS REVIEW PASSING TROOPS . . . . GET A CLOSE-UP LOOK ff .4 ROTC brought a name band for Military Ball weekend . , , "What do you LONG for?" . . . The long-awaited ceremonious weekend marched in with 'iwearin' o' th' green" to St. Pagriclgs Day Dance Friday night . . . A spectacular full dress parade of 2000 ROTC students and cadets passed in review of the 30 lady sponsorsg student officers' wives and dates . , , Johnny Long, handeleader who revived "Shanty Townu, played at thc formal Military Ball, convivcd with "In the Evening by the Moonlight" ra-dee-do-day . . . Scabhard and Blade put the finger on 42 initiates that night . . . The Kappa Alphafs scceded from the Union during ceremonies starting their aunual Plantation Ball . . . Betty Bellingrath became K A Rose, their queen for a year . . . Georgia Seagle Hall KING UGLY UTSEY GETS CROWN AND PRIZE I I PRINCE UGLY BAYLESS Votes for noxious title ,-nv' UW. .- any Produced one of the year's best parties . . . their "Spring Fling" began with a barbeque, featured thc Dogpatch Dance, fevived at a picnic at Wauburg, came back to the house for more - . . Alpha Phi Omega, service fraternity, wound up U16 ridiculous King Ugly contest on military weekend . . . the campus had howled all month at the clowning of aspirants In the obnoxious title . . . gave dollars for Red Cross and for votes to name King Ugly George Utscy, Prince Ugly George Bayless, and Duke Ugly "Stud" Wood . . . 31 days too busy to recall with description . . . saw the Florida Relaysg new tennis stadium dedicatedg Lyceum Council merge with Gainesville Music Socictyg Florida Follies tryoutsg both po- lllical and fancy partying . . . EYES RIGHT! HOW RIGHT CAN YOU GET? BETTY BELLINGRATH, KA ROSE Rebel for a year VARSITY PARTY RALLY AT THE COLD COAST In the wake of u wave, a campus submerged LAMBDA CI-IPS SHINE FOR CHARITY Rell Croxs drove during election drive , ,, A ., . --.......-H A.4..4-1 1 J X 1 X . u-.. The banner was up for student govermnent . . . Blue Key launchecl an orientation for the Atlniinistration on the Honor System . . . our greatest, the important, vital and successful heritage . . . A banner tlay came upon the wake ol at wave of political joekeying and campaigning . . . tho clay of spring elections on our campus . . . ln preparation, eaucuses ol campus political leaders sifted over names ol golden boys who might hring home the votes . . . two nominating con- ventions vietl fraternity nominees against inclepenflents' heroes . . . one convention for thc Gator Party, one for the Varsity Party . . . A record number of students votetl, tlwarfecl the HOW POLITIKERS LOOK FROM THE BALLOT BOX Wheels were delighted FJ f , t Q 243' OATOR PARTY t.AUi.Ub lN THE BACK ROOM I' or golden boys, u Mfllllg' aligned votes hy far . . . Vitality in spring elvctions testifies t0 our persistence . . . in fulfilling our lll5l'ilZlQLC . . . in 'own Wanting to keep il intact . . . ln those days just hefore lialloting, everybody quit giving clamns ami begun giving their '12 ill to politiking . . . hloltcrs, lllll1lllJlllS, cards were thrust VOTER CRASHES THE POLLCATE 0 y0lll' hands, under your floors . . . at campus sulnnerged . . llaml-pum,p1n,g wheels were delighted to meet you Ullder IRIJCI' mom . . . huncl-bumyinff wheels were delifhted t I I rv I: meet you . . . Gator raulio campaigning purorlietl "Neon Hand" while "Varsity Rose" oozecl her party line . . . The onor Court counted votes into the next clay, chulketi up 4 out of the "Big 5" top offices to thc Gator Party . . . HONOR COURT TALLIES FINAL VOTE 4 Q x For "Big 5", 4 independenls Q YOUR EASTER BUNNY HUG: PEGGY McLEOD April's sunlit Easter season . . . prompted those irresistible snoozes in class . . . A twilight band concert on the Plaza touched off pre-holiday yearnings . . . to be home, on a date with some dame, dancing on a dime to "Sentimental Me" . . . hut recess ended quick like the Easter bunny . . . brought hack the Naval reservists from their 840-mile cruise to Nassau . . . aboard the Destroyer Escort USS McClelland were Dr. Miller, for kicksg 100 students for the choppy train- ing trip . . . Something of a windup month, April . . . wound up the 17-match winning streak for Gator tennis . . . Gator debator's new teams University College and women's, came home from Birmingham where they romped all corners . . . the Men's Glee Club, hack from a state- MENS GI EE CLUB IN SPRING CONCERT For April, a windup tour Below right: MARYLAND FOLK SINGERS TWILIGHT CONCERT ON THE PLAZA MOCK TRIALS IN THE NEW LAW ANNEX FW' y0'l"'1'in8, fl 50UCh'0,ff The snake was ltLf1llIHPd wide tour, gave their annual spring concert . . . The show at law school, interesting "Mock Trials", was crammed for the murder "ease" . . . defendant snake cultisl was acquitted of his pet's naughtiness . . . legal eagles won the defense lrecuuse their expert proved the offending snake non-poison- 'JUS . . . Strictly coeducational elections chose Womcu's Student Association officers . . . On the Plaza of the Ameri- CUS, flags were up for Pan American day . . . a conference Of neighbors from the southern nations. had a soccer game - - - a Spanish "Tvrtuila", costume hall, with colorful authenticity, and at latin orchestra that was really "in there" - - . ln fact, lots of the campus fillies and joes got, hop to latin jive this year . . . liked the Samba . . APRIL A FLORIDA QUEEN ENTHRONED Pretty Pat Hurt Q -J' - ,MQJK -QT" t f- " L A "- .pc - f. ' it I -, '5"'? s ' . .:',I.' kv-tl 4' J N. X T9 ,'-Q.. 'Nqr ' SPRING FROLICS CROWD STANDS RAPT IN HARRY JAMES' MUSIC The man who oughl lo know . . . Holly Grahhfs husband the hornhlowcr . . . iizlrry .Imnvs . . . hroug.dlt his puck for Spring Frolics, his knack for picking 'cm . . . came for zu second lime all Florida I"rolivking . . . Buimysiltc-l's had it lwcuilsc babies cnn'l dunno. most cvcrylmody visa- did . . . vul loose on eager feel Friday and Saturday night . . . Slli.lll'fi1lY uflcrnoon's tea dance sounded liko Rl "Ton for Two" mum- lhon . . . actually wus the first honest lo goodness Miss University of Florida conlcst . . . Co-sponsorwl hy Your 1950 Seminole and tho IFC. lhv vonlcst mil:-ri-ri 34 vocds . . . in zu tremendously imprcssivc uuromony . . . llzlrry Kuikinns and Mill Goldberg il4lIll0llllK'0li vawll vzlmiicliitv as sho and hor 4-scorl, lmolh in formal zillirv. purzulod hc-fore tho lhroc judges FROLICKERS THRIVE ON "MOOSE MILK" Rnmliefl for u soconrl gn-'round HARRY JAMES "EYES RIGHT!" GORGEOUS CALS WERE ABUNDANT Brought pack and knack Loose on eager feet The Music Makers were Imp ' , THE QUEEN . . . AND HER COURT . . . . . . AND DR MILLER To reign supreme Muriel Jones, Pauline Dillon, Charlotte Baker, Saw natzu al Beauty - - . Morris Monts DeOcu of the Florida Advertising Com- mission, Flctclmcr Martin, renowned artist, and Hurry James, renowned lllISlJllllfl . . . Put Hurt, Phi Cum sponsored, became Miss University ol' Floriclu lo reign supreme 'till next Frolies - - . her attending court of lreuuts are: Clulrlottc Baker, Pauline Dillon, Muriel Jones, .loyce Vun Bussum, and Nita Nffll Ilolulnuon . . . Next ycur, Pat will be queen bee ol' till campus functions . . . the first truly representative of l'l0rirlu cot-tl natural lmeuuty . . . will represent us in contests llomlllg our wuy . . . might even wear at bigger crown some 'luv . . . 'l'f-rrilio success is due to chairman Stan Barclmn. IHS' Seen alter the contest going through the crowds with at 'alle measure . . . Pat Hart, Nita Nell Bohannon .IUDCES OF PULCHRITUDI Men who ought to know CONTEST CHAIRMAN BARCI-IAN LOOK OUT HARRY, HERE WE COME Harry and .Milt had close range w 4 SPORTS DAY SQUARE DANCE C0l!l'lllSi0lI of the big lluy MAY Ears that harl been attuchctl all night to ramlio speakers, huzzctl on the morning of the 3rrl . . . tho whys and whcrcforcs of this county and that city going to P4-ppt-r or to Stnatltors . . . The answers were as likely llorc as olscwlu-rc. or hcttcr . . . l"lo1'irla stnclcnts aclivcly catnpaigm-rl, volomlz arc politically and civically interestccl anal informctl . . . 'l'hos1- saint: vars wcro graced by the two' flozfrn frvmalc voice-s of tho Wontctfs Glcc Club . . . at the formal conct-rt, soon aftm' thc finish of their concert itinvrary at Montvr-nh' . . . Mr. llcllwrt Starrett, who has rlirectvrl thf- clulm simw- its cltartor, conrlnctt-fl this first appearance of thc ycar . . . ln tht- lll'llgll'2llIl offering: classical and moflcrn sulcvtions, a couple ol' guys sang with W. .I U, .14 Y . ' I ps. l ' lg' A 1 4- ., .. 1 fx'-.',n H , fr , ,j ' ' ' 3. L . . 1 V. ' x A "' X . . P W , COED CONTEST ON SPORTS DAY I For the girls, points +,, CI-IANCELLOR INAUGURATES UBIG 5" For incisors, savory steaks KEEP MARSRK ,.-f"'1- IN STUDENTS SIGN MARSAK PETITION Story page 86 llle girls and another, a music student, ohligattoed the flute ' - - One weekend the rumor got started there were 200 Spare women over in the gym . . . wercn't spare at all, well kd, athletes in fact . . . came from 10 Florida colleges for U 8th annual womeu's sports day . . . ln the 8 sports, ida coeds got the most points . . . at the concluding Square dance, Florida hoys got a few more . . . The old Flor flml new regimes sank their ineisors into savory steaks . . . llmulstlratiott hound, the student government lmnquet polished Ziff the steer and spread in their seats . . . MC, ex-president :arl Fairclotlt, began the round of introductions . . . Dean ifhliil Price delivered the principal address, Honor Court ' ncellor Dave Clements swore in the "Big 5" . . . ll! fi ,N-. S WOMEN S GLEE CLUB FORMAL CONCERT For the flute. an obligutto ,Hz f F 'l MAY QUEEN MAUREEN GOOLSBY W Hgeav ' D l 4 7 H li . l 1 a, ' ,- L31 i t l 1 - ' 1 ii I , - , l ,u 'L K ' Q, 1 4 ,X Q .J , '- , Zi: . 1' ,, ..- ,-'A VIZ' tv 4, A " ' 1 f -' ' ' an . ' r 1 V ' -'N' '- 1 " ' '- P' : ' - ' ' 5? "'l! ' if .Q 051- 1 - . I. -" "' -- .J TRI DELT WINNERS AT PAN-HEL SING Best, sentimental song lxlll HAS A HEART l'hruse1l by n slogan "Have a heart" . . . slogan of the charity drive for heart disease research . . . phrased our sentiments precisely on the Marsak ease . . . we petitioned Congress to pass the Senate hill which would allow Ivo Marsak to become a citizen of this country . . . Already u hetter than average citizen in effect, Ivo is an honor student in Bus Ad, a refugee from his native Czechoslovakia and from its eommunist grip lu- onee fought . . . sponsored here in this country hy Georgia Seagle llall and the Methodist Church, his visa now expired, he must return to Europe . . . we asked for his citizenship in fact, that he may remain friend, gentleman and patriot among us . . . There must he many brave souls . . . some dared upon the twilight zone ol' approaching exams to een- CLASS NIGHT DANCE The scare was stark 1 ' i "nuff the activity calendar Cl- - Seniors were getting . H55 Night and dance . . into 11, C numbered days . 1 , , . me ll0llI show, adjudged the nt-. - . Q-lb m the sentimental song ' - - Millie Langllortl, director ol' the Florida Follies which lust to comm- on the activities culcndar, starred in Florida 'WVYS smash hil, "Born Yesterday" . . . Millie swished urollllll in Carson Kanin's hreezy eomedy with all the verve 1 I . 'l d teal ehorus dunno . . . - - . the "kept woman" of ji cl . . . - 1 ml" UD hy first-time wonderhoy .lohn luaslman . . . LEADING CAST IN "BORN YESTERDAY' . . this cram scare was stark their invitations out, had their Yet plays and shows ventured . The Pan-Hellenic Sing, good 'l'ri-Dcll's and the A O Piis win- and humorous medley divisions 'the Billie Dawn she portrayed mk rueketeer Harry Brock . . . "YOli'VE COT THAT COURSE LOCKED" A O Pl WINS PAN-HEI. GUI' Best humorous medley A . so all i I l ! A l 1 t E. '.Q X, - . ,, Je ggwkff. f "'iWYf51'?5W7 ' ' . ' ,,.. , 5 . ,- " "wi .L',,'!." ,. . . 'rf-,1V':7f1'i" "W "' I .1 'fi ff, A - Q W M ..,..,,... . . ,, .Mf3Z'?5l'1 "7"""' f-Hume 1 5:1 Hilti E. ' .-.- 'J , 4 ' wt: ' v . ' Q4 A L 'I lt. Q in V -.wad RUSSELL DANBURG IN FOLLIES SCENE THE CHORUS WORKED HARD I"ur lim lnuxxucra, foolishness For highlights, ll grub-bug Floritlzl l"ollius lllll'l'ltl'lftl lift- :tt lll7 . . . "lnsimlv Flurimlu . . . llusllctl hurk over highlights ul' tht- your . . . purutlit-rl Ihr-tn in our first alll-campus vurit-ly slmw: run two nights . . while the Fnllius t-hurus awrontpunit-cl with litt0ll!4lllt4'SS . . Wilth-st :tml must 1-xprm-ssivtr rln-4-rs of thu night roam-tl lu QAVAI I lll lil All'lX IARAJ lhnn lllrflrllun sum., 88 FLASHBACK ON HOMECOMING Amid the bevy, u throne 'l'hc grunt big tult-nt grztlm hug ul' l2ll rust nlmnlmurs was sput'k4'tl llll'UllQLll0llI hy gmnl music, ut lust . . . ht-st lor the show wus thu 20-plume Calor lluml Vuriuly llnit . . . um: nl tht-ir numhe-rs wus-1 tht- nrig.ginul "l'll Ct-l live-n With You', written hy ztrvllilvcltm- prof Nit-lmlus Clmtzts . . . lit'lllLll'lilllilt jul, ul' student uutl faculty vmqn-rutimn fmnul out tht- twqttin-tl tuh-nt lor the stern-s ol Ht'l5ll4'S . . . l'trst ull, Prnt. Russ:-ll l,ZlIllilll'g.'Q phlngutl intu one ol' his l'2lllltlll5 piunu lllllSSill'l'l!s ...--7 0:34.21-. Q-:,:, ,, 'EM L- .mga --X.. EJ ' 4,.L X .h 1 ,- Q V' .lauzkiv Mz1y's "Nnlm1ly liver Mukus ll Fuss ut Mm-" . . . ., J J i1SS1n'tu1l svumes tlupiutctl llltllllltl-lllC-Wlllll0W'SlllHll' imprn-ssinns K 'A'- 'f , "N ,L lx' it 'i In ol coed lilc . . . utc: .... l'l0lllt!ClllIllllf1. tlu- purmlt- unit F V V V 1 Calor Growl worm- nevimrxvml with Miss University ol l'llUl'lllLl LETTING OFF GRAM STRAIN AT THE NIK NAR Pill Hurt on llcr llll'0Ill' "float", reigning umiil u lwvy nl' cm-ml Music' in flu' Clurlr Hull nmmmr lwnuts . . . At thu "Cantor Urowlu, liurl lfuirvlotli mliil at lt'llc-to-life inlprcssion ul' l"ull4-r xVllI'I'l!ll.S orutory skill . . . lllif wlmlu- show was spmniismw-ml lay lllt' Sigma lhrltu Clii l"'Ul'1lztlist lraiturnity . . . rcuuipts wont to tlic llniw-rsity lllvutm' luml :mal to Ilia' SDX Sl'lllllill'SlIlll luun luml . . . Uflfllifls go tu tltv trust :incl lu tltt: tlirt'ctm'. Millie l.ullglnl'4l ' - - star of tlur mfmtli in "Horn Yustcnlztyu :intl me-nllwr "l lltef vourl lumurury just nunwtl Nlll'lZlll0ll.l . . f. UQ' f 'VET RECEIVING LINE FOR GRADS AT VESPER TEA Left to right: Class President Bill Rutledge, Dr. Miller, Mrs. Miller, General Parker The final hour for the class of '50 approached . . . 1269 sophisticated seniors, record number . . . over the dam and HERE I GO . Over the dam, down the stream, the mill behind . . . Everything was very proper of course . . . Moms, dads, sisters and brothers . . . and the exalted seniors . . . attended the Vesper Tea . . . met University officials, distinguished guests, President uf the Class of '50 '. . . liuucalaureate ceremonies stressed lnter-American relations . . . University President J. Hillis Miller spoke of the role of Florida in Inter-American training, research, and cultural relations . . . the sermon was by Major General Roy Parker, United States Army Chief of Chaplains . . . The Inter-American theme extended into commencement . . . South American dignitaries received SOUTH AMERICA IS I-IONORED . . . Ben Cohen, Doctor of Humane Letters JUNE honorary degrees in the impressive ceremony . . . Among llle UCEl1'ly 900 veterans of World War Il who graduated that nfglll was one of the only two living quadruple ampulees . . . lifmlly Wilson, fine fellow and Florida alumnus . . . a c"15SIIlL1lC lo remember among lllCI1l all, and among the days of your senior year al Florida . . . Days of l.evi's and ukeleles - only squares wore lie clasps, only Seniors wore lies . . . nights of fine partying. when music was rigln for the Shag 01' Samba or for lislenin-I' lmeause Dixieland came hack will: 7 I" E10 Confederate flags . . . days of historic firsls . . . the ritz Year of new girls' dorms, llrsl All-American Seminole, Se .Miss Ulf . . . yours lo recall In the first full-year gminole coverage . . . elierisln-d in these, Your 1950 ' emlnole pages. . HERE I AM, ALUMNUS WILSON and down the stream, mill behind . BY CONFERRING OF DEGREES Upon 4- South American dignitaries SALUTES n. c. nznrv Your Dean Quiet, Southern gentleman-looking, Dean of Men Beaty has the oft-quoted title of "the student's best friend". In testimony to the truth of that expres- sion, live thousands of Florida alumni both famous and forgotten throughout the nation who cherish his friendship, remember his helpfulness, and never fail to pay their respects to him on visits. Going beyond the requirements of his position, Dean Beaty has endeared himself to students With his devotion to their interests. Each year there are a few men on the campus whose achievements have centered the eyes ot the nation upon the University of Florida. These men, going beyond the scope of University activities in their ac- complishments, have brought lasting tame or fortune to Florida. So that their work will not go unrecog- nized, the Seminole takes great pride in saluting these l95O ambassadors of good will. -41 4 H,-,xx fi ' 14:33 . r nys, , . His attendance at student functions, intramural games, his window-Washing for student charity drives, for instance-all evidence his very greatest pleasure, living with students. His devotion to student interests is equalled only by his expert and considerate treatment of students and their prob- lems. Dean Beaty has that sort of sagacity that comes with 25 years of experience with young men, serving as Dean of Students in a changing uni- versity. You are Welcome to go to him in confi- dence, for sympathetic help, for treatment as a Florida man. BILL NESBITT Advertiser in Action Dynamic, chain-smoking Bill, organized and was chairman of the UF "Advertising in Action" panel which won national recognition as one of the 5 best professional advertising clinics, the only one student led. Bill also organized and was president of tl'1e'Ad Club, helped organize a chapter of Alpha Delta Sigma. As an executive of Douglas l.eigh's adver- tising and animated sign firm in New York City, he remains a Florida booster. Spreading the Flor- ida word through his membership in 4 professional organizations there, he and Florida grad, boss Doug- las Leigh, were organizers and charter members of the Eastern States Florida Alumni Association in New York City. V 2.255 Hg? , W-' wifi:-ar, . 1.1.1,-K:' Q, giilg. ,yyi 1 y . 4.1-.yi vigsp :Kiwis 'Q-I . in D A w itifigii. ', . s., -'Z ' ,, ' "if i I Wgx 5+ llg' I . Z ,A , MXL- ' . . .L l f -V "'!"" X l --,I -F' .X C ,X - 'hx 4 - . - . 1 .fi CULUNEI. BHCHMHN Leader of Band World Known to us by his warm smile and ever-present cigar, "the Colonel" is esteemed in the American band world for his enviable and honored position as President of the American Bandmasters Associa- tion. Colonel Bachman, who was vice president last year and has long been identified with high-ranking bands and bandmasters, was elected at the asso- ciation's national convention to succeed the post previously held by his notable friends, Iohn Phillip Sousa, Frank Goldman, Henry Fillmore, and others. Because Harold Bachman likes to crow to his famous cronies about his new band and the ideas that have made it great, the "Fighting Gator Band" is nationally famous. W0 MHBSHK Citizen of Democracy Modest, good-looking lvo rolls his own smokes, has a 3.8, works hard in student life and government, despises communism, greatly desires U. S. citizen- ship. Since expiration of his non-renewable French visa, Ivo has avoided deportation by virtue of a pending, UF student-petitioned, Senate Bill which seeks exception to U. S. immigration and citizenship laws. His struggle for freedom and an education, recalls the Nazi blitz, his forced labor in Germany, liberation and communist seizure of his native Czechoslovakia, his underground work, and escape through the lron Curtain to refuge in America. In attitude, character, and love for our way of life, Ivo Marsak is already an American. .Senuho SHLUTES DUB PIPPING I nternationalist Dubbed "Hollywood" by his buddies, mechanical- minded, athletic Bob Pipping was awarded the Car- negie Foundation for International Peace fellowship for '50-'5l. A member of the Carnegie-endowed International Relations Club, Bob was elected presi- dent of the Florida chapter for '48-'49, Regional President at the Atlanta conference in '49, and Vice President of the national organization of 780 chap- ters and 125,000 members for '49-'50. On the basis of work for IRC and foreign students, he was the one choice from all American colleges for the fellow- ship to NYU. Bob is also one of the 3 outstanding U. S. college men awarded seats on the Board of Governors of the UNESCO for 1950. DUYLE CUNNER Legislator 81 Future Farmer Doyle, 21-year-old UC sophomore, is a neat, mild- mannered boy with an amazing public record. A rancher's son, he has raised his own saddle horses and beef cattle since he was 13, uses the income for school. Precocious Mr. Conner was president of state Future Farmers of America as a high school senior. Last year, a college freshman, his work as elected National President of FFA took him to 42 of the 48 states. Also in 1949, Florida Iaycees chose him among the 5 outstanding young men in Florida. Doyle, class president all 4 years in Starke High School, was a natural to try to defeat the incumbent state representative from Bradford County in May, 1950, primaries-and that he did. CHUCK HUNSINGEB National All-Star Chuck, the "humdinger" from Illinois, came to the University of Florida from the Iacksonville Naval Air Station. In his four years here he was the big bright spot in our football seasons, one of the most spectacular ball-carriers ever seen. No amount of lucrative entreaties could lure Hunsinger from Flor- idag he stayed to reflect credit upon our University -won all Florida's admiration for himself. Chuck made all-SEC two years, had an invitation to play in the Blue-Gray game, in l950 played in the Nation- al All-Star classic in Chicago. His final honor was being on the Chicago Bears' first draft-choice for a professional ball contract. HALL 0F FAME X?- iv ORGANIZATIO BERNARD W. SHIELL Bernie . . . hardworking IFC prexy . . . affable, eager, cmd sincere . . . politi- cal party chairman . . . Pike president . . . his pleasant disposition together with ability to get things done keynote his rise to Blue Key fame. V DOROTHY B. CRUMLEY Crums . . . lovable and loyal . . . tops in many fields . . . able president of Panhellenic . . . well-known at the Tri Delt house for her song fests . . . two years service on the Honor Court. ALEXANDER L. I OHNSON "Sandy" to all . . . hails from the to- baccolands' of -Quincy . . . prexy ot Alpha Gamma Rho . . . editor of Florida College Farmer . . . often seen cavort- ing around campus in his vehicle of ancient vintage. BARBARA D. THOMAS Barbara . . . energetic, attractive . . . combined housekeeping with Presi- dency of WSA . . . varied interest in- clude cheering, Lyceum Council, Inter- mural Board . . . education major from Gainesville . . . one ol first selected for Trianon. ALFRED L. POSEY Al . . . cafeteria student manager . . . cigar-smoking Varsity Party in-man and Independent leader . . . known far and wide for his sense oi humor and even more for his accomplish- ments in Organizations and Politics. ERIE SANFORD F REED Sandy . . . first of the "Fabulous Freeds" at Florida . . . as president, merged Lyceum Council with Gainesville Music Society . . . three-strip cheerleader . . . may be found at the law library or in a smoke filled room. IOHN W. CARTER Iohn . . . Oxford fFloridal Man . . . Cowboy Ballad singer . . . swivel hipped dancer . . . soft spoken, high principled . . . behind the scenes man, committees and caucauses . . . top ffloorl man of Florida Union Student Personnel . . . service to his Alma Mater and Beta Theta Pi. PETE HOUSE The man who electrified the campus . . . keys of all sorts . . . "Keep away from that switchboard, baby!" . . . Florida Blue Key . . . Father of The Apprentice Players . . . tickled by his own mustache . . . Yours for a better Gator Growl . . . a man of his con- victions. MARSHALL M. CRISER Smily . . . energetic business manager of an All-American Seminole . . . hails from West Palm Beach . . . handled money for F -Book, Sigma Nu and Florida Blue Key . . . noted for drive and ambition in any number of cam- pus activities. DOYLE ROGERS Doyle . . . Phi Delt work horse . . . Gator Growl, Orientation, and campus drives were his meat . . . efficiency was the order of the day when a job needed doing . . . his big show brought the "Veep" to campus . . . friendly, courteous ways cemented his place at the top .... THLETICS IAMES W. KYNES Gentleman Iim . . . big man in more Ways than one . . . Captained and sparkplugged the Fighting Gators While earning Honorable Mention All- American and AIISEC fame . . . his campus leadership, gridiron spirit, and gentlemanly conduct led to Florida Blue Key membership . . . he sets a standard for all Florida men. PUBLIC T10 I ULIAN D. CLARKSON lock . . . genial Phi Beta Kappa . . . prexied Sigma Delta Chi . . . calls Ft. Myers home . . .believes his vocaliz- ing compares favorably with the best . . . slipped a win over Georgia on the front page of the Alligator while he was managing editor. HAROLD H. DILLINGER Dill . . . Sarasota's genial and always crooning editor ot YOUR 1950 Semi- nole . . . seldom seen without a cup ol coffee in hand or a pencil behind his ear . . . Florida Blue Key recog- nized his ability as did Phi Gamma Delta . . . proof that the best things come in small packages. I OHN F. SHOEMAKER lack . . . aggressive editor of the Alli- gator . . . transplanted damyanlcee from Pennsylvania . . . Battle of the Bulge veteran . . . Blue Key and Sigma Nu used his talents to good advantage . . . also veep of Sigma Delta Chi . . . plans to continue newspaper work in Florida. I TRAMURALS LEWIS D. ANSBACHER "Lukie" . . . service is his motto . . . student director of intramurals . . . The Barefoot Boy . . . Blue Key . . . Tau Epsilon Phi's proud prexy . . . Deep Southern drawl . . . Iax's promising at- torney. ST UDE T G0 ERNMENT EMORY G. DIAMOND Emory . . . from Clerk of the Honor Court to President of the Student Body . . . amiable, easy going scholar . . . a real friend and great leader . . . hails from Miami . . . ascended from ranks of unknown to highest position on campus in two years. BENIAMIN COOPER "Moneybags" . . . Keeper of the Stu- dent Purse Strings . . . during his ad- ministration as Secretary-Treasurer de- veloped the standard procedure for accounting and disbursement of stu- dent funds . . . as generous with a smile and his time as he was tight- fisted and thrifty with Student Govern- ment funds. DAVID C. CLEMENTS Dave . . . smiling product of "Imperial Polk County" . . . just the man to pilot Florida's Honor System . . . Won Chan- cellorship after hard campaign . . . in addition to other duties, earned BA and LLB. '51 THX SANFORD SCHNIER Sandy . . . afiable, laughable prexy of Florida Players . . . "It's a Mystery" . . . triple threat many actor, writer, director . . . comic laureate of TBP House . . . headed for a Miami sports desk. MILDRED L. LANGF ORD Call her Millie . . . Florida Follies di- rector . . . pretty and talented actress . . . Trianon . . . Glee Club . . . Cavel- ettes prexy . . . "Been to Lucy's late- ly?" . . . Zeta Tau Alpha's pride and joy . . . listen for that "Gol-leee!" DEB TE PHILLIP D. ANDERSON Phil . . . a booming laugh and a quick smile . . . debator par excellence . . . "ambition is a virtue, not a fault, if one is willing to work" . . . Honor graduate of the law school . . . knows when to study, when to play . . . politically minded . . . his easy man- ner belies a keen mind. EDWARD S. RESNICK "Big Ed" . . . a leader among men . . . Miami Beach is justly proud . . . vale- dictorian of his graduating law class . . . president of Tau Kappa Alpha de- bating society . . . charter president of Zeta Beta Tau fraternity . . . re- spected and remembered. LE DER HIP WILLIAM H. RUTLEDGE Bill . . . he ot the winning smile . . . as head cheerleader, gave out with that l'Ready-O, one, two," . . . senior class prexy . . . Florida Blue Key . . . Pi Kapp's pride . . . active in fraternity, military, and publications affairs .... MARY ELIZABETH CHISHOLM Chis . . . Charter member Trianon , . . President WSA . . . hardworking Sec- retary of Woman's Affairs on Presi- dent's Cabinet . . . never Without a smile and a good Word . . . hails from Atlanta. LEON H. HANDLEY Leon . . . Lt. Col. ot Air ROTC Unit . . . candidate for student body president . . . tremendous drive and ability have earned him top positions in nearly every phase of campus activity . . . leading member of Florida Blue Key . . . this six loot Lakeland lad has hurried to the top. CHARLES I. HARDEE "Little Caesar" . . . ex-infantry top kick . . . energy that Won't wait . . . "Ceej" served as prexy of Florida Blue Key and led Alpha Tau Omega . . . per- sonality and drive his secret . . . crazy about his "SWeetpea". . . . 3 FP' CHOLAR HIP DONALD A. SAWYER Ft. Myers' own "Buz" Sawyer . . . set scholastic records in the College of Engineering, graduating after three years with a 4.0 average. Edited the Civil Gator . . . Secretary-Treasurer of Benton Engineering Council . . . served in Sigma Tau and the American So- ciety of Civil Engineers . . . an en- gineer's engineer .... RELIGIO PETE H. BROCK Pete to his friends and he has no enemies . . . one -of the affable Brock twins from Sanford . . . capable Presi- dent of the Student Religious Associa- tion . . . outstanding ag economics student . . . member of Executive Coun- cil and politico in his own right . . . Co-op Board Chairman at Georgia Seagle . . . efficient Pi K A prexy. POLITIC RICHARD M. STANLEY Dick . . . Pride of Auburndale . . . ex- paratrooper . . . campus leader and political statesman . . . a man with firm and sincere convictions . . . full of self-confidence . . . never meets a stranger . . . an outstanding Indepen- dent leader. I AMES L. KING Larry . . . hails from Homestead . . . made a habit of being chief-as first chairman of Varsity party and Phi Kappa Tau prexy . . . ability to accept responsibility served him well in all three branches of student government . . . his oratorical ability and person- able nature made him an impressive figure among campus leaders. I IA UNIONII mt.-L FEATURES YF Ww " 1:33:21 we V MZLQ-414 mwah T am n l SESS of A f ray' fax SSS ---11" is -WE: , Lk-Q ff X - .Lu 5 r N - ' X Z N X X L: FLORIDA UNION FORTES INFORMS AT THE INFORMATION DESK For every question, an, answer BRYAN LOUNGE IS A POPULAR SPOT Cool cakes and comfortable chairs As President Miller once Wrote, "Florida Union is more peculiarly yours than any other building on campus." Serving as headquarters for student government offices, publications offices and fur- nishing meeting space for practically all other campus organizations, the Union is truly the campus activity center. ' Financed by student fees and contributions from the federal government, the present four-storied structure was completed in 1938. Its facilities in- clude a banquet hall, three lounges, reading library, and a pool room. From this beehive telegrams originate watches are claimed, are cooled with a chair in one of the the Club Rendezvous on Newell Drive hundreds of Weekly, scores of repaired and countless frayed ternpers bottle coke and comfortable lounges. Weekly dances in annex across the street, water- melon cuttings, coffee hours, receptions and free movies are all a part of the Union Social Board's premeditated plancto make a Gator student's life the "life o' Riley". WILLIAM E. RION DIRECTOR CLUB RENDEZVOUS The "life 0' Riley" for Gator students ll THE SHAG WAS POPULAR AT Q SOCIAL BOARD MEETING IN THE UNION Two shifts solved the space problem Twelve acres of fresh air and Florida sunshine just nine miles south of the campus describes Camp Wauburg, Union- sponsored recreational area on Lake Wauburg. A student card and a few tree hours are the only pre- requisites ior admission. A swim, a snooze in the sun, or merely an afternoon's appraisal of the ever-present coed pulchritude is the order of the day at the lake. 414-:Nw Camp Wauburg was designed for leisure and is run ac- cordingly. Convenient bus service provides your transpor- tation. Cokes and snacks offer light refreshment. Lite guards are always on duty for your protection. The lake shore sports a brand new l44-foot dock for swimming and diving and a convenient bath house is in constant operation for changes. When we say, "Go South, brother," we mean-Camp Wauburg. CAMP WAUBURG 106 BOARD OF STUDENT PUBLICATIONS STANDING: Frank Hurley, Bob Weatherly, Barton Iohns, Bill Henry, Executive Secretary. SEATED: Professor I. W. Day, Professor F. W. Kokomoor, Professor I. P. Iones, Chairman, Professor H. B. Dolbeare. Meeting twice monthly in their Florida Union basement office, the Board of Student Publications lends a helping hand to student publications. With the accent on solving financial and equipment problems, rather than censorship, the Board is slowly but surely supporting the fight to bring Florida's publications out of the "Horse and Buggy" era. Controlling approximately S75,0UU in student funds, the Board each year accepts bids and approves budgets and contracts for the Florida Alligator, The Seminole, The Orange Peel and the F-Book. While most publications offices are elective, the editor, managing editor, and busi- ness manager of the Alligator are appointive. The Board, plus the President of the Student Body and the Chancellor of the Honor Court, accept applications and fill these po- sitions each Spring. Progressive I. P. Iones, Professor of Iournalism, acts as Chairman of the Board. In addition to wielding the gavel at meetings and handling routine affairs, Iones works hand in hand with the staffs. This year he served as a member of the student president's Advisory Committee on Pub- lications and served as an efficient liaison man between students and administration when problems arose. This year the formation of the student president's Ad- visory Committee on Publications, composed of editors and business managers of the various publications, brought about many improvements. Chief among these was a re- allocation of seats on the Board to equalize representation from the various publications. Under the new plan, the three student seats on the Board are filled by a member from the Alligator, Seminole and the Orange Peel, respec- tively, who must have had at least three semesters' expe- rience on that publication in order to run for office. Other adjustments made were the setting up of minimum quali- fications for editors and business managers and changing the election of F-Book officers to the Fall. Bill Henry, Executive Secretary of the Board and Editor of the l949 Seminole, served as committee chairman. I .in It you see an unusually large number ot students milling in and out of the Florida Union, halt of them smiling and half of them serious looking, chances are that the Orange Peel has just come in from the printer. The smiling halt on their way out with brand new copies and the serious half on their way in to get one. The Orange Peel, Florida's humor and fiction magazine, hits the campus four times each year with a Pandora's Box assortment of jokes, cartoons, short and long stories, and features on colorful campus life. Most of the material is original, pouring from the typewriters of Gator citizens who display their talents in the Peel pages. To give Florida students a peek at what makes other campuses rock and roll, exchange material is also included in each issue. lnericats only hovol-headed detective, 'you bury 'll' wo '11 dig 'on Ln' behind my desk, praotzicin' like Su: Spade, when my ding blue, off-the-naval sort ourvos no tiller ever sol. L Whore Ifm atandinl, the do her any good. what I lu up slowly enough to show me tt song 'Leave UI not t still standing wheres ' "rand thb view is the ll are running ton sg . ' ,fy spine on 'hero I Ins sittin the snake in a pimplea 0119 Oh I-IUMORIST IOI-IN EASTMAN, NEXT ' YEAR'S EDITOR Accent on humor and risque originality 108 ORANGE PEEL EDITOR IOHN TRINKLE, OVERCOME WITH OPTIMISM He kept the Peel upf to par :XLR . Q 'W ' ASSOCIATE EDITOR HENRY KITTLESON Able support solves problems STAFF Editor-in-Chief ........... ................ .... I o hn Trinkle Managing Editor ...... ........... H ugh Stump Associate Editor ....... Henry Ktttleson Art Director ........... .......... L aura McGoon Humor Editor ........ ........ I ohn Eastman Fiction Editor ....... ......... B oyd Ogle Features Editor ......... .......... B ob Browder Business Manager ....... .......... B ill Clark Advertising Manager .... ................ I van Smith Circulation Manage .....,................................ Rudy McCullough ASSISTANTS Iim Fokes, Lee Weissenborn, Paul Horton, Iim Bute, George Bayless, Bill Schmidt, Roger Long, Dave McCain and Frank Hurley. The "F" Book is the official hand- t Florida students. Compiled and published during the ' B k becomes the book for University o summer, the "F' oo standard reference on the University for the year when distributed during Freshman Week and serves as a valu- orientation. able adjunct of freshman It is a ready and portable Warehouse ' h ot every conceivable fact about t e University and its student lite, and d features an up-to-date student bo y constitution. nf, l F BOOK STAFF Editor-in-Chief ........,,.... Associate Editor ..... Business Manager ..... Student Life ....,.,.... General Activities ...,,.,. Athletics .....,....,.,......,.....,. Gene Reynolds Dan Boone Dave Morris Bill McCoy .....Bob Raylield Lou Ritter lack Roqerson Student Government ....,...... ......,,. ....,.Bill Rutledge Gator Yells and Pep .........., ..... Publications ......,...,............ Odd Facts .,...,... Art Editor ......,... Photography ,......,. Secretary ...,...... ........ M ary A fl lim Selman Bernie Shiell ...slack Conqdon I-lolcolm Kerns ne Weisenberqer TYPING THE FINAL COPY The warehouse was portable F BOOK EDITOR-IN-CHIEF GENE REYNOLDS ASSOCIATE EDITOR DAN BOONE EDITORIAL STAFF ASSEMBLES INFO A valzmble mljzmct iw lu rlila Q Q iffy? Q 2 F" ,sz-"" ss ' . N , , S Q- '- . 42. H ':. , . . rw ' 1,1 I . ., ns ' lllgatur EDITORS .....- THE EDITOR PERUSES THE FIRST COPY Campus news was flissemirzaterl llO Editor-in-Chief ..,.. .4.. I ack Shoemaker Managing Editor ..... .... I ulian Clarkson Executive Editor ...., ........ I ohn Baker Sports Editor ........ ..... I ohn Williford IOHN BAKER SETS IN TYPE Next year's Editor at work No. TWO MAN CLARKSON PROOF READS A South Florida journalist in training The masthead calls it "The Largest Weekly In The South". To the student community, The Florida Alli- gator represents much more than bigness. In an ex- panding University with an expansive campus, our weekly newspaper serves as the chief means of dis- seminating news and views of campus happenings to over 10,000 students. Writing, editing, and make-up is done by the student staff. The only 'Gator function not performed entirely by the students is printing, which is done on a down- town commercial press. A dream always drifting up from the Florida Union basement offices, is a visuali- zation of future 'Gator editors having their work interrupted by the rumble of a campus press. CORRECTS IT 6' ,,,-. ax. THE SPORTS EDITOR Williforfl with dirty fingers - ..... BUSINESS Business Manager ....... ..... T ed Wittner Asst. Business Manager .... .... L ink Elozory Circulation Manager ..... .... I ack Rogerson Advertising Manager .... .... B ernie Freed To Ted Wittner and his hucksters fell the task of keeping the books up to date, covering the campus each Friday morning on distribution day, paying and collecting accounts, convincing local merchants that their best medium of advertising Was the 'Gator. To coordinate their efforts with the editorial staff to make it a first-class newspaper operating "in the black," an efficient business office Was maintained by the '49-'50 Alligator. Territorial coverage of accounts by salesmen was carried out. Weekly meetings effected harmony and a too-small mailing room was put to its best possible usage. From every aspect the business staff could close out its books with a capitalized com- ment, "Mission Accomplished." WITTNER AND RIVERS DISCUSS AN ACCOUNT Paying and collecting was part of a task Tl-IE CIRCULATION STAFF WAS WILLING TO POSE They worked in a too-small mailing room THE ADVERTISING CREW COUNTS LAST WEEK'S INCHES Freed led this year's busy hucksters 111 ........-... STAFF ..---.. Associate Ed1tor .... . . . Associate Editor .... ..,. Associate Editor .,.. . Associate Editor ....... . Assistant Sports Editor, . . Intramural Editor ..... . . Feature Editor. . .Sandy Schnier Gerald Clarke . .Elaine Iskin . . . .Bill Henry . . .Paul Horton . .Steve Weller . .I. I. Shapiro Clubs 6. Organizations Editor. . . . Exchange Ed1tor ............., . . , Exchange Editor ..... . Proof Editor ...... . . Rewrite Editor .... . Staff Artrst .......... .... Staff Photographer .... . . , EDITORIAL STAFF Left to Right: Pat Collier, Kytle Williams, Bob Gibson, Gloria Palter, lack Fortes, Iohn McCutcher1, Greta Andron, Hugh Stump, Fred Chapman, Lee Weissenborn, Ralph Olive, I. I. Shapiro, Sandy Schnier, Langley Adair. . . . . .Kay Beall .Greta Andron . .Gloria Palter .Kytle Williams . . .Ioan Combs . . . .Tom Brady .Fred Chapman FRESHMAN REPORTERS SPORTS STAFF Left to Right: Front: Frasuer Knight, Fred SiC1S. lim MCGif1lGY: Left to Right: George Bayless, Steve Moran, lohn Williford, Eddie CGFIYGTI KGY BGSU, Vifqiflill l-GPS. lOGl'l Combs: Back: Tom Brady, Siegel, Steve Weller, Robert Spieqelman, Paul Horton. Iohn Seitz, Bob Desiderio, Dana Bullen, Bill Freeland. DIRECTOR PREODOR REHEARSES A violinist now conrlucts OFFICERS President ...............,,.A....,......,.., Iohn Ielinek Vice President ,.,......,...... Harold Sekinqer Secretary .........,...,. ..,.......,... l.. aura Daly Business Manager ...,........ Malcolm Day Publicity ....,....., ...,.,.,... S . E. Lorimier Auditor ......,... ............ I ay Cohen Our University Symphony Orchestra is fulfilling an integral and enlarging role as a cultural influence on campus and throughout the state. This year five concerts were presented by the Symphony and accompanying artists. The group opened the season with an all-Chopin program last Fall. ln November they took part in the Goethe Bicentennial Concert and Christmas found them performing in the annual presentation of the Messiah. SYMPHONY ORCHE ST RA KEY OFFICERS EXAMINE THE ORCHESTRAS PUBLICITY Planning for a CILIUIITII inflrwnce Climax of the year's effortswas an annual Formal Spring Concert. This program. featured Mendelssohns Violin Con- certo in A Minor by guest soloist Edward Preodor. Mr. Preodor, in addition to wielding the baton over the Symphony Orchestra, enjoys prominence as a violin virtuoso in his own right. Before joining the University staff he was with the School of Music at Illinois Wesleyan University and the sixty-two faculty, student and Gainesville citizens mem- bers of the Orchestra largely owe their success to his talents. MENDELSSOHN WAS FEATURED AT THE FORMAL SPRING CONCERT Sixty-two members clinmxerl the year's efforts 114 GATOR BAND I 'In .au I.. A - - Z ov Q' Flutes and Piccolos: B. O. Baird, W. F. Block, N. Bockler, L. W. Hardman, W. T. Harrison, I. B. Milton, E. E. Stanley: Oboe: E. A. Tarratosy Bassoon C. K. Murdock, I. S. Risleyg Clarinets: W. Y. Bennett, R. A. Brooks, A. N. Darlington, H. L. Davis, R. H. Dippy, R. C. Elder, I. Freeman, R. W. Freeman R. H. Hellinqer, R. W. Murray, R. G. Murrell, R. B. Shampine, R. S. Sillas, E. Smith, A. K. Snelling, I. L. Tomlinson, R. S. Yeats: Alto Clarinet: C Solomany Bass Clarinet: H. Deang Saxophones: H. I. Cross, R. A. Davis, W. F. Evans, I. O. Kemp, W. R. Littlechild, H. H. Nichols, R. G. Rich, R. H Roller, I. L. Ruehle, R. S. Sullivan: Comets and Trumpets: C. C. Bell, B. C. Boggio, I. F. Edmonds, L. E. Eggers, K. L. Fritz, P. A. Givens, W. R. Godwin R. W. Martin, H. E. McNatt, C. A. McNulty, R. H. Newman, M. L. Popkin, R. D. Robinson, G. A. Rudderman, I. M. Sanders, R. F. Singleton, I. G Smith, H. G. Spencer, A. C. Stevens, W. R. Threlkeld, W. W. Wright, I. B. Wynn, R. L. Young: French Horns: I. E. Barrow, I. M. Bosworth, E. C. Carlson H. W. Dunscombe, C. M. Hendrix, C. C. Holden, I. E. Hollis, I. W. Iacobs, R. C. Kephart, H. W. Nash, Trombones: I. L. Blue, H. D'Amico, L. B Daly, I. W. Delmar, E. G. Diamond, S. B. Dickson, G. D. Frink, T. A. Iackson, L. S. Lyle, I. W. Mooers, R. E. Morris, G. E. Phillips, R. M. Smiley D. A. Wedebrockp Baritones: D. P. Cornell, E. D. Clark, I. D. Cogburn, L. I. Delegal, L. L. Iohnson, K. D. Snell, C. Winterg.Basses: R. O. Bauer, B. S. Berrian A. S. Bullock, R. H. Cooper, R. W. Crum, D. L. Iones, T. E. Iones, G. L. Marino, D. W. McCubbin, T. A. Owens, D. L. Williams: Percussion: C. L. Allen R. R. Barber, G. D. Bayless, C. R. Busby, M. W. Davis, R. I. Griedman, I. C. Grant, G. B. Hazzard, S. Mitchell, H. N. Mowry, W. T. Pearson, G. M. Shearhouseg' Drum Majors and Majorettesz E. A. Collier, M. E. Holden, A. L. Kirkpatrick, E. L. Kulp, C. L. Lee, S. M. Mitchell, F. W. Parker, I. S. Risley, Z. L Rosenthal, W. B. Stotesbury, E. I. Warfield, H. I. Watt. DRUM MAIORS STRUTTING THEIR STUF Steve Rlsley, I'rances Parker and Charlie lee Ils Frans last . year with the band HAROLD B. BACHMAN DIRECTOR The Colonel" whose smllle is as inevitable as his cigar. Now in an his second year as top man, he has molded the Gator Band into the Soutlfs finest. 1 1 1 IMPROMPTU IAM SESSION ON THE ORANGE BOWL SPECIAL With only 4 hours sleep outg of 48, the return trip wasn't this energetic. PLANNING A HALF-TIME DRILL D--P In the band officer's huddle around the plotting board are: Darrell Carnell, publicity direc- torg Bill Threlheld, secretaryg Henry D'f1mico, assistant business managerg Emory Diamond, Busi- ness Manager, and Steve Risley, drum major. With thrilling football music and pageantry during the Fall, and then transforming into a concert band for the remainder of the year, our 'Gator Band provides top- notch entertainment throughout the entire year. This year the group appeared at 9 football games, 5 of which were out of town. The campus concert series included the Christmas Concert, the annual Winter Con- cert, and several twilight concerts in the Spring. The band also gave concerts in several cities throughout the state in the Springtime. 5 .xg - , , 1, a X ' f 1 A N 5 iw.. .X -X A SERENADE TO WALLY The wheel revolved as the crowd sang "Down By The Old Mill Streamu at the Georgia game in the Gator Bowl. CHILLS IN Tl-IE MAGIC CITY The boys shivered through this one. But the half-time show evoked words of praise from Henry Fillmore, past president of the American Bandmasters Association. 115 LYCEUIVI CCUNCIL The parent of many "firsts", the Lyceum Council proved itself to be a pre-eminently successful student organization this year. For the first time, the Council co-sponsored the Artist Series' with the University's Division of Music, and obtained thereby a larger number of concerts than would be otherwise possible. Another first, the Lyceum Council Associate group, was formed to provide the Lyceum Council with an economic means of doing the work of staging a concert. Of the 126 students who served as ushers, ticket sellers and takers, and house committeemen, 33 qualified for associate membership this first year. Recognizing the needs of a growing university, the Lyceum Council obtained an Executive Council resolution allowing the new gym to be used for staging popular entertainment. Most pro- gressive among its several "firsts", was the agreement of the Lyceum Council with the newly formed Gainesville Music Society to pool their resources. The additional SlO,UOO from the Society's sale of season tickets, swells the available funds to an amount that will attract better entertainment next year. The first Annual Lyceum Council Banquet closed the exemplary season of progress. LYCEUM COUNCIL MEMBERS President ...................................,.............. Sandy Freed Frank Ackerman .... ...,.......,............... I im Bula Millie Lcmqford ............ ............ B cxrbaru D. Thomas FACULTY ADVISORS A. A. Beecher H. P. Constcxns ...........,.................. Dr. Alton C. Morris COUNCIL MEMBERS PLAN SEASONS PUBLICITY . ' ,y DR. DUSENBURY ADDRESSES FIRST ANNUAL LYCEUM BANQUET 116 LYCEUM SERIES UNITED STATES NAVY BAND fSee page 47l . . . 54 pro- fessional sailors . . . played twice to enthusiastic capacity Crowds . . . Superb from classics to swing . . . Friendly Conductor-Lt. Commander Brendler memorized most of the 20,000-piece repertoire in his 35 years with the Band . . . Years best liked program . . . CHICAGO OPERA BALLET . . . November 7th and 8th . . . The World-famed Ruth Page and Bentley Stone . . . anda TFOupe of youngsters . . . played two nights to the ever- l'1OSpitable Florida ballet goers . . . Introduced "Beauty and the Beast", accompanied by Tschaikowsky, one piano and imaginative setting . . . ROBERT SHAW CHORALE fSee page 595 . . . Young, earthy, Qenius Bob Shaw with the best choral group in the world ' - . on their first American tour . , . privileged audience WGS enthralled, insatiable . . . HA moral chorale", cheated HO ticket buyers . . . whether preferring Polly Wolly Doodle OF Palestrina . . . IAMES MELTON fSee page 69D . . . Tenor . . . Florida Glumnus . . . Metropolitan Opera star . . . attracted the Seasons largest house . . . gave the season's longest program Plus a dozen encores . . . The Men's Glee Club provided Superior accompaniment for Melton as he sang Schubert's The Omnipotenceu . . . VRONSKY AND BABIN fSee page 72? . . . Piano duo . . . VifYa and Victor, respectively . . . in a serious presentation Qf pure music . . . Selections from Bach to Stravinsky impeccably performed . . . Two instruments lent unusual Interpretation of "Petrouchka" . . . Delighted crowd asked 5 encores . . . I ARTIST SERIES ti' HUNGARIAN STRING OUARTET . . . October 3l . . . A fine chamber group . . . deserved the applause of their interested listeners . . . Program of Schubert, Mozart and Bartok, was in tasty proportions . . . offered authentic recital of Bartok's Quartet No. 4 . . . Audience appreciated the evening's lesson . . . MATINEE OPERA COMPANY fSee page 583 . . , Eight good performers . . . cancelled afternoon performance . . . scored a hit with double-feature evening of musical fun . . . "Old Maid and the Thief" and "Hansel and Gretel" . . . Good voices and music, good adaptation of program guaranteed a natural success . . . ALEXANDER UNINSKY fSee page 665 . . . Regarded among six best pianists today after only five seasons here and abroad . . . Young, Russian-born globe-trotter is an American citizen . . . Played selections from Chopin, Debussy, Liszt's Sonata in B Minor, Bach's Partita in C Minor . . . VIRGIL FOX . . . February l4 . . . Organist . . . one of top three in America . . . Plays in New York City's famed Riverside Church . . . Engineered enthusiastic, climaxing applause by inverting program . . . began with moderns and went back to Bach, whose music won the most ad- miration . . . ATLANTA SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA . . . March 31 . . . South's budding young symphony . . . under the direction of Henry Sopkin is swiftly growing into a fine instrument . . . markedly improved since only last year . . . Pleasing program offered Wagner, Borodin, and Brahms Symphony No. Zin D Major... THE UNITED STATES NAVY BAND L1-ll 6 W ,.,fr1fv1'r"P'w'w-fn, g Q "NMS "E-'vii Y ,nqj1L 1- sy:-Mp .rwg IM, , . .Y ,ww Lg -'1-1'2'f' - U YQQEQYV B Ax,'A'is'g K+ ml f ,A 1 MWF? W' if 'MW' -4 A- f MP Q. .L 1 Q' 6. I. f K 'W ,. .. ! f sp, ' 5 ' qlfff, Ijt'k'?'S'x.'xQ1 , -- ,is --n'.g:34-51 2422:-H. . fQf2fjK"'lX'9e'1f ' ' :XG . .A ,- ML., if N. D. ' 7'snfn .-,, Wk I ,. Q , f. K 1'-"1 x . :TQ 59. 4 1 f N +35 , 1X1'i. fe.f' 3.- fm ,gs H 1 K X' .ng""' -ag ' 1 Wl:. L...f5 n 'L A 3 x JY A7 ,xr V wr I Q ,,.,,. . Qi 9 "' J ' ff ,x " V ' x I k 1 1 ,L , f'- - Q Y 1 gn.. 1 4 sk if 'w V,,. ,vw xx 'M' "fix '.f,ffffjL':'-fr I ' :N . V, 5' - ' lf ' Yr' ,M ' 4- .x "" ' M, ' r . , ,, - """ .. l, " 'Q 1 f ,. ...... 0' ' , ' U Q 4 s 1 V fx v "ff .X N 1' " x:- , + , fi 'Aa t 1 5 -- ' ' . 1' " .- ' . A, u aj A ja- , 44 ' k 1 , . V Us 1 ' ,jr ,x Q ,gs ' if -1-"' ft H IP , . M E ll a 63 5 V Q6 49 3 R A vi '- V , w kv., -6' 'rf .---. , . ' - V QQ' '34 Magi, Vg A ff , 53044 E ' 1 my 5' ' N LN 'lk' E6 V at LLL, N, r'-'MQ1 .. ,.,,, . M. . V:-....,, ,H -1.w1.,u...xam'nu . H. if ll 9 K4 li vm , . ,,.ms:.'f7 2 lfiumlls f' ' ws ' 1 , , A T3 ,J if if tx -3 ,r- r ,X ri A I PLAYERS FLORIDA PLAYERS OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS ,E let to light Russcll Bagley uchnzcal 111166101 San Old balznzu FLORIDA PLAYERS Few organizations have either the COlpacity or desire to exceed themselves as has Florida Players. Desire for a job well done and the capacity for Showrnanship produced this year, their "best show ever"g Eugene O'Nei1l's nostalgic "Ah, Wilderness". Also in this, their 20th anniversary season, the Players presented seven other major Productions, both on campus and "on the road". Ambition is their byword. They presented l8 scenes of Goethe's "Faust" both here and in Miami, and DlCIyed host to the Florida high school One-act play festival. Under the ex- pert and sensible direction of Dr. D. B. Dusenbury and Dr. R. I. Dierlam, Flor- ida Players and the Apprentice Players Prepare to fulfill the ambitions of next year. Ni m DEBATE .Qi ,QA -f. L 1' ' if CLUB MA . X j y . V .M rr A A -r"x fn v 5 XT! s Rf-'if A-fd . M. K, , vo 'j.,'.-.5 'ir .,, N -s"3.'i- Q. A 'Vw 4-Sw o,' 'Q 1-'ff 1' 5 2.4 'V n- .J A K au, L"-: ,." N V T. 1 I 12" 'X . ,I ': ' , . ' Il?" M. EMP , ff' w The University of Florida is far more widely known throughout the nation for its excellent forensic record than for any one other factor. Despite the shifting of the emphasis in Florida's forensic and public speaking from glory to training, Florida again reaped the lion's share of honors. Beginning the year with an open house meeting, the Debate Club and its officers outlined the year's activities to the 40 or more men and women who were to "come out". The agenda included varsity, university col- lege and women's debating, original oratory, ex- temporaneous speaking, radio discussion and inter- national debate. An extensive training schedule of debates was set up to pick winners and acquaint the members with the national intercollegiate question, "Resolved: That the United States should nattonalize the basic non-agricultural industries." In the first semester, Florida was winning school in tournaments at Richmond, Virginia, and Tusca- IUNIOR DIVISION WINNERS AT FSU MEET Left to right: Iohn Bethea, lean Miles, Voncile Marshall, Ioe Pittman. New teams win hiqh honors. COED TEAM ENTERED TWO BOUTS loosa, Alabama, won a third place at Purdue Uni- versity. Back home, Phil Anderson and Ed Resnik, last year's foremost debaters, held their own with the best that Great Britain could send from Oxford, England. During the second semester, the mettle of the university college and women's teams was proven with striking wins. In this, the first year that women's teams from Florida debated, coed teams entered two tournaments and won two, at the Florida State University Invitational and at the Southern Speech Association tournament in Bir- mingham. ln the former, Florida's junior teams won and in the latter, placed 3 university college men among the top IO men. Although the de- fending Florida champion only tied West Point this year at the Georgetown Invitational in Washington, the year's record is great. Florida placed in 5f6ths of all decisions, won 5 firsts, l second and 3 third places. WON TWO Misses Voncile Marshall, Coach "Midge" Wood, lean Miles. Perfect score in their first year. FLORIDA - OXFORD INTERNATIONAL DEBATE Left to iight: Florida's Phil Anderson, Ed Resnik, Moderator Dr. Allen, Oxford's Robin Day, Geoffrey lohnson-Smith. Florida held their own. BACK FROM GRAND WESTERN TOURNAMENT Left to right: Larry Hoffman, Walter Apfelbaum, George Steele, lack Plisco. Florida copped most speaker point rankings at Northwestern, DEBATE CLUB MEMBERS AND COACHES Front row, left to right: Lois Harris, Voncile Marshall, lean Miles, Virginia Leps. Seated: Dr. Dallas C. Dickey, Ccachg Marjorie Wood, Coc Apielbaum, lack Plisco, Gerald Sohn, Terrell Sessums, Larry Hoffman, Dr. Dean C. Barnlund, Coach. Standing: Woody Liles, lames Smith, I- Ioe Pittman, Alvin Zalla, Mel Kahn, Iohn Trinkle, Iohn Bethea, Dick Mosely, Dave Clements, Dick Pettigrew, George Vega, Bill Sherman, Georc fi 4 H I E il GEORGETOWN INVITATIONAL REPRESENT FLORIDA AT TOP UNIVERSITY COf WINNERS Left to right: Walter Apfelbaum, Larry Hoffman, George Steele, lack Plisco. The Georgetown Invitational Tournament, held each year in Washington, D. C., is regarded as the most spectacular tournament in the nation. Florida, who was last year's winner, tied West Point for first place this year. 122 WEST POINT Walter Apfelbaum and lack Plisco ranked sixth and fourth with top debators from Harvard, Navy, S.M.U., Northwestern and other schools all over America. Florida's team, chosen for the fourth time to represent the southeast, copped the most team points, was the only southern team to reach semi-finals. DEBATORS Left to right: Gerald Sohn, Larry H Sessums, Dick Pettigre At the Southern Speech Associatic at Birmingham, Florida's newest honors in the women's division c college divisions. Sohn, Sessums were among the top ten UC debat 'VVO1VIEN'S GLEE CLUB ..,.............Emily Gunn Vice-President ,..,...,... ..v.... M ildred Lunsford President .,,.......... ' Secretary .........,............. ........ I anette Iones ' Business Manager ,,.,,,,,. ..............,... F aye Millar Auditor ,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,.,,.,,, .,..............., S hirley Thomas Program Manager .......... .....,.... D orcus Pickinpaugh Rccompqnigt ,,,,,,,,.,.,, .,,......,..... L ouise Eltron The year 1947 first saw the beginnings of a women's glee club on the Florida campus. The first Women's Glee Club was organized under the direction of student director Tommy Faye and in its second year of growth, was given a faculty director, Mr. Delbert Sterrett. In lust one year since getting their charter from the University in the Spring of 1949, the group has grown to its present membership of 48 Florida coeds. A system of merit awards has been set up in the Organization by the Club's own student officers. These awards are DIRECTQR DELBER-T STERRETT bestowed upon those who have served with the group for three con- secutive semesters and who meet the qualifications outlined by their by-laws. A regular concert schedule includes appearances at other Schools as well as the annual formal concert at the Florida campus. fsee page 85.2 Left to right, first row: Beatrice Long, Carol Solomon, Charlotte Laqasse, Dorothy A. Klein, Shirley Cadle, Dorothy Wilson, Polly Anna Haynes, Mary HUl'1COCk, Patricia Stanley. Second row: leanette Willis, Helen Bell, Betty Jean Lovett, Marqaret Cail, Clarice Kirkland, Violet Sinqletary, Faye Millar, IOYCe Ross, Rose Crews, Marion Whyte. Third row: Helen Lucas, Esther Spencer, Mary lane Emiq, Ianette Iones, Dorcas Pickinpauqh, Carolyn D. Frazer, Mildred Langford, Mary Bauqhman, Patricia Sharp, Rebecca Simpson. Fourth row: Pattie Bowers, Priscilla Hampton, Clare Sinqletary, Carolyn Corrick, Idell Landrum, Miriam Tatom, Ianice Cooke, Nelle Ariail, Katheryn Hageman, Shirley Thomas, Ioan Gerson, Sue Cochran. Accompanist Louise Effron Ufld Director Sterrett. . KI . LN , g 5: . t L A V .."' f my slr X " M I n Y K 'f 'E ' h ,W , A uv ' I ' ' sv Q L L r' f " v i .5 alexa: H Ni f 'F F .f ' Q ' " at . I. b .4 - t . 1 V - Q K X, lj. . ,Q . - "' ' 1 ' ' 3. 1 4 .. I , JV 8 I I .c M Q . ki - -V A ' I X! ,fx F I we ,- 1950 heralded a silver anniversary for the silver- toned warblers of the University Men's Glee Club. Organized in 1925 by lose S. Bueno, an instructor in the department of Spanish, the Glee Club baton soon passed to the hands of Professor Iohn De Bruyn, who led and inspired the group until 1948. On the podium these days you will find Professor Ioseph Lupkiewicz, who is leading the club as a vital part of the newly organized Division of Music. Formerly located in two small rooms in the Auditorium, the club now holds forth in modern quarters in remodeled Building R. If you don't find them there practicing, chances are that they are on the road spreading the good Word to citizens of the state. Their 1950 itinerary included eleven cities ranging from Jacksonville to Key West. The high spot of their campus performances was an appearance in concert with Iames Melton, Metro- politan Opera singer and noted Florida alumnus, in February. Other shows for students included the Annual Concert in April, a serenade to "Veep" Alben W. Barkley at the Homecoming Blue Key banquet, the campus Christmas Party, and the Goethe Bicentennial Concert. MR. IOSEPH LUPKIEWICZ, DIRECTOR Now on the podium GLEE CLUB G MR. "L" IN RBHEARSAL A vital part of the Music Division OFFICERS President .......... Raymond Daniel lst Vice President ...,. Melvin Sweat 2nd Vice President .... I-larry Gaines 3rd Vice President ........ Billy King Business Manager. . .Kendrick Major Secretary ........ Duane Shoemaker Auditor ..,,..,.,...,... Iohn Gugel Publicity Manager ..., Frank Hurley ONE O 1VIEN'S GLEE CLUB F MANY PRACTICE SESSIONS FOR PERFECTION Mailztalfnifng luigh, stanrlards of former years THE AMBASSADORS AND IAMES MELTON IN CONCERT A high spot in 1950 campus performances A JS 5.-,X M axx f. ,. . A uf" .. Q i PEP CLUB A really going concern, the Gator Pep Club this Spring was host to a Pep Club convention attracting sixty- five delegates from nineteen southern states. For its second football season, the Pep Club card displays provided school color and spirit. A new public address system and sound truck, ob- tained through the efforts of the Pep Club, completes the apparatus which produces more PEP than Kellogg. I I . " H1559 A I A , ' A ' ' ' . J 2? I i TL.. MI. OFFICERS Dan'l Boone-President Charlie Pruitt-Vice President Betty Chisholm-Secretary Bill Russ-Treasurer A 1 in r V I ' W , , ' K' A ' ' ' . i . . . 51. 1, . . . fs, s , 'vw-wi 'M a- H . 3 1 , .4 -5: i ' GX 9 ' Vg ' ij? iff!! il 5 I 4 .A .. Sta., . ws f--, U ,V 1 1 MEMBERS Iohn Adair Nita Nell Bohannon Burt Brodt Bill Burkman Paul Correa Al Debow Arturo deLemos Molly Duke Pat Enzor Iim Fisher Bill France Rhoda Halzband Pat Hart Delia Iohnson Mary Holt Iohnson Louie Ioseph Andrey Kirkpatrick Iean Kurz George LaBlanc Rudy McCollough Pam Miller , . ' 5 , ' 1 -j W' ,t ,V 'iw ' .. . . vga -.., ,...,, , 11' V , x,' ' I xvQrggfg'l.4Q ' ' ' ' al., V ' George Morrison Beth Ratcliffe Ioe Reynolds Norman Rossman Charlie Rowe Shirley Rudler Lorrie Sapp Angie Scaglione Cecile Schweble Nate Sharwin Ivan Smith Dick White Iules Whitman Elizabeth Williams NEW CHEERLEADERS AND ALTERNATES Left to right, front row: Bunny Ianata, Ioyce McCleran, Ioyce Van Bussum, Ginger Earnest, Connie Bryan, Muriel lones, Betty lean White. Back row: Sanford Freed, Harry Mahon, Ed Weldon, Charlie Pruitt, Bill Housand, Bob Huffman, Dayton Logue, Iimmy Foster, Fred Davies. F LORlDA'S CHEERLEADERS Left to right: Dayton Logue, Muriel lones, Bill Rutledge, Ginger Earnest, Iimmy Foster, Gail Henderson, Tom Allen, Fred Davies. Cheerleaders are some of the hardest work- ing and individually best known people here, are active in many other activities. Head cheerleader Bill Rutledge is senior class president and member of Florida Blue Key. Winkie Saunders is a three year rooter and member of Trianon. Lee Robin- son, expert coed tumbler, is an exec coun- cil member. The Lyceum Council and cheerleaders both claim affable Dayton Logue. Not to be outdone, Muriel Iones wields the gavel in W S A and is active in her sorority, Chi Omega. Tom Allen is the lad who can flip down 30 yards or so of sidelines. Palatka's lean Stafford is an active intramural participant. Ex-sailor Iimmy Foster sings with the glee club. Sparkling Ginger Earnest is Tri-Delt veep. ln his spare time, Fred Davies manages student help in the Campus Club. CHEERLEADERS27 A. L. ALBERTY ERWIN FLEET F. M. LORENZO W. I-I. POOLE, IR. R. B. BERGQUIST M. D. GERBER R. D. MCDOUGAL SAM RIDOUT I OFFICERS PRESIDENT .,..........,................................................. BILL TURNER VICE PRESIDENT .,,......................................... BUD MCDOUGAL SECRETARY ...................... .....,...... B OB GRUETZMACHER TREASURER ........................... .................... I OHN HANSKBT SERGEANT-AT-ARMS .....,..... .,...,,........... C LII-'F SUTTON SERGEANT-AT-ARMS ........... ............ F RANK DEMPSEY T. W. BISHOP I. S. BORLING . I. GODWIN R. I. GRUETZMACHER . F. MARTIN I. F. MARTIN - . S. SEGAL W. A. SHEPPARD W. V. D. BRACKEN T. F. BROWN I. E. I-IANSKAT W. L. HICKS FRED MONTSDEOCA R. D. OLIVE C. L. SUTTON H. G. TANZLEH Qs! Lettermen at the University of Florida become members of the F Club upon initiation in rites held during Florida's great Homecoming each year. The rites are riots to all who witness their antics. An assortment of curiously-clad F Clubbers spiced the weekend throughout the parade, Gator Growl and game. All witnessed the hilarious clowning of 'the neophytes. At the conclusion of initiation, mem- bership had swollen to 91. Each year's activities are climaxed with the initiation and with the tra- F CLUB ditional F Club dance after the Homecoming game. This year, Vic Lombardo's orchestra was engaged to play for the more than 3000 couples flocking to the big gym floor. Lovely Nada Yankie, newly chosen F Club Sweetheart, presided over the week- end festivities and over all of the F Club activities for the year CSee page 505. Faculty advisors to the organization are, Professor I-I. P. Constans, Pro- fessor Frazier Rogers, and Dr. Iohn M. Maclachlan. W- M. COSPER BILL COLE I. I-I. COMEY I. F. DEMPSEY R- D- HORVATH MARCELINO I-IUERTA F. L. IOHNSON I. W. KYNES R- H. PACE I. A. PANDAK S. I. PEEK G. A. PHILLIPS F- A- TEED A. W. WAGNER ANGUS WILLIAMS I. S. 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M L "ex.,,I3ff YQ., i 4 v z cw. ,ww fn-ml PRINCESS 00NNlE BRYAN RIDING IIN THIS 971124, Hg, jab: PRINCESS Fl0 ELLII CREWS I ., Q Il 1 fx .... If' N. mf is ,N , UI. A Mx? 1' X- V ,, walk , J :"'1'x! -will -1A. ' 'lk ,.f I 5' ' Av' ,,Q. 1 lul ' v M, " f" vw +44-1. gulf X . Q .va 1 1 J? . 5'-" . 1-1. al , 4 n . . .5 1 N' v1 ' , A , f Xa ' 4 ,. ,v jau, PRINCESS MURIEL IONES 136 m A R' v 'ht 'Wx TDP , .V s 4- n '.,. ,fm - , .., -1 ZZ R". ., . , A ,A ' flu' " Fl ,n 1 1 ulffjqfg, I . R ., ..,,Aa My., ,,, A H 4, Af-mseww fl-,. ' st -,K .J1z.S.,.::E: JL ,!.:,. .. A4 lui Omega, PRINCESS CHARLOTTE BAKER f'f7:: f ff if ,I K ff' PRINCESS POLLY ,P ...rf Q7 '7 Ng ,J - , ' ,fi ,, ff '1 ,ff ' , .:t' fl fl 1 ' 41N KU- N-5 . I, ,rr , f ' f If X. ff V I muon Jw gmym WL WHL :HQ- Af-5' PRINCESS NITA NELL BOHANNON QUEEN PAT HART... A c T7 ' Q ' A , 1 ' u Sponsored by lul 5 malta. It was that warm afternoon of the Spring Frolics Music- makers Matinee. Thirty-three of the university's lovliest coeds were "sweating it out" as they paced their step to I-larry lames' "Tea For Two" on the stage of Florida Gym. And well they should be, for three connoisseurs of beauty, who had spent the preceding hour observing them after a personal introduction to each candidate, were about to make their final decision. The task of choosing Florida's queen rested in the hands of Harry Iames, husband of Betty, Fletcher Martin, renowned artist, and Morris Monts De Oca, State Advertising Commission Chief Photographer. Thirty minutes later, six thousand students and their dates cheered as President Miller proclaimed Pat Hart as our first Miss University of Florida. A dream finally had been realized. A dream that had to await the year 1950 until coeds were enrolled in suffi- cient number for a true campus queen to be crowned. Florida was at last a full-fledged coed institution. The judges did an admirable job in their choice of the girl who is to reign over all campus-wide activities until the spring of 1951. Twenty year old Pat is a "cracker-born" girl who hails from Daytona Beach. A deep Daytona tan nicely compliments her lovely brunette curls. You can often catch the third year interior design major in a T-shirt and a scarred pair of dungarees, painting some still phase of campus color. As Queen, Pat has a big year ahead of her. However, her Zeta Tau Alpha sisters will see to it that those pretty feet are kept planted on terra firma. Long live the Queen! 6592 Z""N mm awww, nl Jzwua A! ff! .A f F l- 5-0 'S D f If Wu, I N-gi Q f V, J .1 ,I F pf" F 'Q Vg' 1 W Xfql QSQ5 fl 114, .Jim U .- rv-is FOP PROFFSSOR ROGERS, COACH BOB WOODRUFF, PROFESSOR H. P. CONSTANS BOITOM IRED MONTSDEOCA, JOHN MARTIN, BILL TURNER, JOHN HANSKAT, JIMMY KYNES. ATHLETIC COU CIL What the Lyceum Council is to student entertainment, the Athletic Council is to intercollegiate athletics. Led by President Bill Turner, the council promotes intercol- legiate athletics between the University of Florida and other schools. The Athletic Council appoints student managers for the various sports and passes on the prized orange "F's" which are awarded to students who have been recommended by the coaches. The council repre- sents the student body in all matters athletic in which the students are concerned. Five student members are elected annually in student elections, two faculty members are appointed by the uni- versity president, and the Director of Athletics is auto- matically a member. Former Athletic Director Ray Wolf was the third faculty member until his resignation here in Ianuary. He was replaced by the new Director of Athletics and Head Coach, Bob Woodruff. INTERCOLLEGIATE SPDRTS GU!-Xl. .f FOOTB LL .4-.N I ' 4 'J Q' v F in , Fir in i if R' L f if . .,.. 32 M - V A " .F ' .fl -. ...... - A L RAYMOND 'LBEARH WOLF HEAD COACH AND ATHLETIC DIRECTOR Back in the spring of 1946 a stocky, affablc gentleman donned his cap and cleats and walked out on the gridiron. That man was Raymond "Bear" Wolf, who had arrived here to begin spring practice and a short but turbulent career. He had a fine football background. The "Bear" first picked up a pigskin as a kid in Chicago, but moved to the southwest to learn his football. He went to Texas Christian University where he won an all-southwest berth at guard while playing under the great Matty Bell, present Southern Methodist mentor. "Bear" Wolf remained at T. C. U. for eight years as an assistant coach before assuming head eoach's duties at North Carolina in 1936. After coaching Navy Pre-flight and air station teams during the war, he accepted the Florida coaching job. That spring he pieced together a squad that was to remain almost entirely intact for the next three years. Although that team hit the win column only three times in '46, it broke a fourteen-game losing streak with the now-famous upset over North Carolina State, and hopes ran high. Fans said that next year things would be brighter, and in their final year the Gators would rank among the great. Perhaps Wolf himself dreamed of de- veloping a conference champion after the boys had mel- lowed for two years. But such was not to be the case. ln '48 the Gators improved, and split the schedule with five wins. Some had hoped for more, but pointed to next year. ln '49 the Gators opened against the Citadel, and the hig season was at hand. Florida looked slow in taking the Citadel, and a disappointed crowd left the stands after the final whistle. Their disappointments were to multiply. Florida won only four games during the season, and only the Georgia game saved the year from being a com- plete foilure to Gator fans. An anti-Wolf movement, squelched by student senti- ment in 1948, grew to proportions as the 1949 season progressed. The feeling reached a climax at the season's end, when Ray Wolf and his staff resigned and walked off Florida Field for the last time. That total blame can be laid to Wolf is doubtful. Some say he lacked sufficient alumni and financial support, and it is true that he did not have the power given the present staff. Some say that he did not have a free hand in operations. Some blamed the team's failure on the team. claiming poor line play, or intimating a lineman-backfield feud. Reasons offered were many, and possibly there was some truth in all of them. Hut in spite of all the wrath turned upon Wolf during his final days at Florida by a disappointed student body and alumni, one thing stood out. Those who knew him personally, and knew him best, were the players who suffered the bitter gridiron defeats with him. And as the curtain fell on another era in Florida football history. those who, it would seem, were most qualified to declaim him, instead praised him as one of the finest men asso- ciated with the game. -09" LINE COACH TED TWOMEY Student of the master, Knute Rockne BACKFIELD COACH STERLING DUPREE A fine fullback in his own right CO CI-IES Back of Coach Wolf's football set-up was the staff, which worked closely with the players, tutoring them, encouraging and prodding them, and nursing their injuries. Line coach TED TWOMEY played his college football at Notre Dame under the acknowledged master of coaching, Knule Rockne. He was a member of the 1929 undefeated national champions, and was named to several All-American teams. After leaving Notre Dame, Twomey coached at Georgia, Texas, Ken- tucky, and South Carolina before entering the Navy in 1942. After his discharge he joined the Florida staff in 1946. Backfield coach STERLING DUPREE was the regular full- back on Auburn's undefeated 1932 gridiron team. As such, he was named to the Coaeh's-Officia1's All-SEC team following the successful season. After graduation Dupree served as Auburn's backfield coach for three years. The Auburn flash then went to South Carolina to serve three years as backfield coach and track coach. Following a tenure of service, the Bulge veteran returned to South Carolina for the 1946-47 seasons before join- ing the Gator staff in 1948. End coach PERRON SHOEMAKER was an all-around athlete in high school in Texas and carried his prowess to the University of Alabama where he graduated in 1939 with nine varsity letters, being voted 'Bama's best all-around athlete. His first job was at Chattanooga as end coach and basketball coach before enter- ing the service. He returned to Chattanooga for a year before moving to lrlaho for two seasons. Shoemaker took over Florida's ends in 1949. Reserve coach SAM McALLlSTER did his collegiate cavort- ing at St. Mary's and St. Viator's colleges and upon his gradua- tion from St. Viator's became head coach of football, basket- ball, and baseball for a four year period. McAllister joined the Auburn staff for a year, then moved to Georgia as line coach in 1935. He came to Florida in 1936 as line tutor and varsity basketball and baseball coach until he entered the Navy in 1942. Following his discharge in 1945, he returned to the Gator staff. Besides his duties as football reserve coach and head basketball coach, he serves as Florida's chief scout, a field in which he is noted far and wide. A I lnconspicuous but indispensable is Florida's trainer, DON Gll.L. Gill is the man who keeps the Gator athletes on their feet when injuries and bruises make the going a little rough in the heated games. Don, who uses about 3558.00 of tape a week to keep the Gators going, is a graduate of Santa Barbara College in California, where he first performed trainer's duties. Gill says that about ninety percent of the aches and pains which the players complain about are purely psychological and that only ten percent are actual. The job in football which gets less glory than any other is that of varsity manager. But a football team must have equip- ment and the man who sees that the team gets it is head manager JIMMY COCHRAN. The energetic manager hails from Punta Gorda where he lettered in football, swimming, and track while in high school. ,lim went out for football here but an injury halted his career. Still, ,lim has accomplished something which most Gator students are not able to do. He is one of seventeen boys at Florida who have passed the rugged fifteen events necessary for membership in the national honorary athletic society, Sigma Delta Psi. S0 while .lim wasn't able to perform on the gridiron, he is still an intricate part: of the athletic pro- gram here. 147 if fv- I Big Iolmf Natyslmlc lowers the boom. Mailman Criffi nf ' Don, lirouvz spears Tl! pass as l,ltlfllSIIHllI prays. JOHN COX - HB FRANK l,0lilEINZO W- G BOB HORVATH - G BOB CRUE'l'ZMACl llili - OB Gainesville Tampa Cleveland, Uhio Tzlmpan QW' T , 1' X Q I ll L' z '51 f f-+5 ,,. ff fl l ,W B M, ,'4'H 4 v x 1 1 ...ff Jo- . . ' r ' V U, 7 1 J , 01 f A I I K I' ' A ' i' ' Nl' ' 5 aws e ll blk: ll . ' If Ol ,A fr . 4 , Zola 1 . ' 1 ' M23 fl ,J .l 'f 1 0 oog 5 1 f .4 4 .1 uh' ' I odor! l I lj n V ll flelivars Cimflffl punt 57 yards max 4... A ninth LOREN BROADUS - HB Jacksonville I . u. N' '3- . 1 y- nr- ,wv 3 , 1' ' P A rg X r A it-Q lr my if' As. HAL GRIFFIN Tampa vi 1 , x J Chuck Hunsinger torpedoes Cadets for I0 yards Hunsinger scares despite determined Cadet Jbhfdd. 73 Jim we 0 2. -4 f... 4....,-....,,,,,, Strange things happen in Gainesville at night. This night game was no exception. An innocent Bulldog attempted to drop Hunsinger and succeeded only in dropping the seat of his blue britches. Chuck re- tired to the sidelines for a rabies shot and a new pair of togs. Having his pants down got his dander up, and he returned to the game to push over the first touchdown of the season. Broadus topped it with a forty-five yard punt return, and the Gators were ready to settle down to a season of football. M... 1-lg . li itll 33101444 40 Ejulaa, 7 J - Touchdowns seemed to grow on trees 'way out in the Indian Nation, as the Gators showed Tulsa that they were used to handling Hurricanes, Golden or otherwise. l-lunsinger Went diagonal-stripe dizzy and punched into the end zone three times for a fair day. The safety team, Broadus and Griffin, put on a dazzling show, each returning a punt for pay. And while long Iim French hauled in a 27 yard end zone pass from Angus Williams, Iimmy Kynes elected himself S.E.C. lineman of the week with his great peerless perform- ance. dubwufz. 74 While the Gators were journeying to Mobile, a strug- gling Alligator columnist, who hadn't made a good prediction to date, was insuring himself by saying that either the Gators or their opponents would win this one. The columnist continued to bat .OOO as Auburn and Florida scrambled to a 14-14 tie in the Gators' first conference game of the season. Tidwell played like the Tidwell of old, as ptomaine germs tackled seven Gator regulars. And while the favored Orange and Blue was still in the undefeated column, a two-game winning streak was short lived. 149 1 1'-4 i ' ' A 5,13 yn, K V 1,-.. , , , , - ' ' , u ! i ,Q igm9mihF'rQl'C' 'li , 7 . ,V ' ,-1 P - i , ' X H f, Q25 ,M v , . .4 4 ' i 4 i . -4, , , i h fr---g -, 1 if .':L", 4, . 4 . 'f -1 - - 1 , 'A . , . 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W, L iz M 1 " L I f" A JAIVIES FRENCH - VIC CIQIFF SUTTON - C IVIARCEIJNA l'IUl2li'l'A - G ANGUS WILLIAIVIS - QB Perry Plant City Trunpa ' Tiunpu . .l Hulzsinger goes all the wa f ' I" ,,,,f y 061111151 lH'IIl an P4 N 4 . . Hx ' Williams gallops to paydirt through gaping hole in Tech line W- N50 .. ' az," - gf. 4 - , t .... .-as "W .,5,...-.M ,, 1, ., - -.2 . 'NF' V-if W lt. .' . . , 'w:.4'f.---.-l, . ..'w't'?'-Pi'-1. Cox sets sail for long gain thru COIIlIIlOd0l'6S, secondary 'Yvvgkw ,,..Ai 4-.4.,' ,.. , ,. I ..,.. . . A Winning TD scored against Purple Hurricanes a la Humllinger RUSSELL GODWIN - FB MYRON GERBER - FB Hastings Arlington, Virginia F 'N 5'5- 4 glint I 4 1 H ' V , . grown 2 ummm Z2 Little Loren Broadus' hometown folks will not soon cease talking about the running exhibition put on by the fleet half back in filling Hunsinger's shoes, nor the twenty-three yard field goal booted by "Auto- matic" Laz Lewis that tipped the cross-bar and top- pled over to give Florida a momentary last-minute lead. But while Chuck and Fal Iohnson nursed injuries, Vandy's Herb Rich added six more points to the score, and the game was theirs. Still, for his peerless coach- ing, "Bear" Wolf was voted SEC Coach of the Week. -,..,L, , "" ,M 2 ,920 ' jnch, 43 2.- Still smarting from the sting of last year's defeat at the hands of Tech's Yellow Iackets, the Gators got another dose of the same before the '49 Homecoming crowd, as Florida's nemesis, Bobby Dodd, did it again. Nevertheless, the game was not Without its electrifying moments. Fans still recall Angus Williams' great quarterback sneak, and the Hunsinger versus Iordan play, where the little Iacket halfback was all that stood between Chuck and paydirt. The crowd roared loud and long for Iordan's fighting spirit-and Hun- singer's touchdown. Jim 23 272 ll? zu-i"", , """:'.Tgf.T,,-gf-v-i..E:-V . '- ..."'-.... 'vw , .-LLL,-74, -f Mb-, . Laz Lewis, the lad from Quincy who has been the difference between win or lose in more than one close game, teamed with mates Sutton, Kynes, French, Hun- singer, and Gardiner to put a one-point end to Fur- man's bid for victory. And what Furman gained in prestige, the football dopsters lost, for the pre-game margin was calculated at four touchdowns. The Gators tallied their four, with Williams and Godwin lending a hot hand to the proceedings, but someone forgot to figure on Furman's four scoring thrusts. One Hurricane conversion attempt failed, and it was all over but the shouting. .4 151 ,NT My x h 1 ' . L ' at Jw M Ya, . ' 3 "gg-C,i:y,5g. 1:4-,ily Q.N:'x'P'- ,Q '-U"2M4f 'W , X 1 w -f A ' -I ' xii' 4gL..?,, U . 1 . 5-A,fQSa'fit1-l',l:Q Q - ' 41 ,wMdg+,Ab.,5. 4... - W .1 XL1 --1 q4 i. M ' W-f V -1- , 'sgmn M x -1- - W X55-sp... 3 N. 43 3 1 A A 'iw' X I W 1- xv ki: aw . ' Y ' ' ' n D wk' .J 'O . L . .. ,, f 4 . bf, 1' ' . ' V rf 1 ' V,- ' I x ,xt .VW .v wi f F ju' , M ' .1 4' - f ,, 4010 M' 'W' M, ,J ALEX GARDINER - HB FAL JOHNSON - E lVlcDonalcl, Ohio Gainesville Hunsinger sprints for 19 yards as Crimson Tide rolls in jlnxubla, 0 11, 35 In Kentucky, home of bourbon whiskey, they raise horses and football players on the same farms. That's how such big names and big boys as Gain, Ulinski, Phelps, Parilli, et al., got that way. And so it was that the luckless Gators toted the tail-end of a lop- sided score back to Gainesville. Determined to make housecats out of wildcats, the Gators tried stunt and double-stunt on the bluegrass gridiron, but failed to rub Kaintuck's nose in the turf. "Bear" Bryant was in them thar hills, and he was thar to stay. jlofrida, 73 ' ' 28 The Gators growled loudly and then bowed out to Andy Gustafson's gusty Hurricanes, while fifty-six thousand Orange Bowl fans cursed the cold. Hun- singer was accredited with the two Florida touch- downs. The big blow started gathering momentum way back last year before a howling Gainesville Homecoming crowd, when a wound-up Gator team decisively put it to the then moaning Miamians. Whereupon Coach Gustafson shook his fist mightily and muttered something about "next year." For the avenging Hurricanes, next year has come and gone. Our ball now Mr. Gustafson. RELIABLE LAZ LEWIS - QB . S Quincy tdlabama, 35 The Gators played the last game of the season with Thanksgiving. While most students were home on vacation picking over what was left of the turkey, Alabama was doing a little picking over in her own right, as Coach Red DreW's Crimson Tide ran ram- pant on the Gator gridiron. For the Gators, pent-up Eldridge Beach was unleashed against 'Bama and turned in a spectacular performance, ending Florida's scoring season with a T.D., and sharing honors with Buggo Griffin, who wound up his career with a pay- dirt drive. 153 we " mf ww-'-"' It was a long time between drinks, but the men in Orange and Blue ended a nine-year thirst by dousing Wally Butts and his Bulldogs 28 to 'Y before 27,000 fans at the Gator Bowl in Iacksonville. The inspired Gators played the Bulldogs off their feet for sixty delirious minutes, during which time each Florida gridder gave his greatest performance of the season. Lineman Bishop, Iohnson, Dempsey, Sutton, l-luerta, Brown, and Turner performed brilliantly in the van which wrecked the Bulldog attack. Captain Kynes was runner-up for the nation's top lineman of the week for his work. SEC back of the week went to Chuck Hunsinger for his part in the Gator Bowl battle. The nation's sports writers also noted his sterling performance in their All-America records. A wave of happy hysteria swept Iacksonville following the game. Vic- tory celebrations were evident everywhere. An almost forgotten tradition was given new life when Freshmen doffed their rat caps for the last time as a result of the Florida win. The Gators had given Florida one of the finest exhibitions of competitive football in university history. Scoring began early in the first period when the hungry Gators ate up the Georgia defense in two plays. On the second play, behind a Bill Turner block, I-lunsinger raced from Georgia's 21 into the end zone. Laz converted. Following a Georgia score which proved to be their last, Hunsinger reeled off 22 yards behind crashing, resounding Gator blocks, setting up a Williams quarterback sneak for a score. Laz converted. Broadus and and Griffin combined for 51 yards on two plays, and with 26 seconds left in the half, Hunsinger scored. Laz converted. Half- time score, 21 to 7. The second half failed to bring relief for Georgia. Hunsinger started the final scoring attack with a 41 yard dash up the field. Griffin added 8 through the line. Chuck carried for 24 on an end sweep. Godwin ac- counted for 7 up the middle. Griffin carried to the one. On the next play, Hunsinger smashed through for the score. Laz converted. Thus ended the game, 28 to 7. lt was a long time between drinks, but the Gators deserved one. lluerm and lxynrts annoy Bulldogs, as HIOIUIL carries CAPTAIN JIMMY KYNIQS - C lVl.nlann.1 C0-CA PTAIN TOMMY BISHOP - E Jacksonville Although Florida's four won-five lost-one tied record was a disap- pointment to most Gator fans, there were some individual performances and respectable statistics to which the team could point with pride. The Gators produced a champion in FRED MONTSDEOCA. whose ready toe gave him a 41.6 yard average for 62 kicks and the SEC punt title. lron-man HAI. GRIFFIN played his 39th consecutive game, ending his career against 'Bama and never missing a game since 1946. LAZ LEWIS' great place kicks accounted for 24 points-21 points after touchdowns and the Vandy game field goal. Team Captain IIMMY KYNES was given SEC honorable mention, and was tapped by Florida Blue Key for his outstanding gridiron leadership. HG played in the annual Blue-Gray game in Montgomery, and in the Senior Bowl game in Iacksonville. Review Florida Florida .......... Florida ........,. Florida .......... Florida .....,..,. Florida .......... Florida .,..,.,... Florida .......... Florida .......... Florida ..,....... O ,I he, Hunsinger bong . wotws av zwp NewNAN Vfgjghm I music sv emu. cnumv ' HuN-snNe-ersA'HuN-DING-et: NOT ' Q A A I iijwufgwes- A aum s-Nc-ea sur IVJ fl' tp- ffp-ft. pig - . EY - EQ WILL HE LIN - GER IN , I H' It ers mseoous is MUN gms - en I tl.. I . r I , , if RAM - MING A BALL ' NO CAM? ' US FLIRT T' ' I 1 , I if L.: Lara ' ft. rmzu rm: EN - E -MVS - ' it BUT AN END HE CAN 'F N Citadel .,.... 0 J' I J 7 3 C' ll ,. 'A I Tulsa ---- 7 P I menus ,U I I Auburn .............. 14 Wiyg J. TTT I .ljj 3 BI' Q' Vanderbilt ""'A"" 22 NO PLAYER is rorz-mo-en THAN , Georgia Tech .... 43 I . , . , ,f . "V DILUVI' ' F man .............. 27 ' X Gllrqiq H Qblv. 7 'rms LAD. FROM FLOR-t'DA ' - Kentucky ........,,.. 35 2 J I I I' I 5 Miumi -------- ----4-- 2 9 HUN - sms- en me Hum-omo-an vou Al b ............ 35 . ' A ' . a ama I D D I OUGHT T0 SEE HIM GO! ' ' CHUCK HUNSINGER paced the scoring with 12 touchdowns for 72 points, and ran up a net gain total of 774 yards. Statistics offer sound testimony to HUNSlNGER'S greatness. CHUCK bore the burden of the opposition's defense. He played in the post-season Senior Bowl game and in the annual College All-Star game. He has since signed with the Chicago Bears, teaming up with Sid Luckman and Iohnny Lujack. Following the season, Head Coach RAY WOLF and his staff resigned. Shortly thereafter, BOB WOODRUFF resigned at Baylor and accepted a tempting seven year contract here. And as we enter the '50 season, all eyes are on WOODRUFF and his Gators, with the hope that eventually they will be the answer to Floricla's age-old hunt for a winning team- winning coach combination. lst ROW, l. to r., Hal Griffin, Russ Godwin, Billy Parker, Iimmy Kynes tcapt.i, Tommy Bishop tco-capt.l, Vic Vaccaro, Chuck Hunsinger, Iohn Cox. 2nd ROW. Carroll McDonald, Claude David, Bill Mitchum, lim French, Bubba McGowan, Herman Bunton, Myron Gerber, Harold I-lazlewood. 3rd HOW. Scotty Peek, Leroy Poucher, Iohn Martin, Fred Rozelle, Don Brown, Hanford Knowles, Iim Smith, Marcelina Huerta, Cliff Sutton, Bob Gruetzmacher. 4th ROW, Ioe Bostic, Cliff Freeman, Alex Gardiner, Carl Carnero, lohn Patsy, Dan Hunter, Iim Yancey, Pat Driggers, Dick Lashley, Bob Horvath. 5th ROW, Robert Mohler, Charlie Lapradd, Paul Wheely, Corlis Carver, Iames Iackson, Aaron Brown, Sam Cole, Ellis Hunt, Denny Herndon, Frank Lorenzo. Sth ROW, Angus Williams, Loren Broadus, Bob Horton, Fred Montsdeoca, Fal lohnson, Bob Hewlett, Tom Sebring, Frank Dempsey. lohn Natyshak. 5 Vai..---...,M i OL ' Kiss 9 0 U I . '- DQ? X596 Vu 'r'E"1'.'l N , MWQQ. , e .. nm. W N, , 3 '4p1 Y ' M :AQ Q 'JA I Es ' " N Q W V 4: :Aw-i"'Q X . x , Q 3 3 1 . 'I ojjhnxys "3 , , 'N 1 ' ,L ,. lad! .A - ' X 4 3 S G53 0 gb rf Qi 1 Weller's step-ladder approach as the Gators downed Auburn After drubbing Florida Southern on the road in their first game, the Gator five came back to Gainesville to meet Mississippi State in the Florida Gym inaugural. And with the roar of the crowd still ringing in their ears following the first long, looping swisher, the Gators rolled on, taking that game, and shortly thereafter smash- ing Miami's hapless Hurricanes. But McAllister's ma- chine soon bogged down, and the Gators were to go practically void of glory until the season's end. Smiling Sam's sophomore-laden squad went on to drop twelve of the next fourteen games, defeating only Stetson and Georgia, conquerors of Kentucky, during the agonizing losing spree. When a team hits bottom, there is only one way to go. So the weary Gators picked themselves up and came crashing back into the limelight, winning their final four regular season games. Victory was sweet in that short Winning streak. Miami, Auburn, and Tam- pa felt the heat of Florida's wrath in quick succession. Georgia Tech, traditionally a thorn in Florida's side, bowed low to the vengeful Gators in the final game, as the conference breathed a sigh of relief that the vic- tory parade had not begun sooner. When the smoke cleared, l:'lorida's pay-off boys, Iulian Miller and Hans Taenzler, came out with All-SEC honors. HENRY CORNELL DICK WELLER .. TED .IAYCOCK CHONNIIC IVIEYERS BOB l'I'I'I'I2liSON I . W:-N- --- -- Vw- Y r - l A wi ! X. .5 'JN H 1 1 4 4,11 ., 3 .S ISD JOHNSTON JULIAN Mll,I.lCR ' 48-48, 3 minutes left - 'Bama scramblcll, scorcrl mul won M c 4 ' v. . A. w..,u,m' ' 'il- ., X 'f I T54 A- w 1 'KIIQ S I-IANS TAENZLER Hank held light against The Hurricanes Camplacll zvatclms as FIUIIILH .sznlc one or two FLORIDA FLORIDA FLORIDA FLORIDA FLORIDA FLORIDA FLORIDA FLORIDA FLORIDA FLORIDA FLORIDA FLORIDA SEASON SCOREBOARD . . 49 FLORIDA SOUTHERN. . . FLORIDA . . 63 MISSISSIPPI STATE . FLORIDA .. 60 MIAMI ............ FLORIDA .. 50 TULANE .............. FLORIDA .. 49 LOUISIANA STATE .... FLORIDA . 48 ALABAMA ............ FLORIDA . 46 OLE MISS .... .... F LORIDA .. 64 STETSON .. FLORIDA .. 46 AUBURN .. ... FLORIDA . 50 TAMPA .... .. FLORIDA . . 54 GEORGIA .... . . FLORIDA . 48 GEORGIA .... . . 57 i D I 1 1 5 75 . V -Tj 1 I .HAROLD SGHULMAN STEVE POWELL TENNESSLL VANDERBILI FLORIDA SOUTHI RN GEORGIA TFLH GEORGIA STETSON MIAMI . A UBU RN TA MPA . czmomsm IILH LOUISIANA sum qslsc '1'0U11NLY5 HAROLD BER l YOUR 1950 BASKETBA Top row: fix? V lk" Second row: ull lf? ' 4,9 If ll it qx v Bottom row: LL TEAM Sam McAllister, Coach. Harold Bert, Forward. Ed Iohnston, Center. Bill Edward, Center. Hans Taenzler, Center. Harry Mance, Forward. Frank Guthrie Center. Steve Powell, Forward. Ed McLain, Manager. Ted Iaycox, Guard. Henry Cornell, Forward. Iulian Miller, Guard. Bill Godwin, Forward. Hugh McClure, Guard. Iohn Fernandez, Forward Frank Harry, Guard. Matty Nestler, Guard. Bob Peterson, Forward. Harold Schulman, Forward Dick Weller, Guard. Chonnie Meyers, Guard Lou Garcia, Guard. gil D f ,f A CAPTAIN FRED MONTSDEOCA COACH DAVE FULLER 1 Garcia poles one-an infected finger later benched him 7.9 .. -- . 1 I lfw" X . Q . I r m iqrl in . Y "Wu 1 1. , ' . my W-new rv. ,'.-1 'KWH 4 hi, wr -. .Jw-fr-w Nffm, " 'g, . A 'M 161 l tUl:,'Ui ,n., li' FRED MONTSDEOCA JACK GAINES RAY POOLE MARVIN BRYCE MANUEL AIVIOR They delivered . . . Poole signals, Bulldog bites-the dust . . . they received Florida fielded the best baseball team this year since FDR. first took office. The Gators took the first ten games in a breeze, without a loss, and went on to compile a twenty to nine record. Not since 1933 has Gator base- ball seen such success. An infected finger kept shortstop Lou Garcia out of the lineup at the end of the season, and the Gator squad dropped the last three games and a western division SEC championship. However, Coach Dave Ful1er's boys took a second place behind Alabama. ... 21. HAL LONG LOU GARCIA DICK PACE ED GONZALEZ The infield played them close 162 JIM REGISTER CLINT ROBERTS RALPH KINNEY ASI-Il.EY WEISSMAN HERMAN WINK Ort the hill for the Gators Two lcftles kept opponents cmzfrtscd SEASON SCOREBOARD Gcrmes Won: NORTH CAROLINA 7- 5 ROLLINS . . . ..... 10- 6 GEORGIA ........ 7- 3 AUBURN ......... 5- 3 GEORGIA ........ 8- 6 MIAMI ........... 6- 4 AUBURN . . . ..... 7- 6 FLA. SOUTHERN. . . 7- 6 AUBURN . . . ,.... I4- 4 STETSON ......... II- 3 LEESBURG . . . . . 7- 6 TAMPA .......... 12- 7 Gomes Lost: NORTH CAROLINA 6- 7 GAINESVILLE ..... I7- 9 MIAMI .....,..... 3- 5 BRADLEY ......... 7- 5 STETSON ......... 2- 6 BRADLEY ......... IU- 6 AUBURN .... 4- 5 MIAMI ........... 3- 2 ALABAMA . .. . . . 6- 7 GAINESVILLE ..... 6- 2 ALABAMA . . . . . . 2- 3 TAMPA ........... 19- 6 MIAMI ..... 9-I2 FLA. SOUTHERN. . .2U- 8 ROLLINS . . . . . . 8-I7 ROLLINS ......... 3- 2 ROLLINS .... I- 2 GENE GLEN DICK EMMETT LOWELI, GORE ALLRED STRATTON BITTICK RUSHING . . . the outfielders kept an alert patrol 163 l 'gs' Y 255' rr f J ' Batting . . Home Runs . . Triples .... Doubles . . . Hits ......... Runs Bortted In Runs ........ Stolen Boses . Pitching .... .f .,-rt Strike Outs . . ,pq-s-. 3 uffif- - .'-.:.:f:,1r-'v ' ur . 1575" . 91, , ,..'.. " ,. .fl nice try, but the Gators lick Georgia, 7-3 V -V vrnfsnw -nt:'::L,1,r .e by m, , fn -gt -h - it-ig--f a: Ft?" f - 1. Eriiifwif-T1',Z 'WWA ,H,,, 1 gif Nil wut" -135 j,' : A - f'15,,,'t Q ,'1Q--4w,yQ.i!,,- A,qv,q,,y ,f-fS,r,'M f 'gg , A.-:mtl , M ,5tf---J.. - ' ' '- , f' ' L'lf",','.L4'YQ,-s1l'V Mnuptt larsl: wp ' A f , bvfix, ,ft . f - - X.-,lcv ,,Y.,yt, 1,:,i:-tyxtwltlg' L, '71 , ,sy-,,. ,,-N, f - I. -. " ,,..,'- rpg, mi: -. , GATOR DIAMOND LEADERS . . ,442 . .372 Dick Poce ...... 4 Lowell Rushing . . 6 I-lol Long .... 8 Fred Montsdeoccx I-lol Long ...... I-lol Long ...... . 48 Lowell Rushing . . . 31 Roy Poole .... . 36 Roy Poole . . . . 17 Iim Register . . . 4-U Icrck Gaines ..,... . 5-l Fred Montsdeoco . . . 37 1 ttP:5eifs,a't'2w?:tm, f L LA -. l -4 V. J .,.... .. ..,, ,X I-' ,G . 4- I'- A K. ,I , 'sl' ""'-F ' , f4.:.pf :f ' . . . ' ' 'Q ' ' "'f"'f" 4 -. .. I ."-. ' , . ' ff.. ff- fa . M A of K -In ..v,-:rsh l:c,f!'ff'.fh0?',T" " 1 ' pf- - -'-.ff ,... . Y l Q H KL' fs-",1g'T", .ASQ ' -' V 3 V ,, , Garcia pops out agamst Bradley lcclt . V , . . 2- , , . 1 , 1 . A Q. ,. -. " , 1 .',.' ' ' . , . - .4 , ' ' ' - . ' o , - . . .,. ", . . '- 4, "-,,--1. . 1, Squat, squint, success-Gators 7, U.N.C. 5 A fast one in from the garden beats Bryce to first mu v zn4.1. Ali- rm f'j""-1 Qf..f.'1...:,vn......:c: '---.:,-L..1v1r.-w.t:f'c" 1 4. ..- -- nfnxul, .Atl 1. , .. . - urvu. if -. 5 .L Mg.. -, - , - Elliot Argintar, Manager Herman Wink, Pitcher Harry Carratt, Pitcher Fred Montsdeoca, Cap- tain, Pitcher Ashley Weisman, Pitcher Iim Register, Pitcher Dave Fuller, Coach Roy Poole, Catcher Dick Pace, Second Base Lou Garcia, Shortstop Hal Long, Third Base Manuel Amor, Catcher Marvin Bryce, Catcher Ed Gonzalez, First Base Bill Marshall, Manager Ralph Kenny, Pitcher Emmett Bittick, Outfield Glenn Allred, Outfield Dick Stratton, Outtield Gene Gore, Outfield Lowell Rushing, Outfield lack Gaines, Pitcher Fourth row The batboys, future stars for Florida YOUR 1950 BASEBALL TEAM gxynl FX! 1 Q Mil V 5 L.. -il V 5, 1 xx m ,, 1 'Q' Q it - 0' fh3,',.,.1- "jail X I ' ,fs A L -L--I.-"EF rfl- I L ci- .:.'3:'D'E5Tr xl, SWIVIIVIN The Gator tankmen's famous good luck charm, the "Fabulous Brick", cast its spell, and Coach I-'rank Genovar's proteges splashed to a fine eight and one record. Then, in the SEC meet, disaster struck when Lou Brown was disqualified in the 100 yard freestyle to put Florida behind both Georgia Tech and Georgia. Iudges claimed in a disputed decision that Brown failed to touch the poo1's edge in taking the turn, and Tech took the meet. lust one week after the Atlantans' SEC triumph the Gators met Tech again and poured it on, 51-24, to crush the bewildered champions. Won: Lost: SEASON SCOREBOARD GEORGIA ...,.......... CLEMSON .... . . . AUBURN ..... . . . GEORGIA .... . . . AUBURN . . . . . . EMORY ......,, , . . MIAMI .......,... , . . GEORGIA TECH . . . . . . GEORGIA TECH . . , . . . 40-35 60-I5 61-14 39-36 63-12 52-23 45-30 51-24 37-38 .md TOM BROWN BOBBY PREVATT LOU BROWN r YOUR 1950 TANKMEN A W, FX TOP: Iohn Pandak, Iohn Ridout, Lou Brown, Bill Herr- z mann, Henry Martin. 'fl' 1 MIDDLE: Frank Genovar, Coach, Ioe Capo, Gene Ran- X ig. dall, Tom Brown, Gene Soldwedel, Fred Teed, Iack X Xi, 55 j 1 Ryan, Assistant Coach. Hn N BOTTOM: Bob Pre-van, sqm Ridouf, Glen Phillips, Allen 45 " dv' F2 Wynroth. JL SAM RIDOUT HUGO NUTINI SCOTTY PEEK COACH CHARLES JONES LEROY POUCHER PERCY BEARD TRACK Florida's thinclads, tutored by Percy Beard and Frank Philpott, enjoyed a good season, winning four dual meets while losing two. A tour-man squad opened the season indoors at the North Carolina Invitational Relays. Pole-vaulting Leroy Poucher took a Gator first place, while Hugo Nutini placed second in the half-mile, and Scotty Peek copped a second place in the 60-yard dash. The other en- trant, Charlie Iones, took third in the 70-yard high hurdles and fourth in the 70-yard lows. Minnesota again dominated the annual Florida QM.. ,N Q"'fl:'rI.'l-.4 lf, f. . ' -.ix ,,..v, - I V . -ii! .H.-.. I .... , ' FRANK DEMPSEY JIM GRIFFIN Relays, although Auburn, Alabama, and North Carolina crowded the Gophers. F1orida's best el- fort came in the sprint medley as a quartet of Charlie Iones, lack Iones, Scotty Peek, and Hugo Nutini finished second to Minnesota in record- breaking time. Florida's list of dual-meet victories included Miami twice, 67-59 and 92 273 - 33 1735 Duke, 67-595 and Georgia 93 273 - 32 173. The Gators bowed to Georgia Tech by one point, 63V2-62Vg, and to Auburn, 64-V2-6lk. BILL TURNER , 1 NWN? , ng way around l 20 of the 220 11 grounded jet-Nutini leads the way 1 W ?fe f- N 2 I K in f - ' KN -ull 'F 'f':41.fiAK - 2 :""' ,,-1- 3,-K -- . J.-,,-ffffff J . "' 'r ' ." P. - . . ,. H, . Q ww' V- - - f" an '. ' .i'f'j,1'ff ,. ,, ,tw 91 EM 2 5327" '19 ,. '1 . h In . F ki ,. . . . i F. F231 1, - X A, ' . -j fit?-L 'l ff faq-fm . ' ,, ,Vi K . .I as 4, W.,-v -ff n 1 UI ,vi -j.QjQyg.'.x -, ,, ,,: .4 fx ! .Lili-jrzl' N I A f- M W ,L F." 1 ' I'--,' -- V -a - Q ..5fQef+:.u.n5 -. , i N l Ft- A V ll ' K5 5 ' . 'nmferp - u- ' , fl ' ' ' 2 Q ' -61 -4. , ' , y - , . . f . in f i ' .wx V , 5 oucher practices on the pole '-'Al . ' , ' L Ballet finish to a broad jump V STANDING: Harry Fogleman, Coach, Warren D'Allessandro, Captain, Ted ' Prior, Dick Iones, Bernie Segal, lack Borling, Louis Berry, Manager. KNEELING: Leon Wilson, lim Windham, Bill Oughterson, Frank Skillman. Coach Harry Fogleman's tennis team brought home Floricla's first Southeastern Conference title since 1941, when the Gators took the swimming crown. The Gator netters edged out Tennessee and Tulane in the annual tournament, held this year in Nashville. Although Florida did not win the number one or two singles championships, they garnered 25 points in all matches played to take the measure of the Vols and the Greenies, who tied for second place with 23 points each. Tulane had held the title since 1947. SEASON SCOREBOARD Won: FLA. SOU. ..... I STETSON . TENNESSEE ..... GEORGIA ...... JAX NAVY ..... DAVIDSON .... DUKE ......... CONCORDIA . . . DARTMOUTH DAVIDSON . . TENNESSEE . -. ... 9-0 9-0 7-2 9-0 9-0 5-4. 7-2 7-0 9-0 6-3 5-4- ,L Lost: VANDY ........ 5-4 GEORGIA ...... 9-0 GA. TECH ...... 8-1 MERCER ....... 9-0 STETSON ...... 7-2 PRESBYTERIAN 8-1 FLA. SOU. ..... 10-0 JAX NAVY . .. 9-0 L. S. U. ........ 9-0 MIAMI .... . . . 1-8 N ff ,fix 5 TED PRIOR A D X FRANK SKILLMAN STANDING: Elbert Thompson, Ierry Schulteis, George Dunbar, lim Yancey, Leon Sikes. KNEELING: Frank Van Auken, Torn Bailey, Ioe Bryan, Al Rossiter, Bill Fernandez. Although they had a string of victories snapped at sixteen straight, the Fighting Gator golfers wound up with a six and three record for a Winning season under Coach Bill Dela- stacious. The Gators opened against Gainesville Golf and Country Club and carried away their twelfth straight victory. Florida thereafter overran Iacksonville Naval Air Station, Stetson, Florida Southern, and Georgia. It was then that Wake Forest snapped the Gators' winning streak at sixteen to avenge a 1949 loss. Won: Lost: SEASON SCOREBOARD r vw S l'l1.l SON ............ FLORIDA SOUTHERN. GEORGIA ............ TENNESSEE .... . . . GEORGIA ....... . . . WAKE FOREST ...... -1 DUKE ............... GEORGIA TECH ...... 'ri 3:1 " ' 1-- r GOLF 2316-392 15 12 15 -12 315 175- 95 11 -16 im-15y2 9151175 LEON SIKES AL ROSSITER tsl BOB LEGASSE BILL WOOD DICK CAMPBELL BOB BUSSE' U JIM GRIFFIN A sport overshadowed by its more famous con- temporary, football, is cross country competition. But from the athletes who pound out-of-the-way Cinder paths during the fall come the track performers who crash the headlines during the spring. Florida's cross country team, under Coach Frank Philpott, won two out of three dual meets in 1949. With the lowest score winning, Auburn was downed 25-33, and Georgia was turned back 15-46. However, Georgia Tech upset the apple cart and defeated the Gators, 23-34. Letter-winners on the team were: lim Griffin, Bob Legasse, Bill Wood, Bill McGill, Tom Bevis, Iohn Neller, Bob Busse, and David Prage. Bill Wood was OUI' hot two-miler. 172 - . -,A AN. Q.. , , V. ,x . ,yan , .- 3 ,, . . . ,K GT-QT", ,,. W ff ,J 1 2 5 W wW?qf AWK wXX 4 Sgql J, wx -. NK 2 X 17 rw ra, Q ,f My x f ff ,M jj 49- ' , Vg me N7e5:-'XYVW' If W if A 'W-1" Vid X ' X' - Jmy' ff if 'f1 SY f CQ 4 ff ' 'YI -in Y X 2 ,X -,.W , -M. lf, 3 --A- W - A X if IXM MN' 'J 34 ' 1 1 1 --x . xl N If I Ziwiigi ff bf, If .Q Q4 X rn? 5 cy E ek --.. ....d - -. - nib NKQQJRQ X N . 61 1 '15 K C 47 " - 'X V -1 we . 4 M Z Q75 f- r A i INTRAMURAL SPDRTS lk 5- Ji gs Q55 fi A. X 1 S,-f 5XFf:qF5 N U , COACH SPURGEON CHERRY, HEAD MURAL DEPARTMENT, HOLDS OF INTRA- PRESIDENT MILLER TROPHY WITH STUDENT DIRECTOR Ol" INTRAMURALS LUKIE ANSBACHER. This year the intramurals program was expanded to include a "B" League com- petition. Formerly there was one student director in charge of the entire program. This year, in addition to the student di- rector of intramurals, a student director of recreation was appointed, Whose job it was to encourage faculty participation in recreational sports, and to encourage wider student participation in the pro- gram by entrance in the "B" League. Lukie Ansbacher was Director of Intra- murals, While Don Nichols was the newly appointed Director of Recreation. SPORTS DIRECTORS The job of Coach Spurgeon Cherry has changed in the past few years from that of nursing Florida's intramural program into maturity to that of holding down the temptation to "subordinate the spirit of the game to the cause of victory." Al- though in the heat of competition that is sometimes the case, it is nevertheless a good measure of the success of the pro- gram Which Coach Cherry has fostered. An innovation this year was the Intra- mural Open I-Iouse, attended by four thousand students. In addition to Weight lifting and square dancing exhibitions, every sport was represented in some manner, and ,several intramural final con- tests Were played off. PUBLICITY DIRECTOR JOHN WILLIFORD CONFERS WITH LEAGUE MANAGER A. J. HREDH RYAN AND STUDENT DIRECTOR OF RECREATION DON NICHOLS. '-1 PORT MANAGERS Bill Flemming-Track Henry Sorcllson-Foollyalll Bob Bczlly-Vollcyimll Dick BlflJWll1Wllli3If .lhsluztlmll E , Leo Thomas-Tennis Jack .Kimbrougli-Basketball D011 'MElCillIlCS-SO.flbil.ii ,luck Howell-Swimming Hauiy Bfnss-bhuiflelmocxrd Richard Hollins-Horscshoes ' ,luck Shorslein--Bowling Tootiu 'l'hon1us-Tulmlc Tun fNot picturcclj Ed Przuige-Golf Ivi H ol imdb J A ll ilC IS? all KAPPA ALPHA CAMPUS BASKETBALL CHAMPS Chcrryis Open House was a success In the Blue League, the TEPs took the title going away. Heretofore, softball has been the deciding sport, but this year the trophy was on ice before that sport began, as the Taus dominated the pic- ture. The Betas, Chi Phis, Pi Kapps, and Phi Grams were the closest contenders. In the Orange League, Sigma Nu repeatedlast year's precedent by knock- ing off the usual top teams, Phi Delta'Theta, SAE, and ATO. However, the Snakes got six first-round byes out of a possible six sports, While runner-up Sigma Chi received none. The championship Was not decided until the final game, when Sigma Chi dropped a softball tilt to Kappa Sigma. BETAS DEFEAT CHI PHI IN FINALS Yhe Blue League has a new football champ OPEN HOUSE VOLLEYBALL WIND UP The Snakes look the Orange League ORANGE LEAGUE WINNERS BASKETBALL .................... BOWLING .... GOLF ...... HANDBALL . . . . HORSESHOES ...... SHUFFLEBOARD . . . SOFTBALL ..... SWIMMING ...... TABLE TENNIS ..... TENNIS ............ TOUCH FOOTBALL . . . . . . . TRACK , ............ VOLLEYBALL ......... .... WATER BASKETBALL KAPPA ALPHA SIGMA ALPHA EPSILGN SIGMA CHI PI LAMBDA PHI KAPPA ALPHA PHI DELTA THETA DELTA TAU DELTA SIGMA NU V SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON SIGMA CHI .SIGMA CHI PHI DELTA THETA . SIGMA NU SIGMA NU BREAKING THE 4-4-O TAPE A new campus record was set ORANGE LEAGUE STANDINGS SIGMA NU .............. SIGMA CHI ................ .... 1 181 SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON .... .... 1 132 PHI DELTA THETA ....... .... 1 098 DELTA TAU DELTA .... .... 9 89 KAPPA ALPHA ....... PI LAMBDA PHI ..... SIGMA PHI EPSILON ... ,... 878 PI KAPPA ALPHA .... .... 8 17 ALPHA TAU OMEGA .... .... 8 12 KAPPA SIGMA ....... .... 7 54 PHI KAPPA TAU ... 727 ...............1197 978 885 PHI DELT GILLETTE IN THE STRETC The Pikes were a little hotter PHI KAPPA TAU WAS ELIMINATED Rough alleys kept scores low BLUE LEAGUE WINNERS BASKETBALL . . BOWLING .... GOLF .......... HANDBALL .... HORSESHOES .. SHUFFLEBOARD SOFTBALL ..... SWIMMING .... TABLE TENNIS TENNIS ........ TOUCH FOOTBALL .. TRACK ........ VOLLEYBALL ......... WATER BASKETBALL .... .... .... ...- CHI PHI BETA THETA PI PHI GAMMA DELTA TAU EPSILON PHI ALPHA GAMMA RHO TAU EPSILON PHI THETA CHI PI KAPPA PHI TAU EPSILON PHI THETA CHI BETA THETA PI TAU EPSILON PHI TAU EPSILON PHI TAU EPSILON PHI IT AIN'T AS EASY AS IT LOOKS The TEPS won Water Basketball 4 WMEI. M , I -.' 'ww -M, , ,,. f , Q. -if , ,- HOW DETERIVIINED CAN YOU GET? Vega helped the Betas place second ."9w .. 2 X 'rl xv 3,27 ,, ll 0 NIJ' ,Wy ' ,I :IV TISS' 7' 90.52 J fx uylmi - , N if A ' Z NX 'wx ,gig J A 1 'HZ .E sr? ,fi TTEI- .Z.T...,4:,uf1'mf 9 " A -- 0 LL-, 4 - " 5: -- w ' gi , ' if -Y "" v ' ' pw! v MMF' J "',-'ZF'-ji SAE BATTLE PUTS IT ON SIGMA CHI A ' 1- The Dells were softball kingpins J., ' " -F:KN.. : ,, - . u-,,X...7-1v3:f-j- , ' Z ri .Wm -Wa-A . ' "3 I ,C I W' A BLUE LEAGUE STANDINGS TAU EPSILON PHI ............. BETA T HETA PI .... CHI PHI .......... PI KAPPA PHI ...... PHI GAMMA DELTA THETA CHI ........... DELTA CHI ........... LAMBDA CHI ALPHA . ZETA BETA TAU ...... ALPHA GAMMA RHO . ALPHA EPSILON PI DELTA SIGMA PHI .... 178 1333 1215 I 1811- 1092 1070 982 950 762 684- 590 4-86 4-70 4 . , f, ,a-,eg - MP' I 31941 3 tc, . Y THE UMPIRE DISPLAYS FORM A dorm leaguer swings and misses Not to be outclassed by the Orange League in hot title contention, Murphree C and D and Fletcher K and L of the Dormitory League staged a race second to none. The two teams went neck and neck down the spring stretch, but when trophy time came, Murphree C and D was there to take the bacon. The number of participating teams spiraled to a total of thirty three, tripling last year's total. The most successful Dorm League year since the war is attributed to better coordination between the Intramural and Housing offices. MQW' 'Rf' . 434.322-2 S.?fs.,5'5. HOOPSTERS FIGHT IT OUT Battlescars for the new gym floor N0 DUFFER, THIS ONE In future plans, a campus golf course J, H H - ':..',y1 ,Iy, . 'I I. I I I I ru '11, ' I I 9:61. , I DORMITORY LEAGUE WINNERS f BASKETBALL ..... MURP. ESIF BOWLING ......... FLET. Kal, GOLF ....... .... M URP. can HANDBAL1. SINGLES ....... MURP. IJOUBLES ....... ELET. HORSESHOES SINGLES ....... GSIH O8zI7 ...TEMP. C DOUBLES ....... F LET. OSIP SHUFFLEBOARD SINGLES ....... SLEDD GSIH DOUBLES ......... TEMP. A SOFTBALL ....... MURP. Nu. C8zD SWIMMING ...... SLEDD GSIH TABLE TENNIS SINGLES ......... TEMP. M DOUBLES ......... TEMP. G TENNIS SINGLES ........ FLET. KM, DOUBLES ....... FLET. MSIN TOUCH I+'OO'l'BALL.FLET. KSzL TRACK .......... MURP. LXM VOLLEYBALL .... FLAVET III WATER BASKETBALL . . .MUBP. GSII-I !MQ Av5f C emi.. ' PX F QW? 1-4 'PIA fl J x f I my , IS ,S - S14 I n .LE-Qian n V f! H!-W 180 YES, IT'S THE SPORTS SECTION! Dan, H unter in track DOING IT THE HARD WAY Hatcher KLQL look llw grid cup DETERMINED HDISKH ,IOCKEY SLIDES ONE IN Out of the weather, into the Gym basement for shuffleboard DORMITORY MURPHREE C 81 D FLETCHER K Sz L . MURPHREE G 8: H SLEDD JXIT ..... MURPHREEEISF BUCKMAN ABC.. TEMPORARY D.. MURPHREEIQSM FLETCHER M Sz N . FLAVET HI ...... TEMPORARY M.. TEMPORARY R ......... BUCKMAN D 81 E . SLEDD C Sz G ............ FLETCHER O 81 P . MURPHREE A 81 B TEMPORARY G . . .......118.5 .......1152 972 844 764 713 681 678 676 64-8 609 593 587 576 565 505 4175 STANDINGS TEMPORARY O THOMAS E Sz F . TEMPORARY K TEMPORARY A TEMPORARY N FLETCHER DEF TEMPORARY J TEMPORARY S TEMPORARY H THOMAS ACD TEMPORARY C TEMPORARY L TEMPORARY F TEMPORARY B SLEDD A8zB... 'TEMPORARY E ,4, 1"5 X E -40 K' P ,oak X Z EX' .Lu I DEPE DE T PORT The Independent League was dominated by "Boney" Middleton's South Florida Conference team and the Westminster Foundation, With "Boney's" boys pulling ahead in the "croosh" to capture the crown. The South Florida Conference and Westminster were wthe only teams to accumulate more than a thousand points. Nevertheless, the league had good representation, with church club, cooperative housing, professional organiza- tion, social club, fraternity colony, Flavet, and home town club teams contending for the cup. N I 'f X G --'L .5 xk XX 1 -- it .. ' 'Q Y F! limb ,K L Vx 1' V l ni l n, 9 I 1 ' 1 f . i " .ff '- .aqfaz-V INDEPENDENT LEAGUE WINNERS BASKETBALL ............ SFC SWIMMING .............. SFC BOWLING ........ CAVALIERS TABLE TENNIS GOLF ..... MORTAR S1 PESTLE SINGLES. . .G. SEAGLE HALL HANDBALL DOUBLES ............. BSU SINGLES ..... DELTA DUET TENNIS DOUBLES ..... DIRTY REDS SINGLES . . . .... SFC HORSESI-IOES DOUBLES ............. SFC SINGLES ...... OLYMPIANS TOUCH ' DOUBLES . . .WESTMINSTER FOOTBALL . . SOUTHSIDERS SHUFFLEBOARD TRACK ....... WESTMINSTER SINGLES. . .G. SEAGLE HALL VOLLEYBALL ............ SFC DOUBLES .......... SAINTS WATER BASKETBALL .... SFC SOFTBALL . . . .... .SFC 1' iff GOOD FORM BY A GEORGIA SEAGLER But the Cavaliers Look the title I A FEW OF OUR CAMPUS DIVES Moral support from the coeds, loo CRANE HALL'S TOM SHERIDAN SWINGS Thermometers went up-shirts came off .,1, ,'1Q,.. ,..., .I . V- V' hr ly. ,SL 5-V 323' 93" -' ':."ai.7' . - 'T' Z" V- f-:Z T-.H .- . -V .-' ' ' : . Q , ' ,' .'3-f4J:'rVxI.s -' '-:4:f'.'I'f' -'J V ""' 'Q' 'f "-E. 'IH av. F' iris' ' A 7- - '11 1 214- r-ef V, '. ' .ti-'1 If - 'T :ffl -4-. JF- Q ve" ' A r.. . V :.v.-.. -,. . Q x- . .1 ,Q hr . I., ,- .-. v-, , -L. ,I ,.' .'.- .. 5- . -,x.- J .-.., , ...N V- I , h- 33-kim., L -, ,, .1 M1 N ig-,Irw4'5 b A I83 INDEPENDENT LEAGUE STANDING SFC ............... . .1388 WESTMINSTER . . . .1041 SAINTS ......... DIRTY REDS .... WESLEY ........ . . . SEAGLE HALL .... CRANE HALL ..... CLO ............... . . BSU .............. . . MORTAR 81 PESTLE OLYMPIAN ....... 1. . 868 841 776 760 74.7 651 531 524. 519 SOUTHSIDERS . . . CAVALIERS ...... TAMPA BANANAS TKE ............. PENSACOLA ..... FLAVET I ..... MULLETS ..... OAKLAND ..... DELTA DUET .... CONCH CLUB .... IT'S ALL IN THE WAY THE BALL BOUNCES And Georgia Seagle bounced horne in singles. A RINGER COMING UP The Olympians staked oul first place. TEE FOR THREE The 19th hole was always a tough one A A ,,3,fji, 1 . 3319 43 . 1 ! DIRECTORS JACKIE REDDICK, Presiclcntg RUBY LEE PYE, Faculty Advisor Sport Managers JOAN MASURY, DONNA RUE WEAVER, BETTY BEVIN ln the spring the Womens Recrea- tion Association sponsored a Mid- Century Sports Day, with nine Florida colleges participating. Featured dur- ing the Sports Day celebration was a huge square dance. At intermission the different colleges presented folk dances of various countries to add to the color of the big event. The Mid- Century Sports Day was terminated with a buffet supper, during which the University of Florida was presented with a trophy for winning first place in the rneet. Coed sports took giant strides under Ruby Lee Pye in 1950. Iackie Reddick was appointed president, sport man- agers were chosen, and the program began to roll. Twelve independent teams and eight sorority teams en- tered competition to keynote the or- ganizations success. Before the season drew to a close, Tri-Delt had taken the sorority title, Olympian had Won the independent championship, and coeds were represented at the annual Intra- mural banauet and at the Intramural Open l-louse. sf r Sport Managers JOAN PETERS, PEGGY OMERLY 181 STANDINGS SORORITY INDEPENDENT DELTA DELTA DELTA . 67.5 OLYMPIAN ........ PHI MU ............. 28 WESLEY ...... .. ALPHA OMICRON PI. . . 20 WESTMINSTEII . . . . CHI OMEGA .......... 8.5 W. I. S. ........... . KAPPA DELTA ........ 5 ALPHA EPSILON PHI ALPHA DELTA PI .. 4 ALPHA CHI OMEGA . . . 3 Sw I f . MALLOHY No. KL MICHAEL ...... v 53 2 5 20 7 7 6 . , 6.5L S' - STAYS BACK l"0li REBOUND Coeds climb the backboard. w-YQ' FOR A SPIKE, A SETUP Another goof! reason for Len. lfclock curfews .IOAN PETERS DISPLAYS PING-PONG PROWESS For Phi Mu, a great competitor. WINNERS SOBOBITY DELTA DELTA DELTA. .BASKETBALL .. ,' " W . .SOFTBALL . . . . . . .VOLLEYBALL . . " " " . .TENNIS ....... ALPHA OMICBON PI. . .TABLE TENNIS . DELTA DELTA DELTA. .GOLF ........ . NO ENTRANT ......... SHUFFLEBOARD INDEPENDENT OLYMPIAN NO ENT1: ANT OLYMPIAN WESLEY WESTMINSTER OLYMPIAN WESLEY ALL-STATE SPORTS DAY VOLLEYBALI Stetson, bowed lo Miami. FLORIDA AND ROLLINS BID FOR BALI For Trlrs, a mill-cenllny victory. COEDS PRACTICE HOLDING BOW New twist for an old sport. 'D-. . '. .mf-Lf -f W X- NW ' "Q-, ' , ill' I' As.-J'v,J -1 ' . 3 ,,- ,jxhm '-N. U1 Lffffff ' , 4155. ,Hg ..'l" if leaf -A r' nn.,-N 'N- .-f"",'-' -S .V f - - ' ' 1 M, , ai. x f"' L DRGANIZATION gg S-f Qin' if xx-...f B Ja f ' I A ,A ' 'r' -' '4 ' - ' - , -, ' I FLORIDA .VIL V, .' Q T c. QI. HARDEE A rnsslmznr LOUIS ANSBACHER PHIL ANDERSON BILLY BRAKEN PETE BROCK BILL BYRD IULIAN CLARKSOP . 47 RILL DANIEL ED DAVIS HAROLD DILLINGER' EARL I-'AIRCIIOTI-I SANDY FREED ART FORBI-IAND f . IAMES BILL HENRY MALLORY HORNE IACK HUMPHRIES SANDY IOHNSON LARRY KING 'fills DOYLS ROGERS .I - BERNARD SHIELL IACK SHOEMAKER NICK STAMATHIS DICK STANLEY TOMMY THOMPS 1 'af 3 D . V 5 D , ' A A ft 1 ni 5, pmlgr, 1 'L mi A . 5. A A ,Ag 4- 2 W fm WN J EWU? Flu! Somulor C. J. HARDEE .................. ......... P resident ED GRAFTON ....... Q. ...... ....... V ice-President BILL BYRDJ ............. ...... S ecremry TOMMY THOMPSON ......... ...... T reasurer Second Somswlu AL CONE ...................... ......... P resident TOMMY THOMPSON. .- ...... ....... V ice-President JACK HUMPHRIES ........ . . . Q . .Secretary MARSHALL CRISER ....... ...... T reasurer 14' V :mms or A 'n-moss not rxcrunnm Doss, FLETCHER Gnovr-zs. rom Hswmansou. P1-:rx-: HOUSE. ' an nzsmcx Land IACKMSTRAUGHN xx, x x PHI E A SIGMA I NATIONAL SCHOLASTIC FRATERNITY To freshmen who compile a scholastic average of 3.5 before they fall into the swirling stream of sophomore life, go the honor of eligibility for Phi Eta Sigma, frosh scholastic fraternity. Men who receive a C grade in a course agree that a 3.5 average is not so average, and their C bars them from membership. The organization was started here twenty years ago by Dean R. C. Beaty as an inspiration for all freshmen to strive to scale these academic heights. And each year Dean Beaty's investment realizes good returns. OFFICERS Fred Iones .................... President Terrell Sessums .... .... V ice-President Allan Freeman .... ...... S ecretary lim Prescott .... ..... T reasurer OFFICERS Worley Brown ....... ........,,..,.....,,.. ...........,.. P r esident Ioe Fernandez ........ ....... V ice President J -' Ioyce Kerzin ....... .........., S ecretary Iehn Dugan ,.,,,.,.. .....,. T reasurer i Utgtllvlrd an-M ' llullr i100 "iE5'5itEf'f' .,.g-wi. lfgglrr- -:zz 2. Founded nationally in 1921 and es- tablished locally in 1949, this honorary fraternity is designed to create and cle- velop a higher interest in the field of history. ln doing so it has maintained high scholarship and research in the field, these results being seen through its publication, The Historian, in which the members publish their research manuscripts. PHI LPH THET A member of Rho Chi scholastically is the cream of the College of Pharmacy's top students. With Florida's pharmacy school now the nation's fourth largest, hopeful pharmacists are in high-powered compe- tition for membership. These people who haunt Leigh Hall are busy brewing chemi- cals into magic formulas, discovering new methods to soften those mornings alter. Rho Chi's lofty purpose is to promote the advancement of pharmacy and the phar- maceutical sciences through the recogni- tion of high scholarship achievement. OFFICERS Douglas Johnson ..,.,....,.......,.......,...... President Lawrence Alpert ..,......,,,.......,.. Vice President lack lones ...... ................. S ecretary'Treasurer RHO CHI NATIONAL SCHOLASTIC PHARMACY FRATERNITY Ioe Nicole-tte ....... ................,.,. 1-1 istorian CD SIGMA TAU EMS, E T OFFICERS N7 U f N Glen Whitcomb ......................,....w President TAD ull iff i We, i Russ Gilbert ............ ........ V ice President W. E. Iohnston ....... ......,....,. S ecretary William Geier ..... .....,... T reasurer it ipu. f. X Only Engineering students who have what it takes are given membership into this honorary engineering fraternity. Sigma Tau recognizes students on the basis of both scholarship and sociability. lnitiates are selected from the top one-third of all engineering students enrolled, Sigma Tau sponsors the En-A gineers' Ball, held following Engineers' Field Day, and plays a significant role in engineering affairs. The fraternity also plays a significant role in the responsibility for the sleepless nights spent by prospectives, shining those steel rails into flawless perfection. OFFICERS Alfred Floyd ................ President Laura McGoon ,........ Vice President Robert Broadman. .Secretary-Treasurer George Fisher .....,.,....... Historian GARGOYLE There is a season in the year during which the campus is invaded by men and women with a strange continental ap- pearance, crowned with jaunty berets. They're not members of Field Marshal Montgomery's army, or Parisienne arteests, but Florida's own creative, imaginative, students of the College of Architecture and Allied Arts, and are prospective members ol the honorary Gargoyle. These high point people someday will represent the professional maturity of the present great period of transition and change in the field of architecture. ff' Ill 6' . ft ' is 71 If it me t Allen,R. Close,D. Frye,A. Kerly,C. Armstrong,D, Crooke,I. Garrison,l. Klinzing,l-I. Arnold,S. Crosland,R. Gehlert,C. Larsen,l. Barkerhl. D'Amico,H. Giller,C. Lee,W. Barrett,P. Davis,R. Gottfried,T. Lemon,R. Bierbower,W. Deen,l. Graves,l. Lewis,I. Blanton,Mc. Donolro,l. Greening,W. Lyon,W. Boardman,R. Dorsey,R. Guerin,W. McGoon,l... Bowes,C. Drury,F. Hagg,B. McKinley,P. Broadfoot,A. Ebersole,R. l'Iardy,E. McKniqht,R. Brown,A. Emory,D. Hare,R. McLane,E. Browne,R. Ewc1rt,T. Heim,l. Meads,B. Capo,M. Fenster,M. lohnson,l-LW. Mi1ler,R. Cleland,R. Fisher,G. lohnson,H.S. Moore,E. Clements,I. Floyd,A. lones,R. Neet,I. Nose-nchuk,M. O'Berry,D. Oldham,R. Owles,F. Palmer,G, Peters,l. Phillips,R. Plummer,D. Potts,W. PritChett,C. Rodenberry,N. Roschach,W. Scheel,C. Schmitz,l. Sessions,W. Silberstein,S Solar,E. Starratt,K. Stevens,I. Stewart,L. Suare-z,R. Tebrugge,G. Templeton,R. Wha.'ton,W. Wilkinson,S. Willson,l. Wi1son,P. Wolff,L. Yates,C. Ziebe,A. FY 1L4 Alpha Zeta is a national professional agriculture fraternity With forty-five chapters throughout the country. The Florida chapter has forty members, all of whom are down to earth Gators with both feet on the ground, and are of the upper two-fifths ot the class-strictly top soil students. The Ag Fair is an Alpha Zeta sponsored event. Each year a national fellowship is awarded, enabling some worthy student to pursue graduate Work in agri- culture. Alpha Zeta is strengthened on the Florida campus by the numerous faculty alumni. LPHA ZET vm-W, My 4 ' l OFFICERS Sandy Iohnson .,............. .,....,,. P resident Pete Brock .... .... V ice President Bob McGuire .... ...... S ecretary l.,CIlICl lVllI'16CII' ,.., ,,,, 'I' reqsurer ,... F, g,i,:?g:f-. ,- . , N h, , 5,f'?s1-sag, - ,Aff I if rw if' . 1... :,.':'v ' f'l!1r'.zvD-1Zf" .f, L X . " '. 1 im':21. f " l.!.'?Jf'Li:'n ....m.m , -s A 'Efirmwu N 4 1 , -3? 'T V' 'f'+.T-9..v'3fs.ti I- - .A -713 ,: -,L'.:'f.,. -4-- . l ' 4. A I A. . i . --E .f.r-iw-44+-A Z- " 5 .- gl if ' Q i , ' , .3.:gi'f' 4 -Q. . A397 l " ,'.",'-ffgg. irq' :J,"- ' w' V '.fcf'w:':i,1"'flL 'L 'uf i3'EnfJ3fi'En"fiv"':L-lsr!! b ' X i , f By the time you become a member of Alpha Tau Alpha, you are familiar with the Words "professional ability," "advancement of agriculture," and "per- sonal characterf' as these three attri- butes, plus leadership and scholarship are the bases for initiation into Epsilon chapter. Alpha Tau Alpha, outstanding in the fields of education and agriculture, sponsors of the annual turkey shoot, fish fry, and Ag Week-End, tomorroW's leaders in agricultural education. OFFICERS William Pumphrey ..... President Elmer Badger ....., Vice President Iames Yelvington ...... Secretary Donald Vaughn ........ Treasurer Ioseph Wood .... ..... R eporter :- LPH AU ALPHA ' 197 SC BB RD AN BL- DE OFFICERS Dexter Douglass ..... ........,................... ............-- P f GSidGHl Lewis Huntley ....,.. ....... V ice PFGSMEIIT Charles Wofford ,,..... .......... S ecretary Daniel Martinez ........ ...,...,. T reasurer Q ill 6, AQ- ,, -N. . g . .p yj L :' L A2 f , 1' 5 . 'y . i - 11211 Si svn X ,. Bill Armstrong Frank Cardle Leon Handley Don MacLean Bill Rose 198 ih Bert Bittan Ioseph Cowart Bill Harlan Daniel A. Martinez Bill Rutledge 7.7 Q9 'S -.. lohn Bonner Marshall Criser Harry Howell Phil Webb , A. I. Ryan V17 Established here in 1920 as Company H, Second Regiment, Scabbard and Blade is an organization of top-flight cadet officers for combined military-social purposes. Tapping of members takes place on Military Ball Weekend. The Ball this year squeezed in a dress parade, a formal dance with Iohnny Long commanding, parties, banquets, and an informal dance, all in one short Weekend. On the more military side, mem- bers are chosen on leadership and scholarship qualifications, their duties being to become acquainted with the vital prob- lems of national defense, and to work for an improved military program, both on the drill field and in the classroom. ,. by . , . , - ,Q is E' 'na 5 'Swv' T David Bowman William Curry Louis Huntley lohn Moorehead Bob Saults QQ- : I ggi 2. Edward Brown Dick Cassidy lulian Clarkson David Cook Dexter Douglass Fletcher Fleming Watson Freeman Renaldo Hamilton lim Hutchinson Miles lester Tom McDonald Charles McKeown Ben Overton Dick Pace Ernest Revels Denis Riordan Leon Savage Richard Sillin Charles Wofford Harry White LOL PIC RO Los Picaros, translated literally, "The Wise Ones", is a Florida founded honorary Spanish fraternity. Students of the Spanish de- partment realized the advantages-social, cultural, and commercial- of being familiar with frequent use of Espanol. In hot competition with the faculty, Los Picaros holds free Spanish classes once a week for all comers as part of their service to Florida and the language. Officers: Manuel Valles, President: William Bostwick, Vice President, Raymond Rodriguez, Secretary: and Albert Cribbett, Treasurer. if, isis g 0 iff. EL H-. ov- 5 0 ' I -1.04. 14093. KAPPA CAPP P I That "Mountain Music" heard at Gator Growl came from Kappa Kappa Psi, the honorary band fraternity, making its first public appearance of the year. Organized to give recognition to out- standing bandsmen, Alpha Eta chapter is working toward the goal of a "greater Gator band," with concentration centered on new initiates. Once a year these new members may be seen parading through buildings and around the campus, playing loudly on their respective instruments. Officers were: President, Henry D'Amicoy Vice-President, George Iohnsong Secretary, William Threlkeldg Treas- urer, Henry Nash. A uma x- W 0'-f2C4CX-'f I-I K A . Kg IG PI To develop training in forestry in order to preserve our heritage of natural resources for posterity, is the challenge of Xi Sigma Pi, National Forestry Honorary Society. Pi chapter, established at the University of Florida in 1948, is the most recent addition to the national fraternity roster. After two years under the Wing of the national organization, Xi Sigma Pi has grown into a here-to-stay society, independent of its guardian and well on the way to achieving its aim of promoting forestry activities. Officers Were: I. W. Willingham, Foresterg H. M. 5 U i in ill Attaway, Associate Forester, F. A. Lopardo, Secretary, W. T. Vetter, Ranger. 'Aw-:SZ Service to chemistry stu- dents through Gamma Sigma Epsilon Chemical fraternity has not gone unrecognized. At the last convention held in December 1948, Beta Alpha chapter of the University of Florida was awarded perma- ntnt possession of the loving cup presented to the most active chapter. The only national honorary co-educational chemical fra- ternity, Gamma Sigma 'Epsi- lon's meetings include busi- ness sessions and technical programs, demonstrating the application of chemical prin- ciples to industry. OFFICERS R. Goette .....,......,..... Grand Alchemist S. Gray ........... .............,.... R ecorder G. Fuguitt .,..,..... ..i........ V iser M, Fischesser .............................. Hamid l. Vogh ...... Electron of the Black Arts AMMA SIGMA EP ILO 200 fff PRDFESSIUNAL URGANIZATIDNS OFFICERS Bob Reeves ..................,....... ,..,...... P resident Fred Simpson ......., .......... S enior Warden Bob Fortes ......,..........w..,..,.. lunior Warden Iames DeArmond ...- ....,.......,........ S ecretary lack Oliver ........... .. ..,....,.... Treasurer Tom Bice... ...... ...Chancellor DELTA SIG PROFESSIONAL BUSINESS FRATERNITY fwfr' Kmgy 2 w f .g. P 'I f -x , ' i V t- X HK at lt J ffllwfi I 9 ' ri- " ' The main purpose adopted by the Florida chapter of Delta Sigma Pi pro- fessional fraternity is to foster a closer understanding between business and other social phenomena. ln directing its efforts toward fulfillment of this goal the fraternity has participated in Industrial Tours, professional programs, and week- ly radio broadcasts. Beta -Eta chapter has made notable progress in professional training since its founding in 1929. ln recognition of in- dividual achievement, a scholarship key is presented each year to the outstand- ing graduate in Business Administration. 1 4,34 International in scope, Alpha Kappa Psi is the oldest and largest professional Fraternity in the field of Commerce. Among the objectives of the Fraternity are the furtherance of its members' welfare, the fostering of scientific research in the field of Commerce, and the promotion of courses of study in Business Ad- ministration in institutions of college rank. President I ' Folios Boka .....,...,.....,............,. .. Lf:79E:T' 9 b f-Q ,swf .s OFFICEHS giiiftirz' I ii D ls Jrf Y. C. B. Nuckols ....., LPHA KAPP PROFESSIONAL BUSINESS FRATERNITY Alex Kay ....,..... .,...,.... Vice Hay Fletcher ,... .,...,.,........ xwla. ala President Secretary Treasurer I Composed of representatives from the resi- dence halls, Panhellenic, glee club, Recreation Association, Alpha Lambda Delta, and oil- carnpus housing, the Women Students' Asso- ciation acts as a 'coordinating body for Women's activities. WSA publishes "Coedi- kette", a handbook for Women, and sets up programs to interest girls in attending the university. WSA is concerned with rules and regulations in the halls, and the judiciary committee functions in conjunction with this responsibility. The council was instrumental in establishing the Wornen's Independent So- ciety, and Trianon, leadership honorary. OFFICERS Barbara Davis Thomas .............. President Bette Chisholm .............,..,.., Vice President Mary Elizabeth Williams ..,..,.... Secretary Mary Grilfin ..,..,............,............. Treasurer WO E STUDE ' ASSOCI TIO :Q Ik '45, .lui w 1' l' .NA 35" Accent is on service in the Independent Students' Association. The roster includes the flames ot many campus independent leaders. Backed by these strong leaders, and with Dean ot Men R. C. Beaty as advisor, the asso- ciation has made great strides since its or- ganization in IQ48, when it was tirst called the Florida Independent Council. In the line of service, the association has: worked closely with student government, given independents a voice in campus activities, provided facili- ties and functions for independent recreation. OFFICERS Bob Leeds ........, .....,........,....,. .,,.........c.,. P r esident lim Reese ...........,. ........ V ice President Mary Rodriguez ......., ............ S ecretary Nate Sharwin ......... ...,.,.. T reasuror 1 th at ' A ' I," ,J I "Yrs, , iff-' f 1,- Flvfftg' , .mr I Qi: A ,Magi I K with I I DEPE DE T STUDENTS, ASSOCI TIG mntmatms tom -rf,DA.l. 205 orrtcsas - Harold Odum ..,..,,.,.,.......,..,.......... President Bob Lund .......,... ,........ V ice President Sam Hartman, ..4... .,..,........., S ecrotary H, D. Albright ........... .........,. T recrsuror STUDE T B ILDERS UCI TIG Well-established after its second year of real existence, the Student Builders Association provides a first-class opportunity for future contractors to swap shop talk outside of the classroom, and affords a first-hand opportunity for direct contact with the building construction industry, and its varied phases and fields. After becoming permanently established, the group is pointing toward affiliation with The Associated General Contractors of America. ""4ll"f l ,.. "W url' U7c'41,g 1 I? but ' Y -pie if i N A8 . -U' Though only in its third year of ac- tivity, the Student Associate Branch of the American Institute of Architects has already done a great deal toward foster ing fellowship and promoting a spirit of unity between students of architecture and practicing architects. lt has also been successful in its aim to impart to the students an appreciation and understand- ing ol the ideals and objects of the American Institute of Architects, its parent organization. Highlighting the years ac- tivities were the thirty-filth annual con- vention ol the Florida Association of Architects, at Daytona Beach, and the joint-sponsorship of the first annual Beaux Arts Ball with the Gargoyle Club. ERICAN I STIT TE of RCHITECTI STUDENT BRANCH P N s '-, OFFICERS Auihc, 120,91-,cmd ,,,,Y,,,,,,,,, ,,.,.,.......,... ................. P r esident Martin Nose-nchuCk ....,.--.-- ----------- V iC9 Pfesidenl Iames Deen ............... .---' 4---,-- -f'------ S 9 C TQIUTY Leonard Griffin ........... Y ........... Treasurer 'H Q AGRIC LT RE CL With the exception ol the war years, the Agri- cultural Club has been active ever since l9U9, making it the oldest club of its kind on the Florida campus. The club's main annual activities are the Turkey Shoot just before Thanksgiving, and the Fish Fry on the annual Ag Weekend in the spring. The purpose ot the Ag Club is to give students practice in handling public meetings, and to foster fellowship and knowledge among its members. OFFICERS Marvin Kerndon ....,.....,,.,.,.......... President lames Smith ........................ Vice President Hal Davis ..............i..... Secretary-'Freasurer FUTURE F R E L OF AMERIC Members of the Future Farmers of America have a very real purpose behind their organization. By becoming active mem- bers of the F.F.A., they are in a position to competently ad- vise local high school chapters in the agricultural techniques they have learned in college. Advising and observing the activities ot these local chapters is part ot the regular Future Farrners' program. ln addition, they pitch an annual bar- becue, a banquet, and prepare an F.F.A. exhibit at the Ag Fair. The Florida chapter of Future Farmers of America was organized in 1937. OFFICERS Donald Padgett ........ ........,....,....... ................... P r esident ....,,,..Vice President Dwight Nifonq... Harold Harvey .,..,.,.. ........,...... S ecretary Rence Andrews ....... .... ...... T r easurer f i F' Gy 72 1 V 0511019 Z, x ef W '49 C1 I ,ff 3 i D' v ,W A W Tig. " 0 - 4' X L, 0 .5 . U15 fc u BLOCK AND BRIDLE W, Block and Bridle is one ot the truly active organizations on the campus. Keeping in mind their objectives, to broaden' the members' knowledge in animal industry and to en- courage livestock industry in Florida, they hold an annual lield trip to the outstanding cattle ranches in the state, and each year present the Florida Little international livestock show. Indication ot their activity is the second place title won in Southeastern district livestock judging competition. ". OFFICERS Howard Taylor .....,......,... President Dick Acree .......,, .... V ice President Martha Nell Tison .... ..... S ecretary Al Dawson ......,.. . . .Treasurer George Taylor .... ........... P resident Wood-chopping contests, sawing contests, and hatchet-throwing are in order when the Forestry Club starts to recreate, and there isn't a cake-eater in the crew. These activities as well as dancing, barbecues, and sports, keep the Foresters in top mental and physical shape, and are on the agendas of such func- tions as the Timberman's Tussel, Foresters Field Day, and the Annual Ag Fair. The club has as its purpose providing educational and professional aid to future loresters. Their instrumental action in the establish- ment of the School of Forestry at Florida is proof of the work done toward the accomplishment of the purpose since the club's founding in l935. OFFICERS Claude Borden ........... Vice President Iohn Beal ,.....,.... Secretary-Treasurer Iames Schaeffur .............,.. Reporter 4, FORESTRY UNIVAFLA A A ' FORE TRY CL B Progress of the A.S.A.E. since its cam- pus installation in 1940 has been no less than that demonstrated by their exhibit at the Ag Fair, illustrating modern farm- ing equipment. The exhibit, constructed at a cost of 2500 man-hours, showed exact models of two farmsteadsp a 1900 farm in contrast to a present-day 1950 farm. To supplement this experience, several speakers from the U. S. 'Depart- ment of Agriculture in Washington, D. C. were brought to the campus, also Sen- ator W. A. "Bill" Shands, and the Region- al Manager ot Iohn Deere, Ruben Sherrill. AMERICAN OCIETY of CHIC LTURAL ENGINEER STUDENT BRANCH OFFICERS Ioel Norris, ........................................, President L. S. Swallows .......................... Vice President F. S. Parker ...................... Secretary-Treasurer 11111-1. m.vwi11ut mmmm.f-1 E TO E GI EERI G COU.. CIL Once a year the boys from Benton Hall put away their slide rules for Engineers Field Day to determine which en- gineering department is the most proficient in athletic abil- ity. This is one of many activi- ties sponsored by the Benton Engineering Council, engineers' melting pot, made up of en- gineers from organizations ot every department. The Coun- cil is the executive body of the Benton Engineering Society, to which every engineer auto- matically belongs. OFFICERS Frank Yanaros ............ President Don Nichols ......... Vice-President Don Sawyer ,... Secretary-Treasurer D. B. Smith ......... Faculty Advisor Q.. ' A ' I . . IAA. Ji .' - -i nf Juli it .,- AMERICAN INSTITUTE OE ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS AND INSTITUTE OF RADIO ENGINEERS The organization represented by the verbal monstrosity, AIEE-IRE, was formed last year When the American Institute of Electrical Engineers and the Institute oi Radio Engineers merged because of parallel in- terests in things like alternat- ing currents. AIEE-IRE intro- duces the student to practical engineering and to practicing men of his chosen profession. The AIEE was organized on this campus by Dean Ioseph Weil and the late Dean I. R. Benton in 1924. The IRE was formed in 1912 and now lists thirty student branches. OFFICERS R. D. Chandler ............i........,....,. President F. E. Yanaros ,... ...,.......,. V ice-President F. E. Akerman ........ ..,......... ..... S e creiary I. E. Rosenvaiq.. ,... ..,..,.. T reasurer gr' ry' Highlighting the events ol the student branch ot the American Institute ot Chemical Engineers this year was an Industrial Plant trip to Tampa and a journey to the Southern Regional Con- ference held in Roanoke, Virginia. Or- ganized as a student society in 1928, the club became a student chapter of A.I.Ch.E. in 1932, and since that time has accomplished well the purpose of promoting good fellowship and high scholastic attainment among the mem- bers. Officers Were: Iohn Cahill, Presi- dent, Iames Craig, Vice President, Fred Ogilvie, Secretary-Treasurer. STUDENT AI Ch E MERTC I TIT TE of CHE ICAL E GINEER 'Ki I AMERICAN SOCIETY OF ECH NIC L E CI EER OFFICERS H. O. Anderson.. ...,.......,....... .....,......... P resident William Gunson ........ Vice President Vernon Chelson.. .............. Secretary George Hamlin ...,..., .......... T reasurer Realizing the need for knowledge to bridge the gap between the theoretical and practical, the American Society of Mechanical Engineers was formed to serve as this medium. In addition to promoting the art and science of Mechanical Engineering and encouraging original research, its ac- tivities' are designed to give the stu- dent not only the technical, but also the broad general knowledge which is the mark of an educated man. These activities are identical with the pattern a student must follow in the Engineer- ing profession. AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CIVIL ENGINEERS FOUNDED i852 To offset the difficulty in meeting and talking with professors outside the classroom, the A.S.C.E. offers the opportunity to civil engineering students through its meetings. Other activities include the publication of the bi-monthly "Civil Gator", news- paper of interest to civil engineers, and the annual skit night, during which students present "take-offs" on their professors. A. S. C. E. STUDENT CHAPTER OFFICERS Marlin Sullivan .............................................. President Russell Gilbert .,,.,...,,. ,......,... V ice President Kenneth DeGroot .,....... .........,... S ecretary Walter Murphy ....,..,.. ......... T reasurer . s . NL . SOCIFTY FOR THE DV CEWIE T OF A AGE E T The Society for the Advance- ment oi Management is mainly for the advancement of the knowl- edge and techniques of the boys out in the hanger. Far out in the seldom-traveled west end of cam- pus, these industrial engineers are conjuring up schemes for mak- ing more money with less motion and materials. Typical topics for advancement are: Production, Dis- tribution, Finance, Administra- tion, and Industrial Relations. Oi- ficers during the year Were: Har- old I-Ialdeman, President, Robert Arnold, Vice President, Audrey O'l-lara, Secretary, and Iay Bishop, Treasurer. ings in the state. Ralph Van Fleet. A major portion of our country's wealth is in Real Estate. The Real Estate Club serves as a means to better educate and bring closer to gether those men and women who in the future Will man age this wealth. To achieve these aims we invite prom inent real estate men to our social gatherings, and each year send representatives to various professional meet Officers for the year were President, Robert Millsg Vice President, Bert Allen, Secre tary-Treasurer, George Dick ersong Social Chairman ft .Q Information about advertising is what Ad Club members are looking for. The weekly meetings are a melting pot of knowledge brought in by each student from his own field of study, whether it be journalism, business administration, commercial art, or radio. Members are given opportunity to exercise their latent talents through club projects such as the annual "Advertising in Action" Clinic, sponsored jointly with Alpha Delta Sigma advertising fraternity. This year's clinic consisted of seven panel discussions pertaining to the various fields of advertising, and gave students the opportunity to meet advertising leaders from throughout the country. Officers were: Bob Newman, President: Tommy Russ, Vice President: Caroline Russ, Secretaryg Ray Dantzler, Treasurer. A VBTII CCL B LP D LT. no. G Bridging the gap between theory and practical experience is the aim of Alpha Delta Sigma, national professional advertising fra- ternity ior men. Many men, now successful in the field of advertising, received their early training and experience while members of ADS chapters. Douglas Leigh chapter was installed one year ago in the Spring of l949 and was naniod for the "Sign King of Broadway." Since that time it has brought to the campus numerous speakers who have unfolded the techniaues and skills which make advere tising the recognized force it is in business today. V H n .tri .lt 3 M' A' ' Sl: Officers this year wore: Vernon Lowell, Presidentg Ray Dantzler, ice President: Frank Stringer, Seeretaryg Fred Vaill, Treasurer. 119' ceq'- '19-... 'HOL v-- th. :itil MAH ill llli IQTISINQ N r "CT 9 U R Z 1' HITE FRI R White Priars honorary dance fra- ternity was founded with the specific purpose of promoting inter-fraternity brotherhood. Since that time the tra- ditional white satin blouse cmd red sash seen at Spring and Fall Frolics has added color to these and other gala Gator weekends. The organization is composed of eight representatives from each of seven fraternities. Events are planned by the Board of Governors, composed of one man from each tra- ternity. ln view of the fact that these planned events occur on party week- ends, the avowed purpose is easily achieved, due to the spirits of happi- ness prevailing. L'Apache, quaint French term for "Pi- rate," is an organization formed of eighty-one representatives from nine so- cial fraternities on this campus, devoted first and foremost to service to the school, secondly to good social lite. After render- ing such services as supplying the in- firmary lobby with magazines, the mem- bers get together for some warm brother- hood, especially on big Week-ends on Florida's social agenda, and may be seen making the best of any Frolics in their black satin blouses, touched off with the red dagger and sash. fp Q o if: L4 LJ .0 gszzzazzw J Q S E E I OFFICERS George Dickerson ..,.................................,.....,.,.,,.,... President Fred Delrlon .................. ............ ,..,..... V 1 ce-President Norman Donnelly ........... ........... S ecretary-Treasurer B111 Savage .................. ..Y.,....... S ocial Chairman t ' .rl ,y l i f I APACHE l anhg' "' W rvtlu 531131 anll Q2 it .fl llqu 221 Pkltf AVALIER This was a big year for the members of the Alpha chapter of the Cavaliers national dance society. lt began last summer when the or- ganization threw a party at the 400 Club in conjunction with Summer Frolics. No one who attended the affair will forget the antics of "l-lammerhead"'DeboW, who attempted the impossible task of nailing a Cavalier boot to a plate of glass. In the fall the 400 Club was again the scene of a Cavalier get-together, and the feature event here was the milk- drinking contest, which Brother Posey lost. Officers this year were: Lew Vickers, Presi- dent, Al Posey, Vice-President, Henry Ramirez, Secretary, lohn Smith, Treasurer. O99 B I 1883. DA CE OCIETY 'E R AVALETTE ' A , , -W , -tix . 'ig ffl t W X il? if il lt it an-sg OFFICERS Mildred Langford ............ President Mary Lou McMillan .... Vice President Ioyce Moore ................ Secretary Helen Penn .... . . .Treasurer G' Cavalettes, dedicated to the promotion of new friend- ships among all coeds through work and play on a social level, came smilin' through this year with two all-campus dances, a fashion show, a dance with brother Cavaliers, a beauty scene in Florida Follies, a radio show, a picnic, pledge parties, and a raised quota! Because of the increase in coeds at Florida, one hundred Cavalettes are now active on campus, adding social opportunities and interests for women. 224 ll f'lo1ida's chapter of Siqma Delta Chi, professioral journalism fa- ternity, is one of the most active chapters in the country. lts activities are hiqhliqhted each year by the traditional Gridiron Banquet held in Iacksonville following the Georqiavlrlorida game. Here, members of the state leqislature are "raked over the coals" for their activities during the session. Also, to develop professional technique, the chapter once a year edits and publishes two daily newspapers in the state. Chapter officers are: President, Iulian Clarkson, Vice-President, lack Shoemakerp Secretary, Ralph Olive: Treasurer, ,fohn Willifordy lfistorian, lack Fortes. - x X ICMA DELT CHI -H. gr Chalk and Eraser Club, affiliated with ilie Florida Education Association, aims to stimulate a professional attitude in the student before qraduation that he will become an aqqressive participant in activities for the better- ment of education in his community, state, and nation. Amana activities are the annual Future Teachers Day, held for high school students. Chalk and Eraser officers were: President, Charles Williarnsg Vice-President, Carl Shultz, Secretary, Mareie Srnithg Treasurer, George Coy. HALK Sr ERASER 22 5 0? Q 5 ' ARI PEHLE MORTAR AND PE TLE Believing that socialoility, practibility, and scholarship are the three most im- portant attributes of a successful protes- sion, Mortar and Pestle bases its mem- bership on these qualifications. Composed of all students who "mix the brew", the society's purpose is to in- still the high ideals of the profession ot pharmacy. The program is aimed in the direction ot producing loetter pharmacists to meet Florida's growing demand. 1. XXXYA 226 ',,N,, .. OFFICERS Lucian Fischesser .......,,.,. President Clarence Porter ......,, Vice President Charles Anderson ...,..,..... Secretary Irwin Stephens ..............., Treasurer ft X YT 5. A fraternity which accents social activity but limits its members to the College of Pharmacy, Kappa Psi is a unique hybrid in the world of organi- zations. Established locally only a year ago, plans tor a building fund are already underway, as is a move to get the members to live together as a group in the near future. G. 'li'- !'.' :IS J-,nu ' up I ,I+-4 -lf,i ssftlff .24-. 5wS'L25K'lfJE yi "3 V 2 q I . KAP P eff OFFICERS Hairy Powell .,,.,,, ,,,.,,,,,,,, P resident Iames Brinn ..,.,.,.,... Vico President Carey Iones, ..........., Secretary Ioel Hertz ...,,,. ,..,.... T reasurer i 227 he 4. , It vs ' UW? Push . . . press . . . jerk . . . grab . . . all these verbs describe the movements and functions of the Barbell Club. This club is the weight-lifting organiza- tion which placed second in Southeastern AAU competi- tion. In view of the club's recent birth, that is indeed a noteworthy achievement. Q99 A M 'B OFFICEHS Don Nelson ,...., Y.,.................,....... P resident Geogqo Beck .,..,... .,........ V ice President David Kulchin ............ SecretaryATreasurer lames lackson ...,... ..,,...,........,... H istorian B RBELL CL B I New OME 95 I DEPE DE T SOCIETY The W. I. S. was formed with the ad- vent of coeclucation for the purpose of orqanizinq unaffiliated women in order to further their social and extracurricu- lar activities. Though newly formed, it has been functioning smoothly, and holds several social events each year. Both its basketball and volleyball teams reached semi-final play in women's intramural activities. Officers were: Betty Zaiicek, Presidentg Mary Schisler, Vice Presidentg Ida Schmid, Secretary- Treasurer. .V K A Whether it's fire-fighting or fun and frolic, it's all part of the daily fare at Flavet HI, one ot three veteran's housing units on cam- pus. The kids have their fun in the village playground, much as their counterparts in the parks back home. And while members of the village fire department, strictly a voluntary activity, don't class all their duties as fun, not a few past experiences have given cause for a chuckle-once they extinguished an ignited manure pile. FLAVET III GEORGI SEAGLE LL Eighty men, seventy-eight of them from all over the United States and one each from the countries of China and Czechoslavakia, make up the enrollment of Georgia Seagle Hall. Founded in the Fall of l946 at its present site, Georgia Seagle is de- signed primarily as a living cooperative for Christian men. It is unique, however, in that all denominations are A f4 tw-is welcomed into membership, with brotherhood and universal fellowship stressed through their personal relationships with each other. Their activities are not confined to religion, how- ever. They have won such awards as the l948 and 1949 trophies for Independent Homecoming decora- tions, the championship of the Independent football league for 1949, and first place in the l948 Sprin 9 Carnival for Independent floats, to name a few. ln- terests, as well as fellowship, are universal. COOPERATIVE L IVI N G ORGAN I ATIO For seventy-five sharp-thinking men students, the Cooperative Living Organization is home at the university. Thrift is their heritage. Two de- cades ago, Dr. Ioseph R. Fulk gave in trust to the founders, a large tract of property. Today, the members are masters in the art of beating the high cost of living, as well as of experiencing the benefits and satisfactions of brotherhood. Such brotherhood stems from mutually solving the daily problems of ordinary living, both financial and otherwise. The C. L. O. has grown through the years until it now boasts four separate houses within the organization on this campus. The four houses are a natural for intra-organiza- tion competition of all kinds, particularly sports. From these inside teams come the C. L. O. campus intramural teams. An organization with varied interests, the C. L. O. has meant a good college life to many college students, and will long be re- membered as such. N . 4 X7 W 4 N ' X I 'SY' nf 4 A X M MT f ""'4 ,K -W- 1 'fl Q Q V ,Q "PA, 49 1 , 04 X 4 was A Y fa' 114 'Y f 1 -A Q, A u 1. E f. 'H....N-flyqk 1 -'M N ...rr . H sir! Pr .f b ,, .1 ns" '- . . - Q - T' .Air .Hd 4-9.- qf,-.. ,... . N vi- .. v A R KMM . A 'dl M V Q: A1 ,lf 5 QM, w,,.,.-gp-+ W. W ...yr ., .,K..,,WrA'w .W .v xi 1: W ,N ,'fZ'v.f 'l The Greater Miami Club of the University of Florida is another term tor SERVICE, Service to the university, to the Dade County students and to our alumni association. The organization this year planned and carried out a varied program in conjunction with Miami Alumni Club, tor those students who traveled to Miami for the Gators' game there. Hotel facilities were provided, as well as parties, parades, and a dance. The organi- zation acted as liaison between Miami and the Florida Blue Key Speakers Bureau. Booster tags were sold for the university athletic fund, a part of which goes tor an athletic scholar- ship to a worthy Miami student. Officers of the club are: Kytle William, Presidentg Bernie Freed, Vice President, Elaine lslcin, Secretaryg Barney Shirley, Treasurer. GRE ER MI lVII CL . PETER CLUB OFFICERS Bob McDermott ..,....,...............,,,. ,,............. P resideni Al Roberts ..,.,......,. ...4....., V ice President Phil Wallbaum .....,,. ........... S ecretary Leon Sellers ,,.,....... ,...,...... T reasurer Members of this club believe that friendships formed here with students irom the same city will be of vital use after graduation. To cement the ties, the club operates a social program and a working program. Highlighting the social program was the spring vaca- tion dance at the Pasadena Country Club in St. Petersburg, with a floor show provided by members. Combin- ing work with play, another dance was held on campus to raise funds for the scholarship which the club is sponsoring. Also on the Work agenda is the development of a strong alumni association, and an orientation pro- gram for new home-town students. MILITARY PW-In 4 i .4 5 sr K. - B 'N .fwife W fm , 'QA .,. , 5 Nu. 'x ,Bl adv , Q ' ws. N 15' Q. s, SWG - Q.. wa an -5 y N N, +-. K ,Q , es W mi , W .H I ww 4.2115 4 5.512nfAigL.'f'- ,gf . gi - - , M mm, fw ff E12 ,M rg, ,A ,. y ,6q.?3iYQ Q?ffmtgL-5,g, 3Fr'kziq :Wh -YE" Mk: 114 ' -13 KW? iffkvf , ,-4-..b:.r:frTff ' . A-.Ag ' 1:-ef4'-'ww ' jsvlggf'-ff , I ,. v-'SM K -n.uq,.4 --Q , .W ,gs .-.55 '1 K - -sc-1 MILITARY THE CADET CORPS -.- ,. The day is Thursday andlthe weather is invariably sunny. The bugle blows at 2:45 and it is'drilI time again. With upperclassmen acting as cadet officers, as non-vet- eran Freshman and Sophomore class commence their weekly mili- tary maneuvers. S. O. P. was changed this year when the air forces and ground forces were separated with independent cadet colonels. ,anvfval-will V 1 FIRST BATT ALION INFANTRY Julian Clarkson, Commander, loft to right: li. . Cassidy, C. Guinn, W. Nliddlmnas, J. Register, Company Commanders. SECOND BAT IALION 4 ARI. ILLILRY Charles W. Wofford, Commander, left to right' D. Douglas, A. W. Sikcs, T. E. Denmark, W. R. V Wofford, Battery Commanders. " . ', ' ,Mgt Q4 l"lllS'l' SQllADliUN --- Alli Tlionms C. Nlaufllonald, Commander, left to right: W. 0. Boozor. li. C. Johnstm, J. J. Lopez, A, F, Crihlmet, li. J. llzunilton. lfllglil Commanders. ly SECOND SQUADRON--AIR B Thomas L. Henderson, Commander, left to right E. W. Revels, J. L. Norris, B. A. Swingle, M. B F rumkes, C. A. Pena, Flight Commanders. THIRD BATTALION-TRANSPORTATION Charles lVlcKeown, Commander, left to right: B. Overton, H. Howell, H. White, B. A. Bittan, Company Commanders. The air forces were under the command of Cadet Colonel Leon Handley while the ground forces, still subdivided into infantry, field ar- tillery, and transportation corps, were led ,by Cadet Colonel Wayne Sargent. The Professor of Military Science and Tactics was Col. George S. Price with Lt. Col. Ioe Gillespie of the air forces second in command. BEGIMENTM. STAFF UFFICI-IBS REGIMENTAL COMMANDERS AND STAFF Front: Wayne Sargent and Leon Handley, Cadet Colonelsg second row: N. B. Downey, M. Criser, R. W. Saults, L. Savage, J. A. Cowert, N. D. Jester, R. S. Mogorosky, J. Fernandez, -'. 5 -lf' wil? g... 'F.v'w,,g- f". .".lZf.h:i... jk -f , . , ,9.'.'f'Q'.w'1:"'1C,L4v -Q., ...Lf- 4 i - . A ,.- ' --M "fp '11, f . -..":",'1:":"':2jYC":r,0-.k?f1i?'.!Jwi- ' X ',.. f ' , ,V 4-fn. " 11. A - li -....gx'., 7., 4 9:64 .w2.1pLW'- , , '.:f""'L, . . . . Tw :' will f4"f5.:. .- THE PERSHING lilI"l.lQS --- OUR CRACK DRILI. TEAM In 1950, our lull.ite-lzelniatcrl platoon was composer! entirety of freslmwn. 5, THE HIGH COMMAND PERUSES A BUl.LE'I'lN Z- 238 'S MH- , VY. YLEQ5am?y:f A P-51. FOR Alli IVORCIQ CAlJl3I'I'S Communications, fillIIl.tlIiSlI'llli0II, and Supply is their duty. Lt. Col. J. C. Gillespie, Professor of Air Science and Tactics, am! Col. George S. Price, University Military Coordinator. TRANSPORTATION CADETS INSPECTING A JEEP The T. C. is our newest University m,ilitary unit. I- - ,1- -...., ,.-. . W, . ,,,. WML. . ,, uv 1-. , ,"'.,. ','.. " - 4- 4..4.....,..'... .xJm,, . . ,Q .4 ,.,,,,.. .H .- .e,,.,,.. 1 :.,,,H ' ,A---'L,,f.: . ' m.-A -""r- . NM . V- -.fry ,l , .,,,....M,,M Vw 1 Q , . I, , , V n A g we- -- ee L - ' A gf E'1fA'.1.,.x' f, ' '2'?'1i'f-'7lSw.w44 -- all DRY ,RUN ON A 105 1VlIl.Ll1VlE'l'ER ig guns are the Hbabiesu of the Field Artillery. , sx x 'CA . 9 DRAWING RIIVLICS FROM 'l'lIl'I ARMORW Our CIIIHIIIIIS lmnslx one of Ille largest RUTI. units in the firrzf AFIIILV area. o 4 X QY , -4 ,' , , I rj! 3 A I I, PA l , INIVANTIKY CADETS STUDYINC NOMENCLATURE The recoilless rifle-a great new weapon. WE CALL l'l' MADNESS ---- THEY CALL l'l' DRILL Taking ll break before 'ifalling in". ...-pi-"' Q -4.---7 .-..,4-Q f"'sv ' AICRIAI, OliSENVA'I'lON Ol" l"llf1I,lJ All'l'll.l,EKY AC'l'IVl'l'Y .N KH Furl Bragg, lnruleuvers for rookies. 'I'IiANSI'OR'l'A'l'lON CORPS CADETS I,I'1AV,E A 'l'liOOlf' SHIP Sl?l?l'll3'.f the real Lhing in New York harbor. SHOCK PRACTICE FROM A JUMP TOWER Forty feet looked mighty high at Fort Benning 'Y .,.C , ,Y.C, ' he-un.. . . h 'L-1.1 - ,X 4 A 0 yy. .IN ' ul THE INFANTRY FLOATS A JEEP Maneuvers in Georgia streams. X SUMMER cAMP . 1 VISUAL ACUITY TESTS AT FORT EUSTIS T Six busy weeks for Tl'6lIISlIOI'lllli0lIf troops. J Pai L GREEK dingy -'-d-,,..-7" ' .u ,.feY" nam fvuwfyk lf :ff-fg""'-2" ff' X X HN 1 ff! X SS ooo 000000 px HHAAAAQA FLORIDNS TER Bernard Shiell, Pi Kappa Alpha ...............,................,..,........,...,. President lim lames, Siqma Nu ................,......... ......,. V ice President Don Nichols, Sigma Chi ...,..,..............,.. ,.,....,...... S ecretary Henry Kittleson, Sigma Phi Epsilon ,...,,..,.,....................,....,..,...... Treasurer Alpha Gfimrrw Rho ...v...... ...,.............,.................. I ohn Scussell Phi Delta Theta ,....,......,.................. ........ W orley Brown Alpha Tau Omega ........ ........ B uddy Campbell Phi Gamma Delta ......... ......... H ank Hendrie Beta Theta Pi .............. ........ I ack Rogerson Phi Kappa Tau ........... ....... G . C. Purdue, Ir. Chi Phi --..--.-.......... .Dick Simmons Pi Kappa Phi ............, ....... B ill Gillespie Dell!! Chi -.....iv.......... ..... I im Hartley Pi Lambda Phi ,.....,.,.,... ........ B ob Beskind Delta Sigma Phi ...., Delta Tau Delta ....... Kappa Alpha .........,. Kappa Sigma ...,,,,.... ........Iim Fokes Iohn Crawford ..........Bill Mahaffey Mac McGehee Lambda Chi Alpha ....... ....,... K en Major Sigma Alpha Epsilon ......, .,...... Tau Epsilon Phi ..,...... ..l-larry Mahon .......Bernie Freed Tau Kappa Epsilon ........ ..,.... Theta Chi ..................... Zeta Beta Tau ...,,,... .Manuel Valles ............Ioel Wells ......l-luqo Spitz l Melting pot of interfraternity ideas, suggestions, gripes and criticism-seli-governing fraternity ex- ecutive legislative, and judicial bodies in one group -the Interfraternity Conference oi the University of Florida. Each fraternity elects one man to represent its interests and to make decisions which will affect that fraternity's actions. This representative meets with the representatives of the other fraternities to write the rules for rushing, to plan the university's big social weekends, to send a representative to the National lnteriraternity Conference convention, and to perform any other duties which may fall within their jurisdiction. The IFC provides a common meeting ground on which two fraternities with differences may iron out their difficulties. Since the conference is com- posed of members voted by the fraternities, every fraternity is bound by the lFC's actions. By the same token, since the IFC is the creation of the various fraternities, the IFC is bound to do the will of those fraternities. These representatives are an outstanding group of men, being picked by their various organizations to best represent these organizations in a diplomatic manner. FR TER ITY CO FERE CE lt is the purpose of the Iunior lnterfraternity Conference to build a better relationship between the fraternities and the independent meng to main- tain and further throughout the student body a sense of duty toward our universityp and to build among the pledges of the various fraternities a conception of interfraternity feeling, in preparing them for the assumption of future responsibilities as contributing members of the interfraternity society. Throughout the past year, the Ir. IF C sponsored many programs on our campus. During the Homecoming weekend the Ir. IFC took part in the Gator Growl by putting on the beautiful match lighting spectacle. ln November the Ir. IFC took charge of ticket selling for the campus- wide Fall Frolics weekend. In December the conference worked in conjunction with the IFC and Panhellenic in sponsoring a Christmas party for two hundred underprivileged Gainesville children. The Ir. IFC is comprised of one representative from the pledge class of each social fraternity. JR.IF Robert Ellyson, Phi Gamma Delta ........ ..................President Lee Baseman, Beta Theta Pi ...................... ........ V ice President John Bethea, Alpha Tau Omega .......,........,...... .............. S ecretary lohn Woodward, Sigma Alpha Epsilon .......... ......................... T reasurer Alpha Gamma Rho ,.... ....... Ioe Cantey Pi Kappa Alpha ......., ...Art Permenter Chi Phi ......................,... ......... B ee Walton Pi Kappa Phi ......, ..l-loward Kerry Delta Sigma Phi ......... .............. I ack Heflin Pi Lambda Phi ..... .....,.,.. B ob Hurwitz Delta Tau Delta ........ ............. D ick Goodrum Sigma Chi ............ .... M errill Moore Kappa Alpha ........ Russell Bogue, Ir. Sigma Nu ..,....,......,.... Gene Spellman Kappa Sigma ......,. ..........., D avid McCain Sigma Phi Epsilon .....,.,. ...,,.., B ill Thempgen Phi Delta Theta .....,., ........ E arl Dukes Tau Epsilon Phi ......... .,..,4,,, D emits Gitlin Phi Kappa Tau ,.,......,.........,,.,..,.,.........,.,,....,.............,..,..,.... Roy Evans Zeta Beta Tau .......... ,,.,,,,, S tephen CGI-m . A 3' I I . Y 4 y 'FVV , -r , K 2 5 7 . I J A 1 l v n ,J If K I I t .I ' - ' '- I ' I, 4: 1 ' N ' ml ' ly ' .. -A A . gg K RQ, F - Q .4 , .L 17 V- , K X I C I 3,1 I V V N.. C.. i if X :E I.-Q. .I . I-M c I I '11 ' -.Mi 1 . ,TL ,,,, W,,7E.AA . ... . 1 X A if ' 'irkfffh ' . Zgfgzi, f.g.3Qif?git it I ' r n .p. 'wiki-' it . faftfii .Q ' . . f . 4. . N ' -. ' .7 y Q ci ' 8 . 1 . V K ., Y K kk Y U ' X M gf X If 'L' Yr F ' I ' if ' X . ' ' " I . M sin I . I 'F " "M - ' F " t':'.f"4: 'V ' ,7---g-1-ul: ' A " ' 'Gif 1.32 2 N ., , I I fi , I F ' ag I -. 'I 2 , 1 2 -W A - -... - I , 0 - :' axial . : - .,. K 7535.555 . I I, 1 6 K. f Vz.!.,?,-mg , .QA A ,fr . I I. 5 4 ,L R sgfyl b,.,ii.VQ1.Q I I s L... ' . .. I V3 fi' 1 I - f fiifsf ' I ff' ' ' f ' . I . ..f5.5f?fi' - ' ,-,Ii ' iff . ' 'I' W. I I . It ' .. I -I A I, i i I . n , 1 I I 'FN-F' ww' ' I -if I I 'V ' - I " 2 ?"i'Ltl4 Q f . fdfffll, ' - I ', it - WJ,,j' ' 1 .I I ij 51 1 - Q A I, f . l fi, -xt I 4- I sf .f I 1 wr ' ' ' . . ft I if - all ' 'ii' ' - I I . , - I . I Q 5-I 'f l' V y A . . 1 " ' N5 'Q Y' w . ,Em K m fg: 4 fm. ' 4. .J L, .- V , . . K 5 . g 'H f - ,I ' "I 'I , 'WI - -. is ff I " 'T " 'V "Will Q' -iI'I ANSI I I A , U , A . - Barden. C. Brubaker, G. F. Burnett, F.. D. Burnett, G. W. Burkhalter, J. C. Caney, I. T. Conner, D. E. I Harris. G. M. Hernden, M. H. Huggins, R. Ioiner, O. L. Iones, L. G. Iones, R. F. La Mar, G. A. 5' ' 'S McNutt, R. H. Powers, I. C. Roberts, R. F. Schee, L. B. Scussell, I. I. Simmons, G: A. Simmons, I. L. ." ,, Strickland H. W. Tolar, R. L. Trotter, L. G. Trotter, L. R. Vaughn, L. C. Wallis, C. T. Westberry, R. C., .. I gt ff .iff I ,tr Y. Anderson, W. L. Haddox, I. A. Muraro, L. I. Stephans, R. W. Zey, F. P. This year brings the 25th Silver Anniversary to the A. G. R. farmers, the enthusiasm is pos- sessed, if not the silver . . . First week of school . . . the brushes struck, and the green wave hit the interior, with pantie pink on top . . . we take with the fashions . . . Gay quotes . . . "Snag tooth" Westberry . . . "take off Fall Frolics . . . hay loft and bales . . . Santy Claus Hall puts the make on Mama Davis . . . one baby goat in the phone booth . . . Georgia- Florida fracas . . . gathering of the clans at the Roosevelt . . . hilarity . . . Hoseah udancer' leaves . . . Scooter Sue in hot pursuit . . . . Ralph "digger" Iones, Sniffer Smith in their corrupted rendition of the Inkspots . . . Woodward and McNutt, Wrasslin' delux in the suite . . . Plunder Tolar, plays plumber . - '-so , on Q1 'Bw' ' ' 1-Brin them glassesl" . . . journey to Copa City by Cantey . . . "l've found a home, boys" 'kg . . . front porch . . . "look at that, would you!" . . . we've got a view now . . . that inevitable week . . . "What's funny scum?" . . . fting-a-ling said the bellsl . . . Homecom- ing . . . new faces and old.. . . three a. m. decorating . . . carpentry, curtains, and LaMar interior . . . white spray and Burkhalter exterior . . . Gator Growl . . . it fell over and got busted . . . fireworks . . . dixie cupped gator . . . 244 . . . Fat boy in the yellow shirt Barden buys us a truck . . . Darlington out for water plays fire drill, too . . . Vaughn sports . . . creates society in Kansas City, shocks society here . . . Cotton amused at Bertha's . . . Alachua Kid Keller knows the road . . . Conner politics in Bradford county . , . Blue Key and Hall of Fame to Noble Mogul Iohnson. I -mf- 4. , . ,A S Q 4-'fu wt e Q R Q9 Cotton, W. R. Logan, W. H. Skipper, I. Williams, C. R ff ' 3:5 QI! A. ' '- 254 ' ' Vi ' I 44- A f PQARQME 'AJR 'W " ' V , - A41 :A A Y 4' .39 :I . ,L 0 E'-: ...fy f - ' f"" ' A "' I - Mr N A. X. ' If-P15 . SI A , . '. -ru ' 1 A J' ' --1 -.I ,,,- 1. 453 A I- ii.-. 1' ', I' "Aff '. S f 'n .l - -v V t - I.. r ' ' ' 'U 44 . F 4. ,Ja My ' 4 'H ' Y 'Y 4. 'A -Q 4Tx.f'4f 'S-16 . 4 ' ' !"a" f' Mff ' ' Ibis. .A af I 5 - Q , All Il ' ' . W ' ' 5Pf,:.'.. ' I wax .aa A ,AAIQAQYZE Davis. H. A. Douqlcxs, I-I. C. Dowling, B. I. MUNI, M. I-I Morriss, I. E. Moody, I. R. Smith, C. Williams, Smiih, I. B. Snead, W. F. Willis, I. Y. Woodward, M. G. Y Taking a break. LPH AMMA RHO ALPHA CHAPTER 1925 . 47 1335. 6 I S V ' 1 E. rw I QE" , 'A PRESIDENT . A3wj,Qf.Qif SANDY JOHNSON .V X .N A 3.5. . ' wbjikxafx New AGR 'Mule Train. A' E .Q :Qui I 1 ...R .Ts-.M ., Aww ,ggkgu l r ' , . . . . www '.' . . . 4:5 H + 4' . U . ' . , I v ' ' 1 1 . '- f . 1 '. -p 5. - ,' fini? w-ff'f1.'Z.'i.La I. V4 , 1i,5-,1-vim-5 f' "1'w'f+ vi " ' t' - Km: 5' ' "f9f"aq:' 'I' 'fwofw "f'? "' X' xZ3'43Q5!H N' "','f,y,N,.:. .9 ,If .x.L,w.,.,.-L,.,1.4A I " ,.bfgQ3'4.2 I -I -"Q H, fr 1 A ,A H 'I' ,.,- gf QQ--Sw,y7xQAv. -5 L, gm- I ' L 'hkkxxga 'g..'w?ff'N 'fMfI'1I- ' ' '2' ww. i 'S 'I . - f . . '-g1,q..,f.hgM5fKfff - Making a Gator. Q '25, - 1 qv ALPHA OMEGA CHAPTER 1904 rf' A A I We . ll u Y, I , - 4 5 PuEsIm2N'1' ,K Aff M. W. 0vEus'r1iE13'r .55 ,A . L 1 ' I ws' 'ls . J .G I' Q .. 'I A? R 4 I wbfw: it -'mi ,-' T' . IF " 5 :a . W' A4 A I' . . I . .1 , +451 , '. I Ati, Lf", W: M J., fgnf.-uf A new mural for the Hlzotelf, I I r . I I Patio relaxation after the game. f X a A, I MQ , ' n 1 wtf' vw' . I N! . 5 . .i Abboti, C. W. Adams, I. Q. Adcock, L. N. Brown, T. R. Bums, C. B. Ccxllison, C. P. Dunn, I. M. Ecxsterlinq, T. C. Ebersole, R. P. Glover, N. G. Grimes, S. H. Gruetzmcxcher, R. I. Iczckson, W. L. Kay, A. I. Kennedy, G. L. McNeill, L. Nesmith, C. T. Newman, R. H. Register, I. C. Hitch, C. O. Robertson, D. W. Trcmthcxm, T. S. Turner, L. H. Turner, R. L. Vandy built it, the Gators used it. .if 1 Q t . d P ky. I . , y A F I df, ' I 'M' ' t-vw L... will ' t 4 3 1 . 19... . . qs- W in V V , ,,, .xc 4 Q 4 H I A . - . - ' Q , , A-W - -v. 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Keating, R. B. Hellinger, F. R. Hemenway, A. H. Hoffman, A. L. Howell, D. C. Hunt, H. R. Italiano, N. A. Kutrow, I. R. Lanier, D. F. Lathrop, E. C. Llnqle, G. A. Mabie, I. R. Maharrey, I. Mumby, F. W. Mumby, R. C. McDougal, R. D Overby, L. A. Parks, R. I. Phillips, C. T. Phillips, H. B. Pierce, F. E. Platt, F. H. Pohl, P. E. Purcell, E. I. Richardson, L. A Rase, A, E, Rowe, B. L. Schultz, K. N. Shearouse, G. M. Smith, R. K. Smith, W. C. Spicola, I. G. Stambaugh, I. P. Taylor, I. H. Van Auken, F. M, Wakeling, T. S. Walton, W. P. Ward, W. D. Warren, A. Ill Watson, I. W. Watson, W. H. Whitcomb, G. Wilson, I. B. Brothers Pittman and Pattillo giving out with bright games keep the spirits flowing . . . C. I. I-lardee smiles and happy words to rushees . . . rush week heads Florida Blue Key . . . "Twas the night ending with fine crop of pledges . . . putting them before Frolics and all throught the house" . right to work on Homecoming decorations screams "sophomore night" . . . Fall Frolics . . . Brooks, Murphy and company took first QQL'JR?0 and we party again . . . Frolics highlight in skit competition at Gator Growl . . . fire- gmift mg is the minstrel . . . Iane Sharp is queen crackers in the upstairs hall start the war . . . Brother Smith swoons the coeds when stories going again . . . we decide to go into di v e ' we serenade the sororities . . . the Christ- the frog leg business by capturing a few of mas eggnog party . . . sororities entertained the monsters in the basement pool . . . Greutz- each Week with a dinner-dance . . . spring slump macher, Godwin, and Montsdeoca shine on the . . . spirits lifted for Spring Frolics . . . exams gridiron . . . backyard brawls after the home put an end to it all. 247 . if 3 52359 ",LY7fl-'FTW' ff"t3"'l'ftF'3'3'5 . t,f.,g,f:i:?. ,,,, A ww' . ' ' if P -- " ' - ','Q'1f'- M .' li 1 1 1 ' ' 1 ,s- . i A 5 - in A -w T A 'Q ,,. . 4 K .- k, ' - .Q g f J "7 he ,' in., . it a. . tm: ' it -Af'-tw-X? 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'r f ' 'L ' ' ' A v , A- ' xi I . -A Af , l i X. r . A 'D ' i I . V Carter, I. W. Davis, C. E. Dawkins, P. R. Q' A ' i' if Kyechtinq, R. E. Lewis, I. A. Lewis, R. H. . . A A ,A ' Peeples, E. E. Pruitt, C. W. Rich, R. G. 4.-.u-If L Z.: S.. V ri ' A. . A 4. M ' . -. - mf., , .' A . f ,V Q5 i A f- 13? 'T gf 5 4- T ' -9 ' - .A ""' ,fi ' ..- ' Q ftili ' 1. llf' - A . . 'f J 'C' -A-if s is A T x it , 'X X Bartnett, R. E. Basernan, L. T. Perron, D. S. Boyles, T. A. Boardman, R. E. Bullen, D. R. ll Every, R. M. Gardner, W. E. Goethe, E. K. Hamblin, M. C. loseph, E. B. Kullmar, K. D. Mathews, I. S. North, R. P. Owens, T. A. Pappy, W. C. Parker, R. V. Farmer, I. Strauqhn, I. E. Strauqhn, H. E. Taylor, K. R. Thomas. H. B. Todd, C. E. Williamson, H. L. The Diamond of Beta Theta Pi was carried into every phase of campus activity by those never to be forgotten by their brothers . . . Sleepy Ed Davis and the inevitable coat with the bottom button buttoned . . . Big Bill leading the chapter, the singing, and the Ag Fair . . . headed for the upper forty q .f. . lack Straughn . . . Erd from the Vil- lage . . . insert: Does a jalome hydro- phobilize . . . lack Rogerson . . . Iohn Carter . . . others never to be forgotten . . . the Rose lit Qu-. BGR Reid and Parker at Fall Frolics . . . Harrell at Spring Frolics . . . kudos to the Reid, Lewis, Davis, Sherwood, Rose, Matthews, and B. Brown office parties . . . Can You Name the Fraternity . . . insert: what is a jalorne . . . President Earl Peeples taking over the chair of Big Bill Rose . . . Herring following in Rogerson's footsteps . . . B. Brown as the happy his- torian . . . glorious trips to the country in the famous blue machine of Paul and Byron .. 'il' A. . fx QU: lg Q 4xf1i'Fl.Vl light of the Diamond and Three Stars shone on the intramural teams . . . Manager Hagan brought touch football and bowling trophies to the mantel . . . placed among the little cups without the handles . . . the new color of the living room, game room, and dining room . . . 248 . . . Parker to Norway . . . Paul and Gunner got to go . . . Clarence Todd escorting Elmo out the back door . . . B. Brown training for the Olympics.. . . Baseman, the man with the word . . . the transformation of the office into the office . . . Casbah Capers-Arabs Rich, Peeples, and others . . . Call it a day. Q rg i BET. THET PI A i A i ' ' GAMMA XI CHAPTER 1930 9 Q .1 . 4' 5 E 1 . 1. W 2' 'f ANU. W. - A , ' lx 1' . ' PRluSIDluNl X ,J W. N. liflblu A 'Aj' jf A ' .3 . ' .Ayr L , ,A , ' A-.. 1 I ' ' : ' K . fm- . 51+ ' I 'N Q g ' ' X' . 'fx in 'if ,LJ f - A A A f Win A f Dickinson, I. H. Drury. F. V. Ellison, N. M. Lewis, s. M. Lonq, R. s. Mabry, G. E. Roqerson, I. T. Schultheis, G. R. Stebbins, R. G. I ' Wlbgffi ' I When. Sherwood smiles--everyborly smiles. Q ' ' X Vi 5 Playmates J Parly time, M illie. , 1 , , .,,..,...,...,..,.......-....... .. , ,, ,,.,..,,...,,.....-,,, CHI PHI 'lf , if 5: I .ld l Qf:?,e7 ALPHA. DELTA CHAPTER 1935 ' ll ' l V' 5 ffzzfsf il l 4 L A l i -154' Q , ,yr K QW" ' A ww We . . . PliESIDEN'I.' 5' R. THAMES .. A ...A ii . . , Q l ,l A - .. 2 . , ,ffg I ', L2 5 ls r I .W .g,..,l.,-,,, ,A L A " A ' ' , r U 1 ll J. 4 Q G l ff: .wells ' f '4 . ,- X ll ' 1 li ll l . Q H . ' ll W " 5 rl! M WV' ' . 3 A , l I. V . Assume the position, pledge. ' l l , . i' 1 - 3 fl " Q ,N N ' la -J" HQ. 5' , ,F . X .- Akl ' I I . l fl l , l l 1 Allen, S. D. Boker, R. W. Bcxxler, L. H. l-lcrcxs, C. W. Husseler, C. Hodges, F. S. . uf A Murphree jam session. Chow time Novo-ir, W. B. Stovall, l-l. H. Pennisi, A. G. Sturrup, R. M. Pennisi, I. L. Vcruqhn, P. Y. fa., K .1 .I ' , ..J'R'h"'I,'.iW 4 W: . . 5 r' ' 1 f 'N Q I' 1"- I ' w - c . . F.. Vp, e.,.,,. 1,1 F 'H gr' .Wilt e ' F a 'Q I ea, L . 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U V .X Y Q X , I , Q - I I 1 r Davies, F. I. Downey, N. B. Fuqe, H. D. Gardner, H. H. Gilham, H. L. Grinnan, I. A. fmlx Maxey, I. D. Melohn, R. P. Moore, D. D. McCall, I. D. Mclfver, A. I. McGill, O. I. I -' Is Saults, R. W. Seepe, W. H. Shirley, B. V. Simmons, R. G. Sladon, R. B. Spurlock, I. M. I . Z 72 , 5' 4 ' 1 I 1 7' I .fly . It f w , W ri , - - .f I 1 ,. AI I .1 3 b ' I f . , I I s ' W . 4 " x , Byrd, R. E. Dodson, B. C. Linnekuqel, L. I. Mauqans, I. W. Postle, G. L. Rosenvold, Ft. C. Wilkes, W. E. Wright, G. W. The absence of these "battle hardened" veterans . . . Competent younger brothers take over the offices . . . Even though the grades, among other things, ran high this semester and We won our annual basketball trophy, we haven't missed a party, so--lest we forget: Maxey, the drinking scholar . . . "Slicks," Downey and McIlwain . . . "Bashful Bones" moved out of the house, the noise was too much for him . . . Bro. Vaughn gone steady . . . Well, B. E., how did you do tonight? . . . The "Green Wiener" Club membership is growing now that many of the boys are going steady . . . Winkie made like Arcaro, but it was only a hobby horse . . . Poor "Death" slept through class again . . . I move We buy a hot Water cooler . . . C. S. Hasseler, the slave driver . . . Big Iack Kim- brough, "Marie, of Marie" . . . For better pledges, bigger fish races . . . "Blue Key" Simmons is at it again, Brothers, watch your best girl . . . marriage of the year . . . the "Veep"p romance of the year, "V" Ron and Christine . . . It looks like Whitfield is going to finish this semester . . . Bro, Simmons' sack . . . But Mother Green, I don't like fish . . . it looks like Brother Whitfield is going to finish this semester. 251 -a . ,,- E it , 4 -- 4 4 f J W-an tr 4 ' 4 X , q 4g 1 "' 1. .-I . Q ' .." ' -Q. 1f 4 ,MEN 4444 -,Q4 444 . - 4 f ,. A ! 4 l II l I . 4 l 4 . 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'11 . , , .AL '?fxf:5,s1 I' flffzy P f ,', n e 5 'A 41 ' . , gf ' .4 'lf t 4 if .. ' 1 I - I ' V 2, ' Q' , I' 1 11. if ' Rf, jr lf' ' ' N-. I ' I ,iw . , , . . " 1 - 1 ., M A if .g l .I . Adair, I. L. Aden, I. I. Allen, R. S. Arango, E. R. Barker, I. E. Davies, B. T. - Cadrecha, C. W. Callaway, P. T. Davis, R. A. Dewberry, D. Deland, G. V. Desiderio, R. I. Dion, R. A. Dutton, R. F. Dutton, R. S. Fickling, I. M. Hartley, I. M. Henderson, F. P. Hall, I. D. Humphries, C. C. Iohnson, P, E. Iohnson, R. A. Iohnson, P. E. Kina, I. T. Lowe, I. F. Markett, F. S. Meyer, I. W. Mosteller, C. E. Mumford, A. R. Newsom, M. G. Palenuis, G. Parker, W. R. Sicleris, I. I. Smith, K. Snaidman, W. C. Steele, W. E. Swiceqood, T. I.. P.'Thayer, N. K. Waqner, E. E. Whitcomb, H. W. 252 Had a meeting last night . . . decided there was no peace for the Delta Chi house this year . . . not with Roberts' firecrackers . . . Meyer's rug . . . the Battle of the Bands at the Cabaret Pari- row . . . with Barker's gooseneck lamps . . . received ninety-nine honorable mentions despite Beta jinx . . . Mother Reyes plans annual Mother's Day pro- gram . . . Mumford makes R.O.T.C .... the sienne . Muckin and Mitchell . . . Toadfish W ,Q , younger generation takes over . . . study hall . . . Carolina in the morning . . . potatoes in QQ904 replaced by scholarship . . . the blood bank the potatoes . . . red walls . . . but that's the QLQMO and the fencing expert draw blood . . . but way the ball bounces . . . and then functions 990092 forget it . . . Uke Vensel expects marriage and . . . Frolics . . . Georgia-Florida game victory celebration . . . B.A.Q. and T .... Homecoming with Peter, Argyle, and Gube Ruleberg cartoons . . . partying soon to be in new house on fraternity the family . . . Ioe thinks it's a bed of roses . . . Sludgie and the flying saucers . . . chess succeeds where canasta failed . . . Desi elected to quell riots . . . let's end it all! 6 ,4 -4 - 4 1 Z- 44 ' it ' WT r K U., A .f. I l " , . . ' , ti. it l If l t'fi"'3r 4 42 l , 1 Q l . . , ' 1 X Canton, I. N. Field, S. E. Lasseter, H. O. Pettruzelli, M. M T. ' l .1 Q .-.aw 2 l f t DELT CHI Y CHI DELTA CH V .mg . t . .wx ll: 4'-' , 'P"' tt. Kiyx lf 'ttf "'71 " ll . 1 , -l N ' at ' 7.1 ' f "5 ' l ff: Q31 Eh V , ll. ""' Q, ff. 0. .. . u fbi. Lt- .ff . il l X X Qustetluno, P. CQ-lllmrl, E. A. Chandler, A. K. FO1qer,G.M. Glllelle, H. E. Haley, l. c. I-90, C. R. Lightfoot, O. 4K. Lissenden, I. C. Richards, P. S. Roberts, W. G. Sibol, I. L. Our 4'Ru.be Goldberg" di rlnft help the Gators. l , mv! W A GY-no-4 alla, w fn, My .N 1 ,ul mn anugn lun' N val .uw U gow 1 tl CP . OR PRESIIJt1IN'I' gi, ' 1 at - if X . APTER HB6 . .l. I.. N ' l tILlCl.I. X A . Split slalfrls in Ill 0 fron! row. 1 p ansv f lm F011 1' plcrlga '... W p- . ' mt' ttl -POIUCII, 253 Lifix-L Q," I 4 'E KH , Q., LN. A . sa , n- 5 V I ' K! .hxifv V., , W. 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Morgan, R. L. Morgan, W. T. Morison, I. S. O'Neil, P. D. Parker, R. E. Parker, R. G. Phifer, I. H. Risley, I. S. Sheppard, W. A. Sincere, H. T. Sistrunk, G. W. Taylor, G. L. Teed, F. A. Trinkle, I. R. Trice, W. Turvaville, L. I. Wells, I. G. Wells, L. A. Williams, T. E. Athletically, the Palm Beach "mermaid", Fred Teed, performed for Coach Frank Genovar . . . Em- mett Bittick cavorted on the baseball diamond . . . Bill Sheppard hurdled the thinclads to victory weekend . . . Rainbow Queen, Ruth Craft, and Brother Harold Braddy married . . . the television set the nightly adventures of the Lone Ranger which followed . . . Brothers Buest, Godwin, Smith . . . Edgar Iohnston and Harold Burt made X and a few others on their semi-weekly jaunts "Smiling Sam's" task just a little bit easier '11 V to see a Ruby . . . the best float in the Home- - A I . . . . Delt sorority receptions helped cement LQ coming parade . . . the perannual champion- relations between the chapter and the not-so- 'V' ' " ship softball team . . . the hot deck of blue new-any-longer sororities . . . Delta Phi Chap- ter installed in Tally . . . a good excuse for hitting the road and the entire chapter fell for the bait . . . Frolics, the Rainbow Ball, the traditional All-Delt cards . . . Mayberry and his 'sweating spells before a social event . Formals, informals, stag parties, bull sessions and hot politiking interrupted by an occasional study period. 255 - t ' -5 I - ' i . I 12. -. . I ., ,. Q . A Q Q: I QW , ,,. Rx- A. R4 .Q I' 2 l .L I X. 2' 2? Q I' . " Q - 5, ' if 5? ' gr If ,, V . T":v-N5 N ki A ,, ' 'rf t jig- .sl . I 5:7 ' , . V -. X , X f V I i:5..3'f,5g ' . ' , '-'grail . . ':. i "ffl t 1 C ,s 'vt "' 1 . ' , gg. , f if f ff I' ' xi V fmt... ,V ' .' A in ., 'f m me , - . ' we I ' .-if . - ' . X W - . -. , W4 "l , WFGEEI ' ' .A , 77 ' K J !,i:'?al. ,Vi . 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Mfg I .b X V '- , k I '4 lv- ' .. 5 ' I Pkg. .L... ,..,, .' .....1. . . ,i , - - , ' I Beatty, I. G. Beeson, K. H. Beverly, I. G. Bie, C. Bie, N. Bishop, I. F. Bogue. R- 5- l f , " I , Cox, E. P. Debevoise, D. Edwards, C. D. Ellis, W. G. Farrior, R. I, Fisher, K. Ford, H. P. '- A - , N G I' gf ': gg, ' , A ' Hall, H. L. Hallman, W. H. Hardaway, F. Harrell, D. Harris, N. M. Hartley. I. A. Hawes, L. M. 'V I . w 1 , f 5 . QT , P ' , - Iester, N. D. Iohnson, L. R. Kastanakis, H. Kay, R. O. Kelsey, I. A. Knight, I. M. Kynes, I. W- I . an ' - ' I A "uh , 1 Moffett, R. G. Morgan, F. A. Morgan, 'I'. G. Morrison, I. L. Murphy, D. I. Murry, I. N. McNamee, A- . - M I I Rathbone, W. Redman, I. L. Roe, R. I. Reese. F. C. Rogers, W. D. Rosetti, L. C. Roundtree, I. 6 .- 1 ' a. ' Taylor, H. Thompson, I. C. Todd, W. R. Torres, T. F. Turner, W. E. Veley, C. A. Veley, H. I. I .. 2 'Q ' Arango, L. A. Akin, I. W. Atkinson, W. Bakcr, L. D. Bean, I. L. Buck, C. B. Cambell, A. D. Cason, W. M. Czxssels, K. G. Collier, M. L. Gooclson, A. M. Green, E. B. Guy, I. S. Hale, C. W. Hale, E. H. Hogan, W. F. Holloway, L. Hopper, I. W. Howard, H. P. Hughes, A. F. I MacDonald, T. Martin, I. F. Massey, M. C. Mears, W. G. Minturn. L. B. Parramore, A. Parsons, R. C. Phillips, C. C. Phillips, G. E. Phillips, I. W. Stahl, S. S. Stallings, R. N. Stringtellow,P. Stringfellow,W. Tanzler, H. G. t Williams, R. S. Wilson, R. A. Winter, W. C. Yarbrough, C. Yarbrough, H. i Mid-century opened with a bang when the coming float takes a double crcwn, topped with troops captured the horseshoe and basketball Shirley Rhodes, KA Rose, Iune Roberts, KA Rose trophies . . . sad news was sounded that Iose of 1949, beauties Marilyn Overby and Marilyn Mucket is giving up the permanent lease on Weber . . . Lee's birthday celebrated with his room in the mansion after a decade at 0689 a Convivium in real KA st le . . . and 0 I 256 the U. oi F .... strange stillness and quiet exft is that haunted the place when "C-Note" Knight lett to walk the Last Miie down the S560 aisle, and took with him his arsenal of ex- .fe-, e, 0 3+ 3 o naturally, the biggest, bestest Plantation - Ball ever . . . not only did General Sherman bite the dust, but fellow Yankee cohort Iohn Brown got strung up on a sour apple tree plosives . . . the redecoration of the downstairs, during the annual secession . . . chalk up a and the duck pictures that will go down in his- "well done" for "the Cuhnel" Voight's admin- tory, thanks to Rousseau . . . Snazzy Home- istration. -I 1, IJ' - -'EA' . 'N -.1 b .1 - , , A . , J, . E f Q I 762 .1 rg- 1 .I 7, 4 WF I-sr . :N . 5 , A V A .. 4 'J ' ,:"' if Q' 2 5: A 1. ,n , .1 ' 4, 9 Y .4 '-:ff J 1 Y v ' 5, ,V -- . .Q-, . 1 X .II , ' 7 M . fi ,. ,r 1 ,, , .., up A , - ...M -, . -4 'hi iv, .J ,"'fx-5 ,QW I -we ,, N f A11 . V u ' Q bl L 1 r ll l - l 51 ' f , W. - A 1 r' M: E . f l 135. n""A X if - ' 41 , V - -' . Y ki nk ' V l V nw 4 I Q .-V ' , . A T L ' xl A f i fu" , ' 5' ""y ' A2 iff il 1' ' Blimnett, C. W. Brindell, R. I. Brown, W. T. Brycrn, W. E. Freeman, V. A. Frost, L. O. Gay, E. I. Gilbert, R. N. Henderson, O. Henderson,T. I-leyser, R, S. Hicks, W. L. I-izfxrrclde, I. Lloyd, C. S. Long, G. V. Lynch, W. R. McCall, I. K. McNu11, R. L. Nuckols, C. B. Owles, F. G. Sands, T, R. savage, N. o. Smith, T. P. smuhe-rs, R. c. Voiqhf, L. o. Wallis, T. H. wicke , E. F. Williams, A. '.. r i For the mantel, a trophy. KAPPA ALPH BETA ZETA VICE PRESIDENT ...J , 1- CHAPTER 1904 E. D. DREW The r ear guard gets it. A flag, a belle, a true Soul hem spir li. . Yi . , . KAPPA SIG , L DELTA DELTA CHAPTER 1922 A E E 'V ut, Ls-"i. Ll XJ' A 1 'V -ff 'Gif' -... - -4 hi? 'i ,. wx' H I vlclz Pmzslnmwr ,AA 'L .I W. P. LEE . .- ,j :-,fm ' A- vg, . . K .QV 'f' A A A . mn' -mp i f mx A N 4 ' 1.1.3 ' - . .La . V f W1 A f 4 "4n""J , ,:v' 1 A 1 A ' ji A -N . rf , .1 . N W 1 x . A 4 i. . VH- W is Mx :pl . ,4 Red roses for a Queen. A gif . -C", . h X Alben, F. Burley, C. M. Bcxrnhill, C. E. Dusher, L. S. Davis, C. C. Davis, I-I. L. Horner, I. H. Houhcz, R, W. Huber, A. C. Lindelow, C. W. Mineur, L. O. Minecxr, N. L. McGahee, C. C. McGriff, P. T. McMillan, I. D. Seitz, I. I. Shedrick, I. W. Sims, A. T. Weaver, M. E. Webster, M. S. Whiimore, F. E- nb, 258 We werenft really posing. Kick-off lime. y . u.. it 4 5 ' ' L is I I l zj.. ' A-in so I - I A 1 ' 1 . I4 ' r ' g J ' . - ' g 4 4l'. .N 'F -' . Q 'Pug .ia f tvx V5 , 5' Y, Vi . Q i, xg ,M I , -X , ,Q , If '. P 'i 'jfs-'X TT- '57 . R '17 - U" " if 'wi I -2- Leif fr' ni L ---Q in .cf . 45 - W ... 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S .n I H X Q U iw ' . EQSS. W. P. Boris, I. C. Broadfoot, A. R. Bound, A. E. Campbell, I. L. Coleman, I. W. Cooper, H. L. Crump, I. E. Ie'-ldney. A. H. Dewees, L. H. Dickhaus, A. R. Etherinqton, D. P. Fernandez, E. T. Gale, T. R. Gram, Z, C, Harrison' W. T. Igmes. W. G. Iohnson, R. C. Iones, D. P. King, I. D. Kuenqler, E. I. Laird, W. H. Lambert, I. W. Lee, W. E. Moore. W. B. Moser, W. S. Musqrove, C. I. Musqrove, R. H. McCain, D. L. McCall, W. L. McCollouqh, R. MacConnell, C. H. gClNIutt, I. P. Olift, E. A. Patterson, R. Y. Petite, G. T. Preratt, A. L. Rempe, C. I. , Roller, H. S. Roller, R. H. Vgfllh, S. W. Spurrier, W. H. Stevens, R. E. Sweet, R. G. Thompson, T. E. Trafford, R. F. Walker, G. L. Weatherly, C. D. 'll1C1mS. D. L. Williams, G. F. Williams, H. E. Willis, I. E. Wilson, I. W. Wilson, R. L. Winchester, I. Wood, S. C. The tall semester rolled around again finding any pain . . . l'Hell Week" invades K Sig land Kappa Sigma ready and anxious to partake of . . . pledges singing "Okefinokee, here we come." L the usual social whirl of college lite . . . forty Founder's Day Banquet . . . honored by the unsuspecting freshmen vowed a semester of 19,9 presence of the "national wheels" who h h h ll t 9 9 came rolling in . . . Fall Frolics . . . voo- pledge training Registration Blues fgooo doo jungle men . . . savage white queens hit all classes started iootball season XQQQKJQO I . . . dancing and trolicking to a primitive h lled beat . . . we buried our troubles in the ' o l' ot ' re re . . . 'wa rt .-ei their c llege .ite t at W ic a. H l6:bQga?,e'hi2 ' . . . fn lf. fit.-. ... ... uf V' we I 1 0 came and went . . . Kappa Sigs eit er ye themselves hoarse at the game or clustered tropical undergrowth . . . Christmas va- around the radio with feet propped high in grace- cations . . . old year dies, new year born ful repose, while dragging on their favorite cigar . . . we look back with a smile . . . forward . . . "after the game" dances . . . no one feeling with progress. 259 g ig . 'fffi , e ' F ' . ' - I - .w ' 1' . '- - 9 '- X. ,.. .. ,Fo - A I 1 ..+ ,q-g., 'mi 1 if f- .1-" ti' ' I I. J i 'Q' we .-- It ""'. "N 1 'v' t . I 5 Q , 5 f 9 .. I I Le is I if. I A..,,, ' ', f . , f' .-.... f gif' 'M , ,V . F W, 9 .wh . A V . in V- I rg V 1 v.,W X . .I - ' ' .X I ' . H... .. 1, , . I 'Q I 2' .N 11 I ,rl P 1 'W' r H -- ,ix .1 1- ' 3 1' ' 7'1- ,' , .- iw . is A , l A A 'fl A I -1' Q' pr. VI in Q ' f ll ,mi l l lrfiv 4 fn ," 4 x . ' Q, ' . ,, ' g - " ' ,V ff , ' . I I' I ' ., , - , J Y K 1.1" I 1 ' ' ' , BA, V A , . , V 5 'A I fa-,f . w if f y A, I , 1 ,V 5 , 1 I . ,..f A ' ' .... P "' -.ti 691 Q1 A -,Sf .1 K. - - 4 ...LV I 4 l Y: If 1 'r . I MA I ,. Q Y,.v x I . I. W c . L 32-I 'fffvff I -2- -J. 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Fultord, I. W. Goodyear, L. W. Gorman, I. D. Gundlach, W. Handley, F. G. Kushmer, G. E. Lett, M. Y. Tew, I. A. Little, V. R. Major, K. W. Miller, C. E. Moneypenny, C. li. Petersen, R. B. Petteway, W. R. Phillips, F. F. Pickle, C. L. Riherd, P. M. Robey, F. E. Rose, W. W. Stemm, I. D. Thomson, I. M. Toney, R. L. Tyner, R. O. Vroom, D. W. Weeks, C. F. Wallam, A. E. I The ball rolled this year . . . with "General" Smith left on an unexpected trip . . . Money- Don Smith in command, a second-place tie in penny: "l'm not going!", famous last words . . . Homecoming decorations . . . Fife and Pierre Boland, Maddox, and Iughead go for a "ride" after a short knuckle dance in the living 0099 room . . . Founders Day our biggest event make their formal debut during Fall Frolics December rolls around lor local N .. . Q oy . . . what did you say that telegram said, Christmas party . . Ianuary, and the front lawn gets anew hair-do under the direction 1 50 Don? . . . tune up your violins, men . . . second semester news flashes: Hack loses for the pledges, "Hell Week", for the post office, his pin . . . Skip's mysterious romance . . . a one-cent shoe shine stand, with music . . . and Kalaf makes a survey on how cows get retaliation got oft to a grand start, while Don killed on the highway. underprivileged children, gifts from the stag Qgogs Li' . . . and the crowning ol Queen Scherazade ' 8 'Z , 9' of landscape-gardener "Big Red" Daniel . . . 0 I 260 f I 32 ' s X. ff" gl ' 41,1 .X , I I' L+ ,y 'V , W Q AAA 1 ' 1 H' ., R. I 'SM'-, KL ' av' D I h -f., ... V . 1,1511 4, "9 fx 1 I tl, . . '- 'N A x I 'gs-fx . ' f I A ni ' . if W- w f t I ' Q DMX r .N .Q A A j , ' l '. , L0 : K Z. 'ln-rf ' f I .w Dcmiel, R. P. Dirqhulli, s. G. Hfws. R. E. Jones, G. R. gfogd, R. A. Nord, R. H. mlth, P. C. Sims, G. L. x . I 4 X ' '. ...- ww .K es .. k. I -i i f 'A 3: 'V 'V 1, . f ' f 'V . KM . .' by O19 .atm . N Donotelli, F. B. Kulcf, G. R. O'Stee-n, H. E. Stclton, I. S. Here, Gypsy! BD CHI LPH EPSILON MU ZETA CHAPTER 1933 s K' . .1 j . PRESIDENT E' CAlil,'l'0N IVIAIDIJOX Tffiwfm, Party lime! Veil! Veil! , I N. - I A- . . 4 , , if ' -' '11 f' ff ,5'f:4"f.l' .I '- ' 'fa . , gl- W-1. ,- , . -. f J' 1' , x, Inf- V' Z 125.3 W1 . F . , ff A A Srl N, Lx K Lf,Y , M lt ji ' . ui. I' I Q A: PHI DELT THET A A FLORIDA ALPHA CHAPTER 1925 . A 'lf avg ,N - , m " " 'T' ' 5 w9f:rfY lla VICE PRESIDENT N . j JOHN HARRISON h A -X l W V lj, 3 . 1 ' 1 l44L'x.f" N, ""f"F,Vi ---- - A- --- - " ' , X if . l ""A Y I 19? 5 h I 'J' , N L, M ' 7 W- . I ,Rl I. H X Q V 1 ' I- A , .Q , P W 3 .. , ,V , V o X53 l ' 1 . f' . my A. xi. , At Homecoming, a float crowned with coed beauty. 2ii:lSl?'Il"E' gTZiZlg1fk.L'A' ' Hellier, I. R. Huff, W. P. V.. McGuifin, R. F. McKee, I. E. . Lb. ' Ruler, L. H. Robbins, R. I. , A',, 'Za Stringer, H. N. Taylor, I. T. I .'.'A,qN if li' I Oldham, G. G. john. f. Tigert, l'resident Harriman., alul Harvarrt Trophy. ls there a doctor LIL the house? Clarke, R. S. Heindel, W. B. McElvy, G. R. Reed, I. C. Stotesbury, W. B. Zeiher, W. A. and Iones Whipping those cinders . . . Schell . Hgh. ,.glf.55f v-.33 4 " . we .., I - 1-"ff us' 39 1' - 3 V..' ji ff' i' , W ' , 1' -:g, fx'f 4M"..Qv'g' ' . ,M Agwi. I a lf M. . I 'flfqqq " . H . rv' n . iiffw. 'I I WM 'ire P' ' Tl 'I' ' ' " ' '73"".'E1W1Zi r , .-.M..,, , . . .. .iz ...L in -5 JI: ' V4. wh., V 1. ,.V.- -f V V Y' l., ,. ,bf Q. nuff' ' . . W1 ' I 'n ' .. ,ri I ' ,. ggdfx' ' ' , I I I . tivhxisli. . I I f I -f ' . . . gi K and . MVA' X . , . I"' ' . ., Eb ,X .. I I EQ 1 ,Q I ' x mi. . 14 . 5 . g. 3 s .sf '4 . 'I 4 1. . . "A, .. ' I . I A K N ...2 1,5 . Qi. K .: 'V .-L . -- . -H - . .. V - ,,. . . ' Itlrigl If' I S1041 .. rr V ' e V V z I 5 v 1 h Bethea, F. W. Derby. I. B. Humphries, I. McNab, M. T. Robertson, W. Voorhis. H. M. I I I . :ii , QP . 11 I' K 4 Q . , A i . , . , i L 3 . , " V V 'M ., it X MSSQL r fflf I 'Is ... 1 . A. - .mv ,LQ F " . -' ','-Vg. 5 .. -9 "Q 'H f . ', , 1 lr' 'F V , , '1 P . v . ff -' fn. fs. '. I-:-.-IQ 'I .il Y A V !t...W". f I 'V 1 in . . . E -. ' it 1 QM. . E , I ' f a I '5 Nm Hmm ! :. 4 5 IV.. .rpg-I. Q M. y I. 'g m I 'tai' .. . . V. .,.. .1 !1".fI- -' 'fa . -445 V , V' 9' I :self f i X K r " we 4 . .A 1-I. . 1.1 3 , V, " .,. It ,Q z .5 'XP' X . if I I ' 1 'is sw I x mr B. E. Bishop, T. W. Black, R. L. Dart, R. M. Denmark, E. T. Hunter, W. A. Hutchinson, A. R. Pace, R. A. Parker, I- F- Rogers, D. Schell, G. F. Wagner, A. W. Wallace, R. L. Borlinq, I. S. Dlsmore, G. B. Iohnson, L. E. Patrick, M. W. Sexton, R. W. Whitten. l. R. Think back a moment and reflect . . the days of Big Ed and Snake . . . rebuild- ing with newer material . . . the Harvard Trophy . . . Stringer's fish and the storY that goes with it . . . the poker club dis- bands as Cahill and Gaylord abscond with degrees . . . Tiger and Headwaiter HenrY hp-. V 4 I . . , , T T P E -Q . . di ...Y 'ilfmwiifi . K my . . fi . gf . .v lf 4 in . wav-., . :T 4 Y, I P ' I sl Vfyrl-. 'gil ,,q,,. .,.. . lk 'Mfr i- WW I yi. 31 ,. 'S A all J? . Y at ' - f. rg. E . r ,. . I I 1 'V 2, ,. V ,. V., 7 ' 1 Tear .a. 7 I I fi 'IQ s 3 I-A . . V - . fl-I' 'lit I X I 1 .1 I A i .f X I I 1. c "' , ' 3' I.. M .M f x 2 U ' -' it '-3 V I 15V 17 . K -.Mp A h . A 3' .- ' , ..,-5' M. .. , 3 Ml l 1 1,4 f I ii' ,qw H?-.2 . 'il I ",, W V f ' .. IF". if Qtfi fi V' F, 1. .. . 1, . , 11... . no g., . W. S BGA ,, J 'ly .... - A P15-1" ..Q "4" 2 W . A C Q , wmv," it I I I I i ' lx A we if ., r ,. R, .1- 1 W V pg- .S 1 ,.:.z4:,g ' if Vi V I Q .L..-.5.. ...,,..-v........,.-, " I I ! . I .41 I. I Q H .M 1 .. raw' " WMM hp' I T' . I , L . I -' . I - I I I x, . . I Q .-qi, v' I A , . c . :lf-:A 4 ,....,3i iw V is NM. c Y. 'N WI . . 1 rx -.kg Iwvtf ' ml' 'W f . Win.. ' Y ie x ' it, I R f atv' 5. . . ei' . . . . it Vtr, V t, V ,mi S'- ,V i sw . W I NI!!- 'iki I .,, W. V V , V .V M, , 1. -V-,gr . . V." g V ,, ,, . . ' -an ,Vs I I ., I -' ' .- ' i x I I . I Bracken, W. V. Butterfield, R. L. Camp, I. D. Chapin, R. E. Chazal, L. L. Dukes, E. Edmunds, I. F. Ford, A. H. Gallagher, I. M. Hardman, L. E Lester, I. E. Limpus. P. M. Lovell, A. K. Martin. I- R. MCl1'iifl. W- H. Peters, R. C. Pharr, W. B. Pinel, T. H. Pratt, I. F. Price, I. L. Shaver, S. L. Simms, B. A. Smith, I. I. Smith, T. L. Stevens, K. S. White, H. E. Williams, A. D. Wilson, H. C. Winterle. C. I. Yaros, A. E. ee0oe I M mme -, 3 s e? I and Pynchon, after an evening discussion, leave Knob to shovel the room out . . . Aba- gaba . . . serenading with 'IMemories" . . . Famous names come to mind: Smiley and Spook, Mulejaw and Flintheart, Phi Beta Kappa Gaines, Blue Key McCoy, Hall oi still with us . . . Snake and Zeke leave those Fame Rogers, and all the rest . . . the fleeting re- Songs of Sweet misery ringing , , . Bosworth llection passes as quickly as a year in college . . . 263 t 'SSR ' 5- J. A L4 tv.: I Yigt. . L x is Q r' - 'N . 5.1 . ' , -gg-. Z . . Q Rf Q A A 4, , 3 rt Y gi if ff:-X.f in Q L N K V, T' an 1 ' 8 I TR jg W I i Griffin I . A 4 QL., I Q 1 , H, . yd I -. J, Q , X . -ses, P ,, I . . A , 3 te ' . A . 1 , . is ' - ' Y P , If I 1 I I X . 1 - . NK , si, 1 ..- my .+-.,..,. , . .3 t t -. I f' Q ' I N I I V- I I Nr I I - , H' . 7' , sv, tl Q . ii A 2, ' A Q is X' W I ' 'Fw' ' M- - . -' Q. Q I . we ' i, I' Nr ' V: - '- ' if x A' elif We . it Q..-...yr V I . r - . K MJ 1' if PM-4" .. . A, , N V lu .1 I V yu M A 1 4 I . X , . I V ,rv ' A if ' 1,5 " A, - I I su . .4 I I' - --I- f rr w..5:Ag 5, fi. 4 wg' F .1 V. VI K1 ' X 2' A -wr' x , . , . Addington, W. M. Admire, I. G. Bailey, C. W. Barchan, S. S. Bell, C. C. Bonner, I. R. Burk, C. M. Clemons, O. P. Coffman, L. H. Dillinqer, H. H. Ellyson, R. C. Fielden, I. C. Harper, I. E. Hendrie, I. H. Hyde, E. H. Kennedy, L. H. Lewis, I. H. Loeffler, D. S. Misner, H. S. Moore, D. M. Muqqe, A. H. McCormick, A. K. McDonald, T. M. Pennington, C. R Shupe, P. G. Shupe, W. I. Van Orden, H. E. Vanture, H. S. Veliz, C. Vetter, W. T. 264 Remodeling and repainting the old homestead marked the start of the Fijis' ninth year in Gator- land . . . Hi-ya Nena Hi-ya Kena at Homecoming, and its echo, l-a-V-a . . . Devil's Den Dance at Frolics . . . Clt was Helll . . . at the annual Phi Gam Christmas party, the underprivi- leged colored children were the recipients of presents and refreshments from Santa Bar- chan . . . The Fijis will never forget: Holiday lnn open to Women . . . Snowball's sex drive . . . the largest pledge class . . . McDonald and Iudge Murphy . . . Bums Dearing and Taylor . . . Van makes his splash-in the Gator pond . . . "Eleven-semester" Kowalske joins ranks ot the Alumni . . . South Ameri- cans discover Turkish bath in the North Head . . Van Orden, the great lover, in "Ah, Wilderness" . . . Burk in "Being Earnest" . . . chapter moves en masse to Shaw's hotel . . . Clemons restalls his heav- enly hayburners . . . Brute's system on sure things in the ninth . . . Blue Keys to Hank and Dillinger . . . Gert makes Hall of Fame . . . Hank's joyride and the trailer . . . Tassels . . . Pudge Moore and his Philadelphia Hi-Test . . . Thompson's theme song, "Two Loves Have l" . . . Cody keeps "El Verde Lampo" in business . . . Add, Broome, Van, Paul, Hank drop their pins . . . Pat crowned Miss University of Florida CGert and Stan leave town? . . . It's sho' been "Nifty in Fifty." 5 . v fda :I . I I PHI GAMMA DELT K y 1 94", N . ' UPSILON PHI CHAPTER 1941 .Q Q.. My I. 1 A . PRESIDENT if , WILLIAM I.0CKlAlAR'l' . Lge? In V'ST..73w f lvl ' 577 un, 4' ' ' 1 'IL' ,. Ac. Y U vu-ws, 1 I-Q A I . s M .T ax 6. ' I 'V H 1 Broome, D. A. Brown, T. F. Hogan, R. B. Holdemcm, H. D. Miller, I. G. Mims, I. R. Poole, W. E. Thompson, I. D. vf. 'Fil V55 . ,Af - Parade time or sack Iinw? Ili-ya N ana Hi-ya Kl?IIll.,., 'T 265 t , , - .-1, - gl 'lm V i t P HI KAP P AU A f ' fl 715, . A ALPHA ETA CHAPTER 1926 A l f A wiv fs ,I X l a, ,V P Il VICE lJlllfSllJltlN'l' 'iq , J. T. BURKE N rm 3 4 'V ,, if ' 'Q " , . PPAA ,l,:F3W"l' all . , -P N , V ,. --f .., -'-, Q l llalzgin' out the nfaclcels v . , .A "" ' . u if , ... . K . , 1 - . g , : tfnorgza pays o l . W ll ,c,,.. it ' 7 I 5' N vary 4 , . Averc, W. N. Crevcxsse, A. Gunter, L. H. Myhre, L. N. Russell, P. B. White, R. W S Bulis, D. S. W. Daniel, W. F. Hammond, I. M. McLane, A. Scott, R. C. Willis, T. I. - N W l .. it L A I ig. A P .N , i . ll 4 -,,,,m.',,,.,,.-V 1. zgspffl ' , -in I . .5 'TQ' , as 4 4 ' ft? 1 . ' f :ft . .Q l S. " U 'fjf . Goodson, B. C- Denson, I. I. Hill, E. L. R. Nelson, M. D. Sharpe, I.. T. Wilson, C. 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Hudsgnl A, Iohnsonl G, O, Iones, R. W. Kerley, C. R. King, L. Mattaline, R. . setter, I. W. i..iller, R. A. While, R. W. O'Neql S F Osborne W R Porter C. G. Halls, D, H. Reich, M. D. Rollins, C. R. Rocks, T. O. Rowan, B. M. Ruis, O. A. Shostegn 'R 'C Shel, T' A' Sirmonsl E. H' Smith, I, H, Smith, I. H. Strinqer, T. F. Urquhart, I. W. Ware, I. T. Wells, E. L. 1950 meant progress . . . house shines like new as usual on the road-trip tront . . , Denson's journey with paint, wax, and new furniture . . . Meeker's poop gives lones poison ivy, Campbell the cops . . . saw sheets help clear the deck for action . . . a fine pledge Blakey once . . . Stalker and Charlie have a little class proves that work equals results . . . football trouble with the boys in blue . . . neighbor trouble season characterized by one word: Party-con- tinuous, that is . . . the Georgia game . . . Grey- hounds did the trick, numbers four, five, and six, especially . . . George and Harvey borrow a Georgia flag from some pole . . . Homecom- ing, and Fluker's artistry on decorations . . . Leroy still spinning war stories . . . duck hunt- er Conova finally slips up, shoots duck . . . MCFCIUGVS quieted in ten minutes . . . gas warfare . . . new pledges faked off by Third Party . . . our many ex-pledges . . . Murphy has the worried mother look as usual . . . Iohnnie Burke debates parliamentary procedure . . . Black- hawk Sharp's Lieutenant Shell CO. P. C.l reports a new contender, l-larold Watson . . . Orchid Time: to Larry King and Bill Daniel as mem- U 0594338 St li olLDK'1',tQ ego 60 motion for this year: "No coats at chow." . AVGFG plays detective while Gorman opens a shooting' gal- lery . . . Mother Cone-Wonderful as ever . - - bUS11'1eSS l bers of Florida Blue Key . . . again to Larry for making I-lall of Fame . . . our brain, Larry Gunter, comes up with a Phi Beta Kappa key . . . and for our chorus, a trophy tor winning the IFC Christmas Carol sing. 267 V. ,.,. T Y X V y V, . A .vig-,m,w V-4 I 1, t,.fg,l5,,.1.v V, f .. V ' V 'K , --.. . -- , N ,r f W, V V , . I V arf " 7 ft V :Z . " L . 4. , I 1 4 is si Q 4' A l Q I ., V 4 W -'I li.-'V , l , at , I V ' I .gy . , Vvd -L.-4 Wy., . ,TIG I, I , lp, 1' . I -rx , W . ,, I' 'V I an 'K If 1 ' Q , X . K t I I my Eb '- V- k V 5li5'5tW 4f5'Tf 'T'-rktztt " ' ' ' . I, I ,L 'lil V A . , . A . ,, V-1,3 R Q W ' , ' " - "" Al. . V' V ' ' il Wi' P 'l Q i ef V ' . ' ' I I 'S ' " f wif" 'f . . ' V " -.' ' . ... e , .. ' 1 L . , gl ., I 2 . ' vim i V I .Tr p . V' .I V ' ' ' i i' m., -"- . ' V f . ,VK, '. "" " .V A- l 'zz' ' -' H . of fi L Q J 5 I V' W I fig1r.g,, ' 'mf' , ' I X' ' i" i V1 t , K . I 1 U . . 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Everett, G. D. Everett, P. H. Hall, R. E. Hayes, W. E. Heald, H. L. Herndon, P. G. Hinds, L. F. Hoffman, W. F. Hook, R. K. lones, G. I. Koenig, W. I. Lowell, V. C. Merryday, H. I.. Mertins, C. C. Miano, F. I. Mills, I. W. Montgomery, W. W. Moses, R. V. McClunq, L. M. Olive, R. D. Platt, R. A. Price, L. B. Ray, G. T. Roberts, C. R. Robertson, C. S. Runken, R. G. Russ, T. N. Ir. Schultz, E. E. Scott, I. A, Shiell, B. W. Shoemaker, A. K. Shoemaker, W. L. Skipper, C. L. Smith, E. F. Snyder, M. C. Stalnaker, I. S. Telander, E. I. Thomas, C. W. Tripp. W. H. Ward, W. L. Watson, I. S. Weeks, R. W. Wilcox, W. E. Wilkinson, S. R. Williams, E. G. Williams, R. B. Williford, H. L. As we plunge into the second half of the century, much is worthy of mention . . . a lot We'll Want to keep our mind's eye on . . . the lighter things: sign- ing the peace treaty with SAE . . . the "Veep" riding by . . . the gigantic pep rally staged at that intramural basketball game, with police escort, hot dogs, pennants for the girls . . . the football season, 268 I C IO K with the Iacksonville, Tampa, and Miami tours worked into an all-too-busy semester . . . while Cliff Sutton and Billy Parker gave their all for the Orange and Blue . . . and . . . the Garnet and Gold . . . there was Military Ball . . . spring elections . . . the 34th annual Motl'1er's Day, oldest social function on cam- pus . . . and diploma day for the graduates. . r Y, , , 1 ---' V' I , V 'X AL . 9 I vj r' n . ,am Q-5-JJ kgs, ,W 14 J , UC i ' sf if Y ,Eff xv j R . ' -,Eff W 4, ,f A .2 j . R R: '27 1 ' K: .4 ' lv W will W f fffea,-Q 1 'rf' is W :- ' - N' V11 Boozer, W. O. B0Yd W E Clark, R. M. Cochron I F Q, Gibson, B- I- Glddons E A ' J Leonard, W. F. IOVIS N K - ,Q Q 4. parker, W, E, Peters I E E Seabrook, W. B Shormcm VI! M ' Thulberry, A. C Thullbcry Blackburn, A. B. Chadwick, R. W. French, D. D. Lee, R. E. Porker, I. H. Seabrook, A. H. Thompson, R. W. Vihlen, H S PI KAPP PHI ALPHA EPSILON CHAPTER 1924 1 SECRETARY C. L. ROWE A dame and a derby! fu ,E 5 P f 4 , tg' v N I V KH .5 W" '6SlauglLler on University Avenuev I . -gg , , Q , " f Q?" ' . 3 .Vx V 4, A, , .. , 'tt - 'V ' Y fi JL ,-4' 11 11q' k.,,' f " ""', 11 -Q .rx -1 ,.,, ,Q ' 1 47' X 'z . t 5 . 1 . A Pj , J - l5f' . . S t , f APP 1. 1. S. f ff X - " Q ET ,' ' b "N"-1 1 -' .fyo Q . -'v - 1. . X V V t . L --. . .,.. .. , . . Armstrong, I. M. Bitton, B. A. Bruce, C. R. Durrell, W. S. Everson, G. B. Fitzgerald, I. Moore, R. H. Overton, B. F. Parsons, F. L. Shields, G. M. Ir. Stephens, I. P. Stewart, L. II Lookout, he,s loaded! .' r l l ' 'F l M' -- U V 'V V 'W M' o f ' 1'-"5 -n I .Nw-. . ' m Q , 'if A W f ' , ere if . . f 1 in I li, Y U 'SKA -. .Arif r. Y-3 V V N. ' l f W f it it ' 4 i t .1 A if ' A A' l r, l Mid 51 . I S ,A .. I i . l A i 1 X V 1 A -wr. Q 'ga ., . Ag l- hungry, . id 'yu , rKzE?im'I 1 if . .,,., ' vQP""'f-wrfj 5. . g . 5. 1 , , K ZW ...fl Q in K Vxxhy I A-.al 1 . .. . V. X E , . if 1 4 , . r V W x 'vu ' 5 t it W -if A i g F 4 A H. . if 'W :ar . we-f w r- YT- H ' ' I ' ' , E A ft 1 ' 7 X . A" ' 1 W, Q MIA F 7 W . l , ll 5 ' l W7 1 X f 1........J..--.. .A... .... . l., ..-lu . ' g Dinkins, W. R. Dokes, C. R. Doney, F. W. r V J V 5 I Lewis, A. N. Martinez, D. A. Martinez, S. l ' ' A W w H 5 f 1 Scherrier, G. E. Secmey, I. R. Sheridan, T. F. l ' 4 , n ,Fw gif A , A as ' A 5 fy . U my , A f g L , ,. f, .JA , . .YV 1 IX H 4: 4 Qtr U gf.. .- -, , , Q ,,,N, rwx- ., A V, Ly ' ' ,, V.: ' 5.91, N r y,.. f, I , lx 1 I Y gf ' f 5 , ' ' .' . , i 0 l I i X Cllldwell, R. A. Carroll, W. E. Charlton, P. E. Conde, I. Crawford, D. C. Curry, D. K. Filzqefflld, T. N. Goldbreath, W. C. Heald, A. F. Howell, H. W. Iohnson, F. F. Iones, B. M. peml. G. A. Phillips, G. A. Purtz, W. T. Riordan, D. Rodriguez, R. Rutledge, W. l-l. Stoker. W. A. 'll'lcrnpson, R. E. Usher, I. W. Valero, A. I. Veats, R. S. Williams, W, R, 1950-year of progress . . . the Homecoming cele- dance . . . Nita Nell Bohannon in the Court of bration honoring Phi Kapps of yesteryear . . . never- Miss Florida . . , hell week . . . losing the bonfire to-be-forgotten costume parties. . .a prize-win- battle to a good percentage of the student ning Homecoming float . . . a fine softball ee, body . . . road trips, missions cover the 'feem - - - ushering Out The Qfelduefhhg Se1'1i0fS 0,04-2.6 state . . . seventeen take the oath of brother- . . . Homecoming saw the house covered with 0 mfwe- hood the Swimmin 1 h U Q or -5:55, - - - 'I g rop y . . . from the alurrins, live and dead Yellowyackets . . . Fall caliber Lqmbdq Chlsl Q Softball trophy . I I inter- Frolics . . . for the Russian party, fancy Russian Gee fraternity bridge champs . . . our own Bill Rut- costumes . . . P1 Kapp weekend , , ,-Sweetheart ledge . . . for the senior class prexy, a Bea Long . . . Sexy Rexy and his minstrels . . . Blue Key . . . swimmer Phillips and gridder Whose idea WGS it to QiVe the girls Qfmefe he LaPradd . . . a final exam, a final look and finally favors . . . Spring Frolics . . . a South Pacific G Vacation' 271 l . Axxsg. V l U V wr JA E 43 li N f- , 1 - it 5, , ' f, if ' 0 9' -. i ,M . . . . ' ' I r Q if . V .- , , -1 t - f r . . A I gr nr A Y W Q A i kt. L' X . Q K I ' la i l Xl A i I , . I 4 lsx V -S l ' x ll it V fi ' . T ' gf- . Q- V -.V mc. W Q .- V ,Q ' 1 ' .N v V y It .rf 543' V ,gm K. . . A. 'j fl, . ' ff W I TN' K fl ' 1 V E ' Q' ,lf 'lf ' , ull it A , fi' rv ' ' '. . Q! I K ' U y- .If ...Wy K 0 .A 'JI , . " - psy' A M in .. A , Q 5'9'M,' F- 'Wi '- , 4. 'Qi nt- ' 3' N ..-N at 4' l. . ' -.w bw 4. 5 i X '. u . . H. ,Qe.,:'x bl I Vg V -Io if -::' I I YT, be , .g gf Ag 1, , """ . QQ ....- . ...C l . K - , mi , QL.. B i , A A -4 . 4. ' f 1 A ,,,.., . Q it - ' "H 'st "1 'f' t -to 'f1'4-'Q 52' ". 'Q ' -' '. if '+ -.Q it. tm . A ' 'l if in f .wx 5 " " i .ef f s ,, t we-N ee .f ttf' v:,'K :wp 3, .rv -ye J . , . , Q x , ,.K..w,, ., . a I , Cohen, W. H. Cooperman, C. L. Feldman. - ' ' W A Gottfried, T. Hammerman, S. R. I-lerris, B. A . ' Q . . V , Mitchel, s. D. Meeel, s. 1. Peuei, N. S ca 3 . 3, . -A-Qt' ,qw-14 , sieqei, E. Silberstein, s. L. seim, G. . N 3. V ,ireil - ,. A X 3 L. 3 .. i Y .r , , if rf i i ' ' LA' A I V Q, 't.4qg1'.i'7 " ' usa. , gg? .. My ., e . .- y, , , , 1 .A if 1 , A 1 ,M X ' X . 1 A . lr! X . A I Appfelbaum, W. A. Aronson, D. B. Berthe, E. Bono, I. D. Bukovsky, G. C. Eisenstadt, M. M. Friedkin, B. Frumkes, M. B. Fyvolent, D. B. Gulsen, S. M. Glicksberg, M. Goldberg, H. L. Kahn, A. H. Leitman, A. A. Lopatin, M. Margol, B. Markovitz, A. Mintzer, I. W. Proctor, S. H. Rosen, I. I. Rosenson, D. P. Rosner, S. Saks, H. E. I Savage, L. Tobin, P. N. Wanqer, P. Weinburg, H. N. Whitman, I. A. Wolf, R. S. Zalla, A. B. l95O, the Silver Anniversary year . . . when Mrs. Weil set fire to the mortgage, it looked as if Dean Weil would pop a button . . . Rex Elmer Oliphant's ear-to-ear smile was almost enough to ignite the mortgage in itself . . . pledge classes as tar back as Mel Paul had pictures taken . . . Koe Ed Presser in the living room collecting the month's dues . . . there's Ernie Berthe, getting off one of his "communications" to Martha . . . Buddy LoPattin Cfile it on a 3 by 55, the conscientious Marshall, is trying to peddle his O O 272 Q on 9 A CIP O oo paddles . . . Norrnie Friedman, star of "The - Law School Miracle", or "Normie Graduates" . , . all-around fraternity man, Aaron Perlman, is looking for someone to push his car . . . look now, the' Perry Playboy, Erwin Fleet, is still playing a defensive game . . . coming into the house with a Bible opened to the first chapter of Solomon is Charlie Cooperman . . . Lawyer Morty Cohen just walked in with his new avoirdupois , . . Speaking for the prosperous look, that eminent young architect, Rex Sam Silberstein just came in for the week-end . . . and so it goes. g ,-'uv il .3 mt x af-' . it .V I--,Q .A ' f -5 f, I N ,J if gg. . -J f fix .' K has V Q A ! ' lf' ' ., J 7 I ' . .I -if ' , . 1109 . I . 'fs AI X : th ' ,m i 533.5 Q.. if M .rn W A V K, l Y. . gr' 'I g "N Q ' 'X Q ' ' ' .3 V A' 1 m 3"j f , 'if ' x Flcxumcm, A. D. Fleet, E. Freedman, H. I. Hoss, M. A. Hurwitz, R. S. Ioseph, L. M. Osheroff, L. B. Paul, M. L. Perlemun, A. M. Steine, M. Ste-rn. E. A. Swartz, I- PI LAMBD PHI FLORIDA DELTA CHAPTER 1925 PRESIDENT Qt ELMEH 0LlPl'IAN'l' get MAE ,Emi 1, Handball Cham ps ! nlntroducing John Neverslzackf' ' wt , ..,, 7 Q S Ifrufmlces flidrft hit him. 1,--7 Wm lfxma N ' qjghy "5 ICMA ALPH EP ILO ' 1 f Kiwi W FLORIDA UPSILON CHAPTER 1915 I .,. 1? fm, .fab , ,TN 11, 7 C1 . x .. ' . f D.- -.2 , 11 I , ' 1 I PRESIDENT A : Q A MITTY ADKINS I W' ' ' wi. n i. " A A . -my A Q Pa. ms' mf X ."Eh,v ' I X .V XALXVV Jia .dv 'A W out . . Q. -A A .. .f . ,-....,.,. sy, V- -4 xv-fs Qs., arg L. . Y ff.. 1' i: A. 5, 5V 'lf' xg-X" ffl! 5' fm'-' 4? . fl 'Ia A li' 'i .1 ' -- 1 3" A .21 1' A H . W ,f E 'cu x X .. 1 . AD Pi's paint Leo, get themselves painted. . if Lf' vf:.A., V5 Lvvv -m..' 5 E JIM - - 4 M ,, f' Q Alberiy, A. L. Allbriiion, W. O- V. N "hi'- I, J " Ccxrter, F. C. Cassidy, R. C- N-'rg:'A "." 'I-v-z,.Q,,, . . M..? I Fitzqibbons, T. L. Gcrrris, E. W, f ' ,yrjlm-,Y V' if 3' Keer, I. K. Kehoe, I. W. - A ,. ' ' dm' 1 Miller, W. D. Monroe, D. W. 1 A " ' . " I2 Ross, G. B. Ryan, R. I. 1 ' Tumcxqe, I. L. Walker, G. K. I I Akrcx, V. D. Byrd, W. H. Evans, I. R. Iunq, D. L. Miller, D. W. Richmond, C. K. 6 , . f ' :,'k .. ' ,. ' - -fi: 1 For the pledges, a picnic at the claypits. Thornberry, R. H. Wynne, I. H. 'Beaf Sessions makes hay. ------.im I . HX' .wf A N: . a- l. E. 'T inf . J GJ f. . Q . ' A . + ' I A 323 -'-in ' 5 4 ' ' er- I f - 4 I .M 'avg v 1 lb at N 'tl . SZ. ' , ' -. U0 if - l 4 A , vb V J A .H V 3 . ' . - . . . JH-45 r Q . '. X. ,. . ,f fl. .. ff ,I ""i.r . ' .v ' Q , . r , V, F , fr, E' , .A KP' k rg' f, fm g v I . g . N by, y ,jr life f W GT L .lf I X I 'JL I 5 . i dv- sac. 45 -I if IL.. , Mg-A wig, ,ai . ' A' V .l .Q X! r tt. . 75" . ' l ,gf Q K u L . i, .4025 gl .gg ye 1 ' V 'rx SJ Q . M -. - l I , - - ' ' 5 . H , Q QQ, gf, ,f W, 3 . jg, I I , 7' U . , . so U4 . I 1 I gh ' V ' Q X. K ' . ' iq ,nk Y , cs' . . -va. "" 't 'ri i- F, i-lt '- ' 2.4 7 ' ' .f 'I , 'f ' r' ' ,Q ' M ' A ' ' A .5 I 'Z' I 'if-2 wit? 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SUUQGYGS, C. V. Schwalbe, R. B. Shepherd, C. C. Sikes, L. R. Sikes, I. W. Skinner, I. C. Stambaugh, R. I. Stiefel, C. E. Stump A WUYYGU. G. A. Wheeler, G. E. Whitehurst, I. F. Wilkinson, R. A. Willis, R. O. Wood, I. R. Woodward, I. L. Worley, L. M. II Wrighl, C. F: L 1949-50 . . . gone . . . doesn't seem possible it's Georgia game-. . . for the "Times Square" Horne- all over . . . memories linger . . . of the freshman coming decoration, a trophy . . . the house ggeg 511- committees strict new standards . . . the pic- nic at Fanning Springs . . . big-little brother picnic at the claypits, with food, ball games, and mud fights . . . two trophies in three days . . . Leo, our much-abused lion . . . the sledge-hammering and paintings he took . . . laxative in Pike's four . . . the house fixed up best since before the war . . . spring elections and that lit is QQ.. :wot PILAQE-Qt O" ' 'Qi Og! 196, a...Q'f?lmil 'SWIQ7' out for George Smathers . . . State Senate prexy Sturgis giving us a photograph gf De- Votie at Founders Day banquet . . . motor scooter and iirecrackers in the dorm , , , 'Slaughter on 10th Avenue" at Gator Growl, the can-can of the annual spring irolics revue . . . Anderson new in Blue Key . . . the Skull up on the terrace . . . and so much more a Gator party victory . . . chartered buses for the . . . another year . . . gone . . . gone . , , 275 .-- .. - -., -.. ..,..,..,.w..... ., .t , ,V V. ., V , . .. . .... ......f,.-.-. f.,., mme. ...-, L. . . , V VV . 4 V . .V',, V .- it -- V .-VV V-, .V VV V ' ,JV V V ... .V -V VV L.. ' f 3 LTV V . ffri-f A " -1 ' ' - La .f - ' 1. .I I-' . I+! . l .. I' . 1 Y 1 - V V V 4... V,., V .V I V , l V V I V ' A ' . . N . 1 1 ' I 1 . g , . V , 4 . , V V . V V V V- V V V V V.V ., . N V V VVV V -jg 5- . 1 1 - - - . .4 In j . A Y " ' ' A, 71 -E an L H " , . til .., . V V 5 V V. , ... S VVVV V V V5 g , 14 .VAS ,V V, 1 ,, ,, I VV V V VV , VVV .V ,V V - .. 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RidqG1Y, G- RSVGS. W- D- Rilfleff A' Bi . f , ' -f-ff , .1 ' Nfl Snyder, L. T. revel, E. E. Tones, A. F. Towne, W- R- Van Woqenen Walker. H- .' V., .55 V Y V- V' , 1 . , ff, ' . fi V. 1 I l A Albertson, D. Armstrong, W. Arnold, S. B. Bennett, I. D. Black, I. M. Blythe, W. H. Cramer, I. C. Datson, B. T. Davis, B. L. Davison, R. O. Dehon, F. T. Dixon, L. H. Fleming, W. Fuguitt, C. V. Forsythe, R. L. Geiger, P. N. Guest, R. N. Gunn, R. Y. Iames, H. E. Iill, A. R. Iolly, B. E. Lee, W. M. Lowery, D. D. Medcalfe, P. S. Overley, R. Peed, B. M. Peek, S. Petry, R. A. Phillips, D. L. Pond, E. R. Saarinen, I. Saye, R. A. Schaeffner Schaiberqer, G. Shrait, I. L. Smith, F. H. Willson, F. S. Wilson, O. Witherington Wofford, W. R. Woodward, R. Iohnson, H. V. l l950 . . . never-to-be-forgotten by Gamma Theta . . , Buz Sawyer's 4.0 . . . Nick tStrength and Ma- terialsl Nichols . . . Willis' famous last words when feeding the Derby entrants: "We'll feed 'em Iasper's souls-they'll never know the difference . . . Lou's Homecoming monstrosity . . . the Sally Rand rhumba by "Stripper" Counts . . . Geiger's 4.0 . . . how did that get in here? . . . the Sweetheart 276 Ball . , . die-hards Hollenbeck and Farrell at the "r'.,,3:.. .4-' ' Hanger Club . . . but it's only six o'clock and the party's just started . . . many remember Spring Frolics, but most of us don't . . . who else worthy of mention? . . . Oh, yes, Fleming . . . can't re- member why . . . anyway, he was a good brother "9 . . . none will forget the largest class of Gamma Theta. A I? ' "' fbinw A ,Ly Q ! Nm 2 ' ' LL EQN VIAN 9: fy N Q . r Uv ff 1 ! A 4 1 R A x. xx N wif' K F Counts, F. E Fields, L. G. Icxbcxra, L. W O'Hc1ra, A. T. Scxurinen, A.W Willson, G. 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Haynes, M. I. Hays, G. Hearne, W. Hicks, W. M. Hoffman, I. Hoffman, W. K. Kelley, W. Kensey, H. C. Kindrick, C. U. Kirby, L. F. Kirtland, I. P. Kloeppel, F. A. Miller, R. P. Moorman, M. Murrell, L. W. Maclnnes, D. McCarey, I. P. McClure, H. W. Riley, H. W. Rocker, I. L. Rose, I. S. Sampson, H. Shoemaker, I. Simpson, F. I. Vaughn, s. H. Vining, E. C. ward, 1. L. Ward, R. B. Ware, B. Webb, P. A. There were memorable times like . . . the Crab- man's seminars on the Welfare State . . . "Choo Choo" Sutton's praise for "Carolinas gift to the gridiron" . . . the innumerable trips to Marion County . . . the all-night study sessions in Big Sam's room . . . Bryan and Redman fencing in the second deck hall . . . Ace Tatom's home-made artillery . . . Bud Bexley's abstract designs on the walls of L room 7 . . . intramural manager Bill Hicks proudly adding up the totals on the bulletin board . . . the crew that went to see McKenzie act in "Faust" . . . these occasions and many others . . . Blue Keys to Crabtree, Crisler and Shoemaker and niches in the Hall ot Fame to Colonel Crisler and Editor Shoe- maker . . . a great year for the Snakes. 0 06 QIQOQ' 40 0 , . o ' o 0 .-o 'Z .0609 0 Q Q. o . 0 , R66 Q 9 279 f Tun -T,W,w, ,,.. -,, ,, ,,:+w,, ,. Y ,Wmwm..,,,wv.n WWWAAW , ,M W ' Y 3 l Q ' I - 1 k' ' H ,Ov I-fr 5 , l Jgmapg 1' Q- 5 ,qiq pzfhq w31iQg ix ,,,, 4 ts E I. lr. . g - .vw N I Q , -tl if , it-fo ,tl 1 Ev. - if I I - I . of ' H - I X k' mf ' 5 . 'ml I S , . . - I- .gg I , I Q-Q . D I , 1 v . x I I , X g : 9 .r KK 'y 5 in ' I Y 5 Y A N 'AWD 1 ,lg A ,L I 2. .5 f L, . 15 ..g, gg, u 5 f Q 1 re- I ' I , r' . 5 -ff' f ,I . , 5 E. X ln. if ' 5 1 if in l i I ' . I 2 mil. . "' f . - . ff a ff 'V If I , I .1 . .Q , . L 4- ' '-ff .rf . ', gfj ee V- 5 i. I I rg f ' ' gi, ' 24, 4 - F., l , i 4"4A1 , IU., 5 AJX 1 ' 45 ' A' J nd N x I ., ,, , I . f L 4 - .,, f, Q i, K ggi. "" 'J ',-. nz' X E7 ., , , 4,Q M ty' I W . I X .x1..X go . f k . ' 'W 4 ' " ,facts . S 3.511 g Iwi -. . an F QL, A 2 W I Q's, A11 J 3- 1 tb I "ij f I ll C' . "nfl v. 1, z- l,.1r,31,"flJ ' 'r -..., ,I f A l I . I , , ,Y I , , . I J.. 1: , ' ' " . ' Vinum de' If ,Qt 6? ' ,lux :.,n,t gf 5, Q, ' N fx P1 'C'-' A ,'..Z'Lxl 1, .1 1 U . 'N ' L37 LJ 'my 5,5-4 I 5 ' . ' V . V, -I 'Y' 3. . 9 .4 , . 'L ' I . -, .v ' . .. GZ' 1 H -s 5' ' . Q .L . . .1 A .... , -, ,Q jf . I ... l f .er -sf, A .-'sw f A' ,ff 'f , I L v -a ,X , X I H ,f , W , ir . I . - , l ,J I . ., . 5 , ' l I H I I Aide, I. E. Angell, R. P. Belitz, I. N. Best, E. L. Bird, R. C. Birt, R. L. Bokas, F. V. Bokas, G. V. Burton, B. S. Cook, L. W. Cooksey, B. T. Delmar, I. W. Donn, E. A. Droge, F. A. Dvorak, F. I. Dyer, W. B. Eason, I. S. Eason, I. S. Fortes, I. F. Gardiner, I. H. Gonzoler, R. Grlmsley, G. C. Guy, T. R. Hall, L. L. Harben, F. P. Hardee, E. B. Hendon, D. M. Hodge, H. L. Hollis, I. E. Hozopeel, G. W. Iohnson, I. S. Kemp, E. C. Lawrence, P. I. Liuzzo, I. A. Lyle, L. S. Maddox, W. H- Meadows, D. N. Minor, R. H. Morrison, G. S. Murray, R. W. IvlcCluer, H. S. McLain, I. A. Olroyd, F. A. Osteen, P. L. Pennington, W- T- Reniroe, L. E. Rivers, I. S. Russ, W. H. Sargent, W. B. Scott, E. D. Shad, I. F. Shelton, W. L. Slider, G, T. Smith, C. E. Stone, T. R. Swanson, R. W. Tarrcxtus, E. A. Thompson, G, W. Wetherby, H. White, R. A. Wiggins, I. M. Wildinson, C. H. Winfree, F. L. A firecracker on the sleeping porch and the year started with a bang . . . seniors determined to have one last fling and pass everything . . . Blandford on receiving end ot bucket of Water . . . Sambo, after his roving escapades of a year ago, gets first aid and his arm back via pledge Hubie Graves' welding 06305 0.32. O'.,EQE',l Q Ox xo we Fall Frolics and the Fireman's Ball theme Saturday night . . . water gun fights and none were spared . . . mysterious characters appeared in the house, the "Green Sticker", the put green sandspurs in the bedsl, the "Eye," the "Hand," and the Hangman" . . . dining room forks disappeared about this time . . . set . . . new sing talent developed at punch parties follow- Sigma Kappas "invited" over to paint Sambo . . . captured ing the football games . . . Sig Ep marching unit, the Flor- . . . chess vies with bridge as popular time-passers . . . ida Irregulars, stumbled along in pre-game parade . . Brother aide makes record, sits 45 minutes without moving. 280 . , I f J, . . 'inf A N 'Q ' E lf - A SIGMA PHI EP ILO A V FLORIDA ALPHA CHAPTER 1925 A X A ff' D Q A PRESIDENT AUSTIN DUNN . , nfl ffw W H -,...-.... 'W V' "Little While Sambofv f Cm, 4.4-5-J . ' A it -in 4 ' lm J ' f C131 f . A af , .1 1 , l ' . Q' Q f" ' - t -N., .N . X f 2 ' .1 J Nl "fl f ,' 1 4 ' l cmpp, R. T. , N , Fletcher, I. F. . Q Hm, M. R. . 29- . Mcstroqiancxkis, C. vi . C Rcxulerson, T. R. 1, , 4 I IL V Stacy, W. R. ' 1, C l ' - ' , .A ' s L- f ' vb , -. ' ' 1 V - t . l :ffl A ill I"f7. , " ' Busse, R. A. Cczrbonell, S. fi M, Q ' g. Economos, T. M. Fumbrouqh, I. W. 'n"- l ,V A . . - - , l ' Herring, G. Hill, W. C. Wx ,L , . ' , ,' Mcxlpus, l. K. Martin, R. W. ,N ' f -ft' " I ' ' Pollilz, E. T. Powell, H. L. 1 A ' W ' f I Q ,X- Smith, G. W. Soulherlcmd, I, H. - .. " A - A " ' Wise, B. H. zeuch, W. T. . I , ' , Y , I 0' A ' nl. 4 Whoop De Doo! ---......,.,, For Manager Bolsas, trophy day. W 4? l .! AU EP ILO PHI . 4 V aj.. 13 . 1 '::- 'N TAU ALPHA LHAPTER 1925 5, . Q19 3 f . . x . PRESIDENT A , , D R. L. GLASSER A A . .,. , xL"1,- k 1 5 gl . " . J! ..-Q' r ' . A .Q fe' A 'fn' ' . ' , -L-x -N -' 1, I ffl x. A A 0 7 .Ny ' 4, " A 5 3 it r 6 I ' .' ' -, "' '9 Ku 7 M ie. I A A X - 'ka' .yy , ' JI - I L . :IN e ' 5 -1 s I . X i ,J just takm, it easy. . . X... j ' 1 X , . ' Aaron, D. E. Ackerman, I. E. Albert, R. L. S Davis, H. Dubbin, M. H. Gleischman, C Freedman, T. I. Frederick, D. I. Gans, S. P. King, H. E. Kohn, S. A. Kohn, S. L. Priedman, R. D. Ramber, M. P. Robbins, L. I. Schnee, G. Segal, B. Segal, N. M. Takeff, E. W. Taber, D. G. Wittner, T. P. The infirrnary was busy later. Bottoms UP if -A N Wg4bA A I v 5 W ,-- '::5.L3,..kvg,t.L it - if t f' LY WZ! A T . . N .asf , T , . V ,V - ,V-M .Y l V, 5, f ,M . . 1 -ggigiit . . . V , V - 1 -iw f at :qi-., ' , 4 ' ' ' A , .AA '- rliiililli 'S' . ,f A 'V x, wi '.'fi'TEf!f"i . ,V I l . 7 ft I .. I ,HM gg l . , l,,35-W, ' ' T ' 'X ' , , ji - M-. .. . 'ix if ,,, 'z . 4 . I f-. I 1 . . i A ffi'-f A K ,.. Ri . af' mmf-' U Q r EaiLQ3E'5 ' A . 2.229317 . . . if i so..-:CQ -tx nrAx Pwzvria? Mfg " Q 5-z'mt RFQ My 1 1-2 . ,.3:1 ". '. T3 D sr cn .-A 4 -W 7 fe als-'Seger T T - ' ,,- Q 'DWZQNLQ ' N'1, 5. 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I 1.1, ,JJ X 'f xi 1. ,N .., N Q , ,,.- , X I 33 Q uc' 6' "- ' ' 3 -ns. -W f + f is 2 - ' tr' f' 1 1 Memories come to mind of the small every-day things that made our years at the university the best of our lives: the inevitable bull sessions . . . the antics of Mickey the mascot . . . pop dances on the patio, and the music drifting up from the patio on Saturday afternoons . . . trekking out to the intramural fields to cheer on Coach Yulish's boys . . . that strange silence around the house at exam time, as everybody settles down to a week's cramming . . . jam sessions en masse to Tampa or Iacksonville to cheer on the Gators . . . that faithful roommate of ours, who pulls us out of bed for our early classes, come hell or high water . . . election time, and pasting 'posters painted in the garage, head- quarters of the Varsity party . . . Waiting at the mailbox for that sugar report . . . Leon and Eddy's candy concession puts on a large advertising campaign . . . the National Chap- ter of Merit award . . . the blue league O m e aT. ICP! O in the dining room, featuring Don Tober's piano virtuosity . . . Sandy Schnier, fourth year star of the Frolics show, throwing an impromptu act in the living room after a full day of classes . . . football weekends, as the chapter migrates OOG intramural title after winning six sports along the victory trail . . . Brothers Ansbacher, Freed, Schnier, and Wittner receive the highest honor con- ferred on Florida students, membership in Florida Blue Key . . . This was Tau Epsilon Phi in 1950. 283 N ,V,, , ' lm an ll I Wt. I A ldldklx 'p I, ' u - I . ,, " ' i , I - ' gl ill Q . . - I if . I A 'I A o--1. . 2 A 11 ?l.f"" l -..l Fu H IC. 1 7 P r , . 0 I . . .1 -. f X t I L Z - I x , .,.. ' ., F ' a I .Y 3 K, 'B -M... y y 5 .su r Q11 ,, H F, :Il -'- N al , . . Q , 4 A , . s - - . I ' . ' , r . V .. :ly 5 px Q Q . A r , ' J . nf .K f ...Q I , l t ,M I My E 4 .L . . . h In X l 1 , l I 51 j ' , .5 . 'e A I 7 ' - '5 I "nl"f'v-Y' ' Qt'-' ' 'N 'Qt 5: 7 .1 11' 1 , ' ' W ilk ,M - 35' .4 yi t xx it I ' 41 uv- r I A . ' x - ' ' i . ' . , f .-4 'f' ' " - I 'Y . ,vi we All ' v....f 5 - - , ' V :R .5-' .3 L ' ' . If t ' 'Qc' ' ft' ' ' 1' , X I X . 'MIA 5 , . I , I ' I I . Bryan, R. B. Burkman, W. L. Carlton, I. D. Carter, I. R. Harris, R. G. Hurst, A. B. Iackson, T. A. Iohns, P. R. . ' g . Norton, V. K. Odom, H. R. Peklo, I. W. Pryor, R. B. ms. ,..W. . I Iris 1 , I I l .5 ' I if ' I I+. . . If me l , jg , , gf, -vt Ip I 4 11' I I l 'I ' t . . N ti . . , . ' , . .-,--..-. .,.. ....l. . . -, I.. .3 .. .1 . .--.. ,... -..N ..-,....f1t-..L.., '--...... .1 Banks, R. E. Boqgio. B. C. Bolin, C. E. Booth, R. A. Bridges, T. M. Cooke, W. M. Dew, E. Hackney, R. D. Hall, R. E. Harrington, T. K. Lewis, R. W. Lyon, E. Martin, C. W. Mathews, W. H. McKeown, C. D. Stedman, R. S. Sparkman, E. K. Tyre, A. C. Wells, I. R. III Wheeler, I. W. 284 The charred boys of Washington Street . . . with grotesque memories of the December holocaust . . . which left the brick chapter house and everything in it-smoked and burned . . . the dark days of early 1950 . . . twenty-five brothers crowded into the two annexes . . . everyone else roorn- hunting . . . the wonderful gesture of inter- fraternity spirit by the Sig Eps . . . in a time field . . . while Horace costs the intramural de- partment much money in horsehides . . . with his big bat . . . the remodeled house . . . paneled walls and pink paint in the living room . . . happy moments when the furniture ar- rived . . . Robin and the Chartreuse couch . . . Spring Frolics . . . the first big week- end since the fire . . . a houseful of Indians of need . . . a better chapter emerging from 5 '29 as the Red Ox tribe hits the warpath . . . heap the disaster . . . everyone learned the true ,Qt 9 Q big party . . . Pete Ryan has four different .. Q 0 0 'fa Q .stef atfdv- 01115 0 I QV also 909500, meaning of brotherhood . . . Nat's gentle, wise 049:90 leadership through it all . . . intramural triumphs in tennis and softball . . . "Fireball" Gaines, varsity baseball star, matching his diamond skill with a raquet . . . Rick and his Robin Hood hat . . . giving thrills andlchills from center dates during weekend . . . Colonel Charlie Mc- Keown of the Transportation Corps . . . reality in the hope for a new house seems near with the purchase of a beautiful lot on the new fraternity row . . . in one year tremendous steps have been made . . . towards a long-awaited goal. -1 4x 1' I ... f-, f- Q. ...g M 'M M f THET CHI 5 " V A " 2 . TAU CHAPTER 1915 1 . l x . V. , my . 5: M f . PRICSIDICNT Y' M "1 Aft . N. l.. s'romv1s Y 7 .9-' A 4 Q . I k . W l s N. fl' Q' X., X 'gigs' . jf., I ' f I ' :A .ei 1 X . 1 . ' x"' 'S Q ,: jj A ' - .+ 1 51 I ' e M f 'v - 92' V6 7 vin " ., .. I I if !L E M A? V ' i 'XX ' " x X . Chesser, M. S. Coqburn, I. D. Conway, I. M. Iones, I. M. Kite, D. C. Lani, R. E. C. 1 Rowton, I. M. Schmidt, D. M. She-Gly, O. 4 I i W ine Y IUOTIICIL and song! ZET BET T U ALPHA ZETA CHAPTER 1948 453 T 'P H Ggzlffr ' A ' 0 PRESIDENT, S. B. GILBERT Few will forget this year . . . the ups and downs of our rush week . . . and the pledge class we were justly proud of . . . Homecoming . . . midnight work- shifts to build the float . . . Gator Stew . . . and the return of our alumni and friends to our new patio, and the first annual "Ball- room under the Stars" . . . dances at the house after H omework? Gator Stew and gals galorel' football games . . . Fall ml" Frolics . . . "she shall Q., , ,wg ,L Q have music" . . . and " ' ,wfyg - . L f Christmas vacation . . . 'tr' ' '2-l V' if fl co-host to the fifty-first na- ' A tional convention of ZBT, A I at Miami Beach . . . lan- 1 uary and books . . . final L ' Q :Q , . , A exams . . . spring semester tiw. ' , i-,. L. 5 ' j . . . ZBT Regional Con- TLT? Qiwfy Ffl :mv vention at New Orleans , - V si . . . initiation of new .4 3 A A brothers . . . our first an- ' A T l Q nual football game with ' '. . f A gm. Lambda chi Alpha . . . ,". , PJ. , 'F "' ' , . and fraternity elections. . . ' ' ' , 2" ' ' Q , F .5 6 Spring Frolics . . . from , . g the four corners of Florida K ,uf A - 1 L. 'fi , ' i . . . hard work . . . exams iift' g .W 1' A ' ' . . . and to our raduates ' ' -' A . ' E ' . 1 -.-Fefe-Weiisl g . -A ' tix? 'L A qi ' A f 'ff , Q "1 7133 'Q " ' ' ft "F' ' , .f t ' x V Becker, E. P. Bernstein, A. Block, G. A. Breger, G. E. Burnick, M. Feldman, E. L. Frenkel, C. M. Gerber, M. Kramer, D. Landsman, A. S. Maisel, I. B. Marantz, D, F. Michaels, B. M. Mtlqram, I. Morris, C. F. Rogers, A. Shenkman, L. Slomowitz, R. A. Solinsky, F. Solomon, E. L. Steinberg, R. M. Triester, K. Weinstein, M. Weinstock, H. Wolfson, R. S. 'Y I Tl ,. 1 if , -l .-gg Q9 ,. -.l...-f" Eisqrau, H. M. Lieber, M. Orlin, D. Sommer, R. G. 7. . I Q , I . , l, T.. h V AAR "' , I' -,3 I ' gg " A-Q A .. . ' 73' A A . tn- f ,R . ff' Q, Ru., E Q - . I me . ' fy W so ' , .,, ., , I , .. i , t. ' t "' " s... ., f 'er . .1 1 . ' f H all I HM. l I 5 1' A , f", G I 4 .2 If Q 3-:gig-fy' 'H I A x , ' . ' I . Allen, R. L. Daugherty, VV. E. Eckel, E. I. House, P. I-leflin, I. A. Iolley, C. F. Munsey, B. A. Murra, R. I. McKinnon, R. C. Ftood, C. A. Temple. I. M. Wilson, R. I. DELTA SIGMA ' PHI , . A v I A is .A A Q , , ,fgvg ,l PRESIDENT, J. C. FOKES . J . . .4 I , . .., .Y . L wal 4' 'el Rush week, gush week . . . Went I over big, though . . . "What high . school did you go to, fella?" . . . "Get some more beer, Berny, this one's about to sober up" . . . Home- coming and everybody works . . . even the members . . . gotta build those Gators . . . "Where'd you get that lumber?" . . . "YOU BOUGHT IT! !" . . . someone set that man wise . . . "Glad to meetcha, Mr. Alum- nus" . . . "You're in the contracting business?" . . . "Making Good?" "Well, We're trying to get a new rug" . . . then Fall Frolics . . . Fassa had a date . . . "You come N ' ' . Fassa, G. I. Grove, I. M. Mason, I. F. Mobley. H. E. Ramirez, H. E. Ratti, I. N. Our lazy day at Wauburg. from Nawth C'lina? Wal, shet mah mouf" Car- roll still doesn't talk about that . . . missions for pledges . . . pennies-courthouse lawn-Ocala . . . "Aw, Fokes, have a heart, will ya" . . . and then this horse jumped in front of me . . . Goll- nick's hot rods get hotter . . . lost three convert- ibles at February graduation . . . really hated to see them go . . . members' scholastic average good-pledges' scholastic average . . . wonderful Spring Frolics . . . combo very good . . . finals . . . LET'S GO HOME! ! Installation Banquet at the 400. A HELLE IC CO NCIL Alpha Chi Omega .,....... ........ , . Alpha Delta Pi ...,,.,. Alpha Epsilon Phi.. Alpha Omicron Pi.. Chi Omega ............, Delta Delta Delta ..,. Dorothy Crumley, Delta Delta Delta ......... Patti Haley, Kappa Delta ,..,..................,... Shirley Thomas, Alpha Omicron Pi ..,..... Anita Malmud, Alpha Epsilon Phi ,.,.... Pat Eysler Ian O'Berry Carolyn McGriif Ioan Iohns Ioyce Kerzin Anita Malmud Mary Ann Davis Shirley Thomas Anita Johnston Nita Nell Bohannon Carolyn Shepherd Dot Crumley OFFICERS .......President ........Vice Pres. ........,.Secretary . .,,..,,., Treasurer Delta Gamma .,,.,,. Kappa Delta ..,...... Phi Mu ............. Sigma Kappa ...,... Zeta Tau Alpha ..,.,.. Sally Lenz Nelly Coburn Betty Lu Lanier Pat Haley Rita Callanan Iune Atkins Elizabeth Horlemus Noel French .....,..Teeny Thomas Betty Palmer Every member of a sorority is automatically a member of Panhellenic. Since size alone makes it impractical for every member to attend Panhellenic meetings, each sorority is represented by two dele- gates. Panhell meetings are held twice a month, the purpose of these meetings being to discuss mutual problems concerning sorority standards, scholarship, campus activities, and inter-sorority functions. Before any question is put to a vote, the delegates have time to present the question to their chapters so that each member may have a part in the final decision. Even more important than these "matters of busi- ness" is the feeling of cooperation which these meetings inspire. Warm friendships among the sorority delegates inspire similar esteem among the sororities themselves. This feeling finds ex- pression in inter-sorority social affairs where pledges and actives have a chance to meet and know other "Greeks". Among the activities sponsored by Panhell is a competitive songfest held each spring among the sororities. The winner receives a cup and the receipts go to an organized charity. Another project is supporting a Polish war orphan which Panhell adopted last year. Each month a different sorority sends her letters and packages so that she can feel that she really has foster parents. To encourage intellectual accomplishment and sound scholarship within the member chapters, Pan- hell offers a silver trophy to the sorority maintaining the highest average. The winner of the cup for 1948-49 was Alpha Epsilon Phi. ' - -,...mr..i f: .- c -e ..-. 1: 6' -v "' f . . kj . .. 4. 1 I Y g x .. Nw f I ' ,Q .M ' f ' 'T Q .' I .. ' sc . ,' . SQ I I ' gi' " '59 f 'ei ' .' gf. ." ' ,AA . I .,,. is ., l I -, - m- . ' . L.. W, I . 5 A V . .even ' l ' -1 . - Q' , R ax - I i 69- Y , -H9 Y ' X 4 y'-fe, i ' - ,T ' '1 - . i I I ' ' f f t . I .N ff' . I 'A' V 'f .K . J - I a Q1 I I 1 Y 3 xr- I ,M -:Q . , ., V . fs' . ,. - 4 " 5 f' , - . f ' A ...if . 4. Lid .f' . .Quit L. ' 1 V L I U 4 Cadle, S. M. Campbell, C. I. PFA PM M Z. Q . 1- - .fxzl Z 3 . . ,, 31. . K i m V .-'. Q f e FZ, F . ' po 1 EP . on Q . - Q 31 n-2 11' TAA l see O-.. H. Q . 2 .1 SU tv? PU - , yi QQ? ss., ni, ?"g4 2-'Fur 3700 Qfbz. mb-.5 5. . ' FF Umm Cooke, I. M. Engdal, L. A. Eyster, P. H. Foster, H. K. lfnabb, M. A.Livermore, E. Miller, P. A. Newton, I. A. Rece, K. A. Reinburg, M. Riggs, L. P. Roberts, I. S. Stevens, A.A Strait, P. A. Vance, A. I. Watt, H. I. ALPHA DELTA PI Memories of 1949-50 linger . . . , Homecoming and Gator Growl skit practices . . . no education like coeducation . . . no more cold toast and tapioca . . . Glenn sets the date and Rhea takes over the crew . . . a wet hayride . . . side yard frolickers and a Croquet set . . . Connie selected as "Miss Southern Coed" and Beverly, Sigma Chi Sweet- heart . . . mad politics and a quick switch . . . Quincy makes Executive Council . . . Bebe and the man in the window . . . "Peaches" . . . Sunday afternoon coffees . . . for Winkie and Boloie, charter membership in Trianon . . . 1950 . . . laughs . . . laurels . . . and a look :Dr ix . :fmt i ojilkl- .U .. 1 .Qgiil ahead . . . 1,,,A . . W Q W n 'E' gg, ,, ALPHA CHI OMEGA A I 4 Added twenty-three pearls to the lyre ' t . f i W' this year . . . Kathy wins Sigma Chi 3: pie-eating contest . . . Homecoming meant conquest . . . the Gator Growl calendar . . . Iune, the cutest majorette to lead the Gator Band . . . serenaded the dorms and fraternity houses with Christmas carols . . . some notes sweet, some sour . . . results: singed hair, candle-dripped shoes, plenty of eggnog . . . Mrs. Mathis is at it again! . . . more picnics on Sundays . . . mill hopper, here we come . . . for Evelyn's breakfast, Lil' Audrey's fish. 1 -,Xtt 0 X, titties. O -0.0- I I I i I rf Canova, M. A. Colee, N. S. Edge, G. I. Glenn, B. I. Hanson, F. Ingram, I. A. Iohns, I. L. Iohns, M. Kirkpatrick, A. L. Milan, R. L. Mills, A. C. McCoy, O. L. Padgett, B. C. Potter, A. S. Saunders, H. W. Stafford, M. I Brown, B. Grafton, R. Iones, I. McGriff, B. C. Tinkham, A. M. 289 x X ALPHA EP ILO PHI V 1 In 99946155 Duffie, local mascat, re- FHQZg??lMgqNMQ5ggQE ported eaten by Mickey, lo- Q 9' mm 10: cal dog to start the year . . . Homecoming . . . everyone stayed up 'till two making costumes for Gator Growl skit . . . Margo lost sleep trying to hear the Patter of feet which meant that the icebox was being raided . . . the candy sale, with members and pledges eating up the profits . . . We'll never forget: Bev's surprise on hearing that Iames Melton slept in her bedroom while attending U. of F .... Anita's unmentionable Christ- mas present . . . lost pledge pins . . . lna's nickname . . . Rosie's "chew mein" . . . all make a year com- plete . . . M V, X' LW-.. --,-.-.,.. . g.,.,i,,.p, V ' f -5 ,N i'rigiWXt: Y' ' ' , ' Ell a ' s y: ' ' .. - ,I 'mv - h 'QM b v . . , 1? nf .y gg, . . . , A y , A 4 .,i,., . , . f K Y . .A 11.1.3 v. H I 5 ttyl K Y - 1 Qyfffyjt - A . 3...-' 4fiq.vk,g-. '-T1-155 W3 ' fi ft' , , H I Q .1 A-1 Q.2f."'j. ' i ' - V "Ya-4 ,iff - r UL. .V ' IQ fl ' ' ' ff - -L" V 71? fl' 'F ff ew . H I . . . " 'i' 'wi' ' 3 I9 V. 4: ' YQ 1 5535 . .V 3 ' " 4. .A 'f'4 Q '15 ' .P -1. '. at 'i .xl A' fy fflyll I 'f l ' ' un... ' fl' ' . A -we ,.,..,.,..,.:., . . .,.,. ,.. L,,,',..,,L,,, -. fs ' FW - ..- IB bv 49. - ,- r-N N" A ,- I .ssl sl ' 1'-ff A-3 I 45 -- sv "- . . - V Lflh .y I , V X 'V . , : -. I W ' 4 X' - g Ag I nb 5- ' A .Q I Aa:- . . y W W A . Y, q 5 X, f V, fd as It A , Q -1.1 'A ff.. " gc. lei' 51 -,7 ' ' M4 N ' A f . I "..' T-Q fx S 'T ,,. -4. ,I 14" . Bressler, R. B. Cowan, L. G. Dwoskin, A. Faber, M. L. Fleet, B. A. Habib, R. L. Halzband, R. E. Harris, R. I. Kasdin, N. E. Koplowitz, M- Kraemer, G. R. Kerzin, I. B. Malmud, A. lvlarqolin, H. S. Nevins, L. F- Renson, A. Rosenthal, Z. L. Rothstein, S. R. Sachs, B. Safer, B. D. Schwebel, C. F. Silver, M. Spero, N. Stein, B. B. Stillman, B. H- ALPHA OMICRO- PI . v 572.1 l ,W Q f f. A 4 ' ' P Q1 , at C . A 4 Av, f 'al ff' Q . A 'pl . -' A ..., PIX-YL, b ' 'fl -"" Q' ., . t 3 f . l4iltl,555f5 It 5' W - - - A frf'1'rfrf.sW frf7::W " Q 'f fry: T' 3355.11-5'fl ' -Ng., QQ. -,W , ggi?" f 225.546, . f A . '.,gg3, 4 Celebrating the second year on ,f'j?4 , , Y K . I I:-f' 15 " Qt, ' , . ,al 6. . k ' , " ..., 441 - -, 1 H lsflgulff campus . . . pass around the loving . . ws, , .fini . 'l .- '. r - , ,E-7. A5522 , I .gg V- ,Q 9-guest. cup . . . white tormals, roses . . . and , ' ' 'ffl Q' A 0 "1 ,- Bobbie and Kulp knocking down the I . I . -K E g ,Vigil I f 4-.13 - H V-2'f'- Lia . .. .. . 1 . J .al Z, ,F . . A I 5, 1,41 A , I .51 rose trellis . . . Sport finaly made her grades . ' - ' 'I' " ' C. Constans, E. L. Copelcm, E. M. l . Holland, B. I. Hancock, M. A. .' ' ' Kulp, E. L. Mclnnis, M. O. Q . .K '44 KX xv' ft? U v -If" f . , Dillman, D. I. Douglas, C. C. , Q lx W . .Q F- I H' I I K Burgdorff, C. L. Berrien, B. S. Blackburn, H. C. Crawford, I. A. Thomas, B. D. Dunn, M. A. Fairfield, I. L. Harden, A. R. Henderson, G. I. Shumaker, I. R. Starnes, P. Diehl, D. D. Faulkner, M. l. Kelly, I. C. Thomas, S. A. 290 . . . Mary Iean takes a swim in the university pool . . . patient Mother Blackburn feeding her children . . . Carolyn smiles . . . Rinky- Dink's soprano voice wows 'em . . . and Dill- man's going to make Hollywood yet . . . Mary Iean, Carolyn, and Barbara tapped by Trianon . . . followed by Barbara into Hall of Fame. y H "T L '-V 'ff t" " A ' Q25 'f-A . 1 N HJ A, ' 'X A ' 5 ECE. 4 1 'vvb V 1 ' V QV V' , I . K .'Q', fig CHI OMEGA ll - if - o ., - A V GV? V ,., V, V VV fi ,, 1 ' .V . . Aly g-. ll.i..5': V .3341 A'h , ' 1 ' O , . V K L V, 332 5 : f l , V Q0 OO It was line in forty-nine! CSlogan , VV V Vt V V , Q Q courtesy of Sister Muriel Ionesl . . . Qt ' -ff ' V ' as F- A' V A Rush week . . . lootball games . . . SS' , 9 '- 3 1 , 1-4+ 3,13 Homecoming . . . the many hours f, ' F. , , A 'L . we'wmkmionthefbat... Sgma Cm Dmby V.Vf I VL Q 'auf' ,l fgfV p'V I ??WJ3Hiw and the rains came . . . Chi O takes the three- f A' L' 'L -V , V, i legged race . . . Spring Frolics and Harry Iames ,gi '-' ' 'iki': jf' V V ' " 'AVx, . . . in the queen's court, Bohannon, Baker, and . ' - ,Q 1 QV li V . ,, . ' Iones . . . Spring fever . . . afternoon and Satur- VV VV t f ' 'lv 2 Q E H ' day trips to Wauburg . . . Spring Eleusenian Vw. .ga V V .V-M, b . I celebrated with a lake party . . . Iohnston and E V Wi"1A V ' if ' , , Vi V 'V V2 IQD, Collier tapped for Trianon . . . exams loom . . . L M ' , , v lt p W-.T,..,,,,.ff.llf . .. coffee sales zoom . . . sleepless nights and busy 'ir Q' V V VV V Q 'i-V-4 ,.-N, V - - W V days . . . goodbyes and good wishes . . . ' 4 - sy.. - 7 5 l' -L ,f to A + V ew fx " S llll ,514 ll S , 5-it .-,A , i ll' 'V X " 77- ' l' m,"' 'F iii? ' .... 1. ,Q,.l,g.Lt.... Butler, I. Cowart, W. E. Dowe, M. W. xn W- Hayward, 1. 1-mi, D. 1. Holden, M. E. l Iones, L. M. Moore, E. R. MacDougall, A. 29 Richman, v. K.shermQn, c. L. rhreike-1d,G.A. I? . 1 A ."s Allen, S. E. Bohannon, N. Busbee, M. I. Driver, B. I. Duke. M. S. Foote, M. L. Hume, H. M. Irwin, I. A. Iohnston,A.M. MacGowan, E. Nason, C. Richards,M.A. Turner, V. R. Walker, I. S. Warrell, R. D. ff :SV , I 1- C' ' 1 fr-' ' S . . , DEL' I 'A DEL I 'A DEL I A " ' ff fih V .. V Vf li '1,l7l5f"?. Ti V V l .V ' i'f' Q I i :VVV .su ' .ali , V W " - ft! - L V 4 v D .. ,V " 0 R ' l- -:L ' U , ., . V ' .I gb, , I Tri Delts zoomed into the school year fi' i .ij'55J' ,V V V VVVVVVV V " "Y 5 ', tfr . 5 with a new housemother and twelve , .,., Q-.ff ' H ' .V ,- l , . -' . ,fl V brand-new pledges . . . Roaring Twen- "-Q .5 V V . - ' ' V -af --L 1 . . . ",fl?ffl1f?,-1 A' 'E U V 5 A ,l-fl" ties rush party . . . Ginger is a cheer- A , ' , F, - V ff' ry leader . . . Dot Crumley Panhellenic ' ' , ,, An- '. ' 'o 0" . . . Q . ' Q 3 president, pioneer of co-eds in Hall of D if Y - ' I . I . V S7 V V. V, Fame . . . on our mantel the Intramural Championship V HQ, ' A 'V fy , Trophy. . . Two new cups after the Sigma Chi Derby .LE-,.Lt ' V, . 1 :il EQ 'i HVMW 1Q .. . . . Ugh, that tug! . . . the egg-throwing record set , , V V V V V by Dutch and Pris . . . flappers pushing Sheps Party- X V , - ,Q , , mobile . . . the mysterious disappearance of the l li ' " ' - . . . - u 1 7- "' L' . I A , yellow 1aclcet . . . the Tri Delts in politics . . . Dont i "'!' .. X ' A lky M ,, ' - . if . . H . . ,, 51, A fri: V V 'G V V Miss, Vote for Pris . . . Rip-roaring birthday parties . . "SV VNV '. V. V v - 'V . .V is 1 , .V M. V. fi lvl 'fvfi3'f1zi31f ,V . ,A G. V s V a Q ,V l : 1 .V , L ' -r . .V 5,4 ' fi' ' c, -tu' t' A, V x - . 'l il? .- v A-mold, B. Blair, N. L. Crossland, A. Crumley, D. B. Earnst, V. Fletcher, A. L. ?Owler, B. Franklin, R. E. Frazer, C. D. Frazier, K. S. Godwin, A. M. Goolsby, M. Haltiwanger,B. Garbin, B. V. Helms, M. F. Higqinbothan Hutchinson, M. Leps, V. S. Mdy, B. I. Middleton, B. Midyette, R. Miles, I. E, Newell, P. B. Omerly, M, D, Rhinehart, M. Rhoton, M. F. Richardson, A. Searcy, I. Shepard, C. B. Slaqle, L. -v. F2 Mg -. ,,, ,N 2 F5 l 'fl 1 sf pl ?"" QS-3. , W X' w f W' DELTA G NMA . ' - '4 1' . i I 1,1 A if I 'if A . 4 " Q . ' ., if as O ' fx ll C D . gi P i t r . .dig 'Q A ' TF? 'Q' Q , , P .4 X Q ,, I . W ifQf f ,am W,,sgt x K ' H I . i 3,w..,',. . I h h - Q., v 71:7 as gl' I Q A K 'X 1 I I i A ' 44:57 , - V, First birthday . . . that s what the Flor- - 3 . ' Aw' ' ge. 2 ida D. Gfs celebrated this year . . . the W' ' Ark. y A LQ,. Q Q M, annual tree-trimming party before the ' ' ' lf "' A Christmas holidays . . . books are still ' ' gf:1Zm'IMi Y' l1ilt3'xYi3E'M pitched in the "Passion Pit" . . . the traditional e e , . . 1 - - , , QQ., M f. Long, B. L. Pynchon, s. A. barbecues and the rains that forced the parties e 'V "' . . . t 'C - -- Timo" K' I' Thaw' D' P' inside . . . first annual Anchor Night . . . the A. 1 n V ., engraved garters and butonnieres . . . P1KA . Ag "7 Robert Hall becomes "Anchor Man" . . . early X A morning initiation and breakfast that followed Coburn' E' F' Dfwls' L' A' Duflley' R' . . . A year of memories for the Delta Gam- Hcxrter, M. I. Hitchcock, M. lskm, E. Leeder, M. Lenz, S. C. Lohman, M. A. ITICIS . . . Samrneck, M. Silsby, M. E. Spenqler, I. M. Thompson, A. Van Bussum Wright, M. L. KAPPA DELTA Q K Kappa Delta's Homecoming float trophy 9 . . . a fun-packed Hallowe'en hayride . . . 'W' the senior banquets and initiation dinners ' . . . entertaining the dates with Sunday night coffees . . . the many fraternity dinners and parties . . . The Christmas party' complete with Santa Claus . . . slumber parties honoring the pledges . . . midnight fraternity serenades . . . in the Hall of Fame, Lanier . . . on the Trianon charter, Chisholm, Gunn, and Lanier . . . KDs are proud of Bunnell and her Phi Beta Kappa key . . . yours 'til the next election. 9 94 FHS ve .v 292 N -Q . Q-ff-wi . ..sr ' i7'7 X , W, V, A 5 L54-.. -- X 'Nigga git? "'A 'x1g if 1 +1 Ml' - '--- 5.1. . 1 gl A ' - Y 3 , - 4' 1 I' if 'A' J -cf V , +5 l , ..........-if -t X f . . 5: . ., iv .ll .... ' .Rift s. . "if"'5'5' i"ll" ' ' .W . .:.... A Wil. ' ' 4 i U - , fi: 3 t K '- ' Q 4 t LX? 1 wr lt .I Al .4556 '1 .l " ,K f W. N., ' .W 'EW '- X Qi 7 J' ' Ei - . if 1' fi J. f ' F51 A 'Q P . - u-.. A ' f M' " .,."..i'-' www- ,I ' fssfagfffw i'i34., 'f'f'r"1tf i ,t 'fa 'Rf'v'f.,1 . A - F - . cv-. H r rf. . .. l Q V . I . I X . iii? ,J : f .s .-A f qw Aiwa r --1 -,,. ,uni .r w ,A .. I lj ' Q' .ff A 'A . . A ' lf , la -1 5 'C " ' . 2 . .. P, PHC 1 1 " ' 'i 1 f " 1 :V :tv . r . 5: . -' - . '1 : 1- - , 5. .ff 'N -. w ., 5 .' ,- 361-E "T, A ' si , ' 4 . ' V eff 5' . . chishoim, B. chmysz, M. N. coidren, I. If ' Haley, M. P. HealY, l- A. Hopkins, F- E' -' 7 Lanier, B. L. Le Sueur, I. M. Parker, T. A' 9 4 . . 0- Scarbrouqh Sinqletary, C. Sinqletaryf B' .. .gl J 2 1,3 . Q, f. ' r Bixler, F. E. Bostick, M. I. Bunnell, M. E. Costello, O. N. Enzor, P. A. Gunn, E. W. House, T. L. lenninqs, R.M. Iustus, N. Pickinpclugh, D. Roderick, G. Ross, I. Wall, M. A. Webber, M. Williams, E. G. R1 L, 'H I ' A Ye -9 G if I I M iw-'Q e . -. . .. V' -Zmggi . ' " W .fini "' -5 . ..eI5',NW - . .,, .V tiE':',if9-I,1,:..,.:,, , .4 , 1 .V . 'S 'V-wig, A 15?-.uw 1. kt'-' AMX f .fl-,M X 'Ek' of 1 . 5 1 Sf, I D x . .1-. I I ff - . I , ' IN ' 6 'il i ' -as-' . ' ' ' "' .-:ff ii' S- . Avy 4' 45... .1 X I PHI M OoGo'OoO Q O 4 Q Og "Under the Phi Mu tree, umm, ain't Q 3 we had fun!" . . . but not just there 000.099 . . . we frolicked from Wauburg to Fanning Springs, from the gym to the golf course . . . volleyball, bas- ketball, and softball . . . Ioan really kept us moving . . . a Sigma Chi tug-a-War trophy . . . the smell of Sloan's liniment lingered for weeks . . . Flo Ella reigned over the Ag Fair . . . the Phi Delt ghost from the days years ago when they lived in our house . . . only hot Water running through the bathroom pipes . . . nertz . . . can't forget those days! fi ' ,ru VA .. V ' . .LA I 4 ' . ,. ffsl - 4 NX 'N' . h I, h 5 be . - , f 6 li . 'ey' - .t , Q ,A .J - I A, h 'YV K3 V uf va if - ...Q .M , Alexander, C. T. Bennett, K. T. Bonsteel, G. Callanan, R. M. Cook, N. W. Decker, M. A. Duke, R. L. Gonzales, E. M. Hawkins, A. M. Higginbotham, A. l0hnson, D. E. lVIcGoon, L. M. McLeran, I. N. Peters, I. C. Benfroe, H. ROQSIS, B. A. Stone, S. M. Walker, M. Wells, M. Wright, W. L. 1 fi, ,g'.k vyygq I gm: 1 .Aim-.i,l-,le1,. -,1.w7p,53,.,5 .si , I r . Q . 39,6 ' V I g -. . i?f fi .i "' ' . I A ff' .jim i f' rf .K ,jg V H4 wfzt.-V' of 1 K . . 09 i"' ir""""f',...f5ill'3'il. p -.fs ' . 59, Iean Choauette kept the presiden- ' si A ' ,. V 5 " V SKY, tial ball rolling while Iune Cameron I 9' f W O O QW polished A.B.'s pin and kept the D' 12. . ll Q I I A , pledges Emily Posted . . . Ioanne xiii 4 N: " Colson, our gift to the Sigma Chi Derby stares, 1 gf 'L W' H . ' n f! . wedded Woodham and upped our Ehrmann L ,A "il fl ll .,-fy ratio-higher . . . through the keyhole: KS peep- it l yr. X i' I , I 3 show . . . Brooklyn was puzzled . . . plumbing, what's that? . . . where's the faux pas book . . . lion? who painted what lion . . . or did you say, Sambo, suh? . . . Convenient "Cousin Fred" . . . . Barbara SteWart's butchered copy . . . all in one college year. 'Vs 4 I ' " v I Colson, I. Dillon, P. ' Herring, S. I-lorlamus, E. I. , , Q ' . Schroeder, B. L. Smith, H. M. r- I ' Ig.: . X .rymgg I Blount, C. Brownhill, I. Callaway, A. A. Duggan, B. A. Durham, C. Gillespie, I. T. Kirven, M. S. McCollum, D. L. Parrish, L. C. , Vaughn, S. A. Walker, E- l. Williamson, I. 293 I, E u L-if Svfwluly, Mm ZETA TAU ALPHA LJ x, ' 95 'Eiga 0' tail 'T .ig From the TB drive, a TV set . . . and YQ -J trophy . . . Pat Hart, Miss University ifimggwi of Florida . . . six pins and a couple of diamonds . . . flashes from the Phi Delts . . . Millie stars, makes Hall of Fame . . . Suzi's nightgown . . . IB excursions . . . Ianet and Millie in Trianon . . . first choice of lots . . . fits X f Xa x ' 4 r V f' 14 f A X05 m 4, 0 ff' twt 1 X V- Crouch, I. A. Fry, E. H. Gordon, M. it P ,fi Harvey, P. S. Hodgson, M. K. Horne, F. l- 2' g f Mitchell, M. Z. MCDOuqGlCl, M. G. Nlbldck, C. T- , mil'-5 Thomas, T. Trotter, M. L. Wells, B. . if ,-,K as "Far from the eyes of the Phi Taus" . . . Peggy 333352 E' gfuitcgi E' "Coos" over the law books . . . Fran's religious Kerns, K. I. Meek, M. I. correspondence . . . Helen's Byrd . . . Panama 5?ii'3if5nl3'E' A- E. City house-party . . . serenades . . . "gollee" . . . Sezzy's laugh . . . turquoise shorts . . . seniors' unmentionables . . . sad goodbyes . . . looking forward to hello's . . . big things on new agenda. Florida-the man's world is no longer! Three years ago coeclucation was a term hardly used. Weekends lasted for weeks, stag parties were numerous, rules were few, Coeds and sororities were confined to Tallahassee. But with one stroke from the state legislature, the University of Florida opened its doors to coeducation. With the advent of Coeds came sororities, rules, fewer hitch-hikers on the Tally road. Five sororities braved "Boy's Town" the first year. Six more came on campus the second year to bring the number of women's groups to eleven. Three years have seen the development of a Panhellenic association, the traditional Panhell sing, an Open Weekend for high school girls, intramurals, and a boost in sorority quotas from the original twenty- five to a temporary list of thirty-five. Perhaps the most significant advance of coed groups is shown in plans for sorority row. While blueprints and house plans are but gleams in the eyes of some, they are realities for other groups. One sorority has already broken ground and has DRAWING LOTS FOR SORORITY ROW. . . . an. eye toward the very near future. drawn up plans with an eye to the very near future. The row, complete with lagoon, landscaping, eleven houses, and university limitations, will be a definite part of the university in about five years. These first three years stand as an era of pioneer- ing for women students, and as adequate proof of the progress these women have made in a man's world. gf,-544.1 5 -,544 .1 77' All!lllHl,S Peachtree St. no longer has a monopoly on pretty girls TRI DELTS TAKE SECOND PLACE IN SX DERBY Competition was a little more lhan. somewhat GAINESVILLE PANHELLENIC SCHOLARSHIP TROPHY TO MARY BUNNELL The KD's were proud of their brainchild PANHELL RECEIVES AT TEA And Dr. Allen. loolrs at lhe camera. A BRIDGE TOURNAMENT WAS HELD Sigma Kappas in training 1 ..f , I L,,,,fS L' - H 1 X I V 1 f . f ' , We J .'. I :EW I jinm Hou, 71011, Saga? X li uf 1 fl' WT K X V 'Im'-1"fu - -'H 7 'GL . NQIZ4 I dim, jwuz, .S.taLpL, Mo, Hn 1 1 111 012 'L 45P CLASSES Bill Atkinson, Vice-President Bill Rutledge, President Brentwood Bryang Secretary-Treasurer fnot shownl ACOSTA, S. W. Gainesville Arts cmd Sciences. ADAIR, I. Lake Worth Engineering: ASCE: BBS: FES. ADAMS, I. B. Leesburg Pharmacy: Executive Council t49li Kappa Psi. ADAMS. R. E. Panama City Pharmacy. ADAMS, R. H. Iacksonville Engineering: AIEE-IRE. ADAMS, W. C. Winter Garden Engineering: Sigma Tau: ASME t'I'reas.J. -ADDINGTON, W. M. Tampa Agriculture: Phi Gamma Delta, Rec. Sec. ADEN, I. I. West Palm Beach Business Administration. ADICKS, I. G. lasper Business Administration. ADKINS. M. R. Moore Haven Business Administration: Scabbard and Blade: Young Democrats: Executive Council H9-509: Virsity Football MG, 47, 48l: Chairman of Finance Committee I-193: 'Apacho: Pres., S.A.E. ADKISON, H. M. Ocala Agriculture: Block and Bridle: Ag Club t47l. ADMIRE, R. S. Coral Gables Arts and Sciences: Sigma Tau Delta: Phi Beta Kappa. AKERMAN, F. E. Orlando Engineering: AIEE-IRE tSet:. 49, SOI: Younq Republicans t'l'reas. 48, 49, 501. AKERMAN, I. E. West Palm Beach Business Administration. AKRA, V. D. Iacksonville Business Administration: Newman Club. ALBERT, L. T. Miami Agriculture: Dairy Science Club. ALBRIGHT, T. B. Crestview Forestry: Forestry Club. ALBURY. R. F. Miami Education: ASCE: Canterbury Club: Chalk and Eraser. ALFRED, W. T. Pensacola Pharmacy: Rho Chi: Mortar and Pestle: Pensacola Club: Newman Club. ALLEN, B. L. St. Petersburg Business Administration: Real Estate Club. ALLEN. R. S. Mt. Dora Engineering: ASCE: FEIS. ALLEN, W. G. Tampa Business Administraton: Tampa Club tVice-Pres.l: Marketing Society: Cadet Officer ROTC. ALLISON. E. C. ZI.ive Oak Engineering. ALLUMS, R. G. Pensacola Engineering. ANDERSON, C. E. Dundee Pharmacy: Mortar and Pestle: APA: Haines City Club: Executive Council. ANDERSON. D. G. Miami Architecture: Student Builcler's Association. ANDERSON. W. Orlando Agriculture. ANGELL, R. P. St. Petersburg Architecture: Student Builder's Association: St. Pete Club. ANSLEY, I. I. Tampa Engineering: Student Chapter AIChE. ANTHONY, S. I. Iacksonvillo Agriculture. APPELBAUM. W. A. Miami Arts and Sciences: Grand National Champion, Debate Gnd Discussion: Varsity Debate: Alligator Bus. Staff: Seminole Bus. Stall: Debate Society Nice-Pres.l: Blue Key. APPLEBY, A. B. Palatka Pharmacy: Mortar and Pestle: Putnam County Club. 299 vs'-v' 1 ,4- 'YB' Wm P- X41 -in ..,-N ,,.-. W '-inf' x gf. Wx ',-,:1.i3,'.:::l it . Ezfiftfw .:, - I ,Worr as ,1 4 3 " . T, bp . rw ' .f 'F W9 -.1 .,-.1 , v u ml' , 'U'1,xf. f APRILETTI, C. A. Bartow Engineering: AIEE-IRE: Newman Club. APTE, S. H. Miami Engineering: Alpha Phi Omega: IAS tSec. 481: Benton Engineering Council. ARMAYOB, A. Key West Arts and Sciences. ARMSTRONG, D. E. Stuart Architecture: Gargoyle: AIA. ARMSTRONG, W. Ft. Lauderdale Business Administration: Alpha Phi Omega: Pep Club. ATKINS E S Orlando Architecturef L'Apache. ,, , fx W. . Y.. ,Q .vt 'X ci ATKINSON, W. G. E. Iacksonville Agriculture: "F" Club: SEC Spiked Shoe: Track tCaptain ftgil: Basketball tCaptain 491: Vice.Pres. Senior Class: L Apache. . AUSLEY. E. B. Ocala t Engineering: AIEE: FES: Benton Engineering Society. AUSTIN. C. F. Brooksville Forestry: Forestry Club. AWBREY, B. B. Roanoke, Alabama Business Administration: Beta Alpha Psi. BADGER. E. E. Ocoee Agriculture: FFA: Ag Club: Alpha Tau Alpha. BAIRD, B. O. Gainesville Education: Kappa Kappa Psi: Fla. Assn. Science Teachers: Music Educator National Cont.: Evening Musical: Gator Band tSection Leaderl: Orchestra. BAKER, I. D. Jacksonville Business Administration: Real Estate Club: Insurance Society. BAKER, T. N. Iacksonville Arts and Sciences: Real Estate Club. BANKS, A. O. Jacksonville Education: Chalk and Eraser: Industrial Arts Club. BARBER. R. M. Gainesville Arts and Sciences. BAHCO. I. F. Palmetto Agriculture: ASAE. BABECH, S. N. Belleview Agriculture. BARDEN, C. Boniiay Forestry: Forestry Club: Zi Sigma Pi: Scabbard and Blade. BARKER, C. E. Vero Beach Business Administration. BARKER, S. L. McKamie, Arkansas I Engineering: ASCE: PES. l BARNES. C. W. Oklawaha ' Engineering: Sigma Tau: AIEE-IRE. BARNHILI., C. E. Punta Gorda Engineering. ' BARNETT, D. H. Fort Meade Engineering. BARBETO, A. Tampa Arts and Sciences. BARRETT. P. L. Iacksonville Architecture: Gargoyle. BARTLING, W. M. Hoosick Falls, N. Y. Education. -'ff BASHAW. W. H. Gainesville Physical Education: Olympian Club: Gainesville Club. BASHAW. Z. T. Gainesville Agriculture. BATES. I. C. Arcadia 'T-" " ' Pharmacy: Mortar and Pestle: Rho Chi tHistorlanl. V ,p fd - 73 BATES, 'r. 1.. Leesburg ' Business Administration. BATES. W. H. Altoona, Pa. Forestry: Forestry Club. 300 BAXLEY, A. R. Milton Engineering: ASCE: Sigma Tau. BAYNARD, L. B. St. Petersburg Engineering: IAS: State Student Committee: St. Pete Club- Benton Engineering Society. ' BEAL, I. F. Plant City Forestry: Forestry Club iSec.-Treas.l: Xl Sigma Pi. ' BEASLEY. C. F. Winter Haven ' Agriculture: Phi Eta. Sigma. Q r-'ft th,-f, fix' Vs:-vw A.. BECK: G. D. N. Winter Garden fy -fs Agriculture: Thyrsus: Barbell Club. BECKER, E. P. Jacksonville Business Administration. BELITZ, I. N. Orlando Agriculture: Thyrsus: Ag Club: White Friars. BELL, C. R. Branford Engineering: ASCE: Benton Engineering Society. BELL, I. A. Pensacola Business Administration. BELSEH, P. P. Boniiay Business Administration. BENITO, IOE M. Tampa Arts and Sciences. BENN, D. G. Merritt Island Engineering: Gator Amateur Radio Club. BENNETT, M. E. Bartow Business Administration. BENNETT, W. A. West Palm Beach Architecture: AIA. BENSON, T. F. Galena, Illinois Engineering: ASCE. BEBGMANN, C. E. Iacksonville Forestry: Forestry Club: Adc-lphcs. ssncoulsr, R. B. Pierce' Physical Education. BEHNSTEIN, I. R. St. Augustine Arts and Sciences: Nu Rho Psi: Hillel. BEST, E. L. -Daytona Beach Engineering: AIEE: Kappa Kappa Psi: Band. BETHEA, F. W. Iacksonville Business Administration: Jacksonville Club: Insurance Society. l BEVILLE, B. C. Gainesville 4 Agriculture: ASAE. BEVIS, B. Arcadia ' Agriculture. 5 BIELBY, C. W. DeLand Agriculture: FIC. BIGHAM, T. C. Gainesville Architecture: Student Buildcr's Assn: ATA. i BINNEY, R. L. N. Miami Beach Business Administration: Bacchus: ACS. BISHOP, I. W. Elizabethtown, Pa. H Engineering: SAM tTreas. 49-507: PES. BISHOP, T. W. lacksonville Business Administration: Delta Sigma Pi: "F" Club: Football M6, 47, 48, 491: Basketball l46l. BISLEY, G. H. Tampa Engineering: ASME: Scabbarcl and Blade. BLACK, R. I.. Gainesville Business Administration. BLACK, R. S. Chicago, Illinois Forestry. BLACKBURN. A. B. Quincy Business Administration: Gadsden County Club tTreas.J. BLANCO, M. R. Tampa Arts and Sciences: Adelphos Society: Bacteriology Society. 301 .,--su 5:-vw YD W--Q. .sy . v ,- J'-4 qy-5 1 -..,x -3- ge- '.-- x 1+ E. 'sl' mia. BLAIR, O. E. New Smyrna Beach Architecture: Student Builders Assn. BOARDMAN. R. E. lacksonville Architecture: Phi Eta Sigma: AIA: Gargoyle. BODEEP, L. E. Miami Pharmacy: Kappa Epsilon: Mortar and Pestle. BOKAS. F. V. Pensacola Business Administration: Alpha Kappa Psi 1Pres. Historianl: Marketing Society: Pensacola Club 1Vice Pres.. Sec.l. BONNETT, C. W. Tampa Agriculture: Agriculture Club: Thyrsus Club. BOLIN. C. E. Seville Education. BONNEH. C. C. Jacksonville Business Administration. 'soon'rsm.As, G. n. stf Petersburg Business Administration. BOOZEH, W. O. Gainesville Agriculture. BORLING, I. S. Orlando Business Administration: Varsity Tennis 146, 47, 48, 49l: F Club: Real Estate Club. ' 1 BORGSCHULZE. W. A. St. Petersburg ' Arts and Sciences: Camera Club 1Pres.J. BOSTWICK, W. M. Daytona Beach Business Administration: Los Picaros 1Vice-Pres., His- torlanl, Kappa Kappa Psi: Band. BOWDEN. H. M. Jacksonville Business Administration. . BOWERS. P. M. Mt. Dora Arts and Sciences: Radio Guild 1Sec.l: Florida Players: Women's Glee Club: Choral Union. BOWLES, R. I.. Iacksonville Business Administration: Pep Club: Insurance Society: Cavaliers. BOYD. H. L. Hollywood Engineering: Cavaliers: AIEE. BOYD, W. E. Sarasota Arts and Sciences: Alligator 1Sports, Associate Editor 45-48, Intramurals Edttorl: Seminole 1Sports Editorl: Committee of 67: lntramurals---Pub- licity Director. ' BHACKEN. W. V. D. St. Petersburg En ineering: Blue Key: Cheerleader 1Capt.l: Varsity Swlmminq: gECiDiIling Champion 1481: Pep Club: F Club: Hall oi Fame 1481: em no e. BRADSHAW. S. H. Lake City Business Administration: Seminole 148l. BRAGG, I. H. Tampa ' Education: Florida Pla ers: Pep Club. BHALEY. W. C. Daytona Beach t Engineering: Sigma Tau: ASME: Executiv Council. BRAND, R. S. Miami Beach Engineering: ASME. BRANTLEY, H. M. Zolio Springsl Agriculture: FFA: Block and rldle. BRICE, M. W. Lakeland Physical Education: Olympia Club: Varsity Football 1483 1Mgr, 49l: Varsity Baseball 15Ul. BRIDGLAND, T. F. St. Petersburg Arts and Sciences. BRINKLEY. L. A. Lake City Business Administration: L'Apache. BROAD!-'O0'l'. A. R. Clewiston Architecture: Gargoyle: l.'Apache. BROCK. A. H. Sanford Business Administration: Signa Tau Delta 1Treas.l: Phi Eta Siqma: Georgia Seagle Cooperative, Vice- Pres.: Executive Council: Student Religious Assn.: Pres. Pre-Ministerial Assn.: Wesley Foundation. BROCKWAY. G. R. West Palm Beach Engineering: ASCE: FES: Benton Engineering Society. BROGDON. I. E. Alapaha, Ga. Agriculture: FFA. BROOKER. M. A. Gainesville Business Administration. BROOKS. G. H. Iacksonville Engineering: SAM 1Pub. Ch. 49-50l. 302 BROPSON, I. I. Center Moriches, New York Business Administration. -AQ, BROWDER, R. M. Wallace, North Carolina ' V07 Business Administration: Alligator t't7J, Exec. Editor MBI: Summer Gator Editor MQJ: Orange Peel ,----- Features MED. BROWN, A. R. Gainesville Agriculture. BROWN, A. S. Dade City Engineering. BROWN. A. W. Gainesville Business Administration. BROWN. C. F. Dunnellon Business Administration. BROWN, E. Sarasota Education: Chalk and Eraser: Scabbctrcl and Blade: Sam. sota Club. BROWN. G. W. Hollywood 'A Business Aclrninistraticn. ,. BROWN, H. L. Durham, North Carolina Business Administration: Insurance Society: Salons Club: Intramurals Official: Brooksville Club. BROWN, 7. 1. Miami : ' Agriculture. ' BROWN. R. E. Ochopee Agriculture. BROWN. R. M. Plant City Pharmacy. BROWN, W. A. Pensacola . Engineering: IRE: Gator Raclio Club. BROWN, W. H. St. Petersburg fl Architecture: Garrett Club: St. Petersburg Club: Ad. Club: Orange Peel: Seminole. BROWN, W. H., IR. Miami Engineering: ASCE: Sigma Tau. BROWN. W. T, St. Augustine Business Administration. x BROWN, T. West Palm Beach Business It.clministration:' Rafrl Estato Club M7-481 tPres. 49l: Delta Sigma Pi M9-50l: Palm Peach Club tScc. 43-lOl: Bacchus tPres. 46-471: lr. IFC M6-47l. . BROWNHILL, I. Iacksonville . Fflncation: Sigma Karma: Summer Executive Council: Solons Club: Chalk and Eraser. BRYAN, I. D. Fort Pierce Business Administrration: Alpha Kappa Psi: Insurance Club. BRYAN, R. B' Pensacola ' Business Aclxninistration: Beta Kappa Psi: Alpha Kappa Psi: Svc.-Troas. Senior Class M9-503: BSU: Student Assistant: Freshman Orientation Grouo Leader t48l: POl'lfSfICTOlG:Cll1bI Gator Lodqe 399 IOOF: Theta Chi. n 1 I: BRYAN, w. E. Tun.,-ft Q Business Administration: Seminole Stall M6-471. BRYAN, N. larksanvillje Business Aclministratiy n. t ' BUCHANAN. H. H. Tampa Arts and Sciences: Phi Alpha Theta: Pres. Canterbury Club. BUCROLTZ, M. T. Iacksonville. Arts and Sciences: Sigma Delta Pi: Pi Delta Phi, BUNNELI., M. E. St. Petersburg Arts and Sciences: Alpha Lambcla Delta: Los Picaros: Stqma Delta Pl: Treas. Kappa Delta. ' BURDEN, G. S. Winter l-laven Agriculture. BURKE, I. T. St. Petersburg Agriculture: ASAE. BURKLEW, I. E. St. Petersburg Arts and Sciences. BURKS, T. C. Pensacola Education. , BURNS, C. B. Jacksonville Architecture: Scabbard and Blade. BUSLINGER, I. M. Miami Engineering: AIEE. BUSSE, R. A. lacksonville Business Administration: Alpha Kappa Psi: Alpha Phi Omega: Insurance Society: Marketing Society: lack- 303 scnvllle Club: Track and Cross Country. -1 r--, GZ' 1 ,pw-f 4-4' -Q-.A 'arf '54 ' P+ L L,-.9 ...- V--. ,,--r as 1 "'7"u- . YV f -,, 13 , Sill'- ,fk-'YM C' .Ad Pvt 1 N2 Q., l W. W4 N-'Tart .- 'v W7-'wx 945. 45. in f -5 3, . fv- 'il--vw ' 25 r A .N 3' f. 'TR' ...xx BUTLER, E. S. Delray Beach Business Administration. BUXBAUM, M. W. l-lellywood Arts and Sciericrvs: Phi Eta Sigma: Alpha lglpsilon Delta. CARRERA, M. I. Miami Business Administration. CABRERA. R. G. Miami Arts and Sciences. CALLANAN, R. M. Orlando Education: Panliellenic: Executive Council: Presaident's Cabinet: Florida Union Social Com mittee. CAMPBELL, A. D. Graceville Forestry: Forestry Club. CANNON. F. W. Live Oak Business Administration: Scabbard and Blade. CARPER, R. H. Ft. Lauderdale Education: Industrial Arts Association: Chalk and lzlraser. I CARMEL, H. L. Katonali, New Yorl-: Pharmacy: Mortar and Pestle. CARLTON, I. D. Plymouth Agriculture: Aa Club: FFA Club. CARR, L. O. Jacksonville Engineering. I CARSON, W. Z. Sebring Agriculture. CARTER, B. W. Bonitay liducation. CARTER. I. R. Iacksonville Arts and Sciences. CARTER, I. W. Savannah, Georgia Arts and Sciences. CARTER, I. W. Oxford Business Administration: Marketing Society: Head Student Assistant, Florida Union: Chairman, Florida Union Social Board: Adelphos Society tPres.l: PreS1- dent's Cabinet, tSecretary ot Financel. CARTER, S. A. Flushing, New York Engineering: ASCE. CARVER. H. L. Gainesville Agriculture: Soils Club. CARVER. R. L. Gainesville Engineering: ASME. CASSADAY, C. C. Bushnell Education: Intramurals Manager. l t CASSENS, R. D. l"ort Pierce Agriculture. CASSIDY, R. C. Iaeksonville Business Administration: Scabbarcl md Blade: Insurance Society? Seminole Business Manager, t50l, Asst. Business Manager Sports Editor MBI: Orange Peel Business Manager 1491. CAUSEY, I. W. Tampa , Agriculture: FIC: ASAE. CHADWICK. R. H. Iacksonville Business Administration. CHALKER, K. Y. Holly Hill Engineering: AIEE. CHAMBERLAIN, C. Chattanooga, 'Tennessee Arts and Sciences. CHAMBERS, M. West Palm Beach Engineering. COUNTS, F. E. St. Petersburg Business Administration: St. Petersburg Club. CHAMBERS. W. C. Ocala Agriculture: Society of American Bacteriologists. CHAMBLEE, T. F. Pensacola Business Administration: Cavaliers. CHANDLER, R. D. Miami C48-49l. Engineering: PES: Benton Engineering Society: AIEE-IRE Vice-Chairman C48-49l, Chairman 149-50l. CHAPIN, R. E. St. Petersburg Pharmacy: Mortar and Pestle. 304 CHAPLAIN, D. K. Miami Beach Architecture: AIA: Miami Club. CHEEK. W. H. Iacksonville Arts and Sciences. CHESSBR. R. M. Vernon Agriculture. CHILDBRS, G. C. Miami Beach Engineering: ASCE: Golf Team 1481. CHILDRE. I. W. Palatka Architecture: Student Builders' Association. CHILSON. V. T. Arcadia Engineering: ASME. CHISHOLM. B. Avon Park Education: Women Students' Association Iunior Represen- tative 1491, Vice-President 1501: Pep Club, Secretary 1501: President's Cabinet, 1Secretary of Women's Aflairs1 1501: Women's Recreation Association: Intramurals Board 1491: Archery, Club, Sec. 1491: Orientation Group Leader 148-491. CHRISTENSEN. E. W. Oakland Park Arts and Sciences: Los Plcaros: Florida Union Social Board: Barbell Club. CHURCH. D. M. lacksonville Engineering: IAS. CHURCH. G. P. Ellenton Agriculture: Ag Club: Thyrsus. CLARK. I. M. Iacksonville Business Administration. CLARK. R3 M. Tampa Pharmacy: Mortar and Pestle: Orange Peel. CLARK, C. R. Gainesville Arts and Sciences. A CLARK, R. U. Alexandria, Virginia Education: Chalk and Eraser: Solons Club 1Treas.1. CLARK. W. C. Tampa Business Administration: Alpha Kappa Psi: Orange Peel 1Bus. Manager1: International Relations Club 1Vlce-Pres.1: Tampa Club: Insurance Society: White Friars: Seminole 1Business Stafi1. CLARKE, R. S. Tampa Business Administration: Alpha Kappa Psi: Market- ing Society 1VicefPres. 48-491: Tampa Club. CLARKSON. I. D. Fort Myers Arts and Sciences: Alligator 1Managlng Ed.1: Sigma Delta Chi, 1Pres.1: Scabbard and Blade 1Sec.1: Orange Peel: Florida Blue Key. CLAVEL. E. M. Wauchula Agriculture: ASAE: Block and Bridle. CLEGG. H. F. Bunnell Agriculture. CLELAND. R. S. Leesburg N Architecture: Gargoyle. CLEMENTS, D. C. Auburndalo Arts and Sciences: Florida Blue Key: Honor Court 1Chancellor 49-501: President's Cabinet 1Sec. Labor1: Phi Delta Phi: Scabbard and Blade: Iohn Marshall Bar Association: Cavaliers: FIC 1Vice-Pres. 491: Debate Society: Florida Union Board of Managers 149-501: Student Advisory gommittee: Alligator Electoral Board: Executive Council 148-491: Young emocrats. CLEMENTS. I. E. Iacksonville Architecture: Gargoyle: AIA. - CLEMENZI. F. B. Gainesville Education: Alligator 1481. CLEMONS. O. O. Kissimmee Agriculture: Alpha Zeta: Block and Bridle: Executive Council. COBB, A. L. Largo Business Administration. COBB. I.. W. Ocala Agriculture: Block and Bridle. COBB, R. Iacksonvllle Arts and Sciences. I COBB. R. E. Ft. Lauderdale Business Administration: Young Democrats: Ft. Lauderdale Club: Pershing Rifles, COCHRAN. B. I.. Fort Myers Education. COCHRAN, I. F. Punta Gorda Agriculture: Sigma Delta Psi: Manager-Varsity Football. COCHRANE. B. I.. Wauchula Education: Chalk and Eraser: Wildcat Independent League. COI-TEEN, G. W. Orlando 305 Business Administration: Alpha Kappa Psi. ,.:K 'W' N ' ,- ...df L' X Nc! Q.. W' gf' ,,...- on ,,...- ... gc .. e... 'FFF' -4. 's .1 3, ., "i, 'I COHEN, W. H. Iacksonville Arts and Sciences: F Club: Varsity Tennis t48-493. COLEMAN, I.. A. Daytona Beach Arts and Sciences. COLEMAN, I. W. Punta Gorda Education: Chalk and Eraser: Advertising Club. COLEE. H. G. St. Augustine Arts and Sciences: IRC: Sociology Club. COLES, I. B. Iacksonville Business Administration. COLLIER, M. I.. Lake City Forestry: Alpha Phi Omega: Forestry Club. COLLINS, C. H. Fort Myers Engineering: Sigma Tau: AIEE-IRE. COLLINS, I. M. Palmyra, Arkansas Forestry. H - COLLINS, W. E. Fort White Agriculture. COLSON, H. I-'. Iacksonville Engineering: Scabbard and Blade: AIEE: FES. COMEY, I. H. Rocky River, Ohio Architecture: F Club: Orange Peel. CONAWAY. B. D. lay Education. CONKLING, M. F. Gainesville Arts and Sciences: Gamma Sigma Epsilon. CONNELL, 'l'. L. Valdosta, Georgia Forestry. COOK, D. Y. Fort Lauderdale Engineering: Sigma Tau: Scabbard and Blade: ASME: Broward County Club. COOK, H. F. West Palm Beach Architecture. CONSAGRA, I. Tampa Agriculture: Tampa Club: ASAE. CORBITT, C. R. Tampa V Education. CORNELL, R. P. Teaneck, New Iersoy Education. CORRELL. H. L. Sarasota Business Administration: Student Marketing Institute. i COTTEN, H. I. McComb, Mississippi Engineering: American Chemical Society' AlCE: Newman Club. COULTER, C. S. Gainesville Arts and Sciences: Bacteriology So'iety. COWART, M. M. Bronson X Forestry. . cowrzu, B. 1. Greensboro Agriculture: Ag Club. COSPER, W. M. Brighton, Alabama rllfhysical Education: Honorary Member "F" Club: Freshman Athletic ramer. COX, C. B. Iacksonville Arts and Sciences. COX, E. P. St. Petersburg Pharmacy. COX, I. G. Iacksonville Education: Chalk and Eraser. CRAIG, I. W. Tarpon Springs Engineering: Sigma Tau: A CE: Tarpon Springs Club: Student Counselor -Men's Residence Halls. CRATEM, R. G. Iacksonville Business Administration: Insurance Society: Alpha Kappa Psi. CRAWFORD, A. M. Iacksonville Business Administration: Marketing Society: Alpha Kappa gTi:bCommissioner Flavet III: Mayor Flavet III: Iacksonville u . CRAWFORD, D. C. Starke Agriculture: Alpha Zeta: Newell Entomological Society. 306 CREVASSE A W. Cedar Keys CREWS R. V. Lawton, Oklahoma Education: Glee Club: Chalk and Eraser. CRIBBETT. A. F. St. Petersburg Agriculture: Alpha Zeta: Block and Bridle: Los Picaros KState Treas.1: Florida College Farmer. CROFT. G. A. Mulberry Engineering. CROSBY H S. Gainesville Arts and Sciences. CROVATT, C. G. Jacksonville Business Administration: Real Estate Club: Army Transportation Association. CHUM, D. I. Waynesboro, Pennsylvania Physical Education: Olympian Club, CULBREATH. E. C. Tampa Engineering: Sigma Tau: AICE: Phi Eta Sigma. CUSHING W S. Ormond Engineering AIEE: FES: Gator Radio Club. CUTTS C. D. Gainesville Business Administration: Marketing Society. DAMICO. H. East Province, Rhode Island Architecture: Kappa Kappa Psi tPres.1: Gargoyle: Gator Band lAsst. Business Mgr.1. DAMSEL, C. H. Apopka Business Administration: National Collegiate Players: Florida' Players tVice-Pres. 49-501: Central Florida Inter-Fraternity Association tPres. 48-491. DANESE H I.. South lacksonville Pharmacy Mortar and Pestle: Kappa Psi, DANFOBTH, H. P. Orlando Agriculture: Horticulture Club, - DANIEL, W. F. Chipley Arts and Sciences: Blue Key: President's Cabinet tSec. of Laborl: BSU, Executive Council: Military Drill Organization fPres.1: Vice-Pres. Freshman Class 1461: Vice-Pres. lunior IFC: Vice-Pres. Parliamentary Procedure Club: Young Democrats: Debate Society: Cavaliers. DANTZLER, R. Winter Haven Arts and Sciences: Radio Guild: Florida Players: Advertising Club: Alpha Delta Sigma. DART R M Iacksonville' Business Administration. DASHER, L. S. Tallahassee Business Administration: Alpha Phi Omega: Alpha Kappa Psi: ln- surance Society: Cavaliers: Bacchus: IRC. DAVIS. A. Walnut Hill Agriculture. , DAVIS, C. E. lacksonville ' Iournalism: Florida Blue Key: Sigma Delta Chi fTreas.1: Alpha Phi Omega lTreas.1: IFC tPres. 48-49, Vice- Pros. 47-481. DAVIS H P Atmore, Alabama Agriculture Ag Club: Soils Club. DAVIS I.. M. Chicago, Illinois Arts and Sciences, DAVIS, M. W. Pensacola- Business Administration: Kappa Kappa Psi: Gator Band: University Symphony Orchestra. DAVIS, S. A. Panama City Forestry: Forestry Club. DAVIS Z Palm Beach Business Administration. DE ARMOND, I. M. Clearwater Business Administration: Delta Sigma Pi: Clearwater Club. DEEB, R. I. St. Petersburg Business Administration: Beta Alpha Psi: Beta Gamma Sigma: Newman Club: Fencing Club: St. Petersburg Club. DEEN, I. L. Coral Gables Architecture: AIA: Gargoyle: Seminole Staff 1461: Alli- gator Staii 1471. DE HAAN Q C. Orlando Arts and Sciences: Alpha Epsilon Delta: Pi Mu Wice-Pres.1: Student Counselor Men's Residence Halls. DE HON, I-'. T. St. Petersburg Business Administration: L'Apache. DI-I LOE, I. P. Orlando Architecture: AIA. DEMI-ISA. M. Tampa Arts and Sciences: Los Picaros. DENMARK, E. T. Marianna Education: Scabbard and Blade: Seminole t49l: Wesley Foundation. Treas. DENMARK, n. s. ron Pierce ' Agriculture. ' DENNY. I. R. Trenton ' Business Administration: Beta Alpha Psi. DENTITH, I. I. St. Petersburg Agriculture: Agricultur Club: Honor Court: BUC- teriology Society. do LA RUE. F. W. Pensacola Engineering: Gamma Sigma Epsilon: AICE: FES. DE VANEY. I. E. Leesburg Education. DIAZ, M. B. Tampa Engineering: IAS. DICKERSON, G. C. Marianna . Business Administration: Insurance Society: L'Apache7 Real Estate Club: 'Canterbury Club: IRC: SeminOl9 146-481: Young Democrats. DICKEY, H. M. Tampa Education: FIC: Gator Radio Club: Chalk and Eraser. DIEDEMAN. T. E. Bartow Education: Wesley Foundation, Treas. CDILLINGEH, A. c. 'riomfcity Engineering: ASME. DILLINGER, H. H. Sarasota Business Adm.: Blue Key: Hall of Fame: Seminole 147-48-49l, Editor f5Ol: Phi Gamma Delta, Pres. t49li Young Democrats: Pres. Adv. Comm. on PublicationS: Exec. Council t-17-48l: Glee Club. DINKINS, W. A. Yankeetown Business Administration. DIRGHALLI, S. G. Iacksonville Arts and Sciences: Pi Mu: Canterbury Club: Young Democrats: Choral Union: Alpha Epsilon Delta. DIXON. R. N. Dunnellon Agriculture. , DODSON, B. C. Sutherlin, Virginia Engineering: AIEE-IRE: Pep Club MGI: Cavaliers. DOHNER, I.. D. West Palm Beach 'Arts and Sciences: Alpha Epsilon Delta. DONOFHO. I. L. Niagara Falls, New York Architecture: AIA: Gargoyle. DOOLEY, L. G. Merritt Island Arts and Sciences: Phi Eta Elgma: Nu Rho Psi: Studelll Counselor: Glee Club. ' DONEY. I. W. Iacksonville Bus. Adm.: Alpha Kappa Psi: Marketing Societilr IRC: Intramurals Mgr. t49J: Vice-Pres. ophomofe Class: Exec. Council MBI: Solons Club t47l: Circulation Mgr.-Summer Gator:t48l: Presidential Advisor C4931 Cancer Drive t48l. 1 1 DORMINY, I. A. Avon Park Arts and Sciences: Alpha Kappa Psi: Sc bbard and Blade: Alpha Phi Omega: L'Apache: Ir. IFC I47-481: Young Democrats. noucms. c. x. zephyrmiis l Education: Pasco County Club. Q DOWDELL, S. A. Tampa Forestry. DOWLING, R. E. Jacksonville Education: Industrial Arts Society: Chalk and Erase!- DOWNEY. N. B. Cantonment Arts and Sciences. DRANB. C. D. Iacksonville - Business Administration. DREW. E. D. Iacksonville . Business Administration: Iacksonville Club: IFC: Young Democrats: Sportsmon's Club. Daman, n. H. si. Petersburg A Architecture. DRIGGERS. A. I.. Oxford Agriculture: Football H6-48-49l. DRIGGEHS, D. B. Apopka Agriculture: FFA: Ag Club. DRURY. F. V. Jacksonville Q ' Architecture: Gargoyle: Bacchus: Student Builders' ASSO' ciation Nice-Pres.l. DRYDEN, R. E. Miami Engineering: AIEE-IRE: Gator Radio Club. 308 DRYDEN. V. W. Sedan: Kansas Electrical Engineering: IRE: Gator Amateur Radio Club, DUBOIS, I. I. St. Petersburg Education: St. Petersburq Club. DUFF, I. H. West Palm Beach Education: Chalk and Eraser: Garrett Club: Kappa Delta Pi, DILGAN. I. St. Petersburg . usiness ministr t' : Pl' All Th . S Society t'l'reas. 49: U pm em' Adelpho DUKE. R. I.. Alachua Education. DUKES. N. M. Lake Butler Agriculture. DUMAS. I. C. New Smyrna Beach Education. DUNCAN. I. W. Branford Education: Industrial Arts Club. DUNLAP. R. H. Charleston, Scuth Carolina Pharmacy: American Pharrnacoutical Association. DUNLAP, W. P. St. Petersburg gcliicagon: CA1ss1gt.5Iditor glliqatori Orange Peel Staff: FIC: St. eers urq u : ounq emocra s. DUNWOODY. L. B. Miami Pharmacy. DURDEN, W. A. Nichols Arts and Sciences. DURLAND, H. P. Middletown, Ndw York I Business Administration: Beta Alpha Psi: Adclphos Society. DUTTON. H. E. Sebrinq Bnqineerinq: AIEE-IRE. EARNEST, V. A. West Palm Beach - Arts and Sciences: Cheerleader: Cavalettes: Pep Club: Palm Beach Club: Seminole Staff: Vice-Pres. Delta Delta Delta. EASON. H. H. St. Petersburg Business Administration. EASTMORE. E. L. Jacksonville , Business Administration: Los Picaros: Buckman Council: Salons Club. ECONOMOS. T. M. Bradenton 'Business Administration. BDMISTON, H. B. Cumberland, Maryland Engineering: IRE. EIE, R. A. Gainesville Education: Cavaletles. EISGROU. H. M. Daytona Be ch Arts and Sciences: Alpha P ii Omeqa. ELLEH, I. K. Arcadia Pharmacy: "Florida Favorites" tBandleaderl. ELLIAS, I.. T. Idcksonville . Architecture: AIA. ELLISON, N. M. lacksonville Arts and Sciences: Nu Rho Psi. ELLMAKER, S. I. Lakeland Business Administration: Beta Alpha Psi: IFC: Honor Court: Glee Club fgfcg and V. Pres.l: Lambda Chi Alpha tTreas. and Pres.J: Advertising U . ELKINS, R. C. Pellsmere Arts and Sciences. ELLIS, C. B. Frostproof Agriculture. ELSBERRY, W. R. Wimauma Business Administration: Beta Alpha Psi. ELSTON, G. W. Plant City Business Administration. ELLEDGE, I. H. Okeechobee Enqineerinq: AlChE. EMANUEI.. P. D. Tampa Business Administration: Alpha Kappa Psi. ENGLAND, H. M. Miami Beach ' Arts and Sciences: Hillel Foundation: IZPA: Marlin . Club: Alligator Staff. 309 - " IV-.3 ' 'vw Q . n ro N ,..--f 4:-. wa" "1 4.4 'V-.Q . nv' 1 A-. Mrs 1, .in I "Sn px, 1-A" ez- N-I '-'W' ,N if VIH.-r ' "5 ESTEVEZ, D. H. Gainesville Engineering. EUBANKS, I. A. Greensboro Agriculture: Ag Club. EVANS, I. P. Niceville Arts and Sciences: BSU. EVANS, B. A. Marianna Agriculture. EVANS, D. W. St. Petersburg Architecture. EVERETT, A. W. High Springs Arts and Sciences: Nu Rho Psi. EVEHETT, I. W. Gainesville Engineering: ASCE. EVERETT. P. H. Gainesville Agriculture: ASAE: Soils Club EWART, T. E. Iacksonville Architecture: AIA: Gargoyle: Newman Club Gator Band M71 EWOUDS, T. C. Jacksonville Engineering: Sigma Tau: ASME. FAABORG, C. St. Augustine Business Administration: FARMER. W. L. Miami Pharmacy: Mortar and Pestle FAULKNER, M. I. Nashville, Tennessee Arts and Sciences: Women's Recreation of Alpha Omicron Pi. FEI-ION, I. H. Vero Beach Arts and Sciences: Pi Mu. FELDER. I. I. Gainesville Agriculture. FELDMAN, D. B. Iacksonville Engineering: SAM. FELDMAN. I. H. Iacksonville Engineering: ASCE. FERGUSON, W. B. St. Petersburg Business Administration: Pres. Freshman Class Honor Court Iustice: Pershing Rifle Reg. FERNANDEZ, I. Tampa Arts and Sciences: Los Picaros Varsity Basketball 147 481 FETTY. L. E. West Palm Beach Forestry: Forestry Club FICKLING, I. M. St. Petersburg Iournalism: Adelphos Society: Advertising lub FIELDEN, H. L. St. Petersburg Business Administration: Beta Alpha Psi Mayor Plavet III FIELDING, R. C. Washington D C Education: F Club. FIELDS, L. G. Iacksonvillo Arts and Sciences: Florida Players Chairman Gator Party: Pi Epsilon Delta Seminole Statf 147 481 Orange Peel Statt Q47-481: Bacchus FINLEY, W. E. Panama City Agriculture: ASAE. FENNEY, A. R. Gainesville Engineering: Sigma Tau: ASCE. FISCHBSSER. L. G. Bradenton Pharmacy: Rho Chi: Gamma Sigma Epsilon Kappa si Mortar and Pestle CPres. 49-501 FISCHESSEH, M. I. Bellaire Ohio Pharmacy: Rho Chi: Kappa Epsilon Mortar and Pestle FISHER, C. -T. Tampa Business Administration: Marketing Society Tampa Club Young Democrats. FISHER, D. E. Daytona Beach Engineering: AIEE-IRE: BEC. FISHER, G. R. Iacksonville Architecture: Gargoyle: Newman Club AIA FITCH, W. H. Port Meade Agriculture: Intramural Board FFA ASAE FITZPATHICK, . N. W' t -S l , N. C. N . I ins on a em YK. 4:3 'rbi ,K Y Q Q Education: Chalk and Eraser Club. FLEISCHMAN. F. S. St. Petersburg Business Administration. N, FLEMING. E. I. St. Petersburg Business Administration: Alpha Kappa Psi: St. Pete Club, FLEMING. W. G. Sanford Physical Education: Sigma Delta Psi: Olympian Club. FLETCHER, I. F. Palm Harbor Agriculture: Kappa Kappa Psi: Scabbard and Blade: Pep Club: Gator Band tMgr.l: Symphony Orchestra tMgr.I. FLETCHER, I. P. Live Oak Agriculture: ASAE: Suwannee County Club. FLETCHER, W. R. Valdosta, Georgia Business Administration: Alpha Kappa Psi. FLEWELLEN, W. B. Hastings Engineering: ASME. FLOYD, B. T. Tampa Architecture: Gargoyle: AIA: Cavaliers. FOKES, I. C. Ocala V :f Business Administration: Kdppa Kappa Psi: Gator Band: Orange Peel Staff. FORD, H. P. Tallahassee Engineering: AIRE. FOREHAND. K. M. Foley Engineering: ASME: Flavet Village Commissioner. FOREHAND, A. W. Gainesville ' Architecture: Florida Blue Key: Sec.-Treas. Student Body M6-47I: Execu- tive Council: Pres., AIA. FOREMAN, E. A. St. Petersburg Business Administration: Westminster Fellowship. FOREMAN, E. K. Orlando Arts and Sciences. FORSYTHE, R. L. Miami Business Administration: Barbell Club: Pres., Vaga- bonds: IRC: Advertising Club. FORTES, I. F. Orlando Arts and Sciences: Sigma Delta Chi: Alligator Staff. FORTES, R. E. Orlando Business Administration: Delta Sigma Pi: Florida Union Staff. FOSTER. G. I-'. Avon Park Engineering: AIEE. ' FOUNTAIN, A. w. Iacksonville Education. FOUST, W. L. Danvillo, Pa. Engineering. . rox. G. n. c. st. Pelclsburq Education: Student Counselor. FRALISH, L. A. Daytona Beach Pharmacy. FRANK. R. D. Gainesville Pharmacy. FRASER, R. L. Bradenton , Engineering: Phi Eta Sigma: Sigma Tau: AIEE. FREEDMAN. H. I. Iacksonville Business Administration: Orange Peel: Treas., Pi Lambda Phi MSI. FRENCH, D. D. Mount Dora Business Administration: L'Apache. FRIDY, R. S. Palatka Arts and Sciences. FRIDY, T. A. Palatka Engineering: Scabbard and Blade: ASCE. FRIEDKIN. B. Tampa Business Administration. FRIEDMAN. I.. St. Augustine Education: Alpha Lambda Delta: Hillel Foundation, FROSCHER, I. L. Daytona Beach Arts and Sciences. 311 -va iq, sr -L 'r a .XT 4 K. vt- I , ...J 3. W-l nr 'N -4.5 it ...Q mr QQ. 5. 'iii va.- U4-J -vi 14 11 xx rt W6 82' .Ian 'vw Qu' .p--'r' lp... hu 'mv-.A 0:4 -4-...,, fy- ..,....- fs' . 3" PW if y vw - . cv' .p'-' "'7' . ,.,-' t-.J uf' in FHUMKES. M. B. Miami Beach Business Administration: Blue Key: Cavaliers: Sec. Religious Afiairs. President's Cabinet C48-49l: Pi Lambda Phi, Treas. 1481: Vice-Pres., Student Religious Association: Campus Chest: Seminole Stat! M6-471: Alligator Staff 146-471: Hillel tExec. Council Rep.l. FUGITT, G. V. Clearwater irtsmand Sciences: Phi Eta Sigma: Gamma Sigma Epsilon tTreas. FUNK. R. M. Lake Worth Pharmacy: Mortar and Pestle. FURBUSH, A. E. Largo Pharmacy: Mortar and Pestle. FURR. H. H. lacksonville Education: Christian Science Organization. FUSSELL. G. O. Clearwater Pharmacy: Rho Chi: Mortar and Pestle. FUTCH. W. C. Lake Wales Business Administration. ' FUTRELI., W. C. Pensacola Business Administration. GAMMAGE, I. D. Iacksonvllle Engineering: ASCE. GAUI-E. T. F. lacksonville I Business Administration. GARCIA. I. Iacksonville Arts and Sciences. GARTNER, E. A. Riviera Beach Arts and Sciences: American Chemical Society. GARTNER, W. West Palm Beach Engineering: Sigma Tau: ASCE. GARVIN. W. F. Pine Castle Business Administration. GAUTIER, D. M. Crescent City Engineering: AlChE. GAVENTA. L. K. Tampa Engineering: ASME: Sigma Tau: BEC. GAY. E. W. Milton Education. GAY. H. O. Trenton Agriculture: FPA. GEHLEHT. C. I. Daytona Beach Architecture: AIA: Gargoyle. GEIGEH. P. N. Green Cove Springs Arts and Sciences: Iohn Marshall Bar Association: Sarasota Club. R t GENCO, I. I. Garfield, New Jersey I Engineering: ASME. GEST, R. N. Orlando Agriculture: Agriculture Club: Block and Bridle Club. GIBSON, H. G. Weirsdale l Business Administration. ', GICK. F. H. Architecture. GIDDENS. E. A. Punta Gorda Business Administration: Insurance Club. GIESE, I. C. St. Petersburg Engineering: ASCE: Varsity Basketball. GILCHHIST. D. B. Leesburg Architecture: Scabbard and Blade: Camera Club. GILES, M. C. Tampa Business Administration: Beta Gamma Sigma. GILL, H. A. Haines City Agriculture, GILLIS. D. L. Alachua Business Administration: ASAE. GILMORE, I. F. New Smyrna Beach Engineering: ASME. GLEASON. F. P. West Palm Beach Business Administration. 312 ' 5 GLENN, B. I. Tampa 'tx 1 - Education: Orange Peel Stall: Intramural Board: Square Dance Club res. . GODFREY. W. M. Lakeland Engineering: ASCE. GODWIN. R. I. Hastings Business Administration: F Club: Football C48-'l9l. GODWIN. W. G. Halford Engineering: AIEE. ..,,.- GOMILLION. A. E. Pensacola Business Administration. coxsv, H. A. Mt.-.mt X A -g Q ' Arts and Sciences: FIC 'I H' GOODALE. F. T. Spartanburg, S. C. Agriculture. IX-"1 Q. GOODSON, A. M. Daytona Beach Arts and Sciences: Pre-Law Club: Daytona Beach Club: Blue Key Speaker's Bureau. 1 .rg .I aff Goonvsmr, L. w. Lakeland ' Pharmacy: Mortar and Pestle. GOTTFRIED, T. Miami Beach Architecture: Gargoyle: AIA: Honor Court lustlce. GRABHOHN, R. W. Palatka Business Administration: Insurance Society: Real Estate Club: FIC. GRAHAM. M. V. Gainesville Arts and Sciences: Delta Gamma lPres.l: WSA: Pan- hellenic: Canterbury Club. i GRANT. Z. C. West Palm Beach Engineering: ASCE: Gator Band: Palm Beach County Club: Kappa Kappa Psi. GRAVES. I. P. DeLand A Architecture. GERKEN, C. Miami Architecture: Student AIA. GRIFFIN. K. D. Palm Beach Business Administration: Alpha Kappa Psi. GREEN, E. B. Ocala Forestry: Forestry Club. GREEN, H. H. Gainesvlllo ,gg Engineering. GRIFFIS. D. L. Lawtey Eclucatlon. GRIFFIN. I. T. Miami Pharmacy: Olympian Club: Intramural lMgr.l. GRIFFIN, M. L. High spnnql Pharmacy: Rho Chi: KappafEpsilon: Mortar and Postle: Alpha Lambda Delta: WSA: Wesley Foundation. GRIMME, B. H. Memphis, Tenn. Engineering: AIEE. GRIMES, S. H. Lakeland 7 Business Administration: Beta Gamma Sigma: Alpha Tau C gmega: IRC lPres. 6 Treas.J: Iohn Marshall Bar: Alligator talt. GRINNAN, I. A. Winter Park Engineering: ASME. . low, GROVE, I. M. Orlando Pharmacy: Mortar and Pestle: Alligator Stall: Camera Club: Cavaliers. GRUETZMACHER, R. I. Tampa Business Administration: F Club lSec.l: Varsity Football: Varsity ..--. Basketball. GUARINO. C. Gainesville 1- , Education: Chalk and Eraser. GUARISCO, N. Tampa Business Administration. GUERIN. W. H. Melbourne Architecture: Gargoyle: AIA: Commissioner, Flavet III, GUILFORD. H. E. Lakeland Agriculture: Agriculture Club. GUNN, E. W. Pensacola Education: Women's Glee Club lPres. and Seal: Women's '.,,. Recreational Assn.: Kappa Delta tTreas.J. GUNN, R. Y. Gainesville Arts and Sciences: Westminster Fellowship tSec.l. ik: 'lv " .r 'nv' 1 f? 1-sw mud ffl AM 1 1 1 -. 'C' 4v"" 25 ,Af 'Si ffm. .ug 'Uk .Nil --.. V173 K ,-.. ,Q 5.-.-y wus.. sw 'R ,vm .-v -5, Q - -A ,,..- GUNSON, W. E. Hinson Engineering: Sigma Tau tTreas.l: ASME. GUSTUS, R. C. Ophiem, III. Pharmacy: Kappa Psi: Mortar and Pestle. GUNTER. L. H. Tampa Arts and Sciences: Florida Players: Cavaliers: Wesley Foundation iTreas. 461: Radio Guild tPres. 497: AIA. GUY. T. H. Vero Beach Pharmacy: Mortar and Pestle. HODGES, F. S. Jacksonville Business Administration: Marketing Society. HADLEY, E. B. St. Petersburg Arts and Sciences. HAGEMAN, K. W. Daytona Beach Business Administration. HAGG, B. I. Gainesville Arts and Sciences. h ' HALDEMAN. G. W. Lakeland l Pharmacy: Mortar and Pestle. , HALE, E. H. Tampa Forestry: Forestry Club: Block .and Bridle. HALDEMAN. H. D. Ft. Lauderdale Engineering: SAM: Benton Engineering Council: Exec. ounci . HALL, H. L. Tampa Architecture. HALLINAN, T. G. Winter Haven Education: Los Picaros. HI-lLL.'D. R. Auburn, W. Va. Agriculture: Block and Bridle: Ag Club. HALL, S. I. lacksonville Forestry: Forestry Club. HALTEH. P. A. Fernandina Engineering: Commissioner, Flavet II: Student Coop. HAM, A. H. Plant City Pharmacy. HAMILTON. B. W. Miami Education. HAMILTON. C. L. Monticello Engineering: ASCE. HAMILTON. R. I. Tampa 'IAl'rts and Sciences: Scabbard and Blade: Phi Alpha eia. HAMLIN, G. P. Tallahassee Engineering: ASME. HANCOCK, W. B. Palatka Business Administration. 1-umronn, c. B. Leesburg l Pharmacy: Mortar and Pestle. - HANSEN. C. W. Vero Beach Architecture. HANSKAT, I. E. Pass-a-grille Engineering: Sigma Tau: ASCE: FES: Spiked Shoe Nice-Pres.l: F Club tTreas.J: Athletic Council tSec.l. HARPER, I. E. Iacksonville Arts and Sciences: SAM: Glee Club. HARDEE, E. B. Vero Beach Arts and Sciences. HARDEE. I. I.. Trenton Forestry. HARDY. L. M. south Bay Arts and Sciences. HAHLAN. W. H. Wauchula Agriculture: FFA: ATA: Scabbard and Blade: Ag Club: Block. and Bridle. HARLLEE. I. W. Miami Engineering: BSU: ASCE: LBC tPres.l. HARMON. C. I. St. Petersburg Business Administration. 3149 HARPER. R. E. Miami Engineering. HARELI., W. I. Lakeland Agriculture: ASAE. HARRELSON, F. A. Iacksonvillo Business Administration. HARRIS. A. Iacksonvillc Education. HARRIS, D. F. Vero Beach Aqriculture: ASAE. HARRIS, G. M. Irwnninqs Forestry: Forestry Club. HARRIS. I.. T. Lithia Engineering. HARRIS, R. S. Vero Beach Agriculture. HARRISON, D. S. Darlinaton Agriculture: Adelphos Society: intramural Board. HARRISON. I. R. Baldwin Business Administration. HARRISON, W. T. Palmetto Arts and'Sciences: Kappa Kappa Psl: Phi Alpha Theta: Phi Delta Phi: Gator Band. HARTLEY . M. Ho , I llywood Architecture: Student Associate CAIAJ: Pres., Delta Chi: IFC tSec.J: Exec. Council. HARTMAN, S. L. Gainesville Architecture. HARVEY, H. M. Orlando Agriculture: FFA: Aa Club. HARVEY. I. M. Waldo Pharmacy: Kappa Psi: Mortar and Pestle. HARVEY. P. S. Miami Arts and Sciences: Miami Club: Wesley Foundation HATTER, I. I. Dunbar, Pa. Engineering: AIEE. HAWES. L. M. Tampa Arts and Sciences: Sigma Delta Chi: Alligator Stall: Tampa Club tSec:., Board ot Governorsl. HAYNSWORTH, H. I. Alachua Aqriculture: Alpha Zeta: FFA: Aa Club. HAZEN, I. A. Gainesville Eriqinec-rinq: ASCE: BHS. HAZLETT, W. I. Miami Pharmacy: Rho Chi: Kappa Psi: Florida 1 Academy of Sciences: Bar, teriology Society. HAYES. R. C. Tampa Education. HEIDGEN, B. 'l'ainpa Engineering: AIEE-IRE. HENDERSON. W. H. Lake Placid Business Administration. HEIM. I. A. Avon Park Architecture: Newman Club tPres. 481: Garqoyle: AIA. HELLIER, I. R. St. Augustine Engineering: ASME. HELMS. M. F. Gainesville Arts and Sciences: Pres., Dalia Delta Delta M8-491: BSU tlocal and state olticerl: Cavalattes. HENDERSON. W. P. Lakeland Agriculture. HENDON. D. M. Clearwater Business Administration: Alpha Kappa Psi: Marketing Society: Clear- water Club. HENDRIE. I. H. Miami Agriculture: Block and Bridle: Collc-qc Farmer Stall: Blue Key: Exec. Council MBI: President's Advisory Committee: Sec. ol the Interior. HENRY. W. O. E. Ocala Journalism: Blue Key: Sigma Delta Chi: Alpha Phi Omega: Pres. Phi Eta Sigma: Editor-in-Chial, 1949 Seminole: Board of Student Publications tExec. Sec.J: Alligator tAssoc. Ed.J: Pres. Adv. Comm, on Publications, Chmn.: Hall of Fame: Dillon Achievement Cup in lournalism. HERNANDEZ. A. W. Warren, Ohio 3l5 Education. ,- If . QW- A t. .pf IR .adv 'W' . rr 'vi-'Q YW- nb 73' cv- '1- , s, .' ",- A 1" 5:91 ...gr vu Vw-.. ,Q-r HERNANDEZ. V. H. Lakeland Business Administration: Salons Club. HERNDON. P. G. Bradenton Engineering: AIEE. HERHING, T. E. Miami Engineering: ASCE. HERHIS. B. Lakeland Business Administration: Insurance Society. HESTER, G. B. Iacksonville Business Administration: F Club. HICKS. H. I. Gainesville Business Administration. HICKSON. B. B. Naranja Agriculture. HILL. E. L. Gainesville Q . f Business Administration: Cavaliers: Cheerleader C45 481: Head Cheerleader 147-481. HILLIARD, R. M. Pensacola Business Administration. HILSON. I. Ft. Pierce , i Business Administration. ' HIGGENBOTHAM, A. Callahan Education. HINDERY. I.. I. DeLand Business Administration: Insurance Society. HODGES, D. E. Crescent City Business Administration. Horrivmu, P. A. Iacksonville Business Administration. HOFFMAN, W. F. Lakeland Engineering: ASME. . HOGARTH. A. T. Stuart l Business Administration. HOLDEN, C. C. Palatka Education: Kappa Kappa Psi: Gator Band: University Symphony Orchestra. HOLLADAY. G. W. Pensacola Pharmacy. Y HOLLAND. G. W. Tampa Business Administration. HOLLENBECK, I. E. Palm Beach Business Administration: Real Estate Club: L'Apache. I l X HOLLOWAY. L. C. Iacksonville Architecture: AIA. ' HORLAMUS. E. I. Coral Gables Business'Administrationp Pres., Sigmci Kappa. HORN. G. C. Gainesville '. Agriculture. HORNE, P. I. Miami Arts and Sciences: Cavalettes. HOPPER, I. W. Iacksonville Business Administration: Sigma Delta Psi: Track 6461. HOSS. M. A. Miami Beach Arts and Sciences. HOUK. F. D. Spartanburg, S. C. Physical Education: Olympian Club tPres.l. HOURIET. C. G. Ocala Engineering: AIChE. HOVAN. S. B. Iacksonville Engineering: ASME. HOWARD. D. C. Sanford Engineering. HOWARD. W. R. La Belle Agriculture: ASAE. HOWELL. C. G. Orlando Business Administration. 316 HOWLETT, F. W. Tampa Engineering: ASAE. HUCKLE, H. F. St. Petersburg "-A Agriculture. HUDSON, A. Vernon Agriculture. HUDSON. H. W. Pensacola Agriculture: Newell Entomological Society. HUDSON, W. D. Iacksonville Architecture. 1, HUDSON, H. I. Vernon Education. HUFTY, R. M. Washin ton, D. C. Architecture: SBA: Fl . HUGHES, A. F. A. Concepclon, Chile Engineering: ASME: Los Picaros. HUNT. C. R. Newberry ' :nf K Agriculture. - HUNT, F. .M. Lake Wales Business Administration: Dolta Sigma Phi. HUNT, H. W. Lake Wales Agriculture: Block and Bridle. HUNTLEY, I.. L. Doctors Inlet Business Administration: Scabbard and Blade: Vaga- bonds Club tTreas.l. HUTCHINSON, A. R. Orlando Agriculture: IRC: ASAE: Ag Club. INGRAM. H. B. Starke x Education. - IRWIN, H. A. Iacksonville Business Administration. IRWIN, I. A. Miami Business Administration: WRA. IVEY. C. I. Sarasota - Architecture. IABARA, L. W. Miami Arts and Sciences: Delta Phi Alpha: Glee Club: Board of Examiners. IACKSON. I. A. Bartow Agriculture. IACKSON, I. M. West Palm Beach Business Administration. 'Gig' 'Cf , we-., ' of Q5 r f' 'FT 'TN' f IBCOBS. A. W. Miami Beach ' Arts and Sciences: Glee Club: Radio Guild: Advertising Club. IAMES, H. E. Iacksonville Business Administration: Alpha Kappa Psi: Alpha Phi Omega: C, 4 Insurance Society: Vagabonds Club: Jacksonville Club. IAMES, H. S. New Smyrna Beach Business Administration: IFC: L'Apache: Student Gov't.: Honor Court Iustice: Committee of 67. IARRATT, H. D. St. Petersburg ' Business Administration: Alpha Kappa Psi: Real Estate Club: St. Petersburg Club. JENNINGS. R. M. Iacksonville Iournalism: Alligator Staff: Iacksonville Club tSec.l. r7.' s... Q3 .-N IESTER, N. D. Tampa Business Administration: Scabbard and Blade. JOHNS, R. E. Winter Haven '7 Pharmacy: Mortar and Pestle. IOHNSON. H. S. Daytona Beach Pharmacy: Mortar and Pestle. JOHNSON, G. D. Miami Business Administration: Kappa Kappa Psi: Alpha Kappa Psi: Alpha N Phi Omega: Gator Band. JOHNSON. H. V. Iacksonville Business Administration: Alpha Kappa Psi: Alligator Staff 145-463: ' Jacksonville Club: Newman Club: Varsity Basketball Q47-483. IOHNSON, I. I-'. Dade City Education. JOHNSON, I.. L. Lake Alfred ' Q-..f' Agriculture: Kappa Kappa Psi: Newell Entomological 1 317 Society: Camera Club: Gator Band. r IOHNSON, R. A. Reading, Pennsylvania Engineering. JOHNSON. R. C. Seminole Architecture: Alpha Phi Omega: White Friars. JOHNSON. S. Quincy Agriculture: Blue Key: Alpha Zeta tP1'es. 49-501: Exec. Coun- cil 47-48: "F" Book Editor C48-491: Editor, Florida College Farmer M9-501. ' 1ot.u:Y. c. 1-'. sr. Petersburg Education: Chalk and Eraser tVtce-Pres. 48-491: In- dustrial Arts Society tPres. 48-491. IOHNSTON, I. R. Neptune Beach Education: Industrial Arts Club: Chalk and Eraser. IOINI-IR. I. H. Graceville Education. . IOLLY. B. E. Tampa Architecture: AIA: Real Estate Club: Tampa Club. IONES, G. I. Lake City' Business Administration. IONES, G. W. West Palm Beach Business Administration. IONES, I.. E. Pensacola Education. IONES, L. G. Gainesville Business Administration. IONES, R. K. Branford Education. IONES. T. E. Inverness Agriculture: Kappa Kappa Psi: Gator Band. IONES, R. C. Jacksonville g Arts and Sciences: Phi Eta Sigma: Alpha Epsilon Delta: Cavaliers. IONES, W. H. Gainesville Agriculture: ASAE: ATA. IOHDAN, L. D. Iacksonville Agriculture: Ag Club: Westminster Fellowship. IUKES, H. B. Tarpon Springs Education: Tarpon Springs Club. IORDAN, T. S. Auburndalo Pharmacy: Mortar and Pestle. ' iuxss. H. 'r. Tarpon springs Business Administration. IUNG, D. L. Orlando Business Administration: Alpha Kappa Psi: L'Apache. KAHN, A. H. Miami I Business Administration: Insurance Society: Marketing Society. KALAF. G. P. St. Petersburg Engineering: SAM: Benton Engineering Society: Choral Union. KALANGE. M. A. Boise, Idaho Engineering: AIEE: Newman Club. KALCH, L. W. North Miami Agriculture. KARH. F. O. Gainesville Physical Education: Florida Players tSec. 491: Apprentice Players tSctC. 481: Special Iustice, Honor Court: Olympian Club. KASTANAKIS. H. Pensacola I Business Administration: Pensacola Club tPres.1: Marketing Society. KAUTZ. W. I. Canal Point Agriculture. KAY. A. I. Lakeland Business Administration: Phi Eta Sigma: Alpha Kappa Psi tTreas., Vice-Pres.1. xnrzrsn. wf L. st. Petersburg ' Engineering: ASME tCliairman1: Benton Engineering Society: Flavet Ill Commissioner. KELLER. W. M. Orlando Agriculture. KELLEY, W. Bethesda, Maryland Forestry: Forestry Club. KELSEY. I. A. Tampa Architecture. 318 KEMP, E. C. Weslboro, Mass. Busincss Administration: Marketing Society. KEMP, W. H. Palmetto Agriculture: Aq Club: Thyrsus Club. KENDHICK, C. U. Iaclcsonville Beach Business Administration: Track Team KENNEDY, C. DeFuniak Springs Pharmacy. KENNEDY, E. R. St. Petersburg Physical Education: St. Pete Club. KENNEDY. G. I.. Clearwater Business Administration: Phi lzlta Sigma: Beta Cantina Siqina Real Estate Club: Clearwater Club. W Winter Garden KENNEDY. I. . A ' Enqinocrinq: IAS: ASME: Benton Hnqineerinq bout ly KERZIN, I. B. Miami Beach Arts and Sciences: Los Picaros: Exec Council WSA Phi Alpha Theta. KEYS, I. L. Dunnollan Business Aclminizztration. KICKLIGHTER. C. Tampa Engineering: AlChE: Glas- Club. KIDD, I.. A. Clf'Vf'lCIYlCl, Ohio Business Administration. KIMBLE, C. B. Palm Terrace lliiqirieminq: Sigma Tau. artaw KING, I. C. B Pharmacy: Rho Chi: Gamma Slqiua llpsilon: Merlin and ltstll KING, I. D. Winter Park Enqineerinfll SAM: PES. KIRBY, I. T. Gainesville Education: Phi liltrr Siqma. KIHSCHNEH, D. I. 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FIC 1491: Cavaliers M917 Vino-Pros. Salons Club C4715 Honor Court Iusliro M713 Exec, Council M7-4815 Prc-:sidonl'S Ccibinotp Younq Dome.: Varsity Debate 14715 Ori.,fntutiou 14937 John Marshall Bar: Florida Union Stall Mill, WL-:nl-ry Foundation, Barbell Club: Cloarwatnr Club. POST, D. M. 'UlllGllllCI l"orv::tr'yp Xi Siqnid Pig Fnmfstry Club. POST, R. R. Umritillfi Pliurxnacyp Kappa Psi: Mortar and Pristlre. POTTER, A. R. Koy Wrist llduriationg Pros. Conch Clulny Episcopal Vvsstry. POWELL, H. L. Cllattalioovlicw Aqriculturrig llrirrcliiisy Pup Club: FFA: Aa Club. PRANGE. E. Vuro Br-ur'li Aqriciiltuiw-. PRANGE, R. Voro Btvacli Aqi'in:11ltt,im. PRATT, I. F. Iurxkscmvillri Bufsinosss Administration. PRATT, S. B. Miami Pharnuniyg Rho Cliig Mortar and Pnfilln. PREVATT, K. L. 'lliliipci Art:-: and Sfziomroza. PRICE, I. L. jacksonville grr:hitor'turog AIA: Suiuinolf- Stull tfililg Alligator Stull MGI: Alpha Phi inrfqa. PRICE, S. Iucksonvillrv Architecture, Stuclr-nt Buildrrres' Assonriutionq Intramural Board. ,,,,-w PRICE, W. R. Voro llr-civli Pliarlriacy. PRINCE, W. H. TKTIIIIICT liu::intf:::: Arlxniiiifitralion. PRITCHETT, C, W, Cl-iixir-rzvillry AI'l2Illlf?lTlll1'Hj Studi'-nt lluildwrrs' Assortiation. PRITCHETT, G. D. Kircintvillu, Gu. lXqrir7ulture. PRITCHETT, W. R. Arcltor Arc'liitnc:iurw, PROCTOR, O. E. Sunirnortir-rld AIl!lffllllUlL'. PROPHET, R. B. Plant City Bufzint,-:ns Aclniinifstraticzu. PURTZ, W. P. Sarasota Physical Edurtrxtiong Varsity Baskntbdllg Olympian Club. PUTNEY, I. T. TKIIIIIJU Ecluculion. QUARLES, D. G. Iavkzzoxivillv liimimzesfz Administration. QUARTERMAN, E. P. Icwksonvillo Eduvdtion. REGAN, W. I. Fort Myers Atta and Srzilfnrvos. RAGGETT, F. M. Ft. Laurlnrclalo Arts and Srzioricosy Nu Rho Puig Exec Councilg FlCp Florida Union Slutty Mun's Ros. lflcills Ass'n,g 'l'rocxs. Broward County Clubp Cavaliers: Adv. Mqr. Summer Gator MSI. RAGSDALE, I. P. Gdinesvilln 329 Business Aduiinisatrutiou. 'WH fc., . , -uv- "?7T"'7 t i 'S-1: 'Tv' J.-Q 'Q-1' nd, Jv- .T-. YI' A 4 ..,,..f 'iv . P . ,...f.. mn -.r x . td' HAINS. W. A. Guntersville, Ala. Education. RAMIHEZ, H. E. Miami Business Administration: Alpha Kappa Psi iSec.l: Greater Miami Club: Sec. Cavaliers. HAMSAY, l'. C. Old Hickory Agriculture: Phi Sigma Kappa. RAMSEYER, T. W. West Palm Beach Physical Education: F Club: Olympian Club: Palm Beach County Club: Varsity Baseball M7-483. HANDLE, I. T. Iacksonville Engineering: ASCE: PES. HANDLE, R. L. lacksonville Business Administration. RANDOLPH, M. F. Daytona Beach Business Administration. ' RANON, I. F. Tampa ' A Architecture: AIA: Tampa Club. HASE, A. E. Tampa Architecture: Garrett Club: Varsity Football: Seminoln Staff. RAY, G. T. Sanford Business Administration. RAY, H. C. Tampa Engineering: ASCE: BES. N HAYFIELD, R. E. Miami Arts and Sciences: Florida Players: Radio Guild: F Book Staff M9-501. REAMS, I. S. Greenville Agriculture. REDQITT. I. C. Frostprooi Physical Education: Olympian Club iSec.l: Women's Student Coun- cil: Square Dance Club. REESE. H. I.. Vero Beach Agriculture. REEVES, R. H. Belleview Business Administration: Delta Sigma Phi. HEGAS. G. lacksonville Business Administration. HEIER, W. C. Miami Beach Business Administration: Cavaliers. REINSCH, R. R. Albion, Ind. Business Administration. HETTIE, G. Ft. Lauderdale Arts and Sciences. m:vi:u.. J. P. sopchoppy l: Business Administration. REVELS, E. W. Iacksonville A Agriculture: ASAE: Young Democixuts: Scabbard and Blade: Cavaliers: lacksonville Club: Ag Cl b. HEVES, W. D. St. Petersburg Arts and Sciences: St. Peterlsburq Club: Young Demo- crats: IRC. 1 REYNOLDS, I.. E. Reddick Engineering: AIEE. REYNOLDS. R. F. Orlando Business Administration. RIDGLEY, G. S. St. Petersburg Arts and Sciences. RIHERD, I. M. Lake Butler Pharmacy: Phi Eta Sigma: Mortar and Pestle: FIC. RILEY. G. Galveston, Tex. Business Administration: Beta Gamma Sigma: Alphd Kappa Psi: Chess Club. RILEY, H. W. Miami ,Business Administration: IFC: Marketing Society. RIORDON. D. I. Miami Business Administration: Newman Club: Cavaliers. HITCH. C. O. St. Petersburg Arts and Sciences. HITTEH, I.. H. jacksonville Business Administration: Alpha Kappa Psi: Executive- Council: Alligator Siatf: Associate Editor, F Book: ln-' tramurat Manager il-landballi. 330-v RIVERA. O. R. Tampa Arts cmd Sciences: Los Picaros. ROBERTS, E. Wauchula Education: Chalk and Eraser: Glee Club. ROBERTS, A. E. St. Petersburg Engineering: Sigma Tau: AIEIE-IRE: St. Petersburg Club. ROBERTS. B. R. Chipley Flngineerinq. ROBERTS, C. I. St. Petersburg Arts and Sciences. ROBERTS, E. W. West Palm Beach Arts and Sciences. ROBERTS, I. D. Cross City Business Administration: Beta Alpha Psi. ROBERTS, I. S. East Point, Ga, Education: Fla. Union Social Committee: F Book Staff. ROBERTS, I. T. Fort Myers Engineering: ASCE. ROBERTS. R. B. 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Lauderdale Business Administration: Blue Key: Alpha Kappa Psi: Alpha Phi Omega: Pershing Ritles: Pep Club tPres. 48-49l: Committee of 67 tChairman 48-491: Gator Growl Chairman t49l: Student Chairman, Freshman Orientation tFall 48l: Treas. Varsity Party l48l: lr. IFC: Cavaliers: Seminole Staff: IRC tPres. 47l. ROGERS, I. W. Arcadia Forestry. ROGERS, R. F. Dunnellon Agriculture: Ag Club: Block and Bridle Club. ROGERS, R. M. Gainesville Engineering: Phi Eta Sigma. ROGERSON, I. T. Miami Springs Arts and Sciences: Alpha Kappa Psi: Dean's List: Honor Court Iustice: 'l'reas. Alpha' Phi Omega: Pres. Ir. IFC: Miami Club tVice- Pres.l: IFC: Alligator Staff: Pre-Law Club: Glee Club: Cqvqlie-rs: "F" Book Stall: Orange Peel Staff. ROLLINS, C. R. Orlando Business Administration. ROOD, C. A. lacksonville Agriculture. ROCKS, T. Q. Orlando Business Administration. ROPER. W. L. Rockville Center, Now York Business Administration: Marketing Society: Ad Club, ROSE. F. I. Latana Arts and Sciences. ROSE, I. 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Key West Pharmacy: Mortar and Pestle: Los Pi 'aros: Pres. Conch Club 1479. SAPP, L. T. Orlando Business Administration. l snpiucrou, c. 1.. LakelCity Engineering: ASME. SAUNDERS, G. I. Daytona Beach Business Administration. SARGENT. W. B. Keystone Heights Education: Scabbard and Blade: Chalk and Eraser: Executive Council M9-501: Vice-Pres. Sigma Phi Epsilon C48-491. SAVAGE, I.. Iacksonville Business Administration: Scabbard and Blade: Marketing Society: Cavaliers: Hillel Foundation. SAVAGE. M. D. Ocala Arts and Sciences: Sociology Club: Sec. Cavalettes: WRA: Pres. Marlin Club. . SAWYER. 'C. W. Elizabeth City, N. C. Engineering. SAWYER, D. A. Fort Myers Engineering: Phi Eta Sigma: Sigma Tau: BEC: ASCE: BSU: Florida Engineering Society. SCAHBOROUGH. T. B. Brooksville Engineering: ASME: Brooksville Club: PES: Pershing Rifles: Executive Council: Honor Court Iustice. SCHAEFFNER, I. F. Gainesville Forestry: Pershing Rifles: Forestry Club. 7 332. SCHAIBEHGER. G. E. Ft. Lauderdale Arts and Sciences: Pi Mu: Freshman Swim. Team. SCHEE. I.. B. Largo Agriculture: Dairy Club l'l'rc-as.J: Block and Bridle lVice-Pros.l. SCHEEI.. C. C. Gainesville Architecture: Gargoyle tPres.J: AIA, SCHMIDT, G. H. Trumansburg, N, Y, Engineering: Baptist Student Union. SCHINNELLER. I. W. Pittsburgh Agriculture. SCHMID, l. Tallevast Agriculture: Ag Club: Block and Bridle Club. SCHNABEL. W. Sanford Education: Chalk and Eraser: Cavaliers. SCHNIEH, S. Miami Arts and Sciences: Sigma Delta Chi: Nat'l Collegiate Players: Alligator Staff: Florida Players tPres. 49l: Orange Peel Stall: Radio Guild: Blue Key. SHOONMAKER. E. A. Gainesville Business Administration: Honor Court: WSA: Advertising Club: WIS tPres.i. SCOTT. V. Tampa Business Administration. SKOTTEGAHD. K. W. St. Petersburg Business Administration. SCRUGG5. D. Tampa Arts and Sciences. SCHULTZ, K. I. Sanlord Education: Chalk and Eraser Club: Seminole County Club lSec.l. SEDLER. R. M. Miami Pharmacy: Mortar and Postlo. 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'vis ' I . ,JSF dA' -Tis' "7 ,-'L 'IIT I ' ' 55 P77 17-5 f 1 fl 5'-I ." 45173 L " JI ' , .r f?s5'fYv.f' til' ,"ipf""'7 ' 5: .1 , -- I . ..ji'x 'xxx' 1' N--'tix' S L' 'hi f M3851 X 'Z 1 ivg xyx xv x 1 X 1 S X , .EX . ,Wx -'G ww -nf M X Q Q 'K ,M I 'Q v hx E ,N . ig 7 xx-1-xx l 'u 'g 'L' A .1 ft' , ,f N ,, il r 47 Gene Schmidlt, Secretary-Treasurer Tom Waddell, President John Santora, Vice-President ADMIRE. I. G. lacksonville Gator Band: Kappa Kappa Psi: Scabbard and Blade: Phi Alpha Delta, ALTMAN, I. l. St. Petersburg Phi Eta Sigma: Iohn Marshall Bar: Phi Alpha Delta: Florida Law Review, staff. ANDERSON, C. A. Miami Phi Delta Phi: Iohn Marshall Bar: Sec.-Treas., Pi Kappa Alpha. ANDERSON, P. D. West Palm Beach Phi Delta Phi: Tau Kappa Alpha: Blue Key Speakers Bureau, Chairman: Florida Law Review, staff tl.egis- lative Editorl: Varsity Debate: Blue Key. ' BAILEY, W. I.. Blountstown Delta Theta Phi: Iohn Marshall Bar. BITTAN, B. Au Fort Pierce Phi Al ha Delta: Scabbard and Blade: Committee of Sixty-Seven: Iohn Nlgarshall Bar: Florida Law Review, staff: Gator Band. BLAND, F. R. Ft. Lauderdale ' Delta Theta Phi. BLUEMLE. W. A. Tampa Alpha Kappa Psi: Beta Gamma Sigma: Phi Delta Phi. BORDEN, E. W. Tampa Delta Theta Phi. BRAND, L. R. Miami Beach Iohn Marshall Bar: President, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. BRIGGS, I. I.. Gainesville Exec. Council: Florida Law Review, staff: Editor, Law Student Directory: Iohn Marshall Bar. BURKE, C. W. St. Petersburg , Phi Delta Phi: Iohn Marshall Bar: Debate Society. CAIDEN, S. D. Miami Beach CAMPBELL. F. C. Laurel Hill , Phi Delta Phi: Delta Sigma Pi: Okaloosa County Club tPres.l. CASON, W. M. Plant City Phi Delta Phi: Iohn Marshall Bar: Young Democrats. CAUSEY, I. D. Gainesville Phi Delta Phi: Iohn Marshall Bar. s CHRIST, G. R. Tampa A Delta Theta Phi: Iohn Marshall Bar: Florida Law Review, staff. CONKLING. H. C. Tltusville Iohn Marshall Bar: Gator Band: Kappa Kappa Psi. coorsn. H. 1.. :eeksonviite Phi Eta Sigma: Scabbard and Blade: Delta Theta Phi: Military Ball Committee 1482: IFC. COWART, I. A. Cocoa ' Phi Eta Sigma: Phi Alpha Delta: Scabbard and Blade: Iohn Marshall Bar. , csosumn. c. s. Lakelandri Phi' Alpha Delta. , BATCHELLER, D. S. South Miami Phi Delta Phi: Iohn :Marshall Bar. EARLY, C. E. Sarasota Phi Delta Phi: Pres., Iohn Marshall Bar t49l: Young Demo- crats: Vice-Prrfs., Sarasota Club: Vice-Pres., Ir. Law Class 148-49l: Stude 2 Advisory Committee: Florida Law Review, Research Staff: Blue Key. EAST!-IOPE, I. Hollywood Iohn Marshall Bar. FAIBCLOTH, W. E. Chiefland Blue Key: Delta Theta Phi: Tau Kappa Alpha: Hall of Fame: Student Body President: Pres., Debate Society: National Champion Deloater: National Champion Orator. FERNANDEZ, E. T. Iaclcsonville FARRELL. I. M. West Palm Beach Phi Delta Phi: Florida Law Review, Editorial Board. FLEET, E. Perry F Club: Awha Phi Omega: Cavaliers: Iohn Marshall Bar: Ass't arsity Football Mgr.: Mgr., Varsity Basket- --ball: Exec. Council tSummer 463: President, Pi Lambda Phi CSummer, 461. ronusr, n. iz. ' iecksonviile Delta Theta Phi. FUTCH. M. S. Starke I Cavaliers: Gator Band: Exec. Council: Iohn Marshall Bar. GAY. B. D. Winter Park Delta Theta Phi: Iohn Marshall Bar. ass , 'QQ is, fhpx f ,A-O l N' "' 4 iss.. ' lx 'Zi' s was ' I 'v . in-5, , pr' fx GRAFTON. R. West Palm Beach ' GUNDLACH. W. Jacksonville Q -Q Delta Theta Phi: John Marshall Bar: Newman Club. ., . R , Q 1 ass. ' bv X1 .xr .l .4 .may lv, ,,, . I svn? 'V' Q----.. '. g. g , Phi Delta Phi: John Marshall Bar: IFC. HARRIS, N. M. Jacksonville Phi Delta Phi: Fresh Baseball: Pershing Rifles: Young Demo crats: Newman Club. HAYNES, I. M. Jacksonville Phi Alpha Delta. HERRING. G. C. Jasper Delta Theta Phi: John Marshall Bar. I-IODGES, I. E. Lake City Pres., Kappa Sigma: IFC: L'Apache. HOGAN, F. T. Miami Cavaliers. HOLTON, J. S. St. Augustine Delta Theta Phi. ' HORNE. M. E. Tallahassee Delta Theta Phi: Cavaliers: Blue Key.. HOWARD, I. P. Jacksonville JANSEN, P. J. Boston, Mass. ' Phi Alpha Delta. 'J 4 JOHNSON. P. B. Tampa Fill Delta Phi: Scabbard and Blade: John Marshall Bar: Rifle Team 146-471: Vice-Pres., Jr. Law Class: Treas., Tampa Club. KEHOE. I. W. Miami LARKIN, T. A. Gainesville i LEITMAN-, A. A. Jacksonville John Marshall Bar. LENFESTEY. J- A. Tdtnpa Phi Delta Phi: John Marshall Bar. fr. LIBERMAN, s. I. Oldsmar A A- ' ' l Phi Alpha Delta: John marshall Bar: Editor, Law School Directory: Pres., ', .. Adelphos Society 1493: Clearwater Club. Lowrw. 1. rl. Gainesville , , 4 Delta Theta Phi: Executive Councfil: John Marshall Bar. ' if' J McCAHTY, C. M. Tallahassee ', . , Pnl Alpha Delta: Sec. of Labor, President's Cabinet: Exec. NNY! I V '24 og Council: Young Democrats: Cavaliers: John Marshall Bar. MASSEY, M. C. Lakeland Phi Delta Phi: Young 'DSlTlOCIC1lS7f'JOl1fl Marshall Bar. MOORE, E. A. Daytona Beach MURPHY, I. H. Coral Gables ' Delta Theta Phi: Newman Club: Yotlig Democrats. 'E Phi Delta Phi. 7 . faqs. J: -,ft :F -Q5 -.v af!" L MUSSELMAN. A. l. Pt. Lauderdale ' Phi Delta Pm. . MYERS. L. O. Romeo l Delta Theta Phi: John Marshall Bar. OSHEROFF, L. B. Miami Beach Freshman Key, Seminole: Managing Editor, Seminole' Alligator Statii Orange Peel Staff: Hillel Foundation: Board of Student Publications: Ag Club: Editor, Collage Farmer: Young Dem:crats. PALLOT, N. S. Miami Phi Alpha Delta. PARKS, C. O. St. Petersburg Delta Theta Phi: John Marshall Bar: Student Counselor: St. Pete Club. PATTERSON. R. Y. Clewiston , Delta Theta Phi: John Marshall Bar: Leigh Chemical Soc ety: Intramural Sports Mgr.: Intramural League Mgr.: L'Apache. PRUITT, P. P. Mobile, Ala ' Delta Theta Phi: John Marshall Bar: President, Junior Law Class. ROBERTSON. W. E. Sarasota ' Phi Delta Phi. ROUSSEAU. R. I.. Tampa Young Democrats: Tampa Club. I 384 SANTORA, I. E. Jacksonville Delta Theta Phi: Cavaliers: John Marshall Bar. SATCHELI., H. C. Ft. Myers Phi Alpha Delta. SCHEB, J. M. Sarasota Phi Alpha Delta: Pep Club: Debate Club: John Marshall Bar: Sec,, Lambda Chi Alpha C48-491. SCHMITT, E. E. Jacksonville Phi Delta Phi, SCOTT, A. C. Jacksonville Phi Eta Sigma: Phi Alpha Delta. SHARIT, J. I.. Port St. Joe Phi Delta Phi. SHINGLER, R. J. St. Augustine Phi Alpha Delta. SILVER, M. H. Springfield, Mass. Flavet I Commissioner. SINCLAIR, D. C. Lake Worth Delta Theta Phi: John Marshall Bar. SISTRUNK, R. E. Jacksonville Beach Delta Theta Phi. SLATER, C. K. Jacksonville Phi Eta Sigma: Alpha Zeta: Phi Delta Phi: Phi Kappa Phi. SMITH, R. I. Vero Beach Delta Theta Phi: John Marshall Bar. SOMMER, R. G. Miami Beach Alpha Phi Omega: Cavaliers: Leigh Chemical Society: John Marshall Bar. SPEAR, S. A. Forest Hills, N. Y. John Marshall Bar. - STANLEY, R. M. Auburndale Blue Key: Delta Theta Phi: Co-Chairman, Varsity Party t4BJ: Vice-Chairman, Gator Party t47J: Secretary ol the lnterior t-18-49J: Cavaliers: Young Democrats: lRC: John Marshall Bar: Exec. Council tSummer, 481: University Housing Comm. STRAUGHN, J. E. Tallahassee Phi Alpha Delta: Honor Court Justice: Homecoming Comm., t49J: Co-Chairman, Varsity Party: President's Advisory Committee: Vice-Pres., John Marshall Bar: Blue Key. STURRUP. R. M. Miami Phi Delta Phi: Cavaliers: Bus. Mgr., Fla. Law Review. SUTHBRLAND, I. H. Daytona Beach Phi Delta Phi: John Marshall Bar. SWANSON. C. G. Atlantic Beach Alpha Psi Omega: Phi Alpha Delta: John Marshall Bar. SWOFFORD. H. R. Altamonte Springs Cavaliers, -rnvron, w. n. Tampa y Phi Delta Phi. TILTON, C. N. Jensen Beach Delta Theta Phi. TRANTHAM, T. S. Lakeland Phi Delta Phi: ,John Marshall Bar: Florida Law Review, staff: Pla. Union Social Board. VOIGHT, L. O. P. Jacksonville Phi Delta Phi: Exec. Council: Young Democrats: Cavaliers: Pres., Kappa Alpha: Cadet Colonel, ROTC M8-497: Pres., Scabbard and Blade t49l: Blue Key. WADDELI., T. R. Greensboro, N. C. Phi Delta Phi: Freshman Baseball: Pep Club: Flavet II! Commissioner. WARD, R. C. Coral Gables Phi Delta Phi: L'Apache tVice-Pres., 48491. WICKE, E. F. Pensacola WORTHINGTON. R. F. Jacksonville Phi Alpha Delta: Research Editor, Fla. Law Review: Librarian Stalt. BONNER, J. R. Dunedin Phi Alpha Delta: Camera Club: Alpha Phi Omega: Scabbard and Blade: Clearwater Club: John Marshall Bar: Cavaliers: Los Picams. HARDEE, C. I. Tampa Delta Theta Phi: Phi Eta Sigma: Pres., Blue Key Q49-50l: Pres., Alpha Tau Omega: Presidenfs Cabinet: Gator Growl Chairman 1481: Chairman, All-Student Party. RHODES, R. T. Tallahassee Blue Key: Delta Theta Phi: Pres., Jr. Law Club: President's Advisory Committee: John Marshall Bar: Independent Chairman, Vursity Party: Young Democrats: Cavaliers: Sec. Q8 oi Org., President's Cabinet tsummer 49J. ., 5 Prentiss Pruitt, President Frank Clark, Vice-President ' Bill Fussel, Secretary-Treasurer BIB, N. BROWN, G. E. BROWN, T. F. BYRD, W. H. CALDWELL, B. W. CARNELL, D. R. COOKE. W. M.. DELOACH, I. V. B. DUBBIN. M. H. FARRIOH. I. R. GAY, I. E. 'A - mason, 1. D. cnnrzmx s. B. Gucxsnznc. M. mwzs, w. 2.1 HOLT,AR. 'r. Holman. wl I. 1-rum.. P. Y. mmzsou. n. 'r. Jonas. M. P. Lsomxnn. 1. F. LEONARD, w. r. MCNUTT. I. 15. Mmon. n. H. Moon. w. 1.. rlcxm. c. 1.. STANTON, na. WATSON. W. H. WIENECKE, E. R. WILSON, R. L. WOOD, S. C. WRIGHT. G. W. YAWN, 'T. A. 387 . qv-Q '. JV' ei A 4' .K-,f v ,I - ,I 1 3 x I I 1 1 Q 1 r .fr G .U I W' Y ' ' , ' ' ' .J-a IFS fvs - . . , 5, Q V . W suv A if ., , L ' 1 . H: V " if . f , w ' 'A , A .,,. X, an Q' 2 . ' ff , ' . fp 'Env' . Rf .. 4 " rl ! V , . A.. Sgr 1 ' 1 ' 'X 'Z 2 k'f9i,",,,.-,. f 6, H - A In 1 Q21 gt H I 1.-M .3 Ln." 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Choice is your heritage. But choice necessitates knowledge. You cannot choose un- less you know. Honest advertising is dedicated to all who prefer choice to chance or compulsion. lt guides in choosing that best suited to our needs, desires ond pocketbooks. lt enables comparison. lt provides information, lt often is the difference between information and ignorance, TAMPA TRIBUNE y 3 l IQ I- lllli. VT ,.- . r ,bg 5 N JW l l I! , i X ? "Whatever the Sport We Furnish the Equipment", , ' 4 Disfribufors for ' RAWLINGS o REACH o WRIGHT QDITSON o SPALDING o VOIT 'I SPOTBILT SHOES GRANDVILLE AWARD SWEATERS Our Best.To The Class of '50 FUROHGOTT'S JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA "SERVICE THAT WINS APPRECIATION" Jolla Hfllllllli . .. l ,r ,3g55jj,jjf""A unison gilnt ,o,,,,,9,t cimrxviuvk ""o"g ocsuflxmn .1 JW fulmnu fp tulrow nh SY NIIHIUIG Wu' MIM OMC Zwvk Y 3552? ri na N f' l B it """'-v' " 0?1QSkl2'?.'Cme"' 'V Florida National Bank Cv Trust Company at Miami Florida Bank Cr Trust Co. at Daytona Beach Q Florida National Bank I at St, Petersburg Florida Bank at Orlando Florida National Bank at Pensacola Florida Bank Cv Trust Co. at West Palm Beach Florida National Bank at Lakeland Florida National Bank at Bartow Florida National Bank I at Key West Florida National Bank at Ocala I Florida Bank at Starke i Florian Bank I at Chipley Florida Bank at Port St. Joe Florida National Bank l at Belle Glade Florlda National Bank I at Coral Gables I Florida Bank at Fort Pierce Florida Bank ' at Gainesville i Florida Bank i at Bushnell l Florida Bank i at Madison I Florida National Bank at Fernandina Florida Bank at DeLand I Almost all the time there are men traveling from one Florida Group Bank to another. This is the way we best exchange ideas. If you could follow us in these travels, we could promise you one thing, for sure. You'd know more about this wonderful State of Florida than you'd ever suspected existed. We'd take you all around the State. You'd see citrus and cattle. You'd see mining and fisheries. You'd see tourists and factories and shipping. Most of all you'd see a singularly happy com- munity, 'cause folks in Florida work in a land that others come to play in. You'd see the best in educational facilities. It's a land that more and more people are coming to live in. As a prospective resident, there's one thing that will impress you. That is the way the officers of the group know their communi- ties. Try us out some time. If you need information or assistance of any kind, write, wire or phone any of the member banks in the Florida National Group. Any and every one of them will be glad to serve you. BANKS OF THE MEMBERS FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION 9 U AIU 0 'Y 0 N COCA-COIL C0 Pause for a Coke GAINESVILLE COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. ffjfm , fokf A. R. COGSWELL Compliments of ,MCE ,W CI-IESNUT OFFICE EQUIPMENT ' COMPANY Blue Prints Cr Photostat Prints J' Gibbes Chesnut Class of 1914 ENGINEERING AND ARCHITECTURAL S 1. U d e n 1. S U p p I I e S SUPPLIES 433 West Boy St. Jocksonville, Florida GAINESVILLE' FLORIDA There is no substitute for ci . . . Phones 4-1406-4-1407 P o Box 5461 LAUSON or MERCURY OUTBOARD MOTOR ik, We ore Heodquorters for ATHLETIC EQUIPMENT .JL SMITH Steel Construction Co Steel Fobricotors Pi BAIRD HARDWARE CO. GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA 2024 Dennis Street Jacksonville Florida Best Wishes to the Closs of I95O SOUTH ATLANTIC OIL CO. Wholesale Distributors Atlantic Petroleurn Products GAINESVILLE - PALATKA - OCALA Serving the BEST PETROLEUM PRODUCTS to BEST PART OF FLORIDA the Compliments ROBBINS Florida Theatre Bldg Owned ond Operated by - FLORIDA ALUMNI - xf, B IV KZ me 5 I Scenes from our Composing Room, Pressroom and Bind- ery, where forty highly skilled craftsmen strive to give you the best in printing. ',l'lIE lil'ICORD PRESS, 'lNC. is llle successor lo the olrl lieeorcl Company l'ouncleLl in l888. We have en- cleavorecl to live up to llle slanclarcls ol' llie olml eom- pany and give lo the people ol' Florida llie lmesl. in quality printing. Wllelller your needs are large or small we are qualified lo serve YOU. Our specially ol' four color process lolmlers, lJl'0Clllll'CS, lmoolclets, calendars, ealalogues, ole. is known lhru out llie soulll and as .lar nortll as New Englancl. A visil to our plant is welcomed. Ulla RECORD PRESS, Inc., ST- Aueusrmf Bsiignsms ana! glzocfuasu o DISTINCTIVE PRINTING 'X , 401 COMPLIMENTS HUGHES SUPPLY, Inc. WHOLESALE ELECTRICAL AND PLUMBING SUPPLIES 660 West Mechanic Street Phone 847i GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA COMPLIMENTS OF 'N. W. LAUNDRY DRY CLEANING 614 West University Ave. OFFICIAL FLORIDA SUPREME COURT REPORTS Complete sets of the Reports of the Supreme Court of Florido ore NOW ovoiloble. We con offer you these ,reports through Volume I60, the current volume. "Now for the first time in many years, complete sets of the decisions, uniformly bound in buckram, will be available ta the Bench and Bar of the State and we strongly recommend that these Florida Reports be dili- gently used by our Judges and law- yersjr-:-m Hon. Alto Adams, Chief Justice Supreme Court of Florida." ODD VOLUMES CAN BE SUPPLIED WRITE FOR DETAILED INFORMATION The Harrison Company GAINESVILLE FLORIDA Pryor and Hunter Sts. Atlonto 2, Georgia I Friendly service to customers has always been a primary objective of this bank . . . constant growth has been the reward. Ask those who say "l bank at the Atlantic National" for our best recommendations . . . to assure your confidence. MATLA TIC M1 Q VBIANJQ IORGANIZED 19037 MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION P R l N Tl N G Purity Ice Cream Store UP 'O Q 5'0'idC"d- 548 N. sm sneer Not Down to a Price GAINESVILLE A compute PRINTING ssnvice 'A' 0 Frosted Malts N 0 Banana Splits Pepper Printing Company o Sundaes Established l904 GAINESVH-LE, FLORIDA We Make Our Own Ice Cream ' A U T O F I R E donaldson, Inc. O H CDePe"d"'2e ,, . . . . . I' Something Different in Men's Wear" 1 Tsnetizstegmpany I I7 West Adams Street Phone 107 Zack St - Tom pi Phone 28517 - PQ' G' 28517 JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA C A S U A L T Y B o N D S Welcome to Gainesville C O M M E R C I A L UNIVERSITY CHEVROLET CO. H 0 T E L 333 E- M050 Sf- SOUTH MODERN ' STEAM HEAT v AIR-COOLED COMPLIMENTS OF BML ldmhm HH e F SUPER MARKETS and FOOD STORES oFFLoRlnA THE WHITE HOUSE HOTEL ik' HOME OF THE FAMOUS WHITE HOUSE DINING ROOM Th Hotel for Your Fo ly d F d THE COLLEGE INN -11:1 - s xr' 1, '32 .,,. . K . , rv 2 -l-'Uh l77HCfMv't A ' H ..., , I . E.. E . , Q , 1 HESPESS-ISHIHIES EIIGHHVIHE EUIHPHHV C are Qibffe R? CHARLES LWELLS l24l.Alll!.8lll!1 lllllilllillll 2. fllllll Compliments of WALTER MENGES ORLANDO, FLORIDA F A R R T 0 U R S MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA Carney's Gulf Service Station J. H. Carney Manatee Ave. and l4th St. Bradenton, Fla. i ulpssfx ' . 'lf-L "'-I . ' .fjIg""l, ' I . gl 1 ' u"' " lig I .li SQLL' A iIlIQgI:Il?I':fF iElmaSsflliliiwx ,.?yf?"l1'2I'g!ll'lll f'Ii ISI: ii-iiilifl : -QSII-I:lI,?,'Iff1: II! Il1I::2-'mn III 'r'if".' I" ..'I- :IIIP11 -'il 'I li'lii:fil:' ?fr':1I'lLi-Il . "I WI. 5.-l:.I 5I.3,,:'::'1 :Iii N ,rg,-.f.'I I'.1.,lI,.AW:Q1lgI .4sItI'Ls'If441.s:'-fi I. 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