First established in 1883 as-DeLand Academy, Stetson Uni-
versity celebrates its 75th anniversary — the Diamond Jubilee.
Since its founding by Mr. Henry' A. DeLand 75 years ago,
many changes have come over the school. As years passed the
campus gradually increased in size, and as it grew physically,
it grew also in the esteem of the people of the South. Spiritual
and intellectual enrichment and an enthusiastic approach to life,
are the rewards gained by students of Stetson University. It is
for these rewards that we are most grateful as we celebrate
Stetson's Diamond Jubilee.
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Iii 1884, DeLand Hall, the oldest building on campus was
erected. Then in 1886 the attention of Mr. John B. Stetson, the
hat manufacturer, was attracted to the thriving young college,
and he gave freely of his time and his wealth toward its ad-
vancement. In 1887 a charter was obtained from the State
incorporating the school as DeLand University. In 1889, at
the request of Mr. DeLand, the name of DeLand University
was changed to John B. Stetson L'niversity. It was not long
before the University found additional friends. Buildings on
the campus erected by them testify to their devotion to the
cause of education in Florida and their confidence in the future
Students of the past congregate on the steps of Elizabeth Hall.
A Stetson professor gives enlightening lectures to his co-ed chemistry class.
Chaudoin Parlor was the social center for these young co-eds.
Assigned seats in chapel separated the men from the ladies in 1900.
Attired in skirts and stockings were the physical education students.
These are the Stetson men of the gridiron in 1902.
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Laboratory procedure for the chemistry students is supervised by the instructor.
Artistic ability were cultivated by many hours of work.
"Pro Deo et Varitate" For
God and Truth. . . .
The purpose of Stetson
University is to send out
educated Christian men
and women to make the
world a hetter place in
which to live. The ideal of
the University is to develop
in each individual a schol-
arly attitude, %$})ix&, a
The entire program of the
mental, social, emotional,
aesthetic, moral and spir-
itual development of the
>uch a A^b'gram, Stetson
Univfiwjfcity is growing
Dr. and Mrs. Edmunds and their daughter, Jane, greet the freshmen at a
formal reception held in Stetson Union. This is one of the highlights of
their orientation program.
Mr. Sartain pauses to greet two Stetson students
on their way to class.
Elizabeth Hall, the Admin-
istration Building, is the gift
of Mr. John B. Stetson and
bears the name of his wife. A
three-story structure, in the
style of the Spanish renais-
sance, it contains the adminis-
trative offices, the art museum,
the auditorium, and many of
the class rooms. It is often
referred to as the center of
Stetson's intellectual life.
This engineering student exemplifies one of the purposes of the University which is to help
each student find and prepare for the particular vocation for which he or she is fitted by
ability, aptitude and character.
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This student depicts a phase of cam-
pus life which develops appreciation
of beauty — in music, art, literature,
nature, thought and living.
Stetson students practice teaching under University intern program.
Brick and block soon to be another new residence hall for men.
You've heard our case, we love our school, but we know it would improve with a swimming pool!
Hall of Fame
Snapshots and Ads
John B. Stetson
Founder of City
"We are all together . . . Working toward a common goal."
From the first day of classes in 1883 with an attendance of 13, until now
with the 1958 enrollment of approximately 1400 students, the ideal of
Stetson University has been "to develop in each individual a scholarly
attitude, culture, and Christian character." This ideal has been fulfilled,
and along with the qualities mentioned there has developed in each graduate
of Stetson a love for the school and for all that has made it great.
Stetson was conceived as an institution where young men and women
could otbain a liberal education under Christian influences and ideals.
What we think of as the Stetson Spirit is a result of students working and
playing together, and sharing moments both serious and gay. It is to the
Stetson Spirit — a spirit of togetherness, of love, and of high standards, that
the 1958 Hatter is dedicated.
The standing of a college or a university depends
on the faculty and the program of studies offered.
The first statement to be made about the faculty
in the College of Liberal Arts, Business and Music
at John B. Stetson University is that they are all
scholars. They have been trained in the best grad-
uate schools in America and Europe. A majority
of them hold the Ph.D. degree. They have been
selected to teach in Stetson because of their ability
to impart truth and knowledge. Each one is an out-
standing example of the enriching and ennobling
power of learning, and each one is an aggressive
leader in the promotion of study and the creative
activities of the mind among his students.
Again, each member of the faculty has been
selected to teach at Stetson because he is a person
with a great heart, a person who has an abiding faith
in the goodness of God, a person who believes in the
joy and worth of life, a person who loves youth, a
person who is a loyal philosopher-friend of college
A message to the students from . . .
To the Members of the Stetson Family
As we approach the Diamond Jubilee of the
commencement of higher education in the State
of Florida, and consider the role of Stetson
in the last quarter of its first century, our en-
tire administrative staff is quite excited with
fresh hope about the future. All of us — trus-
tees, faculty, and students — believe that in this
future, we face the dawn of a new day.
Woodrow Wilson, whose 100th birthday
anniversary we recently celebrated, very early
in his work as President of Princeton Univer-
"We grow great by dreams — some of us
let these dreams die, but others nourish
and protect them, nurse them through bad
days till they bring them to the sunshine
and light which come always to those who
sincerely hope that their dreams will come
On this, my tenth anniversary as President
of Stetson University, my sincere prayer is that
those who love Stetson will not let the dreams
of our Founding Fathers die. The time has ar-
rived when we must bring these dreams to
sunshine and light.
J. OLLIE EDMUNDS
January 19, 1958
J. OLLIE EDMUNDS
C. HOWARD HOPKINS
Dean of the University
JAMES A. STEWART
Dean of the Chapel
ETTER McTEER TURNER
Dean of Women
GEORGE W. HOOD
Dean of Men
MARY EDNA PARKER
Assistant Dean of Women
A. F. TUTTLE
Director of Admissions
J. BLANDFORD TAYLOR
Director of News Bureau
WALTER J. BAGGS
Director of Alumni Affairs
Assistant Dean of Men
WILLIAM H. McCAMMON
Director of Religions Activities
CARL H. JOHNSON
Director of Men's Housing
Director of Post Office
LIBERAL ARTS SCHOOL
The College of Liberal Arts is the
oldest and largest of the four univer-
sity colleges. Elizabeth Hall, Flagler
Science Hall and Holmes Hall com-
prise the classroom area. While at-
tending Stetson, every student comes
in contact with the Liberal Arts
School. It is the core of the educa-
tion of every student, from the busi-
ness student to the music or law
major. The Liberal Arts prepares
students to enter the world, to earn
gainful employment, and instills them
with a permanent love and apprecia-
tion of the arts, letters and sciences
which surround us. This in itself
gives an added enjoyment and enrich-
ment to our lives.
WILLIAM H. McENIRY
Dean of Liberal Arts School
'FOREST W. HANSEN, Instructor in English,
1957 : A.B., Harvard: M.A.. University of Wis-
JOHN HICKS. Professor of English, 1949; A.B.,
M.A., University of Louisville; Ph.D., University
PAUL S. ADAMIAN, Instructor in English, 1957;
H.S.. Wbrchester State Teachers College; M.A.,
MARY TR1BBLE LOWRY, Associate Professor
of English. 1923; Ph.B., .M.A.. Stetson University.
WARREN FRENCH. Assistant Professor of Eng-
lish, 195b; B.A., University of Pennsylvania; M.A.,
Ph.D., University of Texas.
WILLIAM E. TAYLOR. Assistant Professor of
English, 1957; B.A., M.A.. Ph.D., Vanderbilt
GUV OWEN. |R.. Assistant Professor of English,
1955; A.B.. M.A., Ph.D., University of North
BYRON H. GIBSON, Professor of English,
1946; A.B., Birmingham-Southern College; M.A.,
Ph.D.. University of Illinois.
HARVEY F. BEUTNER, Assistant Professor of
English, 1957; B.A., Valparaiso University; M.S.J.,
M.A., Northwestern University.
MARGARET J. GLENNIE, Visiting Instructor
in English, 1957; A.B., West Virginia University;
M.A . Teachers College of Columbia L lniversity.
CHARLES C. RITTER, Assistant Professor of
Speech, 1956; B.A., Mary Washington College of
the University of Virginia; M.A., University of
Florida; Ph.D., State Lniversity of Iowa.
MARY LOUISE GEHRING, Associate Professor
of Speech, 1956; B.A.. Baylor University; M.A..
Ph.D., Louisiana State Lniversity.
IRVING C. STOVER, Professor of Speech, 1908;
Graduate King's School of Oratory; B.O., M.O.,
Susquehanna University; Litt.D., Stetson Lni-
BENJAMIN BRUCE GRIFFITHS. Assistant
Professor of Speech, 1956; B.A., Baylor University;
M.F.A., Yale University.
EDWARD A. HOLMES, JR., Assistant Professor
of Religion, 1956; A.B., Mercer University; B.D.,
OLIVER LAFAYETTE WALKER, Professor
of Religion, 1955; A.B., Stetson University; B.D.,
Th.M., Southern Baptist Theological Seminary.
E. EARL JOINER, Assistant Professor of Re-
ligion, 1955; A.M., Stetson University; B.D.,
Th.M., Southern Baptist Theological Seminary.
THOMAS E. McCOLLOUGH, Assistant Pro-
fessor of Religion, 1955; B.B.A., University of
Texas; B.D., Th.D., Southern Baptist Theological
HERBERT ROYCE, Assistant Professor of Mod-
ern Languages, 1956; Doktor rer. pol., University of
DORIS KING ARJONA, Professor of Spanish,
1938; A.B., University of Micihgan ; M.A., Ph.D.,
University of Chicago; Litt.D., Northern Michigan
JOHN L. HODGES, Assitsant Professor of Ger-
man, 1954; A.B., M.A., Ph.D., University of North
FRANCES CLABAUGH THORNTON, Pro-
fessor of French, 1934; A.B., M.A., Stetson Uni-
versity ; Docteur es Lettres de l'Universite de Tou-
BENSON WILLIS DAVIS, Professor of Philoso-
phy and Classical Languages, 1938; A.B., M.A.,
Ph.D., University of North Carolina.
JOHN EDWIN JOHNS, Assistant Professor of
History, 1948; A.M., Furman University; M.A.,
University of North Carolina.
GILBERT L. LYCAN, Professor of History and
Political Science, 1946; A.B., Berea College; M.A.,
Ph.D., Yale University.
NORMA M. AVERY, \ "'siting; Instructor in His-
tory and Political Science, 1956; B.A.E., University
of Mississippi; M.A., Stetson University.
EVANS C. JOHNSON, Assistant Professor of
History and Political Science, 1953; A.B., M.A.,
University of Alabama; Ph.D., University of North
EITHER W. SMITH, JR., Assistant Professor
of Political Science, 1957; B.A., Denison Univer-
sity; M.A., Ph.D., Yale Graduate School.
fOHN A. HAGUE, Assistant Professor of Ameri-
can Studies, 1955; A.B., Princeton University;
Ph.D., Yale University.
GEORGE LOVELL [ENKINS, Professor ot
Physics, 1948; A.B., Berea College; M.A., Univer-
sity of North Carolina; Ph.D., University of Ken-
JOHN V. VAUGHAN, Professor of Chemistry,
1946; A. H., Oberlin College; Ph.D., Johns Hopkins
JOHN FERGUSON CONN, Professor of Chem-
istry, 1929; B.S., Georgetown College; M.S., Uni-
versity of Chicago; Ph.D., University of Pittsburgh.
TAMES E. WILLS, TR-, Associate Professor of
Physics, 1956; B.A., Mississippi College; M.A.,
University of Virginia ; Ph.D., University of Texas.
THEODORE W. HEILER, Associate Professor
of Chemistry, 1953; H.S., Allegheny College; M.A.,
Ph.D., Harvard University.
ALBERT M. WINCHESTER, Professor of Bi-
ology, 1947; A.B., Baylor University; M.A., Ph.D.,
L^niversity of Texas.
ELMER C. PRICHARD, Professor of Biology,
1947; A.B., Mississippi College; M.A., University
of Richmond ; Ph.D., University of North Carolina.
KEITH L. HANSEN, Assistant Professor of Bi-
ology, 1955; B.S., M.S., Stetson University; Ph.D.,
University of Florida.
DOROTHY LANGFORD FULLER, Associate
Professor of Biology, 1941; A.B., M.A., Stetson
RUBERT JAMES LONGSTREET, Professor of
Education, 1949; B.S., LL.B., Stetson University;
M.A., Duke University.
RUTH I. SMITH, Associate Professor of Educa-
tion, 1954; B.S., Pennsylvania State Teachers Col-
lege, Slippery Rock; M.A., Ed.D., University of
RAY V. SOWERS, Professor of Education, 1948;
A.B., LL.D., Florida Southern College; M.A., Uni-
versity of North Carolina.
RANDOLPH LAURIE CARTER, Professor of
Education, 1944; A.B., Mercer University; M.A.,
Columbia University; Ph.D., Peabody College.
GEORGE WILSON HOOD, Associate Professor
of Education, 1950; A.B., Baker L T niversity;
M.A.A., Ph.D., University of Chicago.
THURMAN EDWIN SMOTHERMAN, As-
sociate Professor of Education, 1956; A.B., State
Teachers College, Springfield, Missouri ; M.Ed.,
Ed.D., University of Missouri.
A. M. ANDERSON, 1957; B.A., Mount Allison
University; M.A., University of New Brunswick;
Ph.D., New York University; Post Doctoral work
at Columbia University.
FRANK R. TUBBS, Assistant Director of Interns,
1947; A.B., Maryville College; M.S., University of
ALBERT A. PRINCE, Assistant Professor of
Psychology, 1956: A.B., Wesleyan University;
M.A., University of New Hampshire; Ph.D., Uni-
versity of Connecticut.
WARREN F. JONES, JR., Assistant Professor of
Psychology, 1955; B.S., Union University; M.A.,
Peabody College; Ph.D., Vanderbilt University.
SIDNEY B. DENMAN, Assistant Professor of
Social Psychology, 1950; A.B., Mississippi College;
M.A., Tulane University; Ph.D., Duke University.
MELVIN J. WILLIAMS, Professor of Sociology,
1952; A. B., B.D., Ph.D., Duke University.
JAMES A. SARTAIN, Assistant Professor of So-
ciology, 1955; B.S., Alabama State Teachers Col-
lege, Troy ; M.A., Peabody.
SAM W. McINNIS, Visiting Associate Professor
of Math, 1957; A.B., M.A., University of Florida.
EMMETT S. ASHCRAFT, Associate Professor
of Mathematics, 1949; B.S., Wake Forest College;
M.A., University of North Carolina.
CURTIS MILTON LOWRY, Professor of
Mathematics and Engineering, 1926; B.S. in M.E.,
M.A., M.E., Bucknell University.
WILLIAM DUDLEY GEER, Assistant Profes-
sor of Economics. 1956; B., M.A.. Stetson Uni-
TOHN A. COPPS, Associate Professor of Econom-
ics, 1956; B.A.. M.A.. Ph.D.. Universit) or Wis-
JOHN E. BARTHEL, Assistant Professor of Eco-
nomics. 1955; Diplom-Volkswirt, Doktor rer. pol.,
University of Berlin.
M. DALE SUMMERS, Assistant Professor of
Art, 1955; B.E.A.. University of Illinois; M.A..
L niversity of Wisconsin.
SARA EDITH HARVEY, Professor of Art. 1935;
Art Diploma, Shorter College; B.S., Peabody Col-
lege; M.A., Columbia University.
LOUIS FREUND, Artist in Residence. 1949; Uni-
versity of Missouri: St. Louis School of Fine Arts;
Colerossi Academy, Paris : Princeton L niversity ;
Fine Arts Center, Colorado Springs.
ELIZABETH AUTREY. Professor of Physical
Education. 194b : B.S.. Florida State College for
Women; M.S.. University of Wisconsin.
SARA STAFF JERNIGAN, Professor of Physical
Education, 1937: ITS.. M.A., Stetson University.
TOMMYE G. YATES, Instructor in Physical
Education. 1957; B.S., University of Chattanooga;
M.S., University of Tennessee.
ESTER M. HICK. Assistant Professor of Physical
Education. 1941 : B.S.. M.A.. Stetson University.
WESLEY MELVIN BERNER. Assistant Profes-
sor of Physical Education. 1947: B.S.. Pacific Uni-
versit). M.A., Stetson University.
GLENN N. WALKER. 1957, Basketball Coach
and Assistant Professor of Physical Education ; A.B..
.Mercer University; M.A.. Peabody College.
GARLAND H. WILLIAMS. Instructor in Physi-
cal Education, 195b: B.S.. University of Georgia;
M.A., George Peabody College.
WARREN C. COWELL, Professor of Physical
Education, 1935; B.S.. Kansas State Agricultural
College: M.A.. University of Florida.
SCHOOL OF BUSINESS
The School of Business was estab-
lished in 1940. It is housed in its
own building on the main campus.
The college graduate entering busi-
ness without special preparation suf-
fers a handicap; similarly one who
confines his study to business is hand-
icapped. The program of the School
of Business, therefore, is a combina-
tion of academic and business sub-
jects. The Faculty endeavors to culti-
vate in students those qualities of
mind and character that will make
useful citizens with high ideals of bus-
iness morality and social responsibil-
ity. Students are encouraged to ac-
quire a clear understanding of modern
industrial society and of their respon-
sibilities and opportunities in it.
EDWARD G. FURLONG
Dean of School of Business
CAROL J. NICKLAS, Assistant Professor of Sec-
retarial Science, 1954; U.S., M.B.A., Indiana Uni-
MAXINE L. PATTERSON, Associate Professor
of Secretarial Science, 1 ( '4S; H.S., Mary Washing-
ton College nt the University of Virginia; M.B.E.,
Universit yof Colorado.
(I. WILLARD FREEMAN, Visiting Professor of
Business Administration; I). M.S., Webber College.
CHAUNCEY S. ELKINS, Assistant Professor of
Business Administration, 1956 ; A. B., Marshall Col-
lege; M.B.A., University of Michigan.
FRANK M. PHILLIPS, Visiting Professor of
Mathematics and Statistics; Bachelor of Didactics,
Newton College ; Master of Didactics, Iowa State
Normal School ; A.B., Iowa State Teachers College ;
M.A., State University of Iowa; Ph.D., George
ROGER G. GILES, Visiting Instructor of Busi-
ness Administration ; A.B., Florida Southern Col-
lege ; LL.B., Cumberland University; LL.B., Stet-
DAVID M. BLIGHTS, Professor of Accounting,
1953; A.B., University of Colorado; M.S., Ph.D.,
University of Illinois; C.P.A.
HENRY F. GODFREY. Visiting Professor of
Business Administration, 1956; A. B., Harvard Uni-
SCHOOL OF MUSIC
The Stetson School of Music is a
member of the National Association of
Schools of Music. The school prepares
students for the music professions, in-
cluding the teaching of music in the
public schools and the directing of
church music. There is a preparatory
department for children and for students
whose previous training has been insuffi-
cient. The School is housed in DeLand
Hall and Annex with separate facilities
for the bands and the orchestra in the
Band Hall. A specialized music library
supplements the music literature collec-
tions of the University Library.
CLAUDE M. ALMAND
ELEANOR LEEK, Associate Professor oi Violon-
cello and Theory, 1946; B.M., M.M.. Eastman
Scln »il of Music.
Rl TH DIANE HI RLINGHAM, Instructor in
Piano and Theory, 1956; B.M., M.M.. Eastman
School of Music
Richard Mcdowell feasel, \
r of Wind Instruments, 1946; B.M., M.A..
Stetson L niversity.
HAROLD MILNE GIFFIN, Professor of Voice.
1935; A.H.. Denison University; B.M., M.A., East-
man School of Music
MILDRED REID, Instructor in Voice. 1957;
15 S., Queens College.
DONALD CHARLES YAXLEY, Assistant Pro-
fessor of Wind and Percussion Instruments, 1949;
B.M., M.A.. Stetson University.
KATHLEEN ALLEN JOHNSON. Assistant
Professor of Piano. 1951 ; B.M., Stetson University;
A.B., Eastman School of Music: M.A.. Stetson L ni-
FRANK H. LUKER, Visiting Professor of Piano.
1952; A.B.. Boston University.
ROGER L. CUSHMAN, Associate Professor of
Piano and Theory. 1950: B.M., M.M.. Yale Uni-
LACK CALVIN ROWE, Instructor in Church
Music. 1954; A.B.. Ouachita College: M.S.M.,
Southern Baptist Theological Seminary.
FRANCES BUXTON, Professor of Violin and
Theory. 1943; B.M.. Cleveland Institute of Music:
M.M.. Eastman School of Music.
FRANCES M. GORDON, Instructor in Piano.
1957; B.M.. Wesle\an Conservatory.
VERONICA DAVIS GOVE, Professor of Musk-
Education. 1931; B.M., L niversity of Illinois:
M.A., Columbia University.
JAMES D. PERDUE. Mu>ic Librarian, 1954;
B.M., M.A.. Stetson L niversity.
The classes of the year 1957-58 have memories to share, seventy-five years
of memories stored up since the founding of DeLand University. There
are memories of changes in styles of clothing, in manners of speech, and in
methods of teaching. There are memories, too, of Sampson Library, the
center of Stetson's academic activities.
Once called the DeLand University Library, it was organized in 1888 by
Dr. Warren Stone Cordis, and located in DeLand Hall. In 1889 the library
was named in honor of Mr. C. T. Sampson, because of his great interest and
generosity. Two years later it was moved into Elizabeth Hall, where more
spacious quarters were provided.
The Carnegie Library was erected in 1909. The building was given by
Andrew Carnegie, and an endowment of $40,000 was provided by Elizabeth,
the Countess of Santa Eulalia. The book collection by this time had grown
from 1,200 or 1,300 volumes to 15,000. By 1957, with about 71,000 books and
bound periodicals and over 100,000 items in the U.S. Documents Division,
the present building was filled to capacity.
The future beckons too; and as the seniors look forward to a world where
books come to life, the freshmen, sophomores, and juniors can look forward
to sharing the plans that will be made in 1958 for the building of a newer,
larger, and more convenient library.
THE SENIOR CLASS
Dreams have been built and have tumbled — to rise in
altered form. Problems have been faced — and over-
come. The bull session, the courses, the class elections
—all are passing too rapidly. But the world is waiting
just beyond June, and there are only a few moments for
The Senior Glass is facing graduation, and already
college is a series of memories. To the Juniors they
leave the privileges and dignity of seniority. Soon, in
black robes, they will file out of college life and into a
big new world.
Jack Woodali President
Bill Able Vice President
Doris Rocker Secretary
Wayne Graham Treasurer
I) el. and
I. .A.; Lambda Chi Alpha pledge trainer;
Inter Fraternity Council Representative;
Phys. Ed. Club Sec; Rules and Procedure
Comm. ; Student Advisor; Sr. Class V. Pres.
Carroll J. Abernathy
I. .A.: Pi Kappa Phi. Soc Chair.. Pledgemas-
ter; I.F.C. ; Dorm. Coun. ; Stu. Adv.; Circle
K ; Stetson Players Guild ; Sigma Alpha Sigma,
Pres.; B.S.U.; Univ. Party Del.
Marv Leslie Addison
L.A. ; Stetson Hall Sec, Pres.; Exec. Coun.,
Rep. at Large; B.S.U., V. Pres.: Dexioma,
Chaplain. Hist.. Membership Chair.; Glee
Club; Sigma Pi Kappa, V. Pres.: Hatter,
Adm. and Org. Editor.
L.A. ; Wash. Sem. ; Wesley Found.; Interna-
tional Club: Alpha Chi Omega; Intramurals;
Women's Vars. Golf Team; Fla. Intercoll.
Marvin L. Anthony H'land Park, III.
Bus.; Sigma Phi Epsilon, Sec, Soc Chair.,
V. Pres. ; I.F.C. ; Stu. Adv. ; Canterbury Club.
L.A. : Zeta Tau Alpha: Beta Beta Beta; Stu.
Fla. Ed. Ass'n. ; Wesley Found.
Mollie Parrish Barrow Atlanta, Ga.
Music: B.S.U.; Glee Club, Stu. Dir. ; Phi
Harold Ray Basham Orlando
L.A. ; S Club ; Scabbard and Blade ; Sigma Nu.
John B. Beard
Bus.; Lambda Chi Alpha.
L.A. : Pi Beta Phi, Rec. Sec, Pres., PanHel-
lenic : Kappa Pi, V. Pres.; Honor, Hist.;
and Key. Sec: Wesley Found., Sec: S.C.A.,
Sec-Treas. ; Honor Roll: Stover Theater;
Women's Coun. ; Who's Who.
Patsy Christie Blanton Jacksonville
L.A. : Glee Club; Travel Squad; Plavers
Peter Bohaczyk, Jr.
Joanne Galarde Bolton St. Petersburg
L.A. ; Sec, L.A. ; V. Pres., L.A. ; Panhellenic,
Pres. ; Alpha Xi Delta, Chaplain ; Travel
Squad: Stover Theater; S.G.A. ; Rel. Focus
Wk.; S.F.E.A.; Stu. Adv.; Stu. In. Bd. ;
Marv Patricia Boss
L.A.; B.S.U.; Zeta Tau Alpha. Sec; The
Honor, Sec. ; Theta Alpha Phi, V. Pres.,
Hist.; Kappa Pi; Players Guild, Sec; Panhel-
lenic, Sec ; Women's Coun. ; La Franciade ;
Chair., Orientation Comm. ; Inter-reg. Schol.;
C ynthiana, Ky.
L.A.; Pi Beta Phi, Schol. Chair., Corr. Sec;
Panhellenic, V. Pres. : Honors Program ; The
Honor; Reporter; Inter-reg. Schol.; Stu.
Adv. ; Univ. Party.
Mary Gail Bowerhan Copake, N.Y.
L.A.; Phi Mu; Newman Club; F.T.A.
Woodruff, S. C.
L.A. ; Zeta Tau Alpha, Corr. Sec. ; Theta
Alpha Phi, Hist., V. Pres.; Players Guild;
Women's Coun.; F.T.A. ; B. S. U.; Stu. Adv.
Gaither E. Briggs
.-1 ugusta, S.C .
Marv Lee Brown Daytona Beach
L.A. ; F.T.A.: Majorette; D.S.F. ; Intra-
B. G. Brown
M. R. Buckalew, III Vero Beach
Bus.; Delta Sigma Phi, Sgt. at Arms; ROTC
Review, Bus. Mgr. ; Stu. Adv.
Bus. ; Travel Squad : Glee Club ; W.F., Sec. ;
S.C.A., Sec. ; Stu. Adv. ; Lib. Comm., Pres. :
Music Ed. Nat. Conf.
L.A. : Phi Alpha Theta ; Scabbard and Blade :
L.A. ; Beta Beta Beta.
From black gowns
To white ones.
Harriette Butier Atlanta, Ga.
Bus.; Professional Business Club; Glee Club; Student Ad-
visor; Pi Beta Phi, House Chairman.
Tom Allen Byrd
L.A. ; Future Teachers of America.
Gerald R. Callahan Chicago, III.
L.A. ; Honor Roll ; Kappa Delta Pi, Pres. ; Physical Educa-
tion Majors Club, Pres.; Intramurals ; Green Derby Plan-
ning Committee; AAHPER.
Charles M. Capps Jacksonville
Bus.; Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity; Professional Business
Donna Carroll Jacksonville
L.A. ; Phi Mu, Soc. Serv. Chairman, Rec.-Secy.; Reporter
Staff; Debate Club; Psi Society, Secy.; Library Council,
Secy.; Sigma Alpha Sigma, Secy.; The Honor; Scroll and
Key; Wesley Foundation, V. Pres.; B.S.U.; Y.W.A.
Patricia Chapman Carnes St. Petersburg
L.A. ; Alpha Xi Delta, Chaplain; Freshman Class Secy.;
Worn. Counc, Stetson Hall; B.S.U. Dev. Comm. Secy. Stet-
son Hall; Panhellenic ; Travel Squad; Glee Club; Alpha Xi
Pledge Trainer; Y.W.A.
Robert Carnes Nashville, Tenn.
L.A. ; Pi Kappa Phi, Pres., Pledge Trainer; Pres., Liberal
Arts College; Omicron Delta Kappa; Honors Program;
Circle "K"; Sigma Delta Pi; Min. Assoc; B.S.U. ; S.C.A. ;
Intramurals; Honor Roll.
Joanna E. Coburn
L.A. ; Phi JIu, Treas., Rush Capt. ; The Honor; Kappa
Delta Pi, Treas.; Tau Beta Sigma, V. Pres., Secy.; Band;
Orch. ; W. Coun., V. Pres. ; SGA Coram. ; Stu. Un. Comm. ;
Canterbury Club ; Panhellenic Council.
Harry Conner _ Jacksonville
L.A. ; Sigma Nu; Intramural All-Stars; Baseball, Co-Capt. ;
Sigma Pi Kappa; Stu. Un. Bd. ; Co-Chmn. Hatter Holiday;
Janet Elaine Cooper Homestead
L.A. ; Alpha Dex., Secy. ; FTA ; YWA, Dorm Chmn. ; BSU.
Jerome Watson Cor ley
Bus.; Fresh. Adv.; Accountancy Club; Prof. Bus. Club;
House Coun. Norn. Comm.
H. Garland Cowan Daytona Beach
Norman Thomas Crane Hollywood
L.A. ; Wesley Fdtn., Pres.; Band; Kappa Kappa Psi, Secy.;
Gamma Sigma Epsilon, Treas.
Joseph Clarence Crankshaw Neptune Beach
L.A. ; Editor Stetson Reporter; Sigma Phi Epsilon, Pres.,
Pledge Train.; Sigma Pi Kappa; Sigma Tau Delta; Canter-
bury Club, Treas. ; Interfrat. Coun. ; Debate Club.
Billy G. Crayton Independence, Mo.
L.A. ; B.S.U., Pres., T.U. Rep.; Omicron Delta Kappa;
Stetson Players Guild, Pres.; Men's Council, Secy.; Stud.
Christian Assoc. ; Scroll and Key ; Theta Alpha Phi, Gamma
Sigma Epsilon ; Rel. Foe. Wk. ; Dean's List ; Who's Who.
Christmas . . . Peggy and Chuck play angels
While Yvonne dreams of Yule time in Gaza.
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Margaret Ann Crosby
L.A.; Alpha Xi Delta, V. Pres.; F.T.A. ;
S.C.A. Rep.; Disc. Stu. Fellowship, Secy.,
Treas., V. Pres.; Stu. Un. Comm. ; Green
Feather Comm.; Court (if Lambda Chi Alpha.
Calvin L. Daigle
Baton Rouge, La.
L.A. ; Football; S Club; Newman Club;
F.T.A. ; Pi Kappa Alpha.
W. E. Darling Mimcie, III.
L.A. ; Beta Beta Beta, Historian.
.Bus.; Sigma Nu, Treas., Soc. Ch. ; Account-
Charles V. Day
Bus.; Pi Kappa Phi, Treas.; Glee Club
Travel Squad ; Circle K ; Players Guild ; Bus.
Men's Prf. Club; Madrigal Singers; B.S.U. ;
Cooperative Ed. Club, Pres.
Janet Rvan Dice
L.A. ; Delta Delta Delta, Glee Club, MENC ;
Stu. Lib. Comm.
Mrs. C. P. DeArmas
Harvey Lee Duke Jacksonville
L.A. ; Ministerial Assoc, Pres.
L.A. ; Glee Club; Organ Guild; Reporter;
Canterbury Club, Treas. ; Honor Roll.
Patricia Anne Edington St. Petersburg
Music; Travel Squad; Glee Club; Opera
Workshop ; Phi Beta, Secy., Soc. Ch. ; Alpha
Xi Delta, Chapl., Mus. Ch. ; B.S.U., Mus.
Ch. ; Amer. Guild Organist, Soc. Ch. ;
V.W.A.; Madrigal Singers; S.G.A. Comm.
Julia Greer Emerson
L.A.; B.S.U. ; Y.W.A.; Zeta Tau Alpha,
Chapl., Ritual Ch. ; Sociology Club, V. Pres.
Dumont, N. J.
Bus.; Honor Roll; Scabbard and Blade So-
Doris L. Fertic
L.A.; Phi Mu. Secy.; Gamma Theta Upsilon,
Secy. : F.T.A., Secy. ; Reporter Staff, Circ.
Mgr. : Hatter Staff; Homecoming Court.
James H. Finlayson, Jr.
Bus.; Pi Kappa Alpha, Secy.
Richard Crutcher Frink Jensen Bch.
LA.; Dorm. Coun. : B.S.L '., The Tie; Gam-
ma Sigma Epsilon. Recorder, Natl. Conv. ;
Scroll and Key, Secw, Honor Roll ; Dean's
Bruce F. Gallan
Malcolm Sanford Glass Winter Park
L.A. ; Honors Program ; Scroll and Key ; Omi-
cron Delta Kappa, Pres. : Pi Kappa Phi,
Schol. Cr. ; Canterbury Club. Soc. Ch.. \ .
Pres.: Band; Orch. ; The Paradigm; Sigma
Pi Kappa, Pres. ; Stover Theatre ; Theta Alpha
Phi; Players Guild, Pres.; Treas., L.A.
School; S.G.A. Comm.; Rel. Focus Wk.
Cumin., Harry L. Taylor Award: Academic
Coun. Award: Honor Roll: Who's Who.
Thomas Wavne Graham
Bus.; Glee Club; Travel Squad; Delta Sigma
Phi, Treas. ; Junior Class Treas. ; Senior Class
Treas.: S.G.A. Treas.; Univ. Party Treas.;
Mel Hyatl Gregory Jr. La Grange, Ky.
Bus.; Sigma Xu, S Club, Pres.; Business
School Pres. ; Scabbard & Blade. Y. Pres. ;
Phys. Ed. Mai. Club. Sec: Basketball: Ten-
nis: Baseball; Men's Coun.; S.G.A.. Pres.
Cab. ; Prof. Bus. Club.
James Conrad Grimes Charlotte. -V. C.
Music: Madrigal Singers Ch. : Amer. Guild
of Organists, Sub-Dean. Hist.: Lutheran Stud.
Assoc., Pre>. ; Univ. Carilloneur; Glee Club:
Phyllis Joan Hancock Tampa
Music; Travel Squad. B.S.L". Exec. Coun.:
Music School Treas., V. Pres. : Phi Beta, V.
Henry Lee Hardin Dunedin
I-.A. : Men's Phys. Ed. Majors Club; Pi
Kappa Phi, Stud. Emp. Comm.
L.A.; F.T.A.. Sec., V. Pres.: Worn. Prof.
Club, Pres.: Cheerleader, Capt. : Ch. Green
Derby Carnival : Delta Delta Delta.
The Stetson Union in construction.
Now, the luxurious lounge.
Harold D. Harris
L.A. ; Future Teachers of America.
James Paul Hendrickson Pineville, Ky.
L.A. ; Sigma Phi Epsilon, Pres., Pledge Trainer, Soc, Ch. ;
Beta Beta Beta, Pres. ; Scabbard and Blade ; ROTC Rifle
Team; Intramurals; Hatter Hoi. Cum.; Military Ball
Com. ; B.S.U.
Homer B. Herrick, Jr.
Patricia Carolyn Hiers
Judith Elizabeth Hill
L.A. ; Pi Beta Phi, Corr. Sec, House Ch., Mag. Ch., Censor;
Sigma Pi Kappa; The Honor; Reporter; Fr. Adv.; FT A ;
Wesley Fdn.; Honor Roll; Stover Theater; Hatter Staff;
Glee Club; Orchestra; Band; MENC; Worn. Covin. Secy.-
L.A. ; Swim Team ; Westminster Fellowship ; Ed., Celtic
Dave Hewett Panama City
L.A. ; B.S.U. ; Ministerial Assoc.; Dorm Advisor; Pres.,
House Coun., Relig. Foe. Wk. Com. Ch.
Samuel S. Ho
L.A. ; International Club; Phi Soc; Scroll and Key; Gamma
Sigma Epsilon ; Honor Roll ; Dean's List ; Acad. Coun.
Schol. ; Fresh. Chem. Award.
James Edward Hodge Jacksonville
L.A. Pres., S.G.A. ; Omicron Delta Kappa; Men's Council;
Pi Kappa Phi, Secy., Rush Ch. ; B.S.U. Exec. Coun. ; Base-
ball; S Club; Rel.'Foc. Wlc. Com.; Ch. Fr. Orient. Com.;
Fr. Adv.; Who's Who.
L.A.; Reporter; Y.W.A. Prog. Ch. ; Alpha Dex., Publ., V.
Pres.; Worn. Coun. Sgt. Arms; B.S.U., Secy.; Kappa Delta
Jacquelyn Ann Hogue Chattanooga, Tenn.
L.A. ; Worn. Coun., Pres. N. Hall, V. Pres. Exec. Coun.;
Pan-Hel.; Delta Delta Delta, Soc. Ch., Rush Ch., V. Pres.,
Pres. ; Wesley Fdn. ; V. Pres., S.C.A. ; State Secy., Fla.
MSM ; Beta Beta Beta ; V. Pres., S.G.A. ; The Honor, V.
Pres.; Who's Who.
Charles Manuel Holcomb Live Oak
LA.; Sigma Chi Epsilon, Pres.; I.F.C. ; S.G.A. Com.;
Orien. Wk. Committee.
Arthur B. Holmes, Jr. Gainesville
Bus.; Wesley Fdn., Treas., V. Pres., Rec. Ch., S.C.A. Rep.;
Rel. Emph. Wk. Com.; Basketball; Intramurals; Hatter;
Sigma Nu. Pres. Pledges, Chapl., Schl. Ch. ; V. Pres. Jr.
Class; S.G.A. Soc. V. Pres.; Prof. Bus. Club, V. Pres., Pres.
Mary Lee Houston Orlando
L.A. ; Worn. Coun.; Panhellenic ; Military Ball Court; Phi
Mu, Rush Ch., Pres.; B.S.U.
Martha Anne Howell Jacksonville
L.A. ; B.S.U., La Franciade, Future Teachers of America.
Louise and Harry made a cute couple at Mardi Gras.
Joanna and Roger look good together anywhere.
Nelda Ruth Hudson
L.A. : Chad. Hall Coun., Soc. Ch. ; Exec
Coun.: Pres. North Hall; Glee Club, Travel
Squad ; Homecoming Com. : Kappa Pi ;
B.S.I". : Zeta Tau Alpha. House Ch.. Music
Margaret "Peggv" Hughes
Music; Phi Beta, Treas.. Ritual Ch.; Worn.
Coun.: Freshman Adv.; B.S.I . Exec. Coun.;
Y.W.A.. Sec: Glee Club; Band; Travel
Squad: Madrigal Singers.
Charles J. Hunt
L.A. : Ministerial Assoc: La Franciade: Hon-
orarv History Society.
Earle R. Hunt, Jr. Del. and
L A. : Future Teachers of America.
Anne E. Huntington
I 'ineyard Haven, Mass.
Music: Canterbury Club; Phi Beta Natl.
Honorary, Secy.; Orchestra.
Joanna Johnson Bradenton
L.A. : Green Feather: Rules 5c Proced. : Delta
Delta Delta. Treas. ; Marshal, V. Pres.
Gwendolyn Louise Kelly
L.A.: B.S.U. Exec. Coun.; Y.W.A.. Pres..
Women's Prof. Club, V. Pres. : Alpha Dexi-
jma : Women's Council ; S.G.A. Comm., Band.
Warren Archie Kendall St Petersburg
Bus.: Sigma Nu; Tennis: I.F.C. Treas.;
Dorm. Coun., Stud. Adv., Homecoming Play.
Roy Kennedy Apnpka
Jerry Kinnear Kern Delray Beach
Bus.: Pi Kappa Alpha. Secy., House Mgr.,
Outstanding Pledge : Varsity Baseball : S Club :
Honor Roll; Dean's List; Prof. Bus. Club;
Yvonne George Khouri Gaza, via Egypt
Bus.: Honor Roll: International Club. \.
Pres., Prog. Ch.. Intl. Stud. Scholarship:
Young Women's Auxiliary.
Arthur D. Kibbe Cortland. A". Y.
Bus.; Stetson Band, Capt. : Stetson Orchestra.
John H. Killebrew
Bus.; Sigma Phi Epsilon, Historian, House
Mgr. ; Intramural Board, Secy.; Accountancy
Club ; Commerce Club ; Student Advisor.
Kenneth Paul Kirchman Belle Glade
L.A. ; Delta Sigma Phi Fraternity; Intramural
George L. Kirkland Largo
L.A. ; Ministerial Association.
James Alton Kirkland DeLand
Bus.; Sigma Phi Epsilon; Intramurals; Mili-
tarv Ball Committee.
L.A. ; Sigma Nu Fraternity ; Baptist Student
Union; S Club; Varsity Basketball; Co-Capt.
Janice Raie Krueger
L.A. ; F.T.A., Publicity Ch. ; Alpa Dexioma,
Secy. ; Hatter Staff, Circ. Mgr. ; Stetson
House Coun., Secy. ; Gamma Theta Upsilon ;
Sigma Pi Kappa.
L.A.; Phi Mu, Pledge Dir., Soc. Ch. ; E.F.
T.A. ; Reporter Bus. Staff; Hatter Staff;
R.O.T.C. Sponsor; Hatter Fall Beauty Con-
William Jeffrey Langer
L.A. ; Sigma Nu Fraternity, Intramural Ch.,
Historian; Varsity Tennis Team, Lettered,
Voted "Most Consistent Man."
John Ligas, Jr.
Bus. ; Transfer Miami University, Oxford,
Ohio; Acountancy Club.
William A. Liles
Garland, N. C.
Bus.; House Council; Prof. Bus. Club; Ch.
Blood Drive for DeLand ; Lambda Chi Alpha ;
I.F.C. President; Student Adviser; Trans.
from E. Carolina Coll.
Elden Henry Luffman Ocala
L.A. ; Glee Club; Ministerial Association.
Patricia M. McBride
Bay side, L. /., N. Y.
Music ; Alpha Xi Delta, Corresponding Secy.,
Music Chairman; Glee Club, Travel Squad
Soloist; Y.W.A., State Song Director; Chau-
doin House Council; B.S.U.; Opera Work-
shop; Operetta "Red Mill."
Pensive moods . . . Judy Hill
John Mitchell McCausland, Jr. Winter Park
L.A. ; Chess Club; Psi Society; Language Club.
Betty Jo McClendon Eau Gallic
L.A. ; Future Teachers of America; Alpha Chi Omega So-
Margaret Sylvia McDonald Wauchula
L.A.; Concert Band; B.S.U.; Y.W.A., Dorm Chmn. ;
F.T.A., Historian; Student Advisor; Alpha Xi Delta, Mar-
shal, House Chairman, Nice Pres. ; ^ oung Democrats;
Joy Beaman McGee Winston-Salem, N. C.
L.A. ; Baptist Student Union; Y.W.A.; Future Teachers of
Willard L. McGhee
Richard Hugh Mclnnis Del. eon Springs
L.A. ; Varsity Baseball; S Club; Intramurals; Student Ad-
visor; Honor Roll.
Marvin McMaster Orlando
I. .A.; Glee Club; Travel Squad : Westminster Fellowship;
Theta Alpha Phi ; Stetson Players Guild : Stover Theater
Dawson A. McQuaig Jacksonville
L.A. ; Pi Kappa Phi, V. P. Pledge Class; House Council:
Ministerial Assoc; F.T.A. ; Cheerleader; Basketball Mgr. ;
"S" Club; Theatre Guild; Rel. Foe. Wk. Comm.; Stu. Un.
Bd. ; B.S.I'.; Circle "K"; Reporter Staff: Intramurals; Sto-
ver Theatre; Green Feather.
Merrill Maguire Jacksonville
L.A. ; Pi Beta Phi, V. Pres., Pledge Trainer, Sonven. Dele-
gate; Women's Coun., Chad. V. Pres., Exec. Coun. Secv. ;
B.S.U., Soc. V. Pres., Dev. V. Pres.; Glee Club Travel
Squad; Secy. Soph. Class; Stud. Un. Bd., V. Pres.; The
Honor, Pres., Honors Program ; Who's Who.
David W. Marcell DeLand
L.A. ; Sigma Nu; Canterbury Club, Pres.; S.C.A., Pres.;
Scroll and Key, Pres.; Phi Alpha Theta, Pres.; Stud. Un.
Bd., Pres.; ODK Treas. ; Washington Semester; Honors
Program; Pres. Exec. Coun. Canterbury Slubs of Diocese of
S. Fla. ; Ed., 'Canterbury Tells" ; Who's Who.
Roderick Golvin Martin Hialeah
L.A. ; Delta Sigma Phi Fraternity ; House Manager.
Betty Jo Mason Tampa
L.A. ; Alpha Chi Omega, Pres. ; Rules and Procedure ; Pan-
hellenic; F.N.E.A. ; Women's Council, North Hall.
James Leslie Mathas Ormond Beach
Music; Kappa Kappa Psi, Vice Jresident; Band; Orchestra.
James R. Meriwether, Jr. Nashville, Tenn.
Music; Glee Club; Travel Squad; MENC; Student Ad-
viser; Baptist Student Union.
Diana Milford A del, Georgia
L.A. ; Band; Orchestra; Brass Ensemble; Tau Beta Sigma,
Secy., V. Pres.; Women's Council, V, Pres. North Hall:
V.W.A.; B.S.U. Exec. Counc. ; Dorm. Dev. Ch. ; Relig.
Focus Wk. Comm. ; Delta Delta Delta Scholarship.
John R. Miller
Scholars? No, a party!
Here's the real thing ... a Washington Semester gang.
John Robert Moore
L.A. : Debate Squad; Editor Stetson Reporter;
Ministerial A>mh'. ; Stra\ Greeks; Circle K;
Washington Semester; Honors Program.
William Pierce Moore
I. .A.: I'i Kappa Phi; Ministerial Assoc.; Li-
brary Committee, Chairman.
Victor A. Muzii, Jr.
Bus.; Football; Soccer; S Clu
Alpha. Sgt. of Arms.
Morris M. Nowell
L.A. ; Ke\ Club; Glee Club Travel Sqd. ;
Ministerial Assoc, Radio Chmn.
Betty "Beep" Nowlin
L.A. : Delta Delta Delta, Pres. Pledge Class,
Sponsor Ch. ; Worn. Coun., Soc. Ch. North
Hall; Stud. I'n. Bd., Soc. Coram.; F.T.A. ;
Neil Thomas O'Brien St. Louis, Mo.
Bus.; Gamma Theta Upsilon.
L.A. : Lambda Chi Alpha; Stover Theatre
Productions; Stetson Player's Guild.
Marv Kav Pafford
L A. : Westminster Fellowship, Pres., Fellow-
ship Chmn.; Alpha Xi Delta, Treas. ; Band;
S.C.A.. Secy., Treas.; F.T.A. : Stud. I'n.
Hostess Ch.; Glee Club; Stud. Adv.; Relig.
Focus Wk. Comm.
Dorothy Ann Page Lake City
L.A. ; Alpha Dexioma; B.S.U.
James Chappell Parkhurst
L.A.; Pi Kappa Phi; I.F.C. : SGA Stud. Em-
ployment Comm.. Ch. ; Rules & Proc. ; Home-
coming Comm.; Pre-Legal Assoc., Prog Ch. ;
Dorm Council ; Political Forum, Pres. ; FCCH
Bd. of Directors.
Donald A. Pattison
Bus.; Sigma Nu; "S" Club, Treas.; Mgr.
Varsin Football; Hater Staff; Stover Theatre
Carolyn Martha "Lynn" Peters
L.A. ; Trans. Shorter College ; Zeta Tau Al-
pha. Pledge Pres.. Music Ch.; Glee Club.
Travel Squad; F.T.A.. Historian; Westmin-
Julia Gail Pittman
L.A. ; SGA Secy. ; B.S.U. Enlistment V. Pres. ;
Delta Delta Delta, Chaplain, Pres. Pledge
Class; Stud. F.E.A., V. Pres. ; Women's Coun-
cil, North Hall, Executive Rep. at Large;
Soph. Class Treas. ; Freshman Adv. ; Honor
Roll ; The Honor.
Willard H. Pratt
L.A. ; Ministerial Assoc. ; B.S.U. ; Freshma
Adv. ; V. Pres. Freshman Class.
James G. Radebaugh Orlando
L.A. ; Lambda Chi Alpha; Canterbury Club.
Ronald Calvin Ramaker Hollywood
Bus. ; Soccer.
Lucy Walton Rand
L.A. ; Pi Beta Phi, Historian, Censor; Tau
Beta Sigma, Pres., Treas. ; Westminster Fel-
lowship, Council ; Hatter Staff, Freshman
Class Ed. ; F.T.A. ; Band, Secy. -Treas., Soc.
Ch. ; University Brass Ensemble.
L.A. ; Pi Kappa Phi, Pledge Pres., Pledge V.
Pres. ; Dorm Council Member ; Glee Club ;
Travel Squad ; Baptist Student Union.
Henry Charles Richstine Jacksonville
L.A. ; Band ; Psi Chi.
Charles Ronald Richter Sarasota
Bus.; Football; "S" Club; Pi Kappa Alpha
George Kerry Robb Tampa
L.A. ; Sigma Nu ; Wesley Foundation.
Frederick George Roberts
L.A.; Pi Kappa Phi; Phys. Ed. Profess. Club;
Baseball; Basketball; Resident Advisor; "S"
Club ; Green Feath. Coram.
John G. Roberts
Bus. ; Accountancy Club.
Pi Beta Phi, Standards Chairman; Stetson Re-
porter Staff; Intramurals; Future Teachers of
America; Baptist Student Union; Intramurals.
Some of us stayed up to study
But most of us just stayed up.
Doris Rocker Statesboro, Ga.
I. .A.; Sec. Senior Class; La Franciad; Tri Delta Soror.
Pledge Trainer, Sponsor Chair.; ROTC Sponsor; Travel
Squad; Reporter Staff; MENC; BSU; Women's Council,
Helen Rode Ft. Lauderdale
L.A. ; Phi Mu Sorority, Secretary, Pledge Trainer, Beta
L.A. ; Ministerial Association.
L.A. ; Transfer, .Montreat College.
Thomas Rosseter St. Petersburg
L.A. ; Sigma Nu Fraternity, House Committee; Pre-Law
Joan Rousseau Bradenton
L.A. ; Phi Mu Sorority, Secretary, Chaplain; Majorette
Corps; Stover Theatre.
Joan Saltrick Dania
L.A. ; Pi Beta Phi, Treas., Exec. Council, Pledge Sec; Gam-
ma Theta Upsilon ; Phi Society; F'FA ; Kappa Delta Pi, Vice
Pres. ; University Party; Hatter; Pan-Hellenic Council,
Treas.; North Hall Council Honor Roll; Dean's List; Uni-
Richard Saltrick Uniontown, Penn.
L.A.; Football, (>() min. Award 1954-55, Back-of-Week
1055, Most Valuable Player Award 1956, Lettered 1954,
1955, 1956; Baseball, Lettered 1954-58, All-State 1957. Co-
Captain : Sigma Nu Fraternity, Exec. Council Gamma Theta
Jane Sanders DeLand
L.A. ; Phi Beta; Stover Theatre; Canterbury Club; La Fran-
ciade; Alpha Gamma Delta Social Sorority; Exchange Stu-
dent, Dijon, France.
Susan Sargent Guantanamo, Cuba
L.A. ; Alpha Chi Omega, Editor; Sigma Delta Pi, Sec,
Pre-.; Hater Staff, Junior Class Editor; La Franciade, Vice
Pres. ; Sigma Pi Kappa; International Club, Sec.-Treas.,
Pres. ; Wesley Found.; Student FEA, Treas. ; Honor Roll.
Richard Scott Daytona Beach
B.N.; Pi Kappa Alpha, Pres., Treas., Historian, Pledge
Master; Prof. Business Club; IFC; Stetson Reporter, Bus.
Manager; Student Union.
Aubrey Sharpton, Jr. DeLand
L.A. ; Sigma Nu Fraternitv, Pledge Trainer; Men's Council,
Pres.; BSU ; Men's Physical Ed. Club; All-Star Softball
Team ; Traffic Survey Comm.
Janice Peacock Sharpton DeLand
Alpha Xi Delta, Pledge Sec, Intramural Chair., Assist.
Pledge Trainer; Ritual Chair.; Calendar Girl-sponsored by
Sigma Nu; Homecoming Comm.; University Party, BSU;
Women's Professional Club; Intramurals.
Carl Shawver Tampa
L.A. ; Ministerial Assoc; Men's House Council; Psi Society,
Charter Member; German Club; Student Advisor; BSU.
B.N.; Sigma Nu Fraternity,
BSU : Intramurals.
House Manager ;
We soaked up that Florida sun
Whether on Daytona Beach or our own sun deck.
Peggy Simpson Asheville, N ,C.
I. .A.: University Nurse; Dorm Director, Brit-
tain Hall; Beta Beta Hera; II. .nor Roll; HSU;
Stetson U. Women's Club.
Shin g liter
Nancy Slater Hollywood
L.A. ; Alpha Xi Delta, Member. Sec, Pledge
Trainer, Pres. ; Homecoming Court ; Westmin-
ster Fellowship, State Clerk of WF; Women's
Council, Vice Pres. Stetson Hall : Pan-Hellen-
ic Council; (Jniversit) Party; Religious Em-
phasis Week Coram.; Intramural Participation
Award; Art Ed., Student Handbook; Dorm
Director, Holiday House.
Fred Slaughter Bristol, Tenn,
B.N.; Fresh. Basketball Team; Intramural
Basketball; IFC, Pres.; Men's Council, Vice
Pres.; Pi Kappa Alpha, Historian, Treas.,
Pres.; Prof. Bus. Club.
Joel Sloan Ft. Meade
L.A. ; Omicron Delta Kappa; Delta Sigma
Phi ; Beta Beta Beta ; Scabbard ;>nd Blade.
Pres.; Distinguished Military Student; Pres.
Junior Class; Rules and Procdure Comm.,
Chair.; Hatter Holiday, Co-Chair.; Honor
Roll; Dorm Council, Pres.; Fresh. Advisor;
Assist. Ed. of Hatter.
Louise Smart Draper. N.C.
B.N.; Zeta Tau Alpha, Pres.; Pledge Class
Pres.; The Honor Pub. Chair.; Pan-Hellenic
Council, Treas. ; Wesley Found. ; Academic
Council Scholarship; Inter-Regional Scholar-
ship; Honor Roll; FTA ; Prof. Bus. Club:
Pus. School, Sec; Lambda Chi Aloha Crescent
Girl; Zeta Tau Alpha Mardi Gras Queen;
L.A. ; Kappa Delta Pi
Zeta Tau Alpha ;
Mary Alice Smith Ft. Myers
L.A.; Alpha Xi Delta, Treas., Sec; BSU,
Sec, Soc, Vice Pres.; SGA, Sec; Women's
Council, Stetson Hall Pres. ; Women's SGA,
Pres. -Exec Council; Sec. L.A. School; Uni-
versity Partv, Vice Pres. ; Religious Focus
Week Comm.; SNEA; Who's Who.
Donald Soprano DeLand
B.N. ; Pi Kappa Alpha ; Pre-Law Association.
Barbara Stanton Jacksonville
L.A. ; BSU ; YWA ; FTA ; Hatter Staff.
J. B. Steelman, Jr. Winter Park
L.A. ; Delta Sigma Phi, Pres., Vice Pres.;
IFC; Physical Ed. Majors Club; Intramurals;
IFC Disciplinary Council.
Grace Stinecipher Sanford
L.A. ; Alpha Dexioma : Hand ; Student Ad-
cisor; FTA; BSU.
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L.A. ; Stover Theatre; Band.
L.A. ; Women's House Council; BSU; Inter-
national Club, Vice Pres., Sec, Treas.
John Swisher DeLand
L.A. ; Alpha Tau Omega Fraternity.
Mus. ; Travel Squad, Key Member; BSU,
Pub. Director; MENC; Madrigal Singers;
Fresh. Advisor ; YWA, Circle Pres.
Mus. ; Phi Mu Sororitv, Music Director;
Travel Squad and Glee Club; BSU; AGO,
Sec. and Treas.
Redden Thames Miami
L.A. ; Ministerial Association; Honor Roll.
L.A. ; Circle K; Ministerial Association; Re-
ligious Emphasis Week Comm. ; BSU; Uni-
versity Party ; Political Forum ; Glee Club ;
Commons Food Comm. ; Men's House Coun-
cil ; Young Democratic Club; Disciples of
Christ, Advisor; FCCH ; Student Advisor.
Leon Touchton Winter Haven
L.A. ; Ministerial Association.
L.A. ; Cheeleader; BSU Exec. Council; Dorm
President; Travel Squad Key Member; Ten-
nis Team; Ministerial Association.
B.N. ; Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity, Soc.
Chair. IFC; IFC Disciplinary Council; Can-
terbury Club ; Soccer.
West Palm Beach
L.A. ; Canterbury Club ; Sigma Delta Pi, Sec. ;
Kappa Delta Pi ; Alpha Xi Delta, Journal
Correspondent ; Student FEA, Vice Pres.,
Barbara Van Akin
L.A. ; Theta Alpha Phi, Sec. ; Stetson Players
Guild ; Stover Theatre ; BSU ; Honor Roll.
L.A. ; FEA.
Patricia Vogel .S7. Petersham
llus. ; .Madrigal Society; Glee Club and
Travel Squad; Amer. Guild of Organists;
Patricia Wagner Miami
L.A. ; Glee Club; Operetta; Westminster Fel-
lowship, Fellowship Chair.. Program Chair..
Treas. ; Freshman Advisor; Orientation Week
Alfred Washburn Shelby, N. C.
Ill's.; Glee Club and Travel Squad: Dean
and Sec. of Student Guild of American Guild
of Organists; Madrigal Group; BSL.
LA.; Pi Kappa Phi
Bus.; Accountancy Club.
Honor Roll: Dean's
Or I a n dn
Roger Williams Huntsville, Ala.
L.A. ; Rules and Procedure Comm. ; Sigma
Chi Fraternity; Intramurals, Manager of In-
dependents; Religious Focus Week Comm.
Chair.; Westminster Fellowship; Hatter
Howler Chair. : SGA, Soc. Vice Pres. ; Home-
coming Chair.; Beta Beta Beta; Hatter Holi-
day Dance Comm.; Crescent King: Freshman
Advisor; Orientation Week, Chair.; World
Council of Churches Work Camp, Cairo,
Egypt : Who's Who.
Charles Wolfe Jacksonville
Bis. ; Sigma Xu Fraternity ; Hatter Bus. Mgr.
Jack Woodall Bradenton
Bis.; Omicron Delta Kappa. Vice Pres.; Sig-
ma \u, Sec, Vice Pres., Pres.; Sigma Pi
Kappa, Pres.; Scabbard and Blade. Sec.;
Water Ski Club, Pres.; ROTC. Battalion
Commander, ROTC Review Ed. ; Student
Advisor; Senior Class Pres.; Wesley Founda-
tion, Vice Pres. ; Publications Board : SGA,
President's Cabinet; IFC ; Who's Who; Con-
stitution Revision Comm.; Hatter Holiday.
Charles Woodward Griffin. Ga.
Ml'S.; Canterbury Club; Organ Guild. Dean.
Historian; Glee Club.
Janet Greene Younge Miami
Pi Beta Phi Sorority; Beta Beta Beta, Sec;
Cheerleader ; Women's House Council : Dream
Girl of Pi Kappa Alpha ; FTA.
THE JUNIOR CLASS
Positions of responsibility. Graduation comes some
time after the Senior year — too far away to think
about. For now, the Juniors are making plans, a
whole year of plans. This year has been so full.
So many honoraries tapped; the Student Union
Building Opened. Next year will be even more
exciting — and busier. Everyone is waiting for next
year, the biggest year of all.
Phii. Parr President
Mi mi Shaw Vice President
Pat Bvri) Secretary
Bland Williamson Treasurer
DONALD ADAMS, L.A.
EARL F. ADAMS, L.A.
ANITA ANDERSON, L.A.
L.A., Alexandria, \ a.
RAY ANDREWS, Musi
LOUISE BATTS, L.A.
CECIL BELLWOOD, L.A.
Bus., Ocala, Fla.
MARTIN BOOS, Bus.
BILL BOTTOM, L.A.
JIM BOWEN, L.A.
LES BOWER, L.A.
BILL BRADY, Bus.
PETE BRAINARD, Bus.
GERI BREEN, L.A.
BEVERLY BRETT, L.A.
BILL BUTLER. Bus.
PATRICIA BYRD, L.A.
MARY CARLTON, L.A.
CAROL CARNETT. L.A.
Winter Haven, Fla.
WARREN CARR. Bus.
Avalon Park, .V. J.
JACK CARSON. L.A.
DAVID CARTER. L.A.
HOWARD CARTER. L.A.
L.A.. Miami, Fla.
HAL CAUTHEN. L.A.
L.A.. Delray, Fla.
L.A.. East Palatka. Fla.
MEL CHRISTMAS. L.A.
South Miami, Fla.
CONNIE CLARK. L.A.
A tlanta, Ga.
Music. Washington, D. C.L
WALTER COOLEY. L.A.
L.A.. DeLand, Fla.
ROBERT CROWLEY. L.A.
DONALD CROYLE. Bus.
DANIEL CRUM, Bus.
PEGGY CLRRY. L.A.
ARLENE DANIELS. Bus.
ARTHUR DASHER. Bus.
DOTTIE DAVIDSON. Ku
ANN DAVIS. Music
Marion, S. C.
ERNEST DAVIS. L.A.
BILL DECKNER, L.A.
RAMON DELGADO, L.A.
GORDON DEVORES. L.A.
Fairmont, ll\ Va.
Music. Atlanta, Ga.
CONNIE JO DOOLEV,
L.A., Cocoa, Fla.
BETTY JO DREES, L.A.
JIM DREGGORS, Bus.
BUFFY EZELL, L.A.
L.A.. Cleveland, Ohio
BILL FLANDERS, L.A.
West Palm Beach
FRITZ FOUNTAIN, L.A.
Lake City, Fla.
NOLA FRINK. Music
BETTY FURCHES. Music
PATTI GAYNOR. L.A.
JOAN GEITGEY, L.A.
New Smyrna Beach
MELVIN GENTRY, L.A.
CHUCK GERTNER. L.A.
JERRY GIRVIN. Bus.
DON GILCHRIST. L.A.
DIANA GILL, Music
Ft. Walton Beach
CHUCK GLORE, L.A.
MARY LOU GODWIN.
L.A., Kissimmee, Fla.
BETTY GREGG, L.A.
DAVID GRENIR. L.A.
JIM GUNDERSON. L.A.
L.A,, Sarasota, Fla.
L.A., Bradenton, Fla.
DON HARBIN, L.A.
PETE HARGIS. Music
JANE HARRIS. L.A.
PATRICIA HAYNIE, L.A.
MARGARET HAYS. L.A.
-1 rcadia, Fla.
JAMES HERN. Bus.
JUNE HIGHSMITH, L.A.
BOB HILLER. L.A.
CAROLE HOLLAND. L.A.
Kannapolis, N. C.
CHARLES HORTON, L.A.
DAVID HOUCHENS, LA.
Louisville. A v.
PAT HOWARD. L.A.
JUDY HUMPHREY, Music
G. F. HYDE. Bus.
NORM BYNE, Bus.
DON IYERSON. Bus.
BILL JACKSON. L.A.
JERRY JOHNSTON. Bus.
Coning. N. Y.
PATTY JOHNSON. Bus.
Mount Dora, Fla.
ROBERT JOHNSON". L.A.
WILMA JONES. Bus.
LOYS JORDAN. Music
Greenville, S. C.
MARY JOYNER. L.A.
Lake City, Fla.
JODY KELLY. L.A.
ANN KENNEDY. L.A.
DONNA KINSER. Musi,
MARY JOKINTER. Music
II inter Haven
KAREN KLAGES. Bus.
LL ANNA KRAUSE. L.A.
Music. I'irginia Beach
CAROL LANGE, L.A.
L.A., Evansville, hid.
L.A., Oakland Park, Fla.
JANICE LANIER, L.A.
L.A., Jacksonville, Fla.
DENNIS LEE, Music
Daytona Beach, Fla.
GWEN LEE, L.A.
RAY LEWIS, Bus.
ROBERT LIPSEY, L.A.
CLARA NELL LONG,
L.A., Ocala, Fla.
EARL LOVEJOY, L.A.
BILL McATEEN, L.A.
JOHN McEWEN, JR., Bus.
Del, and, Fla.
L.A., A von Park, Fla.
BETTY McKINLEY, Bus.
Jamesbtirg, N. J.
Bus., Jacksonville, Fla.
HELEN McMULLAN, L.A.
WILL MANLEY, L.A.
Ft. Meade, Fla.
GRETCHEN MARZ, L.A.
DAN MATTOX, L.A.
Fort Pierce, Fla.
Music. Mars Hill, N. C.
GARY MEADOWS. L.A.
SIDNEY MELTON, Music
CAROLYN MILLER. LA.
Miami, I' la.
RALPH MILLER. L.A.
PATSY MILNER, Bus.
MARY ANN MOORE, Bus
JERRIE MORETZ, L.A.
GAIL MORRIS, L.A.
Coral Gables, Fla.
JAMES MORRIS, Bus.
WALTER MOSELY, Bus.
Belle Glade, Fla.
GEORGE NEUKOM. Bus.
NANCY NORSE, L.A.
JOHN HOLHAM. Bus.
JOAN ORENDAIN, L.A.
JON OSBORNE, L.A.
JOANN OWENS, L.A.
HYO SUP PARK, L.A.
SONNY PARKER, L.A.
PHILIP PARR. L.A.
PAT PAINTER, Music
Belle Glade, Fla.
ROY PAULSON, L.A.
CAROL PECK. L.A.
Kenil worth. III.
JIM PERSONS. L.A.
AL PHILLIPS, L.A.
TRAMS PLUMMER, L.A.
ANITA POWELL. L.A.
L.A.. Clintwood, J a.
ROBERT RICH. Music
SAMMIE RICHARDS, L.A.
EARL ROGERS. L.A.
ARLIN ROWELL, L.A.
NOEL RUPPERT. L.A.
Music. Pensacola, Fla.
L.A., Pompuno Beach, Fla.
BILL SCHULER, L.A.
WILLIAM SCOTT, L.A.
JACK SELPH, Bus.
Palatka, h la.
JANE SHADRON, L.A.
BETTY SHARPE, L.A.
A tlanta, Ga.
JANET SHAW, Bus.
JERRY SHAW, L.A.
MILLICENT SHAW, L.A.
L.A., f'ero Beach
PENNY SHEPHERD, L.A.
Hendersonville, N. C.
HUGH SHIVER, Bus.
PEGGY SMITH, L.A.
RADFORD SMITH, L.A.
ANN SMOTHERS, L.A.
ANN STEPHENS, L.A.
San ford, Fla.
L.A., Daytona Beach
Bus., Miami, Fla.
RICHARD STURM, Bus.
BOB SULLINS, L.A.
Veto Beach, Fla.
KENT TAYLOR, Music
West Palm Beach
L.A., Jacksonville, Fla.
PAUL THOMAS, L.A.
BOB THOMPSON, L. A.
L.A., New York, N. Y.
J. L. TYRA, Bus Orlando, Fla.
JULEE URQUHART, L.A., Birmingham, Ala.
REED VANDERCOOK, Bus. . . Wimetka, III.
GEORGE VAN HORN, Bus. . . . Jacksonville
WILLIAM VIEHMAN, Music . Orlando, Fla.
ROBERT VOSTRY, L.A Berwyn, 111.
JAMES WADE, L.A Mobile, Ala.
JULIA WALKER, Bus Sarasota, Fla.
ROBERT WALKER, L.A Mobile, Ala.
GRACE WATERSON, Music . . Denedin, Fla.
BILL WATSON, Bus Jacksonville
JAMES WEAVER. L.A Williston, Fla.
CARL WEBB, L.A Stuart, Fla.
CARROLL WEBBE, L.A. . . . Daytona Beach'
CAROLYN WEISS, Music .... Miami. Fla.
GENE WELLS. L.A Ludou-ici, Ga.
WILLIAM WHITE. L.A Jacksonville
SARA WILKERSON. L.A. . Greenwood, S. C.
JANELLE WILLCOX. L.A. . . . Jacksonville
BLAND WILLIAMSON. Bus Atlanta
MARY WILLIAMS. L.A. . . . Ft. Lauderdale
YEE WILSON. Bus St. Augustine
DONALD WOOD. Music Spartanburg
MARILYN L. WOOD. Bus Kissimmee
SANDRA WORNAL. L.A. . Princeton. W. Va.
MARILYN YATES. L.A Jacksonville
ABE YEARGIN. L.A Spartanburg. S. C.
THE SOPHOMORE CLASS
It was a real thrill to be back Orientation Week —
this time as Student Advisors, Ratters, and frater-
nity and sorority members. Glasses began again
. . . who could ever forget the hours we spent in
Humanities listening labs, absorbing culture and
sophistication. We were sure that we had learned
how to study, but we became so swamped with ac-
tivities that we sometimes forgot.
For the first time we became council members,
organization offiicers, and S.G.A. committee chair-
men. Approaching the end of the year, our awe of
upperclassmen began to fade, as we discovered
our own ability to assume the places of leadership
they were leaving behind. Now we look forward
to next year, when the freshmen will look to us
as the "campus wheels."
Reynolds Ai.i.en President
Ann Severance Vice President
Ann Anderson Secretary
Meredith DkWitt Treasurer
L.A.; Coral (tables
MARY ANN AIKEN
1..A.: Atlanta, Go.
L.A.; West Palm Reach
LA.; Forest City
L.A. : Jacksonville
L.A.: tl'auchula, Fla.
L.A.; Miami, Fla.
L.A. ; Hollywood. Fla.
L.A. ; Tampa, Fla.
MARY LEE BALDWIN
L.A.: West Palm
L.A.; Coral Gables
Bus.: Forest City
L.A. ; Orlando
MARTHA NELL BARNES
L.A.: Lakeland, Fla.
L.A. ; Bozcdon, Ga.
L.A.; DeLand, Fla.
L.A.; Miami, Fla.
Mus.; Athens, Ga.
Bus.; Miami, Fla.
Bus.; Winter Park
L.A.: Coral Gables
ADA LEE BREMER
L.A. ; Jacksonville
L.A. ; Bunnell
Mus.: East Point. Ga.
Bus. : St. A ttgustine
L.A. ; Tampa, Fla.
L.A. ; Locust Grove
L.A. ; Coral Gables
L.A. : Ocala. Fla.
MARY SARA CARTER
L.A.: De Land, Fla.
L.A.: Gainesville, Fla.
Mus.; Atlanta, Ga.
L.A.; Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.
L.A.: Mt. Dora. Fla.
L.A.: Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.
Bus.; Hollywood, Fla.
L.A. ; Orlando, Fla.
Mus.: DeLand, Fla.
L.A.; Youngstown. Ohio
L.A.; Nashville, Tenn.
L.A.; Sarasota, Fla.
MANY A CREEL
Mus.; Charlotte. tX. C.
Bus.; Miami, Fla.
L.A. ; I ) rutin. Fla.
L.A.; Jacksonville, Fla.
Bus.; Port St. Joe, Fla.
Bus.; Beverly, Mass.
L.A. ; Madison, Fla.
L.A. ; Defuniak Springs, Fla.
L.A.; Pompano Bch., Fla.
L.A. ; Orlando, Fla.
L.A.; Palm Harbor, Fla.
L.A.; DeLand, Fla.
L.A.; Ft. Lauderdale. Fla.
L.A.; Winter Park, Flu.
Bus.; Washington, N. C.
Mus.: Daytona Bch., Fla.
Bus.; Hollywood, Fla.
Bus.; Montreal, Can.
MARY TOM DONNELL
Mus.; Lebanon, Venn.
L.A.; Tampa, Fla.
L.A.; Vera Bck., Ha.
L.A.; Daytona Bel,.. Fla.
L.A.; Pompauo Belt., Fla.
Bus.; Orlando, Fla.
L.A.; Winter Park, Fla.
L.A. ; Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.
L.A. ; Daytona, Fla.
Bus.; Lake Worth, Fla.
Bus.; W.Palm Belt., Fla.
L.A. ; Greensboro, N. C.
Bus.; St. Augustine
L.A.; New Smyrna Bell., Fla.
Bus.; Atlanta, Ga.
Bus.; Miami, Fla.
L.A.; Miami. Fla.
L.A.; Atlanta. Ga.
Mus.; Atlanta, (in.
L.A.; Douglas, Ga.
Bus.; Jacksonville, Fla.
L.A. ; Winter Haven, Fla.
Bus.; W. Palm Beh., Fla.
L.A. ; Enstis. Fla.
L.A.; Arlington, Va.
JOHN H. HEAD
Mus.; Atlanta. Ga.
L.A.; Rockford, III.
L.A.; Tampa, Fla.
Mus.; T. Myers, Fla.
L.A.; Kissimmee, Fla.
L.A.; DeLand, Fla.
L.A. ; Daytona Belt.. Fla.
L.A. ; Turn pa. Fla.
Bus.; Belle Glade. Fla.
L.A.; Jacksonville, Fla.
Mus. ; Prestonburg, Ky.
Bus.; Highland Pk., III.
L.A. ; Perry, Fla.
JO ANNE HOPPER
L.A. ; Cedartown, Ga.
L.A. ; Jacksonville, Flu.
Bus.; Delray Bck., Fla.
Bus.; Kingston, Jamaica
L.A.; DeLand, Fla.
L.A.; Bradenton, Fla.
L.A.; Macon, Ga.
Mus.; Marietta, Ga.
L.A. ; Ft. Lauderdale. Fla.
L.A.; DeLand, Fla.
L.A.; Eaton, Ohio
L.A.; Oweusboro, Ky.
Mus.; Miami, Fla.
Mus.; Largo, Fla.
L.A.; Ormond Bch., Fla.
L.A.; Miami, Fla.
L.A.; Morris Hill, III.
Bus.; Florence, Ala.
L.A. ; Ontario. Canada
L.A.; Orlando, Flu.
L.A.; Hollywood, Fla.
L.A.; Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.
Bus.; Atlanta. (,a.
L.A.; Oakland Pk., Fla.
SYDNEY ANNE LANE
L.A. ; Lakeland. Fla.
L.A.; Spartanburg, S. C.
CAROL ANNE LEVY
L.A.; Greensboro, N. C.
Bus.; Orlando, Fla.
L.A.; Edgerton, Ills.
L.A.; IV. Palm Rch., Flu.
L.A. ; Sarasota, Fla.
Mus. ; Winter Garden, Fla.
L.A.; Tampa, Fla.
Mus.; Savannah, Ga.
Bus.; Orlando, Fla.
Bus.; Winter Park, Fla.
L.A. ; Coral Gables, Fla.
Bus.; Vilas, N. C.
MARY LOU MINTON
L.A.; W. Palm Belt., Fla.
Bus.; Phoenix City, Ala.
L.A.; Miami Springs, Fla.
L.A.; High Point, N. C.
Mus.; W aycross, Ga.
C. NASWORTHY A. NELSON L. O'NEAL N. ORGERA S. OUTEN G. OWEN B. PAGE
Bus.; Sarasota, Fla. L.A. ; Oak H ., W. Va. Bus.; Inver., Flu. Bus.; Long Islund, N. Y. L.A. ; Puge, S. C. L.A.; Lukeland, Flu. L.A.; Jacksonville. Fl\\
P.PARK I. PARKER
L.A.; DeLund, Flu. Bus.; Salem, Flu.
R. PARKER N. PEACH
Bus.; Miami, Flu. Bus.; Miami, Flu.
D. PERAL A. PERRY B. PERRY
L.A.; Orlando, Fla. L.A.; Churlotte, TV. C. L.A.; Jux. Bch., Flu. ||
A. PIERCE B. PITTMAN F. POLIMAN H. J. PONCE C. PRICE
L.A.; Ovedio, Flu. L.A.; Piersou, Fla. L.A.; Sunjord, Flu. L.A.; Miami, Flu. Bus.; Mad., W . Va.
GWEN RAWLS D. RAY H. REDDING B. RHINEHART L. RICHARDSON
Bus. ; Miami, Fla. LA.; Ch. Hill, N. C. L.A. ; Sanford, Flu. L.A.; Duytonu Bch., Flu. Bus.; Auroru, Ohio
P. ROSAM B. RUEBEL T. RUNKLE W. RUNYON C. SAFFORD
Bus.; Key West, Fla. L. A.; St. Petersburg Bus.; Chatahoo L. A.; Musk., Mich. Mus. ; Lk. Hum.
A. PYLE G. RAWLS
L.A.; Orlando, Flu. L.A.; Apopku, Fla.
L.A.; Miami, Flu.
L.A.; Orlando, Flui
B. SCHNEIDER S. SCOTT
L.A.; Under, N. Y. L.A.; Orlando, Flat
L.A. ; Sebring
Mus.; Brev.,N. C
J. SELLERS A. SEVERANCE
L.A.; Pensucolu, Fla. L.A.; Stanfield, Ky.
Bus. ; Hazel, N. C.
Bus.; Dade City
Bus.; Ft. Lauderdale
Bus.; Lake City
L.A.; Coral Cables
L.A.; W.Palm Bch.
L.A.; Croton.N. Y.
Bus.; Alex., Va.
Bus.; Atlanta, Ga.
Bus.; Atlanta, Ga.
L.A.; Boca Baton
R. TIPPINS D. TITUS
Mus.; Daytona Beach Bus.; DeLand
Bus. ; A lex., Va.
L.A. ; Roanoke, Ala.
Mus.; Brunswick, Ga.
L.A.; Coral Gables
L.A. ; Dade City
Bus.; Panama City
Bus. ; Jacksonville
M. LE LOUS
L.A.; Dijon, France
THE FRESHMAN CLASS
From Rat Week to Rush, we ran the gamut from
serfts to kings. We loved the Student Union Build-
ing, hut it seemed to us that it had always been
here. Soccer and Basketball, fraternity serenades,
Stover Theatre productions . . . we began to think
we knew all about college life.
Then grades hit us . . . what a shock, after all that
fun ! At Homecoming we learned more of Stet-
son's traditions . . . campus politics excited us in
the annual Hostess-Mayor campaign. Exhausted,
we sighed a moment, then plunged into the social
whirl of fraternity week-ends and Hatter Holiday
in the spring. As the seniors marched down the
graduation aisle, we said goodbye to them and to
a wonderful year . . . our first year at college.
Todd Clay President
CAROLYN McCuixers .... Vice President
HONEY TURLEY Secretary
Bui. Sims Treasurer
M. ADAMS. LA.
J. ATKINS. L.A.
D. AIESI. L.A.
M. AUSTIN. L.A.
J. ALBERT. L.V
R. AUSTIN. I A
Kannapolis, S. C.
B. ALIEN. L.A.
S. BACON, L.A.
K MIEN. L.A.
R. BALL. L.A.
C. ANDERSON, L.A.
R. BAREFOOT B.N.
P. \RNOLD. L.A.
Macon. I, a.
J. BARKER. L.A.
II aycross, Ga.
A. BARLEY. L.A.
J. BARNES. L.A.
M. BARNES. L.A.
D. BARNETT. M.
B. BARRON. L.A.
M. BARTEAUX. L.A.
R. BASS. B.N.
Hieh Point. It. C.
R. BAUGHMAN, L.A.
M BAUMRIND, B.N.
S. BEAZLEY. L.A.
M. BELL, B.N.
L. BENN, L.A.
S. BETHEA. L.A.
S. BEVERIDGE, L.A
S. BLAKE, L.A.
M. BOLDIN. B.N.
B. BOOTH, L.A.
G. BORDERS. L.A.
S. BOREN. L.A.
J. BOYAR, L.A.
E. BRACKIN, L.A.
Poughkeepsie, N. Y.
M. BRIDGES. M.
G. BRISTOW, L.A.
J. BROWN. LA.
N. BROWN, L.A.
E. BRUCE, M.
S. BRYANT, L.A.
H. BURGER. B.N.
Spindale, V. C.
W. BURGESS, L.A.
M. CAMPBELL, L.A.
D. BURNETT, B.N.
S. Had. F.. Mass.
C. CARLSON, L.A.
R. BURNETT, L.A.
B. CARPENTER, B.N.
H'oonsocket, R. I.
M. BURTY, L.A.
Greenville, S. C.
R. CARTER, L.A.
T. BUSH, L.A.
G. CASON. B.N.
A. CAGLE, L.A.
B. CASTIE, L.A.
E. CAMP, B.N.
Say. Riv., OT
T. CATLIN, L.A.
P. CHEEK. L.A.
Chapel Hill, N. C.
J. CHRISTMAS, M.
C. CLARK, M.
Yaldese, N. C.
E. CLAY, L.A.
G. COFFMAN, L.A.
M. COLE, L.A.
E. CONE, B.N.
J. COOPER, L.A.
C. CORLETT. L.A.
M. CORNELIUS, B.N.
J. COX, L.A.
C. CRAVEN, L.A.
C. CREWS, L.A.
S. CROFT, L.A.
T. CROSSLEY, B.N.
S. CUSTER, L.A.
Z. DAVIDSON. L.A.
C. DAVIS, L.A.
T. DAVIS, L.A.
S. DELETTRE, L.A.
J. DENNIS, L.N.
L. DODGE, B.N.
Millbum, N. J.
\V. DOLBIER, L.A.
J. DONNELLY, L.A.
I). DRAPER, L.A.
D. DRUMMOND, L.A.
B. DUNLAP, L.A.
B. EDD1NGER, L.A.
P. ELLIS. B.N.
Coll. Gr.. Or,
L. EDEN'FIKI I). L.A.
E. ELMORE. L.A.
J. EISELE. L.A.
Eden. N. Y.
D. EPPERT. L.A.
R. ELLINOR, B.N.
P. ERICSSON. L.A.
E. ELLIOTT. L.A.
D. EUBANKS, B.N.
J. ELLIS. B.N.
M. EZELL. LA.
JOHN ELLIS. B.N.
I or., "nt.. Cam.
S. EZELL, L.A.
H. FARMER. L.A.
\V. FARR. B.N.
J. FERRELL. L.A.
D. FIBRICK. L.A.
Lexington. S. C.
C. FINLEV. L.A.
L. FLEMING, L.A.
C. FLOOD, L.A.
S. FOSTER. B.N.
Roebuck, S. C.
B. FOX. L.A.
M. FRANKLIN. L.A.
R. FRANKLIN. B.N.
B. FRANKS, L.A.
A. FREDERICH. LA
M. FREEMAN, L.A.
E. FRIX. L.A.
B. GAINER. B.N.
S. GARCIA. L.A.
W. GEORGE. B.N.
E. GILL, B.N.
G. GIL. B.N.
N. GILLESPIE. L.A.
A. GILLETT. L.A.
S CASS. L.A.
B. G1RARD. L.A.
»'i> ls /on-5<i/fm, .V. C.
R. GLENDON. M
Bridgeton. S. J.
N. GOLDMAN. B.N.
M. GOOD, N.N.
Rock Hill. N. (.'.
C. HAHN, M.
M. GOODING. LA.
M. HALL, L.A.
3. GREGG, L.A.
\V. HALL, L.A.
J. GRENTNER, L.A.
G. HAMERICK. M.
C. GRIFFEN, L.A.
J. HAMMOND, B.N.
C. GROOVER, B.N.
J. HAMRICK. L.A.
W. HAGAN, L.A.
F. HANCOCK, L.
C. HANDTE. L.A.
A. HARDT. L.A.
R. HARMAN, L.A.
.V. Smyrna Beach
S. HARNED. L.A.
Charleston. S. C.
M. HELMS, L.A.
B. HENDERSON, L.A
J. HENEY, L.A.
W. HILLER, L.A.
M. HINTZ, L.A.
N. HOAGLAND, L.A.
R. HOGARTH, B.N.
J. HOHMAN B.N.
B. HOLMES, B.N.
J. HOLZMAN. L.A.
L. HONG, L.A.
H. HUBBARD, L.A.
J. HUBERT, B.N.
B. HUGHES, L.A.
E. HUNT, L.A.
B. HUNTER. L.A.
S. HUNTER, L.A.
H. HUSKA, L.A.
B. IMES, B.N.
W. IVEY, L.A.
H. JACKSON, L.A.
J. JACKSON, L.A.
L. JACKSON. L.A.
J. JACOBS, I A
W. Palm Beach
W JOHNSTON, L.A.
JUNE JACOBS. LA.
H . /•„;,„ Beach
B. JONES. L.A.
iV. Smyrna Beach
W. J ARM AN. B.N.
M. JONES, B.N.
A . Smyrna Beach
R. JENKINS B.N.
Scarsdale. .V. V.
J. .Ilk \S. B.N.
P. JENNINGS. B.N.
J. KEARNEY. B.N.
B. JERNIGAN, I .A.
J. KENNEDY. L.A.
U. JOHNSON, I \
N. KENT. L.A.
C. KEITH. M.
M. KIRK. B.N.
M. KOCHEL. L.A.
P. KORB. L.A.
B. KRAUS. L.A.
G. KRUEGER. L.A.
D. KUNZE. L.A.
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J. LAMON'T. L.A.
M. LAWSON, M.
B. LEE. L.A.
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J. LEIBY, B.N.
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M. LEVAK, LA.
C. LEXON, B.N,
S. LITTLE. L.A.
S. LUKVOLD, B.V
L. LUTHER. L.A.
J. McBRIDE. M.
Bayside, N. Y.
M. McCLL'RE. L.A.
T. McCLL'RE, L.A.
J. McCOLLL M
\V. McCONNELL. B.N.
P. McCRORY. L.A
M. Mt-WHORTER. L.A. R. MacKENDREE, L.A. D. MAHAN, B.N.
Bremen, Ga. Miami Clearwater
T. MALCOLM, L.A.
E. MALLARD, L.A.
J. MANOR, L.A.
F. MARSH, B.N.
R. MARSHALL, L.A.
B. MELMS, B.N.
S. MOORE, L.A.
D. NUTT, L.A.
J. MARTIN, L.A.
P. MYERS. L.A.
K. MORGAN, B.N.
D. O'CONNELL, B.N.
P. MORGAN, L.A.
B. O'DELL, L.A.
J. MITCHELL, L.A.
Highland Park. N. J.
G. MOSELEY, L.A.
P. O'NEAL, B.N.
L. MATTHEWS, L.A.
M. MOHN, L.A.
W. Palm Beach
G. MUELLER, L.A.
B. OGLETREE. B.N.
Beauford. S. C.
H. MONROE, L.A.
E. NEWTON, L.A.
T. OGLETREE. B.N.
Beauford, S. C.
R. MEADOWS, L.A.
N. MOORE, L.A.
J. NOWELL. B.N.
P. OSTERMAN, L.A.
D. OWENS, L.A.
K. PAGE, L.A.
K. PALMER, L.A.
New York, ;V. 5'.
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Elloree. S. C.
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K. SECKINGER, L.A.
N. SHULER, L.A.
J. READ, L.A.
J. ROSS, L.A.
J. SEE, B.N.
Woodmere, N. Y.
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B. RUTH, L.A.
Salisbury, N. C.
C. SHAW, L.A.
C. SMITH, L.A.
D. REHENYER, L.A.
Washington. I). C.
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H. RIDENOUR, L.A.
R. SANDERS, B.N.
Long lsl„ N. Y.
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T. SMITH, L.A.
C. RIDINGER, B.N.
Charles, W. Va.
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W. Palm Beach
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J. WATSON, B.N.
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W. Palm Beach
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SHINE PLEASE! FRESHMAN rat
William F. Page, of Bradenton applies
the elbow grease to the shoes of upper-
classman Hal Gauthen, of Alachua, Fla.
This is typical of the many scenes en-
acted by freshmen this week at Stetson.
PLEASE! PLEASE! During "RAT
WEEK" rats are expected to accommo-
date all upper classmen at all times. This
photo was taken in the New Student
Commons during the dinner hour. En-
joying the production are severed hun-
dred students, including the "RATS."
IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES
MARY ALICE SMITH
MARY ALICE SMITH
"There is always room for
A myraid lovely blossoms
But what e'er hath been,
There still must be room
for another rose."
And so it is this year.
Stetson's residence halls have housed many a beautiful girl since they
were first built, and every coming year more girls will arrive, each one love-
ly in her own way. Because of the almost intangible nature of beauty, it is
a difficult task to choose girls who are representative of this quality; but we
feel that on the following pages are pictured girls whose shining hair, bright
eyes, and pleasant expression will suit the tastes of all.
MILITARY BALL QUEEN
PI KAPPA ALPHA
CITRUS QUEEN CONTEST
.AMBDA CHI ALPHA
ALPHA CHI OMEGA
ALPHA XI DELTA
DELTA SIGMA PHI
DELTA DELTA DELTA
PHI M U
ZETA TAU ALPHA
PI BETA PHI
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IGMA PtiJ EP51L0N
Stetson students have organized themselves into all the varied groups
customarily found on a small, friendly campus. There are eight religious or-
ganizations, more than two dozen professional or departmental groups such
as Future Teachers or Scabbard and Blade, the band, the orchestra, the
glee clubs, the opera workshop, and six social fraternities and six sororities.
In addition to athletics, there are dramatic and literary activities cen-
tering around the Stover Theatre with its wide variety of interest. Student
publications include THE HATTER (yearbook), THE REPORTER (cam-
pus newspaper, the oldest in the state), and the literary magazine. There is
a continuing sequence of concerts and recitals, lectures, forums, discussion
groups, vesper services, special religious events, and social affairs. Many
of these activities are centered in the new Stetson Union which has its own
additional recreational facilities.
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Theta Alpha Phi banquet honoring Dr. Stover's 50th year at Stetson.
Ceremony of Dedication for the new Student Union Building.
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Alpha Chi Omega's winning skit for Hatter Howler.
sings one of
her hit songs
The Delta Sigma Phi first place lawn decoration with the theme of "Diamond Jubilee."
Dr. Stover talks with Sue Perdue and Noel Rupert, leads in this years production of "Taming of
Mady Le Lous trys out new foreign language listening laboratory.
Participates in Washington at Ameri-
can University in Washington, D. C,
are Jim Geiger and Phil Arms.
B.S.U. Haloween Party
Dick Milhan — M. C. for Freshman Talent
Mary Inez McCollough soloist at Freshman
Pi Kappa Phi Freshman Beauty Court
Winner of the Pi Kappa Phi Freshman Beauty Contest
Beardless boys learn you have to pay if you shave.
GREEN FEATHER DRIVE
Alice Cole helps SGA reach tor goal
The Four Freshmen
VARIED PROGRAMS SPONSORED BY S. G. A.
Lottie Gosler Pantomine Circus, sponsored by Women's
Physical Education Department.
DR. IRVING G. STOVER
Dr. Irving C. Stover, now in his fiftieth consecutive year as a member of the
faculty, has literally "grown up" with Stetson University. His record of
service to the university, the community, the state of Florida and to the
nation far overshadows even the unusual record of length of service he has
established. Just as Dr. Stover pioneered in the founding of the speech and
drama department, he was also a founder of Theta Alpha Phi, national
dramatic honorary fraternity, of which he later served as national president.
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1923 "The Tempest" presented in the Forest of Arden
1958 "Gaine Mutiny Court Martial"
1925 J. Ollie Edmunds in "Othello'
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THE TAMING OF THE SHREW"
"THE CAINE MUTINY COURT MARTIAL"
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PLAYBOY OF THE WESTERN WORLD"
"THE TROJAN WOMEN"
Lovelier to look at — we hope
Creating opportunities for students to use their talents and acquire prac-
tical experience in their vocations; the organizations on campus benefit both
University and student.
Organizations for every purpose and every person are present on
campus. The focus varies from scholarship to fun, from education to enter-
tainment; and for that reason, students frequently find themselves in several
groups at once.
Honoraries have been formed to acknowledge those who are worthy,
those who rise above the crowd for several reasons. Heading the list is
Omicron Delta Kappa for men and the Honor of women, as their members
are chosen for leadership and service as well as scholarship.
Exceptional work and ability in fields such as chemistry, history, drama,
are recognized through honoraries in individual departments and subjects.
Religious groups on campus are representative of most major denominations
and their work is coordinated through the Student Christian Association, an
inter-denominational body in charge of college wide programs such as ves-
pers, and Religious Emphasis Week.
Professional information and skills are presented to those interested in
obtaining them through the various professional clubs such as the Florida
Student Educational Association and Physical Education Professional Club.
There are also performing groups on our campus such as the Stetson
Glee Club, Stetson Orchestra and Stetson Band. Each contributes much to
the enjoyable life of the campus. The opposite page features a pose of the
Stetson Majorettes: Harriett Redding, Diane Ferguson, and Barbara Jerigen
and head majorette Ray Jean Cassiola.
This has been a year of progress for the Student Govern-
ment Association. Seeking to become the true voice of the stu-
dent body, and to act in the best interests of the students and
of Stetson University, the SGA revised its constitution this
year so as to include adequate representation from all phases
of campus life on the President's Cabinet. This cabinet can
now more adequately serve as a coordinating body for various
student organizations as well as an effective group for cooper-
ating with University authorities for the common good of
The SGA has served as the core for school sponsored
activities. It is responsible for assisting in the activities of
Freshman Orientation week, the conducting of the Green
Feather drive, the supervising of campus elections, the plan-
ning of Homecoming and Hatter Holiday as well as the
promoting of an adequate student social program.
The Stetson social calendar was enlarged this year to
feature concerts by such nationally known personalities as
"The Four Freshmen" and "Joni James." This was the first
visit to our campus for such personalities.
A step was taken this year in the direction of true student
self government. This was possible only through the coopera-
tion of the entire student body.
Thanks for a successful year.
Jim Hodge, Pres.
Row One: Arthur Holmes. Jr.; Jackie Hogue. Jim Hodge. Gail Mel Gregory, Phil Parr. Todd Clay. A'of Pictured: Jack Woodall.
Pittman, Wayne Graham. Row Two: Kirby Rogers. Reynolds Allen. Bob Carnes.
RULES AND PROCEDURES COMMITTEE — Row One: Julee
Urquhart, Betty Jo Mason, Cherry Dell. Row Two: Norn Heyne,
George McLarry, Fred Slaughter, Jim Parkhurst.
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE — Seated: Art Holmes, Jim Hodge.
Standing: Jackie Hogue, Wayne Graham, Gail Pittman.
STUDENT UNION BOARD— Row One: Miss Autrey, Man Alice Smith, Merrill Maguire. Betty Sharpe, Jody Kelly, Kay Pafford, Dean
Turner. Row Two: Harry Conner, Jim Bowen, Dave Marcell, Jerry Johnston, Norm Heyne. Dean Olofoson.
First Row: Jo Coburn. Carol Abanathy, Dean Etter Turner, Merrill Pittman, Pat Byrd. Carolyn Miller, Jud\ Hill, Mimi Shaw, Louise
Maguire. Jackie Hogue. Pat Boss, Jo Boswell. Second Row: Gail Smart. Jody Florence.
OMICRON DELTA KAPPA
first Row: Jer- Johnston. Joel Sloan. Dean Howard Hopkins. Jim Bill Crayton, Dave Marcell, Phil Parr, Dean James Stewart.
Hodge. Bob Ca les. Second Row: Harry Conner. Jack W'oodall.
The Women's Council is com-
posed of all resident women of
the University. The purpose of
the council is to handle discip-
linary action, act as an ad-
visory group, and work for
self-government. To assist the
Women's Council in their
work, each women's dorm has
a house council. These house
councils handle dormitory
Row One: Jackie Hogue, Mary Alice Smith. Ruth Hudson, Sammie Richards. Row Two: Mary Leslie
Addison, Anne Severance, JoAnne Anderson, Pat Byrd, Gail Pittman.
Row One: Walt Mosley, Jim Sharpton, Carlos Nasworthy. Row Two: Mel Gregory, Fred Slaughter,
Phil Newcomh, Jim Hodge, Ted Watson.
The purpose of the Men's
Council is to act as a mediator
between the administration of
men's affairs, functioning as a
disciplinary board and advis-
ory group. Members of this
council are elected by the male
students. Each year two fresh-
men, one sophomore, and one
junior are elected to the
The Men's House Council is com-
posed of representatives from each of
the major dorms and serves as a dis-
ciplinary board and an advisory group.
Minor offences of house regulation
are brought before this group.
Row One: Pay Figley, Earnest Wilson, Ed Tinnerman, Frank Kennedy, Dan Crum. Row
Two: Jerry Albert, Ed Brackin, Joel Sloan, Dwane Dodington, Larry Tucker, Jim Gun-
Rom One: Judy Hill. Betty Jo Mason, Ruth Hudson, Anne Davis. Row Two: Carole He
land. Meredith Dewitt. Kettv McKinlev. Rozc Three: Betty Nowlin, Joan Barr.
The North Hall House Council func-
tions as the governing and advisory
body of the newest of the women's resi-
dents halls. This dormitory is mostly
composed of junior and senior women.
Ruth Hudson President
Jo Coburn Vice Pres.
Judy Hill Secretary
Betty Nowlin Social Chmn.
Betty McKinlry. . .Serjeant-at-Arms
Chaudoin Hall is the oldest resi-
dent hall for women on Stetson's
campus. It houses the majority of
the freshman each year, however,
there are a few upper classmen
allowed to remain here each year.
JoAnne Anderson . . . President
Merrill Magi ire. . . . Vice Pres.
Mimi Shaw Secretary
Betty Sharpe Social Chmn.
Row One: Priscilla Hanscom. Carolyn Miller. Syney Lane. Nancie Kent. Mimi Shaw. Row Two:
Mollie Sandiford. Ernestine Su. Joanne Anderson. Sara Wilkerson. Gail Compton. Pat McBride. Row
Three: Betty Furches. Mary Tom Donnell. Betty Sharpe. Betty Gregg. Julia Britt Steanson. Merrill
Row One: Mary Joyner, Mary Leslie Addison. Nancy Norse. Cherry Dell. Row Two: Diane
Fergerson. Joan Hodges. Nanette Peach. Donna Jones. Jackie Dossett. Row Three: Man
Lee Houston. Eleanor I.ovell. Judv Juras. Harriet Gillman.
Stetson Hall is a freshman and sopho-
more dormitory for women students.
The house council serves as an ad-
visory and governing group of the
occupants of this house.
Mary L. Addison President
Mary Joyner Vice Pres.
Cherry Doll Secretary
Judy Juras Social Chmn.
Joan Hodges Sergeant-at-Arms
Organized in 1950 as a
means of co-operative ac-
tion between student re-
ligious groups, which in
turn foster closer ties be-
tween student and
churches, the S.C.A.
Religious Focus Week,
Yule-log Service, Christ-
mas time Allen Hall dec-
orations, and the Easter
Chapel Service are all
sponsored by the S.C.A.
Row One: Donna Carroll, Sha-
ree Leikvold, Myra Hunter,
Jody Kelly, Kay Pafford, Phil
Parr. Row Two: Pat Figley,
Bill Crayton, Roy Paulson,
Chuck Fulton, Dave Marcell,
Dr. Bill McCammon.
STUDENT CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION
YOUNG WOMEN'S AUXILIARY
The Y.W.A. holds as its
ideals thoughtful study of
the missionary message of
the Bible, devoted com-
munity missions for the
spiritually and physically
needy, and regular and
proportionate giving to
Row One: Clara Nell Long,
Mary Lou Godwin, Shirley Ty-
ner, Marcia Kasselman, Pat Yur-
ko, Arlene Daniels, Owen Kelly,
Marietta McCauley, Juanita
Gresham. Row Two: Pat Ma-
hone, Glenda Rawls, JoAnne
Hopper, Claudette Finley,
Frankie Sumner, Ruah Parker,
Barbara Zeigler, Margaret Tu-
dor, Joan Orendain. Row Three:
Peggy Smith, Elaine Eddinger,
Marlene Workman, Ann Pier-
son, Janet Cooper, Joan Hodges,
Jo Lysek, Mildred Helms, Bar-
bara Mullins, Mary Ann Aiken.
Row One: A. Reginald Taylor, Jr., B. Will Manley, Harvey
L. Duke, Bill Rhinehart, Jerry J. Shaw, James O. Wade, Bill
Jackson, Elden Luffman, Jack Barker. Row Two: Charles
Roesel, Phil Parr, Earl Davis, James T. Caldwell. Jr., Felix
Zeigler, Don Gilchrist, T. Richard Meadows, Jerry Barnes,
Warren Ellwood, Paul Thomas, Tom Geary, Pat Figley.
Those who can conscientiously affirm that they
have been called to enter the ministry may join the
Ministerial Association, which attempts to enrich
the spiritual lives of its members, to foster coopera-
tion among fellow ministers, and to better prepare
its members for a richer ministry through fellow-
ship and mutual membership.
Jim Wade President
Howard Garter Vice Pres.
Paul Thomas Secretary
Wil Mani.ey Treasurer
The Canterbury Club is an or-
ganization of the Episcopal stu-
dents on Stetson's campus. They
join together for fellowship, in-
struction, and cooperation with
the local church.
Row One: Dave Marcell, Jane Alexander. Merediith DeWitt, Jim Edgy. Malcolm Glass. Row Two:
Charlotte Smith. Connie Pavey. Carol Webb. Sandra Arrant, Barbara Collins, Suzanne Abel, Karen
Klages, Louis Underwood, Louisa Benn, Ann Huntington. Row Three: John Thompson, Anna
Perry, Beverly Wood, Sandra Garcia, Jane Sanders, Mary Lawson. Phil Tyler, Madame Thorn-
ton, Art Dasher. Fourth Row: Man- Williams. Jody Kelly, Jo Coburn, Nancy Bordley, Julia Britt
Steanson, Marty Grass, Edwina Shoucair, Phil Arms, Noel Ruppert. Row Five: Charlie Day, Mike
Bohn. John Ellis, LeRoy Lawson, Mark Anthony, John Lorbach.
DISCIPLE STUDENT FELLOWSHIP
Rote One: Lorna McKinney. Linda Luther. Pat Figley. Faye Arnold, Marilyn L. Wood, Jane Martin.
Row Two: Don Waldon, Judy Hill, Myra Hunter, (Jail Krueger, Barbara Streeter, Carol Cravin, Jon
On organization of the First
Christian Church, which includes
college students and co-ordinates
their religious and social activi-
ties, the D.S.F. was organized lo-
cally in 1954.
Engaging in many religious ac-
tivities on campus, the D.S.F. is
part of a national ogranization
by the same name which has
chapters in all First Christian
Churches in the country.
Row One: Sammie Richards. Merrill Maguire, Phil Parr. Bill Cray-
ton. Betty Furches, Betty Sharpe. Row Two: Paul Thomas. Jerry
Shaw. Barbara Mullins. Diana Milford, Peggy Hughes. Joan Hodges.
Howard Carter. W. McCammon. Row Three: Gary Meadows.
Chuck Gertner. Jim Wade. Ray Andrews. Reynolds Allen, Dan
B.S.U. FRESHMAN COUNCIL— Row One: Carolyn Keith. George Borders. Jim Whitmire.
Claudette Finley. Row Two: Sue Boren. Dr. McCammon. Richard Meadows. Max Hall. Jerry
Barnes. Suzanne DeLettre.
The Baptist Student Union is
composed of all Baptist students
who are members of the different
church affiliated organizations on
campus and in the churches,
such as Training Union, Sunday
School, Y.W.A. Ministerial Asso-
ciation, etc. The Executive Coun-
cil is annually elected by the stu-
dents to supervise and coordinate
the work of the various organiza-
tions. The Freshman Council was
formed this year to help with the
Freshman activities and enlist-
Row One: Nancy Dowman, Sally Boureau, Kay Pafford, Ann
Severance, Jan Futrell. Row Two: Suzanne Dodd, J. Em-
mett Herndon, Chuck Fulton, Harriet Redding, Bill Young
Don Thurman, Judy Liebtag.
WESTMINSTER FELLOWSHIP COUNCIL
Westminster Fellowship is the organization for all Presbyterian
students on Stetson's campus. They hold regular meetings in
which they work toward a better understanding of the prin-
ciples of the Presbyterian church and promote better coopera-
tion with the local churches.
Kay Pafford President
Chuck Fulton 1st Vice Pres.
Ann Severance 2nd Vice Pres.
Sally Boureau Secretary
Nancy Dowman Chairman of Study Commission
Jan Futrei.i Historian
J. Em.mett Herndon University Chaplain
Harriet Redding Enlistment Secretary
Bii.i. Young Enlistment Chairman
Don Th URMAN Publications
Judy Liebtag Publicity
Suzanne Dodd Ushers
««»■ One: Margaret Barnes, Jackie Hogue, Virginia Barlow,
Janet Stanley, Ueanna Schooley, Norman Crane, James H.
Sartain, Susan Sargent, Marilyn Lazarus, Marilyn Levak,
Patty Johnson. Row Two: Suzy Moore, Joyce McBride,
Larry' Keith, Warren Ellwood, George Owen, Paul Corll,
Robert Glendon, Bob Crowley, Philip A. Korb, Bill Viehman,
Ken Evans, Barbara Page, Beverly Hughes.
Methodist students organized themselves into the
Wesley Foundation in 1950. Their purpose in so or-
ganizing was to provide a satisfying and growing
experience in the Christian life and to realize and
appreciate the place and significance of the university
in achieving Christian experience.
Programs are held Sunday night with a supper
meeting the first of each month. The foundation co-
operates through representation on the S.C.A. Coun-
cil in interdenominational activities such as Religious
Focus Week, Christmas events and Lenten Morning
Watch. The program is planned and carried out by
student officers and members. A director and an as-
sociate director serve as supervisors and counselors
for the Foundation.
Norman Crane President
Donna Carrou Vice Pres.
Deanna Schooley Secretary
James Sartain A dvisor
The Phi Society is an honor
society sponsored by Phi Beta
Kappa in a number of colleges
and universities. It recognizes
and honors those students in
the college of Liberal Arts out-
standing in scholarship. To be
eligible for membership, a stu-
dent must maintain a B-plus
average in the first year of col-
KAPPA KAPPA PSI AND TAU BETA SIGMA
Row One: Joyce Shupe, Connie Jo Dooley, Lucy Rand, Jo Coburn. Deanna Milford. Row Two: Mrs.
Feasel, Diana Gill, Charlie Safford. Susanne Lucas, Zelda Brooks. Richard Dickson. Row Three: Mr.
Feasel, Bill Calhoon, John Head. Kent Taylor, Norman Crane, Bill Viehman, George Wilson.
Kappa Kappa Psi and Tau Beta
Sigma are composed of stu-
dents who have done outstand-
ing work in the band.
Each year students look for-
ward to the concert perform-
ances by members of these
Ron.' One: Russell C. Brachman. Helen Rode. Jim Hendrickson.
Roger Williams. Peggy Simpson. Peter C. F. Castellani. Jr. Row
Two: Jackie Hogue. Amy Reid. Virginia Barlow. Dorothy Fuller.
Row Three: Jerry Bailey. Joel Sloan. John Thurrer. A. M. Win-
chester. Keith Hansen.
BETA BETA BETA
Jim Hendrickson President
Bill Darling Historian
Rodger Williams Vice President
Bobby Stewart Secretary
The first biology fraternity at Stetson was organized under the
name of Beta Key in 1937 with Dr. Cornelia Smith as advisor.
On April 9, 1947, Dr. P. A. Yancey installed the Beta Xi Chap-
ter of Beta Beta Beta at Stetson. There are 76 other chapters
in the United States, Asia, and the Caribbean region. Beta Beta
Beta is affiliated with the American Society for the Advance-
ment of Science and has the three-fold purpose of increasing
interest in biology, stimulating sound scholarship and encour-
aging biological research. Each spring the Beta Xi Chapter
sponsors a science fair where high school students of this region
exhibit projects and are shown demonstrations in the physical
and biological labs. They have, in the past, played host twice
to the Southeastern Beta Beta Beta Convention and this year
to the Florida Academv of Science.
Founded June 8, 1911 at die
University of Illinois by the
Illinois Education Society.
Kappa Delta Pi attempts
to promote a closer bond
among students of Educa-
tion and to enter into more
intimate fellowship with
those dedicated to teaching
as a profession.
Members, juniors in the
upper percentile of the class
with six hours of education
act as hostess to state re-
gional conferences, and have
an annual spring initiation
Row One: Mimi Shaw, Arlene Daniels, Gail Pittman. Jo Coburn, Carol Abernathy. Louise Smart, Jeanne
Marcell, Dean Smith, Margaret Smith, Dean Hopkins, Joan Saltrick, Diane Dixon, Pat Byrd, Tom Wel-
don, Joan Hodges, Lois Underwood, Gretchen Marz. Row Two: Rev. Marz, Jerry Callahan, Dr. Carter,
Dr. Smotherman, Mr. Feasel.
KAPPA DELTA PI
GAMMA SIGMA EPSILON
Row One: Richard Frink. Bill Crayton, Norman Crane, Samuel Ho. Row Two: Kenneth Shepard, Dr.
John Conn. Dr. Ted Beiler, Sam D. Funprook.
Gamma Sigma Epsilon is a
national honorary chemistry
fraternity, the object of which
is to increase interest and
scholarship in chemistry.
Psi Chi is a newly organ-
ized fraternity of national
status on our campus. To
promote an interest in psy-
chology and to encourage
research and study in this
Gary Meadows . .President
Jim Bowen Secretary
Row One: Dr. Warren Jones, Mimi Shav
liam McAteer, Gary Meadows.
Pat Bvrd, Dean Hood. Ii<
SIGMA DELTA PI
Row One: Susan Jacobs, Lois Underwood, Susan Sergant, Joyce Hummelgard. Row Two: Carolyn Mil-
ler, Dr. Frances Thornton, Mary Heney, Myra Hunter, Barbara Crouch. Dr. Doris K. Arjone, Don Thurman.
Initiated to disseminate a
wider knowledge of and a
greater love for the hispanic
contributions to modern cul-
ture; and to foster friendly re-
lations and co-operative spirit
between the nations of His-
panic speech and English
speech, Sigma Delta Pi con-
tributes to the increasement of
The Order of the Scroll and
Key, which was organized
here on March 1, 1940, has
as its purpose the honoring
of that spirit of scholarship
which counts as an integral
part of it, the understanding
of how to live and enjoy life,
in its social, physical and
A purely scholastic hon-
orary, Scroll and Key mem-
bers are chosen from those
students in the College of
Liberal Arts who have a
B-plus average and are in
she top five percent of their
Bill Crayton, Sammy Ho, Diane Dickson, Malcolm Glass, Carol Abernathy, Carl Gibson, Dave Marcell.
SCROLL AND KEY
SIGMA PI KAPPA
Row One: Susan Sargent, Anne Severance, Marilyn Lazarus, Arlene Daniels, Nancy Norse, Joanne
Anderson, Mary Leslie Addison. Row Two: Dianne Dixon, Judy Hill, Merrill Maguire. Ann Ander-
son, Jody Kelly, Juanita Gresham, Joann Owens, Mimi Shaw. Row Three: John Robert Moore, Paul
Thomas, Jerry Johnston, George McLarry, Malcolm Glass, Richard Scott, George Owens.
Students whose interest and
work in journalism have
earned them a recommenda-
tion by the head of their publi-
cation may be tapped for Sigma
Sponsoring all school publi-
cations Sigma Pi Kappa has as
its purpose the encouragement
of a higher type of journalism
and the promotion of the best
interest of college publications.
Phi Beta Music Fraternity
is for young women who are
outstanding in music. It is a
national fraternity striving
for professional achieve-
ment in music or in dra-
matics, high ideals in wo-
manhood and scholarship.
Row One: .Judy Jordan. Grace Wa-
ters on, Nancy Cheek. Peggy
Hughes, Moltie Sandiford, Deana
Gill, Phyllis Hancock. Row Two:
Pat Edington, Carol Padgett. Jo-
anne Williamson, Virginia Bagly.
Helen Hudson. Jane Sanders, Beth
Butcher, Anne Huntington. Row
Three: Nan Brown, Dell Murray.
Betty Furches, Ruth Sims, Samm!e
Kiciiards, Suzanne Dodd.
THETA ALPHA PHI
The purposes of Theta Alpha
Phi are to increase interest,
stimulate creativeness, and fos-
ter artistic achievement in all
of the allied arts and crafts of
Row One: Chas. C. Ritter. Edward
Pacha, Priscilla Hanscom. Barbara Nan
Akin. Ramon Delgado. Dr. Stover. Row
Two: Marvin McMaster. Benjamin
Bruce Griffith. Connie Clark. Pat Boss,
Anne Bovter. Bill Cray ton. Row
Three: Bill Scott, Malcolm Glass. Dale
Miley. Betty Gregg. Lynn Wyman.
Row One: Connie Pavey. Joann Sumner. Arlene Daniels,
Joan Holzman. Marlene Workman. Mary Gail Austin, Jeanie
Atkins. Charlie Safford. Row Two: Mary L. Addison, Bar-
bara Mullins. Susanne Lucas. Margie McGregor, Clara Nell
Long, Carol Cline. Gail Anderson, Jane Harris, Martha Jo
Voyles, Ann Pierson. Row Three: Suzanne Dodd. Louise
Orendain, Joan Hodges, Janet Cooper. Beth Bishop, Karen
Christensen, Josephine Lysek, Joy Thurmond, Gail Coffman,
The Alpha chapter of Dexioma was founded May, 1940, on the
campus of Stetson University. The purpose of the organization
is to promote the social, cultural, political, and religious life of
the members. It is composed of interested independent women
who wish to participate in such an organization. They are
sponsored by Assistant Dean of Women, Mary Edna Parker.
They are quite active on the campus and claim the women's
intramural trophy, and last years Home-coming hostess.
Jane Harris President
Janet Cooper Secretary
Joan Hodges Vice President
Karen Christensen Treasurer
Soa 1 One: Patty Lowe. Joan Holzman, Lois LInderwood, Susan
Sargent. Mimi Shaw. Pat Byrd, Arlene Daniels. Grace M. Stine-
cipher. Rozc Tiro: Earle Hunt. Dr. Ruth Smith. Harold D. Harris,
.lulee L^rquhart. Beep Nowlin. Honey Lanier. Gretehen Crow. Pat-
ti Gavnor. Jan Stanley, Geri Breen, Helen McMullen. Jerrie Mor-
etz. Sallie Lvcan. Marian Cowley. Jerry Tate. Roa~ Three: Betty
Sharpe. Joan Geitgey. Carol Carnett. Phyllis Ratliffe. Judy Hill.
Marcia Baldwin. Lucy Rand. Mary Lee Brown. Anita Powell. Gwen
Kelly, Deana Schooley, Mary Williams. Jim Bowen.
STUDENT FLORIDA EDUCATION
A Member of the National Education Association and the
Florida Education Association, the local chapter of the Student
Florida Education Association, states its purpose as: To de-
velop among young people who are preparing to be teachers, an
organization which shall be an integral part of state and national
education associations; to aim toward growing professionally
and participation in activities of interest to future teachers, gi\ e
teachers in training practical experience in working together in
a democratic way on the problems of the profession.
Mimi Shaw President
Gam. Pittman Vice President
Susan Sargent Secretary
Pat Byrii Chaplain
The Water Ski Club was
formed in the spring of 1957
to stimulate interest in water
skiing and to further the
aims and objectives of the
National Water Ski Asso-
ciation. They have weekly
ski-outings on the St. Johns
ind surrounding lakes. They
hope to expand the recrea-
tional opportunities for the
students on campus. They
hope to compete in national
meets in the near future.
Row One: Tom Davis, Peter Quachenbarh. Jack Woodall. Aden Sowell. Ted Camp. Row Two: John See, Al Bater,
Peggy Crosswhite, Barbara Jernigan, Gari Breen, Juanita Gresham, Gvvendalyn Rawls, Nick Mueller, Bob Kennedy.
WATER SKI CLUB
AMERICAN GUILD OF ORGANISTS
Row One: Ruth Richardson Carr, Margaret Taylor. Conrad Grimes, Al Washburn, Ronny Cockrill,
Dell Murray, Virginia Bagby. Row Two: Corella Henderson, Pat Edington, Jack Rowe, Jane Ellis,
Grace Waterson, Ed. Bruckin. Row Three: Judy Williams, Susanne Lucas, Carolyn Keith, Rugh Sims,
Pat Vogel, Alice Worthington, Joan Bolton. Row Four: Charles Woodward. Donna Judkins, Barbara
Ann Coffey, Bill Ziegenfuss. Row Five: Joanne Williamson, Marietta McCauley, Mary Lawson, Miss
Campus organists are usually
members of the local chapter
of the national group Guild
Student group of American
Guild of Organists. Organized
in May, 1952, the Guild Student
Group takes as its purpose the
advancement of worthy church
music. Subsidiary aims are
the elevation of the status of
church organists and to in-
crease their own awareness of
the responsibilities they have
as conductors of worship.
M.E.N.G. is composed of
music education majors
from freshmen through seni-
ors. They meet monthly to
further the aims of music
education in elementary and
secondary school level.
Rich \kd Dickson. President
Dun Wood Vice Pres.
Betty Furches . . Secretary
Bill Yiehman . . Treasurer
Row One: Charlotte Tarratus. Doris Rocker. Betty Furches. Veronica Gove. Suzanne Dodd. Charlea Safford. Joan
Kearney. Peggy Hughes. Row Two: Richard Dickson. Robert Maynard. Pete Hargis. Robert Glendon. John Lan-
:aster. Bill Yiehman. Don Wood. Bill Ziegenfuss. Don Yaxley.
MUSIC EDUCATION NATIONAL
Row One: Ernestine Su. Yvonne Khouri. Joan L. Orendain. Mady LeLovs. Susan Sargent. Row Two:
Bill Gil. Henry Gil. Chong Lee. Hyo Sup Park. John Ellis. Bob Kennedy. Tung-Yin Lee. Teruo Tan-
oka. Sammv Ho.
Ernestine Su Formosa
^ vonne Khouri Egypt
Joan Orendain ...Philippines
Mady LeLous France
Susan Sargetn Cuba
Bill Gill Cuba
Henry Gill Cuba
Chong Lee Korea
Hyo Sup Park Korea
John Ellis Canada
Bob Kennedy Canada
Tung-yin Lee Korea
Teruo Tanoka Japan
Sammy Ho Hong-Kong
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Row One: Mary Watkins, Marvin
McMaster. Dr. Charles C. Ritter,
Malcolm Glas.s Bill Crayton, Ra-
mon Delgado. Ann Severence. Row
Two: Aurelia Knight, Elizabeth
Frix. Carolyn Miller. Jeanie Gregg,
Shirley Bacon. Myra Hunter, Sue
Jacobs, Connie Clark, Cherry Dell.
STETSON PLAYERS GUILD
SIGMA ALPHA OMEGA
Row One: Anne Severance. Joy McGee, Jo Coturn. Patty Gaynor, Virginia Barlow. Row Two: Terence
Webb. Chuck Gertner, Robert DesCampes, Prof. Ernest S. Ashcraft. Carl Gipson, Jim Sawyer, Bob Sullins.
Sigma Alpha Omega is a
newly formed local math
fraternity composed of out-
standing students in the field
Carl Gipson . . . .President
Bob Sullins. . . . Vice Pres.
Ellen Lanier . . .Secretary
The Debate Squad is a
newly formed local group to
further debate at Stetson.
Row One: Patti Lamar. Mimi
Shaw, Ann Severance, Jackie Dos-
sett, Cherry Dell, Lisa Hammond.
Row Two: Arthur Stone, Grant
Cole. Warren H. Carr. Wes John-
ston, Joseph Crankshaw.
Resident Advisers are se-
lected by the Dean of Men
every year to manage each
of the Men's dorms.
Row One: Jim Bowen, Phil Parr,
Jim Wade, Gary Meadows. Row
Two: Dave Hewett, Fred Roberts,
Physical Education Profes-
sional Club is composed of
physical education majors.
Regular meetings are held
to discuss the problems of
teaching as a career. It aids
in the intramurals program
and in other physical educa-
Row One: Sylvia Jean Golden, Glenda Rawls, Clara Nell Long, Rebecca Burnett. Row Two: Wilma Burgess,
Nancy Harris, Anna Bryan Perry. Row Three: Tommy C. Yates, Gwen Kelly, Camille Dorman, Esther M. Hick.
PHYSICAL EDUCATION MAJORS
Row One: Chuck Portz, Don Ray, Ross Carter, Buddy Weaver. Don Harbin, Gene Wells, Jim Harrell. Row
Two: Gerald R. Callahan, Tim Thomasson, Larry Stowe, Fred Jefferson, Jim Kitchens, Gordan Richard-
son, Ralph Miller, Bob Wostry, Wes Berner.
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jTnUiiftU ±-Xtn I i r
Physical Education Majors
band together in order to carry
on better activities of physical
education for Stetson students.
They plan and officiate at the
intramural games and help
develop the participation in
Cherry Dell. Shirley Herbrand.
Babs Girard, Joan Orendain.
The Modern Dance Club was founded at Stetson University in the fall of 1957. It is sponsored by Miss Tommye
Yates of the Physical Education Department. This club did outstanding work in a dance recital given in the
spring and also in helping in various plays at Stover Theater such as Trojan Women.
Row One: Kate Page. Hope Husk;
Karen Klages. Joan Orendain. Bab
Girard. Cherry Dell. Shirley Herbranc
Carole Moore. Dot Ballard. Margi
McGregor. Jan Futrell. Second Row
Liz Frix. Nancy Harris. Gail Wooc
ward. Cary Craven. Mimi Kocket. Nai
alie Brundage. Carolinda Burnetti
Ginger Reaves. Jan Stanley. Barbar
Page. Bonnie O'Dell. Ben Lindgulis
Judy Lowell. Joan Priestas. Rot
Three: Mildred Helms. Ann Smother.
Maudena Barteaux. Lyndall O'Nea
Jean Mitchell. Pearl Ellis. Myra Hun
ter, Honev Turlev. Shirlev Bacon. Svl
Row One: Sarah Carter, Sally Boereau, Susan Delettre, Pat Mor-
gen, Mary Leslie Addison, George McLarry. Row Two: Art Dasher,
Mimi Shaw, Betty Sharpe, Carolyn Miller, Bill Rhinehart, Paul
Thomas, Marcia Faragher, Carol Webb, Marilyn Lazarui
Compton, Travis Plumber, Ann Anderson, George Owens.
HATTER STAFF OF 1958
Mike Blocker, Bob Sullins, Art Holmes, Janet Stanley, JoAnn Owens, Bill White, Arlene Daniels, Jim Sharpton.
.IOHN ROBERT MOORE
Editor in chief
Editor in chief
The Stetson Reporter is Florida's oldest college newspaper. It is published weekly
and is student edited. Stories include campus activities and features of interest to the
students and interested persons.
Rou' One: Grace Waterson. Diane Drumond. Judy Hill. Dorothy
Fiebrich. Jody Kelly. Rozv Two: Julia Britt Steanson, Dale Mile\.
George McLarry. Malcolm Glass. Carl Gipson. Billy Boureau,
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THE UNIVERSITY CHORUS
Director, Mr. H. Griffin and accompanists, Ronald Cockrill and Carol Padgett.
F.dington, Patricia Kintner, Mary Jo
Allen, Reynolds Corlett, Clifton
Andrews, RaymondGraham, Wayne
Christmas, John Hargis, Peter
Swan, Marv Ann
Barker, Jack Gaines, Mark Rogers, Kirby
Brackin, Edgar Hogarth, Richard Rowell, Lee
Day, Charles Maynard, Robert Schussler, Harry
Delk, William Meriwether, James Smith, Radford
Dennis, John Morgan, James Smith, Richard
Wilkins, Gary Ann
3 3ula Meyer
Connie Jo Dooley
\LTCI CLARINET Felix Henderson
THE STETSON CONCERT BAND
THE UNIVERSITY ORCHESTRA
3 aul Corll
Donnell, Mary Tom
To have a circle of loyal friends, to have the assurance of a personal
niche, of "belonging" — these desires are deep and undeniable. And they are
the reason for enduring strength of fraternities. It is perfectly true that one
can have a happy, valuable college career without being a fraternity member,
but for most college men and women fraternity membership makes adjust-
ment to college easier and quicker, and makes enjoyment of college days
more complete. A fraternity is your "college family."
A fraternity is also a valuable training group, because it seeks to develop
each individual, but not at the expense of the group. As individuals work
and play together, the rough edges of selfishness and thoughtlessness are
bound to be rubbed off.
The value of a fraternity cannot be measured, because you receive in
proportion to what you give. It will cost you not only in dollars and cents,
but in time. Time to study, so that your scholarship will meet fraternity
standards. Time to participate in activities that will broaden your interests
and develop your talents. Time for service to your chapter, your campus,
your community. Time and effort in developing character, standards, and
leadership. Of course, in all this your fraternity gains — but YOU gain most.
Even after college years, your fraternity will enlarge your circle of
friends and your horizon. You will have a bond not only with members of
your own fraternity, but with all Greek letter men and women. The fratern-
ity system with its enviable philanthropies and enduring friendships has been
thriving for over 100 years.
From a pamphlet of the N.C.P. Committee
of Woman's Panhellenic Association
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Betty Jo Mason President
Mary Jo Kintner Vice President
Margaret Ti tor Pledge Trainer
Ann Anderson Recording Secretary
Betty Gregg Corresponding Secretary
Peggy Crossw hite Treasurer
ALPHA CHI OMEGA was founded in 1885 at De Pauw
University in Greencastle, Indiana. It is the sixth Ameri-
can Greek-letter fraternity for women. The badge of
Alpha Chi is the golden lyre; the colors are scarlet and
The Gamma Chi Chapter of Stetson University was
installed in the Spring of 1957. Their first rush season
was the Fall of 1957, after which the chapter pledged
twenty-six outstanding girls. In the months that it has
been on the Stetson campus, Alpha Chi has contributed
much to campus activities. It has participated in and won
second place in the Interfraternity Sing. It has sponsored
parties for the Methodist Children's Home, and has con-
tributed members and officers to many campus activities.
Among Alpha Chi's activities are: Sigma Pi Kappa; Phi
Beta, Mollie Sandiford, Secretary; La Francaide, Mari-
lyn Lazarus, President, and Susan Sargent, Vice-presi-
dent; Theta Alpha Phi; Tau Beta Sigma: Phi Society;
Sigma Delta Pi, Susan Sargent, President; International
Club; House Council; Cheerleading; Hatter Staff;
Player's Guild; Reporter Staff; and Class Officers. Janet
Reisinger was chosen last year as the Best Dressed Wo-
man on Campus. Alpha Chi was represented at Wash-
ington Semester by Nancy Allen.
In addition to its efforts in the fields of education, the
fine arts, and civic service, Alpha Chi has chosen an
altruistic project, the Cerebral Palsy Project. National
Alpha Chi activities for victims of Cerebral Palsy in-
clude scholarships for medical students; the publication
of pattern books for self-help toys; and financial aid to
hospitals. The Gamma Chi Chapter plans to join their
alumnae through the contribution of time and money to
Girls of the Golden Lyre
Our first pledge class !
Shiny new pins !
Connie Jo Dooley
Mary Jo Kintner
Betty Jo McClendon
Betty Jo Mason
Marry Ann Aiken
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Pat Byrd President
Margaret Crosby J 'ice President
M \ky Aiici-: Smith Secretary
Kay Pafford Treasurer
PATSY Mh.NER Rush Chairman
P \ i EDINGTON Chaplain
ALPHA XI DELTA was founded at Lombard College,
Galesburg, Illinois, on April 17, 1893. The colors of
Alpha Xi are double blue and gold; the flower, a pink
Killarney rose; and the badge, a golden quill.
Among Alpha Xi's outstanding alumnae are: Kather-
ine Chase Goodrich, author of "Uncle Walt and Skeezix"
and "Romance of Helen Trent;" Martha McDonald,
assistant merchandising editor for "Mademoiselle;" Mrs.
Harold Griffin, Assistant Professor of Speech at Stetson
University; Mrs. Mary Lowry, Assistant Professor of
English and Secretary of the Stetson faculty; and Miss
Dorothey Fuller, Associate Professor of Biology at
The Stetson Omega Chapter has many outstanding
undergraduate members among whom are: Nancy Otwell,
Miss Stetson; Joanne Bolton, President of Panhellenic,
Vice-President of the Liberal Arts School; Mary Alice
Smith, President of the Women's Student Government;
Patsy Milner, Secretary of the Business School; Pat
Byrd, Secretary of the Junior Class; Kay Pafford, Presi-
dent of Westminster Fellowship; Jane Lieby and Jean
Stroud, Cheerleaders ; and Lois Underwood, State Presi-
dent of the Student Florida Education Association.
Alpha Xi has among its honors First Place Scholar-
ship Award 1956-57; First Place National Philanthropy
Award; First Place in the Interfraternity Sing; First
Place in Participation in Women's Intramurals; and
Second Place at Hatter Holiday. Three members, Pat
Byrd, JoAnne Bolton, and Mary Alice Smith, received
the honor of being named in "Who's who in American
Universities and Colleges."
Oh how we sang our goat songs
Sipping coffee at a rush party
Off on a retreat to the beach
Martha Nell Barnes
Edna Marie Bruce
Sue Betts Outen
Mary - Alice Smith
Mary Ann Swann
J VCKIE HOGUE President
J i TOY Liebtag Treasurer
JOANNA Johnson Vice President
JANE SHADRON Marshal
Gail Pittman Chaplain
Doris Rocker Pledge Trainer
SARA WiLKERSON Secretary
DELTA DELTA DELTA was established on Thanks-
giving Day, 1888, at Boston LIniversity. Alpha Delta
chapter of Stetson University was founded in 1913 and
is the oldest Florida chapter. Tri Deltas claim as their
emblem the star and crescent; and for their colors,
silver, gold, and blue.
Tri Deltas are active in every phase of campus
life. Among its many outstanding members are: Jackie
Hogue, named to Who's Who, member of the Honor,
vice-president of S.G.A. and of Women's Executive
Council ; Mimi Shaw, editor of the Hatter, vice presi-
dent of the Junior Glass, president of S.F.E.A. ; Ann
Severance, Outstanding Freshman Woman, vice presi-
dent of the Sophomore Class; Gail Pittman, secretary
of S.G.A. , Women's Executive Council member; Betty
Sharpe, treasurer of Liberal Arts School, B.S.U. Exec-
utive Council; Joanne Anderson, president of Chau-
doin Hall ; Tuppy Hanscom, president of Theto Alpha
Phi, has played many leads at Stover Theater; Doris
Rocker, vice president of the Senior Class; Sandy Jo
Bryant, Stetson's representative to the Florida Citrus
Queen Contest; Trilby Barber, Miss DeLeon Springs,
cheerleaders Anita Anderson and Joyce Harrell, cap-
tain, and Sally Boureau, feature editor of The Reporter.
As a group, Tri Deltas earned first place in collec-
tions for the Green Feather Drive, and enjoyed their
annual Founders' Day Banquet, "Apple-Polishing
Party," Ormond Beach retreat, and Spring Weekend.
The night after going active
Happy Tri Deltas
Intellectuals at the Scholarship Dinner
Sandy Jo Bryant
Sally Jo Custer
Maryr Lou Minton
Mary Ann Ulmer
M \ki Lee Houston President
\I\in WlLUAMS Vice President
Doris Ff.rtic Secretary
K \m \ ki vges Treasurer
Hi i EN Rode Pledge Director
.In GOBURN Rush Chairman
Phi Mu, the second oldest secret society for women in
the U.S., was founded at Wesleyan College in Macon,
Georgia. In January, 1852, it was organized as the Phil-
omathean Society by its three founders, Mary Myrick
Daniel, Martha Hardaway Redding, and Mary Dupont
Lines. During the Civil War Period General Robert E.
Lee, "Stonewall" Jackson and Confederate President
Jefferson Davis accepted honorary membership in Phi
Mu. In 1911 Phi Mu was admitted to membership in the
National Panhellenic Conference. Presently there are 77
collegiate chapters and 150 alumnae clubs, chapters and
Alpha Xi Chapter was chartered at Stetson in 1949.
Phi Mu's colors are Rose and White, and her flower is
the Rose Enchantress Carnation.
Phi Mu's philanthropic activities include a Health-
mobile, mobile tuberculosis clinic in Georgia, an annual
study grant to foreign study for post-graduate work at
American L'niversity. The local chapter presents Thanks-
giving baskets to needy families and has an annual Easter
party for the underprivileged children of the DeLand
Phi Mu's active in campus organizations include:
Jo Coburn, V.P. North Hall, The Honor; Donna Carroll,
The Honor; Dot Ballard and Meredith DeWitt, Canter-
bury officers: Myra Hunter, Nancy Norse, Sigma Delta
Pi; Joyce Shupe, Phi Beta; Jo Coburn, Tau Beta Sigma;
Barbara Kindernay, Phi Society ; Nance Norse, Sigma Pi
Kappa; Meredith DeWitt, Mary Lee Houston, Barbara
Collins, Jo Coburn, House Councils; Helen Rode and
Bobbi Stewart, Beta Beta Beta; Rae Jean Casciola, Head
Majorette; Mary Lee Houston, R.O.T.C. Sponsor.
Traditions of the local chapter include a Spring
Weekend and Houseparty, Mother-Daughter Xmas
Party, Pledge Car Wash, and Senior Breakfast.
Phi Mu Pledge Class
Gay 20's party with Pi Kapp
Our Slumber Party where no one sleptj
Mary Lee Houston
Gary Ann Wilkins
Carol Abernathy President
Phyllis Ratliff Vice President
Natalie BRUNDAGE Recording Secretary
Judy Hill Corresponding Secretary
Julee Urquhart Treasurer
Susan Beall Rush Chairman
Pi Betta Phi was founded as I. G. Sorosis in 1867, one of
the first national fraternities for women. It is one of the
three largest women's fraternities. The Florida Alpha
Chapter was established on Stetson's campus in May,
1913, and thus became the first national Pan-Hellenic
organization on the campus.
The Pi Phis sponsored the first aid to underprivileged
of any fraternity, when they started the Settlement School
in Gatlinburg, Tennessee, our national philanthropic
The manufacturer of Pierce Arrow cars named his
cars in honor of his wife's fraternity, and the arrow on
the Parker fountain pen is in honor of Pi Phi. Miss
America of 1958 is Marilyn Van Derbur, a Pi Phi from
Pi Phis are outstanding in all phases of campus life.
Members of The Honor, the highest Women's leadership
honorary on campus, are Merrill Maguire, President;
Carol Belcher, Historian; Jo Boswell, Judy Hill, and
Carolyn Miller. Pi Phi is represented in the Glee Club
by Judy Hill and Juanita Gresham, and in Travel Squad
by Pat Painter, Julee Urquhart, Merrill Maguire, and
Nola Frink. Marion Ezell is a cheerleader, and Pi Phi's
hold membership in Sigma Pi Kappa, Beta Beta Beta,
Sigma Delta Pi, Tau Beta Sigma, and Phi Society. Carol
Howell received the Freshman Scholarship Prize, with
a 3.0 average. Pi Phis also participate in Women's Coun-
cil, and work on the Reporter and Hatter staffs.
This year two Pi Phis were named to Who's who in
American Colleges and Universities — Carol Belcher and
Pi Phis are noted for winning honors in the beauty
field. This year Janet Yonge was chosen Sweetheart of
Pi Kappa Alpha, Buffy Ezell was Orange Bowl finalist
and runner-up to the Azalea Queen, and Patti Lowe was
chosen for the Hatter Court of Beauty, was an R.O.T.C.
sponsor, and was a calendar girl, along with Melinda
Freeman. Juanita Gresham was a finalist in the Miss
DeLand Contest, and Martha Hamilton and Melinda
Freeman were chosen "Indies" Girl-of-the-Month.
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\\ eren't we proud of our wine and Ginger and Susan cuttin' capers Doesn't the active team look ferocious
blue ribbons !
Eva Lynn Newton
Ann Louise Pvle
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Lot im Smart President
Cherry Deu Fief President
Pat Boss Secretary
Joan Geitgey Treasurer
Julia Emerson Chaplain
Judy Juras Historian
ZETA TAU ALPHA was founded at Longwood College,
Farmville, Virginia, October 15, 1898. Beta Psi Chapter
was installed at Stetson University in 1934.
Zeta's colors are turquoise blue and steel gray; their
badge, a crown and a shield; their pledge pin is a car-
penter's square. Beta Psi Chapter won the first place
trophy for Hatter Holiday, second place in women's
intraniurals, and the Province III Zeta Tau Alpha Schol-
In addition to this, Zeta supports two national phil-
anthropic projects each year, the National Cerebral Palsy
Fund, and the Zeta Tau Alpha Scholarship Fund. Among
their social events, the biggest is Zeta Mardi Gras Week-
end, which is held every spring. This year's Mardi Gras
King is Delta Sigma Phi Harry Dewes.
Zetas are well represented in most campus organiza-
tions. Among their outstanding members they have:
Helen Hudson, chief cheerleader; Ruth Hudson, Presi-
dent of North Hall ; Louise Smart, Lambda Chi Alpha
Crescent Girl and a member of the Honor; and Pat Boss,
Honor member and Co-Chairman of Freshman Orienta-
Some of Zeta's outstanding Alumnae include Dean
Etter Turner and Dr. Frances Thornton of Stetson Uni-
versity; Faith Baldwin, a famous novelist; Dorothy
Shaver, President of Lord & Taylor; and Jane Pickens
and Abby Lewis of Radio, TV, Stage, and Screen fame.
Mother's Little Angels
Louise opening the senior gift
Dear Folks . . . Have been so busy
studying. . . .
S\ 1\ ia Shaw
Left to Right, Seated: Jane Shadron, Pat Byrd, Jackie Hogue, Jo-
Anne Bolton, Pat Boss, Bev Brett, Tuppy Hanscom. Standing: Patsy
Milner, Louise Smart, Carol Herrin, Susan Beall, Nancy Allen,
Carol Abernathy, Jo Coburn, Mary Lee Houston, B. J. Mason.
ALPHA CHI OMEGA
B. J. Mason
ALPHA XI DELTA
Jo Anne Bolton
DELTA DELTA DELTA
Jo Anne Anderson
Mary Lee Houston
PI BETA PHI
ZETA TAU ALPHA
Buck Row. Left to right: Hugh Shiver, Jack Woodall, Brian Tolby,
Mark Anthony, Jim Parkhurst, Jerry Juras. Front Row: Bob Beau-
bout, John Lorbaeh, Bill Lilos, J. B. Steelman. Dick Thirhvell.
DELTA SIGMA PHI
J. B. Steelman
PI KAPPA PHI
LAMBDA CHI ALPHA
SIGMA PHI EPSILON
PI KAPPA ALPHA
J. B. STEELMAN President
Wayne Graham Treasurer
JoN ( >™"KN Secretary
BOB BUCKALEW Vice President
Delta Sigma Phi was founded in 1899 at the College of
the City of New York. It expanded during the early part
of the twentieth century and has continued growing until
now there are over 30,000 brothers and 100 chapters
throughout the United States and Canada. Alpha Chi
Chapter was installed at Stetson University in 1925 with
Dr. J. Ollie Edmunds, present University president, as
charter president of the chapter.
Annual affairs include the Christmas party for under-
privileged children of Volusia County and the "Sailors
Ball", the national fraternity weekend.
Delta Sig has added much to all phases of campus life
and its brothers hold many honors. This year Delta Sig
claimed the First Place Trophy for Homecoming Decora-
tions and the Homecoming Mayor, Wayne Graham ;
who is also S.G.A. treasurer; Bland Williamson, Junior
Class Treasurer ; Bill Sims, Freshman Class Treasurer;
Joel Sloan, Commander of Scabbard and Blade; Norn
Heyne, Chairman of Student Union Publicity Committee,
and Phil Newcomm who is on the Men's Council.
Faculty member in Delta Sigma Phi include Dr. J.
Ollie Edmunds, Dr. A. M. Winchester, James D. Perdue
and Don C. Yaxley.
Honky Tonk Party
One of us in disguise
Entertaining the gang
M. R. Buckaleu
Phil New comb
J. B. Steelman
High Shiver President
George Koch Vice President
Jack Allen Secretary
JOHN OLDHAM Treasurer
Lambda Chi Alpha was first founded at Boston univer-
sity on Nov. 2, 1909 and has since grown to be the largest
International Fraternity with 153 chapters.
The colors are purple, green and gold, and the flower
is the white rose.
The local chapter, Zeta Tau, was founded April 3,
The latest improvements, a patio and barbecue pit,
provide the atmosphere for many starlit dances and par-
ties. Although the "Lambs" enjoy many such occasions,
they don't sacrifice scholarship. They took first among
fraternities in scholarship both semesters of 1956-57.
Some of the outstanding men on campus include: Bill
Liles, President of I. C.F. ; Jack Selph, treasurer of Busi-
nes School, and Bill Able, Vice President Senior Class.
Some of the prominent alumni of Lambda Chi Alpha
include: Frankie Laine, Harry Truman, General Doo-
little, Chester Gould, and Bill Hayes.
Nothing to do but take life easy.
Lambda Chi's go formal.
Some Lambda Chi initiates pose.
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Dick Scott President
Fred Slaughter Vice President
JlM MORRIS Secretary
Frrd STONE Treasurer
Pi Kappa Alpha was founded at the University of Vir-
ginia on March 1, 1868. Delta Upsilon Chapter here at
Stetson was chartered March 31, 1951. The fraternity
flower is Lily-of-the-Valley and the colors are Garnet and
Main event of the year is the Founder's Day Banquet,
held annually in Sanford, Fla. on the first of March.
Pikes placed second in the Homecoming Lawn Decora-
tion this year. Our Dream Girl is Mrs. Janet (Greene)
Outstanding men on campus: Fred Slaughter, Vice
President of Men's Council and Acting President of IFC,
Chairman of Rules and Procedure committee; Ted Wat-
son, Men's Council ; Dick Scott, Editor of the 1957 Stu-
dent Handbook ; and Don Soprano, Vice President of the
In Intramurals Pikes placed third in overall standings
and took first place in Paddle Ball due to Mel Christman
and Vic Muzii.
Pikes were represented in intercollegiate sports by
Jerry Kern, Larry Stowe, and Jim Krider. Ronnie Sley,
Phil Yonge, Vic Muzii, Larry Stowe, Mel Christman and
John Ruff with Stowe and Christmas making the All-Star
Squad. Merle Teaque and Rudy Weber were on the golf
Social events that won't be forgotten for many a moon
are the "Roarin' 20's Party", "Roman Toga Affair", and a
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A face lifting for the "Magnolia Manor". Look at all those knees!
Such an ambitious group this is !
Robert Carnes Archon
C. J. Abernathv Secretary
CHARLES Day Treasurer
Hal Gauthen Warden
NOEL Ruppert Historian
Pi Kappa Phi was founded at the University of Charles-
ton, South Carolina, in 1904 and gave to Stetson Univer-
sity the Chi Chapter in February of 1921. Of the 52 chap-
ters and 40,000 Pi Kapps, Chi Chapter recently retired
the National Champion Chapter rating again this year.
The Chi Chapter has in the past been known for its
scholastic and academic prowess and has again this year
shown achievement in this field. The president of ODK
is Malcolm Glass and serving under him in that organiza-
tion we find Jim Hodge, Phil Parr, and Bob Carnes.
Working presently on the Honors Program is Phil Arms,
Malcolm Glass, Jim Geiger, Phil Parr, and Bob Carnes.
Circling the campus we find Jim Hodge presiding over
the S. G. A., Bob Carnes holding the reins in the L. A.
School and Phil Parr guiding the BSU. Also we have
Reynolds Allen serving as Pres. of the Sophomore Class,
Phil Parr presiding over the Jr. Class and Gary Mea-
dows taking the chores of Vice President in the L. A. De-
partment. Several Pi Kapps can be found on stage in
major roles at Stover Theater. The Glee Club claims an-
other portion of our brothers. We are well represented
in Cantebury Club, B. S. U. and other major religious
organizations. In the past years Pi Kappa Phi has taken
the I. F. C. trophy and last year we captured the Hatter
Holiday trophy. Athletically speaking one can find several
Pi Kapps on the baseball diamond and as top contenders
in most intramural fields.
Pi Kapps All!
Let's keep the house looking nice
A drink to our pledge class
C. J. Abernathy
Jack Woodall . .
Bill Butler . . .
. . . Commander
Sigma Nu, the first chartered national social fraternity
at Stetson, came to the campus in 1913. The present chap-
ter house was raised in 1923 and is the center of the
Snake's social activities. Sigma Nu promotes scholar-
ship, strives to build sound character and personality in
its members by the examples of upper classmen, and in
general adjust the new students to college life. Sigma Nu,
as always, has been outstanding in all phases of campus
life. The black and Gold boasts leaders in almost every
campus organization. Brother Conner and Saltrick are
Go-captains of the baseball team. Schneider, Gregory,
Kitchens, Parker, and Carson all Sigma Nu's, lead the
basketball team to a winning season. Brothers Woodall
and Conner have been elected to Who's Who. Sharpton,
the President, along with Mosely and Gregory are on
Mens Council. In the Business School, Mel Gregory is
the President and Bil Bradley the Vice President. Broth-
er Marcell, the President of the Student Union Board is
also a member of the Honors Program. Brother Woodall
is President of the Senior Class, Ski Club, and Battle
Group Commander of ROTC, as well as Vice President
of ODK of which Brothers Marcell and Connor are also
members. Brother White is Business Manager of Hatter
and Brother Holmes is the SGA social Vice-President.
The Snakes also claim many honors as a group such as
the Presidents Cup in Intramurals which they have held
for four years straight. Nu inaugurated early in the year
an intra fraternity party at the pit in hopes of bettering
fraternity relations on Campus.
Long a key organization on Stetson's campus, Sigma
Nu is justly proud of its leadership in all phases of uni-
The Snake Pit
How long do you think we'll keep them?
The Sweetheart of Simga Nu
J. A. Comb
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President Bill Young
Vice President Marty Boos
Secretary Art Stone
Comptroller John Killebrew
Historian Mark Anthony
Seated, Left to Right: Tesse Ellis, Tom Ragan, Terry Malcolm, Left to Right: Bob Harmon, Art Stone, Bill Young, Mark Anthony,
Warren Daffin, Jim Schweikert, John Renick, Grant Cole. Standing, Marty Boos, John Killebrew, Max Hall.
In 1949 the Chi Mtj local fraternity on Stetson's campus
petitioned the second largest fraternity in the world,
Sigma Phi Epsilon, and the same year became the Flor-
ida Beta Chapter. The national Fraternity was founded
at Richmond College in 1901.
Dean E. C. Furlong, Dr. John V. Vaughan, Dr. Wil-
liam Bliss and Mr. Graves Edmondson are prominent
alumni on campus. National figures who wear the Sig Ep
Heart are Ben Hibbs, Ted Mack, James V. Forrestal,
Tom Ewel, Governor Dan McCarty, Woody Herman,
John Barrow, All-American Tackle, and numerous
A highlight of the Sig Ep's social is their annual week-
end climaxed by the Queen of Heart's Ball, held in Feb-
ruary. The Founder's Day Banquet and the fraternity
parties supplement the social calendar, along with cool
afternoons spent on the new Sig Ep Beach.
Our abode on Ohio Avenue
What better way to spend a Saturday
Our busy(?) Pres
MAJOR MALCOM D. BRANNEN
Professor of Military Science and Tactics
CAPTAIN DORSEY B. GREENE, JR.
Master Sargent Morton A. Marsh, Sargent First Glass Billie W. Douglas, Master Sargent Robinson, and
Sargent First Glass Paul T. McCrory assist in the instruction of physical and mental training of cadets.
CAPTAIN HERBERT J. HEDRICK
LT. COLONEL JACK WOODALL
Bottle Group Commander
The Battle Group Staff lined up behind Lt. Colonel Jack Woodall includes Major Charles Gerding, Cap-
tain Harold Basham, Captain Mel Gregory, 1st Lieut James Hendrickson, and 1st Lieut. Tom McPherson.
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Company Commander CAPTAIN J. SLOAN
Company Executive Officer M. ANTHONY
Platoon Leaders ... P. YONGE, G. BRUNKHORST,
Company Commander . . . CAPTAIN R. BURRELL
Company Executive Officer B. GALLAN
Platoon Leaders T. BOUCHLAS, J. TYRA,
GV>;w/>«w.V Commander .... CAPTAIN H. FAGAN
Company Executive Officer D. WAHLSTAD
Platoon Leaders . R. THIRLWELL, R. VANDERCOOK,
Company Commander . . . CAPTAIN M. BUCKALEW
Company Executive Officer T. GRAHAM
Platoon Leaders F. WHITE, K. SHEPARD,
D" C O M P A N Y
SCABBARD & BLADE
Scabbard and Blade is a national military
honor society whose members are chosen on
merit from outstanding cadet officers of the
R.O.T.C. by the election of the Company. At
the left we see President Joal Sloan tapping
seven new members: Bill White, Wayne Gra-
ham, Ken Shepard, Reed Vandercook, Roby
Buckalew, Wendell Crysel and J. L. Tyra.
Other officers include Mel Gregory, Vice-
President; Jack Woodall, Secretary, and Al-
lan Fagan, Treasurer. Other members are
Gaither Briggs, James Hendrickson, Harold
Basham, Gene Burrell, Charles Gerding, and
associate member, Captain Dorsey B. Greene,
Jr. The honorary is sponsored by Major Mal-
colm D. Brannen. This group with their out-
standing achievements in military sciences is
an inspiration to a freshman cadet.
HONORARY MILITARY FRATERNITY
At summer camp in Fort Benning, Ga.,
the cadets experience a rigorous six weeks
of Army life. Many hours of drill, learning
to use a machine gun, practical training and
polish-shoes. It was surely a delight to all
when Dean Furlong, Dean of the Business
School, came to visit. Dining with him are
Tom Bouchlas, Mark Anthony and Phil
Yonge. Pictured below are the eighteen ca-
dets which composed the Stetson unit. With
this excellent opportunity to gain experience
the R.O.T.C. has become the nation's chief
source of obtaining young officers. The R.O.
T.C. furnished these Stetson men with a well
rounded program of physical, scholastic and
mental training that will prepare them to face
the future with a feeling of security and faith.
AT FORT BENNING
One of the many hours of practice which enabled our ROTC Rifle team to place first in Third
Army competition among colleges and second in the nation.
THE BAND MARCHES ON
The ROTC band comprises a company within itself and is under the direction of 1st Lt. Gaither Briggs.
The cadets appear in parades and participate in national holidays.
Battalion sponsors are: Patricia Lowe, Lynn Ezell Hollingsworth, Linda Fisher, Mary Lee Hous-
ton, Janice Honey) Lanier, and Pat Byrd.
A QUEEN IS CROWNED
N Ezell Hollingsworth is crowned queen at the annual Military Ball. Behind her stands Ri
last year's Battalion Commander. Lieutenant Colonel Royal Taylor crowns the queen.
Athletics are an integral part of the student's program at Stetson. Inter-
collegiate teams in soccer, basketball, baseball, tennis and golf regularly meet
teams from leading institutions in the Southeast and intersectional teams
from such Universities as Amherst, Ohio State, Yale, Louisville and Dayton.
A new athletic field for men will provide facilities for track and field
sports. Plans for a swimming pool are under way which will open the way
for intercollegiate competition in still another sport. Soccer is played on
Hulley Field; baseball at Conrad Park or Hulley Field and basketball at
the National Guard Armory. Without facilities for golf, Stetson participated
in the Florida Intercollegiate, but did not have an intercollegiate schedule.
The basketball team went to District 5 NAIA tournament, but lost in the
finals. The team placed second in the Florida Intercollegiate Basketball Con-
ference. The soccer team was second in the state conference.
Rivarly in intramural sports is almost as keen at Stetson as interest in
intercollegiate contests. The great majority of Stetson men and women
participate in intramural sports.
Stetson is proud of her athletic record as a football team wearing the
Green and White played a team from Florida Agricultural College in what
has been described as "the beginning of intercollegiate athletics in Florida."
WARREN C. COWELL
Coach Cowell, one of the
most respected and best loved
sports figures in Florida, is in
his twenty-third year at Stet-
son and is director of ath-
letics. He came to Stetson as
head football coach, but in
1949 he relinquished his
coaching duties to devote full
time to administrative dutie>
and to teaching. He is chair-
man of District 25, National
Association of Intercollegiate
Athletics and is commissioner
of the Florida Intercollegiate
Basketball, Baseball and Soc-
SARA STAFF JERNIGAN
Mrs. Jernigan is director of the Depart-
ment of Health, Physical Education, and
Recreation at Stetson. In the South, she is
president of the Southern Association for
Physical Education of College Women.
Nationally she is chairman of the Interna-
tional Relations Section of the American
Association for Health, Physical Educa-
tion, and Recreation. She has had ex-
tensive experience in teaching in social
GARLAND H. WILLIAMS
Coach Williams, who came
to Stetson in 1956 as assistant
football coach, is director of
men's intramurals. In his
first year in this capacity, he
almost doubled the number of
men participating in this pro-
gram of the physical educa-
tion department. In college,
he played football at Georgia
and later was a member of
the Brooklyn Dodgers foot-
ball team. He played in
three bowls: Rose, Sugar and
Orange, as an undergraduate.
Members of the Men's Intramural Board are, standing, from left: Don Ray, Frank Ford, Jon Hendrickson, Bill
Able and Joe Spikes. Front row: Jerry Johnson and Ross Carter.
Stetson Hatters, back row, from left: Head Coach Glenn Wilkes, Jim Kitchens, Bob Hearin, Ken Lawson. Don Iverson, John Dompe,
Fred Jefferson, Assistant Coach Dan Harbin, and Assistant Coach Forest Hansen. Front row: Bill Schneider, Gene Wells, Mel
Gregory, Ralph Miller, Jack Parker, and Jack Carson. Seated in front: Don Ray.
Coach Wilkes, in his first year at Stetson,
produced a winning team during the season
but lost in the finals of District 25, NAIA Bas-
ketball Tournament. Many new records were
set during the season. Already looking for-
ward to next year, Wilkes has scheduled
games with the University of Louisville and
the University of Dayton, both basketball
powers. Wilkes played intercollegiate basket-
ball at Mercer and coached at Brewton-
Parker College before coming to Stetson.
Head Coach Glenn Wilkes
In Your Stetson Bonnet, With the Green and White Upon It
CO-CAPTAIN JIM KITCHENS
Times-Union All-State Team
Fourteen of the 16 players named to the Florida Intercollegiate Soccer League's all-star team at the loop's
meeting are shown below. Seated, from left, are Roberto Mundi, Ed Flory, Larry Hoyt and Dennis Learned,
all of Rollins. Standing, from left, are Carl Abendroth, Bill Duncan, Richard Pike and Ed Kolasko, all of
Florida Southern; Bill George, Ronald Thompson, Mel Christman and Larry Stowe, all of Stetson, and
Ernesto Del Rio and Paul Tierman, both of Jacksonville University. Not show are two other JU players
named to the team, Alfred Martin and Bose Koldeway.
1958 Baseball hopefuls, front row, from left: Co-Captain Dick Saltrick, Dawson McQuaig, Fred Roberts, Bob Jane, John Dick-
son, Ed L'Heureux, Jim Harrell, Charlie Fleishman, Bill Carr, Sonny Stephenson and Don Smith. Second row, Ed Laughary, Jim
Krider, Russell Sikes, Bob Vostry, Head Coach Carl H. "Doc" Johnson, Bruce Walton, Jerry Kern, Jack Shewan, Don Ray, Paul
Hendrix, J. L. Tyra, Bob Robertson, and Larry Stowe.
March 12-13 — University of Miami
March 17-18 — Georgia Tech
March 24 — Florida Southern
March 28 — Jacksonville University
April 1-2 — Georgia Teachers
April 3-4 — Valdosta State
April 8 — Florida Southern
April 9 — Jacksonville University
April 15 — University of Tampa
April 18-19— Rollins College
April 22 — Florida Southern
April 25-26— Rollins College
April 28-29 — Georgia Teachers
May 2-3 — Florida State
May 6 — Florida Southern
May 9-10 — University of Miami
May 14 — University of Tampa
Pitcher Dick Saltrick, left, receives instruction in batting from Ross
Carter as Bill Carr looks on. At right is Head Coach "Doc" Johnson.
Drill was once part of Physical Education at Stetson.
1958 TENNIS SCHEDULE
The schedule follows:
March 7 Florida Southern
March 14 University of Florida
March 21 Jacksonville University
March 25 Duke University
March 29 Jacksonville — Navy .
March 31 College of Charleston
April 1 University of South Carolina
April 2-3 Erskine College at Due West,
April 4 Emory University
April 5 Mercer University
April 8 Murray (Ky.) State
April 12 Jacksonville University
April 19 Florida State University
April 22 University of Florida
April 26 Florida Southern College
April 30 Rollins College
May 15 Rollins College
Tennis Match of Another Day at Stetson.
Stetson Women in Sports —
Today and Yesterday
Stetson Men in Sports-
Today and Yesterday
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The College of Law of John B. Stetson University is Florida's oldest law
school and was established in October of 1900. It was located in DeLand
until the summer of 1954. At this time the College was moved to a new
ten-acre campus in the Gulfport section of St. Petersburg, Florida. The
new location provides ready access to the courts, agencies, and all institu-
tional facilities of the entire Tampa Bay metropolitan area.
Since 1909, as provided in a statute enacted in that year, this law school
has maintained the course of study approved by the Supreme Court of
Florida, so that graduates of the school have been admitted to the Bar of
Florida without the necessity of taking the bar examination. For many
years the school has been on the accredited list of the American Bar
Association and has been a member of the Association of American Law
Schools. These two associations have been the primary forces in the im-
provement of legal education and are the two recognized accrediting agen-
cies of law schools.
The law course is based primarily upon the study and discussion of
reported cases, supplemented by lectures and assigned readings in textbooks
and legal periodicals. The faculty endeavors to give such training and in-
struction as will fit young men and women for the active duties of the
office and courtroom. At the same time effort is made to impress upon
the students a high conception of the ethics of the legal profession, without
which, knowledge of the law may be detrimental both to the individual and
to the State. Effort is further made to search for and evaluate the philosophy
which underlies the various principles of law.
On March 8, 1958, Governor LeRoy Collins gave the address at the cere-
monies dedicating the new Dana Law Library. Charles A. Dana, the
New York philanthropist, was among the distinguished persons present for
M. D. NELSON
STEVEN CRUZ SANTA
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Charles A. Dana Law Library at St.
Petersburg is Dedicated at Impressive
Ceremonies in March.
Presentation and Acceptance of Library
THE DANA PORTRAIT.
GOVERNOR LEROY COLLINS,
Governor Collins and Mr. Dana Greet Guests at Reception After Formal
Mrs. Collins, Mrs. Edmunds, and Mrs. Dana
And also Mrs. Ambrose L. Cram,
who gave the carillon bells, takes
her place next to Mrs. H. L.
The students get into the act
as they take Dana portrait to
the new library building.
STETSON and DELAND
Have marched hand in hand for 75 years —
We are proud of the co-operative spirit that exists between the people of
our community and the officials and students of Stetson University.
Our Congratulations on Your 75th Anniversary
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Graduates of the Class of '58
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JOHN B. STETSON CO
1. Every rat must recite or sing upon request:
a. The Alma Mater
b. Fight Songs
7. All reasonable requests of upper classmen
will be obeyed.
S. These rules will be followed 'til October
5th — 6 p.m.
2. Handbooks will be carried at all times.
3. Rat caps are to be worn until 6 p.m. (on
and off campus. ) Names must be printed
on the brims of the caps.
4. Girls are to wear no makeup during Rat
5. Boys must carry a raw egg with them at all
6. Freshmen will wear special clothing to be
designated for each day. (eg. Girls — sacks
over dresses, pigtails, tennis shoes. Boys —
Raincoats over pajamas, signs on back stat-
ing, "I am a lowly Rat.")
VV e would like to take this opportunity to thank the student body of Stetson University for the honor of compil-
ing the 1958 HATTER. We realize the impossibility of adequately representing every phase of all of the activities
at Stetson University; however, we have made every effort to achieve perfection and we hope that this yearbook
will help each person here to retain some of the pleasant memories of Stetson University and 1957-58.
We realize that a "Togetherness" and "Oneness of Ideal" is needed for a good publications of any kind. Con-
sequently, the yearbook would not be a reality without the invaluable help of the staff which includes Sara Wilker-
son, Introduction ; Classes Editor, Patsy Morgan; Freshman Class Editor, Suzanne DeLettre, Sophomore Class
Editor, Sally Bureau, Junior Class Editor, Carol Webb, Senior Class Editor, Bill Rhinehart ; Hall of Fame,
Mary Sara Carter; Vanity Fair, Anita Anderson; Administration, Ann Anderson; Activities Editor, Marcia Fa-
ragher; Greek Editors, Betty Sharpe and Art Dasher; Organizations Editor, Mary Leslie Addison; Snapshop Edi-
tor, Gail Compton; Sports Editor, George McLarry; Military Editor, George Owens; Layouts, Judy Ross; Copy-
ists Marilyn Lazarus and Carolyn Miller, Secretary to Business Manager, Joanne Owens, and assistant Business
Manager, Bob Sullins. We would also like to thank Mr Blan Taylor who is in charge of publications at Stetson
University for his many hours of guidance.
It has taken a lot of work to put out this annual but our only hope is that you, the student body, will enjoy
and treasure it as much as we treasure the honor of being chosen to put it out.