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Dr. Doak S. Campbe
Concluding his sixteenth year as President of the Florida State University, Dr. Doak S.
Campbell, one of the nation's foremost educators, will retire from an active career in education
During his administration here, Dr. Campbell has seen the campus change from a woman's
college to a co-educational university, more than double in enrollment, and has helped put
into effect the expansion programs which have accounted for the remarkable growth of this
On the national scene, Dr. Campbell served as a consultant to President Roosevelt's
Advisory Committee on Education in 1937, and is a past president of the Southern Association
of Colleges and Secondary Schools. He is also recognized as a national authority on curriculum,
and has written a great d?al on that subject.
In his plans for the future, Dr. Campbell intends to devote more time to the field of
education in his writing, and by serving as a consultant in higher education.
Governor LeRoy Collins has the unique distinction of
being the only governor of the State of Florida to be. elected
for two consecutive terms.
He first took office in 1954, when he was elected to fill
out the remaining two years of the late Governor Dan McCarty's
term, and again in 1957 when he was re-elected by an over-
whelming first-primary victory.
Prior to this, Governor Collins can claim eighteen years of
service to Florida in the State Legislature. He was elected to
the House of Representatives in 1935 and in 1940 was elected
to the State Senate. He served in this capacity — except for
a tour of duty in the Navy — until his election to the governor-
ship in 1954.
LeRoy Collins was born in Tallahassee in 1910. In 1932
he married Mary Call Darby, the great-granddaughter of Rich-
ard Keith Call, one of the early territorial governors of Florida.
The Collinses have four children — Roy, Jr., a recent grad-
uate of the Naval Academy, Jane, Mary Call, and Darby.
Dr. Albert Martin
Seated, left to right; Hon. Ralph L. Miller, Chairman; Hon. Fred H. Kent; Hon. J. Lee Ballard; Hon. Hollis Rinehart. Standing,
Hon. James J. Love, Vice Chairman; Hon. R. H. Gore, Sr.; Hon. Kendrick Guernsey; Dr. J. B. Culpepper, Executive Secretary.
Dr. R. R. Oglesby
Dean of Students
Miss Katherine Warren
Dean of Women
Dr. Samuel R. Neel
Dean of Men
Dr. James F. Carr
Associate Dean of Men
Mr. R. K. Shaw
Treasurer and Business Manager
Dr. Norman L. Kilpatrick
Director of Libraries
Miss Elizabeth Lynn
Assistant Dean of Women
Dr. Melvene D. Hardee
Coordinator of Counseling
Mr. Charles H. Walker
Mr. John T. Flournoy
Director, Personnel Records
Dr. Haviland Hathaway
Director, Student Health Service
Mrs. Margaret Blair
Acting Director, Vocational Guidence and Placement
Mr. Edward D. Whittlesey
Director, Public Relations
Dr. W. Hugh Stickler
Director, Educational Research and Service
Dr. Reid H. Montgomery
Adviser, Student Publications
Dr. Hilda E. Tinney
Coordinator of Counseling and Guidance
Dr. Mark DeGraff
Director, Test Service Bureau
Mr. Frank E. Bean
Adviser, Foreign Students
Miss Marie Williams
Director of Social Activities
Mr. Robert T. Leigh
Director of Publications
hopeful trips to the Post Office
the muffled rumble
of bowling alleys . .
butterflies during finals . . .
and loafer-shod feet.
The College of Arts and Sciences is dedicated to the type
of educational program wh.ch emphasizes general and liberal
training in the humanities, social sciences, and natural sciences.
More a»d more this broad training is being demanded by
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Dr. Charles S. Davis
Dean, College of Arts & Sciences
arts & sciences
languages . . . humanities . . . sciences . . .
blackboards . . . visual aids . . . interns
papers to grade
DR. MODE L. STONE
Dean, School of Education
Students in the School of Education pursue programs leading
to teaching careers in nursery, kindergarten, elementary, second-
ary and junior college; in special education, guidance, and per-
sonnel work; as specialists in adult, art, driver, health, industrial
arts, language arts, mathematics, modern and foreign language,
physical, science, social studies, and vocational education; as
school administrators and supervisors; as teacher educators; and
as school finance, building, transportation, and research specialists.
The expanding program has enrolled 1760 resident university
students, including both undergraduate and graduate students.
The University School, enrolling 735 students, provides laboratory
experience for the preparation of school personnel. One hundred
thirty-nine faculty members are engaged in research, in teaching
on-campus and extension classes, and in various consultative ser-
vices to the people throughout the state of Florida.
DR. CHARLES A. ROVETTA
Dean, School of Business
The present need for professional education for
business administration is clearly defined. Modern busi-
ness operations and management demand an increasingly
high order of technical knowledge and administrative
skill. It is now widely recognized that in business, as in
law, engineering, or medicine, formal professional edu-
cation is of vital importance in preparing for a career.
Education for business offers significant advan-
tages. It conserves time by shortening the period of
apprenticeship for higher executive responsibility. It pro-
vides a breadth of knowledge and perspective of complex
business problems which are difficult to acquire through
experience alone. More important, it supplements ex-
perience and greatly enhances its worth by supplying
the valuable insight of theory and basic principles.
The management of the forthcoming decade must
be more analytical than at present. In addition, a new
responsibility must be incorporated and emphasized —
that of creative thinking and planning.
In the highly competitive executive area of tomor-
row, creative imagination may well become the factor
determining career advancement. Education designed to
advance methods of analysis, formation of value judg-
ments, and creative imagination are incorporated within
the curriculum of the School of Business.
DR. KARL O. KUERSTEINER
Dean, School of Music
The School of Music accommodates all levels of musical interest from the
child in primary school to the candidate for a doctoral degree.
National recognition came to the school in 1930, when the National As-
sociation of Schools of Music admitted it to fully accredited membership.
A variety of curricula are offered: Bachelor's degrees with majors in Instru-
mental or Vocal music, Piano Teaching, Music Education, both instrumental and
choral, and Music Therapy; Master's Degrees in Applied Music, Theory, Compo-
sition, History and Literature, Sacred Music, and Music Education; and Doctor's
Degrees in Music Education, Piano Literature, Theory and Music Education.
Faculty members of outstanding achievement in their fields include Dr.
Dohnanyi, who was a featured soloist at the Edinburg Festival in Scotland; Mr.
Carlisle Floyd, whose opera "Susannah" had its New York premiere as he accepted
a Guggenheim scholarship award; and Dr. Housewright and Dr. Rigsby, who spent
the year in Japan and Austria, respectively, on Fullbright scholarships.
Some of the students' accomplishments must also be mentioned; the per-
formance of an opera, "See the Wind", written by senior Ryan Edwards; the
award to David Ward-Steinman of a scholarship to Aspen Music School to study
composition under Darius Milhaud; and the Marie Morrisey Award given to pianist
James Stafford by the National Federation of Music Clubs.
DR. MILTON W. CAROTHERS
Dean, Graduate School
The Graduate School administers graduate programs in all depart-
ments of the University except the School of Nursing. Doctoral programs
ore offered in Music, Education, Home Economics, Government, Humanities,
Spanish, English, Biological Oceanography, Botany, Zoology, Chemistry,
Physics, Meteorology, Sociology, Physiology, Psychology, Speech, Home and
Family Living Education, Counseling, and Research.
All graduate students are eligible to apply for a limited number of
Graduate Fellowships. Graduate Assistantships are available through the
departments. Numerous research projects offer valuable educational ex-
perience and financial assistance to graduate students.
The Graduate School Office is now housed in the Graduate School
Building, which was formerly the Library Building. A part of this building
will be used for social and other activities of graduate students.
Special facilities for graduate students have been provided in the
new Library School. Substantial additions in holdings have been made to
support the rapidly expanding graduate program.
microfilm . . . document's . . . records . . . books
DR. LOUIS SHORES
Dean, Library Science
Librarianship has suddenly become a profession of destiny. Librarians are
now one of the main components of the psychological army abroad and at
home. FSU graduates are serving all over the world in the libraries and in-
formation centers of the U. S. Department of State and of the Armed Forces.
Librarians are now full partners in industry research and in the scientific
laboratories of the United States.
The decision of Congress to appropriate seven million dollars annually
for the next five years to assist in the extension of free public library service
to rural areas creates a tremendous demand for public librarians.
The introduction of bibliographers on the staffs of college and university
libraries stimulates a new demand for Ph. D. librarians doubly trained in
librarianship and in the sciences, social sciences, or humanities.
Finally, schools all over the country have moved to establish material
centers in the elementary schools and high schools. For that reason librarian-
ship has now become the number one shortage in the index of teacher demand
in the United States.
FSU has the only nationally accredited professional Library School within
a radius of 500 miles of the center of Florida. Its program leads to the basic
master's degree which can be completed in one calendar year. Librarianship
is fundamentally concerned with the dissemination of good ideas and the
study of all the media of communcation.
sunlight dappling the campus .
quick trips to the coast . . .
sparsely populated classes
the spangled magic of Circus
the picnic-look of walking shorts . . .
suntans at the Gulf
to marriage or midterms
a wash and polish job on the car
and jubilation at a brother's pinning.
DR. COYLE E. MOORE
Dean, School of Social Welfare
The School of Social Welfare offers
programs of education and training on
both the undergraduate and graduate
levels for those preparing for positions
in social work, social welfare, mental
health, criminology and penology, and
marriage and family counseling. Many
students majoring in the School of So-
cial Welfare qualify to teach social
studies in the high school or to teach
in the elementary grades. Other students
combine a major in social welfare with
the equivalent of a major in psychology,
political science, journalism, sociology,
public administration, or some other field.
Many pre-ministerial or pre-law stu-
dents find social welfare an excellent
undergraduate major as basic prepara-
tion for their profession.
The Division of Marriage and Family
Living in the School of Social Welfare
offers a number of courses ranging from
"Preparation for Marriage" to "Marriage
Counseling" that prepare people for
choosing mates wisely and for intelligent
In all of its educational programs,
the School ties up theory with practice
through field trips, demonstrations, work-
shops and internships. The student in so-
cial welfare courses comes to grips with
reality which makes for vital and dynamic
learning as well as effective teaching.
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The School of Public Administration is the only school cf government in the South, and one of the few in the nation.
Though less than ten years old, the School has already become recognized throughout the United States, drawing students
from all sections of the country and from foreign countries.
It has pioneered a number of programs and courses which have been adopted in other universities. An example is the
School's Federal Lecturer Program, which has brought to the campus as visiting lecturers top officials of the Federal Gov-
ernment. A similar program for state officials brings into the classroom each year members of the State Cabinet and other
top State officials.
Members of the School's faculty are continually taking part in programs of research and advice for state and local
governmental officials of Florida. These governmental problems and experiences are shared with students in the classroom.
The internship program of the School is another way in which students are able to see first hand how government actually
Graduates of the School of Public Administration are found in increasing numbers of key positions in state, city, county,
and Federal government. The State Budget Director, the Director of the Florida Securities Commission, the Assistant Per-
sonnel Director of the State Road Department, the Business Manager of the State Board of Control, and many others are
graduates of the School.
Journalism graduates are at work in New York, Chicago, and other
distant cities as well as in the South. Many of them report news for news-
papers, radio, or television. Others teach, work on magazines, or are in
advertising and public relations.
In 1956-57 the faculty of the School of Journalism reviewed and
revised the curriculum. The undergraduate program in television and radio
received special attention. The graduate program also was modified con-
siderably. Additional equipment was added to the television-radio labora-
Four offices, a lecture room, and reporting and editing laboratories
in the Reynolds Annex eased the space problem in the Journalism Building.
An advertising layout laboratory was set up in the basement of the Women's
Dean Laurence R. Campbell was re-elected executive secretary for
the Florida Scholastic Press Association. Professor Earl Mclntyre was ap-
pointed executive secretary of the Florida Association of Magazine Pub-
lishers. Professor Royal H. Ray was ; n charge of the distribution center of
the Advertising Federation of America, Fourth District. Professor Daniel F.
Wozniak expanded radio-television workshop activities. Professor Richard
Joel served as national vice-president of Alpha Delta Sigma. Gamma Alpha
Chi won honors in national competition.
DR. LAURENCE R. CAMPBELL
Dean, School of Journalism
patterns . . . material . . . menus . . . recipes
The School of Home Economics moved last September into its spacious
new building and for the first time in several years all departments in the
school are housed in one building.
Major programs at both the undergraduate and graduate levels may be
found in the Departments of Clothing and Textiles, Food and Nutrition,
Home and Family Life, Home Demonstration Education, Home Economics,
Education and Institution Administration. Graduates from any of these
areas will find many opportunities for personal or professional use of their
Home economists are needed in so many areas that the supply of
graduates has never yet equalled the number of positions open.
For the college student wishing interesting work with a future, Home
Economics should be one of the areas considered.
The student interested in the sciences may wish to major in Nutrition,
Food Technology, Textiles or Household Administration; the student with
artistic ability and may find that a major in Interior Design or Fashion Design
is more to her liking; while the student interested in the social sciences may
wish to specialize in Child Development, Family Relations or to combine a
major in Nutrition with courses fitting her for public health careers. These
are only a few of the opportunities available. The teacher of Home Eco-
nomics, the home demonstration agent or the commercial home economist
will find opportunities awaiting her within or without the State.
DR. MARGARET R. SANDELS
Dean, School of Home Economics
The Florida State University School of Nursing offers two
programs leading to the Bachelor of Science Degrees in Nursing
or Nursing Education. Both programs are planned to include
the full general educational requirements of the University,
giving all nurses a solid foundation on which to base their
The first program prepares the student just out of high
school to develop to her fullest potential in her abilities to make
intelligent decisions and practice positive mental and physical
health, as well as to learn about hospital care of patients. Pub-
lic health agencies, a mental hospital, a nursery school, a large
general hospital, a tuberculosis hospital, and rural hospitals
all contribute to the basic education of these students.
The second program prepares nurses who are already
registered to assume leadership positions in many areas in
nursing. This is done through a core curriculum centered about
principles in administration and teaching.
Both programs are concerned with the needs of nursing in
this state and region, although graduates of the programs can
already be found in the worldwide setting.
MISS VIVIAN M. DUXBURY
Dean, School of Nursing
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LT. COL. CHARLES H. CALHOUN
The mission of the Army ROTC Program
is to develop educated, well-rounded leaders
to officer our nation's armies during periods
of national emergency. The program affords
a student the opportunity to combine his
military duties with academic preparation
for his future career.
The Program of Instruction follows the
General Military Science Curriculum and
consists of two years each basic and ad-
vanced courses. Successful completion of the
program leads to a reserve commission of
second lieutenant in any branch of the Army,
depending upon service requirements and
individual student training, choice and back-
ground. Distinguished military students may
receive appointments in the Regular Army.
Specifically, the program prepares young
men for positions of command and develops
in them essential knowledge and character-
istics of an officer. It embraces subjects
common to all branches of the Army, in-
cluding psychology of leadership, personnel
management, military administration, mili-
tary history, map and aerial photograph
reading, military operations and logistics,
teaching methods, weapons and their em-
ployment and command and staff proce-
Classroom instruction is supplemented by
practical field work, engaged in by mem-
bers of the advanced course during attend-
ance at a six weeks summer camp at a reg-
ular Army installation.
maps . . . rifles . . . drill . . .
manuals . . . parades
COL. HOWARD J. WITHYCOMBE
The mission of the Air Force ROTC Unit
is to provide an Air-Age Citizenship Course
and to select and train cadets as future lead-
ers in the United States Air Force.
The four-year ROTC program is divided
into a basic and an advanced course, each
of two years' duration. The basic course is
designed to familiarize the student with the
characteristics and capabilities of air power,
weapons, and operations. Selected cadets
are invited to take familiarization rides in
USAF aircraft. Other activities provide ca-
dets the opportuity to participate in the
Cadet Band, Precision Drill Team, Rifle
Team, and newspaper.
The Advanced Course provides qualified
and selected cadets with generalized training
in the fields of Leadership, Air Power Con-
cepts, Administration and the military as-
pects of World Political Geography. Selec-
tion for the Advanced Course is based on
such factors as leadership, academic ad-
vancement, and physical qualifications. Ad-
vanced cadets who qualify for pilot training
are given 35 to 40 hours of flight instruction
during their senior year.
Seniors have class distinction . . .
families . . .
troubles . . .
sophomore brothers and sisters
and pictures for the yearbook.
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Student Government . . . Publications . . .Dorm Government
Seniors . . . Undergraduates
iss F S U . . . Campus Queens
Sororities . . . Fraternities
Honoraries . . . Clubs
Advertising . . . Index
UDENT GOVERNMENT • DORM GOVERNMENT • PUBLICATIONS
The Student Government has three di-
visions of power patterned after our Na-
tional Government. A Student Body
Constitution outlines the duties, offices
and authority of these branches.
The Executive Branch is composed of
the President, the President's Cabinet,
and three Vice-Presidents. The Legisla-
tive powers of Student Government rest
in the Student Senate. This year, for the
first time, Senators have been elected to
represent both classes and living areas.
The highest court of the Judicial
Branch of Student Government is the
Honor Court. The University Court, bet-
ter known as Judiciary, has jurisdiction
over violations of regulations concerning
the conduct of all students. Traffic Court
handles all traffic and parking violations
involving student cars, and makes recom-
mendations regarding traffic policies on
campus. Off Campus Court functions for
sorority women as the Dorm House Coun-
cils for their residents.
Student Body President
Working together on many issues concerning
the Student Body, the Student Senate and the
President's Cabinet have major accomolish-
ments in several areas. In January library hours
were extended until 10 p.m. on Sundays. Two
student policemen have been employed by the
University to check on traffic violations. As a
result of Senate investigations and recommen-
dations both the University and Morrison's Food
Service have increased their wages. Student
lobbyists have been registered with the State
Legislature for the purpose of furthering stu-
dent interests. SHARES has been organized to
raise money, through benefits and donations,
for scholarships for Hungarian Students
Men's Vice President
Women's Vice President
President's Cabinet: Bob Elting, Secretary of Student Welfare; Carmine Ranieri, Secretary
of Student Events; Arnold Greenfield, Attorney General; Mitzi McCullough, Secretary of
Elections; Jim Mclntyre, Secretary of Honor; Dave Bachman, President; Norma Trippodo,
Secretary of Organizations; Barbara Jefferies, Secretary of the Interior; Evelyn Moll, Secretary
of Finance; Jan Kaminis, Secretary of State.
Student Body Vice President
Men's Senate' Front row left
to right. Harold Williams, Don
K. Lewis, Ronnie Blue, Jim
Soles, Bob Murray, Fred Rob-
erts, Alden Gilmore. Second row.
Dick Crawford, Jack Lang,
Bucky Cannon, James Baird,
Jim Moore, Gerry Gordon,
Frank Fain, Bob Porter. Third
row. Mike Copps, Ramon Ar-
nold, Charles Van Delinder. Not
pictured: Jack Montgomery.
Women's Senate: Front row left
to right. Cynthia Lawrence,
Judy Ramsey, Pat Mickler, Pol-
ly Atwater, Pat Finlay, Carolyn
Close, Diane Godin. Second row.
Barbara Moore, Betty Faye
Horner, Pat Manning, Barbara
Watson, Prise i I la Moss, Ev
Lomaistro, Kay Ready. Not pic-
tured: Charlotte Patten, Faye
Moses, Bennie Jo Cozart, Mary
Secretary of Senate
Serious Soles sits.
'Any new business?'
• • • judicial
Chief Justice of Honor Court
Honor Court has jurisdiction over violations
of the Honor Code, the constitutionality of all
laws passed by the Student Senate, and appeals
from the lower courts.
For the first time Honor Court notices have
been posted on campus reviewing the results of
cases so students may be aware of the function-
ing of the court.
Composed of a Chief Justice, Clerk, and eight
representatives elected by the student body,
Honor Court has a range of power including ex-
pulsion subject to review and recommendation
by a Faculty review Committee.
Left to right: Carol Roth, Barbara Burkhardt, Phyllis Patten, Love Scarborough, Polly Swain, Clerk; Bill Man-
ning, Chief Justice; Don Alford, Bill Strickland, Dick Fregoe, Karl Edwards.
Women's Court: Left to right. Gretchen Kerr, Nancy Johnson, Nancy Worrall, Martha
McGinnes, Jane Salley, secretary; June McManus, chairman; Ann Munroe, Barbara
Hendrix, Martha Grizzard, Judy Dekle, Mary Margaret Williams.
Chairman of University Court
Men's Court: Left to right. Ray Mc-
Coy, Dick Lukas, Earle Peterson,
Neeley Alexander, chairman, John G.
Brown, Charlie Sizer. Not pictured Bob
Duke, John C. Calhoun, Bob Saltz.
Traffic Court: Left to right. Ruth Johnson, Secretary; Mary Frances Horn, Patty Pasciak,
Chief Justice, Joanne Thompson.
Chairman of Off Campus Court
Off Campus Court: Front row Left to
right. Sue Maxwell, Gary McAteer,
Emilie Hudson, Nancy Johnson, chair-
man, Pat Warner, Cora Ann Manning.
Back row. Eleanor Erwin, Pat Brazil,
Ann George, Nancy Jo Bowers, Ann
Williams, Carol Daily, Ann Elliott,
Ann Riley, Alice McDonald, Alma
Wandeck, Shirley Ison, Grace Schmidt.
off campus court
Striving to maintain the Ail-American rating
awarded to the Florida Flambeau last year, the staff
endeavors to give its readers creditable presentation
of features, sports, editorials, student opinion and
news, on a national as well as a local level. As well
as news items and editorials the Flambeau features
Herblock cartoons, a review of campus events, letters
to the Editor and the ever popular Little Man on
Campus by Dick Bibler. Additions to the Flam-
beau during the past year have included Peanuts by
Schultz, the cartooon drawings by Don Heidel and
a society page in the Friday edition.
The cooperation of all divisions of the staff re-
sults in orderly confusion on Monday and Thursday
afternoons before the Flambeau goes to press. The
two main divisions of the staff are the editorial and
the business. The editorial staff headed by the Edi-
tor-in-Chief includes the feature and news editors
as well as the columnists and editorial writers. The
job of supplying the advertising and keeping the
books belongs to the business staff, headed by the
Assistant Business Manager
Sports Staff: Left to right. Bess Weller, Ronald Cold, Joe
Greene, Ben Balser, Frank Ramos, Larry Block, Sports Editor.
Left to right: Ruth Fritchie, Sr. Staff, Jeri Bradfield,
Campus Editor, Dave Fletcher, Sr. Staff, Sylvia Ward,
Society Staff, Nancy Gene Brown, Asst. Advertising Mgr.
Columists: Left to right: Oscar Johnson, Arnold Green-
field, Martin Dyckman, Jim Soles.
Left to right: Tom Sawyer, Photo Editor, Charlie Sizer,
Bill Watkins, Photographers.
Left to right: Helen Ireland, Ralph Morgan, Advertising
Staff, Johnny Hall, Circulation Manager.
Staff: Left to right. Elaine Belvin, Betty Sue Graham, John Boardman, Mary
Lou Suher, Else Newberry, Barbara Wyatt, Marsha Myrick, Marcello Truzzi,
Jack Norton, Marilyn Mason, Majel Hinson.
F. S. U.'s humor magazine is published "every so often" under the
leadership of these three photogenic students, and others who were
too shy to even have any picture taken.
The Smoke Signals staff and "assorted compatriots" annually spon-
sor a short story contest. This year, for the first time, one issue
of Smoke Signals was devoted entirely to the publication of a serious
literary edition featuring student talent.
Planning and work toward the 1957 Tally Ho started last
spring with the selection of the Editor and Business Manager.
Learning from the mistakes of previous years the staff has
revised and improved upon existing policies. The contracting of
a professional yearbook photographer for the class section,
composite rather than group pictures in the Greek section, and
an index of people and organizations pictured in the Tally
Ho have been among the improvements the staff feels have
helped make this Tally Ho an improvement over past editions
and a guide for the future.
We have endeavored to relate in words and pictures a
representative story of the past year at Florida State. Amid
the confusion of clacking typewriters, sorting pictures, phone
calls and many questions this Tally Ho has emerged. To those
who have contributed time and service we give our thanks.
Don Talmon, Business Staff, Arlene Sargent, Asst. Business Manager
Jeri Bradfield Schools
Gretchen Kerr Student Govt.; Dorm Govt.; Publications
Bob Moren Sports
Bob Wolfenbarger Sports
Betty Hatton Class
Desse Pinckard Greeks
Barbara Bertolett ... Greeks
Liz Schmitt Organizations
Vieva Bryan Mary Ann Lassiter
Eleanor Cain Russ Parrish
Barbara Card Timmie Perkins
Sally Lou Carlson Jerrie Shearouse
Derryl Grace Joyce Stocking
Joyce Day Charlotte Stoker
Monty Gillham Sidney Tally
Gloria Johnson Molly Walker
Kay Jordan Sandra Wilson
Gretchen Kerr, Editor, Student Govt., Dorm Govt., Publications; Liz Schmitt,
Editor, Organizations; Skip Maurer, Barbara Card, Eleanor Cain.
Seated Left to right. Joyce Day. Back row, Charlotte
Stoker, Jerri Shearouse, Sylvia Kearson, Mollie Walker,
Monty Gillham, Sidney Tally.
Seated Left to right: Derryl Grace, Mary Ann Lassiter,
Bob Wolfenbarger, Sports Co-editor. Back row. Bob
Moren, Sports Co-editor, Sally Lou Carlson.
Left to right. Betty Hatton, Gloria Johnson, Class Editors;
Desse Pinckard, Barbara Bertolett, Greek Editors.
Left to right. Jeri Bradfield, Schools Editor; Caroline
Watt, Vieva Bryan, Sandra Wilson, Index Editors.
board of student
The purpose of the Board of Student Publications is
to help maintain a high standard of journalism in student
publications. Its duties include the appointing of the
editor and business manager of each of the publications,
approving their budgets and financial statements, and
considering requests concerning their policies.
The publication of a literary magazine and a revision
of the Pow Wow have been topics considered by this
group during the past year.
Five students elected in the spring serve on this Board
along with three faculty members appointed by the
President. A student elected by the Board serves as
Chairman. Editors and Business Managers of all student
publications serve on the Board as non-voting members
along with Dr. Reid Montgomery, Advisor for Student
Left to right: Russ Parrish, Mr. Richard Joel, Dr. Elston Roady, Don Heidel, Laird Anderson, Alan Whitmarsh. Not pictured: Ann
Bohler, Dr. Earl Beck.
University television pro-
grams are produced by the
Office of Communications and
Radio. Typical of this activity
is the telecourse in basic con-
versational Spanish offered
through WCTV, channel 6,
Tallahassee, and WMBR-TV,
channel 4, Jacksonville. Facil-
ities of the Office of Communi-
cations and Radio are utilized
by instructional departments in
radio and television who supply
student talent for University
radio and TV programs and
films. The Office of Communi-
cations and Radio is headed by
Roy Flynn, Director of Radio
Dr Margaret Campbell of the Modern Languages faculty prepares for her
series "Let's Learn Spanish," the first University telecourse offered through
commercial television stations.
Werner Vagt, cinematographer for the Office of Communications and
Radio, adjusts lights for a sound-on-film sequence being shot in the main
Dr. Margaret Campbell in action.
A radio-TV Speech class rehearses a dramatic program
which will be tape-recorded for broadcast over WFSU-
FM. June Si I lay reads with Frank Kaney who is also
student operations assistant for the station.
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WFSU-FM, the University radio station, ex-
tends hi-fi University-level listening to an
audience within a fifteen mile radius of the
Music Building where beautiful studios and
an excellent outlay of equipment are located.
The station broadcasts a total of sixty-five
hours per week, and also serves as the pro-
duction center for programs aired through
commercial stations over the country via the
Tape Network. WFSU-FM is only one area of
activity supervised by the Office of Communi-
cations and Radio. Station facilities are also
used in preparation of sound tracks for Uni-
versity films produced by the department and
broadcast through commercial TV stations
of the state.
Roy Flynn, Director of Radio and Television, checks the schedule
with Barbara Waddell, student announcer, in the WFSU-FM an-
Florida State University music reaches listeners from the Virgin
Islands to Oregon via the Tape Network. Bill Ragsdale, chief engi-
neer for the Office of Communications and Radio, checks in tapes
with Patti Wisener, student producer of "Repeat Performance."
With heavy emphasis on hi-fi good music, Jean Cooper, music li-
brarian, fills a key post on WFSU-FM operations. She discusses each
new song-play selection with Ray Cheydleur, assistant-director of
women's dorm life
First row left to right. Jean Fussell,
social chairman. Back row. Shirley
McLendon, vice pres., B. J. Little,
pres., Linda Broderick, vice pres.
Front row left to right. Polly Atwater,
vice pres., Glenda Briscoe, pres., Gina
Francescon, social chairman. Back
row. Kay Decubellis, vice pres.
Left to right, Pat Arrants, social chr.;
Sara Jane Griffin, vice pres., Gayle
Gardner, vice pres., Joyce Weatherup,
Left to right. Sylvia Willis, social
chairman, Catherine Dunn, vice pres.,
Nina Williams, vice pres., Chris Ginoc-
First row Left to right. Barmell Bled-
soe, Nancy Womer, Motsy Cunning-
ham, Jeannette Burnsed, Marie Lock-
er. Back row. Jean Worley, social
chairman, Betty June Bishop, vice
pres., Doris Holt, pres., Nadine York,
vice pres., Mary Lou Yearty.
Left to right. Norma Trippodo, vice
pres., Nena Psares, pres., Regina Ray,
vice pres., Nancy Hudgins, social
chairman. Not Pictured Fran Wilson,
First row Left to right. Flo Simon,
Arlene Sloan, Penny Appleby, Sandra
Bass, Doris Hustin. Back row. Bitsy
McKeown, Lois Charlesworth, vice
pres., Pat Rooney, pres., Sandra Ro-
senberg, vice pres., Ethel Calhoun.
Left to right Cora Ann Hargrove, social chairman,
Eleanor Welbes, pres., Rosemary Hollander, vice pres.,
Mary Alice Croft, vice pres.
Front row left to right. Jacque Bouder, social chair-
man. Back row. Evie Morris, vice pres., Lisabeth
Stainer, pres., Irent Rodriguez, vice pres.
Left to right. Faye Moses, vice pres., Martha Trice,
pres., Pat Weeks, vice pres., Peggy Robinson, social
Lefr to right. Larry Moore, Bill Brenner, governor,
Frank Ramos, Ralph Peckham.
First row Left to right. Jack Taylor, Howell Winfree.
Back row. Tom Westhaver, David Curry, governor,
First row Left to right. Jim Arnold, Jim Fox, John
Counter. Back row. George Goldstein, Bob Moren,
governor, Al Matman.
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SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS
PAUL ORT President
RAY WAGNER Vice President
RUTH HENSHAW ROGERS _ Treasurer
DONNA HARDY Secretary
NANCY CUBBON Social Chairman
the senior class
ROW ONE: ELSIE R. ABBOTT, Pensacola; B.S. Education;
Wesley Foundation; Junior Counselor; Recreation Society 3, 4
. . . JANE ANN ABBOTT, Miami; B.S. Education; Baptist Stu-
dent Union, FTA . . . JOHN PATRICK ADAMS, Miami; B.S.
Arts and Sciences, Pre-Med; Pi Kappa Phi; Alpha Council;
Alpha Epsilon Delta 3, 4; Pershing Rifles 1; ROTC Rifle
Team 1 ; Biology Club 2; Newman Club; Phi Sigma 4 . . .
MARY LOUISE ALBRECHT, St. Petersburg; B.A. Education;
Sigma Delta Pi; ACE; FTA; Canterbury Club; Circus . . .
T. NEELY ALEXANDER, Pompano Beach; B.S. Business, Man-
agement; Alpha Tau Omega, Secretary 3, Treasurer 4; Men's
Judiciary, Chairman 4; Football Manager 1, 2; Wesley Foun-
dation . . . SION A. ALFORD, Chipley; B.S. Business; Kappa
Sigma; Alpha Kappa Psi; West Hall Governor . . .
Home Ec. Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Counselor . . . ANITA AN-
DERSON, Tampa; B.S. Elementary Education; Alpha Delta Pi;
Village Vamps; Sophomore Council; Gymkana Court 2; Circus
3; FTA 4 . . . GERALDINE ANDERSON, Jacksonville; B.A.
Arts and Sciences, Art; Delta Delta Delta; University Singers 3;
Gamma Alpha Chi Fashion Show 3 . . . THELMA SUTTON
ANDERSON, Ponce de Leon; B.S. Education . . . MAVRO M.
ARAMENDIA, Havana, Cuba; B.S. Arts and Sciences, Chem-
istry; Sigma Delta Pi . . . OLLIE MARION ARD, West Palm
Beach; B.S. Social Welfare; Delta Gamma, President 4; Junior
Counselor; Social Chairman Bryan Hall 3; Sophomore Council;
Tarpon; Social Work Club . . .
ROW TWO: DONALD OWEN ALFORD, Naperville, III ; B.S.
Arts and Sciences, Pre-Med; Sigmi Chi, Treasurer; Varsity
Basketball; Alpha Council; Judiciary 2; Honor Court 3, 4;
Gold Key; ODK . . . KATHERINE ALLEN, Jacksonville; B.M.E.
. . PAUL DELMER ALLEN, Brandenton; B.S. Business; Wes-
ley Players 3; Vice-President 4; West Hall Dorm Government 2
. . . BLANCHE ADELE ALLIGOOD, Key West; B.S. Education
JACQUELINE MARLENE ALTMAN, New Smyrna Beach;
B.S. Education, Early Childhood and Elem; Delta Gamma; ACE
3, 4; FTA 2; State Scholarship Club 1 ; Theatre Dance Group 3
. CORA R. AMY, Marianna; B.A. Library Science; Soltas . . .
ROW THREE: NAOMI YOUNG ANDERS, Gainesville; B.S.
Education, Home Economics; Westminister Fellowship; FTA 1;
ROW FOUR: PATTI LATRICIA ARMSTRONG, Tampa; B.S.
Education, Physical Education; Women's F Club 2, 3, 4, Secre-
tary 3; Sophomore Council; URA Secretary 2, Vice-President 3;
Physical Education Asso.; Student Advisor to Board of Student
Welfare 3; Assistant Intramural Manager 3; WNORC 3, 4;
AAHPER . . . FLORENCE HELEN ASHBY, Sarasota; B.M.E.;
Kappa Alpha Theta President 4; Tau Beta Sigma 2, 3, 4, Presi-
dent 3; Sigma Alpha lota 2, 3, 4; Baptist Student Union Foun-
dation Chairman 3, Vice-President 4; Sophomore Council; Jun-
ior Counselor; Mortar Board, Garnet Key, MENC; MTNA Sym-
phonic Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Concert Band 1, 2; Circus Band ], 2,
3, 4; Marching Chiefs 1,2, 3, 4; Dean's List; Vice-President
of School of Music; Who's Who . . . THEMISTOCLES WILLIAM
ASSIMACK, Tarpon Springs; B.S. Education . . . SARA ELIZA-
BETH ATKINSON, Tallahassee; B.S. Business, Retailing; Sigma
Kappa President 3, 4; Circus; Village Vamps; Fashion Institute;
Gamma Alpha Chi . . . BASIL W. ATWOOD, Baldwinsville,
N. Y.; B.S. Arts and Sciences . . . MAXINE JOY AUTEN, Sebas-
tian; B. S. Elementary Education; Delta Delta Delta; Women's
Glee Club 2, 3; Junior Counselor; Vice-President South Caw-
thon 4; NEA . . .
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ROW FIVE: TONY N. AVITABLE, Lindenhurst, N. Y.; B.S.
Journalism, Advertising; Alpha Delta Sigma; Baseball Team
2, 3, 4; FEDS; Pershing Rifles . . . BARBARA SYLVIA AYALA,
Tampa; B.A. Education, English; Alpha Gamma Delta Cor-
responding Secretary 3, 2nd Vice-President 4; Tally-Ho As-
sociate Editor 3, Editor 4; Epsilon Chi; Sigma Tau Delta; FTA;
Dean's List; Who's Who . . . MARY GAIL BASS, Leesburg;
B.A. Arts and Sciences; Canterbury Club . . . GEORGE WIL-
LIAM BABCOCK, Orlando; B.S. Business; Alpha Kappa Psi 1
Vets Club . . . SHIRLEY LORRAINE BABER, Green Cove Springs
B.S. Nursing . . . DAVID DWIGHT BACHMAN, Gainesville
B.S. Arts and Sciences, Social Science; Sigma Chi; Student
Body President; ODK President; Gold Key; Alpha Council; Stu-
dent Senate; Who's Who . . .
ROW SIX: MARILN YVONNE BACQUE, Miami; B.A. Arts
and Sciences; Gymkana; FTA; Pi Delta Phi; Cotillion; Circus
. . . JOHN REID BAGGETT, Jacksonville; Kappa Alpha; BSU
. . . AVERY DEAN BAKER, Worthington, Minn.; B.A. Arts and
Sciences . . . PATRICIA ANNE BAKER, Arlington, Va.; B.S.
Education; Gamma Phi Beta; Wesley Foundation . . . FREIDA
C. BARBER, Madison; B.S. Elementary Education . . .
ROW SEVEN: MARJORIE GLENDA BARBER, Madison; B.S.
Education; Epsilon Chi 4; FTA; BSU 1; ACE . . . RUBY JEAN
BARKER, Plant City; B.S. Education; Alpha Gamma Delta;
FTA; ACE; Circus . . . FRANK PERRY BARLOW, Largo; B.S.
Secondary Education; BSU; Transfer 1955 . . . ADA MAHON
BARNES, Riviera Beach; B.S. Arts and Sciences; Psychology
Club; Transfer Palm Beach Junior College . . . JOAN ALBA
BARROW, Pensacola; B.S. Elementary Education; FTA; Epsilon
Chi 3, 4; Transfer Pensacola Junior College, 1955 . . . TER-
RENCE K. BARROWS, Fort Lauderdale; B.S. Business; Phi Delta
Theta; Transfer Furman University . . . THOMAS R. BAR-
ROWS, Fort Lauderdale; B.S. Business, Marketing; Phi Delta
Theta; Transfer Furman University . . .
the senior class
ROW ONE: JOHN RILEY BARTON, JR., Clewiston; B.S.
Secondary Education; FTA 4; BSU; Vets Club 3, 4 ... H.
CARROLL BARWICK, JR., Winter Park; B.S. Business, Baking
Science & Management; Delta Sigma Pi 3, 4 . . . ROBERT
NILES BASHAW, Seffner; B.S. Arts and Sciences; American
Chemical Society, Treasurer 3, President 4; Westminister Fel-
lowship; CLO Business Manager I, 2; Dean's List; J. Velma
Keene Scholarship 3 . . . RICHARD MILTON BASSETT, Jupi-
ter; B.S. Arts and Sciences; Phi Alpha Theta Historian . . .
SARAH HELEN BATSON, Milton; B.A. Library Science; Soltas
Club . PHYLLIS ELEANOR BAUCINO, Miami; B.S. Educa-
tion; Gymkana; FTA; Cotillion . . .
ROW THREE: ROGER LEWIS BERRY, Pensacola; B.S. Busi-
ness; President Florida Hall 1 ; Alpha Kappa Psi; Scabbard and
Blade . . . ROBERT L. BETHEA, JR., Quincy; B.S. Arts and
Sciences, History; Marching Chiefs; Concert Band; Kappa
Pappa Psi 2, 3, 4 . . . LELAND W. BETHERS, Tallahassee;
B.S. Business; Alpha Kappa Psi; Vets Club . . . CLARE BEVIS,
Tallahassee; B.S. Library Science; Alpha Xi Delta; Soltas Club
3, 4; State Party Treasurer 3, Secretary 4 . . . NICK MICHEAL
BILLIRIS, Tarpon Springs; B.S. Education; Alpha Tau Omega
. . . ZOLA MAE BLAKESLEE, Stuart; B. A. Library Science; BSU
3, 4; FTA 4; Scholarship Holders Club 4; Soltas 3, 4 . . .
ROW TWO: LESLIE M. BAUR, Fort Lauderdale; B.S. Social
Welfare; Sigma Kappa . . . LENORA ANN BAUMGARTNER,
Pass-A-Grille; B.S. Nursing . . . JOHN ELLIS BEAVER, Burn-
ham, Pa.; B.S. Business, Baking Science and Management;
Bakers Club President 3 . . . KATHLEEN SUE BEEHLER, St.
Petersburg; B.A. Education, English; Sigma Kappa; Sigma Tau
Delta Secretary 4; Epsilon Chi 4 . . . GEORGE ERNEST BEN-
NETT, Miami; B.A. Arts and Sciences, Bacteriology; Alpha
Epsilon Delta . . . MARIAN LOUISE BENSON, Jasper; B.S.
Education, Speech Therapy and English; Kappa Alpha Theta;
Sophomore Council; Warpath Club 2; Junior Counselor; Wesley
Foundation Council 3, 4; Choral Union 1, 2; Sigma Tau Delta
3; Social Chairman 4; Sigma Alpha Eta 3, 4; Panhellenic Coun-
cil Secretary 3, President 4; Garnet Key Treasurer 4; Mortified;
Who's Who . . .
ROW FOUR: WILLIAM BLUMEN, Hartford, Conn.; B.S. Arts
and Sciences, Meteorology; Meteorology Club 2, 3, 4, President
2, Secretary 3; FEDS 3, 4 . . . BILLY RAY BOATRIGHT, Live
Oak; B.A. Arts and Sciences, Chemistry; Pi Kappa Phi Chaplain
2, 3, 4; American Chemical Society . . . GLORIA ANN BOHLER,
Ocala; B.S. Elementary Education; Alpha Chi Omega Rush
Chairman 3; Senior Class Executive Council; Garnet Key Sec-
retary 4; Judiciary 3; FTA; Epsilon Chi 3; BSU I; Panhellenic
4; Freshman Flunkies . . . PAUL R. BOWEN, Gainesville, Ga.;
B.S. Business; Lambda Chi Alpha . . . JOHN FRANKLIN BOYD-
STON, Tallahassee; B.S. Arts and Sciences, Economics . . .
ANNE WELLES BRADBURY, St. Petersburg; B. A. Arts and
Sciences; Pi Delta Phi, Secretary-Treasurer 4; President South
Cawthon 3 . . .
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ROW FIVE: FRANK M. BRADBURY, JR., St. Petersburg;
B.S. Accounting; Alpha Kappa Psi . . . JOAN P. BRADEN,
Zephyrhills; B.S. Home Economics; Phi Mu Rush Chairman 4;
Alpha Lambda Delta; Kappa Delta Pi; Omicron Nu President 4;
Home Economics Club . . CHARLES WILLIAM BRANNON,
Cottondale; B.S. Business, Personnel Management; Delta Sigma
Pi 4 . . . MARTHA ANN BRIGMAN, Vernon; B.S. Home Eco-
nomics; Gamma Alpha Chi 3, 4; Recording Secretary; Home
Economics Club 3, 4; Student Fashion Institute 3, 4 . . . CARO-
LYN BEATRICE BROWN, Pensacola; B.S. Arts and Sciences;
Kappa Alpha Theta; Speech Productions . . . JOHN W. BROW-
NELL, Westville; B.S. Education, Mathematics; Scholarship Club
2, 3, 4; FTA 3, 4; BSU; CLO 2, 3, 4 . . .
ROW SIX: THOMAS BRUCKNER, DeFuniak Springs; B.S.
Business, Accounting; Honorary Society of Student Accounts,
President 4; Honor Count Member Summer 3 . . . BEVERLY
SUE BRUNSON, West Palm Beach; B.S. Education, Elementary;
Alpha Gamma Delta Recording Secretary 4; Sophomore Council;
ACE 3, 4; FTA 3, 4; Choral Union; BSU Executive Council 3;
IF Week Committee 3, 4 EDWARD AUTHUR BUCHANAN,
Orlando; B.S. Business, Insurance and Real Estate; Vets Club;
Insurance and Real Estate Club . . . DAVID R. BUCHANAN,
Cecilia, Ky.; B.S. Education, Physical Education; Kappa Alpha
. . . ARTHUR HAROLD BUGGE, Tallahassee; B.S. Education
. . . ARTHUR PRICE BUHRMAN, St. Petersburg; B.M.E. Music;
Phi Mu Alpha; Kappa Kappa Upsilon; Marching Chiefs 1, 2, 3,
4; Circus Band 1 , 2, 3, 4; Symphonic Band 1,2, 3, 4; Orchestra
1, 2, 3 4; Light Opera Guild 3; WFSU-FM 2, 3, 4 . . .
ROW SEVEN: ARLENE LOUISE BUREAU, St Petersburg; B.S.
Nursing; Student Nurses Association 1 , 2, 3, 4; Circus 1 , 2, 3
. . . LOU ANN BURKHIM, Gainesville; B.S. Education, English;
Pi Beta Phi; Dean's List 3; FTA 2, 3, 4; Epsilon Chi 4 . . .
PHYLLIS ELIZABETH BURNHAM, Dania; B.S. Education, Busi-
ness; Dean's List . . . LOIS ELIZABETH BUSSEY, Cairo, Ga.;
B.S. Education, Social Studies; Alpha Delta Pi . . . RUTH JOAN
BYNUM, Gainesville; B.S. Education, Elementary; Alpha Delta
Pi; Tally-Ho 1 . . . PATRICIA LOUISE BYRD, St. Augustine;
B.S. Education, Business; Delta Gamma Treasurer 2, 3; New-
man Club 1; Warpath Club I; Village Vamps; Dean's List 1, 2.
the senior class
ROW ONE: WILLIAM CLYDE BYRD, Greenville; B.S. Busi-
ness, Management and Marketing; Delta Sigma Pi; Veterans
Club . . . NANCY CAMP, Columbus, Ga.; B.A. Elementary
Education; Pi Beta Phi; Circus 3, 4; Epsilon Chi 4; ACE 4;
Transferred from Sweet Briar . . . ROBERT C. CAMP, Talla-
hassee; B.S. Arts and Sciences, Economics; Delta Sigma Pi . . .
DOROTHY J. CAMPBELL, Tallahassee; B.S. Nursing, Nursing
Education . . . JOYCE MARLENE CAMPBELL, Panama City
Beach; B.S. Education, Early Childhood and Elementary; Sigma
Kappa Panhellenic Representative; FTA; ACE . . . MARY LOU
CAMPBELL, Tarares; B.S. Elementary Education; Wesley Foun-
dation Council 1, 3, 4; Wesley Players 1 , 2, 3, 4, President 3;
4-H Club; Punior Counselor; MENC 4; Choral Union 4 . . .
ROW TWO: FRANK DANIEL CANGELOSI, Havana, Cuba;
B.S. Hotel and Restaurant Management; B.A. from Emory Uni-
versity . . . FRANCES CAREY, Jacksonville; B.S. Arts and Sci-
ences, Art; Pi Beta Phi; Choral Union 3; Fashion Institute 4;
Delta Sigma Pi . . . MARY F. CARGILL, Savannah, Ga.; B.S
Education, English; Kappa Alpha Theta Secretary 3; Village
Vamps; Epsilon Chi . . . CLAUDETTE L. M. CARLEY, Miami;
B. S. Home Economics; Alpha Xi Delta; Home Economics Club
President 4; Marching Chiefs 1 ; Gymkana 1 ; Sandspur I ;
Gamma Alpha Chi 1, 2, Treasurer 3, President 4; Wesley
Foundation; Bit and Spur 1,2... EUGENE JOSEPH CARR,
Daytona Beach; B. S. Arts and Sciences, Industrial Relations;
Kappa Sigma Rush Chairman; Transfer West Virginia Uni-
versity, University of Florida . . . JOHN ANTHONY CARROLL,
JR., Tampa; B. S. Business . . .
ROW THREE: MARY CATHERINE CASEY, DeFuniak Springs;
B.S. Home Economics Education; Alpha Omicron Pi Vice-Presi-
dent 3, Preisdent 4; Gymkana 2, 3, 4; Circus 1 , 2; Fashion
Institute 3; Home Economics Club 1 , 2, 3, 4 . . . LORETTA
/'// just drink mine now.
IRIS CASTELLINO, Sao Paulo, Brazil; B.S. Arts and Sciences,
Chemistry; Sophomore Council; Junior Counselor; Alpha Lamb-
da Delta; American Chemistry Society 3, 4 . . . THOMAS B.
CASTIGLIA, Tallahassee; B.S. Journalism; Lambda Chi Alpha;
Tally-Ho Head Photographer 3; Flambeau Staff . . JOYCE
ELAINE CAYARD, Daytona Beach; B.M.
Symphony 1, 2, 3, 4; Women's Glee Club;
Sigma Alpha lota; Pi Kappa Lambda . .
CELLON, Alachua; B.S. Home Economics, Institution Adminis-
tration; Home Economics Club; Transferred from Mary Wash-
ington . . . NIDA CHAIXANIEN, Bangkok, Thailand; B.S.
Home Economics, Home Demonstration Education . . .
ROW FOUR: SANDRA DIAN CHAMPLIN, Tampa; B.S.
Home Economics Education; Alpha Omicron Pi; Fashion Insti-
tute; Gamma Alpha Chi; Circus . . . JANE CHAPMAN, Talla-
hassee; B.S. Social Welfare; Delta Gamma; Sophomore Council;
Junior Counselor; Reynolds Vice-President 3; Wesley Founda-
tion Secretary 4; Garnet Key; Mortified; Social Welfare Club
1, 2, 3, Treasurer 4 . . . CHARLES A. CHESTER, Perry; B.S.
Public Administration; Society of Public Administration 3; Stu-
dent Party Executive Council 3, Treasurer 3; President's Cabi-
net 3, Administrative Assistant 3; Football Student Manager
2, 3, 4; Lt. Governor Senior Hall 3; Senior Representative Sen-
ior Hall 4; Veterans Club; Arnold Air Society . . . LESTER H.
CHILDS, JR., Nicevelle; B.S. Education; Wesley Foundation;
Circus 2, 3, 4; Industrial Arts Club 1 , 2, 3, 4; Vets Club Char-
ter Member . . . DEBORAH FENNELL CLARK, Tallahassee;
B.A. Music; Delta Delta Delta; Choral Union 1, 2; University
Singers 1, 2; Women's Glee Club 1; Light Opera Guild 1;
Dean's List; BSU 1; State Scholarship 1,2... GEORGE JAMES
CLARK, Leesburg; B.S. Education; Industrial Arts Club; Dean's
List . . .
ROW FIVE: KATIE MOZELLE CLARK, Tampa; B.S. Educa-
tion; Wesley Foundation; Marching Chiefs 1; Junior Counselor
. . . MARGARET E. CLEMENT, Green Cove Springs; B.S. Busi-
ness; Baking Club Secretary-Treasurer 3, 4; BSU . . . CARO-
LYN KENDALL CLOSE, Coral Gables; B.A. Arts and Sciences,
Sociology and English; Delta Delta Delta Secretary 3; Women's
Vice-President 4; Student Senate 1, 2, 3; Mortar Board; Garnet
Key; Sophomore Council; Junior Counselor; Disciple Student
Fellowship President 1, Vice-President 4; University Singers 1,
2, 3; Sigma Tau Delta 3, 4; Debate Team 1 ; Student Party
Executive Council 3, 4; Dean's List; Who's Who . . . LELAND
JAMES CLOWERS, Tallahassee; B.A. Business; Delta Sigma Pi
President 2; Insurance and Real Estate Club 4 . . . LAURA
JACQUELINE COGGIN, Pensacola; B.S. Nursinq Education
. . . GRACE JOAN COLEMAN, Tallahassee; B. S. Arts and
Sciences, Speech Therapy; Alpha Gamma Delta; Tally-Ho
Staff 1, 2; Circus 1 ; Speech and Hearing Honorary 4 . . .
ROW SIX: SANDRA JEAN COLEMAN, Umatilla; B.S. Nurs-
ing; Student Nurses Association 1, 2, 3; University Singers 1
. . . FRANCES CAROLYN COLLINS, Jacksonville; B.A. Social
Welfare; Social Work Club 4 . . . WILBUR KNOX COLLINS,
Live Oak; B.S. Arts and Sciences, Sociology; Veterans Club 4;
Sociology Club 3, 4 . . . MARTHA ANN COMPTON, Jackson-
ville Beach; B.S. Business, Secretarial Science . . . IRMA E.
CONE, Greenville; B.S. Business . . . PATRICIA JOAN CONK-
LIN, Miami; B.A. Music; International Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Record-
ing Secretary 4; Canterbury Club . . .
ROW SEVEN: DONALD MARVIN CONLON, Pensacola; B.S.
Arts and Sciences, Zoology . . . BOBBY JEAN COOK, Jackson-
ville; B.S. Elementary Education; Alpha Delta Pi; FTA; Epsilon
Chi . . . DONNA JEAN COOPER, Bartow; B.A. Arts and Sci-
ences, Spanish; Delta Zeta Secretary 2; Choral Union 1; West-
minister Fellowship 1; Junior Counselor; WFSU-FM 3, 4 . . .
CONNELLE COOPER, Pensacola; B.S. Business, Business Ad-
ministration; Delta Tau Delta Treasurer; Delta Siqma Pi; Vets
Club . . . ALLAN MICHAEL CORDISH, Miami; B.S. Arts and
Sciences, Meteorology; Hillel Foundation; Alpha Phi Omeqa;
Meteoroloqy Club; Inter-Faith Fellowship . . . LEE RICHARD
CORSO, Miami; B.S. Education, Physical Education; Alpha Tau
Omega; F Club Vice-President; Gold Key; ODK; Football 1, 2,
3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 3; All-Florida Football Team
2, 3, 4; Player of the Nation, October 12-18, 1956; INS;
Who's Who . . .
the senior class
ROW ONE: DOLORES FRANCIS COSIO, Tampa; B.M. Music,
Piano; Alpha Lambda Delta; Pi Kappa Lambda 4 . . . JUDITH
ANN COULTER, Miami; B.S. Education, Elementary; Gamma
Phi Beta; FTA 1, 2, 4; Junior Counselor; Wesley Foundation
. . SORA ANN COULTER, Tallahassee; B.S. Home Economics;
Zeta Tau Alpha President 4; Wesley Foundation; Warpath
Club I; Sophomore Council; Choral Union 1; Fashion Institute
3, 4; Home Economics Club 4 . . . LUCY BARNETT COUNCIL,
Tampa; B.S. Elementary Education; Zeta Tau Alpha Recording
Secretary 4; Alpha Lambda Delta; Kappa Delta Pi 3, Cor-
responding Secretary 4; Sophomore Council; Wesley Founda-
tion; FTA; ACE 3, 4; Choral Union 2, 3; State Scholarship
Club 1, 2; Organists Guild Student Group 1, 2, 3; State Scholar-
ship Club 1, 2; Organists Guild Student Group 1, 2, 3, 4, Treas-
urer 2 . . MARGARET LOUISE COX, Vero Beach; B.S. Edu-
cation; Gamma Phi Beta; Westminister Fellowship . . . JOHNNY
M. CREEL, Sebring; B.M. A. Music; Delta Tau Delta; Kappa
Kappa Upsilon Treasurer 3; Phi Mu Alpha 2, 3; Collegians 2;
Symphony Band 1 , 2, 3, 4; Symphony 1 ; Marching Chiefs 1, 2,
3, 4; Circus Band 3, 4 . . .
ROW TWO: CURTIS MARVIN CROWE, Roanoke, Va.; B.S.
Business, Business Administration . . . NANCY ANN CUBBON,
Tallahassee; B.A. Arts and Sciences, Speech; Alpha Xi Delta
Rush Chairman 3, President 4; Senior Class Social Chairman;
Junior-Senior Prom Court 3; Garnet Key Vice-President 4;
Czar of Mortified; Village Vamps; Junior Counselor; Gamma
Alpha Chi; Radio and TV Workshop; Westminister Fellowship
Program Chairman 3; Sandspur 2; "Charlie's Aunt," "Ah,
Wilderness," "Carousel," "New Moon;" Secretary of Men's
Judiciary; Who's Who . . . BESSIE CAROLINE CULLISON,
Ocala; B.S. Education, Business; Scholarship Club; Pi Omega
Pi; Wesley Foundation . . . CARYL JAMES CULLOM, Talla-
One for you . . .
. . and one for me.
hassee; B.S. Elementary Education; Kappa Alpha Theta; Sweet-
heart of Sigma Alpha Epsilon 3; IFC Court 2; Wesley Founda-
tion Recreation Chairman 2 . . . FLORENCE M. CULPAN, Ft.
Lauderdale; B.S. Nursing Education . . . MARTHA JOAN
CUNDIFF, Live Oak; B.S. Elementary Education; Kappa Delta;
FTA . . .
ROW THREE: DOROTHY JOAN CUNNINGHAM, Jackson-
ville; B.S. Education, English; Alpha Gamma Delta Vice-Presi-
dent 4; Epsilon Chi 3, 4, President 4; Cotillion 3, 4; Sigma
Tau Delta 4; Board of Student Publications 3 . . . THOMAS
J. CUNNINGHAM, JR., St. Petersburg; M.S. Geography; Gam-
ma Theta Upsilon . . . CHRISTOPHER JAMES CURRAN, JR.,
Ft. Lauderdale; B.S. Public Administration; FEDS Vice-Presi-
dent; Newman Club; American Society Public Administration;
Florida Correctional Research Association . . . MARJORIE ANN
CURTIS, Tallahassee; B.S. Education; Alpha Lambda Delta;
Pi Omega Pi Recording Secretary 3, 4; FTA 3; Junior Counse-
lor .. . JOYCE VASQUEZ CUTRO, Tampa; B.S. Education;
FTA 2, 3, Membership Vice-President; Junior Counselor . . .
MARY FENN DANIEL, Chipley; B.A. Art Education; Zeta Tau
Alpha, Sigma Alpha lota 2, 3, 4; Kappa Delta Pi 2, 3, 4;
Chairman Campus Chest 3; Dean's List; Scholarship Club; Art
Club; Young Democrats Chairman; Sophomore Council; Junior
Counselor; President Reynolds Hall; Ways and Means Com-
mittee . . .
ROW FOUR: HELEN DARDIS, St. Petersburg; B.S. Education;
John Henry Newman Honor Key; Newman Club, Gymkana;
Alpha Lambda Delta; Dean's List . . . DENETTE DASINGER,
Chipley; B.S. Education; FTA; Transferred from University of
Wisconsin . . . SALLY ANN DAVENPORT, Ocala; B.S. Home
Economics; Alpha Delta Pi . . . ROBERT DAVID, Tallahassee;
B.S. Public Administration; Lambda Chi Alpha . . . SHIRLEY
KAYE DAVIDSON, St. Petersburg; B.S. Home Economics; Kap-
pa Alpha Theta Social Chairman 3, 4; Dean's List; Home Eco-
nomics Club 2, 3; Transferred from Wesleyan College 2 . . .
WILLIAM P. DAVIDSON, JR., Wauchula; B.A. Arts and
Sciences . . .
ROW FIVE: KATHERINE E. DAVIES, Jacksonville; B.S. Edu-
cation . . . ALFRED LOUIS DAVIS, Mims; B.S. Business Ad-
ministration; Siama Alpha Epsilon; Real Estate and Insurance
Club . . . BEVERLY JEAN DAVIS, Pensacola; B. S. Education;
Alpha Gamma Delta; FTA; Epsilon Chi; ACE . . . BRUN WIL-
TON DAVIS, Ruskin; B. S. Business; CLO President 2, 3;
Westminster Foundation . . . DAVID LAMAR DAVIS, Donal-
sonville, Ga; B. S. Business; Delta Sigma Pi . . . GEORGE W.
DAVIS, JR., Richmond, Va.; B. A. Arts and Sciences; Kappa
Alpha . . .
ROW SIX: JANE MITCHELL DAVIS, Jacksonville; B.S. Busi-
ness; Pi Beta Phi: Smoke Signal Staff; Freshman Flunkies . . .
JANICE DAVIS, Tallahassee; Education; Chi Omega . . . JOHN
PAUL DAVIS, Fort Walton Beach; B.S. Arts and Sciences; Pi
Kappa Alpha; Speech Productions 1 , 2, 3, 4; Marchinq Chiefs
I, 2; Theater Dance 2 . . . JOHN WATSON DAVIS, Ashville,
N. C; B.S. Arts and Sciences; Vet's Club . . . MARION
HUTCHINS DAVIS, Orlando; B.S. Business; Pi Beta Phi; Tar-
non Club 2, 3, 4; Wesley Foundation . . . NELL DAVIS, Ouincy;
B.S. Education; Alpha Gamma Delta Social Chairman 3; Co-
tillion 3, 4; Recreation Society President 3; Sophomore Coun-
cil; Kappa Sigma Sweetheart 3 . . .
ROW SEVEN: SHIRLEY ANN DAVIS, Sarasota; B.S. Edu-
cation; Marching Chiefs 1, 2, 3, 4; Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4;
Women's Rifle Team; FTA 2, 3, 4 ... AL RANDOLPH DAYES,
II, Merrick, N. Y.; B.S. Arts and Sciences; Kappa Sigma Social
Chairman; Warpath Club President; Ugly Man of FSU 4; Trans-
ferred from Brigham Young University 2 . . . ALLEN O'NEAL
DEAS, Jennings; B.S. Business; Delta Sigma Pi; Vet's Club . . .
HELEN DEEN, Douglas, Ga.; B.S. Social Welfare; Phi Mu Cor-
responding Secretary; Wesley Foundation 3, 4 . . . CHARLENE
DELEGAL, Avon Park; B.S. Music . . . MARGARET DURHAM
DELLINGER, Homestead; B.S. Education, Business; Delta Delta
Delta Treasurer 2, Vice-President 3, President 4; Pi Omega Pi
3, 4; Kappa Delta Kp 4; Gamma Alpha Chi 4; Secretary for
Student Body President's Cabinet 3; Flambeau 1; Freshman
Flunkies 1 . . .
Davis, John P.
Davis, John W.
the senior class
ROW ONE: H. DIANE DEMOULPIED, Tampa; B.S. Nursing;
Alpha Lambda Delta; Tarpon Club; Student Nurses Organiza-
tion Treasurer 2 . . SHIRLEY ELAINE DERTING, Sarasota;
B.S. Education, Home Economics; Delta Delta Delta; Junior
Counselor; Kappa Alpha Rose Court 3; Home Economics Club
4; Elections Committee 2, 3; State Scholarship Club 1,2...
VELA VONCILLE DIAMOND, Pensacola; B.S. Elementary Edu-
cation; Day Students Organization I, 2, 3, -4; ACE 2, 3, 4;
Membership Chairman 3, Treasurer 4 . . . GERALDINE MER-
CEDES DIAZ, Tampa; B.A. Elementary Education; Summer
Vice-President North Cawthon 3; Junior Counselor; FTA; ACE,
Secretary 3; Newman Club; Los Picaros 1,2, 3, 4, Secretary 3;
Choral Union 2 . . . DONALD RICHARD DITTMAN, Craw-
fordville; B.S. Education, Physical Education; Track Manager 4;
Kappa Delta Pi . . . JUDITH ANNE DOUGAN, Auburndale;
B.A. Arts and Sciences; Sigma Tau Delta 2; Westminster Fel-
lowship . . .
ROW TWO: GLORIA F. DOUGHERTY, Lindcle, Ga,. B.S.
Social Welfare; Social Welfare Club . . . RUTH ELIZABETH
DOWLING, Jacksonville; B.S. Social Welfare; Social Work Club
. . . DOROTHY DIANA DRAG, Fort Lauderdale; B.A. Educa-
tion, Physical Education; Tarpon 3; Junior Counselor . . .
CHARLES L. DRISKELL, Tallahassee; B.S. Arts and Sciences,
Economics . . . EDNA RUNNELS DUGGAN, Homestead, B.A.
Arts and Sciences; Sigma Delta Pi 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3;
Sigma Alpha 3, 4; Wesley Foundation; Politics Club 2, 3, 4,
Secretary 2, 3; Sophomore Council; Junior Counselor . . .
WILLIAM EDWARD DUGGAN, Tallahassee; B.S. Arts and
Sciences, Mathematics . . .
ROW THREE: DIANA ELIZABETH DUNCAN, Bradenton;
B.S. Social Welfare; Social Welfare Club; Wesley Foundation
. . . LEROY W. DUPRE, Milton; B.S. Education, Art; Art Edu-
cation Club, FTA . . . MABEL GWENDOLYN DUPRE, Live Oak;
B.S. Nursing; Student Nurses Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Choral
Union 1, 2; BSU 1,4... MARY MERRITT DUPREE, Talla-
hassee; B.A. Arts and Sciences, Sociology; Alpha Delta Pi Rush
Chairman; Sociology Club . . . CHARLES Q. DUXBURY, Lake
Worth; B.S. Business, Accounting; Alpha Kappa Psi ; Newman
Club; Vet's Club; Seminole Flyers . . . MARTIN A. DYCKMAN,
Clearwater; B.A. Arts and Sciences, American Studies; Florida
Flambeau News Editor; Pi Sigma Alpha; Gold Key . . .
ROW FOUR: DAVID ROY DYNES, Tallahassee, B.S. Busi-
ness, Marketing; Director of Student Work, Christian Church
. . . CAROLYN OGDEN EARWOOD, Belle Glade; B.S. Nursing;
Student Nurses Association 2; Transferred from Gulf Park Jun-
ior College 2 . . . JANICE ELANE EBERLY, Maiden, W. Va.;
B.A. Arts and Sciences, French; Gymnastica 2, 3, 4, Treasurer
3; Gymkana 2, 3, 4; Theater Dance 2; Transferred from Morris
Harvey College 2 . ELIZABETH CARSON EDWARDS, Mayo;
B.S. Elementary Education; Alpha Chi Omega Chaplain 2; Re-
cording Secretary 2; Kappa Delta Pi Corresponding Secretary 4;
Choral Union 1, 2; Scholarship Club; FTA . . . ROBERT FRAN-
CIS ELLIOTT, St. Petersburg; B.S. Physical Education; New-
man Club 3; Varsity Football 3, 4; Kappa Kelta Pi; AAHPER
. . . ROBERT ARTHUR ELTING, Miami; M.S. Business, Restau-
rant and Hotel Management; Theta Chi Social Chairman 3;
Chairman of Men's Judiciary 3; Under Secretary of Labor 4;
Student Travel Service Director 4; Gold Key President 5; Secre-
tary of Student Welfare 4, 5; Chairman of Homecoming Dance
5 . . .
God bless our drama department, too.
ROW FIVE: MARY JO SHAEFFER EMMONS, Tallahassee;
B.S. Business Education; Alpha Omicron Pi Treasurer 2; Pan-
hellenic Treasurer 2; Symphonic Band 2; Alpha Lambda Delta
2 . . . VIRGINIA LEE ENTENZA, Jacksonville; B.A. English;
Kappa Alpha Theta Chaplain 4; Sophomore Council; West-
minster Fellowship Council . . . MARY LOUISE ESCOTT, Miami;
B.S. Education . ERNEST HADLEY EUBANKS, St Peters-
burg; B.S. Business Administration; Kappa Alpha; Transferred
from St. Petersburg Junior College 2 . . . BARBARA STRAUTH-
ER EVANS, Miami; B.S. Home Economics Education; Alpha
Xi Delta; Bit and Spur 1, 2; Gymkana 1; Home Economics
Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Gamma Aloha Chi 3, 4; Sandspur 1,2...
FRANCIS ANTHONY FAGGIONI, Pensacola; B.S. Psychology.
ROW SIX: MATTIE SUE FAIN, Tallahassee; B.A. English;
Pi Beta Phi; Circus; Westminster Fellowship . . . NORMAN
FRANCIS FAIN, JR., Quincy; B.A. Chemical Science; Kappa
Alpha, Housefellow; Senator: Summer Honor Court 4; ACS;
Vet's Club; Senior Executive Council . . . FRANKLIN DELANO
FANSLER, Waycross, Ga.; BME Music Education; Marching
Chiefs 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Band 1; Concert Band 2; Symphonic
Band 2, 3; Phi Mu Alpha Secretary 3, 4; Kappa Kappa Psi
Secretary 4 . . . KATHRYN HAZEL FEARS, Belle Glade; B.S.
Home Economics . EUGENE CHARLES FERGUSON, Phila-
delphia, Pa.; B.S. Arts and Sciences, Sociology; Lambda Chi
Alpha, Varsity Swimming; Biology Club . . . ROBERT LEE
FERGUSON, Panama City; B.S. Arts and Sciences, Mathematics.
ROW SEVEN: JOHN ALLISON FICKLIN, Ware Shoals, S. C ;
B.A. Arts and Sciences, Philosophy; Wesley Foundation . . .
CLARENCE EDWIN FIELD, Homestead; B. S. Arts and Sciences;
Delta Tau Delta; Gymnastic Team; Gymkana; Alpha Phi Ome-
ga .. . WILLIAM SCOTT FIGLEY, Hobart, Ind.; B. S. Business;
Lambda Chi Alpha . . . BARBARA JEAN FINGER, Leesburg;
B.S. Nursing Education . . . KATHERINE LOIS FINNEY, Jack-
sonville; B.S. Nursing Education . . . DIANE FERNE FISHEL,
Tampa; B.S. Social Welfare; Hillel Foundation Secretary; Choral
Union; Women's Glee Club . . .
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the senior class
ROW ONE: MARY MARGARET GUNTER, Winter Haven;
B.S. Home Economics Education; Delta Gamma, Rush Chair-
man 4; Tarpon Club 1, 2; Dorm Government 3; Warpath Club
1; Dean's List 3 . . . MICHAEL GUTIERREZ, Live Oak; B.S.
Education; Football, 1949 . . . BETTY HAAS, Mount Dora;
B.S. Home Economics Education; BSU 1 , 2, 3, 4; FTA 4; Home
Economics Club 3, 4; Junior Counselor . . . LILLIAN HAAVIND,
Miami; B.S. Arts and Sciences, Spanish, English; Sigma Kappa,
2nd Vice-President 3; Flambeau Exchange Editor 1 ; Los Picaros
1 , 2, 3, 4; FTA 4; Epsilon Chi 4; Congregational Student Group,
Vice-President 4; Dean's List 3 . . . BARBARA HACKNEY,
Ponce de Leon; B.S. Elementary Education . . . LESLIE HAGA-
DORN, St. Petersburg; B.S. Business, Hotel and Restaurant
Management; Scullions; Lieutenant Governor, Senior Hall 2;
Smoke Signals 2; W. F. S. U. 2 . . .
ROW TWO: JEAN MARIE HAIGHT, Orlando; B.S. Education
. . . MARY HAIR, Tampa; B.S. Social Welfare and Corrections;
Alpha Omicron Pi . . . RICHARD HAIR, Tampa; B.S. Educa-
tion, Industrial Arts; Kappa Sigma; Industrial Arts Club, Sec-
retary 3; Transfer, University of Tampa . . . JANET HALE,
Kissimmee, B.S. Nursing; Marching Chiefs 2, 3, 4; Student
Nurses' Association 2, 3, 4 . . . JOHNNY HALL, Blountstown;
B.S. Arts and Sciences, Geology; Delta Tau Delta . . . EDWARD
HAMILTON, Jacksonville; B.S. Business, Marketing . . .
ROW THREE: RUTH HAMNER, Birmingham, Ala ; B.A.
Arts and Sciences, Art; Alpha Delta Pi; Transfer, Judson Col-
lege . . . DONALD HAMPTON, Jacksonville; B.S. Business Edu-
cation; Pi Omega Pi 3, President 4; FTA 3, 4; Scholarship Club
4 . . . EDYTH HAMPTON, Key West; B.S. Business Education;
Phi Mu; Pi Omega Pi 3, 4, Recording Secretary, Treasurer;
FTA; Wesley Foundation; Transfer, Brenau . . . LORITA HAM-
Do you really think he'll pull a pop quiz?
Council; Circus 1 , 2
Palm Beach; B.S. Elementary Education; Transfer,
Junior College . . . CHARLES HANCOCK, Talla-
Business, Accounting . . . GAIL HANSHAW, Or-
Elementary Education; Pi Beta Phi; Sophomore
3, 4; Epsilon Chi 4; Off-Campus Court 3;
ROW FOUR: DONNA HARDY, Jacksonville; B.A. Arts and
Sciences; Sigma Kappa, Treasurer 2, 3; Sigma Tau Delta 4;
Alpha Delta, Treasurer 3; Westminster Fellowship 1, 2, 3, 4;
Council 4; Fashion Institute 4; Senior Class Treasurer . . .
JULIA HARGROVE, Bartow; B.S. Elementary Education; Alpha
Delta Pi, Vice-President 3; Tally-Ho Staff 2, 3; FTA 4 . . .
BARBARA HARLESS, Bartow; B.S. Elementary Education; Zeta
Tau Alpha; Alpha Lambda Delta, Treasurer 1; Sophomore
Council; Wesley Foundation; New Moon 3; Theater Dance
Group 2; ACE 4; Vice-President, Bryan 3; Choral Union 1;
Women's Glee Club 3; Dean's List . . . HENRIE HARNED,
Mulberry; B.S. Social Welfare; Student Christian Association,
Corresponding Secretary 1; Social Welfare Club 1,2, 3, 4; FTA
4 . . . BERNICE HARPER, St. Petersburg; B.S. Nursing Educa-
tion . . . JEAN EVELYN HARRIS, Daytona Beach; B.S. Ele-
mentary Education; Tarpon Club; Sigma Alpha Eta . . .
ROW FIVE: SHIRLEY HARRIS, Greensboro; B.S. Home Eco-
nomics Education; Alpha Omicron Pi, Corresponding Secretary;
Student Fashion Institute, 3, 4; Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3,
4 . . . ANNE HARRISON, Tallahassee; B.A. Education; Inter-
Varsity Christian Fellowship 3, 4, Publications Chairman . . .
GREENE HARRISON, Eaton Park; B.S. Arts and Sciences, His-
tory; Lambda Chi Alpha . . . RACHEL HARTNESS, St. Peters-
burg; B.S. Elementary Education; Alpha Gamma Delta; FTA
3, 4; ACE 3, 4; Scholarship Club 3 . . . THOMAS HAVER-
KORN, Dallas, Texas; B. B.A. -M.S. . . . OLIVER HEATH, Val-
dosta, Ga.; B.A. Arts and Sciences, International Affairs . . .
ROW SIX: PAULINE HECHT, Miami; B.M. Music Therapy;
Sigma Alpha lota, Chaplain 2, 3, 4; Tau Beta Sigma, Chaplain
2, 3, 4, National Music Therapy Association, Secretary-Treas-
urer 3, 4; Gamma Delta, Vice-President 1 , 2, 3, 4; University
Symphony, Secretary 1 , 2, 3, 4; State Symphony; Symphonic
Band 1,2, 3, 4; Marching Chiefs 1 , 2, 3, 4; Circus Band; Junior
Counselor . . . JAMES HEDMAN, St. Petersburg; B.S. Business
Administration; Alpha Kappa Psi . . . WILLIS HEFNER, Bra-
denton; B.A. Education, Constructive Design; Marching Chiefs;
Symphonic Band; Concert Band . . . DONALD HEIDEL, St.
Petersburg; B.A. Arts and Sciences, Art; Omicron Delta Kappa
4, Gold Key 3, 4; Alpha Council 2; Phi Eta Sigma 1; Varsity
Track 1; Editor-in-Chief Smoke Signals 2, 3; Flambeau Man-
aging Editor 4; Art Editor Tally-Ho 4; Chairman, Board of
Publications 4; Who's Who . . . ROBERT HEINEMANN, Miami;
B.S. Arts and Sciences; AFROTC; Transfer, University Miami
. . . RAYMOND HEMANN, Tallahassee; B.S. Arts and Sciences,
Geology; Phi Kappa Tau, Steward 2, Vice-President 2, Presi-
dent 3, 4; Inter Fraternity Council 3, 4, Vice-President 4; Busi-
ness Manager Tally-Ho 4; Business Manager Summer Flam-
beau 2; Seminole Flyers 2, 3, 4; Student-Faculty Traffic Com-
mittee 2, 3, 4; Intelligent Faith Week 3, 4, Steering Commit-
tee 4; Geology Club 4; Charter Member of Astronomy Club 3,
4; Homecoming Committee 4; Senior Class Executive Council 4.
ROW SEVEN: ARTHUR HEMPEL, St. Petersburg; B.S. Busi-
ness, Management and Finance; Phi Delta Theta, Senior Execu-
tive Council, Rush Chairman, Pledge Master; IFC Co-ordinating
Committee . . . CARLEE HENDRIX, Panama City; B.S. Business,
Business Management . . . DERALD HENDRY, Tice; B.S. Edu-
cation . . . MARGARET NAN HENLEY, Jacksonville; B.S.
Home Economics, Retailing; Alpha Chi Omega, 1st Vice-Presi-
dent; Gamma Alpha Chi, Corresponding Secretary; Home Eco-
nomics Club; Fashion Institute; Wesley Foundation . . . NANCY
HEROLD, Ft. Lauderdale; B.S. Nursing; Gamma Phi Beta; Tar-
pon 1,2, 3, 4; Sophomore Council; Canterbury Club 1, 2; Stu-
dent Nurses' Association . . . CHARLES HERRON, St. Peters-
burg; B.S. Arts and Sciences, Chemical Science; Alpha Epsilon
Delta, President 4; SAACS . . .
the senior class
ROW ONE: HELEN ELIZABETH HERSHFELT, Clearwater;
B.S. Education; ACE; Newman Club; Scholarship Club . . . ANN
SHUMAN HESS, Monticello; B.S. Business, Accounting; Phi
Mu; Honorary Society of Student Accountants; Gamma Delta
4; Home Economics Club 1; Choral Union 1 , 2, 3 . . . KIP-
LING RANDALL HESS, Pensacola; B.S. Arts and Science, Ge-
ology; Gamma Delta 1, 2, 3, 4; Choral Union 2, 3 . . . AUD-
REY MAE HIERS, Enterprise; B.S. Physical Education . . .
DEBORAH GRIFFIN HILL, Tallahassee; B.S. Home Economics,
Child Development; Alpha Delta Pi; Circus 1 ; Village Vamps
1, 2, 3, 4 . . . DORIS ELIZABETH HISLER, LaBelle; B.S. Edu-
cation; State Scholarship Club 1 , 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, 3, Presi-
dent 3; BSU; FTA . . .
ROW TWO: SYLVIA ALICE HOBE, St. Petersburg; B.M.
Education; Sigma Alpha lota 2 . . . FREDERICK BENJAMIN
HODGES, JR., Amsterdam, Ga.; B.S. Business, Marketing;
Kappa Sigma; Alpha Kappa Psi; Arnold Air Society; Choral
Union; Air Forc» ROTC Band 2, 3; BSU; Alpha Gamma Delta
Man 3 . . . VIRGINIA ANN HODGES, Plant City; B.S. Nurs-
ing; Alpha Lambda Delta, Secretary 1 ; Student Nurses' As-
sociation, President 2; Sophomore Council; Baptist Student
Union 1, 2; Collegiate 4-H Club 1, 2; Social Chairman Bryan
1; Vice-President Florida Hall 2 . . . JEAN CAMPBELL HOL-
DERBACH, Tallahassee; B.S. Education, Home Economics;
Bryan Floor Chairman; Sophomore Council; Scholarship Club,
Corresponding Secretary; FTA; Home Economics Club . . .
ROSEMARY LOUISE HOLLANDER, Jacksonville; B.S. Arts and
Sciences, Speech Correction; Social Chairman Florida Hall 3;
Vice-President Florida Hall 4; Sigma Alpha Eta, Vice-President
4; Gmykana; Sr. Class Executive Council; Newman Club . . .
JOAN HICKS HOLMES, Albany, Ga.; B.S. Elementary Educa-
tion; FTA; Wesley Foundation, Social Chairman; Junior Coun-
selor, Vice-President of Broward 3 . . .
ROW THREE: DORIS MERLE HOLT, Jacksonville; B.S. Phy-
sical Education; Sophomore Council 2; Junior Counselor 3; "F"
. . Now if I'd been calling the play . . .
Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Physical Education Majors' Advisory Board 2,
3, 4, Vice-Chairman 3, Chairman 4; Intramurals, Unit Man-
ager, Sports Chairman; Assistant Intramural Manager 3; Intra-
mural Manager 4; All-Star, Soccor 1, Basketball 1 , 2, 3, Soft-
ball 1, 2, 3, Volleyball 1, 2, 3; AAHPER; FAHPER; FHSAA . . .
JOSEPH HOLT, Graham, N. C; B.S. Business, Marketing; Al-
pha Tau Omega, Vice-President 4; Vrasity Football 1,2, 3, 4;
Collegians I, 2, 3; Phi Mu Alpha 2 . . . WILLIAM COLLIVER
HOLT, West Palm Beach; B.A. Arts and Science, Psychology;
LUCIA NELL HOPKINS, Tampa;
Kappa Delta, Treasurer 3; Vice-
; Alpha Lambda Delta; Sophomore
3 . . . MARY FRANCES HORN,
Canterbury Club 3, 4 . .
B.S. Secondary Education;
President Freshman Dorm 1 ;
Council; Circus 1, 2; FTA
Tallahassee; B.A. Library Sciences; Gamma Phi Beta, Presi-
dent 3, 4; Traffic Court 4; Choral Union 2, 3 . . . BERTHA
CAROLINE OLSEN HORTON, Tallahassee; B.S. Arts and Sci-
ence, Sociology; Alpha Kappa Delta . . .
ROW FOUR: JANE HOWARD, Jacksonville; B.S. Arts and
Sciences, Commercial Art; Delta Delta Delta; Freshman Class
Treasurer 1 ; Gamma Alpha Chi 4; National Advertising Hon-
orary . . . EMILIE ANDREWS HUDSON, Miami; B.S. Elemen-
tary Education; Kappa Delta, Rush Chairman 3; Mortar Board,
President 4; ACE, President 3, 4; Sophomore Council, Secre-
tary; Vice-President Jennie Murphree; Vice-President Florida
Hall 2; Off Campus Court, Secretary 3, 4 . . . HOUSTON
DONALD HUGHES, Geneva, Ala.; B.S. Business, Management
and Finance; Alpha Kappa Psi . . . MARTHA ELSIE HUMPH-
REY, Tallahassee; B.S. Elementary Education; Chi Omega,
Pledge Trainer 4; Westminster Fellowship; Junior Panhellenic
Advisor 4; Epsilon Chi 4; ACE 4; FTA 2, 3, 4; Freshman
Flunkies 1 ; Student Party 2, 3,
HUNLEY, Thomasville, Ga.; B.S.
Kappa Psi 2, 3, 4, President 4;
AUGUSTUS HUTCHISON, Panama
4 . . . MARION BENNETT
Business, Accounting; Alpha
Vets Club 4 . . . EDWARD
City; B.S. Business . . .
ROW FIVE: DEWEY M. IVEY, Pensacola; B.S. Psychology;
Choral Union; Transfer, Pensacola Jr. College . . . JOHN
FREDERICK JACOBS, DeLand; B.S. Public Ad.; Lambda Chi
Alpha, Editor; Choral Union 3, 4; President Young Republican
Club 3; ASPA 4; Transfer, University of Florida . . . BARBARA
JEAN JEFFRIES, St. Cloud; B.S. Education; Alpha Chi Omega,
Chaplain 3, Pledge Trainer 4; Kappa Delta Pi 4; Pi Omega Pi
4; Garnet Key 4; Wesley Foundation; Secretary of Interior-
President's Cabinet 4; Junior Counselor; Dormitory President
Broward 3 . . . EDWIN H. JENKINS, Jacksonville; B.S. School
of Business; Golf Team; Transfer, Jacksonville Junior College
. . . ROBERT MITCHELL JERNIGAN, Ft Pierce; B.S. Arts and
Science; Kappa Sigma; Alpha Phi Omega, Secretary
President 3; SCA, President 2, 3; Gamma Theta
Geology Club; BSU; International Student's Club . .
THY HELENE JOB, Ft. Lauderdale; B.S. Home Economics;
Alpha Gamma Delta, Treasurer; Fashion Institute; Beauty Sec-
tion of Tally-Ho '55-56 . . .
ROW SIX: SUSAN EMMA JOHN, Harrodsburg, Kentucky;
B.S. Education; FTA 1, 2, 3, 4; Scholarship Club 1 , 2, 3, 4;
BSU; Dean's List . . . GORDON LAVAN JOHNS, Tallahassee;
B.S. Arts and Sciences; Sigma Pi Sigma; Physics Honor Society
. . . CAROL LEE JOHNSON, Winter Haven; B.S. Business;
Delta Zeta, Treasurer; Concert Band '54, '55, '56; Women's
Glee Club . . . DENISE M. JOHNSON, Miami; B.A. Education;
Zeta Tau Alpha; Village Vamps; ACE; Theater Dance Group;
Fashion Institute Modeling Corp. . . . MARY LANE JOHNSON,
Palm Harbor; B.S. Business Education; Alpha Chi Omega;
Transfer, St. Petersburg Junior College . . . NANCY JANE
JOHNSON, Jacksonville; B.A. Education; Chi Omega, Secre-
tary 4; House Council 2; Off-Campus Court 3, Chairman 4;
Judiciary 4; Women's F Club 3, 4, Social Chairman 4; West-
minster Fellowship 1, 2, 3, 4; Epsilon Chi 4; ACE 3, 4; FTA
1, 2, 3, 4; Circus 2 . . .
ROW SEVEN: JANICE CARROL JONES, Punta Gorda; B.S.
Education; B.S.U.: Octette 1, 2; Baptist Players 4; FTA 1, 2,
3, 4; International Club 4 . . . JUDITH ANNE JONES, Miami;
B.S. Nursing; Kappa Alpha Theta, Chaplain 2; Student
Nurses' Assoc; Sophomore Council; Methodist Student House;
Tarpon Club . . . LAURA RUTH JONES, Branford; B.S. Edu-
cation; ScholarshiD Club 1 , 2, 3; FTA 2, 4; Home Economics
Club 3, 4; Wesley Foundation . . . MARY JO JONES, Trenton;
B.S. Education; Zeta Tau Alpha, Songleader, Corresponding
Secretary; University Senate 1, 2; Women's Vice President 3;
Sophomore Council; BSU. Octete 2, 3; Garnet Key, Ritual
Chairman; Mortified; Senior Class Executive Committee; Univer-
sity Singers 1 , 2, 3,4; Who's Who . . . BIRGIR KARLSSON, Mel-
stadv Breidholtsveg, Reyksavic, Iceland; B.S. Business; Interna-
tional Student Club; Scullions . . . JAMES FREDERICK KAUFF-
MAN, Lexington, Ky.; B.S. Education; Sigma Chi; Alpha Coun-
cil; Varsity Baseball; Presbyterian Westminster Fellowship;
President's Cabinet; Under-Secretary Recreation in Student
Government; Senior Class Executive Council; Recreation Club,
Secretary 54, Treasurer 55, President 56.
the senior class
ROW ONE: JOSEPH MARVIN KELLER, Tallahassee; B.S. Edu-
cation- B S.U ... DANIEL LEO KELLY, Tallahassee; B.S.
Business; Delta Sigma Pi . . . EDWARD W. KENYON, Pen-
sacola- B S Education; Industrial Arts Club, Treasurer; Vet's
Club .' . . EDWARD JOHN KERCHER, Bradenton; B.S. School
of Business; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Delta Sigma Pi 3, 4, Vice-
President Pledge Master 4; Football 2, 3; Insurance and Real
Estate Club 3, President 4 GRETCHEN HODGSON KERR,
Dunedin; B.A. Arts and Sciences, Sociology; Mortar Board,
Vice-President 4; Garnet Key; Sophomore Council, Flag Chair-
man; Junior Counselor; Dorm Vice-President 3; Alpha Kappa
Delta 3, 4, Secretary; Judiciary 4; Canterbury Club; Tally Ho
Staff 4; Assistant Secretary Recreation 3; Senior Executive
Council; Student Party Executive Council 2, 3; Who's Who . . .
BONNIE S. KIDD, Tallahassee; B.S. Elementary Education . . .
ROW TWO: CLIFFORD S. KIDD, Tallahassee; B.S. Education,
Social Studies; Phi Kappa Tau . . . JOHN THOMAS KIL-
KEARY, St. Petersburg; B.S. Arts and Sciences; FEDS; Transfer
St. Petersburg Junior College . . . CHONG-KAB KIM, Seoul,
Korea; B.A. Arts and Sciences; International Club . . . ALEYNE
KING, Tampa; B.S. Education; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; Recording
Secretary 4; FTA Industrial Arts Club; Art Education Majors
BETTY ANNE KING, Tampa; B.S. School of Nurs-
ing; Gamma Phi Beta; Westminsiter Fellowship Funds Com-
mittee 54-55; Editor SN Bulletin State Nurses' Assoc. 54-55,
First Vice-President State Student Nurses' Assoc. 55-56 . . .
ANNETTE KIRKLAND, Panama City; B.S. Education; Assoc.
of Childhood Education 3, 4; FTA 4 . . .
ROW THREE: CAROLE ANN KISSLING, Atlantic Beach; B.S.
Education; GTA; Scholarship Club; ACE . . . CLARENCE B.
Dear Mom, wish you were here.
KNAPP, JR., Orlando; B.S. in Nursing . . . WILLIAM B.
KOLLER, Tallahassee; B.S. Arts and Sciences; Sigma Phi Epsilon
PAUL MARTIN KREAGER, St. Marks; B.S Business;
Kappa Alpha; Delta Sigma Pi; Alpha Council Collegians 2 . . .
MARTIN J. KUCK, Miami; B.S. Arts and Sciences; Kappa
Alpha . . . NEIL LEE LA BAR, Panama City Beach; B.S. Jour-
nalism; Theta Chi, Rush Chairman; TV-Radio Workshop;
Kappa Alpha Mu Fraternity . . .
ROW FOUR: LINA BELLE LAMAR, Century; B.S. Education;
AAHPER 2; ACE 3, 4; FTA 3, 4; Girls' Rifle Club; Transfer
Mars Hill Junior College . . . JOHN STEWART LANG, Roanoke,
Va.; B.S. Business; Delta Sigma Pi 2, 3, 4; Student Senator 4;
Dorm President 3 . . . MARY CLARE LANGAN, Clearwater;
B.S. Arts and Sciences; Phi Sigma Honorary 4; Newman Club 1 ,
2, 3, 4; International Club 4; Intramural Tennis 4; Transfer St.
Petersburg Junior College . . . FRANCES LE ARLINE LANG-
FORD, Live Oak; B. M. E.; Wesley Foundation; Choral Union
1, 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 1; State Scholarship Holder 1,2...
PHYLLIS JO LANGFORD, Frostproof; B.S. Education; Chi
Omega, Pledge Trainer 3, Personnel Chairman 4; Smoke Signals
Staff 1; Epsilon Chi 4; ACE 3, 4; FTA 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior
Executive Council 1 , 2, 3, 4 . . . LUCILLE GATES LANGSTON,
Jacksonville; B.S. Arts and Sciences; Phi Mu, Chaplain . . .
ROW FIVE: GLORIA ANN LANTZ, Jacksonville; B.S. Social
Welfare; Sophomore Council; President Florida Hall 2; Wom-
en's "F" Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4; Garnet Key 3, 4;
Mortified 3, 4; Social Work Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Newman Club;
Campus Chest, Chairman Women Dorms 3, 4; Student Activi-
ties Committee 3; Reservation Committee (Faculty Camp
Committee) 3, 4; Women's Intramurals Basketball Manager
. . . CAROLYN SHULER LARKINS, Briston; B.S. Education
. . . NANCY ANN LARSON, Pensacola; B.S. Education; Schol-
arship Club 3, 4; FTA 3, 4; Transfer Pensacola Junior College
. . . RUTH AULICK LAURENE, Tampa; B.S. Education; Pi
Omega Pi 3; Junior Counselor 3; Sandspur 2 . . . MARCIAL
VELAZCO LAVINA, Silang Cavite, Philippines; M.A. History
. . . EARL VICTORY LEE, Pensacola; B.S. Business; Honor
Society of Student Accountants 3, 4.
ROW SIX: GRACE CRAIE LEE, Rutherfordton, N. C; B.S. . . .
GERRY LOUISE LEHNER, Miami; B.S. Home Economics, Educa-
tion; Alpha Omicron Pi, Panhellenic Representative, Recording
Secretary; Student Fashion Institute, Vice-President 3, Pro-
gram Chairman 4; Circus 1; Gymkana; Sophomore Manager,
Junior Manager, Senior Manager; Gymnastica, Secretary 3,
President 4; Newman Club 1, 2, 3; Gamma Alpha Chi 3, 4;
FTA r; Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3; Sophomore Representa-
tive 2 . . . ALICE ELIBABETH LENTZ, Belmont Hills, Penn.;
B.A. Arts and Science; Los Pi'caros 2, 3, 4, Social Chairman 2,
President 3; Choral Union 1,4... ANTHONY MARK LEONE,
JR., Ft. Myers; B.S. Accounting; Newman Club 1, 2, 3, 4 . . .
GARY WILLIAM LETCHWORTH, Tallahassee; B.A. Arts and
Science; Track 4; Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship 3, 4; Inter
Faith Council, President 4; Transfer, Columbia Bible College 3
. . . SUANNE LETT, Montgomery, Ala.; B.S. Home Economics
F.B.L.A. 1; Home Economics Club 2, 3, 4; Fashion Institute 4
4-H Club 4; FTA 3, 4; Floor Chairman Jennie Murphree 1
Vice President Gilchrist 3 . . .
ROW SEVEN: ORA LEE LIMING, Orlando; B.M.E.; Phi Mu
Alpha 3, 4; University Singers . . . WAYNE WILLIAM LIMKE-
MAN, Sutter, III.; B.S. Accounting; Alpha Kappa Psi . . . RICH-
ARD EARL LINCOLN, Tallahassee; B.S. Arts and Sciences,
Psychology; Newman Club . . . KATHERINE LINDLEY,
Coral Gables; B.S. Business, Secretarial Science, Pi Beta
Phi, Corresponding Secretary 4, Recording Secretary 3;
Circus 1, 2, 3, 4; Off-Campus Court 2; State Party Dele-
gate 3; Freshman Flunkies 1 . . . MARY LEIGH LISTON,
Leesburg; B.S. Education, Business; Wesley Players 1, 2,
3, 4, Vice - President 3; Wesley Foundation, Meditations
Chairman 3, Social Chairman 4; Wesley Singers 1, 2, 3, 4 . . .
JOHN A. LITTLE, Belle Glade; B.S. Arts and Science, Biology,
Zoology; Pi Kappa Alpha; Collegians 3, 4; Young Democrats
Club 3, Publicity Chairman 4; Alpha Phi Omega, Treasurer 3,
4, Vice-President 4, Canterbury Club; Biology Club 3; Trans-
ferred, Palm Beach Junior College . . .
the senior class
ROW ONE: MARY P. LOCKLIN, Milton; B.S. Elementary
Education; FTA . . . SYLVIA DELLA LOCKLIN, Milton; B.S.
Elementary Education; FTA . . . RICHARD CONRAD LUKAS,
Hollywood; B.A. Arts and Sciences, History; Pi Kappa Phi,
Pledgemaster 2, Historian 3, Secretary 4; Phi Alpha Theta,
President 4; Judiciary 3, 4 . . . CLARENCE WILLIAM LUND-
BERG, Rockford, III.; B.A. Business, Restaurant and Hotel
Management; Scullions; FBLA . . . FRANK ANTHONY LUP-
PINO, Panama City; B.S. Arts and Sciences, Chemistry; Inter-
nationa! Club; Affiliate to American Chemical Society . . .
WILLARD LYNN, Orlando; B.A. Arts and Sciences, Psychology.
ROW TWO: JEROME WILLIAM MacEACHIN, Tallahassee;
B.S. Business, Accounting . . . THOMAS GERALD MACKEY,
Tallahassee; B.S. Journalism; Kappa Alpha Mu,
Treasurer . . . RITA LANE MAGEE, Nutley, N. J.;
and Sciences, Sociology; Pilgrim Fellowship . . .
LEROY MALOY, Panama City; B.S. Business, Personnel Ad-
ministration; Delta Sigma Pi . . . EDWARD A. MANDERS, JR.,
Washington, D. C; B.S. Business; Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . .
WILLIAM DUDLEY MANNING, Tampa; B.A. Arts and Sci-
ences, Chemical Science; Kappa Alpha, Vice-President 3; Gold
Key; Associate Justice of Honor Court 4 . . .
ROW THREE: JACKIE MARCHANT, Sneads; B.S. Business,
Management; Insurance and Real Estate Club 4 . . . ANN
PEARCE MARKHAM, Jacksonville; B.S. Arts and Sciences;
Sigma Kappa, Rush Chairman 3; Fashion Institute; Foreign
Films Club; Student Party Representative . . . ROBERT
Academic regalia — with a burnt tassel?
CHARLES MARKY, Tallahassee; B.S. Business; Tally-Ho Staff
2; Vets Club . . . DONALD ELBERT MARSHALL, Ft. Walton
Beach; B.S. Business, Management; Sigma Nu, Scholarship
Chairman 3, Recorder 4; Newman Club 4 . . . ROBERT GLAD-
STONE MARSHALL, Clearwater; B.S. Social Welfare . . .
BETTY PRESSLY MARTIN, Hartsville, S.C.; B.S. Library
Science . . .
ROW FOUR: ROBERT EUGENE MARTIN, Jacksonville, B.S.
Education; Varsity Debate 3, 4 . . . ESTHER LOUISE MARTING,
Ohio; B.S. Elementary Education; Village Vamps; Social Com-
mittee Florida Hall; Transfer, Stephens Junior College . . .
JOSEPH F. MASCI, Mamaroneck, N. Y.; B.S. Business; Phi
Kappa Tau, Vice-President 3, Treasurer 4 . . . BETTY LEE
MATHIEU, Scotch Plains, N. J.; B.S. Home Economics; Alpha
Omicron Pi, Social Chairman 3; Transfer, Florida Southern
College . . . DONALD ROY MATHIEU, Coral Gables; B.S. Arts
and Sciences, Political Science; Transfer, University of Miami
. . . ALFRED G. MATTMAN, Sarasota; Arts and Sciences . . .
ROW FIVE: GERALD DELLON McARTHUR, Pensacola; B.S.
Public Administration; Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . PAUL FRAN-
CIS McCARTNEY, Tallahassee; B.S. Business . . . MARY JUNE
McCASKILL, Sandersville, Ga.; B.M.E. Music; Gamma Phi
Beta, Secretary, Vice-President; Choral Union; Women's Glee
Club; Junior Counselor; MENC; Sigma Alpha lota . . . SAM-
UEL STEELE McCLAIN, JR., Quincy; B.S. Arts and Science,
Mathematics; Lambda Chi Alpha, Ritual Chairman 2, 3; Scab-
bard and Blade, Secretary 4 . . . VIRGINIA LOUISE McCLURE,
Jacksonville; B.M.E. Music; Sigma Alpha lota 3, 4; Music
Teachers National Association 2; Choral Union 1, 2, 3, 4;
Women's Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Light Opera Guild 2, 3; Junior
Counselor; Wesley Foundation 4; Wesley Singers, Choir Di-
rector 4; Wesley Players 4; MENC, Vice-President 3, President
4; Florida Music Educator's Association 2, 3, 4 . . . MARY
HELEN McCORD, Pensacola; B.S. Elementary Education; West-
minster Fellowship; ACE; FTA; Transfer, Queens College . . .
ROW SIX: JULIA GAY McCOY, Orlando; B.A. Arts and
Science, Psychology; Gymnastica 3, 4, Treasurer 4; Gymkana
2, 3, 4, Senior Manager 4; Transfer, Canal Zone Junior Col-
lege . . BARBARA JEAN McCULLOUGH, St. Petersburg; B.S.
Elementary Education; Light Opera Guild 3; Children's Theater
Production 3; FTA 3; Transfer, St. Petersburg Junior College
BERNICE MARION McCULLOUGH, Miami; B.S. Home
Economics, Food and Nutrition; Home Economics Club 2, 3, 4;
Transfer, Maryville College . . . MARGARET JEAN McCUL-
LOUGH, St. Augustine; B.S. Arts and Science, Medical Tech-
nology; Kappa Alpha Theta, Treasurer 4; Sophomore Council;
Alpha Lambda Delta; Undersecretary of Elections 3; Secretary
of Elections 4; Sigma Tau Delta; Senior Class Executive Coun-
cil .. . JAMES CHISHOLM McDANIEL, Tallahassee; B.S. Arts
and Science, Biology; Circus 1, 2; ROTC Rifle Team 1,2...
ALICE McDONALD, Jacksonville; B.S. Arts and Science, So-
cial Science; Chi Omega; Pow Wow Staff; Westminster Fellow-
ship; IF Week Comm. . . .
ROW SEVEN: JOHN A. McDONALD, Chipley; B.S. Business,
Personnel Management; Delta Sigma Pi . . . MARJORIE BELL
McDONALD, Lake Worth; B.S. Home Economics Education;
4-H Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Rural Youth Conference Chairman 3;
Women's "F" Club; Florida Hall Floor Chairman 2; Home
Economics Club 3, 4 . . . SHELIA ANN McGINTY, Miami; B.S.
Business; Westminster Fellowship 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3;
Theatre Dance . . . ELIZABETH ANN McKEE, Miami; B.S.
Business, Secretarial Science; Zeta Tau Alpha; Choral Union 3;
Women's Glee Club 4 . . . TOM A. McKENZIE, Dania; B.S.
Elementary Education; BSU . . . HELEN LOUISE McLAIN,
Miami; B.S. Education; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; BSU 1 , 2, 3, 4;
FTA 3; Junior Counselor, Dorm Vice-President 3 . . .
the senior class
ROW ONE: ALAN S. McLANE, Brandon; B.S. Arts and
Science, Political Science . . . MARY JEANETTE McLENDON,
Orlando; B.S. Elementary Education; Alpha Delta Pi, Recording
Secretary 4; Circus 1 ; Varsity Debate Squad 3; Wesley Players
3; Tau Kappa Alpha 3 . . . MARTHA CARYL McLEOD, Bar-
tow; B.A. Business Education; Delta Zeta; Flambeau Staff 3;
Pi Omega Pi 4; Student Party Rep. 3; FTA 3, 4; BSU 3, 4;
Transfer, Mars Hill College . . . JUNE MARY McMANUS,
Clearwater; B.S. Elementary Education; Kappa Alpha Theta,
Alumnae Secretary 3; Vice-President 4; Judiciary 2, 3, 4,
Chairman 4; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; Garnet Key 3, 4; Mortar
Board, Editor 4; Vice President Bryan Hall 1 ; Sophomore Coun-
cil; Junior Counselor; FTA 3; Who's Who . . . IRIS YVONNE
McMULLEN, Madison; B.S. Business Education; Wesley Foun-
dation; Junior Counselor . . . PHILLIP WARREN McRAE,
Tallahassee; B.S. Business, Marketing . . .
ROW TWO: LEONARD LEROY MELTON, JR., Tallahassee;
B.S. Education; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Football '47, '48, '49;
Track '49 . . . PATRICIA ANNE MELTON, Tallahassee; B.M.
Music . . ANITA PATRICIA MENGASON, Cordele, Ga .; B.S.
Arts and Science, Medical Technology . . . CHARLES VEN-
ABLE MERCER, Jacksonville; B.A. Arts and Science . . . JOEL
D. MERCER, Tallahassee; B.S. Arts and Science, Geology;
Alpha Council; Geology Club . . . FRANK D. METCALF, Sop-
choppy; B.S. Business, Insurance and Real Estate; Accounting
Club; Insurance and Real Estate Club . . .
ROW THREE: CLAYTON A. MILLER, JR., Jacksonville; B.S.
Business, Marketing; Phi Delta Theta; Transfer, University of
Florida . . . RICHARD ARTHUR MITCHEM, Tulsa, Okla.; B.S.
Arts and Science, Meteorology; Lambda Chi
ology Club MARTHA SUE MIZELL,
Delta Zeta, President 4; Sophomore
Garnet Key; Vice-President Bryan 2,
Sigma Alpha lota; University Singers
3; Junior Coun-
1, 2, 3, 4; Col-
Tilt! Crown going down on Soph Hop Queen.
legion's Accompanist 3, 4; Women's Glee Club; Light Opera
Guild 2, 3; Who's Who . . . JOAN ELIZABETH MOBLEY, Mi-
ami; B.S. Nursing; Chi Omega; Student Nurses' Association . . .
CARL H. MOFIELD, Daytona Beach; B.S. Business, Marketing;
Kappa Alpha . . . EVELYN CLAIRE MOLL, Tampa; B.S. Arts
and Science, Sociology; Alpha Gamma Delta, Activities Chair-
man 4; Phi Beta Kappa; Mortar Board; Alpha Lambda Delta;
Garnet Key; Sophomore Council, Vice-President 2; Wesley
Foundation, Vice-President 3, President 4; Inter-Faith Fellow-
ship, President 4; Student Government Secretary of Finance 4;
Honor Court 3; Dorm Vice-President 2; Junior Counselor 3;
Who's Who . . .
ROW FOUR: FRANK ESTES MOODY, Plant City; B.S. Busi-
ness . . . THOMAS EDWIN MOODY, Plant City; B.S. Busi-
ness, Insurance and Real Estate; Insurance and Real Estate
Club 4; Transfer, Davidson College . . . BARBARA HUGHES
MOORE, Tallahassee; B.S. Education; Alpha Xi Delta, Social
Chairman 3, Vice-President 4; FTA 1, 2, 3, 4; ACE 4; Garnet
Key 3, 4; Mortified; Sophomore Council; Tally-Ho 2; Senator
3, 4; SCA 1, 2; Corresponding Secretary 2; BSU 1, 2, Social
Chairman; Westminster Fellowship 3, 4; Day Student Counselor
. . . CAROLYN TONYA MOORE, Jacksonville; B.S. Physical
Education; Tarpon Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, Vice-President 3,
President 4; Women's "F" Club 1,2, 3, 4; Sophomore Council;
Junior Counselor; AAHPER; FAHPER; Physical Education Asso-
ciation; Florida High School Activities Association; Intramurals
Unit Manager, Sports Chairman; All-Star, Soccer, Basketball,
Softball . . . JAMES C. MOORE, JR., Plant City; B.S. Arts and
Science; Psychology; Phi Delta Theta, President 3; Circus 1 ;
Men's Judiciary 1 ; Alpha Council 2; Who's Who . . . JAMES
EDWARD MOORE, DeFuniak; B.S. Business; Sigma Chi; Alpha
Council; Gold Key; Westminster Fellowship; Senate 1,2, 3, 4;
Who's Who . . .
ROW FIVE: MARY LOU MOORE, Miami; B.S. Nursing; BSU
1, 2, 3, 4; Transfer, Mars Hill Junior College . . . MARJORIE
H. MORELAND, Havana; B.S. Elementary Education; Sigma
Kappa; Wesley Foundation; Student Group of American Guild
of Organists, President 3; Choral Union 1; University Off-
Campus Court 2; ACE; FTA . . . MARY SUE MOSELEY, Winter
Park, B.S. Arts and Science, Psychology; Delta Zeta; Symphonic
Band 2, 3; Westminster Fellowship . . . JANET LUCILLE
MOSER, Coral Gables; B.S. Education; ACE; FTA; Canterbury
Club . . . JOHNNIE FAYE MOSES, Tampa; B.S. Education;
Circus 1, 2, 3, 4; Gamma Phi Beta, Rush Chairman 2; Vice-
President 3, 4; Village Vamps, Cotillion; Senate; Junior Coun-
selor; Vice-President S. Cawthon; Recreation Club; FTA; Who's
Who . . . JACK PAUL MOSKOS, Tallahassee; B.S. Business;
Delta Sigma Pi; Insurance and Real Estate Club, 2nd Vice-
President . . .
ROW SIX: DON W. MOWATT, St. Petersburg; B.S. Arts
and Science, Psychology . . . CAROLYN ANN MULLIS, Ft.
Myers; B.S. Physical Education; Women's "F" Club 3, 4;
Physical Education Association 1 , 2, 3, 4; AAHPER 1, 2, 3, 4;
Intramural Unit Manager 2 . . . MARILYN MAE MURRAY,
Melbourne; B.S. Business Education; Scholarship Club 1 ; FBLA,
State Treasurer 3, Recording Secretary 4; FTA; Pi Omega Pi
3, 4 . . . GARY W. NAHRSTEDT, Tallahassee; B.S. Arts and
Sciences; Sigma Chi, Pledge Trainer; Phi Eta Sigma; Honor
Committee; Social Standards Committee . . . JAMES IRVIN
NEDLEY, Tallahassee; B.S. Arts and Science, Geology; Geology
Club 4; Seminole Flyers Club, Secretary 3, President 4 . . .
HARRY F. NELSON, West Palm Beach; B.S. Arts and Science,
Art . . .
ROW SEVEN: VIRGINIA PEARL NESMITH, Plant City; B.S.
Home Economics Education; Alpha Lambda Delta; Omicorn
Nu 4; BSU, Vice-President 4; Sophomore Council; 4-H Club,
President 4; Home Economics Club, Secretary 3; Junior Coun-
selor; Vice-President Florida Hall 2; President Bryan Hall 3;
Freshman Orientation Committee 4 . . . JAMES EDWARD
NETTLES, Chipley; B.S. Arts and Science, Geology; Pi Kappa
Phi, President 4, Social Chairman 3; Inter-Fraternity Council,
Treasurer 4; Geology Club 2, 3, 4 . . . GEORGE CHESTER
NEWTON, Ft. Worth, Texas; B.S. Business; Delta Sigma Pi
3, 4; Baking Club 3, 4 . BRIAN DORIAN NICHOLSON,
Pensacola; B.S. Arts and Science, Geology; Geology Club;
Water Ski Club . . MILLARD JEFFERSON NOBLIN, Talla-
hassee; B.S. Arts and Science, Chemistry; Sigma Chi . . .
RALPH AARON NOLEN, Tallahassee; B.M. Music, Vocal
Pedagogy; Choral Union 2, 3, 4, President 3, 4; Phi Mu Alpha
2, 3, 4, Historian 4; Light Opera Guild 2, 3 . . .
the senior class
ROW ONE: MEADE BONNER NORMAN, St. Petersburg;
B.S. Arts and Sciences . . . DURRELL N. NORRIS, Tallahassee;
B.S. Educational; Industrial Arts Club; Dean's List . . . ED-
WARD C. O'CONNELL, Poughkeepsie, N. Y.; B.S. Business;
Newman Club 3; Scullions 3; Feds 3, 4, Treasurer 3; Veteran's
Club; Transfer, Paul Smith College . . . UPTON DAY OFFICER,
Tampa; B.S. Business, Business Management; Pi Kappa Alpha,
Secretary 3, 4; Arnold Air Society, Treasurer 4 . . . PAUL
AUBRY ORT, Clearwater; B.M.E. Education, Music Education;
Phi Delta Theta, President 4; Gold Key; Senior Class President;
Sophomore Class President; University Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Uni-
versity Singers 2, 3; Alpha Council 1, 2; AFROTC 1,2, 3, 4;
Secretary of Student Welfare 3; Kappa Kappa Psi 2, 3, 4;
Dormitory Floor Governor 1; Who's Who . . . WILLIAM B.
O'STEEN, Jacksonville; B.A. Arts and Sciences, English; Tau
Kappa Epsilon; Epsilon Kappa; Transfer, University of Florida.
ROW TWO: WILLIAM L. OSTERHOUDT, Key West; B.S.
Business, Insurance and Real Estate; Theta Chi, Rush Chair-
man; Varsity Track 1; Traffic Committee 2 . . . CAROL ANN
OTTS, DeFuniak Springs; B.S. Home Economics; Home Eco-
nomics Club 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . CAROL SUE OWEN, Daytona
Beach; B.M.E. Music Education; Zeta Tau Alpha, Music Di-
rector 3; Sigma Alpha lota, Treasurer; Choral Union; Women's
Glee Club; Light Opera Guild . . . SINUAN PAEPRABHATR,
Angthong, Thailand; B. S. Education . . . CAROLYN XAN-
DRINA PAINTER, Ft. Meade; B.S. Home Economics; FTA; Home
Economics Club; Transfer, Florida Southern College . . . ANGIE
ROSE PALERMO, Tampa; B.A. Arts and Sciences, Art; Alpha
Omicron Pi; Newman Club; Fashion Institute . . .
ROW THREE: SANG OH PARK, Seoul, Korea; B.A. Arts and
Sciences, Economics; International Students Club; Newman
Club; Transfer, Seoul National University . . CLYDE RUSS
One of these mornings I'm putting it on upside-down.
PARRISH, Vernon; B.A. Journalism, Advertising . . . PATRICIA
MARILYN PASCIAK, Palmetto; B.S. Education, Elementary Ed-
ucation; Dormitory Vice-President 1; Freshman Cabinet; New-
man Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Regional Executive of Newman Clubs in
Florida 2, 3, 4; Sophomore Council; Dormitory Government 2;
Traffic Court 2; Chief Justice Traffic Court 4; Warpath Club
2 . . . JANIE CONCETTA PASQUARELLO, Miami; B.S.
Business, Secretarial Science; Alpha Delta Pi, President 4;
Warpath Club, Sec. 3; Circus 1, 2; Village Vamps
. . CHARLOTTE HOLMES PATTEN, Chattanooga, Tenn.;
B.S. Home Economics, Foods and Nutrition; Pi Beta Phi, Ac-
tivities Chairman 2; Village Vamps; Sophomore Council; Alpha
Lambda Delta; Wesley Foundation; Co-Winner Freshman Scho-
lastic Award; Circus 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Counselor for Day
Students; Garnet Key; Mortar Board; Co-President of Student
Religious Association 3; InterFaith Fellowship 4; Omicron Nu,
Secretary 3; Co-Winner of Home Economics Junior Scholar-
ship Award; Danforth Home Economics Senior Award; Senate
4; Who's Who . . . PHYLLIS McCHESNEY PATTEN, Chatta-
nooga, Tenn.; B.S. Home Economics, Foods and Nutrition; Pi
Beta Phi; Village Vamps; Sophomore Council; Alpha Lambda
Delta; Wesley Foundation; Co-Winner Freshman Scholastic
Award; Circus 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Counselor; Garnet Key; Mortar
Board; Co-President of Student Religious Association 3; Inter-
Faith Fellowship; Omicron Nu; Danforth Home Economics
Senior Award; Honor Court 4; Who's Who . . .
ROW FOUR: PRISCILLA LEE PEARCE, St Petersburg; B.S.
Education, Art Education; Art Education Club; FTA; FATA . . .
CAROLYN A. PECK, Lake City; B.A. Library Science; Soltas
1, 3, 4, Secretary 3; FTA 1 , 2, 3 . . . NORMA BESS PERRY,
Tallevast; B.S. Home Economics Education; Home Economics
Club; Collegiate 4-H Club; Baptist Student Union . . . LOUISE
FRANCER PETERING, Lake Wales; B.S. Elementary Education;
Alpha Xi Delta; Scholarship Club; Sandspur . . . EARLE W.
PETERSON, JR., Hallandale; B.S. Business, Accounting; Kappa
Alpha, Treasurer 3; Alpha Council; Sophomore and Junior
Men's Judiciary; Pershing Rifles; Scabbard and Blade, President
4; Varsity Swimming Team Manager 2, 3 . . . DANIEL
PETURSSON, Reykjavik, Iceland; B.S. Business; Scullions; FSU
Flying Club; International Students Club . . .
ROW FIVE: BARBARA LEA PICHARD, Tallahassee; B.A.;
Baptist Student Union . . . WINONA M. PICKELS, Palatka;
B.S. Arts and Sciences, Biology . . . ROBERT LEE PICKERING,
JR., Fort Myers; B.S. Education, Social Studies . . . SHIMER
ZANE PINCKNEY, Pinellas Park; B.S. Arts and Sciences, Mathe-
matics; Phi Sigma Kappa; Phi Theta Kappa; Mathematics Club
. . . BETSY WOLCOTT PINKERTON, Tallahassee; B.S. Arts
and Sciences, Psychology; Tau Beta Sigma 4; Marching Chiefs
3, 4; Concert Band 3, 4; Westminster Fellowship 1, 2, 3, 4;
Theater Dance Group 2 . . . GEORGIA ALICE PITTAS, Bar-
tow; B.S. Nursing; Student Nurses Association 1 , 2, 3, 4 . . .
ROW SIX: NANCY VIRGINIA PLATTE, St. Petersburg, B.A.
Education, Elementary Education; Scholarship Club 3; FTA 3,
4; St. Petersburg Junior College . . . NATHANIEL WILLIAM
POLAK, Tallahassee; B.S. Business, Insurance and Real Estate;
Lambda Chi Alpha; Football 1, 2, 3; "F" Club 1, 2, 3, Sec-
retary 1 ; Veterans Club 3, 4, President 4; Alpha Kappa Psi 4;
Insurance and Real Estate Club 4 . . . BETTY ANN POOL,
Pompano Beach; B.S. Education; Delta Zeta, Vice-President 4;
FTA 4; Scholarship Club 1, 2, 3, 4 . . . ROBERT WILLIAM
POPE, Tallahassee; B.S. Social Welfare, Juvenile Correction;
Tau Kappa Epsilon; West Hall Dormitory Officer; Alpha Phi
Omega; Social Work Club; Transfer, University of Florida . . .
MYRA JEAN PORTER, Chipley; B.S. Elementary Education;
FTA 2, 3, 4; Epsilon Chi 2, 3, Secretary 4; Junior Counselor;
Scholarship Club . . . ROBERT M. PORTER, Crawfordville; B.S.
Business, Personnel Management; Kappa Alpha, President 4;
Omicron Delta Kappa 3, Vice-President 4; Alpha Council, Bap-
tist Student Union 4; Traffic Court 2, 3; Senator 4; Collegians
ROW SEVEN: JAMES HENRY POWERS, St. Petersburg; B.S.
Business . . . KATHRYN EVELYN POWERS, Dania; B.S. Ele-
mentary Education; Scholarship Club 1, 2, 3, 4; FTA . . .
REBECCA L. POYTHRESS, Rocky Mount, N. G.J B.S. Nursing
Education . . . FRED L. PRINCE, Charlotte, N. C; B.S. Arts
and Sciences, Economics . . . KAY ELLEN PRITCHARD, St.
Petersburg; B.S. Nursing; Student Nurses Association 2, 3, 4;
Newman Club 2, 3, 4 . . WILLAM MORRIS PROKOPI,
Manitoba, Canada; B.M. Music Theory; Phi Eta Sigma, Treas-
urer 2; Phi Mu Alpha; Concert Band; Choral Union . . .
the senior class
ROW ONE: KATHLEEN PSARAS, Tarpon Springs; B.S. Edu-
cation; Garnet Key; ACE 3, 4; Dean's List; Sophomore Council;
Junior Counselor; Vice-President Gilchrist Hall 2, President 4
CHARLES GORDON PSCHIRRER, Canton, III ; B.S. Arts
and Science, Speech, Radio and TV; WFSU-FM; Transfer,
Palm Beach Junior College . . . JEANETTE PUCKETT, Perry;
B.S. Business; Phi Mu; University Singers 2, 3, 4; Flambeau
Staff 3; FEA 3, 4 . . . MARY MOLLY QUINCE, Miami; B.S.
Nursing; Student Nurses' Association 1 , 2, 3, 4; Choral Union
2 . . . DONALD BOYER RAMSEY, Port St. Joe; B.S. Business,
Insurance and Real Estate; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Varsity
Swimming 1, 2, 3; Insurance and Real Estate Club 4 . . .
DONALD BLAINE RANDALL, Clearwater; B.S. Business, In-
surance and Real Estate; Phi Delta Theta; University Singers
1, 2, 3, President 2, 3; Choral Union 1; Insurance and Real
Estate Club 4; Modern Dance 2; Wesley Foundation . . .
ROW TWO: CARMINE JOAN RANIERI, St. Petersburg; B.A.
Arts and Science, Spanish Education; Alpha Gamma Delta,
Rush Chairman 4; Secretary of Senate 3; Secretary of Student
Events 4; Treasurer Sophomore Class; Sophomore Council;
Secretary of Student Party 3; Sigma Delta Pi 3, 4; Kappa Delta
Pi 3, 4; Mortar Board, Secretary 4; Garnet Key; Who's Who
. . . ARTHUR EUGENE RADIN, Tallahassee; B.S. Business,
Transportation; Vets Club, Treasurer 3 . . . C. NILES RAY,
Asheville, N. C; B.S. Business, Accounting; Sigma Chi, Social
Chairman 3, Treasurer 4 . . . ELINOR FRANCES REED, Alex-
andria, Va.; B.S. Nursing; Alpha Xi Delta; Student Christian
Association 1; Westminster Fellowship; Student Nurses 1, 2
. . . HERB F. REINHARD, JR., Miami; B.S. Arts and Science;
Lambda Chi Alpha; Sandspur Chairman 1, 2, 3; Cavalier 1,
2, 3, 4; Flambeau Staff 2; Tally-Ho Staff 2 . . . TED MAR-
SHALL REITER, Bradenton; B.S. Business, Accounting; Kappa
Sigma, Vice-President 3 . . .
Whaddya mean, three no-trump? We're playing poker.
ROW THREE: PATRICIA RUTH REGISTER; Tallahassee;
B.S. Arts and Science, Biology . . . LISA MARGARET RENO,
Miami; B.S. Home Economics, Fashion Design; Phi Mu, Treas-
urer 3, 4; Gamma Alpha Chi; Fashion Institute 2, 3, 4 . . .
RICHARD CARDOZA REIS, Central Falls, R. I.; B.M.E. Music
Education; Marching Chiefs; Symphonic Band . . . WALTER
LEON REVELL, Tallahassee; B.S. Journalism . . . EUNICE
CARLYEN RHODES, Ft. Myers; B.S. Business Retailing; Phi
Mu, Fraternity Education Chairman 3, President 4; Transfer,
Rollins College . . . LEONARD LAMAR RICH.. Niceville; B.S.
Elementary Education; Social Welfare Club; Vets Club . . .
ROW FOUR: EVERETT ROYCE RICHARDSON, Jacksonville;
B.S. Business; Alpha Kappa Psi . . . JOSEPH RIESGO, JR.,
Tampa; B.S. Arts and Science, Social Science . . . MARION
FAYE RIGBY, Pensacola; B.S. Education, Elementary; Dorm
Council 3; Transfer, Pensacola Junior College . . . CAROLYN
RUTH RILEY, Winter Haven; B.A. Education, Recreation;
Alpha Chi Omega, Social Chairman 4; SRA 3; Recreation Club,
Vice-President 3; Transfer . . . NANCY MAE RISMILLER,
Leesburg; B.S. Elementary Education; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4;
BSU 1, 2, 3, 4; Dorm Vice-President 3; Junior Counselor;
FTA 2, 4; Choral Union 4 . . . DORIS ROGERS ROBERDS,
Pensacola; B.A. Education, Education and Recreation; Alpha
Gamma Delta; Tarpon 3, 4; Kappa Delta Pi 4; Recreation
Association 2, 4; Wesley Foundation 1,2, 3, 4; Epsilon Chi 4;
ACE 4; FTA 4 . . .
ROW FIVE: FRED ROBERTS, Ft. Lauderdale; B.S. Public
Administration; Lt. Governor West Hall 3; Gold Key, Secretary
3, 4; Varsity Debate 1 , 2, 3, 4; Senate 4; Tau Kappa Alpha
3, 4; Board of Publications; After Dinner Speaking Champion
F.S.U. 3; All-Southern Debating Tournament 1st Place 3 . . .
GERALD F. ROBERTS, Baldwin; B.S. Business, Marketing . . .
BARBARA ANN ROBERSON, Jacksonville; B.S. Home Eco-
nomics, Food and Nutrition; Phi Mu . . . DIXON GALT ROB-
INSON, Tallahassee; B.S. Business, Marketing; Kappa Alpha
. . . PATTY ROBINSON, Williston; B.S. Home Economics,
Home Economics Education; BSU, Secretary 4; Women's "F"
Club; Home Economics Club; FTA . . . PERRY O'NEAL ROB-
INSON, Crestview; B.A. Business; Sigma Phi Epsilon; BSU 1.
ROW SIX: PATRICIA GAY ROBSON, Pompano Beach; B.S.
Business, Insurance and Real Estate; Delta Zeta, Treasurer;
Student Religious Association 3, 4; Insurance and Real Estate
Club, Secretary 2, 3, 4; Circus 2; Politics Club 3; Sophomore
Council; Flambeau Staff 1 ; Wesley Foundation . . . IRENE
RODRIGUEZ, Tampa; B.S. Home Economics, Home Economics
Education; Gamma Phi Beta, Pan Hel Delegate 3; State Party
Secretary 2; Junior Counselor; Vice-President N. Cawthon 4;
Home Economics Club 2 . . . JACK W. ROGERO, San Mateo;
B.S. Education; Lambda Chi Alpha; Epsilon Chi, Vice-President
4; FTA 3; Sandspur Chairman 2; Westminster Fellowship 4
. . . JAMES H. ROGERS, Quincy; B.A. Arts and Science; Kappa
Sigma; Phi Mu Alpha; Sintonia 2, 3, 4; Kappa Kappa Psi 3, 4
. . . JANE ROGERS, Kissimmee; B.A. Elementary Education;
Delta Zeta, Pan Hel Representative 3, 4; FTA 2, 4; ACE 3;
Transfer, Queens College . . . SUE CAROLYN ROGERS, Clear-
water; B.A. Arts and Science, Psychology; Alpha Omicron Pi,
Scholarship Chairman 4; Theatre Dance, Secretary 3, Produc-
tion Manager 4; Psychology Club; Vice-President S. Cawthon 3;
Delta Tau Delta Queen 4 . . .
ROW SEVEN: KENNETH G. ROHACH, Tampa; B.S. Busi-
ness, Restaurant and Hotel Management; Theta Chi . . .
MARY BERKHAN ROHACH, Tampa; B.S. Elementary Educa-
tion; Delta Zeta; Women's Glee Club; FTA . . . HENRIETTA
DEAN ROLLEN, Tallahassee; B.S. Physical Education; Physical
Education Association 4; Chairman Women's Division Univer-
sity Recreation 4; Transfer . . . PATRICIA ELLEN ROONEY,
Orlando; B.S. Education; Mortar Board; Tarpon Club 2, 3, 4,
Treasurer 2; Women's "F" Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3,
President 4; URA 2, 3, 4, President 4; AAHPR 1, 2, 3, 4;
Garnet Key; Dorm President 3, 4; Who's Who . . . DIANNE
C. ROWE, Jacksonville; B.A. Arts and Science, Biology and
Zoology; Delta Gamma; Newman Club 1 ; Biology Club 2;
Junior Counselor . . . ELLEN MARGARET ROWE, Akron, Ohio;
B.A. Arts and Science, Spanish; Alpha Gamma Delta; Los
Picaros 3; FTA 4 . . .
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the senior class
ROW ONE: CHARLES GLENNON ROWELL, Jay; B.S. Edu-
cation . . . ALICE G. ROY, Tallahassee; B.S. Nursing Educa-
tion . . ELIZABETH BARBARA ROZMAN, Tallahassee; B.S.
Arts and Science, History; Newman Club . . . ALLAN WILSON
RUSSELL, Jacksonville; B.S. Social Welfare; Phi Eta Sigma . . .
TEDDY S. RYBICKI, Moriches, N. Y.; B.S. Advertising; Alpha
Delta Sigma, President 4 . . . RENA JAME McBRIDE RYBICKI,
Panama City; B.S. Home Economics, Child Development; Alpha
Chi Omega; Home Economics Club; Newman Club . . .
. . . HENRY G. SCHARLES, JR., Tallahassee; B.S. Arts and
Science, Psychology; Veterans Club . . . MARILYN CAROLYN
SCHAUBLE, Bradenton; B.S. Home Economics Education; New-
man Club; FTA Home Economics Club; Transferred, St. Peters-
burg Junior College . . . FRANK HUGH SCHEIBLE, Milwaukee,
Wis.; B.S. Business; Alpha Kappa Psi . . . JOHN HERMAN
SCHILL, St. Petersburg; B.S. Business, Restaurant and Hotel
Management; Delta Sigma Pi . . .
ROW TWO: DAVID LEE SALMON, JR., St Petersburg; B.S.
Arts and Sciences, Zoology; Kappa Sigma; I.F.C. -4 . . .
CHARLES O. SANDERS, Pensacola; B.S. Arts and Sciences,
Social Science . . . JANE DENTON SANDERS, Deland; B.A.
Arts and Sciences, French; Alpha Gamma Delta; Phi Beta
Honorary Music and Speech; Canterbury 3, 4; International
Club; Transfer from Dijon, France . . . CHARLES SAMUEL
SAPP, Madison; B.S. Business, Business Management . . .
SHIRLEEN SASSER, Tampa; B.S. Education; Kappa Delta;
Freshman Flunkies; Women's Glee Club; Sophomore Council;
FTA; ACE . . . SUZANNE SAUNDERS, Lake Worth; B.A. Arts
and Science, Speech; Alpha Gamma Delta; Les Jongleurs;
Speech Production "Skin of Our Teeth," FTA; Transferred
from Palm Beach Junior College . . .
ROW FOUR: LOVIS LEO SCHLITT, Vero Beach; B.S. Busi-
ness, Insurance and Real Estate; Newman Club; Honor So-
ciety; Insurance and Real Estate Club; Alpha Phi Omega . . .
ROBERT RICHARD SCHLIPF, Louisville, Ky.; B.S. Business,
Baking Science and Management; Alpha Kappa Psi; Bakers
Club . . . PATSY ANN SCHULSTAD, Bradenton; B.S. Social
Welfare; Alpha Gamma Delta . . . WILLARD H. SCOTT,
Greenville; Sigma Phi Epsilon, Vice-President 3, Comptroller 4
. . . SHIRLEY ANN SEAMAN, Waycross, Ga.; B.S. in Nursing
Delta Delta Delta, Chaplain; Vice-President Broward Hall
Sophomore Council; Student Nurses Association 1, 2, 3, 4
Wesley Foundation 1 , 2, 3 . . . JAMES LONNIE SELLERS
Panama City; Arts and Sciences, Mathematics; Alpha Phi
Omega, Secretary 4 . . .
ROW THREE: CHARLES HEROLD SCARBROUGH, Atlanta,
Ga.; B.S. Baking Science and Management; Delta Sigma Pi,
Secretary; Alpha Phi Omega; Student Christian Association;
Dormitory Council . . . ETTIE LOVE SCARBOROUGH, Chatta-
hoochee; B.S. Education; Chi Omega; Wesley Foundation 3,
Chairman of Vespers 4; Junior Counselor; FTA; Association
of Childhood Education 4; Epsilon Chi 4; Senior Honor Court
You can almost tell it's Sunday.
ROW FIVE: LONNIE DAVID SELLERS, Delray Beach; B.A.
Elementary Education; Sigma Nu; Alpha Phi Omega, Presi-
dent 3, 4; Tennis 2, 3; Collegians; Scholarship Club 2; Trans-
ferred, University of Florida . . . CARLA KAE SESSIONS, Talla-
hassee; B.S. Education; Home Economics Club 3, 4; FTA 3, 4
. . . JUANITA McANNALLY SETTINE, Green Cove Springs;
B. S.; American Chemical Society; Transferred, University of
Hawaii . . . PATRICIA ELLIS SEXTON, Marianna; B.S. Edu-
cation, Elementary Education; Phi Mu; FTA; Transferred, Chi-
pola Junior College . AUTUMN YVONNE SHANNON,
Sanford; B.S. Business Education; Alpha Lambda Delta 1 ; Pi
Omega Pi 3, 4; FTA 4 . . . MARTHA GWENDOLYN SHAN-
NON, Sanford; B.S. Education; Sigma Tau Delta 2; Alpha
Lambda Delta 2; Epsilon Chi 2, Treasurer; BSU 2; Choral
Union 3 . . .
ROW SIX: CHARLOTTE L. SHARP, Perry; B.S. Education,
Art Education; Dean's I ist; Art Education Club 2, 3, 4; FEA
. . . DAWN SHARP, Nokomis; B.A. English; Sigma Kappa,
Pie'ge Scholarship Award, Chapter Scholarship Award 3, Schol-
arship Chairman 3, 4; Sigma Tau Delta 2, 3, 4, President 3;
Winner Original Oratory Contest in FSU Speech Intramurals
Tournament; Sophomore Council; Westminster Fellowship 1, 2,
3, 4; Epsilon Chi 3, 4; Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4; Kappa Delta Pi
3, 4 . . . CHARLES GARLAND SHAW, Longwood; B.S. Business,
Management and Finance; Phi Kappa Tau; Cavalier 3, 4 . . .
EDNA MAE SHEPARD, Tallahassee; B.S. Business, Accounting
. . . DAVID JOSEPH SHERMAN, Ouida, Colo.; B.S. Business,
Accounting; Alpha Kappa Psi 4; Accounting Honorary 4; Vet-
erans Club 3, 4; American Accounting Association 4; Transfer,
Northeastern Junior College of Colorado . . . GLENDA JO
SHERRILL, Lookout Mountain, Tenn.; B.S. Home Economics;
Pi Beta Phi, Historian 4; Tarpon Club 2, 3, 4 . . .
ROW SEVEN: GORDON HAYES SHIRAH, II, Sarasota; B.S.
Business, Accounting . . . MARGARET LYNN SHIRLEY, Paho-
kee; B.M.E. Music Education; Alpha Omicron Pi, Secretary 4;
Sigma Alpha lota, Secretary 4; Choral Union 1, 2; Women's
Glee Club 3, 4; MENC; Scholarship Club 4 . . . MARTHA
MARIE SIMMONS, Orlando; B.S. Elementary Education; Fresh-
Man Flunkies; Home Economics Club 3; FTA 4; Delta Zeta
. . . MARY FRANCES SIMMONS, Jacksonville; B.S. Education;
Marching Chiefs; Tau Beta Sigma; Social Chairman South
Cawthon; Executive Council Westminster House; FTA . . .
GRETA LOUISE SIMS, St. Petersburg; B.A. Arts and Science,
English; Kappa Alpha Theta; Sophomore Council; Sophomore
Women's Judiciary; Sigma Tau Delta 2, 3, 4; Senators 3;
Mortified; President of Westminster Fellowship 4; Garnet Key
3, 4, President 4; Secretary of Inter-Faith Student Council;
Who's Who . . . PEARL SKINNER, Tallahassee; B.A. Library
Science; Newman Club . . .
the senior class
ROW ONE: BEATRICE PEARL SMITH, Mims; B.S. Arts and
Science, Medical Technology; Wesley Foundation 1, 2, 3, 4;
Wesley Players 3, 4, Corresponding Secretary 4; FTA 3 . . .
JOHN HINES SMITH, Jacksonville; B.S. Business; Kappa
Alpha, Corresponding Secretary 2, Social Chairman 2, Rush
Chairman; Alpha Kappa Psi ; Election Committee 2, 3, 4; Pub-
lic Relation Office; Collegians 3 . . . MARY ANN SMITH,
Quincy; B.S. Elementary Education; Alpha Gamma Delta; FTA;
ACE; Epsilon Chi; Transfer Gulf Park College . . . MILFORD
DURWOOD SMITH, Bonifay; B.S. Business Administration;
Alpha Kappa Psi 3, 4; Vets Club 4 . . . ROBERT LEE SMITH,
Tampa; B.S. Public Administration . . . STANLEY L. SMITH,
JR., Lutz; B.S. Business Administration; Insurance and Real
Estate Club 3, 4; Collegians 3, 4; Dorm Government 4; Delta
Sigma Pi 2, 3, 4; Senior Class Executive Council 4 . . .
ROW TWO: VIRGINIA CAROLYN SMITH, Jacksonville;
B.A. Library Science; Soltas Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Vice-
President 4 . . . VIRGINIA ROGERS SMITH, Jacksonville; B.A.
Arts and Science, English; Chi Omega, Treasurer 3, Vice-
President 4; Sigma Tau Delta 2, 3, 4; Tally-Ho Staff 1 . . .
JAMES RALPH SOLES, Auburndale; B.S. Arts and Sciences,
History; Omicron Delta Kappa; Gold Key, Vice-President 4;
Alpha Council; Alpha Delta Sigma, Secretary-Treasurer 3;
Politics Club 3, 4, Vice-President 4; Wesley Foundation 1, 2,
3, 4, Council 3, 4; Young Democrats 3, 4, Vice-President 3;
Flambeau Columnist 3, 4; Pow Wow Staff 3; Student Senate
1, 2, 3; Men's Vice-President 4; Student Body Vice-President
4; Who's Who . . . NELL LAMAR SOLOMON, Marianna; B.S.
Elementary Education; FTA; FBLA . . . RAY HANCE SOLO-
MON, Tallahassee; B.S. Business; Insurance and Real Estate
Club 1 . . . ROBERT SOMMER, Bronx, N. Y.; B.S. Business
Finance; Public Relations Chairman of Delta Sigma Pi 3, 4 . . .
ROW THREE: JANE ANN SOPER, St. Petersburg, Arts and
Science, Sociology; Delta Delta Delta, Vice-President 4; Senate
Yuletide joy — oh boy, oh boy.
I; Sophomore Council, President; Garnet Key 2, 3, 4, Treasurer
2; Wesley Foundation, Officer 3, 4; Junior Counselor; Class
Executive Council 3, 4; Mortar Board; Who's Who . . . GOR-
DON EDWARDS SPEED, Jacksonville; B.S. Arts and Science,
History; Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship, President 3, Vice-
President 4; Inter-Faith Fellowship, Vice-President 4; Alpha
Pi Omega, Chaplain 4; BSU 1, 2; President Magnolia Hall 3;
Scholarship Award, Magnolia Hall 2 . . . BETTY LEJEAN
SPENCE, Niceville; B.S. Home Economics Education; Junior
Counselor; Home Economics Club; FTA; Wesley Foundation
Council . . . PLATT ROGERS SPENCER, JR., Port Orange; B.S.
Business, Accounting; Marching Chiefs 1 ; Circus Band 1 ;
Christian Science Organization 1 , 2, 3, 4 . . . DON RAY
SPIVEY, Tampa; B.A. Secondary Education; FTA; Bit and Spur;
Choral Union; Veterans Club; Speech Productions and Light
Opera Guild Productions . . . CHARLES ROSS SPROUL, Holly-
wood; B.S. Arts and Science, Geology; Geology Club . . .
ROW FOUR: LISABETH ANTIONETTE STAINER, Tampa;
B.S. Home Economics, Fashion Design; Alpha Lambda Delta;
Sophomore Council; Garnet Key; Mortar Board; Omicron Nu;
Pi Delta Phi 4; Junior Counselor, Vice-President Jennie Mur-
phree 3; President N. Cawthon 4; Junior Honor Court; West-
minster Fellowship . . . WILLIAM ELLIS STANLEY, JR., Talla-
hassee; B.S. Business; Phi Eta Sigma 2, 3, 4; Delta Sigma Pi
4 . . . NANCY JANE STECH, Montgomery, Ala.; B.S. Social
Welfare, Social Welfare and Child Development; Pi Beta Phi;
Circus 2, 3, 4; Social Welfare Club 2, 3, 4; Westminster Fel-
lowship 2; Transfer, Stetson University . . . JOAN STECKER,
Ft. Lauderdale; B.S. Social Welfare; Social Welfare Club 1 , 2,
3, 4, President 4; ACE 4; Circus 1 ; Kappa Delta, Activities
Chairman 4 . . . LOIS STEIN, St. Petersburg; B.S. Business,
Retailing; Gamma Alpha Chi; Fashion Institute; Transfer, St.
Petersburg Junior College . . . TICIA ELIZABETH STITT,
Clewiston; B.S. Home Economics, Home Economics Education;
Kappa Delta Pi 2; Westminster Fellowship 4; Choral Union,
Business Manager 3; Home Economics Club 4; Finance Com-
mittee of Student Government 1 ; Vice-President Florida Hall,
Summer . . .
ROW FIVE: SIDNEY DYKES STOTESBURY, Gainesville; B.S.
Business Management and Finance; Phi Delta Theta; Circus
. . . JUNE BOWEN STOUTAMIRE, Limestone; B.S. Home Eco-
nomics Education; Gymkana 1, 2, Manager 2; Art Interest
Club; Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Executive Council 3;
Collegiate 4-H Club I, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4 . . . G. WAR-
REN STRICKLAND, Miami; B.S. Business Management; Var-
sity Track 1,2, 3, 4; Sigma Delta Psi . . . JOAN E. STRICK-
LAND, Marianna; B.S. Education, Social Studies; Delta Zeta,
Social Chairman 3; Circus 1, 2; Scholarship Club 2; Cotillion
2, 3, 4; Modern Dance 3; Junior Counselor; FTA 3; Dean's List
. . . CARL WILBUR STUCKI, The Dalles, Oregon; B.S. Interna-
tional Affairs, U. S. Air Force; Bootstrap Student . . . KUSON
SUCHANYA, Bangkok, Thailand; Elementary Education . . .
ROW SIX: ALICE FLORENCE SULLIVAN, Bartow; B.S. Edu-
cation; Alpha Delta Pi; Gymnastica 4; Gymkana 3, 4; Tally-
Ho Staff 2 . . . MATTHEW JOHN SULLIVAN, Grosse Pointe,
Mich.; B.S. Public Administration; FEDS; Varsity Volleyball
2, 3, 4; Florida Correctional Research Association; American
Society of Public Administration; Newman Club . . . JACQUE-
LINE SUTOR, Tallahassee; B.S. Nursing; Student Nurses, As-
sociation, Secretary 2; Wesley Foundation . . . PRISCILLA
ANNE SWAIN, St. Petersburg; B.A. Education; Kappa Alpha
Theta; Mortar Board; Garnet Key; Sigma Delta Pi; Methodist
Student House; Band 4; Tau Beta Sigma; Honor Court; Sopho-
more Council; Junior Counselor; Alpha Delta Lambda; Who's
Who . . . HARVEY ROE SWEENEY, Tallahassee; B.S. Busi-
ness, Accounting; Varsity Baseball; "F" Club . . . JOHN BAX-
TER SWING, Tallahassee; B.S. Business, Personnel Manage-
ment . . .
ROW SEVEN: DOLORES MARIE SYMASEK, Jacksonville;
B.M.E. Music Education; Women's Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Newman
Club 2; Sigma Alpha lota 3, 4; Choral Union 3; MENC 3; Co-
Chairman Campus Sing 4; Transfer, Jacksonville College of
Music . . . GILBERT BOARMAN SYPHER, Tampa; B.S. Busi-
ness; Kappa Alpha; Transfer, University of Florida . . . JO-
SEPH G. TAYLOR, Tallahassee; B.S. Physical Education; Sigma
Phi Epsilon; Varsity Gymnastic Team 1, 2, 3, 4; Gymkana 1,
2, 3, 4 . . ROBERT MICKLER TEMPLE, JR., Tallahassee;
B.S. Arts and Science; Sigma Chi, President 4; Gold Key; Alpha
Council, President 2; Senate Chaplain; Sophomore Senator;
Junior Class President; Circus 1, 2, 3; Who's Who . . . JAMES
LEWIS TEW, DeFuniak Springs; B.S. Education . . . BEVERLY
ANN THOMAS, West Palm Beach; B.S. Education, Science;
Transfer, Palm Beach Junior College . . .
the senior class
ROW ONE: JAMES BERT THOMAS, JR., Monticello; B.S.
Business, Accounting; Delta Sigma Pi Business Fraternity;
Intramural Athletics; University Intramural Council; Collegians;
Student Audit Committee; Dorm Government; Wesley Foun-
dation Council, Athletic Chairman . . . SARAH BETTY
THOMAS, Laurel Hill; B.S. Nursing, Nursing Education; Bap-
tist Student Union . . . SUE E. THOMAS, Ft. Pierce; B.S.
Education, Physical Education; Women's "F" Club, Treasurer
3; Physical Education Association 1, 2, 3, 4; AAHPER 1, 2,
3, 4, Vice-President 4; Intramural Unit Manager; WNORC
4 . . DOROTHY VIRGINIA THOMASSON, Lakeland; B.S.
Nursing; Florida State Student Nurses Association 1,2, 3, 4;
Women's "F" Club 2, 3, 4; Gymkana 1, 2; Flambeau Staff
1,2... DOTTIE SUE THOMPSON, Jacksonville; B.S. Edu-
cation, Elementary Education; Alpha Chi Omega, Scholarship
Chairman 2, Treasurer 3, President 4; FTA 1, 2, 3, 4; ACE
3, 4; Epsilon Chi 3, 4; Kappa Delta Pi 4; Panhellenic Honor
Chairman 4; Scholarship Club 3, 4 . . . ELIN ISABELLA
THOMPSON, Port Orange; B.S. Nursing; Student Nurses,
Association 1, 2, 3, 4 . . .
ROW TWO: GAVIN E. THORSEN, Pensacola; B.S. Social
Welfare . . . LOIS ANITA TICHENOR, Miami; B.S. Arts and
Sciences, Mathematics; Wesley Foundation 1 , 2, 3, 4, Treas-
urer 3, 4; Junior Counselor 3 . . . FRANK W. TILLIS, Talla-
hassee; B.S. Business, Personnel Management . . . MARGIE
TINDELL, Lake Wales; Arts and Sciences, Speech; Alpha Xi
Delta; Gamma Alpha Chi; Les Jongleurs, Vice-President; Who's
Who Committee . . . ELIZABETH ANN TITTERTON, Ft. Lau-
Two to one the washing machine's already in use.
derdale; B.S. Education, Elementary Education; Art Interest
Club, Officer 2, Ruge Hall, Episcopal Center 2, 3, 4; FTA 3,
4; ACE 4 . . . LOIS JOYCE TODD, Tampa; B.M.E. Music Edu-
cation; Alpha Omicron Pi; Music Educators National Confer-
ence Association 4; Newman Club 1, 2, 3; Music Teachers
National Association 4; Gymkana 2 . . .
ROW THREE: LOIS RITA TOURTELOT, St. Petersburg; B.S.
Social Welfare; Baptist Student Union; Social Work Club;
Student Religious Association . . . NORMA LEE TRIPPODO,
Miami; B.S. Tau Kappa Alpha 3, President 4; Assistant At-
torney General 3; Secretary of Organizations 4; Vice-President
Gilchrist 4; Varsity Debate 1 , 2, 3 . . . WALTER LEON
TRUITT, Tallahassee; B.S. Business, Marketing; Dean's List
2, 3 . . . MICHEL PHILIP TSCHIRRET, Toledo, Ohio; B.S.
Journalism, Advertising; Theta Chi; Swimming Team 1,2, 3, 4,
Captain 4; Senior Executice Commission . . . BARBARA ANN
TUCKER, West Palm Beach; B.S. Nursing; Student Nurses'
Association 1, 2, 3, 4; Disciple Student Fellowship 1,2, 3, 4;
Transferred from Palm Beach Junior College 1 . . . GALE
BAXTER TUGGLE, Mulga, Ala.; B.S. Education; Sigma Delta
Psi; Men's "F" Club 3, 4 . . .
ROW FOUR: LUCILE TINNIN TURNAGE, West Palm Beach;
B.A. Arts and Sciences, English; Delta Delta Delta; Theatre
Dance Group 1,2, 3, 4; Production Manager 2, 3, President 4;
Episcopal Student Center, Vestry 2, 3, Junior Warden 4; Gym-
kana 1, 2; Sandspur 1, 2; Junior Counselor . . . MARY ANNE
TURPIN, Dania; B.S. Education; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4; State
Scholarship Club 1, 2, Treasurer 3, President 4; Wesley Foun-
dation; 4-H Club; FTA 1, 2, 4; Florida Hall Vice-President;
Campus Chest Treasurer 4 . . . RONALD GEORGE TWITTY,
Argo, III.; B.S. Journalism, Advertising; Theta Chi, President
4, Key Man, National Centennial Convention 4; IFC 4; Tally-
Ho Staff 2; Varsity Swimming Team 1, 2, 3; Alpha Delta Sigma
3, 4 . . . RALPH E. UPTON, Vernon; B.S. Education, Industrial
Arts, Vocational; Industrial Arts Club . . . RICHARD G. VAN-
DER LINDE, Miami; B.A. Business . . . EDWARD MALUIN
VAUGHN, Tallahassee; B.S. Arts and Sciences, Mathematics.
ROW FIVE: EVELYN VERNELL VINZANT, Tallahassee;
A.B Home Economics . . . GRACE ELSA VON TONGELN,
Miami; B.S. Home Economics, Home Economics Education;
FTA; Scholarship Club; Transfer Counselor . . . IDA KATH-
ERINE WADE, Tallahassee; B.S. Education, Elementary Edu-
cation; Zeta Tau Alpha; Westminster Fellowship 2, 3, 4, Sec-
retary-Treasurer 2; Sophomore Councl; Junior Counselor . . .
LAURA WADSWORTH, Odessa; B.S. Education, Secondary
Education; Alpha Omicron Pi, Vice-President 4; Circus 1, 2, 3;
Junior Counselor . . . MARIE C. WADSWORTH, Tallahassee;
B.A. Education, Speech Therapy; Zeta Tau Alpha; Campus
Chest Officer; Sigma Alpha Eta . . . RAYMOND WALTER
WAGNER, Tallahassee; B.S. Arts and Sciences, Geology; Dorm
President 1, Officer 2; Alpha Council Member; Circus 2;
Sophomore Class Vice-President; Homecoming Committee 3,
4; Senior Class Vice-President . . .
ROW SIX: MARLIN B. WALDORFF, Marianna; B.S. Business,
Finance; Delta Sigma Pi; Transfer from Chipola Junior College
. . . BETTY JOE WALKER, Pensacola; B.S. Education, Physical
Education; Physical Education Assoc. 3, 4; A.A.H.P.E.R 3, 4;
Women's Intramural Sports Manager 3; Transfer from Pensa-
cola Junior College . . . ANN WALL, Sarasota; B.S. Arts and
Sciences, Bacteriology; Zeta Tau Alpha; Women's "F" Club;
Canterbury Club, Secretary 2; Alpha Epsilon Delta, Secretary 3;
Choral Union 1 . . . JOYCE ATTYS WALLACE, West Palm
Beach; B.S. Education; F.T.A. 2; BSU 1 . . . DOROTHY IONE
WALLING, Jacksonville; B.S. Home Economics, Home Ec. Edu-
cation; Phi Mu, Corresponding Secretary 3, Vice-President 4;
Wesley Foundation, Council 1 , 2, 3, 4; Alpha Lambda Delta;
Omicron Nu, Treasurer 4; Kappa Delta Pi 4; Social Work Club
1 ; Home Economics Club 3, 4; F.T.A. 4 . . . MARYO WAL-
TERS, Tallahassee; B.A.; Sigma Delta Pi, President 2 . . .
the senior class
ROW ONE: ALMA ADAMS WANDECK, Marianna; B.S. Edu
cation, Elementary Education; Delta Delta Delta; Fashion Insti-
tute Club; Assistant House President; Transfer Brenau College
. CHARLES F. WARD, Orlando; B.S. Business, Business Man-
agement; Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Vice-President 4 . . . CLYDE
R. WARD, Jay; B.A. Journalism; Sports Editor Flambeau 2;
Script Writer WFSU 2; Columnist Flambeau 3; Dean's List 3
. . MARJORIE CHRISTINE WARD, Marianna; B.S. Social
Welfare; Transferred from Chipola Junior College . . . DAVID
WARD-STEINMAN, Alexandria, La.; Bachelor of Music, Com-
position; Accompanist and Arranger, University Singers 1, 2,
3, 4; Phi Eta Sigma; Pi Kappa Lambda; Pi Delta Phi; Phi Mu
Alpha; Music Critic Flambeau 3, 4; Sandspur Musical Director
2, 3; University Symphony 1, 2, 3, 4; Lab Band 2, 3; Seminole
Flyers Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Chairman, Campus Composers Con-
cert 3, 4; Charles Ives Scholarship in Composition; BMI Stu-
dent Composers Radio Awards 1954, 1955; Scholarship to
Aspen Music School Summer 1956; Who's Who . . . JOHN
THOMAS WARE, St. Petersburg; B.S. Public Administration;
Lambda Chi Alpha, President; I.F.C., President . . .
ROW TWO: JACK LEE WATSON, Cedar Key; B.S. Business,
Marketing . . . JUNE EARLIN WATSON, Miami; B.S. Educa-
tion, Elementary Education; Alpha Xi Delta; I.F.C. Court 1; So-
cial Welfare Club 1 ; Florida Hall Social Chairman 3; Florida Hall
Court 3; FTA 3, 4; NEA 3, 4; Senior Class Executive Council;
Kappa Delta Pi 4 . . . JEAN CAROLINE WATT, Sarasota; A.B.
A Senior in walking shorts! We'll tell Kathy on you!
Journalism; Phi Mu; Tally Ho Staff 4; Canterbury Club 4; Trans-
fer from Judson College . . . JOHN ERFORD WAVE, Panama
City; B.S. Arts and Sciences, Social Science; Alpha Phi Omega;
Canterbury Club, Vestryman Vice-President; Marching Chiefs 2
. . . MARY JUNE WAVE, Panama City; B.S. Education,
Elementary Education; Canterbury Club 1, 2, 3; Marching
Chiefs 1 . . . PHILIP K. WEINY, Keokuk, Iowa; B.S. Educa-
tion, Physical Education; Lambda Chi Alpha; Varsity Swim-
ming . . .
ROW THREE: LOUISE IRWIN WEISSENBORN, St. Petersburg;
B.S. Social Welfare; Kappa Alpha Theta; Freshman Flunkies;
Social Welfare Club; Young Democrats Club . . . ELINOR
LOUISE WELBES, Panama City; B.S. Social Welfare; President
Florida Hall . . . BARBARA LAIRD WELCH, Panama City;
B.S. Home Economics; Anthropology Club; Biology Club 1, 2;
International Club 2, 3, 4; American Buddy to Foreign Students
3, 4; Gymkana 1, 2, 3; Choral Union 2, 3 . . . MARY E. WELLS,
Jacksonville; B.A. Education, Elementary Education; TFA; ACE;
Epsilon Chi; Transfer from Duke . . . WILLIAM JOHN WELLS,
Longwood; B.S. Arts and Sciences, Political Science; Collegians
3 . . . CAROL MARIE WESLEY, DeFuniak Springs; B.S. Home
Economics Education; Gamma Phi Beta . . .
ROW FOUR: PHYLLIS ANGELA WESNER, Jacksonville; B.S.
Education, Elementary Education; Gamma Phi Beta; Circus 2,
3, 4; FTA 1, 2, 3, 4; Canterbury Club . . . WILLIAM PAUL
WESSON, Panama City; B.S. Business, Real Estate and Insur-
ance; Insurance and Real Estate Club . . . FLEETA ANNETTE
WEST, Jacksonville; B.S. Education, Elementary Education; Phi
Mu, Secretary 4; FTA 3 . . . LORRAINE WYNNE WESTER,
Marianna; B.S. Business; Wesley Foundation . . . RICHARD
ANDREW WESTLING, Pinecastle; B.S. Education; Phi Mu
Alpha 1, 2; Industrial Arts Club 3, 4; Veterans Club 3, 4,
University Chorus 1, 2; Dean's List 4 . . . W. HALL WHALEY,
JR., Crawfordville; B.S. Business, Public Administration . . .
ROW FIVE: DAVID WILLIAM WHIPPLE, Miami; B.S. Jour-
nalism; University Singers 1, 2, 3, 4; Collegians 1, 2, 3, 4,
President 4; Alpha Phi Omega; Sophomore Council; Choral
Union; BSU . . . MELDRED KELLY WHITE, Hollywood; B.S.
Music Education; Phi Theta Kappa; Phi Beta . . . CLINTON
HOWARD WHITEHURST, JR., Tallahassee; B.S. Arts and
Sciences, International Affairs . . . BEVERLY ALICE WHIT-
LEY, Tallahassee; B.S. Elementary Education, FTA 1,2, 3, 4;
ACE 4; Alpha Gamma Delta . . . VERNON LEE WHITTIER,
JR., Vero Beach; B.S. Arts and Sciences, Industrial Psychology;
Kappa Sigma . . . BETTY LOU WHITTLE, Quincy; B.S. Home
Economics Education; Pi Beta Phi; Circus 2, 3, 4; Village
Vamps 1,2, 3, 4; Garnet Key 2, 3, 4; Sophomore Council;
Junior Counselor; Sweetheart of Sigma Chi 4; Secretary of
Sophomore Class; Vice-President of Jennie Murphree 1 ; Sweet-
heart of Jennie Murphree; Queen of Freshman Carnival; Sweet-
heart of West Hall 2; Military Ball Court 3; Sophomore Hop
Court; Junior-Senior Prom Court; Who's Who . . .
ROW SIX: RUTH ANN WHITTLE, St. Petersburg; B.S. Edu-
cation, Elementary Education; Pi Beta Phi, Treasurer 3, Presi-
dent 4; Circus 1, 2, 3, 4; Village Vamps 1, 2, 3, 4; Sopho-
more Council; Social Chairman Freshman Class; Wesley Foun-
dation 1, 2, 3, 4; Eosilon Chi 4; Freshmen Flunkies . . .
MARY ALICE WILCOX, Riviera Beach; B.S. Nursing; Student
Nurses Association 1,2, 3, 4; Westminster Fellowship 1 , 2, 4
. . . ROBERT B. WILKIN, Tallahassee; B.S. Social Welfare-
Social Work Club . . . CARL McKINNON WILLIAMS, Chipley;
B.S. Education, Physical Education; Pi Kappa Phi; Alpha Phi
Omega; Majors Ciub . . . EDWARD VINSON WILLIAMS,
Orlando; B.M. Music, Piano; Delta Tau Delta, Secretary; Col-
legians; Choral Union JOHN SHERWOOD WILLIAMS,
Highland Hieghts, Ky.; B.S. Business, Restaurant and Hotel
Management; Delta Tau Delta; Delta Sigma Pi 4; Collegians
2, 3; Scullions 2, 3, 4 . . .
Wave, J .
the senior class
ROW ONE: LAVERNE CRAIG WILLIAMS, Tallahassee; B.A.
Education, Elementary Education; House Council; Junior Coun-
selor . . LOVETT EDWARD WILLIAMS, JR., Tallahassee;
B.S. Arts and Sciences; Phi Sigma . . . MARY MARGARET
WILLIAMS, Bartow; B.S. Education, Mathematics and Science;
Tarpon Club; Junior Counselor; Sophomore Council; Judiciary
4; Military Ball Queen 1; Miss FSU Finalist 1; Homecoming
Queen Court 3; Kappa Delta Pi 4; All-Star Volleyball Team 3;
All-Star Ping Pong Doubles Team 1; Gymkana Court 2; Wesley
Foundation; FTA . . . MARY PAGE WILLIAMS, Raleigh, N. C,
B.S. Education, Physical Education; Alpha Xi Delta; PEA 1. 7.
3, 4; AAHPER 1, 2, 3, 4; Theatre Dance 2; Florida Hall
Program Chairman 2 . . ROBERT ELBERT WILLIAMS,
Chattahoochee; B.S. Business, Marketing . . . RUTH ALMA
WILLIAMS, Tampa; B.S. Education; Kappa Delta Pi; Garnet
Key 3, 4; Circus 1, 2; Wesley Foundation; Student Party
Secretary 3; Vice-President Reynolds Hall 1; Sophomore Coun-
cil; Sophomore Class Social Chairman; Queen Harvest Moon
Ball 1 . . .
ROW TWO: SALLY JANE WILLIAMS, Sebring; B.S. Business
Education; Alpha Gamma Delta; Transfer Wesleyan College
FRANCES ELNA WILSON, Canal Point; B.S. Education; Wes-
ley Foundation 2, 3, 4; Wesley Players 3, 4; Alpha Lambda
Delta; Marching Chiefs 2, 3, 4; Concert Band 2, 3; Tau Beta
Sigma 3, Treasurer 4; Gilchrist House Council 3; Vice-President
Gilchrist 4; Junior Counselor; Scholarship Club 2, 3 4- FTA 2
3, 4 . . . THOMAS B. WILSON, Orlando; B.S. Business, Gen-
eral Marketing and Retail Marketing; Senior Hall Dormitory
Government, Treasurer 1 ; Smoke Signals, Advertising Manager
1, 2; Business Manager 3 . . . HOWELL LANGE WINFREE, JR.,
St. Petersburg; B.S. Arts and Sciences, Chemical Science; Alpha
Pi Omega; Kappa Kappa Psi; Mayor Penthouse Gang 4; March-
ing Chiefs 2, 3, 4; Dean of Men's Residence Staff . . . JANET
FAY WISSMANN, Kissimmee; B.S. Education, Elementary -Edu-
cation; Delta Zeta, Scholarship Chairman 3; Gilchrist Hall
Social Chairman 3; Florida Hall Social Chairman 3; ACE
3, 4; FTA 4 . . . MARY WOGAN, Miami Shores; B.S. Home
Economics, Food and Nutrition; Home Economics Club 1 , 2,
3 4; Flambeau 1 , 2; Newman Club 1,2...
ROW THREE: PAUL ENOCH WOLFE, JR., Jacksonville; B.S.
Business, Finance; Advanced Army ROTC . . . ELEANOR
GRAULKY WOODWARD, Quincy; B.A. Social Welfare; Trans-
fer from Wesleyan College . . . FRANCES CAROLYN WOOD-
WARD, Pinetta; B.A. Library Science; Soltas Club, Vice-
President 3, President 4; Junior Counselor; Jennie Murphree
Social Chairman; Dean's List 1 , 2, 3 . . . DIANE ELIZABETH
WRIGHT, Winter Park; B.S. Education, Elementary Education;
FTA 4; Circus 1 , 2, 3, 4 . . RODNEY CHESHIRE WURST.
Tallahassee; B.S. Social Welfare . . . PATRICIA ANN WYATT,
Lakeland; B.S. Education, Elementary Education; Alpha Xi
Delta, Secretarv 4; Choral Union 1 , 2; Caroucel; Canterbury
Club . . .
Women! They always watch the photographer.
ROW FOUR: LONNIE EVERETT YARBROUGH, JR., Pensa-
cola; B.S. Education, Social Studies; Marching Chiefs; Uni-
versity Singers; Collegians; FSU Symphony . . . SHIRLEY JEAN
YATES, Panama City; B.S. Education, Social Studies; Scholar-
ship Club 2; FTA 2; Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4 . . . JAMES MICHAEL
YOUNGBLOOD, Tampa; B.S. Business . . . JOHN JOSEPH
ZILLES, Sarasota; B.M.E. Music; Phi Mu Alpha; University
Singers 1,2, 3, 4; Light Ooera Guild Productions 1, 2, 3, 4
Choral Union 1 ; Sandspur Production 2; Speech Production 3
Newman Club . . . LAWRENCE MESSIER ZUBER, Sarasota
B.S. Business Administration; Governor Florida Hall 1; Inter-
national Soccer Team 1 ; Alpha Kappa Psi 4 . . . ROSETTA
ODOM ZUBER, Sarasota; B.S. Business Education, Secretarial
Science; Vice-President West Landis 4; FTA; Pi Omega Pi,
Vice-President 4; NBEA . . .
ROW FIVE: NORMAN E. ZUROFF, New York, N. Y .; B.S.
Business Administration; Freshman Council; Sophomore Coun-
cil; History Society 1, 2; Sociology Club 2; Economics Society 2:
Chemistry Society 1, 2; Phi Upsilon Nu, President, Social
Chairman 1, 2; Hillel Foundation 3, 4, Treasurer 4; Canoeing
Club 4; Astronomy Club President 4 . . . JOE L. CARTER,
Miami; M.A. Graduate, Geography; President Gamma Theta
Upsilon, '56-'57 . . . RAUL P. DE GUZMAN, Quezon City,
Philippines; Graduate . ROBERT SCHAFF DOLLISON, JR.,
Winter Park; B.A. Arts and Sciences, Geology; Sigma Nu;
Geology Club 3, 4; Florida Flambeau; Science Club 1, 2; J.V.
Crew 1, 2; Alaernon Sydney Sulivan Award 1955 . . . RICH-
ARD JOSEPH ELWOOD, Clearwater; B.S. Business; Sigma Al-
pha Epsilon . . . RICHARD THURMAN HENDERSON, Tallahas-
see; B.S. Business, Accounting; Alpha Kappa Psi; Honorary
Society of Student Accountants 3, 4; Dean's List 3, 4 . . .
ROW SIX: PRAKASH CHANDRA SOOD, India; Ph.D. Physics
. . . LEON I. TIERNAN, Falls Church, Va.; B.S. Business,
Restaurant and Hotel Management; Scullions, Vice-President
. . . JOHN HENRY TIMMINS, Birmingham, Ala.; B.S. Business,
Accounting; Transferred from St. Petersburg Junior College . . .
CHARLES L. WATFORD, Greenwood; B.S. Business, Marketing;
Alpha Kappa Psi . . . MARTHA M. J. WATKINS, Sebring;
B.S. Social Welfare; Gamma Phi Beta . . .
Williams, S. J.
Vice President, Student Body; Member, Omicron
Delta Kappa; Vice President, Gold Key; Men's
Vice President, Student Body; Alpha Council;
President, Future Business Leaders of America;
Flambeau columnist; Who's Who in American
Colleges and Universities.
hall of fame
Closed doors and secrecy veil the nomination
and election of the members of FSU's Hall of
Fame. Each year, a committee made up of mem-
bers of the Junior class and of the faculty select
the Seniors who have distinguished themselves
among such fields as politics, organizations, pub-
lications, scholarship, athletics, drama and the
speech arts, music and University functions.
Nominations for this honor — one of the high-
est accorded to students on this campus — are
made by the organizations within these cate-
gories. The ten students who are finally selected
are those who have made outstanding contribu-
tions to FSU during their under-graduate careers.
Member, Garnet Key; Member, Honor Court;
President, Wesley Foundation; President, Inter-
faith Fellowship; Phi Beta Kappa; Member, Mortar
Board; Secretary of Finance, Student Government;
Alpha Gamma Delta; Who's Who in American
Colleges and Universities.
Chairman, Intelligent Faith Week Committee; President, Kappa Alpha
Theta; Member, Garnet Key; Member, Mortar Board; Sigma Alpha
lota; President, Tau Beta Sigma; Member, Band Executive Council;
Vice President, School of Music; Who's Who in American Colleges
President, Sigma Chi; President, Junior Class; President, Alpha Coun-
cil; Vice President, Inter-fraternity Council; Member, Gold Key;
Chaplain, Student Senate; Circus; Who's Who in American Colleges
President, West Landis Hall; President, Women's F Club; Member,
Garnet Key; President, University Recreational Association; Mem-
ber, A^ortar Board; Member, Tarpon Club; Who's Who in Ameri-
can Colleges and Universities.
Women's Vice President, Student Body; Delta Delta Delta; Mem-
ber, Mortar Board; Member, Garnet Key; Sigma Tau Delta;
Alpha Kappa Delta; President, Student Fellowship of Christian
Church; Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities.
hall of fame
President, Student Body; Member, Alpha Council; Member, Gold
Key; President, Omicron Delta Kappa; Executive Committee, Stu-
dent Party; Sigma Chi; Who's Who in American Colleges and
President, Senior Class; Member, Alpha Council;
Member, Gold Key; Kappa Kappa Psi; President,
Sophomore Class; Secretary of Student Welfare,
Student Body; President, Phi Delta Theta; Secre-
tary, Inter-fraternity Council; Who's Who in
American Colleges and Universities.
PHYLLIS and CHARLOTTE PATTEN
Members, Mortar Board; Members, Garnet Key; Members, Inter-
faith Council; Co-Presidents, Student Religious Association; Omi-
cron Nu; Pi Beta Phi; Circus; Alpha Lambda Delta; Village Vamps;
Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities.
Pat Starnes, vice president; Claire Green, social chairman; Mary
Ann Benedict, treasurer; Liz Armes, secretary; Bill Clendinen,
Sue Shives, social chairman; Barbara McCartney, treasurer;
Barbara Chambers, secretary; Bill Roche, vice president; Bill
Dennis Smith, social chairman; Sandy Burnes, treasurer; Kay Hutford, secretary; Gene McCormick, vice pre;i-
dent; Maddox Hair, president.
ROW ONE: ELEANORE ABBOTT, Pensacola, 2 . . KEN
ABBOTT, Birmingham, Ala., 3 Kappa Alpha . . . ROBERT E.
ABEL, Orange City, 2 . . . JOHN PHILLIP ACK£RT, Palm
Beach Shores, 3 . . . ANN LOUISE ADAM, Coral Gables, 3,
Delta Gamma . . . NANCY MARGARET ADAMS, Atlantic
Beach, 1, Gamma Phi Beta . . . BiTTY V. ADDISON, Chatta-
hoochee, 3 . . . RICHARD LEE AINSWORTH, West Springfield,
Mass., 2, Sigma Chi . . .
ROW SEVEN: NONNYE CLAIRE BABBITT, Tallahassee, I . . .
CHARLES H. BABCOCK, Ft. Walton Beach, 3, Phi Kappa Tau
PHILIP R. BACH, Sanford, 3 . . . PATRICIA AGNES
BAGDANOVICH, Pensacola, 1, Delta Zeta . . . HENRY
FRANKLIN BAGGETT, Pensacola, 3, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . .
MARTHA PAULINE BAGGETT, Ft Pierce, 3 . . MARVIN
ANTHONY BAGGETT, Pensacola, 3 . . . TEMPLE COLE
BAILEY, Chattahoochee, 2 . . .
ROW TWO: MARY JANE ALBERT, Miami, 3, Alpha Xi
Delta MARGILYN ALDRED, Deland, 1 . . . JERRY WAYNE
ALDERMAN, Boston, Ga ., 1 . . T. CARLTON ALDERMAN,
Pompano Beach, 2 . . . JAMES HARMNEY ALFORD, Live Oak,
3 . . . MARY MARGARET ALFORD, Tallahassee, 1, Alpha
Gamma Delta . . . GAYLE ANGELA ALLARD, Hollywood, 2
. . . JERRY MAC ALLEN, Kokomo, Colo., 2 . . .
ROW EIGHT: ARTHUR WILLIAM BALES, Jacksonville, 1 . . .
KATHERINE ELIZABETH BALL, Jacksonville, 1, Kappa Alpha
Theta . . . DOROTHY JEAN BARBER, Havana, 2, Gamma Phi
Beta . . . HELEN LOUISE BARBERREE, Haine City, 1 . . .
VONCILE BARNES, Tallahassee, 2 . EDGAR JAMES BAR-
NETT, Quincy, 1 . . . MARY SUE BARNETTE, Tallahassee, 3,
Alpha Gamma Delta . . . JUDITH FRANCES BARRINEAU,
Pensacola, 2 . . .
ROW THREE: JUDITH ANN ALLEN, Warrington, 2, Delta
Delta Delta . . . MARTHA RUTH ALLEN, Hialeah, I . . .
PATRICIA ALLEN, Orlando, 1, Alpha Xi Delta . . THOMAS
JOHN ALTENBERGER, Hernando, 1,
LINDA LEIGH AMBROSE, Tampa, 1
BROSINI, Elberton, Ga., 2, Phi Mu .
AMOURY, Miami, 2 . JANICE L.
3, Alpha Chi Omega . . .
Delta Tau Delta . . .
. . . ANGELA C. AM-
. . KATHRYN LOUISE
ROW NINE: NANCEY ANN BARTON, Tampa, 2 ... J. CARO-
LYN BARTON, Williston, 1 . . . DAGMAR ANN BARTKUS,
Clearwater, 3, Pi Beta Phi . . . WILBUR LOUIS BASHAW,
Seffner, 3 . . . HUGHEY DEAN BASS, Jacksonville, 2 . . .
SANDRA J. BASS, Pensacola, 3 . . . BARBARA ANN BASTEN,
Carol Gables, 1 . . . MARIAN RUTH BAUM, Quitman, Ga., 3,
Gamma Phi Beta . . .
ROW FOUR: LAIRD B. ANDERSON, Atlanta, Ga., 3, Sigma
Chi . . . OLIVIA M. ANDERSON, Jacksonville, 3 . . . EVELYN
JANIECE ANDRE, Pensacola, 2 . . BETTY JO ANDREW,
St. Augustine, 1 . . . PENELOPE JO APPLEBY, Columbus, Ga.,
2 . . . FRED W. APPLEGATE, JR., Pompano Beach, 3 . . .
MARILYN ARANT, Ft Meade, 1 . . . CATHERINE ELIZA-
BETH ARCHIBALD, St. Petersburg, 1, Zeta Tau Alpha . . .
ROW TEN: ELOISE BAUMER, Tallahassee, 2 . . . GEORGE
LARKINS BAUGHMAN, Palatka, 1 . . . BARBARA JEAN
BAUMGARTNER, St. Petersburg, 2, Alpha Chi Omega . . .
MADGE GREENWAY BAYA, Tampa, 1 JAN EVE BAYLISS,
Pensacola, 3 . . . PAMILLE ROSELYN BAYLOR, Orlando, 1,
Phi Mu . . . DEANNE MARGOT BAZEMORE, Jacksonville, 2
. . . CARYL JEAN BEAL, Elyria, Ohio, 2, Delta Gamma . . .
ROW FIVE: ROBERT KENNETH ARMSTRONG, Lake Mary, 1
. . . TAMSY FAIN ARMSTRONG, Tallahassee, 1 . . . LINDA
LOU ARNOLD, Lake City, 3, Kappa Delta . . RHODA LOUISE
ARNOLD, Lake City, 1, Kappa Delta . . . PATRICIA VIR-
GINIA ARRANTS, Chattanooga, Tenn., 3 . . . HORACE FRAN-
CIS ARRINGTON, Gainesville, 3 . ANDREA JEAN ARTHUR,
Miami, 1 . . HOLVOR WALTER ASHLEY, Tallahassee, 2 . . .
ROW SIX: ROBERT D. ASHTON, Pensacola, 3 CHRIS-
TINE ANN ATKINS, Blountstown, 3, Delta Zeta . . . BETTY
JEAN ATKINSON, Umatilla, 1, Alpha Xi Delta . . . BRODIE
A. ATWATER, Lake Worth, 3, Phi Delta Theta . . . POLLY
ANN ATWATER, Miami, 3, Kappa Alpha Theta . . . GENE
AUTRY, Hinsonton, Ga., 1 .. . WILLIAM MAC AUTRY, Wau-
chula, 1 . . . DONALD LEWIS AYRES, Miami, 2, Delta Tau
Delta . . .
FSU's answer to Kon-Tiki
ROW ONE: OTIS RICHARD BEARDEN, Fallansbee, W. Va.,
3, Lambda Chi Alpha . . . SALLEANN BEARDSLEY, Merritt Is-
land, 2 . . . BETTY BEATTY, Cayce, S. C, 1 . . . FRANCES
OCTAVIA BEAUCHAMP, Chiefland, 1 . . . NORMA INGRID
BECKER, Florida City, 1 . . . WILLIAM FRANKLIN BECKER,
Lake Worth, 3 . . . SANDRA JEANNE BEESE, Miami Springs, 2
. . . KAREN BELCHER, Valdosta, 1 , Phi Mu . . .
ROW SEVEN: MARILYN ELVA BOSTWICK, West Palm
Beach, 2, Phi Mu . . . JACQUELINE B. BOUDER, Sarasota, 3
. . . ROBERT MACDOWELL BOULWARE, JR., Tavares, 1,
Lambda Chi Alpha . . . LAYTE MARSHA BOWDEN, Ft. Laud-
erdale, 3, Kappa Alpha Theta . . . MARY REBECCA BOWEN,
Waycross, Ga., 3, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . JEANETTE BOWEN,
Leesburg, 1 . . . S. LYNETTE BOWEN, Quincy, 2 . . . SUSAN
LEE BOWER, Ft. Lauderdale, 2 . . .
ROW TWO: MARTHA NELL BELCHER, Sebring, 3 . . .
MARY ELIZABETH BELL, Miami, 1 . . . CAROLYN J. BELL,
Lake Worth, 2, Alpha Xi Delta . . . JULIANA ROSALIE BELL,
Miami, 1 ... JOE ANN BENNETT, Waycross, Ga., 2, Kappa
Alpha Theta . . . WILLIAM E. BENNETT, Orlando, 2, Sigma
Chi . . ALBERT LEE BENOIT, Panama City, 2 . . . ALICE
VERNON BENTON, Bartow, 3 . . .
ROW EIGHT: BARBARA ALLENE BOWERS, Sarasota, 2 . . .
KENNETH E. BOWES, Miami Springs, 2 NITA DIANE
BOWMAN, Tampa, 3 . . . VIRGINIA LEA BOWSER, Arcadia,
1 . .A. JACQUELYN BOYD, Clearwater, 1, Alpha Xi Delta
. . . BEVERLY LEE BRACKETT, Atlanta, Ga., 1 . . . MARTHA
BARDEN BRADLEY, Sarasota, 3 . . . MARGARET ANNE BRAG-
DON, Jacksonville, 2, Kappa Alpha Theta . . .
ROW THREE: MARY JOAN BERANEK, Tampa, 2, Delta
Zeta JUDITH R. BERKSHIRE, Gulf Breeze, 2 . . CYANE
HARRIET BERNING, Miami, 2 . . . ANN KENDALL BERRY,
St. Petersburg, 1 . . . CARLENE FRANCES BERRY, Ft. Lauder-
dale, 3 . . . BARBARA BERTOLETT, Sarasota, 2, Kappa Alpha
Theta . . . BERT EDWIN BIBBY, Neptune Beach, 3 . . . ELLA
JO BILINSKI, Monticello, 3, Alpha Omicron Pi . . .
ROW NINE: SUSAN D. BRAND, Clearwater, 3 . . . HELEN
FAY BRANDIES, Neptune Beach, 3 . . JERI GAIL BRAD-
FIELD, Riviera Beach, 3, Alpha Chi Omega . . . BARBARA
LOU BRANDRIFF, Tallahassee, 1 . . . WILLIAM WESLEY
BRANNING, Panama, 2, Pi Kappa Phi . . . JESSIE BRANS-
COMB, Cairo, Ga., 1 . . . ROGER VICTOR BASSARD, Lynch-
burg, Va., 2 . . . WILLIAM R. BRENNAN, Tallahassee, 2,
Lambda Chi Alpha . . .
ROW FOUR: SONDRA BINDER, St. Petersburg, 1, Gamma
Phi Beta . . . JACQUELINE ANN BIRD, Tuckahoe, N. Y., 3,
Alpha Gamma Delta . . . BETTY JUNE BISHOP, Bagdad, 3
. . . JAMES ROBERT BISHOP, Pensacola, 3, Kappa Alpha . . .
KAY JEANETTE BISHOP, Holly Hill, 3 PAUL W. BISHOP,
Vero Beach, 2, Phi Kappa Tau . . . RODNEY LAYTON
BISHOP, Clewiston, 2, Chi Omega . . . NANCY LEE BIVINS,
Tampa, 1 , Alpha Gamma Delta . . .
ROW TEN: EUNICE ELAINE BREWTON, Orlando, 3, Chi
Omega . . . F. SHARON BRIDGES, Tallahassee, 1 . . . CAROLE
ELIZABETH BRINER, Winter Haven, 1 , Phi Mu . . . BONNIE
JEAN BRINKLEY, Rockledge, I . . . HARRIET EMILY BRINK-
LEY, Brooksville, 2, Phi Mu . . . HELEN A. BRINSON, Mel-
bourne, 2 . . . GLENDA LOUISE BRISCOE, Atlanta, Ga., 3,
Kappa Alpha Theta . . . H. ELIZABETH BROCK, Vernon, 1 . . .
ROW FIVE: SANDRA RUTH BLACKWELL, St Petersburg, 2
. . . PEGGY JOYCE BLALOCK, Tifton, Ga., 1 . . . JOAN
BLANCHARD, Jacksonville, 1 . . . FELIX BLANCO, Martinez,
Cuba, 2, Delta Tau Delta . . . ROBERT W. BLANTON, Sara-
sota, 2 . BARMELL BLEDSOE, Brooksville, 3 TANTRIS
KREKEL BLEDSOE, Brooksville, 3 GENEVIEVE AMELDA
BLEICHNER, Miami, 2 . . .
ROW SIX: CHARLES FRANK BLOUNT, Tallahassee, 1 . . .
SHARON OVIDA BLUMER, Tampa, 1, Alpha Omicron Pi . . .
CARYL ANN BODINE, Jacksonville, 1, Kappa Alpha Theta
. . DOROTHY ANN BOGGESS, Miami, 1 . . . CHARLES
EDWARD BOHANNON, Jacksonville, 3 . . WILLIAM RICH-
ARD BOLLINGER, Tallahassee, 3 CAROLYN RUTH BOLT,
Zolfo Springs, 3, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . BETTY LOU BOOTH,
Crestview, 2 . . .
They all promised to legalize Bermudas.
Bryant, J .
ROW ONE: LARRY SPENCE BROCK, Tallahassee, 3 . . .
VICKI MAE BROMLEY, Pompano Beach, 1 . . . JOY H.
BROWER, Gainesville, 3, Delta Zeta . . . DAISY DARLENE
BROWN, Orlando, 1 . . . DORIS ELIZABETH BROWN, Mari-
anne, 1, Delta Delta Delta . . . GLENDA FAYE BROWN,
Warrington, 3, Kappa Alpha Theta . . . JOHN G. BROWN,
Boca Raton, 3, Pi Kappa Phi . . . JUDITH GIVENS BROWN,
Fort Mill, S. C, 3 . . .
ROW SEVEN: ROBERT LOYD CAMPBELL, Pompano Beach,
2 . . . LYNNE MERCEDES CANADAY, Wantagh, N. Y , 1 . . .
WILLIAM ROBERT CANADAY, JR., Miami, 2 . SHERRY
T. WHITLEY CANNON, Tallahassee, 3, Sigma Kappa . . .
BRADLEY CHARLES CANON, Hollywood, 2, Phi Kappa Tau
. . . BARBARA MAE CANTER, Wauwatosa, Wise, 3, Alpha
Chi Omega . . . OWEN CAPPLEMAN, Ft. Lauderdale, 1 . . .
BETTY CAPPS, Bartow, 1 . . .
ROW TWO: MARJORIE ELLEN BROWN, Clewiston, 1 . . .
NORMA LEE BROWN, Pensacola, 1, Kappa Alpha Theta . . .
ROXANE LIETCH BROWN, Eastman, Ga., 1, Alpha Omicron
Pi . SANDRA WILLENE BROWN Tallahassee, 1 . . . SUSAN
JANE BROWN, Avon Park, 2 . . . NANCYANNE BROWNE,
Miami, 2, Pi Beta Phi . . . PATTY BRUCE, Lake City, 3, Kappa
Delta . . . JUDY BERNICE BRUNER, Miami, 1 . . .
ROW EIGHT: BEVERLY ANN CAPPS, Plant City, 3 . . .
BARBARA JEANNE CARD, St. Petersburg, 3, Alpha Omicron
Pi . PEGGY HOPE CARLAN, Perry, 1 . . . RHON VERNON
CARLETON, Hollywood, 2 . . SALLY LOU CARLSON, St.
Petersburg, 3, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . MARY FRANCES
CARR, Pensacola, 2 . . . MOLLIE A. CARROLL, Sarasota, 3
. SANDRA LEE CARROLL, Tampa, 1 . . .
ROW THREE: BARBARA JUNE BRUNSON, Perry, 3 .
ROBERT MICHAEL BRUSH, Jacksonville, 3 . . . KENNETH
EDWARD BRYAN, Tallahassee, 3, Kappa Sigma . . . VIEVA
SANDRA BRYAN, St. Petersburg, 2, Alpha Xi Delta . . .
JULIAN PAUL BRYANT, Panama City, 3, Sigma Nu . .
NANCY JEANETTE BRYANT, Bell, 2 . . ROBERT HOLMES
BRYSON, Tallahassee, 2, Sigma Chi . . . JUDY BRYSON,
Greenville, S. C, 3, Chi Omega . . .
ROW NINE: WESLEY B. CARROLL, Statesboro, Ga., 2, Pi
Kappa Phi . . . LOYD HARVEY CARRUTH, Orlando, 3, Delta
Tau Delta . . . NONA CARPENTER, Biloxi, Miss., 1, Phi Mu
. . YVONNE LOUISE CARRIN, Jacksonville, 3 . . JOHN H.
CARTER, Panama City, 3, Phi Kappa Tau . . . DORIS ANNE
CASBON, Cocoa Beach, 2, Alpha Omicron Pi . . . JOAN
CLAIRE CASCONE, Sarasota, 3 . . ROSA CASTRO, Miami, 1.
ROW FOUR: MARGARET BUCHANAN, Conyers, Ga., 2,
Zeta Tau Alpha . . . SARA BUDD, Tallahassee, 1, Delta
Gamma . . . MARTHA CAROLYN DEITZ BUNKER, West Palm
Beach, 2, Delta Zeta . . . STANLEY ELLISON BURCH, St
Petersburg, 3 JOHN FREDERICK BURGESS, JR., St Peters-
burg, 3, Phi Kappa Tau . . . FRED A. BURKHART, Hialeah, 2
. . . BARBARA BURKS, Jacksonville, 1 . . . MINNIE JEAN-
ETTE BURNSED, Glen St. Mary, 2 . . .
ROW TEN: LYNNIE KATE CAVIN, Jacksonville, 2, Alpha
Chi Omega . . . EVELYN ESTELLE CAWTHORN, Blountstown,
1 . . . LYNDA RUTH CAWTHON, Chipley, 1, Zeta Tau Alpha
. . . BRUCE SOMERS CAYARD, Daytona Beach, 1, Phi Delta
Theta . . . CAROL LYNN CECIL, Ft. Lauderdale, 1 . . . LAURA
JANICE CHADWICK, Sarasota, 1 . . BARBARA LEE CHAM-
BERS, St. Petersburg, 3 . . . DAVID RALPH CHAMBERS, At-
lanta, Ga., 1 . . .
ROW FIVE: ROGER L. BURNHAM, Dania, 3 PATRICIA
ANN BURNASH, Cranford, N. J, 1 . . . SANDY JEAN BURNS,
Gainesville, 1, Delta Delta Delta . . . DORIS MILDRED BURR,
Miami Shores, 2 . . . BETTY JO BUSH, Bonifay, 3, Delta Zeta
. . . FRANK MELVIN BUTTERFIELD, Orlando, 1, Sigma Chi
. . . WILLIAM HOWARD BYERLEY, Tampa, 1 . . GAIL
ALLEN BYRD, Panama City, 3, Delta Gamma . . .
ROW SIX: ELEANOR LOUISE CAIN, Carol Gables, 1, Sigma
Kappa . JOANNE ADELAIDE CALDWELL, Deland, 1 . . .
JOHN C. CALHOUN, JR., Tallahassee, 2, Sigma Chi . . .
MARY ELIZABETH CALHOUN, Sarasota, 1, Delta Gamma
. . . JANET FRANCES CALLAHAN, Cocoa, I . . . SANDRA
KAY CALVIN, Miami, 1, Alpha Chi Omega . . . CHARLOTTE
CAMPBELL, Statesboro, Ga., 1, Phi Mu . . . MARGARET
PATRICIA CAMPBELL, Miami, 1 . . .
ROW ONE: JACK CHAMPION, Tallahassee, 2 . . . JUDY
CHAMBLISS, Tampa, 1, Kappa Delta . . . LOIS JEAN
CHARLESWORTH, Delray Beach, 2 . . . VALERIE DAWN
CHASE, Coral Gables, 1, Alpha Omicron Pi . . . JOANNA
CHEESEMAN, Louisville, Ky ., 2 WALTER GERALD CHE-
SHIRE, Lakeland, 1 WESLEY WAKEFIELD CHESNUT,
Apalachicola, 2 . . . EDGAR CAREY CHURCH, Bartow, 3 . . .
ROW SEVEN: MARYANN WHITE COOKE, Rock Hill, S C ,
1 . . BETTY ANNE COOPER, St. Petersburg, 3 . . . NANCY
ANN COOPER, Jacksonville, 2 . . SARA TALLULAH COOPER,
Pensacola, 3 . . . CAMILLE COOPER, Graceville, 2
CHERRYLENE CORBIN, Belle Glade, 3 BETTYE A. COR-
CORAN, Columbus, Ga., 3 . . . LYDIA M. CORDOBA, Republic
of Panama, 3 . . .
ROW TWO: WILLIAM J. CHURCH, Eustis, 1 ... A. JULIE
CISNEROS, Miami, 3 . . SARA FRANCES CLARDY, Ocala, 1,
Delta Delta Delta . . . ANNA LOIS CLARK, Greensboro, 2 . . .
CAROLYN MARIE CLARK, Miami, 1 . . DOROTHY HELEN
CLARK, Chattahoochee, 1 . . . GARY KEITH CLARK, Lake-
land, 1 . . . JUNE SHARON CLARK, Clarksville, 3 . . .
ROW EIGHT: PENNY CORNELL, Venice, 1 MARTHA
LEE COSTIN, Port St. Joe, 1 . . . JERRIE ANN COTTON,
Jacksonville, 3 . . . JERRY WAYNE COUCH, Panama City, 2,
Delta Tau Delta . . . JANET COUKART, Daytona Beach, 1 . . .
SARA LOUISE COULTER, Orlando, 2, Pi Beta Phi . . JOHN
A. COUNTER, Winter Haven, 1 . . . M. MADLYN COUPLAND,
Wildwood, 2 . . .
ROW THREE: RONNIE E. CLARK, Palatka, I . . . CAROLE
ANNE CLARKE, Ft Lauderdale, 2 . DORIS LINDA CLA-
VILLE, Valrico, 1 . . . ELIBABETH LEE CLEARY, Vero Beach,
2, Delta Delta Delta . . . ANN MARIE CLEMENTS, Louisville,
Ky., 1 . . . SANDRA JEAN CLEMENTS, Valdosta, Ga., 1 . . .
SANDRA JEAN CLENDENAN, Clearwater, 1 . . . DEAN
CHANDLER CLEVELAND, JR., Miami, 1, Pi Kappa Phi . . .
ROW NINE: MARY ELIZABETH COWART, Miami, 2 . . .
MIRIAM ELIZABETH COWART, Havana, 1 , Phi Mu . . .
MARIANNA COWLE, Eustis, 1 BETTY COX, Miami
Springs, 3 . . . ELLA SUE COX, Ft. Lauderdale, 1 . . . CHAR-
LOTTE CAIL CRAWFORD, Bartow, 1 . . . SYLVIA JOAN
CRAWFORD, Bessemer, Ala , 2 . GWENDA CARLINE
CRAWFORD, Bushnell, I . . .
ROW FOUR: BEVERLY CLUBBS, Panama City, 3 RAY-
MOND CLAY CLYDE, St Cloud, 2 . EDITH DOROTHY
CODY, Palatka, 1 . . . JESSE CLAY COGBURN, Panama City,
2, Alpha Tau Omega . . . ARLENE COHEN, Carol Gables, I
. . . LEE FREDDIE COKER, Lakeland, 1 . . . CAROL COLE,
Jacksonville, 1, Pi Beta Phi . . . MARILYN GAYE COLE, Madi-
son, 3 . . .
ROW TEN: NANCY CAROL CRAWFORD, Miami, 1 .. .
ROBERT B. CREDLE, Daytona Beach, 3 . . . SHARON CRO-
CHET, Clewiston, 2, Pi Beta Phi . . . MARY ALICE CROFT,
Delray Beach, 2 . . . NANCY JEAN CROOKS, Ft. Pierce, 3 . . .
ELIZABETH ANNE CROSSETTE, Kensington, Md , 1 . . .
SHARON GAIL CROSSETT, Miami, 1 . JEANETTE CROS-
SON, Thonotasassa, 1 . . .
ROW FIVE: MICKEY COLE, Ft. Lauderdale, 3, Alpha Chi
Omega . . . PAULA VIRGINIA COLE, Ft. Lauderdale, 2 . . .
JAMES RICHARD COLEE, St Augustine, 1 . MARY ANNE
COLEMAN, Daytona Beach, 2, Delta Delta Delta . . . WALSEY
T. COLEMAN, Tifton, Ga., 2 . . . SANDRA COLLEY, Panama
City, 2, Alpha Xi Delta . . . MARY LOU COLLIER, Live Oak, 2
. . . ELAINE JOYCE COMBS, Ft. Lauderdale, 1 . . .
ROW SIX: RUBY MAUDE COMBS, Hialeah, 2, Zeta Tau
Alpha . . LILLIAN RUTH CONGDON, Haines City, 3 . . .
CLAY CONLEY, Cross City, 2 SARA HOLT CONNELL,
Inverness, 3, Delta Delta Delta . . . JAMIE LUCRETIA CON-
NER, St. Petersburg, 2, Delta Zeta . . . ALICE TERRYL COOK,
Bristol, 2 . . . BETTIE JANE COOK, St. Petersburg, 2, Delta
Gamma . . . CLARICE COOK, Arlington, Ga., 1, Phi Mu . . .
Sure I'm a Rebel — but I'm broke!
Davis, J. B.
Davis, J. C.
ROW ONE: NANCY JERRYLEAN CROUSE, Winston-Salem,
N. C, 2 . . . JOHN ROBERT CROWELL, Kissimmee, 3 . . .
NINA SUE CROWELL, Kissimmee, 3 . . . MURIEL CHRISTIAN
CRUSOE, Tallahassee, 3 . . . ROBBIE NELL CRUTCHFIELD,
Graceville, 3 . . . CHARLES MARVIN CRUTCHFIELD, Altha, 1,
Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . GAY ELAINE CRUTCHFIELD, Pan-
ama City, 3 . . . NELLE CHRISTINE CUBBEDGE, Jacksonville,
1 . . .
ROW SEVEN: GENEVIEVE WADDELL DEREUS, Tampa, 3
. . . JACQUE DESHAZO, DeFuniak Springs, 1, Alpha Omicron
Pi . . . MAUREEN RUTH DICKSON, Hialeah, 1, Alpha Xi
Delta . . . HAZEL P. DILMORE, Cottondale, 2 . . . JEAN ANNE
DIXON, Fernandina Beach, 1 . . . MALINDA JANE DIXON,
Jacksonville, 1, Pi Beta Phi . . . OLIVER CLAUDE DIXON, JR.,
Colquitt, Ga., 2, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . DOROTHY EDITH
DODD, West Palm Beach, 3, Gamma Phi Beta . . .
ROW TWO: BEVERLEY ANNE CUDE, Nornada, Quebec,
Canada, 2 . . . MARTA ELIZABETH CUERVO, Tampa, 3 . . .
JUDY MARIE CULBREATH, Tallahassee, 1, Pi Beta Phi . . .
LAURA BEBE CULBREATH, Tampa, 1, Alpha Delta Pi . . .
MARYNEL K. CULBRETH, Panama City, I . . . LEIGH CUL-
LEY, Jacksonville, 1, Sigma Kappa . . . WILLIAM OTIS CUL-
LOM, Huntsville, Ala., 3, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . STARR
CULPEPPER, Miami, 3 . . .
ROW EIGHT: MABLE CLAIRE DOKE, Alachua, 3 . . .
WILLIAM R. DONALSON, Parker, 3 THOMAS W. DONO-
VAN, Jacksonville, 2, Kappa Alpha . . . PATRICK K. DON-
NELLY, Pensacola, 3, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . JOAN DORETY,
Jacksonville, 2, Sigma Kappa . . . MAMIE ANN DORSEY, De-
Funiak Springs, 3 . . . WINNIE MAE DOUGLAS, Panama City,
2 PATRICIA ANN DOYLE, St Augustine, I . . .
ROW THREE: BARBARA FLOREE CUMMINS, Tallahassee,
1, Sigma Kappa . . . GEORGE FRANKLIN CURRY, Maccienny,
2 . . . DAVID CURRY, Miami Springs, 3 . . . SANDRA DAIL,
Jasper, 2 . . . JANE ELIZABETH DALE, Miami, 1, Delta
Gamma . . . SUSAN DALHOUSE, Jacksonville, 2, Alpha Chi
Omega . MARTHA DANCY, Tampa, 1 . . JOSEPH TEDDY
DANIELS, Clearwater, 1 . . .
ROW NINE: BARBARA JEAN DOZIER, Orlando, 3 . .
BARBARA ANN DRANE, Tampa, 1 . . . MARY SUE DRESSLER
Gainesville, 3 . . . ANN DRUNAGEL, New Port Richey, 1
Alpha Chi Omega . . . FRANK J. DRYMON, Tallahassee, 3 . .
GAIL ADAIRE DUKE, Starke, 1 . . . CECIL FARR DUNN
Richmond, Ky., 2, Sigma Chi . . . HELEN DALILA DUNN
Blountstown, 3 . . .
ROW FOUR: DORIS DARWICK, Miami, 1 . THOMAS E.
DAVID, Tallahassee, 3, Lambda Chi Alpha . . . CAROLYN
DAVIS, Tampa, 3, Alpha Omicron Pi . . . DONALD KENNETH
DAVIS, Phenix City, Ala., 3 . . . DONIE ANN DAVIS, De-
Funiak Springs, 2 . . . GLORIA YVONNE DAVIS, Atlanta, Ga.,
1, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . JAMES BISHOP DAVIS, JR., Madi-
son, 2, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . JAMES C. DAVIS, JR., San-
ford, 3, Lambda Chi Alpha . . .
ROW TEN: JUNE CLAIRE DUNN, Western Springs, III., 1
. . . LENORE ANDERSON DUPEE, Lake Worth, 2 . . . MAR-
GARET EMILY DURACK, Tampa, 1 ... JO ANN DUREN,
Copeland, 1 . . . YVONNE DUVAL, Madison, 3 . . . ELIZA-
BETH ANNE EARL, Eufaula, Ala., 2, Delta Delta Delta . . .
ELIZABETH ANNE EASTERDAY, Jacksonville, 1, Pi Beta Phi
. . . PATRICIA ANIECE ECHERD, Jacksonville Beach, 1 . . .
ROW FIVE: SANDRA ELLEN DAVIS, Ft Lauderdale, 1 . . .
JAMES TAYLOR DAWSON, Brooksville, 3 . . . JANET IONE
DAWSON, Johnson City, Tenn., 1, Delta Gamma . . . JOYCE
EVELYN DAY, Carol Gables, 1 . . . REEVES CLAYTON DEAN,
Ft. Lauderdale, 2 . . . TYRREL DEAR, Ormond Beach, 1, Pi
Kappa Alpha . . . ANN NORMA DEBERRY, Perrine, 2 . . .
MARGARET ELIZABETH DEBOLT, Dunedin, 3 . . .
ROW SIX: RICHARD DONALD DECKER, Clear Lake, Iowa,
1, Kappa Sigma . . . KAY SUE DECUBELLIS, St. Petersburg, 3,
Delta Gamma . . . NANCY ELIZABETH DEFORE, Clemson,
S. C, 1 . . . LINDA ANN DEHNER, Daytona Beach, 1, Gamma
Phi Beta . . . GERALD JOHN DELEY, Jacksonville, 3, Sigma
Alpha Epsilon JOHN RICHARD DEL VECCHIO, Miami, 1,
Kappa Sigma . . . NANCY VIRGINIA DENHAM, Miami, 2,
Sigma Kappa . . . RICHARD DERBY, Jacksonville, 2, Theta Chi.
It's for the sorority, it's for the sorority, it's for
ROW ONE: SUNSHINE EDDY, Jacksonville, 1 . . . CAROL
D. EDGINGTON, Tallahassee, 1 PEGGY L. EDWARDS,
Tampa, 3 . . . MARGUERITE EDWARDS, Ft. Gaines, Ga., 1 . . .
MARY LOUISE EDWARDS, Bradenton, 1, Kappa Delta . .
RUDOLPH GEORGE EIGL, Kings Park, N. Y., 3, Pi Kappa
Alpha . . . BARBARA ANN EISSEY, West Palm Beach, 2, Pi
Beta Phi WILLIAM TERRELL ELKINS, JR., Tallahassee, 1.
ROW SEVEN: SANDRA MITCHELL FLETCHER, Tallahassee,
2 AUDREY JOY FLOHE, Clearwater, 2 . SUZANNE
RUTLEDGE FLORY, Pequea, Penn., 1 . . . SUZANNE ELIZA-
BETH FLYNN, Tampa, 1 JOHN EDWIN FORD, St Cloud,
1, Pi Kap D a Alpha . . . SALLY THORNTON FORD, Jesup, Ga.,
3, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . JACKIE W. FORTUNE, Laurel Hill, 3
. . . MARGARET HELEN FOSTER, Tampa, 3 . . .
ROW TWO: FRANCES RAE ELLINWOOD, St Petersburg, 3
. . . JANICE ANNE ELLIOTT, Memphis, Tenn., 3, Sigma Kappa
. . . DOROTHY RAMELLE ELLIS, Orlando, 2, Pi Beta Phi . . .
MARJORIE ANN ELLZEY, Rochester, N. Y., 3, Gamma Phi
Beta . . . ELIZABETH BRENT ELVERY, Limona, 2, Phi Mu . . .
CAROLYN JOAN ELVIDGE, Daytona Beach, 1 BARBARA
ANN EMMETT, West Palm Beach, 3, Alpha Gamma Delta
. . . BEVERLY FAYE ENGERT, Cantonment, 1.
ROW EIGHT: REUBEN RAY FOUNTAIN, Pensacola, 3 . .
JAMES LEE FOX, Sanford, 1, Alpha Tau Omega . . . BETTY
ANN FOXWORTH, Chipley, 1 NANCY LOU FRALEIGH,
Tallahassee, 1, Kappa Delta . . . REGINA ANGIE FRANCES-
CON, Miami, 3, Kap D a Alpha Theta . . . MARGIE KATHLEEN
FRASER, Lake City, 1 . . NANCY JANE FRASER, Delray
Beach, I . . . LESLIE JANE FRAZIER, Amencus, Ga., 3 . . .
ROW THREE: FAYE AUGUSTA ENGLISH, Altoona, 2, Phi
Mu... TERRY LAMAR ENGLISH, Winter Haven, 3 . . . GUS
ETERSQUE, Jacksonville, 2, Lambda Chi Alpha . . . HUGH E.
EUBANK, Daytona Beach, 3, Phi Delta Theta . . . SHEPARD
MACK EUBANKS, Greensboro, 3 SARA JOAN EWING,
Ft Pierce, 2 WILLIAM JOHN FAIRNINGTON, Orlando, 1
. . . WENDY ANN FAIRNINGTON, Orlando, 1, Pi Beta Phi.
ROW NINE: MARTHA PHIPPS FRAZIER, Miami, 2, Alpha
Gamma Delta . . . MARY RAY FREEMAN, Clearwater, 1 . . .
BINNI JO FRENCH, Collins, Miss , 2 ANN MARCESTA
FRICK, Tallahassee, 2, Delta Delta Delta . . . RUTH FRITCHIE,
Miami, 3 .. . MARJORIE ANNE FRY, Orlando, 1 . . . ANA
JANE FULGHUM, Miami, 1 TOMMY JAMES FUSSELL,
Homeland, 2, Lambda Chi Alpha . . .
ROW FOUR: PHILIP MICHAEL FALLON, Leominster, Mass.,
1 . . BARBARA JANE FAPPIANO, Miami, 1 . JOSEPH
PETER FARLS, JR., Freedom, Penn , 2 SUSAN CAROL
FEHLBERG, Dade City, 1 RONALD DE MILLE FELL, Talla-
hassee, 3, Kappa Alpa . . . DALE C. FERGUSON, Lake City, 1
. . . NANCY JOHN FERGUSON, Ft Myers, 3, Phi Mu . . .
PATRICIA JEAN FERGUSON, Hampton, Va , 1 . . .
ROW TEN: E. MAYO GABRIEL, Jacksonville Beach 2, Sigma
Alpha Epsilon . . . MARY FRYE GAILLARD, Tampa, 1 . . .
SALLYE DELLE GANEY, Dania, 3 . . . CYNTHIA GERTRUDE
GARCIA, Tampa, 1 LORETTA HILDRED GARCIA, Tampa,
1 SANDRA MARIE GARCIA, Tampa, 1 . . . JEANETTE
HELEN GARRETT, 2, Pi Beta Phi . . JOHN C. GARRETT,
Columbus, Ga., 3, Pi Kappa Phi . . .
ROW FIVE: MARIANNE ELIZABETH FERLISI, St Augus-
tine, 1 . . . BETTY JOYCE FERNANDEZ, St. Petersburg, 1,
Kappa Alpha Theta . . . IRENE YOLANDA FERNANDEZ,
Tampa, 1 . . . KRISTIN MARIE FEYLING, St. Petersburg, 3
. . . MURIEL WARD FIELDING, Ocala, 5, Kappa Sigma . . .
HOWARD CHARLES FILLMORE, Dearborn, Mich , 2, Delta
Tau Delta . . . PATRICIA ANN FINLAY, Blountstown, 2, Zeta
Tau Alpha . . . MARY ELLEN FINLEY, Ocala, 3, Pi Beta Phi.
Why aren't the weekends like this?
ROW SIX: JAMES BENJAMIN FINNEY, St Petersburg, 3,
Phi Kappa Tau . . . PATSY GRACE FISCHER, Havana, 1 . . .
CHRISTINE AGNES ESTELLA FISHER, Daytona Beach, 1, Delta
Delta Delta . . . FRANCES EVELYN FISHER, Avon Park, 2 . . .
RONNIE HERBERT FISHER, Tampa, 2 MOLLY FLESHER,
West Palm Beach, 1 . JOYCE LORRAINE FLETCHER, Jack-
sonville, 1 . . . ROBERT KEATING FLETCHER, Hornell, N. Y.,
3 . . .
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ROW ONE: KATHERINE JUNE GARRETT, Lake Alfred, !
. . . MARVIN ALVIN GARRETT, Tampa, 1 . . . C. YVONNE
GARTMAN, Panama City, 1 . . . GINA GASKINS, Pamdale, 2
. . . JOAN GASKIN, Wewahitchka, 1 . . . ELEANOR ANN
GATES, Canton, N. C, 2, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . WILLARD
EARL GATLIN, Tallahassee, 2 . . . ELBERT C. GENTRY, Pen-
sacola, 3 . . .
ROW SEVEN: SARAH JANE GRIFFIN, Frostproof, 3, Pi Beta
Phi . . . SYBIL GRIFFIN, Bainbridge, Ga., 1, Phi Mu . . . TONI
GWEN GRIFFIN, Atlanta, Ga., 1 . . . RUTH MARY GRIMM,
Winter Park, 1 . . MARTHA YVONNE GRIZZARD, Atlanta,
Ga., 3, Chi Omega . . . NANCY MARIE GROSS, Bradenton, 1
. . . PEGGI ANN GROSS, Clearwater, 1, Delta Gamma . . .
JOHN DAVID GROW, Tallahassee, 1, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . .
ROW TWO: ANN W. GEORGE, Miami, 3, Pi Beta Phi . . .
MARY BEALE GEORGE, East Point, Ga., 1, Alpha Xi Delta
. . . MARY GRACE GIELLA, Dade City, 1 CELESTINA
VIRGINIA GLIFFORD, DeLand, 3, Phi Mu . . . FRANCES
MONTY GILLHAM. Atlanta, Ga., 1, Pi Beta Phi . . . MAR-
GERY DALEY GLADDING, DeLand, 1, Delta Gamma . . .
HANK JEROME GLANCY, Atlanta, Ga., 2, Phi Delta Theta
. . LEONARD W. GLEDHILL, JR., Biddeford, Maine, 3 . . .
ROW EIGHT: MARY HILL GRUBBS, Columbus, Ga., 1,
Alpha Delta Pi . . . HATTIE LEE GUERRANT, Winchester, Ky.,
3, Kappa Alpha Theta . . SUZANNE COLETTE GUNDERSON,
Lake Worth, 2, Kappa Alpha Theta . . . ADELIA ANN GUTH-
RIE, Lake City, 2, Delta Gamma . . . SARAH ELIZABETH
GUTHRIE, Jacksonville, 1 . . . FREDNA ANITA HAAS, Mc-
Alpin, 3 . . . CHARLES WILLIAM HACKNEY, Hampton, Va.,
2 . DIAN LOU HADFIELD, Clearwater, 2 . . .
ROW THREE: MARJORIE NAN GODFREY, Chipley, 1, Zeta
Tau Alpha . . . DIANE ELIZABETH GODIN, St. Petersburg, 1
. . . ALBERT DETLOUS GODWIN, Jacksonville, 3 . . . GEORGE
RICHARD GOLDSTEIN, Miami, 3 . . . RUSSELL FRANK
GOODE, JR., Orlando, 2 . . . LILLIAN LOUISE GOODMAN,
Midland, Ga., 2, Delta Gamma . . . DOROTHY JO GOODWIN,
Jacksonville, 2, Pi Beta Phi . . . GAIL ANN GORDON, St.
Opa Locka, 1 . . .
ROW NINE: CHARLES FRED HAEFLINGER, Winter Park, 3
. . . ALTON MALCOM HAEGER, Miami, 2 . . . ANTHONY
ANN HAGAR, Orlando, 1, Chi Omega . . ELINOR MARIE
HAGER, Bradenton, 2, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . JACKIE RAY
HAILEY, West Palm Beach, 3, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . HIL-
TON HENDRICKS HALEY, Pensacola, 3 . . JEAN STARR
HALEY, Daytona Beach, 2 . . . CAMILLA HELEN HALL, Coral
Gables, 1 . . .
ROW FOUR: JACK MALCOLM GORRIE, Tampa, I . . .
ELIZABETH MARIE GOSSELIN, Lakeland, 1 . . . JANE MARIE
GOSSMAN, Goulds, 1 . . CELIA RAE GOTSHALL, Panama
City 2 . . . STUART FRED GOULD, Atlanta, Ga., 3, Sigma
Alpha Epsilon . . . JOHN PATRICK GRADY, Tampa, 1 . . .
CAROL GRAETZ, Avon Park, I . . . JEANNINE MARIE GRA-
HAM, Jacksonville, 1 . . .
ROW TEN: HELEN MARGARET HALL, Pensacola, 2 . . .
KAREN ANN HALL, Winter Haven, 1 . KAY NEWTON
HALL, Tampa, 1, Kappa Delta . . . JUNE HAMILTON, Bush-
nell, 3, Delta Zeta . . . LYMAN LESLIE HAMMOND, Valdosta,
Ga., 3 . . . RUTH A. HAMMOND, Ft. Lauderdale, 3, Kappa
Delta . . . ARTHUR LEE HANEY, Miami, 1, Kappa Alpha . . .
FRANCES LOUISE HANKINSON, Valdosta, Ga., 1, Delta Zeta.
ROW FIVE: JULIAN N. GRAHAM, JR., Tampa, 1, Kappa
Alpha . . . LOUISE GRAHAM, Tampa, 3, Alpha Chi Omega
. . . EDWIN W. GRAMLING, St. Augustine, 2, Sigma Alpha
Epsilon . . . L. EDSEL GRAMS, Gillette, Wyoming, 5, Sigma
Nu . FELIZIA LAJUAIA GRANGER, Apopka, 2 . HAZEL
LOUISE GRAVES, Yulee, 1 . EVELYN S. GRAY, Panama
City, 2 . . . MARTHA FRANCES GRAY, Atlanta, Ga., 2 . . .
ROW SIX: MARY ELIZABETH GREEN, Palatka, 2, Alpha
Omicron Pi . . . MIMI R. GREENBERG, Tallahassee, 3 . . .
BARBARA ADELAIDE GREENE, Tallahassee, 3 Alpha Omicron
Pi . HAROLD G. GREGG, Mount Dora, 2 . . . DORIS E.
GREGORY, Lake Worth, 3, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . PATRICIA
EVELYN GREGORY, Allam, Ga., 2 . . . PATRICIA ANN GREI-
SEN, Bradenton, 1 . . . CAROLYN COMMYNS GRIFFIN, Pen-
sacola, 1 , Alpha Gamma Delta . . .
Old Forester? Faberge? Shucks, it's only distilled water.
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ROW ONE: G. MAXINE HANNON, Tallahassee, 3, Alpha
Chi Omega . . . BARBARA ELAINE HANSON, Miami Springs
1 . . . MARGARET ANN HARDIN, Panama City Beach, 1 . . .
PAT HARDY, Bonifay, 3 . . . CORA LOUISE HARGRAVE, St.
Petersburg, 2 . . . ROBERT GEORGE HARMER, Panama City, 1
. . . KEITH ALLAN HARP, St Petersburg, 2 . . . PATRICIA
ESTELLE HARPER, Lakeland, 1, Delta Zeta . . .
ROW SEVEN: JANYCE HELEN HOBKIRK, Lake Wales, 1
. . . MARY JANE HODGES, Plant City, 1 . . . PATRICIA ANN
HOFFMAN, Miami Shores, 1 CHARLES JERALD HOHNE,
St. Augustine, 1 . . . DOROTHY S. HOLLAND, Jacksonville, 1
. . . JANET EDITH HOLLER, Miami, 2 . PATRICIA ANN
HOLLINS, St. Petersburg, 1, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . HELEN
ELSIE HOLMSTROM, Miami, 1 . . .
ROW TWO: BETTY HARRILL, Miami, 1 . GLORIA JEAN
HARRIS, Roberta, Ga., 2 . . . HOMER THORPE HARRIS, Jack-
sonville, 3 . . . MARILYN LOU HARRIS, Bradenton, 1, Kappa
Delta . . . DIANNE MAREDYDD HARRISON, Miami, 1 . . .
DOROTHY JANE HARRISON, Tallahassee, 3 BONNIE
LE MERLE HART, Foley, 1 MARTHA LOUIE HARTER,
Lake Wales, 2 . . .
ROW EIGHT: DIANA HOLROYD, Miami, 2, Delta Gamma
. . . BARBARA LOU HOMER, Winter Haven, 1 . . . JACQUE-
LIN SUE HOMER, Miami, 2 . . ANN ETTA HOOBER, Jack-
sonville, 1 . . . JOYCE ELAINE HOOKS, Jacksonville, 3 . . .
LEMUEL HOUSTON HOOVER, Jacksonville, 3, Kappa Alpha
LUCY ANN HOPEWELL, Fort Lauderdale, 2 . MARGARET
ANN HORTON, Palatka, 1 . . .
ROW THREE: KATHLEEN HELENE HARTUNG, Clearwater
Beach, 1, Delta Gamma . . MARIAN HELEN HARTLEY,
Daytona Beach, 1 . . . DOTTIE HATTON, Orlando, 1, Pi Beta
Phi DONALD N. HAYES, Pensacola, 3 JIM CARLTON
HAYWOOD, Leesburg, 3 . . FRANCES ANN HEARN, Plant
City, 2, Kappa Delta . . . KENT HAROLD HEARN, Denver,
Colo., 3, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . ELLEN E. HEATH, Zephyr-
hills, 1 . . .
ROW NINE: JACQUELINE MAE HOWARD, Ft Lauderdale,
1 . . . MARY BIRDIE HOWARD, Gainesville, 3, Delta Zeta
SHARON KATHLEEN HOWARD, St Petersburg, 1 . . .
RHODA GALE HOWE, Ocala, 2, Alpha Gamma Delta . . .
JEANNE MARGUERITE HUBER, Boynton Beach, 1 . . . KAY
R. HUDSON, Sarasota, 1, Gamma Phi Beta . . . KATHLEEN
FRANCES ROWENA HUFFORD, Tampa, 1 ELEANOR
HUGHES, Columbus, Ga., 1, Alpha Delta Pi . . .
ROW FOUR: ELSA LOUISE HECKENDORF, Sarasota, 3,
Delta Delta Delta . . . JOAN REID HEDRICK, Tampa, 2, Delta
Delta Delta . . . PATRICIA GAYLE HEFELE, Coral Gables, 1 . . .
SHARRON A. HEIM, St Petersburg, 2 . . . BETTY ARLENE
HENDERSON, St. Petersburg, 2 MARY LOVE HENDERSON,
Tallahassee, 1 . . . BARBARA LOUISE HENDRIX, Ormond
Beach, 3, Kappa Alpha Theta . . . PATRICIA ANN HENDRY,
Tampa, 1 , Chi Omega . . .
ROW TEN: SALLY FRANCES HUGHES, St Augustine, 3 . . .
JOHN HAYMOND HULL, Plant City, 1, Pi Kappa Alpha . . .
RITA MAE HUMMEL, Cleveland, Ohio, 1 PHILLIP G.
HUNT, Montgomery, Ala., 3, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . MAR-
THA JEAN HUNTER, Albany, Ga., 1 . . . DORIS LAVON
HUSTIN, St. Petersburg, 3 . . YOLANDA MARY ANN
HUSZTY, Ft Lauderdale, 1 . . MARGARET ELIZABETH
HUTCHINS, Fernandina Beach, 1 . . .
ROW FIVE: BETTY ANN HENLEY, Campbellton, 2 . . .
RODGER D. HERNDON, Miami Beach, 3 . RICHARD R.
HEROUX, Lake Worth, 1 CARLEEN HERRINGTON, Miami,
2, Delta Delta Delta . . . PEGGY ANN HERRINGTON, Claxton,
Ga., 2 . TEMPLE HESS, Jacksonville, 2 . POLLY VIR-
GINIA HEYWARD, Bogalusa, La., 3, Delta Zeta . . . SALLY
GAY HIGHNAM, Lakeland, 1, Alpha Xi Delta . . .
ROW SIX: EDUARDO CESAR HILGERT, LaPunta, Peru 2
Tau Kappa Epsilon . . . MARY CAROLYN HILL, Ft. Myers, 1
. . PATRICIA ANN HILL, Miami, 1 . . . SUSAN JANE
HIMALSTEIN, St. Petersburg, 1 . . . CAROLYN HINSHAW,
Atlanta, Ga., 1 . . . JAN HINSON, DeFuniak Springs, 3, Chi
Omega . . . MAJEL HINSON, Plant City, 3, Kappa Delta . . .
NATALIE HALSTEAD HOBBS, Sarasota, 1 . . .
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ROW ONE: JACQUELAN SUE HUTTO, Bartow, 1 JULIA
ANN INGRAM, Winter Park, 1, Kappa Alpha Theta . . .
SANDRA LYNETTE INGRAM, Apopka, 3, Phi Mu . . . ELEA-
NORE ANN IRVIN, Miami, 3, Alpha Xi Delta . . . SYLVIA
DIANA IRVIN, Albany, Ga ., 1 . HARRIET LOUISE IRVINE,
Harrisburg, 2 . . . RUTH ANN IVEY, Tallahassee, 3 . . . GAY
A. JACKSON, Jacksonville, 1 . . .
ROW SEVEN: ANN M. KELLY, Coral Gables, 3, Zeta Tau
Alpha . . . JANE ANNETTE KELLY, Lake City, 1, Kappa Delta
. . . SUSAN KELSEY, Tampa, 2, Delta Zeta . PHIL JACOB
KEMBLOWSKI, Auburn, N. Y., 2, Phi Kappa Tau . . SHEILA
NANNETTE KENNEDY, Clearwater, 1, Delta Zeta . . . ANN-
ETTE KENT, St. Petersburg, 1, Delta Delta Delta . . . SARAH
FRANCES KEAT, Chipley, 3 . . . TWYLA SUE KENT, Gulfport,
ROW TWO: MERRY JUNE JACKSON, Clearwater, 1, Alpha
Chi Omega . . . SHIRLEY GAY JACKSON, Panama City, 3,
Sigma Kappa . . . ELAINE MARIE JAEGER, Haines City, 1 . . .
BRENDA W. JAGGER, St Petersburg, 1 JAN ELIZABETH
JANES, Wauchula, 1 . . . CONSTANCE MELANIE JEFFERS,
Jacksonville, 1 . . . RICHARD HENRY JOCKEL, Pensacola, 3
. . . LINDA SUE JOHNS, Starke, 1 . . .
ROW EIGHT: ROBERT D. KERLEY, Miami, 2, Sigma Alpha
Epsilon . . . MARY JANET KERR, Ft. Lauderdale, 1 . . . JOYCE
ANN KICKLITER, St Petersburg, 1 . JACKIE DON KIDD,
Greenacres City, 3, Kappa Sigma . . . ROBERTA MARIE
KIENZLE, Miami, 2, Alpha Omicron Pi . . . ELLEN ANNETTE
KING, Baker, 3 . GLORIA ROSEMARY KING, Coral Gables,
1 . . . MELANIE ANN KING, Miami, 1 . . .
ROW THREE: BARBARA JEAN JOHNSON, Bradenton, 1 . . .
CARL BOONE JOHNSON, Green Cove Springs, 2 . . . GYNELLE
JOHNSON, Jasper, 3, Phi Mu . . . HAMAN HAROLD JOHN-
SON, Tallahassee, 3 . . . ISABEL JANE JOHNSON, Jasper, 1,
Phi Mu . . . MARGARET GLADYS JOHNSON, Tallahassee, 2
. . . MARILYN RUTH JOHNSON, Coral Gables, 1, Siama Kappa
. . . NETTIE MERLING JOHNSON, Jacksonville, 1, Alpha Xi
Delta . . .
ROW NINE: HATTIE NANN KINSEY, Camaguey, Cuba, 3
. . . ARLENE KIRCHMAN, Belle Glade, 2 . . VICKIE CAROL
KIRCHMAN, Arlington, Va., 2, Delta Delta Delta . . . COR-
RINNE LOUISE KIRK, Miami Springs, 1, Alpha Xi Delta . . .
VIRGINIA MADELEINE KIRKLAND, Jacksonville, 1 . . . WIL-
LIAM ROUSE KIRKLAND, Tallahassee, 3, Kappa Alpha . . .
LORETTA FAYE KIRKPATRICK, Miami, 1 . . VIRGINIA
KATHRYN KISER, Cocoa 2 . . .
ROW FOUR: ROBERT M. JOHNSON, Tallahassee, 3, Sigma
Chi . . . RUTH ATHALIE JOHNSON, West Palm Beach, 3,
Alpha Gamma Delta . . . JOHN B. JOINER, Jacksonville, 3,
Kappa Alpha . . . JOYCE M. JOLLY, Miami, 1, Alpha Omicron
Phi . . . CARLA ELAINE JONES, Orlando, 1, Delta Zeta . . .
FLOY DAGMAR JONES, Jacksonville, 1, Alpha Omicron Pi . . .
MARILYN JONES, Dade City, 2 . MELINDA JANE JONES,
Daytona, 2, Zeta Tau Alpha . . .
ROW TEN: JEANI KITCHENS, Coral Gables, 3, Kappa Alpha
Theta . . . SUSAN ANN KNIGHT, Coral Gables, 1, Delta Gam-
ma ELLWOOD LOUIS KOCH, Tallahassee, 2 LEONARD
ALFRED KOETH, Euclid, Ohio, 2, Theta Chi . . . WILSON
KOKALARI, New York, N Y , 2 . BARBARA ANN CATH-
ERINE KOPERSKI, Jacksonville, 1 . . . CARL JOSEPH KOPPEIS,
Memphis, Tenn., 1, Theta Chi . . . SUSAN ELIZABETH KORST,
Tallahassee, 1, Alpha Delta Pi . . .
ROW FIVE: OKLE CATHERINE JONES, Jacksonville, 2 . . .
F. EMILY JOPLING, Jacksonville, 1, Alpha Gamma Delta . . .
BONNIE ANN JORDAN, LaBelle, 1, Gamma Phi Beta . . .
JILDA VIRGINIA JORDAN, Atlanta, Ga., 1, Zeta Tau Alpha
. . SANDRA LEAH JORGENSEN, Punta Gorda, 1 DOLORIS
JOANN JOSEPH, Dothan, Ala , 3 VICTOR JOHN KALETA,
Tampa, 1, Kappa Sigma . . . JAN MARILYN KAMINIS, Tam-
pa, 3, Alpha Xi Delta . . .
ROW SIX: ATHENA K. KAPNIAS, Jacksonville, 1, Phi Mu
. . SALLY LOU KAY, Bradenton, 1 . . . MARY SYLVIA
KEARSON, Blackshear, Ga., 3, Alpha Gamma Delta . . LON-
NIE HORACE KEENE, JR., Palatka, 2 . . WARREN HARPER
KEENE, Palatka, 1 . . BARBARA ALISA KEESLER, St Peters-
burg, 3, Abha Gamma Delta . . . HELEN ELAINE KELLER,
Bradenton, 1 . . . JAMES S. KELLERMAN, Largo, 3 . . .
Coke! At the coast? Who's kidding whom:
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ROW ONE: FREDERICK RICHARD KORZAN, Miami, 2,
Sigma Phi Epsilon . . . FRANCES BARBARA KOVAS, Ft. Lau-
derdale, 3, Alpha Chi Omega . . . BARBARA KROGLAND, Co-
lumbus, Ga., 2, Gamma Phi Beta . . . LOIS GWEN KUSTER,
Vero Beach, 2, Alpha Omicron Pi . . . DOLORES LORETTA
LAFFERTY, Lakeland, 2, Kappa Delta . . . PATRICIA ANN
LA FLEUR, Warrington, 1 . . . CAROL ANNE LAMB, States-
boro, Ga., 2, Phi Mu . . JOHNNY PATRICK LAMBERT,
Havana, 2 . . .
ROW SEVEN: EUGENE ARDEN LEWIS, Melbourne, 3 . . .
FEDORA BELLE LEWIS, Bradenton, 1, Alpha Gamma Delta
HENRY CYRUS LEWIS, JR., Lakeland, 2 . . . LOU REBA
LEWIS, Pensacola, 1 . . . MARGARET REED LEWIS, Panama
City, 1, Delta Delta Delta . . . PATSY ANN LIEB, Lakeland, I
ROBERT MILTON LINEBACK, Panama City, I . . . DORO-
THY DEANNE LINGO, Clearwater, 1 . . .
ROW TWO: CAROL KAY LAMBRECHT, St. Petersburg, 1
. . . SALLY ANN LAMSON, Tampa, 1 . . . HENRY BRITTON
LANDRUM, Panama City, 2, Sigma Chi . . . SHIRLEY ANN
LANDRUM, Panama City, 3 . . . CAROL ANN LANDRY, Ft.
Lauderdale, 3 . . . LINDA ANN LANGSTON, Ft. Myers, 1 . . .
ROBERT CUSHMAN LANSFORD, St. Petersburg, 3, Lambda
Chi Alpha . . . GRANVILLE LEE LARIMORE, Albany, N. Y., 2.
ROW EIGHT: MYRTLE JEAN LINGO, Pensacola, 2
KAY LIPPINCOTT, Clearwater, 1 . . SUSAN MARY LIPS-
COMB, Jacksonville, 1 . . . BARBARA JEAN LITTLE, Tampa
3, Kappa Alpha Theta . . . MARY ELLA LITTLE, Miami, I . . .
JOYCE ELAINE LITTLETON, Madison, 1 . . . CLIFF LIVING-
STON, Panama City, 1 . . CHARLES ALLEN LLOYD, Ft
Lauderdale, 2 . . .
ROW THREE: JUDITH CLAIRE LARSEN, Miami, 1 . . .
WILLIAM R. LASSA, Ft Lauderdale, 3 . . LLOYD F. LASSEN,
South Bend, Ind., 3 . . . MARY ANN LASSITER, West Palm
Beach, 3, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . JAMES L. LASTINGER,
Cornwell, 2 . . . KAY GLEN LATIMER, Tampa, 1, Kappa Delta
M. DIANE LATIMER, Miami, 3, Kappa Delta . . . ALBERT
AMERICO LATINA, Plant City, 3 . . .
ROW NINE: KAY LLOYD, Panama City, 2, Kappa Delta
. . . LINDA GAIL LLOYD, Daytona Beach, 1 . . JANICE
KELLER LOFTIN, Tallahassee, 3 CAROLYN ELIZABETH
LOGUE, West Palm Beach, 1 . . . EVELYN ANN LOMAISTRO,
Miami, I . . . HUEY BILLY LONG, Columbus, Ga., 3 . . .
JAMES PAUL LOONEY, Miami, I BARBARA ANN LOPER,
Tampa, 1 . . .
ROW FOUR: JOHN T. LATOSZEWSKI, Jackson, Mich, 3
. . . MARGARET JANE LATSHAW, Miami, 1 . . MARY
JACQUELYN LAVERGNE, Ft Lauderdale, 1 HARRY EU-
GENE LA VIGNE, Ocala, 1 EINAR DONALD LAURENE,
Miami, 2 . . . CYNTHIA ANN LAWRENCE, Tallahassee, 2,
Pi Beta Phi . . . MYRA ANNE LAY, Coral Gables, 3, Alpha Xi
Delta . . . ANN LAZONBY, Gainesville, 2, Chi Omega . .
ROW TEN: PATRICIA ANNE LORD, Orlando, 2 . MAR-
THA LENORE LOTT, Hollywood, 2 . PATRICIA STEWART
LOVELAND, Miami, 1 . . FRED RALPH LOVELL, Decatur,
Ga., 2 . . . JOHN FRED LOWERY, Daytona Beach, 1 . . .
SANDRA RUTH LOZIER, Lantana, 1 . . SAMUEL THOMAS
LUCAS, Jacksonville, 1 . . . ALICE LOUISE LUPO, Orlando, 1.
ROW FIVE: CAROLE KING LEAP, Tallahassee, 1, Alpha
Omicron Pi . . . MARGARET ANN WHITEHEAD, Tallahassee,
ELIZABETH ELLIS LEES, Jacksonville, 1, Delta Zeta .
PATRICIA VONN LEFFEL, Harrisonburg, Va , 1 . JUDY
MARY LEHAN, Maitland, 1 RICHARD L. LEHMANN,
Tallahassee, 3 . . . PATSY RUTH LEMONS, Orlando, 2, Delta
Zeta . . . JAMES DICK LEONE, Tampa, 2 . .
ROW SIX: JANE FRANCES LEONE, Ft Myers, 3 BETTY
JEAN LEOPARD, Winter Haven, 2 . ELIZABETH ANN
LEOPARD, Auburndale, 3 . . . JEAN A. LEVINSON, Sarasota
3 LARRY E. LEVY, Tallahassee, 3 . . . ANN LEWIS,
Palatka, 3 . . . CAROL JO LEWIS, Tallahassee, 1, Delta Gam-
ma.. . DON ROBERT LEWIS, Holly Hill, 3, Sigma Chi . .
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ROW ONE: BEVERLY JUNE MACKENZIE, Palatka, 2, Alpha
Gamma Delta . . . ROSETTA MACKIN, Coral Gables, 3 . . .
SARA JEAN MacLEOD, Jacksonville, 2, Kappa Delta . . .
JEANNE EDITH MaGILL, Chattanooga, Tenn., 2, Pi Beta Phi
. . . ERNESTINE JOAN MAGNUSON, Tampa, 1 . MARIAN
LOUISE MAHANNAH, Miami, 1, Alpha Gamma Delta . . .
JEAN A. MAIFELD, St Petersburg, 3 ... JOE I. MAJORS,
Huntland, Tenn., 2, Phi Delta Theta . . .
ROW SEVEN: D. CARLINE McDOUGALD, Tallahassee, I, Pi
Beta Phi . MARILYN JO ANN McDUGALD, Dundee, 1 . . .
ROSEMARY McEWEN, Miami, 2 . . JAMES E. McFATTER,
Bonifay, 2 JO ANNA McFARLAND, Sarasota, 1 . . . MARY
EONNEAU McGILLIVRAY, Lakeland, 1 . . . MARTHA EMILY
McGINNES, Plant City, 3, Kappa Delta . . . BONNIE LEE
McGREGOR, Miami Springs, 2 . . .
ROW TWO: JOYCE EVELYN MALMBORG, Jacksonville, 2
. . . PATRICIA EILEEN MALSEED, Sarasota, 2 MARY
JANE MALTBY, Hastings, 1, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . JACK TAY
MANN, Winter Park, 1 . . . BARBARA JEAN MAPPIN, Miami,
3 . . . MARY ANN MARCHESSEAU, Atlanta, Ga., 1, Phi Mu
SUE MARCOTTE, Leesburg, 1 . . THOMAS CLARK MARKS,
Tampa, 1 , Kappa Alpha . . .
ROW EIGHT: RUTH ANNETTE MclNTOSH, Pahokee, 1 . . .
JO ANN McKEITHEN, Bartow, 1, Pi Beta Phi .. . GEORGE H.
McKELVIN, JR., 2, Phi Kappa Tau MARY KATHERINE
McKEOWN, Pensacola, 3 CARLA SUZANNE McKINNEY,
Panama City, 1, Zeta Tau Alpha . . . MARY FRANCES Mc-
KINNEY, Miami, 1 ... JO ELLEN McKNIGHT, Tallahassee, 3,
Alpha Gamma Delta . . . SALLIE NAOMI McLAIN, Lakeland,
2 . . .
ROW THREE: ANNE ISABEL MARSH, Jacksonville, 3 . . .
EDWIN ROLAND MARSHALL, JR., Anthony, 2 . . ANN
BRENNAND MARTIN, Umatilla, 3 . . GROVER EDWARD
MARTIN, Umatilla, 1 . . . JAMES A. MARTIN, Sarasota, 1
. . . MARIE LUCILLE MARTIN, Tallahassee, 1, Alpha Omicron
Pi MERRIBEL CAROLYN MARTIN, Kewanee, III., 1 . . .
NANCY A. MARTINEZ, Daytona Beach, 2, Sigma Kappa . . .
ROW NINE: CAROLE CECILIA McLAUGHLIN, Miami, 1
. . SHIRLEY ANN McLENDON, Ft Lauderdale, 3 . . MA-
RION CLYDE McLEOD, JR., Panama City, 1, Pi Kappa Alpha
. . . RUTH ELAINE McLESTER, Ft Lauderdale, 1 . BAR-
BARA HARRIETT McMILLAN, Dahlgren, Va , 2 . . PETE
McNIEL, Panama City, 2, Phi Kappa Tau . . . BONNIE GAIL
McPHERSON, Birmingham, Ala., 3, Kappa Delta . . . RONALD
JOSEPH McQUAID, Buffalo, N. Y., 2, Pi Kappa Phi . . .
ROW FOUR: GILBERT GEORGE MARTINEZ, New Orleans,
La., 2 . . . BETSYRENE TUDI MASON, Clearwater, 1, Kappa
Alpha Theta . . . MARILYN ANN MASON, Clearwater, 3,
Kappa Delta . . . BERNICE LEANNE MASSEY, Jacksonville, 1
WILLIAM ALBERT MASTERSON, Jacksonville, 3 . . . DEWITT
MATHERS, Greenville, 3 . HELEN C. MATHIS, Tampa, 1
. . . MARLENE ELISSA MATOUK, St Petersburg, 3 . . .
ROW TEN: PAT ELOISE McRAE, Mcintosh, 1 . . . ALFRED
CLIFTON MEADOR, Tallahassee, 2 . HENRY LOUIS MEA-
DOR, Bradenton, 1, Phi Kappa Tau . . . JEANIE MEADOWS,
Riverview, 1, Alpha Omicron Pi . . . ADELE ETHEL MEISSNER,
Balboa, Canal Zone, 3 . . . GLORIA ANN MELTZER, Palatka,
2, Alpha Omicron Pi . . BETTY GWENDOLYN MERRITT,
Tallahassee, 2 . . . SHIRLEY IRENE METZ, St. Petersburg, 3,
Alpha Gamma Delta . . .
ROW FIVE: JAMES ELWIN MATSON, Tallahassee, 2 . . .
DOROTHY GENE MATTHEWS, Augusta, Ga., 2 JAMES
FRANKLIN MATTHEWS, Orlando, 3 . . . SALLY ANN MAT-
THEWS, Pompano Beach, I . . SUZANNE IRENE MATZAT,
Jacksonville, 1, Delta Zeta . . . DOROTHY JEAN MAY, Miami
Shores, 2, Pi Beta Phi . . . ROSALIE MAYNARD, Sebring, 1
... J. RALPH MAZUR, Daytona Beach, 2, Sigma Phi Epsilon.
Three suitcases, and she's going home for the weekend.
ROW SIX: HANS D. MAURER, Tallahassee, 3 GARY
LINDA McATEER, Tampa, 3, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . W.
ROY McCOLLUM, Atlanta, Ga., 2, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . .
SALLY MARIE McCONNELL, Suffield, Conn , 3 . RAY-
MOND LAWRENCE McCOY, Seffner, 3 . KAY STEELE
McCUE, Monroe, La., 1, Kappa Alpha Theta . . . GLORIA
GAIL McDANIEL, Tallahassee, 1 . . . MARY BETH McDON-
ALD, Blountstown, 3, Delta Zeta . . .
ROW ONE: THOMAS ORT METZ, Dayton, Ohio, 1, Theta
Chi . . . HELEN KARLENE MICKLER, Jacksonville, 1, Alpha
Delta Pi . . . PATRICIA ANNE MICKLER, Tampa, 1, Kappa
Alpha Theta . . . JULIE ANN MILAM, Miami, 2, Kappa Alpha
Theta . . . PATRICIA ANN MILFORD, St. Petersburg, 2, Delta
Gamma . . ELLA MAE MILLER, Lakeland, 2 . . . EDWARD
H. MILLER, Ft. Lauderdale, 3, Delta Tau Delta . . . PHYLLIS
ANN MILLER, Sarasota, 3, Kappa Delta . . .
ROW SEVEN: DORIS RUTH NELSON, Haines City, 1 . . .
PEGGY LUCILLE NELSON, Stuart, 1, Alpha Omicron Pi . . .
ELISE YVONNE NEWBERRY, Bainbridge, Ga., 2, Kappa Delta
. . . ELINOR NEWMAN, Fruitland Park, 3 . . . JAMES ALTON
NEWSOME, Ft Meade, 2 . . . NANCY ANNE NEWSOME,
Columbus, Ga., 1, Pi Beta Phi . . . JAMES CURTIS NEWTON,
Panama City, 1 . . . BYRON EDGAR NICHOLS, Dunnellon, 3.
ROW TWO: SYLVIA DOROTHY MILLER, Tampa, 1 . . .
SHIRLEY LOU MILLION, Balboa, Canal Zone, 3 ELLIS
WILLARD MILLS, Waynesboro, Ga., 1, Sigma Alpha Epsilon
. . . MARY V. MILSTEAD, Jacksonville, 2, Alpha Delta Pi . . .
DAVID SIDNEY MINTON, Tallahassee, 3, Lambda Chi Alpha
. . PETE MITCHELL, Ft Lauderdale, 3 . . MARY PRISCILLA
MOHLHENRICH, Coral Gables, 2, Chi Omega . . . VALERIE
J. MOLONEY, Lake Worth, 1 . . .
ROW EIGHT: SHERRY LYNNE NICHOLS, St Petersburg, 2,
Zeta Tau Alpha . . . FANCHONE NICHOLSON, San Antonio, 3
. . . WILLIAM GLENN NICHOLSON, Jacksonville, 2, Lambda
Chi Alpha . . . VIRGIL CALVIN NIPPER, Cordele, Ga., 2 . . .
CAROLYN ELAINE NOLL, Ft Lauderdale, 2 . . CECELIA A.
NORRIS, Pahokee, 3 KARL WILSON OAKLEY, Talla-
hassee, 2 . . . M. KATHIE O'BRIEN, Miami, 1 . . .
ROW THREE: BETTY ANN MONTGOMERY, Tallahassee, 1,
Delta Delta Delta . . . ARVA JEAN MOORE, Miami Shores, 1,
Kappa Alpha Theta . . . MARTHA GAYLE MOORE, Wauchula,
1 . . YVONNE MOORE, Key West, 1 . . . MARIA ADELA
MORAS, Tallahassee, 3 . . ROBERT ALAN MOREN, Freeport,
III., 2, Sigma Chi . . . MARY JOYCE MORGAN, Tampa, 3 . . .
RALPH THOMAS MORGAN, Odessa, 1 .. .
ROW NINE: MARY ANN O'DONNELL, Tampa, 1, Delta
Gamma . . . NANCY ELIZABETH OEXLE, Pensacola, 3, Kappa
Alpha Theta . . . GERALD EVERETT OLSON, Winter Haven, 1
. . LILIAN FLORENCE OLSEN, St Petersburg, 3 . . CAR-
MEN O'NEAL, Vero Beach, I . . . JOSEPH F. OSBORNE, Hal-
landale, 2 . . . MARTHA DREW O'STEEN, Branford, 1 . . .
NANCY JONES OSTERHOUDT, Dade City, 3, Chi Omega . . .
ROW FOUR: HARRIETTE E. MORRILL, Miami, 3 . . .
DIANA EVIE MORRIS, Miami, 2, Kappa Alpha Theta . . .
MARGARET JANE MORRIS, Belle Glade, 3, Phi Mu . . . JAMES
LOUIS MORRISON, Winter Haven, 1 . . . ANN LOUISE
MORSE, Deland, 2 . . . DOROTHY LOUISE MORTON, Jack-
sonville, 1, Kappa Alpha Theta . . . HELEN PRISCILLA MOSS,
Coral Gables, 3, Pi Beta Phi . . . BARBARA JOY MUELLER,
Merritt Island, 2, Delta Gamma . . .
ROW TEN: CHARLOTTE ANN OTT, Ocala, 1, Delta Delta
Delta . GARY LEE OVERHOLT, Bradenton, 2 . . . TROY
E. OVERSTREET, Americus, Ga., 3 . . MARTHA J. OWEN,
Sanford, 3 . . . ROBERT JOSEPH OWENS, Quincy, 2 . . .
WILLIAM FRANKLIN PACE, Pensacola, 3, Sigma Alpha Epsi-
lon . . PEGGY ANNE PAFFORD, Jennings, 1 . . CATHERINE
E. PAGE, Tallahassee, 1, Sigma Kappa . . .
ROW FIVE: CAROLYN ANN MUGGE, Greenville, 2 . . .
WALTER MICHAEL MULLINS, Hialeah, 1 . . . PAT MURPHY,
Ft. Lauderdale, 2, Kappa Alpha Theta . . . PATRICIA LEE
MURPHY, Miami, 1 . ROBERT H. MURRAH, JR., Pelham,
Ga., 3 . . . BOB PERRY MURRAY, Frostproof, 3, Sigma Chi
. . . MARION YANCY MURRAY, Palatka, 2, Alpha Omicron
Pi . . PATRICIA C. MURRELL, Miami, 1 . . .
ROW SIX: LAURA MATILDA MURRELL, Deland, 3 . . .
RICHARD WILLIAM NAGODE, Euclid, Ohio, 3, Phi Delta
Theta . . . PATRICIA ANNE NATHE, Dade City, 1 . . . AG-
NES ELOUISE NEARING, Hastings, 3 . . . FRANCES NEELEY,
Lamont, 3 . . . CAROL JANE NEFF, Winter Haven, 1 . . .
CAROLANNE NELSON, Tallahassee, 2 . . . DAVIS RAY NEL-
SON, St. Petersburg, 3 . . .
Brooks Brothers will hear about this!
ROW ONE: ROBERT E. PAGE, Tallahassee, 3 . . . MAR-
JORIE ANN PAINTER, Ft. Meade, 3 . . ROBERT LEE PAINT-
ER, Ft. Meade, I . . . PATRICIA ELIZABETH PALM, St.
Petersburg, 1 . . . JAMES MONROE PALMER, Ft. Myers, 2 . . .
LINDA ANN PALMYRA, Miami, 1 . . . JACKIE H. PARKER,
Orlando, 1, Delta Delta Delta . . . JAMES HARMON PARKER,
Oshkosh, Wis., 1 . . .
ROW SEVEN: CAROLINE LAVONIA PITTARD, West Palm
Beach, 1 . . . JAY CHARLES PITTMAN, JR., Boston, Ga., 3
. . . AURELIA FITZPATRICK PITTS, Pittsview, Ala., 1 . .
DEAN ALLEN PLATT, Sarasota, 2 . . . MARJORIE PLATT,
Melbourne, 1 . . CYNTHIA HOLLEY PLOCKELMAN, West
Palm Beach, 1 . . . PATRICIA ANN POE, Ozark, Ala 1
CYNTHIA DAWN POHL, Winter Park, 1 .. .
ROW TWO: NANCY BIRCH PARKINSON, Jacksonville, 1
. . . RICHARD F. PARKS, Tallahassee, 2 ... JO MARGARET
PARSON, Belle Glade, 1 . . . JOHN N. PARTRIDGE, JR., Or-
lando, 1, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . WILLIAM BLANCHARD
PASCHAL, JR., Madison, 2 .. . MYRA JOY PATE, Tampa, 1
. . . LYDIA ELAINE PATTERSON, Miami, 2 . . . MARY LYNN
PATTERSON, Tallahassee, 1, Kappa Delta . . .
ROW EIGHT: HONEY SUE POOLEY, Cocoa, 2 PHILLIP
CARL POSEY, Mobile, Ala., 2 . . . EVELYN POULOS, Jackson-
ville, 1 . . ARTHUR JOSEPH POWELL, Miami, 2 . . . BETTY
CAROLYN POWELL, Lakeland, 1 . . . DOROTHY SUE POWELL,
Ft. Lauderdale, 3 . . . MARGARET JANE POWELL, Tallahassee,
1, Delta Gamma . . . MARY ESTHER POWELL, Sanford, 1 . . .
ROW THREE: NANCY KAROLYN PATTERSON, Tampa, 2
. . . GEORGE H. PEACOCK, Panama City, 3 . . . R. JOAN PEA-
DEN, Live Oak, 2 . . DAWN ANN PEARSON, Sanford, 1 . . .
JANET LYNN PEARSON, Miami, 2 . . . SARAH ELIZABETH
PECK, Zephyrhills, 1 . . . RALPH BRANNAN PECKHAM,
Tampa, 3 . . . N. ANNETTE PEEL, Chipley, 3 . . .
ROW NINE: KATHLEEN ROBERTA POWER, Sebring, 2,
Alpha Gamma Delta . . . G. FRED POWERS, Richmond, Ind., 1
. KATHLEEN MARIE PRANDONI, Orlando, 1 . . BETTY
PRATHER, Ft Myers, 3, Pi Beta Phi . . ROSE MARIE PRATT,
Plant City, 1 . . . PATTY ANN PRESTON, Miami, 1 . . ,
BETTY JEAN PRICE, Pompano Beach, 1 . . . ROWENA
PRIVETT, Clearwater, 2, Kappa Alpha Theta . . .
ROW FOUR: FAY ANNETTE PENDLETON, Tampa, 3 . . .
THOMAS PENDRAY, Coral Gables, 2, Sigma Chi . . . CLEM
PENNINGTON, Tallahassee, 3 . . . PAULINE PENNINGTON,
Ponce de Leon, 2 . . . BEVERLY PERKINS, Tallahassee, 3,
Kappa Alpha Theta . . . RAENID CARELLA PERKINS, Canton-
ment, 1 . . . THELMA BOLTIN PERKINS, Neptune Beach, 1,
Kappa Alpha Theta . . . JEAN ARLEN PERRY, Bradenton, 1.
ROW TEN: THERESA IRENE PUCKETT, Brooksville, 1 . . .
GRIFFITH THOMPSON PUGH, JR., Tallahassee, 1 . . PEGGY
ARLENE PURCELL, Ft Lauderdale, 2 . . . JANELL JACQUE-
LINE PUTNAL, Mayo, 1 . LOUISE APPIE PUTNAL, Mayo, 1
. . . CAROL JEAN RAGANS, Madison, 2, Alpha Delta Pi . . .
JIMMIE KATE RAMSEY, Blountstown, 3, Delta Zeta . .
JULIA CLAIRE RAMSEY, Tampa, 1, Chi Omega . . .
ROW FIVE: IONE LOUISE PERRY, St Augustine, 3 . . .
MAXINE DEANNE PERSONS, Winter Park, 2 . . . FRANCES
ANN PETEE, Miami, 1 . . . MYRA JANE PETERMAN, Milton,
3 . . . JIMMIE SANDRA PETERSON, Osteen, 1 . . . SONYA
CARRIE PETROW, Miami Shores, 1 . . . JANET ELIZABETH
PHELPS, Pensacola, 2 . . . DONALD DE GRAFFENRIED PICK-
ETT, Pahokee, 3 . . .
Paint job, schmaint job.
It still rides like it had square wheels.
ROW SIX: KAY A. PIEPER, Havana, Cuba, 3 . IVONNE
PIERCY, Panama City, 3 M. KATHLEEN PILCHER, Pan
ama City, 3 . . . SARA JANE PILCHER, Laurel Hill, 2 . . .
EVA DESSE PINCKARD, Daytona Beach, 2, Kappa Alpha
Theta . . . CARTHA VALENCIA PINCKNEY, Pinellas Park, 3
CAROL LEE PINKARD, Miami, 3 JAN JEROME PIPER,
St. Petersburg, 3 . . .
ROW ONE: BARBARA JEAN RANDEL, Ft Pierce, 1 . . .
JUDITH JAY RANDLE, Covington, Ga., 1, Phi Mu . . . ROD-
NEY W. RATCLIFF, Pompano Beach, 3 . . . DONALD L.
RATHBUN, Fremont, Ohio, 3 . KEITH EDWARD RAY,
Winter Haven, 1 . . . KAY READY, Miami, 1, Kappa Alpha
Theta . . . LISA A. REDD, Sarasota, 1 . . . DIXON IRVINE
REDDITT, Jacksonville, 2 . . .
ROW SEVEN: ROSALIND JANE ROUSE, Ft. Pierce, 1 . . .
LANDRESS LEON ROWELL, Green Cove Springs, 3 . . . E.
FAYE ROYSTER, Macon, Ga., 1 . . . ANNE CLEGG RUFFIN,
Albany, Ga., 1 . . . ROSE MARIE RUSKIN, Crestview, 1 . . .
PEGGY JOYCE RYAN, Tallahassee, 2 . . . WILLIAM THOMAS
RYAN, Tallahassee, 2 . . . MARY ANN RYKARD, Madison, 3.
ROW TWO: MARY ANNETTA REEDER, Lakeland, 1, Delta
Gamma . . ROSEMARY REEDY, Eustis, 1 . . ROBERT HAR-
OLD REELY, JR., Sanford, 1, Lambda Chi Alpha . . . JAMES
PRITCHARD REESE, Bartow, 2, Kappa Sigma . . . SANDRA
LEE REESE, Jacksonville, 2 DEES CAMILLE REESMAN,
Ocala, 1 . GAIL LOUISE REICHELDERFER, St Petersburg, 1
. . . CAROL ALFORD REHKOP, Tallahassee, 3 . . .
ROW EIGHT: VIRGINIA CATHERINE SACKHOFF, St. Cloud,
1 . . . LARRY V. SAGER, Marion, Ohio, 2, Pi Kappa Alpha . . .
ATHENA SAILOR, Palatka, 1 . . . JANE KING SALLEY, Talla-
hassee, 2 . . . GEORGIA ANNE SAMPSON, Haines City, 1 . . .
ROBERT FRANCIS SANCHEZ, Sarasota, 2 DELILAH RE-
BECCA SAPP, Williston, 1 . . . ARLENE LEE SARGENT, Avon
Park, 3, Alpha Gamma Delta . . .
ROW THREE: REBA B. REHWINKEL, Tallahassee, 3, Delta
Zeta ... JO ANN REVELL, Wauchula, 1 .. . KAY REY-
NOLDS, Albany, Ga., 1 . . ROCHELLE REYNOLDS, Miami, 1,
Chi Omega . . . KATHRYN MARIE RICH, Clanton, Ala.,
3 . . KATHRYN ANN RICHARDS, Altha, 3 . CHARLES
ARNOLD RICHARDSON, Jacksonville, 3 . . . ISAAC W.
RICHARDSON, Pine Village, Ind., 3 . . .
ROW NINE: PHILLIP JAMES SARRIS, Birmingham, Ala , 3,
Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . BEVERLY SUE SAULS, Lakeland, 1,
Kappa Alpha Theta . . . ELBERT LOUIS SAULS, Miami, 1 . . .
CLARA FRANCES SAUNDERS, Sebring, 3 . . . EUGENIE
OUDIN SAUNDERS, St Petersburg, 3 . . CHARLES SAVAGE,
W. Allenhurst, N. J., 2, Phi Kappa Tau . . . ARTHUR LEROY
SAWYER, Elfers, 1 . . BETTYE MARIE SAWYER, Malone, 1.
ROW FOUR: MARIETTA RICHARDSON, St Petersburg, 2
. . . LAWRENCE EUGENE RICKETTS, Tampa, 1, Theta Chi
JOHN EDWARD RILEY, Parkersburg, W. Va ., 2 . . , ARLENE
MILDRED RITCHIE, Tallahassee, 1 . . . ETSON P. ROBERTS,
Winter Haven, 1 . . . GAIL CLAIRE ROBERTS, Tampa, 1,
Kappa Delta . . . SALLIE FLORRIE ROBERTS, Myakka City, 1
. . . ELIZABETH ROSS, Winter Haven, 2, Chi Omega . . .
ROW TEN: SANDRA L. SAWYER, Miami Springs, 2, Zeta
Tau Alpha DOLORES MILDRED SCHILLING, Brooksville,
1, Alpha Omicron Pi . . . ROBERT WILLIAM SCHLITT, Vero
Beoch, 2 . . . WILLA MARIE BLANCHE SCHMIT, DeLand, 3,
Delta Zeta ELIZABETH MAXON SCHMITT, St. Peters-
burg, 3, Alpha Omicron Pi . . . SHERRY LEE SCHULZE, Pom-
pano Beach, 1, Delta Zeta . . . JUDITH ANN SCOTT, Miami,
I . . . NORMA JEAN SCOTT, Orlando, 1 . . .
ROW FIVE: BARBARA JEANNE ROBINSON, Panama City,
2 . . . MARGARET CLARA ROBISON, Fernandina Beach, 2
. . . MARTHA CHARLOTTE ROBISON, Fernandina Beach, 2
. . . MINNIE JUNE RODGERS, Bunnell, 2, Delta Zeta . . .
JUNE ANN ROGERS, Miami Springs, 1 . . . SONYA ROGERS,
Wildwood, 3 . . . EVELYN ROOKS, Chipley, 3 . . . DON A.
ROSANSKY, Brooklyn, N. Y., 2, Phi Kappa Tau . . .
ROW SIX: ANN ELIZABETH ROSE, Punta Gorda, 1 . . .
CHERYL ROSE, Miami, 1, Chi Omega . . . SANDRA LEE
ROSENBERG, Daytona Beach, 2, Kappa Alpha Theta . . .
CARL HERMAN ROSENBUSH, JR., Green Cove Springs, 2 . . .
WILLIAM ROT, Oaklawn, III., 2, Sigma Chi . . . LINDA
SLATON ROU, Eustis, 2, Alpha Delta Pi . . GAIL ROULSTON,
Coral Gables, 1 . . . BARBARA ANN ROUSE, Lake Alfred, 2.
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ROW ONE: MARLENE MORRIS SEALY, Pensacola, 3 . . .
ELVA LOUISE SEARS, Tavares, 1 . . SEARLE SELMON, Brook-
lyn, N. Y., 3 . . . MARTHA HELOISE SESSIONS, Clearwater, 1
... JO ETHEL SEWELL, Miami, 2 . . . PHYLLIS ANN SHAD-
DICK, Lady Lake, 3, Gamma Phi Beta . . . RALPH H. SHARP,
Palatka, 3, Lambda Chi Alpha . . . MARY PATRICIA SHEA,
Tampa, 1 . . .
ROW SEVEN: JOHN ALBERT SPERANZA, Frammgham,
Mass., 2 . . . SYLVIA JANE SPINKS, Orlando, 3 . . . JAQULIN
SPIRES, DeFuniak Springs, 3 . . . ERNEST RAYMOND SPIVA,
Panama City, 2, Alpha Tau Omega . . . CONNIE SPOTO,
Tampa, ) . . . ROSEMARY STAINBACK, Atlanta, Ga., 2, Delta
Zeta . DANIEL JOSEPH STAINER, Pensacola, 2 . . . EM-
MET FRANCIS STALLINGS, Tallahassee, 3 . . .
ROW TWO: JERRI LYNN SHEAROUSE, Orlando, 1 . . .
BARBARA JOAN SHEAROUSE, Orlando, 3, Alpha Gamma
Delta . . . NORMAN SHEFFIELD, Auburndale, 2, Sigma Phi
Epsilon . . . RAE ADELLE SHELDON, West Palm Beach, 3,
Alpha Gamma Delta . . . PATTY RAY SHEPARD, Atlantic
Beach, 1, Kappa Delta . . . RALPH DALE SHEPARD, Sara-
sota, 1, Kappa Sigma . . . EDWIN A. SHEPERD, Tallahassee, 2
RAMONA HUTCHINSON SHEPERD, Tallahassee, 1 . . .
ROW EIGHT: JO ANNE STALNAKER, Tallahassee, 1 . . .
BARBARA A. STANG, Miami, 2, Delta Gamma . . . ELLEN
MARY STARBUCK, Jacksonville, 3 . . . PATRICIA GAIL
STARNES, Atlanta, Ga., 2, Delta Delta Delta . . . JACQUELYN
STECKER, Ft. Lauderdale, 2, Kappa Alpha Theta . . . CARO-
LYN STEELE, Bradenton, 3 . . JOSEPH ALOYSIOS STEG-
MEIR, Miami, 2 . . . MARY LIVINGSTON STEPHENS, Quincy,
ROW THREE: ELIZABETH M. SHEPPARD, Key West, 3,
Delta Zeta . . . LINDA DEE SHERMAN, St. Petersburg, 1,
Delta Delta Delta . . . CAROL ANNE SHICK, Jacksonville, 1,
Alpha Omicron Pi . . . ELIZABETH ANN SHIVER, Bartow, 1
VIRGINIA SHIVER, Homestead, 1 . . . BARBARA ANNE SIM-
MONS, Quitman, Ga., 1 . . . HELENE ALICE SINCLAIR, Mi-
ami, 2, Delta Delta Delta ... JO ANN SINCO, Miami, 1 . . .
ROW NINE: PATRICIA LUCILE STEPHENS, Lakeland, 2
. . . CATHERINE SYLVIA STEVENS, Jacksonville, 1 . . MAR-
GARET C. STEVENS, Miami Springs, 1 ... SUE STEVENS, Ft.
Lauderdale, 2 . . . OREL THURMAN STEVENSON, Ft Myers,
1 . . . ORELINE STEVENSON, Ft. Myers, 2 . . . PATTY
STEVER, Miami, 1 BETTIE JOQUELINE STEWART, Tam-
pa, I . . .
ROW FOUR: LOYD D. SINGLETARY, Milton, 2 . KATH-
ERINE DALTON SJOBLOM, Venice, 1 PAUL WILFORD
SKOGLUND, JR., Tallahassee, 3 PRISCILLA JANE SLOAN,
Miami, 1 . CAROL JEAN SLOMKA, Orlando, 2 . ROSE
ANN SMELTZER, Vero Beach, 3, Delta Zeta . . . ELIZABETH
ANNE BETSY SMITH, Palmetto, 2 .. . FRANKIE IRENE
SMITH, Monticello, 1 . . .
ROW TEN: LANARA STEWART, Jay, 2 . . . MARTHA
HAYDEN STEWART, Valparaiso, 1 . . JOHN McCONVILLE
STITT, Tallahassee, 2 . . . CONSTANCE ST. JOHN, Umatilla,
1, Gamma Phi Beta . . . DAVID FRANKLIN ST. JOHN, Eustis,
1 . . . JOYCE ETHELLE STOCKING, St Petersburg, 1 . . .
ANNETTE D. STOKELL, Ft. Lauderdale, 1 . . . CHARLOTTE
J. STOKER, Miami, 1 . . .
ROW FIVE: JAMES WHITE SMITH, JR., Clearwater, 1 . . .
JOANN LOUESE SMITH, St. Petersburg, 3, Alpha Omicron Pi
. . JOE KELLY SMITH, Burlington, Ky , 5 . . . JOSEPHINE
SMITH, Lake Harbor, 2 . . . MARILYN ELAINE SMITH, Willis-
ton, 1 . . MARJORIE HAGOOD SMITH, Clearwater, 1 .. .
MYRTIS LULA SMITH, Williston, 2 . . . RONALD ZANE
SMITH, Tallahassee, 3 . . .
What do I want from Santa? Don't be silly!
Santa isn't real.
ROW SIX: WILLIAM TAYLOR SMITH, Tallahassee, 2, Sig-
ma Chi . . . SALLY SNARE, Coral Gables, 1, Chi Omega . . .
MARY LOU SNOOK, Clearwater, 3 . . HIRAM LARRY
SNOW, Frostproof, 3 . . . RONALD R. SOMMER, Brooksville, 3
. . . JACKIE SOUD, Jacksonville, 1, Sigma Kappa . . . JOAN
OPHELIA SPARLING, Ft Lauderdale, 2 VIRGINIA LEE
SPEARING, Deerfield Beach, 1 . . .
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ROW ONE: JAMES ALEXANDER STONE, Tallahassee, 3,
Sigma Chi . . . BARBARA SUE STOUTAMIRE, Tallahassee, 2
. . . MADGE EILEEN STRAIN, Orlando, 3, Alpha Xi Delta . . .
PHYLLIS Y. STRAKER, Umatilla, 2 . E. BURRELLE STRICK-
LAND, Richland, Ga., 2 . . . MILDRED STRICKLAND, Briston,
1 . . . SUSAN CARYL STROCK, West Palm Beach, 3, Alpha
Chi Omega . . . FAYE ELAINE SUBER, Coolidge, Ga., 2 . . .
ROW TWO: MYSIE SURGUINE, Orlando, 2, Delta Delta
Delta GAIL P. SUTOR, Coral Gables, 1 BETTY JOAN
SWARTZ, Leesburg, 2 . . . MARY THEODORA SWEETING,
Key West, 2 . . . PATRICIA ANN TALBOTT, Miami, 2 . . .
JEANNINE ELIZABETH TALLEY, Lakeland, 1 SIDNEY
CATHERINE TALLY, Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio, 1 . . .
DONALD WILLIAM TALMON, Bredanton, 1, Phi Kappa Tau.
ROW THREE: PHYLLIS TAMULEVICZ, Perrine, 1 . . .
JANET TANNER, Douglas, Ga., 1 , Phi Mu . . . MARY ANN
TATA, Tampa, 2 . . . CHESTER H. TAYLOR, Douglas, Ga., 3
ELLEN EVE TAYLOR, Bainbridge, Ga., 3 . . JUDIETH ANNE
TAYLOR, Pensacola, 2 . . . MARALYN LOIS TEARE, Palm
Beach, 1, Kappa Alpha Theta . . . ALISON TEMPLEMAN,
Atlanta, Ga., 3, Chi Omega.
ROW FOUR: TOBY TERRELL, Ocala, 3, Sigma Chi . . .
GRAHAM RONALD TESCHKE, Euclid, Ohio, 3, Phi Delta Theta
. . . CLAUDETTE THACKERSON, Jacksonville, 3, Delta Zeta
. . . BARBARA MAE THACKSTON, Bradenton, 2, Alpha Gam-
ma Delta . . . ERNEST C. THOMPSON, Shifley, Ark., 3 . . .
JEAN THOMPSON, Tampa, 1, Kappa Delta . . . JEAN DE
LOIS THOMPSON, Fernandina Beach, 3, Delta Zeta . . .
JOSEPH JOINVILLE THOMPSON, Tallahassee, 3 . . .
ROW FIVE: MARYL AUDELLE THOMPSON, Lake Wales,
1, Gamma Phi Beta . . . JOAN BLANCHE THOMSON, Crystal
Beach, 2 HELEN PATRICIA THORNTON, Pensacola, 3,
Alpha Gamma Delta . . . LINDA DEE THURSTON, Miami, 1
. . . REX WALLACE TIDWELL, Cantonment, 2 . VIRGINIA
LEE TILLMAN, Lakeland, 2, Chi Omega . . . G. CHRISTINE
TINDALE, Tampa, 1 ... 0. CLANCY TINKER, Coca, Beach, 1.
ALICE JEAN TURNER, Ocala, 1
TURNER, Trenton, 1, Zeta Tau Alpha
Ocala, 1, Delta Delta Delta . . .
JUDY FAE TURNER,
ROW EIGHT: MARGARET ANN TURNER, Bradenton Beach,
1 . . . ORAN LLOYD TURNER, Tallahassee, 3, Kappa Alpha
. . . JACKIE TYLER, Jacksonville, 1 . . . RACHEL LOUISE
TYLER, Miami Springs, 1 . . LEONARD S. TYLKA, Arrow,
Ohio, 2, Lambda Chi Alpha . . . EMILY B. UMSTEAD, Tampa,
2 . . . ROBERT LEE UMSTEAD, Tampa, 3 . . . MARILYN
DAWN UNDERHILL, Melbourne, 1 . . .
ROW NINE: SONDRA SUE UNDERWOOD, Ozona, 1, Delta
Zeta . . . DONNA LEE UPTHEGROVE, Canal Point, 1 . . .
CHARLENE B. UPTON, Vernon, 3 . . EDITH SHARLENE
URA, Lakeland, 2 . . PATRICIA VAN HYNING, Clearwater,
3 . . . RONALD DELANO VEAL, Venice, 1 . . . ANNE B.
VERRAN, Cairo, Ga., 3 . ROGER GORDON VILLARS, Pan-
ama City, 3, Phi Kappa Tau . . .
ROW TEN: DELANE VINCENT, Coral Gables, 2, Delta Gam-
ma .. . META VIOHL, Charleston, S. C, 3 . . . MIRIAM
ELIZABETH WADDELL, St Petersburg, 3 . . ELEONORE IDA
WAIBEL, St Petersburg, 2 . . THEODORE E. WALDEN,
Clarksville, 3 . . . JESSIE FRANCES WALKER, St. Petersburg, 2
. . . MOLLIE WALKER, Barnesville, Ga., 3, Phi Mu . . . NAT
R. WALKER, Tallahassee, 3 . . .
ROW ELEVEN: JANE D. WALLACE, Temple Terrace, Tam-
pa, 2, Phi Mu . . . MARTHA ANN WALLACE, Miami, 3 . . .
JOLYN L. WARD, Ft. Lauderdale, I . . . LAURIE ANNETTE
WARD, Port St. Joe, I . . . OLIVIA MURRAY WARLEY, Char-
lotte, N. C, 1 . . . LINDA LEE WARNER, Tampa, 1 . . .
PATRICIA LOU WARNER, Lakeland, 2, Alpha Omicron Pi . . .
SYLVIA ANN WARREN, Wauchula, 3, Delta Zeta . . .
ROW SIX: SUSAN KAY TOLLE, Lakeland, 1 CHARLES
BENNETT TOLLESON, Jay, 1 .. . MARY LOUISE TOTH,
Tampa, 1 . . . MARY JAC TRAMMELL, Tallahassee, 1 . . .
GAIL TRAPNELL, Lyons, Ga., 1, Alpha Delta Pi . . . BAERBEL
URSULA TRAPP, St. Augustine, 2 . THURSA SUE TRAVIS,
Miami, 1 . . . NANCY RUTH TRIMBLE, Coral Gables, 1 . . .
ROW SEVEN: DAVID SAMUEL TROUP, Intercession City, 3,
Phi Kappa Tau . . . SARA TUBB, Amory, Miss., 3 . . . TAM-
ARA RUTH TUCKER, Atlanta, Ga., 1 , Phi Mu . . . JAMES
PAUL TUFANO, New Britain, Conn., 2, Tau Kappa Epsilon
. . . ALICE C. TURNBULL, Tallahassee, 2, Sigma Kappa . . .
Williams, J .
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ROW ONE: BETTY JO WATFORD, Malone, 3 . . . CLYDE
ELIZABETH WATFORD, Greenwood, I . . . BARBARA ANN
WATSON, Pensacola, 2, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . ANN WEAR,
Lakeland, 1, Pi Beta Phi . . . EDWARD FRANK WEATHERBY,
Juno, 3 . . . MARY ANN WEAVER, Bristol, 1 . . . ROBERT
DAVID WEBER, Charleston, 1, Phi Delta Theta . . . KATH-
LEEN BLANCHE WEEKS, Panama City, 1 . . .
LYNNE WISENER, West Palm Beach, 3 . . . EDITH ESTELLE
WITHERSPOON, Daytona Beach, 3 . . PATRICIA ANN
WITMAN, St. Petersburg, 3 . . . JOHANNA LEE WOFFORD,
Miami, 1, Delta Zeta . . . ROBERT WOLFENBARGER, Home-
stead, 3, Delta Tau Delta . . .
ROW TWO: NORA EARLENE WELCH, Tallahassee, 1, Alpha
Delta Pi . . HARRIET JACQUELYN WELLS, Jasper, 2 . . .
PATRICIA BERRY WELLS, Mount Dora, 1, Alpha Xi Delta . . .
ANN WELSH, Pompano Beach, 2, Delta Zeta . . . LOU ANN
WESLEY, Tallahassee, 1, Alpha Gamma Delta . . . LESTER
CURTIS WESTBROOK, St Augustine, 1 . . . D. REBEKAH
WESTER, Grand Ridge, 2 . . ELAINE FRANKIE WETZEL,
Orlando, 1 . . .
ROW EIGHT: NANCY JEAN WOMER, Williston, 2 . . .
SHEILA MARIE WOOD, Hialeah, 2 . . . BETTY JEAN WOOD-
HAM, Chipley, 2, Aloha Omicron Pi . . . ELIZABETH MIZELLE
WOODRUFF, Sanford, 1, Pi Beta Phi . . . RALPH RAPHAEL
WOODRUFF, Key West, 2 . . WILLIAM ANDY WOOLING-
TON, Jacksonville, 3 . . . EMMA JEAN WORLEY, Lake Placid,
2, Alpha Chi Omega . . . HENRY C. WORTMAN, Albany, Ga.,
1 , Sigma Nu . . .
ROW THREE: EMILY ELIZABETH WHALEN, Jacksonville,
1 . . . KAY LIND WHALEY, Rockledge, 1 . . CAROL ANN
WHEATLEY, Miami, 1 . . . GINNY WHITE, Tampa, 2, Kappa
Alpha Theta . . . NANCY JANE WHITE, Miami, 3, Alpha
Omicorn Pi . . . MARGARET ANN WHITEHEAD, Tallahassee,
2 WILLIAM ALBERT WHITESIDE, Tallahassee, 3 . . .
ROBERT PAUL C. WHITTIER, Vero Beach, 3, Kappa Sigma.
ROW NINE: BOBBIE JEAN WRIGHT, Miami, 1, Alpha Chi
Omega . . . MARY ANN WRIGHT, Sanford, 1, Delta Delta
Delta WILLIAM WARREN WRIGHT, St. Petersburg, 2
. . . DORAINE BARBARA WROBLEWSKI, Miami, ] . . .
MARGARET ANN WUNDERLICH, Dallas, Texas, 2, Pi Beta
Phi . . . JANE WYLIE, West Palm Beach, 3 . . . MARALYN
B. WYNN, Tampa, 3 . . PENNY YEAGER, Sebring, 3 . . .
ROW FOUR: NATALIE WHITTLE, Jacksonville, 1, Alpha Xi
Delta . . JUDI MARY WIEST, Aurora, III , 1 . . . JACQUE-
LIN M. WIGGIN, St. Petersburg, 3 . . . PAT WILDER, Port St.
Jo, 2 . . . ROBERT C. WILDER, Inverness, 1 . . . EDITH
RACHEL WILKINSON, Panama City, 2 . . MARY ELIZA-
BETH WILKINSON, Punta Gorda, 1, Delta Gamma . . . MARY
JANE WILL, Calgary, Alberta, Canada, 1 . . .
ROW TEN: MARY LOU YEARTY, Gulf Hammock, 3 . . .
CONSTANCE IRENE YEATON, Jacksonville, 2 ... LEE CAL-
VIN YEOMANS, Crystal River, 1 . . . ANN YON, Tallahassee,
1 . . . MARILYN KAY YODER, Sarasota, I . . . JOSEPHINE
YDE, Leesburg, 1, Delta Delta Delta ... P. YUDHASASTRA-
KOSOL, Bangkok, Thailand, 2 . . . PATRICIA ANN ZECH,
Miami, 3 . . .
ROW FIVE: C. THOMAS WILLARD, Havertown, Pa., 2,
Sigma Chi . . . ANGELA WILLIAMS, Warner-Robins, Ga., 1
. . . ANN HUGHES WILLIAMS, St. Petersburg, 1, Kappa Alpha
Theta . . . BENJAMIN HOLMES WILLIAMS, Live Oak, 1 . . .
EMORY OTTO WILLIAMS, JR., Pensacola, 3, Sigma Nu . . .
MARJORIE KENT WILLIAMS, Tallahassee, 1, Pi Beta Phi
. . . JUDY ELISE WILLIAMS, Columbus, Ga., 1, Alpha Delta
Pi . . NINA RUTH WILLIAMS, Griffin, Ga., 3 . . .
ROW ELEVEN: DOLORES LEE ZEILER, Pensacola, 2 . . .
WINONA A. ZIEL, Santa Rosa Beach, 3, Alpha Omicron Pi
. . . ALBERT JOSEPH ZYLA, Garfield, N. J., 2, Phi Kappa Tau.
ROW SIX: V. JEAN WILLIAMS, Griffin, Ga., 1 . . . MIL-
DRED ANNE WILLIS, Milton, 1 . . . BRENDA JEAN WILSON,
St. Petersburg, 1 . . . MARY ELINOR WILSON, Umatilla, 2
. . . PEGGY LOUISE WILSON, Orlando, 3, Delta Zeta . . .
SANDRA CELESTE WILSON, St Petersburg, 2 .. . SULA
PEARL WILSON, Cantonment, 3 . . . WILLIAM LEE WIN-
GATE, JR., Sylvester, Ga., 1 . . .
ROW SEVEN: NANCY LORAY WINGERTER, Miami, 3,
Gamma Phi Beta . . . SYLVIA MARIE WINTERSDORF, Yalaha,
1 .. . MARY ELIZABETH WISE, Tallahassee, 3 . . . PATTI
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miss f. s. u.
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Alpha Gamma Delta . . . West Palm Beach
. . . Junior
Pi Beta Phi . . . Jacksonville . . . Sophomore
Chi Omega . . . Tampa . .
Pi Beta Phi . . . Hampton, Virginia
. . . Freshman
Zeta Tau Alpha . . . Fort Lauderdale . . . Freshman
Delta Delta Delta . . . Citra . . . Freshman
Barbara Bishop, Delta Delta Delta
Military Ball Queen . . .
Linda Jones, Zeta Tau Alpha
IFC Queen . . . Miss Cymkana
Pat Starnes, Delta Delta Delta
West Hall Sweetheart
Beverly Laurent-, Chi Omega
Orange Bowl Princess
Ruth Shuman, Zeta Tau Alpha
Sigma Chi Derby Queen
fraternities . sororities
First row, left to right: Susie Tope, Kappa Delta; Jan Davis, Pi Beta Phi; Judy Burch, Alpha Delta Pi;
Irwin Weissenborn, Kappa Alpha Theta; Joan Coleman, Alpha Gamma Delta.
Second row: Charlotte Lucy, Delta Gamma; Ann Kelly, Zeta Tau Alpha; Marian Benson, Kappa Alpha
Theta, Dottie Sue Thompson, Alpha Chi Omega.
Third row: Suzie Fisher, Delta Delta Delta; Tina Gif ford, Phi Mu; Barbara Moore, Alpha Xi Delta;
Barbara Green, Alpha Omicron Pi, Ann Bohler, Alpha Chi Omega; Ann Welsh, Delta Zeta; Ann
Markham, Sigma Kappa.
The Panhellenic Council is composed of representatives from the sixteen sororities on campus and functions as
a governing body for all sorority activities. The goal of the council is to foster cooperation among sororities in work-
ing toward the maintenance of college ideals and standards.
The primary social function of the council is the annual Panhellenic Weekend, topped off by the Christmas
Officers for the year were president, Marion Benson, Kappa Alpha Theta: secretary, Ann Kelly, Zeta Tau
Alpha, treasurer, Charlotte Lucy, Delta Zeta.
Panhel electricians prepare for Xmas dance
Inter-Fraternity Council is composed of
representatives of the fifteen national fra-
ternities on the Florida State campus. To-
gether they act as a governing body among
In the Spring, IFC has its annual week-
edn which includes a banquet, group meet-
ings for the officers, and sports events in
which all fraternities compete. Climaxing
the weekend activities is the formal dance
at which the new IFC queen and court are
Officers for the year were: president,
John Ware, Lambda Chi Alpha; vice presi-
dent, Ray Hemann, Phi Kappa Tau; secre-
tary, Paul Ort, Phi Delta Theta ; treasurer,
Jim Nettles, Pi Kappa Phi.
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It's mood time at IFC annual formal
Left to right: Bobby Temple, Sigma Chi, Ron Twitty, Theta Chi; Ray Hemann, Phi Kappa Tau, Nathaniel Ragland, Kappa Sigma; Robert Porter, Kappa Alpha;
James Davis, Lambda Chi, John Morns. Alpha Tau Omega, Miles T. Dean, Fraternity Counselor; John Ware, Lambda Chi Alpha; Harold Lambert, Delta Tau
Delta; Wayland Elam, Sigma Phi Epsilon, James Nettles, Pi Kappa Phi; Paul Ort, Phi Delta Theta, Charlie Ward, Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Richard Bennett,
Pi Kappa Alpha; Don Schwartz, Tau Epsilcn Phi; Jim Parkhurst, Sigma Nu.
President, Dot tie Sue Thompson.
DOTTIE SUE THOMPSON President
NAN HENLEY First Vice President
BARBARA JEFFRIES Second Vice President
CARSON EDWARDS Secretary
KATHRYN PARKER Treasurer
alpha chi omega
The Alpha Chi's moved into their big new house on Park Avenue. The
house was formally christened in October, at a dedication ceremony presided
over by the national president.
The AXO's help cerebral palsy victims as part of their national altruistic
project In addition to financial help, the girls also make and distribute toys
for stricken children.
Social highlight of the year is the Carnation Ball, a part of the annual
Weekend. Traditional uniform for the dance is white formal and red carna-
tion. The chapter also gave a Christmas party for the Tallahassee alums.
During their first Homecoming with a house to decorate, the girls used a
total of 86,000 paper napkins on the house and float decorations. Half of
these were used on the house alone.
Calendar of special events: the pledges' goat-watching episode . . . the
dressed-up house meeting . . . the informal christening of the house — the first
night the girls moved in, someone planted a sprinkler hose on the front porch.
You better believe it: "you wonder where the yellow went" . . . the
Alpha Chi pledges really do like oysters.
Jackie Allen, Frances Bailey, Lois Baker, Nettie Black, Ann Bohler, Jeri Bradfield,
Bobbie Cantor, Carole Dailey, Susan Dalhouse, Carson Edwards, Mary Jo Githens,
Louise Graham, Maxine Hannon, Nan Henley, Betty Hodges, Anne Holcombe, Mary-
Ethel Ingram, Barbara Jefferies, Mary Lane Johnson, Fran Kovas, Anita Maduros,
Gretchen Oetjen, Kathryn Parker, Doris Pulliam, Carolyn Riley, Sue Strock, Kay
Taylor, Dottie Sue Thompson, Ada Leigh Wall
Alice Faye Adair, Janice Loise Anderson, Harriet Katherine Adams, Margaret P.
Balliett, Barbara Baumgartner, Sandra Kay Calvin, Lynnie Kate Cavin, Joy Maxine
Cole, Martha Costin, Barbara Ann Curtis, Ann Drunagel, June Dunn, Janet Ruth Entz,
Merry June Jackson, Janet Jacob, Jean Jacob, Nancy Jones, Carolyn Logue, Sue
Massey, Gayle Mays, Julie McKenzie, Susan Miller, Barbara Lee Smith, Mary Strick-
land, Sylvia Ann Ward, Cynthia Woolson, Emma Jean Worley, Bobbie Jean Wright
Alpha Chi Omega House.
Put another nickel in.
And we all had a Merry Christmas.
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President, Janie Pasquarello.
JANE PASQUARELLO President
SANDRA MOORE Vice President
JEANETTE McLENDON Secretary
NANCY DVORAK Treasurer
alpha delta pi
The girls from the big house with the columns and the fire escape get
around — two are in Tarpon, three in Circus, and four in Village Vamps. An
ADPi was also runnerup in the Miss Gymkana contest.
Ain't it a shame: the ADPi's are haunted by the man in the green Hudson
. . . some most happy fella used the big curved driveway for a drag strip-
drove his Jag right up to the front steps.
Believe it or don't dept. : seven pledges came back from Christmas vaca-
tion with engagement rings . . . Mary and Betty Lou, the pj -wearing cookie-
raiders, got themselves caught — in the pantry . . . the Black Bullet is still
running — and how . . . "if it's Sexton's, it's got to be good."
It has been known to happen: midnight rendezvous on the fire escape . . .
songs on the radio dedicated to the ADPi's from the Green Hornet . . . bridge
for twenty-four hours a day ... an ADPi float in the Inaugural Parade
Two stories: one night the Sigma Nu Dog came over for dinner. He was
well-behaved, well-received, and well-fed. Moral: what's wrong with a
Janie was always late after a date. One night Janie was so late that a
friend threw a blanket out the window and said "Camp out 1 " Morals: Janie
didn't. I ]
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Anita Anderson, Patricia Bastine, Nencie Bevan, Christine Bryan, Judy Burch, JoAnn
Bynum, Kay Conner, Sally Ann Davenport, Emma Dexter, Mary Dupree, Nancy
Dvorak, Gay Elwes, Ann Faircloth, Ruth Hamner, Judy Hargrove, Beth Hooks,
Patricia Houser, Kitty Kilner, Betty Lou King, Sarah Alice McKethan, Jeannette
McLendon, Mary Milstead, June Mixon, Sandra Moore, Janie Pasquarello, Bobbie
Plummer, Mary Ann Riley, Denny Rourk, Serena Schad, Leewood Shaw, Billie Stokes,
Joe Anne Suber, Alice Sullivan
Lynn Brinson, Vangie Carruthers, Laurabee Culbreath, Suzanne Edwards, Leslie
Frazier, Cynthia Green, Mary Hill Grubbs, Sandra Guest, Patty Hackett, Claudia Jean
Hill, Eleanor Hughes, Martha Ann Johnson, Carol Lee Koch, Susan Korst, Cenevive
Malhers, Jane Megahee, Helen Mickler, Jean Ragans, Gay Rice, Judi Satterfield,
Gail Trapnell, Joan Tyson, Joan Vincenti, Earline Welch, Dianne Williams, Judy
Williams, Helen Woodbery, Donna Wrobcl
Alpha Delta Pi House.
Lav that cannon down, Ma!
Save those eggs — we'll need them for breakfast!
President, Lou Griffin.
LOU GRIFFIN President
JOAN CUNNINGHAM First Vice President
BARBARA AY ALA Second Vice President
SUE BRUNSON Secretary
DOT JOB Treasurer
alpha gamma delta
The Alpha Gams walked away with the scholarship trophy for the fifth
straight semester with a booming 2.9 average — once more and it's a permanent
fixture. With the Phi Delts, they sponsored FSU's Grand Prix — the Soapbox
Derby, good for many laughs and many dollars for Campus Chest. The house
with the missing Delta took second place in Homecoming house decorations.
In June, FSU's Gamma Beta chapter was hostess for a three-day province
convention — 85 Alpha Gams from the southeastern states were shown the
welcome mat. Three Alpha Gams were picked for Who's Who . . . several
had leading parts in campus dramatic productions ... the chapter boasts the
only undergraduate Phi Beta Kappa member on campus — has Evelyn heard
about "The $64,000 Question," youalP
Statistics: Alpha Gams claim the largest chapter on campus — some 75
strong . . . also Mother Rose Gilliland, who has served as housemother for 28
years — any challengers?
Flash: the "Delta" above the door, missing lo these two years, has been
replaced — the girls tired of playing Joe Friday and ordered a new one.
Can't-you-just-see-it dept. : 75 Alpha Gams chanting "twice as many
filter traps" on a TV commercial--seems that two girls at the house are
Viceroy distributors, and you can't find another brand of weed on the place . . .
attention, Viceroy company.
Barbara Ayala, Ruby Jean Barker, Mary Sue Barnette, Jackie Bird, Carolyn Bolt,
Mary Rebecca Bowen, Sue Brunson, Ann Bullock, Sally Lou Carlson, Joan Cunning-
ham, Beverly Davis, Nell Davis, Barbara Emmett, Martha Frazier, Betty Jean Gadd,
Derryl Grace, Ann Gates, June Grant, Doris Gregory, Lou Griffen, Stephanie Gunder-
son, Elinor Hager, Jackie Hailey, Pat Hartness, Sylvia Hommer, Dot Job, Ruth
Johnson, Kay Jordan, Sylvia Kearson, Barbara Keesler, Mary Ann Lassiter, Marie
Locker, Beverly Mackenzie, Sara Mann, Shirley Metz, Evelyn Moll, Gary McAteer,
Jo Ellen McKnight, Emily Phillips, Carmine Ranieri, Doris Rogers Roberds, Ellen Rowe,
Beverly Russell, Arlene Sargent, Suzie Saunders, Patsy Schulstad, Joan Shearouse,
Rae Sheldon, Mary Ann Smith, Pat Thornton, Barbara Watson, Beverly Whitley,
Sally Jane Williams
Mary Alford, Nancy Bivens, Mary Robbins Bowen, Judy Bunting, Dianne Davis,
Yvonne Davis, Lorna Elder, Carolyn Griffin, Pat Hollins, Rhoda Howe, Emiley Jopling,
Betty Anne Kuhn, Donna Leto, Fedora Lewis, Marian Mahannah, Helen Moore,
Kathy Power, Bunny Swanson, Barbara Thackston, Marie Vogel, Lou Ann Wesley
Alpha Gamma Delta House.
What was that name again ;
Only a rose?
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President, Mary Catherine Casey.
MARY CATHERINE CASEY President
SUE ROGERS Vice President
GERRY LEHNER Recording Secretary
GLORIA MELTZER Treasurer
alpha omicron pi
The AOPi's are plagued by those things called classes, but they manage
not to let such trivial matters interfere with their college education In spite
of study hall, they find time for projects and pranks and parties at the
The girls are working overtime at rush this year — fraternity rush, that
is — doing the hostess chores for three of their neighbors. A grateful group
even sent a dozen roses to one blond helper, name of Pat. The presidents of
Gymnastica and the Newman Club are AOPi's . . . and so is the reigning queen
of Delta Tau Delta.
Historic institutions dept. : the Poetry Society — a poem a week — "hush
hush hush we must rush" . . . the pledge who reads "True Story" . . . frarority
meetings in the Sweet Shop . . . Irma Crankshaft . . the cat who sleeps on
the fire escape ... the Delta Eta Club — "are you on the list?" ... the Bush
Apes . . . the "Four-date Rule Blues" . . . the girls upstairs who play jacks all
the time . . . two Kappa Sigs who always seem to know when there's lemon
pie for dessert.
We won't forget: rushing out to meet the mailman . . . the silent supper
. . . studying in the attic . . . Dead Week and the pillow-footed elephant . . .
Rita's beau and "Home on the Range."
Priscilla Barnes, Ella Jo Bilinski, Linda Brinkley, Doris Casbon, Mary Catherine Casey,
Sandra Champlin, Carolyn Davis, Elizabeth Dell, Yvonne De Vane, Laura Eiler
Annette Fountain, Patricia Fury, Gayle Gardner, Barbara Greene, Sue Guilford.
Martha Hall, Sandra Hancock, Shirley Harris, Nancy Hudgins, Roberta Kienzel,
Barbara King, Lois Kuster, Patricia Leiman, Gerry Lehner, Ann McConnel, Gloria
Meltzer, Rita Nelms, Angie Rose Polermo, Shirley Paonessa, Jay Parcell, Hope
Rachels, Sue Rogers, Lynn Shirley, Gretchen Thompson, Patricia Warner, Nancy White,
Charlotte Wilson, Betty Jean Woodham, Joan Woods, Dixie Works, Winona Zeil
Mary Barnette, Sharon Blumer, Roxanne Brown, Barbara Jean Burks, Barbara Jean
Card, Valarie Chase, Jackie De Shazo, Jeanel Fordyce, Meg Greene, Joyce Jolly.
Dagmar Jones, Carol Leap, Lucille Martin, Jeannie Meadows, Charlotte Maxwell,
Yancy Murray, Peggy Nelson, Jonnie Pippin, Carol Shick, Delores Shilling, Ruth
Skacil, Jo Ann Smith, Martha Stewart
Alpha Omicron Pi House.
Is that indelible ink?
Let's all go to the races!
President, Nancy Cubbon.
NANCY CUBBON President
BARBARA HUGHES MOORE Vice President
CAROL KEELS Secretary-Treasurer
JAN KAMINIS Rush Chairman
alpha xi delta
The Alpha Xi's, rising from twelfth to second place, received the award
for most improvement in sorority scholastic competition. In other campus
activities, the chapter placed third in both the Sigma Chi Derby and the Soap-
The chapter won top national honors in a subscription-selling contest
which is staged for the benefit of an Alpha Xi charity.
Alpha Xi has two members in Mortar Board, six in Garnet Key, and two
girls in Mortified, including the right honorable Czar. Anelou Johnson was a
finalist in the Miss Football contest — and Marjorie Tindell was chosen as
Best Actress of the Year at FSU for her parts in speech department
Big moment of the social season is the Rose Formal, a part of the yearly
Weekend in February.
Innovation: the Alpha Xi's don't throw people in the shower anymore —
they give 'em the dirty bathtub treatment.
Congratulations: to Matt the master chef for his picture of Ava Gardner
... to the lovely members of the Beta Beta chapter of Omicron Mu.
Portrait gallery: Stephanie's back door caller . . . the man in the tree . . .
Natalie and her nine frat pledge pins . . . Nancy and Louise, who have an
autographed picture of Liberace . Merline the elephant-washer . . . Nancy,
the Santa Claus who lost his trousers . . . ROTPOP, whoever that is . . . Patsy,
the girl who swung on the fire escape.
Charlotte Abney, Mary Jane Albert, Clare Bevis, Willa Bird, Linda Broderick, Vieva
Bryan, Claudette Carley, Sandra Colley, Nancy Cubbon, Dorothy Emmett, Barbara
H. Evans, Barbara S. Evans, Lois Griedman, Barbara Hammer, Eleanor Irvin, Jan
Kaminis, Marguerite Katsch, Carol Keels, Joanne Kelz, Myra Anne Lay, Sara Lou
McMillin, Suzy McRoberts, Maria Messer, Barbara Moore, Wanda Owen, Louise
Petering, Stephanie Powell, Gerry Puryear, Elinor Reed, Connie Rodabaugh, Joyce
Scarborough, Joyce Sims, Madge Strain, Margie Tindell, Doreen Thomas, Betsy
Voorhees, June Watson, Celeste Webb, Beverly Welch, Joy Wilkins, Mary Page
Williams, Patsy Wyatt
Patricia Allen, Roberta Ashmore, Betty Jean Atkinson, Carolyn Bell, Jackie Boyd,
Mary Crawford, Maureen Dickson, Molly George, Nita Gomez, Sandra Gipson, Audrey
Grant, Sally Highnam, Airelou Johnson, Merlene Johnson, Gail King
Alpha Xi Delta House.
Come on, you can have your picture made too!
Weekly paper reading session.
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President, Martha Grizzard.
MARTHA GRIZZARD President
GINGER SMITH Vice President
NANCY JOHNSON Secretary
BARBARA McCARTNEY Treasurer
Dreams came true for the Chi Omegas this year — thanks to a monu-
mental job by alumni, actives and architect. After too many years of working
and waiting, they moved into their new house on Jefferson Street. The
interior is done in muted tones of the sorority colors, cardinal and straw, and
furnished in modern functional style.
The Chi O's stimulate sorority scholarship with an annual award for the
highest academic average among the Greeks. They seem a good bid to win
their own trophy this year, with a fine start by their pledge class — almost half
the pledges made the magic three-point mark.
Alumni were surprised this year with a unique Weekend. The actives
moved out of the new house and alums were invited to spend the weekend, in
appreciation for the part they played in its building.
One balmy night, the girls lined the second floor balcony for a fraternity
serenade — and were promptly met by a stream of very wet water issuing
from a hose wielded by the boys.
Usually reigned over by the wise old owl, Chi land was once invaded
by a bird of another color. Girls were gathered in the rec room, talking,
studying, talking, playing bridge, talking — the front door opened, the veep
went to investigate. Lo and behold, the Chi house had been goosed'
Fraternity friends had planted a gigantic goose plunk in the middle of the
entrance hall. The goose had evidently not been housebroken — and the
pledges were treated with a cleanup party.
Jane Anderson, Mary Lou Anderson, Mary Margaret Andrews, Rodney Bishop, Elaine
Brewton, Barbara Christman, Jan Davis, Astrid Douglass, Joanne Fossey, Nancy
Fowler, Martha Grizzard, Jan Hinson, Elise Humphrey, Madeline Johnson, Mary Jane
Johnson, Nancy Johnson, Diane Kagen, Ann Key, Phyllis Longford, Beverly Laurent,
Jane Lawrence, Ann Lazonby, Barbara McCartney, Ann McConnico, Mary Helen
McCord, Alice McDonald, Julie Moody, Jinny Pepper, Anne Printup, Sandra Rhodes,
Betsy Robertson, Verna Lee Robertson, Mary Virginia Sale, Love Scarborough, Ginger
Smith, Pat Smith, Bonnie Tapley, Allison Templeman, Mary Sue Thomas, Jane
Trimble, Patty Walker, JoAda Williams, Lolly Yeager
Kittie Rae Brown, Judy Bryson, Lynn Canaday, Marion Clarke, Corinne Collins,
Martha Douglass, Toni Hager, Lyn Hall, Joan Haugabook, Pat Hendry, Kay Hufford,
Emily Johnson, Karen Kane, Betty Lovan, Meredith Martin, Barbara Patton, Judy
Ramsey, Rochelle Reynolds, Cheryl Rose, Sally Snare, Lea Starry, Margaret Thomas,
Ted Thomas, Sarah Jane Upp, Mary Jane Ward, Bess Weller, Mary Louise White
Chi Omega House.
Who's entertaining whom?
May we come up?
Johnson, M. J.
Robertson, V. L.
Thomas, M. S.
delta delta delta
President, Margaret Dellinger.
MARGARET DELLINGER President
JANE SOPER Vice President
MATILDE HUME Secretary
SARA CONNELL Treasurer
Chapter projects included an Easter party for children of alumni, a
Christmas party for Negro children, and the awarding of a yearly scholarship
to an FSU student.
A formal dinner, with a program by the alums, commemorated the
founding of Delta Delta Delta in 1888.
Two Tri Delts, Carolyn Close and Jane Soper, were chosen for Who's
Who in American Colleges and Universities.
Tn Delt Barbara Bishop was elected Miss Football. Barbara's picture
will be used on brochures and other material publicizing the football team.
Carol Ann Brown was chosen as Campus Chest Queen and SAE Sweetheart.
It must be rough dept. : Stu Gregory, SAE prez, was elected the Tri
Delt Man of the Year.
Booster: the Tri Delts' maid has a little girl named Delta Ann. Every
Christmas, this small namesake is dressed in silver, gold, and blue, the sorority
Chapter traditions: Brussels sprouts . . . Nurse Seamen, the educator . . .
the swinging senior party in the chapter room.
We could have done without: the midnight complainer . . . the midnight
phone calls . . . the two Sigma Chi's planning a party on the roof . . . the
Judy Allen, Gerry Anderson, Joy Auten, Mary Ann Benedict, Kitty Borland, Beverly
Brantley, Carol Ann Brown, Barbara Buckles, Ellen Catron, Carolyn Close, Mary Ann
Coleman, Sara Connell, Judy Dekle, Margaret Dellinger, Shirley Derting, Ann Dye,
Betty Ann Earl, Suzie Fisher, Ann Frick, Meredith Gingles, Judy Hardenburgh, Nants
Harvard, Elsa Heckendorf, Joan Hedrick, Dianne Henry, Jane Howard, Matilde Hume,
Shirley Ison, Jane Jennings, Sandra Jones, Louise Justice, Vickie Kirchman, Susan
Kirkconnell, June Lasseter, Loretta Lewis, Kay Moon, Mary Ann Parrish, Carol Roth,
Jean Ryerson, Shirley Seaman, Helen Sinclair, Jane Soper, Pat Starnes, Mysie Sur-
guine, Lucile Turnage, Alma Wandeck, Jean Wilson, Hester Wright, Peggy Wright
Barbara Bishop, Betty Brown, Sandy Burns, Sandra Calhoun, Sara Clardy, Lynn
Colley, Anne Connell, Anne Farr, Chris Fisher, Carleen Herrington, Annette Kent,
Reed Lewis, Kay MacLean, Betty Ann Montgomery, Charlotte Ott, Jackie Parker,
Mary Pittman, Patty Ryerson, Linda Sherman, Judy Turner, Mary Ann Wright, Jo Yde
Delta Delta Delta House.
She trumped her partner's ace!
Tri Delt three plus one.
Brown, C. A.
Wright, M. A.
President, Marion Ard.
MARION ARD President
SUE SHIVES First Vice President
CHARLlNA PIERCE Second Vice President
KATHY ERSKINE Secretary
The big news for the Delta Gams is the new house. Plans are just about
finished, and they hope to be able to move in around next September.
The DCs should add "two no trump" to their chapter insignia — they
went home with the Bridge Tournament trophy this year. They also brought
the most dads to campus on Dad's Day, and added that trophy to their
collection. In the Soapbox Derby, a Delta Gam was second to get the check-
For Campus Chest, the DG's joined the Pikes in sponsoring the Joe
College-Betty Coed contest. Students who are blind or partially blind are
helped by the Delta Gammas' sight conservation project. The girls read aloud
to these students, helping them with courses and with recreational reading.
For people who can't brush after every meal: ye olde pledges filched all
the actives' toothbrushes, packaged them neatly in a shoebox, and hid them
in a boy's car.
Where were you when the lights didn't come oni 3 : those same li'l ole
pledges snatched all the bulbs in the meeting room. Came chapter meeting,
and all the actives were left in the dark.
Most unforgettable character: Diane the naturalist, whose treasured
objets d'art include a squirrel hide, two cat hides, and one stuffed hawk.
Judy Abrams, Ann Lou Adam, Jane Allen, Jackie Altman, Marion Ard, Margaret Ann
Bollinger, Caryl Beal, Lois Buckholtz, Gail Byrd, Pat Byrd, Jane Chapman, Betty Jane
Cook, Kay Sue DeCubellis, Helen Dwelle, Kathy Erskine, Pat Freeman, Louise Gillespie,
Sallie Gladding, Margaret Gunter, DeAnn Guthrie, Pat Hill, Diana Holroyd, Betty
Faye Horner, Jane Lewis, Charlotte Lucy, Jane Maclntyre, Cora Ann Manning,
Barbara Mentzer, Pat Milford, Barbara Joy Mueller, Joan Nicholas, Dorothy O'Neil,
Pat Pellicer, Charlina Pierce, Sally Reed, Judy Rogers, Dianne Rowe, Sue Shives,
Sandra Smith, Bobbie Stang, Letitia Tamburino, Delane Vincent, Sylvia Willis
Sara Budd, Mary Beth Calhoun, Nancy Carson, Jane Dale, Jan Dawson, June Garrett,
Molly Gladding, Lillian Goodman, Peggi Gross, Kathy Hartung, Harriet Hiers, Pat
Hoffman, Betty Ingalls, Susan Knight, Carol Jo Lewis, Pat McCall, Mary Ann O'Don-
nell, Jane Powell, Mary Ann Reeder, Arlene Ritchie, Linda Thurston, Mary Liz
Delta Gamma House.
What's this game ?
On your mark, get set
Lewis, C. J.
President, Martha Sue Mizell.
MARTHA SUE MIZELL President
BETTY ANN POOL First Vice President
KATE RAMSEY Second Vice President
JUNE HAMILTON Secretary
CAROLE JOHNSON Treasurer
The Delta Zetas are happily finishing out the first year in their new
house. They moved in last April, and have been well pleased with the huge
Colonial style mansion.
One DZ was placed in Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities.
The chapter also boasts several members in campus honoraries, and supplies
talent for Circus. The girls of the Roman lamp are agile in the vocal field,
too — they've won the Campus Sing trophy for the last three years.
Something for the boys . . . beginning this year, the Delta Zetas are
sponsoring an annual tea for all the Homecoming Queen candidates. This
pageant takes place at the house, and is given, to quote the DZ's, "so that the
men on campus can meet the queen candidates and decide who they will vote
for." Such pretty politicians you never saw.
And then there was the case of the stolen teapot. The "teapot," which
the DZ's insist is really a Roman lamp, was an illuminated sign and was
fastened above the front door to greet visitors. One dark night the lamp
disappeared. The teapot finally turned up — express collect. Seems it had been
lifted by male creatures from a quaint hamlet name of Gainesville. Since,
friendly exchanges have been carried on — all collect.
Chris Atkins, Potty Brazil, Marty Bunker, Betty Jo Bush, Jamie Conner, Jean Cooper,
Kathy Davis, Ann Duncan, Sondra Golden, June Hamilton, Susan Helms, Polly
Heyward, Sara Hobbs, Mary Birdie Howard, Carol Lee Johnson, Susan Kelsey, Berta
Lambe, Patsy Lemons, Judith Linder, Beth McDonald, Martha McLeod, Martha Sue
Mizell, Sue Moseley, Evelyn Nettles, Kathy Parrish, Betty Ann Poole, Kate Ramsey,
Janet Randall, Reba Rehwinkel, Pat Robson, June Rodgers, Jane Rogers, Mary
Rohack, Carol Rule, Willa Schmidt, Betty Sheppard, Martha Marie Simmons, Amelia
Sinclair, Rosemary Stainback, Joan Strickland, Alyce Terry, Claudette Thackerson,
Jean Thompson, Sylvia Ann Warren, Ann Welsh, Peggy Wilson, Janet Wissman
Linda Arnow, Patsy Bagdanovitch, Helen Barberree, M. Joan Beranek, Patricia Ann
Burnash, Peggy Carlan, Sylvia Ham, Frances Hankinson, Pat Harper, Jan Janes,
Elaine Jones, Shelia Kennedy, Elizabeth Lees, Sandra McGlothlin, Suzanne Matzat,
Nancy Negus, Liz Parker, Betty Jean Price, Gretchen Rufly, Sherry Shultze, Delores
Stephens, Wilhelmina Stick, Jeannine Talley, Sondra Underwood, Johanna Wafford,
Delta Zeta House.
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President, Mary Frances Horn.
MARY FRANCES HORN President
PAT WILSON First Vice President
NANCY BETH HEACOCK Second Vice President
DOROTHY BANKER Secretary
PENNIE VINSON Treasurer
gamma phi beta
The sleek speedster, powerful pistons palpitating and a gorgeous Gamma
at the wheel, pulled into the pit after a record run of 412.2 miles per hour.
It really didn't, but that's the way the Gamma Phi's felt after their little mill
took first position in the Soapbox Derby. The chapter also ran, shrieked, and
scrambled their way to a second place prize in the Sigma Chi Derby.
Gamma Phi Beta has members in student government, dorm government,
Sigma Alpha lota, Tau Beta Sigma, and Cotillion. A dozen Gamma Phi's in
the circus include star performer Faye Moses.
Heard around the house: the cry of "Nursey!" early in the ayem . . .
"man your stations!"-- the rallying cry of the balcony brigade . . . said June,
when her chronically conking car conked — "Hurry — my car's sick and my
Occasions to forget: the modern dance sessions on Friday night . . . Dot
and Carol locked in the attic ... the time Nancy Beth's bed collapsed . . .
Jane's charm and grace lessons — she wants to learn how to curtsey to the
queen ... the scavenger hunt and the white rat . . .tacky parade through the
Phi Tau house ... the time the door almost caught on fire — who needs a new
house that bad?
These we salute: the nosy cat with the passkey . .
Beth, who hold long conversations — both sound asleep
gentlemen who are always around for Sunday dinner .
Santa Claus . . . Betty Sue's goldfish — they reproduced.
Nancy and Nancy
. . the select few
. Pat, the sagging
Patricia Baker, Dorothy Bancker, Barbara Brooks, Judith Coulter, Margaret Cox,
Carol Cross, Dorothy Dodd, Marjorie Ellzey, Caroline Emery, Sarah Dell Gibson, Betsy
Green, Shirley Hall, Nancy Beth Heacock, Nancy Herold, Mary Frances Horn, Betty
Anne King, June McCaskill, Faye Moses, Irene Rodriguez, Katherine Sanchez, Grace
Schmidtt, Phyllis Shaddick, Sylvia Smith, Carol Thatcher, Jo Thomas, Alita Tomlinson,
Pennie Vinson, Carol Wesley, Phyllis Wesner, Sylvia White, Patricia Wilson, Betty
Nancy Adams, Marion Baum, Sondra Binder, Bette Clow, Linda Dehner, Marjorie
Godbold, Barbara Ann Harrison, Kay Hudson, Bonnie Jean Jordon, Joyce Kicklighter,
Barbara Krogland, Lois Lieberman, Patricia Palm, Lisa Redd, Connie St. John,
Barbara Stoutamire, Meryl Thompson, Gail Waterman, Nancy Wingerter
Gamma Phi Beta House.
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Gamma Phi's gather 'round Pearly Gates.
She didn't know she'd win!
President, Florence Ashby.
FLORENCE ASHBY President
JUNE McMANUS Vice President
MARY CARGILL Secretary
MITZI McCULLOUGH Treasurer
MARTHA GRANT Rush Chairman
kappa alpha theta
In the fall, the Thetas celebrated the crowning of Layte Bowden as
Homecoming Queen Thetas have also been chosen as SAE and Phi Delt
sweethearts, Gymkana princesses, and Homecoming Princess.
Three girls have been elected to Mortar Board — others are in Garnet Key,
Circus, Cotillion, Tarpon, and Village Vamps. Other individual honors include
Panhellenic president, dorm presidents, Judiciary chairman, and VV president.
Suzanne Lai ly spent the fall semester at Auburn, colonizing a Theta
chapter there. Then FSU's Beta Nu chapter traveled to Auburn to visit the
new chapter and to witness the installation ceremonies.
One of the Thetas' projects was the making of stuffed animals for their
national philanthropic project. Pledges sponsored a spaghetti supper complete
with atmosphere, and bought a TV set with the proceeds.
It happened here: the squawking Thetas, who have a passionate love of
chicken, earned themselves a steak supper by placing second in Campus Sing
... the wise pledges who cut study hall one night found themselves guests
at a 6 a.m. study party . . . the same pledges also stole letters and various
unmentionable items from the actives and auctioned them off at outrageous
prices . . . any Thetas seen wandering around campus lately with towel in
hand were not cracking up- -the boiler exploded and the Theta house was
without hot water for several days Beastly inconvenient, I promise you.
Snookie Amato, Flo Ashby, Joe Ann Bennett, Marion Benson, Barbara Bertolett, Layte
Bowden, Nancy Jo Bowers, Ann Bragdon, Torchy Briscoe, Carolyn Brown, Mary
Carg-lll, Laura Cheek, Shirley Davidson, Petey Dunn, Dee Entenza, Gina Francescon,
Martha Grant, Alice Guinand, Sue Gunderson, Barbara Hendrix, Donna Huggins,
Judy Jones, Nella Kelley, Jeani Kitchens, Barbara Jean Little, Mitzi McCullough,
June McManus, Nellie Manda, Julie Milam, Evie Morris, Nancy Muller, Patti
Murphy, Mary Louise Peacock, Beverly Perkins, Desse Pinckard, Mary Beth Roberts,
Linda Rollins, Sandra Rosenberg, Sandra Sears, Greta Sims, Jackie Stecker, Polly
Swain, Irwin Weissenborn
Liz Armes, Katherine Ball, Caryl Ann Bodine, Glenda Brown, Norma Brown, Kay
Desmond, Jean Enz, Betty Fernandez, Hattie Guerrant, Sue Haverstick, Julie Ingram,
Kay McCue, Patricia Malloy, Tudi Mason, Patty Mickler, Arva Moore, Dorothy
Morton, Timmie Perkins, Kay Ready, Beverly Sauls, Patsy Stearns, Maralyn Teare,
Karol Thompson, Ginny White, Ann Williams
Kapoa Alpha Theta House.
AND . . . they're off!
President, Shirley Morgan.
SH I RLEY MORGAN President
BENNIE JO COZART Vice President
DIANE LATIMER Secretary
MARTHA McGINNES Treasurer
The KD's acquired a new house at the beginning of the year. State Day
for the KD's, oldest sorority in the state with a chapter at FSU, was hostessed
by the KA chapter and featured a formal dedication of the new house.
Three KD's were tapped for Garnet Key . . . the chapter took second place
in the SK Variety Show . . placed a Princess in the Homecoming Court and
runnerup for SX Derby Queen . . . Mortar Board chose a Kappa Delta for
Plans for the new house didn't include a patio, so the girls raised the cash
and had one built — who did the work? An alum's husband . . . naturally.
On the lighter side: for a time the KD lawn sported a green-and-white
striped tree proclaiming "Haircuts — 35c"— courtesy of the Sigma Nu's.
How-can-we-forget dept. : the wild ride of Caroline, ramming her Soap-
box Special into a wall — wearing her glasses, yet . . . the basement full of
water at one o'clock on Monday morning . . . rendezvous — 35 KD's taking in
Gaspanlla together at Tampa . the annual spaghetti supper — candlelight
and good food — and well-earned pride in the new house . . . domestic doings
around the house, with everybody and her sister taking up sewing — no baby
things, they insisted.
Linda Arnold, Elaine Belvin, Patty Bruce, Bennie Jo Cozart, Jo Anne Cundiff, Hope
Davis, Carolyn Evans, Betty Sue Graham, Hepsy Greer, Ruth Harvard, Frances Ann
Hearn, Margaret Hearn, Mary Rose Heintz, Gail Hicks, Majel Hinson, Carolyn Holder,
Lucia Nell Hopkins, Emilie Hudson, Diane Kern, Nancy Key, Deloras Lafferty, Diane
Latimer, Jean MacLeod, Martha McGinnes, Patty Marley, Marilyn Mason, Lucille
Massey, Shirley Morgan, Anne Munroe, Marsha Myrick, Elise Newberry, Kay Nielsen,
Martha Pate, Shirleen Sasser, Diane Steagall, Joan Stecker, Sandra Stewart, Mimi
Stokes, Mary Lou Surher, Susie Tope, Frances Townley, Susie Tyler, Mary Wells,
Jennie Lind Williams, Ruth Williams
Rhoda Arnold, Barbara Bryson, Judy Chambliss, Polly Clarke, Mary Jane Cooley,
Mary Louise Edwards, Nancy Lou Fraleigh, Janey Getzen, Ginger Graham, Kay Hall
Marilyn Harris, Julie Ingram, Jane Kelly, Kay Latimer, Geoffrey Lee, Kay Lloyd,
Gail McPherson, Mary Lynn Patterson, Anne Perez, Aurelia Pitts, Gail Roberts,
Beverly Rogero, Patti Rae Shepard, Joy Taylor, Jean Thompson, Mary Jane Will
Kappa Delta House.
President, Carlyen Rhodes.
CARLYEN RHODES President
DOROTHY WALLING Vice President
FLEETA WEST Secretary
LISA RENO Treasurer
The gnn-and-bear-it's of Jefferson Street made theater history, winning
the Sigma Kappa Variety Show trophy with a satire on Hamlet that was evi-
dently caviar to the judges — though some say poor Will must still be turning
over in his grave. The same week, Phi Mu added the APO Ugly Woman trophy
to the mantel. Ugly Woman Nancy, ironically enough, has been entered in
many bona fide beauty contests.
For community service, Phi Mu maintains a toy cart at Tallahassee
Memorial Hospital, and distributes food baskets at Thanksgiving and Easter.
The Alpha Epsilon chapter sent twelve girls to the national convention, a
larger delegation than any other state.
Around the house: the procession of signs on the lawn, including "We
Give S&H Green Stamps" . . . the tap dance lessons during study hall . . . the
case of the stolen green jello . . . "The Ouija board never lies" . . . Black
Night . . . autographs for the Delts . . . bean salad . . . the wrestling match in
the living room . . . little Edie has lost her Tuesdays and doesn't know where
to find them . . . the Snake Club . . the nightly floor show in rooms 7 and 6
performances start after eleven
."let's go to class — o!
Angela Ambrosini. B J. Atkinson, Marilyn Bostwick, Joan Braden, Charlotte Curry, Helen Deen, Beth
Elvery, Faye English, Nancy Ferguson, Tina Giftord, Edyth Hampton, Jean Harrison, Sandy Ingram, Gynelle
Johnson, Suzanne Keeffe, Anne Lamb, Lucy Langston, Ardis Liddon, Marilyn Madonia, Sueanne Maxwell,
Susan Murphy. Mary Oliver, Penny Penningtcn, Trudie Perry, Sharon Poyser, Anne Preston, Jeanette
Puckett, Lisa Reno, Carlyen Rhodes, Barbara Roberson, Nancy Rountree, Pat Sexton, Annetta Spruell,
Elinor Thompson, Patty Tucker, Mollie Walker, Dorothy Walling, Caroline Watt, Fleeta West
Pam Baylor, Karen Belcher, Patricia Berry, Carole Briner, Harriet Brinkley, Charlotte Campbell, Nona
Carpenter, Clanre Cook, Miriam Cowart. Sybil Griffin, Jean Hunter, Isabel Johnson, Athena Kapnias,
Jayne Keuling, Julie Leonard, Mary Anne Marchesseau, Jane Morris, Frances Neeley, Chloe Perry, Judy
Randle, Janet Tanner, Tamara Tucker, Beverly Voss, Jane Wallace, Sally Whisenant
Phi Mu House.
Would Shakespeare claim this?
Honorable thought, Honorable Mention.
pi beta phi
President, Ruth Ann Whittle.
RUTH ANN WHITTLE President
JEAN TEDDER Vice President
KATY LINDLEY Secretary
PATSY STEWART Treasurer
Well-rounded is the word for the Pi Phi's this year — these busy little
Betas of Florida were all over. Village Vamps and the Student Religious
Association have Pi Phi's for presidents . . . West Hall, Sigma Chi and the
ATO's all chose Pi Phi girls for their sweethearts . . . and girls of the golden
arrow occupy a Soph Hop throne, three Senate seats, and an Honor Court
Not satisfied with beauty and brains, the Pi Phi's turned athletic and
added the volleyball and bowling championships to their record . . . their grave
and grisly float took second prize in the Homecoming parade, and the house
won top honors.
Pi Phi projects included sponsorship of the campus Bridge Tournament and
Christmas and Easter parties for underprivileged children.
Will-we-ever-forget dept. : Tacky Night, for the sole purpose of deflating
pledges . . . the gallant efforts of the Glamourous Gluttons . . . the contents
of the peanut brittle can . , . Glenda the good fairy godmother . . . hi-fi dinner
music by the misty Miss Christy . Tedder and her daily newscasts . . . the
Best Hostess award presented to Jeanne . . . the worked-for thrill of winning
Sarah Boone, Nancy Anne Browne, Lou Ann Burkhim, Nancy Camp, Frances Carey, Nan Chamberlain, Sherry
Cobb, Sally Coulter, lane Davis, Marion Davis, Ramelle Ellis, Sue Fain, Mary Ellen Fmley, Nancy Fogo,
Jeanette Garrett, Ann George, Becky Glass, Dorothy Goodwin, Sarah Jane Griffin, Mary Anne Hannah,
Gail Hanshaw, Betty Hatton, Jean Havden. DeAnne Head, Janice Jarrett, Gloria Johnson, Cynthia
Lawrence, Dale Leary, Katy Lindley, Jeane Magill, Jean May, Prise ilia Moss, Chris Parmalee, Charlotte
Patten, Phyllis Patten, Nancy Person, Betty Prather, Glenda Sherrill, Nancy Space, Eleanor Swealt, Patsy
Stewart, Jean Tedder, Carol Traylor, Carol Uhlich, Adria Ann Whittle, Betty Lou Whittle, Ruth Ann Whittle,
Mary Ed Williamson
Mary Noel Adams, Mary Lou Campbell, Linda Carroll, Carol Cole, Sharon Crochet, Judy Culbreath,
Malinda Dixon, Anne Easterdav, Paula Ruth Edgar, Barbara Eissev, Wendy Fairnington, Monty Gil'ham,
Linda Hanshaw, Dottie Hatton, Lynn LaGrange, Sara Kay Lewis, Carline McDougald, JoAnn McKeithen,
Nancv Newsome, Florentine Phillips, Gale Sammons. Ann Wear, Margie Williams, Elizabeth Woodruff,
Margaret Ann Wunderlich
Pi Beta Phi House.
Sob . . . sob . . . sob, sob, sob,
Watch the birdie!
Whittle, A. A
Whittle, B.I .
President, Sara Atkinson.
SARA ATKINSON President
JUNE SILLAY First Vice President
NANCY BUCHAN Second Vice President
BARBARA PHELPS Secretary
The SK Variety Show topped all previous productions, turning out campus
talent en masse and collecting $325 for Campus Chest.
A week of the fall semester was devoted to the old folks' homes in
Tallahassee, and a caroling party cheered the patients and staff of the
tuberculosis home at Christmas-time. Another project was the buying of
Christmas gifts for Indian children.
Sigma Kappa awards a "Best Host" trophy each year — the fraternity is
selected by a vote of all sororities on campus.
On the party line: the pledges gave a Christmas party for the actives and
alums, complete with a pledge-trimmed tree and pledge-sung goat songs.
Individual accomplishments were notable all year — sisters were chosen
for Phi Kap Sweetheart, the lead role in "Carmen," and treasurer and secretary
of the senior class Sigma Kappa also numbers among her members the
presidents of seven campus organizations.
Things to come: the sound of falling bricks will be music to Sigma Kappa
ears. They plan to tear down the brick house next door to the chapter house
to make room for an addition The "addition," scheduled to be built in the
spring, will be larger than the original SK house.
c .ara Atkinson, Leslie Bauer, Kathy Beehler, Betty Benton, Linch Brinson, Nancy Buchan, Patti Cain,
Joyce Campbell, Patti Ccpeland, Sandra Davidson, Nancy Denham, Joan Dorety, Anne Elliot, Sue Ford,
Janice Grosser, Rosemary Grow, Lil Havind, Donna Hardy, Susie Hay, Jeanyne Herring, Shirley Jackson,
Bobbie Jones, Kay Kelsheimer, Jeannette Kent, Ann Markham, Lynn Markham, Cynthia Maxon, Betty Ann
McGowan, Marione Moreland, Ed Marie Muniz, Susan Petree. Barbara Phelps, Bobbie Lee Pichard,
Dorothy Rice. Margaret Roberts, Dawn Sharp, June Si I lay, Mary Ann Smith, Sa'Zane Stokes, Jo Ann
Thompson, Alice Turnbull, Gayle Utsey, Mary Walter, Vickie Walter. Carolyn Webb, Pat Weeks
Andrea Ball, Sandy Brokaw, Eleanor Cain, Celinda Carey, Leigh Culley, Barbara Cummins, Marilyn
Johnson, Sandra Lambur, lov McMillan. Frances Matthews, Patty Mickey, Ann Mitchell, Mary Monroe,
Sara Monroe, Kay Page, Jackie Penny, Marian Riecken, Paula Roberts, Jackie Soud, Anna Smith
Sigma Kappa House.
Us and our shadows.
In hopes that St. Nicholas soon would be there.
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President, Sora Ann Coulter.
SORA ANN COULTER President
NANCY LEE YOUNG Vice President
JO JONES Secretary
MARY POWELL Treasurer
zeta tau alpha
The Zetas built the most beautiful float at Homecoming, won the Sigma
Chi Derby, and took second place in the Variety Show and the Little 500.
In addition, they have been picked as Outstanding Sorority for two years by
the Delta Tau Deltas, who make the annual award.
ZTA's are active in Garnet Key, Circus, Tarpon, Village Vamps, Gamma
Alpha Chi, Tau Beta Sigma, Sigma Alpha lota, and several other organizations.
In individual competition, Linda Jones was elected Miss Gymkana and a
Homecoming Princess — Ruth Shuman is the Sigma Chi Derby Queen — and
Mary Margaret Williams is the current Sweetheart of the Kappa Sigs.
During the summer the Zetas added a few new touches around the house.
There's the large three-cornered room with the Hawaiian name, lanai, for
parties and the like — a patio and an extension to the rec room — and a new
piano and tv set.
Institutions: Simon the pet snake . . . the sun worshippers' club .
jello jello . . . the silver bullet club.
Names in the news: Toad . . . Frandi . . . Birmingham . . . Steamship
Famous last words: Ruby at breakfast — "I hate tomato juice!
lary the animal lover — "My bed is not a zoo!"
Selbv Allen, Linda Bean, Beth Bowen, Peggv Buchanan, Barbara Burkhardt, Niela Chapman, Ruby Combs,
Julie Conkling, Gineer Connor, Janet Corley, Sora Ann Coulter, Lucy Council, Dawn Davis, Frandy Dugan,
Pat Finlay, Chris Ginocchio, Barbara Harless, Joan Harmon, Mary Harris, Denise Jchnson, Jo Jones,
Joan Jones, Ann Kelly, Lala McDonald, Ann McKee, Sherry Nichols, Dean O'Sullivan, Betty Otey, Carol
Owen, Mary Powell, Emily Register, Sandy Sawyer. Ruth Shuman, Ruth Starling, Dottie Summers,
Stephanie Swinford, Kitty Wade, Marie Wadsworth, Ann Wall, Ann Williams, Mary Margaret Williams,
Nancy Lee Young
Cappy Archibald, Pat Baggett, Patty Baker, Pam Brown, Lynda Cawthon, Joyce Combs, Anne Folsom,
Sally Fnrd, Nan Godtrey, Barbara Johnson, Linda Jones. Nancy Jones, Jill Jordan, Mary Jane Maltby,
Carla McKinney, Pat Peterson, Sally Pigman, Carol Turner, Sharron Walter, Sharron Watkins, Betsy Wilson,
Zeta Tau Alpha House.
Do they know?
Youi halo is slipping!
Combs, J .
President, John Morris.
JOHN MORRIS President
JOE HOLT Vice President
BILL WILLIAMS Secretary
NEELY ALEXANDER Treasurer
alpha tau omega
"Give 'em Help!" scream the ATO's, and that's just what they do. They've
transformed the annual Hell Week into Help Week. Instead of caressing the
pledges' bottoms with paddles, the chapter selects a project in or near Talla-
hassee and gives out with manpower. Help Week projects have included a
party for underprivileged children in Tallahassee and the painting of a church
in a nearby community.
To the intense delight of hundreds of jazz addicts, the ATO's brought
Louis Armstrong and his band to the campus. The fabulous Satch and his
vintage Dixieland set feet to tapping, and helped to swell the coffers of
Campus Chest. And under ATO's sponsorship, Layte Bowden was crowned
Gossip-type column: the Snow King was all excited when his picture
appeared in the Flambeau alongside all those borrowed trophies . . . the ATO's
have their own version of The Elvis since Ronnie hit campus . . . the Jive King
has been spotted showing off his tattoos at the coast.
As the saying goes: "one for all and all for Pinky" . . . "put one on me
till I get on my feet."
The Roll Call: Red Man . . The Groundhog . . . Jello Jaws . . . Letters
O'Leary . . . Rhoda . . . Frostee Jim . . . Lonzy-Wonzy . . . Sleepwalker . . .
The Owl . . . Kingfish . . Toad . . . Paunch . . . Sister Boy . . . Steady Eddie
. . . Spooks . . . Bird Legs . . . Stone Face . . . Lost-Weekend-Clifton . . the
gallant defenders of Fort Apache.
Sweetheart, Mary Ed Williamson.
Neelv Alexander, Louis Bauerle, Ronald Beliech, Hamilton Bisbee, James Booth, Ted Boots, Millard
Branning. Bill Brown, Bill Burkhardt, Robert Casteel. Edward Chalker, Jimmy Christo, Gerald Cigarran,
Clay Cogburn, Lee Corso, John Craig, Gerald Davies, Wally Delaney, Vernon Edgar, Charles Fielding,
Emmett Hardin, lerrv Hipps, Joe Holt, Robert Jernigan, Edward Johnson, Gerald Kelly, Lomon Koos,
Gary Landrum, Bud Leonard, Toby Lovern, Bill McKemie, Talmadge Metts, Guy Millner, James Moore
Walter Morris, John Morris, Thomas Munson, Lonnie Padgett, Ray Reinhardt, Guy Revell, Jack Rynerson,
Thomas Sawyer, Ronnie Smith, Thomas Speck, Philip Weiting, Michael Whelchel, Bill Williams, Bud
Williamson, Sidney Wilck
Warren Baucum, Edward Boyack, Bill Childers, Bud Cole. James Fox, Ted Henium, Lynn Hodge, Franz
Holt, Joe Kellett, Ray Laney, Joseph McGee, James McKeehan, Thomas Mills, Michael Patronis, Robert
Peterson, Charles Pinkerman, Jon Powell, Donald Reedy, George Register, James Savage, Ernest Spiva,
George Strickland, Doug Strickland, Leonard Voyles, Bobby White, Richard Wilson
ATO's prepare for Satchmo.
Alpha Tau Omega House.
delta tau delta
President, Harold Lambert.
HAROLD LAMBERT President
JOHN HALL Vice President
VINCENT WILLIAMS Secretary
DON COOPER Treasurer
The Delts were blood donors again — this time for a little Tallahassee girl
stricken with leukemia. They also sponsored parties for children in the
Tallahassee area, once with the Alpha Xi's and once with the AOPi's.
The Zetas were the happy winner of the Sorority of the Year award,
given to the most outstanding sorority on campus. The Delt men presented
Zeta representatives with their trophy at the Panhel Dance.
Delt candidate Linda Jones is the reigning IFC queen, and was also a
princess in the Homecoming Court
Big social to-do of the year is the Rainbow Ball in April. Sue Rogers,
AOPi, was last year's queen.
Delt Doings: they're waiting for a rain to launch Perc's boat in the moat
. . . Larry gets a cut rate at the laundry ... the Binocular Club's membership
has expanded of late . . . the rams came to 209.
Everybody wonders: who protected whom at the truck stop?
Honoraries: Pi Pi Pi, the pinochle club ... Phi Alpha Chi . . . Tau Tau Mu,
the party people's party out back . . . Gamma Nu Gamma.
Sayings at the Shelter: "atrocious 1 " . . . "nice one, roomy" . . . "strollers!"
. . . "who burned my paddle?" . . . "All-American" McCann.
George Ackley, Don Ayres, Lewis Bi I kips, Clete Blaes, Loyd Carruth, Marc Cone, Don Cooper, John Creel,
Jack Crew, Neil Crispo, Harold Elliott, Ronny Elvena, Ed Field, Howard Fillmore, Dale Gallagher, Art Good,
Mike Guerra, John Hall, Jim Harrell, Dal ton Howard, Harold Lambert, Bill Lewis, Bernie McCann, Larry
Meredith, Tom Mills, Ken Norton, Mikp Pou, Earl Schroeder, Joe Spagna, Ken Watkins, Avery White,
Sherwood Williams, Vinson Williams, Bob Wolfenbarger, John Word
Tom Adams, Tom Altenberger, Jerry Barrv. Felix Blanco, Bill Borries, Charley Bryan, Jack Carter, Emory
Denmark, Fred Derby, John Fleming, Bruce Greenwood, Art Griffin, Victor Harke, David Harris, Jim
Karnegis, Pete Kiefer, Alvin Leaphart, Edward Miller, Thomas Mitchell, Richard Percoco, Harold Powell,
Pat Richmond, John Riley, Bill Sellers, Richard Straw, Bob Sylvain
Sweetheart, Sue Rogers.
These little Delts went to market.
Delta Tau Delta House.
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President, Bob Porter
BOB PORTER President
CHARLIE PALAZZOLO Vice President
M I KE YOUNG Secretary
FLOYD JORDAN Treasurer
Twas a beautiful winter's evening — frost on the pumpkin and all that — ■
and all was well at the DDD house. All was well — until one observant Tri Delt
discovered that the front door was missing. The panic button was pushed, and
shrieking coeds were horrified to see the door vanishing down Park Avenue
atop a blue convertible, from which blared shouts of "KA, one time!"
Several days later, after conferences of war, the intrepid ladies invaded
the KA sanctuary, seeking sweet revenge and a front door. They were met
with typical Southern courtesy, hospitably ushered to the basement, and there
became the reluctant recipients of the most extensive hair-cutting in FSU
The troops of Fort Kappa Alpha did not spend all their time waging such
pleasant war. KA's were prominent in other campus activities — athletics,
politics, cheerleading, circus, card games — and a few die-hards were seen
The Old South Weekend in April held the campus spotlight during its
tenure, and the Rebel Toll Gate hit crackers and carpetbaggers alike for the
benefit of Campus Chest.
As the end of the semester rolls around, the gentlemen (Southern, suh)
in the mansion on the hill sit back optimistically on the veranda, rising occa-
sionally to refresh their mint juleps or to thunder hopefully, "The South will
Ken Abbott, Roddv Andrews, Billy Pat Atkins, Reid Baggett, John Belitz, Drew Branch, Livingston Branch,
Fred Brinkhoff, Bill Bunker, J. P. Clark, Buddy Clarke, Michael Copps, Bus Davis, Walter Edwards,
Dick Ervm, Frank Fain, Cliff Gwynn, Horry Hair, Jim Henderson, Arbie Herring, Lem Hoover, Bob James,
Wallv lones, Buddy Jordan, Joe Mack Jordan, lim Julian, Art Kirchoffer, Bill Kirkland, Bubba Long,
Wayne Long, Ron Mason, Rav Munioe, Charlie Palazzolo, Billy Payne, John Perry, Bob Porter, Bob Renn,
OB. Smith, Bill Snyder, Wayne Stone, Bill Strickland, Gil Sypher, Jim Whitehurst, Mike Young
Jim Arnold, Ramon Arnold, David Buchanan. Bob Bishop, Don Bua, Bill Carson, Bill Clendinen, Hume
Coleman, Bill Coward, David Dale, Bill Gadd, Willy Gardner, Julian Graham, Mattox Hair, James Hooks,
Kelvin Huehn, John Joiner, Dawin Justiss, Stuart Keith, Tom Marks, Ward Matthews, Jay Miner, Albert
Shrigley, Stan Sirmans, Virgil Thorpe, Matton Ward, Bob Westbrook, Sam Westbrook, John Wolf,
Kappa Alpha Rose, Patsy Bastine Perry.
Sumpen seems to be wrong, Suh!
Kappa Alpha Mansion.
Smith, 0. I
President, Dave Salmon.
DAVE SALMON President
TOM BRUCKMAN Vice President
REX GREEN Secretary
DICK FREGOE Treasurer
The chapter has been busy at home, buying new furniture for the down-
stairs area and building a barbecue pit. The brothers have also been doing
their own landscaping around the house.
The Kappa Sig blood bank, kept well stocked by contributions from the
brothers, came in handy when an epidemic of operations hit the house.
On the party scene, the Kappa Sigs staged the Black and White Ball, a
children's Christmas party, and a Founder's Day Banquet. Social standout
was the oriental party — the brothers sat on the floor, eyed the authentic
Japanese mural, and en|oyed green tea and seaweed.
The pledge-active football game was a success, even if most of it was
played under water.
Names you know: Stella Keck . . . Snake . . . Bunnyrabbit Mayer . . .
Swabby Decker, the cool pool king . Stud . . . King Ugly.
What price glory dept, : the men in room 2 are so popular they had a
private telephone installed — number available on request, girls . . . Al finally
put a pinup on the wall — nude nucleii . . . same Al, his buddy Ray, and the
date-switching deal ... the sidewalk painters and the red badge of Kappa Sig
Salty sayings: "Let me tell you about my operation" . . . "Cattle Cross-
ing" . . "Let's sing 'mushy-mushy" . . . "Air raid!"
Gus Alford, Rnnnie Anderson, Tom Batchelor, Fenton Bennett, Jim Berg, Tom Bruckman, Gene Carr,
Charlie Christian, Al Dayes, George Faiver, Dick Fregoe, Junior Gangloff, Rex Green, Ralph Green, Tom
Hafner, Rich hair, Fred Hodses, Jim Hclt, Billy Johnson, C. W. Jones, W. S. Jones, Larry Keck, Jack
Kidd, Gary Lipe, Bill McCorkle, Danny Petursson, Jack Pollock, Nat Ragland, Ted Reiter, Dave Salmon,
Leroy Scott, Charlie Sizer, Jimmy Stanley, Bob Stearns, Tom Stromsen, Danny Wells, Gerry Wheeler, Bob
Whittier, V L Whittier
Nolan Adams, Jim Boucher, Ken Brock, Tom Byrd, Ken Cannon, Ted Daniels, Dick Decker, Bart Durham,
Dick Futch, Rav Hitchcock, Bob Jernigan, Bobby Johnson, Vic Kaleta, Jack LeGrand, Ken Prescott,
Jim Reese, Clayton Ryan, Bob Scavuzza, Joe Scofield, Harold Schoenborn, Joel Schoenborn, Dale Shepard,
Don Thomas, Bill Todd, Harold Williams, Ray Williams
Sweetheart, Nell Davis.
Kappa Sigs socialize.
Kappa Sig House.
Jones, C. W.
Jones, W. S.
President, John Ware.
lambda chi alpha
Lambda Chi won a close Charity Bowl game over ATO. The two fraterni-
ties stage the tackle football game each year for benefit of Campus Chest. As
another project, the pledges worked at the Salvation Army Home here in
In mtramurals, the Lambda Chi's won the pingpong and badminton con-
tests. They placed second in the Little 500.
The Lambda Chi Weekend and Crescent Ball in March highlight the
social slate — the current Crescent Girl is Mary Margaret Andrews, Chi Omega.
Other events are Founder's Day and the Senior Banquet honoring graduating
JOHN WARE President
JAMES DAVIS Vice President
BOB MEIGS Secretary
KENNETH WHITE Treasurer
Sweetheart, Nancy Reinhard.
Brothers all: Bloato, the chubby bunny . . . Bingo Eddie . . . Country . . .
Nero Rogero . . . Inky-boy Rogers . . . Protein Lofstrom . . . Keeny, FSU's
answer to Arthur Murray . . . Mike Hamlin, boy pipe-cleaner . . . McNeil,
the Clearwater version of Jerry Lewis.
Top secret: Dick B. is trying to get in shape for his match with Vicious
Paul . . . Colonel Wycoff has been demoted . . . Nicholson's actresses didn't
show for the date . . . Gus has had two dates already since he became an
active seven years ago . . . Nat and J.J. have been ordering hair restorer by
Charles Alley, Robert Arlt, Don Axon, James Bailey, Warren Barrett, Gibson Bates, Richard Bee, Lonnie
Blaine, John Bonanno, Paul Bowen, Bill Brennan, Robert Brown, Gordon Caldwell, James Davis, Bill
Figley, Guy Fountain. Wvnfred (Barrett, Greene Harrison, James Heagerty, Cecil Jones. Carl Lofstrom,
Tom Martin, Sam McClain, Bob Meigs, Dave Minton, William Nicholson, Tom Nissalke, Jim O'Neal,
Rouce Phillips, Herb Reinhard. Julio Rive, Jack Rcgero, Sam Rogers, Tony Rouse, Nels Seirsdale, Ralph
Sharp, William Sullivan, Ben "T i Met. Nat Vasileff, John Ware, Ken White, Eugene Wise, Joe Wolfe, Ed Wycoff
Harold Anderson, Marvin Andrews, John Armel, Joe Barber, Otis Bearden, Louis Boccia, Robert Boulware,
Devon Brown, Wesley Brown, John Bryan, Glen Chance, Dave Connely, Larry Dannelley, Mike DePalmer,
Larry Dee, Hal Dyer, Stanley Etersque, Tom Fussell, Jack Grant, Wendell Gunn, Mike Hamlin, Gerry Keeney,
Lvle Knirk, Robert Lansford, James Markessay, Jack Manning, Neil Martin James McNeil, Charles
Mynard, Duni Nelson, Charles Nye, William O'Rourke, Robert Reely, James Rogers, Ken Saunders, Gene
Schlickman, Ed Snyder, Dick Warner, Tommy Wyatt
Gettin' to know you.
Lambda Chi House.
President, Paul Ort.
PAUL ORT President
JIM WEBB Vice President
SCOTT HARPE Secretary
DON NOOT Treasurer
phi delta theta
The Phi Delta Theta roll this year includes the names of two class presi-
dents, a vice-president, members of Alpha Council and Gold Key, and repre-
sentatives to Student Senate and Judiciary. The Fightin' Phi's also boast
players on every varsity team at FSU.
With the Alpha Gams, they sponsored the popular Soapbox Derby. Their
only gripe is the loss of pledges used as bumpers to stop the speeding cars.
But what's Phikeia here and there? — it's all for Campus Chest.
The boys of the blue and white socialize each year at the Bowery Ball.
Another annual event is Phi Delt Weekend — Jeani Kitchens is the current
It happened around the house: after seven long years, the wall around
the patio is finished . . . the pungent aroma of Stillman's Gym has migrated
to third floor — dead lifts, anyone? ... Phi Delts claim the only Mohawk
businessman in the country . . . G. Hill says a rolling stone gathers no moss . . .
the house lost money on the mechanical cow — the cow put out, but it cost too
much ... Phi Delts mourn the graduation of the Singing Sensations from
Lauderdale . . . Johnny's Brother pledged this fall.
Have you heard: Williams is expected to be out of bed for graduation,
provided it isn't earlier than twelve o'clock . . . next year's Bowery Ball Queen
has already been selected ... for lost and found, check the missing persons
bureau . . . butterflies — swans — roaches next, Hank? . . . pay attention to the
Scripture, brother ... we were the hairy-chested men.
Sweetheart, Jeani Kitchens.
Kingly crown cops second place.
Brodie Atwater, Tom Barrows, Terry Barrows, Dick Bittner, Frank Bryan, Jack Buford, John Bullock,
Frank Carney, Sonny Casca. Donald Chappell, Arnold Davis, Hugh Durham, Fletcher Eyster, Jerry Glancy.
Robert Granger, Harvey Hall, Scott Harpe, Arthur Hempel, George Hill, Paul Jones, William Kelley,
George Livingston, Tom Livingston, Alan Martens, Frank Mav, Hank McCann, Donald Melson, Clayton
Miller, James Moore, Jack Montgomery, Richard Naoode, Don Noot, Paul Ort, Donald Randall, Dick
Rhodes, Charles Ringer, Harry Robinson, Bob Saltz, Robert Sistrunk, Leonard Skinner, Sidney Stotesbury,
Del Swilley, Travis Taylor, Graham Teschke, Sherwood Van Campen, Bill Weaver, Jim Webb, Buddy
Weekly, Jack White, Bob Williams
Bigbie Abner, Bob Carnes, Bob Caton, Bruce Cayard, Clitt Cook, Bob Douglas, Bob Ehrhardt, Hugh
Eubank, Tom Fisher, Tom Gallen, Warren Hall, Jim Hooks, Bill Jacobs, Tony Jackson, Ted Keen, Galen
Kilburn, Joe Majors, Gene McCormick, Jerry Millard, Bob Montgomery, John Myrick, John Nevelle,
Arnold Peebles, Frank Petruzzelli, Skip Sauls, Bob Sharpe, Gil Smith, Bill Strandhagen, Lou Wallace,
Bob Weber, Mike Williams
Phi Delt House
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President, Ray Hemann
RAY HEMANN President
PAUL BISHOP Vice President
PHILLIP KEMBLOWSKI Secretary
JAMES MAURER Treasurer
phi kappa tau
The Phi Tau's are well in the swing of campus things, with members in
varsity sports, student government, honoraries, Cavaliers, and student
Social highlights included a big redecorating spree around Homecoming
time, a Christmas party (with Santa Claus 1 ), and a gala weekend topped off
by the annual Carnation Ball.
In spite of all the parties, the Phi Tau's kept up their academic standing,
placing second in frat scholarship first semester.
The fall rush program was a big success, the Phi Tau's say — they signed
the biggest pledge class ever.
They say it really happened: skindiving exhibition in Westcott pool . . .
a really "hot" party at Wakulla- -whoever thought beer would burn? . . . the
DZ's won the Campus Sing trophy, but they didn't keep it for long . . . Padre's
hearse lost its wheels ... if you date a Gamma Phi, take along an oil can for
that squeaky swing . . . flash — the SAE's have initiated three more Phi Tau's
into the Cueball Club . . . there are some really truly war heroes around the
house — if you believe the stories they tell . . . typical Saturday night party-
garbage can through convertible roof.
Joe Assad, Chuck Babcock, Paul Bishop, John Carter, Dick Corriveau, Jerry Fleming, Jim Gosnell, Ray
Hemann, Phil Kemblowski, Clifford Kidd, Tony King, Joe Masci, Skip Maurer, Byron Rhodes, Ron Sanders.
Charlie Savage, Harlace Sealy, Don Sebree, Tom Toler, George Wajdowicz, Tom Woods, Dave Youngblood,
Merlin Allan, Dick Beach, Jerry Breitbart, Louis Brooks, Dick Brown, Fred Burgess, Bucky Canon, John
Clements, Bob Duke, Bob Erwin, Jim Etly, Ben Finney, Bob Ford, Sheldon Fretwell, Ernest Gladstone,
John Hansen, Benny Jones, Jerry Keebler, Cameron Killian, George McKelvin, Pete McNiel, Louis Meador,
Neal Morar, Don Rosanski, James Sellars, Sonny Shaw, Bill Simpson, Bill Stevenson, Don Talmon, Dave
Troup, Gordon Vi liars, George Young
Sweetheart, Janice Grosser.
Hefty pushers pause for picture
Phi Tau House.
pi kappa alpha
President, J. Frank Beauchamp.
J. FRANK BEAUCHAMP President
ROY HARRIS Vice President
UPTON OFFICER Secretary
CARMINE MONTELEONE Treasurer
The Pikes hope to move into a new home on Woodward Street next year.
There's an acre of ground with the house, and the Pikes are planning all sorts
of additions to be built during the summer.
Founder's Day Banquet was in March, with a faculty speaker.
The Dream Girl Dance and the annual Weekend, both scheduled for
March, were combined this year for one large ball.
The Pike House won the Most Original House Decorations award for the
second straight year.
PiKA's are members of the varsity track, volleyball, and swimming teams.
Prominent Pike People: Cyrano the Count . . . Belle Glade . . . Limey . . .
Bleakly . . . General Officer . . . John the Jock . . . The Hummingbird . . .
Numbthumb . . . Swanee . . . Der Fuehrer . . . Genis . . . the Plant City Flash
. . . Woy . . . Bigmouth . . . Aloysius.
Landmarks: Pete's three-diamond mural . . . paratrooper school . . .
Harris' health center ... the Junior Executive Council — meets every payday
. . . Hemingway's bottle collection.
Robert L. Atkins, Frank Beauchamp, Fred Boska, Richard Bennett, Allan Collins, Robert Earl Collins.
Alan David, John Paul Davis, Rudolph Eigl, James C. Fortune, Gene Foster, Richard E. Harrel, Roy Harris,
John R. Michaels, Carmine J. Monteleone, John Neuseanger, Upton Dav Officer, Eugene Peters,
W. L. Hemingway, Charles Curry, Patrick D McKeown, John Allen Scott, Warren Gerard, John Ford,
John Hull, Clyde McLeod, Donald DeLapp, Arthur Dear, Jack Giles, Lawrence Saeger, Lonnie Randall,
PiKA Dream girl, Rachel Caldwell.
Earning their way through college.
President, Jim Nettles.
JIM NETTLES President
PAUL PERRY Secretary
BOB HUTCH INS Treasurer
pi kappa phi
The year started sadly for the Pi Kaps — Sarah Seminole disappeared from
her customary place in the hallway. But in other realms, Dame Fortune was
more benign. Perry's work paid off, and the chapter took first place in Campus
Sing ... the pledges did the impossible at Thomasville and now Ike's auto-
graph graces the Pi Kap mantle.
Pi Kaps in campus activities include members of ODK, Alpha Council,
Gold Key, Judiciary, and varsity teams; and the presidents of Phi Alpha Theta,
Los Picaros, and the IFC.
John (The Pool Playboy) Brown's brothers claim the most-dunked record
for Westcott pool — nine pinless brothers took the icy plunge on two consecu-
A waiter replete with kimono — and generous servings of fish eyes and
rice — lent flavor to the Japanese party. The Monte Carlo party honored the
gods of chance, with fortunes riding on the click of the wheel or the turn of a
card. The Christmas party brought a suspicious dampness to the eyes of
grown men . . . with "those wonderful courageous kids" . . . and especially
Doxie was Pi Kap Rose at the Ball . . . highlights of the weekend were
Dick B.'s incomparable chow and the dramatic entrance of Rebel Brown.
Jottings: Mimi the pup, who outdid Liberace . . . Werner's shaven head
. . . cable break at the midnight Soapbox run . . . love those road trips . . . the
swimming races at Blue Sink . . . the football team — spirit aplenty.
John Adams, Douglas Allen, Gary Allen, Thomas Althouser, Robert Baden, Albert Benoit, Wesley Branning,
John Brown, Warren Bryson, Hugh Burch, Donald Bowlin, Billy Boatright, Bruce Cole, Curt Compton, Eugene
Caruthers, Earnest Diaz, Michael Donahue, Joseph Emmons, Gilbert Fernandez, John Garrett, William
Gi I li land, Benjamin Gillis, Alfred Hofflander, Franklin Hopkins, Robert Hutchins, Frank Kaney, Richard Lukas,
Thomas McCullough, Jim Nettles, Paul Perry, James Ralston, Walter Smith, Burnett Stilwell, Ronald
Steurer, Frank Valdes, Charles Welker, Carl Williams
Werner Ammann, Pat Antonelli, Richard Berube, Wesley Carroll, Gary Clark, Dean Cleveland, Robert
Ekland, Thomas Hogle, Peter Heaeerty, Norman Kreiss, Thomas Lucas, Edward Mason, David Mathews,
Ronald McOuaid, Michael O'Farrell, Ronald Parham, Allen Pate, Raymond Raines, Jim Rogers, Roger
Randolph, Paul Spaulding, Terry Tesar, Michael Tolomea
Sweetheart, Ruth Shuman
Pretty smiles grace Pi Kap float.
Pi Kappa Phi House.
President, Stuart Gregory.
STUART GREGORY President
CHARLIE WARD Vice President
DALE KOCH Secretary
BILL ROCHE Treasurer
sigma alpha epsilon
The SAE's, strong contenders for the intramural championship this year,
have won the bowling and the volleyball events two years in succession. This
year they also took the tennis doubles and basketball competition.
Coming up are the ten-mile marathon with Kappa Alpha and the Beer
Bowl game with the Phi Delts. SAE's won both last year.
The chapter serenaded an alum, Governor LeRoy Collins, after his
inauguration in January On tap for the spring are a reception for all alums
in the Legislature, and a reception honoring FSU President Doak S. Campbell.
Set for April is the Hawaiian party, rumored to be the year's biggest blast.
Plans and refreshments are fomenting and fermenting.
Characters: the Tootsie Roll from Athens Alpha . . . Nose Man . . . the
Orlando Flash . . . "Jett Rink" Blue . . . The Human Javelin . . . Mother Grow
. . . The Rag Twins . . . Goon ... TT ... the Bonifay Bullet from Alpha Mu . . .
Wharf Rat . . . Snorkel . . . The Colquitt Brothers . . . Pooch . . . Little Abner.
The way they say it: M-l-C— K-E-Y, M-O-S-A-E ... "I don't know
what to tell you" . . . "sing brothers sing" . . . "help me" . . . "Sam, there's a
new Mercury out front" . . . "awright, youse guys" . . . "where did those rats
come from?" . . . "where are your teeth, Stretch?" . . . "don't blame Gladys"
. . . "stop talking through that fifty-gallon drum, Oliver" . . . "it's a known
SAE tradition: sandwiches.
Bob Bell, Ronnie Blue, Tom Boyd, James Browning, Bert Daly, Jim Davis, Bob Davis, Charlie Davis, Jim
Davis, Oliver Dixon, Art Fenton, Stuart Gould, Stuart Gregory, Bill Grow, Paul Hammond, Bill Haynes, Ken
Hearn, John Holland, Dave Hulse, Phil Hunt, Ken Jacquot, Don Johnson, Bill Kimber, Dale Koch, Gerald
McArthur, Roy McCullom, David Medford, Bob Nellums, Melvin Pope, Don Preisser, Vic Prinzi, Don Ramsey,
Frank Reuss. Bill Roche, Phil Sarris, Zack Shelley Fred Siegnst, John Stewart, Dick Sweetman, John
Thomas, Tom Turpin, Jim Wade, Charlie Ward, Slater Wight, Hubert Williams, Phil Sears
Henry Baggett, Charlie Crutchfield, Gerald Deley, Jerry Donaway, Pat Donnelly, Gary DuBois, Tommy
Dunn, Richard Elwood, Rod Fields, Bob Fohl, Richard Fowler, Mayo Gabriel, Mike Goodman, Claude
Grizzard, David Grow, Pat I ley, Don Joyner, Bob Kerley, Stan Lewis. Sam Logan, Pete Menten, Ellis Mills,
Charlie Morris, Bill Pace, Rogers Padgett, John Partridge, Colin Phipps, Vic Robson, Fred Singleton, Scott
Treadway, John Waddall, Jack Weller, Joe Williams, Joe Williamson.
Sweetheart, Carol Ann Brown.
Is it spiked?
President, Bobby Temple.
BOB TEMPLE President
BRUCE JACOB Vice President
ALAN SCOTT Secretary
NILES RAY Treasurer
The Sigma Chi's came through on grades again, topping all other Greek
groups in academic competition and winning the IFC scholarship trophy for
the sixth consecutive year.
The brothers found time to socialize, celebrating Founder's Day, Sigma
Chi Weekend, and Parents' Weekend.
The Sigma Chi Derby brought out some of the most spirited competition
ever, with the lady Greeks battling for the first place trophy and a piece of a
Sig derby. Amidst a scramble of shaving cream, eggs, flour and chicken
feathers, the Zetas emerged victorious.
In sports, the Sigs are represented on the basketball, track, swimming,
golf, baseball and gymnastic teams.
In student activities, brothers are active in Senate, student publications,
Alpha Council, ODK, and Gold Key. Dave Bachman, student body president,
is a Sigma Chi.
Easy come, easy go: after the Sigs had put a hard week's work into their
Homecoming float, a careless driver rammed his car into it just as the parade
was starting. And that ain't all — after the parade was over, some firebug
struck a match and the whole float went up in flames.
Exploits: Kissing Jim's record number of shafts at the Theta house . . .
the smooth job of rushing that Belly Bigchest and the Blountstown Butterball
did on a passing prof . . the refusal of Shorty to date a girl because she
wasn't five feet tall . . . Alfie's graceful waltz on the roof . . . Mouse's
portrayal of Nature Boy in the front yard.
Don Alford, Laird Anderson, Dave Bachman, Stan Baldwin, Larry Beatty, Chuck Burnham, Buck Bryan,
Bob Bryson, John Calhoun, Rob Carter, Cecil Dunn, Dean Donley, Karl Edwards, Dave Evans, George Evans,
Gerry Gordon, Tom Hale, Bruce Jacob, Joel Jacobs, Rufus Jennings, Bob Johnson, Jim Kauffman, Phil Knight,
Don K Lewis, Don R. Lewis, Durfee Marshall, Bob McCall, Les Meyers, Bob Moren, Art Moore, Jim Moore,
Gary Nahrstedt, Millard Noblin, Tom Pendrav, Bill Phillips, Whlie Poag, Niles Ray, Frank Sattler, Al
Schissler, Bob Skiff, Maurice Steinberg, Jim Stone, Bill Swigert, Al Scott, Bobby Temple, Tobby Ternll, Jack
Terwilliger, Art Unger, Chris Vogl, Lynn Wollschlager, Lynn Wilder, Garv Wold, Joe Westhafer, Tom Mann,
Bob Murray, Ed Pabor, Gene Soud, Bill Bailev, Sam Skogstead
Stan Alford, Dick Ainsworth, Tom Bruhn, Morris Busbia, Frank Butterfield, Norman Donahue, Jerry Dye,
Bill Farnington, Allen Howell, Dick Jackson, Britt Landrum, Bob Meier, Cal McGoogan, Chuck McPherson,
Jack Phillios, Joe Phi 1 1 Ids, Bill Pool, Jim R'chardson, Bill Rot, Bill Smith, Dave Teague, Tom Willard,
Alec Woodhull, Dan Thorton, Frank Merlina, Glen Thatcher
Sweetheart, Betty Lou Whittle.
Sigma Chi House.
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Lewis, Don K.
Lewis, Don R,
sigma phi epsilon
President, Wayland Elam.
WAYLAND ELAM President
WILLIAM KOLLER Vice President
RUDY SIGNORELLI Secretary
RALPH MAZUR Treasurer
The Sig Ep's kicked off the second semester by repainting the fraternity
house. Now they're working on a boat, to be used for picnics and parties.
Big party for the fall semester was the pledge dance, traditionally called
the Queen of Diamonds Dance. Barbara Krogland was the reigning monarch.
As a result of FSU's victory over Mississippi Southern, the Sig Ep's are
the proud owners of a sheepskin presented to them by their brother chapter
Spring sprang and the SPE's celebrated their annual Weekend. A ship-
wreck party on Friday night was followed by the Queen of Hearts formal on
Saturday, with Sara Jo Mitchell as queen. A cool conversation piece was the
large ice carving of the Trojan horse, made by the father of one of the brothers.
True love: seems like George had a date, and was stood up — came home
singing the blues and joked that he was going to shoot himself. The brothers
took him at his word and strung George up in effigy. After three days with a
hung-up dummy in his room, George was about ready to take the same step.
Sig Ep signatures: Fat Boy . . . Daddy Rabbit . . . Spook the Gravedigger
. . . Harvey . . . Moby Bill.
Norman Burth, Wayland H Elam, Jr., Rinev Fulmer, William Koller, James Lockhart, George Massoth,
Ralph Mazur, Neal Robinson, Willard Scott, Rudy Signorelli, Fred Vidzes, Coy Winchester
Jerry Allen, Thomas Babiak, David Burkey, James Cameron, Larry Campbell, Jack Fitzpatrick, Bill Fulford,
Vern Gosney, Jack Hampton. John Heaton, Richard Hutchinson, Mike Kavoklis, Fred Korzan, Norman
Sheffield, Donald Tillman, Joe Wasilewski
Sweetheart, Sarah Jo Mitchell.
Who prayed for rain?
'Sig Ep" House.
President, Jim Parkhurst
J I M PARKHURST President
RALPH ATWELL Vice President
DON MARSHALL Secretary
EARL MEEKS Treasurer
Sweetheart, Rosemary Stainbeck.
SN pin on display.
"Ship ahoy 1 " yelled Parkhurst, and the Sigma Nu's launched full speed
ahead into the new year. Along with their shipwreck party, the Sigs duded up
for a western-type blast, and turned suave for the big cabaret party. The social
agenda was climaxed by the White Star Weekend, an annual affair.
Even all these parties didn't leave Sigma Nu shortwinded — they came off
the intramural football field trophy in hand, and were runners-up for the
And then there was work. Sigs went all out on their Help Week, and
supported Campus Chest by selling drinks 'soft) at the CC dance.
Big moment of the year was the christening of the new red brick house
on Call Street as the home of the Sigma Nu's. The latest battle cry is "home
Who's Who in Sigma Nu: Knappy . . . Monk . . . Tiny . . . Dog . . . Blob
. . . Fog . . . Mother Tucker . . . Slime . . . Mortimer Snerd
What's my line dept. : "Let's go to Dallas" . . . "To the clay pits'" . . .
"Come on uptown and see the boys" . . . "Let's get a keg" . . . "I'm shy at
college but. . . ."
Ralph Atwell. Bill Benner, John Blue. Buddy Bryant, Wade Crews, Dale Croy, Gordon Dixon, Ed Fenn,
Fred Forst, Jim Fvfe, Bernie Hoffman, Dick Howser, Marvin Ingram, John Keifer, Maurice Kennedy,
Fred Kenney, John Lauritz, Harvey Lofton, Darryll Mahoney, Don Marshall, Bill McCarter, Earl Meeks,
Paul Merganthal, Dave Morris, Jim Parkhurst, J. C. Pike, Gordon Pschirrer, Beaver Ray, Sonny Sellers,
John Schi IlinburR, Charlie Sowell, Byron Smith, Earl Strickland, Dave Talty, Danny Thomas, Jerry Tucker,
Emory Williams, Art Willits, John Young
Dick Blue, Jerry Brock, Myron Brown, Jack Gorrie, Hugh Hayes, Ronnie Higgins, Chuck Holland, Bob
McDonald, Dick Mitchell, Sam Mudano, Tony Ohlidal, Don Penn, John Phillips, Larry Pool, Benny Pridgeon,
Bud Ranous, Tommy Rogers, Russ Rollinger, Dennis Smith, Tommy Tomlin, Carl Torsi iff, Dave Victor,
Sigma Nu House.
tau epsilon phi
President, Donald Schwartz.
DONALD SCHWARTZ President
JACK SCHLOSBERG Vice President
BRUCE MORRELL Secretary
MORT LARNER Treasurer
The TEP's are represented on the football team, student government,
Flambeau, and the tennis team.
The pledges helped the chapter by buying furniture for the house. An-
other pledge project, during Help Week, was painting the house.
Socials included a dinner party at the home of an alum and the yearly
boating party on the St. Marks River. The traditional Lavender Ball featured
Claire Green as TEP Sweetheart.
The most-often-heard conversation
bad — so am I !"
"Let's flip — I'm out of gas"- "Too
TEP types: The Beak . . . Chan . . . Swabby . . . The Hype . . . Adolph . . .
The Poppyseed Kid . . . Rick, the singing fool ... the oldest brother on campus
... the airplane maker . . . Izzy . . . Levy, the patched-up tennis player . . .
Overheard: "How much do I owe?" . . . "Oh you turtle!" . . . "Going to
Hillel, Clyde?" . . . "The Cha-Cha Kid" ... "a penny saved is a penny saved"
"At ease!" ... "I Wanna Go Back to Dixie."
James Bernstein, Mort Larner, Bruce Morrell, Jack Schlosberg, Don Schwartz
Arnold Abramson, Larrv Block, Joe Feldman, Richard Fink, Frank Freedman, Lenny Levy, Clyde
McCutcheon, Paul Smith
Sweetheart, Claire Green.
Big Brother is watching you!
President, Ron Twitty.
RON TWITTY President
ED H I NSON Vice President
DICK CRAWFORD Secretary
GENE STRIEGEL Treasurer
The brothers of Theta Chi are in Cavaliers, student government, Scabbard
and Blade, Alpha Delta Sigma, and Pershing Rifles. Bob Elting, also active in
student government, is president of Gold Key.
The Theta Chi Weekend and Dream Girl Dance are slated for April.
Other events include a Christmas dance with the Tallahassee alum chapter,
and a party with Les Brown and his Band of Renown.
At Christmas, the Chi O's ]Oined the Theta Chi's for a children's party.
Other chapter projects were blood donations, and the cleaning and painting
of Westcott fountain.
The Roster: Pete the Raunch . . . Red-Red, Fanny Mae's helper . . . Toad
John, who spent a buck for a B . . . Big Black Earl from North Cuba . . .
Skinhead Stubbs, the painter . . . The Pent, surgical specimen . . . Neil L, the
midnight kid . . . the BO Kid . . . Jack, sweetheart of Alpha Xi Delta . . .
Double Bogie Milligan, the Hacker ... Jim Cabbagehead — some pitcher . . .
Doug the one-stripe general . . . Tom N., the water blade . . . Ray (Napoleon)
Marky . . Bill the Owl Man . . . Eugene, the man behind the books . . . Jack
the Brain . . . One Beer Carl . . . One-Arm Maddock and Four-Eyes Geisler,
the racket squad . . . T-shirt.
What's coming off here dept. : Osh writes a lot of letters but doesn't get
many . . . Harvey's hunting a supercharger to help him get to class . . . Josh
sings like a canary but doesn t look like one . . . Tweety's convertible has three
whitewalls . . . Spermdon is headed for the railroad in Chi . . . Wrong Way
Riggins got lost in the subway . . Crash Ed says he wants to get married.
Bill Alderman, Bill Brown, Dick Crawford, Jack Curtiss, Myron Herndon, Jerry Higs, Ed Hinson, Neil LaBar,
Pierce Lehmbeck, Owen McCarron, Ray Marky, Jerry O'Leary, Bill Osterhoudt, Ben Powell, Don Ramsden,
Ken Rohach, Ken Segner, Bob Shuman, Clarence S.oivev, Gene Striegel, Jack Striegel, Mike Tschirret,
Ron Twitty, Jack Veghte
Joe Adamo, Rnb Austin, Rhon Carleton, Sean Geary, Richard Derby. Rod Desmond, Bill Enoel, Dave Esco,
Ed Fields, Fred Ford, Marty Frantz, John Goodeman, Doug Greene, Earl Griffin, Mel Hunter, Ed Johnson,
Lenny Koeth, Carl KoDDeis, Jack Lewis, Flovd McLeod, Jim Maddock, Roger Manges, Tom Metz, Bruce
Milligan, Tom Moore, Dave Munger, Bob Myers, Tom Newell, John Niedenthal, Clark Finder, L.irry
Ricketts, Tom Riggins, Doug Rogers, Harvey Ross, Jim Sewell, Bob Simmons, Dick Smith, Tom Spies,
Sid Stubbs, Jim Wentworth, Bob West, Stu Yates
Sweetheart, Nancy Jones.
Board of Control authorizes campus cleanup?
Theta Chi House.
CampUS events . . . artist series .
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Old Masters frcm the Ringling Museum draw the
attention of students.
Featuring a breadth of Hme and
culture range, the University Mu-
seum and Art Gallery brings ex-
hibits of outstanding merit in the
fields of anthropology and art to
Modern art — a study in line and contrast.
Exhibitions of the Museum this year have in-
cluded a representation of ten thousand years of
ceramic development, contemporary art of the
American Indians, a display on atomic energy, and
a loan exhibit of masterpieces from the Ringling
One man shows have included the works of FSU
art students, designer Irwin Rubin, Joseph Almyda,
Robert Schuler, Yvonne Streetman, and members of
the faculty of the Department of Art.
Carvings and pottery highlight the exhibition of
American Indian art.
Nancy Smith, Carolyn Brown, and Valda Mock in
Valda Mock and Charles Robinson in "Premiere.'
The Theatre Dance Group's annual produc-
tion highlights student choreography and
composition in "An Evening of Dance."
Under the direction of Nellie Bond-Dicken-
son, Nancy Smith, and Valda Mock, the group
presented interpretations of contemporary
dance which included "Mambo"; "Patterns,"
based on a poem by Amy Lowell; and "Small
Town, South," the music for which was writ-
ten by student David Ward-Steinman. Musical
directors for the production were Carlisle
Floyd and Lester Bruch.
Membership in the Theatre Dance Group is
open to both men and women, who are selected
on their performances in tryout sessions.
evening of dance
"Incident for Four" produces some
Curtain going up! Igor Gorin prepares to sing.
The first winter presentation, "The Best of
Steirbeck," was composed of dramatized ex-
cerpts from that author's works, including
Of Mice and Men, Cannery Row, and Grapes
of Wrath. Constance Bennett, Robert Strauss,
Tod Andrews and Frank McHugh comprised
Intermission time for "Best of Steinbeck" cast.
Good grief, Charlie Brown 1 A full house!
The University Artists Series's first offering this year was baritone
Igor Gorin He presented a varied program in which the songs ranged
from the classic to humorous folk songs and spirituals.
roger wagner chorale
The Roger Wagner Chorale — an organization including thirty voices and two pianos — made up the third Artist Series
presentation of the year. The program included "Ave Maria," "The Echo Song," and a medley from Gershwin's "Porgy
Spring brought the Canadian Ballet, a remarkably young group of dancers. Lead roles were danced by Rod Adams ;
Lois Smith, and Celia Franca.
national ballet of Canada
Angela Leigh as the
witch in "The
The Artist Series is part of the Uni-
versity's plan to bring outstanding per-
sonalities in the fields of art and
entertainment to the campus. Its pur-
pose is educational, entertaining, and a
familiar part of student life.
'Nutcracker's" lead rcles as danced by David Adams and Lois Smith.
The Satchmo stomp
Top brass in jazz.
The grand old man of jazz, Louis Armstrong, came to town under the sponsorship of Alpha
Tau Omega fraternity as a project for Campus Chest. Satchmo entranced Seminole Dixieland fans
with his golden horn and gravelly voice, and jazz came to FSU to stay.
The Student Artist Series, a program provided through the planning of Student Senate, brought
the Billy May Band to campus this year. Seminole lovers of the "new sound" in bands filled the
Wescott Auditorium for two concerts given by the May aggregation.
Billy May Band blowing up a storm at rehearsal
By George! We've been playing it wrong all this time.
A whirldwind tour of "Fantasy Land" conducted by Hans Chris-
tian Andersen provided the theme for Tarpon's annual aquashow.
Thirty-six members took part in planning and presenting favorite
children's stories in water ballet form Among the twice-told tales
were "Cinderella," the "Sleeping Beauty," "Peter Pan," the "Wizard
of Oz," and the "Arabian Nights."
Each number was written and supervised by a student member
of Tarpon, while Miss Glynise Smith, sponsor of Tarpon, coordinated
Everyone locks doubtful in this scene from "Skin of Our Teeth.'
skin of our teeth
Starting the year in a jolly mood, the Speech Department presented Thornton
Wilder's The Skin of Our Teeth," a comedy concerning the fabled "average man" and
his family, their misadventures and mishaps, and their perennially optimistic outlook
on the future
Leading the cast directed by Lynn Orr were Suzanne Saunders, as the maid;
Marjone Tindall as Mrs. Antrobus; Stanley DeHart, Mr. Antrobus; and Ruth Havard
and Eli Ask as their children.
Margie Tmdell and Stan DeHart seem to
have reached an understanding.
"Sabnna Fair," Samuel Taylor's comedy about the daughter of a
well-read chauffeur with a mind for business, featured Jack Rockett
and Phil Johnson as the scions of the wealthy Larrabee family, Betty
Caldwell as Sabrina, the chauffeur's daughter, and the direction of
The play deals with the romantic adventures of Sabrina, newly
arrived from several years abroad, who in turn jilts a titled French
suitor, decides she does not love the younger son of her father's
employer, and — after the expenditure of some effort — awakens the
Larrabee's elder son to the fact that Sabrina is the girl for him.
Jack Rockett, Eli Ask, Betty Caldwell, and Phil Johnson in "Sabrina
Cast in children's production
"Aladdin and His Wonderful
In connection with the Service League of Tallahassee, the
Department of Speech presented as its children's play, James
Norris' dramatization of "Aladdin and the Wonderful Lamp."
Under the direction of Lynn Orr, Jack Terwilliger as Alad-
din and Eli Ask as the magician conjured up some mystical
visions of genie-haunted lamps and rings for their youthful, and
somewhat wide-eyed, audience. Adding to the hocus-pocus
effect were scenery and lighting by Charles Reimer and cos-
tumes and makeup by Pat Clift.
Hometown boy makes good.
the bigger they come
"The Bigger They Come" by Dr. Ernest Bormann of the speech faculty evolved from play called "The Kingpin'
wrote as a graduate student at the State University of Iowa.
The drama traces the development of a Southern politician through seven years, during which he misuses his political apti-
tudes and becomes — instead of a statesman—a demagogue.
Directed by Paul Davee, Don Westbrook portrayed Harry, a hillbilly who was destined for politics, and Betty Caldwell created
the part of Honey Lee, who was "somewhat more than a secretary."
Impromptu political rally from "The Bigger They Come."
Leaping over bales of hay, scrambling through
obstacle courses, and in general taking a lot of
punishment, the Zeta Tau Alpha's made their way
to first place in the annual Sigma Chi Derby.
Sixteen sororities entered teams in various con-
tests of skill including a key hunt, obstacle race,
four-legged race, balloon pop, chicken chase, and
egg drop. Trailing the Zetas were Gamma Phi Beta
and Alpha Xi Delta, second and third place winners.
The end of a perfect day, for the Zetas, came
when their candidate, Ruth Schuman, was an-
nounced Queen of the Derby during a dance that
Attesting the success of the program were the
bruised contestants, hoarse spectators, and a lib-
erally augmented Campus Chest.
Keep going, gal — it's in the bag.
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What's the score here?
Sometimes the sorority demands too much.
]u\, who's watching the obstacle
The Egg and I — why aren't they
Somebody drop a frat pin?
Shucks! Ya' dropped it.
It's real simple — no clutch, no
brakes, and the steering wheel
Women drivers, sleek racers, and a
perilous downhill descent are the in-
gredients of FSU's challenge to the
Indianapolis Speedway. Sponsored by
Alpha Gamma Delta and Phi Delta
Theta, the proceeds of the Soapbox
Derby are donated to Campus Chest.
Miraculously steering clear of col-
liding racers, spectators, and the hay-
reinforced finish line, Nancy Herold
of Gamma Phi Beta piloted her Delta
Sigma Pi-built racer to first place in
Hey, what's the snafu up there?
Sure, they only work downhill, but think of the money you save on gas.
Is that grin victorious or groggy?
Help! How do ya stop this crate?
Good grief! He's on sale!
This is my last dollar.
don't care what Lincoln said-
you re mine.
Setting some sort of precedent, the
Delta Tau Delta's auctioned off their
members in a Slave Auction one after-
noon. The project was sparked — not by
a desire to pay off their house' — but to
raise money for Campus Chest. The
bargains were snapped up by girls who
promptly put their merchandise to work
washing cars, waiting on tables, or — for
those with a more sadistic bent — back-
stroking around Wescott Pool.
Other projects to raise money for the
Campus Chest included car washings
(white walls extra), and Mortar Board's
Penny-A-Minute Night, during which
women were allowed to stay out an hour
beyond closing time for the payment of
Time means money on Mortarboard's Penny-A-Minute
Why bother? It's going to rain.
Whose idea was this anyway?
Getting underway in a big way, Homecoming Weekend started off
with the judging of house decorations and the parade on Friday afternoon.
A combination of overtime and ingenuity paid off for the Kappa
Alpha's and the Pi Beta Phi's, who copped first place in house decorations
with their seascape of "Deacons on the Rocks" and headlines of "Florida
State Fruit Fly Destroys Wake Forest," respectively.
While spectators kept an anxious eye on the clouds darkening over-
head, the parade started off at Wescott Gate. Among five bands and forty-
two floats entered, Kappa Sigma was awarded first place in the division of
"most original," and Zeta Tau Alpha was lauded "most beautiful."
Either someone's a biology major, or the Pi Phi's have been
reading science fiction stories.
IDA 5TRTE FRUIT FLY
What I like best about Homecoming
is the gaity.
What's this about?
It's for me 1
Gee, gang . . .
All the planning and variety of a television spectacular went into
the Pow Wow on Friday night. Fireworks, a show by the Marching
Chiefs — complete with majorettes and the Flying Seminoles — circus acts,
cheerleaders, and the crowning of the Homecoming Queen greeted
Seminole rooters who inched their way through snarled traffic to Camp-
and I was so surprised, I almost
Our feathered friends, left to right, Paula Parsons, Layte Bowden, Anne Munroe.
High spot of the evening came when
Layte Bowden was announced 1956 Home-
coming Queen, and presented, along with
her court, in the traditional Indian head
Homecoming Court, clockwise, Paula Parsons, Linda Jones, Queen Layte
Bowden, Anne Munroe, and Liz Armes.
Melody for Homecoming Dance provided by Les
Brown and Company.
It never rains at Homecoming — those are sunshades.
Skies which had threatened all weekend
finally opened up during the game on Satur-
day afternoon. Seminole spirit was not af-
fected, however, as Wake Forest and FSU
waded to a 14-14 tie.
Setting the mood for the Homecoming
Dance, stars glittered in the new Men's Gym
as the music of Les Brown ended the weekend
on a dreamy note.
Whirling Dervish guest stars at
The Hayden Planetarium's got nothing on us.
Now get this . . . left to right, Arnold Greenfield, Lee Anne Reetz, Jean Bleichner, Bob Wynn, Ruby
Combs, Jim Mclntyre, members of Varsity Debate.
FSU's Varsity Debate Team did some fast talking this
year, and came up with top honors in the Pensacola Junior
College Debate Tournament, and second places in the West
Georgia and FSU's Invitational Tournaments.
Among the individual honors garnered by the members of
the Debate squad were Arnold Greenfield's superior rating in
Alabama's Discussion Tourney; the Azalea Debate Tournament
in which he was named first place speaker as Ruby Combs and
Jean Bleichnor were awarded titles of superior debators; and
the University of Miami's tournament which gave Greenfield
second place as individual speaker.
Highlighting the debates on campus was the international
discussion led by Fred Roberts and Arnold Greenfield against
Britishers Morgan and Davies. Clad in Agnes Scott sweatshirts,
the worthy opponents from Cambridge turned the meet into a
fast running exchange of repartee. The result? A unanimous
resolution that Englishmen do have a sense of humor.
Colonists Greenfield and Roberts in international debate with Tories.
Debate Club; left to right, first row: Jim Mclntyre, Ruby Combs, Arnold Greenfield, Bob Martin. Second row: Melvin Peters, Frances Annis, Bart
Durham, Suzie Flory. Standing: Tom King, Bob Wynn, L. A. Hester, Fred Roberts, Don Clark, Lee Anne Reetz, Jean Bleichner, Mrs. Betty Phifer,
Dr. Gregg Phifer.
A boat load of gymnasts on their way home from the Olympics in Australia
docked at Hawaii, setting the stage for Gymkhana's 1956 production, "Aloha ."
In the course of the evening, performances were given on such gymnastic
apparatus as the high bar, trampoline, side horse, tumbling mats, parallel bars,
and both the still and flying rings. As a highlight of the show, members of the
International Students Club gave an exhibition of the Philippine Bamboo Dance-
authentically produced and staged by students from the Philippines.
Say, need any more judges?
Finalists in Miss Gymkhana contest.
Great act! But how does he get down?
FSU's "Royal Hawaiians" in finale.
Hu-la la! Doris Gregory dances
South Sea style
The final performance featured the crowning of Linda Jones as Miss
Gymkhana and the introduction of the members of her court, who were dressed
in costumes carrying out the Hawaiian theme.
Gymkhana is staged, managed, and acted entirely by students, from the
planning of costumes and props to choreography. Among 1 he notable performers
in the cast were NAAU champions Jamile Ashmore, Chick Cicio, and Ronald
Amster; Fernando Lecuona, Don Holder, and Jack Miles complete the list as
members of various Olympic teams.
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Massed handstands — the symbol of gymnastics.
Hang on, boy! I'll call the Fire Department.
Don't believe it; it's trick photography.
Somebody put too much wax on the floor.
Even old Circus hands are fascinated by the trap acts.
Goggle-eyed kids, college students, and adults cram Campbell
Stadium three nights in a row each spring to watch the spangled per-
formers in FSU's "Flying High." Plenty of excitement is furnished for
them by a myriad of acts ranging from the traditional clowns and
trapeze performers to the Australian Whipcrackers and roller skaters.
FSU's unique all-student circus gained national recognition last
Adagio acts warm up on the lot.
year through an appearance on the "Sealtest Circus" over a coast-to-
coast television hookup, and again this year when several acts ap-
peared on Dave Garroway's "Morning Show."
During the year, the circus performed in Atlanta, toured Florida,
and stopped in at Sarasota for a look at the great gran'daddy of 'em
all — Rmgling Brothers at their winter quarters.
Sometimes a guy hasn't got a smile left.
circus circus circus
A real, live circus has these two young 'uns dazzled.
We were great! They loved us!
Granted we have a transportation problem,
but there are limits.
"Flying High" is the product of long hours
of hard work and planning on the parts of
Coaches Jack Haskins and Jim DeCosmo.
Coach Haskins started the first circus activi-
ties class at FSU in 1947. "Flying High" has
grown since then to become an integral part
of campus life and one of the outstanding
features of the University.
Just don't let go . . . don't let go
don't . . .
Good grief! What happened to the
Circus coach Glen Haskins.
Among the outstanding acts in "Flying High" are the trapeze
with performers Leonard Darcy, Ken Hearn, and Arlene Wootten;
clowns Jackie Fortune and Toby Terrell; tightwire, Faye Moses and
Charlie Matthews; Spanish web, Julie Milam and Marilyn Teare; and
toe hang with Fred Burkhardt, who also doubles in Australian Whip-
crackers with Les Childs.
Who started this fight anyway?
So I'm here — now what do I do?
Gimme an "A"
Okay, Coach? Okay?
Circus, listed as an extra-curricular activity,
may be taken for credits in Physical Education or
strictly from the lure of sawdust and rosin. In
either case, it means year round practices and
performances — which include taking down all
equipment before anyone is excused for bed.
This rigging and un-ngging process is tradition-
ally performed to the accompaniment of rigging
songs made up and chanted by the feminine
members of the troupe.
Gee, I wonder if Mom will let me be a clown when I grow up.
Forget it. Some nights you just can't get a laugh.
Oh, oh This wan't in the script.
How'd she get up there in the first placer
This is a hell of a way to make a living.
3ut we couldn't afford a tent.
Hey diddle diddle.
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Anybody on the road ahead ?
Indian rope trick — Seminole style.
Yep. It was a darned good show.
A motorcade consisting of cars
representing the twenty finalist teams
in the Little Five Hundred Bike Race
preceded the running of the race
Relay workouts for the Little Five Hundred.
Who stole the bike rack?
The gruelling thirty mile course
was completed first by the four
members of the Kappa Alpha team
who relayed each other during the
evening. Phi Kappa Tau won the
award for the best pit decorations
with a huge bicycle wheel mod-
estly captioned "Biggest Wheels
Quit looking at the people — keep
your eyes on the track.
Sororities trained hard and long on borrowed tricycles for competition in the
Teeny Weeny Five Hundred. Held during the morning of the bike race, the Teeny
Weeny consisted of a mad dash around Wescott Pool Circle. Speeding along on three
wheels, Pi Beta Phi managed to cop the winning position among the Bermude shorts-
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The Women's Glee Club at their Christmas Concert.
In their annual Christmas Vespers, Women's Glee Club presented the story of the birth of
Christ through a selection of songs and Scripture readings representing the prophecies of the com-
ing of the Christ Child. The invocation was given by Dr. Edwin Hartz, University Chaplain, the
Glee Club was directed by Betty Jane Grimm, and was accompanied by Sally Hukle.
Women's Glee Club is open to all women students interested in singing and is a regularly
scheduled weekly class.
women's glee club
Miss Betty Jane Grimm, Director,
Women's Glee Club.
George Booker, Director, Collegians.
Collegians, the male glee club, was organized in 1948 to give interested male students an
opportunity to participate in interpretative ensemble singing and the performance of a variety of
Under the leadership of President Bill Strickland, the Collegians have given two concerts on
campus this year, have appeared on local television shows, and have given performances in various
parts of the state several times during the school year.
The Collegians, men's singing group.
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Choral Union in their Christmas performance of "The Messiah.'
Herman Gunter, Jr., Director,
Choral Union, a musical organization open to all students and townspeople, presented Han-
del's oratorio "The Messiah" preceding the Christmas holidays. In the spring, Choral Union pre-
sented it's Annual Grand Opera — this year, Smetena's "The Bartered Bride."
The University Singers, under the direction of Herman Gunter, Jr., is open to all students
who enjoy singing choral literature ranging from folk songs to present day music. Membership
may be attained through tryouts, and consists of approximately sixty members. Activities this
year included a joint concert with the Choral Union and the University Symphony in the fall, a
tour of concerts in St. Petersburg and Sarasota, and the annual Campus Concert.
The University Singers.
The University Symphony.
The University Symphony, conducted by Robert Sedore, gives four concerts every year, two of which feature out-
standing seniors and graduate students as soloists.
Guest soloists for November's concert were James Stafford, Audrey Blomgren, and Ryan Edwards; for March, Lowell
Roddenberry, Mary Jane Marriott, Dororthea James and Daniel I Revenaugh.
The orchestra presented Frederic Kirchberger, pianist, on their January program which featured Ernst von Dohnanyi
as guest conductor.
Hey, slow down. I can't read music that fast.
Anybody call for the plumber?
In addition to these concerts, the orchestra appeared
in other capacities such as playing for the Garnet and
Gold Banquet during Homecoming and joining with other
University music organizations in the presentation of
"South Pacific," "The Messiah," and "The Bartered Bride,
Robert N. Sedcre,
Sometimes a boy's best friend is his bass.
Rest period for bass section.
The University Symphony rehearses in the pit.
"How's our Hooper Rating?" One wouldn't
ordinarily think that the Marching Chiefs gave
much thought to their television popularity,
but then, this band is hardly ordinary. It all
began when the band was scheduled to play
for the FSU-Villanova game in Philadelphia.
"Being this close to New York," reasoned the
Chiefs, "We should naturally make a point of
stopping in on the town." So they did. De-
scending upon the unsuspecting city like the
proverbial wolf on the fold, the Chiefs toured
New York, gawked at skyscrapers, and eventu-
ally wound up — in full view of their proud
parents and assorted early birds — on Dave
Garroway's "Morning Show."
Manley R. Whircomb, Director,
They're dandy marchers, but how do they know where they're
The Marching Chiefs' Majorettes.
'Rock a Bye Baby" accompanies the formation of a stork.
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That's fine, group, but you're ahead of the director.
I'll huff, and I'll puff and I'll bring down the house.
I told you smoking would stunt your growth.
Flying Seminoles in a fast game of charades.
Robert Brunagel, Director Lab Band.
Organized last year, FSU's Lab Band consists of some twenty
persons who meet twice a week to discuss, play and arrange a variety
of popular and progressive music.
The band, directed by Robert Brunagel presented "An Evening of
Progressive Music" this spring. Featured on the program were origi-
nal compositions and arrangements by the members of the group.
The objectives of Lab Band are to acquaint members with the
best forms of modern and popular music, to give performers an ability
to play and develop their style, and to perform at concerts and other
occasions where popular music is appropriate.
Break time. A fast cigarette, and then back to work.
This is the last number — then we go home.
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The cast of "South Pacific" — in various stages of array.
Robert L. Briggs, Producer and
"Younger than Springtime" with Sheldon
Torn and Liz Armes.
Richard Waff and Beverly Brown as Emile deBecque and Nellie Forbush.
The Light Opera Guild, sponsored by Sigma Alpha lota, went native this year with a production of "South Pacific" that crowded
Wescott Auditorium during its three night stand.
The Guild's presentation of Rogers and Hammerstein's hit musical was sparked by the musical direction of Robert Briggs and
the staging of Betty Jane Grimm, who doubled in the role of Bloody Mary.
Turning in excellent performances, the cast included Beverly Brown as Nellie Forbush; Richard Waff, Emile De Becque; John
Zilles, Luther Billis; Sheldon Torn, Lt. Joseph Cable; George Goldstein, Commander William Harbison; and Liz Armes as Liat.
'Honey Bun" featuring sundry nurses and lieutenants.
Ryan Edwards perfects the score of "See the Wind."
Included in the cast were Phyllis DeKalb
as the widow Mrs. Collins; Peter Peck as her
son Bill; Sam Jordan as Eddie Mulhaus; and
Mary Jane Marriott as the daughter Sue Col-
lins. Ryan Edwards, who has won a Fu 1 1 bright
scholarship for further study in Paris, wrote
book and music in addition to staging and
conducting the performance. Alex Hay de-
signed the set.
Dr. Ernst von Dohnanyi plays for
Edward Kilenyi in Faculty Recital
see the wind
"See the Wind" a one act opera by student Ryan Edwards was per-
formed this year under the sponsorship of Phi Mu Alpha music fraternity,
as a part of the Campus Composers Concert.
The story explores the tensions created when the son of a Florida
cracker widow returns home unexpectedly. The son, Bill Collins, and his
cohort Eddie Mulhaus are fleeing from the law and demand that the widow
and her daughter put them up for the night.
Ryan instructs cast on how to interpret a scene.
Daniell Revenaugh, soloist in Khachaturian's Piano Concerto.
Delta Zeta, winning sorority, directed by Martha Sue Mizell.
campus sing ■£
Top honors in the annual Campus Sing contest,
sponsored by Sigma Alpha lota and Phi Mu Alpha, were
won by Delta Zeta and Pi Kappa Phi in the women's and
men's divisions, respectively. The Delta Zeta's rendition
of "The Continental" and "Through the Silent Night"
effected their third straight win and retired the trophy.
Pi Kappa Phi sang "In the Still of the Night" and "Battle
Hymn of the Republic," and thereby hangs a tale.
Seems one of the brothers, a loyal reb, refused to
sing said Yankee tune, and rashly predicted that if the
Pi Kap's won Campus Sing he'd stand up in Wescott
Fountain and warble a solo of it. Well, they did, and he
did, and the triumphant Pi Kap's sent the weekend out
in a blaze of glory, glory, hallelujah!
Paul Perry leads the Pi Kappa Phi's in "Battle Hymn of the Republic'
Head Coach Tom Nugent
The question posed by the smiling, affable Irish-
man Thomas Norman Nugent, in the spring of 1957
was "to be or not to be."
Was Florida State University to be a nationally
known or was it to remain a football "small town"?
However, by 1956, the die was cut and the assem-
bly line was producing football talent. After two years
of bigtime football, which saw the Semmoles continue
their meteoric rise to the ranks of the major football
schools, the powers at Westcott nodded approval to
FSU's appearance on the football map.
In February, 1957, Nugent was named Director of
Intercollegiate Football, in complete control of a
newly-created Football Department. With the tacit
approval of the administration, football on the FSU
campus was given its most significant boost in the short
football history at FSU.
The sport which started as a joke 10 years ago was
raised to the status of an independent department of
Florida State University.
introducing our coaches
The FSU coaching staff; kneeling, front row: Assistant Coach Hugh Adams, Heaj Coach Tom Nugent, Assistant Coach Frank Toomey. Standing, back row: Assist-
ant coaches Paul Odom, Hugh "Bones" Taylor, Vaughn Mancha, Bob Harbison.
Walking through the stadium park-
ing lot, ycu feel the spirit of foot-
ball weather in the air. Outlined
against the cold arc lights, Doak S.
Campbell stadium offers a cheery
to lead us to our best season yet • . •
Up the ramp to the section marked "reserved" ycu walk, anticipating the excitement
and thrills to come.
Bulling through two tons of human flesh, an Ohio University ball carrier, with the help of a strong forward wall picks up yardage
fsu routs ohio 47-7 for first win
The mysterious offensive punch was an "X" factor as the
untried Florida State Seminoles met a highly touted Ohio
University eleven in the first game of the 1956 season at Doak S.
Commencing their second year of major college football,
the Seminoles put up a fancy show of offensive skill as could be
found anywhere. Lee Corso, playing his first role as quarterback
since his freshman year, and Bobby Renn, transfer halfback who
was ineligible during the 1955 season, led the assault on the
Two quick Seminole touchdowns buried the Ohioans and
the 18,312 fans watched as the home team shoved over five
more touchdowns until the final tally read Florida State 47,
Ohio University 7.
Al Pacifico, senior guard,
3uck Metts, senior halfback,
Although seemingly worried over the outcome of the game, Coach Nugent's
fears proved to be unjustified as his charges chalked up the biggest
opening game win in history.
After the game, an exhausted player rests briefly before the trip from Athens to Tallahassee.
bulldog's field goal drops f s u . . • 3 - O
A 36-yard field goal by a second string end with a minute and a
half remaining cost FSU a heart-breaking 3-0 defeat after they had
a second quarter touchdown called back by a penalty.
Wally Butt's Bulldogs waged an uphill fight against the tight
Seminole defense. The Bulldogs could not cross the midfield stripe
until late in the first half when they pushed down to the goal.
An abortive FSU scoring attempt was halted by a holding penalty
in the first quarter. Bobby Renn took a pitchout from Lee Corso and
passed seven yards to Bob Nellums in the end zone. However, a red
flag lay on the ground at the seven.
John Craig, junior tackle,
Bob Nellums, junior end,
Bobby Renn, sophomore
I roy Barnes, junior center,
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Behind, 7-0, FSU's Rodngue passes out to the flats FSU tied score but lost in second half.
Florida State's bid to harness a power packed Virginia Tech
eleven flared brightly then went out on the wings of a 66 yard punt
return late in the first quarter.
VPI halfback pulled in a punt on his own 34 then evaded the
entire FSU defensive unit to score the first Gobbler touchdown.
Reserve quarterback Ted Rodrique entered the game late in the
second stanza in an attempt to tie the ballgame. He did — within a
minute and a half Rodrique found end Bob Nellums in the end zone
with an arcing pass.
The Techmen bounced back in the final stanza with two touch-
downs and the possession of the ballgame.
Ted Rodrique, junior quarterback,
George Boyer, junior tackle,
vpi's late rally dumps tribe 20-7
Taking the handoff, an FSU back aims for a hole off tackle Note the block thrown by a Seminole lineman.
This appears tc be an easy night for Coach Nugent.
Maybe it wasn't so easy for one Seminole.
A prancing, dancing Miami speedster,
Lee Corso, dulled the fangs of a surprised
Wolfpack in Raleigh.
After a frustrating first half, which saw
the Seminoles penetrate the N. C. State lair
five times, Corso scored once and set up an-
other touchdown in the final half. The Wolf-
pack stopped Tribe drives on the 36, 22, 8,
12, and the 35 yard lines.
Corso bulled over from the 38 for the
first tally and Vic Prinzi passed to Bob Nel-
lums for the other tally.
stiff defense halts nc state 14-0
Lee Corso, senior quarterback,
Joe Holt, senior fullback,
Henderson, North Carolina
Bill Weaver, junior halfback,
Joe McGee, sophomore guard,
Raleigh, North Carolina
A little worse for wear, defensive standout Jce Holt is greeted by
and the rains began..
Early in the game, a Wake Forest kicker punts just out of
reach of a host Seminole defenders.
If first you don't succeed, try to jump over your blocker.
wake forest tied 14-14
Splattered with mud, a group of FSU reserves sit in the downpour awaiting another chance to get in the game.
This doesn't exactly qualify as that fall afternoon hike.
in soggy homecoming
A rain drenched Homecoming crowd of 14,000 sat in a steady
drizzle for two hours to watch the Seminoles exact a 14-14 tie from
All American candidate Bill Barnes scored both Deacon touch-
downs to match the Tribe pair. Barnes scored in the first quarter at
the climax of a 38 yard scoring drive, then again at the start of the
second quarter from the 216 yard line.
A pass interference penalty gave the Seminoles the ball on the
one, where two plays later, Lee Corso crashed for one Tribe tally.
Buck Metts scored from the four for the other F5U touchdown.
Late in the final quarter, Bob Nellums' attempted field goal,
sailed wide, and the game ended 14-14.
This Wake Forest tackle seems to be trying to
cha-cha with passer Lee Corso.
Bob Elliott, junior guard,
Billy Odom, senior halfback,
Leo Baggett, junior guard,
Two hours later, after the drenched crowd left, only
a few soggy reminders are left to testify to the 1956
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On one of Coach Nugent's patterned I -formation specials, tail back Bil ly Odcm takes the snap and behind a line of blockers, skirts right end.
The Seminoles invaded the spacious parenthesis of the huge
Philadelphia Municipal Stadium opposing one of the most vicious
passing attacks and the most frigid weather they had encount-
ered yet. The Villanova Wildcats, playing in familiar surround-
ings and familiar weather, threatened early in the first quarter
then bogged down.
Northerner Vic Prinzi struck back, scoring in the first
period. Reserve quarterback Ted Rodrique that got in the game
before the half ended, lofting a scoring pass to end Bob Nellums
in his first appearance in the game.
Another pass climaxed the FSU scoring for the evening.
Le Corso fired a pass to fullback Joe Holt from the Wildcat 9
to the end zone. "Automatic" Jack Sheppard split the uprights
for the Seminoles' third score. The final score . . . 20-13.
Coach Nugent ponders pensively
the play on the other end of the
Vic Prinzi, junior quarterback
Waverly, New York
Bill Musselman, junior tackle
Jerry Graham, sophomore tackle
canes halt seminoles 20-7
It took a long time to get started against Miami's Hurricanes,
but when they did, it took a 15-yard penalty to keep them from
scoring twice in the fourth quarter.
Left — Maybe it was the Hurricanes, the
Miami defense, or Andy Gustafson and
company, but Seminole followers swore
it was the black cat that led to their
Eddie Johnson, junior fullback,
Charleston, West Virginia.
Bud Leonard, senior center, Ocala.
Backs Joe Holt and Vic Prinzi eye
the struggle at midfield as FSU
stages a fourth quarter rally.
Time and time again, it was Ted Rodrique who
kept FSU rolling in that game before 36,000 in the
Orange Bowl. Twice in the final period, Rodrique kept
the Seminoles close to the goal line.
First Rodrique threw to Stan Dobosz for the touch-
down, but that was called back 15 yards by the illegal
shift penalty. The next scoring drive was more suc-
cessful, however, as Rodrique fired the Seminoles to a
first down on the two-yard line. Lee Corso plunged
over from there for the only score for the Seminoles.
Bob Thomas, sophomore tackle,
Bob Fountain, sophomore end,
Jim Arnold, junior end, from
Stan Dobosz, junior halfback, from
East Chicago, Indiana.
Halfback Renn relaxes before the game as trainer Don Falls
tapes his ankle.
There seems to be a premium en pigskin as Seminole Eddie
Johnson gets the jump on two Furman defenders.
The Seminoles scored the biggest coup of the year
as they scored the first time they got the ball, then
went on to overpower Furman, 42-7, before a Dad's
Day crowd of 9000.
Lee Corso and Bobby Renn were once again the
key to victory as Corso passed for two touchdowns and
rushed for 87 yards, while Renn scored twice and ran
for 119 yards.
fsu flays furman
Players' fathers burst with pride as FSU scores biggest Dad's Day victory in history.
A Southern defender upends Buck Metts along the sidelines.
Stan Doboz appears to be squirting out of the hands of a huge
last minute kick tops southerners 20-19
John Sheppard, sophomore extra
point kicker, Tallahassee.
The reliable toe of John Sheppard, which had successfully con-
verted 18 out of 19 extra point attempts, once again made the differ-
ence. Late in the fourth quarter, Sheppard kicked the point which
gave FSU the game.
Even though, the Seminoles had to fight off an inspired Southern
squad to win in the fourth period. In that final period, Southern's
huge quarterback Bobby Hughes tossed a dramatic touchdown pass
to end Pete Waits at the goal to set up the score. But a high pass
from center kept the Southerners from converting successfully.
Ham Bisbee, junior end, Sanford.
Gerald Phi Ip, junior end, Royal Oak,
powerful auburn halts
Only one obstacle seems to be in Bobby Renn's way to success
One of those freak plays that you only read about and never see happen, really happened
to the Seminoles against Auburn. The freak accident probably prevented FSU from defeating its
first Southeastern Conference team.
Shortly after an Auburn touchdown, FSU halfback Billy Odom took the kickoff and, finding a
clear field in front of him, set sail to the other goal. There was one obstacle in front — a team-
member, who ran in front of him and tripped him.
The only real Seminole score came midway in the third period as Len Swantic passed to Joe
Holt for the score.
A Seminole evades a host of Auburn defenders.
Len Swantic, senior quarterback,
Ron Schomburger, junior end,
Carmen Battaglia, junior fullback,
Niagara Falls, New York.
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THE 1957 SEMINOLE FOOTBALL TEAM
First row: Billy Odom, Stan Dobosz, Al Pacifico, Joe Holt, Len Swantic, Bud Leonard, Lee Corso, Buck Metts. Second row: Jim Arnold, Ham Bisbee,
Jerry Henderson, Wes Mmron. George Boyer, Vic Prinzi, Bob Nellums, Ted Williams, Melvin Pope, Bob Elliott. Third row: Bill Kimber, Bob Keys,
Bob Fountain, Carmen Buttaglia Bill Atkins, Ron Wetherington, Stuart Keith, Bob Renn, Gerald Philp, Millard Davis, Troy Barnes. Fourth row: Pat
Vesprille, Ed Johnson, Steve Holton, John Craig, Ron Schomburger, Ted Rodrique, Bill Musselman, Oather Taylor, Bob Thomas, Leo Baggett, Bill
Willie Gardner, junior tackle,
Stuart Keith, sophomore center,
S-E-M-l-N-O-L-E-S . . . fight!
The 1956-57 Cheerleaders. First row: Betty Lovan, Nancy Fowler, Judy Dekle, Donna Huggins. Second row: Jim Julian,
Sticks Steinberg, Dick Ainsworth, Charles Johnson.
Head Basketball Coach Bud Kennedy.
"One of the most barren futures ever," predicted
many of the FSU basketball critics. With the loss of high
scoring guard, Jim Oler, through graduation last year, and
only five lettermen returning, basketball coach Bud Ken-
nedy faced his most grueling schedule with a largely
The big question was — who is going to fill Jim Oler's
Before the season started, Coach Bud Kennedy said,
"I believe the boys are ready, though they are perhaps not
working as a unit as much as I'd like to see them yet."
In the early games, lack of unity showed. The Semi-
noles had but a 2-12 record to show at midseason.
But the Seminoles soon had a new heir apparent to
Jim Oler at guard. He was Hugh Durham, who began
rewriting the record books with a new school mark for
the most points in a single game, against Stetson, in the
new men's gymnasium.
seminoles wind up strong, but 9-17
FSU varsity basketball squad; front row, I. to r. : Tom Garcia, Darryl! Mahoney, Stu Gregory, Bob Williams,
Bob Ward, Fred Twomey, Bob Waites, Manager Jake Jacoby Second row; Coach Bud Kennedy, Hugh
Durham, Joe Williams, Merle Bryant, Joe Westhafer, Tommy Donovan, Larry Strom, and assistant Coach
This scene of Hugh Durham shooting his
two-handed push shot became a familiar
one to Seminole fans.
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Hugh Durham, guard,
Bob Waites, forward, Jacksonville.
Bob Waites leaps high in the air to lay up
another FSU basket.
Bob Ward, forward,
Stu Gregory, forward,
Joe Williams, guard,
soph star durham provides scoring punch
Larry Strom swings wildly to block a Loyola shot.
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Bob Casteel, center,
Bob Williams, center,
Tom Garcia, guard,
Durham put on a 43 point performance, which
cracked the old high of 42, set by Oler against Morning-
side College in 1956.
As a team, the Seminoles galvanized their efforts
behind the high scoring Durham. In their last 13 games,
the Seminoles caught fire and reeled off eight wins to
salvage a 9-17 season record.
Although the final record does not look particularly
distinguishing, a number of high spots may be noticed.
Early in the season, the luckless Seminoles traveled down
to Gainesville to meet the high riding Gators. With an
0-4 record, the Tribe faced a difficult task against the
Gators, who had yet to lose.
Somehow, against the current of partisan Gator jeers
and taunts, Bud Kennedy's charges checked the Gator
attack and mounted their own attack to hold a slim lead
for 37 minutes of the game.
Slowly in the waning minutes, the Gators hacked
away at the Tribe lead, until with three minutes to go, the
Gators forged ahead. Two and one half minutes later, the
Seminoles rebounded into a tie at 65-65.
Then with only seven seconds left, U of F forward,
Joe Hobbs heaved in a one-handed push shot from near
half court — and that was the game.
Final statistics show that Hugh Durham became the
second high scorer in FSU history to score more than 500
points in a season. His total of 509 tops the previous
sophomore standard of 468 set in 1 952-53 by Ham Wernke
for a 19.5 average per game.
Bobby Waits was second high scorer with a 14.5
average, and led the team in free throw accuracy with a
Center Larry Strom led the team in percentages of
successful field goal attempts with a .514 average. The
Jacksonville junior was also third high scorer.
55 Duquesne 70
64 Steubenville 79
54 West Virginia 89
66 Bradley 90
65 Florida 67
74 Texas A. & M 83
58 East Tennessee State 65
68 Georgia 72
75 Morehead State 97
108 Furman 96
58 North Carolina State 63
77 Miami 85
70 Stetson 97
104 Stetson S6
86 Georgia 63
84 Tampa 65
97 Rollins 94
63 Florida Southern 78
67 Florida Southern 73
96 Rollins 79
81 Mississippi Southern 72
79 Loyola 77
82 Miami 98
88 Tampa 57
74 Centenary 92
58 Loyola 83
Bobby Ward stretches for the tip as FSU squeezes
by Loyola 79-77 in the year's first meeting between
the two schools.
despite 9-17 record, we did look potentially good
Come on "ref," don't just stand there, blow that whistle.
frosh squad fails to produce ... but showed promise
The 1957 Freshman basketball team: Jim Savage, Charlie Rogers, Tom Adams, Mike Williams, Tom Gregory, Jerry Hohne, Jerry Alderman, Buddy
Cash, Ernie Langtord.
Tom Donovan, guard, Jacksonville.
Merle Bryant, guard, Evansville,
Head Coach Danny Litwhiler
A Seminole outfielder slides into third — a bit too late.
With a 19-6 record in tow, the 1957 version of the baseball
squad looks forward to the forthcoming NCAA district tourna-
ment with real lust in their eyes.
Winners of the Florida Intercollegiate Baseball champion-
ship and their own Florida State Invitational Baseball tourney,
the Tribe ranks as one of the top contenders in the South. Al-
though a shade shy of the 1956 mark of 24-5, the Tribe base-
ballers notched three new records in the record book.
The team logged 16 home runs as against 12 in 1956. They
stole 63 bases and scored 164 runs for two other records.
Bantam Dick Howser again led the team batting average.
Howser hit a lusty .364, with 29 RBI*s. Owen McCarron led the
team RBI department with 36 and hit .353.
Moundsmen Jerry Boxer and Jack Bristol sparked the
pitching department. Boxer finished with a 6-2 and a 1.85
earned run average, while Bristol won six and lost only one.
Athletic Director Howard Danford presents the championship trophy for the
1956 Florida State Invitational Tourney to Captain Max Long and Coach
Litwhiler as the second place Illinois Coach and captain look on.
Outfielder Lee Corso
The entire FSU baseball squad rushes off the bench to greet outfielder Riley Sievers
after his homerun.
Outfielder Riley Sievers
Outhfielder Owen McCarron
Infielder Carlee Hendrix.
Catcher Johnny Sheppard
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Pitcher John Ash
Infielder Dale Koch
Against a backdrop of the nearly deserted bleachers of the Tallahassee baseball stadium, a Seminole
batter connects with an LSU pitch.
Outfielder Fred Twcmey
A Seminole double play combination works out.
Opening the 1957 campaign with an unbeaten string
of 17 straight dual victories and a fifth place finish in last
year's NCAA tourney, coach Don Veller's golf squad were
ranked as one of the nation's best.
Justifying their followers acclaims the Seminole
linksman in early matches have compiled a record of 4-1
in dual tests and breezed home victorious in the Florida
State Intercollegiate Tourney.
Lettermen include new state champ Bunk Berry,
national left-handed champ Harry Shoemaker, national
quarterfinalist Bob Shave, Ed Jenkins, Billy Shelton, Jack
Veghte, Bob Shuman, and Dave Morris.
National Amateur quarterfinalist Bob Shave blasts out of a trap on the
golf team strongest in south
Captain Ed Jenkins lines up a shot on the last green.
Bob Shuman of Atlanta displays perfect follow-through on a two-wood
shot off the fifth fairway.
Matching scores after practice round are Bob Shave, Bill
Thornton, Jack Veghte, and Ed Jenkins.
The FSU golf team; first row: Rem Noble, Jack Veghte, Ed Jenkins, Bob Shuman, Bill Shelton. Second row: Coach Don Veller, Harry Shoemaker,
Bob Shave, Dave Morris, John Berry, Dick Parker, and Tuffy Parsons.
Coach Veller gives some final advice to number
Jenkins before the Florida match.
State Intercollegiate Champion Bunk Berry and freshman Al
Yancey work on their putting style.
Head Swimming Coach N. B. "Bim" Stults
The 1 957 mermen topped three existing records. A 200
yard medley relay team of Ryan Ray, Joel Jacobs, Don Lewis,
and Ken Abbott set the record in that event and went on to the
NCAA championship representing FSU. A new 400 yard free-
style record of 3:33.7 was set by Ken Abbott, Don Lewis, Ryan
Ray, and Jim Julian. Jim Julian bettered a six year old mark in
setting a new record in the 100 yard freestyle with 52.9.
Not only did the 1957 mermen win the Florida AAU, they
also took the Georgia AAU as well. The Tribesmen topped
Florida 86-78 in the Florida tourney. During the regular season,
the FSU swimmers split with the Gators, winning 46-40, and
Joel Jacobs, junior breaststroker, Fort Lauderdale
Seniors Mike Tschirret and Jim Julian confer before the
last meet in their four-year careers.
Ken Abbott, junior breaststroker, Birmingham, Ala.
Al King gives last minute instructions to record holding medley relay team of Julian, Tschirret, Jacobs, and Abbott.
vet studded squad cops state aau
Jim Wentworth, sophomore backstroker,
Jim Julian, senior freestyler,
Graham Teschke, junior free styler,
Don Lewis, junior freestyler, Daytona
Mike Tschirref, senior butterfly, Toledo, Ohio
Oops, the pool's empty!
Byron Rhodes, senior diver, Albany, Ga.
Glenn Thatcher, sophomore freestyler,
Rube Waddell, sophomare freestyler,
St. Louis, Mo.
Jim Justice, junior diver, Marianna
FSU's record holding 400 yard freestyle relay team check times with assistant coach Al
is, left to right: Ryan Ray, Paul Hammond Mike Tschirret, and Jim Julian.
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Howard Fillmore, sophomore breaststroker, Dearborn, Michigan.
Len Koeth, sophomore breaststroker,
Paul Kilbane, senior Freestyler,
New York, N. Y.
Fernando Lecuona, freshman, Havana, Cuba
Joe Taylor, senior, Philadelphia, Pa.
seminole's rafael lecuona
goes to Olympics
One of the top athletes at Florida State University and a participant in
the 1956 Olympic's gymnastics competition, is a bantam (5' 5" and 128
pounds^ citizen of Cuba. Rafael Lecuona of Havana, rates as one of the
outstanding gymnasts of the world. Three-time captain of the Cuban
Olympic squad, and recently voted his country's outstanding gymnast,
Lecuona graduates after four years as captain of the Florida State Uni-
versity gymnastics team.
As most average college gym teams go, one star should be enough.
But not for gymnastics coach Hartley Price; Dr. Price keeps a stable full
of gymnastics talent. Certainly it is not difficult to see why a Price-
coached team have managed to remain in the top five teams in the
A glance over the stars Dr. Price has developed reads like a record
book. To get some perspective of the 1956-57 squad, we must know
some former stars who have gained fame for FSU.
The original Florida State University gymnastics star was Bill Roetz-
heim, who won five individual national titles in 1951 and eight titles over
a period of three years at FSU.
One of the members of the present team, Jack Miles, won the NAAU
flying rings title in 1951 and tied for the national all-around in 1956.
Dr. Hartley Price, gymnastics coach
The 1956-57 Gymnastics team
gymnasts boast galaxy of stars
Ch;ck Cicio, scphcmcre, Brooklyn, New York
According to some, Don Holder, a member of
this year's varsity, is one of the greatest gymnasts
in U.S. history. Holder placed on the U.S.
Olympic squad as a freshman in 1952. He made
the Pan American team in 1956 and stands as one
of the Semmoles greatest point makers ever.
Three seniors who Dr. Price rates very high are
Jamile Ashmore, Joe Taylor and Ronnie Amster.
The bouncing Texan, Ashmore, won the NCAA
Calisthenics Championship in 1956. Tumbling is
his specialty, and he likes to teach tumbling to
Joe Taylor is hard to imagine as a gymnastics
champion. Tiny, only 5'9" and 140 pounds,
Taylor won the Florida and Georgia flying rings
title in 1953.
The third standout is Ronnie Amster, another
bantam (5'7" and 140 pounds) from Chicago,
Illinois, who won the NCAA high bar competition
Ronnie Amster, senior, Chicago, Illinois
Bob Murray, junior, Boston, Massachusetts
Larry Malmlin, freshman, Sweden
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Jamile Ashmore, senior, Dallas, Texas
Larry Bestman, senior, Chicago, Illinois
experience plus, brags
57 track team
Javelin hurler Jimmy Harrell tenses before releas-
ing the throw which may top 190 yards.
The year 1957 may well be remembered
as the "great track year" for track mentor
Mike Long. With his three high point men
of 1956 returning, Long is looking forward
to his best year at FSU.
Jack Terwilliger, high point man last
year, Joe Davis, who specializes in the low
hurdles and the broad jump, and Miler
Mike Conley, who holds the school record
for the mile, head the track congregation
The Seminoles took the non-conference
division of the Atlantic Coast Conference
Indoor Games on February 23 in their sec-
ond effort this year. They followed that
victory with a 102-36 defeat of Mississippi
Southern here on March 16.
Possible record breakers on this year's
squad are Lloyd Lassen, who set the school
mark in the high jump at 6'2", Don Ayres,
Warren Strictland, and Richard Elwood in
the pole vault, and Wes Minton, who holds
the school record in the high and low
A talented as well as versatile star, Seminoles
captain Joe Davis performs in the sprints, broad
jump, and low hurdles.
The 1957 track team, first row: team manager, Jack Terwilliger, Mike Conley, Pete Fraschetti, Don Ayres, Lloyd Lassen, Tenny Brown, Charley
Watson. Second row: Phil Royce, Chuck Hackney, Buddy Elliott, Jimmy Harrell, Mike Hillegas, Doyle Ruff. Third row: Coach Mike Long, Maurice
Kennedy, Tommy Chivers, Bobby Bryson. Harvey Hall, Richard Elwood, Billy Odom.
A syncronization of perfect timing and co-ordination is displayed by Jack Terwilliger and
Mike Conley as they start off the blocks.
fsu wins ace non-conference title
Relay man Ken Segner sprints for his team-
mate in the second lap of mile relay.
Irouched like a charging bear,
printer Doyle Ruff kicks away from
he starting block.
If humans could fly Seminole Bobby Bryson would be first in
line as he is in his specialty, the broad jump.
Rod Fields follows through in winning
This is no contest, the only ones in the race are Tenney Brown, Tom Chivers and Charley Watson ... all of FSU
Seminole star and high point-man Jack Terwilliger
displays customary form as he breaks the tape first.
Looks like there must be a piece of dirt on the
bar as Loyd Lassen examines it on another record
Freshman track team, first row: Ben Gecrge, Dave St. John, Ted Keen, Galen Kilburn,
Gary Buttner. Second row: Charlie Nye, Tom Keeney, Henry Worthman, Claude Griz-
zard, Tom Gregory.
Distance man Mike Conley exhibits
stride that has led him to set two
"Daddy, show me how," says miler Pete Fraschetti's son.
Every muscle fiber in Don Ayres' body strains to push him over the bar.
An FSU volleyball player leaps high to spike the serve against Stanford University
in the NCAA volleyball contest in Seattle in 1956.
Three Seminoles try to block a spike from a Stanford
player in the same tourney.
One of the most significant facts to be found
about the FSU volleyball squad is the multiplicity of
past and present All-American players. No other ath-
letic teams at FSU can claim as many All-Americans
as the volleyball squad.
All-Americans on the present FSU squad include
two-time All-American Berme McCann and Fehmi
Zeko who was named to the first team All-American
team in 1956.
Perhaps most of the credit can be attributed to
Coach Bill Odeneal, who himself was quite a volley-
ball player in his college days.
In charting the brief history of the FSU volleyball
fortunes, one can readily note the steady rise of the
volleyball squad from a name on a score card in 1949
to the National Intercollegiate Champions in 1955 and
a prominent contender ever since.
The 1957 Volleyball Team: kneeling: John Miller, Marvin McLean, Duane Eby, Fehmi Zeko.
Second row: Coach Bill Odeneal, Berme McCann, Gene Lewis, Edgar Barnett, Jim McFadder, Matt
A portion of the 1957 tennis team. Jack Crew, Bill Counts, Dave Tiedt, Oliver Cannon, Jack Curtiss, Pat Hey, Bill McKmney,
and Tom Woods.
Tennis Coach Keith Pitchford.
A lack of experienced men is the biggest shortcoming of the 1957
edition of the tennis team, Coach Keith Pitchford complains. The two top
men of last year's team graduated and only five lettermen returned. But,
of the five who returned, four were freshmen in 1956. Only Sonny Sellers
has had more than one year's experience on the team.
The five lettermen, besides Sellers, were Fred Sherrett, Lex Hester,
Frank Bryan, and Jim Maddox.
Letterrnan Jim Maddock sets himself for
a powerful serve.
Number 1 man, Fred Serrett volleys with
his opponent before the start of their
Sonny Sellers slams a backhand at team-
mate Jack Curtiss in a practice match.
Jack Crew, Delta Tau Delta, displays the
form he used in winning the fraternity
tennis singles title.
Alpha Tau Omega
Sigma Alpha Epsilon
Sigma Alpha Epsilon
Phi Delta Theta
Alpha Tau Omega
Sigma Alpha Epsilon
Alpha Tau Omega
Phi Delta Theta
Phi Delta Theta
Phi Kappa Tau
Two Methodist team mates warm-up for
the evening's volleyball match.
Sigma Alpha Epsilon
Sigma Alpha Epsilon
Phi Delta Theta
Phi Delta Theta
Lambda Chi Alp
Lambda Chi Alpha
Delta Tau Delta
Delta Tau Delta
Sigma Alpha Epsilon
Sigma Alpha Epsilon, fraternity basketball champs. Kneeling:
Phil Hunt and Jerry Donaway. Standing: Stan Lewis, Claude
Grizzard, Bob Fold, John Joiner, Dale Koch.
Cold fans bundle up together to watch the Delta Tau Delta-Alpha Tau Omega
touch football game.
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The Pi Phis in action against Chi Omega, before winning the volleyball
Pi Beta Phi volleyball champions; front row: Malinda Dixon, Marion
Davis, Ramelle Ellis, Nancy Fogo. Back row: Frances Carey, Jean
Magi] I, Nan Chamberlain, Dottie Hatton.
women's intra murals
First Sports Season
Winner: Pi Beta Phi
Winner: Bets Harrell and D. Darwick, Bryan Hal
Second Place, Ella Mae Miller and Hazel Burke,
Table Tennis Singles
Winner: Julie Milam, Kappa Alpha Theta
Second Place: Ruth Dowling, East Landis
Winner: Florida Hall
Second Place: Kappa Alpha Theta
Winner: Pi Beta Phi
Second Place: Kappa Delta
Second Sports Season
Winner: Zeta Tau Alpha
Winner: Joan Cascone, West Landis. Second Place:
B. J. Little, Kappa Alpha Theta
Pat Murphy lines up the shot as her Kappa Alpha Theta teammates
honoraries . . . clubs . . . student houses
Dr. Victor R. B. Oelschlager President
Prof. William Watson Vice President
Dr. Lynette Thompson Secretary
Dr. Burke Vanderhill Treasurer
Dr. Venila L Shores Historian
phi beta kappa
Mrs. Mary B. Alfriend
Dr. Charles W. Arnade
Mr. Stanley E. Asplund
Dr. William M Barrows
Prof. Ramona Cruikshank Beard
Natha S. Blount
Mrs. Lois H. Boggs
Dr. Irene Boliek
Dr. Ruth Schornherst Breen
Mr. Reno W. Bupp
Dr. Grace Edith Cairns
Dr. Doak S. Campbell
Dr. Margaret V. Campbell
Prof. John Elmer Champion
Mr. George Robert Clapp
Mrs. Charles S. Davis
Dr. Graydon S. DeLand
Dr. Ezda M. Deviney
Dr. Dorothy Dodd
Dr. William G. Dodd
Dr. Olivia N. Dorman
Dean Wilson K. Doyle
Dr. Ralph Drager
Mrs Richard Eide
Dr. James Watson Ellis
Dr. R. L. Eyman
Mrs. R. L. Eyman
Dr. Robert S. Fouch
Dr. Earl Frieden
Dr. Dwight B. Goodner
Dr. Viola Graham
Dr. Alex E. Green
Dr. H. C. Griffith
Dr. Ernest M. Grunwald
Mrs. Herman Gunter, Sr.
Dr. Marion J. Hay
Dr. Werner Herz
Dr. Dorothy L. Hoffman
Mrs. Katherine B. Hoffman
Dr. Marion D. Irish
Dr. Roy N. Jervis
Mr. Richard Joel
Dr. Michael Kasha
Dr. Winthrop Niles Kellcg
Dr. Lewis Martin Kill ian
Dr. William C. Kirk
Miss Olga Larson
Dr. Albert L. Leduc
Dr. John Edward Leffler
Dr. Ernest H. Lund
Dr. Kenneth Floyd McLaughlin
Mrs. Ralph McWilliams
Dr. M. Avramy Melvin
Mrs. Thomas Morrell
Dr. Myer Francis Nimkoff
Dr. Victor R. B. Oelschlager
Dr. Lynn E. Orr
Prof. Daisy Parker
Dr. May R. Parmeter
Dr. Malcom B. Parson
Honorable Claude Pepper
Dr. Robert Lee Plunkett
Dr. J. Russell Reaver
Dr. J. Paul Reynolds
Dr. Harold Richards
Dr. William Hudson Rogers
Mrs. Arthur Seymour
Dr. Venila L. Shores
Dr. Robert B. Short
Dr. J. R. Skretting
Dr. Elmer Smith
Miss Nancy Warren Smith
Dr. Gerald Speisman
Mrs. Sara Srygley
Dr. Lynette Thompson
Mrs Vincent Thursby
Dr. Lyman D. Toulmin
Dr. Burke Gorden Vanderhili
Dr. Hubert Odell Waldby
Dr. Francis R. Walton
Prof. William Watson
Dr. Betty M. Watts
Miss Miriam Wilson
Mr. Richard Burton Wilson
Dr. Eunice Work
Honorary Fraternity for Men and Women in Arts and Sciences
Founded William and Mary College, 1776
Alpha Chapter of Florida, 1934
Dr. Walter D. Smith President
Dr. Milton Carothers Vice President
Dr. Marian W. Black Secretary
Mrs. Hortense M. Glenn Treasurer
Dr. Margaret Campbell Corres. Journal
PHI KAPPA PHI
Mrs. Nelda C. Alderman
Miss Mary V. Alexander
Mrs. Betty White Bailey
Dr. Marian W. Black
Dr. Doak S. Campbell
Dr. Margaret V. Campbell
Dr. Milton Carothers
Mr. John E. Champion
Miss Martha G. Chapman
Mrs. Betty D, Culpeper
Dean Charles Davis
Dr. R. L. Eyman
Mrs. Ruth D. Ferguson
Miss Elizabeth Ann Gardner
Mrs. Azzurra B. Givens
Dr. Dwight Goodner
Dr. R. L. Goulding
Mrs. Hortense Glenn
Dr. Sarah Lou Hammond
Dr. Dorothy L. Hoffman
Dr. Richard Joel
Mr. Robert A. Kromhaut
Dr. Karl 0. Kuersteiner
Miss Olga Larson
Mr. L. Lisle, III
Dr. Kenneth D. Miller
Dr. Katherine Montgomery
Dr. Malcom B. Parsons
Dr. Gregg Phifer
Mr. Keith Pitchford
Mr. Paul Redfearn
Miss Louise Richardson
Dr. Robert B. Short
Dr. Walter D. Smith
Dr. Hazel Stevens
Dr. Hugh Stickler
Dr. Willian Stratton
Mrs. Marion C. Thompson
Dr. H. Odell Waldby
Dr. R. L. Witherspoon
Honorary Fraternity for Men and Women in General Education
Founded Nationally 1897
Mr. Frank Bean, Jr.
Dr. James F. Carr
Dr. Charles S. Davis
Dr. Louis Killian
Dr. R. R. Oglesby
Dr. J. Paul Reynolds
Dr. William Tate
Mr. Edward D. Whittlesey
National Men's Leadership Honorary
Selection to Omicron Delta Kappa, Na-
tional Leadership Honorary, is one of the
highest forms of recognition a male student
can receive on the Florida State University
Membership is extended to those who
have attained high standards of Character,
Scholarship, Fellowship and Leadership in
O.D.K. brings together members of the
faculty and student body on a basis of mu-
tual interest and understanding.
DAVE BACHMAN President
BOB PORTER Vice President
JOE PLANT Secretary
JIM RALSTON Treasurer
National Senior Women's Honorary
Mortar Board is a national senior women's
honorary established on the Florida State
University campus in 1925. The purpose of
the organization is to promote college loy-
alty, to advance the spirit of service and
fellowship among University women, to
promote and maintain a high standard of
scholarship, to recognize and encourage
leadership, and to stimulate and develop a
finer type of college women.
EMILY HUDSON President
GRETCHEN KERR Vice President
CARMINE RANIERI Secretary
POLLY SWAIN Treasurer
Mary Louise Peacock
Men's Leadership Honorary
Gold Key is a local Men's leadership honorary organization established in 1947.
Its purposes and objectives are four-fold: first, to honor those who have exemplified
the ideals of service, leadership and high scholastic standards; secondly, to organize as
a unit for further service to the University; thirdly, to stimulate continued leadership
among its members; and lastly to foster service as a worthwhile goal for all students.
BOB ELTING President
JIM SOLES Vice President
FRED ROBERTS Secretary
JIM RALSTON Treasurer
Garnet Key is a local women's leadership honorary organized in 1948.
The purpose of the organization is to recognize women students for their
outstanding contributions of leadership, spirit and service to the University,
and to promote those activities which foster the progress of the University.
Candidates for Garnet Key are tapped twice a year from the second
semester sophomores, juniors and seniors having an all-over average of 2.3
and being active in at least two extra-curricular activities.
GRETA SIMS President
NANCY CUBBON Vice President
ANN BOHLER Secretary
MARIAN BENSON Treasurer
Women's Leadership Honorary
Margaret Ann Baliinger
Benie Jo Cozart
Martha Sue Mizel
Betty Lou Whittle
in american colleges
Candidates for Who's Who are seniors who
have been nominated by a Student Govern-
ment committee assigned to choose leader id
■""■"■ fi< |, |' of i ,jrri| ir k i iti. ■ rJn r| then
voted on by their class.
Martha Sue Mizell
James E. Moore
Betty Lou Whittle
Margaret Ann Ballinger
First row, left to right: Jean Wicks. Ada Leigh Wall, Nancy Worrall, Ruby Combs, Nellie Manda.
Second row: Jan Kaminis, Maria Salgado, Audrey Flohe, Judith Anne Taylor, Lynnie Cavin, Pat Cale, Ellen Shaw, Linda Brinkley.
Third row: Nancy Jo Bowers, Sherry Nichols, Ethel Calhoun, Barbara Houston, Marie Locker, Nancy Key, Penny Appleby, Jeanne Magill,
Josephene Smith, Deanne Guthrie, June Lasseter, Ester Brown.
Not Pictured: Mary Armistead, Genevieve Bleichner. Julia Conkling, Janet Holler, Barbara Krogland, Dean O'Sullivan, Carol Terpening.
alpha lambda delta
Freshmen Women's Scholastic Honorary
NANCY WORRALL President
JULIE CONKLING Vice President
ADA LEIGH WALL Secretary
NELLIE MANDA Treasurer
Alpha Lambda Delta is a national scholastic honorary for freshmen
women established on the campus in 1 941 . The purpose of the organization
is to encourage superior scholarship among the freshmen women at Florida
Among its social events were assisting the Dean of Women with the
annual tea honoring the freshmen girls with a two point average or better,
and an initiation banquet for new members.
First row, lefl to right : Rosemary Stainback, Pat Talbott, Madaline Copeland, Winnie Mae Douglas, Mary Ann Benedict, Ginny Pepper, Barbara Eissey,
Marlene Brand, Patsy Mann, Marie Locker, Ruth Dickenson, Cinthia Lawrence.
Second row: Beth Bowen, Nancy Frey, Claire Green, Pat Starnes, Gina Gaski.is, Barbara Rouse, De Anne Head, Carol Uhlich, Dean O'Sullivan, Peggy
Buchanon, Neila Chapman, Mary Beth Roberts, Ethel Calhoun, Serena Shad, Nancy Person, Okie Jones.
Third row: Carolyn Bell, Nan Chamberlain, Eleanor Sweat, Nettie Black, Jan 3 Sal ley, Betsy Smith, Nancy Space, Sandra Rosenberg, Nancy Key, Sue
Gunderson, Nancy Worrell, Sara Ewing, Barbara B i Id, Ann Frick.
Fourth row: Desse Pinkard, Evie Morris, Betty Schwartz, Linda Bean, Julie Conkling, Barbara Mentzer, Delane Vincent, Pat Manning, Lynn Markhan, Laura
Chuk, Linda Rollings, Yancy Murray, Donnie Ann Davis, Lois Charlesworth, Judy Allen, Ginger Connor, Gretchen Oetchen, Nancy Heacock, Ada Leigh Wall.
Fifth row: Nancy Fowler, Judy Dekle, Pat Finlay, Nellie Manda, Liz Armes, Bobbie Ann Stang, Louise Justice, Lynne Cavin, Ellen Catron, Pat Wilder, De
Anne Bosemore, Carlene Hernngtcn, June Lassiter, Barbara Buckles, Barbara Thackston, Nancy Jo Bowers, Mary Alice Croft, Cora Hargrove, Jean
SANDRA ROSENBERG President
NANCY SPACE Vice President
NANCY KEY Secretary
BETSY SMITH Treasurer
Service Honorary for Women
Sophomore Council is a sophomore women's service honorary.
The purpose is to be of service to the university and its organizations.
During Orientation they welcome, acquaint and counsel new students.
Their projects include helping with the campus elections, raising
money for Campus Chest, acting as guides for visiting groups on
campus, and being of service to other campus organizations in any
way possible upon request.
PHIL KNIGHT President
BILL CLENDINEN Vice President
JOHN CALHOUN Secretary
RUFUS JENNINGS Treasurer
Service Honorary for Men
Alpha Council is a Freshman-Sophomore leadership honorary
established in 1952. Its purpose is to bring the future leaders of the
school together early in their college careers so they work with each
other in benefitting the university.
The organization provides guides and counselors during Orienta-
tion Week and actively promotes campus-wide activities.
First row, left to right: Bill
Bunker, Gerry Gordon, Bob
Kansky, Tom Pendray.
Second row: Jim Soles, Rufus
Jennings, Phil Knight, Bill Clen-
dinen, John Calhoun.
Third row: Bob Moren, Dale
Koch, Jack Montgomery, Cliff
Gwynn, Oliver Dickson, Charles
First row, left to right: Russ Parrish, Bob Johnson, Russ Alderman, Bob Dumke, Sonny Sellers, Miss Adams, Jack Champion, Chuck
Second row: Bill Donalscn, Don Bryan, Lloyd Campbell, Richard Percoco, Harold Euler, Charles Gottschalk, Mike Mullins, Roger
Third row: Ron Sommer, Bob Kansky, Tom Marks, Jack McQuestion.
alpha phi omega
bONNY SELLERS President
JACK CHAMPION Vice President
ROBERT DUMKE Vice President
CHUCK SCHWENK Secretary
BILL WRIGHT Treasurer
Alpha Phi Omega is a national service fraternity established on
the Florida State campus in 1951. Membership is composed of
students who have had previous association with scouting, either as
scouts or scout leaders, who have the desire to render service to their
fellow men and community and have a sufficient scholastic standing.
The purpose of the organization is to assemble college men in the
fellowship of the Scout Oath and Law, to develop friendship and to
promote service to humanity.
The Used Book Exchange is the chief service project for the
university. APO also sponsors the Ugly Man and Ugly Woman con-
test, provides guides for Orientation Week and an annual Easter Egg
Hunt for crippled children.
First row, left to right: Mr. Howard Abel, June Mildred Swearingen, advisor; Charles Matthews.
Second row: Alynne King, Lucy Council, Carson Edwards, Barbara Jeffries.
kappa delta pi
Education Honor Society
Kappa Delta Pi, National Education Honor Society, founded its
FSU chapter in 1925. Its purpose is to encourage high professional,
intellectual, and personal standards and to recognize outstanding
contributions to education. Members are selected on the basis of
commendable personal qualities, worthy educational ideals, and sound
scholarship. The society also endeavors to maintain a high degree of
professional fellowship among its members and to quicken professional
growth by honoring achievement in educational work.
The FSU chapter holds receptions to honor interns at the end of
each semester. It also sponsors, along with Phi Delta Kappa, the
Kappa Delta Pi-Phi Delta Kappa Summer Lecture Series.
HOWARD P. ABEL President
CHARLES MATTHEWS Vice President
ALYNNE KING Recording Secretary
CARSON EDWARDS Corresponding Secretary
DR. HARRIS DEAN Treasurer
tau beta sigma
Band Honorary for Women
CHARLOTTE ABNEY President
ALICE LUCAS Vice President
MYRA ANNE LAY Secretary
FRANCES WILSON Treasurer
Tau Beta Sigma is a national band honorary for women which
was established on the Florida State campus in 1955. It is now the
largest chapter in the nation with 40 active members. The purpose
of the organization is to encourage musical interests and abilities in
promoting band work among women students, to co-operate with
other musical organizations, and to promote better band-student body
First row, left to right: Tina Gifford, Nannie M. Christian, Nancy Jacobs, Betsy Pinkerton, Sara McMillin, Peggy Wilson, Pat Turpin,
Barbara Keesler, Anne Verran, Meta Viohl, Paula Parsons.
Second row; Florence Ashby, Phyllis Shaddick, Helen Brinson, Fran Wilson, Myra Anne Lay, Charlotte Abney, Alice Lucas, Jean
Thompson, Linda Bean, Patsy Zech, Willa Schmit.
Third row: Patsy Stephens, Agnes Nearing, Marietta Richardson, M
Hecht, Lillian Olsen, Carol Terpening, Ellen Starbuck, Jackie Hailey.artha Robinson, Polly Swain, Willa Bird, Barbara Jean Little, Pauline
First row, left to right: Bob Hipps, Roy McCance, Pat Stewart, Frank Fansler, Bill Taylor.
Second row: Mike Hipps, Howell Winfree, Carl Johnson, Ronnie Bell, Dale Jensen, Tony Swain, Bob Loughridge, Lee Knowles, John
Bracewell, Stanley Blosch, Ben Baldy, Charlie Turner.
Third row: Fred Boska, Phi! Posey, Dixon Redditt, Alan David, Jim C. Lyman Hammond.
kappa kappa psi
Band Honorary for Men
PATRICK DANIEL STEWART President
ROY HUGH McCANCE Vice President
FRANKLIN FANSLER Secretary
SID WILCK Treasurer
Kappa Kappa Psi is a national band honorary for men established
on the campus in 1955. It acts as host for visiting bands which come
to our campus and is a service organization for the University Band.
First row, left to right: Connie Rodabaugh, Lynn Shirley, Char-laine Ralston, Pauline Hecht
Second row: Dolores Symasek, Martha Baggett, Alice Lucas, Louise Gillespie, Martha Sue Mizell, Florence Ashby.
Third row: Shirley Wallace, Nancy Dvorak, Mary Dare Moore, Carol Terpening, Patsy Stephen, Helen Dunn, Ann Morse, Lorna Elder.
Fourth row: Carol Rehkop, Ellece Burns, Joan Jones, Linda Bean, Pat Turpin, Sandra Smith, Jean Wicks, Jean Thompson.
sigma alpha iota
Music Honorary for Women
CHAR-LAINE RALSTON President
CONNIE RODABAUGH Vice President
LOUISE GILLESPIE Secretary
CAROL OWEN Treasurer
Sigma Alpha lota is a national music fraternity for women
organized on the Florida State campus in 1947. Its membership is
composed of women who intend to make a life's work in the field of
playing and teaching music.
It sponsors the Light Opera Guild whose 1956 production was
"South Pacific," co-sponsors Campus Sing Weekend with Phi Mu
Alpha, and the annual Easter Vespers Program. It also provides ushers
for the Artist Series and for campus musical performances.
Music Honorary for Men
WILLIAM H. TAYLOR President
RAYMOND LIEBAU Vice President
PHILIP C. POSEY Secretary
DIXON REDDITT, JR Treasurer
Phi Mu Alpha is a national professional music honorary for men
established on the Florida State campus in 1949. The purpose of the
organization is to advance the cause of music in America; to foster
the mutual welfare and brotherhood of students of music; to develop
the truest fraternal spirit among its members; to encourage loyalty to
the Alma Mater; and to give recognition to outstanding worth in
Phi Mu Alpha co-operates with Sigma Alpha Iota in sponsoring
Campus Sing Weekend, and its members usher at University music
First row, left to right: John MacLean, Dizon Redditt, Richard Lehmann, Jerald McCollum, Jon Gilbert, Mike Hipps, Phillip Posey,
Dave Brmson, John Zilles, Ryan Edwards.
Second row: Stanley Blosch, Maurice King, Sheldon Torn, Ralph Nolen, William H. Taylor, Karl Mchr, Franklin Fansler, Jim McGoni-
gal, William Catledge, Lyman L. Hammond, Trellers G. Case.
Standing: Tommy Glennan, Tony Brittin, Jack Meader, Dick Adams, James Matson, Raymond Liebau, Lonnie Keene, Dale Jensen, Bill
Alton, Sid Wieck, Bill Prokop, John Bracewell, Robert Blanton, John Galea.
First row, left to right: Charlotte Patten, Joan Braden, Lisabeth Stainer, Dorothy Walling.
Second row: Phyllis Patten, Miss Eunice Grady, Janice Jarrett.
National Home Economics Honorary
JOAN BRADEN President
CHARLOTTE PATTEN ..Secretary
DOROTHY WALLING ..Treasurer
sigma tau delta
National English Honorary
RUTH ROGERS President
JUNE GRANT Vice President
KATHY BEEHLER Secretary
DONNA HARDY Treasurer
First row, left to right: Helen Anderson, Mary Louise Peacock, Greta Sims, Marian Benson, Polly Atwater, Mary
Second row: Barbara Ayala, Barbara Chambers, Dawn Sharp, Kathy Beehler, Ruth Rogers, June Grant, Martha
Swann, Mitzi McCullough.
Third row: Miss Sarah Herndon, Miss Blanche Trezevant, Dr. Dwight Burton, Robert Jones, Dr. Townsend, David
Raney, Dr. Hudson Rogers, Sylvia Willis, Dr. Claude Flory, Carolyn Close, Joan Cunningham.
TEDDY S. RYBICKI, SR. .President
SHUFORD M, FUTCH, JR.
First row, left to right: Professor Richaid E. Joel, Russ Parrish, Dick Palmer, Ted Rybicki, Ronald
Kosemund, Shuford Futch, Tony Avitable.
Second row: Ralph Peckham, Art Albrecht, William Munroe, James Olsen, Duncan Osborn.
alpha delta sigma
National Professional Advertising Fraternity
pi delta phi
National French Honorary
First row, left to right: Dr. Margaret Campbell, Lisbeth Stainer, Jane Maclntyre, Anne Bradbury.
Second row: Dr. Wilson Micks, Lomon Koos, Dr. Albert Leduc, Dr. Graydon Deland, Dr. Victor Oelschlager.
E. LOMON KOOS, JR. .. .President
■ i nm ■iiiiiHim
First row, left to right: Roger Berry, Sam McClain, Roy Wagner, Ed Nunez, Dusty Rhodes, Gordon Russ.
Second row: Jim Webb, Wilbur Bashaw, Ben Powell, John Legerton, Sonny Casca, Ray McCoy, Earl Peterson.
scabbard and blade
EARL PETERSON President
ED NUNEZ Vice President
SAM McCLAIN Secretary
BEN POWELL Treasurer
The supreme goal, the highest achievement of ail the brass shin-
ing, mirror gazing cadet officers of Army ROTC is to be selected as a
tap of the National Society of Scabbard and Blade. It is composed of
men who have proved, in the eyes of the military, outstanding leader-
ship and intelligence.
The national military honorary society now boasts a membership
of over 68,000 men spread over 96 colleges and universities. The
principal aim is to promote a feeling of unity among military leaders
and to maintain a high standard in the military activities of the corps.
This year Scabbard and Blade was responsible for making the
annual Military Ball an occasion to be remembered. The highlight of
the Ball for which Ray Eberle furnished the music was the crowning
of Miss Barbara Bishop as the 1957 ROTC Queen.
BILL KING President
MARGE TINDELL Vice President
RUTH HARVARD Secretary
GERRY FRANK Treasurer
First row, left to right: Nancy Cubbon, Marlene Matouk, Phil Johnson, Lois Friedman, Majorie Tindell
Bill King. Eli Ask.
Second row: Steve Kleid, Ron McCall, Jack Terwilliger, George Goldstein, Ethel Giffcrd, Sue Powell.
Dramatic Arts Honorary
phi alpha theta
National History Honorary
RICHARD C. LUKAS....
NORMA JEAN TEDDER
RICHARD BASSETT ....
Left to right: Richard Bassett, Dick Lukas, Jean Tedder, Gordon Speed.
CHARLES HERRON President
GEORGE BENNETT Vice President
ANN WALL Secretary
CAMERON McKNIGHT Treasurer
National Premedical Honorary
First row, left to right: Ann Wall, Charles Herron, George Bennett, Donna Hardy.
Second row: Robert Whittier, Troy Overstreed, Ruby Livingston, John Adams.
Third row: Lloyd Fish, David Salmon, Robert Meggs, Dr. J. Carl Reynolds.
First row, left to right: Maria Salgado, Mary Katherine McKeown, Jackie Wiggin, Dr.
Margaret Campbell, Gilbert Fernandez, Mary Elizabeth Wise, Edna Duggan.
Second row: Loretta Lewis, John Brown, Dr. Herbert Lacayo, Miss Marjorie Judy,
Dr. Victor Oelschlager, Dr. Graydon DeLand, Ann Bradbury.
Third row: Maryo Walters, Myra Anne Lay, Mauro Aramedia, Mary Lou Albrecht,
Sally McNutt, Betty Champeaux.
National Spanish Honorary
JACQUELIN M. WIGGIN President
GILBERT FERNANDEZ Vice President
PANSY STEELE Secretary
MARY KATHERINE McKEOWN Treasurer
First row, left to right: Dr. Hartley Price, Lynne Fizell, Gerry Lehner, Doris Gregory, Beverly Cude.
Second row: Chick Cicio, Charlie Christian, Janice Eberly, Roger Webb, Laird Anderson.
GERRY LEHNER President
FLOYD GANGLOFF Vice President
LYNN FITZELL Secretary
JUDY McCOY Treasurer
Gymnastica is a local honorary organized in 1955. Its purpose is
to promote and maintain constructively and artistically an interest in
gymnastics, to cultivate an appreciation for sportsmanship and to
further the development of gymnastics.
First row, left to right: Marilyn Murray, Donald F. Hampton, Marjorie Curtis, Edyth Hampton, C. C. Miller.
Second row: Bessie Cullison, Wanda Owen, Howard P. Abel, Margaret Dellinger, Ruth Laurene, Ann
Not Pictured: Rosetta Odum, Barbara Jeffries, Ellen Goodman, Nancy Ann Dittman, Glen Herrin, Martha
McLeod, Autumn Shannon, Carolyn Parish.
DONALD F. HAMPTON President
ROSETTA ODUM Vice President
MARJORIE CURTIS Secretary
EDYTHE HAMPTON Treasurer
pi omega pi
National Business Education Honorary
National Biological Science Honorary :
NEIL C. HULINGS President
DONALD W. DEVY Vice President
BERTIE PITTMAN Secretary
DICK JACKSON Treasurer
First row, left to right: Lovett Williams, Neil Hulmgs, Mary Ann Joyner, Bertie Pittman, Betty Linthicum,
Second row: Ray Damian, Louis R. Almodovar, George Grice, Leland Shannor, Robert Lynn, Mohassen Nejad.
gamma alpha chi
Women's National Professional Advertising Fraternity
Alpha Delta is FSU's chapter of Gamma Alpha Chi, Women's National Professional Ad-
vertising Fraternity. It was founded locally in 1952, to give its members experience in
advertising and the opportunity to meet people in the advertising profession. Each Spring it
selects an outstanding student and woman in the advertising field. It also assists with the
School of Business Reception and the Job-Getting Seminar. This year it sponsored a fashion
show for Campus Chest.
Alpha Delta received second place for chapter achievement at the Gamma Alpha Chi
national convention this year. It also placed second at the Fourth District Advertising Fed-
eration of America meeting for advertising achievements.
CLAUDETTE CARLEY President
NAN HENLEY Vice President
MARTHA BRIGMAN Secretary
JOAN HARMON Treasurer
First row, left to right: Nancy Buchan, Jane Sal ley, Pat Starnes, Barbara Dozier, June Si I lay. Second row: Janet Corley, Dr. Royal H. Ray,
Claudette Carley, Joan Harmon, Mrs. Royal Ray, Lois Stein. Third row: Gerry Lehner, Jo Ann Smith, Alice Turnbull, Gayle Utsey, Ruth
Fritchie, Helene Sinclair, Martha Hall, Bobby Jones. Fourth row: Betty Otey, Mary Ann Smith, Barbara Evans, Carole Clarke, Lois Friedman,
First row, left to right: Thomas Bruckner, David Sherman, Dorothy Hewes, Anna Hess, Earl Lee, George
Second row: Frank Bradbury Jr., John Champion, Dick Henderson.
pi mu epsilon
RICHARD T. HENDERSON
ED NUNEZ Vice President
ANNA HESS Secretary
RICHARD STRAUSS . . . .Treasurer
Faculty Vice President
National Mathematics Honorary
JOHN G. HARVEY President
JOHN T. MacLEAN.Vice President
CARL A. SCHULZ
First row, left to right: William T. Stratton, Margaret J. Schmidt, Martha 0. Lisle, Clifton N. Mills,
John T. Mac Lean, Carl A. Schulz, George W. Polites.
Second row: Stanley R. Bender, Donald V. Easter, Bruce J. McDonald, James W. Ellis, Charles W.
McArthur, Thomas L. Wade.
Third row: H. C. Griffith, Paul J. McCarthy, Eugene D. Nichols, Nicholas Heerema, Dwight B. Goodner,
H. Walter McCurdy, Joe M. Plant.
Not pictured: John G. Harvey, Robert L. Plunkett, James E. Snover, Howard E. Taylor, John L. Bagg,
Robert A. Krcmhcut, Ora S. Dromhbut.
FRANK FANSLER ' President
PHIL HUNT Vice President
ROSEMARY YARR Corresponding Secretary
SUE LOWELL Recording Secretary
BILL WRIGHT Treasurer
LAURA LEE Faculty Advisor
LUELLA RICHEY Faculty Advisor
MRS. ANNA GOODRICH House Director
First row, left to right; Arielou Johnson, Mary Frances Horn, Jill Jordan, Jeannine Talley. Second row; Mrs. Anna H. Goodrich, Bill Wright,
Pfil Hunt, Sue Lowell, Franklin Fansler, Rosemary Yarr. Third row; Laura Lee, Elaine Dick, Piatt Spencer, Meade Norman, Janet Jacob, Mike
Hamlin, Jean Jacob, Phyllis Halsey, Luella Richey.
The Christian Science Student Union is the organization on
campus which unites members of their faith in closer bonds of fellow-
ship. The group holds regular devotional services, and sponsors
Christian Science lecture on campus. In addition they maintain a
study room where all authorized Christian Science literature may be
read, borrowed, or purchased.
MARYANNE BENEDICT Sr Warden
CAROL DEAR Jr. Warden
ROBERT WESTBROOK Treasurer
REV. HARCOURT E. WALLER, JR Chaplain
First row, left to right: Willard Lynn, The Rev. H. E. Waller, Mary Ann Benedict. Second row: Jack L. Watson,
Lucile Turnage, William C. Holt.
wesley foundation council
EVELYN MOLL President
PAT WOLFE Vice President
JOYCE WEATHERUP Secretary
LOIS TICHENOR Treasurer
JANE CHAPMAN Attendance Secretary
KEN BRYAN Recording Treasurer
REV. AUSTIN HOLLADY Director
First row, seated on floor, left to right: Dot Walling, Jane Morris, Marian Bensen, DeAnn Head, Barbara Eissey, Ann Key. Second row,
seated on floor: Nancy Worral, Betty Spence, Mary Lou Campbell, Lois Charlesworth, Jane Soper, Evelyn Nettles. Third row, seated: Joyce
Weatherup, Pat Wolfe, Jane Chapman, Ken Bryan, Betty Hat.ton, Evelyn Moll, Lois Tichenor, Jan Kaminis. Fourth row, standing: Pierre Kil-
bourn, Arnold Greenfield, Richard Percoco, Austin Hollady.
baptist student union
First row, left to right: Ida Simmons, William R. Moyle, Jim Browning, Anne Embry, R. R. Oglesby. Second row: Fredna Haas, Virginia
Vaughan, Patty Robinson, Mary Alice Craft, Kay Bishop, Velma Ackerman, Sally Hukle, Barbara Mappin, Lola Johnson. Third row: Ken
Watkins, Ray Fountain, Don Hayes, Jack Champion, Cecil Johns, Jim Haywood.
This organization is the connecting link between the Baptist
student and the local churches. The Student House at 602 West Call
is called their "home away from home" as they gather there for fun
and fellowship as well as inspirational services. "Hobo" project, the
biggest project of the year, is an annual event when the students
do all kinds of work to raise money to send a student as a summer
missionary the following summer. For the summer of 1957, Velma
Ackerman is a Student Missionary to Hawaii.
JIM BROWNING President
VELMA ACKERMAN Enlistment Vice President
MARTHA TRICE Social Vice President
BARBARA MAPPIN Devotional Vice President
VIRGINIA VAUGHN Stewardship Vice President
MARY LOIS EDWARDS Promotional Vice President
PATTY ROBINSON Secretary
JACK CHAMPION Sunday School Representative
GLORIA PAYNE Training Union Representative
FREDNA HAAS Y.W.A. President
JIM HAYWOOD B.M.OC. President
BARBARA HOUSTON Music Director
SALLY HUKLE Baptist Players Director
LOLA JOHNSON : Publicity Director
KAY BISHOP LINK Editor
KEN WATKINS Life Service Band President
RAY FOUNTAI N Extension Director
MARY ALICE CROFT Librarian
DON HAYES House Chairman
CECIL JOHNS Intramural Director
MRS. IDA SIMMONS Faculty Advisor
DEAN OGLESBY Faculty Advisor
BILL MOYLE B.S.U. Director
ANNE EMBRY Associate Director
ELLA JO BILLINSKI President
BUSY McKEOWN 1 st Vice President
DICK AINSWORTH 2nd Vice President
MARY JOYCE MORGAN Recording Secretary
NANCY BARTON Corresponding Secretary
MARY LOU SNOOK Treasurer
TISH TAMBURINO Freshman Advisor
JEANIE BLIECHNER Parliamentarian
MISS KATHERINE CONLON House Mother
The Newman Club is a Catholic club that shall foster the
spiritual, intellectual, and social interest of the Catholic students of
Florida State University in this order of importance; weed them into a
common union; assist the Florida State University students whenever
possible; and aid by Catholic action through the Bishop and Diocese,
the work of the Roman Catholic Church.
First row, left to right: Charles J. Cunningham, Jr., Bob Gabler, Marcial Lavina, Carol Colombin. Second row: Vina Lee Scheffer, Scnya Petrow,
JoAnn Sinco, Rose Marie Ruskin, Jane Leone, Gay Al lard, Linda Ambrose, Loretta Garcia, Margaret Durack, Patti Shea, Jo Ann Beranek, Suzanne
Knight. Third row: Sylvia Wmtersdorf, Valerie Moloney, Maria Adela Maras, Tish Tamburmo, Mary Moran, Bitsy McKeown, Miss Kathenne Conlon,
Ella Jo Bilinski, Mary Lou Snook, Jean Bloichner, Madce Baya, Linda Dehner, Esther Friedheim. Fourth row: Louis Vertich, Sang 0. Park, Barbara
Ulrich, Nancy Barton, Frances Annis, Lydia N. Cosdoba, Maria Gaudier, Barbara Leper, Janet Coukart, Mary Langan, Fran Pette, Delores Joseph,
Marianne Ferlisi, Mary Wells, Nancy Smith, Janet Ray, Nida Chaizanien, Louis Schlitt, Susan Wood. Fifth row: John Heaton, James Maher, Bill
Westendick, Bert Benoit, Edward Duymter, Anthony Leone, Reggie Ivory, James P. Moore, Edwardo Hilgert, Bob Schlitt, Richard R. Heroux,
Donald J. Ray, Robert C. Mslcher, James D. Leone.
CASSIE LOVE Secretary
CAROL REHKOP Treasurer
REV. RICHARD P. LEHMANN
First row, left to right: Delphia Johnson, Cassie Love, David Reinhardt, Richard Lehmann, Jacqueline Jacoves.
Second row: Faith Weiss, June Forrest, Raymond Liebau, Pauline Hecht, Karen Dixon, Tony Klappas, Rev. Richard
Westminster fellowship council
First row, left to right: Gay Jackson, Ray McCoy, Barbara Rouse, Joe Westhafer, Greta Sims, Jim Kauffman, Sara
Pilcher. Second row: Lisbeth Stamer, Cecil Dunn, Linda Rollins, Dee Entenza, Ann Stickler, Sarah Jane Griffin
Third row: Louis Bashaw, Maurice Steinberg, Lois Bucholtz, Jack Taylor, Laird Anderson,
Not present: Alice McDonald, Donna Hardy, Harriet Morrill, Neila Chapman, Lee Liming, Kitty Wade.
GRETA SIMS President
JOE WESTHAFER .Vice President
First row, left to right: Ruth Ann Whittle, Greta Sims, Nancy Cubbon, Betty Lou Whittle, Marian Benson.
Second row: Jo Jones, Barbara Moore, Jane Chapman, Gloria Lantz, Barbara Jefferies.
These girls are Mortified, lacking only the scholarship require-
ment for membership in Mortar Board. Mortified is an informal
organization of girls chosen on the basis of leadership, character, and
activity. A friendly rivalry exists between the two organizations, as
Mortified taps one less person than Mortar Board to make itself more
exclusive. They do absolutely nothing on campus in the way of
projects or raising money, and limit their activities to parties to which
no one else is invited.
delta sigma pi
Professional Business Fraternity
WILBER D. PARKE President
HARRY PETRY Vice President
CHARLES SCARBOROUGH Secretary
JOHN McDERMOTT Treasurer
Delta Sigma Pi is an international professional business fraternity
established on the Florida State campus in 1949. Its purpose is to
foster the study of business in the university, to encourage scholar-
ship, social activity and the association of students for their mutual
achievement by research and practice, and to promote closer affilia-
tion between the commercial world and students of commerce.
It co-sponsors the "Job Getting Seminar" and a Salvation Army-
Clothes Drive each Spring.
First row, left to right: Paul N. Jula, John McDonald, Dan Kelly, Bert Daly, Joe Osborne, John Schwartz, John Schill, Bill Standley, Labon Chappell.
Second row: James K. Glenn Jr.. Jack P. Moskos, Bob Sommer, Charles Scarboroug, Edward J. Kercher, Wilber Parke, Harry Petry, Dr. Claude A.
Campbell, Stanley L Smith Jr. John E. McManus.
Third row: Gene Freshour, Sherwood Williams, Don Cooper, Jim Reese, Frank Flynn, Paul Petry, Jim Thomas Roy Moloy Allen Deas Harry Look,
William C. Byrd.
Fourth row: Marlin Waldorff, Dick Nelson, Bruce Woodruff, Donald Hickson, Gordon Merims, John D. McClellan, Bob Muse, Bob McCall, Carroll
Barwick, Robert Brubaker.
Percy L. Steele, Jr., president of the Beta Psi Chapter of Alpha Kappa Psi.
Professional Business Fraternity
Alpha Kappa Psi is a national professional business fraternity
organized on the Florida State University campus in 1949. The mem-
bers are pledged to foster scientific research in the fields of com-
merce, accounts and finance, educate the public to appreciate higher
ideals therein, to promote and advance in institutions of college rank
courses leading to degrees in business administration, and to further
individual welfare of its members.
First row, left to right: Joseph P. Farls Jr., John G. Deal, Phillip J. Sarris, Kiatibasm Xato,
John B. Joiner Jr.
Second row: Russell Anderson, Carl Stover, Landress Rowel I, Robert MacLean, James
Crombie, Leonard Gledhill, Joseph Schmidt Jr., Ira Ghsson, Robert Wilson.
Third row: Charles Lockhart, Walter Elliott, Sam Chudnofsky, Edward Buchart, Graham
PERCY L. STEELE, JR President
M BENNETT HUNLEY Vice President
CHARLES L. WATFORD, JR Secretary
WILLIAM C. COLEMAN Treasurer
Monthly banquet held at the Quaker House Restaurant.
The Chapter has been very active this year starting early by
assisting during Orientation Week, and also by co-sponsoring the
School of Business' Reception and the annual Job Getting Seminar
which is directed by the Office of Vocational Guidance and Place-
ment. Another activity in which they have actively participated was
assisting the national organization in establishing a new chapter at
Stetson University. A sports series in football, basketball, softball and
volleyball was started this year with their rivals, Delta Sigma Pi,
which will be an annual event.
First row, left to right: Joe Swann, Frank Bradbury, Charles Richardson, Jim Bradford, Everett Richardson, Bill Brown, Dick Delaplane, Jim Hedman,
Dick Schhpf, Dave Sherman.
Second row: Larry Brock, Lamont Wynn, Dr. Wesley Harter, Ben Hunley, Bill Coleman, Percy Steele, Charles Watford, Roger Berry, Prof. John
Ewing, Prof. Elmer Schick, Don DeWbody, Ed Weatherby.
Third row: Joe Moffa, John Martin, Larry Zuber, Dave Young, Fred Tyson, Neal Robinson, George Peacock, Charles Best, Gene Stivender, Dick
Henderson, Wayn Limkeman, Bill Ryan.
Fourth row: Ed Hutchison, Jim Julian, Bob Hays, George Babcock, Durwood Smith, Lee Bethers, Fred Hodges, Bennett Stephens, Frank Scheible,
Bob Suggs, Dixon Robinson, Hilton Haley.
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First row, left to right: Wallace Yeager, Jim Julian, Jim Arnold.
Second row: Phil Bach, Gordon Davis, Gordon Vi liars, Jerry Keeney.
Third row: Sonny Shaw, Buddy Jordan, Joe Trawick, Richard Bynum.
JIM JULIAN President
TOM RAMSEY Vice President, Treasurer
GORDON DAVIS Secretary
James Gi Hard
Gordon Vi liars
The purpose of the Cavaliers is to teach dan.cing, to promote
campus social events, host dances and other social events. They
conduct dance lessons for six weeks each semester, from which
members are tapped and initiated. They are judged on: dancing
ability, general appearance, reputation and personality.
JANICE GROSSER President
SYLVIA WHITE Vice President
CONNIE CHILLURA Secretary
GAIL CREWS Treasurer
Cotillion is a national social organization. It gives free dance
lessons to the students of FSU, holds an annual dance, and works
with Cavaliers jointly for dance improvement on the campus.
First row, left to right: Gloria Harris, Patty Mickey, Peggy Wright, Sara Hobbs, Jeanyne Herring, Ginny White.
Second row: Edmane Muniz, Sandra Sears, Joan Cunningham, Janice Grosser, Connie Chillura, Doris Gregory, Claire Dardis.
Third row: Cathy Gryder, Carolyn Griffin, Donna Huggins, Betty Brown, Janet Phelps, Joni Vincenti, Rosemary Stainback, Joe Ann Bennett, Sara
Mann, Barbara Watscn, June Rogers.
Net pictured: Faye Moses, Dot Bancker, Sylvia White, Joan Strickland, Paula Parsons, Dot Johnson, Gail Crews.
MRS. BOBBY WARD President
MRS WILLIAM WALKER Vice President
MRS. PAUL REDFEARN Secretary
MRS. LELAND BETHERS Treasurer
Jo Anne Ward, President
Student Wives Organization
The Dames Club promotes friendship and provides opportunities
for social contacts and cultural development. Their programs included
variety shows with all the entertainment by the Dames, auction of
homemade articles, fashion show with the Dames as models, speakers,
demonstrafions and tours.
First row, left to right: Laura Jockel, Ruth Scheible, Diane Ryan, Ann Wadkins, Carole Newall, Alice Caldwell, Suzanne Farren.
Second row: Fran Wright, Pat Dorsey, Jackie Walker, JoAnne Ward, Wanda Bethers, Alice Redfearn, Marlene Sealy.
Third row: Shirley Kofoed, Jean Pillsbury, Joanne Paulk, Margaret Radin, Yvina Fernandez, Eleanor Haley, Patricia Martin, Roxa Roberts.
First row, left to right: Bill Ryan, Dr Donald Lundberg, Daniel Trocme, Phil Sarris.
Second row: Merle Johnson — Faculty Advisor, Frank Cangelcsi, Mane Locker, Ashby Stiff, Julio Rive', Eva Saws, Bill Moody, Martha Ann Hall —
Third row: Jack Le Grand, William Walker, Dave Meadcr, Joseph Osborne, Lonnie Blaine, Fred Ford. Carl Lofstrom, Bob Elting, Joe Fclsom, Harold
JULIO RIVE President
LEO TIERNAN Vice President
ASHBY STIFF 2nd Vice President
FRANK CANGELOSI Corresponding Secretary
LARRY MURAL Recording Secretary
EVA SASS Treasurer
Scullions is a local social organization which was founded on this
campus in 1951 to develop a unified spirit; to satisfy the needs of
students and alumni; and to support and initiate such projects that
will further their interest of a common goal in academic, social and
professional fellowship. This organization is made up of those who
are majoring in Restaurant and Hotel Management.
First row, left to right: Barbara Emmett,
Nancy Cubbon, Jackie Stecker, Jane Hm-
son, Pat Starnes, Toots Janes, Barbara
Hendrix, Mary Beth Roberts.
Second row: Beverly Laurent, Beverly
Brown, Becky Glass, Ann Printup, Mary
Ann Hannah, Frandy Dugan, Jean Hayden,
Martha McGmnis, Patty Bruce.
Third row: Anita Anderson, Betty Lou
Whittle, Sally Coulter, Nancy Fowler,
Mary Bowen, Chris Jinacchio, Dorothy
Goodwin, Joanne Thompson, Janie Pas-
Fourth row: Kay Davis, Alison Templeman,
Patty Mohlhennch, Nancy Person, Ruch
Shuman, Denise Johnson, Nancy Key, Vicky
Walter, Mary Walter.
First row, left to right: Hattie Lee Guer-
rant. Patricia Mitchell, Meredith Martin,
Martha Douglass, Mary Louise White,
Mary Lynn Patterson, Sara Clardy, Sandra
Second row: Jane Kelly, Wendy Fairning-
ton, Malinda Dixon, Toni Harar, Jackie
Tyler, Patty Mickey, Mary Monroe, Sarah
Monroe, Jackie Soud.
Third row: Patty Baker, Joyce Combs,
Nancy Jones, Sharon Walter, Sharon Wal-
ker, Sharon Watkins, Patti Hackett, Kath-
erine Ball, Burrelle Strickland, Barbara
Bishop, Mary Jane Cooley.
Fourth row: Carline McDougold, Lea
Starry, Norma Brown, Marilyn Teare, Su-
san Brand, Betty Brown, Arna Moore,
Lynn La Grange.
SARAH JANE GRIFFIN President
ELAINE BREWTON Vice President
LAYTE BOWDEN Secretary
DEBORAH HILL Treasurer
Village Vamps is a social honorary composed of girls chosen for
their poise, personality, and attractiveness to act as hostesses for the
First row, left to right: Layte Bowden, Sarah Jane
Griffin, Deborah Hill.
Second row: Elaine Brewtcn, Jeani Kitchens, Joar
CAROLYN WOODWARD President
CAROLYN SMITH Vice President
LYDI A PATTERSON Secretary
JACK PITZER Treasurer
First row, lett to right: Tomma Nan Hill, Jane Cox, Miss Louise Galloway, Kamil Farid, Murray Berman, Ellen Drane, Shirley Millon.
Second row: Mr. John Clemens, Miss Sarah Reed, Jane Fulton, Betty Martin, Carolyn Woodward, Carolyn Smith, Lydia Patterson, Mr. Robert Clapp,
Dean Louis Shores.
Third row: Louise Singleton, Mrs. L. Rahn, Mrs. Ruth Rockwood, Mae Talbot, Caroline Everett, Caroline Williamson, Sue Anne Maxwell, Nancy
Oexle, Sarah Tubb, Dorothy Ann Young, Ann Pennington, Geraldine Baumgartner, Mr. Harold Moreland.
Fourth row: Louise Stem, Jim Nation, Margaret Ann Nation, Jack Pitzer, Bob Jones, Mrs. Elizabeth Urban, Mr. and Mrs. Cox, Iris Teutor, Dick
Potter, Miss Mary Alice Aunt, Dr. Otis McBnde, Mr. William Quinly.
Soltas is a local professional club of the library school, estab-
lished for the furtherance of the profession of librarianship and spon-
sorship of opportunities for social and professional contacts for the
students engaged in the study of their profession.
This organization holds annual Halloween and Christmas Parties,
entertains the visiting librarians and prospective library science majors.
First row, left to right: Yolanda
Husztv, Marjorie Pipkin, Peggy Paf-
ford, Caroline Pittard.
Second row: Laura Jones, Joyce
Stocking, Sharon Poyser, Margaret
J. Latshaw, Frances Annis, Mary
Esther Powell, Nancy Ruth Trimble.
Third row: Robert K. Armstrong,
David E Mathis, Edith Cody, Caro-
lyn Collins, Sonya C. Petrow, Patty
A Preston, Mary L: Stephens, Jane
Turner, Charles Matthews, Sheldon
E. Fretwell, Jr.
First row, left to right: Le Merle
Hart, Beverly Eregert, Mary Anne
Turpin, Jeannette Burnsed, Grace
Von Tongeln, Mary Ann Reeder.
Second row: Joan Martino, Barbara
Lou Homer, Martha Martin, Caro-
lyn Rice, Gay Allard, Delphia John-
son, Margaret Janz.
Third row: Dr. S. T. Lastinger, Fac-
ulty Sponsor: Raymond Clyde, Wal-
ter Merle Deland, Raymond L. Mc-
Coy, Dons Hisler, Marion Helen
Hartley, Elva Sears, Sally Matthews,
Bob Painter, James L. Morrison,
state scholarship holders club
MARY ANNE TURPIN President
RAYMOND C. CLYDE Vice President
DORIS HISLER Recording Secretary
JEANNETTE BURNSED Corresponding Secretary
LOUIS BASHAW : Treasurer
The purpose of the Scholarship Club is to serve holders of Gen-
eral, House, Lewis, and Senatorial Scholarships; to serve Florida State
University, and to help high school students interested in the profes-
sion of teaching and in securing State Scholarships. Among their
projects are free tutorial service to all students of the University,
sponsoring and carrying out a planned program for exceptional chil-
dren on West Campus.
First row, left to right: Dr. S. T. Lastmger, Mary Sweeting,
Miss Agnes Johnson, FEA, Elinor Newman, Bill Donalson.
Richard Percoco, Publications; Marjorie Painter, Newsletter;
Carolyn Painter, Newsletter; Marlene Brand, Merit Certificates;
Bob Armstrong, Membership; Robert E. Martin, Parliamentary
ELI NOR NEWMAN President
WILLIAM R. DONALSON Vice President
MARY SWEETING Secretary
MERLE DELAND Treasurer
FTA is a national organization established to acquaint students
with their profession. FSU's chapter is the largest in the State of
Florida, and the fourth largest chapter nationally. Among their
projects are toys and food which they provide for underprivileged
families in Leon County and they run a book loan service for students
who cannot afford to buy their own books.
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A branch of the American Home Economics Association, FSU's Home Ec Club
provides domestically inclined females an opportunity to get together periodically and
exchange ideas and recipes.
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First row, left to right: Nancy Goodwin, Annette Peel, Harriet Adams, Annette Mcintosh, Rhoda Howe,
Second row: Barbara Ulrich, Claire Jaeger, Priscilla Sloan, Jean Williams, Mary Frances McKinney, Jackie
Third row: Barmell Bledsoe, Susan Fehlberg, Carol Neff, Jean Perry, Nancy DeFore, Janellen Osborn, Mary
Elizabeth Green, Bette Clow, Sandra McGlothlin, Flcrrie Roberts, Rachel Tyler.
CLAUDETTE CARLEY President
FREDNA HAAS Vice President
JACKIE BOUDER Secretary
NINA WILLIAMS Treasurer
First row, left to right: Nina Williams, Laura Murrell, Barbara J. Dozier, Lola Johnson, Jacque Bouder,
Fredna Haas, June Stoutamire, Claudette Carley, Bernice McCullough, Phyllis Shaddick.
Second row: Nida Chaixanien, Lillian Congdon, Jean Holderbach, Carolyn Painter, Sara Ann Coulter,
Carol Turner, Gerry Puryear, Karen Kane, Beverly Welch, Patty Robinson, Barbara S. Evans.
Third row: Miss Ann Gardner — Sponsor, Helen Clark, Cecelia Norris, Linda Carroll, Phyllis Stephens,
Ruth Ann Ivey, Jeanette Garrett, Cynthia Lawrence, Laura Jones, Monty Gillham, Sally Snare, Ruth
Fritchie, Ann Cellon, Betty Spence, Betty Haas, Rosemary Stamback, Marie Gauger, Mrs. Eleanore Adam.
First row, left to right' Patti Andrews, Marion Davis, Nancy Fogo, Lynn Chamberlin, Madge Strain Linda Broderick, Pat Hartness, Ann
Wall, Jackie Bird
Second row: Nancy Johnson, Patti Armstrong, Carolyn Bell, Fiona Lantz, Pat Rooney, Pat Malseed. Martha Grizzard, Betty Ann McGown.
Third row Joan Cascone, Clare Gilchrist, Doris Holt, Dolores Vi I late, Sue Thomas, Ann Grayson, Tony Moore, Sally Reed, Mary Ed Williamson.
Fourth row: Nadine York, Billie Stokes, Lanara Stewart, Carolyn Mullis, Sue Ford, Mollie Carroll, B. J. Walker, Mary Birdie Howard, Jean
women's "F" club
PAT ROONEY President
FLORIA LANTZ Vice President
PAT MALSEED Secretary
CAROLYN BELL Treasurer
The purpose of the Women's "F" Club is to cooperate with the
Women's division of the University Recreation Association in pro-
moting women's athletic activities, and to contribute to the develop-
ment of high ideals and university spirit among the students on this
They also render services to the university and the community
through their many projects. Some of these projects being Home-
coming decorations at the gates, fountain and queen's float, Christmas
party for the underprivileged children, a serenade for old folks' homes
and hospitals, box supper for Campus Chest and the Hungarian
Student Fund Raising Project.
J UAN LOPEZ President
ALI EL ATRASH Vice President
MARIE LOCKER Corresponding Secretary
PATTY CONKLIN Recording Secretary
TAICHI IKETANI Treasurer
First row, bottom to top: Faiza Fawaz, Taiichi Iketani, Raul
P. de Guzman, Mrs. Frahk, Eva Sass, Levente Osvath, Frank
Bean, Domingo Cmtron.
Second row: Carlo Colmbini, Kamil Farid, Jeanette Burnsed,
Prakash Sood, Karima Fario, Marcil Lavina.
Third row: Hans Plendl, Chuan Chieh Shen, Joyce Perry,
Gisella Wolters, Audrey Flohe, Nancy Crouse, Basis Tarladgis.
First row, bottom to top: Christina Oliveira, Nida Chaixanien,
Smuan Paeprabhatr, Alfredo Ruiz, Joaquin Hennquez,
Fernando R. Davilo.
Second row: Socn Torn, Lydia Cordoba, Jessie Branscomb,
Pilar Jaspe, Liz Cleary, Susan Wood, Kay Pieper.
Third row: Georgy Garrett, N. V.V.J. Swamy, Manuel R.
Carvo, Pedro Qulooga, Eduardo Hilgert.
First row, bottom to top: Eddie Yudhasastrakosol, Ike
Yudhasastrakosol, Charin Yudhasastrakosol, Akellan Sastry,
Second row: Praphakorn Yudhasastrakosol, Tavon P. Pipat,
Khan M. Shamshad.
Third row: Ramesh Bhatnager, Ester Marting, Luis A. Paniza,
JIM NEDLEY President
JOHN BYRD Secretary
DR KEN MILLER Treasurer
First row, left to right: Carl A, Schulz, John Byrd, Jim Nedley, Walt McCurdy, Harold Luce.
seminole flyers club
EM I LY HUDSON President
KAY SUE DeCUBELLIS. . . .Vice President
PHYLLIS LANGFORD Secretary
VELA DIAMOND Treasurer
First row, left to right: Mary Sweeting, Peggy King, Peggy Foster, Barbara Emmett, Nancy Stech,
Marjorie Moreland, Barbara Moore, Ethel Wainright.
Second row: Barbara McCartney, Manice Davis, Vela Diamond, Emilie Hudson, Kay Sue DeCubelis,
Patricia Ann Wyatt, Betsy Voorhees, Carolyn Steele.
Third row: Marjorie Painter, Elinor Newman, Jay Parcell, Mary Ann Lassiter, Joan Shearouse, Sandra
Hancock, Anne Elliott, Diane Latimer, Ann Kelly, Mary Sue Barnette, Mary Jane Albert, Eleanore Irvin,
Charlina Pierce, Sylvia Willis, Deanne Bazemore.
Fourth row: Ruth Johnson, Madeline Johnson, Fay Pendleton, Susie Tyler, Gail Hicks, Jennie Lind
Williams, Marilynn Mason, Cecelia Norris, Ann Williams, Selby Allen.
VIRGINIA NESMITH VAUGHAN
JUNE B. STOUTAMIRE. . Vice President
PHYLLIS SHADDICK Secretary
CAROLYN BELL Treasurer
First row, left to right: Phyllis Shaddick, June Stoutamire, Virginia Vaughan, Ann Kykard, Cherry Corbin.
Second row: Peggy Johnson, Mary Frances McKmney, Mary Jane Hodges, Betty Ann Henley, Elva Sea r s,
Laura Murrell, Loretta Kirkpatrick.
Third row: Florrie Roberts, Nida Chizianien, Helen Clark, Anna Lois Clark, Gail Burdsall, Rose Marie Pratt.
4 h club
Junior Affiliate of the National Council of Teachers of English
JOAN CUNNINGHAM President
JACK ROGERO Vice President
MYRA JEAN PORTER Secretary
JEAN LINEBAUGH Treasurer
First row, left to right: Mary Carlgill, Mrs. Evelyn S. Gray, Martha Swann, Myra
Second row: Joan Cunningham, Jack Rogero, June Grant.
NANCY BUCHAN President
BARBARA EMMETT Vice President
LIZ STAINER Secretary
SARA DELL Gl BSON Treasurer
Student Fashion Institute is an organization whose main purpose
is to provide a professional interest group for those interested in
fashion and to make available facilities to meet the educational needs
of the group. This year they organized a corps of models selected
from the membership who model for the local stores and for university
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First row, left to right: Aurelia Pitts, Lola Johnson, Martha Steenbergen, Carol Graetz, Charlotte Stoker, Marilyn Johnson, Mary Ann Smith, Donna Hardy,
Donna Huggms, Joan Shearhouse, Elsa Heckendorf,
Second row: Eleanor Cain, Jc Ethel Sewell, Nancy Denham, Nancy Jones, Kay Desmond, Caryl Ann Bodme, Katherine Ball, Alice Turnbull, Gayle Utsey,
Reed Lewis, Pat Mariotti, Joan Heller, Jeani Kitchens.
Third row: Jacque Bouder, Helene Sinclair, Gale Sammons, Gerry Lehner, Lisbeth Stainer, Barbara Emmett, Nancy Buchan, Sarah Dell Gibson, Mickey Cole,
Betty Anne Earl, Lucile Massey, Aldene Evers.
Fourth row: Liz Schrr.itt, Ehse Newberry, Sandra Handcock, JoAnn Smith, Lois Kuster, Doris Casbon, Elizabeth Dell, Dixie Works, Beverly Russell, Sylvia
Hommer, Mary Hillgrubbs, Carolyn Davis, Lilliam Congdcn, Sally Lou Carlson, Roe Sheldon, Jeri Bradfield, Paula Cole, Jean Thompson.
Fifth row: June Si I lay. Mary Lou Suhrer, Jackie Bird, Barbara King, Joy McMillan, Judy Williams, Helen Mathis, Dolores Lapperty, Patsy Stewart, Betty
Benton, Vicky Walters, Mary Walters, Sue Bower.
First row, left to right: Joseph VerDerver, Marvin Garrett, Searle Selmon, John Riley, Roy Wynn, Werner Ammann
Second row: Joseph J Palazzo, L. A. Rumsey, Paul Wright, Margaret Clement, Jack Beaver, Mike Kelly.
Third row: Donald Penn. Troy Reeves, Harold Delorey, Dick Blackwell, Dick Schlipf, Harry Petry, Gerald Hendnx, Jerry Cigarran, Richard
Fourth row Jimmy Davis, Jack Lewis, Bill Whitehead, Ronnie Smith, James O'Brien, Chester Newton, Carl J. Koppeis, Robert West, Edgar
JOHN E. BEAVER President
PAUL A. WRIGHT Vice President
MARGARET E. CLEMENT Secretary-Treasurer
LOUISE McCLURE President
ANN DUNCAN Vice President
PAT TURPIN Secretary
TOMMY CLENNAN Treasurer
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First row, left to right: Patsy Stephens, Jeannine Talley, Louise McClure, Patricia Turpin,
Second row: Jen Bradfield, Ann Duncan, John Galea, Tommy Glennan, Ann Morse, Patricia
Gregory, Aurelia Pitts.
Third row: Carol Owen, Lynn Shirley, June McCaski II, Sandra Davis, Nancy Dvorak, Connie
Rodabaugh, Bill Hiscock, Allen Putlan.
Fourth row: Joy Pate, Joan Wells, Juliana Bell, Florence Ashby, Nancie Carson, Frances
Ellinwood, Katharine V. Allen, Lois Schnwor — Sponsor.
social work club
JOAN STECKER President
PAT MANNING Vice President
SANDRA FLETCHER Secretary
JANE CHAPMAN Treasurer
First row, left to right: Barbara Curtis, Sue Massey, Bobbie Canter, Nancy Stech, Babs Trayer, Johnnie
Second row: Gloria Lantz, Maxine Hannon, Sandra Fletcher, Jean Stecker, Pat Manning, Patsy Hirt,
Third row: Avis Todd, Charles Newman — Advisor, Margie Williams, Lois Lieberman, Barbara Casalvieri,
Ruth Dowling, Barbara Burkhardt, Sylvia Kearson, Susan Kelsey, William L. Leap.
Fourth row: J. Robert Grant, Ray Fountain, Elaine Suber, Tantris Bledsoe, Motsy Cunningham, Mary Lou
Yearty, Beverly MacKenzie, Bert Benoit, Robert T Lansdale.
ART MOORE Chairman
HANK McCANN Vice Chairman
BARBARA CHAMBERS Secretary
PATTY PASCIAK Treasurer
First row, left to right: Ruth Dickenson, Barbara Cham-
bers, Patty Rasciak, Jan Davis.
Second row: Bill Wright, June Sillay, Paul Ort, Claire
Bevis, Hank McCann.
KARL EDWARDS Chairman
RUTH WILLIAMS Secretary
JOAN HARMON Treasurer
Student Party heads consult with Justice Stephen
O'Connell. Left to right: Justice Stephen O'Connell,
Jim Soles, Polly Atwater, Karl Edwards.
The purpose of the Student Nurses is to promote professional
and social unity among the student nurses of FSU; to afford an
opportunity to discuss student problems; to prepare for participation
in the professional nursing organizations; and to encourage participa-
tion in student nurses' associations on the state and national level.
SARA EWING President
MARJORIE SCOVILLE Vice President
AVIS HOWE Recording Secretary
JACKIE HOMER Corresponding Secretary
LAURA BROWN Treasurer
First row, left to right: Blondell
Sewell, Helen Brinson, Angela Lee,
June Rogers, Barbara Rouse, Carol
Second row: Mary Lou Moore, Jac-
queline Sutor, Jackie Homer, Avis
Howe, Sara Ewing, Marjone Sco-
vi lie, Laura Brown, Barbara Tucker,
Mary Alice Wilcox,
Third row: John Speranza, Mar-
garet Robinson, Rebecca Wester,
Mary Lou Collier, Delores Eby,
Julia Conkling, Joyce Perry, Bar-
bara Stoutamire, Ruth Hackathorn,
Edith Ura, Marvin Harvest.
Fourth row: Winona Ziel, Toby Os-
lin, Gail Johnson, Gail Burdsall,
Sandra Dail, Martha Harter, Caro-
lyn Colbert, Cassie Love.
First row, left to right: Susan
Himalstein, Sandra Parnell, Patricia
Lieb, Sandra Sue Gilber, Doris Nel-
son, Jeanette Bowen, Sue Marcotte.
Second row: Georgia Sampson, Su-
san Klein, Thelma Perkins, Carole
Burns, Susan Lipscomb, Raenid Per-
kins, Athena Kopnias.
Third row: Marianna Ccwlr, Carole
Leap, Elizabeth McCuskey, Joyce
Lorrane Fletcher, Barbara Loper,
Mildred Pumphrey, Marjorie Brown.
First row, left to right: Bob Taylor, Earl Blakely, Ron Beliech, Brad Chism, Second row: Jane Wiley,
Martha Grizzard, Gene Fuller, Anne Preston, Jim Kauffman, Sally Dices, Bill Phillips, Charlie Mason.
Third row: Coach Jack Haskin, Bruce Proccer, Sarah Redling, Carol Riley, Harriet Highschool, Sue Herndon,
Fay Moses, Dick Chambers, Peter Perciville, Dr. William Tait.
GILBERT FERNANDEZ President
ALFREDO TONDO Vice President
MARTHA CUEVO Secretary
GLORIA MELTZER Secretary
JERI BRADFIELD Treasurer
DR. HERBERTO LACAYO Sponsor
Members: Marty Cuevo, Carlos Lundt, Nancy Denham, Kay Pilcher, Arlene Ritchie, Connie Spato, Betty
Lou Rosen, Cynthia Pohl, Margaret Latshaw, Loreita Garcia, Pilar Jospe, Pat Van Hyning, Marilyn Bacque,
Martha D. O'Steen, Richard Watson, Elizabeth Coleman, Norma J. Pakz, Virginia Kirkland, Martha Dancy,
Irene Fernandez, Gerry Cizarrou, Diana Ayala, Martha Sessions, Don Spiney, Leonora Rowe, Lydia Cardoba,
Eduardo Hilgert, Tommy Loeb, Felix Rodriguez, Ruben Cancepcion, Domingo Cmtron, Jane McEntyre,
Carolyn Emery, Joyce Parry, Alice Ginnand, Ellen Rowe, Wayne Huddkeston, Sylvia Smith, Jeri Bradfield,
Gil Fernandez, Lillian' Haavind, Alfredo Tondo, Gloria Meltzer, Pedro Zuloaza, Alice Lintz, Madge Jensen,
Mauro Aramendia, Daniel Huerto, John Brown, Tenny Brown, Jose Henriguez, Madge Boya, Jack Mann,
Dianne Kearns, Cynthia Plochelman, Juan Lopez, Maria Adela Moras, JoAnn Budd, Judy Ramsey, Helen
Starling, Kay James, Nancy Foga,
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Alpha Council 31 1
Alpha Delta Sigma 319
Alpha Epsilon Delta 322
Alpha Kappa Psi 334, 335
Alpha Lambda Delta 309
Alpha Phi Omega 312
Art Shows 218
Artist Series 220, 221
Baking Science b Management Club 350
Billy May b Band 222
Board of Publications 47
Campus Chest 226-229
Campus Queens 148, 149
Class Officers, Senior 61
Class Officers, Undergraduate 103
Dames Club 338
Delta Sigma Pi 333
Cawthon, North 54
Cawthon, South 54
Florida Hall 54
Jennie Murphree 52
Landis, East 53
Landis, West 53
Senior Hall 55
West Hall 55
Epsilon Chi 348
"F" Club, Women's 345
Fashion Institute 349
Flambeau 40, 41, 42
Flyers Club 347
Four H Club 348
Alpha Tau Omega 186, 187
Delta Tau Delta 188, 189
Kappa Alpha 190, 191
Kappa Sigma 192, 193
Lambda Chi Alpha 194, 195
Phi Delta Theta 196, 197
Phi Kappa Tau 198, 199
Pi Kappa Alpha 200, 201
Pi Kappa Phi 202, 203
Sigma Alpha Epsilon 204, 205
Sigma Chi 206, 207
Sigma Phi Epsilon 208, 209
Sigma Nu 210, 211
Tau Epsilon Phi 212, 213
Theta Chi 214, 215
Future Teachers of America 343
Gamma Alpha Chi 325
Garnet Key 307
Gold Key 306
Hall of Fame 98-101
Home Economics Club 344
Interfraternity Council 153
International Club 346
Kappa Delta Pi 313
Kappa Kappa Psi 315
Les Jongleurs 321
Little 500 246
Los Picaros 354
Louis Armstrong 223
Miss FSU 140, 141
Miss FSU Court 142-147
Mortar Board 305
Music at FSU
Campus Sing 257
Choral Union 249
Lab Band 254
Marching Chiefs 252, 253
See the Wind 256
South Pacific 255
University Singers 249
University Symphony 250, 251
Women's Glee Club 248
Omicron Delta Kappa 304
Omicron Nu 318
Phi Alpha Theta 321
Phi Beta Kappa 302
Phi Kappa Phi 303
Phi Mu Alpha 317
Phi Sigma 324
Pi Delta Phi 319
Pi Mu Epsilon 326
Pi Omega Pi 324
Recreation Club 354
Religious Student Houses
Baptist Student Union 329
Christian Science 327
Gamma Delta 331
Newman Club 330
Ruge Hall 328
Wesley Foundation 328
Westminster Fellowship 331
Scabbard b Blade 320
Scholarship Club 342
Schools b Colleges
Arts b Sciences 16
Business 1 8
Home Economics 27
Public Administration 25
Social Welfare 24
Sigma Alpha lota 316
Sigma Delta Pi 322
Sigma Tau Delta 318
Smoke Signals 43
Social Work Club 351
Sophomore Council 310
Alpha Chi Omega 154, 155
Alpha Delta Pi 156, 157
Alpha Gamma Delta 158, 159
Alpha Omicron Pi 160, 161
Alpha Xi Delta 162, 163
Chi Omega 164, 165
Delta Delta Delta 166, 167
Delta Gamma 168, 169
Delta Zeta 170, 171
Gamma Phi Beta 172, 173
Kappa Alpha Theta 174, 175
Kappa Delta 176, 177
Phi Mu 178, 179
Pi Beta Phi 180, 181
Sigma Kappa 182, 183
Zeta Tau Alpha 184, 185
Speech Productions 224, 225
Golf 282, 283
Intramurals 298, 299
State Party 352
Honor Court 37
Men's Vice President 34
Off Campus Court 39
Traffic Court 39
Vice President 35
Women's Vice President 34
Student Nurses 353
Student Party 352
Tau Beta Sigma 314
Theatre Dance 219
Village Vamps 340
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