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1958 TALLY HO STAFF
EDITOR IN CHIEF .... EVIE MORRIS
MANAGING EDITOR .... PATTI MURPHY
BUSINESS MANAGER .... ARLENE SARGENT
ASSISTANT BUSINESS MANAGER .... PHIL KEMBLOWSKI
CLASS EDITOR .... DESSE PINCKARD
GREEKS EDITOR .... SIDNEY TALLEY
CAMPUS EVENTS EDITOR ... LIZ SCHMITT
CAMPUS EVENTS EDITOR .... MONTY GILLHAM
SPORTS EDITORS .... TOM HALE, JIM MACINTYRE
PHOTOGRAPHERS .... DICK PARKS, LES CHILDS, BOB MEIER, TOM SAWYER
ART AND LAYOUTS .... YVONNE STREETMAN, MARGARET MCLEAN
PHOTOGRAPHY EDITOR . . . BARBARA BERTOLETT
EXCHANGE EDITOR .... NANCY DENHAM
COPY EDITOR .... HELEN WHEELER
Florida State University President, Robert Strozier.
Dr. Robert M. Strozier
One of the foremost educators in
the country today, Dr. Strozier came
to Florida State from the University
of Chicago where he was Dean of
Originally from McRae, Georgia,
President Strozier married the
former Margaret Burnett of Denver,
Colorado. The Stroziers have three
children: Robert, Jr., a 1957 gradu-
ate from the University of Chicago
High School; Charles, 13; and Ann,
10, both of whom are students in
the University School.
At present. Dr. Strozier is a con-
sultant to the United States State
Department on the Educational Ex-
change of Students, a member of
the Board of the International
House of Chicago, and President of
the International House Associa-
tion. In addition, he is Chairman of
the Fellowship Committee of the
LaFayette Foundation (a private
organization which awards fellow-
ships to French Students for studv
in the U.S.), and a member of the
Executive Committee of the Na-
tional Association of Deans and
Advisors to Men.
The current year has marked a
memorable chapter in FSU History.
The faculty and student body an-
ticipate future success under Presi-
dent Strozier with enthusiasm and
Getting acquainted with his new office, President Strozier looks over the day's work.
Governor LeRoy Collins
LeRoy Collins, Florida's first governor to be elected for two consecutive terms, took office in 1954
to serve the final years of the unexpired term of the late Governor Dan McCorty.
Governor Collins became, in addition, the first Florida candidate for the governorship to win a
first-primary victory, and was re-elected for a four year term by a record vote. His political ex-
perience prior to this includes eighteen years of service in the State Legislature.
Under the leadership of Governor Collins, Florida has greatly promoted educational advance-
ment, peaceful uses of nuclear energy and has expanded agricultural and industrial research. The
state economy, under his leadership, is growing toward a balance on the "three sturdy legs of in-
dustry, agriculture and tourism."
Dr. A. B. Martin
Board of Control
Board of Control Members
Hon. James J. Love, Chairman
Hon. S. Kendrick Curnsey
Dr. Ralph L. Miller
Hon. James D. Camp
Hon. J. J. Daniels
Hon. William C. Gaither
Dr. R. R, Ogelsby, Dean of Students
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Dr. Donald Loucks, Dean of Men
Miss Katherine Warren,
Dean of Women
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Miss Florence Bethea, Acting Director of Libraries.
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Miss Jane Adams, Director and Hostess.
Dr. Melvene D. Hardee, Coordinator of Counseling.
Dr. Ruth E. Taylor, Acting Chief Physician, University Hospital.
Miss Elizabeth Lynn, Assistant Dean of Women.
Mr. O. B. Powell, Assistant Coordinator of Counseling.
Left, Mr. Edward D. Whittlesey,
Director, Public Relations.
Above, Mr. Charles H. Wolker,
Left, Mr. R. K. Shaw, Treasurer and
Below, Dr. W. Hugh Stickler, Director,
Educational Research and Service.
Left, Dr. Kenneth F. McLaughlin,
Director, University Test Service.
Below, left; Mr. John T. Flournoy,
Director, Personnel Records.
Below, right; Mr. R. G. Brewer,
Assistant Dean of Men.
Dr. Charles C. Davis, Dean, College of Arts and Sciences
The College of Arts and Sciences administers the gen-
eral education program which is required of all students
and offers general and liberal training in the humanities,
social sciences, and natural sciences. This broad general
background is being demanded more and more by
leading industries and business corporations.
Training is offered for semi-professional programs,
including medical technology, guidance counseling, and
government services; as well as in liberal arts and the
sciences. Pre-professionol training is provided for the
fields of law, medicine, dentistry and engineering. Stu-
dents register in the College of Arts and Sciences who
plan to major in any of the twenty-two basic fields or
who are undecided about a major field of concentration.
Graduate programs in various departments have
achieved national, and in some cases, international
recognition. A student may work toward a master's de-
cree in any department of the College and toward the
doctor of philosophy degree in eleven of the departments.
Both undergraduate and graduate students in the
School of Education may pursue programs leading to
teaching careers in nursery, kindergarten, elementary,
secondary and junior college; in special education, guid-
ance, and personnel work; as specialists in adult, art,
driver, health, industrial arts, language arts, mathe-
matics, modern language, physical, science, social
studies, and vocational education; as school administra-
tors and supervisors; as teacher educators; and as school
finance, building, transportation and research specialists.
As an integral part of its program for teacher educa-
tion, the School maintains the University School, in-
cluding kindergarten through grade twelve. Special care
is taken to coordinate the theory presented in education
courses with practice in the school. The University School
is dedicated to providing rich educational experiences
for the students attending. Observation and limited
participation in the school by students are for the pur-
pose of seeing theory in action, in a carefully organized
Dr. Mode L. Stone, Dean, School of Education
Strategically located in a
rapidly expanding area of the
United States, FSU's School of
Business has an eye toward the
future. Business is looking for
more favorable economic, social
and political environments, and
projections of economic growth
show that business is moving
southward. It is estimated that
3,000 new plants with at least
one million dollars' investment
will decide to build in the south
within the next ten years.
The factor that will ultimately
determine the success of business
in the industrial south is compe-
tent management. Thus, the
growth in southern industries
must be paralleled by an increase
in education for business.
Young men and women find it
advantageous to enter business
through a well-designed educa-
tional program. The foundation
for a business career is best es-
tablished by completing a pro-
gram of general education, fol-
lowed by emphasis upon ability
to analyze business data, reason
intelligently, make value judg-
ments, and to develop a sense of
high moral responsibility.
Dr. Charles A. Rovetta
Dean, School of Business
The School of Music endeavors to offer the
best educotion in music available anywhere in
the United States. Realizing the increasing in-
fluence of music on the citizens of this coun-
try, it would seem evident that outstanding
men and women from this field should assume
teaching responsibilities at Florida State Uni-
versity. This plan has been followed in the
School of Music, Thus, the best student talent
and ability has been attracted to this campus.
It is the purpose of the School of Music to
help all students regardless of their degree of
advancement. To this end, the general public
is served by several hundred public perform-
ances each year, the regular University stu-
dent is invited to sing and play in any of the
music organizations, the undergraduate music
major may choose from the eleven curricula
offered, and the graduate student is guided
in a number of areas of music study to the
highest degree — the doctorate.
In addition to serving each year as hosts to
a number of state meetings, the School of
Music sponsors the FSU Music Camp, the
Southeastern Music Workshop, Band Day and
the String Clinic each year.
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Dr. Karl 0. Kuersteiner, Dean, School of Music
Dr. Milton W. Carothers, Dean,
Florida State's rapidly expanding Graduate
School has programs in all departments of
the University except the School of Nursing.
Doctoral programs are offered in music, edu-
cation, home economics, music education,
government, humanities, Spanish, English,
biological oceanography, botany, zoology,
chemistry, physics, meteorology, sociology,
public administration, physiology, psychology,
speech, and marriage and family living edu-
cation, counseling and research.
Special facilities for graduate students have
been provided in the new library and in the
Graduate School Building.
Various research projects offer valuable ex-
perience and financial assistance to graduate
students. They may also apply for a limited
number of Graduate Fellowships. Graduate
Assistantships are available through each de-
partment, and include teaching duties along
with the course of study.
Dr Louis Short-'i, Deori, Library School
L i b
Librarianship is fundamentally concerned
with the dissemination of ideas and the study
of all the media of communication. Librarians,
therefore, make up one of the main compon-
ents of the psychological army. FSU graduates
are serving all over the world in libraries and
information centers of the United States De-
partment of State and of the Armed Forces.
The introduction of bibliographers on the
staffs of college and university libraries has
stimulated a new demand for Ph. D. librarians,
doubly trained in library science and the hu-
manities, the sciences or the social sciences.
There is also a great demand throughout the
United States for librarians in the high schools
and elementary schools.
FSU has the only nationally accredited pro-
fessional Library School within a radius of five
hundred miles of the center of the state. Its
program leads to the basic master's degree,
which may be completed in one calendar year.
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Dr. Coyle E. Moore, Dean, School of Social Welfare
Programs of education and training on
both the undergraduate and graduate
levels are offered by the School of Social
Welfare for those preparing for jobs in
social work, social welfare, mental health,
criminology and penology, and marriage
and family counseling. Many students
majoring in social welfare qualify to
teach social studies in high school or
teach in the elementary grades. Other
students combine a major in social wel-
fare with the equivalent of a major in
psychology, political science, journalism,
sociology or public administration. Many
pre-ministerial students and pre-low stu-
dents also find social welfare an excellent
undergraduate major, as basic prepara-
tion for their professions.
The Marriage and Family Living divi-
sion of the School offers a number of
courses ranging from "Preparation for
Marriage" to "Marriage Counseling"
that prepare people for choosing motes
wisely and for intelligent parenthood. In
all its programs, the school ties up theory
with practice through field trips, demon-
strations, workshops and internships.
Dr. Wilson K. Doyle, Dean, School of Public Administration
The objectives of the School of Public Administration are to train those seeking managerial careers in
national, state or local government; to give pre-law training; and to help train good citizens.
Although the School is relatively young, it has gained wide recognition, drawing students from various
parts of the nation and from foreign counties. It has developed a program of instruction with a number of
pioneer features, including the use of noted government officials in the classroom and on internship plan
that gives students actual administrative experience. In government, as in business, administration is
the unifying cord that runs through all programs at all levels. As administrative skills are vital in a com-
plex society, there is a growing demand for graduates of the School of Public Administration. They are to be
found OS budget officers, personnel officers, administrative assistants, city manogers and in similar posi-
tions in the federal, state and local governments.
Putting principles into practice is a
feature of the lab-clasi^^roorn orr^nge-
ment of the School of Journalism. In
editorial, advertising, and television-
radio classrooms, journalism students
learn by doing. This practical instruc-
tion is supplemented by work on stu-
dent publications as well as summer
internships in communications media.
Great interest in photojournalism
has developed with the establishment
of a chapter of Kappa Alpha Mu, na-
tional photographic fraternity, on the
FSU campus. A course in illustrative
photography has been added to serve
students majoring in art and related
The Institute of Medio Research
was established this year with Dr.
Sidney Kobre as head; the program
of investigative studies was broadened;
classrooms and offices in the Journal-
ism Annex and the advertising lecture
rooms were air conditioned; and addi-
tional radio and audio-visual facilities
Dr. Laurence R. Campbell, Dean,
School of Journalism
Dr. Margaret R, Sandels, Dean, School of Home Economics.
The School of Home Economics offers courses deol-
ing with the problems of the home and the community
as its contribution to general education. It provides
specialized training for the professions growing out of
former home activities and engages in investigation
and research on the subjects falling within its area.
Students interested in the sciences may major in
nutrition, food technology, textiles or household ad-
ministration. The students with artistic ability may
find that a major in interior design or fashion design
is more to their liking; while students interested in the
social sciences may specialize in child development,
family relations or combine a major in nutrition with
courses fitting them for public health careers. The
teacher of home economics, the home demonstration
agent or the commercial home economist are other
possibilities for a career in this area.
All departments are housed in the spacious build-
ing which was designed for the School of Home Eco-
nomics and completed in 1956.
Miss Vivian M. Duxbury, Dean, School of Nursing
N u r s i
The FSU School of
Nursing is the only one in
the state approved for
Federal Traineeships and
now has enrolled many
students on both state
and federal scholarships.
The School offers two
programs; both include
the full general educa-
tion requirements of the
University, giving the pro-
spective nurses a solid
foundation on which to
base their professional
The Bachelor of Sci-
ence in Nursing includes
a basic program designed
for people with little or
no previous training in
nursing, and gives them
experience in working
with hospital patients and
with public health work.
The Bachelor of Science
in Nursing Education pre-
pares those nurses who
are already registered for
leadership in public
health, teaching, super-
and other related areas.
Although the first nurs-
ing students were not ad-
mitted until 1950, grad-
uates already number
over one hundred and are
to be found in many for-
eign countries, as well as
in the United States.
Col. Howard J. Withycombe.
The Army ROTC program
offers G student the oppor-
tunity to combine his military
duties with academic prepara-
tion for his future career.
Training follows the general
Military Science curriculum
and consists of two years basic
and two years advanced
courses. Completion of the
program leads to a reserve
commission of second lieuten-
ant in any branch of the Army;
distinguished military students
may receive appointments to
the Regular Army.
Aims of the program are to
prepare young men for posi-
tions of command and to de-
velop in them essential knowl-
edge and characteristics of an
officer. Subjects common to
all branches of the Army are
included in the curiculum, such
as psychology of leadership,
personnel management, mili-
tary administration, map and
photograph reading, military
operations and logistics, weap-
ons and their uses and the
procedures relating to com-
mand and staff.
Objectives of the Air Force
ROTC unit are to attract the
highest type of personnel into
the US Air Force and its civil-
ian components; to develop in
all cadets an understanding of
modern warfare and the place
and function of air power in
the defense of the United
States; and to qualify AFROTC
cadets to perform duties nor-
mally expected of a junior Air
The basic course is design-
ed to familiarize the student
with the characteristics of air
power, weapons and operations.
Other activities provide cadets
with the opportunity to parti-
cipate in the cadet band, drill
team, rifle team and news-
Advanced cadets who quali-
fy for pilot training are given
thirty-five to forty hours of
flight instruction during their
Lt. Col. Charles H. Calhoun.
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Publications and Student
Student Body President
Checks and balances, a grand old American tradition, hallmark the
University Student Government, which is comprised of Executive, Leg-
islative and Judicial bodies. The duties of each of these divisions are
outlined in the Student Body Constitution.
The Executive Branch is composed of the President, three Vice Presi-
dents and the President's Cabinet. The first two are elected in a general
vote of the student body; the last is appointed by the President with the
Men's Vice President
Women's Vice President
PRESIDENT'S CABINET, clockwise: Arnold Greenfield, President; Liz Parker, President's Secretary; Jack Taylor, Secretary of Finance, Joan Harmon,
Secretary of Elections; Ronnie Blue, Assistant to the President; Pat Finlay, Secretary of the Interior; Dick Crawford, Secretary of Student Welfare;
Bob Johnson, Secretary of Organizations; Sylvia Kearson, Secretary of Student Events; Art Moore, Attorney General; Priscilla Moss, Secretary of State;
Joyce Weatherup, Secretary of Honor.
Highlighting the accomplishments of the Execu-
tive branch this year are the revision of the Campus
Chest program, extension of the University scholar-
ships and loans, improvement and expansion of
the University telephone system and a cheaper and
more effective insurance plan for students. Other
projects include a board on Health Service com-
posed of students and Infirmary staff members, a
Parent's Week planned for Circus Weekend in the
spring and a more ambitious Student Artist Series
Student Body Vice President
Women's Senate, row one: Edna Black, Mary Louise Edwards, Diane Latimer, IVlirth Kirby, Ada Leigh Wall. Row two: Yolanda Huszty, Sonia Moreno,
Betty Wilmon. Row three: Kate Ramsey, Joyce Holt, Polly Atwater, Ann Williams, Barbara Youmans, Pat Manning, Marianne Tally, Pat Mickler, Diane
Secretary of Senate
len's Senate, row one; Ronnie Clark, Dayton Roberts, Jim Apthorp, Gary K issenger, Don Hayes. Row two: Carl Butler, Gerry Gordon, Joe Barber, Mattox
Hair, Don Sink, Rufus Jennings.
Honor Court. Seated: Barbara Burkhardt, Chief Justice; Nancy Worral. Standing; Sara Jane Griffin,
Jeri Bradfield, Cynthia Lawrence, Barbara Eisey, Bill Strickland, Jim Young, Don Reedy.
The Honor Court is in its eighth year at Florida State
University. The system, created by the students, has as
its purpose the upholding of high standards of honesty
at the University.
The Honor Court has jurisdiction over violations of
the Honor Code, which are cheating, lying and stealing;
the constitutionality of all laws passed by the Student
Senate; and appeals from the lower courts.
Composed of a Chief Justice, a clerk, and eight rep-
resentatives elected by the student body, the Honor
Court has a range of power including probation, suspen-
sion and expulsion, subject to review and recommenda-
tion by a Faculty Review Committee.
Chief Justice of Honor Court
Men's Judiciary, left to right: Chris Vogel, Jerry Dye, Durfey Marchall, Don Ramson, Paul Ramsey, Bill Smith.
The University Court consists of a Chairman, a clerk,
and eighteen members elected from the sophomore,
junior and senior classes.
The members meet as a unit when a case involves
both men and women, but are divided into Men's and
Women's Courts when the case involves only one person.
It is the duty of the University Court to see that the
students abide by the regulations of the school. This
court has jurisdiction over all cases not otherwise dele-
gated, and over appeals from the House Councils of
Chairman of University Court
Women's Judiciary, seated: Desse Pinl<ard; Martha Grizzard, Chairman; Barbara Hendrix, Layte Bowden, Patsy Stewart. Standing: Ruby Combs, Joyce Combs,
Nancy Key, Monty Gillham, Jill Jordan, Cora Hargrave.
Off Campus Court, seated: Betty Bolton, Nancy Muller, Ann Elliott, Chairman; Betty Jean Woodham, Shirley Jackson. Standing: Jean Hunter, Jackie Allen,
Dotty Dodd, B. J. Atkinson, Patty Walker, Carol Collins, Bettie Stokes, Helen Barbaree, Sally Gladding, Sally Lou Carlson.
Off Campus Court
Traffic Court, left to right: Bill McKemie, Chairman; Judy Ramsey, Susie Hay, Ruth Fountain.
LARRY BLOCK, Sports Editor
Editor in Chief
JIM MacINTYRE, News Editor
Organized chaos seems to pay off for the FLAMBEAU
Staff, since the Monday and Thursday free-for-alls have
resulted in another All-American rating for this publi-
"Florida's First Bi-Weekly University Paper" features
among its services news on both national and local
levels, sports, editorials, cartoons by Herblock, student
opinions and a society page in the Friday editions.
The staff is composed of two divisions — editorial and
business. The former is headed by the Editor-in-chief
and includes the news and feature editors as well as
columnists and editorialists. The business stoff, under
the watchful eye of the Business Manager, provides ad-
vertising and keeps the books.
RUTH FRITCHIE Society Editor
ALAN WHITMARSH, Managing Editor
JOHN BURROUGHS, Advertising Manager
Nancy Gene Brown, Feature Editor and
John Ray, Associate Editor.
FLAMBEAU photographers Warren Gerard, Tom Sawyer
and Les Childs.
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Bettie Hatton, Assistant Business IVIanager and Don
Talmon, Business IVIanager.
SMOKE SIGNALS, the Seminoles' gleeful, if slight-
ly footloose, humor magazine manages to get itself
published "every so often" despite efforts to the con-
trary by the crew here pictured. The Signals contains
original and deftly stolen cartoons, feature articles,
fiction, poetry and enough advertisements to keep the
Above, Arlida Ries, Editor. Right, Editors and Assorted Com-
Below, Ralph Peckham, Business Manager. Right, Bob Simmons, Managing
Mary Ann Adams
Mary Kay Davis
Mary Ann Vickery
"Next week we've got to get organized." Using
this phrase as a watchword, the 1958 Tally Ho
staff managed to grope its way in ordered con-
fusion through a manic-depressive sort of year. The
result: a play-by-play account of the sundry go-
ings-on at FSU in 1958.
The staff and editor ore grateful to all who have
contributed their blood, sweat and time in the pro-
duction of this record of campus life at Florida
Liz Schmitt, Organizations Editor and Desse Pinkard, Class Editor.
Tom Hale and Jim Mclntyre, Sports Editors.
Barbara Bertollett, Photography Editor.
Lynn La Grange, Beauties Editor.
TOM SAWYER, Lab Technician
BOB MEIER, Photogt-apher
LES CHILDS, Photographer
Left to right, Dr. Elton Roady, Dr. Joel, Dr. Beck, Art Albrecht, Madge Strain, Jane Salley, Dr. Reid Montgomery. Not pictured — Chairman, Ruth Fritchie.
Board of Student
As its purpose, the Student Board of Publications helps to main-
tain a high standard of journalism among student publications in
the University. Its duties include the appointing of the editor and
business manager of each publication, the approval of their re-
spective budgets and financial statements and the consideration of
requests concerning their policies.
The Board is composed of five student members, elected in the
spring for the following year, and three faculty members appointed
by the President. Non-voting members include the editors and
business managers of each publication and Advisor for Student
Publications, Dr. Reid Montgomery.
WFSU-FM reaches listeners from Oregon to the
Virgin Islands through widely distributed tape re-
cordings, in addition to providing good listening for
local fans. The University radio station, with offices
in the Music Building, emphasizes good music during
its sixty-five hour broadcasting week.
In addition, the station's technical equipment is
used to prepare sound tracks for University films,
which ore produced by the department and broadcast
throughout the state by commercial TV stations.
Documentary and educational television programs are the specialty of WFSU-TV,
and are produced through the Office of Communication and Radio, headed by Di-
rector Roy Flynn.
Programs telecast over WCTV, channel 6 in Tallahassee and WMBR-TV, channel
4 in Jacksonville use a variety of student and faculty talent in the presentation of in-
formative and interesting material ranging from lessons in basic Spanish to shows
especially designed and arranged for children.
"Modine Cunch, room two-oh-nyon, you
hove o collah." Life in a women's dorm seems
to consist of on eternal wait — for phone calls
and messages, for a washing machine that's
not in use, for the last minute before the clock
ticks and the lights flash the signal to come
in, and for your roommate to empty the waste-
Florida Hall at night presents a composition
in dark and light areas.
Tell her to hurry or we'll miss the first show.
Whaddya mean, "like to iron"! I've got to have something to wear.
Things — a wide assortment of them — do
get done, though; the people next door move
the furniture in their room twice at week — at
midnight; fire drills ore regularly held on the
coldest night of the year; someone who lives
upstairs practices tap dancing at seven a.m.;
and the days pass by in a procession of teas,
homecoming decorations, snatched periods of
study and lengthy conversations about every-
It's a great life.
Bryan Officers. Sue Gunderson, President;
Ginger Kaiser, Vice President; Ruth Dicl<-
enson, Vice President; Rosemary Stainbacl<,
South Cawthon Officers. Leni Dupee, Vice President; Ann Rykard, Social Chairman;
Penny Yeager, Vice-President; Sally McConnell, President.
North Cawthon Officers. Pat Arrants, Pres-
ident; Ann Stickler, Vice President; Jacque
Bouder, Vice President; Celia Norris, So-
Reynolds Officers. Kathy Powers. Social Chairman; Pat Manning, Vice President; Sandra
Rosenburg, President; Nancy Persons, Vice President.
Broward Officers. Jane Salley, Social Chairman; Cora Hargrave, Vice President; Lois Charlesworth, President; Laura Cheek, Vice
Jennie Murphree Officers. Mary Alice Dotson, Social Chairman; DeAnne Head, Vice President; Nancy Jo Powers, Vice President;
Barbara Bilj, President.
East Landis Officers. Betty June Bishop, Presi-
dent. Standing: Temple Hess, Social Chairman;
Annette Mcintosh, Vice President.
Florida Officers. Kay Bishop, Presi-
dent; Mary Alice Croft, Vice Pres-
ident; Ann DeBerry, Vice President;
Sunshine Eddy, Social Chairman.
West Landis Officers. Jean Newton,
Vice President; Bitsy McKeown, Vice
President; Judy Berkshire, Social
Chairman; Doris Hustin, President.
Gilchrist Officers. Elaine Bogue, So-
cial Chairman; Lillian Congdon, Vice
President; Pat Malseed, President;
Gingir Connor, Vice President.
West Hall Officers,
any. Governor; Bob
Porter, Gene Laney.
left to right; Floyd Fal-
Hale; Don Pickett, Bill
Magnolia Hall officers, left to right; Bill
Sheets, Athletic Chairman; Bill Masterson,
Lieutenant Governor; Leonard Darsey, Gover-
nor; William Spain, Social Chairman; Neil
Senior Hall Officers, seated; Herb
Purvis, Lieutenant Governor; Larry
Snow, Social Chairman; John Coun-
ter, Treasurer. Standing; Al Lomer,
Athletic Chairman; Carmen Battag-
A quiet evening at home Includes reading and bull sessions.
Men's Dorm Life
Not a matter for the weak -hearted, living in one of the three
men's dorms is like Mardi Gras in a wind tunnel. Whether you're
a Magnolia Hall Smokeater, a member of West Hall's exclusive
Penthouse Gang or one of the many sunbathers that crop up
on the Senior Hall lawn every spring, dorm life means constant
poker gomes, a crowd around the TV set, the guy next door who
changes his sheets once a semester — whether they need it or
not, the bull sesions that form instantly when you open a book
and the constant (im) practical jokes.
Inbetween times, the inhabitants also form intramurals teams,
sponsor dances and steal lumber for Homecoming floats amidst
the din of ringing alarm clocks, fire bells and telephones.
Eightball in the corner pocket! One of the local champs prepares
a masterly shot.
The picture of comfort. Studying has to be done in the least
inconvenient manner possible.
Seniors, Undergraduates, Class Officers
SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS
Senior Class officers, left to right: Bill Weaver, President; Bill Roche, Vice President; Barbara Chambers, Secretary; Barbara McCartney;
Treasurer; Linda Broderick, Social Chairman.
ALFORD, J. W.
BAGGETT, M. P.
BAGGETT, M. A,
KENNETH G. ABBOTT, Birmingham, Alabama; 8. S. Personnel Man-
agement; Kappa Alpha; Swimming Varsity; Co-captain senion year; F
Club; Alpha Kappa Psi, ROBERT E. ABEL, Orange City; B. S. Business
Management; Delta Sigma Pi. CHARLOTTE ROSS ABNEY, Sebring; B.
S. Business, Business Management; Alpha Xi Delta; Tau Beta Sigma;
Garnet Key; Mortar Board Phi Chi Theta, President. JUDY ANN
ABRAMS, Miami B.A. Chemistry; Delta Gamma; Sophomore Council-
Junior Counselor; Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Kappa Phi; Alpha Lambda
Delta; Student Affiliates of A.C.S., Secretary; Choral Union. VELMA
WINNELL ACKERMAN, Plant City; B.S. Elementary Education; Sopho-
more Council; Junior Counselor; Baptist Student Union, President and
Vice-President Inter-Faith Council, President. JOHN PHILLIP ACKERT,
Palm Beach Shores; B.S. Social Studies; Delta Tau Delta; F.S.U. Circus.
Good grief! The buttons melted!
ANNA JEAN ACUFF, Eustis; B.S.; Nursing Education. GWENDOLYN
ADAIR, Panama City; B.S.: Secretarial Science; Phi Chi Theta, Secre-
tary; Junior Counselor. ANN LOUISE ADAM, Coral Gables; B.S.: Mer-
chandising; Delta Gamma; Gamma Alpha Chi; Fashion Institute. BETTY
V. ADDISON, Panama City; B.S.: Medical Technology; Sophomore
Council; F.T.A. MARY JANE ALBERT, Miami; B.S.: Elementary Edu-
cation; Alpha Xi Delta; F.T.A. ; A.C.E. ARTHUR JOHN ALBRECHT,
Tallahassee; B.S.: Advertising; Phi Eta Sigma, Secretary; F.T.A.; Alpha
Delta Sigma; Veterans' Club; Flambeau; Summer Flambeau, Business
RUSSELL 0. ANDERSON, Lake Worth; B.S.: Business; Alpha Kappa
Psi; Transfer Palm Beach Junior College. JACQUELINE R. ANDREEN
Duluth, Minnesota; B.S.: Education. MARTHA McGINNES ANDREWS,
Tallahassee; B.S.: Elementary Education; Kappa Delta, Treasurer;
Women 5 Judiciary; Garnet Key; Mortar Board; Kappa Delta Pi; Phi
Kappa Phi; Village Vamps; Sophomore Council; F.T.A.; B.S.U.; Sand-
spur Court; Who's Who; Intelligent Faith Week Committees. JOHN
DEWEY ANDREWS, Panama City; B.S.: Industrial Arts. PASQUALE
ANTONELLI, Baltimore, Maryland- B.S.: Business; Pi Kappa Phi;
Veterans Club. FRED WILKISON AFPLEGATE, JR., Pompano Beach;
B.S.: Insurance and Real Estate; Insurance and Real Estate Society.
CARL WILLIAM ALDERMAN, Tampa; B.S.: Business Management;
Theta Chi; Baking Science Club; Chi Omega Owl Man. JAMES HARM-
NEY ALFORD, Live Oak; B.S.: Mathematics; Math Club; Mathematic
Teacher's Club. JOHN W ALFORD, Grand Ridge; B.S.: Social Welfare-
B.S.U.; Life Service Band; Epsilon Kappa, Vice-President. JACQUELINE
FENTON ALLEN, Lake Worth; B.S.: Journalism; Alpha Chi Omega,
Secretary; Off-Campus Court, Secretary; Gamma Alpha Chi. SELBY
PAULINE ALLEN, Daytona Beach; B.S.: Elementary Education; Zeta
Tau Alpha; F.T.A.; N.E.A.; A.C.E.; Freshman Flunkies; War Path
Club. CHARLES EDWARD ALLISON, St. Petersburg; B.S.: Restaurant
and Hotel Management; Sigma Nu.
ANNA KATHERINE ARANGO, Tampa; B.S.: Fashion Merchandising;
F.S.U. Circus; Gamma Alpha Chi: Junior Counselor; Home Economics
Club; Newman Club. LINDA LOU ARNOLD, Lake City; B.S.: Business
Education; Kappa Delta: F.T.A.; Freshman Flunkies; Sophomore Coun-
cil; Off Campus Court; Intramurals; Westminster House. PATRICIA
VIRGINIA ARRANTS, Chattanooga, Tennessee; B.S.: Home Economics
Education; Sandspur; Junior Counselor; Westminster Fellowship Council;
President of North Cawthon; Winner of Danforth Summer Fellowship.
BONITA ASCOLY, Irvington, New Jersey: B.S.: Elementary Education;
F.T.A. JIM PETER ATHENS, Bradenton; B.S.: Education; B.S.U.; Mag-
nolia Athletic Director- Manager of F.S.U. Student Cafeteria; Interna-
tional Club; Caveliers. CHRISTINE ANN ATKINS, Blountstown; B.S.:
Elementary Education; Delta Zeta; F.T.A.; Circus; Women's Glee
Club; Choral Union.
HELEN CATHERINE AMATO, St. Augustine; B.S.: Social Welfare;
Kappa Alpha Theta; Tally Ho Staff; Social Welfare Club; Newman
House; Freshman Flunkies; War Path Club. HAROLD C. ANDERSON,
Tallahassee; B.S.: Business; Lambda Chi Alpha; Transfer, Orlando Junior
College. JANICE L. ANDERSON, Pensacola: B.S.: Secretarial Science;
Alpha Chi Omega; B.S.U. LAIRD BENEDICT ANDERSON, Atlanta,
Georgia; B.A.: Arts and Science; Sigma Chi, Vice-President; Varsity
Gymnastics; Alpha Council, Vice-President; Gold Key, President; Omi-
cron Delta Kappa; Scabbard and Blade; Gymnastica; Board of Publica-
tion; Flambeau Photos; Westminster Fellowship Council. MARY LOU
ANDERSON, Greenv^'ood: B.S.: Education; Chi Omega; F.T.A.; Pow Wow
Staff; B.S.U. OLIVIA MAY ANDERSON, Jacksonville; B.A.: Elementary
POLLY ANN ATWATER, Miami; A.B.: English; Kappa Alpha Theta;
Sophomore Council; Junior Counselor, Vice-President of Bryan; Garnet
Key; Mortified; Sigma Tau Delta; Student Senate; Women's Vice-
President; Theatre Dance; University Athletic Committee. DONALD
LEWIS AYRES, Miami; 3. HENRY FRANKLIN BAGGETT, Pensacola;
B.S.: Business Administration; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. MARTHA PAULINE
BAGGETT, Ft. Pierce; B.M.E.: Music Education; Sigma Alpha Iota,
Secretary; "South Pacific" Production. MARVIN ANTHONY BAGGETT,
Pensacola; B.S.: Accounting; Delta Sigma Pi. RITA ANN BAILEY,
Miami; B.S.; Mathematics; Alpha Lambda Delta; Phi Kappa Phi; Alpha
DOROTHY BRAINERD BANCKER, Atlanta, Georgia; B. S.: Social
Welfare; Gamma Phi Beta; Circus; Cotillion; Social Welfare Club.
MARYSUE BARNETTE, Tallahassee; B. S.: Elementary Education;
Alpha Gamma Delta; Kappa Delta Pi; A.C.E., Secretary. WARREN
CECIL BARRETT, Kissimmee; B.S.: Music Education; Lambda Chi
Alpha; University Singers; Collegians; Symphonic Band; Marching
Chiefs. CHARLES P. BARRIER, Orlando; B.S.: Public Administrations;
A.S.P.A. H. JAMES BARTH, Tallahassee; B.S.: Chemistry. DAGMAR
ANN BARTKUS, Clearwater; B.S.: Retailing; Pi Beta Phi.
WILBUR LOUIS BASHAW, Seffner; B.S.: Mathematics; C.L.O, Presi-
dent, Westminster Fellowship Council; ROTC; Scabbard and Blade
Kappa Delta Pi; State Scholarship Club, Treasurer, Vice-President,
Mathematics Teacher's Club; F.T.A. SANDRA JANE BASS, Pensacola
B.S.: Personnel Management; Gamma Alpha Chi; Dorm Government.
CARMELO LOUIS BATTAGLIA, Niagara Falls, New York; B.S.: Psy-
chology; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Varsity Football; Senior Hall Gov-
ernor. MARIAN RUTH BAUM, Quitman, Georgia; B.A.: Business Ed-
ucation: Gamma Phi Beta; Phi Chi Theta; Pi Omega Pi; F.T.A.
ROBERT FLOYD BEDNAR, St. Paul, Minnesota; B.A.: Sociology;
Kappa Sigma. MARTHA NELL BELCHER, Sebring; B. S.: Business
Education; Phi Chi Theta; F.T.A.
Bob Meier finds himself in a "secret event" during Sigma
Gamma Delta, Vice-President; A.C.E.; Circus; Women's F Club, Treas-
urer; Fashion Institute; Tarpon Club; Kappa Delta Pi. TONI BIRD,
Hialeah; B.A.: History; Women's Glee Club. WILLA PAULINE BIRD,
Perry; B.S.: Secondary Education; Alpha Xi Delta; Marching Chiefs;
Concert Band; Tau Beta Sigma.
FENTON JAMES BENNETT, Winter Park; B.S.: Arts and Sciences;
Kappa Sigma; Circus; Gymkana; Air Force Drill Team. WILLIAM E.
BENNETT, Orlando; B.S.: Political Science; Sigma Chi. ALBERT LEE
BENOIT, Panama City; B.S.: Marketing; Pi Kappa Phi; Social Wel-
fare Club, Treasurer; Veterans' Club; Newman Club; Student Gov-
ernment; Little 500 Committee. ALICE VERNON BENTON, Bartow;
B.S.: Elementary Education; A.C.E.; F.N.C.A. ELIZABETH A. BEN-
TON, Orlando; B.S.; Art; Sigma Kappa, Treasurer; Fashion Institute;
Sophomore Council. JACK E. BERLIN, Tallahassee; B.A.:Chemistry.
CARLENE FRANCYS BERRY, Ft. Lauderdale; B.S.: Home Economics
Education; Wesley Players; Gymkana; Home Economics Club; Art In-
terest Club. ELLA JO BILINSKI, Monticello; B.S.: Speech Correc-
tion; Alpha Omicron Pi, Secretary; Sophomore Council; Junior Coun-
selor; Newman Club, President; Chairman Southeastern Province
NNCF; Sigma Alpha Eta, President; Garnet Key; Interfaith Council.
DONALD CHARLES BIRCH, St. Petersburg; B.S.: Social Studies
Transfer Student St. Petersburg Junior College. JACQUELINE ANN
BIRD, Tuckahoe, New York; B.S.: Elementary Education; Alpha
BETTY JUNE BISHOP, Bagdad; B.S.: Business, Elementary Educa-
tion; Scholarship Club, Secretary; F.T.A.; Pi Omega Pi, Secretary,
Treasurer; Vice-President of East Landis; President of East Landis.
JAMES ROBERT BISHOP, Pensacola; B.S.: Economics; Kappa Alpha;
Transfer Student Pensacola Junior College. KAY JANETTE BISHOP,
Holly Hill; B.S.; Elementary Education; Sophomore Council; President
of Florida Hall; B.S.U., Link Editor, Enlistment Vice-President.
ROBERT EDMOND BLACKWELDER, Winter Haven; B.S.: Marketing.
CARL WHEELER BLACKWELL, Pensacola; B.S.: Public Administra-
tion; A.S.P.A.; Veterans' Club. CELIA DILLON BLANKS, Tallahassee;
B.S.: Nursing Education; Ahechievs, President.
BARMELL BLEDSOE, Brooksville; B.S.: Home Economics Education;
Future Business Leaders of America; F.T.A.; Home Economics Club;
B.S.U. TANTRIS KREKEL BLEDSOE, Brooksville; B.S.: Social Wel-
fare and Secretarial Science; F.B.L.A. Club; Social Welfare Club
F.T.A.; B.S.U. AUDREY MAE BLOMGREN, Ft Lauderdale; B.M.E.
Music Education; FSU Symphony; State Symphony; Choral Union
Librarian of FSU Symphony; Alpha Lambda Delta; Christian Science
Organization; Concert Mistress of FSU Symphony. RONALD DOW
BLUE, Pensacola; B.S.: General Business; Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Vice-
Pres., Pres.; Freshman senator; Alpha Council; Junior senator; head of
Judicial Committee; Member of President's Cabinet. CHARLES ED-
WARD BOHANNON, Gainesville; B.A.: Secondary Education; F.T.A.;
NEA; Archaeological Institute of Americal-Tallahassee Society.
WILLIAM RICHARD BOLLINGER, Tallahassee; B.S.: Accounting.
BROWN, J. G.
ROBERT E. BOLT, Zolfo Springs; B.S.: Insurance; Insurance and Real
Estate Society, President. PATRICIA THORNTON BORN, Tallahassee;
B.S.: Art, Alpha Gamma Delta; Sophomore Art Award; Social Chair-
man-Reynolds Hall. FRED H, BOSKA, St. Augustine; B.M.E.: Music
Education; Pi Kappa Alpha, Treasurer; University Symphony; March-
ing Chiefs; WFSU-FM; Concert Band; Kappa Kappa Psi; Lab Band.
JANET ANNE BOSWELL, Coral Gables; B.S.: Nursing; Student
Nurses Association. ALETHEA ALLEN BOUCAR, Lake City; B.S :
Physical Education; Theatre Dance Group; Physical Education As-
sociation; American Association of Health Physical Education; Florida
Anthropological Society. JACQUELINE BETTE-RAE BOUDER, Sara-
sota; B.S.: Home Economics Education; Mortarboard; Omicron Nu;
Phi Kappa Phi; Junior Counselor, Vice-President of N. Cawthon;
Home Economics Club; Collegiate 4-H Club; Sophomore Council; Alpha
Lambda Delta; Wesley Foundation.
Who's trying to look collegiate? I'm holding the building up.
LAYTE MARSHA BOWDEN, Ft. Lauderdale; B.S.: Journalism; Kappa
Alpha Theta; IFC Court; FSU Modeling Board; Village Vamps; Gamma
Alpha Chi; Elections Committee; Sophomore Council; Senior Women's
Judiciary; Flambeau; 1956 Home Coming Queen; Gymkana, Miss FSU
1957-58. MARY REBE:CCA BOWEN, Waycross, Georgia; B.S.: Elemen-
tary Education; Alpha Gamma Delta, Secretary; Village Vamps; F.T.A.;
A.C.E.; Epsilon Chi, Treasurer; Fashion Institute; Transfer from
Huntingdon College, Montgomery, Alabama. FRED N. BOWERS, Tal-
lahassee; B.S.: Business; Transfer from Uuniversity of Florida. NITA
DIANE BOWMAN, Tampa; B.S.: Elementary Education; Circus. KATH-
LEEN T. C. BOYCE, Lantana; B.S.: Elementary Education; Glee Club;
Choral Union. JERI GAIL BRADFIELD, Riviera Beach; B.M.E :
Music Education; Alpha Chi Omega, Treasurer, Vice-president; Sopho-
more Council; Junior Counselor; Sigma Alpha Iota; M.E.N.C, Editor;
Choral Union Flambeau Staff, Campus Editor; Tally Ho Staff,
Schools Editor; Los Picaros, Treasurer; Senior Women's Honor Courts-
Summer University Court, Chairman.
MARTHA BARDEN BRADLEY, Sarasota; B.S.: Botany; Junior Coun-
selor; B.S.U.; Phi Sigma, Secretary. CHARLES WILLIAM BRADSHAW,
Tallahassee; B.S.: Management; Delta Sigma Pi; Army R.O.T.C. WIL-
LIAM PERSHING BRANNON, Lake City; B.S.: Social Studies Edu-
cation; F.T.A; Veterans' Club; Scholarship Club; B.S.U. ROBERT G.
BRAUN, St. Petersburg; B.A.: Psychology; WFSU-FM; Intramurals;
Arnold Air Society, Treasurer. DOROTHY Z. BRESLAR, Miami Beach;
B.S.: Education; Los Picaros; Hillel, Secretary; Tally Ho, Copy Edi-
tor; Home-coming Committee; Gymkana; Choral Union. EUNICE
ELAINE BREWTON, Orlando; B.S.: Business Education; Chi Omega;
Sophomore Council; Circus; Village Vamps; Pi Omega Pi.
DONALD DEWITT BRIDGES, Orlando; B.S.: Insurance and Real Es-
tate; Insurance and Real Estate Society, Chaplain; Transferred from
Orlando Junior College. FRED ALBERT BRINKHOFF, St. Augustine;
B.S.: Chemical Psychology; Circus; Collegean. SIBBIE B. BRINSON,
Port St. Joe; B.S.: Elementary Education; 4-H; F.T.A.; Wesley
Foundation. GLENDA LOUISE BRISCOE, Dunwoody, Georgia; B.A.:
Arts and Sciences; Kappa Alpha Theta; Alpha Lambda Delta, Vice-
president; Sigma Tau Delta; Garnet Key; Mortar Board, Secretary;
Junior Counselor, President of Bryan Hall; Sophomore Council; West-
minster Fellowship. LINDA ANNE BRODERICK, Sarasota; B.S.:
Physical Education; Alpha Xi Delta; Junior Counselor, Vice-president
of Broward Hall; Women's Physical Education Association, Vice-presi-
dent, President; Women's Division University Recreation Association,
Vice-President, President; Women's F Club; Garnet Key; Mortified;
Student Government; Flambeau Staff Writer; Social Chairman of
Senior Class. JERRY L. BROKAW, Tampa; B.S.: Geology; Geology
Club; Veterans' Club.
BARBARA JEAN BROOKS, Chattahoochee; B.S.: English; Gamma
Phi Beta, Standards Chairman; F.T.A.; Health Club; Scholarship Hold-
er's Club. THOMAS H. BROOME, JR., Greenwood; B.S.: Psychology.
JOY H. BROWER, Gainesville; B.S.: Secretarial Science. BEVERLY
FAIRE BROWN, Atlanta, Georgia; B.M.E.: Voice; Delta Delta Delta;
Village Vamps; Light Opera Guild; Westminster Foundation; "Miss
Tallahassee" 1957; University Singers; Women's Glee Club; Choral
Union. GLENDA FAYE BROWN, Warrington; B.S.: Mathematics;
Kappa Alpha Theta; Transferred from Pensacola Junior College. JOHN
GROVER BROWN, Boca Raton; B.A.: Spanish; Pi Kappa Phi, Treas-
urer; Los Picaros; University Court; Sigma Delta Pi, Vice-president.
JUDITH GIVENS BROWN, Fort Mill, South Carolina; B.M.; Music
Therapy; Music Therapy Student Group; Transfer. LEIGHTON GRUBB
BROWN, Fort Myers; B.S.: Business. PATTY BRUCE, Lake City; B. S.:
Business Education; Sophomore Council; Village Vamps; Freshman
Flunkies; F.T.A. : Kappa Delta; Westminster Foundation; Intramurals.
THOMAS RICHARD BRUCKMAN, Largo; B.S.: Political Science; Kappa
Sigma, Vice-president, Treasurer, President; Phi Eta Sigma; Pi Sigma
Alpha; Student Welfare, Under-secretary; Westminster Fellowship;
Junior I.F.C.; Inter-Fraternity Council. ELBERT C. BRUNER, JR.,
Pensacola; B.S.: Accounting. JAMES ROBERT BRUNER, Auburndale;
B.S.: Commerical Art.
BARBARA JUNE BRUNSON, Perry; B.S.: Social Welfare, Elementary
Education; B.S.U.; Social Welfare Club; Junior Counselor. ROBERT
MICHAEL BRUSH, Jacksonville; A.B.: Geology; Acacia Fraternity.
KENNETH EDWARD BRYAN, Tallahassee; B.S.: Meteorology; Kappa
Sigma Kappa, Secretary; Alpha Omega Service Fraternity; Meteor-
ology Club, President; Astronomy Club; Inter-Faith Council; Wesley
Foundation Council, Treasurer; Wesley Players; Student Religious
Association. NEVA CHRISTINE BRYAN, Lake Wales; B.M.E.: Voice;
Alpha Delta Pi, President; University Singers; Women's Glee Club;
Mu Phi Epsilon. JULIAN PAUL BRYANT, Panama City; B.S.: Ac-
counting; Sigma Nu, Vice-President; Cavaliers. MERLE RAY BRYANT,
Fort Branch, Indiana; B.S.: Management and Finance; Basketball;
Future Business Leaders.
Frankly, I don't understand why we can't wear raincoats
JUDY BRYSON, Greenville, South Carolina; B.A.: Social Welfare; Chi
Omega; Social Work Club; Young Democrats; Transfer from Furman
University. NANCY MYRICK BUCHAN, Tallahassee; B.S.: Fashion
Merchandising; Sigma Kappa, Vice-president, President; Gamma Alpha
Chi; Fashion Institute, President, Vice-president; Home Economic Club,
DUAN BUNNAG, Bangkok, Thailand; Arts and Sciences: Graduate.
HAROLD EDWARD BURGESS, Tallahassee; M.S.: Public Administra-
tion. Graduate student. JOHN F. BURGESS, JR., St. Petersburg; B.S.:
Advertising; Phi Kappa Tau; Kappa Tau; Florida Flambeau, Adver-
tising Manager, Editor. MARY ELLECE BURNS, Delray Beach; B.M.E.:
History; Sigma Alpha Iota; Women's Glee Club; Light Opera Guild.
IRMA JEAN BURNSED, Glen St. Mary; B.S.: Education; Junior
Counselor; N.E.A. BETTY JO BUSH, Bonifay; B.S.: English; B.S.U.;
Scholarship Club F.T.A. Sigma Tau Delta; Choral Union; Women's F
Club; Delta Zeta. DAVID REYNOLDS BYARS, Tampa; B.S.: Social
Science; Sigma Chi; Elections Committee; Band. GAIL ALLEN BYRD,
Panama City; B.S.: Business; Delta Gamma, Secretary; Gymkana
Queen Court; Junior Counselor; Phi Chi Theta. EARL KENNETH
CAIN, Jacksonville; B.S.: Business; Kappa Alpha. BARBARA MAE
CANTER, Wauwatosa, Wisconsin; B.A.: Social Welfare; Alpha Chi
BEVERLY ANN CARPS, Plant City; B.S.: Speech, English. IVY ELIZ-
ABETH CAREY, Jacksonville; B.S.: Elementary Education; Pi Beta
Phi; Jr. Staff of Flambeau; Tally Ho Staff; F.T.A. : Transfer from
Alabama Polytechnic Institute. BARBARA JEANNE CARD, St. Peters-
burg; B.S.: Business Education; Alpha Omicron Pi, Public Relations
Office and Reporter to National Magazine; F.T.A.; Tally Ho. RICH-
ARD JOHN CARLSON, Schenectady, New York; B.S.: Accounting; Alpha
Kappa Psi. SALLY LOU CARLSON, St. Petersburg; B.S.: Interior
Design; Alpha Gamma Delta, Secretary, House President; Tally Ho
Beauty Editor; Student Events Committee; Fashion Institute. D.
CAROLYN CARLTON, Plant City; B.S.: Elementary Education.
BONNIE MAY CARNEY, West Palm Beach; B.S.: Chemistry; Transfer
from Palm Beach Junior College. MOLLIE ANNE CARROLL, Sarasota;
B.S.: Physical Education; Sophomore Council; Junior Counselor; Tar-
pon Club, President of Minnovi/s; Women's F Club; Garnet Key; Morti-
fied; Physical Education Assoc; Women's Division University Recreation
Association, President, Vice-President; University Recreation Assoc;
American Assoc. Health Physical Education and Recreation. LOYD
HARVEY CARRUTH, Orlando; B.S.: Business Administration; Delta
Tau Delta, President; l.F.C, Secretary; Veterans' Club. NANCY ANN
CARSON, St. Petersburg; B.S. Music Education; M.E.N.C; Delta
Gamma; Women's Glee Club. JOHN H. CARTER, Panama City; B.S.:
Psychology; Phi Kappa Tau. BARBARA L. CASALVIERI, Tallahassee;
B.S.: Social Welfare: Social Work Club.
JOAN CLAIRE CASCONE, Sarasota; B.S. Physical Education;
Women s F Club; Physical Education Association; American Assoc, of
Health Physical Education and Recreation; Intramurals. ILARIO
LAWRENCE CAVALLARO, Jacksonville; B.S.: Geology; Geology Club.
LUCILLE YVONNE CHAO, Jacksonville Beach; B.S.: Spanish; Choral
Union. BARBARA CHRISTINE CHAFFIN, Kissimmee; B.S.: Nursing;
Circus; Student Nurses Association. BETTY COX CHAMPEUX, Talla-
hassee; B.A.: Spanish; Alpha Lambda Delta, Treasurer; F.B.L.A.
State President Sophomorj Council; Sigma Delta Pi. MARTHA SUE
CHANDLER, Miami; B.S.: Social Work and Welfare; Zeta Tau Alpha;
Circus; Social Work Club.
REGINALD BRYAN CHASTAIN, JR., Miami; B.S.; Social Science.
CECIL BRYON CHEEK, Tampa; B.S.: Psychology; R.O.T.C. Drill
Team. WILLIAM EARL CHILDERS, Tallahassee; B.S.: Business Ad-
ministration; Alpha Tau Omega. YING SHAI CHU. Taipei, Formosa
M.S.; Adult Education. EDGAR CAREY CHURCH, Tallahassee; B.S.
Marketing. GERALD P. CIGARRAN, Tampa; B.S.: Baking Science
Alpha lau Omega.
DAVIS, J. L.
DAVIS, J. C.
JULIE CISNEROS, Miami; B.A.: Education; Alpha Lambda Delta;
WFSU-FM Staff; Choral Union; Newman Club; Kappa Delta Pi;
Flambeau Staff. JAMES PAYNE CLARK, JR. Tampa; B.S.: Account-
ing; Kappa Alpha; Alpha Kappa Psi; Student Body Financial Com-
mittee. ROBERT GLEN COBB, Tallahassee; B.S.: Meteorology.
SHERRY V. COBB, Pensacola; B.S.: Business; Pi Beta Phi; Smoke
Signals, Secretary. JAMES ARTHUR COBBS, Ft. Lauderdale; B.S.:
Anthropology; Veterans' Club. FRANCINE BARBARA COFFEY, St.
Louis, Missouri; B.A.: French; Alpha Gamma Delta; FSU Beauty Court.
JOY MAXINE COLE, Ft. Lauderdale; B.S.: Art Education; Alpha Chi
Omega; Tally Ho; Flambeau Society Editor; Fashion Institute; Art Ed-
ucation Club. MARILYN GAYE COLE, Madison; B. S.: Elementary Ed-
ucation; F.T.A. SARAH JANE COLE, Holly Hill; B.S.: Nursing; Stu-
dent Nurses Assoc. CAROL LYNNE COLLINS, Tampa; B.S.: Sec-
retarial Science; Delta Delta Delta, House President; Freshman
Flunkies, President; Sophomore Council; Off Campus Court. LILLIAN
RUTH CONGDON, Haines City; B.S.; Home Economics; Home Economics
Club; Fashion Institute; Gamma Alpha Chi; 4-H Club; FT. A.,
Choral Union; Vice-president of Gilchrist Hall. HENRY LOFTON
CONOLY, JR., Tallahassee; B.S.: Management and Finance.
BETTY ANNE COOPER; St. Petersburg; B.S.: Education S. TAL-
LULAH COOPER, Pensacola; B.S.: Elementary Education, CHERRY-
LENE CORBIN, Belle Glade; B.S.: Home Economics; 4-H Club, Vice-
President; Wesley Players, Vice-President, W/esley Foundation; Home
Economics Club. LYDIA M. CORDOBA, Panama, Republic of Panama;
B.S.: Home Demonstration Education; International Club. RICHARD
D. CORSON, Sarasota: B.S.: Insurance and Real Estate. CYNTHIA
SUE COURTNEY, Aiken, South Carolina; B.A.: Biology; Gymkana.
EMILY ELIZABETH COUSSON, Jacksonville; B.S.: Elementary Ed-
ucation; F.T.A.; Scholarship Club. ELIZABETH ANN COUTANT, West
Palm Beach; B. S.: Elementary Education; Westminster Fellowship;
Transfer from Palm Beach J.C. POLLY ANN COX, Lake City; B.S.:
Elementary Education; Scholarship Club; F.T.A.; L.D.S. Student
Group, President; Junior Counselor. WILLIAM RICHARDSON CRAW-
FORD, III, Plant City; B.S.: Education; Theta Chi, Secretary; Senate-
Cabinet; Speech Productions; Jr. and Sr. Prom Committee. JAMES
ROBERT CROMBIE, Tallahassee; B.S.: Accounting; Alpha Kappa Psi;
Veterans' Club. JOHN ROBERT CROWELL, Kissimmee; B.S.: Public
Administration; A.S.P.A.; Veterans Club.
NINA SUE CROWELL, Kissimmee; B.S.: Elementary Education; Dames
Club F.T.A.; Student Nurses Assoc. MURIEL CHRISTIAN CRUSOE,
Tallahassee; B.S.: Nursing Education; Ahechievs. BOBBIE NELL
CRUTCHFIELD, GraceviJIe; B.S.: Elementary Education: American
Legion Auxiliary Scholarship; Intramural Sports; F.T.A GAY ELAINE
Sure, the technique's good, but someone's already done
the Mono Lisa.
CRUTCHFIELD, Panama City; B.S.: Languages; Executive Committee
of Student Party; Secretary of State Committee; Archaeological In-
stitute of America; F.T.A. MARTA ELIZABETH CUERVO, Tampa;
B.A.: Education; Newman Club; Los Picaros, Secretary. JAMES
CHARLES CULBREATH, JR., Lumberton, North Carolina; B.A.: Music;
Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia Fraternity; Marching Chiefs; Symphonic Band;
Transfer from University of N. C.
WILLIAM OTIS CULLOM, Tallahassee; B.S.: Management and Finance;
Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Football; F Club, Treasurer; Sophomore Class
President; Alpha Council, Treasurer; Gold Key, Treasurer; Omicron
Delta Kappa, President; Veterans' Club, Sophomore King. FLORENCE
MAY CULPAN, Ft. Lauderdale: B.S.: Nursing Education; Ahechievs,
Secretary. JERRY STARR CULPEPPER, Miami; B.S.: Education;
Choral Union; F.T.A; Association of Early Childhood Education; Wesley
Foundation. HAROLD CUMMINGS, Clermont; B.S.: Accounting; Na-
tional Honorary Acting Society; Football. BARSHA LEE CUPP, Chat-
tahoochee; B.S.: Education; Junior Counselor; Newman Club M.E.N.C.
DAVID CURRY, Miami Springs; B.S.: Banking.
JOHN GIESLER CURTISS, Cleveland, Ohio; B.S.: Geography; Theta
Chi; Gamma Theta Upsilon; Versify Tennis; Transfer from Ohio Wes-
leyan U. ELTON PAYNE DANIELS, Lake City; B.A.: Marketing;
Kappa Alpha; Band. SANDRA FRANCES DAVIDSON, West Palm
Beach; B.A.: Education; Sigma Kappa, Treasurer; Choral Union.
GERALD W. DAVIES, Lancaster, New York; B.S.: Management and
Finance; Alpha Tau Omega, Vice-President; Varsity Football. CAROLYN
DAVIS, Tampa; B.A. Business Education; Alpha Omicron Pi; Fashion
Institute; F.B.L A. DONALD KENNETH DAVIS, Phenix City, Alabama;
B.S. Management &. Finance.
FLETCHER, R. M.
FLETCHER, R. K.
FORD, S. T
HOPE DAVIS, Miami; B,S. Education; Kappa Delta; Wesley Founda-
tion; Women's Glee Club; F.E.A.; AC.E.; Transfer from Wesleyan
College. JACK L. DAVIS, Tallahassee; B.S. Marketing. JAMES CARL-
TON DAVIS, JR., Sanford; B.S. Marketing; Lambda Chi Alpha, Vice-
President; President Inter-Fraternity Council, Vice President; Wesleyan
Foundation; Circle K Club. WILLIAM W. DAWSON, Nashville, Tenn.;
M.A.; Arts and Sciences. REEVES CLAYTON DEAN, Tallahassee; B.S.
Education; Sigma Tau Delta. KAY SUE DECUBELLIS, St. Petersburg;
B. S. Elementary Education; Delta Gamma, President; A.C.E., Vice-
President; Sophomore Council; Junior Counselor.
DONALD LEROY DeLAPP, Pensacola; B.S. Transportation Manage-
ment; Pi Kappa Alpha. GERALD JOHN DELEY, Pittsburg, Penn.; B. S.
Public Administration; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. WARREN WILLIAM
DELPIT, JR., Ft. Lauderdale; B. S.: Restaurant & Management.
HAROLD De MONTFORT, New Orleans, La.; Education. CONSTANCE
IRENE DeMOULLY, St. Petersburg; B.A.: Library Service; Newman
Club; Soltas Club. GENEVIEVE WADDELL DeREUS, Tampa; B.S.:
Elementary Education; Alpha Lambda Delta; Sophomore Council-
Kappa Delta Pi.
That's not a spade — it's o coffee spot.
Blountstown; B.M.E. Music; Women's Glee Club; Choral Union; Uni-
versity Singers; B.S.U. LOUIS EUGENE DUNN, Tallahassee; B.S.:
Physical Education; Major's Club; Wrestling Club. IMOGENE EDEN-
FIELD, Tallahassee; B.S.: Social Studies; F.T.A. PEGGY LOUISE ED-
WARDS, St. Petersburg; B.S.: Elementary Education; N.E.A.;
F E A. FREDERICK IRVING EGLIN, JR., Tallahassee; B.S.: Personnel
ERNEST ANIVAL DIAZ, Tampa; B.S.: Geology; Pi Kappa Phi; Kappa
Kappa Psi; Geology Club; Band. NANCYANN DITTMAN, Crawfordville;
B.S.: Business Education; Pi Omega Pi; Kappa Delta Pi. KAREN ANN
DIXON, Ft. Lauderdale; B.S.: Special Education; F.T.A. Scholarship
Club; Gamma Delta. WILLIAM DAVID DIXON, Lee; B.S.: Mathematics.
DOROTHY EDITH DODD, West Palm Beach; B.A.: Education; Gamma
Phi Beta; Circus; F.T.A.; American Childhood Assoc. EDWARD M.
DOLAN, Tallahassee; B.S.: Anthropology.
WILLIAM RENFREW DONALSON, Parker; B.S.: Elementary Educa-
tion; Alpha Phi Omega; F.E.A. & N.E.A., Vice-President, President;
Scholarship Club. BARBARA JEAN DOZIER, Orlando; B.S.: Home
Economics; Gamma Alpha Chi; Home Economics Club; B.S.U.; F.T.A.
FRANK J. DRYMON, Tallahassee; B.S.: Accounting. MALINDA ANN
DuBOSE, Miami; B.S.: Nursing Student Nurses' Assoc, President; Fla.
Assoc. Student Nurses, Secretary; Sophomore Council. BETTY CARO-
LYN DUCK, Green Cove Springs; B.S.: Education; F.T.A.; Scholarship
Club. LEE ALLEN DUDLEY, Ft. Lauderdale; B.S.: Economics.
CATHERINE DUNN, Chipley; B.S.: History; Junior Counselor, Vice-
President of Reynolds; President of North Cawthon; Alpha Lambda
Delta; Women's Glee Club; Sophomore Council. HELEN DELILA DUNN,
RUDOLPH GEORGE EIGL, Kings Park, New York; B.S.: Business
Management; Pi Kappa Alpha; Baseball. ROBERT JOHN EKLUND,
Ft. Myers; B.S.: Business; Pi Kappa Phi; Circus. WILLIAM E. ELLING-
TON, Winter Park; B.S. Insurance & Real Estate; Intramural Sports;
Insurance Club. JANICE ANNE ELLIOTT, Memphis, Tennessee; B.S.:
Elementary Education; Sigma Kappa. BARBARA ANN EMMETT, West
Palm Beach; B.S.: Fashion Design; Alpha Gamma Delta; Gymkana
Court of Beauty; Tally Ho Beauty Section; Village Vamps; Fashion
Institute, Secretary, Vice-President, A. C. E.; B. S. U. CLARENCE
JOSEPH EMMONS, JR., Tallahassee; B.S.: Meteorology; Pi Kappa
Phi; Meteoroloyg Club.
FAYE AUGUSTA ENGLISH, Altoona; B.S.: Elementary Education;
Phi Mu, Secretary; Intramurals; Y.W.A. Community Missions Activity,
Chairman; B.S.U. JAMES MANN ERVIN, Tallahassee; B.S.: Account-
ing; Kappa Alpha. HUGH E. EUBANK, Daytona Beach; B.S.: Insurance
& Real Estate; Phi Delta Theta. SHEPARD McLANE EUBANKS,
Greensboro; B.S.: Physical Education; Physical Education Majors Club,
Treasurer; Scholarship Club; Homecoming Parade Committee. HAROLD
CHARLES EULER, JR., Clearwater; B.S.: Radiation Physics; Alpha Phi
Omega; Astronomy Club, President. FLOYD AUGUSTA FALANY, Foley;
B.S.: History; Kappa Sigma; Inter-Dormitory Council, President; Dorm
FORD, S. E.
FOUNTAIN, R. R.
FOUNTAIN, R J,
RONALD DeMILLE FELL, Tallahassee; B.S. Marketing; Kappa Alpha;
Intramural Sports. GILBERT GERALD FERNANDEZ, Tampa; B.A.
Inter-American Studies; Pi Kappa Phi; Sigma Delta Pi, Vice-President,
President; Phi Alpha Theta, Vice-President; Los Picaros, Vice-Presi-
dent, Treasurer, President; Football Manager. KRISTIN MARIE
FEYLING, St. Petersburg; B. A. English; F. T. A.; International Club;
Sigma Tau Delta; French Club. WILLIAM GEORGE FIELDER, Lake
Park; B. S. Art Education; Alpha Phi Omega; S.F.E.A.; F.A.T.A.
Art Education Club. RODNEY SMITH FIELDS, Tampa; B. S. Zoology;
Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Track; R.O.T.C. Battle Group Commander;
Transfer. JAMES BENJAMIN FINNEY, St. Petersburg; B. S. Indus-
trial Arts; Phi Kappa Tau; Industrial Arts Club.
SUZANNE FISHER, St. Petersburg; B.A. Art; Delta Delta Delta;
Freshman Flunkies; Gymkana; Gamma Alpha Chi; Fashion Institute.
DALE RICHARD FJERAN, St. Petersburg; B.S.: Psychology RICHARD
M. FLETCHER, Tampa: B.S.: Psychology; Sigma Alpha Epsilon;
RO.T.C. ROBERT KEATING FLETCHER, Hornell, New York; Pre-
law Public Administration; ASPA; B.S.U.; Intramurals; New-
man Club; Veterans' Club; Transfer from Buckneli U. Pennsylvania.
MARCIA BOYER FORBES, Tallahassee; B.S.: Education. SALLY
THORNTON FORD, Elizabeth, Louisiana; B.M.E. Music; Zeta Tau
Alpha; M.E.N.C; Choral Union, University Singers; Light Opera
Guild; Women's Glee Club; Transfer from Shorter College.
Do you have an album called "Music to Write term
Symphonic Band; Symphony Orchestra; Kappa Kappa Psi. RUTH
FRITCHIE, Miami; B.S,: Home Economics; Sophomore Council; Con-
cert Band; Choral Union; Tally Ho Staff; Home Economics Club,
Vice-President; Flambeau Staff, Society Editor; Junior Counselor;
Board of Publications, Chairman; Canterbury Fellowship; Inter-Faith
Fellowship; Gamma Alpha Chi.
SUSANNA EDITH FORD, Palmetto; B.S.: Physical Education; Sigma
Kappa; Tarpon Club; Mortified; Women's F. Club; Sophomore
Council; Junior Counselor; Kappa Delta Pi. SUZANNE FORSEE, Belle
Glade; B.S.: Nursing; S.N. A. Transfer from University of Florida.
FREDERICK FORST, West Palm Beach; B.S. Geology; Sigma !\lu;
Collegians. ROBERT EUGENE FOSTER, Jacksonville; B.S.: Journalism;
Pi Kappa Alpha. GUY LEE FOUNTAIN, DeFuniak Springs; B.S.:
Accounting; Lambda Chi Alpha. REUBEN RAY FOUNTAIN, Pen-
sacola; B.S.: Social Welfare; Social Welfare Club; B.S.U.; Epsilon
LORETTA JEAN FUSSELL, Tampa; B.S.: Elementary Education;
Sophomore Council; Junior Counselor; Circus. MARY JULIA FUTCH,
Lawtey; B.M.E. Music Education. SHUFORD M. FUTCH, JR., Talla-
hassee; B.S.: Advertising & Marketing; Alpha Delta Sigma, Secre-
tary, Treasurer; Summer Flambeau Advertising Manager: Collegians;
Veterans' Club; Transfer from University of Florida. RAY-
MOND WILLIAM GAGE, II, Jacksonville; B.S. Social Science; Veterans'
Club; Westminister Club; American Sociological Society. WILLIAM
GASTON GAINER, Chipley; B. S. Insurance & Real Estate. HAROLD
HENRY GALERNEAU, Graceville; B.S.: Social Science.
RUTH JOHNSON FOUNTAIN, West Palm Beach; B S.: Education;
Alpha Gamma Delta; Sweetheart Court of Lambda Chi Alpha; Traffic
Court Clerk; ACE. I.; F.T.A. REGINIA ANGELINA FRANCESCON,
Miami; B.S.: Elementary Education; Kappa Alpha Theta, Secretary,
Historian; Sophomore Council; Secretary of State Cornmittee; Junior
Counselor; A.C.E.; Social Chairman Bryan Hall; Secretary of Organi-
zations Committee. WILLIAM JOSEPH FRANKLIN, Panama City:
B.S.: Insurance; Insurance Society; Men's Glee Club; Dorm Govern-
ment. LESLIE JANE FRAZIER, Americus, Georgia; B.S. Elementary
Education; Alpha Delta Pi, Secretary; B.S.U.; Recreation Club;
Transfer from Georgia Southwestern College in Americus. FRANK
GEORGE FREEDMAN; Jacksonville; B.M.E. Music; Marching Chiefs;
BILLIE DIANE GAMBLE, Miami; B.S. Nursing; S.N. A., Vice-President.
SALLYE DELLE GANEY, Coral Gables; B.A. English; Phi Beta Kappa;
Women's Glee Club; Choral Union; University Singers; Boots & Saddle
Club. NANCY GAYLE GARDNER, Jacksonville; B.S. Business Education;
Alpha Omicron Pi, Treasurer; Sophomore Council; Garnet Key; Junior
Counselor, Vice-President of Jennie Murphree; Student Body Senate,
Secretary; Student Faculty Budget Committee; F.B.L.A.; Wesley
Foundation: Homecoming Committee; Student Speakers Bureau. WILLIE
CLYDE GARDNER, JR., Bushnell; B.S. Physical Education. ROSEMAN
GARNER, Sanford; B.S. Nursing: Marching Chiefs; Phi Mu; Concert
Band; S.N. A. JOHN CECIL GARRETT, Columbus, Georgia; B.S. Journ-
alism; Pi Kappa Phi; Marching Chiefs; Symphonic Band; Board of
ROBERT GORDON GARRIGUES, Kansas City, Missouri; B.S.: Busi-
ness Administration; Alpha Kappa Lambda; Transfer from Central
Missouri State College. BETTY ELLEN GASKIN, Coral Gables; B.A.:
Business. JANICE PARNELL GAUSE, Tallahassee; B.S.: Mathematics;
Mathematics Club. EVELYN RUTH GAY, Lakeland; B.S.: Home
Economics. ELBERT CLAY GENTRY III, Pensacola; B.S.: Accounting;
Delta Sigma Pi. GEORGE MARSHALL GENTRY, Pensacola; B.S.:
Chemistry; Science Club; Y.M.C.A. at Pensacola J.C.
ANN WILLENE GEORGE, Miami; B.S.: Education; Pi Beta
Phi; F.T.A.; Scholarship Club; Wesley Foundation, GAIL ANN
GEUTHER, Bradenton; B.S.: Business Education. CELESTINA
VIRGINIA GIFFORD, DeLand; B.S. Elementary Education; Phi Mu;
Tau Beta Sigma; Scholarship Club; Marching Chiefs; Symphonic Band;
F.T.A.; Wewman Club. CHRISTINE GINOCCHIO, Daytona Beach; B.A.
Spanish; Zeta Tau Alpha; Circus; Sophomore Council, Treasurer;
Sigma Delta Pi; Village Vamps; Sophomore Hop Queen; Garnet
Key; Mortified; President of Reynolds Hall; Student Government
Funds Committee. SALLIE BELL GLADDING, DeLand; B.S. Retailing;
Delta Gamma; Freshman Carnival Queen; Gamma Alpha Chi; Phi
Chi Theta; Fashion Institute; Homecoming Dance Committee; Softball
All-star Team. BECKY ANN GLASS, Orlando; B.S. Education; Pi
Beti Phi Circus; N.E.A.; Freshman Flunkies; Village Vamps.
BEVERLY DAWN GLEASON, Orange City; B.S. Nursing; S.N, A.
LEONARD GLEDHILL JR., Biddleford, Maine; B.S. Business; Alpha
Kappa Psi; Student Council; B.S.U. IRA VANDES GLISSON, JR.,
Tallahassee; B.S. Business Administration; Alpha Kappa Psi; Colle-
gians; Insurance and Real Estate Club; Veterans' Club; Cavaliers.
ALBERT DETLOUS GODWIN, Jacksonville; B.S. Insurance; Insurance
&. Real Estate Club; Westminster Fellowship, Vice-President; Transfer
from Jacksonville J.C. FRED STUART GOULD, Atlanta, Georgia; B.S.
Business; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. JACK ARTHUR GOWAN, Tallahassee;
B.S. Business; Insurance & Real Estate Society, Secretary; Circle K
Club; Transfer from Orlando J. C.
DERRYL JANE GRACE, Ft. Lauderdale; B.S Art Education; Alpha
Gamma Delta; Smoke Signals Staff; Art Education Club; Tally Ho Staff.
BETTY SUE GRAHAM, Tallahassee; B.S. Elementary Education; Kappa
Delta. E. LOUISE GRAHAM, Tampa; B.S. Elementary Education; Alpha
Chi Omega; F.T.A.; Scholarship Club; Choral Union; Women's Glee
Club; Xarmen'; "The Bartered Bride". GAIL FRANCES GRANGER,
St. Petersburg; B.S. Chemistry; Student Affiliates of the American
Rainboots! I should have brought a rubber raft.
Chemical Society. BETSY GREEN, l^t. Valley, Ga.; B.S. Social Welfare;
Gamma Phi Beta; Social Welfare Club. CAROL ROBERTA GREEN,
Pensacola; B.S.: Nursing; S.N. A., Secretary.
LAWTON RANDOLPH GREEN, Jacksonville; B.S.; Social Studies;
"New Moon opperetta; Collegians. RALPH H. GREEN, Talla-
hassee; B.S.: Accounting; Kappa Sigma. BRUCE ALLEN GREENE,
Panama City; B.S.: Marketing; Alpha Kappa Psi, Veterans
Club. DOUGLAS CHARLES GREENE, Raleigh, IM. C; B.S.: Psy-
chology; Theta Chi; Arnold Air Society, Squadron Commander
and Area Commander; Housefellow West Hall. ELDON LLOYD GREENE,
Quincy; B.S. Accounting. ARNOLD LESTER GREENFIELD, Miami;
B.S. Political Science; Varsity Debate Team, Manager 3; Elections
Committee; Asst. Attorney General; Attorney General; Student Body
President; Chairman Student Speakers Bureau; Executive Committee of
the Intelligent Faith Week; Student Party Exec. Committee; National
Public Speaking Champion; Intercollegiate Athletic Committee; Mem-
ber of Alpha Council; Gold Key; Omicron Delta Kappa; Tau Kappa Al-
pha; Pi Sigma Alpha; Who's Who in American Colleges.
HERBERT JOHN GREENLEE, JR., Eustis; B.S. Accounting; March-
ing Chiefs; Baptist Student Union. DONALD C. GRIFFIN, Jack-
sonville; B.M.E., Phi Mu Alpha; Choral Union. SARAH JANE
GRIFFIN, Frostproof; B. S.: Home Economics; Pi Beta Phi; West-
minster House, President; Honor Court Junior Counselor. MARTHA
YVONNE GRIZZARD, Atlanta, Ga.; B.S.: Recreation; Chi Omega,
Pres.; Wesley Foundation Council; Circus; Organizations Commit-
tee; F. Club, President; Social Chrm. Dorm; Sophomore Council;
Judiciary Chairman; Recreation Club Pres.; Garnet Key; American
Association of Health, Phys. Ed. and Recreation; Student-Faculty
Athletic Committtee; Mortarboard; Junior Counselor. JANE ESTELLE
GROGAN, Clearwater; B.S. Education ROSEMARY D. GROW; Colquitt,
Ga.; B.S.: Education; Sigma Kappa; Wesley Foundation; Fashion
WILLIAIVI ALTON GROW, JR.; Tallahassee; B.S.: Business Ad-
vertising; Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Chaplain, Correspondent, Recorder,
Scholarship Chairman; Arnold Air Society, Area Executive Officer.
FREDNA ANITA HAAS; B.S. Home Economics and Home Demon-
stration; Home Economics Club, President and State Treasurer; Sopho-
more Council; 4-H Club; Junior Counselor; Baptist Student Union
Council. CHARLES F. HAEFLINGER, JR.; Winter Park; B.S. Account-
ing, Business. JACKIE RAY HAILEY; W. Palm Beach; B. S. Elementary
Education; Alpha Gamma Delta; Marching Chiefs, Head Majorette.
HENRY HORRY HAIR, III, Live Oak; B.S. Insurance and Real Estate;
Kappa Alpha; Marching Chiefs; F.S.U. Rifle Team; Army ROTC;
BARBARA WILKERSON HALE, Orlando; B.S. Elementary Education.
HILTON HENDRICKS HALEY; Tallahassee; B.S. Marketing; Alpha
Kappa Psi; Veterans Club.
We're seven minutes late to class now. Shall we make
it an even ten?
HILTON HENRICKS HALEY; Tallahassee; B.S. Marketing; Alpha Kappa
Psi; Veterans Club. MARTHA ANNE HALL, DeLand; B.S.: Secretarial
Science; Alpha Omicron Pi; Junior Counselor; Gamma Alpha Chi; Cir-
cus; Ruge Hall. ELIZABETH ANN HATTON, Orlando; B.S.: Secretarial
Science; Pi Beta Phi; Hedge Trainer; President; Tally-Ho Staff, Organ-
izations Editor, Class Editor; Flambeau, Asst. Business Mgr.; Wesley
Foundation. JUNE HAMILTON, Bushnell; B.S.: Interior Design; Delta
Zeta, Recording Secretary, Pres.; Alpha Lambda Delta; Omicron Nu;
Home Economics Club; Freshman Flunkies; Kappa Alpha Rose Court
BARBARA ANN HAMMER, Ft. Louderdale; B.S.: Nursing; Alpha X
Delta; Student Nurses Ass'n. RUTH A. HAMMOND, Ft. Lauderdale;
B.S.: Social Welfare; Transfer from Monmouth College; Kappa Delta
ROBERT CRAIG HAMNER, W. Palm Beach; B.S.: Management
and Marketing; Delta Sigma Pi; Housefellow West Hall. GLORIA
MAXINE HANNON, Tallahassee; B.S.: Social Welfare and Ed-
ucation; Alpha Chi Omega; Vice Pres.; Social Work Club, Pres.;
F.T.A. PAT HARDY, Bonifay; B.S.: Business Education; Gymkana;
4-H Club; F.T.A. JOAN ELIZABETH HARMON, St. Petersburg; B.A.
Business, Retailing; Zeta Tau Alpha; Secretary of Elections; Gamma
Alpha Chi, Pres.; Sophomore Council; Village Vamps; Circus; Jr.-Sr.
Prom Invitation and Ticket Chairman; Student Party Treasurer.
DAVID ALLEN HARRIS; B.S.: Political Science; Phi Alpha Theta;
Pres.; Alpha Phi Omega; Phi Sigma Alpha; State Treas. Future Busi-
ness Leaders of America. LINDA LOUISE HARRIS; Tallahassee; B.A.
Art Education; Alpha Lambda Delta, Sec; Art Education Club.
JIM CARLTON HAYWOOD, Leesburg, B.S.: Accounting; Kappa Al-
pha; Circus; Baptist Men on Campus, Pres. ELSA LOUISE HECK-
ENDORF, Sarasota; B.S.: Fashion Design; Transfer from Stetson,
Circus; Fashion Institute; Gamma Alpha Chi; Kappa Phi; Theta
Alpha Phi; Pepper Award for Fashion Design. JAMES RICHARD
HENDERSON, Brooksville; B.S.: Economics; Kappa Alpha. BAR-
BARA LOUISE HENDRIX, Ormond Beach; B.S.: Food and Nutri-
tion; Kappa Alpha Theta, Editor, Pres.; Village Vamps; Garnet Key
Home Economics Club; Judiciary; Gymkana Court; Florida Hall Pres.
Transfer from Wesleyan at Macon. VELMA W. HENDRICKS, Milton
B.S.: Elementary Education; Pres. Fla. Education Assoc; National
Education Assoc. RODGER DUPREE HERNDON, Miami; B.S.; Business;
Alpha Phi Omega; Alpha Delta Sigma; Sculions.
JOSEPH HESS, Tallahassee; B.A.: Meteorology. POLLY VIRGINIA
HEYWARD, Bogalusa, La.; B.A.: Art; Delta Zeta; F Club, Cor-
responding Secretary; Art Interest Club, Sec-Treas.; Ruge Hall,
Publications, Altar Guild. GAIL WINIFRED HICKS, Plant City;
B.S.: Elementary Education; Kappa Delta; Theatre Dance Group. SUE
HICKS, Pensacola; B.S.: Elementary Education. CLAUDE KEITH
HILTON, Tallahassee; B.S. Education; Gymkana. EDGAR ALLAN HIN-
SON, Plant City; B.S.: Business; Theta Chi, Vice Pres.; Pres., Jr.
Inter-Frat. Council; Honor Court.
E. TRACY HARRISON, Tallahassee; B.S.: Personnel Administration
Lambda Chi Alpha; Rush Chairman; Baptist Student Union; Na-
tional Society for Public Administration; Tally-Ho Staff; Cavaliers.
JAN BAYLESS HARRISON, Pensacola; B.S.: Business, Secretarial
Science. DELORES HART, Mayo; B.S.: Education. CAROL VIRGINIA
HARTSFIELD; Tallahassee; B.A.: Phi Delta Pi, Vice Pres. REBECCA
NANTS HARVARD, Columbia, S. C; B.A.: Speech; Delta Delta Delta.
DONALD NORMAN HAYES, Tallahassee; B.S.: Social Science; Baptist
Student Union; International Club.
SARA LILLIAN HOBBS, Lumpkin, Ga.; B.S.: Education; Delta Zeta; Co-
tillion. PAUL B. HODGES, Panama City; Graduate Student. AL E.
HOFFLANDER, JR.; Tampa; B.S.: Physics; Pi Kappa hi; Sigma Pi Sig-
ma; Astronomy Club. JOYCE HOLT, Rochelle, Ga.; B.S.: Social Welfare,
Secretarial Science; Transfer from Valdosta State College; Women's
Glee Club Senate; Baptist Student Union Council; Program Leader,
Y.W.A; Social Work Club. SYLVIA CONRAD HOMMER, St. Petersburg;
B.S.: Medical Technology; Alpha Gamma Delta. JOYCE ELAINE
HOOKS, Jacksonville; B.S.: Elementary Education; Circus; Future
Teachers of America.
JOHNSON, B. J
JOHNSON, B. G,
JOHNSON R. Wl.
JOHNSON, R. G.
LEMUEL HOUSTON HOOVER, Jacksonville; B.S.: Business, IVlarketing;
Kappa Alpha Order, Rush Chairman; Men's Intramural Board, Vice Pres-
ident. BETTY FAYE HORNER, Miami Beach; B.S.: Advertising, Jour-
nalism; Delta Gamma; Junior Senator; Gamma Alpha Chi; Junior Coun-
selor; Mortified; Rush Chairman, Delta Gamma. LUCY RENDRO HOS-
KINS; Pineville, Kentucky; Graduate. HELEN GERMAN HOTCHKISS,
Vero Beach; B.S.: Elementary Education. DOLORES M. HOUSTON, Cy-
press; B.S.: Elementary Education; F.T.A. MARY BIRDIE HOWARD,
Gainesville; B.S.: Elementary Education; Delta Zeta; F.T.A.; "F"
Club; Home Economics Club.
JAMES EDWIN HOWE, St. Petersburg; B.S.: Business. NANCY
ARLEEN HUDGINS, Lake Wales; B.S.: Art Education; Alpha
Omicron Pi, Historian; Junior Counselor, Dorm Social Chairman; Art
Education Club; F.T.A. ; Kappa Delta Pi. SALLY FRANCES HUGHES,
St. Augustine; B.S.: Biology. SARAH FRANCES HUKLE, Tampa
B.M.E.: Music Education; Sigma Alpha Iota, Treasurer; B.S.U.
Women's Glee Club. EMILY JEANNE HULL; Daytona Beach; B.S.
Physical Education; Tarpon Club; A.A.H.P.E.R.; P.E.A.; Freshman
Flunkies. MARIA MATILDE HUME, Coral Gables; B.A.: Arts and
Sciences; Delta Delta.
CHARLES RAY HUNT, Tallahassee; B.S.: Journalism, Advertising; Al-
pha Delta Sigma. MELVIN S. HUNTER; Tallahassee; B.S.: Business,
Hotel and Restarant Management; Theta Chi. MURSHEDUL HUQ,
Dacca, Pakistan; B.S.: Arts and Sciences, Biology. DORIS LAVON
HUSTIN, St. Petersburg; B.S.: Business; West Landis Hall Dorm Pres-
ident, Floor Chairman; Pi Omega Pi, President; Phi Chi Theta, Treas-
urer. SANDRA LYNETTE INGRAM, Apopka; B.S.: Elementary Educa-
tion; Phi Mu. ELEANORE ANN IRVIN, Miami Shores; B.S.: Elementary
Education; Alpha Xi Delta; Choral Union; A.C.A.; F.T.A., Representa-
tive for Student Party; Alpha Xi Delta, House Chairman, Secretary.
JERRY RONALD IVERSON, Chicago, Illinois; B.S.: Arts and
Sciences, Economics; Theta Chi, Officer; Circus. RUTH ANN
IVEY, Tallahassee; B.S.: Home Economics Education; Home
Economics Club. SHIRLEY GAY JACKSON, Panama City; B.S.:
Elementary Education; Sigma Kappa; Cotillion Club, Secretary; F.T.A.;
Sigma Kappa, Rush Chairman, Intramural Chairman, House Chairman.
JOEL PAUL JACOBS, Ft. Lauderdale; B.S.: Business, Accounting;
Sigma Chi; Varsity Swimming; Undersecretary of Organization. CHET-
ANA JAIYALAPHO, Bangkok, Thailand; Graduate, Arts and Sciences.
JOHN HULBERT JEAFF, Tuscon, Arizona; B.A.: Education.
But I'm your teacher. I won't hurt you. Please come out.
MARY ELIZABETH JEFFERS, Tallahassee; B.S.: Nursing Education;
Ahechievs Club; International Club. DALE KEITH JENSON, Chipley;
B.M.E.; Music; Phi Mu Alpha, President; Kappa Kappa Psi; Sym-
phony; Symphonic Band; Marching Chiefs; Flambeau. RICHARD
HENRY JOCKEL, St. Petersburg; B.S.: Education. BARBARA JANE
JOHNSON, Lake Worth; B.A.: Arts & Sciences; Zeta Tau Alpha;
Transfer from Palm Beach J. C; Circus; Women's Glee Club; Junior
Counselor; Sigma Tau Delta, Treasurer. BILLY GRAYDON JOHNSON,
Dunn, North Carolina; B.S.: Journalism; Kappa Sigma. GLORIA
EVELYN JOHNSON, Tallahassee; B.S.: Elementary Education; Pi
Beta Phi; Circus; Sophomore Council; Junior Counselor; Tally-Ho
HAMAN HAROLD JOHNSON, Tallahassee; B.S.; Education. LOLA
MAE JOHNSON, Chipley; B.S.: Home Economics; B.S.U.: Publicity
Director; Home Economics Club; Membership Club. ROBERT MAUR-
ICE JOHNSON, Tallahassee; B.S. Arts & Sciences; Sigma Chi, Secre-
tary and Chaplain; Secretary of Organizations, Student Body Presi-
den's Cabinet; Gold Key; Homecoming Committee, Student Chairman,
Parade Committee; Inter-faith Student Council; Executive Council,
Student Party; Sophomore Judiciary; Housefellow Magnolia Hall; West-
minster Foundation; Air Force ROTC, Outstanding Sophomore Cadet;
Sabre Flight Honorary, Commander; Arnold Air Society Commander;
Commander, Vandenberg Guard; Personnel Officer, (Lt. Colonel) Who's
Who in American Colleges and Universities. ROSE GYNELLE JOHNSON,
Jasper; B.S. Education; Phi Mu, pledge trainer; Junior Counselor;
Future Teachers of America. CHARLES EDWARD JOINER, Tallahassee;
B.S. Business, Management. JOHN JOINER, Jacksonville; B.S. Business,
Personnel Management; Kappa Alpha; Transfer from Jacksonville
Junior College Alpha Kappa Psi; Cavaliers; Circus.
WILLIAM FLAKE JOINER, JR., Quincy; B.S. Business, Restaurant
and Hotel Management; Kappa Alpha; Scullions. BARBARA ELAINE
JONES, West Palm Beach; B.S. Home Economics, Interior Design;
Sigma Kappa, Secretary; Gamma Alpha Chi; Fashion Institute; Home
Economics Club. CHARLES RAY JONES, Warrington; B. S. Business,
IVIarketing. JOAN JONES, Miami Shores; A B. Music; Zeta Tau Alpha,
Song Chairman; Sigma Alpha Iota, Social Chairman, President; Pi
Kappa Lambda; Sigma Delta Pi; Pi Delta Phi; Choral Union; Women's
Glee Club; Freshman Flunl<ies. ROBERT CHARLES JONES, St. Peters^
burg; B.A. English; Sigma Tau Delta, Vice President; Soltas. DOLORES
JO ANN JOSEPH; B.S. Social Welfare; Transfer, Barry College; New-
man Club; Social Work Club; Gymkana; Gymnastica; Junior Coun-
PAUL NESTOR JULA, Fair Oaks, Pa.; B.S. Business; Delta Sigma Pi,
President. SHELDON JOSEPH KAMILAR; Tallahassee; B.S. Industrial
Arts Education; Vets Club. JANICE MARILYN KAMINIS; Tampa;
B,A. Public Administration; Alpha Delta, President; Vice-President
Student Body; President of Student Senate; President of Alpha Lamb-
da Delta; Vice-President of Broward Hall; Secretary of State; Garnet
Key, Historian; Mortar Board, Historian; Sophomore Council; Junior
Council; Pi Sigma Alpha; Politics Club, Secretary-Treasurer; Pan-
Hellenic Honor Court, Chairman; Wesley Council. FRANK N. KANEY,
Tampa; B.S. Speech; Pi Kappa Phi; Chief Announcer WFSU-FM.
MARY SYLVIA KEARSON, Blackshear, Ga.; B.S. Social Welfare; Alpha
Gamma Delta, Treasurer, President; Social Welfare Club; IFF; Mortar
Board; Garnet Key; Tally Ho; Secretary of Student Senate; Secretary
of Student Events. Transfer, Huntington College. BARBARA ALIDA
KEESLER, St. Petersburg; B.S. Business Education; Alpha Gamma
Delta; Majorette with the Marching Chiefs; Tau Beta Sigma.
EDWARD KEEL, JR., Marianna; B.S.; Business, Management. CAROL
ANN KEELS, Miami; B.S. Education; Alpha Xi Delta, Publicity Chair-
man, Treasurer, Vice President; FTA; Scholarship Club; Tally Ho.
JAMES S. KELLERMAN, Largo; B.S. Physical Education; Physical
Education Majors Club. ANN M. KELLY, Coral Gables; B.S. Elementary
and Early Childhood Education; Zeta Tau Alpha; Alpha Lambda Delta,
Secretary Panhellenic; President Panhellenic; Junior Counselor; Dorm-
itry Vice President; Secretary Kappa Delta Pi, FTA, ACE. KATHRYN
LOUISE KELSHEIMER, Bradenton; B.S. Botany; Sigma Kappa. JEAN
LIVINGSTON KENDRICK, Tallahassee; B.A. Chemical Science; Alpha
FRED P. KENNEY, Springfield, Mass.; B.S.: Business; Sigma Nu,
Rush Chairman, Alumni Contact, Chaplain, Executive Council; Baseball-
Newman Club; Saber Flight; Letterman's Club. ELIZABETH JEAN-
ETTE KENT, Jay; B.S. Elementary Education; Sigma Kappa. JACKIE
DON KIDD, Greenacres City; B.S. Insurance and Real Estate; Kappa
Sigma; Veterans Club; Insurance and Real Estate Society, Treasurer.
JAMES PIERRE KILBOURN, Port St. Joe; Geology; Geology Club;
Wesley Foundation, Organizations Committee; Dorm Governor. WILLIAM
Class in birdwatching? Nope. Just spring.
CAMERON KILAN, St. Petersburg; B.S. Management and Finance;
Phi Kappa Tau; Concert Band; Newman Club; Transfer, St. Peters-
burg Junior College. BILLY JOE KING, Pensacola; B.S. Business;
CAROLYN WILKINSON KING, Punta Gorda; B.S. Interior Design.
ELLEN ANNETTE KING, Baker; B.A. Education; BSU; Junior Coun-
selor; Chaplain, Reynolds Hall. HATTIE NANN KINSEY, Ceballos,
province de Camanguey, Cuba; B. S. Home Economics Education;
Home Economics Club; Floor Chairman East Landis; International
Club; Future Teachers of America. HARRY CHARLES KIRBY, Jackson-
ville; B.S. Real Estate and Insurance; Alpha Kappa Psi; Insurance
and Real Estate Society; Veterans Club. SUSAN VIRGINIA KIRK-
CONNELL, Sarasota; B.A.: Elementary Education; Delta Delta Delta,
Panhellenic Representative, Activities Chairman, Co-Rush Chairman;
Flambeau Staff, National Education Association, Florida Education
Association. GARY JOSEPH KISSINGER, Tallahassee; B.S.: Public
Administration; Day Student Senator; Veterans Club; ASPA, Secretary-
JEANI KITCHENS, Coral Gables; B.S.: Clothing and Textiles; Kappa
Alpha Theta, Assistant Rush Chairman, Vice-president; Freshman
Flunkies, Warpath Club, Sophomore Council, Fashion Institute, Gamma
Alpha Chi, F.S.U. Modeling Staff, Smoke Signals Court, IFC Court;
Phi Delta Theta Sweetheart; Co-Chairman of Miss Gymkanna Con-
test, Village Vamps, Pres. GORDON ARTHUR KITZMAN; Tallahassee;
B.S.: Meteorology; Major, United States Air Force. ANTHONY DEN-
NIS KLAPPAS, St. Petersburg; B.A.: Industrial Arts Club, Secretary,
Intermural Championship Team; Sigma Phi Sigma, President. STEVE
KLEID, Miami Beach; B.S.: Speech, Flambeau; Tally Ho Chief Pho-
tographer; Phi Eta Sigma, Collegians; Publicity Co-Chairman; West
Hall Dorm Government; Lieutenant Governor, Dramatic Productions,
Les Jongleurs; University Singers; Choral Union; Opera Workshop; Light
Opera Guild; Drama-T.V. Workshop; Hillel; Vets Club; Smoke Signals;
Phi Mu Alpha. JACK DANIEL KNIGHT, Zolfo Springs; B.S.: Business.
RODNEY E. KNIGHT, Bradenton; B.S.: Business.
FRANCES BARBARA KORAS, Ft. Lauderdale; B.A.: Public Adminis-
tration; Alpha Chi Omega; Theater Dance Group, Production Manager;
State Committee for Ol<lahoma. MARGARET ANN KREMIN; Tampa;
B.S.: Nursing Education; Ahechievs, Treasurer. JAMES E. KUHN, JR.,
Boyd; B.S.: Business; Kappa Sigma; Rifle Team, Co-Captain. JACK
ROBERT LAMB, Okeechobee B.S.: Physical Education. CAROL ANN
LANDRY, Ft. Lauderdale; B.S.: Medical Technology; Tally Ho; Junior
Counselor, Dorm Government. SHIRLEY ANN LANDRUM, Panama
City; B.S.: School of Education; FTA; ACEI; Epsilon Chi.
ROBERT CUSHMAN LANSFORD, St. Petersburg; B.S.: Business;
Lambda Chi Alpha, Scholarship Award; Alpha Omicron Pi Man of the
Year; Transfer from St. Petersburg Junior College. MORTON SHELDON
LARNER, Tallahassee; B.S.: Business Administration; Tau Epsilon Phi;
Insurance and Real Estate Club; Seminole Flying Club. WILLIAM R.
LASSA, Ft. Lauderdale; B.A,: Philosophy. LOYD F. LASSEN, South
Bend, Ind.; B.S.: Business; Varsity Track; Dorm Government; Sigma
Delta Psi. MARY ANN LASSITER; West Palm Beach; B.S.: Ele-
mentary Education; Alpha Gamma Delta; Student Senate; Student
Events Committee; Epsilon Chi, President; Tally Ho; ACE, Treasure^-;
FTA; State Scholarship Club. M. DIANE LATIMER, Miami; B.S.:
Elementary Education; Kappa Delta, Vice-President; Senior Class
Senator; Sophomore Council, Vice President; Association for Childhood
Education, President, Westminster Fellowship.
ALBERT AMERICO LATINA, Plant City; B.A.: Biology; Newman
Club; Choral Union; Warpath Club. BEVERLY ELISE LAURENT, Bar-
tow; B.S.: Elementary Education, Chi Omega; Village Vamps; Future
Teachers of America; Circus; Theater Dance Group; Fashion Modeling
Squad, Sigma Chi Derby Queen, Military Ball Queen Court, IFC Queen's
Court; Smoke Signals, Queen's Court; Gymkana Queens Court; Co-
Chairman, Gymkana Contest. JANE GIBSON LAWRENCE, Dade City;
B.S.: Education; Chi Omega; Modeling Squad Alternate; Theater Dance
Group; Choral Union; F.H.A.; FT. A. MYRA ANNE LAY, Coral Gables;
B.A.: Spanish; Alpha Xi Delta: Soph. Council; Jr. Counselor; Tau
Beta Epsilon; Sigma Delta Pi; Gymkana Court. EUGENE L. LE BEUF,
Tallahassee; B.S.- Insurance and Real Estate; Alpha Kappa Psi; In-
surance and Real Estate Society. EARL VICTORY LEE, Pensacola;
EDWARD K. LEGERTON, Tampa; B.S.: Geology; Scabbard and Blade
Society, First Sergeant. JOHN PHILLIPS LEGRAND, JR., Mocksville,
N. C; B.S.: Restaurant and Hotel Management. RICHARD L. LEH-
MANN, Tallahassee; B.S.: Finance; Phi Mu Alpha; Lambda Delta,
Regional President; Campus Sing Committee; Collegians; Choral Union.
JANE FRANCES LEONE, Fort Myers; B.S.: Elementary Education;
Freshmen picnic — iun, fellowship and fried chicken.
F.B.L.A.; F.T.A.; Newman Club. JEAN A. LEVINSON, Sarasota; B.S.:
Chemistry; Marching Chiefs; American Chemical Society-Student Af-
filiate. CLAYTON HUGH LEWIS, Pensacola; B.S.: Business; Alpha
Kappa Psi Business Fraternity; Vets Club; Transfer.
DON K, LEWIS, Miami; B.S.: Public Planning; Sigma Chi, secretary;
Gold Key; Alpha Council; Vice Pres. Sophomore Class; Junior Senator;
Senior Senator; Chairman of Student Labor, Services, and Education
Committee; Speaker's Bureau. EUGENE ARDEN LEWIS, Thomasville,
Ga.; B.S.: Physical Education; Vollyball; Alpha Phi Omega. JANE
HASKELL LEWIS, Tallahassee; B.S.: Secretarial Science; Delta Gam-
ma Historian; Sophomore Council; Junior Counselor for Day Students;
Wesley Foundation; Recreation Treasurer; Concert Band; Phi Chi
Theta. LORETTA LEE LEWIS, Jacksonville Beach; B.A.: Modern
Languages; Delta Delta Delta; Los Picaros; Freshman Flunkies; Sigma
Delta Pi; International Students Club. JUDITH NAN LEVINE, West
Englewood, New Jersey; B.S.: Psychelogy. LARRY E. LEVY, Talla-
hassee; B.S.: Business; Sigma Chi; Alpha Kappa Psi, Veteran's Club.
ROBERT LOUIS LEWITT, JR., Miami; B.S.: Social Studies; Dorm
Government West Hall. ARDIS F. LIDDON, Winter Haven; B.S.: Ele-
mentary Education; Phi Mu, Treas.; Freshman Flunkies; F.T.A. TROY
C. LINDSEY, JR., Americus, Ga.; B.S.: Management. ANN LOUISE
LINTHICUM, Hollywood; B.S.: Nursing; Student Nurses Association.
BARBARA JEAN LITTLE, Tampa, B.S.; Science Education; Kappa
Alpha Theta, Treas.; Freshman Class Treas.; Vice-Pres. Reynolds Hall;
Sophomore Council; Marching Chiefs; Junior Counselor, President
Broward Hall; Garnet Key; Tau Beta Sigma; Westminster Fellowship;
F.T.A.; Mortified; Intramurals, Softball and Badminton All Star.
GEORGE DAHMER LIVINGSTON, JR., Quincy; B.S.: Economics; Phi
Delta Theta, Pledge Master; Advanced ROTC, Scabbard and Blade.
MOORE, J. M.
MOORE, J. T.
MURRAY, B. L.
MURRAY, R. P.
GARY M. LOGAN, Orlando; B.S.: Elementary Education; Sophomore
Council, Alpha Gamma Delta; Future Teachers; Epsilon Chi; Kappa
Delta Pi. ERNEST PIERCE LONG, Jacksonville; B.S.: Personnel Man-
agement; Kappa Alpha; Methodist Student House; YMCA Leaders
Club. HUEY BILLY LONG, Tallahassee; Geography. FRANCIS BARRY
LUBECK, West Palm Beach; B.S.: Personnel Management, Economics;
Delta lau Delta; Newman Club. CHARLES FRANKLIN LUTTRELL,
Columbus, Ga., B.M.E.: Music; Marching Chiefs; Concert Band; Col-
legians; University Singers; Alpha Phi Omega; Choral Union Summer.
ANNE KENNEDY MacLACHLAN, Miami; B.S.: Elementary Education;
Dorm Social Committee; Intramural Teams.
JAMES EDWARD MAHONEY, Tallahassee; B.A.: Business. JEAN
A. IVIAIFELD, St. Petersburg; B.S.: Home Economics. YOLANDA
CHARLOTTE MANDESE, Tampa; B.S.: Medical Technology. CORA
ANN MANNING; Punta Gorda; B.S.: Elementary Education; Delta
Gamma; Circus; Concert Band; Westminster House; State Treasurer.
MARILYN ANN MANTYK, Miami; B.S.: Elementary Education; Future
Teachers of America. BARBARA JEAN MAPPIN, Miami; B.S.: Edu-
cation; Baptist Student Union; Scholarship Club.
RAYMOND LOUIS MARKY, JR., Tallahassee; B.S.: Bookkeeping
Science; Theta Chi, Treas.; Bookeeping Club; Cavaliers. ANNE
ISABEL MARSH, Jacksonville; :B.S. Elementary and Special
Education. JEAN MARIE MARSHICK, St. Petersburg; B.S.: Physical
Education; F Club; Intramural Manager; W.D.R.A. Board; Physical
Education Association. RICHARD DANIEL MARTIN, Sarasota; B.A.:
Psychology. VIRGINIA ANN B. MARTIN, Umatilla; B.S.: Elementary
Education. ERNEST BROWARD MASHBURN, Cottondale; B.S.: Per-
"Take a break" he soys. This production would wear
Ethel Merman out.
HARRY C. MAY, Tallahassee; B.E.: Business. ANN JANET
MAYFIELD, Wewahitchka; State Scholarship Club; Future Teachers;
Pi Omega Pi, Vice-Pres. GERALD NACHOMAS McCALL, Mayo;
B.S.: Education; Sigma Alpha Eta; Alpha Phi Omega MARY
CLAIRE McCALL, Quincy; B.S.: Social Welfare; Junior Coun-
selor; Baptist Student Union. THOMAS FAIN McCALL, St. Peters-
burg; B.S.: History; Veterans Club. HANK McCANN, West Palm Beach;
B.S.: Speech; Phi Delta Theta, Rush Chairman, Social Chairman, Exe-
utive Board; Freshman Class Senator; Sophomore class Senator; Omi-
cron Delta Kappa, Vice-Pres. Collegiate Party, Executive Board, Vice
"hairman. Chairman; Circus; Mens Senate; Alpha Council; Cavaliers,
Vice-President; Les Jounglers; Senate Honor Court Committee; Fresh-
man Class Cabinet.
MARILYN MASON, Clearwater; B.S.: Education; Kappa Delta
WILLIAM ALBERT MASTERSON, Jacksonville; B.S.: Business; Vet-
erans Club; Newman Club. DE WITT MATHERS, Greenville; B.S.:
Accounting; Veterans Club. MARLENE ELISSA MATOUK, St. Peters-
burg; B.S.: Speech; Les Jongleurs, Vice-Pres.; Gamma Alpha Chi;
WFSU-FM Announcer. JAMES E. MATSON, Tallahassee; B.M.: Ed-
ucation; Phi Mu Alpha; Symphonic Band; Collegians; Baptist Student
Union. JAMES FRANKLIN MATTHEWS, Orlando; B.S.: Education;
Veterans' Club; Scholarship Club; Future Teachers; American Council
of English Teachers.
BARBARA McCARTNEY, Tampa; B.S.: Elementary Education; Chi
Omega, Treasurer, Vice-President, President; Sophomore Council;
Junior Class Treasurer; Senior Class Treasurer; Association for Child-
hood Education, Vice-President; Garnet Key, Secretary; Motar Board,
Editor; Theta Chi Dream Girl Court. EDITH ANN McCONNELL,
Tampa; B.S.: Elementary Education; Alpha Omicron Pi; F.E.A.
SALLY MARIE McCONNELL, St. Petersburg; B. S.: Elementary
English; Art English Club; President of South Cawthorn. RAYMOND
L. McCOY, Tallahassee; B.S.: Social Studies; Phi Eta Sigma;
Kappa Delta Pi; University Court; F.T.A., Scholarship Club Presi-
dent; Scabbard and Blade. LALA ANN McDONALD, Quitman, Ga ,
B.A.: Art; Zeta Tau Alpha; Choral Union, Sophomore Council. MARY
BETH McDonald, Blountstown; B.S.: Business Education; Delta
Zeta; Womens Glee Club; T.FT.A.; Phi Chi Theta.
NORRIS, C. A.
NORRIS, C. H.
ROBERT CLARK McDONALD, Port Orange; B.S.: Chemistry; Track
Team; American Chemical Society. THEODORE JAMES McGONIGAL,
Kissimmee; B.M.E.: IVlusic; Phi Mu Alpha. BETTY ANN McGOWAN,
Scarsdale, N. Y.; B. A.: English; Sigma Kappa, Pan-Hellenic, Intra-
murals Chairman F. Club, Secretary, Social Chairman; W.D.U.R.A.,
Secretary; Flambeau; Election Committee. JAMES M. McINTYRE,
New Port Richey; B.S.: Political Science; West Hall Governor;
Collegians; President's Cabinet, Secretary of honor; Flambeau,
News Editor; Tally-Ho, Co-Sports Editor; Tau Kappa Alpha;
Gold Key, Vice-President Varsity Debate; Homecoming Dance
Chairman; Intelligent-Faith Week Committee; Student Party
Delegate; Intramural Extemporaneous Championship. WILLIAM
ROGERS McKEMIE III, Tampa; B.S.: Insurance; Alpha Tau Omega,
Pledge trainer, secretary; Varsity Tennis; Judiciary; Insurance Club;
Chief Justice Traffic Court; Jr.-Sr, Prom Committee. MARY KATH-
ERINE McKEOWN, Pensacola; B.A.: English; Sigma Delta Pi; Sigma
Tau Delta, President; Junior Counselor; Landis Hall Social Chairman,
Vice-President; Newman Club.
I spend two hours getting dressed and where do we go?
JO ELLEN Mcknight, Tallahassee; B.S.; Social Welfare; Alpha
Gamma Delta; A.C.E.; F.T.A.; Freshman Flunkies, Social Work Club.
SHIRLEY ANN McLENDON, Miami; B.S: Education; Future Teachers;
Scholarship Club; Junior Counselor; Broward Hall Vice-President;
Baptist Student Union. JOHN E. McMANUS, Minonk, III.; B.S.: Baking
Science and Management; Delta Sigma Pi; Bakers Club; Dorm.
Government, Student Assistant. BETTY NAUTHENIA McMILLAN,
Ft. Lauderdale; B.S.: Social Welfare; Transfer from U. of F.; Social
Welfare Club; International Club; Dormitory Government. LEWIS
CLYDE McMillan, Ft. Meade; B.S.: Retailing. DAVID DEAN
MEADOR, Indianapolis, Ind.; B.S.: Restaurant-Hotel; Scullions, Vice-
ADELE ETHEL MEISSNER, Balboa, Canal Zone; B.S.: Social Wel-
fare. NINA RUTH WILLIAMS MELTON, Griffin, Ga.; B.S.: Home
Economics Education; Home Economics Club, Treasurer; Junior Coun-
selor, Vice-President Dormitory; Gymkana; Summer Judiciary. LARRY
EDWARD MEREDITH, Miami; B.S.; Accounting; Delta Tau Delta,
Social Chairman; Flambeau, Business Manager; Delta Sigma Phi;
Student Government, Finance Committee; Westminster Foundation.
GORDON S. MERIMS, Jackson Heights, N. Y,; B.S.: Personal Man-
agement; Track Team; Delta Sigma Pi; F.B.L.A., Treasurer, President;
Scholarship Committee, Chairman. JOSEPH M. MESERVE, Tallahassee;
B.S.: Meteorology. EDWARD H. MILLER, Ft. Lauderdale; B.A.: Radia-
tion Physics; Delta Tau Delta; Alpha Phi Omega; Sabre Flight; Col-
legians; Choral Union; West Hall Housefellow.
PHYLLIS ANN MILLER, Sarasota, B.S.: Social Welfare; Kappa Del-
ta; Sigma Alpha Iota, Vice-President; Women's Glee Club; Social Wel-
fare Club; Lutheran Student Association, President. SHIRLEY ANN
MILLER, Hollywood; B.S.: Nursing; Student Nurses Association;
F.S.U. Band; Baptist Student Union. SHIRLEY LOU MILLION, Balboa,
Canal Zone; Transfer-Canal Zone Junior College; B.A.: Library Science;
Soltas Club; Scholarship winner; Freshman Class Treasurer. DAVID
SIDNEY MINTON, Tallahassee; B.S.: Science Education; Lambda
Chi Alpha. JOSEPH G. MOFFA, Jeannette, Pa.; B.S.: Marketing;
Alpha Kappa Psi; Vets Club. CRAIG LINCOLN MONROE, New
Smyrna Beach; B.S.: Sociology.
CARMINE JOSEPH MONTELEONE, Long Branch, N. J.; B.S.: Baking
Science and Management; Pi Kappa Alpha; Secretary, Treasurer,
Vice-President, Baking Club. GLENDA RAE MOORE, Westville; B.S.:
Nursing; Student Nurses Association. JAMES MARSHALL MOORE,
Tampa; B.S.: Insurance; Alpha Tau Omega. JOHN THOMAS MOORE,
Tallahassee; B.S.: Business; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Baseball, Football.
MARION E. MOORE, Amarillo, Texas; Graduate Student. MARIA
ADELA MORAS, Tallahassee; B.A.: Medical Technology; International
Club; Tarpon Club; Los Picaros.
MARY MORAN, Tampa; B.S.: Elementary Education; Newman Club,
Secretary. SALLY LOU MORGAN, Titusville; B.S.: Physics; Alpha
Omicron Pi; Sigma Pi Sigma. PATRICIA ANNE MORLEY, Columbus,
Ga.; B.A.: Education; Tarpon Club. DAVID ALLEN MORRIS, Tallahas-
see; B.S.: Economics; Sigma Nu, President, Rush Chairman; Flam-
beau; Tally-Ho; Golf. JOHN WILLIAM MORRIS, JR., Tampa; B.S.:
Insurance and Real Estate; Alpha Tau Omega, President; President
of I.F.C., Chairman Advisory Committee; Advisory Council to Dean
ics; Phi Mu.
POWELL, M. S.
POWELL, M. N.
ROGERS, S. B.
ROGERS, S. K.
JAN MORROW, Jacksonville; B.S.: Social Welfare; Delta Gamma;
Social Worl< Club; Delta Gamma, Social Chairman, Rituals Chairman.
HELEN PRISCILLA MOSS, B.S.: English; Pi Beta Phi, Rush Chair-
man, Secretary of State; Sophomore Council; Junior Counselor; Junior
Senator; Garnet Key, Vice-President; Mortified, NANCY MARIE
MULLER, Clearwater; B.S.: Elementary Education; Kappa Alpha Theta,
House Manager; Freshman Flunkies; Cantebury Club; Off Campus Court-
Secretary; FTA; A.C.E.; Tally-Ho. ROBERT H. MURRAH, JR., Pel-
ham, Ga.; B.S.: Recreation Education; Florida State Recreation So-
ciety; Intramurals. BOBBIE LEE MURRAY, Mayo; B.S.: Education
Science; F.T.A.; Circus; Alpha Lambda Delta; Scholarship Club.
ROBERT PERRY MURRAY, Frostproof; B.S.: Management and Fi-
nance; Sigma Chi; Day Student Senator; Mens Vice-President; Home-
coming Committee; Gold Key.
Sometimes this place gets downright seenic.
LAURA MATILDA MURRELL, DeLand; B.S.: Home Economics; Home
Economics Club, Treasurer; 4-H Club; Gamma Alpha Chi; Junior
Counselor; F.T.A. BOB MYERS, Philippi, W.Va.; B.S.: Education,
Theta Chi; Transfer, Alderson-Broaddus College. JULIE ANN NAGEL,
Tampa; B.S.: Elementary Education. NORRIS GENE NAGEL,
Tampa; B.S.: Management. RICHARD WILLIAM NAGODE, Eclude,
Ohio; B.S.: Insurance and Real Estate; Phi Delta Theta; Insurance
and Real Estate Club. ARDYCE JO NAPIER, Hialeah; B.S.: Home
Economics Education; Junior Counselor; Home Economics Club.
CECELIA A. NORRIS; Pahoke; B.S.; Elementary Education; North
Cawthon Social Chairman; F.T.A.; A.C.E. CURTIS H. NORRIS, Pensa-
cola; B.A.: History. WILMER GENE NORRIS, Ponce Le Leon; B.S.:
Management. NANCY ELIZABETH OEXLE, Pensacola; B.A.: Library
Science; Transfer — Duke University; Kappa Alpha Theta, Chaplain;
Ruge Hall Altar Guild; South Pacific Production. MARY JANE
OLIVER, Thomasville, Ga.; B.S.: Business Education; Phi Mu. LAURA
MILSTER ORVILLE, Alexandria, Va.; B.A.: English.
PATRICK LEE NAPIER, Hollywood; B.S.: Applied Music; University
Singers; Alpha Phi Omega, Secretary; Theatre Dance; Gymkana; Col-
legians. AGNES ELOUISE NEARING, Hastings; B.S.: Business Educa-
tion; Gamma Phi Beta; Marching Chiefs; Concert Band; Tau Beta
Sigma; Phi Chi Theta; Newman Club; Junior Counselor. SYLVIA
ELAINE NEEL, Blountstown; B.S.: Education; Baptist Student Union.
FRANCES NEELEY, Monticello; B.S.: Secretarial Science; Phi Mu
Circus; Zeta Sigma Upsilon. DAVIS RAY NELSON, St. Petersburg
B.S.: Accounting; Beta Alpha Chi. KARL BERTEL NELSON, Panama
B.S.: Management; Transfer — Tulane University; Pre-med Club; South
CARLOS E. OTERO, Orocis, Puerto Rico; B.S.: Restaurant and Hotel
Management; International Club, Vice-President; Scullions. JO ANN
OVERSTREET, Jacksonville; B.A.: History; Transfer Carson-Newman
College; Pi Delta Phi; Baptist Student Union. WILLIAM FRANKLIN
PACE, Pensacola; B.S. Advertising; Sigma Epsilon; Alpha Coun-
cil; Alpha Delta Sigma. JOHN KELLY PADGETT, Westville; B.S.:
Mathematics; F.T.A.; Baptist Student Union; Math Club. ROBERT
EVERETT PAGE III, Polk City; B.S.: Public Administration. WILLIE
E. PAGE, JR.., Kinston, N. C; English; Graduate Student.
RICHARD G. NELSON, Auburn, N. Y.; B.S.: Management; Delta Sigma
Pi. ELINOR NEWMAN, Fruitland Park; B.S.: Education; F.T.A., Pres-
ident, Vice-President, Secretary; Epsilon Chi, Vice-President; A.C.E.;
F.A.F.T.A., State Executive Council, Secretary-Treasurer. JOAN BAR-
BARA NICHOLAS, St. Petersburg; B.S.: Retailing; Delta Gamma,
Treasurer; Gamma Alpha Chi, Reporter; Phi Chi Theta. FANCHONE
NICHOLSON, San Antonio; B.S.: Elementary Education; F.T.A.; Wes-
ley Foundation. ROY C. NIXON, Tallahassee, B.S.: Geology; Geology
Club, Secretary-Treasurer. DONALD SCOTT NOOT, Upper Montclair,
N. J.; B.S.: Baking Science and Management; Phi Delta Theta,
President; Alpha Council; Bakers Club; Freshman Class King.
MARJORIE ANN PAINTER, Fort Meade; B.S.: Elementary Educa-
tion; Transfer Florida Southern College; F.T.A.; A.C.E. YVONNE
ELIZABETH PARIS, Miami. ELIZABETH PARKER, Mayo; B.S.: Ed-
ucation; Delta Zeta; F.T.A.; Delta Zeta, Activities Chairman; Dorm
Officer; Health Club. ARTHUR BYRON PARKHURST, Marathon, B.S.:
Political Science; Sigma Nu, President; Baseball. PAULA JOY PAR-
SONS, Miami; B.A.: Arts and Sciences; Marching Chiefs, Majorette;
I.F.C. Queen; Orange Bowl Princess; Homecoming Court; Cotillion.
GLORIA ALMA PAYNE, Macon; B.S.: Physical Education; B.S.U.
Council; Physical Education Association, Program Chairman.
SHUMAN, R. L.
SHUWIAN, R. M.
WILLIAM LYLE PAYNE, Jacksonville; B.S.: Management; Kappa
Alpha; Freshman Basketball. GEORGE HOWARD PEACOCK, Panama
City; B.S.: Accounting, MARY LOUISE PEACOCK, B.S.: Education;
Kappa Alpha Theta, Rush Chairman; Freshman Class Secretary;
Sophomore Council, Secretary; Garnet Key; Mortor Board; Junior
Counselor; Sigma Tau Delta; Who's Who In American Colleges. RALPH
BRANNAN' PECKHAM, Tampa; B.S.: Advertising; Alpha Delta Sigma;
Smoke Signals, Business Manager, Advertising Manager; Magnolia
Hall Social Chairman. NAOMI ANNETTE PEEL, Chipley; B.S.: Home
Economics; F.T.A.; Home Economics Club; Wesley Foundation. FAY
ANNETTE PENDLETON, Tampa; B.S.; Elementary Education; Women's
Glee Club; F.T.A.; Baptist Student Union; A.C.E.
CLEMENT JOHNS PENNINGTON, Tallahassee; B.S.: Arts Education;
Biology Club; Art Education Majors Club, Vice-President; Wesley
Foundation, Historian; National Arts Education Association; F.E.A.
BEVERLY PERKINS, Tallahassee; B.A.: English; Kappa Alpha Theta,
Scholarship Chairman; Freshman Flunkies, Sophomore Council; Junior
Counselor; Tally Ho Staff; Sigma Delta Pi. JEAN ELIZABETH PER-
MENTER, Lakeland; B.S.: Home Economics; Transfer Wesleyan Col-
lege; Dance Club; Fine Arts Club; Swimming Team; Fashion Institute,
Secretary; Home Economics Club. TRUDIE W. PERRY, Bradenton;
B.S. Arts & Sciences; Phi Mu; Sigma Alpha Eta, Secretary; Student-
Faculty Traffic Committee; Summer Council. WILLIAM V. PHILLIPS,
Pensacola; A.B.: Recreation; Sigma Chi; Recreation Club. GEORGE
WAY PLOWMAN, Key West; B.S.: Mathematics.
KAY A. PIEPER, Miramar, Havana, Cuba; B.S.: Home Economics;
Tarpon Club; International Students Club, Secretary; Newman Club;
Sophomore Council; Home Economics Club. IVONNE PIERCY, Panama
City; B.S.: Education; W.D.U.R.A., Publicity Chairman; Intramurals,
Vice Chairman; Physical Education Association, Social Chairman.
MARY KATHLEEN PILCHER, Panama City; B.A.: Arts & Sciences;
Los Picaros; Pi Delta Phi, President; Scholarship Club. CARTHA VA-
LENCIA PINCKNEY, Pinellas Park; B.S.: Education; F.T.A., Secretary.
CAROL LEE PINKARD, Miami; B.S.: Business Education; Junior
Counselor; Phi Chi Theta; Baptist Student Union; Marching Chiefs;
Concert Band. JAN JEROME PIPER, St. Petersburg; B.S.: Restau-
rant and Hotel Management; Scullions Club.
JACQUELYN PITTMAN, Pensacola; B.S.: Nursing; Ahechievs, Vice-
President, President. CHARLET POITEVINT, N. Miami; B.S.: Journal-
ism; Flambeau, Editor, Associate Editor, Greek Editor; Gamma Alpha
Chi; Sophomore Council. HAROLD RICHARD POSSENTI, Tallahassee;
B.S.: Accounting; Delta Tau Delta. MARY STEPHANIE POWELL,
Lakeland; Alpha Xi Delta; B.S.: Personnel Management; Alpha Xi
Delta, Secretary, Treasurer; Gamma Alpha Chi; Phi Chi Theta;
Politics Club; Choral Union. MARY NAOMI POWELL, Daytona Beach;
B.S.: Business; Zeta Tau Alpha, Treasurer. SARAH ELIZABETH
PRATHER, Fort Myers; B.S.: Elementary Education; Pi Beta Phi,
Treasurer; F.T.A.; Village Vampi.
Mascot? I thought it was your rooTimate.
DONALD DAVID PREISSER, Denver, Colo.; B.S.: Physical Educa-
tion; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Varsity Gymnastics; Gymnastica; Air
ROTC; Arnold Air Society. TOM ORIN PREWITT, Jackson, Miss.;
Graduate: Social Welfare. BENJAMIN HARLAND PRIDGEON, We-
wahitchka; B.S.: Public Administration; Sigma Nu, Chaplain; American
Society for Public Administration. GERRY PURYEAR, Groveland; B.S.:
Home Economics Education; Alpha Xi Delta, Social Chairman; Fashion
Institute; Home Economics Club. SHIRLEY HOPE RACHELS, DeFuniak
Springs; B.S.: English Education; Alpha Omicron Pi; Treasurer; Alpha
Lambda Delta; Future Teachers; Smoke Signals Staff. JIMMIE
KATHLEEN RAMSEY, Blountstown; Delta Zeta, 2nd Vice Pres.;
Women's Glee Club; Circus; Garnet Key; Women's Senate; Freshmen
Flunkies; Future Teachers.
RODNEY WADE RATCLIFF, Pompano Beach; B.S.: Physical Education;
Major's Club. DONALD L. RATHBUN, Fremont, Ohio; B.S.: Trades
and Vocational Education; Veteran's Club; Pres. of the Industrial Arts
Club; Art Interest Club. BERRY RYAN RAY, Miami Shores; B.S :
Accounting; Sigma Nu; Alpha Kappa Psi; Varsity Swimming. JAMES
C. REED, Enid, Okla.; B.S.: Home Economics; Collegians; Flying
Club; Les Jongleurs. REBA BEVIS REHWINKEL, Tallahassee; B.S.:
Elementary Education; Delta Zeta; Sophomore Council; Scholarship
Club; Future Teachers; Funds Committee in Cabinet; D.Z., Secretary,
Treas. PATRICIA NELL REVELL, Bristol; B.S.: Social Welfare.
DOROTHY CAROL RICE, Orlando; B.S.: Elementary Education; Sigma
Kappa; Future Teacher's; Newman Club. KATHRYN ANN RICHARDS,
Altha; B.S.: Corrections, Social Welfare. CHARLES ARNOLD RICHARD-
SON, Jacksonville; B.S.: Business; Alpha Kappa Psi, Secretary. JAMES
MORELAND RICHARDSON, St. Petersburg; B.S.: Personnel Manage-
ment; Baptist Student Union. ISAAC W. RICHARDSON, Pine Village,
Ind.; B.S.: Meteorology; Meteorology Club, Vice-Pres.; Alpha Phi
Omega; Veteran's Club. JOYCE L. RISTER, Orlando; Nursing Education;
Graduate Nurse Club, Treas.; Pres., Graduate House.
SMITH, M. M.
SMITH, M. D.
SMITH, R. A.
SMITH, S. F.
SMITH, S. L.
KATHERINE F. RITTER, Tallahassee; B.S.: Art Education; Art Edu-
cation Club; Transfer from Wesleyan College. DAYTON YOUNG
ROBERTS, Tallahassee; B.A.: Foreign Service Public Administration;
Kappa Alpha Mu, National Vice-President; American Society Public
Administration, Secretary, President; Veteran's Club, President; Intra-
mural Board; Southern School Press Institute, Counselor; Senator.
MARGARET CAMERON ROBERTS; B.S.: Elementary Education; Sigma
Kappa; Fashion Institute; Westminster Fellowship. ELEANOR LILLY
RODGERS, Parker; B.A.: Elementary Education; Choral Union; House
Council; Future Teacher's; Univ. of Louisville. CATHERINE LOUISE
ROGERS, Tallahassee; B.S.- Education; Art Education Club, Pres.
LUCILLE WALKER ROGERS, Orlando; B.S.: Nursing Education.
SAMUEL BYRD ROGERS, Tallahassee; B.S.: Insurance; Lambda
Chi Alpha. SONYA KAY ROGERS, Wildwood; B.S.: Elementary Edu-
cation. FRANKLYN ROMEU, Tallahassee; B.S.: Accounting; Delta
Sigma Pi; Alpha Beta Chi. EVELYN ROOKS, Chipley; B.S.: Home
Economics Education; Wesley Foundation; Vice-Pres. Landis Hall;
Junior Counselor. MARY M. ROSE, Balboa, Canal Zone; B.M.E.:
Music; University Singers; Women's Glee Club; Choral Union; Sigma
Alpha Iota. TRAVIS HARVEY ROSS, Haines City; B.S.: Business
Management; Choral Union; Collegians, Secretary.
NANCY ALICE ROUNTREE, Sanford; B.S.: Elementary Education;
Phi Mu LANDRESS LEON ROWELL, Green Cove Springs; B.S.: Mar-
keting; Alpha Kappa Psi; Veteran's Club; Jacksonville Junior College.
WILLIAM THOMAS RYAN, Hialeah; B.S.: Management; Alpha Kappa
Psi; Cavaliers, Sec; Scullions Club; Veteran's Club. MARY ANN
RYKARD, Madison; B.S.: Home Economics Education; University
4-H Club; Home Economics Club, Youth Conference Chairman. DANIEL
ENRIQUE SALGADO, Key West; B.S.: Meteorology; Veteran's Club;
Meteorology Club; International Club. MARIA ANTONIA SALGADO,
Key West; B.A.: Spanish; Sigma Delta Pi; International Club;
Alpha Lambda Delta.
KATHRYN PEARL SANCHEZ, Key West; B.S.: Education; Gamma
Phi Beta, Pres.; Future Teacher's; Junior Counselor; Kappa Delta Pi.
KENNETH B. SANDIFORD, Pensacola; B.S.: Social Studies. ARLENE
LEE SARGENT, Avon Park; B.S.: Business Education; Alpha Gamma
Delta, Rec. Sec; Scholarship Club; Tally Ho, Ass't Business Manager,
Business Manager. PHILLIP J. SARRIS, Birmingham, Ala.; B.S.:
Hotel and Restaurant Management; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Alpha Kappa
Psi; Scullion, Sec. and Vice Pres. EUGENIE OUDIN SAUNDERS, St.
Petersburg; B.S.: Child Development; West Landis House Council.
PHYLLIS MARIE SAWYER, Miami; B.A.; Arts and Sciences.
DONALD C. SCHERTZ, Takoma Park, Md.; B.S.: Meteorology; United
States Air Force, Capt. DONALD H. SCHWARTZ, Miami; B.S.: Baking
Science; Tau Epsilon Phi, Sec, Vice-Pres., President.; Tennis; Bakers
Club. ELIZABETH MAXON SCHMITT, St Petersburg; B.S.: Social
So you're bigger than I cm. I still say you look bowlegged
in that outfit
Studies Education; Alpha Omicron Pi; Future Teacher's Tally Ho,
Organizations Editor. MARIE-BLANCHE SCHMIT, DeLand; B.S.:
Elementary Education; Delta Zeta; Marching Chiefs; Concert Band;
Wesley Players; Kappa Delta Pi, Sec; Tau Beta Sigma; Wesley
Foundation Council. JOHN ALLEN SCOTT, Miami; B.S.: Commercial
Art; Pi Kappa Alpha GEORGE RICHARD SEDDON, Tallahassee; B.S.;
WILLIAM NORMAN SEILER, Tallahassee; B.S.: Meteorology; Ameri-
can Meteorology Society; Veteran's Club; Ruge Memorial Scholar-
ship; Baptist Student Union ROBERT DANIEL SELLAS, Tampa; B.S.:
Management Sigma Nu, SEARLE SELMON, Brooklyn, N. Y.; B.S.:
Baking Science, Management; Dorm Gov.; Baking Science Club.
PHYLLIS ANN SHADDICK, Lady Lake; B S.: Home Economics Edu-
cation; Gamma Phi Beta, Treas.; Junior Counselor; Dorm Vice-Pres.;
Marching Chiefs; Concert Band; Tau Beta Sigma; Home Economics
Club; 4-H Club, Sec, Pres.; Gamma Alpha Chi. LEEWOOD MAXWELL
SHAW, Tallahassee; Alpha Delta Pi. THOMAS JAMES SHAW, Madison;
B.A.: Mathematics; Math Club.
MARILYN WILLETTE SHEALEY, Monticello; B.S.: Nursing. BARBARA
JEAN SHEAROUSE, Orlando; B.S : Early Childhood Education;
Fashion Institute; Future Teachers; Assoc, of Childhood Education;
Epsilon Chi. CAROLYN ANN SHEPHERD, St. Petersburg; B.A.: Edu-
cation; Los Picaros. SUE HARRIET SHIELDS, Fort Meade; B.A.:
Journalism; International Club; Baptist Student Union. SUE SHIVES,
Cincinnati, Ohio; B.S.: Recreation Education; Delta Gamma; Circus;
Theatre Dance; Junior Class Social Chamn.; Sophomore Council-
Westminster Student House; National Recreation Association; Colleg-
iate Party Exec. DONALD W. SHOWERMAN, Ft. Pierce; B.S.: Psy-
chology; Veterans Club.
THOMPSON, J. D
THOMPSON, J, R
ROBERT LEE SHUMAN, Chamblee, Ga.; B.S.: Business; Varsity Golf
Theta Chi, Pledge Marshall. RUTH MARIE SHUMAN, Plant City;
B.S.: Speech; Zeta Tau Alpha, Secretary; Village Vamps; Miss Gym-
kana Alternate; Gator Bowl Court; Sigma Chi Derby Queen; Campus
Chest Executive Committee; Sigma Alpha Eta; Pi Kappa Phi Sweetheart;
Les Jongleurs; Junior Counselor. LOUIS SICA, Miami; B.A.: Physics;
Phi Beta Kappa; Sigma Pi Sigma; Pi Mu Epsilon. JUNE ETHELYN
SILLAY, Jacksonville; B.A.: Arts and Sciences; Health Club; Fashion
Institute; Young Democrat's Club; Collegiate Party, Sec; Gamma
Alpha Chi, Sec; Sigma Kappa, Vice-Pres., Pledge Trainer; interna-
tional Club; Les Jongleurs; Job-Getting Seminar, Committee Chairman.
ROBERT GERALD SILVEY, Warrington; B.S.: Personnel Management.
GENEVA SIMMONS, Miami; B.S.: Nursing Education.
RALPH A. SIMMONS, JR., Jacksonville; B.S.: Insurance and Real
Estate; Veteran's Club; Insurance and Real Estate Society. FLORENCE
SIMON, Miami; B.S.: Education; Landis House Council; Recreation
Society. JULIAN RAYMON SIMON, Lakeland; B.A.: Design. SARAH
AMELIA SINCLAIR, Winter Haven; Delta Zeta, Standard's Chairman;
Choral Union; Future Teachers. ROBERT CHARLES SKIFF, Tallahassee;
B.S.: Personnel Management; Sigma Chi. CHARLOTTE SLAPPEY,
Dunedin; B.A.: Social Welfare; Junior Counselor; Women's Intra-
EUGENE FRANK SLUSSER, Nescopeck, Penna.; B.S.: Physical Edu-
cation; Varsity Baseball; House-Fellow Senior Hall; Who's Who in
American Colleges and Universities. ROSE ANN SMELTZER, Vero
Beach; B.S.: Social Welfare; Methodist Student House; Social Wel-
fare Club. JOANN LOUESE SMITH, Detroit, Mich.; B.S.: Advertising;
Alpha Omicron Pi; Gamma Alpha Chi, Vice-Pres.; Dorm Gov.; Fashion
Institute. MAXINE MARGARET SMITH, Lutz; B.S.: Elementary
Education, Future Teachers; Dorm House Council. MILFORD DURWOOD
SMITH, Tallahassee; Business Education. RICHARD ALLAN SMITH,
Jacksonville; B.S.: Business.
SANDRA FAYE SMITH, Ft. Lauderdale; B.M.E.: Music; Delta Gamma;
Sigma Alpha Iota; Choral Union; Women's Glee Club. SYLVIA LYNN
SMITH, Beaufort; S.C; B.A.: Inter-American Studies; Gamma Phi
Beta; Los Picaros; Junior Counselor; Dorm House Council. THEODORE
CARLYLE SMITH, Tallahassee; B. S.: Insurance and Real Estate;
Alpha Kappa Psi. MARY LOU SNOOK, Clearwater; B.S.: Secretarial
Science; Phi Chi Theta; Junior Counselor; Newman Club. RONALD R.
SOMMER, Brooksville; Wesley Foundation; Dorm Gov.; Alpha Phi
Omega; Future Teachers; National Educational Assoc. DODD A.
SOUTHERN, Valparaiso; B.S.: Public Administration; Alpha Tau
Omega; University of Fla.; Association of Pub. Administration.
HIRAM LARRY SNOW, Frostproof; B.S.: Accounting; Zeta Sigma
Upsilon, Treas.; Baptist Student Union; Senior Hall, Social Chrm.
CHARLES LOUIS SOWELL, Quincy; B.S.: Marketing; Sigma Nu.
BARA ELNORA SPENCER, Pensacola; B.S.: Nursing; Delta Zeta;
Student Nurses Assoc. JAQULIN SPIRES, DeFuniak Springs; B.S,:
Secretarial Science; Junior Counselor; Phi Chi Theta. JOANNA ANITA
SPROUL, Hollywood; B.S : Library Science ELLEN MARY STARBUCK,
Jacksonville; B.A.: Math; Marching Chiefs; Symphonic Band; Tau Beta
Sigma, Treas.; Junior Counselor.
CAROLYN STEELE, Bradenton; B.S.: Early Childhood Education.
LOIS B. STEINBERG, Tallahassee; B.S.: Secondary Education, History;
Tally Ho; Council Member Westminster Fellowship; Delta Gamma.
MAURICE L. STEINBERG, Cheerleader, Capt.; Alpha Council; West-
minster Fellowship, Council; Ass't Director; Sigma Chi, Rush Chair-
man. WILLIAM B. STEVENS, Tallahassee; B.S.: Business; Phi Eta
Sigma; Phi Kappa Phi. PATRICIA J. STEWART, St. Petersburg; Tally-
Ho, Class Editor; Soph. Council; Gamma Alpha Chi; Student Party
Treas.; Judiciary; Pi Beta Phi, Treas., Sec; Fashion Institute; Ruge
Hall, Alter Guild; Garnet Key. BILLIE BURNHAM STOKES, Lake
Alfred; B.S.: Retailing; Alpha Delta Pi; Fashion Institute; F Club.
MADGE EILEEN STRAIN, Orlando; B.S.: Journalism; Alpha Xi Delta;
Tarpon; F. Club; Board of Publications; Gamma Alpha Chi; Bowling
All Star, Basketball All Star Team. MARTHA LYNN STRICKLAND,
Tarpon Springs; B.S.: Education; Tarpon Club; Future Teachers: Art
Club. WILLIAM ARMAND STRICKLAND, Tampa; B.S.: Social Science;
Alpha Council; Honor Court; Collegians, Pr;s. SUSAN CARYL STROCK,
West Palm Beach; B.S.: Social Welfare; Alpha Chi Omega; Gamma
Delta; Social Welfare Club, LARRY 0. STROiVl, Jacksonville; B.S.:
Business and Economics; Basketball, West Hall Government, CLIFFORD
HENRY SUMMERS, St. Petersburg; B.S.: Chemistry; Symphonic Band;
Circus Band; Student Affiliates of Am. Chemistry Society, Treas,
DOROTHY KAY SUMMERS, Miami; B.S.: Elem. Education; Future
Teachers; Fashion Institute; American Childhood Education. DELORES
M. SUNDWALL, Eustis; B.S.: Nursing Education; Student Nurses
Assoc, Archivist. LEONARD PERRY SWANSON, Tallahassee; B.S.:
Psychology: Captain USAF, WILLIAM THERON SWIGERT, Miami;
B,S,: Political Science; Sigma Chi; Senate, Alpha Council; Saber
Flight, MARILYN RUTH SWINGLE, Cleveland, Tenn,; V,B,M,: Sacred
Music; Wesley Foundation; University Singers; Women's Glee Club;
Sigma Alpha lota. CHESTER HERBERT TAYLOR, Douglas, Ga.; B.S.:
Dance; Kappa Alpha Rosebud; American Childhood Assoc; Future
Teachers. BARBARA ULLRICH, Wauchula; B.S.: Home Economics;
Newman Club; Home Economics Club; Junior Counselor, CHARLENE
B. UPTON, Vernon; B.S,: Education; Scholarship Club.
JACK BARNETT TAYLOR, Lakeland; B.S.: Accounting; Alpha Council;
S.G.A., Secretary of Finance; Treasurer West Hall. WILLIAM HALL
TAYLOR, Miami; B.M.E.: Music; Marching Chiefs; Symphonic Band;
University Symphony, Publicity Chairman; Phi Mu Alpha, Vice-Pres.,
Pres.; Kappa Kappa Psi, Kappa Delta Pi. RICHARD K. TENGSTEDT,
Orlando; B.S.: Public Administration; Am. Society for Public Admin-
istration; Lambda Gamma Phi; Veterans Club. JUANITA ROSE TERRE-
BONNE, Warrington; B.S.; Home Economics Education; Dorm, Social
Chairman and Vice President: Kappa Omicron Pi; Sailing Club; Kappa
Delta Pi; Home Economics Club. ROBERT GARDNER TERRELL, Ocala;
B.A.: English; Sigma Chi; Circus; Smoke Signals; Young Demo-
crats; Transfer U. of F. JOHN REIS TERWILLIGER, Tallahassee;
B.S.: Physical Education; Sigma Chi; Track; Dramatics; President
University Recreation Assoc; Epsilon Kappa; Collegians; Intramural
Board Secretary; Physical Education Majors Club; Men's F Club.
JOHN CHARLES VAN BECK, Lantana; B.A.: Arts & Sciences; Dorm
Government; Psychology Club; Senate; Psi Chi. LOIDA ROSE VELAZ-
QUEZ, Miami; B.S.: Nursing; Los Picaros; Wesley Foundation; Sopho-
more Council; Choral Union; Student Nurses Association. ANNE B.
VERRAN, Cairo, Ga.; B.M.E.: Music; Social Chairman, Music School;
Alpha Lambda Delta; Tau Beta Sigma; Marching Chiefs; Symphonic
Band; Pi Kappa Lambda. META VIOHL, Charleston S. C; B.A.:
Sociology; Marching Chiefs; Symphonic Band; Tau Beta Sigma;
Tarpon Club, Vice-Pres., Pres.; Alpha Kappa Delta, Secretary. MIRIAM
ELIZABETH WADDELL, St. Petersburg; Transfer St. Pete Jr. College;
B.S.: Early Childhood Education THEODORE EDWARD WALDEN,
Clarksville; B.S.: Education; Future Teachers; C.L.O., Secretary, Vice
President, President; Intramurals.
CLAUDETTE THACKERSON, Jacksonville; B.S.: Social Welfare; Delta
Zeta; Gamma Alpha Chi; Future Teachers; Social Welfare Club;
Intramural All-Star. MARY SUE THOMAS, Quincy; B.S.: Elementary
Education; Chi Omega; Choral Union; Future Teachers. TED TIDWELL
THOMAS, Dade City; B.S.: Secondary Education; Chi Omega; Future
Teachers; Pi Mu Epsilon, Sec-Treas. GRETCHEN ANN THOMPSON,
DeFuniak Springs; B.S.: Special Education; Alpha Omicron Pi, Rush
Chairman; Women's Glee Club. JEAN deLOIS THOMPSON, Fernan-
dina Beach; B.S.: Education; Delta Zeta; Marching Chiefs; Concert
Band; Tau Beta Sigma, Chaplain; Junior Counselor; Methodist Student
House; Future Teachers. JERAULD RIVAIS THOMPSON, Pensacola;
JOHN RAWLS WALKER, Tallahassee; B.S.: Accounting. MOLLIE
WALKER, Barnesville, Ga.; B.S.: Secretarial Science; Phi Mu; Choral
Union; Tally Ho Staff; Phi Chi Theta; Wesley Foundation: WILLIAM
DODGE WALKER, Crawfordville; B.S.: Accounting; Theta Chi; Circus;
Cheerleader. MARTHA ANN WALLACE, Miami B.S.: Recreation; B.S.U.
SHIRLEY JEAN WALLACE, Sebring; B.M.E: Music; Sigma Alpha
Iota; Tau Beta Sigma; Symphonic Band; Orchestra; Marching
Chiefs; Circus Band. VICTORIA ANN WALTER, Miami; B.S.: Interior
Design; Sigma Kappa, Historian and Rush Chairman; Fashion Institute;
Circus; Gamma Alpha Chi; Modeling Squad FSU; Village Vamps.
BYRON ADOLPH WAMBLES, DeFuniak Springs; B.S.: Insurance and
Real Estate; Vets Club; Insurance and Real Estate Club. ARVY LEE
WANG, Laurel Hill; Graduate Student. SYLVIA ANN WARREN,
Wauchula; B.A.: Business Education; Delta Zeta; E.T.A.; Phi Chi
Theta. BETTY JO WATFORD, Malone; B S.: Business Education; Phi
Chi Theta. WILLIAM NELSON WATKINS, Delray Beach; B.S.: Insur-
ance and Real Estate; Kappa Alpha Mu, Vice Pres.; Flambeau.
CHARLES LOGAN WATSON, Ft. Myers; B S.: Physical Education.
FRANK BENJAMIN TILLETT, Terra Ceia; B.S.: Marketing; Lambda
Chi Alpha. PATRICIA HILTON TOLBERT, Panama City; B.S.: Business
Education; Alpha Omicron Pi, President, Social Chairman; Junior
Counselor. THOMAS CALVIN TOLBERT, Pensacola; B.S.: Business
Veterans Club, JANICE GERALDINE TOLER, Ft. Lauderdale; B.S.
Elementary Education. ALITA GAY TOMLINSON, Jacksonville; B.S.
Social Welfare; Social Welfare Club, Chaplain; Gamma Phi Beta.
MARTHA MAE TRICE, Tampa; B.A.: Religion and Philosophy; Circus;
Junior Counselor, Dorm Vice President, President; Social Vice-President
of B.S.U.; Recreation Majors Club,
JUSTINE TRUMBIC, Tallahassee; B,S.: Elementary Education. SARA
ALICE TUBB, Amory, Miss.; B,A.: Library Service. ORAN LLOYD
TURNER, SR., Tallahassee; BS.: Sociology, SUSIE RUTH TYLER,
Jacksonville; B,S,: Elementary Education; Kappa Delta; Theatre
EDWARD FRANK WEATHERBY, Riviera Beach- B,S.: Marketing;
Delta Tau Delta; Alpha Kappa Psi; Circus, JOYCE B. WEATHERUP,
Coral Gables; B.S.: Social Studies; Wesley Foundation, Council, Secre-
tary; Sophomore Council; Vice Pres. of Dorm; Junior Counselor; Dorm
Pres.; Garnet Key, Pres.; Mortor Board; Pi Sigma Alpha; Honor
Committee; Secretary of Honor Court. ANISE CELESTE WEBB, Frost-
proof; B.S.: Medical Technology; Alpha Xi Delta; Westminster Fellow-
ship; Circus; U.R.A. CAROLYN SUE WEBB, South Miami; B.S.: Arts
and Sciences; Sigma Kappa. JAMES WADLEY WEBB, Jacksonville;
B.S,: Management; Phi Delta Theta, President; Outstanding Military
Cadet; Scabbard and Blade, President; Golf Team, BEVERLY JANE
WELCH, Umatilla; B,S,: Home Economics; Alpha Xi Delta; Home
WILLIAMS, J. E.
WILLIAMS, J^ L.
WILSON, P. C.
WILSON P. L.
WOOTEN, M. A.
WOOTEN, M. N.
PATRICIA COPELAND WILSON, Quincy; B.S.: Nursing; Sigma Kappa;
Student Nurse Assoc. PEGGY LOUIS WILSON, Orlando; B.A.: Educa-
tion; Delta Zeta; Tau Beta Sigma; Marching Chiefs; Symphonic Band;
Concert Band; Orchestra; F.E.A. ROBERT MACK WILSON, Tallahassee;
B.S.: Insurance and Real Estate; Alpha Kappa Psi; Insurance and
Real Estate Club. SULA PEARL WILSON, Cantonment; B.S.: Elemen-
tary Education; Baptist Student Union, Vice President; Scholarship
Club; Transfer from Pensacola Jr. College. NANCY LORAY WINGER-
TER, Miami; B.M.E.: Music; Gamma Phi Beta; Sigma Alpha Iota;
University Singers; Women's Glee Club; Wesley Foundation. MARY
ELIZABETH WISE; B.A.: Education; Sigma Delta Pi, Social Chairman;
Kappa Delta Pi; Sigma Tau Delta; Westminster Student House.
SARA CONNELL WELLEN, Inverness; B.A.: Secretarial Science;
Delta Delta Delta, President; Circus. CLYDE BROWN WELLS, Bonifay;
B.S.: Political Science; Chi Phi. DANIEL JACKSON WELLS, Tampa;
B.S.: Social Science; Kappa Sigma; ROTC. ROSALIND YVONNE WES-
NER, Jacksonville; B.S.: Public Relations; Ruge Hall; Homecoming
Dance Committee. ELGIN ROBERT WESTBROOK, Cantonment; B.S.:
Psychology; Chapel of the Resurrection; Choral Union; Collegians.
GLENN WAYNE WESTMARK, Pensacola; B.S.: Biology.
RONALD WETHERINGTON, Tallahassee; B.S.; Insurance; Kappa Alpha
Football; Sophomore Court. JAMES COLY WHITE, Jacksu>iville; B.S.
Business. KENNETH ALAN WHITE, St. Petersburg; B.S.. .Accounting
Lambda Chi Alpha, Treasurer; B.S.U. NANCY JANE WHITE, Miami
B.S.: Special Education and Psychology. ALAN WILLIS WHITMARSH
Miami; B.A.: Journalism; Flambeau, Sports Editor, Managing Editor
Tally Ho, Sports Editor; Board of Publication. ADRIA ANN
WHITTLE, St. Petersburg; B.S.: Business; Circus; Pi Beta Phi, Rush
Chairman, Corresponding Secretary.
PATTI ELIZABETH WIEHRS, Tampa; B.S.: Elementary Education
Pi Beta Phi. JACQUELIN M. WIGGIN, St. Petersburg; B.A.: Spanish
Sigma Delta Pi, President. JAY WILFONG, St. Petersburg; B.S.
English Education. EDITH RACHEL WILKINSON, Panama City; B.A.
Commercial Art; Dorm Homecoming Publicity Chairman; Social Chair-
man. MARY LOU WILLCOXON, Frostproof; B.S.: Social Science; Glee
Club; Junior Counselor; National Education Assoc. ANN REEVES
WILLIAMS, Hawthorne; B.S.: Elementary Education; Zeta Tau Alpha,
House President; President Off Campus Court; Future Teachers;
American Childhood Education; Warpath Club,
EMORY OTTO WILLIAMS, JR., Pensacola; B.S.: Personnel Manage-
ment; Sigma Nu. GEORGE A. WILLIAMS, Fort Myers; B.A.: English;
Varsity Tennis. HENRY FRANKLIN WILLIAMS, Lake City; B.S.: Ele-
mentary Education; Collegians, Vice President. JANE E. WILLIAMS,
Milton; Arts and Sciences; Transfer. JENNIE LIND WILLIAMS, Ponte
Vedra Beach; B.S.: Elementary Education; Kappa Delta, Secretary;
Kappa Delta Pi; Circus; Future Teachers; American Childhood Edu-
cation. CAROLINE ARDEN WILLIAMSON, Tallahassee; B.S.: Library
Science; Transfer from WCUNC; Soltas executive board; Speech
Dept. major productions.
PATRICIA ANN WITMAN, St. Petersburg Beach; B.S.: Education.
PATRICK GAIL WOLFE, Oneco; B.A.: English; Wesley Foundation,
President; Secreary of Honor; Homecoming Dance Decorations Chair-
man; Inter-Faith Council, Vice-President; Gold Key; Omicron Delta
Kappa. JOHN RUSSELL WOOD, Miami; B.S.: Marketing; Alpha Delta
Sigma. GLENDA JOYCE WOODHAM, Atlanta; B.S.: Medical Tech-
nology; Gymkana. E. BRUCE WOODRUFF, Lake Worth; B.S.: Finance;
Delta Sigma Pi. JOAN JOSEPHINE WOODS, Cocoa; B.S.: Home Eco-
nomics Education; Alpha Omicron Pi; Freshman Flunkies; Sophomore
Council; Junior Counselor; Home Economics Club; Gymkana; Dorm
MADELINE ARLINE SCHMITT WOOTEN, Sarasota; B.S.: Fashion
Design; Circus Fashion Institute. MARVIN NOBLE WOOTEN, Lakeland;
B.S.: Business. BETTY SUE WRENN, Tallahassee; B.A.: Speech; Gamma
Phi Beta, Rush Chairman; Secretary; Future Teachers; Sigma Alpha
Eta. MARGARET WRIGHT, Sanford; B.S.: Business; Delta Delta
Delta; Cotillion Club; Fashion Institute. PAUL A. WRIGHT, Talla-
hassee; B.S.: Business; F.S.U. Bakers Club, Vice President, President.
JAMES G. WYATT; Spencer N. C; Graduate Student.
MARALYN JO WYNN, Tampa; B.S.: Elementary Education. JOSEPH
ROY WYNNE, Madison; B.S.: Chemical Science in Baking; Bakers
Club. KIATIBASN XUTO, Bangkok, Thailand; B.S.: Business; Alpha
Kappa Psi, Vice-Pres.; K.A.M.; International Student Club; Tally Ho.
MARGARET H. YEATS, Gainesville; B.A.: Voice; University Singers;
Women's Glee Club; Sigma Alpha Iota; Transfer from University of
North Carolina Women's College. SUGIT YENSUANG, Bangkok, Thai-
land; B.S.: Meteorology. DOROTHY JANE YEOMAN, Ft. Lauderdale;
B.S.: Elementary Education; Alpha XI Delta.
PATSY ANN YON, Tallahassee; B.S.: Elementary Education. PATRICIA
ANN ZECH, Miami; B.S.: Physical Education; Marching Chiefs, Major-
ette; Circus; Sophomore Council; Junior Counselor; Women's Physical
Education Assoc.; Tau Beta Sigma; F.E.A.
SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS
Raymond Arnold President
Ken Prescott Vice President
Kay Hufford Secretary
Kay Hall Treasurer
Dennis Smith Social Chairman
Sophomore Class Officers: Ken Prescott, Vice Pres.; Kay Hufford
Sec; Raymond Arnold, Pres.; Kay Hall Treas.; Dennis Smith, Social
Junior Class Officers: Phil Knight, Pres.; Bill Bunker, Vice Pres.; Nancy
Fowler, Treas.; Diane Williams, Sec; Victor Harke, Social Chairman.
JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS
Phil Knight President
Bill Bunker Vice President
Dianne Williams Secretary
Nancy Fowler Treasurer
Victor Harke Social Chairman
Freshman Class Officers: Kip Tichenor, Vice Pres.; Kitty Wade, Sec; Claire Brightwell, Social Chairman;
Bruce Brown, Pres.
FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS
Bruce Brown President
Kip Tichenor Vice President
Kitty Wade Secretary
Claire Brightwell Treasurer
Georgea Ort Social Chairman
ELEANORE ABBOTT Pensacola, 3
NANCY ABBOTT Tallahassee, 1
WILLIAM ABDELNOUR Jacksonville, 3
HOWARD RANDOLPH ACKETT Sigma Nu Tallahasse, 3
JAMES NOLAN ADAMS Laurel Hill, 3
MARY ANN ADAMS Ft. Lauderdale,!
GENE STEPHEN ADKINS Adel, Ga., 1
MARSHA JOHANN ADKINSON Tallahassee, 3
DIANA AYALA Tampa, 2
JOHN WOOD AYERS Blountstown, 3
MARGARET BACHE Gainesville, 1
SANDRA KAY BADGER Delta Zeta Ocala, 1
PATRICIA AGNES BAGDANOVITCH Delta Zeta Pensacola, 2
MARTINEZ MODESTO BAHENA Mexico, 2
NANCY JOANN BAINTER Pensacola, 3
BARBARA CHLOE BAKER Alpha Chi Omega . . West Palm Beach, 1
ELIZABETH ANN ADLER Alpha Xi Delta Hallandale, 1
NANCY JO ALEXANDER Sigma Kappa Bay Springs, Miss., 3
MARY M. ALFORD, Alpha Gamma Delta Tallahassee, 2
GAYLE ANGELA ALLARD Hollywood, 3
KATHERINE DOROTHY ALLEN Inverness, 1
PATRICIA ALLEN Alpha Xi Deta Winter Park, 2
ANGELA RAMONA ALONSO Jacksonville, 2
MARIA BELEN ALONSO Miami, 1
ALFRED HATCHER BALDWIN Marianna, 3
DANA BALL Chi Omega Winter Haven, 1
KATHERINE ELIZABETH BALL Kappa Alpha Theta . . Jacksonville, 2
MARTHA LEE BALLEW St. Petersburg, 2
MERLE MADLYN BALLOU Jacksonville, 1
BENEDICT STANLEY BALSER Miami, 3
DONALD BERNARD BARBEE Grand Ridge, 3
LEWIS GLEN BARBERRE Crestview, 1
BARBARA JEAN ALU Miami, 1
JEROLYN MARIE AMAN Homestead, 1
LINDA LEIGH AMBROSE Tampa, 2
ANGELA AMBROSINI Phi Mu Elberton, Ga., 3
ELSIE JOYCE AMOS Jacksonville, 1
ALICE LEE ANDERSON Jacksonville, 1
MARTHA LAINE ANDERSON Bradenton, 1
WALLACE LARS ANDERSON Delta Tau Delta Sarasota, 2
CAROL BARCUS Kappa Delta Leesburg, 2
MARY JUDITH BARNES Tampa, 1
VONCILE BARNES Tallahassee, 3
MARY THOMASINE BARNETTE Alpha Omicron Pi .. Tallahassee, 2
WAYNE L. BARNINGHAM Miami, 3
JANE BARR Gamma Phi Beta Bowdon, Ga., 2
ANN BARRINEAU Pensacola, 1
JUDITH FRANCES BARRINEAU Pensacola, 3
EVELYN JANIECE ANDREE Lexington Park, Md., 3
BETTY JO ANDREW St. Augustine, 2
CHARLINE SUE ANDREWS Archer, 3
JAMES RODDY ANDREWS Kappa Alpha Jacksonville, 3
LOUISE ANDREWS Miami, 2
SUSAN ANDREWS Clewiston, 3
PENELOPE JO APPLEBY Columbus ,Ga„ 3
JAMES APTHORP Sigma Alpha Epsilon Tallahassee, 2
LOIS ANN BARRINEAU Kappa Delta Penascola, 2
BONNIE BARRY Kappa Alpha Theta Pensacola, 1
GRETCHEN SU BARTLETT Alpha Omicron Pi Rockledge, 2
NANCY ANN BARTON Tampa, 3
AUDREY ROBERT BASSETT Marianna, 3
NANCY LEE BATES : Raiford, 1
JOYCE LAMB BAXTER Hawthorne, 1
JAMES RAPHAEL BAYLESS Tampa, 1
RACHEL REBECCA ARBUTHNOT Delta Gamma Lake Worth, 2
WILLIAM E. ARCHER Sigma Nu Melbourne, 1
CATHERINE ELIZABETH ARCHIBALD Zeta Tau Alpha St. Petersburg
MARTHA JEAN ARNESON Bartow,!
MARGARET ANN ARNOLD Williston, !
SARA LINDA ARNOW Delta Zeta Tallahassee, 2
CLARISSA ASCANO Graduate Student Dumaguete City, Philippines
FLORENCE HELEN ASHBY Special Student, Kappa Alpha Theta,
SUE BYRON ASHFORD Cocoa, 2
ROBERTA ASHMORE Alpha Xi Delta Tallahassee, 2
ELIZABETH ANN ASKEW Kappa Delta Lakeland, 1
JOSEPH CHARLES ASSAD Phi Kappa Tau Danbury, Conn., 3
KATHERINE ATKINS Miami, !
BETTY JEAN ATKINSON Alpha Xi Delta Umatilla, 2
PAUL RAYMOND ATKINSON Rockledge, 3
LYDIA A. AUSTILL Jacksonville, 3
Okay, I'm sorry I calleci it a doorstop. What is it?
SALLEANN BEARDSLEY Merritt Island, 3
DANA LOUISE BEATTY Abbeville, Louisiana, 4
FRANCES OCTAVIA BEAUCHAMP Chiefland, 2
CHARLOTTE MAY BECKLEY Jacksonville, 3
SANDRA JEANNE BEESE Miami Springs, 3
ARDIS ANN BELAND Sarasota, 2
CAROLYN BELL Alpha Xi Delta Lake Worth, 3
VIRGINIA BELL Lake Worth, 1
SUSAN BOWER Ft, Lauderdale, 3
THOMAS P. BOWER Sanford, 1
VIRGINIA L. BOWSER Arcadia! 2
ROBERTA ANN BOYCE Miami' 1
WILLIAM MARTIN BOYCE Pi Kappa Alpha Tallahassee! 3
NORMA LEONA BOYLE Lake Alfred 1
BEVERLY ANN BOZEMAN Orlando' 1
SARAH JEAN BRADLEY Horse Shoe, N. C ' 1
R. EDWARD BELLAMY Sigma Chi Bakersfield, Calif., 1
DONALD KENNETH BELOIN West Palm Beach, 3
BARBARA BENNETT Kappa Alpha Theta Albany Ga., 1
JULIAN FOSTER BENNETT Fernandina Beach, 3
JOHN RUSSELL BERANEK Tampa, ]
ANN MARGARET BERGIN Tampa, 1
ANN BERRY St. Petersburg, 2
SANDRA GWEN BESKIND North Miami, 2
BETZY RUTH BRADSHAW Ft. Lauderdale
BRENDA MARIE BRADY st. Petersburg!
MARGARET ANNE BRAGDON Kappa Alpha Theta . . . Jacksonville'
CHARLES E. BRAGG Bartow'
BARBARA LOU BRANDRIFF Tallahassee
MARGARET AGNES BRANNEN Alpha Delta Pi Inverness'
PAT BRANNEN pe^ry
LYNN S. BRANTLY [[[' Clermont'
MARTHA NELL BETTS Woodbury, Ga., 1
MARY BETTS Alpha Omicron Pi Quincy, 1
PEGGIE ANNE BEVILLE Coral Gables, 1
BARBARA A. BEVIS Miami, 2
EVELYN CHARLENE BEVIS Tallahassee, 1
JANET YVONNE BEVIS Bartow, 1
SUZANNE BEVIS Kappa Delta Lakeland, 1
BARBARA ANN BILD Miami, 3
SUSAN E. BREESE Chi Omega Coral Gables, 1
WILLIAM R. BRENNAN Lambda Chi Alpha Tallahassee! 3
JEAN ANN BRIDGEMAN Sigma Kappa W. Palm Beach' 3
CLAIRE BRIGHTWELL Zeta Tail Alpha Americus Ga 1
PAZTON HOLMES BRILEY Phi Delta Theta Tallahassee 1
MARY FRANCES BRIOIS Hialeah' 2
JUANITA ALICE BRITCHARD Marathon 1
ELIZABETH H. BROCK '. '. vernon' 2
BARBARA ANN BISHOP Delta Delta Delta Ocala, 2
PAUL W. BISHOP Phi Kappa Tau Vero Beach, 3
NETTIE NORMA BLACK Alpha Chi Omega Lake City, 3
PATRICIA ANN BLACKBURN St. Cloud, 1
SUSIE ANN BLACKBURN Mobile, Alabama, 1
JOHN BLANCHARD Jacksonville, 2
MARGERY ANNE BLANKENSHIP Pi Beta Phi . Columbia, S. C, 1
JUALINA RAY BLANTON Plant City, 1
JUANITA B. BROCK st. Petersburg, 1
LARRY SPENCE BROCK Sigma Chi Tallahassee 3
CHARLES WILLIAM BROGDON Wewahitchka' 1
VICKI MAE BROMLEY pompano Beach! 2
JAMES LOUIS BROOKS Daytona Beach 2
NAOMI BROOKS Waynesboro, Ga , 1
BARBARA ANN BROOME Jacksonville 1
MARY ANNE BROTHERSON Mount Dora 1
ROBERT W. BLANTON Sarasota, 2
JOSEPHINE LEE BLONDHEIM Kappa Delta Atlantic Beach, 1
CHARLES STANLEY BLOSCH Fort Lauderdale, 3
DONALD W. BLUM Clearwater, 3
SHARON OUIDA BLUMER Alpha Omicron Pi Tampa, 2
MARGIE JEAN BOATRIGHT Tallahassee, 1
DOROTHY ANN BOGGESS Miami! 2
PHILLIP 0. BOGGS Tallahassee! 3
ELAINE M. BOGUE St. Petersburg, 2
LENA ANN BOLTON Tampa, 3
MARTHA G. BONE Columbus, Ga.! 3
MARY-LEE BONE Alpha Gama Delta Jacksonvile, 1
BETTY LOU BOOTH Crestview 3
BETH BOWEN Zeta Tau Alpha Tifton, Ga., 3
JEANETTE BOWEN Leesburg! 2
LYNETTE BOWEN Quincy! 3
Now, this spout dispenses hot coffee during the lab break.
BETTS, M. N.
BETTS, M. F.
BONE, M. G.
BONE, M. L.
BARBARA ROSE BROWN Land Lakes, 1
BENJAMIN LEE BROWN Kansas City, Mo., 1
BRENDA MAE BROWN Pompano Beach, 1
MARGARET ANN BROWN Jacksonville, 1
MARJORIE ELLEN BROWN Clewiston, 2
NANCY LEE BROWN St. Petersburg, 2
SHERRY MARCINE BROWN Clearwater,!
JEAN SUE BRUBAKER Tallahassee, 2
LORNA DOONE CARR Kappa Alpha Theta .. Ocean Springs, Miss., 3
MARY FRANCES CARR Pensacola, 3
LINDA LEE CARROLL Pi Beta Phi Sarasota, 2
PATRICIA ANN CARROLL Rantoul, III., 1
NANCY S. CASH Sanford, 1
JOYCE MARLENE CASITY Dunedin, 1
LOUIS R. CASS South Bend, Ind., 1
PEGGY JO CASSADY Marianna, 1
HARVY DALE BRUSHWOOD Winter Park, 1
BARBARA LOUISE BRYAN Jasper, 1
CHARLES E. BRYAN Valdosta, Ga., 3
ROBERT HOLMES BRYSON Sigma Chi Tallahassee, 3
WARREN RALPH BRYSON Pi Kappa Phi Miami, 3
DONALD HARRY BUA Kappa Alpha Tampa, 2
MARY CATHERINE BUCE Chi Omega Mar anna, l
GERALD JOSEPH BUCHERT Port St. Joe, 1
RICHARD EARL CATON Port Orange,
PATSY MARGARET CAUSSEAUX Tallahassee,
LYNNIE KATE CAVIN Alpha Chi Omega Jacksonville,
LYNDA RUTH CAWTHON Zeta Tau Alpha Chipley,
EVELYN ESTELLE CAWTHORN Blountstown,
NANCY LOUISE CELLON Alpha Omicron Pi Alachua!
RODNEY THEODORE CHABOT Vero Beach,
JANICE CHADWICK Sarasota',
JANE N. BULLER Delta Gamma Miami, 1
MARTHA CAROLYN D. BUNKER Delta Zeta W. Palm Beach, 3
STANLEY ELLISON BURCH St. Petersburg, 3
BEVERLY JEAN BURGESS Ft. Lauderdale, 1
ROBERTA ANGELINE BURGESS Delta Zeta Tampa, 1
MARY LEE BURKHOLDER Mobile, Ala., 1
BARBARA BURKS Alpha Omicron Pi Jacksonville, 2
JANE BURKS Alpha Omicron Pi Jacksonville, 1
MARY ALLENE CHAMPLAIN Fort Myers,
ARTHUR C. CHAPMAN Tampa,
CURTIS CHAPMAN Colquitt, Ga.!
JOHN WILBUR CHAPMAN JR Tallahassee,
VALERIE DAWN CHASE Alpha Omicron Pi Miami,
BETTY E. CHAZARRA Miami,
JOANNA CHEESEMAN Louisville, Ky.!
WALTER CHESHIRE Lakeland',
MORRIS PAT BURKWALL Beaumont, Texas, 1
PATRICIA ANN BURNASH Delta Zeta Cranford, N. J., 2
SANDY JEAN BURNS Delta Delta Delta Gainesville, Ga., 2
DORIS MILDRED BURR Miami, 3
JANIS ROSE BURRELL Leesburg, 1
JOYCE MARIE BURTON Jacksonville! 1
CARL H. BUTLER Theta Chi Jackson, Miss., 1
WILLIAM HOWARD BYERLEY Alpha Tau Omega Tampa, 2
RICHARD FRANK BYNUM Theta Chi Tallahassee, 2
JANET FRANCES CALLAHAN Cocoa, 2
SANDRA KAY CALVIN Miami! 2
DONNA LEE CAMPBELL Coral Gables! 1
HILDA RAYE CAMPBELL jay, 2
LONNIE JAMES CAMPBELL Trenton, Tenn.! 1
ROBERT LOYD CAMPBELL Pompano Beach! 3
ALLISON CANN Daytona Beach, 1
BRADLEY CHARLES CANON Phi Kappa Tau Hollywood, 3
PATRICIA ANN CANOVA Miami! 1
RHON VERNON CARLETON Theta Chi Hollywood! 3
CHARLOTTE CARLTON Palatka 1
JULIANNE CARLYON Jacksonville! 1
DAVID WALDO CARMOLLI Medford, Mass., 1
NEIL GILBERT CARN Phi Kappa Tau Lakeland' 1
ANNIE GRISELDA CARPENTER De Funiak Springs' 1
WESLEY WAKEFIELD CHESNUT Apalachicola, 3
SARA CATHERINE CHESTANG Bristol, 3
ALICE JEAN CHRISTIAN Bradenton! 2
WILLIAM JARRETT CHURCH Eustis! 2
JUDITH ANN CLAPPER Miami! 1
ARA FRANCES CLARDY Delta Delta DelU Qcala! 2
ANN ADELLA CLARK Tampa 3
ANNA LOIS CLARK Greensboro! 3
Atmosphere! Have we got atmosphere!
BROWN B. R.
BROWN B. L.
BROWN B. M.
BROWN M. A.
BROWN, M. E.
BROWN, N. L.
BROWN, S. M.
CLARK, A. A.
CLARK, A. L.
BETTYE CLARK Chipley, 1
DOROTHY HELLEN CLARK Chattahoochee, 2
FAYE CAROLYN CLARK Greensboro, 3
KAREN LEE CLARK Ft. Lauderdale,!
CAROLE ANNE CLARKE Ft. Lauderdale,3
POLLY CLARKE Monticello, 2
SANDRA JEAN CLENDENON Clearwater, 2
BETTY MARGARET CLEVELAND Gamma Phi Beta Little Rock, Ark., 3
DOROTHY ANNE CRONIN Miami, 1
NANCY J. GROUSE Winston-Salem, N. C, 3
SYLVIA GAIL CRUSOE Bartow, 2
BEVERLY ANNE CUDE Quebec, Canda, 3
BETTY JEAN CULPEPPER Alpha Delta Pi Live Oak, 1
BARBARA FLOREE CUMMINS Sigma Kappa Tallahassee, 2
BARBARA ANN CURTIS Alpha Chi Omega West Palm Beach, 2
SYLVIA M. GUSHING Jacksonville, 2
BONNIE LU CLOSE Eustis, 1
BEVERLY CLUBBS Panama City, 3
JAMES JOSEPH CLUMPNER De Pere, Wis., 1
MARTHA WINIFRED COACHMAN Clearwater, 1
SHIRLEY MORRISON COACHMAN Delta Gamma Clearwater, 1
GLORIA JOY COCCHI Hollywood, 1
KENNETH MICHAEL COHEN Tampa, 1
SHARON COKER Tampa, 1
SANDRA JEAN CALHOUN Tri Delta Tallahassee, 2
SUSAN ARLENE DAHL Ft. Myers, 1
ELEANOR JOANNE DAMER Joplin, Mo., GR
JACQUELINE DIANE DANIEL Miami, 1
ROBERT FRANKLIN DAVID Washington, D. C, 1
DONIE ANN DAVIS DeFuniak Springs, Fla., 3
EDWARD LEROY DAVIS JR Tallahassee, 3
GORDON B. DAVIS Tallahassee, 3
MARY CATHERINE COLBERT Miami, 1
JUDY GRAY COLE Miami, 2
JIM COLEMAN Tampa,!
ROBERT PRESTON COLEMAN Tallahassee, 4
BETTE CLAIRE COLLAR Delta Zeta Tampa, !
VIRGINIA LEE COLLIER Ft. Lauderdale, 1
GWYNN MARIE COLLINS Pensacola, !
JOAN DIANNE COLTER Pensacola, 2
JOHN REGINALD DAVIS Phi Delta Theta Atlanta, Ga., !
MARY KATHRYN DAVIS Jacksonville Beach, 1
PENNY DAVIS Tallahassee, 2
PHILIP WALTER DAVIS Winter Haven, !
PHYLLIS KATHERINE DAVIS Kappa Delta Jacksonville! 3
RONALD C. DAVIS Jacksonville, 2
SANDRA ELLEN DAVIS Ft. Lauderdale, 2
JANET lONE DAWSON Delta Gamma Waverly, Ohio, 2
RUBY MAUDE COMBS Hialeah, 3
JAMES PAUL COMOLA Kappa Sigma Jackson, Miss., GR
KENNETH B. CONE Alpha Tau Omega Lakeland, !
CLAY J CONLEY Cross City, 3
ANNE EVANS CONNELL Tri Delta Inverness, 2
BARBARA ANN CONWAY Homestead, !
BETTIE JANE COOK Delta Gamma St. Petersburg, 3
FRANK EDWIN COOPER East Point, Ga., 1
JOYCE E. DAY Coral Gables, 2
NAOMI ANNETTE DAY Miami, 1
EDGAR J. DEAN Ft. Meade, 3
ARNO DE CORDRI Ft. Pierce, 3
NANCY ELIZABETH DE FORE Clemson, S. C, 2
BETTY LLOYD DEHART Alpha Gamma Delta Lake Wales, 1
ELEANOR LAURA DELL'ORSO Ocala, 1
MARY ANN DELONEY Lakeland, 1
WILLOU COPELAND Chi Omega Brunswick, Ga., !
CHARLES LYNN CORBIN Pi Kappa Phi Belle Glade, !
LYNN KELLY CORBLY Chi Omega Miami, 1
JANET L. CORLEY Zeta Tau Alpha Daytona Beach, 3
MARTHA LEE COSTIN Alpha Chi Omega Port St. Joe, 2
JANET COUKART Daytona Beach, 2
JOHN A COUNTER Kappa Alpha Winter Haven, 2
MADLYN M. COUPLAND Wildwood, 3
FRANCES MARTIN COWART Phi Mu Arlington, Ga., 2
MIRIAM ELIZABETH COWART Phi Mu Havana, Fla., 2
MARIANNA COWLE Eustis, 2
CATHERINE CRANFORD Tri Delta Valdosta, Ga., !
RONALD HARVEY CRAVEN Sneads, Fla., !
CAREN M. CRAVEY W. Palm Beach, !
JOAN S. CRAWFORD Bessemer, Ala., 3
JOYCE FAYE CROLEY Panama City, :
Look! Parking spaces!
DAVIS, P. W.
DAVIS, P. K.
DERYLENE DAUNITA DELP Monticello, 1
JOHN RICHARD DEL VECCHIO Delta Tau Deta Miami, 2
MARY ETTE DEMPSEY Live Oak, 2
CHARLES MELVIN DENNEY Tallahassee, GR
ELIZABETH lONE DENNIS Atlanta, Ga., 1
PAUL RICHARD DENNIS Sigma Phi Epsilon Hollywood, 1
LAVENNA EVELYN DICKS Chiefland, 1
MARY ELIZABETH DICKSON Miami,!
FRANCES RAE ELLINWOOD St. Petersburg, 4
DOROTHY RAMELLE ELLIS Pi Beta Phi Orlando, 3
PATRICIA LYNN ELLIS Tampa, 1
ELIZABETH BRENT ELVERY Phi Mu Limona, 3
MARTHA ANNE ELVERY Phi Mu Limona, 2
CAROLINE EMERY Gamma Phi Beta Orlando, 3
DOROTHY ADDELLE EMMETT Alpha XI Delta Miami, 3
BEVERLY FAYE ENGERT Contonment, 2
MAUREEN RUTH DICKSON Alpha XI Delta Hialeah, 2
MARGARET AGNES DIEHL Miami, 1
DAVID CLINTON DIXON Tallahassee, 1
JEAN ANNE DIXON Fernandina Beach, 2
MALINDA JANE DIXON Pi Beta Phi Jacksonville, 2
KENNETH NORMAN DONAHUE Sigma Chi Orlando, 2
DIANE DONEGAN Jacksonville Beach, 1
KAY M, DONNER Phi Mu Mascoutch, III, 1
TERRY LAMAR ENGLISH Pi Kappa Alpha ... Winter Haven, 3
DONNA JOAN EUBANKS Panama City, 1
JIM MAXWELL EUBANKS Sigma Nu Tallahassee, 3
S. L. EVANS
DONNA THERESA FALCONNIER Alpha XI Delta . . Clearwater, 1
BARBARA JANE FAPPIANO Miami, 2
ERIN ANNE FEIGIN Eau Gallie, 1
SUSAN FEINBERG Miami Beach, 1
THOMAS WILLIAM DONOVAN Jacksonville, 3
JOYCE DOPKO Miami', 3
DEANNE MARGOT DORSEY Jacksonville, 3
MARY ALICE DOTSON Miami Springs, 3
MARTA SHEFFIELD DOUGLAS Chi Omega Tampa, 2
LETITIA A. DOW Methesda, Md., 1
MARTHA ANN DREADIN Tampa, 1
JAMES DANIEL DRISKELL Sheffied, Ala., GR
ANNCLARE FELDSTEIN Miami, 2
IRENE YOLANDA FERNANDEZ Tampa, 2
JANET MAY FERRIS Palatka, 1
MARTHA LOU FESPERMAN Newberry, S. C, 1
CAROLYN FIELD Lakeland,]
ADA SUE YATES FINFROCK Winter Park, 2
PATRICIA ANN FINLAY Zeta Tau Alpha Blountstown, 3
CHRISTINE AGNES ESTELLE FISHER Tri Delta . . Daytona Beach, 2
GAIL ADAIRE DUKE Ft Lauderdale,
MARYCILLE DUKE Kappa Alpha Theta St. Petersburg,
SUE CAROLE DUKE Alpha XI Delta Fern Park!
BARBARA JEAN DUNBAR Deleon Springs
CLAIRE DUNLAP Tallahassee!
RICHARD ALLAN DUNLAP Sigma Alpha Epsilon Pensacola,
JUNE CLAIRE DUNN Alpha Chi Omega Western Springs, III.,
SUZANNE DUNN Alph; Chi Omega Lakeland
GERTRUDE ANN FISHMAN Miami Beach, .1
MARGO CLAIRE FITELSON Sarasota, 2
JUDITH FLEET Pi Beta Phi Port Washington, IM. Y., 2
PEGGY O'NEAL FLEMING Oviedo, 1
JOYCE LORRAINE FLETCHER Jacksonville, 2
SANDRA MITCHELL FLETCHER Tallahassee, 3
ANNA CLARE FLYNN Sarasota, 1
DONALD MICHAEL FLYNN Fall River, Mass., 3
MARGARET EMILY DURACK Tampa, 2
MILDRED JOANNE DURST Sarasota 1
EDWARD JOSEPH DYKE Ft. Lauderdale! 1
NORMA JEAN EADIE Lake City, 1
BLANCHE MARIE EASTMAN Mulberry! 1
CORRELLA OULD EASTMAN Orlando!
JOHN F. EDDINS Panama City! 2
SUNSHINE EDDY Jacksonville, 2
PAULA RUTH EDGAR Pi Beta Phi Lakeland 2
IDA MARGUERITE EDWARDS Fort Gaines, Ga ■>
MERRILL JEROME EDWARDS Starke' 1
MARJORIE ELAINE EICHINGER Alpha Omicron Pi Tallahassee! 1
ELAINE GAIL EISINGER Sigma Kappa Tampa! 1
BARBARA ANN EISSEY Pi Beta Phi West Palm Beach! 3
WAYLAND H. ELAM, JR. Sigma Phi Epsilon . Greenville 3
MARY ELIZABETH ELLERBE Clewiston'!
Sure, It's a goatskin bag — but that ain't goats' milk.
DICKSON, M. E.
DICKSON, Wl. R.
DIANNE BARBARA FOARD Alpha XI Delta Miami, 1
CAROL LOUISE FOLTZ Orlando, 2
HOWARD FREDERICK FORD Delta Tau Delta . . Nashville, Tenn., 3
ROBERT VINCENT FORD Phi Kappa Tau Sarasota, 2
M. JEANEL FORDYCE Alpha Omicron Pi Melbourne, 2
ASHLEY HINSON FRALEIGH Madison, 1
NANCY LOU FRALEIGH Kappa Delta Tallahassee, 2
JOYCE J. FRALIC Cantonment, 3
NORMAN RONALD GILFAND Delta Tau Delta Miami, 1
HENRY J. GLANCY Phi Delta Theta Atlanta, Ga., 3
PEGGY SUE GLASSCOCK Auburndale, 1
BETTIE ANN GOBER Sarasota, 1
M. NAN GODFREY Zeta Tau Alpha Chipley, 2
DIANE ELIZABETH GODIN St. Petersburg, 2
DOROTHY DELL GOFF Alpha Delta Pi Tampa, 1
SYLVIA JUNE GOLDEN Malone, 3
JEANETTE BILLIE FRANCISCO Homestead, 1
WILLIAM W. FRANKLIN Phi Kappa Tau Miami, 1
MARJORIE KATHLEEN FRASER Lake City, 2
ELIZABETH WARNER FRAZER Gainesville,!
DAVID E. FRAZIER Miami Springs, 1
BETTY ANN FREEMAN Defuniak Springs, 1
RUTH FREITAG Nocatee, 1
JUDITH MAY FREUDENBERG Zeta Tau Alpha Orlando, 1
RHODA MARY GONZALEZ Kappa Delta Pensacola, 1
MAE J. GOODMAN Lew/isburg, W. Va., 3
DOROTHY J. GOODWIN Pi Beta Phi Jacksonville, 3
JACK M GORRIE Tampa, 2
JOHN P. GRADY Bartow, 2
FELIZIA LAJUAIA GRANGER Apopka, 3
AUDREY MAE GRANT Alpha XI Delta Ft. Meade, 2
CYNTHIA GREEN Alpha Delta Pi Pensacola, 2
ANN MARCESTA FRICK Tii Delta Tallahassee, 3
ELEANORE D. FRIEL Clearwater, 2
NANCY MICHELE FRIPP Alpha Delta Pi Tampa, 1
GEORGIANA JEAN FRY Homestead, 1
DONNA KAY FULTON Miami, 1
PATRICIA CAROLE FURY Alpha Omicron Pi Perry, 3
ERNEST MAYO GABRIEL Sigma Alpha Epsilon Jacksonville Beach, 3
GERTRUDE LOUISE GARCIA Alpha Delta Pi Tampa, 1
BRUCE GURNER GREENWOOD Delta Tau Delta Ft, Pierce, 2
PATRICIA ANN GREENWOOD Delta Gamma Clearwater, 1
JANET GREGOIRE Miami, 1
BASCOM GREGORY Jacksonville, 1
EARL C. GRIFFIN Lockland, Ohio, 2
PRISCILLA JANE GRIFFING Miami, 3
STANLEY HOWARD GRIFFIS, JR Vero Beach, 3
PATRICIA YVONNE GRIGSBY Orlando, 1
LORETTA H. GARCIA Tampa, 2
LORNA HELENE GARCIA Tampa, 1
SANDRA MARIE GARCIA Tampa, 2
SUZANNE GARCIA Tampa, 1
ELISE LIND GARDNER Miami, 1
JULIA KATHERINE GARNETT Lantana, 3
JEANETTE HELEN GARRETT Pi Beta Phi Bartow, 3
HARRY LEE GASKINS Tallahassee, 1
BILL GRIMSLEY Wauchula, 1
LYNNE MARY GRODZICKI Miami, 1
RAYMOND CHARLES GROOM Phi Kappa Tau Panama City, 1
MARY ELIZABETH GROOVER Delta Zeta Atlanta, G., 1
PEGGY ANN GROSS Delta Gamma Clearwater, 2
JOHN DAVID GROW Sigma Alpha Epsilon Tallahassee, 2
MARY HILL GRUBBS Alpha Delta Pi Columbus, Ga., 2
MICHAEL ALBERT GUERRA Delta Tau Delta Sarasota, 3
ELEANOR ANN GATES Alpha Gamma Delta Canton, N. C, 3
LINDA JANE GATES Ft. Walton Beach, 1
GRETCHEN GATEWOOD Orlando, 1
JACQUELINE ANNE GAVELEK Alpha Omicron Pi Miami, 1
J. KENNETH GAY Chipley, 1
JOHN E. GEISLER Orlando, 3
MARY GEORGE Alpha XI Delta East Point, Ga., 2
WARREN HUGH GERARD Miami, 3
ARTHUR MITCHELL GERBER Hollywood,!
JUDY MAE GERNHARD Zeta Tau Alpha Sarasota, 1
ELIZABETH ANNE GESSLER Sigma Kappa Miami, 1
MARY JANE GETZEN Kappa Delta Orlando, 2
MARY JANE GHENT Gainesville, Ga., 1
SALLY JO GIBSON Atlanta, Ga., 3
SUZANNE PATRICIA GIBSON Pinetta, !
MARY GRACE GIELLA Dade City, 2
Whaddya mean, there's more in the trunk.' Have you seen the room.'
GARCIA, L. H.
GARCIA, S. Wl.
GIBSON, S P.
SUZANNE COLETTE GUNDERSON Kappa Alpha Theta Lake Worth, 3
VIRGINIA GUNN Apalachicola, 1
DAVID PHILIP GUNNELS Kappa Alpha Jacksonville, 2
DEANNE GUTHRIE Delta Gamma Lake City, 3
PATRICIA CHARLENE GUTHRIE Delta Gamma Lake City, 1
PATRICIA EDITH HACKETT Alpha Delta Pi Jacksonville, 2
CHARLES W. HACKNEY Hampton, Va., 3
ELINOR MARIE HAGER Alpha Gamma Delta Bradenton, 3
BETTY LU HERDEN St. Petersburg, 1
PHYLLIS LINDA HERING Delta Gamma St. Petersburg, 1
ELWIN WALTER HEROLD, JR Tallahassee, 2
RICHARD R. HEROUX Lake Worth, 3
CARLEEN HERRINGTON Delta Delta Delta Miami, 3
KARIN ROSE HERZ Hollywood, 2
TEMPLE HESS Jacksonville, 3
ROBERT HESTON HICKS Sarasota, 3
GAYLE CHANDLER HAGER Eau Gallie, 2
THOMAS LEONARD HAGAR Sigma Alpha Epsilon ... Orlando, 1
MATTOX S. HAIR Kappa Alpha Live Oak, 2
KAY NEWTON HALL Kappa Delta Tampa, 2
MARY ELLEN HAMBY Pensacola, 3
GERALDINE HOPE HANCOCK Opa-Locka, 2
JONNYE ANNETTE HANCOCK Sarasota, 1
NANCY TREASURE HANNAFORD Miami, 1
JAMES MARIAN HIGGINS Tallahassee,!
SALLY GAY HIGHNAM Alpha XI Delta Lakeland, 2
J. W. HILES Phi Delta Theta Atlanta, Ga., 1
PATRICIA ANN HILL Delta Delta Delta Miami, 2
GLEN HINTON Jasper, Ala., 2
MERRIMON TEAGUE HIPPS, JR New/ton, N. C, 3
HARLAINE H. HOBBS Manchester, N. H., 1
JACKIE HOBBS Alpha Chi Omega Starke, 2
MARY EDWENE HANSELL Kissimmee, 1
EDITH GRACE HANSEN Tavares, 1
LORETTA JOHANNA HANSEN Ft. Pierce, 3
PEGGY ANN HARDIE Daytona Beach, 1
NORA NELL HARDY Zeta Tau Alpha Ocala, 1
PATRICIA ESTHELLE HARPER Delta Zeta Lakeland, 2
OLCIE L. HARRELL Tallahassee, 3
RICHARD EARL HARRELL Pi Kappa Alpha Ft. Myers, 3
LINDA CAROLE HOBBS Chi Omega St. Petersburg, 1
NATALIE HALSTEAD HOBBS Kappa Alpha Theta Sarasota, 2
MARGARET HODGES Ona, 1
MARY JANE HODGES Plant City, 2
THOMAS R. HOGLE Pi Kappa Phi Tampa, 3
CHARLES JERALD HOHNE St. Augustine, 2
JANET EDITH HOLLER Miami, 3
PATRICIA ANN HOLLINS Alpha Gamma Delta St. Petersburg, 2
EDITH HELEN HARRINGTON Taft, 1
YOLANDA LOUISE HARRIS Key West, 1
BONNIE LE MERLE HART Foley, 2
ELLA JEAN HARTZ Tallahassee, 1
JACQUELIN ALICE HASLINGER Sebring, 1
SUSAN MARIAH HATCHER Alpha Delta Pi Macon, G., 1
EDNA ELIZABETH HAWES Valdosta, Ga., 1
ALICE FAYE HAWKINS Wewahitchka, 1
CHARLES H. HOLLOWAY Chattahoochee, 1
GEORGE ROBERT HOLLOWAY Phi Kappa Tau Nubbin Ridge, 3
HOWARD ERIC HOLM Winter Haven, 1
ANN ETTA HOOBER Jacksonville, 2
DENNIS D. HOOD Jacksonville, 1
PATRICIA ANN HOOVER Miami, 1
WILDA PAUL HOUSTON Palatka, 2
FRANKLIN DELANO HOWARD Blountstown, 2
FRANCES ANN HEARN Kappa Delta Plant City, 3
MARTHA ANN HEATH Delta Gamma Miami, 1
PATRICIA GAYLE HEFELE Coral Gables, 2
SHARRON HEIM St. Petersburg, 3
MARLENE MARGARET HEINZ Alpha Omicron Pi . Ft. Lauderdale, 1
ROWAN JAMES HELFERTY, JR. Pi Kappa Alpha Clearwater, 3
HENRY H. HELTON, JR Tallahassee, 3
BETTY ARLENE HENDERSON St. Petersburg, 3
DEANNA LOUISE HENDERSON Lakeland, 2
NANCY LEE HENDERSON Alpha Chi Omega Jacksonville, 1
LOREN HENDLEY Tallahassee, 1
CAROL MILLAY HENDRICKS Alpha Gamma Delta Ocala, 1
BETTY ANN HENLEY Camphenton, 3
DONALD EUGENE HENRY Pi Kappa Tau Tallahassee, 2
JEAN LOUISE HENRY Ft. Lauderdale, 1
MARIAN JANE HENSLEY Warner Robins, Ga., 2
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SHARON KATHLEEN HOWARD St. Petersburg, 2
RHODA GALE HOWE Alpha Gamma Delta Ocala, 3
LINDA ROSE HOWELL Bartow, 3
RICHARD LYLE HOWES Pensacola, 2
JOHN C. HUDSON Sigma Alpha Epsilon Rosedale, N. Y., 3
SYLVIA DIANE HUDSON Haines City, 1
KATHLEEN FRANCES HUFFORD Chi Omega Rowena, 2
YVONNE ELIZABETH HUFSTETLER Dundee,!
CAROLYN JONES Cutlee Ridge, 1
DANIEL PATRICK JONES Sigma Nu Pensacola, 1
L. JOANNE JONES Tallahassee, 1
MARGARET BAIRD JONES Mobile, Ala., 1
MARILYN GAYLE JONES Branford, 1
MERLE S. JONES Wausau, 3
N. CAROL JONES Atlanta, Ga., 1
OKLE CATHERINE JONES Jacksonville, 3
JOHN CLARK HUGHES Ft. Myers, 2
SARA ELIZABETH HUGHES Alpha Delta Pi Bartow, 1
THOMAS WENDELL HUGHES Tampa, 1
CAROLYN JO HUNT Delta Delta Delta Coral Gables, 1
LINDA LEE HUNT Bradenton, 1
PFILIP GARDNYR HUNT Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . Montgomery, Ala., 3
CHARLES T. HURD Jacksonville, 2
YOLANDA MARY ANN HUSZTY Ft. Lauderdale, 2
FRANCES MiGNON JORDAN Alpha Gamma Delta . . Bartow, 1
JILDA VIRGINIA JORDAN Zeta Tau Alpha Miami, 2
VICTOR JOHN KALETA Tampa, 2
PETER A. KALMES Pi Kappa Phi Yonkers, N. Y., 3
ATHENA K. KAPNIAS Phi Mu Jacksonville, 2
CRESCENTIA ANN KEARNS Lakeland, 1
WALLACE OLES KEENE Phi Delta Theta . . Washington, D. C, 1
BILL KELLY Miami,!
JACQUELAN SUE HUTTO Bartow, 2
PRISCILLA SUE HUTTO Bartow, 1
ARTHUR E. IMMEL Hialeah, 1
ELIZABETH ALICE INGALLS Delta Gamma Ocala, 2
JULIE ANN INGRAM Kappa Alpha Theta Winter Park, 2
MARY ETHEL INGRAM Alpha Chi Omega Pineville, Ky., 3
KARY GWINNETTE INLOW Jacksonville, 1
SHIRLEY ANN INSCHO Alpha XI Delta Miami, 1
SUSAN KELSEY Delta Zeta Tampa, 3
PHILIP J. KEMBLOWSKI Phi Kappa Tau Panama City, 3
KAREN MARIE KEMMER Daytona Beach, 2
CAROLYN ANNE KEMP Jacksonville,!
LINDA FRANCES KENDRICK Kaopa Delta Bradenton, !
BARBARA JEAN KENNEDY Tallahassee, 2
BARBARA JEAN KENNISON Miami, 2
HELEN MERRILL KENNISON Tallahassee, 3
BETTY SUE JACKSON Quincy, 3
MERRY JUNE JACKSON Alpha Chi Omega Clearwater, 2
SANDRA JANE JACKSON Zeta Tau Alpha Quitman, Ga., !
JACQUELINE HELEN JACOVES Miami, 2
KATHLEEN JAMES Cantonment, 2
VIRGINIA LOUISE JAMES Delta Delta Delta Panama City, 1
JAN ELIZABETH JANES Delta Zeta Wauchula, 2
VIRGINIA ANN JANKUNIS Ft. Lauderdale, 1
KATHERINE MARIE KESSEL Miami,!
ARTHUR LLOYD KETCHERSID Tallahassee, 3
KARLA KILINSKI Miami,!
GORDON M. KINCHELOE Tallahassee, !
MARTHA KING St. Petersburg, 3
WILLIAM S. KING Tallahassee, 3
AUDREY NADINE KIRBY Live Oak, 2
VIVIAN CAROL KIRCHMAN Delta Delta Delta .... St. Petersburg, 3
CONSTANCE MELANIE JEFFERS Jacksonville, 2
JO ANN CAROL JENNIER Peru, Ind., !
WILLIAM MELL JENKINS Caryville, 3
EVA JOANOS Alpha Omicron Pi Tallahassee, !
DELPHIA NAE JOHNSON Ocala, 2
ISABEL JANE JOHNSON Phi Mu Jasper, 2
JESSIE LOUISE JOHNSON Wildwood, !
JOYCE EVANGELINE JOHNSON Plant City, !
KAREN ANN JOHNSON Tallahassee, !
N MERLINE JOHNSON Alpha XI Delta Jacksonville, 2
MARGARET G. JOHNSON Tallahassee, 3
WINIFRED LORENE JOHNSON Gamma Phi Beta Cairo, Ga., !
CHARLOTTE ANNE JOHNSTON Tampa, !
MARIANNA JOHNSTON Tampa, !
ROBERT LEON JOHNWICK Sigma Nu West Palm Beach, !
BENNY EARL JONES Vero Beach, 2
Somebody call the Biology Department — I'm growing gills!
JOHNSON, J. L.
JOHNSON J. E.
JONES, M. B.
JONES, M. G.
JONES, M. S.
KING, W. ■
DAISY ESTHER KIRK Gamma Phi Beta Tallahassee, 1
MARILYN ELIZABETH KIRKLAND Jacksonville,!
VIRGINIA KATHRYN KISER Cocoa, 3
GRACE CONSTANCE KLINE Lake Wales, 2
RITA ESTELLE KLONSKY Miami,!
FRANKLIN KNIGHT, III Marietta, G., i
RODNEY S. KNIGHT
KATHLEEN KNOPS Delta Gamma Ft. Lauderdale, !
RICHARD JAMES LIETZ St. Petersburg, 5
JUDITH CAROLE LINDER Delta Zeta Wauchula, 3
MARY ANN LINDSEY Alpha Gamma Delta Jacksonville, 1
DOTTIE SUE LINEBAUGH Tampa, !
DOROTHY DEANNE LINGO Clearw/ater, 2
IRVIN LIPSCOMB Winter Garden, 1
ALICE GAIL LIPTHROTT Zeta Tau Alpha St. Petersburg, !
DONALD WALLACE LIVESEY Lambda Chi Alpha . . St. Petersburg, 3
MARILYN GENE KNOWLES Zeta Tau Alpha Ft. Pierce, 2
i^ICHMOND LEE KNOWLES, JR Columbus, G., 3
PATRICIA ROSE KONORZA Ponce de Leon, !
KARL DAVID KOONTZ Ft. Lauderdale, 3
SUSAN ELIZABETH KORST Alpha Delta Pi Tallahassee, 2
JOAN ELLEN KOVACE Cocoa, 1
NANCY ELIZABETH KRETZSCHMAR Miami, 1
BARBARA KROGLAND Columbus, Ga., 3
CLINTON ELMORE LOGAN, JR Carrabelle, 3
ROBERTA JEAN LOGAN Daytona Beach, 2
CAROLYN ELIZABETH LOGUE Alpha Chi Omega Orlando, 2
EVELYN LOMAISTRO Alpha Omicron Pi Miami, 2
CHARLENE DORILDA LONG Naples, 4
TERESA HOPKINS LONG Alpha Gamma Delta Tallahassee, !
BARBARA ANN LOPER Tampa, 2
PATRICIA ANNE LORD Orlando, 3
LOIS G. KUSTU Alpha Omicron Pi Vero Beach, 3
GIULA RIGA LACAGNINA Phi Mu Jupiter, 2
GORDON CRAIG LAMASTER Miami, 1
CAROL ANNE LAMB Phi Mu Statesboro, Ga., 3
JANICE ETHEL LAMB Madison, 3
PATRICIA LAMB Phi Mu Statesboro, Ga., 1
JOHNNY PATRICK LAMBERT Havana, 3
DOROTHY ANN LANE Chiefiand, 1
MARTHA LENORE LOTT Hollywood, 3
ARTHUR JOHN LOVARCO Ft. Lauderdale, 1
LAURA LEE LOVELAND Miami, 1
LESLIE ANN LOWELL Miami, 1
SNOW ANDERSON LOY Eustis, !
SANDRA RUTH LOZIER Lantana, 2
RUTH DOLORES LUCAS Taveres, 2
ALICE LOUISE LUPO Gamma Phi Beta Orlando, 2
ERNEST LANFORD Shellman, Ga., 2
LINDA ANN LANGSTON Ft. Myers, 3
SAL ANTHONY LANZA Delta Tau Delta ... Port Chester, N. Y., !
ANDREW LAPICOLA Hialeah, 1
SUE CARROLL LARSON Jacksonville, 1
TEXIE ANN LARSON Zeta Tau Alpha Miami, 1
JUNE IRIS LASSETER Delta Delta Delta Tallahassee, 3
RICHARD DAVID LATTNER Kappa Sigma Ft. Pierce, !
MOLLIE JANE MACKIN Coral Gables, !
JULIE MacDOWELL Chi Omega Lakeland, 1
SARA JEAN MACLEOD Kappa Delta Jacksonville, 3
JUDITH ELIZABETH MADSON Albany, Ga., 1
JAMES MILNE MAGEE Phi Delta Theta Tampa, 2
MARIAN LOUISE MAHANNAH Alpha Gamma Delta . . Miami, 2
NELLIE CHURCH MANDA Kappa Alpha Theta . . West Palm Beach, 3
DOROTHY ESTELLA MANN Delta Zeta Jacksonville, 1
BONNIE RUSSELL LAW Miami Springs, 1
CYNTHIA ANN LAWRENCE Pi Beta Phi Tallahassee, 3
MARGARET LINDA LEEGER Phi Mu Albany, Ga., !
JUDITH M. LEHAN Maitland, 2
JOYCE HELEN LENNARD Jacksonville, !
ETHELYN W. LENZI Ft. Lauderdale, 2
JAMES DICK LEONE Tampa, 3
GERMAINE CHARLOTTE LEONHART Kappa Delta .... Clearwater, 1
CAROL JO LEWIS Delta Gamma Tallahassee, 2
HENRY CYRUS LEWIS, JR Lakeland, 3
LOLA PATRICIA LEWIS Castleberry, Ala., 1
MARGARET REED LEWIS Delta Delta Delta Panama City, 2
PATRICIA JANE LEWIS Haines City, !
SALLIE LIDDON Kappa Delta Lynn Haven, !
PATSY LIEB Lakeland, 2
MARCIA G. LIEGEROT Coral Gables, 1
Can't stand eggs for breakfast — gimme a coke and doughnut.
JACK TAY MANN Winter Park, 2
JOHN MICHAEL MANN Monlicello,. 1
PAT MANNING Alpha Xi Delta Jacksonville, 3
GENEVIEVE MANSFIELD Lakeland, 1
PATSY ANN MARIOTTI Hobe Sound, 2
THOMAS CLARK MARKS Kappa Alpha Order Tampa, 2
LEWIS EUGENE MAROTTI Winter Haven, 1
KATHRYN MACLEOD MARSH Jacksonville,!
HENRY LOUIS MEADOR Phi Kappa Tau Bradenton, 2
JEANIE MEADOWS Alpha Omicron Pi Riverview/, 2
VIVIAN IRENE MEEKISON Bradenton, 1
KATHRYN DORTHEA MEEKS Lake Park, 1
FLORENCE LEORETA MELVIN Gamma Phi Beta .... Panama City, 1
BARBARA JEAN MENTZER Delta Gamma Lake Worth, 3
SUZANNE HULETT MENTZER Lakeland, 1
JANE SHARP MERRELL Daytona Beach, 3
DONALD NORMAN MARSHALL Tallahassee, 1
GROVER EDWARD MARTIN Umatilla, 2
LOUISE SCOTT MARTIN Alpha Omicron Pi .... Pike Road, Ala., 1
MARIE LUCILLE MARTIN Alpha Omicron Pi Tallahassee, 2
MARILYN MARTIN Miami Springs, 1
MARTHA LOIS MARTIN DeFuniak Springs, 2
NEIL EDWARD MARTIN Lambda Chi Alpha St. Petersburg, 2
EMILY SUE MASSEY Alpha Chi Omega Jacksonville, 2
JUDITH ANNE METCALFE Tallahassee, 1
MARILYN LEE METZ Miami, 2
FRANK JOHN MICELI Tampa, 1
PATRICIA ANNE MICKLER Kappa Alpha Theta Tampa, 2
RICHARD DAVID MIKELL Delray Beach, 3
BARBARA CORDES MILLER Alpha Gamma Delta . . Jacksonville, 1
BERYL ELAINE MILLER Miami, 1
DELBERT EUGENE MILLER Milwaukee, Wis., 1
DONAL B. MATHEWS Sigma Alpha Epislon Dillion, S. C, 1
MARY CAROLYN MATHEWS Atlanta, Ga., 1
MARY COVER MATHIS Chi Omega Tampa, 1
SALLY ANN MATTHEWS Delta Zeta Pompano Beach, 2
SUZANNE ALRENE MATZAT Delta Zeta Jacksonville, 2
DOROTHY JEAN MAY Pi Beta Phi Miami, 3
CHARLOTTE ANNE MAYER Severna Park Md., 1
ROSALIE MAYNARD Sebring, 2
ELIZABETH V. MILLER Jacksonville,!
ELLA MAE MILLER Lakeland, 3
JOSEPH CABAL MILLER Lambda Chi Alpha Palatka, 3
MARY CHARLOTTE MILLER Bushnell, !
ROBERT PAUL MILLER Delray Beach, 1
SYLVIA DOROTHY MILLER Alpha Chi Omega Tampa, 2
ELLIS WILLARD MILLS Sigma Alpha Epsilon , Wryn^sboro, G., 2
MARGERIE MACKAY MILLS Jacksonville, !
PENELOPE KATE McARTHUR Alpha Gamma Delta .... Crestview, i
BRENDA WATTS McCAMPBELL Pi Beta Phi .. West Palm Beach, 1
MARY CATHERINE McCARQUODALE Washington, D. C, 1
JANE MARIE McCLELLAND Jacksonville, 1
CAROLYN McCOLLOUGH DeFuniak Springs, !
CATHY MARA McCORMACK Lakeland, 1
JAMES CAROON McCOTTER Jark-onville, 2
ELIZABETH LOUISE McCUSKEY Titusville, 2
MARYANN BARBARA MILMORE N. Miami, 1
JANE DEXTER MIMS Lake Wales, !
SHARON ALISE MIMS Gamma Phi Beta Tampa, 1
MONA RAE MIRACLE Gainesville, !
MICHAEL HOGAN MITCHELL Sigma Alpha Epsilon . Decatur, Ga., 2
PATRICIA MARIE MITCHELL Lakeland, 2
SOPHY MAE MITCHELL Sebring, 3
BETTY JO MOFFITT Hallendale, !
SANDRA JEAN McDANIEL Orlando, !
MARILYN JOANN McDUGALD Dundee, 2
JAMES E. McFATTER Bonifay, 3
RUTH ANNETTE McINTOSH Delta Delta Delta Pahokee, 2
MARY FRANCES McKINNEY Miami, 2
ROBERT E. Mclaughlin Terra Ceia, 3
CAROLYN ANN McLAULIN Sarasota, 1
JOSEPH DANIEL McLEAN Fort Walton Beach, 3
JUDY MCMILLAN Phi Beta Phi Tallaiass3s, 1
ANN KATHLEEN McNAMEE Orlando, i
SARA ALLEN McNEAL Cravi/fordville, 3
CAROLYN ANNE McPHERSON Quincy, 3
PATRICIA McRAE Mcintosh, 2
MURIEL ANN McSHEEHAN Miami, 2
GAYLE WYRICK McWHlRTER Chi Omega Clearwater, 1
ALFRED CLIFTON MEADOR Tallahassee, 3
What's a three letter word ending in e-x?
MANN, J. T.
MANN, J. M.
MARTIN, M. L.
MARTIN, M. L.
/IILLER, B. C.
/IILLER, B. E.
MILLER, E. V.
MILLER, E. M.
VALERIE J. MOLONEY Lake Worth, 2
BETTY ANN MONTGOMERY Delta Delta Delta Tallahassee, 2
BETTIE MOORE Tallahassee, 1
HELEN GEORGINE MONROSE Tampa, 1
HENRY CLAY MOORE Westville, 1
JOE KEITH MOORE Jacksonville Beach, 3
JOSEPH MOORE Delta Tau Delta Sarasota, 3
JUDITH ANN MOORE Sarasota, 1
PATRICIA SEFTON OLIVER Alpha Gamma Delta .... Bradenton, 1
LEORA YVONNE OLLIPHANT Phi Beta Phi Jacksonville, 1
SYLVIA ALINE O'NEAL Kappa Delta Tampa, 1
ANN ELIZABETH O'NEILL Alpha Gamma Delta Sarosota, 1
DIAN I. ORR Delta Gamma St. Augustine, 3
MARTHA ORR Mimai Springs, 1
JANELLEN NORINE OSBORN Miami, 2
BETTY JANE OTEY Zeta Tau Alpha St. Petersburg, 3
LIBBY ANN MOORE Delta Delta Delta Sarasota, 1
MARY JOAN MOORE Tampa, 1
THOMAS CETERINO MOORE Theta Chi Key West, 2
SONIA JUSTINA MORENO Kappa Alpha Theta Tampa, 1
DEANNA INEZ MORRIS Havana Cuba, 1
DIANA EVIE MORRIS Kappa Alpha Theta Miami, 3
JAMES LOUIS MORRISON Winter Haven, 2
DOROTHY LOUISE MORTON Kappa Alpha Theta ... Jacksonville, 2
ROBERT J. OWENS Quincy, 3
PEGGY ANNE PAFFORD Jennings, 2
JOSEPH J. PALAZZO Rochester, I\l. Y„ 2
JAMES MONROE PALMER Sigma Nu Ft. Myers, 3
LINDA ANN PALMYRA Miami, 2
CHARLOTTE ANN PARIS Haines City, 1
ALICE ELIZABETH PARKER Kissimmee, 1
NANCY BUREL PARKINSON Jacksonville, 2
MARGARET FRANCES MORTON Hollywood, 1
BARBARA JOY MUELLER Delta Gamma Cocoa, 3
BETHIA LETITIA MUELLER Clewiston, 1
PATRICIA LEE MURPHY Miami, 2
PATRICIA C. MURRELL Miami, 2
CAROL JANE NEFF Winter Haven, 2
PATRICIA ELAINE NEFF Sarasota, 1
CAROLANNE NELSON Tallahassee, 3
JOHN N. PARTRIDGE, JR. Sigma Alpha Epsilon Orlando, 2
CELIA ANN PARVIN Miami, 1
WILLIAM BLANCHARD PASCHAL, JR Madison, 3
RICHARD BRADLEY PASTO Tallahassee, 1
MYRNA JOY PATE Tampa, 2
KAROLYN PATTERSON Tampa, 3
SANDRA RUTH PATTISON Tallahassee, 1
MARY LOU PATTON Murgreesboro, 1
RICHARD DONALD NELSON Pensacola, 1
MARTHA LEE NE SMITH Kappa Alpha Theta Coral Gables, 1
MARGARET NETTLES Atlanta, Ga., 1
HEIDI HEATHER NEUMANN Miami, 2
DANIEL PATRICK NEW Tallahassee, 3
r/lARY ELIZABETH NEWBERG Ocoee, 1
TLISE YVONNE NEWBERRY Kappa Delta Bainbridge, Ga., 3
MARYLOU NEWDE Tampa, 1
THELMA ANN PEABODY Miami, 1
JACK H. PEACOCK Blountstown, 1
JAN M. PEARCE Ft. Lauderdale, 1
EDWARD STEPHEN PENESKI Theta Chi Trenton, N. J., 3
RUBY PAULINE PENNINGTON Ponce de Leon, 3
LOUIS MARK PENZI, JR., Theta Chi Miami, 2
CYNTHIA ANN PERCY Plant City, 1
NORMA JEAN PEREZ Tampa, 2
THOMAS WILLIAM NEWELL Theta Chi Lakewood, Ohio, 2
JUDITH LOUISE NEWMAN Sarasota, 1
JANE REID NEWSOME Pi Beta Phi Orlando, 1
JAMES CURTIS NEWTON Panama City, 2
JEAN G. NEWTON Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, 3
SHERRY LYNNE NICHOLS Zeta Tau Alpha St. Petersburg, 3
ANNA LOUISE NICHOLSON Delta Gamma Lake Worth, 3
GISELA M. NICKEL Miami, 1
REMBRANDT W. NOBLE Tallahassee, 3
ARDIS JOANNE NOYES Miami, 1
SUSAN JANE NUBER Alpha Omicron Pi St. Petersburg, 3
ROBERT EARL NUSSEAR Theta Chi Tampa, 2
THEODORE DAVID NUTT Nassau, Bahamas, 3
KARL W. OAKLEY Tallahassee, 3
RICHARD O'BRIEN East Detroit, Mich, i
DORIS JOAN OFFERLE Delta Zeta Miami, 2
Excuse us, Mr. Johnson, but your mascara's running.
MOORE, J, K.
MOORE, J. A.
MORRIS, D. I.
MOORIS, D. E.
MUELLER, B. J.
MUELLER, B. L.
NEWTON, J. C.
NEWTON, J. G.
THELMA BOLTON PERKINS KAO Neptune Beach, 2
JEAN ARLEN PERRY Bradenton, 2
VALERIANN PERRY Zeta Tau Alpha Chattahoochee, 1
JANET PERSONS Ft. Myers, 1
KAY PETRIS Winter Garden, 1
ROBERT MILTON PETTY Sigma Chi Jaci<sonville, 2
STEPHEN PEYTON Miami Beach, 1
PENELOPE DORIS PICKELS Jacksonville, 1
WALTHEW FREDERICK REARDON St. Petersburg, 3
LISA A. REDD Gamma Phi Beta Sarasota, 2
DIXON IRVINE REDDITT Jacksonville, 3
MARLINE JANET REEBEL Homestead,!
MARY ANN REEDER Delta Gamma Lakeland, 2
ROSEMARY REEDY Eustis, 2
JOHN LANCE REESE Pensacola, 3
SANDRA LEE REESE Jacksonville, 3
BARBARA ANN PIDGEON Tampa, 1
DOROTHY RUTH PIEHLER Hialeah, 1
ROSE MARIE PIERCE Miami,?
SUSAN ELEANOR PIERCE Jacksonville, 1
EVA DESSE PINCKARD Kappa Alpha Theta .... Daytona Beach, 3
CLARK STEADMAN PINDER Theta Chi Key West, 2
JOSEPH L. PIPITONE Miami,!
MARJORIE JEAN PIPKIN Lakeland, 2
DEES CAMILLE REESMAN Alpha Gamma Delta Ocala, 2
CAROLYN GARDNER REEVES Alpha Chi Omega . . Memphis, Tenn., !
JAMES WILLIAM REGISTER Alpha Tau Omega Jasper, 3
BARBARA ANN RENNER Miami, !
EDYTH ARDEN REVELL Bowling Green, 1
RAYMOND LESTER REVELL Tallahassee, 3
BECKY ANN REVELS Lake City, !
VIRGINIA REYNOLDS Capehart, !
ROYCE DERREL PIPKINS Pi Kapoa Aloha Haines C'ty, !
ROBERT BRUCE PITTELKOW Tallahassee, !
AURELIA PITTS Kappa Delta Pittsview, Ala., 2
HAROLD EUGENE PITTS Tallahassee, 1
CYNTHIA HOLLEY PLOCKELMAN West Palm Beach, 2
CYNTHIA DAWN POHL Winter Park, 2
ROBERT RONNY POPPELL Tallahassee, 1
CAROL ANN POPPENGER Pi Beta Phi Leesburg, 3
CAROLYN RICE Tampa, 3
NOEL RICHARD Orlando, !
MARIETTA RICHARDSON St. Petersburg, 3
JOHN E. RILEY Parkersburg, W. Virginia, 3
ANDREW LAWRENCE RINGERS West Palm Beach, 3
ARLENE MILDRED RITCHIE Delta Gamma Tallahassee, 2
CADE JACKSON RITCHIE Tallahassee, 3
H. DOYLE ROBERTS Tallahasesee. 2
FOURTH ROW .
JUDITH ANN PORTER Lakeland, !
JUDITH ANN POTTS Ft. Myers, 2
MARY HARRISON POWELL Alpha Xi Delta Clearwater, !
BETTY C. POWELL Lakeland, 2
DARVIN V. POWELL Brunswick, Ga., 3
MARGARET JANE POWELL Delta Gamma Tallahassee, 2
DONALD POWERS Hamilton, Ohio, 3
ROSE MARIE PRATT Plant City, 2
LINDA GAY ROBERTS Alpha Chi Omega Moore Haven, 2
MARY ANTONENE ROBERTS Tallahassee, 2
SALLIE FLORRIE ROBERTS Gamma Phi Beta .... Myakka City, 2
SHIRLEY BLANZO ROBERTS Tallahassee,!
BONNIE ROBINSON Chi Omega Orlando, !
KENNETH HUBERT ROBINSON Clearwater, 3
BARBARA JUNE ROGERS Ft. Walton Beach, 3
GEORGE HULLET ROGERS Tallahassee, 3
JUDITH CLAIRE PRESTON Delta Delta Delta Pensacola, 1
JUDITH LEE PRICE Miami Beach, !
KAREN SUE PRICE Miami, !
MARCELLA PRICHARD Miami,!
CHICHI ELIZABETH PUCKETT Tallahassee, !
PATRICIA IRENE PUDERBAUGH Delta Zeta .. Montgomery, Ala., 1
SERANDA MARIE RALLI Daytona Beach,!
FRANK ROBERT RAMOS Miami, 2
JUDY RAMSEY Chi Omega Tampa, 2
PEGGY JEANETTE RAMSEY Ft. Lauderdale, 3
BARBARA JEAN RANDEE Fort Pierce, 2
CONSTANCE RANSICK Eustis, 1
ELLEN RAMONA RAYNOR Tampa, 3
EUNICE ALEDA READETTE Pensacola, 3
SYLVIA REBECA REAGAN Miami, !
He said he'd meet me here at four — should I leave for dinner?
POWELL, M. H.
POWELL, M. J.
ROBERTS, S. F.
ROBERTS, S. B.
JUNE ANN ROGERS Miami Springs, 2
PETER LEONARD ROLLER Miami, 1
SANDRA LEE ROSENBERG Kappa Alpha Theta , . Daytona Beach, 3
CARL HERMAN ROSENBUSH, JR Green Cove Springs, 3
JUDITH HELENE ROTH St. Petersburg,!
RANDELL E. ROWELL Green Cove Springs, 1
FRED ROWLAND Jacksonville, 2
MARCIA KAY RUCKER Miami, 1
JO ETHEL SEWELL Miami, 3
DONALD FREDRICK SEYEZ Phi Kappa Tau Hollywood, 1
CHARLIE W. SHAEFFER Sigma Nu Tallahassee, 2
RALPH HENDERSON SHARP Lambda Chi Alpha Perry, 3
ELIZABETH LOUISE SHARPE Alpha Xi Delta Winter Park, 1
MARGARET E. SHAY St. Petersburg, 1
MARY PAT SHEA Tampa, 2
DONALD W. SHEFFIELD Tallahassee, 2
ANN CLEGG RUFFIN Alpha Omicron Pi Albany, Ga., 2
RAYMOND A RUTHER, JR Pensacola, 3
MARY JANE RUTLAND Tallahassee, 2
PEGGY J. RYAN Tallahassee, 2
WILLIAM RYAN Tallahassee, 3
JACK DEO RYDER Sigma Chi Dayton, Ohio, 2
VIRGINIA CATHERINE SACKHOFF St. Cloud, 2
CORA ANNE SADLER Mount Dora, 2
GLORIA REID SHEFFIELD Tallahassee, Graduate
ELIZABETH M. SHEPPARD Delta Zeta Key West, 3
SUSAN ANN SHOAF Sarasota, 1
SAMUEL BLAIR SHUFORD, JR Port St. Joe, 1
BONNIE ELIZABETH SHUMAN Monticello, 1
ELSIE MARIE SIGLER DeLand, 1
CHICK SILVAGNI Sigma Alpha Epsilon Surfside, 1
BABS LEE SIMMONS Alpha Chi Omega Tallahassee, 1
JUDITH ANN SADLER Tallahassee,!
FRIEDA HENRIETTA ELENA SAGALOWITZ Trujillo, Dominican-
JANE KING SALLEY Phi Mu Tallahassee,3
LOLA JEAN SALMON Haines City, 1
S. GAYLE SAMMONS Phi Beta Phi Miami, 2
SUSAN JANE SAMPLE Delta Delta Delta Gulfport, Miss., 1
GEORGIA SAMPSON Haines City, 2
PATTY JOAN SANCHEZ Delta Zeta Ft. Lauderdale, !
KATE SIMMS Homestead, !
PATRICIA SIMPSON Tallahassee, !
WILLIAM J. SIMPSON Phi Kappa Tau Montgomery, Ala., 2
HENRY BRYANT SIMS Winter Haven, 1
HELENE ALICE SINCLAIR Delta Delta Delta Miami, 3
RAYMOND SINGER Miami, 3
LOYD D. SINGLETARY Milton, 3
DON F. SINK Lambda Chi Alpha Sarasota, !
ROBERT FRANCIS SANCHEZ Sarasota,3
MARY LUCILLE SANDS Delta Delta Delta Ocala, 1
BETTY ESTELLE SANFORD Largo, 3
WARNER C. SANFORD Tallahassee, 2
SUPAT SANGTONG Lampoon, Thailand, 2
BEVERLY SUE SAULS Kappa Alpha Theta Lakeland, 2
CHARLES EDWARD SAVAGE, JR. Phi Kappa Tau . . W, Allenhurst,
N. J., 3
GLENN ARTHUR SCAMBLER Sigma Phi Spsilon ... Ft. Pierce, 3
MARTHA CECILIA SIVER Sarasota, !
KATHERINE DALTON SJOBLOM Venice, 2
HELEN WATSON SKELTON Tampa, 2
PRISCILLA JANE SLOAN Miami, 2
BARBARA ANN SMITH Alpha Chi Omega Crestview, 3
ELIZABETH ANNE SMITH Palmetto, 3
FORBIE L SMITH Bonifay, 3
GERALD FRANCIS SMITH Orlando, 1
PEGGY JOYCE SCARBOROUGH Alpha Xi Delta Fruitland Park, 3
EDWARD T. SCHIESS Sigma Nu Bradenton, 1
ROBERT WILLIAM SCHLITT Vero Beach, 3
JULIE MARIE SCHNEEBERGER Morth Miami Beach,]
DIANE SUE SCHMIPP Miami, 2
SHERRY LEE SCHULZE Delta Zeta Pompano Beach, 2
HARRIET LOUISE SCHUMACHER Sebring, 1
FREDERICK WILLIAM SCHUSTER Jacksonville, 3
GERALD GREEN SCOTT Live Oak, 1
ROBERT LEE SCOTT Havana, 1
SUSIE SCUDDER Clearwater, 1
MARY ANN SEABORN Kappa Delta Panama City, 1
SANDRA DONAHOO SEARS Kappa Alpha Theta Sarasota, 3
DELOROS SEEMAYER Tallahassee, 3
JAMES A. SELLARS Panama City, 2
MARTHA DELOISE SESSIONS Clearwater, 2
I got five bucks sez they pass.
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JOSEPHINE SMITH Ft. Lauderdale, 3
LINDA LEE SMITH Ft. Myers Beach, 1
MARGARET ANN SMITH Ocala, 2
MARILYN ELAINE SMITH Williston, 2
MARY CARRELL SMITH Nashville, Ga., 1
RONALD Z. SMITH Tallahassee, 3
SHARON ELIZABETH SMITH Haines City, 1
SUZANNE SMITH Arcadia, 1
ROBERT LANE STROMBERG Delta Tau Delta Sarasota, 1
FAYE ELAINE SUBER Coolidge, Ga., 3
LILLIAN SULLIVAN Loughman, 2
ANN LOUISE SUMMERS Bradenton, 1
BILLY WAYNE SURLES Tallahassee! 1
ALEX C. SUTOR Tallahassee, 2
ELIZABETH LOUISE SWANSON Tallahassee, 1
BETTY JOAN SWARTZ Gamma Phi Beta Leesburg, 3
WILLIAM T, SMITH Sigma Chi Tallahassee, 3
LESLIE RUTH SNODGRASS .' Maitland, 2
SHARON LEE SNYDER Miami, 1
JO-ANN VIRGINIA SORY Pi Beta Phi Ft. Lauderdale, 1
GEORGE WILLIAM SPAIN Pensacola, 1
JOAN 0. SPARLING Ft. Lauderdale, 3
FRANCES MARIE SPELL Holly Hill, 2
ADDIE LEE SPENCER Wmter Haven, 1
MARY ELEANOR SWEATT Pi Beta Phi Orlando, 3
LAVERNE SWEENEY Jacksonville, 3
MARY THEODORA SWEETING Key West, 3
ROBERT WILSON SWOSZOWSKI Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . Orlando! 1
ELLEN BURDELLA TAAFFE Zeta Tau Alpha Coral Gables, 2
JOSEPH WARREN TAGGART Tampa, 1
THELMA MAE TALBOTT Martinsburg, W. Va., Grad. Student
SYDNEY CATHERINE TALLY Delta Delta Delta Patterson AFB, Ohio,
BEVERLY DAWN SPENCER Phi Mu Dayton, Va. 1
JOHN ALBERT SPERANZA Framingham, Mass., 3
SYLVIA JANE SPINKS Orlando, 3
GLENDA ANN SPINNEY Cantonment, 3
PAT A. SPIVA Delta Gamma Panama City, 1
CLARENCE WILLARD SPiVEY, JR, Theta Chi Manatee, 2
CONNIE SPOTO ,. Tampa, 2
SANDRA MARY SPOTO ]. Tampa, 1
DONALD WILLIAM TALMON Phi Kappa Tau Bradenton, 2
MARY A. TATA . . Tampa, 3
CORINNE M. TATOUL Sigma Kappa W. Palm Beach, 3
KAY ELENE TAYLOR Alpha Chi Omega Mayo, 3
JOHN ROBERT TAYLOR Delta Tau Delta Albany, Ga., 3
SARAH REBECCA TAYLOR Birmingham, Ala., 2
J. CAROL TERPENING St. Petersburg, 3
NANCY LEE TERRY Macon, Ga., 3
ROSEMARY LEE STAINBACK Delta Zeta Atlanta, 3
DANIEL JOSEPH STAINER Tallahassee, 3
ESTHER MELISSA STALLINGS Waldo, 1
JO ANNE STALNAKER ,2
BARBARA ANNE STANG Delta Gamma Miami, 3
ELEANOR McCLELLAN STANTON Neptune Beach, 1
CAROLYN JOAN STEPHENS Miami, 1
ETHELDA MARIE STEPHENS Ocala, 1
GEORGE BUFORD TESTON Tallahassee, 2
DIANE ELIZABETH THAL Miami, 1
JANE MAE THOMAS Coral Gables, 1
SHIRLEY ANNE THOMAS Orlando, 1
ELINOR JANE THOMPSON Phi Mu Atlanta, Ga., 3
MARGARET GAYLE THOMPSON Eustis, 1
MARYL AUDELLE THOMPSON Gamma Phi Beta . . Lake Wales, 2
MANAS THUMMANOND Bangkok, Thailand, 5
PATRICIA LUCILE STEPHENS Lakeland, 3
RONALD EMERSON STEURER Pi Kappa Phi ,, Berlin, Co-n , 1
SUE STEVENS Okeechobee, 3
MILDRED JAUNITA STEWART Atmore,Ala., 3
SANDRA DOROTHY STEWART Kappa Delta Jacksonville, 3
SIM STIDHAM Auburndale, 1
DAVID FRANKLIN ST. JOHN Eustis, 2
CHARLOTTE STOKER Sigma Kappa Coral Gables, 2
LINDA SYLVIA STOAKESBERRY AInha Xi Delta Miami, 1
JESSIE EDWANA STONER Miami, 1
LYNN GORDON STOVER Tallahassee! 1
RICHARD LEWIS STOWE Pi Kappa Alpha Ft. Lauderdale, 1
MILDRED STRICKLAND Bristol, Tenn., 2
RUTH FREEMAN STRICKLAND Alpha Delta Pi Richland, Ga., 1
SANDRA STRICKLAND Bristol,!
MARTHA LYNETTE STROM Panama City! 1
Don't be silly, Daddy. They'll settle for a field goal on this play.
SMITH, M. A.
SMITH, M. E.
SMITH, M. C.
SMITH, S. E.
THOMPSON, M. G.
VINITHA THUMWIANOND Bangkok, Thailand,
CYNTHIA JOY TICHENOR Pi Beta Phi Orlando,
FRANK A. TICHENOR, JR. Kappa Sigma Lake Park,
REX WALLACE TIDWELL Cantonment,
JIMMY KING TILLMAN Ocala,
HARRY PAUL TILSON Bonifay,
WILLIAM E. TODD, JR. Kappa Sigma Tampa, 3
ANN TOMLINSON Alpha Delta Pi Metter, Ga., 1
ADA LEIGH WALL Alpha Chi Omega Jacksonville, 3
EDITH 0. WALL Phi Mu Jackson, Mississippi, 3
MARY JANE WALLACE Kappa Delta Pensacola, 1
JUDY K. WALTERS Lutz, 2
LAURIE ANNETTE WARD Port St. Joseph, 2
SYLVIA ANN WARD Alpha Chi Omega Jacksonville, 2
JOHN L. WARING Madison, 3
OLIVIA MURRAY WARLEY Zeta Tau Alpha ... Charlotte, N. C, 2
BARBARA MARY TONEY Jacksonville, 3
MARGARET FAYE TONEY Jacksonville, 1
GLEN ERWIN TOWNSEND Battle Creek, Mich., 2
JACQUE TROMMELL Tallahassee, 2
JANET ELIZABETH TRASK , 1
HELEN VIRGINIA TRAYLOR Pi Beta Phi Orlando, 1
PEGGY JANE TRENSCH Indian Rocks Beach, I
BEVERLY JANE TRIPLETT Miami, 1
ROBERTA JOY WARREN Jacksonville, 1
GAIL WATERMAN Gamma Phi Beta Tallahassee, 3
GWENDOLYN AMARYLLIS WATERS Alpha Gamma Delta Charlotte,
N. C, 1
JUDITH KAY WATKINS Lakeland, 1
RICHARD W. WATKINS St. Petersburg, 3
BARBARA ANN WATSON Alpha Gamma Delta Pensaloca, 3
JUDITH WATSON Wildwood, 1
MARTHA B. WATSON Delta Delta Delta Atlanta, Ga., 1
GEORGE RICHARD TROENDLE Apopka, 2
NORMAN RANDLOPH TROUSDELL Lambda Chi Alpha Warwich, Va. 1
DAVID R. TUNSTALL Joliet, III, 1
ALICE C. TURNBULL Sigma Kappa Tallahassee, 3
FRANKIE JOANNE TURNER . DeFuniak Springs, 2
JANET YVONNE TURNER Ft. Lauderdale, 1
NANCY ANN TURNER Panama City, 1
PATRICIA ANN TURNER Orlando,!
RANDOLPH COLEMAN WAY Belle Glade, 1
MARTHA LATTY WEAR Townsend, Tennessee, 1
LENITTA GAYLE WEAVER Pi Beta Phi Jacksonville, 1
MARY ANN WEAVER Bristol, 2
CAROLYN SUZANNE WEBB Miami, 1
JUDITH ANN WEBB Hialeah, 1
NORA EARLINE WELCH Alpha Delta Pi Tallahassee, 2
MARY CHANDLER WELLS Alpha Omicron Pi Clearwater, 2
PATRICIA JEAN TURPIN Miami, 3
MARY LOU TUTHILL St. Petersburg, 3
RACHEL L. TYLER Miami Springs, 2
MATRYO JANE TYREE Chi Omega Arcadia, 1
EMILY B. UMSTEAD Delta Gamma Tallahassee,3
ROBERT LEE UMSTEAD Sigma Phi Epsilon Tallahassee, 3
HARRIET MALINDA UNDERWOOD Alpha Omicron Pi Atlanta, Ga. 1
SONDRA SUE UNDERWOOD Delta Zeta Ozona, 2
SARAH JANE UPP Chi Omega Gainesville, 2
ELIZABETH ANN VAN ARSDALL Ft. Lauderdale, 1
NANCY L. VAN CLEVE Atlanta, Ga.,3
JO ANN VANNUS Ft. Lauderdale,!
JAMES ANTOW VERMOCH Hollyvi^ood, III. 3
GEORGE HEPPELY VERSPRILLE Norfolk Virginia, 1
JUDITH NAN VETTER Coral Gables, 1
MARTHA ANTOINETTE VERVERKA Panama City, !
MARY ANN VICKERY Kappa Alpha Theta Daytona Beach, 1
JONI VINCENTI Alpha Delta Pi Mt. Dora, 2
ANDREA VIRGINIA VOGLER Orlando,!
KITTY ROGERS WADE Pi Beta Phi Miami, 1
ESTHER GRACE WALDEN Clarksville, 3
LAVEON AUSTIN WALDEN Panama City, !
DIANE SUE WALKER Kappa Delta Lakeland, !
KAREN LUCILLE WALKER Palmetto, 1
Field trip! I should have joined the infantry.
THOMAS HOWARD WELLS Phi Delta Theta Tallahassee, 3
ANN WELSCH Delta Zeta Pompano Beach, 3
JULIA ANNE WELSH Clermont, 2
SANDRA KAY WENTZ St. Petersburg, 2
LOU ANN WESLEY Alpha Gamma Delta Tallahassee, 2
BEATRICE HELEN WEST Key West, 2
DAVE WEST Orlando, 2
PATT WEST Orlando, 3
PATRICIA JUNE WINTERS Tampa, 1
WILLIAM EUGENE WISE Lambda Chi Alpha Palatl<a, 3
MARILYN JOY WISEHEART Pi Beta Phi Miami Shores, 3
GWEN ELLEN WOFFORD Gainesville, Ga. 1
ROBERT WOLFENBARGER Delta Tau Delta Homestead, 3
JOYCE SANDRA WOLFGANG Tampa, 1
MARTHA JANE WOOD Miami, 1
RONALD ALLEN WOOD Tallahassee, 2
WILLIAM ANTHONY WESTENDICK Tallahassee, 2
ELAINE F. WETZEL Alpha Chi Omega Orlando, 2
DIANE JANE WEXLER Madison, 3
BETTY WHEELER Tallahassee, 1
HELEN LESTER WHEELER Kappa Alpha Theta.. Arlington Va., 3
PATRICIA ANN WHILDEN Ocala, 1
SALLY MARCELLA WHISENANT Phi Mu Palmetto, 2
BOBBY CARLTON WHITE Pi Kappa Phi Canal Point, 2
SUSAN WOOD Vero Beach, 3
BETTY JEAN WOODHAM Alpha Omicron Pi Chipley, 3
ELIZABETH MIZELLE WOODRUFF Pi Beta Phi Sanford, 2
LINDA KAY WOODS Gamma Phi Beta Jacksonville, ]
NANCY VIRGINIA WORRAL Zeta Tau Alpha . . Ft. Walton Beach, 3
MARTHA KAY WRIGHT Pi Beta Phi Decatur, Ga., 1
PATRICIA DAVIS WRIGHT Alpha Chi Omega Tallahassee, 3
WILLIAM WARREN WRIGHT St, Petersburg, 3
MIKI K. YODER Sarasota, 2
DON ALAN WHITEHEAD Phi Delta Theta Tallahassee, 3
JACK GERALD WHITEHOUSE Miami, 3
PEGGY CYNTHIA WHITTIER Vero Beach, 2
MARGARET FRANCES WHITTLE Havana, 2
SUE FRANCIS WIGHT Tallahassee, 1
MARTHA WILDER Phi Mu Jacksonville, 2
MARY JANE WILL Kappa Delta Calgary, Alberta, Canada, 2
MARLENE LOLA WILLETT Miami, 1
BARBARA YOUMANS Zeta Tau Alpha Tifton, Ga., 1
GEORGE W. YOUNG Ft. Lauderdale, 3
NANCY ANNE YOUNG Ft. Lauderdale, 1
SUZANNE GAIL YOUNG Venice,!
WILLIAM E. YOUNG Jasper, 2
DAVID T. YOUNGBLOOD Pi Kappa Tau Montrose, Penn., 3
DON ZAGER Theta Chi Jacksonville, 1
LeVONNE VERA ZESS Moultrie, Ga., 1
MARYLYN ZIBELL Decatur, Ga. ]
ANGELA WILLIAMS Delta Beta Warner Robins, 2
BOBBIE JEAN WILLIAMS Tallahassee, 2
CAROLE FRANKLIN WILLIAMS Alpha Gamma Delta, Waycross, Ga., 1
CHARLES DONALD WILLIAMS Branford, 1
HERMAN EDISON WILLIAMS Pensacola, 3
LINDA LOU WILLIAMS Alpha Gamma Delta Pensacola, 1
LYNNE HURT WILLIAMS Pi Beta Phi Jacksonville, 1
NOLA MAUREEN WILLIAMS Monticello, 1
REBECCA JANE WILLIAMS Chipley, 1
SANDRA JEAN WILLIAMS Alpha Gamma Delta .... Avon Park, 2
VELLA JEAN WILLIAMS Griffin, Ga., 2
PHYLIS WILLIAMSON Alpha Xi Delta Wildw/ood, 1
BARRY SCOTT WILLIS Manchester, Ga., 1
JUDY ANNE WILLIS Greenville, S. C, 1
MYRON EUGENE WILLIS Maitland, 1
ROD WILLIS Milton, 2
ARTHUR WINTER WILLITS Sigma Nu Daytona Beach, 3
BRENDA JEAN WILSON St. Petersburg, 2
EMILY LOUISE WILSON Largo, 2
LAURA VIRGINIA WILSON Chi Omega Bartov*/, 1
MARY ELINOR WILSON Umatilla, 3
RACHAEL LERABETH WIMBERLE Port St. Joe, 2
MARION ATLANTA WINCHESTER Boynton Beach, 1
FRANCES GAIL WINSTEAD Jacksonville, 1
Of course the courts are empty — the crowd doesn't get here til sun up.
WILLIAMS, C. F.
WILLIAMS, C. D.
WILLIAMS, L. L.
WILLIAMS, L. H.
Panhellenic, I.F.C., Sororities, Fraternities
Left to Right: B. Hutchins, B. Swigert, J. Davis, D. Schwartz, H. Arrington, P. Kemblowski, J. Morris, President H.
Smith, IFC Counselor, P. Hunt, S. Elam, Dr. Ramsden, T. Bruckmon, L. Corruth, D. Morris, S. Westbrook, J. Webb.
President John Morris
Vice President James Davis
Secretary Lloyd Carruth
Treasurer Robert Hutchens
On the FSU Campus there are fifteen national frater-
nities. The Inter-Fraternity Council, composed of repre-
sentatives from all the fraternities acts as a governing
body. It administers rules governing rushing, pledging,
initiations, and the general deportment of fraternities
on campus. The council encourages scholastic achieve-
ment, cooperation among the various groups, and con-
ducts its affairs in the best interest of the University.
In the Spring, IFC held its annual weekend which in-
cluded a banquet, group meetings for the officers of the
different fraternities, and sports events among the vari-
ous chapters. Climaxing the weekend's activities was the
IFC formal dance, at which the new IFC queen and her
court were presented.
The Panhellenic Council is composed of representa-
tives from the sixteen sororities and functions as a gov-
erning body for all sorority activities. The goal of the
council is to foster cooperation among sororities in work-
ing to^.vard the maintenance of college ideals and stand-
ards. Among the achievements of the council this year
were the unusually high overall sorority scholastic av-
A Pan-Hellenic Workshop was held in the Fall which
included seminars and discussion groups among the
various sororities. Suggestions were made concerning
new rush policies, and the possibility of a new sorority
at FSU was discussed.
On the social scene, the Council sponsored Pan-Hel
Weekend in December which was highlighted by a
formal dance, and the presentation of the Delta Tau
Delta Sorority of the Year Award to Kappa Alpha Theta.
"Operation Denise" was a major philanthropic proj-
ect, endeavoring to moke the final weeks of a six year
old girl's life enjoyable ones. Toys and money were col-
lected and sent to the tiny leukemia victim at Christ-
President Ann Kelly
Secretary Barbara Thackson
Treasurer Maiei Hinson
Honor Court Chairman Jan Kaminis
Seated: Jan Kaminis, Lynn Brinson, Patti Marley, Kathy Power, Pot Manning, Ramelle Ellis. Standing: Ann Kelly,
President, Susan Kirkconnell, Kate Ramsey, Betty Ann McGowan, Susie Dahlhouse, Bunny Swanson, Barbara Metzer,
Dean O'Sullivan, Nancy Heacock. Not Pictured: Layte Bowden.
ALPHA CHI OMEGA
ALPHA CHI OMEGA
Missing: One Mail Box and One Door Knocker!
The second year for AChiO in the Big White House has been
an eventful one. Mrs. Neva Schreck was welcomed as the new
housemother, and she joined the AChiO's in a successful rush
season followed by a hectic schedule all year long. Alpha Chi's
contributed members to Cornet Key, Senate, Honor Court, Alpha
Lambda Delta, Sigma Alpha Iota, and other organizations.
Peanuts invaded the chapter for Homecoming, with Lucy,
Snoopy, Charlie Brown and lots of "Cood Grief" combining to
make an original and clever decoration.
Long live the pledge class: Hera Day, and the needy people . . .
The Easter Egg Tree for the Tuberculosis Hospital . . . Carnation
Ball . . . White Formats on the Balcony.
Allen, Jackie; Anderson, Jan; Baker, Lois; Balliette, Margaret; Boumgartner,
Barbara; Black, Nettie; Bradfield, Jeri; Covin, Lynnie; Cole, Maxine; Costin,
Martha; Cuppet, Carolyn; Curtis, Barbara; Dolehouse, Susan; Drunagei, Anne;
Dunn, June; Dunn, Suzanne; Graham, Louise; Hannon, Maxine; Hodges, Betty;
Howard, Jackie; Ingram, Mary; Jackson, Merry June; Jacob, Janet; Jacob, Jean;
Johnson, Barbara Jean; Jones, Nancy; Kovas, Frances; Logue, Carolyn; McKenzie,
Julie; Maduras, Anita; Mortino, Joan; Mossey, Emily Sue; Parker, Kothryn;
Strock, Susan; Taylor, Kay; Wall, Ada Leigh; Wiest, Judy; Woolson, Cynthia;
Wright, Bobbie Jean; Yon, Ann.
Baker, Barbara; Ballou, Merle; Brannon, Patricia; Caswell, Laura; Clements, Ann;
Crowder, Linda; Harris, Yolanda; Henderson, Nancy; Hobkirk, Joyne; Hobbs,
Jacquelyn; Hood, Wanda; Hyers, Elaine; Moos, Carol; Mac Nichols, Marianne;
Miller, Sylvia; Mills, B. J.; Othen, Carol; Pekks, Drino; Reeves, Carolyn; Roberts,
Linda; Rosseau, Sylvia; Sorodio, Harriet; Simmons, Barbara Lee; Vance, Mary;
Warren, Roberta; Wells, Janet; Wierk, Peggy; Yovornik, Judith.
PRESIDENT ADA LEIGH WALL
FIRST VICE-PRESIDENT, MAXINE HANNON
SECOND VICE-PRESIDENT JERI BRADFIELD
TREASURER ANNE DRUNAGEL
ALPHA DELTA PI
ALPHA DELTA PI
"Snorkel" time at the ADPi House finds mass confusion as it
becomes known at 7 a.m. that a certin someone was pinned the
night before; as the famous composer sings these memorable tunes
while the faint roar of "Red Russia" prevails. In due time the
question — -"Remember the night behind the Green Door?" which
is dro^A'ned out by a screech from number one psycho case. Water
filters through the plaster as the seniors are saturated, panic re-
sults when buzzers go wild — "Who's it for?" — The answer:
Overheard were — Ham and sweet potatoes — How will I ever
make 750 pledge points-' — Is this socially acceptable? — Yea,
she's the one with a wart on her nose. — He's really cool.
Inevitable sights — a car-type bug partially owned by two un-
inhibited ADPi's, black coffee, a blissful four sporting the rings,
and the eternal fraternity pins.
ADPi points with pride to a winning float in the Homecoming
parade ... a second in house decorations . . . the gavel holder of
Freshman Flunkies . . . the circus members . . . Cotillion members
. . . intramurals trophies . . . politicians as secretary of the Junior
Class, Women's Senator . . . Theta Chi Sweetheart . . . Village
Vamps . . . Gymkana court member and new housemother, Mrs.
Flora Hudson. A toast for another winning year.
Banning, Martha Ann; Brinson, Lynn; Bryan, Chris; Conner, Kay; Dvorak, Nancy;
Eleves, Gay; Faircloth, Ann; Frazier, Leslie; Green, Cynthia; Grubbs, Mary Hill;
Hackett, Patricio; Hughes, Eleanor; Kilner, Kitty; King, Betty Lou; Korst, Susan;
Mathers, Genevieve; MeGohee, Jane; Mickler, Helen; Plummer, Bobbie; Ragans,
Jean; Shaw, Leewood; Stokes, Billie; Strickland, Burelle; Trapneli, Gail; Tyson,
Joan; Vincenti, Joni; Welch, Eorline; Williams, Dianne; Woodberg, Helen.
Barnes, Lou Ann; Bedell, Martha; Brannen, Margaret; Bregger, Margaret; Brooks,
Naomi; Culpepper, Betty Jean; Ellis, Beverly; Evans, Judy; Fripp, Nancy; Gaff,
Dee Dee; Garcia, Trudy; Grady, Georgane; Hampton, Martha Ann; Harrell, Iro-
gene; Hatcher, Sue; Hughes, Solly; Hunt, Barbara; Gilliam, Jean; Irwin, Sylvia;
Mac Kenzie, Virginia; Miles, Alice; Murray, Marsha; Rogers, Sandra; Shanks,
Marilyn; Sistrunk, Carolyn; Smith, Judy; Smith, Mary Janice; Strickland, Ruth;
Tomlinson, Ann; Toth, Mary Louise; Woodbery, Mary Dale.
PRESIDENT CHRISTINE BRYAN
VICE PRESIDENT JEAN REGANS
SECRETARY LESLIE FRAZIER
TREASURER BETTY LOU KING
ALPHA GAMMA DELTA
ALPHA GAMMA DELTA
One-Two-Three-Four . . . One . . . Two . . . No, it isn't the band,
it isn't even a dancing class. It's the Alpha Cams out to reduce!
The calorie craze took the chapter by storm, and there were many
laughs, even if few waistlines were thinned.
Outside the house. Alpha Cams served as Secretary of Activities,
members of Mortor Board, Tarpon, Women's F Club, Fashion In-
stitute, Circus, Band, and Jackie Haley was Head Majorette.
As if FSU honors weren't enough, the Alpha Cams went on to
win a national award at their National Convention at Coronado,
California as the chapter of Alpha Comma Delta with the highest
scholarship in the country. In addition. National awarded the FSU
chapter the award as the chapter most outstanding in campus
activities. This is the first time that one chapter has won both
The Soap Box Derby, held with the Phi Delts, earned the contri-
bution to Campus Chest. An Easter Egg Hunt was held in the Spring
for underprivileged children of the Tallahassee area.
Francine Coffey, a transfer to FSU, was a princess in the Orange
Bowl Pageant on New Year's Day in Miami.
The Hernando's Hideaway Party held in the fall in honor of
the pledges, was a howling success. But the Party at the Reserva-
tion after initiation had a few pitfalls . . . what did happen to the
water, anyway? And, where did those Sigma Chi's come from?
Barnett, Mary Sue; Bird, Jacqueline Ann; Bivens, Nancy Lee; Bowen, Mary;
Bunting, Judy; Calhoun, Ethel; Carlson, Sally Lou; Coffey, Francine; Davis,
Dianne; Elder, Lorna; Emmett, Barbara; Frazier, Martha; Gates, Ann; Griffin,
Carolyn; Gunderson, Stephanie; Hager, Elinor; Hailey, Jackie; Hollins, Patricia;
Hommer, Sylvia; Howe, Rhoda; Jopling, Emily; Jordan, Key; Kearson, Sylvia;
Krisler, Barbara; Lambrecht, Carol; Lassiter, Mary Ann; Leto, Donna; Lewis,
Fedora; MacKenzie, Beverly; McAteer, Gery Linda; McKnight, Jo Ellen; Phillips,
Emily; Power, Kathleen; Reesmon, Deese; Reynolds, Jean; Sargent, Arlene;
Shearouse, Joan; Stocking, Joyce; Swanson, Bunny; Watson, Barbara; Wesley,
Lou Anne; Williams, Sandra.
Alonso, Angela; Bowe, Mary Lee; Collins, Dorothy; Douglas, Winnie Mae; Floyd,
Jancye; Jones, Betty; Lay, Sandra; Lindsey; Mary; Long, Teresa; McArthur, Penny;
Miller, Barbara; NeSmith, Zada; Oliver, Patty; O'Neil, Ann; Reams, Linda; Schart,
Betty Lloyd; Shearouse, Jerri; Smith, Beth; Terry, Nancy Lee; Waters, Gwen;
Wehmeir, Carol Sue; Williams, Carole; Williams, Linda.
PRESIDENT SYLVIA KEARSON
FIRST VICE-PRESIDENT JACKIE BIRD
2ND VICE-PRESIDENT MARY ANN LASSITER
SECRETARY ARLENE SARGENT
ALPHA OMICRON PI
ALPHA OMICRON PI
"AOPi One Time' "
The Red and White Banner proudly surveyed the playing field
at the Sigma Chi Derby, and watched AOPi achieve a sweeping
victory over the other sororities. Queen Rita Nelms presided over
the various athletic events, and the trophy was won. A display
of spirit and cooperation also retired the Ugly Man Trophy this
AOPi's served their campus in Garnet Key, Circus, Student
Government, Sophomore Council, Junior Council, Gamma Alpha
Chi, Sigma Alpha Iota, Alpha Lambda Delta, and various religious
Next year the AOPi's hope to have a new house, but you'd have
to admit, rushing at the Kappa Sig House was fun. Other social
highlights were a Christmas party for needy children, an Easter
Party for children given with the Delts, the Pledge Banquet at the
Silver Slipper, and AOPi Weekend. Bob Lansford gallantly served
as Man of the Year and the AOPi housemother completed her
tenth year with the FSU chapter.
The Homecoming theme: "Around the World in 80 Days" indi-
cates the spirit of the red and white for 1957-58.
AO(cutie) Pi's: Captain Martha Hall and her portrait . . . this
ole house . . . pedigree . . . Ann Mc's pony tail . . . Leomen the
demon . . . the scholarship file . . . Thursday night suppers minus
the buffet . . . Sally's laugh.
Barnes, Priscilla; Barnett, Mary; Bilinski, Ella Jo; Blummer, Sharon; Brinkley,
Linda; Burks, Barbara; Card, Barbara Jean; Chase, Valerie; Davis, Carolyn;
Fury, Pat; Gardner, Gayle; Garrett, Gwen; Greene, Meg; Guilford, Sue; Hall,
Martha; Hancock, Sandra; Harris, Shirley; Hudgins, Nancy; Jones, Dagmar;
Kienzle, Roberta, M.; King, Barbara; Kuster, Lois; Lomaistro, Evelyn; Leap,
Carol; Leiman, Patsy; McConnell, Ann; Martin, Lucille; Maxwell, Charlotte;
Meltzer, Gloria; Morgan, Sally Lou; Murray, Yancy; Nelms, Rita; Paonessa,
Shirley; Pippin, Johnnie; Rachels, Hope; Ruffin, Ann; Skacil, Ruth; Schmidt, Liz;
Smith, Jo Ann; Stewart, Martha; Thompson, Gretchen; Warner, Pat; Wells, Mary;
Woodham, Betty; Woods, Joan; White, Nancy; Ziel, Winona.
Bortlett, Gretchen; Belts, Mary; Buckley, Judy; Burks, Jane; Cellon, Nancy;
Clark, Carolyn; Duff, Janet; Gavelak, Jackie; Eichenger, Margie; Harris, Lynette;
Hunz, Marlene; Humphries, Margaret; Joanos, Eva; Lucas, Delores; Martin,
Louise; Nuber, Susan; Underwood, Harriet; Williams, Bettye Jean.
PRESIDENT MARTHA HALL
VICE-PRESIDENT PRISCILLA BARNES
RECORDING SECRETARY __ ELLA JO BILINSKI
TREASURER GAYLE GARDNER
ALPHA XI DELTA
ALPHA Xt DELTA
The "active Alpha Xi's" spent a busy year, contributing to all
phases of campus life. Jan Kaminis as Vice President of the Student
Body presided over the Senate, where three other Alpha Xi's held
Senate chairs. Other activities included Circus, Sophomore Coun-
cil, Flambeau, Garnet Key, Who's Who, Tarpon, Mortar Board,
Mortified, Alpha Omega Delta, Kappa Delta Pi, Phi Chi Theta,
Tau Beta Sigma, Comma Alpha Chi, various religious groups, and
Alpha Xi captured the inter-sorority bowling trophy, and v/on
first place in the Homecoming Skit Competition. Beauties reigned
as Queen of the Kappa Sigmo's Snowball Formal, and as a member
of the Homecoming Court.
The pledge class gave a Thanksgiving Party for the actives, and
presented the chapter with a Borbeque Pit for outdoor parties. A
Christmas Party for underprivileged children given with the Delts,
a Circus Combo, Square Dance during Pon-Hel weekend, and
Alpha Xi weekend highlighted by the Rose Formal are further
evidences of a gay and profitable year.
Overheard: Let's get organized . . . You Toad ... He was a
Gnome . . . We need a Fourth for bridge . . . That's weak . . . Any-
one for a coffee break . . . Out of order . . . Madge and Steph's
Abney, Charlotte; Albert, Mary Jane; Ashmore, Roberta; Atkinson, Betty Jean;
Baird, Patricia; Bell, Carolyn; Bell, Mary; Bird, Willa; Boyd, Jakie; Broderick,
Linda; Bryan, Vieva; Dickson, Maureen; Emmet, Dorothy; Evans, Barbara; Fraser,
Nancy; George, Molly; Gomez, Nita; Gipson, Sandra; Grant, Audrey; Highnam,
Solly; Irvin, Eleanore; Johnson, Airelou; Johnson, Merle; Kaminis, Jan; Keels,
Carol; Keltz, Joanne; Lay, Carolyn; Lay, Myro Ann; Manning, Pat; Nelson,
Gail; Powell, Stephanie; Puryear, Gerry; Rowe, Lenoro; Scarborough, Joyce;
Sims, Joyce; Strain, Madge, Thomas, Doreen; Webb, Celeste; Welsh, Beverly;
White, Amelia; Yeoman, Dot.
Atler, Betty; Davis, Martha; De Fore, Nancy; Deloney, Mary Ann; Duke, Sue
Carol; Folconnier, Donna; Fenner, Barbara; Foard, Dionne; Hall, Frances; Hen-
dricks, Betsy; Husty, Yolondo; Inscho, Shirley; Lindley, Dot; Monoghom' Mary
Ann; Nucholls, Joyce; Powell, Mary; Roberts, Mary Alma; Roessler, Kay; Sharpe,
Betsy; Stokesberry, Linda; Torleton, Elaine; Upchurch, Nancy; Ververko,' Martha;
PRESIDENT JAN KAMINIS
VICE-PRESIDENT CAROL KEELS
RECORDING SECRETARY . ELEANORE IRVIN
TREASURER AMELIA WHITE
JOHNSON, M. J
THOMAS, M. S^
TIDE has turned-
LUX with us-
FSU DUZ it again-
The Chi O's displayed their originality and school spirit in this
unique homecoming display, and for a skit showed Eloise, the
chapter favorite, introducing new President Strozier to the campus.
On the beauty scene, Chi Omega was represented four times
on the Gymkana Court, on the Miss FSU Court, The Theta Chi
Court, The KA Court at Gainesville, and supplied the Lambda Chi
Chi O's mode their presence known by their contributions to
Mortar Board, Garnet Key, Sophomore Council, Sophomore Traffic
Court, Religious groups, and Chairman of Judiciary, in the form of
Fraternity parties, the charity party at Christmas with the Theta
Chi's, the Retreat in May, and Chi O Weekend, which features the
Owl Man (the boy who has done the most for the sorority during
the year) highlighted the season's social calendar.
Anderson, Mary Lou; Andrews, Mary Margaret; Brewton, Elaine; Bryson, Judy;
Douglass, Martha; Foss, Jan Hinson; Fowler, Nancy; Grizzard, Martha; Hagar,
Toni; Hall, Helen; Haugabook, Joan; Hendry, Pat; Hufford, Kay; Johnson,
Madeline; Johnson, Mary Jane; Kane, Karen; Key, Ann; Laurent, Beverly; Law-
rence, Jane; McCartney, Barbara; Martin, Merideth; Moody, Julie; Patton,
Barbara; Ramsey, Judy; Reynolds, Rochille; Rhodes, Sandra; Robertson, Betsy;
Robertson, Verna Lee; Rose, Cheryl; Sale, Mary; Snare, Sally; Starry, Lee; Tap-
ley, Bonnie; Thomas, Margaret; Thomas, Mary Sue; Thomas, Ted; Trimble, Jane;
Upp, Sarah Jane; Ward, Mary Jane; Walker, Patty.
Anderson, Rosalyn; Ball, Dana; Breese, Susan; Buce, Mary Catherine; Bucklew,
Betty; Cayce, Joan; Clarke, Marian; Copeland, Willou; Corbly, Lynn; Coldwell,
Sheila; Dorman, Carole; Hannah, Peg; Hall, Lynn; Hobbs, Linda; Johnson, Anne;
Johnson, Martha; McDowell, Julie; McWhirter, Gayle; McWhirter, Sandy; Mathir,
Mary; Packler, Patty; Robinson, Bonnie; Tebault, Beth, Twitty, Sally; Tyree, Jane;
PRESIDENT BARBARA McCARTNEY
VICE-PRESIDENT JAN FOSS
SECRETARY MARY JANE JOHNSON
TREASURER NANCY FOWLER
BROWN, C. A.
BROWN, C. L.
DELTA DELTA DELTA
DELTA DELTA DELTA
The Tri Delts supplied many FSU beauties this year, as Barbara
Bishop served as a member of the Homecoming Court and Miss
Football, Kay McClain was elected Citrus Queen and a member
of the Maid of Cotton Court, and numerous DDD's graced the
On the serious side, chapter projects included a Christmas party
for their maids' children. Each year one of the children, Delta
Ann, is dressed in silver, gold and blue, the Tri-Delt colors, and
honored at the party. Other philanthropic endeavors ore an annual
Easter Egg Hunt for the alums' children, and the presentation of
a scholarship to a deserving FSU student.
-__You Should Have Seen Dept: Cay Cranford as Cleopatra . . . the
measles epidemic for Tri Delt weekend . . . the blazing totem pole
. . . Ice skating on the terrace . . . the sleepwalker . . . the weight
lifter . . . Vicki running from the pig in the Sigma Chi Derby.
Tri Delts served as Vice Presidents of Landis and Bryan, Presi-
dent of Gamma Alpha Chi, and June Lassister was the recipient of
the Home Economics Scholastic Award.
Allen, Judith Ann; Benedict, Mary Ann; Bishop, Barbara; Brantley, Beverly;
Brown, Beverly; Brown, Carol Ann; Burns, Sandra; Calhoun, Sandra; Catron, Ellen;
Clardy, Sara; Cleary, Betty; Coleman, Mary Ann; Colley, Lynn; Connell, Anne;
Dekle, Judy; Dye, Ann; Felburg, Susan; Fisher, Chris; Fisher, Suzie; Frick, Ann;
Gryder, Cathy; Herrington, Carieen; Harvard, Rebecca; Henry, Diane; Hume,
Matilda; King, Judy; Kirkconnell, Susan; Lassiter, June; Lewis, Loretto; Lewis,
Reed; Mac Lean, Kay; Malone, Joye; Mcintosh, Annette; Montgomery, Betty Ann;
Morris, Marjorie; Ott, Charlotte; Parker, Jackie; Pittman, Mary; Roth, Carol;
Ryerson, Patty; Sherman, Linda; Sinclair, Helene; Stornes, Pat; Surguine,
Mysie; Tally, Sydney; Turner, Judith; Wellen, Sara; Wright, Peggy; Yde,
Allen, Elizabeth; Brown, Connie Lou; Cranford, Catherine; Davidson, Mary Jane;
Gruel, Sharon; Harlan, TonI; Helbing, Marion; Hester, Goyle; Hopkins, Jane;
Hunt, Carolyn; James, Virginia; Kennedy, Dovie; Lebo, Helen; Megathlin, Mary
Karen; Moore, Elizabeth; Parker, Judith; Preston, Judith; Sample, Susan; Sands,
Mary; Scarborough, Harriett; Travis, Mary Ann; Watson, Martha.
PRESIDENT SARA WELLEN
VICE-PRESIDENT ^ ___. MARY ANN COLEMAN
SECRETARY NANTS HARVARD
TREASURER JUNE LASSITER
Second semester found the Delta Comm's ready to move into
their beautiful new, red brick modern-colonial house on the corner.
Due to the hazards of Fullers' earth, there was a wait. After several
semesters of makeshift living, everyone agreed that it will be a
welcome change when the DCs have a home of their own.
Homecoming found the DCs not seeing, but riding a Pink Ele-
phant. Rachel Arbuhtnot rode the huge float in the parade, and
FSU in general was "tickled pink".
For their contribution to the Campus Chest Fund, the DCs
teamed with the Pikes to sponsor the Joe College-Betty Co-Ed
Students who are blind or partially blind are helped by the sight
conservation project. Delta Gamma's read aloud to these students,
both for academic and recreational purposes.
The pledges, bless them . . . The Halloween Party out at Camp
with the new pledges was a huge success. No, I wasn't scared,
Bridg'?, bridge and more bridge. Yes, it was a good year.
Abrams, Judith Ann; Adam, Ann; Budd, Sara; Byrd, Gail; Carson, Nancy;
Cook, Elizabeth; Coughlin, Constance; Dale, Jane; Dawson, Janet; De Cubellis,
Kay; Garrett, June; Gladding, Margery; Gladding, Sallie; Gross, Peggy Ann;
Guthrie, Adelia; Hiers, Harriet; Holroyd, Diana; Horner, Betty Foye; Ingall,
Elizabeth; Knight, Susan; Kopersh, Barbara; Lewis, Carol Jo; Lewis, Jane;
Manning, Cora; Me"tzer, Barbara; Marrow, Jon; Mueller, Barbara; Nichols, Joan;
O'Neil, Dorothy; Orr, Dian; Powell, Jane; Reeder, Mary Ann; Ritchie, Arlene;
Shives, Sue Anne; Sloppy, Suzanne; Smith, Sandra; Slang, Barbara; Thurston,
Linda; Vincent, Darlene; Willis, Sylvia.
Adams, Mary; Arbuhtnot, Rachel; Bruboker, Jean Sue; Buller, Jane; Greenwood,
Pat; Guthrie, Patsy; Heath, Martha; Hering, Phyllis; Jones, Evon; Knops, Kathy;
Markette, Sarah; Parson, Jo Margaret; Prandoni, Kathy; Spiva, Pat.
PRESIDENT KAY DE CUBELLIS
FIRST VICE-PRESIDENT SYLVIA WILLIS
2ND VICE-PRESIDENT ______ DOROTHY O'NEIL
SECRETARY GAIL BYRD
Fraught with dexterity, as ever, the Delta Zeta's demonstrated
ability to lead and to follow, with active participation in Sophomore
Council, Garnet Key, Senate, Circus, Cotillion, and various religious
DZ beauties were Sigma Nu sweetheart, Rosemary Stainback,
and members of the Delt, KA, and Delta Sigma Pi courts. A coffee
for the Homecoming Queen candidates has become an annual
event; this year the candidates were introduced to the campus
Stop that man! Three mystery men set fire to the DZ home-
coming float at three o'clock in the morning . . . but they rebuilt it
in time for the parade. Arson, anyone?
Oh, to be a fly on the wall: ... to see the contest during fire
drills to choose the girl with the most original head-dress.
Long to be remembered: "Delta Debutantes" . . . bicycle ride
out to camp and the decorated bikes . . . pledge Christmas party
. . . caroling . . . Rose Weekend.
Aront, Marilyn; Arnow, Linda; Atkins, Christine Ann; Bagdanovitch, Patricia;
Barberee, Helen; Bunker, Martha; Burnash, Patricia; Bush, Betty Jo; Conner,
Jamie; Davis Kathy; Duncan, Ann; Hamilton, June; Hankinson, Frances; Harper,
Patricia; Helms, Susan; Heyward, Polly; Hobbs, Sarah; Howard, Mary Birdie;
Janes, Jan; Jones, Elaine; Kelsey, Susan; Kennedy, Sheila; Lemmons, Patsy;
Linder, Judith; Matzat, Suzanne; McDonald, Morybeth; McGlothlin, Sandra;
Negus, Nancy; O'Stien, Martha; Parker, Liz; Poulos, Evelyn; Price, Betty Jean;
Ramsey, Kate; Rehwinkel, Reba; Rufly, Gretchen; Sapp, Cynthia; Sandusky,
Johanna Sue; Schmidt, Willa; Sheppard, Elizabeth; Shulza, Sherry; Sinclair,
Amelia; Spencer, Barbara; Stainback, Rosemary; Talley, Jeannine; Terry, Alyce;
Thackerson, Claudette; Thompson, Jean; Underwood, Sandra; Wafford, Johanna;
Warren, Sylvia Ann; Welsh, Ann; Williams, Angela; Wilson, Peggy Louise.
Alderman, Joyce; Badger, Sandra; Burgess, Roberta; Collar, Betty; Davis, Joan;
Duncan, Gail; Graham, Jeanine; Groover, Betty; Homm, Marcia; Harris, Sandra;
Humphries, Laura; Mann, Dorothy; Matthews, Sally; Offerle, Joan; Packard,
Mary; Puderbaugh, Pat; Rodriguez, Lucy; Seydel, Peggy; Sanchez, Patty; Smith,
Gayle; Trucks, Rita; Tuttle, Judy; Wright, Sandra.
PRESIDENT JUNE HAMILTON
1ST VICE-PRESIDENT KATHY DAVIS
2ND VICE PRESIDENT _. _ MARTHA BUNKER
RECORDING SECRETARY SYLVIA ANN
WRENN, B. K.
WRENN, B. S.
GAMMA PHI BETA
GAMMA PHI BETA
Who's got the Bird? After Homecoming, somebody walked off
with the huge gobbler that had been part of the Gamma Phi's
house decorations. A mildly frantic search failed to recover the
turkey so the "New Feathers for Sammy's Headress" were short
Honoraries: Phi Chi Theta, Tau Beta Sigma, Sigma Alpha Iota,
Sigma Alpha Eta, Kappa Delta Pi.
Comma Phi's on campus include members of Circus, Cotillion,
Los Picaros, Choral Union, Flambeau Staff, Band, and Sophomore
and Junior Counselors.
—-Highway going through the house? No, it only looked that way —
some joker planted red construction lights in front of the manse —
just for fun, of course.
Some other jokers, presumably sisters all, painted "Gamma Phi
Beta" in big Creek letters on the sidewalks in front of many a
frat house. It pays to advertise!
Adams, Nancy; Boncker, Dorothy; Bourn, Morion; Binder, Sandra; Brooks, Bar-
bara; Clow, Betty; Dodd, Dorothy; Edginton, Carol; Ellzey, Marjorie Ann; Emery,
Caroline; Godbold, Marjorie; Green, Betsy; Harrison, Barbara Ann; Heacock,
Nancy; Kickliter, Joyce; Nearing, Agnes; Moring, Agnes; Powell, Mary Esther;
Sanchez, Kathryn; Shaddick, Phyllis Ann; Smith, Sylvia; Stoutamire, Barbara;
Thompson, Meryl Audelle; Tomlinson, Alito Gay; Vinson, Pennie; Waterman,
Gail; Wingerter, Nancy; Wilson, Pot; Wrenn, Betty Sue.
Barr, Jane; Beland, Ardis Ann; Burt, Mary Munns; Cleveland, Betty; Gorski,
Joan; Hohn, Alice; Ireland, Helen; Johnson, Winifred; Jones, Jeanne; Kirk,
Daisy; Lupo, Alice; Maynerd, Rosalie; McMillian, Rodney; Melvin, Reda; Mims,
Sharon; Moore, Yvonne; Roberts, Sallie; Scott, Judith Ann; Spencer, Addie Lee;
Swartz, Betty Jean; Woods, Linda Kay; Wrenn, Barbara Kay; Wromblewski,
PRESIDENT KATHY SANCHEZ
VICE-PRESIDENT PAT WILSON
RECORDINC SECRETARY SYLVIA SMITH
TREASURER PHYLLIS SHADDICK
KAPPA ALPHA THETA
KAPPA ALPHA THETA
Sorority of the year! That's what the trophy says. At the Pan-
Hel Dance, Delta Tau Delta awarded their sorority of the year
trophy to the Thetos for their contribution to campus life. Other
hardware includes the scholarship cup, evidence of two consecutive
semesters top Creek scholastic standing.
FSU will be represented officially for 57-58 by Layte Bowden,
elected Miss FSU. Other Theta beauties include Linda Rollins,
Sigma Chi Sweetheart; Liz Armes on the Homecoming Court and
several members of the Cymkano Court. Thetas can be found out
on Campus serving on Judiciary, Flambeau Staff, Mortar Board,
Cornet Key, Who's Who, and Dormitory Presidents. Torchy Briscoe
was elected to the Hall of Fame and Jeani Kitchens was president
of Village Vamps.
Scene of many good parties and TV watching was the "Little
Hut", the Theta Annex. The house was purchased by the alums as
a place for recreation and informal entertaining.
Highlight of the social season was Theta Weekend in March.
KAT's and their dates spent Saturday at Panama City.
Mrs. H. P. Reeves of Lakeland was welcomed as the new house-
mother. She rapidly proved herself mistress of all situations, includ-
ing a fire in the boiler room and a dead duck thrown inside of
the front door.
Theta Data . . . The serenade in the snow . . . 6:00 a.m. bridge
games . . . the missing mail box . . . the FSU roadrunners . . . Day-
tona Beach between semesters . . . "roll your stars over" . . . old
spice sachet from the pledges . . . Pablo Amato on the bass and
spoons . . . Legend has it . . . it was a great year.
Amato, Helen; Armes, Liz; Ashby, Florence; Atwater, Polly; Boll, Kotherine;
Bertolette, Barbara; Bodine, Carol Ann; Bowden, Layte; Bowers, Nancy Jo;
Bragdon, Ann; Brown, Glenda; Brown, Norma; Briscoe, Glenda; Bryon, Jean;
Carr, Lorna Doone; Cheek, Laura; Desmond, Kay; Fernandez, Betty; Francescon,
Regina; Gunderson, Sue; Haverstick, Sue; Hendrix, Barbara; Muggins, Donna;
Ingram, Julie; Kelley, Nelia; Kitchens, Jeanni; Little, Barbara Jean; Manda,
Nellie; Mason, Tudi; Mickler, Patricia; Milam, Julie; Moore, Arva; Morris,
Evie; Morton, Dorothy; Muller, Nancy; Murphy, Pat; Oexle, Nancy; Peacock,
Mary Louise; Perkins, Beverly; Perkins, Timmie; Pinckard, Desse; Privett, Rowena;
Ready, Kay; Roberts, Mary Beth; Rollins, Linda; Rosenberg, Sandra; Sauls,
Beverly Sue; Sears, Sandra; Stearns, Patsy; Stecker, Jackie; Sterling, Faith; Teare,
Maralyn; Thompson, Carol; Wheeler, Helen; Williams, Ann.
Barry, Bonnie; Bennett, Barbara; Davis, Dorthea; Duke, Marycelle; Fain, Abigail;
Ferriss, Shirley; Garnett, Rita; Garwood, Sue; Gross, Nancy; Guinand, Motile;
Hobbs, Natilie; Johnson, Mary Ellen; Magnell, Judy; McBride, Terry; Mosley,
Sandra; NeSmith, Martha Lee; Parks, Bebe; Potter, Linda; Roberts, June; Talley,
Marianne; Taylor, Grace; Vickery, Mary Ann.
PRESIDENT BARBARA HENDRIX
VICE-PRESIDENT JEANI KITCHENS
SECRETARY NELLA KELLEY
TREASURER BARBARA JEAN LITTLE
_.„. "Excuse me, ma'm, but I'm working my way through college. . ."
The KD's were awarded a prize for being the chapter with the
highest magazine sales at their National Convention at St. Louis.
Delegates were Betty Sue Graham and Barbara Jones.
Four KD senators were active this year — sisters also held respon-
sible positions in Village Vamps, Judiciary, Circus, and Theater
Dance. Two KD's were members of the Cymkana Court — Jenny
Zipperer and Marilyn Harris — and President of ACE was Diane
On the light side: the Pledge-Active Halloween Party and the
annual Christmas Party, the spaghetti supper and the annual
Easter Egg Hunt for the Alums' children.
Second place for originality in the Homecoming Float contest
went to KD for their covered wagon. It took the efforts of the
Tallahassee Police Force to erect the House Decorations — Who
called the cops?
Andrews, Martha McGinnis; Arnold, Linda; Arnold, Rhoda; Belvin, Elaine; Bruce,
Patty; Chambliss, Judy; Davis, Hope; Davis, Kay; Edwards, Mary Louise;
Fraleigh, Nancy Lou; Getzen, Janey; Graham, Betty Sue; Graham, Ginger;
Harris, Marilyn; Hall, Kay; Hearn, Francis; Hicks, Gail; Holder, Carolyn; Key,
Nancy; Latimer, Diane; Lee, Geoffrey; Lloyd, Kay; Marley, Patty; Mason, Marilyn;
McCleod, Jean; Newberry, Lise; Pitts, Aurelia; Roberts, Gail; Rogers, Beverly;
Shepard, Patti Rae; Steagall, Diane; Stoker, Mimi; Stuart, Sandra; Thompson,
Jean; Townley, Francis; Tyler, Susie; Will, Mary Jane; Williams Jennie Lind.
Anderson, Elinor; Askew, Ann; Barcus, Carol; Borrineau, Lois Ann; Beck, Karen
Sue; Bevis, Janet; Bevis, Suzanne; Black, Edna; Blondheim, Jo Lee; Bolton, Betty
Flynn, Sandra; Golson, Joan, Gonzalez, Rhoda; Hobbs, Jo Ann; Jones, Barbara
Kapp, Marbeth; Kendrick, Linda; Kirby, Mirth; Leonhart, Gerry; Liddon, Solly
Martin, Cecilia; O'Neal, Sylvia; Seaborn, Mary Ann; Sherill, Becky; Thornall,
Alyce; Thurmond, Patti; Walker, Dianne; Wallace, Jane; Zipperer, Jennie.
PRESIDENT BETTY SUE GRAHAM
VICE-PRESIDENT DIANE LATIMER
SECRETARY JENNIE LIND WILLIAMS
TREASURER ELAINE BELVIN
The direct approach is best, just ask the Phi Mu's . . . When
they choose "Mad" comics as the theme for their Homecoming
Decorations, they decided to clear it with "Mad" before proceed-
ing. "Mod's" answer: "Send us a picture after it's all lit up — or
better yet, send us a picture of your girls when they're all lit up."
For the second straight year . . . Phi Mu has "Ugliest Woman on
Campus". Not quite, but they did do a superb make-up job, and
retired the "Ugly Woman" Trophy. In contrast, two Phi Mu's were
members of the Miss Cymkono Court.
Pi Mu on Campus: Joycees, Sophomore Council, Circus, Thea-
ter Dance, SAI^ Tarpon, Alpha Lambda Delta, and Gamma Alpha
Community spirit prompts the toy cart sponsored by Phi Mu in
Tallahassee Memorial Hospital.
Mrs. Jim Denny, the new housemother, has been a wonderful
addition to the chapter . . . Welcome.
A jolly Christmas party given by the pledges for the actives
found Yuletide joy rife. This was especially evinced by the pledges
in their red pajamas.
Phi Mu all the time.
Ambrosini, Angela; Atkinson, Betty Jane; Briner, Carol; Campbell, Charlotte;
Carpenter, Winona; Carter, Audrey Ann; Cowart, Miriam; Cook, Clarice; Curry,
Charlotte; Elvery, Beth; English, Faye; Ferguson, Nancy; Garner, Rosemary;
Gifford, Tina; Harrison, Jean; Hunter, Jean; Ingram, Sandra; Johnson, Isobelle;
Keuling, Jayne; Lamb, Carol Ann; Leonard, Julie; Lidden, Florine; Mavis, Jane;
Maxwell, Sue Anne; Merriman, Carol; Neeley, Fran; Pennington, Mary; Perry,
Chloe; Perry, Trudie, Poyser, Sharon; Preston, Anne; Rountree, Nancy; Spruell,
Annetta; Thompson, Elinor; Tucker, Patty; Tucker, Tomora; Walker, Mollie;
Wallace, Jane; Whisenheart, Sally.
Aldrich, Sybel, All, Kathleen; Alvarez, Anita; Berry, Mary; Cowart, Frances;
Dickey, Diane; Donnor, Kay; Elvery, Anne; Ewald, Bess; Fischer, Susan; Forest,
Helen; Hartsfield, Marianne; Johnson Gynelle; Jones, Jo Ann; Lamb, Patricia;
Leeger, Linda; McCall, Patsy; Rogers, Barbara Jane; Salbey, Jane; Skipper,
Barbara; Spencer, Beverly; Wall, Edith; Wilder, Martha.
PRESIDENT CHARLOTTE CURRY
VICE-PRESIDENT JANE MAVIS
SECRETARY MOLLY WALKER
TREASURER ARDIS LIDDON
PI BETA PHI
PI BETA PHI
Girls of the Golden Arrow hold seats on Honor Court, Sophomore
Council, Flambeau Staff, Judiciary, and serve as members of Gar-
net Key, Mortified, Village Vamps, and as class officers. On the
beauty scene, Nan Chamberlain reigned as Queen of Gymkana,
and Lynn LaGrange swapped her Miss FSU Crown to serve
as this year's Homecoming Queen. The Soap Box Derby was
triumphantly won by Deanne Head as she scooted down the Col-
lege Avenue Hill in her racer.
A retreat with the pledges was a howling success — they pre-
sented "Teahouse of the Pi Phi Moon". Other Pi Phi talents: The
original Pi Phi Songs at the Christmas party; the Pi Phi Hideaway
with Jean Hoyden as Lola; "Red Wing" presented by the silly
sophomores; and McPi Phi singing the closet member's theme
song: "I Know How Ugly I Are".
P.P.P.D.S.E.S.C. : held weekly meetings at the Round-Up . . .
much fun and functioning by all. Spring found the sun worshippers
headed for the garbage cans to soak up ol' Sol.
The Salvation Army Christmas Project was the main philan-
thropic effort of the year — also at Christmas the Pi Phi's teamed
with the Thetas for a party out at Silver Lake.
Adams, Mary Noel; Browne, Nancyonne; Campbell, Mary Lou; Chamberlain,
Nan; Carey, Ivey; Cobb, Sherry; Cole, Carol; Crochett, Sharon; Culbreath, Judy;
Dixon, Malinda; Easterday, Ann; Edgar, Paula Ruth; Eissey, Barbara; Ellis,
Romeile; Finlay, Mary Ellen; Garrett, Jeanette; George, Ann; Gilham, Monty;
Glass, Becky; Goodwin, Dorothy; Griffin, Sarah Jane; Hanshaw, Linda; Hatton,
Betty; Hoyden, Jean; Head, De Anne; Jorrett, Janice; Johnson, Gloria; King,
Nancy; La Grange, Lynn; Lawrence, Cynthia; Lewis, Sara; McDougold, Carline;
Magill, Jeanne; May, Dorothy; Moss, Priscillo; Parmalee, Chris; Person, Nancy;
Phillips, Florentine; Prather, Betty; Sammons, Gale; Stewart, Patsy; Sweatt,
Eleanor; Traylor, Carol; Uhlich, Carol; Wear, Ann; Whittle, Adria Ann; Williams,
Margie; Woodruff, Elizabeth.
Blankenship, Margery; Costin, Linda; Duey, Bobbie Nell; Fergeson, Pat; Mc-
Campbell, Brenda; McMillan, Judy; Milton, Judy; Newsome, Jane; OHiphant,
Yvonne; Parmalee, Jane; Poppenger, Carol; Powers, Glenda; Shaner, Karen;
Sory, Jo Ann; Tichenor, Cynthia; Traylor, Helen; Wand, Priscillo; Weaver, Gayle;
White, Mary Jane; Williams, Lynn; Wiseheart, Marilyn; Wright, Kay.
PRESIDENT BETTY HATTON
VICE-PRESIDENT SARA JANE GRIFFIN
RECORDING SECRETARY ___ PATSY STEWART
TREASURER BETTY PRATHER
The daily morning alarm of hammers on the roof finally ceased
and the Sigma Kappas realized their dream as the new addition
was completed. Another new odidtion was the hi-fi set given to
the chapter by the seniors and pledges — to supply background
music for announcements at dinner.
It's a "House Divided" this year, with June Silloy, Secretary of
the Collegiate Party and Jackie Soud, Vice-Chairman of Student
Party, as well as several other leaders on both sides.
The Sigma Kappas captured the sorority award for the most
improvement in scholarship. Almost half of the new initiates made
the Dean's List. It's not just brains, however. Among the beauty
awards were those to Margaret Sue Hooten, Chamber of Commerce
Queen and Queen of Darlington College; Jackie Soud, Cymkona
Court; Elaine Eisenger, Jennie Murphree Sweetheart Court; and
June Sillay, Smoke Signals Feature.
Wise Remarks Department: "It was big enough without the
head," contributed by Bobby Jones in her sleep, referring to the
somewhat oversized, disqualified Homecoming float.
Moments to Remember: The 2:00 a.m. Phi Delt callers; mass
infirmary visits after the snow fights; Hot Rod Prissy Parkin's
second place ride in the Soap Box Derby.
Weekly Announcements: "Who stole my peanut butter?" "Who
left the socks soaking in the bathroom?" "Girls, I'm going to put
lock on that kitchen door." "Are you tired?". . ."Noop!"
Benton, Elizabeth; Buchan, Nancy; Cain, Eleanor Louise; Cain, Patty; Culley,
Leigh; Cummins, Barbara; Davidson, Sandra; Denham, Nancy; Elliott, Anne;
Ford, Sue; Grow, Rosemary; Hay, Susie; Herring, Jeonyne; Hill, Linda; Jackson;
Shirley; Johnson, Marilyn; Lambur, Sandra; Mackin, Dixie; McMillan, Joy;
Monroe, Mary; Muniz, Ed Marie; Penny, Jacque; Rice, Dorothy; Reichen, Marian;
Roberts, Margaret; Roberts, Paula; Sillay, June; Soud, Jacquelyn; Turnbull, Alice;
Utsey, Gayle; Vv'alter, Victoria; Webb, Carolyn.
Alexander, Nancy; Bridger, Donna; Bridgeman, Jean Ann; Burton, Laura; Coppens,
Barbara; Eisinger, Elaine; Fouts, Kay; Gessler, Liz; Hooten, Margaret; Kelly,
Shirley; Lehan, Judy; Mickey, Patricia; Milner, Susan; Nichols, Sheila; O'Kelly,
Carol; Owens, Jackie; Pankin, Prissy; Stanton, Dolly; Stoker, Charlotte; Strom,
Martha; Tatoul, Corky; Wheeler, Betty.
PRESIDENT NANCY BUCHAN
VICE-PRESIDENT ANN ELLIOTT
SECRETARY BARBARA JONES
TREASURER SANDRA DAVIDSON
ZETA TAU ALPHA
ZETA TAU ALPHA
Anyone care for roast duck?' . . . Er-Dink: noise of the day . . .
Notice a dent in Combs' car? . . . College Avenue attempted kid-
napping . . . the understanding County judge . . . the missing bush
and the coffin door.
There's never a dull moment at the White House on the Hill.
Campus successes include first place in Homecoming House De-
coration, second place in the skit contest; second place in scholar-
ship; basketball championship; and National Merit award present-
ed by ZTA to the chapter with sustained superiority in all phases
of campus life.
Honor Court has completed a successful year under the chair-
manship of Barbara Burkhart. Other Zetas in the limelight are the
secretary and three members of Judiciary; secretary of Elections;
Frosh Treasurer and Senator; Comma Alpha Chi President and
members of many campus organizations.
Homecoming Princess Joyce Combs and KA Rose, Ruth Starling,
and members of the Pi Kappa Phi and Kappa Sig Courts comprise
the beauty section. In addition, Carlo McKinney, Miss Peanut, won
a trip to Chicago for winning that notional competition.
Zeta Zanies: Backwards baseball game with the Delts . . .
Matthead . . . Step and a half . . . Senator . . . B. O. . . . Fogie . . .
Allen, Selby; Archibald, Catherine; Baker, Patricia; Bean, Linda; Bowen, Beth;
Burkhardt, Barbara; Cawthin, Lynda; Chandler, Martha; Chapman, Neila; Combs,
Joyce; Combs, Ruby; Conkling, Julia; Conner, Ginger; Corley, Janet; Davis
Dawn; Dugan, Frances; Finlay, Pat; Folsom, Anne; Ford, Sally; Ginocchio, Chris;
Godfrey, Nan; Harmon, Joan; Harris, Mary; Johnson, Barbara Jane; Jones, Joan;
Jordan, Jilda; Kelly, Ann; Knowles, Marilyn; McDonald, Lola; McKinney, Carlo;
Maltby, Mary Jane; Nichols, Sherry; O'Sullivan, Dean; Otey, Betty; Pigman,
Sally; Powell, Mary; Register, Emily; Shuman, Ruth; Starling, Ruth; Stevens,
Patricia; Summers, Dottie; Taoffee, Ellen; Turner, Carol; Walter, Sharon; VVarley,
Olivia; Watkins, Sharron; Williams, Ann; Wilson, Mary; Worral, Nancy.
Althoff, Marilyn; Baxter, Joyce; Blackburn, Susie; Brightwell, Claire; Freudenberg,
Judy; Gagenschatz, Marjie; Gemhard, Judy; Griesser, Elaine; Hardy, Nora Nell;
Hargrove, Cora; Hay, Betty; Jackson, Joyce; Jackson, Sandra; Kalil, Roseann;
Larsen, Texie; Lipthroth, Alice; Nielson, Ann; Miller, Patty; Perry, Ann; Phillips,
Laura; Spell, Frances; Warren, Kay; Youmons, Barbara
PRESIDENT ANN WILLIAMS
VICE-PRESIDENT BETH BOWEN
SECRETARY BETTY OTEY
TREASURER SHERRY NICHOLS
ALPHA TAU OMEGA
ALPHA TAU OMEGA
Gimme an "A" . . . Varsity Football would hove been in sad
shape without the ATO's this year, as would baseball, basketball,
swimming and tennis. In addition to their outstanding athletic
representation, the ATO's supplied the President of IFC, John
Morris; Don Reedy on Honor Court, and Bill McKemie as Chief
Justice of Traffic Court. First place in fraternity scholarship goes
to the blue and gold, and nobody can deny that they sure can
pick Homecoming Queens. This year Lynn LaCrange of Pi Beta
Phi, sponsored by ATO, reigned over the Homecoming celebration.
The Four Freshmen came to FSU, courtesy of the ATO's as their
contribution to the Campus Chest Fund. Additional charity projects
are the annual Christmas Party for underprivileged children, and
Help Week, when they painted a church in Chatahoochee.
Life can be beautiful department . . . Every weekend during foot-
ball season the house was the scene of a rousing combo party.
Other social highlights were parties with the Tri Delts, Alpha
Cams, Pi Phis and the annual Spring Weekend complete with Orchid
Ball and coast party.
Sound Off: Butterfly . . . Rhoda . . . Fish
. . . Lonsie Wonsie . . . Duroc . . . Monk . .
The Kid . . . The Grinder . . . The Pollock
Jack . . . Goomba . . . Shad . . . Groundhog.
. . Paunch . . . Coyote
Redman . . . Zero . . .
. . Pinky Drag-Happy
Bisbee, Hamilton; Boyack, Edward; Burkhardt, William; Casteel, Robert, Child-
ers, William; Cigorran, Gerald; Cogburn, Clayton; Cole, Buddy; Craig, John;
Davies, Gerald; Fielding, Charles; Johnson, Edward; Landrum, Gary; McKemie,
William; Millner, Guy; Moore, James; Morris, John; Morris, Walter; Padgett,
Lonnie; Peterson, Peter; Pinkermon, Charles; Reedy, Donald; Reinhardt, Raymond;
Rynerson, Jack; Smith, Ronald; Speck, Thomas; Strickland, Douglas; Welchel,
Michael; Whiting, James; Williams, Ronald.
Armer, Thomas; Baggett, Leo; Bauermeister, Charles; Byerley, William; Car-
penter, Richard; Cone, Kenny; Conrad, Richard; Cromartie, John; Dawkins, James;
Cunningham, Willaim; Gaskins, Jack; Griffis, Samuel; Harris, Gerald; Haynes,
Marvin; Hopkins, Clif; Holt, Franz; Jankea, Peter; Lyons, Creston; McCranie,
John; Paul, Warwich; Petronis, James; Petrandis, Mike; Parry, James Earl;
Pfiffenburger, Dave; Reeves, James; Sievers, Riley; Smith, Samuel; Spiers, Donald;
Strickland, George Ed; Wait, William; Woodbury, William; Worthington, James.
PRES. JOHNNY MORRIS
VICE-PRES. JERRY DAVIER
SEC. BILL McKINLEY
TREAS. WALLY MORRIS
DELTA TAU DELTA
DELTA TAU DELTA
How much am I bid?' Ladies and gentlemen, how much will you
give for this glorious specimen of American Manhood . . . Going,
The annual Delt Slave Auction provided one of the most color-
ful events of the year, and netted a sizeable sum for the Delt con-
tribution to Campus Chest.
FSU Fixtures: Cruising around Campus loaded with Delts and
assorted dates the Delt fire engine . . . it's tempermental, but it
does make noise.
At the Pan-Hel Dance in December, the Delt "Sorority of the
Year" award was presented to the Theto's. The Delts themselves
were the recipients of the Sigma Kappa "Host of the Year" award,
evidence of plenty of good parties and Delt charm.
Delts on Campus include Fred Ford of Men's Judiciary, and
active participants in Collegians, Cavaliers, Marching Chiefs,
Tally-Ho, and members of several varsity teams.
The social season was highlighted by the Rainbow Boll on April
12, where reigning Sweetheart Marianne Ferlisi relinquished her
title to the new queen. Homecoming took on the forward look with
a replica of the Chrysler Corporation emblem and the University
Seal riding an impressive float. The annual Christmas Party was
held with the Alpha Xi's for underprivileged children.
And the next time the Forest Rangers report that the pledges are
in jail, we'll let them go!
Ackert, John; Ayers, Donald; Billups, Lewis; Blaes, Cletus; Corruth, Loyd; Carter,
Jock; Crew, Jackie; Creel, Jonny; Denmark, Emory; Elliott, Harold; Elvena, Ronald;
Fillmore, Howard; Fleming, John; Griffin, Thomas; Greenwood, Bruce; Guerra,
Michael; Johnson, Robert; Kieffer, Peter; Lewis, William; Meredith, Larry;
Mills, Thomas; Miller, Edward; Moore, Joseph; Norton, Kenneth; Percoco, Rich-
ard; Pou, Michael; Powell, Harold; Ray, Donald; Sardinha, August; Sellers, Will-
iam; Straw, Richard; Watkins, Kenneth; Weatherby, Edward; White, Avery;
Abbot, Bernard; Anderson, Wallace; Barry, Gerald; Bernard, Thomas; Bowe,
Lyman; Brushwood, Harry; Crosby, James; Del Vecchio, John; Dorsett, Earl;
English, John; Ford, Howard; Gainer, Gene; Helgemo, Steve; Jones, Billy; Jones,
Wilnot; Lanza, Salvatore; Lyon, Paul; Maultsby, Charles; Newton, James;
O'Connor, Michael; Quickel, David; Scott, Gerald; Sheldon, Richard; Sparkman,
Doyle; Squibb, Charles; Stromberg, Robert; Rhodes, Carl; Taylor, John; Trice,
Frank; Welch, Leon; Wheeler, Sanford; Whiddon, Lester; Wilson, Edwin.
PRES. LOYD CARRUTH
VICE-PRES. BUDDY ELLIOT
SEC DONALD J. RAY
TREAS DONALD AYERS
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"In eighteen hundred and sixty five . . ."
The strains of "Dixie", the roll of drums, the roar of cannon . . .
top hatted gentlemen, lovely ladies, and the Stars and Bars . . .
These are the sights and sounds familiar to Tallahassee during
Kappa Alpha Order's annual Old South Week-end, a celebration
unique among college fraternities. All the glory and splendor of
the ante-bellum South is recaptured as the KA's pay tribute to
"She has two dreamy eyes of blue . . ."
Miss Ruth Starling of Panama City, now Mrs. William Atkins,
was crowned Kappa Alpha Rose for 1957 at the Old South Ball
which culminates the week's festivities.
Another feminine face in evidence this past year was that of
KA's new housemother, Mrs. M. L. Ward of Marianna. Mother
Ward assumed her duties in January of 1957.
"It's a grand old gong!"
Not to be outdone by any domn-yankees, the scientific minds
of the chapter pooled their knowledge, added a "little" physical
energy and came up with an equal of Russia's missile program.
Not only did the brothers build a satellite suitable for outer space
they also constructed the the planet "Dixie with the little sputnik
revolving around it. "Smash the VPI Sputnick" was the theme of
this elaborate Homecoming decoration with a space suited Sem-
inole doing the honors. No prize, but a lovely bonfire!
Abbott, Ken; Arnold, Jim; Arnold, Ramon; Atkins, Billy Pat; Bassham, Hugh;
Belitz, John; Bishop, Bob; Brinkoff, Fred Bua, Don; Bunker, Bill; Bywoter, Glen;
Carson, Bill; Clarke, Thomas; Clendenin, Bill; Coleman, Hume; Coward, Bill;
Counter, John; Dale, David; Dean, Grank; Doster, Dan; Graham, Julian; Hair,
Harry; Hair, Mattox; Haywood, Jim; Henderson, Jim; Hooks, Jim; Hoover, Lem;
Huehn, Kelvin; James, Bob; Johnson, Charles; Jones, Wally; Justiss, Dawin;
Kearce, Jim; Keith, Stuart; Kirchoffer, Art; LeHordy, Frank; Livingston, Cliff;
Loftin, Bob; Long, Wayne; Marks, Tom; Mason, Ron; Matthews, Ward; Miner,
Joy; Roberts, Etsol; Sirmans, Stan; Snyder, Bill; Stone, Wayne; Strickland, Bill;
Thorpe, Virgil; Westbrook, Sam; Whitehurst, Jim; Young, Mike.
Amos, John; Dean, Charles; De Haven, Jim; Duchene, Ken; Ferrington, Mercer;
Froleigh, John; Gunnels, David; Herrin, Ed; Hofeley, James; Lawson, William;
Lawrence, Floyd; Medulla, Ben; Middleton, David; Miller, Kim; Moss, Dick; Porter,
Bill; Smith, Charles; Smithson, Fraser; Spitzer, Garret; Sweat, Charles; Wettstein,
PRES ART KIRCHOFFER
VICE-PRES. BILL CLENDENIN
SEC BILL BUNKER
TREAS. BILL STRICKLAND
How high does the eagle fly!'
Bob and Tom are still in the hog-rustling business this year.
Just call 2-4514 for immediate delivery. These hogs are worth
their weight in COLD!
Drop by some Saturday evening and see the Totem Pole go up
Greenville one time!
And now to journey from the ridiculous to the sublime —
Kappa Sigs hove been outstanding in Phi Eta Sigma, Pi Sigma
Alpha, Alpha Delta Sigma, Pershing Rifles, and Alpha Council.
The FSU chapter's Blood Bank has become a national institution,
helping brothers and friends of the chapter in time of need. Under-
privileged children of the Tallahassee area were feted with parties
at Christmas, co-sponsored by the Chi Omega's and at Easter, as
On the social scene: the Pledge Cotillion in October, the Snow
Ball Formal in December, and the Black and White Ball in March
were highlights. Intramurals were not neglected, and most import-
ant was winning the annual softboM game against the KA's. and
now bock to the ridiculous:
Kappa Sig Roll Coll; Little Caesar . . . Patsy ... St. Bernard . . .
Landscape Architect . . . OIlie . . . Ostrich . . . Bunny Rabbit Maher
. . . Daddy Holt . . . Stella.
Bednar, Robert; Boucher, Jim; Bruckman, Tom; Decker, Dick; Green, Ralph;
Green, Rex; Galany, Floyd; Hafner, Tom; Hitchcock, Ray; Holt, Jim; Johnson,
Billy; Johnson, Bobby; Jones, Bill; Jones, Bill; Keck, Larry; Kidd, Jack; Kuhn, Bert;
Maher, Jim; McCorkle, Bill; Pollock, Jack; Schoenborn, Joel; Scott, Leroy;
Stanley, Jim; Stearns, Bob; Stromsen, Tom; Thomas, Don; Todd, Bill; Wells,
Danny; Wheeler, Jerry; Whittier, Bob.
Chakeres, Checkers; Cook, George; Elam, Boyt; Garcia, Mike; Good, Jerry;
Gregory, Leroy; Henry, Bill; Jellison, Bruce; Jensen, Ralph; Lattner, Dick;
Lubniewski, Pete; McGlaughon, Bill; McPherson, Chuck; Mealing, Mike; Osvath,
Levente; Patterson, Jim; Saliceti, Tony; Schmitt, Harold; Schoenborn, Harold;
Spongier, Bob; Struss, Lorry; Tichenor, Kip; Watkins, Lyn; Williams, Ellis.
PRES. TOM BRUCKMAN
VICE-PRES. BILL TODD
SEC. JIM HOLT
TREAS. LEROY SCOTT
LAMBDA CHI ALPHA
LAMBDA CHI ALPHA
Lambie Pambie's went politicking — end result: three Senators
— Ron Clark, Joe Barber, and Don Sink legislated for Lambda
Chi this year.
You'd better believe it: Gus finally got his Hudson this year!
Must be Tough Department: Bob Lansford reigned as AOPi
Man of the Year. Chapter Gallahads treated the sororities with
parties during the year, and whirled their way through Lambda Chi
weekend in the Spring. Other social events are Founder's Day, and
the Senior Banquet honoring graduating brothers.
We hate to point, but you can breathe now, Jack. Just one
question, Don . . . What time does the balloon go up?
To raise money for Campus Chest Lambda Chi challenges an-
other fraternity to a tackle football game each fall. This year the
game was played at Leon High School, and KA's were the oppo-
nents. All proceeds went to the Campus Chest Fund.
Anderson, Harold; Arit, Bob; Armei, John; Axon, Don; Barber, Joe; Barrett,
Warren; Benson, Paul; Brennan, William; Brown, Devon; Brown, Robert; Brown,
Wes; Caldwell, Gordon; Chance, Glen; Clark, Ronnie; Cochran, James; Conley,
Dave; Davis, James; Dee, Larry; Dyer, Hal; Etesque, Stanley; Fussell, Tom; Gunn,
Wendell; Hamlin, Mike; Harrison, Tracy; Haeger, Alton; Hilaman, Stan; Kretch-
man, Robert; Lansford, Robert; Manning, Jack; Martin, Neil; Martin, Tom, Mc-
Neil, James; Meigs, Robert; Mynard, Charles; Minton, Dave; Nelson, Duni; Reely,
Robert; Rogers, Samuel; Wise, Dink; Wolfe, Joe; Woodward, Fred; Wyatt, Tommy.
Andrews, Marvin; Autry, William; Casey, Randolph; Caswell, James; Evans,
Robert; Ewing, William; Guinta, Richard; Heagerty, Norman; Howard, Phil;
Lindeman, Herman; Livesey, Don; Looney, James; Lowrey, Fred; McLaurin,
John; Mixon, Aris; Nedley, Robert; Ramsey, Paul; Rowlee, Dave; Russell,
Ralph; Shacoski, Steve; Sink, Don; Tomazeski, Len; Trousdell, Randolph; Witt,
PRES. --_ JAMES DAVIS
VICE PRES. SAMUEL ROGERS
SEC WILLIAM BRENNAN
TREAS. TOM FUSSELL
PHI DELTA THETA
FLORIDA GAMMA ^
PHI DELTA THETA
Have you heard? Fisher's Olds broke an oxie on the way back
from Lauderdale. Any questions . . . Majors made bed check in
We salute: Phi Delts in ODK; Cold Key; Senate; Alpha Coun-
cil; Who's Who; Phi Delta Kappa; Circus; Bill Weaver, senior
class President; Jim Webb, President of Scabbard and Blade; Hank
McCann, Chairman of Collegiate Party and Vice President of
Omicron Delta Kappa; Housemother, Mrs. Cora Rogers; Phi Delt
Sweetheart, Miss Ramelle Ellis.
Did You Know? Phi Delt has won overall intramurals six out of
nine years, and has men participating in every varsity sport in-
cluding four of the five starters on the Basketball team.
We all enjoyed: The Bowry Ball; Phi Delt Weekend and Carna-
tion Ball; Christmas Party with ADPi's; Soap Box Derby with the
Alpha Cams; Easter Seal Drive; Community Service Day.
Can you imagine? Keene not breaking any hearts . . . Saltz in
a clean room . . . Benny making his grades . . . Kilburn lending
money . . . Durham, Litkey, Boltz and Dekle playing . . . Intramural
basketball . . . Casca married . . . Harpe playing a tuba . . . the
blue goose not operating . . .
Bagnell, Bud; Bindschadler, Benny; Bryan, Frank; Bullock, John; Burns, Chuck;
Casca, Sonny; Chappel, Don; Douglas, Bob; Durham, Hugh; Eubank, Hugh;
Eyster, Fletcher; Fisher, Tom; Glancy, Jerry; Gregory, Tom; Hall, Harvey; Harpe,
Scott; Jacobs, Bill; Jones, J. P.; Keen, Ted; Kilburn, Galen; Kruse, Joe; Livingston,
George; Magee, Jim; Majors, Joe; May, Frank; McCann, Hank; McCormick, Gene;
Montgomery, Jack; Myrick, John; Nagode, Dick; Neel, Bill; Noot, Don; Over-
street, Tom; Petruzzelli, Frank; Saltz, Bob; Skinner, John; Smith, Gil; Strandhagen,
Bill; Strandhagen, Jon; Taylor, Travis; Teschke, Graham; Van Campen, Sher-
wood; Webb, Jim; Weber, Bob; Wallace, Lou; Weaver, Bill; Weekly, Buddy
Bell, John; Boltz, Dan; Briley, Paxton; Bunting, Dick; Calhoun, Jim; Clark,
Fred; Clark, Rip; Davis, John; Deckle, Burt; Espenship, Jack; Fulkerson, Fred;
Halbach, Vic; Hiles, Bucky; Hooks, Jim; Hughes, Ralph; Jones, Roy; Keene,
Wally; Kelly, Bill; Lamb, L. R.; Liteky, Jim; Moody, Warren; Nussbaum, Walt;
O'Brien, Tom; Rawls, Louis; Stewart, Butch; Thomas, Tommy; Wells, Tom;
White, Jim; Whitehead, Bud.
PRES. JIM WEBB
VICE PRES SCOTT HARPE
SEC. DON CHAPPEL
TREAS JERRY CLANCY
PHI KAPPA TAU
PHI KAPPA TAU
Come in, Station WXYZ . . . Chompion Ball Came Caller George
Wajdowicz is on the air! Phi Tau prowess on the air paid off —
listening (in shifts) continuously to a local radio program, the
brothers were able to identify the proper songs, thus winning a
hi-fi set for the chapter. Among other "wins" for Phi Tau were
a second place in the Homecoming float competion with their
float, "Campus Memories", receiving the "most beautiful" com-
The Flambeau, or "Phi Tau Cazette" as it might be called, relies
on brothers for Business Manager, Advertising Manager, Exchange
Manager, Circulation Manager, and columnist, Bucky Cannon.
Other Phi Tou's on Campus are members of Collegians, Choral
Union, Cavaliers, Marching Chiefs, ROTC Drill Team, Industrial
Arts Club, Baking Science Club and several intramural teams.
Sweetheart Alida Tomlinson of Gamma Phi Beta led the cheer-
ing at intramural events, and Phi Tau's were proud of their stars
on the diving and baseball teams.
A visit from the National President on Founder's Day in March
marked a successful year.
Phi Tau is proud of: Phi Tau Blood Bank, Carnation Ball, Little
500 Pit Decorations, "Neophyte Jack", "Little Susie", and Mother
Assad, Joseph; Babcock, Charles; Bishop, Paul; Brown, Richard; Burgess, Fred;
Canon, Bradley; Carter, John; Corriveau, Richard; Finney, Benjamin; Ford,
Robert; Fretwell, Sheldon; Hansen, John; Holloway, Robert; Kemblowski;
Philip; King, Anthony; Lowenthal Robert; McKelvin, George; Meador, Louis;
Morar, Neil; Rosanski, Donald; Savage, Charles; Shaw, Charles; Simpson, Wil-
liam; Talmon, Donald; Tyson, William; Watson, Thomas; Youngblood, David;
Corn, Neil; Franklin, William; Groom, Raymond; Harris, Wilson; Hendry, Donald;
Jones, Anton; Lewis, Peter; Seyes, Donald; Stanley, William; Tunstall, David;
Walsingham, Carl; Waterfield, Bentley; Waters, Thomas; Wavro, Richard.
PRES PHIL KEMBLOWSKI
VICE-PRES. PAUL BISHOP
SEC DAVE YOUNGBLOOD
TREAS. DON TALMON
PI KAPPA ALPHA
PI KAPPA ALPHA
The Pikes took on the "forward look" this year, and won the
Homecoming house decorations with a guided missile aimed
straight for VPI. And who can say they aren't versatile — among
other things, they boast the Ohio State YoYo Champion!
Moving in the new house was an undeniable thrill. And think
how nice it will be when there's heat in the West Wing.
Pikes On Campus include members of Kappa Kappa Psi, APO,
KAM, Baseball team. Cheerleader Don Chamberlain, and Circus
Boy Bob Jordan.
Sweetheart Rachel Caldwell Bennet reigns for her second year —
a tribute to a great girl.
The annual Christmas Party for underprivileged children with
the Thetas proved successful. Other worthwhile projects include
a basketball game with the inmates of FCI, and Beauchamp's
Baby-Sitting Service for married brothers.
Names we've heard: Matress-back Collins . . . The Miami toas-
ters . . . Herr Kitten . . . Woy . . . Chamberlain, the Faux Pas Kid
. . . the Who's Who mystery man.
Arrington, Horace; Barningham, Roland; Beauchamp, Frank; Bennet, Richard;
Blakely, Earl; Boska, Fred; Boyce, William; Chamberlain, Don; Collins, Allen;
Dear, Tyrrel; De Lapp, Don; Eby, Duane; Eigl, Rudy; Ford, John; Foster, Eugene;
Harrell, Richard; Harris, Roy; Harrison, Ron; Hemingway, William; Hiscock,
William; Michael, John; Monteleone, Carmine; Peters, Gene; Robarts, Gene;
Scott, John; Zuchelli, Don.
Barbee, Richard; Bowers, Michael; Brownlee, Harry; Davis, John; Dumke, Robert;
Edwards, Patrick; English, Terry; Jordan, Robert; La Master, Gordon; McKee,
Terrence; Newton, Anthony; Pipkins, Royce; Shannon, Kenneth; Smith, John;
Steyerman, Larence; Stowe, Richard; Thomson, John; Winters, Frank.
PRES. ROY HARRIS
VICE-PRES. GENE ROBARTS
SEC WILLIAM HISCOCK
TREAS JOHN SCOTT
PI KAPPA PHI
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PI KAPPA PHI
Carusos all, the Pi Kap's won first place In the Campus Sing
competition. Their memorable serenades delighted many a co-ed,
and the Pi Kap's are fast becoming known as the "singing frater-
nity." Other awards have been first place in the Homecoming Skit
contest, and second place in the house decorations competition,
with the outer space theme, and slogan: "Everybody, but every-
body, watches the Seminoles." The pledge class did its share, as
Phi Kappa Phi was picked as the fraternity with the most pledges
making over a 3.5 average (One, is the grand total!)
Paulo Parsons was the Pi Kap candidate, and later IFC Queen.
Doxie O'Neil has reigned throughout '57-'58 as Pi Kap Rose Queen.
APO, Alpha Council, Kappa Kappa Psi, Sigma Delta Phi, Phi
Alpha Omega, Los Picaros, and several other campus organiza-
tions claim Pi Kap's as hard working members.
Have you met: the lovely new housemother, Mrs. Mable Furth?
Have you seen: The animal . . . Cornstick . . . Watermelon . . .
Snake . . . Moneybags . . . Mickey Mouse . . . Zygote? Or, by any
chance, one 250 lb. bell, missing since Hallowe'en?
Which is the only fraternity on campus with two houses? Pi
Allen, Douglas; Allen, Gary; Antonelli, Pasquole; Baden, Robert; Berube, Richard;
Bowlin, Donald; Branning, William; Brown, John; Bryson, Warren; Campbell,
Phillip; Carroll, Welsey; Caruthers, Lowton; Compton, Curt; Donnelley, Larry;
Diaz, Ernest; Ekiund, Robert; Emmons, Joseph; Farr, James; Fernandez, Gilbert;
Fordham, George; Garrett, John; Hogle, Thomas; Hopkins, Franklin; Hutchins,
Robert; Kaney, Frank; Lairsey, Charles; Lucas, Samuel; Mason, Edward; Newman,
James; Perry, Paul; Raines, Raymond; Randolph, Roger; Scarborrough, Harry;
Smith, Waiter; Spaulding, Paul; Steurer, Ronald; Stevenson, Orel; Stilwell,
Burnett; Welker, Charles; White, Bobby.
Bryan, David; Clark, Gary; Cloud, Calvin; Colee, James; Corbin, Charles; Delk,
Charles; Dorsey, Bobby; Green, William; Heagarty, Peter; Howes, Robert; Jeffries,
Gary; Johnson, George; Kalmes, Peter; Martin, Thomas; Mason, John; Mock,
Ruppert; Morse, David; O'ForreM, Michael; Pickett, Ronald; Poe, Stephen; Reed,
James; Rodgers, James; Seykora, Edward; Sportelli, Vito; Swain, Kenneth; Tesar,
Gerald; Womer, John.
PRES ROBERT HUTCHINS
V I C E- PRES.
SEC. DONALD BOWLIN
TREAS. CURT COMPTON
SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON
SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON
Leo's Lads teamed with the Thetas at Homecoming to make an
elaborate float depicting the theme "Let's Enslave VPI". Some-
body goofed — come parade time, the float couldn't get out of the
drive way. Arriving too late for the judging, the float nevertheless
made an impressive display. The house decorations, "FSU Rail-
roads VPI" took third place, however.
Only one penny per vote. . . . SAE's sponsor the Miss Campus
Chest contest to raise money for the Campus Chest Fund. Co-eds
compete for the title by raising votes, hence money, for charity.
The SAE Blood Bank, and the party with Zeta Tou Alpha at
Christmas for needy children are further examples of worthwhile
Miss Judy Dekle was chosen SAE Sweetheart at the annual dance
in the fall — another social success was the weekend in May. Liz
Armes, princess on the Homecoming court, was sponsored by SAE.
Leo makes his name heard on Campus. . . .Senior Class Veep
and Distinguished Military Cadet, Bill Roche; Assistant to the
President of the Student Body, Ronnie Blue; Phil Hunt, shortstop
for Varsity baseball and Bobby Nellums, football star. Also active
members of Arnold Air Society, Scabbard and Blade, Alpha Coun-
cil, Sabre Flight, ODK, Senate, and various honoraries.
"Come sing to Sigma Alpha Epsilon ....
Apthorp, Jim; Battaglia, Carmen; Bell, Bob; Blue, Ronnie; Browning, James;
Cullom, Bill; Deley, Jerry; Dixon, Oliver; Donaway, Jerry; Donnelly, Pat; Fields
Rod; Gabriel, Mayo; Gould, Stuart; Gramlin, Edwin; Griffith, Loyd; Grizzard,
Claude; Grow, David; Grow, William; Hammond, Paul; Hudson, John; Hulse,
Dove; Hunt, Philip; I ley, Pat; Jacquot, Ken; Keiley, Pat; Kerley, Bob; Kimber,
Bill; Koch, Dale; La Vigne, Brudd; Lewis, Stan; McCollom, Roy; Menton, Pete;
Mills, Ellis; Nellums, Bob; Pace, Bill; Padgett, Rodgers; Partridge, John; Phipps,
Colin; Pope, Melvin; Preisser, Don; Prinzi, Vic; Reuss, Frank; Robson, Vic; Roche,
Bill; Sarris, Phil; Singleton, Fred; Smith, Richard; Stewart, John; Thomas, John;
Turpin, Tommy; Vs^ade, Jim; Wallace, Dave; Weller, Jack; Westbrook, Curtis;
Williams, Hubert; Williams, Joe; Williamson, Joe; Winchester, Dick.
Atkinson, Larry; Barber, Wayne; Bravo, Eldridge; Browning, Edwin; Cavanaugh,
Bob; Dunlap, Dickie; Forehand, Charles; Fohl, Bob; Flandreau, Don; Gray,
Downing; Grissom, Swayne; Hagor, Tom; Heorn, Eldon; Hobgood, Bill; Howden,
Bill; Keiley, Pat; Kingman, Bob; Marsh, Ev; Mathews, Don; Mathis, Roy;
McArthur, Gil; Mitchell, Mike; Padgett, Jim; Paschal, Bill; Smith, Bob; Smith,
Bubba; Siegrest, Bill; Swift, Clifford; Swozowski, Bob; Taggart, Joe; Van Delinder,
Charles; Wilson, Hugh; Wolfe, Douglas.
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PRES. PHIL HUNT
VICE-PRES. TOM TURPIN
REC. SEC DAVID GROW
TREAS. .._ ,_.„„ BILL ROACH
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Hey, Sigs ! How are you fixed for o house??!'?
Though they scattered to the four winds when the house was
condemned, the Sigma Chi's managed to stay together in spirit,
and chalked up a worthwhile year. Six members of Cold Key, in-
cluding the president; four members of ODK; several Who's Who's
members; three senators; Attorney General and Secretary of Or-
ganizations show the Sigs' interest in politics. Sweetheart Linda
Rollins, a Theta, led the cheering at most of the intramural games;
Sigma Chi was prominent in track, basketball, football, gymnastics,
FSU's answer to the Olympic Comes, The Sigma Chi Derby, was
held in the fall. All sixteen sororities took part in the gomes of
skill and intelligence!?); and AOPi emerged victorious.
The parties with different sororities proved to be unusually suc-
cessful, in particular, the Tri Delt, KD, and Halloween Party with
the Thetas which featured the House of Horrors. Founders' Day
was celebrated on March 17 with a traditional banquet, and the
social season culminated with Sigma Chi weekend in the spring.
In closing, we present: The Mou Mau Raiders. . . .The Milk
Runs. . . .Mighty Mouse. . . ."Twos the Night before Christmas". . .
Ainsworth, Dick; Alford, Stan; Anderson, Laird; Baldwin, Stan; Beatty, Larry;
Bennett, Bill; Bryan, Buck; Bryson, Bob; Burnham, Chuck; Byars, Dave; Calhoun,
John; Carter, Robert; Cheek, Cecil; Donley, Dean; Dunn, Cecil; Dye, Jerry;
Fairnington, Bill; Gordon, Gerry; Grimsley, John; Hale, Tom; Howell, Allen;
Jacobs, Joel; Jennings, Rufus; Johnson, Dick; Johnson, Bob; Knight, Phil;
Landrum, Britt; Lenox, Bud; Levy, Larry; Lewis, Don; Marshall, Durfee; Mc-
Googon, Cal; McKinney, Maury; Meier, Bob; Moore, Art; Moren, Bob; Murray
Bob; Pendray, Tom; Phillips, Bill; Poag, Wylie; Pool, Bill; Poysell, Bob; Reynolds
Harry; Sattler, Frank; Skiff, Bob; Skogstod, Sam; Smith, Bill; Steinberg, Maurice
Stoffregen, Paul; Stone, Jim; Swigert, Bill; Terrell, Toby; Terwilliger, Jack
Thatcher, Glenn; Turner, Schorf; VogI, Chris; Westhafer, Joe; Westhofer, Tom
Willard, Tom; Wollschlager, Lynn; Woodhull, Alex.
Arthur, Warren; Bannerman, Bud; Bellamy, Rebel; Bodoloto, Mike; Brand, Jack
Brock, Larry; Busbio, Morris; Butterfield, Frank; Donahue, Norman; Duer, Bus
Dunlap, Steve; Eberherdt, Gary; Hortsfield, Sporty; Houser, Dove; Hull, David
Johnson, Ed; Loehr, Kenneth; Marshall, Butch; Miller, Jim; Mueller, John; Petty
Milton; Porter, Mike; Pylant, Pete; Ryder, Jack; Scheffsky, Phil; Smith, George
Williamson, Jerry; Wilson, Dick.
PRES. JOE WESTHAFER
VICE-PRES. LAIRD ANDERSON
SEC. DON K. LEWIS
TREAS. CHUCK BURNHAM
Fall of '57 found the Sigma Nu's in their new house on Call
Street, and second semester saw the completion of the addition.
With their new headquarters, the brothers were able to hold great
parties, and sponsor a healthy FSU spirit.
The first All American Baseball player in FSU's history is Sigma
Nu's Dick Howser, also a member of Cold Key. Other Sig's in the
spotlight are President of the Frosh, Bruce Brown and Sophomore
Class Secretary Dennis Smith.
Crew necks, regimental stripes, Bermudas, trench coats, and
grey flannels assembled at the Sigma Nu House in the fall for
FSU's first "Ivy League" party. Guests cooked over an outdoor
grill and compared notes on the latest in fashion news from our
Ivy brothers up North. The party at Homecoming was a winner
in any language, and the annual White Star weekend in the spring,
complete with formal banquet, dance, coast party and steak fry
rounded up the social calendar.
Roll Call: Seal. . . .Slime. . . .Red Dog. . . .Nappy. . . .Mother
Barber, Oris; Benner, William; Blue, John; Brown, Myron; Bryant, Julian; Crews,
Wade; Crosby, Robert; Croy, Dale; Forst, Fred; Hayes, Hugh; Higgins, Ronald;
Holland, Chuck; Howser, Richard; Ingram, Marvin; Jones, Leslie; Kenney, Fred;
Lorenze, Roger; Mahoney, Darryl; Meeks, Earl; Mergenthal, Stafford; Morris,
David; Parkhurst, Arthur; Penn, Donald; Pike, J. C; Powers, Fred; Pridgeon,
Bernard; Ray, Berry; Sellas, Robert; Shaeffer, Charlie; Shillingburg, John; Sikes,
Robert; Smith, Dennis; Sowell, Charles; Strickland, Earl; Tomberlin, John; Torsloff,
Carl; Tucker, Jerry; Victor, David; Willets, Arthur; Williams, Emory; Wortman,
Archer, Bill; Banning, Bruce; Bazzell, Ray; Brock, Jerry; Brown, Bruce; Coller,
Chuck; Cooke, Joe; Crawford, Ernest; Eubanks, Jim; Fallon, Phillip; Furci, Frank;
Germaske, Dennis; Hurley, Jack; Johnwick, Robert; Jones, Jack; Jones, Patrick;
Kulzer, Jim; McLean, Marvin; Miller, Don; Morrison, Jimmy; Palmer, Monroe;
Reid, Wayne; Russell, Kermit; Scheiss, Theodore; Shevlin, Richard; Smith, De
Vaughn; Ward, Dennis; Welch, Tom; Whiteard, Ronald.
PRES. DAVID MORRIS
VICE-PRES. JULIAN BRYANT
SEC MARVIN INGRAM
TREAS. JOHN BLUE
SIGMA PHI EPSILON
FLORIDA EPSILON i
SIGMA PHI EPSILON
The fall semester started off with a complete redecoration of
the interior of the "Old Homestead." The Frat-house now boasts
a painting of the coat of arms presented to the chapter by District
Governor Rogers. The "fraternity with a heart" initiated the an-
nual Hell's-A-Poppin' party and did it pop! A floor show by Jim
Brooks included some original songs plus many hit tunes.
The annual Queen of Diamonds Dance, given by the pledges in
December was a huge success — the pledges are now known as the
"pole painting pledges." (guess why)
Highlight of the spring semester was the weekend, starting off
with a barn dance at Silver Lake and the Queen of Hearts Ball the
following night. Alumni present at the ball included John M.
Welch, and Merrill P. Barber. Senator Barber further honored
the Sig Eps by receiving the guests. The finale of the big weekend
was a skiing party at the coast. Barbara Krogland lent charm and
beauty to the entire weekend as Queen of Hearts.
Floyd Widdon, of Tallahassee and Max Rieves, Counselor of
Magnolia Hall, were both initiated as honorary members of Sigma
Sig Ep Signatures: Joe College. . . .Daddy Rabbitt. . . .Fat Boy
. . . .Don Jose. . . .The Eight Dollar Kid. . . .Popeye.
Burkey, David; Cameron, James; Campbell, Larry; Elam, Wayland; Heaton, John;
Korzan, Fred; Mazur, Ralph; Nickle, Dennis; Nichols, Colie; Sharp, Larry;
Signorelli, Rudy; Vidzes, Fred.
Beioin, Don; Dennis, Paul; Fulford, William; Gosney, Vern; Hutchinson, Richard;
Midgette, Dennis; Mills, Austin; Scambler, Glynn; Toison, Walter; Voldimarsson,
PRES. WAYLAND ELAM
VICE-PRES. FRED KORZAN
SEC. DENNIS NICKLE
TREAS RALPH MAZUR
TAU EPSILON PHI
TAU EPSILON PHI
TEP's social calendar is the biggest yet. Beginning with several
successful open-houses, the TEP's swung onto the social band
wagon with a "Down on the Farm" party and a "Greenwich Village
Gathering." The highlight was the annual weekend, featuring
the Lavender Ball.
Howard Levy represents TEP on the FSU tennis team, and
Lennie Levy on the football team. Larry Block is sports editor of
the Flambeau, an example of TEP's contribution to campus life.
TEP's are trying for "cleanest on campus" . . . "NO SWEAT."
When Larry says "too much!" he means "more!"
"All right. Meatball, back to work."
And our own Charlie Brown and Co. exclaim "Good Grief!"
Jack — how do you spell "WelP"
The second week without "Bab-0."
But the boys exclaim "That's ma presidunt." Meanwhile, the
"presidunt" is busy writing another letter (So where's the answer?)
The Phantom strikes again!
"T-Express leaving in five minutes."
Jack . . . "Well, I went with this gal once, and . . ."
Block, Larry; Fink, Richard; Hirsh, William; Levy, Lenny; McCutcheon, Clyde;
Schlossberg, Jack; Schwartz, Don.
First, Fred; Friedman, Jay; Kam, Dove; Levy, Howard; Silverstein, Barry.
PRES. RICHARD FINK
VICE-PRES. DON SCHWARTZ
SEC CLYDE McCUTCHEON
TREAS. WILLIAM HIRSH
Homecoming found the Theto Chi's out in full force, working
together and thinking hard. The result: first place float, voted
most original by the judges.
Individually, as well as collectively, Theta Chi has left its mark
on FSU: Don Ramsden, Chairman of Men's Judiciary; Dick Crof-
ford, Secretary of Student Welfare; members of Pershing Rifles,
Gold Key, Alpha Council, Scullions, Alpha Delta Sigma, Phi Eta
Sigma, Cavaliers, Senate, Board of Publications, and the Under-
secretary of Finance are all Theta Chi's.
The swimming team is made up largely of Theta Chi's — seven
swimmers and two coaches. Track, also, relies on Mike Conley,
Charlie Nye, Tom Reeny, Charlie Drago, and coach Ken Segner.
"Sputnik Fever" invaded the chapter, and prompted the outer
space party in the fall with the Thetas. Theta Chi weekend in the
spring saw Sweetheart Bobbie Plumer relinquish her title as Dream
Girl to the new sweetheart.
"Let every good brother now join in the song . . .
VIVE LA THETA CHI!"
Alderman, Carl; Bedsole, James; Brown, William; Bynum, Richard; Carleton,
Rhon; Crawford, William; Curtiss, John; Esco, David; Greene, Douglas; Herndon,
Myron; Hinson, Edgar; Iverson, Jerry; King, Alfred; Koeth, Leonard; Koppeis,
Carl; Lehmbeck, John; Lewis, Raymond; Marky, Raymond; McCarron, Owen;
Metz, Thomas; Moore, Thomas; Newell, Thomas; Niedenthal, John; Pinder,
Clark; Ramsden, Donald; Rooney, Malcolm; Riggins, Hiram; Rogers, Douglas;
Ryan, Peter; Ross, Travis; Segner, Kenyon; Shaw, Richard; Shuman, Robert;
Smith, Lawrence; Spivey, Clarence; Striegel, Jack; Striegel, Eugene; Stubbs,
Sidney; Tschirret, Michael; Twitty, Ronald; Voll, Albert; Whatley, Thomas;
Adamo, Joseph; Alexander, Jon; Butler, Carl; Cable, James; Conley, Mike;
Davis, Julian; Demmon, Theodore; Drago, Charles; Herold, Donald; Keeney,
Thomas; Kirkwood, Richard; Maddock, James; McCartney, James; Moll, John;
Myers, Robert; Nussear, Robert; Nye, Charles; Peneski, Edward; Pinzi, Louis;
Prekup, John; Radencic, Joseph; Rago, Paul; Stapleton, Donald; Simmons, Robert,
Steele, Theodore; Van Rysselberge, John; Watson, Wiley; Wentworth, James;
Witte, William; Yates, Earl; Zager, Donald.
PRES DONALD RAMSDEN
VICE PRES. DOUG ROGERS
SEC TOM NEWELL
TREAS. RAYMOND MARKY
Honoraries... Student Houses... Clubs
Phi Beta Kappa
Mrs. Mary B. Alfriend
Dr. Charles W. Arnade
Mr. Stanley E. Asplund
Dr. William M. Barrows
Dr. Ramona Cruikshank Beard
Dr. Homer Augustus Black
Nathan S. Blount
Mrs. Louis S. Boggs
Dr. Irene Boliek
Dr. Ernest Borman
Dr. Ruth Schornherst
Mr. Reno W. Bupp
Dr. Grace Edith Cairns
Dr. Doak S. Campbell
Dr. Margaret V. Campbell
Mrs. Janeth T. Carpenter
Prof. John Elmer Champion
Mr. George Robert Clapp
Mrs. Charles S. Davis
Dr. Graydon S. DeLand
Dr. Ezda M. DeViney
Dr. William G. Dodd
Dr. Dorothy Dodd
Dr. Olivia N. Dorman
Dean Wilson K. Doyle
Dr. Ralph Drager
Mr. Corliss J. Driggers
Mrs. Richard Eide
Dr. James Watson Ellis
Mrs. R. L. Eyman
Mrs. Anita Kent Fleet
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
Mr. Herman Gunter, Sr.
Dr. Morion J. Hay
Mr. Elton F. Henley
Dr. Werner Herz
Dr. Dorothy L. Hoffman
Mrs. Katherine B. Hoffman
Mr. Donald Leslie Holroyd
Mr. Bents B. Howard
Dr. Marion D. Irish
Dr. Roy N. Jervis
Mr. Richard Joel
Dr. Michael Kasha
Dr. Winthrop Niles Kellogg
Dr. Lewis Martin Killian
Miss Olga Larson
Dr. Albert L. Leduc
Dr. John Edward Leffler
Dr. Kenneth Floyd McLaughlin
Mrs. Ralph McWilliams
Dr. M. Avramy
Mr. Jerry L. Miller
Miss Valda Mock
Mrs. Thomas Morrell
Dr. Myer Francis Nimkoff
Dr. Victor R. B. Oelschlager
Prof. Daisy Parker
Dr. Mary R. Parmenter
Dr. Malcolm B. Parsons
Honorable Claude Pepper
Dr. Robert Lee Plunkett
Dr. J. Russell Reaver, Jr.
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
Prof. Elmer Smith
Miss Nancy Warren Smith
Mr. Gordon Speed
Dr. Gerald Speisman
Mrs. Sore Srygley
Pres. Robert M. Strozier
Dr. Lynette Thompson
Mrs. Vincent Thursby
Dr. Lyman D. Toulmin
Dr. Burke Gorden Vanderhill
Dr. Hubert Odell Waldby
Dr. Francis R. Walton
Prof. William Watson
Dr. Betty M. Watts
Miss Miriam Wilson
Dr. Eunice Work
Richard G. Pittman, Jr.
President Dr. J. Russell Reaver, Jr.
Vice-President Prof. Daisy Parker
Secretary Miss Valdo Mock
Treasurer :. Dr. William Hudson Rogers
Phi Kappa Phi
President William P. Dillingham
Vice President H. Odell Waldby
Secretary Morion W. Block
Treasurer Keith Pitchford
Nelda C. Aldermon
Mary V. Alexander
Marian W. Black
Margaret V. Campbell
Milton W. Carothers
Martha G. Chapman
Dolores Frances Cosio
Charles S. Davis
Juonito de Vette
W. P. Dillingham
EIke E. E. Fronk
Azzurra B. Givens
Sarah Lou Hammond
Dorothy L. Hoffman
Evelyn Rebecca Jordon
Robert A. Kromhout
Kenneth D. Miller
Kotherine W. Montgomery
Allan Wilson Russell
Walter D. Smith
Gordon E. Speed
W. Hugh Stickler
Marion Cross Thompson
Mrs. J. B. Culpepper
Sara de Keni
R. L. Eymon
Hortense W. Glenn
Dwight B. Goodner
M. J. Nimkoff
Hazel T. Stevens
Judith Ann Abrams
Rita Ann Abrams
Jacqueline B. Bouder
Marie Motilde Hume
Martha Emily McGinnes
Mary Kotherine McKeown
Richard C. Pittmon
National Men's Leadership Honorary
President William Cullom
Vice President Hank McConn
Secretary Joe Plant
Treasurer Arnold Greenfield
One of the highest honors that con be paid
to a male student at Florida State University
is being chosen as a member of Omicron
High standards of character, scholarship,
fellowship and leadership in campus life are
the goals attained by the members selected
to receive the honor.
Mutual interest and understanding brings
members of the faculty and student body to-
gether in O.D.K.
Dr. Louis Killian
Dr. Chas. A. Rovetta
Dr, Edward D. Whittlesey
Dr. Charles S. Davis
R. R. Ogelsby
Mr. Joseph Plant
Dr. B. F. Buie
Pres. Robert Strozier
National Leadership Women's Honorary
To promote college loyalty, to advance the
spirit of service and fellowship among Univer-
sity women, to promote and maintain a high
standard of scholarship, to recognize and en-
courage leadership, and to stimulate and
develop a finer type of college woman, are the
purposes of Mortar Board.
Election to this honorary is one of the high-
est achievements for a university woman.
President Barbara Chambers
Vice President Jacque Bouder
Secretary Torchy Briscoe
Treasurer Sylvia Kearson
Mary Louise Peacock
First Row: Left to right: Don K. Lewis, Pat Wolfe, Jim IVlclntyre, Arnold Greenfield, Laird Anderson. Second
row: Bill Clendinen, Art Moore, Bill Cullom, Bob Murray, Bob Johnson, Dr. Flory.
Men's Leadership Honorary
Laird B. Anderson President
Jim Mclntyre Vice President
Pat Wolfe Secretary
Bill Cullom Treasurer
Cold Key is a local leadership honorary for men established in 1947 at
Florida State University. Its purposes ore to recognize leadership, scholarship
and service among male students, to organize as a unit for further service to
the university, to promote continued leadership among its members and to
foster service as a worthwhile goo! for all students..
President . Joyce Weatherup
Vice President Priscilla Moss
Secretary Barbara McCartney
Treasurer Barbara Chambers
Women's Leadership Honorary
The purpose of Garnet Key is to recognize women students for their out-
standing contributions of leadership, spirit and service to the University and
to promote those activities which foster the progress of the University.
FALL TAPS; Velma Ackerman, Pat Arrants, Jackie Bouder, Nancy J. Bowers, Carolyn Bell, Jerri Bradfield, Barbara Build, Ruby Combs, Ann Duncan,
Barbara Eissey, Sue Gunderson, Joan Harmon, Jackie Hailey, Pat Malseed, Cynthia Lawrence, Diane Latimer, Ann Kelley, Betty Hatton, Patsy Stewart,
Sue Shives, Carol Turpening, Ann Stickler.
First row, left to right: Jan Kaminis, Barbara Chambers, Joyce Weatherup, Priscilla Moss, Gayle Gardner, Nancy Worral, Pat Finlay. Second row: Lois
Charlesworth, B. S. Little, Linda Broderick, Molly Carroll, Polly Atwater, Evie Morris, Ada Leigh Wall. Third row: Torchy Briscoe, Sandra Rosenberg,
Ella Jo Billinsky, Barbara Hendrix, Barbara McCartney, Sarah Jane Griffin, Judy Ramsey. Fourth row: Sylvia Kearson, Barbara Burkhardt, Mary Louise
To the strains of "eii, eii, we're Mortified", members of this
organization are selected each spring. The bases of membership
are service, character, spirit, activities and leadership. Only the
scholarship requirement is lacking, hence the Mortified pin in the
shape of a dunce cap.
This year, Barbara Burkhardt, Czar and only officer of the
group, lead the elite membership in maintaining the traditional
activities of spontaneous parties and absolutely no meetings.
Rivalry with Mortarboard is spirited and fostered by the tra-
dition of tapping one less member in order to make itself the more
Left to right: Sue Ford, Barbara Burkhardt, Czar; Betty Faye Horner, Mc'A'ie Carroll, Sara Jane Griffin, Linda Broderick, Priscilla Moss, Barbara
Jean Little. Not pictured: Polly Atwater, Chris Ginocchio.
Mary Louise Peacock
Sara Jane Griffin
Don K. Lewis
^ Joyce Weatherup
Not Pictured: Barbara Burkhardt, Barbara Chambers, Phil Hunt
Bob Nellums, Ronnie Schomburger, Bill Weaver.
First row, left to right: N. Worral, J. Hunter, C. Perry, P. Lieb, S. Rowsey, E. Jopling, S. IViiller. Second row: L. Langston, S. Blumer, J. Brubaker,
B. Patton, P. Burnash, S. IVlatthews, C. Pohl, J. Blake. Third row: J. Garrett, B. Basten, E. Brock, M. Flesher, A. Houston, P. Wells, M. Banning,
L. Andrews, L. Thompson. Fourth row: J. Ramsey, N. Eraser, I\l. Kirby, S. Flory, M. Thompson, C. Cuppett, J. Powell, A. Bridges.
Freshman Women's Scholastic Honorary
Alpha Lambda Delta
President Sylvia Miller
Vice President June Garrett
Secretary Sonja Rowsey
Treasurer Sally Matthews
No mean feat, maintaining a 3.5 average during their freshman year quali-
fies women for membership in Alpha Lambda Delta.
Among its projects, this organization lists serving at the Dean of Women's
tea, setting up a window display of campus honoraries, maintaining an infor-
mation booth for incoming freshmen and transfers, and giving talks on
scholarship to freshmen women. In addition, "Alpha Lam" publicizes the
Alice Lloyd Crocker Fellowship for graduate study.
President Cappy Archibald
Vice President Dotty Hatton
Secretary Ann Williams
Treasurer Jill Jordan
Jean Sue Brubaker
Sandra Lee Carroll
Mary Louise Edwards
Barbara J. Johnson
Ada Anne Johnston
Lynn La Grange
Jo Margaret Parson
Caryl Ann Bodine
Merry June Jackson
Nancy R. Jones
Marilyn Lee Metz
Betty Jean Price
Left to right, first row: J. Grimsley, S. Westbrook, E. Laiidord, R. Weber. Second row: E. McCormick, IVl. Hair,
D. Dale, T. Westhafer, D. Grow, T. Keen. Not pictured: W. Whitehead, A. Ulmer, A. Woodhull, B. Smith, R.
Arnold C. Rozers, L. DuBroff, J. Haney, D. Smith, S. Lewis, P. Stoffragen.
President Sam Westbrook
Vice President Bill Smith
Secretary Ted Keen
Treasurer John Grimsley
Service Honorary for Men
Alpha Council is a Freshman-Sophomore leadership honorary established
on the Florida State University campus in 1952. Its purpose is to recognize
potential leadership ability and to develop and maintain interest in worth-
while University activities of the male students by bringing them into asso-
ciation with situations which will develop their leadership talents.
Among Alpha Council's projects are aiding the University's orientation
program, promoting the honor system and fostering school spirit.
Alpha Phi Omega is a national service fraternity established at Florida
State University in 1951. Its primary purpose is to render service to the
student body, the youth and the community.
The Used Book Exchange is the chief service project of APO, in addition
to such projects as the Ugly Woman and Ugly Man contests, an Easter Party
for retarded children, and acting as guides during Orientation Week.
Alpha Phi Omega
President Robert Dumke
First Vice President Jack Champion
Second Vice President Chuck Schwenk
Secretary Edward Kurjack
Treasurer Donald Zuchelli
Men's Service Honorary
Left to right, first row; K. Bryan, L. Brock, D. Cintron, D. Harris, J. Champion, IVliss Adams, R. Dumke, R. Sommer, C. Schwenk, D. Zuchelli. Second
row: W. Yeager, B. Kansky, V. Kaleta, C. Hughes, J. Baird, R. Rodgers, W. A.nderson, T. McKee, G. Smith, G. Young. Third row: J. Farr, J. Rogers, B.
Donalson, W. Richardson, R. Campbell, G. Cox, H. Euler, G. McCall, B. Yancey, T. McCall.
President _ Charles Blosch
Vice President Lee Knowles, Jr.
Secretary Merrimon T. Hipps, Jr.
Treasurer Virgil Nipper, Jr.
Kappa Kappa Psi
Band Honorary for Men
Sponsoring things seems to come naturally to members of Kappa Kappa
Psi; among the events under their jurisdiction are a pep rally dance, in con-
junction with the cheerleaders and Tau Beta Sigma; the Marching Chiefs
Banquet; and a Bond Weekend. Other projects include acting as host for
visiting bands which come to this campus and as a service organization for
the University Band.
Kappa Kappa Psi is a national honorary for men, established on the Florida
State University campus in 1955.
Left to right, first row: Dicl< Adams, Louis Verticfi, Lee Knowles, Charles, Blosch, Virgil Nipper, Frank Freedman, Ben Baldy. Second row: Dixon
Redditt, Carl B. Johnson, Phillip C. Posey, Mike Hipps, Raymond L. Revell, James Leone, Bob Reely, Terry Johnson.
Left to right, first row: Olivia Warley, Sandra Davis, Fedora Lewis, Lillian Olsen, Phyllis Shaddick, Carol Terpening, Patricia Turpin, Ellen Starbuck,
Patricia Stephens, Mary Lou Campbell, Frances Gray. Second row: Helen Clark, Jackie Hailey, Barbara Keesler, Carol Lambrecht, Meta Viol, Paula
Parsons, Charlotte Abney, Linda Bean, Joy Pate, Betty Lou Booth, Jackie Howard, Ellen Taaffe. Third row: Agnes Nearing, Nannie Christian, Liz Armes,
Alice Jean Christian, Florence Ashby, Charlene Chevalier, Patsy Lieb, Nancy Jacobs, Rosalie Mayward.
Band Honorary for Women
Tau Beta Sigma
President Carol Terpening
Vice President Pat Turpin
Secretary Phyllis Shaddick
Treasurer Ellen Starbuck
Boasting the largest chapter in the nation, Tau Beta Sigma, which arrived
in the FSU campus in 1955, will play host to the 1959 National Convention
in conjunction with Kappa Kappa Psi.
The purpose of this women's band honorary is to encourage musical inter-
ests and abilities in promoting band work among women students, to cooper-
ate with other musical organizations and to promote better band-student
Left to right: Dr. Don Michel, Dale Jensen, President; Dr. John Boda.
Phi Mu Alpha
Music Honorary for Men
Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, the men's music fraternity on campus, is devoted
to furthering the cause of good music. Working toward this goal from all
angles, a wide variety of musical functions were employed, some traditional
and some new this year. Together with Sigma Alpha Iota, Sinfornia sponsored
the Annual Campus Sing, and started the year with formal receptions for
visiting performers on the Artist Series programs. Evening concerts featuring
the works of American composers and of FSU student and faculty composers
were also sponsored.
On the informal side, a series of Sunday afternoon Coffee Concerts was
begun, which featured chamber music of all types in a relatively authentic
setting, the Longmire Lounge.
Left to right, first row: Jim Matson, Raymond Ravell, Dale Jensen, John Galea, Darrell O'Day, Dixon Redditt. Second row: Lonnie
Keene, Steve Kleid, John Bracewell, William Widener, Mike Hipps, Dick Lehmann, James Leone, Anthony Brittin. Third row: Charles
Towden, Carl Rosenbush, Jr., Jenneth Shannon, Jr., Maurice King, Lyman Hammond, Potter Woodbery.
Left to right, first row: Ellen Taaffee, Beth Bowen, Caria McKinney, Jackie Howard, Mary Lou Campbell, Alice Jean Christian, Barbara Krogland,
Ellen Shaw, Pat Turpin. Second row: Helen Dunn, Ruth McLester, Ethel Donaldson, Martha Baggett, Sandy Smith, Joan Jones, Sally Hukle, Judith
Linder, Nancy Carson. Third row: Kathryn Amoury, Aurelia Pitts, Lynnie Cavin, Lillian Olsen, Carol Terpening, Elaine Clark, Lorna Elder, Angela
Ambrosini, Jean Wicks, Frances Hankinson, Barbara Whittington, Anne Morse. Fourth row: Anne Folsom, Margaret Yeats, Nancy Keller, Barbara
Houston, Frances Ellinwood, Mary Rose, Okie Jones, Mary Barnett, Jessie Walker, Patsy Stephens, Kay MacLean.
Honorary Music Fraternity for Women
Sigma Alpha Iota
President Joan Jones
Vice President Phyllis Miller
Recording Secretary Sandra Smith
Corresponding Secretary Martha Baggett
Treasurer Sally Hukle
The wave of interest in part singing that grips the FSU campus every
spring is largely due to the fact the Sigma Alpha Iota sponsors, with Phi
Mu Alpha, the Annual Campus Sing. This project neatly corresponds with
one of SAI's main objectives — promoting music on campus; other objectives
are to provide an organization for professionally-minded women in the field
of music and for furthering their professional aims.
On the social side, Sigma Alpha Iota sponsors receptions, musicales, rush
parties for prospective members and an annual spaghetti supper.
President Howard P. Abel
Vice President Nancy Douglas
Recording Secretary Ann Kelley
Corresponding Secretary lone Perry
Treasurer Dr. Mildred Swearingen
Kappa Delta Pi
Education Honor Society
Howard P. Abel
Mrs. Carolyn Alderman
Mrs. Nelda C. Alderman
Samuel R. Alderman
Dr. Mary Virginia Alexander
Mrs. Frieda C. Barber
Mary Sue Barnette
Mrs. Eloise Berry
Dr. Marian Black
Dr. M. W. Carothers
Dr. E. W. Cason
Mrs. Thelma W. Coggins
J. Leon Coulter
Dr. H. A. Curtis
Dr. Harris Dean
Sara de Keni
Dr. Grace Fox
Nina Merle Gantt
Mrs. Evelyn Gray
Dr. Gifford Hale
Dr. Sarah Lou Hammond
Lucy G. Harrison
Dr. Marion Hay
Mrrs. Sara Jones
Dr. S. T. Lostmger
Raymond L. McCoy
Charles L. McKinney
Dr. Katherine W. Montgomery
Velma L. Moore
Mrs. Catherine Murphy
Dr. Glen E. Murphy
Gary W. Nahrstedt
Mrs. Perry Nicols
Dr. Edna Parker
lone Louise Perry
Lois L. Schnoor
Dr. Julio Schwartz
Sarah G. Sellers
Sutumn Y. Shannon
Mrs. Margaret Stickler
Dr. W. Hugh Stickler
Dr. Mildred Swearingen
William H. Taylor
Jennie L. Williams
Frances E, Wilson
Mary E. Wise
Mrs. Kathleen Witherspoon
Dr. Ralph L. Witherspoon
Mrs. Smelia Zunich
Nancy Jo Bowers
Mary Ann Coleman
President Jacqueline Bouder
Vice President Barbara Emmett
Secretory-Treasurer Joan Braden Sheppard
Recognition of leadership, scholarship and research in the field of home
economics is the primary function of Omicron Nu. To further this end,
scholarship awards are made to outstanding sophomores and juniors in this
field which are presented at an open meeting held in January.
Omicron Nu was founded on this campus in May, 1922, which date is
commemorated by an initiation dinner held annually in that month.
Home Economics Honorary
Left to right, first row; Sarah Oaks, Patty Smith, Barbara Emmett, Joan Coleman, June Hamilton. _ Second
row: Helen Richey, Hazel Stevens, Jacque Bouder, Ruth Connor, Anne Marie Erdman, Margaret Sandels.
Third row: Emma Whiteford, Jewel Golden, Eunice Grady, Ann Thompson, James Walters, Jane Shearer,
Hortense Glenn, Ruth Ferguson.
Left to right, first row: Robert Jones, Jane Salley, Mary Katherine McKeown, Julia Conkling, Nancy Jo Bowers, Claude R. Flory,
Second row: Polly Atwater, Jane Peeples, Evie Morris, Mrs. Sharon Moran, Joan Peaden, Ruth Andrews.
Sigma Tau Delta
President Mary Katherine McKeown
Vice President Robert Jones
Secretary Julia Conkling
Treasurer Barbara Johnson
Pi Mu Epsilon
President Bobby Sanders
Vice President A! LeDuc, Jr.
Secretary-Treasurer Richard Chandler
Left to right, first row: Louis Sica, Charles McArthur, Richard Chandler, Bobby Sanders, James W. Ellis. Second Row:
Paul McCarthy, A. S. Galbraith, H. C. Griffith, T. L. Wade, James E. Snover. Third row: Joe Meggers, G. W. Polites, H.
B. Mead, Eugene D. Nichols.
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Left to right, first row: Richard Joel, Victor IVlanuel, Ralph Peckham, Jim Ballard, Fehini Zeko, Bill McGlaughen, Ralph Bornheim. Second Row: Fred
Burgess, Shuford Futch, Bill Brennen, Ray Reinhardt, Ben Self, Charles Huut, Ralph Morgan, Jack Hopkins, Claude Grizzard, Jack Runnerson, Bill
Pace. Third row: Wade Crews, Pat Donnelly, Roger Herndon, Jack Wood, Bill Mills, William N. Monroe, Jr., Art Albrecht, Bill Grow, Rex Green.
Professional Advertising Fraternity for Men
Alpha Delta Sigma
Getting off to a great year, Alpha Delta
Sigma received a substantial boost when Pro-
fessor Richard Joel of the FSU chapter was
elected National President of the organization
during the summer.
Among its many activities, Alpha Delta
Sigma includes the publication of an alumni
newsletter, promotes Advertising Week, and
co-sponsors field trips to Atlanta and Jackson-
ville. Other projects devised to give the group
experience in the advertising field are the
selling and creating of advertising for the
FSU Student Directory and the presenting of
lectures and advertising education programs
at local high schools.
Left to right: Shuford Futch, Secretary-Treasurer; Art Albrecht, Vice President;
Rex Green, President.
President James Webb
Vice President Jack Terwilliger
Secretary Ed Legerton
Treasurer Wilbur Bashaw
Scabbard and Blade
Top brass in the Army ROTC program are the members of Scabbard and
Blade, whose purpose is to promote leadership among the members of the
corps. In order to further this end, awards are presented to those advanced
students showing the greatest improvement, and a "B" average in military
subjects is a prerequisite for membership.
Scabbard and Blade's co-sponsorship of the annual Military Ball with the
Air Force is one of the highlights of the campus social calendar. The event
features a top-name band and the crowning of the Military Boll Queen at
the end of the evening.
Left to right, first tnw: W. Wait, E. Legerton, J. Webb, G. Livingston. Ser.nnd row: T. Reitz, R. Fernandez, W. Swigert,
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Left to right, first row: Bill Grow, Bernard Kelly, Donald Ayres, Commander; Douglas Greene, Fred Burkhart, Rhon Carlton. Second row: Frank
Bryan, Robert Johnson, William Benner, David Hulse, Paul Hammond, Frank Sattler. Third row: Homer Harris, Pat Kelly, John Van Rysselberge,
Stuart Keith, David Reams, Richard Walker.
Air Force Honorary
Arnold Air Society
The wild blue yonder boys have in Arnold Air Society the highest honor
on Air Force ROTC cadet may achieve. The purposes of this organization
are to promote American citizenship in an air age; to advocate the support
of airpower; to further the purpose, mission, tradition and concept of the
United States Air Force as a means of national security; and to create a
closer and more efficient relationship within the Reserve Officers Training
These sky-minded cadets get their feet on the ground every spring with
the sponsorship of the Military Ball in conjunction with Scabbard and Blade,
an area convention and banquet, and the annual presentation of the Air
Power Speech Award.
Commander Donald Lewis Ayres
Executive Officer Stuart Keith
Adjutant-Recorder Robert Kerley
Comptroller John Von Rysselberge
Left to right, first row: Huey B. Long, James A. Cobbs, Gilbert Fernandez, David Harris, L. H. Johnson, George A. Lensen, Charles W. Arnade.
Second row: Reno W. Bupp, William M. Robinson, Jr., Richard A. Bartlett, V. S. Mamatey, Wallace Reichelt, Earl Beck, William Hair.
President David Harris
Vice President Gilbert Fernandez
President Betty Caldwell
Vice President Marlene Motouk
Secretary George Goldstein
Left to right, first row: Betty Caldwell,
Marlene Matouk, George Goldstein, Walter
Saric. Second row: Sue Powell, Reggie
Ivory, Steve Kleid, June Sillay, Barbara
Left to right, first row: Bar-
bara Bertolett, Dorothy Hoff-
man, Gilbert Fernandez, Mar-
jorie D Hingham, Matilde
Hume. Second row: Joan
Jones, Dr. Herberto Lacayo,
Dr. William Dillingham, Dr.
Graydon S. DeLand, Eleanor
National Spanish Honorary
Sigma Delta Pi
President Gilbert Fernandez
Vice President John Brown
Secretary Josephine Smith
Treasurer Mary Catherine McKeown
Alpha Epsilon Delta
President Robert Meigs
Vice President Rufus Jennings
Secretory Robert Whittier
Treasurer Stan Alford
Left to right, first row: R.
Meigs, A. Drunagel, R. Bailey,
R. Whittier. Second Row: R.
Tidwell, E. Heimer.
Left to right, first row: Janet Pearson, Tamara Webb, Roger Webb, Beverley Cude, Roberta Calvert. Second
row. Michael Plattis, Stan De Hart, Larry Block, Dr. Hartley Price, Don Preisser.
Thoroughly at home on such apparatus as high bar, tram-
poline, vaulting horse and still rings, members of Gymnastica
strive to keep themselves physically, mentally and socially in
A local honorary, organized in 1955, Gymnastica has as its
purpose the promoting and maintaining of an interest in gym-
nastics, the cultivation of on appreciation of sportsmanship
and the furthering of the development of gymnastics as a
sport on the FSU campus.
President Roger Webb
Vice President Chick Cicio
Secretary Gail MacDaniel
Treasurer Tamara Webb
President Ella Jo Bilinski
Vice President Douglas Stevens
Secretary Trudie Perry
Treasurer Donna Keith
Sigma Alpha Eta
Speech and Hearing Honorary
Student clinicians of Sigma Alpha Eta, speech and hearing honorary, will
find needed materials at their fingertips, as a result of the "therapy materials
room" which is the organization's project for this year. The necessary sup-
plies for this speech and hearing clinic are bought and collected by members
of the honorary in order to aid students in this field.
This relatively young organization, established on campus in 1956, has
as its purpose to create and stimulate on interest among college students in
the field of speech and hearing, and to encourage their professional growth
by providing learning experiences not offered in the formal course structure.
Left to right, first row:
D. Keith, L. Schendel, E. Bilinski, D. Stevens, F. Perry, A. Vaughn. Second row: 5. Flory, J. Dawson, D. Beatty, P. Fury,
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Pi Omega Pi
Business Education Honorary
President Doris Hustin
Vice President Ann Mayfield
Recording Secretary Betty June Bishop
Corresponding Secretary Helen Sparling
Nancy Ann Dittmon; Elaine Brewton; Doris Hustin; Marian
Baum; Florence Stewart; Carol Collins; Sandra Beese; Ann
Mayfield; Helen Sparling; Betty June Bishop; Clarissa As-
cando; Betty Jo Watford; Bobby Sue Clarkson; Penelope
Dr. Frank Dome; Mr. Elmer Schick; Mr. Milford D. Smith;
Miss Jane Kirk Bell; Miss Frances Wise; Miss Veronica
Chen; Mr. C. Miller; Mr. Ernest Miller; Mr. W. C. Richards;
Mrs. Carolyn Parrish; Mr. Howard Abel.
Phi Eta Sigma
President Melvin Peters
Vice President Stan DeHort
Corresponding Secretary James Shiver
Recording Secretary William Lindsey
Treasurer Donald Clark
Left to right, first row: Ernest Stoutamire, Melvin Peters, Stan DeHart, Granville Larimore, Bill Whitehead. Second row: James Bayfield, Bill Westen-
dick, Richard Heroux, Jack Lewis, Kin White.
First row, left to right: Ruth Fritchie, Toots Jones, Betty Jane Atl<inson, Ehnor Thompson, Jane Salley, JoAnne Smith, Joan Harmon, Dr. Royal H. Ray,
June Sillay, Pat Starnes, Helena Sinclair, Marlene Matouk, Carol Jo Lewis. Second row: Barbara Mentzer, Ginger Conner, Madge Strain, Janet Corlay,
Betty Otey, Lillian Congdon, Martha Hall, Phyllis Shaddick, Jo Ethel Sewell, Elsa Heckendorf, Suzie Fisher, Chris Fisher, Barbara Dozier, Jean MacLeod.
Third row: Charlet Poitevint, Betty Horner, Nancy Womer, Layte Bowden, Mary Beth Roberts, Valerie Chase, Eloise Baumer, Alice Turnbull, Cora Har-
grave, Betsy Wilson, Dixie Mackin.
Women's Advertising Honorary
Gamma Alpha Chi
Gamma Alpha Chi, women's national profes-
sional advertising honorary was established locally
in 1952. Its purpose is to provide a link between
its collegiate members and those engaged in prac-
tical advertising pursuits, to broaden and increase
the opportunities for women in advertising, and to
develop higher educational and professional stand-
ards wherever advertising is a factor.
FSU's Alpha Delta chapter received the A. P.
Phillips Award for outstanding work in the field of
advertising. It assists with the School of Business
Reception and the Job-Getting Seminar.
Joan Harmon President
JoAnne Smith Vice President
June Sillay Secretary
Jane Salley Treasurer
President Gibbs Miller
Vice President Russel Anderson
Secretary Franklyn Romeu
Treasurer Charles Wynn
In addition to "debit on the left; credit on the right" being
the first principle of accounting, these members of the Ac-
counting Honorary have the furtherance of some other prin-
ciples at heart. The organization endeavors to familiarize its
members with the recent changes and trends in accounting
procedure, with problems in professional examinations, with
the practical accounting field through visits to business es-
tablishments; and to promote a better understanding and
friendship among its members and the faculty of the Depart-
ment of Accountancy.
Left to right, first row: iVliss Luella Richey, Richard Possent, Elbert C. Bruner, Franklyn Romeu, Russell Anderson, Gibbs Miller, Charles M. Wynn,
John Champion, Edward Trembly, Earl Lee. Second row: Eldon Greene, Ralph Green, Ernest Williams, Everett Mowlen, William Gallups, Elbert Gentry,
Homer Black, Finley Belcher, De Witt Mathers, Thomas Rassey. Third row: E. Striegel, Harold Cummings, Davis Nelson, Berry Ray, Wallace Smith,
Left to right: Al Dubrott, T. A. Westhater, J. G. brimsley, C. F. Blount, T. W. Henderson, D. Wl. Dale, J. D.
Grow, A .D Parkman, H E. Reynolds, C. W. Shaeffer, W. J. Falrnington, H. C. Worthman, H. W. Matthews, D.
IV!. Montgomery, Major, USAF.
Air Force ROTC Honorary
Sigma Delta Psi
Men's Physical Education Honorary
Left to right: Charles Watson, Dr Hartley Price, Dr. Kenneth Miller, Joseph Gusic, Gale Toggle.
Lett 10 nyiil, sedted: Wdrreii Gerard, Prof. Earl Mcintyre, Dayton Roberts, Bill Watkins, Fehmi Zeko,
Charles Guthrie. Standing: Kim Xuto, Roger Burnham, Jim Reese, JoAnn Overstreet, Dan Stainer, Pete Hea-
garty, Bill Hemingway, Les Childs, Tom Sawyer.
Kappa Alpha Mu
President i Dayton Roberts
Vice President Bill Watkins
Secretary-Treasurer Fehmi Zeko
Adviser Prof. Earl Mcintyre
In one year on campus, Kappa Alpha Mu has compiled a comendable list
of achievements to its credit. Chief among these is the election of Dayton
Roberts to the office of National Vice President at the KAM convention last
spring. In addition, this photojournalism honorary has sponsored a showing
of "New Pictures of the Year", a traveling exhibit of the outstanding pic-
tures of 1957 collected by the National Press Photographers Association, and
an all-campus photo exhibit in the spring of 1958. Through projects such as
these. Kappa Alpha Mu endeavors to extend special recognition to persons
displaying outstanding talent for, and interest in, the field of ohotojournal-
ism and to promote achievement and advancement in that area.
Student Religious Groups
President Rosemary Yarr
Vice President Sue Lowell
Corresponding Secretary Arielou Johnson
Recording Secretary Phyllis Halsey
Treasurer Jill Jordan
The Christian Science Organization affords those so desiring an oppor-
tunity to learn about Christian Science, and serves to unite the Christian
Scientists at FSU in closer bonds of fellowship.
The Organization holds regular testimonial meetings every Thursday
evening, which are conducted by student readers and are open to the college
public. A study room is also maintained, in which all authorized Christian
Science literature may be read or borrowed, and a lecture is sponsored at
least once a year.
Left to right, first row: Mrs. Louise Crawley, Jill Jordan, Arielou Johnson, Rosemary Yarr, Sue Lowell, Phylhs Halsey, Phil Hunt, Leslie Lowel
Second row: Jan Pearce, Carol Hummel, David Koontz, Judy Sodler, Jeannine Talley, Mary Bell.
Episcopal St-udenf House
Senior Warden Mary Ann Benedict
Junior Warden Terryll Dear
Treasurer Bob Westbrook
Chaplain Rev. Harcourt Waller
Left to right, first row: Nancy Oexle, Mary Ann Benedict, Ethel Cal-
houn. Second row: Sam Westbrook, Nat Hobbs, Bob Westbrook. Not
pictured: Carolyn Griffen, Terrell Dear.
Left to right, first row: Faith Weiss, Ardis Ann Belaud, Ray Reinhardt, Delphia Johnson, Car-
olyn Clark, Lynette Harris. Second row: Margaret Sanz, Sheila Bibby, Dick Lehmann, Dennis
Lehmann, Rev. R. P. Lehmann, Sherry Brown, John Leese.
Lutheran Student Association
President Cassie Love
Vice President Raymond Liebau
Secretary Delphia Johnson
Treasurer Raymond Reinhardt
Left to right, first row: John Speranza, Charlotte Beckley, Margaret Toney, Carolyn Mahoom, Lynne Daniel, Tom Christoff, Georgiana Jaynes, Patricia
Carroll. Second row; Jacqueline Jacoves, Joann Since, Mary Lou Snook, Mary Moran, Bill Westendick, Robert Schlitt, Fran Petee, John Guernsey, Anna
Clare Flynn, Ella Jo Bilinski. Third row: Father Condren, Pat Pachler, Janet Coukart, Barbara Fappiano, Beryl Miller, Edward Freelore, Frank Miceli,
Dick O'Brien, Joe Gusic, Jerry Samberg, Richard Stafiej, David Akey, Brenda Brady, Barbara Ullrich, Rose Marie Esposito. Fourth row: Louis Vertich,
Paul Dennis, Albert Latina, James Scaglione, John Huton, Herb Gould, Dick Bain, Pat Mullin, Bob Hicks, James Leone, Louis Cass, Louise Cuss, Dick
Fentor, Bob Pittelkow.
Catholic Student House
President Bill Westendick
Vice President Bob Schlitt
Secretary Mary Moran
Treasurer Fran Petee
The Newman Club is a Catholic club that fosters the spiritual, intellec-
tual and social interests of the Catholic Students at FSU, aided through the
Bishop and Diocese, the work of the Roman Catholic Church, This organiza-
tion is a member of the Southeastern Province of the National Newman Club
Left to right, first row: Nancy Beth Heacock, Jane Lewis, Lois Chariesworth, Pat Wolfe, Barbara Eissey, Nancy Worrall, Karl Oakley,
Becky Hollady. Second row: Jo Ethel Sewell, Marilyn Harris, Liz Armes, Betty Hatton, Ken Bryan, Dottie Hatton, John Waring, Pat Snipe,
Sandra Reese, Edith Hansen, Annette Peel, Gerri Hancock, Anna Lois Clark, Rev. Austin Hollady.
Methodist Student Group
President Pat Wolfe
Vice President Barbara Eissey
Secretary Lois Chariesworth
Treasurer Karl Oakley
Left to right, first row; Pat Snipe, Ken Bryan. Second row: Janet Persons, Jo Ethel Sewell, Carmen O'Neal, Sally Matthews, Sandra Reese, Jane Morris,
Nancy Worrall, Bobbie Pidgeon, Laura Murrell. Third row: Marion Winchester, Gerri Hancock, Peg Whittier, Betsy Coleman, Virgil Austin, Jamie Conner, Clay
Conley, Walter Saric, Jan Chadwick, Bryan Nichols, Brenda Jugger, Edith Hansen, Brooks Dean, Annette Peel, Joan Moore, Margaret Hodges.
Left to right, first row: Judy Chambliss, Pat McRae, Kay Davis, Sarah Jane Griffin, Al Godwin, Jean Reynolds, Mildred Stewart.
Second row; Eleanor Sweatt, Karl Mohr, Rodney Chabot, Bruce Brown, Sandy Burns. Third row: Pat Arrants, Jack Taylor, Monty
Gillham, Judy Watkins, Ann Stickler.
Presbyterian Student Group
President Sarah Jane Griffin
Vice President Al Godwin
Secretary -Treasurer Frank Butterfield
Director Miriam Wilson
Baptist Student Union
The Baptist Student Union serves as a link or tie between
the Baptist students and the local church or churches in the
college center. It is, in turn, the church at work reaching out
to the students.
President Velma Ackerman
Enlistment Vice President Key Bishop
Social Vice President ^ Carolyn Clark
Devotional Vice Presidents Sula Wilson,
Stewardship Vice President Ken Watkins
Promotional Vice Presidents Gloria Payne,
Secretary Mary Alice Croft
President James Julian
Vice President — Eugene Stivender
Secretary Charles Richardson
Treasurer George Peacock
Master of Rituals Bill Ryan
Deputy Councilor Mr. Jack Dobson
Alpha Kappa Psi
Professional Business Fraternity
Business before pleasure is a maxim which does not always hold true,
even to members of a professional fraternity in this field. As a result, mem-
bers of Alpha Kappa Psi maintain a full calendar of events with such pro-
jects and activities as sponsoring field trips, assisting with the reception of
the School of Business, holding an annual weekend, monthly banquets, co-
sponsoring the Job-Getting Seminar, and participating in University Home-
Members of this fraternity are pledged to uphold and maintain scientific
research in the fields of commerce, accounts and finance; to educate the
public to appreciate higher ideals therein; to promote and advance, in insti-
tutions of college rank, courses leading to degrees in business administra-
tion; and to further the individual welfare of its members.
Left to right, first row; J. Julian, R. Wilson, P. Sarris, J. Ewing, E. Schich, W. Weale, J. Dodson, L. Gledhill, B. Brown, B. Ryan, R. Ruthen. Second
row: J. Riley, L. Brock, J. Moffa, L. Levy, H. Kirby, C. Lewis, G. Stikelether, J. Dial, G. Clarkson, T. Barnes, C. Richardson, S. Chudnofsky, C.
Lockhart, E. Weatherby, G. Peacock, E. Stivender, B. Green. Third row: D.
T. Smith, D. Abbott, J. Bradford, L. Powell, P. Bryant, I. Glisson, K. Abbott, A. Baldwin, S. Simpson.
Mutt, J. Beegle, J. Joiner, H. Cummings, J. Clark, W. Schwebel, J. Dawson,
Officers, left to right: E. Stivender, G. Pea-
cock, C. Richardson, J. Julian, B. Ryan.
Faculty members, left to right: Prof. Dod-
son, Prof. Ewing, Prof. Schick, Prof. Harter.
First row: left to right; Robert Hamner, Steve Sawicki, William Dockter, Jr., Charles Holmes, Gordon Merims, Elbert Gentry, Richard Fenton.
Second row; William King, Edwardo Hilgert, Bob Muse, Carroll Barwick, Paul Jula, Joseph Osborne, Bruce Woodruff, Richard Nelson, Robert
Schlitt. Third row: John Champion, Lamar IVIassey, Robert Sisrtunk, Kenneth Davis, Frank Romeu, Claude Grizzard, John McManus, Jim Snowden,
Robert Abel, Vincent IVIcCarthy.
Professional Business Fraternity
Delta Sigma Pi
Delta Sigma Pi is an international professional business fraternity estab-
lished on the Florida State campus in 1949. Its purpose is to foster the study
of business in the university, to encourage scholarship, social activity and
the association of students for their mutual achievement by research and
practice and to promote closer affiliation between the commercial world and
students of commerce. Activities of this group include an annual Rose Dance,
monthly dinner meetings with outstanding speakers and field trips to various
President Paul N. Jula
Vice President Joseph Osborne
Secretary H. Carrol Barwick
Treasurer I - Robert Muse
Left to right, first row: Barbara Watson, Jeanyne Herring, Rosemary Stamback, Patty IVlickey, Mary Little, Ginny White, Sonie Underwood, Joyce
Dopko, Judee Cole, Paulette Durgin, Mary Catherine Buce. Second row: Sara Hobbs, Rosanne Kalil, Carolyn Griffin, Angela Williams, Cathy
Gryder, Shirley Kelly, Loretta Garcia, Martha Stewart, Dede Lingo, Jean Gilliam.
Women's Dance Honorary
President Ginny White
Vice President Sonie Underwood
Secretary Patty Mickey
Treasurer Mary Little
President Gordon Davis
Vice President Wallace Yeager
Secretary Bill Ryan
Treasurer Jim Arnold
Social Dance Fraternity
Left to right, first row: N. Morar, B. McKelvin, C. Show, M. Guerra, J. Arnold, W. Yeager, G. Davis, B. Ryan, R. Bynum, F. Ford, T. Ramsey, R. Noble,
F. Bennett. Second row: J. Hurley, D. Talmon, B. Halloway, G. Keeney, J. Colee, R. Charles, C. Henderson, i. Glisson, W. Brown, W. Wright, A.
Abramson, J. Giliard, S. Lamza, D. Taylor, J. Del Vecchio, H. Curci, R. Sikes
President Mrs. Jackie Walker
Vice President _ Mrs. Pat Dorsey
Secretary Mrs. Elsie Dunn
Treasurer Mrs. Martha Lisle
Student Wives Organization
"Putting Hubby Through" is the idea that unites this
group of student wives in the Dames Club, This national
social organization provides social and cultural diversion
for the members and encourages friendship among wives
Left to right, first row: Bobbie Wall<er, Joanne Johnson, Yvi Fernandez, Gerry Crawford, Barbara Self, Diane Ryan, Pat Dorsey, Jackie Walker, Martha
Lisle, Ginger Williams, Patt West, Marguerite Kessler, Suzanne Weathers, Mary Palazzo. Second row: Alice Bryant, Doris Smith, Barbara Genders,
Maedelle Walker, Betty Paul, Carole Piatt, Karen Brown, Margaret Gentry, Joann Chastain, Joyce Westmark, Ruth Brassard, Eleanor Haley, Mickey Stike-
lether, Barbara Seddon, Watfie Sebree. Third row: Barbara Rathbun, Georgianne Capell, Willia Steele, Johnnie Green, Barbara Payne, Jean Holton,
Cathy Nobels, Marilyn Smith, Norma Jean Cross, June Fell.
Left to right, first row: Dave Conley, Jan Piper, Phil Sarris, Harold Coleman, Arthur Powell, Second row: John Armel, Lenny Tylka,
William Docktor, Norman Raymond, Oscar Brightfield, Boyce Phillips.
Restaurant and Hotel Management Club
President Lonnie Blaine
Vice President Phil Sarris
Secretary Jack LeGrand
Treasurer Jan J. Piper
Going international this year, Scullions members have prepared and served
authentic Hawaiian and English dinners in settings of the proper atmosphere
and have prepared and served a United Nations dinner to the local Junior
Women's Club. Keynoting their social events was the annual Christmas
Dance held shortly before the holidays.
The purpose of Scullions to to develop a unified spirit in its members;
to satisfy the needs of students and alumni; and to support and initiate pro-
jects which will further their interest of a common goal in academic, social
and professional fellowship.
Left to right, first row: Joyce Combs, Patti Hackett, Pat Starnes, Toots Jones, Joan Harmon, Norma Brown, Judy Del<le, Meredith Martin, Katherine
Ball, Barbara Hendrix. Second row: Sarah Jane Griffin, Toni Hagar, Martha Douglas, Linda Rollins, Jackie Stecker, Dorothy Goodwin, Nancy Key,
Maralyn Teare, Barbara Bishop, Malinda Dixon, Mary Bowen. Third row: Sharon Watkins, Vicky Walter, Kay Davis, Sharon Walter, Beverly Brown, Sara
Clardy, Arva Moore, Jan Hinson Foss, Patty Mickey, Mary Monroe, Ruth Shuman, Nancy Person, Jackie Scud, Lynn La Grange, Sandy Calhoun, Barbara
Emmett, Mary Beth Roberts.
President Jeani Kitchens
Vice President — Dorothy Goodwin
Secretary Nancy Key
Treasurer - Jackie Stecker
Poise, personality end attractiveness are the attributes that
qualify freshmen and transfer women for membership in Vil-
lage Vamps. The organization acts as the official hostesses
for the University by welcoming visiting groups to the campus,
serving at various receptions and teas, and by ushering at
Speech Productions and Artist Series programs. Pledges are
tapped each fall and are officially presented at the annual
President Barbara Emmett
Vice President Nancy Buchann
Secretary Jean Permenter
Treasurer j Vicki Walters
The Student Fashion Institute is a student organization
whose object is to provide a professional interest group for
those interested in fashion, to make available facilities to
meet the educational needs of the group, to assist the univer-
sity as a whole, and to participate in all other aspects of
fashion. Each year this group presents a fashion show on
"Fashion Day" and sponsors the Campus Modeling Squad.
First row, left to right; Stephanie Gunderson, Dolores Lafferty, Susan Fehlberg, Claire Brightwell, Thelma Peabody, Barbara Emmett, Elsa Heckendorf,
Ruth Skacil, Helen Mathis, Barbara Hamlet, April Lee. Second row: IVIartha Erwin, Kathy Ryan, Judy Palmer, Patty Hoover, Kay Desmond, Gretchen
Bartlett, Jeanel Fordyce, Sally Pigman, Ann O'Neill, Francine Coffey, Audrey Flohe, Susan Andrews, Jackie Bird. Third row: Martha Frazier, Carol
Singley, Alice Lipthrott, Joy Cocchi, Ann Nielsen, Clarice Cook, Ruth Strickland, Jan Dawson, Marion Helbring, Carolyn Clark, Valerie Chase, Isabel Johnson.
Contrary to popular belief, Soltas is not a lan-
guage organization. The name is derived as an ab-
breviation of School of Library Training and Sci-
ence, now officially the School of Library Science.
Soltas members have an active year through such
projects as playing hosts to library science conven-
tions in this area, previewing the University film
series each Tuesday night, sponsoring the annual
Christmas party with the Library School faculty,
and maintaining and enjoying their new lounge
in the basement of the University library.
President Carleton Thaxton
Vice President Betty York
Secretary Josephine Frczier
Treasurer Al Pratt
Library Science Club
Left to right, first row: N. Wheomer, D. Young, H. Mal<i, J. Fulton, W. Quimbly, Dean Shores, J. Frazier, C. Thaxton, B. York, G. Corbeau, A, Pratt,
F. A. Rockwood, S. Quittle, J. demons, C. DelVloully. Second row: J. Williams T. Simpson, C. Jupeniaz, E. Urban, R. Ellis, M. Hoole, W. Hunsburger,
P. Skinner, H. Danford, N. Oexle, E. Pace, M. Suydam, E. Cowart, L, Savoy, V. Menaher, M. F. Horn, A. Solomons, T. M. Talbott, M. A. Hunt.
Left to right, first row: Y. Gartman, C. Clarke, B. Clubbs, D. Hustin, G. Adair, C. Abney, A. Flahe, E. Lucy, N. Jacobs, B. Wilson, U. Sacl<hoff, J. Andre.
Second row; S. Howard, S. Warren, B. Watford, J. Powell, N. Johnson, S. Irvin, C. Stoker, H. Barrineau, S. Brown, G. Byrd, D. Burr, A. Nearing, C.
Pinckard. Third row: M. Baum, J. Fralic, M. Snook, C. Andrews, B. iVIcDonald, M. Walker, P. Appleby, S. Powell, M. Carr, J. Lewis, M. Wilson, D.
Women's Professional Business Frot-ernity
Phi Chi Theta
President Charlotte Abney
Vice President Audrey Flohe
Secretary Gwen Adair
Treasurer Doris Huston
Phi Chi Theta is a national business fraternity
which promotes the cause of higher business edu-
cation and training for all women; fosters high
ideals for women in business careers; encour-
ages fraternity and cooperation among women
preparing for such careers, and stimulates the
spirit of sacrifice and unselfish devotion to the
attainment of such ends.
President Georgia Sampson
Vice President Betty McCuskey
Recording Secretary Jean Bowen
Corresponding Secretary Doris Nelson
Treasurer Carole Leap
Among the purposes of the Student Nurses
Association ore the promotion of professional
and social unity within the membership; the
presentation of an opportunity to discuss stu-
dent problems; preparation for participation
in the professional nursing organizations; and
the encouragement of participation in student
nurses associations on the state and national
Left to right, first row: Barbara Chaffin,
Billie Gamble, Loida Velasquez Richardson,
Ann Linthicum, Malinda DuBose, Suzanne
Forsee, Marilyn Shealey, Glenda Moore,
Sally Cole. Second row: Roberta Green,
Ann Blanton, Shirley Miller, Patti Wilson,
Beverly Gletson, Rosemary Garner, Janet
Boswell, Barbara Hammer.
Left to right, first row: Judith Moore,
Nancy Abbott, Judi Vetter, Sarah Jean
Bradley, Phyllis Linda Hering, Martha Lou
Fesperman, Jane Buller. Second row: Alma
Lowe, Margaret Whittle, Doris Nelson, Carole
Leap, Elizabeth McCuskey, John Speranza,
Georgia Sampson, Jeanette Bowen, Sue Mar-
cotte, Delores Lucas, Miki Yoder. Third
row: Marianna Cowie, Majorie Brown, Bek
Wester, Susan Klein, Carolyn Newsom, Rae-
nid Perkins, Martha Ballew. Fourth row:
Sandra Gilbert, Patsy Lieb, Cathlyn McClain,
Sheila Bibby, Joyce Fletcher, Barbara Han-
son, Helen Barberree, Kay Lippincott, Tim-
mie Perkins, Cynthia Woolson, Bobby Loper,
Left to right, first row: IViary
Ann Weaver, Pat Spiva, Don-
ald Bridges, Theodore Smith,
Robert Bolt, Jack Gowan,
Kay Lloyd. Second row: Rich-
ard Corson, James E, Dillin-
ger, Byron Wambles.
President Bob Bolt
First Vice President Andy Beverly
Second Vice President Ted Smith
Secretary Brad Southerlond
Treasurer Jock Kidd
President Ann Duncan
Vice President Pat Turpin Music Educators National Conference
Secretary Beth Bowen
Treasurer Jean Johnson
Left to right, first row: Judy Chambliss, Joy Pate, Aurelia Pitts, Ann Duncan, Pat Turpin, Jeri Bradfield, Mary Rose. Second row: Katherine Allen, Katherine
Crews, Jessie Wall<er, Frank Miceli, Edward Dobson, Barbara Krogaind, Frances Ellinwood, Irvin Lipscomb.
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First row, left to right; Susan Wood, Elena Sagalowitz, Janet Ray, Sara Pilcher, Nancy Grouse, Gisella Wolters, Christina Oliveira, Sushila Rangnekar,
Maria Inez Rumayor, Graciella Rumayor, Jessie Branscomb. Second row; J.udy Buckley, IVIarina Astorga, Adele Meissner, Marge Jenson, Marlies Kroneg-
ger, Kay Pieper, D.R.K. Murty, Gloria Meltzer, Jean Newton, Karri Norpech, Sue Shields, Ann Duncan. Third row: Hans Plendl, Suvitya Yingvorapunt,
Duan Bunnag, Sugit Yensuang, Chalern Singaneti, Don Hayes, Domingo R. Cintron, Edvardo Hilgert, Ramesh Bhatnagar, Felix Blanco, Jaiyalapho Chetana,
Murshedul Huq, Modesto Martinez. Fourth row: Shiroma Michio, Lai Mukherjee, Marcial V. Lavina, Chu Ying-Shai, Chuan Chieh Shen, Bela Balcsik,
Akella N. Sastry, Nakamura, Swamy, Kiatibasn Xuto.
D. R. K. Murty President
Ken Xuto Vice President
Nina Esquivel Secretary
Taiichi Iketani Treasurer
A miniature United Nations on the FSU campus has its focal point
in the International Students Club. Here students from such varied
homelands as Korea, Thailand, India, Germany and South America
come together for fellowship and to exchange ideas.
Social activities include coast parties in early fall and late spring;
the International Christmas party, on annual affair; and the decoration
and entering of a float for the Homecoming Parade.
Plans are now underway for an International Students House to be
built on campus during the coming year. The House will serve as dormi-
tory quarters and a social center for the students from abroad.
President Phyllis Shaddick
Vice President Cherry Corbin
Secretary Betty Ann Henley
Treasurer Mary Jane Hodges
Left to right, first row: Sara Chestang, Florrie Roberts, Mary Elizabeth Newbert, Mar-
garet Hodges, Rose Marie Pratt, Laura Murrell. Second row: Elva Sears, Cherry Corbin,
Phyllis Shaddick, Betty Ann Henley, Mary Jane Hodges, Emily Wilson. Third row: Lydia
Cordoba, Anna Lois Clark, Frances McKinney, Katherine Garnett, Ann Thompson, Ann
Rykard, Carolyn Bell, Bonnie Shuman.
Four H Club
Men's Physical Education Majors
Left to right, first row: James De Cosmo, Earl Rosier, Joseph Gusic, Donald Preisser, Kenneth Miller. Second
row: Roger Webb, Charles Watson, James Casteel, Ed Boyack, Gale Tuggle, Claude Hilton.
President Joseph Gusic
Vice President _ Thomas Garcia
Secretary Casper Cicio
Treasurer Richard Howser
Fust rov«, ieti to right: Betty Bush, Pohy Heyv.dia, Jackit Bird, Nellie Dickson, Martha Grizzard, Pat Malseed, Sylvia Ann War-
ren, Lucy McDaniel, Holly Chapman. Second row: Patsy Call, Danna Baird, Carolyn Bell, Dottie Hatton, Nan Chamberlain, Darlene
Fordham, Harriet Hiers, D. Darwick. Third row: Betty Ann McGowan, Cappy Archibald, Sandra Lambur, Lanara Stewart, Connie
Yeaton, Ella Mae Miller. Not Pictured: Mollie Carroll, Sue Ford, Linda Broderick, Joan Cascone, Jean Marshick, Ginny White.
Women's 'T" Club
Martha Grizzard President
Pat Molseed Vice President
Dot Holland Recording Secretary
Jackie Bird Treasurer
The purpose of the Women's "F" Club is to cooperate with the Women's
division of the University Recreation Association in promoting women's ath-
letic activities, and to contribute to the development of high ideals and uni-
versity spirit among the students on the campus.
"F" Club also renders services to the University and the community
through many projects, some of which are Homecoming decorations of the
gates, fountain and queen's float; Christmas party for the underprivileged
children; a serenade for old folks' homes and hospitals; box supper for Cam-
pus Chest; and the Hungarian Student Fund Raising Project.
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President Diane Latimer
Secretary Mary Sue Barnett
Treasurer Mary Ann Lassiter
First row, left to right: Sarah Lou Hammond, Carolyn Steele, Barbara McCartney, Diane Latimer, Mary Ann
Lassiter, Betty Sue Graham. Second row: Selby Allen, Dottle Kay Summers, Ann Kelly, Barbara Emmett,
Frances Hearn, Mary Margaret Andrews, Ann Key, Allene Bridges. Third row: Kay Sue DeCubellis, Jackie Bird,
Barbara Stang, Jennie Lind Williams, Mary Bowen, Helen Hall, Ann Bolton.
Association for Childhood Education
Social Work Club
Left to right, first row: Judy Bryson, Tantris Bledsoe, Pat Manning, Maxine Hannon, Bert Benoit, Ruth
Hammond, Judy Lehan. Second row: W. Leep, Mary Lou Yearth, Julie Ingram, Edwin Bowers, Cathlyn Mc-
Cain, Susan Strock, Sue Massey, Robert Lansdale.
Left to right: Jackie Soud, Campaign Manager; Mattox Hair,
Acting Chairman; Timmie Perl<ins, Secretary, IVlonty Gillham, Pub-
licity Chairman. Not Pictured — John Howard, Chairman Pro Tern;
Patsy Steward, Treasurer; Helen Moore, Corresponding Secretary.
John Howarci Chairman
Mattox Hair Vice Chairman
Timmie Perkins Secretary
Patsy Stewart Treasurer
Gerry Gordon Presicient
Bill Wright Vice President
June Sillay Recording Secretary
Pat Morley Corresponding Secretary
Kate Ramsey Treasurer
First row, left to right: Nancy Denham, Kate Rdin^e^, June Sillay,
Patty Marley. Second row: Graham Teschke, Bill Wright, Gerry
Gordon, Phil Knight.
Synchronized Swimming Club
President - Meta Viohl
Vice President Pat Malseed
Secretary Natalie Hobbs
Treasurer Jean Newton
The south of the border theme caught the foncy of Tarpon
members this year as they presented their spring production
called "Mexirama." A combination of water ballet and acqua-
cade, Tarpon's show consists of student produced sketches, rou-
tines and settings.
Tarpon strives to develop and encourage greater swimming
skill among its members, and to generate interest in synchron-
ized swimming among the FSU student body.
Left to right, first row: K. Kops, P. iVIalseed, M. Viohl, Miss G. Smith, J. Newton, N. Hobbs, S. Brown. Second
row: iVI. Duke, A. Elvery, B. Sharp, E. Friel, V. Reynolds,C. Archibald, J. IMewson, J. Wood, J. Mims, P. Morley, i..
Leeger, Third row; M. Moras, J. Bird, M. Strain, L. Mc-Daniel, T. Perkins, C. Bell, D. Hatton, L. Strickland, l\l.
Majors in Baking Science comprise the membership
of the FSU Bakers Club. The purpose of this organiza-
tion is to improve the interest of its members in the de-
velopments in the field, to promote good fellowship and
to increase the members' knowledge of the baking in-
dustry, its arts and sciences.
President Paul Wright
Vice President Roy Wynne
Secretary-Treasurer Sam Chudnofsky
F. S. U. Bakers Club
Left to right, first row: Dr. Bayfield, Gerald Cigarran, Charles Savage, Roy Wynn, Paul Wright, Sam Chudnofsky, Searle Selmon. Second
row: R. P. O'Brien, Paul Jones, Bill Whitehead, Ronald Smith, James J. O'Brien, Robert West, Dr. Rumsey. Third row: William Keogh,
Stanley Sawicki, Pat Burkwall, Albert Voll, Wendell Hughes, Carl Koppeis. Fourth row: Marvin Garrett, John McManus, Edgar Fields,
Jack Schuster, Gerald Hendrix. Fifth row: Charles Stone, Donald Penn, Raymond Lewis, Jr., Richard Frink, Michael Mitchell, James
Millward, Don Noot.
Left to right, first row: IVlarilyn Johannes, Annette Peel, Ruth Ivey, Carolyn Bell, Ruth Fritchie, Fredna Haas, Jean Williams, Laura IVlurrell, Florrie
Roberts, Helen Clark, Nadine Kirby. Second row: Mrs. Ruth Ferguson, Yvonne Grigsby, Barbara Ullrich, Jackie Hutto, Frances McKinney, Nancy
DeFore, Lola Johnson, Emily Umstead, Ruth Davis, Bettie Groover, Rosemary Stainback, Lydia Cordoba, Barbara Dozier, Rachel Tyler, Mrs. Penalis.
Third row: Carol Hendricks, Ruth Skacil, Abbie Fain, Jane Morris, Betts DeHart, Mary Davis, Valerie Chase, Mary Hodges, Connie Jeffers, Emily Wilson,
Eleanor Cain, Betty Herden, Barbara Mentzer.
President Fredna Haas
Vice President Ruth Fritchie
Secretary Jean Williams
Treasurer Laura Murrell
Picnics highlighted the year for members of the Home Economics Club, as
they started off with a fall freshman picnic and ended in the spring with an
outing in honor of the seniors. Between times, the members were occupied
with such projects as the editing of a Home Economics Journal, serving at the
Faculty-Student Tea, and the planning of a Student-Faculty-Family Christ-
The Home Economics Club endeavors to develop and promote interest in
the aspects of its field and to foster good student-faculty relationships.
Left to right, first row: J. Minis, i\l. Young, J. Morrison, E. Cousson, B Eiigert, G. Allard, Dr. Lasstinger, J. Peaden. Second row: V. Gunn, E. Rodgers,
J. Bartlett, J. Robison, J. Matthews, N. Kirby, N. Boyle, M. Milmore,
State Scholarship Holders
President Raymond McCoy
Vice President Louie Bashaw
Secretary Beverly Ingram
Treasurer Emily Cousson
Far from trying to corner the market in "B" averages, State Scholarship
Holders offer tutoring services in a variety of subjects to students seeking
help. Aside from this, members keep busy with a Girl Scout club for retarded
children and a project that compares the results of high school senior place-
ment tests and college junior culture tests with the scores made by students
Officers. Left to right: J. Kruse, Miss Agnes
Johnson, IVl. Sweeting, iVI. Palazzolo, J. Golden,
B. Swartz, E. Newman, J. Powell, R. Wood.
Student Education Association
President Joe Kruse
Vice President Marlene Palazzolo
Secretary Eleanor Newman
Treasurer Ron Wood
Members. Left to right, first row: A. Bolton, B. Montgomery, M. Heinz, M. Ellerbe, I. Johnson, C. Nelson, S. Stevens, A. Parker, E.
Beasley, P. Winters, J. Persons. Second row: A. Frick, E. Walden, N. Kelley, B. J. Williams, G. Johnson, J. Gaveiek, P. Herrington, B.
Henderson, N. Trimble, R. Nelms. Third row: G. Smith, P. Reid, M. Dreadin, M. Betts, B. Shuman, S. Hughes, Y. Grigsby, L. Woods, M.
Dotson, S. Mims, S. Chestang, D. Schnupp. Fourth row: E. Raynor, D. Ayala, M. Stephens, M. Campbell, A. Jackson, R. Kienzle, J.
Robinson, H. Neumann.
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Left to right, first row: F. S. McGee, Cecil Demille, Gary Kissenger, Juanita Gibson, Dayton Roberts, John Buechner, Bette Holloway, W. V. Holloway,
H. F. Snuggs. Second row: Dodd Southern, Robert Gili<ison, Richard Bain, Martin Gainer, Odell Waloby, John Crowell, R. K. Tengsted, L. F. Blitz, Harry
Green, Samuel Round, Carl Blackwell.
American Society for
President Dayton Roberts
Secretory-Treasurer Gary Kissinger
Faculty Sponsors Juanita Gibson
Guest speakers highlighted the meetings of the
American Society for Public Administration this year.
Among those who treated the various fields of public ad-
ministration were Mallory Home, Leon County Repre-
sentative to the State Legislature, who spoke on revision
of the State Constitution, and Herschell Snuggs, City
Manager of Thomasville, who treated the profession of
city management. The meetings were followed by ques-
tion and answer periods during which members of the
ASPA could obtain specific information from men expe-
rienced in their fields.
President Felix Blanco
Vice President Gilbert Fernandez
Secretary-Treasurer Barbara Leper
Left to i-ight, first row: D. Ayala, B. Loper, L Fernandez, F. Blanco, Dr. Lacayo, M. Dancy, C. Spoto, N. Perez. Second row; E. Sagalo-
witz, A. Rowe, A. Ritchie, F. Davila, K. Pieper, D. Cintron, C. Lundt, IVl. Sessions, L. Garcia, G. IVleltzer, L. Garcia.
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Artist Series... Homecoming...
Soapbox Derby... Circus... Gymkana
A study in forms develops in a vase collec-
tion from the University Museum.
University Museum and Gallery
The Western Hemisphere, subject of one of the ex-
hibits, catches the attention of Eleanor Sweatt.
Primitive tools of Florida's early inhabitants make
up one of the Museum displays.
Outstanding exhibitions in art and anthropology
are featured each year by the University Museum
and Gallery above the Seminole Club. This year,
displays ranged from ceramics and the Western
Hemisphere cultures to a showing of Dutch mas-
terpieces from the Ringling Collection and an ex-
hibit of paintings produced by artists in the Talla-
hassee area. Other art shows included the works
of the art faculty, art students and sketches of
Progressive harmonies marked the ATO-sponsored concert of the Four Freshmen
Student Artist Series
Playing to SRO for two performances during the
same evening, the Four Freshmen delighted both
audiences with their close harmony and easy going
style. Their appearance was made possible by the
Alpha Tau Omega fraternity, which donated the
proceeds of the concert as their annual charity
Under the Student Artist Series program. Student
Government brought Fred Waring and the Penn-
sylvanians to FSU as the first booking in the series.
Waring and his group, familiar favorites to every-
one, presented a program designed to suit almost
every musical taste, in which the numbers ranged
from "Christmas Was Made for Children" to the
ever-impressive "Old Man River."
Fred Waring, Director of the Pennsylvanians
But, ma'm, you're not allowed in the
"Damn Yankees", the Broadway musical comedy
hit appeared as a spring listing in the Artist Series
presentations. Featuring a devilish "Lola" and a
Faustian baseball team, the show entertained stu-
dents, faculty and townspeople with such top songs
as "You've Got to Have Heart", "Whatever Lola
Wants" and "Shoeless Joe from Hannibal, Mo."
Broadway seemed to have a fascination for Tal-
lahassee this year, as another New York hit, Mau-
rice Evan's "No Time for Sergeants" was pre-
sented. The antics of a hillbilly in military life kept
the audience in a state of mirth as Rex Everhart,
Tucker Ashworth and Howard Freeman paced the
series of improbable, but delightful, events.
Cigars, cigarettes, weekend passes. The cast of "No Time for Sergeants" seems to be off limits.
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Tyrone Power co-starred with
Foye Emerson in Shaw's "Back
A "parable in comedy", George Bernard Shaw's
"Back to Methuselah" provided an entertaining
evening for a sold-out house. The witty lines, origi-
nal sets and the acting of Tyrone Power, Faye
Emerson and Arthur Treacher highlighted an en-
joyable evening for the crowd at Westcott Audi-
Having satisfied the drama fans, the Artist Se-
ries took note of FSU music lovers and scheduled
Paul Paray and the Detroit Symphony Orchestra
for a spring performance. The program featured
selections from Debussy, Mendelssohn and Wagner
under the deft direction of maestro Paray.
Who played on that rest? Paul
Paray conducts the Detroit
Hey, wait a minute, Brutus. You've
got the wrong ploy. Ron McCall and
Tom Applegard in a scene from
"Caesar and Cleopatra."
Among the experimental series of the speech
productions was George Bernard Shaw's satire
"Caesar and Cleopatra". The lead roles were taken
by Ron McCall and Kay Cranford, while Dr. Brooks
directed the play's imaginative portrayal of the el-
derly Caesar's romantic inclinations toward Princess
"CAESAR AND CLEOPATRA"
Other productions in this series included Jean
Paul Sarte's "No Exit", a witty and thought-pro-
voking picture of hell, as well as T. S. Eliot's
"Murder in the Cathedral".
Action shot shows downfield
blocking by Prince Charming as
Beauty breaks for open country.
Beauty And The Beast
"Where did you go?" "Out". "What did you
"The Sleeping Beauty", produced as the Speech
Department's annual children's play, succeeded in
attracting about as many grown-ups as it did mem-
bers of the lollipop set. Marlene Matouk, Sue Cof-
fery, Redgy Ivory and Phil Johnson enchanted their
audience with a good supply of magic spells, prop-
erly horrifying witches and a Prince and Princess
straight from Fantasy-land.
The fairy tale, directed by Richard Fallon, proved
so appealing to its pint-sized audience that it was
later presented over television.
Back on the adult level, other dramas staged
during the year included Tennessee William's
"Class Menagerie", "The Rainmaker" and "The
Sigs go down hard trying to keep
possession of prized derbies.
Sigma Chi Derby
While other sororities wilted in the mayhem, the rose of Alpha Omicron Pi out-
fought, out-ran and out-scrambled its competitors to emerge dusty and bruised, but
victorious in the Sigma Chi Derby.
The climax of the day come during the final "secret event" which was scheduled
to be a greased pig chose, participated in by representatives of sixteen sororities. The
pig, however, played it cool, and with a bit of strategy turned it into a sorority-girl
chose, which culminated in his biting the Tri-Delt entry. All ended well, however, and
it is reported that the uncooperative animal wound up as ham sandwiches shortly
Finishing out a perfect day for the AO Pi's, Rita Nelms, was named Sigma Chi
Derby Queen, with Cynthia Tichenor, Pi Beta Phi, and Frances Bell, Zeta Tau Alpha
selected as her court.
And they're off in the first race .
ending in a photo-finish.
Key hunt starts in a mad scramble . . .
and ends in a powdery mess
which is shared by sympathetic onlookers.
Deanne Head dons crash helmet.
Pit crews checks record setting machine.
Soap Box Derby
Looking deceptively chic in her crash helmet,
Deanne Head drove the Kappa Alpha-built Pi Beta
Phi racer to a spectacular finish in the two-block
plunge down College Avenue. Race fans lined the
sidewalks to see the streamlined racer hit the hay-
reinforced finish line — and several Phi Delt at-
tendants — in record time.
The Soap Box Derby is an annual event spon-
sored by Alpha Gamma Delta and Phi Delta Theta
to raise money for the Campus Chest.
Drivers whizz by in a blurred flash of speed.
Race ends in crash at finish line.
It was a tough fight, Mom, but I won.
Now there's a likely
I'll bid fifty cents.
Arguing Constitutional Low, reluctant Delta Tau Delta
pledges were nevertheless auctioned off to the highest bidder
in the name of charity. Unfortunately for the Delt slaves,
their masters, not familiar with the concept, straightway
set them to on assortment of unpleasant tasks for the after-
noon, which included washing cars, waiting on tables (tips
split 50-50) and serenading from, of all things, a tree top.
The project proved successful to all concerned, however,
with clean cars for the masters, freedom for the slaves, and
a liberal donation to charity on the part of the Delts.
Well, all right, seventy five.
Oh boy ! I got him !
Heh! I'm gonna get me one, too.
Officials and dignitaries lead off in the parade
down College Avenue.
Plans for Homecoming started early this year,
with Seminoles studying up on artwork and engi-
neering in preparation for the house decorations
and the annual parade that signals the start of the
festivities on Friday afternoon. The work paid off
for the Zeto Tau Alpha's, whose house decorations
in the form of a dunking duck took first place. In
the float division, the Phi Delta Theta entry, pulled
by the members in slave costume, featured an
Egyptian theme and barged into first place with
the motto "FSU reigns the Victor."
' Click. Spectators occasionally divert attention from the parade as
they record the events on film.
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Phi Delta Theta float, judged
"most beautiful", took no
chances on a power failure.
Alpha Delta Pi-Theta Chi float
illustrated FSU's Cinderella
Zeta Tou Alpha's dunking duck
waddled off with the prize for
The Homecoming Court included Liz Armes, Airelou Johnson, Queen Lynn La Grange,
Barbara Bishop and Joyce Combs.
Lynn La Grange
Pow Wow, the rally held the night before the game was climaxed by the
presentation of the Homecoming Queen and her court. Spectators waited
anxiously as the court was introduced until Lynn La Grange, a sophomore
member of Pi Beta Phi sponsored by Alpha Tau Omega, was announced
Queen of the 1957 festivities.
Lynn La Grange, 1957 Homecoming
I'm so excited.
Liz Armes, Lynn La Grange and Layte Bowden ride on the Queen's float at the Pow Wow in
The football game on Saturday afternoon ended in a Seminole victory
over the VPI Gobblers. Triumphant students and alumni celebrated that
evening with a formal dance held in the Men's Gym and featuring the
music of Stan Kenton's organization.
We think it's marvelous . .
Giving it all they've got, the Marching Chiefs raise that "good ol' Seminole spirit."
In the Friday night Pow Wow the Alpha Xi Delta's took first place among
the sorority skits with their masterful presentation of "Hatlo's Inferno." For
the fraternities, the Pi Kappa Phi's took Seminole fans back to the good old
days with a contrast of "Our University — Then and Now."
A motley assortment of characters pool their dramatic talents for the traditional Pow Wow
Debaters practice pros and cons in preparation for a tournament.
Chalking up a successful year, the FSU Varsity Debate team traveled through-
out the southeast talking their way into an armload of trophies and medals.
In the Tau Kappa Alpha national debate honorary's Golden Anniversary
Convention, FSU proved its prov^ess to the Lexington, Kentucky, audience. The
debate tourney in Carelton, Georgia, was almost a clean sweep for the Sem-
inoles as they won four out of five of the tournament's top honors — best school,
best affirmative and negative teams, and best negative speaker.
On the home front, Arnold Greenfield took first place in oratory at the ninth
annual FSU invitational tourney. Rosa Castro and Melvin Peters were acclaimed
At the Magnolia Tournament, L. A. Hester was named best debator and
rated superior in oratory, while Graham Stikelether was chosen as superor after
after dinner speaker.
Highlights of the year were the ninth annual international debate, featur-
ink two students from Glasgow University, Scotland, on the subject of Sputniks;
and the traditional intramural tournament.
Trio handbolancing stars Jack Miles, Joe Taylor and
Chet Whitten pull o stunt out of their bag of tricks.
"Headlines", the title of this year's Cymkana
production, was built around a newspaper theme.
Sketches included the FSU gym team as the "sports
section" working out on the uneven parallel bars;
a skeleton dance represented the obituary column,
the Tallahassee Tumbling Tots covered the open-
ing of a new playground for "city news" and a
dance routine entitled "Pick Up" represented the
Candidates for the title of Miss Cymkana filled
in as the society page, and a feature in this section
was the trampoline routine "Conrad Bilton Throws
a Party", starring Beverly Cude, Don Preisser and
The highlight of the evening was the crowning
of Nan Chamberlin as Miss Cymkana for 1957.
Included in the court were Marilyn Harris, Peggy
Trensch, Willou Copeland, Jenny Zipperer, and
The "Headlines" set for the 1 QS"? Gymkana show.
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The FSU gymnastic squad assembles in the "massed handstands" symbol of gymnastics.
Chick Cicio and Roberta Calvert in on
adagio routine from "Pick Up."
The cast of Gymkana "Headlines" relaxes during a trip to
One of the Tumbling Tots on the
Jean Hayden presents the Mrs. Gymkana crown to Nan Chamberlin as Student Body President
Arnold Greenfield watches in approval.
Miss Gymkana 1957
Headliners in the Gymkana Court
The Court of Honor, seated: Nan Chamberlin, Marilyn Harris. Standing:
Peggy Trensch, Willou Copeland, Jenny Zipperer, Penny Pickles.
Early in May each year, FSU is seized
with the Circus fever — "Flying High",
the University's all-student circus, tradi-
tionally holds its three night stand in Tal-
lahassee in Doak Campbell Stadium dur-
ing the first weekend in May.
This year, Circus was officially dubbed "Spring
Homecoming" and parents and alumni were in-
vited to attend the performances. The crowd in
Campbell Stadium was treated to some spectacular
performances in the form of trapeze acts, high
wire routines, and slack wire balancing. In addi-
tion, there were the traditional clowns; Circusettes,
a precision dance team; the Spanish web acts; and
the Circus Band.
Under the direction of Coaches Jack Haskins and
Jim DeCosmo, FSU's "Flying High" has gained na-
tional recognition. Each year the show goes on
tour through the state, and this year was featured
on the "Arlene Francis Show" on a national TV
Cheryl Rose and Jim Haywood display an
acute sense of balance in the tight-wire
Get ready — here comes our cue.
Okay team! I want you to get out there and win!
The Spanish Web — a symphony in blaci<..
I dunno — this looks like a tough audience to me.
Ah — the thrill of floodlights and applause.
Spellbound, the audience watches o tightwire routine
Shadows from the trap act for a pattern on the tent.
Hi-jinks go on between acts as circus stars pose for
Who's a clown? Smile when you say that.
The first shift of Operation Moonwatch is token over by
Don't sweat it, Coach. -This is old stuff to the performers.
Frozen in mid-air, the swinging trap act displays its split-second timing.
Making like on egret, Julie Milam demonstrates prowess
on the slack wire.
Music At F. S. U
The Women's Glee Club.
Women's Glee Club
Betty Jane Grimm, Director
George Booker, Director
The Collegians, men's singing group.
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Wiley L. Housewright, Director
Herman Gunter, Jr., Director
The Choral Union.
The University Symphony presented
four concerts during the year, two of
which featured student soloists. The so-
loists, chosen from talented senior music
majors and music students working to-
ward their Masters degrees, were Calvin
Hosbrouch, Beverly Brown, Dolores Casio
and Christine Bryan.
The Symphony also works with the
music school in that candidates for the
Doctor of Music and Piano Literature
degree present their concertos in con-
junction with the Symphony. Programs
in this field were presented by Katherine
Smith and Paul Parmelee.
Highlighting the year was the Sym-
phony's participation in the Artist Series
Production of "Amahl and the Night Vis-
itors" and a trip to Albany, Georgia,
under the sponsorship of the Albany
Robert Sedore, Conductor
Manley Whitcomb, Director.
Getting the genuine "low down" on Dixieland
jazz, the Marching Chiefs spent a weekend in
New Orleans after their trip to Mississippi South-
ern with the Seminoles' football team. The
Chiefs also journeyed to Tampa this year, to
play for the gome between FSU and Tampa
Under the direction of Manley Whitcomb and
Robert Braunagel, the Band treated halftime fans
to a series of original and intricate maneuvers,
as well as the best in band music.
Comprised of some one hundred and twenty
students, the Marching Chiefs also feature spe-
cial attractions such as the Majorette Corps,
with Head Majorette Jackie Haley; the Flying
Seminoles, Ted Daniels and Bea Carroll; and
Drum Major Terry Johnson.
The Majorettes, left to right: Ann Williams, Jackie Haley, Linda Bean, Patsy Zech, Paula Parsons, Barbara Keesler,
Barbara Curtis, Anne Verran.
Something new in band formations, the Chiefs sketch out the familiar lecherous grin of the Esquire man.
Breaking formation. Marching Chiefs start to high-step for a new pattern.
Varsity football; Sophomore Class Presi-
dent; President, Senior Hall; Treasurer,
Cold Key; Treasurer, Alpha Council;
President, Omicron Delta Kappa; Vice
President, Study Body.
Cymkana; Sophomore Council; Junior
Counselor; Secretary, Junior and Senior
Classes; Treasurer, Cornet Key; Presi-
dent, Mortar Board; Varsity Debate;
Chairman, Freshman Carnival; Who's
V/ho in American Colleges and Univer-
Vice President, Residence Hall; member,
Women's F Club; Vice President, Uni-
versity Recreation Association; member.
Mortified; Social Chairman, Garnet Key;
Social Chairman, Senior Class; President,
Women's Physical Education Association;
Who's Who in American Colleges and
Chairman, Judiciary; Junior Counselor,
President, Women's F Club; President,
Chi Omega; member. Garnet Key; mem-
ber. Mortarboard; Circus; President, Rec-
reation Club; Student-Faculty Athletic
Committee; Who's Who in American
Colleges and Universities.
President of Student Body; Captain, Var-
sity Debate Team; member Pi Sigma
Alpha; Secretary, Alpha Council; Treas-
urer, Omicron Delta Kappa; Attorney
General; Chairman, Student Speakers
Bureau; Flambeau Columnist; Wesley
Foundation Council; Who's Who in
American Colleges and Universities.
Social Chairman, Vice President, North
Cawthorn; Vice President, Mortar Board;
President, Omicron Nu; member. Cornet
Key; member Alpha Lambda Delta; mem-
ber, Phi Kappa Phi; Secretary, Home
Economics Club; Sophomore Council.
Junior Counselor, President, Jennie Mur-
phree; member Pi Sigma Alpho; Sopho-
more Council; President, Cornet Key;
Secretary of Honor; member, Mortar
Board; Wesley Foundation Council;
Who's Who in American Colleges and
Secretary of Organizations; member.
Men's Judiciary; Commander, Arnold
Air Society; member, Omicron Delta
Kappa; member. Cold Key; Chaplain,
Sigma Chi; Who's Who in American Col-
leges and Universities; Student Chair-
man, Homecoming Parade.
Vice President, Student Body; Secretary
of State; President, Alpha Xi Del-
ta; President, Alpha Lambda Delta;
Historian, Garnet Key; Historian, Mortar
Board; Sophomore Council; Junior
Counselor; Vice President, Freshman
Dormitory; Wesley Foundation Council;
Who's Who in American Colleges and
Member, Kappa Alpha Theto; Vice Presi-
dent, Alpha Lambda Delta; Sophomore
Council; member Garnet Key; member
Sigma Tau Delta; Westminster Fellow-
Ship Council; President, Bryan Hall;
Secretary, Mortar Board.
Football... Basketball... Baseball... Swimming
Gymnastics... Track... Volleyball... Tennis
Faced with the problem of no vetern quar-
terback, Nugent put into practice his old
*heory of using the best backfield man for
the signal calling job. Turning to Bobby
Renn, FSU's leading ground gainer at half-
back in 1956, Nugent groomed him for the
Although Renn performed adequately de-
spite his inexperience, his absence at half-
back left a gap which was felt the rest of the
The Tribe fought hard against the best teams the country had to offer.
Front row: Coach Herbert Hughes, Head Coach Tom Nugent, Coach Frank
Toomey. Standing: Coaches Hugh Adams, Charlie LaPradd, Bones Taylor,
and Bob Harbison.
Lack of reserve power caused Coach Tom Nu-
gent many gray hairs this year as the Florida State
football team fell to its first losing season in five
years — the only one under Coach Nugent.
Nugent's inventions, such as the "I" formation,
the double quarterback, and the typewriter huddle,
as well as other new ideas failed to impress such
foes as Auburn, Miami, N. C. State, and other
teams who beat the Seminoles and almost pushed
them back into the ranks of the small colleges.
FSU could field one good squad that could mix
with any team in the country for one half. The sec-
ond half would be another story, however, with the
sophomore-led reserves being outclassed by their
more experienced opponents.
Tribe Loses Five
Head Coach Tom Nugent
Pat Hogan, Director, Sports Publicity
Cheerleaders; Charles Johnson, Maralyn Teare, Jim Jullian, Nancy Fowler, Dick Ainsworth,
Cheerleaders strike the match to school spirit.
Striking the match to FSU's spirited student body is the
cheerleoding squad's year-round job. The six-fold force is
responsible for igniting pep and enthusiasm at all events
where grandstand participation is essential. They supply
cheering support at all football games and occasionally lead
pep rallies to liven school spirit. When possible, the squad
follows the football team for its games out of town. Jim Jul-
lian was captain of the 1957-58 team.
Jim Jullian, Captain
Silent Seminole fans stand for the National Anthem before
the opener with Furman.
16,000 curious Seminole fans poured into Camp-
bell Stadium for a look at the Furman opener and
to see whether Bobby Renn, newly shifted from
halfback to quarterback, would be able to carry
the FSU offense through a stiff schedule.
Apparent fears were soon squelched as Renn
rolled out on the first play and scampered 34 yards
to the end zone before the ploy was called back
by a penalty.
FSU scored three times in the second quarter
with Renn scoring from the one, Ted Rodrique
pitching to Clare Bagnall from the 33, and Nellums
recovering a Hurricane fumble in the end zone.
The game was mostly a one-sided affair, as
Furman scored its only touchdown on a pass play
to make the final score 27-7.
Tribe Blows Out
Looking o little worse for wear, a Furman defender
slows down Billy Weaver.
Clare Bagnell, Sophomore End,
Battle Creek, Mich.
Abner Bigbie, Sophomore Guard,
Billy Weaver, Senior Halfback,
Bob Nellums, Senior Fullback,
Allard too much for
Halfback Bobby Renn takes time out for
a necessary chore before the game.
Boston College's Don Allard meets a
stone wall as Johnson, Ulmer, and Slaton
move in to bring him down.
Someone forgot to tell Boston College's Don
Allard that FSU was the favorite going into
the Saturday afternoon clash. Completing 12
of 18 passes, Allard led his Eagles to a con-
vincing 20-7 trouncing over the Tribe before
16,000 triumphant fans at Alumni Field in
The Tribe started the gome with the re-
covery of a BC fumble on the opening kickoff
on the twenty-four yard line. After four ploys
FSU was still on the 24. Allard then took
charge, completing four straight passes as
BC moved 82 yards in 12 ploys, to take a
lead which was never threatened.
After two more touchdowns directed by
Allard, with the score 20-0, sub quarterback
Ted Rodrique from nearby Lynn, Mossachu-
settes averted on FSU shutout when he hit
Captain Ron Schomburger with a pass from
the 23 yard line for the Tribes only score.
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Stuart Keith, Junior Center,
Ron Schomburger, Senior End,
Paul Slaton, Sophomore Center,
Captain Ron Schomburger receives an aerial from Quaterbock Jerry Henderson for the
Seminoles only score.
Jerry Henderson, Senior Quar-
Jack Devereaux was too much fullback for an injury-riddled FSU squad
as Villanova pasted the Tribe with its second straight loss in Philadelphia.
Without the services of Bobby Renn, Fred Pickard, and Jerry Graham,
the Tribe was never in the game, despite an oil-out effort by halfback Stan
FSU's only score came on a fourth-and-one situation on the Villanova 14,
when quarterback Jerry Henderson threw a pass to end Ron Schomburger
in the end zone.
Joe Majors looks for running room as Nellums throws a perfect block.
Ramon Rogers, Sophomore Cen-
Patsy Monaco, Sophomore
Guard, Balston, N. Y.
Recovering a Wolfpack fumble on the Seminole's goalline is Al Ulmer as he averts a North Carolina State score.
Moving in on Dick Hunter is FSU's Troy Barnes as the Tribe
kept the Wolfpack bottled up all night.
It was big Dick Christy's night as the
191 pound first team All American from
N. C. State came out of nowhere with
16 seconds remaining in the half to grab
a 20 yard pass from teammate Ernie
Driscoll and add twenty more yards of
his own to give State a 7-0 victory over
the game Seminoles.
FSU more than held their own against
the 10th nationally ranked team, holding
the Wolfpack to 1 1 7 yards on the ground
and a .500 percentage through the air.
The Tribe's Bobby Renn kept FSU in the
game time after time with punts that
went 215 vards in 4 tries, with two of
them rolling dead on the 2 foot line
and the 3 yard stripe, Renn emerged
from the game as the nation's fourth best
Both Renn and bantam guard Al Ul-
mer were chosen backfield and lineman
of the week, respectively, in Florida for
their efforts in the game.
Jerry Graham, Junior Guard, Chi-
Bobby Renn, Junior Hclfbo
Henderson, N. C.
Bob Carnes, Sophomore Half-
Taking a last second dive in on effort to stop a Wildcat runner is Abner
Bigbe. Lou Manning moves up from the left to make the tackle.
In his initial start as a fullback, Bob Nellums more than
fulfilled the fondest hopes of optimistic Coach Tom Nugent.
Nellums, a converted end from Pensacola, gained 72 yards
from scrimmage, a feat not many Seminole fullbacks have
been able to accomplish in recent years as the Tribe set a
new school single gome record of 383 yards rushing.
Bobby Renn started the Seminole scoring spree with a roll-
out play that went 63 yards before he stepped into the end
zone. Nellums scored twice, once from the one and added a
second on a pitchout from Ted Rodrique.
Stan Dobosz and sophomore Pappy Rozman added the
other two touchdowns as the Tribe handed the Wildcats a
34-7 trouncing to bounce back into the win column after
three consecutive defeats.
Bill Musselman, Senior Tackle,
Stan Dobosz, Senior Halfback,
East Chicago, Ind.
Abilene Christian 34-7
Slashing off tackle is Bobby Renn as he carries against Abiline Christion.
Richard Rozman, Sophomore
Va. Tech Stopped
2 0-7 Before Alummi
Coach Tom Nugent kept his Homecoming record perfect
OS the tribe won their first victory in three tries against the
spirited Cobblers from VPI.
Striking swiftly and suddenly for two touchdowns in the
second quarter and a final tolly in the third period, Florida
State upended Virginia Tech 20-7 before 18,556 students end
alumni, who had come to view FSU's tenth homecoming foot-
Soph halfback Fred Pickard jumped into the spotlight as
he set a new FSU record for the longest run from scrimmage.
The 80 yard dash come as the final touchdown of the gome
and gave 1 60 pound Pickard a total of 1 35 yards for the day.
Center George Boyer scored the first touchdown of his
career as he recovered a VPI fumble in the end zone just
nine seconds after Renn completed a 49 yard pass play to
Schomburger for the Tribe's first score of the day.
VPI's only score come in the second period after a first
down on State's six yard stripe. On fourth down fullback Bob
Connor plunged over from the one foot marker.
Fred Pickard, Sophomore Half-
back, Columbia, Tenn.
Ham Bisbe, Senior End, San-
Struggling for an FSU pass on
the eight yard line is Jerry
Philp and defender Barry Fra-
Bobby Renn heads for the Tech goal as Bob Connor makes a desperate dive to stop
the Seminole halfback
Seminole defenders failed to stop Tech Fullback Bob Conners as he dives over the 1 -foot marker for the Gobblers only score
An FSU lineman gets a few
kinks out of his knee before
Tech's mascot has a worried
look as the Tribe drives for the
Jim Hooks, Sophomore End,
West Palm Beach
Jerry Lane, Sophomore Tackle,
George Boyer, Senior Tackle,
Officials seemed unconcerned as the Tribe pushed toward the
Almost fumbling, Fullback Bob Nellums dives over the Miami
goal to put the Seminoles briefly in the lead.
F. S. U. Falters as
Miami Wins 40-13
To a disappointing and disappointed turn-
out of 15,712 Senninole partisans, it all seem-
ed rather unreal. They saw the Seminoles forge
scoring threats in Miami territory the first
two times they got the ball. They saw the
scoreboard at halftime posted 7-6 in FSU's
Then they sow Miami uncork a sweeping
last-half wallop that left FSU dazed and beat-
Most incredible of oil was Fran Curci, the
little Miami sophomore quarterback who per-
sonally accounted for 56 yards on 17 runs,
completed six of 1 2 passes for 76 more and
Miami rolled up 336 yards rushing, 276 of
it in the second half.
FSU's first score came on Bob Nellum's 1-
yard push after a 66 yard drive and on Joe
Major's 45-yard pass to Bill Kimber in the
last quarter. Al Ulmer was the line star of the
day as he made 1 5 tackles, six more than any
other player on either team.
The little Miami Magician, Fran Curci,
"Rest is the essence of life," practices an FSU
Jerry Philp, Senior Halfback,
Royal Oak, Mich.
With a weary expression, FSU tackle George Boyer watches
Miami roll to another touchdown in the third quarter.
Tribe Leads at First Half
around FSU's end as Bob Nellums moves in like a giant to bring him down.
Joe Majors,. Sophomore Quarter-
back, Huntland, Tenn.
Eddie Johnson, Senior Fullback',,
Charleston, W. Va.
A couple of seemingly un-
concerned FSU players catch
up on a few facts about Au-
burn before the game.
No.1 Team Tops Seminoles
Running into the awaiting arms
of Bobby Renn and Bob Nel-
lums, an Auburn runner is stop-
ped in his tracks.
Auburn Fullback Billy Ackins crashes into the center of the
Seminole line in the second half as the Tribe line tightens
end stops the Tiger offence.
Scoring twice in the first five minutes and three times
in the first quarter, Auburn showed the Seminoles in a
convincing fashion why it was ranked No. 1 team in
The second half looked like a different gome, how-
ever, as the Seminoles held the Tigers to five first downs
while picking up a touchdown on a 34 yard pass play
from Majors to Kimber to notch one of the few touch-
downs the best defensive unit in the country had scored
against them during the season.
Sophomore Majors came into his own as he completed
1 2 of 22 passes while bantam Fred Pickard emerged as
the Tribe's leading ground gainer with 27 hard earned
Auburn caught Majors on a safety with 10 seconds
remaining in the game to make the final score 29-1 .
Fred Pickard blasts over center picking up a few yards against the stobborn
Majors sets for the handoff in
Nugent's famed "I" formation.
Auburn Quarterback Lloyd Nixon gets pulled down
from behind by FSU's Al Ulmer.
Bobby Renn looks dejected as the Southerners roll to
their second score.
Coach Nugent gives instructions to the alternating unit
as they impatiently wait to get into the game.
Southern Blanks F. S. U. On Rally
Cooperating in making Mississippi Southern's homecoming cele-
bration a success, FSU got hit for two touchdowns within four minutes
in the second quarter and another in the final period to suffer a 20-0
loss which assured the Tribe of their first losing season in five years.
The Seminoles had a scoring opportunity in the opening period as
they drove to the four yard line behind the passing of Bobby Renn and
the running of Stan Dobosz, but in four plays got only to the one,
and FSU's chances for a score were through for the day.
Southern opened the scoring with a 57 yard jaunt by Bobby Lance
mid-way in the second quarter, and seven plays later added anothe.
after Joe Majors fumbled on his own 23. Carries by Lance and Bo
Dickinson moved the ball over and put the Rebels in front 13-0.
Southern's final touchdown came as reserve halfback Bud Sckul took
it over from the one.
Don Spires, Sophomore Guard,
Jerry Moore, Sophomore Tackle,
Steve Holton, Junior Tackk
With a scowl on his face, a
Tampa defender wraps his arms
around Stan Dobosz's leg.
Stumbling into the end zone tor a touchdown is Fred Pickard as Abner Bigbe looks on.
Tribe Rolls Over
Tampa in Finale
There wasn't quite enough of 245
pound Fred Cason to spread over Phil-
lips Field in Tampa as State ground
out a 21-7 victory over the University
of Tampa to mark the end of the Semi-
noles first losing season under Coach
A firmly partisan crowd of 12,000,
shivering in high winds and 40 degree
weather, saw Cason score twice and
run for 127 yards in 19 tries in a des-
perate effort to keep up with the Semi-
noles' powerful running attack.
Junior guard Bob Fountain helped
set a new school record with a fourth
quarter recovery of a fumble to mark
the 26th of the season and a new rec-
It was a long, hard year for the
A Tampa runner gets nowhere as Pickard and Nellums team up for the tackle.
A FSU freshman finds easy yardage tough to get in
the 13-12 win over South Carolina.
Three Baby Seminoles gang up on a helpless Gamecock.
Freshmen Fall to Miami
in Only Loss
Despite losing their unbeaten string in college competition, Cooch Paul
Odom's Baby Seminole's completely dominated their opponents statistically
In downing Georgia Military, South Carolina, South Georgia, and Missis-
sippi Southern, the Tribe grounded out 1 ,234 yards, more than twice their
opponents', and scored 23 times in their five games.
The Freshmen dropped a 21 -7 decision to the Miami yearlings in the final
game of their five-game season, their first loss in two years in college
Until the Baby Hurricanes gained more than 400 yards in the final, oppos-
ing teams had averaged only 100 yards total offense a game against the
rugged FSU frosh defense.
The 1957 Florida State Freshmen Football Team.
Larry Strom reaches high for the ball in the opening
tip-off against Army.
Coach Bud Kennedy
At the beginning of this year, with only one lettermon
starter returning on the FSU basketball team, Coach Bud
Kennedy was pondering whether inexperienced ball players
plus junior college graduates would equal a successful ball
club. He soon found out.
Boasting only two seniors of the eleven man squad, the
Seminole hoopsters raised many eyebrows as they conquered
two of their first three opponents. The white cloud soon broke
as the Tribe dropped five quick games in a row on on exten-
sive road trip through the South.
That, suddenly, became the sad fate of the basketball team
this season. In fourteen games on the road, the Seminoles
managed to win only a single game against Georgia, while
meeting some of the best quintets in the nation including the
nation's number one ranked team. West Virginia, and the
highest scoring squad in the country, Marshall College.
At home the Tribe did somewhat better, winning over half
The prospects for the coming season look more promising
as only senior forward Larry Strom and reserve Tom Garcia
depart with graduation.
Back to pace the Tribe will be high scorer Burt Deckel;
Jim Liteky, and Hugh Durham.
High scorers Burt Deckel and Hugh Durham paced the
Up m the air goes Larry Strom and Dan Boltz as they
fight for possession with a Loyola eager.
Sometimes nothing can go right.
Danny Boltz, Junior Center,
Larry Storm, Senior Forward,
Players strain to get possession of the ball.
The fans tried.
Cagers Drop 16,
Including Nations Best
'U gets possession.
Durham starts dribbling. . . The Seminoles set up a play. . .
And the ball gets away.
Going high, a Loyola defender attempts to block a lay-up by Burt Deckel.
With a mighty leap, an Army player dunks a shot
while Strom watches on.
Joe Westhafer, Junior Forward,
Fred Woodward, Sophomore
Guard, Ft. Lauderdale.
Jim Liteky, Junior Guard, Jack-
Joe Williams, Junior Guard,
Paul Hammond, Junior Freestyler from Sumter, S. C, broke school 200 freestyle record.
Tankers Have Good Season
"Bim" Stults, Head Swimming
The 1958 tankers splashed to six school records and four new
pool standards on their way to the nnost successful swim season
Paul Hammond, Joel Jacobs, and Ken Abbott, the latter two
seniors, set the major part of the records with Hammond pass-
ing a five year school and pool mark in the 200 yard freestyle,
Jacobs establishing a new time in the 200 yard breaststroke and
Abbott bettering both the 50 and 100 marks.
Abbott's record breaking effort of 51.3 in the 100 freestyle
may win him ranking as an All American swimmer, says Coach
"Bim" Stults, head mentor of the FSU mermen since 1951.
On one road trip through the Midwest, the tankers met and
won five straight meets, holding their nearest opponents to no
more than two first places out of ten.
Pulling hard is Rube Wadell
in the Miami meet.
Don Lewis, Senior Butterflymcn, Daytono Beach,
Graham Teschke, Senior Freestyler, Euclid,
Tom Newell, Sophomore Butterflyman, Lakewood, Ohio.
Paul Stoffregen, Sophomore Bockstroker, Dayton, Ohio.
Rube Wadell, Junior Free-
styler, St. Louis, Mo.
Len Koeth, Junior Butterfly-
man, Euclid, Ohio.
Howard Fillmore, Junior But-
terflymon. Dearborn, Mich,
Jim Wentworth, Junior Back-
Former school 50 yard free record holder Ryan Roy congratulates Ken
Abbott after Abbott broke the existing 50 and 100 freestyle marks in
the Miami meet.
Mermen Go 10-1-1
The 1957-58 Florida State 'Swimming Team.
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Ken Abbott, Senior Freestyler, Birm-
Ryan Ray, Senior Freestyler, Day-
Joel Jacobs, Senior school record holder in breaststroke event. Ft. Lauderdale.
Bud Cole, Sophomore Brecststroker, Tampa.
Glen Thatcher, Junior Freestyler, Can-
Roger Webb, Junior, Toledo, Ohio.
Nationally known among the most outstanding gymnastics coaches
in the country. Dr. Hartley Price was selected by the government to
conduct a gymnastic clinic in India for the coming year to foster inter-
national relations and at the same time inspire the development of gym-
nastics in that country.
Dr. Price has led FSU to five national titles in the post six years. His
teams swept the NCAA and NAAU in 1951, repeated as the NCAA
team champions in 1952 after being edged out of a second successive
AAU title. In 1954, FSU won the AAU title and again in 1955.
In addition. Price is credited with developing FSU's Olympic stars
Bill Roetzhiem, Don Holder, Jack Miles and Rafael Lecuona.
As gymnastics coach at the University of I llinois in the 1 930's, Price's
teams won four NCAA championships and twice walked off with NAAU
In 1949, Price was the recipient of a research award from the Ameri-
can Academy of Physical Education.
Since 1951, the Price-directed Seminole gymnastics team has never
been left out of the top five in Collegiate or AAU competition.
Dr. Hartly Price, Gymnastics Coach.
The 1957-58 Florida State Gymnastics squad.
Laird Anderson, Senior, Atlanta, Ga.
Tom O'Connor, Sophomore, Detroit, Mich.
Gymnasts Win Southern
Lennort Malmlin, Stockholm, Sweden.
Former Swedish Olympic star Larry Malmlin and Brooklyn-
born Chick Cicio led the Seminole gymnasts to their eighth
consecutive Southern Intercollegiate crown this year.
The Tribe gymnasts also walked away with the Midwest
Open Championships in Chicago, the Florida AAU and the
Georgia AAU along with winning six dual meets to extend
the Seminoles' victory streak to 25 straight meets over a six
Most notable of the team's victories over this period was
on upset over the touring Swedish Olympic Gymnastics squad;
the only setback the Olympic team suffered on their U. S.
Pacing the present team along with Malmlin and Cicio was
Fernando Lecuona, brother of former FSU Olympic star Rafael
Lecuona. Fernando, a sophomore, competed in the side horse
and parallel events.
Senior Laird Anderson broke his old school record in the
rope climb with a clocking of 3.9 and is expected to place in
the top five in national competition as he has done for the
past two years.
Cicio is the defending national champion in free exercise
and is favored to capture the title again this year.
Other Seminole gymnasts expected to place in national
competition this year are Don Prisser, Roger Webb, Bob Mur-
ray, Tom MacDonald, and Joe Cusic.
Freshmen who may travel to the NAAU championships in
Los Angeles include Bill Beavers, Dave Carmolli, and Jack
Chick Cicio, Junior, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Don Prisser, Senior, Denver, Colo.
Bill Beavers, Freshman, Omaho, Nebr.
Fernando Lecuona, Sophomore, Hovona, Cuba.
1958 Golf team with Coach Bill Odeneal.
Opening the 1958 campaign with only one
loss in the post twenty-three matches and
boasting a fourth place finish in the 1957
NCAA tournament, Coach Bill Odeneal found
a record difficult to surpass as he took over
the reins of the Coif squad.
Odeneal coached the volleyball team to
two national championships in four years be-
fore the sport was dropped last year and he
was named head mentor of the golfers.
Only four lettermen returned to pace the
Tribe. They are former National quarterfinal-
ist Bob Shave, 1957 All-Marine Corps champ,
Mel Fleisher, Rem Noble, and Dave Morris.
Rem Noble gets set to clip a shot on the green.
Freshmen golfers get ready for a seven meet schedule.
Ten n is
Netters prepare for season.
A 13-match home schedule that includes
meeting with five Southeastern Conference
teams and t^'O members of the Big Ten high-
light Coach Keith Pitchford's tennis schedule.
The Seminole netters, winners of only five
matches out of 1 6 last year, face another long,
hard season against Florida, Georgia Tech,
Mississippi State, Michigan State and Indiana
in their 17 contests.
Junior Lex Hester figures to be Pitchford's
No. 1 player and has Jim Maddock, Jim Berry,
Frank Bryan, and Jackie Crew to back him up.
Frank Bryan, two year veteran,
strikes a pose.
Jim Berry sets for a return.
Varsity Tennis team; Left to right; Coach Pitchford, Jim Maddock, Alex Sutor, Russ Rollinger, Jim Berry, Frank
Bryan, Howard Levy, and Lex Hester.
"ommy Chivers grits his teeth as he looks for the next hurdle.
Coach Mike Long's thinclads face one of their most trying sched-
ules in recent years as the cindermen travel to the Penn Relays in
Philadelphia, the Coliseum Indoor Games in Montgomery, Ala., and
the Kansas Relays in Lawrence, Kan.
The tracksters also face Furman, Florida, Miami and Roanoke
in dual meets in addition to taking their annual jaunt to Gainesville
for the Florida Relays.
In early season ploy, FSU finished second in the non-conference
division of the Atlantic Coast Conference Indoor Championships.
Paced by four school record holders and a record breaking mile
relay team, the track squad could possibly develop into one of Flor-
ida State's best.
Mile record holder Mike Conley displays his
Coach Mike Long and his varsity Track Squad.
Off the starting blocks is speedster Jack Terwilliger.
Doyle Ruff holds school 880 mark.
Handing off to Mike Conley is Terwilliger, as the school record holding mile
relay team gets off on its second leg while two teammates look on.
Senior Jerry Henderson set new school javelin mark
Danny Litwhiler, Head Baseball Coach.
First Team All-American Dick Howser, Shortstop.
With a host of returning lettermen in-
cluding first team All-American Dick
Howser, Coach Danny Litwhiler optimis-
tically looked toward the 1958 baseball
Sporting a 19-6 record last year, the
team won the NCAA district tournament
in Gastonia, N. C, and went on to the
collegiate world series tourney in Omaha,
Nebraska, where the Tribe baseballers
finished behind the five best college base-
ball teams in the country.
The Seminoles may do even better this
year with veterans returning in seven of
nine positions and a host of freshmen
joining the squad from the Frosh team
which went undefeated in college com-
Owen McCarron and Howser led the
list of returnees. Howser won the batting
title last year "/ith a lusty .364 and Mc-
Carron headed the RBI department with
Other lettermen included Don Axon,
John Bristol, Tom Garcia, Fred Kenney,
Riley Seevers, John Sheppard, and Frank
Tribe Goes To College World Series
* ' **»
It never helps.
F. S. U. Wins
Jerry Hohne, Pitcher.
Frank Slusser, Pitcher.
Ron Zabco, Catcher.
Paul Benson, Pitcher.
Earnie Longford, Infield.
Owen McCorron, Outfield.
Harry Tison, Outfield.
Mike Copps, Catcher.
Al Zyla, Infield
Charlie Rogers, Infield
Tribe batter lets it go against Wisconsin.
Jerry Philip, Outfield
Fred Kenney, Pitcher
Charlie Pinkerman, Outfield.
A ballerina couldn't be more graceful.
Easy girls, it will come down.
TROPHY WINNERS- 1956-57
Pi Beta Phi Volleyball
Pi Beta Phi Bowling
Zeto Tau Alpha Basketball
Kappa Alpha Theta Table Tennis Singles
Florida Hall Table Tennis Doubles
West Landis Hall Badminton Singles
Bryan Hall Badminton Doubles
Pi Beta Phi Swimming
East Landis Hall Softball
BSD Tennis Singles
Delta Zeta Tennis Doubles
TROPHY WINNERS 1957-58
1st Sports Season
Broward Hall Volleyball
Gilchrist Hall Bowling
2nd Sports Season
Delta Zeta Horseshoes
Alpha Xi Delta Deck Tennis
Landis Hall Shuffleboord
Coach Durham gives the Pi
Phi's some pregame pointers.
Dorm Results 1956-57
Fraternity Results 1956-57
Sigma Alpha Epsilon
Phi Delta Theta
Rebels (West Hall)
Delta Tau Delta
Alpha Tau Omega
Lambda Chi Alpha
Phi Kappa Tau
Pi Kappa Phi
Tau Epsilon Phi
Sigma Phi Epsilon
Pi Kappa Alpha
Liberal Religious Youth
Phi Delta Theta
Sigma Alpha Epsilon
Phi Delta Theta
Sigma Phi Epsilon
Phi Delta Theta,
Sigma Alpha Epsilon
Sigma Alpha Epsilon
Alpha Tau Omega
He's off at the start of Fraternity 100 yd. dash.
Theta Chi player goes up to block spike in fraternity action.
There's always action in intramurals.
Florida Sf-ate University, 1958 —
the place, the people,
the things we did —
varied, fleeting glimpses
of campus life
mesh into a larger pattern
when viewed in
Snow transformed palm trees into
magical white towers.
Some things were new
a nd d liferent.
Decorum snapped as born and bred
Floridians jubilantly wallowed in four
inches of the white powder.
Unidentified early risers sought fame
by being the first to leave their tracks
in the sparkling cover.
innumerable cameras produced photographs as proof that it reolly did snow in Tallahassee.
There was the perennial parking problem.
On the other hand, parking wasn't always a problem.
Formal rush brought out the best m everyone's manners.
The welter of new names and unfamiliar faces caused occasional merriment.
Seslous conversations regarding hometowns, majors and the
weather were the order of the day.
new faces ...
Freshmen were subiected to a number of traditional ceremonies.
"Rat" became an objectionol word to some two thousand new students.
Adapting beautifully to their new
classification as the "lowest form of
life", three frosh blend voices in the
sett i ngs
Bridge games quickly became a vital part of dorm life.
More vital was the ritual of check-
ing for phone calls.
Va riations on
con vent iona I
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The class of '75 mulls over the glitter and disolay of the homecoming parade.
Roman style, this Seminole watches proceedings in on atmosphere of pure comfort.
A The familiar wail of ". . . but" 1 need this for graduation!" indicates that registration time has returned.
And a variety of problems
As if money and women weren't
enough trouble — the cor has to break
Hours of preparation preceed a few minutes' appearance before beauty contest judges.
FSU, 1958— Impressions in Context
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Administration 6- 1 3
Alpha Council 2 1
Alpha Delta Sigma 219
Alpha Epsilon Delta 223
Alpha Kappa Psi 238-239
Alpha Lambda Delta 208
Alpha Phi Omega 21 1
Arnold Air Society 221
Artist Series 265-267
Baking Science Club 256
Board of Publications 43
Cavaliers 24 1
Class Officers, Senior 57
Class Officers, Undergraduate
Collegiate Party 254
Dames Club 242
Delta Sigma Pi 240
Dorm Government 46-53
"F" Club, Women's 252
Fashion Institute 245
Four H Club 251
Gamma Alpha Chi 227
Garnet Key 205
Gold Key 204
Hall of Fame 305-309
Home Economics Club 257
Insurance Club 249
Interfraternity Council 134
International Club 250
Kappa Alpha Mu 230
Kappa Delta Pi 216
Kappa Kappa Psi 212
Les Jongleurs 222
Los Picaros 261
Men's P.E, Majors Club 251
Miss FSU 284-285
Miss FSU Court 286-291
Mortar Board 203
Choral Un:on 299
Marching Chiefs 302-303
University Singers 299
University Symphony 300-301
Women's Glee Club 298
Omicron Delta Kappa 202
Omicron Nu 21 7
Panhellenic 1 35
Alpha Theta 222
Beta Kappa 200
Chi Theta 247
Eta Sigma 226
Kappa Phi 201
Mu Alpha 214
Mu Epsilon 2 1 8
Omega Pi 226
Religious Student Houses
Baptist Student Union 236
Christian Science 232
Gamma Delta 233
Newman Club 234
Ruge Hall 233
Wesley Council 235
Wesley Players 235
Westminster Council 236
Saber Flight 229
Scabbard & Blade 220
Scholarship Club 258
Schools & Colleges
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Business 1 7
Education 1 6
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Home Eocnomics 24
Public Administration 22
Social Welfare 2 1
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Sigma Alpha Iota 215
Sigma Chi Derby 270-271
Sigma Delta Pi 223
Sigma Delta Psi 229
Sigma Tau Delta 2 1 8
Slave Auction 273
Smoke Signals 39
Soap Box Derby 272
Social Work Club 253
Sophomore Council 209
Sororities 1 36- 1 67
Speech Productions 268-269
Cheerleaders 3 1 4
Tennis 34 1
Honor Court 33
Off Campus Court 35
Traffic Court 35
Student Nurses 248
Student Party 254
Tarpon Club 254
Tau Beta Sigma 2 1 3
University Museum 264
Village Vamps 244
Who's Who 207
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