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THE

SEMINOLE
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UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

1933


Published by the Student Body
of the
University of Florida


VOLUME 24
















COPYRIGHT


1933a


CHARLES ANDREWS
Editor-in.Chief

GARDNER GILLETTE
Managing Editor

WILTON STURGES
Business Manager


Photograpohed by Marable
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OREWORD






In this twenty-fourth volume of the SEMINOLE
the purposes have been to reconstruct, accurately
and typically, the year's varied campus activities;
to portray for those leaving the institution a
composite scene of their college life; and to
unfold, by words and pictures, the natural loveli-
ness and beauty of Florida.


Inadequate may be the result of these aims,
but if you place this book in some spidery garret,
let it lie for many years amid those cherished
7 objects of youth, and, when you no longer
r. dream of conquest, brush away the webs and
dust and live again those happy days when
li t you were young-then will it need no better















EDUCATION






DR. PHILIP KEYES YONGE

For more than twenty-four years as a member
and as Chairman of the Board of Control Dr.
Yonge has served Florida Institutions of Higher
Learning without compensation or ostentation.
Through his high character and modesty he has
woven the lofty ideals of his life into the char-
acters of the young men and women with such
fundamental ability, fine sense of honor, sound
and constructive idealism and with such good
will, that it has been and will forever be an
inspiration to Florida's manhood and woman-
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EDUCATION


DR. YONGE


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ONTENTS



Opening Section 1-8
Book I. THE UNIVERSITY 9
Views 13-28
President Tigert 29
Board of Education 30
Board of Control 31
Deans of the Colleges 32-44
Book II. CLASSES 45-48
Seniors 49 72
Under-Graduate 73-113
Book Ill. FEATURES 117
Hall of Fame 121-126
Satire 127-138
Beauty 139-150
Snapshots 152-158
Book IV. ATHLETICS 159
Football 166-184
Basketball 185-190
Baseball 191-198
Track 199-204
Boxing 205-210
Minor Sports 211-220
Intramural Sports 221-232
Book V. ACTIVITIES 233
Student Body Officers 237 240
Publications 241 248
Organizations 249 264
Military 265 278
Dance Societies 279-292
j BookVI. FRATERNITIES 293
Social 297-352 a
Honorary 353-373
A. ADVERTISING 375-392


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THE UNIVERSITY


The St. Johns, only river of importance in the United
States flowing due north most of its length, bordered
by venerable live oaks, bedecked with Spanish moss,
clearings showing the golden oranges, wafting the
fragrance of their blossoms mingled with the aroma
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REMINISCENCE
Twenty-seven years ago there was nothing but Thomas
Hall; today the University of Florida campus, studded with
moss-heavy pines, embraces more than a score of beautiful
ivy-clad buildings. The path from a mere handful of scattered
students in 1905 to a great institution, teaming with life awnd
filled to the overflowing with the flower of the young manhood
of the state, has been marked by achievement and progress.
When the University first opened its doors under the presi-
dency of Dr. Sledge, it consisted of the College of Arts and
Sciences, the Agricult ural Experiment Station and the Normal
School. In 1909 we find, following in rapid succession, the
Teachers' College and the Colleges of Law and Engineering.
During this year the University underwent a reorganization
during which Dr. A. A. Murphree was elected president.
The ever-increasing academic work of the University was
interrupted by the lean, hard days of the war, when it placed
its services at the disposal of the government; but the decade
of the twenties saw miraculous development. It was during
this period that the College of Commerce and Journalism, the
School of Architecture, the School of Pharmacy and the
Graduate College were inaugurated. These years also wit-
nessed the passing of one great man and the coming of an-
other. Dr. J. J. Tigert succeeded Dr. Mlurphree as president
of the University. This decade has seen the coming of many
new buildings, new minds to the faculty and the enrollment
increasing by leaps and bounds. The alumni, but a few
hundred a decade ago, now are many thousand strong and
carry the banner of the institution into nearly every field of
endeavor.
The old gives way to the new, the new becomes old and
gives way to the new again. We hasten to keep pace with the
every quickening movement of our time. The University is
young and yet old. But it is a far cry from the sleepy days
just following the turn of the century to the atmosphere of
today, with its rush and bustle of modern life. It will be a
more distant cry twenty-seven years hence, but let us hope
and believe that the same fine type of man will trod our
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PRESIDENT OF THE UNIVERSITY


DR. JOHN J. TIGERT
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o'.'n-,de.rrl the Lt.;t qualfi,:d man inr, the LIn,tEd Statr.; for the rpref;irji'enc f 1h. Uri i.pr:lty
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STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION



DAVE SHOLTZ ........................Governor
SR. A. GRAY ................... Secretary of State
CAREY D. LANDIS .............. Attorney General
W. V. KNOTT .................. State Treasurer
W. S. CAWTHON,
ti State Superintendent of Public Instr actionss


GOVERNOR DAVE SHOLTZ


The Constitution of the State of Florida makes provisions for the education of its
people, and one of the agencies which it has created for carrying into effect its aims is
the State Board of Education. The State Board of Education is composed of the
Governor, Secretary of State, Attorney General, State Treasurer, and State Superintend-
ent of Public Instruction. The Governor is ex-officio the president, and the State Superin-
tendent of Public Instruction is ex-officio secretary of this board. The board has the
power to remove subordinate school officers for cause, upon notice to the incumbent; and
has the management and investment of the State School Fund. It has supervision over the
state colleges and institutions of higher learning, and many phases of the educational law
come before this body for adjustment. The board is a very important one as it is the body
that has in general charge all our state educational institutions and is in a way head of
the school system of the state.


CAREY D. LANDIS


W. V. KNOTT W. S. CAWTHON


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STATE BOARD OF CONTROL



P. K. YONGE, Chaih-tauD ............... Pensacola
ALBERT H. BLANDING ................... Bartow
RAYMER F. MAGUIRE ................... Orlando
GEO. H. BALDWIN .................. Jacksonville
ALFRED H. WAGG .............. West Palm Beach
J. T. DIAMOND, Secretary ............ Tallahassee



DR. P. K. YONGE, Chairman

One of the most important of state institutions, especially in regard to education, and
to the University of Florida, itself, is the State Board of Control, which is composed of
several of the leading citizens of Florida. Years ago the legislature took upon itself the
duty to enlarge, improve, and consolidate the various institutions of higher learning with-
in the state, for this purpose they created the State Board of Control, which has duties
which are directly connected with the detail supervision of the University, and the various
other state colleges. The Board recommends the faculties of the colleges, supervises the
expenditure of the appropriations made to pay the expenses of the institutions of higher
learning, prepares recommendations to the Legislature as to the needs of the institutions
and otherwise has in hand the interests of the institutions of higher learning which are
supported by the state. The Board of Control holds meetings at regular intervals at Talla-
hassee in order that current, as well as future problems may be discussed.




DR. YONGE
ANNOUNCED HIS
RESIGNATION
FROM THE
BOARD ON
MARCH 15. 2`1
GOVERNOR SHOLTZ

HAS NOT NAMED
A SUCCESSOR.


RAYMER F. MAGUIRE ALFRED H. WAGG GEO. H. BALDWIN


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GRADUATE SCHOOL



DEAN J. N. ANDERSON
University of Virginia, '86
A (B.Lit., M.A., Ph.D.)




The graduate work at the University of Florida
dates from the founding of the University in 1905.
It was a very modest beginning. For many years
only a few courses were given and a few degrees con-
DEAN ANDERSON ferred. In fact, the University itself was small in
every way. The faculty was small and the enrollment
compared to our present numbers was insignificant. For the first five years, from 1905
to 1910, there was only one faculty, which would now be called the General Faculty. In
1910 President Murphree made a move, which at the time seemed rather pretentious and
ambitious, but he was looking toward the future development of the institution. He began
the system of dividing the University into several colleges. At the same time, the graduate
work was given the name of Graduate School. This work had been administered for a year
by a Committee appointed by the President and reporting to the General Faculty. This
method of administration lasted from 1909 to 1930. From that time the administration
has been in the hands of the Dean of the Graduate School, and the Graduate Council.
The growth of the Graduate School has been remarkable. The year 1909-1910 only
seven students were enrolled, and one master's degree conferred. In fact, the enrollment
did not at any time exceed twelve until the session of 1923-24, when it jumped to twenty-
one. That was eighteen years after the beginning of graduate work. Up to that year,
the number of graduates had never exceeded five. Compare this with the session of 1931-
32, which was only eight years later; that year were registered 145 students in the winter
session and 150 in the summer session, and graduated 50 students with the master's degree.
This year 165 students have already enrolled.
In the year 1930, the Graduate Council began to admit students in certain departments
to begin their work for the Ph.D. degree, which was not to be conferred before 1933. This
year there is one candidate, and from now on there may be reasonably expected one or more
candidates for the Ph.D. degree each year. This work has attracted a great deal of atten-
tion throughout the nation, and many inquiries are received in regard to the graduate work
here.


THE GRADUATE COUNCIL
THE DEAN
OLLIE CLIFTON BRYAN, Ph.D., Head Professor of Agronomy
WILLIAM JOHN HUSA, Ph.D., Head Professor of Pharmacy
TOWNES RANDOLPH LEIGH, Ph.D., Head Professor of Chemistry and Dean, College of Pharmacy
ARTHUR RAYMOND MEAD, Ph.D., Professor of Education
JAMES SPEED ROGERS, Ph.D., Head Professor of Biology and Geology
THOMAS MARSHALL SIMPSON, Ph.D., Head Professor of Mathematics
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COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES



DEAN W. H. WILSON

Albion College, '13
(A.B., M.A:, Ph.D.)



The College of Arts and Sciences is the oldest and
largest college of the University. With a faculty of
unusual eminence, it offers the student a general
education in the various fields of culture and science,
with an opportunity for specialization in many lines.
The College offers special preparatory courses for DEAN WILSON
law and medicine.
The recent action of the Board of Control results in the School of Journalism being moved
from College of Commerce, and placed in the College of Arts and Sciences as a department.
The School of Pharmacy has been merged with the college also.
W. H. Wilson has been Acting Dean of College of Arts and Sciences for several years,
and with the new changes taking place, he will hold the position of Assistant Dean. Dr.
Townes R. Leigh, former Dean of the School of Pharmacy, and one of the most outstanding
chemists in the United States, will be the new Dean.


FACULTY


JAMES NESBITT ANDERSON, Ph.D., Professor
STANLEY SIMONDS, Ph.D., Professor (part time)
WILBERT ALVA LITTLE, M.A., Associate Professor (part
time)
LUDWIG WILLIAM BUCHHOLZ, M.A., Professor
JAMES SPEED ROGERS, Ph.D., Professor
THEODORE HUNTINGTON HUBBELL, B.A., Associate Professor
HARLEY BAKWELL SHERMAN, M.A., Associate Professor
CHARLES FRANCIS BYERS, Ph.D., Assistant Professor
LEONARD GIOVANNOLI, M.A., Instructor (on leave 1932-33)
JAMES MARION FARR, Ph.D., Professor
CHARLES ARCHIBALD ROBERTSON, M.A., Professor
LESTER COLLINS FARRIS, M.A., Associate Professor
HENRY HOLLAND CALDWELL, M.A., Assistant Professor
CHARLES EUGENE MOUNTS, M.A., Instructor
ALTON CHESTER MORRIS, M.A., Instructor
WILLIAM EDGAR MOORE, M.A., Instructor
HERMAN E. SPIVEY, M.A., Instructor
WASHINGTON ALEXANDER CLARK, JR., M.A., Instructor
JOSEPH EDWIN PRICE, B.A.E., Instructor
KENNETH GORDON SKAGGS, B.A., Instructor (part time)
ERNEST GEORGE ATKIN, Ph.D., Professor
JOSEPH BRUNET, Ph.D., Assistant Professor
LINTON COOKE STEVENS, M.A., Instructor
ROBERT WILLIAM HUSTON, M.A., Instructor
JAMES MILLER LEAKE, Ph.D., Professor of Americanism
and Southern History, Professor
LESLIE BENNETT TRIBOLET, Ph.D., Assistant Professor
JAMES DAVID GLUNT, Ph.D., Assistant Professor
ANCIL NEWTON PAYNE, Ph.D., Assistant Professor


ARTHUR SYLVESTER GREEN, M.A., Instructor
THOMAS MARSHALL SIMPSON, Ph.D., Professor
WILLIAM HAROLD WILSON, Ph.D., Professor
FRANKLIN WESLEY KOKOMOOR, Ph.D., Professor
CECIL GLENN PHIPPS, Ph.D., Associate Professor
JOSEPH HARRISON KUSNER, Ph.D., Assistant Professor
HALLETT HUNT GERMOND, Ph.D., Assistant Professor
BERNARD FRANCIS DOSTAL, Assistant Professor
SAM W. MCINNIS, M.A., Instructor
ZAREH MEGUERDITCH PIRENIAN, M.S., Assistant Professor
URI PEARL DAVIS, M.A., Instructor
HASSE OCTAVIUS ENWALL, Ph.D., Professor
ROBERT C. WILLIAMSON, Ph.D., Professor
WILLIAM SANFORD PERRY, M.S., Associate Professor
ARTHUR AARON BLESS, Ph.D., Associate Professor
HAROLD LORAINE KNOWLES, Ph.D., Instructor
DANIEL C. SWANSON, B.S., Instructor
HERBERT B. MESSEC, Curator
ELMER DUMOND HINCKLEY, Ph.D., Associate Professor
OSBORNE WILLIAMS, Ph.D., Assistant Professor
VERNE E. WILSON, M.A., Instructor
LUCIUS MOODY BRISTOL, Ph.D., Professor
ROBERT COLDER BEATY, M.A., Assistant Professor (part
time)
CHARLES LANGLEY CROW, Ph.D., Professor
WILLIAM BYRON HATHAWAY, M.A., Associate Professor
OLIVER HOWARD HAUPTMANN, M.A., Instructor
THOMAS JEFFERSON HIGGINS, M.A., Instructor
FRANCIS MARION DEGAETANI, B.A.E., Instructor
HENRY PHILIP CONSTANS, M.A., Associate Professor
ARTHUR ARIEL HOPKINS, M.A., Assistant Professor
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COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE


DEAN WILMON NEWELL
Iowa State College, '97
(B.S., M.S., D.Sc.)



n The College of Agriculture, combined with the
Florida State Experiment Station, renders a service
to the State probably unequalled by any other depart-
ment of the University. This college, in addition to
teaching the fundamentals of Florida agriculture,
.carries on research work and disseminates practical
l information to farmers and fruit growers. It trains
DEAN NEWELL and equips men to preserve the resources of our great
State, and to make its soil more productive.
The aim of the College is to afford young men the best possible opportunity for gaining
technical knowledge and training in the art and science of agriculture. About one-third
of the student's time is devoted to technical studies, the other two-thirds to cultural studies
and basic sciences. A foundation is thus laid which will enable graduates to become effective
producing agriculturists or leaders in educational work. Special stress is placed on the
fruits and products of Florida, showing how they may be raised more abundantly and
scientifically.
Dean Wilmon Newell came to this state in 1915 as Plant Commissioner. Six years later
he became Dean of the Co1lege of Agriculture and Director of the Experiment Station and
the Agricultural Extension Division. He is a past president of the Association of Economic
Entomologists, and of the Association of Southern Agric -ural Workers, and belongs to
Kappa Sigma, Phi Kappa Phi, Alpha Zeta, and Gamma Sigma Delta.
FACULTY


WILBUR LEONIDAS FLOYD, M.S., Assistant Dean, Adminis-
tration, College of Agriculture
H. HAROLD HUME, M.S., Assistant Dean and Director, Re-
search
SAMUEL TODD FLEMING, M.A., Assistant Director, Admin-
istration, Experiment Station
ARTHUR PERCEVAL SPENCER, M.S., Vice-Director and Coun-
ty Agent Leader, Agricultural Extension Service
KLINE HARRISON GRAHAM, Business Manager
JOHN FRANCIS COOPER, M.S.A., Editor
RALPH MORRIS FULGHUM, B.S.A., Assistant Editor
EDWIN F. STANTON, Supervisor, Egg Laying Contest,
Chipley
IDA KEELING CRESAP, Librarian
RACHEL MCQUARRIE, Accountant
ELEANOR GWYNNETH SHAW, Secretary, College of Agri-
culture
RUBY NEWHALL, Secretary, Experiment Station and Ex-
tension Service
ALVIN PERCY BLACK, B.A., Professor of Agricultural
Chemistry
SIDNEY WILSON WELLS, B.S.A., Fellow in Agricultural
Chemistry
JOHN EDWIN TURLINGTON, Ph.D., Professor of Agricul-
tural Economics
HENRY GLENN HAMILTON, Ph.D., Associate Professor of
Marketing
RAYMOND HOLT HOWARD, M.S.A., Instructor in Farm
Management
JOHN LEVI WANN, B.S.A., Instructor in Farm Records and
Accounts
MORGAN COLUMBUS ROCHESTER, B.S., Graduate Assistant
Farm Management
ALVIN HAROLD SPURLOCK, B.S.A.E., Graduate Assistant in
SMarketing
FRAiZIER ROGERS, M.S.A., Professor of Agricultural
Engineering


HIRAM DWIGHT FREEMAN, B.S.A., Graduate Assistant in
Agricultural Engineering
OLLIE CLIFTON BRYAN, Ph.D., Professor of Soils
PETTUS HOLMES S'NN, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Farm
Crops and Genetics
HOYT SHERARD, M. S. A., Fellow in Agronomy
JOSEPH RUSSELL HENDERSON, B.S.A., Graduate Assistant
in Agronomy
AARON WHITNEY LELAND, Foreman of College Farm
CLAUDE HOUSTON WILLOUGHBY, M.A., Professor of Animal
Husbandry and Dairying
FREEMAN GOODE MARTIN, M.S., Instructor in Animal Hus-
bandry and Dairying
ALLEN PAUL MULLINS, Herdsman
MADISON DERRELL CODY, M.A., Professor of Botany and
Bacteriology
WILLIAM RICHARD CARROLL, M.S., Assistant Professor of
Botany and Bacteriology
RALPH DAVIS DICKEY, B.S.A., Assistant Professor of
Entomology and Plant Pathology
JOHN THOMAS CREIGHTON, M.S., Instructor in Entomology
and Plant Pathology
JOHN ORIAN ROWELL, B.S., Graduate Assistant in Entomol-
ogy and Plant Pathology
WILBUR LEONIDAS FLOYD, M.S., Professor of Ornamentals
and Forestry
EARLE LESLIE LORD, M.S., Professor of Pomology
CHARLES ELLIOTT ABBOTT, M.S., Assistant Professor of
Propagation and Vegetable Growing
JOHN VERTREES WATKINS, M.S.A., Assistant Horticulturist
GERVACIO E. JUAN, B.S.A., Graduate Assistant in Horti-
culture
ALAN BEVERLY BURRITT, M.L.A., Associate Professor of
Landscape Design
NATHAN WILLARD SANBORN, M.D., Professor of Poultry
Husbandry
ARTHUR LISTON SHEALY, B.S., D.V.M., Professor of Veter-
inary Science


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COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING


DEAN BLAKE R. VAN LEER
Purdue, '15
(B.S.E.E., M.S.E.E.)




The College of Engineering endeavors to prepare
its students for advancement in the field of engineer-
ing by acquainting them with the fundamental prin-
ciples involved in their line of endeavor. Theory is
combined with the practical by lectures and labora- DEAN VAN LEER
stories, and an endeavor is made to fit the student so
that he may grace any position he may fill upon graduation. The College of Engineering
has grown at a remarkable rate since 1909, evolving from the old Technological School that
was established with the University, to a College, with its own dean and faculty. The De-
partment of Chemical Engineering was added at the beginning of the year 1917-1918, and
at the present courses of instruction are offered equal to those in any school in the country.
Among the properties of the Department of Electrical Engineering are a dynamo lab-
oratory equipped with standard electrical machinery of various kinds, a communication
laboratory for classes in telephony, telegraphy, and radio engi-3ering, and a measurements
laboratory with the necessarr- instruments for testing equipment. State Radio Station
WRUF, located on the campi,.., uses a 5,000 watt transmitter of latest design, thus afford-
ing students interested in radio engineering an opportunity to become familiar with the con-
struction and operation of a modern broadcasting station. Short Wave Station W4AVA,
also located on the campus, affords students opportunity for experimentation in short wave
broadcasting. In the Department of Mechanical Engineering, the steam and aeronautics
laboratory is equipped to make gasoline and oil engine tests and heat exchange and steam
experiments. An ice and cold storage plant of two tons' capacity, together with an eighty
horse power Diesel engine, serve for complete refrigeration tests. The general equipment
and shops of the Department of Drawing and Mechanic Arts, the Department of Chemical
Engineering, and the Department of Civil Engineering are amply adequate for instructing
the students along the various lines in which they are interested.
FACULTY
WALTER HERMAN BEISLER, M.S., D.Sc. (Princeton), Professor of Chemical Engineering
ALLEN T. COLE, B.S., Graduate Assistant
PERCY LAWRENCE REED, C.E., M.S., Head of the Department and Professor of Civil Engineering
CHARLES CARROLL BROWN, C.E., M.A., Acting Associate Professor of Civil Engineering
THOMAS MARVEL LOWE, S.B., M.S., Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering
WILLIAM LINCOLN SAWYER, B.S., Instructor in Civil Engineering
JOHN A. C. BOGART, B.S.C.E., Graduate Assistant
ALBERT J. STRONG, B.S.M.E., Head of the Department and Professor of Drawing and Mechanic Arts
SILAS KENDRICK ESHLEMAN, JR., M.E., M.S., Assistant Professor of Drawing and Mechanic Arts
EDGAR SMITH WALKER, Colonel, U.S. Army (Retired), As sistant Professor of Drawing
CHESTER HOWELL JANES. B.S.M.E., Instructor in Drawing and Mechanic Arts
JOSEPH WEIL, B.S.E.E., M.S., Head of the Department and Professor of Electrical Engineering and
Head of Engineering Division, State Radio Station WRUF
EDWARD FRANK SMITH, E.E., Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering
Dow GARY BECK, Instructor in Electrical Engineering (part time)
MELVIN PRICE, E.E., M.A., Head of the Department and Professor of Mechanical Engineering
PHILIP OSBORNE YEATON, B.S., S.B., Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering
WILLIAM WARRICK FINEREN, M.E., Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering
ALFRED EDGAR WILSON, A.B., LL.B., Student Assistant
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COLLEGE OF LAW



DDEAN H. R. TRUSLER
l a University of Michigan, '06
(LL.B., A.M.)



t The College of Law of the University of Florida
was founded in 1909. In the twenty-four years
since its inception it has grown most rapidly under
the able leadership of Dean Harry R. Trusler. It is
D N ttUner one of the strongest law schools in this section of the
DEAN TRUSLER
United States and is fully accredited. The faculty
is composed of seven full-time professors, each of whom is outstanding in his particular
field. Several have written books which are recognized by the entire legal profession as
works of great merit, and which are used in many law schools and law offices throughout
the country. The Library of the College of Law contains thousands of volumes which are
essential to the student in his persuance of legal knowledge, as well as volumes of rare
value and historical importance.
Always a leader in attaining new scholastic heights, the College of Law this year takes
a most progressive step. Beginning September, 1933, the College will require for admis-
sion an academic degree or the fulfillment of all academic requirements therefore in a com-
bined course at the University of Florida. T he College of Law becomes the first institution
in the South and the sixteenth in the United States to adopt so high an admission require-
ment.
Last year the law school, in attendance, ranked fourth in the South, and twelfth among
all state university law schools. Last summer its enrollment stood third in the South, and
eighth nationally. During its years of existence the law school has had, including sum-
mer sessions, 675 graduates. The law school numbers among its graduates many of the
prominent men of the state. Many have been honored by judicial office, others have served
in the state legislature, while many are prominent in other fields of business. The Col-
lege of Law is easily one the state's greatest assets, and one of which all of Florida is
justly proud.

FACULTY
HARRY RAYMOND TRUSLER, M.A., LL.B. (Michigan), Dean and Professor of Law
CLIFFORD WALDORF CRANDALL, B.S., LL.B. (Michigan), Professor of Law
ROBERT SPRATT COCKRELL, M.A., B.L. (Virginia), Professor of Law
DEAN SLAGLE, M.A., LL.B. (Yale), Professor of Law
GEORGE WASHINGTON THOMPSON, B.S., LL.B. (Michigan), Professor of Law
CLARENCE JOHN TESELLE, M.A., LL.B. (Wisconsin), Professor of Law
JAMES WESTBAY DAY, M.A., J.D. (Florida), Professor of Law
STANLEY SIMONDS, Ph.D. (Johns Hopkins), Lecturer on Roman Law
ILA ROUNTREE PRIDGEN, Librarian and Secretary
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COLLEGE OF EDUCATION



DEAN J. W. NORMAN
Mercer University, '06
(A.B., M.A., Ph.D.)



When the University of Florida was established by
the Buckman Act in 1905, a normal department was
provided in the College of Arts and Sciences for the
purpose of training teachers. The Teachers College
was established as a separate school in 1913 with the DEAN NORMAN
DEAN NORMAN
completion of a new building given the University by
the Peabody Education Board. The name was changed to the College of Education two years
ago. J. W. Norman has ably served as dean since 1920. Dean Norman succeeded Harvey
W. Cox, now President of Emory University.
The main purpose of the College of Education is to furnish such training as will be most
useful to its students in the profession of teaching. It is the policy of the college, empha-
sized on many occasions, that its graduates shall know much about the subjects they expect
to teach, but it is equally as important that they should be resourceful in teaching a class and
skillful in managing a school, or a system of schools. This college attempts to give both
kinds of training. More specifically, it prepares its students for positions as teachers, prin-
cipals, supervisors and county or city superintendents of public instruction. It strives also
to develop in its students a keen insight into human affairs, human relationships, and human
problems. About one-fourth of a student's time is devoted to professional subjects in edu-
cation, the other three-fourths to academic subjects.
Through the courtesy of the public school authorities of Gainesville, opportunity for first-
hand educational investigation as well as student-teaching and observation under supervi-
sion has been provided. The faculty of the College of Education now anticipates the opening
in the fall of its own fine new Demonstration School, now nearly completed.


FACULTY
LEWIS BRISCOE COOPER, Ph.D. (Cincinnati), Assistant Professor of Supervised Teaching
ALFRED CRAGO, Ph.D. (Iowa), Professor of Educational Psychology and Tests and Measurements
JOSEPH RICHARD FULK, Ph.D. (Nebraska), Professor of Public School Administration
EDWARD WALTER GARRIS, Ph.D. (Peabody), Professor of Agricultural Education
ELLSWORTH GAGE LANCASTER, B.D., Ph.D. (Clark), LL.D., Assistant Professor of Child and Adolescent Psychology
WINSTON WOODARD LITTLE, M.A., Associate Professor of Secondary Education
ARTHUR RAYMOND MEAD, Ph.D. (Columbia), Professor of Supervised Teaching
JAMES WILLIAM NORMAN, Ph.D. (Columbia), Dean, and Professor of Education
ELLIS BENTON SALT, M.A., Associate Professor of Health and Physical Education
GLENN BALLARD SIMMONS, M.A., Assistant Dean, and Associate Professor of Public School Administration
(On leave, 1932-33)
BUNNIE OTHANEL SMITH, B.S.E., Assistant Professor of Curriculum Revision
JACOB HOOPER WISE, M.A., Assistant Professor of Supervised Teaching (On leave, 1932-33)
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COMMERCE AND JOURNALISM



DEAN WALTER J. MATHERLY
William Jewel College, '13
(A.B., M.A.)





The College of Commerce and Journalism had
its beginning in 1925, when it was established as a
T school in the College of Arts and Sciences. Out of
this unit was created the present separate college in
1927. Walter J. Matherly was named dean, and
DEAN MATHERLY under his capable leadership it has grown to be the
second largest unit of the University.
The College offers instruction in two distinct fields, business administration and jour-
nalism. The former is designed to provide analysis of the basic principles of business.
Those who enter this field must understand the economic organization of society and the
fundamental elements of management; must develop facility in the use of quantitative in-
struments in the determination of policy and recognize the relationships between business
leadership and social well-being. The business administration curriculum is designed to
direct attention to these phases.
Instruction in journalism proceeds upon the belief that the press is a social institution,
and that the increasing appreciation of its functions creates a demand for thorough prep-
aration, educationally, ethically and technically, for journalistic endeavor. The purpose
of this instruction is to help develop such abilities of future newspaper workers as may lend
assistance to solving the increasingly difficult problems encountered by the press.

FACULTY
HOWARD DYKMAN, B.A., LL.B., Assistant Dean and Professor of Insurance and Economics
NANNIE BELLE WHITAKER, B.A., Secretary to the Dean
JOE BASS, B.S.B.A., Assistant Secretary
WALTER JEFFRIES MATHERLY, M.A., Head of the Department and Professor of Economics
MONTGOMERY DRUMMOND ANDERSON, Ph.D. (Robert Brookings), Professor of Business Statistics and Economics
HOWARD WILLIAM GRAY, M.S., C.P.A. (Illinois), Professorof Accounting
TRUMAN C. BIGHAM, Ph.D. (Stanford), Professor of Economics
CLIFFORD AUSTIN CURTIS, Ph.D. (Chicago), Visiting Professor of Finance
HARWOOD BURROWS DOLBEARE, B.A., Associate Professor of Finance
JOHN GRADY ELDRIDGE, M.A., Associate Professor of Economics
HUBER CHRISTIAN HURST, B.A., LL.B. (Florida), Associate Professor of Business Law and Economics
ROLLIN SALISBURY ATWOOD, Ph.D. (Clark), Associate Professor of Economic Geography, and Acting
Director of Institute Inter-American Affairs
ARCHER STUART CAMPBELL, Ph.D. (Virginia), Associate Professor of Economics and Foreign Trade and
Director of the Bureau of Economic and Business Research
JOSEPH PORTER WILSON, M.B.A., Assistant Professor of Marketing and Salesmanship
JAMES EDWARD CHACE, JR., M.B.A., Assistant Professor of Economics and Business Management
WILLIAM TROTTER HICKS, M.S., Instructor in Economics and Economic Geography
GEORGE NUNEZ, B.S.B.A., Instructor in Accounting
PETER C. SCAGLIONE, B.S.B.A., Instructor in Office Management and Economic History
SIGISMOND DE RUDESHEIM DIETTRICH, Ph.D. (Clark), Instructor in Economic Geography
ERNEST M. MCCRACKEN, B.A., Research Assistant
ROBERT C. UNKRICH, Research Assistant
FRED S. JAHN, B.S.B.A., Graduate Assistant
HOWARD L. PUTMAN, B.S.B.A., Graduate Assistant
JOHN L. FISHER, Student Assistant
WILLIAM H. JOUBERT, Student Assistant
MARK W. EASTLAND, Student Assistant
ELMER JACOB EMIG, M.A., Head of the Department and Professor of Journalism
BUFORD 0. BROWN, B.A., Acting Head of the Department and Acting Professor of Journalism
WILLIAM LEONARD LOWRY, B.A., Assistant Professor of Journalism
HOWARD M. NORTON, Student Assistant
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COLLEGE OF PHARMACY



DEAN TOWNES R. LEIGH
Iuka College, '01
(B.S., A.M., Ph.D.)



The College of Pharmacy was established in the
University in 1923 as the School of Pharmacy. Fos-
tered by the druggists of Florida, to whom the school
owed its inception, and aided by liberal support of the
Legislature, the school grew to a point where it was
recognized as the College of Pharmacy in 1925. All DEAN LEIGH
work offered in the College of Pharmacy meets the
highest requirements of pharmaceutical instructions in this country. As a member of the
American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy, the College receives due recognition for its
courses from all state boards requiring attendance in a school of pharmacy as a prerequisite
for examination and registration.
The curriculum is designed to provide a broad scientific education, to train retail phar-
macists, and, through the wise selection of approved electives, to provide an opportunity
for specialization either in Commercial Pharmacy, in Pharmaceutical Chemistry, or in
Pharmacology and Pharmacognosy. The work in Pharmaceutical Chemistry is designed
to train men for positions in food and drug laboratories, or as manufacturing pharmacists.
The completion of the work of the fourth year in Pharmacognosy or Pharmacology should
qualify one to act in the capacity of a pharmacognocist, or inspector of crude drugs, or as a
pharmacologist for manufacturing houses or hospitals.
The classrooms, laboratories, and offices of the College of Pharmacy are located in the
Pharmacy-Chemistry building. A ten-acre tract has been allotted to the College for use as
a medicinal plant garden. The garden is used as a teaching adjunct and as a source of
supply for fresh material for study investigation, and classroom illustration. The Phar-
macy-Chemistry branch of the main library is housed in the Pharmacy-Chemistry building.
The library includes text and reference books and several of the American and foreign
periodicals on chemical and pharmaceutical subjects.

FACULTY


TOWNES RANDOLPH LEIGH, M.A., Ph.D. (Chicago), Head
Professor of Chemistry
ALVIN PERCY BLACK, B.A., Professor of Agricultural
Chemistry
WALTER HERMAN BEISLER, M.S., D.Sc. (Princeton), Pro-
fessor of Chemical Engineering
FRED H. HEATH, B.S., Ph.D. (Yale), Professor of Chemis-
try
VESTUS T. JACKSON, M.S., Ph.D. (Chicago), Associate Pro-
fessor of Chemistry
CASH BLAIR POLLARD, M.S., Ph.D. (Purdue), Assistant
Professor of Chemistry
BURTON J. OTTE, B.A., M.S., Curator of Chemistry
GEORGE A. HAWKINS, B.S.E., Fellow in Chemistry
HARVEY A. MAST, B.S., Fellow in Agricultural Chemistry
MAURICE L. MOORE, B.S., Fellow in Chemistry
SILAS M. THRONSON, A.B., Fellow in Chemistry
WOODSON C. TUCKER, JR., M.S., Fellow in Chemical Engi-
neering
CHILES E. SPARKS, B.S., Fellow in Chemistry
DAVE ADELSON, Student Assistant in Chemistry
ROBERT B. BENNETT, Student Assistant in Chemistry
WILLARD B. BIGGERS, Student Assistant in Chemistry
JAMES DAVID, Student Assistant in Chemistry
CARL KAZARIAN, Student Assistant in Chemistry


ARTHUR E. KROWER, Student Assistant in Chemistry
LOUIS G. MCDOWELL, Student Assistant in Chemistry
ANDREW P. MCLEAN, Student Assistant in Chemistry
Louis MAGID, Student Assistant in Chemistry
JOHN A. ROBERTS, Student Assistant in Chemistry
WILLIAM E. ROBINSON, Student Assistant in Chemistry
WALTER E. SANSBURY, Student Assistant in Chemistry
G. A. BARBER, Assistant to Curator
BERNARD V. CHRISTENSEN, M.S., Ph.D. (Wisconsin), Pro-
fessor of Pharmacognosy and Pharmacology
HAROLD W. WERNER, B.S. (Pharm.), M.S., Assistant Pro-
fessor of Pharmacognosy and Pharmacology
LOVELL D. HINER, B.S. (Pharm.), Half-time Instructor in
Pharmacognosy and Pharmacology
CLAUDE L. CONWAY, Student Assistant in Pharmacognosy
and Pharmacology
F. B. PLEMMONS, Drug Gardener
WILLIAM J. HUSA, Ph.C., M.A., Ph.D. (Iowa), Head Pro-
fessor of Pharmacy
PERRY A. FOOTE, M.S., Ph.D. (Wisconsin), Professor of
Pharmacy
PAUL S. SHATTUCK, B.S. (Pharm.), Half-time Instructor
in Pharmacy
JOSEPH M. CARTER, Student Assistant in Pharmacy


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SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE
gand ALLIED ARTS



IE DIRECTOR RUDOLPH WEAVER
Drexel Institute
(B.S., A.I.A.)


s The School of Architecture was established in the
Fall of 1925, and it offered for the first time in Flor-
ida a four-year curriculum leading to the degree of
Bachelor of Science in Architecture. Later there was
DIRECTOR p g a growing demand for additional courses in drawing,
DIRECTOR WEAVER design, painting and other related subjects, so the
scope of the work was enlarged. On May 15, 1929, the name was changed to The School of
Architecture and Allied Arts, which was organized as an independent branch of instruction,
with a Director, Professor Rudolph Weaver, who has built the school into one of the most
important units in the University. The course leading to the degree of Bachelor of Fine Arts
was first offered in September, 1929, and in 1932 the course leading to the degree of Bach-
elor of Commercial Art was added.
The School of Architecture and Allied Arts offers instruction in three fields: architec-
ture, painting and commercial art. In each of these fields drawing and design are a funda-
mental part of the curriculum. The courses in Architecture are for those students who de-
sire to become architects, or who wish to enter some related field. The increasing complex-
ity in construction that accompanies gain in population and a higher scale of civilization
causes a need for a continuous supply of trained designers and craftsmen in the art of build-
ing, and it is the aim of this course to prepare students for careers as draftsmen, designers,
inspectors and superintendents of construction, and in general to prepare them for positions
of leadership in their chosen field. There is a four-year curriculum leading to the degree of
Bachelor of Science in Architecture, and special courses are arranged for advanced students.
The object of the courses in painting is not only to develop the student's technical ability,
but to give him as broad a cultural education as possible, because the profession that he will
ultimately follow requires such a combination of technical and cultural training. The cur-
riculum begins with the fundamentals of drawing, design and color, and develops into a
highly specialized study of pictorial art, including mural decoration, figure, landscape and
portrait painting. To prepare designers for the field of commercial art, a four-year curric-
ulum is offered which gives the beginner an opportunity to learn something about various
branches of this art, and to decide which line he wants to take up for his life work. In addi-
tion to work in drawing, design and color, a sound foundation is laid in the fundamentals of
business practice.
FACULTY
RUDOLPH WEAVER, B.S., A.I.A., Director, and Head Professor of Architecture
HENRY NORTON JUNE, B.S., A.I.A., Professor of Architecture
0. C. R. STAGEBERG, B.S. Arch., Assistant Professor of Architecture
FRED T. HANNAFORD, B.A., Instructor in Architecture
ROBERT CLOSSON SPENCER, B.M.E., F.A.I.A., Instructor in Architecture
CARL E. MITTELL, B.F.A., Instructor in Drawing and Painting
WILLIAM T. ARNETT, M.A. Arch., Graduate Assistant
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GENERAL EXTENSION DIVISION


DEAN B. C. RILEY
University of Iowa, '11
(B.A., B.S.A.)



Through the General Extension Division, the
University of Florida and the State College for
Women extend their campuses into every county of
the state. In addition to numerous service functions,
the Division offers instruction to all adult citizens, DEAN RILEY
and makes every effort to suit the needs of the indi-
vidual. College courses and work of subcollegiate grade and non-credit courses are offered.
Instruction is given by correspondence study, in extension classes, and in short courses.
The college courses offered by correspondence study include practically everything given
on the campuses of the state institutions of higher learning except those courses which call
for laboratory equipment and supervision. These are intended for persons who have been to
college and who want work which will help them to secure a degree, receive, or extend a
teaching certificate, and for the man or woman, who, because of lack of educational oppor-
tunities during youth, now finds it necessary to secure more education, whether he is inter-
ested in learning how to keep a simple set of books or write a good business letter. For these
adults, there are subcollegiate courses, including high school courses and commercial courses.
All Extension class work is of collegiate level, except for a limited number of classes con-
ducted for business, professional and technical groups not desiring credit.
Correspondence study students are enrolled from every county in the state, and from
thirty other states, Cuba, Egypt and the Dutch West Indies. The average age of extension
study people is nearly 30 years, indicating that the Division is reaching people who are be-
yond school age, yet feel the need of more training, and people whose education has been
interrupted.
During the last two years there has been an increase of 42.8 percent in the number of
persons enrolled in extension courses. In 1930-32, inclusive, 490 classes were conducted in
47 counties of the state, with a total enrollment of 7,970. Correspondence study students
were found in every county, with a total enrollment of 6,620; 456 students came to the Uni-
versity for the short courses. The total number of enrollments in extension work for these
two years was 15,046.
The aims of the General Extension Division are crystallized by the Legislative Act
which created it: "To make accessible and attractive, branches of knowledge that are use-
ful to the people of Florida and carry it to them in ways that will help them most and in the
shortest time; to stimulate thought and encourage movements among the people of the state
for their benefit."


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VICE-PRESIDENT OF THE UNIVERSITY


DR. JAMES MARION FARR
Davidson College, '94
L. (B.A., M.A., Ph.D.)


DR. FARR

Having been with the University of Florida since its founding, Dr. James Marion Farr
has probably done more for the University than has any other individual. In addition to
his executive duties during the absence of President Tigert, he is head of the English Depart-
ment. He served as Acting President of the University from January to September, 1928.
As the principal exponent of the Honor System, Dr. Farr has aided greatly in placing the
University on its present high moral level.
After completing graduate work at Johns Hopkins University in 1901, Dr. Farr began
his long career of service with the University when it was located in Lake City. He is a mem-
ber of Sigma Alpha Epsilon and Blue Key fraternities.









BUSINESS MANAGER

KLEIN H. GRAHAM
University of West Virginia, '05



KLEIN GRAHAM

The office of the Business Manager has been particularly fortunate to have such an out-
standing figure in the progress and development of the University of Florida, as Klein H.
Graham. Since 1906, he has been the guiding factor in the rapid growth of the department
which now includes a large corps of assistants.
Mr. Graham is now Vice-President of the Southern Educational Buyers and Business
Officers' Association, a member of the Association of Business Officers of Eastern Colleges
and Universities. He belongs to Beta Theta Pi and Pi Gamma Mu.


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THE REGISTRAR


HARLEY WILLARD CHANDLER


The registrar has as his duties the keeping of academic records
and transcripts, the supervision of registration procedure and the
maintaining of correspondence with prospective students. It is REGISTRAR CHANDLER
his task to classify and arrange this material so that it may be
available for college administrators, professors, and students, with a maximum of usefulness.
Also a large portion of the work of the registrar's office is the keeping of detailed records
for all students. In fairness to the student it is necessary that this work be done accurately
and that a complete record be available at any time. Toward this end the registrar's office
is striving continuously. He is a member of Phi Kappa Tau Fraternity.









DEAN OF STUDENTS

DEAN B. A. TOLBERT
Wofford, '01
(B.A.E.)

1 The primary function of the office of the Dean of Students is
to make contact with individual students in need of guidance.
DEAN TOLBERT Dean Tolbert's last report has shown his particular interest at
this time in finding jobs for students and in furthering scholar-
ship on the campus. All student activities are under his supervision. It is through his office
that scholarships are handled and that efforts are made to place graduates. The dean is
in personal contact with campus organizations and social activities, and with every prob-
lem of student life. He is a member of Pi Kappa Alpha and Blue Key Fraternities. Robert
C. Beaty is assistant dean in charge of Freshmen.


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DR. TILLMAN
DR. TILLMAN


One of the things which students always point out with pride to visitors is the new and
modern infirmary. Rising phoenix-like on the site of the old dispensary that had been serv-
ing for so long, the beautiful new brick structure adds
much to the appearance of the campus. And the inside
is just as clean and efficient as the outside is beautiful.
One of the latest additions to the equipment is a modern
X-ray machine, which greatly increases the efficiency
of the infirmary. Drs. Tillman and Boyd and Miss ......
Rosa Grimes and the other nurses are always on the
job to give relief or advice, whichever is needed. MISS GRIMES DR. BOYD


INFIRMARY

DR. GEORGE C. TILLMAN
Emory University, '14
(M.D., F.A.C.S.)


RADIO STATION

DIRECTOR GARLAND W. POWELL
University of Maryland, '12
Mass. Institute of Technology


DIRECTOR POWELL


State and University Radio Station WRUF is located on the Univer-
sity campus, and forms an integral part of the University. It employs
a 5,000-watt transmitter of the latest design, and is in every respect a
most modern and up-to-date station. Major Garland Powell, director of
the station, has gathered about him a most capable staff of announcers
and operators, and WRUF is recognized as one of the state's most val-
uable assets. A large part of its programs is of an educational nature,
and it is invaluable as an advertising medium for the state.


RED BARBER
HEAD ANNOUNCER


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The Halifax, Matanzas and Indian rivers--not rivers,
really, but long narrow bays bordered on one side
by the mainland of Florida and on the other by
palm-fringed islands, bearing names which harken
back to the days of Menendez and his bold, intrepid
men; with now and then an outlet to the sea.


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J. H. AKERMAN
B. S.M.E.
Engineering
Gainesville
flKA
President Benton Engineering Society;
Chairman of Engineering Council; A. S.
M. E.; Sigma Tau; R. 0. T. C.


ROBERT M. AVENT
L.L.B.
Law
Jacksonville
nKA
Phi Delta Phi; Interfraternity
Conference; Colonels.


FRANCIS L. ANDREWS
B.S.B.A.
Commerce and Journalism
Pensacola
ZN
Interfraternity Conference; Pirates;
Theta.



JAMES L. AYRES
B.S.B.A.
Commerce and Journalism
Brooksville




HARRY KENNETH BAKER
B. S. in J.
Commerce and Journalism
Washington, D. C.
ATA
Alligator; V. C.; "30" Club; R. 0. T. C.



G. E. BARKSDALE
B. S. Ch. E.
Engineering
Tavares
Gamma Sigma Epsilon; Sigma Tau;
B. E. S.; A. I. Ch. E.



LUCIAN P. BARNETT
B.S.E.E.
Engineering
Tarpon Springs
B. E. S.; A. I. E. E.; Alligator;
Rifle Team.


ALEX AKERMAN, JR.
L.L.B.
Law
Orlando
KA
Blue Key; Omicron Delta Kappa; Phi
Delta Phi; Colonels; Vice-Pres. of
Junior Class.


BYRON KNIGHT ANDREWS
B.A.E.
Education
Green Cove Springs
Kappa Delta Pi; Kappa Phi Kappa;
Peabody Club.


WINSTON EUGENE ARNOW
L.L.B.
Law
Gainesville
ZOE
President Blue Key; Alpha Phi Epsilon;
Phi Delta Phi; Pi Delta Epsilon; Scah-
bard and Blade; Tau Kappa Alpha ; Ex-
ecutive Council; Colonels; Theta; Sec-
retary-Treasurer of Student Body; Pres.
Junior Class; Pres. Junior Law Class;
Vice-President Senior Law Class; Alli-
gator; Chairman Homecoming Commit-
tee; Captain, Executive Officer, Co. "B",
R. 0. T. C.


WILLIAM D. AVERA
B.S. inJ.
Commerce and Journalism
Gainesville
Sigma Delta Chi; Fourth Estate.


EARL R. BATTEEN
B.S.C.E.
Engineering
Tampa
Sigma Tau; B. E. S.; A. S. C. E.


FRED W. BARBER
B. S. Agr.
Agriculture
Pensacola
Ag. Club.



EDWIN A. BARNES
B.S.E.E.
Engineering
Kissimmee
Sigma Tau; Sec'y Benton Engineering
Society; Engineering Executive Coun-
cil; A. I. E. E.


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DAVID C. BARROW, JR.
B.S.M.E.
Engineering
DeSoto City
Kappa Gamma Delta; Scabbard and
Blade; Benton Engineering Society,
Vice-President; American Society of
Mechanical Engineers, Vice-Chairman;
Engineering Executive Council; Cap
and Gown Committee, Chairman; R. 0.
T. C., Captain Battery "A", 1932.


WILLIAM B. BEESON, JR.
B.S.B.A.
Commerce and Journalism
Wauchula
OKN
Alpha Kappa Psi.


TOM D. BELL
B.S.M.E.
Engineering
Arcadia
BK
A. S. M. E.; Florida Engineering
Society.



HOMER M. BIDDLE
B.S.E.
Education
Green Cove Springs





EDWARD L. BOWERS
B.S.E.
Education
DeFuniak Springs



ISHMAEL W. BRANT
B. A. HPL.
Education
Ocala
Sigma Delta Psi; Phi Epsilon Kappa;
Freshman Basketball; Freshman Base-
ball; Freshman Track; Manager Fresh-
man Basketball; B. S. U.; Y. M. C. A.



PAUL MORTON BROWN
B.S.B.A.
Commerce and Journalism
St. Petersburg
ae
Delta Sigma Pi; Executive Council;
Varsity Baseball; Freshman Baseball.


MERIL S. BEERS
B.S.
Arts and Sciences
Wabasso
Gamma Sigma Epsilon.




J. F. BERRY
B. A.E.
Education
Jacksonville
EAT
Glee Club.



JAMES W. BEVILLE, JR.
B.S.E.E.
Engineering
Gainesville
Sigma Tau; Benton Engineering Soci-
ety; A. I. E. E.; R. 0. T. C.



COLLIS C. BLAIR
A.B.
Arts and Sciences
Quincy
Kappa Phi Kappa; Y. M. C. A.;
Council, Peabody Club.



EDWIN L. BRADLEY
Phy. G.
Pharmacy
Green Cove Springs
AXz
A. Phi A., Vice-President; Leigh Chem-
ical Society; Mortar and Pestle; F. F. F.
Club.



LOUIS P. BROWNING
B. S. E. E.
Engineering
Gainesville
A. I. E. E.; Benton Engineering Soci-
ety; Captain Battery "D", R. 0. T. C.



JARRELL E. BUCHANAN
B.S.J.
Commerce and Journalism
Penny Farms
ZOE
Alpha Phi Epsilon; Sigma Delta Chi;
Florida Players; Alligator; Seminole.


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FREDERICK W. BUCKY, JR.
B. S. in Arch.
Architecture
Jacksonville
Gargoyle; Fine Arts Society, Sec'y-
Treas.; R. 0. T. C., Captain Company
"A".



VALERY D. BUTLER
A.B.E.
Education
Chipley
KA
Theta.




ROBERT E. BYRNES
B.S.B.A.
Commerce and Journalism
Jacksonville
AA



JULIAN E. CARABALLO
B.S.E.E.
Engineering
Tampa
Seminole Staff; Scabbard and Blade;
A. I. E. E.; Benton Engineering Soci-
ety ; Cavaliers; R. 0. T. C.



K. R. CARR
B.S.E.E.
Engineering
Tampa



RAY CARTER
LL.B.
Law
Miami
ATn
Athletic Council, Vice-President; Var-
sity Boxing; Varsity Swimming, Cap-
tain; "F" Club; Pirates; Colonels.


JOHN DAVID BUTLER
B.S.B.A.
Commerce and Journalism
Miami
Blue Key; Scabbard and Blade; Vice-
President Student Body, '33 ; Secretary-
Treasurer Student Body, '32; Lyceum
Council; Varsity Tennis; Freshman
Tennis; Freshman Basketball; Com-
merce Club; Y. M. C. A.; Cabinet.



H. FLEMING BUTNER
B. S. Agr.
Agriculture
DeLand
ArP
R. O. T. C.



GLENN B. CALMES
B.S.B.A.
Commerce and Journalism
Gainesville
Delta Sigma Pi.


MARTIN CARABALLO, JR.
LL.B.
Law
Tampa
Blue Key; Phi Alpha Delta; Scabbard
and Blade; Sec'y and Treasurer Senior
Law Class; Cavaliers; John Marshall
Law Club; Regimental Executive Offi-
cer, Lieutenant-Colonel, '30, R. 0. T. C.


IRA J. CARTER, JR.
B. S. HPL.
Education
Newberry
Band.


HENRY SURGEON CHERRY
B.S.
Arts and Sciences
Center Hill
1K41
Blue Key; Athletic Council, President.
'33, Vice-President, '32; Varsity Foot-
ball; Varsity Basketball; Freshman
Football; Freshman Baseball; Freshman
Basketball, Captain; "F" Club; Inter-
fraternity Conference; Faculty Ath-
letic Committee; Pirates; Bacchus;
L'Apache; Theta.


EDMUND L. CHIPLEY, JR.
B. S. Ch. E.
Engineering
Bokeelia
Gamma Sigma Epsilon; Sigma Tau;
A. I. Ch. E.


RONALD W. CHILDERS
B.S.E.E.
Engineering
Port St. Joe
BK
A. I. E. E.


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CLYDE A. BRADY
B. S. Ch. E.
Engineering
Leesburg
AX
Gamma Sigma Epsilon; Sigma Tau ; A.
I. Ch. E.; Benton Engineering Society;
Leigh Chemical Society; Serpent.


CLYDE BASS
B. S. Agr.
Agriculture
Live Oak
BK
Lambda Gamma Delta; Ag. Club; Tor-
eador Club; Florida College Farmer.


ROBERT S. COCKRELL, JR.
J.D.
Law
Gainesville
KA
Phi Delta Phi; Scabbard and Blade;
Colonels; Theta; Wrestling.



ROBERT CLYDE COGSWELL
A.B.E.
Education
Tallahassee



DICK GUMMING
B.S.B.A.
Commerce and Journalism
Miami
nKO
Serpent.




ROBERT LOUIS CROWNOVER
B. S. Ch. E.
Engineering
Coral Gables
nue
R. 0. T. C.; Track.




ALLEN R. CROW
B.S.
Arts and Sciences
Fort Pierce
A610


CHARLES HENRY CLARK
B.A.E.
Education
Bradenton
"F" Club; Executive Council; Freshman
Baseball; Varsity Baseball.



ROBERT S. COCHRANE
B.S.B.A.
Commerce and Journalism
Eustis
KI
Delta Sigma Pi.



JAMES ALDEN CODY
B.S.
Arts and Sciences
Meridian, Miss.
ZOE



ALBERT BEVERLY CONNOR
B.S.E.
Education
Auburndale
AA
R. 0. T. C.




REID A. CURTIS
L.L.B.
Law
Tampa
Kappa Gamma Delta; Phi Alpha Delta.



LON WORTH CROW, JR.
A.B.
Arts and Sciences
Miami
ZN
Theta.



WILLIAM M. CROSBY
B. S. Ch. E.
Engineering
Eustis
Ben
Theta; Wrestling; Seminole.


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EBEN COOK
B.S.E.
Education
Miami
Kappa Delta Pi; Kappa Phi Kappa; Phi
Eta Sigma; Peabody Club.


PAUL LAWRENCE CONRAD
B. S. Ch. E.
Engineering
Mount Dora
Sigma Tau; A. I. Ch. E.; B. E. S.




ELBERT M. COOK
B. S. Agr.
Agriculture
Monticello


LESTER T. CREWS
B.S.
Arts and Sciences
Venus



D. M. DAVIS
B.S.A.
Agriculture
Frostproof
AA
Thyrsus; Varsity Baseball.


BEN N. CRISWELL
B.S.B.A.
Commerce and Journalism
Miami
Delta Sigma Pi; Commerce Club; As-
sistant Councilor, Freshman Commis-
sion; Intra-Mural Board; Sec. Commit-
tee on Student Publications; Vice-Pres.
Senior Class; R. 0. T. C.



OLIVER PRESTON DAVIS
B.S.B.A.
Commerce and Journalism
Winter Haven
AA
Commerce Club; Alligator



RUSSELL HENRY DE GROVE
B.S.C.E.
Engineering
Palm Valley
A. S. C. E.; B. E. S.; Honor Court.



CHARLES J. DEWITT
B.S.E.E.
Engineering
Tampa
KZ
Inter-Fraternity Conference; Theta;
Kappa Gamma Delta.



CLARKE DOLIVE
B.S.A.
Agriculture
Orlando
ArP
Thyrsus; Ag. Club; Wrestling; Florida
College Farmer.


BERNARD A. DEAN
B.S.B.A.
Commerce and Journalism
Jacksonville
BK


HAROLD A. DELP
B.S.E.
Education
Tampa
Kappa Delta Pi; Kappa Phi Kappa;
Alpha Phi Omega; Kappa Kappa Psi;
Band; Orchestra; R. 0. T. C.


WILLIAM WORD DISHONG
LL.B.
Law
Arcadia
AX
Blue Key; Scabbard and Blade; Intra-
Mural Board; Executive Council; Bus.
Mgr. "F" Book; Bus. Mgr. Alligator;
Pres. Junior Class; Reg. Staff Captain,
R. 0. T. C.


ARTHUR G. DOZIER
B.S.
Arts and Sciences
Sarasota
nKA
Campus Checkers Champion, '31.


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RICHARD E. DRESBACH
A.B.
Arts and Sciences and Law
Fort Lauderdale
Cavaliers.



H. ATWOOD DUNWODY
L.L.B.
Law
Arcadia
KA
Inter-Fraternity Conference.



WILLIS ALFRED DUSTIN
B.S.
Arts and Sciences
Gainesville
Gamma Sigma Epsilon; Cavaliers.




BENJAMIN GIDEON ELLIS
B.S.E.E.
Engineering
Delray Beach
Florida Players; A. I. E. E.




F. J. ESPINOSA
B.S.B.A.
Commerce and Journalism
Tampa




ARTHUR P. EVANS
B.S.A.
Agriculture
Vero Beach
Glee Club; Leigh Chem.; Florida Flay-
ers ; Captain Battery "G"; Band; Ag.
Club; Y. M. C. A.; Florida College
Farmer.


EUGENE BRYAN DUNCAN
B. S. Arch.
Architecture
Summerfield
Gargoyle Club, President; Scabbard and
Blade; Lyceum Council; Freshman
Track; Intramural Manager Baseball;
R. 0. T. C.. Captain Co. "B", '32.


WM. ELLIOTT DUNWODY
L.L.B.
Law
Arcadia
KA
Blue Key; Omicron Delta Kappa;
Executive Council, '32.


CLIFFORD ANDERSON
EDWARDS
B.S.B.A.
Commerce and Journalism
Tampa
nKO
Delta Sigma Pi.



FLOYD A. ERICKSON
B.S.A.E.
Agriculture
Canal Point




LUCIUS LUTHER ESTRIDGE,
JR.
A.B.E.
Education
Mulberry
Circuls de Hispano Americano.


JOHN DIXON EVANS
B.S.
Arts and Sciences
Jacksonville
nlue


HENRY LORIMER FAGAN
B.S.A.
Agriculture
Trenton


RALPH M. FAGLIE
B.S.A.
Agriculture
Monticello


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ANDREW JOHN FERENDINO
B. S. Arch.
Architecture
Miami
Gargoyle.



HARRY A. FIFIELD
A.B.
Arts and Sciences
Jacksonville
ATA
Blue Key; Phi Eta Sigma; Pi Delta Ep-
silon; Kappa Kappa Psi; Business Mgr.
Alligator; Pres. Lyceum Council; Al-
ligator Proof Staff; Alligator Copy
Editor; Band Mgr.; Orchestra.


CLARA FLOYD
J.D.
Law
Hawthorne
A. B. Brenau College, Gainesville. Geor-
gia; Alpha Delta Theta (Brenau)



JOHN W. FRIESNER, JR.
B. S. Agr.
Agriculture
Lake Alfred
ArP
Alpha Zeta.


PHILIP B. GLANCY
A.B.E.
Education
West Palm Beach
ZOE
Kappa Phi Kappa; Sec'y of 1933 Intra-
mural Board; Track; Interfraternity
Conference; Seminole.



GEORGE GONZALEZ
L.L.B.
Law
West Palm Beach




HILL GORDON
B.S.
Arts and Sciences
Fort Lauderdale
ZAE
L'Apache.


FRED NAGIB FARUM
Graduate M. S. Agr.
Agriculture
Jerusalem, Palestine
A:pha Zeta.



JOHN WALKER FIELD
B.S.A.
Agriculture
Miami
ZAE




THOMAS C. FLETCHER, JR.
B.S.
Arts and Sciences
Williston
BK


WILLIAM L. FOURAKER
B.S.B.A.
Commerce and Journalism
Jacksonville
Delta Sigma Pi; Honor Court;
Commerce Club.


GARDNER T. GILLETTE
B.S.B.A.
Commerce and Journalism
Jacksonville
OAT
Blue Key; Alpha Kappa Psi; Pi Delta
Epsilon; Managing Editor Seminole;
President Junior Class; Alligator (So-
ciety Editor, '31) ; Intramural Board,
'30, '31; Pres. Interfraternity Confer-
ence; Serpent.



ARTHUR GOLDSTEIN
Phy. G.
Pharmacy
Gainesville
Mortar and Pestle; Leigh Chemical;
Florida Players.




WILLIAM B. GOODWIN
B.S.B.A.
Commerce and Journalism
Franklin, Mass.


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ROBERT A. GRAFF
B.S.
Arts and Sciences
Miami



WILLIAM GUENTHER
B. S. Agr.
Agriculture
Altoona
Alpha Zeta; Florida College Farmer;
Ag. Club.


HARVEY L. HAESEKER
B.S.C.E.
Engineering
St. Petersburg
Blue Key; Scabbard and Blade; A. S.
C. E.; Benton Engineering Society;
Freshman Baseball; Alligator (Sports
Editor and Asst. Mgr. Editor); Semi-
nole (Sports Editor and Military); In-
tramural Board, '32, '33; President
Cavaliers; Lieutenant-Colonel Artillery
Regiment, R. 0. T. C.


HERBERT RAYMOND
HALPERN
B.S.B.A.
Commerce and Journalism
Jacksonville
iOB&


JOHN J. HENDERSON
L.L.B.
Law
St. Augustine





R. E. HERRICK
B.S.E.E.
Engineering
Tampa
Freshman Track; Capt. Varsity Track;
B. E. S.; A. I. E. E.; "F" Club.





ALTON L. HILLIARD
B.S.B.A.
Commerce and Journalism
Fort Pierce
De'ta Sigma Pi.


RICHARD GARDNER
A.B.
Arts and Sciences and Law
Quincy
Cavaliers; Florida Review; Alligator;:
Seminole; Executive Council; Phi Kap.
pa Phi; Phi Alpha Delta.



JOHN HARRY GULZIAN
B.S.B.A.
Commerce and Journalism
St. Petersburg
Alpha Kappa Psi.



LUCIEN D. HALL
B.S.B.A.
Commerce and Journalism
St. Petersburg
Alpha Kappa Psi.



DAVID W. HARRIS
B.S.
Commerce and Journalism
Miami
OKT
Blue Key; Omicron Delta Kappa; Pi
Delta Epsilon ; Varsity Wrestling;
Alligator.


WILLIAM A. HERIN
J.D.
Law
Miami
IN
President of Student Body, '33; Blue
Key ; Phi Kappa Phi; Phi Delta Phi; Pi
Gamma Mu; Tau Kappa Alpha; Chan-
cellor Honor Court, '30 ; President South-
ern Federation of College Students, '33 ;
Debate Team, '29.


ROBERT LEWIS HESTER, JR.
B.S.B.A.
Commerce and Journalism
Miami
Delta Sigma Pi; Commerce Club; In-
ternational Relations Club.


EARL HIRSH
A.B.E.
Education
Jacksonville
B-
Sigma Delta Psi; Vigilance Committee,
'29; Freshman Executive Council, '28;
Varsity Basketball; Freshman Football;
Freshman Basketball.


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LOYCE L. HOLMES
B.S.B.A.
Commerce and Journalism
O'Brien
Delta Sigma Pi.




RALPH K. HOOD
B.S.E.
Education
Crystal River
ZAT


CYRIL ORVIN HOULE
B.A.E.
Education
Sarasota
ATA
Alpha Phi Epsilon; Kappa Delta Pi; Pi
Delta Epsilon; Alligator; Seminole;
Florida Review; Serpent.



AUBREY J. HUDSON
B. S. Agr.
Agriculture
Jay
Alpha Zeta; Ag. Club; Toreador Club.



WALTON B. HUNTER
L. L. B. and A. B.
Arts and Sciences and Law
Tavares
Kappa Gamma Delta; Phi Alpha Delta.



B. ALEXANDER JOHNSON
L.L.B.
Law
Lake Wales
Ben
Phi Delta Phi; Colonels.


IVEY W. HOGAN
B.S.A.E.
Agriculture
Trenton
Ag. Club.



RICHARD B. HOLLAND
B.S.B.A.
Commerce and Journalism
St. Petersburg
OKT



GERALD W. HOSTETLER
B.S.E.E.
Engineering
Miami
Phi Kappa Phi; Sigma Tau; A. I. E.
E.; Benton Engineering Society; R. 0.
T. C.; Executive Council.



PHILIP HOWSER
B.S.B.A.
Commerce and Journalism
Paterson, N. J.
OBA



JAMES H. HUNTER
B.S.
Arts and Sciences
Wewahitchka
OKT
Rho Chi; Theta.



JACK WEBSTER JERNIGAN
B. S. Ch. E.
Engineering
St. Augustine
A. I. Ch. E.; Kappa Kappa Psi.


ERWIN JOHNWICK
B.A.E.
Education
Gainesville


J. A. JONES, JR.
B. S. Agr.
Agriculture
Newberry
ArP
Ag. Club.


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STANLEY BRUCE JONES
B.S.B.A.
Commerce and Journalism
Port Tampa City
AX
Delta Sigma Pi; Band, '30, '31, '32;
Theta; R. 0. T. C.


WILLIAM H. JOUBERT
B.S.B.A.
Commerce and Journalism
Tampa
Blue Key; Phi Kappa Phi; Beta Gamma
Sigma; Phi Eta Sigma; Pi Delta Epsi-
lon; Managing Editor and Editor-in-
Chief of Alligator; Freshman Boxing.



JOHN WATT KIRKPATRICK
A.B.
Arts and Sciences
Gainesville
XX
Theta; R. 0. T. C.



GARABED G. DUBESSERIAN
B. S. Ch. E.
Engineering
Gainesville
Benton Engineering Society.



HENRY WILLIAM LAND
B. S. Agr.
Agriculture
Apopka
ZAT
Alpha Zeta; Scabbard and Blade; Hon-
or Court; Florida Farmer; Ag. Club.
R. 0. T. C.



FRED P. LAWRENCE
B. S. Agr.
Agriculture
Gotha
nKA



BRUCE G. LEHMAN
A.B.
Arts and Sciences and Law
Miami
OKT
Pi Gamma Mu; Scabbard and Blade;
Seminole; Inter-Fraternity Council;
Colonels; R. 0. T. C. Captain Co. "I".


TROY H. JONES
B. S. Agr.
Agriculture
Gainesville
ArP
Alpha Zeta; Thyraus; Ag. Club.



NORMAN FRANCIS KINZIE
A.B.E.
Education
Fort Myers
ex
Kappa Phi Kappa; Alpha Phi Omega;
Band.



GEORGE W. KRAMER
B. S. Agr.
Agriculture
Winter Haven
ArP
Glee Club.



EDGAR J. LAMBERT
A.B.
Arts and Sciences
Miami
OKT
Serpent; Bacchus; Scabbard and Blade;
Brigade Colonel, R. 0. T. C., '33.



EARL W. LAU
B.S.B.A.
Commerce and Journalism
Winter Garden
AA



GILBERT D. LEACH
B.S.E.E.
Engineering
Leesburg
ZOE
Kappa Gamma Delta; Florida Players;
Florida Engineering Society; A. I. E.
E.; B. E. S.; Leigh Chemical Society.



ALBERT K. LEVINSTEIN
B.S.A.
Education
Miami


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HUGH CLARION LOGAN
B. S. Agr.
Agriculture
Tampa
ZN
Alpha Zeta; Scabbard and Blade;
Thyrsus.



GLENN H. LUCAS
B. S. Agr.
Agriculture
Bradenton
ArP
Alpha Zeta.


JAMES A. MCCLELLAN
B. S. Agr.
Agriculture
Monticello
Ag. Club, Vice-President; Toreador
Club; Debate Council.


LOUIS LAFORCE MCQUITTY
B.S.E.
Education
Fort Myers
ATA
Blue Key; Alpha Phi Epsilon; Kappa
Delta Pi; Kappa Phi Kappa; Scabbard
and Blade; Football; Interfraternity
Conference.



ARTHUR D. McVoY
B. S. Arch.
Architecture
Gainesville
Gargoyle Club.



STANLEY I. MACDUFF
B.S.M.E.
Engineering
Daytona Beach
Ben
Sigma Tau; Engineering Council.





RUSSELL C. MADDOX
A. B. and HPL
Education
Jacksonville


JERRY LITHERLAND
B.S.E.
Education
Ocoee
ATA
Athletic Council; Football; Freshman
Basketball; Freshman Baseball; Scab-
bard and Blade; Polo Squad.


AQUILINO LOPEZ
LL.B.
Law
Key West
Zl


W. A. MCCARTY
A. B. Arch.
Architecture
Gainesville
AX
Seminole; Gargoyle Club; Honor Court;
Fine Arts Society; Allied Arts Society;
La Charette.


ANDREW P. MCLEAN
B.S.
Pharmacy
Pensacola
Blue Key; Omicron Delta Kappa; Scab-
bard and Blade; R. 0. T. C., Captain of
Bat'.ery "A".

WILLIAM A. MCRAE, JR.
J.D.
Law
Jacksonville
ATSl
Rhodes Scholar to Oxford; Blue Key;
Phi Delta Phi; Pi Delta Epsilon; Tau
Kappa Alpha; Scabbard and Blade;
Florida Oratorical Champion in the
Washington Bicentennial Competition;
Omicron Delta Kappa; Alligator Staff,
1, 2, 3; Debate Team, 2, 3, 4, 5; Foot-
ball, 2, 3, 4; President of Intra-Mural
Board; President Florida Y. M. C. A.
Conference, '30; Cadet Colonel com-
manding R. 0. T. C. Regiment.


LOUIS G. MACDOWELL
B.S.
Arts and Sciences
Melbourne
OKT
Gamma Sigma Epsilon; Theta.


ALFRED EDWIN MACKRILLE
B.S.B.A.
Commerce and Journalism
New Haven, Conn.
Delta sigma Pi; Commerce Club.
Delta Sigma Pi; Commerce Club.


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E. M. MALLORY
B. S. Phy.
Pharmacy
Orlando
OKT
Gamma Sigma Epsilon; Rho Chi; Scab-
bard and Blade; Debate Council; R. 0.
T. C. Lt. Colonel.


SAMUEL HAYES MARSHALL
B.S.B.A.
Commerce and Journalism
Fort Lauderdale
KZ




HARVEY DE MATHIS
B.S.B.A.
Commerce and Journalism
Panama City




WILLIAM THOMAS MAYO
L.L.B.
Law
Jacksonville
Phi Alpha Delta.



FRANK L. MILLER
B.S.B.A.
Commerce and Journalism
Sanford
FKA
Pirates; Theta; R. 0. T. C. Captain
Regimental Staff; Chairman of Senior
Invitations Committee.


JOHN B. MINARDI
L.L.B.
Law
Tampa
zi
Blue Key; Phi Alpha Delta; Boxing
Captain, '31, '32; Coach, '33; Athletic
Council, '32, '33; Alligator.


GEORGE E. MORGAN
A.B.
Arts and Sciences
Sound Beach, Conn.
Baen
Pi Delta Epsilon; Farr Literary; Intra-
mural Board, '32, '33; Rifle Team, '30,
'31, '32, Pres., '33; Pistol Team, '32,
'33; R. 0. T. C.


ERNEST B. MANSFIELD
B.S.M.E.
Engineering
St. Petersburg
BK
A. S. M. E.; Florida Engineering
Society.



FRANK MASSARI
LL.B.
Law
Tampa
zi
A!pha Phi Epsilon; Phi Alpha Delta;
Florida Plagers: Interfraternity Confer-
ence; President Senior Law Class.


E. L. MATTHEWS
B.S.A.E.
Agriculture
Ponce de Leon
Alpha Zeta; Kappa Delta Pi; Kappa Phi
Kappa; Executive Council; Peabody
Club; Freshman Guidance Committee.



DENNIS ELMO MILLER
B. A. HPL
Education
West Palm Beach
Kappa Delta Pi; Kappa Phi Kappa;
Sigma Delta Psi; Freshman Track;
R. 0. T. C.


JOHN D. MILTON
B.S.
Arts and Sciences
Marianna
eAE
L'Apache; Theta; Serpent.


KINGMAN C. MOORE
B.S.B.A.
Commerce and Journalism
Orlando
nKA


ISADORE MOSCOVITZ
B.S.J.
Commerce and Journalism
Jacksonville
B&
Alpha Phi Epsilon; Sigma Delta Chi;
Fourth Estate; Spanish Club; Phi Kap-
pa Phi; Order of the Palms; Interna-
tional Relations Club; R. 0. T. C.


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ABRAHAM MOYAL
B. S. Agr.
Agriculture
Aviv, Palestine
Ag. Club; Thyrsus; Alpha Zeta.


MARSHALL C. MUSSER, JR.
L.L.B.
Law
St. Petersburg
14,E
Blue Key; Scabbard and Blade; Honor
Court; Vice-President of Freshman Law
Class; Bacchus; L'Apache; Colonels;
Theta; Polo Team.


JAMES LEFFERTS NEEFUS
B.S.M.E.
Engineering
Rockledge
B. E. S.; A. S. M. E.; R. 0. T. C.
Captain Battery "H".


COPELAND NEWBERN, JR.
B. S. Agr.
Agriculture
Worthington
OKN
Florida College Farmer; Alpha Phi Ep-
silon; Pi Delta Epsilon; Ag. Club;
R. 0. T. C.


LEON W. NOEL
B.S.B.A.
Commerce and Journalism
St. Petersburg
BK
Orchestra; Commerce Club.



MICHAEL J. O'BRIEN
L.L.B.
Law
Tampa
ATM
Phi Delta Phi; Newman Club; Colonels.





OSMOND LEE OSTEEN
B.S.E.E.
Engineering
Fort Myers


H. HUMPHREY MOTLEY, JR.
A.B.
Arts and Sciences
Jacksonville
Tau Kappa Alpha; International Rela-
tions Club; Debating, '32, '33.



RANDALL R. MUSSELMAN
B.S.A.
Agriculture
Dade City
ArP
Alpha Zeta; Ag. Club; R. 0. T. C.



WILLIAM N. MYERS
A.B.
Arts and Sciences
Rockledge
Phi Kappa Phi; Phi Eta Sigma; Pi
Gamma Mu; Executive Council, '33;
Glee Club; Farr Literary Society; Alpha
Phi Omega; Cavaliers; R. 0. T. C.



EUGENE REYNOLDS NELSON
B. S. Agr.
Agriculture
Bushnell
Ag. Club; R. 0. T. C.



FREDERICK H. NEWMAN
L.L.B.
Law
Jacksonville
Bsen
Phi Delta Phi; Colonels.



DOUGLAS W. OBERDORFER
A.B.
Arts and Sciences
Jacksonville
Phi Kappa Phi; Phi Eta Sigma.



MATT M. O'BRIEN
L.L.B.
Law
Tampa
ATM
Phi Delta Phi; Newman Club; Colonels.


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WESLEY DALTON OWENS
Phy.
Pharmacy
Gainesville
ADD
Interfraternity Conference:; Leigh Chem-
ical Society; Mortar and Pestle Society.


SEEBER PARKER
B.S.E.E.
Engineering
St. Petersburg
BK
A. I. E. E.; B. E. S.


GEORGE LLOYD PATTEN
L.L.B.
Law
Miami
Blue Key; Vice-President Student Body;
Honor Court.




ROBERT W. PATTON
L.L.B.
Law
Tampa
Kappa Kappa Psi, Alligator, '32, '33.



LOUIS CALVERT PEPPER
L.L.B.
Law
Gainesville
0AG
Kappa Gamma Delta; Interfraternity
Conference; Swimming; Bacchus;
L'Apache; Colonels; Theta.



DEXTER ALTON PILLSBURY
B.S.B.A.
Commerce and Journalism
Jacksonville
Beta Gamma Sigma; Phi Eta Sigma;
Commerce Club.


WILLIAM J. PLATT, JR.
B.S.A.
Agriculture
Summerfield
AX
Ag. Club; Cheer Leader, '30; Debate
Team; Florida College Farmer; Alliga-
tor; R. 0. T. C.


ROLANDO V. PARAJON
B.S.E.E.
Engineering
Habana



NED A. PATTON
B.S.B.A.
Commerce and Journalism
Apalachicola
IN
Scabbard and Blade; President Senior
Class; Serpent; R. 0. T. C., Lt. Colonel.



JOHN GORDON PATTERSON
B. S. Ch. E.
Engineering
St. Petersburg
nKA
Sigma Tau; A. S. C. E.; Bacchus.


STANLEY J. PECKHAM
B.A.
Arts and Sciences
Lake Mary
Athletic Council; Freshman Boxing;
Varsity Boxing; F. Club; Intramural
Boxing Manager; R. 0. T. C.


JACK D. PETERS
B.S.B.A.
Commerce and Journalism
Sanford
nKA
Blue Key; Omicron Delta Kappa; Scab-
bard and Blade; Honor Court; Fresh-
man Baseball; Pirates ; Theta ; R. 0. T.
C., Captain Infantry Staff.

ROBERT GROVER PITTMAN,
JR.
A.B.E.
Education
Apopka
fnKA
Blue Key; Freshman Basketball; Fresh-
man Baseball; Varsity Basketball; Var-
sity Baseball; "F" Club; Pirates.

MYRON C. PREVATT
L.L.B.
Law
Jacksonville
KI
Vice-President Junior Law Class; Man-
ager Freshman Boxing Team; Semi-
nole; Colonels; F. F. F. Club; Y. M. C.
A. Council; R. 0. T. C., Captain D. & B.
Corps.


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RoY L. PURVIS
B.S.B.A.
Commerce and Journalism
Miami
OKT
Alpha Phi Epsilon; Pi Delta Epsilon;
Baseball Manager; Seminole; Interfra-
ternity Conference; Serpent.



JOHN M. RAYMOND
B.S. C.E.
Engineering
Jacksonville
Ben



JOHN A. ROBERTS
B.S.
Arts and Sciences
Gainesville
AX
Gamma Sigma Epsilon ; Leigh Chemical
Society; F. F. F. Club; R. 0. T. C.



JOHN T. ROGERS
L.L.B.
Law
Gainesville
Phi Alpha Delta; Florida Players; Hon-
or Court, '32; Chancellor, '33 ; Farrn- Lit-
erary Society; John Marshall Debating
Society.



JOHN TILDEN ROSE, JR.
L. L. B. and A. B. E.
Law and Education
Punta Gorda
AX
Glee Club.


DONALD S. RUFF
B.S.B.A.
Commerce and Journalism
Gainesville
Florida Players; Commerce Club.;
Fourth Estate.


CLEMENT FULTON SAUSSY
B.S.B.A.
Commerce and Journalism
Gainesville
Delta Sigma Pi; Commerce Club; Alpha
Phi Omega; Cavaliers; Spanish Club;
Intramural Section Manager;
R. 0. T. C.


JOHN WILLIAM PRUNTY
L.L.B.
Law
Miami
Ben
Blue Key; Omicron Delta Kappa; Alpha
Phi Epsilon; Phi Delta Phi; Pi Delta
Epsilon; Scabbard and Blade; Tau IKap-
pa Alpha; Debate Squad, '29, '30, '31,
'32, '33; Track; Seminole; Alligator;
R. 0. T. C. Captain Regimental Staff.


ARNOLD M. RADER
B. S. Ch. E.
Engineering
Lakeland
Sigma Tau; A. I. C. E.; Benton Engi-
neering Society; Leigh Chemical Soci-
ety; R. 0. T. C.



WALTER REUTHER
B.S.
Arts and Sciences
Seffner
Gamma Sigma Epsilon.



ROLLIN L. ROGERS
B.S.J.
Commerce and Journalism
Fort Pierce
niKA
Sigma Delta Chi; Florida Players ;
Alligator, '30, '31.



GEORGE ROMFH
A.B.
Arts and Sciences
Miami
40A9
Theta, Georgetown Univ. 1, 2.



MITCHELL M. ROSENBERG
M. S.
Graduate
Daytona Beach
OBA
Phi Kappa Phi; Kappa Delta Pi; Kap-
pa Phi Kappa.




ROBERT IRVING SARBACHER
B.S.E.E.
Engineering
Miami
KI
Sigma Tau.


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JAMES W. SHACKLEFORD
B.S.E.E.
Engineering
Gainesville
OKN
Scabbard and Blade; Sigma Tau; Benton
Engineering Society; Alligator; Inter-
fraternity Conference; Theta; R. 0. T. C.
Captain Battery "B".


WILLIAM CALVIN SHERRILL
B.S.
Arts and Sciences
West Palm Beach
KI
Blue Key; Phi Eta Sigma; Scabbard and
Blade; Honor Court; Vice-President
Junior Class; Varsity Baseball; Fresh-
man Football; Freshman Basketball;
Freshman Baseball; "F" Club; Pirates;
Bacchus; Theta; R. 0. T. C., Captain.


PAUL N. SIMMONS
B. S. Agr.
Agriculture
Plant City
AFP
Ag. Club; R. 0. T. C.


GEORGE L. SINGELTARY
L.L.B.
Law
Kissimmee
IN
Colonels.



C. B. SMITH
B.S.E.
Education
Fort Pierce
Phi Kappa Phi; Kappa Delta Pi.




LUELL L. SMITH
B.S.B.A.
Commerce and Journalism
Dunnellon




OTIS SMITH
B. S. Agr.
Agriculture
Bradenton
Alpha Zeta.


CHARLES E. SHEPARD, JR.
B. S. Agr.
Agriculture
Gainesville
R. 0. T. C.



HERBERT SHER
B.S.
Arts and Sciences
Jacksonville




WILLIAM G. SIMMONS
B.S.
Arts and Sciences
Miami
Ben
Alpha Epsilon Delta; Florida Players;
R. 0. T. C.



CHARLES ALEX. SMITH
B.A.E.
Education
Reddick
YX
Alligator.


JOSEPH BORDEN SMITH, JR.
B.S.E.E.
Engineering
Tampa
Ax
Sigma Tau; B. E. S.; A. I. E. E.;
R. 0. T. C.



LESTER SMITH
A.B.
Arts and Sciences
Tarpon Springs
IAT



HYMAN BURTON SOBOL
L.L.B.
Law
Gainesville
TEO
Junior Prom Committee; Senior Ring
Committee; Freshman Basketball; Alli-
gator; Interfraternity Conference.


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HERBERT E. SPENCER
B.S.B.A.
Commerce and Journalism
Gainesville
ZOE
"F" Club; Freshman Track; Varsity
Track; Serpent; Scabbard and Blade.

ALLEN T. STANWIX-HAY
B.S.E.E.
Engineering
Jacksonville
ZAT
Scabbard and Blade; Benton Engineer-
ing Society; A. I. E. E.; R. 0. T. C.,
Major First Battalion.



LEO K. STONE
B.S.
Arts and Sciences
Pierson
R. 0. T. C.



CARNEY H. TAYLOR
B.S.B.A.
Commerce and Journalism
Plant City
ATA
Commerce Club; International Relations
Club.


JOHN M. TOLAND
B.S.B.A.
Commerce and Journalism
Tampa
Commerce Club; International Relations
Club.




J. ROBERT VEEN
B.S.
Arts and Sciences
Palmetto


ALLEN W. SPENCER
B.S.
Pharmacy
Pittsfield, Mass.
AZ
Sigma Delta Psi; Swimming, '30, '31,
'32, Captain ; Serpent.



G. C. SPICOLA, JR.
B.S. B.A.
Commerce and Journalism
Tampa
1I



THOMAS E. STEVENS
B.S.E.E.
Engineering
Gainesville
Sigma Tau; Benton Engineering Soci-
ety; A. I. E. E.; R. 0. T. C.



MEYER STOUN
B.S.B.A.
Commerce and Journalism
Tampa
Gamma Sigma Epsilon; Scabbard and
Blade; Debate; Team.




CHARLES E. TERRY
B.S.E.
Education
Orlando



J. E. VASSIE
B. S. Ch. E.
Engineering
Mulberry
Chemical Engineering Society.



J. PASCO WOODS
L.L.B.
Law
Perry
Freshman Basketball; Varsity Basket-
ball; "F" Club; Intramural Board.


ORESTA L. WOOD
B.S.E.
Education
Baker
Peabody Club; Kappa Phi Kappa.


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F. K. WITT
B.A.E.
Education
Lake City




RALPH C. WILLITS
B.S.C.E.
Engineering
Stuart
Sigma Tau; B. E. S.; A. S. C. E.;
R. 0. T. C.


JOHN F. WILKES
B. S. Ch. E.
Engineering
Jacksonville
BK
Sigma Tau; A. I. Ch. E.: Alligator, '29;
Benton Engineering Society; F. F. F.;
Y. M. C. A.; Scabbard and Blade; Cap-
tain Battery "E," R. 0. T. C.



BENJAMIN F. WELLES, JR.
B.S.B.A.
Commerce and Journalism
Arcadia
AX


ABRAHAM WEINBERG
B.S.
Arts and Sciences
Miami
Phi Eta Sigma; Freshman Executive
Council; Sophomore Advisory Council;
Varsity Wrestling; Rifle Team.



CHARLES W. TRIESTE
B. S. E.E.
Engineering
Gainesville
A. I. E. E.; B. E. S.; R. 0. T. C.



JACK WATSON
B. S. Arch.
Architecture
Miami
KZ
Gargoyle Club.


ALFRED E. WILSON
B.S.M.E.
Engineering
Tampa
nue
Alpha Phi Epsilon ; Kappa Gamma Delta;
Phi Alpha Delta; Benton Engineering
Society.


SDONALD K. WILLIAMS
B.S.B.A.
Commerce and Journalism
Tampa
nKA
Kappa Kappa Psi; Band; Pirates;
Bacchus.


OLIVER F. WIESE
B.A.
Arts and Sciences
Tampa
Alpha Phi Epsilon; Tau Kappa Alpha;
Florida Review Board; Florida Players;
Farr Literary Society; Debate Team ;
Y.M.C.A.



NATALIE M. WEINSTEIN
LL.B.
Law
St. Augustine




JOHN WESLEY WAKEFIELD
B.S.C.E.
Engineering
Apalachicola
A. S. C. E.; Benton Engineering Soci-
ety; Episcopal Club; President Brother-
hood of St. Andrew; R. 0. T. C.



FRANCIS R. WALTON
B. S. Arch.
Architecture
Daytona Beach
Gargoyle Club.




WALTER H. WOODWARD, JR.
A.B.
Arts and Sciences and Law
Marianna
ZAE
Blue Key; Phi Delta Phi; Pi Gamma
Mu; L'Apache; Colonels; Serpent;
Scabbard and Blade; R. 0. T. C.


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LEO WOTITZKY
B.S.E.
Education
Punta Gorda
OBA
Kappa Delta Pi; Kappa Phi Kappa;
Alligator.



HUGH YOUNG, JR.
B.S.J.
Commerce and Journalism
Everglades
OKT



ALBERT LYNN ASH, JR.
B.A.E.
Education
Tarpon Springs
AA



CHARLES L. RAULERSON
B.S.B.A.
Commerce and Journalism
Okeechobee
igKA
Scabbard and Blade; Secretary and
Treasurer Senior Class; L'Apache;
Theta; R. 0. T. C.


H. DRENNEN BROWN
B. A. HPL.
Education
Leesburg
ZOE
Blue Key; Intramural Board; Executive
Council; Freshman Basketball;
Seminole; "F" Club.


MAX J. MOORHEAD
B.S.B.A.
Commerce and Journalism
Mount Dora
Intramural Board. '31, '32.



ALBERT LUPFER ROGER
B. S. HPL.
Education
Orlando
nKA
Blue Key; Scabbard and Blade; Fresh-
man Football; Freshman Baseball;
Varsity Football: Varsity Baseball;
Pirates; Bacchus; L'Apache; Theta;
K. 0. T. C., Major Second Battalion.

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JOHN K. WOOLSLAIR
L.L.B.
Law
Fort Myers
ex
Blue Key; Omicron Delta Kappa; Phi
Delta Phi; Interfraternity Conference;
John Marshall Law Club; Pirates;
Colonels; Serpent.


REUBEN CARL YEDVOB
B. S. E.
Education
Meridian, Conn.




PHILLIPS CONSTANTINE
A.B.
Arts and Sciences
Clearwater
nKA
Band; Leigh Chemical Society.




WILTON STURGES, JR.
A.B.
Graduate
Dothan, Ala.
zx
Blue Key; Business Manager "F" Book;
Business Manager Seminole; Serpent.


ALLEN GREGORY PATRONS
B.S.E.
Education
Quincy
ZAT
Kappa Phi Kappa; Peabody Club; Leigh
Chemical Society; Athletic Council;
Varsity Football, '25, '26, '28.


WILLIAM MYRON DUNCAN
B.S.J.
Commerce and Journalism
Starke
Sigma Delta Chi; Alligator, '29, '30, '31,
'32; Sagamore; Glee Club.




JOHN J. BOND
B.S.
Arts and Sciences
Tallahassee
ex
Alpha Epsilon Delta.












VINCENT CROSSWY
Ph. G.
Pharmacy
Lakeland
IN
Leigh Chemical Society; Mortar and
Pestle.


RICHARD LEE BROOKS
Agriculture
Graduate
Jacksonville
AFP



WILLIAM GILBERT MILLER
A.B.,M.A.
Graduate
Birmingham, Ala.
nKA
Birmingham Southern College; Omicron
Delta Kappa.


WALTER E. SANSBURY
M. S.
Graduate
West Palm Beach
Gamma Sigma Epsilon; Leigh Chemical
Society; Florida Players.



RALPH S. MIZRAHI
B. S. Arch.
Architecture
Jacksonville
TEO



JAMES L. BURNETT
B. S. Arch.
Architecture
Tallahassee
ZOE
Cross Country Team.



MARION MCCUNE
B.S.B.A.
Commerce and Journalism
Miami
L'Apach.
L'Apache.


DAVID E. ADELSON
M. S.
Graduate
Tampa
TEO
Phi Kappa Phi; Gamma Sigma Epsilon;
Phi Eta Sigma; Leigh Chemical Society.


VERNON JONES, B. A.
M. S. in Chemistry
Graduate
Lubbock, Texas
Texas Technological College.



HARWOOD ROSSER, JR.
M.A.
Graduate
Jacksonville
Phi Kappa Phi.



HARRY A. ROGERS
B. S. Ch. E.
Engineering
Hastings
AA
A. I. Ch. E.; Leigh Chemical; B. E. S.



RAYFORD C. MCCORMICK
A. B., HPL.
Education
Gainesville
nKO
Bacchus; Serpent.




H. F. COLEMEN
B.S.E.E.
Engineering
Cocoa
610




JOE JENKINS
B.S.B.A.
Commerce and Journalism
Leesburg
flnKO
Football, 1, 2, 3, 4; Captain 4.


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WM. ED. CULBREATH, JR.

B. S. Jour.

Commerce and Journalism

Tampa
OKT


ARTHUR LEE MCCRORY

B.S.E.

Education

Milton


SENIORS WHOSE PICTURES DO NOT APPEAR


ANDFRSON FRANK NEWTON
ASHKENAZY. IRVING .
AXTELL. BOYD V
BEVIS. N. BROWARD ..
BIJOU. SIDNEY WILLIAM
BISANT OSCAR MELVILLE .
BLACK H FOLBERT ....
BLACK. LASSIF. GOODBREAD
BLANKNER. LEONARD F. JR...
RONIFIELD. CHARLES LYBRAND .
BOTTS. RALPH RUDOLPH .
BOWYER ERNEST JEROME
BOYCE. WILLIAM H .. .
BREWSTER S. CORDELL .
CLARK. PAUL A.
COLDWELL. WALTER AMZE
CRAFT DONALD G .
CRAIG. J A. ....
CROOM. HARDY CHURCH .
CURTIS DONALD CHESTER
DABBAGH FRANK M.
EDWARD A. A.
ESHLEMAN, SILAS KENDRICK
FOSTER. JAMES W.
FRICK. ROBERT W
GARY. THOMAS ..
GOBLE. A J ..
GODFREY F E.
GRAVES. CHAS P
GREEN SAM ...
HAND. SAMUEL E..
HARTMAN. MERTON T.
HEATH. MRS ERRAH D.
HILLS PAUL W.
HOLLOWAY. MARSHALL C.
HOROVITZ. ABE
HUDSON. JEWETT H.
HUGHES. RAY C.
HUNT H. STANLEY. .. ...
JOHNSON. J B. ... .. .....
JOHNSON. LOMFrN
JONES. JOHN P. .... ..
LAGANO. ALBERT ....
LANDRUM. T. FRANK ....
LANEY. MARION G.
LARSON. JOHN E. .
LAUTZ. EDWARD H.
McADAMA. WILLIAM E
McARTHUR. HUGH L ...
McCOLLUM. OSCAR 0., JR.
McDONALD. THOSE. B.. .
MAINES. 0 M .. ..
MEHLMAN. GEORGE B
MENDEZ. G H.
MILLER. WM. W.
MILLS. B REES
MOODY. r. E.. JR
MOORE. JOHN P.
NORTON. H M. .
O'MAHONEY. J. R.
OSGOOD SIMON T.
PAIGE RALPH E .
PERRINE WAYNE H. .
RENFRO. RAY H..
ROBINSON. L. W., JR
ROCHE. IRVING M.
ROSSETTER. A. T.
SADLER. G. G. ..
SAUL CHARLES E...
SCHWARTZ. HAROLD C
SHAFFER. ERNEST C...
SMITH. THOMAS J..
SINQUEFIELD, JAMES
SWAIN. JACK R ....
SYFRETT. JESS N ....
TOFFALETTI. LOUIS J.
WAHL. JOHN H.. JR ...
WAHLBERG. J. F ....
WALKER. C. JAMES....
WALKER. VICTOR A. ...
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YARNALL. WILLIAM D. .


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UNDER-GRADUATE



















CLASS PRESIDENTS


DAN MCCARTY R. L. WILLIAMS
,/aiii:'" Junio, Laic


JOHN AUSLEY ARCHIE HARRIS
F'cshimanii Law Sopt, liiic,


ROBERT RICKETT
Fi r 8sh 1111. II


CLASS VICE- PRESIDENTS


LUD. SCHWARZKOPF
Junior Lawn


JULIAN ALFORD
Fieshiman Law


LEON WURM
Sophomore


CHARLES FLEMING
Freshman


CLASS SECRETARY-TREASURERS


D)RAYTON BERNARD
Junior


JIMMIE KNOTT
.liuniC"r Law


BILL AKERMNIAN
Freshman Laio


BILL JACKSON
Soplihomoire


T. G. SCARBOROUGH
Frs. 8hi a iin


HARRY DALE
Junior


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C. M. ADAMS *KT .. FreshItinai, Egineerintg Pensacola
POWELL ADAMS Solphmore, .4Arts and Scirces Panama City
Pirat-.
E. H. ADKINS, JR.. N .Sophomore, Coim. and Joar.. Miami Beach



JIMMY ADKINS nKA .P. F'(slhna. Arts and Sciences Gainesville
Bacch u-.
WILLIAM Y. AKERMNIAN nKA .. F.reshman, Law ... Orlando
L'Apacr.e. Colonel Serpent. Se-,.trarv-Tria:,ri r Fr-tnhmar, Law Cli--.
E. J. ALBRITTON A Junitfor, E iig;ccriig ... Brewster




VASSAR J. ALDERMIAN Fieshimit, Ed,,raliin St. Augustine
GEORGE Mi. ALEXANDER 70E Frcsl / an, .4. aitnd S. Jacksonville
P. 0. ALEXANDER BK Jnior, Edacalftin .... .Detroit. Mich.




JUILIAN R. ALFORD X. .... Fresh ian, Lii,' .. Tallahassee
Vict.Pr.-id.:rt Freshmar, nLaa Cla'q Al'rator; Junior R 0 T. C..
L'Apache; C lnrels.
L. STANTON ALGEE .... .Innii, Arls and Scict.ccs ..... Orlando
DAN G. ALLEN nKO Sophaomorwe, Cum. and Joa i .... .Tampa
Track ; Borirng.



EDWARD F. ALLEN Jaiior, .4, Is and Sciences West Palm Beach
Intramural Board
FRANCIS ALLEN Freslhnitnii, .Agricelt.re .......Pinetta
MORRIS G. ALLEYNE Jnior, Conm. and Jour. Gainesville
Jun;or R 0. T. C Infantry Battalion.



KARL M. ALLISON BK .... Jn.i.r, Engitcring St. Cloud
A I E E ; Benton Engrneering Socieit.
ALLAN ANDERSON Sophomore, Paiilting .. .Gainesville
CYRUS E. ANDERSOIN JJmoor, Education .. .Jacksonville
Vigilar.-e Conmitte ; Seminole Staff.




[)AVID W. ANDERSON a Sriphoi ;ire, Enginretring Jacksonville
EINAR R. ANDERSON Freshion, Engineering West Palm Beach
GEORGE F. ANDERSON Fr..ehin11a, Pre-Medical Sarasota
Semin.ole Staff.



GEORGE W. ANDERSON Soph morer, Arts tind Sciecres Gainesville
Pni Eta Sicma.
LOUIS MNI. ANDERSON KA Freshmanli, Corn. and Jioir'.... Tampa
Bacchus; Serpent.
RALPH R. ANDERSON 2UT Sophomore, Chem. Eng.. Jacksonville



ROBERT T. ANDERSON. Fresh,,han, Law ..... ....Gainesville
Freshman and Var-ny Football Hand Vice-PrEaident Sophomore Claa. Kappa
Kappa P-i; Catahitr,: E'\scuti'e Council; "F" Club.
THOMAS J. ANDERSON ax Frcsh'in, Engineering Pierce
WALLACE B. ANDERSON KA Sophomore. Cont. and Jour.. Tampa


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WILLIAM H. ANDERSON AA Freshman, A. and S. Winter Haven
Alligator.
CHARLES ANDREWS nKA .. .Junior, Law .. .Orlando
Editor-in-Chief of Seminole; Seminole Staff 1, 2, 3; Blue Key; Pi Delta Epsilon.
PAUL ARCHER I0E ..... .Freshman, Engineering .... .Miami
F. F. F. Club; Theta.


G. N. ARFORAS ZAT Freshman, Corn. and Jour. Tarpon Springs
JAMES H. ARMSTRONG OX Sophomore, Engineering Plant City
JEFFERSON RAY ARNOLD ATn Freshman, Cornm. and Jour.. Groveland
F. F. F. Club; Theta.



J. LEE ATHERTON ..... .Junior, Engineering .......Monticello
Cross Country; Freshman Track; A. S. C. E.
CEDRIC DONALD ATKINS ArP Sophomore, A. and S.. Winter Haven
GEORGE W. ATKINSON Sophomore, Education Tallahassee
International Relations Club; Freshman Guidance Committee.




J. B. ATTANASIO Sophomore, Corn. and Jour. ... .. LaBelle
CHARLES F. ATWATER Freshman, Corn. and Eng ... .Miami
LEONARD B. ATWATER Freshman, Elec. Eng .. Orange Park



JOHN C. AUSLEY KA ... .. .Freshman Law ..... .Tallahassee
President of Freshman Law Class; Alligator; Pirates; L'Apache; Colonels; Theta.
J. MANNING AUSTIN *fAO Freshman, A. and S., Lawrenceville, Ga.
Alligator; Seminole; Florida Review; Commerce Club; F. F. F. Club.
LOUIE F. BADGER Sophomore, Corn. and Jour. Gainesville




CARROL W. BAILEY .. Freshman, Engineering Avon Park
Band; Orchestra.
MERRITT PALMER BAILEY N Freshman, Agriculture Miami
H. MONROE BAISDEN ZAE Freshman, Education Live Oak




CHARLES ORIEN BAKER ... .. .Junior, Pharmacy ..... Tampa
Mortar and Pestle Club.
H. M. BAKER nKO Freshman, Arts and Science Hawthorne
Theta.
JOEL R. BAKER TEO Sophomore, Engineering ... Orlando




SIDNEY LEE BAKER TE0 Freshman, Pharmacy Orlando
N. RUDOLPH BALDWIN Sophomore, Pharmacy Alachua
Mortar and Pestle.
PAUL BALDWIN ..... .Freshman, Engineering Avon Park



RICHARD G. BANKS A t. fiti)r, Edieatioi .... .Lake Worth
All,pator 1. Aid. Mgr Florida Revie,, 2. Bus Mgr Pi Delta Ep.silon:
Threta. R 0. T. C
DAVID F. BARCUS nK* Sophomoior, Agriculuirc Leesburg
RICHARD A. BARDWELL Freshmant. Engineering .. Richmond, Va.


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JUDSON P. BARKER MOE Junior, Agriculture Wildwood
Sigma Delta Psi; Thyrsus; Polo Club; R. 0. T. C.; Serpent.
ROGER A. BARKER A& Junior, Cornm. and Jour. ..... Orlando
Delta Sigma Pi; R. 0. T. C.
WALTER E. BARKER ..... Freshman, Education .... .Williston



JOEL ORIN BARNHART, JR. AT Freshman, Agri. St. Augustine
WILLIAM BARNUM OKT Freshman, Arts and Science Winter Park
Serpent.
TOM LEE BARROW Sophomore, Cornm. and Jour .. DeSoto City
Delta Sigma Pi; Phi Eta Sigma.


THOMAS B. BARTON nKA Sophomore, Cornm. and Jour. Orlando
Freshman Track.
ALBERT BASSETT OKT Junior, Arts and Science .... Miami
Serpent; R. 0. T. C.
HOWARD WM. BATES ATA Sophomore, Cornm. and Jour., Daytona Beach



R. E. BELLAMY IX Sophomore, Arts and Science Tallahassee
Phi Eta Sigma; Serpent.
CHARLES EDWARD BENNETT .. Junior, Law .. .Tampa
Editor-in-Chief of the Florida Alligator; Executive Council; Mgr. Cross Country
Team; Alligator Staff; Florida Review; Blue Key; Omicron Delta Kappa; Alpha
Phi Epsilon; Phi Delta Phi; Pi Delta Epsilon; Florida Players ; Colonels.
ROBERT R. BENSON Freshman, Education Flagler Beach
International Relations Club; Peabody Club.


JOHN F. BERGERT Junior, Commerce and Journalism Loughman
R. o. T. C.
WILLIAM THOMAS BERGERT Sophomore, Cornm. and Jour.. Loughman
HARRY R. BERGMAN TEO Sophomore, Jour. and Law, W. Palm Beach
Phi Eta Sigma; Freshman Guidance Committee; Alligator; Fourth Estate; Com-
merce Club '33; Sophomore Executive Committee; Sophomore Hop Committee.



I. B. BERK Freshman, Law .. Jacksonville
SIDNEY A. BERKOWITZ Sophomore, Engineering Key West
Fourth Estate Club.
WILLIAM B. BERNARD Freshman, Engineering Miami



DRAYTON D. BERNHARD ex Junior, Engineering Daytona Beach
Treasurer Junior Class; Freshman Football; Varsity Football '30, '31; Serpent;
R. 0. T. C.
ROBERT LOWRY BERRY Sophomore, Arts and Science Orlando
Phi Eta Sigma.
JAMES OSBORNE BESSENT nKA Sophomore, Chem. Eng. Jacksonville
Pirates.


ANDRI SCARA BIALOLENKI Sophomore, Education New York City
Kappa Phi Kappa.
L. C. BIDDIE, JR ..... .Sophomore, Arts and Science Century
H. 0. BIGGERS Ix .. .Junior, Engineering Miami
Cheer Leader; B. E. S.; A. S. M. E.; R. 0. T. C.


LEO BILINSKI .. Junior, Agriculture .. Monticello
Boxing; Football; Ag. Club; "F" Club; R. 0. T. C.
FRANK BINZ KA Freshman, Journalism and Law Sarasota
JOHN BIRDSALL x Sophomore, Engineering West Palm Beach
A. S. C. E.; Theta.


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R. J. BISHOP Arp Sophomore, Agriculture Bishopville
M. A. BISSETT ArP Junior, Agriculture Winter Haven
0. W. BISSETT Arp Freshman, Arts and Science Winter Haven
Junior Inter-Fraternity Conference.


H. H. BITTING. AA .. .Junior, Engiaitcriitg .. .Ocala
H. F. BLAKE Freshman, Corn. and Jour. Palatka
S. G. BLALOCK .Ben Freshman, Einiiitirij,/ Jacksonville


T. T. BLALOCK Ben Freshman, Arts and Science Jacksonville
L. F. BLANKNER Senior, Commerce and Journalism Orlando
Fourth Estate Club.
L. W. BLANTON Freshman, Engineering .. .Perry


J. BLOCKER ..... .Freshman, Corn. and Jour ..... .Jacksonville
Int. Relations Club; Commerce Club.
W. B. BLOIS OKN .. Freshman, Education Jacksonville
F. F. F. Club; Speculative Soc.; Peabody Club; College Poetry Soc.


T. H. BLOWERS x .




C. H. BLUME o .

R. J. BLUME e .

W. T. BODIFORD nlKA


H. H. BOLTIN nKA .

E. L. BONNEY .


SJunior, Commerce and Journalism Ocala
Scabbard & Blade; Serpent.



S. Freshman, Engineering Jacksonville
Bacchus; Theta.
SFreshman, Corn. and Jour .. Jacksonville
Bacchus; Theta.
S. Freshman, Arts and Science Gainesville


SSophomore, Arts and Science
L'Apache; Serpent.
S. Freshman, Engineering .


. Gainesville

. .. Miami


H. BORDERS MAE Sophomore. Commerce and Journalism Tampa
Cummnerce Club.




J. \V. BORING Ben I. .,fior. 11,0% nc: aiId Jou1ioalisinm Lakeland
Commerce Clih Th,:ta.
FERRIS F. BARNES a e Jaiiir, Engincri,, Titusville
D. BOSWORTH OKN Frcsh,,rin. .4Ats and Scuuncc Miami



M. BOSTAIN x Sopiu.uoorc. A.4rts d S',nrc Tallahassee
Kappa Kappa P'i.
G. N'. BOTTS Frshni, A.4rts (old Scifnc. ........Jay
Dramatic Club.
J. A. Bovis Sophoitnre', C aon I((n HIT (Iid Jon,,'ulism, Kenansville



A. B. BOWMAN i .Frsh/iani, Eginccriig Jacksonville
WV. C. Box IN Fres/ih, o Conm,,'rcc and Jonroalisw Graceville
HAL BOYKIN nKA .. Sc'phoinore, Coin. and Jon,. ... Chattahoochee


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RISDON L. BOYKIN nKA Freshamail, Lait. Chattahoochee
J. D. BOYTE Solihoiioreic, Electrical Engineering Leesburg
R. A. BRADLEY So.. hoonnrc, Ph/mriacy .. .Palmetto




SAMUEL BRADSHAW Soplihomitore, Arts and S.'itccc San Antonio
L. T. BRAGASSA *IKT Sophoimirt. Arits uad Scbnc's Key West
LEE E. BRANSFORED, R. n. So/'/toiio'i, .4. uciii S. Jacksonville





HERBERT BRAREN Jitii'.. .4,rts anid Scitiacea Daytona Beach
F. DENNETH BRASTED ax Sophoantim(, Arts oid Scieti'es Ocala
E. G. BREEDLOVE, JR ..... .F.rsh/iilic, Phurmaci ... .Jacksonville





PHILLIP J. BREMAN a .S:,ilIh iorc, Engii, ,,ciiig .. Miami
Allhcatr
THEODORE W. BREVARD OX F.rsh,)iaii, .4. and S. Tallahassee
GEORGE FORD BRIDGES S'iphoanorc, .4Arts and Seicscts Gainesville
Glee Club




HAROLD L. BRIDGES Soph/mio,'r, .4Ats aicl Sit ic.s Waldo
PAUL L. BRIDGES, JR ...... .aiinlWo, Cinm. tad Jo",. Waldo
HORTON BROADUS .......l iaior, Ayricciltiarc: .. .. .Lakeland
Agric.ilure Club.



GEORGE BROCKETT I Spuphoiore, Con. andi Joi'ir.. Titusv ille
Kappa Kappa Pai.
CARL WALLACE BROWN OAE Sophooiure, Ediicilioin St. Petersburg
Varijsr Fuuttball; F" Club.
CLYDE BROWN K S...ho/ain,'t, Engui, erig Lake City



C. GORDON BROWN KAh. .Frt ihi ,ti, .4 Arts mtid Srt,,cits .. Tampa
Thta.
HAMLIN L. BROWN, JR.. OKN Freshiit ii, Cont. nad .Jtmr., Gainesville
St. rpt ri
J. W. BROWN Sophniorec, Electr';cal Ecneiting Ocala




JOHN M. BROWNLEE .AE Sophomore, .4Agrictltlic Starke
GEORGE WILLIAM BRUMLEY Junior, Arits and SrciieRs Gainesville
Kappa Kappa Pt.
FARRIS BRYANT AT" Sc)/tioitic, Coit. und Juar. .Ocala



WM. HENRY BRYANT, JR.. GKN Ferc-shtin, A.4. find S.. Jacksonville
JOHN A. BRYSON o... .......a iiaor, Law .. Jacksonville
"F" Club. Tht-a.
FRANKLIN S. BUNCH *DKT Jn,in,,r, Archifecture Jacksonville
Gargoly C'db. Flortj.a Playerg


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WALT'ER H. BYERS AX Freshman, Arts and Sciences Gainesvi'.'lle
HAROLD L BUTTS Y1 Junior, Coin. and Joir. Fort Lauderdale
Ba-baIl. Ba-kctLball ; Serpent
CHARLES T. BUTLER Junior, Contii rcr and Journalism Sanford
R. 0. T. C.



CHARLES 0. BUTLER, JR.. A .. Junior, .trchitecture Jacksonville
ARTHUR STANLEY BUSSEY .. Freshman. Eng.. West Palm Beach
J. E. BUSH nKO Sopluitittr, Agrirltur Daytona Beach
A. S. C. E.





OWEN BURNS. JR. KA... Freshman,. Ag. College Sarasota
KEN B. BURNHAM Junior, Commerce and Jutrnalisimt Gainesville
R 0 T. C
JAMES L. BURNETT Seni,'r..4,chitecta,,( .. Tallahassee




J. C. CAIN AIP Sophomor, .4yrici.ltrc Perrine
C. C. CALMES .. .Junior, Engineering .. Gainesville
Track. A. S. M. E Benton. Engineering Society.
RAYMOND J. CAMP, JR.. OX Joaior, Engin.ering White Springs
Intrr-FraLernity Council.




GEORGE W. CAMPBELL FreshimnUtn, Eigyinecring ..... Miami
HARRY GOLDSTEIN CAMPBELL Junior, Education Fernandina
Peabody Club
A. J. CANNON ZAL Freshman, Cum. awd Jour.. Jacksonville
Serpent.



CALVERT W. CANNON ,. Freshmirt. Engir-, ring Gainesville
EDWARD M. CANNON AT SRphoimore, Arts and Scic,,crs Miami
LINDEN K. CANNON, JR. IAE Ffreshman, Ctom. and J"-,r.. Lake City




GEORGE CARLSON Sophomore, .4griciilt,,'e Lake Hamilton
ROBE J. CARSON Frcshiman, Arts and Sci ncts Miami Beach
Band Orchestra.
TOM CARTER ..... ..Freshman, Engineering ...... .Homestead



ZINA R. CARTER ATA Junior. Coat. and Jour St. Petersburg
Dil.a Sipma Pi: Sca.bbard ana Blade. Inlter-Frarernit R 0 T. L
M. W. CARY ArP Junior, Agricnlturr ... .. .Tampa
Boxing. Alpha Zeta. Thbri.n: Ag Club. R 0. T. C
ALVIN CASSEL Ja, Jub'r. Cont. and Jour. Miami Beach
AlIgaoc.r Staff


IRA F. CATES AI Fr.sittini, Coin. and Joat. .... Bradenton
BOB CATO A4O Freshman, Arts aiid Scietncs .... .Alachua
WILLIAM S. CH( MBElRS. JR. Freshman, Education Jacksonville
Praliody Club


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HENRY H. CHAMBLISS OKN .. S /,h/.i,,i.., .4. tidt S Jacksonville
CHARLES S. CHAPNIMAN ex Sophon",'e, Ci.m. and Joa'r. Jacksonville
L. F. CHAPMAN, JR. OKI Sph,".,,,:, .4. tiid S. Florida State Farm



THO.MAS CHAPPELL OKN Fsliii,,,,, Ediiti,, Jacksonville
r1'. 1- F I'lub P, [abo'I. Club.
W ILLIAM CHARLES AO .... .. .-tit', L i, .. Jacksonville
BIt- t:y MarNapcr k'r.i'i Football. Thia
WILLIAM IV. CHASE, JR. fKA F.ihi ii, id S.. Lakeland
r'r.-hmnii F.otbll Cuptlrin. Brcchu



WILLIAM V. CHESTER lIo'nir, .4giciltiT ..... ....Palatka
AL CHIARAMONTE 11 .Ioair', Ci.1111r aw,. (inl Joi,rinlismi Tampa
Allhgat,.,r Pi rD,. Ei|..il.,r, SaL-mm D-- ja C'hil I'ourth EEatl- C'Ah
lnin,:r- Frar frniil. C.,.r,lr nn,-.
A. SANGSTER CIIIPLEY F',i v',h11 ,, E giit.r'in Bokeelia





MICHAEL F. CIASULLI i Sophomore, Education New Jersey
ELMER BANKS CLARKE Junior, Arts and Sciences Gainesville
WILLIAM R. CLARK Ben Freshman, Arts and Sciences Miami





ED. M. CLARKE .. Junior, Law .. Gainesville
Executive Council; Phi Alpha Delta ; Cavaliers.
EVERETT A. CLAY AA Sophomore, Arts and Sciences Tampa
MAX CLELAND ZOE Freshman, Engineering Leesburg




E. W. CLEMENT KA Freshman, Journalism .... .Ocala
Junior Inter-Fraternity Conference.
DELIO COBO i Freshman, Arts and Sciences Key West
PAUL DAVIS COCHRAN, JR. ATfl Freshman, Conm. and Jour. Tampa




J. P. COCHRANE KE Sophomore, Corn. and Jour. West Palm Beach
M. B. COGBURN KT Junior, Commerce and Journalism Sanford
Junior Military.
WALTER A. COLDWELL 14E Senior, Agriculture Daytona Beach
Inter-Fraternity Conference; Glee Club; Dramatic Club; Colonels.



ROBERT B. COi. xx F ,'t ,/i'a Lar ... Jacksonville
Blue Kt-, Phi Kappr Ph,. P, Gamma Mu
H. F. COLEMAN A.O Stii,, Egiuf ,'ium, ..... Pensacola
CHARLES H. COLLIER, JR. F' es/iiii, Edaritn Everglades



ELDRIDGE R. COLLINS Sopho)ior(o, Arts tand Srienc. Ft. WVhite
W. D. COLLINS YN F'cs/i:ma Conm. aid nJonr.. Uniatilla
CHAS. E. C1OMMANDER, JR..JAE Frshmian, C",'i. anud /iaor. Jacksonville
Clone' .


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MIARCUlS CONANT AE Jiiijjr, Ciii,. (i.1d J.,r. Jacksonville
.ijnur R 0 T. C L'Apache
E)DALE S. CONE OX Frcsli,,au, A.4rtsi and Scicnc: White Springs
Ba, !hu
ROBERT B. CONLON AX Supihouiu, Entgiiu, ing Hollywood
Kappa Psi; A. I. E. E.


FRANCIS P. CONROY N Junior, Law .. .Miami
Phi Delta Phi; Scabbard and Blade; Captain R. 0. T. C.; Polo Club; Pirates;
Colonels; Theta.
W. RAIFORD CONWAY Freshman, Commerce and Journalism Palatka
A. H. COOLEDGE AE Freshman, Coin. and Jour. Miami
Theta.



GERALD GEO. COONEY AA Sophomore, Allied Arts Winter Haven
HILTON HAMMOND COOPER ATSl Freshman, Eng. Tallahassee
Theta.
JAMES T. COOPER K ... Freshman, Education .. Orlando
Bacchus.



SIMON COOPER TE4 Sophomore, Corn. and Jour.. Sulphur Springs
GEORGE S. COULTER nKO Junior, Law .. Jacksonville
Executive Council '32, '33; Lyceum Council '32, '33; Seminole '32; Blue Key;
Phi Alpha Delta; L'Apache; Colonels; Theta.
J. W. COVEY Sophomore, Commerce and Journalism Daytona Beach



LEONARD RUEL COWLES Ben Frsh, a/ A. and S. Tallahassee
CHARLES WILLIAM Cox AA Junior, Cornm. and Jour.. Winter Haven
Freshman Baseball; Delta Sigma Pi.
J. A. Cox nK Freshman, Commerce and Journalism Miami
Bacchus.



RAYMOND 0. CRABTREE Arp Jninir, Agriculture Jacksonville
Track: Inler-Fraterrn,, Confererence. Junior R. 0. T. C.; Ag. Club.
JAMIES CRAVEN Sophnotior, .4Artq and Sciences Lakeland
LAWRENCE- A. CRENSHAW, Frtshiin, Ar.4ts and Sciences, Jacksonville



VWILLIA M H. CREWS S.'hiono, c, .4 rts and Sciences, Gainesville
Track
G. R. CRIFTON ./nir, Law .. .Titusville
Blj K.y. Sigma ',.-1ia F',i: Freshnman Track; Varsity Track.
JOHN NI. CROWELL, JR. AIn Sopliomiore, Architecture Wauchulla
M.'mber S,:,ph E,.eCu. Cr.,mm Allihgt.r. Gargoyle Club; Phi Eta Sigma



ROBERT W. CROWELL Sa,)/iai.i,cr, .4rts and Sciences Miami
SPENCER CULLLEN KA ,/,inor,, Arts and Sciences Ocala
CHARLES W. CLIRRY 'Ae irshoi,o Corn. and Jour. Tampa
Bsnd.


RICHARD BEECHAM CULRRY FNi,,,'t. Pharmacy Key West
HARRY B. DALE .. .ini.o', Engueering ... .. .Kissimmee
V'ice-Pri,;,:.nt Jinor A.-ailenic: Phi El Sigma; Sigma Tau; Cavaliers; Band;
Orchestra
NEAL WV. DALE Sophomore, .4,is and Sciences St. Augustine
Int.ornart ,'r l Rel.iorns Club.


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WILLIAM J. DANIEL [A Junior, College of Edacation Marianna
Baseball. '31
MLINRO DARBY GK Freshmian, Entgineerig Daytona Beach
JULIAN L. DASHER Sophomore, Coia. and Journ. .Orlando
Comninwr:e Club.



ARTHUR C. DAVENPORT Soiphoinlore, Comn. and Jonr... Belleview
SAM DAVIES. nlK. .Fritsliiiini, Engine-:ring ..... Leesburg
Sorper, t.
ERNEST P. DAVIS, JR. KA Fr'eshunt Com. and Jour.. Fernandina




SAMi DAVIS. AT J, (t.,, Coin,,'c i( rtfil Ji,,'nalsii Tampa
Football Boxna F" Club. Pirart-. Theta.
TOM R. DAVIS ... .. Sophiiuno-e, Teachers .. Tampa
W. T. DAVIS A Jnamor, Arts aid Scit ,cers .. .Arcadia




WILLIAM C. DAVIS Fr'shltiii, Coiutercu and Joinrnalismin Orlando
GEORGE CHEEK DAYTON ... juniorr, Lau' ..... Dade City
STEPHEN DECHMNIAN ATE Sophoni-re. Architfeeture Jacksonville
Thela.



NASSEET A. DEEB .. SIoplihoore, Education .. Tallahassee
Phi Eta Sigma.
JAMES 0. DELCHER rKT Freshman, Comi. and Jour.. Jacksonville
T. AL [)DELEGAL BK .... .Junior. Education ... .. Live Oak
Hur,,r Curtn Bea ball Mer Alliato.r Semirn.3' Kappa Phi Kappa Jun;ior
R O T C.



S. T. DELL, JR.. .A Jutior, Conm. and Jour. Gainesville
Snnimiri, Juni...r R 0 T. C Irhtra-ML.ral Board IncF.r-Fraternry Cou.re|
Pirates, S-rperiL.
WILLIAM W. DEMERITIT O. Freshman, A.4. and S.. Key We-t
JOHN W. DiEMILLY, JR.. x Sophomorec, Coin. and Jor. Tallahassee
Theta.



CHAS. 0. DENVOODY -N S'phoiorci, Cn. midl J,,r., New Port Richey
HERBERT 0. DICK ........ .Jnior, Engintcring .......Brooksville
Sigma Tau.
GASTON Louis DICKENS F,'t.hinan, Education Wewahitchka




D. L. DICKS, JR.. ox Soplic-i oirt'. Cciti. aid Jour.. Jacksonville
Serper t.
RJBT. WATSON DICKSON on Sophontio.e, .4. auid S... Mt. Dora
V NIM. P. DILLINGHAM Junior, Edueation .... .Delray Beach
Kappai D.lta Pi. Kappa Phi Kappa Peabody Club. Spanish Club



B. R. DONNELL Freshman, Law .. West Palm Beach
R 0. T. C.
C. G. DONNELLY OKN Sophomore, Arts aod Science Bradenton
ROBERT H. DoPP Freshman, Engineering ... Key West


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HARRY F. DYER a. .. Junior, Lawi .. Stuart
PAUL DYE XAE Freshman, Lan ... .Ft. Lauderdale
WM. J. DLIRRANCE X Freshman. Coin. and JH,"% .... Ft. Meade
Kappa Kappa P'i Junior Inter-Fratr rnitE Co r.nc.:.


VIRGIL H. DUIRRANCE ... .. Sophomore, Edritt ii ... .Orlando
Peabody Club
J. C. DURRANCE K Freshman, Coin. and Joar.... Ft. Meade
CLARK G. DURRANCE Sophomore, Comi. and Jour... Sopchoppy




CHARLES LIVINGSTON DURRANCE, JR.. Junior, Education Orlando
Hurnor Court Kappa Delia Pi. Kappa Phi Kappa: Phi Eta Sigmra Piabod, Club.
Cat ahier.
SAM DUNLAP MAE Sophomore, A.4rts and Sciences Jacksonville
J. VANCE DUNCAN Sophomore, .Architecture Sunimmnerfield



A. S. DUNCAN nKA Sophomore, Comn. and Jour. Jacksonville
WOODROW W. DUKES Freshman, Education Orlando
HUGH DUKES ArP .. Junior, Agriculture .. Dukes
Alpha Zeta. Agriculture Club




OWEN E. DUFFY AE Junior, Arts and Sciences Miami
\'Vice-Prs Sphorrmore Cla-, '32. Alligator: Alpha Ep.ilon Delta. Phi Eta Sigma.
Theta: Rifle Team. R 0. T. C.
J. W. DREW IOE Sophomore, A.4. and S .. Philadelphia, Pa.
Freshman Bascball.
EDWARD L. DUBoiS AfA lunir, Art,' and Sciences Miami Beach
Debating. Florida Players: Glee Club. R. 0. '1T C.


JOHN ROBERT EARMAN N Freshman, A. and S. W. Palm Beach
MARK WILSON EASTLAND, JR. nK Freshman, Lair Tampa
Phi Kappa Phi: Beta Gamma Sigma; Delta Sigma Pa.
HERBERT MICHAEL EDMONDS Junior, Engincering St. Petersburg
Kappa Gamma Dita. A. I. E E Benton Enginerring Society.



HERMAN L. EDWARDS K Freshman. Law Chattahooehee
L'Apache. Culornels. Theta. R O T. C.
J. E. EDWARDS Ben .lJunior, Arts and Sciences Miami
Alpha Phi Epilon; Theta: R 0. T. C.
J. LAWRENCE EDWARDS Ben Sophomore. Ayrictuilture Ocala


B. \V. EELLS, JR. KI. Suph,'imiit. Egiiirec'rivy Port St. Joe
A. I C. E : Baccnu,. Theta. R. 0. T. C
C. WV. EGGART, JR. ATi .... Freshman, Law. .... Pensacola
Y. M. C. A.; Cabinct, '3J.
RAYMOND EINHORN Sophomore, Coin. and Jour.... Key West
Phi Eta S m.;rra.


PAUL ELLSBERRY Siopiomorr, Ai ts and Sciences Winmaunia
ATKINS EMBRY KA Sophomore, Agriciltire .. .Qulncy
Freshman Track.
HUGH EMBRY KA .. .Fresh iman, Law .........Quincy
Cheer Leader, '32; Head Chc-r Liader, '33; Alligator ; Semirinole,; Florida Reied ,.
Blue Key; Glee Club; Farr L.Lerar3 Society; Pirate_. Bacchui. Serpini.


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L. EPSTEIN 4,B& Freshman, Arts and Sciences Daytona Beach
I. M. ESSRIG TEO Sophomore, Arts and Sciences Tainpa
A. R. EVANS .. Junior, Education .. .Lake City
Delta Sigma Pi.



R. F. EVANS KA Sophomore, Corn. and Jour. Tallahassee
Serpent.
T. B. EVANS ... Freshman, Corn. and Jour. .... Palatka
WM. E. EVERITT ex Sophomore, A. and S. St. Petersburg




J. B. EVERSOLE Oae Freshman, Arts and Scienct s Tamnpa
Bacchus; Serpent.
J. C. EWING KY Freshman, Corn. and Jour. Lake Worth
Serpent.
WILL E. FAIRBANKS ...... Freshman, Law .......Jacksonville


L. FALK TEO Freshman, Arts and Sciences
International Relations Club.
N. J. FOLSONE I. ... .Junior, Law .
DAVID M. FEE EOE Freshman, Arts and Sciences


S. Orlando

. Tarnipa
SFt. Pierce


FRANK H. FEE nKA .. .Junior, Law ...... .Ft. Pierce
Bacchus ; L'Apache; Theta.
J. H. FEENEY .. .Freshman, Engineering .. .Tamrnpa
Florida Engineering Society.
D. B. FEHMERLING, JR. Arp Sophomore, Agri. Winter Haven




H. M. FEIGIN .. .Sophomore, Engineering .. Eusti.
V. FELICIANO Y, Sophomore, Arts and Sciences Hawthorne. N. J.
I. E. FELTON .. .Junior, Engineering Key West
A. I. Ch. E.; A. S. M. E.: B. E. S.




C. L. FERGUSON EAr Ftshiini, Ei,.iitar,;g Tarpon Springs
L. E. FINLEYSON .S",ilI,.-,, ,T, Coia. nd J i,.. .. .. Mianui
FRED C. FLIPSE ... .. i,,li'O,, C,-i,. ind J., ..r. ..... Coconut Grove
Cavahi.- r Smirol.k Alliralor


R. K. FISCHER nUT SoIIr,,,, c,. Eigiic rI'tig Cleveland. Ohio
Kaippa Gamma Delt,
ED. W FISHBACK r.KA F,'tli ,h u C,,,. ,,d ,:,-,'.. Orlando
E. H. FISCHBEIN Soil,.i.'i"orr, (.C",i. 111 ft j.i,, ... Newark. N. J.
Fourth Eo.al., Club.



I. W. FISi-IE. Fir/ c.hin. EdicIt;oi Alachua
JOEL FLEET 7EO F,..shmu,, Arts aind, Scic'es Live Oak
GEORGE HENRY FLETCHER F.cshhna,. Phitrir'tnc Bartow


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H. H. FORD Freshman, Corn. and Jour ... .Jacksonville
WILLIAM H. FORSYTH Freshman, Egine ,iiig Florida City
LINDNER FORT AE Freshman, Arts and Sciences Ocala



LEO L. FOSTER ZAT .... .Junior, Education .... .Monticello
Kappa Delta Pi; Kappa Phi Kappa; Peabody Club.
THOMAS E. FOUNTAIN Freshman, Engineering Moorestown, N. J.
HAROLD D. FOWLER Oae Sophomore, Arts and Sciences Miami



HENRY C. Fox ..... Sophomore, Education ..... Gainesville
Peabody Club; Spanish Club; Kappa Phi Kappa.
FRANK FRAZIER, JR.. a.O Freshman, Law West Palm Beach
Executive Council; Honor Court; Bus. Mgr. Seminole, '32; Blue Key; Phi Sigma;
Serpent.
JUDSON FREEMAN KA Sophomore, Corn. and Jour. Jacksonville
L'Apache; Colonels.



ROBERT THORTON FREEMAN KA Freshman, Eng. Winter Haven
Theta.
STANLEY T. FREEMAN IX Freshman, Arts and Sciences Tampa
Theta.
JULIUS L. FRIEDMAN TEO Freshman, Comn. and Jour. Dade City




MILTON A. FRIEDMAN OBA .. .. Freshman, Law ... .Miami
BYRD C. FRYER, JR. .ZE Freshman, Corn. and Jour.. Gainesville
WM. H. FULLER riA Freshman, Cornm. and Jour. Winter Haven
Theta.




MABRY D. FUTCH .. .Junior, Agriculture .. .Alachua
Cavaliers Club; Ag. Club.
MERRILL C. FUTCH Sophomore, Agriculture .......Starke
NAT FUTCH .. Sophomore, Corn. and Jour .. .Tampa



MILTON H FULMER YOE Junior, Pharmacy Cedartown, Ga.
American Pharmaceutical Association.
J. D. GABLE, JR.. nKA .... Freshman, Corn. and Jour. Lake City
Theta; Seminole.
W. C. GAITHER AE Sophomore, Corn. and Jour .. Tampa
Basketball; Alligator; Seminole; International Relations Club; Pirates; Theta.



MANUEL GARCIA Sophomore, Cornm. and Jour. .. Tampa
J. JERVEY GANTT, JR. Ae Sophomore, Cornm. and Jour., St. Augustine
Tennis; Bacchus; Theta.
JAMES J. GANYARD AX Junior, Corn. and Jour. ..... Miami
Executive Council; Delta Sigma Pi; Theta.


JERROLD T. GASKINS Sophomore, Cornm. and Jour..... Arcadia
ROBERT F. GARDNER Freshman, Chem. Engineering Quincy
Cavaliers.
CLAUDE W. GARY, JR. Ben Freshman, Pharmacy Winter Park


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GATES IVY, JR.. ZN .... J.unior. CoMn. and Jour .. .Tampa
Var3ity Track R. 0. T. C.
SHIELDS D. GAY, JR.. E Fre'shmanU, Agricultire Tampa
A. B. GEIGER Freshaitti, Arts and Sc;ences Green Cove Springs



IRVING BERNARD GIBBS TEO Siphoiorc, Comn. and Jour. Live Oak
CHAS. EDWARD GIFFORD JflG .Junir, Comn. und Jour., St. Petersburg
FrF.eshman Boasletbhall. R. 0. T. C.
JOHN P. GIFFORD K Freshman, Arts and Sciences Vero Beach
Theta



H. C. GIGLIA 1I Sophomore, .Arets and Sciences Tampa
FRED S. GILBERT, JR.. nKO Sophomore, A. and S... Jacksonville
POBERT H. GILLIAM .AG Freshman, Education Tampa
Fr.-shnian Fuotball, Theta




DWIGHT B. GILLIES TA Sophomore, Agriculture Maitland
Theta.
JOHN CHARLES GLRTMAN ZAE Freshman, A. and S. Coral Gables
JACK J. GLAROS Freshman, Architcectre .. .Plant City




H. KENNETH GLASS .. .Sophomore, Engineering Eustis
WILLIAM A. GLASS Ky Fr.shman. Engineering Miami
Theta.
LYLE E. GNAGY Sophomore, Com. and Jour .. St. Petersburg




SAM PAUL GOETHE Ben Freshuait, Engineering Jacksonville
Serpent.
WILLIAM E. GOLDEN, JR Freshman, Engineering .. Orlando
JOHN RICHARD GOMEZ oX Sophomore, Engineering Jacksonville
Alligator: Serpent.





J. W. GOODING OKN Ja iior, Agriculture West Palm Beach
Sec'y-Trea.. Ag. Club.: Florida College Farmer; Band; R 0. T C.
HARRY GOODMARK Freshman, Law West Palm Beach
ROY CLARK GOURLEY *KT Frcshmana, Law St. Petersburg
Serpent.



OSCAR S. GOWER A Jui'r,, C.i,. and Joumr. St. Petersburg
Football, Mar.agcr. '32.
W. H. GRAHAM K Freshman, Arts and Sciences Starke
JOHN A. GRANGER YE. Freshman, .4Agricaldtre Monticello
Serpent ; Agriculture Club.


OWEN I. GRAMLING An Freshman, Com. and Jour.. Tallahassee
HARRY T. GRAHAM I E .. hlnior, Eagtinecrizy Tallahassee
Theta.
G. D. GRAVES OKN Sophomore, Architecture Daytona Beach


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JOSEPH S. GRECO il Fr.shman, Arts and Sciences Tampa
MARION CARTER GREEAR ..... Frcshlman, Lou .... Orlando
JOHN MARSHALL GREEN Sophoatore, A. and S .. Port Orange
Alligator Staff Internatonirial Relatior. Club



GEO. GREENBERG TE Freshman, C.-n,. and Joar. W. Palm Beach
Comnm:rc:' Cl.ib. Junior Ir.nt.'r-Frat-rntty CouLincil.
CALVIN C. GREENE Freshman, Eniginc,'ing Jacksonville
GEORGE C. GREENE, II Frcshmian, Pharmacy .... .Ocala




J. D. GREER X .. junior. A.4griculture .. Miami
HARBERT C. GREGORY iKA .... Freshman, Law .. Quincy
LEO GREGORY KI Junior, Arts and Sciences Jacksonville



CLIFFORD J. GRETHEN .. .. .Junior, Business Ad ...... .Miami
Manager Varnlty Croa Countrn'. '32; R. 0 T. C.
BEN HILL GRIFFIN nK Junior, agriculturee Frostproof
Thyraus : L'Apache.
ELMER Z. GRIFFIN AA Sophomore, A. and S... Winter Haven



JAMES CLARENCE GRIFFIN DKT Freshman, A. and S.. Dade City
Treasurer of F. F F.. Theta
JAMES 0. GRIFFIN MKT Freshnian, A. and S .. Gainesville
Theta.
ROBERT C. GRIFFIN AA Juinior, Coim. nd Jour.... .Gainesville
GlI3 Club.



ORVIS B. GRIGGS KE Sophomore, Eduication ... .. Rockledge
Bahaball.
MAC G. GRIGSBY a Freshman, Com. and Joa ..... Orlando
VICTOR PAUL GRILEY IN Junior, Laio ..... Miami
Phi Alpha Delta.




DOUGLAS M. GRISWOLD ZE Fresh., Coim. and Jour., Daytona Beach
JACK B. GUTHRIE ArP Sophomore, Agriculture Winter Haven
ALFRED H. GuY .. Junior, Agrieuliure .. Hawthorne
R. 0. T C




JAMES C. GWYNN KA Sophomore, Coin. and Joar.. Orlando
The La.
0. L. HAGER Soph.iwore, Education .. Orlando
CURTIS A. HAGGARD nlKA Soph.'moire, Arts and Sci.uces Miami
Serpert


HARRY S. HALE rM .. n. nior, A.rts and Sciences Sarasota
Pi Dtlta Epiilrn. Theta. R 0. T. C.
JAMNES E. HALL ..... Juni'r, .4 Its and Sciences .... .Pensacola
LEMOYNE HALL Ae Freshman, Coin. und Jonr... Tampa
Serpent.


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N. HALL iYE S..l.hroaurt, C, and Joar. ..... .Tampa
H. L. HALTON A- Fresh'mta, Artls nd Scinices Sarasota
WV. A. HAMILTON Fri-shain, Enginceiing ... .. Jacksonville




H. H. HAMLIN ..... .Sor/iphe ,in'r, Eiii fte r,'ing Clearwater
H. M. HAMPTON KT Sophoiio.'re, A-Ir.ts aid S i',itr Ocala
S:.-rpannt
D. J. HANCE IOE ... .. .F..h.,tia, Cum. oridl Jioir.. Tamipa




P. K. HANCE 4E F,':sitimii. Com. and .dIo r. ... Tampa
F. M. HANCOCK a. Sophoa'rui, Eticaltioia. ..... Jasper


Ft. Pierce


G. C. HARDIE .AE .


C n trc i,)a ', Cow. ind J..Sr. .
C.:,rmi.-rcr Club ?irr'inrt


01.0




let


V. E. HARBY .

E. HARDEE K

S. 0. HARDER




H. R. HARPER

L. W. HARREL
A. R. HARRISS





BOYD HARRIS

E. G. HARRIS

F. A. HARRIS


S. J. HARRIS TEO .

W. WXV. HARRIS .
BAYA NM. HARRISON .


Si:',ahon,,o're, Caw. Jnd J,,r. Jack.onMtile
Theta.
Firshw nti,. .4Arts nod Sitt nc. ... .Hague
Tha a.
Frtsh/iima. E1 iii. iii ta Daytona Beach


SATO. ... iiij', Ediatfra'ji, .l Tanmpa
A S C E Fla. Eng Soc
SnK' F'i-s tntiaii, Pha ticJy Leeshurg
SKT S,:',.,hobtti,-', A 'rts tad SSria nct Miami
Pre~.tj.r.t S.-phomc-r, Cl -'.



nTKA Frthitii, .A-lts adiii Scinc e's Clearwater
Sa-rr..?rt
t1,0 ...iiiauii,;r, Edliicatii, .... Cary,.'ille
Cirialjl'. Hi-par.l,-Amt.-rcanrn Kap-.a Pahl Kajla
.... Jior, Eai;aua-atalj Sulphur Springs
Sitma Tbu. A E Ch F.


Sopi/oiti )riie'. r,[iafiiiitriitah .
Flor.'a] Pt,',.r.
F,','shiai, Ar.4 ts ii i( Srh' ic.s
AT Fr' -/iniia L.a i
L'Apach'. C.t'lorlr. Srp.:nt


Miami Beach

Bee Ridge
Tan pa


W. W. HARSHMNIAN K7 F.tS/iiiit C.,II. (,td Jaoit. Sebring
Baccha.
A. E. HART Jun vr, Etitar ,ti' .. Mayo
Phi Eta Sigma. Kappa Pi Kappa. Peatrivoy Club
L. HATCHER M.. Junior, .Ajriciiltarr" ... .. Gainesville



F. P. HATFIELD ..... Junior, Arts and Sciiaccs Umniatilla
J. D. HAYNIE .. Soiiph'otiore, .4A riclirt Orlando
C. W. HEAD TA Sophomoreiir Coin. (and .ioar. Plant City


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F. H. HEATH ex ..... Junior, Education ..... Gainesville
Junior International Relations Club; Peabody Club.
H. W. HEBB .. .Junior, Engineering .. .Jacksonville
F. C. HEDRICK ATn Freshman, Corn. and Jour. Jacksonville
Alligator Society; F. F. F. President.


C. R. HEEKIN Freshman, Engineering Jacksonville
E. R. HEIMBURGER AA .. Junior, Law Ft. Lauderdale
Phi Alpha Delta.
H. C. HENDERSON IX Sophomore, Agriculture Elfers




J. E. HENDRY Junior, Law ..... St. Petersburg
Seminole; Commerce Club.
A. M. HENLEY Sophomore, Arts and Sciences DeFuniak Springs
J. G. HENTZ .. .Sophomore, Agriculture .. Bristol
Agriculture C!ub.



W. J. HERBST .. .Junior, Engineering .. Sanford
B. E. HERLONG nKO Sophomore, Agriculture Leesburg
Inter-Frat Council; Theta.
R. J. HERMANN BK Junior, Agriculture St. Petersburg
Inter-Frat Conference.


F. N. HERR IX Sophomore, Engineering Delaware, Ohio
W. A. HIERS ATA .. Junior, Engineering .. .Miami
H. N. HIGGINS AA Sophomore, Civil Engineering Tampa




J. A. HIGHTOWER IN Freshman, A. and S. Montgomery, Ala.
Theta.
HENRY L. HILL IX Freshman, Engineering Tallahassee
Serpent.
BEN A. HINSON nKA Freshman, Arts and Sciences Plant City
Bacchus.


NED HINSON ZAE ..... .Junior, Corn. and Jour. ..... Quincy
Pirates; Theta.
R. E. HOAG Freshman, Engineering .......Jacksonville
Alligator.
H. H. HOBBS Sophomore, Arts and Sciences Alachua
Alpha Epsilon Delta.


C. N. HODLER .. Junior, Education .. .Mango
W. R. HOLDER ..... .Junior, Arts and Sciences ..... Tampa
C. L. HOLLOWAY eX Freshman, Arts and Sciences Tampa
Theta.


H. M. HOLTSBERG Sophomore, Corn. and Jour..... Key West
Commerce Club; Leigh Chem. Society.
E. F. HOLTZMAN KI Freshman, Corn. and Jour. Lake Worth
Serpent.
D. B. HOOVER Sophomore, Engineering St. Augustine
A. I. E. E.


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GuY E. HORNE Freshman, Pharmac... ... Aucilla
HOMER HORNER o Sophomore, Coin. and Jour.. St. Petersburg
E. WILLARD HOWAiTT ... Junior, Law St. Augustine
Theta.


FRED J. HOWE Sphomore, Egineie, uing .......Pensacola
B. E. S
GEORGE N. HOWE nlKO Fresh man, Coaim. and Jour. Richmond, Va.
CHARLES COOK HOWELL, JR.. Ix Junior, A.4. and S.. Jacksonville
Serpent.




CLIFFORD WELDON HOWELL.. .. F.reshwtn, Education Sanford
JIMMY HUGHES 10E Junior, Education Daytona Beach
SEc'. and Triai Fre;hman Cla;.; Freshmanr Footbal Freshman Ba.ketbal:
Var-it F',:,tball, Va.ryi Ba~k,.;ball. Theta; R 0. T C
GORDON BASKIN HUMPHREYS AX Soph., Cow. and Jor.. Miami
GLe Club.



L. M. HUMPHREYS Supholimoic, Engineering ..... Cocoa
WILLIAM REESE HUNNICUTT, JR.. IN Fieshnman, A.4. aund S.. Tampa
EDWARD I. HURWITZ OB. Soph/i., Coim and Jo"r Jacksonville





IRA A. HUiCHISON KI Freshman, Engineering Panama City
NEWTON C. JACKSON nKA Freshman, Arts and Sciences Largo
TRUx L. JACKSON nlKA Sophomore, Arts and Sciences Miami
Freshman Te.-nnis. Band



WM. K. JACKSON ATl Sop/iomore, Architectiure Miami
Se-e'y and Tr-a. S.-phun-.-r Cla- Fre-,hman Track Serpen' Gargu\ le Club.
OLAF JACOBSEN 0.OE Sophomore, .4rts and Sciences Pensacola
ROBERT JAHN Freshman, Arts and Sciences Winter Haven
Drum arnd Bugle Corps; Seminole.



JOE B. JAMES Junior, Education .. Clearwater
Kappa Delta P,, Kappa Phi Kappa Ptabod, Club. Spanih Club.
AUTGIE JENKINS .UT Freshmaii, Com. and Jour. Jacksonville
Kappa Kappa Pat,
LOUIS JENTIS F'ieshmint, .4rts and Sciences Camden, N. J.



WALTER P. JONES X Freshmant, .Arts and Sciences Tallahassee
Allirator.
RANDOLPH S. JONES AY Freshman, Coi. nad J.-or.. Jacksonville
Band. Glee Club: Drum and Bugle Corp,.
C. A. JONES, JR.. aX .... Freshmoan. .4griclttrc Old Town



JESSE D. JONES ...... Freshman, Education ... .. .Ft. Myers
JAMES A. W. JONES, JR.. Ix F're-.;lhioii, Com. uid J.,),r. Jacksonville
Theta.
F. D. JONES, JR. YX .. Junior, Arts and Sciences Tampa
Farr Litcrary Suci-et : Polo Club R. 0 T. C.


S




C


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S. R. JOHNSTON ATa Junior, Arts and Sciences Ft. Pierce
Alpha Epsilon Delta; Phi Eta Sigma; Alligator; Leigh Chemical Society.
S. W. JOHNSTON Sophomore, Engineering Gainesville
Leigh Chemical Society.
ROBERT JOHNSON Freshman, Arts and Sciences Lakeland



MALCOLM B. JOHNSON KT Sophomore, A. and S.. Jacksonville
JOHN WALLACE JOHNSON Sophomore, Arts and Sciences Tampa
Alpha Epsilon Delta; Leigh Chemical Society.
F. A. JOHNSON 0KT Freshman, Arts and Sciences Pensacola




STANLEY JORDAN Freshman, Commerce and Journalism Bartow
RALPH JOSEPH Junior, Arts and Sciences ... .. Jacksonville
JOHN LAMAR JUNKIN N Soph., Comn. and Jour. Miami Beach
Serpent.




ALFRED EDWARD KAHN Freshman, Comn. and Jour..... Miami
Alligator.
ISIDORE KASRIEL TEO .. Freshman, Engineering Tampa
SIDNEY C. KASS TEO ... .. .Junior, Law ..... Jacksonville




ARNOLD M. KATZ ..... .Freshman, Corn. and Jour...... Tampa
International Relations Club.
ELY KATZ BA. Sophomore, Corn. and Jour. St. Petersburg
M. R. KAYS, JR.. K Freshman, Corn. and Jour.. West Palm Beach
Bacchus.



J. W. KEA TA ... Junior, Agriculture .......Hawthorne
Alpha Zeta; Phi Eta Sigma; Ag. Club.
EDWARD KEEFE KA .. Sophomore, Corn. and Jour ..... Tampa
REED S. KEHLER nKA Junior, Cornm. and Jour. St. Petersburg




CHARLES W. KELLY Sopho norc, Co'i. .'wd Jora,.. .Sarasota
Seminolek, '32. '33. Alhgatwr. '32. "33. Comrrcree Club.
T. PAINE KELLY ArM Janior, .4Aits atd Sciences Tampa
Fi..,otball Pirates. R 0 T C
NWILLIAM D. KEMP .VE .. Junior, .4rchltctart Jackson-ille
Sminokh.. E, .cuiw'e Cuurn.il Garroule CILb. Flor,da Playt.r: Th, ta



SAMI J. KENNARD nKo .. Fru shimiani, Phor'iici Fernandina
85ccl-.,i
R. RICHArD) KINARD KI c. Sophi'ot, A.4. and S.. Crescent City
HARtY' B. KiNG Sop/,.,ii.ore, Co,, anid Jon.u... .Jacksonville
Tracd,


HARRY Nix KiNGSBERY Fr.. /.,,)ii, Com'. (tid Jolur.. Miami
J. H. KINSER J..rior, .4Arts aid Scieics .. Eustis
HAROLD D. KINSEY XOE Snphoiii,'. Copa. (mid .J.'ir. Ft. Pierce


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ROBERT EARL KIPP Jt,,'r, Ed catii Sanford
Peabody Clb Phi Eta Sgma
JOHN A. KIRK .... F'.s.t.winni, Eugihiecrilg .. .Tavares
Florida Encr,, nricg Soci.et:
HOLMES KIRKLAND, JR. ATQ ]l,,io-, Coln. (ind Jo.,r.. Tampa
Jur,;ur R 0. r C L'Apeh.- Th-ila


RALPH E. KIRSCH Jauiu', Aits and Sciences Miami Beach
Tennis; Orchestra; Glee Club; Band.
PAUL H. KIRSTEIN TEO Junior, Cornm. and Jour..... Tampa
BOZE H. KITCHENS Sophomore, Education Pine Mount
Alligator.


IRVING KLEPPER TEO Freshman, Engineering Jacksonville
JACK HAMLIN KLINE nKA Freshman, Cornm. and Jour. Orlando
Serpent; Junior Inter-Fraternity Conference.
LESLIE J. KLOTZ, JR .. Sophomore, Engineering Jacksonville
Glee Club.


PAUL KNIGHT K ....... Junior, Corn. and Jour. .......Starke
Serpent.
HERMAN KNOLL Junior, Engineering Fleischmanns, N. Y.
A. S. M. E.
JAMES R. KNOTT Junior, Law .......Tallahassee
Sec'y-Treas. Junior Law; Seminole; Delta Sigma Pi; Colonels; Transfer
from U. of N. C.




FRED C. W. KRAMER AZ0 Junior, Arts and Sciences Leesburg
ROBERT S. KRAMER A1 Sophomore, Engineering Leesburg
ROLLOND JORDAN KRANTZ Freshman, A. and S. Jacksonville




G. P. KREHER .. .Sophomore, Engineering .. .Tampa
I. B. KRENTZMAN, JR ... Freshman, Cornm. and Jour... .. Milton
W. H. KROME ... .. .Sophomore, Agriculture ..... Homestead




CHARLES E. KURTZ ...... Freshman, Law .... .St. Petersburg
Vice-President John Mar.hall Law Club.
C. L. LANCASTER Junior, Cornm. and Jour .. Punta Gorda
Junior R. 0. T. C.
DAVID LANDER ATn Sophomore, Corn. and Jour.. Lakeland



JAMES TURLEY LANDON &e Junior, Corn. and Jour.. Jacksonville
Track; Blue Key; Delta Sigma Pi; Sigma Delta Psi; Serpent.
P. B. LAND Freshman, Education .. .Miami
Peabody Club.
VICTOR GEORGE LANDER ArP Freshman, Agriculture Alturas


JAMES MARSHALL LANDERS AT2 Freshman, Comn. and Jour.. Tampa
International Relations Club; "F" Club; Bacchus.
T. FRANK LANDRUM .. Senior, Law .. .Inverness
FRANK B. LANGLEY AE Sophomore, Corn. and Jour. Jacksonville
Commerce Club; L'Apache.


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W. C. LANTAFF OKI ./t,,,, ri.4, nid Sien.nces Miami Beach
AlI,-ralor Pi Dulra Lp..l..r. Juninr I (0 T C D,4bute Squad. Se.rp. nt.
NORVEL A. LAPSLEY KA Soi/i,,iorr, Coin,. oll Jvr. Clearwater
EDWARD B. LARKIN BK J. .ir', AriS ts l .aSn.'iici s Dade City



CHARLES LARSEN AM. Fslinii'a. .4i, 1/, Ilt Sti.itVrr Lakeland
Dacehu'
ALLEN L. LASTINGER Sopii:'inore, AI.y ientii... .Live Oak
A. W. LA.UDERBACK. 1.rm Jiim,,', Cum. v,,il. Jo.op, Jacksonville




OSCAR B. LAWRENCE Bk .SO/iiim,'i, (C'm. fivl Jin. Jacksonville
Fr-.hnimar. BaUj : ,li Mrlr G'e' Clul,
DOWVLINC B LEArHERWOJ:D Si- ili n'woi, Coin,. tid .Ii, li. Ft. Myers
AlIIpatur. P'h, Elta Si.;nia.
GORDON MONROE LEE PFi sh itman, Comn. tiil ..l.'..... Avon Park;
irnt<:rniitr..ral RL-latiL.n, Cluh



MARION B. LEE OKT .. ..... ,/,, '. Co.i. (Ho, Ji.. .... Tampa
Fc-.tball Serpent
LEROY G. LEIGHTON O..H ..S:,phornioir, Enigiii,:,iiiy Jacksonville
DANA T. LEITCH ..... iii'.', Edcntioi ..... Lynn Haven
Kappa Delta P'l



BRUICE G. LEHMAN 0 ..T ... ...... h'n/iliii L., Miami
P, Gamma MIj Scabbiarii ani Blaie. Stn,.r R 0. T. C.. Irter--rat.:rrnty
C.)uncl Colonel
G. SYD. LENFESTEY ATa .J if, C-,,w. ,nt .1,l ./ .. Tampa
Delta Siema Pi.
SAM LEW INSONN .iphomoirc, A .41 anid Sri, itiua ..t Sarasota
Alliiizat..-r Sernir,-le. Floridar R..-., L x ,.-h Chtmnical Drum annd BtL'i: Curp-




FRANK G. LEWIS, JR ... ..dm,,, Egiitri'..n West Palm Beach
GIe CIJia
GEORGE LEWIS ATO Fr'tIsh11,#. Co.. iid Ji,... Tallahassee
J. G. LEWIS .. ... F.-F:slmmi .i., on i,111 '( W Wewahitchka




RUDOLPH A. LEWIS BK S.-,hoiiore, .4. and S.. St. Petersburg
All.gat..r Phi E'ta Si.ma ir. rir.,t.-rnit I.ounclt
WVILLI-M LIEBERMAN 1E,. .... I...Iiior, La Orlando
EDWARD C. LIGON lX .,,i11'. C:',i,,. ,mid .I(,,.... West Palm Beach
Jur.rr R 0 T C Strp.ent



AMON B. LINDSEY, JR. F /Ci mol, .4ArIS fid Scicries Center Hill
HOWAR[. LINDSEY ...... Sophoiomiorc, Edhcoati-,, ..... Geneva
Trac-L,.
S K. LINDSEY .S.pliiiiin,. Arts aiil Si r e:,s Alachua



THEODORE H. LINDSEY .. Fresihman,. C,,in. aod Jour... .Geneva
X. L. LINDSEY Jiii;or. Education Alachua
Athletic CouncI
WV. D. LINES F.rcshn, Cot,. and Ji.mr. .........Quincy


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H. MILTON LINK Bon .... Sophomore, Agriculturc Orlando
7 hc-t a
Theta
W. SHANNON LINNING Sophoiiiior', Conl. and J.our. Jacksonville
EDW'ARD VAN LAER LIPSCOMB .. Freshiian, .A. and S. Pensacola



SIMON M. LIPTON Ba. Soiphomio're, Pharnimoc .r .... Miam
LABAN G. LIVELY nKA Junior, Law ..... Tampa
Alpha Phi Epsilo.n; Ph. DErlta Pr, : Scabbard rand Blad.e: Colnel-
ROBERT LIVESAY AE Fi-eshiian, Coln. and Jonr. Jacksonville





HUGH DONALD LOUCKS Frs.hiittii, Education Tallahassee
EDWARD LOLUTZ KI .... tiiori, .4Arts and Sciences ... .Miami
JOSEPH M. LOBO Fihu. A.4rts and Sciences ..... Tampa





JOHN R. LORD, JR ..... Sopli:o,'-ort, Enypii ring Orlando
Kappa Gamma Delta.
CARL M. LONG Freshman, Arts and Sciences Panama City
JACK LOVE ZOE Freshman, Arts and Sciences Delray Beach
Bacchus.



JIMMIE L. LOVE E Junior, Pharmacy .. Delray Beach
Basketball; Honor Court; "F" Club; Theta; Mortar and Pestle.
CECIL E. LOVE Sophomore, Arts and Sciences High Spring.
Alpha Epsilon Delta; Leigh Chemical Society.
JOHN W. LLOYD Freshman, Comn. and Jour. Ft. Lauderdale



EARLE LUPFER nKA Junior, Arts and Sciences Kissimmee
R. O. T. C.
ARTHUR R. LYMAN, JR. Junior, Comn. and Jour .. Lake Worth
Alpha Phi Omega.
S. J. LYNCH ArP Junior, Agriculture San Antonio
Alpha Zeta.


ERNEST JAMES LYTLE, JR. Junior, Arts and Sciences East Lake
R. O. T. C.
M. F. McAFEE, JR ..... .Freshman, Arts and Sciences Miami
J. OWEN McALOON ex Freshman, Comn. and Jour. St. Augustine



JAMES L. McCALL, JR. ..... .Junior, Engineering .... .Tampa
Benton Engineering Society; Leigh Chemical Engineering Society.
GEORGE H. MCCAMPBELL 1AE Sophomore, Educa. West Palm Beach
Football.
JACK MCCANDLESS BK Junior, Architecture St. Petersburg
Gargoyle; Phi Eta Sigma.


BRIAN K. MCCARTY ZOE .Freshman, Corn. and Jour.. Ft. Pierce
Fre-.hmar, F,:otball.
THOMAS V. MCCAUL, JR.. nKA Junior, Lui Gainesville
Colonelk. Serpent.
GEORGE CHANDLER McCALTGHAMNI Freshman, .4 A. tand S.. Miami


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