The Seminole

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Title:
The Seminole
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63 v. : ill. ; 27 cm.
Language:
English
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University of Florida
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Senior Class of the University of Florida
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Gainesville, Fla
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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. no.1 (1910) - v. 63 (1973).

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University of Florida
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TWENTY-SIX YEARS AGO THE SEMINOLE
STARED WITH BABY EYES UPON THE CAMPUS
FOR THE FIRST TIME, AND SAW ONLY
THOMAS HALL. THIS EDITION OF THE
SEMINOLE IS MUCH MORE FORTUNATE. IT
HAS THE PRIVILEGE OF VIEWING ONE OF
THE MOST BEAUTIFUL COLLEGE CAMPUSES
IN THE SOUTH-OR ANYWHERE; A CAMPUS
EMBRACING MORE THAN A SCORE OF
IVY-CLAD BUILDINGS.
AS EACH YEAR HAS BROUGHT IMPROVE-
MENTS TO THE UNIVERSITY, SO TOO, EACH
YEAR HAS ADDED ITS TOUCH TO THE
SEMINOLE. IT IS THE SINCERE HOPE OF
THE STAFF THAT THIS, THE TWENTY-SEVENTH
VOLUME OF THE SEMINOLE, WILL HAVE
CONTRIBUTED ITS SHARE TO PROGRESS, AND
THAT HEREIN YOU WILL HAVE A COMPLETE
CHRONICLE OF THE YEAR '35-'36.
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TO JOSEPH EDWIN PRICE
ASSISTANT D E AN 0O
STUDENTS, POPULAR, PER
SONABLE; AN INTERESTE!
FOLLOWER OF ATHLETICS
A MAN OF HIGH CHARACTE
AND FUNDAMENTAL ABILITY
A STUDENT LEADER AS UNDER
GRADUATE AND GRADUATE
A FLORIDA MANWHO I
DEVOTING HIS LIFE T(
H IS UNIVERSITY
ENJOYING IT.





































































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FOR THE THEME OF THE T
VOLUME OF THE SEMINOLE, THET
SENTS A COMPREHENSIVE PICTE
NATIVE INDUSTRIES WITH WHICH FLORIDA,
SO RICHLY BLESSED. FEW, IF ANY, STATE
OF THE UNION CAN OFFER AS MANY D
FERENT TYPES OF INDUSTRIES AS THOSE BEIN
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LUMBERING IN THE PINEWOODS
WEST FLORIDA TO FISHING INHE BEAU
TIFUL TROPICAL WATERS OFEY WES
THE NATIVE INDUSTRIES OF THE STAT
ARE ITS BIGGEST ASSET. THE MAIN DIVISIO
PAGES REPRESENT THE STATE'S LEADING
INDUSTRIES WHILE THE SUB-DIVISION PAGE
DEPICT NUMEROUS OTHER INDUSTRIE
JNOT SO LARGE. THE STAFF DE2SRE
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HENRY NORTON JUNE


WILLIAM M. CARLISLE
JOHN C. BOYER
BERNARD A. THOMAS
JAMES T. TWIGG
JOHN E. DRAYTON
HORACE H. TROS































BOOK I. UNIVERSITY 1
Campus Views V..i13
Administration 21


Senior Lavw 29
Senior Academic 35
Undergraduates a t e s 61

BOOK III. FEATURES .118

Beauty ..125
Snapshots 135


BOOK IV. ATHLETICS :-.172

Baslet Ball 187
Ba l a s e 6as I1 191



BOOK V. ACTIVITIES .212

Student Government V 213
SPublications .219
G Organizations i229
V M ilitary 249
Dance Societies 259

KVI. FRATERNITIES .266
Honorary and Professional 267
Socia 287
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FLORIDA! There's magic in that name for fisher-
men. The coastal waters of Florida are an Eden
to anglers of high and low degree. The waters of
Florida are the most productive of game fishes of
any in the world. At least six hundred varieties
of fishes are known. No man may say how many
more there are that have not been studied and clas-
sified. Florida has more than 5000 miles of inland
waters and 3000 miles of seacoast, all thriving with
commercial and game fishes.



























State Board of Education

DAVID SHOLTZ, Governor (Stetson, Yale) ........... Tallahassee
R. A. GRAY, Secretary of State (Georgetown) ....... Tallahassee
W. V. KNOTT, State Treasurer. ..................... Tallahassee
CARY D. LANDIS, Attorney General (Indiana State Normal;
University of Michigan) Tallahassee
W. S. CAWTHON, State Superintendent of Public Instruction
(University of Florida) Tallahassee




Board of Control

GEORGE H. BALDWIN, Chairman (Yale) ............ Jacksonville
THOMAS W. BRYANT (Florida) ... ................ Lakeland
HARRY C. DUNCAN (Stetson) ......................... Tavares
OLIVER J. SEMMES (Auburn) ................... Pensacola
ALFRED H. WAGG (Dickinson College) ............ .Palm Beach
JOHN T. DIAMOND, Secretary of the Board.......... Tallahassee









UNIVERSITY PRESIDENT

























































DR. JOHN J. TIGERT
Vanderbilt, '04
M.A. (Oxon.), LL.D.
Ed.D., D.C.L.
D.Litt., L.H.D.


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UNIVERSITY COUNCIL


Acting Vice President College of Arts and Sciences

DEAN TOWNES R. LEIGH, Acting Vice-President and
Dean of the College or Arts and Sciences is one of the
most active and capable men associated with the Uni-
versity. Dean Leigh has previously served the Uni-
versity as Head of the Department of Chemistry and
Dean of the College of Pharmacy. He is past national
president of Gamma Sigma Epsilon, honorary chem-
ical fraternity, and past president of the American As-
sociation of Colleges of Pharmacy; member of the
Society of Chemical Industries, London; member
Deutsche Chemische Gesellshaft, Berlin; member
American Institute of Chemists; member American
Chemistry Society; member American Pharmaceutical
Association; and member of Sigma Chi social
fraternity.


Dean TOWNES R. LEIGH
B. S. (Iuka), A. B. (Lebanon UniversitylU),
Ph. 1). (University of Chicago)



The Graduate School

WVIIEN the University was founded Doctor Anderson
left his position as a memlber of the faculty of the
Florida State College at Tallahassee to become the first
Head of the Department of Ancient Languages. In 1910
he was made l)ean of the College of Arts and Sciences
and when the Graduate School was created in 1930 he
became its first )Dean. Since its inception, the Grad-
uate School has enjoyed a steady growth. Today it
offers a Master's D)egree in a wide variety of courses.
Doctor Anderson's social fraternity is Chi Phi.


Dean J. N. ANDERSON
Ph. D. (Johns Hopkins)
M. A. (University of Virginia)




R e g is t r a r

HARLEY WILLARD CHANDLER came to the University
from Minnesota in 1923 as Instructor in Mathematics.
He was appointed Registrar in 1927 and has capably
filled that position. Mr. Chandler supervises the reg-
istration and compilation of statistics of students. His
office is able to furnish at any time a complete record
of any student's college work. He is now President of
the Florida Association of Colleges and Universities, a
member of Sigma Xi, Pi Gamma Mu, Phi Kappa Phi,
Gamma Alpha, and Phi Kappa Tau.
HARLEY WV. CHANDLER
M. S. (University of Iowa)

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UNIVERSITY COUNCIL



College of Business
Ad m inistration

PERFORMING the dual functions of Acting Dean of the
General College and Dean of the College of Business
Administration, Dean Walter J. Matherly is one of the
University's most able men. It was largely through
the untiring work and faith of Dean Matherly that
the General College, a great step forward in education,
came into existence. Dean Matherly came to the Uni-
versity in 1926 to take the position of Director of the
College of Commerce and Journalism. He is Presi-
dent of the American Association of Collegiate Schools
of Business, member of Alpha Kappa Psi, Tau Kappa
Alpha, Phi Kappa Phi, Blue Key, Beta Gamma Sigma,
and Sigma Nu.

Dean WALTER J. MArTHERLY
A.B. (Williami Jewell College)
M.A. (Washington University)


The College of Agriculture

DEAN WILMON NEiWELL came to the State of Florida in
1915 as Plant Commnissioner. In 1921 he became Dean
of the College of Agriculture and Director of the Ex-
periment Station and Agriculture Extension. Under
the able leadership of Dlean Newell the College of
Agriculture exists not only to teach scientific, agricul-
tural work but to conduct research work in all plhases
of Florida farming. Dean Newell is a past President
of the Association of Econonmic Entomologists, and
of the Association of Southern Agricultural Workers.
He is a member of Phi Kappa Phi, Alpha Zeta, Gamma
Sigma Delta, and Kappa Sigma.

Dean WILMON NEWELL
D. Sc. (Iowa State College)



The College of Education

THE able head of the College of Education is Dean
J. W. Norman. Before coming to Florida in 1916 to
serve as Professor of Education he served on the fac-
ulties of Howard College, Richmond College, and the
University of Minnesota. He was appointed Dean in
1920. Under the leadership of Dean Norman the Col-
lege of Education emerged from Teacher's College in
1931 thus forging another link in the chain of growth
of the University. Dean Norman is a member of Phi
Kappa Phi, Kappa Delta Pi, Phi Delta Kappa, and
Kappa Phi Kappa.


Dean J. W. NORMAN
Ph.D. (Columbia)

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UNIVER S IT Y CO U N C I L



General Extension Division

A PIONEER in general extension work, Dean B. C. Riley
helped to organize the Division at Indiana University,
and then went to the University of Arkansas to be-
come the first director of extension there. In 1919 he
established the General Extension Division at Florida,
and has served as Dean since that time. Dean Riley
is past vice-president of the National University Ex-
tension Association, and past president of the. Exten-
sion Association of Southern Colleges and Universi-
ties. He founded Blue Key National Honor Fraternity,
and is a member of Phi Kappa Phi, Alpha Zeta, Phi
Delta Theta, and Rotary.



Dean B. C. RILEY
A.11. (lowoa), B.S.A. (Missouri)




Dean of Students

ONE of the best known men on the campus of the
University is 13. A. Tolbert, Dean of Students, who
came to the University in 1926 as Advisor to Fresh-
men and Professor in Education. Since 1928 he has
ably filled the position of )Dean of Students. Dean
Tolbert hold.s membership in Kappa Delta Pi, Omi-
cron D)elta Kappa, Blue Key, Scabbard and Blade, and
Pi Kappa Alpha. Joseph Edwin Price, a Florida man,
is his assistant and l)ean of Freshmen.


Dean B. A. TOLBERT
B.A.E. (U. of F.)



The College of Law

WHEN the College of Law was founded at the Uni-
versity in 1901, Dean Trusler joined the first faculty
as Professor of Law. In 1915 he became Dean of the
College. His text Essentials of School Law has found
wide usage. Through the. efforts of the Dean the Law
College has developed into one of the leading schools
in the Association of American Law Schools. It is
registered by the Board of Regents of New York State
and is listed among the approved law schools of the
American Bar Association. Dean Trusler is a member
of Phi Delta Phi, Alpha Phi Epsilon, Phi Kappa Phi,
and Alpha Tau Omega.

Dean H. 11. TRUSLmR
M.A., LL.B. (Michigan)


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UNIVERSITY CO U N C I L






College of Engineering


BLAKE R. VAN LEER, Dean of the College of Engineer-
ing since 1932, has directed the revision of all en-
gineering curricula and raised the standards for all
engineering degrees, and has aided several hundred
alumni in securing positions. He has served as Di-
rector of the Florida Mapping Project, Technical
Consultant, FERA and State Planning Board, Secre-
tary-Treasurer Florida Section American Society of
Mechanical Engineers, and member of the State Board
of Engineering Examiners. University of Florida con-
struction is Dean Van Leer's hobby and he is par-
ticularly proud of the Photographic Laboratory. Dean BLAKEI VAsN Ig.iidiR
B.S. in E.E. (Purdue University)
M.S. in M.E. ( University of California)
M.E. (Purdue University)










The General College

WALTER J. MATHERLY, Acting Dean
WINsTON W. LITTLE, Associate Dean

The University of Florida inaugurated the program of its new General College at the beginning of
the session, 1935-36. The major phases of this program are: First, a group of six comprehensive courses
prescribed, during the first two years, for all students, except superior students in certain cases; second,
a set of elective comprehensive courses; third, a series of specialized courses prerequisite for admission
to the colleges and professional schools of the Upper )ivision; fourth, a system of comprehensive exami-
nations on these various courses; and, fifth, a program of student guidance.

All beginning students, whether prospective doctors, lawyers, pharmacists, teachers, architects, farmers,
engineers, or business executives are required to register in the General College and to secure a minimnumt
of general education before they are admitted to the colleges and professional schools of the Upper i)i-
vision.

The purposes of the General College are: to offer all students opportunity for general education and
for vocational guidance; to broaden the base of education for students who are preparing for advanced
study in the colleges and professional schools of the Upper l)ivision, thereby avoiding the handicap of
narrow specialization; to satisfy the needs of those who have only a limited time to give to college train-
ing, and consequently should concern themselves with general viewpoints and major understandings,
instead of introductions to special subject-matter fields which they mnay never enter; and to provide for
the constant adjustments required in higher general education incident to the changing conditions of
modern life.




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THE fishing industry represents one of the most

valuable resources of Florida and furnishes 10

per cent of the United States' fish business. Flor-

ida's commercial fishing gives employment to

approximately 11,000 people and 8,000 boats,

which bring in from 122,000,000 to 145,000,000

pounds of fish and other seafoods yearly. More

than $10,000,000 is invested in commercial fish-

ing in the state.





































































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STANDING at the cross-roads of trade between the
United States and the Americas and near to Orien-
tal trade through the Panama Canal, Florida's ship-
pers can look toward the future with assurance.
Convenient to every section of the state is at least
one of Florida's six major ports, which are fast in-
creasing their tonnage to and from the ports of the
world. The six-port total of Florida's commerce
for 1935 was more than two hundred and sixty-six
million dollars.










SENIO R LA W CLAS S








DAvID R. SMITI
Vice-President




















O. D. HOWELL
Secretary-Treasurer





LLOYD A. TOWLE
President












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S E N I 0 R L A W



CARL CLYDE ATKINS
ROBERT THORNTON ANDERSON LL.B.
LL.B. Law
Law Miami
Gainesville 4K T
Executive Council '33; Vice-Pres.
Sophomore Class, '32; Football,'31, Executive Council; Blue Key; Cav-
'33; Lieut. O. R. C.; Band; Cavaliers; liers; Debate Club; John Marshall So-
Kappa Kappa Psi; F Club. ciety; Phi Alpha D)elta; Tau Kappa
Alpha; Debate Team; Interfraternity
Conference.


ROGER A. BARKER
LL.B. B.S. B.A.
Law LL.B.
Orlando Law
Pensacola
X41 John Marshall Society: Phi Delta
Capt. Inf., '33, '34; Delta Sigma Pi; Phi.
John Marshall Society.



BILL BORING
IIlsnON Lll)OimN POaYKIN
LL.B.
LawLa
Lakeland
Clhittahllooe'ee
BOII
Bus. Mgr. F Book, '34, '35; 2nd Lieut., liKA
R. O. T. C., 34; Debate Club; John John Marshall Society; Pirates; In-
Marshall Society; Phi Alpha Delta; terfraternity Conference.
Commerce Club, Pres. '32.
IOBERT VWILLIAM COIHOE
LL.B.
ALVIN CASSEL Law
LL.B. Johnlstown, Peonra.
Law Blue Key; Phi Kappa P'hl; Phi Alpha
Delta Pres., '35, '36; Beta Gamma Sig-
Miami Beach. ma; Alpha Kappa Psi; Phi Eta Sig-
ma; Cavaliers; Commerce Club; John
Marshall Debating Society; Young
Alligator, '30-'31, '31-'32, '32-'33; Com- Men's Democratic Club; Honor Court,
merce Club; John Marshall Society; Summer '34, '35, and Law College '34,
Leigh Chemical; Propellor Club; Or- '35; Non-Fraternity League, Organizer
chestra. and Chairman, '14, '35; Democratic
League, Chairman, '35, '36; Campus
Comm. on Social Affairs, '34, '35; B.S.
B.A. "With Honor" 1935.

'JAMES HOLMAN CRAVEN
L.ILLIAM JOSE.PH ANIEL
LL.B.
Law
Lakeland Law
n arianlna
KE
Interfraternity Conference. 1AE
Baseball '31; Colonels Clulb; Phi I)elta
Phi.


SAM T. DELL, JR.
LL.B. HAllIIY COTTRE'LL )UNCAN, .JR.
Law 11,.l3.
Gainesville Law
LAE Tavari's
Swimming '32; Major, 1st Inf. Batt.; llaA
Blue Key; Bacchus; Colonels Club; 1KA
Phi Delta Phi; Pirates; Sabres; In- Phi lelta Phi; irats.
terfraternity Conference; Faculty
Comm. on Social Affairs.


J UDSON F ItREMAN

MARX FEINBERG LI.B.
LL.B. Law
Law Jaclsolnville
Miami K
Glee Club; John Marshall Society; Mgr. Football, '34, '35; 2nd Lieut. '34,
Glee Club; John Marshall Society;C. A. '35; Colonels Club; John Marshall So-
Yh. M. C. A. ciety; I,'Apache; SAnre9,; F Club.




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S E N I 0 R L A W



WILLIAM ALBERT GILLEN
WILLIAM COTTER GAITHER LL.B.
LL.B. Law
Law Tampa
Tampa MAE
ZAE Alligator, '31, '32; Colonels Club; Farr
Basketball, '32; Alligator, '32, '33, '34; aritershallry Society; R.pache; hn
Seminole '32, '33, '34; 0. R. C.; Col- Delta Phi; Sabres; Gen. Executive
onels Club; Pirates. Delta Phi; Sabres; Gen. Executive
Comm. for Military Ball; Serpents;
Captain, R. O. T. C.


JEROME J. GRANGER
LL.B. MARION CARTER GREEAR
LL.B.
Law LL.B.
Miami Beach Law
Orlando
ZAM
Entered from University of Michigan




FRED N. HERR OSCAR D. HOWELL, JR.
LL.B. LL.B.
Law Law
Delaware, Ohio Sarasota
zX 1Secty.-Treas. Senior Law Class.
O. R. C., L'Apache.


ELY KATZ WILLIAM C. LANTAFF
LL.B. LL.B.
Law Law
St. Petersburg Miami Beach
4,BA 1'KT
Honor Court; Law School, '35, 36; Secty.-Treas. Student Body, '33, '34;
Vice Preos. Freshman Law Class '34, Pres. Student Body, Summer Session
'35; Blue Key; Farr Literary Society; '35; Alligator, '30, '31, '32; Seminole,
John Marshall Society; Order of '31, '32, '33; Cadet Major, R. O. T. C.,
Palms; Concert Master University 34, '35; Blue Key; Colonels Club; De-
Orchestra; Director of U. of F. Club- bate Club; Phi Alpha Delta; Tau
men. Kappa Alpha; White Friars.

H. GRADY LESTER, JR.
EDWARD B. LARKINLL.B.
LL.LL.B.B.
Law
aw Tampa
Dade City T
1st Lieut. R. O. T. C.; John Marshall
Society; Leigh Chemical; Young Dem- Pres. Junior Law Class, '34, '35; Cadet
ocrats Club. Major, Inf., '34, '35; Blue Key; Col-
onels Club; L'Apache; Sabres.


HARRY GORDON McDONALD
LL.B.
NORMAN LINETSKY _4 Law
LL.B. Plant City
Miami ex
Track; Bacchus; Colonels Club; Glee
Club; John Marshall Society; Pea-
body Club; Y. M. C. A.; Kappa Phi
Kappa; Serpents.


J. TWEED MCMULLEN
LL.B., B.A. HERMON HUMPHREY MOTLEY, JR.
LL.B.
Law Law
Clearwater
Jacksonville
IIKA Pres. Debate Club, '34, '35; Farr Liter-
Seminole, '34, '36; Band; '30, '31, '32, ary Society; I. R. C.; John Marshall
'33; Colonels Club; Kappa Kappa Psi Society; Phi Kappa Phi; Pres. Tau
Phi Delta Phi; University Orchestra Kappa Alpha; Debate Club Pres.
'30.



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RAYMOND LATANE PARKER TERRY BERNARD PATTERSON
LL.B. LL.B.
Law Law
Miami St. Petersburg
2AeO IIKA
Manager Boxing, '34; L'Apache; Blue Key; Colonels Club; L'Apache;
F Club. Phi Delta Phi; Phi Kappa Phi.



MILTON ROBBINS WILLIAM ATTWOOD ROBINSON, JR.
LL.B. LL.B.
Law Law
St. Petersburg St. Petersburg
2nd Lieut. O. R. C.; Commerce Club; John Marshall Society; Phi Alpha
John Marshall Society; Leigh Chem- Delta.
ical.


JOHN MCCOY SAMPLE
GEORGE HENRY SALLEY LL.B.
LL.B. Law
Law Ft. Pierce
Winter Park ZEE
OKN Colonels Club; L'Apache; White
Friars.


JAY RITTENHAUS SCHWARTZ
HOWARD WILLIAM SAPP LL.B.
LL.B. Law
Law St. Petersburg
Panama City 4 'BA
Secty.-Treas. Junior Law Class; Phi Track, '31, '32; Varsity, 32, '33; Alli-
Delta Phi. gator, '31, '32; Commerce Club; John
Marshall Society; Interfraternlty Con-
ference.

MARTIN SEGAL
LL.B. SAMUEL W. SHAPIRO
Law LL.B.
Orlando Law
TE, Ft. Lauderdale
John Marshall Society; Young Dem- Capt., Reg. Adj., '35; John Marshall
ocrats Club; Interfraternity Confer- Society; Young Democrats Club.
ence.


D. R. SMITH
ALBERT EDWIN SHINHOLSER LL.B.
LL.B. Law
Law Reddick
Sanford zX
Glee Club. John Marshall Society; Vice-Pres.
Senior law Class; Phi Delta Phi.


HOLMES SHERWOOD SPENCER I ICHAR) )WIGHT SuTTON
LL.B. LL.B. ,t.S.l.A.
Law Law
Palatka Jacksonville
KA AXA
C Secty.-Treas. Athletic Council, '34,
Colonels Club; John Marshall Society; '35; Tenns, '31,'31, '33, '34; Phi Alpha
Phi Delta Phi; Pirates. )elta; Alpha Phi Omega.


LLOYD ACKER TOWLE EUGENE WANG
LL.B.
LL.B.
Law Law
Gainesville Jacksonville
Associate Editor Seminole '35; Asso-
4 AO ciate Editor Alligator '35; Florida Re-
Pres. Senior Law Class; Debate view; Florida Players; John Marshall
Team. Society; Wasare.


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J.ESSE FARLEY WARREN, JR. q ROGER J. WAYBRIGHT
LL.B. LL.B.
Law Law
A palachicola Jacksonville
ATA K
Colonels Club; John Marshall Society;
'34. Phi Alpha Delta.



BENJAMIN CAWTHON WILLIS
CHARAIiES PETER WEST LL.B.
Lj.B. Law
Law Quincy
St. PeteIrsbu rg ZAE
Seminole '33, '34; Phi Delta Phi.



SF. W RT,. ALTE'IR G. ARNOLD
JAMES I". WISIIAH'l', .11.
LL.B.
LI,.B., H.S.IB.A. Law
Law Jacksonville
Tampa lHonor Court; Chancellor of Honor
Youtg )Democrats Club. Court, '35, '36; Blue Key; Phi Alpha
Delta.

WILLAnI) VWOOn AYRF.V S
L IIL.B. HENRY TOLBERT BLACK
Law LL.B.
Orlando Law
P'res. Ilue Key, '3:i; 0. D. Vice- Lakeland
Pres; I'Pres. Talu Ktpipa Alpha; Pres.
Sen or Class '32; Pres. I)ebating AD
Council; Varsity Track Tearn; Var- Vice-Pres. Junior Law Class, '34, '35;
sity IDebatlig Team; Capt. Varsity Pres. Midyear Senior Law '36; Col-
('ross-Collt try Team; Junior Orator- onels Club; John Marshall Society;
Ic:al C(hampion; Advertising Mgr. Al- Kappa Kappa Psi; Phi Delta Phi.
ligator; Corpus Jurls Law Finding
Contest Award; F Club.
JOHN DIXON HOBBS, JR.
ARCIIIE [ODEHICK HAIRIS LL.B.
LL.B..B.
Law Law
Miami Tampa
tIKT ATO
IV'xecutliv Coutniil '33; Pres. Athletic Football; 1st Lieut.; Colonels Club;
unoineil '35, 'I; Pres. Soplh. ('lass '32; John Marshall Society; Phi Alpha
loxing '31, '32, '34; Intermural Board; Delta.
ii Club.

T. PAINE KELLY

Law W. SHANNON LINNING

AI Law
Football, '31, '33; Majior 3r'd Batt., '34; Jacksonville
P'res. Blue Key, '34, '35; Bacchus; Col-
onels (Chlub: John Marshall Society;
1111 Eta Sigima; Pirates; Sabres; F



ERNE'ST C. MC(LUBG BEN SCHVARTz
LL.Bl. LL.B.
Law Law
Lakelalnd St. Petersburg
IAE John Marshall Society; University
Orchestra.
Alligator; Semint ole; Phi Delta Phi.


ROBERT BEES SINCLAIR
LL.B.
Law
Gainesville
OX
Phi Delta Phi.




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LIKE a bit of Greece transplanted in the New World
is the settlement of Greek spongers who have cen-
tered their activities at Tarpon Springs, the largest
commercial sponge fishery in the United States.
There, each January, thousands of visitors witness
the Cross Day of the Greek Divers, one of the few
traditional religious ceremonies in the United
States. The Archbishop of the Greek Catholic
church blesses and casts a golden cross into the
waters. The diver fortunate enough to retrieve the
cross receives the blessing of the church and pros-
pects of a rich harvest of sponges.









S E N I O R AC AD E M I C









ROBERTE GARDNER
Vice-President





















GROVER C. HOWELL
Secretary-Treasurer





CLARENCE REINSCHMIDT
President































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JOSEPH D. ADAMS PAUL R. AKIN
A.B. A.B.
Arts and Sciences Arts and Sciences
Tampa Jacksonville
Vice-President Junior Class, '35; Farr Literary Society; Order of
Senior Infantry; Cavaliers; Assistant Ias; Radio Guild Inter-Society
Business Manager Glee Club '34, Debating '33.
Business Manager '35.




LEROY K. ALBERT PRUSSELL GiOHRGE ALBRIGHT
B.S.AE. ...
Architecture Education
Miami St. Petersburg
Fine Arts Society. Florida Players




DANTZLER GEORGE ALLEN
B.S.A. FIIANCIS M. ALLEN
Agriculture B.S.A.
Tampa Agriculture
IIK( Pinetta
Varsity Boxing; Freshman Football, Executive Council '35; Alpha Zeta;
Track and Boxing; Florida College Agricultural Club.
Farmer Staff; Agricultural Club; Tor-
eador Club; Thrysus; F Club.



EINAR RIENHOLD ANDERSENOMAS AN
ALRED.C..Avm THOMAs ANDERSON
B.S.CHI.E.
B.S.B.A.
Engineering B.S.I.A.
West Palm Beach Business Administration
St. Petersburg
A. S. C. E.; Benton Engineering So-
ciety; Bacchus; Senior Military.



DAVID W. ANDERSON
B.S.E.E. GEonRi F. ANDERSON
Engineering u.s.
Jacksonville Arts and Sciences
AZ@, Sarasota
A. I. E. E. Seminole; Senior Military.
Benton Engineering Society.





THOMAS JOHN ANDERSON
ROBERT T. ANDERSON TOMAS N ANERSON
B.S.B.A.
B Education
Arts and Sciences Education
Gainesville Pierce
Gainesville xecutie Council; Peabody Club.




WMILLIAM HENLEY ANDERSON
B.S. CAll HOLI)EN ANTIIONY
Arts and Sciences B.S.B.A.
Winter Haven Business Administration
X4Q West Palm Beach
Alligator '33, '34; Senior Military; Phi
Eta Sigma; Blue Key; Executive ATQI
Council, '34, '35.



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DEL,)HIN ARMANDO AIlDUENGO ROBERT EDWARD AUSTIN
A.B. B.S.C.E.
Arts and Sciences and Law Engineering
Tampa Jacksonville
Secretary-Treasurer Freshman Law Swimming '33; A. S. C. E.; Benton
Class; Cavaliers; Los Picaros. Engineering Society.





IOUIE FREDRICK BADGER
i.S.B3.A. ALI BAHADIR
Business Administration B.S.B.A.
Gainesville Business Administration
Cornmmrce Club; Propellor Club; Smyrna, Turkey
Y. M. C. A.





CARROL W. BAILEY STANLEY F. BAILEY
B.S. VB.S.B.A.
Benson Springs Business Administration
Gainesville
Propellor Club.





SIDNEY LEE BAKER NICHOLAS RUDOLPH BALDWIN
B.S.PH'IY. B.S.PHY.
Arts and Sciences Arts and Sciences
Orlando Alachua
TE41 Leigh Chemical Society; Mortar &
Mortar & Pestle. Pestle.




ROBERT A. BALLARD
B.S.A.
KIMBERLEY C. BULLARD Agriculture
iP'.o. Miami
Gainesville BOI
Senior Military.



HICILARn A. BARnlWELL
B1.s.(*I.E;. BRUCE L. BARFIELD
Engineering A.B.
(Gainesville Arts and Sciences
IIK4, Perrine
1Iroeshuman Track; A. I. Ch. E.; Ben- AX
totll lngineeriilg Society; Phi Eta
Sigma; Sigma T'au; Gaimnmia Sigma
Epsilon.


TOM LEE BARROW
B.S.B.A.
Business Administration
Education DeSoto City
Gainesville
'KT
EIxeoutiv\,e (Council '341; loor Court
'35; Senior Military; Peabody Club; Beta Gamma Sigma; Commerce Club;
lKappa )elta Pi; Knappa Phi Kapl pa. Cavaliers; Delta Sigma Pi; Glee Club;
I. R. C.; Phi Eta Sigma; Sabres.




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DAVID MAC BATEY
LANSING WESLEY BARTON B.S.B.A.
S.A. Business Administration
Agriculture Jacksonville
Gainesville ZX
Business Manager of F Book; Semi-
Agricultural Club. nole; Captain, R. O. T. C.; Blue Key;
Beta Gamma Sigma; Commerce Club;
Cavaliers; Delta Sigma Pi; Y.M.C.A.

JACK HOLDEN BECKWITrH
GRANVILLE E. BATEY, JR. AB.
B.S.B.A. Arts and Sciences
Business Administration Miami
Jacksonville AE
President of Junior Class '35; Foot-
ZX ball, '33, '34, '35; Basketball, '34, '35
Senior Military; Alpha Kappa Psi. '36; Freshman Football, Basketball;
Seminole Captain, R. O. T. C.; Alpha Epsilon
Delta; Bacchus; Pirates; Sabres; Blue
Key.


ROBERT R. BENSON WILLIAM B. BERNARD
B.A.E. B.S.E.E.
Education Engineering
Flagler Beach MEiami
Senior Military; Band; Kappa Kappa
Psi; Peabody Club; Kappa Phi Kappa. A. I. E, E.; Benton Engineering So-
ciety; Sigma Tau.


DRAYTON DEWITT BERNHARD
B.S.M.E.
Engineering JOSEPH E. BLACKER
Anniston, Alabama B.S.AE.
ex Architecture
Secretary of Athletic Council '34; Coral Gables
Secretary-Treasurer of Junior Class,
'33; Football, '31, '32, '33; Freshman Fine Arts Society; Phi Alpha.
Football '30; Captain, R. O. T. C.,
Blue Key; Sabres; Treasurer of F
Club '34; Intramural Boxing Champ-
ion '35.

JACK SNEAD BLOCKER
LAWTON WALTER BLANTON B.S.B.A.
B.S.E. Business Administration
Education Jacksonville
Perry ATA
A. I. Ch. E.; Astronomy Club; Leigh Executive Council; Freshman Track;
Chemical Society; Peabody Club. Alligator '34; Senior Military; Coin-
merce Club; Cavaliers.



WILLIAM FREDERICK BLOIS, JR.
B.A.E. WILLIAM T. BODIFORD
Education lB. S
Jacksonville Arts and Sciences
OKN Gainesville
Editor of Florida Review; Order of HIKA
Palms; Peabody Club; Kappa Phi
Kappa.




HERBERT HALEY BOLTIN SIMUAL T. BOZEMAN, JR.
B.S. B.A.E.
Arts and Sciences Education
Gainesville Live Oak
IIKA Senior Military; Peabody Club.
L'Apache.




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Louis THOMAS BRAGASSA PHILIP J. BREMAN
B.S.PIIY. B.S.M.E.
Aris and Sciences Engineering
Key West Coral Gables
Kl(T PBA
American Pharmacy Association; Alligator, '31, '32; Senior Military; A.
Mortar & Pestle; Rho Chi. S. M. E.; Benton Engineering Society.



GFEOIHor D. BRIDGES
B.S.B.A.
HAROLD L. BRIDGES
Business Administralion HAROLD L. BRIDGES
B.S.
Wildwood Arts and Sciences
Z11E Ocala
Freshman Baseball; Varsity Base-
hall; Major, R. O. T. C.; Propellor
Club.




GEOIoR;E G. BnocIEr'rT, JR. ARTHUR WILLIAM BROWN
B.S.A. A.B.
Agriculture Arts and Sciences
Titusville Brooklyn, New York
Football; Senior Military; Agricultur- Florida Players.
al Cltb; Band; Thrysus.



MARION ELLSWORTH BROWN
B.S.B.A. WILLIAM PALMER BRYAN
Business Administration B.S.B.A.
Lake Worth Business Administration
1i{ Orlando
Senior Military; Alpha Kappa Psi; Lyceum Council, '34, President '35;
Varsity Cheer Leader '35; Band; Or- Propellor Club; WRUF Staff.
chestra; Glee Club; Florida Club-
men.



JAM ES IoEriT BIRYANT WILLIAM THADDEUS BRYANT
B.A.E.
B.S.A.
Educalion
Pensacola Agriculture
Gainesville
Lyceumn Council; Peabody Club; Kap-
Ipa Phi Kappa; Student Christian Agricultural Club.
Council; Y. M. C. A.



JEAN E. BUSH
NEWTON HIUSON BULLARD B.S.C.E.

11.n.ge.eri. Engineering
Enginieering Daytona Beach
Ft. Pierce rK,
ATA Business Manager of Alligator; Clerk
A. I. Ch. IE.; Blenton Engineering So- of Honor Court Summer Session '34;
elety; 13acchus; Gamma Sigma Epsi- Senior Military; A. S. C. E.; Benton
lon; Phi Ita Signma. Lngineering Society; Blue Key.



AinlTHU STANLIEY BUSSEY "WTALTER H. BYERS
1i.S..EC. B.S.
Engineering Arts and Sciences
West Palm Beach Gainesville
Cross Country, '34; Senior Military;
A. S. C. Ei.; Benton Engineering So-
ciety; Phi Eta Sigma; Sigma Tau. Phi Eta Sigma.




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GEORGE WILLARD CAMPBELL
DONALD W. CAMERON B.S..E.
B.S.C.E. Engineering
Engineering Miami
Mount Dora ATA
A. S. C. E.; Benton EnEngineerining So-
ciety, ciety; Sabres; Freshman Tennis.




CALVERT WARREN CANNON LINDEN K. CANNON, JR.
B.S.I.E. B.S.B.A.
Engineering > Business Administration
Gainesville Tallahassee
4Ae 0AE
Senior Military. Senior Military; Propellor Club.




ROBE BARRETT CARSON STIANIORE CAW'THON
B.S. B.A.J.
Arts and Sciences Arts and Sciences
Miami Beach Tallahassee
Band; Kappa Kappa Psi; Los Picaros; President Freshman Class '33; Senm-
University Orchestra. inole; Sigma Delta Chl.




WILLIAM S. CHAMBERS
B.A.J. CHARLES S. CHAPMAN
Arts and Sciences B.S.B.A.
Jacksonville Jacksonville
Board of Student Publications; Man- OX
ager of Track '36; Alligator; Florida
Review; Senior Military; Cavaliers;
Kappa Phi Kappa; Alpha Phi Omega.



WILLIAM VVAIRD CI-IASE, JR.
THOMAS EUGENE CHAPPELL A.B.
B.A.E. Arts and Sciences
Education Lakeland
Jacksonville IKA
OKN Football, '33, '34, Captain '35; Swim-
Florida Review; Los Picaros. ming '33, '34, '35; Advanced Military;
lacchlius; Pirates; Sabres; F Club.



A. S. CHIIPLEY
SAMUEL JACK CHILK B.S.M.E.
B.S.B.A. Engineering
Law-Business Administration Ft. Myers
Sarasota 2nd Lieut., R. O. T1. C.; A. S. M. E.;
Benton Engineering Society; Sigma
Tau.




MAX S. CLELAND
AnT-uRn C. COBBnn
B.S.CII.E.
B.S.B.A.
Engineering B....
ELeesbuig Business Administration
LeesburgO
DE Oeala
Freshman Track; A. I. Ch. E.; Ben- MAE
ton Engineering Society. Bacchus; L'Apache; Propellor Club.




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JOHN PONDI)IOES COCHRANE, JR. ALDUS MORRILL CODY
B.S.B.A. B.A.J.
Business Administration Arts and Sciences
West Palm Beach. Babson Park
KI XI
Alpha Kappa Psi, President '34; Alligator; Florida Review; Fourth
Bacchus; Commerce Club; White Estate Club; Sigma Delta Chi; Pres-
Friars. byterian Student Session.


CHARLES H. COLLIER, JR.
B.S.CI.E.

.Education Engineering
Education Everglades
Jacksonville
IIA
PBRA A. I. Ch. E.; Benton Engineering So-
Fresbhmtan Baseball '32; Varsity Base- ciety; Gamma Sigma Epsilon; Leigh
ball '315, '36; F Club. Chemical Society; Phi Eta Sigma;
Sigma Tau; Kappa Phi Kappa.



DALE SWIFT CONE
C(EORGE ALONZO COLLINS
1.s.lE. Arts and Sciences
Education White Springs
Perry ex
Peabody Club. Swimming '34, '35; Alpha Epsilon Del-
ta; Bacchus; F Club.



RIomnERT BELLINGER CONLON W. RAYFORD CONWAY
B.S.E.E B.S.B.A.
Engineering Business Administration
Hollywood Palatka
AX IIK@
A. 1. E. E,.; Band; Kappa Kappa Psi; Executive Council '35; Commerce
University Orchestra; Track; Boxing; Club; Delta Sigma Pi; Propellor
Captain, R. O. T. C.Club


J. ABNEY COX
(GEiRAID GEORGE COONEY B.S.B.A.
B.M.A. Business Administration
Architecture and Allied Arts Miami
Winter ltaven IIK4
X41 Manager of Varsity Football '35;
Bacchus; Propellor Club; White Fri-
Fine Arts Society; Sabres. ars; F Club; Interfraternity Confer-
ence.



IRALI'H H. Cox SAM GILLMAN COX
B.S.A. 4B.S.B.A.
Agriculture Business Administration
Ruaiford Milton
Captain, R. O. T. C. IIKP
Delta Sigma Pi.




CHARLES WHEATLEY CURRY
WILLIAM GENT'RY CRAWFORD B.S.B.A.
B.S.AE. Business Administration
Architecture and Allied Arts Tampa
Lake Alfred 4A0
Fine Arts Society; Gargoyle. Band; Glee Club; Y. M. C. A.





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HERMAN G. DAVIS
ERNEST P. DAVIS, JR. B.S.E.
B.S.B.A.
.S... Education
Business AdministrationPerry
Fernandina 4KT
KA 2nd Lieut., R. O. T. C.; Debate Club;
Peabody Club.



RALPH WALDO DAVIS
W'ILLIAM CLYDE DAVIS
B.S.B.A.
Arts and Sciences
Arts and Sciences Business Administration
Dade City Orlando
Farr Literary Society; Gator Pep Alpha Kappa Psi, President '35.
Club; University Radio Guild.




GASTON LOUIS DICKENS
FRANK S. DEMING B.S.C1.E.
B.S. Engineering
Arts and Sciences Wowahitchka
Gloversville, New York Ist Lieut., R. O. T. C.; A. 1. Ch. E.;
gX Benton Engineering Society; Caval-
iers; Young Democrats Club.




EDwARD JAMES DOOSKIN
EVA J. DIXON B.S.
B.A.E. Arts and Sciences
Education Gainesville
Evinston Band; Leigh Chemical Society; Sigma
Delta; Cosmopolitan Club; Gamma
Sigma Epsilon; Phi Kappa Phi.




JOSEPH VANCE DUNCAN JAMES WYMAN EATON
B.S.AE. B.S.A.
Architecture Architecture and Allied Arts
Summerfield Miami
Business Manager Seminole '36; Ex- rA
ecutive Council '35; 2nd Lieut., R. O.
T. C.; Blue Key; Cavaliers; Fine Arts Florida Review; Gargoyle.
Society; Gargoyle.



JAMES ERNEST EDWARDS
B.S. BOIIERT LISTER ENGLAND
Arts and Sciences .A..
Miami Arts and Sciences
BOIl West Palm Beach
Florida Players; Order of Palms; Phi
Delta Epsilon; Sabres.



WILLIAM EDWARD EVERITT
JOHN DIXON EVANS A.B.
B.S. Arts and Sciences
Arts and Sciences Jacksonville
Jgcksonville OX
Bacchus; Los Picaros; Interfrater-
nity Conference.





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ARN'OL)D CLIFiORD EwERT WOODFIN CHARLES EZZARD
B.S.E.E.
B.A.E., L.I.
Engineering Education
Daytona Beach WinEducation
Honor Court '35; Chairman A.I.E.E.;
Benton Engineering Society; Sigma Xb
Tau.



DAVE M. FEE
B.S.B.A.
PHILLIP SMI'TH FEAGLE Business Administration
B.s.A. Fort Pierce
Agriculture ZDE
Lake City President Junior Interfraternity Con-
Alpha Zeta; Agricultural Club; Tor- ference; President Interfraternity
eador Club; Y. M. C. A. Conference '34; 2nd Lieut., R. O. T.
C.; Blue Key; Bacchus; Propellor
Club; President White Friars '35.



ARTHUR J. FISCHER
SANTO G. FIOmvrO B.s.
I.S.BI.A. Arts and Sciences
Business A dnzinislration Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Tl'mpa ZX
EI Alpha Epsilon Delta; Bacchus.



JOEL FLEET
U.S.
Arts and Sciences GEORGE HENRY FLETCHER
Live Oak B.S.PI1Y.
TE4, Arts and Sciences
Seminole; Alpha Epsilon Delta; Farr Bartow
Literary Society; (1amma Sigma Ep-
silon; Gator Pep Club; Leigh Chem-
ical Society; Phi Eta Sigma; Uiniver-
sity Orchestra.



MAuRICE FIETci-tR MANUEL FRISCO FOJACO
IB.A.E.
B.S.
EducalionB.
Education Arts and Sciences
Okeccheol ace
Florida Review; Advanced Military; Tampa
Kappa Pill Kappa. Mortar & Pestle; Rho Chi.



WILLIAM IIHENRY FORSYTHI FRANK MURRAY FOSTER

B.A.J.
Engineering Cit Arts and Sciences
Florida City Miami
Miami
ATA
Plreshman Basketball '33; Varsity K
Iaskiethall '35; A. I. E. E.; Benton Managing Editor Alligator, '36; As-
Engineering Society; Sigmna Tau; F sociate Editor Seminole, '35, '36;
C(lub. White Friars; Floridians.




.A.E. sWINSTON CURETON FOWLER
ll.A.E.
B.S.
Educalion .
dMiami Arts and Sciences
Intramural Board. Tampa






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BYRD C. FRYER, JR. MERRILL CHARLES FUTCH
B.S.B.A. B.S.A.
Business Administration Agriculture
Gainesville Starke
24E Lieut., R. O. T. C.; Alpha Zeta; Agri-
Beta Gamma Sigma; Manager Varsity cultural Club; Toreador Club; Phi
Basketball '36. Sigma.




FRANK J. GAGO RICHARD 0. GALE
B.S.E.E.
B.S.
Engineering Arts and Sciences
Havana, Cuba Tampa
A. I. E. E.; Benton Engineering So-
ciety; F. E. S. Lient., R. O. 'T. C.



ROBERT F. GARI)NER
CHARLES J. GANTT B.S.C1.I,.
B.S.E. Engineering
Education Quincy
Sanford Secretary-Treasurer Junior Class '34;
Vice-President Senior Class '35; A. I.
Astronomy Club; Florida Players; Ch. E.; Benton Engineering Society;
Kappa Delta Pi. Cavaliers; Gamma Sigma Epsilon;
Leigh Chemical Society; Phi Eta
Signma; Sigma Tau; Phi Kappa Phi.



THOMAS NICHOLAS GAUTIER ALLEN B. GIul.EO
B.S. B.S.
Arts and Sciences Arts and Sciences
Miami Green Cove Springs
Glee Club; Phi Eta Sigma; Mlajor, Ii. O. T. C.
Phi Kappa Phi.





ROBERT MARION GEIGER HAROLD WILSON GILLIS
B.S.E.
B.S.
Education Arts and Sciences
Lake ButlerDeFuiak Sprigs
Peabody Club.





BEN L. GITTINGS WILLIAM ASA GLASS
B.S.A. s3,I.S.
Agriculture Engineering
Brooksville M1iami
Executive Council '35; Florida Col- KI
lege Farmer; Alpha Zeta; Agricul-
tural Club; Toreador Club. Seminole; Senior Military; White
Friars.



SAM PAUL GOETHE
B.S.Im.E. GOIRDON S. GRAHAM
Engineering B.S.B.A.
Jacksonville Business Administration
Ben1 St. Petersburg
A. S. M. E.; Benton Engineering So- 'PAO
ciety; F. F. F. Club; Serpents; Inter-
fraternity Conference. Propellor Club




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PHIL L. GRAHAM VICTOR CHARLES GRANDOFF
A.B. B.A.E.
Arts and Sciences Education
Miami Jacksonville
XAE Kappa Delta Pi; Los Picaros; Pea-
Debate Club; Pirates; Intramural body Club; Le Cercle Francais; Kap-
Board. pa Phi Kappa.



JOHN A. GRANGER MAY BURRILL GRAvEs
B.S.A.
Ag/riculture B.A.J.
Agricullure Arts and Sciences
Monticello Gainesville
ZXE XO
Manager Freshman Baseball '33; Fourth Estate Club
Lieut., R. O. T. C.; Alpha Zeta; Thry-
SU,.

MAC G. GRIGSBY
A.B.
CALVIN C. Gr.EENE Arts and Sciences
B.S.M.E. Orlando
Engineering AZ4
Jacksonville Editor F Book '34; Member Board of
A. S. M. E.; Benton Engineering So- Student Publications '35; Secretary-
clety; Sigma Tlau. Treasurer of Sophomore Class '33;
Alligator; Florida Review; Seminole;
Sigma Delta Chi; Interfraternity
Conference; Blue Key.



CuRTIs ANDI)EW HAGGARD THOMAS EVANS HAILE
B.S. B.S.
Arls and Sciences Arts and Sciences
Miami Gainesville
IIKA XAE




CLEM GARRISON HAILEY HERBERT HA T
HERBERT HAIMOWITZ
B.S.B.A.
Business Administration Business Administration
Business Administration
Sarasota
Jacksonville
lIK' Leigh Chemical Society; Propellor
2nd Lieut., R. O. T. C.; Propellor Club; Kappa Phi Kappa.
Club.





HORACE H. HAMLIN LE MOYNE HALL
B.S.A E. B.S.B.A.
Architecture Business Administration
Clearwater Tampa





,JAMES D. HARMON L. W. HARRELL
U.S.B.A. B.S.PHY.
Business Administration Arts and Sciences
Bartow Leesburg
SX, IIK'
Senior Mlilitary; Propellor Club. Senior Military; Bacchus; L'Apache;
Mortar & Pestle; Rho Chi.




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WILLIS W. HARRIS
B.S.
JOHN ALAN HART
Arts and Sciences
Bee Ridge h.S
Executive Council '35; Freshman Arts and Sciences
Baseball '33; Senior Military; Alpha Miami
Epsilon Delta; Cavaliers; R. O. T. C.
Rifle Team; Alpha Phi Omega.




THOMAS JEFFERSON HAYDON PAUL EDWARD HELLIWELL
A.B. A.B.
Arts and Sciences Arts and Sciences
Clearwater Tampa
HKA Xb
Advanced Military; Order of Palms.


BYRON EDWARDS HERLONG
B.S.A.
Agriculture ALRElRT JAMES HICKLAND
Leesburg B.A.E.
HK Education
Manager Varsity Basketball; Fresh-
man Football, Basketball; Blue Key; Miami Beach
Bacchus; Sabres; Thrysus; White
Friars; Pres. of F Club, '34; Theta X'
Ribbon Society; Captain, R. O. T. C.; Football '33, '34, '35; Freshman Foot-
Interfraternity Conference '32, '33, ball, Basketball, Baseball, F Club.
'34, '35; Chairman Cap and Gown
Committee; Military Ball Committee;
President Athletic Council.
ROBEIRT ERWIN HOAG
HENRY LouIS HILL B.A.J.
A.B. Arts and Sciences
Arts and Sciences Jacksonville
Tallahassee 'AO
Editor of Alligator '35; Seminole;
2:X Freshman Tennis; Captain, R. O. T.
Captain, R. O. T. C.; Pirates; Sabres. C.; Bue Key; Sabres; Sigma Delta
Chi; Phi Eta Sigma.


(EORGE N. HOWE
CLEVELAND R. HORNE, JR. B.S.I.E.
B.S.C.E. Engineering
Engineering Richmond, Virginia
Gainesville JIKM
Senior Military; A. S. C. E; B. E. S.; Fresan Track; Varsity Track '34,
Senior Military; A. S. C. E.; B. E. S.; '35, '36; Senior Military; Benton En-
Sigma Tau. gineering Society; Band; I. E. S.; In-
tramural Board; F Club.




GROVER C. HOWELL
B.A.AMES BERNARD HUNT
B.S.A.
B.A.E.
Agriculture
Gainesville Dade City
Secty.-Treas. Senior Class; Florida
College Farmer; Ag Club; Toreador Kappa Phi Kappa.
Club; Y. M. C. A.



TTHUXTON LAWHRNCE JACKSON
PEARSON H. HUSSEY B.S.
B.A.H.PL. Arts and Sciences
Education Miami
West Palm Beach IIKA
Freshman Track. Tennis; Freshman Tennis '32; Band;
University Orchestra.




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ROBE1RT J. JAHN
B.S. MALCOLM B. JOHNSON
Arts and Sciences A.B.
Winter Haven Arts and Sciences
Seminole '33, '34, '35; Senior Military Jacksonville
Alpha Epsilon Delta; Glee Club;
Leigh Chemical Society. PKT





CliciI, HERBERT JOHNSTON JESSE DALLAS JONES
} ~B.S.H.PL.
B.A.E.
Education Education
Kissimmee Fort Myers
Athletic Council '35; Football '33, '34,
Kappa Delta Pi. '35; Track; Freshman Football; Sem-
inole; F Club; Intramural Editor.




R. SIIERWOOI JONES
B.S.B.A. WILBUR R. JONES
Business Adminislralion B.S.PHY.
Jacksonville Arts and Sciences
ADD Stuart
Boxing; Band; Glee Club; Propellor Executive Council '35; Glee Club;
Club; Radio Guild; Little Theater. Mortar & Pestle; Rho Chi.





WILLIAM El)WARD KAl)D.In, ,I1. FORREST M. KELLEY, JR.
I.A.E. B.S.AE.
Education Architecture
Fort Myers Gainesville
Kappa Phi Kappa. 2nd Lieut., R. O. T. C.; Fine Arts
Society; Gargoyle; Camera Club.




WILSON HARPER KENDRICK
B.S.A.
lRlo'rH ])EPAss I ELLEY;;z
PA KELLEY Agriculture

Architecture and Allied Arts Noma
Gainesville
Florida College Farmer; Advanced
Military; Agricultural Club; Toreador
Club.


IIAIIOLI) D. KINSEY
I.S.B3.A.
Business Administration ALLISON CLAY KISTLER
B.S.B.A.
Fort Pierce
Business Administration
1IE St. Petersburg
Vice-President of Athletic Council '34;
Baseball '33, '34; Basketball; Fresh- Commerce Club.
man IBasketball, lFootball, Baseball;
Blue Key; White Friars.




LE,SLIE, J. KLor'Z, .In. JAMES E. KNIGHT
B.SE.E.1. B.S.M.E.
Engineering Engineering
Jacksounville Lake Butler
1st Lieut., IR. 0. T. C.; A. I. E. E.; A.S.M.E.; Benton Engineering So-
BIenton Elngineering Society; Glee S. M. E.; Benton Engineering So-
Club; Secretary of Sigma Tau. ciety; Sigma Tau.




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VICTOR THOMAS KONOPKA ROBERT S. KRAMER
A.B. B.S.C.E.
Arts and Sciences Engineering
Paterson, New Jersey Leesburg
Glee Club; Los Picaros; Phi Eta A 4
Sigma; Phi Kappa Phi; Freshman Advanced Military; A. S. C. E.; Ben-
ton Engineering Society.



ISAAC B. KIRENTZMAN, JR.
GERHARDT P. KREHER B.S.B.A.
A.B. Business Administration
Arts and Sciences Milton
Tampa President Freshman Law Class '36;
Commerce Club; Debate Club; John
Lieut., R. O. T. C.; Debate Club; Marshall Society; Cheer Leader '34,
Young Democratic Club. '36; Intramural Board; Lieut. R. O. '1T.
C.; Young Democratic Club: Sopho-
more Class Executive Council.


PATTERSON BIDDLE LAND
B.A.E. AARTHuR LASTRA
Education B.s.PIY.
Miami Arts and Sciences
Freshman Wrestling '32; Varsity Tampa
Wrestling '33; 1st Lieut., R. O. T. C.; American Pharmacy Association;
Kappa Delta Pi; Peabody Club; Phi Leigh Chemical Society; Mortar &
Eta Sigma; Kappa Phi Kappa; Phi Pestle; Y. M. C. A.; Florida Pharmacy
Kappa Phi. Association.




ROLAND OTIS LATHAM DAVID A. LuIETE
A.B. B.S.AE.
Arts and Sciences Architecture
Gainesville Daytona Beach
University Orchestra. Fine Arts Society; Gargoyle; Alpha
Phi Omega.




BENJAMIN CHEEVER LEWIS JOHN GRADY LEWIS
B.S.B.A. B.S.A.
Business Administration Agriculture
Tallahassee Wewahitchka
AT2 2nd Lieut., R. 0. T. C.; Agricultural
Advanced Military; Delta Sigma Pi; Club; Leigh Chemical Society; Tor-
Phi Eta Sigma; Pirates. eador Club.




THEODORE HARRISON LINDSEY
B.S.B.A. ISRAEL INIETSKY
Business Administration B.s.
Geneva Arts and Sciences
PKT Miami
Freshman Boxing; Propellor Club.




BUITON LAMAR LOCKLIN
EDWARD VAN LAER LIPSCOMB B.A.E.
B.S. Education
Arts and Sciences Milton
Pensacola Honor Court '35; Senior Officer R. O.
T. C.; Peabody Club; Kappa Phi
Kappa; Santa Rosa Club.




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JOHN RUFUS LORD, JR.
HIHlIS C. LONG A.B.
B.A.E. Arts and Sciences
Education Orlando
High Springs 2nd Lieut., R. O. T. C.




JACK R. LOVE
HUGHI DONALD LOUCKS B.S.B.A.
lt.S.IIL. Business Administration
Education Delray Beach
Tampa ZD E
'r, '35,an ''e; 2nid Lieut., VarsitO. Ten.is Basketball '35; Freshman Basketball,
Peabody Club. Track; Bacchus.




IlOBERT JOSEPH LUCAS LEON RODNEY LUCKENBACH
B.A.:E. A.B.
Education Arts and Sciences
Miamin St. Petersburg
Kappa Delta li; Peabody Club.



IIosEA W. LUNDY
B.S.A. HERBERT LESLIE McANLY
Agricullure B.S.HPL.
Milton Education
A 1'P Arcadia
President B. S. 1T.; President Inter- AX
Ifraternity Conlerence '35; Florida Football '32, '33, '35; Freshman Foot-
College Fialrmer; Alpha Zeta; Agricul- Ball '31.
tural Club; I'li Sigmna; Student Re-
ligious Council.


BilAN K. McCAnRT
IAN McCj GEORGE CHANDLER MCCAUGHAN
I.S.1.A.
A.B.
Business Administration A.B.
Fort Pierce Arts and Sciences
Miami
ZFbE Honor Court; Business Manager
FIreshnain Football, Track: Major. Florida Review; Senior Military;
it. (). T. C., Balcchus; President '36, Florida Players; Order of Palms.
Glee C'lul; Propeller Club: Sabres;
Signta IDelta Psi; White Friars.



CARLL BURR MAcDOWELL
FRANK I)AvIS McDAVIT'l' A.B.
\.B. Arts and Sciences
Aris a(nd Sciences Melbourne
'inellas ]Park 4KT
2nd Lieut., R. O. T. C.




MAXWELL BERTELLE McKEOWN
B.A.E.
Education
Ed n uion River Junction
New SnrtAXA
Flotrida Players: Kappa Pihi Kappa. AXA
Manager Freshman Baseball.




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AMos EDSON McLEAN
B.S.B.A. a E. W. McMULLEN, JR.
Business Administration A.B.
Tampa Arts and Sciences
KA Clearwater
Alligator '31; 2nd Lieut., R. O. T. C.; Seminole 34; Band; Farr Literary So-
Band; Bacchus; Commerce Club; city.
L'Apache




THOMAS HENRY MCRORIE
ISAAC HAMPTON McNEILL, JR. B.S.A.
B.S.B.S.B.A.
B.S.B.A. Agriculture
Business Administration Jacksonville
Gainesville APP
Senior Military; Propellor Club. Thrysus; Interfraternity Conference.





CARLETON F. MANN
HENRY WILBUR MAHRT B.S.C.M.
B.S.PHY. Engineering
Arts and Sciences Eustis
Orlando A. S. C. E.; Benton Engineering
Mortar & Pestle. Society.




BERNARD MARKS EwIN ALEXANDI)ER MARTIN
B.S.A. B.S.AE.
Agriculture Architecture
Jacksonville Gainesville
DBA Honor Court '35; Fine Arts Society;
Agricultural Club; Phi Eta Sigma. Gargoyle.



CHARLES WOODBURN MATHENY ALEXANDER MAULTSBY
B.S.CH.E. B.A.E.
Engineering Education
Sarasota Gainesville
AT2 ZE
Executive Council '35; Freshman Manager Freshman Basketball; Lieut.
Football '31; Varsity Football '35; R. O. T. C.; Intramural Board; Man-
Major, R. O. T. C.; A. S. C. E.; Cay- ager Intramural Golf '36:
aliers; Sabres; Sigma Tau.



LEWIS SAMUEL MAXWELL LYMAN MCCULLoUGH MEARES
B.S.A. A.B.
Agriculture Arts and Sciences
Eustis Tampa
Freshman Tennis; Alpha Zeta; Phi
Sigma.



FRED ARCHIE MEATYARD
B.S.B.A.
Business Administration and Law u)ouE' CHALMERS MEEK
Washington, D. C. A.E.
BO11 Education
Vice-President Freshman Law Class; St. Petersburg
Swimming '34, '35, Captain '36; Col-
onels; Delta Sigma Pi; F Club; In-
tramural Board.



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WILLIAM GEORGE MEIER JOHN ELLIS MICKLER
B.S.PHIIY. B.S.I.E.
Arts and Sciences Engineering
Miami Tampa
Mortar and Pestle; Rho Chi. 1st Lieut., R. O. T. C.



WALTER J.. MIDDLEKAUFF
B.S.IIPL.
Education RALPH KING MILEY
Jacksonville B.s.PIIY.
ex Arts and Sciences
Secretary-Treasurer Athletic Council Tampa
'35; Football '33, '34, '35; Track '33; President Mortar & Pestle '34.
Freshman Football, Track; Ist Lieut.,
R. 0. T. C.; Blue Key; Bacchus;
Sabres; White Friars.


ItUBERTi E. MILTON
B.S.B.A. WILLIAM TAFT MINSHEW
Business Administration B.A.E.
Frostproof Education
zX Lake Butler
Senior Military; Alpha Kappa Psi; Peabody Club; Y. M. C. A.
Commerce Cluh; Executive Council
'35; Pirates; Interfraternity Confer-
en ce.


.JACK EMEIRSON MITCHELL
lI.S.M.E. JOHN ARNOLD MITCHELL
Engineering B.S.PHY.
South Miami Arts and Sciences
AXA Mulberry
A. S. M. E.; Sigma Tau; Interfra- Mortar & Pestle.
ternity Conference.




JACK MOORE
W\ILLIAM FRANK MONTGOMERY JACK MOORE
B.S.PIIY.
sn.PY. AArts and Sciences
Arts and Sciences Lake City
Gainesville Lake City
Mortar & Pestle.
Mortar & Pestle.




HERBERT JOHN MORRISON
FRANCIS B. MORGAN B.S.C.E.
B.S. Engineering
Arts and Sciences Miami
Miami IAZ
'I'AO A. S. C. E.; Benton Engineering
Fresh man Track. Society.



GORDON H. MOYER, JR.
.1. llENhY\ M Moss B.S.B.A.
B.s.u.A. Business Administration
Business Administration Miami
Gruenacre's Cit% Vice-President Student Body; Sem-
inole; Blue Key; Commerce Club; I.
Alligator; Commerce Club; Gator Pep R. C.; Manager Swimming Team; Sec-
Club; 1. R. C.; Propellor Club. retary Florida State Student Govern-
ment Association.




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JOHN M. MeRUZ ROBERT D. MURRAY
B.S.C.E.
B.A.E.
Engineering Education
DeLand Ponce do Leon
Major, R. O. T. C.; A. S. C. E.; Ben-
ton Engineering Society; Sabres; Peabody Club; B. S. U.; Kappa
Sigma Tau; Newman Club. Delta Pi.



VICuTOR FImEETWOOD NETTLES
FRANK KAHAL MYRES B.S.A.
B.s. Agriculture
Arts and Sciences Palmetto
Gainesville ATO
Lyceum Council '35; Glee Club Bus. Honor Court '35; Alpha Zeta; Agri-
Mgr. '35, '36. cultural Club; Cavaliers; Sabres; Sen-
ior Military; Thrysus.




CARL A. NICHOLSON GEORGEi CRlIwil NUZUM
B.S. B.S.
Arts and Sciences Arts and Sciences
Jacksonville St. Augustine
OK(T Seminole; Alligator; Florida Review;
Cavaliers; Y. M. C. A.





ROBERT TRAVIS OSBORNE
OTHOMAS CARILTONT O'STEEN
B.A.E.
A.R.
Education
Education Arts and Sciences
West Palm Beach s and Sciences
Peabody Club. Al





CHARLES L. PALMER H. H. PAnRISH
B.S.P1HY. B.S.B.A.
Arts and Sciences Business Administration
Lawrenceville, Virginia Gainesville
IIKM 'IA0
Mortar & Pestle. B1acchus; White Friars.



CHARLES 1. PATTIERSON
JOHN F. PARTRIDGE B.S.C.E.
B.s.B.A. Engineering
Business Administration DeFunink Sp)rings
Crescent City Captain, R. O. r. C.; A. S. C. l1.;
Crescent City Benton Engineering Society; Band;
Cavaliers; Glee Club; I. R. C. Phi Eta Sigma; 'Phi Kappa Phi;
Sabres; Sigma Tau; Engineering
Council.



JACK PERLOFF
B.S.CIH.E. .JACK WILLIAM liETYAN
Engineering .s.
Jacksonville Arts and Sciences
AXA Dania
A. I. Ch. E.; Band.




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FRANK HENRY PEYRAUD
B.S. JAMES E. PHILLIPS
15 B.S.B.A.
Arts and Sciences B.S.B.A.
Melbourne Business Administration
13011 St. Petersburg
Alpha Epsilon Delta.





CHARIAES 1R. PICKER L. ALBERT PIERCE
B.S.CIL.E. B.S.CH.E.
Engineering Engineering
Clearwater Sebring
A. I. Ch. E.; Benton Engineering XD
Society. Band; University Orchestra




JOHN COOPERB PINKERTON THOMAS G. PRICE, JR.
B.S.B.A.
A.H.
A Business Administration
Arts and Sciences Ft. Myers
owey. Myers
OX
AT112 Manager Varsity Track '34; Seminole;
Boxing '34; Alligator; Lieut., R. O. Lieut., R. O. T. C.; Bacchus; Com-
T. C.; Inacchus; Sabres. merce Club; Propellor Club; Inter-
fraternity Conference; Alpha Kappa
Psi.


1). S. PROVENZANO
S. OVENANO WALLACE J. PURCELL
BS.
B.S.PHY.
Arts and Sciences Arts and Sciences
Tampa Cocoa
Rho Chi.
Lclgh Clienmical Society; Los PcI:aros.




HOWARD STEELE REEDER
EWA I-. RiAUH B.S.B.A.
B.S.
A S. Business Administration
Artls and Sciences Miami
Miami
ZAE
Mortar & Pestle; Rho Chi. Propelor Club.
Propellor Club.



CLARENCE BERNARD REINSCHMIDT
B.S.CI.E.
VILLIAM FIl.EI)I.RICil HRIEHBAUMN Engineering
Engineering
11.A.J.
Arls and Sciences Pensacola
President of Senior Class '36; Lieut.,
Clarwater R. O. T. C.; A. I. Ch. E.; Blue Key;
IIKA President Benton Engineering So-
ciety; Band Manager; Cavaliers;
Freshnmn Track: Alligator '31, '32 President of Kappa Kappa Psi '35;
Fourtll Estate Clu(b. Vice-President of Sigma Tau.


ROBERT EDWARD RICKETT
WILIAM I,. RICHARDS B.S.B.A.
n.s.l.A. Business Administration
Business Administration Jacksonville
Winter Park A
Executive Council '35; Freshman
'I' K Football, Basketball; Football '33, '34,
White Friars. '35; Basketball '34, '35, '36; White Fri-
ars; F Club; President Freshman
Class.


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HAROLD CLARK RIKER
A.B. JAMES JACKSON RIMES
Arts and Sciences B.S.
St. Petersburg Arts and Sciences
BOII St. Petersburg
Alligator; Florida Players; Glee Alligator '34.
Club; Order of Palms.




ROBERT ROBBINS
B.S. CHARLES H. ROBINSON
Arts and Sciences B.s.rPL.
Gainesville Education
TE4 Gainesville




WILLIAM S. RODGERS
MARION COLUMBUS ROCHE B.S.B.A.
B.s.A. Business Administration and
Agriculture Law
Vernon Tampa
Alpha Zeta; Agricultural Club. Commerce Club; John Marshall
Society; Y. M. C. A.



VERNON WALTER ROLLERT
THOMAS A. ROGERS
B.S.B.A.
Arts and Sciences Business Administration
Arts and Sciences
Hastings Miami
Mortar & Pestle.
Glee Club.




DAVID ROTHSTEIN JOHN SIMPSON ROZIER
B.S.B.A. n.s.
Business Administration Arts and Sciences
Jacksonville Milton
IBA Glee Club.




JOE SAFER JOE PHILLI SAiER
B.S.B.A. B.S.B.A.
Business Administration Business Administration
Jacksonville Jacksonville
4,1BA 4DBA
Senior Military. Intramural Secretary; )iamond Ball
Manager.





HERMAN SALTZMAN GAYLORD STANLEY SAYLES
A.B. B.S.
Arts and Sciences and Law Arts and Sciences
Jacksonville West Palm Beach





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PAYTON E. SciurIEI'I' MORRIS SCHNEIDER
B.S.B.A. B.S.PIIY.
Business Administration Arts and Sciences
Miami Plant City
IN BA
Cross Country '34; Track '34; Fresh- American Pharmacy Association;
man Track; Lieut., R. O. T. C.; Pi- Leigh Chemical Society; Mortar &
rates; Sabres; F Club. Pestle.


U sT LA.S T JOHN MARCUS SCOTT, JR.
B.S.E.E.
Business Administration B.S.E.E.
Sarasota Engineering
ATQ2 Gainesville
Executive Council '34; Secretary- KI
Treasurer Student Body; Football Freshman Track; Lieut., R. O. T. C.;
'34, '35; Track '34, '35, '36; Colonel, R. A. I. E. E.; Benton Engineering So-
0. T. C.; Blue Key; Commerce Club; ciety; Band; Sabres; White Friars;
Cavallers; Propellor Club; Sabres; F Interfraternity Conference.
Club.


PHILIP NATHAN SELBER
.JOHNNY W. SlEAY A.B.
B.s.nit,. Arts and Sciences
Education Jacksonville
Ocala TEb
flK' Alligator; Seminole; Debate Club;
Blaseball '35; Freshman Baseball. Farr Literary Society; Florida Play-
ers; John Marshall Society; Phi Eta
Sigma; Intramural Board.



JOIl N F'IIANILIN SEMMENS JOHN DIMON SETZER
A.B. 7 B.S.A.
Arts and Sciences Agriculture
St. Petcrshurg Tampa
ZN Alpha Zeta; Agricultural Club; Cav-
Advanced Military; L'Apaclie aliers; I. R. C.; Phi Sigma; Sigma
Delta Psi; Forestry Club.




WVILLIAM ALLAN Si:'T1ZE
B.S.A. ERNEST G. SHAHEEN
Agriculture A.B.
Tampa Arts and Sciences
UH 1K4 Miami
Thrysus.





JAMES S\VE' SIHAW LORAN L. SHEELEY
B.S.B.A. B.A.E.
Business Administration Education
Quiln"I' Palmetto
Cavaliers.
Kappa Phi Kappa.





AwRTuw (ILADSTONE SHOUSE, .111.
I WILLIAM HENRY SIVIMONS
B.A.E.
dw tB.S.A.E.
EucatioEducation
High Springs Education
Archer
Football '33, '34; Boxing '32; Fresh-
man Baseball '32. 2nd Lieut., R. O. T. C.; Alpha Zeta;
Agricultural Club.




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GEORGE ARMISTEAD SMATHERS
BRUCE W. SKINNER A.B.
B.S.M.E. 4Arts and Sciences
Miami
Engineering
ZEA
Dunedin Executive Council '34; Basketball
ATU '34, '35, Captain '36; Freshman Foot-
Bacchus; Pirates; Sigma au.bal Basketball, Trck, Blue Key:
Debate Club; Florida Players; Pi-
rates; F Club.




JAMES P. SMITH JOHN BRucE SMIT, JR.
B.S.AE.
Business Administration Architecture and Allied Arts
Micanopy St. Petersburg
Fine Arts Society; Gargoyle.





OCTAVIUS CHARLES SMITrH WILLIAM GOD1FREY SMITH
B.S.B.A.
B.S.CII.E.
B.S.CH.E. Business Administration
Engineering Tallahassee
Tampa KA
A. I. Ch. E.; Benton Engineering Ilonor Court '35; Advanced Military;
Society. Pirates; Interfraternity Conference.





RROBERT DICKERSON SPECHT
ROBERT RAY SORBER
B.S.B.A.
Business Administration Arts and Sciences
Winter Pariami
Winter Park I-Ionor Court; PIi IEta Sigma.






JOHN A. SPRUILL, JR. WILLIAM H. STAFFORD
A.B.
B.S.B.A.
Arts and Sciences Business Administration
Gainesville 'Tampa
HKA





ERNEST STEVENS ALBAN STEWr\AnRT
B.S.B.A. B.S.
Business Administration Arts and Sciences
Gainesville Tallahassec
ITKA ZAE
Pirates. Seminole '32, '33; I lacchus; PIhi Sig-
iln ; Forestry Cluab.




FORREST R. STREBR FREI J. SUTTERILIN
B.S.PII Y.
Arts and Sciences M iaineering.
Miami Sprinlgs
Palatka
Leigh Chemical Society; Mortar & eni
Pestle. Senior Military; L'Apache; Rifle
Team.




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S ENIOR A C A D E M I C





RICHARD D. SUTTON JOHN MARVIN SWEENEY
B.S.B.A. A.B.
Business Administration Arts and Sciences
Jacksonville Jacksonville
AXA Seminole '34, '35.





ROBERT JULIAN SWEITZER
WILLIAM SWEETING B.S.C.E.
B.S.C.E.
UB.S.B.A. Engineering
Business Administration Miami
Miami Beach A. S. C. E.; Benton Engineering
Society.





HAROLD S. TANNEN THOMAS L. TATHAM
.S.B.A. B.S.M.E.

Business Administration Engineering
Miami Miami
IBAKT
1st Lieut., R. O. T. C.; A. S. M. E.




.JOHN CHAMPNEYS TAYLOR
B.S. WILLIAM R. TERRY
Arts and Sciences A.B.
Jacksonville Arts and Sciences
XAE Coral Gables
Bacchus; L'Apache; Junior Interfra- Blue Key; Debate Club; Florida
ternity Conference.




LAVERNE THOMAS, JR. ROBERT A. THOMAS
B.S.B.A. B.S.E.E.
Business Administration Engineering
St. Petersburg Miami Beach
AdO A. I. E. E.; Benton Engineering
Freshman Track; Propellor Club. Society.




GEORGE ARTIHuR THOMPSON HENRY S. TOLAND
BI.S.1IPL. A.B.
Education Arts and Sciences
Plant City Tampa

Senior Military. Golf, '34, '35, Captain '36; Advanced
Military.




JAMES HAROLD TRAMMELL CARL FRED TRAPNELL
B.S.B.A. B.S.B.A.
Business Admninistration Business Administration
Jacksonville Plant City
'PA0 Executive Council '34; Alpha Kappa
Captain, RI. O. T. C.; Sabres. Psi; Commerce Club; Junior Inter-
fraternity Conference.





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WILLIAM RALPH TUBBS
A.B. JOHN EMMETT TUCKER
Arts and Sciences B.A.E.
Orlando Education
AX Bradenton
Band; Commerce Club; Glee Club;
University Orchestra; Serpents; Farr
Literary Society, '32.


GLOVER EMERSON TULLY RAYMOND C. TYLANDER
B.S.E. B.S.I.E.
Education Engineering
Tallahassee Ft. Pierce
OX 11KI
Executive Council '35; Freshman Freshman Basketball; Benton Engin-
Football; Senior Military; Peabody eering Society; Bacchus; Sabres;
Club; Sabres; Kappa Phi Kappa; In- WVhite lrlars; Industrial Engineering
terfraternity Conference. Society.


JOHN O'NEILL TYREE LILIAM EDWIN VAN BRUNT, JR.
B.S.B.A. A.B.
Business Administration Arts and Sciences
DeLand Tallahassee

Alpha Kappa Psi; Commerce Club; Phi Eta Sigma.
Los Picaros; Propellor Club.



CARL EI)wARED VERDYCK
WILBUR A. VEAZEY B.S.B.A.
B.S.B.A. Business Administration
Business Administration Tampa
Crystal Springs DIKT
Debate Club; Rifle Team '33. Alligator; Seminole; Advanced
Military; Bacchus.




RAYMOND F. VICKERY W'"ALTON B. WALL
B.A.E. B.S.
Education Arts and Sciences
Avon Park Jacksonville
Peabody Club; Kappa Phi Kappa. Alpha Epsilon Delta.




GEORGE EDWARD WALSH
B.S.B.A.
FRED ALEXANDER WALLACE Business Adninistration
B.S.E. ap
Education ZTIE
Gainesville Beta Ganllna Silgnla; Florida Players;
Peabody Club. Phi ]Eta Sigma; White Friars; Phi
Kappa Phi.



HENRY MELTON WARE
A.B.
HARRY ROBERT WANSKER iArts and Sciences
B.S.B.A. Sanford
Business Administration QKT
Jacksonville Football '34; Freshman Football;
Captain, R. O. T. C.; Sabres; Vice-
President F Club.




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EDMUND BROOKS WARREN GEORGE ALLEN WARREN
B.S.PIY. 5B.S.
Arts and Sciences Arts and Sciences
Apalachicola Key West
Mortar & Pestle.



E. REED WHITTLE
B.S.B.A.
UI)OLiH 1. WATSONJR, Business Administration
Sarasota
A.B.
ATO
Arts and Sciences
Seminole; 1st Lieut., R. O. T. C.;
St. Petersburg Commerce Club; Cavaliers; Delta
Sigma Pi; Glee Club; I. R. C.; Pro-
pellor Club; Y. M. C. A.




DIIELMAll GRANT WILSON MELBOURNE L. WINTON
A.B. B.S.E.
Arts and Sciences Education
Tarnpa Bushnell
Seminole; Alligator; lAeut., It. O. '. Iapa Phi Kappa.
C.; (lee Club; IAos Pl'caros; Y. M.
C. A.; Florida Rifles.




WAYNE E. WITHERS
JAMES F. WISHanIT, JR.
R.S.B.A.
l.S.I.A. Business Administration
Business Admiinistration and Lawe Miami
Tampa M






FRANK BRADSHAW WOOL ROWLAND EMORY WOOD
B.S. B.S.
Arls and Sciences Arts and Sciences
J acksoville St. Petersburg
IIAZ BOlH
Astronomy Cluhb; )Debate Club. Managing Editor F Book, '35.




FRA N KI N WOTH HOWARD ZALCMAN
B.S. B.S.PHY.
Arts and Sciences Arts and Sciences
J, acksonville Boston, Massachusetts
AA 2nd Lieut., R. O. T. C.; American
Pharmacy Association; Leigh Chem-
Ieiot., R. O. T. (C. ical Society; Mortar & Pestle.



WILLIAM K. ZEWADSKI, JR.
HoBERT ZEI.LNER B.S.
.S. Arts and Sciences

ArIs and Sciences Tampa
LaTkelnld Honor Court '34; Swimming; Fresh-
AT'l man Football; Major, R. O. T. C.;
Seminole; 2nd lieut., R O. '. C.; Blue Key; Bacchus; Debate Club;
AlpIta Epsilon D)elta. Farr Literary Society; Leigh Chem-
ical Society; L'Apache; Phi Eta
Sigma; Sabres; F Club.


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THE production of fresh vegetables for commer-
cial shipment is one of Florida's most valuable in-
dustries. Florida stands first of all the states in
shipments of snap-beans, celery, and tomatoes.
Practically all types of vegetables can be grown
successfully in Florida if proper attention to loca-
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GuY BOTTS
President

BEN KRENTZMAN
President

JAMES (GN\N ARCHIE MEATYARD
Vice-President Vice-President




















JOHN NOBLE DELPHIN ARDUENGO
Secretary-Treasurer Secretary-Treasurer

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SOPHOMORE ACADEMIC


































JACK BUSH
President

STEPHEN O'CONNELL
President

WESLEY FLY W. H. HARRELL
Vice-President Vice-President




















BEN McLAUCHLIN L. K. EDWARDS
Secretary-Treasurer Secretary-Treasurer

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ALBERT GRAESSLE
Vice-President



















WALDO FARABEE
Secretary-Treasurer







NORMAN PATE
President

FRES HMAN EXECUTIVE COUNCIL
























MILLER ROOD WALTON ULMER GOODBREAD WILD
ANDERSON OPP MULLINS COLLYER KITCHEN EDWARDS COMSTOCK

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GABRIEL E. ABULLAn 2PM ................... Jacksonville
MAYNARD ALVIN AnBRAMS TEri 2BAd ...... West Palm Beach
A. 11H. ADAMS, JR. AE 3AB .......................Miami
CLAUDE M. ADAMS AX 3ChE ................... Pensacola




HEILhONG 11. AIAMS IIKA 2PM............... Jacksonville
JAMES CARUTON ADAMS GC .......................... Makyo
JonN NEWTON ADAMS GC .................. Brooklyn, N. Y.
WILSON IRViNo ADAMS AX GC ............ Motclair, N. J.


II

FRANCIS WYCIIE AI)KINS x'1 21E ............. Miami B3eaeh
JAMES CALilOUN ADKINS, JRI. IIKA 3AB ......... Gainesville
SHELLTON JAMES ADKINS IN 3BAd .............. Glinlesvillo
MARKY A. AIIRANo B11O 3BAd ..................... Tampa




LuIs ALBElrTO AiZCORBE GC .................... Miami 1Beach
GEORGE STEPHENS AKIN 2BAd............... Winter Garden
GEORGE HENRY AIMEE GC .................. Fort Lauderdale
ARNOLI) BE1ErRA\t ALBI ERT G(C .................. Mn iani Beacl




RICKLO, Ir LEIGI ALBERTSON CC...........West EPahn Beach
JOHN ROLAND ALBRECHT (C ...................... G:inesville
WILLIAM HENRY ALBRIHTlI, JR. 2BAd ............... Orlando
Louis G. ALEXANIDER 3;EE ........................... Tampah




SAMMIE ALEXANDER TEp 2BAd .......................Miami
CHARLEs H. AL1FOn x- S 2BS1 .................. Tallahassee
LANI)ON E. ALISON I~(- (C............... ....Gainesville
BENNETT Y. ALLEN 2EE ............................ Lakelanld




CIHARLES O. ALLEN 2Ag. ...................................... Gainesville
GEORIGE E. ALLEN 3BAd ........................ Fort Myers
GEORGoGE L. ALLEN, JRa. ZAE GC .............. Coral (lables
RALIII W ALLEN 2ME ........................ .atcksonllvill




EDIGAR R. ALLIGoOD GC............................ Alachua
TOLLIE E. ALLRED X'I' GC ..................owling ( 'reen
IDON A. AILVARAD 2.) .................... ...... Seville, Spain
FRANK S. ALVAREZ 3BAd ........................... Tampa




HIaltsoN IV. AmittnaS oX (CC................Winte;('r Havenll
CARL R. ANDERSON 1HP-I .......................Lake Worth
GEORGE L. ANDERSON A--q, 3BSE ............. Crystal River
HEWLETT S. ANDERSON 2BS ..................... Gainesville



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UNDERGRADUATES
U N B E R G R A D U A T E




JAMES 13. ANDERSON fKiq 3AB ..................Dunedin
LESLIE B. ANDERItSON, JR. AI'P 3Ag .......... Winter H-aven
LoYI O. ANDERSON (GC .........................D]ade City
ORvAL, 3. A N AEPsoA, GC ......................... Clearwater




CIIADaBOURNE A. ANIsmrEws XAE 21S ................Tamipa
BENN.TT IR. APPI'ILEAUIM 'IBA 3BAd.................. 'niami
THOMAS i. AiPPLEwIIIrI JR. zN 2EE........Jacksonville
TOM W. AI'I'LEYARD K'FT GC .................. Tallahassee




TJAMES C. ARAN'T 2BAd ............................ Sanford
THOMAs B. Auu OKN 2E ................... .Jacksonville
D:ELPHIN A. ARDOIENGO .1 L.......................... Tampa
PHIm,i 8S. AREY A'P 3Ag ......................Moutcverde




MIT'IHE:r.,, N. AI'AIFAAS AXA 3AB ..........Tarpon Springs
ENRJIQUE R. ARIAS GC......................Ca(delas, Cuba
CIEM (,GLENN AIrsTrIoN(;N OX 3:BAd ............Plant City
(:EORGai, TIHOMSON ARMSTRIINO GC .................... Miami




JAMIS I()JOI.'sON ARM STRONG OX 3I) ............Plant City
S'ITEPIiEN E':I)GAR AMNI'ISTNN GC ................ Jacksoyiville
WALLACE FARIIS ARMSTRONG 2ClE .................... liami
WIMIAM WILSON ARNOLD,I zAE 2BAd ............ Groveland




IRA AN IS I. AIT'iis IIAZ H J2B[lAd ................. Bvradenton
.JOSE'II J ENNINOS ASBIIiYl, Ia. 2iAd ................. Mirami
GEoRIo I YRuoIN ASIiMORE 2CE ...................TallalutsseC
]tAl:In A LI ,'E ANSK W, .JR. t2AB ......................Lakelaind




IFRE, Assi IIA E 2 .KE ....................... JaIcksonville
IRNEsI'T CGIROR(E ATIIN, JR. KA GC............. Gainesville
ROBERI'T NMAISON ATKINs (;GC........................Miami
AIi'REi) O. ATKINSON A'A 31BAi ................. Umatilla




IIoLRACE I)NISON ATKINSON 2B ..................... Orlando
,JoI1N I'FRANKIIN ATKINSON 2EE ............... Orange Park
CI~lI, ANIw)II\ AVANT 0I ..3BA .................. Miami
JOHIN LONII AVANT B(IL 2BAd ..................... Miami




WILLIAM OTTO IlAnn 2Ag .........................Ulatilla
WILLIAMt E. AIml 2A..................Green Cove Springs
(OIRO1E EVERETT BAD)ALAS GC ....................Clearwater
CLAI,RE HAROLDI BAGULEY Al, 1 BAd ................. DeLand



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J atAES CORBETT BaILEY GC ........................ Madison
REGINALD DELEGAL BAILEY 21E .................. Gainesvillo
HOWARD AONROE I BAISDEN YAE 3BAE ............Live Oak
WY 'LlA HANSEL BALDWIN 21E ................. Port Tampa




MARJOIII FRANCIS IBALw)\VN GC ....................Alachlua
JIMt PAUL BANKS GOC ........................ High Springs
HAROLD ]iBAnmER Z-AE GC .......................... Tampa
Roy HuIEs' BARBER GC ........................Tallahassee




EDWAID R. BARDEN, JR. 2PM ...................Fort Myers
THOsuAS EIMMtETT BAREFOOT 'GC ................... Graceville
].BARNEY BAmFIEo AX 2EE.........................Miami
WILLIAlM TARMAN iBARKEI, GC ................... Gainesville




ANGUS S. BAuaLow 3BAd ......................... Wildwood
MELVIN BARNIERT TE4' 2J........................... Jacksonville
CECIL LAWSON BARNES GC ........................DeLand
JAMles QUINTERE BARNES GC................ Forlt Lauderdale




CLYDE HAYGOOD B]ANETT 2E. ............... West Palm Beach
JOEL OGIN BARNIIARII AqT 3J'.............. Daytona Beach
ARTHurl CLA BARIRETT C ..........................Miami
BURNESS AuSTIN BARRlING'ON, JRi. (C............... H-awthorn




JEAN TURNER BAIROW 3C] .................... DOSoo City
CARIIINGTON ETHLREl) BARRS lAE GC ......... Jacksonville
AnBEIrT DEAN BARRY 3BS .......................Clearwater
J. LACEY BARTON 3Ag...................... Glen St. Marys




RIOEnT MCKINNEY BArI'ON -N 4AB ........ St. Petersburg
ROGER HAYES Bi3ARTON GC ...................... Lake Worth
ROBE-RT SIIARl BARY 'BeR 3BAd ............. St. Petersburg
ANDREW JOHlNSON BASS 2Ag ........................Waldo




WIiLER WAILSON BASSETT EN 3Ag............... Monticello
0 SHERMAN NNEL, BrTEs lAg ................ West Pahnlm each
LUcIls DuRAillli BATTLE AT'2 (3C ............... Bradenton
GEoCUE F. BAUGHMAN B011 :l3BAd .................. Tampa




RoEsail LortIs BAX'TIr :IE ...................... Coral Gables
HENRItY TIIOMAS BAYNARD ATO GC ......... St. Petersburg
MAx B\AER GC................................................... Pensacola
CLIFFORD CARLTON BEASLEY (DKT 2BAd ............Sanford




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UNDERGRADUATES
U N D E R G R A D U



O. A. B4iAsir:Y 2EE .............................. Umatilla
RoBE'Br, BucKNElF BEASLEY 2AB ................ Jacksonville
EDWARI) TIIOMAS BEATTY ATo 2PM...... West Palm Beach
RALPH WIL\VA BEATY 2ChE .................... Plant City




LIEwis R. BEvis GC ............................. Marianna
G0IolON F. IHE.ciln IIKA IAg......................Largo
.JOIiN ANTHiONY BELCER 2 ZAE GC ............ Coral Gables
AR'iniit MARVIN BELLL 2BAd ......................Sarasota





OTIs BEiL, 2BSA .............................Gainesville
(EORGE WALTER BELLAI 2M ...................... Hernando
RoY AwrH~r BEN.JAMIN, JR. 'liA 2J...........Jacksonville
FRANK IRcA BENNE'rT 2X 3Ag ......................Ocala




FIRANK LIN DAVIS BENNETT 41KT 3BAd .............Sanford
DI)IEY WOI)IoOW lIENSON GC ................ Flatgler Beach
WA,Tri'r ROWLEY BiENsoN OKN :3J..............Gainesville
(I1Eolt;E RouBERT BENTl ,EY 3BAP ...................... Miami




CIAmRIEs RICiARn BEINTON TX GC............... Gainesville
CHAio La s CECI, BERNAR) 2. ......................... Tampa
WILIAM T[OMAlI s ~ IERGE;I:r 3 BAd ................ Laughman
AiI: MAX B ERKOWITZ 1'EM, GC ......................Miami




LEWIS BIt:NE t 3BS ................................ Miami
R Ioal ir' TINKli.Ati'H B ESSIERElt KA IIIAd ......... Orlando
l imlCAlo) J3USON BEs T'o KZ 2BAd................ Clewiston
(IIAIZ, Ls ARcliI A .\h B:1'I'TS IIKA (C .............. Sanford




I)ONAI,i JOSEi'H BEsUlETENMu ii:it GC .......West Palm Beach
RowrET J RI:iRY BELE IlK' 2BAd ........Fort Lauderdale
ILENRY eNSeiHEIN lE\iS 2EE ...................... Arcadia
JAiES \VWILLIAM BiEWAN (C .........................Miianli




(CoMA N E'ouR ;IES BTh iKNEhL X'' 4J .......... Lewistoln, Maine
WARNER TIiOMAS ]1 1(B Gl C .................... Gainesville
OBERTo JEHAEIERSON BISIIOI) 1L ............ .........Pierson
W\VAnlO EnlR{SON BisiIoi 2Ag. ......................Aucilla




MlNoND o, ItLE Bi ssoON 2ME ................. East BIarr, Vt.
Nill, STATEN BI1T'IN(I X+I GC ....................... Oeala
FRANIS JIIAM ENiS BLAC K ::lAd ................... Tallahassee
iHARRY EU;EN E BILACIK 2.Ad .............. ..Daytona Beach.




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UNDERGRADUATES
D E R G R A D U A T E S



LLOoy LEROY BLACK 2EE ........................... Tampa
RAINER COSBu BLACK GC ...................... Bo.a Grande
DONALD DUNwo1) BLACIKBIUR.N -AE 2BAd .......... Tampa
WILLIrAM VWHARTON BLACKBHURN IN GC ............. Tampa




JoHN SalON BLAIN, JR. GC ......................... Miami
RMCIIARD LLOYI) BLhAIN GC ........................... Miami
CIIARLFs E. BLANTON 2EE ........................... Perry
GERSON BLATT TE') 2BAd .........................Miami




EDW\ARD F. BOARD)MAN X( IL L...................... Miami
H-owA'nAr LELAND BOD)IEN ',IKT GC ............. Jacksonville
GEOalG1E CHlARLEs iBOL,Ls ATA IL ................... Miami
GEOR(G0 FOOTE 3BOND EN 3BS............Hendersonville, N. C.




ARMANDI HENRY BONNETTE 1J................ St. Petoerlsurg
EDWI)ARI) LEWIS BONNEY IfZ\ 3M N.................. Miami
JO]lN WILLIAMt Boo300N 4Ao 2B3Ad............. awksouville
Ai'n',tu REGINAL) BOOPTE, J R. IKl(, (GC ........ Jacksonville




GLENN EriIOR BORING IIKA G(C ................... Quinel
GEORGE PRESTON Boss GC ........................Orlando
OLivE B1EirY Boswownit ','KT GO(...................Miami
GUY WARREN BOTTS ATA 2L .......................... Jay




CILEVELAND JOSEPII BouIo;EOIS 31. :.............. Gainesville
WILrsoN PENIsiING Bo OT(;IOl GC................. Gainesville
-[HERERTl IVEY BoW,EN 2BAd ...................... Lakeland
\W\IWMi~ h FRANK BOWEN KA 2BAE............. Watertown




I]A~I~,1-IxITY WARD BOWER 2BAd ........................Orlando
CHARLFES EVERETT BOYI) 13BOl1 GC ................ x',sbuirg
JARMES A H'rlIUR BOYl), Jin. 1011l 3lAd.............Leesburg
ROBERT WATsoN BOYD Q4AO 2PM .............. Jacksouvillo




Jo'1ON CIHAUNCEY 1BOYER ATI GC .................. Orlanlo
JOIIN MARION BOYETT 2BAd .................... T1'erra Ccia
WIIlLIAM JAM ES BOYNTON, J,I. 21HS ................. Ia.tllna
J'ON WiLEY BRACKEN ATA CC .................F. iiercee




RALPH DEvEIR E Bl ahFoRo AXA GO..............Carrabelle
JACK BRADLEY X C................................. Gainesvill
JAMES PHIILIP' BiRADSIIHAW, J.1. CC ................ Gainesvillo
DONALD BLAIR BRADY 2BAd ...................... Lake City




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HENRY MustrALL ~iAy GC ...................... Orlando
DE.NNis E. BRAI)ON AI'P 2tAdo ............. Winter Haven
KE Nril PAULt ; IBRAuG)o APP GC ........... Winter Haven
MARslAL D)EFORES'T JiAINAU) KZ (.C............... Delray




ORmLEY KEINNE'rlt BIRALI .Y 2J .............. West Palm Beach
OvElBY CRoswELA, BRANCI[, JIt. ZAE 2C0hE..........Oecala
Awj'iriin THOMAs BRANM)oo 2BAd .................. Palmetto
WANDEr,r, E. BRANNAN 2EE............................ Cocoa




.JOirN HfSirs 1BRASHi\AR AX 2BAd..................Tampa
JosiE1i PALMi ER: BiXRAswEL, 1BAd .................... Tampa
RomEiwr Em1N'islrl BREN :x BlOII GC............. Jacksonville
GooowlN MILroN B REININ TE (GIC......Long Beach, N. Y.




Auius'r WILIArM B EMER, (GC .................. Jacksonville
JA MES Itif, v Borejr; GC .......................Island Grove
BENJAMIN HIOLLON ] roluI)r s KA GC ........... Tallahassee
NoRT'XAN J. BRIGrS AX "C1h ....................Pensacola




PAuIr. Hi[O\WARlI BOCK KA 211Pl.................. Pensacola
SANFIO'D KENNEI BlRONs'rI N 'TEi' 2J....... Miami Beach
Ti'oM NS ,JOslEl BROOKS, JI. 3BSE .............. Tallahassee
(IIAIL ES RiOEV P. BROWN GC..................... Sanford




CrARENcE IHvYAr BIovowN ZAE 2BAd...... ........ .....Miami
CIIr1oN) (01)O1N BROWN KA 13AB.................Tampa
DONAI,0 EAI: BR\owN 2.1 .................... St. Petersburg
DOUiIlAs IlJ I I BROWVN GC........................... Miami




IAlARIh,. |BROWN, ,JR. JN ?,BAd ....................Tampa
' l, NTI LIE( li:l KE BRlOWN AX :(C .............. Jacksonville
JIOIIN AiORN IBROWN, JR. 2AB ..................... Sanford
LoWltl I WILTsoN BROWVN A.' q 2BAd ............ Gainesville




MARION LITIAN Rli\N .AE 2Ag .................. Miami
NORMAN S'lHTE'llIN Il;ROWlN -N 2AB ................. Tampa
PAIL I)oIOGLAs BIZO\WN IC ...................... Gainesville
RICIHARDi ( 1:AII 2i\w N 2HA ............... Daytona Beach




RICHIAR P ll;BOWVN G( ............................ Saniord
ROwB)IeIrT' M A:in 'LT BiROWN A l'P GC........................Palatka
NORl;MAN K. BRonvNE I11KA :IiAdl.................. Orlando
JI OliN 1101,1 B11NDAGE X 2E l'...............................Orlando




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MAX EDWIN BRUNK 2Ag ..........................Sebring
ANTHONY F. BRUNO ZI 2PM ...................... Tampa
JOSEPri TIIO MAS BRUNSON 3AB .................... Sarasota
WILLIAM ROBERT BRYAN GC ................. .... Lakeland




K(ENNETII ALEXANDER BRYANT 2BAE............. Gainesville
WILLIAM EDWARD BRYSON 2BAd ................ Jacksonville
ALLEN ELIAS BUCHANAN AIe' GC .............. Vero Beach
WILLIAM ERR BliY BUCHANAN, JR. GC............ Miami Beach




JACOB EDWARiD BUENZLI IN GC............. St. Petersburg
WILLIAM W. BULL, JR. IlKq 2AB ................. Dunedin
KENNEDY CORNELIUS BULLARD lI GC. ............... Tampa
GEORGE WILLIAM BURCit Xm, 2PkM ......... Fort Lauderdale




JAMES GOLDSWORTIY BoUi( GC ............. Dallas City, I11.
VINCENT LEWIS BURKHIARDT EX GOC ....... West Palm Beach
RoY BUIRKHOLDER, JR. 2ChE.............. Altamonute Springs
WARREN STANFORD BURKIIOLDER 2P.............. Kissimmnee




GOWDON E. BURNETT GOC ....................... JakSonville
JonN HUGH BURNETT ATO GC ..................... Tampa
ALLEN JAMES BURNHAM IJ ................... .. Gainesville
LEONARD HILL BURNS ][KA 2BAd.................Sarasota




RICHARD HUDSON BURR, JR. 2PM................ Tallahassee
RICHTARD SPENCER BURRESS 2BS ................... Tampa
JOHNNY DUDLEY BURROUGHS (,AO 2BAd .....St. Petersburg
ALBERT EDWARD BUSCl IAN 3BS............. Daytona Beach





JACK R. BUSH IIlK'D 3BAd ..................... Daytona Beach
CARLTON HALL BUTC'HER 4,KT 2BAd .........Miami Beach
DONALD W]HEELER BUTLER iHA 2P................ Orlando
JOHN DAVID BUTLER 2L............................Minami




WILLIAM JoSEPI[ lBUTLER 1. PM ............. Gainesville
BERTRAM JAMES BUTZ ............................ TIal)pa
ALBERT LEWIS BUZzELL, JR. 3BAd............ Coconut Grove
REGINA LAURICK BiTzzlTT 2.P ................... A pallachicol a




WIHLIAM KERN lBYE, 2B Ad ..................... Fort Myers
GEORGE GOODRICH BYRNES, JR. ATA GC......St. Petersburg
ALVIN SAGE BYRuM GC ................... West Palm Beach7
ANDREW DOMENICO CACCIATORE I 2ChE ............ Tampa




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CHfAMLEs K mLING CALDWELL GC ................. Gainesville
LEO,\oD CAnWELL IIKA 2BAd..................M. ulberry
ROBEwT E)WAFIAD CALDWELL IIA 3138 .............. Orlando
NosBLY PUTNAM CALHOUN AO GC ............St. Augustine



W. J. Callahan z2;i E 2BAd ....................Gainesville
TE1I EVEI ETT CALM Es 338 ................... Jacksonville
CIhARI,ESf RAY CAMBRON IIKP 2BS1................... Ocala
JolIN COUCNCIL CAMIP TX 2BAd .............White Springs




AwRiTru LEE CkAMuI'lIA, 2A ................... St. Augustine
'FRANK WALTEL CAMPiBELL ATO GC .........Daytona Beach
JAMES I. CAMPBELL GC ..................... Chattahoochee
JoHN EDWARD CAMti'ELL 11........................Palatka




RoBElT ANoREW CAMPBELLL GC................ Chattahoochee
WALLACE O. CAMPIE FLL AX 3AB ................... Arcadia
C. J. CA RN\IHAI,LO, Jii. xX GC....................... Tampa
]iAYMONI TIIOIMAS CARABALLO 3AB .................. Tampa




YGNACIO DOMINGO CARIBONEIJ (C ................ Key West
H1IENRY I(ISSAM CARIDENAS 2.BS ..................... Orlando
RoBERT TULLEY CARIISLE ATA GC .............. Jacksonville
CARl, GUNNAR CARLSON AXA 3CE........... Ormond Beach




STlI; GEOIIIE CARIISON ANl r A :Ag .............. .Lake Hamiltonl
GE.ORGEl CARLTON, J.i. 2BAd .................... Jnacksonville
I. DALE CALTON 3 l1 .......................... Wauchula
] T AYLo CARMIClAEL 2BAd ..................... Sarasota




Mii ,uAY DunOIS CARlMICHAEL, ZAE 3AB3... West Palm Beach
WILLIAM C uirS C(A\i, JR,. 2li P1................. Gainesville
HlEBEl;iti AuITBE CAI\IIELLr 'PKT Ag...................... Miami
JuIuT HASKEtLL CARIIIN('ToN 3Ag ................. Clermont




CHAlRIES LIIDION CAnIold 2AB ................... Marianna
IONNER LoIUIS CARTER .C ........................Sanford
FRANCIIS Ill'NTER CA;vEI 2AB .................. Tallahassee
IRA JVu.SON CARTERI:, JR. IL ..................... Newberry




SAM F. CaItIER ZN 2AB.................. West Palm Beach
WvYNToLN H. CARTER OX 2BS1............... Daytona Beach
HIENRY HALL CARV OX ( C. ................... ....Pensacola
HIAROLD CARLTON CASE OX GC ................ Fort Myers




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ROBERT LAWRE INCE CASEY ZAPE 2AB ........... Coral Gables
CLYDE WOODARD CAsoN iA) GC ............ Fruitland Park
CHESTER CASSEL 4,1BA GC ..................... Miami Beach
FREDERICK SHIERWOOD CASSIDY I0 GC ............. Miami




WILLIAM T. CASTLE aeO 3BAd ................ Jacksonville
WILLIAM FREDRIC CATIRAE IIKA 20ChE..............Eustis
WILLIAM HARVEY CAULEY TIKA IJ ........... Coral Gables
JoNx H. CAUSEY iX 3Ag ....................... Wauchula




WAYMAN ADorLPi CAYsoN AZ OC..C.......... Blountstown
ToM ALLY CECIL AXA GC .....................Eagle Lake
~IANUIEL N. CEPEDA GC .......................... Holopaw
Goau.oN B. CERTAIN ATA 2A ............... ....... Miami




WILLIAM Ross CEssRY GC ..................... Jacksonville
SELWYN CHIA LKER, J,. 3.BS ....................... Lake City
JOHN LAWRENCE CIIANCELLOII C C............... Jacksonville
RAYMOND GEORGE, CHANDLER GC ................. Gainesville




A.RTHUR KIRKLAND CIHAPMAN 2AB ................ Newlerry
ROBERT BU ECHINER CHAPMAN GC ................... Orlando
ROBERT SINGLETON CIIAPMAN I'KT GC ............. Raiford
LEE JAMES CHASE, JR. ZAE 211E................... Miami





RICIARD BEAUREGARD CITEATIAT[M 14E 2BAd.......... Miami
JoIIN LOCKE CIlENEY XP 2CE ..................... Talpa
JOHN F. CHERRY IIK4, 2AB .....................Center Hill
FLAGG LANDON CIIITTENDEN OX GC ............ Tallahassee




JoHN DEATON CHIOATE 2BAd .................. JIneksonville
FLoYD THOMAS CHRISTIAN 4IAO 31H1 ......... St. Petersburg
Roy CHRISTOPHIIER lK GC .....................t. tM, Dora
Russ JACKSON CHRISTIY BO0I GC .................. Tamnllp




HENRY SIMPSON CHUBBn GC .................... Winter 1Park
ALFRED VAN CLARK OKN :IBAE....................radenton
FliRED A. CLARK 2B1AE ........................ Higl Springs
FREDERICK WILLIAM CLARK 238 ............. .I)tna lt Beach




JACK STANLEY CLARlK AX 3BS ..........................Quiny
JOHN WALTER CLAIIK IIKA GC ............. Clhattahoochec
KENNETH AMES CLARK GC .....................Greensboro
STEWART EARL CLARK ZN GC ................ Miami Beach





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SCoTT DILWOWrnf CLARKE IN 1BAd ............ Monticello
WILLIAM HENRY CLARKE 1BAd ........... Washington, D. C.
J:AME: LoUIS CLARKSON ATu GC ............... Fort Myers
JAMES LHAI)OLD C,AIY 21BS ... ..................Jacksonville




D)AWSON CLEAVENGEEt 3ChE .................. St. Petersburg
JAMIE CARLTON CLEMENS GC .....................Wauchula
WiLLIAM COLE CLIrETT XP GC ............... Bowling Green
WILWLIA SPOTSWOOD CLONTS HKA GC ........... Lakeland




EDWIN N. COBU GC .............................. Leesburg
WiAIs MONROE COCHRLANE K( GS ..........West Palm Beach
HARRY M. COCowLTCH AX 2CE................... Dunnellon
RICIIAI WALT/ER CODY, Ja. GC ..................... Bunnell




ANDREw JACKSON COV'MAN GC .............. St. Augustine
BERNARD COKrEt KI :AB.........................Sebring
DAVID C. COILEMAN IN GC .........................Miami
Louis VIeC'oL COLEMAN 2P........................St. Cloud




D)AVI, NOvES COLLINS GC ........................Palatka
RALPIl FrTMHAN COLLINS, JI. 21 P................... Bushnell
Roim;ltln LEE COLLINS 2BAd .......................Umatilla
KEVIH wI WN Col.YEIL GC .......................St. Cloud




PIU, WilLIAnM CoXrs'TOCK ADz 2ChE ............... Miami
Ro 'RT' ClHARIIES COMISTOCK A2'Ip GC ................ Miami
HItMo lo CAI'LES CONKLING, J'R. GC ................. Titusville
WsEI:NDEI,[ FEI"MAN CoNLEE GC .....................8arasota




LYNDON CIHADlWICK CONLON AX 2BAd ........... Hollywood
R tlnAlR WiLBUm CONN HKA GC .................. Sebring
KEINNETII B. CONNER IN 3BAd ..................Pensacola
RoERlT M. CONNER KE 3BAE................... Gainesville




EIDWARnI) SroulirToN CONOVEiR BOl 2J....Steubenville, Ohio
MARVIN BARNES CONWAY GC ............ Green Cove Springs
RossI.Jr, PAT'InCK CooK GC ................... Jacksonville
AUnR:l,IAN HOLMES COOLEIIGE ZAE 3BAd.............. Miami




JosEPIll T'IEO)DORE CooLEY, JR. ATQ GC .......... Wildwood
AilERT TIIAIN C(OPE0'I0 N 2BAd..............Monticello
WILLIAM FERGUSON COOPER KE 2BAd ......... Gainesville
WILLIAM POWELLr CooPER AT' 3BAd ........... Tallahassee




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GFORGE ALDEN COPELAND GC ................. ..Jacksonville
OsWALD CORNELIUS YN 2L .......................Tampa
VINCENT PAUL CORSO IHA- GC ..................... Mitlli
JosE ANTIIoNY COSCULLUELA IC .............. 1Ivlnlil, Cbiba




HARRY FAusElrT COSTELLO ZX 2PM..................Ocala
"N JAMES LIEROY COTTER 1N GC......................Tampa
BENJAMIN JACKSON COTTLE, JR. 2ChE ..... West Palmn Beache
GEORGEI WILLIAM COTTRILL IIAl 3P.......... Daytona Beach




JOHN E )ARD COURIEIR, JRl. 11KA 3lAd ............ Slnford
MARCUs EucLID COVINGTON, JR. 2BAd ...........Avon Park
WALLACE POWER COVINGTON 3EE ............... Jaelcksonville
'BURNEY B. COWDEN GOC .........................St. Cloud




ALFRED RANKIN CoX, JR.. Ag ................... Gainesville
FRANKLIN COX ZN 211\ ....................... Bradieton
IRVIN HENRY Cox GO ........................... Gainesville
JoxN PATRICK COX, JR. GC ......................... Miami




SIIULER PHILLIPS CO OX 3BAd .................J. acksonville
JoHN MARTIN CRABTIREE ATOl GC ......... \West Palm Beach
JOHN ALFRIED CRAGO 'AO (GC .................. CainOesille
CIARImlES LEO CRAIG GC ............................Miami




MAlCELLnUS L. CRAwFORD (GC............... Evergreen, Ala.
TiroMAs HILLIARD Ciawroa JR. ZN GC....... Jacksonville
CARL CLISTON CRoFTOx GC ...................... G(inesville
M]vAURICE J. CROM.ER I, BA 3BAd ..................... MiNai




ROiBER HARRIS CiiOSBIE 2ChE ..................... L.kelOD1
TIIOM:AS -v. CROSLAND 2BAd .................. Puinta Gorda
CAR EDWARD CRoss B130 (GC..................... Tampa
FRANCIs BERNARD CROW AT1'2 (C ................... Tampa




WILLIAM El1lMEiai CROowN 2BAd ...................Clearwater
WILLIAM H. CROX K]( 5BAd .................. SIt. Pt-ersburg
H-IOwVARD WILLIAM CRUSEY Ox 2M'I ........... Jacksonville
LouIs MNARIA CUBILLAS (OC ..........................Miami




RORERr H-I. Cr'vEl 2ChE ........................... Miami
RUssIELL \WATsoN CU-MMINGS (GC............... St. Augustine
JAMES EjD\IN CURIN;TON, JR. GC ................ Gainesville
W~,ILLIAM RI-,TLEDGE CUSHING GC......... ........ Ginesville




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'rIIADneUs TFEDoujE CYZYCKI GC ................... Bunnell
NEAL, W DALE 2L ........................... St. Augustine
WILLaM :HARtSOx DALE 2BAE ..................... Miami
RoY DSvw AVID, r :3BS ........................Fort Myers




ALMON EDiW DN, )DANiELs .3AB ................... .St. Cloud
4EDGAR MIxIO I)DAIY OKN ,:1 Ad........... DI)aytol Beach
JoEr';F C. DAvio 2BAd ..........................Orlando
RtAYV OND A. JDAvil GC ........................ Jacksonville




Vic'roni A. DAVI (GC ..................... .. J. acksonville
WILIAAxM NAI' D\vID GC( ...................... Jacksonville
CHIALEs LotK D)AVI.SON AJ4, GC ............. Melboure
JAMES RENWICK I)AVIIDSON IPM ................... Orlando




JAACK I CHi ARD DAVIS G ....................... JacksonVille
LERoY ErTHAN DIAVIs AylTA 2IBAd .............. Vero Beach
.JAMIES 1A L, DAVIS, JR. (. .................... Jacksouville
J:EVEuSON DAVIs 3,\Ag ....................... Mt. Pleasant




OscARi MusE IDAvIS A'lTQ (GC ....................... Tam1pa
S. L. I) Aviv s IKIK :M( Ihi ........................( ainesville
'TIiOMAs JE1iE:l'lt's: N )s AVIs ZlE (( C...N. lhackelnsack, N. J.
WVIhIIAiM NEAI, DAVIs (i ... .................... Mi. Ple slsant




II loA -10,11ml I)Av'I"rT AE 4BAtl ...... ........ Gainesville
Lo0ls lO tm ,EL )DAY ( ............................ PIalatka
liOMER LooMis IDEAN .................... ......Sarasot
ItomEIiri (UIE:NN I)DEA\N 2AB ................... St. PItersburg




WAYNE: P ,IIE *DEA \N Ag...................St. P. et Irsbul.rg
JAM Es ALLENX DEANE (C ....................... xGainesville
RIlIAO RwHAI:I)SON I)IDEAS IIKA 2BAd .......... S.anford
\VIl,iA,\ A. I)I :1lols X :Ch ......... ..... ort Lauderdale




Ilu CIIAIiLES DECK AZ+ 1l:AE ............... Weirsdale
JoEl: S l)EESE (C ................................ Lamont
CHIIE5STEIR SOIlN D)El;lGAARD KT GCC........ ...... Coral Gables
o0111eIP EhlNMETl'T 1I)EIANEY .N.I X+I 1 PM............ Miami




IoBnlt:ell II:NOil:lE L, D :EL\AN :lAd ................ Dade City
EI)\WARIH I[lshMES I)E[MosS IA,(-) ((C............ Louisville, Ky.
JULIAN FRANCIS D)EN IAt :ilBAd ....................Brtow
SlED:R M. I)D,:NxMARK OX :1S ................ St. Augustine





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DAVID A. DENSLOw 2AB...........................Miami
HARRY DIAMOND TE GC. ........................ iami
WILLIAM B. DICKENSON, JR. 1L ...................... Tampa
WooDIIow WILSON DICKEY ATAA GC ................ Tampa




J. C. DICKINSON, JR. ATO 2PM ................... Tampa
JAMES ROSSEAU DICKINSON GC ................... Lakeland
PARK TRAMMELL DICKS 2BAE .................. .Larke City
ROBERT W. DICKSON, JR. BOH1 411i............... Mt. Dora




ALBERT MONTGOMERY DIXON 1 BAd ............... r Talflnssee
SAMUEL LATRELLE DOBYNS, JlR. -X G(( ....... Jacksonville
HENRY BELTON DOMINICK, JR. 3IAd ............... Webster
EDWARD WOOD DONNALLY 'KI'T GC.............. Melbolnl o




JESSE WALTON DOOLEY HK4, 411Hl1..................Mt. Dora
FRED IVERSON DORMAN, JR. 3BS ................ JleCkSOlville
JAMES B. DORMANY IIA 0 2ChE ................... Tiampa
JAMES DANIEL DOSSEY, II iBAd .................. Sanford

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HARRY MORRIsoN DoUiD GC ......................Bradenton
JOllN ROBINSON DowD ae 1]P .............. Moore Haven
ROBERT' B. DOWDA IIK'I 2BS ........................ Pulalka
WILLIAM QUINTON DOWLINIG 'IKT GC ........... lICksonIville




LEMUEL CIIAFIN DOWNS IIK(' 2BAd ............. Mtt. Dora
ALBERT JOIIN DOZIERI, JR. AX GC ................. Arcadia
HENRY CUTTINO DOZIER, JR. ZN 2L................. Oeala
NICK PETER DRAKOS 2BAd ................... St. August inl




ANsON IVAN DREISIN d LBA 3BAd ................... Miami
HO1ACE RAINSroRD DREW BAE GC ............. haclsomville
ALONZo LLOYD DnrIGoRs 2BAd.................. Lake 1utler
CLAYBORN HEROD DRIGGERS 2BAd .............. Lakve 11utler




EowARD LAWRENCE DuBOIS X4' 2L............. Gainesville
CIIARLES WILLIAM DUDLEY, JlI. 23,8 ............. Jacksonvlllle
JAMEs RoY DUrr;oN ZAE 2BAd .......... West Palmn oelacl
MARVIN JAMES DIUNAWAY GC(...................... Molino





ALEXANDER ST'IRACIIAN DUNCAN IIKA 2L .......Jacksonville
JOIIN BENNETTE DUNCAN 2BAd ................ Sutmmertield
JOSEPH ISAAC DW'OSKIN ,ILA G(C............... JacksoillV C
JAMES HENRY DYSON 2BAd ....................... Sanford




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DAVIT MArrATirEWS EALE GC ...................... Sanford
RICIIAMD WAurox EARLE BjII GC .................. Miami
VEI u.;o CLIFTON EASON Z--E 2BAd ...............Miami
JAMES MIIDDrETON EASTMAN 2ME ........... Daytona Beach




JAMMEs G .ENN EiPElljA\I:I)' 2BAd ................. Plant City
FRANK EFOcENE EBY 1 E.................. Charleston, W. Va.
Roy Wi,soN EoOl,s 2BAd ....................... Sanford
JAM ES Or:LANI EinvY GC ................ Green Cove Springs





IHAti:Y ClA'l X EDMONSON KA GC ............Tallahassee
JAMES GRAhAIAM EDWARDS I1KI, 3BAd ..............Tampa
.Joi'lN H:OWARD EDWARDS GC .................... Grove Park
J.loN ANI,'OI:I) EDWARDS, JR. ATt. 2Ag ...........Lakeland




L\AWiEN~ E KnIKAND EDwARoS, Jo. 2Ag ............ Irvine
IRAYMOND III I (1' rPiBA (CC .................. Crescent City
RODNEY LINCOLsN EKIAIN 2J.............. New York, N. Y.
.loOIN C. Eij,ro'v' GCC............................ Jacksonville




(,LAIENCE: HEYWARD) E[lIS, JR. ATQ GC..West Palm Beach
R[ICHARD 1ITORNE ELiS (IC ....................... Boynton I
TIlr:o. HI. ELLIS 2A.............................Alachua
MIIs Fox EM1v1RY KA 1BAE ....................Quiney




l),A\vij Li: EMERtSONT IAL 21S....................Miami
MIcI:Ill, ( L, ltal: EMMANuE, GC........ Tarpon Springs
RICIAn Hl[:A',rI EMPLE GC................ South Jacksonville
CiyviY: Pl i[,1,l ENomsHt AX 3BAd ............. Winter Park




\WILLIAM HAIOLD() ENNE[S, JR. :cI'E GC ............ Alachua
Ali:,;N AisTlIN ENZOiL ATA 2PM ................... Baker
K :,NNi R'rl' \V, E 'EIt[r 3HIPI ................ Jacksonville
F,,\ANCIS EDWARD EviES GCC .................... Tallahassee




Rol[ ,r MA vIN E:IViN GC ................. ..... Tallahassoo
lav' LEi,: ELT vi:Eoie, GC ..................... DeSoto City
ALVIN A\YvMAN EVANS GC...................... Hawthorn
O()ms IRAY E\x,:[ls 2Ag. ........................... Lakeland




I)AvDi Riuss~,n, EYMAN .21..................... Tallahassee
RIC~mil A F. EZZARD XI 2BAd..... ............... Orlando
Pll [AIt wooD FAIRCuIi[,I) 2BAd ........... Fort Lauderdale
LRosEvr I)OUCrLAS FAKES GC ...................... Chiefland





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JOSEPII A. FASOME ZI 1PM ...................... Tampa
J. NOYCE FANNING, JR. IIJKfI GO ............... Jacksonville
ALLEN W. FARABEE CC .........................Fort Myers
ROSCOE H. FARRIS, JR. GCO ....................... PensacolR




OLIVER R. FARIUS GO .................................Jay
THOMAS G. FARMER KA GOC................. Ft. Lauderdale
OrTIS FARRINGTON KE 2BAd ................ Ft. Lauderdale
NORVAL M. FAULDS IIK4Q 3BS...................Clearwater




\r. R. FAULDS GC .............................. Clearwater
JOSEPHI E. FAVER 2L ............................... Tampa
EDWARI) H. FAWSIETT ep GC ............ Washington, 1). C.
EDGAR L. FEINBERG 2BS.............................Ocala




CH]ARLES I-. FELTON 2ChE ........................ Tavernier
EDwlIN C. FENTON 3BAd ....................... Jacksonville
CHARLES L. FERGUSON AXA 3BAd.......... Tarpon Springs
DWIGHT L. FERGUSON 2P ...................... Lake Worth


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ROBERT W. FERGUsoN AO 2BS13 ..................Wauchula
,, WILLIAM B. FERGUSON GO .......................... Miami
JESS P. FERRILL, JR. ATQ 3BAd ...................Tampa
ToOMAS C. FERTIE 2P ........................... Kissimnmeo




J. S. FIELD TE4, 2EE..............................Miami
WILLIAM J. FIELD EX 2BAd ............... Ft. Lauderdale
CLAUDE B. FIELDING, JR. GC........................Ocoeo
JULIAN M. FIERIOS 1Ag ............................ Tampa




TIHEODORE A. FINGER TE' CTC ................. Paln Beach
RolBEIr E. FINNEY GC ...........................Wauchula
LEONARD M. FISHER 4B1A GOC................. Miami Beach
MARTIN H. FISHER BO13 GC ............. Washington, D. C.




FRANK L. FLANAGAN, JlR. 2BAd .................. Gainesville
FRED A. FLANDERS, JR. GC .................... Moore Haven
SIDNEY I. FLEMING EN 2PM.........................Miami
THIOMAS F. FLEMING, .1R.. X4, 2BIAd .........Ft. Lauderdale




EDWARD IH. FLETCIIEII 3BAd ..................... Gleelnsoro
ST[OMxAS 13. FLETCHER, JR. (IC ................... Greensboro
WILLIAM S. FLETCHER GC .......................... Bartow
J. WESLEY FLY X 3BAd ........................ Zellwood




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U N D E R G R A D U A T E S




REDwARD C. Foa, III BOII GC .....................Miami
ENtvrEIY M. Folson IAE ............................ Mayo
Gir,juu,' C. Fo : ns E GC ....................... Miami
R. I,.P Fol z\E 2BAd .........................c. Oala




I ,REDRICK T. FOrS'lrENt iN 2BS ................. Jacksonville
KEINNEIT L. FoSrEm K(2 GO ........................Miami
fAfoM ,O K-. FowI ,t 2E IM. ....................... Lake Butler
(JOSEVIr FIAt DEN GC ........................... Jacksonville




HIIALES B FR"IANKLIN ()X GC ................... Ft. Myers
WiC,Jla M S. FI AI TEs GC ............................. Miami
IIoMIER C. FIRAZII:R, J ll ......................... Miami
CLAEI',:N'E L. FI EI I G...C .................... Punta Gorda




S. L. Fir nl,i R Z2N B.Ad ......................... Naples
(COOK W. FREEMAN IN GC. ................... .Planamlla City
Rolr. T. FREEMAN KA 3:BAd ...................... Tampa
MO 'rl N A. Fi ,r ml,,ita ,im .A (W ................ Jacksonville




KIN'I' S. I'l,01 IOCKI GC ........................... Bra] denton
I'twN C(. FIRa. Xq, ( ( ............................ Mialmi
1II Rvu EIRN ;ST ,I, Y, JR. ( .........................M iam i
1ANDAii, A. FIl[iom (W ....................... Okeechobee




IENJAMIN C. V. FULlER 2(Chl .................. Tallahassee
W Ah.IAC F. F u, (i C ........................Clearwater
DI)Av T'I. Si'sSELL KA 21, E......................... Miami
JAMI, s 13. FIsasr, (C........................ High Springs




IHI :NRY C. F'tr'cI[ ] 3Ag. ......................Gainesville
M Al ti- ,, C. Fu'c I L 4Ag ............................ Starke
I,AlI'ENC lE 1). GABEL AZ GC................................... Orando
LOUls A. (GA\I'ANIs 21Ad.............................Miami




JlIIN M. GAIrA IlTI, J11. 2Ag.................High Springs
lWI:lc r 1F. CGAL: (GC ...........................Jacksonville
IAM S C. GAh.E G.C .............................. Tampa.
JIAMES M. CAlml 2( .I............................Palatka



'T'OMAS I. (;ALE, (GC ........................ ........ Tampa
W IILIAM J. AL,: 2A .............................. Palatka
MtIL'ON T. GAI,1,AH~O;lER :,IE 2Agf ....................Dover
l:ltr:ER: I .1AY (GANT'Is B011 GC ......................... Tampa





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JAMS J. G,\NT, Jz. 4,-\ 3BAd ............. St. Augustine
PAUL GARBLEli TE& 1PM ..........................Miami
MANUEL' M. GA, CIA 1L ............................. Tampa
EARL G. GARDNEaR Ao J 2J .................... Jacksonville




)DA\VI S. GAhiAND 2CiE ......................... Clearwater
Roiar. V. GuAmAc A'\14 3BAd ................. Coral Gables
AROI) GAi l'ETT GC .......................... itlincs City
13ENJAMINE G. GAR(lICK 4,KT GC............. St. Pet ersburg




M PAII'IN GA\,' 2BAd .............................I. looksuvile
IMAl E L. GAxtY 2LA ................................ Ocala
JEImuO) T. GASKINS 3BAd ......................... Areadia
MIGUEhl GASTON ZI GC ...................... HRavana, Cuba




Gts 11. GAulrnial 2BAd............................ Miani
STANLEY II. GAYviow 2PM1\ ......................... Tnampa
MITON GAYNoR IB (C .......................illianmi Beach
JolIN T. GiEE (C ............................... (ainesville




WlI,[IAl U. GEE GC ............................. G inesvillo
NICK I). GEOIRGE 2BAd ........................ Ap)al'c hicola
W ALTrER R. GEORE( E 2ME ........................... Orlando
Louis GERIMAIN N 2ME ...................... Jacksouville




DI)Et, L. Gi s ',iBA 21[Ad ..................... Jacksonville
WILLIAM W. Gl3Bs IIKA GC ................... GfiIIcsvillO
MONROE C. GIIS()oN 2BAd ....................... Tallahassee
FIlDu S. G alIE:l,~r J1G. IIiK', IL.................. .Jacksoivrille




Li,;Ro BI1. GIllES KA GC........................... TaIpa
F. lFRANK GILLESPIEI, 1aR. (iC ...................... Lesburg
GOml)N ID. GAILLINGIlAM 21Ad ................. Miami Beachr
JACK A. GILLON 2PP[M.............................. S'aiford




Riciu i O A. (hI. N 2M E ........................... Stua rt
(1EO. L. GLASS 1l011 GC ............................ T Im p
C IAI:ThEY S. (GIENN 2Ag ......................... oiiestead
JACK E. GIIASON 211Ad ........................ Bradenton





F. FRElRIICK GiLOMllB S. ................... Cocnut (Grove
Grov Rit C. GoDDAIr n 2CE ............ ............. Lakeland
RO T. It. GoR. Cma GC ............................... iarni
Geo. D. GOi\vIN 2BAd .......................... Avon Park




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ALi(,ED H. GOEHY)RT, JR. 3BAd ................. Jacksonville
ROBERT G. GOEIfART 3P ........................ Gainesville
JERRY R. GOLD TEH4) GC ...........................Pahokee
Ross W. GorLs GC ............................. Leesburg




AArN ow OLDJENlBLANK TE4' 2BAd ...................Miami
MANUEL GolMEZ GC( ...............................Miami
JouN M. GONATOS AXA GC ................ Tarpon Springs
IEsNRY R. GoNZALEZ 2PM ........................Pensacola




RsXINAMlI V. GOODBtREAD (GC .................. St. Petersburg
I[AROLD E. GoODING OKN 3BAd .......... West Palm Beach
JAME R 1. GoosoN, JR. :3S ......................Gainesville
G(oiwot R. GooD)WIN 2BAd ................... Ft. Lauderdale




EARLE E. GORDON, JR. 2Cih I......................Pensacola
IIA)olIA M. GORDON I'Emp GC ............. West Palm Beach
.1jA S R. (GOuMl h 2BS .....................Ormond Beach
,JoiN R. GOSSiMAN ]I, ........................... Princeton




AhlviN E. GOIIIULEY P'KT 2B Ad...............St. Petersburg
WILLIAM M. (OZA IIKA 2BAd .................Clearwater
TiHEODolE J. G(ABiLE 'AO) 211S ..................... Tampa
A1LEalI: W. GRAEssLE qAo GC ................. Jacksonville




BIURION W. GIllA1AM C ..........................Naranja
GIoIruia G. (GRAHAIi 3:Ad ....................... Bradenton
I[ENIRY I. G(RAHlAM 31~s ........................ Gainesville
ITlMERlEcr II. GRAIllA t A (C.......................... Naranja




JOIhN E. GtAHAM GC .......................... Jacksonville
Luwis W. GRAHAIM UIKA GC ................... Gainesville
TIOMAs A. GiRAHAM 3BAd ................... St. Augustine
WILSON 8. GIAHIIAM 3BAd ....................... Bradenton




ROIBERT L. GRANOGEI GC .......................... issinmmee
,IElIrscIr lL, L. G(RAVES KA I PM................Tallahassee
IIARlY GRAY Ag .............................. Tallahassee
lowAl It) H. GRAY GC ............................... Cocoa




AI,'s G. GREREN OKN 2CI ...................8t. Petersburg
COlIvIl J. GREEN GC ............................Baldwin ]'I
.JACKl M. GREEN ITKA 2BAd .................... Tallahassee
JOhN M. GIEEN KA 2L .......................Port Orange




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RoY D. GREEN GC .............................. Belle Glade
WINTGON 0. GREEN GC.........................Greensboro
W. W. GREEN GC .............................. Greensboro
GEORGE GIEENBERG TEI 2L .............. West Palm Beach,




LEONARD GREENBLATT TE, GOC ................... .. Miiami
GEORGE 0. GREENE ZX 2P ........................... Oeala
HOWARD W. GREER GC ............................. owey
DONN N. GREGORY OX GC ........................TRampa




HARBERT S. GRED(ORY 3EE ...................... Tallahassee
ROBERT E. GRESIMER AXA 2BS.............. ..... Jacksonvillo
WALTER D. GInIpN IINAl 4 P..................... Bradentni
FRED D. GRI lpl'r IBAd. .................. West Palm Ic0ell




JOSEPH K. GIu(;IBY Ae 2HPI..................... Orlando
GEORGE R. GRIMES KZ GC ................West Palm Beach
WILLIAM C. GRIMES GC ........................... Palmetto
JULIAN L. GRINDSTAFF GC( ...................... Jacksoilville




ELMER W. GROSS 2BAd ........................Coral Gables
STANLEY S. GROSVENOR 2J...................... JacksOuvillc
WILLIAM H. GRUMBLES -AE GC ................. Dunnellon
TI-IoMAs A. GRUNWELL 2PM .................. Punta Gorda




FRANK D. GUER1NSEY, JR. ]IKA GC................O. rldo
HERtMAN GUNTER KA GC ...................... Talldltsseo
EMORY GUY 3EE .............................Oikland Park
JAMES C. GWYNN KA 2L ......................T'allalhssec




JAMES A. HAGUE GC ............................ Plant Cily
JAMES G. HAILE ZAE 2BAd .................... Gainesville
NEALW E. H-AINLIN, JR. (GOC .......................... Miami
JOHN S. HAIR 4dAO 2BAd........................Live Oak




JAMES E. HAI,: GC ........................... Qu11jey
-ANoAI J. HALBROOK 2BS ........................... AbIluch
FRED J. HALE nAZ, GC ............................ ampI:
RUssELL B. HALL ,,KlT GC ............... \est Pal : B13eich




SAM J. HALL ATA 3AB ..........................Pellsacola
CHAFFEE M. HALLMARK ATA 2CE ................. Pellusacolaf
WVILLIAM A. HAMILTON, Jl. BO1301 2L........... Jacksonvill
WooLr]olmn C. HAMILTON BO-II 2BAd ............. Jacksonville




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THrosAs F. 1AlAnA 'rri GC .........................Orlando
B1r ELL F. IHAMI ON 2ME ...........................Miami
WILIAM W. HIAMPTON ZAE 3BAd ..............Gainesville
RICHAMD E. HAMlCuK GC ..................... Okeeehobee




RoLENZo A. fHl Xs GC ....................... Gainesville
JOHN R. HANiEY GC.......................... New Smyrna
MAIt:RE IHlANKS 3EE ....................... St. Petersburg
WILLIAM. Y. C. HANNUAM IIKA 2PM................. Eustis




lJ)M A. IIANSARID C C.............................. Ocala
R v 1). HILANSEN GC ......................... Daytona Beach
(l;o l;u E J. If[Aun:lOI, GC ........................Lake W orth
CARYv A. IARoDEE 2BAd l............................ Trenton




1'IOMAs A. HARDYv WC......................... Jacksonville
I':, l' SH. I[ARvO'Rll A'P G(C..................Jacksonville
BvRON B. IIAil,,Ess, 2BA J ....................... Gainesville
Tos Il. IARLEx Y IN 2BAd ........................Miami




IiBN IA: I .A:I, Ag ............................Lake City
WAr,'hER I1I. I ,AnMLL, .JR. 3'1 .................... Lakeland
WILLIAM 11. IAElL 2Ag ...................... Live Oak
F'iLRD A. IIAIlNN('roN ,+K'T 1BHAd ................... Miami


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Hu\vHl II. IIA\IlJIS II KA 2 '..................... Clearwater
(CIHIlES W. I[HARI lS lAO 31g ..................... Gainesville
IFRA AIcIN I. IHARILS 13011 IlBAd .............Jacksonville
,JIIN 1). IIARRIS IN ,lBAd ................. St. Petersburg




10AN(IS EI. HIARmISN lAO 2ChE ................. .....Tallahassee
IIIENIRY O. 1[AnhlISON 211AAE .........................Samson
KENNIfrlH iP. ItARInsoN GC ......................... Geneva
.1JO N I. IiHARl SON AII, (C ..................... Ft. Pierce




WILsoN It. Ih[AR:SON 2Ag ............................ Jay
( RAD It. IHAL\ Xq, 2AB ...................... Jacksonville
Ii.ENizv L. HAr AI'P GC........................... Foley
I 'x i, 1). I[AlII'. 2A .......................... Orniond Beach




I tMAN G. HASKELL,, JR. 31Ad ................... Gainesville
IoWIN W. las'rTINGs AXA CG .......................Porre
.loN L. I IIA.VERS'TICK 11Kr 1138...............Fernandina
11AROI i, M. I\AWKINS 2CIE ....................Lake Worth





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OTIs P. HAWKINS ZAE GC ................... Jacksolville
DONALD T. HAWLEY 2BS. ........................ Plant City
FRANK O. HAY 2BAd ............................. Alachu
CALVIN E. HAYDEN BOII GC. ................... Jacksonville




JoHN B. HAYES 213BS ............................ Key West
CALDWVELL HAYNES, JR. ZAE 2BAd............... Jacksonville
JOHN F. L. HiEBB IIK4 2CliE................... Jacksonville
FREDERIC C. HEDRICK, JR. ATM IL ............. Jacksonville




] HERBERT HEII)EN TEl' 2BAd ................. Miami Beach
WVEBSTEr B. WEIDT, JR. 2ChE ........................ Dania
RALPH W. HElM GC ...........................Avon Park
FlREi D. HELM -X GC ............................. Miami




CECIL A. HENDERSON 2A ........................ Gainesville
MARVIN H. HENDERSON IIK4 2BAd.................. Tampa
PAUL M. -IENDERSON IIKA 2BAd............... Lakeland
OLAVI M. HENDRICKSON 3AB ........................ Miami




RUSSELL W. HENDRY OX GC .......................Tampa
CHRISTIAN L. HENKEL GC ....................... .Homestead
ARNIE L. HENLEY GC .................... DeFuniak Springs
HIERBERT A. HEiNLEY 3Ag ............... DeFuniak Springs




JOSEPu F. HENNINGTON GC......................... Tampa
ALLEN D. IlENRY 1~ GC ......................Hollywood
CHIIARLES J. HENRY I AO 2BAd ............... St. Augustine
WVrALLAM NM. HENRY IN 2Ag .................... Monticello




PAUL C. HENSON GC .......................... Palm Valley
OSBORNE P. HERNDON 4KT GC .................... anford
WILLDER R. HERNDON Z1E 2BAd .............. Jacksonville
ROY HERSH I, BA GC ............................. nHford




Roir. S. [EWITTr GC ............................ Gainesville
JOIIN A. HEY GC ................................F.. oley
JAMES G. HICKMAN X1 31BAE ................ Miami Beach
JAMEs D. HIcKs 2EE ............................. Pierce




JOHN H-. HIBElrs ,AO 2BAd ............... ... Jacksonville
S EDWARID R. HiIGiTOWER P 2P. ...................... Marian1
BEN H. HILL, JR. EqE 2BAd......................Tampa
COLEMAN HINTON ATO 3BAd .................... Lakeland





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P'ECv1 M. HISTON 2BS ...........................Lakeland
WGol: WH. IISC PBA GC .................... Gainesville
FERFr Mi. 1IRoNs, Jr. 4,AO GC................ Jacksonville
1RoE1r'T E. HITCHCOCK AFP GC............... Winter Haven




(r,yvr: H. IHorSs a2; 2A .....................Gainesville
JAMEs C. Hoains 2HP1............................. Sneads
Miir,'oN V. HIIo soN 2AB ......................Gainesville
[AROLD) H. HOFFMAN 31BS .................... Winter Haven




OcdE K. HooTOAN 3BAd .................... Montgomery, Ala.
Rowi'. I. HI-OKE, JR. 'Ao9 GC................ Louisville, Ky.
(iEona ; L. Holl)D)ER GC .......................... Jacksonville
LAhwENCEl E. HowLDEr 2BSE ..................... Gainesville




SPARKMAN hIOLI)ONG IAg ........................... Dania
JAMes N. Ho,LINGswoRTH (C ..................... Nocatee
CHESTER C. HOLLOWAY GC ....................... Clermont
ELLI S HOLLUMS, ,J 2ME .......................... Miami




ALiiR' A. Houri/ 3AB ......................... Jacksonville
I'I,EASAN't A. IOurT ZX 3BAd .................Jacksonville
THOMAS W. ]ouI'r qAO 2BAd ..................Jacksonville
CHA RLES W. HOMA TE'PI 2AB.......................Miami




CriAs. P. IHOOKEI GC .....................West Palm Beacli
LEE HIOPilR.lt 2X 4A..................................Jacksonville
BrusTo w S. IH'OPPERi GC ..........................Belleview
I[lIaJMEti', J1. HI-onowi'TZ TEI, GC .....................Miami




KENNET'Il J. HIoiroN ATA GC ................ Lake Worth
TIIOMAS J. HOUSE GC ............................ Dunedin
HENRYv HIousi:ER 'IAO GC ......................Jacksonville
W\Vi:sEY MI. I[ousiox GC ........................Winter Park




JUlIrAN IB. HowAm IIHKA 3BAd ................... Orlando
LEON P. HOWAAil) 3IBAd ......................Jacksonville
HARMON V. H-owE GC .................... West Palm Beach
CLm.iouno M. HOWELL 3L ...................... Jacksonville




JOHNNY L. HOWELL AXA GC ............... Chattahoochee.
HENRY S. HOWISON GOC ........................Jacksonville
JOHIN W. Hiowi 2BAd ........................Gainesville
MAluoN O. HUCK XI, 2BAd........................ Jacksonville





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PAUL M H. IIUDDSTON 4KT 2CE ...................Sanford
PAUL B. HUFF ATA 2Ag ................. West Palm Beach
JAMES R. UizhIUANI 2BAE .................... Punta Gorda
JAMES W. HUGHES GC ............................. Miami





CHAs. B. HULCHER 2BAd..................... Daytona Beach
ENNIS L. HULL GC ........................Ft. Lauderdale
RICHARD W. HULL GC .......................... Brooksville
BERT WV. HUMPHRIES 'PKT 2ME....................Orlando




BURTON W. IHUNDERMARK 3Ag. ............... Federal Point
WELLER D. HUNT 2BS ..........................Clearwater
HAROLD R. HUNTER lAB ........................ Gainesville
JAMES C. HUNTER ATI IL ...................... Tavernier




JAMES R. HUNTER Z~E 3J. .........................Tallahassee
WILLIAM F. HUNTER, JR. KA 2L .................. Tampa
VICTOR C. HuSZAGII ZAE GC ............. West Palm Beach
RoST. O. HUTCHIsoN 2BAE ......................Gainesville




CHAUNCEY K. HYATT 2BAd ........................ Tampa
JACK HYMAN TEN 2PM ...........................Tampa
JOHIN P. HVYMAN, JR. KA 3BS.................... Bartow
CLARENCE F. HYRNE GC ............................ Miami




RALPI B. INGLIS AT~ 1E .....................Jacksonville
FRANK S. INMAN GC .......................... Jacksonville
GEORGE A. ISRAEL, JR. IN 2ME....................Tampa
ROBERT H. IVEY ATM 2H-11P....................... Tavares




W ILLIAM R. IvY GC ............................. Lakeland
ALBERT J. JACKSON GC ............................Jupiter
NEWTON C. JACKSON 3BS ..........................Largo
WooDROW W. JACKSON CC ...................... Gainesville




ERNEST J. JACOBS 2BAd ....................... Jacksonville
STANLEY J. JACOBS GOC........................Jacksonville
WILLIAM E. JACOBY TE4, GC ...................... Miami
ROBT. Z. JENKINS ATA 2BAd......................... Jay




PAUL N. JEWITT 3AB ............................Lawtey
WILLIAM F. JIBB IKT 3J ..................... Jacksonville
CLYDE C. JOHNSON 1PM .......................... Evinston
EARLE B. JolHNSON KT 3BAd...................DeLand




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Goanox C. JouINSON 3Ag ............................Baker
HARRY POE JOHNSON Birl 3BAd ........ South Boca Grande
JAMEs M. JoIINsON 1011 J. 1 .................. Jacksonvill
JOHN S. JoiINSoN GC ..........................Plant City




ILovry L. JOHNsoN GC ............................. Largo
McMILLAN 11. JOuiNsos 2A ................. Brazil, Indiana
WILLIAM A. JOHNSoS 2BAd .................... Lake Worth
W ,AiAM E'. JoijtNSON ...........................GainesvIlle




EDMUND C. JOHNSTON 4BAE .................... Kissimmee
HOWARD B. JOHNsrTON 2IBSAE .................... Kissimmee
.JoIN A. JoHNSTON 2BAd .......................... Walton
SHIERARD I S. JOHNSTON 3BAd ....................... Walton




ERNJst L. JOINER, JR. (CC ................... Miami Springs
AnTrHmu D. JoOtNEs :B1S ......................St. Petersburg
CHAs. M. JONES 411 ........................... Gainesville
F'RElD 11. JONES ATA 2AB..........................Century




HIAROtI,) G. JONES, Jl.. GZ E C. ..................... Miami
J,. D])ALT N JONES 3BAd ..........................Sarasota
JAMES E. JONES 2BAd .......................... Srasota
JAME S IH. JONES 2Ag .......................... Jacksonville




JOHN W. JoNES Z1E 3BAd....................... Orlando
LAFAYETTE W. JONES 1P ........................ Monticello
THOMAS 1. JONES, JI. IKA GC ..................Wauchula
WILIAM J. JONES HKA 2BAd ................. Avon Park




VAILACE M. JOPIANIG, JR. KA 2BAd .............Lake City
AlwTiliUit WV. JORDAN, JR. IIKA 2AB ............Clearwater
RtorT,. S. JoaDAN (IBl3 2BAd........................Miami
CHARLES W. JOSEiPI[ 2Ch1E ..................... Jacksonville




LEONARID i. JOSiPHi 2L ..................... Bronx, N. Y. C.
S. BoRms KAGAN 4BAE .......................... Ft. Myers
ARviUr M. KAHN TE' CC.........South Fallsburg, N. Y.
BURTON S. KAHN TE' 2BAd .................Miami Beach




IHARISON L. K AACu. 21BS ........................ Manatee
AmiE L. KAMENOFF TE', C .......................Orlando
(CIANTON Ml. KAMINIS AXA 2AB............ Tarplon Springs
DAVID KANTOIt 2138 ........................... Jacksonvill




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ERAvIN P. KANTOR 4,B1 2BAd ................. Jacksonville
MILTON AM. KAPLAN 413BS ............................Miami
PHILIP KAPLAN 2ChE ............................... Miami
GEORGE V. KARNAN, JR. GC .................. Safety Harbor




ARTHUR E. KARST ,IKT 2Ag ......................Orlando
PAUL H. KARSTEDT GC ..........................Lake City
JEROME G 1KAss KA 3BS...................St. Augustine
WILLIAM E. KATZMEYER GC...................New Smyrna




FRANcIs KEARNEY ZAE .C ........................Tampa
Jo1 IN F. KmEEi KA GC ............................. TInIt
ADRAYN L.r KEEL 2ME .......................... Paisley
HENTRY A. KEEEL 1 2PI .............................Paiskley




PATRICK G. KEEL 2aAE ...........................Pisley
OscAR J. KEEP GOC .............................. MarianmuI
CHARLES C. KEISLING AE+ GO.................. acksonville
OLIVER F. KELLER ATA 2ChE................. .Jacksonville




ROBERT D. KELLER ATA 3ME....................Dunedin
ELMER, R. KELLEY 'UKT 2BAd ................. Jacksonville
HAROLD W. KELLEY 2EE.........................Caryville
HUNTER C. KELLEY KA GC ...................... Gainesville




ILIA M. KELLEY KZ GC ...........................Sebring
KEITH V. KELLEY 2ChE ...................... .lHopewell, Va.
MARSDIEN KELLY ATM 3BAd.......................Tampa
RAYMOND L. KENNEDY GC ........................St. Cloud



WILLIAM S. KENNEDY jX GC .................. Jacksonville
THOMAS C. KENNINGTON 2CE.................Panama City
WARlVWCK F. KENNEY -HP1. ............ .(rcen Cove Springs
A. CLIFTro KEiuY i AO 2HP1 ......................GainesvillC




kRICJHARD A. K(EYEs AXA 2ME....................Orlando
f JoHN D. KICKLIGITTER AlK',' 4BAd ................ Sarasota
HARnY J. KICLITER lR AE 2HIPI .................. Ft. Pierce
L:r;ov R. KI BL E 2BS.......................... Titusville




AssnUY M. KIMIBROUGiH 2Ag ........................Milton
CHARLES D. KIME 2Ag ..........................Orlando
EDWARn L. KING 2BS ...........................Windsor
HENRY L. KING GC .............................. Arcadia




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HILTON L. KING GC ........................... Jacksonville
JACK KING 3-CE ............................ Grand Ridge
JAMES G. KING KA 2BAd .........................Orlando
JAMES N. KIN(G 2EE ..........................Jacksonville




.JETTON KINo, JR. ATQ GC ......................... Tampa
WILLIAM F. KING 1E ............................. Windsor
WALDEMAR P. KINZIE 2ChE ......................Ft. Myers
WICKLIFfE B. KlanY 2CE ....................... Bradenton




ERNEST R. KIRKLAND, JR. GC ......................Tampa
JAMES D. KIRTLEY GC ...........................Miami
LELAND J. KI'rCuEN GC .........................Ft. Myers
TIIOMAS A. KLOOS GC ..........................Lakeland




KENNETII W. Kowz 2ME ..................... Jacksonville
EDiGAR i KLIre:PPELBERG Z'E 2A ............. Jacksonville
DALTON W. KNEESlAw tZ 3Ag:.................. Bradenton
AVERY C. KNIGaHT GC ........................ High Springs




EDWARD B. KN'IGT 2ME ...................... Jacksonville
JAMES C. KNIGIIT ZAE GC ........................ Miami
LAMAR L. KNIGHT 'IKT 3BS ..................Gainesville
TOM 1KNOOT'rS Xp GC ......................... Yankeetown




URIBAN T. 1KOCI[, III Bl)o GOC.............. Daytona Beach
WILLIAM S. KOCH AX 2P ......................... Arcadia
H:oWEL S. KoPP AXA GC ...................... Homestead
ERNESTr W. KIteEclER ATU 2Ag .....................Tampa




ISAAC B. KREINTZMAN, .JR. :L ....................... Milton
WAITIIERt J. KNO!, GC ............................ Favorita
JoUIN 1KRONENTEL) TEQ, GC........................Miami
Lou s D. KI ERit N 2Ag .......................Monticello




IHlU o J. KuMME:a 2Ag ............................Palatka
SAMUEL1 R. LACKEY GOC .........................St. Cloud
WARN ER l. LACKLAND EX 3BAd ................... Deland
D)OZIERa T. LAIRlD 4KT GOC ....................... Lake City




JoIIN R. LAKE GOC ............................. West Bay
CHIAS. S. LAMIB GC ............................Lake Mary
RICHARD L. LAMPP 2CE ..........................Mulberry
B3ENNI,-TT LAND, JR. AXA GC ................... ........Apopka




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ALVIN D. LANI)Y BjA CC .......................Pensaeola
FRANK L. LANE AT 2PM ........................ Tampa
JULIAN B. LANE ATO 3BAd ....................... Tampa
MAUaIcE LANGB E RG C ............................. Jell sell




BERNARD J. LANGSTON AZ 0 GC .................. Lakelad
HARRY L. LAsRIs @BA 2BAd........................acksoville
HERMAN B. LAsRIs bBA 3BAd ................ Jacksonville
CHAs. B. LASSITER GOC ..........................Gainesville




JuDsoN 1H. LASSITER 2Ag ....................... Gainesville
J. S. LAUDERBACK 3A ......................... Jacksonville
RICI[ARD LEAaR (BA GC ...................... Miami Beach
CURTIS W LEE GC ............................. Gainesville




JAMES T. LEGGETT BOIl 2ME.......................Miami
HAROLD N. LEITMhAN GC ........................ Jacksonville
WHITNEY E. LELAND 2AB ............... University Campus
JohN P. LEMAN 21E ..........................Jacksonville




WILLIAM M. LEMAN GC ....................... J.acksonville
ROBT. B. LEONARD KZ GC ................. Ft. Lauderdale
TILOIAS A. LEONARD 3J ............................ Milton
ALVA H. LETTON, 2BS ............................. Valrico




EMANUEL LEVENSON 4BA 2BAd .............Daytona Beach
ROBT. S. LEVIN TE' GC ..........................Miami
ROBT. H. LEVISON KN 3A .................. St. Petersburg
STANLEY B. LEVITCH TE4 GC ...................... Miami




ALBERT M. LEWIS ,N 3A ..................... PI'aaam1 City
AlTURn J. LaEwis KA 2BAd .........................Mariama
EMMETT M. LEWIS 2Ag. ....................... May Springs
HILL C. LEWIS 4KT 2BAd ......................... Jasper




JOiiN D. LEwIs 2BAd .................... West Palm Beach
PASCO J. LEWIS GC ............................... Bagdad
JACK R. LICIITE 2BAd ............................ Sarasota
WALTER W. LII)DE1:L BOI GC .................. Jacksonville




JoiiN C. LINDERMAN ATO GC ................. Lake Wales
HIARRY L. LINDSEY 2A ............................Geineva
WILLIE D. LINES 2L .............................. Quincy
ERNEST W\. LINKEY GC ......................... Zephyrhills




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CHAS. H. LITTLEJOHN IIKA GC ................. Clearwater
RoIEwr B. LIVESAY ZAE 3AB ................. Jacksonville
DONALD) W. LLoY 3HS ......................... Tallahassee
JO(iN U. ,LLOyiD pKT 2L ....I.....................Pompano





MEI,VIN Losr, 2Ab ....................... Grantwood, N. J.
RAYMON'D C. LOCKE GC ..................... St. Petersburg
IlEN.:NIY C. LO AN (IC..............................Lakeland
JACKSON A. LOGAN GC .............................Tampa




JOiiN R. LOGAN 3EE ............................... Ocala
Erm3;E J. LON. ZK 211Pl........................Lake City
JAMEEr R. LosN; GC ............................... Gretna
JOHN H. LONG. OX 3J........................ Jacksonville




WIII1AM 1). LON;G IKA 3BAd .................. Gaincsville
ER'NEr ST Lou.NrZ, Ju. GC ............................ Howey
H ENRY M. LOTT, J E. KA IiAd .....................Tampa
JOHN LOVE (PAO (C .......................... Jacksonville




MARIiAIA T. LOVE 3Ag ......................... Tallahassee
J. TLUs L. Lov..z 4P ........................ Tarpon Springs
EuG;aENE C. Lows 2PM ............................Mi]ami
WIL,IAM E. LowE (GC..............................Miami




EI3. N. LowoliE Zi.E 2A l...................... Tallahassee
Rolr'. K. LowtuY X G(C.................... Ft. Lauderdale
Ello'r I B. LoviE:ss, Ji. 2ChE ..................... Arcadia
DwimrTi E. LrUCA ApI' 2Ag..................... Bradenton




Air ltt LUEIADTKE G(C ...........................Plant City
A L iE) F. LUND (C ............................Key W est
IHENRY C. LhTNsmou) 2Ag .................... laines City
WILLIAM C. LyVrS GC ......................... SuIm erfield




JollN C. LY'rLE, Xi, 311[1. ....................... East Lake
WIll,lAM G. LYLILE .AE 2Ag ................ .....Jacksonvillo
DAvio McANALIY GC ...........................Melbourne
WILLIAM R. MeAIAw'riit OX GC ....................Melton




II AL I. MC('A0li E'N 3(CliE........................Lakelaid
MYR ON W. MCCALL,. G. ....................... Brewtou, Ala.
SAMUEL:, L. McCALL KA 2ChE ...................... Quincv
J. HIOLRTON M[CCAMPHI'IELI, ZAE 2BAd......West Palm Beach





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