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COPYRIGHT 1938

EDWARD BOARDMAN ................ Editor-in-Chief
STEVE RICHARDSON. .............. .Managing Editor
WILLIAM WIGHTMAN .............. .Business Manager




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THE YEARBOOK OF THE


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In this, the twenty-ninth volume of the Seminole, a
the editors have endeavored to catch and pre- 0
serve in the medium of print some of the color *


these covers at least a partial presentation of life
at our University. It is our hope that the divi-
sion pages will create a living picture of the
phases of student activity that will enable the
stranger to better understand our college life,
and that, to the Florida man, these pages will
bring back the tide of youthful memories which
keep us young even in the autumn of life. If but
a small part of our hopes are realized, we, the
Seditors, will not have labored in vain.









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BOOK I University..
Administration

BOOK II Upper Division ...
College of Law .......
Senior Academic
Junior Academic ....

BOOK III General College ...........
Sophomore Academic ......
Freshman Academic ..... 103

BOOK IV Features ..................... 122

BOOK V Athletics ....... ........194
Intramurals ........ ......... 229

BOOK VI Activities....................238
Publications ................ 239
Organizations ............... 249
Military ................... 275
Dance Societies .............. 285

BOOK VII Fraternities ................ .294
Honorary and Professional .... 295
Social ...... ............ 313











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the twenty-ninth volume of the
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THE GOVERNOR

















































FRED P. CONE

AN ALUMNUS of the University of Florida, Governor Cone has
repeatedly exhibited his interest and pride in our University.
To him we all look for that counsel and help which a con-
stantly expanding and improving institution needs, and he has
never failed to give us that support.
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DR. JOHN J. TIGERT
Vanderbilt, 1904
M.A. (Oxon), LL.D.
Ed.D., D.C.L.
D.Litt., L.H.D.
THE UNIVERSITY is fortunate in having as its President one of
America's greatest educators. Under his capable and wise lead-
ership, the University of Florida has become one of the nation's
outstanding colleges, and the passing of each year sees additional
development and improvement as a result of his untiring efforts.




























State Board of Education

FRED P. CONE, Governor ......... .............. Tallahassee
R. A. GRAY, Secretary of State. .................... Tallahassee
W. V. KNOTT, State Treasurer .................... Tallahassee
CARY D. LANDIS, Attorney General ................. Tallahassee
COLIN ENGLISH, State Superintendent of Public Instruction
Tallahassee





Board of Control

W M PALMER .............. .. ........ ............ Ocala
CHARLES P. HELFENSTEIN .. ................. .... Live Oak
HENRY P. ADAIR ................................. Jacksonville
THOMAS W. BRYANT ............................ .. Lakeland
ROYAL P. TERRY ................... ........ ... . Miami
JOHN T. DIAMOND, Secretary. .. ............... ... Tallahassee























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College of Arts and Sciences

Filling two important jobs capably at the Univer-
sity keeps Townes R. Leigh pretty busy during the
scholastic year. Besides holding down the post of
Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, Leigh is
also acting vice president of the University. It was
largely through his efforts that a school of pharmacy
was established here. Dean Leigh later was promoted
from head of the department of chemistry to Dean
of the College of Pharmacy. Leigh Chemical So-
ciety, local undergraduate group, was named in his
honor as a tribute to his achievements. Dean Leigh
is a past national president of Gamma Sigma Epsilon,
honorary chemical fraternity; past president of the
American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy, and
a member of the following societies: Society of Chem-
ical Industries, London; Deutsche Chemische Gessell-
shaft, Berlin; American Institute of Chemists, Amer-
ican Chemistry Society and American Pharmaceut-
ical Association. His social fraternity is Sigma Chi.






Dean TOWNES R. LEIGH
B.S. (luka), A.B. (Lebanon University)
Dean J. N. ANDERSON Ph.D (University of Chicago)
Ph.D. (Johns Hopkins)
M.A. (University of Virginia)










The Graduate School
One of the oldest members of the faculty in point
of service, is kindly, gray-haired J. N. Anderson, dean
of the Graduate School. Dean Anderson left the fac-
ulty of Florida State College for Women to become
head of the department of ancient languages at the
University when it was founded. In 1910 he became
dean of the College of Arts and Sciences and when
the Graduate School was created in 1930, he was ap-
pointed its first dean. He is a Chi Phi.










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The College of Education
Coming to the University in 1916 as professor of
education, Dr. J. W. Norman rose in 1920 to the posi-
tion of dean of the College of Education, then known
as the Teacher's College. He set a pace as head of
the Teacher's College which resulted in the emerg-
ence of the College of Education in 1931. Before his
arrival at the University, Dean Norman had been on
the faculties of Howard College, Richmond College
and the University of Minnesota. He is a member of
Phi Kappa Phi, Kappa Delta Pi, Phi Delta Kappa
and Kappa Phi Kappa.










Dean J. W. NORMAN
Ph.D (Columbia)
Dean H. R. TRUSLER
M.A., LL.B. (Michigan)












College of Law
Before the piercing eyes of Harry R. Trusler has
marched the panorama of the rise of the College of
Law from its founding in 1901 to one of the leading
schools in the Association of American Law Schools.
For Trusler has grown as the College of Law has
grown. He came here in 1901 as professor of law,
was made dean in 1915. His text Essentials of School
Law, is used in a, number of American law colleges.
Dean Trusler is a member of Phi Delta Phi, Alpha
Phi Epsilon, Phi Kappa Phi and Alpha Tau Omega.









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The College of Agriculture
One of the leading agricultural scientists in the
United States is Wilmon Newell, former state plant
commissioner, who became dean of the College of
Agriculture in 1921. Not content with the full-time
job of College of Agriculture, Dean Newell also
directs the varied activities of the experiment station
and agriculture extension. Teaching scientific agricul-
tural work is not the only function of the College of
Agriculture. It also conducts research work in all
phases of Florida farming and helps state farmers
solve their problems in a scientific manner. Dean
Newell is a member of Phi Kappa Phi, Alpha Zeta,
Gamma Sigma Delta and Kappa Sigma.










Dean WILMON NEWELL
Dean WALTER J. MATHERLY D.Sc. (Iowa State College)
A.B. (William Jewell College)
M.A. (Washington University)










College of Business Administration
A two-job man for the past three years, Walter J.
Matherly this year resigned his post as acting dean
of the General College to give full time to his duties
as dean of the College of Business Administration.
Dean Matherly came here in 1926 to serve as director
of the College of Commerce and Journalism, later
divided into the College of Business Administration
and the Department of Journalism. He is a past
president of the American Association of Collegiate
Schools of Business and a member of Alpha Kappa
Psi, Tau Kappa Alpha, Phi Kappa Phi, Beta Gamma
Sigma and Blue Key. Dean Matherly's social fra-
ternity is Sigma Nu.







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General Extension Division
Previous experience in organizing extension divi-
sions at the Universities of Indiana and Arkansas
stood B. C. Riley in good stead when he was called
upon to establish the University's General Extension
Division in 1919. The founder of Blue Key honorary
service fraternity, Dean Riley is a past president of
the Extension Association of Southern Colleges and
Universities and a past vice president of the National
University Extension Association. He is a member of
Phi Kappa Phi, Alpha Zeta, Rotary and Phi Delta
Theta.











Dean B. C. RILEY
A.B. (Iowa), B.S.A. (Missouri)

Dean WINSTON W. LITTLE










Dean of the General College
Guiding and shaping the ever-changing course of
the General College from a spacious office in Language
Hall, Winston W. Little draws for experience upon a
number of years teaching in public schools of the
state. He was principal of St. Petersburg High
School from 1921 to 1931, and during this time or-
ganized and was made first dean of that city's Junior
SCollege. Dean Little came to the University in 1931
as instructor in education. Later he was made asso-
ciate dean of the General College, a position he held
until last year, when he was named dean. In the
Southern Association of Colleges and Secondary
Schools, he is head of the Florida committee and
chairman of the Standing Committee on Standards.






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College of Engineering
From head of the electrical department in 1929 to
dean of the College of Engineering in 1938 is the
story of the rise of energetic young Joseph R. Weil.
When Blake R. Van Leer resigned as dean of the
College of Engineering in 1937, Weil was named act-
ing dean. This year the appointment was confirmed,
and he was made dean. Giving engineering students
a responsible background for their life's work is the
aim of the College of Engineering, and Dean Weil is
actively interested in furthering this aim.












Dean JOSEPH R. WEIL

Dean ROBERT COLDER BEATY
(Vanderbilt University)







Acting Dean of Students
When Robert Colder Beaty was named last sum-
mer to fill the vacancy caused by the death of the
late, beloved Dean B. A. Tolbert, his realization of
the difficulties of the job only resulted in an even
harder effort. Today it can be truthfully said Dean
Beaty has served well in a position that has not once
been an easy one. Beaty graduated from Mississippi
College and received his master's degree at Vander-
bilt University. He did further graduate work at a
number of other colleges. It was in 1925, as secretary
of the YMCA, that Dean Beaty came to the Uni-
versity of Florida. Later he joined the faculty as an
instructor in the department of sociology, and was
promoted in 1928 to assistant dean of students. In
1925 Dean Beaty was state director in Florida for the
National Youth Administration. He is a charter
member of the Florida chapter of Phi Eta Sigma,
member National Association of Deans of Men,
Southern Sociological Society, Blue Key and Rotary.



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The Registrar
Since 1927, has smiling, round-faced Harley W.
Chandler acted as registrar for the University. For
four years before this he was an instructor in math-
ematics. Chandler, who came here from Minnesota
in 1923, has his hands full supervising the involved
work of registration and compilation of statistics on
students. He is president of the Florida Association
of Colleges and Universities, and a member of Sigma
Xi, Gamma Mu, Phi Kappa Phi and Gamma Alpha.
His social fraternity is Phi Kappa Tau.











HARLEY W. CHANDLER
M.S. (University of Iowa),
RUDOLPH WEAVER
Director








School of Architecture and
Allied Arts
Well known inl state architectural circles, Rudolph
Weaver became the first director of the University's
School of Architecture when it was founded in 1925.
Growth of tile school since that time has been steadily
progressive. Along with courses in architecture, the
School of Architecture and Allied Arts now offers
conmmercial art and landscape design as well. Weaver,
a member of the state board of control, developed the
first coordinated project method of teaching architec-
ture. l)irection of new buildling projects on the
campus is also in his hands. Weaver is past president
of tie Florida chapter of the American Institute of
Architecture and a past president of the University of
Florida chapter of Phi Kappa Phi. He is a member
of Phi Mu Alpha (Sinfonia), Sigma Tau and Sigma
Phi Epsilon social fraterility.





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School of Pharmacy
Director Bernard V. Christensen of the School of
Pharmacy is one of the most active and capable men
associated with the University. He was graduated
from the University of Wisconsin where lie received
4his Ph.B., M.S. and Ph.D. Degrees. In 1927 Doctor
Christensen came to the University of Florida as Pro-
fessor of Pharmacognosy and Pharmacology, and in
S1933 he was appointed Director of the School of
Pharmacy. He is a member of the Florida State
Pharmaceutical Association; The American Pharma-
ceutical Association; Sigma Xi, Honorary Scientific
Society; Rho Chi, Honorary Pharmaceutical Society,
National Treasurer, 1931-35; Gamma Alpha Scientific
Society; Phi Sigma, Honorary Biological Fraternity;
Beta Phi Sigma, Professional Pharmaceutical Fra-
ternity; President of the Plant Science Seminar,
1931-32; Fellow in the American Association for the
Advancement of Science; Member of the National
Conference on Pharmaceutical Research. Doctor
Christensen had the honor of having his name in-
cluded in American Men of Science.



BERNARD VICTOR CHRISTENSEN
Director
Ph.D. (Wisconsin)





HAROLD S. NEWINS
Director
Ph.B. (Lafayette); M. F. (Yale)







School of Forestry
As a result of the efforts of Professor Newins, the
University of Florida saw the installation of a School
of Forestry. Professor Newins came to the Uni-
versity in 1935 to act in his capacity as Head of the
Department of Forestry of the College of Agriculture.
During the two and one-half years of service to the
University lie consistently tried to establish a School
of Forestry and the result was the founding of such
a School, offering a four-year degree course and a
two-year Ranger course. Professor Newins is a Fellow
in the Society for the Advancement of Science, a
member of Xi Sigma Pi, national honorary profes-
sional fraternity; Society of American Foresters and
past Chairman of the Southeastern Section; and mem-
ber of Phi Sigma. His social fraternity is Phi Gamma
Delta.




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Acting Librarian
Resignation of Miss Cora Miltimore in September,
1937, as University librarian put Miss Henrie May
Eddy in line for the position she now holds, acting
librarian. Efficient, energetic and with a wide back-
ground as librarian makes tall Miss Eddy well fitted
for the job. Before coming to the University as head
reference librarian in 1927, she managed the circula-
tion department at the University of Tennessee
library. She attended school at the University of
Colorado and has an M. S. degree in library science
from Columbia University. Miss Eddy is a member
of the American Library Association, secretary of
the Florida Library Association, American Associa-
tion of University Women and Delta Kappa Gamma.
Her social sorority is Delta Delta Delta.







Librarian Miss HENRIE MAY EDDY
D. R. "BILLY" MATTHEWS (University of Colorado) M.S. (Columbia)
Director
B.A. (University of Florida)








Director of Florida Union
His parents named him Donald Ray Matthews, but
everyone knows him as "Billy." He's director of
Florida Union, and his affable manner and broad
smile have given the building a distinctive person-
ality. "Billy" was graduated from the University of
Florida in 1929 with a Bachelor of Arts degree. He
stacked up an enviable record of achievements dur-
ing his stay here, being vice president of the student
body, president of Blue Key, president of Sigma Phi
Epsilon and president of the Glee Club among other
honors. After a short session in the state legislature
in 1935, Matthews returned to the University in June,
1936, to act as director of the new Florida Union. He
is a member of Phi Gamma Mu, Tau Kappa Alpha,
Alpha Phi Epsilon, Kappa Phi Kappa, Sabres, Lions,
Young Democrats and Sigma Phi Epsilon.





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Waging a winning battle against infection and
disease on the campus is the University infirmary,
directed by competent Dr. George Clarence Tillman.
Dr. Tillman attended Summerlin Institute at Bartow,
took medicine at Emory University and did postgrad-
uate work at Johns Hopkins University. He came
here in 1916 as clinical assistant to Dr. E. R. Flint,
then University physician. Three years later Dr.
Tillman took over the job and has held it since. In
1927 the infirmary was awarded the "fully approved"
rating of the American College of Surgeons, the only
college infirmary to win the honor. Dr. Tillman is a
past grand historian of Alpha Epsilon Delta, a Fellow
of American College Surgecns and a major in the
Medical Corps of the U. S. Army.










Dr. GEORGE CLARENCE TILLMAN
(Emory University) (Johns Hopkins)
KLEIN H. GRAHAM
Business Manager









Business Manager
Always on the job is Klein H. Graham, an old-
timer who has grown gray in his service as business
manager of the University. Graham became business
manager one year after the University was founded
and has held that position since, a period of over 30
years. He attended the University of West Virginia
and the East Florida Seminary, out of which later
emerged the University of Florida. A past president
of the Association of Southern Educational Buyers
and Business Officers, Graham is also secretary-treas-
urer of the Rotary Educational Loan Corporation,
and a past Exalted Ruler of the Elks. He is a mem-
ber of Pi Gamma Mu, Blue Key, Masons, Knights
Templar, Rotary, Florida Faithful and Beta Theta
Pi.







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THE EXECUTIVI



Student government has completely justified its
existence since its establishment on the campus of
the University of Florida. It has given students prac-
tical experience in handling civic problems and keen
insight into politics. As no other activity can, it
demonstrates the democratic spirit of the University.

If one could attribute leadership toward our pres-
ent democratic system to any department of student
government, it would certainly be to Florida's Ex-
ecutive Council. Their's was the practical and busi-
ness side of the problem, the disbursement of funds
to campus organizations and the determination of
their policies.

Regardless of the trend of politics on the campus,
Florida men have always seen to it that their prin-
cipal governing body was composed of the Univer-
sity's most qualified men and resultingly, the Council's














G(Eio A. SMATuiis THE EXECUTIVE COUNCI
President


















JOHN M. MCCARTY,
Secretary-.Treasurer

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actions have always been unimpeachable and above
criticism. Perhaps it is this unflagging interest on the
part of the students that has made Florida campus
government outstanding among student governments
of today.








musical, dramatic, literary and artistic.
The history of Florida's Executive Council is the

history of successful democratic government on our
campus, for the efficiency of the former has in a large
measure been responsible for the thoroughness and
proper functioning of the latter. ORON ST


HENRY WOOD
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SIDNEY MARSHALL










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DELPH IN ARDUENGO
G.i T. uI'rsdcNs

ALBERT GRAESSLE






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THE HONOR



The Honor Court, perhaps Florida's most
idealistic institution, has well proven itself
worthy of the faith and dependence put upon it
by faculty and students alike. Its development
changed Florida from "just another college" to
the really great University that it is. Through
it, the students had placed in their hands the
third function of all successful governments, a
judiciary.
Arising from that section of the student body
constitution dealing with cheating, stealing and
fraud, an honor code was evolved to govern
the morals of Florida students. Interpreting the
code was a court of honor.





ROBERT COLLINS, Chancellor




















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OPP SIMONSON SMITH MILLS HOBBS JOSEPH
FERDIC ALLEN CROWN BURR DUDLEY












Since its founding, the Honor Court has functioned efficiently
and swiftly in dealing with various culprits charged with vio-
lating the code. Its decisions have always been wisely reached WALLACE JOPLING, Clerk
by the members of the court and never has a verdict been chal-
lenged. The faculty has observed its every decision and co-
operated to enforce it.
Morally, the Court has greatly aided in placing the responsi-
bility for each student's conduct directly on himself and his
fellows, without reliance upon superiors. It has enabled others,
outside the University, to put their trust in students without
fear or projudice. Seldom is this trust violated.
As honor and trust are the cornerstones of democracy, the
Honor Court and what it stands for has been of invaluable aid
in developing the characters of the students within its dominion
and in giving to each the correct balance between right and
wrong. It has been the final touch in the complete democracy
and self-government of a student body.
















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SENIOR LAW
CLASS OFFICERS

FRED S. GILBERT
President

ROBERT MCCRARY
Vice President

STANLEY WEST
Secretary-Treasurer













JUNIOR LAW
CLASS OFFICERS

TIFFANY TURNBULL
President

JACK PINKERTON
Secretary-Treasurer














FRESHMAN LAW
CLASS OFFICERS

: WAREING MILLER
President

SAMUEL O. O'BRYAN, JR.
Vice President

ALBERT COOPER
Secretary-Treasurer



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Senior Law Senior Law
TOP ROW BOTTOM ROW

JAMES C. ADKINS, JR. WALTER BERNARD HUMKEY
LL.B. LL.B., B.S.B.A.
Gainesville Gainesville
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Colonels Club; L'Apache; Phi Delta Phi. Commerce Club; Colonels Club; John Marshall
Society; Phi Delta Phi.
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DELPHIN ARMANDO ARDUENGO '
LL.B.
Tampa JAMES C. HUNTER
Executive Council; Secretary-Treasurer Fresh- LL.B., B.S.B.A.
man Law; Cavaliers; John Marshall Society; Tavares
Los Picaros; Phi Alpha Delta; Newman Club; ATI
Chairman Election Committee.
airman Election Committee. Secretary-Treasurer Junior Law; Band; Delta
v Sigma Pi; John Marshall Society; Phi Alpha
EDWARD F. BOARDMAN Delta.
LL.B., B.S.B.A.
Miami ISAAC BENJAMIN KRENTZMAN, JR.
X4I LL.B., B.S.B.A.
All Campus Forward, '33; Baseball Numeral, Milton
'33; Commerce Club; Young Men's Democratic
Club; Fourth Estate Club; Intra-mural Board, President Freshman Law; President Blue Key;
'36; Handball Manager, '36; Interfraternity Colonels Club; Debate Club; John Marshall
Conference, '35,'36; Executive Council, '36,'37; Society; Phi Alpha Delta; Intramural Board;
White Friars Dance Society; Political Repre- MANUEL GARCIA Student Body Constitutional Revision Com-
sentative; Sabres, Honorary Military Fra- mittee; Varsity Debater; Cheer Leader; Chair-
ternity; Lt. Field Artillery; Blue Key; Make- Profound and constant interest in man Democratic League; Secretary Students
Up Staff Seminole, '34; Fraternity and Organi- Party; Board of Managers Florida Union;
zation Editor, '35,'36; Associate Editor; Man- statecraft . knowledge of stu- Lieutenant Field Artillery; John Marshall So-
aging Editor, '36,'37; Editor of Seminole, '37, dent olitial lore cagey ciety; Commerce Club; Young Men's Demo-
'3; President of Chi Phi. denpolitical lore ... cgey... cratic Club.
calculating . essentially honest v

GEORGE C. BOLLES .. aspiring . grandiloquent ROBERT L. MCCRARY, JR.
LL.B. . profuse . former Alligator LL.B.
Miami Business Manager . he knew Graceville
ATA the game of politics and played IIKA
Colonels Club; Phi Delta Phi; White Friars. it by the boys' rules. Vice President Senior Law,' '3m;, 3 Business
Staff Alligator, '36,'37,'38; Commerce Club;
v Colonels Club; John Marshall Society; Pirates;
ALEXANDER STRACHAN DUNCAN Sabres.
LL.B.
Jacksonville FRED ARCHIE MEATYARD, JR.
IIKA
LL.B.
Colonels Club; Phi Alpha Delta. Gainesville
BOH
MANUEL MICHAEL GARCIA Vice-President Freshman Law; Swimming, '33,
LL.B. Letter, '34, '35, Captain, '36; Blue Key; Colo-
Tampa nels Club; Delta Sigma Pi; F Club.
Business Manager Alligator, '36, '37; Executive to.
Council, '34,'35; Chairman Cap and Gown Com-
mittee, '34,'35; Assistant Business Manager VINCENT PEEL
Alligator, '35, '36; Circulation Manager Semi-
nole, '34, '35; Advertising Manager, '35, '36; LL.B.
Colonels Club; John Marshall Society; Who's Melbourne
Who in American Colleges and Universities, A
'37,'38; President Young Democrats, '35, '36.
Executive Council, '31, '32, '33; Farr Literary
B Society; I. R. C.; Y.M.C.A.; Interfraternity
FRED S. GILBERT, JR. Conference.
LL.B.
Jacksonville WILLIAM SAMUEL RODGERS, JR.
IIKD LL.B., B.S.B.A.
President Senior Law; Vice President Junior Tampa
Law; Secretary Board of Student Publications:
Blue Key; John Marshall Society; Phi Delta President Junior Law; John Marshall Society;
Phi; Phi Kappa Phi. Phi Delta Phi.


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TOP ROW BOTTOM ROW

PHILIP NATHAN SELBER MICHAEL N. ARFARAS
raL.B. Tarpon Springs
Jacksonville A AXA
TE E Y.M.C.A.
Alligator, '33, '34, '35; Seminole, '33, '34, '35;
Ilue Key; Debate Club; John Marshall Society;
I'li Kappa Phi. V


GEORGE ARMISTEAD SMATHERS ROBERT MCKINNEY BARTON
LL.B., A.B. St. Petersburg
Miami XN
2AE Alligator, '33, '34, '35; Sports Editor, '36; Blue
Executive Council, '34; President Student Body, Iey; John Marshall Society; Phi Alpha Delta.
'37-'38; football, '32; Track, '33; Basket Ball,
'33, '34, '35, Captain, '36; Blue Key; Colonels
Club; Debate Club; Florida Players; John Mar-
shall Society; Phi Delta Phi; Pirates.

MAURICE J. CROMER
KENNETH TAYLOR SMITH Miami
LL.B., A.B.
Bartow GROVER ROBINSON John Marshall ociety.
ATI2
Seminole, '35, '36; Alligator, '34, '35; Farr Bluff geniality . friendliness..
Literary Society; I. R. C.; John Marshall So- administrative ability . hearti- v
clety; Leigh Chemical Society; Phi Delta Phi; cha
I'li nKappa Phi; Young Men's Democratic Club; ness . unimpeachable character
it. O. T. C.; FFF Club; Managing Editor, . optimistic outlook . sin-
1o10k, '35. opiisi ANSON I. DREISEN
Boo, '. cere . impatience with sham AN N DREISEN

. high aim . willingness to Miami
EMORY EVANS WALKER work . President of the Y. M. 4BA
I. ABeta Gamma" Sigma; John Marshall Society;
S.. C. A. . he numbers many Senior Manager Intramural Board.
Gainesville friends
Phi Alpha Delta.


HARRY R. WANSKER
LL.B., I.S.B.A. MARGARET EDWARDS
Jacksonville Lakeland
SLakeland




STANLEY L. WEST WILLIAM WADE HAMPTON, III
I.. Gainesville
Jacksonville MAE
Secretary-Treasurer Senior Law; John Mar- Colonels Club; Delta Sigma Pi; Sabres.
shall Society; Phi Alplha Delta.



Junior Law PAUL LIONEL EDWARD HELLIWELL

GEORGE EDWARD ALLEN Tampa
Fort Myers X i,
llonor Court, '37; Football, '33; Commerce Seminole, '38; John Marshall Society; Los
( lob; D elta Sigma 1l; John Marshall So iety; Picaros; Order of Palms; Phi Alpha Delta; R.
hi Alph )elta. 0. T. C.


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TOP ROW BOTTOM ROW
JOHN PATTON HYMAN, JR. JAMES S. MOODY
Bartow Plant City
KA HKA
Executive Council, '36; President Freshman Colonels Club; Phi Delta Phi.
Law; Varsity Debate Manager; Colonels Club;
Debate Club; John Marshall Society; Pirates;
R. 0. T. C.


JOE MORAN

EDMUND COVINGTON JOHNSTON Tampa
KT
Gainesville Alpha Kappa Psi.
Secretary-Treasurer Senior Class; Cavaliers.



DWIGHT EUGENE OGIER
DAVID V. KERNS Jacksonville
Waverly OKN
WaverlyAlligator, '32; Farr Literary Society; John
AXA Marshall Society; White Friars.
Alpha Kappa Psi.

FRED GILBERT V

Mind that cuts to the point . .
pleasant . reticent .. key man MADISON F. PACETTI
JACK HAMLIN KLINE between publications officers and St. Augustine
Orlando the board . hard-working . Cavaliers; Phi Alpha Delta.
enviable scholastic average . .
IIKA President of the Senior Law Class
Colonels Club; John Marshall Society; Phi P smooth.. mannerly .he v
Delta Phi; Phi Eta Sigma. mannerly ...
keeps his counsel.
MARCUS LEONARD PEPPER
Daytona Beach

GEORGE CHANDLER MCCAUGHAN !A '- I Executive Council, '35; Finance Committee,
GO E Miami NAtU A '35; Seminole, '33, '34; Alligator, '33, '34.
Miami
Honor Court, '36; Seminole, '34; Florida Re- %t
view, '34, '35, '36; Florida Players; John Mar- i-s
shall Society; Order of Palms.

'V JACK C. PINKERTON
Howey-in-the-Hills
mas, ATO
FRANK D. McDEVITT So IlSecretary-Treasurer Junior Law; Boxing, '35;
iAlligator, '34, '35; Colonels Club; L'Apache;
Pinellas Park Phi Delta Phi; Sabres: F Club.
John Marshall Society; Phi Alpha Delta.



WILLIAM BRADFORD ROMAN

T. C. MERCHANT Miami
IIKI
Madison Beta Gamma Sigma; Delta Sigma Pi; Phi Eta
OX Sigma; Phi Kappa Phi; Alpha Phi Omega.


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Junior Law Junior Laiw
TOE' ROW BOTTOM ROW

LEO ROSENBLUM T. TIFFANY TURNBULL
Daytona Beach Monticello
'PBA AO
Vice President Freshman Law; President
Junior Law; Baseball, '34; Bacchus; Colonels
Club; Delta Sigma Pi; John Marshall Society;
W Sabres; White Friars.

ARNOLD RUBIN
SMiami WILLIAM JACKSON VAUGHN
Miami
4BA Melbourne
John Marshall Society. IN


SELDEN FENNELL WALDO
Gainesville
FRANCIS KIERNAN SCHOONMAKER Gain
2AE
St. Petersburg Chancellor Honor Court, '37; Executive Council,
Debate Club. '36; Chancellor Summer Session Honor Court,
'35; General Chairman Homecoming, '37; Semi-
nole Hall of Fame, '37; Outstanding Freshman,
'34; Who's Who in American Colleges and Uni-
versities, '38; Debate Team, '34, '35, '36, '37;
TOM FLEMING Blue Key; Colonels Club; Debate Club; John
Marshall Society; Phi Delta Phi; Phi Kappa
Freshtman Law Brimful of boyish charm and en- Phi; Tau Kappa Alpha; White Friars; Inter-
thusiasm . alert mind that flits
WILLIAM PAUL SHELLEY, JR. like a shadow . friendly . .
Tallahassee genial .. constantly cheerful ... Freshman Lair
ATO impulsive . sincere . presi-
Executive Councl, '38; Baseball, '34; Blue Key; dent of four groups, including WILLIAM WILSON ARNOLD
Iaccllus; Colonels Club; John Mlarshall So-
iety; L'Apache; Sabres; Major, R. O. T. C., the Senior Class and White Friars Groveland
'37; Pistol Team Captain, '37.
7; tol Team Captn, '37. . .his smile could carry him. IAE
Alpha Kappa Psi; Beta Gamma Sigma; Debate
Club.


STEPHEN P. SMITH, JR. MURRAY DuBoIS CARMICHAEL
r A.a.
Jacksonville ^ West Beac


Kappa Kappa Psi; Band, '32, '33.







Colonels Club; Pirates.
SAM F. CARTER
HAROLD TANNEN I.A.
Mianii Beach West Palm Beach




ALBERT THARIN COOPER
HENRY S. TOLAND aB.S.B.A.
Monticello
Tampa ZN
IN lSec.-Treas. Freshman Law Class; Bacchus;
GIolf, '34, '35, Captain, '36(; Blue Key; Phi Delta Colonels Club; L'Apache; Sabres; Interfratern-
Phi; Sabres. ity Conference.


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Freshman Law Freshman Law
TOP ROW BOTTOM ROW

JACK HANSEN COPPLE WALLACE MALCOLM JOPLING
B.S.B.A. Lake City
Washington, Indiana KA
Beta Gamma Sigma; Propellor Club; Phi Eta Clerk Honor Court, '37, '38; Seminole, '36; Colo-
Sigma. nels Club; John Marshall Society; L'Apache;
Phi Eta Sigma; Sabres.
'V


A. L. DRIGGERS
B.S.B.A. JOHN MOORE MCCARTY
Lake Butler Fort Pierce
ZSE
Executive Council, '36, '37, Secretary-Treasurer,
V '37, '38; Football, Basket Ball, Baseball, '37;
Blue Key; Colonels Club; Bacchus; Debate
Club; John Marshall Society; L'Apache; Sabres;
Sigma Delta Psi; White Friars.
0. E. FARRINGTON
B.S.B.A.
Fort Lauderdale
KZG GUYTON PIERCE MCCORD
Executive Council, '37-'38; Bacchus; Colonels
Club; John Marshall Society; Phi Eta Sigma; Tallahassee
White Friars. KEITH GRIGSBY IAE

v Potent personality in pow wow...
political chieftain... appreciation

WILSON FREEMAN of the realities of life . witty WILLIAM WALTON MASSEY
... conservative . reliable ... B..B.A
Jacksonville affable . former Chairman of Quincy
KA the Democratic League . "he Commerce Club; John Marshall Society.
Seminole, '34; L'Apache. saved others, himself he could

not." v

WAREING THOMAS MILLER

Louis ANDREW GAITANIS West P Beach.
West Panli Beach
B.S.B.A.
Miami ,Pres. Freshman Law Class, '37, '38; Football,
'35; Colonels Club; Pirates; F Club.




JOHN DAVID HARRIS JOHN MOORE
B.S.B.A. A.B.
St. Petersburg Boca Raton
IN 14ZE
Colonels Club; Kappa Kappa Psi; L'Apache.



H. E. MOREDOCK

OLAVI M. HENDRICKSON Miami
A.B. KA
Miami Tennis, '35; Alpha Kappa Psi.


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Fresh man Law Freshman Law
TOP ROW BOTTOM ROW
SAMUEL OLIVER O'BRYAN TY WILLIAM A. SPENCE
A.B. Metropolis, Indiana
Miami IIKA
Vice Pres. Freshman Law Class, '37, '38; Ten- Pi Da
nis, '35,'36, '36,'37, '37,'38; F Club. eta Phi.





MAYNARD RAMSEY RICHARD THOMAS TENCH
Tampa Clearwater
ZAE
Cioir, '36, '37; Colonels Club; L'Apache.
r


BILL CAUL WAINWRIGHT
JAMES D. RAYE Lawtey
Jacksonville AXA
Delta Sigma Pi.
v ARCHIE MEATYARD

Spirited . likeable . legal v
GEORGE JAMES ROARK minded . diplomatic . ath-
Pensacola letic . moral rectitude . .
Cavaliers. knows his way in politics ... safe JOHN LAWSON WARREN
honor point average . swim- B.A.B.A.
IV ming team . friendliness . Gainesville
politically dependable . a witty X
GROVER CLEVELAND ROBINSON companion.
B.S.B.A.
Pensacola
nAE
Pros. Jr. I~aw Class, '36, '37; Blue Key; Cava- K
liers; Siabres; Y. M. C.A. KENNETH A. WHITE
Pensacola
VN
Boxing, '34; Cavaliers.

DWIGHIT LAING ROGERS
Fort Lauderdale

Board or Student Publicatious, '37, '38; Alli-
gaitor, '34, '35, '36,'37, '37,'38; Seminole, '36; RALPH BRAITHWAITE WILSON
'37, '37, '38; L'Apache.
Palatka




C(IAWFORD SOLOMON
Jacksonville ALFRED WOODS
IX Tampa
Colonels Club; Pirates. Fourth Estate.


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SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS






















THOMAS F. FLEMING ....................... ............ President
GEORGE BUCKNER ................................ Vice President
DOWNER RENSHAW ........... ................. Secretary-Treasurer











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W. C. AIRTH WILLIAM HENRY ALBRIGHT, JR.
B.S.B.A. B.S.B.A.
Business Administration Business Administration
Live Oak Orlando
'PA0 Alpha Kappa Psi; Beta Gamma
Alpha Kappa Psi. Sigma; Phi Eta Sigma.



C. 0. ALLAN, JR.
B.S.A. HEWLETT SULLIVAN ANDERSON
Agriculture A.B.
Panama City Arts and Sciences
Business Manager F Book, '38:; Flor- Gainesville
ida College Farmer, '36, '37, circula-
tion manager, '38; Alpha Zeta; Tore-
ador Club.


PHILIP STONE AREY WALLACE J. AREY
B.S.A. B.S.A.
Agriculture Agriculture
MontverdeMontverde
ArP Kappa Kappa Psi; N'ewell Entomo-
Ag Club; Newell Entomological logical Society.
Society.

IVV

WALLACE FARIS ARMSTRONG
B.S.CH.E. HARRY LEE ASKEW, JR.
Engineering A.B.
Miami Arts and Sciences
A. I. Ch. E.; Benton Engineering; Lakeland
Gamma Sigma Epsilon; Phi Eta Cavaliers; English Club.
Sigma; Sigma Tau.



HORACE DENISON ATKINSON JOHN FRANKLIN ATKINSON
B.S. B.S.E.E.
Arts and Sciences Engineering
Orlando Lake City
Alpha Epsilon Delta; Phi Eta Sigma; Chairman, A. I. E. E.; Benton Engin-
Phi Beta Kappa. eering; Sigma Tau.



JOHN LONG AVANT WILLIAM EAVEY BABER
B.S.B.A.
Business Administration B.S.L.A.
Miami Architecture
BOII Green Cove Springs
Seminole, '35; Alligator, 35, 36; Executive Council, '38; Fine Arts
Seminole, '35; ASlligator, 35, '36; S'ociety; Gargoyle.
Delta Sigma Pi.




EDWARD RIDDICK BARDEN, JR. BARNEY BARFIELD
A.B. B.S.E.E.
Arts and Sciences Engineering
Fort Myers Miami
A. 1. E. E.; Benton iEngineering.



JEAN T. BARROW
B.S.C.E. ABERT DEAN BARRY
Engineering A.B.
DeSoto City Arts and Sciences
A. S. C. E., '35, '36, '37, '38; Benton Clearwater
Engineering, '35, '36, '37; Band '35, Honor Court, '37; Wrestling, '34;
'36, '37; Kappa Kappa Psi; University Gator Pep Club; Presbyterian Student
Orchestra. Session.





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CLIFFORD CARLTON BEASLEY ROBERT BUCKNER BEASLEY
B.A. A.B.
Arts and Sciences Arts and Sciences
Sanford Jacksonville
,KT I. R. C.; Phi Eta Sigma; Phi Beta
Editor F Book, '37; Associate Editor Kappa; C. L. O. Executive Board.
Seminole, '37; Alligator, '36, '37; Blue
Key; Interfraternity Conference,
P'resident. k,


OTIS BELL J. P. BENJAMIN, JR.
HI.S.A.E. B.S.M.E.
Education Engineering
G(ainesville Jacksonville
API' A. S. M. E.; Benton Engineering;
Kappa D)eltLa PI, President, '3; Kappa Sigma Tau; Alpha Phi Omega; Cap-
Phi Kappa; Collegiate FFA. tain, R. O. T. C.


RoY A. BENJAMIN, JR.
.A.J. DUDLEY WOODROW BENSON
Journalism B.A.E.
Jacksonville Education
BA Flagler Beach
Sigma Delta Chi, president, '37, '38; Flagler Beach
!Fourth Estate Clubh, vice president Band; University Orchestra; Y.M.C.A.
'37, '38; Alligator Staff, '35, '36, '37,
'38; Seminole, '36, '37; Intramural
Hoard '36, '37; Phi Eta Sigma; Phi
Kappa Phli Interf'raternity Confer-
etnce; Student Assistant Journalism In
Department '37, '38. ROBERT L ENSON
,r ROBERT Louis BENSON
B.S.
GEORGE ROYAL BENSON ..Pharmacy
.A.E. Pharmacy
Edc.A.tn. Gainesville
Education Mortar and Pestle; Rho Chi.
Flagler Beach
Executive Counail Sumlmller, '3:1.


RicHARD JUDSON BESTOR ROBERT JERRY BEVILLE
B.S.B.A. B.S.B.A.
Business Administration Business Administration
Clewiston Fort Lauderdale
HK'I'
Alphda Kappa PIsi ; l'rpellor Clh; Bacchus; Commerce Club; L'Apache;
White [rhlars; Newman lub.. Propellor Club.



EDMOND E. BISSON DAVID WM. BLACK
.S.M.E. B.S.B.A.
Engineering Business Administration
Melbourne Milton
A. S. M. E.; Denton Engineering,
Sigma Taun; Newman Club. Alligator, '38.



DONALD DURWODY BLACKBURN
HARRY EUGENE BLACK B.S.B.A.
R.S.I.A. Business Administration
Business Administration Tampa
I)Daytona Beach 2 AE
Colrlll crce Club; I)elta Sigma Pi. L'Apache; Sabres.




CHARLEs E. BLANTON ARMAND HENRY BONNETTE
B.S.E.E. B.A.J.
Engineerinp g Arts and Sciences
Perry St. Petersburg
1. Managing Editor, Alligator, '38;
ida Engineering. Fourth Estate; Sigma Delta Chi.






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EDWARD LEWIS BONNEY JOHN WILLIAM BOONE
B.S.M.E. B.S.B.A.
Engineering Business Administration
Miami Jacksonville
IIAZ. ,AO
A. S. M. E.; Benton Engineering;
Band; University Orchestra; R. O. A.


HARRY WARD BOWER
WILLIAM KENT BOYLE
B.S.B.A.
Business Administration A.B.
Orlando Law
IIKA Washington, D. C.
Beta Alpha Psi, president; Beta Tennis, '37; White Friars.
Gamma Sigma, secretary-treasurer;
Commerce Club, vice president; Var-
sity Debate Manager, '38; Debate
Club; Blue Key; Phi Eta Sigma; Delta V
Sigma Pi, chancellor; Sophomore
Class Social Committee; Junior Class
Finance Committee; Senior Class Cap ORLEY KENNITH BRALEY, JR.
and Gown Committee. B.A.J.
SArts and Sciences
ARTHUR THOMAS BRANDON, JR. West Palm Beach
B.S.B.A. HK
Business Administration Phi Kappa Phi; Sigma Delta Chi.
Palmetto
Cavaliers; Delta Sigma Pi.
PAUL HOWARD BROCK, JR.
B.S.
Education
C. H. BRAMMER Pensacolation
a..E Pensacola
B.S.CH.EAT
Engineering Football, '34, '36; Basket Ball, '34;
St. Cloud Track, '34; Boxing, '35.
A. I. Ch. E.; Benton Engineering;
Band; Florida Players. V

DONALD E. BROWN

PHILIP A. BROWNING Arts and Sciences
B.S.A. St. Petersburg
Agriculture HKII
Trenton Fourth Estate; Sigma Delta Cli.
Collegiate FFA.



EARL J. BROWN, JR. JOHN ALDEN BROWN, JR.
B.S. A.B.
Arts and Sciences
Business Administration Arts and Sciences
Daytona Beach
Tampa Clerk Honor Court, Summer, '36;
ZN Commerce Club; Cavaliers; I. R. C.
Glee Club.



RICHARD GERARD BROWN KENNETH ALEXANDER BRYANT
B.S.B.A.
a.A.E.
Business Administration Education
Daytona Beach Gainesville
Beta Gamma Sigma; Cavaliers; Pro-
pellor Club; Alpha Phi Omega; New- Debate Club; Florida Rifles.
man Club.
qV


GEORGE H. BUCHNER GEORGE WILLIAM BURCH
B.S.B.A. B.S.
Business Administration Arts and Sciences
Gainesville Ft. Lauderdale
Vice President, Senior Class, '38. X(
Tennis, '35; '36, '37; F Club.





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R. HUDSON BURR, JR. R. SPENCER BURRESS
B.S. A.B.
Arts and Sciences Arts and Sciences
Tallahassee Tampa
Honor Court, '38; YMCA; CLO; Meth- @AO
odist Student Organization. Baseball, '37; Blue Key; White
Friars; F Club.

LEONARD CALDWELL, JR.
5.S.B.A. WALLACE 0. CAMPBELL
Business Administration A A c
Mulberry Arts and Sciences
IIKA Arcadia
Alligator, '34; Commerce Club; I. R. AX
C.; L'Apache; Propellor Club; Inter-
fraternity Conference, '36, '37, '38;
Captain R. 0. C.


HENRY KISSAM CARDENAS STIG GEORGE CARLSON
B.S. B.S.
Arts and Sciences Agriculture
Orlando Lake Hamilton
Alligator, '35, '36, '37, '38; Fourth Es-
tate; Florida Players; Gator Pep
(Club; 1. R. C.; Radio Guild; Fresh-
man Deblate Slquad.


L. ALE CARLTON ED TAYLOR CARMICHAEL
B.S.B.A.
a.S.H.PL. Business Administration
Education,
Wauchula Tampa
ootball, '33;'ennis, '34; Seminole, '35; Commerce
S~ootball, '33; Cavaliers. Club; Propellor Club.



JULIET HASKELL CARRINGTON
B.S.B.A. CHARLES L. CARROLL
Agriculture A.B.
Clertmont Arts and Sciences
Florida College Farmer, '37, '38; Ag.
Cl'l); Phi Sigmra; T hyrsus; Co-Ed Marianna
('lab; Newell Entomological Society.



ROBERT L. CASEY
A.L. ARTHUR KIRKLAND CHAPMAN
Arts and Sciences B.A.E.
Coral Gables Education
2:,IE Newberry
L'Alalche.


I)ICK BEAUREGARD CHEATHAM
A.B. JOHN DEATON CHOATE
Arts and Sciences B.S.B.A.
Miami Business Administration
14,E Trenton
C'lerk lonor Court, '37; President, Beta Gamma Sigma; Glee Club;
Siglma 'Phi Epsllon; D)ebate Club; Var- Sabres.
sity Debate, '3(I, '37, '38; Florida
I'layers; YMXIA,


BERNARD COKER LouIS VICTOR COLEMAN, JR.
A.B. B.S.PHY.
Arts and Sciences Pharmacy
Pharmacy
Selbring St. Cloud
Ki Executive Council, '38; Mortar and
Bandm. Pestle; Phi Sigma; Rho Chi.





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RALPH F. COLLINS, JR. ROBERT L. COLLINS
B.S.PHY. B.S.B.A
Pharmacy .Business Administration
Bushnell Umatilla
Mortar and Pestle 'N
H-onor Court '37, Chancellor '3S;
Swimming, numeral '35, letter '36,
'37; Blue Key; Beta Gannma Sigma;
Commerce Club; Cavaliers; Sabres; IT
Club.
LYNDON CHADWICK CONLON Club.
B.S.B.A.
Business Administration WLLIAM HAMILTON COOK
HollywoodA.
AXo Arts and Sciences
X West Palmhn Beach
Alligator '35; Seminole '35; Commerce
Club; Delta Sigma Pi. ZAE
Pirates.

SHADE LANIER COSPER
B.S.B.A.
Business Administration WILFRED T. COUCH
Miami Beach A.B.
Arts and Sciences
Commerce Club; Debate Club; Propel- St. Petersburg
lor Club; Basket Ball '36.


WALLACE POWER COVINGTON
MARCUS EUCLID COVINGTON, JR. B.A.E.
B.S.B.A. Education
Business AdAiiaistration Jacksonville
Avon Park oX
Delta Sigma Pi; Propellor Club. Alligator '34; Bacchus; Sabres; White
Friars; Interfraternity Conference;
Captain R. 0. T. C.


ROBERT HARRIS CROSBIE WM. E. CROWN
B.S.CH.E. B.S.B.A.
Engineering Business Administration
Lakeland Clearwater
A. I. Ch. E.; Benton Engineering Ilollor Court '38; Alpha Kappa Psi;
B eta Gamlnma Sigma; Coummerce Club.




ATHELSTON CROWSON ROBERT H. CULVER
B.A.E. B.S.CH.E.
Education Engineering
Pensacola Miami
A. I. Ch. E.; Benton Engineering.




WARREN RICHARDSON CUSHING f
B.S.E.E. HUGH D'ANNA, JR.
Engineering nB.S.A.E.
Gainesville Architecture
A. I. E. E. Tallahassee



NELSON PHILLIP DAVIS WAYNE PIERCE DEAN
B.S. B.S.A.
Forestry Agriculture
Tampa St. Petersburg
ATI2 Florida. College Farmer, '35, '36; Ag.
Football, numeral '34, letter '37; Club; Phi Eta Sigma; Toreador Club;
Pirates Newell Entomological Society.






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RICHARD RICHARDSON DEAS JOHN ROLAND DEBRUYN
B.S.BA. Graduate
Business Administration Gainesville
Sanford Phi Eta Sigma; Phi Kappa Phi; Phi
IIKA Beta Kappa.
Delta Sigma 'i.



PAUL H. DELANEY SEEBER M. DENMARK
B.A. B.A.E.
Education Education
Etowah, Tennessee St. Augustine
ATQ OX
Baseball Letter, '37. Propellor Club; Sabres; White Friars.



DAVID A. DENSLOW ROBERT HENRY DOPP
B.A.RT HENRY Dop
B.A. B.S.C.E.
Arts and Sciences B.S.C.E.
Cleront Engineering
Clermont Key West
Ixecutive Council, '37; Alligator, Key West
'36, '37, '38; Florida Review, '37; Executive Council, '38; A. S. C. E.:
l'ourtli Estate, secretary, '37; Los Benton Engineering.
I'Icaros; Phi Eta Sigma president,
'34, '36; Y.M.C.A.; Co-originator of
"(,ator News of the Air."

LEM C. DOWNS
JOHN R. DOWD B.S.B.A.
B.S.PHY. Business Administration
Pharmacy Mount Dora
Moore Haven IIKM

Alligator, '35, Advertising Manager, Cavaliers.
'37; Seminole, Associate Editor, '38;
Mortar and Pestle; Sabres; lnterfra-
ternlty Conference, vice president,
'38, secretary-treasurer, '37.
JAMES CLYDE DRIGGERS
SB.S.A.
WALTER L. DRAUGHON Agriculture
B.S.B.A. Wauchula
Business Administration ArP
Fort Myers Florida College Farmer.

Alligator, assistant managing editor,
'3s, associate editor,'37; Seminole,'36;
Florida Review, '36; Fourth Estate;
l'lorida Players. JAMES ROY DUGGAN
B.S.B.A.
CHARiLEs WILLIAM DUDLEY, JR. Business Administration
,.A.E. West Palm Beach
Education XAE
Jacksonville Baseball, '35.
Ihonor ('ourt, '38; Kappa Plhi Kappa;
\VRUl" staff radio guild.


FRANK EUGENE EBY
JOHN BENNETT DUNCAN
B.S.I.E.
H.S.n.A.
Business Administration Engineering
Summnerfild Lake Wales
Semi unole, '36, '37, '38; Vice president Benton Engineering; Sigma Tau; S.
Cavaliers, '38:; Band, '36, '37; Ad- A. M., president.
vanced Military; Band: Commerce
Club; Cavallers ; Propellor Club.


RoY W. ECHOLS
HARRY PHILLIP EDWARDS
.B.A B.A.
Business Administration BA
Sanford~ Arts and Sciences
Secretatry-treasurer, Athletic Council, Boston, Massachusetts
'38; lIoxh;g, numeral, '35; letter, '3(6, German Club.
Ge'37; 1a CCl






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JAMES G. EDWARDS L. K. EDWARDS, JR.
B.S.B.A. B.S.A.
Business Administration Agriculture
Tampa Irvine

Bacchus. Secretary-treasurer Sophomore Class,
'36; Ag. Club; Blue Key; Toreador
Club.
RODNEY LINCOLN ELKIND
B.A.J.
Arts and Sciences
New York, N. Y. THEO. H. ELLIS
Alligator, '38; Fourth Estate; Glee A.B.
Club; Sigma Delta Chi, treasurer; Arts and Sciences
WRUF. Alachua


DAVID LEE EMERSON
B.S.
Arts and Sciences ORRIS R. EVERS
IV~iam ORRIS R. EVERS
Miami
IIa B.S.A.
A. I. Ch. E.; Band; Leigh Chem.; Uni- Agriculture
versity Orchestra; American Chemi- Bartow
cal Society. AFP
Florida College Farmer, '3S; Ag. Club;
DAVID RUSSELL EYMAN Newell Entomological Society.
B.S.E.E.
Engineering
Tallahassee RICHARD F. EZZARD
A. I. E. E.; Benton Engineering; Phi B.S.B.A.
Eta Sigma; Sigma Tau. Business Administration
Winter Garden
XQ4
PHIL H. FAIRCHILD Honor Court, '37; Track, '35; Alpha
B.S.B.A. Kappa Psi; Blue Key; Beta Gamma
Sigma; Band; Florida Players; Kappa
Business Administration Kappa Psi; Phi Eta Sigma; Sabres;
Ft. Lauderdale University Orchestra.
ATA W
White Friars; Interfraternity Con- EDGAR L. FEINBERG
ference.
B.S.
CHARLES HAROLD FELTON Arts and Sciences
B.S.CH.E.Ocala
Engineering Alpha Epsilon Delta; Oamnmma Sigma
Engineering Epsilon; Leigh Chemical.
Key West
A. I. Ch. E.: Benton Engineering;
Leigh Chemical
JESS P. FERRILL, JR.
B.S.B.A.
WALTER FISHER Business Administration
Tampa
B.S.B.A.
ATIl
Business Administration Football, numeral, 33; Boxing,
Alachua eral, '33, letter, '34, captain, '35; 13lue
Key; Bacchus; I. R1. C. l'ropellor
Club; Pirates; Sabres; F Club.
Alligator, '32, '33, '34; Commerce
Club; Propellor Club; White Friars. V

FRANK LEO FLANAGAN
THOMAS FARRAR FLEMING FRANK LEO FLANAGAN
B ..S.B.A.
B.S.B.A.
Business Administration Business Administration
Ft. Lauderdale Schenectady, New York
XCu Commerce Club; Cavaliers; Propellor
Club; Newman Club.
President Senior Class, '37; Secre-
tary-Treasurer Junior Class, '37;
White Friars, president, '38; Presi-
dent Chi Phi Fraternity, '37; Com-
merce Club, president, '38; Intra-
mural Board, '37-'38; Senior Intra-
mural Manager, '38; Seminole Intra-
mural Editor, '37; Debate Club; Alli-
gator Circulation Manager, '38; Fresh- GEORGE C. FOGLE
man Advisory Council, '35; Sopho-
more Social Committee, '36; Junior B.S.B.A.
Interfraternity Conference, '35; Sen- Business Administration
ior Interfraternity Conference; Honor
Court Summer Session, '36-'37; Young Gaiesvile
Democrats Board of Directors; Blue Football, numeral; Baseball, numeral;
Key. Sabres.




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fREDERICK THOMAS FOSTER J. MAC GALBRAITH, JR.
B.S. B.S.F.
Arts and Sciences Forestry
Jacksonville High Springs
ZN AX
Alligator, '35; Florida Players.



J.AMES MNICHOL GALE WILLIAM J. GALE
B.S.C.E. B.S.A.
Engineering Agriculture
Palatka Palatka
A. S. C. E.; Benton Engineering. Ag. Club; Collegiate FFA.




MILTON THOMAS GALLAGHER MART W. GARY
Agriculture
B.S.B.A.
Agriculture Business Administration
Dover Brooksville
ZE 1Propellor Club; Newman Club.
Sceminole, '361; Alpha Zeta; Sabres;
Thyrsus; White F'riars.



STANLEY HAMPTON GAYLORD
JERROLD TAYLOR GASKINS B.A.
A.n. Arts and Sciences
Arts and Sciences Tampa
Arcadia I. R. C.; Sabres.
F'lorida Players; Propellor Club.



AUGUSTUS HUGH GAUTIER. WALTER RUSSELL GEORGE
B.S.M.E.
B.S.B.A.
Engineering
Business Administration
Miami Orlando
Comli er'e Club. A. S. C. E.; Benton Engineering.



DELL L. GIBBS MONROE CARR GIBSON
.S.B.A.S.A.
Law
Jacksonville Business Administration
AO Tallahassee
President, Lyceum Council, '38: Semi- 1N
nole, feature editor, '37; Alligator,Cavaliers; Chem.; L'Apache;
radio colunmnist, '35, '36, '37; Florida Cavaliers; Leigh Chem.; L'Apache;
Review, '36; Alpha Kappa Psi; Com-
mierce Club; Colonels Club; I. R. C.;
.l)hn Marshall Society; Propellor
Club; Interfraternity Conference,

NATHAN BEN GOLD
JACK EDWARDS LISSN B.S.B.A.
J .ACK EDWARDS GLSSON Business Administration
B.S.B.A. Sarasota
Business Administration
Bradenton



AARON GOLDENBLANK GEORGE R. GOODWIN
Bl.S.BA. B.S.B.A.
Business Administration Business Administration
Miami Ft. Lauderdale
m ee Commerce Club; Phi Eta Sigma;
onumlne (:lul.. Sabres.





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ALVIN EUGENE GOURLEY HARDY GRAY
B.S.B.A. B.S.A.
Business Administration Agriculture
St. Petersburg Tallahassee
DKT Ag. Club.
Alligator, '35; Seminole, '35.


HERBERT SCOTT GREGORY JOSEPH KEITH GRIGSBY
B.S.E.E. Education
Engineering Orlando
Tallahassee AIZ
Clerk, Honor Court, '37; A. I. E. E.; Honor Court, summer session, '35;
Blue Key; Benton Engineering, presi- Executive Council, '37; Chairman
dent, '37; Phi Eta Sigma; Sigma Tau, Democratic League,'36; Seminole, '35,
vice-president, '37; B. S. U., presi- '36, '37: Blue Key; Debate Club; Pea-
dent, local and state. body; Kappa Phi Kappa.


EMORY HUTTON GUY JOHN SESSIONS HAIR
B.S.E.E. B.S.B.A.
Engineering Business Administration
Hampton Live Oak
A. I. E. E.; Benton Engineering;
Leigh Chemical. Bacc us.
Ba cchus.



DANIEL GEORGE HALL, 11 CARY A. HARDEE
A.B. B.S.B.A.
Arts and Sciences Btusiness Administration
St. Petersburg Trenton
Florida Players; Radio Guild; Eng- Z1E
lish Club.




BEN HARRELL
BYRON B. HARLESS BEN HARRELL
B.S.F.
B.A.E. Forestry
Education Lake City
Gainesville AX
Forestry Club.



WILLIAM HASEL HARRELL
B.S.A. DONALD T. HAWLEY
Agriculture ..
Live Oak Arts and Sciences
President Student Session, Summer Plant Cit
Session, '36; Vice-President Sopho-
"F" Book, '37; Florida Union Staff.


CALDWELL HAYNES
FRANK OLMESTEAD HAY B.S.B.A.
B.A.E. Business Adinistration
Education Jacksonville
Inverness TAE
ZE Bnacchus; L'Apache.


CHARLES JOHN HENRY
B.S.B.A.
MARVIN HARWELL HENDERSON Business Administration
B.S.B.A. St. Augustine
Business Administration 4,AO
Tampa Seminole, '35, '36; Florida Rleview,
'36, '38; Alligator, '36, '38; Beta anm-
IIK. ma Sigma; Commerce Club; I. R. C.;
Propellor Club. Propellor Club, Phi Eta Sigma;
hite Friars.






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WILLIAM MOSELEY HENRY JOHN HENRY HIGBEE
B.S.B.A.
.S.A. u Business Administration
Agriculture 1Jacksonville
Monticello iA
iN Delta Sigma Pi; I. R. C.; Propellor
I'lorida College Farmer'37; Ag. Chl1; Club.
11 resbyterian Student Session; Col-
egiate I'FA.


BEN H. HILL PERCY M. HINTON
B.S.B.A. A.B.
Business Administration Arts and Sciences
Tampa Lakeland
Z'QE
.Swimming, numeral '34.
V


RAYMOND SIMMONS HOBBS JAMES BRANCH HODGES, JR.
B.S.C.E. A.B.
Engineering Arts and Sciences
Milton Lake City
A. S. C. JE.; Sigma Tan. KI




MILTON VIDAL HODGSON HAROLD HENRY HOFFMAN
A.B. B.S.
Arts and Sciences Arts and Sciences
Gainesville Mahaska, Kansas
U li\verstly Orchestra; English Club.



C. WILLIAM HOMA LEE
LEE HOOPER
B.S.B.A. B.S.AE.
Business Administration Architecture
Miami -Jacksonville
TE'I'
Alligator '35, Sports Editor '35; Sem- Ga le
inole '37; Commerce Club. Gargoyle


PAUL BROWN HUFF
LEON PORTER HOWARD B.S.A.
IB.S.B.A. Agriculture
Business Administration West Palm Beach
Jacksonville ATA
Commerce Club, Propellor Club; Wrestling '34; Thyrsus; White Fri-
Young Democrats Club. ars; Newell Entomological Society;
Forestry Club.
Si

CHAUNCEY K. HYATT
B.S.B.A.
ROBERT O. HUTCIIISON Business Administration
In.A.E. Tampa
Edtcatiorn Commerce Club; Delta Sigma Pi;
Guinesville Florida Players; Glee Club; I. R. C.;
Propellor Club; DeMolay Club.


.WILLIAM F. JIBB
B.A.J.
Arts and Sciences
ERNEST J. JACOBS Jacksonville
B.S.B.A. 4,KT
Honor Court, summer session '36;
Business Administration Alligator '36, '37; Seminole '36, '37;
Blue Key; Sigma Delta Chi; White
54onville Frirs.





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FRED BERTRAM JOHNSON HOWARD BLAKE JOHNSTON
B.S.CH.E. B.S.A.E.
Engineering Education
Tampa Kissimmee
Sigma Tau Ag. Club; Collegiate FFA; Alpha Tau
Alpha.



JOHN ARTHUR JOHNSTON J. D. JONES
B.S.B.A. B.S.B.A.
Business Administration Business Administration
Torrey Sarasota
Commerce Club; Propellor Club; Ad- Cavaliers.
vanced R. O. T. C.


CHARLES WERNER JOSEPH
JAMES H. JONES BI.S.CH.E.
B.S.A. Engineering
Agriculture Jacksonville
Jacksonville A. I. Ch. E.; Benton Engineering;
Jacksonville Gamma Sigma Epsilon; Leigh Chem.;
Alpha Zeta; Ag. Club; Toreador Club. Sigma Tau.


BURTON SAMUEL KAHN
B.S.B.A.
ARTHUR MYRON KAHN Business Administration
B.A. Miami Beach
Arts and Sciences TE,
Miami Beach Seminole '37; Alligator '34, '35;
TE4 Fourth Estate; Commerce Club;
Freshman Track '34.
Interfraternity Conference. Freshman Track '4.



HARRISON LEVAN KALBACH CLINTON NEWMAN KAMINIS
B.S.CH.E. A.B.
Engineering Arts and Sciences
Manatee Tarpon Springs
A. I. Ch. E.; Benton Engineering; AXA
Gator Pep Club; Presbyterian Student
Session.

ERWIN PILTON KANTOR
DAVID KANTOR B.S.B.A.
B.S. Business Administration
Arts and Sciences Jacksonville
Gainesville 'I1BA
Lyceum Council '38; Florida Film Alligator '36; Beta Gamma Sigma;
Committee; Jewish Student Union; Phi Eta Sigma.
President American Student Union;
Florida Players; University Orches-
tra; Florida Union; WRUF; Lyceum
Council. KEITH VINCENT KELLY


PHILIP KAPLAN Arts and Sciences
B.S.B.A. Hopewell, Virginia
Business Administration
n Miamin o Fencing, '35, '36, '37, '38; Seminole,
'38; Lieutenant R. O. T. C.; Alpha Phi
Fencing '35, '36, '37, '38; Band; Cava- Omega; A. I. Ch. E.; Benton Engin-
liers; Kappa Kappa Psi. eering; Cavaliers; Leigh Chem.; Y. M.
C. A.; American Chemical Society.


A. CLIFTON KERBY, JR. HARRY JAMES KICLITER
B.A.E. B.A.E.
Education Education
Gainesville Ft. Pierce
`A0 AE
Basket Ball, numeral '35; Baseball, Football, numeral '34, letter '35, '36;
numeral '35, letters '36, '37. president, F Club.






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LEROY R. KIMBLE -CHARLES DAVIDSON KIME, JR.
B.S. B.S.A.
Arts and Sciences Agriculture
Titusville Orlando
I'and; Kappa Kappa Psi. ArP
Alpha Zeta; Thyrsus; Rifle Team;
Ag. Club; Newell Entomological So-
ciety.


JACK KING KENNETH W. KLOTZ
U.S.C.E. B.S.M.E.
Engineering Engineering
Grand Ridge Jacksonville
Executive Council, '37; A. S. C. E.; Boxing, '35; A. S. M. E.. Benton
lienton Engineering. Engineering; Band, '34, '35, '36, '37;
Phi Eta Sigma; Sigma Tau.


HOWELL NELSON KLUEPPELBERG,
JR. WILLIAM STEPHENSON KOCH
B.S.A. B.S.PHY.
Agriculture Pharmacy
Fort Pierce Arcadia
ZIE AX
Ag. Club; Thyrsus; Newell Entomo- A Mortar and Pestle.
logical Society; Golf Intramural
Manaiger. 1

(HARLES MARTIN KREJCIER WILLIAM MCKENNA LAIRD

Arts and Sciences B.A.E.
Wadsworth, Ohio Education
)AMO Gainesville
1loo ,tball, letters, '36, '37; 13asket Ball,
'{;, '37; F Club.



RICIHARD L. LAMPP VERNON DELMONT LAMPE
I.S.C.E. B.S.AE.
Engineering Architecture
Mulberry Miami
A. S. C(. i.; Benuton Engineering. Intramural Dorm. Manager, '36; Fine
Arts Society.




JUnSON HOWARD LASSITER J. S. LAUDERBACK
M .S.A.
.S.. B.S.AE.
Agriculture Architecture
Architecture
Gainesville Jacksonville
ThIyrsus. Gargoyle.



HARRY LOUIS LASIIIS JAMES THOMAS LEGGETT
H.S.B.A. B.S.M.E.
hBusiness Administration Engineering
Jacksonville Miami
IBA BOIl
itILa (10an1i1nt Siga ; [lorida Players; A. S. M. E.; Benton Engineering.
I'iI ita Sigma; Phi Kappa Phi; Uni-
versity Orchestra.,
v ROB'T H. LEVISON
B.S.AE.
nuco LESLIE Architecture
R.S.A. St. Petersburg
Agriculture OKN
Lake City Baseball, '34; Business manager,
Florida Review, '36; Fine Arts So-
Ag'. Chf; Toreador (h 6ciety.






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ARTHUR JAMES LEWIS JOHN DEMARY LEWIS
B.S.B.A. B.S.B.A.
Business Administration Business Administration
Marianna West Palm Beach
KA AX
L'Apache; Interfraternity Conference, Beta Gamma Sigma; Phi Eta Sigma;
'37; Manager Freshman Football, '36; University Orchestra.
Manager-elect Varsity Football, '38.


JOHN HENDERSON LONG
EDDIE JOE LONG B.A.J.
B.S.PH.L. Arts and Sciences
Education Jacksonville
Lake City ex
KI Board of Student Publications, '38;
Football, '33; Baseball, '34, '35. '36. Alligator, '35; Florida Players; Sigma
Delta Chi; University Orchestra;
University String Quartet.


JACK R. LICHTE MELVIN LOBEL
B.S.B.A. A.B.
Business Administration Arts and Sciences
Sarasota Grantwood, New Jersey
IIK) @'BA
Propellor Club. Florida Review, '36; Florida Players;
Gator Pep Club.


ELLIOTT BUTT LOYLESS, JR.
RICHARD MEREDITH LOVELACE B.S.CH.E.
A.B. Engineering
Arts and Sciences Arcadia
Fencing, '35, '36, '37, '38; Seminole,
Jacksonville '38; A. I. Ch. E.; Chairman Astron-
Executive Council, '38; Y. M. C. A.; omy Club, '36; Benton Engineering;
English Club. Band, '35, '36, '37, '38; Cavaliers; John
Marshall Society; Alpha Phi Omega,
alumni secretary, '38; American
V Chemical Society.
HENRY CARROLL LUNSFORD V
B.S.F. SAMUEL L. MCCALL
Forestry aBlc.s
Haines City B.S.Ci.E.
AIP Engineering
Board of Student Publications, '3S; Quincy
Florida College Farmer, Business
Manager, '38; Seminole, '37; Alpha KA
Zeta; Ag. Club; Cavaliers; Toreador A. I. Ch. E.; Pirates: Sabres; Captain
Club; Forestry Club, vice president. R. O. T. C.


WILLIAM EDWARD MCCORMICK ROBERT CAHEY
ROBERT J. MCGAHEY
B.S.B.A.
B.S.a.A.
Business Administration Business Administration
Pass-a-Grille Beach Miami
O AE
Commerce Club; I. R. C.; Propellor
Club; Newman Club. Alpha Kappa Psi; Bacchus; Propellor
Club; Pirates.

WILLIAM J. MCGUIRE
A.5. 7 DAN LUTHER MCKINNON'
Arts and Sciences LUTHER
St. Augustine B.S.B.A.
Florida Review, '35, '36, '37, editor- Business Administration
in-chief, '38; Alligator, '36, '37, fea- Winter Garden
ture editor, '38; Seminole, '36, '37;
Band, '35, '36, '37; Florida Players; AT'
I. R. C.; English Club; American
Student Union.


J. T. MCKNIGHT
B.S.A. ROBERT GARRETT McLENDON
Architecture B.S.A.
Fayette, Alabama
Alpha Zeta; Ag. Club; Toreador Club; Jacksonville
Thrysus; Florida Rifes; Rifle Team, KT
'36, '37. Alpha Zeta.





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PAUL AUGUSTUS MALONE
WARREN C. McRAE
B.S.
u.S.A. Arts and Sciences
Agriculture Pensacola
Palatka Leigh Chemical; English Club.
Alpha Zeta; F. F. A.; N'. E. S.



SIDNEY PAUL MARSHALL
GEORGE R. MARSH B.S.A.
A.B. Agriculture
Arts and Sciences Greenville
Gainesville ArP
Florida Review, '38; Sigma Delta Chi; Executive Council, '38; Florida Col-
American Student Union. lege Farmer, '37; Alpha Zeta; Ag.
Club; Toreador Club.


JOIHN J. MARTIN WALTER THOMAS MAYBERRY
B.S.A. B.S.E.
Agriculture Education
Moss Bluff Daytona Beach
AX Z2E
Alpha Zeta; Ag. Club; Toreador Club. Freshman vice president, '35; Foot-
ball, numeral, '34, letters, '35, '36,
captain, '37.


DAVID HAROLD MEANS GEORGE CHARLES MEANS
S.F. B.S.A.
Forestry Agriculture
Lake City Gainesville
All pha Zeta; Forestry Club. K2
Sabres; White Friars.



ELLISON EWELL MENGE LESTER J. MILLS
B.S.E.E. B.S.A.
Engineering Agriculture
Jacksonville Cross City
0KN AX
('lherlender, '36; A. I. E. E.; Benton Honor Court, '38; Alpha Zeta; Thyr-
Eng ineering. sus; N. E. S.



ROBERT HOWZE MILTON
GEORGE MALCOLM MIMS
B.S.A. B.S.E.
AgricultureS.E.
Education
Marianna
Williston
ZAE
'A piachie.



JIMMIE VINCENT MINARDI
PAUL DAYTON MITCHELL
Education B.A.
TamDpa Arts and Sciences
Lakeland
Executive Council, '38; Los Picaros; Sigma Delta Chi; Advanced R. O. T. C.
Natiolual l1,luv(ation Association.



WALLACE OSCAR KEELING MOORE
MCVEIGH MONTGOMERY B.S.A.
11.S.n.A. J Agriculture
Butsiness Administration Marianna
Miami Florida College Farmer, '38; Alpha
Zeta; Ag. Club; Phi Sigma; Toreador
Club; Thyrsus.





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NELSON WILLIAM MORLEY, JR. FRANK B. MORRISON
B.S.CH.E. B.S.E.E.
Engineering Engineering
Mt. Dora Hawthorne
Swimming, '35; A. I. Ch. E.; Benton A E
Engineering Council; Leigh Chem. A.I.E.E.; Sabres.




WILLIAM JOEL MORRISON JULIAN M. MOUNTAIN
B.A.E. B.S.B.A.
Education Business Administration
Sanford Pierson
,IKT Delta Sigma Pi; Propellor Club.


Ross E. MOWRY
A.B. F. JOSEPH NAHOOM
Arts and Sciences B.S.B.A.
Gainesville Business Administration
OX Tallahassee
Seminole, '36; F Book, '37; Alligator, Executive Council, '37; Seminole, '37;
'35, '38; Florida College Farmer, '38; Alpha Kappa Psi; Commerce Club;
Sabres; White Friars; Y. M. C. A.; Newman Club.
Young Men's Democratic Club; Inter-
fraternity Conference.

JULIAN THOMAS NEWSOM
RICHARD THOMAS NEUMANN B.S.B.A.
B.S.F. Business Administration
Forestry Jacksonville
Manatee IN
Sabres; Colonel R. O. T. C. Commerce Club; Propellor Club; Pi-
rates; Young Democrats.


WALTER HUGH NOLAN BERNARD JOSEPH NORDMANN
B.S. B.S.B.A.
Agriculture Business Administration
Jacksonville DeLand
ArP Florida Review, '36, 37, '38; Alpha
Ag. Club; Toreador Club; Newell Kappa Psi; Newman Club.
Entomological Society.


STEPHEN C. O'CONNELL
B.S.B.A. GEORGE EVERETTE OWEN
Business Administration B.S.A.
West Palm Beach Agriculture
ATO Covington, Tennessee
Executive Council, '38; President IIKA
Sophomore Class, '36; Boxing, '37; Football, '36; F Club.
Alligator, '35; Blue Key; L'Apache;
Sabres; "F" Club.



WILLIAM STANLY PAGH GEORGE E. PERRY
B.S. B.S.
Arts and Sciences Business Administration
Ft. Myers Jacksonville
Football, numeral, '34; Sabres. AXA




BENJAMIN N. PORCH WILLIAM GEORGE POTTER
B.S.E. B.S.B.A.
Education Business Administrat.*on
Barnesville, Georgia Jamestown, New York
Baseball numeral, '34; Football, nu- Alpha Kappa Psi; I. R. C.; Propellor
meral, '34, letter, '35. Club.






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EARL P. POWERS ROBERT SHEPHERD PRYOR
B.S.RBA. B.S.F.
Business Administration Forestry
Umatila Forestry
U lN Ft. Lauderdale
Seminole, Business Staff, '36; Semi-
nole, Editors Staff, '37; Chairman
Junior Class Finance Committee;
,,xecutive Council; Commerce Club,
president, '37; Baseball numeral, '34;
Baseball Squad, '37; Cavaliers; Young
Men's Democratic Club, Board of Di-
rectors; Alligator, Assistant Business
Manager, '37, Business Manager, '38; ROBERT ANDREW QUIXLEY
Chairman Constitutional Revision B.S.B.A.
('ormittee, '38; Who's WVho in Ameri- B.S.
can l'niversities and Colleges; Sa- Business Administration
bres; Blue Key; Intramural Manager, Mt.Dora
'38; Reta Alpha Psi. Mt. Dora

Swimming, numeral, '35, letter, '36,
CHIARLES WORCESTOR PUTNAM '37, '38; Cavaliers; F Club.
U.S.
Arts and Sciences
St. Petersburg JOHN M. REDGRAVE
B.S.M.E.
Engineering
CIIARLES HENRY RACE Miami
s.5. B0on
Arts and Sciences A. S. M. E.; Sabres.
Winter Haven
x
Bamchus.
CLAUDE DOWNER RENSHAW
B.S.CH.E.
GEORGE EDWARD REMP Engineering
B.S.M.E. Miami Beach
Engineering DKT
Miami Secretary Treasurer Senior Class;
A. S. M. I B.; lienton Engineering; Football, numeral; Baseball, numeral.
Sigma Tam.


SARTHUR A. RICH, JR.
O. Z. REVELL
B.S.F.
I.S.A.
Agriculture Forestry
Agriculture AReddick
Bristol
Alpha Tau Alpha; Ag. Club. ATP
Tau Kappa Alpha.


FRANK H. RicH JAMES J. RICHARDSON
I.S.A. B.S.
Agriculture Arts and Sciences
Winter Haven Jacksonville
Arp 4IKT
l'loritda College Farmer, '35, '36, '37; President, Alpha Epsilon Delta, '38;
Allcl ZetSoa; Aty. Club Newell Ento- Treasurer, FFF Club, '35; Phi Eta
nlovgiml Solt. Sigma.


WILLIAM WATSON RICHARDSON AMES WESLEY ROBERTS
JAMES WESLEY" ROBERTS
UB.S.AS.A
B..A B.S.A.
Agriculture Agriculture
OralE Zolfo Springs
SOKN
','rak, ,unleral, letter, ,laund; Ag. Club; Collegiate FFA.



THOMAS CARSON Ross
ALFRED WILLIAM ROE BI.S.C.E.
.S.CII.E-. Engineering
Engineering -Sanford
Areadla KKT
A. S. C. E.; Benton Engineering;
A. I. Ch. IC. Sabres.





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HAROLD M. RUBIN DONALD FLOYD RYBOLT
A.B. B.S.A.
Arts and Sciences Agriculture
Miami Beach Orlando
?'BA APP
Baseball, numeral '35, letter '37; In-
tramural board.


FRANK MAYNARD RYLL JACK LEE SAUNDERS
B.S. I.S.B.A.
Arts and Sciences Business Administration
St. Petersburg Delray Beach
OKN 2E
Secretary-treasurer Interfraternity Basket Ball '32; Bacchus; White Fnri-
Conference. ars; Interfraternity Conference.




NATHAN JOSEPH SCHNEIDER MOE SCHUPLER
B.S.CH.E. B.S.B.A.
Engineering Business Administration
Jacksonville West Palm Beach
A. I. Ch. E.; Benton Engineering; TE'
Gamma Sigma Epsilon; Leigh Chem.; Propellor Club.
Sigma Tau.


ALLAN DAYTON SEARLE
E. EUGENE SEGO
B.S.B.A.
B.S.PHY.
Business Administration
Pharmacy
St. Petersburg Pharmacy
Florida Review '36; Beta Gamma
Sigma; Commerce Club; I. R. C.; Phi Mortar and Pestle.
Eta Sigma.


MARCUS BAILEY SHELFER
B.S.B.A.
ROBERT Louis SEITLIN Business Administration
B.S. Quincy
Arts and Sciences YAE
Miami Alpha Kappa Psi: Presbyterian Stu-
dent Session.



JOSEPH A. SHELLEY LEON LIVINGSTON SHEPPARD
B.S. B.S.PHY.
Arts and Sciences Pharmacy
Palatka Apopka
Rifle Team '37; Glee Club '36; Florida AXA
Rifles '37, '38; Captain R. O. T. C.



JAMES F. SHIVLER, JR.
ALONZO EDWARD SHERMAN
B.s.c.E.
B.S.B.A.
Engineering
Business Administration Engineering
Pensacola Tampa
Propellor Club. A. S. C. E.; Benton Engineering.



MYER OSCAR SIGAL
M R SBA. GUILFORD TRICE SIMS
B.S.B.A.
Business Administration .S..
Orlando Agriculture
Orlando
Tavares
TEb
Beta Gamma Sigma; Commerce Club; AFP
Debate Club; I. R. C.; Phi Eta Sigma. Alpha Zeta; N. E. S.; I. O. A.






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JOHN MARSHALL SINCLAIR HOWARD EARL SKIPPER
B.S.B.A. B.S.A.
Business Administration Agriculture
St. Petersburg Sebring
BOH1 BOII
Delta Sigma li. Athletic Council; Secretary-Treasurer,
Freshman Class; Football, numeral,
'34; Swimming, numeral, '34, letter,
V '35, '36, '37; White Friars; "F" Club.

DAVID BARRY SMITH C. BYRON SMITH
B.S.C.E.B.S.CH.E.
Engineering Engineering
Milton
Milton Umatilla
Ilonor Court, '38; A. S. (C. E.; Benton
Engineering; Sabres; Sigma Tau. A. I. Ch. E.; Benton Engineering;
Gamma Sigma Epsilon; Sigma Tau;
Methodist Student Organization.


JAMES ARCHER SMITH
B.s. JOHN BRUCE SMITH, JR.
Arts and Sciences B.S.AE.
Homestead Architecture
AO St. Petersburg
Asst. Swimming Manager, '36, '37, Fine Arts Society; Gargoyle.
Swimming Manager, '38; Iegh Chenm-
ical Society.


LYNWOOD BURDETTE SMITH GEORGE W. SMOAK
I.S.CH.E. B.S.A.
Arts and Sciences Agriculture
Tampa Gainesville
Alphlia Epsilon l)elta; A. i. Chi. E.; HA
(iinnma Sigma Epsilon; Sigma Tau. Ag. Club; Toreador Club; Forestry
Club.


STEPFEN H. SPURR
n.s. JOHN ELVIN STEAD
Arts and Sciences J N ELVIN STEAD
BR.S.A.
Winter Park
AX Agriculture
Switining, numeral, '35; Alligattor, Ft. Pierce
'35; I)ebate Clubh; i'lor'id l 1 '1t ayers;
Ihi Etat Sigma; Rifle Team; Most Thrysus.
I uts taolldig Ireshma ln, '35; Debate
lTeam, '3s, '36, '37, '38.

EALY WILTON STEPHENS
STANLEY WOLFE STEIN B.S.A.
1B.A.J. Agriculture
Arts and Sciences Wauchula
Jac~ksonville Florida College Farmer, '37, '38; Al-
pha Zeta; Ag. Club; Cavaliers; Torea-
Wintier Intramural Boxing, '36; Flor- dor Club; Thyrsis; Newell Entomo-
Ida Argius, '36. logical Society: Collegiate FFA; Ag.
College Council.


EUIGENE NORBERT STEPMENS WILLIAM CURRY STEPHENSON,JR.
H.S.A. B.S.B.A.
Agriculture Business Administration
Monticello Tampa
aTas ZAE
Ag. Clulh; ('ollegiate I'VA; Newell Seminole, '35, '36; Commerce Club;
Entomological Society. L'Apache; Propellor Club.


CHARLES A. STOKES
B.S.CH.E.
DONALD WAYNE STOBS i Engineering
B.S.B.A. Mohawk
Business Adminsistration oa
Miami A. I. Ch. E.; Benton Engineering; Phi
llanl; happa hKappLa Psi; Univ'ersity Eta Sigma: Phi Kappa Phi; Sigma
Orchestra. Tau; American Chemical Society.





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WILLIAM HARTLY STONE DAN STONECIPHER
B.S.A. A.B.
Agriculture Arts and Sciences
Gonzalez Orlando
ArP X4
Florida College Farmer; Alpha Zeta; Glee Club; Los Picaros.
Ag. Club; Toreador Club; Collegiate
FFA.

ROBERT GORDON STORMES
B.S.B.A. G T ORVILLE WINFORD STRUTHERS
Business Administration B.S.F.
Jacksonville Beach Forestry
Az2 Winter Haven
Athletic Council, '36; Vice-President Ag. Club; Forestry Club President,
Student Body, '38; Senior Intramural '36i; Ag. Club, vice president, '37;
Manager, '37; Vice President Athletic 'T'oreador Club.
Council, '37; Wrestling, '35; Intra-
leader, '37, Head Cheerleader, '38;
Who's Who, '38; Florida State Wrest-
ling Champion, '35; Captain R. O. T. NATHAN ASHLEY SUMNER
C., '37; Cavaliers; Gator Pep Club;
Propellor Club; Y. P. S. L. B.S.E.
k 'Education
RUSSELL PHILIP SULLIVAN, JR. Fairfield
A.B. Phi Eta Sigma; Kappa Phi Kappa;
Arts and Sciences 0. R. C., 2nd Lieutenant.
Melbourne Beach v
OAX ROBERT CHARLES SWENDIMAN
Florida Players; I. R. C.; English AB
Club; Emergency Peace Council; In- A.B.
tramural Manager; Radio Guild. Arts and Sciences
Tampa
FREDERIC WILSON SUTTON BOn
B.S.CH.E. Secretary Treasurer Student Body,
Engineering Summer Session, '37; Cavaluers;
Leigh Chem.; Kappa Phi Kappa; Al-
Braden Castle pha Phi Omega; English Club; Pres-
A. I. Ch. E.; Benton Engineering. byterian Student Session.


CRAMER L. SWORDS COAKLEY TAYLOR
B.F.A COA.LEY TAYLOR
'M B*.S.B.A.
Architecture B.S.a.A.
Gainesville Arts and Sciences
Fine Arts Society; Gargoyle. Jacksonville
ATE2




ROBERT TAYLOR ALTON HENRY TEW
B.S.E. ALTON HENRY TEW
B.S.E.
Engineering B.S.
eLakeland Arts and Sciences
Lakeland
A. S. C. E.; Benton Engineering. Pompano




RICHARD R. THEDE FRANK CARLYLE THOMPSON
B.S. A.B.
Arts and Sciences Arts and Sciences
Lawtey Frostproof
Cavaliers. AXA



HARRY NORMAN TOWSON
,B.S.E.E.
HARRY TOUBY Engineering
B.S.C.E. Gainesville
Engineering IIKA
Miami
MaiA. [. E. E.: B3enton Engineering; Bat-
A. S. C. E. chus; L'Apache; Sabres.






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RAYMON FRANKLIN TUCKER EDWIN B. TURLINGTON
B.S.A. B.S.A.
Agriculture Agriculture
Bunnell Gainesville
AIP APP
AlphIa Zeta; Ag. Club.

JOHN B. TURNER
HENRY EUGENE TURLINGTON B.A.J.
A.D. Arts and Sciences
Arts and Sciences Bagdad
Gainesville ATA
SSeminole, '34; Alligator, '34, '35, As-
sistant News Editor, '36, Editor
Y. M. C. A.; English Club; B. S. U. Board of Alligator, '37; FFF Club;
Conntil; Interchurch Council. Fourth Estate Club; Manager First
Open Intramural Pool Tournament,
'36; Gator Pep Club; Santa Rosa
Club; Sigma Delta Chi.

MACK TYNER, JR.
H.S.CH.E.
Engineering RONARD BEACH VANDAME
Laurel Hill B.s.
A. C h. E.; Benton Engineering; Arts and Sciences
,(Imman Sigma Epsilon; Leigh Chem.; Orlando
'lii lta Sigma; Sigma Tau.

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JOSEPH D. VEREEN GILES B. WALKER
.S..B.A.
n.S.B.A. :i Business Administration
Business Administration Haines City
; Perry ..e





WILLIAM H. WALKER ARTHUR R. WALLACE
I.S.PHY. M.E.
Pharmacy Engineering
Lamont Stuart
Mortar and Pestle. A. S. M. E.; Benton Engineering;
Sigma Tau.




WOODROW WILSON WALLIS LINWOOD A. WALTERS, JR.
A.B. B.S.CH.E.
Arts and Sciences Engineering
Jacksonville Miami
lhloriht Fhyers; Envglislh Club; Peace A. I. Ch. E.; Benton Engineering;
(lun~; ili. Gamma Sigma Epsilon; Sigma Tau.




FRANK RUDOLPH WARD RICHARD EARL WARREN
B.S.CH.E. B.S.M.E.
Engineering Engineering
Miami Beach Jacksonville
A. 1. 'Ch. E.; Fenton Engineering BIoxing, numeral, '32; Track, numeral,
Council; Sigma Tau. '32, letters, '35, '36; Wrestling, letter,




SAM FLOYD WARREN
WILLIAM RICHARD WARREN, JR.
B.S.
Engineering
Arts and Sciences
Apalachicola
A\. S. C(. N.: Benton Engineering Key West
(ouncil: Sigma Tauu.. OIt. C., 2nd Lieutenant; Conch Club.






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PAT B. WATSON ARTHUR G. WEBB
B.S B.S. R .A.
Arts and Sciences Business Administration
Tampa Tampa
'e KA
Alligator, '35, '36, '37; Seminole, Alligator, '37 Alpha Kappa Psi;
Associate Editor, '38; Alpha Epsilon Popellor Clb C
Delta; Sabres. Propellr Club; R. T. C.


THEODORE WILLARD WEEKS DALE C. WEST
B.s. B.S.B.A,
Arts and Sciences Business Administration
Moore Haven Miami
AZ AXA




JOHN ROBERT WEST JOSEPH POPE WHITTLESEY, JR.
A.B. IBS.B.A.
Arts and Sciences Business Administration
St. Petersburg Jacksonville
IIKA Young Democrats.

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PAUL MADISON WHATLEY
A.B. MARSHALL WOODROW WHIGHAM
Arts and Sciences I.S.PHY.
Jacksonville Pharmacy
ATO Chattahoochee
AMortar and Pestle; Rho Chi.


GEORGE HENRY WHITESIDE
B.S.CH.E. CHESTER E. WHITTLE
Engineering B.s.
Miami Business Administration
KA Sarasota
A. 1: Ch. E.; Gamma Sigma Epsilon. ATO
Commerce Club; Cavaliers; Delta
Sigma Pi; Glee Club; I. R. C.; Pro-
BILL S. WIGHTMAN pellorClub.
B.S.B.A. --o
Business Administration-Law AUSTIN N. WILDER
Jacksonville B.S.E.E.
IIK' Engineering
Seminole, '34, '35, business manager, Plant City
'38; Circulation Manager Alligator, Plant City
'35, '36; Boxing, letter, '38; Commerce A. I. E. E.; Benton Engineering.
Club; Propellor Club; Pirates; Sabres;
Bacchus; Assistant Business Mgr.
Alligator, '36-'37; Sophomore Execu-
tive Committee, '35; Silver Serpents;
R. O. T. C. ALBERT MCCOY WILLIAMS

CLYDE HAROLD HOBBS Arts and Sciences
B.S.A.E. Daytona Beach
Architecture 2 AE
Gainesville Seminole, '36; Alligator, '36, '37;
Commerce Club; Dehate Club:; llorida
Players; Propellor Club; Radio Guild.
Fine Arts Society; Gargoyle; Inter-
fraternity Conference; Honor Court.
JULIAN L. WILLIAMS
A.B.
Arts and Sciences
HAYWARD AGNEW WILLIAMS Callahan
B.A.E. A14,
Education Honor Court, '37; Associate Editor F
Gainesville Book, '37; Los Picaros; 'eabody;
Kappa Phi Kappa.





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WILLIAM L. WILLIAMS
MARCUS ORENE WILLIAMS B.S.A.
B.S.A. Agriculture
Agriculture Riverview
Eustis ATO
Ag. Club; Thyrsus; C. L. O. Football, numeral '34, letter '36, '37;
Thyrsus; F. Club.
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MARTIN RoY WILLIAMSON ROBERT LEE WILSON
B.S. A.B.
Business Administration Arts and Sciences
Tampa Gainesville
ATIQ ATR
Golf, '36, '37; L'Apache; Sabres. Debate Club; Silver Serpents; Phi
Beta Kappa.



BYRON M. WINN ALLEN EDWIN WINTERS
B.S.B.A. B.A.E.
Business Administration Education
Gainesville St. Petersburg
ATO :Alpha Kappa Psi; Commerce Club;
Glee Club; Leigh Chem.



JONATHAN HENRY WOOD
JOs. WITTENSTEIN B.S.
i.S.IB.A. Arts and Sciences
Business Administration Jacksonville
Orlando II-A
TEl' Executive Council, '38; Alpha Epsilon
Varsity Basket Ball, Manager '38. Delta; Cavaliers; Debate Club; Phi
Eta Sigma.


RICHARD COLLINS WOODBERY WM. FLOYD WRIGHT
B.F.A. B.S.I.E.
Architecture Engineering
Orlando New Smyrna Beach
(PAO BOII
Florida Review, art editor '38; Fine Benton Engineering; Florida Players.
Arts Society; I. R. C.



ORTON E. YEARTY VAN JACKSON YORK
B.S.A.E. B.S.A.E.
Education Agriculture
Otter Creek Pahokee
Ag. Club; Collegiate FFA. Collegiate FFA.


T. ROY YOUNG, JR.
GEORGE CRESSLER YOUNG B.S.
A.n. Agriculture
Arts and Sciences-Law Tampa
Daytona Beach Alpha Zeta; Ag. Club; Gamma Sigma
Epsilon; Leigh Chem.; Phi Eta
ZAE Sigma; Phi Sigma; Newell Entomo-
Blue Key: Colonels Club; Debate logical Society.
Club; Florida Players; John Marshall
Society; White Friars. V

LoUIS G. ALEXANDER
B.S.E.E.
Engineering
Miami
Florida Engineering Society; A.I.E.E.;
Cross Country, '33; Rifle and Pistol
Team, '33 -'34, '34 -'35:; Intramural
Wrestling Champion, '36; Intramural
SHigh Point Man, '36; Manager Pistol
STeam, '34.




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THE FATHER-CONFESSOR of the Florida student, his kindly counsel and guiding hand helped
hundreds of us along that rocky road which leads to both material and spiritual success. A fine
sense of honor, a kindly patience and an infinite understanding of the student and his problems
all combined to make Dean Tolbert one of God's great gentlemen. With his passing, the state
lost a great man, and the Student Body has lost its dearest friend.
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CHARLES F. McGRATH
Freshman



REUBEN REAMS
Senior



ALBERT A. WIGGIN
Junior



FRANKLIN LEO FLANAGAN
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LLOYD JOHNSON ............. .............. . President
W ILLIAM A. NORRIS ..... .. .......................... Vice President
ROBERT S. HEWITT .......................... .. Secretary-Treasurer













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ABRAMS, MILTON I'BA ........................... Gainesville
ADKINS, FRANK W. Xi ........................Miami Beach
ALLEN, BENNETT Y ..............................Lakeland






APPLEYARD, ARTHUR ATO .................... St. Petersburg
APPLEYARD, TOM W. AOe ............ ......... Tallahassee
ARMSTRONG, GEORGE T........ ..... ......... Miami



ARTHUR, FRANCIS F..................... ........ Bradenton
ASHMORE, GEORGE B ......................... Tallahassee
ATKIN, ERNEST G. KA. ............................Gainesville
ATKINS, ROBERT M............ ......................... Miami




BAGGOTT, F. WARD ............................... Panama City
BAGULEY, CLAIRE H. AXI. .......................... DeLand
BAILEY, ROBERT C............................. Shady Grove
BALDWIN, MARJORIE F....... ........... ............... .Alachua



BAREFOOT, THOMAS E ................... ...... .... Graceville
BARNETT, CLYDE H ........................ West Palm Beach
BARRETT, ARTHUR C .. ...................... Miami
BARRINGTON, BURNESS A ....................... Hawthorne




BARTON, RODGER ATA ........................... Lake Worth
BASs, ANDREW J ............................ Waldo
BASSETT, W ILLIAM L ............................... Clearwater
BATES, SHERMAN N ........................ West Palm Beach

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BATTLE, LUCIus D. ATO ......................... Bradenton
BEALL, E. R. 'IKT ............. .......... ......... Bradenton
BEAR, M AX E ................... .... .... Pensacola
BEDDOW, FRANK P. IX .......... ... .... .Jacksonville >



BEDSOLE, J. C..... ......... ..................... Graceville
BEGGS, CHARLES A. IAKA. ....................... Pensacola
BENTON, CHARLES R. OX.......... .......... Gainesville
BERIS, HENRY H........................... Arcadia




BERNARD, TURNBULL ''AO ........................ Jacksonville
BERNHARD, JOHN C. OX.......... ........ Jacksonville
BETTS, CHARLES A. IKA ........... .............. Sanford
BEvIs, LEWIS R ................... ................. .Marianna





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BEWAN, JAMES W .................... .......... .... M iam i
BIGGER, W ARNER T.............. .............. Gainesville
BITTING, NEIL S. XI ........... .... .............. Ocala
BLACK, LLOYD L. ........ ..... ...... ... ..... Tampa




BLACKBURN, ILLIAM W. IN..................... Tampa
BLAIN, JOHN S. ZX......... ................... Miami
BLINN, JAMES R. 7AE .................. New Smyrna Beach
BLOUNT, BRUCE B..................................Pompano



BOOTE, ARTHUR IIK'...................... .... Jacksonville
BOURGEOIS, W ILSON P................... .......... Gainesville
BRACKMANN, BERT B. .......................... Gainesville
BRAGDON, KENNETH P. ArP................... Winter Haven




BRAINARD, MARSHALL D. KZ ................... Delray Beach
BRANCH, OVERBY C. ZAE .......................... Ocala
BRANCH, RAIFORD E. OeX............... Smithdale, Mississippi
BREININ, GOODWIN M. TE-4, .................... Miami Beach



BRIDGES, BEN H. KA ............................ Tallahassee
BROCK, CHARLES A.................... . . St. Petersburg
BROWN, CHARLES R.............................. Orlando
BROWN, DOUGLAS H ........ ........ .............. Miami



BROWN, NORMAN S. IN.............................. Tampa
SBROWN, PAUL D. EX .................. ......Hollywood
BRUNDAGE, JOHN H. X4 .............. .......... Orlando
BUCKLES, WINFRED E. BOIl ........................ Lakeland



BURKE, MARCUs R. )AeO ....................... Gainesville
BURNETT, GORDON E...... ................ .Jacksonville
BURNETT, JOHN H. AT .............................. Tampa
BUTCHER, CARLTON H. 'IKT .............. ... .Miami Beach




BYRNES, GEORGE G. ATA.....................St. Petersburg
BYRUM, ALVIN S.......... ........ West Palm Beach
CALDWELL, CHARLES K........................... Gainesville
CALHOUN, N. PUTNAM "Ao .......... ......... St. Augustine




CALLIHAN, WARREN W. AXA .................. Immokalee
CAMPBELL, JAMES H........................... Quincy
CAMPBELL, ROBERT A... . . . .......... .. Quincy
CANNON, CHARLES M. OX ............................ Tampa





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CARBONELL, YGNACIO D. Be ................... Key West
CARLISLE, ROBERT B. ATA .......................Jacksonville
CARTER, FRANCIS H..................... ........ Tallahassee
CARY, HENRY H. ex.......................Pensacol.... ...................Pensacola




CASON, CLYDE W ................. ................. Gainesville
CASSEL, CHESTER 'IBA ........ ........... .... ..Miami
CAWTHON, VICTOR M. .......................... Gainesville
CAYSON, WAYMAN A. Al.' ............ ... Blountstown

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CEPEDA, MANUEL N .................................. Holopaw
CHANCELLOR, JOHN L.......... .................. Jacksonville
CHAPMAN, ROBERT B. 4,KT ........................Orlando
CHAPMAN, ROBERT S. 4'KT..........................Raiford



CHENEY, JOHN L. X4'........................... .. Tampa
CHESSER, RAYMOND .............................. Pensacola
CHRISTOPHER, ROY ............................... Mt. Dora
CHRISTY, Russ T. BOl .................... ...... Tampa



CHUBB, HENRY S.................. ............Winter Park
CLARK, FRED A. AX....................... High Springs
CLARK, JOHN W. HKA ...................... Chattahoochee
CLARK, KENNETH A ........................ ....Greensboro



CLARKE, SCOTT D. ZN..... .................... .Monticello
CLARKE, WILLIAM E. ... ..................... Zephyr Hills
CLARKSON, J. L. ATO .............................. Ft. Myers
CLEMENS, JAMIE C........ . ................... Wauchula



CLIETT, WILLIAM C. X@4 ...................... Bowling Green
CLOSE, HERMAN L ........... ......... ........... Lakeport
COCHRANE, WILLIS M. KI .................. West Palm Beach
COLEMAN, D. C. IN ................... .........Miami



CONKLING, HOMER C ............. ...........Titusville
CONWAY, MARVIN B. HKA ............. Green Cove Springs
COOPER, JAMES II ............ ...... ....... Titusville
CORSo, VINCENT P. 11AZ ........... ......... Miami




COTTER, JAMES L. IN .. . .................... Tamnpa
COTTLE, BENJAMIN B. ................... .. West Palm Beach
COWDEN, BURNEY B................ ........ .... St. Cloud
Cox, JOHN P.............................. ......... M iam i





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CRABTREE, JOHN M. ATOf................. West Palm Beach
CRAFT, C. L. BIIn............................. Tampa
CRAGO, JOHN A. AO ............................. Gainesville
CRAWFORD, T. H. ZN .......................... Jacksonville




CROFTON, CARL C ................. .................. Miami
CUBILLAS, Louis M.................................. Miami.
CUMMINGS, RUSSELL W .........................St. Augustine
CYZYCKI, THADEUS T............. ................ .Bunnell




DAVID, WILLIAM N .................. ........... Jacksonville
DAVIDSON, CHARLES L..............................Melbourne
DAVIS, JACK R.................................. Jacksonville
DAVIS, JAMES E.................................. Jacksonville




DAVIS, THOMAS J. ZE ............. ...............Emporia
DAVIS, WILLIAM N. KA ................... .... .Mt. Pleasant
DAWKINS, RALPH G .................. ................ Miami
DE Moss, EDWARD H. cAO ............ .Louisville, Kentucky

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DICKEY, WOODROW W. ATA .......................Tampa
DOBYNS, SAMUEL L. ZX ....................Jacksonville
DODD, JOHN B. 'AO..........................St. Petersburg
DONNALLY, EDWARD W. 4)KT .................. .. Melbourne



DOuD, HARRY M. .................................... Palmetto
DREW, HORACE R. MAE ........................Jacksonville
DUNCAN, WILLIAM L. ATO .......................... Tavares
DYSON, JAMES H................................Sanford




EBERHARDT, JAMES G. XK .......................Plant City
EDWARDS, J. L. KA...............................Lake City
EDWARDS, JOHN S. AT .......................... Lakeland
EHRLICH, RAYMOND 4'BA ...................... Crescent City




ELLIS, C. HAYWARD ATO ................. West Palm Beach
ELLIS, RICHARD B................................. Miami
EMMANUEL, MICHEL G. MX .................. Tarpon Springs
ENNEIS, WILLIAM H. ~E ............... ........:..Alachua




EPPES, FRANCIS E ..................... ...... Tallahassee
ERNST, DONALD O. BII .............. ............ Miami
FAKES, ROBERT D.................... ............... Chiefland
FANNING, J. NOYNES IIKT ..................... Jacksonville





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FARABEE, ALLEN W ......... .......... .............Ft. Myers
FARMER, THOMAS G. KA ................... Ft. Lauderdale
FAULDS, VINCENT R.. ................... ...... Clearwater
FAWSETT, EDWARD H ........... ................Gainesville



FIELD, W. JULIEN EX ....................... Ft. Lauderdale
FIERROS, JULIEN M .......................... Havana, Cuba
FISHER, LEONARD M. PBA ................... .. Miami Beach
FLETCHER, THOMAS B......................... Greensboro



FLETCHER, WILLIAM S................ ............. Bartow
FOSTER, CHARLES E................................Ft. Myers
FRATES, WILLIAM S. 'KT ............................ Miami
FRAZIER, HOMER C. BOII ............ ......... Coral Gables




FRIEDBERG, MORTON A. @,BA ..................... .Jacksonville
FROHOCK, KENT S ................ .......... St. Petersburg
FRY, HARRY E. IIK .................................. Miami
FULLER, BENJAMIN C. Y........................... Tallahassee



FUSSELL, DAVID T. KA ........................... Miami
GABLE, JOHN D. IIKA ............................Lake City
GALE, H. FREDERICK ............................. Jacksonville
GARBLER, PAUL TE'. .......................... Miami Beach



GARDNER, GORDON W. E.............................Lutz
GARRETT, HAROLD .................................. Haines City
GAYNOR, MILTON $iBA ..........................Miami Beach
GIBBS, WILLIAM W. IIKA ........................ Gainesville




GLAZIER, RUSSELL C.................... .......... .....Tampa
GODMAN, ROBERT R................................. Miami
GODWIN, GEORGE D................... ............Avon Park
GOHEEN, ROBERT M. AT. ...................... St. Petersburg




GOMEZ, M ANUEL ..................................... M iami
COOLEY, J. T. ATO .. ......... ..........Wildwood
GORDON, HAROLD M ....... .................. West Palm Beach
GRABLE, THEODORE J. 'PAO ........................... Tampa



GRAESSLE, ALBERT W. 'PAO ................... .. Jacksonville
GRAHAM, HERBERT H .............................. Naranja
GRAHAM, JOHN E ............................ Jacksonville
GRAHAMI LEWIS W. UIKA ....................... Gainesville






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GRAY, HOWARD H ..................................... Miami
GREEN, ALVIs G .......... ....... ...........St. Petersburg
GREEN, CURTIS J ................. .. ... Baldwin
GREEN, WINTON G ............................... Greensboro




GREENBLATT, LEONARD BUTCH TE@............. Miami Beach
GREER, HOWARD W......... .......... Howey-in-the-Hills
AV GREGORY, DONN OX ............................... Tampa
GRESIMER, ROBERT E. AXA ....................Jacksonville




GRIFFITH, DONALD P. BOII ....................St. Petersburg
GRIMES, GEORGE R. KI ................... West Palm Beach
GRIMES, WILLIAM C.. ........................... .Palmetto
GROSS, ELMER W. .......................... Coral Gables




GUNTER, HERMAN KA ......................... Tallahassee
HALBROOK, NOAH J. ................................. Alachua
SHALE, FRED J. AZ1 ................................ Tam pa
HALLMAN, CLIFTON H............................Jacksonville




HALSEY, NORMAN C ........................St. Petersburg
AV HALSEY, WILILIAM B. .............................Terra Ceia
HAMMETT, THOMAS F. 2E ......... ...Orlando
AIP]HAMON, BURRELL F. HI .......... Miami




HANG, CORNELIUS C. .......... ..............Miami Beach
HARROLD, GEORGE J ................................ Lake Worth
HARDWICK, JOE O. 4,E ....................... Daytona Beach
HARFORD, FREDERICK S ......................... Jacksonville




HARIIISON, KENNETH F. AXA ...................... Geneva
HARRISON, WILSON H........... .................. Milton
HART, PAUL P. Z'E ..........................Ormond Beach
HARTMAN, EUGENE D. IAO ......................Gainesville




HATTAWAY, JULIEN D. eX .......... ..........ampa
HAWKINS, HAROLD M .............................Lake Worth
HEIDT, WEBSTER B.. ................................ Dania
HELVENSTON, MARGARET C. AAA..................... Ocala




HENKEL, CHRISTIAN L ........... ............... . Miami
HENNINGTON, JOSEPH F. .... .... .............. ...Tampa
HENSON, PAUL C. ...............................Palm Valley
HEWITT, ROBERT S. ............................. Gainesville






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HEYMANN, ANDREW P...............................Orlando
HIRONS, FRED M. P Ae.......................... Jacksonville
HIRSCH, GEORGE W................... Muskegon Heights, Mich.
HOBBINS, JACK M. K ............... ............Orlando



HOBBS, GREGORY J. AZ ........................Gainesville
HOLLOWAY, CHESTER C........................ ..Clermont
HOOD, AUBURN D .................. ............ Caryville
HOOKER, CHARLES P......................... West Palm Beach




HOUSTON, WESLEY M .............. ... ........ Winter Park
HOWE, HARMON V. KZ. .................... West Palm Beach
HOWELL, JOHNNY L.............................. Panama City
HOWELL, WILLIAM E. 1'KA ................. Montgomery, Ala.



HowisoN, HENRY S .............................. Jacksonville
HuGGINs, GEORGE T................ .............. .Alachua
HUGHES, JAMES W....: ................................Miami
HUGHES, JAMES W..... .Miami
HUMPHRIES, BERT W. 'KT .. ....................... Orlando

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HUNTER, HAROLD R.. ..................... ....... Gainesville
HUSZAGH, VICTOR C. MAE .................. West Palm Beach
HYRNE, CLARENCE F...... ......................... Miami
INGLIS, RALPH B. AT.... ......... .......... Jacksonville




ISRAEL, GEORGE A. IN ................................ Tampa
IvY, WILLIAM R .......... ........ ............. .Lakeland
JACKSON, ALBERT J. ....................... ....... Jupiter
JACOBY, WILLIAM E. TE'b ...........................Miami




JOHNSON, JOHN M ........................... Gainesville
JOHNSON, JOHN S. X ........................... Plant City
JOHNSON, LLOYD L......... ... ...................... Largo
JONES, HAROLD G. XX ........... ..... ... Miami




JONES, THOMAS H. KA............ ............. Wauchula
KARNIBAD, NATHAN TE4 ......................... Jacksonville
KARRAN, GEORGE ........... ................... Safety Harbor
KEARNEY, FRANCIS MAE .............................. Tampa




KEEFE, JOHN .KA................................. Tampa
KEENE, LESTER F. .................. ......... St. Petersburg
KENNEDY, RAYMOND L............................. .St. Cloud
KIMBALL, WILLIAM L............................... Bradenton






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KING, HILTON L ............ ................... Jacksonville
KING, JAMES N ............ .......... .... Jacksonville
KING, JETTON ATf. .................................. Tampa
KING, WILLIAM F .................................. Windsor




KIRKLAND, ERNEST R. ............................Tampa
KIRTLEY, JAMES D. ZXX............................Miami
KITCHEN, LELAND J .............................. Gainesville
KLooS, THOMAS A.............................. Lakeland




KLUEPPELBERG, EDGAR H. 2'E......................Ft. Pierce
KNoTTs, TOM X4 .............................. Yankeetown
KOCH, THEODORE F .............................Chicago, Ill
KOCH, URBAN T. BOII ................ ......Daytona Beach



KROL, WALTER J..................................... Favorita
KRONENFELD, JOHN TE ............................. Miami
KUMMER, HUGo J ............................... Palatka
LANDY, ALVIN D. I'BA. ............ .............Pensacola




LASSITER, CHARLES B. ZX ........................Gainesville
LEAVENGOOD, CHARLES R. ATO ................ St. Petersburg
LEHRMAN, ALBERT M. TE4 .................. Miami Beach
LEMAN, WILLIAM M ........................... Jacksonville



LEONARD, ROBERT B. KI ...................... Ft. Lauderdale
LEVENSON, EMANUEL 4'BA ................... Daytona Beach
LEVENTHAL, WILLIAM 4,BA .................... Miami Beach
LEVIN, FRED TE(P .............................. Jacksonville




LEVITCH, STANLEY B. TE' ......... ..........Miami
LWIS, ALBERT M. ZN ...........................Panama City
:LIDDELL,WALTER W. B ................... Jacksonville
LITTLEJOHN, CHARLIE H. IIKA .................. Clearwater




LOCKE, RAYMOND C .. ..........St. Petersburg
LOGAN, HENRY C. ATO .......................... Lakeland
LONG, JACK B. ,A0 ................... ......... ... Miami
LORENZ, ERNEST . .... ................. ... M ohawk




LUCAs, DWIGHT E. ArP....... ...................Bradenton
MCCALL, MYRON W ............. ................. Brewton
MCCAULEY, BISHOP ................... ........... Jacksonville
MCCULLOUGH, JOHN AO ........................ Jacksonville





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MAcDONALD, ALECK F .. .......... ........... Clearwater
McDONALD, FRED D .. ...................... .Wauchula
McDONALD, MARSHALL ATO ............. .West Palm Beach
McDONELL, CHARLES D ........ ............. High Springs




MCFARLAND, JAMES D. ZPE. ..................Daytona Beach
McGAHEY, BEN C. MAE ............................ Miami
MCGAUGHEY, RICHARD E. AXA ................... Clearwater
McGEE, LOTUS H. AZ4 .........................Lake Worth




McGRATH, TED OX. ............................. Ft. Myers
MCINTOSH, CHARLES A. pKT....... ............ Dade City
McKAY, JOHN A. ATO .............................Tampa
McKINNEY, JOHN H ................. ............Holopaw




McLAUGHLIN, JOSEPH J........ ................... Pensacola
McLAULIN, DOUGLAS P. ................ ... Mulberry
MCLEoD, MAYNARD M. IX ........ ....... .......... Aucilla
MABRY, PAUL H.................................. Plant City




MACEY, RAILEY W ........ ........... ... ... Homestead
MALLETT, NORMAN ......... .. .......St. Cloud
MARKS, CHARLES F. IIKO ................ ..... Apalachicola
MARTIN, ARTHUR L.... ................. West Palm Beach




MARVIN, H. K. AE. ................ .......... Clearwater
MASTERS, JAMES M................................. Newport
MAXWELL, JAMES E. AT ........ ................... Gretna
MAY, DON F. KA.......... ......... .Quincy




MAY, JUDGE J.................... .............. Jacksonville
MENDELSON, SIDNEY W. TE .............. ..... Tallahassee
MERCER, CLAUDE J. IN ........... .. ...............Miami
MICHAEL, ROY E............ ................... Lake Worth




MIKLER, PAUL ........ ...................Oviedo
MILES, SAM P .............. .... ... .... Jacksonville
MILLER, HUGH A. ZX ....... ...... .... Jacksonville
MILLER, ROBERT C. I'KT ................ ....... St. Petersburg




MILLER, WILLIAM D ........... ................. Jacksonville
MILLER, WILL[AM G........ ........... St. Petersburg
MILLS, BARBER C. I'KT ..... Plant City
MIMMS, JOHN M ........... ... .. ................ O ala






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MINOR, RALPH L. ,'KT ...................St. Petersburg
Mino RUDOLPH M. ....... ................... Tampa
MITCHELL, EDWARD F. ATA ........................... Miami
M ITCHELL, JAMES W . ........... .... .............. M ulberry




MITCHELL, LORRY W. APP .......................Ft. Meade
MIZRAHI, JOE M. TE4 ............ ....... ..... Jacksonville
MOORE, FRANCIS R. ~E .........................Hawthorne
MOORE, HOLMES B. .... ..... ........... ..... Jacksonville




z MOORE, RICHARD 1. ATA ........... .................. Miami
MOOTY, A. FRASIER .............................. Winter Haven
MORGAN, GEORGE E. X .......................... Miami
MORRIS, WILLIAM T. IN .............................Tampa




MOSLEY, ARTHUR C. KZ ........................Panama City
A% MUELLER, HENRY R ............ ... .................. Leesburg
M ULLINS, L. D. AT2 .............................. Ft. M yers
MULLIS, CLYDE M.. ............ ..................... Tampa



NELSON, E. JACK.................................... Lantana
NEWELL, CHARLES T.................... West Palm Beach
NOE, Guy T......... ....................Harlan, Kentucky
NoRRls, WILLIAM A.............................. . Tampa




O'KELLEY, EDWARD B. I'KT .................. .. Jacksonville
illy Opp, CARL B. ........................ ....... ........Tampa
ORMSTON, ALFRED J. BOnl .......... St. Petersburg
OVERMAN, CHARLES H., JR. PKT ............... Bagdad

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OXFOnD, JIMMIE T. K ...................... .......... Leesburg
PADGETT, DAN C .................. ............. . Pahokee
PANKEN, ALFRED B. QBA ........................ Jacksonville
PARKER, ALFRED B. BOH ..................... ......... Miami




PARRAMORE, JIMMY F. K ...................... Tallahassee
PATRICK, JOSEPH P. HAY ................. ...... Pensacola
PATTERSON, JOHN A. OKN ................ Jacksonville Beach
PEARSON, CHARLES R ................. ... ....Sanford




PEARSON, RALPH .. ................... .... Sanford
PENNELL, WILLIAM L. AZ, ........... .. .............. M iami
PETERSON, A. HARDING ............................... Sebring
PETTY, WILLIAM H., JR ............. ......... . Jacksonville





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PETTYJOHN, SAM JACK ........................... Jacksonville
PHILLIPS, SAM H. 4Ae. ....................... Ft. Smith, Ark.
PIPES, CARROLL D ..... .... ............ Miami
PIPPEN, OTTIS L. ArP ...................Vernon




PLANK, DONALD K X ................... ........ Zephyrhills
PLATT, CARROL ALTON AX ......................Summerfield
POLLARD, JAMES J..................................... Miami
PORT, JOHN CLYDE KIZ ....................... Pittsburgh, Pa.




POUCHER, ALLEN Louis ZX. ....................... Wauchula
PREER, JOHN RANDOLPH .................................Ocala
PRIVETT, JAMES KELSEY AXA ......... .................Largo
QUINA, HERBERT RULL.. IIA ....................... Kissimmee




RAMEY, WILLIAM PAUL AT~. ................... .... Tampa
RAMSAUR, GRAY C. X ............. ... ...... Jacksonville
RAMSAY, WATSON JR., IIKA. .......................Jacksonville
RANDOLPH, EDWARD L ................... ....... Jacksonville




RAWLS, BERNARD DUPREE ............................... Miami
RAYMOND, RICHARD EVERETT..'AO ..............St. Petersburg 7
REHM, FRED G .. ........ ........... West Palm Beach
RESLER, RICHARD E ... .... .......... West Palm Beach




RHODES, HUGH EGBERT .......................... Jacksonville
RICHARD, STANLEY BENTON ...................... Miami Beach
RIVERS, FRANK WALTER IIKI ................... Jacksonville
RIVIERE, JOHN P ................................... Lake City




ROBERTS, CLYDE JEFFERSON ................... ...... Kissimmee
ROBERTS, DILLARD ............................... Bell
ROBINSON, HENRY ELMO AT~ .............. West Palm Beach
ROBINSOn, JACK RYAN IIKA ........................ Orlando




ROBINSON, WILLIAM A ....... .................... Jacksonville
RODGERS, RICHARD COX -N ........................... Tampa
RODRIGUEZ JOAQUIN HIAZ ............................Miami
ROE, CHARLES BROWN IIAZ .................. .. Clermont




ROMAN, CHARLES ..................................... M iam i
ROOD, EDWARD BOOTH .............. ........ Bradenton
ROOD, GEORGE H. IIK4. ................... New Smyrna Beach
ROOKS, DANIEL FRANCIS ................... Inverness






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ROQUET, FRANK CLIFFORD ........................Jacksonville
ROSE, LESTER J. 4'BA...........................Coral Gables
Ross, REGINALD H .................................. Williston
ROTHE, HENRY STURGEON ..................Green Cove Springs




ROWLEY, J. WINDSOR Bno I................New Smyrna Beach
RUSSELL, JACK CLAYTON. .............................Sanford
SAFFY, DAVID S................................. Jacksonville
SALSBURY, LEONARD W.. .................... Port Tampa City



SATTERWHITE, ROBERT BENNETT ......................Sebring
SAWYER, EARL MORROW ..........................Lynn Haven
SCHAUB, WILLIAM CHARLES ............................Tampa
SCOVILLE, RAYMOND BANKER, JR. KZ........... Daytona Beach




SCORGIN, E. DUDLEY ......... ...................... Bradenton
SHIPP, JOHN S., JR ................................ Greenville
SSIMONSON, GEORGE L .................. .. .. .. St. Petersburg
SIMPSON, THOMAS BLAIR IIK4I. ................. Jacksonville




SSIMPSON, ROBERT LINCOLN ................ ......... .Madison
SIMs, GEORGE E. ........................ .... Miami
SINGER, LEON. IBA ................... ..........Gainesville
SISTRUNK, LOUIE WILSON ............................Williston




SMITH, C. NEIL ',ZAO ............................. Gainesville
SMITH, JULIAN VEREEN. KA ....................Tallahassee
SMITH, LAWRENCE S. ATQ ................. .Washington, D. C.
SNETMAN, LOUIS F. BA ............................. Miami




SPEIRS, DONALD TAIT ............................ Miami Beach
STAMBAUGH, JERE LONG, JR. AP ................ Auburndale
STANTON, CURTIS HENDERSON .................. Ft. Lauderdale
STEARNS, JAMES E......................... West Palm Beach




STEPHENS, FLETCHER FOSTER ......................... Alachua
STEVENS, IKE BRACKIN, JR. ZAE .......................Miami
STEWART, J. RUFUS BeII .............................Milton
STRAIGHT, JACOB F..................................... Miami




STROH, OSCAR H ............................... Gainesville
SUGARMAN, MEYER LEWIS, JR........................ Pensacola
SWANN, FRANKLIN W. 'bKT ..................... Lakeland
SWOOPE, ROBERT LEE IIKI. .............. New Smyrna Beach





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SULLIVAN, EUGENE B. Z1,E ...................... Miami
TALLY, SIDNEY K. AT ............... ............... Tavares
TANSEY, JOHN B .................... .............. Miami
TAYLOR, THEODORE R ............ ........... Leesburg




TILGHMAN, JOHN Q., JR................................Miami
TODSON, THOMAS K........................St. Petersburg
TOFFALETI, JAMES P. ArP ................. .Port Tampa City
TOLAND, WILLIAM J., JR.......................... Jacksonville




TRAFFORD, A. H., JR. K ............................ Cocoa
TRAINA, JOHN L....................................... Tampa
TREADWAY, CHESTER B., JR. AT ................... Tavares
TRUSKETT, HARVE E............................. Gainesville




Tu es, JOHN M. AX .............................Orlando
TUCKER, GILBERT A. APP ........................... Bunnell
TULLY, CHARLES J., JR. ArPP .....................Bradenton
ULMER, W. KEITH .................................... Largo




VAN BRUNT, TOM BYRD N. .................. ... Tallahassee
VAUGHAN, PAUL J..................... ..........Bradenton
VAUSE, L. EDWARD.................................. Williston
VUILLEMIN, ALEXANDER C...................West Palm Beach




WADSWORTH, MERLE M ................................Tampa
WAITS, WILLIAM E., JR ............................ Hawthorne
WALLACE, JOHN B. XX ..............................Tampa
WALLACE, WALDO W ........................... Panama City




WALKER, TOM B. X4 .......................... Winter Haven
WARREN, JOHN B...................................... Miami
WARREN, JOHN C. BOl ........................Dunnellon
WATKINS, JOHN B. ZX ...........................Micanopy




WATSON, RICHARD B. MAE ......................... Miami
WEAVER, JAMES M ........... ................... Leesburg
WEINTRAUB, HARRY ............................... Key West
WEISIGER, GRAHAM P. -AE............ ...... Daytona Beach




WELCH, ERNEST W ........ .... ............ Marianna
WENDT, RAPH E. II ..................... Jacksonville
WERNICKE, JULIUS F., JR ..........................Pensacola
WERNICKE, ROGER M ............................... Pensacola






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WERTZ, MAYNARD Z .. .......... ..... . Lake Worth
WHITCOMB, ADRIAN H......... ....... . . ..... Umatilla
WHITEHEAD, RICHARD H. IIZ ................. Anna Maria
WHITEHURST, VIVIAN E., JR........... .......... Williston




WHITING, JAMES B.............................Gainesville
WHITMAN, WILLIAM F. Z:E. ................... Miami Beach
W ICKER, IDUS Q. IIKQ ............................ ... M iami
WIGGIN, ALBERT A ....... ............ ...... Coconut Grove




SWILD, WILLIAM H. ZAE.......................Jacksonville
W ILKINS, ROE H ......................... ... ..... .Leesburg
WILKINS, WOODROW W. IN. ................... Pensacola
W ILKINSON, JACK .................................. Chiefland




WILKINSON, ROGER L................. .....:........ Jupiter
WINCHESTER, Louis E............................ Tallahassee
WING, JOHN D. n'KT .......................... Winter Park
WILSON, DON H. ArP .... .... .................. Bartow




WILLIAMSON, EDWARD C. ..... ........ Atlantic Beach
WOLFSON, WILFRED W. TE4I .................... Lakeland
WOODBERY, THOMAS H. IN .. . ...... .... ... ..Tampa
WORKMAN, ROBERT V. AT ............. ... St. Petersburg




WORSHAM, RICHARD A. HAz......... ......... Jacksonville
WRIGHT, DON M.................................Lynn Haven
WRIGHT, RICHARD 0 ................... Montgomery, Alabama
WRIGHT, RUSSELL A. KT ........... East Orange, New Jersey



WRIGHT, WILLIAM E. OKN ........................Newberry
WYNNE, MILAS T. IIKcI .................. .......... Eustis
WYNNE, O. BOYD eAO ........ ...... ........... Tampa
YAMAUCHI, YOSHIKAZU ........................ Miami Beach




YDE, HOWARD R. liHK'. .......................... Leesburg
YON, P. L. 4IKT ............................... Tallahassee
YOUNG, GEORGE T. ZIE ........................Vero Beach
FULLER, WALLACE F.......... ............. ......... Clearwater




FABRICK, ELMORE K...........................Gainesville
DYKES, J. N., JR.................................... Havana
LANE, FRANK L......................................Tampa





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THE STAFF of the 1938 SEMINOLE well realizes that
without the counsel, aid and cooperation of a great
many other people this book could never have been
transformed from abstract plans to a reality.

We wish to express our sincere appreciation to the
following who have contributed much to the publica-
tion of this volume: To DR. KOKOMOOR and the Board
of Student Publications for the splendid cooperation
which they gave us this year; to FRED GILBERT, the
ever-helpful Secretary to the Board; to ED HAWKINS,
our artist, for our artwork, unique to Florida; to MR.
OGLESBY, MR. HAY and MR. VAN SCIVER of the H. &
W. B. DREW COMPANY for their aid and advice in
printing; to MR. W. M. MATTHEWS of the Tampa
Daily Times Engraving Department for his excellent
aid, necessitating many trips between Gainesville and
Tampa; to KENNETH SKAGGS for his helpful sugges-
tions for the feature section; ALAN AND FRANK
ANDERSON for their cooperation in getting the pho-
tography so vital to the book, and to others which
space prohibits naming.
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LESTER POUCHER ........................................ President
SAMUEL S. SADLER, JR ................ .............. .Vice President
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ACOSTA, S. E.... ....................Jacksonville
ADAMS, J. F. ..................................Quincy
ADAMS, W. L. Z,.E .... ...............West Palm Beach
ADELSON, B. H. TE .................... .......Tampa




ADLER, J. H. ,bBA. .............. ...........Daytona Beach
ALBRECHT, J. R ........... .. ............Gainesville
ALLEN, W. H .......... .... .................... Pinetta
ALVAREZ, J. C. .................... ..... Tampa




ANDERS, C. L. lIK1.......... ... ........... Blountstown
ANDERSON, C. C. MX............ .........West Pahnl Beach
ANDERSON, H. M. ,AE............ ..........Miami
ANDERSON, M. L. KN..... ... ......... Odessa




ANDERSON, O. E ......... .. ................... Englewood
ANDERSON, R. J.................. ..........St. Petersburg
ANDERSON, W. AE..................North Miami Beach
ARCHER, H. .H....... ... ............ Howey-in-the-Hills





ARMSTRONG, J. !N ................. ........ Jacksonville
ARMSTRONG, P. R . ....... ............ ... St. Augustine
ARNOLD, J. N. ............................. ..... Groveland
ARTHUR, J. P. ................... ........... Bradenton




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ASH, P. B. XP' ................... .......Ft. Lauderdale
ASKEW, B. E. X.' ......................... DeFuniak Springs
ATKINSON, W H .................................. Um atilla
AUSTIN, MAURICE H. KI .............. ............... Miami



AVANT, D. A. ........... ...............Mt. Pleasant
BADGER, W. E.. .................... ............Hastings
BAILEY, R. J. IAz.................................. Orlando
BAKER, L. G....................... ......... ..... Pierson




BAKER, R. J........... ..................... Hanover, Pa.
BARCO, J. N........................Gainesville
BARNERT, E. H. TEI. ............................ Jacksonville
BARNHILL, E. .....................................Baker




BARROW, L. R. ..................... Pensacola
BARTLETT, B. IKA................ ....... .... Orlando

BAYNARD, H. T. ATQ ...... ........... ... .St. Petersburg




BEAUCHAMP, W. A.. .... ... .......... ........ Winter Haven
BEDWELL, M. D. iAE ....... .... ........... Fort Smith, Ark.
BEERS, S. P. Ae ........ .. ........ Evanston, Ill.
BELL, E. W 2X .............................. Crawfordville


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BERMAN, I. W. TE4.............................Crestview
BETTIS, R. W. 2ZN ............................. Tampa
BEVIS, B. ............. ...................... Bascom
BIGGER, C. H ................................. Gainesville




BIGGs, H. K............. .. ..................... Barberville
BINGHAM, B. G ....... .........................Pensacola
BLANTON, J. R. ZAE ............................... Miami
BOOTH, E. W....... ......... ..............Plant City




BOYD, C. E. BO l............................... .Leesburg
BoYD, C. T. rKIf.A .................. Jacksonville
BOZORTH, C. L ................................... Gainesville
BRACKETT, A. F. ATO ..................... West Palm Beach

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BlRAFoRnD, R. D. AXA ......................... Carrabelle
BRADLEY, JACK 2.X ............................. Gainesville
BRADLEY, J. R ........................... Sweetwater, Tenn.
BAGGc, B. W. A ..............................Alachua




BRIDGEs, S. S. ATIO ........... ................. Blountstown
BIn;Gs, E. E .. .......... .................... Orsino
BRINSON, S. S. KA ............................. Madison
BROOKE, D. L. ...................................... Seville





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BROOKS, C. E ................................... Mount Dora
BROOKs, W.B.. i Tallahassee
BROOKS, W. B................................Tallahassee
BROWN, E ................ ................... Jacksonville
BRowN, H. B. 3.AO ......................... St. Augustine



BRYAN, W. H., JR.................. ............... Palatka
BRYANT, L. A. IKA ............................ Orlando
BUNKLEY, J. W. KA .....................Montgomery, Ala.
BURKHARDT, R. W. X. ....................West Palm Beach




BURKHARDT, V. L. 2X ..................W. .West Palm Beach
BURNS, T. M ................................. Lake Worth
BUTLER, A. L ................................... Sebring
BUTLER, J. R............... ....................Plant City




BUTT, N. ATQ. ................................... Orlando
BYRNES, G. M. 'AO ........................... St. Petersburg
CANDELET, J. F. BO0 .......................... St. Petersburg
CANTRELL, F. H. MAE ........................... Gainesville




CAPO, M. T ..................... ................ Gainesville
CARLSON, O. I. AX ..........................Winter Park
CALToN, L. V. AX ...........................Wauchula
CAYCE, W R..................... .............. Jacksonville

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