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The Seminole
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Vol. no.1 (1910) - v. 63 (1973).

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DEDICATION


We wish to dedicate this, the thirty-first volume
of the Seminole, not to any one individual, but
to all those whose efforts have contributed and
are contributing to the PROGRESS of the Uni-
versity of Florida-those who have had a part
in elevating our University to its present out-
standing place in the higher education of the
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FOREWORD



It has been our purpose to depict in the 1940
Seminole the background of the University of
Florida-the cities and villages throughout the
state from whence come the young manhood
which is our student body; to focus attention
on the forward progress of the state and of the
University; and at the same time to recreate the
incidents of this school year which enrich this
volume and lend it greater permanency of value.


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GOVERNOR CONE

Governor Cone, himself an alumnus of the Univer-
sity of Florida, has been a loyal supporter of Gator
activities for years. His efforts have ever been
conscientiously and unselfishly bent upon the best
interests of the State of Florida. His shrewd poli-
cies have done much to set the stage for a greater
period in the development of our state and the
progress of the University of Florida in the future.








HONORABLE FRED P. CONE









STATE

BOARD OF CONTROL

The State Board of Control is a board com-
posed of six of Florida's leading citizens who
serve on the Board without compensation. The
Board acts as an intermediary between the
State Legislature and the University, advising
the Legislature as to the University's needs,
and supervising the expenditure of appropria-
tions, the appointment of faculty, and other
policies and activities of the University. The
present Board has been extremely helpful in
cooperating with the University Administra-
lion in its attempt to keep the University
progressing and prevent its retrogressing.

STATE BOARD OF CONTROL



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PRESIDENT JOHN J. TIGERT





THE PRESIDENT
It has been through the sincere efforts and toil of our President, Dr. John J. Tigert,
that the University of Florida has risen to its present status as an educational institu-
tion of the first rank. Always democratic in spirit, Dr. Tigert has been an exemplary
leader and a guiding spirit in maintaining Florida's cherished ideals and traditions and
in actively fostering every effort of the administration and of the student body to-
ward progress. His keen insight and broad foresight are even now laying the founda-
tion for a greater University of Tomorrow.






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UNIVERSITY


Dean R. C. Beaty's quiet, capable guidance
as Dean of Students has resulted in a progres-
sively better student body, year by year. The
Dean with his quiet sense of humor and ready
willingness to serve the University of Florida
students at all times and help them in making
student activities coincide with student needs
and desires has become a steadfast friend of
the Florida man. Dean Beaty has been
largely responsible for securing increased op-
portunities for students working their way
through the University, in addition to better-
ing campus working conditions.
Dean Beaty came to the Florida campus in
S1925 as secretary of the Y.M.C.A., and stayed
to become the Assistant Dean of Students and
then Dean of Students after the death of
Dean Tolbert.


DEAN R. C. BEATY
DEAN J. ED PRICE






Joseph Edwin Price--a Florida man working
with Florida men. This is as Dean Price would
rather be considered than as a Dean of Florida
students. A former Florida man who, aside
from all his undergraduate achievements and
his equal success as our Assistant Dean of
Students, is a man of sterling character and
personality. He becomes the immediate per-
sonal friend of any who have the good fortune
to come into contact with him, as many
a Florida man has discovered. His steady
earnestness, his keen understanding of human
nature, and his abundant energy have aided
him in rendering much invaluable service to
Florida students.
Dean Price came to the University of Flor-
ida in 1926 as a Freshman, graduated in 1930,
and has remained ever since as a professor
of English and then as Assistant Dean of
Students.







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OFFICIALS


Klein Graham, as Business Manager of the
University, from behind the glass walls of his
office, guides the disbursement of the Univer-
sity finances and carries on all the mercenary
transactions that necessarily must be a part
of any institution of higher learning. Some
$2,500,000 pass through Mr. Graham's office
every year. Through his years as Business
Manager Klein Graham has proved a thor-
oughly capable guardian of our none-to-
plentiful financial resources.
He came to this campus in 1906. Since then
he has held numerous positions of financial
responsibility on the campus. He plays an
active part in the University athletic program
as a member of the committee on athletics
and as treasurer of the Athletic Association.
His social fraternity is Beta Theta Pi.


KLEIN H. GRAHAM
DEAN H. W. CHANDLER








H. W. Chandler, Registrar of the Univer-
sity, fills the newly created office of Dean of
the University. Dean Chandler in his capacity
of Registrar supervises registration procedure
and keeps complete records of the doings of
some thirty-five hundred students. As Dean
of the University he acts as an assistant to
President Tigert in the general administration
of the University affairs.
Dean Chandler came to the University oi
Florida first as an instructor of mathematics
in 1923. He is a member of the Phi Kappa Tau
fraternity and has been very active in the
affairs of the national organization.












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DR. G. C. TILLMAN, UNIVERSITY PHYSICIAN

ADMINISTRA-
TIVE
OFFICIALS



Walter B. Hill, the new
University Librarian, is doubt-
lessly a stranger to the ma -
jority of students since his
activities are carried on
largely "behind the scenes".
However, he is probably bet-
ter known to undergraduates
than his library. One gathers
on slight association with
Mr. Hill that he is quite a
character.



WALTER B. HILL, UNIVERSITY LIBRARIAN

Genial Frank Wright as publicity director and alumni secretary creates
a yearning among the graduated fortunates of our old alma mater to keep
in closer contact with us. Through his valuable publicity he keeps us from
being entirely forgotten when the fresh pork is taken out of the barrel in
the white domed building.
The efficient operation of the Florida Union is concrete evidence of
Billy Matthews' business ability, and his ability as the University's cordial
host is unsurpassed. When Billy acts as a master of ceremonies our enjoy-
ment of his jokes is exceeded only by his own.
Jack Butler, a former president of the Gator student body, now fills the
newly created office of Director of Residence whose task is that of super-
vising all the dormitories and rooming facilities on the campus. With the
building of two new dormitories and the consequent increase of the Univer-
sity's rooming accommodations, this position has become one of no little
importance.
Dr. G. C. Tillman, the University Physician, is entrusted with the guard-
ianship of the health and sanitation of the University and its thirty-five
hundred students; along which line marked progress has been made in
recent years with our beautiful and efficient infirmary as an inspiration.

JOHN D. BUTLER, DIRECTOR OF RESIDENCE




















FRANK'S. WRIGHT, DIRECTOR OF PUBLICITY

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COLLEGE OF LAW







The University of Florida's College of Law,
distinctive in its dignified and time-honored
traditions, its lofty standards of achievement,
and its eminent group of prominent and suc-
cessful graduates, retains its position as one
of the South's leaders in the legal field.
Aside from the keynote of tradition our Law
College is also progressive, having adopted
many of the newer methods and innovations
in curriculum and instruction. The faculty
maintains constant touch with the American
and State Bar Associations, other leading Law
Colleges throughout the country, and with
prominent legal organizations of the South
and elsewhere.







DEAN H. R. TRUSSLER


























LAW FACULTY




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THE GENERAL
COLLEGE
Aimed at providing Freshmen and Sophomores
with a general education of the world about them
before they begin specialized training, Florida's
General College is a novel educational experiment.
To carry out the principle of letting the students
know something about everything before they start
learning everything about something, six compre-
hensive courses cover every imaginable item in their
particular fields. Each comprehensive is designated
by the letter "C", followed by an identification
number.
C-l covers the social world or man's relationships
with other men; C-2 deals with the physical world
or man's struggle with his environment; C-3 is a tool
subject, taking in the techniques of reading, speak-
ing and writing; C-4 is another tool subject divided
into two one-semester parts, the first scrutinizing
man and his thinking and the second a course in
general mathematics; C-5 embraces the humanities
and attempts to give students an appreciation of
art; C-6 covers man and the biological world to
teach students about their and other creature's
inner workings.
Only the final examinations count in these com-
DEAN WINSTON C. LITTLE prehensive courses, and grades are given accord-
ingly. Examinations are graded electrically, with
results being figured on a curve, thus pitting the
students against one another on a competitive basis.


























MAN AND THE PHYSICAL WORLD THE HUMANITIES




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ARTS AND


















CHEMISTRY
DEAN TOWNES R. LEIGH



Recovering its popularity, the
College of Arts and Sciences has
this year the largest enrollment
of all Upper Division colleges and
professional schools. Although
offering professional courses, the
curricula is arranged to give the
student a well-rounded education
outside the field of specialization.
Consisting of the college proper
and a School of Pharmacy, the
PSYCHOLOGY



LANGUAGES AND LITERATURE

ASSISTANT DEAN W. H. WILSON








SCIENCES MATHEMATICS


















JOURNALISM





PHYSICS
Arts and Sciences College offers
the Bachelor of Arts in Journalism
and the Bachelor of Science in
Pharmacy in addition to the reg-
ular Bachelor of Science and
Bachelor of Arts degrees.
Dean Townes R. Leigh heads the
College, having served as acting
Vice-President of the University,
and Assistant Dean W. H. Wilson
is the man who listens to the stu-
dents' troubles.

BIOLOGY
AND
GEOLOGY
















SPEECH SOCIOLOGY








ARTS AND SCIENCES






















HISTORY AND POLITICAL SCIENCE




ENWALL
DEPARTMENT OF PHILOSOPHY





Evidencing its progressive spirit,
the College recently placed all of
its modern languages under one
department head-a distinct edu-
cational advantage both to pro-
fessors and to students in this
field of study.
Three of the four University
departments offering the Ph.D.
degree are under the authority of
this College.



JOHNSON
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COLLEGE OF EDUCATION





















EDUCATION FACULTY







The profession of teaching in
Florida receives yearly additions
from the graduates of the College
of Education at the University of
Florida. This institution gives
the privilege of laboratory e'xperi-
ence in teaching to all those who
receive its degrees and offers a
wide variety of courses dealing
with educational techniques and
philosophy.
Our Education College has the
distinction of being the most pop-
ular Summer Session College on
this campus, as teachers from all
over the State come here for addi-
tional training.
The responsibility of building
Florida's youngsters into useful,
happy citizens belongs largely to
graduates of the University's Col-
lege of Education.


DEAN J. W. NORMAN

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M. D. COGBURN E. P. POWERS D. M. BEIGHTS





BUSINESS


Because the popularity and
prestige of professional courses
for specialized business and com-
mercial training are becoming
increasingly greater each year,
Florida's Business Administration
College is enjoying a rapid devel-
opment.
Headed by Dean Walter J.
Matherly, one of the South's most
competent authorities on business
and commercial problems, and
staffed by highly competent pro-
fessors and teachers in the poly-
phased intricacies of business, our


DEAN WALTER J. MATHERLY



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A. S. CAMPBELL F. W. TUTTLE J. B. McFERRIN S. deR. DEITTRICH





ADMINISTRATION
ROLAND B. EUTSLER

Business Administration School
enrollment and list of prominent
graduates has become strikingly
large in the last few years.
Now included in the ever-widen-
ing variety of business subjects
offered by this College is a coop- JOHN G. ELDRIDGE
erative course in Public Adminis-
tration with the College of Arts
and Sciences. Many innovations
in organization and curriculum,
of the type adopted by leading
colleges and universities through-
out our country, are now in opera-
tion in the Business Administra-
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tion School.




H. B. DOLBEARE J. WESLEY FLY O. F. HESKIN







COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE



Due largely to the College of Agriculture's
efforts, high ideals and standards have been
infused into the spirit of daily farm, tasks in
Florida. Teachers of vocational agriculture
and county agents, trained in this College,
have instilled learning of high order, adher-
ence to scientific practices, and demonstrated
leadership into the agriculturalist's basic code
of ethics, through close contact with the
farmer.
Many Future Farmers of America continue
their high-school vocational training in the
College of Agriculture and learn further the





PROVOST WILMON NEWELL





fundamentals of successful farming, the re-
quisites of a new agriculture lighted by sci-
ence, and lessons of cooperation and thrift.
This leadership training develops their ability
to demand an equal share with industry in our
country's general prosperity.
Many graduates of the College of Agricul-
ture go into the agricultural education service,
extension service, and into the experiment
stations, where they render incomparable
assistance not only to the farmer, but to the
College of Agriculture in furthering its inspir-
ing task.

DEAN H. H. HUME



DEPARTMENT OF AGRONOMY DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS









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AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERING, CHEMISTRY AND EDUCATION DEPARTMENT OF HORTICULTURE






























DEPARTMENT OF ENTOMOLOGY





















DEPARTMENT OF BOTANY AND BACTERIOLOGY DEPARTMENT OF ANIMAL HUSBANDRY
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COLLEGE
OF
ENGINEERING

Struggling ever upward
since its inauguration in
1910, the College of Engi-
neering today has some 350
student engineers in its ranks
and over 993 of its alumni
holding positions of responsi-
bility in the industrial world.
The College itself is di-
vided into five departments
-Mechanical, Chemical,
Electrical, Industrial, and
Civil-all coordinated by the
Benton Engineering Council,
a governing body composed
of student representatives
from each field of instruc-

Completion of the most
completely equipped hydrau-
lic laboratory in the South
has set into motion extensive
plans which will ultimately
give the University of Florida
the finest Engineering plant
and school in this section of
the country.






DEAN JOSEPH WEIL



ENGINEERING FACULTY





















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GRADUATE

SCHOOL

Differing from the other col-
leges and schools of the University
of Florida, the Graduate School
embodies the final advanced goals
of formal education, representing
long hours of independent study,
research, and a preponderance of
creative work.
Those aspiring to doctor's de-
grees in all colleges and in the
various fields of endeavor are num-
bered among the men and women
enrolled in this school. Their mo-
tives are well defined, their aims
and purposes fixed, and little of
the uncertainty prevalent in under-
graduate curricular activity is dis-
covered here.
Though not as rich in tradition
and somewhat more limited in
scope than other colleges on this
campus, the School is improving
yearly in many respects and em-
bodies not only the spirit of, but
also the excellent opportunity for
extra-specialized advancement in
the more important phases of cul-
ture.
DEAN T. M. SIMPSON


DEAN B. C. RILEY

GENERAL
EXTENSION
DIVISION
The University of Florida's Gen-
ieral Extension Division has proven
one of the most valuable means
of rendering accessible useful
branches of knowledge to Florida
people who would otherwise be un-
able to continue their college work
for undergraduate and advanced
degrees.
This much-needed department
is fully and efficiently equipped to
offer college and graduate courses
to persons throughout the State
and South and has increased the
University's actual enrollment to
a much higher figure than appears
in the usual statistics.

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FORESTRY




In 1935 the Department of Forestry
come into existence. This small yet
determined organization soon began to
grow. At the opening of its third year
the Department was recognized as a
School of Forestry and has since in-
creased in size and scope with surprising
rapidity. At their last regular session
the Florida State Legislature, by legisla-
tive enactment, raised the School of
Forestry to the full standing of a college.
The Austin Cary Memorial Forest and
the University Conservation Reserve at



H. S. NEWINS
DIRECTOR


ARCH ITECTURE
AND ALLIED ARTS














ARCHITECTURE
AND
ALLIED ARTS

This division of the University offers
thorough professional training in architec-
ture, building construction, landscape
architecture, painting and commercial art.
Widely recognized as occupying a leading
position in architectuial education in the
United States, the school employs the proj-
cct method of teaching, which provides
individual instruction for each student and
permits the coordination of theory and
practice to a degree seldom found outside
the actual professional circles. The Direc-
tor of the School, as Architect to the Board
of Control, originates the plans for the
buildings at the State's various institutions
of higher learning.
RUDOLPH WEAVER, DIRECTOR
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COLLEGE


FORESTRY FACULTY
Welaka afford excellent facilities for
practical field instruction. The far-
sighted faculty is using these forests ex-
perimentally to gain through research
valuable facts necessary to the future
expansion and success of forest indus-
tries in our State.
Last year the Forestry College, co-
operating with turpentine interests in
Florida, produced a very commendable
exhibit in the Florida Building at the
New York World's Fair.









PHARMACY
STAFF















SCHOOL OF

PHARMACY

Founded largely through the efforts of
our State Pharmaceutical Association, the
University of Florida's School of Pharmacy
has expanded since 1919from a tinydepart-
ment in the basement of Science Hall to
such size that today it occupies nearly half
of the Chemistry-Pharmacy Building.
Both men and women are admitted to
Pharmacy to pursue work toward Bachelor
of Science, Master of Science, or Doctor of
Philosophy degrees, women students com-
prising nearly twenty percent of the
School's total enrollment.
A demand within the State for graduates
which exceeds the present supply promises
bright futures for those pursuing Pharmacy
as their life's work.
B. V. CHRISTENSEN, DIRECTOR
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MILITARY DEPARTMENT





The Reserve Officers' Training Corps
unit of the University of Florida, only
twenty years old, has merited an Excel-
lent rating by the United States War
Department, the highest that can be
obtained.
This unit is composed of one Infantry
regiment and two Field Artillery regi-
ments, with two years of compulsory
military training and two additional
years of Advanced work if the student
chooses to specialize in the study of
Military Tactics. The unit is command-
ed by Cadet Commanders -Seniors in
the Advanced Course.
Taking military are more than one-
half of the student body, with 1,457
Basic students and 315 Advanced
students.




COLONEL S. R. HOPKINS, P. M. S. T.






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PHI BETA KAPPA

OFFICERS
DR. JOHN J. TIGERT ... . . . . .. President
DR. J. M. LEAKE . . .. ... . . Vice-President
DR. M. J. DAUER .. . . . . . Secretary
DR. H. L. KNOWLES ....... ... . .. Treasurer
DR. W H. WILSON ............. . . . Historian


Phi Beta Kappa, oldest of the Greek letter societies, was founded at the College of
William and Mary in 1776. Qualifications for membership include liberal culture,
high scholarship, and good character. Only those students are eligible to election as
members whose work has been designed principally for a knowledge, understanding, or
appreciation of the natural and social world in which we live, as contrasted with
training intended principally to develop skill or vocational techniques. The large pro-
portion of members that attain national and international recognition is evidence of
the effectiveness of these standards. The University of Florida was honored with a
chapter in 1938.













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Al on Walker Weissinger Whitehed Williams Withers Younglder
Butt Campbell Carson Conkling Cypen Dunlop Earnest Erwin
Fiezl Gay Haeger Hamilton Hart Hawkins Hedrick Jaffe
Johnson Jopling Kinzer Lee Lisk McGlasson Monahan Nearpass
Perry Peterson Price, D. D Price, M. Rothermel Schaub Simon Smith
Stanton Walker Weissinger Whitehead Williams Withers Young



PHI KAPPA PHI
OFFICERS
W S. PERRY . . . . . President
H. P. CONSTANS . . . . . Vice-President
B. J. OTTE . . . . . . . . . Secretary
A. J. SHEALY . . . . . . . . Treasurer
MISS GWENDOLYN LLOYD . . . Journal Correspondent

The primary object of Phi Kappa Phi is "to emphasize scholarship and character in
the thoughts of college students". Founded at the University of Maine in 1897, it has
become national in scope with chapters today in forty-nine universities and colleges.
To encourage scholarly attainment in its broadest sense, the prize of membership
in the Society is extended to students of high attainment in all branches of study,
whether in arts or literature, in religion or science, in agriculture or engineering, in
any field of human endeavor, since in the thought of this Society, all are of equal
importance in so for as they embody a search for ultimate TRUTH.



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SENIOR LAW
CLASS OFFICERS
Robert E. Dean . . President
Wallace Jopling . . . Vice-President
Sam F. Carter . . Secretary-Treasurer
















FRESHMAN LAW
CLASS OFFICERS
Marshall McDonald . . . President J UNIOR LA W
Raymond Ehrlich .... . Vice-President CLASS OFFICERS
Patrick G. Emmanuel . . Secretary-Treasurer
Mitchell Magid .. President
James Y. Wilson ... Vice-President
Charles R. P. Brown Secretary-Treasurer















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S ENIO R LAW


William Wilson Arnold
L.L.B.
IAE
Groveland Lucille Carolyn Cairns
Colonels, Phi Delta Phi, President, '39; Presi- LLB.
dent Sigma Alpha Epsilon, '39; Blue Key, Phi Gainesville
Eta Sigma, Alpha Kappa Psi, President, '37;
Beta Gamma Sigma, Phi Kappa Phi, Honor
Court, Summer Session, '38; Vice-President,
Junior Law, '38, '39.


Murray DuBois Carmichael, Jr. Samuel 'O. Carson
A.B., L.L.B. L.L.B.
IAE EA
West Palm Beach Daytona Beach
Phi Delta Phi. Phi Delta Phi, Blue Key.



S. Filson Carter William Grier Carver
L. L. B. L.L.B.
PIN Bc Lakeland
Palm Beach Phi Alpha Delta, President; John Marshall So-
Phi Delta Phi, President, Pirates; Colonels, ciety, Redfearn Prize, '39; Alligator, '31, '32,
Sabres, John Marshall Society, Interfraternity '33; Seminole, '31, '32.
Conference, '39; President, Sigma Nu.


A. T. Cooper, Jr.
LL. B. Robert Glenn Dean
I N L. L.B.
Monticello
Phi Delta Phi, Bacchus, Sabres, Interfraternity Athletic CouSt. Boxing '6.
Conference, '36, '37; L'Apache, Colonels, Sec.-Council, '37, '38; Boxing, '36.
Treas. Freshman Law, '37, '38; President,
Junior Law, '38, '39.


ICharles Harold Earnest
William Henry Downs A.B., L.L.B.
L.L.B. n KA
Miami Gainesville
Phi Delta Phi.




Otis E. Farrington
Margaret T. Edwards B.S.B.A., L.L.B.
L.L.B. KI
K 46 Ft. Lauderdale
Lakeland Phi Alpha Delta, Phi Eta Sigma, Colonels,
White Friars, Bacchus, Interfraternity Confer-
ence, Executive Council, '37, '38.

Wilson Freeman
L.L.B.
KiA Louis Andrew Gaitanis
Jacksonville L L.B
Colonels, Phi Delta Phi, Advanced Military, Miami
President, Kappa Alpha, '38, '40; L'Apache,
Debate Club, Interfraternity Conference,
Sabres, John Marshall Society, Seminole, '34;,
Varsity Football Manager, '38.
Delbridge Lindley Gibbs
L.L.B.
Richard Hilliard Gaylord Jacksonvil!e
Richard Hilliard Gaylord Blue Key, Colonels, Alpha Kappa Psi, WRUF
B.S. Staff, Interfraternity Conference, President
Tampa Lyceum Council, '37; Alligator, '34, '35, '36,
'37; Seminole, '35, '36, '37; Florida Review,
'34, '35.


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S ENIO R LA W




George Franklin Gilleland Harold E Gooding
L. LB. L.L.B.
Daytona Be ch West Palm Beach
President, Phi Delta Phi, Colonels, Omicron
Delta Kappa.



John David Harris, Jr. Paul M. Henderson
BS B.A, L.L.B. B.S., L.L.B.
IN nKA
St. Petersburg Lakeland
L'Apache, '37, '8, ''9; Colonels, Phi Delta Colonels.
Phi, Advanced Military, Sabres, John Marshall
Society.



Olavi M. Hendrickson James Branch Hodges
AdB. L.L.B.
Miami
Miami Lake City
Phi Alpha Delta.



i Earle B. Johnson
Richard M. James L.L.B.
L.L.B. K T
Grand Rapids, Michigan DeLand
Phi Alpha Delta. Phi Alpha Delta.



Wallace M. Jopling, Jr.
L.L.B.
Harry Poe Johnson KA
L.BL Pake City
LL0 B Phi Delta Phi, Colonels, Phi Kappa Phi, Phi Eta
South Boca Grande Sigma, L'Apache, Blue Key, Clerk Honor
Court, '37, '38; Vice-President, Senior Law,
'39; Seminole, '36.

r Wareing Thomas Miller
L.L.B.
Frank Parker McCraw West alm Beach
A.B., L.L.B. Blue Key, Phi Delta Phi, President, Young
fl KA Democrats, Colonels, Pirates, "F" Club, Foot-
Gainesville ball Numeral, '34; Football Team, '35, '36,
Advanced Military, Scabbard and Blade, Pres-
ident, Freshman Law Class.
H. E. Moredock ,
B.S.B.A., L.L.B.
KA Samuel Oliver O'Bryan, Jr.
Miami L.L.B.
Tennis, '38; Alpha Kappa Psi, Advanced Mili- Miami
tary, L'Apache, Colonels, Sabres. Executive Council, '39, '40; Vice-President,
Stephen C. O'Connell Freshman Law, '37, '38; Secy.-Treas. Junior
Stephen C O'Connell Law, '38, '39; Tennis, '35, '36,'37, '38; Phi
BS.B A., L.L. B. Alpha Delta, "F" Club.
ATR 1I
West Palm Beach
Executive Council, '.37, '38; President, Student Maynard Ramsey
Body, '38, '39; President, Sophomore Class, A.B., L.L.B.
'35, '36; Boxing, '35, 36, '37, '38; Captain IA E
Boxing, '38; Alligator, '31, '35; Blue Key, Pres- Tampa
ident, '-10; L'Apache, Colonels, Phi Delta Phi, Colonels, Phi Delta Phi, "F" Club, President,
Freshman Boxing Coach, '39, '-10; Hall of i L'Apache, '37, '38; President, John Marshall
Fame, '38; Sabres, Advanced Military, Who's Society, Young Democrats,Captain Golf Team,
Who, '38, '39, '-0; Interfraternity Conference, '36, '39; Golf Team, '36, '37, '39; Interfra-
'36, '37; "F" Club, President, Young Demo- ternity Conference, Sabres, President, Sigma
crats, '37, '38; Board of Managers, Fla Union, Alpha Epsilon, Blue Key.
'38, '39.
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SE N I O R LAW



SWilliam A. Spence
James D. Raye L.L.B.
L.L.B. n KA
Jacksonville Metropolis, Illinois
Phi Delta Phi, Colonels




Dick Tench
L.L.B. Jeannette E. TeSelle
Clearwater L.L.B.
Chancellor, Honor Court, '38, '39. Gainesville





James Edward Wallace John L. Warren
L.L.B. B.S.B.A., L.L.B.
n K A X '
Wilmington, North Carolina Gainesville


William S. Wightman
Kenneth A. White llnKa
A.B., L.L.B. Jacksonville
: N Phi Alpha Delta, Sabres, Commerce Club, Pro-
Pensacola -y peller Club, Pirates, Boxing Numeral, Business
Colonels, Pirates, Cavaliers, Freshman Boxing, Manager, Seminole, '38; Business Manager,
'34. Summer Gator, '37, '38; Business Manager,
L Alligator,'7 '37, '38; Circulation Manager, Alli-
gator, '36, '37.

il jGeorge Cressler Young
Ralph Braithwaite Wilson Gi LL B.
L.L.B. Daytona Beach
Palatka President, Blue Key, Phi Beta Kappa, Phi
Phi Delta Phi. Kappa Phi, Phi Delta Phi, Debate Club, Col-
onels, White Friars, Florida Players, Interfra-
ternity Conference, Hall of Fame, '39; Presi-
-ent, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, '39.

























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SU N I 0 R L A W



Gerson Blatt Chauncey K. Hyatt
TE 4 ex X
Miami Tampa


SCharles R. P. Brown William A. Johnson
Orlando Lake Worth


Robert Singleton Chapman William L. Kimball, Jr.
4 K T Bradenton
Raiford

Roy Christopher Henry E. B. Kurtz
I x l A e
Mount Dora Miami

Emanuel Levenson
Russell W. Cummings DBa4
St. Augustine Daytona Beach

Julius Black Dodd, Jr. John M. McCarty
IAE I4bE
St. Augustine Fort Pierce


Horace R. Drew, Jr. Bishop McCauley
SA E Jacksonville
Jacksonville

Alonzo L. Driggers, Jr. Mitchell S. Magid
Lake Butler Miami


James M. Fernandez Ross E. Mowry
K 9ex
Tampa Gainesville


Hamilton Shaw Foster Stanley B. Richard
Miami Miami Beach


Francis C. Gates Dwight L. Rigers, Jr.
Manatee A oe
Ft. Lauderdale

William M. Goza
nKA Ed Rood
Clearwater Bradenton


Albert W. Graessle Lois Ellen Thacker
0 A 0 n B *
L'ke nC4|
Jacksonville Kissimmee

Donn N. Gregory Tom B. Walker
9ex x l
Tampa Winter Haven


Joseph Keith Grigsby Roe Huey Wilkins
a 4b Leesburg
Orlando
Julian L. Williams
William Caleb. Grimes a
Palmetto Callahan


James Y. Wilson
48- n K4
Lake City









FRESHMAN LAW



Ernest G. Atkin Marshall McDonald
KA ATn
Gainesville West Palm Beach

Lucius Battle Benjamin Charles McGahey
ATn IAE
Bradenton Miami


Nathan Bedell E. Jack Nelson
aeLantana
Jacksonville Lnna

Charles Thomas Boyd, Jr. Jack Pace
K nA X4
Jacksonville Miami


S. Shelton Bridges Allen L. Poucher
Blountstown Wauchula

Cephas N. Christian, Jr. Gray C. Ramsour
Gainesville Jacksonville


Raymond Ehrlich Bernard D. Rawls
OBA AT A
Crescent City Miami


Patrick G. Emmanuel Evan Regas
Pensacola Jacksonville


SJackson Douglas Eubanks, Jr. Henry Elmo Robinson
B e n AT 1
St. Petersburg West Palm Beach

Lewis William Graham Fletcher G. Rush, Jr.
TnKA ATn
Gainesville Orlando


Jack 0. Johnson William P. Tomasello
Trenton nKA
Trenton Bartow


James Benjamin Kerr Walter Ferson Tucker
Ft. Lauderdale Bradenton


Robert Clay Kime Wilfred C. Varn
Ar eP n K .
Orlando Bunnell

Charles Richard Leavengood J. B. Watkins
ATO 1X
St. Petersburg Gainesville

Philip Keyes Yonge
A William Manning Lemon KA
Jacksonville Pensacola

Henry H. Lorish Frank R. Zimmer
West Palm Beach
Hot Springs, Arkansas


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Flanagan gags, Boggs cooperates ... it doesn't phase Script Writer Announcers' studio... Gibbs gives the turntables a whirl while News-
Watson. caster Russell catches a breath.



..W RU F, the 5000 Watt Radio Voice of the

University of Florida"

"A modern miracle in radio,!"
That's what the big men are saying about the way Major Powell
and his boys have kept up the operation of WRUF since appropria-
tions were cut by gubernatorial veto last summer.
But it's still quite a struggle for the skeletonized staff and they're
looking to the day when they'll recover full support and extend their
valuable services.
Even in financial straits WRUF has kept progressing. Witness
the newly established and fast growing School of Radio established
this year.
One of the highest ranking collegiate stations, WRUF carries its
financial burden and continues achieving more than capacity accom-
plishment in serving State, school and students.


Station Director Garland Powell . at the helm since '29
WRUF now one of four top college stations.


Sh-h-h . the Florida Radio Guild does another Sunday afternoon
Look busy, don't they? broadcast ... Director Eggers wonders who skipped a line.


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ST. AUGUSTINE









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S EI

SENIO
ISENIORS




















SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS



























Virgil Best Conkling . . . . President
John M. Athey .. . . Vice-President
Alan Brackett . . Secretory-Treasurer
















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SENIOR ACADEMIC



St. Elmo William Acosta, Jr.
Milton Abrams B.S.B.A.
B.S. Arch. Jacksonville
..B ach Captain Swimming Team, '40; "F" Club, Pro-
Gainesvile pellor Club Newman Club, Executive Council,
Fine Arts Society. '38, '39 President, Jacksonville Club.



Jacob Henry Adler
Vernon G. Adamek M.A
B.M.E. Dato Beach
Pinellas Park Daytona Beach
Phi Eta Sigm, Amiety of Mechn- Phi Eta Sigma, Phi Kappa Phi, Freshman Group
Phi Eta Sigma, American Society of Mechan- ..o....... Num eral, L'Apache .u..B,
ical Engineers, Benton Engineering Society. Englishead, '37, '38; Club.elations Club,



Louis G. Alexander
B.E.E. i I Wallace H. Allen
Miami B.S.B.A.
Los Picaros, American Institute of Electrical Pinetta
Engineers, Mask and Blade, Pistol Team, '32, Beta Gamma Sigma, Beta Alpha Psi.
'33, '34; Rifle Team, '31, '32, '33; Cross Coun-
try, '33; Florida Engineering Society.


M. Lafayette Anderson
John S. Anderson B.S.A.
B.S.B.A. A Xessa
St. Petersburg Newell Entomological Society, Agricultural
Glee Club.


Richard James Anderson
A.B.
Oscar E. Anderson St. Petersburg
B.S. Debate Council, Varsity Debating, Phi Eta
Englewood Sigma, Executive Council, '39, '40; Vice-Pres-
Alpha Zeta, Agricultural Club, Leigh Chem- ident, Junior Class, '38, '39.
ical Society, Thyrsus, Advanced Military.



Paul Benjamin Ash
Pendleton R. Armstrong B.S.B.A.
B.S.B.A. x e
St. Augustine Ft. Lauderdale
Beta Alpha Psi, Alligator, '36, '37. White Friars, Alpha Kappa Psi, Beta Alpha Psi.


Robert M. Atkins
B.S. Phy.
Miami
JMortar and Pestle, President, Newman Club,
John Murrell Athey Young Democrats, Student Branch, Florida
B.S.B.A. Pharmaceutical Association, Cavaliers, Gotor
St. Augustine Pep Club, Advanced Military, Executive Coun-
Beta Alpha Psi, Press Club,'38,'39; Vice-Pres- cil, '37, '38; Florida Review, '36, '37; Business
ident, Senior Class, '39, '40; Propellor Club. Manager, Florida Review, '38, '39.

Maurice Hunter Austin
B.S.B.A.
Walter H. Atkinson Miami
B.A.E. Alpha Kappa Psi, Propellor Club, Freshman
Umatilla .Boxing Numeral, L'Apache, Intramural Board,
Peabody Club, Industrial Arts Club, Cavaliers, '38, '39; "F" Cluo, Junior Interfraternity Con-
Freshman Group Leader, Y.M.C.A., Interna- ference, Student Director, Intramural Depart-
tional Relations Club. ment, '39, '40; Intramural Director, '39 Sum-
mer Session; Junior Class Executive Council,
'38,'39; Boxing Team, '39, '40.

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SENIOR ACADEMIC


David A. Avant
asant Frederick E. Bailey
Mt. Pleasant
Blue Key, President, Florida Players, '39, '40; B.A.E.
Unwersity of Florida Baond, '37, '38, '39, '40; East Palatka
University of Florida Symphony Orchestra, Advanced Military.
Baptist Student Union Council, '38, '39, '40;
Lyceum Council, '39, '40.


Robert Cecil Bailey
BS.A.
BSA. Albert David Baillie, Jr.
Shady Grove B.S. Ag.
Alpha Zeta, Block and Bridle Club, Agricul- New Port Richey
tural Club, lHonor Court, Florida Rifles, S.E.C. Agricultural Club, Block and Bridle Club
Championship Rifle Team, '38; Collegiate F. F.
A, Rifle Team, '38, '39.



Charles Gilford Barkley Charles E. Bartholomew
B S. B.A.J.
AT Miami
St. Petersburg Summer Alligator, '39.
Seminole, '39, '40.




Burnett Bartlett
B.SuA. Henry Thomas Baynard
n KA B.S.B.A.
Orlando AT
L'Apache, "F" Club, Florida Union Staff, Ten- St. Petersburg
nis Team, '37-'38, '38-'39, '39-'40. Alligator, '35, '36; Delta Sigma Pi




John H. Beach Max E. Bear
A.B. B.A.
St. Petersburg Pensacola
Florida Review, '38, '39, '40; Peabody Club. International Relations Club, Chairman Peace
Council, '39; Florida Review, '39, '40.


Willard A. Beauchamp

Willard A. uchamp Maurice D. Bedwell, Jr.
.A.J.B.S.B.A.
Winter Haven B.S.B.A.
Sigma Deltla Chi, Fourth Estate Club, Co- Gainesville
Sports Editor, Alligator. Gainesville




Nathan Bedell
A.B. Frank Benjamin
A e B.S.B.A.
Jacksonville Sanford
Pinates, Colonels.




James Pepper Bennett Mike Moffett Bennett
A.B. B.S.B.A.
SKA A e
Clearwater St. Petersburg




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SENIOR ACAD. E M I C




Bradley Bevis
Sidney Berk A.B.
B.A. Bascom
Jacksonville Delta Sigma Pi, Peabody Club.




James William Bewan
Lewis Richard Bevis B.S. Phy.
B.S. AF P
Marianna Miami
Mortar and Pestle, University of Florida Band, Mortar and Pestle, Newell Entomological
B. S. U. Council. Society.




Allan Mackintosh Biggar Chester Henry Bigger
B. Ch. E. B.S.B.A.
Tampa Gainesville
Gamma Sigma Epsilon, American Institute of Scabbard and Blade, Beta Alpha Psi.
Electrical Engineers, A. C. S., Student Affiliate.




Bruce G. Bingham
Hubbard K. Biggs B.E.E.
B.A. Pensacola
Barberville American Institute of Electrical Engineers.



Arthur Boote, Jr.
B.S.B.A.
n K0
Mrs. A. K. Black Jacksonville
B.S. Ag. Interfraternity Conference, '39, '40; Intramural
Lake City Board, '36, '37; Seminole, '37, '38; President,
Pi Kappa Phi.




William J. Boynton
Wilson Pershing Bourgeois B.S. Fy.
B.S. Phy. -1 KT
Gainesville Havana
Rho Chi. Forestry Club, '38, '39, '40.



Alan Forbes Brackett
B.S.B.A.
Richard E. Bozeman West Pa Beach
B.A. OWest Palm Beach
B.A. Petersburg Glee Club, '36,'37; Bacchus, '36, '37; Propellor
Pe rsabody Club. Club, '39, '40; Varsity Debate Squad, '38, '39;
Secretary-Treasurer, Senior Class, '39, '10;
Varsity Tennis Team, '37, '38; Alligator, '36,
'37.


Kenneth Paul Bragdon Menno Otis Brke
B.S.A. Menno Otis Brake
A r P B.S.
Winter Haven New Port Richey
Newell Entomological Society, Thyrsus, Phi Beta Gamma Sigma.
Sigma, Alpha Zeta, Agricultural Club.



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SENIOR ACADEMIC



i James Riley Brice
O. Croswell Branch, Jr. B.E.E.
B. Ch. E. x
ZAE Gainesville
Ocala Sigma Tau, American Institute of Electrical
American Institute of Chemical Engineers. Engineers.


Harry B. Brown
Donald L. Brooke B.A.
B.S.A. ae
Seville St. Augustine
Alpha Zeta, Chancellor, '39, '40; Agricultural Blue Key, Los Picaros, Who's Who, '39, '40;
Club, '37, '38, '39, '40; Executive Council, '39, Phi Eta Sigma, White Friars, Editor, Seminole,
'40; Rural Youth Conference, '38, '39, '40; '39, '40; Scabbard and Blade, Dormitory Mon-
Agricultural College Council, '38, '39; Presi- itor, '39, '40; Junior Class Executive Commit-
dent, Agricultural College Council, '39, '40. tee, Press Club, '38, '39; Fourth Estate Club,
'39; Advanced Military.

Winfred Elliott Buckles
B.A.J.
Franklin A. Buck Ben
BS. Lakeland
a TA Sigma Delta Chi, Fourth Estate Club, Press
St. Augustine Club, University of Florida Band Publicity
Director, '38, '39; Alligator Staff, '36, '37, '38,
'39, '40; Board of Student Publications.




Joseph Wyndham Bunkley Owen Maurice Burnson
B.S. B.S.
Bushnell Manatee
Peabody Club.




Nixon Butt, Jr.
John Robert Butler A.B.
B.S. A T
Plant City Orlando
Alpha Zeta, Future Farmers of America. Blue Key, President, Phi Eta Sigma, President,
Press Club, President, Junior Class, '38, '39,
Who's Who, '39, '40; Pi Gamma Mu, Bacchus



Alvin Byrum Andrew D. Cacciatore
B.B. Ch. E.
West Palm Beach B. Ch.Tampa
Sigma Tau, American Institute of Chemical University of Florida Band, American Institute
Engineers. .of Chemical Engineers, Mask and Blade.





Earnest L. Campbell James HB. Campbell
B.S. Quincy
Gainesville Block and Bridle Club; Agricultural Club.





Joel Tillman Campbell Fred Hilton Cantrell
B.A. B.S.B.A.
St. Petersburg IAE
Phi Eta Sigma, President, A. S. U., Internar Gainesville
tional Relations Club, Episcopal Student Vestry. Florida Players, President, Propellor Club,
Young Democrats, L'Apache, Bacchus, Alliga-
tor, '36, '37, '38, '39; Commerce Club.


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SENIOR ACADEMIC

Francis Hunter Carter
A.B.
Tallahassee
General Manager, Cooperative Living Organ-
Charles I. Carey, Jr. ization, '39, '40; Chairman Executive Board,
A.B. Cooperative Living Organization, '38, '39;
St. Petersburg Chairman, Florida Student Party, '37, '38;
Peabody Club. Chairman, Gator Party, non-fraternity group,
'38, '39; President, Young Democrats, '38, '39;
Debate Squad, '38, '39; Florida Review, '37,
'38; Purchasing Agent, Cooperative Living
Organization; Junior Class Executive Commit-
Stee, '38, '39.

Winston 0. Carter William F. Cathrae
B.S. Ag. BS. Ag. C.
Bagdad B S. Ag C.
Rifle Team, '37, '38, '39, '40. Eustis
Scabbard and Blade.



Frank C. Chappell James C. Childress
B.S. B.S.A.
Manatee Plant City
Executive Council, '39, '40; Forestry Club, Agricultural Club, Future Farmers of America,
President, '39, '40. Thyrsus.




Howard Russell Clark
B.A.J. Judson Douglas Clark
Miami B.S.B.A.
Sigma Delta Chi, Alligator, '38, '39; Board of Mount Pleasant
Student Publications, '39, '40.



John Walter Clark
A.B. Harold P. Claus
nKA
Chattahoochee B.S.B.A.
White Friars, Peabody Club, Psychology Jour- M x
nal Club. Miami Beach




W. Dawson Cleavenger
St. eCh.rsburg E. John Alf Clegg
Sigma Tau, Gamma Sigma Epsilon, American Bunnell
Institute of Chemical Engineers.




Clifton C. Cobb Don Douglas Cochran, Jr.
B.S. Eng.B.A.E.
Milton B.A.E.
American Society of Chemical Engineers, Ben- C earwater
ton Engineering Council, Sigma Tau. Honor Court, '39, '40; Peabody Club



Robert S. Cody
B.A.J.
x
Frostproof Richard Walter Cody, Jr.
Alpha Phi Omega, President, '38, '39; Sigma .B.S.
Delta Chi, Phi Eta Sigma, Presbyterian Student Bunnell
Session, Alligator, '36, '37, '38; Managing
Editor, '38; Associate Editor, '38, '39, '40;
Board of Student Publications, '39, '40.


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SENIOR ACADEMIC



Alvin Jerome Cohen Jack Gorsey Coleman
B'S.
B.S. B.S. Ag.
St. Petersburg Dade City
International Relations Club, '37, '38, '39; Block and Bridle Club.
Gamma Sigma Epsilon, Phi Eta Sigma, Studentck and Bridle Club
Affiliate American Chemical Society.
Virgil B. Conkling
B.S.B.A. _
Titusville
Chairman, Elections Committee, '38, '39; William E. Conrad
Chairman, Discipline Committee, '38, '39; William E. Conrad
Sophomore Executive Committee, '37, '38; B.S. Phy.
Executive Committee, Gator Party, '38; Chair- Tavares
man, Decorating Committee, General College Mortar and Pestle, Rho Chi, Executive Coun-
Week-End, '37, '38; Cavaliers, '36, '37, '38; cil, '39, '40.
Board of Governors, Cavaliers, '38, '39, '40;
Glee Club, '36, '37, '38; Phi Eta Sigma, Beta
Gamma Sigma, Pi Gamma Mu, Blue Key,
Who's Who, President Senior Class, '39, '40; 7
Executive Council, '38, '39. Frank L. Cowles
B.A.J.
Burney B. Cowden IN
B.C.E. Tampa
St. Cloud Sigma Delta Chi, Alligator, '36, '37, '38, '39,
American Society of Chemical Engineers. '40.



John Martin Crabtree Carl Cliston Crofton
B.S. B.A.E.
AT ex
West Palm Beach Titusville
Football, '36, '37, '38, Numeral, '35; Thyrsus, Industrial Arts Club, Peabody Club.
"F" Club.





Louis Maria Cubillas Donaldson Charles Curtis
A.B. B.S.E.
Miami Hastings





William Routledge Cushing Irving Cypen
B.A. B.S.B.A.
Gainesville 4, B
Cavaliers, Florida Rifles, Phi Eta Sigma, Rifle St. Petersburg
feam, '36, '37, '38. Junior Interfraternity Conference.



William David
James Baskin Dasher B. Ch. E.
B.S.B.A. Jacksonville
Miami Executive Council, '39, '40; American Institute
of Chemical Engineers, Gamma Sigma Epsilon



Thomas Jefferson Davis
B. E. E. J. C. Dickinson, Jr.
Gainesville B.S., Biology
Gainesville AT S
Bacchus, American Institute of Electrical En- Tampa
gineers, Scabbard and Blade, Advanced Mili-
tory.



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SENIOR ACADEMIC




George V. Dillard John Bruce Dodd
B.S.A. B 4
Lakeland St. Petersburg
Newell Entomological Society. Gorgoyle, Fine Arts Society, Glee Club.


John R. Dowd, Ill
B.S. Ph.
Moore Haven Woodrow W. Dukes
Interfraternity Conference, '36, '37, '38; Pres- B.A.E.
ident, Delta Sigma Phi, '38; Advanced Mili- Orlando
tory, Sabres, Mortar and Pestle, Alligator, '34, Freshman Basketball, '32.
'36; Seminole, '37; President, Interfraternity
Conference, '38, '39; Junior Interfraternity
Conference, '34.


Davisson Frey Dunlap Harvie S. Duval
A.B. B.S. Ag.
IAE ATO
Jacksonville Miami
Pirates, Scabbard and Blade, Alpha Kappa Psi. Alpha Zeta, Thyrsus.




James Glenn Eberhardt, Jr. John Pershing Eggart
A. B. B.SBA.
x0 +Pensacola
Plant City DeMolay Club, Methodist Student Organiza-
Advanced Military, Florida Players.



Samuel A. Eggers, Jr.
B.S. Frank Douglas Eidge, Jr.
St. Petersburg B.A.
Phi Eta Sigma, Gamma Sigma Epsilon, Florida St. Petersburg
Players, Glee Club, Student Director; Radio International Relations Club, English Club,
Guild, Director. p Press Club.




Martin Lee Ellison
Richard Bourne Ellis q B.S. Phy. Ed.
B.C.E. AT
West Palm Beach Miami Beach
Pirates.


Michel George Emmanuel
B.S.B.A. Francis Jack Eppes
x xii A.B.
Tarpon Springs Tallahassee
Florida Players, '36, '37, '38; Glee Club, '36, President of Baptist Student Union, University
'37, '38; Seminole, '36, '37, '38; Junior Class of Florida Band, '37, '38; Business Manager,
Executive Council, '38; Florida Institute of Band, '38, '39; Symphony Orchestra, '35, '36,
Accountants, Junior-Senior Prom Committee, ," .A '37, '38, '39.
'38; House Parties Committee, '38.



Charles Roswell Erwin Alberta B. Evans
B.S. ft B.S.
Winter Haven Orlando
Alpha Epsilon Delta. Mortar and Pestle.




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SENIOR ACADEMIC



Robert P. Evans
B.S.B.A. Joseph Anthony Falsone
I K T B.S.B.A.
Dade City Tampa
Bacchus, White Friars Scabbard and Blade, Advanced Military, Freshman Football, '34;
Advanced Military. Baseball, '36.




Oliver R. Farrish Louis William Faville
Oliver R. Farrish B.S.
B.S. A Sanford
Jay Phi Sigma.




Charles Albert Fiezl Frederic John Fisher
B.M.E. B.S.
Orlando n K 0
American Society of Mechanical Engineers, St. Petersburg
Benton Engineering Society, Phi Eta Sigma, Newman Club, International Relations Club,
Advanced Military. Propellor Club.


William Terrell Fleming
B.S.B.A.
Jack Fleischer n KA
........ r Pensacola
B.SB.A. Y. M. C. A., Commerce Club, Interfraternity
St. Petersburg Conference, '38; General College Debate
Squad, '36, '37; L'Apache, Gator Pep Club,
Executive Council, '37, '38.



William Sumter Fletcher
B.S. Ag, Roger W. Floyd
Bartow B.A.
Agricultural Club, Thyrsus, Newell Entomolog Gainesville
ical Club. Glee Club, '37, '38; Baptist Student Union




Daniel B. Fogarty
B.S. Ag. Theodore Franklin
Jacksonville B.S.
Newell Entomological Society, Advanced Mil- Homestead
itory.
S7A


John M. Fredrick
B.S. Ag. Russell L. Frink, Jr.
A r P A.B.
Homestead n K A
Newell Entomological Society, Alpha Zeta, Jacksonville
Alpha Tou Alpha, Collegiate Future Farmers Bacchus
of America, Agricultural Club.


Harry Frederick Fromme
SABE .. Bernard Charles Fuchs
Jacksonville B.A.
Colonels, Alligator, L'Apache, Glee Club, Var- B
sity Debating, Junior Oratory Medal, Propellor St. Petersburg
Club, Newman Club.



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SENIOR ACADEMIC



Josef S. Gallinger
Edwin P. W. Fuller B.A.
B.S.B.A. TE O
Gainesville Jacksonville
Hillel Society, President Student Body Teach-
ers College, '32, '33.



Gordon W. Gardner
Aldo Garcia B.I.E.
B.A. E1 E
Tampa Lutz
Varsity Boxing, '37, '38, '39; Los Picaros, "F" Football, '36, '37, '38; Boxing, '36, '38; Benton
Club, Peabody Club. Engineering Society, Sabres, Society for Ad.-
vancement of Management.




T. A. Gaskin, Jr. William Walter Gay, Jr.
B.S.B.A. A.B.
eAe St. Petersburg
Birmingham, Alabama International Relations Club, Peabody Club.




Rexford Walton Gilliam Robert Ray Godman
B.S.B.A. B.M.E.
ATA Miami
Fort Myers F.F.F. Club, Y. M. C. A., American Society
Phi Eta Sigma, Alpha Kappa Psi, Beta Gamma of Mechanical Engineers, Benton Engineering
Sigma, Glee Club. Council, Student Session.



John E. Graham Robert L. Granger
B. I.E. B.S.A.
Jacksonville A r P
Sigma Tau, Society for Advancement of Man- Kissimmee
agement, Florida Rifles. Agricultural Club, Block and Bridle.


Arnold Mervin Greenfield
A.B.
4P BA
Miami Beach j James Bujac Gregorie, Jr.
Phi Eta Sigma, Fourth Estate Club, '36, '37; o 4, NA.B.
International Relations Club, '36, '37; General I N
College Social Science Club, '36, '37; Florida Miami Beach
Players, '36, '37, '38; Freshman Group Leader, Scabbard and Blade, Advanced Military.
'36, '37; President, Camera Club, '38, '39-
Alligator, '36, '37, '38; Junior Class Executive
Council, '38, '39.

Joseph S. Guernsey
Bryan Irving Grissett A.Joseph SB.Guernsey
B.S. ATr
Tallahassee Orlando
Alpha Zeta, Alpha Tau Alpha. Glee Club, Debating, Advanced Military, In-
ternational Relations Club.


Henry Aston Guy

HampB.on R. Ross Haeger
Alpha Phi Omega, Y. M. C. A., International B.S.
Relations Club, Young Democrats, Wesley ax
Foundation, Honor Court, Summer '39; Chair- Berwyn, Illinois
man, Senior Invitations Committee, Summer, Gamma Sigma Epsilon, Alpha Epsilon Delta.
'39.


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SENIOR ACADEMIC

Jno. W. Hamilton
B.A.
IA E
Jack Gleaton Hamilton Jacksonville
B.S. Phy. Blue Key, Who's Who, Florida Inter-Collegiate
Jasper Press Association, Pres., '39, '40; Los Picaros,
Rho Chi, Mortar and Pestle, Phi Eta Sigma, Fourth Estate Club, Gator Pep Club, '37, '38;
Honor Court, '39, '40. General College Executive Committee,'37,'38;
Editor-in-Chief, Alligator, '39, '40; Florida
Review, Editor-in-Chief, '38, '39.


Claude M. Hamrick, Jr.
Hans Hammond B.S.B.A.
AB. Sebring
New York, N. Y. Beta Alpha Psi, Alpha Kappa Psi, University
Phi Gamma Mu, Phi Beta Kappa. of Florida Band, '37, '38.





Frank W. Hannon Kenneth Flournoy Harrison
BS. Ed. B.S.B.A.
S EAXA
Woodville
Geneva




Paul Pierce Hart Burrell Curry Hassett, Jr.
Paul Pierce Hart
B.S. Arch. A e
Ormond Beach Coral Gables
Ormond Beach Newman Club, Advanced Military, "F" Club,
Gargoyle, Phi Kappa Phi. Football, '37, '38.



Harold M. Hawkins
Julian Dalmain Hattaway B. Ch. E.
B.M.E. Lake Worth
ex American Institute of Chemical Engineers,
Tampa Benton Engineering Society, Florida Players,
Sigma Tou. Phi Eta Sigma, Kappa Phi Kappa, Sigma Tau,
Phi Kappa Phi.



David Warrington Hedrick
A.B.
Robert Hecksher AT
B.E.E. Jacksonville
Miami "F" Book, Bus. Manager, '39, '40; "F" Book,
Miam '38, '39.




James F. eekin Webster B. Heidt, Jr.
James F. Heekin B. Ch. E.
B.S.B.A. Dania
Jacksonville F:orida Players, American Institute of Chem-
Advanced Military. ical Engineers, Benton Engineering Society.




Walter Benjamin Henderson, Jr. Christian Leslie Henkel
B.S.B.A. B. Ch. E.
z N Miami,
Tampa Sigma Tau, American Institute of Chemical
Delta Sigma Pi, L'Apache, Propellor Club. Engineers, Benton Engineering Council.




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SENIOR ACADEMIC



James L. Hennessy
Richard Jay Henley B.SBA.
B.A.E St. Petersburg
Miami Beta Alpha Psi, Propellor Club, Newman Club,
University of Florida Band, '38, '39.




J. Floyd Hennington Paul Cleveland Henson
B F A B .Sl v a .
Tampa B.S.B.A.
Gargoyle. Palm Valley




William Karl Herring
B.A.E.
noa John A. Hey
Miami B.E.E.
International Relations Club, '37, '38, '39; Foley
Stamp Club, Miami Club, Carnegie Music Set, American Institute of Electrical Engineers.
Alligator, Summer '39; Executive Council,
Summer '39.



Lloyd McDuffie Hicks Jack McArthur Hobbins
B.S.B.A. B.S.B.A.
na z K
Bradenton Orlando
Freshman Executive Council, '36, '37.


Gregory J. Hobbs
B.C.E.
az I William F. Hoffman
Tallahassee B.S.B.A.
Sigma Tau, Sabres, President, Benton Engi- Pensacola
neering Society, Executive Council, '38, '39; Alpha Kappa Psi, Cavaliers, Gator Pep Club,
Athletic Council, '39, '40; Newman Club, Se- Florida Freshman Friendship Club, Propellor
nior Ring Committee, Advanced Military, Club, Seminole, '38, '39.
American Society of Civil Engineers, Gator
Pep Club.


George Leiston Holder Mitchell Edward Hope
B.S.A. B.S.A.
Alachua New Port Richey
Future Farmers of America, Agricultural Club. Alpha Zeta, Block and Bridle, Agricultural
Club, Florida Players, Advanced Military.




Harmon Vincent Howe Joseph Edward Howe
A.B. B.A.E.
K I Miami
West Palm Beach Peabody Club, Industrial Arts, Newman Club.





Johnny L. howell ArthurJaffe
B.S. B.S.E.
Panama City Gainesville
Mortar and Pestle, Student Session, Seminole, Peabody Club, International Relations Club.
'36, '37.




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SENIOR ACADEMIC


John Sidney Johnson
A.B.
Benjamin Fraser Jetton xe
B.S.B.A. Plant City
ATr Intramural Manager, '37, '38; General College
Tampa Debating, '35, '38; Senior Manager Intramu-
"F" Club, Boxing Manager, '38, '39. rals, Junior-Senior Prom Committee, '37, '38;
Y.M.C.A., Seminole, '37, '38.


Jack E. Jones
M. H. Johnson B.A.
BS, x
Brazil, Indiana Miami
President, Gargoyle, '39, '40; Fine Arts Society, White Friars, "F" Club, Gator Pep Club, Swim-
Honor Court, '39, '40. ming Team, '37, '38, '39; Alligator, '37, '38;
Secretary-Treasurer Student Body, '39, '40.



Samuel L. Jones, Jr. Walter Woodrow Jones
B.S.BA.B.S.E.
B.S.B KT Lakeland
Lake City Student Executive Council, '39, '40; Dormitory
"F" Club, Boxing, '38. Monitor, '40.



Henry A. Keel
Herbert J. Kay B.A. in H.PI.
B.S. Umatilla
SB a Boxing, '37, '38, '39; Sigma Delta Psi, Peabody
Miami Beach Club, International Relations Club, "F" Club,
Executive Council of Hillel Society. Industrial Arts Club.


Keith Vincent Kelly
B. Ch.E. Robert L. Kennedy
Hopewell, Virginia A.B.
American Institute of Chemical Engineers, Malone
Benton Engineering Society, Leigh Chemical Executive Council, '39, '40; Gator Pep Club,
Society, Mask and Blade, Alpha Phi Omega, '37, '38; Wesley Foundation Council.
Advanced Military, Cavaliers, Astronomy Club,
Seminole, '37.

John Marvin Kinzer
B.S. in Soils
Robert Eugene King Wabasso
B.S.A. President Block and Bridle Club, '39, '40; Ag-
Miami ricultural Club, Thyrsus, Alpha Zeta, Scabbard
Leigh Chemical Society, Student Affiliate of and Blade, Agricultural College Council, Ath-
American Chemical Society, Agricultural Club. letic Council, '39, '40; Sophomore Executive
Council, '37, '38; Senior Executive Council,
'39, '40.


Wickliffe Boulware Kirby Ernest Reid Kirkland, Jr.
Wickliffe Boulware Kirby B.S.B.A.
B.C.E. Ben
Bradenton Tampa
Cavaliers, American Society of Civil Engineers. Delta Sigma Pi.





Theodore Frederick Koch Frederick W. Koehler
M.S. in Eng. B.S.
Chicago, Illinois DeLand
Sigma Tau.




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SENIOR ACADEMIC




Edward J. Kosinszki
Marvin L. Kokornoor B. Ch. E.
B.S. Fords, New Jersey
Gainesville American Institute of Chemical Engineers,
Alpha Epsilon Delta, Advanced Military. Gamma Sigma Epsilon.




Charles Martin Krejcier Ollie Lancaster, Jr.
B.S.A. A. B.
sn K A
Wadsworth, Ohio Daytona Beach
Football, '37, '38; Basketball, '37, '38; Track, Seminole, '36, '37, '38; Alligator, '37, '38;
'38; "F" Club, Newman Club.b Cavaliers, Propellor Club, Young Democrats.


Charles B. Lassiter
B.C.E.
Bowen S. Larkins x
B.A.E. Gainesville
Bristol President, American Society of Civil Engineers,
Benton Engineering Society, Benton Engineer-
ing Council, Advanced Military, Bacchus.



Marinus Henry Latourn S. Lawrence
B.EE. Leon S. Lawrence
Miami Beach B.S.B.A.
Florida Players, American Institute of Elec- Monticello
trical Engineers, Benton Engineering Society Propellor Club, Advanced Military.
Council, Sigma Tau.



Frank O. Lee .Albert M. Lewis, Jr.
Frank Lee B.S.A.
B.S.B.A. I N
Se n Panama City
St. Petersburg Junior Interfraternity Conference, '34; Pirates,
Beta Gamma Sigma, Beta Alpha Psi. Gargoyle.



Jeff Lewis Percy Franklin Lisk, Jr.
B.A. B.A.
AlT Fort McCoy
Florid Feshm Tallahassee Phi Eta Sigma, Florida Freshman Friendship
Florida Freshman Friendship Club, '36, '37; Club, Debate Club, '37, '38; Los Picaros, Scab-
Bacchus, '36, '37; Pirates. bard and Blade.



Kendall O. Llewellyn
B.S.BA. Radford M. Locklin
B.A.E.
Daytona Beach B.Munson
Seminole, '37, '38, '39, '40; Florida Review, '38, Peabody Club
'39, '40; Delta Sigma Pi, Cavaliers, Propellor
Club, Young Democrats.

Richard Fleming Logan
A.B.
H. Clayton Logan K I
B.S. Ag.St. Petersburg
A T S A Honor Court, '39, '40; President, International
Lakeland Relations Club, Intramural Board, '38, '39;
Florida Players, American Student Union,
White Friars, Freshman Tennis Squad, '36, '37;
Propellor Club, General College Debating.


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SENIOR ACADEMIC




Jack B, Long
BJS.B LoA Gordon Bert Lovejoy
e Ae B.S.B.A.
Miami KA
Newman Club, Boxing, '36, '37, '38; "F" Club, Jacksonville
President, Athletic Council, '37.





Jesse Laurence McCaleb Joel V. McCall, Jr.
B.S.
B.S.B.A. n K A
St. Petersburg Jennings


Robert J. McCann
B.S.BA.
X
Ft. Lauderdale Guyton Pierce McCord, Jr.
Blue Key, Scabbard and Blade, Alpha Phi BA., L.L.B.
Omega, President, Alpha Kappa Psi, White zA E
Friars, Interfraternity Conference, Seminole, Tallahassee
'36, '37, '38, '39, '40; Alligator, '37, '38, '39; Phi Delta Phi, Colonels, Young Democrats.
Florida Review, '39, '40; Young Democrats
Club, Chi Phi, President, '39; Commerce Club,
Advanced Military, Bacchus, FFF Club, Pro-
pellor Club.
Louis Phillip McCuller, Jr.
John Mortimer McCown, Jr. B.S.B.A.
A.B. Sanford
Mount Dora Scabbard and Blade, Advanced Military, Honor
Florida Players, Cooperative Living Organiza- Court, '39, '40; Phi Eta Sigma, Propellor Club,
tion, Baptist Student Council, Advanced Mili- Alligator.
tary.
Malcolm McGlasson
B.A.
l KT
Gainesville
Charles Durward McDonell Blue Key, President, Phi Kappa Tu, '39, '40
Inlerfraternity Conference, '38, '39, '40; Junior
B.S. interfraternity Conference President; Board
High Springs of Student Publications, '38, '39; Florida Play-
ers, General College Debate Squad, '36, '37;
Phi Eta Sigma, Senior Invitations Committee,
'39, '40; Editor, Florida Review, '39, '40; Editor,
Summer Alligator, '39; Managing Editor Sem-
no:e, '38, '39; "F" Book.

Eli Osborne McKay
B.A. William Benjamin McLean
Ocala B.S. Ag.
Inter-Church Council, Presbyterian Student Bartow
Session. Agricultural Club.





Ralph J. McRae Arnold J. Mandiberg
B.A. B.A.
AT Gainesville
Jacksonville




Peter Clark Manson Murray Irwin Mantell
B.M.E.
A. B.
a o A Miami Beach
Jacksonville Sigma Tau, American Society of Mechanical
Scabbard and Blade, Pirates, Advanced Mili- Engineers, Benton Engineering Society.
toary.


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SENIOR ACADEMIC




Jack W. Maynard Henry Mela, Jr.
B.A. B.S.
0 K T Plant City
Orlando Alpha Epsilon Delta, University of Florida
"F" Club. Band, '36, '37, '38; Leigh Chemical Society.




Walter Ernest Melton Virgil L. Milbroth
AFP B.S.
Miami X
Block and Bridle Club, Newell Entomological Fort Ogden
Scciety, Agricultural Club.




William James Miller Walter E. Millett
B.S. B.S.
Gainesville Ft. Lauderdale
Alpha Epsilon Delta.




R lLorry W. Mitchell
Rudolph Membiela Mir B S.A.
B.I.E. AF P
Tampa Ft. Meade
Rifle Team, '36, '37, '38. Newell Entomological Society, White Friars,
Thyrsus.




James Goodwin Mixon Jack Francis Monahan, Jr.
B.S. B.S.B.A.
Tamp Ft. Lauderdale
Tampa Phi Eta Sigma, Beta Gamma Sigma.
White Friars, Leigh Chemical Society.




Clayton H. Moore, Jr.
William J. Moody, Jr. JackB.S.
B.S.E. Florida Freshman Friendship Club, American
Tallahassee Institute of Electrical Engineers.



Norman Dodge Morehouse
B.M.E.
Miami William Louis Morgan
Sigma Tau, President, '39, '40; Advanced Mil- B.S.
,tary, Sabres, '38, '39; Glee Club, '36, '37; Gainesville
American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Advanced Military.
39, '40; Benton Engineering Council, '39, '40.




Veale Francis Moriarty Henry George Motes, Jr.
A.B. B.S.B.A.
Jacksonville Palatka
Advanced Military. Cooperative Living Organization.



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SENIOR ACADEMIC


Edward Karol Mruz
B.S. Phy. James Penquite Mulcahy
nArtz B.A.
DeLand A T
Scabbard and Blade, Mortar and Pestle, Fresh- Orlando
man Debate Team, '36; Gator Pep Club, Pres- Football, Baseball, Pirates, Scabbard and
ident, Newman Club, '39; Freshman Executive Blade, "F" Club.
Committee, '36.



Edward R. Neff, Jr.
Don Charles Nearpass 'B.E.E.
B.S A. Marathon
Eustis Advanced Military, American Institute of Elec-
Gamma Sigma Epsilcn trical Engineers, C. A. A.





Howard D. Newkirk Brailsford T. Nightingale
B.S B.S.
B.S, x
IAE Brunswick, Ga.
Jacksonville Alpha Kappa Psi, Glee Club.




Robert S. Nihoul
B.S A. Guy Tracy Noe
Crescent City B.S. Phy.
Florida Freshman Friendship Club, '36, '37; Harlan, Kentucky
Agricultural Club, '37, '38, '39; Future Farmers Rho Chi.
of America, '37, '38, '39, '40; Executive Coun-
cil, '39, '40.

William Albert Norris
B.S.
mp na Thomas Edward Nunn, Jr.
Benton Engineering Society Council, "F" Club, B.S.B.A.
GClor Pep Club, Scabbard and Blade, Society x 1
for the Advancement of Management, Ad- Jacksonville
vanced Military, Cheer Leader, '36, '37, '38, Scabbard and Blade, Propellor Club, Junior
' -9 Swimming Team, '38, '39, '40; Junior Class Class Executive Council, '38, '39
Vice-President, '37, '38.


Robert R. Parks
Charlotte Jane Palmer A.B.
B,S,x
B.S.
Gainesville Jacksonville
Mortar and Pestle, Kappa Epsilon. Alpha Phi Omega, Honor Court, '39, '40.




Charles Robert Pearson
Wilbur Rood Parvin B.M.E.
B.S.F. Sanford
Bradenton Sigma Tau.
Glee Club, '38, '39; Forestry Club.




Cecil Wesley Perry Jack L. Peters
B.A. A.B.
Oxford X
Alpha Zeta, Block and Bridle, Honor Court, Miami
'39, '40. Debate Club.



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SENIOR ACADEMIC



Clarence A. Peterson
B.S.B.A. Richard Aldrich Peterson
Orlando B.B.A.
Delta Sigma Pi, Pres., '39, '40; Beta Alpha Psi, Miami
'39, '40; Gator Pep Club, '37, '38; Scabbard
and Blade, '39, '40.



Owen Orlando Pillans
Harry B. Pillons B.A.E
B.A.E. Lakeland
McIntosh Band, '37, '38, '39, '40; Phi Eta Sigma, '37:
Peabody Club, Freshman Group Leader, '38;
Drum Major, University Band, '37, '38, '39.

J. Lester Poucher
B.S.A.
John Howard Pomeroy President, Student Body, Summer, '39; Vice-
B.S. President Student Body, '39, '40; National
Gamma Sigma Epsilon, President, Camera Who's Who, '39, '40; Editor, Florida College
Club, '40Former, '38, '39, '40; Alpha Zeta, Alpha Tau
Alpha, President, Collegiate Chapter, Future
Farmers of America, Executive Council, '39,
'40; Sophomore President, '37.


George H. Pournelle Morris Aaron Price
B.S. 4 B.S.
Newman Club, Cavaliers. Phi Eta Sigma, Alpha Epsilon Delta.





Raymond C. Ramage Odisea N. Ramos
B.S. B.S. Phy.
V K T Gainesville
Jacksonville Rho Chi, Mortar and Pestle.
Scabbard and Blade, Advanced Military.



.. Oscar E. Reeder
B.S.B.A.
James B. Redd Palmetto
B.S. Beta Alpha Psi, Alpha Kappa Psi, Gator Pep
Wiersdale Club, Advanced Military, Alligator, '39, '40;
iFreshman Baseball, Freshman Track,


S7> Fred G. Rehm
B. Ch. E.
West Palm Beach
Evan Regas American Institute of Chemical Engineers,
A..B. Y. M. C. A., Pistol Team, Captain, '38, '39;
Jacksonville Leigh Chemical Society, Advanced Military,
acsnilUniversity of Florida Band, '35, '36, '37, '38,
Scabbard and Blade, Advanced Military. '39; University of Florida Symphony Orchestra,
'35, '36, '37; Florida Freshman Friendship
Club.

Charles Gilliland Renfro
xB.. William B. Rhodes
Tampa B.S.
Sigma Tau, Bacchus, Serpent, Benton Engi- West Palm Beach
neering Society, Society for Advancement of
Management, Advanced Military, Florida En-
gineering Society, Football, '31.



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SENIOR ACADEMIC




Robert Richter Josef Saleem Rizk
B.A. B.E.E.
0B a Jacksonville
Miami
Florida Players, International Relations Club.



Clyde Jefferson Roberts
B.C.E. Emmett Smith Roberts
Kissimmee B.S.A.
American Society of Civil Engineers, Benton Jacksonville
Engineering Society.




Wendell A. Roberts
B.S.A. Rufus Rev. Robinson
Bell B.A.
Advanced Military, Future Farmers of America, Lake Wales
Alpha Tau Alpha.



I Henry Sturgeon Rothe
Quentin Cornelius Roche K.A.
B.S.B.A. K T
B.S.B.A Gainesville
Vernon A Block and Bridle Club, Student Affiliate of
Beta Gamma Sigma, Beta Alpha Psi. American Chemical Society, Board of Man-
agers, Student Union, Summer, '39.




Gordon J. S. Rothermel Leonard W. Salsbury
B.S.B.A, B. Ch. E.
Jacksonville Port Tampa City
Advanced Military, Beta Gamma Sigma, Pi American Institute of Chemical Engineers.
Gamma Mu.


Bill Schaub
B.I.E. Frederick G. Seelmann, Jr.
Tampa A.B.
Phi Eta Sigma, Sigma Tau, Executive Council, KI
'39, '40; Benton Engineering Council, '38, '39, Palm Beach
'40; Society for Advancement of Management, White Friars, Interfraternity Conference,
President, '39, '40; Senior Class Ring Commit- Delta Sigma Pi, Bacchus.
tee, '39, '10; Benton Engineering Society.


E. G. Shideman
Charles F. Seymour B.M.E.
B.S. Gainesville
Sneads Benton Engineering Society, American Society
German Club. of Mechanical Engineers.


Stuart Levine Simon
B.A.
(D B A
Harry K. Siler Miami Beach
B.E.E. Blue Key, President, Phi Beta Delta, President,
Jacksonville Debate Club, Who's Who, '39, '40; Non-Inter-
Phi Eta Sigma, American Institute of Electrical vention League, Freshman Debate Coach,
Engineers. Winner David Yulee Contest, Southeastern
Conference Oratory Debate, Phi Eta Sigma,
Pi Gamma Mu.


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SENIOR ACADEMIC


Alfred Smith, III
Leon Singer B. Ch. E.
(Agricultural Chem.) Miami
(Agricultu Chem.)American Institute of Chemical Engineers,
Gainesville Benton Engineering Society, Sigma Tau, Gam-
ma Sigma Epsilon, Florida Engineering Society,
American Chemical Society.


Emmett G. Smith
B.S.B.A.
lAe
C. Neil Smith St. Augustine
B.S.B.A. Blue Key, Scabbard and Blade, Beta Alpha Psi,
SA e White Friars, Who's Who, Jr. Class Executive
Tampa Council, '37, '38; Military Ball Committee, '37,
'38; Honor Court, '38, '39; Chancellor, Honor
Court, '39, '40; Seminole, '37, '38.



Stanley James Smitzes David A. Southard
B.A. B.S. Phy.
Tarpon Springs Orlando
General College Debate, '37; Varsity Debate, Mortar and Pestle.
'38, '39; Freshman Group Leader, '37.


Donald Tait Speirs
B.E.E.
Miami Beach
Huber T. Speedy Glee Club, Florida Rifles, Advanced Military,
B.S.B.A. Southeastern Conference Rifle Championship,
Stuart Benton Engineering Society, American Insti-
tute of Electrical Engineers, Seagull Glider
Club, '35, '36; C. A. A., '39, '40; Florida Re-
view, '35.



Curtis Henderson Stanton
John Dowdell Spencer B.M.E.
B.A. x
St. Augustine Ft. Lauderdale
Rifle Team, '38; Benton Engineering Council.


Howard Ford Stearns, Jr.
A.B.
XA E
TApE Fletcher F. Stephens
Tampa
Scabbard and Blade, L'Apache, Intramural Alachua
Board, '38, '39; Senior M'gr. Intramurals, '39, Tau, Ameri Insitute Electrical
'40; Bacchus, Interfraternity Conference, '38, Sigma Tau, American Institute of Electrical
'39; Florida Union Board of Managers, '38; Engineers, Benton Engineering Society.
Dean's List, '36; Freshman Advisory Council,
Sophomore Advisory Council, Advanced Mili-
tary, Florida Players, Alligator.

Harold H. Stevenson William M. Straight
B.M.E. B.A.
Pinellas Park Miami
"F" Club,, Fourth Estate Club, American Soci- Wesley Foundation, Alpha Epsilon Delta, Gam-
ety of Mechanical Engineers, Track, '36, '37, ma Sigma Epsilon.
'38; Captain, Track, '39.



A. Homan Strickland Warren Candler Strickland
B.S.B.A. B.S.
4 K T Pine Castle
Miami
White Friars.




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SENIOR ACADEMIC



Oscar H. Stroh Harold M. Sullivan
B.S. Ig B.C.E.
Linglestown, Pennsylvania K
Society for Advancement of Management, Tampo
Benton Engineering Society, Camera Club, '38, American Society of Civil Engineers, Sigma
'39, '40; Mask and Blade. Tau, Honor Court, '39, '40.



Sanford M. Swerdlin
B.A, O. C. Syfrett
41 B A B.S.A.
Tampa A r P
Alligator, '36, '37, '38 Block and Bridle Club, Agricultural Clut


Sidney K. Tally
ATQ
Shigeo Joe Takimi Tavares
B.A. Benton Engineering Society Council, Interfra-
Jacksonville Beach. ternity Conference, President, Alpha Tau
Omega, '38, '39; President, American Institute
of Electrical Engineers, Freshman Football
Numeral, L'Apache.


John B. Tansey
Miami Henry William Tarbett
Sigma Delta Chi, Cavaliers, President, Gator K TBA
Pep Club, '36; Newman Club, '36; Alligator, KT
'35, '36, '37, '38; Radio Guild, '37, '38; Student Pompano
Manager, University Cafeteria, '37, '38, '39. Advanced Military.



Zelotes Holmes Taylor Lemuel Edgar Tew, Jr.
B.A.E. h L B.S.
Gainesville Sanford
Industrial Arts Club, Peabody Club. Advanced Military.





W. C. Thomas, Jr. James Judkins Tucker
B.A. B.S.
n KA EX
Gainesville Madison
Golf Team, '39.



Fred L. Tunis, Jr.
Charles J. Tully, Jr. BeE.
B.S Coral Gables
ABraP Florida Players, '33, '34; American Society of
Alpha Zetn Mechanical Engineers, Benton Engineering
Alpha Zeta, Society.




Jack E. Turner James Henry Turner
B.S. Fy. B.A.J.
Ocala I N
Freshman Basketball Numeral. Orlando




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Daniel Rhoice Tyner Robert L Varn
B.S.A. Jacksonville
Laurel Hill Freshman Numeral Basketball 36 Varsity
Agricultural Club, Block and Bridle Club. Freshmn Numeral, Basketball, '36; Varsity


Merle M. Wadsworth
B.S.B.A.
George J. Vila Tampa
B.M.E. Blue Key, Beta Alpha Psi, Delta Sigma Pi,
Havana, Cuba Commerce Club, President; Who's Who, '39,
Los Picaros, Newman Club, American Society '40; Junior Class Executive Council, Dormitory
of Mechanical Engineers. Monitor, Seminole, '34; Alligator, '36, '37, '38;
Business Manager, Alligator, '39, '40; Business
Manager, "F" Book, '38, '39; Florida College
Farmer, Business Administration Commerce
SCouncil.

Biron H. Walker
Charles H. Wakeman, Jr. B.A.E.
B.S.B.A. Gainesville
Miami Peabody Club, '38, '39, '40; Vice-President,
Peabody Club, '39.




Ernest Watson Joseph Hicks Watson
B.A.E. B.S
A X A ..K T
Gainesville St. Petersburg
Track, '38, '39, '40; "F" Club, Sigma Delta Psi, Alpha Epsilon Delta, Florida Players, Chair-
Captain, Cross Country, '39. man, Radio Guild, '39, '40; Freshman Boxing
Team, '36, '37.



Lloyd H. Weakley Ed. B. Weathers
B.S.E. Ed B. Weathers
BuinE B.S.B.A.
Advanced Military, American Society of Civil Ocla
Engineers, Benton Engineering Society.





Rogers Martin Weeks Reverend Father Benedict Paul
B.S. Fy. Weigland, O. S. B.
a z B.A.
Moore Haven St. Leo
Varsity Boxing, '39, '40.


Edwin B. Weissinger
A. B.
BOrlando
Benjamin Weiner Florida Review, '37, '38, '39, '40; Editor, "F"
B.S.B.A. Book, '38, '39; Monitor, N. Y. A. Barracks,
Miami State Advisory Committee, N. Y. A, Secretary,
Florida Union, Managing Editor, Fla. Review,
'39, '40; Advanced Military, Seminole, '39, '40,
Alligator, '37, '39, '40; Florida College Former,
'37, '38.

Ralph Edson Wendt
B.M.E. Erdman West, Jr.
n K 0 B.S. Fy.
Jacksonville Gainesville
Benton Engineering Society, American Society
of Mechanical Engineers.



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William P. White
Sidney Duncan West, Jr. BSA
BSBA. Pensacola
Ocoee Scabbard and Blade, Bacchus, Newman Club,
Advanced Military.


Richard Holmes Whitehead
na, Alfred Frederick Wicke
Anna Maria B. Ch. E.
President, Pi Delta Sigma, '38, '39; Alpha Phi Pensacola
Omiega, President, '36, '37; American Institute
of Chemical Engineers, Benton Engineering
Sociely, Debate Club, Leigh Chemical Society,
Phi Kappa Phi.


rWilliam Harvey Wild
Everett H. Wilcox A B.
B S A E
BSA. Jacksonville
AXA Executive Council, Freshman Class, '35, '36.
Clearwater



Everett H. Williams, Jr. Charles Fountain Willis
BA. A.B.
Jacksonville KI
Scabbard aid Blade, Uiiversity of Florida Baltimore, Maryland
Band and Bersity of Florida Camera Club, International Relations Club,
Florida Players, English Club.



Cecil T. Wilson Robert Walker Withers
BA.
Pensacola KA
Della Sigma Pi, Advanced Military, Executive Tampa
Coun0cil, '39, '10 Tampa
l '9 Phi Eta Sigma, Pirates, Pistol Team, '38, '39;
Alpha Epsilon Delta, Scabbard and Blade.



i Roy Glenn Wood
Wilfred Willy Wolfson Ro GlenB.SA
B S. Phy. Ix
T E i Alachua
Lakeland




William Eldridge Wright O B.. W nne
B.S.BA. AlmB.S.A.
AXA Tampa
Newberry












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JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS
























J. Tom Watson . . President
Frank Yinshanis . . Vice-President
Louis Nola . . Secretary-Treasurer

















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Adams, William Lee E . . West Palm Beach
Alderman, Leslie D. . Wimauma
Alvarez, Joseph C . . . Tampa .
Anderson, Robert Gerad Clearwater




Andrews, John T., Jr. Ben ... ...... .. St. Petersburg
Arkell, Vincent H. . . . ..Gainesville
Armstrong, John Dale N .. . Ponte Vedra
Aronovitz, Sidney M. B. . .. . Key West




Atkinson, Alexander . . Umatilla
Atwater, William E. . . Chattahoochee
Austin, B. McDonald . Savannah, Georgia





Balkom, Perry Lynn. ... . Andalusia, Ala.
Barber, Louis E. nKA ........ .. Clearwater i f
Barnes, Harry Dougald ArP ........ Orlando
Barnhill, Eubanks ArP ..... .. .. Baker




Barrett, Merton . . . DeFuniak Springs
Barron, Joseph F. . . St. Petersburg .i d
Baumstein, Mitchell Q. TE . Lake City
Beach, Bernard M. .. ... Daytona Beach




Beardsley, J. W . . . Clewiston
Bell, William Olin KZ . . . Chattahoochee .
Benford, Sidney M. ZAE ....... Clearwater
Bennett, Robert A. Ben .. .......... Orlando




Benton, H. Herbert ex ......... Gainesville
Berg, Robert Bradford ZAE . ...... Jacksonville
Berry, John J ... ....... Nashville, Tenn.
Berry, John L. x ... .......... Tallahassee




Best, Coe M. Ex . . St. Petersburg
Bethea, Johnnie M .. ...... Sanderson
Binnicker, Richard J. o0 ..e. . Tampa
Black, James R. . . Jacksonville




Bloom, Harold BA. . . Jacksonville
Boggs, Otis P ... ......... . Polk City
Bossinger, E. Lawrence .. ....... Gainesville
Bowen, William Clinton, Jr. ex . Birdsboro, Pa.





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Boyd, Robert W. oae . ... Jacksonville
SBoyle, John Patrick . . . . St. Petersburg
Boyles, Eugene H . . . . LiveOak
Bozeman, Wallace x . . . Winter Haven



Bozorth, Charles L. . . . . Gainesville
Bradley, Francis MacLean . . . Bradenton
SB a Brakefield, Charles M. . . ..... Ocala
Browner, Dan ATn ... . . . Pensacola



Bresler, Emanuel H. .... . . Pensacola
Brewer, Harold 5.... . . . Marianna
Brock, Richard N. AT. .. . . Pensacola
Brokaw, Charles Hugh . . Orlando



Brooks, James Alfie . . . . . Ocala
S' aBroward, Charles Sullivan, Jr. .N . ... Gainesville
iai Brown, Beverly McKendree . . . Lynn Haven
Brown, Fred V. . . . . Lake Worth



Brown, Woodrow W. . Walnut Hill
Bruno, Theodore Francis AE . . . . Pensacola
Bryan, L. Clark ax . . . MArcher
Bryant, Frank Elih, Jr. N .. . . Coral Gables



Bryant, Lucius Amry, Jr. nKA . . . . Orlando
Buck, Donald Earle TA .. St. Augustine
Buning, William J. . . . . . Orlando
\g Burns, James F. E . . . . Lake Worth



S Burnside, Stanley C. . .. . . Dade City
Byrd, George Walter, Jr ... ...... Pahokee
Byrnes, Gordon o'e. . . . .St. Petersburg
Caldwell, Willard Edmund . . . .. Gainesville




Calhoun, A. A., Jr . . . . . Panama City
Carey, W. P. AE . .......... Miami
Carlton, Loran V. ax .. ...... Wauchula
Carroll, Charles H. nax . ...... Kissimmee



Zr Casey, 1. . . . . .Winter Haven
Cashwell, Edmond D .. ....... Groveland
Castellano, Charles . . . Tampa
Cecil, Tom A. AXA.. .... . . ... .. Mulberry




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Chable, Alphonse C . . . . Winter Haven
Chanter, Robert W .. West Palm Beach
Chapman, John S. K . Newberry
Clarke, George Brumley . . . Gainesville




Clarke, James Duncan, Jr. *~e . ....... Tampa
Clayton, Herbert ....... ...... Pensacola
Clemens, Jamie C . . . .. Wauchula
Close, David McA. . . . ... Jacksonville




Clower, John T., Jr. AXA . . . Corrabelle
Clubbs, Bennett A. . . . Panama City V
Cobb, Edwin N.. Leesburg
Cochrane, Thomas E. KE . .. West Palm Beach




Coffin, David P., Jr. . . Mount Dora
Cole, Charles M. 0Ae .... . .. Harlan, Ky.
Cole, George P. X0 . . . . . Jacksonville
Coleman, Lake Wilson . Pahokee




Coleman, Marvin A., Jr. 1AE . . . Panama City
Coll, James A. . .St. Petersburg
Collins, Thomas A. Homestead
Collodi, George A. AXA ........... Muscatine, Iowa




Colnon, Redmond W . . . Pensacola
Condos, William R. Ar . . .... . . Orlando
Cone, Charles W. ex . . . Tampa
Cone, Julian L. ex . . . . Tampa




Conlon, Frank Charles ax . Hollywcod
Cook, Max A. a . Miami
Cooke, Lewis Edward, Jr .. . Sarasota
Cooney, Robert Lewis . . . Winter Haven



Cotten, John Howell KA . .. Tallahassee
Cottrell, Jennings D. ATn . . . Leesburg
Cox, Eric . . . . . Tampa
Craft, C. L. Ben . ........... .. Tampa




Crossland, C. Edward ........ .. Lakeland
Crosson, Hugh Simpson . . . .Jacksonville
Crutchfield, Cecil M. . . . .Milton
Cummings, Eugene H. . . Archer




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Cunningham, William C. e . . . Crummies, Ky.
Cushman, Frank R. ATA . . Miami
Cushman, Robert A. T . . . . . Miami
Doane, Adrian H. Ben . .. Gainesville

b"r

Dale, Ralph E. . . . .. ... Kissimmee
Daniel, Bill . .M iami
Davis, L. Eugene K . . Sasser, Georgia
Davis, R. S. . . . . . St. Cloud



Davis, Stanley H. *BA . . . Miami
DeLany, J. Louis . . . . . . Micanopy
DeVant, Fredric C. nKO . . . . . Miami
Dickens, Ben Herman, Jr . . . . Port St. Joe




Diem, John J. ATA . . . . Bradenton
Dobarganes, Robert M. . . . . Jacksonville
Dow, Andrew N., Jr. . . . .Jacksonville
Drake, Terrence J. ATA . . Lake Worth




Draper, Robert Sargent ax . . . . .. Miami
Driver, Harry E. . . . . . Mulberry
Dunn, William Stiling IOE . . . . Daytona Beach
Dusyn, Frank Stephen . . . . Long Island, N. Y.



Dutcher, Don R. en . ........... Miami
Eckel, Edward F .. .. ....... Fort Lauderdale
Edwards, Charles H. ax . . . Gulf Hammock
Eggart, Robert Brownlee . . . Pensacola



Ellis, Clarence Heyward, Jr. AT . . West Palm Beach
Embry, Richard Fain KA .. ......... Quincy
Ervin, Robert M... . . . Tallahassee
Evans, James G ........... Jacksonville



Evans, Thomas N. . . . . . Jacksonville
Evans, W illiam E., Jr. . . . . Sarasota
Everette, Don E ... ........... Tampa
Eyre, Everett A. . . . . . . Tampa



Farinas, Adrian Vincent, Jr. . .... . Pensacola
Faustini, John . Miami
Ferguson, Donald H . . . . . . Miami
Fernandez, Eustasio . . . . . . Tampa




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Finley, Gibson R . . St. Petersburg
Fisk, Paul H . . Orlando
Fitzpatrick, F. H. . . . . Homestead
Flanagan, Alvin G. x . . Long Beach, Calif.



Flanders, Fred A., Jr. arZ . . Moore Haven
Fleming, John West x0. ........ Ft. Lauderdale
Flood, Eddie C. . . . .....Ft. Meade
Fly, Edwin Walton ex . ...... Zellwood




Folsom, Henry M. . ........ .. ......Mayo
Ford, W. Pat KZ . ............ Tampa
Franklin, L. D. . . . ... Hialeah
Frei, Fred J . . . Ridgewood, N. J.




French, A. Lee, Jr. ZN . . ........ .. Mt. Dora
Fugate, Jerome, Jr. zx . . ...... Boca Grande
Gaines, Weaver H. nlK . . New Smyrna Beach
Gale, H. Frederick . . . ........Jacksonville



Gammage, E. Chappell nK . .... Bronwood, Ga.
Garces, Octavio S ............ Miami
Garland, James E. Ben . Lakeland
Gates, Albert Martin, Jr . . . Mt. Vernon, Ga.




Gates, JamesHoward Bf l. ..... . V.Miami o
Gates, Robert Wallace . . .... . Ft. Lauderdale
George, William H .. . . ..... Orlando
Germain, David Preston ZN ... Jacksonville



Gilbert, William J. . . ................ Vernon
Gilchrist, Charles M., Jr. St. Augustine
Goldman, Herb TE. . . . Ocala :;
Goldstein, E. Gus . . . ........ Gainesville



Gotautas, John Frank . . .... St. Petersburg
Graham, Proctor Dean, Jr . . Orange City
Graham, Raymond W. . ...... Ft. Lauderdale
Green, Alonzo Frank . . .... Madison



Greenberg, Martin TEO . . ...... Belle Glade
Greene, Ralph Blue.. .. . . Tavares
Griffin, Richard J. nKA . . Jackscnville
Grommet, George P. . . . . .. M ami




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Grubbs, John A. .. . . . Perry
Gunscn, Robert A. . . . . . Hinson
Hagadorn, DeLisle ATS . . . Tampa
Haggerty, Meigs . . . Miami




Hale, David C... . . . Sarasota
Hole, Morris A. Ames D . x ... ......... . Tampa
Harris, George Thomas KA . . Tallahassee
Hartley, W iley D.. . . . . . Miami




Hasencmp, J. Robb nKA . . . Clearwater
Hastngs, Cecil, Jr. . .. . Nassau, New York
Hoy, George Taber, Il IAE .... Maplewood, New Jersey
Hayes, William Frncis, Jr .. . . .. . Daytona Beach




Haygood, James Douglas x . . . Gainesville
Hayslip, Norman C. . . . . Sarasota
Hazell, Theodore E., Jr . . . . Gainesville
Hedrick, Harry Davis AT . . Winter Haven



Heeth, Thomas W . . Jacksonville

Helseth, Albert Oscar, Jr. 14E . . . Vero Beach
Henderson, Jack Maye . . . . Miami




Hessey, Frank D... . . Jacksonville
Heuberger, Newton Jack OG. ........ ..... St. Petersburg
Higgs, Arthur Byrl ArP. . ......... Sanford
High, Hamilton M .. . . . Charleston, W. Va.




Hightower, John W., Jr. KA. . . .. Marianna
Hill, Fredric Sadler . . . . Gainesville
Hines, Willard F. Gainesville
Hintermister, John Henry, IV nKA ........ Sanford




k' Hirshberg, Si F. eBA .. .......... Jacksonville
Hitchcock, Paul R. . . . ... ...... .. Apopka
Hoag, Walter Duncan .. .......... Jacksonville
Hogue, R. M.. . .............. Orlando



Holtzman, Paul Douglas . . .. .. Ft. Lauderdale
Lk Hoover, George William . . . . .. St. Petersburg

S: HoAlskins, Frank Lawrence KA ........Jacksonville





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Howard, John Gardner Ben .. Pittsburgh, Pa.
Howe, Everitt Weir . .. . .. Williston
Howell, P. Bernard, Jr. . . . Bushnell
Howes, Richard B., Jr. ATA . Miami




Ingley, Herbert Arthur. .. . . . Orlando
Irving, Robert Andrew .. . . . . Miami
Isted, R. Eugene AT. . . . EustisZ
Ivey, James Frederick Ane . ... . . Orlando




Jackson, Earl W., Jr. . . . West Palm Beach
Jenkins, Lewis W . . . Panama City
Jernigan, Walter A. mx . .. . . . Tampa
Johnsson, Karl 0., Jr. ... . . . . Miami c




Johnston, William Haymond KA. . . . . Tampa

Jones, George Lamar KZ . . . .. Vero Beach
Jones, Kendall RW. ... . . . S. Archersbug




Jordan, Peyton ., Jr. . . . . ampi Beachmp
Jourdan, John William, Jr. ATA . . . . Orlando
Kaplan, Sherman Robert BA . . . Miami Beach
Katz, Ernest I. OBA . . ........ St. Petersburg




Keefer, James W. Ben. ... ...... St. Petersburg
Kelly, Frank A. . . . . . Miami Beach
Kemp, Robert R. nK0 .... . ......... .. . Miami
Kimball, Don Harvey.. . . .... Mount Dora




King, Edwin H. az . . . . East Hampton, N. Y.
King, John M., Jr. ex ........... Jacksonville
Kirby, Gerald G. ZAE . .. .... Jacksonville
Krause, Richard F. TE . .. West Palm Beach




Kurtz, Robert E. 0ae . .......... .. Miami
Kuykendall, James H. x* . . . . Gainesville
Lang, Allen A. . . . . Winter Haven
Lariscy, Bernard Larry . . . . Bradenton




Lee, Charles Leonard ATn . . St. Petersburg
Lee, James H.... . . .Lake Butler
Leonard, Edwin P. nK .. . . Blountstown
Leonard, Theodore, III oae . . . St. Petersburg




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S Leonardy, Sidney P.. . . . .. Orlando
Lester, M. Ignatius . . . . . Key West
Levine, Saul S. TEO ...... ........... Miami Beach
Lichte, Martin E. ATnS . . . . Sarasota



Lippold, William H., Jr . . . St. Petersburg
Lipsitz, Milton L. TE ...... ... Miami
Litherland, Allyn Capron.. . . . ... Gainesville
Locke, Raymond C. .. . ... St. Petersburg




Logan, Claude D. AT . . . . Tampa
S Logan, Harlan Richards AE. . .. . Tampa
Long, Harvey OAe . ...... . .. Miami
S Looney, Sam L., Jr. ATn . ...... Tampa




Lovelace, Wallace . . . . Pensacola
McCauley, James D., Jr. ax ... . . Roseland
McClellan, John B ... ....... Jacksonville
SMcConnell, Duane F. . . . Tampa




McCormick, J. C., Jr.. . . Fort White
McDaniell, S. R., Jr. . . Gainesville
McGehee, A. E., Jr. . . . New Smyrna Beach





McGuire, William Edward 0o .e . . St. Augustine
McKay, Robert A. ATS2. . ...... . . Tampa
McKee, Robert Bruce OE . . West Palm Beach
McKinney, Howard T. ax . . .. Cross City



McLane, Bill .......... Gainesville
McLean, Walter L. K . . . Palmetto
McLeod, Marion E . . Greenville
McLeod, William H . . . . Jasper



j McPherson, Alexander . . . . Stuart
or4 McPherson, Charles Denver .. . . ... Quincy
McRae, William L. ATn ........ .. Chipley
aMacKintosh, John H., Jr. ex ... Jacksonville



MacMullen, James L. ATn . . . Key West
Madill, Laurence A. KI . ..... Dade City
Malcom, John Felton ex ... ....... Jacksonville
Maltby, Adin John, Jr. . . ..... Hastings




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Manchester, Gordon C. K . . .Gainesville
Manley, Walter . . . . . . Qu ncy
Marshall, Ben. . . M. oDunnellon
Martin, DanielL Bn . . . t. Petersburg



Martin, EdwardG .. . .... . . . . Tampa
Martin, Ralph H .E . . . Wildwood
Mssey, George H. nKA.. . . . . Quincy
Mathews, William F.. .. ..... . . Winter Grden



Mathis, DanW., Jr. A . . .. Gainesville "
May, William D. . . . . .. M onticello
Merrill, George B., Jr. ex . . .O...... Gainesville










Merrillonho Edward A .A . . .. OcMiai
Meserve, George Seth TA . . . St. Augustine I
Mikell, Charles 0. E . DeLand
Milamg,Ernest Bowling, Jr . . . . Jacksonville
Miller, Dean ZAE .... . . . Miami



Miller, Frank Jack . ....... LGraceville
Millicoon, George Cory . . . . CFernandina te
Milligan, John S.,Jr. AE .. . . . OrmondBeachs
Mills, Dickorwin F . . . . Orlando



Milton, Ronald A. AE . . PMaanna I a
Miner, William Edward ex . . . GApopkai
Mitchell, James SJ. A . . . .. G i Tampa
Moody, Ashby Mitchell AT . . .PTampa



Montgomery, Wayne Taylor ... .......... Miami 'AW
Moore, Jack .... ............. Lake City A o
Mooren,Joseph Calhoun, Jr. nKA Clearwater
Moore, Wilson J. n. . . . Gainesville



Morgan, Corwin F. . . . ..Gainesville
Morgan, Gardner .. .......... . ... Pensacola
Morgan, William E . . . . . Gainesville
Morrison, Donald, Jr. AT1 . . . .... Gainesville



Morrison, William Stewart . . . . Pensacola
Morton, Robert Buchanan . . . . Fort Lauderdale e0
Mould, Charles R . . . .... St. Augustine
Murphree, Virginius C . . . . . Gainesville




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Murphy, Charles Louis xx . .. . . Miami Beach
Murphy, Hunter Jackson IAE ... . . Tampa
Nebi, Ziya . . Izmir, Turkey
Nelson, Gordon S. .... . . Lady Lake




SNichols, Ed Are . .... Tampa
Nola,Louis . . . ........ Perry
Noyes, Richard F. . . . . Manatee
S Nunn, William H. x . .. . Jacksonville



Olliff, Walter B. Ax . . Wauchula
Ostlund, Grant J. .. Miami

SOtt, Thomas Truett . .. .. Tallahassee



Overman, William J. *KT .. . . Bagdad
Paddock, Fred Norris KI . . West Palm Beach
Pallardy, Lee F., Jr. N . . Tampa
Palmer, John Henry, Jr. E . . . . Plant City



Papy, William Andrew, Ill I n1 .. . . Miami
Pardo de Zela, Frank, Jr . . . . ... Lima, Peru
Parker, Charles Lee nK .. ...... Miami
Parks, Warren B. Ae . . . . . Orlando



Parrish, Charles Pat.. . Parrish
Parrish, Ralph Bernard IN . . .. . Titusville
Partridge, Paul W., Jr. K. . . .. . Jacksonville
'1 *Patterson, Hugh Thomas . . . .. Gainesville



Patterson, Robert Youngman K. . . .. . Clewiston
Peaden, Rankin Adams Baker
Pearson, C. Dade x.. . . . . . Miami
Pearson, Ralph . . .... . Sanford



Peeples, Russell C. IN. . . . ... Tavares
Penney, H. Elwood, Jr. ^AXA .. . . Coral Gables
Pennock, Henry Sellers . . . . . Jupiter
Perry, Franklin S . . . . Cocoa




Pettijohn, Fred Phillips ex . .... . Tallahassee
Pettit, Marion A. ......... .. . . Gainesville
& i Pikula, John . . . . Fernandina
Plummer, M. C. . .. . ... ..Homestead




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Powell, James Ormond IN .. Andalusia, Ala.
Powell, Orman Nimmons, Jr. ZN . Ft. Lauderdale I
Powers, Alvin Curtis . . . Umatilla
Preston, James D. . . . Auburndale




Proctor, Sam . . . . .Jacksonville i .
Pullara, Anthony L..... . Tampa
Purvis, Theodore B., Jr.. . . . Long Beach, Calif.
Pyle, Frank le Forest KE . . . Daytona Beach




Quinn, James Edward . .. .. .Miami
Quisenberry, Anderson C. Az . ... ... .. Tampa
Ramsey, John H., Jr. nK . . Miami
Randall, Burr J., Jr. ZAE . . . Clearwater




Ratliff, Eugene F . .... . Jasper
Reagin, Archie Temple ArP .......... Sarasota
Reed, William Woodworth, Jr. E .. Jacksonville
Rees, Albert L., Jr. KA. . . . Orlando




Reese, Leonard L., Jr . . . Miami
Rega, William J. . . Binghamton, New York
Remington, Richard M. . Orlando
Repkin, ArthurA. . Ft. Lauderdale



Revell, Wallace Culver . Bristol
Rhyan, Ralph K. . . . Wauchula
Rice, Kenneth L. Ax . . . West Palm Beach
Richardson, Henry OKT ....... Jacksonville




Richardson, Woodrow W ... ..... Auburndale
Rivers, J. Frederick, II . . . . Jacksonville
Roberts, Henry L. KA . . Tampa
Roberts, Robert Arthur . . .. Daytona Beach




Roberts, Willmar K. . . . . Jacksonville
Robbins, Leonard TE* . ...... Ft. Lauderdale
Robinson, Hugh Edward . . . Miami
Robinson, William A. . . ... Jacksonville




Roden, Rex A. . Pensacola
Rood, Joe Bill AE . . ... Bradenton
Rosenblatt, Charles TE* .......... Tampa
Ross, Clarence C . Jacksonville





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Rothstein, Simon sBA . . Jacksonville
Rumph, C. E . . . High Springs
Sapp, John D. N . . . . West Palm Beach
Sawyer, Earl M. . . . Lynn Haven



Schaill, Paul Moore . . . Ft. Meade
Schaub, David Warren . . Tampa
Scheibler, Jeanne Louise . . Miami
Schurer, Frank M. nK. ......... Jacksonville



SI Sccniers, Ewart Theo Arp . . . DeFuniak Springs
Scott, Ned H. X0 . . . . Gainesville
4 Seestedt, H. C. x0 . Ft. Lauderdale
Seigler, Harry D., Jr. K . . . . Tampa

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00, B Sharpe, M. Hervey.. . . Bushnell
Shea, Mack L.. . . Greenville
M Shelley, James E..... . . . . Palatka
Siebrecht, J. Kyle Zx .. . West Palm Beach



Siegel, Harold I. . . . . . Miami
Sigman, Warren O. .KT . ....... St. Augustine
Simard, N. Oliver, Jr. Oe. . . . . St. Petersburg
-- Simmons, Herbert. . . . . Gainesville



Singer, Joseph H. . . . . .Miami Beach
I. Singer, Marvin .... . . ..... Gainesville
Siviter, Robert E. Ben . . St. Petersburg
Skipper, David E. ex . Tallahassee



Smith, Herbert A., Jr Ar . . . . Orlando
Smithers, Robert M ... . . Winter Haven
Snarr, Carl M. .E . . .E . . . .Orlando
Somers, George A . ... . . Holly Hill




Spurlock, Ralph W. . . . Callahan
Starrett, Virgil S. ... . . . St. Petersburg
Stephens, William Daniel 14E . . . Princeton, Ky.
Stephenson, George W. . . . . Bartow



Stewart, Raymond Edward . . . . St. Petersburg
e i Stewart, R. M St. Petersburg
SStewart, William Addison ZOE . . . .Vero Beach
Stewart, William Cosby . . . Mount Dora





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Stone, S.R . . . Port St. Joe
Stoutamire, FrankH. . . . . Tallahassee
Sullivan, A. Winslow ox . . . . Tallahassee
Summers, Donald F . . . Bristol




Sweat, Leroy M. E . . . Ft. Lauderdale
Sweet, George H. KI . ... . . .. .. Miami
Sweger, Jack B. KA . . . Clearwater
Tabeling, Roy Harrison, Jr. . . . Jacksonville




Tapoen, Neil Campbell K . . ... Lake Placid
Taylor, Alfred . . . .Tampa
Taylor, Doyle J. . . ... Lake Wales
Taylor, W illiam S. AE . . . Jacksonville




Tench, Benmont 41..e ... . . . .. Gainesville
Thomas, Logan M. . . St. Petersburg
Thomas, Rufus Irving . . . . High Springs
Thompson, Ford Leslie, Jr. o e . . . Tallahassee




Thompson, Wendell L . . Florala, Ala.
Thompson, William Blaine, Jr. Bon Washington, D. C.
Titus, Arthur Floyd . . . Lynn Haven
Tricarico, Nicholas . . . New York, New York




Triplett, Joe x . . Jacksonville
Tugwell, Robert Lee . . . . Pensacola
Ulmer, Curtis S. . . . ... . . . . . .Largo
Underwood, Edwin H. N. . . . ... Miami Beach




Van Clief, William Carroll . . . . Winter Haven
Van de Matter, John S. AXA . ..... . Daytona Beach
Van Vleck, Dennison W. . . . . Jupiter
Venable, James B ........... Center Hill




Vidal, Martha Hughes . . . ... Gainesville
Wadsworth, John R. . ... . .... Haines City
Waits, William E .... . . .... Hawthorne
Wakefield, Thomas Havens YN . . . . Miami




Waldin, Vincent Howard . Miami
Waldron, L. B. . . Miami
Walker, Dan . . . ...... .. Ft. Myers
Waller, Robert J. XO . . Lakeland





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Wolz, George S. KY ........... Miami
Wanman, Harry 0. .... ........... .. Miami
Ware, Wendell R. Ben. .. . . .. St. Petersburg
Warren, Miles Allison 1E..E... .. ........ Vero Beach




S Waszok, Edwin Jos. AXA. . .Chicago, Ill.
Watson, J. B., Jr . Trenton
SWatson, John Thomas, Jr. e .. . Tampa
Webb, J. Ernest. . ... . Jacksonville




SWeber, Walter Richard AXA . . .. . Miami
Weidler, Roy Clyde, Jr . . Jacksonville
Weintraub, Maurice S. oBa .. .... Miami Beach
Wheeler, William Walter xQ . . .Jacksonville




Whitcomb, James Lewis. . . ... Hawthorne
White, James A. nK. . . . New Smyrna Beach
Whiting, James B. . . . Gainesville
Wieland, Robert E. Ben. .. ... .... St. Petersburg




Wiggins, Eldon G. nKA . . . . Orlando
Wilkerson, O. Clintok . . . DeFuniak Springs
Williams, Charles Alton. . . . ... St. Augustine
Williams, Clarence DeWitt ex . Tallahassee




Williams, Charles M., Jr. K. . . Vero Beach
Williams, Guyton M .. ......... Bushnell
Williams, Maurice C. . . Miami
Williams, R. E. . . ............. Miami




Willich, Robert K. A!. . ......... . Gainesville
W ilson, John E. . . Frostproof
Wilson, J. Warner xx . . . Ocala
Wincey, Charles W. . . . . Live Oak




Withers, David M.. . . . . . Ocala
Witt, Albert A. . . . . West Palm Beach
Witters, Arthur G. nK . ... . . Coral Gables
Wolf, Leonard TE .......... .. Orlando




Wolly, George J. TEO ......... .. Orlando
Woodward, Perry Leland KA . . Quincy
Woolley, Fred F., Jr. . Sarasota
Worrill, James H., Jr. e . Leesburg




a Wyke, E. D. K. . . . . . . Miami
Wynn, Oscar Earnest. . . . . . Lakeland
Young, James Nathaniel . . . . Vero Beach
Young, Robert William ZAE .... Daytona Beach



Zachry, William B. nKA . . . .. Sanford
Zumwolt, Edgar. ...... . . .Miami
Zych, Frank A . . .. .... ... . Marianna

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Homer Still . . . . President
W illiam A. Partain, III . . . Vice-President
Richard Hudson . . . .Secretary-Treasurer


















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Abele, C. Robert N ... Miami Beach
Alison, Grover, Jr. 4Ae . Daytona Beach
Anderson, George Hagan one St. Petersburg
Anderson, Lloyd O. .KT . Dade City




Anderson, William J . . . Jacksonville
Andrews, Arthur H. nKA . New Port Richey
Andrews, Thomas Oakley nKA ..... ......... Orlando
Armstrong, Jack Leslie .. .... .. Bradenton




Arnold, Robert Luther EAE . ......... Groveland
Avant, George D .... ............ Mt. Pleasant
Baker, Hinton J. nKA ....... Jacksonville
Baker, Leonard A., Jr. IN . ........ .. Miami




Baker, Richard C. .. . ... Delray Beach
Ballard, Walter Langford AT . . Fort Myers
Barber, Robert Leslie . . . . Kissimmee
Barken, Aaron Harold A .. Miami Beach




Barnes, John M. . Jacksonville
Barrett, William Henry, Jr. nKb St. Augustine
Barry, Carey Neilson . . . Clearwater
Bass, Leon Warwick N. . Jacksonville




Bassett, Harry D. . . . Quincy
Baynard, William AT . . St. Petersburg
Beach, Eugene Hamilton . Clearwater
Bearden, John G. . . . DeLand




Bennett, John Wray . . Miami
Benton, John Joseph ox . .. Gainesville
Bentley, Talmadge Caswell . . Winter Haven
Bert, Harold R. . . . ..... Havana




Bert, John G. . . ...... ... . H.avaona
Bishop, George D., Jr. ATn ..... Sanford
Bissett, J F. Ar . . Winter Haven
Bivans, Ernest L. .. F. Lauderdale




Bivins, Henry W. nKA. . Clearwater
Black, W. W. . . . . Tallahassee
Blank, Ralph J. ATn . West Palm Beach
Bliziotes, Louie M. . . . Gainesville




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Blood, Norman . Lake Worth
Bloomberg, David M . Miami
Boerner, Henry L . . Gainesville
Bonney, Richard W. ...... Lake City




Boone, A Thames ex. .H.............. Jocksonville
Bos, William Johan ATR ... ......... Hamburg, N Y.
Brady, Charles W nKA . .............. Orlanao
Brady, James Ewing . ............... Eustis




Brondon, Charles H K1 . ........ Polk City
Brandon, William Clint . . .... Sebring
Bray, Carey H. . . ... . .. Winter Garden
Breiner, Charles KA .............. Miami




Brewer, James A, Jr. nx . ... Salt Springs
Brewer, Martin I, Jr. IAE . West Palm Beach
Brewer, Sidney W. E ...... . Ft. Pierce
Bridges, David William ATR . .... Orlando




Broderick, Harold . ........ DeLeon Springs
Brodkorb, James x . ...... ... .Panama City
Brooks, Candler A . . Bradenton
Brown, John Cotton Ben .... ... Miami




Brown, John MacPherson . . .. Hillside, N. J.
Brown, Rue Lane LE ... Ft. Pierce
Brown, T. F. AT . . . St. Petersburg
Brown, Walter A, Jr N . .... Tampa




Brundage, Ira Stacey nKO . ....... Hialeah
Burns, Billy Bryan Lx .. West Palm Beach
Buller, William lI ATn . ........ .... Camillo, Ga.
Byle, Richard Caplin . ....... Ft. Myers




Byrd, Robert Ernest . ........ Greenville
Campbell, Jack N . Miami
Cannon, Daniel A .. San Antonio a
Corosik, IHoword H1. TEO . . . . Jacksonville



Carefoot, George H. KA ... . Fort Meode
Carihaltes, Peter Gabriel, Jr. . . . . Jacksonville
Carlson, tlerbert Einar . . ... West Palm Beach
Carlton, Reuben W. O*E ......... Fort Pierce




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Carmichael, Waldo S. AE .. West Palm Beach
Carmona, J. E. . . Key West
Carroll, Joseph R. . . Kissimmee
Carter, O. M., Jr. . Bagdad




Caves, Robert M. . . . Homestead
Chain, Alvin Philip ... . . Miami
Chandler, William H. IAE ........ Gainesville
Christian, James Kirk nKA . Mclntosh




Christie, Joseph N. KA . . . Washington, D. C.
Churchill, Winston Henry . . . Springfield, Mass.
Clark, George Beach . . . . . Bradenton
Clarke, John Leslie . . . . Lakeland




Claville, Dan L. n r .. Ft. Myers
Coarsey, James Milton KA . Tampa
Cobb, Carroll Evans..... . .. Ft. Myers
Cockrell, Joseph Osborne . .. ..... Jacksonville




Coffee, Claude Williams, Jr .. ... . . Miami
Cohen, Raymond W. BA ..... .. Jacksonville
4 Collins, E. Richard x. .. . Haoines City
Collins, J. Ernest ............ Perry




Collins, Orval Berson . . .. . . . Umotilla
Combs, Horace G. Jacksonville
Constantine, Thomas Joseph nKA . . Clearwater
Conzelmann, Paul August . . . Miami




Cooksey, Ramon David . . . Tallahassee
Cormack, John G. . . Key West
Coursh3n, Arthur H. A ...... .Miami Beach
Coverston, David Y. x . Bushnell




Covington, E. D. AE .. . . .. . Plant City
Cowen, William J..... .. ... ...... River Junction
Cowsert, John Lejeune Ax ........ St. Petersburg
Cox, Daniel Monroe nlK .Blountstown




Craft, John W Ben . . ... Gainesville
Crane, Reuben Bennett x . .... .. Jacksonville
Creal, Charles Edward . . . . . Bunnell
Cromer, Daniel Hogan .. .... . .Lakeland





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Cromwell, Robert Frederick .... .Riviera "
Crookshonk, J A, Jr. . . St. Augustine
Crouch, R T, Jr . .. Gainesville
Culbreath, Char E. K. .. I sTampa



Cutiler, B Carroll .AE . . ...... Miami Beach
Danio, Russell Sidney . . . . . . Miami
Davis, George B. KE . . . Miami Beach
Davis, Lawrence C. ............. Leesburg



Davis, W illiam E . . . . W illiston
Davy, Walter Woodward ATf . Washington, D. C.
Dawson, Jeffery Ear ArP . . . Gainesville
Deal, Carl P . . ...... . Inverness



Denn, Reed W. . . . St. Augustine
DeGraff, Henry . . ........ Miami 1 '
Demaree, Sara Frances .......... Gainesville
deMirza, Williham Paul . . ........ .. Miami




DeVane, Max Filler... . Fort Pierce
DeWitt, Wilhara T. ..E Daytona Beach
Dtckman, Lyle Crolle ... . Ruskin -
Doss, James Philip, Jr. . . . Tavares 5



Dtay, RobertS ... .. .... ..... .DeLand
Douglas, Leslie ............ Lake Worth
Doyle, William Steele . . . Yonges Island, 5. C.
Drawdy, Ted E. AXA . . Miami



Driggers, Robert A. . Lake Butler
Duckworth, Frank A. . . . . Jacksonville
Duinaway, Glen . . ..... Molino
Duncani, Gordon Alexander, Jr. KI . . Tallahassee



Dwoskin, Louis "BA ......... Jacksonville
Eckfield, Kenyon C. . . Lake Worth
Edwards, Alex H. nKI . . . . Tampa 3
Etdwards, Gilbert Thomas . . . . DeLand



Eichelberger, Robert J. KA . . .. . . Eustis
Eldridge, Marion C. ...... . . Altha
Elebash, Eugene P. N. . . . . Pensacola Ii
Ellis, Arthur Phelps, Jr. X . . . . .Chaires




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Ellis, Ed KA .. . Tampa

English, George I. . . Greenville
Enwright, John Goodman e . . St. Petersburg




Ettingoff, Nat V. . . Jacksonville
Everingham, Richard L. nKA . Clearwater
Fabrick, Arthur L. .......... Gainesville
Faircloth, W illiam Earl . Chiefland




Farish, Joseph Denson, Jr. XO . . West Palm Beach
Farrington, Cecil Tracy KI . . . Ft. Lauderdale
Faulk, William Heniard . . Cocoa
Faulkner, Norman A. .. . . Jacksonville




Feaster, Norman Brunner . . . . Coral Gables
Feinberg, Ray. . . . . . St. Petersburg
Fernandez, Frank J. .. . .. Tampo
Ficquette, Harry Stephens nKA . . Winter Garden




Flanagan, William Waite . . . Schenectady, N. Y.
Fletcher, Howard V. ... . . Greensboro
Fogle, John H.. .. ........ Gainesville
S, Force, Harley M. nK* ......... Daytona Beach




Fort, Richard A. ... . . . Fort Meade
Fortner, J. Leroy ArP ......... Tampa
40 Fowler, David Covington . . . . Louisville, Ky.
Fowler, Talbert B. . . . Bartow




Franco, Dominic Kermit . . ... . . Tampo
Frauenheim, Walter Gordon ATn. . . . Sarasota
Freeman, George R.. . . . . Chattahoochee
Freeman, Wilbur S. . .... Tallahassee



: Freinberg, Leonard Barton . . . . Miami Beach
French, William Thomas IN .. . Miami
Frierson, Pete House . . . . New Port Richey
Frost, Jack H. OE . . ... . . . Tampa




Fuller, Malcolm E. . . . . . Gainesville
Funderburk, Thomas Jackson, Jr. . . . Gainesville
Gable, Alex S. nK . . . . . Lake City
Gage, Fred H., Jr. T . . . Pensacola





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