The Seminole

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The Seminole
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Winter Trimester
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63 v. : ill. ; 27 cm.
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University of Florida
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Gainesville, Fla
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Vol. no.1 (1910) - v. 63 (1973).

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Table of Contents
    Front Cover
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    Front Matter
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    Table of Contents
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    The university
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    Leadership
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    Greeks
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    Athletics
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CONTENTS:

ACADEMICS 16

EVENTS 92

LEADERSHIP 98

GREEKS 132

SPORTS 174

UNDERCLASSMEN 192

























THE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA WINTER TRIMESTER 1963


BILL DO WLING
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Christmas vacation marked the end of a firTRIMESTER

and the beginning of a new year. The trimester idea was given its first chance. It was a clear case of confusion ... which now must be

tested,

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"Was it really worth all the trouble?" Or was it just something else for students to worry about .... as if they didn't have enough already.










































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CLASSES

began again the classic but variable

formula.

With students, professors,

and books as raw materials ...
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But an education is also formed by the many activities

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Maturity is gained through the casual

acceptance of integration . something which

a few of our southern institutions

handled quite childishly. Interference by

the childish John's committee

in other areas, and pressure by Communists

and Nazis also tested our breaking point.

But the public eye is always

searching ... focusing a slanted eye on our Alma Mater.

We know that we have an image to consider,

improve, and stand behind.
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CHANGING social currents

combine with changing political streams.

Party jumping becomes a top Spring Sport.


Bins full of daily Alligators shift quickly into the hands, minds, and discussions of students ..

spreading news on everything from fraternity parties to political parties.




















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such familiar haunts as Gatorland, the

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Students just naturally gather to eat, drink

and socialize. Pitchers full of

foaming golden brew, murky Hub coffee,

or a Coke during class break,

often become silent participants in animated

conversations ..all very important,

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REFLECTIONS

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A Busy, Busy Tigert Hall


Tigert Hall is a great structure of concrete and routine procedure, critical decisions, public demands, steel, of light bulbs, tile floors, and glass. Its windows and sometimes disappointments. glisten in the sun. The broad green park that surrounds Last May, the UF Administration announced a it is as quiet as a meadow. This is not merely a building 14-point program as an outline of the University role but a machine, with mechanical elements and human through 1975. This design, prepared for the Board of
elements a machine that calls the shots controlling Control, is the result of a year-long study of current a University community of some 15,000 people. programs and anticipated needs. This look ahead
This is the "Pentagon" of the UY covered increasing enrollment, faculty, building, and
It houses a forest of offices and workers, has space age study and research. Sole responsibility was
positions that extend from part-time student clerks to requested for thirteen areas of study, from agriculture counselors and deans. to graduate engineerifig. The tension of a special kind
At the heart of this structure lies the office of the of authority was expressed as the danger that "anxiety President and the suite of rooms surrounding it. Here for public accountability may paralyze action" and have the decisions are made, policies influencing the lives of the effect of slowing down the very educational process students, faculty, office workers and administrators. they are expected to accelerate. Care should be taken
And the primary responsibility for these decisions to keep the administration of state-supported university lies on the shoulders of Dr. J. Wayne Reitz. education as flexible as can be with decision-making
Dr. Reitz is known to most students only through vested as far down the line as possible ....
his speeches and presence at banquets, but these are But no one man can be expected to know all the
exterior elements of a complicated and time-consuming aspects of every problem, be in touch with all the people job. An office in Tigert Hall, numerous conference concerned. He must have advisors and aides to counsel,
rooms, and the Reitz home itself become backdrops for help set and carry out administrative policy.

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ONE-FOURTH OF DR. RE!ITZ' TIME IS SPENT IN CONFERENCE
Vice-President Harry M. Philpoft counsels many students.
















UF Relations and Development head is Dean Crosby.














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S o m e thirty-seven But who are the key men around the President?

Id e a s people are listed on the Who is called into conference on overall University
Academic and Admin- policy matters? President Reitz lists four who he works
istrative Councils of the i4most closely with on general matters." They are Dr. UF. Eight of these are Philpott, Dean Mautz, Dean Hale and Mr. Jones.
included in a g r o u p These are, he says, the primary ones upon whom
informally called the "executive committee", which he depends.
meets daily with the President. These eight men Beyond these, the President will call in others
represent all areas of University operations. according to the territory involved. If a matter under
They are Dr. Harry M. Philpott, Vice-President; consideration concerns one particular college or departDean Lester L. Hale, Dean of Student Affairs; W. Ellis ment, he will call in the dean or director. But matters Jones, Business Manager; Dean R. B. Mautz, Dean of involving the overall campus are brought to the
Academic Affairs; Dr. Sam Martin, Provost of the attention of the four key men or the executive
Health Center; W. Hole Kerns, Director of Informa- committee.
tional Services; George W. Carrick, Assistant to the
President; and Judge Harold Crosby, Dean of University Dr. Reitz estimates he spends one-fourth of his time
Relations and Development. conferring with various deans, administrators and
They consider "anything important" for the day. advisors. But it is with him the final decisions on any Discussion may range from controversy over a Board matter rest . and these are the most penetrating
of Control decision, to the reallocation of expense funds, ones .... constantly changing factors which must stay to consideration of the New Orange Peel. within the administrative design.


Five recent nominees of Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities are congratulated by Dean Lester L. Hale.
















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ALLASPECTS OF LAND. PLANT,
ANIMA AN FOOD N ew R ole fo r
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Chemistry's role in the production of foodstuffs, research. Projects include explaining enzyme changes in
based upon the newest knowledge in science and animal tissue, and studying measurements through the
agriculture is the keynote of study at the College of Warburg respirometer flasks. Studies of the nature of Agriculture, virus and their structures are made through the electron
To teach these aspects, the College uses three units microscope. Chemical transformation of hay to milk
of study: Instruction, Research, and Extension, and and beef steak are also part of laboratory study.
offers three types of specialization: Agricultural Science, The College offers courses in all aspects of land, Agricultural Business, and Technology, plant, animal, and food development. The student learns
The 375 students now enrolled in the school have through practical environment application, and personal
the advantage of being able to observe and aid in research projects.

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STUDENTS ENROLLED HA VE THE ADVANTAGE OF BEING ABLE TO OBSERVE AND AID IN RESEARCH






















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ANDREA BARTON ALBRITTON-Alachua, Fla.:
Block and Bridle Club.
ROBERT PAUL ARMOUR-Dunfermline, Scotland; Alpha Zeta, scribe; Kroger Scholarship; Ford Foundation Fellowship.
ABRAHAM BURNSTEIN-Pahokee, Fla.: Agriculture Economic Club; International Student Organization. LUIS H. CUADRA-Masaya, Nicaragua: Latin American Club; U.S. Dept. of State Scholarship. BOBBY LEON DAMRON-Gainesville, Fla.: 4-H Club; FFA.
RONALD DENTON-Lake Wales, Fla. MIGUEL ANGEL ELUIR-Togueigalpa, Honduras. AGUSTIN RAMON FUENTEVILLA-Havana, Cuba: Latin American Club; ISO; Agricultural Economic Club; Orientation Group Leader.










CONRAD HARDIE, JR.-Gainesville, Fla.: Citrus Club. CHARLES RAY HOWELL-Blountstown, Fla.: Sigma Phi Epsilon: Newel Entomological Society. WILLIAM RAY HUDGENS-Miami, Fla.: Alpha Zeta, Chancellor, Scribe; Agricultural College Council; Ralston-Purina Scholarship Award. NELSON WAYNE JORDAN-Inverness, Fla.: Alpha Gamma Rho.
JULIAN RALPH MEITIN-Orlando, Fla.:' Pi Lambda Phi: IFC Executive Board; Agriculture Economics Club, Pres.
WAYNE LEE MORELAND-Gainesville, Fla.: Thyrsus, Pres., Vice Pres.
THOMAS ALLAN MURRAY-Lake Worth, Fla.:
Thyrsus, Treas.; Scabbard and Blade. LUIS CARLOS NOLI-Panama, Panama. WALLACE RUDOLPH ORTIZ-Jacksonville, Fla. SANSERN PHONGSAYAM-Thailand. ELIAS ROSEMBERG-Gainesville, Fla. ALVARO SANCHEZ-Camaguey, Cuba. JOSEPH FRANCONY SMITH-Bowling Green, Fla.: Alpha Zeta; Citrus Club, Pres. JOHN ROBERT STRAYER Bellefontaine, Ohio: Alpha Zeta.
HAROLD WAYNE WHITTEN-Ft. White, Fla.: Alpha Zeta.

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College of Architecture



Plans for New Building

A new building housing the College of Architecture and Fine Arts, to be located on the site now occupied by Grove Hall, is scheduled for completion within two years. Plans for the building are being designed by the
architecture students themselves.
This new structure will provide a small art gallery for visiting displays and permanent gifts.
It will include a separate floor for architecture, art, and building construction. Music will remain in its present quarters, and the present frame building will be
kept to house offices and other activities.
One of the principal projects of the college has been the development of the finest architecture and fine art library in the Southeast. The new building will provide added space and safer quarters to this costly collection.
Catering to over 800 students, the College of Architecture and Fine Arts, is run on a person to person basis. Professors endeavor to help students understand the theories and skills they will need to develop their
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A future architect spends many hours working on class projects that may. become the styles of the homes of tomorrow. ARCHITECTURE AND FINE ARTS CA TERS TO OVER 800 STUDENTS



















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RtICHARD ALLEN-Gainesville, Fla. ROBERT ALTMAN-Miami, Fla.: Pi Lambda Phi, Sgt.-At-Arms, Social Chin.: SCBA. JOHN ANTONIADES-Miami, Fla.: Lambda Chi
Alpha, Pres.: AIA; HAC, Pres., Vice Pres.; AHEPA, Pres.
JOHN BANKSTON-Orlando, Fla. LAWRENCE BORREGARD-Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.:
Kappa Sigma: Sigma Lambda Chi, Sec., Pres.; SC; BA. DAVID KEITH BOUBELIK-Gainesville, Fla.: Gargoyle, hist.; Phi Theta Kappa;. AIA; National American Institute of Architects Scholarship, 1962; J. Hills Miller Scholarship, 1960-61; Architecture Departmental Scholarship, 1961.
JOEL CHANNING-Miami Beach, Fla.: Tau Epsilon Phi: Gargoyle; Phi Eta Sigma; J. Hillis Miller Memorial Scholarship.
BAYNE COLLINS-Panama City, Fla.: AIA; Gargoyle. DONALD RAY CREWS-Hallandale, Fla.: Sigma
Lambda Chi; Student Contractors and Builders Assoc., Vice Pres., Pledgemaster; Speakers Comm., Vice Pres.; Dean's List.
JERRY DALE-Clinton, Wis.: Gargoyle. IRENE DA VAULT-Gainesville, Fla.: Alpha Omicron Pi: Sigma Alpha Iota, Vice Pres.; Tau Beta Sigma, Treas.; Symphonic Band, Treas. Music Education; National Conference, Sec.; Harold B. Bachman Scholarship.
RICHARD DAVENPORT-Miami, Fla.: AIA; Student Contractors and Builders Assoc.; Presbyterian Student Center, Pres.
ALEXANDER DOMPE-Gainesville, Fla. DEWITT RANDALL DRAA Belle Glade, Fla.:
Student Contractors and Builders Assoc. ROSS JAMES FERLITA-Tampa, Fla.: Alpha Tau Omega; Gargoyle; Student Association of Landscape Architects, Vice Pres., Pres.; Dean's List. EMESE MARGIO FORIZS-Tarpon Springs, Fla.:
Delta Delta Delta.

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TED HADJIAN-St. Petersburg, Fla.: Student Contractors and Builders Assoc., Treas. BOB HAMILTON St. Petersburg, Fla.: Student Contractors and Builders Assoc. CLIFFORD HEWITT-St. Petersburg, Fla. RONALD JOHN JACOMINI South Glastonbury,
Conn.
DONALD KALEC-Bradenton, Fla.: Gargoyle. BARBARA KEENE-Orlando, Fla.: Student Interior
Design; American Institute of Architecture. EMILIO LEBOLO-Barranquilla, Colombia. GINI LENZ-Gainesville, Fla.: Student Aid, Pres., Sec.; University Choir; AIA; Rawling Hall Council; Religionin-Life Committee; Gargoyle. DAVID LEE LEONARD-Sanford, Fla.: DIR, pub; AIA; Gargoyle.
JUDITH ANN LEVINE-Miami, Fla.: Gargoyle, Sec. RUTHANN LIND-Gainesville, Fla.: Gargoyle; Student Interior Designer; AIA.

DONNA GAYLE MARTIN-Belle Glade, Fla.: American Institute of Interior Designer, Treas.


ANTONIO MARTIN-Roosevelt, Puerto Rico. RAMON MENZE-Miami, Fla.: Gargoyle. LEON JAY MEYER-Savannah, Ga.: AIA, Pres.; Gargoyle; 1960 Flavet I Homecoming Chairman; AIA, History Award.
BART NOTOWITZ-Miami Beach, Fla.: Tau Epsilon Phi; AIA, History Award. LEE OGDEN-Pompano Beach, Fla.: Sigma Nu; Fla. Union Social Board; Home Show Award. ROBERT ALLEN PETERSON-Lisbon, Ohio: Forestry Club; ASLA.
DAVID ALLAN PITTS-Jacksonville, Fla.: Gargoyle. MICHAEL ROBERT RELICK-Hollywood, Fla. PHILIP RICKMAN-Gainesville, Fla. BYRON TIDD RIVERS-Gainesville, Fla. PAUL ROBINSON-Savannah, Ga.: Tau Epsilon Phi; Phi Eta Sigma; AIA; Gargoyle; Dean's List; American Tile Council Sketch Problem, 1st pl. HEIDAR SCHIRAZI-Gainesville, Fla. NANCY SHAW-Gainesville, Fla: American Institute of Designers; Gargoyle.
HARRIET EUGENIA SIMS-Stuart, Fla.: SALA, Sec. LYNN MORROW TENEYCK-Gainesville, Fla.: Gargoyle, Pres., Pledgemaster. LINDA JEAN WILLIS-Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.: AID.

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Students arrive in the College of A r t s and Sciences from many directions, but all are given the most valuable heritage of Western CivilizaThe, Core of Learning tion today possible. The
programs of this college represent the core of all higher education.
The major aim of the college is to provide a liberal education, offering its graduates the degrees of Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science in widely varied academic areas, from history to chemistry to English; and forming a solid foundation of fundamental





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knowledge for a professional program in law, medicine, public administration, and many other fields.
It is in this college that students may find and achieve their aspirations in 26 major subjects, the fullest range and greatest variety of programs available to undergraduates of any other college. A large faculty is necessary to accommodate the 1,855 currently enrolled students. This faculty includes 45 counselors, trained to help the student to reach his goals by way of the proper channels.
The College of Arts and Sciences is the one school in every modern university which is committed to the highest values of Learning. It is the school dedicated to the arts and the sciences of life.











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Biology students examine slides under a lab microscope.

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KHALIL ABDELAL-Beirut, Lebanon CHARLES EDWARD ABRAMSON-New York City, N. Y.: "F" Club; Varsity Cross-Country, Track; Alligator Business staff; FCA; Film Classics League; PreLegal Society.
JUDITH RUTH ALPERT-Hollywood, Fla.: Swim Fins; Nu Rho Psi; Dorm Chairman, Welcome Week, WSA; Program Chairman of Rawlings Hall; Interhall Program Planning Committee, Sec.
DAVID I. ALTER-Miami Beach, Fla.: Alpha Epsilon Pi; Pi Mu.
GEORGE M. APOSTOLATOS-Patras, Greece: Phi Mu; ISO; MIA; MAC, Pres.; Judo Club; Soccer Club; Barbell Club.
BEN COKER ARTIS, JR.-Wauchula, Fla.: ASAE; RONALD ADRIAN BAUGHMAN-Gainesville, Fla.
Society of Mechanized Agriculture, Pres. JUDITH MAY BENNINGER-Gainesville, Fla.: Ford
LESLIE FRANCIS BAILEY-Lake Worth, Fla.: Phi Foundation Program.
Eta Sigma Dean's List; President's Academic Award. RICHARD CARLTON BLASDELL--Milton, Fla.:
ELIZA HARRIAT BASSETT-Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.: Lambda Chi Alpha, pledge trainer.
Kappa Delta: WSA, Treas.; Religion-in-Life Week; JACK SNEAD BLOCKER, JR.-Arlington, Va.: Phi
Homecoming; Gator Gras. Eta Sigma; Phi Alpha Theta; Sigma. Tau Sigma; LegisPATRICIA ANN BATES-Powder Springs, Ga.: Kappa lative Council, minority floor leader; Alpha Phi Omega,
Delta, social chin.: Gargoyle, Mortar Board; Little Sisters Pres.; Orientation Group Leader; Traffic Control, of Minerva, hist.; Lyceum Council. Pres. Director, Traffic Coordinator; United Party, Independent
Chin.; Union Board, Director; Advanced ROTC; GRADELYN JOY BATTLE-Rockledge, Fla: Tau Beta h.Uno BarDecr;AvcdROC
Sigma, Sec.; Col. Bachman Award. Distinguished Military Student; Dean's List, High Honors.
CHARLES EDWARD BOAZ-Miami Springs, Fla. DAIN BOGUE-Jupiter, Fla.: Sigma Kappa, Treas.: Tau Beta Sigma; Mortar Board; Freshman Council; Legislative Council; Gator Band.

SHERRY LEE BOLAN-Sarasota, Fla.: Order of Athena.
MARTHA ANN BOX-Tampa, Fla.: Delta Gamma. MARK MAURICE BRADFIELD-Riviera Beach, Fla.: Sigma Nu: Phi Eta Sigma.
SUZANNE MARIE BRADY-Delray Beach, Fla.: Alpha Omicron Pi: Who's Who; Panhellenic Council, Pres., Vice Pres.; Coedikette, Ass't. Ed.; WSA Council; Reid Hall Council; SELL Policy Comm., Stud. Gov't. Service Organization Advisory Board; Religion-in-Life Week SARAH LOUISE BRAGGINS-Babson Park, Fla.: Zeta Tau Alpha, Soc. Chm.: Grove Hall Scholarship Comm., Vice Pres.
BECKY THEODOCIA BROWN-Bonifay, Fla.: Alpha Delta Pi: Alpha Lambda Delta; Pi Sigma Alpha; Who's Who; Mortar Board, Sec.; Legislative Council; WSA, freshman and senior rep.; Orientation Staff. PATRICIA MARIE BROWN-Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.: Phi Mu: Panhellenic Council; Newman Club. HENDRIK ADAMS BROWNE-Gainesville, Fla.: Sigma Nu: Alligator, Business Mgr.; Gator Greek, Business Mgr.; Orange Peel, Ass't. Business Mgr.

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MARCIA IRENE BUAN-Miami, Fla.: Pi Sigma Alpha; Propeller Club; Latin American Club; Dean's List; Pres. Certificate Hall Council.
BEVERLY KAY CADMAN-Daytona Beach, Fla.: Cum Laude.
JAMES FRANK CALHOUN-Gainesville, Fla.: Beta
Theta Pi: Psi Chi; Scabbard and Blade; Fla. MSM, Vice Pres.; Greek Council, Vice Pres. RICHARD TERRY CAMPBELL-Crestview, Fla. ROBERT T. CARROLL-Largo, Fla. PATRICIA FRANCIS CILLEY-Bradenton, Fla.: Alpha Omicron Pi: Alpha Lambda Delta; Pi Sigma Alpha; Phi Alpha Theta; Alligator, Ass't. Editor; Campus Hostess Comm., Chm.
GAIL EVERETT CLINTON-Titusville, Fla.: Dean's List; High Honors; Hall Council. REGINA LEAH COSTELLO-Melbourne, Fla.: Sigma Alpha Eta, Corr. Sec.
MICHAEL W. CREWS-Wauchula, Fla.: Beta Theta Pi, Rush Chm., IFC, Pres.; Fla. Blue Key; Phi Eta SigWILLIAM FRANCIS DARGIN-Levittown, N. J. ma, Pres.; University Choir, Pres.; Religion-in-Life
DANIEL ISHAM DANFORD-Pinellas Park, Fla. Week, Chm.
JULIA ELAINE DAWSON-Miami, Fla. DAVID MASON CUENY-Jacksonville, Fla.: Phi
JOHN I. E. DAY-St. Petersburg, Fla.: Delta Sigma Gamma Delta: Delta Pi Epsilon.
Phi: Alpha Epsilon Delta; Beta Omega Sigma PHILIP BRUCE CULPEPPER-Tallahassee, Fla.: Sigma Chi: Fla. Blue Key; Phi Alpha Theta, FCA; "F" GREGORY RAY DEAL-Ft. Walton Beach, Fla.: Pli Club; Football Team, Co-Captain; Who's Who.
Delta Theta.

MARCIA JOAN DEITSCH-Miami, Fla.: Dean's List; FREDERIC. CHARLES CURRY-Orlando, Fla.
President's Certificate; Symphonic Band. GEORGE ELLIOT DORIN-Ft. Myers, Fla. TERRY CAROL DOUGLAS-Jacksonville, Fla.: Pi Beta Phi; SEMINOLE Staff. JOHANNA DOWLING-Miami, Fla.: Delta Delta
Delta, hist., Rec. Sec.: Traffic Court Justice; Alpha Kappa Delta.
RAYMOND MICHAEL DWYER-Atlantic Beach, Fla.: Scabbard and Blade; Distinguished Military Student; Advanced Officers Club; Dean's List. DELMORE ALFRED EHLERS-Temple Terrace, Fla.: Phi Eta Sigma.
JOHN CLINTON EICHRODT-Miami, Fla.: ULF, Vice Pres.; Pre-Law Club.
ELIZABETH ANN ERTEL-Orlando, Fla.: A l p h a Delta Pi, Corr. Sec., Rec. Sec.: Fla. Union Board, Sec.; Undersecretary of Finance; Fla. Blue Key Speaker; Fla. Union Board, Hostess Comm. Chin.; Orientation Group Leader.
RICHARD HENSON ESTES-Clearwater, Fla.: Phi
Kappa Tau.
SANDRA LEE EVANS-Jacksonville, Fla.: Phi Mu. ELMAR B. FETSCHER-Miami, Fla.: Dean's List.

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WALTER HUGH FLOYD-Gainesville, Fla.: Married Housing Govt.
CHERRY DALE FORD-Gainesville, Fla.: Dean's List; Orientation Group Leader; Religion-in-Life Comm., Co-Chm.: SFEA.
ROBERT KENNETH FRANZBLAU-Miami, Fla. CARROLL GERARD FRISON-North Miami, Fla.: Phi Eta Sigma; Phi Mu Alpha; Symphony Orchestra; Symphonic Band.
ANTHONY GAITO, JR.-Port Orange, Fla. GAYLLE SHARON GARRISON-Dade City, Fla. KAY ELLEN GILMOUR-Gainesville, Fla. ROBERT GINSBERG-Daytona Beach, Fla.: Dean's List.
JAMES RICHARD GOER-Temple Terrace, Fla.: Pi Sigma Alpha; High Honors; Honor Court Clerk; Legislative Council, majority floor leader; Summer Frolics, Co-Chm.; Freshman Welcoming Comm., Chm.; Director of Athletics Hume Hall; Orientation Group Leader; Legislator Appreciation Day Comm. THOMAS ALFRED GOLDSMITH-Daytona Beach, FRANCINE JEAN GREEN-Clearwater, Fla.
Fla.: Delta Upsilon. ROBERT ALAN GREENBERG-Jacksonville, Fla.:
Tau Epsilon Phi, Exec. Council: Homecoming Fireworks MARY ELIZABETH GRAHAM-Gainesville, Fla. Cm. ao rw kt
Comm.; Gator Growl Skit.
THOMAS A. GRAHAM III-Gainesville, Fla.: Beta HOWARD F. GREISDORF-Chicago, Ill.: Pi Lambda
Theta Pi: Pi Sigma Alpha; Scabbard and Blade; Dis- Phi. tinguished Military Student; Pre-Law Society, Sec.
RAE ANN GREMEL-Crown Point, Ind.: Alpha Chi Omega: Alpha Kappa Delta; Legislative Council. LAWRENCE EDWARD GRINTER-Gainesville, Fla.: Debate Society; Sky Diving Club. BARBARA LYNN GUNDRUM-St. Petersburg, Fla.: Mallory Hall Council.
DIETER K. GUNTHER-Patrick AFB, Fla.: Pi Sigma Alpha; Pre-Law Club; Dean's List, President's Academic Award.
MARILYN MAASE-St. Petersburg, Fla. MICHAEL WAYNE HAKALA-Richmond, Va.: Sigma Phi Epsilon: Golf Team.
MARY DELL HATCHER-Arcadia, Fla.: Alpha Omicron Pi, Vice Pres.: Broward Hall Council; WSA rep. WINSLOW LAMAR HIGGINBOTHAM-Callahan, Fla. ANN FRANCES HOFBAUER-Winter Park, Fla.: Sigma Kappa.
ROBERT ASHLEY HOLLISTER-Sarasota, Fla.: Phi Eta Sigma; Dean's List.
JAMES RALPH HOLMES-Miami, Fla. ROYCE EVERETT HOOD, JR.-Palatka, Fla.: Phi Delta Theta, Pres., Treas.: Alpha Epsilon Delta, Pres. EUGENE JAY HOWARD-Tampa, Fla.: Tau Epsilon Phi: Student Activities Comm.; Law Club.

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BYRON MASON HUGHES-Melbourne, Fla.: Lambda Chi Alpha: Kappa Kappa Psi; Phi Mu Alpha; Gator Band, Pres., Vice Pres.
IRENE CATHERINE HUGHES-Miami, Fla.: Sigma Alpha Eta; Honor Council; Fla. Union Board; Newman Club.
CAROL ANN INGRAM-West Palm Beach, Fla. SYDNEY LAWRENCE JACKOWITZ-N. Miami Beach, Fla.: Alpha Epsilon Pi.
SUSANNE JAMISON-Vero Beach, Fla.: Delta Delta Delta.
ANNE SHANNON JETER-Jacksonville, Fla.: Pi Beta Phi.
BRUCE SHERWOOD JONES Jacksonville, Fla :
Lambda Chi Alpha, Song Chm.: University Choir. HARVEY PHILIP KASE-Stuart, Fla.: Phi Epsilon Pi, Pres.: Arnold Air Society; Adv. Officers Club; Hillel Foundation, Vice Pres.; Freshman Orientation, staff coordinator.
MICHAEL DAVID KOHEN-Miami, Fla.: AED; STS, DAVID KAYTON-Miami, Fla.
Vice Pres.; Pi Mu; Dean's List. JOAN GALE KORODIN-Gainesville, Fla. CAROL ERICKSON KELLEY-Orlando, Fla.: Delta
Delta Delta: Alpha Tau Omega Sweetheart, 1961; Miss JEAN KOSIEWSKI-Jacksonville, Fla.: Zeta Tau UF, 1962-63; Gator Alternate Cheerleader; Military
Alpha, Corr. Sec. Ball Court, 1961; Sigma Chi Derby Court, 1962.
PATRICIA C. KYLSTRA-Gainesville, Fla.: Alpha MARY SARAH KELLY-Miami Shores, Fla.: Delta
Omicron Pi: Sigma Tau Sigma. Delta Delta.
ANN LABARRE-Vero Beach, Fla.: Chi Omega: Alpha JOE TOM KING-Panama City, Fla.: Sigma Chi, Laste
Kappa Delta. Krewe: Honor Court.
ROSEMARY ASHWORTH LAMB-Gainesville, Fla.: Sigma Tau Sigma; Alpha Lambda Delta; Dean's List, High Honors.
CAROL JEAN LANGLEY-St. Petersburg, Fla.

JANE STREATOR LIGHTCAP-Atlanta, Ga.: Military Ball Court, 1962; Homecoming Queen, 1962; Alligator; Fla. Players.
EMERY JAMES LINDSEY, JR.-West Palm Beach, Fla.: Sigma Pi Sigma; Am. Institute of Physics, Vice Pres.; Ford Foundation Fellowship; Dean's List. GEORGE ASHLEY LONG-Delray Beach, Fla. DONALD LEE LOSMAN-Miami Beach, Fla.: Pi
Lambda Phi: Phi Eta Sigma; Varsity Tennis Team; Insurance Soc., Treas.
JOAN M. LOSS-Miami, Fla.: Delta Phi Epsilon, Pol. Rep., Act. Chm.: Sec. of Women's Affairs; Comm. of 67. MARCIA KAY LOY-Miami Shores, Fla. RHODA VIRGINIA LUSH-Richmond, Va.: Alpha Delta Pi.
SUSAN MORGAN MACDONALD-Tampa, Fla.: Kappa Delta, Sec., Treas.: Alpha Lambda Delta, Vice Pres. FRANCIS WILLIAM MCBRIDE-Miami, Fla.


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MERCER LEWIS MCCLURE-Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.: Phi Delta Theta, pledgemaster, Vice Pres.: Track Team. WILLIAM DUDLEY MCGARITY-Orlando, Fla.: Phi Delta Theta: Fla. Blue Key Speaker. WILLIAM FREDERICK MALZONE-St. Petersburg, Fla.: Phi Gamma Delta: Orientation Group Leader. JOHN ARTHUR MARSHALL-Gainesville, Fla.: Sigma Phi Epsilon.
JOHN LAW MENDENHALL-Gainesville, Fla.: Sigma Chi: Varsity Swimming Team; Track Team. PEGGY JANE METZLER-Forest Hills, N. Y.: Dean's List.
JOHNNY L. MIKELL-Grandin, Fla.: Pre-Law Society. LEROY HAROLD MOE-Plantation, Fla.: Theta Chi, Sec., Soc. Chm., Rush Chm.: Zeta Man, 1962; Fla. Union Board Football Comm.; Legislative Council. MARY SUZANNE MOORLAG -Marcellus, Mich. DANIEL WALTON O'CONNELL-West Palm Beach,
REX BRITTON MUSGRAVE-Madeira Beach, Fla.: Fla.: Alpha Tau Omega, Rush Chm.: IFC; FBK
Chi Phi, Pledgemaster, Omicron: Orientation Staff. Speakers Bureau; SELL Policy Comm. DORIS A. NEGRI-Ocala, Fla.: Women's Glee Club, DANIEL PETER OLSZEWSKI-St. Petersburg, Fla.:
Vice Pres.; Singing Sweetheart Ensemble; Hall Council. Phi Delta Theta. CHARLES HARMON OATES-Daytona Beach, Fla.: VIRGINIA LEE OTTS-Holly Hill, Fla.: Alpha OmiSigma Chi, Sec.: "F" Club; Fellowship of Christian cron Pi: Little Sisters of Minerva; UF Cheerleader. Athletes, Pres.; Track Team, Capt. DONALD JOSEPH OWEN-Jacksonville, Fla.

WILLIAM PAUL PALOW-Hialeah, Fla. NANCY LEE PARHAM-Green Cove Springs, Fla.: Alpha Omicron Pi, Treas.; Sec. of Religious Affairs; University Religious Assoc., Exec. Board; RILW Convocation, Chm.; Greek Council. DENNIS MARIO PARRA-Tampa, Fla. ROBERT W. PATTON-Gainesville, Fla.: Sigma Alpha Epsilon.
LEWIS MCDONALD PEACOCK-Marianna, Fla.: Phi Delta Theta, Scholarship Chm., Sec. ELIZABETH JOAN PETERSON-Gainesville, Fla.: Zeta Tau Alpha: Pi Mu; Medical Dames. EILEEN FRANCES PFEIFFER-Clearwater, Fla.: Phi Mu, Treas.: Alpha Lambda Delta; WSA. CAROLE JEAN PFETCHER-Winter Park, Fla.: Alpha Delta Pi, hist.

THOMAS HALLAM PICKLER-St. Petersburg, Fla.: Tau Kappa Epsilon.

MARION F. POSNER-Woodmere, N. Y.: Alpha Epsilon Phi: Pi Sigma Alpha; Dean's List; Alligator; Hillel Foundation.
BRIAN ARTHUR RAMAEKERS-Lakeland, Fla.: Theta Chi.

LINDA ANN RAMSAY-Jacksonville, Fla.: Kappa Delta.


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RICHARD EUGENE RAMSAY-Bradenton, Fla.: Delta Sigma Phi, Treas.: Sigma Pi Sigma; Judo Club. STEPHEN ANDREW RAPPENECKER-Gainesville,
Fla.
DAN CARLO RASMUSSEN-Sarasota, Fla.: Phi Alpha Theta; Pre-Law Society, Membership Comm. Chm.

VERONICA ANNE REHBERG-St. Petersburg, Fla. MANUEL JOSEPH RICARDO, JR.-Tampa, Fla. NANCY ELIZABETH RICHARDSON-Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.: Pi Mu, Vice Pres.; Gator Band. FRANK HUGH RIDENOUR, JR.-Gainesville, Fla.: Pi Sigma Alpha.
SUSAN MARGARET RIMMER-Indialantic, Fla. RICHARD G. ROBERTS-Gainesville, Fla.: Sigma Chi: Pre-Law Club; Conservative Club; Dean's List. BARBARA ANN ROMAN-Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.: Delta

ANNE SAPHIER-Sarasota, Fla.: Alpha Epsilon Phi, Gamma, Pres., Treas.: Mortar Board.
Vice Pres.: Pi Sigma Alpha; Dean's List; "F" Book OLIVIA BISHOP RUSINEK-Jacksonville, Fla.: Delta
Staff; Alligator staff; Fla. Blue Key Speaker. Gamma, Ritual and Scholastic Chm.: Alpha Lambda
VICTOR S. SCHNEIDER-Jacksonville, Fla.: Tau Delta; Fla. Blue Key Speaker; Orientation Group
Epsilon Phi: Hillel Foundation; Alligator Sports staff. Leader.
HARRIS JOEL SAMUELS--Miami Beach, Fla. MARGERITA H. SCHOENAU-St. Petersburg, Fla.: Alpha Kappa Delta. KATHLEEN MARY SANTI-Martin, Fla.: Phi Theta
ARLEEN RUTH SCHULTZ-Vero Beach, Fla. Kappa; Grove Hall Council, Pres.; Pi Mu, Sec.; Newman
RANDOLPH SCHWARTZ-St. Petersburg, Fla.: Sigma Club, Program Chm.
Nu, Laste Krewe: Legislative Council. JACK S. SELEVAN-Jacksonville, Fla.: Tau Epsilon Phi: Homecoming Decoration Comm. '62. SHARON LOUISE SHEAR-Bogalusa, La.: Presbyterian University Center, Sec.
DOROTHY ROSE SHEPARD-Sarasota, Fla.: Alpha Lambda Delta; Dean's List; High Honors; Newman Club, Sec.; Resident Ass't.
BERNARD J. SIMBARI-Pompano Beach, Fla.: Alpha Epsilon Delta, Vice Pres.; Dean's List. RUSSELL DONALD SIMBARI-Pompano Beach, Fla.: Phi Eta Sigma; Alpha Epsilon Delta; Dean's List; President's Award.
ROBERT SAMUEL SMITH-Pompano Beach, Fla.:
Sigma Pi Sigma, Pres.; Pi Eta Sigma. PEPI HILDA SPIELBERGER- Jacksonville, Fla.:
Alpha Epsilon Phi, Vice Pres.: WSA Judiciary Comm.; Alpha Lambda Delta.
JUDITH C. SPURLOCK-Gainesville, Fla.: Kappa Delta: Alpha Lambda Delta; J. Hillis Miller Scholarships; Gainesville Panhellenic Award. KAREN ANNE STANFORD-St. Petersburg, Fla.: Pi Sigma Alpha; Legislative Council; Hall Council, Sec. WILLIAM L. STANFORD, JR.-Ft. Walton Beach, Fla.

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KENT OLIVER W. STEEN-Homestead, Fla. JOHN R. ST. CLAIR-St. Petersburg, Fla. PETER ALAN ST. JOHN-Eustis, Fla.: Am. Chem. Society, Student Affiliate; President's Scholarship Certificate.
DONALD EDWARD STUDER-LaVerne, Calif.: Sigma Pi Sigma; Sigma Tau Sigma; High Honors. BEVERLY ANN SWEATT-Indialantic, Fla.: Ski Club, Swim Fins; Dorm, Intramurals Chm., Homecoming Decorations Chm., Welcome Week Chm. .
RENE JOSE TAMARGO-Tampa, Fla. ELIZABETH COOPER TAYLOR-Lake Worth, Fla. MICHAEL DEE TAYLOR-Cocoa, Fla. NANCY JO THOMAS-Orlando, Fla.: Sigma Kappa, Vice Pres.
BILLY MAX THORNTON-Macon, Ga.: Gator Growl '61; Fla. Folk Festival '61; Judo Club; University Choir; MARGARET M. VOLK-N. Palm Beach, Fla.: Delta Gator Gras '62. Gamma, Corr. Sec.
ROLLAND DANIEL TRUIT-Tampa, Fla.: Tau Kappa BRUCE PETER WALEK-Miami, Fla.: Dean's List,
Epsilon, Pres., Sec., Treas.: Phi Eta Sigma; Pre-Law President's List. Society; J. Hillis Miller Memorial Scholarship; UF General Tuition Scholarship; Dean's List. DON TRAVIS WALKER-Plant City, Fla.
LARRY WOODARD ULM-Gainesville, Fla.: Delta BOBBY CAROL WALTERS-Melbourne, Fla.
Tau Delta. JULES WEISS-Miami, Fla.

GAYLON LEE WEST-Tampa, Fla. EDWARD J. WHITTINGSLOW-Hallendale, Fla.: Pi Sigma Alpha.
ROBERT GARLAND WILLIAMSON III-Sarasota,
Fla.: Alpha Tau Omega: Sigma Tau Sigma; Student Tutoring Society; Dean's List; President's Scholastic Awards.

NANCY SUE WILSON-Miami Springs, Fla.: Kappa Delta, Pres., Pledge Pres., Rush Chin.: Mortar Board, Treas.;Who's Who; Pi Sigma Alpha; Alpha Kappa Delta; Pi Sigma Alpha; Sigma Chi Sweetheart; Fla. Blue Key Speaker; Orientation Group Leader; Fall Frolics, Exec. Sec.; Rawlings Dorm, Pres.; WSA, service awards; Legislative Council; URA Advisory Comm.; Fla. Union Publicity Comm.; Fine Arts Comm. DANA LESTELLE WOODWARD-Eau Gallie, Fla.: Alpha Delta Pi, Sec.: WSA. KAREN ELIZABETH WUNDERLICH Gainesville,
&Fla.: Alpha Kappa Delta.
ANN MARIE YOUNG-Gainesville, Fla.
-STEPHEN RUSSELL ZELLNER-Miami, Fla.: Pi Mu; Alpha Phi Omega; Gator Growl Production Asst. STUART HARVEY ZIEGLER-S. Miami, Fla.: Legislative Council; Murphree Area, Pres.: Men's President's Council.
CAROL ANNE ZIMMER-Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.

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for Business


Preparing students to enter almost any field of business is the job of the College of Business Administration. The College offers nine majors. By combining courses in different areas, students can acquire a broad foundation of business knowledge.
Six hundred undergraduates and ninety graduate students make up the College's largest enrollment in its thirty-seven year history. Sixty students are working for their Master of Business Administration, which was accredited this year by the American Association of Collegiate Schools of Business.
A distinguished faculty, under the direction of Dean Donald J. Hart, adds to the prestige of the College. Faculty members also serve in business firms as consultants and directors. Dr. Allen Sievers is economic consultant to the Indonesian government. Dr. Edgar Dunn is Director of the Office of Economic Research in the Department of Commerce. Dean Donald Hart and Dr. Paul Kuefod will have books published this year. Food Fair Stores Foundation has given the college a four year grant of forty thousand dollars to establish a chair in marketing.
"B Day" was held on March 5. "B Day" is an annual event to help foster closer relationships and promote understanding between businessmen and students. Businessmen participate in panel discussions of business problems and fields. A convocation is held to honor outstanding students. Scholarships and prizes are awarded at the convocation.





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FRANK DOUGLAS AMBLER-North Miami, Fla.: Chi Phi: Finance Assoc.
WILLIAM FRANKLIN BAKER-Mount Dora, Fla.: Delta Chi, Vice Pres., Treas. JAMES JAY BELL-Lancaster, N. Y. FRANK JAMES BERNARDO-Chicago Heights, Ill.: Alpha Kappa Psi, Vice Pres., Sec. Ad. RICHARD K. BERKOWITZ-Miami Beach, Fla.: Tau Epsilon Phi, Treas., Sec., Exec. Council: Dean's List, Beta Alpha Psi.
WILLIAM LESTER BOYDEN-Pensacola, Fla.
MICHEAL PARTRICK BRADLEY-St. Petersburg:
Phi Eta Sigma: Beta Gamma Sigma. ROBERT THERON BROCKMAN-St. Petersburg, Fla.: Sigma Chi: Beta Gamma Sigma; Sigma Tau Sigma; Dean's List.

RICHARD LEE BUTLER-Gainesville, Fla.: Kappa Sigma, Sec., Homecoming Chm., Social Chm. CHARLES 0. CHUPP-Jacksonville, Fla.: Phi Delta JOHN WILLIAM CAVANAUGH-Minneola, Fla.
Theta, chaplin, Social Chm.; "F" club; Track Team.
RICHARD McKINLEY CHAPMAN JR.--Tampa, Fla.: FLORENCE JACQUELINE COHEN-Gainesville, Fla.: KapaAlh Treas.
Phi Chi Theta, Vice Pres.; Broward Hall Council. Kappa Alpha, Treas.
LAURENCE DENISE CHAUVIN-DESFLEURS--ClerDAVID ALAN COLVILLE-Winter Park, Fla.: Alpha LoN E FrN c.
Kappa Psi; Finance Assoc. mont-Ferrand, France.

THOMAS CHARLES CORBE-New Smyrna Beach, Fla.
THOMAS LAMAR COUGHLIN-Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.: Sigma Nu.
TERRY C. DAVIDSON-Gainesville, Fla.: Sigma Nu. RICHARD A. DECAIRE-Gainesville, Fla.: Beta Alpha Psi; Beta Gamma Sigma; AFROTC, Wing Commander; Arnold Air Society; Advanced Officers' Club, Pres. DONALD EDWIN EDINGTON-Okeechobee, Fla.: Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Pres., Pledge Master, House Mgr., Social Chm. Laste Krewe, Vice Pres. MARTIN C. ENGELMANN-Vero Beach, Fla.: Pi Kappa Phi: Gator Ski Club, Vice Pres. FRANCES KEIGHTLY GARRARD-Bartow, Fla.:
Beta Alpha Psi, Sec.: Beta Gamma Sigma, Sec.: Phi Chi Theta, Sec.
EUGENE GARRISON GOOD, JR.-Rockledge, Fla.: Finance Assoc., Pres.; Dean's List; Debate Society. GERY L. GROSS-Gainesville, Fla.: Newman Club. NORMAN SPENCER GROSS-Orlando, Fla.: Tau
Epsilon Phi.
SHELDON EDWARD GROSSMAN-Gainesville, Fla. DOUGLAS H. GROW-Gainesville, Fla. SYLVIA R. HARRIS-St. Petersburg, Fla.: Phi Chi Theta; BASOC.

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BLAKE DONALDSON HARTELL-St. Petersburg,
Fla.: Finance Assoc.; Fla. Bankers' Assoc. Scholarship. W. HERBERT HODGES, JR.-Gainesville, Fla.: Men's Glee Club.
CHARLES SHORE HUMPHRIES-Coral Gables, Fla. WILLIAM CARL HUNSINGER-Canton, Ohio: Finance Assoc., Vice Pres.; Fla. Mortgage Bankers' scholarship.

TREVOR LEE HUSTON-Venice, Fla.: Alpha Kappa Psi.
THOMAS E. JANNINGS-Lake Wales, Fla. JOHN MATTHIA JOST-Gainesville, Fla.: Pi Sigma Epsilon; Gator Amateur Radio Club. GEORGE KANISTRAS-Belmont, Mass.: Chi Phi:
Society for the Advancement of Management. JOHN MICHAEL KAVULIA-East Patterson, N. J.: JOSEPH ANTHONY KREUTLE-Hallandale, Fla.: Sigma Phi Epsilon.
Beta Alpha Psi, Vice Pres.; Beta Gamma Sigma; Alpha LETA ANN KELLER-Tampa, Fla.: Phi Chi Theta,
Kappa Psi; Dean's List; Hall Council; Sec. Adv. Pres.; Univ. Choir; SAM; Dorm, Treas., floor rep.
BRUCE ELLIOT LAZAR-Orlando, Fla.: Alpha RICHARD ANTHONY KENDZIOR-Dunedin, Fla.:
Epsilon Pi: Dean's List. Fla. Speleological Society, Treas.
WON YONG LEE-Gainesville, Fla.: Alpha Kappa Psi; SHEPARD KING-Miami Beach, Fla.: Pi Lambda Phi:
Propeller Club. Vice Pres., Treas.: Dean's List; Phi Eta Sigma; Honor
FRANK ANDREW LUBBERS-DeFuniak Springs, Court Justice; Beta Alpha Psi.
Fla.: Alpha Kappa Psi; Gamma Delta; Board of Inter- BRUCE EUGENE KNIGHT-Crawfordsville, Fla.: Signational Activities; German Club, Pres. ma Tau, Bus. Mgr.; Tau Beta Pi; Sigma Tau Sigma;
RAYMOND BERT MARTINEZ-Hialeah, Fla.: Phi High Honors.
Gamma Delta, hist: Delta Sigma Pi; Gator Growl Comm.; National Collegiate Bowling Tournament. THOMAS ROBERT MOORE-Gainesville, Fla.: Phi Kappa Tau, Treas: BSU, Pres.; Baseball, All American. TERRY LEE MORGAN-Gainesville, Fla.: Scabbard and Blade.
ROBERT EUGENE NOBLE-Orlando, Fla.: Tau Kappa Epsilon, Sec., pledge trainer, hist. ARTHUR WAYNE ONDICH-Hobe Sound, Fla.: Baseball Team.
JUDITH ANN PAASCH-Hialeah, Fla.: Phi Chi Theta, Treas.
RONALD LEWIS PIENCYKOSKI-North Palm Beach, Fla.: Theta Chi: Finance Assoc. ERNEST WILLIAM POLLOCK-Hallandale, Fla.: Pi
Sigma Epsilon, Sec.; Dean's List. CAROL LYNN POPEJOY-Orlando, Fla.: Alpha Delta Pi, Pres., Treas.: Cheerleader; Little Sisters of Minerva, Vice Pres.; B Day queen; Phi Chi Theta. DONALD FRANCIS PRINSTER-O'Fallon, Mo.: Alpha Kappa Psi.
DAVIS McKENDREE REMBERT, JR.-Gainesville,
Fla.: Pi Sigma Epsilon.

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FRANK THEODORE REMO-Gainesville, Fla. RICHARD WILLIAM ROGERS-Jacksonville, Fla.:
Scabbard and Blade; Dean's List. JAMES JOHN ROWAN-St. Petersburg, Fla.: Finance Assoc.
GRANT EUGENE SABIN-Deerfield Beach, Fla.: Pi Kappa Phi, Treas.: Beta Alpha Psi, Treas.

KURT WILLIAM SCHMAL-Marathon, Fla.: Alpha
Kappa Psi, Pledge Class Pres.; Insurance Society, Vice Pres.
PAUL WILSON SCHOWALTER-Homestead, Fla.: Sigma Alpha Epsilon.
MARJORY REED SCHWARTZ--St. Petersburg, Fla.:

Alpha Lambda Delta; Phi Chi Theta; BASOC, Sec.
JOHN SEASE-Dunnellon, Fla.: Delta Tau Delta. ARTHUR CORNELIUS SHAW-Clearwater, Fla.: Advanced Officers Club; Dean's List. BRUCE C. STARLING-Kissimee, Fla.: Sigma Chi: Fla. Blue Key; Blue Key Speakers Bureau; Football STANLEY STEVEN SILBERSTEIN-Miami Beach, Fla.
Team; "F" Club, Pres.; Fellowship of Christian Athletes. THOMAS ANTHONY SMITH-St. Augustine, Fla.:
JERRY HARLAN STRAKLEY-Sanford, Fla. Alpha Kappa Psi, ritual master; SAM, Vice Pres.
WILLIAM FRANK STEINER-Orlando, Fla.: Pi Sigma RALPH WILLIAM SPAULDING-St. Petersburg, Fla.:
Epsilon, Treas.; Dean's List. Delta Sigma Pi, Pres.: BASOC; Marine Corps Platoon
Leaders Class; EBSF.
GEOFFREY VERNON STOUT-Winter Garden, Fla.: SAM, Sec. TERRENCE JOSEPH SPROTT-Nashville, Tenn.:
Lambda Chi Alpha.
JUDSON P. STRYKER, JR.:-Flagler Beach, Fla.: Delta Sigma Pi, Sec.
JOSEPH DABNEY TERRY-Tallahassee, Fla.: Sigma Chi, Pres., Vice Pres., house mgr.: Laste Krewe. ROBERT HAROLD THOMPSON-Tampa, Fla.: Delta Sigma Phi, Pres.: IFC, Treas.; Pi Sigma Epsilon, Pres.; Student Party, Treas.
HAROLD STANLEY TRUEHEART, JR.-Winter Haven, Fla.: Sigma Nu: Football Team. GEORGE PARMENAS WALTER-Eau Gallie, Fla.: Pi Sigma Epsilon.
LAWRENCE MERVIN WEST-Miami, Fla.: Dorm
Section Advisor; WRUF-FM Announcer. SHERWOOD RANDALL WEST-Gainesville, Fla.:
Beta Theta Pi: Arnold Air Society; Advanced Officers Club; Track Team.
WILLIAM CLOSS WEST-Jesup, Ga.: Pi Kappa Phi, Sec.: Dean's List; Baseball Team. CALVIN H. WILSON-Gainesville, Fla.: Alpha Kappa Psi; Flavet Commissioner.
JUDSON IRVING WOODS-Gainesville, Fla.: Sigma Nu.
BILL WRIGHT-Gainesville, Fla.: Alpha Kappa Psi; Mayor Flavet I; Commissioner Flavet I; Mayor's Council, ex-officio member.

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One of the largest and most popular schools on campus is the College of Education, located in Norman Hall. The school offers courses leading to the degrees of Bachelor of Science in Education and Bachelor of Arts in Education.
The school's main purpose is to produce quality personnel for Florida's public schools. Among other provisions, the college offers advisory service for its students and conducts experimental and research studies in education.
Through cooperation between the College of Education and other colleges of the University, programs have been worked out whereby the student may become certified in a variety of teaching fields.
The P. K. Yonge Laboratory School in Gainesville is connected with the College of Education. It gives the students an opportunity to observe a school in action. Education majors act as participant teachers at P. K. Yonge sometime before interning.
In order to receive a public school teaching certificate from the State Department of Education, the student must intern in a Florida school during one trimester of his senior year as well as achieve a specified minimum score on the National Teacher Examination of the Graduate Record Examination.
Dean J. B. White has directed the College of Education since 1949. He received his Ph.D. from George Peabody College in Nashville, Tennessee. UC students take prerequisite secondary education class. The Advanced School of the College of Education, under the Division of Curriculum and Instruction, offers programs at the doctoral and specialist's levels.

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CYNTHEA D. ARONSON-Waban, Mass.: Tau Beta Sigma; Gator Band; Honorary Band Sorority, Sec.; UF Symphony Orchestra; WSA; Hall Council; Bachman Band Scholarship; Orientation Leader. MARC ARONSON-Miami, Fla.: Sigma Pi Sigma; MAA; Alpha Phi Omega; SFEA. ROBERT D. ASKREN-Daytona Beach, Fla.: Delta Upsilon, Chaplain: Greek Council, Pres.; Lyceum Council; URA.
MARSHA ANN AYERS-Tampa, Fla.: Kappa Delta Pi; Rawlings Dorm, Pres., Welcome Week Chin.


JULIE ANNETTE BAKER-St. Petersburg, Fla.: Alpha Dela i:Homecoming Princess; Hostess Comm. YVONNE BALASKAS-Tarpon Springs, Fla. 4406 ANGELA LUCY BALASSO-St. Petersburg, Fla.

JOHN WALTER BARRETT-Gainesville, Fla. JANNIE BATAYIAS-Savannah, Ga. RAMOD'A MARY BAUM-Jacksonville, Fla.: FEA; Gator Si Club; Hostess Comm.; Newman Club. PHILIP A. BELL-Jacksonville, Fla.: Coop Living Organization, Board of Directors. JOANN WOOD BENTE-Gainesville, Fla.: Chi Omega: Lyceum Council, Sec.; Fla. Union Comm., Sec. JEAN MELISSA BLANK-Lake Worth, Fla. ELEANOR E. CUMMINGS-Gainesville, Fla.
JACK RICHARD BOHANNON-St. Petersburg, Fla. CAROLYN ANN DANIELSON-Coconut Grove, Fla.:
PEGGY ALICE BOYD-Graceville, Fla.: Alpha Delta SFEA, Treas.
Pi, Treas., Rush Chm., Vice Pres.: Alpha Lambda Delta; Kappa Delta Pi; Mortar Board; Legislative Council. JOHN REED BUCKLEY-Miami Springs, Fla. J. SIBLEY BURGOYNE-Atlanta, Ga.: Delta Delta Delta: Zeta Phi Eta; WSA; Fla. Blue Key Speaker; Panhellenic Council.
FRANCES LEE BURTON-Hollywood, Fla.: SFEA; NEA; Gator Ski Club.
SARAH BARFIELD CARTER-Ft. Myers, Fla.: SFEA; NEA; Order of Eastern Star. JULIE PEARL CHEVES-Gainesville, Fla.: Order of E !
Athena, Treas.; Order of Diana, Sec.; Swim Fins, Director; NBEA; WOC.
BARBARA ANN COHEN-Glen Cove, N. Y. CAROL CONSER-Coral Gables, Fla.: Alpha Delta Pi, Exec. Council, Standards Chm., Pres. Pledge Class: Fla. Union Hostess Comm.; Orientation Group Leader. CAROLYN LEE COOK-Gainesville, Fla.: SFEA;
WOC.
LEONARD ANTHONY COOPER-Miami, Fla. DIANE LESLIE CRAMER-Miami Beach, Fla.: Hillel Foundation, Corr. Sec.; Broward Hall Council.
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ELIZABETH DA ROSA-New Smyrna Beach, Fla.: University Choir.
EVELYN VIRGINIA DAVIS-Ocala, Fla.: Zeta Phi Eta. PHOEBE ANITA DELLERSON-Hollywood, Fla.: Reid Hall, Soc. Chm., Outstanding Service Award. LAURENCE S. DIRECTOR-Jacksonville, Fla.: Sigma Alpha Eta; Fla. Players; Apprentice Players, Pres. SANDRA JOAN DUNBAR-Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. KAREN JOSEPHINE EILERS-Maramar, Fla.: Mortar Board; Pres.; Phi Alpha Theta; Tau Beta Sigma, Pres.; Who's Who; WSA, Pres., Vice Pres.; Judiciary Council; k... .. Legislative Council; Symphonic Band; Concert Band, Marching Band.
CECILE ELLEN EISENBERG-Orlando, Fla.: Hillel Foundation; SFT.
SUSAN STILLER FEISS-Miami, Fla. CAROLE JUDITH FRANK-Atlanta, Ga.: SFEA; NEA; Gator Ski Club; Broward Hall Council; Broward Outstanding Service Award; WSA Award; Religion-inLife Week. WILLIAM T.. GORMAN-Syracuse, N. Y.: Chi Phi,
Sec.: Honor Court Justice.
JULIA S. FREEMAN-Savannah, Tenn.: Kappa Alpha ALICE A. GRAMLICH-St. Petersburg, Fla.: Alpha
Theta, Pres., colonizer. LaCE a.
Lambda Delta.
SANDRA B. GECHTMAN-Opalocka, Fla., SFEA; RICHARD HARRISON GROSS-Lake Worth, Fla.:
Broward Hall Council; WSA. Alpha Gamma Rho: Legislative Council.
FRANCES ANN GEORGE-St. Petersburg, Fla.
GAYLE JOANNE GROSSMAN-Lake Worth, Fla.:
Kappa Delta Pi; FEA; NEA. MARY ANN HARRINGTON-Eustis, Fla. CAROLE HAUPT-Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. JOANN L. HEGLER-Melbourne, Fla. JANE PHILLIPS HELMAN-St. Petersburg, Fla.: Alpha Delta Pi.
PAUL MAYNARD HENDRICK-Jasper, Fla.: Fla.
Blue Key; Student Body, Treas., Pres.; Who's Who; Young Democrats, Pres.; President's Distinguished Academic Award; Fla. Union Board, Director; U.S. Representative, World's Fair in India. VIRGINIA CAROL HENLEY-Miami, Fla.: Delta Delta Delta.
SUSANNE JEVENS HOLLIS-Palm Beach, Fla.

PATRICIA BLAIR HUGGINS-Ft. Pierce, Fla.: Phi Mu, Pres.
ELIZABETH DIANE JENKINS-Key West, Fla.:
SFEA.

JULIAN ROBERT JOHNSON-Jacksonville, Fla.:
7 .Delta Upsilon, Vice Pres., Sec.: IFC; Scabbard and Blade.
LESLEY REGINA JOHNSON-Gainesville, Fla.: Alpha Chi Omega: Singing Sweeethearts. MARGARET ANN JONES-Ocala, Fla.

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JACQUELYN ANN JORDAN-Palatka, Fla.: SFEA; Yulee Hall Council.
LINDA SUSAN KAMINS-Flushing, N. Y.: SFEA; Jennings Hall Council; Hillel Foundation. CAROLYN JOYCE KAPNER-Coral Gables, Fla.:
Alpha Epsilon Phi: Lyceum Council, Vice Pres.; Varsity Cheerleader; Fla. Blue Key Speaker; Orientation Group Leader; Religion-in-Life Week; Fine Arts Comm.; Dean's List.

DORIS DEBBY KAUFMAN-Pass-A-Grille, Fla.: Swim Fins; Fla. Players.
SANDRA COGBURN KEELER-Gainesville, Fla.:
Kappa Delta.
ELIZABETH W. KELLER Stuart, Fla.: Wesley
Foundation.
BARBARA ANN MARY KELLY-St. Petersburg, Fla.: Sigma Kappa: Rawlings, Sec.; Hall Council. LYNN CECILIA LABAUVE-Jacksonville, Fla.: University Symphony; Newman Club. BARBARA ANN KING-Jacksonville, Fla.: Delta
Delta Delta, Vice Pres.
MARTHA MARIE LAWTONBARBARA JEAN KINGRY-Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. JOYCE LAZZARA-Tampa, Fla. LESLIE JEANNE KIRKLAND-Riviera Beach, Fla.:

GERMAINE PAULA LEONHARDT-Daytona Beach, SFEA.
Fla. LINDA RUTH KOSOFSKY-N. Miami Beach, Fla.:
SANDRA SUE LIEB-Naples, Fla.: Sigma Alpha Eta; Order of Athena, Corr. Sec.; Fla. Union Comm.
Fla. Blue Key Speaker; Hall Council Pres.; Resident ANNETTE MAY KRAUT-St. Petersburg, Fla.: Phi Ass't. Alpha Theta; Yulee Area Honor Council; Reid Hall
CAROL ANN LINGER-St. Petersburg, Fla.: Delta Council.
Gamma: Phi Sigma; Alligator, Office Mgr. SANDRA FERN LLEWELLYN-Jacksonville, Fla. JAMES DENNIS LUZZO-Hialeah, Fla. CONSTANCE S. MACK-High Springs, Fla.: Chi
Omega.
PATRICIA ANN MCCULLOUGH-Miami, Fla.: Zeta Phi Eta; WSA, Jr. Class Rep.; Reid Hall Pres.; Legislative Council; Faculty Comm. on Student Housing. SARAH ELIZABETH MCDOUGALD-Pompano Beach, Fla.: Zeta Tau Alpha; Panhellenic Council; Hostess Comm.; Legislative Council.
MILDRED OZMORE MERTZ-Green Cove Springs, Fla.
GLEN LEVEY MONROE-Jacksonville, Fla.: Sigma Phi Epsilon: Pi Mu; SFEA; NEA; University Choir, Vice Pres.
JUDITH F. MONTGOMERY-Sarasota, Fla.: Chi Omega, Sec.: Lyceum Council. BONITA KAY MORLAN-Eau Gallie, Fla.: Alpha Omicron Pi: Zeta Phi Eta; Fla. Players; Women's Glee Club; Singing Sweethearts; Apprentice Players; Fla. Blue Key Homecoming Hostess.
CAROLE DIANE NELSON-Winter Park, Fla.: Alpha Omicron Pi, Rush Chm.

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VANDA MARIE NIGELS-Dunedin, Fla.: Gator Sailing Club, Treas.; Young Democrats; Hall Council. SARA CONANT OSTROM-Atlanta, Ga.: Kappa
Delta, Chaplin: Greek Council, Vice Pres.; Rifle Team; Gator Growl; Belle Corps; Little Sisters of Minerva. MARY LOUISE PANKOWSKI-Oneco, Fla.: Phi Alpha Theta: Alpha Lambda Delta; Kappa Delta Pi; Ford Foundation Masters Prog.; Orientation Group Leader; Hall Council, Sec.; J. Hillis Miller Scholarship. LYNNE JANEAN PANTHER-St. Petersburg, Fla. ROSE MARIE PARHAM-Green Cove Springs, Fla.: Alpha Omicron Pi: Alligator, Office Mgr.; University Religious Assoc., Sec.; Greek Council. ELIZABETH LOUISE PASTORE-St. Augustine, Fla.: SFEA.
PHYLLIS EMMALINE PENCE-Stuart, Fla. CELESTE ANN SANCHEZ-Tampa, Fla.: ALICE PATRICIA POWERS-Gainesville, Fla.
NIEDA K. SANFORD-Gainesville, Fla.: Dean's List; GERTRUDE A. PREVATT-Hawthorne, Fla.: Dean's
Distinguished Award. List; Chi Phi Sweetheart.
JOHN FREDERICK SANTUCCI-N. Miami Beach, NATALIE ROSANN RAGONE-Hollywood, Fla.: Glee
Fla. Club; Alligator staff.
LINDA ELLEN SCHAPIRO-Mt. Vernon, N. Y.: Alpha JAN MARIE REEL-Vero Beach, Fla.: Delta Delta
Epsilon Phi, Corr. Sec.: Tennis Club; Lyceum Council Delta, Treas.: WSA; Little Sisters of Minerva. Usher; Hostess Comm. Fla. Union; Hillel Foundation.
ANN REYNOLDS-Gainesville, Fla.: SREA. DEBORAH ANN SCHWARTZ-Bronx, N. Y.: Alpha PHYLLIS ELAINE ROTH-Gainesville, Fla.
Epsilon Phi, Soc. Chin.: FEA, Sec.; Orientation Leader; Hall Council. STEVEN MARC ROTH-Gainesville, Fla.: Alpha
KATHLEEN W. SEIVERT-Jacksonville, Fla. Epsilon Pi.
KATHLEEN LEIGH RYAN-Ocala, Fla.: Sigma KapLINDA GAYLE SELLERS-Pahokee, Fla.: Order of pa, Chaplain: Greek Council. Athena, Treas.; WSA Award; Yulee Hall Council, Pres.; University Choir; FEA; Yulee Service Award. NANCY ELLEN SHEA-Coral Gables, Fla.: Kappa Delta, hist.: Alpha Lambda Delta Kappa Delta Pi; Fla. Union Hostess Comm.; Newman Club. CYNTHIA JEAN SIPES-Ft. Thomas, Ky.: Alpha Chi Omega, Vice Pres.: Rawlings Hall, Treas.; Gator Ski Club.
MARY LOUISE SMITH-Ocala, Fla.: Delta Delta Delta. SANDRA JEAN SMITH-Miami, Fla.: Chi Omega, Pres.: Mortar Board, Vice Pres.; Judiciary Comm., Sec.; URA, Treas. Q M..
WARREN A. SMITH, JR.-Hialeah, Fla.: Phi Gamma Delta: Scabbard and Blade, Gun Crew; Distinguished Military Student; IRE; NCTM; Legislative Council; Budget and Finance Comm.; Fla. Union Board of Student Act; Peace Corps Selectee; Orientation Staff; 'I
Fla. Blue Key; Gator Growl Staff. FRED S. SNYDER-Merrick Long Island, N. Y.: Sigma Delta Chi; Alligator, Summer Mg. Ed., Features Ed., Amusements Ed., Ed. Ass't.; Orange Peel staff; Fine Arts Comm., Summer Chm.; Fla. Union Board, Pub. Comm.; SEMINOLE staff.

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LINDA KAYE SOUTHER-Ocala, Fla. SALLIE MARIE SPENCER-Poughkeepsie, N. Y.: Alpha Chi Omega: Cheerleader; Pi Kappa Alpha and Sigma Nu Sweetheart Courts; Orientation Group ]Leader; Orchesis.
. BONNIE SHARON SPICOLA-Tampa, Fla.

CHERRY WEAKLEY STAAB-Gainesville, Fla.: Gator Band.
EDITH MARIE STECHLER-St. Petersburg, Fla. ELLEN ANNE STEEHLER-St. Petersburg, Fla. ARLEEN JOYCE STONE-Lockhart, Fla. MARGARET TARGETT STUEBE-Gainesville, Fla. CAROL EVALYN TATE-Englewood, Fla.: Alpha Delta Pi: Fla. Blue Key Speaker; Phi Chi Theta; Kappa Alpha Rose.

NANCY JANE TAUBER-Miami, Fla.: Alpha Epsilon Phi, Treas.: Hall Council; ISO. BEVERLY ANN THOMAS-Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.: Zeta Phi Eta, Pres.; Fla. Players. ELIZABETH ANNE TURMAIL-Boca Raton, Fla.: Kappa Delta: Little Sisters of Minerva; Orientation Group Leader; Freshman Council.


WILLIAM RICHARD WAGNER-Scarsdale, N. Y.: Alpha Epsilon Pi: Phi Alpha Theta; UF Band; Dean's List.
LINDSAY ELWELL WATSON-Augusta, Me.: SFEA. LEANORA MICHELE WEANER-Miami Beach, Fla.: Delta Phi Epsilon, Chapter Ed.: SFEA; Broward Hall Council; WSA Service Award; SEMINOLE staff. DAWN JOANNE WESSON-St. Petersburg, Fla. HARVEY SHELDON WEIN-N. Miami Beach, Fla. LAURA KAY WHITICAR-Stuart, Fla.: Phi Mu, Vice Pres.: Hall-Council, Vice Pres. BETTY ANN WIGELSWORTH-Live Oak, Fla. DIANE SHEA WILLIAMS-Gainesville, Fla.: Zeta Tau Alpha.
ELAINE JEAN WILLIAMS-Tampa, Fla.: Women's Glee Club.
JUSTINE WRIGHT-Hollywood, Fla. MARCIA LOU WYLIE-Hollywood, Fla.: Kappa Delta Pi.
PAULA JEAN WYMAN-Keystone Heights, Fla. JOHN EARLE YOUNG-Atlantic Beach, Fla.: Sec. of Academic Affairs; Traffic Court Justice; Tolbert Council, Pres.; Westminister Fellowship, Vice Pres.; ISO, Vice Pres.; Board of International Act, Treas.; SUSGA and NSA delegate; Fla. Blue Key Speaker's Bureau; FUND, Chm.

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The engineer of today is the man who makes N" 1,
realities of dreams. It is through his ingenuity that the fl
findings of science are turned into functioning units.
The primary purpose of the College of Engineering is to train students to become engineers in the everchanging environment of the profession. The school offers a five year program leading to a Bachelor of Engineering and a Bachelor of Arts degree.
Especially important in the undergraduate area is the number of research programs being conducted within the College. Students are given many opportunities to come in close contact with various aspects of this program.
The Experimental Station serves as the research arm of the school. It functions primarily as a laboratory for Florida industry, particularly the smaller industries which cannot afford extensive facilities of their own.
The College of Engineering offers degrees in the following fields: aerospace, agricultural, chemical, civil, electrical, engineering sciences, industrial, mechanical, and metallurgical engineering.
Areas of research being conducted at the College include weather tracking, spectroscopy, erosion, and various facets of electronic engineering.
Dean J. Weil serves as director of the School of Engineering.

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JOSEPH SCARLETT ALEXANDER-Clearwater, Fla.: Sigma Nu: Am. Institute Industrial Engineers; Arnold Air Society; AFROTC, Operations Officer. CLAUDE E. BAGWELL-Jacksonville, Fla. SAMUEL C. BAINS-Gainesville, Fla.: Tau Beta Pi; Rayoneir Scholarship; High Honors. RICHARD KENT BALLENTINE-St. Petersburg, Fla.: Sigma Alpha Epsilon: ASCE; Dean's List.

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GEORGE MAYNARD BANDY-Augusta, Ga.: ASME; GES; FES; Dean's List; President's List; Flavet II Commission.
RONALD CURTIS BARRETT-Lakeland, Fla.: Gamma Beta Pi, hist.; Phi Eta Sigma; University Band. WILLARD DAVID BEALE-Miami, Fla.: IEEE; BES; Baptist Student Union, Exec. Council; Dean's List. GEORGE LEE BORING-St. Petersburg, Fla.: Dean's List; President's List.
THOMAS CLARENCE BRESKE-Madeira Beach, Fla.: ALCHE.

DAVID LEE BRETON-Bartow, Fla.: Sigma Tau. BROOKS C. BRIDGES-Stuart, Fla. BERNARD B. BURKLUND-Gainesville, Fla.: Sigma Tau, Vice Pres.; Dean's List. SAM CANNELLA-Limona, Fla.: Delta Chi, Treas., Sec.: ASME; SAE; FES; BES. WILLIAM MALCOLM COHEN- Miami, Fla.: Pi
Lambda Phi, Sr.-At-Large, Alumni Chm.: Sigma Tau; HARLAN RUSSELL CARROLL-West Palm Beach, Alpha Chi Sigma. Fla.: ASME.
RICHARD CLINTON CONCKLIN-Staten Island, JIMMY EVERETT CHANDLER-Ormond Beach, Fla.:
N. Y. AIChe, Hume Hall Council. IRE.
JAMES HAROLD CRAWFORD- Marianna, Fla.: ALAN MARSH CHEDESTER-Alexandria, Va.: Theta
ASCE. Chi: Phi Kappa Phi; Tau Beta Pi; Eta Kappa Nu.
WILLIAM MARSHALL CULLEN-Palm Harbor, Fla.. RICHARD PHILIP DAWES-Jacksonville, Fla.: DuPont Scholarship.
CHARLES H. DICKSON-Sneads, Fla.: ASME. JAIME DRACHMAN-Miami Beach, Fla.: ASCE; ISO; Dean's List.
GEORGE MICHAEL DRAGNER-Lake Worth, Fla.: Tau Beta Pi; Sigma Tau; Sigma Pi Sigma; IRE; Dean's List; President's List; Honor Student. BIRTIES RAY DUNFORD-Gainesville, Fla.: AIIE; BES.
DONALD HOWARD ESRY-Gainesville, Fla.: ASCE; Dean's List; Advanced ROTC. ANDREW JOSEPH EVANS, JR.-Gainesville, Fla.: AIAA, Treas., Sec.; BEC; Dean's List. JAMES W. FAIRCHILD-Lake Hamilton, Fla.: Kappa Kappa Psi, Pres.; ASME; BES; University Band. EDWARD JOSE FERNANDEZ-Tampa, Fla.: AIChE. WILLIAM RICHARD FERSON-Gainesville, Fla.:
IRE; Flavet I, Mayor, Commissioner; Mayor's Council, Exec. Sec.; Dean's List.
RAYMOND WILLIAM FIDLER-Hialeah, Fla.: Dean's List.
ROBERT ENGLISH FIELD, JR.-Gainesville, Fla.:
lAS; BES, Treas.; BEC; Foreign Student Sponsor; Dean's List.

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ERNEST GEORGE FIGUEREDO-Tampa, Fla.: AIIE, Treas.
LARRY OWEN FORD, JR.-Miami, Fla.: Sigma Nu: IAS, Treas. DAVID I. FRITZ-Orlando, Fla.: Phi Mu Alpha; Gamma Delta, Pres.; AIEE; IRE. DANIEL CHRISTOPHER GIONET-St. Petersburg Beach, Fla.: IEE.
ROBERT LEWIS GOODMARK-West Palm Beach, Fla.: Alpha Epsilon Pi: AIChE, Comm. and Fair Projects Chm.; ARS, Pres., Sec. JOHN LOCKWOOD GUERRY-Pahokee, Fla.: Lambda Chi Alpha.
MAUNG AUNG GYI-Rangoon, Burma. GERALD WATSON HAILEY-New York, N. Y.:
Scabbard and Blade; AIIE; BES; AROTC Drill Team Commander.
RICHARD JOSEPH HARTMAN-Clearwater, Fla.: JAMES WILLIAM HOE-Middlesboro, Ky.: Delta Tau
Beta Theta Pi: Dean's List. Delta.
RHETT SLOAN HENSLEY-Key West, Fla. WALTER EDWARD HOGAN-Pompano Beach, Fla.
JOE DEMPSEY HIGH-Sanford, Fla.: AIEE. RICHARD ARNOLD HOLT-Miami, Fla.: Pi Kappa
WILLIAM E. HILL-Pompano Beach, Fla.: ASCE. Phi: ASCE.
CLAUDE MARION JONES-Zellwood, Fla.: Beta Theta Pi: AIEE; IRE; AOC; Advanced ROTC. TOMMY ROGERS KELLEY-Birmingham, Ala.: Alpha Tau Omega, Laste Krewe, Vice Pres.: Varsity Football; "F" Club, Treas.; FCA, Pres. JAMES CAMPBELL KEY, JR.-Miami, Fla.: Sigma Tau; Arnold Air Society.
CHAU VAN KHE-Gainesville, Fla.: Phi Eta Sigma; Sigma Tau; Tau Beta Pi.
FRANK WILLIAM KING III-Pensacola, Fla.: Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Laste Krewe; Sigma Tau; Arnold Air Society, Pres.; AFROTC, Cadet Wing Commander; Rayonier Scholarship.
ROBERT BRUCE KOENIG-Palm Beach, Fla.: Engineering Fair; Summer Musical Productions. JAMES WILLIAM KRONMILLER-Gainesville, Fla.: AIEE; Arnold Air Society; Advanced Officers Club; David S. Whitmore Award.
WILLIAM PRESTON LANHAM-Gainesville, Fla. JACK EUGENE LEMONS-Gainesville, Fla.: BES; AIME, Pres.; ASME; FES; Judo Club. JACK LEWIS LETTIERI-Miami, Fla. A. B. LOCKSTEAD-Gainesville, Fla.: BEC, Vice Pres.; ASME; SAE.
LINZ ALBRO LORD-Miami, Fla.: IRE. DONALD ALEXANDER MACLANAHAN, JR.-Lake Worth, Fla.: IAS; AIAA; Swimming Team.

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MICHAEL JOSEPH MALARKEY-Miami, Fla.: ASCE. LELAND E. MARSH-Gainesville, Fla.: Sigma Tau. ROBERT KENT MASTERSON Clearwater, Fla.: Rouge Scholarship; UF Scholarship. BARRY JOSEPH MESSERSMITH- New Smyrna Beach, Fla.: IEEE, Pub. Chm. GARY E. C. MINNS-Gainesville, Fla. MALCOLM CUYLER MINOR-St. Petersburg, Fla.: Society of Mechanical Engineers; Dean's List. EMILE L. MUNCH-Gainesville, Fla.: Phi Theta Kappa; IAS Sec.; Vice Chin.
RONALD OLIVER NOE-Gainesville, Fla.: ASCE; Gator Amateur Radio Club. JAMES ARTHUR-MCCABE-Largo, Fla.: ARS; IAS. GEORGE B. MCCLELLAN-Jacksonville, Fla.: IRE. ROBERT PAUL MCDONOUGH-Saegertown, Penn.: AIEE; IRE; Young Republican Club; Fla. Union Board of Student Act.
CARLOS RAFAEL NUNEZ-Tampico, Mexico; AISC; SAM HARRY MACK-Tarpon Springs, Fla.: Sigma
Soccer Club. Nu: AIIE; Varsity Football.
RICHARD HUMMEL OGLE-Cocoa Beach, Fla.: Phi Gamma Delta.
THOMAS ALBERT PAINE-Gainesville, Fla.: Dean's List; IRE.
CHARLES HENERY PATTERSON-San Diego, Calif.: ASCE.
WALTER DANIEL PATTON-Gainesville, Fla.: ASME; Chm. and Vice Chin.; Flavet II, Mayor, Chm. Mayor's Council.
FRED H. PAULI-West Hollywood, Fla.: IEEE; Dean's List.
CARL B. PEEBLES-Jacksonville, Fla. JACK NORRIS PEEBLES, JR.-Gainesville, Fla.: IRE. ADALBERTO A. PEREZ-Pahokee, Fla. JAMES JOSEPH PHILLIPS-Miami Springs, Fla.: Theta Chi.
JAMES EARL PRESTON-Panama City, Fla.: ASME; Gator Band Treas.; Dean's List; Sec. Adv. JERRY CLINTON RAWLINS-Gainesville, Fla.: Sigma Phi Epsilon; AAS; AFROTC; ASME; Dean's List. ROBERT LESTER ROGERS-Jacksonville, Fla.: ASCE; Dean's List.
EDUARDO JUAN RUBIERA-Lima, Peru: AIIE;
Latin American Club.
MITCHELL ALPHONCE SALVANT, JR.-St. Petersburg, Fla.: AIEE.
ALBERT DANIEL SCHMIDT-Vero Beach, Fla.:
AIAA; BEC; IAS, Chm.; Dean's List.

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DONALD PAUL SCHROPE-Jacksonville, Fla.: IEEE. JAMES EDGAR SEARCY-Jacksonville, Fla.: Phi
Delta Theta; AIIE; BES; BEC. ATIF SHADID-Merj' oyoun, Lebanon. JAMES SCOTT SHAW-St. Petersburg, Fla.: Tau Beta Phi; Sigma Tau; ASME; Dean's List; Pres. List. WALTER W. SHELTZ, JR.-Miami, Fla.: Pi Kappa Phi, Pres.; IAS; Dean's List. SEPPO ILMARI SILLAN-Lake Worth, Fla.: Sigma Tau; Tau Beta Pi; ASCE.
ROBERT E. SIMS-Riviera Beach, Fla.: Sigma Tau; SAE; ASME.
RONALD FRANCIS SINGLETON-Key West, Fla.: Pi Kappa Phi: IEEE.

GEORGE WILLIAM SMITH II-Tampa, Fla: Georgia Seagle Coop. P
JAMES FRANKLIN SMITH-Gainesville, Fla.: AIIE, JAMES EDWIN SOLOMON-Miami, Fla.: ASME,
Vice Pres.; BES. Vice Chm.
ROBERT WOOD SNIFFEN-N. Miami, Fla.: Sigma JACK LESTER STOTSKY-Sanford, Fla.: AIIE;
Tau; Men's Pres. Council, Chm.; Murphree Area Halls BES; Wall Street Journal Achievement Award. Council, Pres.; IRE, Sec.; Orientation Leader.
BILLY WAYNE SURLES-Tallahassee, Fla.: AIEE; Georgia Seagle Hall, Sec.
REEZIN H. SWILLEY-Ocala, Fla.: Tau Beta Pi; Sigma Tau; Honor Student; Dean's List; President's List; IEEE; BES.
JOHN B. TAYLOR-Clearwater, Fla.: Tau Beta Pi, Rec. Sec.; Douglas Award; IRE; IEEE; Sec. Adv.; Dean's List; President's Citation.

WILLIAM R. H. TISDALE-Winter Haven, Fla.: Delta Chi, Vice Pres., Pledge Trainer, Corr. Sec.: Phi Eta Sigma; IEEE.
YI TUNG-Coral Gables, Fla. BRUCE GILBERT TYNDALL-Gainesville, Fla.: IRE. VAINO USKI-St. Petersburg, Fla.: Chi Phi: Fla. Engineer, Adv. Mgr.; Dorm Council; Orientation Group Leader; Sec. Adv.; AIIE; Foreign Student Adv. JESSEE FAR#LEY WARREN III-Tallahassee, Fla.: Dean's List.
HAROLD ARTHUR WAYNE, JR.-Ft. Lauderdale,
Fla.: Theta Chi: IEEE; Sec. Adv. CURTIS CLARK WHITNEY-Miami, Fla.: Tau Beta Pi, Rec. Sec.; Sigma Tau; IEEE; Dean's List; President's List; High Honors.
JOE DENNY WILLS-Largo, Fla. LEON JOSEPH WITMAN-Tampa, Fla. V FREDERICK R. A. ZEISS-Gainesville, Fla.: Tau Beta
Pi; RCA Scholarship; IEEE; High Honors. DANIEL C. ZOLLER-Gainesville, Fla.: Phi Delta Theta: ASCE; Dean's List.
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Research that Dr. Goddard does helps to keep the Forestry School up to date on the latest advancements in industry.



When most people think of summer camps, they are reminded of good times or of making money as a counselor; however, in the College of Forestry, summer camp means a learning program involving practical experience in forestry and wildlife management.
Another facility that affords foresters practical experience is the Austin Carey Forest which is located thirteen miles from the University. Providing indoor experimentation, the Wood Laboratory has a large amount of equipment for wood preservation and timber testing.
In cooperation with the Agricultural Experiment Station, the foresters study the effects of land clearing on game population, how special seasoning accelerates lumber products, as in cross-ties, and the ways to




Scientif ic Forestry


produce a better type of wood through genetic mutations.
The Forest Club, another feature of the college, is open not only to students of the college, but also to other interested students and the faculty. Its functions are to bring various speakers to the campus and to study ell the problems of forestry. The club also participates in
the Agricultural Fair and the Conclave of Forestry Schools.
The College of Forestry offers a Bachelor of Science in forestry. It encourages study in these three areas: wood utilization, game management, and forest management. The college emphasizes the fact that students Even the study of the should think pragmatically when applying the scientific
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WILLIAM ANTHONY BYRD-Panama City, Fla.: Society of American Foresters; Forestry Club. JOE WILLIAM DAVIS-Madison, Florida. ROGER LEE EUBANKS-Crawfordville, Fla.: Society of American Foresters; St. Regis Forestry Scholarship; Forestry Club, Pres., parli.

ROBERT HUGHEY-Madison, Fla.: Forestry Club; Society of American Foresters. JAMES JEFF LEWIS-Inverness, Fla.: Forestry Club; Society of American Foresters. BRUCE ELLIOTT MOCK-Gainesville, Fla.: Phi Kappa Tau: Forestry Club; Society of American Foresters. ALFRED GORDON SPRAITT-St. Petersburg, Fla.: Xi Sigma Pi: Wildlife Society; Society of American Foresters; Alpha Nu Award; Forestry Club, Pres.




















































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Occupational therapy trains handicapped people and prepares them for a successful life in the vocational world,



The youngest college at the University of Florida is the small but growing College of Health Related Services, located in the J. Hillis Miller Health Center. This college offers its one-hundred and two students degrees in occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, Medical Technology, and a Master's Degree in Rehabilitation Counseling.
The enrollment must be limited to approximately one-hundred and twenty students so that each student may have adequate experience working in the laboratory space available and in working with the patients. The college has 27 professors, who teach only the health related services. This student-teacher ratio enables each student to receive individual attention.
Plans are being considered to expand the program of the college to include a graduate course in hospital administration and perhaps courses in X-ray technology 2L and medical records.




Health-Related Study

Having come to the University of Florida from A young patient recovers Teacher's College in Newark, New Jersey, Dean Darrel from a heart operation. J. Mase has been head of the college since its beginning five years ago. He is now serving on President Kennedy's committee for the study of mental retardation. Last April Dean Mase with the committee visited the Scandinavian countries and studied the various A small boy is helped by a methods employed there of research and therapy for student in speech therapy. the mentally retarded.

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MARY BOWEN-Fort Lauderdale, Fla. VIRGINIA KAY DAVIS-Gainesville, Fla.: Mortar Board; N. W. Broward Council, Pres., Soc. Chm. Welcome Week Chm. PT Club, Treas. LUISE DOUBLEDAY-St. Petersburg, Fla.: Student Occupational Therapy Assoc.; Swim Fins. SUSAN DRUE-Palm Beach, Fla.: Alpha Epsilon Phi, Vice Pres.: Mortar Board; Alpha Lambda Delta; Panhellenic Council, Vice Pres.













BARBARA ELLEN GIBSON-St. Petersburg, Fla.:
Student Occupational Therapy Assoc.; University Choir; Orientation Leader.
BEVERLY CLAIRE HAZEKAMP-Laurel, Fla.: Lambda Tau.
JUDITH ARLENE JUDSON-Fort Lauderdale, Fla.: Zeta Tau Alpha: Student Occupational Therapy Club, Sec.-Treas.; Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship, Sec.Treas.
KAREN LEE KUHNS-Gainesville, Fla. ELIZABETH ANN MACKIE-Largo, Fla.: Lambda Tau. BARBARA JEAN McLAUGHLIN-Miami, Fla. NANCY JO MIDDLETON-Ocala, Fla.: Lambda Tau. NORMA GAIL NORRIS-St. Petersburg, Fla.: Alpha Lambda Delta: Lambda Tau. MARGARET LYNN PALMER-Orlando, Fla.: Sigma Kappa, intramurals; Physical Therapy Club; Hall
Council; Ski Club; Swim Fins; Aqua Gators. HARRIETT K. PAWLIGER-Miami, Fla.: Student
Occupational Therapy Assoc.; Sec.-Treas.; Program Chairman.
JUDITH ANN SCHAF-St. Petersburg, Fla.: Rawlins Hall, Pres., Vice Pres. WSA rep.; Dean's List; Lambda Tau, Treas. Student Assistant; Fla. Union Special Projects Comm.; Student Health Comm. MARIA JOHANNA SCHOEMAKERS-Daytona Beach, Fla.: Lambda Tau, Sec.
PATRICIA LEIGH STROHM-Homestead, Fla.: Phi Mu, House Manager; Registrar. GARY WAYNE WATSON-Wildwood, Fla.: Theta Chi: Physical Therapy, Club Pres.; Pi Mu Pre-Professional Club.

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Medical students often spend their class periods presenting problems which individuals have thoroughly researched.




Medicine

The College of Medicine, using all seven stories in the north wing of the J. Hillis Miller Health Center and four million dollars worth of equipment, teaches, heals, and also does research.
There are one-hundred and ninety-three students in Medicine, including only those aspiring doctors who are working toward an MD degree. Annual enrollment must be limited to approximately 54 new students, so that the laboratory space will accommodate everyone. There is no shortage of patients, however, since the Toe
college keeps three-hundred beds filled to 80 per cent capacity.
This year they received the largest grant ever given to the University of Florida, a grant of over 2 million dollars for research done by faculty members.
Besides the MD curriculum, the college offers a PhD dejzree in several medical sciences, such as anatomy and microbiology,
Dean of the college is Dr. George Thomas Harrell, Jr. He came to the University of Florida from Duke University in Durham, North Carolina, where he was an instructor in medicine.


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JOE UMBERTO LEVI-Miami, Fla.: Sigma Tau Sigma; Pi Mu; AED.
TERRY DAVID NEUMASTER-Bradenton; Fla.: Pi Mu; AES; Aqua Gators, Pres., Treas. DAVID FREDRIC PAWLIGER-Miami, Fla.: Tau Beta Pi; CV Mosby Award. RONALD C. PRATI-N. Miami, Fla.: Beta Theta Pi: Alpha Epsilon Delta; Phi Eta Sigma; Honor Court Justice; Fla. Blue Key Speaker's Bureau.
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A growing population and expanding health services have created an unprecedented demand for nurses, even though there are now more nurses and more students of nursing than ever before.
The University of Florida College of Nursing offers an 8-trimester program leading to a Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing. This program combines studies in the University with professional training in nursing at the J. Hillis Miller Health Center Teaching Hospital and Clinic. Such a curriculum prepares students as entrants to the nursing profession, by teaching them the skills and knowledge to become expert practitioners through practical education, and motivation.
The most effective professional nurse is one who in her profession can convey to the most persons the feeling that each is understood, accepted, and supported. At the same time the nurse should be a participant and recipient of a scientifically based nursing service. This is the philosophical framework on which the College is built.
Enrollment this year totaled 293, with the bulk of the students coming from the central and west coast areas of Florida.
Dean Dorothy Smith came to the College of Nursing in 1956, from Duke University, where she held the position of Director of Nursing Education. She has also served as Consultant for the League for Nursing in New York City; and holds membership in the National League for Nursing and American Association
ROSLYN JUNE ABRAMS-Lakeland, Fla.: Delta Phi of Professors.
Epsilon.
MARIA ELENA ADAMS-Jacksonville, Fla.: Kappa Delta.
JEANETTE BOMSTAD-Jacksonville, Fla.: Alpha Lambda Delta: BSU, Exec. Council. REBECCA PERRY BRANDON-Jacksonville, Fla.: Delta Gamma.
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PATRICIA ANN CRAWFORD-West Palm Beach,
Fla.: Delta Gamma, Vice Pres.: Orientation Leader. CAROLYN JANE DASHER-Savannah, Ga.: Phi Mu, Pledge Director; Dean's List; Student Nurse Association. JOAN CATHERINE DODGE-St. Petersburg, Fla.:
Delta Delta Delta: University Choir, Sec.; Student Nurses Association.
MARIAN JEAN DOLIVE-Deland, Fla.: Alpha Delta Pi: Mortar Board; Who's Who; Orientation staff;
Panhellenic Council.
PENELOPE LOUISE DOWNS Gainesville, Fla.:
Student Nurses Association; Rawlings Hall Council, Sec.
SUSAN ANN ENGLE-Tampa, Fla.: Alpha Chi Omega, Vice Pres., Rush Chin.: Student Nurses Association, See.
ROSEMARY STONE FRANCIS-Gainesville, Fla.:
Kappa Alpha Theta: Student Nurses Association. LYNDA BALL GOURLIE-Tampa, Fla.: Broward
Council, Social Chm., Program Chm. CAROL HOPE HAND-Bonifay, Fla. PATRICIA LANE HIMALSTEIN-St. Petersburg, Fla.: ARLENE LABAW-Deland, Fla.: Phi Mu, Standards Alpha Delta Pi, Social Chm. Florida Union Comm.;
Chm.: Student Nurses Association: Dean's List. Orientation Leader.
FLORENCE NATALIE MARONEK-Miami Beach, BARBARA ANN KEMP-Miami, Fla.: Mallory Hall
Fla.: Alpha Epsilon Phi. Council, Treas., Sec., Vice Pres.; Student Nurses AssoSONDRA RAE MILLER-Grafton, Iowa: Dean's List. citation; Dean's List; Swim Fins.
MARY CAROLYN KOCHER-Clearwater, Fla.: Chi
Omega, Vice Pres.: Phi Kappa Phi; Alpha Lambda CYNTHIA POOSER-Lake Wales, Fla.: Dean's List. Delta; J. Hillis Miller Scholarship.
SYLVIA MARIE RIDGE-Lake Wales, Fla. LUCILE ANN ROBARTS-Lake City, Fla.: Dean's
List.
CAROLYN ROGERS-Waldo, Fla. NANCY LEE SANDER-Pompano Beach, Fla.: Zeta Tau Alpha, Pres., Treas.: Student Nurses Association. MARGARET A. SMITH-Birmingham, Ala.: Sigma
Kappa: Yulee Hall, Pres.
JOAN DIANE STEPHAN-Arlington, Va.: Zeta Tau Alpha, Vice Pres.: Swim Fins; Student Nurses Association.
BETTY JO STRIPP-Orlando, Fla.: Student Nurses Association; Swim Fins, Dean's List. NANCY CAROL TYNEFIELD-Clearwater Beach,
Fla.: Delta Delta Delta, Social Chm., Sponsor Chin.: Blue Key Hostess.
MARY LOU WESTOVER-Kissimmee, Fla. MONA MARIE WISE-Miami, Fla.: Zeta Tau Alpha: Gatorettes; Student Nurses Association; SRA. JUDY ANN YOUNG-Hollywood, Fla.

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Pharmacy
As the College of Pharmacy maintains that research is one of the most important elements in teaching, much of its curriculum revolves around projects in this area.
The department of pharmaceutical chemistry is investigating the therapeutic value of medicinal plants. It hopes to determine the chemical make-up of these plants, which aid in the development of new serums.
This department is also interested in the synthesis

4AP of new drugs, and endeavours to find the compounds
that produce cancer, and those that are anti-tumor agents.
An electric dog plays an important role in research developments in pharmacy. This machine, like the computers also used in the department, ascertains drugs' reactions at different blood levels. It aids the depart ment in studying the stability of drugs, and their rate of absorption at different levels.
-The college offers a Bachelor of Science degree in Pharmacy. Its five year plan entails two years of pre-pharmacy and three professional years. In 1926 it became the. first college on campus to offer a PhD degree.
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DONALD NEWTON CARLTON-Bartow, Fla.: Pi DAVID CYRUS RAY-Monongahela, Penn.: Rho Pi
Kappa Phi: Rho Pi Phi; Mortar and Pestle. PhiHENRY WEINHOLD COGLEY-Oneco, Fla.: Mortar GEORGE LEWELLYN SCOTT-Gainesville, Fla.: Rho
and Pestle; Kappa Psi. Pi Phi, Pres.; Mortar and Pestle, Pres.
ALAN MURRAY COHEN-Miami, Fla.: Rho Pi Phi, Sec., Pres.; Mortar and Pestle. MICHAEL H. GRAVATT-Miami, Fla.: Kappa Psi. ALICE GAY HARLOWE-Miami, Fla.: Delta Delta Delta: Kappa Epsilon, Sec., Treas.; Mortar and Pestle, Sec., Treas.; Rho Chi, Sec., Treas.; Alpha Lambda Delta; Dean's List; Hall Council, Sec.; Rho Chi award; J. Hillis Miller Scholarship, General Motors Scholarship. NANCY LUCILE HAWKINS-Tampa, Fla.: Alpha Omicron Pi, Rec. Sec., Vice Pres.: Kappa Epsilon, Pres., Vice Pres.; Mortar and Pestle; Phi Kappa Tau Sweetheart; Kappa Psi Sweetheart. FREDERICK AUSTIN KINNARD-Tampa, Fla.: Kappa Psi.
WILFRED EMERY LUMB-Gainesville, Fla.: Kappa Psi; Rho Chi, Pres.; Mortar and Pestle; Pepsodent President's Award; Dean's List; President's List. ROBERT HIENRICH NUTTER Gainesville, Fla.:
Kappa Psi.
JACK BENSON OWEN-Gainesville, Fla.

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Progressive Communications



The world of the UF School of Journalism encom- February FM broadcasts were resumed at night over
passes many facets of the progressive communications radio station WRUF, along with their regular AM
picture, from Educational TV to newspaper production, program. and all of its facilities are aimed at giving the students A unique feature of the journalism school is student practical experience in their line of study. Several participation in the publication of the Gainesville Daily
University courses are carried through Channel 5, and Sun, whereby journalism seniors spend a full day each high school courses are telecast to eight counties. In week publishing an edition.

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areas outside of the school itself, in addition to leaving Highlighting the year was "Communications Week" room for electives.
which was shortened to three days this year due to the The College of Journalism offers a Bachelor of
busy trimester schedule. Featured were Sander Van- Science degree in three fields: advertising, broadcasting,
ochur, White House correspondent; top advertising and journalism. In addition, a Masters degree is offered
executives and leading newsmen. in Journalism and Communications and in the future a
The Journalism curriculum offers courses in many PhD degree may be offered in Journalism.

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ROGER ALLEN BAHRE-Fort Myers, Fla.: Phi Eta Sigma; Alpha Epsilon Rho.
CAROLE ANN BARDELLA-St. Petersburg, Fla.: Alligator; Summer Gator; Feature's Editor; New Orange Peel; "Alligator On The Air." DOROTHY ANN BECKERMAN-Madeira Beach, Fla.: WUFT Weather Girl; Legislative Council. CAROL LEAVELLE BULLER-Miami, Fla.: Phi Mu, Pledge Director: Alligator Editorial Staff; Theta Sigma Phi.








MICHAEL PETER CHASE-Miami, Fla.: Alpha Epsilon Pi: Alligator Staff; Asst. Basketball Mgr.; Freshman Council.
BRENDA SUZANNE COATES-Bradenton, Fla. CHARLES JOSEPH COOPER-Gainesville, Fla. FAYE MARIE CORBEILLE-Jacksonville, Fla.: SEMINOLE, Copy Ed., Activities Ed.; WSA Sec.,Representative; Alligator; National Advertising Manager; Dean's List; Grantland Rice Scholarship. CHARLES PAUL COX-Buffalo, N. Y.: ADS Advertising Fraternity.
JOHN DAVID DEMMI-Tampa, Fla.: Alpha Delta Sigma, Vice Pres.

OTTO FREDERICK DICKMEN, III-Live Oak, Fla.: Deseret Club, Pres.
VICTOR DIGENTI-Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. ROBERT JACKSON DISHER-Jacksonville, Fla.: Kappa Alpha; SEMINOLE, Layout Ed. DAVID LAWRENCE DONEY-St. Petersburg, Fla.

WILLIAM QUINTON DOWLING, III Jacksonville, Fla.: Kappa Alpha, Corr. Sec.; SEMINOLE Editor '62-3; Frolics, Pub. Chm.; Dollars for Scholars, Pub. Chm.; Homecoming National Pub. Chm.; IFC.

EDWIN A. DRAISEY-Gainesville, Fla.: Resident Manager Flavet III.
WADE HAMPTON EDWARDS-Ormond Beach, Fla.: Phi Kappa Tau; Alpha Delta Sigma; Dean's List; Alligator Reporter.
WALTER M. FINLEY, III-Ocala, Fla.: Sigma Chi. GLORIA JEAN GALL-Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.: Sigma Kappa, Pres.; Executive Sec. Religion-in-Life Week; Alligator Staff.
BEN GARRETT-St. Petersburg, Fla.: Sigma Delta SIIChi; Alligator, City Ed., Mgr. Ed.; Legislative Council.

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THOMAS WILLIAM GIBSON-Gainesville, Fla.: Sigma Delta Chi; Administrative Assistant to Student Body Pres.; Summer Alligator, Editor; Alligator, Mgr. Ed., Ed. Assistant; Orange Peel Staff; Chairman Summer Frolics; Who's Who; Homecoming Staff; Board of Student Publications; Honor Court Publicity Chairman; Board of Housing.
LINDA JUNE GUELKER-St. Petersburg, Fla.: Alligator Reporter, Choral Union. LINDA LOU HAIRR-Gainesville, Fla.: Women's Glee Club, Pres., Vice Pres.; Swinging Sweethearts, Pres. NANCY MARGARET HAMILTON-Mt. Dora, Fla. JAMES RAYBURN HARPER-Clearwater, Fla.: Alpha Tau Omega: Grantland Rice Scholarship. JAMES EDWIN JONES-Miami, Fla.: Pi Kappa Alpha: Chaplain; Drum Major of Band; Presbyterian Univ. Center representative to URA and Pres. ROBERT CUNNINGHAM KENT-Jacksonville, Fla.: PAUL ANDERSON MILLER-Pompano Beach, Fla.; Alpha Delta Sigma; Kappa Alpha, Soc. Chin.; Fla. Blue
DeMolay Club; Knighthood, Gator Guard; Advanced Key; 1962 Hall of Fame; Who's Who; Alpha Delta SigOfficers Club; Judo Club; WUFT-TV. ma Outstanding Graduate in Advertising Award; 1962
DON MOORE-Bradenton, Fla. SEMINOLE Editor.
KARL E. KRISTOFFERSON-Jacksonville, Fla.: SigHARRY PEARCE-Tavares, Fla. ma Delta Chi; Alligator Reporter.

DONALD JOHN ROSS-Miami, Fla.: Advanced Offi- RONALD C. LAFACE-Gainesville, Fla.: Phi Kappa
cers Club; Marching and Symphonic Bands; Gator Tau Pres.; Florida Blue Key; Who's Who; InterfraterGrowl; Murpree Council; Fla. Union Rec. Comm. nity Council Pres.; Student Pol. Party, Chm.
FOY EUGENE ROWLAND-Gainesville, Fla.: Alpha JOHN CURTIS MATTUCCI-Hollywood, Fla.: Lambda
Delta Sigma, hist. Chi Alpha.
WILLIAM DANIEL RYALS-Tampa, Fla.; Phi Kappa Tau, Pres., Vice Pres., Exec. Council; Grantland Rice Scholarship.
SUSAN ELIZABETH SCHAUBLE-Bradenton, Fla.: Block and Bridle Club.
EDWARD BEN SHAPIRO-St. Petersburg Beach, Fla.: Alpha Epsilon Rho.
GEORGE M. SOLOMON-Miami Beach, Fla.: Tau Epsilon Phi; Assistant Sports Publicity Dir., Sports Ed. of SEMINOLE; Gator Greek. SANDRA SUSAN SWEITZER-Vero Beach, Fla.:
Broward, Grove Hall Council; Alligator, Assistant Ed. DAVID LEE WILKINSON-Bradenton, Fla.: Alligator. ROY M. WILLIAMSON-Winter Haven, Fla.: Sigma Nu.
RAYMOND HENRY WOLF-Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.:
Board of Student Publications; Fla. Blue Key Speakers Bureau; Tolbert Area Council. 2.
LARRY KENT WOODS-Miami, Fla.: Sigma Delta Chi; Flavet Village Government; Alligator. SAMUEL ZORN-Coral Gables, Fla.: Alpha Epsilon Pi, Vice Pres., Treas.; Alpha Delta Sigma, Pres.; Gator 71 1
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The College of Law aims to develop keen, efficient lawyers who will respect the ideals and traditions of their chosen profession. The policy of the college places emphasis upon practical skills as well as legal theory and problems of the modern world as well as historical perspective. JULIUS VICTOR AFRICANO-Hallandale Fla.: Theta
The College was founded in 1909 and began its first Chi: Phi Alpha Delta; Honor Court Chief Defense classes in the Thomas Hall Dormitory for men. The Law Counsel. Building, erected in 1914, was one of the first permanent RONALD KEITH CACCIATORE-Tampa, Fla.: Pi units on campus. Kappa Phi: Tau Kappa Alpha; Pi Kappa Delta; Delta
Applicants to the College of Law must have received Theta Phi, Pres.; Fla. Blue Key; Who's Who; Varsity at least a 4-year baccalaureate degree and have made a Debate Team; Sec. of Organizations Campus Pol. Party satisfactory standing on the Law School Admissions Chm.
Test. Upon completion of the three year program, students are granted the degree of Bachelor of Laws. THOMAS A. DAVIS-Jacksonville, Fla.: Kappa Alpha,
Among the facilities incorporated into the College Pres.: Phi Delta Phi; Pi Sigma Alpha; Honor Court, is the outstanding collection of books and documents in Chancellor; Fla. Blue Key; Who's Who. the Law Library. Its volumes total about 61,000 with the ROBERT RYON HENDRY-Jacksonville, Fla.: Delta addition of about 2500 volumes per year. It includes Tau Delta: Phi Delta Phi; Phi Eta Sigma; Fla. Blue statutory material and court proceedings from the Key, Pres.; Pol. Party, Chm.; SEMINOLE, Bus. Mgr.; United States and numerous foreign nations. Who's Who; Orange Peel, Bus. Mgr.; Tech Coordinator
Another feature of Law School activities is the Homecoming '61; State Champ Moot Court Team; Moot special program held each year to commemorate Law Court Board, Chm.
Day. The day's activities include the presentation of some outstanding speakers, such as Chief Justice Tom C. WILLIAM MEANS HOLT-Gainesville, Fla.: Phi KapClark, last year's guest. pa Phi; Phi Eta Sigma; Tau Kappa Alpha; Phi Alpha
Under the leadership of Dean Frank T. Maloney, Delta; Varsity Debate Team; Legislative Council, Men's
the college aims to give students a thorough scientific Council, Vice Pres.; Fla. Blue Key Speakers Bureau, and practical knowledge of law in a democratic society. Student Educational Leg Lobby Policy Comm.
JAMES STACY QUINCEY-Gainesville, Fla.: Alpha Gamma Rho: Fla. Blue Key, Pres.; Who's Who. HOMER R. SPENCE-Gainesville, Fla.: Delta Tau Delta: Delta Theta Phi; Fla. Blue Key, Treas.; SEMINOLE, Bus. Mgr.; F-Book, Mgr. Ed.; Board of Student Publications; Board of Managers, Fla. Union; Who's Who; Delta Tau Delta; Fla. Blue Key, Vice Pres.; Am. Law Student.


LARRY SCOTT STEWART-Gainesville, Fla.: Delta Assoc.; Board of Governors, Nat. Vice Pres. 5th Circuit; Nat. Chm. Scholarship and Fellowship Comm.; John Marshall Bar Assoc., Pres.; Director Speakers BureauFla. Law Review, Exec. Ed.; Phi Delta Phi; Who's Who. WILLIAM COOPER STOUT-Pensacola, Fla. WILLIAM TRICKEL, JR.-Clearwater, Fla.: Phi Gamma Delta, Pres.: UF Student Body, Pres.; Fla. Blue Key; Delta Theta Phi; Hall of Fame; Who's Who; Honor Court Chancellor; Director of Orientation; Fla. Blue Key Speaker's Bureau, Chm.









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Soundness of body, as well as the soundness of mind, is the working philosophy of the College of Physical Education and Health.
The curriculum of the College is arranged under five departments: Health Service, Intramural Activities, Required Physical Education For Men, Required Physical Education For Women, and the Professional Curriculum. The student is offered a choice of three undergraduate degrees in Physical Education, Health Education, or Recreation.




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At the University, all able students-both men and women-participate in physical education for four trimesters. Personal hygiene is an important part of this program as well as the wide variety of sports.
Corrective activities for those with some physical handicap receive special attention at the college. A clinical unit has been established for this purpose.
To insure proper care of students, the Health Services department operates a fully equipped infirmary. Besides this service, the Health area is also concerned with diet control counseling, public health, immunizations, mental health, and personality counseling.
Heading the College is Dean Dennis K. Stanley, who previously served at Duke University and at the University of Florida as football coach and head coach of the track and tennis teams.

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THOMAS BATTEN-Miami, Fla.: Sigma Nu: "F" Club; Football Team.
EDWARD LAMAR BRADDY-Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.: Phi Delta Theta; "F" Club; Fellowship for Christian Athletes.
MARTHA JO BRANN-Hollywood, Fla.: Zeta Tau
Alpha, Intramurals Chm., Soc. Chm.; Little Sisters of Minerva.
EDWARD HARLON BURNAM, JR.-Jennings, Fla.: Alpha Gamma Rho, Pledgemaster. GUY J. CARRETTA-N. Miami Beach, Fla.: Intramural Official; SAHPER; Newman Club; UF Lifeguard. RONALD D. DAVIS-Lake Butler, Fla.: Aqua Gators, Pres., Vice Pres.
WILLIAM EDWIN DELAINO-Cedar Key, Fla.: Intramural Board.
ROBERT RAYMOND HOOVER-N. Miami, Fla.: "F" JAMES HAROLD JULPRIN-Hollywood, Fla.
Club.
SARA ETTA JENKINS-Punta Gorda, Fla.: Dorm Treas.; Orchesis.
GEORGE SIMPSON KEEP-McIntosh, Fla.: Intramurals, Student Director, Office Director; Intramural Board; SAHPER.
MICHAEL STEVEN KESSLER-Palm Beach Shores, Fla.: Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Intramurals Chin.; Sigma Delta Psi, Pres.; Soccer Team, Pres., Co-Captain; SAHPER.
LARRY PAUL LIBERTORE, JR.-Miami, Fla.: Sigma Nu; SEC Sophomore of the Year; Football Honorable Mention; SEC Scholastic Team. EDWARD JOSEPH LONG-Lake City, Fla.: Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Eminent Warden, Intramural Mgr.; SAHPER; Olympians; Advanced Officers Club (Army ROTC).
MARION LUCILLE PARKER-St. Petersburg, Fla. GARY BRYAN PELL-Lake Worth, Fla.: SAHPER; AAHPER.
JERRY HAROLD POSEY-Haines City, Fla. WILEY ALAN SELMAN-Madison, Fla.: Phi Delta
Theta, Vice Pres.: "F" Club; Fellowship of Christian Athletes.
FRED MITCHELL SMITH-Jacksonville, Fla. ROBERT GUILBERT SOMERS, JR.-Goulds, Fla. CLAIRE JOY STANTON-Vero Beach, Fla.: University Choir; Gator Ski Club.
LARRY LEE TRAVIS-Gainesville, Fla.: Sigma Nu; "F" Club, Vice Pres.; Legislative Council; All-SEC Football; All-SEC Scholastic Team. DOROTHY LOU WITT-High Springs, Fla.: Hall
Council; Intramurals Chm.; SAHPER, Vice Pres.; UNORC, Treas.

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Study leading to graduate degrees has existed at the UF since the establishment of the University on its present campus. In 1930 the first programs leading to the PhD were added to the Graduate School. During the past six years graduate enrollment has risen from 1110 in 1957 to 1540 in 1963, an increase of nearly 40 per cent.
In the beginning the organization of graduate study was very informal. Control was in the hands of a faculty committee that reported directly to the UF President. However, in 1930 the Graduate School was






























set up with James N. Anderson as the first dean. The present dean of the Graduate School is L. E. Grinter, who came to Florida from the Illinois Institute of Technology, where he had served as Vice President, Dean of the Graduate School, and Research Professor.
The Graduate Council, of which the Dean is Chairman, established the basic policies and procedures of the Graduate School, considers petitions, and awards degrees. The responsibility for the detailed operation of graduate programs is vested in individual colleges, divisions, and departments.






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Gator Gras


The 1963 Gator Gras Carnival came complete with strippers, queen, and a talent show. Top prize in this year's festivities was a date with the Carnival Sweetheart, Joanne Notaris, sponsored by Sigma Nu. Julie Freeman of Kappa Alpha Theta and Karen Roberts, candidate of Alpha Gamma Rho, were the runner-ups.
Twenty-three booths lined the front lawn of Al, University Auditorium.
The 10-Act talent show included folksingers, a hula dance and ballad singers. The Southgate Singers entertained while the judges chose the winners, who received a trip to Nassau.
The week preceding Gator Gras festivities, the Military Ball, Engineering and Agricultural Science Fairs were held.
The Military Ball was highlighted by the crowning of a new queen, Susan Sanders, freshman from Englin Air Base. General Leighton I. Davis, director of the Atlantic Missile, was featured guest of the evening.
''Mightier than Missiles"~ was the theme of the Agricultural'Fair. Ann Beall was elected as Fair Queen. Members of her court were Gail McCalb and Karen Roberts.
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Religion-in- Life Week


"Our Search for Meaning" was the theme of the fourteenth annual Religion-In-Life Week on January 20-25. Outstanding speakers from various parts of the country and different walks of life came to the campus to impart some of their knowledge and beliefs.
The keynote address was delivered by Dr. George A. Buttrick of Harvard University on "What it means to be human." Other guest speakers were William Muehl of Yale University Divinity School, W. Waldo Beach of Duke University Divinity School, and Rabbi Sylvan D. Schwartzman of the Hebrew Union College.
Sponsored by the University Religious Association and the Department of Religion, the program focused on man's attempt to find meaning in life. Questions concerning this search were answered by speakers in dorms and fraternity and sorority houses as well as by the main speakers.
The committee, serving under Mike Crews, consisted of Carven Angel, Vernon Swartsel, Tish Bates, Cathy Pierce, Lee Sharp, and URA President Buddy Jacobs. URA Advisor was assistant Professor of Religion Dr. Austin Creel.