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Title: University record
Uniform Title: University record (Gainesville, Fla.)
Physical Description: v. : ; 24 cm.
Language: English
Creator: University of the State of Florida
University of Florida
Publisher: University of the State of Florida,
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Place of Publication: Lake city Fla
Publication Date: April 1955
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 1906)-
Numbering Peculiarities: Issue for Vol. 2, no. 1 (Feb. 1907) is misnumbered as Vol. 1, no. 1.
General Note: Title from cover.
General Note: Imprint varies: <vol. 1, no. 2-v.4, no. 2> Gainesville, Fla. : University of the State of Florida, ; <vol. 4, no. 4-> Gainesville, Fla. : University of Florida.
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The Record
Comprises:


The Report of the President to the
Board of Control, the Catalog, the
Bulletin of the Summer Session, the
Schedule of Courses for each term or
semester, the University Directory, and
various bulletins on regulations and
policies.

These bulletins will be sent gratui-
tously to all persons who apply for
them. The applicant should specifically
state which bulletins or what informa-
tion is desired. Address

THE REGISTRAR
University of Florida
Gainesville, Florida









TABLE OF CONTENTS


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University Calendar ...... .. .... ... 3
Adm inistrative O officers ............ . .... ....... .... . 7
F a cu lty . .... ........................ .................. ............. 9
G general Inform ation ............. ...... ... ........ .......... 65
A dm missions . .... . ... ...... .. ...... . .......... 76
E xp en ses .... ...... . ....................... ..... .............. ....... 80
Housing .............. ........ .............. ......... 85
Student Life-Services, Facilities, Activities, Regulations ....... 89

Colleges, Schools, and Curricula
University College......... .. .. .. ........142
College of A griculture....... ... ...... ........... ....................... 154
College of Architecture and Allied Arts.. . ..... .. ............. 170
College of A rts and Sciences ....................................................182
College of Business Administration .......... ...............193
College of Education ............ ..................... ....................204
College of Engineering.................. ..................... ............... 213
School of Forestry.................. ............. ...... ................. 227
School of Inter-American Studies............................ ..... 232
School of Journalism and Communications ................... 236
College of Law..... .............. .............. ...... 239
College of Medicine................ ................................ 248
School of Nursing.. .......................... ......... 251
College of Pharmacy....... ..... ..... ........ ..... ......... 252
College of Physical Education and Health ... ......................... 255
The D division of M usic...... ...... ........... ............ ................ 262
Physical Fitness Program................ ..................... 264
M military Departm ents ....................................... ........... 267
Graduate School ............................. .............. 270

Description of Courses ........ .............. ................291












University Calendar

1955-56 ......................

REGULAR SESSION SEPTEMBER 1955-JUNE 1956
S1955
August 13, Saturday..............................Last Day for filing preliminary applications for
first semester.
Sept. 12, 13, Mon., Tues......................Placement Test for entering students.
Sept. 12-17, Mon.-Sat...............................Orientation and registration according to appoint-
ments assigned on receipt of preliminary applica-
tion. No one permitted to start registration on
Saturday, September 17, after 10 a.m.
Sept. 17, Saturday, 12 Noon..................Last time for graduate students to apply to De-
partment of Foreign Languages for reading knowl-
edge examination on October 1.
Sept. 19, Monday, 7:40 a.m...................Classes begin. All registration fees increased $5.00
for persons completing registration on or after this
date.
Sept. 24, Saturday, 12 Noon....................Last time for completing registration for first
semester. No one permitted to start registration
after 10 a.m. on this date.
Last time for adding courses and for changing
sections.
Sept. 26, Monday, 12 Noon....................Last time for submitting resignation for first
semester and receiving any refund of fees.
October 1, Saturday, 10-12 a.m.............Foreign Language reading knowledge examination
for graduate students, Room 18, Anderson Hall.
October 24, Monday, 12 Noon..............Last time for making application at the Office of
the Registrar for degree to be conferred at end
of first semester.
October 31, Mon., 4 p.m.......................Last time for dropping courses without receiving
grade of E.
November 5, Saturday............................Georgia-Florida football game in Jacksonville.
Classes suspended.
November 11, 12, Friday, Saturday........Homecoming. Classes suspended at 12:30 p.m.
Friday.
November 23, Wed., 5:30 p.m.............Thanksgiving recess begins.
November 28, Mon., 7:40 a.m..............Thanksgiving recess ends.
December 3, Sat., 12 Noon..................Last time for removing grades of I or X received
in preceding semester or term of attendance.
December 17, Sat., 12:30 p.m...............Christmas recess begins.
December 22, Thursday..........................Last day for filing preliminary applications for
second semester.
) 19563 T7 .
January Men., 7:40 a.m...................Christmas recess ends.








UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA


January 6, Friday .................... ..... Last day for candidates for degrees to be con-
ferred at end of first semester to complete cor-
respondence courses.
January 9, Mon., 4 p.m..................... Last time for candidates for Master's and Doctor's
degrees to be conferred at end of first semester to
file theses with the Dean of the Graduate School.
January 14, Sat., 2:30 p.m.................... Final Examination period begins.
January 16, Monday......................... Second semester registration begins for students
who were enrolled during the first semester.
January 26, Thursday, 4 pm..................Grades for all candidates for degrees to be con-
ferred at end of first semester due in the Office of
the Registrar (special lists are sent to the faculty
for this report).
January 27, Friday.................... .... ....Faculty meetings, at times announced by the
Deans, to pass upon candidates for degrees.
January 28, Sat., 5 p.m.......................... First Semester ends.
January 28, Sat., 8 p.m............................. First semester Commencement Convocation.
January 30, Mon, 4 p.m....................... All grades for first semester due in the Office of
the Registrar.


Second Semester

February 1, Wednesday..........................Placement Tests for entering students.
February 2-4, Thurs.-Sat.......................Registration according to appointments assigned
on receipt of preliminary application. No one
permitted to start registration on Saturday, Febru-
ary 4, after 10 a.m.
February 6, Mon., 7:40 a.m..................... Classes begin. All registration fees increased $5.00
for persons completing registration on or after
this date.
February 11, Sat., 12 Noon..................Last time for completing registration for the
second semester. No one permitted to start regis-
tration after 10 a.m. on this date.
Last time for adding courses and for changing
sections.
February 13, Mon., 12 Noon................Last time for submitting resignations for second
semester and receiving any refund of fees.
March 10, Saturday, 12 Noon................Last time for graduate students to apply to De-
partment of Foreign Languages for reading knowl-
edge examination on March 24.
March 12, Monday, 4 p.m...................Last time for making application at the Office of
the Registrar for a degree to be conferred at the
end of the second semester.
March 20, Tuesday, 4 p.m...................Last time for dropping courses without receiving
a grade of E.
March 24, Saturday, 10-12 a.m............. Foreign Language reading knowledge examination
for graduate students, Room 18, Anderson Hall.
March 29, Thursday, 5:30 ............... Spring recess begins.
April 3, Tuesday, 7:40 a.m..................... Spring recess ends.









CATALOG 1955-56


April 7, Saturday, 12 Noon..................Last time for removing grades of I or X received
in preceding semester or term of attendance.
April 28, Saturday.................................Last day for filing preliminary application for
1956 summer session.
May 11, Friday......................................Last day for candidates for degrees to be conferred
at the end of the second semester to complete cor-
respondence courses.
May 14, Monday, 4 p.m.........................Last time for candidates for Master's and Doctor's
degree to be conferred at the end of second semes-
ter to file theses with the Dean of the Graduate
School.
May 19, Saturday, 2:30 p.m...................Final Examination period begins.
May 21, Monday.....................................Summer session registration begins for students
who were enrolled during the second semester.
May 31, Thursday, 4 p.m.......................Grades for all candidates for degrees to be con-
ferred at the end of the second semester due in
the Office of the Registrar (special lists are sent
to the faculty for this report).
June 1, Friday..........................................Faculty meetings, at time announced by the Deans,
to pass upon candidates for degrees.
June 3, Sunday........................................Baccalaureate Service.
June 4, Monday......................................Conmmencement Convocation.
June 4, Monday, 4 p.m.............................All grades for second semester due in the Office
of the Registrar.


Summer Session 1956
June 14, Thursday..................................Placement Tests for entering students.
June 15, 16, 18, Friday,
Saturday, Monday..............................Registration according to appointments assigned
on receipt of preliminary application.
June 19, Tuesday, 7 a.m.......................Classes begin. All registration fees increased $5.00
for persons completing registration on or after
this date.
June 20, Wednesday, 5 p.m...................Last time for completing registration for the
summer session. No one will be permitted to start
registration after 3 p.m. on this date.
Last time for adding or changing sections.
June 22, Friday, 4 p.m...........................Last time for submitting resignation for the sum-
mer session and receiving any refund of fees.
Last time for making application at the office of
the Registrar for degree to be conferred at the end
of the summer session.
July 4, Wednesday............................... Holiday. Classes suspended.
July 7, Saturday, 12 Noon....................Last time for graduate students to apply to De-
partment of Foreign Languages for reading knowl-
edge examination on July 21.
July 10, Tuesday, 4 p.m.......................Last time for dropping courses without receiving
a grade of E.








UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA


July 20, Friday........................................Last day for candidates for degrees to be conferred
at end of the summer session to complete cor-
respondence courses.
July 21, Saturday, 10-12 a.m...............Foreign language reading knowledge examination
for graduate students, Room 18, Anderson Hall.
July 23, Monday, 4 p.m.......................Last time for candidates for Master's and Doctor's
degrees to be conferred at the end of the summer
session to file theses with the Dean of the Gradu-
ate School.
August 7, Tuesday, 7 a.m.....................Final examination period begins. First semester
registration begins for students enrolled in the
summer session.
August 9, Thursday, 4 p.m...................Grades for all candidates for degrees to be con-
ferred at the end of the summer session are due
in the Office of the Registrar.
August 10, Friday.............. ...............Faculty meetings, at times announced by the
Deans, to pass upon candidates for degrees.
August 11, Saturday, 8 p.m...................Summer Commencement Convocation.
August 13, Monday, 12 Noon..............All grades for the summer session due in the
Office of the Registrar.



Regular Session 1956-57

1956
August 11, Saturday................................Last day for filing preliminary application for
first semester.
September 10-11, Mon., Tues...............Placement Tests for entering students.
September 10-15, Mon.-Sat.....................Registration.
September 17, Monday..........................Classes begin.








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Florida State

Board of Education

LEROY COLLINS ....................... .. ...... .... ..................... ..Governor
R. A. GRAY.................................... .......................Secretary of State
J. EDWIN LARSON ............... ..... ..... .......... ................. ....State Treasurer
RICHARD ERVIN..... ........ ..................................................Attorney General
THOMAS D. BAILEY, Secretary..............State Superintendent of Public Instruction



Board of Control

of Florida

J. LEE BALLARD, Chairman.......................... ... ......................Banker
St. Petersburg, Florida
MRS. ALFRED I. DUPONT
Jacksonville, Florida
ROBERT H G ORE..................................... ..................... .........Publisher
Fort Lauderdale, Florida
FRED H. KENT................... ....................... .......Attorney at Law
Jacksonville, Florida
RALPH L. M ILLER....................................................... .....................Citrus G rower
Plymouth, Florida
W GLENN MILLER....... ........................................................ Business M an
Monticello, Florida
HOLLIS RINEHART.............................. .....................................A attorney at Law
Miami, Florida
J. BROWARD CULPEPPER................Executive Secretary of the Board of Control
Tallahassee, Florida








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Academic and Administrative

Councils of the University

-1954-19.55<<<(<<< <<<* < 4< < <
J. WAYNE REITZ, Ph.D............................... .................. President of the University
JOHN STUART ALLEN, Ph.D............................................Vice President of the University
WILLIAM TOBIAS ARNETT, M.A.Arch., A.I.A.............Dean of the College of Architecture
and Allied Arts
GEORGE FECHTIG BAUGHMAN, LL.B., M.A.................Vice President for Business Affairs
ROBERT COLDER BEATY, M.A................................................................ ...........Dean of Men
ALVAH ALDEN BEECHER, M.M....................................... ...........................Director of Music
MARNA VENABLE BRADY, Ed.D...............................................................Dean of W omen
HARLEY WILLARD CHANDLER, M.S...........................Vice President for Academic Affairs
HAROLD GRAY CLAYTON, M.S.A...............................Director of the Agricultural Extension
Service and County Agent Leader
ROLAND BYERLY EUTSLER, Ph.D.........................................Acting Dean of the College of
Business Administration
HENRY ANDERSON FENN, LL.B................................................Dean of the College of Law
WILLARD MERWIN FIFIELD, M.S...............Director of the Agricultural Experiment Station
PERRY ALBERT FOOTE, Ph.D.............................................Dean of the College of Pharmacy
LINTON E. GRINTER, Ph.D........................Dean of the Graduate School and Director
of Research
HARRY MCNEIL GRIZZARD, B.S., Colonel, Infantry................Professor of Military Science
and Tactics
ARNOLD BRAMS GROBMAN, Ph.D...........................Director of the Florida State Museum
LEWIS FRANCIS HAINES, Ph.D.............................................Director of the University Press
GEORGE THOMAS HARRELL, M.D. ........................................Dean of College of Medicine
LELAND WILBUR HIATT.............................. .......................... Director of Alumni Affairs
RICHARD SADLER JOHNSON, B.S.P.......................................... ............................Registrar
W ILLIAM ELLIS JONES, B.S.B.A............................ ................. ........ .....Business Manager
CLEMENS MARCUS KAUFMAN, Ph.D..............................Director of the School of Forestry
WINSTON WOODARD LITTLE, M.A....................................Dean of the University College
*WALTER JEFFERIES MATHERLY, M.A., LL.D.....................Dean of the College of Business
Administration
JOHN VREDENBURGH MCQUITTY, Ph.D...............................................University Examiner
CLARENCE VERNON NOBLE, Ph.D..................................Dean of the College of Agriculture
RALPH EMERSON PAGE, Ph.D.............................Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences
RUSSELL SPURGEON POOR, Ph.D..............................................Provost for Health Center
GARLAND WHEELER POWELL........................................Director of Radio Station WRUF
RALPH RHUDY, Colonel, Air Force.....................Professor of Air Science and Coordinator
of Military Departments
BERT CLAIR RILEY, B.S.A........................................Dean of the General Extension Division
DENNIS KEITH STANLEY, M.A.E....................................Dean of the College of Physical
Education and Health
JOSEPH WEIL, M.S.........................Dean of the College of Engineering and Director of the
Engineering and Industrial Experiment Station
RAE 0. WEIMER......................Director of the School of Journalism and Communications
STANLEY LEROY WEST, LL.B., B.S. in L.S...............Director of the University Libraries
JOSEPH BENTON WHITE, PhD........................................ Dean of the College of Education
A. CURTIS WILGUS, Ph.D.......................Director of the School of Inter-American Studies
W. MAX WISE, Ed.D.......................... ...........................Dean of Student Personnel
*Deceased September 25, 1954.








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Officers of Instruction,

Research and Administration

1954-1955 .....................
(The first date indicates the year of first employment; the second, the year of present
rank.)
ABBOTT, OUIDA DAVIS, Ph.D. (Missouri), Home Economist and Head of Department,
Agricultural Experiment Station (1925-1925).
ABELSON, NORMAN EDWIN, M.A., Interim Instructor in Music (1954-1954).
ADAMS, COURTLAND SMEDLEY, B.S.E.E., Assistant in Research, Engineering and Industrial
Experiment Station (1952-1952).
ADAMS, FRANK THOMPSON, Litt.M., Assistant Professor and Head of Extension Education
for Business, General Extension Division (1946-1947).
ADAMS, PERRY RONALD, M.A.E., Teacher, P. K. Yonge Laboratory School (1953-1953).
AHRENS, MAURICE RUSSELL, Ed.D. (Denver), Professor of Education (1954-1954).
AITON, ELBERT LEON, B.S., Research Assistant, Engineeriing and Industrial Experiment
Station (1953-1953).
ALBEE, JOHN F., B.A., Interim Assistant Professor of Art (1954-1954).
ALBERTSON, RACHEL, B.A., Editor, Engineerinig and Industrial Experiment Station (1948-
1948).
ALEXANDER, ALICE ELIZABETH, B.S. in L.S., Assistant in Serials, University Library
(1951-1951).
ALLEE, WARDER CLYDE, Ph.D. (Chicago), Professor of Biology and Head of Department
(1950-1950).
ALLEGER DANIEL EUGENE, M.S., Associate Agricultural Economist, Agricultural Experi-
iment Station (1945-1945).
ALLEN, GILBERT M., B.S., Assistant Director of Purchasing (1952-1952).
ALLEN JOHN STUART, Ph.D. (New York), Vice President of the University (1948-1948).
ALLEN, ROBERT JOHN, Ph.D. (Maryland), Assistant Agronomist, Everglades Experiment
Station (1950-1950).
ALLISON, ROBERT VERRILL, Ph.D. (Rutgers), Fiber Technologist, Everglades Experiment
Station (1926-1952).
AMES, BURTON WEBER, M.A.E., Director of Employee Personnel Services (1923-1948).
ANDERS, MARY EDNA, M.A., B.S. in L.S, Assistant Librarian in Reference and Biblio-
graphy, University Library (1953-1953).
ANDERSON, CARL ARTHUR, M.B.A., Assistant Professor of Accounting (1947-1950).
ANDERSON, CHRIS WILLIAM, Ph.D. (California), Assistant Plant Pathologist, Agricultural
Experiment Station (1950-1950).
ANDERSON, EDWARD ARTHUR, M.A., Assistant Professor of Art (1949-1952) (On leave
1954-1955).
ANDERSON, JOHN DAVID, M.A., Assistant Professor of Economics (1948-1950).
ANDERSON, MONTGOMERY DRUMMOND, Ph.D. (Brookings), Professor of Business Statis-
tics and Economics (1927-1927).
ANDERSON, RICHARD JAMES, Ph.D. (Michigan), Associate Professor of Psychology and
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APPERSON, FRANCES EUGENIA, B.A. in L.S., Assistant Librarian and Head of Serials
Department, University Library (1943-1948).
ARATOWSKY, BERNARD, PhD. (Johns Hopkins), Assistant Professor of Foreign Languages
(1950-1951).
ARDMAN, MEHMET ERDEM, M.S.C.E., Interim Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering
(1954-1954).
ARGUS, MARY FRANCES, PhD. (Florida), Assistant Professor of Cancer Research (1952-
1952).
ARKY, Louis H., Ph.D. (Pennsylvania), Interim Instructor in Social Science (1954-1954).
ARMSTRONG, EDWARD BERRI, LL.B., Major, Artillery, Assistant Professor of Military
Science and Tactics (1952-1952).
ARNADE, CHARLES WOLFGANG, M.A., Teaching Assistant in History (1954-1954).
ARNETT, CLEO MAE, M.S., Assistant Nutritionist, Agricultural Extension Service, Talla-
hassee (1951-1951). (Resigned December 31, 1954).
ARNETT, WILLIAM TOBIAS, M.A.Arch., A.I.A., Dean of the College of Architecture and
Allied Arts and Professor of Architecture; Director, Bureau of Architectural and
Community Research; Chairman, Graduate Faculty in Community Planning (1933-
1949).
ARNOLD, LILLIAN ELEANORE, M.S., Associate Botanist, Agricultural Experiment Station
(1927-1953).
ARNOLD, P.T. Dix, M.S.A., Associate Professor of Dairy Husbandry and Associate Dairy
Husbandman, Agricultural Experiment Station (1931-1952).
ARRINGTON, LEWIS ROBERTS, Ph.D. (Florida), Assistant Professor of Animal Nutrition
and Assistant Animal Husbandman, Agricultural Experiment Station (1946-1946).
ASHBY, CLIFFORD, M.A., Instructor in Speech (1954-1954).
ATCHLEY, MELL H., M.A., Assistant Professor of Sociology (1947-1947).
ATTAWAY, HERBERT BAILEY, M.S.F., Superintendent, State Forest Ranger School and
Assistant Professor of Forestry (1954-1954).
AUSTIN, TOLLIE EDWARD, M.Ed., Instructor in Physical Education (1951-1951) (On
leave 1954-1955).
AWTREY, ROBERT ADAIR, M.A., Interim Instructor in Mathematics (1954-1954).
BABB, EVELYN M., M.Ed., Instructor in Education (1952-1953).
BACHMAN, HAROLD BURTON, B.S., Professor of Music and Director of Bands (1948-
1949).
BADER, ROBERT SMITH, B.S., Instructor in Biological Sciences (1952-1952).
BAILEY, JAMES WILLIAM, M.A., Assistant in Administration, Office of the Vice President
for Academic Affairs (1953-1953).
BAILEY, THOMAS LEE, Ph.D. (Chicago), Assistant Research Professor, Engineering and
Industrial Experiment Station (1953-1954).
BAILEY, THURMAN J., M.A.E., Teacher-Trainer in Industrial Arts and Vocational Educa-
tion (1954-1954) (Resigned September 30, 1954).
BAKER, FRANK SLOAN, B.S.A., Assistant Animal Husbandman, North Florida Experiment
Station (1945-1945).
BAKER, MELVIN CHARLES, Ed.D. (Illinois), Associate Professor of Education (1952-1952).
BAKER, WILLIAM FRANCIS, M.S.Ed., Captain, Assistant Professor of Air Science (1951
1951).
BALLARD, MARTHA JANE, M.A., Assistant Professor of Education (1951-1954).
BARINGER, WILLIAM ELDON, Ph.D. (Illinois), Professor of Social Sciences (1947-1949).
BARNES, DAVID EDWARD, B.S., Assistant in Research, Engineering and Industrial Experi-
ment Station (1952-1952).









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BARNES, JAMES RICHARD, M.A.Arch., Instructor in Architecture (1953-1953).
BARNES, ROBERT LLOYD, M.F., Instructor in Forestry and Forest Research (1951-1951).
BARNEY, JOHN MARSHALL, Ph.D. (Florida), Assistant Research Professor, Engineering
and Industrial Experiment Station (1950-1953) (Resigned September 30, 1954).
BAROFF, EUGENE, B.A., Curator of Creative Writings, University Library (1948-1951).
BARRETT, ALBERT MICHAEL, Ph.D. (Pennsylvania State), Interim Assistant Professor of
Psychology and Interim Associate, Psychological Clinic (1953-1953).
BARRINEAU, THOMAS LORREN, M.A.E., District Supervisor, Agricultural Education (1946-
1947).
BARROWS, HAROLD LINDSEY, B.S., Chemist, U.S.D.A., Agricultural Experiment Station
(1954-1954).
BARRUS, EDITH YOUNG, B.A., District Home Demonstration Agent, Agricultural Exten-
tion Service, Tallahassee (1918-1943).
BARTLETT, GEORGE ROBERT, Ph.D. (Chicago), Professor of Philosophy and Head of De-
partment (1947-1953).
BARTLEY, ERNEST R., Ph.D. (California), Associate Professor of Political Science (1949-
1951) (On leave 1954-1955).
BARTLEY, ROGERS LEROY, B.S.E., Administrative Manager, Agricultural Experiment
Station and Agricultural Extension Service (1950-1950).
BASHAW, WILLIAM HOWARD, M.P.H., Teacher, P. K. Yonge Laboratory School (1954-
1954).
BASS, WALTER A., Ph.D. (Virginia), Instructor in Logic (1954-1954).
BATTIN, TOM C., Ph.D. (Michigan), Assistant Professor of Communications (1951-
1951).
BAUGHAN, DENVER EWING, Ph.D. (Yale), Associate Professor of English (1946-1946).
BAUGHMAN, GEORGE FECHTIG, LL.B., M.A., Vice President for Business Affairs (1941-
1954).
BAULT, ROGER QUINCY, M.A., Assistant Professor of Physical Sciences (1947-1950).
BAXTER, JOHN FRANKLIN, Ph.D. (Johns Hopkins), Professor of Chemistry (1952-1952).
BEAL, HAROLD MUMBY, Ph.D. (Connecticut), Assistant Professor of Pharmacy (1954-
1954).
BEALE, CLYDE KENYON, B.A.J., Editor, Agricultural Experiment Station and Agricultural
Extension Service (1935-1954) (Deceased February 1, 1955).
BEAN, RUTH WENTWORTH, M.A., Head Resident, Women's Residence Halls (1954-
1954).
BEARD, PERCY MORRIS, M.S., Associate Professor of Professional Physical Education;
Track Coach; General Manager, Division of Intercollegiate Athletics (1936-1949).
BEARDSLEY, DANIEL WALDO, M.S., Assistant Animal Husbandman, Everglades Experiment
Station (1953-1953).
BEATY, ROBERT COLDER, M.A., Dean of Men (1925-1948).
BECKENBACH, JOSEPH RILEY, Ph.D. (Rutgers), Associate Director, Agricultural Experi-
ment Station (1937-1950).
BECKER, CHARLES HENRY, Ph.D. (Florida), Professor of Pharmacy (1947-1954).
BECKER, RAYMOND BROWN, Ph.D. (Minnesota), Professor of Dairy Husbandry and
Dairy Husbandman, Agricultural Experiment Station (1929-1934).
BECKWITH, STEPHEN LYON, Ph.D. (Michigan), Assistant Professor of Wildlife Manage-
ment (1948-1948).
BEDSOLE, MALCOLM ROY, M.S.A., Assistant in Agronomy, Everglades Experiment Station
(1950-1950).








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BEECHER, ALVAH ALDEN, M.M., Director, Division of Music and Professor of Music
(1948-1948).
BEIRNE, RAYMOND MICHAEL, M.A., Instructor in English (1954-1954).
BBISLER, WALTER HERMAN, D.Sc (Princeton), Professor of Chemical Engineering and
Head of Department (1922-1939).
BELKNAP, SARA YANCEY, M.A., B.S. in L.S., Assistant in Audio-Visual Services, Univer-
sity Library (1953-1953).
BELL, EUDORIAN N., Superintendent of Maintenance (1940-1946).
BENNETT, ROBERT BROADHURST, Ph.D. (Purdue), Professor of Chemical Engineering
and Research Professor, Engineering and Industrial Experiment Station (1953-1953).
BENNETT, ROGER QUENTIN, B.S.A.E., Major, Infantry, Assistant Professor of Military
Science and Tactics (1953-1953).
BENSON, CHARLES HOWARD, B.S., Assistant Professor of Air Science (1954-1954) (Re-
signed October 21, 1954).
BENTLEY, GEORGE ROBERT, Ph.D. (Wisconsin), Associate Professor of Social Sciences
and Logic; Counselor (1938-1946).
BENZ, WILLIAM PATRICK, M.P.E., Instructor in Physical Education; Clinician, Adapted
and Corrective Exercises (1951-1951).
BERG, PAUL CONRAD, Ph.D. (Cornell), Instructor in English and Associate, Reading
Laboratory and Clinic (1952-1952).
BERGENGREN, ROY FREDERICK, Ed.D. (Florida), Assistant Professor of Education and
Head of Industrial Arts and Vocational Education (1949-1954).
BERNER, LEWIS, Ph.D. (Florida), Professor of Biological Sciences (1946-1954).
BESSETTE, LEO, B.B.A., Budget Officer, Business Office (1953-1954).
BETH, LOREN PETER, Ph.D. (Chicago), Interim Assistant Professor of Political Science
(1954-1954).
BEVIS, JOYCE, M.A., District Home Demonstration Agent, Agricultural Extension Service,
Tallahassee (1940-1951).
BEZANT, HENRY R., Artist-Preparator, Florida State Museum (1954-1954).
BIGELOW, GORDON ELLSWORTH, Ph.D. (Johns Hopkins), Assistant Professor of English
(1951-1951).
BIGGIN, BEVERLY BASSET, B.A., Assistant Architect, Office of the Consulting Architect
(1949-1954).
BINGHAM, N. ELDRED, Ph.D. (Columbia), Professor of Education (1950-1950).
BISHOP, HENRY WALTON, M.Ed., Teacher, P. K. Yonge Laboratory School (1951-1951).
BITONDO, TED, M.S., Instructor in Physical Education and Assistant Swimming Coach
(1951-1951).
BLACK, ALVIN PERCY, Ph.D. (Iowa), Professor of Chemistry and Head of Department
(1919-1949).
BLACK, KENNETH LEROY, LL.B., Professor of Law (1949-1952).
BLACK, WILLIAM E., Ph.D. (Cornell), Vegetable Marketing Specialist, Agricultural Ex-
tension Service (1954-1954).
BLACKBURN, JUNE C., LL.B., Interim Assistant Law Librarian (1954-1954).
BLACKMON, GULIE HARGROVE, M.S.A., Horticulturist and Head of Department, Agricul-
tural Experiment Station (1923-1935) (On leave 1954-1955).
BLAKE, ROBERT GEORGE, Ph.D. (Florida), Assistant Professor of Mathematics (1943-
1949).
BLALOCK, LEWIS FLORENCE, M.A., Director of Admissions (1930-1945).
BLANTON, LAWTON WALTER, M.A.E., Assistant Professor of Mathematics; Counselor
(1942-1946) (On leave 1954-1955).









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BLEDSOE, ROGER WILLIAM, Ph.D.(Iowa), Assistant Director and Aronomist, Agricultural
Experiment Station (1943-1954).
BLOCK, HERMAN HENRY, C.E., Associate Professor of Architecture (1949-1951
BLOCK, SEYMOUR STANTON, Ph.D. (Pennsylvania State), Associate Research Professor,
Engineering and Industrial Experiment Station (1944-1950).
BLODGETT, RALPH HAMILTON, Ph.D. (Pennsylvania), Professor of Economics (1950-
1950).
BLUE, WILLIAM GUARD, Ph.D. (Missouri), Assistant Soils Biochemist, Agricultural Ex-
periment Station (1950-1950).
BOATRIGHT, CLEM AARON, B.M., Interim Instructor in Music (1954-1954).
BOLDT, ALBERT WALTER, M.A., Assistant Dean of Men (1948-1948).
BOLLES, ROBERT STEPHEN, Ed.D. (Columbia), Professor of Music (1948-1951).
BOONE, LALIA PHIPPS, Ph.D. (Florida), Assistant Professor of English (1949-1952).
BORGIA, AGNES PETRONELLA, B.S., Associate Professor of Art (1951-1951).
BOURKE, NORMAN, M.E., Professor of Mechanical Engineering and Research Professor,
Engineering and Industrial Experiment Station (1943-1948).
BOWERS, ROBERT HOOD, Ph.D. (Yale), Associate Professor of English (1946-1946).
BOWLES, FRANCIS DOUGLAS, M.Ed., Teacher, P. K. Yonge Laboratory School (1954-
1954).
BOYD, CLIFFORD ALLEN, Ed.D. (Boston), Associate Professor of Professional Physical
Education (1950-1953).
BOYD, FREDERICK TILGHMAN, Ph.D. (Wisconsin), Associate Agronomist, Everglades
Experiment Station (1938-1952).
BRACKEN, ANDREW JOSEPH, M.Ed., Assistant Professor of Physical Education and Golf
Coach (1949-1954).
BRADBURY, ROBERT WESLEY, Ph.D. (Michigan), Professor of Economics (1950-1952).
BRADSHAW, JAMES PHILIP, M.S. in L.S., Assistant Professor of English (1946-1954).
BRADY, MARNA VENABLE, Ed.D. (Columbia), Dean of Women (1948-1948).
BRANSFORD, THOMAS LEROY, C.E., Associate Professor of Civil Engineering and Associate
Research Professor, Engineering and Industrial Experiment Station (1948-1951).
BRATLEY, HOMER EELLS, M.S.A., Assistant Entomologist, Agricultural Experiment Sta-
tion (1932-1932).
BREGGER, THOMAS, Ph.D. (Cornell), Sugar Cane Physiologist, Everglades Experiment
Station (1935-1935).
BRELAND, HERMAN LEROY, Ph.D. (Illinois), Assistant Soils Chemist, Agricultural Experi-
ment Station (1952-1952).
BREY, WALLACE SIEGFRIED, Ph.D. (Pennsylvania), Assistant Professor of Chemistry and
Assistant Research Professor (1952-1952).
BRIGGS, JOHN C., Ph.D. (Stanford), Instructor in Biological Sciences (1954-1954).
BRISTOL, LORIS ROOD, M.A., Assistant Professor of Education (1932-1950).
BRODKORB, PIERCE, Ph.D. (Michigan), Associate Professor of Biological Sciences (1946-
1950).
BROGDON, JAMES EDISON, M.Ag., Assistant Entomologist, Agricultural Extension Service
(1953-1953).
BROHM, HENRY DORE, Ph.B., Professor of Marketing (1949-1950).
BROOKE, DONALD LLOYD, Ph.D. (Illinois), Associate Agricultural Economist, Agricultural
Experiment Station (1946-1946).
BROOKER, MARVIN ADEL, Ph.D. (Cornell), Professor of Agricultural Economics and
Agricultural Economist, Agricultural Experiment Station (1927-1947).








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BROOKS, ALBERT NELSON, Ph.D. (Wisconsin), Plant Pathologist, Strawberry Investiga-
tions Laboratory (1926-1932).
BROOKS, TROY LUTHER, B.S.A., Interim Assistant in Pathology, Citrus Experiment Sta-
tion (1952-1952).
BROWN, HENRY CLAY, Ph.D. (Florida), Assistant Research Professor, Engineering and
Industrial Experiment Station (1952-1952).
BROWN, RICHARD FREDERICK, B.E.E., Research Assistant, Engineering and Industrial
Experiment Station (1953-1953).
BROWN, WILSON FOREST, Ph.D. (Ohio State). Professor of Chemical Engineering and
Research Professor, Engineering and Industrial Experiment Station (1950-1951).
BROWN, WOODROW WILSON, B.S.A., State Boys' 4-H Club Agent, Agricultural Extension
Service (1943-1950).
BROWNE, ELEANOR BODE, Ph.D. (Ohio State), Professor of Education (1948-1948).
BRUNET, JOSEPH, Ph.D. (Stanford), Professor of Classical Languages and Head of De-
partment of Foreign Languages (1927-1950).
BRUUN, JENS PEDER MOLLER, Ph.D. (Denmark), Associate Research Professor, Engi-
neering and Industrial Experiment Station (1954-1954).
BRYANT, FRED DAVID, B.A. in L.S., Assistant Librarian in Charge of Health Center
Library (1947-1954).
BUCK, MCKENZIE WILLIAM, Ph.D. (Iowa State), Head of Speech and Hearing Clinic
and Assistant Professor of Speech (1953-1953).
BUCKHANNAN, MARGARET B. R.N., School Nurse, P. K. Yonge Laboratory School (1945-
1945).
BULLEN, RIPLEY PIERCE, M.E., Curator of Social Sciences, Florida State Museum (1952-
1952).
BUNTING, DONALD CHARLES, B.A., Assistant Professor of Physical Sciences (1948-1948).
BURDINE, MARTHA CAROLYN, B.S.H.E., Interim Assistant State Girls' 4-H Club Agent
(1952-1954).
BURGE, Jo LYNN, M.S. in L.S., Assistant in Cataloging, University Library (1954-1954).
BURGESS, SAMUEL LAMKIN, B.A.J., Assistant Editor, Agricultural Extension Service and
Agricutural Experiment Station (1953-1953) (Resigned July 31, 1954).
BURGIS, DONALD STAFFORD, M.S.A., Assistant Horticulturist Gulf Coast Experiment
Station (1946-1946).
BURKE, HATTON WOOD, M.A., Interim Instructor in English (1954-1954).
BURNETT, TANNYE OLIVIA, M.A., Instructor in Physical Education (1951-1951).
BURRESS, NONA B., M.A., Interim Instructor in Education (1953-1953) (Resigned
August 7, 1954).
BURT, EVERT OAKLEY, Ph.D. (Ohio State), Assistant Agronomist, Agricultural Experi-
ment Station (1954-1954).
BUSCIGLIO, DOMINIC CONIGLIO, B.S., Instructor in Civil Engineering and Assistant in
Research, Engineering and Industrial Experiment Station (1951-1951).
BUSSELL, WILLIAM HARRISON, M.S.M.E., Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering
and Assistant Research Professor, Engineering and Industrial Experiment Station
(1948-1952).
BUSSING, MARY LOU, M.A., Associate Resident, Women's Residence Halls (1954-1954).
BUTLER, GEORGE BERGEN, Ph.D. (North Carolina), Associate Professor of Chemistry and
Associate Research Professor (1946-1951).
BUTT, ARNOLD FREDERICK, M.Arch., Assistant Professor of Architecture (1952-1952).









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BYERS, CHARLES FRANCIS, Ph.D. (Michigan), Assistant Dean, College of Arts and
Sciences; Professor of Biology; Professor of Biological Sciences and Head of De-
Partment (1927-1952).
CAKE, EDWIN WOOD, Ph.D. (Cornell), Economist in Marketing, Agricultural Extension
Service (1952-1952).
CALAWAY, JIM E., C.W.O., Assistant Professor of Military Science and Tactics (1952-
1952). (Resigned September 30. 1954).
CALAWAY, WILSON THAYER. M.S., Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering and Assistant
Research Professor, Engineering and Industrial Experiment Station (1946-1948).
CALDWELL, ROBERT EDWARD, Ph.D. (Purdue), Assistant Professor of Soils and Assistant
Chemist, Agricultural Experiment Station (1941-1948).
CALHOUN, EUNICE ZIPPERER, M.A.E., Instructor, P. K. Yonge Laboratory School (1944-
1952).
CALLANDER, WILLIAM FOREST, LL.B., Consultant, Statistical Laboratory (1950-1952)
(Resigned July 31, 1954).
CAMERON, EDITH MCBRIDE, B.J., Associate Professor of Women's Adult Education Ac-
tivities and Head of Department, General Extension Division 1927-1944).
CAMP, ARTHUR FORREST, Ph.D. (Washington), Vice Director in Charge, Citrus Experi-
ment Station (1923-1936).
CANNON, FRANCES CLAIRE, M.S., Assistant Health Education Specialist, Agricultural
Extension Service, Tallahassee (1952-1952).
CAPRETZ, PIERRE J., Doctorate de L'Universite de Paris, Assistant Professor of French
(1949-1954).
CARA, MAC DOMINIC, B.S., Assistant Football Coach (1954-1954).
CAREY, JOAN, Ed.D. (Syracuse), Associate Professor of Education (1952-1952).
CARLETON, WILLIAM GRAVES, J.D., Professor of Social Sciences and Head of Department
(1927-1940).
CARLISLE, VICTOR WALTER, M.S.A., Teaching Assistant in Soils, Agricultural Experiment
Station (1947-1954).
CARR, ARCHIE FAIRLY, Ph.D. (Florida), Professor of Biological Sciences (1937-1949).
CARROLL, RALPH ELLIOTT, M.S., Assistant Research Professor, Engineering and Industrial
Experiment Station (1940-1946).
CARROLL, WILLIAM RICHARD, Ph.D. (Minnesota), Professor of Bacteriology (1927-1941).
CARSON, ROBERT EMMETT, Ph.D. (Michigan), Professor of Humanities (1946-1946).
CARTER, BONNIE J., B.S., Home Improvement Specialist, Agricultural Extension Service,
Tallahassee (1936-1948).
CARTER, LILLY ISABELLE, M.S. in L.S., Assistant Librarian and Head of Order Depart-
ment, University Library (1943-1944).
CARTER, PATRICIA HADAWAY, Ed.D. (Florida), Interim Teacher, P. K. Yonge Labora-
tory School (1953-1953). (Resigned August 7, 1954).
CARVER, WILLIAM ANGUS, Ph.D. (Iowa State), Agronomist, Agricultural Experiment
Station (1925-1953).
CASON, T. Z., M.D. (Georgia), Director, Department of Medicine of the Graduate
School (1943-1943).
CATE, CHARLES ALLEN, Ed.D. (Texas), Associate Professor of Education and Consultant
in Audio-Visual Services, University Library (1953-1953).
CHACE, JAMES EDWARD, LL.B., Ph.D. (Chicago), Professor of Real Estate and Head of
Department (1930-1946).
CHANDLER, HARLEY WILLARD, M.S., Vice President for Academic Affairs (1923-1954).








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CHAPMAN, WILLIS HARLESTON, M.S., Agronomist, North Florida Experiment Station
(1942-1953).
CHARLES, LESLIE HERBERT, B.S., Associate Professor of Architecture (1952-1952).
CHEN, WAYNE HWA-WEI, Ph.D. (Washington), Associate Professor of Electrical Engi-
neering (1952-1954).
CHERRY, HENRY SPURGEON, M.S., Professor of Physical Education and Head, Department
of Instramural Athletics and Recreation (1942-1952).
CHESNUTWOOD, CHARLES M., Ph.D. (Pennsylvania State), Assistant Professor of Physical
Sciences (1954-1954).
CHIPLEY, EDMUND LEE, B.S.Ch.E., Assistant Research Professor, Engineering and Indus-
trial Experiment Station (1952-1952).
CHOATE, RUSH EDGAR, M.S.A., Associate Professor of Agricultural Engineering and
Associate Agricultural Engineer, Agricultural Experiment Station (1947-1954).
CHOTAS, NICHOLAS E., M.Arch., Assistant Professor of Architecture (1949-1949).
CHRISTIAN, WADE WRIGHT, M.A., Instructor in Education (1952-1952).
CHRISTIE, JESSE ROY, Ph.D. (George Washington), Nematologist, Department of
Entomology, Agricultural Experiment Station (1954-1954).
CLARK, FRED A., M.S.A., Associate Agronomist, Agricultural Experiment Station (1940-
1953).
CLARK, GEORGE RIESS, B.Ch.E., Assistant Research Professor, Engineering and Industrial
Experiment Station (1953-1953).
CLARK, VERNON WILMOT, LL.B., Professor of Law (1946-1946).
CLARK, WASHINGTON AUGUSTUS, M.A., Assistant Professor of English (1931-1937).
CLAYTON, HAROLD GRAY, M.S.A., Director of the Agricultural Extension Service and
County Agent Leader (1917-1947).
CLOSSON, JAMES HARWOOD, M.D. (Hahnemann), D.Sc. (Med.) (Pennsylvania), Univer-
sity Physician-Neuropsychiatrist (1952-1952).
CODY, MADISON DERRELL, M.A., Professor of Botany (1919-1927).
COE, DONALD MELVIN, Ph.D. (Washington State), Assistant Plant Pathologist, Everglades
Experiment Station (1954-1954).
COLDSNOW, LESLIE PAUL, B.S., Major, Transportation Corps, Assistant Professor of
Military Science and Tactics (1952-1952).
COLE, PORTER DAVID PATRICK, D.Phil. (Oxon.), Instructor in the Humanities and
English (1950-1950).
COLVILLE, WILLIAM, M.F., Instructor in Forestry, State Ranger School (1952-1952).
COMBS, ARTHUR WRIGHT, Ph.D. (Ohio State), Professor of Education (1954-1954).
COMINS, HARRISON DURGIN, M.S., Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering (1946-1946).
CONGLETON, JAMES EDMUND, Ph.D. (North Carolina), Professor of English (1937-
1946).
CONNER, FREDERICK WILLIAM, Ph.D. (Pennsylvania), Professor of English (1935-1948).
CONOVER, ROBERT ARMINE. Ph.D. (Illinois), Plant Pathologist, Subtropical Experiment
Station (1947-1948).
CONSTANS, HENRY PHILIP, LL.B., M.A., Professor of Speech and Head of Department
(1929-1937).
COOGLE, ESTHER, M.S., Artist and Assistant in Research, College of Agriculture and
College of Arts and Sciences (1946-1950).
COOK, ALLYN AUSTIN, Ph.D. (Wisconsin), Cooperative Agent, U.S.D.A., Agricultural
Experiment Station (1954-1954).
COOK, CHARLES F., Ph.D. (Rice), Assistant Professor of Physics (1954-1954).








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COOK, RAYMOND ALLEN, Ph.D. (Emory), Assistant Professor of English (1953-1953)
(Resigned August 31, 1954).
COOPER, JOHN FRANCIS, M.S.A., Editor and Head of Editorial Department, Agricultural
Experiment Station and Agricultural Extension Service (1925-1954).
COOPER, LILLIAN, B.A., Assistant Editor, Engineering and Industrial Experiment Station
(1954-1954).
COOPER, NELSON DRENNEN, E.E., Interim Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering
(1954-1954).
CORDTS, ALLEN FREDERICK, Ed.D. (Columbia), Resident Adviser, Men's Residence Halls
(1953-1953).
CORMAN, BERNARD R., Ph.D. (Columbia), Interim Associate Professor of Education
(1954-1954).
CORNELIUS, WILLIAM GRISBY, M.A., Interim Assistant Professor of Political Science
(1954-1954).
CORNWELL, ANNA BERTHA, M.A., Head Resident, Women's Residence Halls (1954-
1954).
COVEY, MARTHA HUNT, M.A., in L.S., Assistant in Reference and Bibliography, Uni-
versity Library (1954-1954).
COVINGTON, HARRISON WALL, M.F.A. Assistant Professor of Art (1949-1952).
COWAN, RUSSELL WALTER, Ph.D. (California), Associate Professor of Mathematics
(1947-1947).
Cox, ERNEST HAYNES, Ph.D. (North Carolina), Professor of English and Logic; Coun-
selor (1947-1947).
Cox, JACK D., Assistant Meteorologist, Weather Forecasting Service (1951-1951).
Cox, ROBERT SIDNEY, Ph.D. (North Carolina State), Associate Plant Pathologist, Ever-
glades Experiment Station (1954-1954).
Cox, WILLIAM CROZIER, M.S.Ed., Major, Assistant Professor of Air Science (1952-1952).
CRALL, JAMES MONROE, Ph.D. (Missouri), Plant Pathologist in Charge, Watermelon
Investigations Laboratory (1952-1954).
CRAMER, WILLIAM H., Ph.D. (Pennsylvania State), Assistant Research Professor, En-
gineering and Industrial Experiment Station (1953-1953).
CRAPS, JOHN ELLIS, Ph.D. (Johns Hopkins), Assistant Professor of German (1939-1952).
CRAVEN, ROY C., B.A., Instructor in Art (1954-1954).
CRAwFORD, CHARLES MERLE, Ph.D. (Illinois), Assistant Professor of Marketing (1949-
1953) (Resigned January 31, 1955).
CREIGHTON, JOHN THOMAS, Ph.D. (Ohio State), Professor of Entomology and Head
of Department (1929-1937).
CRENSHAW, CLYAS LEE, M.S., Assistant Economist, Agricultural Experiment Station
(1953-1953).
CRESAP, IDA KEELING, Librarian, Agricultural Experiment Station (1923-1923).
CREVASSE, JOSEPH M., M.S.A., Superintendent of Grounds and Police (1947-1947).
CREWS, JAMES WILLIAM, M.A.E., Assistant Professor of Education (1948-1954).
CRIST, GEORGE WILLIAM, B.A., Professor of Insurance (1950-1952).
CRIST, RAYMOND E., Docteur es Lettres (Grenoble, France), Research Professor of
Geography (1951-1951).
CROMARTIE, ALICE L., M.S., Assistant Economist in Food Conservation, Agricultural
Extension Service, Tallahassee (1951-1951) (Resigned August 31, 1954).
CRoss, CLARK IRVIN, Ph.D. (Washington), Associate Professor of Geography and
Physical Sciences (1949-1954).
CROWSON, BETTY MAE, M.A.E., Instructor in Physical Education (1949-1949).








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CRUTCHER, GEORGE LEE, M.A.E., Associate Professor of Visual Instruction and Head of
Department, General Extension Division (1946-1946).
CRUZ, ORLANDO EARL, B.S.A., Assistant Soil Surveyor, Agricultural Experiment Station
(1949-1949).
CUMBEE, CARROLL FLEMING, M.A.E., Associate Professor of Education (1936-1946).
CUNHA, TONY JOSEPH, Ph.D. (Wisconsin), Professor of Animal Husbandry and Head of
Department; Animal Husbandman and Head of Department, Agricultural Experiment
Station; Animal Industrialist, Agricultural Extension Service (1948-1950).
CUNNINGHAM, MYRON ARTHUR, Ed.D. (Northwestern), Associate Professor of Educa-
tion (1953-1953).
CURRAN, ROBERT LYNN, Ed.D. (Harvard), Assistant Professor of Education (1952-1952).
CUTLER, RONALD JOHN, Ph.D. (Columbia), Assistant Professor of English (1946-1949).
DALTON, CHARLES HENRY, Major, Infantry, Assistant Professor of Military Science and
Tactics (1952-1952).
DAMRON, CLARENCE FRAZIER, P.E.D. (Indiana), Assistant Professor of Professional
Physical Education (1953-1953).
DANBURG, RUSSELL LAVERNE, M.M., Associate Professor of Music (1948-1949).
DANIS, ANTHONY LEO, M.S., Research Professor, Engineering and Industrial Experiment
Station (1953-1953).
DARBY, JOHN F., Ph.D. (Wisconsin), Assistant Plant Pathologist, Central Florida Experi-
ment Station (1951-1951).
DAUER, MANNING JULIAN, Ph.D. (Illinois), Professor of Political Science and Head of
Department (1933-1950).
DAUPHINAIS, RAYMOND J., B.S., Interim Assistant Professor of Pharmacy (1954-1954).
DAVAULT, JAMES W., Ph.D. (Columbia), Professor of Accounting (1947-1947).
DAVIDSON, ROBERT FRANKLIN, Ph.D. (Yale), Professor of Humanities and Head of
Department (1946-1946).
DAVIS, CLEO R., B.F.A., Interim Assistant Professor of Art (1953-1953) (Resigned
August 7, 1954).
DAVIS, EDWARD ARNOLD, M.A., Assistant Professor of Education; Director, P. K. Yonge
Laboratory School (1951-1951).
DAVIS, GEORGE KELSO, Ph.D. (Cornell), Professor of Animal Nutrition and Animal
Nutritionist, Agricultural Experiment Station (1942-1942).
DAVIS, HELEN CURTIS, M.Ed., Head Resident, Women's Residence Halls (1951-1952).
DAVIS, HORANCE GIBBS, M.A., Instructor in Journalism (1954-1954).
DAVIS, JOHN HENRY, Ph.D. (Chicago), Professor of Botany (1946-1946).
DAVIS, JOHN WESLEY, B.S.A., Assistant in Entomology-Pathology, Citrus Experiment
Station (1951-1951).
DAVIS, MARIAN VICTORIA, M.A., Instructor in Art, P. K. Yonge Laboratory School (1954-
1954).
DAVIS, ROBERT PAUL, M.A., Interim Instructor in Social Sciences (1953-1953).
DAY, JAMES WESTBAY, J.D., Professor of Law (1921-1930).
DAY, RICHARD L., M.A., Instructor in Geography (1950-1950) (On leave 1954-1955).
DEAN, ROLLO HIRAM, Assistant Meteorologist, Weather Forecasting Service (1942-1942).
DECKER, PHARES, Ph.D. (Cornell), Plant Pathologist, Agricultural Experiment Station
(1942-1948).
DEHNER, ALBERT HAROLD, Ph.D. (Ohio State), Professor of Real Estate (1954-1954).
DEINZER, HARVEY T., Ph.D. (Michigan), C.P.A. (Michigan), Professor of Accounting
(1947-1949).








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DELAIRE, DEWEY HAROLD, M.A., Teacher, P. K. Yonge Laboratory School (1953-1953)
(Resigned August 31, 1954).
DELONY, DEXTER, LL.M., Professor of Law (1948-1951).
DENNARD, ROBERT LEE, B.S.B.A., C.P.A., Assistant Comptroller (1953-1954).
DENNIS, ROBERT SOLOMON, B.S.A., Executive Officer, Production and Marketing Admin-
istration, Agricultural Extension Service (1927-1947) (Resigned August 31, 1954).
DENNIS, WALTER ROLAND, D.V.M. (Cornell), Assistant Parasitologist, Agricultural
Experiment Station (1952-1952).
DENNISON, RAYMOND ALEXANDER, Ph.D. (Iowa), Horticulturist and Interim Head of
Department, Agricultural Experiment Station (1945-1954).
DERRICK, CLARENCE, Ph.D. (Chicago), Associate Professor of English and Humanities
(1953-1953).
DESZYCK, EDWARD JOHN, Ph.D. (Purdue), Associate Horiculturist, Citrus Experiment
Station (1950-1950).
DEURLOO, HENRY WILLIAM, M.D. (Michigan), University Physician (1951-1951).
DEWITT, ROBERT M., Ph.D. (Michigan), Assistant Professor of Biological Sciences
(1954-1954).
DIAMANT, ALFRED, M.A., Assistant Professor of Political Science (1950-1952).
DICKEY, DALLAS CLAUDE, Ph.D. (Louisiana State), Professor of Speech (1946-1950).
DICKEY, RALPH DAVIS, M.S.A., Associate Horticulturist, Agricultural Experiment Station
(1927-1951).
DICKINSON, JOSHUA CLIFTON, Ph.D. (Florida), Assistant Professor of Biology and
Curator of Biological Sciences, Florida State Museum (1946-1950).
DICKSON, MARTHALYN ALICE, M.A., Head Resident, Women's Residence Halls (1952-
1953) (Resigned September 10, 1954).
DIETTRICH, SIGISMOND DERUEDESHEIM, Ph.D. (Clark), D.Sc. (Royal Hungarian Palatine-
Joseph), Professor of Geography and Head of Department (1931-1945).
DIETZ, JOHN WAMSER, M.A., Professor of Finance (1940-1946).
DIGHTON, JOHN NETHERTON, LL.B., Assistant Professor of Law (1953-1953) (Resigned
January 31, 1955).
DILLON, ROBERT MORTON, M.Arch., Assistant Professor of Architecture (1950-1952).
DINMAN, ROBERT, M.A., C.P.A. (California), Professor of Accounting (1954-1954).
DIXON, JAMES CANNON, Ph.D. (North Carolina), Associate Professor of Psychology and
Associate, Psychological Clinic (1949-1951).
DOBROVSKY, TODOR MANOLOFF, Ph.D., (Cornell), Assistant Entomologist, Potato Investi-
gations Laboratory (1952-1952).
DODD, JOAN J., M.A., Associate Resident, Women's Residence Halls (1954-1954).
DODSON, BARBARA, M.A., Interim Instructor in Speech (1953-1953).
DODSON, GLENNA ARDATH, M.S., Interim Instructor in Education (1952-1952).
DOHERTY, HERBERT JOSEPH, Ph.D. (North Carolina), Instructor in Social Sciences
(1949-1949).
DOLBEARE, HARWOOD BURROWS, B.A., Professor of Economics (1927-1942).
DONOVAN, CLEMENT HAROLD, Ph.D. (North Carolina), Professor of Economics and
Head of Department (1940-1952).
DORNBUSH, Louis W., B.S., Captain, Corps of Engineers, Assistant Professor of Military
Science and Tactics (1954-1954).
Doss, MARY VIRGINIA, M.A. in L.S., Assistant in Education Library (1953-1953).
DOSTER, WILLIAM CLARK, M.A., Interim Instructor in English (1953-1953).
DOTY, FRANKLIN AHASUERUS, Ph.D. (Iowa), Associate Professor of Social Sciences;
Counselor (1946-1951).








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DOVELL, JUNIUS ELMORE, Ph.D. (North Carolina), Associate Professor of Political
Science and Social Sciences (1946-1951).
DOWD, DAVID LLOYD, Ph.D. (California), Associate Professor of History (1949-1954).
DRAPER, SAMUEL DUANE, M.B.A., C.P.A., Assistant to the Comptroller, Business Office
(1953-1954).
DRESDNER, RICHARD DAVID, Ph.D. (Pennsylvania State), Associate Research Professor,
Engineering and Industrial Experiment Station (1953-1953).
DRIGGERS, JAMES CLYDE, Ph.D. (Florida), Associate Professor of Poultry Husbandry and
Associate Poultry Husbandman, Agricultural Experiment Station (1939-1949).
DROSDOFF, MATTHEW, Ph.D. (Wisconsin), Soil Scientist, U.S.D.A., Agricultural Experi-
ment Station (1954-1954).
DUCHARME, ERNEST PETER, Ph.D. (Minnesota), Associate Plant Pathologist, Citrus
Experiment Station (1946-1951).
DUCKWORTH, FRANK A., LL.B., Assistant Professor of Pharmacy (1948-1950) (Resigned
August 31, 1954).
DUER, MARGARET DICKINSON, B.S. in L.S., Assistant Librarian and Head of Circulation
Department, University Library (1941-1943).
DUFFY, HARRY J., M.Ed., Interim Instructor in Physical Sciences (1953-1953).
DUKE, DOUGLAS, Ph.D. (Chicago), Associate Professor of Astronomy and Physical
Sciences (1951-1954) (Resigned August 31, 1954).
DUNCAN, DAVID BEATTIE, Ph.D. (Iowa State), Professor of Agronomy and Consultant,
Statistical Laboratory (1955-1955).
DUNCAN, HELEN GENE, M.Ed., Associate Resident, Women's Residence Halls (1952-
1952) (Resigned August 8, 1954).
DUNKLE, JOHN ROBERT, M.A., Assistant Professor of Physical Sciences and Geography
(1949-1954).
DUNN, EDGAR STREETER, Ph.D. (Harvard), Assistant Professor of Economics (1947-
1951).
DUNSON, WILLIAM MARTIN, Superintendent of Conservation Reserve (1939-1939).
DURRANCE, CHARLES LIVINGSTON, Ed.D. (Columbia), Professor of Education (1940-
1952).
DUSENBURY, DELWIN BENNETT, Ph.D. (Minnesota), Associate Professor of Speech
(1947-1952).
DUTCHER, RAYMOND ADAMS, D.Sc. (Puerto Rico), Lecturer in Agricultural and Bio-
chemistry, and Consultant in Research (1952-1952).
DWYER, ROY EUGENE, M.Ed., Interim Instructor in Education (1954-1954).
DYER, DONALD RAY, Ph.D. (Northwestern), Assistant Professor of Geography (1950-
1950).
EADIE, DONALD, M.S.E., Assistant Research Professor, Engineering and Industrial Experi-
ment Station (1952-1952).
EARHART, ROBERT WAYNE, Ph.D. (Wisconsin), Plant Pathologist, Agricultural Experi-
ment Station (1951-1951).
EATON, WILLIAM BROWNLOW, M.Arch., Assistant Professor of Architecture (1948-1948).
EBERSOLE, ROBERT PELOT, M.F.A., Instructor in Art (1953-1953).
ECKDAHL, JACK POLK, M.E., Instructor in Physical Education (1951-1951).
EDDINS, AUTHER HAMNER, Ph.D. (Iowa State), Plant Pathologist in Charge, Potato
Investigations Laboratory (1928-1937).
EDMONDSON, CORNELIA, M.S., Assistant Professor of Physical Education and Clinician,
Adapted and Corrective Exercises (1948-1952).









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EDSON, CHARLES GRANT, M.S.E., Associate Professor of Engineering Mechanics (1946-
1951).
EDSON, SETON NORMAN, M.S., Assistant Professor of Soils (1950-1951).
EDWARDS, GEORGE JOHN, B.A., Assistant in Chemistry, Citrus Experiment Station (1953-
1953).
EDWARDS, RICHARD ARCHER, Ph.D. (North Carolina), Professor of Geology and Head
of Department (1940-1948).
EDWARDSON, JOHN RICHARD, Ph.D. (Harvard), Assistant Professor of Agronomy and
Assistant Agronomist, Agricultural Experiment Station (1953-1953).
EGGERT, CHESTER LEE, Ed.D. (Indiana), Professor of Education (1948-1954).
EHLERS, CARROLL WALTER, M.B.A., Assistant Professor of Marketing (1952-1952).
EHNINGER, DOUGLAS WAGNER, Ph.D. (Ohio State), Assistant Professor of Speech (1950-
1950).
EHRMANN, WINSTON WALLACE, Ph.D. (Yale), Professor of Sociology; Head, Marriage
and Family Clinic (1938-1946).
EIBNER, JOHN R., B.A., Assistant Football Coach (1950-1950).
ELKINS, BRONNA MAE, B.S.H.E., Assistant State Girls' 4-H Club Agent, Agricultural
Extension Service, Tallahassee (1952-1952) (On leave 1954-1955).
ELLERBE, HELEN CUBBERLY, B.S. in L.S., Assistant in Cataloging, University Library
(1941-1950).
ELLIOTT, LEONARD PAUL, Ph.D. (Kansas), Professor of Physical Sciences (1948-1953).
ELLIS, DAVID, Ph.D. (Missouri), Associate Professor of Mathematics (1950-1952).
ELMORE, WILLIAM EARL, B.S., C.P.A. (Georgia), Assistant Business Manager, Health
Center (1950-1954).
EMERSON, DAVID LEE, M.S., Assistant Research Professor, Engineering and Industrial
Experiment Station (1944-1944).
EMIG, ELMER JACOB, M.A., Professor of Journalism (1927-1949).
EMMEL, MARK WIRTH, D.V.M. (Iowa State), Professor of Veterinary Science and
Veterinarian, Agricultural Experiment Station (1933-1936).
EMORY, C. WILLIAM, Ph.D. (Ohio State), Associate Professor of Marketing (1948-
1952) (Resigned January 31, 1955).
ENO, CHARLES FRANKLIN, Ph.D. (Purdue), Assistant Soil Microbiologist, Agricultural
Experiment Station (1950-1950).
ESHELMAN, SILAS KENDRICK, J.D., M.E., Associate Professor of Industrial Engineering
(1922-1943).
EUTSLER, ROLAND BYERLY, Ph.D. (Pennsylvania), Acting Dean of the College of Busi-
ness Administration and Professor of Economics (1935-1954).
FAGEN, WILLIAM FREDERICK, M.S., Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering and
Associate Research Professor, Engineering and Industrial Experiment Station (1947-
1949).
FAIN, JOHN TYREE, Ph.D. (Vanderbilt), Professor of English; Counselor (1947-1951).
FAIRING, ROBERT LEWIS, Ph.D. (Pittsburgh), Associate Professor of Citizenship Training
and Head of Department, General Extension Division (1947-1949).
FARBER, ERIC ALEXANDER, Ph.D. (Iowa), Research Professor, Engineering and Industrial
Experiment Station (1954-1954).
FAWCETT, MARY SOLTE, B.A.E., Teacher-Dietitian, P. K. Yonge Laboratory School Cafe-
teria (1937-1937).
FEARNEY, EDWARD MAURICE, B.Arch., A.I.A., Assistant Professor of Architecture (1946-
1948).








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FEASTER, JOHN PIPKIN, Ph.D. (North Carolina), Assistant Animal Nutritionist, Agri.
cultural Experiment Station (1951-1951).
FELIX, GLENN ALLEN, M.A., Resident Adviser, Men's Residence Halls (1954-1954).
FENLON, PAUL E., M.A., Instructor in Economics (1953-1953).
FENN, HENRY ANDERSON, LL.B., Dean of the College of Law and Professor of Law
(1948-1948).
FERGUSON, SARAH CAROLINE, M.S. in L.S., Librarian, P. K. Yonge Laboratory School
(1951-1951).
FERNANDEZ, PEDRO VILLA, M.A., Professor of Spanish (1947-1951).
FIFIELD, WILLARD MERWIN, M.S., Director of the Agricultural Experiment Station (1932-
1950).
FINKLE, JASON L., M.A., Instructor in Social Sciences and Political Science (1953-1953).
FISCH, A. LINCOLN, M.S., Resident Adviser, Men's Residence Halls (1953-1953).
FISHER, FRANCINE, M.S., Assistant Plant Pathologist, Citrus Experiment Station (1946-
1946).
FISKEL, JOHN GARTH AUSTIN, Ph.D. (McGill), Assistant Professor of Soils and Assistant
Biochemist, Agricultural Experiment Station (1951-1951).
FLAGG, NORMAN BYRON, B.S.Arch., Assistant Professor of Architecture (1946-1946).
(Deceased August 3, 1954).
FLANIGAN, FRANK MCCHESNEY, M.S.M.E., Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering
and Associate Research Professor, Engineering andn Industrial Experiment Station
(1947-1954).
FLOWERS, JOHN WILSON, Ph.D. (Virginia), Professor of Physics (1947-1953).
FLOYD, JOE S., Ph.D. (North Carolina), Associate Professor of Finance (1950-1952).
FOGLE, STEPHEN FRANCIS, Ph.D. (Illinois), Associate Professor of English (1946-1946).
FOLDBERG, HENRY CHRISTIAN, Assistant Football Coach (1952-1952).
FOOTE, PERRY ALBERT, Ph.D. (Wisconsin), Dean of the College of Pharmacy and Pro-
fessor of Pharmaceutical Chemistry; Director, Bureau of Professional Relations
(1928-1949).
FORD, ERNEST S., Ph.D. (Chicago), Professor of Botany (1947-1949).
FORD, HARRY W., Ph.D. (Ohio State), Assistant Horticulturist, Citrus Experiment Sta-
tion (1950-1950).
FORDHAM, LEON FRANCIS, M.A., B.S. in L.S., Assistant in Circulation, University Library
(1953-1953).
FORDYCE, JOSEPH WARDER, Ed.D. (Florida), Assistant Professor of Education (1951-
1953).
FORSEE, WILLIAM THOMAS, Ph.D. (Florida), Chemist in Charge, Everglades Experiment
Station (1937-1952).
FOSTER, CHARLES RICHARD, Ed.D. (Harvard), Professor of Education and Head of
Counseling, Placement and Graduate Studies in Education (1947-1950).
FOUTS, EVERETT LINCOLN, Ph.D. (Iowa State), Professor of Dairy Science and Head of
Department; Head, Department of Dairy Science, Agricultural Experiment Station
(1940-1949).
FOWLER, TALBERT B., LL.B., Assistant Law Librarian (1949-1949) (Resigned July 31,
1954).
Fox, LAURETTA EWING, Ph.D. (Illinois), Assistant Professor of Pharmacognosy and
Pharmacology (1949-1949).
Fox, WILLIAM MCNAIR, Ph.D. (Ohio State), Assistant Professor of Industrial Relations
and Management (1954-1954).









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FRANKE, GUSTAV HENRY, B.S.E.E., Major, Artillery, Assistant Professor of Military
Science and Tactics (1952-1952).
FRANKS, LEE EMERY, M.S., Interim Assistant Professor of Journalism and Communica-
tions (1954-1954).
FRAZER, PERCY WARNER, M.F., Associate Professor of Forest Management (1937-1949).
FREDERICK, WILLIAM, B.E.E., Assistant Research Professor, Engineering and Industrial
Experiment Station (1953-1953).
FREEMAN, GEORGE ROLAND, B.S.A., Superintendent of Field Operations, Agricultural
Experiment Station (1950-1950).
FREEMAN, RICHARD D., C.W.O., Administrative Assistant, Military Science and Tactics
(1954-1954).
FREEMAN, WATSON L., B.M.E., Research Assistant, Engineering and Industrial Experi-
ment Station (1953-1953).
FRENCH, A. LEE, M.Ag., Instructor in Agricultural Economics (1948-1948) (On leave
1954-1955).
FRENCH, ROWLAND BARNES, Ph.D. (Iowa), Biochemist, Agricultural Experiment Sta-
tion (1935-1943).
FREYBURGER, STEWART WALTER, M.S., Instructor in Pharmacology and Pharmacognosy
(1950-1950).
FRISTOE, CHARLES WESLEY, Ph.D. (Illinois), Assistant Professor of Economics (1950-
1950).
FRY, FOREST, B.S., Captain, Assistant Professor of Air Science (1953-1953).
FRYMIER, JACK RIMMEL, M.Ed., Teacher, P. K. Yonge Laboratory School (1954-1954).
FULLAGER, WILLIAM ALFRED, Ed.D. (Columbia), Associate Professor of Education
(1948-1953).
FULLER, DAVID DOWD, M.Ed., Baseball Coach and Assistant Football Coach (1946-
1946).
FUNK, ARTHUR LAYTON, Ph.D. (Chicago), Associate Professor of Humanities and His-
tory (1946-1946) (On leave 1954-1955).
FURMAN, THOMAS DESAUSSURE, M.S.C.E., Associate Professor of Civil Engineering and
Associate Research Professor, Engineering and Industrial Experiment Station (1951-
1953).
GADDUM, LEONARD WILLIAM, Ph.D. (Missouri), Professor of Physical Sciences and
Head of Department (1926-1939) (Deceased July 27, 1954).
GAGER, WILLIAM ATKINS, Ph.D. (Peabody), Professor of Mathematics (1942-1949).
GAITANIS, Louis ANDREW, LL.B., M.A., Associate Professor of Business Law and Social
Insurance; Chairman, Placement Service, College of Business Administration (1946-
1951).
GALLATIN, MELVIN HERMAN, B.S.A., Cooperative Soil Conservationist, Subtropical Ex-
periment Station (1947-1949).
GALLAWAY, FRAZIER T., M.S., Agricultural Statistician, Agricultural Experiment Station
(1953-1953).
GALTON, MILDRED MORTON, M.Sc., Assistant Professor of Bacteriology (1953-1953).
GAMMON, NATHAN, Ph.D. (Ohio State), Soils Chemist, Agricultural Experiment Sta-
tion (1946-1946).
GANO, OVID RAYMOND, B.E.E., Assistant Research Professor, Engineering and Industrial
Experiment Station (1944-1947).
GARRIS, EDWARD WALTER, Ph.D. (Peabody), D.Sc. (Clemson), Professor of Education
and Head of Agricultural Education (1927-1927).









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GATTIS, REID WILLIAMS, LL.B., Assistant Professor of Real Estate (1951-1952) (Resigned
August 16, 1954).
GAY, JAMES M., B.A.J., Director of Sports Publicity (1951-1954).
GEHAN, FREDERICK EDWARD, M.A.E., Assistant Professor of English (1946-1946).
GELTZ, CHARLES GOTTLIEB, M.S.F., Professor of Silviculture (1946-1946).
GEMMER, EUGENE W., M.F., Assistant Professor of Forestry, State Ranger School (1949-
1949).
GENUNG, WILLIAM GORDON, M.S., Assistant Entomologist, Everglades Experiment Sta-
tion (1949-1949).
GEORG, JAMES GONDER, Assistant Meteorologist Weather Forecasting Service (1952-
1952).
GERALDSON, CARROLL MORTON, Ph.D. (Wisconsin), Assistant Horticulturist, Gulf
Coast Experiment Station (1951-1951).
GERBER, DOLORES, M.S., Research Assistant, Cancer Research Laboratory (1953-1953).
GIBSON, ROBERT ELMO, M.Ed., Teacher, P. K. Yonge Laboratory School (1953-1953).
GILDEA, RAY YEAKLE, M.A., Interim Instructor in Geography (1953-1953).
GILLESPIE, STUART EDGAR, B.A., Captain, Assistant Professor of Air Science (1954-
1954).
GILLON, OSCAR GRADY, B.A., Major, Assistant Professor of Air Science (1951-1951).
GILMAN, ROBERT LouIS, B.S.A., Assistant in Agronomy, Agricultural Experiment Station
(1950-1950).
GLICKSBERG, MANDELL, LL.B., Assistant Professor of Law (1953-1953).
GLOCKLIN, VERA C., M.Sc., Assistant in Research, Cancer Research Laboratory (1953-
1953).
GLUNT, JAMES DAVID, Ph.D. (Michigan), Professor of History and Americanism (1923-
1938).
GODWIN, GRANT MURRAY, M.Ag., Assistant State Boys' 4-H Club Agent, Agricultural
Extension Service (1952-1953).
GODWIN, MARSHALL REID, Ph.D. (Cornell), Associate Professor of Agricultural Eco-
nomics and Associate Marketing Economist, Agricultural Experiment Station (1950-
1950).
GOEN, OLIVER FORREST, D.V.M. (Texas A&M), Animal Husbandman, Agricultural
Extension Service (1949-1950) (On leave 1954-1955) (Resigned October 31, 1954).
GOGGIN, JOHN M., Ph.D. (Yale), Associate Professor of Sociology and Anthropology
(1948-1948).
GOIN, COLMAN JETT, Ph.D. (Florida), Associate Professor of Biological Sciences
(1942-1951).
GOLD, MARTIN, M.Ed., Instructor in Physical Education (1950-1950).
GOMEZ, OSBORNE LORRAINE, B.A., Teaching Assistant, Surveys and Research, General
Extension Division (1953-1953).
GONZALEZ, JUAN ORTAS, M.S.Ch.E., Instructor in Mechanical Engineering (1952-1952).
GOODWIN, FRANK, Ph.D. (Pennsylvania), Professor of Marketing (1947-1949).
GORDON, MORTON M., Ph.D. (Washington), Associate Professor of Physics (1950-
1954).
GORMAN, ALICE CARTER, M.A., Teacher, P. K. Yonge Laboratory School (1951-1951)
(Resigned August 31, 1954).
GORMSEN, SVEND THEODORE, Ph.D. (Florida), Assistant Professor of Mathematics
(1947-1952) (Resigned September 9, 1954).
GOULD, GEORGE HERBERT, B.S.C.E., Major, Assistant Professor of Air Science (1952-
1952).









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GRADY, EUNICE, M.S., Assistant to State Home Demonstration Agent in Trainee Work,
Agricultural Extension Service, Tallahassee (1934-1953).
GRAEFFE, ARNOLD DIDIER, Ph.D.(Berlin), Associate Professor of Humanities (1948-
1948).
GRAHAM, BERT WILSON, B.S.B.A., Director of Food Services (1952-1952).
GRAMLING, LEA GENE, Ph.D.(Florida), Associate Professor of Pharmaceutical Chemistry
(1946-1949).
GRANBERRY, JULIAN M., B.A., Teaching Assistant in Social Sciences (1953-1953).
GRAND, JOHN LOUIS ROCHON, M.A., A.I.A., Professor of Architecture and Head of De-
partment; Head, University Center of the Arts (1937-1948).
GRANDIO, PHILIP, B.Ch.E., Research Assistant, Engineering and Industrial Experiment
Station (1953-1953).
GRAVELY, LUCIUS BROCKENBOROUGH, M.S.B., University Cashier (1951-1951).
GRAY, BETTY SUE, M.S., Assistant in Research, Engineering and Industrial Experiment
Station (1952-1952) (Resigned September 15, 1954).
GRAY, LEON ARCHIBALD, M.A.E., Assistant Professor of Education (1941-1948).
GRAZIER, ROBERT THEODORE, M.A., B.S. in L.S., Associate Professor of Library Science
and Assistant Director of Libraries (1950-1951).
GREATHOUSE, GLENN ARTHUR, Ph.D.(Duke), Interim Research Professor, Engineering
and Industrial Experiment Station (1951-1951).
GREEN, ELEANOR KUHLMAN, M.A.E., Assistant Professor of Education (1938-1954).
GREEN, PATRICIA LUCILLE, M.S.W., Head Resident, Women's Residence Halls (1952-
1953). (Resigned September 1, 1954).
GREEN, VICTOR EUGENE, Ph.D. (Purdue), Assistant Agronomist, Everglades Experi-
ment Station (1951-1951).
GREENE, CALVIN CLAY, M.S.M.E., Director of Plant and Grounds and Campus Engineer
(1950-1950).
GREENE, ROBERT EDWARD LEE, Ph.D. (Cornell), Professor of Agricultural Economics
and Agricultural Economist, Agricultural Experiment Station (1948-1948).
GREENMAN, JOHN ROOSEVELT, LL.B., Professor of Agricultural Economics (1939-1945).
GREGG, JAMES HENDERSON, Ph.D. (Princeton), Assistant Professor of Biology (1951-
1951).
GREGG, ROBERT, M.E., LL.D. (Tusculum), Lecturer in Industrial Engineering (1951-
1951).
GREINER, JOHN WILLIAM, M.A., Assistant Professor of Physical Sciences (1950-1954).
GRIERSON-JACKSON, WILLIAM R. F., Ph.D. (Cornell), Assistant Chemist, Citrus Ex-
periment Station (1952-1952).
GRIFFIN, ROBERT CUSHMAN, B.S.J., Assistant Professor and Head of Publications, Gen-
eral Extension Division (1949-1951).
GRIFFITH, LEON ODELL, M.A., Promotion Manager and Assistant Editor, University
Press (1950-1950). (Resigned August 31, 1954).
GRIFFITH, MILDRED MASON, Ph.D. (California), Assistant Professor of Biological
Sciences (1950-1950).
GRIFFITHS, AUSTIN, M.S., Assistant Horticulturist, Agricultural Experiment Station
(1950-1951).
GRIGSBY, MAC G., B.A., Custodian of Buildings (1948-1950).
GRIGSBY, SHAW EARL, Ph.D.(Cornell), Interim Assistant Professor of Social Sciences
(1953-1953).
GRINTER, LINTON E., Ph.D.(Illinois), Dean of the Graduate School; Director of Re-
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GRISSOM, EUGENE EDWARD, M.F.A., Assistant Professor of Art (1953-1953).
GRIZZARD, HARRY McNEIL, B.S., Colonel, Infantry, Professor of Military Science and
Tactics (1954-1954).
GROBMAN, ARNOLD BRAMS, Ph.D. (Rochester), Director, Florida State Museum; Asso-
ciate Professor of Biology (1946-1952).
GRODSKY, MAY ROMAN, B.A., Assistant in Serials, University Library (1951-1951).
GROPP, ARMIN HENRY, Ph.D. (Oregon) Associate Professor of Chemistry (1947-1951).
GROTH, JOHN HENRY, Ph.D. (Washington), Professor of Humanities (1946-1946).
GRYDER, JOSEPHINE MEADE, M.S., Assistant in Research, Cancer Research Laboratory
(1953-1953).
GUISTWHITE, JACK COLE, B.S.B.A., Tabulating Supervisor, Office of the Registrar (1947-
1947).
GUITERAS, GEORGE GUSTAVO, M.D. (Pennsylvania), University Physician (1949-1949).
GUTHRIE, FRANK EDWIN, Ph.D. (Illinois), Assistant Entomologist, North Florida Ex-
periment Station (1952-1952) (Resigned July 31, 1954).
GUZMAN, VICTOR LIONEL, Ph.D. (Cornell), Assistant Horticulturist, Everglades Experi-
ment Station ((1952-1952).
HACKLER, WILLIAM CULLEN, Ph.D. (North Carolina State), Assistant Professor of
Chemical Engineering and Assistant Research Professor, Engineering and Industrial
Experiment Station (1952-1952).
HADLOCK, EDWIN HAROLD, Ph.D. (Cornell), Professor of Mathematics (1948-1953).
HAINES, ALEYNE CLAYTON, Ed.D. (Illinois), Associate Professor of Education (1952-
1952).
HAINES, LEWIS FRANCIS, Ph.D. (Michigan), Professor of Humanities; Director, Univer-
sity of Florida Press (1941-1950).
HALE, LESTER LEONARD, Ph.D. (Louisiana State), Professor of Speech; Associate,
Speech and Hearing Clinic (1935-1949).
HALL, CHESLEY BARKER, Ph.D. (Cornell), Assistant Horticulturist, Agricultural Experi-
ment Station (1950-1950).
HALL, DALE STANLEY, M.P.E., Assistant Football Coach (1952-1952).
HALLAM, THOMAS BANCROFT, B.S., Assistant in Entomology-Pathology, Citrus Experi-
ment Station (1954-1954).
HALPERIN, DON A., B.S.A.E., Assistant Professor of Architecture (1953-1953).
HALSEY, LAWRENCE HENRY, M.S.A., Assistant Horticulturist, Agricultural Experiment
Station (1948-1948).
HAMILTON, HENRY GLENN, Ph.D. (Cornell), Professor of Agricultural Economics and
Head of Department; Agricultural Economist and Head of Department, Agricultural
Experiment Station; Agricultural Economist, Agricultural Extension Service (1923-
1950).
HAMILTON, JEFFERSON MERRITT, B.S.Arch., A.I.A., Consulting Architect (1947-1948).
HAMILTON, MAX GREENE, Ph.D. (Cornell), Assistant Horticulturist, Everglades Experi-
ment Station, (1953-1953) (Resigned July 23, 1954).
HAMMOND, EUGENE ASHBY, Ph.D. (North Carolina), Associate Professor of Social Sci-
ences; Counselor (1942-1946).
HAMMOND, LUTHER CARLISLE, Ph.D. (Iowa State), Assistant Professor of Soils and
Assistant Soil Physicist, Agricultural Experiment Station (1950-1950).
HAMPSON, CHARLES MARLOWE, M.S., Professor of Agricultural Extension and Economist,
Agricultural Extension Service (1937-1950).
HANCOCK, LAUREL SUSAN, M.A., Associate Resident, Women's Residence Halls (1954-
1954).









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HANNA, EDWARD CLARKE, B.S., Instructor in Journalism (1951-1951) (Resigned August
22, 1954).
HANNA, PAUL LAMONT, Ph.D. (Stanford), Professor of Social Sciences (1939-1946).
HANSEN, ROSE CLAIRE, B.S., Instructor in Art (1953-1953) (Resigned August 31, 1954).
HANSON, BERNARD ALLEN, M.A., Assistant Professor of Humanities (1947-1954).
HANSON, WARREN DURWARD, Ph.D. (Purdue), Associate Professor of Agronomy and
Consultant, Statistical Laboratory (1949-1954) (Resigned July 31, 1954).
HARDING, MARY ELIZABETH, M.A., Associate Resident, Women's Residence Halls (1954-
1954).
HARDY, ALBERT VICTOR, M.D. (Toronto), D.P.H. (Johns Hopkins), Professor of Bac
teriology (1953-1953).
HARKNESS, DONALD RAY, M.A., Instructor in English (1950-1950).
HARKNESS, ROY WENDELL, Ph.D. (California), Assistant Chemist, Subtropical Experi-
ment Station (1945-1945).
HARLAN, WILLIAM EDWARDS, M.A.E., Assistant Professor of Physical Education (1949-
1954).
HARLEY, JAMES HADLEY, B.C.E., Major, Assistant Professor of Air Science (1951-
1951) (Resigned October 28, 1954).
HARLOW, JUSTIN EDWARDS, Ph.D. (Florida), Associate Professor of Psychology; Head,
Psychological Clinic (1948-1954).
HARPER, CECIL FREDERICK, B.S., M.E., Major, Assistant Professor of Air Science (1951-
1951) (Resigned July 1, 1954).
HARRELL, GEORGE THOMAS, M.D. (Duke), Dean of the College of Medicine and Pro-
fessor of Medicine (1954-1954).
HARRIS, DAVID PAYNE, Ph.D. (Michigan), Instructor in English (1954-1954).
HARRIS, HENRY CLAYTON, Ph.D. (Cornell), Agronomist, Agricultural Experiment Station
(1943-1947).
HARRISON, DALTON SIDNEY, M.S.A., Assistant Agricultural Engineer, Everglades Experi-
ment Station (1953-1953).
HARRISON, JOHN A., Ph.D. (California), Associate Professor of History (1949-1954).
HART, FREEMAN HANSFORD, Ph.D. (Columbia), Associate Professor of Humanities
(1946-1950).
HART, THOMAS ALONZO EDWARD, Ph.D. (Michigan), Professor of Humanities (1946-
1954).
HARTMANN, FREDERICK H., Ph.D. (Princeton), Associate Professor of Political Science
(1948-1952).
HARVIN, RICHARD LAWSON, M.Ch.E., Assistant Professor of Chemical Engineering and
Assistant Research Professor, Engineering and Industrial Experiment Station (1947-
1947).
HASKELL, ALBERT RUSSELL, M.S., Instructor in Pharmacognosy and Pharmacology (1951-
1951).
HAUPT, CHARLES S., B.S.P., Associate Director, Bureau of Professional Relations, College
of Pharmacy (1950-1950).
HAVARD, WILLIAM C., M.A., Assistant Professor of Political Science (1953-1953).
HAWKINS, JOHN ERSKINE, Ph.D. (Pennsylvania), Professor of Chemistry; Director,
Naval Stores Research (1935-1944).
HAYES, FRANCIS CLEMENT, Ph.D. (North Carolina), Associate Professor of Spanish
(1946-1946).
HAYNIE, JOHN DALE, B.S.A., Apiculturist, Agricultural Extension Service (1947-1947).








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HAYSLIP, NORMAN CALVIN, B.S.A., Associate Entomologist, Everglades Experiment
Station (1943-1947).
HAZEN, MARION WILLIAM, M.S., Animal Husbandman in Charge, West Central Florida
Experiment Station (1952-1952).
HEATH, H. DUANE, Ph.D. (Stanford), Assistant Professor of Biology (1953-1953)
(Resigned August 31, 1954).
HELD, NAOMI EDWARDS, B.S. in L.S., Assistant in Cataloging, University Library (1943-
1954).
HELPER, WILLIAM CHARLES, M.Ed., Teacher, P. K. Yonge Laboratory School (1953-
1953).
HELMS, CLYDE CALLON, M.S.A., Assistant Agronomist, Watermelon Investigations
Laboratory (1950-1950).
HENDERSON, JOSEPH RUSSELL, M.S.A., Agronomist, Agricultural Extension Service (1937-
1947).
HENDERSON, LEON NESBITT, Ed.D. (Columbia), Professor of Education (1940-1945).
HENDRICKSON, ELLWOOD ROBERT, Ph.D. (Wisconsin), Associate Professor of Civil Engi-
neering and Associate Research Professor, Engineering and Industrial Experiment
Station (1950-1950).
HENDRICKSON, RUDOLPH, B.S., Assistant Chemist, Citrus Experiment Station (1947-
1947).
HENDRIX, WILSON HOUSE, B.S.E., Major, Assistant Professor of Air Science (1951-
1951) (Resigned September 20, 1954).
HENTGES, JAMES FRANKLIN, Ph.D. (Wisconsin), Assistant Professor of Animal Hus-
bandry and Assistant Animal Husbandman, Agricultural Experiment Station (1952-
1952).
HERBERT, JOHN HENRY, M.S.A., Assistant Soil Conservationist, Agricultural Extension
Service (1954-1954).
HERBERT, THOMAS WALTER, Ph.D. (Princeton), Professor of English (1946-1951).
HERNDON, THOMAS GLENN, M.S.F., Assistant Professor of Forestry Management (1949-
1953).
HERSPERGER, SAMUEL PEERCE, B.E.E., Instructor in Electrical Engineering and Assistant
in Research, Engineering and Industrial Experiment Station (1950-1950).
HERZBERG, MENDEL, Ph.D. (California), Assistant Professor of Bacteriology (1954-
1954).
HESKIN, OSCAR EDWARD, Ph.D. (Minnesota), Professor of Economics (1938-1946).
HESTER, JANICE PARHAM, B.S. in L.S., Assistant in Cataloging, University Library (1927-
1946).
HETENYI, LAZZLO JOSEPH, M.A., Assistant Professor of Logic and Humanities (1950-
1950).
HETRICK, LAWRENCE ANDREW, Ph.D. (Ohio State), Associate Professor of Entomology
(1947-1951).
HEWSON, KATHLEEN, M.S., Assistant in Research, Cancer Research Laboratory (1953-
1953).
HIATT, LELAND WILBUR, Director of Alumni Affairs (1952-1952).
HICKS, DORA ADELINE, Ed.D. (Texas), Associate Professor of Health Education (1948-
1948).
HIGGINS, MATT, M.D. (Cincinnati), Collaborator, Cancer Research Laboratory (1954-
1954).
HIGLEY, ROBERT PAUL, B.S.B.A., Major, Transportation Corps, Assistant Professor of
Military Science and Tactics (1953-1953).









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HILL, CLIFTON CARR, M.S., Associate Professor of Engineering Mechanics (1947-1947).
HILL, THOMAS JORDAN, Ed.D. (Florida), Assistant Professor, P. K. Yonge Laboratory
School (1951-1954).
HILLIARD, PAULINE, Ed.D. (Columbia), Professor of Education (1950-1952).
HINCKLEY, ELMER DUMOND, Ph.D. (Chicago), Professor of Psychology and Head of
Department; Associate, Psychological Clinic (1925-1951).
HINE, EDWARD BUCKINGHAM, M.E., Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering
(1952-1952).
HINES, VYNCE ALBERT, Ed.D. (Illinois), Professor of Education (1947-1953).
HINTERMISTER, JOHN H., B.S., Assistant Director of Food Services (1954-1954).
HIPPLE, WALTER JOHN, Ph.D. (Chicago), Assistant Professor of Humanities (1952-
1952).
HIXSoN, IMOGENE, B.S. in L.S., Assistant Librarian in Cataloging, University Library
(1949-1952).
Ho, KuO-CHu, Ph.D. (Notre Dame), Interim Assistant Professor of Physics (1953-
1953).
HOBDAY, HENRY CLARK, Major, Assistant Professor of Air Science (1951-1951).
HOCK, LOUISE E., Ed.D. (Columbia), Assistant Professor of Education (1953-1953).
HODGES, ELVER MYRON, Ph.D. (Rutgers), Agronomist, Range Cattle Experiment Sta-
tion (1941-1949).
HODGES, HENRY GREEN, Ph.D. (Pennsylvania), Professor of Management (1949-
1951).
HODGES, JAMES ROLAND, Ph.D. (North Carolina), Assistant Professor of English (1950-
1950).
HODGES, VERNON S., M.Arch., Interim Assistant Professor of Architecture (1954-1954).
HOFFMAN, CHARLES A., M.Ed., Interim Instructor in Mathematics (1954-1954).
HOLBROOK, HOLLIS HOWARD, B.F.A., Professor of Art (1938-1948).
HOLLOWAY, ETHEL CLIO, B.S., District Home Demonstration Agent, Agricultural Ex-
tension Service, Tallahassee (1926-1937).
HOLMGREN, JOHN DANIEL, Ph.D. (Florida), Instructor in Chemical Engineering and
Assistant in Research, Engineering and Industrial Experiment Station (1952-1952)
(On leave 1954-1955).
HOLSTEIN, HELEN D., M.A., Assistant Economist in Food Conservation, Agricultural
Extension Service, Tallahassee (1952-1952).
HOLTSBERG, HAROLD ISIDOR, B.S.A., Assistant in Entomology-Pathology, Citrus Experi-
ment Station (1950-1950).
HOOSER, HOBART, M.A., Assistant Football Coach (1950-1950).
HOOVER, JOHN WESLEY, M.S.A.E., Associate Professor of Aeronautical Engineering
(1951-1951).
HOOVER, MAURICE WILLIAM, Ph.D. (Florida), Assistant Horticulturist, Agricultural
Experiment Station (1952-1952).
HORNE, EDWARD PORTER, Ph.D. (Iowa), Associate Professor of Psychology (1949-
1949).
HORNER, EARL STEWART, Ph.D. (Cornell), Assistant Agronomist, Agricultural Experi-
ment Station (1950-1950).
HOVEY, SCOTT WILLIAM, J.D., Associate Professor of Business Law (1952-1952).
HOWARD, DONALD ROY, Ph.D. (Florida), Interim Instructor in English (1954-1954).
HUFFMAN, JACOB BRAINARD, D.F. (Duke), Assistant Professor of Forest Products Tech-
nology (1952-1952).









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HUGHES, CHARLES ROY, M.A., Associate Professor of Correspondence Study Instruction
and Head of Department, General Extension Division (1933-1946).
HULL, FRED HAROLD, Ph.D. (Iowa State), Agronomist and Head of Department, Agricul-
tural Experiment Station (1927-1948).
HUNDERTMARK, ELAINE, M.A., Instructor in Mathematics (1953-1953).
HUNTER, WILLIAM ARMSTRONG, S.J.D. (Harvard), Professor of Law (1949-1949).
HURFF, GEORGE BRIAN, Ph.D. (Pennsylvania), Director, Bureau of Economic and Busi-
ness Research and Research Professor (1948-1949).
HUSA, WILLIAM JOHN, Ph.D. (Iowa), Professor of Pharmacy and Head of Department
(1923-1923).
HUSSEY, ROLAND FOUNTAIN, Sc.D. (Harvard), Assistant Professor of Biological Sciences
1953-1954).
HUTCHERSON, WILLIAM ROBERT, Ph.D. (Cornell), Professor of Mathematics (1949-
1949).
HUTTON, CURTIS EVAN, Ph.D. (Iowa State), Vice Director in Charge, West Florida
Experiment Station (1949-1949).
ILEY, JAMES RICHARD, B.S., Research Assistant, Agricultural Experiment Station (1954-
1954).
INGLE, KELSEY HUDLESON, M.A., Instructor, P. K. Yonge Laboratory School (1945-
1952).
JACKSON, ELMO LOUIS, Ph.D. (Harvard), Associate Professor of Economics (1946-
1946).
JACUNSKI, EDWARD WALTER, M.A.E., Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering
(1947-1954).
JAFFE, THEODORE, M.S.E., Associate Professor of Civil Engineering and Associate Re-
search Professor, Engineering and Industrial Experiment Station (1950-1954).
JAGGI, MARTIN PAUL, Ph.D. (Berne, Switzerland), Associate Professor of Physics (1953-
1953).
JAMISON, FRANK STOVER, Ph.D. (Cornell), Horticulturist, Agricultural Experiment Sta-
tion and Vegetable Crops Specialist, Agricultural Extension Service (1934-1934).
JEFFERIES, MILDRED B., M.P.H., Assistant Professor of Bacteriology (1953-1953).
JEFFERS, ROBERT LEE, Ph.D. (Wisconsin), Associate Agronomist, West Florida Experi-
ment Station (1954-1954).
JENSON, ANTHONY SVEND, B.S., Assistant Farm Forester, Agricultural Extension Service
(1953-1953).
JOHNS, ROE LYELL, Ph.D. (Columbia), Professor of Education and Head of Administra-
tion and Field Service (1946-1948).
JOHNSON, ADRAIN EARL, M.S., Assistant in Research, Engineering and Industrial Experi-
ment Station (1954-1954).
JOHNSON, CARL HENRY, Ph.D. (Washington), Professor of Pharmacognosy and Pharm-
acology; Director, Medicinal Plant Gardens (1939-1954).
JOHNSON, JOSEPH STUART, Ph.D. (Iowa State), Assistant Dean of the College of Engi-
neering and Professor of Electrical Engineering (1946-1947) (Resigned September
15, 1954).
JOHNSON, MCMI.LAN HOUSTON, B.S.Arch., Associate Professor of Architecture (1946-
1948).
JOHNSON, RAYMOND CLARENCE, M.S.E., Associate Research Professor, Engineering and
Industrial Experiment Station (1946-1952).
JOHNSON, RICHARD SADLER, B.S.P., Registrar (1933-1939).









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JOHNSON, ROGER BURR, Ph.D. (Cornell), Interim Assistant Entomologist, Citrus Ex-
periment Station (1952-1952).
JOHNSON, WARREN OSWALD, B.A., Meteorologist in Charge, Weather Forecasting Serv-
ice (1935-1938).
JOINER, JASPER NEWTON, B.S.A., Assistant Horticulturist, Agricultural Extension Service
(1950-1953).
JONES, ANNE HARRISON, B.S., Assistant Registrar (1941-1952).
JONES, DAVID WILSON, M.S.A., Assistant Soils Technologist, Range Cattle Experiment
Station (1946-1946).
JONES, EDMUND RUFFIN, Ph.D. (Virginia), Professor of Biology (1946-1947).
JONES, ELISE CECILE, B.A., Assistant in Research, Bureau of Economic and Business
Research (1953-1953).
JONES, ERNEST MCCLAIN, LL.B., Associate Professor of Law (1954-1954).
JONES, JOHN PAUL, M.A., Professor of Journalism (1948-1951).
JONES, OSCAR FREDERICK, Ph.D. (Stanford), Associate Professor of German (1937-
1945).
JONES, RICHARD EDWARD, Assistant Football Coach (1951-1951).
JONES, WILLIAM ELLIS, B.S.B.A., Business Manager (1948-1954).
JONES, WILLIAM HUGH, M.Ag., Assistant Superintendent of Field Operations, Agricul-
tural Experiment Station (1953-1953).
JOROLAN, ESTHER PLAZA, M.S., Assistant in Research, Engineering and Industrial Experi-
ment Station (1954-1954).
KACERE, JOHN C., M.F.A., Assistant Professor of Art (1953-1953).
KALCH, LESTER W., B.S.A., Assistant in Poultry Husbandry, Agricultural Extension
Service (1951-1954).
KANTOR, HARRY, Ph.D. (California), Assistant Professor of Political Science (1952-
1952).
KARHU, VICTOR JOHN, M.Ed., Teacher, P. K. Yonge Laboratory School (1952-1952).
KARP, J. ROBERT, M.A., Assistant Professor of Economics (1949-1949) (On leave first
semester 1954-1955).
KATTERHENRY, ARNOLD ALLEN, B.C.E., Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering (1948-
1948).
KAUFFMAN, INGEBORG SALOMON, M.A. in L.S., Assistant in Cataloging, University
Library (1951-1951).
KAUFMAN, CLEMENS MARCUS, Ph.D. (Minnesota), Director of School of Forestry and
Professor of Forestry (1951-1951).
KELBERT, DAVID GUSTAF ALFRED, Associate Horticulturist, Gulf Coast Experiment
Station (1923-1946).
KELLY, BRUCE WILLIAM, Ph.D. (Florida), Assistant Agricultural Economist, Agricultural
Experiment Station (1951-1953).
KELSAY, ROBERT GENE, M.A., Teaching Assistant in Social Sciences (1954-1954).
KELSHEIMER, EUGENE GILLESPIE, Ph.D. (Ohio State), Entomologist, Gulf Coast Experi-
ment Station (1942-1942).
KENDALL, GLADYS HARBAUGH, B.A., Home Industries and Marketing Specialist, Agricul-
tural Extension Service, Tallahassee (1937-1949).
KEPHART, RALPH CLAUDE, M.S., Assistant Professor of Industrial Engineering and
Assistant Research Professor, Engineering and Industrial Experiment Station (1953-
1953).
KERNS, WILLIAM HOLCOMB, B.S.J., Assistant Editor, News Bureau (1954-1954).








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KERR, STRATTON HORSBURG, Ph.D. (Cornell), Assistant Entomologist, Agricultural Ex-
periment Station (1953-1953).
KESSLER, CHARLES JOSEPH, B.S.M.E., Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering
(1952-1952).
KESSLER, WILLIAM JOSEPH, Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering and Assistant
Research Professor, Engineering and Industrial Experiment Station (1943-1945).
KESTERSON, JAMES WALTER, M.S., Associate Chemist, Citrus Experiment Station (1947-
1947).
KIDD, KENNETH PAUL, Ph.D. (Peabody), Associate Professor of Education (1938-1949).
KIDDER, RALPH WYMAN, M.S., Associate Animal Husbandman, Everglades Experiment
Station (1932-1945).
KIKER, JOHN EWING, M.C.E., Professor of Civil Engineering and Research Professor,
Engineering and Industrial Experiment Station (1947-1949).
KILBY, JOHN DAVIS, Ph.D. (Florida), Assistant Professor of Biology (1947-1950).
KILLGORE, EARL HENDERSON, B.S., Lt. Colonel, Assistant Professor of Air Science (1954-
1954).
KILLINGER, GORDON BEVERLY, Ph.D. (Iowa State), Agronomist, Agricultural Experiment
Station (1941-1943).
KILPATRICK, WYLIE, Ph.D. (Brookings), Research Economist, Bureau of Economic and
Business Research (1948-1948).
KINCAID, RANDALL RICH, Ph.D. (Missouri), Plant Pathologist, North Florida Experi-
ment Station (1929-1943).
KING, EMILY ELIZABETH, M.Ed., State Girls' 4-H Club Agent, Agricultural Extension
Service, Tallahassee (1946-1953).
KING, FRED E., M.S., Resident Adviser, Men's Residence Halls (1951-1951).
KIRK, WILLIAM GORDON, Ph.D. (Iowa State), Vice Director in Charge, Range Cattle
Experiment Station (1936-1941).
KIRKLAND, EDWIN CAPERS, Ph.D. (Northwestern), Professor of English (1946-1951)
(On leave 1954-1955).
KITCHING, AUMAN EUGENE, Ed.D. (Columbia), Assistant Professor, P. K. Yonge
Laboratory School (1938-1952) (Resigned August 31, 1954).
KLAGSTAD, HAROLD LEONARD, Ph.D. (Harvard), Interim Assistant Professor of Foreign
Languages (1954-1954).
KLEEMEIER, ROBERT WATSON, Ph.D. (Michigan), Lecturer in Psychology (1952-1952).
KLEIN, MICHAEL, Ph.D. (California), Associate Professor of Cancer Research (1951-
1953).
KLEINSCHMIDT, ARTHUR CHARLES, Ph.D. (Iowa State), Associate Professor of Industrial
Engineering and Associate Research Professor, Engineering and Industrial Experiment
Station (1953-1953).
KLUGE, RALPH WENDEL, M.S., Professor of Civil Engineering and Head of Department
(1951-1951).
KNIGHT, CONRAD WALLACE, M.A.E., Instructor in Mechanical Engineering (1950-1954).
KNORR, Louis CARL, Ph.D. (Cornell), Associate Histologist, Citrus Experiment Station
(1948-1948).
KNOWLES, HAROLD LORAINE, Ph.D. (Kansas), Professor of Physics and Physical Sciences
and Acting Head, Department of Physical Sciences (1931-1954).
KNOX, MARGARET ENID, M.S. in L.S., Associate Librarian and Head, Department of
Reference and Bibliography, University Library; Associate Professor of Library
Science (1949-1951).
KOEN, Ross Y., M.A., Instructor in Social Sciences (1949-1949).









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KOGER, MARVIN, Ph.D. (Missouri), Professor of Animal Husbandry and Animal Hus-
bandman, Agricultural Experiment Station (1951-1951).
KOKOMOOR, FRANKLIN WESLEY, Ph.D. (Michigan), Professor of Mathematics and
Astronomy and Head of Department (1927-1951).
Koo, ROBERT CHUNG JEN, Ph.D. (Florida), Interim Assistant Biochemist, Citrus Ex-
periment Station (1953-1953).
KORUTURK, SADI SABIT, B.Arch., Assistant Professor of Architecture (1947-1947).
KOVACH, EUGENE GEORGE, Ph.D. (Harvard), Assistant Professor of Chemistry and
Assistant Research Professor, Engineering and Industrial Experiment Station (1949-
1951) (On leave 1954-1955).
KRASTIN, KARL, LL.B., Professor of Law (1948-1954).
KREBS, ROBERT EDWARD, M.Ed., Teacher, P. K. Yonge Laboratory School (1953-1953).
KRETSCHMER, ALBERT EMIL, Ph.D. (Rutgers), Assistant Soils Chemist, Everglades Ex-
periment Station (1952-1952).
KRIENKE, WALTER ALBERT, M.S., Associate Professor of Dairy Husbandry and Associate
Dairy Technologist, Agricultural Experiment Station (1946-1946).
KROMP, CARL MATHEW, M.S.I.E., Assistant Professor of Industrial Engineering and
Assistant Research Professor, Engineering and Industrial Experiment Station (1952-
1952).
KRUMM, ROGER VINCENT, M.A. in L.S., Assistant in Chemistry-Pharmacy Library (1951-
1951).
KUCERA, JINDRICH, Ph.D. (Harvard), Assistant Professor of Russian (1952-1952) (On
leave 1954-1955).
KUITERT, Louis CORNELIUS, Ph.D. (Kansas), Associate Entomologist, Agricultural Ex-
periment Station (1948-1949).
KULKARNI, GHANANEEL R., Ph.D. (Florida), Research Assistant in Chemistry (1954-
1954).
KURTH, ARTHUR LINCOLN, Ph.D. (Yale), Associate Professor of French (1947-1954).
KURTZ, ALBERT KENNETH, Ph.D. (Ohio State), Professor of Psychology (1953-1953).
KUYKENDALL, JOHN RICHARD, Ph.D. (California), Interim Assistant Horticulturist,
Citrus Experiment Station (1953-1953) (Resigned August 31, 1954).
KYLE, BENJAMIN GAYLE, B.Ch.E., Interim Assistant in Research, Engineering and In-
dustrial Experiment Station (1954-1954).
LACKEY, JAMES BRIDGES, Ph.D. (Columbia), Professor of Sanitary Science and Research
Professor, Engineering and Industrial Experiment Station (1952-1952).
LAESSLE, ALBERT MIDDLETON, Ph.D. (Florida), Assistant Professor of Biology (1942-
1944).
LAGASSE, FELIX SCOTT, Ph.D. (Maryland), Horticulturist, Agricultural Experiment Sta-
tion (1939-1939).
LAIRD, DOROTHY STEPHENS, M.A.E., Assistant Professor of Education (1944-1952).
LANE, DAVID, Ph.D. (Columbia), Associate Professor of Education; Associate, Psychologi-
cal Clinic (1954-1954).
LANG, GAINES BARRETT, Ph.D. (Illinois), Associate Professor of Mathematics (1942-
1949).
LANGFORD, ALLIE GERALD, M.A., Interim Instructor in English (1953-1953).
LANGFORD, GEORGE CURTIS, Ph.D. (Maryland), Assistant Professor of Bacteriology
(1952-1952) (Resigned August 31, 1954).
LANHAM, JAMES SAMUEL, Ph.D., C.P.A. (Texas), Professor of Accounting and Head of
Department (1947-1947).
LANKFORD, SAMUEL R., Trainer, Intercollegiate Athletics (1950-1950).








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LARGE, JOHN RUNYON, M.S., Associate Plant Pathologist, Agricultural Experiment Sta-
tion (1948-1948).
LARRICK, THOMAS, Architect, A.I.A., Professor of Architecture (1946-1946).
LARRY, CYNTHIA, Ph.D. (Columbia), Assistant Professor of Speech and English (1949-
1949) (On leave 1954-1955).
LARSEN, MERWIN JOHN, Ph.D. (Iowa), Professor of Electrical Engineering and Head of
Department (1951-1951).
LARSEN, WILLIAM FREDERICK, M.A., Assistant Professor of Political Science and Director
of Public Administration Clearing Service (1950-1950) (On leave 1954-1955).
LATOUR, MARINUS HENRY, M.S.E.E., Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering and
Assistant Research Professor, Engineering and Industrial Experiment Station (1946-
1946).
LAUTER, WERNER M., Ph.D. (Griefswald), Professor of Pharmaceutical Chemistry
(1950-1950).
LAWRENCE, FRED PARKER, M.Ag., Citriculturist, Agricultural Extension Service (1947-
1947).
LAWRENSON, RAYMOND EARL, M.M., Associate Professor of Music (1948-1948).
LAWSON, STANTON CLOWES DAVIDSON, M.S., Associate Professor of Engineering Mechan-
ics (1947-1947).
LEAR, WILLIAM EDWARD, Ph.D. (Florida), Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering
(1949-1954).
LEAVITT, BENJAMIN BURTON, Ph.D. (Harvard), Associate Professor of Biological Sciences
(1946-1954).
LEAVITT, NORMA MURIEL, Ed.D. (Columbia), Professor of Physical Education and Head,
Department of Physical Education for Women (1953-1953).
LEDIN, ROBERT BRUCE, Ph.D. (Indiana), Assistant Horticulturist, Subtropical Experi-
ment Station (1951-1951).
LEE, AUBREY K., Assistant Director of Plant and Grounds (1947-1950).
LEE, PERMILLAS ARTEN, M.A., Assistant Professor of Physical Education (1948-1951).
LEE, ROBERT CHARLES, Ph.D. (Peabody), Assistant Professor of English (1947-1947).
LEIGHTY, RALPH GEORGE, B.S., Assistant Soil Surveyor, Agricultural Experiment Station
(1947-1947).
LEILICH, ROY EDGAR, Re.D. (Indiana), Assistant Professor of Professional Physical
Education and Recreation (1952-1952).
LEONARD, CHESTER D., Ph.D. (Rutgers), Associate Horticulturist, Citrus Experiment
Station (1950-1950).
LEPENSKE, FRED JOSEPH, B.S.B.A., Lt. Colonel, Transportation Corps, Assistant Pro-
fessor of Military Science and Tactics (1952-1952).
LEPS, JOSEPH MCELROY, Ed.D. (Columbia), Professor of Education (1943-1945).
LEWIS, EDWARD HASKELL, M.A., Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering (1951-
1951).
LEWIS, HAL GRAHAM, Ph.D. (Columbia), Professor of Education and Head of Founda-
tions of Education (1936-1950).
LEWIS, HOWARD KENNETH, E.E., Assistant Professor of Mathematics (1946-1946).
LILES, ANNETTE LUCILLE, B.S. in L.S., M.A., Assistant Librarian in Reference and
Bibliography, University Library (1947-1950).
LILYQUIST, MARVIN R., M.S., Interim Assistant in Research, Chemistry (1951-1951).
LINCOLN, FRANCIS BUSY, Ph.D. (California), Horticulturist, Subtropical Experiment
Station (1947-1947).
LINDSEY, HARRY LEE, M.Arch., A.I.A., Associate Professor of Architecture (1947- 1954).








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LIPSCOMB, RALPH WALDO, M.S., Associate Agronomist, North Florida Experiment Station
(1944-1944).
LITTLE, SAMUEL JONES, M.B.A., Major, Assistant Professor of Air Science (1952-1952).
LITTLE, WINSTON WOODARD, M.A., Dean of the University College and Professor of
Logic (1931-1937).
LIVINGSTON, RAY F., M.A., Instructor in Humanities (1954-1954).
LOFTEN, WILLIAM TRAVIS, M.A.E., Associate Professor of Education (1937-1947).
LOGGINS, PHILLIP EDWARDS, M.S., Instructor in Animal Husbandry and Assistant in
Animal Husbandry, Agricultural Experiment Station (1953-1953).
LORZ, ALBERT PROTUS, Ph.D. (Virginia), Horticulturist, Agricultural Experiment Station
(1948-1948).
LOWE, JOHN W., M.S., Instructor in Economics (1952-1952).
LOWE, ROBERT LAWRENCE, B.A., Lt. Colonel, Artillery, Assistant Professor of Military
Science and Tactics (1951-1951) (Resigned August 23, 1954).
LOWRY, WILLIAM LEONARD, B.A., Associate Professor of Journalism (1930-1941).
LUCAS, ELEANOR SIMONS, B.S. in L.S., Assistant in Cataloging, University Library (1950-
1950).
LUCK, THOMAS JEFFERSON, Ph.D. (Indiana), Associate Professor of Industrial Relations
(1950-1952) (Resigned September 9, 1954).
LUNDY, HOSEA WILLIS, B.S.A., Associate Agronomist, West Florida Experiment Station
(1946-1947).
LUPKIEWICZ, JOSEPH VINCENT, M.M., Associate Professor of Music (1948-1948).
LYON, RICHARD MARTIN, Ph.D. (Cornell), Assistant Professor of Industrial Management
and Relations (1954-1954).
LYTLE, ANDREW NELSON, B.A., Lecturer in English (1948-1948).
LYTLE, ERNEST JAMES, M.A., Instructor in Mathematics (1946-1946) (On leave 1954-
1955 to serve as Assistant in Research, Statistical Laboratory).
MACDONALD, WILLIAM DICKSON, LL.M., Professor of Law (1948-1951).
MACLACHLAN, JOHN MILLER, Ph.D. (North Carolina), Professor of Sociology and
Anthropology and Head of Department (1938-1941).
MACLEOD, MALCOLM LORIMER, Ph.D. (Virginia), Associate Professor of English (1938-
1947).
MAGEE, CLARENCE HOWARD, B.E.E., Research Assistant, Engineering and Industrial
Experiment Station (1954-1954) (Resigned October 31, 1954).
MAGIE, ROBERT OGDEN, Ph.D. (Wisconsin), Plant Pathologist, Gulf Coast Experiment
Station (1945-1945).
MAHON, JOHN KEITH, Ph.D. (California), Assistant Professor of History (1954-1954).
MALCOLM, JOHN LOWRIE, Ph.D. (Rutgers), Associate Soils Chemist, Subtropical Experi-
ment Station (1948-1948).
MALONEY, FRANK EDWARD, LL.B., Professor of Law (1946-1951).
MARSHALL, SIDNEY PAUL, Ph.D. (Minnesota), Associate Professor of Dairy Husbandry
and Associate Dairy Husbandman, Agricultural Experiment Station (1942-1947).
MARTINSON, EARL PEHR, M.A., Professor of Industrial Engineering and Head of Depart-
ment (1948-1949).
MASE, DARREL JAY, Ph.D. (Columbia), Professor of Education and Speech; Coordinator,
Florida Center of Clinical Services (1950-1950).
MASON, BRUCE BONNER, Ph.D. (Texas), Interim Assistant Professor of Political Science
(1954-1954).








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MATHERLY, WALTER JEFFRIES, M.A., LL.D. (William Jewel), Dean of the College of
Business Administration and Professor of Economics (1926-1926) (Deceased
September 25, 1954).
MATTHEWS, CHARLES ARNOLD, Ph.D. (Virginia), Associate Professor of Finance (1948-
1950).
MAUDERLI, MAX OTTo, Ph.D. (Pennsylvania), Associate Professor of German (1948-
1954).
MAUER, JOHN W., B.S., Basketball Coach and Assistant Football Coach (1951-1951).
MAUTZ, ROBERT BARBEAU, LL.B., Assistant Dean of the College of Law and Associate
Professor of Law (1950-1952).
MAXFIELD, JOHN WESLEY, M.A., Assistant Preparator, Florida State Museum (1954-
1954).
MAXWELL, HUGH CLYDE, M.S.E., Assistant Professor of Education (1945-1948) (De-
ceased December 18, 1954).
MAYBERRY, MAURICE E., B.S.B.A., Placement Officer, Student Personnel (1953-1953).
MCALISTER, LYLE N., Ph.D. (California), Assistant Professor of Social Sciences (1950-
1953).
McBRIDE, JOSEPH JAMES, Ph.D. (Delaware), Assistant Chemist, Citrus Experiment
Station (1954-1954).
McCACHREN, JAMES ROLAND, M.A.E., Assistant Professor of Physical Education; Fresh-
man Basketball Coach (1946-1946).
MCCALL, JOHN TEMPLE, B.S., Assistant in Chemistry, Animal Husbandry, Agricultural
Experiment Station (1951-1951).
McCHESNEY, WILLIAM WALLACE, M.D. (Virginia), University Physician (1949-1949).
MCCLELLAN, MARGARET CAVE, M.A., Instructor in Speech and Associate, Speech and
Hearing Clinic (1948-1951).
MCCLELLAND, HAYES K., M.A., Assistant Dean of Men (1949-1954).
MCCLOUD, DARRELL EDISON, Ph.D. (Purdue), Associate Professor of Agronomy and
Associate Agronomist, Agricultural Experiment Station (1948-1954).
Mc COY, CHARLES SHERWOOD, B.D., Assistant Professor of Religion (1954-1954).
MCCRACKEN, JANET MAY, M.S., Assistant Professor of Education (1947-1950).
McCUBBIN, EARL NOEL, Ph.D. (Cornell), Horticulturist, Potato Investigations Labora-
tory (1940-1941).
MCDOWELL, IDA LARKINS, M.A., Teacher, P. K. Yonge Laboratory School (1954-1954).
MCEACHERN, FLOY MCCALL, M.A.E., Instructor in Education (1944-1950).
MCELWEE, EDGAR WARREN, Ph.D. (Ohio State), Ornamental Horticulturist, Agricultural
Extension Service (1953-1953).
McENTEE, WILLIAM JAMES, M.Ed., Assistant Professor, P. K. Yonge Laboratory School
(1952-1953).
MCFADDEN, SAMUAL EDGAR, Ph.D. (Virginia), Assistant Horticulturist, Agricultural
Experiment Station (1950-1950).
McFERRIN, JOHN BERRY, Ph.D. (North Carolina), Professor of Business Organization
and Operation and Head of Department (1937-1948).
McGOUGII, BOBBY CORNELIUS, M.B.A., Interim Instructor in Real Estate (1953-1953).
McGUIRE, VINCENT, Ed.D. (Florida), Associate Professor of Education (1947-1954).
MCINNis, SAM W., M.A., Assistant Professor of Mathematics (1930-1937).
MCINTOSH, EDWARD ROY, M.S. in L.S., Assistant in Audio-Visual Services, University
Library (1954-1954).
MCINTOSH, P. R., M.F.A., Associate Professor of Art (1949-1949).








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MCLENDON, IDA RUTH, Ph.D. (Ohio State), Assistant Professor of Education (1936-
1948).
MCMILLEN, WILLIAM EVERETT, M.F.A., Resident Adviser, Men's Residence Halls (1954-
1954).
McMULLEN, KENNETH SMITH, M.Ag., District Agent, Agricultural Extension Service
(1935-1946).
McNAB, M. TERRY, B.S.B.A., C.P.A. (Florida), Instructor in Accounting (1954-1954).
McNAIRY, ALICE H., M.L., Assistant in Order Department, University Library (1953-
1953).
MCPHERSON, WILLIAM KENNETH, M.S., Professor of Agricultural Economics and
Agricultural Economist, Agricultural Experiment Station (1951-1951).
McQUITTY, JOHN VREDENBURGH, Ph.D. (Kentucky), University Examiner (1929-1935).
McVoY, JAMES DAVID, B.Arch., A.I.A., Associate Professor of Architecture (1948-
1951).
MEACHAM, ROBERT COLGROVE, Ph.D. (Brown), Associate Professor of Mathematics
(1954-1954).
MEADE, THOMAS LEROY, Ph.D.(Florida), Assistant Animal Nutritionist, Everglades Ex-
periment Station (1953-1953) (Resigned July 31, 1954).
MEANS, RALPH E., B. S., Lt. Colonel, Artillery, Assistant Professor of Military Science
and Tactics (1954-1954).
MEHRHOF, NORMAN RIPLEY, M.Ag., Professor of Poultry Husbandry and Head of De-
partment; Poultry Husbandman and Head of Department, Agricultural Experiment
Station and Agricultural Extension Service (1924-1949).
MELTON, HOLMES MITTS, B.A.E., Assistant Director of Alumni Affairs (1949-1949).
MELTON, LEE J., Ph.D. (Louisiana), Assistant Professor of Economics (1954-1954).
MERCER, NORMAN A., M.A., Instructor in Economics (1953-1953).
MEYER, HARVEY KESSLER, Ed.D. (Florida), Professor of Education (1936-1952).
MEYER, HERBERT ALBERT, Ph.D. (Iowa), Professor of Mathematics; Director, Statistical
Laboratory (1946-1952).
MIKLOS, JOHN EDWARD, LL.B., Assistant Professor of Public Service Training, General
Extension Division (1951-1951).
MILLAR, JANE CARREE, M.A., Assistant Professor of Physical Education (1948-1952).
MILLER, CLYDE JOSEPH, M.A., B.S. in L.S., Interim Instructor in the Humanities (1952-
1952).
MILLER, GEORGE JOHN, B.A., (Oxon.), doctor in derecho (Madrid), Professor of Law
(1948-1948).
MILLER, HOWARD NILE, Ph.D. (California), Associate Plant Pathologist, Agricultural
Experiment Station (1948-1948).
MILLER, JAMES W., M.S.F., Professor of Logging and Lumbering (1936-1951) (On
leave 1954-1955).
MILLICAN, CHARLES NORMAN, Ph.D. (Florida), Assistant Professor of Economics (1949-
1954).
MILLICAN, GEORGE CORY, M.F.A., Assistant Professor of Architecture (1949-1951).
MILLIGAN, JAMES W., Assistant Meteorologist, Weather Forecasting Service (1938-
1938).
MILLS, MABLE D., M.S., Interim Instructor in Economics and Statistics (1953-1953).
MIMS, BERNICE ASHBURN, M.A., Associate Professor of Information and Service and
Head of Department, General Extension Division (1928-1946).
MITCH, GEORGE FREDERICK, M.A., Interim Assistant Professor of Business Organization
and Operation (1949-1949).








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MITCHELL, JEAN OLTMAN, M.A.E., Instructor in Education (1944-1950).
MITHELL, WILLIAM GRANT, B.A., Assistant Editor, Agricultural Experiment Station
(1952-1952).
MIXON, AUBREY CLIFTON, M.S.A., Assistant Agronomist, Agricultural Extension Service
(1953-1953).
MONTELARO, JAMES, Ph.D. (Florida), Assistant Vegetable Crop Specialist, Agricultural
Extension Service (1952-1952).
MONTGOMERY, EVELYN LANOEL, M.A., Associate Resident, Women's Residence Halls
(1954-1954).
MOONEY, ERNEST GORDON, B.A.E., Instructor in Physical Education (1940-1945).
MOORE, ALAN CONINGSBY, M.Ed., Instructor in Physical Education (1953-1953).
MOORE, BERNARD H., B.A., Assistant Meteorologist, Weather Forecasting Service (1935-
1935).
MOORE, HAROLD ARTHUR, M.S., Instructor in Physical Sciences (1952-1952) (Resigned
August 31, 1954).
MOORE, JAMES FRANCIS, M.B.A., Assistant Professor of Accounting (1948-1953).
MOORE, JOHN T., Ph.D. (Chicago), Associate Professor of Mathematics and Astronomy
(1953-1953).
MOORE, JULIAN STEPHEN, M.S.A., Extension Poultryman, Agricultural Extension Service
(1950-1950).
MOORE, WILLIAM EDGAR, Ph.D. (Peabody), Professor of Logic; Counselor (1930- 1946).
MOORE, WILLIAM IRVIN, M.A.E., Interim Instructor in Physical Sciences (1953-1953).
MOORHEAD, EDGAR HUNTER, B.A., Captain, Assistant Professor of Air Science (1952-
1952).
MOORMAN, JOHN HAYNES, Ph.D. (Iowa), Professor of Education and Head of Business
Education (1940-1951).
MORALES, JULIO ALFREDO, M.A., Instructor in Mathematics (1946-1946).
MORELAND, HAROLD LAWRENCE, B.S., Assistant Editor, Agricultural Experiment Station,
Agricultural Extension Service (1954-1954).
MORGAN, HAZEL T., M.A., Instructor in Youth Activities, General Extension Division
(1950-1950).
MORGAN, MARCELLUS, M.A., Vocational Appraiser, Veterans Guidance Center (1949-
1949).
MORRIS, ALTON CHESTER, Ph.D. (North Carolina), Professor of English (1927-1946).
MORSE, WALTER PRIEST, Ph.D. (Florida), Assistant Professor of Mathematics (1952-
1954).
MOSHIER, WILLIAM FRANKLIN, M.B.A., C.P.A. (Florida), Associate Professor of Ac-
counting (1946-1953).
MOSEY, ROY J., B.S., Captain, Infantry, Assistant Professor of Military Science and Tac-
tics (1954-1954).
MOUNTS, CHARLES EUGENE, Ph.D. (Duke), Associate Professor of English (1927-1945).
MUEHLMER, FELIX, U.J.D. (Frederick William, Germany), Associate Research Economist,
Bureau of Economic and Business Research (1950-1950).
MULL, LEON EDMUND, Ph.D. (Iowa State), Associate Professor of Dairy Science and
Associate Dairy Technologist, Agricultural Experiment Station (1940-1951).
MULLER, ALBERT STANLEY, B.S., Professor of Plant Pathology and Counselor of Latin-
American Agricultural Students (1952-1952).
MUMA, MARTIN HAMMOND, Ph.D. (Maryland), Associate Entomologist, Citrus Experi-
ment Station (1951-1951).
MUNTYAN, BOZIDAR, M.S., Assistant Professor of Education (1953-1953).








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MURPHEY, MILLEDGE, Ph.D. (Oklahoma A.&M.), Associate Professor of Entomology
(1947-1953).
MURPHREE, ALBERT ALEXANDER, B.A. (Oxon.), Assistant Professor of English (1929-
1934).
MURPIIREE, CLAUDE LEON, B.A., Professor of Music (1925-1948).
MURPHREE, CLYDE ELWYN, M.S.A., Assistant Economist, Marketing and Farm Manage-
ment, Agricultural Extension Service (1951-1951).
MURRAY, LESSIE L., M.A., Assistant Professor of Education (1953-1953).
MUSCHLITZ, EARL EUGENE, Ph.D. (Pennsylvania State), Associate Research Professor,
Engineering and Industrial Experiment Station (1951-1953).
MYERS, FORREST EARL, M.S.A., Assistant Vegetable Crops Specialist, Agricultural Exten-
sion Service (1948-1948).
MYERS, JULIAN MOSTELLA, M.S.A., Associate Agricultural Engineer, Agricultural Ex-
periment Station (1947-1947).
MYERS, ROBERT BROWN, Ed.D. (Florida), Assistant Professor of Education (1952-1952).
MYHRE, DONALD LAVERNE, Ph.D. (Wisconsin), Assistant Soils Chemist, Potato Investi-
gations Laboratory (1953-1953).
NACHENBERG, SAMUEL, M.M., Instructor in Music (1953-1953).
NASH, WILLIAM ARTHUR, Ph.D. (Michigan), Associate Professor of Engineering Me-
chanics (1954-1954).
NASSAU, ROBERT HOWARD, M.A., Interim Instructor in English (1953-1953).
NATELSON, DELLE, Ph.D. (Wisconsin), Post-Doctoral Fellow in Biology (1954-1954).
NEAL, RUTH, M.A., Head Resident, Women's Residence Halls (1953-1954).
NEALE, JAMES RALPH, Ed.D. (Columbia), Assistant Professor of English (1946-1954).
NEFF, JOHN DAVID, M.S., Interim Instructor in Mathematics (1953-1953).
NEFF, THOMAS O'NEIL, M.S.E.E., Associate Professor of Engineering Mechanics (1946-
1952).
NEIDHARDT, CARL RICHARD, M.F.A., Interim Instructor in Art (1952-1952).
NELLER, JOSEPH ROBERT, Ph.D. (Rutgers), Soils Chemist, Agricultural Experiment
Station (1930-1932).
NELMS, BYRON J., M.A., Teacher-Trainer in Trade and Industrial Education (1954-
1954).
NELSON, PAUL HARRY, M.S., Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering (1947-1947).
NETTLES, VICTOR FLEETWOOD, Ph.D. (Cornell), Associate Horticulturist, Agricultural
Experiment Station (1938-1951).
NEUBAUER, GERHARDT W. F., M.S., Assistant Professor of Education (1948-1948).
NEWHALL, WILLIAM FREEMAN, Ph.D. (Bryn Mawr), Assistant Biochemist, Citrus Ex-
periment Station (1952-1952).
NEWLAND, HERMAN WILLIAM, M.S., Interim Assistant in Animal Nutrition, Agricultural
Experiment Station (1952-1952) (Resigned August 31, 1954).
NIELAND, LOUIS THEODORE, Farm Forester, Agricultural Extension Service (1914- 1938).
NOBLE, CLARENCE VERNON, Ph.D. (Cornell), Dean of the College of Agriculture and
Professor of Agricultural Economics (1926-1950).
NOBLE, ROBERT VERNON, M.A., Instructor in Field Organization, General Extension
Division (1950-1950).
NOLAN, WILLIAM JOHN, Ph.D. (Michigan), Professor of Chemical Engineering and
Research Professor, Engineering and Industrial Experiment Station (1946-1949).
NOONAN, JOHN CLEMENT, M.S., Assistant Horticulturist, Subtropical Experiment Station
(1951-1951).








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NORMAN, JAMES WILLIAM, Ph.D. (Columbia), Dean Emeritus of the College of Educa-
tion and Professor of Education (1916-1946).
NORMAN, OSCAR N., B.S., Assistant Meteorologist, Weather Forecasting Service (1941-
1941).
NORTHRUP, FLOYD LORRAIN, B.S.A., District Supervisor, Agricultural Education (1948-
1948).
NORTON, JOHN STANLEY, M.S., Assistant Agricultural Engineer, Agricultural Experiment
Station (1951-1951).
NORTON, JOSEPH DANIEL, B.S., Assistant Vegetable Crop Specialist, Agricultural Exten-
sion Service (1954-1954).
NORTON, PAUL THORNLEY, B.S., Lecturer in Industrial Engineering, Engineering and
Industrial Experiment Station (1954-1954).
NULTON, LUCY, M.A., Instructor, P. K. Yonge Laboratory School (1950-1954).
NUTTER, GENE CARLTON, Ph.D. (Cornell), Assistant Agronomist, Agricultural Experi-
ment Station (1951-1951).
NUTTER, HAZEN EDWARD, M.A., Associate Professor of Education and Head of Materials
of Instruction (1938-1950).
OBERBACHER, MARION FRANCIS, Ph.D. (Purdue), Interim Assistant Plant Physiologist,
Citrus Experiment Station (1952-1952).
O'BYRNE, JOSEPH MICHAEL, M.S.M.E., Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering
(1953-1953).
OLIVER, CLIFTON, M.A., Assistant Professor of Personnel Management (1946-1948).
OLIVER, JAMES WILLARD, Ph.D. (Harvard), Associate Professor of Philosophy (1949-
1953).
OLSEN, GEORGE LIEBERG, M.A. in L.S., Assistant in Cataloging, University Library
(1949-1949).
OLSEN, ROBERT WINTHROP, B.S., Biochemist, Citrus Experiment Station (1947-1947).
OLSON, CLARA MCDONALD, Ph.D. (Peabody), Professor of Education (1934-1952).
OPP, CARL BRADEN, B.A., Associate Director of Housing (1940-1951).
ORAS, ANTS, B.Litt. (Oxon.), Professor of English (1949-1949).
O'REAGAN, WILLIAM GERARD, B.S., Interim Assistant Professor of Agricultural Economics
and Consultant, Statistical Laboratory (1953-1953).
ORMOND, WILLIAM NEWMAN, M.A., Instructor in English (1946-1946).
OSBORN, GEORGE COLEMAN, Ph.D. (Indiana), Associate Professor of Social Sciences
(1947-1947).
O'STEEN, ALVA WOODROW, B.S.A., Supervisor, Florida National Egg Laying Test,
Agricultural Extension Service, Chipley (1941-1945).
OSTERBIND, CARTER CLARKE, Ph.D. (American), Associate Research Economist, Bureau
of Economic and Business Research (1950-1953).
OSVER, ARTHUR, B.A., Visiting Artist, Department of Art (1954-1954).
OTTE, BURTON J. H., M.S., Curator of Chemistry (1925-1925).
OUTLER, JASON CURRY, M.S.A., Assistant in Chemistry, Agricultural Experiment Station
(1953-1953).
OVERMAN, AMEGDA JACK, M.S., Assistant in Soil Chemistry, Gulf Coast Experiment
Station (1951-1951).
OWEN, JOHN HINSEY, Ph.D. (Wisconsin), Associate Professor of Plant Pathology (1949-
1952).
OWENS, JAMES BACOT, B.S., Agricultural Statistician, Agricultural Experiment Station
(1945-1945).









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OZAKI, CHARLES TAKEO, Ph.D. (Ohio State), Assistant Chemist, Everglades Experiment
Station (1953-1953).
OZAKI, HENRY YOSHIO, Ph.D. (Cornell), Assistant Horticulturist, Everglades Experiment
Station (1954-1954).
OZELL, ALAN MUNCI, Ph.D. (Illinois), Associate Professor of Civil Engineering and
Associate Research Professor, Engineering and Industrial Experiment Station (1954-
1954).
PACE, JAMES EDWARD, M.S.A., Assistant Animal Industrialist, Agricultural Extension
Service (1942-1949).
PAGE, RALPH EMERSON, Ph.D. (Syracuse), Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences and
Professor of Political Science (1948-1948).
PAIT, JAMES ALBERT, Ph.D. (Virginia), Associate Professor of Logic (1952-1952).
PARDEE, MARY RUTH, B.S. in L.S., Assistant in Cataloging, University Library (1945-
1947).
PARRAMORE, WILLIE E., B.A.A., Instructor in Extension Art, Display and Design, General
Extension Division (1950-1950).
PARVIN, FAYETTE WARD, M.S.A., Assistant to the Director, Agricultural Extension Service
(1946-1951).
PARVIN, PHILIP EUGENE, M.S., Assistant Professor of Horticulture (1953-1953).
PATE, OLEN BASIL, M.A., Teacher, P. K. Yonge Laboratory School (1952-1952).
PATRICK, REMBERT WALLACE, Ph.D. (North Carolina), Professor of History and Head
of Department (1940-1950) (On leave 1954-1955).
PATRICK, ROGER, Ph.D. (Iowa State), Bacteriologist, Citrus Experiment Station (1952-
1952).
PATTERSON, ELAM PUSEY, B.S.E., Instructor in Mechanical Engineering (1952-1952).
PATTERSON, PAUL BRYAN, Ph.D. (Florida), Assistant Professor of Mathematics (1943-
1954).
PATTERSON, THEODORE WILLIAM, M.C.P., Assistant Professor of Architecture (1952-
1954).
PAUL, OUIDA FAY, M.A., Assistant Professor of Music (1949-1949).
PAYNE, ANCIL NEWTON, Ph.D. (Illinois), Associate Professor of History (1929-1945).
PAYNE, WALTER ARVILLE, M.A., Assistant Director, School of Inter-American Studies
(1952-1952).
PEABODY, KENNETH EARL, M.F.A., Assistant Professor of Art (1950-1952).
PEACOCK, FENTRESS MCCOUGHAN, M.S., Assistant Animal Husbandman, Range Cattle
Experiment Station (1952-1954).
PEARCE, JAMES MARTINE, Ph.D. (Florida), Assistant Professor of Chemistry (1946-1953).
PEARCE, MAY WRIGLEY, B.S. in L.S., Instructor in Library Science and Assistant in Refer-
ence and Bibliography, University Library (1952-1952).
PEARSON, ALBERT M., Ph.D. (Cornell), Associate Professor of Animal Husbandry and
Associate Animal Husbandman, Agricultural Experiment Station (1949-1951) (Re-
signed September 15, 1954).
PECK, MARYLY VAN LEER, B.E., Instructor in Chemical Engineering and Assistant in
Research, Engineering and Industrial Experiment Station (1954-1954).
PEELER, RUTH BEATRICE, M.A., Instructor, P. K. Yonge Laboratory School (1934-1952).
PENDLETON, WILLIAM CLYDE, M.A., Instructor in Social Sciences (1950-1950).
PENNINGTON, CLARK WILLIAM, B.S.C.E., Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering
(1954-1954).
PENROD, JOHN ARTHUR, Ph.D. (Pennsylvania), Assistant Professor of English (1950-
1954).








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PENSON, EDWARD MARTIN, M.A., Clinician, Speech and Hearing Clinic (1952-1952).
PERKINSON, GRACE E., B.A., Associate Resident, Women's Residence Halls (1954-1954)
(Resigned August 22, 1954).
PERRITT, H. HARDY, Ph.D. (Florida), Interim Assistant Professor of Speech (1953-1954).
PERRY, FRANKLYN STANTON, M.Ag., District Agent, Agricultural Extension Service
(1946-1949).
PERRY, THOMAS OLIVER, Ph.D. (Harvard), Assistant Professor of Forest Genetics (1952-
1952).
PETERSON, ERHART GUSTAF, LL.B., M.B.A., Associate Professor of Accounting (1947-
1949).
PETTIS, AUBREY MARSHALL, B.S.A.E., Farm Electrifications Specialist and Assistant Agri-
cultural Engineer, Agricultural Extension Service (1947-1951).
PFAFF, EUGENE EDWIN, Ph.D. (Cornell), Interim Professor of History and Social Sciences
(1954-1954).
PHELPS, GEORGE OSBORN, M.S.M.E., Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering
(1937-1945).
PHILLIPS, ARTHUR MINIS, B.S., Associate Entomologist, Agricultural Experiment Station
(1941-1948).
PHILLIPS, WAYLAND B., M.A., Instructor, P. K. Yonge Laboratory School (1948-1954).
PHILPOTT, FRANK EXELL, M.A., Assistant Professor of Physical Education and Assistant
Track Coach (1946-1946).
PHIPPS, CECIL GLENN, Ph.D. (Minnesota), Professor of Mathematics (1924-1943).
Picou, LLOYD JOSEPH, B.S., Captain, Artillery, Assistant Professor of Military Science and
Tactics (1952-1952) (Resigned September 10, 1954).
PIERCE, EMORY LOWE, Ph.D. (Florida), Associate Professor of Biological Sciences (1945-
1949).
PIERCE, JOHN EUGENE, M.S., Assistant Professor of Insurance (1950-1950).
PIERSON, WILLIAM HASKELL, Ph.D. (Chicago), Associate Professor of Geography (1946-
1946).
PILTZ, ALBERT, Ed.D. (Florida), Assistant Professor of Education (1954-1954).
PINKERTON, RICHARD COLEMAN, Ph.D. (Iowa State), Assistant Research Professor, Engi-
neering and Industrial Experiment Station (1953-1953) (Resigned December 31,
1954).
PIRENIAN, ZAREH MEGUERDITCH, M.S., Associate Professor of Mathematics (1931-1937).
PIRKLE, EARL C., M.S., Assistant Professor of Physical Sciences and Geology (1950-
1950).
PITTS, EDITH PATTI, Administrative Assistant to the President (1937-1937).
PLATT, WILLIAM J., M.S.A., District Agent, Agricultural Extension Service (1936-1953).
PLOUGHE, WILLIAM D., M.S., Interim Instructor in Physics (1953-1953).
POLLARD, CASH BLAIR, Ph.D. (Purdue), Professor of Chemistry (1930-1937).
POOLE, LEWIS ALBERT, M.S., Instructor in Physics and Physical Sciences (1947-1947)
(Resigned November 9, 1954).
POOLE, REID, M.A., Assistant Professor of Music (1949-1949).
POOR, RUSSELL SPURGEON, Ph.D. (Illinois), Provost, Health Center; Chairman, Division
of Physical Sciences; Professor of Geology (1952-1953).
POORE, WILLIAM DEAN, M.A., Assistant Director, Employee Personal Services (1953-
1953).
POPE, BARNA CLEVELAND, B.S., Major, Assistant Professor of Air Science (1954-1954).
POST, DON MCKENZIE, M.S.F., Instructor in Forestry (1951-1951).









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POTTER, WILLIAM MELVILLE, M.A., Assistant Professor of Physical Education and Ten-
nis Coach (1946-1946).
POWELL, GARLAND WHEELER, Director of Radio Station WRUF (1929-1930).
POWELL, LEVI ALLEN, M.S.A., Assistant Agricultural Economist, Agricultural Experi-
ment Station (1952-1952).
POWELL, ROBERT D., Ph.D. (Iowa State), Assistant Professor of Botany (1949-1949).
PRATT, DARRELL BRADFORD, Ph.D. (Harvard), Assistant Professor of Bacteriology (1953-
1953).
PRATT, ROBERT MARSHALL, Ph.D. (Cornell), Associate Entomologist-Pathologist, Citrus
Experiment Station (1950-1950).
PREODOR, EDWARD C., B.M., Associate Professor of Music (1948-1948).
PRICE, GEORGE SHELTON, B.S., Colonel, Artillery, Professor of Military Science and Tac-
tics and Coordinator of Military Departments (1948-1949) (Retired August 31,
1954).
PRICE, JOSEPH EDWIN, B.A.E., Associate Professor of Social Sciences (1930-1949).
PRICE, THOMAS JAMES, Comptroller (1927-1947).
PRICE, WILLIAM CONWAY, Ph.D. (Columbia) Virologist, Citrus Experiment Station
(1954-1954).
PRICHARD, VIRGINIA MEADE, M.A., Associate Resident, Women's Residence Halls (1954-
1954).
PRIGDEN, ILA ROUNTREE, LL.B., Law Librarian (1929-1947).
PRIEM, ERVIN SAMUEL, B.S.E.E., Assistant Research Professor, Engineering and Industrial
Experiment Station (1952-1952).
PRINCE, VIVIAN CHRISTINE, M.S. in L.S., Associate Professor of Library Science and As-
sociate Librarian; Head of Technical Processes Department, University Library (1943-
1952).
PRITCHETT, WILLIAM LAWRENCE, Ph.D. (Iowa State), Soil Technologist, Agricultural
Experiment Station (1948-1953).
PROCTOR, SAMUEL, M.A., Assistant Professor of Social Sciences (1946-1949).
PROPHET, WALLACE WILLIAM, M.A., Instructor in Psychology (1953-1953).
PROSSER, DAVID STANLEY, B.S., Assistant Engineer, Citrus Experiment Station (1948-
1948).
PUMPHREY, FRED HOMER, E.E., Professor of Electrical Engineering (1946-1946).
PURSER, STUART ROBERT, M.F.A., Professor Art and Head of Department (1951-1951).
PUTMAN, IVAN J., Ph.D. (Columbia), Adviser to Foreign Students (1952-1952).
PYE, RUBY LEE, M.A., Assistant Professor of Physical Education (1949-1954).
PYLES, THOMAS, Ph.D. (Johns Hopkins), Professor of English (1948-1948).
QUALLS, LEROY LILLARD, Ph.D. (Illinois), Assistant Professor of Economics (1948-
1948).
RAMIREZ, ADOLFO, M.A., Instructor in Spanish (1948-1948).
RAMSEY, JAMES CAIN, Ph.D. (Florida), Associate Research Professor, Engineering and
Industrial Experiment Station (1953-1953).
RANDOLPH, JOHN WILLOUGHBY, M.S., Agricultural Engineer, Everglades Experiment
Station (1947-1947).
RAPPENECKER, CASPAR, Ph.D. (Cornell), Associate Professor of Geology and Physical
Sciences (1949-1949).
RAY, DELMAS DENNIS, M.B.A., Assistant Professor of Accounting (1948-1948).
RAY, FRANCIS EARL, D.Sc. (Oxon.), Director of Cancer Research Laboratory and Pro-
fessor of Cancer Research (1949-1949).








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REAM, EVERT E., B.A., Lt. Colonel, Infantry, Assistant Professor of Military Science and
Tactics (1953-1953).
REAVES, CLARENCE WILLIAM, B.S.A., Dairy Husbandman, Agricultural Extension Service
(1947-1947).
REAVES, JACK SHELDON, B.S.B.A., Director of Purchasing (1948-1948).
REED, JOHN CLIFFORD, M.E., Professor of Mechanical Engineering and Head of Depart-
ment (1950-1950).
REED, THOMAS MCKENNAN, Ph.D. (Pennsylvania State), Assistant Professor of Chemi-
cal Engineering and Assistant Research Professor, Engineering and Industrial Ex-
periment Station (1952-1952).
REEVES, FRANK BLAIR, M.A.Arch., Assistant Professor of Architecture (1949-1952).
REHLING, CONRAD HENRY, M.A.E., Assistant Professor of Physical Education (1949-
1952).
REID, CHARLES EDWARD, Ph.D. (Louisiana), Assistant Professor of Chemistry (1948-
1951).
REISINGER, RICHARD HENRY, M.P.E., Instructor in Physical Education (1952-1952).
REITZ, HERMAN J., Ph.D. (Ohio State), Horticulturist, Citrus Experiment Station (1946-
1949).
REITZ, J. WAYNE, Ph.D. (Wisconsin), Provost for Agriculture (1934-1949).
RETHLINGSHAFER DOROTHY ADELAIDE, Ph.D. (North Carolina), Associate Professor of
Psychology (1947-1947).
REUSS, LAWRENCE ADKINS, M.S., Agricultural Economist, U.S.D.A., Agricultural Experi-
ment Station (1954-1954).
REYNOLDS, FRANK JOSEPH, Ph.D. (Louisiana), Associate Horticulturist, Citrus Experi-
ment Station (1951-1951).
REYNOLDS, MABLE MARIE, M.A., B.S. in L.S., Assistant in Cataloging, Univeristy Library
(1949-1949).
RHOADES, WINFRED CARL, M.S., Entomologist in Charge, North Florida Experiment Sta-
tion (1949-1952).
RHOADS, HOMER ELLIS, Captain, Infantry, Assistant Professor of Military Science and
Tactics (1952-1952) (Resigned September 3, 1954).
RHUDY, RALPH, Colonel, Professor of Air Science and Coordinator of Military Depart-
ments (1950-1954).
RICHARDSON, JAMES GILBERT, M.A., Assistant Professor of Finance (1946-1949).
RICHARDSON, JAMES RUSSELL, LL.B., Associate Professor of Law (1951-1951) (Resigned
August 31, 1954).
RICHARDSON, JOE BYRON, M.S., Assistant Professor of Agricultural Engineering and
Assistant Agricultural Engineer, Agricultural Experiment Station (1954-1954).
RICHART, FRANK EDWIN, Ph.D. (Illinois), Professor of Civil Engineering and Research
Professor, Engineering and Industrial Experiment Station (1952-1954).
RIEHLE, HAROLD FRANCIS, M.A.E., Teacher, P. K. Yonge Laboratory School (1952-1952).
(Resigned July 5, 1954).
RIKER, HAROLD CLARK, M.A., Director of Housing (1938-1946) (On leave 1954-1955).
RILEY, BERT CLAIR, B.A., B.S.A., Dean of the General Extension Division (1919-1928).
RING, ALFRED A., Ph.D. (New York), M.A.I., Professor of Real Estate (1947-1949).
RION, WILLIAM E., M.A., Director of Florida Union (1945-1948).
RISTIC, MIODRAG, D.V.M. (Hanover, Germany), Associate Pathologist, Agricultural Ex-
periment Station (1953-1953).
RITCHEY, GEORGE EDGAR, M.S., Agronomist in Charge, Suwannee Valley Experiment Sta-
tion (1927-1950).









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ROBERTS, LEONIDAS HOWARD, M.S., Assistant Professor of Physical Sciences (1949-1953)
(On leave 1954-1955).
ROBERTS, MERRIL J., Ph.D. (Chicago), Associate Professor of Transportation and Eco-
nomics (1948-1951) (Resigned October 1, 1954).
ROBERTS, NORMAN KEITH, M.S., Assistant Economist, Agricultural Experiment Station
(1954-1954).
ROBERTSON, CHARLES ARCHIBALD, M.A., Litt.D. (University of the South), Professor of
English and Head of Department (1918-1950).
ROBERTSON, WILLIAM KITCHNER, Ph.D. (Purdue), Assistant Chemist, Agricultural Ex-
periment Station (1950-1950).
ROBINSON, FRANK ALBERT, M.S., Assistant Apiculturist, Agricultural Experiment Station
(1950-1950).
ROCKWOOD, CATHERINE AUGUSTA, Ph.D. (Chicago), Associate Professor of Family Life
and Head of Department (1952-1952).
RODGERS, ANDREW CARROLL, B.A.E., Assistant to the Director of Housing (1951-1951).
RODGERS, EARL GILBERT, Ph.D. (Iowa State), Associate Professor of Agronomy (1946-
1954).
ROGERS, ANDREW JACKSON, Ph.D. (Maryland), Associate Professor of Entomology
(1946-1953).
ROGERS, CLARENCE J., M.Ag., Assistant Professor of Agricultural Engineering (1953-
1954).
ROGERS, FRAZIER, M.S.A., Professor of Agricultural Engineering and Head of Depart-
ment; Agricultural Engineer and Head of Department, Agricultural Experiment Sta-
tion (1918-1923).
ROHDE, F. VIRGINIA, Ph.D. (Kentucky), Assistant Professor of Mathematics (1950-1951).
ROSE, GILLIS NORMAN, B.S., Associate Agricultural Economist, Agricultural Experiment
Station (1943-1945).
Ros, HAROLD CLELAND, B.Arch., Assistant Professor of Architecture (1947-1949).
ROSENBERGER, STANLEY E., M.Ag. Assistant Vegetable Crop Specialist, Agricultural Ex-
tension Service (1949-1949).
ROSER, NELSON EUGENE, B.E.E., Research Assistant, Engineering and Industrial Experi-
ment Station (1953-1953).
ROTHWELL, DONALD FREDERICK, M.S.A., Assistant Professor of Soils (1948-1954).
ROUSE, ALVIN HAMILTON, M.S., Associate Chemist, Citrus Experiment Station (1949-
1949).
ROWE, PATRICIA WALLACE, B.S., Social Director, Florida Union (1950-1950).
RUEHLE, GEORGE DEWEY, Ph.D. (Washington State), Vice Director in Charge, Sub-
Tropical Experiment Station (1930-1944).
RUFF, WILLIAM, Ph.D. (Yale), Associate Professor of Humanities (1946-1946).
RUPRECHT, RUDOLPH WILLIAM, Ph.D. (Massachusetts State), Vice Director in Charge,
Central Florida Experiment Station (1920-1937).
RUSSELL, DONALD CARVER, B.S., Associate Meteorologist, Weather Forecasting Service
(1950-1950).
RYAN, JAMES, Ph.D. (Wisconsin), Assistant Professor of Spanish (1953-1953).
RYAN, JOHN EDWARD, M.A., Assistant Professor of Physical Education and Swimming
Coach (1949-1954).
SADLER, SAMUEL GOULD, Ed.D. (Florida), Associate Professor of Mathematics (1954-
1954).
SALT, ELLIS BENTON, Ed.D. (New York), Professor of Professional Physical Education
and Head of Department (1930-1946).








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SAMPSON, ROGER WILLIAMS, M.S., Associate Research Professor, Engineering and Indus-
trial Experiment Station (1950-1954).
SAMUEL, JOHN ALTON, M.S.E., Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering (1954-
1954).
SANDEFUR, WAYNE THOMAS, H.S.D. (Indiana), Associate Professor of Professional Phy-
sical Education (1953-1953).
SANDERS, DORSEY ADDREN, D.V.M. (Kansas State), Professor of Veterinary Science and
Head of Department; Head, Department of Veterinary Science, Agricultural Experi-
ment Station (1925-1949).
SANFORD, GLEN MURRAY, B.S., Captain, Assistant Professor of Air Science (1953-1953).
SARETT, LEW, LL.B., Litt.D. (Baylor), Visiting Professor of Speech (1951-1951) (De-
ceased August 17, 1954).
SASHOFF, STEPHEN PENCHEFF, M.S., Professor of Electrical Engineering and Research
Professor, Engineering and Industrial Experiment Station (1932-1946).
SAUNDERS, DOROTHY CHAPMAN, Ph.D. (Michigan), Interim Assistant Professor of Bi-
ology (1953-1953) (Resigned September 15, 1954).
SAVAGE, ZACH, M.S.A., Agricultural Economist, Agricultural Experiment Station (1931-
1954).
SAVINELLI, EMILIO A., M.S., Research Assistant in Chemistry (1954-1954).
SAWICKI, EUGENE, Ph.D. (Florida), Assistant Professor of Cancer Research (1952-1952).
SAWYER, DONALD ALBERT, M.S., Instructor in Civil Engineering (1954-1954).
SAWYER, EARL M., M.S., Assistant Professor of Physics (1947-1953).
SAWYER, WILLIAM LINCOLN, M.S., Professor of Engineering Mechanics and Head of De-
partment (1929-1949).
SCATES, DOUGLAS EDGAR, Ph.D. (Chicago), Professor of Education (1953-1953) (On
leave 1954-1955).
SCHAEFER, NILE CLARETT, Preparator, Florida State Museum (1942-1942).
SCHMIDT, DORIS THEODOTIA, M.A., Associate Professor of Music (1949-1949).
SCHNEIDER, NATHAN J., Ph.D. (Pittsburgh), Assistant Professor of Bacteriology (1954-
1954).
SCHNELL, HERMAN WALKER, M.A., Professor of Physical Education and Head, Depart-
ment of Required Physical Education for Men (1946-1947).
- SCHOCH,,WILFRED LEROY, Superintendent of Construction (1935-1935).
SCIIOONMAKER, LUCAS ELMENDORF, B.S.E.E., Associate Professor of Electrical Engineeer-
ing (1947-1952).
SCHRADER, GEORGE FREDERICK, M.S.E., Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering and
Assistant Research Professor, Engineering and Industrial Experiment Station (1947-
1953) (On leave 1954-1955).
SCHULMAN, SAM, Ph.D. (Florida), Instructor in Social Sciences (1951-1951) (Resigned
September 1, 1954).
SCHWEYER, HERBERT ENGLISH, Ph.D. (Columbia), Professor of Chemical Engineering
(1946-1950).
SCOLES, EUGENE FRANCIS, LL.M., Professor of Law (1949-1951).
SCrrT, LINUS ALBERT, M.S.M.E., Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering (1948-
1952).
SCOTT, NED HOBSON, M.B.A., Interim Assistant Professor of Accounting (1949-1953).
SCoTT, THOMAS MCDONALD, M.A.E., Assistant Professor of Physical Education, and
Head, Adapted and Corrective Exercises (1949-1952).
SCUDDER, DELTON LEWIS, Ph.D. (Yale), Professor of Religion and Head of Department
(1946-1946).









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SEABERG, LILLIAN MARIE, B.S. in L.S., Assistant in Reference and Bibliography, Univer-
sity Library (1949-1949).
SEALE, CHARLES COLIN, D.I.C.T.A., Associate Agronomist, Everglades Experiment Station
(1945-1946).
SEBOLD, HOWARD ROBINSON, M.L.A., A.S.L.A., Associate Professor of Architecture
(1948-1952).
SEIL, MANNING DAVID, M.S., Associate Professor of Journalism (1953-1953).
SELLERS, EURUS GUY, M.Ed., Assistant in Engineering Sciences Library (1950-1950)
(Resigned September 7, 1954).
SELLERS, FRANCES EVELYN, M.A., Assistant Dean of Women (1949-1951).
SENN, PETTUS HOLMES, Ph.D. (Wisconsin), Professor of Agronomy and Head of Depart-
ment (1929-1939).
SHAFFER, CHARLES VERNON, B.E.E., Associate Research Professor, Engineering and In-
dustrial Experiment Station (1946-1951).
SHARPE, RALPH HAROLD, M.S., Associate Horticulturist, Agricultural Experiment Station
(1948-1948).
SHEAR, CORNELIUS BARRETT, M.S., Plant Physiologist, U.S.D.A., Agricultural Experiment
Station (1954-1954).
SHEEHAN, THOMAS J., Ph.D., (Cornell), Assistant Ornamental Horticulturist, Agricul-
tural Extension Service (1954-1954).
SHELLABARGER, FRED DAVID, B.S.Arch., Assistant Professor of Architecture (1954-1954).
SHELLEY, DOROTHY E., M.D. (Kansas), University Physician (1953-1953).
SHEPARD, WAYNE W., M.A., Assistant Professor of Architecture (1953-1953).
SHERMAN, HARLEY BAKWEL, Ph.D. (Michigan), Professor of Biology (1925-1937).
SHEROUSE, RAY TRUMAN, Assistant Meteorologist, Weather Forecasting Service (1935-
1935).
SHIELDS, MURRAY WILLIAM, Ph.D. (Washington), Professor of Economics and Market-
ing (1946-1949).
SHIRLEY, RAY L., Ph.D. (Michigan State), Professor of Animal Husbandry and Nutri-
tion; Biochemist, Agricultural Experiment Station (1949-1949).
SHONBRUN, MARGARET THOMSON, M.S., Instructor and Assistant in Youth Program, Gen-
eral Extension Division (1953-1953).
SHOWALTER, ROBERT KENNETH, M.S., Associate Horticulturist, Agricultural Experiment
Station (1945-1945).
SIEVERS, ALLEN MORRIS, Ph.D., (Columbia), Associate Professor of Economics (1954-
1954).
SIKES, ANNA MAE, M.S., State Home Demonstration Agent, Agricultural Extension Serv-
ice, Tallahassee (1928-1950).
SIMANTON, WILLIAM ALDRICH, Ph.D. (Iowa State), Entomologist, Citrus Experiment
Station (1950-1950).
SIMMONS, GLENN BALLARD, Ph.D. (Johns Hopkins), Professor of Education and Head of
Off-Campus Instruction (1928-1949).
SIMONDS, JOHN DAY, M.S.M.E., Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering (1951-
1952).
SIMONS, JOHN NORTON, Ph.D. (California), Assistant Virologist, Everglades Experiment
Station (1953-1953).
SIMONS, JOSEPH H., Ph.D. (California), Professor of Chemical Engineering; Research
Professor and Coordinator of Fluorine Research, Engineering and Industrial Experi-
ment Station (1950-1950).








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SIMPSON, CHARLES FLOYD, D.V.M. (Cornell), Associate Veterinarian, Agricultural Ex-
periment Station (1948-1948) (On leave 1954-1955).
SIMPSON, KATIERINE, M.S., Extension Clothing Specialist, Agricultural Extension Serv-
ice, Tallahassee (1951-1951) (Resigned September 30, 1954).
SIRAGUSA, JOSEPHINE MARIE, M.S., Instructor in Pharmacy (1953-1953) (Resigned Sep-
tember 10, 1954).
SITES, JOHN WILBUR, Ph.D. (Ohio State), Horticulturist, Citrus Experiment Station
(1942-1947).
SKAGGS, ALLEN ORRIN, B.A.J., Editor, News Bureau (1942-1950).
SKILLMAN, CLARENCE E., Assistant Meteorologist, Weather Forecasting Service (1942-
1942).
SKINNER, BLANCHE ESTELLE, M.A.E., Instructor, P. K. Yonge Laboratory School (1945-
1952).
SKINNER, THOMAS COBB, M.Ag., Associate Agricultural Engineer, Agricultural Extension
Service (1947-1953).
SKOFIELD, HARRIETT CLARK, M.A. in L.S., Assistant Librarian in Charge of P. K. Yonge
Library of Florida History (1945-1953).
SLAGLE, DEAN, LL.B., Professor of Law (1924-1924).
SLATER, JOHN VERNON, Ph.D. (Michigan), Assistant Professor of Biology (1952-1954).
SMITH, ALEXANDER G., Ph.D (Duke), Associate Professor of Physics (1948-1953).
SMITH, CECIL NUCKOLS, M.A., Associate Agricultural Economist, Agricultural Experi-
ment Station (1952-1952).
SMITH, CHARLES BASSEL, Ph.D. (Wisconsin), Professor of Mathematics (1946-1951).
SMITH, DAVID BARRY, Sc.D. (Harvard), Professor of Civil Engineering and Research
Professor, Engineering and Industrial Experiment Station (1949-1954).
SMITH, EDWARD FRANK, E.E., Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering (1928-1937).
SMITH, ELDON DEE, Ph.D. (Wisconsin), Assistant Economist, Agricultural Experiment
Station (1954-1954).
SMITH, FREDERICK BUREAN, Ph.D. (Iowa State), Professor of Soils and Head of Depart-
ment; Microbiologist and Head of Department, Agricultural Experiment Station
(1937-1937).
SMITH, JAMES HUNN, M.S.M.E., Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering (1947-
1952).
SMITH, JOSEPH GORDON, M.A.E., District Supervisor, Agricultural Education (1943-
1947).
SMITH, MARTIN HARRIS, B.Arch., Assistant Professor of Architecture (1949-1952).
SMITH, RALPH LESLIE, M.S., Associate Agronomist, North Florida Experiment Station
(1943-1943).
SMITH, REYNOLDS BELDEN, Ph.D. (New York State College of Forestry), Associate Pro-
fessor of Wood Technology (1949-1949).
SMITH, RUTH MARGARET, M.P.H., Teacher, P. K. Yonge Laboratory School (1952-1952).
SMITH, T. LYNN, Ph.D. (Minnesota), Professor of Sociology (1949-1949).
SNIPES, WILSON CURRIN, M.A., Instructor in English (1954-1954).
SOPER, DANIEL WILLIAM, Ph.D. (Syracuse), Assistant Professor of Psychology; Associ-
ate, Psychological Clinic (1952-1952).
SOSIN, ABRAHAM, Ph.D. (Illinois), Assistant Professor of Physics (1954-1954).
SOUTH, DUDLEY EUGENE, Ph.D. (Michigan), Professor of Mathematics (1952-1952).
SOWELL, GROVER, Ph.D. (Cornell), Assistant Plant Pathologist, Gulf Coast Experiment
Station (1954-1954).









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SPACHIE, GEORGE DANIEL, Ph.D. (New York), Head of Reading Laboratory and Clinic
and Professor of Education (1950-1950).
SPANGLER, BYRON DEMENT, M.S.E., Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering (1949-
1950).
SPARKS, THOMAS WILSON, B.S.A., Assistant Dairy Husbandman, Agricultural Extension
Service (1952-1954).
SPECHT, RANDOLPH CHILLIAN, B.S.Ch.E., Professor of Chemical Engineering and Re-
search Professor, Engineering and Industrial Experiment Station (1944-1944) (Re-
signed August 31, 1954).
SPENCER, ERNEST LEAVITT, Ph.D. (Rutgers), Soil Chemist in Charge, Gulf Coast Ex-
periment Station (1943-1950).
SPINKS, DANIEL OWEN, Ph.D. (North Carolina State), Assistant Professor of Soils 1947-
1947).
SPURLOCK, ALVIN HAROLD, M.S.A., Agricultural Economist, Agricultural Experiment Sta-
tion (1934-1953).
STANLEY, DENNIS KEITH, M.A.E., Dean of the College of Physical Education and Health,
and Professor of Physical Education (1931-1946).
STARNS, BYRON EUGENE, B.S.B.A., Manager, Bookstore (1953-1954).
STARR, NATHAN COMFORT, Ph.D. (Harvard), Visiting Professor of English and Hu-
manities (1953-1953).
STATON, WESLEY MORGAN, Ed.D. (Boston), Associate Professor of Professional Physical
Education (1949-1950).
STEARNS, THOMAS WESLEY, Ph.D. (Minnesota), Associate Professor of Agricultural
Chemistry (1946-1949).
STEPHENS, FOY WOODROW, M.P.H., Instructor in Physical Education (1952-1952).
STEPHENS, JOHN C., B.S., Drainage Engineer, Everglades Experiment Station (1950-
1950).
STEPHENS, RICHARD BADENOCH, LL.B., Professor of Law (1949-1954).
STEPHENS, WILLIAM C., B.E.E., 1st Lt., Signal Corps, Assistant Professor of Military
Science and Tactics (1954-1954).
STERLING, HUGO OTTO, B.S., Assistant Horticulturist, Citrus Experiment Station (1942-
1942).
STERRETT, DELBERT ELLINGSWORTH, M.A., Assistant Professor of Music (1948-1951)
(On leave 1954-1955)
STEVENS, BILLIE KNAPP, M.A., Professor of Professional Physical Education (1936-1954).
STEVENSON, NANCY JEAN, B.D., Teaching Assistant in Art (1954-1954).
STEWART, EDGAR ALLEN, M.Ed., Interim Instructor in Physical Science (1954-1954).
STEWART, IVAN, Ph.D. (Rutgers), Assistant Biochemist, Citrus Experiment Station (1951-
1951).
STEWART, MARJORIE ANN, M.S.E., Head Resident, Women's Residence Halls (1952-
1952).
STONE, WILLIAM MORGAN, M.S., Assistant in Parasitology, Agricultural Experiment Sta-
tion (1951-1951).
STORER, MORRIS BREWSTER, Ph.D. (Harvard), Professor of Humanities (1947-1947).
STOUGH, PHILIP NEWMAN, B.A., Assistant Editor, University Press (1953-1953).
STOUT, GERALD JOHN, Ph.D. (Ohio State), Professor of Horticulture (1947-1949).
STOVALL, WALTER B., M.A., Interim Instructor in Mathematics (1954-1954).
STOVER, LOREN HAIGHT, Assistant in Horticulture, Watermelon Investigations Laboratory
(1951-1951).
STRICKLAND, THOMAS WHITNEY, M.A.E., Assistant Professor of Education (1943-1944).








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STRIEBY, CHARLES WILSON, M.S.Arch., Assistant Professor of Architecture (1952-1952).
STRIPLING, ROBERT OLIN, Ed.D. (Columbia), Associate Professor of Education (1941-
1952).
STRYKER, PHILIP DAVID, Ph.D. (Northwestern), Assistant Professor of English (1947-
1947).
STURGES, LENA EUGENIA, M.S., Assistant Economist in Food Conservation, State Home
Demonstration Office, Tallahassee (1954-1954).
SUIT, Ross FRISBIE, Ph.D. (Iowa State), Plant Pathologist, Citrus Experiment Station
(1945-1946).
SULLIVAN, ARNOLD WAYNE, M.S.E., Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering and
Associate Research Professor, Engineering and Industrial Experiment Station (1948-
1954).
SUMMERHILL, GEORGE WINSTON, M.B.A., Assistant Professor of Accounting (1948-
1948) (Resigned September 1, 1954).
SUMMERS, MELVIN DALE, B.F.A., Assistant Professor of Art (1948-1950).
SUNG, TSE YUNG, Sc.D. (Harvard), Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering (1954-
1954).
SUTTON, GEORGE EDWIN, M.S.M.E., Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering and
Assistant Research Professor, Engineering and Industrial Experiment Station (1948-
1952).
SVARLIEN, OSCAR, Ph.D. (North Carolina), Associate Professor of Social Sciences (1946-
1946).
SWANSON, DANIEL CRAMER, Ph.D. (Cornell), Professor of Physics (1929-1949).
SWANSON, LEONARD ERWIN, D.V.M. (Ohio State), Parasitologist, Agricultural Experi-
ment Station (1941-1941).
SWARTHOUT, EDWARD WILLIAM, D.V.M. (Texas A. & M), Associate Poultry Pathologist,
Agricultural Experiment Station (1952-1952).
SWEENEY, VICTOR VALENTINE, M.A., C.P.C.U., Professor of Insurance (1947-1951).
SWETT, MANETTE, M.A., Instructor, P. K. Yonge Laboratory School (1948-1953).
SWINFORD, KENNETH ROBERTS, M.S.F., Associate Professor of Forest Management
(1946-1951).
TARRANT, PAUL, Ph.D. (Duke), Associate Professor of Chemistry (1946-1951).
TAYLOR, EDWIN STEWART, M.A., Psychometrist, Veterans Guidance Center (1952-1952).
TAYLOR, GRACE ELIZABETH, M.A. in L.S., Assistant in Reference and Bibliography,
University Library (1951-1952).
TEDDER, PAUL MATHEW, B.S.E.E., Research Professor and Section Head, Engineering and
Industrial Experiment Station (1943-1943).
TELLER, MORTON HERMAN, M.A.E., Curator of Physics (1943-1949).
TESELLE, CLARENCE JOHN, LL.B., Professor of Law (1928-1929).
TEW, ROY EDWARDS, Ph.D. (Ohio State), Assistant Professor of Speech; Associate,
Speech and Hearing Clinic (1937-1951).
THACKER, HELEN MARGUERITE, M.A. Associate Resident, Women's Residence Halls
(1954-1954).
THAMES, WALTER HENDRIX, M.S., Assistant Entomologist, Everglades Experiment Station
(1948-1948).
THOMAS, GERALD ANDREW, Ph.D. (Florida), Assistant Professor of Chemistry (1946-
1952)..
THOMASON, OLIVER BRUCE, Ph.D. (Pennsylvania State), Associate Professor of Sociology;
Associate, Marriage and Family Clinic (1942-1951).









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THOMPSON, ARTHUR WILLIAM, Ph.D. (Columbia), Assistant Professor of Social Sciences
(1946-1947) (On leave 1954-1955).
THOMPSON, BUFORD DALE, Ph.D. (Florida), Assistant Horticulturist, Agricultural Ex-
periment Station (1948-1948).
THOMPSON, LEONARD GARNETT, Ph.D. (Iowa State), Soils Chemist, North Florida Ex-
periment Station (1945-1945).
THOMPSON, ROBERT ALDEN, M.S.E., Professor of Aeronautical Engineering and Head of
Department (1933-1946).
THOMPSON, WILLIAM LOUDEN, B.S., Entomologist, Citrus Experiment Station (1927-
1944).
THOR, ERIC, M.S.A., Associate Professor of Agricultural Economics and Associate Agricul-
tural Economist, Agricultural Experiment Station (1947-1951).
THORNTON, GEORGE DANIEL, Ph.D. (Iowa State), Professor of Soils and Soils Micro-
biologist, Agricultural Experiment Station (1941-1949).
THORO, DMITRI E., M.S., Interim Instructor in Mathematics (1954-1954).
THORWALD, WALTER EARL, B.A., Assistant Director of Florida Union (1954-1954).
THYGERSON, JOHN RICHARD, M.A., Instructor in English (1954-1954).
TIFFIN, WILLIAM TRUITT, M.S.M.E., Professor of Mechanical Engineering (1944-1954).
TILLEY, WESLEY HOPE, M.A., Assistant Professor of Humanities (1949-1949).
TILLMAN, OLA BELLE, B.S. in L.S., Assistant in Reference and Bibliography, University
Library (1953-1953) (Resigned August 31, 1954).
TILLMAN, WILEY JAMES, B.S.Arch, Assistant Professor of Architecture (1952-1954)
TISDALE, WILLIAM BURLEIGH, Ph.D. (Wisconsin), Professor of Plant Pathology and
Head, Division of Botany; Plant Pathologist and Head of Department, Agricultural
Experiment Station (1922-1931).
TISON, JEAN PIEPER, M.A.E., Instructor in Education (1936-1948).
TISSOT, ARCHIE NEWTON, Ph.D. (Ohio State), Entomologist and Head of Department,
Agricultural Experiment Station (1925-1946).
TITUS, MARY ELIZABETH, M.A., Instructor in Physical Education (1953-1953).
TOERNE, RICHARD ALFRED, Ph.D. (Northwestern), Interim Instructor in English (1954-
1954).
TORNEY, BETTY JOANNE, M.P.H., Assistant Social Director of Florida Union (1954-
1954).
TORRACA, PASQUALE MARIO, M.Arch., A.I.A., Professor of Architecture (1947-1950).
TOWNSEND, JULIUS CIARLES, B.S., Agricultural Statistician, Agricultural Experiment
Station (1945-1945).
TOWNSEND, KENNETH GRAHAM, B.S.A., Assistant in Entomology-Pathology, Citrus Ex-
periment Station (1950-1950).
TRAVIS, ROBERT WILLIAM, M.S., Assistant Professor of Real Estate (1952-1952).
TRAXLER, FELICIA W., M.A., Instructor in Information and Service, General Extension
Division (1928-1928).
TRUJILLO, VIDAL, M.A., Assistant Professor, P. K. Yonge Laboratory School (1944-
1945).
TUCKER, WOODSON COLEMAN, Ph.D. (Florida), Assistant Professor of Chemistry (1946-
1952)..
TUNISON, PAUL BLISS, B.S., Interim Instructor in Physical Sciences (1954-1954).
TURNER, GLOVER MANUEL, LL.B., Assistant Dean of the General Extension Division
In Charge of Extension Class Teachinig (1929-1945).
TUTTLE, FRANK WALDO, Ph.D. (Iowa), Associate Professor of Economics (1935-1947).
TWENTE, JOHN W., Ph.D. (Michigan), Interim Instructor in Biology (1954-1954).








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TYLER, MAX EZRA, Ph.D. (Ohio State), Professor of Bacteriology and Head of Depart-
ment (1953-1953).
TYNER, MACK, Ph.D. (Cincinnati), Associate Professor of Chemical Engineering (1914-
1944).
TYSON, WILLIE KATE, B.S. in L.S., Assistant in Charge of Forestry Library (1948-
1948).
URSCHEL, LILLIAN TRESSEL, M.A., Assistant in Library, Agricultural Experiment Station
(1953-1953).
VADHEIM, ROBERT HAROLD, M.D. (Minnesota), Director of Student Health Department
and Professor of Hygiene (1954-1954).
VALK, MELVIN EHRMAN, Ph.D. (Wisconsin), Associate Professor of German (1947-
1947).
VAN METER, JOHN EDWARD, M.A., Instructor in Speech (1952-1952).
VAN MIDDELEM, CHARLES HENRY, Ph.D. (Cornell), Assistant Biochemist, Agricultural
Experiment Station (1951-1951).
VAN NATTA, MARY LOUISE, M.S., Instructor in Chemistry (1953-1953).
VEDDER, CLYDE BENNETT, Ph.D. (Southern California), Assistant Professor of Social
Sciences and Sociology (1948-1948).
VERMILYE, DYCKMAN WARE, M.A., Interim Director of Housing (1950-1951).
VILECE, ROBERT JOSEPH, Ph.D. (Massachusetts), Assistant Professor of Horticulture
(1953-1953).
VOLK, GAYLORD MONROE, Ph.D. (Wisconsin), Soils Chemist, Agricultural Experiment
Station (1939-1939).
Voss, ELBERT, Ph.D. (Florida), Professor of Pharmacognosy and Pharmacology and
Head of Department (1948-1948).
VOWLES, RICHARD B., Ph.D. (Yale), Assistant Professor of English (1951-1951).
VOYLES, LOUIS VERNON, B.A., Assistant University Examiner (1948-1948).
WADE, ADELBERT ELTON, B.S.P., Research Assistant, Department of Veterinary Science,
Agricultural Experiment Station (1954-1954).
WADSWORTH, JOHN GAIL, D.V.M. (Kansas State), Assistant Professor of Veterinary
Science and Assistant Poultry Pathologist, Agricultural Experiment Station (1954-
1954).
WAGLOW, IRVING FREDERICK, M.Ed., Associate Professor of Physical Education (1946-
1954).
WAITES, ROBERT ELLSWORTH, Ph.D. (Ohio State), Assistant Enthomologist, Agricultural
Experiment Station (1951-1951).
WAKEFIELD, TROY MARSHALL, M.S.T., Assistant Professor of Church and Community
Service, General Extension Division (1951-1951).
WALKER, ALLAN P., B.S., Captain, Assistant Professor of Air Science (1953-1953).
WALKER, BIRON HELTON, M.A., Assistant Professor of English (1942-1947).
Assistant Research Professor, Engineering and Industrial Experiment Station (1953-
WALKER, JAMES HENRY, M.S.A., Assistant Soil Surveyor Agricultural Experiment Station
(1949-1949).
WALKER, LYNN WESLEY, M.A. in L.S., Assistant Librarian in Charge of Engineering
Library (1952-1954).
WALKER, ROBERT DIXON, M.S., Research Professor, Engineering and Industrial Experi
ment Station (1944-1944).
WALKER, SUE ROBERTS, B.S., Assistant in Serials, University Library (1947-1947).
WALKER, VIRGINIA CALLAN, Head Resident, Women's Residence Halls (1949-1952).








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WALLACE, ALVIN THOMAS, Ph.D. (North Carolina State), Assistant Agronomist, Agricul-
tural Experiment Station (1950-1950).
WALLACE, HAROLD DEAN, Ph.D. (Cornell), Associate Professor of Animal Nutrition
and Associate Animal Husbandman, Agricultural Experiment Station (1950-1953).
WALLACE, HOWARD KEEFER, Ph.D. (Florida), Professor of Biology (1932-1949).
WALLACE, MAXWELL JOSEPH, Ph.D. (Cornell), Assistant Professor of French (1936-
1951).
WALLACE, RUSSELL WILLIS, B.S., Associate Agronomist, North Florida Experiment Sta-
tion (1942-1942).
WALLBRUNN, HENRY MAURICE, Ph.D. (Chicago), Assistant Professor of Biology (1951-
1951).
WALTER, JAMES MUNDAY, Ph.D. (Minnesota), Plant Pathologist, Gulf Coast Experiment
Station (1947-1947).
WANDER, IRVIN WOODROW, Ph.D. (Ohio State), Soils Chemist, Citrus Experiment Sta-
tion (1947-1947).
WANG, CHI WU, Ph.D. (Harvard), Interim Assistant Professor of Forest Genetics
(1954-1954).
WANG, VEN SHUN, M.S., Research Assistant, Cancer Research Laboratory (1953-1953).
(Resigned October 31, 1954).
WARD, COLEMAN YOUNGER, M.S., Assistant in Agronomy, Range Cattle Experiment
Station (1954-1954).
WARD, TED WARREN, M.Ed., Interim Instructor in Education (1954-1954) (Resigned
January 31, 1955).
WARFEL, HENRY REDCAY, Ph.D. (Yale), Professor of English (1948-1948).
WARNICK, ALVIN CROPPER, Ph.D. (Wisconsin), Assistant Professor of Animal Hus-
bandry and Assistant Physiologist, Agricultural Experiment Station (1953-1953).
WARREN, JESSIE ALMA, M.A. in L.S., Assistant Editor and Visual Aids Specialist, Home
Demonstration Work, Tallahassee (1951-1951).
WARSHYK, EDWARD A. J., Shop Foreman, Engineering and Industrial Experiment Station
(1946-1950).
WATERS, ROLLAND HAYS, Ph.D. (Chicago), Professor of Psychology (1952-1952).
WATHEN, LAWRENCE JAMES, M.A., Assistant Professor of Humanities (1950-1951).
WATKINS, JOHN VERTREES, M.S.A., Associate Professor of Horticulture (1926-1948).
WATKINS, LAURA JONES, M.A., Instructor in Education (1943-1950).
WATKINS, MARSHALL OWEN, M.Ag., Assistant Director, Agricultural Extension Service
(1941-1950).
WATKINS, MAUD COWARD, M.A.E., Instructor, P. K. Yonge Laboratory School (1946-
1953).
WATTENBARGER, JAMES LORENZO, Ed.D. (Florida), Assistant Professor of Education
(1947-1949).
WEAVER, JENNINGS CLARK, Ph.M., Assistant Professor of Communications (1949-
1949).
WEBB, JOHN NYE, Ph.D. (Columbia), Professor of Economics (1943-1944).
WEBB, THOMAS ELLIOT, B.S.A., Assistant Agronomist, North Florida Experiment Station
(1950-1954).
WEBBER, IRVING LEONARD, M.A., Assistant Professor of Sociology and Anthropology
(1953-1953).
WEBER, GEORGE FREDERICK, Ph.D. (Wisconsin), Professor of Plant Pathology and Pro-
fessor of Forestry (1922-1932).








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WEEKS, JAMES BARNETT, B.S., Assistant in Entomology-Pathology, Citrus Experiment
Station (1950-1950).
WEIL, JOSEPH, M.S., Dean of the College of Engineering and Professor of Electrical
Engineering; Director, Engineering and Industrial Experiment Station (1921-1937).
WEIMER, RAE O., Director of the School of Journalism and Communications, and Pro-
fessor of Journalism (1949-1953).
WELLS, JOEL DOUGLAS, B.E.E., Research Assistant, Engineering and Industrial Experi-
ment Station (1953-1953).
WELLS, THOMAS NATHAN, B.S.E.E., Manager, Printing Department (1950-1954).
WELSCH, WALTER ROLAND, M.Ed., Interim Instructor in Physical Education (1954-
1954).
WENZEL, FREDERICK WILLIAM, Ph.D. (Massachusetts), Chemist, Citrus Experiment
Station (1948-1948).
WERSHOW, IRVING ROBERT, Ph.D. (Yale), Associate Professor of Spanish (1946-1954).
WEST, ERDMAN, M.S., Professor of Botany; Botanist and Mycologist, Agricultural Ex-
periment Station (1925-1927).
WEST, STANLEY LEROY, LL.B., B.S., in L.S., Director of Libraries and Professor of
Library Science (1938-1946).
WESTFALL, MINTER JACKSON, Ph.D. (Cornell), Assistant Professor of Biological Sciences
(1947-1947).
WESTGATE, PHILIP JOHN, Ph.D. (Cornell), Associate Horticulturist, Central Florida
Experiment Station (1943-1949).
WETHINGTON, JOHN A., Ph.D. (Northwestern), Assistant Professor of Chemistry and
Assistant Research Professor, Engineering and Industrial Experiment Station (1953-
1953).
WHARTON, WILLIAM LOUIS, M.Ed., Assistant Director of Admissions (1953-1953).
WHITE, JAKE B., B.S.A., Associate Agronomist, North Florida Experiment Station (1941-
1944).
WHITE, JOSEPH BENTON, Ph.D. (Peabody), Dean of the College of Education and Pro-
fessor of Education (1948-1949).
WHITEHEAD, RICHARD HOLMES, B.A., Associate Registrar (1938-1952).
WHITNER, BENJAMIN FRANKLIN, B.S.A., Assistant Horticulturist, Central Florida Ex-
periment Station (1922-1945).
WHITTINGTON, WILLIS ARLING, M.Ed., Teacher, P. K. Yonge Laboratory School (1953-
1953).
WIGGINS, MACDONALD JOHNSTON, B.S.E.E., Instructor in Electrical Engineering and
Assistant in Research, Engineering and Industrial Experiment Station (1953-1953).
WILcox, DONALD BROOKS, M.S.M.E., Professor of Industrial Engineering (1952-1952).
WILES, KIMBALL, Ph.D. (Ohio State), Professor of Education and Chairman of Division
of Secondary Education (1950-1950).
WILGUS, A. CURTIS, Ph.D. (Wisconsin), Director, School of Inter-American Studies and
Professor of History (1950-1950).
WILKES, JOSEPH ALLEN, B.Arch., Assistant Professor of Architecture (1952-1952).
WILKINS, WOODROW W., M.S.Arch., Assistant Professor of Architecture (1949-1951).
WILKOWSKE, HOWARD H., Ph.D. (Iowa State), Associate Professor of Dairy Manufac-
tures and Associate Dairy Technologist, Agricultural Experiment Station (1950-
1954).
WILLIAMS, DONALD RAYMOND, M.Ed., Teacher, P. K. Yonge Laboratory School (1954-
1954).
WILLIAMS, ELINOR, M.M., Instructor in Music (1953-1953).








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WILLIAMS, HERMAN BARNES, B.M.E., Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering
(1946-1947).
WILLIAMS, OSBORNE, Ph.D. (Chicago), Assistant Professor of Psychology (1927-1927).
WILLIAMS, WALTER ROLLIN, Ph.D. (Ohio State), Professor of Education and Head of
Industrial Arts and Vocational Education (1942-1947).
WILLIAMSON, EDWARD CHARLES, M.A., Instructor in History and Collector of Florida
Manuscripts (1948-1948) (Resigned August 16, 1954).
WILLIAMSON, ROBERT CROZIER, Ph.D. (Wisconsin), Professor of Physics and Head of
Department (1930-1930).
WILLINGHAM, JAMES W., M.S.F., Instructor in Forestry (1950-1950).
WILSON, JAMES LARRYMORE, Ph.D. (North Carolina), Assistant Professor of English
(1939-1947).
WILSON, JOHN WALLACE, Sc.D. (Harvard), Entomologist, Central Florida Experiment
Station (1930-1938).
WILSON, JOHN WESLEY, M.S.E., Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering (1933-
1943) (On leave 1954-1955).
WILSON, WILLIAM HAROLD, Ph.D. (Illinois), Professor of Logic and Head of Depart-
ment; Counselor (1927-1946).
WIMBERLY, STANLEY EUGENE, Ph.D. (Michigan), Assistant Dean of the College of
Arts and Sciences and Professor of Psychology (1941-1951).
WING, JAMES MARVIN, Ph.D. (Iowa State), Assistant Dairy Husbandman, Agricultural
Experiment Station (1951-1951).
WINSOR, ARTHUR NELSON, M.S.E., Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering and Assistant
Research Professor, Engineering and Industrial Experiment Station (1945-1948).
WINSOR, HERBERT WILLIAMS, B.S.A., Assistant Chemist, Agricultural Experiment Station
(1930-1930).
WIRTALA, ARNOLD ERNEST, Ed.D. (Florida), Assistant Professor of Music (1948-1952).
WISE, JACOB HOOPEA, Ph.D. (Peabody), Professor of English and Head of Freshman
English (1925-1935).
WISE, WILLIAM MAX, Ed.D. (Columbia), Dean of Student Personnel (1948-1948).
WOFFORD, IRVIN MIRLE, Ph.D. (Michigan State), Assistant Agronomist, Agricultural
Experiment Station (1949-1953).
WOFFORD, KATE VIXON, Ph.D. (Columbia), Professor of Education and Head of
Elementary Education (1947-1947) (Deceased October 31, 1954).
WOLF, EMIL ANDREW, M.S., Assistant Horticulturist, Everglades Experiment Station
(1948-1948).
WOLFE, HERBERT SNOW, Ph.D. (Chicago), Professor of Horticulture and Head of De-
partment (1930-1932).
WOLFENBARGER, DANIEL OTIS, Ph.D. (Cornell), Entomologist, Sub-Tropical Experiment
Station (1945-1948).
WOLFF, GEORGE ELLIOTT, M.A., Instructor in Social Sciences (1948-1948) (On leave
1954-1955).
WOLTZ, SHREVE SIMPSON, Ph.D. (Rutgers), Assistant Horticulturist, Gulf Coast Experi-
ment Station (1953-1953).
WOOD, MICHAEL J., B.A., Assistant Director, Plant and Grounds Division, Health Cen-
ter (1954-1954).
WOOD, WYATT SUMNER, Interim Assistant Research Professor, Engineering and Indus-
trial Experiment Station (1951-1951).
WOODRUFF, GEORGE ROBERT, B.S.E., Head Football Coach and Director of Intercolleg-
iate Athletics (1950-1950).








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WORCESTER, DONALD EMMET, Ph.D. (California), Associate Professor of History and
Social Sciences (1947-1951).
WRIGHT, ARTHUR GILBERT, M.S., Curator of Exhibits, Florida State Museum (1953-
1953).
WUNDERLICH, HENRY, Ph.D. (Texas), Associate Professor of Psychology (1945-
1947).
WYATT, JOHN WALTON, S.J.D. (George Washington), Associate Professor of Business
Law (1948-1953).
YARBROUGH, ORIN S., B.A., Auditor, Business Office (1954-1954).
YATES, HARRY EDGAR, Assistant Meteorologist, Weather Forecasting Service (1954-1954).
YEARLEY, CLIFTON KREBS, Ph.D. (Johns Hopkins), Interim Instructor in Social Sciences
(1954-1954).
YODER, LOWELL CURTIS, M.A., Associate Professor of Marketing (1949-1949).
YOtiO, WILLIAM HERBERT, M.S., Assistant Professor of Physical Sciences and Geology
(1951-1951).
YON, EVERETT MARION, B.S., Administrative Assistant, Intercollegiate Athletics (1950-
1950).
YONGE, JULIAN CHANDLER, Director, P. K. Yonge Library of Florida History (1944-
1944).
YONGE, PHILLIP KEYES, LL.B., Professor of Law (1949-1954).
YOUNG, JOHN ADAM, Ph.D. (Florida), Assistant Research Professor, Engineering and
Industrial Experiment Station (1953-1953).
YOUNG, JOHN WILLIAM, Ph.D. (Florida), Assistant Professor of Mathematics (1946-
1952) (Resigned September 9, 1954).
YOUNG, THOMAS WILBUR, Ph.D. (Cornell), Associate Horticulturist, Sub-Tropical Ex-
periment Station (1942-1942).
YOUNGS, MARIAN AMELIA, M.A. in L.S., Assistant Librarian, Technical Processes,
University Library (1934-1949).
YOUNT, JAMES L., Ph.D. (Hawaii), Assistant Professor of Biological Sciences (1954-
1954).
ZETROUER, WALLACE FEASTER, M.S.E., Assistant in Research, Engineering and Industrial
Experiment Station (1943-1946).
ZIEGLER, LOUIS WILLIAM, M.S.A., Associate Professor of Horticulture (1930-1951).
ZIMMERMAN, IRENE, M.A., M.A. in L.S., Assistant Librarian in Reference and Biblio-
graphy, University Library (1951-1951).
ZIMPFER, WALTER HENRY, M.S., Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering and Assistant
Research Professor, Engineering and Industrial Experiment Station (1950-1950).
ZMESKAL, OTTO, Sc.D. (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), Research Professor,
Engineering and Industrial Experiment Station (1954-1954).









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UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
COUNTY AND HOME DEMONSTRATION AGENTS,
AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION SERVICE

ADAMS, DONALD EZELL, B.S.A., Dixie County Agent (1950-1953).
ALEXANDER, CAMILLA RADNEY, B.S., Liberty County Home Demonstration Agent (1947-
1947).
ALLEN, BILLY JAY, M.A., Assistant Palm Beach County Agent (1953-1953) (On leave
1954-1955).
ANDREWS, ADAM TUCKER, B.S.A., Assistant Alachua County Agent (1954-1954).
ANDREWS, RANCE A., B.S.A., Hamilton County Agent (1952-1954).
ARMOR, JADIE O., B.S.A.E., Assistant Hillsborough County Agent (1941-1941).
ARNOLD, HELEN C., B.S., Assistant Escambia County Home Demonstration Agent (1954-
1954).
ATKINSON, ETHEL, B.A., Escambia County Home Demonstration Agent (1929-1929).
BAETZMAN, FREDERICK ERNEST, B.S.A., Orange County Agent (1935-1935).
BAILLIE, A. DAVID, B.S.A., Marion County Agent (1943-1943).
BARCO, JOHNNIE FRANK, B.S.A., Hardee County Agent (1950-1953).
BAXTER, RAY COLE, B.S., Okaloosa County Home Demonstration Agent (1953-1953).
BEAUCHAMP, DORIS EVELYN, B.S.H.E., Assistant Pinellas County Home Demonstration
Agent (1953-1953) (Resigned August 31, 1954).
BECK, MURIEL AGNES, B.S.H.E., Osceola County Home Demonstration Agent (1950-
1950).
BEEM, JEAN, B.S.A., Assistant Hillsborough County Agent (1948-1949).
BELOW, CHARLES CLAYTON, M.Ag., Clay County Agent (1950-1950).
BENNETT, MARY H., B.S.H.E., DeSoto County Home Demonstration Agent (1954-
1954).
BLITCH, LOOMIS, B.A.E., Alachua County Agent (1931-1931).
BOOTH, EDWIN W., B.S.A., Assistant Hillsborough County Agent (1946-1946) (Resigned
September 14, 1954).
BOTTS, LORA A., B.S., Santa Rosa County Home Demonstration Agent (1947-1947).
BOYLES, CLIFFORD R., Okeechobee County Agent (1945-1945).
BRABSON, CATHERINE, M.S., Highlands County Home Demonstration Agent (1945-
1945).
BRINKLEY, HARRY JOHN, M.S.A., Hernando County Agent (1941-1941).
BROTHERS, SIIELBY LEE, B.S.A., Lafayette County Agent (1935-1935).
BROWN, LALEAH BURNETT, B.S., Sarasota County Home Demonstration Agent (1947-
1947).
BULLARD, MARIAN, B.S.H.E., Lake County Home Demonstration Agent (1954-1954).
BURDINE, MARTHA CAROLYN, B.S.H.E., Assistant Lake County Home Demonstration
Agent (1952-1952) (Resigned September 30, 1954).
BURGESS, JANE R., B.S.H.E., Assistant Jackson County Home Demonstration Agent (1954-
1954).
BURKHALTER, JAMES CLARENCE, B.S.A., Assistant Lake County Agent (1954-1954).
BYRD, CARLISLE A., B.S.A., Assistant Pasco County Agent (1954-1954).
CAMPBELL, JOHN DOUGLAS, B.S.A., Assistant Dade County Agent (1947-1947).
CARR, HORACE MIXON, B.S.A., Bay County Agent (1951-1951).
CARTER, MARTHA W., B.S.H.E., Suwannee County Home Demonstration Agent (1954-
1954).









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CASTEEL, SANDRA S., B.S.H.E., Assistant Pinellas County Home Demonstration Agent
(1954-1954).
CAUSEY, JOHN HJALMAR, B.S.A., Assistant Palm Beach County Agent (1948-1948).
CHAMPAGNE, ROY JEAN, M.S., Assistant Dade County Agent (1953-1953).
CHILDERS, SALLIE R., B.S., Hardee County Home Demonstration Agent (1954-1954).
CLAGETT, LUCILE INSCOE, B.S.H.E., Martin County Home Demonstration Agent (1945-
1945).
CLARK, BERNARD HENTZ, B.S.A-, Assistant Gadsden County Agent (1948-1948).
CLARK, KENNETH A., B.S.A., Sarasota County Agent (1942-1942).
CLARK, SHIRLEY CARR, B.S.H.E., Madison County Home Demonstration Agent (1953-
1953).
CLAY, RALPH THOMAS, B.S.A., Assistant Putnam County Agent (1949-1949).
CLEMMONS, ALEXANDER HERSCHEL, B.S.A., Okaloosa County Agent (1948-1951) (Re-
signed July 19, 1954).
COBB, LEONARD CLARENCE, B.S.A., Gilchrist County Agent (1951-1953).
COBURN, LINNIE RUTH, B.S., Levy County Home Demonstration Agent (1954-1954).
COOK, HAROLD H., B.S.A., Assistant Madison County Agent (1954-1954).
COWEN, WILLIAM JOSHUA, B.S.A., Union County Agent (1946-1948).
CREWS, JULIUS PAUL, B.S.A., Suwannee County Agent (1953-1954).
CRIBBETT, ALBERT F., B.S.A., Assistant Orange County Agent (1954-1954).
CUNNINGHAM, HARRELL WILSON, B.S.A., Assistant Brevard County Agent (1951-1951)
CUNNINGHAM, LEMUEL EDWARD, B.S.A., Assistant Pinellas County Agent (1947-1947).
CURTIS, ROBERT GEORGE, B.S.A., Assistant Manatee County Agent (1952-1952).
DANIELS, BARBARA JUNE, B.S., Franklin County Home Demonstration Agent (1954-
1954).
DAUGHTRY, MAMIE S., B.S., Leon County Home Demonstration Agent (1947-1951).
DAVIs, ANITA BURNAM, M.S., Holmes County Home Demonstration Agent (1952-1952).
DAVIS, HENRY PITTMAN, B.S.A., Taylor County Agent (1950-1954).
DAVIS, JOHNNIE EVERETTE, B.S.A., Washington County Agent (1948-1951).
DAWSON, CHARLES RALPH, M.S.A., Seminole County Agent (1934-1934).
DOZIER, CHARLES T., B.S.A., Assistant Santa Rosa County Agent (1953-1953).
DRIGGERS, ALBERT GILCHRIST, B.S.A., Gadsden County Agent (1945-1945).
DUKES, NEAL MATTHEW, B.S., Columbia County Agent (1952-1952).
DURRANCE, KENNETH L., B.S.A., Assistant Polk County Agent (1954-1954).
DURRE, NOLAND LOYD, M.S., Assistant Dade County Agent (1952-1952).
EBY, EDNA LOUISE, B.S.H.E., Volusia County Home Demonstration Agent (1943-1948).
EDWARDS, MIRL4M ALICE, B.S.H.E., Franklin County Home Demonstration Agent (1953-
1953) (Resigned August 31, 1954).
ELKINS, RUTH MCKEOWN, B.S.H.E., Polk County Home Demonstration Agent (1942-
1942).
ELLIS, GORDON BROOKS, Nassau County Agent (1944-1946).
EUBANKS, FLOYD LEE, B.S.A., Suwannee County Agent (1949-1950) (Resigned October
15, 1954).
FARREL, WILBURN CARLOS, M.A., Assistant Sumter County Agent (1951-1951).
FINLAY, ANNIE W., B.S., Calhoun County Home Demonstration Agent (1954-1954).
FLOYD, BEN H., B.S.A., Assistant Escambia County Agent (1951-1951).
FRAZIER, DORIS ELIZABETH, B.S., Assistant Polk County Home Demonstration Agent
(1950-1950) (Resigned September 15, 1954).
FULTON, MAY O., B.S.H.E., Sumter County Home Demonstration Agent (1954-1954).
GATLIN, FLORENCE LOU, B.S., Walton County Home Demonstration Agent (1949-1949).









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GEORGE, DONALD ATKINSON, B.S.A., Assistant Sarasota County Agent (1954-1954).
GLENN, WOODROW WILSON, M.Ag., Jackson County Agent (1944-1944).
GREGORY, MARJORIE BUTLER, B.S.H.E., Gadsden County Home Demonstration Agent
(1952-1953).
GRIFFIS, RALEIGH SIDNEY, M.Ag., Interim Assistant Palm Beach County Agent (1949-
1949).
HADDOX, JACKSON ALEXANDER, M.A., Assistant Polk County Agent (1951-1951).
HAMRICK, OLIVER RUDOLPH, M.Ag., Madison County Agent (1950-1951).
HARPER, ESTHER FOSTER, B.S.H.E., St. Johns County Home Demonstration Agent (1952-
1952).
HARRELL, AUBREY LUTHER, B.S.A., Baker County Agent (1950-1952).
HARRIS, BERT JEROME, B.S.A., Highlands County Agent (1948-1952).
HARRISON, HENRY OSCAR, B.A.E., Walton County Agent (1944-1946).
HATCHER, WILLIAM LESTER, B.S.A., Assistant Hillsborough County Agent (1954-1954).
HAYMAN, JACK CARLTON, B.S.A., Assistant Highlands County Agent (1953-1953)
HAYMAN, WILLIAM PAUL, B.S.A., Polk County Agent (1928-1928).
HEATH, ALYNE CARTER, Jackson County Home Demonstration Agent (1943-1943).
HELGREN, CAMILLE NAPIER, B.S.H.E., Assistant Dade County Home Demonstration Agent
(1953-1953).
HEUCK, CARL PETER, B.S.A., Lee County Agent (1926-1926).
HIGGINS, JAMES FRANCIS, M.A., Pasco County Agent (1944-1944).
HILL, VIRGINIA R., B.S., Assistant Hillsborough County Home Demonstration Agent
(1954-1954).
HORTON, SARA, M.A., Palm Beach County Home Demonstration Agent (1945-1945).
HUGGINS, GEORGE THOMAS, B.S.A., Bradford County Agent (1941-1950).
HUTCHINSON, ARNOLD GLEN, Glades County Agent (1942-1942).
JERNAGAN, JULIA PRICE, B.S., Nassau County Home Demonstration Agent (1947-1947).
(Resigned September 30, 1954).
JOHNSON, HUBERT L., Hendry County Agent (1944-1944).
JOHNSON, LEVI MOTT, B.S.A., Martin County Agent (1944-1944).
JONES, THOMAS BYRON, B.S.A., Calhoun County Agent (1948-1948).
JORGENSEN, MILFORD C., B.S.A., Assistant Hillsborough County Agent (1954-1954).
KELLY, BARBARA ANN, B.S.H.E., Assistant Marion County Home Demonstration Agent
(1953-1953).
KELLY, EARL MCNEIL, B.S.A., Assistant Manatee County Agent (1949-1950).
KENDRICK, WILSON HARPER, B.S.A., Manatee County Agent (1946-1952).
KENT, OLGA MARY, B.S.H.E., Dade County Home Demonstration Agent (1935-1953).
KIERCE, STERNER CLIVE, B.S.A., Associate County Agent, Leon and Jefferson Counties
(1934-1954).
KIME, CHARLES DAVIDSON, B.S., St. Lucie County Agent (1917-1917).
KISER, LORA ANTOINETTE, B.S.H.E., Hillsborough County Home Demonstration Agent
(1946-1946).
KLOEPPEL, WILLIAM EUGENE, B.S.A., Assistant Duval County Agent (1951-1951).
KOON, SALLIE SUE, M.S., Citrus County Home Demonstration Agent (1953-1953).
LAIRD, ADDISON SIIULER, M.S.A., Wakulla County Agent (1936-1936).
LAIRD, CUBIE R., B.S.A., Gulf County Agent (1945-1945).
LAMBE, DORCAS A., B.A., Assistant Santa Rosa County Home Demonstration Agent
(1954-1954).
LANDER, DONALD WILSON, M.A., Collier County Agent (1950-1952).








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LATTIMER, CHARLOTTE M., B.S.H.E., Pinellas County Home Demonstration Agent (1950-
1950).
LAWTON, BEVERLY ELDRIDGE, B.S., Broward County Agent (1921-1921).
LLEWELLYN, WILLIAM R., B.S.A., Assistant Dade County Agent (1954-1954).
LOGAN, JOHN HENRY, B.S.A., Pinellas County Agent (1927-1927).
LUDEMAN, MARJORIE KATHLEEN, B.S.H.E., Orange County Home Demonstration Agent
(1952-1952).
LUTTRELL, JAMES N., B.S.A., Assistant Volusia County Agent (1954-1954).
MACTAVISH, HELEN BONE, B.S.A., Assistant Dade County Home Demonstration Agent
(1953-1953).
MAINES, ORLANDO MELVIN, B.S.A., Sumter County Agent (1942-1942).
MALTBY, HUBERT EDMOND, Putnam County Agent ((1943-1943).
MCCALL, EMMETT DEHYRL, B.S.A.E., Santa Rosa County Agent (1942-1942).
McCowN, JACK THOMAS, B.S.A., Indian River County Agent (1951-1954).
MCCRANEY, JOHN M., B.S., Associate County Agent, Washington and Holmes Counties
(1954-1954) (Resigned October 15, 1954).
MCCULLARS, FORREST NOBLE, B.S.A., Assistant Polk County Agent (1953-1953).
McKAY, AUDREY RUTH, B.S.H.E., Assistant Broward County Home Demonstration
Agent (1953-1953) (Resigned July 31, 1954).
MCLEOD, MARY CURTIS, B.S.H.E., Jefferson County Home Demonstration Agent (1948-
1948) (Resigned July 31, 1954).
MCMILLAN, FILLMORE ALLEN, B.S.A., Assistant Suwannee County Agent (1954-1954).
MCMULLEN, PHILLIPS R., B.S.A., St. Johns County Agent (1933-1933).
MCQUEEN, NATHANIEL HOLDERBY, B.S.A.E., Charlotte County Agent and Assistant 4-H
Club Agent (1935-1935).
McSWINE, JOSEPHINE H., B.S.H.E., Alachua County Home Demonstration Agent (1945-
1945).
MEDLIN, QUENTIN, B.S.A., Citrus County Agent (1947-1950).
MILLER, LUCIE KRAMER, B.S., Lake County Home Demonstration Agent (1936-1936)
(Retired July 31, 1954).
MILLS, Jo ANN, B.S.H.E., Assistant Lake County Home Demonstration Agent (1954-
1954).
MILLS, NELLIE DAUGHTRY, B.S., Duval County Home Demonstration Agent (1948-1948).
MILTON, RUTH LOUISE, B.S.H.E., Taylor County Home Demonstration Agent (1952-
1952).
MINCHIN, MARY L., B.S.H.E., Washington County Home Demonstration Agent (1948-
1948).
MIZELL, BETTY GRAHAM, B.S.H.E., Nassau County Home Demonstration Agent (1954-
1954).
MOORE, JOSEPHINE, B.S., Hardee County Home Demonstration Agent (1953-1953)
(Resigned August 31, 1954).
MOORE, MARY A., B.S.Ed., Assistant Orange County Home Demonstration Agent (1954-
1954).
MOUNTS, MARVIN UMPHREY, Palm Beach County Agent (1925-1929).
MURPHY, SUE POWERS, B.S., Clay County Home Demonstration Agent (1950-1950).
NESMITH, AMBROSE E., B.S.A., Hamilton County Agent (1947-1947) (Deceased No-
vember 1, 1954).
Nix, FERN S., B.S.H.E., Jefferson County Home Demonstration Agent (1954-1954).
NORRIS, ROBERT ELFRED, B.S.A., Lake County Agent (1935-1937).









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NUTTLE, MARGUERITE BETTY Lou, B.S.H.E., Assistant Duval County Home Demon-
stration Agent (1952-1952).
ODOM, ALBERT HILL, B.S.A., Jefferson County Agent (1947-1951).
O'QUINN, CLARENCE FENTRESS, B.S.A., Assistant Hillsborough County Agent (1954-
1954).
OXFORD, JAMES THOMAS, B.S.A., Brevard County Agent (1942-1942).
PENNER, RUTH TAYLOR, B.S.H.E., Assistant Dade County Home Demonstration Agent
(1948-1948).
PIERCE, ELIZABETH HUDSON, B.S.H.E., Assistant Palm Beach County Home Demonstra-
tion Agent (1951-1951).
POLHILL, FRANK LEONARD, B.S.A., Flagler County Agent (1952-1954).
PRESSLEY, EVELYN C., B.S.H.E., Assistant Leon County Home Demonstration Agent
(1954-1954).
PRICE, RAYBURN KENNETH, B.S.A., Assistant Dade County Agent (1952-1952).
PRYOR, ROBERT SHEPHERD, B.S., Assistant Broward County Agent (1946-1946).
REESE, MARGURIETTE FOUNTAIN, B.S., Assistant Hillsborough County Home Demonstra-
tion Agent (1953-1953).
RHODEN, JAMES LLOYD, B.S.A., Leon County Agent (1946-1946).
RICKENBACKER, THOMAS DEWEY, B.S., Levy County Agent (1928-1928).
ROBERTSON, EDWINA J., B.S.H.E., Assistant Gadsden County Home Demonstration Agent
(1954-1954).
Ross, DOROTHY P., B.S.H.E., Bradford County Home Demonstration Agent (1947-1949).
ROWAN, EDSEL WRIGHT, B.S.A., Okaloosa County Agent (1950-1954).
RUSH, ALLIE LEE, B.S., Marion County Home Demonstration Agent (1929-1929).
RUSSELL, JOHN COLEMAN, B.S.A., Holmes County Agent (1952-1952).
SEWELL, GLENN MCCLELLAN, Columbia County Home Demonstration Agent (1945-
1945).
SIIAMSEDIN, DOLORES YORK, B.A., Assistant Alachua County Home Demonstration
Agent (1954-1954).
SIIULER, FREDERICK MYERS, B.S.A., Assistant Calhoun County Agent (1951-1951).
SMITH, CHARLES RAYMOND, B.S.A., Liberty County Agent (1953-1954).
SMITH, JAMES BLANCHARD, B.S.A., Osceola County Agent (1950-1954).
SMITH, MARGARET CRAFT, B.S., Assistant Polk County Home Demonstration Agent
(1954-1954).
SORENSON, JOHANNES AUGUST, Bay County Agent (1943-1943) (Deceased July 19,
1954).
Sox, JANE S., B.S.H.E., Assistant Duval County Home Demonstration Agent (1954-
1954).
SPEER, HERBERT L., M.S.A., Assistant Palm Beach County Agent (1943-1946).
STARBIRD, ELIZABETH WILLIAMS, B.S., Putnam County Home Demonstration Agent
(1942-1942).
STEARNS, MARY RIEDEL, B.S.H.E., Pasco County Home Demonstration Agent (1950-
1950).
STEFFANI, CHARLES HENRY, Dade County Agent (1926-1926).
STEPHENS, EUGENE NORBERT, B.S.A., Escambia County Agent (1941-1941).
STEVENSON, EMMA LOUISE, B.S.H.E., Bay County Home Demonstration Agent (1946-
1950).
STOREY, CLEVELAND UMPHREY, B.S.A., Associate County Agent, Holmes and Washington
Counties (1954-1954).
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TAYLOR, EULA LOUISE, B.S., Broward County Home Demonstration Agent (1937-1937).
TAYLOR, LAWRENCE D., B.S.A., Assistant Jackson County Agent (1954-1954).
THOMASTON, JAMES EDSEL, B.S., Assistant Leon County Agent (1954-1954).
TOWNSEND, THOMAS RALPH, B.S.A., Volusia County Agent (1948-1954).
TUCKER, CECIL A., M.S., Assistant Marion County Agent (1954-1954).
WATSON, JAMES N., B.S.A., Duval County Agent (1946-1949).
WEEKS, ETHEL IRENE, B.S.H.E., Manatee County Home Demonstration Agent (1951-
1954).
WHITE, ALEC, B.S.A., Hillsborough County Agent (1935-1935).
WHITTLE, WINTON OZIEL, M.A., Associate County Agent, Columbia and Hamilton
Counties (1953-1954).
WILSON, MYRTIE C., B.S.H.E., Seminole County Home Demonstration Agent (1954-
1954).
WITMER, NEAL BYERLY, B.S.A., Assistant Hillsborough County Agent (1952-1952) (Re-
signed October 15, 1954).
WOODS, WILLIAM LYLE, B.A., DeSoto County Agent (1943-1943).
YELVINGTON, JAMES RUSSELL, M.Ag., Assistant Duval County Agent (1952-1952).
YOUNG, SUE BETTERSWORTH, B.S., Brevard County Home Demonstration Agent (1953-
1953).
ZORN, WILLIAM CARLTON, B.S.A., Franklin County Agent (1949-1953).








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MEMBERS OF THE FACULTY WHO RETIRED PRIOR
TO THE 1954-55 SESSION
ATKIN, ERNEST GEORGE, Ph.D., (Harvard), Professor of French (1950).
BLACKLOCK, RAYMOND WILLIAM, B.A., State Boys' 4-H Club Agent, Agricultural Exten-
sion Service (1949).
BLESS, ARTHUR AARON, Ph.D. (Cornell), Professor Emeritus of Physics and Director of
Bioelectric Potentials Project (1951).
BOUTELLE, MARGARET WHITE, M.A., Assistant Professor of Education (1954).
BRISTOL, MARY CORNELL, B.S., Biology Librarian (1949).
BROWN, HAMLIN L., B.S.A., Dairy Husbandman, Agricultural Extension Service (1946).
BROWN, RICHARD DEWITT, B.M., Professor of Music (1953).
BRUSH, WARREN DAVID, Ph.D. (American), Instructor in Dendrology (1951).
CARSON, CLEVA J., B.A., Teacher, P. K. Yonge Laboratory School (1947).
CAWTHON, WILLIAM STANMORE, M.A., Associate Professor of History and Political
Science (1942).
COCKRELL, ROBERT SPRATT, LL.B., Professor Emeritus of Law (1940).
CRAGO, ALFRED, Ph.D. (Iowa), Head, Veterans Guidance Center (1950).
CRANDALL, CLIFFORD WALDORF, LL.B., LL.D. (Adrian), Professor Emeritus of Law
(1949).
DAVIS, ANNE DORSEY, B.S.E., Manatee County Home Demonstration Agent (1954).
DEBRUYN, JOHN WILLIAM, M.A., Professor of Music (1954).
DEBUSK, EZRA FRANKLIN, B.S., Citriculturist, Agricultural Extension Service (1947).
DOSTAL, BERNARD FRANCIS, M.A., Associate Professor of Mathematics (1953).
DUNN, CHARLOTTE DELIA, M.A., Instructor in Education (1950).
ELDRIDGE, JOHN GRADY, M.A., Professor of Economics (1954).
EVANS, WILLIAM EDGAR, B.S.A., Sarasota County Agent (1949).
FARR, JAMES MARION, Ph.D. (Johns Hopkins), Professor Emeritus of English (1942).
FARRIS, LESTER COLLINS, M.A., Associate Professor of English (1948).
FINEREN, WILLIAM W., M.E., Research Engineer, Engineering and Industrial Experiment
Station (1945).
FINLAYSON, E. H., Escambia County Agent (1949).
FRASH, EDWN STANTON, M.E., Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering (1954).
FULFORD, C. A., Okeechobee County Agent (1945).
GAY, EUNICE F., B.A., Brevard County Home Demonstration Agent (1952).
GENOVAR, FRANK DENNIS, Instructor in Physical Education and Swimming Coach (1951).
GOETTE, WILLIAM LOUIS, M.A.E., Instructor, P. K. Yonge Laboratory School (1953).
GRAHAM, KLEIN HARRISON, LL.D. (Tampa), Business Manager (1948).
GRATZ, LEVI OTTO, Ph.D. (Cornell), Assistant Director, Agricultural Experiment Station,
Plant Pathologist Emeritus (1954).
GUNN, JUNE RAWLS, B.S.A.E., Osceola County Agent (1954).
HATHAWAY, WILLIAM BYRON, M.A., Associate Professor Emeritus of Spanish (1944).
HEIST, ANNA EUGENEIA, B.S.H.E., St. Johns County Home Demonstration Agent (1953).
HUME, H. HAROLD, D.Sc. (Clemson) Litt.D. (Florida), Provost Emeritus for Agricul-
ture; Dean Emeritus of the College of Agriculture (1949).
LAFITTE, ELISE NOLTING, Gadsden County Home Demonstration Agent (1953).
LAFITTE, PEARL GARNET, B.S., Duval County Home Demonstration Agent (1953).
LAWTON, ALBERT SIDNEY, B.S., Duval County Agent (1952).
LEAKE, JAMES MILLER, Ph.D. (Johns Hopkins), LL.D. (Randolph Macon), Professor
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MAGUIRE, LILLIAN IRMA, M.A., Instructor, P. K. Yonge Laboratory School (1953).
MARTIN, JOHN FLETCHER, LL.B., M.A., Director of Latin American Student Affairs
(1952).
McCARTY, MARTIN EDGAR, M.A., Assistant Professor of Mathematics (1952).
MCDAVID, RUBY, District Home Demonstration Agent (1949).
MCLENDON, HORACE S., B.A., Soil Conservationist, Agricultural Extension Service (1953).
MEAD, ARTHUR RAYMOND, Ph.D. (Columbia), Ed.D. (Miami), Director, Bureau of
Educational Research and Professor Emeritus of Education (1950).
MOORE, KINGMAN COLQUITT, B.S., Orange County Agent (1946).
MOWRY, HAROLD, M.S.A., D.Sc. (Florida), Director Emeritus of the Agricultural Ex-
periment Station (1950).
NETTLES, WILLIAM THOMAS, B.S., District Agent, Agricultural Extension Service (1947)
NEWINS, HAROLD STEPHENSON, M.F., Director Emeritus of the School of Forestry and
Professor Emeritus of Forestry (1951).
PERRY, WILLIAM SANFORD, M.S., Associate Professor of Physics (1947).
PRICE, GEORGE SHELDON, B.S., Colonel, Artillery, Professor of Military Science and
Tactics and Coordinator of Military Departments (1954).
REED, PERCY LAWRENCE, M.S., Professor of Civil Engineering (1945).
ROESEL, TILLIE A., M.S.A., Sumter County Home Demonstration Agent (1952).
ROGERS, RUBY ROSE, M.A.E., Instructor in Education (1949).
SHEALY, ARTHUR LISTON, D.V.M. (McKillip), Head Professor Emeritus of Animal
Husbandry and Animal Husbandman; and Head of Department, Agricultural Ex-
periment Station and Agricultural Extension Service (1949).
SHEELY, WALTER JEFFERSON, B.S., Animal Husbandman, Agricultural Extension Service
(1949).
SIMPSON, THOMAS MARSIALL, Ph.D. (Wisconsin), Dean Emeritus of the Graduate
School and Professor Emeritus of Mathematics (1951).
SMITH, ARTIUR ALLEN, Instructor in Architecture (1952).
SMITH, JESSE LEE, District Agent, Agricultural Extension Service (1953).
SPENCER, ARTHUR PERCIVAL, M.S., Director of the Agricultural Extension Service (1947).
STEVENS, GRACE ADAMS, M.A., Instructor in Elementary Education (1950).
TIGERT, JOHN JAMES, M.A. (Oxon), LL.D., Ed.D., D.C.L., D.Litt., L.H.D., F.R.S.A.
President Emeritus of the University (1947).
TRUSLER, HARRY RAYMOND, LL.B., Dean Emeritus of the College of Law (1947).
VANCE, EDMUND HUME, B.S.A., Hardee County Agent (1953).
WALKER, EDGAR SMITH, B.S., Professor of Mechanical Engineering (1945).
WHITFIELD, PEARL J., Gulf County Home Demonstration Agent (1945).
WILDER, BENNIE F., Madison County Home Demonstration Agent (1952).
WILKINS, MITCIELL, B.S.A., Walton County Agent (1953).
WILLOUGHBY, CLAUDE HOUSTON, M.A., Professor of Animal Husbandry (1947).
YEATON, PHILIP O., B.S., Professor of Industrial Engineering (1947).
ZIEGLER, EDWIN ALLEN. M.A., Sc.D. (Franklin and Marshall), Professor Emeritus of
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General Information



HISTORICAL NOTE
T HE UNIVERSITY of Florida is a combined state university and land-grant col-
lege located approximately in the center of the State. While its beginnings
go back to the days previous to Florida's admission to the Union in 1845, its
first college-the College of Arts and Sciences-did not open until 1853. A few
years later the passage of the Morrill Act, provided lands for state institutions of
higher learning which would promote agriculture, mechanical arts, and military
science, resulting in the beginnings of the College of Agriculture, the College of
Engineering, and the Agricultural Experiment Station.
By 1905 there were a half-dozen state-supported institutions of higher learn-
ing in Florida, located in various parts of the State and struggling for existence.
At that time the Florida Legislature took a step unprecedented in the history of
education in any state by passing the Buckman Act which abolished the six State
Colleges and provided for the establishment of two new institutions, of which the
University of Florida was one. It was established, for men, at Gainesville and
placed under the direction of the Board of Control, a body created by the Buckman
Act, composed of seven members representing the seven geographical sections of
the State, and serving without compensation, except for travel and incidental ex-
penses incurred in the performance of duty. Under the Constitution of Florida all
responsibility for the State educational institutions is vested in the State Board of
Education, an ex-officio body composed of the Governor, the State Superintendent
of Public Instruction, the Secretary of State, the Attorney General, and the State
Treasurer. All acts of the Board of Control are subject to the approval of the Board
of Education. In 1947 the University was made co-educational.

SETTING AND ENVIRONMENT
The University of Florida is located on the western fringe of Gainesville, a
city with a population of about 38,000. Situated in the rolling highlands of north
central Florida, midway between the Atlantic Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico, the
city is fortunate in its natural endowments. Its temperature ranges throughout the
year are those of semi-tropical climate, the mean average temperature being 69.9
degrees. Extremes of heat are unknown and frost rarly occurs. These favorable
conditions, together with the relatively slight variations in humidity, insure an
equable climate that is ideally suited the year round for study, recreation, and
rehabilitation.
In addition to its moderate climate, Gainesville offers many other advantages
to students of the University. Well known as a winter resort, it is excellently
equipped with a wide variety of recreational facilities. The city golf course is
within easy reach of the campus, and swimming and boating accommodations are
available at nearby springs and rivers. The lakes in the vicinity abound in fresh-
water fish, while the Atlantic Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico, meccas of deep-sea
fishermen, are within a two hours' drive. As the seat of Alachua County, the city
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RELIGIOUS LIFE
A modern and well governed municipality, Gainesville has the distinction of
being one of the cleanest and most progressive cities in the State. Its people are
hospitable and cooperative, and the moral and religious atmosphere is wholesome.
Churches that are active include the Presbyterian, Baptist, Lutheran, Methodist,
Catholic, Episcopal, Christian, Seventh Day Adventist, Church of Christ Scientist,
Church of Christ, Christian and Missionary Alliance, Advent Christian, B'nai
Israel, and Church of the Nazarene. Several of these denominations maintain
chapels adjacent to the campus. These include Crane Hall (Roman Catholic),
The Baptist Student Union, Wesley Foundation (Methodist), Chapel of the In-
carnation (Episcopal), Westminster Fellowship (Presbyterian Student Center),
The Church of Christ, B'nai B'rith Hillel Foundation (Jewish), and the Lutheran
Student Association. All of the chapels carry on extensive programs of vital inter-
est to University students.

TRANSPORTATION
The city is served by the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad and the Seaboard Air
Line Railway. A schedule of daily bus service, with connections to all points in the
United States, is maintained by the Florida Motor Lines and Trailway Tour Bus
Lines. Eastern Air Lines serves Gainesville with daily flights with connections to
all parts of the United States.

ORGANIZATION OF THE UNIVERSITY
GOVERNMENT OF THE UNIVERSITY
Direct supervision over the University of Florida, its policies and affairs is
vested in the Board of Control, a body composed of seven citizens from different
regions of the state who are appointed by the Governor for a four year term.
All actions of the Board of Control are subject to the final approval by the State
Board of Education, composed of the Governor, who is chairman, the Secretary of
State, the Treasurer, the Attorney General and the Superintendent of Public In-
struction, secretary.
University affairs are administered by the president with the advice and assist-
ance of the Academic Council and the Administrative Council. The legislative
body of the University is the University Senate.

UNDERGRADUATE INSTRUCTION
THE LOWER DIVISION
The University College administers all of the work for the freshman and
sophomore years, offering a program which includes the basic comprehensive
courses in the major areas of knowledge and the courses prerequisite to the ad-
vanced work in the colleges and schools of the Upper Division. Upon the suc-
cessful completion of the University College program, a student receives the Cer-
tificate of Associate of Arts.

THE UPPER DIVISION
The College of Agriculture offers curricula in all of the major fields of agri-
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The College of Architecture and Allied Arts offers curricula in architecture,
building construction, interior design, landscape architecture, painting and drawing,
commercial art, crafts, costume design, and history of art, and confers the degrees
of Bachelor of Architecture, Bachelor of Building Construction, Bachelor of Land-
scape Architecture, Bachelor of Design, and Bachelor of Fine Arts.
The College of Arts and Sciences offers curricula leading to degrees of
Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science, and Bachelor of Science in Chemistry with
opportunities for specializing in all the science and liberal art fields. It gives the
courses in mathematics, science, social sciences and humanities required in the cur-
ricula of the professional colleges.
The College of Business Administration offers curricular programs leading to
the degree Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with specialization in
all of the fields of business.
The College of Education has curricula in elementary and secondary school
instruction leading to the degrees of Bachelor of Science in Education or Bachelor
of Arts in Education. It also conducts an in-service program for the teachers of the
state. The P. K. Yonge Laboratory School, a unit of the College of Education,
enrolls pupils from the kindergarten through the secondary school.
The College of Engineering offers curricula leading to the degrees of Bachelor
of Aeronautical Engineering, Bachelor of Agricultural Engineering, Bachelor of
Chemical Engineering, Bachelor of Civil Engineering, Bachelor of Electrical Engi-
neering, Bachelor of Industrial Engineering and Bachelor of Mechanical Engi-
neering.
The School of Forestry is a unit of the College of Agriculture, offering
professional curriculums in Forest Management, Forest Products Technology and
Wildlife Management leading to degree Bachelor of Science in Forestry.
The School of Journalism and Communications is a unit of the College of
Arts and Sciences. It offers curricula leading to the degree Bachelor of Science in
Journalism and the degree of Bachelor of Science in Communications.
The College of Law offers a curriculum leading to the degree Bachelor
of Laws.
The College of Medicine will accept its first class in September of 1956. It
will offer a curriculum leading to the degree Doctor of Medicine and will also pro-
vide for research and graduate programs leading to the degree Doctor of Philosophy.
A part of the staff has already been selected, and the Medical Sciences Building, a
unit of the Health Center, is under construction.
The School of Nursing will accept its first class in September, 1956. It
plans to offer a college level curriculum in nursing.
The College of Pharmacy offers a curriculum leading to the degree of
Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy.
The College of Physical Education and Health administers the student Health
Service, required physical education programs, intramural athletics and recreation,
and offers professional curriculums leading to the degrees-Bachelor of Science in
Physical Education for Men; Bachelor of Science in Physical Education for
Women; Bachelor of Science in Health Education; Bachelor of Science in Recrea-
tion; Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy.







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SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONAL UNITS
SERVING ALL COLLEGES AND SCHOOLS
The Division of Music has the responsibility for such musical organizations
as the University Bands, Orchestras, Choruses, and Glee Clubs and offers courses
in the following areas: (1) Theory of Music, (2) History, Literature and Ap-
preciation, (3) Applied Music, (4) Music Education and (5) Ensemble Music.
The Division of Military Science and Tactics offers the four-year program
of the Army R.O.T.C. Completion of this program by a student leads to his being
commissioned in a branch of the Army.
The Division of Air Science and Tactics gives the four-year program of the
R.O.T.C. leading to a reserve commission in the Air Force.
The Departments of Required Physical Education administer the programs in
physical fitness, sports, and other activities required of all students.

GRADUATE INSTRUCTION
The Graduate School offers programs leading to the Degrees of Doctor of
Philosophy in a number of fields, Doctor of Education, Specialist in Education,
Master of Arts, Master of Science, Master of Arts in Education, Master of Arts in
Architecture, Master of Science in Community Planning, Master of Science in
Building Construction, Master of Fine Arts, Master of Science in Agriculture, Mas-
ter of Science in Engineering, Master of Science in Forestry, Master of Science in
Pharmacy, Master of Business Administration, Master of Agriculture, Master of
Education, and Master of Physical Education and Health. All instruction is carried
on by the faculties of the colleges and schools listed above.

STUDENT LIFE
Description of the various services, facilities and activities and regulations
concerned with student life will be found elsewhere in the catalog. The Office of
the Dean of Student Personnel has the responsibility of coordinating a majority
of these factors affecting non-instructional aspects of student life.

INSTRUCTIONAL SERVICE UNITS
The Vice President for Academic Affairs serves as staff officer, advisory to
the President, and on orders from the President or in the absence of the President
and the Executive Vice President, performs the duties of the President. He assists
in the improvement of instruction, the correlating of instructional activities, the
adjusting of teaching loads, and in keeping personnel records of the academic
staff. The Academic Vice President normally is the first point of contact between
all instructional units and the Office of President.
The Vice President for Business Affairs serves as staff officer, advisory to the
President, and on orders from the President or in the absence of the President and
the Executive and Academic Vice Presidents shall pursue the duties of the Presi-
dent. Under the direction of the President, he is responsible for planning and de-
veloping major fiscal policy for the University. He gives general direction to the
business activities and financial operations of the University, including the plan-
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fairs normally is the first point of contact in the President's Office on budgetary
and fiscal matters.
The Board of University Examiners formulates and administers policies gov-
erning comprehensive examinations and also determines and administers the re-
quirements for admission to the University.
The Business Manager is directly responsible to the Vice President for Busi-
ness Affairs for all business activities and financial operations. His responsibilities
include the collection and disbursement of funds, purchasing, management of the
auxiliary services, control of property, and maintenance of the physical plant of the
University.
The School of Inter-American Studies, founded in 1951, combines the
functions previously exercised by the Inter-American Institute (dating from 1930)
and the Graduate School of Inter-American Studies (created in 1950). The School
has the following general aims: (1) To foster international good will among
the Americas, (2) to promote the teaching of Western Hemisphere languages
and civilizations in schools, colleges and universities, (3) to encourage the ex-
change of students and professors between colleges and universities of the Americas,
(4) to hold conferences and institutes on inter-American affairs, (5) to stimulate
research, and the publication of specific studies common to the Americas, (6) to
promote an exchange of cultural ideas and ideals, (7) to advance inter-American
interests in all fields of human endeavor, and (8) to cooperate with all individ-
uals, organizations, and agencies having similar objectives.
The School is administered by a Director and an Assistant Director appointed
by the President of the University. Assisting in the administration of the School
are an Inter-American Committee, concerned with general policy, and a Graduate
Advisory Committee and a Special Graduate Faculty concerned with general super-
vision of master and doctoral candidates. A U. S. Advisory Committee and a Latin
American Advisory Committee cooperate with the School in off-campus activities.
The faculty of the School is drawn from all University departments which
offer courses having subject matter related to inter-American topics. The School
administers an Area Studies program leading to the baccalaureate, masters, and doc-
tors degrees. The School also advises students registered in the several academic
departments and divisions of the University whenever they take courses dealing
with inter-American subjects. In a word the School attempts to coordinate all of
the inter-Ameriacn activities of the University, whether on or off the campus.
The Counselor to Latin American Agricultural Students aids Latin American
students to integrate their American education more completely with actual condi-
tions in their homelands; also, the office gives information to all students interested
in Latin American agricultural problems and careers in the tropics. The Counselor
is located in Building OF, East End.
The Office of the Registrar has charge of the admission and registration of
students, the maintenance of academic records, and the issuance of transcripts of
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UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA LIBRARY SERVICE
The University Libraries, comprising the General Library and 12 college,
school and departmental libraries, contain more than 600,000 volumes and receive
currently about 3,500 serials.
The larger part of the library holdings are shelved in the General Library
building where there are four reading rooms with seating space for 1,200 readers.
Located on the first floor is the University College Reading Room which has, on
open shelves, some 8,000 volumes useful to students in the first two years of col-
lege. The Humanities Reading Room and the Social Sciences Reading Room, on
the second floor, are designed primarily as centers of library activity for upperclass-
men in the humanistic and the social studies. Around the walls on open shelves
in each of these rooms are approximately 15,000 books and current issues of
learned journals. On the third floor is the Science Reading Room with books and
complete sets of journals in psychology, general science, mathematics, physics,
geology and geography. Additional facilities in the General Library are the
Browsing Room for recreational reading, listening rooms adjacent to the record
collection, seminar rooms, and carrells and study cubicles for faculty members and
graduate students. The Library offers inter-library loan and photoduplication
services to facilitate the use of research material which is not available on the
campus.
The Library collection is particularly strong in Floridiana, with research
centered in the P. K. Yonge Library of Florida History, which is located on the
first floor of the General Library. In recent years, special emphasis has been placed
on developing the Library's resources for Latin-American Studies, especially those
pertaining to the West Indies and the Caribbean area. Other special collections
include: the Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings Collection, consisting of manuscripts,
typescripts and memorabilia of one of America's most distinguished novelists; the
Collection of Creative Writing, comprising worksheets, manuscripts, and other
literary papers of significant contemporary American and British authors; and the
Dance and Music Archives, an extensive collection of pictures, programs, photo-
graphs and other documentary material relating to the lyric theater.
Libraries for the College of Agriculture, Architecture and the Allied Arts,
Chemistry, Pharmacy, Education, Engineering, Forestry, Health and Physical Edu-
cation and Law are located in or near the buildings which house the correspond-
ing instructional units. The library serving the extension activities of the University
is located in the Seagle Building. The P. K. Yonge Laboratory School Library
serves the Laboratory School.
The General Library is open Monday through Friday from 8:00 A.M. to
10:00 P.M. On Saturday the hours are from 8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M.; on Sunday
from 2:00 P.M. to 5:00 P.M. and from 7:00 P.M. to 10:00 P.M. The University
College Reading Room is open until midnight daily except Saturday. When holi-
days change the regular hours, a special schedule is posted.

GENERAL STATE AND UNIVERSITY AGENCIES
The Agricultural Extension Service selects, prepares, and distributes informa-
tion derived from research and observation by specialists in agriculture. It assists
county and home demonstration agents in the practical application of recommen-
dations useful for county programs. The county extension agents help the rural
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the benefits of research and teaching. The program of this service is coordinated
with similar programs of federal agencies.
The General Extension Division organizes and supervises extension classes,
correspondence courses, workshops, conferences, and short courses for professional
educational, occupational, and cultural groups; provides loan collections of books
and audio-visual aids; and maintains adult education consultation services for in-
dividuals and organizations. The Division also serves the Florida State University
and the Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University. The faculties of all three
institutions participate in its programs.
The Division of Public Relations coordinates the work of interpreting the
University's aims, policies and needs through the media of newspapers, radio, tele-
vision, speakers' bureau and motion pictures, and special brochures, photographic
displays, and exhibits.
The Division of Alumni Affairs maintains contact with alumni of the Uni-
versity and coordinates the activities of the various local alumni clubs. It publishes
the Florida Alumnus, a quarterly magazine containing news items about alumni
and University activities.
The Florida State Museum was created by an act of the Legislature in 1917
as a department of the University of Florida.
The Museum exhibition halls occupy the first two floors of the Seagle Build-
ing, a ten-story office building located in downtown Gainesville about a mile from
the campus. These halls are open to the public from nine-thirty until five o'clock
every day except Sundays and major holidays when they are open from one to five
o'clock. There is no admission charge. The Museum is frequently used by Univer-
sity and public School classes and has been visited by over 40,000 persons an-
nually in recent years.
About 3,000 specimens (comprising less than one percent of the Museum's
holdings) are on display. The first floor is divided into two exhibit areas, Florida
Archeology and Transportation. The archeological display includes pottery and
stone artifacts of the early Indian tribes of Florida. In the Transporation display
is an historic series of transportation items used in the State, including a scale model
of the U. S. S. Florida. On the hallway of the second floor will be found historical
items including jewelry, old-world relics, documents, etc. The main display room
on the second floor is the Hall of Ornithology. In this room are 26 large cases show-
ing Florida birds in their natural habitats. There are also displayed mounted birds,
eggs, and nests with a world-wide coverage. The newest exhibit in the Hall is of
the crocodilians of the State, both fossil and recent.
The third floor and some space in Science Hall are used for offices and for
the storage of the research and reserve collections which now total approximately
one-half million items. The collections are under the care of curators who en-
courage the scientific study of the Museum's holdings. Material is constantly being
added to the collections both through gifts from friends and collecting by staff
members. The archeological collections and egg collections are especially note-
worthy. There are also modest study collections of mammals, birds, shells, insects,
reptiles, amphibians, and fish. The latter four collections are being cooperatively
maintained by the Museum and the Department of Biology and are housed in
Science Hall. Opportunities are provided for students, staff, and visiting scientists
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members with strong interests in the research collections, serves to promote the
proper utilization of Museum materials. Field work is presently sponsored for
archeological, paleontological and zoological specimens.
The Museum also operates Mobile Exhibits which travel throughout the State
visiting schools and community centers. It also loans scientific specimens to other
investigators; exchanges exhibit materials with other institutions; and carries on
most other functions normally associated with a public and university museum.
The University Center of the Arts selects and presents exhibitions of con-
temporary work in the visual arts. It serves students, faculty, and the general
public by bringing together examples of the best contemporary work in archi-
tecture, community planning, crafts, furniture, industrial design, painting, and the
other arts.
IVRUF, State and University of Florida Radio Station, operates on 850 Kilo-
cycles with a power of 5,000 watts. WRUF FM operates on 104.1 megacycles with
a radiated power of 12,000 watts. They are both affiliated with the Mutual Broad-
casting System and originate the University of Florida network. WRUF has one of
the largest recorded libraries of any radio station in the country, and has the AP
news service and the Langworth and Thesaurus Libraries.
One of WRUF's more important functions is that of furnishing practical ex-
perience to students enrolled in the radio programs of the University. The extent
to which this policy is applied is demonstrated by the fact that the operating per-
sonnel of WRUF consists almost entirely of University students specializing in
radio work, and the effectiveness of this training is demonstrated by the nation-
wide reputation which WRUF has achieved for the developing of some of this coun-
try's leading announcers and radio executives. The various radio curricula in ad-
dition to proving this practical operating experience require a selection of courses
from many of the departments of instruction of the University. The student is
taught an awareness of the social obligations placed on any medium whose pur-
poses include public entertainment, information, education, and cultural advance-
ment. He is given the broadest possible background, to the end that the social
implications of radio as a medium for influencing the public may be recognized
and acted upon. These are important aspects of the program and should be the
beginning of the building of a breadth of viewpoint on the part of the student
which he will continue to cultivate by reading and study after he has completed
the training program.
WRUF and WRUF-FM employ approximately twenty to thirty students in
their operations which gives these students commercial operation experience as
WRUF is a commercial non-tax-supported auxiliary of the University of Florida.
The University of Florida Press. The purpose of the University Press is to
encourage, seek out, and publish original and scholarly manuscripts which will aid
in developing the University as a recognized center of scholarship and research.
The Press edits and publishes scholarly books and monographs under its own
imprint, as well as special addresses, pamphlets, reports, and bulletins for special
purposes. It has no responsibility for, or connection with, the editing and publishing
of official university publications such as the University Record Series, the publi-
cations of the Agricultural Experiment Station, the Agricultural Extension Service,
and the Engineering and Industrial Experiment Station.
The Board of Managers of the Press has the sole responsibility for accepting
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ORGANIZED RESEARCH
The Office of Contract Research has been established for the purpose of co-
ordinating the relationships of the University with outside agencies interested in
the sponsorship of fundamental and applied research. All proposals for the spon-
sorship of research or for grants-in-aid receive the approval of the Director of
Contract Research. Subsequent negotiations with potential contracting agencies or
sponsors of research projects are carried on under the Director. All contracts are
subject to the final approval of the Board of Control.
The Agricultural Experiment Station, a department of the University and the
state's only agricultural research institution is responsible for research leading to
the improvement of all phases of Florida's widely varied agricultural production.
The station system includes 10,547 acres in 15 areas of Florida, located at the
Main Station, Gainesville, 6 field laboratories and 9 branch stations, the whole
operating as an integral unit. Certain phases of the research program are coopera-
tive with the United States Department of Agriculture and other federal depart-
ments and state agencies.
Research at the Main Station is conducted within 12 departments-agricul-
tural economics, agricultural engineering, agronomy, animal husbandry and nutri-
tion, dairy science, entomology, home economics, horticulture, plant pathology,
poultry husbandry, soils, and veterinary science. In addition to the above the Main
Station has three units vital to its research programs, namely, editorial, library,
and maintenance and operations.
The field laboratories and branch stations, their locations and scope of in-
vestigations are as follows:
Field Laboratories:
Indian River Field Laboratory, Ft. Pierce. Citrus and vegetable culture.
Old Plantation Field Laboratory, Ft. Lauderdale. Vegetables, soil and pastures.
Pecan Investigations Laboratory, Monticello. Pecan insect and disease control.
Potato Investigations Laboratory, Hastings. Culture and pest control of potatoes
and cabbage.
Strawberry Investigations Laboratory, Plant City. Culture and disease control
of watermelons and grapes.
Branch Stations:
Citrus Station, Lake Alfred. All phases of citrus production and handling.
Central Florida Station, Sanford. Culture and pest control of vegetables.
Everglades Station, Belle Glade. Specialized agriculture, including livestock,
of the Everglades area.
Gulf Coast Station, Bradenton. Culture and pest control of vegetables and
gladiolus.
North Florida Station, Qufincy. Shade tobacco, farm crops, and livestock.
Range Cattle Station, Ona. Beef cattle production, pasture development and
management for range conditions.
Sub-Tropical Station, Homestead. Sub-tropical fruits and winter vegetable
production on the lower east coast.
Suwannee Valley Station, Live Oak. Tobacco, cover crops, pasture development
and management.
West Florida Station, Jay. General farm crops, pasture and livestock manage-
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The Florida Agricultural Experiment Station is cooperating with the West
Central Florida Station, Brooksville, a USDA field laboratory, in its beef cattle and
pasture production and management programs, and with the United States Weather
Bureau, Lakeland, in the Federal-State Frost Warning Service for fruit and vegetable
producers and shippers.
Results of the research of the Agricultural Experiment Stations are published
in scientific journals, reports, and bulletins. The latter are available to Florida
residents without charge.
The Florida Engineering and Industrial Experiment Station is not only the
research division of the College of Engineering but it is also the development lab-
oratory for the industries of the State. It was officially established in 1941 by the
Legislature as an integral part of the College of Engineering "to organize and pro-
mote the prosecution of research projects of engineering and related sciences, with
special reference to such of these problems as are important to the industries of
Florida."
The facilities of the Station include all the equipment of the College of
Engineering, now valued at more than $3,000,000, not including government-
owned equipment. The Station also has available for its use the laboratories, staff
and facilities of other divisions of the University. Because of the close relations that
exist between teaching and research activities, students secure much practical infor-
mation about engineering and industrial problems which would normally not be
encompassed in a collegiate program.
The Station receives only a small portion of its operating revenue from the
State. The remainder is contracts with federal agencies and industrial organizations.
Large and small manufacturers avail themselves of one of the finest research labora-
tories in the Southeast. Among the outstanding laboratories, in addition to a well
equipped shop, are those in Public Health Engineering, Electronics, lonics, Metal-
lurgy, Chemical Engineering, Air Conditioning, Soil Mechanics, Electrical Machinery,
Paper, Pulp, and Wood Products Utilization, Farm Mechanization and Corrosion.
The Bureau of Architectural and Community Research is one of the activities
of the College of Architecture and Allied Arts.
The Bureau of Economic and Business Research is a division of the College
of Business Administration.
The Bureau of Professional Relations is a research and service unit of the
College of Pharmacy.
The Naval Stores Research Laboratory conducts basic research on the methods
of purification, determination of properties and the nature of reactions of naval
stores products. The program is designed to aid one of Florida's important and
oldest industries. The organization is a part of the Department of Chemistry. Special
research assistantships are available.
The Public Administration Clearing Service is a research, training, and service
adjunct of the Department of Political Science in the College of Arts and Sciences.
It carries on a continuous program of research on public policy matters in Florida;
it provides consulting services to state, county, and local governments in Florida;
it publishes research and surveys of governmental and administrative problems in
both popular and scientific monograph form. In broad areas of public policy and
public service training, it works in cooperation with other units of the University.
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training programs and annual short courses for public officials and employees, such
as the Short Course for City Managers and the City Clerks and Municipal Finance
Officers' Short Course.
Cancer Research Laboratory. With the cooperation and assistance of the Damon
Runyon Cancer Fund, the Anna Fuller Fund, the United Public Health Service,
the American Cancer Society, the U. S. Atomic Energy Commission, the Elsa U.
Pardee Foundation, the Florida Division of the American Cancer Society, and the
State Health Department, and several private gifts and bequests, the University is
carrying on several research projects in the cause, diagnosis and treatment of cancer.
Statistical Laboratory. Members of the staff of the laboratory are engaged in
basic research in the field of mathematical probability under a contract with Wright
Air Development Center, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio. The laboratory
regularly furnishes consulting and computing services to research projects of gradu-
ate students, faculty and staff, as well as to governmental and other agencies. The
laboratory is a separate budgetary unit of the University and reports to the Presi-
dent through the Dean of the Graduate School.

THE J. HILLIS MILLER HEALTH CENTER
When the Florida Legislature of 1949 directed that the University of Florida
develop schools of medicine and nursing and a medical center there began a series
of careful studies to determine how the State of Florida might best be served by
the University in this expansion of its services to the State. In the early exploration
of the problems and possibilities of this new development a faculty committee of
twenty persons representing every branch of the University which would have
direct relations with the projected health program gave long and careful study to
the fundamental issues regarding it. A tentative program of research on the health
service needs and resources of the State of Florida was presented to representatives
of the Commonwealth Fund. In April, 1952, the Fund made the University a grant
of $96,500 for the purpose of carrying out this study. From the results of this
research there has evolved a program which plans for extensive research and educa-
tional activities in all the health services to be administered at the University of
Florida by the J. Hillis Miller Health Center, which will include the College of
Medicine, the School of Nursing, the College of Pharmacy, and the Cancer Research
Laboratory.
Miller Hall (the Medical Sciences Building) is currently under construction
as a result of a $5,000,000 appropriation by the 1953 Florida Legislature. The
teaching hospital and out-patient clinic is expected to be ready by the summer of
1958.
SUMMER SESSION
During the summer months the University operates an eight weeks Summer
Session. The Summer Session provides a means for acceleration of program for
the students of the Regular Session with a selected list of offerings from each of
the Colleges and Schools.
The Summer Session offerings of the College of Education are expanded
to include courses of particular interest to teachers in the elementary and secondary
fields, and the offerings of many other departments are selected to provide both
graduate and undergraduate courses especially helpful to teachers in both the ele-
mentary and secondary fields. Detailed information is given in the Bulletin of the
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Admissions


GENERAL STATEMENT
HE BOARD OF UNIVERSITY EXAMINERS is the agency responsible for admini-
stering all admissions to the University and its various components.
Students who are planning to enter the University of Florida for the first time
will be considered for admission as follows:
1. If the student is entering the University from high school and has not at-
tended college, he will be considered for admission to the University
College.
2. If the student is transferring to the University from another college or
university and is presenting less than 64 semester hours of acceptable col-
lege credit for advanced standing, he will be considered for admission to
the University College.
3. If the student is transferring to the University from another college or uni-
versity and is presenting 64 semester hours or more of acceptable college
credit as advanced standing toward a baccalaureate degree, he will be con-
sidered for admission to the Upper Division school or college of his
choice providing his record indicates the completion of college work ap-
proximately equivalent to the comprehensive courses offered by the Uni-
versity of Florida in the areas of the Social Sciences, the Physical Sciences,
English, the Humanities and the Biological Sciences.
4. If the student wishes to pursue graduate studies and has been graduated
from an accredited college or university, he will be considered for admis-
sion to the Graduate Division.

Admissions 1955-56
All persons considering attending the 1955-56 session are urged to read the
following carefully.
Date of Application
No applicant will be considered for admission to the 1955-56 session unless the
preliminary application has been received at the Office of the Registrar on or before
Saturday, August 13, for the first semester, Thursday, December 22, for the second
semester. Other application forms (if required), which will be sent upon the receipt
of the preliminary application, must be in the Office of the Registrar on or before
September 1, for the first semester, January 15, for the second semester. It will be
absolutely impossible to consider applications received after these dates. All persons
planning to attend any session, whether or not they have previously attended the
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REQUIREMENTS FOR ADMISSION TO THE
UNIVERSITY COLLEGE
A. For students who have never attended college.
1. Graduation from high school. Records show that the student who does
not graduate from high school in the top half of his class rarely succeeds
in college work. The University urges the prospective students to consider
this fact carefully before making application. Non-Florida students will
not be considered for admission if they do not meet this criterion.
2. SATISFACTORY ACHIEVEMENT IN HIGH SCHOOL. The University
does not specify any high school units as required, but the general pattern
of the units presented and the student's achievement as shown by grades and
rank in graduating class will receive careful consideration. The records re-
veal that those students who scatter most in their choice of subjects are those
who accomplish least in any of them, and that those who rank in the lowest
quarter of the graduating class are unable to do university work. Therefore
applicants who present a record which shows no unity or a lack of essential
subjects or a low rank in the graduating class cannot be considered.
3. SATISFACTORY SCORES ON PLACEMENT TESTS. All applicants must
take the placement tests before being admitted to the University College.
These are achievement tests in the fields of English, mathematics, social
studies, and natural sciences. Attainments in these fields are possible without
specific high school courses and are not guaranteed by the acquiring of cer-
tain high school units. If the scores on the placement tests indicate in-
adequate foundation for college work, the applicant may be denied admission.
B. For transfer students:*
1. Honorable Dismissal. The student must be eligible to return to the insti-
tution last attended. Students who for any reason will not be allowed to
return to the institution last attended cannot be considered for admission.
2. Satisfactory record. All transfer students must have made an average of C
or higher on all work attempted at all institutions previously attended to
be considered for admission.
3. The University of Florida accepts on transfer only those courses completed
at other institutions with grades of C or higher.

REQUIREMENTS FOR ADMISSION TO THE UPPER DIVISION
A. From the University College:
See elsewhere in this bulletin the various programs of the University College
and the specific requirements listed under the curricula of the several colleges
and schools.
B. By advanced standing from other institutions:
1. Honorable dismissal from the institutions previously attended. An applicant
for admission who for any reason is not eligible to return to the institution
last attended cannot be considered for admission to the University.
2. An average of C or better. The average grade for all work attempted at
other institutions must be C or better. An average grade of C or better is
*The student who has matriculated at any college or university, regardless of
the amount of time spent in attendance or credit earned, is regarded as a transfer
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required for graduation from the University of Florida, and one who has
not maintained this average before coming to the University need not apply.
3. A minimum of 64 semester hours accepted as transfer credit (only those
courses completed at other institutions with grades of C or higher) not
more than four of which are in Military Science or Physical Education.
4. Specific course requirements for the professional school of the applicant's
choice. The courses listed as required for admission to the Upper Division
under the various curricula or acceptable substitutes must be offered as
advanced standing to qualify the student for admission to the Upper Divi-
sion. An applicant lacking some of these requirements may be permitted
to enroll in the Upper Division and complete them without reducing the
credits required in the Upper Division for a degree. In some cases the
student may be required to enroll in the University College until these re-
quirements are met.
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS FOR SPECIAL STUDENTS
Special students may be admitted to the various schools and colleges of the
Upper Division only by approval of the Board of University Examiners. Each case
will be considered on an individual basis. Application for admission as a special
student must include: (1) records of previous educational experience (high school
or college transcripts); (2) a statement as to the type of studies to be pursued;
(3) a brief statement of the reason or reasons for selecting a special program other
than a regular one; (4) satisfactory evidence of ability to pursue these studies-
for example, a student to enroll as a special student for some technical courses and
who feels qualified to do so by reason of employment or other experience should
submit a brief description of this experience.
ADMISSION TO THE COLLEGE OF LAW
Applicants for admission to the College of Law must have received a 4-year
baccalaureate degree from a college or university of approved standing.
Under existing legislation veterans who present honorable discharges which
show not less than 90 consecutive days of active service in the U.S. Army, Air
Force, Coast Guard, Navy or Marine Corps may enter after they have completed 94
hours of college work meeting the standards of the Association of American Law
Schools. A veteran who has not received a degree must have made an average of
C or higher in all work undertaken prior to entrance in the College of Law. For
information on admissions to the College of Law with advanced standing see the
section of the catalog headed College of Law.
All applicants for admission as beginning students must take the Law School
Admission Test given by the Educational Testing Service.
ADMISSION TO THE GRADUATE DIVISION
Limitations of space and staff restrict the enrollment of graduate students.
The records of applicants for graduate study are reviewed by the graduate selection
committees of the various colleges and schools. In general no student will be con-
sidered for graduate study in any unit of the University who is a graduate of a non-
accredited institution. Unqualified admission to the Graduate School for study
toward all degrees except those in the College of Education and the College of
Physical Education and Health is dependent upon presentation of an undergraduate
record from an accredited college or curriculum with an average grade of "B" for
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All applications must be made to the Admissions Section of the Registrar's
office in accordance with the dates set forth in the University calendar. Prospective
graduate students may correspond with any University officer for advice and infor-
mation but they must definitely understand that they cannot be considered for ad-
mission or permitted to register unless all of the admission forms specified by the
Admissions Section of the Registrar's office are filed in that office on or before the
date specified in the University calendar. In addition to forms required by the Ad-
missions Section, the student must furnish a transcript from each institution pre-
viously attended. These transcripts must be transmitted by the Registrar of the
institution where the work was completed to the Director of Admissions of the
University of Florida.

ADMISSION INFORMATION FOR VETERANS
In addition to the regular requirements for admission set forth in the preced-
ing sections and the forms incident thereto required by the University of Florida, any
veteran who expects to enroll under the provisions of any of the various federal laws
governing education or rehabilitation training of veterans must be sure that he has
cleared the necessary details with the Veterans Administration and has obtained the
necessary documents from them.
For the most part, the benefits of Public Law 346 (the G. I. Bill of Rights) are
not open to any who were not in training on July 25, 1951 or who have interrupted
training since that time. There are some circumstances under which these benefits
are open to the veteran, but each case must be cleared in advance with the Veterans
Administration.
The government benefits available under Public Laws 16 and 894 (Vocational
Rehabilitation Acts) for veterans who received service connected disabilities are
provided for only after review of each individual case by the Veterans Administra-
tion.
Many young men and women who have had active duty in the armed forces
during the period which began with the Korean conflict are eligible for educational
benefits under Public Law 550. Veterans in this group are urged to begin pre-
liminary application with the Veterans Administration well in advance of the date
they expect to enter the University. Under this law the veteran receives monthly
payments which cover educational expenses (fees and books) as well as subsistence.
As most of the fee and book expense must be paid at the beginning of the school
term it is essential that the veteran be in a position to meet these expenses as they
are due which will almost always be before any remittance has been received from
the government. Veterans expecting to attend college under PL 550 are urged to
familiarize themselves with the requirements and restrictions relative to the benefits
of this act. Officials of the Veterans Administration should be consulted on any
points not clear to the student or prospective student. It is especially important that
the student understand the procedures that must be followed to obtain Veterans
Administration approval of original choice or any change of educational objective.
All veterans who believe they are entitled to educational benefits are urged to
contact the appropriate Veterans Administration office in order that the decision may
be made in their individual case. Veterans who at the time of registration do not
have the necessary papers showing clear entitlement to government benefits are re-
quired to pay their own fees. If the proper clearances are subsequently presented
to the Office of the Registrar, authorization for refund of fees and expenses approp-
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Expenses



REGISTRATION FEES
EACH STUDENT, depending upon his classification, pays one of the following
registration fees each semester, if registration is completed in the regularly
scheduled registration period (see University Calendar).
Florida Students enrolled in all colleges and schools ... ..... .$ 75.00
Part-time Florida Students enrolled for only one fixed credit course (the
course not to carry more than 4 semester hours) (such students are
not entitled to student activity or infirmary privileges) .. ......... 20.00
Non-Florida Students enrolled in all colleges and schools.......................... 250.00
Non-Florida Part-time Students enrolled for only one fixed credit course
(the course not to carry more than 4 semester hours) (Such stu-
dents are not entitled to student activity or infirmary privileges) 195.00
Fees for registration after the regular registration period are increased $5.00.
There are no waivers of the increased fees for any reason.

DESCRIPTION OF REGISTRATION FEES
The registration fees listed in the above table include the following:
Contingent Fee. A fee of $41.50 per semester is charged each student.
Building Fee. A fee of $9.00 per semester is charged each student, the income
being used for building construction and rehabilitation.
Student Health Fee. Each full-time student is charged a Health fee of $10.00
per semester, which secures for the student the services of the Infirmary staff. Ad-
ditional charges are made for board at the rate of $2.20 per day. Consultation,
special duty nursing, special medicines, special treatments, special laboratory work,
and X-ray interpretation by a qualified Radiologist are all services not covered by
this fee and an additional charge is made for them. No major surgery is performed
at the Infirmary except in an extreme emergency, and therefore all expenses incurred
for major surgery or any other referred service are the responsibility of the student
and his parents.
Student Activity Fee. A fee of $14.50 per semester is assessed to maintain and
foster athletic sports, student publications, and other student activities. Student fees
are assessed by a vote of the student body and approved by the Board of Control
before they are adopted.
COURSE FEES
The only course fees charged are those for music. Fees for applied music
lessons, instrument rental and practice room rental are payable at the time of
registration.
No deduction will be made for lessons missed by the student. In case of serious
illness, make-up lessons will be arranged in the Division of Music office. Lessons
missed because of University holidays or during examination week will not be
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APPLIED MUSIC LESSON FEES
One lesson per week, one-half hour ........... $30.00 per semester
Two lessons per week, one-half hour each ....... 60.00 per semester
PRACTICE ROOM RENTAL FEES
One hour per day for the semester................... .... ... $ 5.00
Two hours per day for the semester ... .............................. 10.00
Three hours per day for the semester .................................. 15.00
INSTRUMENT RENTAL FEES
Brass, woodwind and string instruments owned by the University may be
rented by students at the rate of $5.00 per semester.
SPECIAL FEES
Fees which apply in special cases only are listed below:
Breakage Books. Any student registering for a course requiring locker and
laboratory apparatus in any department is required to buy a breakage book. Break-
age books cost $3.00 each, except that the Chemistry breakage book costs $5.00.
A refund will be allowed on any unused undetached portion at the end of the year,
when the student has checked in his apparatus to the satisfaction of the departments
concerned. Breakage books are sold in the Student Bank.
Comprehensive Examination in Education. All graduate students in Education
are required to take a special comprehensive examination (National Teachers Ex-
amination or equivalent). For the current year the fee is $7.00 for full-time stu-
dents and $11.00 for part-time students. Applications must be made for this ex-
amination according to announcements in the Orange and Blue bulletin and College
of Education announcements.
Application Fee for Comprehensive Examination. A non-refundable fee of $1,
payable on the day of application, is charged for each application for a comprehen-
sive examination in one of the basic courses of the University College Program.
Applications are necessary only in case the student is not currently registered in the
course concerned.
Graduation Fee. Each candidate for a Bachelor's degree must make application
for the degree in accordance with the date set forth in the University Calendar and
pay at the time of application the graduation fee of $10.00. This will cover the cost
of the candidate's diploma and rental of cap and gown. If the candidate applies for
two Bachelor's degrees at the same commencement, the fee will be $15.00. In the
event that the applicant does not fill the requirement for graduation at the time
specified in the original application for degree, he shall be charged a fee of $5.00
for each subsequent application for the same degree.
Each candidate for a graduate degree (Master's or Doctor's) must make appli-
cation for the degree in accordance with the date set forth in the University Calen-
dar and pay at the time of application a fee of $20.00. This will cover the cost of
the candidate's diploma, rental of a cap and gown, thesis binding fee, and cost of
printing cover and title page of thesis. The candidate will also be given the hood
representative of his degree. In the event that the applicant does not fill the re-
quirements for graduation at the time specified in the original application for degree,
he shall be charged a fee of $5.00 for each subsequent application for the same
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Transcript Fee. A student is furnished a first copy of his record free (regardless
of the amount of work completed). Subsequent copies are charged for at the rate
of $1.00 each, unless more than one copy is ordered at the same time, in which case
there is a charge of $1.00 for the first copy and 25 cents for each additional copy
on the same order. University transcripts may be obtained only from the Registrar's
Office.
Library Fines. A fine of 5 cents a day is charged for each book in general circu-
lation which is not returned within the limit of two weeks. "Reserve" books may be
checked out overnight, and if they are not returned on time the fine is 15 cents for
the first hour and 5 cents an hour or fraction of an hour thereafter until they are
returned.
Late X-ray Fee. A fee of $2.00 will be charged all students who report late for
their chest X-ray.
Audit Fees. Persons may be permitted to audit courses with the written consent
of the instructor in charge and with the approval of the dean of the college admin-
istering the course on payment of a fee of $20.00 per course.
Auditor's permits are obtained at the Office of the Registrar.
No grades are recorded for Auditors. No one is permitted to audit courses
without payment of the fee.
DEPOSITS
Room Reservation. Students wishing to apply for rooms in University Housing
Facilities must forward to the Director of Housing a Room Reservation Deposit of
$10.00 at the time such application is made.
R.O.T.C. Deposit. All students enrolling in Military Science and Tactics are
issued regulation uniforms and other military equipment necessary. To provide
against loss and insure prompt return each student enrolled in any R.O.T.C. course
is required to make a deposit of $20.00 at the time of registration. This will be
refunded upon return of all Government property in satisfactory condition.
Dissertation Deposit. See the Graduate School section of this catalog.

PAYMENT OF FEES AND DEPOSITS
Fees are payable as a part of the registration procedure (except for the non-
Florida fees for the first semester of attendance which must be sent to the Office of
the Registrar with admission credentials).
The Room Reservation Deposit must accompany the application for room
reservation that is sent to the Director of Housing.
The Special Fees are payable by the date set in the University Calendar or at
the time the student expects to receive the service for which the fee is assessed.
R.O.T.C. Deposit is payable at the time of registration.
Failure to pay registration fees when due makes the registration incomplete and
will result in the charging of the increased registration fee as described above.

REFUND OF FEES
A student cancelling his registration on or before the date scheduled for first
class meetings of a semester will be entitled to a full refund of registration and
course fees.
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beginning of a semester will be entitled to a full refund of registration and course
fees.
Students withdrawing from the University before the date specified in the
University Calendar are entitled to a refund of all registration and course fees except
$5.00 of the contingent fee. Properly authorized refunds are paid in the Student
Bank.
TUITION
Non-Florida students pay tuition of $175.00 per semester in addition to the
fees charged Florida students.
Classification of Students. For the purposes of assessing tuition applicants are
classified as Florida or non-Florida students. In applying this regulation "applicant"
shall mean a student applying for admission to the University of Florida if he is 21
years of age, or if he is a minor, it shall mean parents, parent or guardian of his or
her person. Such applicant will pay the non-Florida tuition and other charges re-
quired of non-Florida students unless he shall be a citizen of the United States and
shall have resided and had his habitation, domicile, home and permanent abode in
the State of Florida for at least 12 months immediately preceding his registration;
provided, however, that the applicant can not claim continuous residence in Florida
by virtue of enrollment in any college or university in the State of Florida for the
required period.
All students not able to quality as Florida students are classified as non-Florida
students.
The status of the classification of a student is determined at the time of his first
registration in the University, and may not thereafter be changed by him unless, in
the case of a minor, his parents move to and become legal residents of this State by
maintaining such residence for twelve consecutive months. If the status of a student
changes from a non-Florida student to a Florida student, his classification may be
changed at the next registration thereafter.
A fee of $10 will be charged all students registering incorrectly. In the case of
non-Florida students, this fee will be assessed in addition to the tuition. In the case
of Florida students who give an out of state address at the time of registration or
any other time, this fee will be charged unless the student files a written explanation
acceptable to the Registrar stating why the out of state address was given and giving
proof that his residence is Florida.

OTHER EXPENSES
Room Rent. Rent for rooms in the Residence Halls varies from $30.00 to
$110.00 per student per semester. Remittances for room rent should be made in
accordance with the directions issued by the Director of Housing. If the student does
not reside in one of the units of the Residence Hall System the arrangements con-
cerning rates and method of payment are the responsibility of the individuals
concerned.
Meals. The cost of meals throughout the University food service system varies
with the taste of the individual. Attractive, well planned meals at reasonable prices
are served on the cafeteria plan at several locations on the campus.
Books and Supplies. Cost of these items varies with the program of the student.
It is estimated that from $40.00 to $90.00 per year will cover this expense for most
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SUMMARY OF EXPENSES FOR THE SCHOOL YEAR
Typical
Registration fees and course expenses ............ ...................$150.00*
Books and Training Supplies ................ ......................... 75.00
Laundry and cleaning......................... .. ............ .. 55.00
Room and board............................ .... .............. 600.00
Incidental expenses ................................ 200.00

STUDENT BANK
Banking facilities are available to students on the campus through the Cashier's
Section, Office of the Business Manager, Room 1, Administration Building. The
purpose of this service is to provide a safe-depository for cash balances which the
student may withdraw as needed. A fee of $1.00 per semester or $.75 per sum-
mer term is charged regardless of the number of deposits or withdrawals. A
machine-posted pass book is issued to each depositor and must be used for all
transactions.

*Non-Florida students are charged $350 tuition per year in addition. Students
enrolled in R.O.T.C. (required of Freshmen and Sophomores) must deposit $20.00
at time of registration. This is refundable at end of year if all equipment is returned
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Housing


GENERAL INFORMATION
EACH STUDENT must make personal arrangement for his housing either by (1)
applying to the Office of the Director of Housing for assignment to the
University Housing Facilities or, (2) in the case of an upperclassman who
wishes to do so, obtaining an accommodation in private housing or in his fraternity
house. (See Private Rooming Houses and Fraternities and Sororities).
All inquiries concerning housing applications, deposits, or rent payments in
University Housing Facilities should be addressed to the Director of Housing, Uni-
versity of Florida, Gainesville. Checks or money orders for room deposits or rent
payments should be made payable to the University of Florida and mailed to the
Office of the Business Manager, Cashier, together with the application or rent in-
voice. Cash should NOT be sent through the mail.
An application for housing space may be filed at any time. Prospective fresh-
men are urged to apply for housing as early as possible, since initial fall term assign-
ments are made during the spring and early summer.
A deposit payment of ten dollars must accompany the application for housing.
Each applicant is given advance notice of exact assignment and deadline date for
rent payment, if possible. Each applicant should read carefully the terms and condi-
tions covering housing assignments as stated on the back of the application form
and on the notification of assignment.
Roommate requests are honored wherever possible, provided the individuals
wishing to room together submit their applications and pay room deposits at the
same date, clearly indicate on their respective applications their desire to room
together, and are within similar academic classifications. A large number of selected
foreign students are available for assignment as roommates with American students
who are interested in foreign languages, trade, and international relations; it is the
University's policy to encourage American and foreign students to room together,
and any student interested in the program should indicate this on his application.

RESIDENCE REGULATIONS
All freshman men and all undergraduate women, with the exception of those
whose residence is Gainesville or vicinity, are required to live in University Housing
Facilities as long as space is available. With University approval undergraduate
women students, excepting freshmen, may live in sorority houses.

HOUSING ADMINISTRATION AND SERVICES
Carefully selected and trained personnel are in charge of each area. Students
with personal problems or questions concerning procedure or policy are aided by
Head Residents, Resident Advisers, and Student Counselors.
Carefully selected and specially trained upperclass students are assigned to each
floor or section in the residence halls to aid the other student residents in the solu-
tion of problems and to lead in the organization of the residence group. Elected
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and activities of general interest and benefit.
The rates quoted are subject to change. All facilities are equipped with basic
furnishings of beds, mattresses, dressers, desks, and chairs. Residents are encouraged
to bring their own drapes, pictures, bedspreads, rugs, and lamps.
Linens may be rented on a weekly exchange basis; pillows, blankets, and some
extra equipment may be rented on a term or semester basis. Linen rates per week
are: sheets, 15c each; towels, 7c each; pillow cases, 6c each. Blankets, pillows, and
lamps are 80c per semester.
Heavy luggage may be sent ahead, prepaid, addressed to the student's name
and showing his assigned room number. Such shipments will be held until called
for by the student. The University assumes no responsibility beyond the exercise of
reasonable care for any shipment so received.

RESIDENCE HALLS FOR SINGLE STUDENTS
TOLBERT, NORTH, SOUTH, WEAVER, MALLORY, YULEE,
AND REID HALLS
These seven halls of modern design and of brick, concrete, and steel construc-
tion are normally reserved for freshmen students. Features include; office-to-room
intercommunication system; post-office boxes for each room in building lobbies;
large lounge for each building; study lounge on each upper floor; large recreation
rooms; snack bars; laundry and other self-service facilities. Double and single rooms
only, with the number of single rooms limited. Community bath facilities on each
floor. Hot water heating system thermostatically controlled for each building.
Fluorescent lighting. Rates (subject to change): Small double room with double-
decker bed, $60 per student per semester (in men's halls only); regular double
room $85 per student per semester; single room, $100 per student per semester.
BUCKMAN, THOMAS, SLEDD, FLETCHER, AND MURPHREE HALLS
These five halls of modern brick, concrete and steel construction are normally
reserved for male upperclassmen. Each hall is divided into separate sections with
accommodations for from 30 to 60 students per section. Double-decker beds and
extra equipment increase room capacities in relation to anticipated demand for space.
All but a few rooms have lavatories, and there is a community bath on each floor
in each section. There are lounges, recreation rooms; and laundry facilities in the
area. Steam heat. Room types: two-room suites for two or three students, double
rooms for two or three students, single rooms for two students, and a limited num-
ber of single rooms. Regular Session rates range from $49.50 to $70 per student
per semester.
BROWARD HALL
The newest residence hall, of modern design and of brick, concrete, and steel
construction, houses 630 students in double rooms with a limited number of single
rooms available. Three-fourths of the space will be reserved for upperclass women
and one-fourth for freshman women. Features include: office-to-room inter-
communication system; post office boxes for each room in building lobby; two large
lounges; study lounge on each of the floors; large recreation room; cafeteria; laundry
and other self-service facilities; community baths on each floor; hot water heating
system thermostatically controlled. Rates (subject to change): Regular double
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GROVE HALL
This is a two-story hall of frame construction, normally reserved for upperclass
women students. Community bath facilities on each floor in each wing; ironing
room on each floor; lounge and office on first floor. Mostly single rooms, with a
number of small doubles. Rates (subject to change); Single room, $76.50 per
student per semester; double room, $55 per student per semester.
FRAME HALLS
Eleven buildings of one-story cemesto-board construction. Used for upperclass-
men or freshman as necessary. Community bath in each building, laboratory in each
room. Hot air or hot water heating system. Rooms are normally set up to accommo-
date two students each, but more may be assigned if necessary. Rates are $49.50
per student per semester.
FACILITIES FOR MARRIED COUPLES
Three Apartment Villages (Flavets), located on-campus, have been provided
through the Public Housing Authority. Assignments are currently being offered
to married veteran and non-veteran students. Priority of assignment is given to
veterans. Flavet I contains 26 buildings of one-story, temporary construction,
divided into 100 apartment units of one, two or three bedrooms. Flavet II, similar
to Flavet I in construction, contains 20 buildings divided into 76 apartment units,
of one, two or three bedrooms. Flavet III contains 54 buildings, of two-story,
temporary construction, divided into 448 apartment units of one or two bedrooms.
All apartments are equipped with basic furniture requirements, but residents must
furnish their own linens, rugs, kitchenware, etc. Cooking and heating are by gas,
metered to the individual apartments. Electricity consumption in excess of the basic
minimum is paid on a monthly basis on meter readings. Rent rates per month
(including basic electricity) are one-bedroom apartment, $26.75; two bedroom
apartment, $29.50; three-bedroom apartment, $32.25.
Applications may be filed at any time and should be sent as soon as possible.
Applications are being accepted from non-veterans for assignment at such time as
all veteran applicants have been placed.
OFF-CAMPUS HOUSING
Private homes and privately operated rooming houses and apartments pro-
vide many accommodations for students.
Off-campus listings are maintained in the Housing Office but are not compiled
for mailing since availability changes constantly and a mutually satisfactory rental
arrangement can normally be made by the student only after personal inspection of
facilities and conference with the householder. Students seeking off-campus housing
should come to Gainesville well before the school period to confer with the Hous-
ing Office about accommodations. Advance appointments for conferences may be
made.
Arrangements for the September semester should be completed between the
middle of June and the middle of August, for the February semester, during January,
and for the Summer Session between the middle of April and the end of May.
Any freshman man student or single undergraduate woman student who wishes
to live off-campus must obtain advance clearance in writing from the Housing
Office. Each single, undergraduate woman student under 21 years of age, who may
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a form signed by her parents or guardians giving their approval of her living ar-
rangements at a specific address. Such blanks are available from the Housing Office
as well as the Office of the Dean of Women.
COOPERATIVE LIVING ORGANIZATION
The Cooperative Living Organization, incorporated in 1940, is operated by
and for students with limited means for attending college. The Organization is
located one block from the University campus, and has five residence buildings with
a total capacity of over seventy members. The affairs of the Organization are ad-
ministered by a Board of Directors, elected annually from the membership.
Qualifications for membership include financial need, scholastic ability, and
references of good character. Application for membership should be made to the
Vice-President at 117 N. W. 15 Street.
GEORGIA SEAGLE COOPERATIVE
George Seagle Cooperative, organized in September, 1946, is unique in that its
main tenant is Christian fellowship in all phases of college life. It is organized on
a non-profit basis, with each member being assessed his prorata share of actual
operating cost, and is only successful through the active participation of all mem-
bers in its program. Georgia Seagle Cooperative is non-sectarian and has most of
the major religious denominations represented in its membership. The administra-
tive powers of the organization are vested in its representative group, the Co-op
Board.
Application for membership in this organization is made by personal inter-
view early in May and early in December at the Georgia Seagle Hall, 1002 West
University Avenue.
SPRINGFIELD HALL
Springfield Hall, organized in September, 1951, is the first woman's living
cooperative to be established on the campus. It is sponsored by the Wesley Founda-
tion and is open to any woman student at the University who is interested in
Christian cooperative living. It is organized on a non-profit basis, with each member
being assessed her prorata share of the actual operating cost.
Application for membership, may be made at 1113 West University Avenue,
or at the Wesley Foundation, 1320 West University Avenue.
FRATERNITIES AND SORORITIES
Most national fraternity and sorority chapters maintain their own houses
adjacent to the University campus. Freshman women are not permitted to live in
sorority houses. Special regulations apply to freshman men living in their fra-
ternity houses. University student regulations are in effect for all sorority and
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Student Life



Services, Facilities, Activities, Regulations
OFFICE OF THE DEAN OF STUDENT PERSONNEL
THE DEAN of Student Personnel coordinates the counseling and service activities
which are available to aid the student in solving personal and educational
problems and to help him in selecting a balanced program of social and
recreational activities.
OFFICE OF THE DEAN OF MEN
The Dean of Men is the counselor to men students. He is interested in the
total life of the student, including his academic, financial, social, and recreation ac-
tivities. In cooperation with the Dean of Women and the Student Organizations
Office, his office serves as a clearing house for all non-classroom activities. The
Dean of Men serves as an adviser to student self-government so that these activities
may provide training in citizenship and leadership. He cooperates with the Director
of Housing in providing counseling for men who live in University living facilities.
OFFICE OF THE DEAN OF WOMEN
The Dean of Women has broad responsibilities for the welfare of women stu-
dents. She serves as a counselor to students on a variety of problems and interests
including personal, academic, financial and social.
In cooperation with the Dean of Men and the Student Organizations Office
she serves as an adviser to student government and other student organizations.
The Dean of Women in cooperation with the Director of Housing, acts in an
administrative, supervisory, and counseling capacity with relation to the University
residence halls and women's fraternity houses.
OFFICE OF THE DIRECTOR OF HOUSING
The Office of the Director of Housing coordinates the residence halls and
Flavet programs and operations and compiles off-campus housing information and
listings. See section on "Housing" for details.
OFFICE OF THE ADVISER TO FOREIGN STUDENTS
The Adviser to Foreign Students is the co-ordinator of arrangements for all
alien students at the University from the time of their first inquiries until they
return to their home countries. His office cooperates with other University agencies
in processing applications from foreign students for admission and financial aids.
The office is primarily responsible for the reception and orientation of new students
from abroad and cooperates with other officials and agencies of the University in
providing necessary counseling for foreign students on academic, financial, language,
social or other problems. The Adviser to Foreign Students is responsible for all of
the University's relations with the U. S. Immigration Service and with other govern-
mental and private agencies concerned with international student exchange. Assis-
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OFFICE OF STUDENT PERSONNEL RECORDS
Using various sources, the office of Student Personnel Records collects and
integrates information concerning social and scholastic activities of each student. It
makes this information available to qualified counselors who aid the student in
making educational, social, psychological, and vocational adjustment. The keeping
of personnel records is an effort in the understanding of, and service to, the indi-
vidual student as he has contact not only with the classroom, but also with all phases
of his university life.
STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS OFFICE
The Student Organizations Office is interested in the activities of all organized
student groups on the campus. It maintains complete records of these groups, in-
cluding date of recognition, officers, constitution, etc. This office is also the authori-
zation agency for social activities of all student organizations and provides infor-
mation regarding regulations for such activities.
The Assistant Dean of Men is in charge of the Student Organizations Office
and should be contacted regarding the formation and recognition of new student
organizations and regarding any problems which may arise concerning the operation
of student organizations.
UNIVERSITY PLACEMENT SERVICE
The University Placement Service is an agency designed to coordinate the
placement activities of the departments, schools, and colleges on campus. This
office cooperates directly with these University units in handling placement affairs
and provides services which supplement their activities. Through its placement
facilities, the University aids students in solving the problem of post-graduate
employment and assists alumni in making suitable changes of employment.
The University Placement Service functions primarily as a clearing house,
bringing together students, faculty members, and representatives of organizations
that are seeking college trained personnel for permanent employment. Assistance is
given students in preparing and making desired contacts for placement upon gradua-
tion by supplying job information, informing students of job opportunities, arrang-
ing interviews between employers and applicants, and helping the students gather
and present their credentials to prospective employers.
Representatives from business, industry, and government are encouraged to
visit the campus or write this office and take the opportunity to engage qualified
University of Florida graduates.
FLORIDA CENTER OF CLINICAL SERVICES
The services of the five clinics which operate as a coordinated unit under the
Division of Student Personnel are available to all University students without
charge. Students are urged to seek assistance before their problems or difficulties
become aggravated. The services of the clinics are available to the residents of the
State of Florida for diagnostic purposes, therapy and counseling to the extent that
off-campus subjects are needed in training programs and as personnel and facilities
will permit.
PSYCHOLOGICAL CLINIC
One of the functions of this unit is to aid the student on an individual basis
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ment. Approved test and counseling methods are used, and results are supplemented
by detailed occupational information. Other services of this unit include help to
students who find their work hampered by worries, adjustment difficulties, and other
troublesome conditions. In addition to the above functions, the Psychological Clinic
works closely with the Department of Psychology in its program for the training
of clinical psychologists and counseling psychologists.
SPEECH AND HEARING CLINIC
This clinic conducts a speech and hearing examination during orientation week
of all freshmen and transfer students. The personnel of this unit are available to
all University students who have speech and hearing problems which are handi-
capping in nature. In addition to losses in hearing such impairments include:
stuttering, cleft palate speech, articulatory problems, voice abnormalities and other
deviations from acceptability. This clinic operates as a laboratory for those students
in the Speech Department who are training for speech and hearing therapists, speech
pathologists, and audiologists.
READING LABORATORY AND CLINIC
Through the use of interviews and diagnostic tests, this clinic plans a program
of study and training in reading skills for each individual who demonstrates a need
for assistance. The program is planned according to the needs of the student, the
time available in the student's schedule, and the amount of training necessary for
permanent improvement of reading skills. In addition to remedial functions, this
unit trains teachers and graduate students in the techniques of diagnosis and remedi-
ation. The clinic also carries on a program of research in many aspects of the field
of reading and aids students and faculty members engaged in allied research. This
clinic is an integral part of the C3 program.
ADAPTED AND CORRECTIVE EXERCISES CLINIC
This program assists those students who have physical deviations which neces-
sitate individual consideration in developing a sports program that is within the
limits of their physical capacity. Due consideration is given to the individual's
interests as well as the social and recreational needs for adult life. Programs of
functional exercise are provided for those students having physical deviations that
can be corrected or improved. The work is conducted under careful supervision
and is based on adequate medical diagnosis and information.
MARRIAGE AND FAMILY CLINIC
The Marriage and Family Clinic deals with marital, premarital and family
adjustment problems. Clients are assisted in gaining insight into problems and in
weighing advantages and disadvantages of alternative adjustments. University stud-
ents will find understanding and help in the solution of their marital and premarital
problems.
STUDENT HEALTH SERVICE
Applicants for admission to the University are furnished a medical history and
physical examination form by the Registrar's Office. The medical history is com-
pleted by the applicant before going to his physician for the physical examination.
The physical examination must be performed and completed by a licensed Doctor
of Medicine and mailed by the doctor directly to Director, Student Health Depart-
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examination must be reviewed by a University Physician before the applicant is
cleared for registration in the University. The type of physical education for which
the applicant is qualified, and the physical eligibility of male students for R. O.
T. C. training, is determined on the basis of this pre-entrance examination, after
conference and possible further examinations of those with reported physical defects.
The Student Health Department strives to prevent students with communi-
cable diseases from entering the University. All students enrolled at the University
are given annual chest x-rays by the State Health Department and every effort is
made to detect evidence of tuberculosis of which the student may be entirely un-
aware. (Faculty members and employees of the University are also given annual
chest x-rays.) Late registrants will be charged a special fee of $2.00 for their chest
x-ray if the x-ray units of the State Health Department are not available. Students
must have been successfully vaccinated against smallpox within the past five years
and the Health Department advises all students to be immunized to typhoid fever
and tetanus before coming to the University.
The University maintains the Student Health Department in the Infirmary
Building on the campus for the protection and medical care of the students in
residence. The Outpatient Clinic is open during the day from 8:00 A.M. to
10:00 P.M. to provide all students in need of medical care with consultation
and treatment. The hospital, of 65 beds, provides the students in need of hospital-
ization with twenty-four hour general nursing care and patients entering the hos-
pital are under the constant observation of a University Physician. An emergency
service is available to students who become acutely ill or are injured when the
clinic is closed and such students may obtain treatment at any time by reporting to
the Infirmary. University Physicians do not make calls outside the Infirmary or
attempt to treat students in their rooms where the facilities for treatment are inad-
equate. Students should be instructed before leaving home to report immediately to
the Infirmary should they become ill. Parents will be notified by a University Phy-
sician whenever a student is believed to be seriously ill.
The Student Health Department gives as complete a diagnostic, treatment, and
public health program as possible within the limitations of its personnel and equip-
ment. It is staffed and organized for treating the acute illnesses which commonly
occur while the student is in residence at the University. Facilities at the University
Infirmary include the services of a competent medical staff, a psychiatrist, x-ray and
clinical laboratories, and a physical therapy unit.
There are no facilities for dental work or eye refractions in the Student Health
Department and, therefore, students are urged to have defects of vision and teeth
corrected before coming to the University.
Major surgery is not performed at the Infirmary. Some minor surgery is per-
formed in the Infirmary at the University Physicians' discretion only. However, all
surgical operations are the responsibility of the student and his parents and are per-
formed with their consent, and, if at another hospital, at their expense. Whenever
an emergency operation is imperative, the student shall be referred to a competent
surgeon and transferred to the Alachua General Hospital in Gainsville, which is
fully approved for surgery by the American College of Surgeons. Students receiving
severe, multiple or compound fractures will be handled in the same manner as stud-
ents in need of emergency surgery.
Competent physicians and surgeons in Gainesville cooperate readily with the
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need of a consultant, the University Physician will arrange for such a consultation.
Local physicians are also available for medical service to students at their places of
residence, at the student's expense.
Health service is available only to those students currently enrolled in the Uni-
versity who have paid the student health fee. In the case of married students, who
are unacquainted with local physicians, the Student Health Department will be glad
to recommend well qualified physicians to attend their families.
The Health Fee does not include surgery, consultation, or special duty nursing.
These must be paid by the patient. Laboratory work done at the Infirmary is free
of charge but any work that has to be referred elsewhere is the responsibility of the
patient. Diagnostic x-ray service is offered at a very nominal cost. All x-rays are
interpreted by a qualified Radiologist. A charge of $2.20 per day is made for stu-
dents admitted to the Infirmary as in-patients.
The University is not responsible for the medical care of students during vaca-
tions, but, in certain instances, it may make special arrangements for the continued
care of students who were hospitalized before the vacation period.
During epidemics, the facilities of the Student Health Department may be so
overtaxed that the care of all ill students at the Infirmary will be impossible. In
such an emergency every effort will be made to provide for the care of students out-
side the Infirmary, but the Student Health Department will not assume payment for
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Student Aid


STUDENT EMPLOYMENT
VERY EFFORT is made to aid qualified students in obtaining part-time employ-
ment. Opportunities are limited; consequently the number of part-time jobs
available does not approach the number of applicants seeking these jobs.
Every attempt is made to place students in work that utilizes their training and
experience.
Each student who is employed by the University must have an honor point
average of C for the semester or term immediately preceding his employment. The
average rate of pay per hour is between 50 and 75 cents; the average earnings per
month are about $40.
Student employment is directed by the Committee on Student Aid, Scholarships
and Awards, with the Assistant Dean of Men administering the program. All ap-
plications for work should be made prior to the opening of the semester in which
employment is desired. Applications for work, however, may be filed at any time.
Inquiries should be addressed to: Assistant Dean of Men, University of
Florida, Gainesville, Florida.
SCHOLARSHIPS
The University of Florida does not have large sums of money available for
cash scholarships. Many of the scholarships available to students are awarded direct-
ly by the donors, and administered through the Business Office of the University
and the Committee on Student Aid, Scholarships and Awards; however, there are
a number of scholarships awarded and administered by the Committee on Student
Aid, Scholarships and Awards. The Committee collects all information relative to
the basis of award, the value, and other pertinent facts pertaining to scholarships.
The Committee also collects information on the applicants and supplies this inform-
ation to donors. In some instances the Committee has been given the authority to
make awards without consulting donors.
While scholarship as evidenced by academic attainment is an important feature
in making awards, it is by no means the only consideration. The student's potential
capacity to profit by college training and to make reasonable returns to society are
important considerations in making all awards.
In addition to the opportunities for scholarship awards at the University,
prospective students are urged to consult the resources in their home communities.
Many civic clubs and community organizations are interested in providing means
whereby students may attend college when they are convinced the investment will
be worth while.
Unless otherwise specified, applications, for scholarships listed below should be
made to the Dean of Men who is Chairman of the Committee on Student Aid,
Scholarships and Awards at the University of Florida, Gainesville.
ACCOUNTING:
Allen and Gilliam Scholarship in Accounting.-This scholarship is for $300
and is awarded on the basis of need to a student majoring in accounting. It may be
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year. The student must have a scholastic average of C or better. The award shall be
made by the Committee on Student Aid, Scholarships, and Awards, on the recom-
mendation of the Dean of the College of Business Administration and the Depart-
ment of Accounting. Applications should be made to the Department of Account-
ing not later than October 10.
W. J. Callahan Scholarship in Accounting.-This scholarship is awarded on
the basis of need not earlier than the junior year to a student with a B or better
average majoring in accounting. The award shall be made by the Committee on
Student Aid, Scholarships, and Awards on the recommendation of the Dean of the
College of Business Administration and the Department of Accounting. The award
is $300 annually, payable in equal semester installments and is restricted to a resi-
dent of Dade County or Southeastern Florida. Applications for this scholarship
should be made to the Department of Accounting before October 10.
Pentland, Purvis, Keller and Company Scholarship.-This scholarship is for
$300 payable in equal semester installments to be awarded to a senior in the ac-
counting curriculum. The award shall be made by the Committee on Student Aid,
Scholarships, and Awards on the recommendation of the Dean of the College of
Business Administartion and the Department of Accounting to a student with high
scholarship, though need of the applicant will also be considered. Application for
this scholarship should be made to the Department of Accounting before Octo-
ber 10.
AGRICULTURE:
Borden Agricultural Scholarship.-A scholarship amounting to $300 per year
has been made available by the Borden Company Foundation, Inc. This scholarship
is available to the eligible senior student in agriculture who has achieved the highest
average grade in all college work preceding the senior year. To be eligible, students
must have included in their curricula two or more dairy subjects.
Burpee Scholarship.-This $750 scholarship is awarded by the W. Atlee Bur-
pee Seed Growers to a Chilean student in horticulture who has had one or more
years training in a Chilean University.
County Agricultural Scholarships.-Provision has been made by a legislative
act for a scholarship from each county-to be offered and provided for at the dis-
cretion of the Board of County Commissioners of each county. The recipient is to
be selected by a competitive examination under rules and authority prescribed by
the respective County Board of Commissioners. The act authorizes that the value
of each scholarship is a sum sufficient to pay for board in the dining hall and room
in the dormitory. Whether such a scholarship has been provided for by any county
may be learned from the Clerk of the Board of County Commissioners, or the Coun-
ty Agent of the county in question.
The John T. Creighton Scholarship.-The Orkin Exterminating Company, Inc.,
has provided for a $300 scholarship in honor of Dr. John T. Creighton to be
awarded annually to a junior or senior student majoring in entomology. The award
will be based upon professional promise, scholastic record, and financial need.
J. Lawrence Edwards Scholarship.-The Dade County, Florida Boys 4-H Club
Leaders Association has provided for a $100 scholarship as a memorial to J. Law-
rence Edwards to be awarded annually to a Dade County 4-H Club boy who is plan-
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Farm Bureau-Winn and Lovett Scholarships.-Two $1,000 scholarships, one
to a boy and one to a girl freshman student who is the son or the daughter of an
active member of the Florida Farm Bureau. The student may enter the university of
his or her choice.
Florida Bankers Association Scholarships.-The Florida Bankers Association
awards ten $100 freshman scholarships annually, five to 4-H Club boys and five
to F.F.A. boys, on the basis of a competitive examination. Further information con-
cerning these scholarships may be obtained through the student's local 4-H Club
or F.F.A. Club.
Kroger Scholarships.-Two $200 scholarships are offered by the Wesco Foods
Company and are awarded annually to outstanding junior agricultural students. Ap-
plication for these scholarships should be made to the Dean of the College of Agri-
culture, University of Florida, Gainesville.
Sears, Roebuck Scholarship.-The Sears-Roebuck Foundation has given funds
to the University of Florida for the establishment of a number of scholarships in the
amount of $100 to $150 annually to first-year students particularly interested in
agricultural activities. At the end of each year the Sears-Roebuck Foundation awards
a scholarship in the amount of $250 to the outstanding freshman in the Sears-Roe-
buck Scholarship group, the money to be made available for his sophomore year.
State Commissioner of Agriculture Scholarships.-Four of these Scholarships
are awarded to agricultural students annually and carry a stipend of $100 each, as
follows:
One to the 4-H Club boy who has conducted the best poultry project during
the year.
One to the 4-H Club boy who has conducted the best cattle project during
the year.
One to the outstanding Future Farmer exhibitor of livestock at the Southeast-
ern Fat Stock Show.
One to the outstanding Future Farmer exhibitor of livestock at the Quincy
Livestock Show.
Winn-Lovett Grocery Company Scholarships.-This Company offers eight
$250 scholarships per year for four years, four to boys and four to girls, to students
who come from families connected with the Florida Farm Bureau. These students
may enter the university of their choice.
ARCHITECTURE:
Florida North Chapter of the American Institute of Architects Scholarships.-
This scholarship is for students in architecture in the College of Architecture and
Allied Arts and the Graduate School. The scholarship is in the amount of $250
and is awarded on the basis of professional promise and financial need. Preference
will be given to students pursuing the curriculum in architecture from that portion
of the state of Florida included in the territory of the Florida North Chapter of the
American Institute of Architects. In order to encourage exceptional students, appli-
cants are required to have a B average or better in all university work. Recipients
are requested after their graduation, when they have earning capacity to enable it,
to establish a scholarship fund equivalent to that received. Should funds permit the
award of more than one scholarship per year, additional scholarship awards will be
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The George Doro Scholarship.-Mr. George Doro, of the George Doro Fixture
Company of Jacksonville, has established a scholarship for a student in the fourth
or fifth year of work in architecture. This scholarship is awarded to worthy students
in need of financial assistance to complete his college work and is in the amount of
$250 per year. The recipient of the scholarship will be selected by the Dean of the
College of Architecture and Allied Arts in cooperation with the Committee on Stu-
dent Aid, Scholarships, and Awards.
Steward-Mellon Company of Jacksonville Scholarship.-The Steward-Mellon
Company of Jacksonville has made available two scholarships for senior students in
architecture or in building construction. These scholarships are in the amount of
$250 each and are awarded on the basis of professional promise and financial need.
Preference will be given to students from the Jacksonville area. Recipients will be
urged in the years after graduation to make available to some deserving student in
need of financial assistance to complete his college work a like amount of money
as they have received. Recipients of the scholarships will be selected by the Dean
of the College of Architecture and Allied Arts in cooperation with the Committee
on Student Aid, Scholarships and Awards.
Steward-Mellon Company of Orlando Scholarship.-The Steward-Mellon Com-
pany of Orlando has made available two scholarships for senior students in archi-
tecture or in building construction. These scholarships are in the amount of $250
each and are awarded on the basis of professional promise and financial need. Pref-
erence will be given to students from the Orlando area. Recipients will be urged
in the years after graduation to make available to some deserving students in need
of financial assistance to complete his college work a like amount of money as they
have received. Recipients of the scholarships will be selected by the Dean of the
College of Architecture and Allied Arts in cooperation with the Committee on Stu-
dent Aid, Scholarships and Awards.
Steward-Mellon Company of Tampa Scholarships.-The Steward-Mellon Com-
pany of Tampa has made available two scholarships for senior students in archi-
tecture or in building construction. These scholarships are in the amount of $250
each and are awarded on the basis of professional promise and financial need. Pref-
erence will be given to students from the Tampa area. Recipients will be urged
in the years after graduation to make available to some deserving student in need of
financial assistance to complete his college work a like amount of money as they
have received. Recipients of the scholarships will be selected by the Dean of the
College of Architecture and Allied Arts in cooperation with the Committee on Stu-
dent Aid, Scholarships and Awards.
ART:
Wilson's Department Stores of Gainesville Scholarship.-Mr. Brooks Shu-
maker, as President of Wilson's Department Stores, Inc., of Gainesville, has made
available a freshman scholarship for a graduate of a high school in Gainesville who
intends to study costume design. The award will be based on character, scholarship,
and evidence of artistic talent. The scholarship will be in the amount of $150 pay-
able in equal semester installments. The award will be made by the Committee on
Student Aid, Awards and Scholarships on the recommendation of the Dean of the
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ATHLETICS:
Athletic Scholarships.-Through the University of Florida Athletic Association,
students who engage in varsity athletics may be awarded scholarships from funds
received from Senate Bill 944 and through contributions of friends and alumni.
Scholarships range from the payment of actual college expenses of room, board,
books, fees and incidentals to the waiver of the non-resident tuition if the student
has no other form of scholarship. These awards are made upon recommendations of
a subcommittee of the Athletic Department.
The Thad L. Howell Memorial Scholarship.-Thad L. Jr., and Marshall F.
Howell maintain a scholarship in memory of their father, Thad L. Howell. The
amount of the scholarship is $1,000 per year and is awarded to a student in Ath-
letics nominated by the Director of Intercollegiate Athletics. Applications should
be made to the Director of Intercollegiate Athletics, Department of Athletics, Uni-
versity of Florida, Gainesville.
BOARD OF CONTROL SCHOLARSHIPS:
This is a group of scholarships which are awarded through the Board of Con-
trol. The amounts of these scholarships will vary from year to year inasmuch as
they are derived from investments. Applications should be made to the Chairman
of the Committee on Student Aid, Scholarships and Awards in the Dean of Men's
Office.
Albert W. Gilchrist Memorial Scholarship.-This scholarship is open to stu-
dents in the junior and senior classes. Scholastic achievement is the principle basis
of this award.
Arthur Ellis Hamm Memorial Scholarship.-Established in 1919 by Mrs. Eliza-
beth C. Hamm in accordance with the last will and in memory of her husband,
Captain Arthur Ellis Hamm, a former student of the University, who fell in battle
at St. Mihiel, France, on September 14, 1918.
Loring Memorial Scholarship.-A scholarship maintained by Mrs. William
Loring Spencer in memory of her distinguished uncle, General Loring.
The Charles E. Tufts Memorial Scholarship.-The Charles E. Tufts Estate has
provided for a scholarship to be awarded to a student or students who are graduates
of any high school in Hillsborough County who shall have demonstrated by their
industry and attainments that they are in all respects worthy of such assistance.
The Cecil Willcox Memorial Scholarship.-This scholarship was provided for
in the will of Cecil Willcox and is derived from the income of a sum of money
which he left the University for this purpose. The scholarship is to be awarded to
a young man either born in or a resident of the State of Florida, the applicant to be
selected upon the following basis:
1. He must qualified to enter the freshman class of said University without
condition or without being deficient in any subject required therefore.
2. He must be in actual need of this help to enable him to attend the Uni-
versity of Florida.
3. He must be worthy to receive such help, and to be worthy must be a
young man of good character and habits, and one who has a capacity for
education and who has demonstrated by his previous work that he is studi-
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David Yulee Memorial Scholarship.-This scholarship is awarded annually on
the basis of scholarship, and is open to members of the junior and senior class in
the university.
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION:
Beta Gamma Sigma Scholarship.-This scholarship amounts to $200 annually,
payable $100 each semester, and is awarded to a student with at least a B average
registering in the College of Business Administration, or to a student registering in
the Graduate School who is pursuing work with a major in a field of the College
of Business Administration. The award will be made on the basis of character,
scholarship, and need by a committee composed of members of the fraternity. Ap-
plication should be made on or before October 10, through the Dean of the College
of Business Administration.
BUILDING CONSTRUCTION:
Steward-Mellon Company of Jacksonville Scholarship.-The Steward-Mellon
Company of Jacksonville has made available two scholarships for senior students in
architecture or in building construction. These scholarships are in the amount of
$250 each and are awarded on the basis of professional promise and financial need.
Preference will be given to students from the Jacksonville area. Recipients will be
urged in the years after graduation to make available to some deserving student in
need of financial assistance to complete his college work a like amount of money
as they have received. Recipients of the scholarships will be selected by the Dean
of the College of Architecture and Allied Arts in cooperation with the Committee on
Student Aid, Scholarships and Awards.
Steward-Mellon Company of Orlando Scholarships.-The Steward-Mellon
Company of Orlando has made available two scholarships for senior students in
architecture or in building construction. These scholarships are in the amount of
$250 each and are awarded on the basis of professional promise and financial need.
Preference will be given to students from the Orlando area. Recipients will be
urged in the years after graduation to make available to some deserving student in
need of financial assistance to complete his college work a like amount of money
as they have received. Recipients of the scholarships will be selected by the Dean
of the College of Architecture and Allied Arts in cooperation with the Committee on
Student Aid, Scholarships and Awards.
Steward-Mellon Company of Tampa Scholarships.-The Steward-Mellon Com-
pany of Tampa has made available two scholarships for senior students in archi-
tecture or in building construction. These scholarships are in the amount of $250
each and are awarded on the basis of professional promise and financial need. Pref-
erence will be given to students from the Tampa area. Recipients will be urged in
the years after graduation to make available to some deserving student in need of
financial assistance to complete his college work a like amount of money as they
have received. Recipients of the scholarships will be selected by the Dean of the
College of Architecture and Allied Arts in cooperation with the Committee on
Student Aid, Scholarships and Awards.
EDUCATION:
A. R. Mead Scholarship Fund.-Kappa Delta Pi and Phi Delta Kappa, honor-
ary educational fraternities at the University of Florida, have established a joint




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