• TABLE OF CONTENTS
HIDE
 Front Cover
 Front Matter
 Table of Contents
 University calendar
 Administrative officers
 Faculty
 General information
 Admissions
 Expenses
 Housing
 Student life
 Colleges, schools, and curricu...
 Description of courses
 Index






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Title: University record
Uniform Title: University record (Gainesville, Fla.)
Physical Description: v. : ; 24 cm.
Language: English
Creator: University of Florida
Publisher: University of Florida
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Publication Date: March, 1952
Copyright Date: 1946
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 1906)-
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Full Text





























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 gratuitously to all persons who apply for them. The
applicant should specifically state which bulletins or what information is desired. Address
THE REGISTRAR, University of Florida
Gainesville, Florida










SADAR TOWER


DIRLL FIELD


RADIO STATION
WRUUF


P. V..YONGE
LADORPATORY SCHOQ


























IIUVERSITV OF FLORID 6 #B- ESVIL


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TABLE OF CONTENTS

PAGE
U university Calendar ........ ... .- .......--------------.... --............ .......--------- 5

Adm inistrative O officers .......-.. .~-... .. ... ... -----------...-. ... ......-...... ..---.... 8

Faculty -------........... ------.--- ---......--- 9

General Information ........... .... .------ ................ 61

Admissions -.... .............. ......... ......... ... ....... ----.--------... 70

Expenses ......... ........... ---------....-- ...---- ---.......... ---- ................. 74

Housing .........---... --.---..... .--..--..............--------.............. 79

Student Life-Services, Facilities, Activities, Regulations................................... ---82

Colleges, Schools, and Curricula

University College ...................-----------------......................113

College of Agriculture ......---------------------..... ..... ...................124

College of Architecture and Allied Arts .................-----------......... .................. 138

College of Arts and Sciences ...........-...-.. -. .................................... ...... 149

College of Business Administration ---..........---..........---------------...............158

College of Education ...... .......---------------------.......----- 175

College of Engineering ........ .... ........-----------------.....185

School of Forestry .................------------.................... 203

School of Inter-American Studies .. ...----.... .........................207

School of Journalism .................... --------------- ...................... 211

College of Law ...................... ... ------------------------- 215

College of Pharm acy ......................................... .. .................. 223

College of Physical Education and Health ........................ ...................... 226

Physical Fitness Program ..-----..................----------- ---- .........------ 233

The Division of Music ......................----------------------.. 236

Military Departments ........... -----.........------- ------238

Radio and Television -----............. ---- --- ---- --.... ...............-. 240

Training of the Handicapped ------...--....--...-......-------.... 243

Graduate School ...................... ---------------------------246

Description of Courses.................................-- --------........... 261








UNIVERSITY CALENDAR

1952-53

REGULAR SESSION SEPTEMBER 1952 JUNE 1953


1952
August 16, Saturday......-...............---Last day for filing preliminary application for first
semester.
Sept. 15, 16, Mon., Tues........................Placement tests for entering students.
Sept. 15-20, 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 20, after 10 A.M.
Sept. 22, Monday, 7:40 a.m................Classes begin. All registration fees increased by
$5.00 for persons completing registration on or
after this date.
Sept. 27, Saturday, 12 noon .---..........Last time for completing registration for first se-
mester. No one permitted to start registration
after 10 a.m. on this date.
Last time for adding courses and for changing
sections.
Sept. 29, Monday, 12 noon--......-..........Last time for submitting resignation for first se-
mester and receiving any refund of fees.
October 18, Sat., 12 noon -..-.............Last time for filing application with Dean to be
designated as honor student.
October 25, Saturday.......................Georgia-Florida football game in Jacksonville.
Classes suspended.
October 27, 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, November 1.....................Homecoming. Classes suspended at 12:30 p.m.
Friday, Saturday Friday.
November 3, Monday, 4 p.m.................Last time for dropping courses without receiving
grade of E.
November 26, Wed., 5:30 p.m..............Thanksgiving recess begins.
December 1, Mon., 7:40 a.m............. Thanksgiving recess ends.
December 6, Sat., 12 noon.-................-.Last time for removing grades of I or X received
in preceding semester or term of attendance.
December 20, Sat., 12:30 p.m. ..........Christmas recess begins.
December 27, Saturday........................ Last day for filing preliminary application for
second semester.
1953
January 5, Mon., 7:40 a.m.................Christmas recess ends.
January 9, Friday -.......-..... --............ Last day for candidates for degrees to be conferred
at end of first semester to complete correspondence
courses.
January 12, Monday, 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 17, Sat., 2:30 p.m..................Final examination period begins.
January 19, Monday-............................Second semester registration begins for students
who were enrolled during the first semester.
January 29, Thursday, 4 p.m............... 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).






UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA


January 30, Friday.................................Faculty meetings, at times announced by the Deans,
to pass upon candidates for degrees.
January 31, Saturday, 5 p.m... ..........First semester ends.
January 31, Saturday, 8 p.m.................First semester Commencement Convocation.
February 2, Monday, 4 p.m... .....--.......All grades for first semester due in the Office of
the Registrar.

SECOND SEMESTER
February 4, Wednesday.--.......---.....-... Placement tests for entering students.
February 5-7, Thurs.-Sat.................---..Registration according to appointments assigned
on receipt of preliminary application. No one per-
mitted to start Registration on Saturday, February
7, after 10 A.M.
February 9, Monday, 7:40 a.m......-....-- Classes begin. All registration fees increased
$5.00 for persons completing registration on or
after this date.
February 14, 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 16, Monday, 12 noon ..........L.ast time for submitting resignation for second
semester and receiving any refund of fees.
March 7, Saturday, 12 noon.................Last time for filing application with Dean to be
designated as honor student.
March 14, Saturday, 12 noon..-----.........Last time for making application at the Office of
the Registrar for a degree to be conferred at the
end of the second semester.
3 March 24, Tuesday, 4 p.m............--- Last time for dropping courses without receiving a
.^f grade of E.
*April4Thursday, 5:30 p.m----.............Spring recess begins.
April 11, Saturday, 12 noon.....-.....--....Last time for removing grades of I or X received
in preceding semester or term of attendance.
\ April 1', Tuesday, 7:40 a.m............-----Spring recess ends.
May 2, Saturday---.....-.. --------...Last day for filing preliminary application for
1953 Summer Session.
May 15, Friday ......------------ ..Last day for candidates for degrees to be conferred
at the end of the second semester to complete cor-
respondence courses.
May 18, Monday, 4 p.m---..~.-----....- Last time for candidates for Master's and Doctor's
degrees to be conferred at end of second semester
to file theses with the Dean of the Graduate
School.
May 23, Saturday, 2:30 p.m.................-----Final Examination period begins.
May 25, Monday......--------....----Summer session registration begins for students
who were enrolled during the second semester.
June 4, 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 5, Friday....................... Faculty meetings, at times announced by the
Deans, to pass upon candidates for degrees.
June 7, Sunday...... -----...........................Baccalaureate Service.
June 8, Monday---..................................---------Commencement Convocation.
June 8, Monday, 4:00 p.m...................------All grades for second semester due in the Office
of the Registrar.











CATALOG 1952-1953


SUMMER SESSION 1953
June 10, Wednesday.............................. Placement tests for entering students.
June 11-13, Thurs.-Sat..................-- Registration according to appointments assigned
on receipt of preliminary application.
June 15, Monday, 7 a.m....-.--.--........Classes begin. All registration fees increased $5.00
for persons completing registration on or after this
date.
June 16, Tuesday, 5 p.m..............-----.......Last time for completing registration for the sum-
mer session. No one will be permitted to start
registration after 3 p.m. on this date.
Last time for adding courses or changing sections.
June 19, Friday, 4 p.m..................----.........Last time for submitting resignation for the sum-
mer session and receiving any refund of fees.
June 20, Saturday, 12 noon...................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, Saturday.....................................Holiday Classes suspended.
July 6, Monday, 4 p.m.............------.............Last time for dropping courses without receiving
a grade of E.
July 24, Friday......----------............................Last day for candidates for degrees to be conferred
at end of the summer session to complete cor-
respondence courses.
July 27, 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 Grad-
uate School.
August 11, Tuesday, 7 a.m..........-.........Final examination period begins. First semester
registration begins for students enrolled in the
summer session.
August 13, 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 (special lists are sent
to the faculty for these reports).
August 14, Friday-------.....-.........Faculty meetings, at times announced by the
Deans, to pass upon candidates for degrees.
August 15, Saturday, 12 noon...............All grades for the summer session due in the Office
of the Registrar.
August 15, Saturday, 8 p.m............:.....Summer Commencement Convocation.


REGULAR SESSION 1953-54
1953
August 15, Saturday........-------...... Last day for filing preliminary application for first
semester.
Sept. 14-15, Mon.-Tues..........----....--........Placement tests for entering students.
Sept. 14-19, Mon.-Sat...----. ---..... Registration.
September 21, Monday.........................Classes begin.






UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA


STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION

FULLER W ARREN ............... --.........- ........ ......... ......... ...... 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

FRANK M. HARRIS, LL.B., Chairman ................... .............- .. Attorney at Law
St. Petersburg, Florida
MRS. ALFRED I. DUPONT
Jacksonville, Florida
GEORGE W. ENGLISH, JR., LL.B.......-.......... ......---------------.. -----Attorney at Law
Ft. Lauderdale, Florida
ELI FINK, LL.B............................... -----------. .....................Attorney at Law
Jacksonville, Florida
GLENN MILLER.. ..... Bu........s....i......--ine....ss---.....- Busine Man
Monticello, Florida
HOLLIS RINEHART, LL.B............------.--....--.........-- ........... ........Attorney at Law
Miami, Florida
GEORGE J. WHITE, SR......-----------......- -.....---..... ------.--...-----.........- ....--- Banker
Mount Dora, Florida
WILLIAM F. POWERS......---.........--......Secretary of the Board of Control
Tallahassee, Florida


ACADEMIC AND ADMINISTRATIVE COUNCILS

OF THE UNIVERSITY

1952-1953

J. HILLIS MILLER, M.A., Ph.D., LL.D., Litt.D., L.H.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..........- ....... ........... Business Manager
ROBERT COLDER BEATY, M.A.----- --................-- .--- ....-..Dean of Men
ALVAH ALDEN BEECHER, M.M.---..............-..... .. ..- ..--------........---.....Director of Music
MARNA VENABLE BRADY, Ed.D............-...-- ...................------ .....Dean of Women
CHARLES FRANCIS BYERS, Ph.D....---..--........Acting for the Dean of the Graduate School
HARLEY WILLARD CHANDLER, M.S..-.....---........................------- Dean of the University
HAROLD GRAY CLAYTON, M.S.A...-- ...------..... Director of the Agricultural Extension
Service and County Agent Leader
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
LEWIS FRANCIS HAINES, Ph.D..........--- ----------... Director of the University Press






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RICHARD SADLER JOHNSON, B.S.P.............-- ..-----...-- ---....... ..............................Registrar
CLEMENS MARCUS KAUFMAN, Ph.D.........................-....Director of the School of Forestry
WINSTON WOODARD LITTLE, M.A.............-------......--- ................Dean of the University College
WALTER JEFFRIES MATHERLY, M.A., LL.D....................................Dean of the College of
Business Administration
DONALD RAY MATTHEWS, M.A......................--................Director of Alumni Affairs
JOHN VREDENBURGH MCQUITTY, Ph.D... .............................University Examiner
RALPH ALEXANDER MORGEN, Ph.D..................... ..............Director of the Engineering and
Industrial Experiment Station
CLARENCE VERNON NOBLE, Ph.D................................ Dean of the College of Agriculture
RALPH EMERSON PAGE, Ph.D.............................Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences
GARLAND WHEELER POWELL......---..--...........--- ..--- ..Director of Radio Station WRUF
GEORGE SHELDON PRICE, B.S., Colonel, Field Artillery........Professor of Military Science
and Tactics and Coordinator of the Military Departments
J. W AYNE REITZ, Ph.D..................-.......... ... ................. Provost for Agriculture
RALPH RHUDY, Colonel, Air Force..............................Professor of Air Science and Tactics
BERT CLAIR RILEY, B.S.A.....................................Dean of the General Extension Division
NILE CLARETT SCHAFFER..........-------........-----.......Acting for the Director of the Florida
State Museum
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
RAE O. WEIMER...............-.....-.........................----Director of the School of Journalism
STANLEY LEROY WEST, LL.B., B.S. in L.S...............................--Director of the University
Libraries
JOSEPH BENTON WHITE, Ph.D.................................. Dean of the College of Education
EDWARD DEMING WHITTLESEY, B.A...--.....................................Director of Public Relations
A. CURTIS WILGUS, Ph.D.........................Director of the School of Inter-American Studies
W. MAX WISE, Ed.D................ ...-............Dean of Student Personnel


OFFICERS OF

INSTRUCTION, RESEARCH AND ADMINISTRATION

1951-1952

(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).
ADAMS, FRANK THOMPSON, Litt.M., Assistant Professor of Field Organization, General
Extension Division (1946-1947).
ADKINSON, JAMES A., B.S. Eng., Interim Instructor in Physical Sciences (1950-1950).
ALBERTSON, RACHEL, B.A., Editor, Engineering and Industrial Experiment Station
(1948-1948).
ALBRIGHT, THOMAS B., B.S.F., Interim Instructor in Forestry, State Ranger School
(1951-1951). (Resigned September 15, 1951).
ALEXANDER, ALICE ELIZABETH, B.S. in L.S., Assistant in Serials, Library (1951-1951).
ALEXANDER, VIRGIL WILLIAM, Ph.D. (Nebraska), Assistant Professor of Education
(1950-1950).
ALLEE, WARDER CLYDE, Ph.D. (Chicago), Professor of Biology and Head of Department
(1950-1950).






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ALLEGER, DANIEL EUGENE, M.S., Associate Agricultural Economist, Agricultural Experi-
ment Station (1945-1947).
ALLEN, JOHN STUART, Ph.D. (New York), Vice President of the University (1948-1948).
ALLEN, ROBERT J., Ph.D. (Maryland), Assistant Agronomist, Everglades Experiment
Station (1950-1950).
ALLISON, ROBERT VERRILL, Ph.D. (Rutgers), Vice Director in Charge, Everglades Ex-
periment Station (1926-1944).
AMES, BURTON WEBER, M.A.E., Director of Non-Academic Personnel (1923-1948).
ANDERSON, BERNICE L., M.S., Interim Assistant Nutritionist, Agricultural Extension
Service (1951-1951) (Resigned June 30, 1951).
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, CYRUS EDWARD, Ed.D. (Oregon), Assistant Professor of Off-Campus In-
struction (1949-1949).
ANDERSON, EDWARD ARTHUR, M.A., Instructor in Art (1949-1949).
ANDERSON, JOHN DAVID, M.A., Assistant Professor of Economics (1948-1950).
ANDERSON, MONTGOMERY DRUMMOND, Ph.D. (Brookings), Professor of Business Statistics
and Economics (1927-1927).
ANDERSON, RICHARD JAMES, Ph.D. (Michigan), Associate Professor of Psychology and
Associate, Bureau of Vocational Guidance and Mental Hygiene (1943-1951).
ANDERSON, WILLIAM JENNINGS, M.S., Interim Instructor in Physical Sciences (1946-
1946). (Resigned August 6, 1951).
APPERSON, FRANCES EUGENIA, B.A. in L.S., Assistant Librarian and Head of Serials
Department, Library (1943-1948).
ARATOWSKY, BERNARD, Ph.D. (Johns Hopkins), Assistant Professor of Foreign Languages
(1950-1951).
ARNETT, CLEO MAE, M.S., Assistant Nutritionist, Agricultural Extension Service, Talla-
hassee (1951-1951).
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 (1933-1949).
ARNOLD, LILLIAN ELEANORE, M.S., Assistant Botanist, Agricultural Experiment Station
(1927-1936).
ARNOLD, P. T. Dix, M.S.A., Assistant Professor of Dairy Husbandry and Assistant Dairy
Husbandman, Agricultural Experiment Station (1931-1934).
ATCHLEY, MELL H., M.A., Assistant Professor of Sociology (1947-1947).
AUSTIN, CHARLES F., M.S.F., Interim Instructor in charge of Austin Cary Memorial
Forest (1951-1951).
AUSTIN, TOLLIE EDWARD, B.A., Interim Instructor in Physical Education (1951-1951).
AYERS, SANFORD EMMETT, M.D. (Louisville), Director of Student Health Department
(1951-1951).
BACHMAN, HAROLD BURTON, B.S., Professor of Music (1948-1949).
BAKER, FRANK SLOAN, B.S.A., Assistant Animal Husbandman, North Florida Experiment
Station (1945-1945).
BAKER, WILLIAM F., M.S., Captain, Assistant Professor of Air Science and Tactics
(1951-1951).
BALDIVIESO, JOSE GUZMAN, M.S., Interim Assistant Professor of Spanish, Graduate
School of Inter-American Studies (1951-1951).
BALLARD, MARTHA JANE, M.A., Instructor in Off-Campus Instruction (1951-1951).






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BAMBERGER, FLORENCE EILAU, Ph.D. (Columbia), Visiting Professor of Foundations of"
Education (1949-1951).
BANISTER, JOHN ROBERT, M.S. in L.S., Assistant Professor of Training Aids and Adult
Education, General Extension Division (1947-1947) (Resigned January 9, 1951).
BARINGER, WILLIAM ELDON, Ph.D. (Illinois), Professor of Social Sciences (1947-1949).
BARNES, ROBERT LLOYD, M.F., Interim Instructor in Forestry and Forest Research
(1951-1951).
BARNEY, JOHN MARSHALL, M.S.E.E., Assistant in Research, Engineering and Industrial
Experiment Station (1950-1950).
BARRINEAU, THOMAS LORREN, M.A.E., District Supervisor, Vocational Education
(1946-1947).
BARRUS, EDITH YOUNG, B.A., District Home Demonstration Agent, Agricultural Exten-
sion Service, Tallahassee (1918-1943).
BARTLETT, GEORGE ROBERT, Ph.D. (Chicago), Professor of Philosophy (1947-1949).
BARTLEY, ERNEST R., Ph.D. (California), Associate Professor of Political Science (1949-
1951).
BARTLEY, ROGERS LEROY, B.S.E., Administrative Manager, Agricultural Experiment
Station and Agricultural Extension Service (1950-1950).
BARTON, MARTHA BROWNING, M.A., Curator and Instructor, College of Architecture
and Allied Arts (1950-1950).
BATTE, EDWARD GUY, D.V.M. (Texas A. & M.), Associate Professor of Veterinary
Science and Associate Parasitologist, Agricultural Experiment Station (1949-1949).
BATTIN, TOM C., M.A., Assistant Professor of Speech (1951-1951).
BATTISTA, JULIUS BERNARD, B.A.E., Assistant Football Coach (1941-1946).
BAU, DANIEL TSUH-ENG, M.A.Arch., Assistant Professor of Architecture (1949-1951).
BAUGHAN, DENVER EWING, Ph.D. (Yale), Associate Professor of English (1946-1946).
BAUGHMAN, GEORGE FECHTIG, M.A., Business Manager (1941-1948).
BAULT, ROGER QUINCY, M.A., Assistant Professor of Physical Sciences (1947-1950).
BEAL, JOHN WALTER, Shop Foreman, College of Engineering (1943-1950) (Deceased
April 14, 1951).
BEALE, CLYDE KENYON, B.A.J., Associate Editor, Agricultural Experiment Station and
Agricultural Extension Service (1935-1946).
BEARD, PERCY MORRIS, M.S., Associate Professor of Professional Physical Education and -
Track Coach; General Manager of Athletics (1936-1949).
BEATY, ROBERT COLDER, M.A., Dean of Men (1925-1948).
BECKENBAUGH, JOSEPH RILEY, Ph.D. (Rutgers), Associate Director, Agricultural Ex-
periment Station (1937-1950).
BECKER, CHARLES HENRY, Ph.D. (Florida), Associate Professor of Pharmacy (1947-,
1947).
BECKER, RAYMOND BROWN, Ph.D. (Minnesota), Professor of Dairy Husbandry and
Dairy Husbandman, Agricultural Experiment Station (1929-1935).
BECKWITH, STEPHEN LYON, Ph.D. (Michigan), Assistant Professor of Wildlife Manage-
ment (1948-1948).
BEDSOLE, MALCOLM R., M.S.A., Assistant in Chemistry, Everglades Experiment Station
(1950-1950).
BEECHER, ALVAH ALDEN, M.M., Director of Music (1948-1948).
BEISLER, WALTER HERMAN, D.Sc. (Princeton), Professor of Chemical Engineering and
Head of Department (1922-1939).
BELL, EUDORIAN N., Superintendent of Maintenance (1940-1946).







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BELL, OTIS, M.A.E., District Supervisor, Vocational Education (1947-1947) (Resigned
June 30, 1951).
BENSEN, JACK FRANKLIN, M.A., Clinician, Speech and Hearing Clinic (1951-1951).
BENTLEY, GEORGE ROBERT, Ph.D. (Wisconsin), Associate Professor of Social Sciences
and Logic; Counselor (1938-1946).
BENZ, WILLIAM PATRICK, M.P.H., Instructor in Physical Education (1951-1951).
BERGEN, TALLMADGE, B.S., Interim Assistant Agricultural Economist, Agricultural Ex-
periment Station (1949-1949).
BERGENGREN, ROY FREDERICK, M.A.E., Instructor in Industrial Arts and Vocational
Education (1949-1949) (On leave 1951-1952).
BERNER, LEWIS, Ph.D. (Florida), Associate Professor of Biological Science (1946-1951).
BERRY, CHARLES VARDAMAN, B.S.B.A., Director of Service Activities (1947-1951).
BEVIS, JOYCE, M.A., District Home Demonstration Agent, Agricultural Extension Service,
Tallahassee (1940-1951).
BIGELOW, GORDON ELLSWORTH, Ph.D. (Johns Hopkins), Interim Assistant Professor of
English (1951-1951).
BIGELOW, MARGARET CATON, M.A., Associate Resident, Grove Hall (1951-1951).
BIGGERS, EDGAR W., M.Ed., Vocational Appraiser, Veterans Guidance Center (1949-
1949). (Resigned August 31, 1951).
BIGGIN, BEVERLY BASSET, B.A., Architect, Office of the Consulting Architect (1949-
1949).
BIGHAM, TRUMAN C., Ph.D. (Stanford), Professor of Economics and Chairman of
Graduate Work (1930-1931).
BINGHAM, N. ELDRED, Ph.D. (Columbia), Professor of Education (1950-1950).
BISHOP, HENRY WALTON, B.S.P.E., Interim Teacher, P. K. Yonge Laboratory School
(1951-1951).
BISSELL, HELEN S., B.A., Associate Resident, Reid Hall (1951-1951).
BITONDO, TED, B.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, JOHN HUNTER, M.S.E., Assistant Professor of Foundations of Education (1947-
1947).
BLACK, KENNETH LEROY, LL.B., Associate Professor of Law (1949-1949).
BLACKMON, GULIE HARGROVE, M.S.A., Horticulturist and Head of Department, Agri-
cultural Experiment Station (1923-1937).
BLACKMORE, THEODORE ROMAINE, Interim Tabulating Supervisor, Business Office (1949-
1951).
BLAKE, ROBERT GEORGE, M.A., Assistant Professor of Mathematics (1943-1949).
BLALOCK, LEWIS FLORENCE, M.A., Associate Registrar and Director of Admissions (1930-
1945).
BLANTON, LAWTON WALTER, M.A.E., Assistant Professor of Mathematics and Counselor
(1942-1946).
BLEDSOE, ROGER WILLIAM, Ph.D. (Iowa), Agronomist, Agricultural Experiment Station
(1943-1947).
BLESS, ARTHUR AARON, Ph.D. (Cornell), Professor Emeritus of Physics and Director of
Bioelectric Potentials Project (1928-1951) (Retired August 31, 1951).
BLOCK, HERMAN HENRY, C.E., Associate Professor of Architecture (1949-1951).







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BLOCK, SEYMOUR STANTON, Ph.D. (Pennsylvania State), Associate Professor of Chemical
Engineering and Associate Research Professor, Engineering and Industrial Experi-
ment Station (1944-1950).
BLODGETT, RALPH HAMILTON, Ph.D. (Pennsylvania), Professor of Economics (1950-
1950).
BLOOMFIELD, WILLIE KATE, B.S. in L.S., Assistant in Reference, Library (1948-1948).
BLUE, WILLIAM GUARD, Ph.D. (Missouri), Assistant Biochemist, Soils, Agricultural Ex-
periment Station (1950-1950).
BODE, BOYD HENRY, Ph.D. (Cornell), Lecturer in Education (1948-1948).
BOGGS, JAMES PALMER, B.S.Arch., Assistant Professor of Architecture (1950-1950) (Re-
signed September 15, 1951).
BOLDT, ALBERT WALTER, M.A., Assistant Dean of Men (1948-1948).
BOLICK, RALPH EUGENE, M.Ed., Instructor in Physical Education (1949-1951).
BOLLES, ROBERT STEPHEN, Ed.D. (Columbia), Professor of Music (1948-1951).
BONEY, KATHERINE McKoy, B.S., Assistant Chemist, Animal Industry, Agricultural Ex-
periment Station (1944-1944).
BOOMSLITER, GEORGE PAUL, M.S., Lecturer in Engineering Mechanics (1949-1949).
BOONE, LALIA PHIPPS, Ph.D. (Florida), Interim Instructor in English (1949-1949).
BORGIA, AGNES PETRONELLA, B.S., Interim Associate Professor of Art (1951-1951).
BORRELL, EDWARD HARLEY, Dip. Arch. (Dunelm), A.R.I.B.A., A.M.T.P.I., Instructor in
Architecture (1949-1949) (Resigned April 30, 1951).
BOSWELL, JAMES HARLAN, M.A., Associate Professor of Professional Physical Education
and Recreation (1947-1947) (Resigned September 18, 1951).
BOURKE, NORMAN, M.E., Professor of Mechanical Engineering (1943-1948).
BOUTELLE, MARGARET WHITE, M.A., Instructor in Secondary Education (1934-1950).
BOWEN, FRANCIS JOHN, Ph.D. (Florida), Instructor in Chemistry (1947-1950) (Re-
signed December 31, 1950).
BOWERS, JOHN COLANGELO, M.S., Assistant Chemist, Citrus Experiment Station (1948-
1948).
BOWERS, ROBERT HOOD, Ph.D. (Yale), Associate Professor of English (1946-1946).
BOWERY, THOMAS GLENN, Ph.D. (Rutgers), Assistant Entomologist, Everglades Experi-
ment Station (1951-1951).
BOWMAN, HAZEL Lois, M.A., Assistant Professor of Correspondence Study, General Ex-
tension Division (1948-1948) (Resigned February 1, 1951).
BOYD, CLIFFORD ALLEN, Ed.D. (Boston), Interim Assistant Professor of Professional
Physical Education (1950-1950).
BRACKEN, ANDREW JOSEPH, M.Ed., Instructor in Physical Education (1949-1949).
BRADBURY, ROBERT WESLEY, Ph.D. (Michigan) Associate Professor of Economics (1950-
1950).
BRADDY, VAUNCILLE L., M.B.E., Instructor in Business Education (1950-1952).
BRADSHAW, JAMES PHILIP, M.S. in L.S., Instructor in English (1946-1946).
BRADY, MARNA VENABLE, Ed.D. (Columbia), Dean of Women (1948-1948).
BRAND, MICHAEL, M.A., Instructor in Economics (1948-1948).
BRANSFORD, THOMAS LEROY, C.E., Associate Professor of Civil Engineering (1948-1951).
BRATLEY, HOMER EELLS, M.S.A., Assistant Entomologist, Agricultural Experiment Sta-
tion (1932-1932).
BREESE, WILLIAM ELLIS, M.A., Assistant Professor of Marketing (1950-1950).
BREGGER, THOMAS, Ph.D. (Cornell), Sugar Cane Physiologist, Everglades Experiment
Station (1935-1935).






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BRISTOL, LORIS ROOD, M.A., Assistant Professor of Counseling, Placement and Graduate
Studies in Education (1932-1950).
BRODKORB, PIERCE, Ph.D. (Michigan), Associate Professor of Biological Science (1946-
1950).
BROHM, HENRY DORE, Ph.B., Professor of Marketing (1949-1950).
BROMILOW, FRANK, M.S., Associate Professor of Civil Engineering (1948-1948) (Re-
signed September 20, 1951).
BROOKE, DONALD LLOYD, M.S.A., Associate Agricultural Economist, Agricultural Experi-
ment Station (1946-1946) (On leave 1951-1952).
BROOKER, MARVIN ADEL, Ph.D. (Cornell), Professor of Agricultural Economics and Ag-
ricultural Economist, Agricultural Experiment Station (1927-1947).
BROOKS, ALBERT NELSON, Ph.D. (Wisconsin), Plant Pathologist, Strawberry Investiga-
tions Laboratory (1926-1941).
BROOKS, JOHN HAPGOOD, III, M.S., Assistant Professor of Horticulture (1948-1948).
BROWN, ALBERT EUGENE, M.S., Interim Instructor in Pharmacognosy and Pharma-
cology (1950-1950) (Resigned April 30, 1951).
BROWN, EADWARD MURRILL, B.A., Psychometrist, Florida Center of Clinical Services
(1950-1951).
BROWN, EUGENE, M.S., Interim Instructor in Chemistry (1950-1950).
BROWN, LOUISE CASE, M.S.E., Interim Instructor in Elementary Education (1951-1951).
BROWN, RICHARD DEWITT, B.M., Professor of Music (1920-1947).
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 Secondary Education (1948-
1950).
BROYLES, ARTHUR A., Ph.D. (Yale), Assistant Professor of Physics (1949-1949) (On
leave 1951-1952).
BROYLES, JOHN FRANKLIN, B.S.I.M., Assistant Football Coach (1950-1950) (Resigned
December 9, 1950).
BRUNET, JOSEPH, Ph.D. (Stanford), Professor of Classical Languages and Head of De-
partment of Foreign Languages (1927-1950).
BRUSH, WARREN DAVID, Ph.D. (American), Instructor in Dendrology (1948-1948) (Re-
tired June 30, 1951).
BRYAN, GERALDINE CLARKE, B.A., Interim Teacher, P. K. Yonge Laboratory School
(1950-1950).
BRYANT, FRED DAVID, B.A. in L.S., Assistant in Cataloging, Library (1947-1947) (On
leave 1951-1952).
BUCKHANNAN, MARGARET B., R.N., School Nurse, P. K. Yonge Laboratory School
(1945-1945).
BUCKLEY, HUBERT EARL, M. Ag., Interim Assistant in Agronomy, Agricultural Experi-
ment Station (1951-1951).
BUGG, STERLING LOWE, M.S.C.E., Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering and Assistant
Research Professor, Engineering and Industrial Experiment Station (1948-1949).
BUNTING, DONALD CHARLES, B.A., Assistant Professor of Physical Sciences and Assistant
Research Professor, Engineering and Industrial Experiment Station (1948-1949).
BURGIS, DONALD STAFFORD, M.S.A., Assistant Horticulturist, Gulf Coast Experiment Sta-
tion (1946-1946).
BURNETT, TANNYE OLIVIA, M.A., Instructor in Physical Education (1951-1951).






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BURNEY, HAROLD WESLEY, M.E., Assistant Research Professor, Engineering and In-
dustrial Experiment Station (1947-1948).
BURRUS, JOHN NEWELL, Ph.D. (Louisiana State), Interim Assistant Professor of Soci-
ology (1950-1950) (Resigned August 31, 1951).
BusBY, JOE NEIL, B.S.A., Assistant Boys' 4-H Club Agent, Agricultural Extension Service
1947-1949) (On leave 1951-1952).
BUSCIGLIO, DOMINIC CONIGLIO, B.S., Assistant in Research, Engineering and Industrial
Experiment Station (1951-1951).
BUSHONG, CHARLES CECIL, B.S., Assistant Professor of Field Organization, General Ex-
tension Division (1947-1949).
BUSSELL, WILLIAM HARRISON, B.M.E., Instructor in Mechanical Engineering (1948-
1951).
BUTLER, GEORGE BERGEN, Ph.D. (North Carolina), Associate Professor of Chemistry
(1946-1951).
BUTTERWORTH, ROBERT FREDERICK, M.S., Resident Advisor, Murphree Hall (1951-
1951).
BYERS, CHARLES FRANCIS, Ph.D. (Michigan), Professor of Biology; Professor of Bio-
logical Science and Head of Department (1927-1942).
CALAWAY, WILSON THAYER, B.S., Assistant Research Professor, Engineering and In-
dustrial Experiment Station (1946-1951).
CALDWELL, ROBERT EDWARD, M.S.A., Assistant Professor of Soils and Assistant Chemist,
Agricultural Experiment Station (1941-1951) (On leave 1951-1952).
CALHOUN, EUNICE ZIPPERER, M.A.E., Teacher, P. K. Yonge Laboratory School (1944-
1944).
CALLENDER, WILLIAM F., LL.B., Interim Director, Bureau of Statistics and Visiting Lec-
turer in Agricultural Statistics (1950-1950).
CALOHAN, CARL E., M.S., Instructor in Economics (1949-1949) (Resigned October 8,
1951).
CAMBEL, PERIHAN, M.D. (Istanbul), Associate Professor of Cancer Research (1949-
1949).
CAMERON, EDITH MCBRIDE, B.J., Associate Professor of Women's Activities and Head of
Department, General Extension Division (1927-1944).
CAMP, ARTHUR FORREST, Ph.D. (Washington), Vice Director in Charge, Citrus Experi-
ment Station (1923-1944).
CAMP, LOUIE THOMAS, M.A.E., Instructor in Education and Undergraduate Counselor
(1948-1948) (On leave 1951-1952).
CANELL, DAPHNE S., M.A., Head Dietitian (1949-1949) (Resigned June 30, 1951).
CAPRETZ, PIERRE J., Doctorate de L'Universite de Paris, Instructor in French (1949-
1949).
CAPRETZ, TATIANA BROUSSILOWSKY, L-Es (Paris), Interim Instructor in Russian (1950-
1951).
CARLETON, WILLIAM GRAVES, J.D., Professor of Social Sciences and Head of Depart-
ment (1927-1940).
CARLISLE, VICTOR WALTER, B.S.A., Assistant Soil Surveyor, Agricultural Experiment
Station (1947-1947).
CARR, ARCHIE FAIRLY, Ph.D. (Florida), Professor of Biological Science (1937-1949). ,
CARRIGAN, RICHARD ALFRED, Ph.D. (Cornell), Professor of Soils and Biochemist, Agri-
cultural Experiment Station (1938-1948) (Resigned September 15, 1951).
CARROLL, RALPH ELLIOTT, B.S., Assistant Research Professor, Engineering and Industrial
Experiment Station (194C-1945).
CARROLL, WILLIAM RICHARD, Ph.D. Minnesota), Professor of Bacteriology (1927-1941).






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CARSON, ROBERT EMMETT, Ph.D. (Michigan), Professor of Humanities (1946-1946).
SCARTER, BONNIE J., B.S., Home Improvement Specialist, Agricultural Extension Service,
Tallahassee (1936-1948).
CARTER, LILLY ISABELLE, B.A.E., Assistant Librarian and Head of Order Department,
Library (1943-1944).
CARTER, SYDNEY, M.C.R.P., A.I.A., Assistant Professor of Architecture (1948-1949)).
CARVER, WILLIAM ANGUS, Ph.D. (Iowa State), Associate Agronomist, Agricultural Ex-
periment Station (1925-1931).
CASE, FRED EWING, M.B.A., Interim Assistant Professor of Real Estate (1950-1950)
(Resigned June 15, 1951).
CHACE, JAMES EDWARD, LL.B., Ph.D. (Chicago), Professor of Real Estate and Head'
of Department (1930-1946).
CHANDLER, HARLEY WILLARD, M.S., Dean of the University (1923-1939).
CHAPMAN, HERBERT L., M.S.A., Assistant Animal Husbandman, Everglades Experiment
Station (1951-1951).
CHAPMAN, WILLIS HARLESTON, M.S., Associate Agronomist, North Florida Experiment
Station (1942-1945).
CHENEY, MAX WILTON, M.A.E., Teacher, P. K. Yonge Laboratory School (1947-1947)
(On leave 1951-1952).
CHERRY, HENRY SPURGEON, M.A.E., Associate Professor of Physical Education and Head,
Department of Intramurals (1942-1946).
CHILDERS, GEORGE HENRY, B.S.M.E., Assistant Research Professor, Engineering and In-
dustrial Experiment Station (1948-1951).
CHILDERS, WILLIAM COLE, M.A., Interim Instructor in English (1950-1950).
SCHOATE, RUSH EDGAR, B.S., Assistant Professor of Agricultural Engineering and Assis-
tant Agricultural Engineer, Agricultural Experiment Station (1947-1947).
CHOTAS, NICHOLAS E., B.S. Arch., Assistant Professor of Architecture (1949-1949).
CHRISTIE, JAMES RONALD, M.S., Interim Assistant in Entomology, Citrus Experiment
Station (1951-1951).
CLARK, FRED A., B.S., Assistant Agronomist, Agricultural Experiment Station (1940-
1940).
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).
CLINARD, ANNE BOEGHOLT, B.A., Interim Director of Florida Union (1949-1950) (Re-
signed July 31, 1951).
CLINE, JULIA BRYANT, M.P.H., Teacher, P. K. Yonge Laboratory School (1951-1951).
CLOVER, GEORGE WILLIAM, Head Cashier (1946-1948) (Deceased March 14, 1951).
COBIN, MILTON, B.S., Associate Horticulturist, Subtropical Experiment Station (1947-
1947) (Resigned June 30, 1951).
CODDING, JACK L., B.C.S., C.P.A. (Georgia), Instructor in Accounting (1950-1950).
CODY, MADISON DERRELL, M.A., Professor of Botany (1919-1939).
COLE, PORTER DAVID PATRICK, D. Phil. (Oxon.), Instructor in the Humanities and
English (1950-1951).
COLEMAN, ARTHUR M., M.A., Assistant Football Coach (1950-1950).
COLLINS, ERNEST CLIFFORD, M.B.A., Assistant Professor of Latin-American Trade
(1948-1948) (Resigned July 12, 1951).
COMBS, GEORGE ERNEST, B.S., Interim Instructor in Animal Husbandry and Interim
Assistant in Animal Husbandry, Agricultural Experiment Station (1951-1951).






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COMINS, HARRISON DURGIN, M.S., Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering (1946-1946).
CONE, ALBERTUS JENNINGS, LL.B., Assistant Professor of Law (1950-1950) (Resigned
July 15, 1951).
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, 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).
COOPER, BRYANT SYMS, Ph.D. (Vanderbilt), Professor of Humanities (1946-1946).
COOPER, JOHN FRANCIS, M.S.A., Editor, Agricultural Experiment Station and Agricul-
tural Extension Service (1925-1925).
COVINGTON, HARRISON WALL, B.F.A., Instructor in Art (1949-1949).
COWAN, RUSSELL WALTER, Ph.D. (California), Associate Professor of Mathematics
(1947-1947).
COWPERTHWAITE, WILLIAM GARDNER, Ph.D. (Rutgers), Assistant Horticulturist, Gulf
Coast Experiment Station (1950-1950).
Cox, DONALD WILLIAM, Ed.D. (Columbia), Assistant Professor of Education (1948-
1951).
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).
CRABTREE, FREDERICK HOWARD, B.S., Interim Associate Professor of Civil Engineering
(1948-1948).
CRAPS, JOHN ELLIS, M.A., Instructor in German (1939-1946).
CRAWFORD, CHARLES MERLE, M.S., Instructor in Marketing (1949-1949) (On leave /
1951-1952).
CRAWFORD, WAYNE HULBERT, Ed.D. (Columbia), Associate Professor of Professional
Physical Education (1949-1949).
CREIGHTON, JOHN THOMAS, Ph.D. (Ohio State), Professor of Entomology and Head of
Department (1929-1937) (On leave 1951-1952).
CRESAP, IDA KEELING, Librarian, Agricultural Experiment Station (1923-1923).
CREVASSE, JOSEPH M., M.S.A., Superintendent of Grounds (1947-1947).
CREWS, JAMES WILLIAM, M.A.E., Instructor in Business Education (1948-1948).
CRIST, GEORGE WILLIAM, B.A., Associate Professor of Insurance (1950-1950).
CROMARTIE, ALICE Ix, M.S., Assistant Economist in Food Conservation, Agricultural
Extension Service, Tallahassee (1951-1951).
CROSLAND, ROBERT ELDER, B.Arch., Instructor in Architecture (1951-1951).
CROSS, CLARK IRVIN, Ph.D. (Washington), Instructor in Geography and Physical
Sciences (1949-1949).
CROWSON, BETTY MAE, M.A.E., Instructor in Physical Education (1949-1949).
CRUTCHER, GEORGE LEE, M.A.E., Associate Professor of Visual Instruction and Interim
Head of Department, General Extension Division (1946-1946) (On leave 1951-
1952).
CRUZ, ORLANDO EARL, B.S.A., Assistant Soil Surveyor, Agricultural Experiment Station
(1949-1949).
CUMBEE, CARROLL FLEMING, M.A.E., Associate Professor of Foundations of Education
(1936-1946).







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CUMMINGS, ROBERT JAY, M.S.E., Assistant Professor of Industrial Engineering and As-
sistant Research Professor, Engineering and Industrial Experiment Station (1947-
1948).
CUNHA, TONY JOSEPH, Ph.D. (Wisconsin), Professor of Animal Husbandry and Head
of Department; Animal Husbandman and Head of Department, Agricultural Ex-
periment Station; Animal Industrialist, Agricultural Extension Service (1948-1951).
CUNKLE, ARTHUR LEE, Ph.D. (Virginia), Assistant Professor of Economics (1948-1948).
CUTLER, RONALD JOHN, M.A., Assistant Professor of English (1946-1949) (On leave
1951-1952).
CUTTS, CHARLES EUGENE, Ph.D. (Minnesota), Associate Professor of Civil Engineering
and Associate Research Professor, Engineering and Industrial Experiment Station
(1950-1950).
DANBURG, RUSSELL LAVERNE, M.M., Associate Professor of Music (1948-1949).
DANIELS, STUART RUSSELL, M.S.C.E., Interim Instructor in Civil Engineering (1950-
1950) (Resigned June 30, 1951).
DARBY, JOHN F., Ph.D., (Wisconsin), Assistant Plant Pathologist, Everglades Experiment
Station (1951-1951).
DAUER, MANNING JULIAN, Ph.D. (Illinois), Professor of Political Science and Head of
Department (1933-1950).
DAUGHTREY, JOHN PATRICK, M.S., Interim Instructor in Correspondence Study, General
Extension Division (1951-1951).
DAVAULT, JAMES W., Ph.D. (Columbia), Professor of Accounting (1947-1947).
DAVIDSON, ROBERT FRANKLIN, Ph.D. (Yale), Professor of Humanities and Head of De-
Spartment (1946-1946).
DAVIS, EDWARD ARNOLD, M.A., Interim Assistant Professor and Director of Instruction,
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.A., Associate Resident, Yulee Hall (1951-1951).
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).
DAWKINS, MATHER EMORY, M.S.E., Supervisor, Sewage Treatment Plant (1948-1948)
(Resigned January 27, 1951).
DAWSON, WILLIAM BROWN, B.A., Major, Assistant Professor of Military Science and
Tactics (1950-1950).
DAY, JAMES WESTBAY, J.D., Professor of Law (1921-1930).
DAY, RICHARD L., M.A., Instructor in Geography (1950-1950).
DEAN, GEORGE WARREN, C.E., Lecturer in Civil Engineering (1948-1948).
DEAN, R. H., Assistant Meteorologist, Weather Forecasting Service (1942-1942).
DEBRUYN, JOHN WILLIAM, M.A., Associate Professor of Music (1926-1951).
DECKER, PHARES, Ph.D. (Cornell), Plant Pathologist, Agricultural Experiment Station
(1942-1948).
DEINZER, HARVEY T., Ph.D. (Michigan), C.P.A. (Michigan), Professor of Accounting
(1947-1949).
DELL, YVONNE CODY, M.A., Interim Instructor in English (1948-1950).
DELLASTATIOUS, JOSEPH WILLIAM, M.S.Ed., Instructor in Physical Education and Golf
Coach (1948-1948).
DELONY, DEXTER, LL.M., Professor of Law (1948-1951).






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DENNIS, ROBERT SOLOMON, B.S.A., Executive Officer, Production and Marketing Ad-
ministration, Agricultural Extension Service (1927-1947).
DENNISON, RAYMOND ALEXANDER, Ph.D. (Iowa), Associate Horticulturist, Agricultural
Experiment Station (1945-1945).
DENT, JOHN ADLUM, M.E., Lecturer in Mechanical Engineering (1946-1950).
DESZYCK, EDWARD JOHN, Ph.D. (Purdue), Associate Horticulturist, Citrus Experiment
Station (1950-1950).
DEURLOO, HENRY WILLIAM, M.D. (Michigan), University Physician (1951-1951).
DIAMANT, ALFRED, M.A., Instructor in Political Science (1950-1950).
DIAZ-THOME, ENRIQUETA LOPEZLIRA DE, M.A., Visiting Lecturer in Political Science
(1951-1951).
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, JAMES EDWARD, M.S.F., Instructor in Forestry (1950-1950) (Resigned
January 31, 1951).
DICKINSON, JOSHUA CLIFTON, Ph.D. (Florida), Assistant Professor of Biology (1946-
1950) (On leave 1951-1952).
DICKISON, RAYMOND ROBINSON, M.S., Assistant Director of Libraries; Associate Pro-
fessor of Library Science (1947-1949) (Resigned September 15, 1951).
DIERLAM, ROBERT JACKSON, Ph.D. (Cornell), Assistant Professor of Speech (1948-1948)
(Resigned June 6, 1951).
DIETTRICH, SIGISMOND DERUEDESHEIM, Ph.D. (Clark), D.Sc. (Royal Hungarian Pa-
latine-Joseph), Professor of Geography and Head of Department (1931-1945).
DIETZ, JOHN WAMSER, M.A., Professor of Finance (1940-1946).
DIFILIPPo, ANTHONY JOSEPH, M.M., Interim Instructor in Music (1951-1951).
DILLON, ROBERT MORTON, B.Arch., Instructor in Architecture (1950-1950). v
DIXON, JAMES CANNON, Ph.D. (North Carolina), Associate Professor of Psychology and
Associate, Bureau of Vocational Guidance and Mental Hygiene (1949-1951).
DOLBEARE, HARWOOD BURROWS, B.A., Professor of Economics (1927-1942).
DONOVAN, CLEMENT HAROLD, Ph.D. (North Carolina), Professor of Economics (1940-
1948).
DOSTAL, BERNARD FRANCIS, M.A., Associate Professor of Mathematics (1927-1949).
DOTY, FRANKLIN AHASUERUS, Ph.D. (Iowa), Associate Professor of Social Sciences
(1946-1951).
DOVELL, JUNIUS ELMORE, Ph.D. (North Carolina), Associate Professor of Political
Science and Social Sciences (1946-1951).
Dow, ANDREW N., M.A., Interim Instructor ,in Psychology (1949-1949) (Resigned
March 8, 1951).
DowD, DAVID LLOYD, Ph.D. (California), Assistant Professor of History (1949-1949).
DOYLE, LARRY LEONARD, M.S.C.E., Interim Instructor in Civil Engineering and Interim
Assistant in Research, Engineering and Industrial Experiment Station (1951-1951).
DRAKE, CHESTER WARREN, B.S.E.E., Lecturer in Electrical Engineering (1948-1949).
DRIGGERS, JAMES CLYDE, Ph.D. (Florida), Associate Professor of Poultry Husbandry
and Associate Poultry Husbandman, Agricultural Experiment Station (1939-1949).
DUCHARME, ERNEST P., M.S., Associate Plant Pathologist, Citrus Experiment Station
(1946-1946).
DUCKWORTH, FRANK A., LL.B., Assistant Professor of Pharmacy (1948-1950).
DUER, MARGARET DICKINSON, B.S. in L.S., Assistant Librarian and Head of Circulation
Department, Library (1941-1945).






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DUNCAN, JAMES MOYER, M.S. in Ch.E., Assistant Professor of Chemical Engineering
and Assistant Research Professor, Engineering and Industrial Experiment Station
(1948-1948).
DUNKLE, JOHN R., B.A.E., Instructor in Physical Sciences (1949-1949) (On leave 1951-
1952).
DUNN, EDGAR STREETER, M.A., Assistant Professor of Economics (1947-1951).
DUNSON, WILLIAM MARTIN, Superintendent of Conservation Reserve (1939-1939).
DURRANCE, CHARLES LIVINGSTON, Ed.D. (Columbia), Associate Professor of Secondary
Education (1940-1948).
DURRANCE, JOHN R., M.A., Interim Instructor in Psychology (1949-1949) (Resigned
March 10, 1951).
DUSENBURY, DELWIN BENNETT, Ph.D. (Minnesota), Assistant Professor of Speech (1947-
1947).
DYER, DONALD RAY, Ph.D. (Northwestern), Assistant Professor of Geography (1950-
1950).
EADIE, DONALD, B.S.E.E., Assistant Research Professor, Engineering and Industrial Ex-
periment Station (1951-1951).
EATON, WILLIAM BROWNLOW, M.Arch., Assistant Professor of Architecture (1948-1948).
EBERSOLE, BARBARA WARREN, M.A., Assistant Professor of Art (1949-1950) (On leave
1951-1952).
ECKDAHL, JACK POLK, M.E., Interim Instructor in Physical Education (1951-1951).
EDDINS, ARTHUR HAMNER, Ph.D. (Iowa State), Plant Pathologist in Charge, Potato
Laboratory (1928-1937).
EDMONDSON, CORNELIA, M.S., Instructor in Physical Education (1948-1948).
EDSON, CHARLES GRANT, M.S., Eng., Associate Professor of Engineering Mechanics and
Associate Research Professor, Engineering and Industrial Experiment Station (1946-
1951).
EDSON, SETON NORMAN, M.S., Interim Assistant Professor of Soils and Interim Assistant
Soil Surveyor, Agricultural Experiment Station (1950-1951).
EDWARDS, RICHARD ARCHER, Ph.D. (North Carolina), Professor of Geology and Head
of Department (1940-1951).
EGGERT, CHESTER LEE, M.A., Principal, P. K. Yonge Laboratory School (1948-1948).
EHNINGER, DOUGLAS WAGNER, Ph.D. (Ohio State), Assistant Professor of Speech (1950-
1950).
EHRMANN, WINSTON WALLACE, Ph.D. (Yale), Professor of Sociology and Marriage
Counselor (1938-1951).
EIBNER, JOHN R., B.A., Assistant Football Coach (1950-1950).
ELDRIDGE, JOHN GRADY, M.A., Professor of Economics (1925-1935).
ELLERBE, HELEN CUBBERLY, B.S. in L.S., Assistant in Cataloging, Library (1941-1950).
ELLIOTT, LEONARD PAUL, Ph.D. (Kansas), Associate Professor of Physical Sciences
(1948-1948).
ELLIS, DAVID, Ph.D. (Missouri), Assistant Professor of Mathematics (1950-1950).
ELMORE, WILLIAM EARL, B.S., C.P.A. (Georgia), General Auditor (1950-1950).
ELVIN, EVERT JOSEPH, B.S., Interim Assistant Horticulturist, Citrus Experiment Station
(1950-1950).
,EMERSON, DAVID LEE, M.S., Assistant Professor of Chemical Engineering and Assistant
Research Professor, Engineering and Industrial Experiment Station (1944-1944).
EMERSON, ROBERT L., Ph.D. (Wisconsin), Associate Professor of Bacteriology (1948-
1948).
EMIG, ELMER JACOB, M.A., Professor of Journalism (1927-1949).






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EMMEL, MARK WIRTH, D.V.M. (Iowa State), Professor of Veterinary Science and
Veterinarian, Agricultural Experiment Station (1933-1949).
EMORY, C. WILLIAM, Ph.D. (Ohio State), Assistant Professor of Marketing (1948-1949).'
ENO, CHARLES FRANKLIN, M.S.A., Assistant Soil Microbiologist, Agricultural Experi-
ment Station (1950-1950) (On leave 1951-1952).
ENZOR, JOE KENDRIE, B.S.A., Assistant in Entomology-Pathology, Citrus Experiment Sta-
tion (1950-1950) (Resigned July 15, 1951).
Epps, CHARLES KLEIN, B.S., Lieut. Colonel, Assistant Professor of Military Science and
Tactics (1949-1949).
ERWIN, THOMAS CHURCH, Assistant Chemist, Everglades Experiment Station (1943-
1945).
ESHELMAN, SILAS KENDRICK, M.E., Associate Professor of Industrial Engineering (1922-
1943).
EUTSLER, ROLAND BYERLY, Ph.D. (Pennsylvania), Associate Dean of the College of
Business Administration and Professor of Economics (1935-1949).
FAGEN, WILLIAM FREDERICK, M.S., Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering (1947-
1949).
FAGIN, W. BARRY, Ph.D. (Columbia), Assistant Professor of Education and Psychology;,
Associate, Bureau of Vocational Guidance and Mental Hygiene (1950-1951).
FAIN, JOHN TYREE, Ph.D. (Vanderbilt), Professor of English (1947-1951)).
FAIRING, ROBERT LEWIS, Ph.D. (Pittsburgh), Associate Professor and Interim Head of
Department of Citizenship Training, General Extension Division (1947-1949).
FAULDS, BETTY BELL, M.A., Instructor in Physical Education (1950-1950).
FAVILLE, Louis W., Ph.D. (Michigan State), Assistant Bacteriologist, Citrus Experiment
Station (1948-1951) (Resigned October 31, 1951).
FAWCETT, MARY SOLTE, B.A.E., Teacher-Dietitian, P. K. Yonge Laboratory School
Cafeteria (1937-1937).
FEARNEY, EDWARD MAURICE, B.Arch., A.I.A., Assistant Professor of Architecture (1946-
1948).
FEASTER, JOHN PIPKIN, Ph.D. (North Carolina), Assistant Animal Nutritionist, Agricul-
tural Experiment Station (1951-1951).
FENN, HENRY ANDERSON, LL.B., Dean of the College of Law and Professor of Law
(1948-1948).
FERGUSON, SARAH CAROLINE, M.A. in L.S., Librarian, P. K. Yonge Laboratory School
(1951-1951).
FERNANDEZ, PEDRO VILLA, M.A., Professor of Spanish (1947-1951).
FEURT, SELDON DICK, M.S.P., Interim Instructor in Pharmacy (1950-1950).
FIFIELD, WILLARD MERWIN, M.S., Director of the Agricultural Experiment Station
(1932-1950).
FINDLEY, GEORGE BERNARD, M.S., Interim Instructor in Physical Sciences (1951-1951).
FINNERAN, THOMAS CHARLES, Major, Assistant Professor of Military Science and Tac-
tics (1949-1949).
FIRMAGE, DAVID ALLAN, M.S., Associate Professor of Civil Engineering (1947-1950).
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,
Microbiologist, Agricultural Experiment Station (1951-1951).
FLAGG, NORIMAN BYRON, B.S.Arch., Assistant Professor of Architecture (1946-1946).
FLANIGAN, FRANK MCCHESNEY, M.S.M.E., Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineer-
ing (1947-1951).






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FLOWERS, JOHN WILSON, Ph.D. (Virginia), Associate Professor of Physics (1947-1947).
FLOYD, JOSEPH S., Ph.D. (North Carolina), Assistant Professor of Finance (1950-1950).
FOOLE, STEPHEN FRANCIS, Ph.D. (Illinois), Associate Professor of English (1946-1946).
FOGLEMAN, WILLIAM HARRY, M.A.E., Assistant Professor of Physical Education and
Tennis Coach (1948-1949) (Resigned June 30, 1951).
FOLKS, SOLOMON JOHN, M.S.A., Assistant Professor of Animal Husbandry and Assistant
Animal Husbandman, Agricultural Experiment Station (1946-1946) (On leave
1951-1952).
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).
FORBES, RICHARD B., M.S.A., Interim Assistant Professor of Soils (1948-1949).
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).
FORDYCE, JOSEPH WARDER, M.Ed., Counselor, College of Education (1951-1951).
FORSEE, WILLIAM THOMAS, Ph.D. (Florida), Chemist, Everglades Experiment Station
(1937-1946).
FOSTER, CHARLES RICHARD, Ed.D. (Harvard), Professor of Education and Head, Coun-
seling, Placement and Graduate Studies in Education (1947-1947).
FOSTER, FREDERICK DOUGLAS, B.A.H.P1., Superintendent of Infirmary (1946-1948) (Re-
signed August 5, 1951).
FOSTER, WILLIAM FLOYD, B.S., Lieut. Colonel, Assistant Professor of Military Science
and Tactics (1948-1948) (Resigned June 30, 1951).
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).
Fox, LAURETTA EWING, Ph.D. (Illinois), Assistant Professor of Pharmacognosy and
Pharmacology (1949-1949).
FRASH, EDWIN STANTON, M.E., Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering (1934-
1941).
FRAZER, PERCY WARNER, M.F., Associate Professor of Forest Management (1936-1949).
FREEMAN, GEORGE R., B.S.A., Superintendent, Agricultural Experiment Station (1950-
1950).
FRENCH, A. LEE, M.Ag., Instructor in Agricultural Economics (1948-1948) (On leave
1951-1952).
FRENCH, ROWLAND BARNES, Ph.D. (Iowa), Biochemist, Agricultural Experiment Station
(1935-1943).
FREYBURGER, STEWART WALTER, M.S., Instructor in Pharmacology and Pharmacognosy
(1950-1950).
FRIDY, CATHERINE COLONNESO, B.A. in L.S., Interim Assistant in Documents, Library
(1951-1951) (Resigned August 31, 1951).
FRISTOE, CHARLES WESLEY, Ph.D. (Illinois), Assistant Professor of Economics (1950-
1950).
FROSCHER, JEAN LONGDON, M.A., Interim Assistant in Cataloging (1948-1951) (Re-
signed September 30, 1951).
FULLAGER, WILLIAM ALFRED, M.A., Assistant Professor of Secondary Education (1948-
1948).
FULLER, DAVID DOWD, B.S., Baseball Coach and Assistant Football Coach (1946-1946).






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FUNK, ARTHUR LAYTON, Ph.D. (Chicago), Associate Professor of Social Sciences (1946-
1946).
FURMAN, THOMAS DESAUSSURE, M.S.C.E., Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering and
Assistant Research Professor, Engineering and Industrial Experiment Station (1951-
1951).
GADDUM, LEONARD WILLIAM, Ph.D. (Missouri), Professor of Physical Sciences and
Head of Department (1926-1939).
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 of Placement Service for College of Business Administration
(1946-1951)).
GALLAGHER, FRANK JOSEPH, Major, Assistant Professor of Air Science and Tactics
(1948-1948).
GALLATIN, MELVIN HERMAN, B.S.A., Cooperative Soil Conservationist, Subtropical Ex-
periment Station (1947-1947).
GALLENTINE, DONAL OGDEN, B.M.E., Assistant in Research, Engineering and Industrial
Experiment Station (1946-1946) (Resigned October 15, 1951).
GAMMON, NATHAN, Ph.D. (Ohio State), Soils Chemist, Agricultural Experiment Station
(1946-1946).
GANO, OVID RAYMOND, B.E.E., Assistant Research Professor, Engineering and Industrial
Experiment Station (1944-1947).
GARDNER, HENRY ROBERT, B.A.A., Instructor in Art (1949-1949) (Resigned June 30,
1951).
GARNETT, EMMA WHITLOCK, M.A., Interim Teacher, P. K. Yonge Laboratory School
(1951-1951).
GARRETT, HENRY E., Ph.D. (Columbia), Visiting Professor of Psychology (1951-1951).
GARRIS, EDWARD WALTER, Ph.D. (Peabody), D.Sc. (Clemson), Professor of Education
and Head of Agricultural Education (1927-1927).
GATES, HARRY WOODSON, M.S. in E.E., Assistant in Research, Engineering and Indus-
trial Experiment Station (1951-1951).
GATTIS, REID WILLIAMS, LL.B., Instructor in Real Estate (1951-1951).
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).
GENOVAR, FRANK DENNIS, Instructor in Physical Education and Swimming Coach (1929-
1946) (Retired September 30, 1951).
GENUG, WILLIAM GORDON, B.S.A., Assistant Entomologist, Everglades Experiment Sta-
tion (1949-1949).
GERALDSON, CARROLL MORTON, Ph.D. (Wisconsin), Assistant Horticulturist, Gulf Coast
Experiment Station (1951-1951).
GILBERT, SEYMOUR GEORGE, Ph.D. (Rutgers), Interim Instructor in Chemistry (1947-
1947) (Resigned May 31, 1951).
GILES, CHARLES STANTON, M.A., Interim Instructor in Industrial Arts and Vocational
Education (1951-1951).
GILLON, OSCAR GRADY, B.A., Major, Assistant Professor of Air Science and Tactics
(1951-1951).
GILMAN, ROBERT LouIS, B.S.A., Assistant in Agronomy, Agricultural Experiment Station
(1950-1950).
GILMORE, ALVAN RAY, M.F., Interim Instructor in Forestry (1950-1950).






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GLASSCOCK, RAYMOND SYLVESTER, Ph.D. (Illinois), Professor of Animal Husbandry and
Animal Husbandman, Agricultural Experiment Station (1942-1944) (Resigned
September 30, 1951).
GLUNT, JAMES DAVID, Ph.D. (Michigan), Professor of History and Americanism (1923-
1950).
GODWIN, MARSHALL REID, Ph.D. (Cornell), Associate Professor of Agricultural Eco-
nomics and Associate Marketing Economist, Agricultural Experiment Station (1950-
1951).
GOEN, OLIVER FORREST, D.V.M. (Texas A.&M.), Animal Husbandman, Agricultural
Extension Service (1949-1950).
GOETTE, WILLIAM Louis, M.A.E., Teacher, P. K. Yonge Laboratory School (1934-
1936).
GOETZ, RUTH LOIS, M.A., Head Resident, Yulee Hall (1950-1951).
GOGGIN, JOHN M., Ph.D. (Yale), Associate Professor of Sociology and Anthropology
(1948-1948).
GoIN, COLEMAN JETT, Ph.D. (Florida), Associate Professor of Biological Science (1942-
1951).
GOLD, MARTIN, M.Ed., Instructor in Physical Education (1950-1951).
GOLZ, WALTER ALPHONSE, M.A., Assistant Professor of Music (1949-1949).
GOODWIN, FRANK, Ph.D. (Pennsylvania), Professor of Marketing (1947-1949).
GORDON, MORTON M., Ph.D. (Washington), Interim Instructor in Physics (1950-1950).
GORMAN, ALICE CARTER, M.A., Teacher, P. K. Yonge Laboratory School (1951-1951).
GORMSEN, SVEND THEODORE, M.S., Instructor in Mathematics (1947-1947).
GRAEFFE, ARNOLD DIDIER, Ph.D. (Berlin), Associate Professor of Humanities (1948-
1948).
GRAMLING, LEA GENE, Ph.D. (Florida), Associate Professor of Pharmaceutical Chemistry
(1946-1949).
GRAND, JOHN Louis ROCHON, M.A., A.I.A., Professor of Architecture and Head of
Department; Head, University Center of the Arts (1937-1948).
GRANTHAM, GEORGE RICHARD, M.S., Associate Professor of Civil Engineering (1947-
1950) (Resigned March 31, 1951).
GRATZ, LEVI OTTO, Ph.D. (Cornell), Assistant Director, Research, Agricultural Ex-
periment Station (1923-1943).
GRAVELY, LUCIus BROCKENBOROUGH, M.S.B., University Cashier (1951-1951).
GRAY, LEON ARCHIBALD, M.A.E., Assistant Professor of Off-Campus Instruction (1941-
1948).
GRAZIER, ROBERT T., 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).
GREAVES-WALKER, ARTHUR FREDERICK, D.Sc. (Alfred), Lecturer in Ceramic Engineer-
ing, Engineering and Industrial Experiment Station (1946-1949).
GREEN, ELEANOR KUHLMAN, M.A.E., Instructor in Elementary Education (1938-1948).
GREEN, ROY NATHANIEL, B.S., Instructor in Art, Part-time (1950-1950).
GREEN, VICTOR EUGENE, Ph.D. (Purdue), Assistant Agronomist, Everglades Experiment
Station (1951-1951).
GREEN, WARREN EMMETT, M.A., Instructor in English (1946-1946) (Resigned June 30,
1951).
GREENE, CALVIN CLAY, M.S.M.E., Director of Plant and Grounds and Campus Engineer
(1950-1950).






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GREENE, ROBERT EDWARD LEE, Ph.D. (Cornell), Professor of Agricultural Economics
and Agricultural Economist, Agricultural Experiment Station (1948-1948).
GREENMAN, JOHN ROOSEVELT, B.S.A., Professor of Agricultural Economics (1939-1945).
GREGG, JAMES HENDERSON, Ph.D. (Princeton), Assistant Professor of Biology (1951-
1951).
GREGG, ROBERT, M.E., Lecturer in Industrial Engineering (1951-1951).
GREGORY, JESSE OWEN, B.S.E.E., Lieut. Colonel, Assistant Professor of Air Science and
Tactics (1950-1950) (Resigned March 31, 1951).
GREINER, JOHN WILLIAM, M.A., Instructor in Physical Sciences (1950-1950).
GRENNELL, MYRON GAYLORD, B.S.A., Assistant Agronomist, Agricultural Experiment
Station (1948-1948) (On leave 1951-1952).
GRIFFIN, ROBERT CUSHMAN, B.S.J., Assistant Professor of Field Organization, General
Extension Division (1949-1951).
GRIFFITH, LEON ODELL, B.A.J., Assistant Editor, Agricultural Experiment Station and
Agricultural Extension Service (1950-1950).
GRIFFITH, MILDRED MASON, Ph.D. (California), Assistant Professor of Biological
Science (1950-1950).
GRIFFITHS, AUSTIN, M.S., Assistant Horticulturist, Agricultural Experiment Station
(1950-1951).
GRIFFITHS, JAMES THOMPSON, Ph.D. (Ohio State), Associate Entomologist, Citrus Ex-
periment Station (1946-1946) (Resigned July 15, 1951).
GRIGSBY, MAC G., B.A., Safety Inspector and Custodian of Buildings (1948-1950).
GROBMAN, ARNOLD BRAMS, Ph.D. (Rochester), Associate Professor of Biology (1946-
1951).
GRODSKY, MAY ROMAN, B.A., Assistant in Serials, 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). ,
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).
GUMP, WILLIAM S., Ph.D. (Munich), Consultant, Engineering and Industrial Experi-
ment Station (1951-1951).
GUMPPER, FAYE LOUISE, M.S., Head Resident, Grove Hall (1950-1950) (Resigned
January 31, 1951).
GURD, BRUCE E., M.A., Resident Advisor, Weaver Hall (1950-1951).
GUTMAN, HELMUT RUDOLF, M.D. (Gottingen), Assistant Professor of Cancer Research
(1950-1950).
HADLOCK, EDWIN HAROLD, Ph.D. (Cornell), Associate Professor of Mathematics (1948-
1948).
HAINES, LEWIS FRANCIS, Ph.D. (Michigan), Professor of Humanities and Director of
the University of Florida Press (1941-1950).
HALE, LESTER LEONARD, Ph.D. (Louisiana State), Professor of Speech and Head of
Speech and Hearing Clinic (1935-1949).
HALL, CHESLEY BARKER, Ph.D. (Cornell), Assistant Horticulturist, Agricultural Ex-
periment Station (1950-1950).
HALLADAY, DANIEL WHITNEY, M.A., Assistant Professor of Professional Physical Educa-
tion (1947-1948) (On leave 1951-1952).
HALSEY, LAWRENCE HENRY, M.S.A., Assistant Horticulturist, Agricultural Experiment
Station (1948-1948).
HAMBLEN, CHARLES HILLEN, M.A.E., Assistant Professor of Secondary Education (1947-
1951).






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HAMILTON, HENRY GLENN, Ph.D. (Cornell), Professor of Agricultural Economics and
Head of Department; Agricultural Economist and Head of Department, Agricul-
tural Experiment Station; Agricultural Economist, Agricultural Extension Service
(1923-1950).
HAMILTON, JEFFERSON MERRITT, B.S.Arch., A.I.A., Consulting Architect (1947-1948).
HAMMOND, EUGENE ASHBY, Ph.D. (North Carolina), Associate Professor of Social
Sciences (1942-1946).
HAMMOND, JOYCE, M.A., Teacher, P. K .Yonge Laboratory School (1949-1949) (Re-
signed July 11, 1951).
HAMMOND, LUTHER C., Ph.D. (Iowa State), Assistant Professor of Soils and Assistant
Soils Physicist (1950-1951).
HAMNER, MARTIN ELLIS, M.S., Instructor in Pharmacy (1951-1951).
HAMPSON, CHARLES MARLOWE, M.S., Professor of Agricultural Extension and Economist,
Agricultural Extension Service (1937-1950).
HAMPTON, GEORGE D., M.A., Interim Instructor in English (1951-1951).
HAND, WILL MASON, M.A.E., Vocational Appraiser, Veterans Guidance Center (1950-
1950) (Resigned November 30, 1950).
HANNA, EDWARD CLARK, B.S., Instructor in Journalism (1951-1951).
HANNA, LOYD G., LL.B., Major, Assistant Professor of Military Science and Tactics
(1949-1949).
SHANNA, PAUL LAMONT, Ph.D. (Stanford), Professor of Social Sciences (1939-1946).
/HANSON, BERNARD ALLEN, M.A., Instructor in Humanities (1947-1947) (On leave
1951-1952).
HANSON, HAROLD PALMER, Ph.D. (Wisconsin), Assistant Professor of Physics (1948-
1949).
SHANSON, WARREN DURWARD, Ph.D. (Purdue), Assistant Professor of Agronomy (1949-
1949).
HARDY, FREDERICK KNOWLTON, Ph.D. (Wisconsin), Associate Professor of Marketing
(1948-1948).
HARKNESS, DONALD RAY, M.A., Interim 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., Instructor in Physical Education (1949-1949).
HARLEY, JAMES HADLEY, B.C.E., Major, Assistant Professor of Air Science and Tactics
(1951-1951).
HARLOW, JUSTIN EDWARDS, M.A., Head, Bureau of Vocational Guidance and Mental
Hygiene and Assistant Professor of Psychology (1948-1950).
HARMAN, WILLIS WALTER, Ph.D. (Stanford), Associate Professor of Electrical Engineer-
ing and Associate Research Professor, Engineering and Industrial Experiment Sta-
tion (1949-1949).
HARPER, CECIL FREDERICK, B.S., Major, Assistant Professor of Air Science and Tactics
(1951-1951).
HARRIS, HENRY CLAYTON, Ph.D. (Cornell), Agronomist, Agricultural Experiment Sta-
tion (1943-1947).
HARRIS, LAWRENCE ARNOLD, D.Sc. (M.I.T.), Associate Professor of Electrical Engineer-
ing and Associate Research Professor, Engineering and Industrial Experiment Sta-
tion (1950-1950) (Resigned September 16, 1951).
HARRISON, JOHN A., Ph.D. (California), Assistant Professor of History (1949-1950).
/HART, FREEMAN HANSFORD, Ph.D. (Columbia), Associate Professor of Humanities
(1946-1950).







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HART, THOMAS ALONZO EDWARD, Ph.D. (Michigan), Associate Professor of Humanities
(1946-1946).
HARTMANN, FREDERICK H., Ph.D. (Princeton), Assistant Professor of Political Science
(1948-1948).
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, Col-
lege of Pharmacy (1950-1950).
HAUSER, FRANCIS LEOPOLD, Dr. Jur. (Vienna), M.P.A. (New York), Associate Pro-
fessor of Real Estate (1949-1949) (Resigned June 30, 1951).
HAWK, MIRIAM ELAH, B.A. in L.S., Periodicals Assistant, Library (1949-1949) (Re-
signed August 7, 1951).
HAWKINS, HAROLD MILLS, M.S.Ch.E., Assistant Professor of Chemical Engineering
(1946-1946) (Resigned November 30, 1950).
HAWKINS, JOHN ERSKINE, Ph.D. (Pennsylvania), Professor of Chemistry and Director
of 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).
HAYSLIP, NORMAN CALVIN, B.S.A., Associate Entomologist, Everglades Experiment Sta-
tion (1943-1947).
HEATH, FRED HARVEY, Ph.D. (Yale), Professor of Chemistry (1923-1925).
HECK, ROBERT WARREN, B.A., Instructor in Architecture (1949-1949) (Resigned Sep-
tember 15, 1951).
HELD, RAY ELDRED, M.A., B.S. in L.S., Assistant Librarian in Reference, Library (1948-
1950).
HELLYER, DAVID, M.S., Interim Assistant Professor and Assistant Director of School of
Inter-American Affairs (1951-1951).
HELMS, CLYDE C., B.S.A., Assistant Agronomist, Watermelon Laboratory (1950-1950)
(On leave 1951-1952).
HENDERSON, JOSEPH RUSSELL, M.S.A., Agronomist, Agricultural Extension Service and
Soil Technologist, Agricultural Experiment Station (1937-1947).
HENDERSON, LEON NESBITT, Ed.D. (Columbia)), Professor of Secondary Education
(1940-1945).
HENDRICKSON, ELLWOOD ROBERT, Ph.D. (Wisconsin), Associate Professor of Civil
Engineering and Associate Research Professor, Engineering and Industrial Experi-
ment 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 and Tactics
(1951-1951).
HERBERT, THOMAS WALTER, Ph.D. (Princeton), Professor of English (1946-1951).
HERNDON, ROBERT STUMON, M.Ed., Teacher, P. K. Yonge Laboratory School (1947-
1948) (On leave 1951-1952).
HERNDON, THOMAS GLENN, M.S.F., Instructor in Forest Management (1949-1949) (On
leave 1951-1952).







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HERSPERGER, SAMUEL PEERCE, B.E.E., Assistant in Research, Engineering and Industrial
Experiment Station (1950-1950).
HESKIN, OSCAR EDWARD, Ph.D. (Minnesota), Professor of Economics and Head of De-
partment (1938-1949).
HESTER, JANICE PARHAM, B.S. in L.S., Assistant in Cataloging, Library (1927-1947).
HETENYI, LASZLO JOSEPH, M.A., Assistant Professor of Humanities (1950-1951).
HETRICK, LAWRENCE ANDREW, Ph.D. (Ohio State), Associate Professor of Entomology
(1947-1951).
HICKS, DORA ADELINE, M.A., Associate Professor of Health Education (1948-1948).
HIGLEY, HOWARD COGSWELL, B.S., Lieut. Colonel, Assistant Professor of Military
Science and Tactics (1949-1949).
HILL, CLIFTON CARR, M.S., Associate Professor of Engineering Mechanics (1947-1947).
HILL, THOMAS JORDAN, B.S.E., Teacher, P. K. Yonge Laboratory School (1951-1951).
HILLIARD, PAULINE, Ed.D. (Columbia), Associate Professor of Elementary Education
(1950-1950).
HILLS, WALTER ALLEN, M.S., Associate Horticulturist, Everglades Experiment Station
(1949-1949).
HINCKLEY, ELMER DUMOND, Ph.D. (Chicago), Professor of Psychology and Head of
Department; Associate, Bureau of Vocational Guidance and Mental Hygiene (1925-
1951).
HINES, VYNCE A., Ed.D. (Illinois), Associate Professor of Education and Coordinator of
Educational Research (1947-1950).
HIxsON, IMOGENE, B.S. in L.S., Assistant in Cataloging, Library (1949-1949).
Ho, ER CHUN, M.S.E., Instructor in Electrical Engineering (1950-1950).
HOBDAY, HENRY CLARK, Captain, Assistant Professor of Air Science and Tactics (1951-
1951).
HODGES, ELVER MYRON, Ph.D. (Rutgers), Agronomist, Range Cattle Experiment Station.
(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).
HOFFMAN, PAUL CHARLES, M.S.M.E., Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering;
(1948-1948) (On leave 1951-1952).
HOLBROOK, HOLLIS HOWARD, B.F.A., Professor of Art (1938-1948) (On leave 1951-
1952).
HOLLOWAY, ETHEL CLIO, B.S., District Home Demonstration Agent, Agricultural Ex-
tension Service, Tallahassee (1926-1937).
HOLTSBERG, ISIDOR HAROLD, 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, B.S.A.E., Associate Professor of Aeronautical Engineering
(1951-1951).
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).
HORTON, SAMMIE RUSHING, M.S., Instructor in Physical Education (1949-1949) (Re-
signed August 31, 1951).
HOWARD, EVERETT EDMUNDS, M.D. (Louisville), University Physician and Interim
Head of Student Health Department (1949-1950) (Deceased May 15, 1951).






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HUGHES, CHARLES ROY, M.A., Associate Professor and Head of Department of Cor-
respondence Study, General Extension Division (1933-1947) (On leave 1951-1952).
HULL, FRED HAROLD, Ph.D. (Iowa State), Agronomist and Head of Department, Ag-
ricultural Experiment Station (1927-1948).
HUMMEL, JOSEPH ORMAND PATTEE, I.E., Associate Professor of Industrial Engineering
and Associate Research Professor, Engineering and Industrial Experiment Station
(1950-1950).
HUNNICUTT, HOWARD, M.S., Instructor in Agricultural Engineering (1951-1951).
HUNTER, WILLIAM ARMSTRONG, S.J.D., Professor of Law (1949-1949) (On leave 1951-
1952).
HURFF, GEORGE BRIAN, Ph.D. (Pennsylvania), Research Economist and Director, Bureap
of Economic and Business Research (1948-1949).
HURST, HUBER CHRISTIAN, LL.B., M.A., Professor of Business Law (1927-1946).
HUSA, WILLIAM JOHN, Ph.D. (Iowa), Professor of Pharmacy and Head of Department
(1923-1923).
HUSMANN, WERNER EMIL AUGUST, Fh.D. (Berlin), Interim Professor of Agricultural
Economics (1950-1950) (Resigned February 10, 1951).
HUSTAD, MYRNA STENGEL, B.E., Teacher, P. K. Yonge Laboratory School (1945-1945).
HUTCHERSON, WILLIAM ROBERT, Ph.D. (Cornell), Professor of Mathematics (1949-
1949).
HUTTON, CURTIS EVAN, Ph.D. (Iowa), Vice Director in Charge, West Florida Experi-
ment Station (1949-1949).
INGLE, KELSEY HUDLESON, M.A., Teacher, P. K. Yonge Laboratory School (1945-1945).
INGRAM, CHARLES BUFORD, M.A., Interim Instructor in Speech (1951-1951).
INGWALSON, RAYMOND WESLEY, M.S., Interim Instructor in Chemistry (1949-1949).
JACK, AMAGDA N., M.S. Assistant in Soil Chemistry, Gulf Coast Experiment Station
(1946-1951).
JACKSON, ELMO LOUIS, Ph.D. (Harvard), Associate Professor of Economics (1946-
1946).
JACKSON, VESTUS TWIGGS, Ph.D. (Chicago), Professor of Chemistry (1924-1935) (De-
ceased November 25, 1950).
JACKSON, WILLIAM, B.S.A., Animal Husbandman in Charge, West Central Florida Ex-
periment Station (1948-1948).
JACUNSKI, EDWARD WALTER, M.A.E., Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering
(1947-1947) (On leave 1951-1952).
JAFFE, THEODORE, M.S.Eng., Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering (1950-1950).
JAMISON, FRANK STOVER, Ph.D. (Cornell), Horticulturist, Agricultural Experiment Sta-
tion and Vegetable Crops Specialist, Agricultural Extension Service (1934-1948).
JEFFERSON, BARBARA BECKMAN, B.A.J., Interim Assistant Editor, Agricultural Extension
Service and Agricultural Experiment Station (1951-1951).
JENKINS, RICHARD BEACH, B.S., Assistant in Research, Engineering and Industrial Ex-
periment Station (1950-1950) (Resigned August 15, 1951).
JENNINGS, ROY TURNEY, M.S.C.E., Associate Professor of Engineering Mechanics (1947-
1947).
JOHNS, ROE LYELL, Ph.D. (Columbia), Professor of Education and Head of Admini-
stration and Field Service (1946-1946).
JOHNSON, CARL HENRY, Ph.D. (Washington), Associate Professor of Pharmacognosy
and Pharmacology; Supervisor of Medicinal Plant Gardens (1939-1949).
JOHNSON, JOHN MALCOLM, B.S.A., Agricultural Engineer, Agricultural Experiment
Station and Agricultural Extension Service (1945-1945).






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JOHNSON, JOSEPH STUART, Ph.D. (Iowa State), Assistant Dean of the College of Engi-
neering and Professor of Electrical Engineering (1946-1947).
JOHNSON, McMILLAN HOUSTON, B.S. Arch., Associate Professor of Architecture (1946-
1948) (On leave 1951-1952).
JOHNSON, RAYMOND CLARENCE, M.S.Eng., Assistant Research Professor, Engineering and
Industrial Experiment Station (1946-1946).
JOHNSON, RICHARD SADLER, B.S.P., Registrar (1933-1939).
JOHNSON, WARREN OSWALD, B.A., Meteorologist in Charge, Weather Forecasting Serv-
ice (1935-1946).
JOHNSON, WILLIAM EDWARD, B.E.E., Instructor in Electrical Engineering (1946-1946)
(Resigned February 16, 1951).
JOHNSTON, HOWARD JAMES, B.S., Instructor in Real Estate (1949-1949) (On leave 1951-
1952).
JOINER, JASPER NEWTON, B.S.A., Assistant Editor, Agricultural Experiment Station and
Agricultural Extension Service (1950-1950).
JONES, DAVID WILSON, M.S.A., Assistant Soils Technologist, Range Cattle Experiment
Station (1946-1947).
JONES, EDMUND RUFFIN, Ph.D. (Virginia), Professor of Biology (1946-1947).
JONES, JOHN FURMAN, M.A.E., Assistant Professor of Professional Physical Education
and Recreation (1951-1951).
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, WAYLAND, A.A., Major, Assistant Professor of Military Science and Tactics
(1949-1949).
JONES, WILLIAM ELLIS, B.S.B.A., Assistant Business Manager (1948-1948).
KAHN, SANDERS ARTHUR, M.B.A., Assistant Professor of Real Estate (1949-1949) (Re-
signed July 11, 1951).
KARP, J. ROBERT, M.A., Assistant Professor of Economics (1949-1949).
KATTERHENRY, ARNOLD ALLEN, B.C.E., Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering (1948-
1948).
KAUFMAN, CLEMENS M., Ph.D. (Minnesota), Director of School of Forestry (1951-
1951).
KELBERT, DAVID GUSTAF ALFRED, Associate Horticulturist, Gulf Coast Experiment Sta-
tion, (1923-1946).
KELLEY, FORREST MANLEY, B.S.Arch., A.I.A., Associate Professor of Architecture (1946-
1948) (Resigned February 15, 1951).
KELLY, CHARLES JACKSON, B.S., Captain, Assistant Professor of Air Science and Tactics
(1949-1949) (Resigned June 30, 1951).
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, Agri-
cultural Extension Service (1937-1949).
KENNEDY, JOHN WESLEY, Ph.D. (North Carolina), Assistant Professor of Economics
(1949-1949).
KERRIGAN, THOMAS ANTHONY, Interim Translator, University Library (1951-1951)
(Resigned June 30, 1951).
KESSLER, WILLIAM JOSEPH, Assistant Research Professor, Engineering and Industrial
Experiment Station (1943-1945).






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KESTERSON, JAMES WALTER, M.S., Associate Chemist, Citrus Experiment Station (1947-
1947).
KHOURY, ALBERT J., M.D. (Nuevo Leon), Interim University Physician (1950-1950)
(Resigned February 28, 1951).
KIDD, KENNETH PAUL, Ph.D. (Peabody), Associate Professor of Secondary 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) (On
leave 1951-1952).
KILLINGER, GORDON BEVERLY, Ph.D. (Iowa State), Agronomist, Agricultural Experi-
ment Station (1941-1943).
KILPATRICK, WYLIE, Ph.D. (Brookings), Research Economist, Bureau of Economic and
Business Research (1948-1948).
KIMMEL, ALBERT Louis, M.Ch.E., Assistant Professor of Chemical Engineering (1945-
1945).
KIMMEL, DONALD CARVER, Ph.D. (Pennsylvania State), Assistant Marketing Economist,
Agricultural Experiment Station (1950-1950).
KINCAID, RANDALL RICH, Ph.D. (Missouri), Plant Pathologist, North Florida Experiment
Station (1929-1943).
KING, FRED E., M.S., Resident Advisor, Tolbert Hall (1951-1951).
KING, JOHN RALPH, B.S., Interim Assistant Entomologist, Citrus Experiment Station
(1950-1950) (Resigned January 31, 1951).
KIRK, WILLIAM GORDON, Ph.D. (Iowa State), Vice Director in Charge, Range Cattle
Experiment Station (1936-1944).
KIRKLAND, EDWIN CAPERS, Ph.D. (Northwestern), Professor of English (1946-1951).
KISSAM, BARBARA M., M.A., Interim Reference Assistant, Library (1950-1950) (Resigned
September 9, 1951).
KITCHING, AUMAN EUGENE, Ed.D. (Columbia), Teacher, P. K. Yonge Laboratory
School (1938-1946).
KLEIN, MICHAEL, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Cancer Research (1951-1951).
KLUGE, RALPH W., M.S., Professor of Civil Engineering and Head of Department (1951-
1951).
KNIGHT, CONRAD W., B.S.E., Interim Teacher, P. K. Yonge Laboratory School (1950-
1950).
KNODEL, LOUIs ROBERT, M.S., Interim Assistant in Chemistry, Citrus Experiment Sta-
tion (1951-1951).
KNORR, Louis CARL, Ph.D. (Cornell), Associate Histologist, Citrus Experiment Station
(1948-1948) (On leave 1951-1952).
KNOWLES, HAROLD LORAINE, Ph.D. (Kansas), Professor of Physics (1931-1949). J
KNOWLES, ROBERT LEVIS, M.A., Interim Instructor in English (1950-1950) (Resigned
May 31, 1951).
KNOX, MARGARET ENID, M.S. in L.S., Associate Librarian and Associate Professor of
Library Science; Head of Department of Reference and Bibliography, Library (1949-
1951).
KNOX, ROBERT BURT, B.S.E.E., Major, Assistant Professor of Air Science and Tactics
(1951-1951).
KOEN, Ross Y., M.A., Interim Instructor in Political Science (1949-1951).






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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).
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).
KRASTIN, KARL, LL.B., Associate Professor of Law (1948-1951).
KRESTENSEN, ELROY RALPH, M.S.A., Interim Instructor in Entomology (1951-1951).
KRIENKE, WALTER ALBERT, M.S., Associate Professor of Dairy Husbandry and Associate
Dairy Technologist, Agricultural Experiment Station (1946-1946).
KRUMM, ROGER VINCENT, M.A. in L.S., Assistant in Chemistry Library (1951-1951).
KUITERT, Louis CORNELIUS, Ph.D. (Kansas), Associate Entomologist, Agricultural Ex-
periment Station (1948-1949).
KURTH, ARTHUR LINCOLN, Ph.D. (Yale), Assistant Professor of French (1947-1947).
LAESSLE, ALBERT MIDDLETON, Ph.D. (Florida), Assistant Professor of Biology (1942-
1947).
LAGASSE, FELIX SCOTT, Ph.D. (Maryland), Horticulturist, Agricultural Experiment Sta-
tion (1939-1943).
LAIRD, DOROTHY STEPHENS, M.A.E., Instructor in Foundations of Education (1944-
1948).
LAIRD, GLADYS O'NEAL, M.A.E., Teacher, P. K. Yonge Laboratory School (1936-1936).
LANG, GAINES BARRETT, Ph.D. (Illinois), Associate Professor of Mathematics (1942-
1949).
LANGFORD, WALTER ROBERT, Ph.D. (Missouri), Assistant Agronomist, Agricultural Ex-
periment Station (1951-1951).
LANHAM, JAMES SAMUEL, Ph.D. (Texas), C.P.A. (Texas), Professor of Accounting and
Head of Department (1947-1947) (On leave 1951-1952).
LANKFORD, JAMES F., B.S., Agricultural Statistician, Agricultural Experiment Station
(1951-1951).
LANKFORD, SAMUEL R., Trainer, Intercollegiate Athletics (1950-1950).
LARGE, JOHN R., M.S., Associate Plant Pathologist, Agricultural Experiment Station
(1948-1948).
LARRICK, THOMAS, M.Arch., A.I.A., Professor of Architecture (1946-1946).
LARRY, CYNTHIA, Ph.D. (Columbia), Assistant Professor of Speech and English (1949-
1949).
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).
LATOUR, MARINUS HENRY, M.S.E., Assistant Research Professor, Engineering and In-
dustrial Experiment Station (1946-1946).
LAUTER, WERNER M., Ph.D. (Griefswald), Professor of Pharmaceutical Chemistry (1950-
1950).
LAWRENCE, FRED PARKER, B.S.A., Citriculturist, Agricultural Extension Service (1947-
1947).
LAWRENSON, RAYMOND EARL, M.M., Associate Professor of Music (1948-1948).
LAWSON, STANTON CLOWES DAVISON, M.S., Associate Professor of Engineering Me-
chanics and Associate Research Professor, Engineering and Industrial Experiment
Station (1947-1947).







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LEAR, WILLIAM EDWARD, M.S.E.E., Assistant Research Professor, Engineering and In-
dustrial Experiment Station (1949-1949).
LEAVITT, BENJAMIN BURTON, Ph.D. (Harvard), Assistant Professor of Biological
Science (1946-1946).
LEDIN, R. BRUCE, Ph.D. (Indiana), Assistant Horticulturist, Subtropical Experiment
Station (1951-1951).
LEE, AUBREY K., Assistant Director of Plants and Grounds (1947-1951).
LEE, PERMILLAS ARTEN, M.A., Assistant Professor of Physical Education (1948-1951).
LEE, ROBERT CHARLES, Ph.D. (Peabody), Assistant Professor of English (1947-1947).
LEENHOUTS, LAURA NELJA, M.Ed., Assistant Professor of Elementary Education (1945-
1948).
LEGGETT, JAMES THOMAS, M.S.Eng., Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering
(1941-1950).
LEIGHTY, RALPH GEORGE, B.S., Assistant Soil Surveyor, Agricultural Experiment Station
(1947-1947).
LEMMON, RUTH SCOTT, B.S.H.E., Assistant State Girls 4-H Club Agent, Agricultural
Extension Service, Tallahassee (1950-1950).
LEONARD, CHESTER D., Ph.D. (Rutgers), Associate Horticulturist, Citrus Experiment
Station (1950-1950).
LEPS, JOSEPH MCELROY, Ed.D. (Columbia), Professor of Administration and Field
Service (1943-1945).
LEWIS, CHARLES ANDREW, B.S., Major, Assistant Professor of Military Science and
Tactics (1949-1949).
LEWIS, CLARK SAMUEL, M.A., B.L.S., Assistant in Circulation, Library (1949-1950).
LEWIS, EDWARD HASKELL, M.A., Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering (1951-
1951).
LEWIS, HAL GRAHAM, Ph.D. (Columbia), Professor of Education and Interim Head,
Foundations of Education (1936-1950).
LEWIS, HOWARD KENNETH, E.E., Assistant Professor of Mathematics (1946-1946).
LILES, ANNETTE LUCILLE, B.S. in L.S., Assistant Librarian in Reference (1947-1950).
LILYQUIST, MARVIN, M.S., Interim Assistant in Research, Arts and Sciences (1951-1951).
LINCOLN, FRANCIS BUSY, Ph.D. (California), Horticulturist, Subtropical Experiment
Station (1947-1947).
LINDSEY, CHARLES WILSON, M.A., Teacher, P. K. Yonge Laboratory School (1951-
1951).
LINDSEY, HARRY LEE, B.S.Arch., A.I.A., Assistant Professor of Architecture (1947-1947).
LIPPMAN, HAROLD S., Assistant Meteorologist, Weather Forecasting Service (1946-1946).
LIPSCOMB, RALPH WALDO, M.S., Associate Agronomist, Mobile Unit, Agricultural
Experiment Station (1944-1944).
LITHERLAND, ALLYN CAPRON, M.A., Interim Instructor in Mathematics (1947-1947)
(Resigned June 30, 1951).
LITTLE, HERSCHEL WRAY, M.S., Assistant Agricultural Economist, Agricultural Experi-
ment Station (1948-1948) (On leave 1951-1952).
LITTLE, WINSTON WOODARD, M.A., Dean of the University College and Professor of
Logic (1931-1937).
LOFT, BERNARD IRWIN, M.A.E., Instructor in Physical Education (1948-1948) (Resigned
June 30, 1951).
LOFTEN, WILLIAM TRAVIS, M.A.E., Associate Professor of Agricultural Education (1937-
1947).






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LONG, WALLACE T., M.S.A., Assistant Horticulturist, Citrus Experiment Station (1949-
1949).
LONG, WILLIAM PALMER, B.A.B.A., Director of Food Service (1946-1946).
LORZ, ALBERT PROTUS, Ph.D. (Virginia), Horticulturist, Agricultural Experiment Sta-
tion (1948-1948).
LOVELL, JOHN THOMAS, M.A., Teacher, P. K. Yonge Laboratory School (1950-1950).
(Resigned July 28, 1951).
Low, EMMET F., M.S., Interim Instructor in Physics (1950-1951).
LOWE, ROBERT LAWRENCE, B.A., Lieut. Colonel, Assistant Professor of Military Science
and Tactics (1951-1951).
LOWRY, WILLIAM LEONARD, B.A., Associate Professor of Journalism (1930-1941).
LUCAS, ELEANOR SIMONS, B.S. in L.S., Assistant in Cataloging, Library (1950-1950).
LUCK, THOMAS JEFFERSON, Ph.D. (Indiana), Assistant Professor of Personnel Manage-
ment (1950-1950).
LUNDBERG, ERNEST CONGDON, B.S.A., Interim Assistant in Biochemistry, Citrus Experi-
ment Station (1951-1951).
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).
LYONS, EDWARD, Ph.D. (Johns Hopkins), Lecturer in Chemistry (1947-1947) (Resigned
June 30, 1951).
LYONS, ISABEL McKINNELL, M.S., Interim Assistant Professor of Chemistry (1951-
1951).
LYTLE, ANDREW NELSON, B.A., Lecturer in English (1948-1948).
LYTLE, ERNEST JAMES, M.A., Instructor in Mathematics (1946-1946) (On leave 1951-
52).
McALISTER, CLARA Lois, B.S. in L.S., Librarian, P. K. Yonge Laboratory School (1950-
1950) (Resigned February 14, 1951).
MCALISTER, LYLE N., Ph.D. (California), Interim Instructor in Social Sciences (1950-
1950).
McALLISTER, SAMUEL JOSEPH, B.A., Basketball Coach (1937-1937) (Resigned May 1,
1951).
McCACHREN, JAMES ROLAND, M.A., Assistant Professor of Physical Education; Fresh-
man Baseball and Basketball Coach (1946-1946).
McCALL, JOHN TEMPLE, B.S., Assistant in Chemistry, Animal Husbandry and Nutrition,
Agricultural Experiment Station (1951-1951).
MCCALL, WADE WILEY, M.A., Assistant Professor of Soils (1946-1948) (On leave 1951-
1952).
MCCARTY, MARTIN EDGAR, M.A., Interim Assistant Professor of Mathematics (1946-
1946).
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., Advisor to Student Organizations (1949-1949).
MCCLOUD, DARRELL EDISON, Ph.D. (Purdue), Assistant Agronomist, Agricultural Ex-
periment Station (1948-1951).
MCCRACKEN, JAMES EDWARD, Ph.D. (Ohio State), Head Resident, Tolbert Hall (1950-
1950) (Resigned July 18, 1951).
McCRACKEN, JANET MAY, M.S., Assistant Professor of Elementary Education (1947-
1950).






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McCRACKEN, MARY RUTH, M.A., Teacher, P. K. Yonge Laboratory School (1948-1948)
(Resigned August 31, 1951).
McCuBBIN, EARL NOEL, Ph.D. (Cornell), Horticulturist, Potato Laboratory (1940-1941).
McEACHERN, FLOY MCCALL, M.A.E., Instructor in Off-Campus Instruction (1944-1950).
MCEADDY, DOROTHY CORINNE, B.A., Interim Librarian, P. K. Yonge Laboratory School
(1951-1951) (Resigned June 10, 1951).
MCFADDEN, SAMUEL E., Ph.D. (Virginia), Assistant Horticulturist, Agricultural Experi-
ment Station (1950-1950).
MCFERRIN, JOHN BERRY, Ph.D. (North Carolina), Professor of Business Organization
and Operation and Head of Department (1937-1948).
McGREGOR, JAMES ALAN, B.S., Assistant Animal Industrialist, Agricultural Extension
Service (1950-1950) (Resigned June 16, 1951).
McGRIFF, JACK, M.A.E., Assistant Professor of Professional Physical Education (1946-
1950).
McGUIRE, VINCENT, Ed.D. (Florida), Assistant Professor of Secondary Education (1947-
1951).
McINNIS, SAM W., M.A., Assistant Professor of Mathematics (1930-1937).
MCINTOSH, P.R., M.F.A., Associate Professor of Art (1949-1949).
McKissocK, GEORGE DAWSON, B.S.M.E., Instructor in Mechanical Engineering (1948-
1948) (Resigned October 15, 1951).
McLENDON, HORACE S., B.A., Soil Conservationist, Agricultural Extension Service (1917-
1948).
MCLENDON, IDA RUTH, Ph.D. (Ohio State), Assistant Professor of Foundations of Edu-
cation (1936-1948).
MACLEOD, MALCOLM LORIMER, Ph.D. (Virginia), Associate Professor of English (1939-
1947).
McMULLEN, KENNETH SMITH, M.Ag., District Agent, Agricultural Extension Service
(1935-1946).
MCPHEETERS, EDWIN KEITH, B.Arch., Instructor in Architecture (1949-1949) (Re-
signed September 15, 1951).
McPHERSON, WILLIAM K., M.S., Interim Professor of Agricultural Economics and In-
terim 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).
MACDONALD, WILLIAM DICKSON, LL.M., Professor of Law (1948-1951).
MACK, LEAH WILDA, M.A., Teacher, P. K. Yonge Laboratory School (1948-1948).
MACLACHLAN, JOHN MILLER, Ph.D. (North Carolina), Professor of Sociology and
Anthropology and Head of Department (1938-1941).
MAGIE, ROBERT OGDEN, Ph.D. (Wisconsin), Plant Pathologist, Gulf Coast Experiment
Station (1945-1945).
MAGUIRE, LILLIAN IRMA, M.A., Teacher, P. K. Yonge Laboratory School (1934-1934).
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).
MARKS, RAY CHARLES, B.A., Assistant Director, Non-Academic Personnel (1950-1950).
MARSHALL, HUBERT RAY, Ph.D. (North Carolina), Assistant Professor of Political
Science (1950-1951).
MARSHALL, SIDNEY PAUL, Ph.D. (Minnesota), Associate Professor of Dairy Husbandry
and Associate Dairy Husbandman, Agricultural Experiment Station (1942-1947).
MARTIN, FLETCHER, Visiting Professor of Art (1949-1949).







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MARTIN, JAMES AQUILLA, M.A.E., Clinician, Bureau of Vocational Guidance and Mental
Hygiene, (1939-1951).
MARTIN, JOHN FLETCHER, LL.B., M.A., Director of Latin American Student Affairs
(1942-1942).
MARTIN, ROE, M.A., Interim Vocational Appraiser, Veterans Guidance Center (1951-
1951) (Resigned August 15, 1951).
MARTINSON, EARL PEHR, M.A., Professor of Industrial Engineering and Head of De-
partment (1948-1949).
MASE, DARREL JAY, Ph.D. (Columbia), Professor of Education and Speech and Coordi-
nator, Florida Center of Clinical Services (1950-1950).
MASON, Roy HOMER, M.A., Instructor in Mathematics (1947-1947).
MATHERLY, WALTER JEFFRIES, M.A., LL.D. (William Jewell), Dean of the College of
Business Administration and Professor of Economics (1926-1926).
MATHIS, MIRIAM L., B.A. in L.S., Interim Assistant in Reference, Library (1950-1950).
MATTHEWS, CHARLES ARNOLD, Ph.D. (Virginia), Associate Professor of Finance (1948-
1950) (On leave 1951-1952).
MATTHEWS, DONALD RAY, M.A., Director of Alumni Affairs (1936-1947) (Resigned
February 1, 1952).
MATTHEWSON, CLARKE, M.S.F., Assistant Professor of Forestry and Superintendent,
State Ranger School (1949-1949) (On leave first semester 1951-1952).
MATTHIES, WILLIAM R., M.S., C.P.A., (Illinois, Wisconsin), Associate Professor of
Accounting (1949-1949).
MAUDERLI, MAX OTTO, Ph.D. (Pennsylvania), Assistant Professor of German (1948-
1948).
MAUER, JOHN W., B.S., Basketball Coach and Assistant Fobtball Coach (1951-1951).
MAUTZ, ROBERT BARBEAU, LL.B., Assistant Professor of Law (1950-1950).
MAXWELL, HUGH CLYDE, M.S.E., Assistant Professor of Business Education (1945-1948).
MAY, MARY ELIZABETH, B.A., Associate Resident, Reid Hall (1950-1950) (Resigned
July 29, 1951).
MAYNARD, JACK WILDER, B.A., Captain, Assistant Professor of Air Science and Tactics
(1950-1950).
MAYNARD, STANLEY GETCHEL, B.S., Major, Assistant Professor of Military Science and
Tactics, (1950-1950).
MAYNARD, ZOLLIE MCCULLOR, B.A.E., Assistant Professor of Physical Education (1946-
1949) (Resigned July 31, 1951).
MEANS, SAMUEL ALBERT, JR., B.S.B.A., Senior Accountant (1946-1946) (On leave
1951-1952).
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 (1924-1929).
MELTON, HOLMES MITTS, B.A.E., Assistant Director of Alumni Affairs (1949-1949).
MERWIN, HENRY D., Ph.D. (Cornell), Associate Chemist, Citrus Experiment Station
(1950-1950) (Resigned March 31, 1951).
MEYER, HARVEY KESSLER, Ed.D. (Florida), Associate Professor of Industrial Arts and
Vocational Education (1936-1948).
MEYER, HERBERT ALBERT, Ph.D. (Iowa), Associate Professor of Mathematics (1946-
1946).
MIKLOS, JOHN EDWARD, LL.B., Assistant Professor of Extension for Military Personnel,
General Extension Division (1951-1951).






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MILES, EDWARD JERVIS, M.A., Interim Instructor in Geography and Physical Sciences
(1951-1951).
MILLAR, JANE CARREE, M.A., Instructor in Physical Education (1948-1948).
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).
MILLER, J. HILLIS, Ph.D. (Columbia), Litt.D. (Keuka), LL.D. (Alfred), President of
the University (1947-1947).
MILLET, WALTER E., Ph.D. (Harvard), Instructor in Physics (1950-1950).
MILLICAN, CHARLES NORMAN, M.A., Instructor in Economics (1949-1949).
MILLICAN, GEORGE COREY, B. Arch., Assistant Professor of Architecture (1949-1951).
MILLIGAN, JAMES W., Assistant Meteorologist, Weather Forecasting Service, (1938-1938).
MIMS, BERNICE ASHBURN, M.A., Associate Professor of General Information and Service
and Head of Department, General Extension Division (1928-1946).
MITCH, GEORGE FREDERICK, M.A., Interim Assistant Professor of Real Estate (1949-
1949).
MITCHELL, JEAN OLTMAN, M.A.E., Instructor in Elementary Education (1944-1950).
MOONEY, A. RUSSELL, B.A., Interim Instructor in Geology and Physical Sciences (1951-
1951) (Resigned June 15, 1951).
MOONEY, ERNEST GORDON, B.A.E., Instructor in Physical Education (1940-1945).
MOORE, BERNARD H., B.A., Assistant Meteorologist, Weather Forecasting Service (1935-
1935).
MOORE, JAMES FRANCIS, M.B.A., Instructor in Accounting (1948-1948).
MOORE, JULIAN STEPHEN, M.S.A., Extension Poultryman, Agricultural Extension Service
(1950-1950).
MOORE, WILLIAM EDGAR, Ph.D. (Peabody), Professor of Logic and Counselor (1930-
1946).
MOORMAN, JOHN HAYNES, Ph.D. (Iowa), Professor of Education and Head of Business
Education (1940-1949).
MORALES, JULIO ALFREDO, M.A., Instructor in Mathematics (1946-1946).
MORELOCK, EUGENIA B., B.S. in L.S., Interim Assistant in Cataloging, Library (1951-
1951).
MORELOCK, JAMES CRUTCHFIELD, M.A., Interim Instructor in Mathematics (1949-1949)
(Resigned June 30, 1951).
MOREY, DARRELL D., Ph.D. (Iowa State), Associate Agronomist, Agricultural Experi-
ment Station (1949-1949).
MORGAN, HAZEL, M.A., Instructor in Visual Aids and Head of Film Library, General
Extension Division (1950-1950).
MORGAN, MARCELLUS, M.A., Interim Instructor in Counseling and Guidance, General
Extension Division (1949-1951).
MORGEN, RALPH ALEXANDER, Ph.D. (California), Director, Engineering and Industrial
Experiment Station and Professor of Chemical Engineering (1938-1947).
MORINIGO, MARCOS A., Ph.D. (Buenos Aires), Associate Professor of Spanish (1951-
1951).
MORRIS, ALTON CHESTER, Ph.D. (North Carolina), Professor of English (1927-1946).
MORRISON, SHEILA GRAHAM, M.A., Instructor in Speech (1947-1947) (Resigned August
31, 1951).
MORROW, HAROLD WILLIAM, M.A., Instructor in Engineering Mechanics (1948-1948).







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MORROW, KENNETH WAYNE, M.A., Engineering Librarian (1949-1949) (On leave
1951-1952).
MORSE, RICHARD FAIRFIELD, B.E.E., Assistant in Research, Engineering and Industrial
Experiment Station (1945-1946).
MOSES, PHILIP JOHN, B.S.F., Instructor in Forestry, State Ranger School (1949-1949).
MOSHIER, WILLIAM FRANKLIN, M.B.A., C.P.A., (Florida), Assistant Comptroller (1946-
1951).
MOUNTS, CHARLES EUGENE, Ph.D. (Duke), Associate Professor of English (1927-1945).
MUEHLNER, FELIX, U.J.D. (Frederick William), Associate Research Economist, Bureau
of Economic and Business Research (1950-1950).
MULL, LEON EDMUND, Ph.D. (Iowa State), Associate Professor of Dairy Science and
Dairy Technologist, Agricultural Experiment Station (1940-1951).
MUMA, MARTIN H., Ph.D. (Maryland), Associate Entomologist, Citrus Experiment Sta-
tion (1951-1951).
MURPHEY, MILLEDGE, B.S., Assistant Professor of Entomology (1947-1947).
MURPHREE, ALBERT ALEXANDER, B.A. (Oxon.), Assistant Professor of English (1929-
1934).
MURPHREE, CATHERINE HODGES, B.M., Interim Teacher, P. K. Yonge Laboratory
School (1950-1950).
MURPHREE, CLAUDE LEON, B.A., Professor of Music (1925-1948).
MURPHREE, CLYDE ELWYN, M.S., Assistant Economist, Marketing and Farm Manage-
ment, Agricultural Extension Service (1951-1951).
MURRAY, FRANK JUNIOR, M.A., Instructor in Physical Education (1949-1949) (On
leave 1951-1952).
MUSCHLITZ, EARLE EUGENE, Ph.D. (Pennsylvania State), Assistant Research Professor,
Engineering and Industrial Experiment Station (1951-1951).
MYERS, FORREST EARL, M.Ag., Assistant Vegetable Crops Specialist, Agricultural Ex-
tension Service (1948-1950).
MYERS, JULIAN MOSTELLA, B.S., Associate Agricultural Engineer, Agricultural Experi-
ment Station (1947-1947).
NASH, JAMES LEWIS, M.S., Interim Assistant in Research, Arts and Sciences (1951-
1951).
NEALE, JAMES RALPH, B.D., Instructor in English (1946-1946) (On leave 1951-1952).
NEELY, GRACE IONA, M.A., Associate Economist in Food Conservation, Agricultural Ex-
tension Service, Tallahassee (1948-1948) (Resigned December 31, 1950).
NEFF, THOMAS O'NEIL, B.S.E.E., Assistant Professor of Engineering Mechanics (1946-
1946).
NELLER, JOSEPH ROBERT, Ph.D. (Rutgers), Soils Chemist, Agricultural Experiment
Station (1930-1944).
NELSON, PAUL HARRY, M.S., Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering and Associate
Research Professor, Engineering and Industrial Experiment Station (1947-1951).
NETTLES, VICTOR FLEETWOOD, Ph.D. (Cornell), Associate Horticulturist, Agricultural
Experiment Station, (1938-1951).
NEUBAUER, GERHARDT W.F., M.S., Assistant Professor of Industrial Arts and Vocational
Education (1948-1948).
NEWINS, HAROLD STEPHENSON, M.F., Director Emeritus of the School of Forestry and
Professor Emeritus of Forestry (1935-1937) (Retired June 30, 1951).
NEWMAN, FLOYD WARREN, M.A., Interim Instructor in Psychology (1949-1949) (Re-
signed August 18, 1951).






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NEY, WILLIAM A., M.S.A., Interim Assistant in Animal Husbandry, Agricultural Experi-
ment Station (1950-1950) (Resigned August 31, 1951).
NICHOLS, JOHN WILSON, M.A., Interim Instructor in Psychology (1949-1949).
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 Correspondence Study and Interim Head
of Department, General Extension Division (1950-1950).
NOLAN, WILLIAM JOHN, Ph.D. (Michigan), Research Professor, Engineering and In-
dustrial Experiment Station (1946-1949).
NORMAN, JAMES WILLIAM, Ph.D. (Columbia), Dean Emeritus of the College of Educa-
tion and Professor of Foundations of Education (1916-1946).
NORMAN, OSCAR N., Assistant Meteorologist, Weather Forecasting Service (1941-1941).
NORTHRUP, FLOYD LORRAIN, B.S.A., District Supervisor, Vocational Education (1948-
1948).
NORTON, BESSIE AMANDA, M.A.E., Instructor in Off-Campus Instruction (1947-1948)
(Resigned September 15, 1951).
NOSENCHUK, MARTIN, B.Arch., Instructor in Architecture (1951-1951).
NOVAK, ARTHUR FRANCIS, Ph.D. (Purdue), Associate Professor of Bacteriology (1947-
1950) (Resigned August 15, 1951).
NULTON, LucY, M.A., Teacher, P. K. Yonge Laboratory School (1950-1950).
NUTTER, GENE CARLTON, Ph.D. (Cornell), Assistant Agronomist, Turf Research (1951-
1951).
NUTTER, HAZEN EDWARD, M.A., Associate Professor of Education and Head of Materials
of Instruction (1938-1938).
ODUM, HOWARD T., Ph.D. (Yale), Assistant Professor of Biological Science (1950-1950).
OGLESBY, WOODSON RATCLIFFE, M.A., Interim Instructor in Geology and Physical
Sciences (1951-1951).
OLIVER, CLIFTON, JR., M.A., Assistant Professor of Personnel Management (1946-1948).
OLIVER, JAMES ARTHUR, Ph.D. (Michigan), Assistant Professor of Biology (1948-1948)
(Resigned September 15, 1951).
OLIVER, JAMES WILLARD, Ph.D. (Harvard), Assistant Professor of Philosophy and In-
terim Head of Department (1949-1950).
OLSEN, GEORGE LIEBERG, M.A. in L.S., Assistant in Order Department, Library (1949-
1949).
OLSEN, JULIAN OLE, M.Ed., Teacher, P. K. Yonge Laboratory School (1947-1948).
OLSEN, ROBERT WINTHROP, B.S., Biochemist, Citrus Experiment Station (1947-1947).
OLSON, CLARA MCDONALD, Ph.D. (Peabody), Associate Professor of Secondary Educa-
tion (1934-1949).
OPP, CARL BRADEN, B.A., Associate Director of Housing (1940-1951).
ORAS, ANTS, B.Litt. (Oxon.), Professor of English (1949-1950).
ORMOND, WILLIAM NEWMAN, M.A., Interim Instructor in English (1948-1948).
ORWIG, HARRY LEE, B.S.F., Interim Instructor in Forestry, State Ranger School (1950-
1950) (Resigned February 28, 1951).
OSBORN, GEORGE COLEMAN, Ph.D. (Indiana), Associate Professor of Social Sciences
(1947-1947).
OSBORNE, LLOYD ALLEN, B.A., Captain, Assistant Professor of Military Science and
Tactics (1951-1951).
O'STEEN, ALVA WOODROW, B.S.A., Supervisor, Florida National Egg Laying Contest,
Agricultural Extension Service, Chipley (1941-1945).






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OSTERBIND, CARTER C., M.S., Assistant Research Economist, Bureau of Economic and
Business Research (1950-1950).
OTTE, BURTON J. H., M.S., Associate Professor and Curator of Chemistry (1925-1937).
OWEN, HARRY ASHTON, B.E.E., Instructor in Electrical Engineering (1948-1948) (Re-
signed October 31, 1951).
OWEN, JOHN HINSEY, Ph.D. (Wisconsin), Assistant Professor of Plant Pathology (1949-
1949).
OWENS, JAMES BACOT, B.S., Agricultural Statistician, Agricultural Experiment Station
(1945-1945).
PACE, JAMES EDWARD, M.S.A., Assistant Professor of Animal Husbandry and Assistant
Animal Husbandman, Agricultural Experiment Station (1942-1949).
PADGETT, ELSIE, M.A., Teacher, P. K. Yonge Laboratory School (1950-1950).
PAGE, RALPH EMERSON, Ph.D. (Syracuse), Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences
and Professor of Political Science (1948-1948).
PAPY, WILLIAM ANDREW, III, B.Arch., Instructor in Architecture (1949-1949) (Re-
signed July 15, 1951).
PAQUETTE, RADNOR JOSEPH, M.S., Assistant Research Professor, Engineering and In-
dustrial Experiment Station (1948-1948) (Resigned September 30, 1951).
PARDEE, MARY RUTH, B.S. in L.S., Assistant in Cataloging, Library (1945-1947).
PARKER, WILLIAM DAVIS, M.B.A., C.P.A. (Florida), Assistant Professor of Accounting
(1947-1949).
PARRAMORE, WILLIE E., B.A.A., Instructor in Citizenship Training, General Extension
Division (1950-1950).
PARRIS, GEORGE KEITH, Ph.D. (Cornell), Plant Pathologist in Charge, Watermelon
Laboratory (1945-1945). (Resigned June 30, 1951).
PARVIN, FAYETTE WARD, B.S.A., Assistant to the Director, Agricultural Extension
Service (1946-1951).
PATRICK, JOHN MAX, D.Phil. (Oxon.), Professor of English (1948-1948) (Resigned
September 15, 1951).
PATRICK, REMBERT WALLACE, Ph.D. (North Carolina), Professor of History and Head
of Department (1940-1950).
PATTERSON, PAUL BRYAN, M.A.E., Instructor in Mathematics (1943-1947).
PAUL, OUIDA FAY, M.A., Assistant Professor of Music (1949-1949).
PAYNE, ANCIL NEWTON, Ph.D. (Illinois), Associate Professor of History (1929-1945).
PEABODY, KENNETH E., M.F.A., Instructor in Art (1950-1951).
PEARCE, JAMES MARTINE, M.S., Interim Instructor in Chemistry (1946-1946).
PEARSON, ALBERT M., Ph.D. (Cornell), Associate Professor of Animal Husbandry and
Associate Animal Husbandman, Agricultural Experiment Station (1949-1951).
PEELER, RUTH BEATRICE, M.A., Teacher, P. K. Yonge Laboratory School (1934-1934).
PEET, JAMES CLINTON, E.E., Lecturer in Electrical Engineering (1947-1947).
PEMBERTON, JAMES HAROLD, B.S., Captain, Assistant Professor of Air Science and
Tactics (1951-1951).
PENDLETON, WILLIAM C., M.A., Instructor in Social Sciences (1950-1950).
PENN, RICHARD KENNETH, B.I.E., Supervisor, Central Stores (1948-1948) (Resigned
April 25, 1951).
PENROD, JOHN ARTHUR, M.A., Interim Instructor in English (1950-1950).
PERRY, FRANKLYN STANTON, B.S.A., District Agent, Agricultural Extension Service
(1946-1949).
PETERSON, ERHART GUSTAF, LL.B., M.B.A., Associate Professor of Accounting (1947-
1949).






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PETTIS, AUBREY MARSHALL, B.S.A.E., Assistant Agricultural Engineer and Farm Elec-
trification Specialist, Agricultural Experiment Station and Agricultural Extension
Service (1947-1951).
PHELPS, EARLE BERNARD, B.S., Lecturer in Sanitary Engineering (1944-1944).
PHELPS, GEORGE OSBORN, M.S.M.E., Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering
(1937-1946).
PHILLIPS, ARTHUR MINIS, B.S., Associate Entomologist, Agricultural Experiment Station
(1941-1948).
PHILLIPS, GRACE RACHEL, M.A.E., Interim Instructor in Biological Science (1950-
1950).
PHILLIPS, LAWRENCE ROY, Ph.D. (Indiana), Associate Professor of Chemistry (1946-
1951).
PHILLIPS, THOMAS OAKLEY, B.S., Captain, Assistant Professor of Military Science and
Tactics (1949-1949).
PHILLIPS, WAYLAND B., M.A., Teacher, P. K. Yonge Laboratory School (1948-1948)
(On leave 1951-1952).
PHILPOTT, FRANK EXCELL, M.A., Assistant Professor of Physical Education and Assist-
ant Track Coach (1946-1946).
PHILPOTT, HARRY MELVIN, Ph.D. (Yale), Associate Professor of Religion (1947-1950).
PHIPPS, CECIL GLENN, Ph.D. (Minnesota), Professor of Mathematics (1924-1943).
PIERCE, EMORY LOWE, Ph.D. (Florida), Associate Professor of Biological Science (1945-
1949).
PIERCE, JOHN EUGENE, M.S., Assistant Professor of Insurance (1950-1950).
PIERSON, WILLIAM HASKELL, M.S., Associate Professor of Geography (1946-1946).
PIRENIAN, ZAREH MEGUERDITCH, M.S., Associate Professor of Mathematics (1925-1937).
PIRKLE, EARL C., JR., M.S., Assistant Professor of Physical Science and Geology (1950-
1950).
PISANI, FRANK WARREN, B.A., Instructor in Citizenship Training, General Extension
Division (1948-1948).
PITTS, EDITH PATTI, Administrative Assistant to the President (1937-1937).
PLANK, SETH B., B.S.A., Assistant Animal Husbandman, Everglades Experiment Station
(1950-1950) (Resigned May 16, 1951).
POLLARD, CASH BLAIR, Ph.D. (Purdue), Professor of Chemistry (1930-1937).
POLOVKAS, VINCENT GEORGE, B.S.A.E., Instructor in Aeronautical Engineering and
Assistant in Research, Engineering and Industrial Experiment Station (1948-1948).
POLSON, JOSEPH ALBERT, M.E., Lecturer in Mechanical Engineering (1951-1951).
POMEROY, DAVID, Ph.D. (New Mexico), Interim Assistant Professor of Physics and
Bioelectric Potentials Project (1950-1950).
POOLE, LEWIS ALBERT, B.S.E.E., Interim Instructor in Physics (1947-1947).
POOLE, REID, M.A., Assistant Professor of Music (1949-1949).
PORTER, RALPH ELMA, B.A.E., Assistant Director, Florida Union (1949-1949).
PORTER, REBECCA ELIZABETH, B.A.J., Assistant Editor, University Press (1949-1949)
(Resigned August 7, 1951).
POST, DON MCKENZIE, M.S.F., Interim Instructor in Forestry (1951-1951).
POTTER, WILLIAM MELVILLE, M.A., Assistant Professor of Physical Education and Tennis
Coach (1946-1951).
POWELL, GARLAND WHEELER, Director of Radio Station WRUF (1929-1930).
POWELL, ROBERT D., Ph.D. (Iowa State), Assistant Professor of Botany (1949-1949).
PRATT, ROBERT M., Ph.D. (Cornell), Associate Entomologist-Pathologist, Citrus Ex-
periment Station (1950-1950).
PREODOR, EDWARD, B.M., Associate Professor of Music (1948-1948).







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PRESCOTT, FORD LEWIS, M.E., Professor of Mechanical Engineering (1923-1946) (Re-
signed September 30, 1951).
PRICE, GEORGE SHELDON, B.S., Colonel, Professor of Military Science and Tactics and
Coordinator of Military Departments (1948-1949).
PRICE, JOSEPH EDWIN, B.A.E., Associate Professor of Social Sciences and Student
Counselor (1930-1949).
PRICE, THOMAS JAMES, Comptroller (1927-1947).
PRIDGEN, ILA ROUNTREE, LL.B., Law Librarian (1929-1947).
PRINCE, VIVIAN CHRISTINE, M.S. in L.S., Assistant Librarian and Assistant Professor
of Library Science; Head of Technical Processes Department, Library (1943-1949).
PROCTOR, SAMUEL, M.A., Assistant Professor of Social Sciences (1946-1949).
PROSSER, DAVID STANLEY, B.S., Assistant Horticulturist, Citrus Experiment Station
(1948-1948).
PRYOR, BETTY LOUISE, LL.B., Assistant Law Librarian (1948-1948).
PULLARA, ANTHONY LIBERO, B.Arch., Instructor in Architecture (1949-1949) (Resigned
August 31, 1951).
PUMPHREY, FRED HOMER, E.E., Professor of Electrical Engineering (1946-1946).
PURDY, DONALD RODERICK, M.S., Instructor in Physics (1948-1948) (On leave 1951-
1952).
PURSELL, GILBERT WEIMER, Associate Professor of Art (1951-1951).
PURSER, STUART ROBERT, M.F.A., Professor of Art and Head of Department (1951-
1951).
PYE, RUBY LEE, M.A., Instructor in Physical Education (1949-1949).
PYLE, GORDON BRUCE, M.A.E., Interim Instructor in Social Sciences (1950-1950) (Re-
signed June 15, 1951).
PYLES, THOMAS, Ph.D. (Johns Hopkins), Professor of English (1948-1948).
QUACKENBUSH, ORVILLE FRANCIS, M.A., Associate Professor of Sociology (1941-1946)
(Resigned August 31, 1951).
QUALLS, LEROY LILLARD, Ph.D. (Illinois), Assistant Professor of Economics (1948-
1948).
RACKLEY, BENTON T., M.S.E.E., Interim Assistant in Research, Engineering and In-
dustrial Experiment Station (1950-1950) (Resigned June 30, 1951).
RALSTON, CHARLES WILLIAM, Ph.D. (Duke), Assistant Professor of Silviculture (1949-
1949).
RAMIREZ, ADOLFO, M.A., Instructor in Spanish (1948-1948).
RAMSEY, JAMES C., Ph.D. (Florida), Interim Instructor in Chemistry (1949-1949)
(Resigned June 30, 1951).
RANDOLPH, JOHN W., M.S., Agricultural Engineer, Everglades Experiment Station
(1947-1947).
RAPPENECKER, CASPAR, Ph.D. (Cornell), Associate Professor of Geology and Physical
Sciences (1949-1949) (On leave 1951-1952).
RAY, DELMAS DENNIS, M.B.A., Assistant Professor of Accounting (1948-1948).
RAY, FRANCIS EARL, D.Sc., (Oxon.), Director of Cancer Research Laboratory and
Professor of Cancer Research (1949-1949).
REAVES, CLARENCE WILLIAM, B.S.A., Dairy Husbandman, Agricultural Extension Service
(1947-1947).
REAVES, JACK SHELDON, B.S.B.A., Purchasing Agent (1948-1948).
REBER, KARL WILLIAM, M.S.Eng., Instructor in Mechanical Engineering (1948-1948)
(Resigned September 20, 1951).






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REDFIELD, ROBERT H., B.S.E.E., Assistant Research Engineer, Engineering and Indus-
trial Experiment Station (1949-1949) (Resigned December 9, 1950).
REED, HAROLD MERRILL, B.S., Chemist, Agricultural Experiment Station (1948-1948)
(Deceased May 21, 1951).
REED, JOHN CLIFFORD, M.E., Professor of Mechanical Engineering and Head of De-
partment (1950-1950).
REEVES, FRANK BLAIR, B.Arch., Instructor in Architecture (1949-1949).
REHLING, CONRAD HENRY, M.Ed., Instructor in Physical Education (1949-1949). -
REID, CHARLES EDWARD, Ph.D. (Louisiana State), Assistant Professor of Chemistry
(1948-1951).
REID, EUGENIE CHAZAL, B.S. in L.S., Assistant in Cataloging, Library (1947-1947).
REID, GEORGE KELL, M.S., Interim Instructor in Biological Science (1949-1949).
REID, HELEN DWIGHT, Ph.D. (Radcliffe), Visiting Professor of Political Science (1951-
1951) (Resigned June 15, 1951).
REITZ, HERMAN J., Ph.D. (Ohio State), Horticulturist, Citrus Experiment Station
(1946-1949).
REITZ, J. WAYNE, Ph.D. (Wisconsin), Provost for Agriculture (1934-1949).
REMP, GEORGE EDWARD, M.E., Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering (1946-
1946).
RETHLINGSHAFER, DOROTHY ADELAIDE, Ph.D. (North Carolina), Associate Professor of
Psychology (1947-1947).
REYNOLDS, JOHN HENRY, M.A., Assistant Professor of Social Sciences (1946-1947).
REYNOLDS, MABLE MARIE, M.A.., SinL.S., Assistant in Cataloging, Library (1949-
1949).
REYNOLDS, MARY ELEANORA, M.A., Head Resident, Reid Hall (1950-1950).
RHOADS, WINIFRED CARL, M.S., Entomologist, North Florida Experiment Station (1949-
1949).
RHUDY, RALPH, Colonel, Professor of Air Science and Tactics (1950-1950).
RICHARDSON, JAMES GILBERT, B.S.B.A., Assistant Professor of Finance (1946-1949).-
RICHARDSON, JAMES RUSSELL, LL.B., Associate Professor of Law (1951-1951).
RICKER, VIRGINIA FAYE PETERSON, M.A., Interim Instructor in Psychology (1948-1948).
RICKERT, ROBERT TURNHAM, M.A., Instructor in Speech (1950-1950).
RIETZ, EDWARD GUSTAVE, Ph.D. (Chicago), Associate Professor of Chemistry (1946-
1947).
RIKER, HAROLD CLARK, M.A., Director of Housing (1938-1946) (On leave 1951-1952).
RILEY, BERT CLAIR, 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., Interim Director of Florida Union (1945-1948).
RITCHEY, GEORGE EDGAR, M.S., Associate Agronomist in Charge, Suwannee Valley Ex-
periment Station (1927-1950).
RITTER, LEO JOHN, M.S., Associate Professor of Civil Engineering (1946-1947) (On
leave 1951-1952).
ROBBINS, GEORGE LEROY, C.W.O., Assistant Professor of Air Science and Tactics
(1949-1949).
ROBERTS, JAMES BELL, Captain, Assistant Professor of Air Science and Tactics (1950-
1950).
ROBERTS, LEONIDAS H., M.S., Instructor in Physical Sciences (1949-1949).
ROBERTS, MERRIL J., Ph.D. (Chicago), Associate Professor of Transportation and Eco-
nomics (1948-1951).
ROBERTSON, ALAN J., M.A., Instructor in Economics (1949-1949) (On leave 1951-1952).






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ROBERTSON, CHARLES ARCHIBALD, M.A., Professor of English and Head of Depart-
ment (1918-1950).
ROBERTSON, WILLIAM K., Ph.D. (Purdue), Assistant Chemist, Agricultural Experiment
Station (1950-1950).
ROBILLARD, AMBOLENA HOOKER, M.A., Interim Instructor in Humanities (1950-1950)
Resigned January 31, 1951).
ROBINSON, FRANK ALBERT, M.S., Assistant Apiculturist, Agricultural Experiment Station
(1950-1950).
RODGERS, ANDREW CARROL, B.A.E., Assistant to the Director of Housing (1951-1951).
RODGERS, EARL GILBERT, Ph.D. (Iowa State), Assistant Professor of Agronomy (1946-
1951).
ROGERS, ANDREW JACKSON, M.S., Assistant Professor of Entomology (1946-1947).
ROGERS, FRAZIER, M.S.A., Professor of Agricultural Engineering and Head of Depart-
ment; Agricultural Engineer and Head of Department, Agricultural Experiment
Station (1918-1947).
ROGERS, WILLIAM BRADLEY, M.A.E., Instructor in Mechanical Engineering (1947-1947)
(On leave 1951-1952).
ROHDE, F. VIRGINIA, Ph.D. (Kentucky), Instructor in Mathematics (1950-1950).
ROSE, GILLIS NORMAN, B.S., Associate Agricultural Economist, Agricultural Experiment
Station (1943-1945).
ROSE, HAROLD CLELAND, B.Arch., Assistant Professor of Architecture (1947-1949).
ROSENBERGER, STANLEY E., M.Ag., Assistant Vegetable Crops Specialist, Agricultural Ex-
tension Service (1949-1949).
ROTHROCK, COMAN WENDELL, B.S., Assistant in Research, Engineering and Industrial
Experiment Station (1948-1948) (Resigned February 28, 1951).
ROTHWELL, DONALD FREDERICK, M.S.A., Instructor in Soils (1948-1948).
ROUNTREE, STEED, B.A., Major, Assistant Professor of Air Science and Tactics (1950-
1950).
ROUSE, ALVIN H., M.S., Associate Chemist, Citrus Experiment Station (1949-1949).
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).
RUNZLER, WILLIAM THEODORE, Ph.D. (Erlangen), Interim Assistant Professor of Ger-
man (1947-1947) (Resigned June 30, 1951).
RUPRECHT, RUDOLPH WILLIAM, Ph.D. (Massachusetts Agricultural College), Vice Di-
rector in Charge, Central Florida Experiment Station (1920-1946).
RUSSELL, DONALD C., B.S., Associate Meteorologist, Weather Forecasting Service (1950-
1950).
RYAN, JOHN EDWARD, M.A., Instructor in Physical Education and Swimming Coach
(1949-1951).
RYBERG, MILTON EMANUEL, B.S., Research Professor, Engineering and Industrial Ex-
periment Station (1947-1949).
SALOMON, INGEBORG, M.A. in L.S., Assistant in Cataloging, Library (1951-1951).
SALT, ELLIS BENTON, Ed.D. (New York), Professor of Professional Physical Education
and Head of Department (1930-1946).
SAMPSON, ROGER WILLIAMS, M.S., Instructor in Electrical Engineering and Assistant
in Research, Engineering and Industrial Experiment Station (1950-1951).
SANDERS, DORSEY ADDREN, D.V.M., (Kansas State), Professor of Veterinary Science
and Head of Department, and Head, Department of Veterinary Science, Agri-
cultural Experiment Station (1925-1949).







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SARETT, LEW, LL.B., Visiting Professor of Speech (1951-1951).
SASHOFF, STEPHAN PENCHEFF, M.S., Professor of Electrical Engineering (1932-1946).
SAUER, JOHN EDWARD, B.S., Assistant Coach (1950-1950).
SAVAGE, ZACH, M.S.A., Associate Agricultural Economist, Agricultural Experiment Sta-
tion (1931-1934).
SAWYER, EARL M., M.S., Interim Instructor in Physics (1947-1949).
SAWYER, GEORGE WILLIAM, B.A., Vocational Appraiser, Veterans Guidance Center
(1950-1950) (Resigned November 30, 1950).
SAWYER, WILLIAM LINCOLN, M.S., Professor of Engineering Mechanics and Head of
Department (1929-1949).
SAXE, HARRY CHARLES, M.S.E., Instructor in Civil Engineering (1949-1949) (On leave
1951-1952).
SCARBOROUGH, TRUMAN GUY, M.A.E., Assistant Principal and Teacher, P. K. Yonge
Laboratory School (1949-1949) (Resigned February 15, 1951).
SCHAFFER, NILE CLARETT, Interim Director of the Florida State Museum (1942-1946).
SCHMIDT, DORIS THEODOTIA, M.A., Associate Professor of Music (1949-1949).
SCHNELL, HERMAN WALKER, M.A., Professor of Physical Education and Head of De-
partment (1946-1947).
SCHOCH, WILFRED LEROY, Superintendent of Construction (1935-1935).
SCHOONMAKER, LUCAS ELMENDORF, B.S.E.E., Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineer-
ing (1947-1947).
SCHRADER, GEORGE FREDERICK, M.S.Eng., Instructor in Electrical Engineering and As-
sistant in Research, Engineering and Industrial Experiment Station (1947-1951).
SCHULMAN, SAM, M.A., Interim Instructor in English, Graduate School of Inter-Ameri-
can Studies (1951-1951).
SCHWEYER, HERBERT ENGLISH, Ph.D. (Columbia), Professor of Chemical Engineering
(1946-1950).
SCOLES, EUGENE FRANCIS, LL.M., Professor of Law (1949-1951).
SCOTT, LINUS ALBERT, M.S.E., Instructor in Mechanical Engineering (1948-1948).
SCOTT, NED HOBSON, M.B.A., Instructor in Accounting (1949-1949).
SCOTT, THOMAS MCDONALD, M.A.E., Instructor in Physical Education, and Head,
Adapted and Corrective Exercises (1949-1951).
SCOTT, WILLIAM H. O., M.A. in L.S., Reference Assistant, Library (1949-1949) (Re-
signed August 31, 1951).
SCUDDER, DELTON LEWIS, Ph.D. (Yale), Professor of Religion and Head of Depart-
ment (1946-1946).
SEABERG, LILLIAN MARIE, B.S. in L.S., Assistant in Reference, Library (1949-1949).
SEALE, CHARLES COLIN, D.I.C.T.A. (Imperial College of Tropical Agriculture), As-
sociate Agronomist, Everglades Experiment Station (1945-1946).
SELLERS, EURUS GUY, M.Ed., Interim Assistant in Engineering Library (1950-1950).
SELLERS, FRANCES EVELYN, M.A., Assistant Dean of Women (1949-1951).
SENN, PETTUS HOLMES, Ph.D. (Wisconsin), Professor of Agronomy and Head of De-
partment (1929-1939).
SENN, VINCENT JOHN, Ph.D. (Wisconsin), Assistant Professor of Agricultural Chemistry
(1951-1951).
SHAFFER, CHARLES VERNON, B.E.E., Associate Research Professor, Engineering and
Industrial Experiment Station (1946-1951).
SHARPE, RALPH HAROLD, M.S., Associate Horticulturist, Agricultural Experiment Station
(1948-1948).







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SHERMAN, DAVID HARTSHORN, M.Ed., Teacher, P. K. Yonge Laboratory School (1948-
1948) (Resigned July 18, 1951).
SHERMAN, HARLEY BAKWEL, Ph.D. (Michigan), Professor of Biology (1925-1950).
SHERMAN, JOSEPH E., B.S., Head, Department of Sports Publicity (1947-1947).
SHEROUSE, RAY T., Assistant Meteorologist, Weather Forecasting Service, (1935-1935).
SHIELDS, MURRAY WILLIAM, Ph.D. (Washington), Professor of Economics and Market-
ing (1946-1949).
SHIMP, NEIL FREDERICK, M.S., Interim Assistant in Chemistry, Citrus Experiment
Station (1951-1951).
SHIRLEY, RAY L., Ph.D. (Michigan State), Biochemist, Agricultural Experiment Station
(1949-1949) (Resigned September 30, 1951) .
SHOWALTER, ROBERT KENNETH, M.S., Associate Horticulturist, Agricultural Experiment
Station (1945-1945).
SIKES, ANNA MAE, M.S., State Home Demonstration Agent, Agricultural Extension
Service, Tallahassee (1928-1950).
SIMANTON, WILLIAM ALDRICH, Ph.D. (Iowa State), Entomologist, Citrus Experiment
Station (1950-1950).
SIMMONS, FAYE Lois, B.S. in L.S., Documents Assistant, Library (1947-1947) (Resigned
June 30, 1951).
SIMMONS, GLENN BALLARD, Ph.D. (Johns Hopkins), Professor of Education and Head
of Off-Campus Instruction (1928-1949).
SIMONDS, JOHN DAY, M.S. Engineering, Interim Assistant in Research, Engineering and
Industrial Experiment Station (1951-1951) (Resigned September 1, 1951).
SIMONS, JOSEPH H., Ph.D. (California), Professor of Chemical Engineering and Co-
ordinator of Fluorine Research, Engineering and Industrial Experiment Station
(1950-1950).
SIMPSON, CHARLES FLOYD, D.V.M. (Cornell), Associate Veterinarian, Agricultural Ex-
periment Station (1948-1948).
SIMPSON, KATHERINE, M.S., Extension Clothing Specialist, Agricultural Extension
Service (1951-1951).
SIMPSON, THOMAS MARSHALL, Ph.D. (Wisconsin), Dean Emeritus of the Graduate
School; Professor Emeritus of Mathematics (1918-1951) (Retired June 30, 1951).
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., Teacher, P. K. Yonge Laboratory School (1945-
1945).
SKINNER, THOMAS COBB, M.Ag., Assistant Professor of Agricultural Engineering (1947-
1949).
SKOFIELD, HARRIET CLARK, M.A., B.S. in L.S., Assistant in Cataloging, Library (1945-
1945).
SLAGLE, DEAN, LL.B., Professor of Law (1924-1924).
SMITH, ALEXANDER G., Ph.D. (Duke), Assistant Professor of Physics (1948-1948).
SMITH, ARTHUR ALLEN, Interim Instructor in Architecture (1948-1948).
SMITH, CHARLES BASSEL, Ph.D. (Wisconsin), Professor of Mathematics (1946-1951).
SMITH, DAVID BARRY, M.S.S.E., Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering (1949-1949)
(On leave first semester, 1951-1952).






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SMITH, DOYLE WILLIAM, B.S., Assistant Chemist, Everglades Experiment Station (1948-
1948) (Resigned June 30, 1951).
SMITH, EDWARD FRANK, E.E., Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering (1928-1937).
SMITH, FREDERICK BUREAN, Ph.D. (Iowa State), Professor of Soils and Head of De-
partment; Microbiologist and Head of Department, Agricultural Experiment Station
(1937-1944).
SMITH, JACK HAMLIN, M.S.Eng., Interim Instructor in Mechanical Engineering (1950-
1950) (Resigned September 1, 1951).
SMITH, JAMES HUNN, B.S.M.E., Instructor in Mechanical Engineering (1947-1947).
SMITH, JESSEE LEE, District Agent, Agricultural Extension Service (1920-1925).
SMITH, JOEL ALLEN, LL.B., Assistant Professor of Law (1949-1949) (On leave 1951-
1952).
SMITH, JOSEPH GORDON, M.A.E., District Supervisor, Vocational Education (1943-
1947).
SMITH, MARTIN HARRIS, B.Arch., Instructor in Architecture (1949-1949).
SMITH, RALPH LESLIE, M.S., Associate Agronomist, Mobile Unit, Agricultural Experi-
ment Station (1943-1947).
SMITH, REYNOLDS BELDEN, Ph.D. (New York State College of Forestry), Associate
Professor of Wood Technology (1949-1949).
SMITH, SYDNEY EDWARD, B.E.E., Assistant in Research, Engineering and Industrial Ex-
periment Station (1948-1948) (Resigned July 31, 1951).
SMITH, T. LYNN, Ph.D. (Minnesota), Professor of Sociology (1949-1949).
SPACHE, GEORGE, 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).
SPECHT, RANDOLPH CHILLIAN, B.S. Ch.E., Professor of Chemical Engineering and Re-
search Professor, Engineering and Industrial Experiment Station (1944-1944).
SPENCER, ERNEST LEAVITT, Ph.D. (Rutgers), Soils Chemist in Charge, Gulf Coast Ex-
periment Station (1943-1950).
SPENCER, WILLIAM FRANKLIN, Ph.D. (Illinois), Interim Assistant Chemist, Citrus Ex-
periment Station (1951-1951).
SPINKS, DANIEL OWEN, M.S.A., Assistant Professor of Soils (1947-1947).
SPURLOCK, ALVIN HAROLD, M.S.A., Associate Agricultural Economist, Agricultural Ex-
periment Station (1934-1940).
STANLEY, DENNIS KEITH, M.A.E., Dean of the College of Physical Education and
Health, and Professor of Physical Education (1931-1946).
STASCH, ANN RITA, B.S., Assistant in Chemistry, Central Florida Experiment Station
(1950-1950).
STATON, WESLEY MORGAN, Ed.D. (Boston), Associate Professor of Professional Physical
Education (1949-1950).
STEARNS, CHARLES ROBERT, B.S.A., Associate Chemist, Citrus Experiment Station (1941-
1942).
STEARNS, ROLAND FRED, C.W.O., Assistant Professor of Military Science and Tactics
(1949-1949).
STEARNS, THOMAS WESLEY, Ph.D. (Minnesota), Associate Professor of Agricultural
Chemistry (1946-1949).
STEFFENS, JOHN F., B.S., Agricultural Statistician, Agricultural Experiment Station
(1947-1947) (Resigned July 31, 1951).
STEIS, WILLIAM B., M.A., Instructor in Speech (1948-1948) (Resigned June 30, 1951).







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STEPHENS, J. C., Drainage Engineer, Everglades Experiment Station (1950-1950).
STEPHENS, RICHARD BADENOCH, LL.B., Associate Professor of Law (1949-1951).
STERLING, HUGO OTTO, B.S., Assistant Horticulturist, Citrus Experiment Station (1942-
1942).
STERRETT, DELBERT ELLINGSWORTH, M.A., Assistant Professor of Music (1948-1951).
STEVENS, BILLIE KNAPP, M.A., Associate Professor of Professional Physical Education
(1936-1947).
STEVENS, LORENE HELEN, B.S., State Girls' 4-H Club Agent, Agricultural Extension
Service, Tallahassee (1948-1948).
STEVENSON, FRANK VERNON, M.S., Associate Plant Pathologist, Everglades Experiment
Station (1950-1950).
STEWART, IVAN, Ph.D. (Rutgers), Assistant Biochemist, Citrus Experiment Station (1951-
1951).
STEWART, MILDRED PRUDEN, M.A., Associate Professor of Physical Education and Head
of Department of Physical Education for Women (1951-1951).
STONE, WILLIAM MORGAN, M.S., Interim Assistant in Parasitology, Agricultural Ex-
periment Station (1951-1951).
STONER, WARREN NORTON, Ph.D. (California), Assistant Plant Pathologist, Everglades
Experiment Station (1949-1949).
STORER, MORRIS BREWSTER, Ph.D. (Harvard), Professor of Humanities (1947-1947).
STOUT, GERALD JOHN, Ph.D. (Ohio State), Professor of Horticulture (1947-1949).
STOVER, LOREN H., Assistant in Horticulture, Watermelon Investigation Laboratory
(1943-1951).
STRICKLAND, THOMAS WHITNEY, M.A.E., Assistant Professor of Industrial Arts and
Industrial Education (1943-1944).
STRIPLING, ROBERT OLIN, M.A.E., Assistant Professor of Counseling, Placement and
Graduate Studies (1941-1946).
STRYKER, PHILIP DAVID, Ph.D. (Northwestern), Assistant Professor of English (1947-
1947).
SUIT, Ross FRISBIE, Ph.D. (Iowa State), Plant Pathologist, Citrus Experiment Sta-
tion (1945-1946).
SULLIVAN, ARNOLD WAYNE, M.S.E., Assistant Research Professor, Engineering and In-
dustrial Experiment Station (1948-1951).
SUMMERHILL, GEORGE WINSTON, M.B.A., Assistant Professor of Accounting (1948-1948).
SUMMERS, MELVIN DALE, B.F.A., Assistant Professor of Art (1948-1950).
SUSKY, JOHN EARLE, M.A.E., Vocational Appraiser, Veterans' Guidance Center (1950-
1950) (Resigned January 31, 1951).
SUTTON, GEORGE EDWIN, B.S.M.E., Instructor in Mechanical Engineering and As-
sistant in Research, Engineering and Industrial Experiment Station (1948-1951).
SVARLIEN, OSCAR, Ph.D. (North Carolina), Associate Professor of Social Sciences (1946-
1946).
SWANK, GEORGE, Ph.D. (Ohio State), Assistant Plant Pathologist, Central Florida Ex-
periment Station (1950-1950).
SWANSON, DANIEL CRAMER, Ph.D. (Cornell), Professor of Physics (1929-1949).
SWANSON, LEONARD ERWIN, D.V.M. (Ohio State), Professor of Veterinary Science and
Parasitologist, Agricultural Experiment Station (1941-1949).
SWEENEY, VICTOR VALENTINE, M.A., Professor of Insurance (1947-1951).
SWETT, MANETTE, M.A., Teacher, P. K. Yonge Laboratory School (1948-1948).
SWIFT, LEONARD FORDYCE, M.A., Teacher, P. K. Yonge Laboratory School (1948-1948).






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SWINFORD, KENNETH ROBERTS, M.S.F., Associate Professor of Forest Management
(1937-1951).
TARRANT, PAUL, Ph.D. (Duke), Associate Professor of Chemistry (1946-1951).
TAYLOR, GRACE ELIZABETH, M.A. in L.S., Assistant in Reference, Library (1950-1950).
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).
TENNANT, JOHN LESLIE, Ph.D. (Cornell), Visiting Economist, Agricultural Experiment
Station (1951-1951).
TESELLE, CLARENCE JOHN, LL.B., Professor of Law (1928-1929).
TEW, ROY EDWARDS, M.A., Assistant Professor of Speech and Associate, Speech and
Hearing Clinic (1937-1951).
THAMES, WALTER HENDRIX, M.S., Assistant Entomologist, Everglades Experiment Station
(1948-1948).
THOMAS, GERALD ANDREW, M.S., Instructor in Chemistry (1946-1950).
THOMASON, OLIVER BRUCE, Ph.D. (Pennsylvania State), Associate Professor of Sociology
(1942-1951).
THOMPSON, ARTHUR WILLIAM, M.A., Assistant Professor of Social Sciences (1946-1947).
THOMPSON, BUFORD DALE, M.S.A., Interim Assistant Horticulturist, Agricultural Ex-
periment Station (1948-1948).
THOMPSON, LEONARD GARNETT, Ph.D. (Iowa State), Soils Chemist, North Florida
Experiment Station (1945-1946).
THOMPSON, ROBERT ALDEN, M.S. Eng., 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 (1947-1951).
THORNTON, GEORGE DANIEL, Ph.D. (Iowa State) Professor of Soils and Soils Micro-
biologist, Agricultural Experiment Station (1941-1949).
THURSTON, JAMES N., D.Sc. (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), Associate Pro-
fessor of Electrical Engineering and Associate Research Professor, Engineering and
Industrial Experiment Station (1949-1949).
TIFFIN, WILLIAM TRUITT, M.S.M.E., Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering,
(1944-1947).
TILLEY, WESLEY H., M.A., Assistant Professor of Humanities (1949-1949).
TIMMONS, DOYAL EDGAR, M.S.A., Marketing Economist, Agricultural Extension Service
(1927-1931) (On leave 1951-1952).
TISDALE, WILLIAM BURLEIGH, Ph.D. (Wisconsin), Professor of Botany and Bacteriology
and Head of Department; Plant Pathologist and Head of Department, Agricultural
Experiment Station (1922-1939).
TIsoN, JEAN PIEPER, M.A.E., Instructor in Elementary Education (1936-1948).
TissoT, ARCHIE NEWTON, Ph.D. (Ohio State), Entomologist and Head of Depart-
ment, Agricultural Experiment Station (1925-1946).
TOMLIN, ROBERT FRANKLIN, LL.B., Assistant Professor of Law (1949-1950). (Deceased
December 23, 1951)
TOPETE, JOSE MANUEL, Ph.D. (Southern California), Interim Assistant Professor of
Spanish (1949-1949) (Resigned June 15, 1951).
TORNWALL, GEORGE EDWARD, M.B.A., Interim Instructor in Accounting (1950-1950)
(Resigned June 30, 1951).
TURRACA, PASQUALE MARIO, M.Arch., A.I.A., Professor of Architecture (1947-1950).







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TOWNSEND, JOHN DEBER, B.S., Lieut. Colonel, Assistant Professor of Military Science
and Tactics (1950-1950).
TOWNSEND, JULIUS CHARLES, B.S., Agricultural Statistician, Agricultural Experiment
Station (1945-1945).
TOWNSEND, KENNETH GRAHAM, B.S.A., Assistant in Entomology-Pathology, Citrus
Experiment Station (1950-1950).
TOWNSEND, RUTH OVERSTREET, Professional Assistant, Home Economics, Agricultural
Experiment Station (1950-1950) (Resigned June 30, 1951).
TRAXLER, FELICIA W., M.A., Instructor in Information and Service, General Ex-
tension Division (1928-1928).
TRUJILLO, VIDAL, M.A., Assistant Professor of Spanish (1944-1946).
TUCKER, WOODSON COLEMAN, M.S., Instructor in Chemistry (1946-1951).
TURNER, GLOVER MANUEL, LL.B., Assistant Dean of the General Extension Division
in Charge of Extension Class Teaching (1929-1945).
TUTTLE, FRANK WALDO, Ph.D. (Iowa), Associate Professor of Economics (1935-1947).
TYNER, MACK, Ph.D. (Cincinnati), Associate Professor of Chemical Engineering (1944-
1944).
VALK, MELVIN EHRMAN, Ph.D. (Wisconsin), Associate Professor of German (1947-
1947).
VAN NESS, GLENN, D.V.M. (Kansas State), Associate Professor of Veterinary Science
and Associate Poultry Pathologist, Agricultural Experiment Station (1946-1946).
VEDDER, CLYDE BENNETT, Ph.D. (Southern California), Assistant Professor of Social
Sciences and Sociology (1948-1948).
VEITH, DONALD PRIOR, M.A., Assistant Professor of English (1946-1946) (On leave
1951-1952).
VERMILYE, DYCKMAN WARE, M.A., Interim Director of Housing (1950-1951).
VOLK, GAYLORD MONROE, Ph.D. (Wisconsin), Soils Chemist, Agricultural Experiment
Station (1939-1939).
VOORHEES, RICHARD KENNETH, Ph.D. (Minnesota), Associate Horticulturist, Citrus Ex-
periment Station (1931-1947) (Resigned June 30, 1951).
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).
WAGLOW, IRVING FREDERICK, M.Ed., Assistant Professor of Physical Education and As-
sistant Head of Department (1946-1946).
WAKEFIELD, TROY MARSHALL, M.S.T., Interim Assistant Professor of Youth Training
and Consultant in Library Services, General Extension Division (1951-1951).
WALKER, BIRON HELTON, M.A., Assistant Professor of English (1942-1947).
WALKER, JAMES H., M.S.A., Assistant Soil Surveyor, Agricultural Experiment Station
(1949-1949).
WALKER, MARY H., M.A., Teacher, P. K. Yonge Laboratory School (1950-1950) (Re-
signed July 25, 1951).
WALKER, ROBERT DIXON, M.S., Professor of Chemical Engineering and Research Pro-
fessor, Engineering and Industrial Experiment Station (1944-1944).
WALKER, SUE ROBERTS, B.S., Assistant in Serials, Library (1947-1947).
WALKER, VIRGINIA HALL, Associate Resident, Mallory Hall (1949-1951).
WALLACE, ALVIN THOMAS, Ph.D. (North Carolina State), Interim Assistant Professor
of Agronomy, Agricultural Experiment Station (1950-1951).







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WALLACE, HAROLD DEAN, Ph.D. (Cornell), Assistant Professor of Animal Husbandry
and Assistant Animal Husbandman, Agricultural Experiment Station (1950-1951).
WALLACE, HOWARD KEEFER, Ph.D. (Florida), Professor of Biology (1932-1949).
WALLACE, MAXWELL JOSEPH, Ph.D. (Cornell), Assistant Professor of French (1936-
1951).
WALLACE, PATRICIA EVELYN, B.S., Assistant Director of Florida Union (1950-1951).
WALLACE, RUSSELL WILLIS, B.S., Associate Agronomist, Mobile Unit, Agricultural Ex-
periment Station (1942-1942).
WALLBRUNN, HENRY MAURICE, Ph.D. (Chicago), Interim Assistant Professor of Biology
(1951-1951).
WALLIN, JEAN MILDRED, M.A., Associate Resident, Grove Hall (1951-1951) (Resigned
June 24, 1951).
WALTER, JAMES MUNDAY, Ph.D. (Minnesota), Plant Pathologist, Gulf Coast Experi-
mental Station (1947-1947).
WALTERS, KENNETH C., M.A., Instructor in Mathematics (1949-1949) (Resigned Sep-
tember 15, 1951).
WANDER, IRVIN WOODROW, Ph.D. (Ohio State), Soils Chemist, Citrus Experiment Station
(1947-1947).
WARFEL, HARRY REDCAY, Ph.D. (Yale), Professor of English (1948-1948).
WARNER, JACOB DEWEY, M.S., Vice Director in Charge, North Florida Experiment Sta-
tion (1929-1944). (Deceased November 17, 1951).
WARREN, BARBARA K., M.A., Assistant Professor of Art (1949-1950). (See Ebersole)
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, Louis ADDISON, M.A., Assistant Professor of English (1949-1949) (On leave
1951-1952).
WATHEN, LAWRENCE JAMES, M.A., Assistant Professor in Humanities (1950-1951). _
WATKINS, JOHN VERTREES, M.S.A., Associate Professor of Horticulture (1926-1948).
WATKINS, LAURA JONES, M.A., Instructor in Foundations of Education (1943-1950).
WATKINS, MARSHALL OWEN, M.Ag., Assistant Director, Agricultural Extension Service
(1941-1950).
WATKINS, MAUD C., M.A.E., Teacher, P. K. Yonge Laboratory School (1946-1948).
WATTENBARGER, JAMES LORENZO, Ed.D. (Florida), Assistant Professor of Foundations of
Education (1947-1951).
WEAVER, JENNINGS CLARK, Ph.M., Assistant Professor of Speech (1949-1949).
WEBB, BRYAN, M.S.E.E., Instructor in Electrical Engineering and Assistant in Research,
Engineering and Industrial Experiment Station (1950-1950).
WEBB, JOHN NYE, Ph.D. (Columbia), Professor of Economics (1943-1944).
WEBB, THOMAS ELLIOT, B.S.A., Assistant in Agronomy, North Florida Experiment Sta-
tion (1950-1950).
WEBBER, MARION GEORGE, M.S.P., Interim Instructor in Pharmacy (1950-1950) (Re-
signed June 30, 1951).
WEBER, GEORGE FREDERICK, Ph.D. (Wisconsin), Professor of Plant Pathology and Pro-
fessor of Forestry (1922-1938).
WEBSTER, RAYMOND HARRIS, Ph.D. (Ohio State), Assistant Agronomist, Everglades Ex-
periment Station (1950-1950).
WEEKLY, ELSIE, M.S., Head Resident, Mallory Hall (1949-1951).






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WEEKS, JAMES BARNETT, B.S., Assistant in Entomology-Pathology, Citrus Experiment
Station (1950-1950).
WEEKS, MARGARET SIGMON, M.A., Associate Professor of Physical Education (1947-1949)
(Resigned June 30, 1951).
WEIL, JOSEPH, M.S., Dean of the College of Engineering and Professor of Electrical Engi-
neering (1921-1938).
WEIMER, RAE O., Director of the School of Journalism and Professor of Journalism
(1949-1951).
WELBORN, ELIZABETH C., M.A.E., Assistant in Reference, Library (1949-1949).
WELCH, A. PHILIP, Ph.D. (Ohio State), Assistant Research Professor, Engineering and
Industrial Experiment Station (1950-1950).
WENZEL, FREDERICK WILLIAM, Ph.D. (Massachusetts), Chemist, Citrus Experiment Sta-
tion (1948-1948).
WERSHOW, IRVING ROBERT, Ph.D. (Yale), Assistant Professor of Spanish (1946-1946).
WESCOTT, ROGER W., Ph.D. (Princeton), Interim Assistant Professor of Humanities
(1950-1950) (Resigned June 30, 1951).
WEST, ERDMAN, M.S., Professor of Botany; Botanist and Mycologist, Agricultural Ex-
periment Station (1925-1946).
WEST, STANLEY LEROY, LL.B., B.S. in L.S., Director of Libraries and Professor of
Bibliography (1938-1948).
WESTFALL, MINTER JACKSON, Ph.D. (Cornell), Assistant Professor of Biological Science
(1947-1947).
WESTGATE, PHILIP JOHN, Ph.D. (Cornell), Associate Horticulturist, Central Florida Ex-
periment Station (1943-1949).
WHITE, DAVID CALVIN, Ph.D. (Stanford), Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering
and Associate Research Professor, Engineering and Industrial Experiment Station
(1949-1949).
WHITE, JAKE B., B.S.A., Associate Agronomist, Mobile Unit, Agricultural Experiment Sta-
tion (1941-1944).
WHITE, JOSEPH BENTON, Ph.D. (Peabody), Dean of the College of Education and
Professor of Education (1948-1949).
WHITEHEAD, RICHARD HOLMES, B.A., Assistant Registrar (1938-1938).
WHITNER, BENJAMIN FRANKLIN, B.S.A., Assistant Horticulturist, Central Florida Experi-
ment Station (1922-1945).
WHITTLESEY, EDWARD DEMING, B.A., Director of Public Relations (1949-1949).
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, Graduate School of Inter-American
Studies and Professor of History (1950-1951).
WILKES, DORIS ELAINE, M.A., Head Resident, Grove Hall (1950-1951).
WILKINS, WOODROW W., B.Arch., Assistant Professor of Architecture (1949-1951) (Re-
signed September 15, 1951).
WILKOWSKE, HOWARD H., Ph.D., (Iowa State), Assistant Professor of Dairy Manufac-
tures and Assistant Dairy Technologist, Agricultural Experiment Station (1950-
1950).
WILLIAMS, CLIFFORD DAVID, C.E., Professor of Civil Engineering and Research Professor,
Engineering and Industrial Experiment Station (1945-1945).
WILLIAMS, HERMAN BARNES, B.M.E., Associate Research Professor, Engineering and In-
dustrial Experiment Station (1946-1947).
WILLIAMS, OSBORNE, Ph.D. (Chicago), Assistant Professor of Psychology (1927-1927).







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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). (On leave 1951-1952).
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).
WILLSON, ALLAN EDMOND, B.S.A., Associate Biochemist, Citrus Experiment Station
(1947-1948) (Resigned December 15, 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. Eng., Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering (1933-
1943).
WILSON, KATIE E., M.Ed., Assistant Director of Admissions (1951-1951).
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, M.S., Assistant Dairy Husbandman, Agricultural Experiment Sta-
tion (1951-1951).
WINN, COLUMBIA, M.A., Assistant Professor of Foundations of Education (1949-1949).
WINSOR, ARTHUR NELSON, M.S.E., Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering (1945-1948).
WINSOR, HERBERT WILLIAMS, B.S.A., Assistant Chemist, Agricultural Experiment Station
(1930-1930).
WIRTALA, ARNOLD ERNEST, M.M., Instructor in Music (1948-1948) (On leave 1951-52).
WISE, JACOB HOOPER, 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, M.S.A., Instructor in Agronomy (1949-1949) (Resigned June
30, 1951).
WOFFORD, KATE VIXON, Ph.D. (Columbia), Professor of Education and Head of Ele-
mentary Education (1947-1947).
WOISLAWSKI, SIEGFRIED, Ph.D. (Berlin), Assistant Professor of Cancer Research (1949-
1949).
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 (1930-1938).
WOLFENBARGER, DANIEL OTIS, Ph.D. (Cornell), Entomologist, Subtropical Experiment
Station (1945-1948).
WOLFF, GEORGE ELLIOTT, M.A., Instructor in Social Sciences (1948-1948).
WOLFORD, A. F., Assistant Meteorologist, Weather Forecasting Service, Agricultural Ex-
periment Station (1941-1941).
WOLOWIcz, CHESTER HENRY, M.S.M.E., Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering
(1951-1951).
WOODALL, ROSALIE CAROLYN, M.S., Assistant in Research, Engineering and Industrial
Experiment Station (1951-1951).






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WOODRUFF, GEORGE ROBERT, B.S.Eng., Head Football Coach and Director of Intercol-
legiate Athletics (1950-1950).
WORCESTER, DONALD EMMET, Ph.D. (California), Associate Professor of History and
Social Sciences (1947-1951).
WUNDERLICH, HENRY, Ph.D. (Texas), Associate Professor of Psychology (1945-1947).
WYATT, JOHN WALTON, LL.M., Assistant Professor of Business Law (1948-1950).
YODER, LOWELL CURTIS, M.A., Associate Professor of Marketing (1949-1949).
YOHO, 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, JULIEN CHANDLER, Director, P. K. Yonge Library of Florida History (1944-
1944).
YONGE, PHILIP KEYES, LL.B., Associate Professor of Law (1949-1951).
YOUNG, JOHN WILLIAM, M.A., Instructor in Mathematics (1946-1946).
YOUNGS, MARIAN AMELIA, M.A. in L.S., Assistant Librarian and Assistant Professor of
Library Science; Head of Audio-Visual Aids Department, Library (1934-1950).
ZETROUER, WALLACE FEASTER, M.S.E., Assistant in Research, Engineering and Industrial
Experiment Station (1943-1946).
ZIEGLER, EDWIN ALLEN, M.A., Sc.D., (Franklin and Marshall), Professor Emeritus of
Forest Economics and Management (1937-1937) (Retired June 30, 1951).
ZIEGLER, Louis WILLIAM, M.S.A., Associate Professor of Horticulture (1930-1951).
ZIEGLER, RAYMOND JOHN, M.B.A., Instructor in Statistics (1949-1949).
ZIMMERMAN, IRENE, M.A. in L.S., Assistant Librarian in Reference, Library (1951-
1951).
ZIMPFER, WALTER HENRY, M.S., Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering and Assistant
Research Professor, Engineering and Industrial Experiment Station (1950-1950).
ZINN, CHARLES JOSEPH, M.D. (Pennsylvania), University Physician (1947-1947). (Re-
signed December 15, 1950).



MEMBERS OF THE FACULTY WHO RETIRED PRIOR TO THE

1951-1952 SESSION

ATKIN, ERNEST GEORGE, Ph.D. (Harvard), Professor of French (1950).
BLACKLOCK, RAYMOND WILLIAM, B.A., State Boys' Club Agent, Agricultural Extension
Service (1949).
BLESS, ARTHUR AARON, Ph.D. (Cornell), Professor Emeritus of Physics and Director of
Bioelectric Potentials Project (1951).
BRISTOL, LucIus MOODY, Ph.D. (Harvard), Professor Emeritus of Sociology (1945).
BRISTOL, MARY CORNELL, B.S., Biology Librarian (1949).
BROWN, HAMLIN L., B.S.A., Dairy Husbandman, Agricultural Extension Service (1946).
BRUSH, WARREN DAVID, Ph.D. (American), Instructor in Dendrology (1951).
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, Veteran Guidance Center (1950).
CRANDALL, CLIFFORD WALDORF, LL.B., LL.D., Professor Emeritus of Law (1949).
DEBUSK, EZRA FRANKLIN, B.S., Citriculturist, Agricultural Extension Service (1947).









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DUNN, CHARLOTTE DELIA, M.A., Instructor in Education (1950).
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 Experi-
ment Station (1945).
FULK, JOSEPH RICHARD, Ph.D. (Nebraska), Professor of Public School Administration
(1945).
GENOVAR, FRANK DENNIS, Instructor in Physical Education and Swimming Coach
(1951).
GRAHAM, KLEIN HARRISON, LL.D., Business Manager (1948).
HATHAWAY, WILLIAM BYRON, M.A., Associate Professor Emeritus of Spanish (1944).
HUME, H. HAROLD, D.Sc. (Clemson), Litt. D. (Florida), Provost Emeritus for Agri-
culture; Dean Emeritus of the College of Agriculture (1949).
LEAKE, JAMES MILLER, Ph.D. (Johns Hopkins), Professor Emeritus of History (1950).
LITTLE, WILBERT ALVA, M.A., Professor Emeritus of Ancient Languages (1945).
MEAD, ARTHUR RAYMOND, Ph.D. (Columbia), Ed. D. (Miami), Director, Bureau of
Educational Research and Professor Emeritus of Education (1950).
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).
REED, PERCY LAWRENCE, M.S., Professor of Civil Engineering (1945).
ROGERS, RUBY ROSE, M.A.E., Instructor in Education (1949).
SHEALY, ARTHUR LISTON, D.V.M. (McKillip), Head Professor Emeritus of Animal Hus-
bandry and Animal Husbandman; and Head of Department, Agricultural Experi-
ment Station and Agricultural Extension Service (1949).
SHEELY, WALTER JEFFERSON, B.S., Animal Husbandman, Agricultural Extension Service
(1949).
SIMPSON, THOMAS MARSHALL, Ph.D. (Wisconsin), Dean Emeritus of the Graduate
School and Professor Emeritus of Mathematics (1951).
SPENCER, ARTHUR PERCIVAL, M.S., Director of the Agricultural Extension Service
(1947).
STEVENS, FREDERICK DELOS, B.S., Sugarcane Agronomist, Everglades Experiment Sta-
tion (1950).
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.
WALKER, EDGAR SMITH, B.S., Professor of Mechanical Engineering (1945).
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
Forest Economics and Management (1951).






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COUNTY AND HOME DEMONSTRATION AGENTS,

AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION SERVICE

ADAMS, DONALD EZELL, B.S.A., Assistant Leon County Agent (1950-1951).
ARMOR, JADIE O., B.S.A.E., Assistant Hillsborough County Agent (1941-1941).
ATKINSON, ETHEL, B.A., Escambia County Home Demonstration Agent (1929-1929).
AYERS, EDWARD LEE, B.S., Manatee County Agent (1922-1924).
BAETZMAN, FREDERICK ERNEST, B.S.A., Orange County Agent (1935-1935).
BAILLIE, A. DAVID, B.S.A., Marion County Agent (1943-1950).
BAKER, PAULINE B., B.S.H.E., Assistant Orange County Home Demonstration Agent
(1951-1951).
BARBER, FREDERICK WILLIAM, B.S.A., Okaloosa County Agent (1936-1939) (Resigned
June 30, 1951).
BARCO, JOHNNIE FRANK, B.S.A., Assistant Manatee County Agent (1950-1950).
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).
BELL, STUART CRAIG, B.S.A., Holmes County Agent (1940-1940).
BELOW, CHARLES CLAYTON, M.Ag., Clay County Agent (1950-1951).
BLITCH, LOONIS, B.A.E., Alachua County Agent (1931-1931).
BOMGARDNER, HELEN INEZ, M.S., Assistant Duval County Home Demonstration Agent
(1951-1951).
BOOTH, EDWIN W., B.S.A., Assistant Hillsborough County Agent (1946-1946).
BOTTS, LORA A., B.S., Santa Rosa County Home Demonstration Agent (1947-1947).
BOUDET, MARCEL A., B.S.A., Indian River County Agent (1943-1943).
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).
BROCK, MARGUERITE RISH, B.S.H.E., Walton County Home Demonstration Agent (1946-
1947) (Resigned July 31, 1951).
BROTHERS, SHELBY LEE, B.S.A., Lafayette County Agent (1935-1935).
BROWN, LALEAH BURNETT, B.S., Sarasota County Home Demonstration Agent (1947-
1947).
BUFFINGTON, MARY DELEEN, B.S.H.E., Assistant Escambia County Home Demonstration
Agent (1950-1950).
CAMPBELL, JOHN DOUGLAS, B.S.A., Assistant Dade County Agent (1947-1947).
CARLTON, MINNIE MCCLAMROCK, B.S., Polk County Home Demonstration Agent
(1949-1950).
CARR, HORACE MIXON, B.S.A., Assistant Calhoun County Agent (1951-1951).
CAUSEY, JOHN HJALMAR, B.S.A., Assistant Palm Beach County Agent (1948-1948).
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).
CLAY, RALPH THOMAS, B.S.A., Assistant Putnam County Agent (1949-1949).
CLEMMONS, ALEXANDER HERSCHEL, B.S.A., Okaloosa County Agent (1948-1951).
COBB, LEONARD CLARENCE, B.S.A., Assistant Suwannee County Agent (1951-1951).






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COLSON, LUCILLE B., B.S.H.E., Assistant Duval County Home Demonstration Agent
(1947-1947).
COWEN, ELIZABETH MAE, B.S., Suwannee County Home Demonstration Agent (1949-
1949) (Resigned December 31, 1950).
COWEN, WILLIAM JOSHUA, B.S.A., Union County Agent (1946-1948).
CUNNINGHAM, LEMUEL EDWARD, B.S.A., Assistant Pinellas County Agent (1947-1947).
DAUGHTRY, MAMIE, B.S., Hardee County Home Demonstration Agent (1947-1951).
DAVIS, ANNE DORSEY, B.S.E., Manatee County Home Demonstration Agent (1946-
1946).
DAVIS, HENRY PITTMAN, B.S.A., Assistant Santa Rosa County Agent (1950-1950).
DAVIS, JOHNNIE EVERETTE, B.S.A., Assistant Manatee County Agent (1948-1948).
DAWSON, CHARLES RALPH, M.S.A., Seminole County Agent (1934-1934).
DENINGTON, FRANCES POYNER, B.S., Assistant Alachua County Home Demonstration
Agent (1949-1951).
DICKENSON, ELIZABETH CARRIE, B.S., Orange County Home Demonstration Agent (1941-
1941).
DICKINSON, CLARENCE LEROY, B.S.A.E., Dixie County Agent (1943-1943).
DRIGGERS, ALBERT GILCHRIST, B.S.A., Gadsden County Agent (1945-1945).
EBY, EDNA LOUISE, B.S.H.E., Volusia County Home Demonstration Agent (1943-1948).
EDSON, SETON NORMAN, M.S., Assistant Pinellas County Agent (1950-1950) (Resigned
June 30, 1951).
EDWARDS, J. LAWRENCE, B.S.A., Assistant Dade County Agent (1935-1936).
ELKINS, RUTH McKEOWN, B.S.H.E., Taylor 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).
FARRELL, WILBURN CARLOS, M.A., Assistant Sumter County Agent (1951-1951).
FLOYD, BEN HARRELL, B.S.A., Assistant Escambia County Agent (1951-1951).
FRAZIER, DORIS E., B.S., Assistant Polk County Home Demonstration Agent (1950-
1950).
GATLIN, FLORENCE LOU, B.S., Calhoun County Home Demonstration Agent (1949-1949).
GAY, EUNICE F., B.A., Brevard County Home Demonstration Agent (1934-1934).
GEORGE, HARRY E., M.A., Gilchrist County Agent (1946-1946).
GLENN, WOODROW WILSON, B.S.A., Jackson County Agent (1944-1944).
GRADY, EUNICE, M.S., Dade County Home Demonstration Agent (1934-1934).
GREEN, FRED JACKSON, B.S.A., Assistant Calhoun County Agent (1949-1949) (Resigned
January 31, 1951).
GUNN, JUNE RAWLS, B.S.A.E., Osceola County Agent (1923-1923).
HADDOX, JACKSON ALEXANDER, M.A., Assistant Polk County Agent (1951-1951).
HAMRICK, OLIVER E., M.Ag., Madison County Agent (1950-1951).
HARRELL, AUBREY LUTHER, B.S.A., Assistant Columbia County Agent (1950-1950).
HARRIS, BERT JEROME, B.S.A., Assistant Highlands County Agent (1948-1948).
HARRISON, HENRY OSCAR, B.A.E., Washington County Agent (1944-1946).
HAYMAN, WILLIAM PAUL, B.S.A., Polk County Agent (1928-1928).
HEATH, ALYNE CARTER, Jackson County Home Demonstration Agent (1943-1943).
HEIST, ANNA EUGENIA, B.S.H.E., St. Johns County Home Demonstration Agent (1917-
1917).
HEUCK, CARL PETER, B.S.A., Lee County Agent (1926-1926).
HIGGINS, JAMES FRANCIS, M.A., Pasco County Agent (1944-1944).
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HUDSON, ELIZABETH EULALIA, B.S.H.E., Assistant Palm Beach County Home Demonstra-
tion Agent (1951-1951).
HUGGINS, GEORGE THOMAS, B.S.A., Baker County Agent (1941-1950).
HUTCHISON, ARNOLD GLEN, Glades County Agent (1942-1942).
JERNAGAN, JULIA PRICE, B.S., Nassau County Home Demonstration Agent (1947-1947).
JOHNSON, HUBERT L., Hendry County Agent (1944-1944).
JOHNSON, LEVI MOTT, B.S.A., Martin County Agent (1944-1944).
JONES, RALPH FISHER, B.S.A., Assistant Duval County Agent (1950-1950) (Resigned
August 31, 1951).
JONES, THOMAS BYRON, B.S.A., Calhoun County Agent (1948-1948).
KALCH, LESTER W., B.S.A., Assistant Alachua County Agent (1951-1951).
KELLY, EARL MCNEIL, B.S.A., Assistant Polk County Agent (1950-1951).
KENDRICK, WILSON HARPER, B.S.A., Assistant Polk County Agent (1946-1946).
KENT, OLGA MARY, B.S.H.E., Assistant Dade County Home Demonstration Agent (1935-
1935).
KIERCE, STERNER CLIVE, B.S.A., Taylor County Agent (1934-1950).
KILLGORE, SAMMIE JORDAN, B.S., St. Lucie County Home Demonstration Agent (1948-
1950).
KIME, CHARLES DAVIDSON, B.S., St. Lucie County Agent (1917-1944).
KING, EMILY ELIZABETH, B.S., Assistant Hillsborough County Home Demonstration
Agent (1946-1946).
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).
LAFFITTE, ELISE NOLTING, Gadsden County Home Demonstration Agent (1923-1925).
LAFFITTE, PEARL GARNET, B.S., Duval County Home Demonstration Agent (1919-1920).
LAIRD, ADDISON SHULER, M.S.A., Wakulla County Agent (1936-1936).
LAIRD, CUBIE R., B.S.A., Gulf County Agent (1945-1945).
LANDER, DONALD WILSON, M.A., Assistant Sarasota County Agent (1950-1950).
LATTIMER, CHARLOTTE M., B.S.H.E., Pinellas County Home Demonstration Agent (1950-
1950).
LAWTON, ALBERT SIDNEY, B.S., Duval County Agent (1927-1927).
LAWTON, BEVERLY ELDRIDGE, B.S., Broward County Agent (1921-1932).
LOGAN, JOHN HENRY, B.S.A., Pinellas County Agent (1927-1927).
MCCALL, EMMETT DEHRYL, B.S.A.E., Santa Rosa County Agent (1942-1942).
MCCLANE, THOMAS K., B.S.A., Bradford County Agent (1936-1936).
McCLOUD, DANIEL DAVID, B.S.A., Interim Hamilton County Agent (1935-1951).
McCowN, JACK THOMAS, B.S.A., Assistant Lake County Agent (1951-1951).
MCINTYRE, ARCHIBALD EDWARD CARSON, B.S.A., Assistant Dade County Agent (1949-
1949).
McLEOD, MARY CURTIS, B.S.H.E., Jefferson County Home Demonstration Agent (1948-
1948).
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 (1935-1942).
McSWINE, JOSEPHINE H., B.S.H.E., Alachua County Home Demonstration Agent (1945-
1945).
MAINES, ORLANDO MELVIN, B.S.A., Sumter County Agent (1942-1942).
MALONE, JOSEPH WHEELER, B.S., Interim Leon County Agent (1929-1951).
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MARTIN, EDITH MYZELLE, B.S., Suwannee County Home Demonstration Agent (1951-
1951).
MEDLIN, QUENTIN, B.S.A., Citrus County Agent (1947-1950).
MICHAUD, MILDRED JOHNSON, B.S.H.E., Assistant Palm Beach County Home Demonstra-
tion Agent (1943-1943) (Resigned August 31, 1951).
MILLER, HERBERT LEROY, B.S.A., Collier County Agent (1950-1950).
MILLER, LUCIE KRAMER, B.S., Lake County Home Demonstration Agent (1936-1936).
MILLS, NELLIE D., B.S., Leon County Home Demonstration Agent (1948-1948).
MINCHIN, MARY L., B.S.H.E., Washington County Home Demonstration Agent (1948-
1948).
MOUNTS, MARVIN UMPHREY, Palm Beach County Agent (1925-1929).
MURPHY, SUE POWERS, B.S., Levy County Home Demonstration Agent (1950-1950).
NESMITH, AMBROSE E., B.S.A., Hamilton County Agent (1947-1947) (On leave 1951-
1952).
NESMITH, JAMES, M.S.A., Assistant.Brevard County Agent (1950-1950).
NORRIS, ROBERT ELFRED, B.S.A., Lake County Agent (1935-1937).
ODOM, ALBERT HILL, B.S.A., Jefferson County Agent (1947-1951).
OXER, VAN TUYL, B.S.A., Highlands County Agent (1944-1944).
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).
PLATT, WILLIAM J., M.S.A., Volusia County Agent (1936-1936).
PRYOR, ROBERT SHEPHERD, B.S., Assistant Broward County Agent (1946-1946).
RADNEY, CAMILLA R., B.S., Liberty County Home Demonstration Agent (1947-1947).
RHODEN, JAMES LLOYD, B.S.A., Leon County Agent (1946-1946). (On leave 1951-1952).
RICKENBAKER, THOMAS DEWEY, B.S., Levy County Agent (1936-1936).
ROBBINS, CAREY ARNETT, B.S.A., Assistant Marion County Agent (1949-1949).
ROESEL, TILLIE A., M.S.A., Sumter County Home Demonstration Agent (1927-1927).
Ross, DOROTHY P., B.S.H.E., Bradford County Home Demonstration Agent (1947-1948).
ROWAN, EDSEL WRIGHT, B.S.A., Assistant Citrus County Agent (1950-1950).
RUSH, ALLIE LEE, B.S., Marion County Home Demonstration Agent (1929-1929).
SEWELL, GLENN MCCLELLAN, Columbia County Home Demonstration Agent (1945-
1945).
SMITH, JAMES B., B.S.A., Assistant Pasco County Agent (1950-1950).
SORENSON, JOHANNES AUGUST, Bay County Agent (1943-1944).
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 R., B.S.H.E., Pasco County Home Demonstration Agent (1950-1950).
STEFFANI, CHARLES HENRY, Dade County Agent (1926-1928).
STEPHENS, EUGENE NORBERT, B.S.A., Escambia County Agent (1941-1941).
STEVENSON, EMMA LOUISE, B.S.H.E., Gulf County Home Demonstration Agent (1946-
1950).
SUMNERS, FRED CLIFTON, B.S.A., Madison County Agent (1948-1950) (Resigned August
15, 1951).
SWANSON, HENRY FREDERICK, M.A., Assistant Orange County Agent (1948-1948).
TAYLOR, EULA LOUISE, B.S., Broward County Home Demonstration Agent (1937-1937).
THOMAS, MURIEL GLADYS, B.S.H.E., Assistant Pinellas County Home Demonstration
Agent (1950-1950).
TOWNSEND, THOMAS RALPH, B.S.A., Assistant Volusia County Agent (1948-1948).

























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TURNER, DORIS R., B.S., Citrus County Home Demonstration Agent (1941-1941).
VANCE, EDMUND HUME, B.S.A., Hardee County Agent (1928-1928).
WARD, LAURENA GROOM, B.S., Holmes County Home Demonstration Agent (1948-1948).
WARREN, EMMA SUE, B.S., Assistant Duval County Home Demonstration Agent (1949-
1949) (Resigned September 15, 1951).
WATSON, JAMES N., B.S.A., Columbia County Agent (1946-1949).
WEEKS, ETHEL IRENE, B.S.H.E., Assistant Hillsborough County Home Demonstration
Agent (1951-1951).
WHITE, ALEC, B.S.A., Hillsborough County Agent (1935-1935).
WILDER, BENNIE F., Madison County Home Demonstration Agent (1936-1936).
WILKINS, MITCHELL, B.S.A., Walton County Agent (1928-1928).
WOODARD, LILA, B.S., Seminole County Home Demonstration Agent (1944-1944).
WOODBERY, IVAN S., B.S., Assistant Gadsden County Home Demonstration Agent (1947-
1947).
WOODS, WILLIAM LYLE, B.A., DeSoto County Agent (1943-1943).
ZORN, WILLIAM CARLTON, B.S.A., Assistant Jackson County Agent (1949-1949).






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GENERAL INFORMATION

HISTORICAL NOTE
The University of Florida is a combined state university and land-grant college
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, providing lands for state institutions of higher learning which would promote agri-
culture, mechanical arts, and military science, resulted 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 learning 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 directions of the Board of Con-
trol, 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 expenses incurred in the performance of duty. Under the Consti-
tution 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 Super-
intendent 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 27,000. Situated in the rolling highlands of 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 rarely 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 Gulf of Mexico, meccas of deep-sea fishermen, are within a two hours'
drive. As the seat of Alachua County, the city is the focal point of diversified industrial
and farming activities.
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,
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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 Incarnation (Episcopal), Westminster Fellowship, the 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 interest 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 Instruction, secretary.
University affairs are administered by the president with the advice and assistance
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 advanced work in the colleges and
schools of the Upper Division. Upon the successful completion of the University College
program, a student receives the Certificate of Associate of Arts.

THE UPPER DIVISION

The College of Agriculture offers curricula in all of the major fields of agriculture
and grants the degree Bachelor of Science in Agriculture.
The College of Architecture and Allied Arts offers curricula in architecture, building
construction, landscape architecture, interior design, painting and drawing, commercial
art, crafts, and costume design, and confers the degrees of Bachelor of Architecture,
Bachelor of Building Construction, Bachelor of Landscape Architecture, Bachelor of
Design, Bachelor of Fine Arts, and Bachelor of Applied 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 liberal art fields. It gives many of the courses in mathematics,
science, social sciences and humanities required in the curricula of other colleges.
The College of Business Administration offers curricular programs leading to the
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fields of business and a program in public administration leading to the degree, Bachelor
of Science in Public Administration.
The College of Education has curricula in elementary and secondary school in-
struction 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. It
also administers the P. K. Yonge Laboratory School enrolling students from the kinder-
garten through the secondary school program.
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 Electrical Engineering, Bachelor of Industrial Engineering and
Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering.
The School of Forestry is a unit of the College of Agriculture, offering a professional
curriculum in forestry and wildlife management leading to the degree of Bachelor of
Science in Forestry.
The School of Journalism is a unit of the College of Arts and Sciences. It offers
curricula leading to the degree, Bachelor of Science in Journalism.
The College of Law offers a curriculum leading to the degree, Bachelor of Laws.
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 program, intramural athletics and offers a profes-
sional curriculum leading to the degree of Bachelor of Science in Physical Education and
Health, and also a degree of Master of Physical Education and Health.

SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONAL UNITS SERVING ALL COLLEGES AND SCHOOLS

The Division of Music has the responsibility for such musical organizations as the
University Bands, Orchestras and Glee Clubs and offers courses in the following areas:
(1) Theory of Music, (2) History, Literature and Appreciation, (3) Applied Music,
(4) Music Education and (5) Ensemble Music.
The Division of Military Science and Tactics gives the four-year program of the
R. O. T. C. leading to a reserve commission in Field Artillery, Infantry and Transporta-
tion Corps.
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. Options are offered in Ad-
ministration and Logistics, Air Installations, General Technique, and Flight Operations.
The Department of Required Physical Education administers the program in phy-
sical fitness and sports required of all students.
The Radio Broadcasting curriculum offers opportunity for specializing in radio and
television work including operation, programming and commercial aspect.

GRADUATE INSTRUCTION

The Graduate School offers programs leading to the degrees of Doctor of Philosophy
in a number of fields, Doctor of Education, Master of Arts, Master of Science, Master'
of Arts in Education, Master of Arts in Architecture, Master of Science in Building
Construction, Master of Fine Arts, Master of Science in Agriculture, Master of Science
in Engineering, Master of Science in Forestry, Master of Science in Pharmacy, Master
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Physical Education and Health. All students pursuing work leading to these advanced
degrees are registered in the Graduate School. 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 con-
cerned 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 af-
fecting non-instructional aspects of student life.

INSTRUCTIONAL SERVICE UNITS
The Dean of the University assists the administration in the improvement of in-
struction, the correlating of instructional activities, the adjusting of teaching loads, and
in keeping personnel records of the academic staff.
The Board of University Examiners formulates and administers policies governing
comprehensive examinations and also determines and administers the requirements for
admission to the University.
The Business Manager has the responsibility for collecting and disbursing of funds,
purchasing, auditing, and maintenance of property, buildings and grounds.
The School of Inter-American Studies, founded in 1951, combines the functions
previously exercised by the Inter-American Institute (dating from 1930) and the Grad-
uate School of Inter-American Studies (created in 1950). The School has the follow-
ing specific 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 exchange of students and professors
between colleges and universities of the Americas, (4) to hold conferences and insti-
tutes 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 individuals, organizations, and agencies having similar
objectives.
The School is administered by a Director and an Assistant Director appointed by
the President of the University. A faculty Advisory Council shares in the administration
of the School while a U. S. Committee and a Latin American Committee offer a variety
of assistance.
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 doctors degrees.
The School also advises students taking work 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-American activities
of the University, whether on or off the campus.
The Office of the Registrar has charge of the registration of students, the main-
tenance and evaluating of academic records, and the issuance of transcripts of student
records.
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA LIBRARIES SERVICES
The University Libraries, consisting of the General Library and 12 college, school
and departmental libraries, contain more than 450,000 volumes and receive currently
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The larger part of the library holdings are kept in the General Library building
where four reading rooms offer seating space for 1200 readers. Located on the first
floor is the University College Reading Room which has on open shelves some 8000
volumes useful to students in the first 2 years of college. The Humanities Reading
Room and the Social Sciences Reading Room, on the second floor, are designed primarily
as centers of library activity for the upperclassmen in the humanistic and the social
studies. Around the walls on open shelves in each of these rooms are approximately
15,000 volumes 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 services in the General Library
are the Browsing Room for recreational reading, the Map Alcove and Reading Room,
music rooms, seminar rooms, and carrells and study cubicles for faculty members and
graduate students.
The Library collection is particularly strong in Floridiana with research centered
in the P. K. Yonge Library of Florida History, located on the first floor of the General
Library building. Manuscripts and books by Florida authors are collected in the Florida
Authors Room which is the center for activity in creative writing.
Libraries for Agriculture, Architecture and Allied Arts, Biology, Chemistry-Pharmacy,
Education, Engineering, Forestry and Law are located in or near buildings housing the
corresponding 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 to 5:00 P. M. and 7:00 to 10:00 P. M. The University College Reading Room
is open until midnight daily except Saturday. When there are changes in the library
schedule for holidays, a holiday schedule is posted.

GENERAL STATE AND UNIVERSITY AGENCIES

The Agricultural Extension Service selects, prepares, and distributes information
derived from research and observation by specialists in agriculture. It assists county and
home demonstration agents in the practical application of recommendations useful for
county programs. The county extension agents help the rural people of the state to carry
on demonstration work, and make available to them 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, corre-
spondence courses, workshops, conferences, and short courses for professional, educa-
tional, occupational, and cultural groups; provides loan collections of books and audio-
visual aids; and maintains adult education consultation services for individuals and or-
ganizations. The Division also serves the Florida State University and the Florida Agri-
cultural and Mechanical College. The faculty of all three institutions participate in its
program.
The Division of Public Relations coordinates the work of interpreting the Uni-
versity's aims, policies and needs through the media of newspapers, radio, television,
speakers' bureau and motion pictures, and special brochures, photographic displays,
and exhibits.
The Division of Alumni Affairs maintains contact with alumni of the University
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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 main objective of the Florida State Museum is to collect, preserve and interpret
data concerning the history of Florida, both natural and civil. In the natural history of
the state the endeavor is to collect the minerals and exhibit them in connection with their
manufactured products of economics and commerce; to collect the fossils of vegetable
and animal life showing the evolution of life through the geologic ages; to collect speci-
mens of recent vegetable and animal life illustrating the flora and fauna of the state in
connection with their economic and commercial enterprises. In the civil history of the
state the endeavor is to collect material and data of the works of mankind from the early
aborigines on up through the beginning of civilization to the present time; to maintain
exhibits of artifacts of early man, and exhibits of articles in the economic, industrial
and social life showing the advancement of civilization.
Other objectives are to maintain a department of archives for the preservation of
the records of the state; to maintain a library of publications pertinent to the general
and diversified activities of the museum; to maintain a gallery of art for the preserva-
tion and exhibit of portraits of persons who have been responsible for making Florida
a better place to live, and for the exploitations of works of art for the edification of and
as a social center for our citizens; to maintain a department of museum extension among
the schools and communities of the state; to publish reports, bulletins, and monographs
of the progress of the work are some of the activities for which the Florida State Mu-
seum strives, and for which the law provides.
WRUF, State and University of Florida Radio Station, operates on 850 Kilocycles
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 Broadcasting System
and originate the University of Florida Network. WRUF has one of the largest recorded
libraries of any radio station in the country, has the AP news service and the Lang-
worth Library.
One of WRUF's more important functions is that of furnishing practical experience
to students enrolled in the Radio Broadcasting Training program 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 nationwide reputation
which WRUF has achieved for developing some of this country's leading announcers and
radio executives. The various Radio Broadcasting Training Curricula in addition to
providing 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 purposes include public entertain-
ment, information, education, and cultural advancement. 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.
The University of Florida Press. The purpose of the University Press is to encour-
age, seek out, and publish original and scholarly manuscripts which will aid in developing
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The Press edits and publishes scholarly books and monographs under its own
imprint, and also special addresses, pamphlets, reports, and bulletins for special pur-
poses, without the imprint. It has no responsibility for, or connection with, the editing
and publishing of official university publications such as the University Record Series,
the publications of the Agricultural Experiment Station, the Agricultural Extension
Service, and the Engineering and Industrial Experiment Station.
The Board of Managers of the Press have the responsibility of formulating the
policies and directing the functioning of the Press. They have sole responsibility for
accepting and rejecting manuscripts offered for publication.

ORGANIZED RESEARCH
The Agricultural Experiment Station, a department of the University and the
State's only agricultural research institution, is charged with conducting researches and
experiments leading to the improvement of all phases of Florida's widely varied livestock
and crop production. The Station system, with some 7,500 acres of lands in 14 areas,
comprises the Main Station on the University campus, 7 branch stations and 6 field
laboratories, the whole operating as an integral unit. Field stations are located with full
regard to the needs involved and each has its defined responsibilities and fields of opera-
tion. Much of the work is cooperative with the United States Department of Agriculture
and other Federal Departments and State agencies.
Research at the Main Station is conducted within nine departments-agricultural
economics, agronomy, agricultural engineering, animal industry (including animal hus-
bandry, animal nutrition, veterinary science, parasitology and dairy products manufac-
ture), entomology, home economics, horticulture (including vegetable and tree crops and
vegetable packaging and processing), plant pathology (including the herbarium), and
soils. There is maintained, in addition to the research departments, an editorial division
and the Station library which is accessible for use by students.
The field stations and their scope of investigations are as follows:
Citrus Station, Lake Alfred. All phases of citrus production and fruit handling,
packing and processing.
North Florida Station, Quincy. Tobacco, general farm crops and livestock.
Everglades Station, Belle Glade. Specialized agriculture and livestock on the peat
and muck soils of the Everglades.
Subtropical Station, Homestead. Subtropical fruits and winter vegetable production
on the rock and marl soils of the lower east coast.
Range Cattle Station, Ona. All phases of beef cattle improvement and management
and pasture development for the range areas.
Central Florida Station, Sanford. Vegetable production, including insect and dis-
ease control.
West Florida Station, Milton. Livestock and general farm crops of the extreme west
Florida area.
Gulf Coast Station, Bradenton. All phases of vegetable production in the south-
western area, and gladiolus culture.
Suwannee Valley Station, Live Oak. Tobacco, cover crops and pastures.
Pecan Laboratory, Monticello. Pecan insects and diseases.
Potato Laboratory, Hastings. Culture and disease of potatoes and vegetables.
Watermelon Laboratory, Leesburg. Culture and diseases of watermelons and grapes.






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Strawberry Laboratory, Plant City. Strawberry diseases and culture.
Vegetable Crops Laboratory, Bradenton. All phases of vegetable production in the
southwestern area, and gladiolus diseases.
Frost Warning Service, Lakeland. Cooperative with U. S. Weather Bureau. Min-
imum winter temperature forecasting.
Results of the experimental work of the several stations are published in scientific
journals, bulletins and reports. The latter are available to Florida citizens 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 laboratory for the
industries of the state. It was officially established in 1941 by the Legislature as an inte-
gral part of the College of Engineering "to organize and promote the prosecution of re-
search 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 Engineer-
ing, now valued at about $3,000,000. The station also has available for its use the lab-
oratories, staff and facilities of other divisions of the University, including chemistry,
physics, biology, agriculture, economics, and many others. Because of the close relation
that exists between the study and research activities, students secure much practical
information 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 secured from grants received from research foundations and funds
provided by contracts with the federal agencies and industrial organizations. Large and
small manufacturers avail themselves of one of the finest research laboratories in the
Southeast. Among the outstanding laboratories, in addition to a well equipped shop,
are those in Public Health Engineering, Electronics, Chemical Engineering, Air Condi-
tioning, Soil Mechanics, Electrical Machinery, Paper, Pulp, and Wood Products Utiliza-
tion, Farm Mechanization and Corrosion.
Conferences for industrial workers are held at various intervals. These give an
opportunity for intellectual exchange between the University and industry.
Publications of the research results are available to Florida citizens without charge.
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 with the purpose of
contributing new products and new and more efficient industrial processes in the field
of naval stores. It is a part of the Department of Chemistry.
The Public Administration Clearing Service is a branch of the Political Science
Department in the College of Arts and Sciences. It provides consulting services to state,
county and local governments in Florida; and publishes surveys of governmental and
administrative problems. Where governmental problems are broader than administration
it acts in cooperation with other branches of the University. Under the General Ex-
























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tension Division it cooperates in training programs and short courses for public officials
and employees, such as the Short Course for City Managers.
Cancer Research Laboratory. With the cooperation and assistance of the Damon
Runyon Cancer Fund, the Anna Fuller Fund, the United States Public Health Service
and the State Health Department, the University is carrying on several research projects
in the cause, diagnosis and treatment of cancer.

SUMMER SESSION
During the summer months the University operates a nine 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 under-
graduate courses especially helpful to teachers in both the elementary and secondary
fields. Detailed information is given in the Bulletin of the Summer Session which is
usually published in April.






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ADMISSIONS

GENERAL STATEMENT
The Board of University Examiners is the agency responsible for administering 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 attended
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 college credit for ad-
vanced standing, he will be considered for admission to the University College.
3. If the student is transferring to the University from another college or university
and is presenting 64 semester hours or more of acceptable college credit as ad-
vanced standing toward a baccalaureate degree, he will be considered for ad-
mission to the Upper Division school or college of his choice providing his
record indicates the completion of college work approximately equivalent to the
comprehensive courses offered by the University 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 admission to the Grad-
uate Division.

ADMISSION 1952-53
All persons considering attending the 1952-53 session are urged to read the following
carefully.
Date of Application
No applicant will be considered for admission to the 1952-53 session unless the pre-
liminary application has been received at the Office of the Registrar on or before Saturday,
August 16, for the first semester, Saturday, December 27, for the second semester. Other ap-
plication 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 University, must file the preliminary application form to be considered.

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 gradu-
ate from high school in the top half of his class rarely succeeds in college work.
The University urges the prospective student 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






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student's achievement will receive careful consideration. The records reveal that
those students who scatter most in their choice of subjects are those who accomplish
least in any of them. Therefore applicants who present a record which shows no
unity or a lack of essential subjects 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 certain 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 institution last
attended. Students who for any reason will not be allowed to return to the in-
stitution 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 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 Division. 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 requirements are met.


*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 student.






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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 con-
sidered on an individual basis. Application for admission as a special student must in-
clude: (1) records of previous educational experience (high school or college tran-
scripts); (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 rea-
son of employment or other experience should submit a brief description of this ex-
perience.

ADMISSION TO THE COLLEGE OF LAW
Applicants for admission to the College of Law must have received a degree in arts
or science in a college or university of approved standing.
Under existing legislation veterans may enter on three years of academic college
work meeting the standards of the Association of American Law Schools.
The applicant who has not received a degree must have made an average of C or
higher in all work taken in the college or university where he has prepared for entrance
to the College of Law. For information on admissions to the College of Law with ad-
vanced standing see the section of the catalog headed College of Law.


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 com-
mittees of the various colleges and schools. In general, no student will be considered
for graduate study in any unit of the University who (1) is a graduate of a non-
accredited institution, and (2) has an overall average below C.
Graduates of accredited institutions with an average of C or better are not guaran-
teed admission. In some units of the University, an under-graduate average considerably
above B is required for consideration.
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 information but
they must definitely understand that they cannot be considered for admission or per-
mitted to register unless all of the admission forms specified by the Admission Section
of the Registrar's office are filed in that office on or before the dates specified in the
University calendar. In addition to forms required by the Admissions Section, the
student must furnish a transcript from each institution previously attended. These
transcripts must be transmitted by the registrar of the institution where the work
was completed to the Director of Admissions at the University of Florida.
In some instances students who do not meet the quantitative or qualitative re-
quirements for admission for graduate study may pursue a semester or a year's work
classified as a senior in an attempt to meet the qualifications set by the unit of the Uni-
versity concerned for the program of the student's choice. Upon approval of the Grad-
uate Council, some work (but in no case all of the work) completed during this period
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ADMISSION INFORMATION FOR VETERANS
In addition to the regular requirements for admission set forth in the preceding
sections and the forms incident thereto required by the University of Florida, any vet-
eran who expects to enroll under the provisions of any of the various federal laws gov-
erning 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 Ad-
ministration.
The government benefits available under Public Law 16 (Vocational Rehabilita-
tion Act) for veterans who received service connected disabilities are provided for only
after review of each individual case by the Veterans Administration.
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 appropri-
ate in the individual case will be issued.






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EXPENSES
REGISTRATION FEES
Each student, depending upon his classification, pays one of the following registra-
tion fees each semester, if registration is completed in the regularly scheduled registra-
tion 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 students
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 $41.00 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.
Infirmary Fee. Each full-time student is charged an Infirmary fee of $10.00 per
semester, which secures for the student the services of the Infirmary staff. Additional
charges are made for board at the rate of $1.75 per day. Consultation, special duty
nursing, special medicines, special treatments, special laboratory work, and X-ray in-
terpretation 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 re-scheduled.
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






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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 Fee. Any student registering for a course requiring locker and laboratory
apparatus in any department is required to buy a breakage book. Breakage 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. Veteran
students do not buy breakage books. They are charged by the laboratory concerned for
breakage incurred and for consumable materials. 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 Examination
or equivalent). For the current year the fee is $6.00 for full-time students and $10.00
for part-time students. Applications must be made for this examination according to
announcements in the Orange and Blue bulletin and College of Education announce-
ments.
Application Fee for Comprehensive Examination. A non-refundable fee of $1,
payable on the day of application, is charged for each application for a comprehensive
examination in one of the basic courses of the University College Program. Applica-
tions 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 applica-
tion for the degree in accordance with the date set forth in the University Calendar and
pay at the time of application a fee of $20.00. This will cover the cost of the candi-
date'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 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.
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-
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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 enrolled 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 at $20.00 at the time of registration. This will be refunded upon re-
turn of all Government property in satisfactory condition.

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.
A student whose registration is cancelled by official University action at the be-
ginning 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 Uni-
versity Calendar are entitled to a refund of all registration and course fees except $5.00
of the contingent fee. This $5.00 is the cost of service in registering the student
and cannot be refunded. 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
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Classification of Students. For the purpose of assessing tuition, students are classi-
fied as Florida and non-Florida students.
A Florida student, if under twenty-one years of age, is one: (1) whose parents have
been residents of Florida for at least twelve consecutive months next preceding his regis-
tration; or (2) whose parents were residents of Florida at the time of their death, and
who has not acquired residence in another state; or (3) whose parents were not residents
of Florida at the time of their death but whose successor natural guardian has been a
resident of Florida for at least twelve consecutive months next preceding the student's
registration.
A Florida student, if over twenty-one years of age, is one: (1) whose parents are
residents of Florida (or were at the time of their death) and who has not acquired
residence in another state; or (2) who, while an adult, has been a resident of Florida
for at least twelve consecutive months next preceding his registration, provided such
residence has not been acquired while attending any school or college in Florida; or
(3) who is the wife of a man who has been a resident of Florida for at least twelve
consecutive months next preceding her registration; or (4) who is an alien who has
taken out his first citizenship papers and who has been a resident of Florida for at least
twelve consecutive months next preceding his registration.
All students not able to qualify 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 main-
taining 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 concerning rates and
method of payment are the responsibility of the individuals concerned.
Meals. Cost of meals in the University Cafeteria varies with the individual.
Books of coupons having cash value may be purchased from the Cafeteria or the
Cashier's Office or meals may be paid for in cash.
The Florida Room, located in the Yonge Building, serves meals five days each
week, and offers to University students high quality food at reasonable prices.
The Hub, located in the Student Service Center, offers strictly fountain service,
all kinds of sandwiches, candies, tobaccos, etc.
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 students.




















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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

*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 equip-
ment is returned in acceptable condition.

STUDENT BANK
Banking facilities are available to students on the campus through the Cashier's
Department at the Office of the Business Manager. The purpose of this service is
to provide a safe depository for cash balances which the student may withdraw as
needed. A flat fee of $1.00 per semester or $ .75 per summer term is charged
regardless of the number of deposits or withdrawals. Any part or all of a deposit
may be withdraivn at one time. Deposits by one person are ordinarily limited to $750.00.
A machine-posted pass book is issued to each depositor and must be used for all
transactions.
The bank has as another purpose the receiving of most of the accounts and fees
due the University. Properly authorized refunds are settled in the bank.






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HOUSING

GENERAL INFORMATION

Each student will make personal and direct arrangements for his housing by: (1.)
applying to the Office of the Director of Housing for assignment to University Housing
Facilities, or (2) in the case of an upperclassman who wishes to do so, making his own
arrangements directly with the property-owner for off-campus accommodations in
private housing.
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.
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, 40c per six-week term, 60c per nine-week term.
Heavy luggage may be sent ahead, prepaid, addressed in the student's name show-
ing 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.

APPLICATIONS, ROOM DEPOSITS, AND ASSIGNMENTS

All communications or inquiries concerning housing, applications, deposits, and
rent payments in University Housing Facilities should be sent to the Director of Housing,
University of Florida, Gainesville. An application for space in housing facilities may
be filed at any time. Prospective freshmen are urged to file application as early as
possible, since assignments will be made beginning early in the summer. Checks or
money orders should be made payable to the University of Florida and mailed to the
Office of the Business Manager, Cashier. Cash should NOT be sent through the mail.
A deposit payment of ten dollars must accompany applications for assignment to
housing facilities.
Each applicant will be given advance notice of exact assignment and deadline
date for payment of rent, if possible.
Roommate requests are honored wherever possible, provided the individuals con-
cerned submit their applications and pay room deposits on the same date, clearly in-
dicate on their respective applications their desire to room together, and are within
similar academic classifications.
All freshman single students, with the exception of those whose residence is Gaines-
ville or vicinity, are required to live in University Housing Facilities as long as space
is available. If space on-campus becomes available for the second semester of the regular
school year, freshman students living off-campus may be required to move on-campus.
Also, these housing requirements are in effect for all under-graduate single women
students. Undergraduate women students, with the exception of Freshmen, may live in
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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 construction
are normally reserved for freshman students. Features include: office-to-room inter-
communication 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, $60.00 per student per
semester; regular double room, $85.00 per student per semester; single room, $100.00
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 number of single rooms.
Regular Session rates range from $50.00 to $88.00 per student per .semester.
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, $55.00 per student per semester.
Small Temporary Dormitories
Ten buildings of one-story cemesto-board construction. Used for upperclassmen or
freshmen as necessary. Community bath in each building, lavatory in each room. Hot
air or hot water heating system. Rooms are normally set up to accommodate two
students each, but more may be assigned if necessary. Rates range from $35.00 to $55.00
per student per semester, according to the number assigned to each room.

FACILITIES FOR MARRIED COUPLES
Three Apartment Villages (Flavets), located on-campus, have been provided
through the Public Housing Authority. Assignments are currently restricted to married
veteran students only. Flavet I contains 26 buildings of one-story, temporary construc-
tion, 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
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electricity) are one-bedroom apartment, $26.75; two-bedroom apartment, $29.50; three-
bedroom apartment, $32.25.
Applications are being accepted from non-veterans for assignment at such time as
all veteran applicants have been placed.

PRIVATE ROOMING HOUSES
Many rooming accommodations are available in private homes or privately operated
rooming houses in the Gainesville area.
Lists of rooms for single men and single women, and lists of rooms or apartments
for married couples are maintained at the Housing Office. In view of frequent changes
in listings, no lists are available for mailing. Definite arrangements must be made
directly with the property-owner by the student.

COOPERATIVE LIVING ORGANIZATION
The Cooperative Living Organization, organized and operated by students to furn-
ish economical living accommodations for its membership, is located at 117 NW 15th
St. The qualifications for membership are financial need, scholastic ability, and ref-
erences of good character. In order to secure membership in the CLO, students should
apply to the CLO President at the above address.

GEORGIA SEAGLE COOPERATIVE
Georgia Seagle Cooperative, organized in September, 1946, is unique in that its
main tenet is Christian fellowship in all phases of college life. It is organized on a non-
profit basis, with each member being assessed his pro-rata share of actual operating
cost, and is only successful through the active participation of all members in its pro-
gram. Georgia Seagle Cooperative is non-sectarian and has most of the major religious
denominations represented in its membership. The administrative powers of the organi-
zation are vested in its representative group, the Co-op Board.
Application for membership in this organization is made by personal interview
on the first Saturday in May and the first Saturday 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 co-
operative to be established on the campus. It is sponsored by the Wesley Foundation
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 as-
sessed her pro rata share of actual operating cost.
Application for membership may be obtained from the resident counselors at 1113
West University Avenue, or from the Wesley Foundation, 1320 West University Avenue.






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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 activities.
In cooperation with the Dean of Women, his office serves as a clearing house for all
non-classroom activities. The Dean of Men serves as an adviser to student self-govern-
ment 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 students.
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 Adviser to Student Organizations
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 ad-
ministrative, supervisory, and counseling capacity with relation to the University resi-
dence 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. See section on "Housing" for details.

OFFICE OF STUDENT PERSONNEL RECORDS
Using various sources, the office of Student Personnel Records collects and inte-
grates information concerning social and scholastic activities of each student. It makes
this information available to qualified counselors who aid the student in making educa-
tional, social, psychological, and vocational adjustment. The keeping of personnel
records is an effort in the understanding of, and service to, the individual student as
he has contact not only with the classroom, but also with all phases of his university life.

OFFICE OF THE ADVISER TO STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS
The Adviser to Student Organizations, whose office is related to the Offices of
the Dean of Men and the Dean of Women, is interested in the activities of all organized
student groups on the campus. He is a counselor for personal and group problems re-
lated to all student organizations, and also provides the Interfraternity Council with
leadership and guidance.
This Office should be contacted regarding the formation and recognition of new
student organizations. It maintains a file of all campus organizations.






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STUDENT EMPLOYMENT
Every effort is made to aid qualified students in obtaining part-time employment.
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 applica-
tions 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.

FLORIDA CENTER OF CLINICAL SERVICES
The clinics which operate as a coordinated service under this division are available
to all University students. The Coordinator of this Center is located in Room 339, Ad-
ministration Building, telephone extension 526. This organization of clinics is intended
to provide the student with comprehensive clinical service. Students are urged to avail
themselves of these services before their problems or difficulties become aggravated and
greater than may be necessary.
The services of the clinics are available to the residents of the State of Florida
for diagnostic purposes and therapy to the extent that personnel and facilities will per-
mit. Residents of the State should make appointments through the office of the Coordi-
nator. University students should contact the Head of the clinic in which they desire
assistance or the Coordinator.

BUREAU OF VOCATIONAL GUIDANCE AND MENTAL HYGIENE
The Head of the Bureau of Vocational Guidance and Mental Hygiene is in Room
312, Administration Building, telephone extension 239. This bureau has offices and
testing rooms in the north wing of the third floor of the Administration Building.
In addition to the regular staff, some members of the staff of the Department of
Psychology who have comprehensive training and experience in clinical work serve
in the Bureau. One of the functions of this unit is to aid the student on an individual
basis to plan a vocational objective consistent with his capacity, interest, and tempera-
ment. Approved test and interview methods are used, and results are supplemented by
a complete description of the occupations involved. A wealth of additional occupa-
tional information is available in the bureau reading room.
Other services of the bureau include help to students who find their work hamper-
ed by worries, adjustment difficulties, and other troublesome conditions.

SPEECH AND HEARING CLINIC
The Speech and Hearing Clinic is located on the third floor of the Administration
Building. The office of the Head of this clinic is in Room 323, Administration Building,
telephone extension 347. The clinic functions as a service to University students who






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have speech and hearing problems which are handicapping in nature. In addition
to losses in hearing, such impairment includes: stuttering, cleft palate speech, articulatory
problems, paralyses, voice abnormalities. Special instruction is provided to meet the
needs of foreign speaking students.
In pursuance of its function the clinic conducts an examination of all incoming
students during the week of orientation for the purpose of discovering those who need
special instruction.
In addition to diagnostic and remedial speech service, the clinic offers complete
hearing evaluation. This service gives attention to various methods for the conserva-
tion of hearing and includes the fitting of hearing aids.

READING LABORATORY AND CLINIC
The Reading Laboratory and Clinic is the center for training and research in
reading and the allied language arts. The clinic is situated on the north side of the
third floor of Anderson Hall. The office of the Head of this clinic is in Room 310,
Anderson Hall, telephone extension 379.
Through the use of interviews and diagnostic tests, the clinic plans a program of
study and training in reading skills for each individual who demonstrates a need for
assistance. This training is undertaken at the clinic under the supervision of trained
personnel. The program is scheduled according to the needs of the student, the time
available, and the amount of training necessary for permanent improvement of reading
skills. Training in reading is available in the clinic to any registered University student
upon application to the clinic.
In addition to remedial functions, the clinic trains teachers and graduate students
in the techniques of diagnosis and remediation. This training is carried on through
the medium of laboratory courses and participation in the work of the clinic. 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.

ADAPTED AND CORRECTIVE EXERCISES
The Adapted and Corrective Exercises Division of the Department of Required
Physical Education assists those students who have physical deviations which necessitate
individual consideration in developing a sports program that is within the limits of
their physical capacity. In planning these programs, due consideration is given to the
individual's interests and the social and recreational needs of adult life. This unit is
located in the Florida Gymnasium. The office of the Head of this division is Room
134, Florida Gymnasium, telephone extension 244.
Programs of functional exercise are provided for those students having physical
deviations that can be corrected or improved by such work. In such cases the exercise
takes precedence but is not a substitute for the requirements for developing the recrea-
tional program. The work is conducted under careful supervision and is based on ade-
quate medical diagnosis and information.

MEDICAL DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT
The staff of the Department of Student Health provides diagnostic and consultative
services to the Center.
The reader should refer to the description of Student Health Service.






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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 directly 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. This Committee collects all information relative to the basis of award,
the value, and other pertinent facts pertaining to scholarships. The Committee also col-
lects information on the applicants and supplies this information to donors. In some
instances the Committee has been given the authority to make awards without con-
sulting 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.
Board of Control Scholarships.-This is a group of scholarships which are awarded
through the Board of Control. 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 students
of the junior and senior classes. Scholastic achievement is the principal basis of this
award.
Arthur Ellis Hamm Memorial Scholarship.-Established in 1919 by Mrs. Elizabeth
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 in-
dustry and attainments that they are in all respects worthy of such assistance. The
amounts of these scholarships will vary from year to year inasmuch as they are derived
from an investment.
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 bases:
1. He must be qualified to enter the freshman class of said University without con-
dition or without being deficient in any subject required therefore.






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2. He must be in actual need of this help to enable him to attend the University
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 studious and has the de-
sire for an education.
David Levy Yulee Memorial Scholarship.-This scholarship is awarded annually
on the basis of scholarship, and is open to members of the junior and senior classes.
Borden Company Foundation, Inc., Agricultural Scholarship.-A scholarship amount-
ing to $300 per year for a period of seven years has been made available by the Borden
Company Foundation, Inc. This scholarship is available to the eligible senior student
of 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. Application should be made to the Dean of the College of Agri-
culture, University of Florida, Gainesville.
Borden Scholarship Award in Pharmacy. The Borden Company Foundation, Inc.,
has made available a scholarship amounting to $300 per year for a period of five years.
This scholarship is available to that eligible senior pharmacy student who has achieved
the highest average grade in all college work preceding the senior year.
Clinton Foods, Inc. Scholarship Fund.-Mr. Charles W. Metcalf, President of
Clinton Foods, Inc., has made available eight scholarships at the University of Florida
for students in the College of Agriculture majoring in Horticulture. These scholarships
are divided into four undergraduate and four graduate awards in the amount of $250
for the year each. Recipients of the awards will be selected by the Dean of the College
of Agriculture in cooperation with the Committee on Student Aid, Scholarships and
Awards.
The Colonial Dames of America Scholarships.-Occasional scholarships amounting
to $250 per year, toward board and lodging, are awarded by The Colonial Dames of
America. Applications for these scholarships should be made to Mrs. Byron Stookey,
421 East 61st Street, New York 21, New York.
Confederate Memorial Scholarship.-These scholarships were made available by
the Board of Commissioners of State Institutions under authority of Section (1), Chapter
8505 (No. 110, Laws of Florida). The amount of the scholarships is $150 per year.
Applicants must be lineal descendants of a confederate soldier or sailor. There are a
limited number of these scholarships. Ordinarily only two per year are awarded.
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 discretion 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 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 County Agent of the county in question. If it is desired, questions
for the examinations will be provided and papers graded by the University.
The Davis Brothers Scholarship.-Mr. A. D. Davis, President of Winn and Lovett
Grocery Company, Jacksonville; Mr. Tine W. Davis, President of Economy Wholesale
Grocery Company, Miami; Mr. Austin Davis, President of Steiden Stores, Louisville;
and Mr. James E. Davis, Executive Vice-President of Winn and Lovett Grocery Com-






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pany, Jacksonville, have made available a sum of $600 to be awarded to students in the
Colleges of Law, Business Administration, Education, and Agriculture. Award is based
on scholarship and economic need of the student and the committee's opinion of the
student's potential promise.

Alfred I. duPont Scholarship Fund.-The purpose of this scholarship is to aid
worthy and needy students. Funds for the scholarship came from stock donated to the
University by Mrs. Alfred I. duPont. Applicants must have completed at least one
semester of college work and must have a "C" average or better. "These scholarships
are to be given-not loaned-but the recipients are requested after their graduations,
when they have earning capacity, to pass a like amount, as they have received, on to
some deserving boy or girl who needs assistance in acquiring an education." The amount
of funds available for these scholarships varies from year to year; the amount of each
scholarship depends on the total amount available.

Duval High Memorial Scholarship.-An act creating the Duval High School
Memorial Scholarship and authorizing and appropriating annually $275 of the Duval
County funds as financial assistance for one worthy high school graduate is covered by
House Bill No. 823, and was approved May 20, 1927. This scholarship, created to
memorialize and assist in preserving the high standards and traditions of the Duval
High School, where many of Florida's worthy citizens were educated, was established
by the Board of County Commissioners of Duval County, Florida. Application should
be made to the Chairman of the Board of County Commissioners, Jacksonville, Florida.

Florida Association of Small Loan Companies Scholarship.-The Florida Associa-
tion of Small Loan Companies has set up a scholarship fund of $150 per year, the
termination of the award to be at the discretion of the donors. The scholarship is
limited to residents of the State of Florida who are seniors in the College of Business
Administration. Need and promise of good citizenship and leadership, along with scholar-
ship, will be the basis of the award. Applications should be made to the Office of the
Dean of Men.
Florida Bankers Association Scholarships.-The Florida Bankers Association awards
three scholarships annually; one for North and West Florida, one for Central Florida,
and one for South Florida. These scholarships are awarded on an examination given
at the Annual Boy's Short Course. The examination is given and the award is made
by the State Boy's Club Agent. Applications for these scholarships should be made to
the Dean of the College of Agriculture, University of Florida, Gainesville.
Florida Seedmen's Association Scholarship.-This scholarship which amounts to
$200 is offered annually by the Florida Seedmen's Association to a junior or senior
student in the College of Agriculture who has a definite interest in improved seed pro-
grams. Applications are to be filed with the Dean of the College of Agriculture by
October 15, if possible.
Latin American Tuition Scholarships.-The University of Florida awards annually
a limited number of tuition scholarships to superior Latin American students, both
undergraduates and graduates, who are able to meet not only the requirements for ad-
mission to the University set forth elsewhere in this catalog, but also the special admis-
sion requirements for aliens, which are: (1) proficiency in the use of spoken and written
English, and (2) the submission of satisfactory evidence that adequate financial arrange-
ments have been made for the applicant to pursue his program of studies. Application
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enter the University, and should be addressed to the Director of Latin American Student
Affairs.
Lovett-Steiden-Table Supply Fund (Lovetts and Table Supply Food Stores Welfare
Association).-Lovetts and Table Supply Food Stores Welfare Association is a non-
profit corporation organized under the laws of the State of Florida. One of its primary
objectives is the furtherance of higher education through recognition, encouragement
and assistance to meritorious and deserving boys and girls who are eligible for college
training.
Subject to approval by the Executive Committee of this Association, Fully-Paid
Scholarships (including adequate allowance for books, supplies, etc.) may be awarded
meritorious high school graduates upon their recommendation by not less than three
prominent citizens in the community in which the student makes his or her home. Not
more than one such scholarship shall be awarded in any one year to graduates of any
one high school. Preferred consideration shall be given recommendations made by the
Principal of the high school attended by student, together with the Superintendent of
Schools for the county, district or community in which such school is located. Such
Scholarships may be provided at any accredited institution of higher learning selected
by the eligible student. The Executive Committee of Lovetts and Table Supply Food
Stores Welfare Association will act upon recommendations submitted and its decision
as to Scholarships to be awarded shall be final. Scholarships granted by the Executive
Committee are subject to review by the Committee at the end of each semester or
scholastic term and are subject to cancellation in the event the student fails to pass
all required subjects or in the event the student's conduct does not justify contin-
uance of the Scholarship awarded.
Malever Scholarship.-Mr. Fred Malever of Ocala, Florida, has made available
the sum of $100 as an annual award to a senior boy from one of the Marion County
High Schools to be used to partially defray his expenses for the first year at the Uni-
versity of Florida. The faculties of each of the several high schools may recommend
to the County Superintendent one boy who, in their judgment, is most deserving of
this award. These recommendations are to be submitted to the County Superintend-
ent's office on or before the last school day in April and the announcement as to the
recipient of the award will be made at the graduation exercises of that student.

A. R. Mead Scholarship Fund.-Kappa Delta Pi and Phi Delta Kappa, honorary
educational fraternities at the University of Florida, have established a joint scholarship
fund for deserving students pursuing work in the College of Education preparatory to
entering the teaching profession. Announcement will be made from time to time re-
garding the number and amounts of scholarships to be awarded. Further information
concerning this fund and the forms for making application for scholarships may be
secured from the Dean, College of Education, University of Florida.
The John G. and Fannie F. Ruge Memorial Scholarship and Loan Fund.-This
scholarship and loan fund was made available through the will of the late John G.
and Fannie F. Ruge of Panama City who stated in their will that "there is no greater
privilege in this world than to give young men and women the means of intellectual
growth." A limited amount of the fund has been set up for scholarships; the remainder
is operated as a loan fund. No applicant will be considered who does not have a "C"
average or better, based on all academic work taken. Applicants must have earned at
least thirty hours of acceptable college credit. The maximum scholarship granted any
one student is $250 per year, or a total of $500 while in school.






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Franklin County Ruge Awards.-Under the will of John G. and Fannie F. Ruge
a provision was made for two $300 per year scholarship awards. These are made an-
nually to two students registered from Franklin County in the University whose schol-
arship meets the requirements of the University regulations. Applications for these
scholarships should be made to the Dean of Men's Office.

Sears, Roebuck Scholarships.-The Sears, Roebuck Company has given funds to
the University of Florida for the establishment of a number of scholarships in the
amount of $100 annually to first-year students particularly interested in agricultural
activities.

At the end of each year the Sears, Roebuck Company awards a scholarship in the
amount of $200 to the outstanding freshman in the Sears, Roebuck Scholarship group,
the money to be made available for his sophomore year.

National Association of Thoroughbred Breeders Scholarship.-The National Associa-
tion of Thoroughbred Breeders Scholarship shall be awarded to an active participant
in the Future Farmers of America program in Florida who can show that he needs
help in order to attend the University and who will major in the College of Agriculture.
The scholarship amounts to $400 and shall be paid $200 during the freshman year
and $100 in each of the sophomore and junior years.
United Daughters of the Confederacy Scholarships.-Scholarships have been estab-
lished by the Florida Division, United Daughters of the Confederacy. Applications
should be made to Mrs. D. A. Avant, 203 West Park Avenue, Tallahassee, Florida.
Vocational Rehabilitation Scholarships.-The Rehabilitation Section of the State
Department of Public Instruction provides limited assistance to persons who are phy-
sically handicapped. Requirements for eligibility for this assistance are as follows: The
applicant must have a permanent major physical disability, he must be sixteen years
old or over, he must have a good scholastic record, and must take courses that will pre-
pare him for some vocation at which he can earn a living. Applications for this as-
sistance should be made prior to July 1 for the following school year. Students who
wish to apply should write to the State Supervisor of Vocational Rehabilitation, De-
partment of Public Instruction, Tallahassee, Florida.
Children of Deceased World War Veterans Scholarships.-The scholarships are
for the benefit of children whose parents participated in World War I or World War
II. The Act providing for the scholarships is as follows: "It is hereby declared to be
the policy of the State of Florida to provide educational opportunity at State expense
for dependent children, either of whose parents entered the army, navy, marine or
nurses corps of the United States from the State of Florida, and died in that service
or from injuries sustained or disease contracted therein between the 6th day of April,
1917, and the 2nd day of July, 1921, or who have died since or may hereafter die from
diseases or disability resulting from such war service; and also the dependent children
either of whose parents served in any of the military or naval services of the United
States from the State of Florida during the period from December 7, 1941, to the close
of World War II; where the parents of such children have been bona fide residents
of the State of Florida for five years next preceding their applications for the benefits
hereof, and subject to the rules, restrictions, and limitations hereof." The maximum
amount to be received by any one student within a period of twelve months cannot ex-
ceed $300. Applications should be made to the State Adjutant of the American Legion
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REAL ESTATE SCHOLARSHIPS:
Greater Daytona Beach Board of Realtors Scholarship.-This scholarship amounts
to $240 annually and is to be awarded to a student from Greater Daytona Beach pur-
suing the curriculum in real estate. The student will be selected by the Principal of
the Daytona Beach High School. The need of the applicant as well as scholarship will
be taken into consideration. Application for the scholarship may be filed either with
the Dean of the College of Business Administration or with the Principal of the Day-
tona Beach High School.
Jay Hearin Scholarship.-This scholarship, which is offered in 1952-53, and which
amounts to $240, is given by Jay Hearin of Tampa. It is awarded by the University
Scholarship Committee to any student living anywhere in Florida who is pursuing the
curriculum in real estate. The need of the applicant as well as scholarship will be taken
into consideration. Application for this scholarship should be made to the Dean of the
College of Business Administration.
Jacksonville Board of Realtors Scholarship.-This scholarship amounts to $240
annually and is to be awarded to a student from Duval County pursuing the curriculum
in real estate selected by the Committee on Student Aid, Scholarships and Awards.
In the event no student from Duval County applies for the scholarship, it is to be award-
ed to a student living anywhere in the state of Florida. The need of the applicant as
well as scholarship will be taken into consideration. Application for this scholarship
may be made to the Scholarship Committee through the Dean of the College of Business
Administration.
The Keyes Scholarship in Real Estate.-This scholarship which amounts to $240
is offered annually by the Keyes Company of Miami. It is awarded by the University
Committee on Student Aid, Scholarships and Awards to a student from Dade County
who is pursuing the curriculum in real estate. The need of the applicant as well as
scholarship will be taken into consideration. Applications therefore should be made to
the Dean of the College of Business Administration.
Lakeland Board of Realtors Scholarship.-This scholarship amounts to $240 an-
nually and is to be awarded to a student from Polk County pursuing the curriculum in
real estate selected by the University Committee on Student Aid, Scholarships and
Awards. In the event no student from Polk County applies for the scholarship, it is to
be awarded to a student living anywhere in the state of Florida. The need of the ap-
plicant as well as scholarship will be taken into consideration. Application for this
scholarship may be made to the Scholarship Committee through the Dean of the Col-
lege of Business Administration.
Orlando Board of Realtors Scholarship.-This scholarship amounts to $240 an-
nually and is to be awarded to a student from Orange County pursuing the curriculum
in real estate selected by the University Committee on Student Aid, Scholarships and
Awards. In the event no student from Orange County applies for the scholarship, it
is to be awarded to a student living anywhere in the state of Florida. The need of the
applicant as well as scholarship will be taken into consideration. Application for this
scholarship may be made to the Scholarship Committee through the Dean of the Col-
lege of Business Administration.
St. Petersburg Board of Realtors Scholarship.-This scholarship amounts to $240
annually and is to be awarded to a student from Pinellas County pursuing the curricu-
lum in real estate selected by the University Committee on Student Aid, Scholarships
and Awards. The need of the applicant as well as scholarship will be taken into con-






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sideration. Application for this scholarship may be made to the Scholarship Com-
mittee through the Dean of the College of Business Administration.
Tampa Board of Realtors Scholarship.-This scholarship amounts to $240 an-
nually and is to be awarded to a student from Hillsborough County pursuing the cur-
riculum in real estate selected by the Scholarship Committee of the Tampa Board of
Realtors. The need of the applicant as well as scholarship will be taken into considera-
tion. Application for this scholarship may be made to the Scholarship Committee of the
Tampa Board of Realtors through the Department of Real Estate.
Winter Haven Board of Realtors Scholarship.-This scholarship which is offered
in 1952-53 and which amounts to $240, is given by the Winter Haven Board of Realtors
to a student from the Greater Winter Haven area who has attended the Winter Haven
High School and who is pursuing the curriculum in real estate. The scholarship is
awarded by the Principal of the Winter Haven High School with the approval of the
Board of Directors of the Winter Haven Board of Realtors. The need of the applicant
as well as scholarship will be taken into consideration. Application for the scholarship
may be filed either with the Dean of the College of Business Administration or with
the principal of the Winter Haven High School.
Gainesville Board of Realtors Scholarship.-This scholarship amounts to $240 an-
nually and is to be awarded to a student from Alachua County who is a former mem-
ber of the Boy's Club and who is pursuing the curriculum in Real Estate. The need
of the applicant as well as scholarship will be taken into consideration. Application
for this scholarship may be made through the Department of Real Estate.
Stephen F. McCready Scholarship.-This scholarship amounts to $240 annually
and is to be awarded to a student from Marion County pursuing the curriculum in
real estate. The need of the applicant as well as scholarship will be taken into con-
sideration. Application for this scholarship may be made through the Department of
Real Estate.

LOANS
All student loan funds are administered by the Committee on Student Aid, Schol-
arships and Awards unless otherwise provided for by the terms and conditions laid
down by the donors of loan fund.
The several loan funds available at the University of Florida may be divided into
two classes: (1) The long-term loan fund which allows the student to complete his
college education and repay the loan after graduation in installments over a period of
years; and (2) the short-term emergency loan fund which aims to meet the needs of
unforeseen emergencies that arise in the financing of college expenses. As a rule, the
short-term loans are for small amounts and are repayable within the semester.

APPLICATIONS
Unless otherwise specified, application for loan funds should be made to the
Chairman of the Committee on Student Aid, Scholarships and Awards in the Office of
Student Personnel, University of Florida, Gainesville. Loans will be granted only after
a personal appearance of the applicant.

ELIGIBILITY FOR LOANS
No student may borrow from the University of Florida loan funds who does not
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are extenuating circumstances, exception to this rule may be made. Before a loan will
be granted the Committee must be thoroughly convinced of the applicant's real need
for assistance and it will be considered grounds for refusal of the application if it is
found that a loan is desired as a mere matter of convenience to avoid earnest effort
on the part of the applicant to obtain the necessary money from other sources.

AMOUNT OF LOANS
Long-term loans shall be limited to $500.00 to any one applicant. Not more than
$250.00 may be secured during any one semester. Short-term loans are for small
amounts with a maximum of $50.00.

RESPONSIBILITY
Each student making a loan shall sign a note for the full amount of the loan.
The applicant for long-term loans shall be required to furnish an acceptable endorser.

LONG-TERM LOANS
Loans shall be payable in a lump sum or in installments of not less than 10% per
month, which payments shall include interest and principal. The loan, or the first
payment, shall be due not later than three months after graduation or the date of
leaving college if the borrower does not graduate. Exceptions to this may be made in
special cases.
SHORT-TERM LOANS
Short-term loans (Tolbert Loans) are available in cases of emergency. These
loans may not exceed $50.00 to any one applicant and must be repaid within 90 days
or by the end of the semester in which the loan is made.

INTEREST
Unless the loan fund specifies otherwise, loans will bear 5% interest.

LOAN RENEWALS
Loan renewals requested by students in residence shall be made to the Chairman
of the Committee on Student Aid, Scholarships and Awards. Loan renewals requested
by students no longer in residence shall be made to the custodian of accounts in the
Business Office.
PENALTIES FOR DELINQUENCIES
If a loan is due before the end of the semester and is not paid or renewed, the
student may not receive credit for the semester's work, will not be issued a transcript,
and may not reregister until payment or renewal is made. This delinquency shall be
posted on the student's personal record. If a loan is due before the beginning of a
semester and is not paid or renewed, the student will not be allowed to register, or will
be dropped if he has already registered.

Unless otherwise specified, application for loan funds listed below should be
made to the Dean of Men who is Chairman of the Committee on Student Aid, Scholar-
ships and Awards.
American Association of University Women.-The Gainesville Branch of the Ameri-
can Association of University Women offers a loan scholarship of $100 each to women






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students who need financial help to continue their education. Gainesville, Florida girls
will be given preference. (No interest while in college; 5% beginning September fol-
lowing last year in college. Repay at minimum rate of $5 a month after graduation
or withdrawal.) Apply to Dean of Women, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida.
The American Bankers Association Loan.-The American Bankers Association has
allocated to the University of Florida one loan for a student whose major course is in
banking, economics, or related subjects in classes of junior grade or above. The value
of this loan is $250.
Benton Engineering Loan Fund.-On May 20, 1938, a friend of the late Dean
Benton gave to the Engineering College $500 to be used as a revolving loan fund. This
fund is to be used in cases of emergency when, on account of financial difficulties,
worthy students would be kept from graduating unless they could receive some assistance.
Only in special cases are these loans made to members of the junior class. Applications
for loans from this fund should be made to the Dean of the College of Engineering,
University of Florida, Gainesville.
Business Administration Loan Fund.-This is a short-term loan fund confined to
students in the College of Business Administration. It was started with a contribution
of $150.00 from Mr. Lemuel R. Boulware. Applications for the loan should be made
to the Committee on Student Aid, Scholarships and Awards and approved by the Dean
of the College of Business Administration.
Chemistry Department Loan Fund.-A friend of the Department of Chemistry,
who wishes to remain anonymous, has created a revolving loan fund available to needy
students of chemistry who show promise of success. Eligibility is to be determined by
the Head of the Department of Chemistry or his selected representatives. The maxi-
mum amount to be loaned to a deserving applicant is $200 per year. No interest is to
be charged. No co-signer or endorsement is required. The principal is to be repaid
within five years.
Florida Society of Colonial Dames of the XVII Century.-This organization has
established a loan fund for deserving students at the University of Florida amounting to
$437.00 to date. Applications should be made to the Dean of Men who is Chairman
of the Committee on Student Aid, Scholarships and Awards.
The National Society of the Colonial Dames of America in the State of Florida
Loan Fund.-The National Society of the Colonial Dames of America in the State of
Florida has established a loan scholarship for deserving students. This scholarship is
administered by the Directors of the Florida Educational Loan Association. Applica-
tions should be made to the Chairman of the Committee on Student Aid, Scholarships
and Awards.
William Wilson Finley Foundation.-As a memorial to the late President Finley
and in recognition of his interest in agricultural education, the Southern Railway Com-
pany has donated to the University of Florida the sum of $1,000 to be used as a loan
fund. No loan from this fund to an individual is to exceed $150 per year. Applica-
tions should be sent to the Chairman of the Committee on Student Aid, Scholarships
and Awards.
Florida Association of Architects Loan Fund.-The Florida Association of Archi-
tects has created a revolving loan fund of $500 for the purpose of aiding needy students
in Architecture who have proved themselves worthy. Applications should be made to
the Dean of the College of Architecture and Allied Arts, University of Florida,
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H. Harold Hume Student Loan Fund.-Friends of Dean Emeritus Hume have
donated a limited amount of money to be set aside in a revolving student loan fund. Ap-
plicants must be currently registered undergraduate students in the College of Agriculture,
or graduate students majoring in agriculture. Applications should be made to the Com-
mittee on Student Aid, Scholarships and Awards.
Humble Oil Company Loan Fund.-A loan fund of $18,500 has been made avail-
able by the Humble Oil Company through the Board of Control. Applicants must
have completed at least one semester of college work with a scholastic average of C or
better. The amount of these loans will not exceed $200 per year to undergraduates.
Applicants will be required to furnish a satisfactory endorser of notes. A schedule of
repayment is provided whereby the borrower will be allowed a period of three years
after leaving the University to complete repayment, with the understanding that at
any time while in attendance at the University or after graduation or leaving the Uni-
versity the total amount or any part of the loan may be repaid. Loans will bear 5%
interest, but will not begin bearing interest until the borrower is graduated or for any
other reason leaves the University.
Kappa Delta Pi Loan Fund.-Kappa Delta Pi, honorary education fraternity of the
University of Florida, has established a loan fund for both graduate and undergraduate
students who are members of Kappa Delta Pi and who are preparing for the teaching
profession. Further information concerning this loan fund and forms for making ap-
plication may be secured from the treasurer of Kappa Delta Pi, P. K. Yonge building,
or from Kenneth P. Kidd, chairman of the loan fund committee.
Kiwanis Club Loan Fund.-The Kiwanis Club of Tampa, Inc., has a limited
amount of money set aside in a revolving student loan fund. Any student from Hills-
borough County is eligible to apply for a loan. Application may be made to Mr. Ed-
ward D. Cooper, 704 First National Bank Building, Tampa 2, Florida.
Knights of Pythias Scholarship Loans.-Several scholarship loans have been estab-
lished by the Grand Lodge of the Knights of Pythias. Application for these loans should
be made to Mr. Frank Kellow, Secretary-Treasurer, Student Aid Department, Grand
Lodge of Florida Knights of Pythias, Fort Myers, Florida.
The Knights Templar Student Loan Fund.-The Grand Commandery Knights
Templar of Florida has a revolving student loan fund available to students in the
various colleges of the State, for their junior and senior years, where satisfactory ref-
erences pertaining to character and scholastic records are furnished. Students should
contact local Commandery nearest their homes, as their first step, and then they will
be referred to a committee handling the loan.
The Alfred Morton Kohn Memorial Loan Fund.-The Alfred Morton Kohn
Memorial Loan Fund was established by Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kohn in memory of their
son, Alfred Morton Kohn, who was a graduate of the 1942 Class of the University of
Florida. He served in the United States Army as Editor of Stars and Stripes, and
afterwards as War Correspondent of Stars and Stripes in France. He was killed August
29, 1944, in line of duty.
This loan fund is limited to two loans per year of $250 each to students registered
in the College of Arts and Sciences, majoring in Journalism. The loans will be ad-
vanced, without interest, to the two students qualifying, and is to be paid back be-
ginning three years after graduation. The administration of the loan fund shall be
through the Committee on Student Aid, Scholarships and Awards at the University of
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The Ladies' Auxiliary Fund.-The Ladies Auxiliary of the Florida State Pharma-
ceutical Association has established a loan fund for deserving students of pharmacy in
need of assistance. Further information may be obtained from the Dean of the College
of Pharmacy, University of Florida, Gainesville.
Senior Law Loan Fund.-A loan fund available to seniors in the College of Law
was established by the Law Class of 1938 and has been increased by subsequent gifts.
Applications should be made to the Dean of the College of Law, University of Florida,
Gainesville.
Latin-American Loan Fund.-This fund at present amounts to $600.00 to be used
as an emergency loan fund for Latin-American students in attendance at the University
of Florida. Dr. William Kenneth Jackson contributed $250, Dr. Alberto Lleras con-
tributed $50.00 and Major-General Roy H. Parker contributed $300.000 to this fund.
The James F. and Elsie A. Magurno Loan Fund.-Applicants must be residents
of the State of Florida and qualify as follows:
1. Be a bona fide resident for three (3) years of the area comprised of Clearwater,
Belleair, Largo, Dunedin, Tarpon Springs and Safety Harbor.
2. Have a total immediate family income of less than $3,000 per annum.
3. Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, Sea Scouts and Mariner Scouts are to be given first
preference.
4. Applicants must have a high school average of at least 80% or a college average
of "C". Loans will be made on basis of greatest need.
5. All applicants are to take oath of allegiance to the United States. The maxi-
mum amount for any given semester is $125, with $250 maximum to any one student.
No interest will be charged until one year after the loan is in effect; thereafter, interest,
not compounded, will be charged at the rate of 4%.
Applications should be made to the Committee on Student Aid, Scholarships and
Awards at the University of Florida or to the local Committee, Courthouse, Clearwater,
Florida.
The Board of Education of the Methodist Church Loan Fund.-The Board of
Education of the Methodist Church has set up a loan fund which is available to stu-
dents who are members of the Methodist Church. Information relative to the conditions
under which these loans are made can be secured from The Board of Education of the
Methodist Church, 810 Broadway, Nashville, Tennessee; or from the Director of the
Wesley Foundation, West University Avenue, Gainesville, Florida.
The Verne E. Minich Educational Foundation Loan Fund.-The Verne E. Minich
Foundation has made available a loan fund to University of Florida students. The
applicant for a loan from this fund must be a graduate of an accredited high school,
and must have completed at least two semesters of college work with a scholastic aver-
age of C or better. The amount of loans will not exceed $250 per year to any one
individual. Loans will bear 4% interest, but will not begin bearing interest until the
borrower is graduated or for any other reason leaves the University. Applicants will be
required to furnish a satisfactory endorser of their note. A schedule of repayment is
provided whereby a borrower will be allowed a period of three years after leaving the
University in which to complete repayment. Application should be made to the Chair-
man of the Committee on Student Aid, Scholarships and Awards, Office of the Dean
of Men.
E. Mize Loan Fund.-Mr. E. Mize, a former turpentine operator in Alachua
County, has made available a loan fund not to exceed $900.00 per year for students







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majoring in Forestry. Loans are to be repaid within five years after graduation or
withdrawal from School. Students interested in this loan should apply to the Director,
School of Forestry.
The Albert Alexander Murphree Loan Fund.-A friend and former student of
Dr. Albert Alexander Murphree has contributed $500 to be used as an emergency loan
fund for University of Florida students. Other friends are invited to add to this fund.
This loan fund is designed to meet emergency needs of students. Loans will be
limited to $50 to any one student and are to be repaid within a three-months period or
before leaving school. Application for the loans should be made through the Office of
the Dean of Men, University of Florida.
Murphree Engineering Loan Fund.-On September 16, 1929, a friend of our late
President, Dr. A. A. Murphree, gave to the Engineering College $500 to be used as a
revolving loan fund. This fund was to be used in cases of emergency when, on account
of financial difficulties, worthy students would be kept from graduating unless they
could receive some assistance. Only in special cases are these loans made to members
of the junior class. Applications for loans from this fund should be made to the Dean
of the College of Engineering, University of Florida, Gainesville.
Pharmacy Loan Fund.-The Duval County Ladies' Auxiliary of the Florida State
Pharmaceutical Association has established a short-term loan fund of $400 for the use
of students in the College of Pharmacy. These loans are made in amounts not exceed-
ing $50 and for periods not exceeding 90 days. Further information may be obtained
from Mrs. P. A. Foote, 517 SW 10th Street, Gainesville, Florida.
P. E. O. Educational Loan Fund.-This loan fund is available to women students
at the University of Florida. Loans may be secured in amounts of $400, maximum for
one year, or $800.00, maximum for two years. Applications should be made to the Dean
of Women, University of Florida, from whom additional information may be obtained.
Phi Kappa Phi Loan Fund.-The Florida chapter of Phi Kappa Phi, national
honorary scholastic society, has established a $250 annual loan fund for Phi Kappa
Phi members. Loans will be made principally to students intending to pursue graduate
work. Application should be made to Professor W. A. Gager, Phi Kappa Phi Loan
Fund, University of Florida, Gainesville.
Pickett and Hatcher Educational Fund.-The Pickett and Hatcher Educational
Fund was created by the late Claud Adkins Hatcher, of Columbus, Georgia, founder of
the NEHI Corporation and its predecessors. In his will, Mr. Hatcher set aside a sub-
stantial sum to assist worthy students to obtain a college education. Inquiries concerning
loans from this fund should be addressed to Pickett and Hatcher Educational Fund,,
P. O. Box 1233, Columbus, Georgia.
Rotary Loan Fund.-The Rotarians of Florida have set aside a considerable sum
of money to be used in making loans to worthy boys or girls who would not otherwise
be able to attend college. The maximum loan is $300 per year. These loans are not
available to freshmen. Applications for these loans should be made to the President of
the Rotary Club of the city from which the student registers, or to Mr. K. H. Graham,
Secretary-Treasurer, Florida Educational Loan Corporation, University of Florida,
Gainesville.
The Leo S. Rowe Pan American Fund.-Through the generosity of Dr. Leo S.
Rowe, the late Director General of the Pan American Union, a revolving loan fund was
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wish to pursue studies or investigations in the universities and colleges of the United
States.
The Fund thus created through his will is known as the Leo S. Rowe Pan Ameri-
can Fund. It is administered through a Permanent Committee, designated by the Coun-
cil of the Organization of American States.
The benefits of the fund are extended in the form of loans to students in the fol-
lowing categories:
1. Latin American students who, having completed their technical or professional
studies, wish to come to the United States to pursue advanced studies or engage in
special research or investigations of a technical or scientific nature.
2. Latin American students who are already pursuing studies or research in the
United States, and who require additional assistance to enable them to complete their
work or to meet an emergency.
3. Latin American students who are the recipients of scholarships for study in the
universities or colleges of the United States, or have resources of their own to undertake
such studies, but who may require additional assistance to enable them to meet their
needs..
The Permanent Committee has particularly stressed the importance that these loans
be granted to applicants whose studies have a direct bearing on the economic, social
and cultural development of the Latin American countries. Emphasis has also been
placed on the fact that all applicants must complete their studies, leading to a degree,
within the maximum period of two years. The maximum obtainable for students already
in the United States is $500 per year. The loans bear no interest and must be repaid
within five years after the completion of the purpose for which they were granted.
All inquiries should be addressed to the Secretariat of the Leo S. Rowe Pan
American Fund, Pan American Union, Washington 6, D. C.
The John G. and Fannie F. Ruge Memorial Scholarship and Loan Fund.-This
scholarship and loan fund was made available through the will of the late John G. and
Fannie F. Ruge of Panama City who stated in the will that "there is no greater
privilege in this world than to give young men and women the means of intellectual
growth." A limited amount of the fund has been set up for scholarships; the remainder
is operated as a loan fund. "Such loans," he stated, "are to be made on the condition
that the recipient refund the money thus loaned as soon as he or she may reasonably be
able to earn it after providing for their livelihood in an economical manner." These
loans, if not repaid, will not only manifest ingratitude to those individuals who made
them possible, but will work gross injury to the John G. and Fannie F. Ruge Loan
Fund.
The applicant must be a bona fide full time student of the University of Florida
and must have completed at least thirty hours of college work with a scholastic average
of C or better. The maximum loan granted to any one student during the year is $500,
or a total of $1,000 while in school. Applications for both scholarships and loans should
be made to the Office of the Dean of Men.
John J. Tigert Student Loan Fund.-At its meeting on April 15, 1946, the Board
of Control accepted $500 from a friend of the University to be used as a revolving
loan fund. This fund was to be used in cases of emergency when, on account of financial
difficulties, worthy students would be kept from graduating unless they could receive
some assistance. Only in special cases are these loans made to members of the junior






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class. Applications for loans from this fund should be made to the Dean of the College
of Engineering, University of Florida, Gainesville.
Tolbert Memorial Student Loan Fund.-Through the efforts of various student
organizations approximately $12,000 has been accumulated for making short-term loans
to students to meet financial emergencies. These loans are made in amounts not ex-
ceeding $50 and for periods not exceeding 90 days.
The Edward J. Triay, Jr. Memorial Loan Fund.-This loan fund was made avail-
able through the will of the late Edward J. Triay, Jr. Requirements for this loan are:
The applicant must be a bona fide resident of Florida, male, and must have completed
at least one semester of college work with a scholastic average of C or better.
The amount of these loans will not exceed $200 per year to undergraduates. Ap-
plications should be made to the Committee on Student Aid, Scholarships and Awards,
of which the Dean of Men is Chairman.
The Jacksonville Chapter, United Daughters of the Confederacy Loan Fund.-
The Jacksonville Chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy grants a loan of
$200 each year to a student registered in one of the colleges or universities in the State
of Florida. Applications should be made to the President of Jacksonville Chapter No.
1128, Jacksonville, Florida.
The Martha Reid Chapter, United Daughters of the Confederacy Loan Fund.-
The Martha Reid Chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy has established
a loan fund of $200 to be given to a junior or senior in the University of Florida who
is of Confederate lineage and is not affiliated with a social fraternity. Applications for
this loan fund may be made to Mrs. J. M. Warren, Jr., President, Martha Reid Chapter,
No. 19, United Daughters of the Confederacy, Jacksonville, Florida. This loan shall be
repaid in monthly installments, of not less than $10 without interest beginning with
October of the second year after graduation.
Joseph Well Student Loan Fund.-At its meeting on April 15, 1946, the Board
of Control accepted $500 from a friend of the University to be used as a revolving
fund. This fund was to be used in cases of emergency when, on account of financial
difficulties, worthy students would be kept from graduating unless they could receive
some assistance. Only in special cases are these loans made to members of the junior
class. Applications for loans from this fund should be made to the Dean of the College
of Engineering, University of Florida, Gainesville.
Rudolph Weaver Student Loan Fund.-Under the provisions of the will of Rudolph
Weaver, Director of the School of Architecture from 1925 to 1944, a $500 loan fund
was created to aid students in Architecture who have completed two years of their Uni-
versity course. Applications should be made to the Dean of the College of Architecture
and Allied Arts, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida.

STUDENT HEALTH DEPARTMENT
Applicants for admission to the University are furnished a medical history and
physical examination form by the Registrar's office. The medical history is completed
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 Department, University of
Florida, Gainesville. The medical history and physical 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




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