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COMMITTEE


FRESHMAN


WEEK


BEAT


B. A. TOLBERT
C. A. ROBERTSON
W. W. LITTLE


HOWARD


DYKMAN


Chairman


A. FOOTE


P. O.
H. N.


YEATON


JUNE


E. ABBOTT


HEADQUARTERS


OFFICE OF THE DEAN
106 Peabody


STUDENTS


University


Record


comprises:


Reports of


President


Board


Control,


Bulletin


of General


Information,


annual


announcements of


individual


leges


of the


University,


announcements


special


courses


instruction,


and reports of the University Officers.
These bulletins will be sent gratuitously to all persons who apply for them.


The applicant should specifically


state which


bulletin


or what


information is


desired.


Address


THE REGISTRAR


University of Fl
Gainesville,


orida


Florida


Research


Publications.-Research


publications


contain


results


search work.
eral series.


Papers are published as separate monographs numbered in sev-


There is no


tutions


free mailing list of


are arranged


these publications.


University


Library.


Exchanges


Correspondence


with insti-
concerning


such exchanges should be addressed to the University Librarian,


University of


Florida,


Gainesville,


Florida.


issue and sale


these


publications is


under the control of


the Committee on


Publications.


Requests for individual


copies, or for any other copies not included in institutional exchanges, should


addressed


to the


University


Library,


University


of Florida,


Gainesville,


Florida.


The Committee on


University


Publications
















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WELCOME


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FRESHMEN


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It is a genuine pleasure to welcome new students to tle
University of Florida, because we know that here are illimitab
if the newcomer will seize them.
It has been often said no institution ever educated anybody.
may be provided, but students must avail themselves of theE


by their own initiative and industry. We realize tha
plexed with problems at the beginning and that upo:
dends their happiness and success at the University.
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t many


st


campus of the
le opportunities


$e


Opportunities
opportunities


udents are per-


n a solution of these de-
The success or failure
S*.


ol your career may depend upon your experience in your nnr
university. Every possible assistance is provided for a solution
lems that confront you. More especially, the Office of the De,
undertakes to counsel with those who are in need of help and


We hope that each student will find his


t year at this


In
an


the prob-
Students


advice.


sojourn here to be one of industry,


happiness, and


success.


JOHN
President of


In extending a cordial welcome
Florida, the upperclassmen wish


1to


incoming students of
nT


TIGERT,
e University.


University


you every success. New expenences, new


pleasures and new tasks await you. May you make the years spent here years
of accomplishment, pleasant recreation, and real self-development.
Though the University of Florida is little more than a quarter of a century
old, the Florida men who have gone before you have established traditions
that form the background of your college life. It is your privilege and your
duty to maintain and enrich the traditions that have come down through the


years to you, so that your successors
The Honor System of the University ot


may receive an even richer heritage.
f Florida is the keystone of our student


government and our most cherished tradition. Be diligent to acquaint your-
selves with it, that you may safeguard yourselves from unintentional violations
of the Honor Code. The Honor system is not perfect, nor will it ever be; but


in your hands
worthy of it.


Ihe St
We sincere
ticipate in
scholastic


udent B
ely hope


ody


any activity
work is of


offers 3
t you v
r that r
primary


power


a bro;
avail
appea


strengthen

ad field of
yourselves


I


it by


proving


extra-curricular
of the onnortun:


bearing


yourselves

endeavor.


itv to


-i
in mind that


importance.


par-
your


Presid


WILLIAM A. HER
lent of the Student


IN,
Body.


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GENERAL


INSTRUCTIONS


All men planning to enter the Freshman Class must


be present ior the


session


at 10:00


A.M.


on Monday,


September


in the


Auditorium.


Counselors and student leaders will be introduced to each group at this meeting.
2. Be sure to read carefully the description of all activities for the week.


3. The program for each college
the program for your college.


is on a separate page.


Follow carefully


Attendance will be checked at each meeting.


Absences will be counted


as class cuts.


University


authorities reserve the


right


to drop


from


rolls any student absent from any


scheduled


activity.


A late registration


will be charged all students not present at the 10:00 o'clock meeting Monday


morning.
5. Locate


upon


your


him for any


counsel
help you


office


at the


earliest


possible


time,


and call


need.


The activities of the week are designed


to help you


get a good start;


take part in them in the right spirit, and you will be repaid for the effort.


The Office


of the


Dean


Students


is in Room


Peabody


Hall.


welcome


time


during your


at the


University.


This office


exists


for the


purpose


of helping


college


men


find solutions


difficult problems.


Don't


hunt


trouble.


Endeavor


to fit yourself


into


college


life with


the least amount of friction.


You will find that your instructors really


desire


to help
student
schedule


are interested


leader


or counselors


in your


questions


problems.


about


free to ask


matters


pertaining


your
your


courses.


ACTIVITIES


One of the primary purposes of Freshman
tunity to meet, outside of the classroom, the


Week
various


s to give you
faculty mem


b


an oppor-
ers under


whom you
live. The
contacts.
conference


are to work and the student
various meetings scheduled
Your student leader will be
with any other faculty men


body
will
glad,
ibers


leaders with


provide


whom you


for a large


however, to
you would


are to


number


arrange a personal
like to meet.


REGISTRATION:


Registration fo
istering, you must


'r all freshmen


will take


place


in the


Gym.


be very careful to get class cards, sections and courses of


study exactly correct. Detailed instruction will be given in filli
cards before registration. Do not hesitate to ask questions of
leader or counselors on matters pertaining to your registration.


PHYSICAL


ing out record
your student


EXAMINATION:


Physical examinations will be ma
a thorough physical examination by
careful note of any physical defect i


INTERVIEW WITH


be
adi


Infirmary.


You will be given


competent physicians. You should make
pointedd out and follow instructions given.


COUNSELORS:


The purpose of this interview is to supply personal information which will
valuable to the University authorities in helping you to become better
hinted to iniversitv life Your rconnplor will he in his office for the









ENGINEERING QUALIFYING
All students applying


quired
subjects


to take
s which


test accurately


TEST:
for admission to the College of Engineering are re-


a qualifying test befo
are necessary for the


training


in engineering, students


whose


re being admitted.
engineering course.


in these subjects


of training


in order
would


The tes
The


is on basic


is to


;istering
almost


purpose


to avoid reg
render failure


cert ain.


ENGLISH


PLACEMENT


TEST:


The English


Such
and


matters


nounI


cludetd.


Placement
as spelling,


forms,


and the


Test covers foundation work


capitalization,
discrimination


punctuation,


in the


in the use of English.


correct


meaning


Those students who show themselves especially


will be required to take an extra semester


before being permitted to register for


given
best


for this


extra semester


record


in the English
furnished.


Department.


work.


I you
Bring


English
It is


make
TWO


of work alon


use
words


are in-


deficient in this work
g the lines indicated


No college credit will be


important tt
11 determine


PENCILS.


your


Note


De at your
classification


books


PSYCHOLOGICAL


TEST:


It is


important


the best


of condition


when


Psychological Test.


Your record in this test will


be used by your instructors


and your dean during your college career, and perhaps by your employer after
you leave college. Bring TWO PENCILS.


CONFERENCE


WITH


THE DEAN:


At the


conference


your


dean


should


determine,


as far as this


session is concerned, whether or not you will remain in the college you
selected at the beginning of Freshman Week. If you want to make a change
after this explanation of the purposes and requirements of the college, you will
need to consult your counselor and student leader before joining another group.

RECREATION:


University


swimming


will be


open


Week, and you are invited to use it during the recreation


during
period.


Freshman


LIBRARY:


The Library is a very systematic as well as efficient organization, and you
will need to know at once how to use it to the best advantage. A great deal of
your reference work will be done in the Library. There will be demonstrations
in the use of the library given to your group.


ORGA N IZATIO N


PERIOD


IN THE


AUDITORIUM


It is very important that every man be present in the Auditorium at
10:00 A.M. on Monday, September 12. At this time the groups will be organ-
ized and student leaders will be assigned. As a rule, twenty-five men will be
placed in each group. Students coming late will be placed at a disadvantage,
as they will have to be put into groups that are already full.


SPECIAL


ASSEMBLIES:









COLLEGE


NIGHT:


In order that


schedule


seem too heavy, one night of
will be composed of music,
University talent. This pros
Fraternity. Any member of
to give it on College Night.


of activities


fun is plannm
songs, yells,


gram


during


Freshman


The program of


and a number


is prepared


sponsor


Week


College


of skits
>red by


the Class of '36 who has a skit ready


Night


ut on by
ie O.D.K.
is invited


VOCATIONAL GUIDANCE READING


AND EXHIBIT ROOM


During Freshman Week, there will b,
reading room with an exhibit of Vocationa
Freshmen who have not decided on their
selves of these facilities. The Director of
will be in his office (110 Peabody Hall) d
interviews. Those freshmen who have i


e maintain
1 Charts in
life work
the Burea
during Fres
)reviouslv


(114 PEABODY


ed a
Roo


HALL)


vocational guidance
m 114 Peabody Hall.


are invited to avail them-
u of Vocational Guidance
hman Week for vocational
taken the vocational test


are especially urged


FRESHMEN


to see


INTERESTED


e Director for the results.


IN CHEMISTRY:


Gamma


sor a


Sigi


program


major in chemist
medical students,


nma Epsilon,
which will


try,
pha


national
e of real


honorary
interest


and particularly to all
Irmicists, and chemists.


on Friday night, September 16, at 203
Blue Bulletin during Freshman Week.


Benton


chemical fraternity,
to all freshmen who


future chemicc
The program


Hall.


Watch


viu spon-
intend to


ii engineers, pre-
will be presented


the Orange and


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PROGRAM


ACTIVITIES


COLLEGE OF


ARTS


AND SCIENCES


Groups


1, 2, 3,


MONDAY,


SEPTEMBER


10:00-11:00 A.M.
11:00-12:00 A.M.
1:00- 2:00 P.M.
2:00- 3:00 P.M.


3:00- 4:00
7:00- 9:00


P.M.
P.M.


Organization-Auditorium
President Tigert's Address-Auditorium
Open
English Placement Test. Group 1, La


Preliminary
Conference


Registration
with Dean


nguage Hall 210


Groups 2, 3, 4, Science Hall 101
(Groups meet same as above.)
Wilson-Auditorium


L


TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER


:30-
:00-1
:00-1
:00-1
:00-
:00-
:00-


Assembly-Auditorium
*Meet Counselor
*Meet Counselor
*Meet Counselor
Open
*Meet Counselor
College Night-Auditorium


WEDNESDAY,


SEPTEMBER


8:30- 9:00 A.M.
9:00-10:00'A.M.
10:00-12:00 A.M.
1:00- 4:00 P.M.


Assembly-Auditorium
**Physical Examination
Open
Registration-New Gy:


-Infirmary


m


THURSDAY,


SEPTEMBER


:30-
:00-1
:00-1
:00-
:00-


A.M.
A.M.
A.M.
P.M.
P.M.


Assembly-Auditorium
Open
Student Activity Peri
Open
Library Information-I


od-Auditorium


library


Building.


Groups 1, 2, 3, 4


8:30- 9:00 A.M.


FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER
Assembly-Auditorium


SATURDAY,


8:30- 9:00 A.M.
9:00-12:00 A.M.


SEPTEMBER


Assembly-Audit orium
Psychological Test-Auditorium


__









PROGRAM


ACTIVITIES


COLLEGE OF


ARTS AND


SCIENCES


B. S. Groups 5, 6, 7, 8
Pre-Med. Groups 9, 10


MONDAY,


10:00-11:00 A.M.
11:00-12:00 A.M.
1:00- 2:00 P.M.
2:00- 3:00 P.M.


3:00- 4:00 P.M.
7:00- 9:00 P.M.


SEPTEMBER


Organization-Auditorium
President Tigert's Address-Auditorium


Open
English Pla


Preliminary
Conference


cement


Test.


Registration.
with Dean


Groups 5, 6, 7, Chemistry 112
Groups 8, 9, Language Hall 109
Group 10, Chemistry 212
(Groups meet same as above.)
Wilson-Auditorium


TUESDAY,


SEPTEMBER


:30-
:00-1
:00-1
:00-1
:00-
:00-
:00-


:30- 9
:00-10
:00-11
:00-12
:00- 4


A.M.
A.M.
A.M.
A.M.
P.M.
P.M.
P.M.


Assembly-Auditorium
*Meet Counselor
*Meet Counselor
*Meet Counselor
Open
*Meet Counselor
College Night-Auditorium


WEDNESDAY,


A.M.
A.M.
A.M.
A.M.
P.M.


SEPTEMBER


Assembly-Auditorium
Open
* Physical Examination-Infirmary.
**Physical Examination-In firmary.
Registration-New Gym


Groups
Groups


5, 6,


THURSDAY,


8:30- 9:00 A.M.
9:00-11:00 A.M.
11:00-12:00 A.M.
1:00- 4:00 P.M.


SEPTEMBER


Assembly-Auditorium
Open
Student Activity Period-Auditorium
Open


FRIDAY,


SEPTEMBER


8:30- 9:00 A.M.
9:00-11:00 A.M.


Assembly-Auditorium
Library Information.


Groups 5,
Building


Library


SATURDAY,


8:30- 9:00 A.M.
9:00-12:00 A.M.


SEPTEMBER


Assembly-Auditorium
Psychological Test-Auditorium









PROGRAM


COLLEGE OF


ACTIVITIES


AGRICULTURE


Groups


MONDAY,


SEPTEMBER


10:00-11:00 A.M.
11:00-12:00 A.M.
1:00- 2:00 P.M.
2:00- 3:00 P.M.


00- 4:00
00- 9:00


P.M.
P.M.


Organization-Auditorium
President Tigert's Address-Auditorium
Open
English Placement Test. Group 11, AE


Preliminary
Conference


Registration.
with Dean Flo


riculture 114


Groups 12, 13, Peabody 4
(Groups meet same as above.)
)yd-Agriculture 104


TUESDAY,


SEPTEMBER


:30-
:00-1
:00-1
:00-1
:00-
:00-
:00-


A.M.
A.M.
A.M.
A.M.
P.M.
P.M.
P.M.


Assembly-Auditorium
**Physical Examination-
**Physical Examination-
*Meet Counselor
Open
*Meet Counselor
College Night-Audito


-Infirmary
-Infirmary


riam


WEDNESDAY,


SEPTEMBER


8:30- 9:00
9:00-10:00
10:00-11:00
11:00-12:00
2:00- 4:00


A.M.
A.M.
A.M.
A.M.
P.M.


Assembly-Auditorium
*Meet Counselor
*Meet Counselor
*Meet Counselor
Library Information.


Groups 11,


12, 13, Library


Building


THURSDAY,


8:30- 9:00 A.M.
9:00-11:00 A.M.
11:00-12:00 A.M.
1:00- 4:00 P.M.


SEPTEMBER


Assembly-Auditorium
Registration-New Gym
Student Activity Period-Auditorium
Open


FRIDAY,


8:30- 9:00 A.M.


SEPTEMBER


Assembly-Auditorium


SATURDAY,


8:30- 9:00 A.M.
9:00-12:00 A.M.


SEPTEMBER


Assembly-Auditorium
Psychological Test-Auditorium









PROGRAM


ACTIVITIES


SCHOOL
Group ]


OF ARCHITECTURE


AND ALLIED


ARTS


MONDAY,


SEPTEMBER


A.M.
A.M.
P.M.
P.M.
P.M.
P.M.


Organization]
President I
Open
English Pla
Information
Conference


n-Auditorium
'igert's Address-Auditorium


cement T
Cards.
with Dire


est.


Group


Science


Group meets same as
Victor Weaver-Peabody


Hall
above
Hall


TUESDAY,


SEPTEMBER


8:30- 9
9:00-10
10:00-11
11:00-12
1:00- 4
7:00- 9


A.M.
A.M.
A.M.
A.M.
P.M.
P.M.


Assembly-Auditorium
*Meet Counselor
*Meet Counselor
**Physical Examination-Infirmary
Open
College Night-Auditorium


WEDNESDAY,


SEPTEMBER


8:30- 9
9:00-10
10:00-11
11:00-12
1:00- 4


A.M.
A.M.
A.M.
A.M.
P.M.


Assembly--Auditorium


*Meet Counselor
*Meet Counselor
Student Activity
Open


Period-Auditorium


THURSDAY,


SEPTEMBER


8:30- 9:00 A.M.
9:00-10:00 A.M.
10:00-12:00 A.M.
1:00- 4:00 P.M.


Assembly-Auditorium
Registration-New Gym
Library Information. Group
Open


Library


Building


FRIDAY,


8:30- 9:00 A.M,


SEPTEMBER


* Assembly-Auditorium


SATURDAY,


8:30- 9:00 A.
9:00-12:00 A.M.


SEPTEMBER


Assembly-A auditorium
Psychological Test-Audi:orium


I








PROGRAM


ACTIVITIES


COLLEGE OF COMMERCE AND JOURNALISM


Journalism


Groups


MONDAY,


SEPTEMBER


10:00-11:00
11:00-12:00
1:00- 2:00
2:00- 3:00

3:00- 4:00
7:00- 9:00


A.M.
A.M.
P.M.
P.M.

P.M.
P.M.


Organization-Auditorium
President Tigert's Address-Auditorium
Open
English Placement Test. Group 15, Chemistry 212
Group 16, Agriculture 104
Preliminary Registration. (Groups meet same as above.)
Conference with Dean Matherly-Law College Court Room


TUESDAY,


SEPTEMBER


4:00
9:00


A.M.
A.M.
A.M.
A.M.
P.M.
P.M.
P.M.
P.M.


Assembly-Audit
*Meet Counselor
*Meet Counselor
*Meet Counselor
Open
**Physical ExamiI
Open
College Night--


orium


nation.


Groups


Infirmary


auditorium


WEDNESDAY,


A.M.
A.M.
A.M.
A.M.
P.M.


SEPTEMBER


Assembly-Auditorium
*Meet Counselor
*Meet Counselor
Student Activity Period-Auditorium
Open


THURSDAY,


8:30- 9:00 A.M.
9:00-11:00 A.M.
11:00-12:00 A.M.
1:00- 4:00 P.M.


SEPTEMBER


Assembly-Auditorium
Open
Registration-New Gym
Registration-New Gym


FRIDAY,


SEPTEMBER


8:30- 9:00 A.M.
9:00-12:00 A.M.
2:00- 4:00 P.M.


Assembly-Auditorium
Open
Library Information.


Groups 15,


16, Library


Building


SATURDAY,


8:30- 9:00 A.M.
9:00-12:00 A.M.


SEPTEMBER


Assembly-Auditorium
Psychological Test-Auditorium









PROGRAM


OF ACTIVITIES


COLLEGE


OF COMMERCE


AND JOURNALISM


Pre-Law Group 17
Pre-Engineering Group 18
Groups 19, 20, 21, 22, 23


MONDAY,


SEPTEMBER


10:00-11:00
11:00-12:00
1:00- 2:00
2:00- 3:00


A.M.
A.M.
P.M.
P.M.


Organization-Auditorium
President Tigert's Address-Auditorium


Open
English Placement Test.


Group
Groups
Groups
Groups


17, Agriculture 104
18, 19, Language :
20, 21, Law 105
22, 23, Law 204


3:00- 4:00 P.M.
7:00- 9:00 P.M.


Preliminary Registration. (Groups meet same as above.)
Conference with Dean Matherly-Law College Court Room


:30- 9
:00-10
:00-11
:00-12
:00- 2
:00- 3
:00- 4
:00- 9


TUESDAY,


A.M.


SEPTEMBER


Assembly-Auditorium


*Meet
*Meet
*Meet
Open
**Physi
* *Physi
College


(
(


counselorr
counselorr
Counselor


cal Examination. Groups 17,
cal Examination. Groups 19, 20,
;e Night-Auditorium


Infirmary
22, 23, Infirmary


WEDNESDAY,


SEPTEMBER


8:30- 9:00
9:00-11:00

11:00-12:00
1:00- 2:00
2:00- 3:00
3:00- 4:00


A.M.
A.M.

A.M.
P.M.
P.M.
P.M.


Assembly-Auditor
Library Informatic


Student
Open
*Meet C
*Meet C


Activity

counselorr
counselorr


:ium
in. Groups 19, 20,
Building
Period-Auditorium


THURSDAY,


8:30- 9:00 A.M.
9:00-11:00 A.M.
11:00-12:00 A.M.
1:00- 4:00 P.M.


SEPTEMBER


Assembly-Auditorium
Open
Registration-New Gym
Registration-New Gym


FRIDAY,


SEPTEMBER


8:30- 9:00 A.M.
9:00-12:00 A.M.
2:00- 4:00 P.M.


Assembly-Auditorium
Open
Library Information.


Groups 17, 18, Library


Building


SATURDAY,


F-.l- Q-00 A.M


SEPTEMBER


A ssfmhl v-Au ditorium


Library







PROGRAM


COLLEGE OF


ACTIVITIES


EDUCATION


Groups


MONDAY,


10:00-11:00 A.M.
11:00-12:00 A.M.
1:00- 2:00 P.M.
2:00- 3:00 P.M.


SEPTEMBER


Organization-Auditorium
President Tigert's Address-Auditorium
Open
English Placement Test. Groups 24, 2


3:00- 4:00
7:00- 9:00


P.M.
P.M.


Prelinminary
Conference


Hall 205
Registration. (Groups meet
with Dean Norman-Peabody


same as above.)
Hall 205


TUESDAY,


SEPTEMBER


8:30- 9:00
9:00-10:00
0:00-11:00
1:00-12:00
1:00- 2:00
2:00- 4:00

7:00- 9:00


A.M.
A.M.
A.M.
A.M.
P.M.
P.M.

P.M.


Assembly-Auditorium
*Meet Counselor
*Meet Counselor
* Meet Counselor
Open
Library Information.


College


Groups
Building


Library


Night-Auditorium


WEDNESDAY,


SEPTEMBER


8:30- 9
9:00-10
10:00-12
1:00- 2
2:00- 4


A.M.
A.M.
A.M.
P.M.
P.M.


Assembly-Auditorium
*Meet Counselor
**Physical Examination.
Open
Registration-New Gym


Groups


Infirmary


THURSDAY,


8:30- 9:00 A.M.
9:00-11:00 A.M.
11:00-12:00 A.M.
1:00- 4:00 P.M.


SEPTEMBER


Assembly-Auditorium
Open
Student Activity Period--Auditorium
Open


FRIDAY,


SEPTEMBER


8:30- 9:00


A.M.


Assembly-Auditorium


SATURDAY,


8:30- 9:00 A.M.
9:00-12:00 A.M.


SEPTEMBER


Assembly-Auditorium
Psychological Test-Auditorium


Peabody








PROGRAM


COLLEGE


ACTIVITIES


OF ENGINEERING


Groups


28, 29,


30, 31,


MONDAY,


SEPTEMBER


10:00-11:00
11:00-12:00
1:00- 2:00
2:00- 3:00


A.M.
A.M.
P.M.
P.M.


Organization-Auditorium
President Tigert's Address-Auditorium
Open
English Placement Test. Groups 28,
Benton 203


3:00- 4:00 P.M.
7:00- 9:00 P.M.


Preliminary
Conference


Registration.
with Dean V


(Groups meet same as above.)
Leer-Benton 203


TUESDAY,


SEPTEMBER


1:00-12
1:00- 2
2:00- 4
7:00- 9


A.M.
A.M.
A.M.
A.M.
P.M.
P.M.
P.M.


Assembly-Auditorium


*Meet
*Meet
*Meet (
Open
*Meet (
College


Counselor
Counselor
counselorr

Counselor
Night-Auditorium


WEDNESDAY,


SEPTEMBER


8:30- 9:00
9:00-10:00
10:00-11:00
11:00-12:00
1:00- 2:00
2:00- 3:00


A.M.
A.M.
A.M.
A.M.
P.M.
P.M.


Assembly-Auditorium
Qualifying Test. Groups
Open
Student Activity Period
**Physical Examination-
**Physical Examination-


28, 29, 30,


Benton 203


S-Auditorium
Infirmary
-Infirmary


THURSDAY,


SEPTEMBER


8:30- 9:00 A.M.
9:00-10:00 A.M.
10:00-12:00 A.M.


1:00- 2:00
2:00- 4:00


P.M.
P.M.


Assembly-Auditorium
Open
Library Information.


Open
Registration-New


Groups 2
Building


Library


Gym


FRIDAY,


8:30- 9:00 A.M.


SEPTEMBER


Assembly-Auditorium


SATURDAY,


8:30- 9:00 A.M.
9:00-12:00 A.M.


SEPTEMBER


Assembly-Auditorium
Psychological Test-Auditorium








PROGRAM


COLLEGE OF
Group 33


ACTIVITIES


PHARMACY


MONDAY,


SEPTEMBER


1932


Organization-Auditorium
President Tigert's Address-Auditorium
Open
English Placement Test. Group 33, Science Hall 111
Preliminary Registration. (Groups meet same as above.)
Conference with Dean Leigh-Chemistry 212


TUESDAY,


SEPTEMBER


:30- 9:00
:00-10:00
:00-11:00
:00-12:00
:00- 2:00
:00- 9:00


Assembly-Auditorium
*Meet Counselor
*Meet Counselor
**Physical Examination.


Open
College


Group


Infirmary


Night-Auditorium


WEDNESDAY,


SEPTEMBER


1932


:30- 9:
:00-10:
:00-11:
:00-12:
:00- 4:


A.M.
A.M.
A.M.
A.M.
P.M.


Assembly-Auditorium
*Meet Counselor
*Meet Counselor
*Meet Counselor
Open


THURSDAY,


SEPTEMBER


1932


:30- 9
:00-11
:00-12
:00- 2
:00- 4
:00- 5


A.M.
A.M.
A.M.
P.M.
P.M.
P.M.


Assembly-Audit
Open
Student Activity
Open
Library Informat


orIum

Period-Auditorium


ion.


Registration-New


Group


Library


Building


Gym


FRIDAY,


SEPTEMBER


8:30- 9:00


A.M.


Assembly-Auditorium


SATURDAY,


SEPTEMBER


1932


8:30- 9:00 A.M.
9:00-12:00 A.M.


Assembly-Auditorium
Psychological Test-Auditorium





Group

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
& 23
-,1 24
25
26
27


28



29


30


31



32


College

A&S (A.B.)



A&S (B.S.)



" (P. Med.)

Ag.


Arch.
C&J







Ed.





Chem. Eng.



Civ. Eng.


Elec. Eng.





Mech. Eng.


Counselor

DeBruyn, J. W. ..........
Little, W. A. ...............
Williams, ..................
Glunt, J. D. .................
Kokomoor, F. W. ........
McInnis, S. E. ............
Pirenian, Z. M. ............
Pollard, C. B. .............
Byers, C. F. ................
Sherman, H. B. ............
Abbott, C. E. ..............
Hamilton, H. G. ..........
Senn, P. H ................
June, H. N. ...............
Emig, E. J. ..................
Lowry, W. L. ............
Chace, J. E. .................
Dykman, Howard ........
Scaglione, P. C. ........
Atwood, R. S ............
Hurst, H. C. ................
Wilson, Joe ..................
Hicks, W. T. ................
Crago, Alfred .............
Little, W. W. .............
Salt, E. B. ....................
Smith, B. O. ................


Eshleman, S. K. .........
Lowe, T. M. ...............


Sawyer, W. L. ............


Smith, E. F. ................


Weil, Joseph ................


Janes, C. H. ................
Yeaton, P. O. ..............



Foote, P. A. ................


Office

A. Studio ........
P. 203 .............
P. 114 .............
L. 107 ..............
M 212 .............
P. 108 ..........
P. 9 .................
C. 130-B ..........
S. 108 ..............
S. 109 ..............
A g. 303-2 ........
H e. 201 ..............
A g. 303 ............
P. 204 .............
L. 5 ..................
Bu. 203 ............
P. 12 ................
L. 202 .............
Bu. 103 ............
L. 202-A ..........
Bu. 302 ............
Bu. 102 ..........
Bu. 303 ..........
P. 211 ..............
P. 112-A ........
P. 105 .............
P. 103 .............


Wood Shop ......
B. 101 ............


B. 102 ..............


M 205 ..............


M 208 ..............


M 303 .............
M 203 ..............



C. 312 ...........


Asst. Counselor

Fifield, Harry ....................
Young, Jack .....................
Oberdorfer, D. ...................
Embry, Hugh ...................
Cody, Jim ......................
McDowell, L. G ..............
Berg, Henry ......................
Duffy, Owen ..................
Sadler, G. G. ..................
Johnson, Steve ...................
Butner, H. F. ....................
Crabtree, R. ....................
Bissett, Arthur ................
McCarty, W. H ................
Norton, Howard ................
Gillette, G. ....... .........
Sample, J. W. .................
Pillsbury, D. A..... .....
Brown, P. M. ................
Flipse, F. P ......................
Buchanan, J. E ............
Butler, Jack ........................
Patterson, L ...........
Cook, Erben ........................
Beach, Richard ... ....
Durrance, C. L. ..............
Perkins, L. S. ...............

f Conrad, P. L. ...............
4 Wilkes, J. F. .........
SBarksdale, G. E. .............
Emanuel, L. M ................

SBatteen, E. R. .................
Barnes, E. A. .................

SBeville, J. W. ...
SHostetler, G. W. ............

J Shackleford, J. W ........
Smith, J. B ................

Brady, C. A ....................
Macduff, S. I. ..............
De Grove, R. H. ..........
Rogers, L. H. ................

Bradley, Edwin ............


Room

A. Studio ........
P. 205 ..............
P. 101 ..............
L. 109 .........
M. 213 ..........
P. 107 .............
P. 7 ................
C. 212 ..............
S. 101 ..............
S. 111 .............
Ag. 303 ...........
He. 215 ..........
Ag. 304 ..........
P.. 201 .............
L. 8 ..................
Bu. 204 ...........
P. 11 .............
L. 203 .............
Bu. 103 ...........
L. 204 ........
Bu. 301 ......
Bu. 101 .......
Bu. 305 .......
P. 208 ..............
P. 112 ........... 1
P. 102 ............
P. 206 ..............


B. 209 .
B. 208 ..............


B. 203 ..........


M. 201 ..........


M. 209 ..............



M. 301 .............

M. 211 .............

C. 313 ..............


Student Leader

Pulfrey, C. W. ...............
Anderson, George ............
Chapman, Fielding ........
Voight, W. W. ..............
Gilbert, Fred .................
Lewis, Randolph ............
Capitano, N. ...................
Essrig, E. M.............
York, D. B ....................
Harris, Archie ................
Letsinger, Bob ................
McClure, J. T. ................
Howell, Wynn ...............
Crowell, J. M. ................
Leatherwood, D ........
Jackson, E. L. ................
Whichard, H. W. ..........
Turner, A. L. ................
Cohoe, R. W. ...................
Bergman, H. R. .........
Dasher, Julian ............
Parker, J. G. ..... ........
Badger, Louis ................
Lavin, Charles .......
Webb, Herbert ...............
Roberts, W. F. ................
McCrory, S. M ........


Herr, F. N ................



Pope, P. M. .................


Hendrix, T. ..................


Pound, C. A. ..................



Allison, John ...............



Bradley, R. A ..............


Pharm.


Group

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27


28



29


30


31



32








SUGGESTIONS FOR EFFECTIVE STUDY

GENERAL SUGGESTIONS
1. Strive to keep your body rested, for it is impossible to make an im-
pression upon a fatigued mind.


Take intervals of rest
study.


at least ten minutes after finishing a


unit of


Sleep


and exercise regularly.


4. Eat the kind and quantity of food that will give you a maximum of
energy.
5. Select the places where you can study with the minimum number of
interruptions, and then use these places regularly.
6. Star1 studying immediately at the specified time; do not waste energy
getting ready to begin.
THE PROPER APPROACH TO STUDY
1. Each subject has a certain relationship to your other subjects and to
your general college training. Decide what the relationship is and
make up your mind that it is worth while to do satisfactory work in
the course.
2. Have confidence in your ability, but back it up with fixed hours for
study. Make the changing of your schedule an exception rather than
the rule.


Remember that concentration depends
and association of ideas.


upon your interest, attention,


Memory consists mainly


associations


among facts.


in increasing the number and
It involves impression, rete


1n


closeness of
ltion, recall,


and recognition.
manently. In this


Review
classroom


It is well
way you


to remember to aim to learn facts pc
will retain the material much better.


the work of the class as soon as possible aft
n. This helps to fix the ideas in your mind.


:er leaving the


READING


ASSIGNMENTS


Recall what you know about the subject.
a. Go back to the previous lesson and recall


what you studied and


what was brought out in class.
b. Constantly relate the new material to the old, and remember that
memory demands the association of ideas.
Study the assignment as a whole in order to get the writer's complete
line of thought. After reading the entire reference, close your book,
make your outline on paper, and then review the text quickly to see
what points you have omitted. If you find special difficulties, you
can solve them in the light of the whole.


If you find your mind


what you


have read


to


wandering, pause in your reading and recall
see whether you are getting the thought.


Learn
a. In


when a
sentence


nd how


to rea


units regard


id rapidly.
especially


sentence.


beginning and









How TO


UNDERSTAND THE LECTURE


The Form:
a. Decide i
b. Leave a


1


and comic


pon an outline form which will be most useful
wide margin in order that you may add other
nents. This helps in the association of ideas.


*
to you.
material


a. Write down


b. Listen


the subject


of the


lecture.


attentively for the main facts,


especially those which


new, and
c. Discover tl
objections
questions


write


them


point


down.


view


or questions
either in class,


I


which may
s discussion


ecturer
occur


1 then
you.


or in conference


record
Raise t
;e with


any
these
the


instructor.
Go through your notes as soon as possible after the lecture and
use the margins to jot down correlations with class discussion.


reference reading, laboratory work, etc.
e. Before the next lecture, always read the precedin
to get the continuity of thought.


notes


in order


EXAMINATIONS


Preparation:
a. Thorough preparation from day to day is the best preparation for
the examination, both in economy of time and also in energy.


b. Review all the materials of
ture notes, laboratory notes,
c. Organize the material of th


the course. These may
or reference reading.


e course


in such a


inc


:lude lec-


(perhaps


topics) that you comprehend clearly its content and meaning.
and test yourself to see whether you can use the material learned.


Writing:
a. Read


the examination


as a whole,


making sure


under-


stand the meaning of each question.
b. Plan your answers in outline form and
c. Express your ideas as correctly and as


then w
clearly


rite.


as you


member th
instructor


at the
with i


purpose
vhat you


an examination
e learned.


is to


impress


ABSENCES


A. For each semester credit hour i
to the Registrar, except as provided
NOTE: It is expected that these no
be sufficient to take care of necessary
ricula activities. In no case may a st
absence or absences to be suspended.


F1


in any course, one absence is not reported
in Rule F below.
in-reported absences shall, in most cases,


u
*


absences due to sickness and extra-cur-
dent expect a penalty due to deliberate


NO EXCUSES


WILL


BE ACCEPTED


FOR


ABSENCES.


C. Members of the faculty are required
of the Registrar, in the manner specified, on
by the Registrar.


to report


absences


to the Office


blanks provided for this purpose


D. I
semester
absences
ceptions,


'or the first eight


(counting


absences


absences
in all


so reported, one hour of
see Rules E and H below.


reported
courses)


to the Registr


an


negative credit


1 for
will


ar in any
additional


be imposed.


A student


two reported


absences cancelled


honor


noint in excess of the number of semester credit hours for which he was ree-


are


can.


/


I


*r J


I


I


















.'
gr"


5/
2
--m
L i ,

.. k11 ~r


PHI ETA SIGMA, CLASS OF '35 INITIATES









must


report


them


to the


Registrar


purpose.
In case a student's latest reported
enough absences by Rule E, the Chai


on the


special


forms


provided


for this


grade in a course is sufficient to offset
rman of the Committee on Attendance


will have authority to continue him in the course, even though
in the course number more than three absences per credit hour.
Non-credit courses will be considered as credit courses acc
number of hours the class meets per week.


I


his absences


wordingg


to the


G. Upon proper petition, by the student, any penalty or penalties incurred
solely by excessive absences due to sickness, absences under the Nine-Day Rule,
or other unavoidable causes shall be considered individually by the Committee
on Attendance, which has authority to act, subject to the limitations imposed
by the Note in Rule A above.
H. For the administration of these rules, a Summer Session shall count as
a semester.


I.
these


Each semester is to
rules.


be considered


as a separate


it in administering


J. Each absence during the twenty-four
mediately preceding or following a holiday s
Appeals from this rule may be addressed t
which has authority to act.


hours (excluding Sundays) im-
shall be counted as two absences.


o the Committee


on Attendance,


K.
negative
probation


Students who
penalty hou
in by the Co


have had excessive absences amounting to four or more
s (See Rule D) during a semester will be placed on


mmittee


Should the student violate
him from the University.
college concerned shall be
Rules applying to disn
missal for absences.


on Attendance


; the terms of prob
The Registrar, th
notified of such p
lissal for failure in


during
action,
e stud<


probation.
studies


the succeeding
the Committee
ent, and the de


shall


semester.


shal
*an


1 drop
of the


also apply to dis-


Absences count


from


the first


meeting of


the class


rather


from


date a student registers for a class.


Absences


from Military Science:


1. Classes: The same regulations apply to absences from Military Science
courses as to academic courses.


2. Drill and Dress
required to be made


Parade:
un before


All absences
the close


student be absent six times during a


from Drill


of


semester,


or Dress


each semester.
without approval


Parade are
Should any


from


proper


authority, he will be placed on probation and so notified. If he is absent
thereafter, he will be reported to the Registrar, who will notify the student
that he has been dropped from the University. Any student so dropped may
have his case reviewed by the Committee on Military Affairs, but must make


application for such review in person
Saturday, Sundays and holidays) af


within


ter


the


forty-eight hours
late on which he


(not including
was dropped.


Nine-Day


Rule:


No student shall absent


for more than nine scholastic days per semesi
athletic or in other extra-curricula activities.
Schedules of each extra-curricula activity mi
faculty committee, namely: athletic schedules,


letics;
bating
Club


debating


and o


, and dramatic
and Dramatics.


ratorical
and glee


schedules
club sch


by t
tedules


himself


ter

ist I
by


he
by


in order


m the University
to participate in


be approved by the proper
the Committee on Ath-


Committee on P
the Committee


'ub


lie De-
n Glee


lr







STUDENT


ACTIVITY PERIOD


The following are the Student Leaders who will have charge of the Student
Activity Period:


W. A. HERIN,
J. D. BUTLER,
WINSTON ARN
JOHN ROGERS,


I


President of the Student Body.
Vice-President of the Student Body.
ow, Secretary of the Student Body.
Chancellor of the Honor Court.


BILL SIM
CHARLES
BILL Joi
EDGAR M
HUGH E


IE


U
[(
I.


rIONS, Clerk of the Hon
ANDREWS, Editor-in-Chic
BERT, Editor-in-Chief of
:VoY, President of the
[BRY, Head Cheer Leade


The activities to


or Court.
ef of the Seminole.
the Alligator.
Y.M.C.A.


be discussed during this


period are as follows:


Student Governn
Honor Court.
Fraternities.
Glee Club.
Orchestra.
Athletics.
Debating.
Young Men's Ch
Publications.
Songs and Yells.


SOME FLORIDA


nent.


Iristian


TRADITION


Association.



S TO WHICH FRESHMEN ARE EXPECTED


CONFORM


Wear Rat caps until the beginning of the Christmas holidays,
ception of Sundays.
Speak to all fellow-students and faculty members.
Refrain from wearing high school insignia, except class rings.
Be able to name the following:


with the ex-


Deans of all the colleges on the campus.
Captains, managers, and coaches of all


University


Florida


major


sport teams.
C. The major student body officers.
D. The Executive Council and Honor Court members from their respective
colleges.
E. Every building on the campus and its location.
Attend all student body pep meetings and parades.


Attend all athletic events taking place in Gainesville, and sit in
ing section. Freshmen with "dates" are exempt from this.
Refrain from cutting that part of the campus which forms the
the corners of which are designated by Language Hall, Benton
Gym, and the northwest gate of the campus.
Display courtesy and respect to upperclassmen; respect and
Florida traditions.
Each Freshman should become familiar with the University B
the Bulletin of General Information. Each can be had by apple
Registrar's Office in Language Hall.
The Discipline Committee of the Executive Council is ready


the cheer-


quadrangle,
Hall, New


uphold


y-Laws and
lying to the

It all times


to act upon all cases of hazing, and to see that the above rules are observed.


A nnrrrF-n fLy mrr' CrrV-T'nrrnisrr Cnrrtn'.r 'AS if 1


_I


n 1in n*









THE


HONOR


SYSTEM


Honor


Code is


Florida's


greatest


For the Honor System to remain intact
each incoming freshman class learn the
know the underlying principle back of it,


heri


it is
Code,


tage, F
of the


'lorida's oldest


utmost


become a


tradition.


importance that
of the System,


and carry it out to the full


For a majority of the freshmen entering the University of Florida,
Court will be a factor with which they are little familiar. There
attention is called to the Honor Code so that you, as an incoming
may not meet with the serious misfortune which might result from un
wi'h it, and also that you may become acquainted with this aspect
life at Florida.


Honor Code is


lest extent.
the Honor
*fore, your
freshman,
familiarity


of college


as follows:


The offenses hereinafter set forth shall be dealt with by the Honor Court after
the manner provided in the Constitution of the Student Body of the Uni-
versity of Florida:


Cheating, giving or receiving any r
test or examination in any college


manner of


aid in


connection with


course.


Stealing.


passing of


worthless checks.


If the Court finds the accused guilty, and he makes no appeal, the court shall
in its discretion either:
(a) reprimand and warn the culprit and impose six penalty semester-hours
on a freshman, nine penalty semester-hours on a sophomore, twelve
penalty semester-hours on a junior, and fifteen penalty semester-hours
on a senior, if the violation is not flagrant and it is the first offense, or


reprimand anm
hours, if the
willful, or


i warn the culprit and
culprit is a freshman


impose
and the


fifteen penalty semester-
violation is flagrant and


suspend for not less than one semester and impose penalty semester-
hours as in clause (a) of this section, if it is a clear case and the cul-
prit pleads guilty and he is an upperclassman and it is the first offense,
or
suspend for not less than one year and impose penalty semester-hours
as in clause (a) of this section, if the violation is flagrant and willful
and the culprit pleads not guilty and it is the first offense, or
expel, if it is the second offense.


The Court
allies in
reasonably


may,


in the furtherance of


extraordinary
harsh and 1


cases
the ends


so that


justice,
the per


amend
nalties


to be accomplished


I the
will


above
not be


defeated.


For the purpose of this article, students shall
to their period of residence at the University.


be classified


according


The Honor System as it operates at the
the theory which underlies all of our civil


conception of justice


until shown to be ott
body is worthy of the
integrity and self-relia


University


ization


of Florida is based on


and is fundamental


everywhere: that a man is presumed to b<
lerwise. The System further assumes that
trust which is placed in it. Its appeal is
nce; it is an Honor System for honest men.


t he
the


to our
)norable
student


men


The Honor System nresents a standard of conduct annealing to that which


The


!







for your own
Florida man:


conduct,


so doing can


become


"I d
quaint
Student
uphold
seek to
always


o solemnly pre
myself-with
Body of the
and defend the
inform myself
reflect honor-


misee upon my honor-that I will diligently study to ac-
the provisions-of the Constitution and Laws-of the
University of Florida-and that I will always respect-
:m. I also promise upon my honor-that I will earnestly
--of the provisions of the Honor Code-so that I shall
-upon the school of my choice-gratify the sincere wish


and hope-of my guardians, instructors, and friends-that I shall in
respect-conform to the high standard-of a true Florida man-God bein
helper."


REGISTRATION


every


AUTOMOBILES


In general the University authorities discourage students owning and
operating automobiles while in attendance at the University. While there is
no prohibition of students having automobiles while in attendance at the Uni-
versity, the following regulations are enforced:


In case a stt


dent wishes


to own and


operate


an automobile for more


than one week, he must fill out a request card at the Registrar's office, for
which he will be given a permit card. This card must be shown any proper
University official on request.
2. Unless the student is over twenty-one years of age and self-supporting,
the written permission of the student's parents or guardians must be filed with
the request for permission to operate an automobile.


3. Each student having an automobile in his possession at the University
of Florida will be required to carry public liability and property damage in-
surance for not less than $5000. Evidence of this insurance must be furnished
the Registrar when the permit card is issued to the student.


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