Third Row: Evelyn Roudenbush, Jean Knight, Fred Ingley, William M. Ri em en Schneider Roswell, C. It is not unusual to find the student portraying the lead in one show and serving in the chorus of the next. All budgets and financial statements of the publications must also be approved by the Board. This year's business manager, Dianne Klinck, coordinates the finances of these various publications as well as performing such related jobs as keeping the publi- cations within their budgets and advising them on all financial matters. Stansfield, Tommy Duke, Walter Glass, Harry W. Second Row: Pat Hill, Gloria McArn, Barbara Elliott, Betty Anne Diehm, Blanche Moehle, Sandy Bowes, Sally Street, Janice Garrigus, Melinda Lundy, Karen Thoureen.
The points for the winners of each of the events was tallied; Pi Beta Phi and Sigma Kappa tied for first place in the competition. Peggy Herzog serves as President; Sandy Henry and Gail Steeves, Vice Presidents; Kathy Phillips, Recording Secretary; Dorothy Jackson, Correspond- ing Secretary; Betty Ann Eastridge, Treasurer, and Jane Munson, Chaplain. Stanley, Edwin J Vero Beach, Fla. Miss Merle Foeckler is Faculty Advisor. As we mature we are better prepared to make the decisions that will influence our future lives. Two of the students are appointed by the Student Body President; three are elected; the faculty members are selected by the Dean of Students or by the University President. Antal Oszlanyi is President while Harvey Weaver is Vice President; Frank Ackerman, Secretary; and Charles Hardwick, Treasurer.
As activity is resumed on the campus, there is an atmosphere of anticipation and excitement in the meeting of some- thing entirely new by the freshmen and the renewing with the familiar by the upperclassmen. Petersburg, Florida; Lambda Chi Alpha, Gold Key, Day Student Senator, Chairman of Labor, Student Services and Education Committees, Presi- dent Pro-tern of Men's Senate, Men's Vice President, Chairman of Budget Investigating Committee, Vice Chairman of Board of Directors of Student Enterprises, Who's Who in American Uni- versities and Colleges. Membership in the organization, which was founded in 1923, is offered only to those men with proven character and a 3-5 overall scholastic average for the first semester or for both semesters. Wi I cox, Richard Goodal. Third Row: Linda Howell, Bonnie Bromberg, Lou Nell Peacock, Joan Converse, Charlotte Christopher, Grace Goodenough, Isabel Autry, Emily Stevens, Ann Kendall.
The much publicized Gator Wagon, the Pledge Cotillion, and the Christmas dance, the Snow Ball, comprised the major functions of the first semester. Second Row: Rich- ard Calo, Russell Martin, Jr. Roger Steinhauer, Dean John Carey and Chaplain Reiber. Fall Unveils Mural of Awaking Campus Visions of the long summer days fade as September brings the start of the college year. Sororities Compete In Sigma Chi Derby With vigorous practice the week of the annual Sigma Chi Derby, the sororities prepared for the events. Second Row: Mike Tuberose, Rod Buell, Richard Nicholson, Edward Laposki, Jim Kuntz, Chuck Cutajar, Alan Herbert, David A.
Spies, Nancy E Boca Raton, Fla. By working with a group of fellow students toward a common goal and playing the game to the best of his ability, the player learns many valuable lessons. Lehn, Erik Collins, Alan Longwell, Jim McAuliffe, Don Nix, Richard Tolli, Jim White, Raymond Gay, C. Buhl, Linda Buick, Barbara Bull, Beverly Bullock, Epsin E. It will coordinate all campus affairs, from recreation to Artist Series, thus improving the efficiency and continuity of campus affairs. To him, the 1962 Tally Ho is dedicated.
The performers are all students presently enrolled in the university. Honors that Phi Mu's have received are Alpha Lambda Delta, Garnet Key, Mortar Board, Kappa Delta Pi, Tau Beta Sigma, and Omicron Nu. The production has served as a training device for preparing the gymnasts for later meets. To advance the cause of music in America is one of the main purposes of the Epsilon Iota Chapter of Phi Mu Alpha, professional honorary for men. Buc- hanan, John Cooksey, Peter Parks. The advancement of music appre- ciation is mainly accomplished through Campus Sing, All American Concert, and serenades.
Each of the houses has its own officers and the presidents ofeach make up its own governing board. Here we formulate our sense of values and morals, we decide on the type of person that we will become. Ahechievs Ahechievs, derived from a Seminole Indian term meaning nurse, was organized for students in the graduate nurse program. The challenge of aca- demic life is to be met. Robbins, Beverly Jean Palm Bay, Fla. A sophomore from Homestead, she plans to teach in elementary school after graduation. Chapter honors included first place awards in scholarship, in intramurals and in the Sigma Kappa Variety Show.
Beta Eta Chapter Parrish, R. This sparkling beauty is a junior sponsored by her sorority, Zeta Tau Alpha. Schmidt, Peggy Anne Orlando, Fla. Pierce, Florida; Tau Beta Sigma, Marching Chiefs, Choral Union, Concert Band. Many of the brothers are active in both fraternity and campus-wide affairs. Omicron Delta Kappa In addition to being the first national college honor- ary to recognize outstanding leadership, character and service, Omicron Delta Kappa also strives to bring together the most representative men in all phases of college life and to bring together faculty members and students on a basis of mutual interest, understanding and helpfulness.
Members are also in the Tally Ho, Gymkana, Rose, and Orange Bowl Courts. It was primarily established to recog- nize outstanding upperclassmen for their contribu- tions to the University in the areas of leadership, scholarship, and service. The first issue, '58, was well received by the campus and the Board of Publications. The School of Arts and Sciences and several other schools of the university cooperate with the School of Education in providing a liberal arts background for Education majors. Since members are selected on the basis of their skill, grace and potentialities in aquatic art, there is no limitation set on membership. Coates, Judith Cobb, Sandra Cochrane, Jacqueline Cochrane, Pat Cody, Peggy Coffield, Thomas Coffin, Elaine Cog burn, Robert Cohen, Kenneth Colby, Judy Cole, William 317 Coleman, Mary Elsa Coleman, Sybil Collar, Frankie 387 Collier, Ginnie 256, 387 296 Collier, Linda C.
As a yearly event, the fraternity holds a Bohemian party in the middle of January. Quail, Sally Ann Bartow, Fla. Hartley Price who has coached eleven National Champion gymnastic teams. President Virginia Lee Durer; Vice Presi- dent Andrea Christopher; Secretary, Betty Traenkle; Treasurer, Eleanor Rutherford, and Advisors, Miss D. Lee Romig, Phil Torres, Charles Rief, Marty Washington, Stin Lenkerd, David Garbrick, Nick Arthur Jones, Don Crank, James Jones, William Smart, Richard Peine, Arne Johansen, Jonn Walker. Ledbetter, Tom Grizzard, Ron Eward, Ewell L.