Most of our education at Florida State has depended upon others— both instruc- tors and fellow students. A map, calendar, and directory of events gives the student more direct and understandable information about Florida State. Six annual field trips to major industries were sponsored by the group in addition to holding bi- monthly meetings for the discussion of projects. Our professors encourage growth of new ideas; however the university nurtures our growth outside the classroom as well as within. Hiscock 11, William Findeison, Franklin Knight 11 1, Nathaniel E.
There was excitement and tension in the air as the parties were held with their charac- teristic songs, skits and smiles. Under their leadership, the women seek to further the development of a stronger bond of musical interest between nations. There is the gaiety of circus weekend and of the expectation of the long awaited summer vacation. Other activities of the honorary include candy sales and several other money-making projects. Davis, Commanding Officer; Dexter N.
Perfor- mances were given throughout the week, evidencing each time the long hours of practice spent in prepar- ation for the show. Members of this organi- zation, formed on campus in 1957, act in conjunction with the University School Mathematics Club and tutor students who need assistance in mathematics. Thompson, Celia Elizabeth Balboa, Canal Zone Thompson, Elizabeth Susan Miami, Fla. Another widely acclaimed project is the Last Lec- ture Series, which featured outstanding professors. Resi- dence halls, organization houses, and fraternities and sororities aided in capturing the festive spirit by designing colorful decorations. Sampey, Dan Litwhiler, Frank Rhoads, Joe Rodgers, John A. The club, headed by Jan Quinn, President; Gail De Lozier, Vice President; Beverly Zichech, Secretary, and Ann Lake, Treas- urer, chooses its members from women with a 2.
Miss Bruce was spon- sored by the Kappa Alpha Order. Under the watch- ful eyes and guidance of Coaches Jack Haskin and Addison Gilbert, the acts are polished to precision and new ones are planned. Strupp, Suzanne Sylvia Greenville, Fla. Turner, Nancy Lee Ocala, Fla. The Alpha Tau Omegas take great pride in claiming Governor Ferris Bryant as a bro- ther.
In taking this opportunity to work in Student Government, students learn to accept the responsibilities of citizenship extended by democracy. Visitors to the campus were entertained by the gay schedule of events for the weekend, the highlight being the circus. The Delts have placed in the top three in the Fraternity Activity Award. Third Row: Elizabeth Peterson, Bonnie Adkins, Betsy Dent, Nancy Anders, Beverly Reeve, Loulyn Brim, Emma Jane Day, Anne DeHoff, Toni Inskeep, Julie Bryant. The marching rhythms of the bands seemed to capture the spirit of the day as vivid floats passed in review. Pittman, Walter Wilson Petersburg, Va.
This year, for the first time, the court has the power to reduce the usual fine if it feels it is necessary. Stephens, Linda Elizabeth Cordele, Ga. Priscilla Holt, Secretary; Robert L. Second Row: Mike Haddock, Randal Buzz Geoghagan, Richard B. Suber, Sally Ana Quincy, Fla.
Augustine, Florida; Alpha Kappa Psi. Sponsored by Delta Tau Delta and Alpha Gamma Delta-Phi Delta Theta, respec- tively, the Slave Auction and the Soapbox Derby combine fun and competition with the more serious aspect of fund raising. There seems to be a revitalizing of all cam- pus activity with the warming sun and the longer days. The derby began with the obstacle race. Butler, Mary Jo Butler, Stuart Butler, Susan Buttner, Frederic Buzzard, Penny Byers, Jeanette Byram, Nelda Byrd, Bobby 292, 386 282 347 314 386 254 256 386 284, 386 316 369 268 386 314 348 108, 368 262 268 282 302 296 348 386 306 298 325 290 278 300 227 294, 336 386 356 336 386 280 386 227, 356 270 294 280, 371 265 371 254 316 268, 356 322 272 290 260 300, 301 c 266, 253, 114, Cabot, Barbara J. Club, Hospitality Chairman of Religious Emphasis Week, Who's Who in American Universities and Colleges.
Anton, Geraldine Antone, Joseph S. Housing Set Up For Deserving Students The six scholarship houses, three for men and three for women, on the Florida State campus provide rent free housing for approximately 150 students. Whigham, Ellen Maureen Marianna, Fla. 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. Bomar, Mary Kent Bond, Gordon Bondank, Philip Bone, Louise Boote, Betsy Booth, Patricia G. Ri em en Schneider Roswell, C. While living and working in , his firm won the contract to build the east and west blocks of the.