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out" for two minutes. It would take a panoramic ~amera .to take a picture of Paul and his numerals. ob Sntder is again turning out for frosh crew after the. ~oliday vacation, and is working hard for a posttton in the first boat. p ~rather George Ruby was pledged to Beta Alpha St, national accounting honorary. Brother Jerry Larson ~as pledged to Phi Lambda Upsilon, national ~emtstry honorary. Pledge Wayne Ward was initiated '?to Alpha Kappa Psi, national business administration honorary. Founders' Day was observed by Alpha Delta with a banquet in the chapter house. Archon Dean Arbogast ;as the toastmaster, and the talks were given by rothers Percy Shepheard and Jerry Larson. On the last night of school fall quarter, a Christmas dinner was held in the chapter house. We had ~ number of rushees up and a large number of rnerners turned out to make the affair quite a success.


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Alumni Personals Born to Mr. and Mrs. Walter Richard Jones, a son, 1931. John Nelson, Alpha Delta, who is working for the Bel! Telephone Company, New York City, visited the chapter during December. Clarence Franklin Burke was a visitor at the chap~r house January 7. Brother Burke is now Jiving in .everett.

J0 hn Stanton, on December 22,

Alpha Epsilon Is Enjoying Successful Year " This year Alpha Epsilon decided to take the maxim the best defense is a strong offense" to heart, and under an archon whose easy-going manner is hard to couple with his ability to lead, our bad luck of the past Year and the business depression have been unable to ~core a point. We are able to say that Pi Kappa Phi ad one of the most successful rushing campaigns of any fraternity on the campus. On the gridiron we were represented by Brothers Jenkins and Cherry and Pledge Moore. Jenkins did not return to his former position at fullback this year, Where he previously earned the distinction of being the ~nest defensive fullback Florida has ever had, but e Was shifted to bolster the green line. He played a phenomenal game at tackle all season, and we do not hesitate to predict great things for him next year. Cherry will quite probably be seen in action during th.e 1932 campaign as a regular end, and Roller Moore Wtll no doubt see intensive service at guard. From the "Baby 'Gators" we will contribute pledges Dan ~lien and Byron Herlong, both of whom should gtve the veterans plenty of trouble. Basketball is in the limelight, and Spurgeon Cherry,


already a letterman in the sport, is again in action. To date Florida has played three games, in all of which the Alpha Epsilon ian has been leader in scoring points. We have two pledges on the freshman team who have been corning along in a smart manner. They are Roy Tylander and Byron Herlong. Pledge Sundy is serving in the capacity of freshman manager, and Brother Hubbard is first assistant varsity manager. Probably Alpha Epsilon's most important step forward was that of installing a dining-room in the house, virtually an unknown institution on our campus. Of the twenty-five fraternities here at the University of Florida, only seven serve meals. On the social front, the Florida edition of Pi Kappa Phi has been unusually active. To offset the sting of defeat of the "Fighting 'Gators" by Georgia at hornecorning, Alpha Epsilon was host to some hundred alumni, parents, and friends at a delightful buffet luncheon. After the final game of the season in Jacksonville, a dance was given at the Women's Club; and judging from the compliments tendered us at its conclusion, it may be considered second to none. December 10 saw a group of Pi Kapps gather at the chapter house to celebrate Founders' Day with our annual banquet. The event was rather unique in that five "Southern Belles" attended to the serving. To add to the enjoyment of the occasion, a number of our alumni were on hand. Immediately preceding the holidays, the customary Christmas party was held at the house, at which time the upperclassmen and frosh exchanged the usual gifts. Since the close of rush week and the writing of the last chapter report, two new additions have been added to our list of neophytes. They are Mercer Spear and Jesse W. Dooley. "Merce" hails from Appalatchicola and is a freshman lawyer. "Nemo" is a native of Mt. Dora. Besides being enrolled in the college of Arts and Science, he is assured a berth as catcher on the "Rat" baseball squad this year.

Alumni Personals Charles G. Allen married Miss Margaret Haverstick at Fernandina, Fla., January 3, 1932. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence K. Walrath, a daughter, Jean Camille, January 3, 1932. Alumni returning on short visits during the past month were: Syd Herlong, Broward Poppe!, Charlie Bill, Maupin Wall, William Bullard, and Cary Thomas.

Honors Accrue to Men of Alpha Zeta Chapter By RoY HoLLIS Pledge: William Harwood, Portland. Initiates: Robert Scurich, Watsonville; Donald Reed, 31


But what torments oF pain you endured "Some of your ills you have cured, from evils that never arrived." ..