University of Florida - Tower Seminole Yearbook (Gainesville, FL)

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If when musing over this volume, you are led to reflect on your achievements in college days, or if a forgotten friend- hlp is renewed-then, we shall not have ra-ilored in vain. ' . For you, who have for the last time -ered the Whange and Blue" to vic- .ory, who doll' the' classic cap and gown, to unsheath the sword of conquest, tem- peref' ly four years of training, within ' ' at sh-all ccho the departing foot- generations of Florida leaders- :r you, now go forth to fight the biittlr-f' of ' 1' miftsllfe-we wish un- ive passed through ir Alma Mater, We 'nay lm gladdened loyal Gator ' L' Flqridaf, I v 1 ba-.. x 1 ., hu' '7'9lff".f'l1Kf5jgQEflfl-:' ffl?-'-' I 'frm f 'gif rj X' Y V-' V xx, , -my l 1 bb QU L. hx f 'i lv .'f. Ar! Sli ,t X l N Qi ' 1 4 wolf Mfr! 'N 14 , 1 e-, 515 kj N 7 t. .'vr-NtX-:- ' . - Cfjiiff iZX':-fi?fx DQdiCdii0lI 1. to that which memorv holds most dear olall that changes not as years ot toll pass on- In tears, or lov: while wel- fortune small 0r great ls gained or fame and power won. - -' 'tl 'cis to the treasure of the inner soul, Che past-fourvears, trlsleh fn -- oarled sta: 01' life, ls trlle 2'Ql1 It ' cms book of though' r ' l, . , vs wx 'iff we 'SAL .yirf 4':'!1'ffr wif ,, '-- 4'-..-'-cz?-gwlg-fr.::s.:4..-In-n:'Y ' -' -T-1-ag? .1......1....-.........-...-..,.,.......:,,,,,,.. , ,,....: 4- , Q5 if-5.95 WJ Q mea' CGNTENTS Y Views ' . The Uniyersity The Classes .Military r Athletics Organizations C . Fraternities Society a Clubs Comic - -s if a V I 1 x I . 4 I 8 5 4 9 1 x 9 895 :V . Ji' 'W -ka 11' K l 1 , if , v , 2 ,ff , fp-fy igxr-': 1 -1 ' , ' "fi Q,-T fyiggfflf f il ' K ' jig?-:.H'j:f,i,' 5,5-1?-, 4- - ' ."fE- 5, - 33. fx 54.212 ,a.-,J , I. ,, " . M? L, ' '. 'ir' ', ' 5 .f , ,-57. ,gg 1 'E '. 151 , Ah' 2 -W' M5 S rl L". 7 , 4 LET' 5 . JLQ- . ,. 3 I n e' ' Q R4 . N 5 , 1 W M .N 17 z?': I-R :- . VL 61112 Elllrwrrslig PAGE 24 '- iff T ye. ..-. -'Nw 5. ..- A was Q E, 4 Y A fft'..Vsv? q .- , .. ll? g fftljltjtt If ........ Wg' -V-H' , A .wb ,-X ., . .. . ' ., . -i.',c'W ,Y J. M. FARR, A.M., P1-1.D. ADMINISTRATION A. A. MURPHREE, A.M., LL.D., President .l- M. FARR, A.M., PH.D.. Vice President K. H. GRAHAM, Auditor Mns. W. B. GATES, Registrar Mas. S. J. SWANSON, Matron. MRS. RUTH PEELER, Housekeeper G. B. TILLMAN, M.D., University Physician G. E. WHITE, Y. M. C. A. Secretary Miss CORA MILTINIOIIPJ AND Miss PmsclLLA KENNEDY, Librarians COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES E. C. BECK, A.B., M.A., Asst. Professor of English Language and Literature - A. W. SWEET, M.A., PH.D., Director of the Department of Hygiene R. G. MANCHESTER, A.B., D.0., Professor of Physical Education, ' J. A. VAN FLEET, MAJOII, U. S. A., Commandant of Cadets and Professor of Military Science and Tactics J. H. ATKINSON, CAPT., U. S. A. fRTD.J, Asst. Professor of Military Science and Tactics IRA E. RYDER, CAPT., U. S. A., Asst. Professor of Military Science and Tactics F. H. BAIN, CAPT., U. S. A., Asst. Professor of Military Science and Tactics L. W. AMIS, CAPT., U. S. A., Asst. Professor of Military Science and Tactics R. DEWITTE BuowN, B. Mus. Director of University Band and Orchestra ' ' r' I ,, U I 00,47 .... Y . -.L..-.. ....,, L.. .. wc, .mv Ig, F PAGE '25 to Q . ,folk 1. 1"i:itlrEi fggfeifffgsxf 17. 113 ee 61111110 e ...V O. .V1' Zf'i2s.4J.4l'.Ep-':f:2?':fztggf:.:.3iEifi1G'X.S's1e.jip,-Q1i-c,,.-, ,.f1 - X ...'. 1.4.-' ,lAM.l':s N. ANm-zusow, AJS., Pn.li., A.M., PHD. Dean, mul Professor of Ancient Longzuzges J. M. Fmm, A.M., P1i.D. Professor of English Language nnrl Lit- erature C. L. Cnow, A.M., PHD. Professor of Modern Languages J. S. Rom-ms, B.S., 1'H.D. Professor of Biology and Geology T. R. LICIGH, A.B., A.M., PH.D.', F.S.Sc. Professor of Chemistry J. M. Ll-ZAKE, A.B., PH.D. Professor of History arul Political Science T. M. SlMl'soN, A.M., PH.D. Professor of Mathematics L. M. liHlS'I'0L, A.M., PH.D. Professor of EC0lf0IlIlC5 and Sociology Kmu. Srl-:1K, A. M., P1-r.D. Asst. Professor of Chemistry J A. P. BLACK, Ms. J. N. ANDERSON, M.A., PHD. Asst. Professor of Clientistry COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES HE College of Arts and Sciences of the University of Florida is composed of three departments por divisions, all of them interrelated, and all having as a main purpose the broadening of the student's culture and refinement. Two four-year courses, leading to the degrees of Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science, are offered. In addition to these, a two-year course, designed to prepare men for entrance into our leading medical schools, is given to those students who have chosen medicine as a profession, and who are unable to spend four years in non-professional training. The University of Florida enjoys the distinction of having in the faculty of its College of Arts and Sciences a greater percentage of men holding the degree of Doctor of Philosophy than any other university in the entire country, if we except Yale and Columbia. We are proud of this as an indication of our scholastic standing, and because it shows that the men whom we meet in our classrooms daily are those best Fitted to guide us through the formative period of youth, and instill in us the ideals that lead to manliness and success. ,,, ,,,... he ish-.. V... . .. .-.EDI Q 2 2 Qfxs-1-25:3-L1--1: uh.-- PAGL' 25 ,- ... .---Z.,,,,,s,s., exif, 'iii ' 1 A.- n I 'K' 'D Q, I l L7 , fi fl 1f,+,,t:fx -, . IC L 61111110 L ,..., ,,,,f,QQQ..lQ'H'P!"i " G' ' . 1 .g,.5iT.,.,ti 7"-5,fTgB -l........---s....- JQ .. :SL A ,, . -..---s....... Wu.MoN Newt-:l.r., NLS, D.Sc. Dean W. L. FLOYD, B.S.. NLS. Asst. Dean., and Professor of Botany mul Horticulture J. E. 'I'Iuu.1No'roN, A.B., NLS.. PHD. Professor of Agronomy C. I'I. NWILLOUGIIBY, B.Acn. Professor of Animal Husbnmlry and Dairying A. L. SHIQALY, B.S.A., D.V.M. Professor of Veterinary Scicllu M. D. Conv, A.I3., M.A. Asst. Professor of Botany 11ml llarrlcriol- ogy FRAZII-Ili Romfzns, B.S.A. l"rof0.vsor of Soils Illlll F1'rt1'liz1'rs N. W. SANBORN, NLD. Professor of Poultry llltsbamlry E. L. Loma, B.S. Asst. 1'rofessor of Botany and llorliculrurf- A RALPH S'l'0lJ'l'AMlllI'I, lS.S.A. WILMON NEWELL, M.S., D.Sc. Instructor in Agricultural Journrzlisnl COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE I-IE purpose of the College of Agriculture of the University of Florida is to train its students in the theory and practice of farming, and to fit them to take a leading part in the development of our common- wealth. The courses offered cover practically all phases of agriculture, and most of them are taught with special reference to the peculiar needs and conditions of our state. Not only does the college realize that we need farmers, but also that we need leaders, and that through college men improved methods of farming may best be introduced. The ideal of the institution is to produce men who, through themselves and through others, will make Florida richer and more pro- ductive. Of the live courses offered, two four-year courses lead to the degrees of Bachelor of Science in Agriculture and Graduate in Farming. Two-year, one-year, and four- month courses supplement these, and in addition the college, through its extension service and interest in boys, and girls' agricultural clubs, carries its benehts to those who are unable to attend the University. The College of Agriculture has more graduates than any other in our University, and though a few of these men are now in other states, or pursuing other occupa- tions, by far the larger number are following their profession in Florida, and it is largely to their work and influence that our present high status in agriculture is due. PAGE 27 ol Q 2 '2 .-AsL:n::T-1312111112-15, R 1434 i H 7. ' . r ln S ' fl' t I fs 51. . ,-1tf,rf,,,9.si . lc c 1, nr 1110 1. .c ,,glJ!f,,l:ff'ft .,A, ., 1 'LA-4,l.:f,5m .ls ,. ,s,,.,,,.. . U V 'A 'll' 'i"S1ff are J. R. BENTON, A.B., B.S., PH.D. Dean and Professor of Physics and Elec- trical Engineering ' P. L. REED, C.E., M.S. Professor of Civil Engineering Mrztvm Pmcc, B.S.E.E., E.E. Professor of Mechanical Engineering T. R. Leica, M.A., PH.D. Professor of Chemical Engineering W. S. PERRY, A.B., M.S. Asst. Professor of Physics and Electrical Engineering B. F. GAINES, B.S. Instructor in Mechanical Engineering Al.i:xANm:R BRESTH, B.S. Asst. Professor of Civil Engineering E. S. WALKPIR, COL., U. S. A. tRru.J Instructor in Mechanical Drawing L. S. GREEN, M.S. Professor of Industrial Arts .losizva Wen., B.S.E.E. Instructor in. Physics and Electrical En- gineering - J. P. Lrr1'Li:, B.S.E.E. Instructor in Electrical Engineering X W. R. HALE, M.A. - Instructor in Mathematics .. . A. .l. STRONG J' BENION' AB" Bb" PHD' Acting Professor of Mechanic Arts COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING HE purpose of the Engineering College of the University of Florida is to give its students that training in science which is essential to the practice of engineering. This training is largely theoretical, as it is believed that practice can best be learned in actual work, and that a theoretical course makes for ai broader and more adaptable education. Its four courses lead to the degrees of Bachelor of Science in Civil, Chemical, Electrical and Mechanical Engineering. Two years of satisfactory practical experience entitles the holder of one of these degrees to the degree of C.E., Ch.E., E.E., or M.E. There are now seventy-nine graduates of this college. As is usual with engineers, they are scattered over all parts of the world. Many have found work in the North and West, and in foreign countries, but the majority have remained in Florida, where they have contributed their technical knowledge toward the upbuilding of our state, in such fields as highway construction, public utilities, drainage systems, mining, railroad construction, land development, municipal engineering, and harbor and waterway development. As years go by the contributions of these men more and more justify the maintenance of the College of Engineering as an investment which more than repays its cost to the state. '1 1 cc... . .,c. -.ol 9 '2 2 an c ' E 28 .N . 1 . . "Q 9, 'r ff Wa. V ' P' X r f gi ,wvf,f.':f+ yt ,riffs 4 i.C1:,I1If,'tf ' t H. R. TnUsLi:n, A.B., A.M., LL.B. Dean., and Professor of Law C. W. CRANDALL, LL.B. Professor of Low R. S. COCKRELL, M.A.. B.L. Professor of Law J. H. MOOIRI5, A.B., ,I.lJ. Professor of Law W. G. KLINH, A.B., LL.B. Professor of Law and Director of Major Sports H. R. TRUSLER, A.M., LL.B. THE COLLEGE OF LAW INCE the establishment of the College of Law of the University of Florida in 1909, it has had a total enrollment of nine hundred forty- seven students, and at its twelve commencements has graduated one hundred eighty-two men. Nearly ninety percent of these are now practicing law. They have occupied many positions of confidence and trust, and it is estimated that about twenty per cent are now making from six to twenty-tive thousand dollars per year. At the present the entrance requirements of the College are four years of high school work, but from 1924 two years of college work will be required. Students are given a three-year course, with special attention to the practical aspects of the p1'ofession, and graduates are prepared to practice law immediately and successfully. The college has increased in size until it now has an enrollment of one hundred forty-eight, a faculty of fiveg and the finest and best equipped law building in the South. The rapid rise of the College in the law school world has been most gratifying. Its graduates now enter the post graduate department of the Harvard Law School without examination or condition. The College is a member of the Association of American Law Schools, and it enjoys the highest rating given by the Board of Regents of the State of New York, a rating shared by only three other law schools in the South. , w 2 W PAGE. 'Q t i W za l wj .E .. xl 1,3 P. ' ellzzylg U 1 . 1 J. W. NORMAN, A.M., P1-LD. Dean. and Professor of Philosophy and Education L. W. Bucnuotz, A.M. Professor of Education and School Man- agement ' H. O. ENWALI., S.T.B., P1-LD. l Professor of Philosophy and Psychology Josnru Romvmn, A.M., PH.D. Professor of Secondary Education. .l. R. FULK, A.M., PH.D. Professor of Education. W. B. HATHAWAY, A.B., li.D., M.A. Asst. Professor of Languagrs J. W. DAY, B.S.A., M.A. Professor of Agricultural Education J. W. NORMAN, A.M., PHD. TEACHERS COLLEGE HE purpose of the Teachers College is to prepare for the profession of teaching, and to give an insight and appreciation of our educational problems and principles that every intelligent citizen should possess. l The graduates of this college are destined to become the educational leaders of our state. A I, Courses are offered leading to the degrees of Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science in Education and in Agricultural Education, and lVlaster's degree in these. The Normal Diploma, or L.I. degree, is given to students who have finished the second year's work in this college. Graduates of the College and of the Normal school are granted state certificates without further examination, if they have made a general average of eighty-five, and have not fallen below sixty in any subject. In these days when the economic importance of number and quality of teachers is becoming known, and the profession is beginning to command salaries proportionate to its social service, the Teachers College must soon become one of the largest and mostiimportant. on our campus. It is with confidence that we look forward to the growth and future success and usefulness of..this institution. - - O- -W---M 1 Q 2 2 Q J l'.AGl1..-30 f M- .-. NL. fu , W ' fe at . is , S ' LQ A lu ill u l A x ity k 'V L, 7 If 11' Y Lxtmgiir , 3 My Y K ll Q. X Q, L' , , f ,, , , LD ., sxnlil y l B. C. RILEY. B.A.. B.S.A. Director I CLARA l.. FISHER, BA. l Specialist in Extension Teaching C. F. Homin, PH.D. 1 Civic Biology C. F. DAVIS, M.A. xlmerican Governlnent ELLA M. ALLISON, PH.B. Review Courses MARY E. Foucv, ILA.. BJ. i Journalism. JULIA A. KI-:I-:Li:n. ILS. Industrial Art ALICI-I L. ALLISON, A.B. MUl,1t?lIl!lfiC.Y PANSY E. MANCIII-1S'Fl'1li, AQM. English ' Cl-IDORA FU'rcn. A.M'. . Matlwmatics .L R. Fmnuon, AB. Latin rl MAIKIKJN A. HALL, A.B. I French and Spnnisit l R. E. CALLAHAN X ll. C. RUJEY, BA., l3.S.A. CIIIIIIIIITTCHII Conr.w'.s ,E ft EXTENSION DIVISION Y AN ACT of the 1918 Legislature, the General Extension Division was l created to 'fgather information useful to Floridians and carry it to them, spread knowledge, stimulate thought, and encourage every move- l ment among the people for their mutual benehlf' By a decision of the Board of Control, the Division was located at the University of Florida, and represents the Colleges of Arts and Sciences, Teaching, and Law. The service offered by this Division includes courses in teaching, commercial work, civil service, agricultural reading, high school courses and special courses of l great variety, which are offered to both men and women. In addition it maintains l Public Welfare, Lecture and Public Discussion, and General Service Departments. All scholastic work taken through the Extension Division, within its scope, is equiva- xl lent to work in the stateis other educational institutions, and is accredited as such. l The Extension Division is helping to make Florida lirst in education, health, recreation, industry, and trade, through the thousands of citizens between the ages li of fifteen and sixty-three who have been and are receiving class and correspondence instruction from this organization, and in its held it is an extremely important sup- 'I plement to the State Colleges at Gainesville and Tallahassee. E " l. ,,,,,-........,,..-.-.,. .-5 -----M --s- 5 firvfd C7 2 fl Q-17-7:-371711,-1:41-1,1-:1f:i:f::.::h:.Lfrr:.::::::fl13 -,....-...H...---- '-.- may PMI I ,fa AW - ., ,1 K .n LC Q 01111110 1? A , . ,. ,. f., Q - - A , V- - - ',,g...,-.A.,, , -1 . . ,, N .f ' Tfiij THE UNIVERSITY OF' FLORIDA U HE University of Florida began in a most humble fashion. For several years the only buildings were Thomas and Buckman Halls, and the present Wood Shop. Thomas Hall housed the Lecture Rooms, Labora- tories, Library, Assembly Hall, Dining Hall, Offices of the University, and Museum, as well as furnishing apartments for several of the professors. Buckman Hall was used then, as now, for a dormitory. The faculty consisted of fifteen men, and the student body numbered one hundred and three. Among the familiar names which we find on the old faculty rolls are those of Doctors Farr, Benton, Anderson, and Crow, and Major Walker. Ancient student publications tell us that Dr. Farr smoked Bull Durham then, and told the same jokes that he tells to the Rats today, and that Dr. Benton's terrible slide rule was respected and feared even in that dim and misty past. At first the University was not subdivided into colleges, but in 1909, when Dr. Murphree succeeded Dr. Andrew Sledd as president of the University, the colleges as they are today were established, and a College of Law was added. In this year Science Hall and the Agricultural Experiment Station were added to the three build- ings in use. ' The Engineering Building was built in 1911, and the Agricultural College Building, the Commons Building, Language Hall, and Peabody Hall were in service the following year. The Law building was erected in 1914, and the Gymnasium was added within the memory of the present Senior Class. This increase in buildings is to continue. Work on a part of the ultimate Administration Building begins this Spring, and plans for a Y. M. C. A. Building have been prepared. But dear as these familiar buildings are to us, the faculty and student body con- stitute the real University, and these have increased even faster than the material elements of our institution. We have this year over seventy faculty members, and among them are men who rank among the best educators and Hnest men in the country. The student enrollment is over nine hundred and fifty, and next year will undoubtedly bring over one thousand students to our campus. It is with hope and confidence that we look into the future. The scholastic standing of the University of Florida is unquestioned. Already our athletic teams are regarded with growing respect in the South and East. Most important of all, the people of our own state are beginning to recognize the importance of the University, and adequate appropriations from the Legislature and increasing numbers of graduates from our own high schools in attendance will help to make the institution more worthy of its name. Young as we are, we have our traditions and our regular student activities, which are neither few nor unimportant, and we of today have the privilege of assisting in the formation of these things, which go to make up the unconquerable spirit of a great university. We have had our strifes and despondencies, but out of the trying labor of many men has been built, and will be built, the foundation for a greater and ever greater Florida. A .. ful 0 '2 'Z Gr' ,mv Q PAGE 32 Q-.1 Dnxwm N-'XX X N x wxws M xiylllwkzwg' ' -I ,.,..., . ,,,,.,, fn YS mx S ivy- -.pg ,: . '? Q r IXSXXXNNX . ' Q fl ' 0 f X Q Ilkx- Z m 4 ff ff 1' x. 1 mm C ,.,..g5fffg,2,,.qQr1,,. ,,, ' f ,A gf il ' ' fi 7 A ,I f f:f,f0n4? 5 a f f 5. THE iixmxif M 0, P ' ' ff, N J, . ounc- , 0 J ,L J A or 1 ' XXX Y X WW X XX pfw 1 K mm XX ' C9 . x 5" .. aw , o QR LQ A 'f,,,....-- kxmmmw G J , , Q 14 M-J A S Q xv 4 BN ' xxx XNAKXX mi ' N. , X-mimtu V ,Qi Mx-Ml' xx N gy---ide. 2 NW K - s E Q UI s WH ' S X . nu. x 1 w --um xx N L, 5 ..L,Qfw-- if -up PAGE 34 ., A Q- 3" . 1 S ,X ' 1 s nu? Uv- ai! --S X, N" QM PRESIDENTS OF CLASSES - Senior .ILEMUEL C. CRoF'roN Chipley, Fla. Junior - GEORGE B. STANLEY Jacksonille, Fla. Sophomore EARLE E. Jomzs . Ft. Myers, Fla. Freshman ' 'QQBERT K. JONES I Jacksonville, Fla. 0192 M x1l"'4 20 ,D R .XS x . ! w 1 bm - M -l 2-QNX , 7 f,f,,gIQ 1,gM .Ml U, 16 Q 6111111011 .. ,. .4 M . - , W +ff 1f-rf - PP A 45533535-?wr I Sjff'I J ' ii! .l"4.y -....- ' ' , -13: QA i N 1 -:i 2 5 'A fx . I f-WE! 2.11 '- F vb q,-., ,s ,elim 72Q?"' fL 'ttf -"'5, f fi ga' uw 'Z I .:+iL,'23,!f-A . 32 ffckf, AQ. F "fr ,AVJII f2if a +ff11ff1 -f4i1'f+-ev?ff,DV Slim : Z w ' E . :. -? 1 - I - Y - I I - I 1 -i E l I E 1 . l xi x NI 91 Q 2 2 Q.,.-,w.-.- A-MA+m - -+ PAGE 'is PA GE 36 91-A 'IM I f 1 f I CURNILIA i1lrJ1fu.'5uu i K! H L 7'AMlr,-. ur. 1 xx M ..h.-.-...,- ., . , XX 13,3 . Y w Q 1 - 1 ' ffl Q my M U. 4 ,W ig! , :ls - HELEN na Elgin U- f mcnsowvme Fu ,I ...,..,,,. ,I ,f wif . :Q '-'MAE.uNE"Li.sf5Eu"' ,P ,, .m3m,ofwlLLn nfx U. --Q M A-A---.. 4 s ,'2':1' , -f','?M mug' . , ,',,'M .lgqyk .." 1 ,aff :L-54 Q A . ' LD LPN ,- . I, v .gf-v 1, 7-F fy MAKJDL Cm 1 :HZ GE:-H'vA ALA 1 w , fl. W Pi :, ,--nf -4- 'li if ., t ,. w if gnu, f-, ,Y ., , .g ' .tw j.y , t ff -1 wil' X '5iL'5 X 4 WX 'ei '1 ,. wp' it 2' .t f is f A vp 1 A In ' ..t.iy'g3t . Q " A 'll'ri,,f ' - ffm K llxfg I A, tiff A-W-W.. ,tt , 1 134 ., ' ' .t X ' l lt.-" I - -.,, ' A,,,,J::2f5Hw:l"" ' . tn -:Tex . At. 1. f , 2'-:z-- .4 -+C, -.5-Qtr, 5 ..-if 'Lip 2...-U F'-,-4 M,-. -'--':",?"..--1- -...---"'-":'... ',,1L'-"A-1-' QJU3 HIXLPHURS gf' NM. -,,-X " ' 1 l JAMES MITCHEL ALDERMAN "Dear Heart" BACHELOR or LAws Bradentown, Fla. Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Serpent Ribbon So- ciety, John Marshall Debating Society, Soma- cus Society. ROBERT DRUMMOND ATKISSON CiB0bD .BACHI-:Lon ol-' SCIENCE IN Ml-:CHAMCAL ENGINEERING Crescent City, Fla. American Association of Engineers, Benton Engineering Society, Y. M. C. A., Putnam Club, Pres. 140. LEE HAMPTON BALL "Slowmlker" BACHELOR ot' Arvrs Tampa. Fla. Sigma Nu. Farr Lit., Pres. Mt, Tampa Cluh. Y. M. C. A. Cabinet 14-3. Trees. Junior Class. Student Assistant in English. V fs oe, ,.., 1 Ll '7 T ' dr Q A i .M - PAGE ., ,fa my ' I F. 2. C718 LQ vlgzigofc ,J ',, 'i 'lllh "7 x ,F 'wr '-. I 'I ,Ifl.,rr.A',. , ,f,. ' ' ' 12,1 ' 791, I ..,,....--- "'f-3::i:T1....- ..-,..... A---,,,-,..-:"--- - ,..-f- 'Q....,-Z Q ,L " V 4'l' " rows A WILLIAM JAMES BIVENS "Bill" BACI-II:LoII or' LAws Tampa, Fla. PlIi Delta Phi, Theta Chi, Alpha Phi Epsi- lon, Alligator Staff f1J, Joke Editor "Semi- nole" Ui, Business Manager l2l, Tampa Club, Pres. 121, l3l, 4-7, John Marshall, Pres. f2J, Business Manager Masqueraders UU, Pres. Student Body Association 013. JAMES V. BLUME Hyic!! lSAc1II:I.oII on-' SCIENCE IN AcIIIcIII.'I'uIII: Live Oak, Fla. Brotherhood Club, S. A. T. C. ill, lst Lieut. Co. "A" 141, Ag. Club, Suwannee Club. ERIC RUSSELL BOSWELL GSE,-ic!! UAcIIIcI.oIc or SCIENCE IN EI.I:c1'IIIcAI. ENGINEERING Sigma Nu, Theta Ribbon, Scabbarcl and Blade, "F" Club, Franklin Club, Acacia, Ben- llm Ellgineerng, lst Lieut. R.fO. T. C., Inver- ness Club, Pres. C4-J. Q, W V Yr- Q 1 2 2 O 'er Q PAGE 38 -- , . . X, I is at cfm 1110 H I-41 , wsu? Y ..,-4-:f: Z: 1:::'--::,,.--- ,-,,....---"' C--VJ ' " ,,..4-.-... Q ,.,...----, l-5 Y M -'ET-.. . ,....-- ,,.-4' L ' ' --f--,,.,... -,,.,.- C- 9 ..--- 1 ,-,....-- -...--4 OJU3 MRLVMURS 'l'Ul.I,ll'1 HOYT CAliL'l'UN "Willie" ISAcu14:l.ol: or LAWS Wauchula, Fla. Theta Chi. Phi llella Phi, Serpent Ribbon, "I4"' Club, Sec.-Treas. Senior Class, John iVlarshall, Sec. 131, DeSoto Club, Pres. f3l, Seminole Stall, Pan-Hellenic' Council i2l, f3l, MJ, Varsity Football f3l, ffl-l, lst Lieut. lnf., World War. ARCIIER EUGENE CAliPEN'l'Eli "Cane" .liuus Docrou Orlando, Fla. Pi Kappa Alpha, Somoes, Se1'pent Ribbon, A. B., U. of F., 1921, Literary Editor Semi- nole, 1919, Orange County Club, "48" Club, Tennis Club, John Marshall. JOHN l-IARDIN CARTER, Jli. ccpugii BACHELOR or LAws Marianna, Fla. Kappa, Alpha, Phi Delta Phi, Theta Ribbon Society, sec.-'1'1-east f25,'4Pres. 133, Cireula- lion Nlanager 'ffllligutof' ill, 2d Lt. Air Ser- Q vice criymlg smuspg 'ul s. A. G-"1 Q Q 2 2 G Y - ,-- .Y PACE 39 ,ff-ga 1, f ' ...II 1.5 I arlaflaafireli, . 10 C wa H10 ff f-Y Q,-Us ,,....,... sa 'ies ,,-2-.1-.-Y 1 x ..g""'i - Li C13 ' 'lil' I .1---1" ,-.,...--- C'-'55 .-1 egw' I , ,,..--.::'f' ,-----'V '!.,.-.2-5 ' X I ,,..-. ' I ow: Hamm una -PQ- QPAGE40 PC ROBERT FOSTER CHATHAM "Chat" BACHELCII or SCIIJNCIJ IN AI':IIIcuI.'rI1ma Arcadia, Fla. Phi Alpha Kappa, Benton Eng. 11l, Ag Club, Pres. 141, Class Basketball and Foot- ball, DeSoto Club, Vice Pres. 14-J. JOSEPH STANTUN CLARK is-foes: BACI-II-:Lon 01-' LAws Charleston, W. Va. Theta Chi, Newman Club. Pres. 133, Ser- pent Ribbon, John Marshall, Sec.-Treas. 111-P, Pinellas Club 135, Gainesville Club 141. NELSON DRENNAN COOPER "Cooper" BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN ELECTRICAL ENCINECIIINC Mulberry, Fla. Kappa Sigma, Benton Engineering, Franklin Clllb, Class Baseball 13l, Class Basketball 14-J, Class Football 149, Duval Club. ,.e,..91 9 2 ci .,. . -.Gig-K QQ gif?--3-iijtet, if .16 Q, 01117710 If ,, w . 1 A t L- sf- it --u, ...- C .V ml-'llllllwdllitiiixf..tg,tt,E:..-:gmAg9g:.t.Hgrf:1u1:-.-Q-rzgk, .gt-2-.fI?.a,. A 3 ' " " "" "' """" P" A .ff-Z --:1.....-.:.1-035'-'A-g ' ' ' ...---+-,,-.L--if" ..- J .xr fa.,-a-,. --- - N5 . RUBY FLOYD COOPER "Ruby" BACHELOR or Sctawcl-1 IN Acnicutruam. EnUcAT1oN Mars Hill, N. C. Agricultural Club, Baptist Club, Peabody Club. -- NN f ' ARTHUR CRAGO " Wrinkle" BACHELOR or SCIENCE Ocala, Fla. ii J--W f , ,,,..---""" I,-,...--fl'-F ' 7 f--"""' ,--.4 cms MALPMURI Sigma Nu, Gamma Sigma Epsilon, Flint Chemcal Society, Vice Pres. 135, Franklin Club, Student Assistant in Chemistry. LEMUEL CURTIS CROFTON "Admiral" Jums Docrou Chipley, Fla. Theta Chi, Phi Delta Phi, Alpha Phi Epsi- lon, Ensign U. S. N., Representative Statc Legislature, Florida Museum Association, Vice Pres. Acacia, Wabaca Club, Pres. 131, Chip- ley Club, Pres. t4l, John Marshall, Pres. 01-l, Pres. Combined Senior Class, Chairman Honor Committee, Chairman Minor Sports Commit- tee. . 1 nl Q 2 2 Q.-. ..... W... PAGE 41 f gg Yfglillzzigok' - ,,,....4.-Q F'--d grE."'-F3 GILBERT CURTIS 4 KIRGIIU BAcH1sLo1x or SCIENCE IN ELI-ICTRICAL , ENc:1Nm:mNc: l Tampa, Fla. a I Bela Pi, Scabbard and Blade, Capt. Co. "C" lflfl, Benton Engineering Society. , ' Z."--" C ANSON B. DEWOLFF "DeWolf" BACHELOR or Scn:Ncr: IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING Crescent City, Fla. , Secretary A. A. E. 649, Vice Pres. B. E. Ml, Student Assistant E. E. l3l, 141, lst Sergeant Co. "B" 010. , ,,,,,f:.-1:-?-"- , Y ..f ' ' W,-,,... .-----" 1 ,,,.-"I-'-1'fE' RAY C. DICKSON "Dick" BACHHLUN OF ARTS IN EDUCATION 1 Boulder, Col. l Sigma Nu, Alpha Pi Epsilon, Debating Team, Assistant General Secretary Y. M. C. A., Varsity Football, "F" Club, Baseball, , Track, Glee Club, Peabody Club. ow: MM-EWR! '-" 4119 2 2a PAGE 542 Nl, ill: . Je SZVIZZEZOAS' ,-J 4, A , ' W, X Y I I ical.. '- . 'll 'll iiliiliil- 413- . ll f?N:,f"0li5.-"lb-' 23:5-il'iiilViPpd:....f:-':r4f,::.':- ,-K-21-59-' M 'l ' ' ,.....-.--':w..f. ' .... ,..1.- -. f'-".Z'T-'T-i'1':'., ..--- - -- ' ' --1:---' - . ' - - , -. Q 15,5-v-fe g-..:-..f-,-:..--- f,.-L-,-3-.1-1 ,..f--"' E, ONS MALVVWRS Y, H" " f" ix Ml 'if -0 ...........,.... 1 if . ROBERT EUGENE DUCKWORTH "Bob" BACHELOR or Awrs Orlando, Fla. Pi Kappa Alpha, Somocs, Serpent Ribbon, Literary Editor Seminole f3l, Orange County Club. Pres. 121, f3l, "48" Club, Tennis Club. Pres. ffl-5, Teaching Fellow in German. WILLIAM JOHN DYER, JR. "Jack" Bncmznon or SCIENCE IN Aoiucurxruna West Palm Beach, Fla. Kappa Sigma, Phi Alpha Kappa, Flint Chem, Vice Pres. f3l, Ag. Club, Vice Pres. 140, Class Basketball 131, Q4-l, Ag. Basket- ball f2l, 135. ROBERT LEE EARNEST, JR. "Bob" BACHELOR or Anrs Palatka, Fla. Farr Lit., Pres. 633, Pi Kappa Alpha, Somocs, John Marshall, Class Football fill, Putnam Club, 2d Lieut. Inf., U. S. A., 1918-'19. Q 919220 D PAGE 43 fa D ' A Ill' jail I Li za C. 61111110 U .gl MIIIIEIIII w .L W MJ gw-..,t:- AAA, 1 fy.:-..,f wp 4...ef fl HENRY REED EDMUNDS ' "ShaI1etuil" BACHELOR or SCIENCE IN AcIxIcIII.'rIIIII-1 Leesburg, Fla. A. B. Hampden-Sidney College, Va., 1905, University of Maryland, 1919-'20, 2d Lieul. lnf., U. S. A., Ag. Club. LLOYD H. ELLSWORTH "Love Specialist" BACIIELOII or SCIENCE IN ACIIICIILTIIIII-: Dade City, Flu. AgriculII1I'ul Club. Duval County Club. THOMAS S. FERGUSON. JR. "Ferg" BACHELOR oI-' Anrs Lake City, Fla. Farr Lit., Sec.-Treas. 131, John Marshall Debating, lst Lieut. R. O. T. C. Ml, Colum- bia-HanIil10n Club, Pres. 141. C 919220 Q . E3 Q ' X I-1. KU W u I up 1 itll? Jn! . ,4 ,fi y U. L18 ee 61151110 6 .W7 ,,,,iiq,L,"lf1y, .. A L: '- Tn " " x.-- 1!"'+- -1 -f Y... ,. .. , -..,-.. , , I., . -. up --Q., .5 --,--- ,,.u.1111:ll...',kvP. :' , .Q ,..If'.Sl,,g1,,,iT,Wttffefoie-e'!r'wi., ,esfgf ' If-"'-h"'-'-"f"-'i'f - EDWARD ERASMUS FLEMING ClEd!! BACHELOR or LAws Milton, Fla. Phi Delta Phi, Alpha Phi Epsilon, John Marshall Debating, lntersociety Debating C2l, Single Tennis Champion Ill, Santa Rosa Club. WILLIAM LANSING GLEASON , I casingn BACHELOR or Lixws A Eau Callie, Fla. Alpha Tau Omega, Capt. R. O. T. C. 135, International Legal of Phi Delta Phi, Serpent Ribbon, Scabbard and Blade. 1.-, 1f T ev-F,-,,,,... if GEORGE WAYNE GRAY "Pinkie" BACHELOR or LAws Orlando, Fla. .lolm Marshall Debating, Law Football Team, I Pan-Hellenic Council, Orange County Club, Asst. Literary Editor Seminole l2J, Hell Bent Society. LA , , l Pi Kappa Alpha, Theta Ribbon, Pirates, mu: mwuuns -'Lil Q We -mzgl Q 2 2 Q---A+----M-A Q PAGE 45 me .1 ' '- - 3 1 61721110 6 .M X '1 X lil, 4 . Iml l I qlSJ, 'IL--. fl X.. 6 Sf f f, I L7 .l ' ,I - ,I 1 "" 'H' 'V ' A, e ' f QL-.ss . ...ws l A - .4--'-",.. C132-3 -- ... , ff-E:-.2 -..g, . " -L l ON! MIX P URS 019 0, PAGE 45 EDWARD BADGER GREEN "Green" BAC!-IEI.on or LAWS Ocala, Fla. Kappa Alpha, Serpent Ribbbon, 18 months A. F., Marion County Club. . RAY L. HAMON "Hamm.ie" BACHELOR or SCIENCE IN EDUCATION Miami, Fla. Peabody Club, Baptist Club, Miami Club, Scrub Football lll, Class Football ill, Track 121, twelve months A. E. F., Teachers' Foot- ball, Capt.. f3l, Student Asst. in lVlatlIe- matics. LEESON ARTHUR HOGARTH "Slim" BACm:mII or SCIENCE IN ELECTRICAL ENCINEEIIINC Stuart, Fla. Kappa Sigma, Gamma Lambda, U. of F. Band and Orchestra, Benton Engineerng So- ciety, AlllCI'iCilll Assn. of Engineers, Treas. f3l, Palm Beach Club, Franklin Club, Class and College Baseball and Football. 226 A .. TN A, 32' . ! ' Q- ........a1lmu11.,,:1ims11fcmiA.. G-it S - ' QW ? YL.-- ,,,.:...- ,...-- L ,,...-- HURLEY W. HOLLAND njackn ' BACHELOR OF LAws Milton, Fla. P. 1 Kappa Alpha P' 1 Jon ebatmg, Scrub Baseball C21 , nrates, Serpent R'bl John Marshall D ' - v ' . .. -QQ, -1-..- LQ, +L- N65 L 7 Y .pon vw-,,-,..-1-A ,-,4,,,,... U . ,,..--- ,.,..--'- -,,..-- ,,,...--- Q ONS NNLUWQI ol Q 2 HOMER HOWARD "Neptune" N BACH - nLon OF SCIENCE IN EDUCATION Sarasota, Fla. Theta Chi, Acacia, Serpent Ribbon, Pea- body Club, Ensign, U. S. Navy, 1917-1921, A. ll. Columbia College. RANDALL "Randall" BACHELOR or Ams IN EDUCATION Ponce de Leon, Fla. Theta Chi, Theta Ribbon, Wrestling Club ill, 121, f37, Boxing Club f3J L' l Champion 11 H. HUGHES , lgllWe1glll , 'urr Lit., Peabod Jnnio' y Club, Treus. 1 Class, Wahaloosa Club, Pres. 135. 20 A to PACE fl-7 L. 1 - '4 i , 'w 5... ti-M151 ,1Q 2 in 980111.11111 If ,Q 5 , V A: v.-" ff V- .,, -.. ' nj V vl Vi ' I A i, 1 1 it. ' 1 .. -.t ll' 'Ji r "' .,,,,,l..,..'. L". C"""'3 Q i'-"""-n ll fail ,..,-- ,,....-- - ,- E-ii -- "C .---1--""""'.,.....--f Y,-,,....--- ,-,,...ff- """...-"-'-'5 .---"""" , OJUJ MALPW-IRI S4 ' ':,.,xl. gn.. ,vb . . . H. CECIL JOHNSON , "Hiram" BACHi:Lon or SCIENCE IN EDUCATION Holt, Fla. Alpha Phi Epsilon, Acacia, Peabody Club, Pres. 143, Debating Council, Inter-Society Debator, Baptist Club, Vice Pres. 1443, Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, Blue Ridge "Y" Conference 131. .l AMES VELMA KEEN "Velma" BACHELOR or LAws Marianna, Fla. Pi Kappa Alpha, Business Manager Alli- gator 113, Editor-in-Chief Seminole 13l, john Marshall, Pres. 13l, Assistant Manager Foot- ball Team 13l, Beefsteak Club, Pres. 144. JAMES HAROLD KLOCK "Pete" BACHELOR or Anrs Ocala, Fla. Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Theta Ribbon, So- mocs, Pan-Hellenic Council, Farr Lit., Pres. 131, 'Vice Pres. 12l, Varsity Tennis, Capt. 143, Manager 140, Secretary 14l, Mandolin Club, Pres. 1411, Exchange Editor The Alli- QUIOI' 135, 14-l, University Minstrels, Mas- queraders. i ,. cj 1 'LD 7 '7 K A ibrr V 19 PAGE 48 4- 1 J A-. Q ' ,..+ 'fliAg.' 3'i,ff,.,eg , . ,IC L 01151110 If .37 ll " +G'-N All Wi. 'liTf'..4.-U 2.1: -ff.. K .- 4:'i"'5!lMiLlmEQQ'i .. -E.-.::'vQ:Ei:L 1-:.9b.,:C-:t'r-It--he :.:.:.::i'5l":,:1-':::.z'L., 5y-fff -:::: :44-g'.:-.,.,:. . ....,f.g, Q: - . -. , i ' DANIEL LOY LEISHER "Dan" BACHELOR or Scisuciz IN CIVIL ENc1Nm:R1Nc Wahassu, Fla. Alpha Phi Epsilon, American Assn. of En- gineers, Benton Engineering Society, Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, Debating Council 135, E. K. Chemical Society 121, 13l, St. Lucie Club, 18 months A. E. F. -NNN i X , .- CARL TEMPLE LINK HC. T-as BACHELOR or Scucuci-: IN AGRICULTURE Orlando, Fla. Phi Alpha Kappa, Treas. und Recorder 14-l, Ag. Club, Sec. 123, Vice Pres. 131, Pres. 14-J, Orange County Club, Pres. 121, 1 131, Orlando Club, Pres. 14-1, Baptist Club. l . 'r . ' p -..ff rl I A lj A- Qi -J-kf t I JOHN E. MAINES, JR. L CIDOCD ? BACHELOR or SCIENCI-I ' Lake Butler, Fla. l Farr Literary Society, 2d Lieut. R. 0. T. C. A l 131, Baptist Club. .L r I -iiu-1 .. " I . ,A I wus Mm.9ww.s'::. ............... Q 1 Q 2 20 I--ICQ PAGE 40 ' I f? fi' A L' ge C 61121110 6 E235 " ' A T ' Q ..-ff.-.,.,,. L Tf' ' T'--,,.:.-:.--"--"fi" -.-3:-,--..:"SL3'-" -.:::.,,.... ,.:,-f-i::-"" -,,--1-Y, .. , -Q -- .... Y I - -J M I-we--if -----f-...-1: --'- :::'ZZ,r...--.m-:f:.-,3-,gf .,,,,...-ff Y .1-----"""l'f QL I A E ON, f'lNN:7lNR3 if' I Q. - Q Q 2 PAGE 50 HERBERT STOCKTON MASSEY , "Hay Seed" , BACHELOR or SCIRNCII Dade City, Fla. Kappa Alpha, Gamma Sigma Epsilon Treas. K4-J, Theta Ribbon, Flint Chem., Sec 133, 143, Somocs, Vice Pres. f3J, C45 Pirates, Franklin Club. WILLIAM HARRY MCBRIDE celvlacn BACHELOR or SCIENCE IN AGRICULTURE Seville, Fla. Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Theta Ribbon, Phi Alpha Kappa, Ag. Club, Sec.-Treas. Ml, Stock Judging Team f3l, 1415, Student As- sistant Animal Husbandry. JACKSON I-I. MCDONALD "Jack" SPECIAL IN ELECTRICIAL ENGINEERING Ft. Pierce, Fla. Gamma Lambda, American Assn. of En- gineers, Vice Pres. 633, Benton Engineering Society, U. of F. Band and Orchestra, Palm Beach Club, St. Lucie Club. 26 - , -,,...,---- . ,-,,.-1-- "X l ' Y x N 5 . t Q .tml 1 Lentil it it ff Q UW H10 0 N' .,mu.- Ill Iuwig, I' RL 'INR' J " 'flgliilliul'?F1xl,:'ijg,:7',-ES L-.lf--f'-'---' :4-.,..::.11:11211-,--Qs: :- -. -f-mf. -A , L. 9-ww A YV tt K T ,,,.---flag:-.gg,1235Tf.5123"-1'2frf,Fifi! "' 'if . .- - i gg g1L,..4 -H Q -DM 4 -. . .. .. -, ,... - v --A, ,......- ,,- E .Q sa? ,..,,. ,. V... ,.,..--'1,..- . ' f,,,,,..-- '1--- . C 3 ix ' . , 0Jus f"lHLP5lLlR3 LA 9 l Q IAN Il. NlcKlI,l.Ul' "fllr1c'lr', liAClll'2LOIt or l.Aws Bartow, Flu. Theta Chi, Gatnnnu Lannlulal, .lolm Matrslmll s Executive Director lllusqueruders lflll, Scrub Football lll, Law lfootbatll lll, l3l, lfll Culll. Gil, Polk Club, U. ol F. Billltl ill. ELDRIIJGIC I". MCLANIS "Mac" BAC1-nn.ou or Aurs IN lCIlllCA'l'l0N Greensboro, Flu. 9 Alpha Phi Epsilon, Peabody Club, Seo.- " us. l2l, Vice Pres. and Pres. l3l, Bup- l lre list Club, Sec.-Treas. ffl-l, Gadsden Club, Pres. ffl-J, 12 months A. IC. F., Student As- sistant in French. GEORGE lX'llI.ES INICLENIJON "Muck" l3AcnraLou or SCI!-ZNCIC IN liDUCA'l'ION Gainesville, Flu. Peabody Club, U. ol lf., Flint Chernieul IS li 0 1 L Ns Society, Sergeant Co. " ", . . ',, A tronomieul Society. s A 2 2 Q.-.. is . -W-.?.-.,,.wl:,K1D PAC15 51 W ,f if ,fiTl. ,X ,bm f 5 - A L ' Q' co 67751710 0,151 ' 1 'lil -' P 1 1' e- A .. ,I ,.,.W,-.., ,Q tr' aw Mfg f JAMES FRANK MERRIN """' "Jim" BACHI-:Lon OF Anrs ' Plant City, Fla. Kappa Alpha, Alpha Phi Epsilon, Cosmo- politan Club, "F" Club, Farr Lit., Pres. 143, Debating Council, Athletic Assn., Vice Pres. 143, Vice Pres. Student Body Assn. 143, Honor Representative 123, Seminole Staff 123, Varsity Football, Plant City Club, lst Lieut. Inf., A. E. F. 4 GEORGE WALTON MILAM "Three D0pes" BACHELOR or Awrs Jacksonville, Fla. c u l l ' Sigma Nu, Scabbard and Blade, Acacia, Somocs, Theta Ribbon, Duval Club, Sec.- Treas. 133, 143, lst Lieut. R. O. T. C., .lohn Marshall, Pan Hellenic Council 133, 14-3. ..,.,.,....- l if-'-,.. -I-'A-,,,.,.. ,.,,. ,X EDWARD W. MILLICAN "Millican" BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN AGRICULTURE Waldo, Fla. Omicron Gamma Sigma, Alachua County Club, Agricultural Club, Scrub Football 123, 133, 143, College Football 133, 143. 3 I L,.,.L.,,.. om nntvuuna wh w.. ,. ol Q 2 261. 4D PAGE 52 i f LSll'77ZZl10L' .9 if Fi K,-,a 14'- Y 4 . + A 6 . K, , lJIe'?2.w '7 ,w:'w,--. iii iw- - s- ,Q Q CHARLES EDGAR MORGAN "Eccidee" BAcuELoR or SCIENCE Miami, Fla. f Beta Pi, Gamma Sigma Epsilon, Sec. M-J, Scabbard and Blade, Flint Chem., 1st Lieut. R. O. T. C. C4-l, Miami Club, Senior Foot-A ball, Tennis Club, Mandolin Club and Trio. X C. W. NELSON "Nei" BACHELOR or SCIENCE IN AGRICULTURE Titusville, Fla. Acacia Club, U. of F. Band, University Glee Club, Peabody Club, Ag. Club, Monroe- Lee Club. HORACE O'BRYANT "0bby" BACHELOR or SCIENCE IN EDUCATION Oxford, Fla. Peabody, Club, Flint Chemical Society, Baptist Club, Sumter Club, Glee Club C13 College Football and Basketball, Student As- sistant in Vocational Training and Mathe- matics. 9 n1Q22G PAGE sa l t h , 1 . 1' ' f f j O . , , 4,-t ,V,- . ,IC C17 Ll 0 C ...J '.,zv:L:f2i.-rjjif - v ' f --"" ,-,...--1 I il -M vg 'G "1 ' ,-.1--"-...i ' WT,-5-.,-1--4 " ...ff-"""" .,,....-- QJU3 MALPMURS -A Q O Q l Q PACE 54 4320, EMERY SHARON ODOM ' "Odom" BACHELOR or SCIENCE IN EDUCATION Munson, Fla. Ag. Club QD, f2J, Peabody Club Q33 143, Student Assistant in Vocational Educu tion, eleven months A. E. F., Baptist Club. BUNYAN mmciiv Glpipii BAcuin.on or Scnancn IN Auiucuuruuu Lakeland, Fla. Agricultural Club, Sergeant 431, 2d Lieul. UU, R. O. T. C. ANTHONY REGERO "Count" BACHI-iron or Aurs Tampa, Fla. Gamma Lambda, Pres. C3J, UU, Cosmo- politan Culb, Pres. Q4-i, U. of F. Band, As- sistant Director and Treasurer 0117, University Orchestra, Tampa Club, Newman Club, As sistant Director Masqueraders Ml, Honor Representative 135. .fi-K if fff L 57721710 If .-J" .. -W ,--. ,,g. , . L... L ...LQ ' , ' -1-'f-'ri' -,.,.,.-- .. , -5,-:. 4-' t ,.,.-f-'-""' . ,-,,,:..-- -,-,.,.-- 'E--+ - c U --ui Q f iv ,--si ...-1-- .....- ,.,...- 5 ,.......-L , is . eau: vmvwuns Q19 RUSSELL PAUL REDMAN "Squatty', BAcHi:Lon or Scnmci: IN EL1cc'1'iucA1. ENGINEICRING Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Sigma Nu, Scabbard and Blade, Serpent Ribbon, Franklin Club, Benton Engineering, lst Lieut., Co. "D", U. of F. Band KD, Student Assistant in Physics 131, fill. LA NCE C. RICHBOURG "Rich" Bncul-:Lon ov Scn-:Ncu IN AGIllCUL'I'lllll-I DeFuniak Springs, Fla. Alpha Tau Omega, Phi Alpha Kappa, Man- ager Baseball Team MJ, Coach Baseball Team 140, Varsity Baseball CU, Soph. Class Pres., Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, Ag. Club, "F" Club, Acacia, Baptist Club, Wahaloosa Club. M. H. ROSENHOUSE 'KRosey" BACHELOR or Lnws Milton, Fla. Zeta lleta Tau, "F" Club, John Marshall Debating, Scrub Football ill, f3J, Varsity Football 1402 220 --- PAGE' 55 , ,, . E, ws cp , - - ,fs ,11,fift,',g W rl LDA' L, 61151110 0 . -A', f 'ff' -1'ff:f:r:f'fvf- l,.,T, ..-,,-. . . l , - Ai ,..-'::f-LT' 2 1 ,s 51 e-1 g j THOMAS SALE . "Tom" ri i , l , -.. BACHELOR or Awrs Jacksonville, Fla. Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Alpha Phi Epsilon Intel'-Society Debating 13l, Farr Literary So ciety, Secretary 12l, Leon Club, Sec.-Treus 135 -.if - SICSBEE LEE SCRUGGS Glsign BACHELOR or Lltws Aucilla, Fla. Inter-Society Debating Team 11l, 12l, Business Manager Seminole 133, Vice Pres. john Marshall Debating 131, Jefferson Club, Pres. 13l. JOHN SCOTT SHERMAN "Johnny" BACIIICLOIR or SCIENCE IN AGHICULTUM: Miami, Fla. Thctu Chi, Somocs, Ag. Club, Wrestling Club, Pres. 13l, 14J, Wrestling Team, Light Weight Wrestling Champion 11P, lst Lieul. Co. "A" 131, Miami Club, Vice Pres. 13J, Scabbard and Blade, Budget Committee, Man- dolin Club. l l . . ..,,. -..-. 94!!.,Q'5H'l'!E.'l.J ,W-3:22 I Q 2 2 - --V '- PAGE 56 -Q., QQ. A 7 ! 0 7 I fln -53'j.fl,1..+5f"1 ' 10 K 07711710 C' me .14, , as 43 E- - , +g - P-+ i '- i ,..,--1T- ' ' ' :'-T-: - Q-:fi-'Z'-"" i I 2?-'2 M i mug MALPWRS G. BAl.l,.ARD SIMMONS "Sim" BAcIII:I.oI: III-I Anrs IN EIIIICATIIIN Ponce de Leon, Flu. Theta ClIi, Acacia, Vice Pres. l3l, Senior ClIIb, Vice Pres. Wahaloosa Club, Treas. l2l, Vice Pres. ffl-3, Baptist Club, Teaching Fel- low iII History, Aslronomical Society. ART!-IUR NEYLE SOLLEE "Sollee" BAcHIaI.oII or SCIIINCI: IN CIvII. l5Nc:INIcI:IuNc. South Jacksonville, Flu. Sigma .Alpha Epsilon, Benton Engineering, Pres. 14-l, American Assn. of Engineers, New- man Club, Duval Club, "F" Club, Pres. l4l, Track, Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, Athletic Assn., Pres. 140. GAILAND WESLEY SPENCER, JR. "Dubbie" BAcHI:I.oIz oI-' LAws Sanford, Fla. Pi Kappa Alpha, Theta Ribbon, John Mar. shall Debating, Pirates, Law Football and Baseball, Sanford Club, Pres. f3i. Q1 Q 2 QQ M, E, L by QP, PAGE 57 fora ft W! 9 ' A ff 'wif' ' 'I' - ' fu:-' "'- N ' V , L. ,Mill i 93 9. gp c 51151110 c .sl Qm:,7M..LQ.xlll..gw!' QLQQ- .5 usgaztlvz .4.LQ.A.ag.g1: if L MAURICE STEIN "Stain" VBAcHi':Lon or Anrs I Tampa, Fla. Phi Kappa Phi. Alpha Phi Epsilon, Corcla l:l'2lll'CS Assn. of Cosmopolitan Clubs, Tampa Club, Debating Council, Sec. ffl-D, Inter- . Society Debating, Inter-Collegiate Debating. l John Marshall Debating. Farr Lit. ...---1" 7 PAUL .l. SWEENEY sslg. J-n I!AcHr:1.oa or SCIENCE IN EuucA'r1oN New Castle, Pa. Peahorly Club, Chairman Prog. Committee tflil, Florida Astronomical Society, Pres. MJ, Senior Teachers' Club, A. E. F. 13 months. BURWISLL Tl-IORNTON "Thornlon,' BACI-n:L0n or LAW5 Ormond Beach, Fla. Kappa Sigma, John Nlarshall Debating, Vo- X lnsia County Club, Inter-Society Debating ill. 4 ON! MALFWR3 '-'V , PAGE 58 ,,,, ,M , -ol Q 2 2 Q ..ea?cm.-.m,.c.v-.-- 'W f ' I I ga N I ., ,eff fiae,'fi'lh f . Q?l3if9l,p15IgIgI. .15 no wfzwvfi' -9 .Q I In - I. - f ,Nui 'I L .a,-.-3-.K I ,I ,K -,',x'-L,i,5fXhY.'.,,ALJL,Rx:3.:Ll,,,,,..:,,,, vLLjA?, .--- ---- Y - ef- 7 ,z 1-,..:-...-H :f-.-.-----,'-wQLlz,L- -ly! lll, Y ,,,Q.-f--"- ---"""' v 4. 47' .0--I-'P H" .,.--T' -'fag Tr..-' 5: ,..,.-- 1. g 1... V 1-"I "iq"i,,.i...1- ,.,.... ..---"-"'I'. --A... ,..-- ,...--" ,..- ' WALTER MORRIS TILLMAN "Walter" BAcHlaI.oII or SCIILNCIQ IN ACRIClII.'l'ITlll-I Luke Wales, Flu. .Alpha Tau Omega, Phi Alpha Kappa. Acacia Club, Polk County Club, Pres. 133. Stock Judging Team, Ag. Club, PI'es. lf!-J. HORACE LAMAR 'I'OLBlCR'l' "l"atty" BAcHI:LoIc or SCI!-INCH IN lfDUCA'I'lON Ft. While, Fla. Football 121, KSJ, Q4-l, "F" Club l3l, ffl-I, Acacia Club, Peabody Club, Vice Pres. ffl-3, Pres. Senior Club, Columbia County Club. Wrestling Club CSP. CLIFFORD L. WALKER K .T In ,. J. llACHIiI.0R or SCIIQNCI: IN AcIucIII.'rIIIu-: Sanford, Fla. Kappa Sigma, Caumnu Lambda, Phi Kappa Alpha, Ag. Club, Sanford Club, Radio Club, U. of F. Band, Intercollegiate Stock Judging Team 644, Masqueraders 123. Q ONS YIALPWRS Q19 2 Q .LLL PAGE 5 . .EFI jg, -W . . - .tl-fdj1ff..sf, Ilyjflwgd . . ,IC L, 67111110 cf W .....'..t.alIIliIlfllWQl'L lifiil'-.Q 1Iifazfiikljfz-,:.:L:bfiEai'1:.QI-f?f3g'ri57,',?- .,,.......::iLT:,., .L . -. . ,. ..----...-L----.Qm,., , we va -H ,.,....---3. - ite.- -- ..-fr I Z Calla, ,. , --- - - M - -.- Il,-, :E.:r-14'-"" A-.---".T.-1'-"' I l l I ll X g::L:'..-f-- I -g--,... JUDSON BURON WALKER "Walker" BACHELOR or ARTS IN EDUCATION Baker, Fla. Debating Council, Baptist Club, Pres. 140 Peabody Club, Vice Pres. Q3l, Peabody Foot ball l3t, 44-l, Wahaloosa Club, Pres. ffl-l Student Assistant in Mathematics, Intercol - legiate Debating Team l4-5. ,,g.,,-17. V 5 JOEL REAVES WELLS, JR. nj' RI!! BACHI-:I.oII or Anrs IN EDUCATION Panama City, Fla. Farr Lit., Vice Pres. l2t, Wabaca Club, Sec.-Treas. 113, 129, Bay County Club, Pres. lfll, Student Assistant in English fill, inter- collegiate Debating Team ffl-l. Y A.-.-tg. ,,......--'-f v-,,....--: ,.,,.,..-3 ....-,.- DIIWITT EVERETT WILLIAMS "D, E." BAcHI:I.oII or Scn-:NCI-1 IN EuI1cA1'IoN Williston, Fla. Kappa Sigma, Gamma Sigma Epsilon, Scabbard aIId Blade, Peabody Club, Sec.- l Treas. ill, Flint Chem., Pres. 145, Acacia, Major Battalion 14-J. ow! MNLUMWHIQA Q l l l l l l I 0 N I0 'P PAGE 60 II " L . . , . L 1 161110 6 .owl 4,.....,,,.IiAil?HlllSlll'P'1Iififl- -- 5 ff- "E .........iv:,..- V as M-1.x ,,,....,--7, . ,v.v . -1'-f?l"' C 5ulu-fl ' ' ,...--- E-"n N,,,-::'..- ',,...-- - iii aiu Xi' x 1 v f X ff ' ,4,,...- OJUS HAL NRS 'A , ,9lQ2 ---ml, ,gif 21' " 'M' " X-."'.:ff' my 1 JOHN F. WLLLIAMS, JR. " Williams" BACHIcLoII or SCIENCI-: IN EDUCATION Monticello, Fla. Jefferson Club, Sec.-Treas. l2l, 131, Pres. I4-l, Ag. Club, Peabody Club. Tl-IURSTON P. WINTER "7'. PJ' BACHELOR or Aurs Oakland, Flu. Sculrlrawl und Blade. ARTHUR L. WORK "Dumpy" BACHELOR or SCIENCE IN EDUCATION DeFuniak Springs, Fla. Theta Chi, Y. M. C. A. Cabinet 117, f2J, Varsity Baseball l2l, Ag. Club, Peabody Club, Pres. 144, Teacliers' Football fill, "F" Club, Wahaloosu Club. . 2 CLC.: .-----,.-T--- PAGIC 6l na-, H ,Nl ..::"'i- I w"T'xik ' if " ' f J L' :np , 5-rf,-M , V , 5-:J s . 18 L Lil 11,0 C -., - 3, 3 'wekzff Q C M 'J WALTER s. YATES "Tabby" I. NACHI-:Lon mf' Scn-:Ncn IN ACRlClIl.'I'URAL EDUCATION Plant City, Fla. W Baptist Club, Peabody Club, Plant City w Clulm, Cashier University Commons. ' c mx: .4 U .N A-M -. .:--i 5, H- ., 1.47, D M , ,W ..,.-,- , T, N M .. -- ,?..,,- irglni? --..,,,,, 53-is xb ,,,, 4333. 9' l Clnln, Law Cn f 1 at Un a' pathway constant with travail, Oar footprints of struggling years Are left in the dust behind ns, Which time erases anrl clears. Now erownecl, gownezl and honorefl Sweet fruit of an earnest heart, W e arise to go-yet hesitating Panse once to look back-and clepa SIDNEY .lOl-INSTON CATTS. JR. I HS. JR, f BACHI-:Lon ov LAWS Gainesville, Flu. Theta Chi, John lVlarsllall Debating, Acacia llege Baseball. Tl. Q 1 -0- '- - U 1 Q 2 2 0 PAGE 62 'I . vim Qi.,-,x:,,,n-Q-QltwlffiifI'olL2flll4oQ K -'L' ' A"' " m,tgIg,f tvf 67513 QSZIIZIUO I7 A47 ax A ..:.L-,QQ:3::5,n-,.'X ,,L..ll:x::L-:LIZLL fm I D - ' 1-mfr ROYAL P. 'PICK RY "R. I'." .Iluus IJoc'rmi Jacksonville, Flu. IIc- seen his mhlly und he mlone il." .7-Qf-:..-1'-"'-A P.-H-Fl... Y V WILLIAM EARL TIIOMPSON "Thompson" Iincm-:Lou ov LAws Tampa, Flu. If 'I I 5303 MALFMUR! S-'1 The last recitation is over, The last class heard arul tried, Our way lies east and westward On furrowless hellls, worlcl-wide. But one thing left deep in our memory As it ever was held, shall it be, Hallowed, revered and honored : Our beloved University. -F. Langworthy. 'I'hclu Chi, Phi Della Phi, Serpenl Rih- hon, Business Manager Seminole, John Mur- shull. Tampa Cluh. lnler-Collegiate Dehules. I ,MQGI Q Qlqq - D PAGE 63 -a 43 , , - , . . . -mf , W" ,Q vp. J ,I , 16 L,l7llj!l10 If x D -' ""1 1"2wm,-'ff-' Z V-" W V' 1- 'W '5 :,A,,,WJ,,,-,L,1..., .. . . . .... . Y, V . K... ,, ,b Vu... , , V , Y Y Y ,Y V '- . T1 L , ,r ya SENIOR CLASS HISTORY ITH great regret this dignihed body strides forth from the halls of learning into the world of strife. For four long years it has labored through daily lessons and monthly tests, only to be met by final reckon- ings at the end of each semester. But these hardships have only brought a stronger love for the school and the professors that have made our education possible. On September the seventeenth, 1918, we entered as Freshmen, realizing the fact that we were "green". Shortly after this the S. A. T. C. came along and broke into all college life. College was subservient to the claims of Army. The effect of this persisted through the year to some extent, but after the return to the old school life, the Seniors of that year again came to be esteemed by this class of respectful Freshmen. We were taught the love of our school and our duty to the men who had become old men on the campus. This spirit has been the predominating one through all the life of the class. We have lived to see the day when this spirit is forgotten, and have come to be the veterans of the campus only to be looked down upon by men who have entered for their first year. In its Freshman year our class won the flag rush and the tug of war. Again, in the Sophomore year, the tug of war was won, but the Freshmen so outnumbered us that the flag soon came down. In our Junior year we won the inter-class track meet and tennis tournament. Of our members, Arthur Sollee has made an enviable record on the University track team. Lance Richbourg has played with the Giants since they wintered here in 1919, and has made good in the big game. L. C. Crofton, the presi- dent of the Combined Senior Classes, is a member of the House of Representatives at Tallahassee. Others have made good records on the athletic teams, and in other college activities. At the beginning of this year l.. C. Crofton was elected President, J. Velma Keen, Vice President, T. Hoyt Carlton, Secretary-Treasurer, and H. C. Johnson, Honor Representative. With these at its head the class has made wonderful progress, and will leave a good record behind it when it passes from this happy seat of learn- ing. Never has a member failed to live up to the standards of the class, and all have been ready for action in every crisis. There have been many hardships to be over- come, and all these have been met and trampled underfoot by the members of this class in their usual conquering way. Nothing better can be said of the class than that it has lived for the welfare of its Alma Mater, always striving to further the interests of Florida. In leaving behind him the school that he has grown to love so well, each member of this class realizes that he has passed through the most pleasant days of his life, and most heartily hopes to return many times in the future, to see the men who will follow in his steps through this most glorious of institutions, the grand old Uni- versity of Florida. l - HISTORIAN. W. nr, 7 , , 1 LJ .2 -., , P ll 6-l- 'W .F 'A Q.- L M W! 9 ' , gr' Q zvffifgwf . 4 fx O ,Mit B if b fi XQ-if 561' , -' Q - .P-'-11,1 1 J -, :fav . - -1-'L JUWEGES fv I W 'f '2 v PACE 65 FAX fi' ' K w 1 JIXHF 'avr' KW! J , 50 klfllfllllll RW: SH ' ml D D 1.3 1 I Q 2 2 J Y' 119 x I ' A -1'-FH' ' . w 1 K .1 'fi , 'hm -:rf 4. E G? , W or xdgfxmtfj KW , I 7 A4921 N -lf:-. .- 4 41? Q 111111110 '-'!1.,. "L -41 . . v-A ' rx ...f 5.-K --.4 A....A - ' gNlb 022319 , I l,' ,f-:D . ,tbx.l, 'uw Qyf C. H. S'l'ANI.l'IY "George" Awrs Amr Suu-:Nei-:s Juvksrmville. Isla. l,l'CSidGlll Junior Class IQUHIQWI' A. CAliI,'l'0N "l111rk" AlillICllL'l'llliI'I Knights. Flu. Vice President Junior Class W. G. WMRIJ "Bill" LAW Miami, Fla. Seerel:u'y-'I'reusurer FRANCIS W. PAICKICIR "l"1'r1l1rri.v" An1's AND Scu-:Nei-:s Tampa. Flu. llunor liepreseululive I 2, 2 Gem, -, i., PAC li 67 If As! x, ' ,-1- N ' , , I, , L. '--5.13, . f - Tv' CHARLES E. ABBOTT ' "Chas," Acmcurxrumz Ft. Green Springs, Fla. BURTON W. AMES "Burl" AGRICULTURI-I Kissimmee, Fla. , r A ,K.iy0:s, .I 1 V 1,e ELBERT C. BRADDOCK "Elbert" Acmcuurumz Crescent City, Fla. R. T. BURR "Dick" Acmcurrumz Arch Creek, Flu. .91 C7 2 2 QF,-,i,,4M,,,,, 9 W JD PAGE 68 , 'AX Q 1:'J"7'TP'V"-f' bv ' L jf':1i,l5 iihiafvjk' -is-.H N X51 RICHARD S. DOWDELI, "B1un1f' Acsnlcumlllm 1 Wimauma, Flu. ll. J. I"EliNAI,lJ "Boston" Acn1cu1.T11mf: Boston, Mass. ALBERT J. GEIGER HAZ!! AGlllCUL'l'llIH'I Homestead, Flu. CLIFFORIJ R. 1IlA'l"l' "Cliff" Afamcmxrmu-: Gainesville, Flu. 9 I 2 7 G.-ff - - .- ,.R. -,,-.,.,--...-, , k,,, lf-75' is 1,9 AA A4,, 2,'ggs1E25,-QQW :,1T':f-,,..Q -A,,- :EP ,... '-., l ww X T fm K 3 'Q . - ' C ,,A,,,,,..h.-,:'v T: fi' 7 ' VT ' PACE 69 MN , 4 LBGIIZHIO ' L7 ffl A ,maumif :24:-.QA4JJZg.1im,'g gf,-imiifi-i'?Q'Eilh:lg'G1,,,:f,. -D I: .1117 ,, M, ,- Nag, , Q-v M I "W mf 1 Z' C -,,.k,,.,,,. f.: ,T., W,-ol 2 2 Q PAGE 70 df! W. EUGENE JONES "Werner" AGRICIJLTUIIFZ Barlow, Flu. JOHN W. KOYEK "Royal", Arzulclimllnl-: . Roanoke, Vu. ld. M. SCHABINGICR "Shabby" Aunxcumulu-1 Delray, Flu. LLOYD IJ. STEWART HL. D." AGRICULTURE Brzulcntown, Flu. -J M l 0 MK 14' ' 7 Ae Q 01131110 0 f7f ' J 4 ' "E . "'1' . QW i IIOKACE S. WILSON "Rum" Al1H1CUL'I'URE Starke, Flu. A LEC W1-ll'I.'IQ "Alec" Af:nIcuL'1'Unla Tampa, Flu. 0 ,-"Q, J 3 N IQUHILR1' WRAY "Ultra Vinlef' AGR1Cl,lL'l'UIiI'I DeLand, Flu. Q! 5 0. M. ISICRC fellows, Alrrs ANU SCIICNCICS Arcadia, Flu. 1 0 Q 2 Q .. ..-,,,,,,. CJ: ' U PAGE 71 ,..,- H cp f f:'L..'fmiiQigrg,,rQ.f'i Q3 10 kv 5777! 7710 1' 7 QL-J.-: -M-1fvLLQafl11iJ?'3EiC'C qltlip- iw -211-113313: 91, W,5,17Qsiff,-Tf1f1T,ff1-C 3 V239 VIRGIL M. BRADSHAW i'HG1Ulx7S,lG1U,, ff r 1 3 if iii ' Arws AND SCIENCES San Antonio, Fla. W. J. CODY "Wild Bill" , ARTS AND SCIENCES Crooked Lake, Fla. MURRAY COHEN "Murray" ARTS ANI: SCIENCES Miami, Fla. J. 0. COX 660!Neil!5 Aims AND SCIENCES Gainesville, Fla. ALL... A 14.9 1 Q 2 2 Q..,.. Q- C CH ,ww D PAGE 72 U10 Q 171111710 If ..f" Kimi A if i'isiw.i k"":L' - 70350 4: A .4 A 1 X. 1 '+I H. LEITNER EDWARDS ' "Hank" ARTS AND Sclr:Ncr1s Kissimmee, Fla. W. F. FRENCH "Frenchy" Am's AND Sc1r:Nc:-:s Sl. Cloud, Fla. HENRY FULLER "Henry" Awrs AND SCIENCI-:s Nichols, Flu. CARROLL W. FUSSELL "Fussy" An1's AND Scu:Nci:s Webster, Fla. 0 1 Q LZ 2 Q1-------A---n-Y:41::.----'- .V , -HX if L, ,,.,..... -. .iAL1Lii:!if.klU1Mi'i?11:2--.lbb lu 5,2.f':1'Ti',gQ3-1' '11MstXf'11':....w5g-,gk 1334175 . , - . , K ,, C. v PAGE 73 . ,- mv Qwffgx, CD56 Q 61151110 0 L7 Q M U M Qm:t2.,3yff."4 flfxfi. ,4A., ju. .". 1J:i71',.: gf 'ggi'-1L,:..,.-rg-1, '11 3-.-.,?f::t,,T-:1fz::., , ,,,, . X3-,ry W 4 1 f y ' 'l'HLlnCxmE5ElCN v 3S.- Arms ANDSCil'1NCI-IS , " - -. xl "'l"" 'l'zu11pa,l7lu. I . 1 'ff ' wi I I 6 1,5 --... - A, Q 2 2 PACE 74 'I'. IJ. HICNLEY "Davis" Awrs ANI: SCH-:NCI-is Inverness, Flu. .EN 'l'. HULLINRAKI "Rake" An'l's AND Sclr:Ncr:s Gainesville, Fla. 5 F llICl'I'l'If1R H UNTICR "Hunter" ANTH ANI! SCIMNCI-is .l"l. Myers, Flu. G 1 4 1, wi M ,N 'N ,Fi ' 1 mf' RN, iff," U ,, . Lv Lx " Wil -47"-., X' 1-xg V' ' "v,!.- M 'V , K! ,.', L 'I ll ll '- ,' W-LNHMLQYUH-WL N .. -Lug 1niQ:,fs2g4gz . ,11f ::Q4 -,fA xml,,:,,,:,f,:. ,,NWI 57 S. O. LINDELIE r "Sam" Awrs AND SCIENCES Sl. Petersburg, Flu. CHARLES J. REGERO "Skeet" ARTS AND Scll-:Nclas Tampa, Fla. ? f W. W. ROGERS "Pete" Awrs AND SCIENCI-is Jacksonville, Flu. E KARL SCHWARTZ g'Karl" Alws ANU SCH-:Ncl-Ls Miami, Fla. -- 01, Q 2 2 EQ .Vv, ,f PAGE 75 ,,,..,.,,. , A15 4 w lm,jg'ilLwJI H' --" -. am.. . -v .N .ix lm , . -H ., - , X will - 1 Q?'7'?fQ- '1 f ff i ll l ' x 1 I 0 1 Z E Lv . QL.. :LJ 4 1 W ., 1. ff? A W .!' NI, h . N. .i,nw.,1,'-gvk K W',A'3l A g-'Ef,fi,,ygL 7. 10 Q f 171151110 1 1. ..fl.."i:--1i1il..1 LQQ2Z5,l TE1'l.:'igfQ.Q-if ., i"u-.fT.ab ., f 9 71239 RICHARD L. STANLEY "Dick" Awrs AND SCIENCES Jacksonville, Fla. .l. CLAGETT TAYLOR "Clagett" Awrs ANI: Sclrmcrzs Sebring. Flu. I.. L. THOMPSON "Slim" Awrs AND ScInNcr:s Tarpon Springs, Flu. W. I.. TOOKE "Tooke" Aurs AND SCIENCES Floral City, Fla. f 1 '7 ly QA. xi CI76 S7 -I ,I Hum . ,IIJX lyUA!Ax ' 4 'I 1. , " E' H, , , ' I 9" I wwf Q ' ' ,I .+I ENI'A I Ofc' L, 07111710 0 f-J Q IQ lm L -I-,M-N I 1, ...wr ,v rE.v,.- ,. - -.Q V 1-- -ldmgluyel' f"-:. ,x -- :' 1, :!'Q':-I-ffl,-Alf., ,EEG ::c:f:::.F,.Q2w, 'Liar' O , I, IN, f-99 N-...P rg, I7 M.. V, f'-l QKQTMW- - E EUGENE J. UPTEGRAFF "UptegraH" Awrs AND SCIENCES Beaver, Penna. M. F. BUNNELI. "Blondy" ENGINEERING Orlando, Flu. LAWRENCE H. COBB ilcobii ENGINEERING Milton, Flu. CHARLES E. COOK "Cookie" ENGINEERING Newberry, Fla. I I D 2 --M Of.-O. MW- Q---M-M-I -D -,..-V-,-.-VNU,----71:9 2 G ,M PAGE Ti 1... KG, If! x l 'fm 7 ! ' L7 WI HIFI,-ig. 3,016 M 67721710 ' G,,,GGyQMHQ!glZ53glgM22w3NavHA AQKNQSSQEEQE? JD ' 1 S7 I 1 JOHN GARY ENNIS cfcaryu ENGINEERING Tampa, Flu. G. E. FIELD ' "Field" ENGINEERING Southport, N. C. PAUL G. FRANKLIN "P. G." ENGINEERING l5'I. Myers, Flu. LANDON FULLER "Land" ENGINEERING Nichols, Fla. .9192 Q PAGE 78 r , ' f .K A A .ilv Q -35512 . . . 4 7 '1 f f 0 1' L7 Q D 9 ww '71 A '-I a A. A. GILLIS "Alec" ENGINI-11-lmwc Ponce do Leon, l'lu. 1 FRANK N. HADLOW "Skelly"' ENGINI-IICRING Jacksonville, Flu. m mm.Es ROY HAUSER HIJOCM ENUINI-:1f:mN1: Miami, Flu. DONALD HUBBARD "Don" ENC! N lfllilil NG Terra Ceiu, Flu. Q 019220 0 PAGE 79 5 . I F2 . .V .egg . , Q A w..qggMfI. Q U X .I W".,5v.fe1. 3 I, I .. I6 G 61111110 7 1 I. 1 Sl 13 -1, 'ff .-.,J3,,S ,,...x:,:.:wlT::y.: 3 I' X Vw Q-lv M I. N W NNI, '1 W 'Q I N 1 6 2 Q I Qf fm f M f I I A ,:,, . Isl 'Q l-'RANK M. KELLER uKellysa ENGINEEIIING Ft. Myers, Flu. FRED KILGORE "Toofie" ENGINEERING Clearwater, Fla. W. P. LADD "Stetson" ENGINEILIIINI: DeLand, Fla. P. E. LELAND "High Pocket" ENGINEERING St. Petersburg, Fla. 2 Q em., E, Cv .... .0 lXfI80A .- ,N X 4 , 1:5 -- 6 o ' ...IG I I I, I'l'7"flll+,1, I, 4 E710 G , 121111110 If ,Q lull I A Q , ,1, X . " QQ! 1. Q' 'E WADE D. MAHANNA "Mariana" ENGINEERING Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. J. W. MELLOR "Jack" ENGINEERING Jacksonville, Fla. RALPH P. PERKINS Hcy!! ENGINEERING Pine Castle, Fla. . l A X 'I . mil ! -- ' I 9 E FORD L. PRESCOTT 'E- :iii Ii up as ' -- F: - I- ' rof. - 'E' ' U - - ENGINEERING -x -I Gainesville, Flu. ...-..-- I, I ' l .X ,- '57 : ' l ' M N- A sk,- --.-. ..--. V X , , "'-':i1:- " 1-any ,ff : A- ' ' " NX '- :-.. 9 I '7 '7 GZ.-.-,.--, ...., W ---W--..-.,,,-,-, p ,,,,:T-.-.,. I O H ,, - Car-'-NH'-"W" ' ' PAGE 81 U f We we S aw s f will 'llwfmh L ' , I- N W - vw Q if '7 , .m..m1lf!f.3l'fW'W llriee-.L+ Lsv.zsfglfg41,n,:.4f1g.Al3gf.-1451,gf: .jj AA""" Tfiw n A 1 M. E. SANDERS "Ercelle" ENGINEERING Gainesville, Flu. . V ! W- V ' IRVIN G. THOMAS NT A "Tammy" ' , ENc1Nr:1cn1Nc W fd ' I I Ft. Myers, Flu. 'l I a H ll? Q IVAN W. SCOTT "Scotty" ENGINI-:mums Dunkirk, N. Y. HAROLD C. STANSFIELD "Shorty" A ENGINEERING Bradenlown, Flu. A g,:::.g-:A1-,312-V A-1 f, , , ,, 5:1141-L31 I Q-. . ,.. ..---.. W-wnzn. -...-.W- - PAGE 82 ' D a aw' C N , , M,M1,,A,,,,a Q 1 E ., ,1A"!'U'!' ,,,, ... mdffmwij 1Lii..1.:.2l '-1:.f:L"Lgz,L1Y.-g 'E1f?1QQ'.:-.l-p3f',-1 w'--- a. J -if . Q F ay , W . , f ,gil 3. 'Hf4,',..xN ! S f'A'A'f'1WU'1,Si LR 'qfgigffl N Lvll? L 171111110 I' 3 w 0 RN B aan, J W ,U -NN-, fl ,Sf Wi-"9 5- l.. IC. 'l'UlJIJ NS-Vllll'S1f'I',, I'1N4:lNl-xl-:mN1: Ocala, Fla. I.. A. WICSSUN "Fats" l':NGlNl'II-HIKING Ocala, Fla. IHVINE WILLIAMS acl. Dias ENGINE!-IIXINU Tampa, Fla. J. A. WINI+'IICI.IJ uClI0fl'l',, l':NlJlNI'll'IlKIN12 U Iirlun, I' la. :ol Q 2 2 Q:.T:Tw,-.-,-,,,,:,,- -W ,Aaa , 13 PAGE 83 wr' L.u.11u-. . . , ,R V' mf x 1411 Q M, v K , , 0 W I I E11 W . , 10 1 ,1.11f1110. 1 , . ,WILLIAM J. YARNOFF "Count', ENGINEERING Philadelphia, Penna. GEORGE J. HAYA Glnukeii LAW Jacksonville, Flu. OSMOND R. BI E Ciozzyv LAW Tampa, F la. JULIAN A. BLAKE "Jule" LAW Jacksonville, Fla. M J,J,J , 1 Q 2 2 D PAGE 84 A- , -Q ,112 . 'W . J : A g k Q, X I L, . , Im .If as' W u f' x Fir Nw! ,lxmw ' Q VQ , IICBERT N. .BOWYER Cf LAW 5 I kelani Fl' .., L - M . ' .V NW T c. Y. BYRD W, ' l,ave6i.k,1fl A. W. CHADWMJK, JR. Halma" LAW M A g L Fl. 3 . Il. 0. QRIPPIQN, JR. E "Blaclfstoru"' 1Aw PAGE , .' Tl?- -6 5 . . f - if 'WK K 7 ! 3 I L , .' , -5,35 ' "-. fr -e'------ W., H. ,..:.-rf. . N . "wma L. K A wr ' V r. ,1.u...g4Aa1fl1l1fliff'3?'?i?frx A-i:1v1B.:1 : ,ii: A5 ' l Y I . qw ,V Q,F.LT.:::,?:Z:f,,1,: - bvii 7:39 1 Q PAGE 86 , L13 Q IIIZIUO is It-if V L' M:,L::..::.::4z:1:.::::1.. W. IJ. lfI'l'I'lERlIJGl "Shorty" LAW Tuvalres, Fla. EARL IJ. FARR Hjilllflllitin LAW Wauchula, Fla. W. S. FIELIJI NG "Bill" LAW Anthony, Flu. ,l. I". HALL uVl?fl?l'flllf,' l.Aw Tullallalssce, Fla. 22Q.- - - N fx A XJ" xy ' " "" " - 18 K 61711710 U .-Q ' ilu X ' 124' vga ' ' ' Wglfx---.lv ,,. 'W--Q., ' ,Nw-,L,L,.,..-L-. ,--.- , , 4 ,YD -M Sw ' 9 7 LLOYD C. HOOKS "l"ren.chie" LAw Lakeland, Fla. B. L. JENNINCS, JK. "Pee Ween LAW Okeechobee, Fla. L. W. JENNINGS "Okeechobee" LAW Okeechobee, Fla. C. WARD .I OHNSON "Bo" LAW Largo, Flu. nl Q 2 24: wiv M0 PAGE 87 -, as , - - A L7 Q , A ,A f ,A ,A 5'-g1lpl1:,.,,i:n A 7, 18 Q 01111110 L , 7 Milli , , ,. Oar. , .. ll' ll' -ali,-rin? vf,8T',j "fx-11'-:f : A' 'f:' f'rff':1:f--': . . -..iff----m - --f' -M -W W' .1 MCHENRY JONES "Dizzy" LAw Pensacola, Flu. EUHY M. KNIGHT "E. M." LAW Gainesville, Fla. HOBEIH' GASTON LITTLE SKB0b!! LAW Jacksonville, Flu. RALPH A. MARSlCANO "Vesuvius" LAW Tlllllpil, Flu. L ,L,-LL91 Q '2 2 HT-.Tw PAGE as A wx s A. --qi - A? A A l li Rflffllil 10 L 01111110 ff l H v l A A .iw u. . -.-- f' :,L-.: W-1 . .-f 1-'l ,ll a ll 1. l ll ll mklllwr, .-.Z'1.TA..:1.g.f ...M ..,, .,.... l........ ...... q.,..,.,, hu,,,.,Lb ,-.. ., . . ,. i Rm x .,', 3? ir l 'll li ll l C1-1Es'rER MCMULLISN "Chcss', ll LAW ll Largo, Fla. l A I ' 1 l Il l ROBERT ll. RHUDY "Railroad" LAw Gainesville, Fla. l l ll l l l l l M. W. 501301. l ..S0b0l,, lm LAW ll Gainesville, Flu. il ll ll ll. EDGAR ln. WARREN l "Bookstore Ellllicl' lx LAW Tulnpu, Flu. 'f lr ll l l ll ll , l .-...---vw'f r:lZL'f-f:':?-Tl-:-77:-:i":S l jf 2 Qliliffftff-1'f'Il:...-.i "" -"' Tl?lJL "'T"I,T7!7.L'l 2Yi'!.L::.:1.:...-:'.l1" 5 Q -QM W PAGE 89 V-n sf? 3 W 'fu -+.+lW. ,:Q . , IC p 01151110 A. Z -1 , ga:-fzlff:-wiv -A. I , 'ff yillxyfi' W WM I alla , 1 W Z 'Vo' l 'v WMA " I W ' Ab I W2 Uh W! .L N PAGE 90 -..-...-.. ,, -.,.'.' .w. , V . ,. ,rw ,.,5,..... 1339 J. WHITE "Slf1u1lfIm1,', LAW Gainesville, Flu. J. IC. WALSH ".fnrfh:" I.Aw Ncwlun Center, M ass W. .l. BULLUCK "Lucas" 'l'l':Acm-:us Colman: Arcadia, Flu. SDWA RD L lil li MATH EWS Hcil'l5I'0,, 'l'l-:Aculcns Col.Llacl-1 Harlow, Flu. TTY9 1 Q 2 2 Q,-,g,4,4L--.1,,, ,- -fi ff? ,V 'AW 1 I W! 3 c'wf1,'.4' A , Q f 10 Q ffffwzv ff w ,f A.1.,,,.,VmzsllgllmQf,5LQ"'llP' il" " .in .u.. ,X '. ' '.'I .MY .',- 'fIl,1,..Q-'gf Q,'1'V:-.,:'fy-as AM, Y V V 1 A , , g D my -1 WILLIAM M. BOSTWICK "l?oslwick" 1 ENGINEIGIKING Jacksonville, Flu. CHAHl,lCS E. DUNCAN "Dunc,' LAW 'I'uvul'es, Flu. 4 ROY li. HOSKINS uR0yn Awrs AND SCI!-JNCI-IS Tampa, Flu. 3 E 11. E. MCCLAINE 1 c4Macsa Awrs Mm SCII-INC!-ZS Mobile, Alu. S ,,.-.., V F,,,.--,,.,w,,.,,,9 1 Q 2 Q -K 1 . W- Cgilldf-, ' 4" W AA' ' A "AA"'H. PAGE 91 , i,, . V.,'I'Km ,Pl 5 . T if 7 de C Clllll 0 1' tl Q k IL. .X 1 ,aj H 'V Mfg v I Z J f s , Ya JUNIOR CLASS HISTORY HE present Junior Class was not involved in the S. A. T. C. era which affected the previous classes, but has been able to continue as an unbroken unit, with individual changes, of course. During 1919-'20 the old "rat" days were in full swing. "Star gazing" and Htreeing the light" were common occurrences, as well as 'fmatch races". But notwithstanding that, the Rat class of 1919-'20 set a few precedents. Men were furnished in all branches of athletic and literary workg men like ,lim lVIerrin, George Stanly, and Crom Anderson were added to the Gators. This was the year that the track meet was taken by the Ratsg the Rats took the declamation contest from the Sophomoresg they took the flag rush in record time, and held the Sophomores for an hour in the tug of war. During this year a Rat was president of the Farr Literary Society, for the first and only time. . During the Sophomore year, the class continued to be a credit to the Gators, and although the unfortunate "Forty-Eight Club" was organized, it eventually became one of the most loyal organizations on the campus, contributing a large amount of the "pep" of the school, behind every movement, or inaugurating a new one. They were loyal Gators. The Sophomores took their part in scholastic and athletic work, and contributed a large share of the school's best material in all fields. The Juniors started off strong at the beginning of the present year by carrying off class football honors. In basketball we were Hnally nosed out by the Sophomores in the final game. After having been with old Florida, as a part of it, for the past few years, we feel that we are a Hxtureg that we belong to Florida, and that Florida belongs to us in a way. But we are about to realize that we have only one more year, and then we separate. But it will not be a separation, we shall carry Florida into our later lives, our homes and our businesses, it shall continue to be a part of us, and we a part of it. And so, during the coming year, we, as Seniors, shall love Old Florida even more, and shall try partly to repay to her what she has given to us. HISTORIAN. - WM- - v -.. f 0 1 2 2 G T.--W HJ U PAGE 92 r Q, 4 . - '7 . gr 'XFN if fl rn I ky f .I ug, Q .zfffgffm I, ....,. FAC IIE TY+ 0 if 3 I LQ '7 '7 -- - G l QRATS PAGE 93 I, F I 1 P L ia lf ln V lv n N i M 'w I1 X, J in jf if H 1 ir 4 is QE ll I 5 I I: 55 is 1 x I VW.,,.m..J.4z. " A35 U. K4'-, A 7,3 ?',1M,"TV M 7 ! ' ' f ' 3 Qfvlfif? iq, fYii?lf?9 f U QXJIIL- "" P 57 ' vm 5 PPER , , f R 1 :::::: zizgzzv-: :-rf.: ': ::::.rl: P I Q 2 2 Q ew- M44-7 A Y PAGE 94 .L V ' Wai V. A G umlrulm , Wy- 4 , ...., .,,.Ag,A,. u... ... ...-. E f fy? Jwpie Q zfllgugo lf .17 ,Q:::.5...1- -- , ::--Y-..-A,-3-,::41.:.-LLL ,,-: 1-1 fl-ff,-,,1f,, ,M- Q, 'WA A . , M L Edges P R E 5. Kpqgl-inner' Gjvfhyf' HUM RER SECITREHS. I Q D . 5 , 1 Q' ff' , ' M 1, 3 t fs ,4 WH ryann Fe I L Heggx fly-f X DNR! I A le, ' v 1 -, E' NU3lJul1n J CM Hi: x" 2 if .f Uupnnl 4, X 'Im xx r H5515 X K-'x DByVebb fx 254 I QIQZZQ CL.. -, , .- KC PAGE .95 1 'W . 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H ,JVM Fi, X KAW I 1 KJ t ' 7 ' if A 'z-ak I - A 1 WHf1f,,f11,1uafq' J E.. wg 9 l'fH,VoIlElnL'f Lf--X P Rfyoulnl LWX. 1 .M, , PAGE 100 f . JBolxr1'v f:.w5w,f Q2 R E sumrifrr xlfy I' 9 M-.Jug , F U l .2 .2 v ,... ep W . x..'flftl to . fl 1 0 I7 .Ll S" SOPHOMORE CLASS HISTORY fEditorial Note: This was given to us by an officer of the Sophomore Class. Wc think that it cannot be improved by revision, so we are sending it to the primer as it is.l Since the advent of the class of ,241 on the campus of the University of Florida a great many changes have occurred, not the least of which was the abolition of hazing. We maintained that hazing was entirely unnecessary and caused a "rat,' to consider himself worthy of notice. Originally a class of 300 men, we entered our second year with only a third of that number. Insspite of our decreased forces, and the pessimistic predictions of the upper-classmen, we succeeded in controlling the rats to the satisfaction of every one, without being forced to resort to hazing. We showed our superiority as a class in winning the flag rush from the freshmen and by acquitting ourselves creditably in inter-class athletics. We enjoyed the dis- tinction of being the second Sophomore class in the history of the University to hold the flag for seven minutes against the blood-thirsty hordes of rats, altho we were outnumbered two to one. The Sophomores finished second in the inter-class football, being defeated in a fought game with the Juniors. We also made second place in the inter-class track meet, making 411 points to 51 of the rats. We easily won the championsihp in basketball, winning from the other classes in rapid suc- cession. These records prove the spirit and ability of the Sophomore class. By emulating us future Sophomores may also achieve greatness. A new plan of defending the flag, devised by Longee, the vice president of the class, succeeded in outwitting the rats, and their force of numbers proved to no avail against the superior tactics of our leaders. ' The class was extremely fortunate this year in its choice of officers. As president, Earle E. .lones proved himself a man of marked ability, while Nelson liongee, our vice president, demonstrated his fitness as a leader in every way. The other officers, Glover Miller as secretary-treasurer, and K. K. Hansen as honor representative, stand high in the esteem of their classmates. As a fitting climax to a successful year, the Sophomore Class was chosen by the famous 4-8 Club as their successors in staging the annual carnival, during the High School Track Meet. This carnival, which bids fair to become an institution at thc University, was well managed and was generally admitted to be a great success. The class of '24 intends to continue its good work as a unit, and will always be found ready to give its whole-hearted support to its Alma Mater. Q. ol Q 2 2 U PAGE 101 -. 1 A-. .. - ' . A , .,. 4 "hi .-1 'W 5223. I 1 firm ZA" has K 1 Cffg? fx , Iflliiljlf. fl .,..,.. 'Q' " '-"K-lm! N X VF , A 'K " " 1 3 X u yy' , - PAGE 102 1 A. , , L., ,, fm, fvlQ 2 7g x l' M'- naw K. 1 J , ., 1 X 3 xl 1 Wir 4!'fa M94 ING Ji.Jv- M Ki pl iii xxx KK x xxbf ll KNIN OO Xxxx xxxl KK xnxx xXx KKK XKK XXX KXKK XXX q XXX 1 X in XX KK ll QXX Ji A X X 7' K ii K X Lk ay ' 'Hx PAGE 103 .-, 5 4 . 1 f , U1 4,i,g r 1 EDQECFHMZEXN JPG? I. V! f. N, ,V 1-5 ' IQCNE CHAMHLI6 Jfxu.-.QM ...L r-.A K . SUMNER Q 1, k:.,12 gm' ,. .N ALICE TUCKER Mmvuuu... " ' 1" 1 x A, ,QM , .,, 19 . ,J.1.1QF1i1 .wfeWJ' ' V Hi fi lv 4 fw q , 1' "ui vb-E' gi. 'B X X MW' lu y fa , 7g ,Lf 1 5- f lf, L flfllflljll "0 Q -f.iN',,.-L1 ' "fM'Q1"X"gI,:... If ffl-as .V , ,. , , . 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' 0 . s' ' ,ff Rf ' If I I M N . , ALM, Wu. Hwnmav AEWWNL1 HQRMIM YWDWM, . If X I 4 Q Q' Q , 6, . I V N -5, . 4 f ' MW 'hem-..41c "i'1rww.-w""I Jlummm Rwnululw fa K I ' YH 7 ' v I W H MM Jn ,vi r, M , num-,N .LNL-v.MI'f' Rmlmwm I X 'humani- . F I PAGE 111 7 Lv tp ,.-. , . 5 a fp ff 4 jp, Vrzffm S , . L- 61721110 6' , 1-'mr 'w -r- n . ,. ' 'mag ' f ,.....,..nr2tt11l..'lWP!l" ,elif -ss JK .:.-111.11 1.:1',1..1i.H1:rg':.,.9-91.1 "1-. '43 ,,,,,.,.,..m ,,, ,, ,,,,, 1 , ,, .. ,,,, A...,, , -..,. W..- .-..--.1.,-....-,?,.,.. ,QT:,.J T . , if FRESHMAN CLASS HISTORY E WERE the largest class ever enrolled in the University. Nearly four hundred strong we arrived upon the campus, meek, unassuming, and with eyes lowly cast in humility. We were of all sorts and sizes, from those with the tears of the first separation from Mother still upon their rosy cheeks, to the wary, silent ex-service men, but one and all an earnest, determined, and hard-working body. ln the beginning we expected the "belt", but in this respect fortune favored us, except for a strenuous welcome into various societies, the belt was spared, and we went forth upon the campus from day to day, first timidly, then with increasing confidence, and at last, as the older classmen have remarked, almost impudently. Early in the year we organized. Albert K. Jones was chosen .for President, Frank Evans for Vice President, C. E. Morris for Secretary and Treasurer, and Hubert Weeks for Honor Representative, under ther leadership we began our career. In football and basketball we made a good showing, in track we informed the boundless universe that we were here by early gathering in first honors at the annual inter-class track meet. Only the flag rush was unattainable--in that we were defeated fairly, and we took it gracefully as warriors should. As in athletics, there have been similar milestones of prowess in academic work to mark our progress. In all branches the work of our minds has remained step in step with our physical skillg high grades have been made and previous records broken here and there throughout the year. Looking backward over the long weeks since September, 1921, the wearers of the green caps may feel not a little proud. We have fought the good fight and kept the faith, judge us as you will, by our strength or by our weakness, we are here to stay, and may another year bring increased honors to us, and, in a larger sense, may the efforts of each in his own small way, be perpetuated as one, that they make always for a greater future and a brighter glory for our beloved University. ' HISTORIAN. 1 Q Q 2 a.---.-,- 1 .. - GF , 1 C Q PAGE 112 f vp, ,.A..... M I LITLXQV qK,3M..,JYN'1fxSl I 1 4 4 1 PAGE 114- qrfq CS - W y 9 .ai- ,.. , . W .1 A, Y , dw ff , f A 1 W-gk 4 - ., gf ,J , ., m..4,n. . , .Al V ,, ,1 J K 'f ' 'fl Wvgfr LSI1'llflL10? 7 fr . 1 1 A v... K , vvvf N: ffgjor JA Van Flea f' Commindan 7" " Cade fs f.i3.... lt Capt EH 54177 C' ZLWH ' H152 mf A231 fHssfPm-Q15-T A Ca tI.E.R d r + H,,'1Pf.,f Neff 0 l U If 'Q ,W 'D A la ll l 6 1 i 7 1 E -Q., 4 w .iw Af..-3 frm, t-,Q Y I f v 'Y' .4 K1 i ' A A., .A K ' WM XX W hp .1 h. V X , 1 1' x ....--H - I 1 'n. , - - U . ,f ,-1 wx 'QJ'-EH, ui I W, A Q ' X ' 7 -W + f" f V: :W-f'? g,J. 10 Q 1fifif'f.Wff 9 X . , ,,x..,x..... x 'A- 1 ' . Hsst M. 5. 'T ZAQPAA Weave r Q-T.-.- ' -1 . INSTRUCTURS MSW' Hflfsjv EH. Kon: Hrsf-5J'f' DB Handley ' 1 1 1'-r,-:D I 2 2 Gil-A ! PAGE 115 D K' jf MQ,.vA?fd,q'1y.f1j K Q Y, V-Y!-,A-5-,.-'ii '- jf II? L. 07111710 If -Q ,,:t,l , ,rfq O . ,. ., , , Km-:Sf . I CADET BATTALION Major, D. E. WILLIAMS I First Licut., C. R. HIA'1"l', Arljulalzt Color Sergeanzs, H. B. Hoslclws, C. E. FIELD Sponsor, Mlss BRINDLA Romvucn MISS BRINDLA ROEMER Bowling Green, Ky. U -YTQ1 Q 2 2 ii ,Q PAGE 116 LII EIOVJ Q., ga a- G N IQ O CADET BATTALION D 5 Hs-2 W -LM .,f , J kj if lff 1 Nw.. A TWH f J 1 , y , 5 V f .8 fi ,514 X u 5 1121149 I1 .YOI K E lx, z-,J I Q is 1, X, . .. ,.,,7 .1 4 ' ., f K C fy l dw ,f ln.-Q., J. 7. do C 01111710 L L jx m'1'l11Q5!F1M"f if:-323 .4 ll. 3T5ffl-15'.:ig- i..,fT14,, 1 -I7 PAGE 118 , ..:.x-,v- -W - - ----A COMPANY MA" Captain, I. W. Scorr First Lienzs., J. V. BLUME, E. EMMERT Second Lieuzs., V. M. BRADSHAW, I... M. BUTLER Sponsor, Mlss BLANCHE HENIIIS MISS BLANCHE HENRIS Dunkirk, N. Y. . NON-COMMISSIONEDJ OFFICERS First Sgt., E. B. Busbeeg Pl. Sgts., C B. Stanley, R. B. Hoskins, Sgts., J. T Etheridge, C. E. Field, Cpls., O. R Davis, A. W. Graham, R. I.. Hall, K. K Hansen, C. Malphurs, W. S. Middle ton, J. E. Pearce, D. A. Rambo, J. H Sharpley, J. C. Taylor, D. B. Webb, R B. Woodward. el Q 2 2 Q-L--+---We-fTL 6. T F L H I5 4 I 1 fi EE fl U 5 li El ii U L G N TQ A 1 gi If l ,. vi i i F if Ii rs I :F i s U 4. 452 r,-3 if! ii is if 'a -A Ig: fra 1 F. was 'ifflibr l z 1 X ,' 1 L. , ,f 1-X, 7:3 1 -X , Vg,-24' F ,fr ' ,- 4 . - A, ,f fQ.f,.i 'V -.g1,.g VY 4 if-A-v --9 Al r"?r- Ja :,, wif' :,, - , . . 1 file? 1 zlff :. , -I3 :ff ITT !g,,.,f fy Wifi, ,lycm 4. Z' 'JN fx ! Q J Ar x. '1 QQ I '-z. ' I Q 7 'J SS---W 74- . ..,. 1 x.: .K ,J X,.f PAGE 120 COMPANY HB" ' Captain, A. B. DEWOLF First Lieut., T. S. FERGUSON Second Lieuts., J. O. Cox, E. MOORE Sponsor, Miss GRACE BALLENTINE MISS GRACE IiAl.LEN'l'lNl2 Gainesville, Fla. , NON-COMMISSIONED OFFICERS First Sgt., S. C. Gaskinsg Pl. Sgts., A T. Hollinrake, C. F. Ferris, Sgts., W E. Jones, F. M. Keller, G. M. McClen dong Cpls., C. C. Collins, L. W. Davis W. M. Davis, G. F. Duke, E. D. Hinkley W. H. Keen, D. F. McDowall, J. K Merrin, L. L. Richardson, R. A. Sias, R C. Trimble, O. K. Weatherwax. IZI HOVJ Q A,-MM ,, A,. -.-, W ,, f 'ik COMPANY "B" ..f M jrg ,, fa , ,ff-H --. 1,.L, A .-, , T, f ,QY.,1. 'he mln. 4 , ,, k""'53p-'f -A .. 'wif fxx I .J 3 NNN. Pix 'TN I 1 'i-5 J 311' 57"-.. btw Nm ' FK - 4 -1. G ff1+l.Q..Q?.i?3 g!...z?.2l..f7fLff vw H106 f-9 Q X " . ,..--..-.. . ., 1 i i f COMPANY MCH Captain, C. E. MORGAN First Lieuz., G. W. MILAM Second Lieuls., H. S. WILSON, L. D. STEWART Sponsor, MISS MAMIE ODOM 'MISS NIAMIE ODOM Gainesville, Flu. ' NON-COMMISSIONED OFFICERS First Sgt., G. A. Calhoun, Pl. Sgls. H. S. Stansfielcl, I. D. Williams, Sgts. C. E. Cook, L. Fuller, W. M. Harrison W. P. Ladd, Cpls., J. Bohrer, H. M Braddock, E. B. Fox, R. C. James, O Malphurs, J. H. Markham, C. H. Sum mers, C. B. Van Cleef, V. W. Wilson R. C. Young. JJIQ 22a PAGE 122 SZI EISVJ .M COMPANY "C" ' W s A 11 I :ig ,K If -f P I:-' 15-5. :Lei 2 1, - ""-:xl ,A 1 vp., . 'Q :. 1 V. , 5592 V X A TQQYY' ,,,.. gL7!Yf'?'w I Eil if M- fvf i'-.rygf in 'Ji i f V ' , 44 C -X4 9 Qy ll if E5 Z 70212 Q ar: ,N 'W ,W J FW .Es .. 9 l.f.E.+- ee 1 -PV K S , 7 E J 'W.,1?.f1.55J, ,--EAW g J. .16 L, 131151110 4. PAGE 1211- COMPANY 'CDH ' Captain, R. P. REDMAN First Lieuz., B. PIPKIN Second Lieuts., L. H. COBB, F. C. PAUL Sponsor, Miss ANNA LEE FARMER MISS ANNA LEE FARMER Gainesville, Fla. NON-COMMISSIONED OFFICERS First Sgt., W. J. Bullock, Pl. Sgts. D. Hubbard, E. M. Schabingerg Sgts. R. S. Dowdell, J. W. Mellor, M. S. Pen derg Cpls., J. C. Babson, C. L. Beares H. A. Bosman, C. W. Boyd, C. T. Da vies, R. G. Ebinger, J. W. Friedman, K B. Hait, J. A. Hudson, V. F. Johnson H. B. Lee, O. D. Leonard, G. A. Martell J. C. Mathews, R. G. Miller, S. L. Pom eroy, R. W. Scotten, B. O. Smith. -, .l Q 2 2 Q-.LEW ,.:...,,,-E- X Q GZI EIOVJ COMPANY "D" . 9 if-:ffl 3 '4- Nkw Q N , f E 73 if PX f -1 'iii Z, .af li 3 'Z' .36 TQ. "f ' 1 ' 1 i . j 9 zlu 0Z1 aff 9 Q 1... 1. .1 .16 CIIZNZU e ., Q N' . LL......Dr...1i,1fiiH'P5Q5fif'?2-is-i.irCJ21'1:..'Aaff' J MISS BERTHA GRAM Moore Haven. Flu. .,..+.i.1,-...- UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA BAND ' R. DEWITT BROWN, Director Miss BERTHA GRAM, Sponsor CHARLES J. Rrgcrmo, Manager HENRY L. EDWARDS, Librarian JACKSON H. MCDONALD, Asst. Manager-Secretary THos. J. EDWARDS, Asst. ANTHONY REGERO, Asst. Director-Treasurer Cornet Section N. B. Barrlen L. A. Hogarth A. D. Hutson Hugh Roberts F. H. Robshaw E. B. Windiscll H. M. Curgell Clarinet Section C. J. Regero J. H. McDonald H. L. Edwards T. J. Edwards A. H. Fuller J. M. Melton lfuritones C. L. Walker M. W. Overstreet Trombones Alto Section B. W. Ames J. L. Jackson W. D. .Mahannah E. B. Webster C. Washburn Bass Section H. E. McClain M. U. Mounts F. Houser Saxophone Section W. L. Tooke W. J. Cody A. C. Buie A. C. Weaver Piccolo J. S. Taylor H. M. Smith Drum Section C. B. McMullen Librarian A. Regero R. J. Ulmer C. J. Lester R. H. Mahn W..H. Pomeroy J, G, Ennis A. B. Coe D. E. Booth --. ..... -W..-...' . --W 1 Q 2 2 Q Q D PACE 126 TH E UNIVERSITY BAND G7 .jj5jM,NQ,ji gmp glwegjggg 61711110 6 ,.2 Hl,,.3i5u5tlrit1i.iliiliEifigAmg.......,...x..f.fL uflfll , ,,, ,, ,F W Trai " MILITARY- DEPARTMENT HE school year 1921-1922 has seen a rapid growth in the Reserve Officers' Training Corps of the University of Florida. Our new profes- sor of Military Science and Tactics, Major J. A. Van Fleet, came to us from South Dakota State College and Kansas State Agricultural College. With the co-operation of Corps Headquarters he immediately built up an excellent staff of assistants, so that we now have five officers and three sergeants, ill?- and we also count with them General William H. Gorden, Colonel J. F. McKinley, and Major J. E. Ardree, of the 4th Corps Headquarters, because of their interest and untiring efforts in our behalf. The Battalion, under Major Van Fleet and this staff, is proud of its progress and achievements. Among the outstanding accomplishments of the year may be mentioned a standardized course of instruction, progressive for the four years, with text books supplemented by War Department publications for each classg a diversi- lied schedule of instruction that has been made very interesting to us all, with class periods of small sections taking the place of half the old long drill formations, the construction of two excellent indoor and outdoor. gallery ranges and a new and Q19 2 20 PAGE 128 9, Je c'17gzi10d5',.9 Q1 ..ai 4A - 14 il -gi full sized target range to accommodate our increased numbers, and the outfitting of the military band with a forty-nine piece set of instruments. We have enjoyed our work, whether the command was "Squads right", "Pass in reiew", "Mails number six", "Action front", or '6Rest". The Battalion has shown enthusiasm and pep all the year and will enter a strong bid for the Distinguished College classification by the War Department. Our keen competitions in drill, gallery, range firing between classes and companies, the Military Field Day, and the Military Ball, will always furnish pleasant reminiscences of our student life. And we have .A.A...4 A. -.4, - also won more than our share in the matches of marksmanship with other schools throughout the country. In passing we wish to express appreciation to the personnel of the Department for their interest in other College activities. Major Van Fleet and Captain Amis have been of great help to our football squad, Captain Bain to the baseball team, Captains Ryder and Atkinson are behind our track team, and Sergeants Hundley and Kopp have been of valuable assistance in gymnastics and minor sports. It has been a real pleasure to work for them all, and the whole Uniersity may well come to attention with pride in our organization, and assurances of a still greater and better Battalion in years to come. Q 01 Q 2 20 .D .PAGL129 QL W. , ,W . l' xxlli"1ii-- ll 7-rising-f 'TQRKTTY CSEQQQE 4fEE!7ZZZi1CZfQ?.-..,9 Q l UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA R. O. T. C. GALLERY TEAM FOURTH CORPS AREA GALLERY TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONS ' COACHES I. E. RYDER, Capt. U. S. Inf. D. B. HUNTLEY, First Sgt. U. S. Inf , V. M. Bradshaw C. 'l'. Davies 0. R. Davis IJ. l. Disbennell February 11 .......... February 13 ........,. February 18 .......... February 24 .......... February 25 .......... March 4' .......... March 8 .......... S. Dak. State V. P. .1. V TEAM D. G. Graves W. M. Harrison C. R. Hiatt W. S. Middleton R. C. Trimble MATCHES FIRED .........Univ. of Tenn.... .........Emory Univ.. ,........Citadel .........Univ. of Mo...... Ga. Ags........ C. State......... .........Ga. Vunsickel J. A. Osborne I.. ',l'. Pendarvis H. M. Salley E. M.Scllabinge1 llnlversity ol Opponent Floridu 771 904- 817 . 874 830 880 1667 . 1673 710 . 888 774 844 907 920 MATCHES STILL TO BE FIRED Ohio State ' Kan. Ags. The National Intercollegiate Gallery Competition. 019 2 20 PAGE 130 Univ.-of Wis. Davidson College 'x S'-s.. if 95135 be agbmznole . I M 5 .QQ . . N, , , A 4 T.i...!,,g .I x ..... -. X . F 4 LJQ, ' , ,Q A Q GRN,-r. Y gg .f ju n gl,A?,.-.fuNu':.m, -L-:eialf -Quik-JEQQ. jx A, , ,nd ,-,A , -, -N'-A "" "'-Aff' www? . , ' Twp jf , 1 1 ATHLETIC BOARD ARTHUR N. SOLLEI-: .......... ........,......................................... JAMES F. MERRIN ..... Gmncm B. STANLEY ......... E. C. BECK ............. W. G. KLINE ......,... R. P. TERRY .... ...... . STUDENT MEMBERS ..............President ......Vice President .................Secretary ........Facu.lty Member .............Faculty Member Alumnus Member " W. J. ,Bivins ' E. C. ward . 'L. C. Richbourg R. A. Crofton PAGE 132'- 1922 .f X 'AT . N FK WMD, ,lfqkh Q., xf A J A' 16 Q CII ll 0 1' 9 6A 'W wax" .XV PX " " H A r fs ,, ,.-Y '- 5 ' I Z I I -xv gig'-sf:.l..xL.L:!:jS.L.:L1.v'.-'.mfL"fvA-'.u11'fE:m:,g L:f,- ,T:Z,:T:u.:v:LWZ ,,:.. wx: , 1 f QOTBALL 'itil ,. ' A L , 5fi54.535. f 44 F DQMWWIMW -f x X., I , , ,p I 'Of "5 l di 019 22c ........-E.-g..,.. - , , .. .,. . . PAGE EISVJ 'PSI THE FOOTBALL SQUAD 'VYJEK 6756 LQVIHIIU 1: x ' x...::,- I 5 W. G. KLINE ....................... .,...,.,...,.,,.,,,,,,,,, C nach MAJOR J. A. VAN FLEET ....... ......... A ssistant Coach CARL E. PERRY ..................., ................... C aptain FREDERICK H. DUNCAN ........... .......... C aptain-elect W. N. Robinson W. F. Bentfrow J. C.,Matthews O. H. Lobean R. M. Swanson M. U. Mounts F. H. Duncan E. F. Gunn G. B. Stanly H. L. Tolbert J. A. Murphree M. H. Rosenhouse C. S. Thomas C. R. Wilsky T. H. Carlton R. C. Dickson RICHARD L. STANLY ......... JAMES R. Born ........... ROLL OF SQUAD W. H. Gifford J. F. Merrin . K. Merrin . D. Newton S. L. Pomeroy J E .l. O. Cox R. H. Burnett M. H. Wyatt R. A. Carlton R. L. Stanly A. W. Dutton E. B. Wuthrich P. Thomas A. E. Doty H. Perry C. E. Perry I. W. Scott ................Manager SCHEDULE FOR NEXT YEAR Rollins College, at Orlando .............. Howard College, at Gainesville ......... Open .................................................... M anager-elect ......October 7 Furman, at Gamesville ,.,...,....,..,................................................. .......October 14 ...October 21 ....October 28 Harvard, at Cambridge .......................... ............. N ovember 4 Mississippi State College, at Tampa ........ ........... N ovember 11 Tulane, at New Orleans .......... V .............. ....... ........... N o vember 18 Oglethorpe, at Atlanta ......... .............................. N ovember 25 Clemson, at Jacksonville .......... ......... N ovember or December 2 , Q. , Q C9 l 2 aa. .i,H4,1x:.,Z.T.-----.1-: U PAGE 135 RICHARD L. STANLEY JAMES R. BOYD, JR. Manager A Manager-Eelect Assistants J. H. NIARKHAM W. J. YARNO1-'11 . If. W. PARKER PAGE i s 6756 Lgzwgzigo -QQ FOOTBALL EVER in the annals of Football has a more fortunate star shone upon thc efforts of stalwart Gator football teams than the one under whosc good fortune the wearers of the Orange and Blue won victory after victory during the past season. made a better showing than any other South- ern school, and the efforts of the squad have made our place among the larger colleges of the South secure. This was largely due to the excellent coaching which the team received. Coach Kline's first team gave us a good idea of what sort of a team he could build, but it is safe to say that this year's team surpassed all expectations. In addition, Major Van Fleet came to us as Assistant Coach. The major was a four-year letter man at West Point, and had coached the Kansas Aggies the previous year. He proved to be an able football man, ardent worker, and prince of good fellows, and the backfield of Florida's best team, so far, bears witness of his prowess. From the first, Florida's squad looked very promising, as most of the old members were back, and there was a wealth of new ma- terial which gave every indication of being full of speed and iight. With only three weeks to whip a team into shape, Coaches Kline and Van Fleet worked early and late. On October first we met the heavy U. S. In- fantry School team at Camp Benning, Colum- bus, Georgia, which was composed of former college and Army stars from all over the country, and by superior punting and plung- ing won from them by a score of six to nothing, in a very close and hard-fought game. The game with Rollins, at Orlando, was next on the schedule. Rollins had a much better team than usual, and they were game to the finish, but the light Tars could not hold Considering its past record, Florida n '- COACH W. G. KLINE He coached three All-Western Cham- pionship teams at the University of Illinois, and has made good at Florida. A close student of the science of football and basketball. y PAGE 131 5 t X ,Q V, ,Y .V A .. Napa, x L gt, , iritftfl g'ftg,,,p,, 16 61711110 6 ,V7 fn ,J Mi ffgfxa., .fan ,'-i .. , f 4- .D 1 1 the Gators, and we won to the tune of thirty- three to nothing. On the following Monday we met the Carlstrom Fliers on the home field. They had an exceedingly fast team, and exhibited won- derful teamwork. Under the 'leadership of the well-known Army star Vidal, they gave us the first defeat of the season, nineteen to nothing. The Mercerites, on October fifteenth, proved stronger than usual, but we defeated them by a single touchdown, seven to nothing. Next came the game with Tennessee at Knoxville, on October twenty-second. Owing to an accumulation of injuries from previous games the team was greatly weakened, and we suffered the Hrst and only collegiate de- feat of the season proper,lbut managed to hold the heavy Volunteers ,to a nine to noth- ing score. . , , On October twenty-ninth Howard College at Montgomery, Alabama, fell an easy victim to Florida's onslaught, and the game resulted in a thirty-four to nothing victory. The annual South Florida Classic at Tampa, Mecca of the student body of the University, was played with the fast South Carolina team. This game was intensely thrilling from start to finish, and it resulted in a seven to seven tie. Although South Carolina was played almost off her feet in the second half, she showed remarkable defensive ability on the goal line, and prevented a winning score. The game with Alabama at Tuscaloosa was next. The Gators, in spite of a sadly weakened team, were in their glory, and waded through the "Thin Red Line" to the tune of nine to two. It is no exaggeration to say that this was the great surprise of the season to Alabama. It was in this game that Captain "Tootie', Perry won the title of "Dixie's greatest linemanv, and brought the whole Florida team a great stride forward in football prestige. The team from Mississippi State, which we played in Gainesville November eighteenth, proved to be a veritable whirl- wind, but through superior weight and generalship we were able to tie them seven to seven. Thanksgiving day found the Gators at home, where they met the swift Oglethorpe team. The Stormy Petrels received the most severe defeat of their season, the score being twenty-one to three. f 1 vi M' Something new in the way of Florida football occurred in a post-season game . l Q 2 2 0 U-me Q PAGE 138 Q uw f t ' ,, "' If if' if -7 , 1 ly r w.fljm'x+5 ,g A at Tillfiige'-Q-lk I f 16 L V lf 1711110 If qs, 7 "' with North Carolina in Jacksonville. It proved to be the game of the season, for though Florida was defeated by the score of fourteen to ten, she played a wonderful game. Completely outclassing the Tarheels in the last half, and threatening their small lead with elimination, time intervened as we were in the shadow of their goal posts, and the game ended in favor of North Carolina. To sum up the results of the season we may say that Florida had a truly great year and that she has a wonderful chance for an even greater success next season. We will still have Coaches Kline and Van Fleet, and in addition John S. Acosta, a Floridian and Yale letter man, will manage and coach the Freshman football team. We are expecting a lot of the Baby Gators. Next season's schedule presents Florida's golden opportunity, for with the big- gest teams in the South, and perhaps the greatest team in the East scheduled, Florida has her chance to reap undying glory, and it behooves every Florida man to show to the uttermost his devotion to team and Alma Mater, so that when the last whistle has blown in next season's last game we shall not have been weighed and found wanting. i MAJOR J. A. VAN FLEET For four years at West Point Major Van Fleet made an enviable record in football. He coached the Kansas Aggies in 1920, with great success. and his work at Florida has been of the highest grade. Major Van Fleet is a fine type of sol- dier, officer, coach, and man. Q Q 2 L grew, W, , W D PAGE 139 5' e- if nav , ,V Z, '. .1 Hg, " xg G7 ' ' X' J 7 ',A . .f 6,72 01.0 6 .,'g-,,,', .fo swat 1 A4 A, Much interest and favorable comment has been aroused by the adoption of the freshman and anti- migratory rules, which have been in effect in the Southern Intercollegiate Conference for some time, by the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Associa- tion. The freshman rule, which prohibits playing freshmen on varsity teams, makes a freshman foot- ball team almost a necessity. The University of Florida, as a member of both organizations, is to have such a team next year. The "Baby Gators" will be coached by John S. Acosta, a Floridian and Yale letter man, and it is expected that a separate field for practice and games will be built for the freshmen this summer. All loyal Gators are looking forward with keen interest to the freshman games, and high school graduates should be especially interested in this opportunity to receive the best of training and coaching. Coach Acosta has already arranged a schedule which includes games with seven of the most noted schools in the South and East. This system cannot fail to produce an abundance of wonderful material for future Florida teams. We have a strong "hunch" that the Freshman team is going lo be one of the best things we have ever had, and we are all going to back the "Baby Gators" to the limit. ' FRESHMAN FOOTBALL SCHEDULE ' . p FOR 1922 October 14, Oglethorpe at Jacksonville. October 21, Vanderbilt at Jacksonville. October 28, Open. V ' November 4, North Carolina at Jacksonville. November 11, South Carolina at Gainesville November 18, Alabama at Gainesville. November 25, Georgia at Jacksonville. November 30, Princeton at Jacksonville. Q ... M919 2 20. 123 MDE 140 R R R , , ,R 'W ' R vf S R 1 si, T .16 Q 122111110 1, --I up lx J 1 lk in Wil v-Ulm f' .L , 1 H. fu ww, - -, rNf?,i",.f' 'V-, - - , 1-. ,,,,.W4,c1lra.,'lPPE - ,1s.,,.4,5 cl. R FRED H. DUNCAN, End "Dune" played a jam-up game all season. Always in the thickest of the Gght, he was especially good in shifting through the interference and grabbing the man with the ball. He will be our captain next fall. , Height 6 feet, 2 inches. Weight 200. '-wsnw-R' ' fl CARL PERRY, Guard "Tootie" was the Gators' jolly cap- tain, and "Dixie's greatest guardu. He played every minute of every game for two years and developed into a wizard at blocking punts. His going will be keenly felt, and his unselflsh devotion to team and school, and his infiuence, will be long remembered. Height 5 feet, 10 inches. Weight 230. ,V iw A , -....--0 l Q 2 2 PAGI' 141 ,Q - 'W - '33, ,C'5.AfJ1?4,'!-, Q A ! A M, ', 16 Q 421151110 1: w, lm., 1pL 'v .hw f ',, 'si' N . i,, l rH,M,l' N ., . . H- 4,,m,,,,,ggL,,,Lllll,iUT1'El V... ...,. -.:.. ,lg,.1.vfaZ.f.:. . 1 .4 Ax.:Q,gg.f:2f...-x-'--'-1, "" .-iv, : - CHARLIE WILSKY, Center . A "demon" at center both on the of- fense and on the defense. His passing is deadly accurate, and his ability to size up his opponents' plays made him an invaluable man to the squad. Height 5 feet, 10 inches. Weight 170. f L '7 .. .. 7:31:11 D PAGE 142 ,, , NX: 1:51. 9 T. HOYT CARLTON, Half Carlton finished the season in Hue form, being one of the most consistent ground gainers at half back. He also showed up well at quarter, and ranks with the best in receiving forward passes. Height 6 feel. Weight 160. 1 3-- -f'---A::-:i::--:f-Y- ,..,.. , -. 2 . ...EW U 'xr AM., ., 61? 'W , , ff fik. 1:J,'.H . F+'p,ll.fXl 1 - -W H' it fe- 1 0 s H. ., V: : s 7 ,Y ,,,, -. ..-,.-. - ROBERT M. SWANSON, Emi A hard smashing end, always shift- ing through and grabbing the man with the ball. He was down under every punt and ready to get the man or re- cover a fumble. Height 6 feel. Weight 170. JAMES F. MERRIN, Full Jim finished his last season at Flor- ida in great style. He was the best de- fensive man on the squad, a wonder at blocking punts, and always there with the needed punch to make the last few yards for a first down. Height 5 feet, 10 inches. Weight 155. PAGE 143 . 5 t 'E 0 L ,. ,AM11Af-. mlcfifliffsir- 'L fl11v.Tf..5g it ' WINTHROP N. ROBINSON, Guard A hard fighter, and a very aggressive lineman. He was always getting the jump on his opponents. An all round man, being a good tackle or guard, an excellent forward passer, and a good punter. Height 6 feet. Weight 179. ,,,.J Y..sv... .. l. Q 2 2 PAGE 144 Q: All 1- ' WL.. , 75 f .Y'ZT.:n: :z:::L1s1m:LaT1 Y EMORY B. WUTHRICH, Tackle "Fats" was an aggressive 'man on the line, playing tackle or guard equally well, and always in the thickest of the light. He did most of the kicking from placement. Height 5 feet, 8 inches. Weight 185. l Q ,.--- -rr t- ---v-mf .. .R .. fr. Q 'H ' -uf," f '-Q- 'X -il"'aiW':" FF ARTHUR Do'rY, Tackle A keen knowledge of the game com- bined with speed and aggressiveness make "Art" a valuable man. Opposi- tion is to him the spice of the game. Though pitted against some of the best in the South, he outplayed and out- fought them all. Height 6 feet. Weight 198. 7 . - in , 1.0 K-01111110 If .,,,, .,'Q:..f-.- ,',g,g-,f ,LM ,,... L, , Y J 1-.. , YC!! ARK NEWTON, Half Ark, a hard hitting, hard Hghting player, who showed up well at both half and full. He punts exceptionally well, and bucks the line like an All American. Height 6 feet. Weight 181. G.. wg, , Ahf:,,- ,, fvrv K M410 -Q Q Q i '7 -U PAGE ' 'l -1 . , . , .--X N . .. ,W-emllllll-lP4'El'?42.2-1.114 L. x ERIC M. GUNN, Center "Shorty" Played a Fine game all through the season. He played well at tackle, guard, or center. Height 6 feet, 6 inches. Weight 200. RAY C. DrxoN, Full His educated toe was alnightmare to all opposing safeties. His bucking and interference work was the best that Florida has ever displayed. He is also an accurate forward passer. Height 6 feet, M3 inch. Weight 202. CCJ1 as--as-V-2-2-airs-2 -.-..., A-fns...M.-e fm l, Q 2 2 Q: 0 PAGE 146 . lg Q N . f ' V. ,,. if , ji. A3 ., K ' . Millie S756 QSLWZ 1.110 cf ..3 LL hd X . -.R A nf: vi , msgs-ve 1- Q 15-.T-:::,-iv...--.,.. --s--L---M M f I 3, fp? , 5 , . ll' levdcf kslflljlllll I7 ... it jg...,lTf.Q., .. o o. ' o I . GEORGE STANLY, Quarter George, after two years of persistent effort, developed into a wonderful de- fensive quarter. He hits the line like a two hundred pounder, and returns punts with the best of them. Height 5 feet, 8 inches. Weight 11148. -0 W, ' 2 STUART POMEROY, Half Stuart proved to be FIorida's most sensational ground gainer. He shows wonderful speed and ability to carry a ball, being there when the hole opens. and ready to shake the next tackler off. Height 5 feet, 6 inches. Weight 150. c fi 'U .W .,.. Hs,-.,,..,..-,,.,, ..,, ,.,,, y H Q -. l J - - tsl--. ,.i,,,,,,,,...,-, 5 PAGE 147 'i it 5 ' i K 7, de Q GIIZHZOA' ,xl I M! ' l 11 M' - .' l -A-egg, F fm lgliliv-A X ' .ff M 1 Lf.: ...,.,aa.im1MQJP3l3,,. r :Za HENRY PERRY, Guard "Little Tootie", although he had his baptism to College football this sea- son, exhibited Varsity material. His preponderous size is accompanied by remarkable speed, and a little more ex- perience will make him a second "T0otie". Height 6 feel. Weight 247. Q IVAN W. SCOTT, Guard "Scottie" showed up exceptionally well at either guard or tackle. He was fighting every minute, and should prove a demon on next year's team. Height 6 feet. Weight 180. Q 919226 D PAGE 148 A , - 7 - ,, f k. gf .. Q. gg, ! I I L7 R. H. BURNETT, Enfl Burnett hails from Jacksonville. Though a new man, he has by his good work earned a place on the Varsity. With the experience gained he will make a good man for Florida next year. Height 5 feet, 10 inches. Weight 180. Mrmvm MOUNTS, End Mounts proved his worth at end by consistent playing. He is a hard tackler and has an uncanny ability to avoid opposing interference-a combination that is deadly to end runs. Height 5 feet, 9 inches. Weight 155. ' r W w 019 2 QL JA, .. PAGE 149 413 Q. ff 'V 'V wllillllllh A y xl ii , .Mu-ull?" lanlillhblllwllvilif11122:-.s.L Liif.g.'-L51,Zi.:z -.l-llflfff-cf1'.u'i i' if BILL RENFROE, Quarter At end and in the backfield he showed a willingness to perform and an adapt- ness which comes only from study of the game, and experience. He is a little light, yet he ranks with the' best. Height 5 feet, 8 inches. Weight 160. . 'W ' C740 gS1r11g1110 1: ,.,' , ,,w -.. J ',,-:...--.-Qs,-. 1. - - ., .4,, , aw, 'ljyj Moslzs ROSENHOUSE, Guard After two years of "scrubbing", "Rosy" finally made the grade and showed marked ability in smashing through and breaking up plays, or opening up holes. Height 5 feet, 8 inches. Weight 193. -an-Q-N' --e----- - Y ----' I Q1 2 Q-- .1 ':::.:::1-::::.':.1:.-- : ::'.f Q, ...,..,,,,.., , . . .W so l 0 , ij PAGE 150 GF? X Ys,L V' 4 "Qi ...,,s.........m1irlt1M Q W W--- .. .. ,,,-,.-.- ,Shay I .T 1.0. Cox, Half 0,Neal stepped into Varsity shoes this season. His unusual speed is a wonderful asset, and experience will make him an exceptionally good man. Height 5 feet, 7 inches. Weight 150. HORACE L. TOLBERT, Guard Tolbert had the distinction of win- ning his "F" after two years on the scrubs. He played with a hghting style consistent 'with whole Gator line. Height 5 feet, 7 inches. Weight 200. Q -nw . Q l. Q 2 Q slits.,-.sh-szzf-.-1.-ZZ...3 ..... . .Q PAGE 151 lq 4, W-Y L ,V s -ll -' will M Y- , 'i fi fc vaai X, 6756 Swan, ,J OUR TEAM They have struggled and slavecl on the gridiron, They have toiled in the blazing sun, Our laurel-crowned line of warriors Who played the game and won! No honor, no cheers that we give them Compensates for the honor that's due. But we lose, and let long wave above them The Orange and Blue. Still thrilling with pride of victory We think of the dust and the heat, Of the bitter fight, and the plucky lads Who smiled in the face of defeat. And now, as with glory emblazoned, They enter our hall of fame, We are seeking again the spirit That won the game. And a myriad men are to follow- It may be that we greet them today- To strengthen our golden tradition Of cleanness and fairness at play. A Oh, cheer and bedeck and bedrape them, A Who have made all our yesterdays seem The dawn of our brilliant tomorrow: Our glorious team! V F. H. Langworthy. PAGE 152 Jmmmm,f ' n. .. 363 J 418 g ammo 6 , 7 , 5' ' 'V ,km N 7' '3 1 1- V 'w QV .N 1.5 Qt- -- ..1:. . ASKETBALL , iff jr ' Tr i 3'-f 7f'i!-T: h - , Vx ,glillyi-j-1 ' ff -fi? 7 v xX f I f " . 1 4' A A I I 5-",f' " 1... J rug. Q, - 0 Q 2, G., - , .,,A.,Q,,V f.,,,v, L--i.-.i..- U PACE 153 FIDVJ PSI ' P T ax ! qu ' ' L. . Jvrr .FV or ' ' " 6726 L 61251110 ff .WJ wx, ma ,, -my A - z"fi'.-- l - W' W SWL-grff vw W-"""' 'A' 1 W. G. KLINE .......... ................................. C oach C. Y. BYRD ......... ......... C aptain and Manager SQUAD y . A N. W. Miller, Center R. D. Moss, Forward F. H. Duncan, Forward C. Y. Byrd, Guard H. D. Newton, Guard E. F. Gunn, Guard A. H. Potter, Forward L. L. Thompson, Center K. B. Hait, Guard R. H. Brumby, Forward H. L. Gray, Guard J. Fahs, Forward M. Cohen, Guard y SCHEDULE January 15, at Gainesville ...... ......... F lorida 45, Stetson 25 January 21, at Gainesville.. ......... Florida 45, Rollins 17 January 26, at Albany ........ ......... F lorida 17, Albany Y 27 January 27,"at Columbus .... ......... F lorida 13, Camp Benning 4.5 January 28, at Macon .......... ......... F lorida 26 Mercer 27 January 29, at Savannah .... ...... 1 ..Florida 22, Savannah Y 26 January 31, at Jacksonville ........ ......... I Tlorida 18, Jacksonville Y 4-3 February 11, at Winter Park ......... Florida 48 Rollins 29 February 17, at Gainesville.. ......... Florida 411 Savannah Y 18 February 20, at Gainesville.. ......... Florida 33 Trinity 26 A Q 0 1 Q 2 2 Q -Q - ..s. BD PAGE 155 .. .2 , t J 617 H106 .J .-f I ,yew X , 'V ' -. c " - ' fl a Q Z G. , . .t MF, PAGE 156 BASKETBALL AT THE U. OF F. HE interest in Basketball at the University of Florida took a great stride forward this year, as shown by the large crowds and the intense interest and excite- ment they displayed during the games at home. As the interest in football began to wane a call was issued for all inter-college tossers to report for the inter-college series that was to be played off before the holidays. This brought out a world of material and resulted in a spirited series of games in which the Aggies emerged victorious, without losing a game. From these numerous inter-college players, Coach W. G. Kline and Captain Check Byrd picked a squad of "likely prospects" to report for Varsity practice immediately. In addition to these, Coach Kline had 'Captain Byrd, Roland Moss, Murray Cohen, and Bill Ward, veterans of last year's squad, on which to build Florida's most successful team. The season opened with Stetson University in Gainesville. For a number of years Stetson has defeated Florida by substantial scores, and this year they brought the best combination that they have had in years to Gainesville, confident of victory. But the tide was destined to turn, and Florida won, in a clean, fast game, 45 to 25. On the following week we met Rollins College in Gainesville. This was Rollins' first appearance in basketball, and we easily de- feated them 45 to 17. 1Q22a....,,,. ..., , f' Gyde ngcwg zlgodi' A9 The road trip this year proved to be the "Hy in the ointment", as the team that looked like championship caliber, lost to all the teams they played-Albany "Y", Camp Benning, Mercer, Savannah "Y", and Jacksonville NY". In the Mercer game we lost by a score of 26tto 25, and as Mercer was runner up in the S. I. A. A. series, we should rank among the best college teams of the South. Following this disastrous road trip we played two games at home. The first of these was with Savannah "Y", who defeated us on the road trip by a decisive score. The game proved to be one of the best of the season, and with a wonderful comeback the Gators set a pace that the "Y" men were unable to hold, and the game ended 41 to 18, for Florida. A After this victory we played Trinity College. Their team was composed entirely of letter men, and they displayed a type of basketball that was a marvel, so that at the end of the last period the score stood 25 to 25. An extra five minutes were played and it was then that Florida opened up in spectacular form and scored eight points, while Trinity tallied a lone foul, making the score 33 to 26 for Florida. While we suffered defeat on the road trip, and we did not enter the S. I. A. A. tournament at Atlanta, the fact of our complete reversal of affairs at the last of the season places us among the foremost teams of the South. 1922s. PAGE 157 f alt' A If Rf flisf A545 5g'WZZ710 6 ,V7 1 . A l '- BYRD, C. Y., Captain, Guard "Check" led the team from his position at guard and achieved double honors in playing a wonderful game and captaining the best team ever turned out here. Throughout the season he set a fast pace and exhibited u splendid spirit and example for his followers. GRAY, H. L., Utility Henry played equally well at guard or for- ward, and proved a valuable man at all times. Another man of the "They shall not pass" type. NEWTON, R. O., Guard "Ark" Newton excels at his position as guard. He passes well and covers much ground. His size baffled ut all times oppos- ing forwards. MILLER, N. W., Center "Wood Alcohol" found his natural position at center. He usually gets the tip-off, and follows up well, passing accurately. 2 Q Q19 20 Q PAGE 158 ri ft. t ' L fxhllii' Q'W 'is 'T Je o 61121110 6 .J .amglllliiwd-ikliilil 'ill N 'Q t --'------f'--'--- H - - m,N::f,:-- - - Xe' V or DUNCAN, F. H., Forward "Dune," with his size and uncanny eye for the basket, makes a powerful forward. He plays always a cool, consistent game, and works with clock-like precision. 'ts MOSS, R. D., Forward Speed, experience, a quick, accurate toss, and cooperation make Moss a wonderful for' ward. To him the game is not won nor lost until the final whistle. 5 POTTER, A. H., Sub. Forward I l'le showed real class as a goal shooter, and made up in speed and "knack" what he did gg not have in size. 1. TH'OMPSON, L. L., Sub. Center He is a rangy man and filled in well. A keen knowledge and an inborn love of the game make him a consistent, hard fighting player. ' Cf 220 I D PAGE 159 F g Q W . .N F li. 16 Q- 6172100 6 L . ww. 1 .lv -.gy ', ' -J, 3. 4. -5-'-TJ., km. "' '.,' -1 --.---.11:r.-:--,...'3f1 1 l A. N. SOLLEE .......... L. C. Rrcmzounc ......... G. B. STANLEY ......... W. M. ROBINSON .......,. Football C. A. Anderson R. H. Burnett T. H. Carleton J. O. Cox H. F. Duncan R. C. Dickson E. F. Gunn J. M. Merrin M. U. Mounts J. R. Farrior R. D. Newton C. E. Perry H. D. Perry S. L. Pomeroy WEARERS OF THE "F" MEMBERS W. F. Rentfrow W. IM. Robinson M. H. Rosenhouse I. W. Scott G. B. Stanley R. M. Swanson H. L. Talbert C. R. Wilskey Basketball C. Y. Byrd M. Cohen D. R. Moss W. C. Ward ' ..................Presulenl ............Vice Presulent Secretary-Treasurer ......................Reporter Baseball E. S. Blake E. R. Boswell H. M. Bracken H. L. Grey G. W. Hartman W. D. Mahannah L. C. Richbourg .l. S. Roach J. G. Wallace W. G. Ward J. S. White A. L. Work Track A. N. Sollee W. W. Gunn U .ol Q 2 2 q,,.m,.,......-----. Q PAGE 160 , C? ' fi' K 1'j'mf7'ff' ' -.v Q, , , Q7 f .W 1 71 1 we 1 hx f .18 L , 61111110 1, ,x, QH5x111Rs11gathlh1'-ff-:-x'- X' ff .wsw - -"- AW-'1.f'.-','L'-+' N, Af.: A '- ' D ilYvg1,.,r . ---1-41-,fniir 112 -,-X2 ----- fx,-L-. L: ,.... M 1,1-:,f:r9,'!'C1QL M-:i,,5..A351.85..,-25.-L,:,::LLL:,::2 -2:7341-r-LIL.-M, 1:13. Lg, wir, BASEBALL N l 1 .QW X F15 X 2 S1 ,-'Lx 5!.',L- 11:4-Qi, 1,-x Zcf' gf- -mf , A 4 " .I W?" . -If-f"-1 N1- . A Exxqtl. .afzzfff-3i'1f":--.-. ' -I fl Il'J':'!'?1 lyaxllff ll:-X91 I iwilrfgmx I- 111,12 . 1 .gif 1 qkxlki K Z -fx.: a m 1 - xy' , --M '.. -"-:: ' E- "QF xx f' VW" I Z NT: I ft . 1 5. 14,91 Q 2 'lcL ,an Q O PAGE 161 I EISVJ Z9 2 fd I-.Lf 1 w 1 gk!! - 1 ---3-v-llii-i----Aw -+-----0 -Y---Y -gA. mvrf W Y - .171 Y,.:t...., ,.,1-1: ' --'-'-:'l1':----gi -:nfgfff W 'ff' fszzf' 7' 'in' 5 H' ' 'J L I Y. ' K Jr, ! -Y , ,V c N. IFJLJ 7 Nu r N4 QR' ,fk .J ,F 6756 i2'Ill1i10 6 .J 'it-if-Tillliilitia wI' zf'+v,-- sadiflxrl-""i.l"5 - --.U -I BASEBALL Coach and Manager ....A ......,.................. .......... L A NCE RICHBOURG Captain .....................4 ............... W . G. WARD Manager-Elect .........., . ......... BUCK CARLTON George Hartman Fred Bange Spencer Roach Edgar Blake Wade Mahannah Howard Bracken W. G. Ward ,lim Wallace Henry Gray Eric Boswell George Hitchcolk Gene Lester Gainesville, March 22 ........ Gainesville, March 23 ........ Leesburg, March 24- ....,....... Winter Park, March 29 .................. Winter Park, March 30 ................., DeLand, March 31 ......................... DeLand, April 1 ........................... DeFuniak Springs, April 5 ........... DeFuniak Springs, April 6 .... ....... Columbus, Ga., April 7 ................. . Columbus, Ga., April 8 .................. Clinton, Miss., April 10 ................ Clinton, Miss., April 11 ................ Oxford, Miss., April 12 .................. Oxford, Miss., April 13 ................. . Macon, Ga., April 15 .......... Gainesville, April 21 .......... Gainesville, April 22 .......... Gainesville, May 5 .......... Gainesville, May 6 .....,.... ROLL or SQUAD Harry Snow SCHEDULE Florida 6 ......... Florida 7 ......... Florida 3 ......... Florida 6 .......,. Florida 16 ......... Florida 10 ....,.... Florida 6 ......... Florida 11 ......... Florida 9 ......... Florida 9 ......... Florida 5 ......... Florida 2 ......... Florida 0 ......... Florida 7 ......... Florida 1 ......... Florida 3 ......... Florida 141 ......... Florida 8 ......... Florida 0 ......... Florida 12 ......... Q19 2211 Ray Dickson F. H. Duncan Hoyt Carlton Earl Beasley W. C. Spencer E. F. Gunn Bob Duckworth Henry McLendon Joe White Dick Burnette I. W. Scott Lee Work Mercer 10 Mercer 5 Philadelphia Nationals 12 Rollins 5 Rollins 0 Stetson 5 Stetson 1 Palmer College 0 Palmer College 1 Camp Benning 3 Camp Benning'4. Mississippi College 0 Mississippi College 4. U. of Miss. 1 Q U. of Miss. 4 Yale 2 ' Rollins 0 Rollins 3 Stetson 2 Stetson 1 PAGE 16.5 fweiii iliti t We Safilfifffi 19 , 5,5 gt Qii.,,,Wfgs,,,,w , .ee F f -,. 1 , ':fi:u.1..,.-+zs43:i9.s': 'Nfi.--L, , N - L. C. RICHBOURG Coach BASEBALL AT FLORIDA ROM the beginning of training this year Florida's baseball team has shown signs oflunusual ability, and all our hopes have been realized in its performance throughout the season. The first practice was called early in February, and some fifty men reported there. Among these was found a wealth of real baseball material, and under the direction of Coach Lance Richbourg, a team was developed which was undoubtedly the best that has ever represented the University. We were especially fortunate in having a large and excellent pitching staff, which included George Hartman and Eric Boswell, veterans of three years standing, .lim Wallace, who made his berth last season, Henry Gray, a former outfielderg and "Big Six" Dickson, who is a pitcher of unusual ability. On the receiving end Captain "Bill" Ward and Lee Work, who was a Gator catcher in 1918, showed up in old time form. In the infield Spencer Roach holds down the first sack, Fred Bange takes second, and Howard Bracken, third, while "Annie" Mahannah and Edgar Blake play on 1, Q 2 2 Q Q PAGE164 D 1 Q .5 -"-.3 g ,QQ iignf- l il 1. .. A' 4 ' it 6 . shortstop and utility. In the outfield Hoyt Carlton, Earl Beasley and big Fred Duncan play right field, center field, and left field, respectively, and W. Spencer is utility man. Our first game was with the ,lax All-Stars, who were defeated nine to one. The mid-season pitching form of Hartman and Wallace was the feature of the game. The season was officially opened by a two-game series with Mercer. ln the first we were defeated by the score of ten to six, but the second resulted in a seven to five victory for Florida. The team then journeyed to Leesburg where they met defeat, twelve -to threeg at the hands of the Philadelphia Nationals. Following this came two games with Rollins and Stetson, all of which we won, by scores of six to five, fifteen to nothing, ten to five, and six to one. Next came the out-of-the-state invasion, in which the Gators covered themselves with glory. The first victim was Palmer College, which was defeated twice by scores of eleven to nothing and nine to one. Following this we met the fast Camp Benning team and defeated them in a two-game series, nine to three, and five to four. A two- game series with the speedy Mississippi College team, at Clinton, was split with them. We won by a score of two to nothing, and lost, four to nothing. Then we met the University of Mississippi at Oxford, winning, seven to one, and losing, four to one. The crowning feature of this successful trip was the defeat of Yale, at Macon, by a score of three to two, in a twelve inning game. This added greatly to Florida's prestige, as Yale's team defeated many of the best Southern teams, during its stay in this section. Another two-game series with Rollins resulted in two victories, the scores being fourteen to nothing, and eight to three. Two games were played with Stetson, losing one by a score of nothing to two, and winning the second, twelve to one. So, having lost but four games, by very small scores, out of the first nineteen played, it may be truly said that Florida has had a most successful season, and the unstinted praise of every loyal Gator is due the whole team, and Coach Richbourg. ...ol Q 2 24: .- 0 PAGEI6-'Sig K l ,X de S3171 IQZOA? ,J PAGE CAPTAIN W. G. WARD, Catcher Every minute a Fighter, and is show- ing up better this year than ever before. He was mentioned on the All-Southern list last year, and he has been a splen- did team leader for two seasons. GEORGE HARTMAN, Pitcher "George" has been one of the main- stays of the pitching stall' for three years. He ranks as one of the best col- lege pitchers in the South, and he has also served very efficiently as manager of the team, for two years. LEE WORK, Catcher As classy a little catcher as ever donned a Gator uniform. He is also a good outfielder and a good hitter. This is his second year on the team. JIM WALLACE, Pitcher , "Jim" has been a Gator for some years, having taken his preparatory work at this HU". This is his second year as a Varsity man, and his per- formance rccords him as a coming pitcher. l I . QIQZQQ ' A- '59'7X?lJ1QQQ:' H s . G . or 6"'5"19 U 'N RAY C. D1cxsoN, Pitcher "Dick" has a world of stuff and he can put them where he wants them. He uses splendid headwork while pitching, which makes him a very valuable man. He is an all-round consistent player. Emo Boswrzm., Pitcher He has a world of speed, and puts them across in great style. This is his second season on the pitching staff, having made the team last year by hard work and earnest endeavor. SPENCER ROACH, First Base "Spence" plays any position in the infield, and is one of the best base- stealers in the club. He is a letter man of two years standing. HENRY GRAY, Pitcher A right hand lwirler of no mean ability. This is his third year with the Gators and he has been a steady, de- pendable player every year. ' Q 01. 2 QQ- Q gates 167 ,, . my .3 ,gzip Ju 1"' ,iff , - ! Q , , stiff sg, y c 01111110 c ,WV T. Hovr CARLTON, Outfield "Hoyt" is a good hitter, as well as an excellent base runner. This is his second year in Univeisity baseball, and he plays the same fast, consistent game that he did in football. WADE MAHANNAH, Shortsto p Wade is always 'full of fight and spirit, and is a good utility man. He is fast and aggressive and has improved each season. This is his second year on the team. EDGAR BLAKE, Shortstop A hard worker and consistent player, and is especially good with the stick. This is his third year with the team. and he is showing better form than ever before. HowARn BRACKEN, Third Base He plays the hot corner with as much speed and pep as any college player in the South. He plays with an inborn love for the game, and is a good hitter and base-runner. This is his second year on the team. .. ,sol Q 2 20 PAGE 168 --. , as - X X Y fi xi 1 K R" ' . 454 'UL Y L , ' 11, w migigli ...' ' 7 J, . I 7 If t T' xxx- .MED 1 EARL BEASLEY, Outjield He has a wonderful batting eye and a throwing arm that can't be beaten. An all-round, consistent player. This is Beasley's Hrst year on the team. ' FRED BANGE, Second Base "Whiz" is the most hnished player of the club. He is quick on his feet, accurate in his throws, and an artist with his stick. As a base-runner he has few superiors. This is his First year on the team. W. C. SPENCER, Outfield "Lefty" plays with a lot of pep, and has tried hard his entire three years here. He is always sure of the balls in his territory and renders good service with his stick. FRED H. DUNCAN, Outfield "Dune" is fast and covers his' ter- ritory so perfectly that it is hard to record a hit in that area. He is a very aggressive and consistent player, and generally gives a good account of him- self with his stick in every game. Q ol Q 2 2 vs... 7.1, PAGE 169 limi 5706 cSia'17zzi1oL',,9 -if f ' . ,,,. ,. "4 " . 1 I I STATE HIGH SCHOOLS' TRACK MEET N ONE of the prettiest and hardest fought meets ever held at the Uni- versity of Florida, the Duval High School athletes showed their suprem- acy by winning the meet for the third consecutive time and became the fx permanent holders of the two three-year loving cups. A large crowd witnessed the meet in which six records were broken and one tied. SUMMARY or EVENTS 100 Yard Dash-Blitch, Tallahassee, Marshal, Ft. Lauderdale, Reed, Duval, Monetta,,Lakeland. Time, 10 1X5 seconds. lNew state record.J One Mile Ran-Hazeltine, Miami, Carter, Ft. Pierce, Stewart, Ft. Lauderdale, Vrieze, Duval. Time, 4 minutes, 55 2X5 seconds. iNew state record.J 120 Yard Hurdles-Jones, Duval, Monroe, Hillsboro, W. Johnson, Ft. Lauder- dale, Ditchenmuller, Ft. Lauderdale. Time, 17 seconds. fNew state record.J Shot Put-Gillespie, Lakeland, Jones, Duval, Brown, Duval, Vickery, Gaines- ville. Distance, 40 feet, 4 3X4 inches. Pole V aull-Baker, Ft. Lauderdale, Matthews, Ft. Lauderdale, Robb, Ft. Pierce L. Marshall, Tallahassee. Height, 10 feet, 4 3X4 inches. 220 Yard Dash--Reed, Duval, H. Marshal, Ft. Lauderdale, Hebble, Hillsboro, Monetta, Lakeland. Time, 23 2X5 seconds. fNew state record.l 440 Yard Dash-Vickery, Gainesville, Burwell, Ft. Lauderdale, Hall, Ocala, McRoberts, Hillsboro. Time, 53 415 seconds. fNew state record.J Discus Throw-Lowenstein, Duval, Gillespie, Lakeland, Reed, Duval, Shirley, Bradentown. Distance, 104 feet. fNew state record.J - 220 Yard Low Hurdles-Monroe, Hillsboro, Nolte, Duval, Jones, Duval, Bur- well, Ft. Lauderdale. Time, 28 seconds. fNew state record.D 880 Yard Dash,-Hazeltine, Miami, Vickery, Gainesville, Sarra, Gainesville, Ramborger, Orlando. Time, 2 minutes, 11 2X5 seconds. High lump-McDowall, Gainesville, Porter, Orlando, Lewis, Duval, Folsom, Duval. Height, 5 feet, 5 inches. Broad .lump-Davis, Miami, Marshal, Ft. Lauderdale, Baker, Ft. Lauderdale, Brumley, Gainesville. Distance, 19 feet, 8 3X4 inches. Relay Race--fClass AJ won by Duval. Relay race fClass BJ won by Talla- hassee. . ' Q 01922a-- Q PAGE 170 C756 Q. mlgzggok L ,,- , F K x 4 1, 'UMR P5 1 f 'i"+14f3 W "VAA .. dl pf 7 . 1 BMJ! H-d1f,2I:.,.----+Zgg j3-A MVPW TRACK . vii' '7"7iW 'J fluf f 3 37- - Jw IMJ 352 2 Z WW!! V7 " ' 1 1 ff , , H- xiff vs' nz: 57 M "1" 41, ' v . 57' fl f 1 Wff 4 WX? f ' I nfl H 'IWIWMMWHQJ' 'ffl fff 'W' 'xg -.1 i r 1'ij Q4 A. ef , X 'as ks ' X X21 ff ji' V, f 4' Z K A , I X, ,fgiiil X6 ,Q ' r 1 v A lj f xx wxv, ' g ng, ' 5. VM ,I s 4...-l. -S x f A 6-h qi? Zvi-,l. 2 1 We 10 X :- E lIfWWULTflTI'IlWIWV1 J AHWMHWKH1 . . , ' 3 N: V V. I 019 2 Zo PAGE '-L7-I AJ w'nLQ9,li1fL 'f '-.JN . 1. 16 ',,Q'grfxX .- .f,.gfi'1fI5'fjf!1'k' 1 511355,-.49 6716 L, 61121110 1, .m.4uH ff. V , A.. ..., '.4..V-,,,,.- ..x-.-,,.T:l :-,... x.,L..... .....:-up ,. 3,55 'fri W W----Q PAGE 172. THE VARSITY TRACK TEAM N. SOLLEE, Captain and Manager .ve-wiili.-lol 9 2 2 Q Rom. A. N. Sollee J. O. Cox R. D. Newton R. S. Hare L. Case . R. K. Buckley D. A. Rambo R. King .QJP ..X- 4'6- , . F7 Q' f ' V' ' H f . Q . . f ln" -FWF 2. , .V Avhgq J. ' ' ff Aff fy! Lx .mn 1 'X ' ' S "S 'AE "A' ' '- " ....,,-x..v.,,,.... .x.-...... h .,. x , Wg q.'r:: 'D' THE TRACK SQUAD A N Souza ................. ................................................ .,.,..... C a ptain CAP1' J H ATKINSON ........ K CAPT I E RYDER ......... J. O. Cox R. King R. D. Newton D. A. Rambo L. Todd G. P. Petteway M. U. Mounts ROLL W. Bivens R. K. Buckley L. Case O. D. Lennard R. S. Hare J. D. Dickey W. M. Davis J. Connell H. H. Gifford L. M. Butler E. Moore S. Pomeroy W. E. Brobston R. C. Dickson W. Hockenstad R. M. Crown T. I 0 K2 2 .1 Coaches PACE 173 it A U de C 61711110 6.2 . ,.....mt'r"lt5isi2.'li- iii-:1..ll NE ff ..g..9.Q.ii1g:e ..,,.... ..- .. . .. .C .-... .... --...,,.-,. TRACK RESUME 1922 The University of Florida track season started ofi' with a squad numbering over forty men. Captain John H. Atkinson of the Military Department, who coached last year's team, was ably assisted this season by Captain Ira E. Ryder, also of hte Military Department. Captain Ryder holds several records in the South Atlantic Conference that he set while in college. A The old men who reported beside A. N. Sollee, this year's captain-manager, were J. 0. Cox, D. A. Rambo, W. R. King, Leonard Todd, R. C. Dickson, O. D. Lennard, and W. J. Bivens. Among the new men were R. D. Newton, R. K. Buckley, l.. Case, R. S. Hare, J. A. Hudson, H. H. Gifford, J. B. Dickey, and C. P. Petteway. At the present writing all the University records have been bettered this year. Sollee has consistently jumped over 22 feet, and Newton is close behind. Petteway gives promise of a good record in jumping, during the next few years. Capt. .l. H. Atkinson Capt. I. E. Ryder Coaches Sollee has run the .l00 yard dash in I0 lf5 seconds several times, and on one occasion made the distance in the time honored l0 seconds fiat. Case, Newton, Sollee, and Gifford are all running the 220 in close to 23 seconds flat, on a poor track. In the hurdles Rambo still reigns supreme. Newton has broken the S. I. A. A. record for the discus throw in the inter- college meet, and great things are expected of him and Dickson in this event, in succeeding meets. Hare and Crown, in the 440, are doing very well, and should show up among the very best in meets to come. Cox is running the 880 yards splendidly. Dickey is also running in the 880, and will probably lill Coxis shoes as our half-miler, when the latter graduates. In the mile we have Buckley, who, against time, has covered the distance in 4 minutes and 40 seconds. He has never been pushed so that he has had to extend himself, and it is safe to say that he is good 'for at least 4 minutes and 35 seconds on a good track. King is still dividing honors with Bivens in the two mile run. King holdsthe school record, and has .lowered 'it substantially this year. Thetrack is now in better shape than 'ever' before, and by next year we will be able to bid for some of the championship meets, as part of the improvement plans calls for a 220 yard straightaway. Q , U ' A- 0 l 2 2 G D PAGE,174 ,IQ J Q - QlQ . TX J? 5 ' f M"g24g.1Lf4zgf3 9 Q60 gSm7gw0L' .Q 6 f--"'-xf nf! ' . -v - '11 1 - G-J Li ,,f:ff3-s:f.-iiLQfi'5s1aSf--4 '- 1- E545,-,--,- .... ..ww.... MI OR .SPORTS 2 G 2 H O PAGE 175 ii! af 'ft' .. ,Qi f W - 'U , 1,-4' -N 1: f p W , , .'1s.lt.e9"-1,71 i W-ryfyixfp pl S , . 1 7 Wv:m,Rb'wi'l'Hg I' .V I I V I W Jing,-Elks N K A V ' k .. If C1 -if -JM flf- -1141 -',' - . fi 'fu MINOR SPORTS V The department of minor sports was officially or- ganized at the University of Florida, in the fall of 1920, under the leadership of Dr. R. G. Manchester, as physi- p cal director. Numerous kinds of minor sports, such as wrestling, volley ball, and tennis, had been carried on previous to this time, but with little success. Since the organization of this department the scope of minor sports has been greatly increased, and interest has steadily grown in these activities. They promote an interest in athletics among many of the men, instead of among only a few. In the minor sports are included wrestling, boxing, gymnastics, tennis, volley ball, swimming, soccer foot- . ball, and handball. New games that are introduced from time to time, are taught, and the men are familiarized with games that are not played to a great extent in their own communities. The minor sports provide a source of training for men who have the ambition to develop into Varsity material. They also enable the coaches to get a line on men of Varsity caliber who are not out for some of the major sports. Each year competitive contests are held in wrestling and boxing, and the winners in each weight in both events are awarded gold medals. ln the other departments teams are selected and they contest with similar teams from other schools and organizations. The pentathlon track event is included under the minor sports, and the winners in this event are awarded gold, silver, and bronze medals. Minor sports differ from intra-mural athletics in that the contests in the minor sport events are for all students from all the colleges, while the intra-mural games are contests between the various colleges, or classes, themselves in major athletics. f--1-,,-9 l 2 QS., ...,.,1g'gg... PAGE, 176, H .S 'E QB 'w ' 'x' t JM v NL. . , y r t. , ...W W., 4 , H' 5. , ,elif-,.g1j,. up , , IC 4, , Ulll 1110 If .M . .,.,L t.t..ra..l1lflf.l.ll'i"f'll' .- .Q ,L it ,',, vI'.Ilt,5Uf ' QM ' -'il " .-A ' t'- " I Q , 1 ..,,., W , . . . V.VV .. . ,. ,,,, , f- ---:- ,f, ,N K.,-V:T,. I, 'sb ,I 1 .:V.,,:,,,: YM,::P,,-TV,-l:M,l, AW v Wi i i 'rs ., ,,.V .Qvwp 9 . y ' - l W iv s , A V S ' UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA TENNIS TEAM H. Klock M. Cohen W. H. Pomeroy L. Crawford A. A. Williams G. Stanly W. F. Williamson Tennis has made rapid progress at the University as a form of athletics, during the last two years. There are about four hundred men who take part in this game during the year, and the courts are in constant use. Last year the University was represented at the S. I. A. A. meet, in Atlanta, by Klock and Horne. Our boys were greatly handicapped by wet weather and unfa- miliar courts, but they made their presence felt, nevertheless. It is hoped that this year's team will have better luck in drawing partners, and weather conditions, at the S. I. A. A. meet. In the early part of this season Rollins suffered defeat at the hands of the Florida team, which won the double, and two single matches, losing only one single. Later, Stetson, and the lacksonville team, proved too strong for us, and though both games were closely contested, the scores were against the Orange and Blue. -- ------ '-"1 Ti "f' I 2 Q, Q::.:.:ff..... S dv : 1 it Q -"W7.fI'l1.-. ---ff " ' PAGEL177 'Q fa., Y. . fa K f I 1 R ' el " M U 26 Q 627 H 0 6 7 I G L "f95"5'R:llllfFt2f m'zf-GJ,1- A ' Z A 1 WW! SOCCER FOOTFALL AT THE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA ' , THE VARSITY SQUAD M. U. Mounts, Left Wing G. A. Martell, Left Halfback G. R. Clegg, Left Inside Forward J. S. Alexander, Center Half R. H. Buckley, Center R. 0. Alderman, Right Half W. M. Davis, Right Inside Forward A. Weaver, Left F ullback H. S. Hua, Right Wing L. E. Dupont, Right Full R. W. Scotten, Goal Tender SUBSTITUTES H. C. Johnson, Left Half . G. M. Nunn, Right Half J. C. Matthews, Center Half O. L. Helseth, Right Half A. B. Coe, Center Half L. L. Thompson, Goal Tender Soccer football made its initial appearance at the University of Florida this year. Last year Dr. Manchester tried to introduce this great game to the students, but inasmuch as soccer football was a new game in this institution, insufficient interest was taken in it, and its adoption was postponed until the fall of this year. At the beginning of the season some fifteen reported for practice, and around Villacres, Dupont, Hua, and Buckley, who had had previous experience, Dr. Man- chester was able to build a very aggressive and fighting team. The first game was with Suwannee High School, at Live Oak, on Thanksgiving Day. This team had been coached for some three months, so that our almost inex- perienced team had difficulty in tying the score. But in a return game, after the Christmas holidays, we were able to defeatthemlby a very decisive score. The local high school was also defeated several times, both in practice and in regular games. The entire squad cannot be too highly praised for the way they practiced and trained under the able coaching of Dr. Manchester. - I Q '2 2 Q Q PAM. " o .W EN-N 9 y ' C7 QM, ,,.,.,,fiblM t5l 6,72 U10 6 f"" I l l l UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA WRESTLING CHAMPIONS R. C. Rozier ........................,. .....................,..,....,.,,...... M idget W eight R. Bowen ..........,... ......... F eather Weight D. L. Leisher .......,.. ....,....... L ight Weight W. M. Davis ........ .............. W elter Weight S. Pomeroy .......... ................ . Middle Weight J. Matthews .......... ...t....., L ight Heavy Weight E. E. Raasch ........ .....A................... ....A.,.,,,,,,,,,, H e avy Weight The Championship Tournament was held during the week of March 6th to llth, and good contests were had in most of the weights. Several new men will be eligible to membership in the Wrestling Club, because of the new champions made in the tournament. The wrestling team met the Jacksonville Y. M. C. A. team on March 31st. As there are no contestants among the other colleges of the state it is almost impossible to have at present many dates on our schedule. It is hoped that the future will change this, and Florida can show her ability in wrestling, also. Q ol 2 20 -1, D PAGE -179 KY, u pp X 7 ' i ' li fs' nl 'iii -'KID Miii .. 7 1 2 I a ...gm . i , . ,IC g, 61111110 It ,.j7 114' -.-..-,- g.A. a.u..amillglll5HlQlfi'lfiilsis L, "1-,:,.,lT.-ss,-. E ' " """' """ "ku" ' 'x',g1,.. 1 UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA BOXING CHAMPIONSL M. Young ...................................................................... Midget Weight S. M. Strom ........ ....... F eather Weight J. E. Walsh ........ ....... I ,ight Weight W. M. Davis ...... ............ W elter Weight S. Pomeroy ................ ................... M iddle Weight J. G. Wallace ,.................,..,.................. .......... L ight Heavy Weight The Championship Tournament was held during the week of March 6th to 11th, and quite a number of students took part. There were several surprises in the tourna- ment, and much new talent was uncovered. The Champions met the Jacksonville Y. M. C. A. boxing team on March 31st, and were able to hold their laurels. According to predictions the tournament next year will surpass that of this year. This is the second year we have had a boxing tournament, and interest in it is increasing each year, and more men are learning the art of self-protection. sn-- - A-.. -.-ww ,.,. l Q 2 2 111, A-. Lssxzf eY'e or H 'D L no PAGE 180 THE SWIMMING TEA M THE VOLLEY BALL TEAM PAGE 181 , fi, 11 I ll ff, T55 ,N It 1 1 5 1- -my , I , 5' 'Q' 1 A WAC' Q , 11111 1110, 1 K M Q11 1 iljffgg.. !ii.x':3'Qf2?.-Q1 I j'Q.1L!fff7 ".-- f'f'.:I.L-fl wx A"'- Snff, 5 .h ..,, H V, - , .A 1 H U X .A,,, I :gi VJ " I1 LAW COLLEGE FOOTBALL TEAM, CHAMPIONS 1921-1922 F 1 V JUNIOR CLASS FOOTBALL TEAM, CHAMPIONS 1921-1922 -4--A-U - .:.-.1-L., :T--1-U I il QA- QE::,..--..,-,,, .... ,.- Mi PAGES 182 1 L "7 x w 3 x Mg' Vapzvgr , ""1:',7 L jill' NWS! .H .' is' , 1 ' AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE BASKETBALL TEAM. CHAMPIONS 1921-1.922 SOPHOMORE CLASS BASKETBALL TEAM, CHAMPIONS 1921-1922 .Mi A7 ..', PACE' 183 ENGINEERING COLLEGE TRACK TEAM. CHAMPIONS 1920-1921, 1921-1922 PAGE 184 ' FRESHMAN CLASS TRACK TEAM, CHAMPIONS 1921-1922 f A2 9 L j Q ' L7 BASEBALL CHAMPIONS 1921-1922 COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE Champions lntra-College Baseball SOPHOMORE CLASS Champions Intra-Class Baseball W BASEBALL CHAMPIONS 1920-1921 COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING Champions lntra-College Buselmll FRESHMAN CLASS Champions Intru-Class Baseball FRESHMAN CLASS BASEBALL, TEAM 1920-1921 5 Q Q1 Q 2 26 --7-f 0 PAGE 185 -aW','ili , LDA? Q 61151130 6 .3 0 . , --Lg:r111'3LM"L jlltr' It-PQ--'riT.1s:..'::'.:,hTl:'Lfi:-..l-fIL w..........s.-..-...--.. Q , . -.,,n,,,,,. A ,,, F. ,A , p -,...,...,,.,...-nm,.,,,,,..,-,, ,. a YW --f 1 ,w . 1NTP.A.MURAL ATHLETICS l T NTRA-MURAL sports- at the Lniversity of Florida have become a very - fascinating part of student life within the last two or three years. The department was organized for the purpose of giving all the men in each college and class some interest in the major sports, and to create a spirit of rivalry between the various colleges and classes, as well as a means of diversion from the regular routine of studies. Progress has been very singular in this short time, as the contests in the four major sports and tennis are hotly waged between all the various organizations. The interest manifested in these games is great, and they develop better sportsmanship between the fellows. These games also develop men for the Varsity, who had little idea of their ability when they entered school. The intra-mural season opens in the fall, and the new men are initiated into the real spirit of the various college sports. Last fall the Lawyers, after a series of hard- fought games, won the intra-college football championship. The intra-college baseball tournament proved equally as interesting as the foot- ball series. The Aggies won the series without losing a single game. The intra-college track meet was decisively won by the Engineers, with the Arts and Sciences' team second, the Lawyers third, and the Aggies fourth. The intra-class football championship was won by the Juniors from the Sopho- mores, by the close score of ten to seven. The intra-class basketball championship was won by the Sophomores from the Juniors in one of the hottest games of the season, by a score of 16 to 14. The intra-class track meet was won by the Freshmen, with the Juniors coming in second, and the Sophomores third. The intra-class baseball series was won by the Sophomores from the Freshmen, by the score of five to three. So, from the interest manifested at these games and meets, and the steady im- provement of the teams each year, it is assured that this will' become a permanent department, and one of thedeading student activities at our University. 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M f I A "' ' ,X Q' ' yi 242 16 , S Qiw S5 A if I l Q . 4 3 ffff 0 Q A! . l N 1 - -4- ' 'li' S S z 9 1 4 ii., ' .I 5 if' 1 i ' I II 3 Q W? "vw, I E 4 Q f Qof, f, am, jx 'S 232 Zflsqn gl- S S 4, Q, Wm 2 1 ' X if W W ,, 1 x.. ' M ' 4 ? : , i '11 "' --' Xx N ,Z Q: ,,n ORGANIZATIONS 1 4. .F-..,v- .. ., . ... , , Mol Q 2 7 G PAGE 187 'qfsfir 56 LST5'77Z ZQ10 C L7 H1 l-'I -u, fi! 1 ww. .. jhgxx J-gurus .-1.1 WL NT' FLLZZBM1-,b , .fa , zmzkmfp,-E.. E. , .. .4 Q E.-A Q -H 'sl -jj ,fi 'H 3 , 1 I ' f J X . Y . Jf'l'1mnm " I , Q 6 1 W. J. BIvENs .......... . J. F. MERRIN ...,... R. Hosrcms .....,... THE BUDGET COMMITTEE .............PresidenL ..............Vice President ..........Secretary-Treasurer FACULTY REPRESENTATIVEE Prof. P. L. Reed - Prof. A. P. Black STUDENT REPRESENTATIVES L. C. Rickboqrg I. W. Scott J. S. Sherman ..-nl Q 2 QQ.. E... -A --c:z 1-m-- PAGE 188 Ga , W' ii. -fill 'L ' ll liit l?Y 3f? U. de c 17111110 1' " , V .I alll' l X l 'QHJT ,. , l5,'-lik W, Y. J I i f I 1 , ---if f ...stl,ttfnliltilllllll'lllQllllL2i24-11.3 . .::xz1X1-::Z.s.:f,:,...- 2 - . .qvw , W THE STUDENT BODY AND ITS BUDGET SYSTEM 'I' HAS been truly said that the spirit of a great university is not in its buildings, or in its faculty, but in its students. The students are the Universityg it is the students who set the standards, and uphold the traditions of their alma mater. This executive and constructive power in our university is manifested in the Student Body Association of the University of Florida. To gain a true understanding of this organization, it is well to trace briefly the growth of our student body, in the light of student activities, since the founding of the University of Florida, at Gainesville, in nineteen hundred and five. At that time there were about ninety students enrolled, as contrasted with an enrollment of more than nine hundred and fifty today, there was only one literary society as contrasted with the six such organizations on the campus now. As time went op increased enrollment was reflected in the growth and interest in new and varied activities and organizations. Local groups of students secured charters of membership in national honorary and social fraternities which today own beautiful homes surrounding the campus. As membership in the county clubs increased the students carried more and more publicity con- cerning the University to their respective counties. In 1913 the student body passed its first great milestone in the adoption of an honor code which placed each student upon his honor to pursue his course of study conscientiously and refrain from the use of illegitimate aid in all tests and examinations. One year later the second milestone was passed in the organization of the Florida Athletic Association, of which every student automatically becomes a member. The constitution of this organization. through the assistance of a resolution of the Board of Control, requires every stu- dent to pay a five dollar fee at the time of registration, which entitles him to full membership in this association. Such membership carries the privilege of admission to all athletic games stages by the University of Florida in Gainesville. The third milestone was reached in the spring of 1920, when, after long debate, the Budget System was passed by the Student Body Association and recommended to the Board of Control. This provides for the addition of a fifteen dollar fee to the other entrance fees. making a total of twenty dollars to be paid for student activities at the time of registration. This twenty dollars per student is apportioned among the student activities as follows: Five dollars is given to major sports for the promotion of football, basketball, baseball, and track: one dollar and a half is given to minor sports for the promotion of wrestling, boxing, tennis, volley ball, and soccer ball, one dollar is given to the lyceum fund which is used in bringing entertainers to the student bodyg one dollar and a half goes to the special fund, which is, in short, "spending money" for the student body as a whole, being intended to supplant miscel- laneous contributions otherwise asked for, canvassing the student body for donations for various deserving projects is absolutely forbidden, as the proper recourse is to explain the project in open meeting of the student body and ask that the needed amount be voted from the special fund, one dollar goes to the Florida Alligator, which entitles every student to one year's sub- scription to the weekly paper, one dollar is given to the literary societies and debating council, which pays the expenses of debating teams representing the University, and takes care of all membership dues for the students, two dollars and a half goes to the Young Men's Christian Association, which makes possible the payment of an unusually comfortable salary for an up-to- date, wide awake, Y. M. C. A. Secretary, three dollars goes to a general gymnasium fund which is used in equipping the gymnasium and promoting interest in physical cultureg and three dollars and a half is given to the college annual, the Seminole, which entitles each student to a copy of this publication. . Considering the milestones which have been passed, the feeling of brotherhood and good fellowship existing on the campus, the growth of the student activities and the foundations on which such growth has been built, all students, and the faculty, alumni, and friends of the University of Florida may look forward with satisfaction to a very bright future. .el Q 2 2 Q cfm- ,Mw- PAGE 189 I I I 'FQ ,. any W - , fc Q7 7 I Im. . . I ., If, --I HI In , IIC' L . 01111110 ' , ,, A ,.JI11IIfIIIdQQIII2 ""-'J-., .I 'II' M-,f,M1'-IW 1L,jII5Z?'gIIf1'f1,i-A5 --...Q '-K - I A--HU-'-'-1 I ' - f-:,'.-':.- -A'-- --I, f '34-1. ...- :Hag ,iq .LL-J-:-'gz-::A!'E -,i:::::::.-"7 " .4-::::.:,....,,...,,..,,L , ,,. I My I I I . I I 19970 Cafzzmfffcc I 1 . II II , 5-..,.rn,:-f I ng- .1aM.r.ff V Jbbvar I gfahlar . I I I I ' A ar cz--nm! I fiakr-Egfr , P, fnur-I Iliff'-' I Haaana V, ficshnrnn '9'ff'0f"0f's I I pg . ., .:..,.L .. :.::::z:,9 I 2 I2 Grgggw- 4ff,1:-4L.-311:11 IQ I J .PAGE 190 . . .mmm C --,,.-.,.L1Lm-ill 4 L. C. J. F. W. J. J. B. C. L. DR. L. . f - 1- . ,... 'HL .5 , , 'W 1 , - G lkiMMv'm'.i'fii:W.f.-f.1IH-:E'1z'-Q-' -1--g kW L NZHZO 6 C 55 ....-- f -f-- .------ -----F--.-N.-w-r1f:.r..:::...-.x.--.. :::'---,QL:5:5..fff'.- ,c,3,-'n-----v--H-'V ----- -il..,.4.111,f-Llfiflffg Kfiff 4 ,,, ,. J-If mmuw G-mm FY" I w J, vfwfw' C4.py,,n1" Q V .za wnumn UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA DEBATING COUNCIL CROFTON ................................... ............................................. ................ P r esidem MERRIN ........... YARNOFF ........ WALKER ......... WALKER ......... M. BRISTOL .......... du ,-,hmmh ,-...-91. Q 2 2 O ..........Vice President ............Treasurer .........Secretary ...........................................Reporter Chairman, Faculty Committee ' C-D PAGE 191 N ., MSW! W0 '9 , .,.' -- ,um ..xf,. -,,.,L, VI. ,,'. I V rn , 1 6e1MwV.j , ,NIL Ylfflfl ' . 'g i-1 L ,. 'l-T E K9 " ! LN WALL A", 49,4- ' I I ihv' ' 1 1 H V f , V ,,,. my ,K L 1 - 1 P 'V . -ff' lmvdxlfam I . w x MJMW , . ' I N 4 ,. , A c qllll illliy ,- muiwl A 4 4? YMCACABINET , 41l-f1 1 ,gm W.f.,... m ,..........,,9 I, Q 2 2 U PAGE 192 , Gm J . ' 9 de C 61151110 c Q7 .R .A.J 7 p THE YOUNG lVlEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION OFFICERS GEORGE E. WHITE ........ .................... .... ........ G e n eral Secretary RAY C. DICKSON ....... ......... A ssistant Secretary J. F. MERRIN ......... .....................,. P resident G. B. STANLY ........ .......,.. V ice President G. B. SIMMONS ......... ........... T reasurer D. L. LEISHER .......... ......... S ecretary CABINET Melviaeas H. C. Johnson I. W. Scott L. C. Richbourg J. A. Winfield R. P. Terry L. H. Ball A. C. Simmons HE great aim of the Young Men's Christian Association of the world is to develop real men. Manhood which keeps well balanced the training of the body, mind, and soul, is what the world needs. The University of Florida is endeavoring to develop this type. The Y. M. C. A. finds that its greatest need at the University is not to give physical or mental training, but to care for the spiritual training of the students. lt does not ignore the physical or mental life. In every way possible it endeavors to cooperate with those branches, but they are well cared for in the class room and laboratory, on the athletic field and in the gymnasium. There have been a number of socials given which were well attended. The spiritual training which so many are tempted to neglect is the definite problem of the Y. M. C. A. By Chapel talks, Wednesday night prayer meetings, Bible study groups, deputation teams, and personal work, this work is carried on. At Friday's chapel Mr. White, or some visitor, gives a short definite message. At the Wednesday night meetings topics on Christian leadership are discussed. In the Bible groups throughout the dormitories and houses, "Has Christ Met Life's Questions" has been studied. Deputation teams consisting of students and the secretary have spoken on Y. M. C. A. principles in several cities to the school boys and girls. Personal work has been encouraged, and has accomplished things for the uplift of the men. A great need is for a building for the activities of the Y. M. C. A. and all student affairs. A campaign has been started and encouraging results obtained toward getting this building. We have been after money for these activities, but have also given for the needy in other lands. .111 Q 2 QQ .. PAGE 193 y r PAGE 194 ,X JH , HM.. Wm ,.... 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Assistant Managing Editor RICHARD S1As ......... ..,.................. S porting Editor HUBERT WEEKS ......... ........ A ssistant Sporting Editor ROBERT PIERCE .......... ..................... S ociety Editor HAROLD KLOCK ....................... .......... E xchanges K. K. HANSEN, OZZIE BIE ......... ....... ....... ........ P e r somzls Reporters Ed Woodberry L. L. Thompson - J. D. Wheeler Frederick Langworthy Rolf Buckley Beach Hazard William Parmenter Frank Elmore Fred Mansour Newton St. John Business Department ALECK WHITE ....... ..................................................... I ...... B usiness Manager HORACE WILSON ............... .... ..................... ............... A s s istant Business Manager The Florida Alligator is the official publication of the student body of the University of Florida. It is a weekly newspaper, featuring the campus happenings of the day, owned, edited, and published by students, for students. At the close of each year the student body elects the Editor-in-Chief, Managing Editor, and Business Manager, who are given the power of choosing their assistants and department heads. The Alligator has maintained a high standard of efficiency during the past year, and with the beginning of the 1922-23 semester, it is hoped that the size may be increased from twenty-five to fifty percent. ' Q1 Q 2 26 Q PAcE19s NN E Q ju z ' .-11 N ' f is X " - 2 , . 7 Nu-im V , K -L I Wllzlc.. I. 'Q A , C, r wgw' N L, ., ' .N I ' J -.. ' - V- fx1'f+'7H3M"'MiJdHf ffl- 4-L' - ---- 1-1" - ,YQZX - f'3A'f3 'f1Qf,f -1-' 55"fZ',g.,'5:Qg,,Q-1 ,J 4? ,,-. JALLL,-1: ,..Q-.,.L1-4.W:.11 E I MM' NQV X , L. KJ .:2M,:AT3:z:!71---Y--,,-- 7-::-ff- f f -:gf---H9 I 2 2 Lfp -i' xiviz-.1::1:1i.r: PAGE L96 E2 , !k"'r?-Xxdfa X- T' .N 4593 f, ' - . I S 1 zt 0 6 ..Q WILLIAM S. FIELDING Business Manager Sponsors, THE SEMINOLE F lorida's Annual WILLIAM .I EACLE Editor-in-Chief IVIAURICE F. BUNNELL Managing Editor MISS LESLYE BAKER, MISS ELIZABETH MURRAY WILLIAM J. YARNOFF ....... RALPH P. PERKINS ........ .........Associate Editor-in-Chief ............Associate Editor-in-Chief JAMES A. WINFIELD .......... ....... ROBERT G. LITTLE ......... HENRY EDWARDS .......... .Assistant Business Manager .......Assistant Business Manager ROBERT A. CARLTON ......... G. WAINE GRAY .....,.... J. F. BLATT ............. C. R. HYATT .....,. JACK WALSH .......... LEONARD TODD ....... HENRY FULLER ........... BURTON AMES ........ W. J. BULLOCK .......... KENNETH HANSEN ....... NELSON LONGEE ........ Assistant Editors ........Literary Editor ..........Athletics Editor ..........Joke Editor Editor ..........Military Editor anagement .......,.Management ............Athletics .........Literary .........Literary .........Literary .........Military O1 Q 2 241. PAGE 197 J 5 N 1 w , , i Q V , Q! 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W. H. MCBRIDE, JR. Sec.-Trea.s. ........ R. YF. CHATHAM .......... W. H. MCBRIDE, JR ......,. ,A. J. GEIGER Reporter ............ L. D. STEWART ............ ROBERT WRAY ................,. ROBERT WRAY Critic .........,........ H. G. HAMILTON .......... I-I. G. HAMILTON .............. L. C. RICHBOURG Member Inter-Society Debating Council .................................................... C. L. WALKER Sponsor .......,.................................................... .......... M ISS MALENA MURRAY MEMBERS Wilmon Newell, Dean. O. R. Davis W. H. Pomeroy Major4W. L. Floyd V. W. Driggers G. W. Pryor Dr. J. E. Turlington L. H. Ellsworth l... L. Richardson Dr. A. L. Shealy E. P. Harry P. E. Robinson Prof. C. H. Willoughby C. R Hiatt J. W. Royer Prof. F. Rogers H. E Hammar H. L. Roberson B. W. Ames C. B Holman C. E. Sanford C. E. Abbott R. H. Juve E. W. Scarborough K. B. Albritton A. R. Johnson! C. H. Savage C. O. Bratley W. E. Jones J. E. Schabinger M. A. Baker F. K. Knight E. M. Schabinger J. C. Brown P. E Lau J. S. Sherman R. T. Burr E. L. Land R. A. Simmons H. A. Bosman J. H. Logan H. M. Smith R. A. Carlton G. A. Martell D. J. Tucker, Jr. F. C. Charbonneau E. L. Mathews T. T. Turnley C. C. Collins W. Musselwhite R. Tillman R. F. Cooper L. M. Nagle C. B. Vancleef R. S. Dowdell C. W. Nelson Alec White L. M. DeVane B. Pipkin H. E. Wiig R. H. Dettre L. T. Pendarvis M. G. Young L ' a U Q ,l J 2 2 L ,.:,,i,,x:wwA-H ,Q PAEE 201 vi If F ,f 0, W, I l 1 x F f I .N x-1 1 M., ,, I -.Q Muay J V1 M N! X N . 1 W HI Q '- ,4-H, ' r if I .Ia rnri L1 mf. r .M . ., m.. ? M710 ggvlfllflljll If ...J7 D in 7-is nf n,a1 " ww Ls or 5,66 P' Q I fm: fvmna can 3 H 1 1 I X X ..u - X ,zu 1 X ll' A, ' Q, N T1 ,A-L ?i x My 1 - x 4 V r F f ., 1 Q I -. Z ' : ,S Q tg-W 'V rl F I km :. I 1 9. J' ir FT 1' 4 1 X X l ' Us l'Ii:ni iii, , gi 4 V I W I M K' . X fi if f mm M. ' 'QF D K e qv A , Q ,I ,fx V4 L A -K I ' 1 4 W - .... 111022 PAGE 202 R mm x V vm Q....... A. .,:,:. 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'fill ' " l, me L 677217106 ,Q -sus-Quill!-I9F1"f l'i.f.55lT mf Qissssslzlmslrirl'.Q1L'1'f-L-H51-12... Eg 'N2.1.'-...lf W BENTON ENGINEERING SOCIETY First Semester D. L. LEISHER.. ........ .. I. W. ScoT'r ......... I. G. THOMAS ........... W. J. YARNOFF ......... R. D. Atkisson J- V. Atanasofl' E. R. Boswell W.' M. Bostwick H. M. Braddock J. C. Babson L. M. Butler V. G. Brash E. E. Bentley G. A. Calhoun C. E. Cook J. M. Connell H. L. Connell H. L. Cavender H. Coe P. McD. Caro C. Curtis A. B. DeWolf L. W. Davis J. G. Ennis J. T. Etheredge P. G. Franklin Sponsor, Miss MYRTLE Moom: OFFICERS President ........ Vice President .... Secretary-Treasurer Debating Representative 0 MEMBERS E. V. Fox C. E. Field J. H. McDonald W. D. Mahannah J. W. Mellor J. K. Merrin C. Malphurs O Malphurs M. Mickler A T. Moore R P. Perkins F. L. Prescott J. E. Pearce W. G. Parmenter E. E. Peeples R. P. Redman D. A. Rambo H. C. Stanslield M E. Sanders H M. Salleyi M D. Schultz R. C. Trimble V. F. Johnson IQ 22s. I. I.. J. E. E. O. D. L. C. IJ. J. V. W. F. W J. H. S. P. W. N. F. Second Semester A. N. SOLLEE J. YARNO1-'F A. GILLIS D. Williams A. Wesson A. Winfield B. Wuthrich B. Windisch K. Weatherwax Webb A. Hogarth R. Houser Hubbard W. Henderson Hull P. Hickman Kilgore H. Keen Kennedy B. Knight F. Klein E. Leland P. Ladd C. Longee Langworthy PAGE 205 A v. 'Si -M .,.,,h AA 'ALF' 1 V, ,NK I f , ,Y M" ' "I I 1 MN fl h ,gif Q, ff 'f1fTf,f,wmf ,.,., ' .x - , JUHN g0ebc1l1Qg,Soc5'1ly ' .W q 'd:?Ab'nA'4 ,, ' sx, Q , m ,' 1 v if Yrrsulzul Duecpvrslrlelxf , A dk , 0 i V ,q. . V- iw V , Q 4 73,6 f 9 . all Q L s ' xX"'g,0:-zu . A-.-refagz ' 4,502 ,1 X X d' -an '!l!'Z'Il.'lunJLu Qilqfim garJ411'3lAla9 , ' if W Q X G lil 206 O 'ffm-P 1 Q ' 3 'X 45 , ' qlllfwlha ffl . 340174, LI' n ml 'nalicnniy X 1 19 ., I, ,'-F I l Q 1 -I L. ,M , it-vii Q ,X ffl K F fx? ip New K MM ' 'fsgx' yu qsmi- 'Xi-, v ,M my W ,, ,W W - f , 1, - " 4.x K' 1 .,- Cx Wlfhz 1 s ....,. ,,..., .. - 5 ,Aw . , L1 J' 11? 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Ylwww-in Ax 1 .250 A 'gi X ' 3-.K , ai? ,V 4 0 va' , w , QQ P K army, xx xg ' f l g .: z - ' Q, GHZ ' I X , r Cfflrihllns-'n -Q'X,nrunlrl4n U l , f .x ' f'A.'fJunfuvlu- ' W A A Qvkff' - - ' P ma if PAGE 208 I 'fly w . '76 Fiagif. , I ' Q .fm J, ,-ffl-tit.,-J , 7. .18 L . 01111110 If ...J ,.,f . LL..,..:,.,. ,,kL,f . . A MEMBERS First Semester KEEN .................. Scnuccs ........ HALL ......... JOHN MARSHALL DEBATING SOCIETY OFFICERS Second Semester President C. CROFTON Vice President ...... ....... J . F. HALL Secretary-Treasurer S. CLARK - S. J. CA'rTs, JR. Reporter M. JONES CATTS, J R. ....... H CARLETON ....... L JENNINGS, JR .... J. M. Alderman C. A. Anderson F. P. Ahbot W. J. Bivens G. J. Baya O. R. Bie J. A. Blake E. W. Boring P. K. Bolls B. N. Bowyer J. R. Boyd, Jr. C. Y. Byrd Joe Barchan E. M. Barnes J. M. Barrs A. E. Beasley P. H. Brinson W. E. Brobson J. C. Byrd T. H. Carlton A . Caro . R A. E. Carpenter J. H. Carter, Jr. S. J. Cans, Jr. J. S. Clark L. C. Crofton A. -W. Chadwick, Jr. H. O. Crippen, Jr. C. E. Carhonell L. C. Case H. K. Christy J. P. Clark A. R. Clonts 0. S. Clyatt, Jr. 0. M. Cobb A. H. Crandall H. L. Creary F. E. Conner C. E. Duncan W. T. Davis C. W. Drake F . H. Duncan A. W . Dutton W. D. Etheridge R. L. Earnest, Jr. C. L. Edminster E. P. Ellis P. Emmert Critic .......... ........Sergeant at Arms W. F. Evans E. E. Fleming E. D. Farr W. S. Fielding J. R. Farrior T. S. Ferguson S. F. Flood, Jr. R. F. Ford W. L. Gleason G. W. Gray C. S. Green E. B. Green S. G. Gaskin G..l. Gleason R. W. Granat H. L. Gray, Jr. W. J. BIVENS G. J. BAYA J. M. McAlpin E. P. McCorkle R. E. McDonald G. W. Milam H. E. Moore F . C. Morgan W. D. Morgan C. L. Nettles W. B. Owens M. A. Parker H. P. Philpol M. H. Rosenhouse R. R. Rhudy W. F. Rentfrow J. D. Robertson. Jr. W. L. Rose 0. T. Green S. L. Scruggs R. Gomez G. W. Spencer, Jr. H. W. Holland F. F. Storms, Jr. J. F. Hall T. Sale L. C. Hooks F. L. Sasse R. S. Hare B. B. Semilof J. S. Harmon J. G. Sharon, Jr. F. M. Harris W. W. Snow R. G. Harrington H. Siegal R. D. Hartridge C. W. Skelly G. Hays W. R. Smith W. M. Hendry S. S. Stahl J. J. Henrick M. Stein G. R. Hitchcock- M. L. Stephens 0. D. Holland G. Stephens J. P. Haynes R. M. Swanson .l. C. Ives W. E. Sweat A B. L. Jennings, Jr. R. P. Terry L. W. Jennings W. E. Thompson C. W. Johnson B. Thornton 1 J. M. Jones J. H. Taylor J. V. Keen W. G. Ward E. M. Knight J. S. White T. W. Kennedy J. R. Wells, Jr. R. C. Lohmeyer F. G. White R. G. Little H. A. Williams, Jr. E. C. Lewis F. H. .Williamson H. F. Lilienthal W. L. Wolfenden I. H. McKillop J. E. Walsh C. B. McMullen E. D. Warren R. A. Marsicano L. W. Williams, Jr. D. R. Moss R. F. Young J. C. McAllister Q l Q 2 fl 0 - -. U PAGE 209 U S' ' , V ' , "-' I c ,Q -5:5-,,,.f,-,I 1- f '-vL.,-1 16 Q crm 2710 cr ,..,7 -,fmv-fwLlfZf"'-1+-"?5M4f-'J-1'f-kLJwm'Q'QiQhifLH:24iiL1i43z4 ,., I' ff' I, 1,u.,.T,,.,,,,,n..., ,.,,,..,,, ,.,,,,,.,,,m. .M I I KI f I I I ' II X- is." 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TV .. 4 5 . X NY ' 1' ,If llklr Q X. KW , Y , K 1, V- ifg,,g,5Z:L. 1 Q ,, q , IP k ,ff fffzfm f .N -1-fi-f - -""- ' . I+ AU --A---f ,W A ,A V H . k ki I 09 1 G fn! 5 Q. ,fs ' U: t. , W' 05 'fr 1 I x 'I ' Q: H. nu in A . . ,N 5 o ' f4-' -..v. , 4 .,4, Q, ' Q4 Y Q ,.yJ"""" - 3, 1, A... , I, U l .3-,'g.'.--M. -- --..:gg-- I Ik ---- -V - v---W.-i.,,.. .lu - U I in G- PAGE 211 f.-.f,. ,sy ' W - V , Q pl, . ,--- ,if-3. mfg' K -7 ! I K. ...M ,I is Ti -. . JC are 01717110 L ...J7 T? - - .1 ,A ill- - V-Ryi?-lagf 4.12-S-.rvfq:T.1,S',':::1:-...-........:A- v.Y- .- ..,:V it Jwfw- - . ref X ,-.' r., - FARR LITERARY SOCIETY First Semester W. R. KING ..................... E. E. JONES ......,...... GLOVER MILLER ......... K. K. HANSEN .......... C. T. Atkisson G. H. Bee L. C. Bogue F. B. Bowen Reeves Bowen V. M. Bradshaw H. L. Crawford, C. T. Davies C. W. Fussel J. B. Hazard Ford Heacock R. L. Hodges E. E. Jones C. D. Keen H. V. Knight PAGE 212 Sponsor, Miss ALVA M. TUPPER OFFICERS President Vice President Secretary Reporter MEMBERs D. Linebaugh Fred Mansour J. H. Markham E. E. Mason R. M. Mason Otis Mathis Jr. H. C. Mathews J. F. Merrin W. S. Middleton J. M. Pearce G. P. Petteway H. E. Richey H. O. Sebring, Jr. S. A. Scuderi F. M. Schumacher W. R. Smith Second Semester BALL R. KING ........RICHARD SIAS K. K. HANSEN lf. S. Smith G. B. Stanley L. O. Stephens J. C. Taylor W. J. Taylor Joe Torretta R. F. Vaughan W. C. Warren Hubert Weeks W. J. Wells Carl Wilensky R. H. Williams J. H. Wise F. E. Wolfe M. H. Wyatt 919226 D Q .6 ..,,.,L,0 97 I ql, L, ,I ,,-,I M V 4 In 'ew I -11 5' I. '1m1-ll-fE2..vAs1Is.vA--MI.I.5Jf.?iflg'se,T3. ,T -Lis vm-,.:.,s iff? UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA DEBATING TEAMS TRIANGULAR DEBATES Question: Resolved that the American Coastwise Shipping should be exempt from payment of the Panama Canal tolls. UNIVERSITY OI' FLORIDA vs. UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH CAROLINA Affirmative J. B. Walker J. R. Wells, Jr. UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE vs. UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA Negative E. E. Fleming .I. F. Hall LOUISIANA STATE UNIVERSITY vs. UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA Question: Resolved that the nations recently associated in the war against the' central powers should eject a mutual cancellation of their indebtedness, in so far as it was incurred in the prosecution of the war. Negative H. C. Johnson M. Stein R. Dickson Q 0 Q G Q 2 2 L - . PAGE 213 lv Q ,,,.f1u ' ..,,1 . . ,, qw fx-4. M 4, . ., . y .L ,, -x'f4..a-.slvwf .. . PAGE 214 U 'fQ'ff'f.'iu-1" 0 1 . rl"f'1,2'1,-0 9 r jh'lfy.N'x5 QI 016,15 mi' ec 9 '7 f" ?' iffy, f w Lx -. . 1 -I' , 4: fir 'if' 'L xg .W o P ff N-4 1 ' f 'lf X' 7 1' 4 a 3 F V 5,1 1. f-:W , 'f H' ,157 I fm Q 7fVff,i!fgU,m -..... --,RA ..--4,- ..,l,. xl uc, U J-?J::11W7 W vw l, .usl.1u' 1 Y E,5'QN'Q X 443 H"l.I1o"k Ffhjleifflm Q . G .' 'jfllblliy' V 34-0 JM ,I-H.,,h3,.xx -Q- l,.j1ffg,-Su P I , unx ' f ckll 'X - fa 5 U 2, .2 A TW-'4.f . Y, iff l "c4j1l1'I'? 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WALKER... ..... ......... R epresentative Debating Council ...1,fJ I 2 I2 G+- ---M-W Cf' f- . -. .,..., , , ,, -1x :: ,:- W PACE' 215 I 63 K' ff 'I I W ' L I Wfiiieifs'3iyi,,..:I wb U, I6 Q. 01111110 cf ,.,l 3 4k'. -..lIi5f1Il.IFi-'IW 'Z ' u'L' .1"r . i "I.'f',Vzl..2 g,""e,.,.l?,3 5-3.23-Zs:::..x:..:1::,::,-T..-... FN as A ..-. . A CK J UD I .I A I 510 I 'CWC TEAMS A fa ,a. .- UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA STOCK JUDGING TEAMS REPRESENTATIVES AT THE SOUTIIEASTERN FAIR W. H. McBride J. S. Sherman Prof. Willoughby C. L. Walker REPRESENTATIVES AT THE FLORIDA STATE FAIR R. A. Carlton H. Johnson C. E. Sanford A. J. Geiger S. M. Strom W. R. Tillman L. L. Richardson C. E. Abbott C. J. Brown A. L. Sparkman J. Chesnut C. C. Collins REPRESENTATIVES AT THE SOUTH FLORIDA FAIR C. R. Hiatt A. L. Sparkman W. M. Tillman The Inost important event of the year in stock judging was the contest held at the South- eastern Fair in Atlanta, Georgia, between the agricultural colleges of the Southeastern States. Florida stood second in this contest, and was awarded several trophies and medals for their excel- lent decisions. At the Florida State Fair held in Jacksonville the judging team were awarded every prize, and the highest honors in the meet. A Several members of the class carried off the majority of the prizes at the South Florida Fair held at Tampa, distinguishing themselves because of their decisions. A trip to the International Livestock Exposition at Chicago is anticipated in the near future, to compete with all agricultural colleges attending. Without doubt, the team will reflect peculiar honor and recognition on the University in this competition. .... 1.2.91 Q 2 2 ..,.-..,...x:-.sry-T, - ,I 6 ,mm .4,,,., ,.-.,..,.Y..- U PAGE 216 X , aw . 'V JY' aiu' 'ri M Wm J A Q 2 K X, N . ! ' "3 . Q K. , x fMf,'1,7n f' x' -- Ns. K X ,ik 5 ! PAGE 217 , IU ,V F X-fl.. X 4,"A,1g'-:I ff, C Aw H vi' --11,-' .V, , Wil! LSUIIHII ' ...Q 5 - ' ,,.... A . V v... r ' 1 .. "Ai, A-Jw- .4-45 1+ ,,, , ... v 'TU PAGE '218 'Pr' f wi , rm.-...f. ,:.,v.4Mf -1 .W- r ,- .91 Q '2 0 KD L, ,JTC Je ggzwgzlgo 6 7 , ,f -gf. A, A ' "A :L A . , f 4 X. , S , , A - v f 1 A '1 A, .,,-.'H-f-iixlllleif ' ,Q A Q - -. . .- . ll!-iii ,Y,. .. . L, V: ' PAN-HELLENIC PAN-HELLENIC COUNCIL SAMUEL 0. LINDELIE .......... - ..,................. President' T. HoY'r CARLETONi .......... ........... S ecretary-Treasurer ALPHA TAU OMEGA Paul G. Franklin Francis W. Parker KAPPA ALPHA J. H. Carter W. H. Robinson Pl KAPPA ALPHA J. Velma Keen I G. Wayne Gray SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON S O. Lindelie J. H. Klock THETA C1-11 T Hoyt Carleton Shelby C. Haskins SIGMA N U C W. Milam T. D. Henley Cf 0 l Q. 2 2 G L D PAGE 219 55 si w gi w il W 1 H 1 E ., 'r l W 1 1 N 4, M :n 11 fi W J 1. ll l I 4 W f in 4 fi gl l r Y I 1 1 ni ls il ! L ,. J PAGE ,X V 1':'r4n 'u :Wu jffg -- .L.ml:'f.-.""L". r -3 ,vwor DFG Nan! 'L Qpg: f Y, ' ,ff of Q , , .aff Q f'W"lU1f -,,.,.. ., . x,.,. ,....-....:-N ,W . , . , , W w , -.-pf. ,Q f,.,,.,-.,.,.-,pug Y, . . . N-f1:1I' 15 ,, V ATS? 1 2 .Fm Irdnf J W'J,L 1 6.kAun,lg on-.4 ,p is -A X 1 . .La 4 Cd-In ' Jlvnafild-vf -Q ,ie tk in I f --- ..7 4 3 , . fb ,rw f R ' ' ly I A :ti W' ': I fly' 'Q ww b 'K X 1"11.1u.W.. Ax. 9, M F ,A xl N X ' ff' ' H my 'I X Hvu.-f..c.415f,f" A fs.. I Q x Jn Wink -Am. Lau, ' t7 f ,ff A 1 ' 'Unhn X M 2 Q.. -W- l S Hvnql.d,,UJJ' Q L 4' ggdflg1i10 6 47 QL ...H milllimliirn N4-1.-r.:1aie-1"":-,fg,k. Ar ALPHA TAU OMEGA F RATERNITY Founded September 11, 1865, Virginia Military Institute ALPHA OMEGA CHAPTER Organized in 1904- FLOWER COLORS White T68 R056 Sky Blue and Old Gold PUBLICATION Alpha Tau Omega Palm FRATRES IN FACULTATE Dean H. R. Trusler Prof. Jim Chesnut FRATRES IN URBE Glenn Stringfellow Sam Buie Chas. Bennett FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE O. R. Bie W. M. Bostwick C. Y. Byrd R. C. Chillingworth G. F. Ferris P. G. Franklin W. L. Gleason H. L. Gray J. F. Hall Pete Harris F. R. Hunter R. G. Johnson A. P. Black R. D. Bowers J. A. Phifer Clover Taylor M. W. Martin R. H. McDavid F. W. Parker F. C. Paul L. C. Richbourg J. H. Taylor Rollie Tillman W. M. Tillman W. C. Ward T. F. West J. S. White I. D. Williams PLEDGES C. I. Gleason J. F. Skinner J. F. Lorraine C. E. Webb W. D. Morgan W. H. Cotter William Steckert E. B. Woodberrv T Murray Overstreet ' Cf 0 Q 2 2 G D PAGE 221 A F? ' 57 ' ' 'J- Jl- . 1- iffl- A .'4 , S N f'W,-'ffl ,jfifiyf-.Q , ,IC Q 61111110 1 D . i n ' f 5 F A it E? A, v, I ii , in ,iff s 5 B , 4 , ,fy . , y.. 11'--"-:u:.44-.Y',L..:.... Y..-. ,.Nf--4.41':4:::4:1.-.....- 'H Mg. l Il 12 'L-- -- ----' - -rrfv yr- - ,--- -----U-Y.-wi U' 49 f H f W-AQAW"A-AM 1, PAGE- 222 .. if ' fl Wi-Qi My . il, .15 wfzwv 6 f-Q7 FR nil J: ' ""' V I QW-W f .M e.f'.:f--.-',,.Qf ...wapsfs J s -. It I KAPPA ALPHA F RATERNITY FRATRI-:s IN FACULTATE Dr. A. A. Murphree Prof. W. S. Perry F, R, Weedon Fmvmss IN Unar: G. R. Bailey S. P. Ham A. C. Brown' C. A. Pound F. W. Buchholz J. S. Shands E. F. Cannon W. A. Shands W. E. Cannon L. S. Graham R. E. Hardee -I H. R. Stringfellow E. A. Taylor B F. Williamson F amass IN UN1vr:nsl'rA'rE E. S. Blake . I J. T. Bize K. M. Brittain F. D. Campbell J. H. Carter, Jr. T. L. Clark H. L. Creary F. H. Elmore J. R. Farrior W. S. Fielding Henry Fuller Landon Fuller E. B. Green W. W. Gunn , J. M. Jones R. G. Little G. B. Massey, Jr. H. S. Massey J. F. Merrin J. K.'Merrin .l. A. H. Murphree W. L. Myers G. U. Myers R. B. Pierce W. M. Robinson R. R. Rhudy J. M. B. Simpson C. S. Thomas Moses Guyton R. G. Wallace F. 'N. Hadlow T. H. Wallis R. B. Woodward PLEDGI-:s W. R. Hall E. S. Hensley R. H. Harris Phillip Thomas W D. Henderson A. C. McKay ' I. W. Phillips X in Q 1 Q 2 2 G """ U D PAGE 223 A ., 52555 'ffgfby gp , - W . 9 .UQ W ,435 in wx s W I N W l 1 ,A , wQqgfE?f ,,4.. ' ,' Qc, Q'm'5fli1l', i lf? Kfffflfflff If .. ..,.,.M.,.. . . 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A 4 i 4 , H 3 W 'K v . . 4 gf' . .Irv 'L Z ' 'fe' k 4-K.,T-.,::'937l' ,-' ' " 4 ,, mg PAGE 224 f V f' - v..w.,,..1vv1--L-1n.1-nivurrz ' L- , ..,,,, . ,,, , . , .. , ,. 9 I O .2 2 ,,,,,,,,.,, AW f! k . LJ N Jlx t ifp. - J I L' de Q 111111110 IV L7 " - 5 ,V V I, I ' , ... .a . WI Rb PI KAPPA ALPHA FRATERNITY Founded at University of Virginia, March 1, 1868 ALPHA ETA CHAPTER Chartered November 7, 1904, FLOWER COLORS Lily of the Val1c5' Garnet and Gold FIIATRES IN FACULTATE Dr. C. L. Crow FRATRES IN URBI-: John Dyal Richard Boring John Powell John Chesnut Lonnie Haymans FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Claude Anderson Maurice Bunnell A. Eugene Carpenter Robert L. Earnest, Jr. Hurley W. Holland John Leslie Jackson Frank Morgan Howard E. McClain Garland W. Spencer Robert M.-Swanson James Etheredge Albert K. Jones 1 Charles Lester Edminster Harry M. Snow, Jr. Louis B. Bouchelle W. Wallace Snow PLEDGES O. H. Lobean John Chesnut Charles Edwin Duncan Robert E. Duckworth George Wayne Gray J. Velma Keen Chester B. McMullen Stewart Lines Pomeroy David A. Rambo W. Clark Shepard John E. Walsh Charlton D. Keen Charles H. Earnest T. Allen Jones Eugene T. Foy Frank D. Hardaway Falcon L. Johnson Leslie Stevens J QJQ '7 20 I Q- . - 1.1 PAGE 225 X ,- P 1.--' n 'j , 'J A X 4 l!',.f5,: S. v, , .. W v...1..q- ..H , , A .I y - Y-v w a 'N z .-, . .-:av 'H' 'ff i "V 1 Y. W . Q - 'f ' -M' f lf' Q will H10 1' ,I 11' xj , 1. ' 'V l f- 1 ' 1 , f MQ., M.. ,Lung .1 M . I lb". .!-' - K- ,W --,. ' ' ,....'-v., . . .Ax -., ..- V ,xx I -. , W V ' . A I . X X K ' f x . . . , . . . lf! Q , f 4. 1 v g' . - .0 '4 ' N r ' 'f' M. I V2 N A . ' f'1.s: -, K .. ' ' .Ax M , , , K , . x , 1 X' J , f ' " 1 1 . . , rPf 1' 41" . - Q- , .Wy - X '1' 1 'f "1 0 Q? ' 4 V 'H 1 ' L1 ,.-s X'fw NW' c-,C -7.959 e"r-Kr-'Ixf 'V 3"Vu ravi' L'N9Efx'V '94 vm.y'f3" F 1 ' V ' X I ...lv . v N yt k 'ss df -v o,. ' -1 1' , 42- o ' 0 , , X 'f-sow' ' 'hy new Dfw r,vrF'Y' V MVC f2p..s5"' 'ug GX" Q. 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" SIGMA ALPHA EPSILSON FRATERNITY Founclecl at the University of Alabama in 1856 FLORIDA UPSILON CHAPTER Established in 1915 COLORS FLOWER Royal Purple and Old Gold Violet PUBLICATION F Sigma Alpha Epsilon Record FRATRES IN F ACULTATE Dr. J. M. Farr Prof. C. W. Crandall Prof. C. H. Willoughby FRATRES IN URBE W. W. Hampton, Jr. E. B. Hampton Wilbur Lassiter Luther Jones FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE J. M. Alderman S. O. Lindelie J. B. Avera .l. H. Markham A. E. Beasley W. H. McBride, Jr P. K. Bolles M. S. Pender E. N. Bowyer , R. S. Pierce, Jr. P. H. Brinson J. S. Roach M. N. Carn T. D. Sale D. E. Conant A N. Sollee W. T. Davis R. L. Stanly A. E. Fraleigh G. B. Stanly O. T. Green H O. Sebring, Jr. B. D. Hartridge J. S. Taylor, Jr. F. W. Hendry R. J. Ulmer W. F. Houser L. A. Wesson F. W. Heacock E. B. Willson, Jr. W. E. Jones D G. Walden J. H. Klock C. E. Patterson PLEDGES C. H. Richmond J. F. Hall - l Q 2 2 o - Cf Q I to PAGE '227 PAGE in , 4 4, Y . 'P .,., ' ,r.. "w W :.-fy 4 1' 5, x 1 tg My :gin A .xvf 4 7 .ww 1- L2 3, ' ' , -1' 92 R 11 w-- . 11, 1 171111110 If A., ,jr ,,,l1f.,,1,.J 'fi " If -4 V 1-, A,M,Aw., L . . . , M. U ,,,. . . Vg, ' 9' f Q X ' 'V ,. Q- X ' X - W.: , , XX X , 1 XX xx 1' , 1 - x , I-Ccl"""" THE-n..1nn ' I K V ' , 5 CDUM - NEW nTU'uw 1 9 - Jlwmmni' , . A' Q, Us A 'F +5 . .N ' ,t Q x i ai , 4 4 V 4, N -r ' F7 . 1 mm : , ' , ' . Ahnnum -Qi. A, Mig GAEAUMHN T13-iffy: .' wfrw-fm ' ff, cgvm, , 4 IB' U, lHr'u.Wf- - Y . G,B5mmonx,"' - I Q' "' :ai A: I. Q 5 '3- f gil 2? 1 A Llc Wnnx JWMcu.oA HGwfLuv4s ' A A R ucnrw Q 41590 ,. , ,. X ' wi - x . va Q. E X V ' L! ' C Lf5mv1m HW, p4,,,.,, y ' , ,lah G WSKUH t -,5 Cwuv:n,v' Lwj X ' -- A I X. I' . . Ili? 'g 195 Q Z F ' RWCwm WASxmYFp K -KRSMN If A ,fl-45.f' 5' s ' iff? , V I 1 . Y ,, ,N A K ' ' ' , Q-1 ' X. in K ' .L '-F' , XA NVE ' ' . , fi-2 -. I 1 Q ,,,:x, , A q A was X I . lmpmrl Aged, 54f1,Luzuy 4,3 m,0:aw 'f- 1 Q ' ' fJ',u-fkefg.. 'LTL , ,,Q,,3,,'-" -' X '-X I ku 2 I2 U 1 N 228 FT A ,Q 5 , F J. 18 67 X17 0 C ..j7 MMM ffki'xl1fEi9. s.'f--Si,-- 4 75 .L nw-my -fa THETA CHI FRATERNITY Founded at Norwich University in 1856 FLOWER COLORS Carnation Red and White L. C. Crofton W. E. Thompson I. H. McKillop C. E. Perry G. B. Simmons A. L. Work R. H. Hughes R. T. Burr S. G. Gaskin J. L. Williams C. E. Sanford R. T. Collins A. R. Clonts W. M. Hendry H. Lilienthal J. R. McClure OFFICIAL PUBLICATION The Rattle F RATER IN FACULTATE J. R. Benton, M.S.,-PH.D. FRATR1-:s IN UNIVERSTATE Class of 1922 R. C. Lohmeyer Class of 1923 G. A. Calhoun Class of 1924 Class of 1925 W. A. Skinner H. Stevens T. H. Carlton J. S. Sherman W. J. Bivens H. Howard J. S. Clark S. J. Catts, Jr. J. W. Mellor J. H. Hansbrough H. G. Williams G. W. Selby W.,S. Middleton R. W. Clark A. C. Weaver E. H. Williams W. A. Bartlett PLEDGES J. H. Kennedy S. Stahl J. A. Osborn fBid withdrawnl Q -0 1 Q 2 2 G D ' PAGE '229 .,..1:.1..1H..nuw'f J L - PAGE 230 ,479 W - .. Jrwlflhg-Akl! Viv' 2 K 1-W S 1 1 -' HNF - 10 y 1 1111110,1f ., y WP " A .4 N ff 'E , 5, U Y 3 5, 5 . ' f' A ,Lv v, ,. K if ' 2 C ' ,VL ' .' Q ,N Z Q- ,I 2 E cw I kj '07 '7 0 1 ' .... .. - f5mF.x jx. , ',-Y 4 "3TLsN,X 6 Q L affix . Jil Nl 26 O 61721710 6 Lv? SIGMA NU FRATERNITY Founded at Virginia Military Institute, 1869 EPSILON ZETA CHAPTER COLORS FLOWER Black, White and Gold White Rose PUBLICATION The Delta FRATRES IN Umar: R. W. Blacklock Jeff Chalfin C. A. Reese Frank Hartsfield R. G. Herrington - F RATRES IN UNIVERSITATE C. W. Milam G. W. Hartman Arthur Crago L. H. Ball R. P. Redman E. R. Boswell T. P. Green A. T. Hollinrake J. O. Cox T. D. Henley R. C. Dickson H. C. Brown J. S. Moore J. B. Hazard M. E. Horne E. H. Lester J. A. Allen R. A. McBrayer Hubert Weeks W. C. Warren H. E. Moore W. V. Hull, Jr. R. B. Hoskins M. D. Shultz R. A. Simmons R. D. Newton R. G. Miller J. P. Clark H. C. Moul F. W. Williamson PLEDGRS A, L, Spear F. G. White W. F. Graves o Q 2 2 O - A PAGE' 231 . A'lHw W I .y V X 13 P 1,411 M.. . wr 'A ' - .W z , , V, .,. 1 1 ' P W ui!! K7 , 7 , f ll? Q LllH l10 cf ,.., 5 " 'A JD .---f' ' Q5 , 1- L .::,:g,,..':. I x wg! 3 1 5 X 4 1 V' i 51 ' . WZ f i ' R , 3 V' ' i 04:-lr . 9 , ' x ,C AE I 4 M ,- fl 'J , -im 1' V-f.,,. I f . O 1 I ,- 7 . N I ' vy1g,'5W5 x V ,- S H - A. ' ff- M j f? l. ' . - -A -' -- Y- ' I, 4 - ,,,,,.ug'f A ,-15 .41 ' f jeg- Q 1 :fn K- :cfv ai -Wy1- k,fQ,"gQxV3"fwf . f it-ff-' wr . ,: 'Q' , ,fyl g,q,A'gM,,Qf' ffAf,mfQj ' :gsm -' 'f...5fEExlg4,w f2ig.f5,g' ee-' ol CD PAGE 232 QQQ. 6756 Swgzlgo 6 L' 'I ,t Q' " Y ,M 'I Y I ,-Q: ZETA BETA TAU FRATERNITY Founfled at the College of the City of New York, 1898 ALPHA ZETA CHAPTER Chartered 1921 Conons Pale Blue and White PUBLICATION The Zeta Beta Tau Quarterly FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Jacob Bohrer Milton E. Robbins Joseph W. Friedman Moses Rosenhouse Murray C. Cohen William J. Yarnoff PLEDGES ' Stephen E. Klein Max Glickstein Saul J. Lowenkopf W I 0 1 Q 2 2 G C ...Y . y no PAGE 233 Q I ,Q rr ' u 1. iw " l - I ' 1 'W M f 4. U 1 rw T15 f , 10 Q 01111110 U ,...j7 F ' xv! 'X ' uf k H" --0. 1. is l-T V .V . .Y. Y,YY YY,,, . .Yi:, - ,vti-:,l,:7,..-Y , , Hwy! 4 K I i N F rl Vs ' 1 1 'W 9" x f Q n 1- ,- l " ""' " "', f I t , , . x Q 4 'S f l 4 3.' 'fa 3 I 1 5 , N wt 4 V ' ' a E K. f . . Q 1 V , i Q I 4, 9 if' Q, A wg I 1 X 1 4 xy O ' .' C, I Q 'C "'-'MW' h X W.-wfi !1 , X 1 ' Ii -..- -L-.. ii Ai 1, .. 'L '1 ' PAGE 234 U I 2' 2 Q'g:1":iZiZ1' M' '-"' ""-"" B. W. ' -l'ig11.3if it M.. N S- 6061110 U .-My -f1Af:--..I:rfi"g- 2 K KAPPA SIGMA FRATERNITY Founded at University of Virginia, 1867 DELTA DELTA CHAPTER Established 1922 FLOWER COLORS Lily of the Valley Y White, Scarlet and Emerald Green FRATRES IN FACULTATE Dr. J. M. Leake Dr. T. M. Simpson Dr. A. l... Shealy Dr. .l. L. Roemer Dr. Wilmon Newell Fiwrass IN URBE W. G. Wells Ralph Stoutamire C. J. Harris FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Ames W. G. .leacle E. F. Busbee L. M. Butler W. .l. Cody A. R. Caro N. D. Cooper W. J. Dyer E. M. Dyer H. L. Edwards R. A. Dannison W. F. French .l. S. Falls H. H. Gifford A A. Hutson K. K. Hansen R. L. Harkness L. A. Hogarth H. S. Wilson O. D. Lennarfl Joe Barschan W. W. Rogers H. H. Roberts A. C. Simmons I. W. Scott R. P. Terry W. L. Tooke .l. A. Winfield A. H. White C. L. Walker D. E. Williams R. H. Williams R. S. Wray I. D. Batchelder M. U. Mounts W. M. Schubert 019 220 PAGE 235 v-uglf: 231, Nw 1 . .qjpavv Li,m1L5,?.,, -UA-L -1 A +53 Gy ,, W . - -, fl, V ' . x , ' iff' ,-3?f,fi,,+:L 7, 18 Q 171151110 1' 7 L ':,g.':T.i.5 '. f-,-1. ., ,:11,,,, ,. ,- 1 g- , I -v,L..A T J .Y U x . -' 1 q all Cx , 4 vp H, ...., N... t ,. V ,N . if I eg: A , . . . A Qffwl TTD Al I2 IZ T' ' ' Y "lf if 'lA - 'A'-41 L J CJ p .Wiz tif 58 L , 01111110 THE BETA PI FRATERNITY QLOCALJ Founded 1921 Petitioning Beta Theta Pi FRATRES IN FAcuLTA'1'i: Capt. John H. Atkinson, Alpha Sigma O. T. Stone, Mu Maj. J. A. Van Fleet Capt. F. H. Bain K. H. Graham, Beta Psi A. W. Sweet, Kappa Capt. L. W. Amis W. G. Kline FRATER IN URBE Dr. C. L. Priclgen, E ta Beta FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Class of 1922 Gilbert Curtis Daniel L. Leisber Charles E. Morga Class of 1923 fl David E. Booth Landis Thompson james H. Boyd Willis B. Bryson Laurence W. Davis Kenneth B. Hait James A. Hudson Class of 1924 Class of 1925 Robert H. Givens QIQQC7. Earl E. Jones William H. Keen Ruben M. Mason John H. Sharpley Robert C. 'Trimble Glflslz--Y - 4- 9- 1, L. II , -Qui.. PAGE 237 Q-.1 fl 'if ,m nf. 795- S w 1 , 11 1 1 f 11 S 1 Q-'f--fp 'MFE Y, fm- .- ,. 10 Q 011111111 1 1+ ' Aw- i.--v"'i,fS- N 1 .4 ' f 1 .....w., .1 - ., - fr1','.,-j'l:...i. .iz1,,ff, ', -, '1',:..,,-f .- .EN - ..'.-.:,:-.-.,'f, 4, lisa, 1 1 r 4 K s ' . ,. ffcf- 0 4. -'5 , A ,A..V',',.a.h ' fl, ' . x Q 1 fi!-1-v 1 'I Q 0- H ' N x '. M -. K Q , 6 lu' mill N 6 Qu 0 N 0 f , -.,..,,. ,MQ I Q 2 2 Tw .7 ' , . ' rl 6,316 67727710 6 ,..i7 A 'if?'Sl'.sJlLLf5.vi:f5?'swf'w--.' ' OMICRON GAMMA Founded 1921 SIGMA FLOWER Conons Fleur-de-Lis Orange and Green FRATRES IN FACULTATE L. W. Buchholz, A.M., Ph.D. J. A. Van Fleet, Major U. S. A. FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE Class of 1922 C. T. Link H. R. Edmunds, B.S.A. ' Class of 1923 H. J. Fernald J. C. Brown P. E. Leland L. D. Stewart Class of 1924 F. P. Abbott D. J. Tucker S. M. Strom N. D. St. Johns ' Class of 1925 R. H. Dettre 9 - F. Zuber R. W. Mahn A. H. Jennings 4- ' G. H. Savage B. Pipkin E. W. Millican, Jr. A. J. Geiger J. C. Smith E. C. Braddock H. M. Braddock J. W. McVickers H. L. Cavender F. H. Langworthy J. D. Robertson R. Wi - D. G. A. Chellberg 6 019220- -.. O PAGE ' 239 ' ., W. V l. II, W RIF! Q. de Q. 61711110 6 .L A "'l. 1 .-,- . .. . -L D PHI KAPPA PHI HONOR SOCIETY Established in 1897 at the University of Maine Chapters in twenty-seven leading Colleges and Universities in America University of Florida Chapter founded in 1912 OFFICERS, 1921-22 C. H. WILLOUGIIBY ......... ............................................. . . President TOWNES R. LEIGH .......... ...... V we President T. M. SIMPSON ............. ,. Secrezarq W. S. PERRY ........ .................................................... T reasurer RESIDENT MEMBERS, 1921-22 J. R. Benton W. B. Hathaway E. W. Berger S. P. Harn O. F. Burger . .l. M. Leake F. W. Buchholz T. R. Leigh W. S. Cawthon J. H. Moore H. G. Clayton A. A. Murphree B. R. Colson Wilmon Newell R. S. Cockrell .l. W. Norman C. L. Crow F. M. O'Byrne C. W. Crandall W. S. Perry James W. Day J. M. Scott J. M. Farr T. M. Simpson W. L. Floyd Maurice Stein .l. R. Fulk H. R. Trusler C. D. Gunn .l. E. Turlington E. B. Hampton Albert Vidal H. A. Hall .l. R. Watson G. C. Hamilton W. G. Wells C. H. Willoughby Q -. A sg. O Il Q 2 Q O-.guna---.E 0 PAGE 240 9 t ,l L7 me , T- 1 Je ,emma e A, LL. . "" gl' xww W H fi' Q e ' Q .,...mK1iBlhJ 'fe-'?5.wZ1llJcQ2em2s.vw.-..1 33 1. FACULTY MEMBERS ELECTED IN' 1921-22 A. P. BLACK, Assistant Professor of Chemistry M. D. CODY, Assistant Professor of Biology vP. L. REED, Professor of Civil Engineering A. L. SHEALY, Professor of Veterinary Science UNDERGEADUATES ELECTED IN 1921-22 L. H. Ball Arthur Crago A. R. Caro J. H. Carter, Jr. L. C. Crofton R. F. Chatham R. P. Redman. R. L. Hamon E. F. McLane Arts and Science Law Agriculture W. H. McBride Engineering Teachers W. S. Yates H. S. Massey G. W. Milam W. L. Gleason J. Velma Keen R. P. Terry C. T. Link A. N. Sollee J. R. Wells, Jr. D. E. Williams Motto: "T he Love of Learning Rules the W orldf' D1Q.2 20--L U D PAGE 241 PAGE 242 1 4 H514 w WW 5 ' A U' L0 Q Ifllflljll 1 E T C J fx Y ,,, L.. 'F Y ov my lkllll. 1 f Sf ' cr .-.. . f'T1:f--. I , f I .7 fo .., 3.o,...f.-.-iff' GW U10 6' f-va 'M-5. 4g THE INTERNATIONAL LEGAL FRATERNITY OF PHI DELTA PHI F nfmws IN FACULTATE Dean H. R. Trusler C. W. Crandall R. S. Cockrell J. H. Moore W., G. Kline FRATRES IN URBI: E. B. Hampton H. L. Thompson W. W. Hampton, Jr. FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE W. J- Bivens T. H. Carleton C. Y. Byrd E. E. Fleming J. H. Carter, Jr. W. L. Gleason L. C. Crofton ' J. F. Hall W. E. Thompson 0 1 Q 2 2 G 0 o PAGE 243 +52 .1 . nv W., N . W y , ., 'I ,I .,,.':'1i-'lvl N, ..mMw'u-.,,. .. 'UI 5 91 HWII-"" .1 W5 1. 4 I I-V1 ,K. -.N M , V. ' W :rf X. jf' m V' ....,'. , ,CS , T . . ,.,,,., QW! S I i , in n 1, 1111110 . f 4-Q, ' 'I-5-MXL, mvilm V , M, L, Q W-'Dy' 'YE'C'4..r M" -L.,Vsl,x W G 1 'law-ua 9 ,V 1 if 11 x 3 , . - Q A 51,51 6, , 4 CMM E 'i E . . gm L , ' XX J I A L! SW -6Zffr,,,,,,w' 13 y - 4 Q ,w i ,. 4 'W' ' any C5"fuf1,,,fJ-v , x '1 '-'EAM' 'SL-,pw x Wf,4,11u.v' " 7 LDS!-ff . ' pf" W -Y ---'f' Q I 2 2 Q: QU WD PAGE 24-4 Ami igfg Sam zigol' ,J .Sli-.Xt M ,Hi V 1, i s 6 :"+i1,-- sagem Ri m i PHI ALPHA KAPPA f Honorary Agricultural Societyl Founded at University of Florida, 1916 COLORS Gold and Black FRATRES IN FACULTATE Prof. C. H. Willoughby Prof. A. L. Shealy Dr. J. E. Turlington F rwrmss IN URBE R-. Stoutamire W. G. Wells F lwmzs IN UNIVERSITATE C. T. Link W. H. McBride L. C. Richbourg L. D. Stewart W. M. Tillman C. L. Walker H. S. Wilson C. E. Abbott B. W. Ames R. A. Carleton R. F. Chatham W. J. Dyer A. J. Geiger 019220- FLOWER Orange Blossom 0 o PAGE 24-5 4 13 If if A ii ns 12 :E il if fe 11 !E QE H if ix jr l lf 1 4 5, i r T I i if I 1 4 3 A U i L H H 51 xi H H 13 ji E ,J IE E! lx il xl Y 1 1 ! lv 'v M ,225 5 jx! gb? ' H I "wif , ,fin Q Ifilflljll 1 7 ,, m , .:i -.51 f , ,, 'T . V PAGE 246 Q.. ,..x. v 1 1 U I my 2 Z 4.1 Q5 ll? G75 5921510 ff f-fit.. . il' 'L .o J 1 V 1- ' 6 . L, U h ff g' 'H V f Q figs ASCABBAIRD AND BLADE Founded at the University of Wisconsin, 1904- COMPANY H, SECOND REGIMENT Established 1920 F xwrmss IN FACULTATE Dr. A. A. Murphree Capt. L. W. Amis Col. E. S. Walker Capt. J. H. Atkisson Major J. A. Van Fleet Capt. F. H. Bain ' Capt. I. E. Ryder FRATRES IN URBE ' W- W. Gllml W. G. Wells C. R. Thomas T, F, West FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATE E. R. Boswell I. W. Scott L. M. Butler J. S. Sherman J. O. Cox H. A. Stevens G. C. Curtis C. E. Morgan ' W. L. Gleason F. C. Paul G. W. Milam D. E. Williams R. P. Redman T. P. Winter 'QU PAGE 247 -1 , M . 11 lr xl 1 , ,.. ,L l, . ., 1 1 , .., -hm f .. , -1 5- " ff? Fila x in ' -U: :IL . PH .vi-. K Q I 0, ,H v, K QW 'nf X, 5,4 U1 .qw , L 1 ,.. 'c A ,gy 1--qv W C' x 41, ,wa-4 41 N A 5 I :Ir xl ' .J fly: pwfglffo ' c . '91r.v.uv , 1 h--.,,,-- . M..-no 1 0 PAGE 248 'fps' . fn v-'47 ffcrf' 0 uubr-4-'A '7 1 4.1 L --1: 4-.1 A 47, lg 52171 mo 6 ...YV rflxfqlllsmi l,1.J 1 gpg' Vx Y'AA ,fp I 1 e A if f ww GAMMA SIGMA EPSILON HONORARY 'CHEMICAL l Founded at Davidson College January 28, 1920 BETA ALPHA CHAPTER Chartered December 17, 1922 FLOWER COLORS Blue Hyacinth Blue and White OFFICIAL PURLICATION The Ray F Iwrm-:s IN FACULTATI-1 T. R. Leigh, Ph.D. A. P. Black, A.B. K. T. Steik, Ph.D. FRATRES IN UNIVERSITATIJ I". R. Weeclon K. D. Harris A. Crago R. M. Smith D. E. Williams H. Fuller C. E. Morgan H. C. Moul H. S, Massey H. Harlsbrougll O. M. Berg R. T. Burr K. W. Schwartz C. R- Hauser R. P. Perkins D- Hubbard 1 Q 2 2 0--1-. 2 .- 0 " 'io PAGE 249 . . , . .umm .I rx .5 K I I gs In W4 Y.-pw--if x K54 N 11 f- M '15 v - W , 15 A lf' Q M!! H10 1' W .mu , -'24, .. 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Walker Q1 0,19 2 20- ---Q. PAGE 251 41 fi l li 32 12 5 1 J 4. f 13 H W al ,. 1 A ,A li .1 V l E! I. M il 4 M lv 1. ,gl 5 I lL N 1 l I M V IG U 4 l ! I 41 .V .Jn Q .- , 7 . - -.35 S , . 1 W ,H-fsz, .-111114.11 a . 10 Q 1111111111 If ...., 3g:it5fLif+!l'1L fu.fg.g.ct2i'1.1-z gh "L:,,:fT4. .,4.-til. fl 17 x..':,. - f- 'OIYIICEOH .CI"IAF"TE'E 1 A'+.f?.'1i'bg.Fil1! '.El.'f Ql'.E.O'X' -, 95 u ' ' -r-11-:.J.1. ILL - -num Hint . l . may ,,.,., . Chapter Established in 1920 Om-'lcrzns JA5. H. MERRIN ..,..,. ,,,,.,,.,,,,,,,,,, ,,,A,,,,,,,,,,,,, P r egiglenl H- C- JOHNSON ........ ......., V ice President ROY B. Hosxnvs ........ ,.,,,...,. S egretary THOMAS SALE .....,.... ,..... .....................A ...,..... T r e asurer PAGE 252 Dean Hurry li. Trusler L. C. Crofton E. E. Flemming Roy B. Hoskins H. C. Johnson "The A. P. CIIAPTER Rom. D. I.. Leisher Dr. Joseph Roemer E. F. McLane Jas. F. Merrin Thomas Sale Maurice Stein E., lhough awkward he may be, Can heal the world al oratoryf' ,.::2.fz.:::l-.tal Q 2 'Z Q-,.f:1x.,1...::.,:,-?,Z7x:T,l L, EB, ' 1 R 'P ' D fit' this 'A L gggg 5 gilfffgugo 6 ...J Q .. ...minitittafy ' STRAY GREEKS IN FACULTATE Dr. J. N. Anderson, Chi Phi Capt. J. H. Atkinson, Beta Theta Pi W. S. Cawthon, Phi Delta Theta Judge R. S. Cockrell, Phi Delta Theta Prof. M. D. Cody, Phi Delta Theta Dr. H. S. Davis, Alpha Delta Phi K. H. Graham, Beta Theta Pi Prof. P. L. Reed, Sigma Chi IN UNIVERSITATE F. P. Bange, Phi Delta Theta, Penn State J. B. Gracy, Sigma Chi, University of Tennessee D. R. Moss, Phi Gamma Delta, University of Colorado E. A. Regester, Phi Delta Theta, Indiana University J. Barchan, Kappa Sigma, University of Georgia G. D. Coleman, Phi Delta Theta, Miami University F. H. Duncan, Phi Delta Theta, University of South Dakota A. E. Doty, Phi Delta Theta, University of South Dakota M. Hart, Beta Theta Pi, Georgia School of Technology L. V. Hokenstad, Phi Delta Theta, University of South Dakota H. V. Knight, Delta T au. Delta, Emory University D. C. Livingston, Delta U psilon, Penn State W. F. Rentfrow, Phi Kappa Psi, University of Wisconsin H. S. Riddle, Delta U psilon, Ohio State Q Q19 2 20- PAGE 253 PAGE 254 ,E L f 1 1 995 El O V J ff---X , - x . X f '-, 59 5:5 fi E7 o N I- . ' q' 'x ,p-4"-,",zI' ' 1 f l .ff Qi. 'V' K - wif-Fflglg .N FI y 4 -' If'L.j1f.,I-A 1,0 k .l.ll1ll10 . U i .'..,,,m..m--l.5.'LSf'1' ' ,, S ,' , U Q --,L -1 . A g..:'u, W ,..,-Q:-,X S , ,, ,, . Y 1353 SERPENT RIBBON SOCIETY Pi Kappa Alpha L. C. CASE A. E. CARPENTER J. C. DIAL R. E. DUCKWORTH C. H. EARNEST E. F. FOY H. W. HOLLAND LESLIE JACKSON T. A. JONES JOHN KING W. C. SHEPARD W. W. SNOW J. E. WALSH Sigma Alpha Epsilon J. M. ALDERMAN E. N. BOWYER lilii W. T. DAVIS B. D. HARTRIDGE .I. S. ROACI-I G. B. STANLEY R. L. STANLEY D. G. WALDRON Sigma Nu J. A. ALLEN W. V. HULL E. H. LESTER R. A. MCBRAYER H. E. MOORE R. P. REDMAN A. L. SPEAR Theta Chi T. H. CARLTON J. S. CLARK R. W. CLARK A. R. CLONTS W. M. HENDRY HOMER HOWARD S. G. GASKINS W. E. THOMPSON Stray Greeks H. F. DUNCAN OFFICERS McI-IENRY JONES, President J. F. HALL, Vice-President W. E. THOMPSON. Treasurer R. P. REDMAN, Secretary DANCE COMMITTEE W. E. THOMPSON, Chairman E. N. BOWYER R. P. REDMAN LANDON FULLER J. F. HALL W. RENTFROW J. E. WALSH ROLL OF MEMBERS Alpha Tau Omega 1 L7 If 1, Kappa Alpha T. BIZE T. L. CLARKE F. H. ELMORE HENRY FULLER E. B. GREEN W. R. HALL LANDON FULLER MOSES GUYTON R. H. HARRIS F. N. I-IADLOW McHENRY JONES R. G. LITTLE I. W. PHILLIPS R. B. PIERCE J. WILLIAM RENTFROW ROLAND MOSS 4. 4 R. R. RHUDY W. M. ROBINSON M. B. SIMPSON F. R. WEEDON R. B. WOODWARD 6 9 I K7 .2 Q:.::rL::Tii-,::::-: -i.-zzgfzaigxll I PAGE 257 893 EIOVd .N L , D - .X 1 DW" MD. ,5 .qnhx . I QL -L1 9, Ac 61151110 U ...9 ' . -"' ' A. -ff?i?gf31,Qjl,,41'gXg,y', mm"'W,-- ' 'I"?f2"f..ll?-4E.Q"'f5,Q,,4",?N .5-gimf.Tf,1-fxll-,Lf.mfT-.-:Tv THETA RIBBON SOCIETY ROLL CALL P.K.A. JOHN CARTER. K.A. G. W. SPENCER. P.K.A. SAMUEL LINDELIE. S.A.E. J. V. KEEN. P.K.A. FRANCIS PARKER, A.T.O. DAVIS HENLEY, S.N. HART McKILLOP. O.X. W. S. FIELDING, K.A. M. S. CARN. S.A.E. C. Y. BYRD, A.T.O. E. S. BLAKE. K.A. ' TRUMAN GREEN. S.N. MAURICE BUNNELL. P.K.A. ROBERT COLLINS, O.X. E. A. REGESTER, O.D.O. D. E. CONANT. S.A.E. FLOYD FERRIS, A.T.O. W. W. GREEN. K.A. H. C. BROWN, S.N. .IOI-IN CHESNUT. P.K.A. GEORGE CALHOUN, O.X. HOWARD RIDDLE. D.U. O. T. GREEN, S.A.E. PETE HARRIS. A.T.O. R. B. HOSKINS. S.N. GEORGE HENDERSON. K.A. C. E. DUNCAN, P.K.A. J. N. HANSBOROUGH, O.X. WILLIAM RENTFROW. O.U. Cf 019220 Q PAGE 259 J 'IJ W . 5 l 1 Q -'2L1.WAfi1g 153.5 ,,'u 1' 10 Q 11211111111 ' 17 ww 1 wflm2aii5:P4W1ig'1ff .A,A .1 V-Ai' "'. fifii .. "1p.-WLT,-.5 -. f . 1 X W E M Tsfglf il a i. 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Willson, Jr. Franklin West Hugh Stevens Winthrop Robinson Ralph Simmons Robert Collins Pete Harris Harry Williams Floyd Ferris George Baya Eugene Jones Frank Hadlow Leonard Wesson Thomas Wallis Elvyn Regester Steadman Stahl Ferdinand Duncan William Rentfrow G. W. Gray E. S. Blake MEMBERS 0192 20 McHenry Jones Donald Conant Lawrence Case Herbert Massey George Calhoun John Chesnut Robert Harris Charles Sanford Richard Johnson Turner Davis Frank Morgan A. E. Fraeleigh Robert Swanson Joseph Dalton E. N. Bowyer Alban Strum R. S. Pierce, Jr. Willard Myers Jack Holland . Kingsley McCallum Carl Duncan George Henderson Junior Carruth Howard Riddle Henry Fuller PIN Pirate's Head PAGE 261 In .. .Ann-. .. ., . ,A 5:3 -Wm Cf", ..-- ':' .' ,I 'f,If..If' II ' ' 'Iv 'Hun' I fu I , nb, I f NK J .1 I 7 IIIIF' 45' I 5,7 II ' Q .s"- , 1 , ' -1 , I. f, , I X- 141 , F., R' V, Lw ' L wlfllflljfl If ...QI -. N . .. , Il I' II I! 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D. Stewart H M. Smith E. E. Peeples D R. Moore D. J. Tucker R. Cooper J. C. Mathews A B. DeWolf K. W. Swartz H E. Knight C. R. Hiatt C. L. Dodson C. B. Simmons B. C. McWhorlen T. Sale H S. Wilson W. Musselwhile L. H. Ramsey H. H. Williams .l'. C. Byrd C. C. Collins S. W. Mclnnis A. R. Coe F Rogers A. B. Coe V W. Driggers H. M. Braddock A E. Meeks E. C. Braddock R O. Alderman E. E. Bentley A M. Towles E. P. Ellis C E. Abbott P. M. Caro T O. Mathis G. R. Petteway S, Simmgns L. RiClllJOUI'g H B. Lee .L B. Boyd E. E. Cook , '7 1,-,L...,w.,,, ,..,, ,,,,,,,,,- H Q Q I Q L 2 u,.L.L4--,,.-,.-. C , W .Q PAGE. 269 My We bw,,,,,Uf A ,, .,,,l1'1fF,D'4..,, Ax v-M M .A l ,ir ,, 3 P , , ,gfvfffv-HfJl5Wji"f', f 1,-g1':lTng.l lm-Eg.ai'Z4l.mA 41512,.i'fi'rQ3QlL.LZ-i3i'-- , M., H "" "H" '-"' "" H-'--Y' ------ -'M-V--'---M '--' xA,--My--' vq.. :. Y'-,-----'2:::::':L:,1L, P 1 'SNWP -arp ug H ' WI, ff' n x Wivggwf 1 f - ...QQ 2 . A Q25 gpg 5 I , , J ,. 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Merrin R. A. Marsicano A. Regero C. Regero M. Stein B. N. Raa W. L. Tooke J. A. Winfield W. J. Yarnoff 0 I Q 2 2 G 0 no 'PAGE 271 dl! M M-' 2: .WI W, P . V' 5? ' K 85.21 ,955 . " fax ,,,-V FSI-if-' Y "4 K 1, i K be ,U .JA W aS1f111111u 1 Ng , Q .i73""" ' tb, fl 1 " N f Y .Q 79 - 2 V fb . ' ' .if..:' ' n X- ? ... fi g ,X , xl K sonocg I' .ff V Q-4 N5 I X - ' . --1-f,--f-D L3 fl I2 QT1 I K JD PAGE 2712 fflill ll A' R We C 61721110 6 7 en l X SW-1' I .1 N .f.- . ,L Q., - ffmilleffagg.fmse.a. ..l?5'.Zf.h.:2..q,--..e:- , ' Ysflff' , Ya i SOMOCS HONORARY SOCIETY OFFICERS P. G. FRANKLIN .......... ................... ................. P r esidenl H. MASSEY ........... .............. V we President H. KLOCK .......... ........... S ecretary-Treasurer MEMBERS M. Alderman N. Horne C. Byrrl H. Klock R. Burr H. Massey E. Carpenter C. Milam R. Duckworth F. Parker P. G. Franklin R. Redman H. Fuller J. Sherman D. Henley R. Earnest G. 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T mcouu s P ROBINSON C W M'-N GL-NSHOI' J I wsop O 'h '4 C WARD N L FOB N50 G W Pavok U Q FEDERAL VOCATIONM CLUB 0 f Lx Q .1 2 I H JB fl , . so L W ' 1356, ,ft t'vfQ,J,,..v-t k kk, X . ' A K,. gu:,Mi g f5.tej3t.t !'WW -fiiggfr . .10 L . 1.11f11,vo if L., - -K-n- 1---Mllilllwl'...lQii3g,+.-llw.l1svgi3T.s1g1g."lkl51'ii,ff'.:.l-isis.fl'-1-f-Tvs 'Q A M, Q 7 FEDERAL VOCATIONAL CLUB l Sponsors M155 RUTH CLAYTON, Miss LUCILLIQ Horfrsrolto J Orrtcrzns First Semester Secoml Semester R. W. MAHN ........ ...... P resident ,.,,,,,.,, G. H. SAVAGE J. C. BROWN ......,. ..., V ice PFCSFJIZCILJ.. ,.,.... C. B. HOLMAN E. A. REGESTER.. ...... Secretary .... .....A. G . L. BISHOP E. L. SMITH .......,......., Treasurer .... ,,.,.., W . D. LARsr3N MISS LUCll..LE HOLTSFORD Jacksonville, Fla. F. P. Abbott C. G. Adams .l. F. Aldridge .l. E. Allen C. N. Andrews W. P. Arnold W. B. Barnhill W. G. Barrow E. Bennefield l'i. Bennett .l. T. .Beugnot G. L. Bishop .l. li. Bishop L. Blaha W. F. Booth P. Bobbitt J. Barns E. B. Butler L. Brook F. M. .Boyatt E. C. Braddock W. T. Bridges .l. B. Britt C. J. Brown J. C. Brown W. Z. Buie H. M. Busbee H. S. Butler l'l. C. Campbell A. R. Caro W. M. Cassels N..C. Cassida H. O. Caton H. L. Cavender D. G. Chellberg C. R..Cleland W. M. Coachman J. H. Cobb W. F. Commerford G. D. Colman J. B. Cannon C. Clower C. lf. Cooper G. .l. Copp F. L. Crews W. A. Crews C. Daniels .l. R. Davis R. W. Davis Dean W. E. Delegal R. H. Denson R. H. Dettry M. C. Dunning W. C. Dyson H. R. Edmunds G. S. Eggleston H. J. Fernald W. B. Ferguson W. French H. M. Fontaine L. M. Fyler .l. W. Carren J. T. Ceralds D. M. Gibson E. F.. Gill M. Gutrie V. W. Givens D. R. Gugluizza H. C. Gray G. L. Griffin Wm. Griffin H. E. Griffis F. S. Hadsock J. F. Hall .l. W. Hancock H. D. Hagan C. J. Harper R. L. Harris R. G. Herringto W. R. PFEIL .......... Sergeant-at-!1rm.s ..... HONORARY lVll-IMBIERS Prof. L. W. Buchholz Miss Il M ICM BERS li. C. Henderson C. B. Herb C. B. Holman H. V. Howell T. A. Hudson L. l.. Hunter A. H. Jennings L. W. Jennings H. Johnson J. B. Jones A. B. Johns M. Z. Jones G. J. J uusko J. C. Kelley G. R. Kelton J. J. Kennedy B. F. Kinnon J. L. Kilcrease J. A. Kilcrease H. .l. Koontz C. L. Koonce W. J. Laird F. H. Langworthy W. D. Larsen C. Larson J. T. Lee D. L. Lester L. Lindsey C. T. Link T. S. Looper A. C. Lowery W. H. McBride H. A. .McCaine F. McCall V. McKinney R. W. Malin B. C. Mallery J. .B. Martin L. A. Martin J. J. Melton F. -Mickler J. M. Murphy L. M. Nagle .l. L. Norris G. B. 0'Neal C Ogletrce C. Padgett M. H. Padgett C. Perry L. Perry .l. W. Patrick W.-L. Parker Nl. C. Page W. S. Peterson H. D. Philpot E. D. Polk D. M. Prince G. W. Pryor J. T. Rose W. .W. Rodgers W. F. Rabon E. J. A. Regester R. Reynolds H. L. Roberson P. E. Robinson A. P. Rose W. S. Sauls l. .Sasnett C. T. Stewart W. Sapp F. W. Saussy G. H. Savage F. J. H. Sconiers R. Shearer R. Shores W. A. Simmons H. G. Sims I" ith 4. L. Sm F. Heitzman C. J. Mitchett E. B. Smith L, L. Hollingsworth H. Melluish J. H. Smith ff-.f.1f-y,-A-TD l 0 2 ef. , E. ALLEN Janie Crilly .l. G. Smith L. H. Spring C. T. Stanley W. W. Stanton W. H. Stevens A. L. Sparkman .l. W. Stewart W. H. Stokes W. B. Sullivan l'I..D. Sweat li. L. Sweeney C. A. Taylor R. S. Trice .l. P. Travis W. L. Turner H. H. Thigpin .l. Thomas M. D. Thrift H. L. Tillis S. F. Tillman M. H. Toms D. -J . Tucker R. J. Turner H. E. Urquhart D. G. Walden A. L. Ward G. Ward H. F. Wesley E. M. White W. R. Whitcomb F. H.'Witter N. D. Wainwright K. R. White B. M. Williams M. F.. Wiggins J. A. Williams V. G. Williams J. B. Womble .l. Womeldurf F. E. Zuber PAGE 277 Q ff.--fn, 'whqylftzip C W 1 f 'M H-5' 'N 4 3 I WU, A i lplkfxrlxl 1" llfg I? 1 V, K ' ""1"f0 I' , H . , ,. , . ., K,-,,,f,. ab , W, , Y p i K , L. 'vs "' EH. hu" ' flu..-1. . - ', 4 mtv' ' .5 x .. ..,... ., " ,G . ' . " '5w..A..--- X E NN M A N '-Y,,g 42 if is , sv .' 1- , .1 QQ V . nj 1" IQ lf I - tm I li k' i ffm' i I x V . 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T. .IC L 67111710 0 .J , . ..,.1:.f, .n..l1u5i2f'llll'uU'if1LLr'N- .,1. LQtr:iQyifQ,HgQ:v,.Qgggl'iifllilg...115-EQ,li'-25,:,.,?3 .Q-F M Q l ii, L. I k Q Q41 1 4 ff' f b I 4 i . 0g1"rsn.,, 48' ,cLy.'UB-"Ya Q THE BETTER HALF CLUB V OFFICERS MRS. L. C. CROFTON .,,.....,, ,,,,....,...,............. ,..................... P r esident MRS. W. S. YATES ......... ......... S ecretary-Treasurer Mns. S. J. CATTS, JR ..,...,.,Club Reporter MEMBERS Mrs. J. S. Clark Mrs. J. H. Wise Mrs. R. Gomez Mrs. C. E. Carbonell l Mrs. H. R. Hinson Mrs. E. B. Knight Mrs. I. M. McAlpin Mrs. R. L. Hinson 4 This club was organized by the wives of some of the students of Florida so that they might the more easily contribute their share in the upbuilding of our University. Its objects are social and literary. Acquaintance and friendliness is the first step to success, and organization will accomplish greater things for the school we love. X . .I-.ZZW ,H,, ,L Aw...-.....--.a,-9 1 Q 2 2 0 PAGE 280 , Al I6 Q 61111110 6 ,sf Q - ' ,931-L,j'.,, .!LQ,,.f.gm.1'v.--.' nfl ,,, -in hmm SZ' MH wa 'W A -Q . F, , ,r 694' F0 LO 'nv G50 nw Y' t we u fs' SOR when 1 4 Q" DAAH THE BEEFSTEAK CLUB What did the Young Bull say to the Old Bull? J. H. Carter 4 J. V. Keene W. S. Fielding R. P. Terry' W. W. Gunn F. R. Weedon Q 1 Q 2 2 0 . W U PAGE 281 G , sf qxfbii C' ' muff' ,yf -Qu"-'y 'Q ,5-,giw .zu . 1 .,j h 44, 5 r Af , . h 'J ,I L. 7 GLU..-31' -ati xix . ,uffgfw V: .X , K 6 ,S 1 - - 1 A . '-fAii?T'.-!:'.:Z.Zfg "1Lf--77.-,,,,,, 3 -' xx- xl , MM. ily? C .' 0 ' ,, Q G' f fx 1 'ryigtg X MW, ,gvpff L urgygm mm' if ""?!!T!lF."" 1" ' ' 'l' c.r. , . wnwgymmu 5 , 'W Q Q 4 in A 1 ji ri ' 1 A.-J4-1:z' h y, . 3, pf M1 I L -1wRe,..' A I , h" """ ig'4T mms satan ..... , ,,i.... """-"' , . .vt .,MWu.-- C E M I C A L Q,,W,. A cm: I ' . mmlgyam ..l. , l D ...-...... m Y Q' " -W" .iff TQ? mms ul -4- 'f5wWu ' 7? W Vt ff , ' Xi . ' "Hu-.ur I ,A MII-aim! 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ZI'DUVal Coun'Qf ClUb'I3 9 I Q q 2 ew----V-V-P -- , , 4.4 PAGE 285 'xl Lgcligufo c' 3 D 4Q"'f.,,,A :v . v-.......-,..., f J W , X ' 7 L'yifi5f, 'fly-f' 'f V? .-,,.., I, ...f li W , ,, , J"-4'5'1' Q? IJ I umm' .CY ,Q 'I ' ' ' - Q . .,.,, ff - .,.. . ,uv ' f 5 Q , 'Q , L I ' l W , V, W ', k 4 X . ll I ! 'mono MMP' W""'wDGc U A JWMELLUF ' 5 WQLSGNDCNPIP 'Mag qu .f 'X qkpfr KV' M K ni A,'- in-XX. ani Fi-1 A1 ' , V, 'XXX ' 2 " iw!- AKJ kvw h , lv. ,.. X :X cn A i K 4 :.1 4 .L . XD A JJ Q W 4 ' . - I ' .lj . ",'x,- ' , t l MHP Zan fn 'sd I 1: 3 MUN W N QZ yy , 5 Q, lug QA' 'Ill 1 M: U, o f ' ' w, ' N'lcucr,:5'4 M , X 'J ow . YK-ka A H II - If zu-n .laz UVdl Coun'Q' Chnl KJ ::f:L-.1.L.4,--., A "' " ' 'fzirrlg l Q 2 2 G:-L ur ::::.:,,.:Lg1f,i: PAGE 286 K jgiyitl U Je y erlzzvzo G .. 9 E I -' fm a 'l - ' 5 '.. . I ' "" - LL' I "',' , ,I , L' 'ixg ' ...gil llmlilffmlil .1 fiffmra. wb 2 DUVAL COUNTY CLUB Sponsors: MISS JANIE ROEBUCK, M1 COLORS Red and White OFFICERS ARTHUR N. SOLLEE .......... .......................... GEORGE B. STANLY ,....... JAMES R. BoYn,JR ........... GEORGE W. MILAM ............... WILLIAM G. PARMENTER ..,...... ....... WILLIAM D. MORGAN ........... ...................... MEMBERS Julius A. Allen John C. Babson J. Murdock Barrs George J. Baya E. Ellis Bently Harold A. Bosman C. Fort Boyd Charles W. Boyd W. Monroe Bostwick W. Edwin Brobston .l. Curtis Byrd Ralph Champlin C. Elbert Clark Nelson D. Cooper Dwight Crane H. Lynn Crawford, Jr. Herbert B. Dunk Lloyd H. Ellsworth Frank H. Elmore W. Frank Evans G. Floyd Ferris Samuel F. Flood Kenneth R. Gabriel Max O. Gliokstein E. F. Gunn Esteen L. Hackney Frank N. Hadlow B. Dillon Hartridge Olin E. Watt ss ELEANOR ARDEN .....Presiden! ..........Vice President ............Secretary J. Beach Hazard Elmer D. Hinckley George R. Hitchcolk W. Victor Hull, Jr. Edward G. Hume William Jeacle Albert K. Jones James J. Kennedy Henry F. Lilienthal Sollie J. Lowenkopf Fred F. Mansour John W. Mellor Glover R. Miller Roland Daniel Moss Stewart L. Pomeroy Weiland W. Rogers Thomas D. Sale H. Mackie Salley Andrew C. Simmons Ralph A. Simmons John F. Skinner Richard M. Smith Richard L. Stanly - Cyrus .l. Washburn, Edwin B. Webster M. Carl Wilensky Herbert A. Williams Robert M. Wilson s Treasurer ......Reporter ......Reporter J Q Q1 Q 2 20 D PAGE 287 ...X . . X i , -nf ' ff JA C7 L W fp s ,f 11571112 -. ,IC K, 67721710 6' .-.J 'X' "' g.QLsLi1gQZFxagggliiiliig-Eiiiwgfxfgw , , :L,,w,z,'3 f W ,J fm-mfb1iPHff'3Pii?! l.sz2g ' - Wi w 1 , , , 6 5 1 Q Q w I 'IWJ-YHWW IVVSEHCNY " ' - K' Xxx.-.J 14, I' 44 Ap K ff' . '23fQ 'N Q ' 6 'nuff' sf' M nj A J 11. e r ' -f " if ' an-'A sf , A ',. viii ? ' fx V - 'V K n . k Il- ,LIJLE D x,-',. . , l If ,N 'wwxl f.'l.. " - LJ! sq fb fp v 1 Q H U UD ,H Q 1 5 , QQ L D ff. If WG - .,.,.-..,,V .,., Q- t 0 'izhnru M43 . Iv mr,-X" at Hum reid", ' .. X. -.,f'f'1-g: - , P o Ali Q 2 2 Q -----'13 PAGE 288 Q 019220 ,XX X 1 J. J, ,-.v MX CW ff-nfziik if N 'f .16 61121110 6 AQ Qt,-' .-.-M.J..u..m.!fiil9Hiiii:ff?52Q.gi,11Qzf:tEj-xL.::QL.LSf?i4ifQl-Pup"P2g,,'j'1 6 1 - f-- G QQSOTOCQUNTY Cfljg 1' XX J 1 X IX? XASNQ, -I I ' ,I I X 1 1 XX, M E M BERS MISS IDAsEo5'lEIE5i APPLEBY O.M.BERG- Pns. - R.acHA'rHAn MPM. Ecasm' smrn sec. D W ML-LBULLOCK mf. PETER Mu CKLER Rgpafrer FRANK MORGAN cfm ' Armoowa Afcvma banoau uns s,f Arms 5.J, SIMMONS Goa? 4 i J PAGE 289 .......r..1.4.l , , 'W 6 . 'W l"?r"nH1ilvffU' . S M "l'P'?"."lll:L. I f ,113 Q . 01151110 6 H'.3u1q:g..eg'!A'f 41. .', 151.7141 :gli ,, 5.4: Q..5ffli 41--LN'::'fv.ss'w:iV::'rL:7:TL- JD by INVEHNESS . CLUB l .. 4,,. . ' ,.""' ' ' x ' ul-.X INVERNESS CLUB OFFICERS lf. li. BOSWELL ....,.,. L ...........,..,.. ,.,,, I l'8SLll8Il.L T. D. HENLEY ....,.,.. .,,.,....... V we Preszden' W- TOOKE ..............A ......,.. S ecretary Treasurer J. M. CONNELL ........,.. ,,,,,,,,, R eponer MEMBERS W. B. Anderson C. li. Clegg E. R. Boswell T. D. Henley H. L. Connell M. A. Smith J. M. Connell lVl. D. Shultz W. Tooke .f., ,M M-M...-9 l 2 2 Q., ,Liv PAGE 290 Je 6172200 6 .9 Q 4.,,, 4- 'X t JAM " Il .X MQ! Q LAKE COUNTY CLUB MISS lVlARY KATHERINE WILSON, Sponsor OFFICERS E. Enwoon RAASCH ......... ................... ................. P r esident J. S. ALEXANDER ................ ................ V ice President ROBERT L. COLLINS .............. ......,. S ecretary-Treasurer W. DOWNING ETHERIDGE .,........ ...................... R eporzer ALLAN L. ENTZ ...................... ........ S ergeanc-at-Arms MEMBERS J- M. Carter J. E. Patrick William A. Skinner John L. Fahs Anderson H. Potter H. Bartley Corley Benjamin McWhorter Bion E. Hewitt I Carl E. Duncan L Q .,...E1 Q 2 2...- 0 U PACE, 29I 1' Q ,.,- A.mumJd L1 q ' A -,.- I fx NH Q q -Ae, is I , ,E W 37 D . C756 IIZILIOAI J l 2 5 . . F l 1 I I 2 . 1 ' 1 i I l i J 1 4 luv 1, ' MEZZ' Nxf X, xx, ' -fn. xl. HOU Gdsde E nzvfiub , r 'I q . J'-P1 ' -355' ' I f - 1 K X. '51 4 Y Sr-mn, 5 4 1 U0FL? ,W N,, E 4: 1 f 'x 'T X F if KX tulips P El- W' 'N A il X V 5 ,wax in f 2 QQ Q -- Q I Q PAGE 292 5 1 ff fi!-f4 A S , f . C7 f,.Jf.iTrBE. K. -4 X X -QEXAJ 1 Y K-fr L .-+1 5 U . A 1 F Ink'-YN LW X'Xuv-116 J:-:FFEIUQN couN'rv cLuB Q 0192241 U PAGE 293 on . XI 6756 LQ'77ZZ7l0Af? A9 X f l 3' ,--. I .1 gf-X. ' ig. LEON COUNTY CLUB OFFICERS T. F. WEST, JR ........... . .................. ........ P resuient J. F. HALL ................... ............ V we Presulent R. G. JOHNSON, JR ........ ........ S ecretary Treasurer J. ASHMORE ............... ............. R eporter Sponsors: NIISS ADELA ENGLISH, Mlss CARABELLA COLLINS, Mlss VIRGIL HARDIN MEMBERS Jack Ashmore John C. Godbold J. F. Hall R. G. Johnson, Jr. Kenneth Hanson C. E. Patterson Anton Towles T. F. West, Jr. Q B Q 2 2 G Q PAGE 294' I 156 Lguavfgzdgodi .9 ' "Q 2619. , 7 ' . 4 .I' - ' ug.. .N M, - 4 A- W., . . , ,... '55 '- N 1 K C f Xi' I f 2, "Y" .. N ' .L . Q , ....f..:: -::.'el..5.L-V ' fn 4 xg? wk. .T'w"." Rv' - -'P ,W wS?f ' "Q ,gp N 'W 1 1 4 1 PLANT CITY CLUB ' OFFICERS R. A. CARLTON ......... .......................... ................... P r esidenx J. K. MERRIN ......... ................. V ice President A. L. SPARKMAN ......... .......... S ecretary-Treasurer ' MEMBERS ' R. A. Carlton J. W. Henderson WJ. F. Merrin J. K. Merrin C. E. A. L. D. G. W. S. 01922G Sandford Sparkman Walden Yates 0' W - U PAGE- 295 , .W,'fsf,. 'gi --?fffi1, -w'1f - . .18 Q L 1111110 L ,W 'n.1lM"J"Ll1ri-41'4 WN Q 1 ,www ., ,f..,-lSifY'!I5'Lf ?"N'L --'-+L '5- ,.wif:'4i1-Jllfff-:lf'?'?14f.44f524111-44--,T ik 13-1:fff1QgEz,fg:1v,x1:ife-:-31" :4. 1-1, -V ,JJ- - . I l 1. -,XLMI V vwL':::.:.',--'....11-.::L:.1'::-',.......'"- '- :z:::g,-.:.-: -' vw ,ww 1 f i , - omlnipf M XLFWM L 1 L i 'VU I 'v x . X X4 .Xa TTTTSQI Q 2 QQ-, - PAGE 296 7 J 1 J 91, l ngemzigokl ,QAM -ar, I Q-1.-5' 7 E. ,W ., LH' 'N -Iv,,ii?:. A I 7 5. - lx- . ,, yg.:..4- ,k,- Q' fx- , 'N '. 5 . 6 K N ' JSA 311- " " llllyii xx, s n. .. - C 0. f"5iQs. ' -1. "v.--N T' -1'--S - 4-.1-. ' '. -:L+ ., ' N"v...4'-rf' 'f '--L HS Qxiflw MIAMI CLUB Founded 1917 Mlss RUBY GUTHRY Doucms, Sponsor OFFICERS CHARLES E lVlORGAN .......... ......... . ........ .............. P r eszdent R T BURR .................... ............ V ice President KARL W SCHWARTZ ........ ........ S ecrelary-Treasurer ORVIILF R DAVIS ........ ....,...... Reporter MEMBERS Cyril O. Bratley J. Cason Ives W. M. Coachman William Musselwhite Albert B. Coe A. C. Ormsby Arthur R. Coe Henry D. Perry Murray G. Cohen Milton E. Robbins C. Mansel Conkling Gordon H. Savage Walter C. Dysen John Scott Sherman Albert J. Geiger W. W. Stanton R. W. Granat J. W. Strickland J. H. Gribble Vernon Vereen Ray L. Hamon W. G. Ward Charles Roy Hauser A. Clifford Weaver James A. Hudson Elmo H. Williams .E .0 1 9 2 2 .E-.5 PAGEQZQY PAGE 298' 1,1 l 6i3,,1fgf?'l fn' , ' 5 1 ' wig' H41 .551 K '5 J! Q 7 , ll f 1 1 L 7 mfimfwwqimfkfkfvuuvcf-J , ,,L,v b fi A' Y ,, U , , .,,, -, ,W ju.. ..,.. .5 ,E ,I 5-5,,n-, gbs,--,ef-::v:J::w:::1'f:::.:f--1'::,:,7:,T:v,,,,L,-,H 17:1 rj A F Y Arrrr V V x+-.ll..'f- T329 . . vi' v V VI Ms. ORLANDO cLuB x:91 Q 2 2fk:::x:E?,mWM7::x:T 'T ,Qs 'W - rf pg, Q9 ! S , I 0 I, L7 Mui ff ma ' 10 k H1111 N 1 1 'l H 2, .f ' 1. n. . fl. wf7P'.Q,--'. N N 'Y ' ' - "". L, Z: YLg:5.u:.+m.HA1lLMP'l52'-V, n2,,'Q,:V-1:5f,i!:,Q!'lLQi5z:-fuStiff: iff.-5tt':', - W5-r-4, YM um xx v Wu ibm Ku W xx V X5 btw, ,A-,,. , , ,. Alu! INA 910 QQQ, Q- Y Mw v,,, ,, ,,, ,,A--,, : PAGE 299 .,u.u A , fjjjqf ' L mf. 01 Q 3. Ae g 61121110 0 7 1"' J ""x1 'Q ' ' ' .p ,, ,'5'.'4 , F".-1:-5-,'1Q'I,,.A,, U:f'3ieMtg:Xg2:'.Lz 'r.,,, Y-Lf ' 51 Lf.:..-:-:.-.:.-rl-:::::::-1 my- W . . A P 0, 1. Q11 1 . -,1 , ' 7 n. . In-" H wwf" V' XX x I ' , G' 3' 1 - Y V K' g' ' 7 . VI J' 1 0, M 'wyqy-4 Wlmf--" .J I , . Q 4, gg- v , , 't ff-ff '- f -" ' "V-ff-,,,.., I ' Y"--fy. X 1 9 E V ' 1 'v-..,.fm'Jl M118 Afma Glbtbn 'W y- ' V A I 'a' . fx ' 1' 2 1 ! ,' x f . AJ xv 'f fn w Jn' M I ' ,ff:Mm,,f' ' , . ...1Y..."X'RxR ' 1' K A L-v, ,. - H-. H-.. 9 1 Q 2 2 o. . Q 1 PAGE 300- ,IC Sngzrgoes J TT .6 Q 1 E"M Y..,. QL-.v ...mm 1' C 0 PINELLAS COUNTY CLUB H OFFICERS PAUL E LELAND .......... ................,......... ............... P r esrdenz J LESLIE .JACKSON ............... ......... V ice President LAUDIOUS L THOMPSON .......... ........... S ecretary DAVID E Boo'rII ................... .......... T reasurer Sponsor: MISS ALMA GIBSON, Tarpon Springs MEMBERS E. B. Wilson, Jr. Chester McMullen Fred Kilgore Roland J. Ulmer S. O. Lindelie C. W. Johnson Robert E. Lewis Merl B. Weaver F. W. Hendry Floyd E. Wolfe Lincoln C. Bogue J. S. Taylor Morris T. Campbell Felder Houser Chas. T. Sauls Francis F. Storm 2 Robert M. Cargell Robert C. Young Ray O. Alderman Howard E. Moore Wilmer J. Taylor R. W. Clark F. M. Harris Frank W. Williams J. N. McClung Leo M. Butler W. H. Gifford J. W. Garren ArtlIur L. Dehon Donald Graves Ivan Batchelder 19 20 C0 LPAGE 301 ,..,.w. ...Q ' ,'." 'NJ -R P'-'f1J"' . .7 W- - a1k'pfff5', 312552-?t'L V10 9 01111110 f v ,3u:!1f5Hfv1'V"' 4-.: 'Y,:-L l1s,.z.-fililgzx gkg3,5.S'f2j:'21gZ sM.? , -.1,,-, -,-,4,7, V Y -., LL-f , 'PENSACOLA CLUB . wg. l my om www SFONSUR . k 'ol l , 7 ' 1 i Y : ' -Sm,u:,v x I . 'V Y' .Q 9 I I 1' N f W , , aww Q 0 ',, 5 1 - - 1 -1:9 I 2 ew-1-41-if-if? ,-'V -,f, ,,1::::LwQ.- ' D1 PAGE 302 I Q K my Q7 I L7 --- -N - 7 ":' C? f nw o .f W. - mftffv : ' g D113 g 131111110 1 I , - f mMWwQW:Sf:,uv4gaHf1g14yAwf4QmgfM Q-,,:f. , N , 9 . M V , .. H.,m,, ...,Tmm, ,,, HM WM, WWHAm , ,, .-......- 'S y Q31 W H c 11112 ouniq ' lub 421, N a1.41.Mn....1.. 5 K M - , ' 69? . rv ami ,sr 'mf 'z-'35 may Aw" AZ" . Q - Qs SQ.. 1 K . I K nga fa ' V V - ? I , N W 4- , ,fx-:T 2 - 6 5, K Ny' 63, M h ? 2 Z 'ff' ' . 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N, A,.f, D PAGE 305 . 471 ,, WE Us 'W . ff? V kv! S 7 ' d 10 Q 01111110 1 D ' f -'f' J' ' 'Mf14 ,'1-,-,7f?,,, . U , 'fu-3',, Tv EEBRINE P'lnssEspaqe'Roqers .... V.--Sponsor 'M JTE1heredge ................................,,,,,,,.,, President A.WCroham .... -- J.C.Tzylor ...... H.O,5ebring ...... .....-..-.-..-Mce Presiderif Secrefarjgfrreasurer ---------....-ReporTer HE.Hammar ...... ...... S ergeanTaTArms J,PWarren .... Q--- .................,.. .Coat FM,5ChUm0Ch9F---- -----f, GI-'lEee ..... --- F-WHeacock---p- -- Social Committee CJ I Q-- fx' fi 55, www Nw 'W - f ,IH 'll U fr + L yn" 1-,lax ' A i W! S. Q WJ , II' n Ivllflifli If my' fwwl, fl. .. , 'N ,,,. ,K K1 1 wm...mff.A1il.5HQj'l flllif'-.W ..Lk.',vf:j ,,.. Xt . 1 lTf.,'fL.:. -' , -,ff X .. Q31 F1 HK QL .L-iw' - SQXJ' CLUB " NU' I ' I ww I A fhfgfpwrd '! Q ' 'f V m f, 5 1' I Q9Lsnnu'J . 1 C...H.,.,.4..Y,-.AhY,., ,,,,.L . .IJ I 9, 7 7 ., J W . , A.. 4. K T- - A W- -.,-,..-,-,,,,.Y ... , W PACE '307 -Q -:mm F Q 'W 1 .ffm xf'Nm5VJ,' K K MW. . l ,, -3gffi,:g-45, N f Ac L., 07751110 U .-sf . L A.,., . ..,, gb- 9 ..,, ,4A,A, Q I P w 1 . l E PAGE 308 ' 1, K Q hw , X I-, f' ' . Il 1 J - NERC X5 wggggm k f ' ' 'A HDFHWKNT PHE51DENr f . LZ wFu555zL V105 P1-755 ' - zwsnawfv ' 554:'H57'AHr HPEHAUJ JR 7'H5A5uHEH A 5: wPEA'5aN5 H.s'F0H75H L. A. NDHAV5 5Z"7'A1'AHlY5 A , aHAAwf5aN av-71710 5 17155 L..HAAfr1.EX 5PqAf , , , F 4 .,.., vwn --V U- 1-Af--TD I 2 2 QfN.fILI11'222'::I mwf1 '32 x muh? 'QM 'tya-ww 1 ml fi!-"f' '+JW'rs. G7 5 ' f J I Je 67721710 G .J Q .g.1Q:..e.., 'A LL .I -QE ' . - ,, . - JD COLORS Red and Black WILLIAM J. BIVENS ......... RALPH A. MARISCANO.. FRANCIS W. 'PARKER .... Fred P. Abbott Jake' S. Alexander Lee H. Ball Wm. A. Bartlett Clyde I. Bearss Osmond R. Bie Wm. J. Bivens John T. Bize Hawley D. Blake Jack Bohrer Victor G. Brash Melville W. Carruth Henderson Cotter Gilbert Curtis Roland Deuber Richard S. Dowdell Rollin J. Ebinger Byron L. Eddy Joh1I G. Ennis Robert D. Etzler Francis Farnsworth Benj. J. Finman il Do TAMPA CLUB MISS MARION REED, Sponsor OFFICERS MEMBERS Henry Fuller Landon Fuller John E. Gaskill Truman P. Green John Hansbrough Edward P. Harper Pete Harris Robert H. Harris Wm. P. Hickman Roy B. Hoskins ' Isadore Juster Eugene H. Lester David Linebaugh Henry McClendon Raymond McDonald Allen C. McKay John W.' McRee Ralph A. Marsicano A. Elmo Meeks John A. Osborne Wallace B. Owens Francis W. Parker Frank C. Paul 191922 232 Morro Your Bit and Be Square ....................P7'6SLdCIll ..............Vice President ..........Secretary-Treasurer J. Martine Pearce I. W. Phillips, Jr. Anthony Regero Charles J. Regero Samuel A. Scuderi John L. Schwaen Richard H. Sheppard W. Wall Smith Maurice Stein William E. Thompson Joe N. Toretta Edgar D. Warren W. Curtis Warren O. K. Weatherwax Curren E. Webb Frederick R. Weeclon Hubert Weeks Alec White Irvan D. Williams Harry G. Williams Charles R. Wilsky Frank E. Zuber ' G ::I W -PAGE 309 D , Q v 7 , W ' .M mffgri, 'f 'f'?f'ff1f, 'q QSUIIZIIIU 1 ' f WWW f ,q,M, ,H-. t , QV I. g..-A Haw- -- ,, , ,Z .f V ,,nM,gggf1,5fw,31'i mu.-,,:L,,, Ah "1Qx,g',,,J..-ff.-,gb -. N , 3 Qgev 04 o 7' V 5 3 PAGE 310 X, ..1p,,.. X r Nm -1..m. mu- S,,..,,, . . 4 0 f y I V i L. S ll, 6 Q G Vg - Q S - 'fm 'Q' li, X .Q . I . fx ,WO I 2 df . . C x +, A53 Y V - Q, --ib , ,. 1, xl H q w 'vital f W 1 f , lrxjl 51 V 5 ., Mr, ,A f Mimi AI 5W,'f7fBi Q, M710 L 01111110 1: 7 u B BJ mmHliiE1Il5!P4ild" ififjgi 4 1,H,.w1:2:1.f, s' fi ,Qg'.:iQ.:+-- g, 'ii-,,:f.. '1:1,,. TAM X5 . W k 6- f 4' G ' 4 lf , , ? H 'S 1, . . 1 , ': if, 0' I .9 xg -g f ' , W I - A VLA , qi , X 0 J fe- gp 5' A J ant.. 17 I7 G- A------ W- ,. ..,, ,A,., ,,,.4.. . . ,, , Q -:flfi zzf:-11:QLf:::::.::::9 I A.. A- - -- H.- H V, , , ,, 1 -U v fPlACE.311 he . 'rx '-gsig- ' flvflm Q . f E7 A, emzno et - .. , MQ! V UNION COUNTY CLUB Miss Gnoncm EPPERSON, Spamor, Lake Butler - 4 Orrrczns Jornv E. Mmzms, Jn ......... .................... ................... P r esidenc HOMER B. LEE .............. .............. V ice President WALTER E. KNIGHT ........ J .......... Secretary-Treasurer Hucns REGISTER ......... .......... ' .......... R eparter Mmanrsns -- John E. Maines, Jr. J. Kirby Langford . Maurice G. Langford . Homer B. Lee Carl L. Brown Earl E. Peeples Hughs Register Walter E. Knight Q B ...+G 1 Q 2' 2' 0 .. U PAGE '312 r 'W he 69 -Q 1. N L X ' V QT? - 1 e of N Wm jlffwigs -L, -7. ,IC L 671111110 If L, 7 u.m.lxlllrWi-lo.lfiilglilxQ:Ly:ii1fl.n A..f -- T .L A L., Y NDS HISS ELLEN HIXON v 0 4 J- ln . VoLU5lA COUNT VOLUSIA COUNTY CLUB Miss ELLEN MIXON, Spomor BURWELL THORNTON ........ ........................,........................ .................. P r esident LOWELL STEPHANS ...........,.......................... ............. V ice President FREDERIC LANGWORTHY ..................,.......,.......... A ........ Secretary-Treasurer CLINTON VAN FLEET, IRWIN DISBENNET .,........ .......... P ublicity Agents Mx-:Masks .lean DuPont Nelson Longee Newton St. John Louis Bouchelle John Cade C Arnold Fuller Robert Wallace Charles Swoope George Sixma Robert Wray Q - Lol J 2, TZ Q-MMM-r-lm L. L.. .H . . ... ii., --3:11 L:-,L-l-1313:---A Q PAGE 313 ,V 11' ' Vflh 4 .""?. t :S V 1 ' . . f-1+ . f . f .16 L. 61111110 0 fw ..z'm:2ri1iLi'+f"L ' 3 114-1-:'rgiT?'.:1 .-.WAS we 3 if 5 E W A ' M R r1,,,,, f'Vf?.1w.N.-f, Q Q 533 -41922K AHB..':9Us W cl. us A PAGE 314 .1a.wALKER FRESIDENTX A. A. GL Us SECRETARY IC fa sfwry TREASURER L. HU ER I? hc .VCH rf , K, , .WYDH gg KL H oafzvsvfv - - . 5. mfffmvs' ,- ,::,1-:Q .11 . 2 2 Q--+----i--4f-'-- - ---v -fw--bi? N E., 3. AW 0 JV, 9 '-.! , S K-7 M fW, Sf1fXf J N f .113 l flf"lZ1ll0ff' N ,fMLHdi1H?!H1iP9f', A1' 3.15255L2LQ,1.L45jg,i,xf,,,,T .... , ,. , , . V vw HH NASQUERQII R8 . idk U 1 FU. In-ff, IM. v.,.' 'Q f-9 .4-A. .-., f... I . 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The present association is the continuation of the older Greater Florida Minstrels, presented annually until 1920, and the University of Florida Dramatic Club founded inA1902 by William A. Christensen, James Dougherty, Thomas Mitchell, and John Conoley. In April, 1920, after the return of the Greater Florida Minstrels from their road tour, "The Masqueraders" was organized and plans made for greater and more artistic effort along dramatic and musical lines. May, 1921, saw the production of the University's first annual show under the new auspices. The play was "Out of the East", a Musical Tale of the Orient, by Chaplain John F. Conoley, Major U. S. R., one of the founders of' the original dramatic club, and stationed in Gainesville since. October, 1919. The 1921 show brought instant and lasting fame to The Masqueraders. Oriental in motif and in setting, "Out of the East" was a musical and color picture of rare merit and set a high standard for the plays of future years. The 1922 show was no less successful. For the plot and scene of the new play, Chaplain Conoley went this time into Spain and the result was a tense and brilliant musical drama in three acts, entitled "Spanish Nights". There were forty-five people in the troupe that went on the road February 16th, 1922, and they returned with new laurels to add to those won in 1921. The play was presented in Gainesville, Ocala, Tampa, Ybor City, Lakeland, Orlando, Palatka, St. Augustine, Jacksonville, Tallahassee, and Quincy, each time to large and appreciative audiences. lt has been said that The Masqueraders have made a definite contribution to the social and artistic life of the University and it is certain that they have done much to advertise favorably the Alma Mater whom it is their privilege to represent. Membership in the dramatic fraternity is accorded to those whose talent and class standing make them eligible. And- in casting the parts in the annual shows it has been found that there is practically no limit to the talent that exists in the student body. The only regret felt thus far is that it is seemingly impossible to make use of it all. Plans are already in the process of formation for the 1923 show and from all indications and the few reports that come from time to time from the studios the high standard set in 1921 and 1922 will not be lowered. 9 1 2 2 olli--..-craig-.1as-aa. A PAGE 317 Q-,N sl li is ii 1 li 4. 'I lm ii El l. ll l nl I gl 1 u I I l P I ll w rl ll Iv li i .erik ffl . Lvde bang QQ i51vmpllLg,U,J -'f1:.-,gxh sl 2 ...4!f'?f'g4i,g- '-:J A ,pfuuw . .. .f'!-L:-ffffgit-ff--:...a.-., b.-.-gi:-4- -'--::::- - fsvnhk XT:'.- 5-Y. 'XLS f' .Q 3 lINlVlCRSI'l'Y OF Fl.ORlI'JA GOLF CLUB DR. A. A. lVlLIRPIlREE, 1"acu.lty Represmmtivfr J. M. JONES .......... J. S. TAYLOR .......... I. W. PHILLIPS ........ W. L. Rose .............. PHILLIP CoNRoY .....,,... OFFICERS NlEMBERS .........l'resiclent Vice Presillenl .........Secretary ........Trea.surer ..........Reporter J. T. Bize B. Owens M. F. Bunnell M. Pepper I I C. Y. Byrd S. Riddle J. J. Hendrick M. Simpson O. D. Holland F. Storm A. C. lVlcKay Thomas J. A. Osborne J. Ulmer . - l Q 2 2 1 Q Q Q no PAGE4,31a C4 , LW, , ,,...,,,.,,., ,v A 'W . w X Q f N -V ' iw A A ' J, f f ,f J " '1?fFl"fl 1 1 X + Q ' 10 M 1 61711110 1, UMIRI H1 '-i tg-x, Q H ff x,,,+f5Lg,- .,,Mivf1,.L-C, -N -...j 5 ,,, ., .., .,.I"14L-,,,..,.,k-,.Q .L .....,...s.,,-.-- 1.-.......-s-"rx, xg - , W ..., -A.....-. ..,., ...,--v..NH,,.-,,,,..,w,, w1-,,,,-,M-,, ,, ,w-,,-A,,g-- ,,,.,, .,,,,,,,,, .-,-..-M..- -H-. . ,. -3:35--k i ar ' ... -nz . gg: 7 '5 Nh, E 4 'SSN' , .sn a::::gp K . -'--- 1 -ee. :i.::rsss'f 3 , 'SEM' X "'5w!3g!s5' ii---.52 qv., , 8, "nh , I 9.23 r ,.. in Z J. 1 4 Nf ll' 2' nil ,:tgMk f Q A 5 'Ms' , w ff' , 'IW K I f X Ili , - '??ii1? 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Assistant auditor, but preserves his incognito jby doling out pie in that benevolent institution known as the "Y" Profitteria. CATTS, "SYD": He cultivates a reticent exterior, believing that "still waters run deep". His striking appearance places him in the pugilistic class- CARO, ulVlR.,i2 Universally beloved by vocational men. fFor his signature when attached to an excuse blank.J His interest in a well-known syrup concern he keeps a secret. He knows the ropes, and never pulls the wrong string. HALL, ".lQHNNIE": The most popular man in the law college, and an unsuc- cessful nominee for all campus positions. Johnnie should play with boys his own age in the political game. DE WOLFE, 'iAN50NIAi,! The man of imposing carriage and conscious dignity. Uses his spinal column in lieu of a ramrod. He takes military work seriously and aspires to a shave-tail badge in the "Regulars.'.' GUNN, "WALTER": A necessary evil attached to the "Inn's" soda dispensing staff. He assures his friends that he will not spend another ten years of his youth in college, even though the faculty will continue to exercise such poor judgment as to withhold his diploma until he completes freshman English. KEEN, HVELVETUZ Successor to Van Huff, as majordomo of "Ramsey's stay and chew house". He is firm in the conviction that his "Savoir faire" is perfect. All of his waking hours seem to be occupied, but strange to say, he finds time to whisper nightly, sweet nothings in their ears. He thinks he kids 'em all. v BAYA, "DUKE": Nurser of hirsuitical appendages, which lend no little dignity to his "Appolo-like" physique. As a social climber he would make a good fireman, so rapid has been his advance. t REGERO, "BUD',: Rodolph Valentino's rival. He claims to be a successful rabbit hunter, preferring the night hours to pursue the innocent little bunnies. He must be an excellent fisherman, he spends so much of his time on the fish boat. HARRIS, "PETER'i: The infamous director of the "Masqueraders". He is re- sponsible for the regeneration of that decaying organ of public opinion, "The Alli- gator". Now it publishes his own opinions. It is difficult to determine which is the lesser of the two evils. SIMMONS, "BALLAD": An innocent, simpleminded lad, during the winter session. But in Summer School! "They go wild, simply wild over me." Our fair schoolmarms say, "He is the sweetest little snuggle-puppy that ever was cuddledf' YARNOFF, "COUN'1"': The direct descendant of General Hairalloff. A hair tonic enthusiast. Leader of the Cosmopolitan Party, and advocate of their aggressive policy. u v PERKINS, "RAT": Content to rest on his laurels as Poet Laureate of the "We know we are good" club. Great deference is shown him because of his relationship to "Royal Perkins". V CROFTON, uREPRESENTATIVEnI An embryonic senator. Recognized as an altruist, except by a discerning few. Has a sincere ambition to make Florida safe for Prohi- bitionists. Has never been known to court public approval, preferring to hide his light under a bushel. TERRY, NROYAL PaaK1Ns": ! ! I I I PAGE 321 D ' W j ' L6 Q 41711110 ff NV W 9 W . Fhf' ,..'wY f::f-fe-sf:,fxg-,:J,'I,,,,,T,1i ,xTg,g.4I:..5g"gQbVw:-Ji-064:-w. -'lwVl,l:::Ll:::tY-f:Z:x ,-A,ii AWLZJ-::m?iv':TY7Y .,,4d,,,, , l ., H F UMW' K WIQDMS W mwssa-xy, W GO5H!1mI5Sl'9 Yov'm.u. Gtr Oven Tnnr 1 I Amr .Tun Ong In Tune: Yu-au -8 1, .. P' GUESS wE'LL HAvETo i m.. " Move Ou- TH: Lnsr ,I by on . RHT Dunn Or llunc-cn Q, I 3 , sown 5 S Af Tn: Hssx- X9 Ulm -' Z S L3 f il H" '-'- f'2 N . M Y Q' '- f Team. 5 - L!! - u fp M aia' Q ff "024z ,' 'f , ,eg , ,f' ' ' , f Lprr mn nun. A ,, , vf'1,1. ,, ' ' If I ' '7 V A' I?-X'Gf4 sw A 'O ' 1 ' f X ff - f 4' Qs xx P Z 5 --f v Q 5 ' - , X .- - 4 , V - xl O ,' L Nw' . 'I g S QX , A f as ' X005-xiii' X . V ' Q 7 f, N' A 4-If-2Tf5':lii?:::2. 697' ""' - 'T :iq , .rf 1-2-:JL -W4 ' .. -1:-iabl Q 2 '2 Jil CF" 'W "MT"-f" "::mf'A PAGE '322 , Q 'fx A 5 4, 5 . fl' ll Q56 mf- -.1!t!-tg I A .. I ' f n I f Q"'f"X-. "ffl-lf-H'l4lli.QE4i"',' Iliiki..-s.'!'S1:f sig .., :-- D --.uzul J- In .... pltgxr 4 -WYQY , , my pix., , L yllff M A ' 9 ' . l SING THEM TO THE LADY, JACK! Louise-"I am so macl at Jack I clon't know what to do!" Agnes-"What about?" L.-"He knows so many naughty songsf, A.-"Does he sing lhem to you?" L.-"No, he only whistles the tunes." in-5.4 I IL-ITT I Rat-"Sir, I wish permission to he away three days after the end of vaca- tion." Dean-"Ah! You want three more days of grace?" Rat-"No, sir! Three more days of Agnes." ADVICE QPoemJ "Just keep the heart a-beatin' warm, Be kind to every fellowg Look for the rainbow in the storm, But-carry your umbrella! Be brave to battle with the strife, Be true when people cloubt youg Don't think that moneyls all in life, But-carry some about you! An' when it's time to shuffle off, An' you have done your mission, .lust put your trust in Providence- And call a good physician!" QIQ 220 PAGE 323 L Gjj 5 f , L l,,. Y1 Lixfll- I P ,-if 5 '-- , ' ' '-ff'--!:L 'JD . Nix' fff' 1 - Illlllllllzgt , X AN f fe L - 5 fi 9 ' ' - N-r ' I V Z R 615 "msn W. WITH A .sHAvr:. 27 rw P ' -5 Q X'- ' L w 1 45,56 L A ' WJ - VA ' I Q 2,2 J 1 BILL Conv RIDING Asour Tvwn Wrrnour A Gnu... ll Ls 5 GH ff 5 r 5 L 5 :Q '32 .. F13 ' , f -f?T" Pnon ELHLK Srunrso - i'4553f2:'i ,.-:-,amy - v 4 . ONA CHEM. Feonusm. ' "" X L THONA 6 HALL FULL I L JIMMY MELTON U31- ln Tr-os' Ac-r OF Pumsfune A Snxmwons. HHRVARD O OF C0-EDHA6. Tv OF T FLORIDA 115 MR mn onzms ofrm m mf conf TR UE. , gl 'JE' 4 4- . 1 ' ce Q WCM? V X , b mmm I L NGJ.l3975L Q Q 1 Q 2 2 Q PAGE 324 'R - V' A W E . I ' f r '5 . A GOOD REASON Coach Kline-fTelling of a case in class rooml--"One night the plaintiff's ass escaped from the barn and wandered over into the defendant's land. The next plaintiff in the case was hunting and fell into a hole, breaking He sought to recover damages injury. The court held that he action." day the the ass his leg. for the had no Dub Spencer--"Why was that, Coach -because he was trespassing?" Coach-"No, because he did not know his-MULE from a hole in the ground." ' BLRTT. ' FOUND! THE MISSING LINK INFIRIVIARY REPORT fTo be filled out by every studentj The information desired below is of no value whatsoever and not necessary to the good of the University. All questions should be carefully considered and the answers accurate but brief. Name .................................. Address ............................ Why were you born? ......... Address of your girl? ....................................,................ Have you other ladies' addresses? ........,............................ fWrite plainly belowl What is wrong with you anyhow? .....,... Is that all? ............................................. 1 ..... ...,....... What do you think of the mess hall? ........................... fEx press vividly? Were you ever kicked out of school? ......... Have you ever been a suicide? ......,........ Will you swear the above is the truth? Did you ever flirt with a nurse? .........,......................... When and where do you want to go fr om here? ......... ......... ............................. ...... ................ ...... . ....... .... 220 N PAGE 325 , T . 5 ' T 7. .16 Q, 61711710 6 ,V 'N Kamik! -' ,, ' W ,.,,-,,., My SQL----ig-bd ,,,, M , -::g'Q-LS' llkxx' : N 'FU' ' L .ff I ' 3""fl:v,Tfi-N fix pw - A A 1'-I-Inlrror-ur. - 5 g ' "' ,e "' ' , 2 " J ' ' h" XY Nr -li Q ,Q ,VS 0 f 5 ,2 . ,wif H , mg a ,Y - . U W - 4 L " Q5 as T ,JMKEEH 'A Q10 N' E Ymznoff uma WTATOR' F T Z .- BILLFIELDIHG Jovmome ER 'L' ER 'WITH H15 GIRL. fy, "0I55ff5iT?5AiiML'?k7 WF !f,f 2 47 I NTUDBIEMYATES WITH HIS AFRICAN oommoss. O WPT E mn I "4 nmzzv' Jones om U H THE "LINK.5f' S PFW L - T JIU NE HRIN - nuff sfo. 2 : M1 ' X xx I ,YM W - KV 1651, . ciilnsmsslllnma Q Q 2-1: V -f "f'Z'X cn I ,T 'mivmzn oznouncme Bob ljll'TLE'5wlLfEl - T 252 F27 QARE ART. DEBATE wma me 0 X wasuwamnn. J ,.f:B,T Q6 4391 mm ' W'fWW' " ""' ' 'WI' N Q' 4 ff!-f '- f 5 V -' f T T V T iiiiiimu .. nl fb ,, I ' ' 'QEAUTY HENDERSON, mm onown Amo H15 LATEST Laumer LIZARD, MUSICAL CREATION. Q Q 2 2 0 Q PAGE '326 7 ,Afgrlsng Lf ,-Q16 L 61131110 6 ,x CQN. -,Y ..,,.M,1A Hqf zHM:aif5-giiiacggesfaQAQf,,Q,3f,:u,gggk5E?,"sQmb f ,.,,, -m,,.,w YS W ff '-f 4 'Er ' Z ' '- ' hw Q " D 4' X 4 :Q ip xxx L s" , . 1 ,n w coAcH HLIHE c.ATHfnmr. L J j g . Zig? VIATERIAL. ig 1 ..-- ' " D.H.RAR-GENIUS. ,7.w'v"' .I x. f --an H ' -J' . - C97 'D NWA?-i 'Lsu-om curm 'ff N am X' MLMOND' wr Hamm: m nanmq fr. ,S imi mil' n.P.Pcnnms rmmz. nz. DRDDV OUN' H P SFIHMES ., U cormnuio. cso..sTAnLEY Q H ' DR. MURPHREE KILLING GOLF5. 1 'W I Q ,A 4,f ' ww' ' jf "'-A JVQKLCRAHAH TRYING TO -V SATIJFY me srunsrns, X 6 t: Yovcint yr k E 9,1 7- Z5 SZ - 1 , - E Q ,E A 4 "5 . -E E ZZ 'Q N a . . 1 5 SE :ia MR. WHITE, , . Q ol Q 2 2 QW,--..A.-.r PACE 7327 N, 1 Hu? V004 N EEE N. vf "' ragg a gg! wzzfgo 6 J , ' 6 ,V 7 i f rw ff ALACHUA COUNTY MOONSHINE '6Come on, fellers-all pileiin, .lust a little pleasure spin, Out of neutral into low, Second and back and oil' we go. Yep--we took that corner fastg Nearly hit that guy we passed. See that look he gave us? Cranky old slow speedin' cuss. Anyway we're out of town Where we don't have to creep around Now, old gal, come take your juice, Limber up and cut 'er loose. Ain't she hittin' line, though, boys? Slips along without a noise. See me hit that farmer's dog- Felt like it might have been a log. Dogs should keep themselves inside, When a feller wants to ride. Clippin' now at sixty-two- Think it's fast enough for you? Gosh-we almost hit that carg Bet he thinks we're going far. Wonder how he likes to eat Dust kicked up by this gal's feet? There's another piggie dead: Caught him right behind the head. See that bunch of feathers fly? Well--a chicken's just got to die. G I- 4 I I What! You are a nurse, you say? Then, where am I, anyway? Hospital? We had a wreck? Lost my head but saved my neck! -Anonyme . 9 US. f'nl. Q 2 20 up : :QU PAGE 328 fmlm . I f?.5'1h i. 16 521731110 6 0 AS WE ARE. w UNEXPECT ED AS OUR ' PROF5 SEE USE? HEADLINE IN THE "ALLIGATOR" MFLORIDA Suoors UNIVERSITY or TENNESSEE." Poor Tennessee! YOU KNOW IT, PERCIVAL! Voice from bath room-"Hey, Billl' Got any Ivory soap'?,' Bill-"Wassa matterg want to wash your head?" First Student-"What did your fath- er say about the report card?" Second Student--"I donat know. He is not over the shock yet." EXPLAINED "What kind of a girl is Louise?', "Well, she has had a sofa in hen home two years and it is as good as new." I f ll ' L .1 i l 3' 5 l l l 1 Q "X'N'X.. N. xf' wus Mnwuues -'M Artist-"What do you think of my new picture?" Visitor-"As far as I can see it is O. K. 79 O QIQZQG ,E ..0 PAGE 329 H. ,jf 1' 67 f- -' I? we ff? 5 .V I n z f I-We My I 'W S 1 l 414 iw . L9 ,I f I .'Wf2fw' W' w ilk I, - 16 Q., 61151110 1' L7 , ,.l. .:1l.1l'55lll?i"fl'L.fftb:f'.,,,,. 4lrjag.-:riTQ'L,gwggggg Llfjui Trxxl.. fl? 0. V on Hem , if I A :TL . -g, ggi. 1 122 ""fl 'Tiff' -.. -an l ' ' ' I ' ' f f I ,Lv o.nu5 MALPMuf2s -'24 A SOPHOMORE'S MEMORY HIS RAT YEAR THEATER "THE WORLD", FINAL ACT In the Parlor. lNotice-Scarcity of light.l "May I kiss you?,' H 4 . "If you do I will tell Father." ' Silence. "Er-I forgot to tell you that he scarcely ever believes anythlng I tell lum Again silence, but more of it and more interesting. "-'.":.:2:L.1f::::f:::::'::-fl-L-.1-Q' .,.,' ,:.-4-.-gzrzzzlg CD 2 2 O ' PAGE. 330 w . l. ,. I 3 f ygfh. G - 7 ! J I I L IHBMLHPI fr'-x f1L-ueygqpm N.. 4. ,.- . ,,.,.W -, ,X Q f,.L-?mYfe-1,-1 2 ,QV f - -- ,::,T1-- -Q----+4----A----T---A::,:,1 1, All X ,f - sp x X X 547112-'SEZ-SK' -'iiszfff LUCKY FELLOW! Q' ,g f - . h X 1, if F-.- ight,- :'5'-I,-::,'t1E'5 -"E-:L-ze "JA M 7' E ' -- ' .--rl.. -. 2222E5ff2EE:-esEE::sa 125 55295 Q A -' L - e- Af i ? ' f-':::A - size -L -31,142 ' -. i ' .. .,,,2r ,-Lf Q " 43. 0 l 3 if Y- H sf' 2 YW X -4- HHI11 'Eg- I ll an.m'r- OH, 'SHO YOU'RE DA GUY WOT'S TURN- IN' DISH SHTREET AROUN'! Friend to proud Father--"Now that your son has received his BS. in C.E., I suppose he will get his M.S. and Ph.D." Father lafter a little thoughtl--"Not if I have anything to do with it. He is going to get a J. O. B. in the A. M." Dr. Leake fspeaking of a certain sen- ator?-"As' a senator, he is a jewel of the first water--on the brain." A man named DuBose met a girl, Who lisped through her teeth of pure pearl. "I'll hug you or kiss you," he swore with an oath. She cried with surprise: "Oh, Mister Du Both!" Dr. Bristol lto class after a student has handed in an exam paper in Hfteen minutesl-"This, gentlemen, is the dif- ference between passing out and passing up." X Liv 4 an l ' 41 9" ' H U ""'!.,. mlIllll - l t ' 7 A l m 7-'U ll lf' 1 L j in M' "Is your son Heck home from col- lege?" "Reckon he is. Ainit seen my car for a week naow." o lo Q 2 2 1 msc,-L: TQ PAGE 331 Q , SEMINOLE ACCOUNTS CREDIT Cash on hand 1last year's surplusj ................... ........ .......... 35 6 ,785.32 Seniors 180 at 5,550.00 eachj ...................................................... ...... 4 ,000.00 Other classes 1920 studentsl..f.g ....................................................................... 92.00 141589 copies of the Seminole sold at 354.98 1bargain salej ............................ 22,899.11 Received from advertisers 1exlra and special work of business managerj .... 111.00 Received from campus organizations .............................................................. 2,566.00 Received from printer for privilege of printing book ...................................... 200.00 Received from engraver for privilege of engraving book .............................. 200.00 Received from photographer for privilege of photographing students ........ 300.00 Received from express company, for privilege of carrying our plates and copy .................,.........,.......................................................................... 500.00 Received from Florida State College for Women for putting in Sponsors 1advertising ratesl .................................................................................... 10.00 Received for special advertising, from A. A. Murphree, J. M. Farr, J. R. Benton, and others 1at 550.50 eachj .......................................................... 3.00 Received from postoffice for privilege of carrying the letters of Seminole staff to their sweethearts ............................................................................ 584.4-6 From Woman's Club for making our home there .......................................... 135.00 From Ames, Winfield, Stansfield and others for change of nicknames . 1355.00 eachl ........ 2 .......................................,.....................................,......... 25.00 Total ......... .......... S 38,4-10.89 DEBIT Salary to four editors at 352,000 each ................,..............,...................... 3 8,000.00 Salary two assistant business managers at 32,000 .................................. 4,000.00 Carfare for Judge Cockrell to make arrangements with printer 1Gator . Special one way-he walked backl .................................................. .08 l1f3 Car for editor in chief 1to save on carfarel .......................................... 6,000.00 ' Cigars 1two for Dr. Murphreel ............................... ..... . 05 1 Cigars 11,000 for staffl ................................................. .................... 1 ,0O0.00 To Budget Committee for permission to breathe .................................... 500.00 Azalea Tea-house for bottled tea .............................................................. 3,271.50 To bail out editor in chief, assistants, business manager and others .... 7,500.00 To senior law class, retained as counsel ............................. L ....... L ............ ' .67 ' ' Hush-money to current cusser 1R. A. Marsicanob .................................. .13 2X3 Meals for Seminole staff while waiting to be bailed out 113 meals gachy ................................................................................,,....,..,.,,,,,.,., 234,00 Salary business manager ................................................. ........................ 7 ,904-.00 In treasury for next year ......... ..... , 95 ' Total ....................... ......... 3 38,410.89 .QJIQQQG 34-QE 1132 fx AN G45 rr, l. ' Gyfe ggywgzigok' A9 MEN If you play with the hearts of women, Be they old or merely maids, Be sure, my son, you'll regret it, As sure as spades are spades. You've laughed and joked with others, boys, At the way you've strung them along, Never considering the pain you've caused, Nor thinking you've done any wrong. But wait! Sometime you'll really love, And then you'll begin to pay, For the hearts you've broken will give you no In your dreams, your work, or your play. You'll see their faces as you talked to them- You'll remember the look in their eyes, As you spoke of love and other things, And, oh, how youill hate those lies! For the day you bind yourself in love, With a girl so wondrously fair, You'll think of the hearts you've tritled with, And you'll begin to doubt SHE'S square. Those days of fun will come back to you, And the question you'll ask will be: "I've fooled and played with a dozen girls- Do you suppose she's fooling me?" When you kiss the lips of the girl you love, As you leave her at her door, You'll wonder, in spite of everything, If she has been kissed that way before. For the things she does-the innocent- Will fill your heart wtih doubt, And the minutes you spend away from her, Will tear your heart-strings out. You'll never think she's doing right, Though she does, and triesuher best, You'll be jealous of every man you see, And think she loves the rest. For you'll think of the many girls you've kis And you'll reason that this is true: "The things I've done with the other man's The other to mine can do!" -Contri sed, buted. rest, girl, 91922 D PAGE 333 -:IQ mx Y X V K J -NNT: NIQX K ' , f 1 f, J L7 f -fh'fL.E- .L LQQYAAL- 47,16 6011110 6 A-J 'H-- W' "" ' " "' ' V . , --A EMI WE QTH E -COACH KLINE mf, PLAY TENNIS? E 1 l I 4. a fee? ' 1 ' FDUTLER DQESSED 'A LA D.V.D roRTRAcK? f- , ,.f- I 'J-- . V-:YLAQ- :+' -How MANY 1 - - A COBWEB5 . THERE Aus A -' A I IH Tnawom? i "': ,,L,, mn!! V K CC If'9fH0T""" CWGIKOU K 0 X Q 7 1 , . A 1' 'M-2 -FRANK WE-ST PUNCH fa-' Q f M 2 'O ' f , . - Ll 1? -Hz ' v A MEAL TICKET? ' 5' "P v F 5 , V 'Z r L ck I -How IT'-'TICKLES5 You TO HEAR Q ' A YouRsELF SAY' 'tucxooxlwnfm 1 , ,, --Vi I . ,. , I Ig ! xl,-Lgkffli-In I, V U.N5obgR?:,::..lL,.., I L - . A Y . , . .. ,. H Q f 1 -How mucH BETTER You FEEL L " ., -How ELANK A ELANK SPACE - COULD 5-E? ,E ' ' AFTER AH HOURS HAP an CHAPEL? 151- RTTT 019220 -PAGE --334 0 1529. , ' 0 X .gnzzfly 6 COLLEGE P0'TRY A rat from Miamizon I tried to love her near the old mill, Put nighties of his Cramazon, One starry summer's night, The reason that- - She shook her head, and sweetly said: He was too fat- "Not by a dam site." To get his-own Pajamazon. Breathes' there a man with a soul so dead, U Who 'never to himself has said, As he banged his toe against the bed- ! ! ! l 1 'I A ily' and a F L E in school . What a queer funny bird a frog are, Found the faculty had a rule. p When he walk he hop most, Said the fly, "Let us Flee!" Whenfjie ,sit he squat most, Said the F L E, "Let us Fly!" And he got no tail-hardly most. So they fiew for the good of the school. lThe following, ye gentle reader, will find a real gem ol' poetic inspiration which one of the Seniors desired to put, in place of al-detailed write-up of his campus activities, in the Senior section, unfortunately the poet failed to turn the verse in on time. The staff, however, decided the Annual -couldi-not do without it.l - ' t ----'- R. P. T. Look beneath my compeers' faces, You will see they have climbed to lofty places, In politics they are archimagesgf A Oftimes in studies thaumaturges, To appear with this synomosya Is honor enough for nematoclea. QILQ QAQG-ee A O 'PAGE' 335 "1 uri- 'X 5 A fi I N , ,.-,, .mee fil.wwau.vft'f.sseL W'fia+a.if,f1 ' gg. emzigofi' ,J GTV OENT FOI-.IEICS -fx ,- F, Sophomore -- "Which would you rather be: A bigger fool than you look, or look like a bigger fool than you are?" E Rat fafter, supposedly, deep thoughtl -"I guess I'd rather look like a bigger fool than I am." Sophomore-"Impossiblel" dl 8 ' 'll.'ffTarr7. .Fl CCH l f awk as film AO f',f'f9'ff ,xcx I V dv, , Elf rl! O 5 f ' I 'lljiflkpll I ffl I f .P I FW it .I l Qtr 0 l X :Il .gig it-I lib X X' l l j it f in Q :rf Q! ,,,, 2 -wk l j -f 1 ""fW5,,frv11giLl.lvl2l- ' THE POWER BEHIND' THE THRONE Francis-"Pete, do you use Wood- berry soap?" Pete - "No, I am using Curren Webb's soap this semester." "Admiral" Crofton Qconducting class in absence of Prof.J-"All those who are not here please raise your right hands." 3 .1 Z 'E -Q" -h 3 -.f Q ..,. 1 ., .. i V Stranger-"Much moonshining going on here in Gainesville?" Native-"Couldn't say off-hand. How many barrels do you want?" CJ - ol Q 2 QQ- U PAGE, aaa f f? he . Je ejfzzggokl 0 "'M...",'FLi- I , fy V fffffflfllllfmh ,:',, AA 3 I C wap f ae f Q , V ' oo JAzzABo Max musu IVIALLOOVELA GAS Armin Au. uns Pnora av ms bnnmancs How Rnmcsfs OWL moms Pfxofs an ufswun, THEY FELT or ms new Ano .wv,"No'mmc-'s sn cn.Ass. THERE." HE .SPOOTED THEM HINDOO AND SPOOFEDTHEP1 AND JUST WHEN YOUNG GAS MADE THE E :H GREEKH SCHOLNRSHIP FRAT Tm TH EY sm. HES sum: AH m'rcm.uo:nT Youne Owa.,m Tue Mw. cnwg ms mor A FREQK MEAN BAT , Wllnlllflfllllgmx 'Nnf' -Q - V A : is Q , .2 b , , f , I . , I ' - - ' ?lL, I f' A lx " 4 ' - I ' A 9' i if 5: :Q ' f Q. ,I 51f5E:- .Irr- U - ' -B-sr ' I , f, 1 1, 1 , ,i .Y . , 1 1 ,' N. QS? - Now GM :msn caan mon sv.s1cr1 IN -vrm.Leo To KEEP 'rnncx orvmes ew wmcu uc as WHILE Owl. mms cnown rucu smc: THEY cmncn mm Fawn .scnooa.,, Fon HE'5 GOT A PUNCH unc THE mm om CALLED. Hels DEAN oF'rHz con.u.:c,s or Hmou Ano , mum. GREEK, H66 CHAMPAHUTHEY HAND nm LONG GREEN Fon WHICH HE PULLS Down 1'nm'rY BERRIES BY 'rue suns, A A WEEK, Fon usme ms HAHE on HNRTONIC ADS. APon.oon:s T0 oouoaru- l'FR0TIl- -5 , m.n-rf. GJ ' 'S ' " 1 Q 2 2 " 'Z' S 'S 0 PAGE 337 Q E ' 41,3 HEI E 7 D C7 'Mn . E g,-TL EJWV,-:E-1 , f W D J , ii! , X:3,,.f 1 'Xl' 'K-'i-'-"-'M ---"4"- --W- A GREATER FE D ADDITIONS TO BE MADE TO THE MUSEUM V DEAN TRU65LER'5 VELOCI PEDE '1'r'.2'-:'g- 5-E ,,... 'unanEArAeLE' Bnswnr - BUILT AT THF GATOR CAFETERM FOUNDRY. ' '- V---Fi-.-FH, - ,gf-Ei ,,. Y -VV B' we KA. roomaxusu 5 ' ffl? . A Q Ax "v . .K , Qt , 4. 4 1, 'ff' ..-..A..T.HIN6..0.E THE .. armor: PMT. ibwwf 605' 1 anew: wwf - E :gn sm! 00 s E ' Q? ' no , j,,04,vw N0 om bm ron 5 "fcou.s- aura ' Q,f?.LJv. ov - ff f' 1 oR.cRow5 cms-noone. l if ww? C- 4 f.: 'K Z' VOL.I oF'HowTo cur 750 cu4S5fS AND ser AWAY wma IT' BY ' f- wn. JEACLE. ' 'Zi' 1? , - .3 I I I - W 1 ' 1? HAwrvsHAw'5 ARSEHAL. L-.T 0111 THE AI6' Towel.. A , . My 1' ff , 'ff , ' A . THE 5aRD'woT " - Dorff THIS '33, N fwf f scnnmum. 7 f I K 'ZZ X ,E 1-iz if Q., ,f my fn 2 ' If 1 x 2 X 2 ,gur- f G 5 2 2 5' 5 5 2 " F 5 9 A f jx fy QE 9 24 1 fl xl fm f'fQll7l'NX Q.-J12,!'f'l1nf,,,l px ' , lf! 51"- v, U 2' f 9 "' . 1' f. f Xu- ' im ,1-1-" D 1 xxxx X 2 ,...fdh 6 , ..... I Mfg .l.- 2 I I M' CHIEF MUJH-U1-THE'-MOUTH. our : nMr1v's'chvE Pnsssmrm A0 55 W M' DEVO. A some IN' '5P1RuT "-. ' . r -1-L 1:2-L1-:T :LL f .kgfligu I Q 2 2 Q.E..EY E RAGE n - ' a 53 5 . L he ,IZ w Goo Docuen A BONE VVHEN HE MADEN- .' A CO"E.D -9 7- an I rrryvmrrwznffmffff f rf ' fvvvffff l"'ffffff 1 ff f 4 .-. ,......L..--fp :nw lc ls ts I1 0 tre- J'-TEV" 1-uv C-:Lass-.P f:3 '- . ' to WW h 1 I'tlQ'NW ' 'wi I fx y p f f G' ' X A I WONDER I wonder what the printer thinks, Who sets-these foolish rhymes, Upon his pounding linotype, QFor these are Business Timesi. I wonder if he shifts his quid,.. . And grins and thinks of mc- And paraphrases Puck to say, "What fools these students be.' 3 I wonder what the public think, Who read--I hope-this lay, - Or if they really read at all What College Yearbooks say? Should I, in penance for my sins, Be forced to read such stuff, I'd know how Macbeth felt when h Yelled "Quit, Mac--hold! enough ,--.--3.1. -1, O. MALPHUQ5 C pa QIQQQQ Q ,Lo PAGE. , 339 6756 3112 zlgofc' A3 Q' to 1' u.5i?::tg.el "AS-l'li'1?3?w.i' ig' .. E - ye olde eatingihoppe GIVE UP ALI, HOPE, YE WHO ENTER HOPELESS Prisoner-"Have I got to be tried by a jury of women?" . Counsel-"Be quiet." Prisoner-"I won't be quiet! My lord, I can't even deceive my own wife. let alone twelve women - I plead guiltyf' 1 f liffl' I etll f TO CAESAR-cAEsAR's 535 QL-4,1 ZZ Coach Kline-"What are bottomry 'r , :Ll ff, and respondentia bonds?" X .- Bob L.-"Great Caesar knows, I ' don't." V ' Coach,-"Sit down. Great Caesar l gets the creditg you don't." 3' I f f N '--ew L 5 SUMMER SCHOOL PAGE 34-0 'xx .5 Z5 Q9 Q N 7 I! ,ififxlyr .4 L , E x' je 6 V V,-1"-v. X ' ' -,W uv 'V' I A , A 77 MOL' A9 .F f 2 I f .I- Z f , 1 YOU GETA LITTLE NOTE F DEAN REQUESTING YOU T0 ss W! AA f W K f , as Q go Q f? fl 4 ,AF ff 7..',7,' - AND YOUARE TERRIBLY SCARED Q ! i yv 5 f,"'.. 211, f V lf?-A 1 7 ,f .. -2 f ff 67 ff -YOU REMEMBER FAINTLY OF ING ABOUT TEN HOURS LAST --J 1-P' J 0 2: 5 Q 5 Q - AND YOU JUST DREAD THE .SIGHT OF THE DEAN yi Q Ill EIT! -'DUT FINALLY YOU FORCE YOURSELF T0 ENTER HI5 SHNCTUM, 'N ff! !xf?9i'Y147-7-5-E'YuM 1a +f T"""F' -H E- 2 'L -AND FIND IT WASALL A MISTHKE 0 V Bom AINTQ' A GQ-g-A-up Quo 5.4019-I-OUS FEEL ' ,,,. ,-xffv ,P 31 'f'Fl-7'H- DEE-DUN - 5 Im J., za- BLR' -. L.-..:.Lfa1Q 220 'U PAGE 341 W 1 -.. W fi? Fifi' ' wbi, . Uq- 'W 1 'iff' , , Q7 we 5750 Q f 1111110 'f N W if"4f3iT'45'5'1'':'5Q,fQ1""T"?gjT1 "4 Y ' A'f i' ": ' v :' A ., xg! THERE ARE ALI.. KINDS OP x U S ff - n F' ..1f'.,f url , 0' ,, .- ' f MP' , MMM" 'M QTJTTLE H? 4 'X QQ 4:14 'fy if TDARLINIH 1' L BMI? '.:, ' '-: f'm-M 3 X' A IIN A Vinum flxmuk GNP-L AND ,q MA 1 ,H Q! 'wi' Qxv ul Q , mg 5 ' f Z. -4 14:57 S13 'UN 0 AU 33 ff-2' "x 1' Zh L gi3f'f.7"' I -,--Q DISQUALIFIED FOR UNNECESSARY ROUONWEW Am: HE wowcamao 1 VVHY THEY l.AUl:HLl.f M cs V' 5 , 3 ,- vfi f 'vmlmf H, , W X mM ,S . f f ITNINI-C H... CRAS5 oven' k wi 9 W , J ,f ' AFRICAN I ff, I fllfl'-'W 5 Tom: N :If Om Vlermauks :lsr '34 " '10 Q I C7 2 ,. G:Q-.LA...-- v ,,,,,, A , PAGE 342 fl -flxn Ax I ,W X T N f K 67717110 6 Q, .N-Arr, '.. 5 CML- ' ceconurs sum-ms - FOOLISH QUESTIONS . """Dw""5 'gBill, why cannot a bicycle stand 57-I-. . Fad! rv., L-gm' rig ' f. .9 4 ri, I' :Ill X' ' l I-I 1 in 1 "' :- Il Busby had a girl named Passion, Gather round while I relate, She wasn't so good looking, But, ye gawds! how Passion-ate. ll na :HI an vw 'nn lllln ll! l-lil -J HQ 'W ' I ? ,. 1 .r:..- ' ,:: if Manages- nv.4l :nk '-In 4" QT' -Iliff' Jill: fl X ' i 4::::gj ::::1 'ml 4 F I ' ::n' , nu- E 'll ,. ,f , 9 ., .1 lla Vffiiw ' L u I' -.5 It In nn ""l"""' :. null: igl ff? 'f llllll l:s-ln yy X642 1 . -fuiiH:'2n:"' fff:-1 ig, - -f . ---5:E,t::,:: I 14"-M2254 I hr v- i:.-. 'F ' 1 gf r ' ' l ,A A "1 4":::. 4 '-l '!l H 533 W O ' .-.klrigi Q H ff 1 DON'T FORGET THE HONOR SYSTEM! "Bening for the exam?" "Yes-and I am going to pray hard for Divine assistance--in order to get through." Tl' "'lVlanl Don't do that! It would be a violation of the Honor System". AT SCRIPT DANCE Boy--"Where are you from?" Girl-"Providence" Boy-"Are you?" Girl-"No-R. I." up?39 "I don't knowf' "Because it is two tired." .,...,...,...., . "Why is the moon spoken of as the silvery moon?,' "'Cause it always comes out in halves and quarters." "Why do we keep cows?" Bright Ag.-"For fresh butter, milk, eggs and cheese." 'cms Nmpnums- 24 THE LIGHT THAT HAD TO FAIL ol Q 2 Q 0 ,.l,s,,,,.,.,..-.,. .PAGE 343 ,sffmf '. 16 cgiwgzigodi .9 , ' f --,x 4 y-3. f- -- x., ..-,.., .... e 'I' 44-E Assy? - L v L, L ,- ""-2:5-L f AN EXPRESSION OF GRATITUDE Before ,going to press we must not forget to show at least some slight outward sign of gratitude: ' , To those who in their tireless efforts have contributed toward bringing the volume itself to completion through the donation of their various talents. To those who have given so unselfishly of their time and effort in compiling and arranging the copy. ' " To thosemendowed with artistic ability, who have labored so arduously, to conceive and execute such appropriate illustrations as would enhance the beauty an-d dignity of- the book. ' -' - To those artists who had observed the humorous side of campus life, and to whom entire credit is due for the comic section. To our friends and patrons who have subscribed to space in the advertising section, thus making the Seminole a financial possibility. To all of thesewe tender .our deepest appreciation and heartfelt thanks for their services, and' sincerely trust that their reward may be realized in the success of the nineteen twenty-two -Seminole. ' ' , ' THE EDITOR. In retaining the same cover and design as was used on the 1921 Seminole, it is our purpose to standardize the appearance of each volume of Florida's year-book, henceforth. We trust that the succeeding staff will aid us in establishing this precedent, through the use of this cover. and a reference to the aim of standardization. fx GN Wi ,, 'vig H N Vw, . ' Q ' N-vfiNrl1111j B H X? ei 6 U QHigi s QQ 5 53' -Q' We W Q i AH ia 38-fgaqwa 2323 cs, eseteeaes-as THE CURTAIN FALLS AND THE PLAY ENDS Q '. 4919 220s O WAGE 344 . 1 -1 -.f 5.1 2 lf, lf'- ,T , X Q' 4: N "x ix fm -J' px NN. 'K A"-. -.tv 'hs Hn! V. ' ' ' -' I l' " Y ' ' ," '7 F' n, 'll'-D-ffl? fgllf K.. gl K QSITIIZHIUA7 ,Q 7 E A ff" , , ATT' fG'?igLg,q 5.11-,4,,fTl-,,, Q. e e ,,, -e .. e Standard Clothing Ca. Jacksonville Jiyorzizfa Eisi fax! .7Wway.s' College Meds Clothing a Specialty See Us and Be Satisfied an mal Q 2 2 e ee all 0 PAGE 346 A 1- tfrfm or a A WL-ski, , " -5 N A 16 L 17111110 If -..Q P 1,w"'l Hgh 412.1-. , pl 1 A ,svgh .- .',.-Mjif"-.f",f 111 - -Q- Q "5 A ,.,,,,g.L:A1 ,,,,:. 1E"H'!Jf5hrJ1m1QH-u.h , :-:L '-::, '-4-4 'rn if 1---'A -.-Q-. -- .lr-: -:L::'rf'? -.. .ww ,-s---cr: .454 -. ,. ,. , , N-iam.. . Q No PLAGE une HUME AND MILLER 'S ASK FOR OVER-SEA BRAND PRUDUGTS GUNSUIJDATEIJ A GRIJGERY GUMPANY Sole Distributors JACKSONVILLE TAMPA PENSACOLA MIAMI Qi,.:::l1::,:::1::,:.'-.2319 l O SODA CANDIES NUNALlY'S "Coolest Spot in Jacksonville" West Forsyth Street ICE CREAM REFRESHMENTS Q 7 1 PAGE 347 ia ae ia f f Mig t e' "JA ,'1f+?. Q Q'?flxg5i:L Q , 01111110 1: ,el U ,i.,u.n.iillLlll3!L.l,'VL " lei? -,.: .I llafi.'ieL2?..:1-L f".' W 'f?l'.i:I'.:Qi.1-Q'-gl "'- - ,, - ,-,:,::w HL.: J A , v S Jef 1 e i e e a ,.4 Moorman Parrish and Charlie Capers congratulate , a, 1 you on this splendid year. Q W Education and protection help you lay the foundation ' Eiiilkfi for a successful life. 31,51 l1-- 1541 Egg! 4:f!3g'gg'f.ZI3y t:'iii Ef5" Value your life and earning capacity by protecting ,5fi:3g3 ii1i X - them with Life Insurance. 31211111 iQ i HIE ,J y ' ig1 INTER-soumfnn LIFE msuniucf cn. ' eemxi i"' To FLORIDA OFFICE, GAINESVILLE l THE BON TON If we please you with our service, we are pleased. We appreciate your patronage and friendship. JOHNSON'S FANCY CANDIES STATIONERY Telephone 264 CONFECTIONERY 4 no ..-vol O '2 Zo. PAGE 348 Q22 f' 1 q . .J X ' j"' iw ,I " . ' AW" -" ' i N1r5:i?' , , Z6 cSZ17g1i10L',x9 new A A- sw- ro WE BELIEVE IN YOUNG MEN AND ARE DISPOSED TO HELP FINANCIALLY THOSE WITH CHARACTER AND ABILITY FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK "A FINANCIAL STRONGHOLDH Resources Over S15,000,000.00 IT PAYS TO TRADE AT ' FURGHGIITPS Florida's Busiest Department Store For over 53 years this great de- partment store has been accommo- dating Jacksonville and has also served the entire state through an efficient shopping service. FUHGHGUTPS ENJOY A MAXWELL IIOUSlf C0ffEIf Good to the Last Drop 19226 o " LO ' PAGE 349 , N, I A QIY, toy .,.T: "'. Q-Y' p lf " f f 3 3-6 L C "Z U10 C -yXQ::"vY?'1-Aflgfvi Fi., - Ni----4.---Y-, 1: -4:-:L-Pda. Y. - f, , -1 -: Buy lax Biscuits Cookies, Cakes and Crackers deliciously light and crisp I and fresh jacksonville B tt Wi :Oneotthe 122 Ki d. Recognlikeflrby asezrown edge and goldelia greater. Works , Class Rings, Pins and Medals, Hotel Sem1n01e Love Cups, Trophies and Prizes Steel Fire Proof Clubs or Committees in search JACKSONVILLE, FLA. of articles appropriate as prizes for athletic events or presentation pur- 200 Rooms - poses, will find it easy to make se- lections from the stock of Rates from 952.00 up HEADQUARTERS FOR snesnlflfsicnnsnvco. JEWELERS Chas. G. Day, Manager NOTED FOR QUALITY Jacksonville, Florida Associated Hotels: V Hotel Savannah, Savannah Hotel Patten, Chattanooga Selection packages sent upon The Annex, Chattanooga request -N ,,.f -.-...---,s.h.f, 1 o Q in Y- GFP . 2 e to .PAGE 350 -s .t . fi fp, , 5 . W Q X 6 A f' f Ili' ffl' el1feef3iq2,.,gl,2,,s, WIC' 67111110 C ,.. ff? 'W' ix " '- X I AQ'-15-J fi .:Ls l, A ,.,.AA ...,.,,,,,, ,,, t,-evWw Q me .Lf - '---,--- 1 . ,, . ,-., .ai ..,-,-v,.a-.,:-..-rn--1 A --- 4 fl ll I 'Nr 1 vi ....-.J 1 ollegians find the newest styles and best values at orter's Our service to College Men is based on an intimate knowledge of cor- rect, refined style-notable for its elegance rather than bizarre treatments. In Alabama, Tennessee, Florida and Louisiana, Porter's is headquar- ters for College Men, who look to us for their clothes in a matter of course way that tells of their absolute confidence in our stores. WE ARE EXCLUSIVE AGENTS FOR: EDERHEIMER-STEIN CLOTHES HIRSH-WICKWIRE CLOTHES KNOX HATS BOYDEN SHOES All of which are lines famed for their quality and style distinction. Mod- erate prices prevail. Make Porter's your headquarters-glad to have you drop in any time. .yaorier Caloifzbzy 0. BIRMINGHAM p JACKSONVILLE NASHVILLE NEW ORLEANS Q ' .... Q 1 2 2 G --My i .PAGE 351 6 9 W . K if M Q.-. A 3, A Q A piqfigsjj-14'N C756 LSC!!! U10 U Y SEND US YOUR MAIL ORDERS YOU WILL BE PLEASED WITH OUR SERVICE Fancy and Commercial Stationery, Books ing, Athletic Goods, Artist and Drafts men's Supplies, Wedding and Society En graving. Largest Store of this kind in the South . g TH: HJ.-mu. JACKSONVILLE, FLA 1 1 . . SIATIUNIFK 5001! IND ANI 5 THRE. The I. H. C. Line 7 ,ing nearly a century's experience 1- ' in the manufacture of farm equip- ment and a quality of after sale service that is only fully appre- A line embracing a tool for every purpose, backed by a company hav- s . West Duval Street ciated when promptness and effi- ciency mean dollars and cents to JACKSONVILLE you. V I llllI!llIolIi0IItll HMVPSIEI CUIIIIJGIIY L I Of America "Say It With Flowers" JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA A U o l Q 2 2 PAGE- 352 -L., ,. ,,,., . ,Q . A -2 use:-Lfsstii 5 f-.7:----.- -Aflfg?-211111:-f if few 3 Pictures, Framing, Kodaks, Photo Finish- Wy 'i' . , 1 I Q f Q L 0 L AIIQ ?!? K A UW ' '10 ff f-N7 CJ -Q-A'-'v--e---H - ---- -------M ---f '- ---W-' -- -f--Y-sql:-,iv-'fl YTQL ef--- ..YY we1:11Q:1f,:,,,,1-1-2:17, V..,,,T D rw N V FLORIDA'S GREATEST NEWSPAPER The Jflnriha Metropolis VALUES THE FRIENDSHIP OF STUDENTS AT THE GREATEST STATE UNIVERSITY IN DIXIE "THE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA" Society Brand Manhattan Clothes Shirts 9 S can HARVEY'S We 24 Forsyth Street O L JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Dobbs 5th Ave. Stratford Hats Clothes A 0 I Q 2 2 0 A ,Le Q no . PAGE .353 ff? l I eeaae eee l fIZ"ff'9fff?f I ff W, c33CULTUR'4z QOO ER b e v umm eo g et untill' '23 Q HBUSEEWHEHUEE Q ER HLHZ ER 5 V will is sp as ""iQ'zsii:,'2?" IDEAL FERTILIZERS IDEAL INSECTICIDES Manufactured in Jacksonville Used in every section of Florida-Gives best results all the time Wilson G Ioomer fertilizer Co. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA Established 1893 This Space Donated by Jembzole Advertisers have the interest of AMBRUZE comm MARTIN The University at Hem Jacksonville, Florida TRADE WITH THEM 4 t,,..o..9 I 0 2 2 e PAGE 354 if 0 , .- ,r H 'qx' ,,,, 'YH , k A-5. H A.-- . ... " . wbm- gg, itizens-Hmerican ank and rust omnany T OF TAMPA, FLA. "The Big Bank at the Big Building" Capital 31,000,000 Surplus and Undivided Profits Over 3S500,000 DIAMONDS, WATCHES JEWELRY BECKWITH - RANGE. JEWELRY C0. THE HOUSE OF QUALITY 410 Franklin St. TAMPA, FLA. "SAY IT WITH CANDY" To do honor to the lady simply present her with a box of MARTHA WASHINGTON or PAGE 8: SHAW Candy and you will have merited an appreciation that several times that sum in dollars and cents, otherwise spent, would not have accomplished. Martha Washington Candy at 351.00 per pound Page 8a Shaw Candy at 31.25 per pound Mail Orders Carefully Filled MARTHA WASHINGTON 606 Franklin Street TAMPA, FLA. , 1 CJ T LH 6:1 -'z'1 ..:: e.g::.:-...,,, -- , PAGE U4 ',:, , .: gg ,,,, ., - A f-ff,-9 l . l, .il U ,L W . , .ogg .'f A , 7, A0 Q 01111110 lf ,.,, .il A ,H-., . , i 1.1 N. A Y Q .,,..,.hmflxlJlJ5HlQ-A' .r.1':1TA.A.g.lix.-zfir:Q.:: . .!x,g::Qg.:..,..-51-N '-V. ff. ,, , I., ,,,..,,,,s,,,,- ,,,,,,,,v A ,,,,,,, A ,. w,,, , m7,, . ., , . , . ., , ,Xvh3,,,.,, asf. ..,,,,-r,,r, ,A ,,,,, W,,,,.,,, ,, -,,,,,,,. new WE CHAMPION THE CAUSE OF FLORIDIANS Almost everybody in Florida knows Knight Sz Wall Company, "Boost- ing Florida Day and Night." We have spent our own money to familiarize Floridians with Florida, to introduce busy Florida communities to each other, in paid advertisements over our signature. And we are glad to have this opportunity to communicate our heartiest greetings to the State University-for we realize that from this institution will come leading citizens of Florida in the future-men who will do things, themselves, and direct the efforts of others-all for the greater advance- ment of this great state. We handle sporting and athletic goods, and welcome inquiries from the captains of your respective teams. Ours is the FOOTBALL AND BASEBALL OUTFITS, LAWN TENNIS GOODS, GOLF EQUIPMENT Wecan also furnish uniforms, made to measure if desired. , Get figures from us before you place your order.- KNIGHT 8' WALL COMPANY , HARDWARE ' "Boosting Florida Day and Night" TAMPA, FLORIDA The Bentley-Gray Dry Goods Co. p Wholesale Distributors DRY GOODS AND NOTIONS FURNISHINGS Harris Clothing Company THE CLOTHIERS SUPREME FOR COLLEGE MEN Solicits Merchants Only ,P AY US A VISIT A 602-4 Tampa Street TAMPA, FLORIDA TAMPA' FLA- A 'ev Qt PAGE 356 A-4 'xii' " 112151. 1,1 :"T1T.iT'+ ,ID K. f,fj5fif 6756 L 17717510 1' I .frv,Me.,f --q'4 ,I , I V, ,A I, Walkf Over QUALITY SHOES FOR MEN THAT APPRECIATE VALUE, STYLE AND FIT Walk-Over Shoe Store y 15 W. Forsyth Street JACKSONVILLE, FLA. HENRY GIDDENS CLOTHING GU. The Clothing Corner TAMPA, FLORIDA College boys demand the smart- est styles. You will find what you want in Society Brand Clothes. Not freaky, just different from others. S40 to 560. Our furnish- ings and 'shoes are always 'of' the best material and the last word in style. HENRY GIDDENS CLOTHING COMPANY Giddens Building The firms that advertise in The Seminole Are the ones who make The Seminole Possible -lv TRADE WITH THEM -QIQCZZQ ,M PAGE' 357 - 9 W . A pf a P. . llj Fflf -Q mf ,gl 5-if 7 N6 no 121151110 0 ...V W .kip ,. 5 N. 'fa LELTS ,V-. --,d.--.--v-?-N.,.-.-,.L-a, '57 XLT: , . ,,,. , U39 ' " ' J' en .9 asfuozz flop Bench tailored Ready-to-Wear Suits, two pair of pants .......... ............. 5 30.00 Summer Suits, two pair of pants .................,.......................... Florida Tropical Suits, two pair of pants ......... .........522.00 .........518.00 Palm Beach Suits .............,.......................,........ ....,........... 5 12.50 Two pair of pants ......................... .............................. 5 17.50 Straw Hats ............................. Shirts ..................... Others ....... Union Suits ........... Others ........... to 56.50 .........51.50, Three for 54.00 to 56.50 .........51.50, Three for 52.75 to 53.00 Silk Hose, Silk Ties ....,...........................,......................................... 50.50 to 51.50 BUY AT THIS ALL AMERICAN SHOP AND SAVE 20 TO 30W ON EVERYTHING YOU WEAR RUBBING ELBOWS The college graduate who has rubbed elbows with his fellow men during his college course has learned much of humanity. This knowledge coupled with prudence and following the examples of suc- cessful business men make Life's road easier to travel. This bank desires to be a help- ing factor in the lives of all young men and University of Florida stu- dents are invited to make use of the facilities of this institution. THE EXCHANGE NATIUNAL BANK OF TAMPA BANK WITH US TNT TAMPA DRUG C0. SOUTH FLORIDA'S WHOLESALE DRUG HOUSE Established in 1906 Please remember us when you get in the Drug game Q M- , ol O 2 2 Q LW L.. --. .D PAGE 358 .-'1 T ug-. , -- ., . fc' .- C-7? K A fn A U. If , - 11 it X .K . Agx-lf'-jlx h,qu,umi.f!zlTliQ'ifi'Q1T ,.1fQ'Qg,sgl fig.-Lilfz Tig-',:,: Fertilizers Insecticides Hardie Power Sprayers THE GULF FERTILIZER GU. ,f 'W . cS1r1lf111u 1: xr . ,,5,..--,-3, , A -- lb " Tm., -s Harry's Candy Manutacturing Co. Franklin Street, Tampa DELICIOUS CANDIES A SPECIALTY University men are especially in- vited to call while in the city PROMPT ATTENTION GIVEN TO MAIL ORDERS 0 Logic There is positively no line of merchandising that should be con- ducted along higher business prin- ciples than the Jewelry business. The art of deception has reached such a stage of perfection that it is wise for a purchaser to look fur- ther than the piece of goods in question. "What is the reputation of this house?" That is the ques- tion everyone should ask when pat- ronizing a jewelry store. A multitude of satified custom- ers and friends is our reference. A complete line in anything a first- class jewelry store should carry is our business. Adams Jewelry Co. . "Gifts that Last" 611 Franklin St. TAMPA, FLA. 2-H ---- -1191 U Quality in clothes is just as nec- essary as Quality in mankind-it takes both to be well thought of.. That's why we sell HART SCHAFFNER Sz MARX AND woLF BROTHERS CLOTHES WULF BROTHERS fl Q t . PAGE 359 N! any . . "iiQg? 1, '71ff,1,'H10 If W..- r , U n-'f F. CLOTHING SHOES , Inv 1 ff' OUTFITT :RS To M EN AND WOMEN AT YOUR SERVICE HATS FURNISHINGS WEST GUAST FERTILIZER Eli Witt Cigar 0. 7 COMPANY CIGARS Manufacturers THATS MY BUSINESS HIGH GRADE FERTILIZERS Tampa Miami Jacksonville FOR VEGETABLES AND CITRUS TREES "" Offices: HAV-A-TAMPA First National Bank Bldg. Cigar Factory: PAGE :loo Mild Havana TAMPA NUGGET Clean, Cool Smoke 35th Street and 6th Ave. Office Phone 3774 Factory Phone 71-989 TAMPA, FLORIDA Write for Prices ol 0 2 'Ze wi Gila Cx I I "y 4 Q ,J TE ,,HH,,,MVf 4.,, " ' I lewd' Q 1'll1'll!'11' I' - . ,y.m 'fQ,h , , 1 Q , .mm U1 A 7fDM4 my Zim Aff: , fJW'fNX. l 3, lim. N: There is only one thing a University of Florida man can not do at THE COLLEGE INN HE MUST REGISTER AND ATTEND CLASSES ACROSS THE STREET "A Town Within a House' is our motto. Any "citizen" can come over to this baby Sears-Roebuck in a barrel and buy an outfit of clothes, get the suit pressed, his hair cut, his shoes shined, fill up on ice cream and sandwiches, buy a magazine, get his mail and ride off in our Gator Bus with his year's supply of toilet articles and stationery-Smoking any kngwn brand of cigarette he may select from Milo Violets to Home Runs. livingston 8 Sumner TAMPA D1'11121111131niuioxniuiniuic130343 Y llvric beater 5 SHOES OF THE BEST QUALITY """""'"U""""""----1---'-1-J.-. THAT GIVE SERVICE AND COMFORT ARE OFFERED BY Us O THE HOME OF .BETTER PICTURES POLITE SERVICE ' PROMPT ATTENTION il l U '2 'Z V Q Q PAGE fe Hi t? .N U, ye engzuok' ,nl . t -4 X we K U '.,a,,x.,, 4 --. nm-.. an-MJJPJ5-'H4f!ielQQeeg,ii f "iii-1' 4'-' ' WY7 Constant Effort Toward Perfection Will Raise the Standard of Any Product. We are constantly striving, through a study of trade con- ditions, efficient methods and the application of modern machin- ery, to make our service more valuable to our customers. Correspondence and Consultation are invited on all matters involving the use of type, engravings and printer's ink. "Printing up to a Standardff Not Down to a Price." Pepper Printing Company TELEPHONE 136 GAINESVILLE, FLA. e019 2 20- PAGE 362 1.9 ,-,, A A JN . KN' 5 7. N6 C 61731110 6 li . fl.1 U ,--N,NN7l4:'5?1.3,,mfiLg1?. C, Mm- jug-W - U JQ . x,N.,,,s',3, . -.--..e-.h.W..-g. ,,-.., DIAMONDS SILVERWARE JEWELRY FINE CHINA WATCHES CUT GLASS C. H. COLES Sz SON jewelers df Opticians ' GIFTS THAT LAST ' GAINESVILLE FLORIDA SLEEPING LATE UN SUNDAY MORNING Is just as easy as going wrong in buying a suit of clothes. Now you can look at a magazine fit in your favorite periodical, then come here and we will duplicate it in a GLOBE TAILORING CO. suit. They are needle moulded, individually tailored to your measure, and yours for the asking. And no matter how you are constructed we will fit every curve of your angles as perfectly as the picture does in the magazines. Remember we are courting your suit business either tailored or cus- tom made-all we ask is a chance to sit in your parlor with the other suitors-and let you pick out the suit. NUFF SED Burnett THE Clothier 9 I ., ,. ' o 1 Q 2 2 e 0 PAGE 363 rv'-72 H525 CS. ..' .','T' .iifbilifi N! pug .V 32211. ,.,.. . ,f-'A NA- ,M ...ml gi. ,-. i , 1- , . T, ,. x , f l . it Q rlfllflljll 12 B ' ., -. V, ,,,,.i,f.-., '. g,:',,:,,, TJ . gf Zeke Mears 36u've Span! .fare Have brought you in direct contact with us. You have learned to regard yourself as one whose patronage is appreciated. Some of you now embark upon a strange and unknown sea- Life! If during this important period for you, we may again serve you, kindly permit us to do so. .fag Quality ' GAlNESVlLLE.FLORIDA Have the Comforts of a Home in Your Room Artistic Draperies I House Furnishings Everything a Good Department Store Should Carry THE WHITE HOUSE Gainesville's Social Center For reservations and arrange- ments concerning banquets, dinner parties, receptions, balls, weddings, conventions, luncheons, card par- ties, dinner dances, and business conferences, please see the Man- ager. Telephone 294. Tables may be reserved for any regular meal. THE PHIFEH STATE BANK Capital 850,000.00 Surplus and Profits 38,500.00 A Strong State Bank Conservatively Managed We Will Appreciate Your Business DR. J. C. BISHOP Chairman Board of Directors T H. L. PHIFER, Cashier 1 J., -wa ,-,. , , ,D T L7 Z 2 L, BAA, 1 AGL 364 4 rw E "W 7' 'f 7 . .. NJ fl.. Baird Hardware Co. ATHLETKIGOODS KODAKS AND SUPPLIES WEST SIDE OF SQUARE THE HOUSE OF QUALITY ORA ORTON'S OVEL TIES PICTURES AND PICTURE FRAMING, GREETING CARDS FOR ALL OCCASIONS .,, I Q THE FIRST NATIUNAL BANK A well founded, progressive in- stitution, assuring its customers ample resources and the most ef- ficient service. Capital ............................ S100,000.00 Surplus and Profits ...... S150,000.00 Oldest Bank in Central Florida. Your account, Whether large or small, is solicited. 471 interest, compounded quar- terly, paid on time deposits. OFFICERS H. E. Taylor ..................,... President E, Baird .................... Vice-President W. W. Hampton .,.... Vice-President Lee Graham .........,.......,..... ...Cashier W. R. McKinstry ........ Asst. Cashier W 7 PAGE 365 I of 9 1 ff- V7 t L 1 1.11 Q 111111110 11 J ...1.. ni..nlIJ..'.Fi'1. .-.:1--.,a.4Lla,1..fi:,g,gr 1'.q Q .liar-2.-1:.,5.....g-XQV33.41.-L. 1: ,LLi,L,,::l::1:,:,r:,L,FIZ: T,111,:fQ MARABLFS SIUDIO MILLER LAW BUILDING NORTH SIDE SQUARE Seven Years Official Photographer for Seminole Kodak Finishing a Specialty I IE. I1. Marahle Cash Capital .................. S200,000.00 Surplus and Profits ........ 50,000.00 THE FLUHIDA NATIUNAL Gainesville, Florida I MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE BANK, ATLANTA Total Resources over S2,500,000.00 WQHFF5 M1355-1 230539 QQEND 925551: E :SWE O f 5':::':5E Q 5 : : :zz ,., 2 2 s sz Q S2542 5 : ooE': E 'P'P'PE i QFU'-F Omcngrn 3fe..e.2.fe. 58383 2?-3?-El P. Robinson ............ Asst. Cashier Dr. J. Harrison Hodges, Chairman of the Board -f1' 111: in: iw- 'rrizg I PAGE 366 LW. MtC0llUM 8: C0. DRUGGISTS THE REXALL STORE TOILET ARTICLES, PERFUMES CIGARS AND TOBACCOS AGENTS LIGGETT'S AND NORRIS' CANDIES Opera House Block, Corner East Main and Union Streets PHONE 141 '22s O .4.w.,fw ,m- , fff O Q1 ,-, QikffL?i1XgLll,41c'1g.ffgQ?m.'EFQ,-- I CL' 6161110 6 'Q' ' 105. J, SEYKORA ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR AND SUPPLIES Hot Point Electric Irons and Ap- pliances, Electric Repairing, Sterling National Mazda Lamps, all sizes. Westinghouse Fans, Washing' Ma chines, Sewing Machines, La Vida Vibrators PHONE 107 "lr,- W. S. DORSIfY 8: C0. EAT STONE'S CAKE FRESH DAILY LEADERS IN FINE GROCERIES North Side Square GAINESVILLE, FLA. THE THOMAS C0. SPORTING GOODS FISHING TACKLE HARDWARE, IMPLEMENTS, SEEDS A GAINESVILLE, FLA. Rnnuck Motor Company TRUCKS FORDSON TRAOTORS LINCOLN MOTOR CARS Sales and Service-Parts, Repairs, Accessories. Gasoline and Oils Telephone No. 4 Opp. Postoffice O19 2 2o--..- U O PAGE 367 A 'T ,. ' . ,lf , , '.. q 5, lr, wi' U' ,fl 'il .l Qi, 'gf Alachua County Abstract Co. B. R. COLSON President FLORIDA LAND TITLES THOROUGHLY INVESTIGATED Land Title Building GAINESVILLE, FLA. W . kS1'ilflljlI 12 ... if. Star Garage Gasoline, Oils, Accessories, Tires and Tubes, Battery Sales and Service Station BUICK AGENCY Full Line Buick Parts J. R. FOWLER, Prop. "When better automobiles are built, Buick 'will build them." Corner Union St. and Virginia Ave. SHOE SHINE PARLOR Gainesville FINE SHOES FOR MEN Furniture S+' Company , CHESNUT'S SHOE STORE VICTROLAS AND RECORDS ALL GRADES OF SOUTH SIDE SQUARE GAINESVILLE, FLA. FURNITURE Satisfaction Guaranteed ELECTRIC SHOE REPAIR DEPARTMENT D. R. COX E Proprietor -'T' Phone 86 Gainesville, Fla. FINE SHOES FOR WOMEN f "5 i L7 2 U K2 A G IC 368 . , .. L, . affix . Am 1. I f X' W 'w1":!!.. fi ,f xv' Nu ,em ..5,- I Vim. if K 1, ,I , I . K " . .fpizy vi -'S' f , om -Mfr if I uf.: ff'.ii'L:N'E 'f , , RT' f . Phifer Bros. Good Goods at Right Prices Headquarters for DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, SHOES, HATS, AND GENTS' FURNISHINGS West Side Square GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA .5 . Q My Q 4.1513 L 17111110 If D. M... ' 'tfi I ugly Populai Goods Popular Prices HOME OF KING CLASS CLOTHES GRIFFON BRAND CLOTHES STROUSE BROS. CLOTHING MARSHALL AND MALLORY HATS FULL LINE OF FURNISHING GOODS L. J. BURKHIM GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA DIAMOND ICE ET. MANUFACTURERS OF Pure Crystal Ice COLD STORAGE IN THE ALAGHUA RESTAURANT AND LUNCH HUDM - For Ladies and Gentlemen Regular Meals and a la Carte Service at all hours Monthly Rates First Class Kitchen CONN.ECTION Tampas, Louis Gout, Nick J. Thomas, Proprietors Half a Block from A. C. L. Depot GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA Telephone 507 GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA I . Q T O '7 Q of -Y-- I.... .. ., GJ 7 W . ., PAGE 369 Q - fit! Acszfllgvifo 6 , Af , A , pn in -ix , Q N to ,QQ 114 MAIN ST. PHONE 139 WORKICALLED FOR AND F. St0Ck DELIVERED b Tailor and Dry Cleaner wn First Class Workmanship mu Prompt Service B t M t ' l want R22S0n:bf5'f,riceS ALTERATION AND REPAIRING - CALL THE ALWAYS SAFEST AND BEST American Shoe ALL WORK CALLED Repair CO. FOR, DELIVERED LUIS ELIADIS - Parcel Post Paid One Way on Out- PHONE 354 of-Town Orders The Famous N ALL THAT IS BEST I MEN'S WEAR ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. Let's go gang! Lawrence Case, ' Winnard Chadwick, lil0 ll. W. Davis fu Albert Hutson, ST. AUGUSTINE Harry Snow, Wallace Snow, Lfeslie Stevens. We are expecting you to slip it THE OLDEST AND BEST to Old Boy Exams like the Saints CITY IN FLORIDA slip it to Palatka. Q 2 D 1 Q 2 Q PACE 370 is 1 fipj -. T ! S ' L ff"1"10 C -fl . af - , W '--'-W --- Florida State College For Women The College has the following divisions: College of Arts and Sciences, School of Education and Normal School, School of Home Economics, School of Music, School of Art, School of Expression and Physical Education, E Extension Division. The following degrees are granted: A.B., B.S., M.A., M.S., and L.I. All schools are maintained on a first-class college basis and graduation from a four-year high school course, or its equivalent, is required for mission. ad- Tuition free except for private lessons in music, art and expression. Other expenses very low. For catalogue and information writer REGISTRAR, FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE FOR WOMEN, Tallahassee, Florida. MUNROf 8K CllAMBllSS Uealaglanufacturing Nlnonll BANK Ojgjanv ooALA, FLA. Ocala Ice and Pack- MAR1oN ooUNTY's ing Cgmpany OLDEST , TAYLOR BROS. AND LARGEST BANK Ocala, Florida 'ro'rAL RESOURCES ovER ICE AND CRATES S1,250,000.00 SERVICE AND QUALITY Q Q l Q 2 2 0 Q PAGE 371 Kiav. fhif thi W 0 .3:.g,p. ..,- . ' N "'L.MJ' I J I X. ,djvrf ' ll K H ,, A.,, L1w2i. wPf' V. , .Ai "' 1 M if A If 1 "' UM, Ti L 1 - f- M W-1 --fi I 2 2 xl- fn 4' D5 PACE 372 E. T. Roux Sz Son MANUFACTURERS LUMBER, SASH, DOORS, AND SPECIAL MILL WORK HOUSE BILLS COMPLETE Buy from Us and Cut Out the Middle Man's Profit PLANT CITY, FLORIDA MILLS-BARTOW AND MANATEE ank of Plant City THE BANK THAT BACKS THE FARMER MAKE OUR BANK YOUR BANK CAPITAL AND SURPLUS S100,000.00 I .AQ 1.5 'W A. PAGE 373 in x y- V ... M N MQWMMMWLEMQQMMQEHQR XI X A, 4-Q -u A fiffx f f -,. GAXAP A W . f lllllf Q, 61151110 0.17 Q ,w I A CAPITAL ...................................... ........ s 1oo,ooo.oo SURPLUS AND PROFITS .......... ........ 1 5o,ooo.oo RESOURCES OVER ................. ,...... 4 ,ooo,ooo.oo 1 llllllll .A :mum We ,ps-P' 'SWS - Jam, . "fALl.'1x ' -RAW?-QLWK I 5' ' ff' I I , I ..., 7' ' Ql'f1T.7T.1 All ,. ,s 'I wUnmUJ4'a4U me A - 'lL:1g:.3Z2 1:34 ,V ll is 1 z M 'Tl 'X 'ff'ix',,m- HV' -Ai- Af llf!l-UM f Fl-.',-fl.',l,,' I" 'I'O IL-if 1 i-MJf,w1qnH 5 -.:!'.-l..l,I-I-ig:i!!,l!i:f 'A' ,',, fm gm... , N 'AP' . X' . . . Ara. -. OFFICERS A. F. THOMASSON ........ President R. H. HANNA .......... Vice-President W. L. WATSON ..................,. Cashier H. D. SMITH ...,.......... Ass't Cashier FLOYD A. THOMASSON Cashier lllll flflllldl dll0Ildl BGIIK dllll Irust f0. SURPRISE STURE ST. AUGUSTINE Visit our Men'S Furnishing De- partment for better clothes We also Sell the dainty evening dresses your best girl wears to your dances Seminole ADVERTISERS ARE PROGRESSIVE BUSINESS MEN. GOOD PEOPLE TO KNOW AND TO TRADE WITH. Q I ol O 2 20 Q PAGE 374 Fifi 'f iw- ,i C? ' will 'EE- --if1f ivan' Q 17111110 1' 'l .1.,.,,-...,,.45---,,,,,-,: :::::+rL.'::A-L ,:.:f :::e:,,,. '-,x pl5,,,f4. Y: F .T 2:-Z.: .,., 2 H, Y, :YYY Y A 'nb 362112.57 c-'nf You are standing today upon the threshold of business-life. Your suc- cess will depend mainly on two things-education and financial stability. You have given your attention to the first requisite. But what about the other? Have you thought about developing the Savings-Habit as the surest road to financial stability? A good Bank is always interested in the man who has acquired it and is therefore willing to help him. Our advice is-SAVE FOR SUCCESS. O O The First National Bank OF ST. PETERSBURG, FLORIDA. Capital S200,000.00 Surplus and Profits S200,000.00 470 on Savings T0 OUR ADVERTISERS Who, by their kindness and cooperation have made the publication of this book a possibility, we wish to express our appreciation and thanks. Not only as our advertisers but as the friends of the University as well. To you we extend our best wishes for a successful future and hope that the spirit of friendship will ever predominate between us. THE SEMINOLE BUSINESS STAFF, WILLIAM S. FIELDING, Business Manager. JAMES WINFIELD, Assistant Manager. ROBERT G. LITTLE, Assistant Manager. 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