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

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 —  ■ . ■ » t t     Jforetoorb of tfje 1924 Seminole in the years to come this book serves to call to the minds of those who go out, the scenes and events, the victories and defeats, the hopes and fears, the duties and pleasures that have become inseparably interwoven into the fabric of our student life, and if. to quote Montaigne, it may be said, "You have only made here a collection of other people's flowers, having provided nothing of your own but the cord to bind them together"—it will have served its purpose. The Staff.THE STAFF Editor-in-Chief Mi kiuy W. Overstreet Easiness Manager John F. Hlatt, Jr. Managing Editor Hubert Weeks Art Editor Oji s Mu.imii its Literary Editor E. E. Mason Athletics Editor Marvin I. Mounts Societies Editor Curtis Warren Military Editor John Henry Logan (Organizations Editor T. J. Edwards Joke Editor William G. Farm enterl eo i cation 5 1 token of df precMtion the untiring efforts the hi £h deals of true sportsmanship 3rd the b d! devotion cf the men who for the first time in history have placed the Uni v-° ity of Florida second to none upon the Southern, gridiron we dedicdie this book to (he '• . htin Gators c 19.-5. FIGHTING GATORS Readinc Left to Right Frank Evans, Manager Captain J. A. Van Fleet, Head Coach Stewart Pomeroy, Halfback “Dick” Rose, End Lawrence Case. Halfback Sam Cornwall, ('enter Clyde Norton, Guard “Ark Newton, Halfback “Spec" Liglitsey, End “Ed" Jones, Quarterback “Dick" Brown, Halfback “Bill Middlekauff, Fullback “Cy" Williams, Tackle. Ezra Raasch, GuardOF 1923-24 %4 Reading Left to Right “Goldie Goldstein, Guard “Horse” Smith. Tackle “Robbie” Robinson. Captain. Tackle Neal Morris, End Jack Matthews, Fullback Otto Nolle, Center “Red” Mounts, End “Stonebruise” Anderson, Guard Edgar Todd, End Joe Merrill, End “Johnnie" Murphrec, Quarterback J. L. White. Director of Athletics ►Jh Tom Sebring, Assistant Coach ■n3fn iflemoriam C. I . SIMMONS When Coil in his infinite wisdom, called unto that rest, where peace and joy sur| asscth under standing. CHARLES PINCKNEY SIMMONS, our fellow-student, there was lost to us a noble youth, who just at the gate of manhood's estate, had already won for himself a name, enviable in its integrity. His sunny smile and cheerful disposition, endeared him to the hearts of all with whom he was associated and his good deeds and worthy ambitions. best express the enthusiasm and determination with which he faced the daily tasks of life. In spirit he is gone, but in the loving hearts of his fellow-students, he lives, his memory enshrined and his name revered, as one of “Florida's finest sons .3ln ittemoriam GEORGIA CATHERINE ROWAN Like a messenger of love from (lie far North Miss Georgia Catherine Rowan came and took her place in our midst in 1022. Although with us for only a few months she quickly endeared herself in the hearts of those unto whom she ministered in times of sickness and distress. Like a Florence Nightingale she presided over our infirmary, discharging her duties with thoroughness and dispatch, yet never neglecting the least kindness. Her gentleness. patience, and unlimited generosity impressed all who knew her. and make her absence more keenly fell now that she has left us. Her death was not unexpected, yet when her soul took it -Might on the morning of January 12. 1021. the suddenness of its passing plunged the entire ( ni- ersily into dec| cst sorrow.Order of fRooks Campus Vtouts Administration Ctassos Athletics fteauty Section fraternities Societies Organizations ft. 0. V. c. Clubs ftappy Ann tiny SroundsFor we'll help our boys along with our cheers aiul tcilh our songs. And we’ll slick by every one of our leven braves.” W ii J- f ‘ n‘ ' Vr 1 'Hli W 7i hTfl ’ili I We'll hear old Georgia mourn to their good old cracker home. Wondering how the 'Gators slipped them something new. Cheer her and bach her boys. Through every single day. •Mi- Che UniversityDr. Albert A. Iflurpbree Mingled inextricably with the history and growth of our Alma Mater is the inspiring personality of our President. I)r. Murphree. To Ids kindly humanity, his untiring devotion, his wise and sympathetic guidance we owe many of the pleasant memories of our college life. His is the true conception of the purjwse of education: "To know men. to raise in them high ideals, and to serve them with understand- FACULTY D l)MINISTRATIO DM IN 1STR XTION X. A. Mi rphrek, M X. I.LDh President J. XI. Farr. M.A, Pii.I).. I'fce President K. II. Graham. Auditor Ml Ethel I.. Cowan. Registrar (I. K. Whitt, Religious Director and V. M. C. A. Secretary G. C. Tillman. XI.I).. University Physician Mi-s Cora Miltimore. ILS, Librarian Mr . XI ARCARI.T Peelmi. Housekeeper Mrs. Ukurici; McGakmmi. Matron Mr . Nora J. Sandun. Matron Xli Ro A I). Grimes. R.N, urse in Charge of the Infirmary COLLEGE OF XRTS XNI) SCIENCES JaM» N. Xndekson, XI. , Pii.I).. Dean and Professor of Ancient Languages J. X|. Fnrr. M.A.. Pii.I).. Professor of English Language and Literature C. I, Crow, XI. , Pii.I).. Professor of Romance Languages J. X|. LlaKE. X.R.. Pii.I). Professor of History and Political Science T. XI. Sl ll M» . XI.Pii.I), Professor of Mathematics T. R. Locil. XL „ Pii.I), F-S,Sc, Professor of Chemistry I, XI. IIrivtui, XL .. Pii.I), Professor ol Economics and Sttciidogy II. O. Enwall. S.T.R, Pii.I), Professor of Philoutphy and Psychology J. S. Roger . X.R, XI. X, Professor of lliology and Cetdogy XX . R. Hath aw o. It I), XI. X, Asst. Professor of Spanish and English W. S. Pekky, X.R, XI,S, Asst. Professor of Physics A. P. BLACK, X.R, Asst. Professor of Chemistry XX. H. Riislir. R.S, l).Sc„ Asst. Professor of Chemistry C, X. Robertson. X.R, XI. X, Asst. Professor of English Language and Literature XX'. R. Hale. XI.A, Asst. Professor of Mathematics J. XI. Chatman. D.O, Professor of Expression and Public Speaking J. I), (ti l NT. X.R, Instructor in History and Piditical Science R. F. I.ikeh. XI. X, Pii.I), Professor of French II. XX. Chandler. XL A, Asst. Professor of Mathematics X. R. Halli.Y, XI. x, Pii.I), Assistant Professor of English Language and Literature F. H. Heath. Pii.I), Asst. Professor of Chemistry O. XX. Royd, II.A.. X|. X, Professor of Accounting and Finance COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE XX ilmon Newell, X|.S.„ I). Sc, Dean and Director of Experiment Station XX . L. Floti . R.S, X|,S, Asst. Dean, and Professor of llotany and Horticulture J. K. Ti Rl.INCTO.N, X|,S, Pii.I), Professor of Agronomy X. I, Shialy. R.S. X, D.X'.XI, Professor of Veterinary Science Fim iijc Roger . R.S. X, Professor of Agricultural Engineering N. XX. Sanborn. XI.I), Profcsutr of Poultry Husbandry J. S. Roc IRS. R.S, XI.A, Professor of lliology and Geology C. H. WlLLOCCHRY, R.Acr, Professor of Animal Husbandry and Dairying K. I, Lorn . R.S, Asst. Professor of llotany and Horticulture Ralph Stoi tavihi:. R.S X, Instructor in Agricultural Journalism O. C. Rryan. Pii.I), Asst. Professor of Agronomy John Cih:y, M-S, Instructor in Farm .Management C. X. Aiibott, ILS. A, R.S.A.E, Instructor in Horticulture COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING J. R. Renton. R.S, Pii.I), Dean and Professor of Physics and Electrical Engineering P. I REED, M.S, C.K, Professor of Civil Engineering Melvin Price. ILS.E.E, Professor of .Mechanical Engineering T. R. I.ek.ii, M.X, Pii.I), F.S.Sc.. professor of Chemical Engineering XX. S. Pirrv, X.R, M.S, Asst. Professor of Physic II. F. Gaink . R.S, Instructor in Mechanical Engineering (on |rj»p of aliM-ncd 1924 PACE 2» PACE 25 S. K. E ll i.iman, M.K.. M.S., Instructor in Mechanical Engineering I- S. Grh:m. NLS, Professor of Industrial Iris ALEXANDER Kke-TH. B.S.. Asst. professor of Civil Engineering Joseph W Ell, IIS.. E.E.. A$St. Professor of Physics and Electrical Engineering J. I’. Little, B.S., E.E, Asst. Professor of Electrical Engineering laltvnt on lca c I K. S. Walk ML Col. U. S. A., |Rtb.I, Professor of Mechanical Drauing A. J. Strom.. Professor of Mechanic Arts W. S. III CUN'. M.E.E, E.E., Asst. Professor of Physics and Professor of Radio and Tele. graphic Engineering P. L. PresCOTT, B.S.. ALE, Instructor in Physics C. K. ll, RM . IIS.. Asst. Professor of Civil Engineering TEACHERS COLLEGE J. W. Norman, M. ., Pll.l)., Dean and Professor of Education Jo i:ni Koemlk. M.A, Pii.l).. Professor of Secondary Education J. R. Ei i.k. M.A.. Pii.l).. Professor of Education W. A. I .ITT 1.1, A.I)., M.A., Assistant Professor of English and Mathematics J. W. Day. B.S..A, M.A., Professor of Agricultural Education L. S. GlU.Ni; B.S.. M.S., Professor of Industrial Education L. W. IllrimoiMAn Professor of Ilible COLLEGE OF LAW II. K. TkIsLER. M. ., I.I..II.. Dean and Professor of Lau C. W . Cram A LI, B.S, I.I..IL. Professor of Lau R. S. Cockrell, M. .. LI-.IL. Professor of K. A. RasCo, ALA, I.L.II. Professor of on leave) Dun SLACLE, M.S, I.L.II., Professor of Harry L. Thompson, H.S.C.E., J.l), Professor of SCHOOL OF PHARMACY T. R. I.MCII. M.A., Pll.l), Director. Professor of Chemistry . W. Sum, M.A, Pll.l), Director of Health and Professor of Pharmacology and Pharma- cognosy W. J. llURA, 'L A, Pll.l), Professor of Pharmacy MILITARY DEPARTMENT J. A. Nan FLEET, Cam. I . S. A, Commandant of Cadets and Professor of Military Scienee and Tadics I, W. Amis Cait. U. S. A, Asst. Professor of Military Science and Tallies F. II. Hair, Cam. I . S. A, Asst. Professor of Military Science and Tadics E. M. Aon. Cam. II. S. A, Asst. Professor of Military Science and Tadics F. M. Brennan, Cam. I. S. A, Asst. Professor of Military Science and Tadics I). B. Ill ndi.i;y, Sct. U. S. A, ( 'nil Supply Sergeant k. G. McCallivilk, Sct. I . S. A, Drill Sergeant R. DlWitti. Brown. Director of R. (). T. C. Hand and I nit ersity Orchestra ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT JAMES I, A MITE, Director of Athletics and t.oach of the I arsity llashdball R. G. Manchester, Director of Physical Education and Minor Sports J. A. A an Fleet, Coach of I arsity Foot ball Rex K k»:ior. Coach of Freshman Football and llashetball EXTENSION DIVISION IL C. Riley, A.B, B.S.A, Director P. T. Manchester. M. A, Romance Languages Pansy E. Manchester, M.A, English and iMtin Clour KUTCH, M.A, Mathematics Mary E. Foley, A.B, H.J.. Journalism Alice I, Allison, A.B, Mathematics Ella M. Allison, Ph.H, Teachers Rriiru Courses Julia A. Keeler. ILS, Industrial Arts Madeline Williams A.B, High School Courses Rut Karkior, A.B, iMtin Ralph E. Callahan, (.ommercial Courses J. R. I.eonako. Mechanical Drauing 1924IIIK GROWTH OF THE I NlYKRSm K M M H r N " «• M M W H N ■» M M M M rS kH H M M M r kW QS FAK HACK as 1821. while Florida was still a territory, die idea of a stale university was discussed in the legislative Council, and when the territory became one of the states of our nation, the Federal Government granted the state one hundred thousand acres of land, the proceeds of the sale of which were to go to found two seminaries, one Fast, and one West of the Suwannee Kiver. The Fast Florida Seminary was established at Ocala in 1852, but soon after the Civil War. was moved to Gainesville, while that of West Florida was founded at Tallahassee in 1856. In 1870 the State legislature passed an act to establish the Florida Agricultural College, but two years later amended the act so as to receive the l enefit of the Federal “Land Grant College" Act, thereby acquiring ninety thousand acres of land to he used for the support of the institution. After several changes in site, the new college wn finally located in Like City, where it began to function in the fall of 1881. In this same year the Agricultural Experiment Station was added as an integral part of the new institution. The name of this College was changed to “The I niversity of the State of Florida" in 1908. By 1905 the system of higher education of the stale was in a complete slate of demoralization. The legislature was providing for i institutions, some of them competing with each other, and others were of only high school rank. The curriculums were very uncertain, the expenses exceedingly high, which caused the legislature to pass in that year the “Burkinan Act" consolidating the school into two stale supported institutions: The I niversilv of Florida at Gainesville; and the Florida Female College at Tallahassee. The I niversilv opened its first session with only three buildings, Thomas Hall. Buckman Hull, and the present Wood-Shop, and with a faculty of only twenty-four, and a student body of one hundred and two. Dr. Albert A. Murphree succeeded Dr. Andrew Sledd as President in 1909. and the subdivision of the colleges was made. Also, in that year, the College of I .aw was established, ami Science Hall and the Agricultural Experiment Station added to the original buildings. The student body had increased to one hundred ami eighty-six. Under the direction of Dr. Murphree “Florida" has grown by leaps and bounds. In 1911 the Engineering Building was erected, and the following year the Agricultural Hall, George Peabody Hull, language Hall, and the Commons Building were added. A building for the Law College was put into service in 1911, and in 1918 a gymnasium was erected. At present the first unit of the Administration Building i nearing completion, and plans have been made for a $250,000 Student Activities Building and a library to cost $100,000. The faculty has increased to eighty-two, and the student body to almost fourteen hundred at the present writing. In athletics the I Diversity of Florida ranks among the best in the South, and in scholarship among the foremost Universities of the world. Florida has only begun to grow. In age she is the “Baby State I niversity of the South”; but she is lay ing aside her swaddling clothes and taking on the appearance of the “strong man". The trail has been blazed for us by those who have gone before. Our goal is an ever greater and belter “Florida”. us carry on! M If 924 PACK 26 M. n M H M s M :rr: rvU)Z] EM i nme:xc» HKOlUiC W. MILAM. “Three Do pet”. Jacksonville. Law. "Juris Doctor". Sigma Nu. Phi Delta Phi, Phi Kappa Phi. Scabbard ami Blade. lpha Phi Ep«ilon. Blur Key. Theta Kildiou Society, Acacia Club. Duval County Club. Junior Member "Hootenanny Twin ’ , Literary Editor "Seminole" 3 . Chairman Honor Committee. Bulled Committer. Prr i«lent Combined Senior Class tit. President of Junior I .aw Claw (3t, ice President Student lUh Ml, Nice President John Marshall Debating Society (3t, Nice President Southern Federation College Students tit. Pan-Hellenic Council 4 years). CARROLL NV. Fl'SSFI L, u Car roll”, Webster. Arts and Sciences .B. Sigma Epsilon. President Nlpba Phi Epsilon. Phi Nlpha Delta. Blue Key. Sumter Citrus County Club. Farr Literary Society. John Marshall Debating Society. Tennis Team (It. Nice President Combined Senior Clas , Varsity Debating Team Ml. WILLI M S. MIDDI.KTON. "Fea er". Pomona. Nrts and Science A.II. Tbeta Chi. Farr Literary Society. Secretary-Treasurer (It. Putnam County (dub. Secretary 2f, President (It. Dmal County Club (It. College Baseball (3), Cla«« Football Ml, Assistant Managing-Editor of the Seminole (3). Secretary-Treasurer Combined Senior Class Ml. Y. M. C. N. Cabinet (3, -It, Florida Astronomicul Society (2l. B. 0. T. C. Bifle Team (2». JACOB II. WISE, “Jake”, Callalin. Trnn. Arts ami Science .B. Sigma Epsilon. Phi Kap|U Phi. Nlpba Phi Epsilon. Blue Key. Farr Literary Society. Beporter (2i, N ire President (31. President Ml. Critic Ml, Peabody Club. Reporter (Summer 19231. Honor Representative Mi, Board of Control Nledal for Oratory (31. Inter-Society Debate (11. Triangular Debate 41, Alternate (1). M H1924:: 'X'X'EMiMObE:z:2. :;a: MII.I.KDCL . RAKER, ••Snipe O'Brien, jtricullure B.S. l| ha la, Ngricultural Club. President (4», First Lieutenant IL O. T. C. CD. JOHN C. BABSON. “ • llantic Beach. Engineering B.S.M.K. IN Kappa Phi, Sigma Tau, Honorary Engineering. . . K„ Benton Knginereing Swirly. Brotherhood of St. ndrew. Duval County Cluh, Second Lieutenant IL 0. T. C. CLYDE I. BF.NRSS. "llcarss . Tampa. Engineering B S. K. Renton Engineering Swirly. Tampa Cluh. DAVID K. BOOTH. “Strfn , St. Petersburg. Engineering B.S.O.E. Beta Pi. Camilla lambda. Masquerader . Pinella County Cluh. Biolherluod "f St. ndrcH . Renton Engineering Society. A. A. E. 1924 PACK 29n 9 H • •« n kfl M M M H Tr xrvti)Z2 EN i h me:xcu;x :xx::fi CLARENCE A. BOSW ELI,, JR., "Bo , Bartou. Law I.I..R. Pi Kappj Mplia. Phi Ipli.i Delta. Fraternity Baseball (3», Assistant Managing Editor of the Seminole (3). Chairman of Ring ami Invitation Committee for Senior . CHARLES W. BOYD. "Charlie”, Jacksonville. rt ami Science R.S. Flint Chemical Society, Farr Literary Society, Duval County Club. HOWARD M. BKADDOCK. “Brad”. Crescent City. Nit ami Sciences .R.S.S. Oinicmn (iainnii Sigma, Farr Literary Society, Secretary Student Council Mi, President Putnam Club CD. Claw Track Team t2 . Associate Editor in Chief of the Seminole t3 , Fir t Lieutenant R. 0. T. C. Ml, Rifle Team. 1, 3i. Pi Mol Team (3l. . I- BRAY, Bowling Green. rt ami Sciences .B. Phi Kappa Phi, Farr Literary Society. H iil924 PACE 30 M B :o',z: 'EMiM«hE:zci:2:z2: PAUL II. MUNSON. "Pinky". Gainesville. Law I.L.B. Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Phi Alpha Delta. John Marshall Debating Soricijr, Theta Bild on Society, President Cla (It. LDCAK B. BUSBEE, "Ed", WillUton. An ami Science A.B. Kappa Sigma, .Masqueraders, Serpents. Alligator Staff 3. 4), Seminole Staff (.1 . First lieutenant Co. . K. 0. T. C. (4». LEO M. BUTLER. "B. C", Clearwater. Engineering B.S.C.K. Kappa Sigma. Scabltard and Blade. Theta Biblton Society, Acacia Club. Captain Co. A, R. O. T. C. 31. Pinellas County Club. JOHN C. BYRD, "Jay ItyrS’. Tallaha -e. I an I.LB. Pi Kappa Phi, Phi Bella Phi. L ®« County (dub. John Mar«hall Debating Society, Bapli t Club. “V Cabinet (31, A—i»«ant Cheer leader (4). 1924 k. H M Q M PACE 31JAMES CLARK, “Jimmie", Charle-ton. We-t Virginia. I a« l.l«ll Sigma Nu. Pirate . Ihrta 1«il»l»« ik S »ciety, la «pirratlri , John Mahlull Debating Sioiety. ERWIN A. CLAYTON, "('.late'. Cainc ville. Tcaclim A .ILK. Sigma Ep-ilon. Phi Kappa i hi, l|»l»a Phi Ep il»n, Kappa Drlta Pi. Pre idcnl V. . C. X., Vice Pre-ident Debating Council. Blue Key, I.. S. I). Drifting Team. OTIS l. COBB, "Cobb". Sanford. Ian Gdlege I.L.B. Phi Delta Phi. John Mat-hail DchalinR Society. Seminole County Club. I .a College Raw-lull (3t, Senior C.Um Baseball (At. Seminole Staff (3t. WII.I.IS J. CODY. "9 ild Hiir% Baboon Park. Att- and Science 1LS. Kappa Sigma, Camma l.amlHla, Ser| cnl Ribbon Society. PACE 32XCLUX EIHI NOhECXC 033 2 H W J K M H H H M M H 0 M — M M R CRENSHAW C. COLLINS. "(.ten)". Bartow. Agriculture ILS.A. Agricultural Club. Polk Counts Club, President M). WILLIAM J. CROWLEY. "Crowley Crawly". Miakka. Agriculture USA. Delta Tau. Alpha Zetn, Agricultural Club. Vice President M». Student AwUtnnt in Aetcrinary Science. GILBERT Cl'RTIS. "Red". Tampa. Engineering. It.S.K K. Beta Pi. Scabbard and Hlndr. Renton Engineering Society. Tampa Club. Engineer Football 12». Fraternity Ib kcllull 0i. Avi tant Bu ine Manager of the Seminole (31. ROBERT DAMSON. BobbT’, St. Petcrtdiurg. Engineering ILS.C.K Kappa Sigma, Renton Engi nccring Society, E-, luler-Kraternity Basketball Ml. Florida Fisc (llanjoiMI. PACE 33M M H r- N CLYDE T. DAVIES. "C. 77 Farrnville. irginia. Xrt . .uni Science X.IL Delta Tan. Ihipibt Club, Xlinistcrial Association, Karr Literary Society. Rifle Team. ORVILLE R. DAVIS, “0. R.' Miami. Agriculture. B.S. in Xg. Chemistry. Sigma Epsilon. Phi Kappa Phi, Alpha eta. Alpha Phi Epsilon. Gamma Signu Epsilon. Karr Literary Societ} l». Agricultural Club. President 4t. Y. M. C X. Cabinet. Miami Club. First Lieutenant IL O. T. C. Sophomore Relay Team (2». Xg. Baseball (.1), Senior Football • t . Seminole Staff 131, X" Debating Team (31, Alternate Triangular Debating Team 3t. Gallery Rifle Team (I. 21. Camp McClellan Rifle Team. American Chemical Society. WILLIAM T. DAX IS. “Dynamite", Madison. Law LI..R. Sigma Xlpha Epsilon. Serpent Ribbon Society, President (31. Pirate . John Xlarshall Debating Society. Pan Hellenic Council. LOUIS K. DUPONT, Daytona. Agriculture R.S. in Ag. Chemistry. Gamma Sigma Epsilon. Flint Chemical Society, Treasurer 4». Agricultural Club, Soccer 'I'eam (2. 3, It, Captain (2. 3), Senior Football, Senior Basketball, President Volusia County Club 41. President of Cosmopolitan Club (3), Student Assistant in Chemistry. H H1924 PAGE 31H k; | s H c I £5 a 8 BERN A HD K. Dl RST. "Itoir' fleering Society, A. V. K. Gainesville. Engineering B.S.M.E. Sigma Tau, Renton Engi ROBERT L. EARNEST. JR.. "Bob", West Palm Beach. Uw “Juris Doctor . Pi Kappa lpha. Phi Della Phi, Phi Kap|»a Phi, Alpha Phi Epsilon. Blue Key, Palm Beach Omni) Cluk Mi pali Club, Senior Member of "Hootenanny Twin ". Bu inc» Manager of 1923 Seminole. Chairman Budget Committee. Secretury.TrraMirer of Junior Law Class 13), President of the Student Body 1923 1921, John Marshall Debating Society, Pan-1 Idlcnic Council. HENRY L. EDWARDS. "Hunk". ki»«immco. n% and Sciences B.S. Kappa Sigma, Gamma l.aiiilxla. Cosmopolitan Club. University Band and Orchestra, Literary Editor of the Seminole (3). ELGAR P. El.I.IS. "A". Fort White. Law I.I..B. Phi Delta Phi, Alachua County Club, Columbia County Club, Baptist Club, President 2 . John Marshall Debating Society, Y. M. C. . Cabinet, Assistant Cheer Leader. 1924 PAGE 35H t4 M n LLOYD II. ELLSWOKTII. “UoydGtorft". Dade City. Teacher. ILS.A.Ed. Klim Chemical Society, American Chemical Society. IValxnly Club. PAUL KMMERT, " Vim ”. Bradentown. Law I.L.B. Si ma Alpha Epdlon. I’hi Iplia Delta, Phi Kappa Dili. John Marshall Debating Society. Law College Foot Im 11 2. 3, h. Law College (2, 3, It. I’fe.idciit of John Marshall Debating Society. FRANK AA. EVANS, "RrtT. “Manaptr”. Jacksonville. Law LL.IL Alpha Tau Omega. Serpent Ribbon Society. Pirate. Duval Count) Club, Sphinx Club. “F" Club. John ALu»hall Debating Society. First Assistant Football f2 . Football (3), A ice President Freshman Class. J. REX FARRIOR. MRe.v”. Chiplry. Law "Juris Doctor . Kappa Alpha. I’hi Delta I’hi. Alpha I’hi Epsilon, Phi Kapi a I’hi. German Club. Theta Riblxm Society. Football f 13. 'I I. ‘I.r»t. Captain 1 161, Bii'cball CM, 15, 16. 17», i tunt Coach 17. I8 . Freshman Coach. Football. Raslctlull ami Ravball ('23, '2D. Athletic Editor of Seminole (’! », President of Senior Law Class. PACE 36rT M u KM THOMAS S. FERGL'SON. "Tom". Lake City. Lav “Juri« Doctor". Sicma Kp ibm. Phi k.ip| a Phi. Phi Delia Phi, Alpha Phi Epsilon. Blue Key. President f l'nivrr»ity Debating Council. Triangular Debating Tram. (3. l», Assistant in llvgicnc Department (.» eai ». OKOKGK K. FKKKIS. "Grandpa", Jacksonville. Engineering ILS.C.E. lplia Tau Omega. Sigma Tan. Phi Kappa Phi. Pirate . Theia KihlM.ii Society, llenti.n Engineering Society. Duval County Club. Cla»» ami College Football 12, 3». Cla»» ami College lla kethall 1. 2. 3t. College IkiM'lull (2. 3), Second Lieutenant lufantiy O. K. C. J. YV. FRIEDMAN. “Jub", Pen«arola. Engineering K.S.E.K. eta IU t.» Tau. Sigma Tau. Pensacola Club (3», Vice President Y. Y. E. (4), A'. M. C. A. Cabinet (3b Colleg Football. SIIEI.BY C. CASK I NS, “Shelby", Blounlstowu. Law LL.B. Tlieta Chi. John Marshall Debating Society, Pan Hellenic Council. 1924 P YCE 37:zz:£;x2)33 EMiN0fcEcxix;x:x:zx: 8 THOMAS J. (•KIOKK, "Tom", Wellborn. Agriculture B-S.A. Alpha Aria. S-ahbatd ami Blade. Agricultural Ilul . Nice President 3t. Suwannee County Club. Vice President 4 . “48" Club. First l.ieutenant Co. A, K. (). T. C., llapti-t Club. S. A. T. C. Washington and I.ce University 1918. CIIAHUES (ill.I KK. "Shy", Jacksonville. Engineering B-S.C.K. Attended University of Minnesota and Georgia Tech. Class and College Ba ketb«ll (3. It. Executive Board of the Swamp Angel (3. It. First l.ieutenant R. 0. T. C.. A. K. Pi Fraternity. HENRY L. GRAY. “Hank", Gainesville. LI..B. Alpha Tau Omega. Serpent Itiblmii Society. “F" Club. Varsity Baseball (1. 2. 3. 4l, ur»ity Basketball (3t, Law College Football 12. 3. 41. U H kd KENNETH B. IIAIT. "K. Ik". Lynn Haven. Teacher V.B.K. lpba Phi Ep ilon. Kappa Delta Pi. "F" Club. Blue Key. Scahlurd and Blade. Vice President of Y. M. C. . (3t, President (3t, Battalion Major (4t. President of Pealnidy Club (3t, Basketball (1, 2. 3. It. Volleyball (I. 2, 3. 4), Teachers Football 1. 2. 3. 4», Sophomore Basketball Champs (2», Chairman Minor Sports Committee (41, President of Baptist Club (3t, Bay County Club. Secretary (3), Delegate to Y. M. C. A. Conference (2, 3 , Delegate to Baptist Convention at Chattanooga. H H 924 PAGE 38XT.X: ME MI W®fc tcrc 1z JOHN II. IIANSBROUGH, “Hans", Tam|ka. griculture. Theta Chi. Gamma Sigma Ep ilon. gri- • Cluh, Tampa Club, Theta Hihlion Society. Flint Chemical Society. American Chemical Society. FRANK M. II RRLS, "Frank", Si. Petersburg. La I.LB. Chi Delta. John Marshall Debating Society, Pinellas County Cluh. KENNETH I). HARRIS. "Pete". Tampa. rt ami .Science R.S. Alpha Tan Omega. Gamma Sigma Epsilon. Phi Della Phi. Blue Key. Masquerader II. 2. .1, t». Theta Kihlmn Society, Pirate Cluh. Tuni|ui Cluh. i lant Cheer Leader (2, 31, Class and Inter-Collegiate Football an«l Baseball (1, 2. 3», Editor-in-Chief of the Alligator I3», Managing Editor of the Alligator. Chairman Lyceum Committee, Honor Representative 111, President Pan Hellenic Council (5l. President Dramatic Cluh (3, b Si. BENJAMIN I). HART RIDGE. "Dillon", Jack on ille. Ijiw, I.L.B. Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Serpent Kildion Society. Pirate . Ilinal County Cluh. John Marshall Debating Society. PACE 39M s n W M M R H 'T'l ±i H H Cl IA 1C I ES It. II USER, “Dor”. Miami. r«i and Science!. M.S. in Chem. Eng. Phi Kappa Phi. Gamma Sigma Epsilon. Sigma Tan. mcrican Chemical Society. Flint Chemical Society. JOHN II. HAZMil). Beauty”, Jacksonville. rt and Science ll.S. Sigma Nu. C.muna Sigma Epsilon. Phi Kappa Plii, Farr Literary Society, Duval County Club, Mligatnr Staff, Masque rader» (2». Theta Hihlxni Society. WILLIAM M. IIKNDIIY. “Mullets”, Fort Myem. Law, I.L.IL Theta Chi, Serpent Kibliou Society, John Marshall Debating Society, Fan Hellenic Council 2. 3), College Football (1, 2. 31, Varsity Football I2 . JOHN IIKNRICK, “John”, Philadelphia. Penn. Law I.L.IL Chi Delta. John Marshall Debating Society, Newman Club, University Coll Club, Cosmopolitan Club. 924 PACE 40;;2rx:n:z: i m i nme;x; o: i ir M ELMER I). HINCKLEY, “Rud", Jacksonville. rt» and Scicnee V.B. Omicron Gamma Sigma. | hi Kappa Phi. Secretary-Treasurer Student H«n1 l ijtion III. Secretary-Treasurer Budget Committee 4 , Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, iee President (4 . Blue Key. President Ministerial Association (3i. Karr Literary Society. County Club, Florida stronomica) Society. MURPHY R. HINSON. "Roy". Hinson. Teacher X.B.E. Sigma Kp'ilon. lpha Phi Kp-dlon. Kappa Delta Pi. Phi Kappa Phi. Prrshlenl Peabody (dub. Teacher College Football 3. 4•. Gadsden County Club. President (4 . Intercollegiate Delating Team (3), Meml er Florida legislature (1). GEORGE R. HITCHCOCK. "Hitch". Jacksonville. law I.L.B. Mpha Tau Omega. “F” Club. John Marshall Delating Society, Serpent Ribbon Society, Duval County Club. Varsity Baseball (3), Law (Allege Football (2. 3. 4b Law College Baseball (I. 21, B.i»ketb.dl 12 - DONALD HUBBARD. "Don". Terra Ceia. Engineering MS. in C.E. merican Clicmiral Society. PAGE 41 1924ft H w; M x x;u)z2 CM i M«bE:z;iz;x M JWIKS . HUDSON. "Jimmy". Miami. Vgriciilturr. Special. Beta I'i, “K" Club. an»ily Track 1.2 , Av iniani Manager i3l, Manager Mi, Miami Club. ice President (3l, I’rc'idrni Mi. FVKL Y. JOHNSON. "I timf)". Hammond. Imliana. Law I.UI. WII.I.I AM II. KF.KN, "Bill". Bradentown. engineering IkS.C.K. Bela l’i. Sigma Tan. Scabbard ami lllailc. . A. K.. Bruton engineering Siciely, Manatee County Club, President Ml. Ilnitltcrlmoil of Si. Andrew. KKKDKIUCk II. LANGWORTHY. Daytona Bracli. fami Science A.Ik Omiciun Lamina Sigma. PACK 42W M M IIENIO K. I.II.IKNTIIAI.. “LUirnbium", Ortega. I.1..B. Thcla Chi, Phi Delia Phi, Theta Ribbon Society, University Golf Club, John Marshall Debating Society, Duval County Cluh. Sphinx Cluh. ROGER K. LEW IS, "R. K’ West Palm Beach. Uw LL.B. Pi Kappa Phi. Phi Delta Phi. Alpha Phi Kp-ilon, John Marshall Delating Society, Secret ary-Treasurer of Senior I -av (.la .- tit. John Marshall Delating Team I2», Palm Reach County Cluh. Secretary-Treasurer (I , President (2). II ARVEY M. MABRY, Rlondie”, Jacksonville. law I.I..B. Washington and Lee Troubadours, Georgia Glee Cluh. Wisconsin Glee Cluh. John Marshall Debating Society, Horida I-Be (Saxophone). OJUS MALPHURS. MOjus High Springs. Engineering B.S.Ch.E. Benton Engineering Society. Sigma Tau, Phi Kappa Phi. (Juill Cluh. Seminole and Swamp Angel Art Editor I). H hs K e i « M M H c M M 9 N 0 D M t»«s 924E PACE 43it H kV M M M 8 M H M r- w M M If H • N % «■ M M M H t» •% n h - H M M H K » Tr£;u)Z] EMiMeiE:i(»:xTr JOSEPH II. XIAKKHAXI. “Henson”, l.ake (lily. Xrt» and Science .H. Sigma Xlplia K.p«ilmi. Scabbard and Bladr, Karr IJlcrary Society, Scv’y-Trea . (Si, Blur Key. Manager of Kre»h-man Football Team (3i, Minor S|K»rti Committee (|i. President Junior Cla»« (3i. Captain of CM Cnmjwny R. O. T. G, Serpent Kildton Society. CHANT A. MARTELI, “Grant”. FelUmere. Agriculture B-S.A. Sigma E|»ilon. lpha eta. Scabbard and Blade. Alpha Phi Kpeblon, Phi Kappa Phi. Xgricultural Club. ice President (3 . President (41, St. Lucie County Club. Soccer 2». Cla » and College Swcer 4 . Alligator Staff (3, 4), Budget Committee (4t, Khirida-Ccorgia Agricultural College Deltaic (31, Student A »i tant in Library (2. 3. Il, Kiwi Lieutenant H. (). T. C. (4). THOMAS (). M VITIIS, “O. T”. Paxton. Xrt» and Science X.B.S.S. Delta Tan. Karr l iterary Society. XXahub» a Club. Kc|M»rtcr 2 . President ( I , Y. M. C. X. Cabinet. JACKSON C. XIX'ITIIKXXS. "Jack”. Trenton. Art- and Science X.B. Otnicron Gamma Sigrna. K" Club. Karr Literary Society, B.ipti-l Club. John«h.ill Debating Society, Xlachua (Unruly Club. Nice President 2l, President (4), ar ily Football (41. (Udlcge and Cla Football (2 , (Udlcge. Claw ami County Club Ba»kelball (I. 2, 3), Captain of each. Track Team. Wm-tling Team. Y. M. C. X. C.abinct 13. 4). H If 924 PAGE IIrT H KDM KI) I . McCOKkl.E. “Mark". lakeland. 1.4 LUt. Chi Delia. John Mar-hall Debating Society, Polk County Club. I.a College K«--iImII l2». Senior Cla %% (3), La College Hu-ehall (3i, La College Debating Team (3l. JACKSON H. McDONAl.l). Jacir, Fort Pierre. Teacher . ILS.I.E. Delia Tau. Gamma Umbda, kappa Della Pi. Peabody Club, President « D. V. A. E. Nice President l3l. I'nivertity Hand and Orchestra. St. I.ucie County Club. Masquerader 3l, Cla— and College Kootltall (4», All University Mythical Eleven Ml, Sludenl —i»lanl Mechanic Nrl- (3). DAMD F. McDOWKLU "Mac”. Cainctville. rt and .Science .H. Sigma Epailon, Phi Kappa Phi. Hay Count) Club, President 31, Assistant Organization Editor of the Seminole (31, Sludenl A» i»tant in Economic 3 . JOHN W. MKLLOH. "Jack”. Jacksonville. Engineering ILS.M.E. Society, First Ueulenanl R. O. T. C.. Duval County Club. Tliela Chi. ib'iilon Engineering 1924 PACE 4SM n M M :rr i;x;sEMiN0fcE:x:i j:i2i;; MAYNARD MICKLER. Ponce Del-eon. Engineering. Renton Engineering Society. AUBREY C. OKMSBY. "Skylark’'. l.ariin«. Apiculture Smith-Hughe . Agricultural Club. Miami Club. Ihipii t Club. Lightweight Wrestling Championship t| . Inter-College am! Inter-Claw Uj«kctl»jll (1. 2. 3. EARLE E. PEEPLES, "Shorty”. 1-ake Butler. Engineering B.S.E.E. Della Tau. Sigma Tau. A. A. E.. Benton Engineering Society, Union County Club. President t l». Baptist Club. Claw Basketball tit. Kir l Lieutenant R. 0. T. C. ROBERT S. PIERCE. JIL. “Bobbie”. Marianna. ri» ami Science .B. Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Theta Ribl»on Society. President (3». Pirates Secretary 13), Captain l l), Ala |ucrader» 11, 2. 3, 4), Director 3. I), Alligator Staff. Society Editor 12), Seminole Staff. Society Editor 13), Snamp Angel. Associate Editor (I). 924 PACE bfT M B ( :u:z: emih9ie:z[ii; HENRY P. PIIII.POT. "Hrnr ". Bell. U I.LB. John Mar-hall Debating Society. JOHN C. POl.llll.l., "Polly". Haui.iu«vilh . Ca. Ijw Candidate for Juria Doctor '. Kappa Mplia. Received A.U. Degree and Degree at Mercer University 1923. STEW ART L. POMEROY. "Rat". Jacksonville. Engineering lkS.CE. Pi Kappa Alpha. Dural Count) Club. Benton Engineering Society, . IL, Serpent ItibUm Society. Sphinx Club. “E" Club, Masqueraders. First Lieutenant K. O. T. C, Minor Sport Committee 14'. Athletic Board (41, Football (2, 3. II, Boxing (2. 41, Wrestling 2, It, Captain of ImiiIi (2». Manager Wreading Club 2i. Gym Team. W ILLIAM II. POMEROY. Tap . Orlando. Agriculture, Horticulture. Chi Delta. Marqucradem. Univeraity Band and Orchestra, Ag. Cluh. Orange County Club, Tenni Team 2, 3, 41. 1924 PACE 47GKORGE W. PRYOR. ‘ Cror rr Mary Km her. Agriculture II. S. . Delta Tan. Agricultural Club, Tennis Club (I, 2. 3t, aliolo« .-i Club, Vice President tD. A. E. K. twelve month . DAVID A. RAM 110. 7W Orlando. Engineering. II. S. C. E. Pi Kappa Alpha. Illur Key. Beefsteak Club. Benton Engineering Society. A. A. E.. A ar ily Track (2t. 13). Athletic Board of Director (3). ilu inc» Manager Alligator (•! , President of Orlando (.lull (3. 4), Y. M. C. A. Council 3), Head Varsity Clieer-Imailer 3), Captain R. O. T. C. LOUIE R. RAMSEY, “Ram", Gainesville. Teachers A. II. K. Peabody Club. Baptist Club. Alachua Count) Club. HOW ARD S. RIDDLE, “Itluc", Clearwater. Engineering II. S. M. E., Delta I'psilon. Benton Engineering Society, Theta Rihlnm Society President tit. Pirates, A ice President 4t. Golf Club, Sec'y-Trrjv tit. Quill Club. Piucllu- (bounty Club. Stray Greek Club. Secretary (4). PACK WtEP M sxxczxanai m i mmecxi tj js s H •% «a H M E H N M H B M M R HUGH HUBERTS, JK., "Muggsy", Miami. Engineering B. S. E. E. Kappa Sigma. Brnton Engineering Society, Honor Committer 3». Secretary Junior Claw. WINTHROP M. ROBINSON. "Robbie", Mobile, la. Ijn, Kappa Alpha, Serpent lliblton Society. Pirate . President • 3». Masquerader (2. 3. 41, Stage Manager, Pan-Hellenic Council. See Treat. It. A. M. C. . Cuhinel. ’K” Club. Society Editor of the Seminole (3 , Vice Pre idenl tbb-iic Association (31, President 14), Vamily Football (I. 2. 3. II, Captain Ml, All-Southern Tackle (41. THOMAS SALE, "Tom", Cbipley. lai . “Juris Doctor . Sigma Alpha Epailon, Phi Della Phi. Alpha Phi Epsilon. Phi Kappa Phi. John Marshall Debating Society. Blue Key. President of Debating Council (-4 . Inter-Society Debating (2, 3. 4». I.. S. I. Debating Team 3». Winner of Krr hman-Sophomoie Declamation Content, and Junior Oratorical Conte ! (Board of Omtrol Medals). HAWLEY W. SCOTTEN. "Roily". Caineaville. Art and Science B. S. College Football (I. 2. 3. 4), Inter-Class Football (I. 2. 3, 4), Alachua County Basketball (1, 2, 3, 4), Y. M. C. A. Cabinet (2, 3 . M n PAGE 49K H W M M M M M H r- N u • • ii M »• •» n Wii Mel M u M H IIA KOI.I) C. STANSFIF.l.D. "Shorty". Tampa. Engineering. K.S.M.K. Ilcta l i. Kenton Engineering President. . A. L Quill Club. Seminole Staff 3 , S. . T. C„ l»t Lieutenant, “C Company 3t, K. (). T. C.. O. R. C. BENJAMIN B. SKMILOF, Brooklyn, New York. Law I.LIL John Marshall Debating Society. KICIIAKI) A. SI AS. “IHek". Orlando. Art-, ami Science B. Quill Club, Vice-Chairman (31, Karr Literary Society. Secretary t2t, Yice Prc idcnt t3». Prc idrnt 131. Critic il». Orlando Club. Y. M. C. A. Cabinet. Florida Agronomical Society, Benton Engineering Society, Cla Footlutll i ». Cla»« .Soccer t il. College Soccer 1». Alligator Staff. Seminole rt Stall 2. 3», Swamp Angel, Buoinm Manager 3. I . Fir Lieutenant K. O. T. C. WILLIAM R. SMITH. "IIill", Ocala. U I.I..K. John Marshall Debating Society. PACE SO H FOSTER S. SMITH. “Shi' Hawthorne. rt» anti Science A. II. Chi Delta. “F Club, lacliua County Club. Karr Literary Society. ar it Ra eball 3». Cla» Football tl. 2. 3». Cla ItjM'ball tl. 2 . Inter-College Ita-ehall anti Fi otball 42•. MALCOLM L. STEPHENS, “Stere , St. AuguMine. Law I.L.B. Pi Kappa Mplia. Phi Delta Phi, St. Augustine Club. Assistant Literary Editor of the Seminole t2». FRANCIS F. STORM. JR„ “Stormzir". Clearwater. Law LI. B. John Mar-hall Debating Society. Scrgcant-at-Arms of Senior Law Clu » for 1923 1924. JUDSON W. STRICKLAND. “Stack", Homestead. Agriculture U. S. A. Vgricultural Club. Baptist Club. H U ■ e« W SI •4 H H H B ►- -a M M n B a M n M M 1924 «• M H PACE 51K H ti H M M M M H r N r t W •% • H M R H •» ■ H X£'vQ)z: EMiH«hE:z;»: CHARNELLE H. SUMMERS. "Prrachrr". Weal Palm Reach. Engineering R. S. K. E. lpha Tau Omega. Scahlurd and Blade. Renton Engineering Society, Mi-pah Club. Elnrida Chapter American Institute Electrical Engineer . Palm Reach County Club, Radio Club. F’inrt l.ieutenant R. 0. T. C. W. E. S ME ATI'. MulUrry. Ijk LUl. John Marshall Debating Saiely. FRANKLIN F. TAYLOR, "Governor", Cainenville. Ie.n her» V. R. E. IValnwIy (.ltd . Marlma County Cluh. ROBERT C. TRIMBLE. JR., "Hob", Rradentimn. Engineering R. S. C. E. Reta Pi. Sigma lau. Phi Kappa Phi. Scahhard and Rlade, cacia Club. Manatee County Club, V. A. E. Renton Engineering Society, Brotherhood of St. Andrew . Intercollege baM'ball 2, 3l, Inter-Fraternity Ba«cball. Callery Team 2 . Fourth Corj »-Area Champion (3), Florida Rifle Team at Camp McClellan 13►. F’ourth CorpvArea Champion . H 924 PACE 52ctEU-rEM i nuxn: PAGE S3 1924 CLINTON B. VAN CI.EEF, "Dutch", C!cm%oo l. Agriculture II. S. Agricultural Club, Volusia County Club. JAMES . VAUGHAN, "Jimmie", DeFuniak Spring . rl- ami Science . II. S. S„ Omierroh Gamma Sigma. Fair Literary Society, an»il Ita — hall (3), Wahuloou illul . JUDSON B. WALKER. "J. H.", Ilaker. Teacher M. A. Alpha Phi E| ilon. College Football (3. 41, Inter-collegiate I Muting Team. President llaptiM Club. Fellow in Millie malic . SHADE W. M.KEIL "Shade", Si. Petersburg. rt» ami Sciences . II. S. S. Farr Literary Society, Pinella County Club. H K « H H M M M H n MW M H H 3 ti M H 0 Ml « M na a OLl'STEE K WKMIIEKW . "Fayfemrather , Tampa. Engineering It. S. K. E. Sigma Phi, Scabbard and Itlade. Ilent »n Engineering Society. Senior K'toiltail l». Captain K. O. T. -Rifle and Pi t«»l Tram at Camp McClellan. Ala.. President Tampa Club. I.KON RI N. WESSON. Ocala. Engineering It. S. C. K. Sigma Mpha Ep ih»n. Ilent on Engineering Society. Inter-college football 1, 2. 3 . Cla » football (I. 2. 3, t •. Wrestling Club (2. 3 . Marion County Club. Tlieta Ribbon Society. Pirate . JOSEPH I). WHEELER. - W. Sheltom Conn. Teacher A. It. E. IIEKIIEKT . WILLIAMS, ‘'Skinny”. Jackaontilb . Law Iteia Pi. John Marshall lb-luting Society, ar il lta e|iall (1. 2». Inter-College Football 2». Inier-Collrgc Ra«eUall II. 2». Inter-College Ha»ketlull tit, Inter-College Tenni (I, 2i, Trtinb Team (I. 2 . Captain 12». Florida representative at S. I. A. A. Tournament. 1924 PACE SI IUMNK I). WILLI VMS. "Inin". Tampa. Engineering It. S. C. K. Vlpha Tan Omega. Ma «|uer-a«lci . Serpent ICililntn Society. Itcnion Engineering Society. VENN W. WILSON. ”1. If KiKfiiiimcc. Vgriculture It. S. . Iplia eta. Phi Kappa Phi. Agricultural Club. »»s EDW Mil) It. WOOOItKHY. "Pinky". Quincy. rt» ami Science . It. lpba Tju Omega. Tlieta Kihlnin Society, Pirates CaiMen County Club, Alligator Stall 2 . MILTON L YEATS. "Milton". Tampa. rl» ami Science . It. Sigma Ep-ilon. IMii Delta Phi. Cniveraity Quartette 12. X l». Itmlget Committee Ml, Lyceum Committee • I». Tampa Club. Vice-President John Marshall Debating Society tl», Corporal in S. . L C.. Sccoml Lieutenant IL 0. T. C. tit. r » 1924 PACE S5H id M rS b M M H H id M KENNETH K. IIANSKN. "A. A'. Tallahassee. Art and Sciences . B. Kappa Sigma. Phi Kappa Phi, Serpent KSociety. Beefsteak Club. I«» m |M litaii Club, Fart Literary Society, President Mi, Debating Tram (II, Blur Key, lxon County Club. Alligator Staff 11, 2. 3. 41, Kditor-in-Chief «l . Seminole (2. 3 . ociate Editor-in-Chirf (3i, Y. M. C A. Cabinet (31, Honor Representative (2 . First l.irutrnant R. 0. T. C. M». FRANK N. HADLOW. "5W y". Jack on»illr. Engineering B. S. C. K. Kappa Mpha. Serpent Kiblmn Society. Pirate . Duval County Club. Benton Engineering Society. MAURICE STEIN. Tampa. La “J»iri? Doctor' . Phi Kappa Phi. Alpha Phi Ep«ilon, l„ S. I . Debating Team, Triangular Drifting Team. BEEVES BOWEN, "Judge", Chipley. Art and Science . B. Sigma Epsilon. Phi Mpba Delta, Farr Literary Society. Wrr«tling Club (2. 3. 4l, W aluica Club Hi, Chipley Club (I, 2), Featherweight Wrestling Champion (2. 3l. PACE 56r..K M M M M M r- • H M H M n N • M M h « »«« id M M ki TT X z: EM I CKKXI.I) II. HER, X A ••Jerry" kt am Sci»:nci Seining. KIjl I’midrnl milton ii. rr. i «i» "lltinre” kt ami Sci». c» Bradenton n. Fla. Vice President F.KNKST K. M SO “.Mason" kt and Sen nci Century. Fla. Secretary and Trra urer II. I . HOI KIES, x A lU am Sciiacks Orlando, Fla. Honor llrprr«senlalive J. II. LOG . ■ N ‘'Koval Kahn" t.KICI I.TI Kl. Snead . Fla. Sergeant al Arm J. S. Xl.F.XWDKK "Kerf" Xckici i.7i ni; Tainpa, Fla. 924 •H PACK 58:xe mi M®fcEci:ui2; H W. It. WDKRSON. JR, A “llolllt ertil' I’ll VMM CV Interne . Kla. JOHN T ANASOFF “Pelican" Kvumiijim. Rruillc) Junction, Fla. IN NN 0. HATOIIKI.DKR. K S “Rusty" Nictv % mi Scienci; Si. IVicnlmrit. Fla. K. K. HFYN.KY. v “Ellis" Km.imhiim. Orange Park, Fla. I X R. RIF.N “Pedro" T.illaliuv—o. | la. FI.ON I) II. ROW KX. v K “Chipiry" Nut m» Sciences (Shipley. Fla. FACE 59rr K Tn;i i;z;yEMiMahE:z;ix; JOHN F. BUTT. JR, K S “John" Akt ami Sciences Kankakrct III. KI.DON I, BOYCE. i K "Don" Law Miami, Fla. Y. B. BRANTLEY mPf r" Vkin nd Science Live Oak. Fla. CYRIL O. BR XTI.F.Y "Serious" AlKICI Lit KK Miami, Fla. M. HOMER BROWN "Tommy" Teachers WeUvill . Fla. JOE HITTS. |{ II "Joe" »T AND SCIENCE Dailr City. Fla. ±4 M M H PACE MI:c:z: emin9ie o H VI.I. CK BYRD “Hi rtf' VllTv M Scll 0 Itr.nii'ntuun. Fla. MORRIS CAMPBELL. OF “Mo" «.Hici!i.ri'nr. Clearwater, Fla. S. II. CH VNCK. a “Chance” Pkk-Mmucai. jiu lmla. Fla. (;. R. CLEGG, a T "Hrotvnie” Ti.aciiik- I nvrmrM. Fla. O. S. CLY VTT. (. x “Landa" Law Trenton. Fla. IIKNDKRSON COTTER. T 1) “Henderson” Kncimikinc. Tampa. Fla. PACE (»1ri DWICIIT W. CR WE I rnnr" ltl and Jjt'k on ill«‘, Fla. KVYMONI) M. CROWN "Track" Urici i.ti ki: Oaiiiovilli . Fla. CECIL C. Cl RKY. v ,,, SesiT I jaw Miami. Fla. W. J. CUSHMAN "Count" Law Miami. F!a. JOE W. HMTON. v N "Drummer" Law Tampa. Fla. J CK . H VMS. T S "Jack .1" iit ami Scn.vcr Quincy, Fla. RACE 62cxjy.x SEMiMMEraxxa: FRANCIS PM I. “Dran" Kx.imikim; Delray, Fla. R. M. DKAKING. T ..» “K. ir Art and Sc» :» Jacksonville. Fla. JOSEPH It. DICKEY, a T "Jor" En(.IM»-KINC Aiihuriwlalr. Ha. UICIIAN W. DRICCKRS “Driggers' Acmicultuiuc aucliiila, Fla. ItOKDFN DYER. K 2 "ItriMiJus’ mt» and S« r»l Palm I teach. Fla. It. I). KTZI.F.R I)cr" Acricultiirc Tam|u. Fie. 1924 P CB 63 rr:xrvU}x EMiH«hE:z(»;x x: J WIHS Y FIKI.I)IN ;. K A "Joke" Law Gain«-» illr. Fla. BEN J. FINMAN "lien" Kncim.kjung Tampa. Fla. KOHKItT G. GILROY. II K «l "Hob" Law Ni « Smyrna. Fla. M GLICKSTEIN "(.lick" Euim ixinc Jarkwiii illi‘. Fla. l Nl EL l. GLOVER, K S "Hlondie" Law l, Fla. HAIIAI.D E. HAMM Ml "Tack" Ackicvlti k : Sebring, Fla. PACE (A (). II. IIAUPTMAN "Friday" Vht and Science Si. Pelpr liur|t. Fla. J Wills . HKNDKY. O "FinuT Law Fort Mv«n FT . PAUL WILLIAM HILLS. 11 K4 "Four Arts am Science Panama (lily, Fla. J. C. HOUSER. •! A - "Jim" kt ami Science Brooklyn. Fla. A. I). HUTSON. K S "lint" Encimxkinc Si. AunutiiiK. Fla. A. ECKERT JANES w Art and Scii no.' Wauchula, Fla. PAGE 65a :zz: x«2)X3 eminmecz«:2:3 zr H H M M n M n w « M N H a ■» - H H H • « n w k»«4 M M M H 1 M M 924 A I.EX I!. JOHNSON " Mess Hall" VcKICULTllKK Tampa, Fla. VICTOR K. JOHNSON “Vie" Km.ini ».wi ; Key Vc t, Fla. K. II. JOHNSTON "Hob" ki- and Sci»: ct Micanop), Fla. . K. JORDAN, v N "BUT Acmculturk St. Matthews S. C. S. F. KI.KIN W Pensacola. Fla. F. K. KNIGHT ,Frtif’ Vc.KICtlLTlKK Melltournc, Fla. U K PACK 66:OX EMINMErZCC] II. El KI)S KNIGHT "Rcterend" Kncinmjunc Yalrico. Fla. LTKR E. KNIGIIT. JI5. “ trap Hip Chief' Km.imj.him. Bunnell. Fla. I . C. I.AIRI). a “Pretty Hoy" I.AW Millville, Fla. M. C. LANGFORD "Loop" Tkvciiiks Lake Butler, Fla. S. W. I.KON Mil) “Sammy" T :u:ii»:rs Blount Mown. Fla. II. G. MATTHEWS “Hr.r RT AMI SciUMI.s Hawthorn, Fla. PAGE 67 3 H M n 3 M M H r • « H H H • 1 a «fc • M M M K 1 n wn W m» H M M M r id M 4 924 M. 1 . MOl NTS. K S "Kerf" WtilCIt.TIlit: Tonkawu, Okb. NVM. Ml SSKI.W IIITE "Bur Nciiici mi hi; lloinNciid. Kb. CHARLES M. M l I.KV. S N “I lack” kt ami Scn.NO New Smyrna. Kloriilu CIADK II. NOIITON. || K "Sort" At.Kicni.Tiio; Winter Haven, Kb. OK ION C. r KKKR. JR., h X mo. cr Talblia- ee. Kla. WM. C. I’AKMENTKK -iiur Km.inmhim. Orange Park, Kb. ±4 PAGE 682mo:z: emi M«ktcx:u:3: H JOHN Kl IN l»KAI«:K. o P 2 "Johnny" Kncim:munc Newberry, Fl ri«la JAMES M MM INK I’F.XKCK. II K «! "Mn rt ine" m ami Si ii,m:» Tampa. Florida CIIAS. XX RIGHT PERSONS "Jack" Tmcium Gaineaville, Fla. K. F. POMEROY. JIG. II K A Cue Hair Law Gaiiu ille, Fla. EZRA E. RXXSCII. K 2 "Ezra" Xrt ami Sci»ni:» l.ce»l»iirj:, Fla. C II. REGISTEIL JIG "Hack" Lake Hu tier, Fla. 1924 PAGE 69 z:x;dt}z:j|EMiHehEcz(X2;x z: ; Edgar w. sc MsitoKoi c;n. ' ’’Country" Ncriculti R». Cliatiahoochre. Fla. JOHN E. SCH MIINGEK "John" A1.Kir.11 Lino: Delray, Fla. II. McKIE SALLEY. it II "Mackir" Jacksonville, Fla. HERMAN SI EGA I. “Coloner Law Jacksonville. Fla. LOWELL O. STEPHENS "Lourir Ann AM) Sen nci Slev anlM»n. III. GEORGE C. SI M V "Rig Six" AcRiccLTime l«ake Helen, Fla. M M1924 PACE 70 HARRY M. SMITH, ' K "Smilty" AcKICtll.TllflK W inter Canlcn. FI . CHARLES C. SWOOPK Scoop" Encinkuiing New Smyrna. Fla. JOHN STANSEL TAYLOR, JR., v A "Standstill" A C l CULTURE Largo. Fla. LTON M. TOWLES. A p “Tettotals” TKACH Kftft Crawforriville. Fla. R. F. HIGH AN •7 rrcy ki »mi Sciexces Dover, Fla. G. N. W KFFIKLI) "rake" Ackiculturk Apalachicola. Fla. 1924 PACE 71 JOHN I . W KUEN "j. rr |CI AM SoH C - Srlirins, Kla. W. cun IS W UKEN. i N "Chink" lCI AM SclKNCfc Tampa. Kla. CY 1 1 S W ASH III UN. JK. "Cr" Ekcinkounc Jickt«nvillc, Kla. C. K. WEBB. JIC. a T II “Currrn" Kuinmjmm. Tampa, Kla. Ill BERT WEEKS, N "Hubert" ki am Sell m:i Tampa. Kla. WIU.IWI J. WEI.IS •7tur Tkach M«' 11 .I ley. Kla. M H 92 h PAGE 72:Z rzzx:u:x: me m i mm e kec ti; a: 3 ROBERT C. VOt NO "Hob" Ams and Sciknces O ona. Fla. MURK VV W. ON ERSTRKET. , T Si “ Murrn " Art and Sciences Fla. T. J. EDWARDS. It || T. jr I'll ARM C CliallahiMM'hrr. Fla. . l. HARRISON, k S "Happy" Arts and Sciences Cn|iun lalr. Fla. . O. RRASCII "lie" Engineering Tani|ia. Fla. k T. PENDARVIS "Ter ACRICULTI HR llloiiuiMiiMn. Fla. PACE 73fT K H M M M M M H r "N u •% M 3T X z: EM I NMECXU? FLOKIDA fg i lowering tines athwart a ml Hi I moon. Majestic oaks beneath a cloudless sky. I.oie lying lakes where ripples wake at noon And mock lards sing as silver sails git by. H H H I i » •• M M R M K •« n •« H M M H w M M k.j 9 2 A II hile sand as soft as children's dimpled feet. As warm as little hands that press for love: From this there sfirings the fruit of nature sued: On this descends the peace that's from above. 0 grant we live so in this lovely land That when we passf the palm, the tendant moss. II ill seem but emblems of that brighter strand. Ami may the dream ameliorate our loss. —Pe Lem Jai. PACE 74 vrill liW'i W.W rti hold ft Srocktr US. hull WP HicKirUA M H 92.k PACE 76L.l nuita C.i €«c H.L.Th npstfn T A. Johnson Geo. f'k ,«l C l :«r«0«lt TT M u u:z:j’EMiMMErz:3:s:z2 H M 1924H PACE .77Rl.Lymon 6. Munrtt VRW j' AHWiUsn OC ttoofc CC Hca5C1 TifUnUI 4 A. 6mh, R (. Mvf4«» BP B.f b V.M PACE 78MIN9IECZ ££W X tl Craws flood L L Oaten H 1924 H PACK .79PACE «nry 2iix:u:z:xeminmec2[C2:i x: H THE SOPHOMORE Ask a Senior ulio hr is: with a condescending smile The mighty one will answer you (hr thinks you re quite a bore) That the gentleman in question is hardly worth his while. For the gentleman in uestion is a simple Sophomore. Ask a Junior: he will meet you with an rye that flashes lire. As if he'd like to operate upon your lower slats. And with a voire that indieales an old suppressed desire lie'll tell you. ”) es. he's one of those confounded last year's rats!" Ask a Freshman: he will look around to see if he is heard. And if he's not. lie'll answer with a laughing sort of scoff. And his lips nilI curl in pleasure as he s teaks the hated word: ’’That fellow? Oh. he's nothing but a gotnl-for-nothing Soph. Oh. the Hats all love him dearly, and the up terclassman too. And the Faeully, of course they love him just as much, ami more: Hut when his exams are over and his second year is through He’ll be proud to say lie's been a noble Sophomore. II illiam Tarmenter. PAGE 81 l TJON OF 1923-1921 0 KIO college or university of any ii arc jaiTwl only to the »tudenl» ami a serve to liiml ami assimilate a cosim y importance Inn traditions. custom. that alumni of that school. These Iraditiom cosmopolitan student body into a coherent whole, to arouse that umlcfinahh thing called “college spirit" in the lu-art of ever) college man. “Florida" is not without traditions. Although -till a young university she has customs that distinguish her men from other college men of our land. These are increasing in number and permanence, each year marking the begin ning of some tradition or custom. An innovation that is destined to become another tradition at “Florida" began during the scholastic year of 1923 1921. It is that at every football game played by the “Gators” anywhere in the Southland, whether it be far or near, there must be a representative number of “Florida" students attending that game to cheer our players on to greater effort ami final victory. If the game is within a radius of two hundred miles the I Diversity band is sent by the student body in order that the strains of the “Orange ami Blue" might urge our men to fight with that nevcr-say-dic spirit of all true “Florida" men. The faculty of the I Diversity arc generous in excusing all men from classes who are enabled to go to these games, and if the game is played within the state they arc almost certain to declare a holiday on that day. Kvcry student feels it his duty ami privilege to attend these games even though he has to deny himself of some necessity of life to pay his way. We consider the railroads of the state of Florida a - our friends, for they have never failed to offer us s|»eciul rates and, at times, to pul at our disposal special trains, thus enabling almost the entire student body to make the trips. “Florida" is proud of her sons who are loyal enough to walk to Atlanta or to Tampa to lend their support to the team, for she realizes that these men of such determination will in all probability become the most useful citizens of our state ami nation. This new practice is a worthy one and a great channel through which the outside world will become acquainted with that inextinguishable spirit that we know to |H rmcale the atmosphere of our campus. Therefore we should learn to cherish and hold sacred this innovation of 1923 1921 ami make it in future years one of the bulwarks of strength of the I Diversity of Florida. 924 FACE 82PACE 81 co:z emimme:i:c3: 2: =r H Wi H 4 W I M M M H a •+ M M R a M ff B H M R 1924 PACE 85PACE H6r co:z:xEMiHME:i:ci:2 r a K - H I « M H b M H H a N W B M M M 1924 » «■ M PACE 8788 aova M fV kii lZ$l j j H krtl A M t) H ••• w M N Si s M H fi D K - M M H H H H ft MK -« W I! « N H B a THE HONOR SYSTEM Just before the close of the session of 1915-1916, the students of the University of Floridu he aii definite steps toward the establishment of an honor system. A committee was appointed to draft a code, which was then submitted and unanimousl) adopted by the student body with the provision that it In made effective liefore the oncoming final examinations. Simple, yet comprehensive, it has proved a credit to its originators, for it is attaining its object which is. first, to prevent giving or receiving illegitimate aid in any college course, and second, to report any breach of the Honor Code to the Honor .Committee. Cases are tried by the Student Executive Committee, which is composed of six memliers, the President of the Combined Senior Class as chairman, the Secretary of the Combined Junior Class as secretary, and a member from each of the classes. This committee acts as u court, and an ap|K ul from it decisions may be made only to the Faculty of the University. It is the duty of every upperclassman to instill into the Freshmen the high purpose and true benefits of such a system as this, for in so doing he is promulgating an institution worthy of Florida men. The Honor System is here to stay only so long as the students abide by its principles, therefore it is our prixilcge and duty to make it an inviolable and integral institution on our campus. 1924 FACE 89APPRECIATION tt H w; . M M M 3 M M M r- :znxrvXi)xi i 11 EKE is no end lo the labor involved in building a college annual, fler M d e many months of planning and preparation, it is a great satisfaction to J the members of the Staff to sec the results of their labors in the form of the finished product toward which they have been striving. It was the hope of the 1924 Seminole Staff to edit a book which would far surpass the efforts of all previous staffs. No money or labor was spared to accomplish this end. We hope to 1m rewarded with that inner satisfaction which the combined approval of our readers will l e able to disclose. Each member of the staff is deserving of the highest praise and thanks for the untiring efforts which they so willingly put forth. Ihe members of the rt Stall are to Ik especially congratulated upon the excellence of their work which in no small way contributes lo the lieanty of our hook. The Staff alone could not have arrived at the quality of this book. To the John and Ollier Engraving Company we wish to express our great satisfaction with the engraving work and also for the many helpful ideas which they so kindly gave the Staff. Their cooperation with the Staff and the prompt service which they rendered at all times is worthy of commendation. To the Pepper Printing Company goes the credit for the excellent press work, the prompt delivery of work, and many helpful hints which have helped in making our book a success. We wish especially to thank Coles Phillips, the famous artist, for the great sacrifice of his lime ami his willingness and earnestness in selecting the winners of the iicauty Contest. The prompt, efficient, and e | crt work of the Marable Studios, the official photographer of the Seminole, furni'hcd the excellent photographs appeal ing throughout the book. To our advertisers, who recognized the Seminole as a worthy advertising medium and who aided greatly in making this book possible, we extend our thanks. w •% 0 H u M M •% H M M H rS wx 0 0 H M N w W fed H W 9 2 A PA (oHarrtvxN.PACK 92FOOTBALLPACE 9»:c:z: EMiM9iEcr:in VARSITY SQL AD ROLL Capt. J. A. vn Fleet Head Coach G. F. Weber............................................. dsst. Coach Capt. K. M. Vox...................................... Asst. Coach Tom Sebrinc Isst, Coach Capt. Robinson. Tackle Wyatt, End Nolle, Caller Anderson, Guard H. Smith. Tackle Mounts. End Towles, Cnil Fow ler, Guard I.ightscy, End Hamilton. End Rose. End Middlekauff. Fullback Norton, Guard Vetter. Half Goldstein. Guard Brown, Half W illiams. Tackle J. Johnson. Half Morris, Tackle Matthews, Full Harry, Guard Bic. Full Alexander, End Pomeroy, Half Hart ridge. End Sibert, Half Merrill. End Randall, Quarter Nielsen. End Jones, Quarter Todd, End Brumby. Quarter Rausch, Guard Murphree, Quarter Royd, End Stanley. Quarter Cornwall, Center Case, Half Champlin. Guard Pittman. Half Flood, Half PAGE 95 1924VARSITY FOOTBALL COACHES H fe! W H »» •« n • 4 M M « r ww Mr. While has become ery popular on the campus in this, hi- fir-l year. Me ha elTieienlly managed the -cliool' athletics ami is rapidly placing it on a tirin. pro-r:rr»»i e footing. The Major i the product of Florida and al o .hi old West Point football -tar. Me ha done more to put Florida on the map athletically than any one man. Mi football tactic are modern and lie ha- the earnestness and persetercncc of effort to in-till these tactic- into hi players. J tuns I. Whitt. thirlic Director “Dinner's in thr Dinrr. Hoys" J imis A. .w Flmtt Meat! C«mcIi "All up. mm" "Tom' Sehring came to u this year from (lie Kansas ggir». Mi jiep. tight ami all round coaching ability ha marie a place of respect for him in the mind of all the followers of Florida athletic . Captain Yon i a graduate of Florida and an old Varsity football man. Mi- hard earnr-t work with the line helped greatly in whipping that dc|»artmcnt into -ha|ie. lie i for Florida at all times, ami will long Ik a great help to hi lma Mater. II. I. Smikim. -«i lant Coach “Salivate llim!" Yon «i tant Coach l-2-3-43-6-7-8" H 14 924REVIEW OF SEASON HI.ORIDA I Diversity in 1923 with one of the greatest gridiron machines the Smith has seen in years, upset pre-season forecasts by finishing second in the hotly contested Southern Conference title race, a 13-13 deadlock with the Mississippi Aggies preventing them from annexing the highest laurels the South can bestow. Never in Gator History has such a splendid combination of football men battled under the Orange and Blue. It was a wonderful season, winning brilliant victories, championship consideration, an enviable prestige, three all-Southern players a fine, efficient coaching staff, and the most gentlemanly squad of gridders that ever assembled for three months pastiming at the great college sport. Beginning early in October against the famed 1. S. Army eleven. N an Fleet’s squad of first year varsity men launehed into a campaign that was destined to attract nation-wide attention liefore terminating on Thanksgiving and wrecking Alabama I'niversily’s hopes for a Southern championship. Battling the Cadets at W « -t Point to a standstill in the 0)K ning half, and losing a bitter go in the closing periods only after superior football began to tell. Florida opened wide the eyes of the South and East. It was an auspicious entrance for the Gators. Never tied by a Southern foe on Grant Field, Florida went into the Tech game i week later rated on a par with the Yellow Jackets, ami continued their epoch-making campaign. Tech can thank her lucky stars that she managed to tie Van Fleet’s array at 7-all. a PAGE 97M n w r •% «• M ::r:x'vZXX2SEM i nm e:x(xx;x ii Rollins then fell easily; Wake Forest in Tampa fought hard, ami Captain Robinson's determined band were forced to go strong to win. Mercer gave Florida a good game on November 3, but Stetson and Southern, following opponents, proved little more than practice games. Florida began to look toward a title as the season neared its end. and the Mississippi Aggies forcing Florida into a tie. instilled tin-fight ami go into the Gators that sent them flying through rain and mud five daytaler to a 16-6 triumph over the undefeated I niversitv of Alabama machine. Major Van Fleet serving his first year as head coach, was a tower of strength in both Florida's stonewall defense, and her glittering offensive. "Tom Sebring, the efficient and peppery little mentor, distinguished himself admirably as Nan Fleet’s first assistant. Captain Kverett Yon and G. F. Weber rendered greatly appreciated services to the famous "Fighting Gators" of 192-3. foot ha 11 last season found a mighty good friend in "Jimmy" White. Director of Athletics, and we want to thank him here for his many personal and deeply appreciated favors. Frank Evans proved himself a wonderful manager, handling everything » magnificent shape. John Dickinson and Robert Burritt were also valuable cogs in the Gator managerial department. The mighty 1923 campaign assures Florida ol a magnificent season in the fall of 21. 1921 VARSITY SCHEDl LK October I—Stetson at Gainesville. October II—Georgia Tech at Atlanta. Octol»er 111—Wake Forest at Tampa. October 25 Texas at Austin. Texas. November I—Southern at Gainesville. November B—Army at West Point. November 15—Mercer at Macon. November 22 Mississippi A. M. at Montgomery. Ala. November 27 Drake at Gainesville. December 6—Washington and la e at Jacksonville. PACKFLORID 7; GKORGIA TKCII 7 :2zx:u:x!xemimmecz:x:2:s2 •Romm:" Koiinmix Captain ARMY 20; FLORIDA 0 ll wa on October 6. 1923. wlien tin University of Florida touted a born babel I into the national football world by holding the powerful Wot Point eleven c"relc s the fir-t half, ami finally to a In 20 to 0 victory. The fir t name of the ea on with othU apainM them in every depart merit. Van Fleet' game ami aggressive Gat ora fought the heavy, highly trained rmy machine with a spirit that will never Ik forgotten in athletic anna! of Florida. The first half the Gator equaled llieir big ea tern rival in fight, -kill and endurance. They were playing rnarvelou ball, and the rmy wa overwhelmed at the surprise trength and attack of the "Orange Blossom” terror. The footltall world wa awed when wire flashed a scoreless tie at the intermi ion period. Superior play finally forced Florida down in defeat. long end run, two ucce ful pa - e . and three line plunge from lire three yard marker gave rmy her fn»t eore. Two touchdown followed before the final whistle blew, but it wa a brilliant game, and Florida, a power in football. fladicd quickly over the country. H k - -a w B M « H U li H H 6 Swooping down upon Grant Field a leant •even day after scjring the wit out of the great Vriny eleven. Florida University created a near panic when in one of the greatest football Irat tie ever fought in the South. he fought a 7 7 deadlock with the Yellow Jacket . Georgia Tech wa dethroned a a ruling power in Dixie football. Florida' brilliant exhibition before 12.000 rabid spectator sending Tech into the fir t deadlock ever suffered at the band of a Southern foe. The tlanla eleven wa outplayed in every •iepartment during live opening half, an inru h-ing tream of Jacket re erve in the fourth quarter making possible a touchdown for Tech. It wa a spectacular Florida victory until the very end. and tin Alexander coached machine that memorable night prayed to iIh high heaven that a bitter defeat had Iteen turned into a draw. "Ark” Newton intercepted a Tech pa in midfield to larl Florida goalward. da hing 23 yard before being halted by a Jacket afety. Kdgar Jone grablted an aerial to from Newton and reeled 20 additional yards carrying the hall to Tech’ three yard line. Middlekauff wa entrusted with the responsible act and crashed the Jacket ’ left side for a “mountain-line” »ix " W tWTO “Golov” Goldstein PACK 99 H »» x n k to M N M I.W |i iinli». New Ion Ihm.|i-,| nicely Iklween the ciom lum f«»r the seventh point. Tech trailed excitedly until the very end. when little Jerry Mhright fol'owing a s-rie of long end runs, da died over for the lying touchdown. Ivan W illiams' accurate toe rescinded and Ucltnl up Tech’s seventh point. Florida played marvelous hall, more brilliant than words can describe. FLORIDA 2»; ROLLINS 0 Hollins College came to Galorland on Oc-toiler 20 with a big brass band, a large delegation of dyed-in-the-wool fans, “a harddioilcd" looking foot lull team, and lots of money .saying that the Tars would hand the Gators a taming. The Gators were not forced to extend themselves at any time. N irtually three complete teams saw action in the fray, ami the entire field of entries I sound like a track ineett played jam-up ball. FLORIDA 16 WAKK FORREST 7 Lawrence Case Sn art Pomeroy tin visitors that sent Prgane over Florida’s line in the third quarter. and the firm stand of the Gators on their own one yard marker in tin- last few minutes of play were the highlights of tl»e Tampa thriller. Merrill. Smith ami Goldstein were lauded a heroes of ilk battle. Florida's fourth opponent was Wake Forest in Tampa on October 27. The Gators won. but their playing was not up to standard. evidencing prolubly a reaction from hard early-sca-son game . Seven tliousand fan saw the Orange Terror encounter difficulty in downing the strong North Carolina eleven, the Wake Forest haulers to-sing more than one scare into the Galon ’ ranks |»efore lap were sounded. It was a hair raiser in nearly every angle, and Tampa was rewarded with a spectacular exhibition of ilk- great college sport. Runs hy Pomeroy and Matthews, showed the strength of the op|m-nen’.'s line that did what the Army and Golden Tornado could not do; ilk- uncanny passing of FLORIDA 19; MERCER 7 fter the scrappy Mercer Rapti«ls had been presented with a touchdown in the first five minutes of play hy a “freak” lwi t of football, the toiling sons of Florida celebrated “Johnme" “llomecoining Day" by handing the visiting Maeon gridders a stinging 19 to 7 defeat before tlie largest crowd that ever assembled on Fleming Field, 4.000 spectators witnessing M M 924 I PAGE 100lUtm MW. MI NMEXfS Coot Norton fcnsive play, whi!c the littguislird lhrm clve . Captain Robinson am! hi determined luiul stage one of the grrateM known comclucks in Gator pin! antral-. A Florida fumble ga e Mercer the lull deep in Gator territory at tin very opening of the da h. Two exchanges gave tin Nan Fleet men the hall on their own 10-yard line. Newton dropped hark to punt, hut Mercer tore through the Gator line ami blocked the effort, the Baptist recovering the oval lichind Florida' line for a touchdown. Then lire tide turned, and Florida battled valiantly. I.iglilsey -nagged a pa from June for a total gain of 28 yard and touchdown in the second quarter. Working the forward pa « nicely and charging hard through the Mercer line. Florida with Middlekauff carrying tin ball, •cored touchdown mitnlirr two a tin? third quarter was doting. After Jones, Middlekauff and Brown had ad anrcd tin hall to Mercer' 9-yard line late in the fourth canto, Dirk Brown charged around lire left wing for the final score. The entire Gator line with Captain lh hin on Marring, featured the Mom-wall dc-entire lineup of Gator hacks dis- FLORIDA 27; STETSON 0 FLORIDA S3; SOUTHERN 9 Southern Collegr offered little op|Mt i:ii n to Florida in Lakeland on Novcmlrer 17. the Gator cradling to the largest rcore victory of the season. 53 to 0. The Orange and ' Blue machine ploughed ll»e Southern line at will, smashing her defense and wading through with no trouble whatsoever. Coach Nan Fleet rushed suIntitule upon «ub tiiuie into the fray, hut the score continued to mount. It wa the great work of every Gator player lira mide | o ibJe the walk away victory. Van Fleet’s array producing no oirtManding Mar. “Jon" M» roil n FLORIDA 13; MISS. . M. 13 After loafing in the first two quarter . Florida' Fighting Gator ripped into the St el-on line in tire latter p riod« and recorded an easy 27-0 victory in the sixth game on the season grid program. Coach Van Fleet in-erted hi regular at various times. Stetson feeling the pang of the entire Gator squad, every man of which performed excellently. llon »;” Smith Fighting like lig-rs. after tin Mi—i—ippi ggir v itli a spectacular offensive had -wept them off their feet in the firM few minute- of play, the Gator of Florida in Jacksonville on Novemlier 24, held their opponent to a brilliant 13 to 13 tie. after a fumble on the Aggie ' seven yard line and a bad pa to Newton who wa attempting to place kick for an extra point, cost them a victory. The South Ira seen few »uch intm cly gripping and thrilling football game . Florida could not seem to halt the Aggie ’ cyclonic offense in the firM quarter, and thousand of fan were held spell-Iroiiml at the vain effort of the Gator . Sudduth and l.uckett, e!u ivc Aggie hack , were running wild, scoring the firM tmrchdown. PACE 101 I:zr:x;ti)x: EM i n«hE:x(xx;x :zz: Nekton and June via the air route tied tin count, l»ut the maroon hack countered with their second •core. It was u tense moment. Florida going into the final quarter six point behind. (laptuin “Bobbie” Kobin oti playing hi last for Florida on Florida soil, called to hi teammates to fight, and Middlekauff haltered hi way over for the knotting •core. Newton’ 96-yard punt wa the feature of the hitter lutlle. FLORIDA 16; ALABAMA 6 Picked to lose, the brilliant University of Florida eleven lo» rd a Itombshell into Southern Conference grid circle on Thank giving Day when they swept magnificently through a muddy field and a drir 'ing rain to a gloriou 16 to 6 victory over Alaivamu famous “Crimson Tide , ten thousand soaked fan viewing one of the greatest mud Italllc the South has ever known. Tire "Kt»" J« Nr. clever strategy and speedy foot of Quarterback Kdgar Jone . who accounted for Florida’s entire 16 points, and the mighty “Ark” Newton, whose sensational punting against odd drove Alabama hack in defeat, were conspicuous in the great Florida triumph. Five time the surging Crimson Tide played in ide the .Florida ten yard territory, only to !»c repulsed by fighting attack of the Calor forward . The Orange and Blue clad “mud-men" fought the first half against odd deep in live heart of their guarded confines Newton with a towel hanging at hi side, was called upon to ImmiI the slippery oval out of danger time and again, a fast wind and rain failing to “Jack” Mathews tnar tlw brilliancy of hi wonderful to- efforts. Florida yielded in tin MCtWtl quarter after repulsing Alabama's chargers four time , llul»er1 carrying the lull across, lb-turning in the second half, Newton hurled the dripping oval to Brown for a 12-yard gain. Young Dick swept around left end for 9 more while thousand cheered the fighting (iators, who were and had been outplaying the championship aspiring Tide. With 11 yard to go. Jone slipped, skidded and swam the distance to Alabama's goal while eleven men were unable to check hi drive. Newton's 70 yard punt in tire fourth quarter put his team into a position to score their second touchdown, after Kdgar Jone in the third round had booted the oval through the ’llama cr«» l ars for three points from the 15-yard line. Men can write for years about live game. Eleven Florida men won it. Never ha a team displayed such magnificent balanced work, and Coach Van Fleet wa smiles all over when the final score had put the “thin dripping red line" out of the race when she was doped to win the Southern Conference title. “Dick" Bwown H H (92U PACE 102 THU 01 TI.OOK. FOR THE 1924 SEASON fter the »fiy »ucrcMful season of 1923. ihr f M»thall ca «»n «f 1924 i» anxiou l) being h»a»kcal faitHarai to. an«l na l witlmul reason the future look exceptionally bright. It i« not a»nl ilia a-anifr ral optimist who arc pra'alia'liiig a wonderful ea»aiii next «-ar. I Hit all iImn wliai arc acapiainted with lire fact nill aalmit that KhiridlV 1921 Footlall Season r lionlal offer the fan u complete program of fir t-cla «. chum-pi m hip pigskin ali p!ay. losing airily a few of tlii year's vur ity pla er» anal having been enforrraf with the Health of material from the 1923 Frcnhman team, n more rounaleal apua| with plenty aif reserve material will he tire result. lender the able lutelag-of Oiarh Nan Fleet, who alial uch wonderful work with tha-tea m thi year, great thing are ta be |aHiked fair. ••Bill" Midolekai rr liravy schedule ha lieen pra | ared. ami Mich team a riny, Georgia Tech. Texas. Washington ami Mississippi . M.. and Drake I diversity ill sa’tial their Harriot again ! our “Orange Blossom Terror ." “Sl-ec" l.tCHT »X "Cv" Williams PACE 1039 V TilK III 1(1 l ; K ll OK THK PASS MGIITSEV GOKS I I AFTER IT M 924 PACK 101:CX E MI NMKZHCB KK" K rON GOING “OFF TACKLE" “MIDDLKK M FF 1 1.1 NGES FOR TIIKKK KI)S H U K • W SI (H M M H B M M I H N H a H M n THE “FIGHTING GATORS’ HOLD PACE 10-i 1924 fl rt H w . M M M M M :zz: x' i i;z; EMiM9hEcz(i z xkat gain against meik:kr PACE 106 M M M M r s •% •• M M H N w M M R cl t •» n h N « H M R M K » M kW M M ki x x;u)Z2 em i nme:i(ii Rtx Kankiok. Coach FRESHMAN FOOTBALL Coach Bex Farrior faced llic problem of selecting from over one hundred and forty rats the I'reshman football Squad. Phis was the greatest mimher of men ever to face a Florida coach, and the sight of tin horde of eager rats was indeed one to gladden the heart of all old Florida men. There was much untrained and in-rx|H?rienced weight in this squad and the ta k of whipping it into coordination with a light fast back field was indeed u huge one. The willingness of the rat- to work hard for their position and to “put out fight" every minute was a great help to Farrior throughout the season. The Varsity battled the rat and the way these scrimmages heljwd both rats and varsity can only he told by the success that followed both elevens. There is no doubling the help that these scrimmagees were to the varsity and while the rat gained in experience thereby they sacrificed themselves, in that in their last few games they were handicapped by injuries sustained during these practices. Great credit is due Coach Farrior for the ucci of the eleven. I ntrained, mil l ied and inexperienced in the early season, he soon dev (doped a formidable eleven that very decisively took the measures of Riverside Military Academy. Georgia 924 CtKJK M E MI BttKIIHJ Tech, ami Auburn. In ihe laller part of ihc season Georgia defeated llumi and on Thanksgiving day the Alabama Freshmen in some measure avenged the defeat of their varsity by our first string eleven. Muny of this year's rats will push the regulars for positions on next year’s varsity, and in future years they should develop into wonderful material. They are for the most part a group of large, young and ambitious athletes, and these are the qualities that make teams of gridiron supremacy. A few games have already ln en M-heduled for next season’s Freshman team. They are as follows: November 8—Georgia Tech in Gainesville. November 15- . M. I. in Jacksonville. November 22—Georgia in Bainhridge. Two more games will he arranged to be played somewhere within the state. This is because Freshmen arc ullowed to play but in five games. Summary of 1923 Freshman Football Tennessee 12 Florida 18 Riverside 0 Florida 26 Georgia Tech 0 Florida 21 Auburn 6 Florida 11 Georgia 12 Florida 6 Alabama 21 Florida 0 PACE iwBASKETBALL CAPT. JONES VARSITY BASKETBALL SQUAD J. L Wiiiti: Coach H rS k H M M H r Kdgar Jones. Captain Kennelli B. Hail irgil M. New Ion. Jr. E. M. Goldstein Harry Smith Glenn 0. Whilaker M li 924 l ee M. Worley Y. A. Stanly Horace K. Smith Byron Eddy Otis T. Mar-hall L I.. Thompson PACK 112:ox eminme:z:c VAKSITY BASKETBALL K - x 4 »'lfL call for Varsity llii year was responded lo by u -mail but M C A promising group of player? . There were only two Idler men oul for ihe Irani, Byron Eddy and Kenndh Hail. Bui I lie weallli of material from la-l year Freshman leant made prospects seem very bright for a fast and peppy aggregation. Tlii»» wan borne oul. despite the many revere of ihe hmhiii. m our learn always had ihe speed and ihe fight lo make an interesting game for the spectators. Edgar Jones , ihe captain of ihe Irani, started al forward hut was- later shifted to center where he played splendid hall ihroughoul ihe season. "Red” Newlon held down the oilier forward position and wan noted for hi speed, pep. and all around ability lo cover ihe court. “Horse Smith started at center hut when Jones look that position was shifted to standing guard. “Horse wan a lighting I jh of player, never conceding victory until the final whistle, and always steady and reliable. Otis Marshall wan ihe most popular and ensalional plaser on Florida’s quintet. Although the smallest man on the team lie had an instinctive ability to break up ihe opponents play and could always Ik depended upon lo do his share in defending Florida s goal. Byron Kddy was one of the most efficient and spectacular of this year’s basket losscm. Hr played both center and forward. Ilait was veteran ami showed ability lo good advantage though injured in the early part of the season. Florida entered the S. I. C. tournament at Atlanta for the first time, and while eliminated in the early rounds the men gained valuable cNperiene that will help them in their games of next year. Almost the entire lir l string team were pl.iving their first year of Varsity basketball, but next year Florida should have the Ih 'I team in her history, us many of thin Mason's Bats will try for Varsity. «• 192.4 H PACE 113 FRESHMAN BASKETBALL call for Freshman basketball was responds to by a fine group of young M C baskctcer-. These boys, under the skillful guidance of Hex Farrior. developed an aggressive and ) opular brand of basketball throughout the reason. There was much untrained but skillful material from which to choose, and from this material a quintet was chosen that ably upheld the traditions of Florida’s “Hats throughout the season. The team felt the loss of Captain Jimmy French very keenly, as this skillful goal tosser was forced out of school because of illness. Hut, such forwards as Kntz. Wciher. Norton. Keeker and Smith kept up the fight and made good the position left vacant. Kntz seems to he one of the most promising of this year’s material, being a fine track man as well as a cage artist. Mitchell at center was a real find. This boy had un eye for the basket that was hard to stop. He never misses a shot from in front of the basket. I-a mar Sarra finished the season as Acting Captain and made an excellent leader. He too, is active in other branches of sport, besides basketball. Hob Igou played standing guurd and his versatility i- shown by the fact that he was in the game more minutes than any other member of the squad. Ousterhoudt also played guard in a very satisfactory manner the entire season. The Rats made very successful trips into West Florida and South Florida, winning most of their games and arousing much favorable criticism by their all-round ability. Notable among their victories were those over the South Jacksonville “Greenback-'’ and the St. Augustine Mail Clerks. They also showed to great advantage against the Varsity in the last three games of the season, winning one of these and holding the Varsity to close scores in both of the others. Much excellent arsity material will be found next year among these boys, ami together with this year’s regulars. they should make a nucleus for the best basketball squad that ever faced a Florida coach. H H1924 PACE 114BASEBALL CAPT. BRACKEN BASEBALL L C. RICHBOURC.......................................................Coach K. A. Cam.ton................................................... Manager I'. I’. Bance.................................................... Captain Team W. G. Ward J. II. I-ojjan H. L Gray H. G. McClendon R. I). Newton A. L. Dchon F. S. Smith E. F. Gunn V. I). Mahannuh F. I . Range E. S. Blake G. K. Hitchcolk G. NV. Spencer W. B. Owens Roll of SguAu V. G. Ward F. S. Smith L. T. I’vndurvis J. II. Logan E. F. Gunn G. W. Spencer II. L. Gray II. M. Bracken V. B. Owens H. G. McClendon L. L. Thompson T. J. Edwards J. A. Vaughan W. I). Mahannah Nl. W. Overstreet R. I). Newton F. P. Range M. T. Campbell A. L. Del Ion E. S. Blake W. II. Gilmartin G. K. Hitchcolk M II 924 PACE 116Lance Richbourg Buck Carlton Fred Range Coach Hanger Captain BASEBALL The stale tour at the beginning of last year’s hasehall season resulted in several fine victories. On this trip the team were at their l»e t when playing the Atlanta ‘’Crackers’" at I'alalka. which was the outcome of much favorable comment for the Gators in the sporting columns of many of the leading newspapers thruout the country. Liter in the season, however, when the journey was made into foreign territory, “lately Luck” seemed to throw the boys a cruel deal on every possible occasion, banding them defeat in every contest. However, despite these adverse conditions, the horschide tossers kept the old fight and played offensively from beginning to end. The schedule for this season, so far as it is completed, has us matched with Howard College at Gainesville, Florida, March I 1 ami 15; Oglethorpe at Gainesville, Florida, March 21 and 22: Mercer at Tifton. Georgia, March 21 and 25: Mercer at Gainesville, Florida. March 26 and 27; Auburn at Tallahassee, April 18 ami 19; Mercer at Valdosta. Georgia, April 28 and 29; and possibly a game with Howard at Birmingham. Alabama. April 21 and 22. There arc many fast games involved in this lineup, but with last year’s Freshmen to add to the squad, and with the Toledo “Mudhens”, who arc to train here this season to gather pointers from. Florida should put out a team that will hold the required pace. PACE 117 1924PACE 1181 FUTl RE POLICY In order lo gi e the printer plenty time t«» get the Seminole out before the uluilcnh leave for their homo at the eiul of the remoter, the Staff of the 1921 Seminole has fouml it necessary to omit the writeup of this year'- baseball and track and reprint that of last year. The 1925 Seminole will include this year’- writeup and henceforth each Seminole will contain the writeup of the baseball and track seasons of the year previous. We feel sure that the students will appreciate this change in that it will insure an early delivery of the Seminole in the future. .r..„ e_ liiE Staff. FRESHMAN FOOTBALL SQUAD. 1922 23. FACE 119PACE 120TRACKV ft w u M M N M M M r- ‘S « « M M H H . N M M M H » •« n H M M 2r ru;s EM maiErzni TRACK Capt. J. II. Atkinson............. J. A. Hudson...................... Varsity J. O. Cox. Captain It. M. Crown 1). A. Rambo C. 0. Brat lev L. E. Todd J. B. Dickey II. L. Connell R. I). Newton L II. Poe A. C. Simmons G. I . Pel I i way L. Case W. R. King A. It. Williams Frksiimkn W. F. Anderson R. G. Gilroy C G. HI itch J. B. Bishop W. MiddlckuuiT . II. Stewart G. T. Magi 11 J. E. McGill E. It. Todd B. II. Monroe F. S. Adamo F. It. Beers L S. Marshall M ••• M M ki 1924 4 ('.ouch Manager PAGE 122 TRACK first crack of the timekeeper' revolver in the spring of 1923 set into M motion the most successful trac k season in the history of the I Diversity of Florida. Both the Varsity and Freshman teams displayed excellent efficiency throughout the season. The call for track was made late in February, when more than 150 athletes echoed a loyal response. 'Hie team was placed under the guidance of ('apt. J. II. Atkinson, who did much to forward this sport at the university in the season of 1920, and who coached the team through the- three following years. Florida liegan the season w ith Fleming Field on April 11. when the I niversity of the South, Se-warped score of 72 to Ilk “Ark athlete, ran highest in the meet ual high honors. On April 21 Freshman and took first place in Track and Field Championships. Centre College, Georgia Tech, C. Here again the competitors sensational .Newton, letting him the Southern Pentathlon Cham The large squad was divided of the three relay carnivals held of the country. The Varsity took Moines, Iowa; the Freshman gage in the Tech relays there; to represent Florida in the Penn Varsity and Freshman, somewhat off form, due perhaps to the long trip, failed to show up in the meet- in which they took part. Newton, however, established international fame in the Penn relays by placing fourth in the pentathlon events with 27 points. Other men on last year’s team who are greatly responsible for the? fine record made are, O’Neal Cox, captain of the team and the fastest man in the half-mile: “Hun" Monroe, holder of the state record in the 220 low hurdles event; Clifford Witch, captain of the Freshman Team and holder of the I Diversity record in the hundred "AhK V EWTon Winner of IVntatluliin fine form and a fast stride at die defeated the “Hill Hi I lies" of wanner. Tcnn., by a somewhat Newton, phenomenal all-round by taking 27 points for individ-Florida ran both the arsity and the Initial Open Florida Annual displacing such noted teams as Oglethorpe, and the Atlanta A. could not hold the pace of the ride over them by one point for pionship. into three teams and sent to each on April 2«t in various sections part in the Drake relays at Des scpiad was sent to Atlanta to en and “Ark" Newton was selected relays held at Philadelphia. The PACE til 1924 9ft H w; M M H M H r •» • M M n H r • • M :xr: rvii)z:iEM ineiECZ(ii) yard dash; Raymond Crown, a fast quarter-mile man; Russell King, star two mile runner; Lawrence Case, winner of the HO yard dashes in the two meets he entered; and Willis MiddlekaiifT, who recently established the university record in the shot put and the javelin throw. The outlook for this year's season on the “pedestrian's speed way” is very good. We have for the dashes Blitch. Case, and Pcttcway; for the hurdles. “Bun” Monroe. Dickie, Crown and Bratlev will realize their own again in the middle-distance. For the distance the faithful and renowned Bivens and king have left us. hut Gilroy, a last year's Freshman, comes in to take their place. “Ark” Newton. MiddlekaulT. Pcttcway, and Anderson, all of whom have proved their ability in past years, will represent us as field men. There are Krwin. Carter and Kntz who are expected io make their score along w ith the others in Freshman circles. Tin Inter-college and Inter-class track meet, with the cross-country run at Jacksonville, scheduled to begin the season, should prepare the men for the fast ami hard road that they arc to travel later in the season. Although the schedule i . not completed, so far we have a meet w ith Scwanee at Scwanee, Tenn., April 11-12; Florida State and Open Field Championship at Gainesville, Florida, April 19; Tech relays in Atlanta; Penn relays in Philadelphia. Penn.; the Drake relays in l)e Moines, Iowa. April 21-25; and the S. I. C Track Meet at Montgomery, Ala.. May 10. It is not yet on the schedule, hut we are almost certain to have a telegraphic meet with Tennessee near the end of the season. Track at the I Diversity is yet much in its infancy. Through the past three years, however, it has developed with astonishing rapidity, until our last season's record attracted attention in athletics throughout the country. I his season, w ith most of the old material from last year, ami many new men to enter the trail. Florida i expected to put out a track team that will surpass even her last year's record, and one that will he recognized a- among the very best in the I nited States. 1924 PACK 124MINOR SPORTS DR. MANCHESTER Director of Minor Sports:rz:xrvn)x:sEMiNMECxc»;x:xx 4 MINOR SPORTS H MINOR SPORTS The Department of Minor Sports was established at the I Diversity for the purpose of promoting interest in athletics among men not engaged in major sports. Its object is to supplement Varsity athletics, and to offer a training school in which Varsity material may he developed. It also provides a much wider and more diverse field for athletic achievement than do major athletics; and in the great assortment which it offers, one may he sure of finding his favorite sport. An added advantage of this department is that it gives the coaches an excellent opportunity to get a line on men of Varsity caliber who are not out for am of the major sports. Too much praise cannot he given Dr. H. G. Manchester, the capable director of this department, for his admirable work in this connection. I ndcr his supervision interest in minor sports has steadily grown until at present there are almost nine hundred men engaged in some form of minor athletics. I ruler minor sports are included soccer football, swimming, tennis, volleyball, boxing, wrestling, handball, and gymnastics. In each of these teams are selected to compete with similar teams from other institutions. This department also stages annually o| en tournaments in boxing, wrestling, and track; the winners in these events being awarded gold, silver, and bronze medals. Minor sports letters arc also awarded to members of the minor sports trams representing the I’nivcrsity in intercollegiate events. Another important office of the minor sports department is to foster in every possible way inter-college, inter-class, inter-fraternity, and inter-club athletics, and to supervise and direct all forms of physical education not included under the head of major sports. PACE 126:o:z:xEMiMMErxcx:KZ SOCCER In the fall of 1921, ! oine students who were interested in the development of minor sports on the campus, came together and formed a nucleus for a soccer team. These men had played the game in various parts of the world where soccer take th«’ place of our great American game of rugby football. I'rof. Metcalf of Live Oak, who had organized a team in his school the year liefore. was glad to have the I niversit) team on his schedule. The first two years were spent in training men to play the game so that thi« vear there were ten of the men who reported for practice that had played the game before. As a result the team ex| erienced a very successful year. Because of the newness of the game in the slate and in the south it has been up to this lime impossible to get game with other college and universities hut it i-hoped that the coming year will afford game' with other schools of etpial rank that Florida may lake her stand in this new game as she has done in others. SCIIEDl LK 1923 I Florida ...2 Alachua 0 Florida ..4 1 Florida ...,5 leeshurg 0 3 1 Florida 3 Fust is 2 Florida 2 1 5 1 Florida 6 Duval 0 Florida ...2 1924 PACE 127M M •» M M M H a M M n t«sf H M M H w fed TENNIS The I niversity tennis team during the year has shown great improvement over the work of past teams. A Hound Kokin system as proposed by tin president of the elul . and adopted h a ununmious vote, lias brought ahoiit a method of play wherebv the best players in the I niversity are always chosen to represent her in the matches. I p to the present date four matches have l»een played. The I . of F. team won two of them outright, one with Hollins College, and one with the Jacksonville team, a notable victory in that it is the first lime a Florida team has defeated them. The other matches resulted in a lie with the strong Stetson aggregation, and a defeat by the Jacksonville players in the first match of the season. There arc five matches vet to In played, with a strong possibility of winning all of them. The team i composed of ('.liipley Howen, Wilburn Cleveland, Cordon Mobley. Kddie Webster, and Carrol Fussell, all new men on the team, and Harold Pomeroy, captain and manager. PACE 128PAGE 129PAGE 130JUNIOR FOOTBALL TEAM. INTER CLASS CHAMPS, 1923 24. PACE 131KAPPA SIGMA HASKKTIl l.l. TEAM. INTER FRATERNITY CHAMPS. 1923-24. M n k W«4 rt H M H kfi INTKRKR TKRMTY VIIILKTICS Interest in intrrfratcrnity athletics during the past school year has Ihjcii second only to the major sport contents. In previous years the contr»l Itctwccn llie (Ircck-letter organization- have Ihvii rather lime and uninteresting and little interest was shown in the outcome of the contests. This year, things were different. The haskethall tournament was hotly contested throughout and no one team had an easy time. I he kappa Sigma quintet finally eked out a victory from the Sigma Nu bnsketeers in the final game hv a one point margin. Baseball hid- fair to cause more excitement and the various fraternity camps arc buzzing with excitement (tending the outcome of the series. M M 924 PACE 132:u:z: EMiM«iEcz[n x .SOPHOMORE BASKETBALL TEAM. CLASS BASKETBALL CHAMPS, 1923-24. W ui % - H M Q H M M a c M M M B B M H 0 K H M H 1924 M H FRESHMAN SOCCER TEAM. CLASS SOCCER CHAMPS. 1923-24.M R M r 1 ri U •» M :zz: em i nm e: xc» :xx: ARTS AND SCIENCES BASKETBALL TEAM. COLLEGE CHAMPS 1923-21. THE BEAUTY CONTEST We present the following pages for your approval. The Seminole Beauty Contest has become a feature of the hook. It was tried as an experiment in the 1923 Seminole and met w ith the approval of the student body. Pursuant of the desire of the Staff to eater to the wishes of the student body, the contest was again conducted this year. The follow ing eight girls were picked from a large number of pictures submitted by the students. Contrary to the opinions of the “hoi-polloi” that the Staff picks their own girls, these young ladies were picked by a no le» famous artist than COLKS PHILLIPS We feel indescribably grateful to Mr. Phillips for this excellent service which he so kindly and willingly rendered us. The staff will not furnish addresses of these young ladies unless references arc previously furnished. 1924 PACE 134Miss Llizobeth (l-Kenzie Montezuma.G-a. jpiSSS %S| IPACE 144 THE I’AMIELLEMC COUNCIL Pete Harris President John . Murphrei Stcretary-Treaturer Pclc Harris John A. Murphrcc l{. I Earnest, Jr. (). T. Green Slirlh) Gaskin llulicrl Weeks Ix’o M. Bullcr Alpha Tal Omega E. B. Caalcr, Jr. Kappa Alpha inlhrop Kubinson Pi Kappa Alpha llrrhrrt Peterson Sigma Alpha Epsilon W. T. Davis Tiieta Chi Marion Hendry Sigma Nu Geo. Milam Kappa Sigma Joe Barrlian 1924 PAGE 1459tl JOVd »7Z6 »3amii B a:na-n- R H krtl »• « M M H « M w M N M Q M « H • i a s - h M M H H n H l‘r«f. Itlack FljOWER While Tea Rose A. T. O. Hoi; e ALPHA OMEGA CHAPTER ALPHA TAl OMEGA FRATERNITY Founded September II. 1865 at . 1. I. Eighty onc Aiiive Chapters Installed at Florida in PRH Ihran Trader Colors Sk Blue and Old Gold Dean II. R. Trusler Jim Chesnut (»ihhs Chesnut Prof. II. L Thompson Barton Thrasher Henry Baker Pete Harris I. I). i I limits Jaek Davis H.irrx JohiMon Clifford Bliteli L. P. Woods Y. W. MiddlekaulT W. M. Clifton Richard Brown John Dickinson John Allison Charles ('lough Fratres ix Facultate Prof. A. P. Black Fratres in Ukbe Zach H. Douglas Henry O’Neil J. A. Phifer J. Clover Taylor M. G. Stringfcllow James II. Taylor FRATRES IN I NIVBRSITATK Seniors Fa I ward Wnodhery George Hitchcock Floyd Ferris Henry Gray Juniors C. E. Webb Brannon Cosier Murray Overstreet . II. Carter illie I). Morgan Sophomores W . I.. Sears. Jr. Rawnond Ploekehuaii Donald Booth Frank Evans C. II. Summer? T. F. W est Ried Bearing John Graham W. R. Hicks Robert Baynard Henry Baynard Charles Gleason Allen Smith II. . Black J. T. Miller Freshmen Cordon Gibbons Franklin llohhs Maurice Holley Evan- llarrold C. W. Dann M. B. Sessions George King Jaek Massey Leonard Herrick Jim Brinson Thomas Sjtcncer M M H 0 S- •« M M n H a H 1924 PACK 147P CF. l l«m i xc 2c BETA ZETA CHAPTKK KAPPA ALPHA FRATERNITY Founded in 1865 at Washington and lax Fifty-four Active Chapters Installed at Florida in I'M)I Flow kh Magnolia and Red Bom Resident Members Colors Crimson and (odd . C. Brown It. E. Hardee K. A. Taylor F. W. Bin hind C. A. Pound C. S. Thomas K. F. Cannon J. S. Shands B. F. Williamsor L W. Graham W. A. Shands Members in the Faculty G. M. ounglov Dr. A. A. Miirphrce . S. Perry Dr. C. A. Bohertson Members in the I niversity Gratl unit’s Captain K. l. J. Bex Farrior John C. Polhill Seniors F. N. Hadlow B. B. Pierce H. L Creary J. K. Merrill K. S. Blake J. M. B. Simpson Juniors . M. Bohinson J. A. II. Murplircc F. 1). Campbell C F. Boyd B. G. Wallace 1). Henderson J. X. Fielding Sophomores F. II. Hlmore J. S. Bond A. F. Ilowalt A. B. illiams J. Christie 1.. 1.. Li m aster S. K. Cobb T. L. Dav is . 0. IVarce J. W. Trammell K. S. Jones W. G. Troxler Freshmen V. It. Thomas W. II. Davidson II. Powers A. A. Simpson W. Cockerill II. J. Bandolph. Jr. J. E. Fant II. F.nwall J. K. Sturat P. O. knight L C. Gracv L B. Troxler II. T. Christie W. J. Like F. Walpole G. Merrill C. B. McLin G. W. Welch It. C. Merritt 19 4 PAGE I V)1rT M B H l«x' ALPHA ETA CHAPTER PI KAPPA ALPHA FRATERNITY Founded at I niveraity of irginia. March 1. 1868 Installed at Florida November 7. 1901 Flower Colors Lily of ihe alley Garnet and Gold Fratrks in Facultate Dr. C. L. Crow FrATKES IN I KHE John Dial John Powell 0. I). Alhritton Falcon B. Johnson r . M. Boring Fratrks IN I NIVKRSITATK William 0. Anderson Charles E. Petty Chester Bedell Stewart L Pomeroy Preston R. Bishop E. Frank Pomeroy, Jr. Clarence A. Boswell. Jr. William H. Powell. Jr. laiwretue Case David A. Ramho C. II. Earnest Edwin C. Rainho Robert L. Earnest, Jr. Roger T. Randall James T. Etheredge Hiram H. Raulerson (). II. Eaton M. Leslie Stephens William Gary Goode II. Milo Stewart Ijeslic Jackson William L. Story Chester B. McMullen Edgar R. Todd Howard E. McClain Edwin F. Trevor Samuel 1). Melson Frank J. Walker. Jr. Herbert Peterson Richard S. Woodruff PAGE ISI ClilTord Lopez Clyde E. Long Marion Kincaid David E. Wei her Nelson II. Ilinderliler J«k Brownr'T 4 M H FLORIDA I PSILON CHAPTER SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON FRATERNITY Founded in 1856 al the I niversitv »»f Alabama Ninety-four Active Chapters lii'talled al Florida in I ) 15 Fi.owkk Colors Violet Royal Purple and Old Gold Resident Members W. W. Hampton Dr. Wilbur Lassiter E. B. Hampton H. C. Ball Members in Faculty Dr. J. M. Farr Prof. C. W. Crandall Prof. C. II. Willoughby Members in I niversity Seniors J. II. Markham R. S. Pierre Thomas Sale P. II. Brinson Juniors O. T. Green J. S. Taylor W. E. Jordan Leonard Wesson Paul Emmerl II. I). Partridge Y. T. Davis J. It. Brumby Sophomores I). J. Baird J. E. Holland II. C. Bur bridge xsc Worley M. J. Wilson . A. Stanly G. . Lightsey Freshmen C. C. Crenshaw Archie Livingston A. Y Brumby M. It. Anderson J. M. I .au rent L. A. Hatton J. M. Uwing J. 0. Mancr, Ji. I). M. Ixiwery F. L WiLon 1924 BACK 153PACK 151:c:z: EMiN«iE:z[»y TAU CHARTER THETA Cll! FRATERNITY Founded in 1856 at Norwich I niversil Thirty-nine Active Chapter Installed at Florida in 1916 Flower Colors Carnation Red and YI Resident Members • Bay Y. Ogilvic Faculty Members L II. Fogg I)r. J. R. Benton Dr. F. II. Heath Members in I niversity Graduates John H. Hanshrough Seniors Dr. B. W. Kuprecht A. R. Clonts W. M. Hendry J. V. Mellor S. G. ». »kin II. F. Juniors W. S. Middleton R. W. Clark J. B. Hurst W. B. Batcy 0. S. Clyatt 0. C. Barker C. 1.. Theed J. W. Hendry Sophomores B. F. Tomlin K. 1). Kartlcson J. H. Kenneth . NY. Shafer W. B. Daniel A. K. Meeks H. A. Spring W. I). Gunn A. K. Mock K. 1 . Raymond Freshmen B. C. William Keith Kittle Kdward Calhoun Howard Curry-Frank Crom Broward Norton Robert F.lliot ilmer Menge M Velma Fwhcr Krncst McDonald u Shirley Hay ns worth Robert Barker Brooks l fTingwell David Mnehaugh Norman Benrosc M Pledges j J Joseph Reese Fuller Warren ►- - M i A 1924 BACK 1S5:rnx;»)x::j,EMiK«fcE:x(x:xJ2:xx:: H1924 PACE 156:ux emihme:zx2: kphijon :r ciiaptkr SIGMA Nl KKATEKNrn Founded iii IH69 at Virginia Military Institute inely Active Chapters Installed .il Florida in 1920 Ktow kr While Rose Counts Black, hilt , and Gold Rksident Mkmiikiis O’Neal Cox Frank Hart-held Mkmbkks in tiik Faculty R. W. Blacklock James L While George Milam Mkmiikiis in tiik I nivkksity Graduates Joseph Da I (on Seniors Reach Hazard Truman Green Jimmie Clark Juniors Hubert Weeks Edgar Scarborough Robert Newton Clifton Brown Jack Howard Curtis W arren Sophomores Joseph Frazier Ralph Crum Howard Mathew Marvin Green Kenneth Jones inston Rumsc Hubert Graves Carr Colley Bryson Copeland Edwin Graves Russel Livinon Karl Trammell Owen Pittman Freshmen Sanders Grainliug Jimmie French Palmer Tyler Charles Fisher Barron Cra e illiain Gamble Robert Deleher Monroe Alleman O.Z. Tyler James (ihaplin Charles McAuley Corwin Robertson Elmer Dewey Henry Logan Edward Bruner Horace Mills Philip Mank Norris Baskin Hurry King Sam Cornwall Pledge Gilmore Anderson PACK 157 1924CAGE 158'X2'X2XEM I wefc Flower Lily of ilic Valley C. J. Harris II. F. Rogers l)r. J. M. Ixakc I)r. Jos. Roomer Ralph Stoutamirc DELTA-DELTA CHAITKR K VV SK;M FRATKKNm Founded in 15109 at I nivcrsily of irginia .Ninety !wo Aetivc Chapters Installed at Florida in 1922 Colors Sear let, NN hitc. and Green Resident Members R. A. Thrasher II. V. Ame Members in Faculty Dr. T. M. Simpson Dr. ilinon Newell Dr. A. I.. Shealy Members in the I nivkrsity Seniors K. II. Busbee K. k. Hansen II. Roberts, Jr. R. Danison W in. M. Harrison I« M. Butler II. 1.. Edwards Juniors W. J. Cody J. Ilarehan J. L Fahs E. E. Rausch 1. C. Batchclder M. M. Glover J. R. Rose. Jr. J. F. Hiatt. Jr. A. 1). Hutson (). II. Simmons, Jr. II. M. Dyer W. G. Jeacle M. 1 . Mounts . G. Carletou Sophomores A. k. Black J. R. Ijconard II. E. Smith II. S. Hull E. II. Lucas C. . Marshall C. Johns Freshmen F.g. Ilusbcc Homer Smith John Ouinn Lewis Cainphell Eugene Rage Roy Willhoytc Carl Green Roy Thompson Roy Brooks Graduate Students R. F. Nolen W. G. Wells R. Wray ’ledges Eugene Smith L. L Recker R. G. Igou PAGE 159 1924091 30V«I H H fV ki fcrjl M w M H 1 w M ti H B H H • M w k «• M U ti H M H H n H J4 «k. Tr£:c:z: EMiNME[i::i2 ALPHA EPSILON CHAPTER PI KAPPA PHI FKXTERMTY Founded in 1901 at College of Charleston Twenty-nine Active Chapters Installed at Florida in 1921 Flower IN 1 Hose Dr. W. II. Bcisler Fratrks in Facultate ('apt. F. II. Bain l)r. K. E. G. Adams FRATRKS IN I NIVERS1TATK P. W. Hills J. C. Babson G. I). Hamilton II. E. Behrens S. C. McCormick J. C. Byrd C. II. .Norton G. W. Coe J. M. Pearce E. C. Carpenter T. II. Parham J. W. Chambliss J. L Roberts L E. Crarry J. G. Sharon. Jr. B. I.. Eddy C. C. Swoop II. A. Edwards A. V. Smith W. II. Fisher F. C. Sivia IL G. Gilroy T. A. Steel R. K. Ixrwis Pledges J. II. Thompson 1). B. Manley Charles Bill E. 1). McFarland Colors Gold and W hite A. Rasco PACK 161 1924191 30VJ 7 6 4 MS M H M H M BETA PI (Local) 0 David E. Booth Gilbert E. Curtis Kenneth B. Hail James K. Boyd, Jr. Howard M. Bracken lairrv W. Davis Koberl II. Burritt Wilburn A. Cleveland Walter F. Emmons Gilbert E. Johnson Birketl F. Jordan Bun Hunter Monroe Elmo S. Bozeman John S. Harwell Clyde Davis T. Wade Harrison Thomas Kirk W illium E. Middleton Founded 1921 Fratres in Facultatk Captain L. V. Amis Fratrks in I nivkhsitatk Class of 1024 James A. Hudson W i Ilia in H. Keen Robert C. Trimble, Jr. Herbert A. Williams. Jr. Class of 1025 T. J. Edwards W, A. Mann II. MeKie Salley Olin E. Watts, Jr. Class of 1025 irgil M. Newton. Jr. Wilburn Kohinson F. Hidgely Todd Arthur C. West Glenn (). Whittaker Harold C. Worden Frank S. W right Class of 1027 Balpli W. lNinmioii" Charles E. Norton Wynn Morgan Miller Dope Stephen E. Simmons Claude B. W right PAGE 16.1PAGE 164 OMICRON GAMMA SIGMA (Local) Petitioning DELTA TAl DELTA FRATERNITY Flower Fleur-de-lis Colors Orange ami Green Delta Tau Delta Members in IjOcal Rolf W. NVeidling, Beta Delta Hollis . Knight. Beta Epsilon Newton I). St. John, Gamma Epsilon Kratres in Facultate Captain J. A. Van Fleet, I . S. A. Dr. II. O. Enwall Dr. George F. Weber Edward W. Millican Kratres in I rbk Carl T. Link, B.S.A. Erret F. Gunn. B.S.C.E. Kratres in C.mversitate Class of 1024 Heyward M. Braddock Elmer 1). Hint kley Frederic H. I.angworthy James A. Vaughan Jackson C. Matthew Edmund R. McGill Horace B. Crain Nathan J. Johnston George G. Henson Class of 1025 Morris T. Campbell John E. Pearce Class of 1026 P. Henry Guinand Gardner Pi|»cr T. Frank Carter Neal Morris Frederick A. Kent Class of 1027 — 1 kJ k a W M H c M M M H H M a n M M n PACE 105 1924 M Ralph E. Carter Herman Feinhcrg Leith I). Kent James P. Peers O. J. Griffis I). Curtis Simmons Herbert E. EppertPACE 166u:z: emim«ie:i sm; i phi • I )cal I Petitioning the SKIM A CHI I It ATEKM IA Fodndkrs ok tiib IjOCAL P. L Keed, Alpha Rho J. B. Gracy, Bela Sigma Koht. T. Stevens Della W. S. Wilson, lota Jola H. P. Peterson. Alpha Epsilon L W. Ituel.holz Fred P. Abbott E. Ellis Kent lex Paul F. I eker Cecil C. Currv Monroe Campbell. Jr. II. I . Peterson. Jr. Jame M. Johnson Faculty M km units l)r. T. It. I«eigh Sl't IlKNT MKMBKKS Seniors Itobt. II. Mann Prof. E. . Ilavnie Edward E. I eker Juniors Paul ). Wiig Sophomores Freshmen (). Kenneth Weathcrvvax Milton IE Wyatt Edward G. Hume Tyson E. Popped Tho . A. Johnson I .UW re lice It. Reed John C. Wiig J. Herbert Drummond Gordon P. IVttewax M t ( 1 H H M M H 0 M M n Q (j M 0 t- H M U PACK 167 1924 M Edward II. Me Adam Italph C. Ithudx Donald G. Mitchell W. Logan HillPACK 168emihme:zci’2; h u CHI DKLTA • I .oral I Founded 1922 Petitioning DELTA CHI FRATERNITY Flower Colors Poinscttia Crimson and Cray Frater in Facultatk Prof. A. II. Hcyer FraTKES IN I NIVERStTATE J. J. Hcnrick Class of 1924 K. M. Harris . II. PomeroN E. P. McCorkle W. J. Taylor Class of 1925 1). C. Liird II. E. Carey W. II. Anderson, Jr. C. T. Niblack F. S. Smith II. L Hodge 1. T. Kkcland A. L. Dehon G. II. lice J. W. 1 slier, Jr. Clays of 1920 L. 1.. Osborne L . Howell L C Boguc J. W. Gunn II. P. Ilcnhou F. N. Benbow J. 1). Niblack Class of 1927 C. (). Cheatham J. 1). Pearce, Jr. J. II. Livingston II. J. Hobson Plt'tlt'CS C. W. Van lumdingl 1924 PACK 169M M 924 PAGE 170:u:z: eminme:i[c DELTA TAU I Local) Founded 192.5 Flow hr lied Carnation Colors ltd and Croon Mk.miikks in Faculty William IS. Hathaway John Cray Mkmiikks in tiik I'niveksity Seniors W. Ja per Crowley Earle E. Peeples Ccorgc li. Clegg Alton M. Towles Wayne A. Cooper lloherl J. aiiglin Clyde Atkinson I-owis Hall Waller L Dallas Donald C. Flowers Olis Matlii' Clyde ’l l)avio George W. IVyor Juniors Joseph IS. Dickey llenr C. McClendon Sophomores George A. Newell Ham C. ISucha Leonard L Shear Freshmen James II. Hayden Joseph 0. Keezcl l.ulhor C. Fisher Edwin L. William' H u; K • M I i 1 M H M M H G M u M B □ a N B M M M 1924 L PACE 171PACE 172i ccccexjsk m i :z SIGMA EPSILON (l K'al i Petitioning llu SIGMA PHI KPSILON FRATERNITY Founded 192'$ Flower White Rose Coi.ohs Emerald and old Rom: Fratres IN Iacultatk Prof. James W. Day, B.S.A., S.Eo„ M.A. F. S. McLaughlin. A.B. FraTKES IN I RIIK Dr. T. . McCaul. B.A., M.A.. Th.M. Frathes IN I NIVERSITATK Class of 1924 Reeves Bowen Erwin A. Clayton 0. R. Davis Carroll W. Fusscll M. Roy Hinson W. L. Garter Alan Kntz Anderson II. Poller H. Irvin Wells Noel Kntz Grinnelle Hughes Theron K. McFattcr Norman A. Skcels Class of 1925 Class of 1929 Class of 1927 Grant A. Martell David McDowell J. Hooper ise Milton L. Veals T. S. Ferguson Harry M. Smith Cyril O. Bralley Rohert A onng Marklin Johnson LaMar Sarra Eugene F. ise Alton C. Morris Pledges Silas M. Creech H u W « N M B M M M a a M N a M Eldon L. Bovce PACK 173 1924 P» M M M M 924 PACE 174m i mm ecz::x a: 2 PHI KAPPA PHI HONOR SOCIETY Officers, 1923-21 Townes B. I.eii ;it J. M. Leake.. . P. Bi.ack .Corresponding Secretary (.. L. ('row V. S. Perry B ESI DENT Mk. i hers. 1923-21 (!. E. Abbott C. W . Cramlall W'ilmon Newell A. P. Spencer J. B. Benton J. W. Day J. . Norman II. B. Triitier E. . Berger J. M. Farr F. M. O'Bvrnc J. E. Turlington A. P. Black W. L Floyd . S. Perrj Albert X’idal 0. F. Burger J. B. Fulk P. L. Reed J. B. Watson F. W. Buchholz K. B. Hampton Joseph Roeiner C. II. W illoughby L M. Bristol II. A. Hall Frazier Rogers B. W. Amo II. G. Clayton V. B. Huthawax B. W. Ruprechl [ A. B. Caro B. B. Colson J. M. Ix ake J. M. Scott C. B. Hauser B. S. Cockrell I . B. Ia. igh F. M. Simpson G. W. Milam C. L. Crow A. A. Murphrce A. L. Shcaly F. L. Prescott Maurit •c Stein Alumni Members Elected 1922-23 Sam T. Fleming, .B. (1901) Alfred B. Nielsen, A.B. (1907) Isaac C. Jenkins. M.A. (1906) Borneo M. Seale). A.B. (1911) I NDERCRADt ATES Elected 1922-23 B. Glover Miller Newton 1). Si. John Elected During Si mmer Session. 1923 Martin II. Moyer. A.B. (Teachers) Edward L Beeson, M.A. (Teachers) (Miss) Gertrude McArthur, M.A. (Teachers) Frederick K. XX'ecdon, M.S. (Arts ami Science) I NDERCRADUATKS ELECTED 1923-24 Arts and Science kcimclh Kalmar llanscn Elmer Dumond Hinckley John Beach Hazard Carroll Wilhtir Fussell Jacob lloo|K r ise Agriculture iMillcdgc Alpheus Baker Orville Bhoads Davis Grant Arthur MartcII Engineering George Floyd Ferris Robert Earnest law Thomas Sale Teachers Ojus Malphurs Thomas Sherod Ferguson PACE 175 1924 Erwin Americus Clayton Murphy Boy HinsonPACE 176m i MMEran: THK INTERNATIONAL LEGAL FRATERNITY OF PHI DELTA PHI COCKRELL l Founded in 1869 ill the I nivcrsih of Michigan Fortv threc active Chapters Resident Members . YV. Hampton, Jr. Members in the Faculty R. S. Cockrell C. W. Crandall II. R. Truslci H. L. Thompson James YV. Day J. R. Farrior R. L. Earnest Thomas Sale George Milam Henry l.ilicnlhal Members in tiie I nivkrsity Seniors J. C. Byrd E. P. Ellis Thomas Ferguson R. K. I,ctvis M. I.. Stephens O. Cobb O. B. Simmons J. YV. Dolton Juniors Y. C. King M. L. Y eats YY. II. Gilmartin J. M. Simpson Freshmen K. S. Barnard 1924 PACE 177PAGE 178an s FLORIDA CHAITFR LPHA ZETA 4 Honorary Xgrirultural Fraternity) Founded at Ohio Stair I nivrrsity, 1 J» 7 Colors Mode and Skv Blue Flower Pink Carnation Fhatkes i Facultatk Prof. C. II. W illoiighhy l)r. A. I.. Shea I y l)r. J. K. Turlington Prof. Fra .icr Rogers Dr. Wilmon Newell Prof. W. L. Floyd Prof. J. . Day C. K. Ahhott II. I.. Brown II. G. Clayton II. G. Hamilton Prof. F. A. Ilavnic FltATKKS i I KBK C. T. Link B. C. Biley J. M. Scott Ralph Stoulamire II. K. Brat lev G. A. Martel I O. R. Davis M. A. Baker II. M. Smith M. T. Campbell Fit TitKS IN I NIVKRSITATK . J. Crowley C. 0. Brat ley T. J. Geiger C. (J. Si ma V. W. Wilson W. G. Wells — 4 H W I K « I! M n B M M M n o w M H B M M M PACK 179 1924 MPACK 180fT M H ( SCABBARD AND BLADE National Militan Frutcrnitv M M 0 M Founded at the I niver.-itv of Win'oibin, 1901 COMPANY H, SECOND REGIMENT Established 1920 Fkatres in Facultate l)r. A. A. Murphrcc Captain L. V. Amis Col. E. S. Walker (Captain F. If. Bain Major J. A. Van Fleet Fkatres in I kbk J. O. Cox V. M. Bradshaw C. W. Milam W. M. Harrison T. F. West L M. Butler O. K. Weatherwax R. C. Trimble, Jr. J. 11. Markham Fkatres in I mversitate T. J. Geiger G. Curtis C. II. Summers G. A. Martel I II. C. Stansfiehl J. K. Merrill C. Brown W. H. Keen 1924 ikiPAGF. 182,v fip M B :u:zi emin«e:z[u BETA ALPHA CHAPTER GAMMA SIGMA EPSILON FRATERNITY l Honorary Chemical) Founded al David-on (adlege January 20, 1920 1 totalled al Florida, December 17. 1922 Flow er Co 1 AIRS Blue liyacintli Blue and YI Official Publication The Ray Fiutres in Fault ate T. R. IPh.l). A. P. Black. A.B. W. H. Bcislcr, Ph.l). F. M. Healli, Ph FraTRKS IN I NIVERSITATE K. M. Smitli J. M. Pearce M. K. Sanders 1). W. Crane C. K. Hauser J. B. Hurt 1). Huhhard J. B. Dickey K. 1). Harris J. C. Hauser P. W. Hills A. K. Janes L. K. I)u|mul C. C. Swoopc J. B. Hazard J. L. Bray (). R. Davis R. J. aiighu J. II. Hansbrough L R. Bristol PAGE 183 1924:x 3T X;Ti)Z: EM I MfcECXCXZJX zi;] n u w J M M1924 PACE 184M 0 JtEXlXEMIIIMKXICiJ OMRICRON CHAPTER ALPHA PHI EPSILON FRATERNITY (Honorary Debating Fraternity) Colors Flower Garnet and Green Red Rose Frathes in Facultate Dr. A. A. Murphree l)r. J. M. Farr Dr. C. L Crow- Dr. Joseph Roemcr Dr. J. M. Chapman Dean H. R. Trosler Frvtrks in I MVKRSITATK G. H. Bee M. R. Hinson P. R. Bishop II. E. Knight C. 0. Bratlex R. K. Ix wis E. A. Clayton G. A. Martel 1 1.. J. (In hman G. YV. Milam (). R. Davis Thomas Sale R. L Earnest. Jr. L. 0. Stephens J. R. Farrior Maurice Stein T. S. Ferguson J. II. Wise C. V. Fussell J. B. Walker K. B. Unit Robert Wray PACK 185PACE 186W u M ( l PSILO.N Ci IA ITER OF SIGMA TAU FRATERNITY (Honorary Engineering) Installed al Florida in 1923 Mf.mhkrs in Faclltati: Prof. Melvin Price Dr. J. R. Henlon Prof. P. L Reed Prof. F. L Prescott A. A. Gillis All mm R. P. Perkins J. (.'. Bal son G. F. Ferris J. W. Friedman (!. R. Houser I), llnliiiard Activk Mkmhkks Class of 1924 W. H. Keen 0. Mal|»lmr E. E. Peoples R. C. Trimlde. Jr. B. K. Durst J. Allanassoff E. E. Henl ley L K. I ingford Class of 1925 L W. Davis B. J. Fiiiinan II. K. kniglit PACK 187PACK 18K0 f PACE 189 :o:i3 E m i PHI ALPHA DELTA i Honorary la'gnl Fraternity) 1)1 CA I . FLETCHER CHAPTER Founded al Florida in 1923 Coi.Olts Old Cold and Royal Purple Fiiathk in Facultatk R. A. Rasco Fkatkks in Paul Kmmert Harry A. Johnson I’iiul II. Brinson Carroll . Ftisscll Lee M. Worley William P. Howard. Jr. Her Leri L. Peterson Janies N. Fielding Joe Vernon Lmvkksitatk Reeves Bowen W illiam . Smillmiek Arnold Walls Chester Bedell Clarence A. Boswell W. S. W ilson A. C. Bosch J. W. tidier, Jr. Dillon{j zr x;zxx: EMiN0hE:z;xx)x zr;; ALPH A DELTA FR ATER NTH (Local) Founded 1921 Fratres ix Facultatk A. R. Hal lev A. W. Sweet, M.A.. I’h.D. L. S. Marshall ('has. W. Boyd Ned S. Porter A. Wright Harp C. R. Brandt Fratres in I niversitate B. F. Roche Richard G. Porter Geo. N. Wakefield Staten H. Chance A. Kgbert Janes Donald R. Judkins F. K. knight k. F. Brandt. Jr. B. 0. Smith R. A. Jones K. 0. Stokes 924 PACE 190PACE 192SERPKNT RIBBON SOCIETY Maurice Wilson. 1 A K... Franklin West, a T 11... Owen Pittman, i N ...... Sponsor Miw Frances Burroughs ........ President ......................................t'ice President St • Trra . DANCE COMMITTEE l eslic Jackson. II K Frank Had low. K A Dillon llarlridge, - A, Chairman A E Fdgar Bu.'bee. K i Shelby Gaskin, w Henderson Colter, A T II Owen Pittman, i N Marvin Clifton Members A. T. 0. Willie Morgan Hay Plut'kelman Henderson Coller Irvine William Jim Hrin on John Dickin on T. F. West John Alli on Frank Fvan Joe Sear llarrv JohnMon illard Hick Dick Brown Henry Havnard Leslie Jark«on J. T. Miller Pi K.A. Milo Stewart Lawrence (aw Hill Anderwn X. l-opea Stewart Pomeroy Clyde Long Harold Ear nett Edgar Todd Joe Brown Hiram Kauleraon Charted Petty Hill Story Itichard Woodruff Marion Kincaid Frank lladlo Kappa Alpha J. M. H. SimpMin Fdgar Jotted lbdd ie KohiiiMtn Frank Elmore Sant Cobh Hill Pierre Hob Pearce Jack Simpton llarprr l)avitl«on Fort Hoyd P. I). Knight. Jr. Joe Barchan Kvppa Sn.Mv Edgar Budliee Hur oii I .lira Richard Rwe Hill Cody Willie Crren Well Kara K. Kaaarlt Eugene K. Page Eugene Smith W. T. David K. K. Hansen S. A. K. M. J. Wilton Dillon Haitridge J. It. Hiuinhy J. Ib'ioon Markliani W. . Stanly A lev Hatton I). M. lamry lane Worley Archie l.iving lon G. W. Lightsey Owen Pittman Sigma Nit Kalph Crum 6. L Tyler Harry Kin Phillip J. Mank Palmer Tyler William Camhlr Huron Crave HumtI Ijvmon Shelby Gaskin F. M. Allcmun Theta Chi Marion Hendry W infield Hendry Fred Hartlr»on Cy William Hill Patcy Frank Crom Shirley llayne worth Broward Norton Keith llillle Dudley Clinn Hatold Spring Itob Clark PACK 193 1924PACE !• « THETA RIBBON SOCIETY Officers Howard Kiddle. Slrav ( rwk Shirley Cracky. Sirov Creek Lem Woods, a T U . Chairman Dance Comm Members ltiia Tad Omm.v Charter Clough Willis Middlek.iuff Currcn Webb Floyd Kerri Murray Ovcrrtrret Edward Woodbenv Pole Karri Marion Sessions Pledges la m Wood Evans Harrell George King Mien Smith Frank llohh Jack Mauey k ri A i.niA Torn Spencer Kdgjr Blake Robert Wallace Norton Christie Harry Crcary John Bond Douglas. Hender.ori John A. Muiplirre Waller Troxler Pledges Richard Merrill Charles B. McLin William Lake James Rjndolph Gardiner Welch K pi a Su.Ma 1. M. Buller M. M. Glover Hugh Roberta J. 1.. Kali M. U. Minim Pledges O. B Simntona 1. C. Batclvelder W. M. Jeacle C. P. Simmons A. K. Black Carl Marshall Sigma lpha Eimlon l.conard Wesson Stance! Taylor D. S. Baird Paid Brin on A. K. Braaley Clinton Ihirhridge ). T. Green R. S. Pierce Pledges Hr in Jordan Henson Markham Cracker Crcndiaw Jack Laurent Frank V ilson Sicm No George Milam Joorph Fra tier II C. Brown Joe Dalton Beach lla anl Curtis Warren James Clark Truman Green Kenneth June Hubert Week Marvin Green Pledges IlnlM-rt (!nvn Rrvson Copeland Norris Ba«kin Winston Kam ey Kohert Delcber Tiii.ta Chi Herndon llanshrough George Calhoun Ka rttond Daniel Howard Kennedy Clenienl Therd Henry l.ilicnthal Wallace Shafer John Ttiunl Pledges J«»e Reece Brooks l.effinwe|| Howard Curry Erne McDonald Robert F.iiiott Pi Kappa i.r»iA Edw ard Calhoun Frank Pomeroy. Jr. II. 1.. Peterson Chester McMullen Roger T. Randall Henry !a li Pledges Edwin Trevor Frank Walker William Moye Sam Mrbon Che ler Bedell Henry McDonnell W illiam Goode President Treas. 1924 PACK 195PACE 1 %:u:z: em i nme:z:i2: THE PIRATES Founded at tin I niversitx of Florida 1921 Sponsor Miw Margaret Fralcigli I!. S. Pierce President Howard Riddle Pice President G. I. Ferris Secretary Pete Harris........... ........................................................Treasurer F. N. Hadlow............................................ .Chairman Dance Coin miller I'd Blake Mkmiikks Lesley Jackson Robert Collills ». L. Gibbons Frank Evans (). T. Green Paul Ucker (). B. Simmons W ilson Trammel Frank Elmore Mike Randall George Calhoun T. F. West Clinton Burbridge Donald Baird 1). Hartridge Chester Bedell “S|M e" Eights?) Turner Davis E. B. Woodhcrrv Reeil Hearing James Clark L. A. Wesson Frank Pomcrox M. J. Wilson Shirley Crucey m. Stanley K I «OJM Z Bill) Sniithwiek Tom Sebring Ed Jones V. M. Kobinson llal Houser L P. Woods I-ttwrence Cuse Joe Fra ier II. M. Brumbx James Biumlev 1924 PAGE 1972Z:£;»}Z: EMIH«kECX(»;S2X: H 192 PACE 198M M W r N U •% • M M W H r» 1 n • a M M M H |SW :zr:x'xU;x;sEMiiiMErx(«;x:xx: •M STUDENT BODY OFFICERS Roiiiikt l« Earnest, Jr., President T» lead a Student Body of thirteen hundred student in all it activity is enough tu ta tin «l.ill of j Bismarck. But Karne t. genial, popular. impartial, fr irlr« . ha led the Student Binly through it mu»t successful cjr in the history of the I niversily with the le.i t amount of friction nml »trife el known. Georcf. . Mila.M, ice-President Contrary to the usual condition, our Vice-President ha taken tilt active inlere t in all Student Body affair ami ha shown himself capable to take over the rein of government at any time in the l’re idrnt’ absence, lie lias at all time shown himself willing, conscientious and competent. Klmkm l . IIincki.ev. Secretary-Treasurer To the Secretary-Treasurer of tin Student Body fall a great nu of detail work and financial responsibility. In having "Bud" Hinckley the Student Body ha been exceed-ingly fortunate, lie ha been efficient and hard-working, accomplishing well hi one aim, that of erving tin Student Body. H li 192.U PACK 200HONOR COMMITTEE 201 w THE BUDGET COMMITTEE The Budget System of the university was brought to birth by the Student Body Association in the spring of 1920. Since that time it has grown to maturity, ami has proved to be an exceedingly fortunate solution to our ever-growing financial problem. This system provides for a Student Activity Fee of twenty dollars per man. Five dollars of this is given to major sports for the promotion of football, basketball. baseball and track. One dollar and a half i- given to minor sports for the promotion of wrestling, boxing, tennis, volley ball, and soccer. One dollar is given to the lyccuin fund which is used in bringing entertainers to the student body. One dollar and a half goes to the special fund which i used to meet various financial emergencies not otherwise provided for. One dollar goes to the Florida Alligator, which entitles every student to a year's subscription to this weekly paper. One dollar is given to the literary societies and debating council, which pays the ex| enscs of debating teams representing the university, and takes care of all membership dues for the students. Two dollars and a half goes to the Student V. l. C. A., which makes possible a unified religious program under the direction of a trained General Secretary. Three dollars ami a half goes to the college annual, the Seminole, which entitles each student to a copy of this publication. Three dollars is given to the gymnasium fund which is used in equipping the gymnasium and promoting interest in physical culture. The Student Body has been exceedingly fortunate this year in securing a remarkable combination of foresight, conservatism ami acumen. The members of the Budget Committee have proved themselves to l»e veritable watch-dogs of the treasury. PAGE 202 :xz2K33:z2 eminme?x:2:2:2:zz: THE DEBATING COUNCIL T. S. Fergi son. President. Representative of C:« lof l-tt % E. A. Clayton. Vice President. Representative of I earlier! College II. E. Knight, Secretory. Representative of Engineering College C. (). Treasurer. Representative of College of Agriculture L 0. Stephens. Reporter. Rcpre'cniativc of rt Science College I,. M. Hiustol. Faculty tdviser, Chairman Faculty Committee TRIANGlFAR DERATE QUESTION: Resolved that the Occupation of the Ruhr is Justifiable. At Tennessee Affirmative: Maurice Stein, T. S. Ferguson. At South Carolina Negative: Carroll Fu»sell, Gerald Bie. L S. I . DEBATE QUESTION: Resolved that Congress should Miss a 5quota lau based Upon the census of 1890. to succeed the present quota lau regulating immigration to the United States. Team: C. 0. Brat ley, E. R. McGill. PACE 203 1924YMC A 2Z;£;Q)Z3 EMIM«hE:Z(U:S2X: ■M u G a X M d 924 PAGE 2G»ry H a K «4 W B M H H B M « 8 0 w B K « M fj 1924 PACE 205PACK 206rr W cu:z: EMin«hKx:x'2:z INK SKMINOLK Florida's Annual Murray W. Overstreet Edit or-in-Chief Hubert Weeks Ojus Mai.piiurs Art Editor Robert Mann 1 ssociate Editor-in■ C.hief G. Marvin Green issistant Managing Editor K. K. Mason Literary M. 1. Mounts Athletic Curtis Warren J. H. Ixhjan T. J. Edwards. W. G. Parm ENTER Jokes 1,. (). Stephen Assistant Editors Literary Literary L. T. Pentiums. Frank Wright r:: . Athletics Military Organizations Irl John F. Hiatt, Jr. Business I)ei» rtmknt Business Manager 0. B. Simmon A. K. Black .... Clarence Boswell Isst. Business Manager isst. Business Manager isst. Business Manager 1924 PACE 207 M M 924 PACE 208it m i «fcfc:x:;r ic THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR Staff 1923192 1 K - Kenneth K. Hansen Gerald H. Bee. J. W. I SUER ..Editor-in-Chief .....Managing Editor Asst. Managing Editor Editors B. I . Berlack Sports II. E. Hammar. Itumni J. T. Etiieredce... Exchanges W. G. Parmenter E. B. Bt.'SBEE... Wai.uce Byrd G. A. Martell Eeatu res Military Assistants Wallace Shafer A. Waterman Puller Warren Sports Jokes Henry Cash. R. L Hodges..... F. A. Kent R. W. Ervin R. R. Parkhill David A. Hamho . K. Black Society Military Reporters C. Van Landingham i). J. Catlirart L. C. (Cartwright II. E. MrLiughlin Business Department A. M. Laird E. R. McGill J. Ilavden Easiness Manager Asst. Easiness Manager Tiie Alligator is a weekly newspaper owned and controlled l»y the I niversily of Florida student body ami serves as an organ expressing the daily activities and needs of the students. Ils editorials discuss I niversity problems from the viewpoint of the undergraduate, and ils news columns deal with practically every phase of college activity. It stands for the best intellectual ami moral interests of the entire student body, and seeks to promote every deserving organization and enterprise upon the campus by giving to each the publicity which it merits. The Alligator is edited and published by a student staff of which the Kditor-in-Ghicf, Managing Editor, and Business Manager are elected annually by the student body. 1924 PAGE 209 :r n x'vU)xi em i nmecxc»;3: :xz: •M M M H M M ki 924 PACE 210:o:z: e m i nme:x BLUE KEY Founded .it the I niversily of Florida, 1921 R. L. Earnest President E. I). Hinckley................................................. Pice President . Fi sskl Secretory H. Johnston Treasurei Members B. C. Riley Thomas Sale 'I'. S. Ferguson J. F. Blatl. Jr. K. k. Hansen M. W. Overslrect Pole Harris J. II. Wise E. A. Clay Ion Rohcrt Wray C. H. Bee F. II. l-ang worthy k. B. Hail 1). A. Ramho G. W. Milam Hubert Weeks J. II. Markham . It. Owens 1924 PACK 211K H M M M M M H r- n u M H M M LIVE STOCK JUDGING TlvWlS 1923-21 University of Florida, College ok Agiucllturk. Team Competing at State Fair, Jacksonville, Fla. K. I). Sewell, II. L Speer, K. H. Mann. M. G. Young, G. . Wakefield, Y. B. Anderson, Y. K. Weston, F. M. Hodges, G. G. Sixtna, . B. Sullivan, V C. Ormsby. Team Competing t Soltii Florida Fair, Tampa. Fla. K. I). Sewell, II. L Speer, E. Y. Scarborough, J. II. logon, E, I . Hairy, . k. Weslon, A. C. Ornisby, F. M. Hodges, W. B. Anderson. M. (». Young, D. . Driggers. Coach —Professor C. H. V illoughby.I JIMfttfr «'APX f n BRCNIVCN cam: lwahis (APTKH IWLN CAPT J.A.VAN ri-t'ET CVPT.HM.10N n S H M M u M M H •» •• M M n H + « 0 0 M t) H n k i N«l M M M « id M H 924 pac;k 2i ttt H M : ;:z:i’EMiMabEcx:i 2 H kn' »■ -« M M B M M M H c: M M M a □ H N H r • a M 1924 d PACK 215H M r w •• M Trx;ii;z: E«iw«fcE:z;ix:x x K. B. 11 AIT C.ndrt Major J. C. Mattiikws llnttalion Adjutant THE COLOR GUARD M H 924 PAGE 216RESERVE OFFICERS TRAINING CORES ItZ V4 MIE scholastic year «f 1923-1921. now drawing i » a close, has witnessed a M highly successful effort on the pari «»f ihc R. O. T. C. Battalion (o live up lo it- former standards, an effort so successful that many former records were no! only equalled, hut eclipsed. The success of the Florida men at the summer training camp. Camp McClellan at Anniston. Alabama, was hut an augury of what tin- year was to hold in store for the battalion. W ith an unusually large number of men, from both the advanced and basic courses, in attendance at camp, the name of the I niversity of Florida was displayed to advantage in every activity. The rifle team won easily in the inter-college com| clitiou a summer camp, defeating Emory I niversity by a safe margin. The second team finished seventh in the competition. In winning this competition Florida duplicated her record of the summer before, winning for the second successive time. The honor of having the highest individual shot in camp fell to Florida for the second time also. V. Byrd winning this distinction. In the pistol conijK’tition at summer camp, the Florida team finished a close second, narrowly missing a cup for marksmanship in another clas- of small-arms fire. Florida's name yvas equally prominent in other activities at camp. Owing to the prowes- of Connell the I . of F. finished fifth in the mid-summer track meet, an extremely creditable showing when the limited number of her entries i- taken into consideration. In boxing, both Pomeroy and Matthews won added distinction, eliminating all other aspirants for the light heavy-weight title. The members of the battalion returned to Florida in the fall to find three additions to the military staff of the I niversity in the persons of Capt. F. M. Brennan, Capt. E. M. Yon, and Sgt. k. McAllister. ith k. B. Hail as Cadet Major. J. C. Matthews as Adjutant, and Bambo. Wcatherwax. Markham, ami Perry a- captains, the military organization entered upon the new year with every pm-pecl for an unusually successful season jn every department of military activity. In the gallery competition for the Fourth Corp- Area championship, the gallery team emerged victorious for the second succe—ivc year, thus ably sustaining the reputation of the University of Florida in marksmanship. Allho Florida's most dangerous in the gallery competition. North Carolina State, led in the fir-t three stages, the Florida team made such a remarkable record in the fourth and la-1 stage that it walked away yyith the cup for the second time. A third yictory in the gallery competition will make this cup the permanent property of the U. of F. Next year the commandant. Capt. J. A. Van Fleet, will be replaced by Major Arthur C. Tipton. This year witnessed the completion of Major N an Fleet's four-year term of service with the B. (). T. C. Indications point towards a military organization of such size that a regiment of two battalions of three companies each is likely to replace the present battalion. PAGE 217M 1924 H u K I H M H B M B a H n M H ffinrnciEffis COMPANY A PACE 219H M1924 PACE 220H (924 PACE 222rT ;CX E MINMEXC i 1 a K W H M M M H B M « S M H B K« M M M M 1924(4 PACE 223:zz: e:x(«)x zzx: K H s M M M 8 M M H a •» •• M N £3 H N M r w to m M M H H W 924 •M u MACHINE GUN DRILL PACE 224 H i.; K - W SI H M M H D M - M M s a H M H 0 K M M H PACK 225 K •« M 1924 HK H M u n H u M H 2X I »r W •% M M H H w M H M M K » N H M M « 1 kd • M M ki UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA BAND R. DkWitT Brown, Director Cornets A. I). Ilut.'on 0. W. Hewitt W. II. Powell J. 1). Sil crt IL M. Cargcll Kiehard Clark C. Washburn S. K. Foster J. B. Campbell • • M. Bates : Hi. •« 4 C. J. Rogero Clarinets G. 1). Hamilton E. A. Busbee I). K. Judkins V. L. Hunt . V. Shafer J. H. McDonald 1,. S. Marshall S. K. Love T. J. Edward F. W. McCall E. B. Webster Clarinets Eh II. L Edwards Horns 1 . 1). Plumb A. S. Gilbert F. 1. Buie J. F. Sellc Saxophones E. 11. Calhoun L T. Pendarvis E. I). Bar wick W. II. Pomeroy Elute aiul Ciccolo H. M. Smith Trombones C. O. Brat ley A. B. Coe A. E. Kromer Harilones M. Y. Overstreet F. C. Pearce H. E. McLiin llass T. A. Johnson M. U. Mounts E. L illiamts J. 1 . Graham Drums . J. Sears, Ji G. M. Green Gary Ennis 192U FACE 22btt M M :i.i:x:xemimmecx:c2::s2 H k i s H M M H M M M H c: M M M 9 H t) H s M M H M 1924 H PACE 229PACK 230TT M UX CMIHMKE H a 1924 PACK 231I'U;K 232EP M H W B « M B B M « a N H M 192.4 H PACE 233 n S H « a M M M r S n M • •« M K 0 M H M n krf to at M M M H PM g M 1924 ROLL OK FARR LITERARY SOCIETY First Semester Officers Second Semester J. II. Wise President . k. k. Hansen C. II. Bek. .. rice President .... E. B. McGill W. S. Middleton B. L. E. E. Mason. R. A. Si as ... Serueanl-at-Arms .. Wallace Byrd Roll W. C. Atkinson W. C. Harris T. E. Poppcll G. H. Bee Everett llosack Jim? Pitchford Boy Brooks 1). B. Harrison T. E. Pip pen R. L Brothers J. L. Harris C. E. Petty G. M. Build Charles Holland J. M. Quinn Wallace Byrd J. B. Hazard E. II. Bambo C. 0. Burner T. M. Hathcock W illiam Russell Cecil Burnell W. M. Hawkins B. B. Parkhill I„ S. Bonstccl James Hayden A. W. Saarinen M. A. Carlton J. M. Jenkins B. A. Sias Monroe Cimphell K. A. Kent Henry Simmonite L E. Gary J. H. Wise Paul Smynor K. II. Crownc II. 1. Wells L. 0. Stephens 1). J. Calhcart B. C. Young Alfred Stipmnn S. II. Chance G. B. King J. N. Spencer B. A. Champlin Angus laiird C. J. Sparkman S. M. Creech Bex Lee Palmer Tyler II. Cromer S. k. Love J. T. Tice 0. T. Davies C. L l mrorn W. II. Timmons Harper Davis II. II. Lipham 0. . Tyler leroy Ely K. E. Mason ’. W. an Gindingham II. W. Entz E. B. McGill B. F. Vaughn Herman Kcinhurg K. S. Marketl Fuller Warren J«x Frazier, Jr. W. S. Middleton O. E. Watts M. C. Gardner Joe Minardi A. C. Weimcr William Goode W. II. Morgan J. G Wiig Robert Gladwin B. E. McDonald P. 0. Wiig K. K. Hansen E. T. O’Donald T. C. Williams B. L Hodges F. C. Pelot M. II. Wyatt T. H. Parham PAGE 234 rczzKCKXMVMMMECKCBXz 1924 PACK 235zrn x;z2)x:sem i nme ux 21:: M M1924 PAGE 236:3r3Co;2Kx e m i 3: THE JOHN MARSHALL DEBATING SOCIETY OF THE COLLEGE OF LAW k • ‘Lex non deficit in jnstilin exhihendti First Semester Paul Emmert..... Louis 0. Gravely. Officers ... President ... I ice President Second Semester Thomas Sale M. L Yeats Cushman Sergeant -at-dr ms ... J. C. Byrc Members W. A1 bury W. F. Evans T. M. Masters K. S. Buynanl J. R. Farrior E. P. McCorkle 1). J. Baird L. C. Farr C. W. Milam Miss S. M. Biddle T. S. Ferguson W. 1). Morgan M. IL Bicn J. . Fielding R. 1). Newton E. S. Blake C. W. Fussell 0. C. Parker G. Brooks S. G. Gaskin M. II. Padgett R. Bowen W. II. Gilmartin G. W. Pctteway E. L. Boyce M. M. Clover 0. Y. Pittman. Jr. L. C. Boguc Pete Harris E. F. Pomeroy. Jr. P. II. Brinson B. 1). Marl ridge Ernest Rutledge R. II. Burrilt W. M. Hendry II. G. Sebring L C. Case Jack Howard B. (J. Semilof E. B. Casler A. 1). Huhhard J. 1). Siliert A. R. Clouts E. L. Huhhard Bryan Simpson (). M. Cold. F. M. Ivey IE Siegal V B. Coe H. A. Johnston M. L Stephens F. R. Crom II. E. King V. J. Taylor C. C Curry W. C King C. L Theed J. W. Dalton 1). C. Laird J. W. Usher, Jr. W. T. Davis R. K. Lewis J. H. Watkins J. V. Dillon H. F. Li lientlial T. F. West, Jr. R. L Earnest C. 1). I.inchaiigh L. M. Worley E. P. Ellis H. A. Luethi W. II. Wolfe J. T. Etheridge J. C. Matthews M. L. Yeats PACE 237 1924n H r )z: EM i :xx: •M M f 1 H 924 PACK 238m i m9ie:£xi tt;] ! «• M 1924 H PACE 239EP M :c:Z! EMINME[Z[0 H kx M tl « M M H B M M M g a H M n ►- • H H n 1924 M M PACE 211M H 924 PACK 242PACK 243PACE 244PAGE 245H H H H s M I H t±: T5 xejbsxes 2ZK13 2s: i:u:i zr ixjazxnitx PACE 246mz hov«i JZ61 p HPAGE 219PACE 250w M H to! K W H w ti H 8 M M M a H M s C3 M « M 1924 H PACE 251M H 924 PACE 252o:z: EMiHeiE:r ST. PETERSBURG CLUB Officers Arthur L Deiion ............................................. President FviM.v McKari.wh Vice President Wilmbr J. Tati lor Set retar y Henri Baynard Treasurer Kenneth Love Reporter Sponsor Miss Til lie Yaryan. St. Petersburg, Florida W H H M H Members in Picture Henry Baynnrd Oliver lieu ill Robert Baynard Dean Houk kielh Bittle Maurice Harris Lincoln Boguc Liuriston lioucll Fstien Booth J. B. Livingstone Alexis Brumby Kenneth Love Biehard Clark John Lasting William Davis l «rl McFarland Arthur Dehon J. 1). Pearce. Jr. Walter Emmons John Quinn Stanley Foster Wilmcr Taylor Girl Green Edgar Todd Claude W;right Members Not in Picture Ivan Batchehler BoIntI Danison Elmo Bo eman Charles Fisher Walter Braden Oliver llaii| tman Jimmy Brumby Ralph immons Bohert Brumby Herbert Peterson Robert Girgcll Tom Squier Jimmie Clark Glen Whitaker Julian Collins Harry Young PACK 253£ i nmeczcxzr?] ••• M H 924 PACK 2S4u x e m i x H WJ K -4 W SI H H H 0 M H § H ! B K H M n 1924 p» «■ M L PACE 2SSPACE 256wm H K W i 1 M M M M M M M B 0 H M a M 1924 H PACE 2S7H1924 PACE 238 COLUMBIA □□UNTY CLUB H H M M M H J t. r) u M 0 li M n a ► M M n M 1924 M PAGE 259K M WJ M M ki 924 i ;k horr M UX EMIHMECZ 1 H kJ « M H Q M M M H c M M M g d M K H r « n M 1924 H PACK 261M H 924 PACK 262:o:z: emimme[xPACE 261PACE 265PACK 266FT m0NROE COUNTy r CLUB PACE 267H H 9 2 A PACE 268rr M W u S W IS M M H B M H M H B ►- -• M M H M 1924 H PACK 269I «4 M H (924 PACE 270PAGE 271PIpolk county clubIO I M9IEC£(» 5 H 9 N H M n H r N u M N M a M H H n h N«l H M M H K « fcW M H 924 PACE 272PACE 271‘F, c NNEE COUNTY CLUB H u K - W SI K i H M N H 5 E » M H a a H M H M 1924 U PACE 275H 924 PACE 276M o'Z'xemi imez:«:i z H W a H M M H K - J c M M M a a M M H B K H M n «« M 192 A H PACE 277PACK 278The Happij Hunting" Ground CWOS t VU PHtftt —»:sr: £'tU;x2 EM i w»bE: x;xx:x ()l K SPONSORS l( is unusual for a Joke Section lo have sponsor , hut llu n. our Sponsor arc unusual, lo pick the sponsors for the outstanding mcritii and «|ualilie that our choices were lo possess took endless observation and much cogitation. The qualities for which they were chosen arc: Scundalmonging. Fluency of Conversation. Com- plexion, Attractiveness in Feminine Makeup. “Preciousness”, Devotedncss to Kach Other (they even outdid our dear friends. Messrs. Milam and Fame 11. We would not hold hack from our reader for one instant the names of the winners, so here goes. They are: Miss II. A. Cash, Miss K. B. Lucas. W e make no mention of second chocie. for we would not hurl any feelings by placing anyone in second place. Miss Cash, who has left school to enter an academy in New Yawk to take up “anasthetie” dancing, is one of the cellar sisters of the Pi k. A. Fraternity, while Miss Lucas is not connected will any fraternity: she is a kappa Sig. We can hold this against neither of them though, for we believe that they can live this down in the course of time. 19 iU PACK 280xcc:ox eminme:ix2) MIXED XNTIIOLOGIES I Florida Alligalor Doclor Karr come oul of hi office carrying a French grammar undrr hi. aim; lie garr over I hr cla room. “Mr. Wise, where «loc the le on bejin?" Mr. Wi«r M-irrhn hastily thru hi book, hut finding no convincing clue, reverts into hi u ual inaction. student pipes up. “Page US. Doctor. Doctor Karr opens his book. “Are there any questions? re there?" V pause. “Any question on | age ! S? Are there? ny question on page .V»? re there? Any question on entire lesson?" longer pause. “ re there? ny question whatsoever?" This has a note of finality. Ilut no! “Are There?" lie gathers himself for tho climax. “If not. I am calling the roll.” Doctor ilenton i discovered, puffing on a straight briar pqie. lie goc into the chi room and pul his foot on the first seal in the second row. which i broken. He blink sixteen times, licks his lips, and squints at hi protege , mirking hi roll book and rubbing hi lieard. which by a secret process i kept always three day old. He lay I lie roll Imok on his desk, sit on it (the deskf, blink seven lime , get up. clear hi throat. “A-a-a-ah. gentlemen. I suppose you have committed to memory the li t of the minor poets of the Victorian age?" Doctor Crow enter , in 2J strides, approximately. He lakes a large heet of paper from a drawer and nark neatly thereon for those that ure present, checking hi result by peering over hi gla» e . The lecture l cgin . He walks luck and forth Itehind live desk, sticking hi finger in certain hole , which ate worn smooth by fifteen year of service, and a|Mdogetically explaining the difference between heat, tempeaturc. and entropy. problem comes up. He whi k n slide rule from hi inside coat pocket, lay it aero the bridge of hi no e. "Mi. er. the result i }-9 point-.54t-7. That is approximately.” Doctor llriMol. wearing an erratic, irridescent. fascinating bow lie, smilingly greet hi cla ». Assuming an academic Mernne In-fitting the occasion, be Iwgin . "There are three ellyment which combine in innumerable ways. These are cahlnm, hytrngen and oxygen. Onnhincd in one , way. they form alcohol, a poison; in another, vinegar, something sour; in till anotlwr they form sugar, something sweet. All the boya and girl know that.' tCIa hlu lie and titter ha hfully. "In still another combination these three wonderful ellyment form saccharine, a sulwtance three hiindrrd time as sweet a sugar. You should call your girl “Saccharine", for it ha three hundred lime the concentration of (HI ion that sugar has.” Doctor laugh i discovered, searching industriously thru hi brief case and occasionally consulting a mall gold alarm click attached hy a silken rope to a golden fi h-hook. l the op|Mirtunc moment he set tlic clock on hi desk and call the roll. Still seated, lie lecture . “Progress is increasing complexity. What do you think of that statement. Mr. Kent?” Meek grin innocently and ventures. "Wouldn't that depend on Marginal endahilily. Doctor?” The Doctor show twenty-four teeth in a cold, pitying «milc ami ri - to draw an illustrative diagram. He find the hoard covered with next week’ reading assignment; lie era e a «mall opening, and draw hi diagram to illustrate the “Vicious Circle." which, on the whole, is inimical to the “ Run Welfare of the Croup.” PACE 2812r;£ z: EMiHMEr£{»:s2x: 1924 HIS NIHS. PETE HARRIS. Alpha Tau Omega. Can't help it. Itninscy's (1). (2). (3). H). Class Marbles (1). Clintonian of the Judicial Cuspidor 2 . (3). What «'. like about Pete In the fact that lie in neither a coke-hound, a Itrent lover or a saxophone player. lie is rather I lard on Mercers In the early morning. Roys are boys though. and Kiris will l»e—philanthropic. KONRAD KAKBRTBR HANSEN, Kappa Sigma, denies It. Farr Lit. finder.) Asst. Head Hull of defunct (?) Beefsteak Club. College Croquet (2. 3. t.) Can prove he wrote an editorial for the AlliKutor once. K. K. is a good boy when asleep and he Is a good boy most of the time. Altho only sixteen years of age. he has already proven himself n child prodigy In the difficult studies of Phil. Ill and Poultry llun-bnndry IV. THE HONORABLE ROBERT EARNEST. l i Kappa Alpha. They don't brag about It. Pros, of the student body of numb-skulls. He never took part In athletics but once and that was when ho chased after money as business manager of the 1923 Seminole. He lias proven at once that Darwin’s theory Is right and that masculine beauty Is enhanced by the wearing of n Want. THREE DOPES MILAM. Sigma Nu. From another chapter. Captain Poker Team (I): Class Pool (1. 2. 3. t). Kennel Club (3. I): Intends to put on long pant and abandon his childish ways when ho graduates. Dog-fancier and billiard champion of Paradise. Fla. Itotb- himself and Mutt Into the office • if Vice - Pres hie nt and Mascot respectfully. of the student body. « n Rob Earnest' reputation. J. HERNDON HANSBOROI'CH. Theta Chi. It's a shame. Mali Jongg Team «5 ; Runner-up In Interclnss Tiddly-win x 2. I. 5.): Crlblmgo 1. 2. Captain 3); Post graduate (j); Chief Adviser to Dr. Leigh (I. 2. 3, I. :.). A very • inlet, unassuming l»oy with lofty ambitions. lb Is post graduate but tries to keep It concealed l»y putting his picture In the Senior section. He Is known to Ids few friends ns a chemist of no ability. I, "TED" PENDARVIS. Tap pa Kcgga Bock. Florida's own saxaphonc virtuoso. Varsity Mumbiy-peg (J, Captain -'): Florida-Tuskeegee Debating Team (2): Y. M. C. A. (1. 2): Caveman'S Club (1. 2.): African Coif, substitute. We hold nothing against "Ted" because we do not live In his neighborhood but it Is said that bis saxaphonc will be the death of him yet. PACE 282:0X7EMIN IE[£[O w I.J I PUBLISHED BOOKS "Cow il Household Pets” —Judge Cockrell. “Defence of Darwinism" —W. J. Bryan. “Why I I -eft Johns Hopkins" —C I.. Crow. “My First lx ve Affair” —J. It. Benton. ‘The Superiority of the Lincoln over the Marmon” —J. M. Karr. “Theory and Practice of Free la vc" J. W. Norman. New Equipment for the Law College 1st Junior: Well. I've been here three year and I haven't made a fraternity yet. I don't like ’em. 2nd Junior: So have I and I don't like 'em cither. Jlnth: Lei's form a local. I walked all the way from the College Inn to the Engineering building in the mud. trying to get around three rats who were arm in arm. executing a company front on the sidewalk. I here are now six while crosses on the hill, where sings the plaintive whip-poor-will. • -Oscar. PACE m2Z;£ )» EMIH«bECZ(»}32Z: Dr. ftcnton - Prof Lord - Dr Crow - Of Cnwa I - Dcftn Trailer Out AlL'Kaci lty Symphony Cabaret Manager: Stop that, please! You can't dance like that in here! Jimmie: We’re not dancing. My girl has fainted. Soph: I wonder what kind of women there arc in Hell? Hal: I'll hot there arc sonic hot ones there. FAMOL S "LAST WORDS’ “l this as fast as it will go?” “It 'lire has a fine color—gurgle, gurgle- "Nave you anything to .six before "let’s heat it across.” “It ain’t loaded.” "Just one more, before I leave.” “Remember to change your socks and wear your rubbers when it rains.” " rite on one side of the paper only and write legibly.” H II 924 RACE 281fT J E MI MM E CXC V HK SINGERm INVADES THE PRESS The Tappa k«gga B°k Knierniiy entertained «l lia:liifiilly in tli ir Vunual pril K«J It.ill at the Black lloute lost evening. The ballroom wj deconlnl in villainous lasts in the Fraternity Color , lavender and Pea Crcen. A large liowl of spikr l piiill'll was the center of attraction. Tlie Grand March, which liegan the customary forty-five minutes late, wa led hy Mr. Montague Montmorency and Miss lv» e Smythe of Umatilla, a i tcd by Mr. Bertram Jone and Mi I.iiIii I .on l.nui . a veteran of many year . The borrowed black «d tlie gentlemen made a vivid contrast with the barbaric costumes of the young ladies, and beneath the oft glow of the light , live ensemble v a most remarkable. Thruoul the evening couple could Ik seen going out to catch air, and the many automobile parked here and there were well occupied. Tlie cloak room wa very popular with the numerous tag». who were busily occupied in finding hat and overcoat which would fit them. Music wa furni lied for the «cca ion by the Chest warmer Orchestra of Kalamazoo. Michigan, who have no | arlicular qualification , oilier than that they come from a long way off. Unique dance program in lire liapc of pocket lbi k« were given to the reveler , those for the girl having lavender cords, those for the boys. |m i green. Mi ly e Smytlie, who would l e a very plain-looking girl if you could see her face, wore a gown of sheer brown and a uniformly dumb expression. Mi I .ill ii lam l.nui wore nothing much but a worried look. She i ii’l quite sure she can last out another season. Mi Carrie Mee way. who i an alarming blonde, wa laughable in a gown which be inlieritrd from an elder i ter. Mi Ihitcmc I’ppr wa a problem to her e cort, who tried all known methods to shove her off on lii Fraternity brothers, but was finally obliged to 'it out six dance with tier. Mi Chlorine Green, a blind dale from Alachua, wore something or oilier. Her dancing wa ometbing of a disappointment to her chum fiance’ room mate, but her itting -oul were a complete ucce . Dancing ceased at two A.M., but tlie festivities continued until nearly morning at Crowell’ B«-«taurant. on the I’alatka road, and in variou oilier localities. M 1924 PACE 2a .FRATERNITY DIRECTORY H M » •« n hn w s u M M )EdTEM IN9I E:Z(«5X 3: C-f paid advertisement inserted by the llam-llellish Council, for the information of those desirous of lodging at fraternity houses. All applications for bids should be addressed to the Ku Klux Klan. Care of The Alachua County Setts. Gainesville.) Alpha Tai Omeca. Founded, mi rely. Colon : Baby Blue and Gill. Flower: Morning Glory. VefeUble: Artichoke. Representative faculty member: Dean Trusler. Badge, Iron Croat. Very, very clannish; sulwirdinate organisation include lire College and the Masquerader . Umbrella! Umbrella! Kappa Alpha. Never, founded, apparently; no one will take the responsibility. Colors: Mauve and Taupe. Flower: Sunflower. Vegetable: Prune. Motto: "Cod and the ladies," and it is said that they arr more partial to the latter. Representative faculty memlier: Doc Murphree. Mas more pledges and fewer graduates than any other fraternity on the campus. Their rat speak only to their old men; tlieir old men |tcak only to (owl and the ladies. Kvppa Slot A. Founded at an oily date at the Univoisity of Yokelhoma. Badge, like an A. T. 0. pledge button, only different. Color : High Brown and White Trash. Flower: Wild Poppy (Otto!). Vegetable: Banana. Grip influenza. Representative faculty member: Doc I.cakc. Members very active in campus activities; some say they're too active. Theta Chi, or Clicc'c. a the Roquefort -aid to tlie l.imburger. Founded at the University of Norway, Friday the Thirteenth. Colors: lnm«t White and Nearly Red. Flower: larkspur. Vegetable: Guinea Kgg. Little i known of llii aggregation. iivce they live (fortunately) a men apart. Representative faculty memlier, Herndon Han«l ormigh. Hope to go national xwin. Sigma Alpha Ep»ilo. . Foundered April I, 1922. Flower: Deadly Nightshade. Colors: Black and Blue. Vegetable: Applesauce. Representative faculty member: Jimmy Farr. Having hern ejected from several privately owned houses, they have stuned work on a castle next to the Kappa Sig Stable . Note to prospective pledge- get your application in early. ■ «ill of the latest design is lieing installed in the basement under the personal supervision of Dynamite Davi and Dillon Hartridge. the old one having lieen discarded a antiquated. It was worn out. anyway. StCHA Nv. Founded Feb. 29. 1901, at F. S. W. C. Color : Methyl Orange and Brick Red. Flower: Wild Onion. tThi i a strong fraternity.) Vegetable: Cucumber. Representative faculty member: Geo. E. White. Noted for the intellectual polish of some of the l»oy Vrk Newton. Sam (Cornwall, and so forth. pet nakc may In observed g.imltolling at any hour of the night on tire badge, pledge-button, or lawn. You know what kind of a snake we mean. Pt Kappa Alpha. Founded at Tuskeegee, July I, 1776. Flour: Aunt Jemima' Pancake (Eventually, why not now?). Colors: Black and blacker. Vegetable: Yeller Yam. Representative feculty member: C. I,. Crow. Publicity agent for Bob Karnc«t and Dave Ratnlio. Their new dormitory, now under construction, will contain one of the largest and finest wine cellars in this part of the state. Pi Kappa Phi. Evolved in the Stone Age. Flower: Squash Blossom. Colors: Plaid. Vegetable: Horseradish. Newcomer in our midst: their reputation is in the making. M 924 PAGE 2K6 t THIS MASTERPIECE REPRESENTS: 1. Games won by the basketball team on the road trip. 2. Combined scores of Rollins, Southern, and Stetson versus Florida in the past four years. 3. Combined scores of Georgia Tech. Washington and Ixrc. and Mississippi A. ami M. versus Florida, next year. 4w The combined intelligence of the freshman class. 5. Number of men shifting from I .aw to Engineering since 1019. 6. Number of millionaires on the faculty. 7. Inter-dormitory marble champions for 1923-24. 8. Appropriations from the state legislature to the University of Florida since 1678. (That little speck in the upper left-hand corner.) AFTER MANY I NSl CCESSFI L ATTEMPTS M THE HI SI MESS MAN ACER TO WITHHOLD THIS LETTER FROM PI PLICATION, WE HAVE SUCCEEDED IN HAYING IT PUBLISHED TO SHOW THE STUDENT BODY TO WHAT EXTENT CRAFT AND EXTORTION EXISTS IN THE PUBLICATION OF A COLLEGE AN-Nl AL AND IN THE CHOOSING OF A BE AI n SEC riON. WE WITH HOLD THE NAME OF THE l THOR ESS OF THIS EPISTLE. FOR OUR OWN REASONS. IF WE HAD COT OUR SHARE WE WOl LD NEVER HAVE MADE THIS EXPOSURE. HERE IT IS VERBATIM: “Tallahasaee, “Friday nite, “Dear Bus. Mgr. of the Seminole: “I know you have your own interests at heart and I have mine. I am sadly in need of a husband and I can think of no l ctter method of advertisement than of having my picture in the “Beauty section of the Seminole. I am not a bit good looking but I have a picture that a photographer made of me that is simply adoringly flattering. With your influence 1 know that you could arrange to have this picture appear in the Beauty Section. You will find a check for twenty-five dollars ($23.001 enclosed which you may consider puyment for your services. Trusting that my plan will work out ami that the man I get will Ih- worth $25.00. I remain. “Sincerely, « __________« 1924 PACE 287n ;ixziiEMiMiE:xiu: H 3 H M n u M M r ry hrrf «• M M N H £3 H THK SEMINOLE HALL OF FAME I (or Earnest. I hr Sergeant-al-Arm of the Senior Cla . bo ha an eight o chick cla»» in hi sixth year at Florida. Hr’ president of the tudent bod)', loo, hut Ik advertise that enough himself. And speaking of dumhnr , we proceed to Howard Bracken, a diamond gem. hut otherwise simply simple. The l»e t third baseman Florida ever had. BlU. Par venter, a clever down, who is not mi innocent a some would believe. A man who is deservedly popular, and a man to lie relied u|M n. David Ram bo, the moat popular and yet the most unipolar man on live campus. Founder of the Free and Independent Order of the Southern Son of Best. Consistently refuse all hid to Scabbard and Blade. Jay Byrd, Em|.. pedagogue and sycophant; an excellent megaphone. Hi opinion waver with the changing wphyr . and hi alibi would form an interesting volume. Member of the order of the iKiuhle Cross. Gerald Bee, who know less alxiul more things than any other student. A mali man in a big place. Phlegmatic, virtuous, and not «|uilr dumb, pprecialr hi friend , make many of them and keep most of them—they come in handy. SaM Cornwall, scenter. Will be back strong next year if laimar Sana doesn’t return. man of many words; 99 -14 100% impure. Would feel complimented no matter what wa said of him. Harold Poviekoy, •’Tapioca.” gastronomic champion because no one ha the capacity to challenge him. and tennis champion because he wisely refuse all challenge . Knjoy marvellous health when he defends Florida on the court , but invariably ill when called upon to defend hi title. Space forbid further classification. II. E. Kniciit. a perfect specimen of a w.k. genu . Pledges! Y. M. C. . and Phi Kappa Phi and went to Dr. Murphree for the pledge-button . Acquired a reputation a a debater by inducing hi colleague to write bis argument . Blue Riddle, who i blur in name only. One of the few men from other M-lmol who has masle Florida richer for his presence. K. K. Ha en, of tlte Ku Ku Klan and live Beefsteak Club, wlw . like hi |uit»cr in crime, Dave KamlMt, also refuse to join Scabbard ami Blade. Ila never given up an ambition to mellow «lie lion’ roar into the kitten' meow. Pm; Harris, whose ability a a cheer-leader is second only to hi skill a a chauffeur. Unappreciated. he has relinquished all hope and ha decided to graduate. Accompanied by some of hi brother and a few select no. selected —friends, lie toured the state with “Now Listen.” JaMe R. Boyd, who i worthy only of mention. Henry Perry, who. like Walter Gunn, refuses to leave his Alma Mater on chedule time. Ha been a more or less loyal friend to some great men. aome not »o great, and Mime who merely aspired to greatness. 924 PACK 2BB•% W. S. Middleton, who found, after two experiment , that hi presence on ihc Budget Committee not desired by the people. Has found the fence a sharp place to roost when gratitude is not included in one’s vocabulary. Dick Sias, whose paws are so badly burnt that he is unfit for further use. Member of the Pill Club, an aggregation of intelligentzia selected because of their political complexion or lack of complexion, rather than their wit. Joe W iii.i.uii, self-styled genius ami poet laureate of lluckman Hall. It is alleged that while in the army he actually spent two weeks outside of live guardhouse. 11 Mi NOON the All-American. Has reduced a«ininity to a line art. Still has approximately thirty friends; more may l e pledged next year. Dillon IIartkidce. the roaring lion of Judah. Obnoxious to the nth degree. Continued discussion of his character invariably leads to a polluted atmosphere. E. A. Clayton, George White’ playmate. Altho it cannot be proven that hr has no graft—Page Kline Graham, bojr—he has managed to join the I'niversity l)ame». Has seconded more motions in student body meetings than any oilier man. Klnnctii Hah, George White’s ex-playmate. Lost out in the student body elections !a»t year because lie was, like Caesar, an ambitious man. and, unlike Caesar, indiscreet as well. A military surprise to (lie uninitiated. Jot; Dalton, the All-American lime-keeper. much maligned and sorely persecuted human, who has finally established his good (for Joel intention in spite of the shadowy veil which Ita masked them in the past. Glori.k Milam. Junior partner in the Student Body. Inc. All-campus tackle, and second tenor in tl»e famous and original quartette rendition of "Take back your heart; I ordered Beefsteak.” in the musical tragedy, “Sing. Brother, Sing.” K. I). Hinckley, very capable and exceedingly studious. The only secretary-treasurer the student body ha ever Itad who had its liest interest at heart after a year in office. John Bi.att, whose rapid rise to fame and fortune It lie managership of the Seminole I is eclipsed only by hi swiftly increasing popularity, or notoriety, if you chose to call it that. I.UCAS Cash, the heavenly twin . The fir»t classic example of an ideal friendship In-tween member of the gentler ex. Sad to -ay, it was broken up when Henry left school a Otto Nolle’ valet. Pmur Conroy, the critic, cynic, connoisseur; actor, golfer, raconteur. Can wear a dirty shirt with infinite grace, and his nonchalance is the nonchalance of genius. One of Pete Harris' selected friends. Murray OversTRKCT, of whom anything might lie said, since he pays less attention to the Seminole than K. K. Hansen does to the Alligator. Suffice it to say that he lends an air of rr | eclahility to whatever organization with which he chooses to lie identified. P GK 20)W on A PRobLcn - writing twir for ♦$ w »»• w n 92.U PACK 290 2Sx:o:z: EMiMMEKi:a:2 THE ROOT OF EVIL A Tragedy in One Foul Act Place: U. of F. Chapel. Time: Eastern Standard. Overture, by University of Florida Hand. The Curtain Rise . Bob Earnest is discovered. George Milam is also discovered, less conspicuous but very much present. Incidentally, several hundred students are discovered, but they arc merely for scenery. BOB: "The Student Body will come to order. Are there any announcements?" (This is the cue for I)h. Manchester, who gives a recitation, and is given thunderous applause when he finishes.) Hob: “Any new business?" Prominent Junior: “Fclluz! I come tafore you this morning to urge one of the most momentous issues that has ever come before the Stoodent Boddy! It's about our Hand, Fclluz. The poor boys haven’t got any Teddy Bears! The shame of it! The burning shame! All the members of the Tallahassee Chapel Choir have them! Are we to allow our sister school to outdo us so completely?" (Breaks down, sobbing. Sympathetic murmur from audience.) "Fclluz! For the honor of Old Florida, we can do no less for her Tin Pan Warriors! !-et’ all work together for a Greater Florida! Mr. President, I move that one thousand dollars be taken from the Special Fund for the purpose I have named!" Prominent Junior’s Room Mate: “I second that motion.” Bob: “Is there any discussion?" (Silence, broken only by rattling of magazines and gentle snore from third row, right.) “All in favor, signify by sign of ‘Aye’." Students: “Aye!” Rat (third row, right, wakes up, startled): "Aye! !" Bob: "Opposed?” (Silence. (.ocomotive whistle heard in distance.) Jay Byrd jumps Up on l»ench, flaps his wings, and crows: "Put all yuh got in it, Fclluz! A Long Gator for the Band!" Students: “Ray, ray," etc. (Band plays the "Orange and Blue.") Curtain. PACE 2 1:zn i N«hE[Z(»! UK'S TALKING TO BUMf mwaEa©1 si.OrT lUMjJ tflAlL 5 n %i »rcrt m tori-i ai.vr r£, WttvC roXTHCftittf ttTTMIrf) WO •AXTrii? ffLorfACrt ftCtt ranxfrvem) !■• • » awr i' u r t iprrMi m f ni u ' CTIfcEU) AT ‘ cr ur fm cm J____—,—J 7w ivSm) ' ■ '»'Til »«» « •» (j»m uu •rf'lP tiSTtnro that swat;:; w hwm. ; r «t w «o «n cit ] H 1 % •« M M R M n h«9i M « M M M H 1 »•« M M 01 It OWN IJTTLE HOOK REVIEW Ily Fimmy Jarr A young collegian, puffing v»ilh unwonted exertion, came butting into my tanctum the fir»t day of Spring with a frenzied request for a copy of "Main Street", a- he was expected to make a report of it that afternoon. I wa obliged to tell this hurried scholar that in m opinion "Main Street" or any other great volume could not Ik digested between the ringing of cla»l»cll -. and he left me in great dudgeon, evidently grievously intuited. I am tempted to inscribe a homily on "Short l!oad« to isdorn". a« practiced by tome of my earnest acquaintances, but I thall forego that pleasure, and instead propound a question or two to Mr. Sinclair Lewi . author of the aforesaid epic of the small town. Where, in your Irook, Mr. Ia wit. it the small conqiany of college Iroys and girls? Ila e you ever teen them a they clamlier from the train at vacation time, with Itclalx-led suitcases and decorated golfbag ? Ilaxe you seen them at their fooleries and love-making, a did Mr. Ilooth Tarkington? Where in your liook. Mr. Ia wis. is the oyster supper at the Kind Presbyterian church, and the preacher unafraid, and the man who signs his name to every’ subscription paper that pastes down the street? Where is the jollity, the unselfishness, the warming sympathy, the horneitress, the close bond of acquaintance that so many of us associate with "Main Street" that run thru our own lives, enriching memory ami friendship? 1924 Page 292X-T.2K.rE MIMMECTX1 III AW XTIIA’S SHOPPING Itrifshl and clear that autumn morning In the Fast, the »UII uplifting Sent hi rav of sunlight gleaming O'er the field of inaue and squashes. Fur the harvest had lieen ample nd the hod had l ern obliging. On lire morrow all the village Was to fea»t in glad Thanksgiving. From the door of hi wigwam Hiawatha' thoughtful father Heckoitrd to hi stalwan offspring Where hr sported with hi fellows Hulling cube of |»oli hrd ivory. Picking up hi ill gained wampum Hiawatha left hi playmates (jure and stood lirforr his father Who was greatly pleased and straightway have the boy a airing of wampum And he spake unto him saying: "ho. n» son. unto the market, Huy for ua a fallrd turkey. Huy for u a bird majestic That hall make tire hroth more templing That we may eat and lie more happy." Forth unto tin crowded market Ambled forth my Hiawatha. Saw the Chios and the Pi Phis Saw the Delta Della Delta . Huying food in lots enormous And he tarried and enraptured. Quite forgot the bird majestic. Thought not of his father's wishes Till the sun liegan to lower From hi station in the I leaven . Then lie hurried to ll»e market And addressed the butcher saying: T.o. I come with heaps of wampum I desire a bird for cooking. Fat and juicy, young and tender. That shall ease this empty feeling That prevails within my system. Fetch me forth a mighty turkey And receive this paltry wampum." Then the market man made answer. "You have tarried. O my brother; Your delay I fear was fatal: I have sold my birds majestic. Hut I have some noble duckling , Graceful bird of wondrous plumage. That can float upon the water Like a tin can in the bathtub. Huy a duck and rase that feeling That prevails within your system." Hut I lie wary Hiawatha Herded not the butcher's raving . So he bought a can of oysters And a bar of Hers hey’» chocolate. And in sorrow, pain ami anguish llore the parcel to hi fallirr. Fmm the teprr of his father Came again m Hiawatha. Hut hi ryes were red from weeping And he cared not to be scaled. Hut Im stood and cogitated On tlic folly of hi action . Tlien his father came unto him And lie tore a thong of deerskin And my Hiawatha shuddrrrd When lie saw his dad approaching: Hut the father spoke in carnesl. And addressed his son a follows: "S»n of mine! Hew are of women! .Shun the squaws and hlu hing maidens; Do not spend my liardearned wampum Huying malted milk and popcorn; Do not linger with the ladies Till are sold the birds majestic." Hut llie reckless Hiawatha Herded not those word of wisdom. To the lodge of Minnehaha. To hi sweetheart' Gainesville wigwam. And when seated in the hammock Hy his blushing Minnehaha He forgot hi father’s warning. Thought not of the bird majestic. Ami the moon climlird up the heaven Ami looked down U|mui the couple. Half in je»t lie winked and murmured, "Km. K a. Shame on you." Thu wu» Hiawatha's shopping. Thu it wa that at the dinner On the glad Thanksgiving morning All dined on r calluped oyster Ami partook of bars of chocolate. While the Chios and the Pi Phis Ami the Delta Della Della Dined upon the bird majestic On the turkeys fat ami lender. BlC Hr . 1924 M M o PICK 2Wn 53 M N $ M M M r n w ■» • M M M H 0 ■» H H H s • n wn • «4 H M R H f hd M 2r;XttKX3 BIII IMMKKU JX V TYPICAL DAY’S PROGRAM FOR THE BUSINESS MANAGER 7:30 A.M. Alarm ring . 8:30 A.M. Hi suddenly ; comb hair. Spend half I tour getting flivver Matted. 9:00 A.M. Write fifteen letter to engraver, girl friend , boy friend . advertisers. etc- etc. 10:00 A.M. Class. One hour of deep. 11:00 A.M. nother cl . Anoilter hour of deep. 12:00 A.M. Read over morning mail. Send check to Bohock Motor Company for Seminole Ford. 12:30 P.M. Uadi at the Axalea. Four cup of coffee. 12:10 P.M. Conference with Editor-iti-Chicf. F.d.-in-tIhief gone to Tallaha ee. Conference |kmI potted. 12:45 P.M. Look up money for Pirate. Serpent, and Pi k. A. page in Seminole. PromUc to have it right away. 1:00 P.M. See Art Editor to trv to gel him to do Ktrae drawing. rt Editor ha tnuntp . 1:00 P.M. Coe home and dor the drawing him elf. 1:30 P.M. I ook up men who pa cd in bad check . All of them have left school. Lights Seminole cigar with check . 2:00 P.M. Check up incoming copy. Find eighteen club , seven fraternities, and twenty-seven enior have not handed in picture yet. 2:10 P.M. Trie to hurry up the copy by seeing each individual. Burn up seven gallons of Seminole ga with the Seminole Ford. Return empty-handed. 2:30 P.M. Write everal filthy jokes for joke section. Tear them up. Copies everal more from College Humor. O. K.' them. 2:45 P.M. Make the rounds again to get tlw money for the Pirate, Serpent, and Pi K. A. page in the Seminole. No luck. 3:03 P.M. Solicits advertising in Gainesville. Returns with black eye. broken nose, and one quarter page ad. 3:47 P.M. Pack up seven photograph to ship to the engraver. 3:41 P.M. Gets hill from the engraver for $1067.78; faint . Lie unconscious for one hour. 1:51 P.M. .Accompanies Mr. Maraldr alntul the campus taking view . Earthquake; and all the building move, spoiling the picture . 5:18 P.M. Make rounds again to grt the money for the Pirate. Serpent, Pi K. A. page . No luck. 5:30 P.M. Finishes making out dummy for tin Seminole. 6:00 P.M. Roast Iwrf and onion salad at the Azalea. 6:00-7:30 P.M. Pad expense account. 7:30-9:30 P.M. Arrange advertising section. 9:30-11:30 P.M. Doe more drawing for the joke section. 11:30-1:30 .M. Check up incoming cuts and arrange dummy. 1:30-2:30 A.M. Plan how to get money from Pirate . Serpent , and Pi K. A.’s. 3:00 A.M. Asleep, dreaming how to collect tnonev from I'.. S.. and P.K.A.’s. Bad dream. 19 2 A PAGE 291;2z r:x:i:z: EMiiiUEcx::i:22z H k % M M B M M M H E FOOTBALL TERMS Quarter-back Half-back DANCE! Willi a atari, and atop, and a quick step back. Knee unjuinlrd and arms left alack; Then a shuffle, ju»t a ruffle, aa the leather scrape the floor. And the movement i» alluring and a man craven more. Then the lef' foot join the righ’ foot, slap tin? far foot! Click the nigh foot! Hit the syncopating leather, all the heels and toe , together. Slap! Slam! “Hot dam!" Boy. Ah’ gilt in right! "Keep that jaxxy music ballin', keep them feet and hands a-pattin . 0inline room, gimme room, an Alt’ll dance all night!" Full-back End HOME TOWN NOTES Bring out the rol e» of the Imperial Beagle of the Koval Order of Goofs. Harold Spring (29?t. la-t month accepted a bid to Pan-Hellenic and went to I)r. Marphree for the pledge button. Thkll U. Situ. “Just to show that my heart's on the right side.” said Prof. Black one day not long ago as he displayed the w. k. A.T.O. pin on the right—the wrong—aide of hi» veal. 1924 PACE 295M M ri w ■% • M H W H n WS H ► M H :r:x;ti)KJ,Einm9fcEi:z(xi)x z: BEDTIME STOM fiVri Si title: Do you know Bob Earnest? Second Strived: N ch. In sleeps next to me in Property V. IM.EA In the parlor, O my darling. When the lights are dim and low. That your fare is thic kly powered. How am I. Sweetheart, to know? Every week I have to carry Every coal that I |M)ssvss To the cleaner’s W on't you. durlin. I.ove me more and powder l »? A ATI HE STl DN The hand of Cod was in the sky. Across the bronze expanse of the lake stretched a flaming path of crimson. The sun hung like a great disc of fired copper in the purple haze of the horizon. A vast quiet prevailed the hush of |H ace and majesty. She lay in the prow of the canoe, exhaling languidly the scented smoke of her cigarette. Her voice, sweet and flat, broke the spell. “It s cute,” she said, ‘ain’t it?” I knocked the ashes out of my pipe and slowly drowned her. Oc topi s. Girl at Dike Dance: I-n’t this the grandest dance? Same girl at I. T. (). dance: This is the Ih I dance I’ve ever been at. 5. G. at Kap m Sig dance: (). I think this is just the most grandest dance ever. 5. G. at S. I. dance: I don’t know when I’ve had such a precious lime as I’m having tonite. S. G. at Signm u dance: I’ve l een to many a dance, but reallx this is the turtles’ teddies. .S’. G. at all the other dances: The Same Old Story. WE CANT BEANIE ’EM TIIO. WE SHOOT A MEAN LINE ONCE IN NOW AND THEN TOO. H ii 924 i»ac;e 2% Dakwin was kigiit, ani» Mr. Barmm ALSO KNEW Ills KGCS. Have you heard about the commotion in one Florida town? A sorority sister wired her friends, “Marrietta accepts our formal dinner. And the telegram arrived. “Marrietta upset our formal dinner.' and tile villa, to say the least, was agog. They lliot that perhups Marrietta had pill her fool in it. Which remind: us of another bright crack which the Tallahassee operator pulled. A certain young lady wired home. “Am leaving at once, (idling worried.” The message arrived, “Am leaving at once. (idling married. Overlooking a few minor hcmorhhages. this caused little excitement. While the ladies are gi ing three cheers and fluttering the cambric and indulging in an orgy of feministic kissing and in shouting the honeyed words. “Hello (iirls.” let us pause for the mo. merit to consider the futility of the efforts of tin corset salesman. —Ilolmyhatnu lllholyoiirs. SKH ICK Dick Stanley: Do ou want a room for $3.00 or 87.50 jn r month? Student I applying for roonD: W hat's the difference? Dick: Well, we put a rat trap in the $7.50 rooms. do you find it here? liellhop: Second floor, first door to the right. I GK 297ADVICE TO THE LOVELORN AND NKCK-IIOI ADS Conducted by our own , li» ( . Gamy. M n M M H r N Wd ■ «• w £3 M (AU communications should be addressed to Mist (). Gamy, Miranopy, Florida. Vo lets accepted except uhen accompanied uith cash.1 .My dear Miss Gamy: I am a girl of sixteen numnwr ami I u» a picture of an awfully good-looking man in the Oshkosh. Wi . paper whom I hate fallen deadly in love with. How can I make him love me? Do you think a girl of my age should chew tobacco?—AliCK. Dear Alice: Why not invite the young man down to spend the winter with your parents? He will love you. Just give him the chance. Tobacco chewing at your age is perfectly proper, hut you should spend at least two hours a day in target practice. Dear Miss (). Gamy: Since my grandmother Itoldtcd her hair, all ray boy friend have ignored me and have fallen for her. I have a good disposition and a hlonde complexion. I there any way to kill the potato hug in our potato patch? Would Rudolph Valentino answer my letter if I wrote to him?—Awtot . Dear little Anxious: Place the potato hugs between two blocks of hard wood and sit on them. That will kill the mean old things. Don’t write Rudie. Call him up. He can’t write. Dearest Miss O. Gamy: I have a girl at Tallaha «ee who i« the «weete l. dearest, moat precious, and lovable girl in the world. We haie ne er had a ipiarrel. I know that oniething is wrong. I am worried hrcau e they say, “True lo e ne er run smooth.” How can I start a fight with her?—a. a. t. Dear r. a. I.: Write a letter to your REST girl and send it to Tallahassee by mistake. If this fails, call her up and reverse the charges. My dear friend Miss (I. Gamy: I wa nine years old yesterday and my parent -till object to in smoking cigars. I ha c l ccn thinking of committing suicide or getting married. What i the lw»l way to commit! suicide? Xmn cigars don’t phase me. AloYSKM . Precious Aloysious: Your folks probably object to your smoking cigars because you inhale. Start clipping snuff: they’ll soon let you go back to cigars. Don’t commit suicide. Look cross-eyed at a Gainesville cop; he’ll shoot you down, free of charge. Here miss (I. Gamy: I am an ole made. I ha not lieen married for forty year . I crate the love of omc hig hand ome cave-man. i am not g' d looking hut I hav saved Mime muncy from working in the laundry, lie mu t like cats kittens canary birds, and gold fi bc« hrcau r they arc my pets.—HcrsiBAM IIoOLJCAN. Dear Hepsibah: I have a nice address of a lonely old man who would make much udo about you. He used to be a lion tamer in a circus and loves animals. He ought to like you too. If you will advance railroad fare and help to get bis pardon from Raiford, your future will In one bed of roses (without the thorns omitted). H H1924 PAGE 298:2T£:o:z: EMiNME:rLo)S2: LIVES OF GREAT JOl RNAI.ISTS From the Oxford. Fla.. Morning Gazette T. II. Parham Wins Reputation ON I NIVERSITY STUDENT NEWSPAPER T. II. Parham, Oxford boy who graduated from the Oxford High School in 1921. is making a name for himself in his work on the Florida Alligator. I he student newspaper of the I ni versify of Floridu. Mr. Parham is one of the most valued mcmlxrs of the Gator Staff ami was last week accorded I he honor of having his name appear at tin head of an important story, an honor seldom accorded reporters for the paper with as I idle experience as Parham ha- had. TAINT TOOTHACHE. IT’S CLIMAX. GIDDAP, NAPOLEON! Two farmers met on a country road and pulled up their teams. "Si." said Josh. “I’ve got a mule with distemper. What did you give ilia! one of yours when he had it? ' “Turpentine. Giddap!" A week later they met again. “Say, Si. I give my mule turpentine, and it killed him." "Killed mine. too. Ciddup!” M M H 0 — M N M a Rat I pointing out ‘T man): I think I'll buy me a sweater like that. 1924 PAGE 299:zr: xgcedsui i weiE:z(»ix :xx Gainesville on a Busy Saturday Nigiit WINIMI If your “school-girl complexion' is still uncrackeil. as well as your “school, boy think-tank," then perhaps you will Ik able to stand this one. Ve found (hi among the three jokes that were turned in after months of deliberation, the Prince of Wales picked the following morsel as the cream of the number. It is merely coincidental that we discovered it among the gum wrnp|M rs. cigarette butts, dollar hills, and busted hairnets in the contribution box. W e recommend this as appropriate for B. V. I . 1’. gatherings, parlor dates, or children in arms (or lapsl. Not wishing to keep you in suspense, here it is: Junior: Do you believe in procrastination? Junior ine: ) ou ought to he slapped. Junior: Cinmie my marbles. I'm going home. We want vou to leave with a good taste in your mouth and "if you like it. lc|| us; if you don't, tell others. All suits for slander, libel, or manslaughter -hould Im addressed to 'l ohiskitomush Xzyqukwxswytdm, Siberia. 1st the coupon in the lower left hand corner. «• thank you. Fill lowing the suggestion of the Editor of the 1922 Sawinola. amt carried out h tin- Edit,,, «d the 1923 ScuiNOLA. the Staff of the 1921 Saminoli has chosen to accept ll»e pi. . nt cover j. a standard. This cover was first adopted in 1921 in an effort toward standardization and it j« hoped that each succeeding ear, the staffs will continue this already established precedent. M II 924 PACE 300]JEMIM9IEC£[0) ry H Our Advertisers GAINESVILLE Baird Hardware Co. Burnett, the Clothier Coles and Sons College Inn Gainesville Furniture Co. Glass', Inc. J. W. McCollum Co. L J. Burkhim Lyric Theatre Marnhle Studios Norah Morton Otto F. Stock Pepper Printing Co. Phifer Bros. Phifer State Bank Wilson Co. ST. AUGUSTINE II. W. Davis Clothing Co. St. Augustine National Bank 'Hie Surprise Store OCALA Ocala Mfg. Co. Munroc and Chambliss Nat'l Bank LEESBURG First National Bank Stepp’s Hotel Kcstuurant LAKELAND Buchanan’s Hotel TALLAHASSEE Florida State College for Women JACKSONVILLE Arnold-Fdwards Piano Co. Chapman Walker E. C. Williamson Motor Co. K. G. Fehr Sporting Good? Co. Florida National Bank Furchgolt’s Hotel Seminole II. W. B. Drew Co. Jacksonville Cracker Wrork J. Forrest Skinner Kent Warren Co. Mills, the Florist, Inc. Nunnally Co. Wilson Toomer Fertilizer Co. TAMPA Fli W itt Cigar Co. Exchange National Bank Gulf Fertilizer Co. Harris Clothing Co. Harry's Candy Mfg. Co. Henry Giddens Clothing Co. Hillsborough Hotel Knight and Wall Co. Maas. Clothier and llal»erdashcr Tampa Daily Times Tampa Drug Co. West Coast Fertilizer Co. Wolf Bros. PALATKA East Florida Savings Trust Co. Hotel James PAGE 301n H M h Twenty Years Printing Service to Florida Patrons OUK aim has always been to give the best we had in us and the yearly increase in our sales has demonstrated the appreciation of our service. CL We are always glad to enter into correspondence, prepare dummies and to give advice upon all printing problems. H n h to w M n Printing Up to a Standard; Not Down to a Price. H • M 924 PACK .302 Pepper Printing Co. Gainesville, Fla.'XK2DXK MI TWO STORES fN GA NES L L E “ Where Thirst is Unknown Complete line of college supplies— Co Id Drinks, Candies, Cigars, Cigarettes and Tobaccos We MAKE) your boy feel at home here He is always welcome to our stores Located in the very Heart of Gainesville roe Chambliss national Bank OCAl.A, FLORIDA Marion County's Oldest and Largest Bank Total Resources over $1,500,000 Quia Manufacturing Company oiid H lot K w H H M n » G M M M B H N s 0 Taylor Bros. Ocala ke and Packing Company Ocala, Florida M M Ice and Crates Service and Quality M 19 PVCE 303:xr; i hue :z(t ;je :xx: Our Departments Clje Purest (KUap to (Set Sfjeab financial!? Money Isn’t everything ll can’t always buy health and happiness. Hut it helps leali e many ambitions. To acquire money honestly is a worthy goal for any young person to set before him. A successful man sa s: “The surest way to make money is to save it ami make the best use of what you have." The best way to save is by means of a savings account. The Florida National Hank affords national bank protection for your savings and |ta r interest on them, compounded quarterly. Banking Trust Investment Savings Safe Deposit Binking by Mail NATIONAi. bank FORSYTH AND LAURA SJREETS JACKSONVILLE “A Financial Stronghold at the (ialcuray of Florida’’ 'T' M H H M I v n r» •« n b S- 0t H M M H bW The Nunnally Company Jacksonville H !i 924 Him: Whatcha got on for tonitc? Her: Nuihin . Him: Cornin’ right over. PACE 301X 1 PACE 305 t Compliments of E. C. Williamson Motor Company DODGE BROTHERS DEALERS Jacksonville, FloridarT ft w •» M M M M M H r N »» M M H H M M M M n « i N H M M H r « f •• M :zn xrvU)z: jtem i HehE:z(xz:z :zz: JACKSONVILLE’S LEADING HOTEL Hotel Seminole CM AS. B. GRINER, Manager JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA Fireproof and Modern Headquarters for University of Florida Activities A. A. A. Official Headquarters Latest information about Roads and Routes European Flan 200 Rooms Under same management as— Hotel l’aitcn Chattanooga, Tcnn. Hotel Annex Chattanooga, Tenn. Hotel Savannah Savannah. Ca. Hotel DcSoto Savannah, (la. J. B. Pound, Pres. 7 S Vho Storist Sue. The West Duval Street Jacksonville Arnold-Edwards Piano Co. Jacksonville "Say it with Stowers” tooYou Can’t Be Down at Heel and Up On Your Toes! }. Forrest Skinner Jacksonville LL America today is stressing the value of appearances —and thousands of successful men are proving the value H u; H II H M H ( MISPLACED KISS There were three at the table in the cafe, a girl and two men. Suddenly the lights went out and the girl drew hack quickly. An instant later there was a smack of a compound kiss. As the lights went on each man was seen smiling complacently. "I thought I heard a kiss,” said the girl, innocently, “hut nobody kissed me.” Then the men glared at each other and got red in the face. of appearances—you may succeed in spite of fine clothes— you may succeed in spite of poor clothes—but all America is agreed that success favors the well-dressed man. Get NEW clothes! But get BETTER clothes! And let US show them to you! Spring Suits - - S25 to $60 11 ickey Freemon Kuppenheimer Stvleplus All leaders in their particular Annie Kent Warren Co. Jacksonville, Fla. 19SLU M I VUE .107K M M M M M M TT X;U)X2 EM I Buy Jax Biscuits Cookies, Cakes and Crackers deliciously light and crisp and fresh t i M M H u •% M M K Butter Wafer, one of the 122 kinds Recognized by its brown edge and golden center H N r •» M M M « H M M H Chas. M. Chapman John A. Walker Plumbing Heating Phone 8728 12 W. Beaver Si. Jacksonville, Fla. H It 924 JACKSONVILLE CRACKER WORKS JACKSONVILLE BROUGHT TO GAINESVILLE Thru RURGHGOTT’S The Store Accommodating Florida’s Largest and Leading Department store Oilers Gators the best mail order service in the state brings this store as near to you as your njail Ih x. Doing Business 54 years in the Heart of Jacksonville PAGE .TOKC:z: EMIM«IE[£ )3C Tennis Racket Restringing by our own experts y.T.i'Mj'r.9f.tjti7,r j STAT OHfRV. BOOK A A D ART 3 TORE. 45 49 W. Bay St. thru to 46 W. Forsyth St. JnckMonvlIle Specialists in Sporting Goods Largest and most complete stock in the south—For every Athletic Sport Fine Stationery, Society Engraving Books on every subject KODAKS, Faultless Finishing OFFICE OUTFITTERS The Surprise Store Quality St. Augustine's Largest—Florida's Most Progressive Department Store Service OUR SLOGAN Quick Sale- -Small Profits Rapid Turaover of Satisfaction Mcrcbjodi«« For Cash. A policy that is making new history for us each year in the retail merchandise world. When in the "Ancient City", The H. W. Davis Co. pay us a visit. “.All TIkiI's in Mm's UViir" 47 King St. St. Augustine, Florida The Surprise Store Phone 36. King and Bay Streets St. Augustine 1924 H w«' s • W M R M w M M H G ► « M M M M 3 M H 3 K H M n M H PACE .109K2 M H vQlZi EM I MUEX«iZ2r YOUNG MAN’S BANK W7E have been privileged to know intimately many of those who attend our I’niversitv, and they have come to realize that we take a very genuine and sincere interest in them and in their achievements. YOt NG MEN ARE ALWAYS WELCOME HERE. The St. Augustine National Bank At the Sign of the Lighthouse St. Augustine, - Florida Sporting Goods of Every Description E. G. Fehr Sporting Goods Co. JACKSONVILLE “Stretching a thing too far." H H 19 2 A l GK tIOo: :xe m i mme:i c 12:a: Right Materials Right Proportions Perfect Blend Kidd results prove the superiority of IDEAL BRANDS. Wilson Toomer Fertilizer Company Jacksonville, Fla. ESTABLISHED I$93 The Phifer State Bank Gainesville. Honda We Grind Our Own Lenses If you like to do business wilh NO-DELAY a Bank where you get service and polite attention we invite you to open an account here. GainesVille. Florida. q-f nS c o ®1§pns —'IvaniHii e detirclcrs fS»linprsmiths Opticians THE PHIEER STAIE BANK Gainesville. Florida. k M M 8 M M M H c M M H 0 H H 1924 M H PACE 311GLOBE TRUTHS H s M M M w ■ • M M W ;z; EMiM9hE:z;xz;3: : A FIGHT FOR A WIFE is a fight for life unless you wear one of our hand tailored, individually measured Globe Suits. TO GRT THE BEST AND LET ALONE THE REST, buy a Globe individually measured suit. WHEN A MAN MARRIES he generally gets tied up for life and that’s what happens when he buys an individually tailored suit. YOU DON’T KNOW what makes the planets hang in space. You don’t know whether your wife or sister is a suffragette but you will know upon purchasing your first Globe Suit that you have reached the 100' value in fit, tailoring, workmanship and value. THE FIRST SHALL BE LAST and the last shall be first. Very true indeed, for when you buy your first Globe made to measure suit from us it is the last one you will buy anywhere else. FIRM BELIEVERS IN THE COMMUNITY SPIRIT, that’s why we are endeavoring to get the entire community to become a satisfied customer of the Globe Tailoring Co. of Cincinnati, Ohio. WE SPECIALIZE ON INDIVIDUALLY TAILORED SUITS made to measure by the GLOBE TAILORING CO. OF CINCINNATI, OHIO. Nuff Sed BURNETT THE CLOTHIER Gainesville, Fla. oCyric 77 iccitre The Home of Better Pictures GA1NESUILLE, FLA. P CK 312:o:z;xemihme:z:s:2; ry JT arable’s Studio Hill HuildinK Hast Side Square TEN YEARS OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHER FOR SEMINOLE Kodak Finishing a Specialty 0. J f. 7 1arable MODERN FICTION No. 3333 365 Days “Dearest, I can ! stand it any longer." the girl pleaded. raising her arma in a pathetic, appealing gesture of supplication. “We must settle this one nay or another. 1 can't go on this nay. not for long. Won't you marry me sor n, lim.' per year of All 1 want is the name. I'll go away after that. 1 know you don't love ms —that you have no use for me any longer. Hut I must hear your name. 1 can’t face the world without the name Service and ring after—after—” she broke off with a soh in her throat that she could Makes this the busiest store in not con |urr and sank in utter despair on the couch. Alachua county. “Harriet, 1 wish you would practice your lines somewhere else.” her roommate said, looking up. “I've got to get some French for tomorrow. I’ve simply $uT fee itw ) 11 ft 1 22 w a u » got to.” 'The Complete Department Store” —F. D. X. PACE 313 1924M n M • r M zsx: i 3r University of Florida Students!!! We have in our “Town within a House” Soda Fountain, Smokes, Felt Goods, Stationery School Supplies, Drug Sundries, Barber Shop, Post Office Gasoline Filling Station, Etc. VOIR PATRONAGE IS OUR SUCCESS THE COLLEGE INN J. B. GRACY, Proprietor Take No Chances! SEND IT TO Otto F. Stock TAILOR, DRY CLEANER Pile host equipped cleaner in the city Men’s Clothing a Specialty One Day Service Phone 3-54. Gainesville, Fla. Gainesville Furniture Company Victrolas and Records All Grades of Furniture I). R. COX Proprietor Phone S(» Gainesville, Florida 924 PACE Baird Hardware Co. VA hol Kodaks and Films H ( ) SI H Golf Supplies M Retail ATHLETIC EQUIPMENT On the Square East Side N OR AH ORTON OVELTIES Pictures and Picture Framing Crepe Paper and Favors Greeting Cards for All Occasions J.W. B M M — M (o. j-j N H 0 Agents Liggett’s and Norris M M DRUGGISTS The Kexall Store Toilet Articles, Perfumes Cigars and Tobaccos Candies Opera House Block Corner East Main and Union Sts. Phone 141 1924 M PACK 3ISK » M U N M M H r N r M • «• M x;q)z: em i nme:x:c»;x :xn:n THE YEARS YOU’VE SPENT HERE 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. Have the Comforts of a Home in Your Room Artistic Draperies House Furnishings u N Everything a Good Department Store Should Carry H Ttie Thomas Company M SPORTING GOODS FISHING TACKLE HARDWARE IMPLEMENTS SEEDS GAINESVILLE, FLA. Phone 22 1924 “Where’s the funny paper?” “Funny paper? I told you to wait till Saturday night to take your bath.” PACE 316? ?3nxc«;arj xe mimmeczcsts's Knight Wall Co. Tampa, Florida Headquarters for Sporting Goods Write for information and catalogs of equipment for Baseball, Basketball, Football, Tennis and other sports. Famous A. J. Reach Brand knowing that quality is always appreciated— we ask the students of the University of Florida to let us be their outfitters. Wolf Brothers Tampa. POPULAR GOODS AT POPULAR PRICES Home of King Class, Griffin, Michaels Stern and Society Brand Clothing Mallory Schoble and Marshall Hats Eclipse Shirts New Line Furnishing Goods L. J. Burkhim PACE 317ft :rr; i k® k e; xi i) a M H M ACHIEVEMENT TV goal of every ambitious man and firm t» tyrxhed in the npsdgrowth cf the aAn Cr Ollier Engming Ceo any—(V uni-wrulowm m which t Kmart ard places arc hcU by the Urge national advertiser —and the enviable rrpiuc :o fee fecespt deliveries which they enjoy. Delivering this same high quality and careful personal supemuxi to school has built vo fee us the largest college arvJ high school annual engraving business w America—400 books yearly. Thiny thousand square feet of fix space (4 Cores) and over two hundred and fifty skilled employees are required to meet the constant demand foe “jVO" commercial photographs, art, color process plates and photo engraving (one eoenplete flooc ia devoted to color process work). Intelligent supervision of all work by many skill fulo cc service men ehaxnitc vour troubles. Soles semcenen sent eumwncrc JtHXwd Ollier Exgrlmnc CO S54 nt ilia " Stmt CHICAGO PACE 318 33ct:o:a::xE mi nmecx ski s. Che Hillsboro TAMPA, FLA. 300 ROOMS - BANQUET HALL College men make the Hillsboro their headquarters when in Tampa The finest efforts of the most Famous Contributors are found daily in The Tampa Daily Times Tampa. Florida In addition to Full Associated Press and N. E. A. Services, these and manyolher famous writers and cartoonists contribute in making The Times “Florida's (treat Home Dally.” General Writer David Lawrence Robert T. Small Guy T. Rockwell J. C. Royle and others Sport Fair Play (.awrcnco Perry John It. Foster Joe Williams Billy Evans Walter Camp and others COMICS Williams—“Oat Oar Way” Blosser—“Freckles” Stanley—"Old Home Town” Swan -“Salesman Sam” Higgins—“Adam and Eva” Condo “Everett True” McManns—“Bringing Up Father” Fisher—"Mutt and Jeff” Smith—“The Gnmps” Woman’s Dept. Markets Pictures Fiction W. 0. ALLEN Pres. J 0 WEATHERWAX. Cashier C. 0. COPP. Vice Pres. M. L BIZ E. Sec y Tampa Drug Co. S. Fla. Wholesale Branch House Orlando. Cor. Florida Avr. and Washington St. TAMPA, FLA. DISARMAMENT. “What right have you to ask me for a kiss? I ave this house immediately and never speak to me again.” “Before I leave never to see you again, may I ask you one favor?” “What is it?” “Will you please unhook your arm from around my neck?” —Parrakeet. K.r 1924 PACE 319zz: r, x: sem i mm e:x(x ijjc zxr:: When you young men who are attending the University graduate and locate in Tampa or vicinity you will need the services of a good strong bank to help you fight your business battles. You will find this bank a progressive institution which is doing its share to give Florida the position it is entitled to. M Jfy'arrj ’s (andy Manufacturing (o. Franklin Street, Tampa Cbe DELICIOUS CANDIES A J Exchange national A SPECIALTY Bank y University men are especially in- OF TAMPA. FLA. vited to call while in the city. lte ourre«, $8,01)0.000.00 A dependable nnd rfnponniblr bank For dependable and rr |mn il)lr people Prompt attention given to Mail Orders. ft H kJ . H M M 8 M M H r- M •» «« M M H H tit •» M t) H » •» n Wstf N« H M M M K«n fcl M M1924 HARRIS CLOTHING COMPANY THE CLOTHIERS SUPREME FOR COLLEGE MEN PAY US A VISIT TAMPA, FLA. Eli Witt Cigar Co. CIGARS That’s My Business TAMPA MIAMI JACKSONVILLE IIAV-A-TAMPA CIGAR Mild Havana TAMPA NUGGET Clean, cool smoke PACE 320s e m i H«bixm Fertilizers For Governor Hardie Sprayers JOHN W. MARTIN Johnson Dusters “The People's Candidate" IS supporting Marlin for governor, you are supporting a man who is a Florida horn and a Florida raided man. Write for particulars He served three lime a» mayor of Jacksonville. and each lime wan elected hy a larger majority. He stands for the furtherance of educa- lion in the state. good roads, and a progressive and Nine government. THE CULT FERTILIZER (0. Your support at the polls. June 3rd. will he appreciated. Citizens Hunk Building Tampa, Fla. JOHN W. MARTIN Henry Giddens Clothing Co. The Clothing Corner Tampa, Florida Hotel James College boys demand the smartest styles. You will find what you want in Society Brand Clothes. Not freaky, just different from oth. ers. $33.00. $30.00. Headquarters for University Boys Our Furnishings and Shoes arc always of the best material and the last word in style. PALATKA, - FLORIDA Henry Giddens Clothing Company Citldt-n liuilding 1 VGE 321M n H r- N ri w • H n w » h M M H x:x;ti)z: Eium0fcE:z(«5x :x: Maas, Clothier and Haberdasher Franklin and Zack Streets Tampa, Florida Invitcv you, if you wan! to be dressed well and up to dale, to come in and make your selection from the fine assortments of Kuppenhcimer clothing, beautiful line of shirts, underwear, neckwear, hosiery, hats and caps, we have on display. We can please the most exacting and at prices that satisfy. R P. ADAMS. President E. P. ROSS Cashier . $ BURDETTE. Secretary EAST FLORIDA SAVINGS AND TRUST COMPANT ESTABLISHED IM9 PALATKA, FLORIDA Resources Over Three-Quarter Million Service based upon practical knowledge of your needs and sympathetic interest in your welfare has a value that can only he appreciated by experience. Your business invited. When in Lakeland stop at Buctianan’s Hotel J. W. Buchanan, Jr., Mgr. What’s wrong with this picture? Lakeland. Florida H 14 924 PACK 322:ox e MI nmecekcb FOUNDATIONS... When you build a house your first thought is toward the foundation. That is one of great importance. When you are building up your financial business you should look to your financial foundation. This bank will assist you in keeping the foundation of your business sound and safe. Your bank should be strong, accurate and efficient. But that is not enough. Banking service to be of the most use to you should be also intelligent and interested. That is what this bank tries to do. 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