The Seminole

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The Seminole
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63 v. : ill. ; 27 cm.
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Vol. no.1 (1910) - v. 63 (1973).

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Through the years of a man's short span of life, his thoughts
more and more often drift back to the past and his desires
turn to a renewal of old associations. It is with this in mind
that this small souvenir is prepared and given to you.
If, some evening in after years, you take up this volume,
gaze upon the youthful faces of men then well known or fa-
mous, reflect upon the glories, the difficulties, the loves and the
friendships of your college days, if, on that evening, your
heart is touched and softened and there is an aroused and
quickened love for the University of Florida-then we will
have been well rewarded.
To you departing, you who have spent your years of pro-
bation here and found worthy, you who have kept vigil through
the long night, gazing upon your sword and armor, we extend
greetings and wish you success. You are Florida men; gird
upon yourselves that sword and fight for the glory and honor
of old Florida.


















Dedication

to one who has ever seen the
true relation between studies and
good fellowship; who stands for
the best and- cleanest things of
college life; who thinks of his
school first, the students second,
and himself last-to "limmy" Tarr
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1923 SEMINOLE

| Editor-in-Chief
JOEL R. WELLS, JR.
5 Managing Editor
TRUMAN GREEN
Business Manager
SROBERT L. EARNEST, JR.
Art Editor
JOHN F. BLATT, JR.
Associate Editors-in-Chief
KENNETH K. HANSEN
HEYWARD M. BRADDOCK
Assistant Managing Editors
SYLVESTER MIDDLETON
FRANK C. PAUL
Assistant Business Managers
J. L. JACKSON
SH. L. CREARY
Literary Editors
GEORGE W. MILAM
R. GLOVER MILLER
Athletics
SOSMONDE BIE
Society
ROBERT S. PIERCE
Military
VIRCIL M. BRADSHAW
Organizations
EDGAR S. BLAKE
Cartoons
FRANK HEITZMAN
Jokes
JOHN J. HENRICK
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CONTENTS

Views.
The University.
The Classes.
Athletics.
Florida Sweethearts.
Fraternities.
Societies.
Organizations.
R. O. T. C.
Clubs.
Comics.



















CHAT-TA-HOO-CHEE! HOO-CHE-HOO!

Tooby sho' I b'leeves in ghostes,
Dat dey wakes en walks at night,
Dat's huccome de Chattahoochee
Git it name en got er right.
W'en de steem-bote blowed de w'issel,
Sayin' "Chat-ta-hoo-chee! Hoo!
Sump'n in de swamps 'ud answer,
"Hoo's a Hoo-chee! Hoo-chee! Hoo?"

Hain't you heerd de steem-bote sayin'
In de deades' hour of night,
Sort uv solem' lak' en skeery
W'iles yo' wool 'ud roll up tight;
W'en she's lookin' fer de landin',
Firey eye done sot on you,
Bote say, "Chat-ta-hoo-chee! Hoo-chee!"
Hit say, "Hoo's a Hoo-chee! Hoo!"

Fum de dark en lonesom' landin',
Whar de ghos'ly shadders creep,
'Mid de mosses crape, en cypress,
In de dismal swamp so deep;
Comes a soun' dat sen's a shiver,
Cole' en corpse lak', dat it do,
W'en dat sump'n fum de swamp sez,
"Hoo's a Hoo-chee! Hoo-chee!-Hoo?"

Dere is sumpin' in deze swampses,
Dat is aller's talkin' back;
'Tain't no varmint, ner no scritch owl,
Leaves no fedders, fur ner track.
Hits a ha'nt er sleepin' sperrit,
Talkin' to de bote dat blew,
Bote sez, "Chat-ta-hoo-chee! Hoo-chee!"
Ghos' sez, "Hoo's a Hoo-chee!-Hoo?"
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DR. ALBERT A. MURPHREE
Intertwined with the history of our institution
and bound up in our memories of '23, is the inspir-
ing personality of Dr. Albert A. Murphree. Per-
vasive in all walks of campus life, endowing our
great University with a kindly humanity that comes
to the student through a hundred channels, his per-
sonality reflects the purpose of true education: to
know men, to raise in them high ideals, and to
serve them with understanding. His good counsel,
wise guidance, the sincerity of firm purpose and
broad outlook-these will be intimate in the mem-
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ADMINISTRATION
A. A. MURPHREE, A.M., LL.D., President
J. M. FARR, A.M., PH.D., Vice President
K. H. GRAHAM, Auditor
Miss ETHEL L. COWAN, Registrar
G. E. WHITE, Religious Director and Y. M. C. A. Secretary
G. B. TILLMAN M.D., University Physician
Miss CORA MILTIMORE, Librarian
MRS. G. R. KNOTT, Matron
MRS. RUTH PEELER, Housekeeper


COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES
JAMES N. ANDERSON, A.B., PH.B., A.M., PH.D., Dean, and Professor of Ancient Languages
J. M. FARR, A.M., PH.D., Professor of English Language and Literature
C. L. CRow, A.M., PH.D., Professor of Modern Languages
J. M. LEAKE, A.B., PH.D., Professor of History and Political Science
L. M. BRISTOL, A.M., PH.D., Professor of Economics and Sociology
T. M. SIMPSON. A.M., PH.D., Professor of Mathematics
J. S. ROGERS, B.S., PH.D., Professor of Biology and Geology
H. O. ENWALL, S.T.B., PH.D., Professor of Philosophy and Psychology
T. R. LEIGH, A.B., A.M., PH.,D., F.S.Sc., Professor of Chemistry
J. R. BENTON, A.B., B.S., PH.D., Professor of Physics
E. C. BECK, A.B., M.A., Asst. Professor of English Language and Literature. (Absent on
Leave.)
M. D. CODY, A.B., M.A., Asst. Professor of Botany and Bacteriology
W. B. HATHAWAY, A.B., B.D., M.A., Asst. Professor of Languages
W. H. BEISLER, Asst. Professor of Chemistry
W. S. PERRY, A.B., M.S., Asst. Professor of Physics
W. R. HALE, M.A., Asst. Professor of Mathematics
C. A. ROBERTSON, A.M., Asst. Professor of English Language and Literature
A. P. BLACK, A.B., Asst. Professor of Chemistry
J. M. CHAPMAN, D.O., Instructor in Expression and Public Speaking


COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE
WILMON NEWELL, M.S., D.Sc., Dean
W. L. FLOYD, B.S., M.S., Asst. Dean, and Professor of Botany and Horticulture
J. E. TURLINGTON, A.B., M.S., PH.D., Professor of Agronomy
A. L. SHEALY, B.S.A., D.V.M., Professor of Veterinary Science
FRAZIER ROGERS, B.S.A., Professor of Soils and Fertilizers
N. W. SANBORN, M.D., Professor of Poultry Husbandry
J. S. ROGERS, B.S., PH.D., Professor of Biology and Geology
C. H. WILLOUGHBY, B.AGR., Professor of Animal Husbandry and Dairying
M. D. CODY, A.B., M.A., Asst. Professor of Botany and Bacteriology
E. L. LORD, B.S., Asst. Professor of Botany and Horticulture
RALPH STOUTAMIRE, B.S.A., Instructor in Agricultural Journalism


COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
J. R. BENTON, A.B., B.S., PH.D., Dean, and Professor of Physics and Electrical Engineering
P. L. REED, C.E., M.S., Professor of Civil Engineering
MELVIN PRICE, B.S.E.E., E.E., Professor of Mechanical Engineering
T. R. LEIGH, M.A., PH.D., Professor of Chemical Engineering
W. S. PERRY, A.B., M.S., Asst. Professor of Physics and Electrical Engineering
B. F. GAINES, B.S., Instructor in Mechanical Engineering. (Absent on leave.)
S. K. ESHLEMAN, M.E., Instructor in Mechanical Engineering
T. H. BEISLER, PH.D., Asst. Professor of Chemical Engineering






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L. S. GREENE, M.S., Professor of Industrial Arts
ALEXANDER BRESTI, B.S., Asst. Professor of Civil Engineering
JOSEPH WEIL, B.S.E.E., Asst. Instructor in Physics and Electrical Engineering
J. P. LITTLE, B.S.E.E., Asst. Instructor in Electrical Engineering
E. S. WALKER, COL., U. S. A. (RTD.), Instructor in Mechanical Drawing
A. J. STRONG, Professor of Mechanic Arts

TEACHERS COLLEGE
J. W. NORMAN, A.M., PH.D., Dean, and Professor of Philosophy and Education
JOSEPH ROEMER, A.M., PH.D., Professor of Secondary Education
J. R. FULK, A.M., PH.D., Professor of Education
W. A. LITTLE, A.B., M.A., Asst. Professor of Languages -
J. W. DAY, B.S.A., M.A., Professor of Agricultural Education
L. S. GREENE, B.S., M.S., Professor of Industrial Education
L. W. BUCHHOLZ, A.M., Professor of Education and School Management

COLLEGE OF LAW
H. R. TRUSLER, A.B., A.M., LL.B., Dean, and Professor of Law
C. W. CRANDALL, B.S., LL.B., Professor of Law
R. S. COCKRELL, M.A., B.L., Professor of Law
R. A. RASCO, A.M., LL.B., Professor of Law
W. G. KLINE, A.B., LL.B., Professor of Law
JOHN WURTS, M.A., LL.B., M.L. Lecturer on Law

MILITARY AND MISCELLANEOUS
J. A. VAN FLEET, CAPT., U. S. A., Commandant of Cadets and Professor of Military Science
and Tactics
L. W. AMIs, CAPT., U. S. A., Asst. Professor of Military Science and Tactics
IRA E. RYDER, CAPT., U. S. A., Asst. Professor of Military Science and Tactics
F. H. BAIN, CAPT., U. S. A., Asst. Professor of Military Science and Tactics
R. DEWITTE BROWN, B.Mus., Director of University Band and Orchestra
R. G. MANCHESTER, A.B., D.O., Director of the Department of Physical Education and Sports
A. W. SWEET, M.A., PH.D., Director of the Department of Health and Hygiene

EXTENSION DIVISION
B. C. RILEY, A.B., B.S.A., Director
P. T. MANCHESTER, A.M., French and Spanish
PANSY E. MANCHESTER, A.M., English and Latin
CEDORA FUTCH, A.M., Mathematics
MARY E. FOLEY, A.B., B.J., Journalism
ALICE L. ALLISON, A.B., Mathematics
ELLA M. ALLISON, PH.B., Teachers' Review Courses
JULIA A. KEELER, B.S., Industrial Arts
MADE.AINE WILLIAMS, A.B., High School Courses
REX FARRIOR, A.B., Latin
RALPH E. CALAHAN, Commercial Courses
J. R. LEONARD, Mechanical Drawing

SPECIAL LECTURERS
S. A. FLETCHER L. C. ADELSON
H. P. ROSBRo O. I. WOODLEY
J. A. ORMOND MRS. JOSEPH ROEMER
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THE GROWTH OF THE UNIVERSITY
LTHO the University of Florida is generally known as a very young institution
and is called "The Baby University of the South", it is by no means the thing
of a single day. As long ago as 1824, when Florida had been a territory only
a few years, there was talk, but merely talk, of the foundation of a University.
When Florida became one of the United States the Federal Government made a
grant of about one hundred thousand acres of land, the proceeds of which were to go
to the establishment of two seminaries, one east and one west of the Suwannee river.
Hence the East Florida Seminary was founded at Ocala in 1852, and the West Florida
Seminary at Tallahassee in 1856. Immediately after the Civil War the East Florida
Seminary was moved to Gainesville.
In 1870, the Legislature passed "An Act to establish the Florida Agricultural
College". This act, however, did not exactly comply with the "Land Grant College"
Act of Congress, so the Legislature passed a supplementary act at the next session,
and the State received ninety thousand acres of land from the Government.
Three sites were chosen at different times for the new Agricultural College;
finally Lake City was chosen in 1883, just eleven years after the land was granted.
In the fall of 1884 work began. This same year the Agricultural Experiment Station
was established as one of the departments of the college. In 1903 the name of the
school was changed to "University of Florida".
By 1905 higher education in Florida was in a sadly addled condition. There
were six state-supported institutions, the University of Florida, the East Florida Semi-
nary, the West Florida Seminary, the Normal School at DeFuniak Springs, the South
Florida College at Bartow, and the Agricultural Institute in Osceola County. Standards
were low, curriculums mixed up, the work was generally unsatisfactory, and expense
was inordinately large. So the Legislature passed the Buckman Act, which merged
these six institutions into two, under the unlovely names of "Florida Female College"
and "University of the State of Florida". These names were later changed to "Florida
State College for Women" .and "University of Florida". The new University was
located in Gainesville.
A great many of our present professors have been with us since the first. Doctor
Farr, Dean Benton, Doctor Crow, Dean Anderson and Colonel Walker were among the
early faculty. These five men have watched the University of Florida grow from the
very beginning; they have nurtured it and cared for it like their own flesh and blood,
and given the best years of their lives for its sake. To them the highest honor is due.
The first four years of Florida's existence as a University were under the adminis-
tration of Dr. Andrew Sledd. In 1909, at the same time that the name of the institution
was finally changed to "University of Florida", Dr. Albert A. Murphree assumed
the president's chair. The University was subdivided into colleges, and the Law College
was added. In this year Science Hall and the Agricultural Experiment Station were
erected.
Since 1909 the development of Florida has been phenomenal. The Engineering
Building went up in 1911, and the Agricultural College Building, the Commons
Building, Language Hall, and Peabody Hall followed the next year. The Gymnasium
came in 1918; the first unit of the Administration Building is now being completed;
and a campaign was carried on thruout the state this spring for a $250,000 Student
Activities Building.
Florida is not thru growing. She has just begun. The campus is laid out to
allow great future expansion. The student body has almost doubled in the last two
years. At present Florida ranks with the best in every way. Within a few years it is
widely believed she will have no equals.




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CLASSES


SENIOR
WADE MAHANNAH.........------- ...................---- Presdent
C. Y. BYRD..............--- ..............Vice President
R. A. CARLTON. ...............---------..Secretary-Treasurer
G. B. STANLY......................-- ..-- onor Representative


JUNIOR
HENSON MARKHAM..............--...---- .........President
JAMES BOYD........ ..............----....-- ..Vice President
HUGH ROBERTS ..............--------.... .......--Secretary-Treasurer
J. R. W ELLS................. ------...... .Honor Representative


SOPHOMORE
MARVIN MOUNTS .....-.... ............ .-----....President
JOHN A. MURPHREE ................................Vice President
C. E. MORRIS.....................------......Secretary-Treasurer
M. H. WYATT.-........--............------....Honor Representative


FRESHMAN
EDGAR JONES .............. ...............................-President
CLIFFORD BLITCH..... -............................. Vice President
OWEN PITTMAN ...........................Secretary-Treasurer
KENNETH JONES ........ .................Honor Representative
















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TO THOSE DEPARTING

Our ivied walls look down on your last hours,
And four swift years are gone as goes a dream
Too bright to fully understand-the stream
Of Time's own days has borne the vagrant flowers
Called memories, far away, and you must take,
Even as they, the paths that lead afield.
Yoa came in green and rawness, saw the yield
Of patient genius mold your souls, and make
Order of chaos that was youth; and now
You feel this springtide's calm about you blown,
And this sun's kindness on your laureled brow
While in your pride and glory, marching out
From the last cloister, to the frenzied shout
Of Earth's fierce battles, soon to be your own.
-WILLIAM DuBoiS.




















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CHARLES E. ABBOTT, "Chas.", Ft. Green Springs. Agriculture B.S.A., Teachers B.S.A.E. Phi
Kappa Phi, Alpha Zeta, Baptist Club, Acacia Club, President (2), Ag Club, Hardee County
Club, Stock Judging Team (2).
Friday, with apologies to DeFoe.



BURTON WEBER AMES, "Squarehead", Kissimmee. Agriculture B.S.A. Kappa Sigma, Phi
Kappa Phi, Alpha Zeta, Gamma Lambda, Masqueraders (1, 2), Ag Club, Secretary (2),
Critic (4), Osceola County Club, President (2, 4), College Football and Baseball (1, 2, 4),
Seminole Staff (3), Alligator Staff (4), University Band, Librarian (2), Assistant Manager
(4), University Orchestra (1, 2, 4).
Pennsylvania Dutch.



GEORGE J. BAYA, "Duke", Jacksonville. Law LL.B. Alpha Delta, Pirates, Newman Club, John
Marshall Debating Society, Masqueraders (3), Duval County Club, College Football (1, 2),
College Baseball (2), Representative Law College at Florida State Fair (3).
"Gasoline? How many?"



ORVILLE MARION BERG, "0. M.", Arcadia. Arts and Sciences B.S. Phi Beta Psi, Gamma
Sigma Epsilon, DeSoto County Club, Farr Literary Society, Flint Chemical Society, American
Chemical Society, "48" Club.
She's a bootlegger's daughter, and I love her still.







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JULIAN ALFRED BLAKE, "Julian", Jacksonville. Law LL.B. Phi Delta Phi, Newman Club.

He's a lawyer.



WILLIAM MOREAU BOSTWICK, "Bill", Jacksonville. Engineering B.S.M.E. Alpha Tau Omega,
Serpent Ribbon Society, Benton Engineering Society.

Procrastination is the thief of time.



EGBERT NAPOLEON BOWYER, "Bowyer", Lakeland. Law LL.B. Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Pirates,
Serpent Ribbon Society, Polk County Club, John Marshall Debating Society.

Nap-e-ol-a-on-e Bon-e-part-e.



ELBERT CLAYTON BRADDOCK, "Elbert", Crescent City. Agriculture B.S.A. Omicron Gamma
Sigma, F. V: C., Putnam Club, Ag Club.

A good, angelic boy-nothing like Heyward.















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VIRGIL M. BRADSHAW, "Virgil", San Antonio. Arts and Sciences B.S. Phi Alpha Delta, Scab-
bard and Blade, Farr Literary Society, Flint Chemical Society, Florida Astronomical Society,
Newman Club, Seminole Staff, Military Editor, Snap-Shot Editor (4), Alligator Staff (4),
Captain R. O. T. C. (4), Gallery Rifle Team (2, 3), Rifle Team (1, 2, 3), Captain (2, 3),
Pistol Team (4), Student Assistant in Biology (4).

Lived in F Section three years and never got over it.



J. COLVIN BROWN, "J. C.", Sopchoppy. Teachers B.S.A.E. Peabody Club, Stock Judging Team,
A. E. F. 18 months.

It's in Wakulla County, if you really want to knowu


WILLIAM JENNINGS BULLOCK, "Lucas", Nocatee. Teachers A.B.E. Phi Kappa Phi, Peabody
Club, Secretary (3), Senior Teachers' Club, DeSoto County Club, Secretary (3) ; Secretary
Y.M.C.A. (4), College Football (4), Teachers College Debating Team (4), Debating Coun-
cil (4), Cadet Captain R.O.T.C. (4), Blue Ridge Conference, 1922.
W. J. B., the silvery tongued son of the South.



MAURICE FRANK BUNNELL,. "Blondy", Orlando... Engineering. B.S.C.E. Pi Kappa. Alpha,
Theta Ribbon Society, Orange County Club, American Association of Engineers, Vice Pres-
ident-of the Student Body (4), College Football and Track, Managing Editor-of the Seminole
(3), Pan-Hellenic Council (4), "43" Club.
Homme, sweet Homme.






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RICHARD TEMPLE BURR, "Dick", Arch Creek. Agriculture B.S.A. Theta Chi, Gamma Sigma
Epsilon, Theta Ribbon Society, Miami Club, Ag Club, Mispah Club.

A gentleman farmer.



CALHOUN YANCY BYRD, "Check", Live Oak. Law LL.B. Alpha Tau Omega, Phi Kappa Phi,
Phi Delta Phi, Theta Ribbon Society, Somocs, F Club, John Marshall Debating Society,
Suwannee County Club, Golf Club, President Junior Law Class (2), Vice President Senior
Class (4), Basketball (1, 2), Captain-Manager (3), Baseball (1), Football (4), Law College
Football (2, 3), Law College Baseball (2, 3), Y Cabinet (3, 4), Baptist Club, Ramsey
Waiter Boy (1, 2, 3, 4), A. E. F. (1918-19).

Really should have gone out for track.



GEORGE ARTHUR CALHOUN "George", Pensacola. Engineering B.S.E.E. Theta Chi, Scabbard
and Blade, Pirates, Theta Ribbon Society, Pensacola Club, Vice President (3), President
(4), Benton Engineering Society, Seminole Staff, Captain R. O. T. C. (4).
Let George do it.



ROBERT ARTHUR CARLTON, "Buck", Knights. Agriculture B.S.A.
He's not bashful, so he must have been too busy to fill out a questionnaire.









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A. WINNARD CHADWICK, JR., "A. IV.", St. Augustine. Law LL.B. Chi Delta, Acacia Club,
John Marshall Debating Society, Mizpah Club, St. Augustine Club, Brotherhood Club.
Large and roomy; built for comfort, not for speed.



CHARLES NEGLEY CHRISTY, "Chris", Tarentum, Pa. Arts and Scienices B.S. Kappa Sigma,
Theta Ribbon Society.
The wild, wooly, witty, Peruvian.



LAWRENCE H. COBB, "Cobb", Milton. Engineering B.S.E.E. Benton Engineering Society, First
Lieutenant R. O. T. C. (4).
The one that owns the skeeter.



CHARLES EDWARD COOK, "Charley", Newberry. Engineering B.S.E.E. Benton Engineering
Society, Alachua County Club, Secretary-Treasurer (2), President (4), First Lieutenant
R. O. T. C. (4).
"I'll match you to see who pays for it."












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GILBERT CURTIS, "Red", Tampa. Engineering B.S.E.E. Beta Pi, Scabbard and Blade, Tampa
Club, Cadet Captain R. O. T. C. (4).
Yeh, he's still around here; majoring in Red Book.


RICHARD SAMFORD DOWDELL, "Dick", Wimauma. Agriculture B.S.A. Alpha Zeta, Phi
Kappa Phi, Tampa Club, Ag Club, "48" Club, Flint Chemical Society, Vice President (3),
President (4), Teacher's Senior Club, College Basketball (3), Cadet First Lieutenant R. O.
T. C. (4), Pistol Team (4), Student Assistant in Horticulture (3, 4).
She's a Philathea, but he calls her Minnehaha.


CHARLES EDWIN DUNCAN, "Carl", Tavares. Law LL.B. Pi Kappa. Alpha, Masqueraders,
Pirates, Theta Ribbon Society, John Marshall Debating Society, Citrus on Lake Sumter
Club, Vice President (1920), Lake County Club, President (1), Tennis Club, University
of Florida Greater Minstrels (1917, 1920), Basketball Squad (1917), College Football (1, 2),
Class Football (1).
Another old-timer;. he was treasurer of the Tennis Club in '16.


KASPAR GREENE DUNCAN, "Kap", Lake Butler. Teachers A.B.E. Theta Chi, Theta Ribbon
Society, Peabody Club, Senior Teachers Club, Vice President (4), Union County Club,
President (4), Masonic Club.

Come on, no one will ever know the difference.







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ROLLIN JESSE EBINGER, "Ebinger", Tampa. Teachers B.S.E. Tampa Club, Farr Literary
Society, Peabody Club, Secretary-Treasurer (4), Flint Chemical Society, Teachers Senior
Club, President (4), College Football (3, 4), College Basketball (3, 4), Class Baseball and
Football (2).

Heart whole and fancy free-even after a couple of Summer Schools.



HENRY LEITNER EDWARDS, "Henrikki", Kissimmee. Arts and Sciences B.S. Kappa Sigma,
Gamma Lambda, Cosmopolitan Club, Osceola County Club, Farr Literary Society, Seminole
Staff (3), University Band (12, 3, 4), Librarian (3), University Orchestra (1, 2).

Spends his week-ends in Jax.



W. D. EDWINS, "Edwins", DeFuniak Springs. Law LL.B. Two years at the University of South
Carolina.

Started a custom.



EARL DRAYTON FARR, "Kid", Wauchula. Law LL.B. DeSoto County Club, Acacia Club,
Secretary-Treasurer (2), President (3), Mizpah Club, Secretary-Treasurer (3), Hardee County
Club, President (3).

Give him time.









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THOMAS SHEROD FERGUSON, "Tom", Lake City. Arts and Sciences A.B. Phi Delta Phi,
Alpha Phi Epsilon, Columbia County Club, President (4), Varsity Debater (4), Cadet
First Lieutenant R. O. T. C. (3).

Gives all the girls a treat.


H. JAMES FERNALD. "Boston", Melrose, Massachusetts. Agriculture B.S.A. Omicron Gamma
Sigma, Sigma Sigma Phi, Ag Club, Vocational Club, Secretary-Treasurer (1), Vice President
(2), Acacia Club, DeSoto County Club, Senior Teachers Club, Mandolin Club, "The Col-
legians", A. E. F. 2 years.

Still goofy; he thinks his nickname is Jack.



GEORGE RANSOM GRAHAM, "George", Fort White. Teachers B.S.A.E.

Son of Mr. and Mrs. Graham.



PAUL GREY FRANKLIN, "Paul", Fort Myers. Engineering B.S.M.E. Alpha Tau Omega, Ser-
pent Ribbon Society, Somocs, President (3), Benton Engineering Society, Secretary (2),
Editor-in-Chief Alligator (2).

Co-educated.










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HENRY FULLER, "H'nry", Clearwater. Arts and Sciences B.S. Kappa Alpha, Phi Kappa Phi,
Gamma Sigma Epsilon, Serpents, Alligator Staff (3), Seminole Staff (3).

A strong, silent man.


LANDON FULLER, "Landon" Clearwater. Engineering B.S.E.E. Kappa Alpha, Phi Kappa Phi,
Scabbard and Blade, Serpents, Secretary-Treasurer Student Body (4), First Lieutenant Co.
C (4).
Those sou!jul eyes.



ALBERT JAMES GEIGER, "Albert", Homestead. Agriculture B.S.A. Sigma Phi, Phi Kappa Phi,
Alpha Zeta, Scabbard and Blade, Ag Club, President (4), Flint Chemical Society, Wrestling
Club, Miami Club, Baptist Club, Budget Committee (4), Minor Sports Committee (4),
Ag College Football (2), Inter-Society Debating Team (3), Ag-Georgia Debate (4), Captain
Co. A (4), Pistol Team (4). Stock Judging Team (3, 4), Student Assistant Horticulture (3),
Student Assistant Animal Husbandry (4).

You're darn right, he's a busy man.


ALEXANDER ANGUS GILLIS, "Alec", Ponce de Leon. Engineering B.S.C.E. Phi Kappa Phi.
Waholoosa Club, Secretary (3), President (4), B. E. S., Treasurer (3), President (4),
A. A. E., Treasurer (4), Budget Committee (4).

He's from West Florida; nuff sed.







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ERRETT F. GUNN, "Shorty", Jacksonville. Engineering B.S.C.E. Omicron Gamma Sigma, F Club,
Benton Engineering Society, Duval County Club, Scrub Football (1, 2), Football (3, 4),
Baseball (4), Class Track, Basketball and Baseball.

Looks down on the rest of us.

WILLIAM WALTER GUNN, "Walter", Gainesville. Engineering B S.E.E. Kappa Alpha, Scabbard
and Blade, Theta Ribbon Society, F Club, Class Vice President (3), President Athletic
Association (3), Treasurer Y. M. C. A. (4), Business Manager Seminole (3), Assistant
Business Manager Alligator (2), Track (1), Football (3), University Minstrels (1).

One vote, one ice cream cone.



CLAUDE ANDERSON, "Cat", Orlando. Arts and Sciences B.S. Pi Kappa Alpha, Flint Chemical
Society, Class Football (1, 2), Class Baseball (2).

An m. d. to b.



KENNETH BLAISDELL HAIT, "K. B.", Lynn Haven. Teachers A.B.E. Beta Pi, Alpha Phi
Epsilon, Peabody Club, President (3), Baptist Club, President (3), Bay County Club,
Y. M. C. A., Vice President (3), President (3), Basketball (3), Class Basketball (2), College
Football (1, 2, 3), Captain (2, 3), Volley Ball Team (1, 2), Second Lieutenant R. O.
T. C. (3).

"Oh! I hait you!"








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JOHN FRANKLIN HALL, "Old Vet", Tallahassee. Law LL.B. Alpha Tau Omega, Phi Delta Phi,
Alpha Phi Epsilon, Serpent Ribbon Society, Vice President (2), Leon County Club, John
Marshall Debating Society, Secretary-Treasurer (2), Vice President (3), A. E. F.
No relation to Thomas.


HENRY GLENN HAMILTON, "Hillbilly", Humboldt, Tenn. Agriculture B.S.A.E. 1921, M. S.
1923. Alpha Zeta, Ag Club, Secretary-Treasurer (2, 3), President (4), Class Basketball
(2), Ag Football (3), A. E. F. 1918-19.
Only a few of them left.


CHARLES ROY HAUSER, "C. R.", Miami. Engineering B.S.Ch.E. Phi Kappa Phi, Gamma
Sigma Epsilon, American Chemical Society, Benton Engineering Society, Flint Chemical
Society, Miami Club.
He likes chemistry.


TERRELL DAVIS HENLEY, "Davis", Inverness. Arts and Sciences A.B. Sigma Nu, Somocs,
Theta Ribbon Society, Citrus-Sumter Club, Vice President (2), Inverness Club, President
(4), Pan-Hellenic Council (3, 4).
His record-eight in one week.









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CLIFFORD ROSSWELL HIATT, "Clif", Gainesville. Agriculture B.S.A. Scabbard and Blade,
Baptist Club, Ag Club, Alachua County Club, Secretary-Treasurer (4), Ag College Football
(4), First Lieutenant, Battalion Adjutant (3), Captain U. of F. Rifle Team, Camp Knox,
Ky. (3), Captain Gallery Rifle Team (4), Stock Judging Team (4), Student Assistant in
Dairying (3, 4).

He knows 'em all by their first names.



ALLEN TOLAR HOLLINRAKE. Gainesville. Arts and Sciences A.B. Sigma Nu, Phi Kappa
Phi. First Lieutenant Company "B" (4).

"Not too boisterous; just loud enough to be heard."



ROY BELKNAP HOSKINS, "Mary", Tampa. Arts and Sciences A.B. Sigma Nu, Phi Kappa Phi,
Alpha Phi Epsilon, Theta Ribbon Society, Cosmopolitan Club, Secretary-Treasurer Student
Body (3), Junior Medal, Board of Control Oratorical Contest (3), Farr Literary Society,
Arts and Sciences Debating Team (4), Battalion Adjutant (4), A. E. F. 9 months.

The answer to a maiden's prayer.



DONALD HUBBARD, "Don", Terra Ceia. Engineering B.S.C.E. Gamma Sigma Epsilon, Flint
Chemical Society, Benton Engineering Society, American Association of Engineers, Manatee
County Club, First Lieutenant R. O. T. C. (4).

You'd never think it, to look at him, would you?







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FRANK R. HUNTER, "Frank", Ft. Myers. Arts and Sciences B.S. Alpha Tau Omega, Theta
Ribbon Society, Farr Literary Society.

Come on, let's hunter.



BENJAMIN LOTT JENNINGS, JR., "Benny", Okeechobee. Law LL.B. Chi Delta, Alpha Delta,
John Marshall Debating Society, Reporter (3), Law College Debating Team (3), Winner
American Law Book Co. Prize (2), Representative Law College at Florida State Fair (3).
Mr. Noah Lott Jennings.



LESTER WINDSOR JENNINGS, "Lester", Okeechobee. Law LL.B. Chi Delta, Phi Kappa Phi,
Alpha Delta, Sigma Sigma Phi, John Marshall Debating Society, President (3), Acacia Club,
Vice President (3), Vocational Club, President (1), Law College Debating Team (2),
Varsity Debater (3).

The married man with the mason-dixon line.



CHARLES WARD JOHNSON, "Ward", Largo. Law LL.B. Chi Delta, Pinellas County Club.
John Marshall Debating Society.

You know him; Mr. Johnson's son.










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JOHN McHENRY JONES, "Dizzy", Pensacola. Law LL.B. Kappa Alpha, Phi Delta Phi, Pirates,
Treasurer (4), Serpent Ribbon Society, Secretary (2), President (3, Masqueraders (2, 3),
Mandolin Club (2), John Marshall Debating Society (2, 3, 4), Pensacola Club, Golf Club,
President (3, 4), Law College Football (2), Law College Representative State Fair (4).

One of the thousands.



FRANK MARION KELLER, "Frank", Fort Meade. Engineering B.S.C.E. Scabbard and Blade,
Benton Engineering Society, Vice President (4), Polk County Club, President (4), Wrestling
Club (1, 2), Volley Ball (4), Junior Football (3), Engineering Football (3, 4), Cadet
First Lieutenant R. O. T. C. (4).

Stand back and let a good man pass.



JOHN G. KELLEY, "J. G.", Lake Butler. Agriculture B.S.A. Sigma Sigma Phi, U. S. Navy
1917-18.

Naw, he ain't Irish.



THOMAS FLOYD KENNAN, "Floyd". Hilliard. Arts and Sciences B.S. Pi Kappa Alpha, Gamma
Sigma Epsilon.

Hey, it's eight o'clock!









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FRED KILGORE, "Fred", Clearwater. Engineering B.S.E.E. Phi Kappa Phi, Benton Engineering
Society, Pinell.s County Club, Franklin Club.

Gangway, Marconi and Edison.



WALTER RUSSELL KING, "Russell", Lakeland. Arts and Sciences A.B. Phi Kappa Phi, Alpha
Phi Epsilon, St. Lucie County Club (1, 2), Polk County Club, Secretary (3), Farr Literary
Society, Reporter (2), Vice President (3), President (3), Critic (4), Debating Represen-
tative (4), Arts and Sciences Debating Team (3), Vice President Debating Council (4),
Recording Secretary Athletic Association (4), Class -and College Track Teams (1, 2, 3, 4),
Track Squad (1, 2), Varsity Track Team (3, 4), Assistant Manager (3), Manager (4),
Cross Country Team (4), Alligator Staff, Makeup Editor (4), Student Assistant in
English (2).

"Why, I've just gotten started'.'



EURY MARTIN KNIGHT, "Eury", Gainesville. Law LL.B. Alpha Delta, John Marshall Debating
Society, Bookkeeper and Cashier U. of F. (1, 3).

"How can the University get along without me?"


WILLIAM P. LADD, JR., "Stetson", DeLand. Engineering B.S.E.E. Benton Engineering Society,
Volusia County Club, First Lieutenant R. O. T. C. (4).

Yeh, he went to Stetson a whole year.







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PAUL ERNEST LELAND, "Little-bit", St. Petersburg. Engineering B.S.E.E. Omicron Gamma
Sigma, Benton Engineering Society, A. A. E., Pinellas County Club.

She really likes him; do you blame her?



OSCAR DEAN LENNARD, "Okie", Indrio. Arts and Sciences B.S. Kappa Sigma, Farr Literary
Society, St. Lucie County Club, Y Cabinet (3), Track Team (1), College Football (1, 2),
Class Basketball (2), Ramsey Waiter Boy (2, 3).
Ladies! Ladies! Be Gentlemen!"



ROBERT GASTON LITTLE, "Bob", Jacksonville. Law LL.B. Kappa Alpha, Serpent Ribbon
Society, Pirates, Vice President (2), Masqueraders, Duval County Club, John Marshall
Debating Society, Law College Football (1, 2, 3), Assistant Business Manager 1922 Seminole.

"You go thru to Tallahassee, I'll get off at Madison."



HOWARD ELTON McCLAIN, "Boll Weevil", Mobile, Ala. Arts and Sciences B.S. Pi Kappa
Alpha, Gamma Lambda, Serpent Ribbon Society, Band, Secretary-Treasurer (4), University
Orchestra.
The innocent sub-deb.











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SAM W. McINNIS, "Sam", O'Brien. Teachers A.B. Phi Kappa Phi, Alpha Phi Epsilon, Peabody
Club, President (4), Baptist Club, Varsity Debating Team (4), U. S. Army 1918-19.

My goodness, that's not nice.


CHESTER BARTOW McMULLEN, "Mac", Largo. Law, LL.B. Pi Kappa Alpha, Gamma Lambda,
Theta Ribbon Society, Pirates, College Baseball, College Basketball, College Football, U. of
F. Band (1, 2, 3).

McNutt.


WADE DOUGLAS MAHANNAH, "Wade", Ft. Lauderdale. Engineering B.S.E.E. F Club, Class
President (4), President Athletic Association (4), Chairman Honor Committee (4), Baseball
(2, 3), U. of F. Orchestra (1, 2, 3, 4).

Now, girls, don't hurt me.


RALPH A. MARSICANO, "Ralph", Tampa. Law LL.B. Beta Pi, Phi Kappa Phi, Alpha Delta,
Newman Club, President (4), Tampa Club, President (4), Vice President (3), Cosmopoli-
tan Club, Secretary (2), "48" Club, Venice Club, Vice President (1), John Marshall Debating
Society, Vice President (4), Benton Engineering Society (1), Asst. Cheer Leader (4), Editor
Student Directory (4), Rifle Team (1).

Beyond the Alps Lies Rome.









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EDWARD LEE MATHEWS, "E. L.", Bartow. Agriculture B.S.A, Teachers B.S.A.E. Agricultural
Club, Polk County Club.

One of us.



ROBERT GLOVER MILLER, "Glover", Jacksonville. Arts and Sciences A.B. Sigma Nu, Serpent
Ribbon Society, Duval County Club, Vice President (4), Quill Club, Chairman (4), Farr
Literary Society, President (4), Class Secretary-Treasurer (2), Class Football (2), College
Football (2, 4), Volley Ball Team (1, 2), College Cross Country Team (4), Seminole Staff
(1, 4), Alligator Staff (1, 2), Managing Editor (2), Swamp Angel, Editor-in-Chief (4),
Y Cabinet (4).
A three-year wonder.



ELLIS MOORE, "Ellis", Milligan. Teachers B.S.E. Scabbard and Blade, Peabody Club, Vice
President (4), Wahaloosa Club, Vice President (4), Senior Teachers Club, Secretary-
Treasurer, Y Cabinet (4), College Football (2, 3, 4), College Basketball (2, 3), First
Lieutenant R. O. T. C. (4), Blue Ridge Conference 1922.

Bashful, but give him time.



FRANCIS WEBB PARKER, "Francis", Tampa. Arts and Sciences A.B., Alpha Tau Omega, Phi
Kappa Phi, Somocs, Theta Ribbon Society, Masqueraders, Tampa Club, Secretary (3),
"48" Club, Honor Committee (3), Class Baseball (3), Pan-Hellenic Council (3, 4).
He used to look like a billiard ball.






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RALPH PARKER PERKINS, "Perk", Pine Castle. Engineering, B S.Ch.E. Gamma Sigma
Epsilon, Gamma Lambda, Flint Chemical Society, President (4), Benton Engineering
Society, President (4), A. A. E., American Chemical Society, Orlando Club, B.nd (1, 2),
Astronomical Society, Vice President (3), "48" Club, Seminole Staff (3).

"You may not believe it, but I'm the only one in my family who doesn't *"



FORD LEWIS PRESCOTT, "Ford", Gainesville. Engineering B.S.M.E. Phi Kappa Phi, Beti
Epsilon, Franklin Club, Society of Automotive Engineers, Buckman Med l, June 1913.

Ford-flivver-jitney-lizzie-Elizabeth.



ROB ROY RHUDY, "Bob", Tampa. Law LL.B. Kappa Alpha, Theta Nu Epsilon, John Marshall
Debating Society, Tampa Club.

K. A.-Kneck Artist.



WIELAND WALKER ROGERS, "Pete", Jacksonville. Arts and Sciences B.S. Kappa Sigma,
Farr Literary Society, Flint Chemical Society.

"Sho Ishubella Shez to Columbush *"











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JOHN WHITTIER ROYER, "John IV.", Roanoke, Virginia. Agriculture B.S.A. Delta Sigma
Sigma, Ag Club, Flint Chemical Society, Second Lieutenant Inf. 29th Div. A. E. F.
"When I played against Jim Thorpe *"



NEWTON D. ST. JOHN, "Newt", Daytona Beach. Arts and Sciences A.B. Omicron Gamma
Sigma, Gamma Sigma Epsilon, Flint Chemical Society, Volusia County Club, Farr Literary
Society, St. Andrew's Brotherhood, College Basketball .(3), Alligator Staff, Exchange
Editor (4).
Another three-year wonder; he may be bright but he don't crow.


MARCUS ERCELLE SANDERS, "Ercelle", Gainesville. Engineering B.S.C.E. Gamma Sigma
Epsilon, Flint Chemical Society, Benton Engineering Society, Alachua County Club.
Lineal descendant of both Antonius and Aurelius.



IVAN WALTER SCOTT, "Scotty", Dunkirk, New York. Arts and Sciences A.B. Kappa Sigma,
Scabbard and Blade, F Club, Hell-Bent Society, Class Vice President (2), Budget Com-
mittee (3, 4), Athletic Board (4), Varsity Football (2, 3, 4), Captain R. O. T. C. (3), Y
Cabinet (3).
Too big for a man and too small for a horse.









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ERNEST M. SCHABINGER, "E. M.", Delray. Agriculture B.S. Ag. Club, Y Cabinet, Gallery
Team (3).

A good shot.



ANDREW CARSON SIMMONS, "Andy", Jacksonville. Engineering B.S.C.E. Kappa Sigma,
Benton Engineering Society, A. A. E., Football Squad (1, 3, 4), S. A. T. C. Football Team,
College Football, College Basketball, Class Basketball, Swimming Team, Volley Ball, Capt.
(3), Manager (2, 4), Track Squad, Wrestling Club, Soccer, Class Football, Second Lieu-
tenant R. O. T. C. (3), Duval County Club, Treasurer (2), Y Cabinet (3), Y Delegate to
Blue Ridge Conference 1921.

'S funny; he's never gone out for baseball.


JOSEPH G. SMITH, "J. G.", Tignall, Ga. Agriculture B.S.A. Ag. Club.

No, Pocahontas; his first name is Joseph.



RICHARD M. SMITH, "Dick", Jacksonville. Agriculture B.S.A. Gamma Sigma Epsilon, Duval
County Club, Secretary-Treasurer (4).

Quiet and industrious.











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GARLAND WESLEY SPENCER, JR., "Lefty", Sanford. Law LL.B. Pi Kappa Alpha, Theta
Ribbon Society, Pirates, Baseball (4).

Watch him, girls.



GEORGE B. STANLY, "George", Ft. Lauderdale. Arts and Sciences A.B. Sigma Alpha Epsilon,
Scabbard and Blade, Alpha Phi Epsilon, Somocs, F Club, President (4), Secretary (3),
Duval County Club, President (4), Vice President (2, 3), Wrestling Club, Serpent Ribbon
Society, Cl ss President (3), Honor Representative (4), Secretary-Treasurer Athletic Board
(3), Football (3), F. A. A. (1, 2), Tennis (3), Wrestling (2), Intermmural Baseball, Track,
Basketball, Farr Literary Society, President (3), Vice President (2), Critic (3), First
Lieutenant R. O. T. C. (4), Y Cabinet (1, 2, 3), Vice President (3), Minor Sports Com-
mittee (4), Pan-Hellenic Council (4).

"All right gang, let's get together on this *"



RICHARD L. STANLY, "Dick", Ft. Lauderdale. Arts and Sciences B.S. Sigma Alpha Epsilon,
Gamma Sigma Epsilon, F Club (3, 4), Masqueraders, Flint Chemical Society, Football
Manager (3).

"I'd a turned it in a month ago, but I didn't know who to give it to."


JOHN O'NEAL COX, "O'Neal", Gainesville. Arts and Sciences A.B. Sigma Nu, Scabbard and
Blade, F Club, Football (3), Track (3), Captain Track Team (4), Captain R. O. T. C. (4).

Leads a fast life.






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LLOYD DENISON STEWART, "L. D.", Bradentown. Agriculture B.S.A., Teachers B.S.A.E.
Omicron Gamma Sigma, Alpha Zeta, Phi Kappa Phi, Ag Club, Secretary-Treasurer (4),
Manatee County Club, President (4), Y. M. C. A., Treasurer (4), College Baseball (2, 3),
Class Baseball (3), College Football (3), Scrub Football (4), First Lieutenant R. O.
T. C. (4).

A big boy-three ways.


JAMES CLAGETT TAYLOR, "Icky", Sebring. Arts and Sciences A. B. Sebring Club, Farr
Literary Society.

From the Greek "icthus" meaning "fish".



JAMES HENRY TAYLOR, "Jimmy", Jacksonville. Law LL.B. Alpha Tau Omega, Duval County
Club, Serpent Ribbon Society, John Marshall Debating Society.

Thumbs down.



IRVIN GREY THOMAS, "I. G.", Fort Myers. Engineering B.S.E.E. Alpha Phi Epsilon, Phi
Kappa Phi, Benton Engineering Society, A. A. E. Representative of Engineering College at
State Fair (3, 4).

If the folks could see him now.









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LAUDIOUS LAWRENCE THOMPSON, "Slim", Tarpon Springs. Teachers A.B.E. Beta Pi, Farr
Literary Society, Peabody Club, Vice President (4), Pinellas County Club, Vice President
(4), Baptist Club, F Club, Basketball (3), Junior Basketball, Captain (3), College Foot-
ball (4).

Needle type.


LEONARD EDWIN TODD, "Leonard", Ocala. Engineering B.S.E.E. Sigma Phi, Radio Club,
President (2), Seminole Staff (4).

Hot todd-y.


WILLIAM LORENZA TOOKE, "Rudolph", Floral City. Arts and Sciences B.S. Kappa Sigma,
Gamma Lambda, Inverness Club, Cosmopolitan Club, Theta Ribbon Society, University Band.

"Gangway, girls. This is the night I study."


WILLIAM GRESHAM WARD, "Bill", Miami. Law LL.B. Alpha Tau Omega, Phi Kappa Phi,
Phi Delta Phi, Theta Ribbon Society, Pirates, John Marshall Debating Society, Athletic
Board (3), Class Secretary-Treasurer (3), Y Cabinet (4), Chairman Minor Sports Com-
mittee (4), Secretary Honor Committee (3), Basketball (1, 2), Baseball (1, 2, 3, 4), Captain
Baseball Team (2, 3).
So strong, but oh, so gentle.








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ALEC WHITE, "Alec", Tampa. Agriculture B.S.A. Kappa Sigma, Tampa Club, Ag Club, Business
Manager Alligator (3).
"We've been around, ain't we Bullock?"


JOSEPH SENTER WHITE, "Joe", Gainesville. Law LL.B. Alpha Tau Omega, Phi Delta Phi,
F Club, John Marshall Debating Society, President'(4), Varsity Baseball (1, 2, 4).
Made the varsity b- team.


HORACE WILSON, "Pop", Starke. Agriculture B.S.A. Kappa Sigma, Phi Kappa Phi, Alpha
Zeta, Scabbard and Blade, Alpha Phi Epsilon, Ag Club, President (4), Ag College Debating
Team (3), Alligator Staff, Assistant Business Manager (3), Business Manager (4), Cadet
Major R. O. T. C. (4).
Made 'em all, didn't he?"


JAMES ANDREW WINFIELD, "Cooter", O'Brien. Engineering. (Not a candidate for a degree.)
Kappa Sigma, Cosmopolitan Club, Treasurer (3)', Benton Engineering Society, Treasurer (2),
American Association of Erigineers, Acacia Club, President Student Body (4), President
Budget Committee (4), Class President (2), Advertising Manager Seminole (3), Y Cabinet
(1, 2, 3), Delegate to Southern Federation of'College Students (4), A. E. F. 21 months.
So quiet and retiring.








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THURSTON PHILIP WINTER, "T. P.", Oakland. Agriculture B.S.A. Scabbard and Blade,
Orange County Club, Ag Club.

Old Boreas.



ROBERT WRAY, "Bob", DeLand. Agriculture B.S. Kappa Sigma, Alpha Phi Epsilon, Agricultur-
al Club, College Track Team (3), Class Track Team (3), Member of Debating Council (4),
Secretary Debating Council (4), Florida-Georgia Ags Debating Team (3), Alligator Staff,
Assistant Managing Editor (3), Managing Editor (4), Rutgers College, Freshman and
Sophomore years, Honor Man Scholastically (1, 2).

Do unto others as you would have them do unto you.



COLEMAN GAY WYSONG, "Wysong", Gainesville. Teachers B.S. Peabody Club, Senior Teachers
Club, Alachua County Club.

After all, wysing?


WILLIAM JACOB YARNOFF, "Count", Philadelphia, Pa. Engineering B.S.C.E. Zeta Beta Tau,
Phi Kappa Phi, A. A. E., President (4), Benton Engineering Society, Cosmopolitan Club,
President (2), Acacia Club, College and Class Football (2, 3, 4), Assistant Manager Foot-
ball, Intercollegiate Debates (2, 3, 4), Debating Council (3, 4), Assistant Editor-in-Chief
Seminole (3).
Count Hairalloff.






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SENIOR CLASS HISTORY

*IHE present Senior Class, although handicapped by tlie disadvantages of
the reconstruction period, did not have the misfortune of jeing shattered
by the call to colors as did the classes of the two previous years. In
September, 1919, we registered as Freshmen and we have the recollection
of how our pride was smothered when we took our ranks as Freshmen and were no
longer the leaders we were in high school. We feel proud of the fact, however, that
we fitted in withthe college regime andhelped to make the traditions of Florida.
W fere taughtp love the University a-nd the duty we owed to our senior classes-
a spifit that hos followel us to the end.
As Freshmen, we won the flag rush from the Sophomores, but after struggling
for an hour, we were forced to give in to them in the tug-of-war. We furnished our
quota to the football varsity, which under the rules of the S. I. A. A. was legitimate
at that time. This year the track meet was taken by the Rats; the declamation contest
was added to their honors at the expense of the Sophomores, and one of our number
was president of the Farr Literary Society, for the first and only time that a Freshman
has had the honor. In our effort to teach the Freshman class of the next year
that they should bow down to the rule and whims of the Sophomore class, we
"Carried it a little too far" in the eyes of the discipline committee and thus came the
unfortunate "Forty-Eight Club", which took its humiliation in the finest spirit and
organized one of the most loyal clubs in the history of the institution. As proof of
their spirit., they conducted several successful carnivals for the purpose of raising
funds for worthy organizations of the campus. In other ways the Sophomores of that
vear showed their love for Florida and took their part in all activities.
As Juniors we were still working for the University and strived in every way
possible for a greater Florida. In Athletics we carried off football honors, but were
nosed out by the Sophomores in basketball.
At the beginning of this year we found that we were the biggest Senior Class in
the history of the institution and at our first meeting elected Wade Mahannah, Presi-
dent; Check Byrd, Vice President; R. A. Carlton, Secretary and Treasurer; and
George Stanley, Honor Representative. We started out earnestly to make our last
year count most for the University and to profit ourselves while we could, and as
the end draws near and our goal is almost realized, we cannot help but feel a tinge
of sorrow when we think of parting with our friends of the last four years; with
an institution that has become. a' a4h )to u:s and to which we owe a debt that we can
never pay; with the faculty m~imbes, the seeming bane and evil of college life,
who at the pating of the ways. rise up before us and we bow down to them in
gratitude for tlfeir unselfish devotion.







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"Handsome"
ARTS AND SCIENCES
Lake City, Fla.
President


JAMES R. BOYD
"Jimmie"
LAW
Jacksonville, Fla.
Vice President


HUGH ROBERTS
"Mugzy"
ENGINEERING
Miami, Fla.
Secretary-Treasurer


JOEL REAVES WELLS
"J. R."
LAW
Panama City, Fla.
Honor Representative


J. CURTIS BYRD
"Jay Bird"
LAW
Tallahassee, Fla.
Sergeant at Arms



W. SYLVESTER MIDDLETON
"Sylvester"
ARTS AND SCIENCES
Pomona, Fla.













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WILLIAM M. DAVIS
"Bill"
AGRICULTURE
Wauchula, Fla.



ERWIN A. CLAYTON
"Clate"
TEACHERS
Aucilla, Fla.



FRED P. ABBOTT
"Pap"
AGRICULTURE
Gainesville, Fla.



HENRY P. PHILPOT
"Phil"
LAW
Belle, Fla.


GRANT A. MARTELL
"Marty"
AGRICULTURE
Fellsmere, Fla.



JAMES P. CLARK
"Cookie Pusher"
LAW
Charleston, W. Va.














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JACKSON C. MATTHEWS
"Jack"
ARTS AND SCIENCES
Trenton, Fla.



RICHARD A. SIAS
"Dick"
ARTS AND SCIENCES
Orlando, Fla.



AUGUSTUS E. BEASLEY
"Guss"
LAW
Starke, Fla.



IROBERT L. EARNEST, JR.
"Bob"
LAW
West Palm Beach, Fla.



OTIS M. COBB
"Sanford"
LAW
Sanford, Fla.



ROLAND W. GRANAT
"Granite"
LAW
Miami, Fla.





















G. FLOYD FERRIS
"Rosebud"
ENGINEERING
Jacksonville, Fla.



ROBERT S. PIERCE, JR.
"Bobbie"
ARTS AND SCIENCES-.
Marianna, Fla.-



JOHN C. BABSON
"J. C."
ENGINEERING
Atlantic Beach, Fla.




CRENSHAW C. COLLINS
"Pill"
AGRICULTURE
Bartow, Fla.



PAUL H. BRINSON
"Pinky"
LAW
Gainesville, Fla.




JACK P. ASHMORE
"Jack"
ARTS AND SCIENCES
Tallahassee, Fla.















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M. LESLIE STEPHENS
"Less"
LAW
St. Augustine, Fla.



JAMES A. VAUGHAN
"Jimmie"
ARTS AND SCIENCES
DeFuniak Springs, Fla.




LOUIE R. RAMSEY
"Ram"
TEACHERS
Pensacola, Fla.



ELMER D. HINCKLEY
"Bud"
ARTS AND SCIENCES
Jacksonville, Fla.



DAVID A. RAMBO
"Dave"
ENGINEERING
Orlando, Fla.



GEORGE W. MILAM
"Three Dopes"
LAW
Jacksonville, Fla.














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W. FRANK EVANS
A"Red"
LAW
Jacksonville, Fla.



KENNETH K. HANSEN
"K. K."
ARTS AND SCIENCES
Tallahassee, Fla.



J. HOOPER WISE
"Jake"
ARTS AND SCIENCES
Gallatin, Tenn.



THOMAS J. GEIGER
"Tom"
AGRICULTURE
Wellborn, Fla.



FRANK C. PAUL, JR.
"Franz"
AGRICULTURE
Tampa, Fqa.



WILLIAM H. POMEROY
"Tap"
AGRICULT-URE
Orlando, ERa.














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JOHN J. HENRICK
"John"
LAW
Philadelphia, Pa.



JAMES A. HUDSON
"Jimmie"
AGRICULTURE
Miami, Fla.



FOSTER SHI SMITH
"Shi"
ARTS AND SCIENCES
Hawthorne, Fla.



CLINTON B. VAN CLEEF
"Dutch"
AGRICULTURE
Glenwood, Fla.



HEYWARD M. BRADDOCK
"Brad"
ARTS AND SCIENCES
Crescent City, Fla.



WILLIAM J. CROWLEY
"Growley"
AGRICULTURE
Miakka, Fla.













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JOHN F. BLATT
"Jahn"
ARTS AND SCIENCES
Kankakee, Ill.



EDWARD P. McCORKLE
"Mac"
LAW
Lakeland, Fla.



ELGAR P. ELLIS
"Jazzbo"
LAW
Ft. White, Fla.



ORVILLE R. DAVIS
"0. R."
AGRICULTURE
Miami, Fla.




J. PRESTON COREY
"Jay"
ARTS AND SCIENCES
Winterville, N. C.



FRANK H. WILLIAMSON
"Pretty Boy"
LAW
Mi-mi Beach, Fla.













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LEO M. BUTLER
"Blonde Giant"
ENGINEERING
Clearwater, Fla.



HARRY LEE CREARY
"Biddie"
LAW
Gainesville, Fla.



JOE K. MERRIN
"Joe"
ENGINEERING
Plant City, Fla.



W. TURNER DAVIS
"Dynamite"
LAW
Madison, Fla.



B. DILLON HARTRIDGE
"Ben"
LAW
Jacksonville, Fla.



ROBERT C. TRIMBLE
"Bob"
ENGINEERING
Bradentown, Fla.














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EDGAR B. BUSBEE
"Snuggle Puppy"
ARTS AND SCIENCES
Williston, Fla.



WILLIAM H. KEEN
"Bill"
ENGINEERING
Bradentown, Fla.



HOMER B. LEE
"Basil"
ARTS AND SCIENCES
Lake Butler, Fla.



J. SHIRLEY GRACY
"Shirr"
ARTS AND SCIENCES
Smyrna, Tenn.



FRANK M. HARRIS
"Slim"
LAW
St. Petersburg, Fla.



R. KENNETH LEWIS
"Skinney"
LAw
West Palm Beach, Fla.














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RAWLEY W. SCOTTEN
"Rollie"
ARTS AND SCIENCES
Gainesville, Fla.



VERN W. WILSON
F "Vern"
AGRICULTURE
Kissimmee. Fla.



MILLEDGE A. BAKER
"Snipes"
AGRICULTURE
O'Brien, Fla.



-DAVID F. McDOWELL
"Mac"
ARTS AND SCIENCES
Panama City, Fla.




JOHN B. AVERA
"Jack"
ARTS AND SCIENCES
Gainesville, Fla.



EARLE E. PEEPLES
"Early"
ENGINEERING
Lake Butler, Fla.














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REUBEN M. MASON
"Reube"
ARTS AND SCIENCES
Sanford, Fla.



WILLIAM M. PEPPER, JR.
"Scoop"
ARTS AND SCIENCES
Gainesville, Fla.



PETE HARRIS
"Louie"
ARTS AND SCIENCES
Tampa, Fla.



O. KENNETH WEATHERWAX
"Fayreweather"
ENGINEERING
Tampa, Fla.



EDWARD B. WOODBERRY
"Pinky"
ARTS AND SCIENCES
Quincy, Fla.



OJUS MALPHURS
"Cojus"
ENGINEERING
High Springs, Fla.















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STUART L. POMEROY
"Rat"
ENGINEERING
Jacksonville, Fla.




IRVINE D. WILLIAMS
"Ducky"
ENGINEERING
Tampa, Fla.




WILLIAM E. SWEAT
"Ernest"
LAW
Mulberry, Fla.




HERBERT CLIFTON BROWN
"Cordwood"
ARTS APD SCIENCES
Lawtey, Fla.




CHARNELLE H. SUMMERS
"C. H."
ENGINEERING
Kissimmee, Fla.




BENJAMIN B. SEMILOF
"Semilouf"
LAW
Arredonda, N. Y.









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EDGAR S. BLAKE
"Weary"
ENGINEERING
Chipley, Fla.



OTIS MATHIS
"Otis"
ARTS APDI SCIENCES
Paxton, Fla.



TRUMAN GREEN
"Bones"
ARTS APD SCIENCES
Tampa, Fla.



THOMAS SALE
"Tom"
LAW
Southport, Fla.



J. L. JACKSON
"Leslie"
ARTS APD SCIENCES
Largo, Fla.




MERTON S. HORRELL
"Merton"
ARTS APD SCIENCES
Arcadia, Fla.













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THE SOPHOMORE
Ask a Senior who he is; with a condescending smile
The Mighty One will answer you (he thinks you're quite a bore)
That the gentleman in question is hardly worth his while,
For the Gentleman in Question is a simple Sophomore.
Ask a Junior; he will meet you with an eye that flashes fire,
As if he'd like to operate upon your lower slats.
And with a voice that indicates an old suppressed desire
He'll tell you, "Yes, 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, he'll answer with a laughing sort of scoff,
And his lips will curl in pleasure as he speaks the hated word:
"That fellow? Oh, he's nothing but a good-for-nothing Soph.
Oh, the Rats all love him dearly, and the upper-classmen too,
And the Faculty, of course they love him just as much, and more;
But when exams are over and his second year is thru
He'll be proud to say he's been a Sophomore.
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FLORIDA'S TRADITIONS

INKED and intertwined with the growth of the University of Florida there
have come to be customs and traditions which are closely associated with
the life of the students. Due to the brief existence of the University the
number and intensity of these traditions are less outstanding than those
older institutions, but nevertheless Florida has many events which have come to be
looked upon as standing annual occurrences which serve to enrich the life of the
undergraduate.
Among Florida's traditions none has a greater significance than that of speaking
to one's fellow student or professor whenever meeting upon the campus. This custom
binds the students together in a closer union of fellowship and serves to promote
cooperation in all activities relating to the general welfare of the university. In this
manner the students become better acquainted and friendships are formed which last
thru many years of after life.
As is the case in many other schools the Freshman forms the nucleus about which
are formed numerous customs and modes of procedure of widely differing sorts. The
first Friday night after the opening of the school year has long been known as
College Night. At this time the entire student body as well as the Freshmen, together
with the faculty and many of the town people, gather in the gymnasium and go thru
a process of getting acquainted. This is facilitated by each person wearing a tag bear-
ing his name and address. On the afternoon of the following Saturday the Freshmen
are assembled for the annual boxing matches. They are paired off roughly according
to size and weight-often many at one time in order to hasten matters-and are
urged on for a round or two by the belts of the surrounding upperclassmen. For the
sake of variation a group of misfits, or those which cannot be evenly matched, are
usually blindfolded and put into the ring for a round of hit and miss. However,
probably the most anticipated of all "Rat" functions, are the flag rush and the tug-
of-war which are staged with the Sophomores around Thanksgiving. In these events
the undertrodden Freshman is given the opportunity to assert his rights-which is
usually done with the aid of superior weight and numbers.
Other established traditions of Florida which are coming to have greater and
greater weight as time goes on are the annual shirt-tail parade which is staged after
the principal football game of the season; the time-honored tilt between the faculty
and Seniors on the baseball field each spring; and willing from year to year to the
Junior Class the honor and hard work of issuing the Seminole.
Traditions are the stuff from which are formed the history and significance of
an institution of learning. As the operation and progress of Florida are governed
by wholesome guideposts set up by the hand of time in so far will she become honored
and looked up to with love and veneration by the men who are proud to call her
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W. G. KLINE ............... ......... ......... .----- --------- -- ---- ------------ Coach
J. A. VAN FLEET --..... ........... ..................... .........----------.......--Assistant Coach
FERDINAND H. DUNCAN..- .......... .......----- ... --.----------Captain
WINTHROP N. ROBINSON ........-........-...-...- --.. .. ...........Captain-elect

ROLL OF SQUAD

Joe Barchan L. V. Hokenstad
O. R. Bie W. D. Mahannah
C. Y. Byrd J. C. Matthews
R. A. Carlton J. K. Merrin
L. C. Case M. U. Mounts
R. V. Coleman J. A. Murphree
J. O. Cox R. D. Newton
R. C. Dickson C. H. Norton
A. E. Doty S. L. Pomeroy
F. H. Duncan E. E. Raasch
E. E. Gunn W. M. Robinson
M. H. Hendry R. A. Simmons
G. H. Hodges I. W. Scott
M. H. Wyatt-


JAMES R. BOYD............... ....... --------..------ --------.. Manager
MAXWELL W. WELLS........... .. .................. ..- ----- Manager-elect

SCHEDULE

October 7. at Gainesville......... ... .............--- Florida 6, Furman 7
October 14., at Orlando...----...-- -----....... Florida 19, Rollins 0
October 21, at Tampa.....................---------..... Florida 14, American Legion 0
October 28, at Gainesville-.....-....... .------ Florida 57, Howard College 0
November 4, at Boston.................----.----------Florida 0, Harvard 24
November 11, at Tampa.....................-........ Florida 58, Miss. College 0
November 18. at New Orleans......-------....... ----.-- Florida 27, Tulane 6
November 25, at Atlanta...--.......... ---.- ..... Florida 12, Oglethorpe 0
December 2, at Jacksonville.....................--.......Florida 47, Clemson 14









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NEW SYSTEM OF ATHLETICS
EALIZING the necessity of having a recognized head of the athletic
department at the University to oversee all activities pertaining to that
department, the Athletic Board met shortly after the close of the football
season this year and decided to establish a new system of athletics
whereby better relations with other Universities could be procured in the future and
a closer coordination of the various athletic activities on the campus could be
maintained. These desirable fac-
tors for better athletics, they said,
could only be acquired by having
one man to assume such duties as
arranging schedules for both ma-
jor and minor sports, attending to
all correspondence, determining
the eligibility of all players, hand-
ling the finances, and the like.
Ever since athletics have been
ina prominence at the University
the coaches, the managers, and the
men on the Athletic Board have
invariably taken upon themselves
the duty of writing other colleges
for field engagements, with the
result that nothing desirable was
obtained because of the numerous
signatures that claimed the respon-
sibility.
An office will be fitted up in
the new administration building
to serve as headquarters for the
director of athletics. The walls
will be adorned with team rec-
ords, pictures, and banners, and
JAMES L. WHITE
on the shelves will be placed cups
and other trophies won by athletic teams in their contests with other schools. Every-
thing in the room will lend an invigorating atmosphere of good, wholesome, clean
athletics.
James Livingstone White of Miami has accepted the honor of becoming the first
real director of athletics at the University of Florida. In the opinion of those who
know him a better choice could not have been made. Possessing a wide knowledge
of all athletics derived while he was enrolled as a student at the University of
Virginia, he comes well fitted for the job. He graduated from there in the year of
1917 and holds a B.S. degree. During the years of 1913-14-15-16 he received baseball





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letters, being captain of the team the latter two years, and head coach the following
term.
In football he also displayed his athletic prowess on the gridiron by playing
four years on the team and winning undeniable recognition in all the games he played.
His position was in the backfield.
Basketball, like all other athletic activities, took up much of his time, and he
was seen in action for three years in this sport, being captain of the team in 1916.
During his term of captaincy of the baseball team in 1915 and 1916 he was given full
control of the squad and turned out one of the best teams in the history of that insti-
tution, defeating Yale in a game with them.
At the beginning of the World War he entered the First Officers Training Camp
at Fort McPherson, Ga., and was commissioned first lieutenant. While stationed at
Camp Gordon he played on the service football team, and aided greatly in defeating
some of the leading colleges in the South. While over seas he was promoted to a
captaincy in 1918.
Returning to the University of Virginia in the fall of 1919, after receiving his
discharge from the Army, he again took up his activities as a leader on the campus
and served both as general secretary of the Y. M. C. A. and assistant coach of all
athletics. In 1920 he went to Wake Forest College, N. C., as head coach of all athletics,
remaining there two years before resigning to enter business near Miami, where he
is located at present.
The functions of the Athletic Director, who will be responsible to the faculty only,
under the new system, as laid down and officially issued by the board, will be as
follows:
1. Head of all coaches and gymnasium instructors, who shall be responsible to
the Athletic Director.
2. Coaches shall be loyal to director and maintain team work and be open to
suggestions from director, but shall be free to pursue their own methods of coaching
and style of playing.
3. All financial control to be in hands of director, except as otherwise provided
by student- budget.
4. Purchase all equipment.
5. Authorize the number of players to be taken on trips.
6. Arrange all schedules after consulting with coaches.
7. Enforce all rules of eligibility.
8. Direct policy looking to building up definite system of football and physical
training.
9. Authority to make suggestions as to hours of practice, having regard to
students' class and laboratory hours.
10. Coaches shall have their headquarters in office of Athletic Director and
shall render such assistance as may be desirable or necessary in making up records
of equipment, players, etc.
11. Require spring practice in football for one month,





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MAJOR VAN FLEET
COACH KLINE Major Van Fleet, for the past two
seasons assistant coach in football at:.
Coach W. G. Kline is the man most the University, has been appointed to
responsible for the remarkable im- fill the vacancy left open by the de-
provement in athletics at the Univer- parture of Coach Kline, and to lead the
sity of Florida during the past three Florida pig-skin chasers to another suc-
years. During this time he had com- cessful season next fall.
plete charge of all major sports and Coach Van Fleet, the title by which
was responsible for the complete met- he will be known hereafter, is the type
amorphosis in the ranks of the football of man to fully control the reins of
squad, changing them from an aggre- leadership in any branch of college
gation of untrained men in the funda- athletics, having been a famous foot-
mentals of the game into one of the ball star for four years at West Point,
smoothest working machines in the and later serving as coach of the Kan-
South. sas Aggies in 1920. He is thoroughly
It is with reluctance that the stu- acquainted with the football candidites
dent body sees him depart from the for next year and has already formu-
University this year to enter the busi- lated his plans for a successful season.
ness field, for Coach Kline has cer-
tainly won a warm spot in the hearts
of all who have known him by his
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JAMES R. BOYD FRANK EVANS MAXWELL W. WELLS
Manager Assistant-Manager Manager-Elect
REVIEW OF 1922 FOOTBALL SEASON
HEN the curtain ran down on Florida's football season last December, the
best and most successful season ever experienced by a Gator machine passed
into history; one that will long be remembered by the ardent fans and
supporters who maintained such a loyal faith in the activities of the team.
Not only in the South did the big Orange team cause quite a flurry, but the North as
well saw them in action when they journeyed up to tackle Harvard at Cambridge.
In spite of the fact that the new ruling of the Southern Inter-collegiate Con-
ference, forbidding Freshmen to engage in major sports, prevented Florida from
presenting the most formidable aggregation of football players in the South to
represent her, the Gators were acknowledged by all prominent sports writers to be an
outstanding contender for Southern honors. Florida was classed among the leading
len in the Dixie circle.
Coaches Kline and Van Fleet engendered in their men a spirit of determination
that.could not be denied, which along with a forward pass system that could not be
checked, was the main factor for the remarkable development of the team. Dickson
and Newton, two of the South's best punters, aided greatly in combining a stellar
kicking game with a well diversified offense to a good advantage.
The only upset registered against Florida came with the initial game of the
season when Furman came down and nosed out the Gators by a 7 to 6 score. The
game was played in a sea of mud and slime under conditions particularly unfavorable
to good football. Their score came with the second play of the game when a long and
unexpected forward pass from their eighteen yard line went for the remaining distance
and only score of the game. However, Lady Luck seemed to abide with the visitors
at the most crucial moments of the game when Florida took advantage of two Furman
fumbles and carried the ball across the goal line twice for touchdowns, only to be
called back by the referee who too hastily had blown his whistle. On another occasion,
Case, Florida's speediest back, had eluded the entire field on an off-tackle play but
slipped down twenty yards from a touchdown.
As a result of this exhibition which caused quite a bit of unfavorable criticism
thruout the state, Coaches Kline and Van Fleet revised all signals and plays pre-
viously used and installed a complete new system of play, styled somewhat on the
order of that used by the big Eastern teams. The first victim to succumb to the new
attack was Rollins College in a game played at Orlando. Again as in the preceding
game the contest was marred by atrocious weather, a soggy field and rain falling most



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of the time. The play itself was only fair, Florida having not yet become accustomed
to their new tactics which had been in use just four days, and could only roll up
nineteen points to Rollins none.
The next game found the Orange and Blue in Tampa battling against the American
Legion team composed of some of the best ex-college stars produced in football.
"Buck" Flowers, of Georgia Tech fame, was the marked man on the opposing team
and was watched too closely to be of any scoring value. Florida still seemed weak
in this game, but were able to concentrate an effective consecutive drive at times that
placed them on the large end of a 14 to 0 score.
From then on the Gators found their bearings and began developing teamwork
that greatly enhanced the morale of the squad. Evidence of this was made by the
decisive score registered against Howard College on October 28, when they came to
Gainesville and were snowed under with a score of 57 to 0.
The game which stood out most during the season was on November 4, when
Florida took a long journey up to Boston to play Harvard. There are always games
which stand out in any team's season, as those with a special rival, but none has ever
occupied the attention of the University of Florida and the state at large so much
as the game with Harvard. It was the first time Florida had ever invaded the North,
and more than that it was the first opportunity it ever had to attract nation-wide atten-
tion.
All the eyes of the Southland were turned towards this classic event on that day
and those interested were not over disappointed with the final outcome which resulted
in a 24 to 0 score for Harvard. The stadium was thronged with 30,000 spectators, the
largest assembly to ever witness a Florida team in action. This feature, along wi:h the
fact that they were playing against one of the greatest teams in the country, wrought
considerable nervousness on the fighting Gators and completely routed their ambi:ions
to offset the powerful attack of the Harvard men. Seventeen points were scored in the
first quarter before Florida's men settled down and began making the game look like
a real football battle. Newton, Dickson, Case, Duncan, Doty, and Robinson furnished
the long runs and hard drives of the game which brought them favorable comment in
the Boston papers. Coach Bob Fisher of Harvard remarked after the game that
Dickson was one of the best all round fullbacks he had ever seen in action, and that
Newton, Duncan, Robinson, and Doty would be a credit to any college team in the
country.
On Armistice Day in Tampa the Orange and Blue had an easy time defeating
Mississippi College 58 to 0. Beautiful forward passing, broken field running, and.
sharp cut-backs were too much for the visitors, and they were forced to suffer their
greatest defeat of the season.
The biggest surprise in the South happened the following Saturday in New
Orleans when the Gators trounced the much-touted Tulane team 27 to 6. "Ark"
Newton and Captain Duncan, described by New Orleans papers as the new Bo McMil-
lan-Red Roberts combination" with their repertoire of perfect forward passes, aided
by Dickson with his vicious line plunging and defensive work, were the main cogs in
the machine that hurled the "Green Wave" against the rocks.
Unexpected trouble, namely freezing weather and a stony field, was encountered
in Atlanta on November 25, when Florida lined up against Oglethorpe and downed
them by the small margin of 12 to 0. Captain Duncan was responsible for all the
points in this game, scoring two touchdowns on end around end plays. The game was
devoid of thrills but not of injuries. Ray Dickson was laid out for the remainder of
the season.
As a fitting climax for Florida's most successful season, the Gators on December
2, minus the services of Duncan and Dickson, displayed an unusually brilliant offensive
against Clemson College and subdued their attacks with apparent ease. The game was
very one-sided and culminated with a 47 to 14 victory for Florida.



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