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Table of Contents
    Front Cover
        Page i
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    Front Matter
        Page 1
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    Title Page
        Page 3
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    Foreword
        Page 5
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    Dedication
        Page 7
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    In memoriam
        Page 10
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    Table of Contents
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    Campus views
        Page 13
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    Administration
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    Classes
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    Athletics
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    Beauty section
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    Fraternities
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    Societies
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    Organizations
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    ROTC
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    Clubs
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    Happy hunting grounds
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    Advertisements
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    Back Cover
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    Spine
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foreWorb of the 1924 rninote

If 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.
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THE STAFF Editor-in-Chief
MURRAY W. OVERSTREET

Business Manager
JOHN F. BLATT, JR.

Managing Editor
HUBERT WEEKS

Art Editor
OJUS MALPHURS Literary Editor
E. E. MASON

Athletics Editor
MARVIN U. MOUNTS

Societies Editor
CURTIS WARREN Military Editor
JOHN HENRY LOGAN Organizations Editor
T. J. EDWARDS

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1 5 d tOken Of dppl-eCIdtiOn of Ihe untlrin ef ort5jhe NO kiedIs c trixe S-pOrtSMila5hi-p and the loyal devotion ck the rnen who or the fii-st time 1 rL history have dCKi the Uraver.5ity oi Florida secondd to e Upon the Southern ricl' I-OrL we iedicdte this book to the
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READING LEFT TO RIGHT Frank Evans, Manager
Captain J. A. Van Fleet, Head Coach
Stewart Pomeroy, Halfback
"Dick" Rose, End
Lawrence Case, Halfback
Sam Cornwall, Center Clyde Norton, Guard
"Ark Newton, Halfback
"Spec" Lightsey, End
"Ed" Jones, Quarterback "Dick" Brown, Halfback
"Bill Middlekauff, Fullback
"Cy" Williams, Tackle
Ezra Raasch, Guard













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READING LEFT TO RIGHT

"Goldie" Goldstein, Guard
"Horse" Smith, Tackle
"Robbie" Robinson, Captain, Tackle
Neal Morris, End
Jack Matthews, Fullback
Otto Nolte, Center
"Red" Mounts, End
"Stonebruise" Anderson, Guard
Edgar Todd, End Joe Merrin, End
"Johnnie" Murphree, Quarterback J. L. White, Director of Athletics
Tom Sebring, Assistant Coach






















3~n Oflemoriam



C. P. SIMMONS

When God in his infinite wisdom, called unto that rest, where peace and joy surpasseth understanding, 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"





















3ni Ateriam


GEORGIA CATHERINE ROWAN

Like a messenger of love from the far North Miss Georgia Catherine R'owan came and took her place in our midst in 1922. 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, dis. charging her duties with thoroughness and dispatch, yet never neglecting the least kindness. Her gentle. ness, patience, and unlimited generosity impressed all who knew her, and make her absence more keenly felt now that she has left us. Her death was not unexpected, yet when her soul took its flight on the morning of January 12, 1921, thc suddenness of its passing plunged tlie entire lUniversity into deepest sorrow.














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Dr. Hilbert A1. Mlurpbret


Mingled inextricably with the history and growth of our Alma Mater is the inspiring personality of our President, Dr. Murphree. To his 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 purpose of education: "To know men, to raise in them high ideals, and to serve them with understanding."2




















FACULTY AND ADMINISTRATION
ADMINISTRATION
A. MUR HIREi:, M.A., LL.D., President
J. M. FARR, M.A., PH.D., Vice President AK. 1I. GRAHAM, Auditor
MIss ETHEL L. COWAN, Registrar
G. E. WHITE, Religious Director and 1. .1. C. A. Secretary
G. C. TILLMAN, M.D., University Physician
MISS CORA MILTIMORE, B.S., Librarian MRS. MARGARET PEELER, Housekeeper
MRS. BEATRICE McGARRAH, Matron
MRS. NORA J. SANDLIN, Matron
Miss ROSA D. GRIMES, R.N., Nurse in Charge of the Infirmnary
COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES JAMsS N. ANDERSON, M.A., PH.D., Dean and Professor of Ancient Languages
J. M. FARR, M.A., PH.D., Professor of English Language and Literature
C. L. CROW, M.A., PH.D., Professor of Romance Languages
J. M. LEAKE, A.B., PH.D., Professor of History and Political Science
T. M. SIMPSON, M.A., PH.D., Professor of Mathematics
T. R. LEIGH, M.A., PH.D., F.S.Sc., Professor of Chemistry
6-9t L. M. BRISTOL, M.A., PH.D., Professor of Economics and Sociology
H. 0. ENWALL, S.T.B., PH.D., Professor of Philosophy and Psychology
J. S. ROcERS, A.B., M.A., Professor of Biology and Geology
W. B. HATHAWAY, B.D., M.A., Asst. Professor of Spanish and English
W. S. PERRY, A.B., M.S., Asst. Professor of Physics
A. P. BLACK, A.B., Asst. Professor of Chemistry
W. H. BEISLER, B.S., D.Sc., Asst. Professor of Chemistry
C. A. ROBERTSON, A.B., M.A., Asst. Professor of English Language and Literature
W1. R. HALE, M.A., Asst. Professor of Mathematics
J. M. CHAPIAN, D.O., Professor of Expression and Public Speaking

J. D. GLUNT, A.B., Instructor in History and Political Science
B. F. LUKER, M.A., PH.D., Professor of French
H. W. CHANDLER, M.A., Asst. Professor of Mathematics
A.R. HALLEY, M.A., PH.D.. Assistant Professor of English Language and Literature
F. H. HEATH, PH.D., Asst. Professor of Chemistry
0. W. BOYD, B.A.. M.A.. Professor of Accounting and Finance COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE WILMON NEWELL, M.S.., D. Sc., Dean and Director of Experiment Station
W. L. FLOYD, B.S., M.S., Asst. Dean, anld Professor of Botany and Horticulture
J. E. TURLINGTON, 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 Agricultural Engineering
N. W. SANBORN, M.D., Professor of Poultry Husbandry
J. S. ROGERS, B.S., M.A., Professor of Biology and Geology
C. H. WILLOUGHBY, B.AGR., Professor of Animal Husbandry and Dairying Iw E.L. LORD, B.S., Asst. Professor of Botany and Horticulture
RALPH STOUTAMIRE, B.S.A., Instructor in Agricultural Journalism
0. C. BRYAN, PH.D., Asst. Professor of Agronomy
JOHN GREY, M.S., Instructor in Farm Management
C. A. ABBOTT, B.S.A., B.S.A.E., Instructor in Horticulture COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING J. R. BENTON, B.S., PH.D., Dean and Professor of Physics and Electrical Engineering
P. L. REED, M.S., C.E., Professor of Civil Engineering
MELVIN PRICE, B.S.E.E., Professor of Mechanical Engineering
T. R. LEIGH, M.A., PH.D., F.S.Sc., Professor of Chemical Engineering
W. S. PERRY, A.B., M.S., Asst. Professor of Physics
B. F. GAINES, B.S., Instructor in Mechanical Engineering (on leave of absence)




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S. K. ESHLEMAN, M.E., M.S., Instructor in Mechanical Engineering
L. S. GREENE, M.S., Professor of Industrial Arts ,,
ALEXANDER BRESTH, B.S., Asst. Professor of Civil Engineering
JOSEPH WEIL, B.S., E.E., Asst. Professor of Physics and Electrical Engineering
J. P. LITTLE, B.S., E.E., Asst. Professor of Electrical Engineering (absent on leave) ii
E. S. WALKER, COL. U. S. A., (RTo.), Professor of Mechanical Drawing
A. J. STRON, Professor of Mechanic Arts
W. S. HIG;GINS, M..E., E.E., Asst. Professor of Physics and Proessor o Radio and Telegraphic Engineering
F. L. PR/ESCOTT, B.S., M.E., Instructor in Physics
G. E. BARNES, B.S., Asst. Professor of Civil Engineering
~~TEACHERS COLLEGE '

J. W. NORMAN, M.A., PH.D., Dean and Professor of Education
JOSEPH ROEMER. M.A., PH.D., Professor of Secondary Education
J. R. FULK, M.A., PH.D., Professor ofEducation
W. A. LITTLE, A.B., M.A., Assistant Professor of English and Mathematics
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. BUCHHnOLZ, M.A., Professor of Bible
COLLEGE OF LAW
H. R. TRUSLER, M.A., LL.B., Dean and Professor of Law
C. W. CRANDALL., B.S., LL.B., Professor of Law R. S. COCKRELL, M.A., LL.B., Professor of Law
R. A. RASCO, M.A., LL.B., Professor of Law (absent on leave)
DEAN SLAGLE, M.S., LL.B., Professor of Law
HARRY L. THOMPSON, B.S.C.E., J.D., Professor of Law SCHOOL OF PHARMACY T. R. LEICH, M.A., PH.D., Director, Professor of Chemistry
A. W. SWEET, M.A., PH.D., Director o Health and Professor of Pharmacology and Pharacognosy
W. J. -usA, M.A., PH.D., Professor of Pharmacy
MILITARY DEPARTMENT J. A. VAN FLEET, CAPT. U. S. A., Commandant of Cadets and Professor of Military Science and Tactics
L. W. Ares, 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
,CAPT. U. S. A., Asst. Professor of Military Science and Tacticsd F. M. BRENNAN, CAPT. U S. A., Asst. Professor of military Science and Tactics
DB. ItUNDLEY, SGT. U. S. A., Unit Supply Sergeant
K. G. MCCALLISTER, SGT. U. S. A., Drill Sergeant
R. DEWITTE BROWN, Director of 1. 0. T. C. Band and University Orchestra ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT JAMES L. WHITE, Director of Athletics and Coach of the Varsity Basketball
R. G. MANCHESTER, Director of Physical Education and Minor Sports
J. A. VAN FLEET, Coach of Varsity Football
REX FARRIOR, Coach of Freshman Football and Basketball EXTENSION DIVISION
B. C. RILEY, A.B., B.S.A., Director
P. T. MANCHESTER, M.A., Romance Languages PANSY E. MANCHESTER, M.A., English and Latin
CEDORA FUTCH, M.A., 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
MADELAINE WILLIAMS, A.B., High School Courses
REX FARRIOR, A.B., Latin
RALPH E. CALLAHAN, Commercial Courses
J. R. LEONARD, Mechanical Drawing





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THE GROWTH OF THE UNIVERSITY

WS FAR BACK as 1824, while Florida was still a territory, the idea of a state university was discussed in the Legislative Council, and when the territory became one of the states of our nation, the Federal Governmnent granted te state one hundred thousand acres of land, the proceeds of the sale of which were to go to found two seminaries, one East, and one West of the Suwannee
River.
The East Florida Seminary was established at Ocala in 1852, hut soon after the
Civil War, was moved to Gainesville, while that of West Florida was founded at
S Tallahassee in 1856.(I
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 benefit of the
7 Federal "Land Grant College" Act, thereby acquiring ninety thousand acres of land
to be used for the support of the institution.
V, 11After several changes in site, the new college was finally located in Lake City,
where it began to function in the fall of 1884. 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 University of the State of Florida" in 1903.
By 1905 the system of higher education of the state was in a complete state of
demoralization. The Legislature was providing for six institutions, some of them
copeting with each other, and others were of only high school rank. The curriculums
were very uncertain, thie expenses exceedingly high, which caused the Legislature to pass in that year the "Buckman Act" consolidating the schools into two state supported
S institutions: The University of Florida at Gainesville; and the Florida Female College
at Tallahassee.
The University opened its first session with only three buildings, Thomas Hall,
Buckman Hall, and the present Wood-Shop, and with a faculty of oiily twenty-four,
1 0 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 Law was established, and Science Hall and the Agricultural Experiment Station added to the original buildings. The student body
had increased to one hundred and eighty-six.
Under the direction of Dr. Murphree "Florida" has grown by leaps and bounds.
In 1911 the Engineering Building was erected, andl the fol lowing year the Agricultural
O 4 Hall, George Peabody Hall, Language Hall, and the Commons Building were added.
Building for the Law College was put into service in 1914, and in 1918 a gymnasiumn
*0 was erected. At present the first unit of the Administration Building is nearing comS pletion, and plans have been made for a $250,000 Student Activities Building and a S 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 University of Florida ranks among the best in the South, and in scholarship among the foremost
SI Universities of the world.
Florida has only begun to grow. In age she is the "Baby State University of the
South"; but she is laying aside her swaddling clothes and taking on the appearance
W 4 of the "strong man". The trail has been blazed for us by those who have gone before. 0" Our goal is an ever greater and better "Florida". Let us carry on.

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GEORGE W. MILAM, "Three Dopes", Jacksonville. Law, "Juris Doctor". Sigma No, Phi Delta
Phi, Phi Kappa Phi, Scabbard and Blade, Alpha Phi Epsilon, Blue Key, Theta Ribbon Society, Acacia Club, Duval County Club, Junior Member "Hootenanny Twins", Literary Editor "Seminole" (3), Chairman Honor Committee, Budget Committee, President Combined Senior Class (4), President of Junior Law Class (3), Vice President Student Body (4), Vice President John Marshall Debating Society (3), Vice President Southern Federation
College Students (4), Pan-Hellenic Council (4 years).
~ CARROLL W. FUSSELL, "Carroll", Webster. Arts and Sciences A.B. Sigma Epsilon. President
Alpha Phi Epsilon, Phi Alpha Delta, Blue Key, Sumter Citrus County Club, Farr Literary Society. John Marshall Debating Society, Tennis Team (41. Vice President Combined
Senior Class, Varsity Debating Team (4).
laid WILLIAM S. MIDDLETON, "Vester", Pomona. Arts and Sciences A.B. Theta Chi, Farr Literary
ow d4 Society, Secretary-Treasurer (4.1, Putnam County Club, Secretary (2), President (4), )uval
County Club (1), College Baseball (3), Class Football (4), Assistant Managing-Editor of the Seminole (3), Secretary-Treasurer Combined Senior Class (4), Y. M. C. A. Cabinet
(3, 4), Florida Astronomical Society (2), R. 0. T. C. Rifle Team (2).
I JACOB H. WISE, "Jake", Gallatin, Tenn. Arts and Sciences A.B. Sigma Epsilon, Phi Kappa Phi,
Alpha Phi Epsilon, Blue Key, Farr Literary Society, Reporter (2), Vice President (3), President (4), Critic (4), Peabody Club, Reporter ISummer 1923), Honor Representative WO 4 (4). Board of Control Medal for Oratory (3), Inter-Society Debate (1), Triangular Debate
(4), Alternate (1).





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MILLEDGE A. BAKER, "Snipes", O'Brien. Agriculture B.S.A. Alpha Zeta, Agricultural Club,
President (4), First Lieutenant R. O. T. C. (4).

JOHN C. BABSON, "J. C.", Atlantic Beach. Engineering B.S.M.E. Pi Kappa Phi, Sigma Tau,
Honorary Engineering, A. A. E., Benton Enginereing Society, Brotherhood of St. Andrew,
Duval County Club, Second Lieutenant R. O. T. C.

CLYDE I. BEARSS, "Bearss", Tampa. Engineering 1 S.C.E. Benton Engineering Society, Tampa
Club.

DAVID E. BOOTH, "Steen", St. Petersburg. Engineering B.S.C.E. Beta Pi, Ganmmna Lambda,
Masqueraders, Pinellas County Club, Brotherhcod of St. Andrews, Benton Engineering
Society, A. A. E.












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CLARENCE A. BOSWELL, JR., "Bo", Bartow. Law LL.B. Pi Kappa Alpha, Phi Alpha Delta,

Fraternity Baseball (3), Assistant Managing Editor of the Seminole (3), Chairman of

CHARLS W.BOYD, "Charlie", Jacksonville. Arts and Sciences B.S. Flint Chemical Society,


HO ADM. BRADDOCK, "Brad", Crescent City. Arts and Sciences A.13.S.S. Omicron Gamma Sigma, Farr Literary Society, Secretary Student Council (4), President Putnam Club (3), Class Track Team (2) Associate Editor in Chief of thle Seminole ( 3), First Lieutenant
R. 0. T. C. (4), Rifle Team, 1, 3), Pistol Team (3).

o T64 V L. BRAY, Bowling Green. Arts and Sciences A.B. Phi Kappa Phi, Farr- Literary Society.
















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PAUL H. BRINSON, "Pinky", Gainesville. Law LL.B. Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Phi Alpha Delta,
John Marshall Debating Society, Theta Ribbon Society, President Law Class (1).5

EDGAR B. BUSBEE, "Ed", Williston. Arts and Sciences A.B. Kappa Sigma, Masqueraders,
Serpents, Alligator Staff (3, 4), Seminole Staff (3), First Lieutenant Co. A, R. 0. Tr. C. (4).

LEO M. BUTLER, "B. G.", Clearwater. Engineering B.S.C.E. Kappa Sigma, Scabbard and
Blade, Theta Ribbon Society, Acacia Club, Captain Co. A, R. 0. T. C. (3), Pinellas County


JOHN C. BYRD, "Jay Byrd", Tallahassee. Law LL.B. Pi Kappa Phi, Phi Delta Phi, Leon County
Club, John Marshall Debating Society, Baptist Club, "Y" Cabinet (3), Assistant Cheer
Leader (4).















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Op 4 JAMES CLARK, "Jimmie", Charleston, West Virginia. Law LL.B. Sigma No, Pirates, Theta :0 Ribbon Society, Masqueraders,.John Marshall Debating Society.

S ERWIN A. CLAYTON, "Clate", Gainesville. Teachers ARBE. Sigma Epsilon, Phi Kappa Phi,
Alpha Phi Epsilon, Kappa Delta Pi, President Y. M. C. A., Vice President Debating Council,
Blue Key, L. S. U. Debating Team.

OTIS M. COBB, "Cobb", Sanford. Law College LL.B. Phi Delta Phi, John Marshall Debating
Society, Seminole County Club, Law College Baseball (3), Senior Class Baseball (3),
Seminole Staff (3).

S WILLIS J. CODY, "Wld Bill", Babson Park. Arts and Sciences B.S. Kappa Sigma, Gamma
Lambda, Serpent Ribbon Society.
















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CRENSHAW C. COLLINS, "Creny", Barrow. Agriculture B.S.A. Agricultural Club, Polk County
Club, President (4).
WILLIAM J. CROWLEY, "Growley Growly", Miakka. Agriculture B.S.A. Delta Tau, Alpha

Zeta, Agricultural Club, Vice President 14), Student Assistant in Veterinary Science.

GILBERT CURTIS, "Red", Tampa. Engineering. B.S.E E. Beta Pi, Scabbard and Blade, Benton
Engineering Society, Tampa Club, Engineer Football (2), Fraternity Basketball (6),
Assistant Business Manager of the Seminole (3).

ROBERT DANISON, "Bobbl", St. Petersburg. Engineering B.S.C.E. Kappa Sigma, Benton Engi- e
neering Society, A. A. E., Inter-Fraternity Basketball (4), Florida Five (Banjoist).

















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dun CLYDE T. DAVIES, "C. T.", Farmville, Virginia. Arts and Sciences A.B. Delta Tau, Baptist
WClub, Ministerial Association, Farr Literary Society, Rifle Team.

ORVILIE R. DAVIS, "0. R.", Miami. Agriculture, B.S. in Ag. Chemistry. Sigma Epsilon, Phi
Kappa Phi, Alpha Zeta, Alpha Phi Epsilon, Gamma Sigma Epsilon. Farr Literary Society (1), Agricultural Club, President (4), Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, Miami Club, First Lieutenant It. 0. T. C. Sophomore Relay Team (2), Ag. Baseball (3), Senior Football (4), Seminole Staff (3), Ag Debating Team (3), Alternate Triangular Debating Team (3), Gallery Rifle
Team (1, 2), Camp McClellan Rifle Team, American Chemical Society. '4
OV 14 WILLIAM T. DAVIS. "Dynamite", Madison. Law LL.B. Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Serpent Ribbon
Society, President (3), Pirates, John Marshall Debating Society, Pan Hellenic Council.

LOUIS E. DUPONT, Daytona. Agriculture B.S. in Ag. Chemistry. Gamma Sigma Epsilon, Flint
Chemical Society, Treasurer (4), Agricultural Club, Soccer Team (2, 3, 4), Captain (2, 3), Senior Football, Senior Basketball, President Volusia County Club (4), President of
Cosmopolitan Club (3), Student Assistant in Chemistry.










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BERNARD K. DURST, "Dusty", Gainesville. Engineering B.S.M.E. Sigmna Tall, Blenton Engineering Society, A. A. E.

ROBERT L. EARNEST, JR., "Bob", West Palm Beach. Law "Juris Doctor". Pi Kappa Alpha,
Phi Delta Phi, Phi Kappa Phi, Alpha Phi Epsilon. Blue Key, Palm Beach County Club, f
Mizpah Club. Senior Member of "Hootenanny Twins", Business Manager of 1923 Seminole.
Chairman Budget Committee, Secret ary-Treasu rer of Junior Law Class (3, President of the
Student Body 1923-1924, John Marsyall Debating Society, Pan-Hellenic Council. o h

HENRY L. EDWARDS, "'Hank", Kissimmee. Arts and Sciences B.S. Kappa Sigma, (anua
Lambda, Cosmopolitan Club, University Band and Orchestra, Literary Editor of the
Seminole (3).

ELGAR P. ELLIS, "E. P.". Fort White. Law LL.B. Phi Delta Phi, Alachua County Club, Columbia
County Club, Baptist Club, President (2), John Marshall Debating Society, Y. M. C. A. I,
Cabinet, Assistant Cheer Leader.











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maim LLOYD H. ELLSWORTH, "Lloyd-George", Dade City. Teachers B.S.A.Ed. Flint Chemical
WSociety, American Chemical Society, Peabody Club.

lJ PAUL EMMERT, "Paul", Bradentown. Law LL.B. Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Phi Alpha Delta, Phi
Kappa Phi, John Marshall Debating Society, Law College Football (2, 3, 4), Law College
Baseball (2, 3, 4), President of John Marshall Debating Society.
FRANK W. EVANS, "Red", "Manager", Jacksonville. Law .I3.B. Alpha Tau Oinega, Serpent
Ribbon Society, Pirates, Duval County Club, Sphinx Club, "F" Club, John Marshall Debating Society, First Assistant Varsity Football (2), Varsity Football (3), Vice President Freshman r" 04 Class.

Is J. REX FARRIOR, "Rex", Chipley. Law "Juris Doctor". Kappa Alpha, Phi Delta Phi, Alpha Phi
Epsilon. Phi Kappa Phi, German Club, Theta Ribbon Society. Football ('13, '14, '15), Captain ('16), Baseball ('14, '15, '16, '17), Assistant Coach ('17, '18), Freshman Coach, Football, Basketball and Baseball ('23, '24). Athletic Editor of Seminole ('16), President of Senior
Law Class.










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THOMAS S. FERGUSON, "Tom", Lake City. Law "Juris Doctor". Sigma Epsilon, Phi Kappa
Phi, Phi Delta Phi, Alpha Phi Epsilon, Blue Key, President of University Debating Council,
Triangular Debating Team, (3, 4), Assistant in Hygiene Department (5 years).
GEORGE F. FERRIS, "Grandpa", Jacksonville. Engineering B.S.C.E. Alpha Tau Omnega, Siguna ,
Tau, Pbi Kappa Phi, Pirates, Theta Ribbon Society, Benton Engineering Society, D~uval f
County Club, Class and College Football (2, 3), Class and College Basketball (1, 2, 3),
College Baseball (2, 3), Second Lieutenant Infantry 0. R. C.
J. W. FRIEDMAN, "'Jub", Pensacola. Engineering B.S.E.E. Zeta Beta Tan, Sigma Tau, Pensacola
Club (3), Vice President A. A. E. (4), Y. At. C. A. Cabinet (3), College Football.

SHELBY G. GASKINS, "Shelby", Blountstown. Law LL.B. Theta Chi, John Mlarshall Debating t
Society, Pan Hellenic Council.
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S THOMAS J. GEIGER, "Torn", Wellborn. Agriculture B.S.A Alpha Zeta, Scabbard and Made, U Agricultural Club, Vice President (3), Suwannee County Club, Vice President (4), "48'
fft Club, First Lieutenant Co. A, R. 0. T. C., Baptist Club, S. A. T. C. Washington and Lee
University 1918.

CHARLES GILLER. "Shy", Jacksonville. Engineering B.S.C.E. Attended University of Minnesota
and Georgia Tech, Class and College Basketball (3, 4), Executive Board of the Swamap
Angel (3, 4), First Lieutenant R. 0. T. C., A. E. Pi Fraternity.

HENRY L. GRAY, "Hank", Gainesville. Law LL.B. Alpha Tau Omiega. Serpent Ribbon Society, PV 04"F" Club, Varsity Baseball (1, 2, 3, 4), Varsity Basketball (3), Law College Football
(2, 3, 4).

KENNETH B. HAlT, "K. B.", Lynn Haven. Teachers A.B.E. Alpha Phi Epsilon, Kappa Delta P'i,
"F" Club, Blue Key, Scabbard and Blade, Vice President of Y. M. C. A. (3), President (3), Battalion Major (4), President of Peabody Club (3), Basketball (1, 2, 3, 4), Volleyball (1, 2, 3, 4), Teacbers Football (1, 2, 3, 4), Sophomore Basketball Champs (2), Chairman Minor Sports Committee (4), President of Baptist Club (3), Bay County Club, Secretary (3), Delegate to Y. M. C. A. Conference (2, 3), Delegate to Baptist Convention at Chat.









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JOHN H. HANSBROUGH, "Hans", Tampa. Agriculture, Theta Chi, Gamma Sigma Epsilon, Agricultural Club, Tampa Club, Theta Ribbon Society, Flint Chemical Society, Amnericani
Chemical Society.

FRANK M. HARRIS, "Frank", St. Petersburg. Law LL.B3. Clii Delta, John Marshall Debating
Society, Pinellas County Club.

KENNETH D. HARRIS, "Pete", Tampa. Arts and Science B.S. Alpha Tau Omega, Gamma Sigma
Epsilon, Phi Delta Phi, Bluc Key, Masqueraders (1, 2, 3, 4), Theta Rihbon Society, Pirate Club, Tampa Club, Assistant Cheer Leader (2, 3), Class and Inter-Collegiate Football and Baseball (1, 2, 3), Editor-in-Chief of the Alligator (3), Managing Editor uf the Alligator,
Chairman Lyceum Committee, Honor Representative (1), President Pan H-ellenic Council ft
(5), President Dramatic Club (3, 4, 5).

BENJAMIN D. HARTRIDGE, "Dillon", Jacksonville. Law, LL.B. Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Serpent
Ribbon Society, Pirates, Duval County Club, John Marshall Debating Society. 1













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CHARLES 1R. HAUSER, "Doc", Miami. Arts and Sciences M.S. in Chemn. Eng. Phi Kappa Phi,
Gamma Sigmia Epsilon, Sigma Tfau, American Chemical Society, Flint Chemical Society.

IOHN B. HAZARD, "Beauty", Jacksonville. Arts and Sciences B.S. Sigma Nu, Gamma Sigmia
Epsilon, Phi Kappa Phi, Farr Literary Society, D~uval County Club, Alligator Staff, Masqueraders (2), Theta Ribbon Society.

S WILLIAM M. HENDRY, "Bullets", Fort Myers. Law, LL.B. Theta Clii, Serpent Ribbon Society,
John Marshall Debating Society, Pan Hellenic Council (2, 3), College Football (1, 2, 3),
Varsity Football (2).

~N JOHN HENRICK, "John"~, Philadelphia, Penn. Law LL.B. Clii Delta, John Marshall Debating id 30Society, Newman Club, University Golf Club, Cosmopolitan Club.
















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ELMER D. HINCKLEY, "Bud", Jacksonville. Arts and Sciences A.B. Omicron Gamma Sigma,
Phi Kappa Phi, Secretary-Treasurer Student Body Association (4). Secretary-Treasurer Budget Committee (4), Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, Vice President (4), Blue Key, President Ministerial Association (3), Farr Literary Society, Duval County Club, Florida Astronomical
Society.


MURPHY R. HINSON, "Roy", Hinson. Teachers A.B.E. Sigma Epsilon, Alpha Phi Epsilon.
Kappa Delta Pi, Phi Kappa Phi, President Peabody Club, Teachers College lFootb~all (3, 4),

Legislature (1).

GEORGE R. HITCHCOCK, "Hitch", Jacksonville. Law. LL.B. Alpha Tan Omega, "F" Club, L
John Marshall Debating Society, Serpent Ribbon Society, D~uval County Club, Varsity Baseball (3), Law College Football (2, 3, 4.), Law College Baseball (1, 2), Basketball (2).

DONALD HUBBARD, "Don", Terra Ceia. Engineering M.S. in C.E. American Chemical Society.













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JAMES A. HUDSON, "Jimmy", Miami. Agriculture, Special. Beta Pi, "F" Club, Varsity Track (1, 2), Assistant Manager (3), Manager (4), Miami Club, Vice President (3), President (4).

EARL W. JOHNSON, "Vandy", Hammond, Indiana. Law LL.13.

WILLIAM H. KEEN, "Bill", Bradentown. Engineering B.S.C.E. Beta Pi, Sigma Tau, Scabbard
and Blade, A. A. E., Benton Engineering Society, Manatee County Club, President (4),
F Brotherhood of St. Andrew.

, FREDERICK H. LANGWORTHY, Daytona Beach. Arts and Science A.B. Omicron Gamma Sigma.












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HENRY F. LILIENTHAL, "Lilienblum", Ortega. Law LL.B. Theta Chi, Phi Delta Phi, Theta
Ribbon Society, University Golf Club, John Marshall Debating Society, Duval County Club,
Sphinx Club.

ROGER K. LEWIS, "R. K.", West Palm Beach. Law LL.B. Pi Kappa Phi, Phi Delta Phi, Alpha
Phi Epsilon, John Marshall Debating Society, Secretary-Treasurer of Senior Law Class (4), John Marshall Debating Team (2), Palm Beach County Club, Secretary-Treasurer (1),
President (2).

HARVEY M. MABRY, Blondie", Jacksonville. Law LL.B. Washington and Lee Troubadours,
Georgia Glee Club, Wisconsin Glee Club, John Marshall Debating Society, Florida Five
(Saxaphone).

OJUS MALPHURS, "Ojus", High Springs. Engineering B.S.Ci.E. Benton Engineering Society, l
Sigma Tau, Phi Kappa Phi, Quill Club, Seminole and Swamp Angel Art Editor (4).












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JOSEPH H. MARKHAM, "Henson", Lake City. Arts and Sciences A.B3. Sigma Alpha Epsilon,
Scabbard and Blade, Farr Literary Society, Sec'y-Treas. (3), Blue Key, Manager of Freshman Football Team (3), Minor Sports Committee (41, President Junior Class (3). captain
of "C" Company R. 0. T. C., Serpent Ribbon Society.

S GRANT A. MARTELL, "Grant", Fellsmere. Agriculture B.S.A. Sigma Epsilon, Alpha Zeta,
Scabbard and Blade, Alpha Phi Epsilon, Phi Kappa Phi, Agricultural Club, Vice President (3), President (4), St. Lucie County Club, Soccer (2), Class and College Soccer (4.), Alligator Staff (3, 4), Budget Committee (4), Florida-Georgia Agricultural College Debate
(3), Student Assistant in Library (2, 3, 4), First Lieutenant R. 0. T. C. (4).

30 THOMAS 0. MATHIS, "0. T,", Paxton. Arts and Sciences A.B.S.S.. Delta Tan, Farr Literary
04 Society, Wabolossa Club, Reporter (2), President (4), Y. M. C. A. Cabinet.

J .ACKSON C. MATTHEWS, "Jack", Trenton. Arts and Sciences A.B. Omicron Gammna Sigma,
"F" Club, Farr Literary Society, Baptist Club, John Marshall Debating Society, Alachua
d County Club, Vice President (2), President (4), Varsity Football (4), College and Class
Football (2), College, Class and County Club Basketball (1, 2, 3), Captain of each, Track
Team, Wrestling Team, Y. M. C. A. Cabinet (3, 4).









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EDWARD P. McCORKLE, "Mack", Lakeland. Law LL.B. Clii Delta, John Marshall Debating
Society, Polk County Club, Law College Football (2), Senior Class (3), Law College
Baseball (3), Law College Debating Team (3).

JACKSON H. McDONALD, "Jack", Fort Pierce. Teachers B.S.l.E. Delta Tau, Gamma Lambda,
Kappa Delta Pi, Peabody Club, President (4), A. A. E. Vice President (3), University Band
all Universtya Mtuica Elevnt (4), su erdentAssn Me),Chaan Ar lles (3 obal.) Alndrsita Sti Elevont Clb( asur4es(), Cludss AstatMc and Colleg Foobal)4)

DAVID F. MlcDOWELL, "Mac", Gainesville. Arts and Sciences A.B. Sigma Epsilon, Phi Kappar
Phii, Bay County Club, President (3), Assistant Organization Editor of lte Seminole (3),
Student Assistant in Economics (3).

JOHN W. MELLOR, "Jack", Jacksonville. Engineering B.S.M.E. Theta Clhi, B~enton Engineering
Society, First Lieutenant RI. 0. T. C., Duval C:ounty Club.














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S MAYNARD MICKLER, Ponce DeLeon. Engineering. Benton Engineering Society.

AUBREY C. ORMSBY, "Skylark", Larkins. Agriculture Smith-Hughes. Agricultural Club, Miami
Club, Baptist Club, Lightweight Wrestling Championship (1), Inter-College and InterClass Basketball (1, 2, 3, 4).

EARLE E. PEEPLES, "Shorty", Lake Butler. Engineering B.S.E.E. Delta Tao, Sigma Tao.
A. A. E., Benton Engineering Society, Union County Club, President (4), Baptist Club,
Class Basketball (4), First Lieutenant R. 0. T. C.

S ROBERT S. PIERCE, JR., "Bobbie", Marianna. Arts and Sciences A.B. Sigma Alpha Epsilon,
g ITheta Ribbon Society, President (3), Pirates, Secretary (3), Captain (4), Masqueraders 1,,,4 (1, 2, 3, 4), Director (3, 4), Alligator Staff, Society Editor (2), Seminole Staff, Society
Editor (3), Swamp Angel, Associate Editor (4).









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HENRY P. PHILPOT, "Hlenry", Bell. Law LL.B. John Marshall Debating Society.

JOHN C. POLHILL, "Polly", Hawkinsville, Ga. Law Candidate for "Juris Doctor*'. Kappa Alpha.
Received A.B. Degree and LL.B. Degree at Mercer University 1923. k
STEWART L. POMEROY, "Rat", Jacksonville, Engineering B.S.C.E. Pi Kappa Alpha, Duval
County Club, Benton Engineering Society, A. A. E., Serpent Ribbon Society, Sphinx Club, "*F" Club, Masqueraders, First Lieutenant R. 0. T. C., Minor Sports Committee (4),
Athletic Board (4), Football (2, 3, 4), Boxing (2, 4), Wrestling (2, 4), Captain of both (2),
Manager Wrestling Club (2), Gym Team. -4
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WILLIAM H. POMEROY, "Tap", Orlando. Agriclnure, Horticulture. Chi Delta, Masqueraders.
University Band and Orchestra, Ag. Club, Orange County Club, Tennis Team (2, 3, 4).












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GEORGE W. PRYOR, "George", Mary Esther. Agriculture B. S. A. Delta Tau, Agricultural ob Club, Tennis Club (1, 2, 3), Waholoosa Club, Vice-President (4), A. E. F. twelve months.

S DAVID A. RAMBO, "Dave", Orlando. Engineering, B. S. C. E. Pi Kappa Alpha, Blue Key,
Beefsteak Club, Benton Engineering Society, A. A. E., Varsity Track (2), (3). Athletic Board of Directors (3). Business Manager Alligator (4), President of Orlando Club (3, 4), Y. M. C. A. Council (3), Head Varsity Cheer-Leader (3), Captain R. 0. Tr. c.

LOUIE R. RAMSEY, "Rain", Gainesville. Teachers A. B. E. Peabody Club. Baptist Club,
Alachua County Club.

H-OWARD S. RIDDLE, "Blue", Clearwater. Engineering B. S. M. E., Delta lipsilun, Blenton
Engineering Society, Theta Ribbon Society President (4), Pirates, Vice-President (4).
Golf Club, Sec'y-Treas. (4), Quill Club, Pinellas County Club, Stray Greek Club,
Secretary (4).













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HUGH ROBERTS, JR., "Mugg.vy", Miami. Engineering B- S. E. E. Kappa Sigma, Benton
Engineering Society, Honor Committee (3), Secretary Junior Class.

WINTHROP M. ROBINSON, "Robbie", Mobile, Ala. Law. Kappa Alpha, Serpent Ribbon
Society, Pirates, President (3), Masqueraders (2, 3, 4), Stage Manager, Pan-Hellenic Council, Sec'y & Treas. (4-1, Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, "F" Club, Society Editor of the Seminole (3), Vice-President Athletic Association (3), President (4), Varsity Football (1, 2, 3, 4),
Captain (4), All-Southern Tackle (4).

THOMAS SALE, "Tom", Chipley. Law, "Juris Doctor". Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Phi Delta Phi,
Alpha Phi Epsilon, Phi Kappa Phi, John Marshall Debating Society, Blue Key, President rof Debating Council (4), Inter-Society Debating (2, 3, 4), L. S. U. Debating Team (3), Winner of Freshman-Soplonmore Declamation Contest, and Junior Oratorical Contest
(Board of Control Medals).

RAWLEY W. SCOTTEN, "Rolly", Gainesville. Arts and Sciences B. S. College Football (1, 2,
3, 4), Inter-Class Football (1, 2, 3, 4), Alachua County Basketball (1, 2, 3, 4), Y. M. C. A.
Cabinet (2, 3).









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P HAROLD C. STANSFIELD, "Shorty", Tampa. Engineering, B.S.M.E. Beta Pi, Benton Engineering President, A. A. E., Quill Club, Seminole Staff (3), S. A. T. C., 1st Lieutenant,
"C" Company (3), R. O. T. C., 0. R. C.

BENJAMIN B. SEMILOF, Brooklyn, New York. Law LL.B. John Marshall Debating Society.

RICHARD A. SIAS, "Dick", Orlando. Arts and Sciences A. B. Quill Club, Vice-Chairman (3),
Farr Literary Society, Secretary (2), Vice-President (3), President (3), Critic (4), Orlando Club, Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, Florida Astronomical Society, Benton Engineering Society, Class Football (4), Class Soccer (4), College Soccer (4), Alligator Staff, Seminole Art Staff (2, 3), Swamp Angel, Business Manager (3, 4), First Lieutenant
R. O. T. C.

Wo WILLIAM R. SMITH, "Bill", Ocala. Law LL.B. John Marshall l)ebating Society.














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FOSTER S. SMITH, "Shi", Hawthorne. Arts and Sciences A. B. Chi Delta, "F" Club, Alachua
County Club, Farr Literary Society, Varsity Baseball (3), Class Football (1, 2, 3), Class
Baseball (1, 2), Inter-College Baseball and Football (2.

MALCOLM L. STEPHENS, "Steve", St. Augustine. Law LL.B. Pi Kappa Alpha, Phi Delta Phi,
St. Augustine Club, Assistant Literary Editor of tbe Seminole (2).

FRANCIS F. STORM, JR., "Stormnzie", Clearwater. Law LL.B. John Marshall Debating Society,
Sergeant-at-Arms of Senior Law Class for 1923-1924.

JUDSON W. STRICKLAND, "Strick", Homestead. Agriculture B. S. A. Agricultural Club,
Baptist Club.











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, CHARNELLE H. SUMMERS, "Preacher", West Palm Beachd Engineering B. S. E. E. Alpha
~Tau Omega, Scabbard and Blade, Benton Engineering Society, Mispah Club. Florida U 4Chapter American Institute Electrical Engineers, Palm BahCounty CuRdi lb
~First Lieutenant R. 0. T. C.

S W. E. SMEATT, Mulberry. L aw LL.B. Jolm Marshall Debating Society.

S FRANKLIN F. TAYIOR, "Governor", Gainesville. Teachers A. B. E. Peabody Club, Alachua
County Club.
Pr 1 ROBERT C. TRIMBLE, JR., "Bob", Bradentown. Engineering B. S. C. E. Beta Pi, Sigma Tau,
Phi Kappa Phi, Scabbard and Blade, Acacianeerin S o ty Club, lA. A. E.
SBenton Engineering Society, Brother shod of St. Andrews, Intercollege baseball (2, 3),

Inter-Fraternity Baseball, Gallery Team (2), Fourth Corps-Area Champions (3), Florida
Rifle Team at Camp McClellan (3), Fourth Corps-Area Champions.












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CLINTON B. VAN CLEEF, "Dutch", Glenwood. Agriculture B. S. A. Agricultural Cl ub,
Volusia County Club.

JAMES A. VAUGHAN, "Jimmie", DeFuniak Springs. Arts and Sciences A. B. S. S., Oinierron
Gamma Sigma, Farr Literary Society, Varsity Baseball (3), Waholoosa Club.

JUDSON B. WALKER, "J. B.", Baker. Teachers M. A. Alpha Phi Epsilon, College Football
(3, 4), Inter-collegiate Debating Team, President Baptist Club, Fellow in Mathematics.

SHADE W. WALKER, "Shade", St. Petersburg. Arts and Sciences A. B. S. S. Farr Literary
Society, Pinellas County Club.


















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OLUSTEE K. WEATHERWAX, "Fayreweather", Tampa. Engineering B. S. E. E. Sigmna Phi,
Scabbard and Blade, Benton Engineering Society. Senior Football (4), Captain R. O. T. C.
Rifle and Pistol Teams at Camp McClellan, Ala., President Tampa Club.

LEONARD A. WESSON, "Fats", Ocala. Engineering B13. S. C. E. Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Benton
Engineering Society. Inter-college football (1, 2, 3), Class football (1, 2, 3, 4), Wrestling
Club (2, 3), Marion County Club, Theta Ribbon Society, Pirates.

JOSEPH D. WHEELER, "Poet", Shelton, Conn. Teachers A. B13. E.

HERBERT A. WILLIAMS, "Skinny", Jacksonville. Law LL.B. Beta Pi, John Marshall l)ebating
Society, Varsity Baseball (1, 21, Inter-College Football (2), Inter-College Baseball (1,. 21,
loll Inter-College Basketball (11, Inter-College Tennis (1, 2), Tennis Team (1, 2 1, Captain (2),
1ees Florida representative at S. I. A. A. Tournament.















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IRVINE D. WILLIAMS. "Irvin", Tampa. Engineering B. S. C. E. Alpha Tau Omega, Masqueraders, Serpent Ribbon Society, Benton Engineering Society.

VERN W. WILSON. "V. IV.". Kissimmee. Agriculture 13. S. A. Alpha Zeta, Phi Kappa Phi,
Agricultural Club.

EDWARD B. WOODBERY, "Pinky", Quincy. Arts and Sciences A. B. Alpha Tau Omega,
Theta Ribbon Society, Pirates, Gadsden County Club, Alligator Staff (2).

MILTON L. YEATS, "Milton", Tampa. Arts and Sciences A. B. Sigma Epsilon. Phi Delta Phi, r_University Quartette (2, 3, 4), Budget Committee (4). Lyceum Committee (4i, Tampa Club, Vice-President John Marshall Debating Society (4), Corporal in S. A. T. C.,
Second Lieutenant R. 0. T. C. (1).















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S KENNETH K. HANSEN, "K. K." Tallahbasee. Arts and Sciences A. B. Kappa Sigma, Phi
Kappa Phi, Serpent Ribbon Society, Beefsteak Club, Cosmopolitan Club, Farr Literary Society, President (4), Debating Team (4), Blue Key, Leon County Club, Alligator Staff (1, 2, 3, 4), Editor-in-Chief (4), Seminole (2, 3), Associate Editor-in-Chief (3), Y. M. C. A. Cabinet (3), Honor Representative (2), First Lieutenant R. 0. T. C. (4).

FRANK N. HADLOW, "Skelly", Jacksonville. Engineering B. S. C. E. Kappa Alpha, Serpent
Ribbon Society, Pirates, Duval County Club, Benton Engineering Society.

MAURICE STEIN, Tampa. Law "Juris Doctor". Phi Kappa Phi, Alpha Phi Epsilon, L. S. U.
Debating Team, Triangular Debating Team.

so REEVES BOWEN, "Judge", Chipley. Arts and Sciences A. B. Sigma Epsilon, Phi Alpha Delta,
Farr Literary Society, Wrestling Club (2, 3, 4), Wabaca Club (1), Chipley Club (1, 2),
Featherweight Wrestling Champion (2, 3).












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ATSI AND SCIENCE Sebring, Fla. President


MILTON H. WYATT, V-4 Ilenee"
ARTS AND SCIENCES JBradentown. Fla. e 14 Vice-President


ERNEST E. MASON "Mason''
ARTS AND SCIENCES
Century. Fla. Secretary and Treasurer


N H. L. HIODGES. X
AV "Bob"
ARTS AND) SCIENCES Orlando. Fla. I lonor Hteprv-sental lye



"Roved Phim

sneads. Fla.
Sergeant at Arms



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Iiiverness. Fla.



Oj JOHN V. A'rANASOFF

) 0NC NEK IING
Bradley Junction, Fla.



IVAN C. BATCHIELDJER, K 'Rusly"
AIMS AND SCIEFNCF S
St. Petersburg., Fla.



EK. 1F1. BENTLEY.

"Ellis"
Orange Park, Fla.



iNAX 11. BIlEN






11LOYl) B. BOWEIN, ~1 "Chijil'y"
ARTS ANID SCIENCES
CIIipIey, Fla.











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JOHN F. BLATT. JR., K N2 "John"
ARTS AND SCIENCES Kankakee, I1.



ELDON L. BOYCE, :4 E "Dont"
LAW
Miami, Fla. HN

W. B. BRANTLEY "Pee lWee"
ARTS AND SCIENCES Live Oak, Fla.



CYRIL 0. BRATLEY "Serious"
AGRICULTURE Miami, Fla.



M. HOMER BROWN "Tonmmy"
TEACHERS
ro -4 Westville, Fla.



N JOE BUTTS, B II
"Joe"
ARTS AND SCIENCES 2Dade City, Fla.








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WALLACE BYRD "Bird"
ARTS AND SCIENCES P
Bradentown, Fla.




MORRIS CAMPBELL, O 2
M o"
AGRICULTURE Clearwater, Fla.



S. H. CHANCE, A A "Chance"
PRE-MEDICAL Wauchula, Fla.



G. R. CLEGG, A T "Brownie"
TEACHERS Inverness, Fla.



O. S. CLYATT, O X "Lando"
LAW
Trenton, Fla.



HENDERSON COTTER, A T 2 "Henderson"
ENGINEERING
Tampa, Fla.









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ARSAND SCIENCES
JIacksonvi lle, Fla.



RAYMOND M. CROWN "Track"
AcitCU LTIHE r- -(;ainiesville, Eta.



CECIL C. CURRY,: (1 "Sesil'
LAW
.4~X Mami, Fla.



so W. J1. CUSHIMAN MEAN "count"
u LAW
ob od XMiaiii, FHa.



JOE WV. DALTrON, N "JDrn iner''

T~ampa. Fla.



JACK A. D)AVIS, A T Q2
LI "Jack /A"
ARTS AND) SCII'NCIS Quincy, Fla.












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FRAXNCIS PAUL ENGINEERINGeN

D~elray, Fla. (~R. iM. DEARING, A T0 "R. M."
ARITS AND SCIENCES V Jacksonville, Fla.



JOSEPH B. DICK EY, A Tp


Aubhurndale, Fla. 1



VAUGHAN W. I)RICGERS "Driggers"
AGRtICU LTU RE Wauchula. Fla.



BORDEN DYER, K "Broadus"
ARTS AND SCIENCES
West Palm Beach., Fla.




B. D. ETZI.EII Ac IICI LTIJa Tlampa, Fla,













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Gainesville, Fla.



BEN J. FINMAN
"Betz"
ENGINEERING
Tampa, Fla.


ROBERT G. GILROY, 11 K (1

LAW
New Snnyrna, Fla.



MNAX GLICKSTEIN "Glick"
ENGIN EERI NG
Jackqonville. Fia.



MANUEL MI. GLOVER. K

II "Illondie"
LAW
Lakeland, Fla.




1HARALD E. lIAMMAR "Tack"
Acaicu LTI JI Sebring, Fla.






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0. HI. HAUPTMAN "Friday"
ARTS AND SCIENCES ,
St. Petersburg, Fla.



0 JAMES W. HENDRY, 0 X
0 "Fieud"
LAW
Fort Myers, Fla.


PAUL WILLIAM HILLS, II K 4' "Paul"
ARTS AND SCIENCES Panama City, Fla.



J. C. HOUSER, IA "Jim"
ARTS AND SCIENCES Brooklyn, Fla.



A. D. HUTSON, K 3 "Bert"
ENGINEERING
St. Augustine, Fla.




A. EGBERT JANES "Egg"
ARTS AND SCIENCES Wauchula, Fla.











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ALEX R.JOI-INSON


Tampa, Fla.




VICTOR F. JOHNSON '4 ENGINEERIING
Key WVest, Fla.



R. H. JOHNSTON "Bob"
ARTS AND SCIENCES
Micanopy, Fla.


Po"W. E. JORDAN.,
"Bill"
AGICULTURnE ob so St. -Matthiews. S. C.



S. F. KLEIN ENGI N EHIN(;
P~ensacola, IFla.




F. K. KNIGHT "Fred"


Melbourne, Flia.






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It. EDWARDHIS KNIGHTl "Reverend"
LNGINEERIILNC Vatrico, Fla. p4



"Heap Big Chief"


ENGINEERING;
Bunnell, Fla.




"Pretty Boy"
LAW
11illville, Fla.



M. G. LANGFORD)
"Lang"

Lake Butler, Fla.



S. W. LEONARD "Sam toy"
TEACHERS EB
Blountstown, F~la.




H. G. MATTIIWS "Red"
ARITS AND) SCIENCES Hawthorn, Fla. !A











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"Malck"
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N CLYDE flI. NORTrON, It K 4')

AGRIICUJL~TURIE Winter Haven, Fla.



ORION C. PARKER, JR., X

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Tallahassee, Fla.



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Orange Park, Fla.













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JOHN EDJWIN 1EACE rIl()I NwerFlorida



0 ~JAIMES MARTIN PAC, I1 K (1)
0 "Alaie"

) Tampa, Florida



CHAS. WRI1GHT1 PERSONS "Jack"
TEACHIIERS
Gainesville, Fla.



E. F. POMEROY, Ill., it IR A
"'Cue Bull"
LAW
G;ainesville, Flu.



EZRA E. RAASCH, K ARTS AND SCIENCES
ALeesbiurg, Fla. P




C. 1-1. REGIS'lEHR, JR.

"Buck"p
ENGINEERIING
Lake Buitler,,Fla.











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EDGAR W. SCARBOROUGH, N "Countr v"
AwiUILTURE
Chattahoochece, Fla.



JOHN E. SCHABINGEI{ I

ACHICULTURIE
'1 Delray, Flu.



H. McKIE SALLEY, B 11 ft "Mackie"
ENGINEERING
Jacksonville, Fla.



HERMAN SIEGAL "Colonel"
LAW
Jacksonville, Fla.




LOWELL 0. STEPHENS "Lowell"
ARTS AND) SCIENCES Stewardson, 1ll.



GEORGE G. SIXMA "Big Six"
AGRICULTURE
Lake Helen, Fla.












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HARRY M. SMITH, E
"Smitty"
AGRICULTURE Winter Garden, Fla.



i CHARLES C. SWOOPE
"Scoop"
ENGINEERING
New Smyrna, Fla.



JOHN STANSEL TAYLOR, JR., A E
"Standstill"
AGRICULTURE
Largo, Fla.



ALTON M. TOWLES, A T "Teetotals"
TEACHERS Crawfordville, Fla.



R. F. VAUGHAN "Percy"
ARTS AND SCIENCES Dover, Fla.
MEAN


G. N. WAKEFIELD "Wake"
AGRICULTURE Apalachicola, Fla.












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Sebring, Fla. W. CURTI~SWARREN, N


V, T~amnpa, Fa



CYRUS WASHBURN, JR.

ENGI NEERI NG
Jacksonville, Fla. C. E. WEBB, JIL. A T} Q "Cu rren"'
ENGLNEEIIING Ob 40Tampa, Fla.



HUBERT WEEKS, i N "Hubert"
ARTS AND SCIENCES
Tampa, Fla.



bw ddWILLIAM J. WELLS



Holley, Flan.


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RO13ERT C. YOUNG "Bob"
A RTS AND SCII NCIFS
{O'ioma, Fia.F04



(~j~ MURRAY W. OVERSTREET, A T 2

a ARTS AND SCIENCES
Kissimmee, Fla.



T. J. ED)WARDS, B ni

PH-ARAMACY
Clitahooiuchiee, Fla.



W, M. HIARRISON, K "Happy"
ARTS ANI) SCIEN CES5
Cuttondale, Fin.




V. G, BRASCII "Vic"
ENGtINE:ERING
Tamnpa. Fin.



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N FLORIDA


High towering pines athwart a pallid moon, Majestic oaks beneath a cloudless sky, Low lying lakes where ripples wake at noon And mock lbirdls sing as silver sails go by.

White sand as soft as children's dlimpledl feet, N As warm as little hands that press for love:
Fromt this there springs the fruit of nature sweet; On this descends the peace that's f rom, above.

0 grant wve live so in this lovely land
That when, we pass, the palm, the pendant moss. Will seemt but emb~lemns of that. brighter strand, And may the dlream, ameliorate our loss.

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THE SOPHOMORE

.4sk a Senior who he is; with a condescending sntile
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 f uestion is a simple Sophomore. .
Ask a Junior; he will mneet you with an eye that flashes fire,
As if he'd like to operate upont 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 ,tot, he'll answer with a laughi,,g sort of scoff, [
And his lips will curl in pleasure as he speaks the hated word; o.
"That fellow? Oh. he's nothing but a good-for-nothing Soph." '
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Oh, the Rats all love hint dearly, and the upperclassman too,
And the Faculty, of course they love him just as much, and more;
But when his exams are over and his second year is through
He'll be proud to say he's been a noble Sophomore.
William Parmenter.
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N AN INNOVATION OF 1923-1924

~'VERY college or university of any importance has traditions, customs that
are sacred only to the students and alumni of that school. These traditions serve to bind and assimilate a cosmopolitan student body into a coherent whole, to arouse that undefinable thing called "college spirit" in the heart
Aof every college man. "Florida" is not without traditions. Although still 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 beginning of some tradition or custom.
An innovation that is destined to become another tradition at "Florida" began
during the scholastic year of 1923-1924. 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 and final victory. If the 'game is within a radius of two hundred miles the University band is sent by the student body in order that the strains of the 11 "Orange and Blue" might urge our men to fight with that never-say-die spirit of all tiue "Florida" men. The faculty of the University are 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 are almost certain to declare a holiday on that day. Every student feels p it his duty and 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 as our friends, for they have never failed to offer us special rates arid, at times, to put at our disposal special trains, thus enabling almost the entire student 11 body to make the trips. "Florida" is proudly 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 nien of such determination will in all probability become the most useful citizens
0 q of our state and nation.

is ifThis new practice is a worthy one and a great channel through which the outside 104 world will become acquainted with that i nexti nguish able spirit that we know to permeate the atmosphere of our campus. Therefore we should learn to cherish and N hold sacred this innovation of 1923-1924 and make it in future years one of the Sf bulwarks of strength of the University of Florida.









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THE HONOR SYSTEM

Just before the close of the session of 1915.1916, the students of thle University L
of Florida began definite steps toward the establishment of an honor system.
committee was appointed to draft a code, which was then submitted and unanlimousINx adopted by the student body with the provision that it be made effective before the
oncoming final examinations.
Simple, yet comprehensive, it has proved a credit to its originators, for it i
attaining its object, which is, first, to prevent giving or receiving i'llegitimate 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
members, 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 a court, and an appeal from its 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 anl
institution worthy of Florida men. The Honor System is here to stay only so long E
as the students abide by its principles, therefore it is our privilege and duty to make
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APPRECIATION

HERE is no end to the labor involved in buildin- a college annual. After the many months of planning and preparation, it is a great satisfaction to the members of the Staff to see 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 be rewarded with that inner satisfaction which the combined approval of our
readers will be 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. The members of the Art Staff are to be especially congratulated upon the excellence of their work which in no small way contributes to the beauty of our book. The Staff alone could not have arrived
at the quality of this book.
To the Jahn 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 time and his willingness and earnestness in selecting the winners of
the Beauty Contest.
The prompt, efficient, and expert work of the Marable Studios, the official po -4
photographer of the Seminole, furnished the excellent pbotoyraphs appearing throughk 30 out the book.
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and who aided greatly in making this book possible, we extend our thanks.







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CAPT. J. A. VAN FLEET .................. ................................. Head Coach 3
G. F. W EBER .. .............. ............................. ............. ..Asst. Coach
CAPT. E. M YON ........... .........................................Asst. Coach
ToM SEBRING ... .............................................................................. Asst. Coach

Capt. Robinson, Tackle Wyatt, End
Nolte, Center Anderson, Guard p"
H. Smith, Tackle Mounts, End
Towles, End Fowler, Guard
Lightsey, End Hamilton, End
Rose, End Middlekauff, Fullback
Norton, Guard Yetter, Half V
Goldstein, Guard Brown, Half A
Williams, Tackle J. Johnson, Half
Morris, Tackle Matthews, Full
Harry, Guard Bie. Full
Alexander, End Pomeroy, Half
Hartridge, End Sibert, Half
Merrin, End Randall, Quarter
Nielsen, End Jones, Quarter
Todd, End Brumby, Quarter
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VARSITY FOOTBALL COACHES


Mr. White has become very popular on
the campus in this, his first year. He has efficiently managed the school's athletics and is rapidly placing it on a firm, progressive footing.






Tie Major is tihe product of Florida and

also an old West Point football star. He has done more to put Florida on the map athletically than any one man. His foothball tactics are modern and lie has tihe
earnestness and perseverence of effort to m, instill these tactics into his players.
~JAME~S L. WHITE

Athletic Director JA.I Es A. VAN FLEET
"Dinner's in the Diner, Head Coach
~Boys" "..All up, men"






"Tom" Sehring came to us this year from Sthe Kansas Aggies. His pep, fight and all round coaching ability has made a place of rspet fo hi inthe minds of all the followers of Florida athletics.







o 04 Captain Yon is a graduate of Florida and
an old Varsity football man. His hard earnest work with the line helped greatly in whipping that department into shape. He is for Florida at all times, and will long he a great help to his Alma Mater.

N I. L. SoItINI; EVERETT YON
Assistant Coach Assistant Coach
Sali ate Him!" "1-2-3-4-5-6-7-8-"





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