The Seminole

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The Seminole
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63 v. : ill. ; 27 cm.
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English
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University of Florida
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Senior Class of the University of Florida
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Gainesville, Fla
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Vol. no.1 (1910) - v. 63 (1973).

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Table of Contents
    Front Cover
        Page i
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    Front Matter
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        Page 1
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    Title Page
        Page 3
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    Foreword
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    Dedication
        Page 6
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    The staff
        Page 8
    In memoriam
        Page 9
    Table of Contents
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    Views
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    Administration
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    Classes
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    Societies
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    Back Cover
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    Spine
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AHithough the endless pageant of the years may bring you all success and all happiness, these, your college years will still live as fragrant blossoms in your garden of memory. And iT in this book we have enshrined for you the memen= toes of their passing- if its pages form for you a magic carpet upon which you may return for a time to the pineshaded paths of the campus to live in memory among college friends then we have fulfilled our aim. .* *








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TO

JAMES NESBITT ANDERSON
Efficient dean, sound scholar, inspiring
teacher, loyal and helpful friend
this volume of

THE SEMINOLE
is affectionately dedicated by the

JUNIOR CLASS of
THE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

in token of our admiration for his administrative ability, appreciation of his fine scholarship, gratitude for his friendly and
unselfish service to our Alma
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- ----The Staff

Editor-in-Chief
W. WALLACE SHAFER
Business Manager
RAYMOND 0. BURR
Managing Editor
T. H. PARHAM
Art Editor
J. WINFIELD HENDRY
Literary Editors
I PRESTON R. BISHOP
E. BEVERLY MANN
AheisEditor
V. M. NEWTON

Societies Editor L. P. WOODS

Military Editor
N. J. JOHNSTON
Organizations Editor L. M. WORLEY

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In Memoriam


Dr. Andrew Anderson, life-time citizen of St. Augustine, Florida, who spent the long useful days God gave him spreading sunshine and comfort anti his goodly portion of earthly treasure to make the world, especially his native state, a gladder, more cultured place in which to live, was this University's greatest single benefactor.

Shortly before his death in early December, 1924, this kindly man, whose wealth meant only a means to happiness for his fellows, gave a fortune that the University of Florida might possess and enjoy what he wished to be the Southland's handsomest and most distinctive pipe organ to "dignify its chapel," to complete and adorn the inagnificent auditorium, that future generations of Florida's youth might be "uplifted through its spiritual inspiration."

His memory will he deathless, and his place forever warm in the hearts of Floridians; to his life of good deeds and the lesson of unselfish service, which his matchless philanthropy has taught us, this page is respectfully and lovingly dedicated in earnest gratitude.



















ORDER OF BOOKS






VIEWS
ADMINISTRATION
CLASSES
ATHLETICS FEATURES
FRATERNITIES
SOCIETIES
ORGANIZATIONS
R. 0. T. C.
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ADMINISTRATION

SCORE of years ago our University of Florida was vested in a pile of lumber, a few bricks, and an ideal, situated on a sandy road, which led the ambitious traveler from the small village of Gainesville ivesLward' to the phosphate mines. The lumber pile has long since vanished, the few bricks have expanded into a Gothic city whose buildings are spread here and there amid groves of sighing, moss-laden pines; the sandy trail is a citv street lined ivith lovely palm trees and faced by splendid homes; the unattractive village has become one of Florida's leading cities; but the ideal, that hidden, indefinable power which has caused the embryo to take such rapid strides forward, remains unaltered.
Twenty years ago our faculty numbered twelve men. These men had performed superhuman tasks before then, and these twelve were not to be outdone. In the face of overwhelming odds, without a supporting alumnus, on meager salaries, but with faith in each other, they set about the task of providing the State of Florida with its first University. Some, of course, dropped out and others took their places. Year by year !heir number increased; year by year their ideal grew toward realization beneath their untiring efforts. While today, their dream is far from being accomplished, it has at least gained an impetus of its own, which is rapidly carrying it on toward the goal.
Our Faculty, we rejoice with you in your success; we respect you for your knowledge, and we love you for your courage. Your success is our success; your joys are our joys; and may you cherish in your hearts the assurance that when we shall have passed beyond your guiding hands our hearts and our prayers shall be always with you.

















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DRi. ALBERIT A. NmUREF, A.M., LL.D., President University of Florida













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FACULTY AND ADMINISTRATION

ADMINISTRATION
A. A. MURPHREE, M.A., LL.D., President J. M. FARR, M. A., P.H.D., Vice President K. H. GRAHAM, Auditor
Miss ETHEL L. COWAN, Registrar MR. J. E. JOHNSON, Y. M. C. A. Secretary G. C. TILLMAN, M.D., University Physician MISS CORA MILTIMORE, B.S., Librarian MRS. MARGARET PEELER, Housekeeper MRS. BEATRICE IACGARRAH, Matron Miss ROSA D. GRIMES, R.N., Nurse in Charge of the Infirmary

COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES JAMES 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 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. ROGERS, 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. BriSLER, B.S., D.Sc., Asst. Professor of Chemistry C. A. ROBERTSON, A.B., M.A., Asst. Professor of English Language and Literature CECIL G. PHIPPS, M.A., Asst. Professor of Alathematics V. T. JACKSON, PH.D., Asst. Professor of Chemistry J. M. CHAPMAN, 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., Asst. 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, and 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 E. L. LORD, B.S., Asst. Professor of Botany and Horticulture J. FRANCIS COoPi/R, Instructor in Journalism
0. C. BRYAN, PH.D., Asst. Professor of Agronomy JOHN GREY. M.S.. Instructor in Farm Manlagement 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. LIGH, M.A., PH.D., F.S.Sc., Professor of Chemical Engineering W. S. PEitiY, A.B., M.S., Asst. Professor of Physics B. F. GAINES, B.S., Instructor in Mechanical Engineering (on leave of absence) S. K. ESHLEMAN, M.E., M.S., Instructor in Mechanical Engineering L. S. GREENE, M.S., Professor of Industrial Arts




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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)
E. S. WALKER, COL. U. S. A., (Rtd.), Professor of Mechanical Drawing
A. J. STRONG, Professor of Mechanic Arts
W. S. HIcGNs, M.E.E., E.E., Asst. Professor of Physics and Professor of Radio and Telegraphic
Engineering
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 of Education
W. A. LITTLE, A.B., M.A., Asst. 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. BUCHHOLZ, 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
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. LEIGH, M.A., PH.D., Director, Professor of Chemistry
A. W. SWEET, M.A., PH.D., Director of Health and Professor of Pharmacology and Pharmacognosy
W. J. HUSA, M.A., PH.D., Professor of Pharmacy
MILITARY DEPARTMENT
A. C. TIPTON, MAJOR, 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 F. H. BAIN, CAPT. U. S. A., Asst. Professor of Military Science and Tactics E. M. YoN, CAPT. U. S. A., Asst. Professor of Military Science and Tactics
F. M. BRENNAN, CAPT. U. S. A., Asst. Professor of Military Science and Tactics
K. G. MCCALLISTER, IST SGT. (D. E. M. L.)
D. B. HUNDLEY, SGT. (D. E. M. L.
J. S. HARRISON. SGT. (D. E. M. L.) N. K. JACKSON, SGT. (D. E. M. L.)
R. DEWITTE BROWN, Director of R. 0. T. C. Band and University Orchestra
ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT JAMES L. WHITE, Director of Athletics and Coach of Varsity Basketball
R. G. MANCHESTER, Director of Physical Education and Minor Sports
HAROLD L. SEBRING, Head Coach of Varsity Football
WARREN C. COWEL.L, Coach of Freshman Football, Basketball, and Baseball
EXTENSION DIVISION B. C. RILEY, A.B., B.S.A., Director
P. T. MANCHESTER, M.A., Romance Languages
MARY E. FOLEY, A.B., B.J., Journalism
ALICE L. ALLISON, A.B., Mathematics
ELLA M. ALLISON, Pr.B., Teachers Review Courses
JULIA A. KEELER, B.S., Industrial Arts
J. R. LEONARD, Mechanical Drawing
B. W. AMES, B.S.A., Reading Courses
EARL C. BECK, M.A., English
RALPH STOUTAMIRE, B.S.A., Journalism
J. H. WISE, A.B., Latin
W. S. MIDDLETON, JR., A.B., French H. C. JoHNSoN. A.B.E., Civil Service
0. W. BOYD, M.A., Commercial




1915

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HISTORY OF ALMA MATER
HE University of Florida, as she stands today, our beloved Alma Mater whom we love
so well, has been evolved from a hoi-polloi state system of higher education, unrecognized by the world, supported but balf-heartedly by the people of the state, to the
position which she now holds in the National System of State Universities.
While yet a territory, a movement was set on foot for the establishment of an institution of higher learning. But due to the many perplexities which confronted Florida as q territory, from 1824 to 1845, this movement was retarded and only when Florida had been admitted into statehood did it assume the aspect of materialization. It received additional impetus at this time from the Federal Land Grant of 100,000 acres, the proceeds of the sale of which vvere to go toward the establishment of two State Seminaries, one cast and one west of the Suwannee River. This brought about the establishment of the East Florida Seminary at Ocala in 1852 and the West Florida Seminary at Tallahassee in 1856. Following the close of the Civil War the East Florida Seminary was moved to Gainesville.
To supply a long-felt need, the State Legislature, in 1870, passed "An act to establish tht Florida Agricultural College." The following session, this act was amended so as to comply with the "Land Grant College" Act of Congress, that in so doing, the state might receive a grant of 90,000 acres of land from the Federal Government for the promotion of this cause.
After eleven years of wrangling over the site of this new Agricultural College, the decision was made. Lake City was chosen as the most desirable location and in the fall of 1884 its construction was begun. This same year marked the advent of the Agricultural Experiment Station as one of the departments of this college. Thus it was known as the Florida Agricultural College until 1903 when its name was changed to the "University of Florida."
By 1905 the higher educational system of the State of Florida was in a sad condition of confusion. The state support was divided between six institutions, each of which was in an equally addled condition. The University of Florida, the East Florida Seminary, the West Florida Seminary, the Normal School at DeFuniak Springs, the South Florida College at Bartow, and the Agricultural Institution in Osceola County; their standards were low, their work unrecognized, their curriculums confused, the expense of supporting them enormous, and their net accomplishments amounting to little or nothing.
Then came the Buckman Act which marks the transition in the history of Florida's educational system and the real beginning of the University of Florida. By this act all six of these feeble institutions were merged into two well established, well managed and well financed institutions which are today the "University of Florida" and our sister institution at Tallahassee, "The Florida State College for Women," the former with its new and permanent horic in Gainesville.
The University opened its first session in the fall of 1905 with Dr. Andrew Sledd at the helm, twenty four members on the faculty roster and one hundred and two students enrolled if) its classes. The entire University was housed, taught and nurtured in the three buildings which we know today as Thomas Hall. Buckman Hall, and the Wood-shop.
In 1909 Dr. Albert A. Murphree succeeded Dr. Sledd to the presidency and the University of Florida began to assume its present day proportions. The subdivision of the various colleges was made, also the College of Law was established, and Science Hall and the Agricultural Experiment Station were added to the original buildings. During this time the student body had made a fifty per cent increase.
From this time on the hand of Dr. Murphree has been ever evident and the University of Florida has come from the straggling rear ranks, advancing in an unprecedented manner, to assume her place among leading colic-es and universities of the world. In 1911 and 1912, the Engineering Building, Agricultural Building, George Peabody Hall, Language Hall and the Commons Building were erected. The Law College Building was constructed in 1914 and in 1918 came the Gymnasium. This year, the term of 1924-25 will see the completion of the first unit of the Administration Building, the Auditorium. Ere the year is Out Ive shall see the University Library moved from its present location in Peabody Hall to the completed section of our new Library Building, which, when completed, will be second to none. Yet Florida's growth has just begun, and while our student body now numbers in the neighborhood of 1,500, "Florida" will contifte to grow and to keep abreast, if not to assume the lead, of the Universities of our land.
Though young in years, she is old in achievement-she is no longer "The Baby University of the South" and she resents being called such. Each year as she goes on to greater achievement-as "Florida's" men go out to take their place among the greatest of men, as her recognition in the scholastic field surpasses every horizon and circles the entire globe, as her victories upon the athletic field continue to heap glory upon her name, so her age is measured by achievement; she has become the "Greater Florida" with opportunity before her wbich she sets forth with new zeal to realize.






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SENIOR JUNIOR
SOYHOM02E
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"ALMA MATER FLORIDA"
BY
MILTON L. YEATS


'llid towering pine and palm Stands dear old Florida; 'Neath balmy Southern skies Her glory shines afar. Oh, Alma Mater dear, We kneel before Thy shrine; Around Thy vine-clad halls Thoa hast our hearts entwined. Go forth, ye Florida men! March on to victory. The Orange and Blue shall ever winWe cannot conquered be! Our hearts shall never quail; All hail Florida-hail!


















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JOHN HENRY LOGAN. "Royal Palm." Sneads. Agriculture B.S.A.

Sigma Nu, Scabbard and Blade, Blue Key, Agricultural Club, Secretary (3), President (4), Flint Chemical Society, "F" Club, Baseball (2, 3, 4), Captain (4), Class Football (3, 4), Class Baseball (1), Athletic Board of Directors (4), Treasurer Y. 11. C. A. (4), Chairman Honor Committee (4), Senior Minor Sports Committee (4), Military Editor Seminole (3), President Combined Senior Class (4), Assistant Cashier of Commons (4), Delegate to Blue Ridge (3), Captain Company "F" R. 0. T. C. (4), Black and White Masque (4).


CLYDE HALEY NORTON. "Nort". Winter Haven. Agriculture B.S.A.

Pi Kappa Phi, Theta Ribbon Society, "F" Club, Varsity Football (2, 3, 4), Varsity Basketball
(2). Class Basketball (1, 2), College Basketball (1, 2). Vice-President Combined Senior Class
(4), First Lieutenant R. 0. T. C. (4).


MILTON HANS WYATT, "Hance". Bradentown. Arts and Science A.B.

Sigma Chi, Phi Kappa Phi, Scabbard and Blade, Farr Literary Society, Manatee County Club, Vice-President (3), President (4), Black and White Masque (4), Scrub Football (1, 2, 3), Class Football (1. 4), College Football (1), Member of Athletic Board (3), Y. M. C. A., VicePresident (3), President (4), Honor Representative (2), Vice-President Junior Class (3), Secretary and Treasurer (4), First Lieutenant R. 0. T. C. (4).


JOHN A. H. MURPHREE, "John A.". Gainesville. Arts and Sciences A.B.

Kappa Alpha, Pirate, Theta Ribbon Society, Blue Key, "F" Club, Alachua County Club, Varsity Football (3, 4), Vice-President Sophomore Class (2), Honor Committee (4), Pan-I ellenic Council (2, 3).







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EWING ANDERSON, "Dean". Gainesville. Arts and Science A.B. Alachua County Club. Farr Literary Society.



JAMES NESBITT ANDERSON, JR., "Jimmy", Gainesville. Arts and Science A.B.

Sigma Nu, Scabbard and Blade, Farr Literary Society, Alachua County Club, Captain Company
"C", RI. 0. T. C. (4).



JAKE S. ALEXANDER, "Red", Tampa. Agriculture B.S.A. Biology Club, Agricultural Club, Red Head Club, Class Football (4), College Football (4).
Scientific Papers (5), American Museum, Class Debating Team (1).



WILLIAM BERT ANDERSON, JR., "Boll W~eevil", Dunnellon. Arts and Science l'I.G.

Chi Delta, Inverness Club, Hepascui Club, Mortar and Pestle, First Lieutenant R. 0J. T. C. (4K.

















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JOHN VINCENT ATANASOFF, "Pelican", Bradley Junction. Engineering B.S.E.E.

Sigma Tau, Phi Kappa Phi, Polk County Club, Benton Engineering Society, American Institute of Electrical Engineers, Vice-President B. E. S. (3), President (4), Debating Representative Engineering College (4).


GERALD H. BEE, "Jerry", Sebring. Arts and Science A.B.
Chi Delta, Alpha Phi Epsilon, Sigma Delta, Blue Key, Vice-President (4), Farr Literary Society, Secretary-Treasurer (2), Vice-President (3), John Marshall Debating Society, Sebring Club. President (3), Hlighlands County Club, President (P), Poets' Club, Self-Help Club, Soccer (2), 3, 4), Manager (3), Captain (4), College Cross Country Team (2), Editor-in-Chief of the Alligator (4), Managing Editor (3), President Florida Collegiate Press Association (4), Seminole Staff Literary Editor (2), President Junior Class (3), Varsity Triangular Debating Team
(3), Inter-Society Debates (2), Band (2), President Junior Pan- Hellenic Council (4), Minor Sports Committee, Secretary (4).


I. C. BATCHELDER, "Rusty", St. Petersburg. Arts and Science A.B.S.S.

Kappa Sigma, Farr Literary Society, Commerce Club, Theta Ribbon Society, Pinellas County Club.

ROBERT E. BARFIELD, "Bob". Valdosta. Ga. Arts and Science A.B.

Lambda Chi Alpha, Farr Literary Society, Phi Kappa Literary Society (U. of Ga.), Editorial Staff Southern Drawl (U. of Ga.). Repertorial Staff of Red and Black (U. of Ga.).








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ROBERT ELLIS BENTLEY, "Ellis", Orange Park. Engineering B.S.C.E. Sigma Clhi, Sigma Tau, Phi Kappa Phi, Benton Engineering Society, Baptist Club, Duval County
Club.



C. DEWITT BONEY, "Boney", Wauchula. Teachers B.S.E. Sigma Lambda Tau, Kappa Delta Pi, Peabody Club, Vice-President (4), Hardee County Club,
Flint Chemical Society, Baraca-Pbilathea Union (President), Debating Team (4).




JOHN FREDERICK BLATT, JR., "John", Kankakee, I1l. Arts and Science B.S.
Kappa Sigma, Sigma Delta, Blue Key, Pan-Hellenic Council (3, 4), B~lack and White Masque, Budget Committee (4), Honor Council (4), Art Editor Seminole (1, 2), Alligator Staff (2), Business Manager Seminole (3), Joke Editor Seminole (4), Beefsteak Cleb (3, 4), University of Illinois 1918-19.




MAX ROBERT BIEN, "Pedro", Tallahassee. Law LL.B3. John Marshall Debating Society, Leon County Club, Brotherhood Club.













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JOHN A. BOUVIER, JR., "Johnnie", Jacksonville. Arts and Science A.B.
Sigma Chi, Theta Ribbon Society, Cotillion Club, Duval County Club, Entered from Davidson College.


REEVES BOWEN, "Judge", Chipley. Law Juris Doctor.

Sigma Phi Epsilon, Phi Alpha Delta, Phi Kappa Phi, Alpha Phi Epsilon, Blue Key, Farr Literary Society, John Marshall Debating Society, Wabaca Club. Chipley Club, Wrestling Club, University Wrestling Team (1, 2, 3), Class T'rack (3), Debating Council, Budget Comimittee, John Marshall Debating Team, University Debating Team (4).



J. H. BOWMIAN, "Bowman", Coronado. Law LL.B. John Marshall Debating Society.


ELDON LEROY BOYCE, "Dort", Miami. Law LL.B. Sigma Phi Epsilon, Phi Delta Pbi, Serpent Ribbon Society. MXasqueraders, (3), John Marshall Debating Society (2, 3), University Band (1, 2, 3), "Florida Five" Orchestra, Duval County Club.















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HOWARID MILTON BRACKEN, "Brack" lDeerfield. Agriculture B.S. Phi Delta Theta, "F" Club, Varsity Baseball (1, 2, 3, 4), Captain (4).


VICTOR GERARD) BRASH. "Brash", Tampa. Engineering B.S.C.E. Benton Engineering Society, Tampa Club.


CYRIL OLIVER BRATLEY, "Cyril", MAiami. Agriculture B.S.X. Sigma Phi Epsilon, Alpha Zeta, Alpha Phi Epsilon, Sigma Delta Psi, Beta Gamma, "F"' Club.
Blue Key, Miami Club, President (4), Agricultural Club, Masonic Club. UI. of F. Bland (2. 3, 4), U. of F. Orchestra (1, 2, 3. 4), Varsity Track (1, 2, 3, 4), Succer (2, 4), Volley Ball (1.
2, 3, 4), Class Basketball (1, 4), Class Football (3), Class Soccer (3, 4), Track (1, 2), Y. 11.
C. A. Cabinet (3), Minor Sports Committee (President), Debating Council (3). Treasurer.
Agricultural Club Debating Team (1, 2, 3), Debating Tfeam (3, 4), Winner of Junior Oratorical. Contest (3).


WALLACE BYRD). "Bird", Bradenton. Arts and Science A.B. Phi Kappa Phi, Biology Club, Farr Literary Society, Manatee County Club, Florida Rifle Team
(3), Beethoven Piano Club.













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MARCUS HOMER BROWN, "Toniny", Westville. Teachers A.B.E.

Pi Alpha Sigma, Kappa Delta Pi, Phi Kappa Phi, Peabody Club, Wahaloosa Club, Reporter (4), Athenian Literary Society, Vice-President (2).



CHARLES 1. CAMPBELL, "Campbell", Poland, Ohio. Law LL.B.

Gamma Eta Gamma, Alpha Epsilon Mu. John Marshall Debating Society. Law College D~ebating Team (4), Chapel Program Committee (4), A. B. University of Michigan.



JOSEPH SHIRLEY BUTTS, "Joe", Dade City. Art and Science B.S

Phi Delta Theta, Scabbard and Blade, Dade County Club, Leigh Chemical Society, Filrst Lieutenant R. 0. T. C. (4).



BENJAMIN EDWIN CAREY, "Bert", Key West. Law LL.B.
Chi Delta, Phi Pi (Legal Fraternity), Monroe County Club, Junior Pan-Hellenic Council (4), John Marshall Debating Society.
















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ERWIN AMERICUS CLAYTON, "Clare', Gainesville. Teachers A.B.E.

Sigma Phi Epsilon, Kappa Delta Pi, Alpha Phi Epsilon, Phi Kappa Phi. Phi l)ha Phi, President Y.M.C.A. (23-24), Vice-President Debating Council (23-24), Varsity eatingg Team
(22-23), Blue Key.


JAMES P. CLARK, JR., "Jimoie", Charleston, W. Va. Iaw 1.13. Sigma Nu, Captain Pirates (4), Masqueraders ('22, '23. '24), Theta Ribbon Society. Cotillion
Club, Class Football (4), John Marshall Debating Society.


WILLIAM LAFAYETTE CARTER, "Grandpa", Waukeena. Teachers A.B.E.
Sigma Phi Epsilon, Kappa Delta Pi, Farr Literary Society, Peabody Club, Secretary-'reasurcr (2), Class Football (1, 2, 3), College Football (1. 2. 3), Class and College Baseball (1, 2, 3),
Honor Committee (2), Treasurer Y. M. C. A. (2).


GEORGE RICHARD CLEGG, "Brownie", Inverness. Teachers B.S.E. Delta Tau, Blue Key, Scabbard and Blade, Kappa Delta Pi, Peabody Club, Vice-President (3), Soccer (1, 2,3), Captain (3), Class Football (1, 2, 3, 4), College Football (1, 2, 3, 4), Y. M.
C. A. President (4), President Methodist College Men's Sunday School Class (3).












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THOMAS JULIAN COLLINS, "T. J.", St. Petersburg. Lawv LL.B. John Marshall Debating Society, Pinellas County Club.



GEORGE OLIVER COX, "George", Cocoa. Agriculture B.S.A.

Kappa Alpha, Pirates. Scabbard and Blade, Serpent Ribbon Society, Agricultural Club.



RAYMOND MERCHANT CROWN, "Crown", Gainesville. Agriculture B.S.A.

Delta Tan, Agricultural Club (1, 2, 3, 4), Alachua County Club (1, 2. 3, 4), Sindent Fellowship Council (4), Varsity Track (1. 2, 3, 4), Class Track 1, 2).



LUCIUS JARVIS CUSHIMAN, "Count", Miami. Law LL.B.

Alpha Phi Epsilon, Jolhn M-arshall D~ebating Society, College Decbating Team, lnter-Socev Debating Team (1, 2), Triangular IDebating Team (2, 3).

















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JACK ALEXANDER DAVIS, "Jack A.", Quincy. Arts and Science B.S. Alpha Tau Omega, Scabbard and Blade, Biology Club. Gadsden Count\, Club, Vice-Presiderit (3, 4), Black and White Masque (4), Class Baseball (2), Class Football (4), Junior Prom Committee (3), Invitation Committee (4), Honor Council (4), First Lieutenant 11. 0. T. C. (4).


JOSEPH WILLIAM DALTON, "Joe", Tampa. Law Juris Doctor. Sigma No, Phi Kappa Phi, Phi Delta Phi, Scabbard and Blade, Alasonic Club, P~irates, Zed.
Black and White Masque (4).


LAURENCE WEBER DAVIS, "Davis", Bradenton. Engineering B.S.C.E.

Phi Delta Theta, Sigma Tao, Benton Engineering Society, Brotherhood Club, Manatee County
Club, Engineering Baseball (1).


CECIL CHESTER CURRY, "Cecil", Miami. Law L... Sigma Clhi, Alpha Phi Epsilon, President M~liami Club (3), \ ice-PresidL'nt John Marshall Detbating Society (3), Blue Key, University Debating Team (3), Law College Debating T]eamn
Champions (2, 3), Declamation Contest (1), Honor Committee (3).














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JOHN GARY ENNIS, "Gary", Tampa. Engineering B.S.E.E.

Delta Tau Delta, Masqueraders (21, 22), Band (21, 22, 21., 25), Benton Engineering Society (20, 21, 22, 24, 25), Theta Ribbon Society, Tampa Club, Lightweight Wrestling Champion (20), Junior Pan-Hellenic Council (25).


BORDEN McLEOD DYER, "Broadus", West Palmn Beach. Arts and Science A.B. Kappa Sigma, Phi Kappa Phi, Episcopal Club, Commerce Club, Palmn Beach Club.


VAUGHN WENDELL DRIGGERS, "Driggers", Wauchula. Teachers B.S.A.E.

Alpha Gamma Rho, Agricultural Club, Secretary-Treasurer (4), Vice-President (4), Flint Chenmical Society, Hardee County Club, Vice-President (3), Self Help Club, Vice-President (4), Soccer Football (2, 3, 4), Wrestling Team (3, 4), Agriculture College Soccer Team (3, 4), Captain (4), Class Soccer Team (3, 4), Captain (4), Assistant Manager Intra-Mural Association (4), Stock Judging Team (3), First Lieutenant R. O. T. C. (4).


JOSEPH B. DICKEY, "Joe", Auburndale, Engineering B.S. Ch. E'.

Delta Tau, Gamma Sigma Epsilon, Secretary-Treasurer 1. E. S. (4), Class Soccer (3, 4), College Track (1, 2), College Baseball (1), Varsity Track (1, 2, 3, 4), "F" Club.












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ALLAN LAMAR ENTZ, "Allan", Leesburg. Arts and Science A.B. Sigma Phi Epsilon, Serpent Ribbon Society, Leesburg Club.



JAMES NEWTON FIELDING, "Jake", Gainesville. Law LL.B. Kappa Alpha, Phi Alpha Delta, John Marshall Debating Society.



BYRON L. EDDY, "Byron", St. Petersburg. Arts and Science B3.S. Pi Kappa Phi, Farr Literary Society, "F" Club, Varsity Basketball (2, 3).



BENJAMIN J. FINMAN, "Betz", Tampa. Engineering B.S.C.E. Tau Epsilon Phi, Sigma Tau, Benton Engineering Society, Tampa Club.





















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CARROLL WILBUR FUSSELL, "Fussell", Webster. Law Juris D)octor.

Sigma Phi Epsilon, Phi Alpha Delta. Alpha Phi Epsilon, Phi Kappa Phi, Blue Key, John Marshall Debating Society, University Tennis Team, Vice-President Senior Class (23-24). Iniversity Debating Team, Junior Pan-Hellenic Council (25), Black and White Masque t(251.


MAX S. GLICKSTEIN, "Glick", Jacksonville. Engineering B.S.E.

Phi Beta Delta, Benton Engineering Society, D)uval County Club.


WILLAM H. GILMARTIN, "Gillvy". Tampa. Law LL.lB.

Phi Delta Phi, John Marshall Debating Society, "F" Club, Varsity Baseball (1), President Junior Law Class (2).


ROBERT GEORGE GILROY. "Bob", New Smyrna. Law LL.B.

Pi Kappa Phi, Theta Ribbon Society, "F" Club, Volusia County Club, John Marshall Debating Society, Florida Friendship Council (1), Varsity Track (2), College Track (1).















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EDWARD KENNEYS GOETHE, "Ed", Jacksonville. Law LL.B. Lambda Chi Alpha, Cotillion Club, Stray Greek, Duval County Club.


MANUEL MARION GLOVER, "Blondie", Lakeland. Law LL.B. Kappa Sigma, Theta Ribbon Sociezy, Polk County Club, Law Baseball (1).


JOHN BEACH HAZARD, "Beauty", Miami. Arts and Science M.S. Sigma Nu, Phi Kappa Phi, Ganma Sigma Epsilon, Theta Ribbon Society, Alligator Staff (1),
Masqueraders (2).


HAROLD EDWIN HAMMAR, "Tack", Sebring. Teachers and Agriculture B.S.A. and B.S.A.E.
Alpha Gamnta Rho, Alpha Zeta, Sigma Delta, Agricultural Club, Vice-President (3), Sebring Club, Vice-President (2), Highlands County Club, Junior Class and Agriculture College Scrub Football, Alligator Staff (3), Assistant Managing Editor (4), Student Assistant in Agronomy (3, 4), First Lieutenant R. 0. T. C. (4). Graduate Taxidermist. Battalion Executive Officer.















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JAMES WINFIELD HENDRY, "'ifnield", Tampa. Law LL.B.
Theta Chi, Fort Myers Club, President (3), John Marshall Debating Society, Masqueraders (2, 3), Serpent Ribbon Society, University Quartette (3). College Basketball (1), College Football (1), Class Tennis, (1), Art Editor Seminole (3), Inter-Fraternity Tennis (2, 3), Sasse's Gators (Pianist, 2).



JAMES C. HOUSER, "Jim", Keystone Heights. Arts and Science B.S.
Phi Delta Theta, Gamma Sigma Epsilon, Flint Chemical Society, Varsity Tennis (2, 4), College and Class Tennis (2).



HORACE S. HULL, "Hull," Oakland. Agriculture B.S.A. Kappa Sigma, Friendship Council, Agricultural Club (1, 2, 3, 4).



JOHN BLAKE HURST, "Johnnie", Miami. Agriculture B.S.A.E.

Theta Chi, Gamma Sigma Epsilon, Theta Ribbon Society, Flint Chemical Society, Secretary
(3), Miami Club, Masqueraders Stage Manager (20-21), Class Wrestling.











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ARCHIBALD EGBERT JANES. "Egg," Wauchula. Arts and Science B.S.
Alpha Delta, Gamma Sigma Epsilon, Flint Chemical Society.



ALBERT D. HUTSON, "Bert", St. Augustine. Engineering B.S.E.E.

Kappa Sigma, Gamma Lambda, Pan-Hellenic Council (4), St. Augustine Club, Masqueraders
(2), Band and Orchestra (1, 2, 3, 4), Assistant Manager (4).



JOHN E. HUNSAKER, "John", Cobden, Ill. Agriculture B.S.A.

Y. M. C. A. Ed.B. at S. I. N. U., Carbondale, Ill.



ARTHUR FIELBEEN JOHNSON, "Johnson", Laurel Hill. Teachers B.S.E.

Phi Kappa Phi, Peabody Club, Okaloosa County Club.















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VICTOR FLOYD JOHNSON, "Vic", Key West. Engineering B.S.C.E.
Chi Delta, Monroe County Club, Vice-President (1), President (2), Brotherhood of St. Aodrews. Vice-President (2), Benton Engineering Society. American Society of Engineering. College Baseball (2), Soccer (2, 3), Second I.ieutenant 1t. 0. T. C. (3), Captain Co. "1) R. 0. T. C. (4).

ALEX RALPH JOHNSON, "Alex", Lutz. Agriculture B.S.A.

Alpha Gamma Rho. Alpha Zeta, Kappa Delta Pi, Agricultural Club (1, 2, 3, 4), Self lleln Club (3, 4), College Football (1, 2, 3, 4), Class Football (2, 3, 4), Class Soccer (3. 4). College Soccer (3, 4), I. S. Army (2 years, including 12 months in A. E. F.).


JOHN ADOLPHUS GARDNER. "Gardner", Key West. Arts and Science Ph.G. Sigma Kappa Phi. Conch Club, Episcopal, Pharmacy Baseball (4).


ROBERT HARTMANN JOHNSTON, "Bob", Aficanopy. Arts and Science B.S.
Signma Lambda Tau, Leigh Chemical Society, Biecthoven Piano Club, University Orchestra, Alachua County Club, Maryville College '22-23, Tennis Team, '23, Dramatic Club 22-23.














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WILLIAM ERVIN JORDAN, "Ervin", St. Matthews, S.C. Agriculture I.S.A.
Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Theta Ribbon Society, Agricultural Club (4).



HYMAN KATZ, "Hymao", Jacksonville. Law LL.B. Phi Beta Delta, John Marshall Debating Society, Duval County Club, "F" Club, Varsity Baseball (2, 3), College Basketball (2).



WILLIAM COURTNEY KING, "Tubby". Roanoke, Va. Law LL.. Alpha Tan Omega. Phi Kappa Phi,. Phi Delta Phi., john MarshallI eatingg Society.



STEPHEN FALK KLEIN, "Steve", Pensacola. Engineering B.S.E.E. Phi Beta Delta, Benton Engineering Society, American Association of Engineers, Pensacola Club, Class Basketball (];, College Basketball (it, Manager Varsity Swimming Team (2),
Vice-President Pensacola Club (4).















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FRED KEY KNIGHT, "Frit:". Melbourne. Agriculture B.S.A.

Alpha Delta, Brotherhood of St. Andrews, President. Agricultural Club, Acacia Club. liead Student Assistant Department of Hygiene.



HUGH EDWARDS KNIGHT, "H. E.", Valrico. Teachers B.S.E.

Alpha Phi Epsilon, Blue Key, Kappa Delta Pi, Baptist Club. Secretary (2), Tampa (Club. Benton Engineering Society, Peabody Club, Varsity Debating Team (4), Secretary of l)Debating (Council (3), Inter-Society Debating Team (1, 2, 3), Battalion Adjutant R. O. T. C. (4).



WALTER EUGENE KNIGHT, "Knight", Bunnell. Engineering B.S.C.E.

Benton Engineering Society, Vice-President (3), Union County Club, College Football (3).



JOHN KIRBY LANGFORD, "John", Lake Butler. Engineering B.S.C.E. Sigma Tau, Phi Kappa Phi, Benton Engineering Society, Union County Club.














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MAURICE G. LANGFORD, "Langford", Lake Butler. Teachers A.IB.E. Masonic Club, Peabody Club, Union County Club, Class Basketball (1, 2, 3).


H. A. LEE, "Lee", Gainesville. Engineering B.S.C.E. Benton Engineering Society, Baptist Club, Alachua County Club.


FREDERIC HOPKINS LANGWORTHY, "Fred", Daytona Beach. Arts and Science A.B.

Delta Tau Delta, Sigma Sigma Phi, Blue Key, Sigma Delta, Volusia County Club, Farr Literary Society, Beefsteak Club, Quill Club, Theta Ribbon Society, Boxing Team (2, 3), Secretary Student Body (4), Secretary Budget Committee (4), Secretary Athletic Association (3), Editorin-Chief Alligator (2), Editor-in-Chief Swamp Angel (3), Instructor of Advertising and Office
Administration (3, 4).


SAMUEL WADE LEONARD, "S. IV.",, Blountstown. Teachers A.B.E. Alpha Delta, Kappa Delta Pi, Peabody Club, Blountstown Club, Junior Pan-Hellenic Council (,.i.
















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RAYMOND H. LORD, "Pancho", Key West. Law IL..B.

President Mizpah Club, Secretary Monroe County Club (3), John Marshall Debating Society.



HENRY GRADY McLENDON, "Mac", Abbeville. Ala. Agriculture B.S.A.E.

Delta Tan, Agricultural Club, Baptist Club, "F" Club, Varsity Baseball ('22, '23, '24), College and Class Football (1, 2, 3. 4., College and Class Basketball, Member of 4.11th Corps I. O. T. C. Rifle Team '24, First Lieutenant R. O. T. C. (4).



GLENN ARTHUR LITTLE, Ph.G., "Little", D)urand, Miich. Engineering IlS.Ch.E. American Chemical Society, Flint Chemical Society, Benton Engineering Society.



CHARLES MOORE McAULAY, "Mac", New Smyrna. Arts and Science B.S.

Sigma Nu, "F" Club, Manager Varsity Baseball (4), Student Assistant in Chemistry (4).
















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MAYNARD MICKLER, "Mick", Ponce de Leon. Engineering B.S.C.E. Wahaloosa Club, President ('24-25), Benton Engineering Society, American Association of Engineers, Masonic Club, Manager Freshman Baseball Team ('22-23).



HARRISON H. McDONALD, "Mac", Gainesville. Law LL.B. John Marshall Debating Society, Alachua County Club.



ERNEST EDWARD MASON, "Ernest", Century. Arts and Science A.B.

Theta Chi, Phi Kappa Phi, Farr Literary Society, President (4), Pensacola Club, Seminole Staff (3), Secretary and Treasurer Junior Class (3), Student Assistant in Spanish and English (4).



COEY MALPHURS, "Coy", High Springs. Engineering B.S.C.E. Benton Engineering Society, Alachua County Club.















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MARVIN UMPHREY MOUNTS, "Red", Tonkawa, Okla. Teachers B.S.A.E.
Kappa Sigma, Kappa Delta Pi, Gamma Lambda, Red Headed Club, Peabody Club, "F" Club, Varsity Football (1, 2, 3), Soccer (1), Athletic Board (4), Alligator Staff (1), Athletic Editor Seminole (3), President Sophomore Class (2), Assistant Freshman Football Coach (4), Band (1, 2, 3, 4).


ELMER MAURICE NORTON, "Norton", Tampa. Law LL.B.
John Marshall Debating Society, Tampa Club, Freshman Class Track Champions ('23).


WILLIAM GEORGE PARMENTER, "Bill", Orange Park. Engineering B.S.E.E.
Phi Kappa Phi, Sigma Tau, Sigma Delta, President Duval County Club (3), Benton Engineering Society, Vice-President (4a), President (4b), Assistant Manager Varsity Football (2), Alligator Staff (1, 2, 3), Seminole (2, 3), Champion Rat Debating Team (1), First Lieutenant R. 0. T. C. (4), Pistol Team (3), Student Assistant in Electrical Engineering (4), Student Assistant in Military Science (4).


WILLIAM MUSSELWHITE, "Bill", Homestead. Agriculture B.S.A.
Alpha Gamma Rho, Alpha Zeta, Biology Club, Scabbard and Blade, Agricultural Club, First Lieutenant R. 0. T. C., Battalion Executive Officer (4).











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JAMES MARTINE PEARCE, "Martine", Tampa. Arts and Science B.S. and M.S.

Pi Kappa Phi, Gamma Sigma Epsilon, Tampa Club, Theta Ribbon Society, College Debating
Team (1), President Flint Chemical Society, Student Assistant in Chemistry (3, 4).


CHARLES WRIGHT PERSONS, "Percy", Gainesville. Teachers B.S.E. Sigma Kappa Phi, Baptist Club, Peabody Club, College Basketball, Baseball and Football (I.
2), President Peabody Club (4), Historian Sigma Kappa Phi, Secretary Baptist Club (4).


EDWIN FRANCIS POMEROY, JR., "Frank", Jacksonville. Law LL.B. Pi Kappa Alpha, Pirates, Sphinx Club (3), Theta Ribbon Society, John Marshall Debating
Society.

EZRA E. RAASCH, "Ezra", Leesburg. Arts and Science B.S. Kappa Sigma, "F" Club, Serpent Ribbon Society, Leesburg Club, Varsity Football (4), Class Football (1), College Football (1), Class and College Track (1, 2), Wrestling Team (1, 3, 4).
















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CHARLES HUGHES REGISTER, JR., "Buck", Lake Butler. Engineering B.S.C.E. Sigma Tau, Scabbard and Blade, Benton Engineering Society, Union County Club.


CHARLES J. REGERO, "Charlie", Gainesville. Law LL.B.

Farr Literary Society, John Marshall Debating Society, University Band (1, 2, 3, 4), University Orchestra (1, 2, 3, 4).


J. VERNIE REVELS, "J. V.", Florahome. Teachers A.B.E.

Sigma Kappa Phi, Peabody Club, Secretary-Treasurer (4), Putnam County Club, President (4), College Football (3), Class Soccer (4), College Soccer Team (4).


STANLEY N. REEVES, "S. N.", Bowling Green, Ky. Teachers A.B.E.

Sigma Kappa Phi, Peabody Club, Secretary-Treasurer (4), College Debating Team (4), Alabama Debating Team, A.B. Ogden College.
















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BUELL FRANKLIN ROCHE, "Roach", Vernon. Teachers B.S.E. Alpha Delta, Farr Literary Society (1, 2), Peabody Club (3), Flint Chemical Society, Washington
County Club, Student Assistant in Department of Hygiene, Member Friendship Council (1).


J. R. ROSE, "Dick", Jacksonville. Law LL.B. Kappa Sigma, John Marshall Debating Society, "F" Club, Varsity Football (3).


HENRY McKIE SALLEY, "Mackie", Salley, S. C. Engineering B.S.C.E.

Phi Delta Theta, Scabbard and Blade, Theta Ribbon Society, Americani Association of Engineers, Treasurer Duval County Club, Sergeant-at-Arms Sophomore Class (2), Cadet Major RI.
0. T. C. (4.), Member Rifle Team (1, 2, 3, 4), Individual Champion Shot (Camp McClellan,
1922-23).

EDGAR WARREN SCARBOROUGH, "Country", Chattahoochee. Agriculture B.S.A.

Sigma Nu, Agricultural Club, Gadsden County Club, P'resident (4), Class Football (4), First
Lieutenant R. 0. T. C. (4). Student Assistant in Aninmal Husbandry (4).
















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CHAFFIE ALDRED SCARBOROUGH, "Chaf/ie", White Springs. Teachers B.S.A.E
Alpha Gamma Rho, Scabbard and Blade, Agricultural Club, Hamilton County Club, President
(4), Flint Chemical Society, Self Help Club (3), Swimming Team (2, 3, 4), College Football
(1), Gallery Team (1, 2, 3, 4), Rifle Team (2 years at Camp), 4th Corps Area Rifle Team at Camp Perry 1924, Stock Judging Team (3), First Lieutenant R. 0. T. C. (4).


JOHN EWING SCHABINGER, "Schabinger,,' Delray. Agriculture B.S.A.
Alpha Gamma Rho, Agricultural Club, Palm Beach County Club, College Soccer (3, 4), Class Soccer (3, 4), Gallery Team (2, 3), Camp Rifle Team (2, 3), Captain Co. "E", R. 0. T. C. (4).


RUDOLPH HENRY SCHILD, "Child", Gainesville. Teachers B.S.E. Phi Kappa Phi, Peabody Club, Alachua County Club.


FRANCIS WOODYARD SHOCKLEY, "Sharkley", Avon Park. Arts and Science A.B.
Theta Kappa Nu, Highlands County Club, Secretary-Treasurer (4), Commerce Club (Director).















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OSCAR BROWNLEE SIMMONS, JR., "0. B.", Miami. Law Juris Doctor.

Kappa Sigma, Phi Delta Phi, Phi Kappa Phi, Zed, Pirates, Theta Ribbon Society, John Marshall Debating Society, Assistant Business Manager Seminole (3), A.B. Washington and Lee
(1921).

HARRY MARION SMITH, "Harry", Winter Garden. Agriculture B.S.A.

Sigma Phi Epsilon, Alpha Zeta, Phi Kappa Phi, Agricultural Club, Vice-President (3), Orange County Club, Baptist Club, Band (4), U. of F. Orchestra, Varsity Basketball (4.), Tennis (3), Volley Ball (3), "F" Club, Class and College Football (1, 2, 3, 4), Class and College Basketball (1, 2, 3).

BUNNIE OTHAND SIMITH, "Bunny", Wewabitchka. Teachers B.S.E. Alpha Delta, Kappa Delta Pi, Vice-President Peabody Club ('23), Member Debating Team (3),
Teachers College Debating Team ('23).


DENNEY REX MOORE, "D. R.", Darlington. Arts and Science B.S. Wahaloosa Club, Treasurer (2), Vice-President (4), Peabody Club, Mortar and Pestle, Flint
Chemical Society, Acacia Club, Masonic Club.
















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CHARNELLE H. SUMMERS, "Preacher". Gainesville. Engineering B.S.E.E.
Alpha Tau Omega, Scabbard and Blade, Benton Engineering Society, IMizpah Club, American Association of Electrical Engineers, First Lieutenant R. 0. T. C. (4), Second Lieutenant Infantry Officers Reserve Corps.


GEORGE GORDON SIXMA, "Big six", Lake Helen. Agriculture B.S.A.
Alpha Gamma Rho, Phi Kappa Phi, Alpha Zeta, Agricultural Club, Secretary-Treasurer (3), President (4), Class Football (3, 4), Class Soccer (3, 4), College Football (1, 2. 3, 4), College Debating Team (1, 4), Student Assistant in Veterinary Science (4). Stock Judging
Team (3).


LOWELL OLIVER STEPHENS, "L. 0.", Stewardson, Ill. Arts and Science A.B.

Alpha Phi Epsilon, Volusia County Club, Vice-President (1, 2), Farr Literary Society, Debating Council (3), Vice-President (4), President (4), Seminole Staff (3), Student Assistant in
English (3, 4).


HERBERT LAWSON SPEER, "H. L.", Umatilla. Agriculture B.S.A.

Alpha Gamma Rho, Phi Kappa Phi, Alpha Zeta, Kappa Delta Pi, Agricultural Club, Masonic
Club, Biology Club.










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CHARLES CARROLL SWOOPE, "Scoop", Neuw Smyrna. Engineering B.S.(lh.E.
Pi Kappa Phi, Gamma Sigma Epsilon, Sigma Tau, Scabbard and Blade, Flint Chemical Society, Benton Engineering Society, Volusia County Club, Class and College Football, Basketball and Soccer.

CLEMENT LEE THEED, "Clern", Miami. Law LL.B. Theta Chii, Masqueraders (1, 2), Assistant Director (2), Theta Ribbon Society, Miami Club, John Marshall Debating Society, Farr Literary Society, Pan-Hellenic Council (1, 3), Freshman Football Numeral (1), College Football (1, 2), College Track (1), Art Editor Seminole
('17-18, '20-21), Vice-President Sophomore Class ('19-20).


ANTHONY LAMPROU TIMPAS, "Timpas", Gainesville. Engineering B.S.E.E.
Benton Engineering Society, A. I. E. E., 1st Year New Hampshire University (21-22), Cosmopolitan Club.

ALTON MYERS TOWLES, "Towels", Crawfordville. Teachers B.S.E. Delta Tau, Scabbard and Blade, Kappa Delta Pi, Sigma Delta, Cotillion Club, Leon County Club, Peabody Club, Baptist Club, Class and College Football, Baseball and Basketball, College Soccer, Alumni Editor Alligator (4), Minor Sports Committee (4), Budget Committee (4),
Captain Co. "B", R. 0. T. C. (4).












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JAMES ARTHUR VAUGHN, "Jimmy", DeFuniak Springs. Arts and Science A.B.S.S.

Delta Tau Delta, Waholoosa Club, Farr Literary Society, Theta Ribbon Society, Masonic Club, "F" Club, Varsity Baseball (2, 3, 4), Secretary and Treasurer Junior Pan-lellenic Council (4).



JOHN P. WARREN, "J. P.", Sebring. Arts and Science B.S. Highlands County Club, Leigh Chemical Society, Swimming Team (3, 4).



ROBERT JAMES VAUGHN, "Vaughn", High Springs. Arts and Science B.S.
Delta Tau, Phi Kappa Phi, Gamma Sigma Epsilon, Flint Chemical Society, Alachua County Club.


GEORGE NORTON WAKEFIELD, "George", Apalachicola. Agriculture B.S.A.E.
Alpha Delta, Brotherhood of St. Andrews, Agricultural Club, Secretary Y. M. C. A. (4), Stock Judging Team (3).















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W. CURTIS WARREN, "Chink", Tampa. Arts and Science B.S. Sigma Nu, Scabbard and Blade, TMasqueraders, Theta Ribbon Society, Tampa Clubi, Farr Literary Society, John Marshall Debating Society, Flint Chemical Society, Class and College Football (1, 2), Society Editor Seminole (3), Captain Company "A", R. 0. T. C. (4), Ramsey
Waiter Boy (4).

CYRUS WASHBURN, JR., "Cy", Jacksonville. Engineering B.S.E.E. Sigma Tau, Benton Engineering Society, American Institute of Electrical Engineers, D~uval
County Club, Band (1, 2, 3. 4).


OLIN ETHREDGE WATTS, JR., "Olin", Bartow. Arts and Science A.D. Phi Delta Theta, Masonic Club. President (4), Vice-President Farr Literary Society (4), Acacia Club, Polk County Club, Cotillion Club, Serpent Ribbon Society, Black and White
Masque (4), Chairman Senior Class Invitation Committee, Member Honor Committee (4).


OLUSTEE KENNETH WEATHERWAX, "0. K.", Tampa. Engineering B.S.E.E.

Sigma Chi, Theta Ribbon Society, Pirates, Cotillion Club, Benton Engineering Society, President Tampa Club (4), Captain Co. "B" R. 0. T. C. (3).
















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.PAUL 0. WIIG, "Paur, Cocoa. Arts and Science B.S. Sigma Chi, Phi Kappa Phi. Farr Literary Society. Leigh Chemical Society.


WILLIAM JAMES WELLS, "IV. J.", Holley. Teachers A.B.E.

Kappa Delta Pi, Alpha Phi Epsilon, Blue Key, Peabody Club, Vice-President and President
(4), Member of Gallery Team (2), Farr Literary Society (1, 2), Santa Rosa County Club, Teachers College Debating Team (2, 4), Varsity Debating Team (4), First Lieutenant R. 0. T. C. (4), Student Assistant in English (in Rehabilitation Department).


CURREN ELMORE WEBB, JR., "Curren", Tampa. Engineering B.S.M.E.

Alpha Tau Omega, Theta Ribbon Society, Tampa Club, Benton Engineering Society, Fraternity Basketball (2, 3).

HUBERT WEEKS, "Hubert", Tampa. Arts and Science A.B.

Sigma Nu, Theta Ribbon Society, Blue Key, Pirates, Cotillion Club, Black and White Masque (4), Farr Literary Society, Tampa Club, Vice-President (3), President (4), Vice-President Student Body (4), Managing Editor Seminole (3), Alligator Staff (1, 2), Assistant Matiaging Editor
(2), Swamp Angel Staff (2, 3), Honor Representative (1), Member Pali-Hellenic Council (3, 4), Beefsteak Club, First Lieutenant R. 0. T. C. (4).











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MILTON LEONIDAS YEATS, "Milton", Tampa. Law Juris l)Doctor.

Sigma Phi Epsilon, Phi Delta Phi, Phi Kappa Phi, Vice-President Johin Marshall Debating Society (3), Blue Key (4), Tampa Club, President Student Body (4) Budget Committee (31.
University Quartette ('22-23, '24-25), Corporal S. A. T. C., Second Lieuienant I. O. T. C.
('20-21).

FRANKLYN HAROLI) WILLIAMSON, "Frank", Miami Beach. Law LL.B.
Tau Epsilon Phi, Miami Club. University Golf Club, Swimming (1)t, Tennis (Il. Freshmen Football (1), Golf (3), College Football (2), Class Baseball (2), John M\arshall I)ebating
Society.

ROBERT CONGER YOUNG, "Bob", Ozona. Arts and Science A.II.S.S.

Sigma Phi Epsilon, Phi Kappa Phi, Commerce Club,. President (4'), Farr Literary Sociely. Pinellas County Club, Secretary (4), Self Help Club (3), Economic Department Conneil (3).


JACOB HOOPER WISE, "Jake", Gallatin, Ten. Teachers 11.A.

Sigma Phi Epsilon, Phi Kappa Phi, Alpha Phi Epsilon., President (4), Kappa I)elta Pi, Ilue Key, Farr Literary Society, Reporter (2 Vice-President (3), President (4), Critic (4), I'niversity Debating Council, President (4), Peabody Club, Reporter (Summer 19231i, Tennessee Club, President (4), Editor-in-Chief Summer School News (1924), llonor Committee (I1, Board of Control Medal for Oratory (3), Inter-Society l)ebating Team (1). Triangular D)ebating Team, Alternate (1).










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SENIOR CLASS HISTORY

SHE history of the present Senior Ci-iss of thre University of Florida has been one of
ups and downs, of hones and deso lirs, of victories and defeats. There were four hundred members of the Freshman Class of 1922, the Senior Class of 1925, who entered college ignorant of college life and college duties hut full of ambitions and hiop -s for the future.
The record of our class in 1921-1922 is not very impressive due in part to disorganization and disintegration of its membership. The annual Flag Rush staged between the Sophomores and Freshmen was won hy thre former and as a result we had to continue wearing our green caps for the remainder of the year. h-owvever, inspired by a new spirit and led by the indomitable "Ark" Newton, we had no trouble in winning the inter-class track meet, "Ark" heing high point man of the meet and thre outstanding star of the day.
We returned to the University in the fall of 1922 decreased in number hut steeped with an ardent desire and a dogged de:ermiuation to make our Sophomore anr improvement upon our Freshman year. "Red" Mounts was elected president and we set out on our recognized (loty of training the Freshmen in the way they should go. We looked forward to thle Flag Rush that year, bent upon winning it as a consolation for the defeat of tile previous year. Great was the excitement and keen the rivalry between the two classes as the date of the rush drew nreat. Yet once more were we to taste the hitter dregs of defeat, for after holding the rodents for almost five minutes our defense weakened and the Freshmen, eager and bloodthirsty, gained the coveted prize just before the sound of the gun announcing the end of thre period. We also lost all the athletic events with the exception of the track meet which we again won under the leadership of "Ark" Newton.
The Junior year of our class was the best in our history, for in this year our victories and our accomplishments outnumbered our defeats and failures. For tile first time in our history we won ntore than one major athletic event. 'We not only won the inter-class football championship, hut were the victors in baseball and basketball. The tennis team was practically composed of men from our ranks. However, the biggest event of the year and our greatest achievement was the stag-ing of the Junior Prom, the annual reception given by the Junior Class in honor of the departing Seniors. By hard work anid loyal cooperation we were able to put on the best Prom in the history of Junior Classes at the University.
By the fall of 1924 the four hundred or more Freshmen who entered school in 1921 Itad decreased by resignation and other causes to a scant one hundred and fifty. After surviving for three years we entered with the feeling that we must make this last year of college life the most profitable of them all. Although having- our eyes set on graduation we have stopped long enough in tlte perusal of our work to take part in all inter-class events of the year.
The Class of 1925 have given more than their quota to other college activities. In dehating we have made an enviable record, most of the varsity debaters of 1925 are of the Senior Class of 1925. Most of tile Student Body officers this year are of our class. Scholastically we have much to he proud of, having broken more records and set new ones than any other Senior Class in the history of tlte University. Finally, the Class of 1925 is the largest ever to graduate from Florida. for almost all of those who entered in thle fall of 1924 as Seniors will receive their degrees this June.
As we leave the doors of our Alma Mater we look in retrospect over the years which have passed with fleeting wings, and our hearts swell with emotions as the pleasant memories of their passing are revisualized in our mind's eye. As we go out hopes of the future abound within us. The defeats and the failures of our years spent in college are obliterated and we think now only of the joys and pleasures, of tlte spirit of good will and companionship always predominant among Florida Men.
E. E. MASON, '25.




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.. .... ... .



All ivo wx All






















W. J. SEARS, JR.
"Congressman Joe"
ARTS AND SCIENCE
Kissimmee. Fla.
President



LEE M. WORI.EY
"Hlop,
LAW
Miami, Fla.
Vice-President


SILAS M. CREECH "Cy Screech"
ARTS AND SCIENCE
Bellglade, Fla.
Secretary and Treasurer



PRESTON R. BISHOP
"Presto"
AGRICULTURE
Oldsmar, Fla.
Honor Representative


E. M. ADKINS
"Lake Butler"
ENGINEERING
Lake Butler, Fla.



E. S. AKERMAN
"Ake"
LAW
Orlando, Fla.











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W. 0. ANDERSON "Wicked Wfilly"
ARTS AND) SCtENcr
Orlando, Fla.


L. B. ANDREWS

TrACHERS
i\Iims, Fla.



DONALDI BAIRD) "Don"
LAW
Jacksonville, Fia.


F. 1-1. IIAIEIIS "Babe"
ARTS AND) SCIENCE
Gainesville, Fia.



C. 0. 13AIINES
"Olin"
\RfTS AND) SCt.N CE
Plant City. Fia.





E. D. BARWICK "Barwich"
\mnTS AND) SCIENCE
Century, Fia.















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A. C. BASCHI "Basih"

Iwo: Hopkitis, Fla.



1B. F. IELLC(K "Burlap"
A;acjI.TUIIE Jacksonville. la.




H. N. BLACK "Professor"
ARSAND SCIE:~I
Bilossomn, Texas




A. K. BLACK "Bud"
ARITS AND) SCrE NCi L~ake City, Fla.




P". S. BlLAKE Weary"
LAW
Lliipley, F'la.




L. C. BOGUE "Lincoln"
LAW
St. Petersburg, Flai.













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WM. HI. BOHEN "Bill"
ENCINEEIIING Live Oak. Fla.




JOHN S. BOND)
"Barn"
ARTS AND) SCIENCE Jacksonville, Fla.




L.EWIS BONSTEFI.
"Louie
ALfl$ AND SCIENCE Miami. Fla.




I)ONAI\i) C. 13OOTI"Sh orty"
ENGINEERIING
MIiami, Fla.



J Qhi1. BO)YD "Red"
ENGINEERI NG
Clermnait. Fla.




G(;. 13RhlIGGS

ENCINEEIIING
Zephyrhilis. Fia.








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M. A. BROOKER "Marvin"
AGRICULTURE Bell, Fla.



FRANK BRUMILEY "Stock Judge"
AGRICULTURE Gainesville, Fla.



H. C. BUCHA "Little Corporal"
AGRICULTURE Glenwood, Fla.



F. I. BUIE "Life Boole"
ARTS AND SCIENCE Lake City, Fla.



L. L. BUNKER "Bunker Hill"
TEACHERS Fernandina, Fla.



1. G. BURNETT
"Bruno"
AGRICULTURE Bradenton, Fla.













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RAYMOND 0. BURR "Senator"
ARTS AND SCIENCE Tallahassee, Fla.



R. H. BURRITT "Bob"
ARTS AND SCIENCE
Jacksonville, Fla.



V. R. BUTLER "V. R."
TEACHERS
DeFuniak Springs, Fla.



J. P. CAMP "Scamp"
AGRICULTURE
Okeechobee, Fla.



C. C. CARNES
"Cawns"
TEACHERS
Florahome, Fla.



T. F. CARTER "Red"
ARTS AND SCIENCE Waldo, Fla.









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RMT [11 CIL \ IPIIN

kit-,S AND) SChIENCE J1ackso nvuile JIa.




WI! LBURN (:LJExELANIJ
"Grover"
\HIlS AND) SCIENCE
J acksounvillec, Fla.







.1ac ksonvi lie, Fla.












A. 13. COE

E;I N EICI)IN( Mi ani. Fin.














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G. W. COE "George"
LAW
St. Augustine, la.




C. C. COLLEY w "Car"
LAW
Starke, Fla.




J. B. COPELAND "Look Mle Over"
ARTS AND SCIENCE
Tampa, Florida




J. M. COUNTS "Count"
LAW
Pensacola, Fla.




FRANK CIIOM 00 "Frank Russel Von Croin"
LAW
Gainesville, Flu.




R. L. CUNNINGHAM "Cunninghanz!"
AGRIICULTURE
Summnitville, Ind.















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JOHN DICKINSON
"Colonel"
LAW
Jacksonville, Fla.



FRANK H. ELMORE
"Hellmore"
LAw
Jacksonville, Fla.



W. F. EMMONS
"Walt"
ENGINEERING
St. Petersburg, Fla.




C. O. FERRELL
"Collins P."
ENGINEERING
Lake Wales, Fla.




W. IH. FISHER
"Fire Ax"
ENGINEERING
Tampa, Fla.



W. E. FLOOD
"Ned"
ENGINEERING
West Paln Beach, Fla.












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.1 W FRAZIER, JR.

ART AND SCIENCE~ Id mpa Fla.




C:. A. FRiENSDOIIF

TEACHERlS
Alianu, Fla.




E. MI. GOLDsTrEIN "Gold je"
AdW LAW
Jacksonville, Fla.




WV. S. (;IAMLING "Beeck"
ARTS AND) SCIENCE Mhimi, Fla.




HIU BERT GRAVES "Farmner"
AGRIICULTUIRE
Quincy, Fla.




J. E. GRAVES "silent"
AiRTS ANDI SCIENCE Quincy, Fla.







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C. M. GREEN "Hicks"
ARTS AND SCIENCE Tampa, Fla.



A. C. GREINER "A rchie"
AGRICULTURE Lake Hamilton, Fla.



J. S. GUNN "Shot Gun"
ENGINEERING Clearwater, Fla.



W. D. GUNN "Gudley Dunn"
ARTS AND SCIENCE Pensacola, Fla.



E. P. HARRY "Cadillac"
AGRICULTURE Pompano, Fla.



0. W. HEWITT "0. WV."
TEACHERS St. Petersburg, Fla.









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W. G. HIATT "Garland"
ARTS AND SCIENCE Gainesville, Fla.



W. P. HICKMAN "Ec. I."
A TS AND SCIENCE Tampa, Fla.



WILLARD HICKS "Sweet Willard"
ARTS AND SCIENCE Tallahassee, Fla.



H. W. HILLS "Eagle Lake"
ENGINEERING Winter Haven, Fla.



B. E. HENDRICKS "Kendricks"
LAW
Nashville, Ga.



J. R. HOLT "J. R."
ARTS AND SCIENCE West Paln Beach, Fla.












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11. C. HURST
"Hurts"
LAW
Gainesville, Fla.




F. M. IVEY "Mutt"
LAW
Gainesville, Fla.




IE. JEFFRIES
"Jeff"
A AGRICULTURE
-2 Lake Alfred, Fla.




J. W. JOHNSON 07 "Commnodore"
AGRICULTURE Largo, Fla.




T1. A. JOHNSON
"Ti."
TEACHTERS
Largo, Fla.




V. 'X. JOHNSON "Conch"
\[ITS AND SCIENCE
Key WVest, Fla.














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N. J. JOHNSON
"Nathan"
ARTS AND SCIENCE
Waldo, Fla.



EDGAR C. JONES "Ed"
LAW
Jacksonville, Fla.



K. B. JONES "Fats"
ARTS AND SCIENCE
Tampa, Fla.



D. R. JUDKINS "Donald"
ARTS AND SCIENCE
Largo, Fla.



H. E. KING "Harry"
LAW
White Springs, Florida



A. S. LAIRD "Geechie"
A;HICULTUREII
Gainesville, Fla.












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W. J. LAXKE "Bill"

Sanfford, 1Fla.



RI. L. LAYNION law "Skeet"
AumI ANT) SCIENCE~ \Iiand, Fla.



It LEONARD


St. Marys. Ohio



P. R. LEWIS "Kid Lewis"

iBrooksvilie, Fia.




1). C. LINEIIAUGH

LAW
T1ampa, Fia.



F. A. LOSSING "Losing"
ENGINEEAUNG
Sanford, Fia.







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C. J. LOVVORN


OkeechIobee F la




.1. 11. McCLURE "Bob"
ARTS AND SCIENCE Pensacola, Fla.




E. R. -McGILL "Jerry"
ARTS AND) SCIENCE Waldo, Fla.




T.'. MIAGILI. "G. T."
ENCINFLRN.~;
LaBelle. Fia.




1. J. MANK
"Fl/up"
ARITS AND SCIENCE M\iamni, Fil.




L. S. MARHIAILL
"skinny"
ARITS ANDIS Tl'lahassee, Fla.















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CS.MENGE, JH.
"Bogie"
TECHR
F ort Myers, Fla.




J. B. MILLER "J. B."
Eustis, Fla.




R. E. MILLER "Remn"
ENGINEERING
Bradenton, Fla.




0. L. 'MIZELL "Mizell'
ENGINEERING
Lake Butler, Fla.




13. 1I. MONROE "Bun"
ARITS AND SCIENCE
Tampa, Fla.




M. B. MOORE "More or Less"
AGRICULTURE
London, Canada









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G. A. NEWELL "George"
ENGINEERING
Orlando, Fla.



V. M. NEWTON, JR.
"Red"
ARTS AND SCIENCE Tampa, Fla.



C. T. NIBLACK "Charlie"
ARTS AND SCIENCE Dunnmellon, Fla.




JULIAN NIBLACK "Jule"
LAw
Dunnellon, Fla.



W. D. MORGAN "Jaw"
LAw
Jacksonville, Fla.



C. E. MORRIS "Clarence"
ARTS AND SCIENCE Pensacola, Fla.












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W. W. NICHOLS


Mebore Fla



.1. A. OGG
"Little Bristol"
ARITS AND) SCIENCE Clearwater, Fla.



JOE PANIELLO
"Joe"I
ARTS AND SCIENCE
'I'arpa, Fla.



T. H. PARHIAM
"Red"
k HTS AND SCIENCE
Oxford, Fla.



W. B. PATEY "Bill"
LAW
\Miami, Fla.



J. E. PEARCE "Johnny"
ENCINEINe Newbierry, Fla.














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F. C. PELO1 "Frank"
\TS AND) SCIENCE
Manatee. Fla.




Z. M. PERENJAN "1Z M."1
ENGINEERIING
Gainesville, Fla.




0. W. IPITTIMAN







T1. E. POPPELL "Tison."
ARTS AND SCIENCE Panama City, Fla.




'. WV. RAIMSEY "IP'ood Head"
ARTS AND SCIENCE Tampa, Fla.




L. B. REED "Prof. Reed"
ENGINEERING
Gainesville, Fla.















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L. W. ROGERS "Pensacola"
LAW
Pensacola, Fla.



A. W. SAARINEN "Bill"
ARTS AND SCIENCE
Newberry, Fla.



B. T. SAULS "Twig"
LAW
Wauchula, Fla.



M. B. SESSIONS "Sister"
LAW
Live Oak, Fla.



W. WALLACE SHAFER
"WTally"
ARTS AND SCIENCE Haines City, Fla.



L. L. SHEAR "Shears"
ENGINEERING
Daytona, Fla.











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J. M. B. SIMPSON "Cowboy"
LAW
Kissimmee, Fla.



H. D. SMITH "Smitty"
TEACHERS
Oneco, Fla.



W. A. STANLEY "Spic"
LAW
Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.



A. W. STUMPE "Stump"
AGRICULTURE
Palatka, Fla.



C. H. TAYLOR "Shag"
AGRICULTURE
Plant City, Fla.



11. L. THOMPSON "Tommy"
ARTS AND SCIENCE
4 Miami, Fla.












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J. T. TICE

ARTS AND SCIENCE ...w Bartow, Fla.



D. E. TIMMONS
"Tim"
TEACHERS
Wauchula, Fla.



dw E. R. TODD
"Big Sweed"
LAW
St. Petersburg, Fla.




F. RI. TODD "Ridgicy"
AGRICULTURE Avon Park, Fla.




W. G. TROXLER "Dick"
A RTS AND SCIENCE Ocala, Fla.




0. 13. TURIBYFILL "Turby"
ENGI NEERI NG
Cainesville, Fla.














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J. W. USHER, JR.
"Bill"
LAW
Miami, Fla.



A. C. VARENA "Venus"
ENGINEERING
Sebring, Fla.



HAROLD WARD, JR.
"Montgomery"
ENGINEERING Winter Park, Fla.



C. H. WARNER "Charley"
TEACHERS St. Johns Park, Fla.



H. J. WATROUS, JR.
"G. D."
AmTS AND SCIENCE
Tampa, Fla.



11. I. WELLS "Irvin"
TEACIIERS Orlando, Fla.











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AIRTHUR L. WEST "Arthuzr"
ENGINEERING
Tampa, Fla.




JOHN WIIG "~Long Boy"
ARTS AND) SCIENCE
Cocoa, Fla.




A. H. WILSON "A. H."
ENGINEERING Jacksonville, Fla.




HI. K. WINTER "Summner"
AGRICULTURE
Oakland, Fla.




WVm. H. WOLF' "Bill"
LAW
P~ensacola. Fla.





"Lern"
ARTIS AND SCIENCE
Tam~pa, Fla.













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ti. C. WORDEN "Hair Oil"
ARTS AND SCIENCE
Winter Haven, Fla.



B. N. WORK "Hard Work"
ARTS AND SCIENCE DeFuniak Springs, Fla.



F. S. WRIGHT "Wrank Fright"
ARRTS AND SCIENCE Jacksonville, Fla.



M. G. YOUNG "Young"
AGRICULTURE
Jupiter, Fla.



R. S. BAYNARD "Bob"
LAW
St. Petersburg, Fla.



E. G. PIPER "Socrates"
ARTS AND SCIENCE Jacksonville, Fla.












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JUNIOR CLASS HISTORY
XN the fall of 1922, the beginning of the 1922-1923 school year, there assembled from
all parts of the state and from the four corners of the United States, some five hundred men to enroll in the great Freshman Class of '23. Five hundred verdant "Rats," eager to taste the joys and pains of College Life and willing to share and share alike the duties which devolve upon the first year men. How poignant are the memories of those first few days of our college life. What vague conceptions did we hold concerning the future when at each turn we were permitted to taste of some new thrill and when graduation was as remote as death itself.
But we were soon to leave all this as we set our feet in the path of duty. In the clas election we named an excellent corps of officers; Edgar Jones was selected President, Clifford Blitch, Vice-President, Owen Pittman, Sec retary-Treas urer, and Kenneth Jones, Honor Reprcsentative.
Our first achievement was the great Freshman football team of 1922. "Neer shall their glory fade!" For the first time in her history Floridai had produced a team that was invinlcible and their meteoric campaign was followed %vith amazement by every sport loving eye in the state. When the season ended the crowning glory of success was heaped upon the victors; Champions of all Southland, Florida had not only produced a winning team but a team of Champions!
Soon after the close of the football season our mettle was again tried and proved. In the annual Sophomore-Freshman Flag Rush we emerged victorious. The Sophomores put up !I
valiant defense and for nearly five minutes we were successfully repulsed, but ere the time keeper had announced the end of the fray our superior forces, fortified by an unconquerable spirit, overcame the splendid defense and it was Kenneth Harrod vwho, in thle last few seconds of play, snatched the coveted bunting which gave to us thle hard fought victory. Having won in open battle, the privilege of doffing our little green caps, we tucked them gently in our trunks, memory books, or sent them home for mother to save for us; memoirs of thle happiest hours of our lives.
That spring we carried off the honors in the inter-class track event; thus another gem was added to our steadily increasing string of laurels.
Our officers this year were Kenneth Jones, at the Presidency, "lRed" Newton, Vice-President, Jerry McGill, Secretary-Treasurer. and "Pop" Carter, Honor Representative.
Again our athletic contribution brought credit to Alma Mater. Thle 1923 Varsity, strengthened by the wealth of splendid material from the Championship team of the year before, made a name for itself and for the University of Florida which was second to none in the South.
When it came time for us to defend our title in the annual Flag Rush we again emerged victorious. For seven minutes of gruelling man-to-man combat we successfully repulsed thle superior forces of thle Freshman Class. Though outnumbered more than two to one, thle spirit of the righteous '23 prevailed and the Freshmen were destined to continue to don the repulsive little green cap.
Then our Junior year!
Though our ranks had been diminished to half its original size, the spirit of '23 had liecome more vital, more real, and more lasting withi the passing years. It had lost all of its personal glamor, its gaudy glaze had given place to a richer, finer goa change brought about by sacrifice and love for Alma Mater.
For our Junior Class officers we selected Joe Sears as President, 13ce Wurley for VicePresident, Silas Creech for Secret ary-Treasu rer, andl too Preston B~ishop 'Nweutn the post of Honor Representative. Since it is the privilege and duty of tile Junior Class to pulish tb6 SEMINOLEr, tile duty was duly assumed, and Waltace Shafer, as Editor-in-Chief, Raymond Burr, Business Manager, and "lRed" Parhanm, Managing Editor, were charged with the supiervision andl production ot Florida's 1925 year book.
Next year we shall become the Class of '26. The Freshman class of '23 is no more but its spirit still lives-shiatl continue to live in the history of the University. We are proud of our achievements, certainly; for have w~e not a right to feel proud? But it is a pride that runs deeper than mere class feeling, we are, and always shalt be, just a part of our dear Alnma Mater. Ftorida Forever! And may tile spirit of the Class of '26 never (lie hot go ringing down through the ages in memory, as part of the great University of F lorida.







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