V. J. Jordan
Such men as "V. J." are a credit to our class.
He deserves complimenting on his technique and
rules of asepsis, to which he is a close observer,
this being a prime factor in success. His bearings
are also pleasing and confident, wearing the "smile
that wont come off." "V. J." seems to have
made an early start in trying to choose a profes¬
sion. After attending the Leesburg and Punta
Gorda High Schools, he tried printing, later clerk¬
ing, then telegraphy, finally deciding he could be of
greater service to humanity by becoming a dental
surgeon. Having heard of the high standard of
the Southern, he naturally chose it as the college
from which to obtain the degree of D. D. S.
Vernon Julius Jordan was born at Oxford, Fla.,
April 5, 1885.
Address, Punta Gorda, Fla.
T. \Y. LlCJUTSEY
Florida is always represented by a lot of boys
who are a credit to the college, as well as the State
from which they came, and "Mutt" is no excep¬
tion to the rule. He is due the credit for having
reorganized the college baseball and basket ball
teams, in which our college takes great pride.
'' Mutt'' probably acquired his athletic spirit which
he has while attending Rollins College, Winter
Park, Fla., where he was a member of the football
team and captain of the basket ball team. In col¬
lege his main obstacle was to put in ball and socket
fillings; now, however, cohesive gold fillings are
his hobby. Don't be frightened by his wild look,
as he is perfectly harmless, although he was very
wild at the start, but the faculty and city life
have almost gotten him tame during his three years
Thomas Warren Lightsey was born at Keysville,
Fla., April (i, 1892.
A ddress, Plant City, Fla.