SAMUEL J. PARKER.
Georgia has the reputation of producing some fine
specimens, and "Sainbo" is one of her best. He was born
at Carrollton in 1883, and from his early childhood has had
a great desire to be of some use in the world. Ten years
of his life were spent in a drug store, and he says he has
cured many complaining individuals by giving them col¬
ored water three times a day. But the mixing of drugs
did not satisfy the ambitious longings of his heart, so he
entered the Southern Dental College three years ago to
become a member of the dental profession. The least that
can be said of him is that he has made good.
Samuel J. Parker was born at Carrollton , Ga. , Feb.
J. A. ROGERO.
"Not a rag nor a bone, but a head of hair."
"Rigermarole" is a Florida cracker, and little is known
of his early life except that he received his early education
in the public school of St. Augustine. His ambitions
were above the average, and he desired to be of some
appreciable worth to the world and incidentally to make
a fortune. He decided that dentistry was his destiny
and we know he will be of service to his fellowman , but
if he makes the fortune he is seeking, he must invent a
new way to practice dentistry. Rogero is a good student
and a quiet unassuming fellow in college, but when
among the fairer sex, he is a "lion" indeed. They just
can't resist his (beautiful head of hair, but he said if it was
cut he would be as Sampson of old—bereft of all his charm.
With all his peculiarities, he is a No. 1 good fellow, and
we believe he will make a good dentist.
Joseph Agustus Rogero was born at St. Augustine,
Fla. , July 21st, 1880.
Tennis Team 1908-09, 1909-10', Base Ball 1908-09.