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Title: The Florida alligator
Alternate title: Summer school news
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Summer gator
Alternate Title: Daily bulletin
Orange and blue daily bulletin
Orange and blue bulletin
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Language: English
Publisher: the students of the University of Florida
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: December 12, 1919
Publication Date: 1912-1973
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 24, 1912)-v. 65, no. 74 (Jan. 31, 1973).
General Note: Summer issues also called: Summer school ed., <1915>-1920 and again in 1923; summer issues also called: Summer ed., <1921>.
General Note: Has occasional supplements.
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Vol. VIII. UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA, GAINESVILLE, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1919 No. 11 iI

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STRAW VOTE ON TREATY AND LEAGUE 1 A. A. AMENDMENT- 'I :BAKER ELECTED VARSITY CAPTAIN J

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WILL BE TAKEN HERE AFTER VACATION !, AGAIN FOR VOTE FOR 1920-LETTER MEN ARE NAMED



UNIVERSITIES-TIIRUOUT COUNTRY this that the Senate can be made to I TWO PROPOSED AMENDMENTS i + + + + + + + + + + + + ,1 SEVERAL F. A. A.S: AWARDED TO 1:

WILL VOTE ON PROPOSITIONS feel public opinion. I BEFORE ASSOCIATION TO BE ; '+ + j CONSISTENT SCRUBS WHO

,+ FLAG RUSH AND TUG + !'
OF GREAT INTEREST Two great organizations have recently I PRESENTED AFTER CHRIST- j TOOK SMALL PART IN SEA-
OF WAR SATURDAY. j
TO PUBLIC-FOUR POINTS PUT put themselves on record as MAS VACATION BOTH FEATURE :
II Ii SON'S GAME, BUT WHO STUCK I

TO FACULTY AND STUDENTS. being one willingly in favor of the RECALL OF MANAGERS. I..+ The annual Flag Rush and + WITH SQUAD DURING SEASON. '!
Peace Treaty and League of Nations.I: + Tug of War between the Freshmen +
In Yale University 90 per cent of i iI will take + I 1
I I I + and Sophomores
Editors of Leading University Publi. I the faculty, together with all the gen- With recall of managers the prin- + place Saturday at 2 P. M. The + j Paul Baker was elected next year'sVarsity I'

cations Behind Movement to Show eral officers and deans, signed a petition -: cipal features, the Board of Directors : + rules for the meet were pub- + j I captain by the eighteen "F"

Attitude of Collegiate Circles.A urging the two Senators from !! of the Athletic Association publish i( + fished in last week's Alligator + | men who were selected this year for I

Connecticut to promote the ratification I the following suggested amendments' + and a copy of them may be obtained + |: work done on the gridiron during the ;
of the Treaty and the League of ;: to Article VII, of the By-laws of the : + at the office. + j j past season. Several of these men :

straw vote on the Peace Treatyand Nations covenant as soon as possi- I I Athletic Association: t j + In addition to the usual + I have been awarded the honor before, :

the League of Nations will be ble. I ; while others have had it
First Proposed Amendment. > + sports a Push Ball game will + |: some once,

taken at the University on Tuesday, The New York Chamber of Com- i: The Board of Directors shall issue ![ + be played this year. + I I! as many as three times.

January 13th. This vote will be taken merce has taken similar action with I a call for assistant managers of : + + I Members of the Scrubs who played I
at the same time with other regard to the New York Senators. !' football at the beginning of each j + + + + + + + + + + + + }1 at short times with the Varsity have .

schools throughout the country.A The officers, faculty and students of I season. At the end of the season the j I II 1 1I I been awarded the F. A. A., as an hon- f I

committee composed of editors I! the University of Florida will be given said Board, by examination, will pass I ATLANTA DEFEATS G. II. S. : orable mention, and this is a sign of

of the publications at Columbia, Yale I a chance to sign a similar petition.It I upon business qualifications of can- '1 I I their consistent work during the year. ) :

and Harvard Universities are behind is daily becoming more and more ,. didates and submit the name of candidates j' A post season game with Boys Highof I With the "F" men who return next !

the movement to promote a referendum evident that conditions cannot settle I qualified to the Athletic AS-I' Atlanta proved to be a break in the year, and the "F. A. A." men together I
of college sentiment regardingthe I down to normal until the Peace sociation, who will elect from with the new material, the prospectsfor
chain cf Gainesville High School'sfootball
i: Treaty is settled, and settled right. Ii for the following season. I the next season are very !
Treaty and League, and are ask- manager victories. Boys High brought promis'I'I'II
The petition which will be circulatedis I '
ing the co-operation of the schools Other Athletic managers, after comj j down an exceptionally heavy team for I ing indeed.
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throughout the country in the mat- as follows: 'I j petitive examination on business a high school and with a little speed I I The letter men are as follows:

ter. The Petition. I qualifications will be appointed by I thrown in, the combination produceda I I Sparkman, 4; Goldsby, 4; Perry, 2; !

Members of the faculty and students i I Believing in the desirability of the the Board of Directors. All managers I telling effect on Gainesville's plucky !,I Baker, 2; Clemons, 2; Thomas, 2; .

of the universities will participate I ratification of the Peace Treaty, with are subject to removal for incom- little team. I i I Wuthrich, 2; Connell, 2; DeVane, 1; t ti

in the straw vote and the resultsof the League of Nations covenant, at petency by vote of three fourths of Spectacular playing on both sides :i I Swanson, 1; B. Anderson, 1; C. Ander- I 1 l

the vote will be forwarded to the I the earliest possible moment, we, the Board. The duties of the managers I were features of the entire game. Both I I son, Merrin, 1; Leo Wilson, 2; Norton -

committee in New York, where the the officers and faculty of the Uni- and assistant managers shall f'f'I teams showed some excellent points in I i o l' Warner, 1V.. Gunn, 1; Yan
returns will published.. versty of Florida, do respectfully be prescribed by the Board of Direc- cey, 1.Those.
complete while out
I
coaching, speed cropped on
earnestly urge the United States tors. I receiving F. A. A. were: R.
The propositions as drawn up by I I both sides. Gainesville was fortunate I
the committee are as follows: I Senators from Florida to vote for The Second Proposed Amendment. i in having two of their previously injured Coleman, llcKeyVebb, Stanley, Till-

1. I favor the ratification of the the Treaty with the League of Na- The Board of Directors shall rec- 1 men back in the game, GlassQ. i er, Gunn, Ford, Wiggins. 4

League and Treaty without amend- tions covenant and to give to both I j ommend to the members of the Ath-! ( B.) and Padgett (R. H.) I -

ments or reservations. the Treaty and Covenant their hear- j| letic Association, such candidate or II j Boys High scored in the first min !i DUVAL COUNTY CLUB ;

2. I am opposed to the ratificationof tiest support.If I candidates for the position of ute of play, Gainesville retaliatingwith ORGANIZED LAST TUESDAY

the League or Treaty in any from. interpretations are absolutely I ger of any athletic team Mana-I a field goal. During the second !!

3. I am in favor cf the ratificationof necessary to secure the constitutional shall deem fit by reason of I quarter, Glass (G. H. S.) with 30 The Duval County Club held its

the Treaty and L ague, but only two-thirds' majority for ratifica- i their diligence in assisting the manager yards of broken field running placed initial meeting of the present year t '

with the specific reservations as voted tion, we urge you to support only I during the past season and by' the ball over Atlanta's goal line. Both last Tuesday night, December 9th,

by the majority of t'*e Senate. I such interpretations as may be neces- I reason of his or their general ability 'j'I goals were missed. at 7 o'clock. The meeting was called

4. I favor any compromise on the sary and proper suggestions as are or experience. The managers of all I, Opening the third quarter, Thompson I primarily for the purpose of effecting -
reservations which will make possible acceptable to our President, and suchas athletic teams shall be elected in the (Boys High) recovered a fumble ; an organization, this being

immediate rat: 'L/ ation of the will be readily acquiesced in by II same manner as the officers of this I running 70 yards through an open I followed by a general discussion of

Treaty and the Leagua. the other signatories.To Association as provided for hereinI I field for a touchdown. Goal kicked. matters pertaining to Duval county !

Rules for this vote have not been the stabilizing of conditicns I before and at such times as the Board !I Within the next ten minutes of play I I in its relation to the University of '

received here yet, but will probablybe I both domestic and foreign, we believe of Directors may decide. At any, Boys High scored again, kicking goal.A I Florida. The following officers were

here in time to publish in the next the settlement of this question,'" special meeting called as hereinbefore few minutes later a fourth touchdown elected, to serve during the ensuing

issue of the Alligator. At the same apart from partisan political con- specified any manager of any Athletic I was made and goal kicked by term: .
time also other information regard- sideration, to be essential, and we team may be recalled and his office Boys High. The game ended with the I PresidentDukeViUiams..
ing the matter will be taken up. ask you to do your part to promote a i declared vacant by a vote of two- '.ball in the visitors' possession in the
prompt ratification of the Treaty and thirds of the membership of the as- middle of the field. Vice-Pres.-O. H. Lichliter.Sec. .

Economics and History). Board of Directors of the
the Reporter-D. W. Keen.
vote against
urge you to Gainesville-Chesnut, captain, C.;
In line with similar action taken or Athletic Association of the University I
unconstitutional atempt to declare i Daughtrey, R. G.; Emerson, L. G.; The president-elect made a short ;
to be taken in many of the leading resolution. publish to the student body the I II McCormick R. T. R. E. I in which he that
peace by concurrent ; Swearingen, ; speech, urged every
institutions of learning in the United I proclamation following: I Bishop, L. E.; Glass, Q. B.; Padgett, member do his utmost to promote '
States, the officers, faculty and mem- Notice is hereby given, that, on I
+ + + + + + + + + + + + R. H. B.; Vansickle, L. H. B.; String- I University interests at home. Mr.
bers of the student body of the Uni- + + I the ninth day of January, 1920, in fellow, F. B. Lichliter followed with some forcible -
versity of Florida will be given an the morning and at chapel, on the I _
+ MILITARY. + Boys High-Field, C.; F. Gordon, suggestions along the same line,
opportunity to pass upon ratificationof + + campus of the University of Florida, R. G.; Jones, L. G.; Thompson, R. T.; i the trend of fiis remarks being the

the Treaty and League of Nations.In + + + + + + + + + + + + there will be a meeting of the Ath- Clark, L. T.; McGarity, R..E.; Roane, j I assertion of the advisibility of each t
the election to be held on January letic Association for the of
MEMORANDUM.The purpose L. E.; Stanton, captain, Q. B.; Morris, 1 j member using his influence with
13th, the faculty and members of the following members: of the ad- considering an amendment to the By- R. H. B.; Albright, L. H. B.; Wallace, I High School friends, to persuade
student body will be given an oppor- detailed instruc- laws of that body. I F. B. I them to consider matriculating at
tunity to this important vance course are as (Signed) I +
pass upon
the University of Florida, at some
The ballot tors for the week beginning Monday, I Buser, referee; Buie, umpire; Brin-
question by straw vote. H. H. BUSHNELL,
future time. This and the matter of
15 1919. son, head linesman; Carter and Pain,
will be secret and the election will be December W. J. BIVINS,
for the 1919-20
MILITARY SCIENCE II. timekeepers. Time of quarters, 15 securing advertising
conducted with care and accuracy.In C. C. COX.
Seminole in Duval formed
County,
and Wednesday, minutes. ,
the Library will be fo'und ma- Marshall, Monday Members of the Board. the dominant theme of the entire
In- 9-10; room 8, Eng. Bldg. -
terial dealing with this subject.
9-10 9, Eng. Sarasota is putting $100,000 in 25 I discussion. Plans for a club luncheon -
all Kent, Monday, ; room
form this question BUSER AND BECK
yourselves on ; it. Bldg. cottages. The big development plan I to be given in Jacksonville during -
Americans should understand
Cox, Wednesday, 9-10; room 9, Eng. GO TO BIRMINGHAMCoach being carried out was fostered by a the Christmas vacation, were
Vote this question and show your
on I
formulated aid
adopted.
number of winter residents and prop-
interest in it. It is the duty of ev- Bldg. Professor E. C. Sarasota who Periodic meetings of the club will
Monday and Wednesday, Buser and erty owners at met
Yancey,
ery citizen to vote, that he may have be held after Christmas in the Law
9 Eng. Bldg. Beck left Wednesday afternoon for with the leading residents of the townin ,
his heart in our government. But to 10-11; room Monday, and Wednesday, Birmingham, where they will attend October and told them of the de- Building, probably once a month. A
Thomas,
play his part well, he should inform 8 Eng. Bldg. the 'meeting of the S. I. A. A., to beheld mand that there would be this winterfor special meeting of importance ia
10-11, room ,
himself on public questions of course.This Tuesday and Thursday, there today and tomorrow. Mrs. houses and rooms. Sarasota, like called for the evening of Tuesdaynext

is a straw vote, but straw votes is 9-10 De room Silva 8, Eng. Bldg. I I I Buser and son, Jerry accompaniedCoach. Tampa, had not built any during the at 6:45. All men from Duval i
wine
show the in which the ;
way Order of LIEUT. COL. WARD. war period and was far behind. county are urged to be present.
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will be savedVessella's .. Green, right forward. t and plans outlined to raise funds I
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\"). -its. engage.1 i Cohen, right guard. I will be erected in the recently purchased I begging the people of that city, who .! Thus it appears that if the proposed

Band opened Sunday tot Subs: C. Duncan forward; C. An' park on Riverside avenue, are able to do so, to build houses for i budget system is approved by the i
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,i FOR STUDENTS AND i' EGGS ARRIVES FOR FLORIDA greater than money could buy. The r
OTHERS' STATE MUSEUM. J collection is all in cases, and while I
West Side of Square Gainesville. they are not such as befits a museum,

I' ) 4 ....._-_._- ....._-4_, ___ ;;.o; __ :i iI j Director T. Van Hyning recently : :yet they are about equal to those now
-- returned from a two weeks' trip to : in the museum, and on the whole it
I I II Palm Beach where he secured, packed i certainly forms a great addition to
NICK DAMATO and shipped a large collection of. the rapidly developing State Museum. i 1I
i When this new Hall of Ornothologyis t4Lft t er ,
mounted birds of Florida and the eggs :
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America.
of the birds of North i I
J j HIGH GRADE collection is known as the John J. j i, and the Ryman collection consolidatedwith
I 1 Ryman collection.Mr. the large collections already on ,
i : $ TAILORING Ryman; was an Audubon man, hand, the Florida State Museum will
I I and has probably done more for bird have a bird section not excelled in'' f
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after tiring his
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1 .! "I want housing reform. I want PALM PARLOR
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After "Yes", shouted a bored voice from! $ "ICE CREAM DE LUXE
I'I!i| ing was director for ten years.
I .' the audience, "you chloroform..' ',
want
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i :rt.j:! I Ii permanent left the Iowa museum and came I Colonel (to new boy): "Where I ,? Popular and Classical Sheet Music. High Grade Candies.

i I' :; : 1 1I to Florida also, Mr. Ryman made the j is the balance of your gun'?" I i Crane's Exclusive Stationary.
New Boy: "Sir, I don't know; this ;
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\1 i, under the charge of Mr. Van { Deep water trial trip was given the I READ THE ADS IN THE ALLIGATOR
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II.I Hyning; so when Mr. Ryman died!steamship Wilcox, just completed at

I! over a year ago, Mr. Van Hyning I j the yards of the Oscar Daniels Company
I I'"t Many customers have not denied I immediately started negotiations with in Tampa, Saturday. The 9,500- gHHHHKfw ;! ! Y !
That their tailor they have tried collection.'
the family to secure the ton steel steamer was pronounced > ;
l !If" One they once have patronized I Ii By making a propositon to dedicate a perfect in every detail by Inspectors i

i I ;1., And has left them dissatisfied. room in his honor, to be known as the North and Warren, for the Shipping I KNIGHT & WALL CO. 1tfj 1

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DR. AND MRS. CROW EN. and uphold our sacred institutions of Jz/J\ :

TERTAIN MEMBERS OF government. t. Tongues ;
j THE AMBULANCE UNIT
Frank ,
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Thanksgiving evening members of o College was present and favored the .
old Florida Ambulance Unit who members by reciting, "The Quitter,"
the t'
are attending the University were and gave manner.a brief talk, in his usual effective i or Our oes J.

titertained at the home of Dr. and .
)lrs. C. L. Crow. Bob Marshall gave a peppy talk on 0 'd'v
were served buffet the spirit of cooperation among ex- Q
The guests '
Could Talk i.
tyle with turkey in bountiful help- service men and members of the club. i i'

ings and with all the other things Marshall spoke of the Vocational .
-which go along with the turkey. Club as being composed of men, who I
About twelve men from the old not only served for our country, but ;
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Unit were present at the gathering. were injured in the line of duty, while I
serving in his branch of the service, : THEY'D TELL A FAR MORE INTERESTING STORY THAN ANY WE +: 1
+ + + + + + + + + + + + and that among such men, the highest COULD THINK OF. THEY'D RELATE THEIR HISTORY FROM THE .. :
+ + spirit of cooperation should exist.J. : TIME THEY WERE CUT FROM GENUINE CALF-SKIN UNTIL THEY + '

+ CAMPUS CLUBS + J. Geiger, formerly of the 5th WERE TRIMMED, FINISHED AND SENT TO ONE OF THE THREE .0 ;
+ + PORTER STORES TO BECOME PART OF THIS GREAT ORGANIZA-
regiment of Marines, A. E. F., gavean .
4. + + + + + + + + + + + interesting account of the life ofa TION'S POPOGANDA OF QUALITY. t :
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VOCATIONAL CLUB. soldier of the sea in active service. 0 0 I

1 of the Voca- The business session was held directly BLACK, BROWN AND TAN LEATHERS IN LASTS THAT FIT THE. 0
meeting
The regular
after this interesting program. 0 FOOT COMFORTABLY AND CORRECTLY, 0
tional Club was held Thursday evening -
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meeting place.A initiated in directly after the business + Everything that Men and Boys Wear i .

large attendance was presentand o session, after which meeting ad- +

enjoyed a very interesting pro- journed. .

gram. +
The secretary's and treasurer's minutes THE WAHOLOOSA CLUB. a
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were read and business postponed *
until after the program. The members of the Universityfrom .
Father Coaoley, chaplain of the Walton, Holmes and Okloosa CSJacksonville A
American Legion Post, Gainesville, counties recently met and organizedThe :

Florida, gave a live talk describingthe Waholoosa Club. : Corner Bay and Laura Fla. : -
mission of the American Legionand The following officers were elected:
the relation and duty which returning President, Randall H. Hughes; vice- 0 0 L i

ex-service men bear to present president, John A. Gillis; secretary, i
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principles of Democracy. He declared from these counties have had a clubon INTERESTING MEETING !
. that in order to secure a true the campus, and are looking for- I!Ii
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peace,returning ex-service men should ward to many good results. Interesting! Well, I should say so.I
I uphold the Constitution of the U. S. With all the fellows organized we I As usual the society staged their !Ii !!
during this period of unrest against expect to bring several new students I M regular debate for the entertainmentof !Ii: NOTED FOR QUALITY'i i
alien enemies, who assail us from with us next year to make Florida the the members, as the speakers for I'x DIAMONDS, FINE JEWELRY, CHINAWARE, .
within our own borders. best university in the south. Every I the affirmative were absent the Pres- GLASSWARE AND SILVERWARE !Ii i '

The American Legicn composed of member has determined to do his ident appointed Sigsbee L. Scruggs i j_Ii 41, West Bay Street. Jacksonville Florida. mIi

- 4,000,000 of America's own defenders, share in advertising "Old Florida"I and Montrose Edrehi to take their i !if i ;

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cracker-jack sporting section. Delivered 20c. per week. I on this subject was listened tOf||
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- risibilities of the members, this meet-j y Largest Stock In the South of Musical Instruments ai

: IX AND SEE US FOR BASE BALL FOOT : ing was no exception for as a topic j y; !
BALL-TENNIS AND OTHER SPORTING GOODS. : upon which to speak the Muse ap-1 I i| Strings, Drummer's Traps x JIi
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size and off color fruit will be saved. i Green,right forward. t'ed, and plans outlined to raise funds request of the students and the Alumni ___
II I Gray, left guard. .' : and build the memorial. The memor-I The Fernandina News-Record is 1 I Association. it
Vessella's Band opened its engage- Cohen right guard. I ial will be erected in the recently purchased begging the people of that city, who t Thus it appears that if the proposed ;
ment in St. Augustine..on Sunday for I Subs: C. Duncan..,'forward; C. park on Riverside avenue, are able to do so, to build houses for t: budget system is approved by the :;
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be duplicated are
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EDITORIAL DEPARTMENT : + + I them at 50c, 75c and $1.00.

: Dewey A. Dye Editor in Chief j + + + + + + + + + + + + L, C. SMITH, JEWELERNorth
f Goodrich Copeland Managing Editor j t Side of Square. Gainesville F10riia
j; t H. M. Friedander-\s.t. Man. Ed. Leslie D. Wiffiams, Local Ed. t tBandall j THE SIGN. a ... -- ..... "-... I
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Hunter __ Sporting Ed. Henry FuHer Asst. Ath. Editor
i H. R. DeSflva, Contributing Ed. "B Tin.I & Norton",_KTchange Eds. I --

\,. BUSINESS DEPARTMENT i The months go by ADVERTISING IN THE ALLIGATOR PAt

t i J. Velma Keen -_. Business Manager
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W. W. Gcnn __ Assistant Easiness Manager ,
i i t John H. Carter Jr., Circulation Manager f i I I.............................

. ; Entered as second claw matter September 28, 1912 at the po-3toice: at t Bat .- ... .
f Gainesville, FLu,trader the Act: of March 3d, 18.9.i e Eyes Gwse3.
i : t Place all communications and news items in boxes designated for that StiH no sign -
! i ip i jurpose in Peabody and Language Halls. + Terted. 4'' F.Itt.
Of chilling winds and .
Rate The Florida the I. .
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I OWN LENSE GRINDING. NO DELAY.
Cold :: WE DO OUR 4
} SUPPORT THE ANNUAL.A .
I ,. C. H. COLES & SON t
I ; recent announcement which appeared in the columns of The Alligator To give us pep.
I t stated the fact that the principal heads of The Seminole staff had recently : Jewelers and Opticians. Gainesville Florida.. .

1U 1 been selected by the Junior Clas The Alligator extends to these fortunate Each day we go i ... ..... .........................
; and at the same time unfortunate students, sincere congratulations, and heart-
felt .,-mpathies.13r the road these students have to travel as laid out by the About tIn ---.;;:::
:I r tI rest of the student body is long and rough and rocky with but little thanks, i it '
READ THE ADS IN THE ALLIGATOR
t or appreciation with the exception of the inner satisfaction which comes from I:j shirtsleeves t
\ a realization of a task well done at the ultimate goaL Bat even at that the !j
hr staff will probably get a multitude of suggestions as to the proper and best :,, ,i
To keep cemfort
i i method of publishing an annual-after the whole job is completed-but very j r

little help and co-operation daring the heartrending process of publication ; CLEAN LINEN ABUNDANCE
and the trying times prior thereto. i And still we crave

h i i'' It is this universal spirit of indifference which seems to permeate through ; ;f

I, the entire student body that The Alligator wishes to comment upon at some [ The dope, i
i,j length. f| ii i WE ARE READY TO RIDE

i. : Contrary to the popular conception which has heretofore prevailed upon the [ With ice and LET YOUR DIRTY DUDS SLIDE
campus among University students. The Seminole does not belong alone to i
the staff the few loyal students who are primarily liable for its issuance they Cones.
are nothing more than agents of the Junior Class and the Student Body but i I I I STUDENT LAUNDRY CLUBI
The Seminole belongs to the entire student body and for that reason if for not t
And aH that stuff.
other the entire student body should extend every aid to the staff in its publication I I
or at least they should not hinder and delay the staff in their effort to'' 1-
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d In only one way is this Utopian scheme of affairs possible and that is for aboutThe
it each and every man in the student body to do anything and everything thef!I f ..............................

,f staff may require done when and where they wish it done. By way of example J +
'. it might be recited that in order to have a complete Seminole representative sign that never fails STUDENT PRESSING CLUB
i of the University it is essential that every man's picture be displayed j
;; somewhere between the covers. Later on a schedule showing when i
For no matter how warm : "For the Students; By the Students"Pressing
i and where each student is to pose for a photograph will be prepared and :
{i t published. It is up to each individual man to have his picture taken at that I IJ i
J .;'.1' time-not before and not after. Do not stop with merely posing for the j j The sunSends I : Rates: 5 Pieces For $1.00.

J I photograph see that it is finished paid for and in the hands of the proper ,; 1. PRESSING DAYS: TUESDAYS THURSDAYS AND
;,.! person at the proper time. It is a small matter for one person to see about i i'J down his rays, ; + SATURDAYS ., i
i > his own picture but when it comes to one person seeing about everyone else's ', : Basement Science HalL On the Campus. vjgffifi3

\ picture it is task whkh might wen cause Hercules to pale with dread. !; The Fairer ones
": '" Last, but not least it behooves every student to purchase a Seminole. The | !..................... ...........

j t. cost is not great and in the years to come the sentimental value of the book | All
must wear __
't: will multiply many times over the original outlay for its chief worth lies in { '" -- --- n- J

: i.-i : the fact that it is a memoir of school life a mirror or review of the school I B2ffif82r .
'. Their Furs, so dainty, -
year. When the youth of the present day has traveled over life's way and -
becomes the man of the future it is possible that his truant thoughts will ; | "WE SELL MUSIC" 1
carry him back again amid those memories of "dear old college days" where, To let us know !Iii
Hes at home with friendly people in the shadow of his dreams." ins IF YOU WANT
-; For in the words of a mcdern poet: That sooner! or later i IF YOU ARE y
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'\ "Age will tell you that memory is the treasure-house of maL There must come i: REAL )MUSIC PARTICULAR,

: Gold and fleeting fame may vanish but life's riches never can; I GET yt!
For the little home of laughter and the voice of
friend
i And the joys of real contentment linger with us every to the end." The real breath of ::1 the NBV EDISON I II

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; LOYALTY TO ADVERTISERS. Sffiffiffiffifsaan

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\ From time to time editorial paragraphs have appeared in this column of From the northland i --

The Alligator impressing upon the students and faculty of the University the
; importance of supporting our advertisers. The Tulane Weekly, under the As of yore.
i'., :. above head has the following to say: t I MILLER'S
\ l "Advertising is at present a power that is honored and respected I ALLIGATOR COPY.
I.! in the business world. Advertising does not have to make excuses I

I i. for itself any more. Its period of wildness is over and it has settled Under contract with The News, the II
down to a lifelong and prosperous career. It is the great national I Alligator copy must be either typewritten I Agent For

i i ,. State county and city topic. Let us glance over what advertising or in very plain hand writing, NUNNALLY'S AND WHITMAN'S CANDIES
has done: It has made progress simultaneous; has kept cities in and side : TOMKINSON KEY FLORAL CO. '
on one of the only.
touch with each other; has kept customs well balanced; has been a paper
civilizing influence of immeasurable value. In fact advertising has This is very important, and organizations OF JACKSONVILLE
awakened energy and ambition throughout the entire country. or individuals contributing to '

"The live and up.to-date business men of New Orleans in the great the Alligator must bear this rule in ,
spirit of advertising and business and recognizing what the Tulane
mind the Staff
as does mot rate a
I Weekly means to the University' students and to the educationalside
stenographer.
of New Orleans, are running many advertisements in these first We
want the
v contributions butcan't ,
issues of our paper. '
use them unless they conform : DROP INYou'll
"Tulane men and women why not return the faith that the mer- i
to the rules. If in doubt about the j
chants and big men of New Orleans have in iis, ; our business! If
you smoke a pipe buy the tobacco from one of the advertisers in the of legibility the members of your of handwriting the Staff ask one I Be Welcome Whether or Not You Decide to Buy
p Weekly. The college man can find the best clothing houses in the I OTTO
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city through our paper. The Evening Telegram says that ,
"Let us be square and act fairly with the merchants of New Or- the editors of Lakeland are flying highin Alteration Cleaning
leans. They are interested in our welfare; let us show our appreciation the air now that flying is almostas Phone 354. PressingGainesville.
by doing all we can for them. You will find that it pays in the common a diversion as auto joy .
long run, and fits in with true American fair play."
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OF THE CLOTHES ifiifi !
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Reasonable prices. Sold all over M I !:!i Latest Models All Wool Suits, ; ,
lamps, but unlike other in the I
4f I any gateway What a story this gate would tell,if it could, !!:R $35.00. I I

t Florida by entire world. of the leaders of the electrical industry and "Society Brand" Fall Suits, 'y! i
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of ambassadors from other institutions .Ix
For back of it is the General Electric Com I
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. BAILEY II IITHE pany's main office building, accommodating I l I

. 2300 employees. And just next door is its The story would be the history of electric (

. laboratory with the best equipment for testlighting, electric transportation, electric in- I I Levy's i i

. CLOTHIER ing, standardizing and research a: the com diistrialc :and: electricity :.i the home. x
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mand of capable engineers. Then down the !
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TAMPA, FLORIDA I where everything electrical,from the smallresources back: of it, is open to all who are ; !Ii,.. y; t,

. I est lamp socket to the huge turbines for working for the battermant of the electrical 1 !fififififififififi! ! !fifi! !: i
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0' TOWN I fr.fr + + + + + + + + + + I 1 poem who wished a copy. I II I of the high wind. He continued his DON'T
1 I Throw Away Your Safety Razor
+ + Other students are always welcome journey today and made the trip safe-
I I Blades. I Sharpen All Makes to
+ SOCIAL + I to the Society which meets at 10! ly. He was accompanied by his wife
+ + 1| o'clock on Saturday morning. and their dog, "Sideslip." lIe will Cut as Good as New i

+ + + + + + + + + + + + 1 fly here commercially, carrying pas- Durham Duplex, per doz........._50c

I (Continued from Page Three.) Albert Whitted, St. Petersburg sengers. All other Double Edge, per doz. 35c -/
TAMPA FLA. a I Single Edge, per doz...___..........--.25c ,
gave a poem that was surpassedby I boy: who has been in the naval flying 4
The schools of Duval county will All Blades Hair Tested
L none. His poem dealt with the human corps, arrived in St. Petersburg a fewda's
I close December 19 and re-open Jan- Three Friends Barber ShopT.
-- touch and human understandingas ago in his airplane, which he recently -
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manifested in THE PERSIAN bought from Uncle Sam. He I days. Tampa, Florida
Do Business With
CAT. At the close of the meeting he I flew from Pensacola to Cedar Key I Mail Orders Receive Prompt Atten- f,
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PHIFER STATE BANK was besieged with admirers of the j yesterday and landed there on account The Florida Alligator, $1.50 yearly. tion J '
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Gray, left guard. and build the memorial. The memorial Fernandina News-Record is Association.
Vessella's Band opened"its engage-I Cohen, right guard. J will be erected in the recently purchased begging the people of that city, who I Thus it appears that if the proposed

ment in St. Augustine on Sunday for Subs: C. Duncan- forward; C. An- I park on Riverside avenue,I are able to do so, to build houses for I budget system is approved by the
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