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Title: The Florida alligator
Alternate title: Summer school news
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Alternate Title: Daily bulletin
Orange and blue daily bulletin
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Language: English
Publisher: the students of the University of Florida
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: December 19, 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).
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En! ''I SOUTHERN INTERCOLLEGIATE A. A. WILL !DEBATERS CHOSEN i FRESHMEN CAPTURE SOPHS FLAG j'



MEET HERE FOR. 1920 CONVENTION;' TRIANGULAR MEET IN FIRST TWO MINUTES OF PLAY II' i


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COACH BUSER RETURN AND FROM PROFESSORBECK BIRMINGJ: I J GETTING READYI LAWYERS HAVE HALF OF TEAM : COOLEY CLUB IS i iPHIJJELTA GREAT SPIRIT SHOWN PREVIOUSTO j

I TO GO AGAINST SOUTH CAROLINA .ANNUAL FLAG RUSH AND '

HAM WITH ANNOUNCEMENTS: | FOR ATHLETICS ; TENNESSEE I
I AND IN :. PHI TUG OF WAR BETWEEN RATS
TO I I ;
OF INTEREST ATHLETES.
:MARCH.
I I AND SOPHOMORES. I

. ;h'--: I I BASKETBALL, TRACK ATHLETICS -; i i i PETITION GRANTED LOCAL LEGAL \
is for I
Gainesville Next Convention I the '
The trycuts for annual debate. Both Classes ActinOff'e11sh"e and
GYMNASIUM
CLASSES, FRATERNITY AFTER ,
of Important Athletic Association : with: South CarolinA and Tennessee :
i ETC.. WILL BE ON THE PROGRAM YEARS OF EFFORTS-TO BEl I IINSTALLED Defensive :Measures Before GreatDay I,
r -Many New Rules Are to '! was held last Thursday night. In I j
i OF PREPARATION.That AFTER nOUDA YS. -Freshmen Outnumber Sophs ;
be Enforced During Year. I spite of the inclement weather all of i ,
I I and take Flag in Short Time. i
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I the contestants and judges turned I
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the athletic life of the University -I After five of constant effort ] I
years |
I out. The question for debate was: ;
Professor E. C. Beck made public, in i j
I of Florida did not come to a close I II' Resolved that boards of arbitrr.tio'i; a group of loyal students, enrolled in j Enthusiasm waxed high when a
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a talk at last Tuesday's chapel meeting i i I roll call of Freshmen and Sophomoreswas
with '
the end of the football
season to ::the Law Department at the Unh"esityof '
with shcud! le
;, some of the more important proceedings \ compulsory powers e- taken last week in preparationfor
'retrain dormant until the horse hvte,. j Florida, Lave 1: reaped the harvest of ;
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of the annual convention of > s disputes ? ueerjrganszed : ', the annual flag-rush. Secret
succeeds: the pigskin next spring, is : their: sowing the form of chartci j
the Southern Intercollegiate AthleticAssociation. ,, I labor: and capital. Fifteen: in a : meetings oi both sides brought forth 1

Of foremost interest to 'the positive assurance of Athletic Director : :!contestants representing: .c b.!r t' in Phi Delta Phi!, the g-eatest legal ;>I the best means of strategy to be used { :

A. L. Buscr. "Ccach" is just fraternity in the world. in the foithccmlng: fray, to say nothing J y ; 1
;. talent in the school, participated I i 1
students and friends Qf.the" University
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i j about the busiest "little man" in the j I 1 This signal honor comes to the University of the blood curdling yells: and (
of Florida is the fact that the Despite the fact that there \.as ne i i I 'i a merry chase across! the surrounding i :
city nowadays getting everything : of Florida: and the Law Col- I II
next annual convention: of the above- >: actual opposition, the debates won : ountry that followed the butting in I
whipped in shapefor the..basketbaU') ;' leg alter:' continued eTorts: on part i I
earned organization will be held in 'spirited and give promise to) very i iI I [j of two rats on a sophomore mecung. ;
; Gainesville, convening on or about December .program, gymnasium exercises, track !I I j I: of the Coo'ey: Club, a local honorary i iI i ii s' [
| good teams not only for this debate Friday night preceeding the flag- E
I: I Ii (i I legal f aternity, to secure a charter i! I
14, 1920. Professor Beck and stunts and such. lie states that there j rush mysterious wended their :
i but for the Louisiana State Univyrs :|: from I hi Delta Phi. The Cooley :| pasties
Coach Buser represented the Univer- is a fine possibility of the University I 'i I way in and about, trying to evade the .
lity of Florida at the recent convention i I ity debate as well.The :j: Club, which was named after the', watchful of the two guardiansI
1 of Florida sending a team of ten men eyes
in Birmingham, and it is due speakers chosen to repr.. m' i iI i i celebrated jurist, Judge Cooley, was : of the Meritorious "(
to Atlanta, Ga., sometime during: the I!I ,I "ormed in the Law College early in !j I i campus. bravery
largely to their eTorts that the association : FloriJa in the Triangular Dobatt :j : stood cut all over Hacksaw and with r..

Gd elected Gainesville as the next first part of the ensuing year for a j(I were Lchlter: ; Jones, Stein and Peacock 1 I,I i the year of 1914, its inception was i I Ii i I: his acccutiiment of walking stick,
A !
due to the fact students
that a of -!
: group
: meeting place.Professor ;, part in the big track meet which will :: with: Wiliams: and DeSilva as flash lght: and horse pistol he es- ,i
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Beck said that there were ; be held under the auspices of the i ii i,! alternates. As yet no definite ar- j, who were making the law their I Illfc's t I sayed to put fear of the law into the -
1|! studsaw the need for some I i
28 members of the S. I. A.A. of whom '
iangements have been made tc' j hearts of
as and
i Georgia School of Technology, better : wayward rats trss1 ,
; method of communication and understanding -! "'" -
26 were represented at the convention.This |: how the men will pair off, but for the i' 1 I passing sophomores. We learn from i
known the Tech.
: as Georgia ; between the more earnest of
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association controls the athletic 1! present Stein and Lichliter will take'; i i'I j! Dr. Buchholz that everyone is sup- 1
The: gymnasium at the :' the law students, hence the club was i
affairs of the in the South- program
territory the negative, while Jones and Pea- : posed to be in bed before one dock

east, bounded by the Mississippi on 1 University will be put on in earnest cock will prepare the affirmative. The I'I formed for the purpose of promoting; ''on the night preceeding a flag-rush

the West, and North Carolina on the just after the Christmas holidays. It a higher grade of class work, and for :
I: debate proper will not take place until j i land that no abduction is to be carriedon.
i 't the of pet.ticning Phi Delta 4 4i
orth. I is compulsory that Freshmen and :, the third Friday in March and un- I purpose ,
: Mr. i I i Phi. From the first the Cooley Club .
take this
*3 The most important business before Sophomores course.
til then the two teams will be
constantly -
I' Such new rules hearken us back to
has herd: true to this resolve i
3ral the body was the consideration and Buser believes that there will be a i iIt I tempting -
= |: at work as every effort must the good old days when in the weesma'
offers for National affiliation
number of the Juniors and ]
of the constitution
approving new rye ::
be made to redeem Florida's foremost ,
which after some debate was adopted. i i Seniors taking the course, also. In '!: in the Triangle. have been made them from time to 'ours of the night persons were

Some of the most salient points and i, the matter of basketball, some good 1,i j position I time by other legal fraternities, but seen to carry a bound object silently
Shortly after the Christmas holidays from the halls and the next heard of I
each time they turned down.
revisions, as well as additions, are'follows a; : games are being booked and" it is be- ; were
: i lievcd that the student body will have : the tryout for the Louisiana i E. D. Beggs has just returned from said object it had spent a night midstnature's
( State debate on the question of surroundings listening to
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One-Year Rule-All Freshmen, or occasion to grow wild on their return gov- Bloomington, Ill., where he went sometime i: I
,i einment ownership and operation of : the coo-coo of the mocking bird, the \
first year; students, who have the necessary from the holidays at home. It rJi i I : back to represent the Cooley'
s! the coal mines will take place. This : razor of the razor-back and the lowing ,
entrance qualifications, may be | trams to be seen, however, whetherthe Club in presenting their petition: at I
debate will also take the I I of the heifer.
> place
eligible} to participate in intercollegiate i- team will be sent to the Georgia i i on an international convention of Phi
campus during the month of March. i At one o'clock in the morning University
athletics. (There was some talk Tech or not.Athletic i Delpa Phi. When "Dixie" returned i

of excluding Freshmen.) Director Buser is an interesting The Debating Council has before it 1 he brought noire the bacon, in th' I avenue was besieged with an J

Entrance Qualifications-Owing to. talker along the line of the I i; at the present time communications form of a promise from the august : avalanche of Freshmen threatening ,

the fact that the High Schools of past seasons football. lie is a boost-I f from Tulane University and David- :1 convent ion that a charter would be every passer-by with dire punishment

South Carolina are not in a positionto er of what the army has done for son's College relative to arranging a I granted and a chapter installed here should he happen to be a Sophomore.
debate for These will be I
give a 14-credit course, the en- :. athletics. "Think of Center College I' next year. I soon after the Christmas holidays. I On the following morning warlike

trance requirements are lowered to 12 in Kentucky and what it has done in I i brought up to the student body for !1 Some of the difficulties which heI : hostilities commenced, increasing as

credits; that is, any student having 12 '! athletics this season. It looms uP''. discussion. Within recent years our I overcame in gaining this concession II the time set for the rush came nearer

high school credits is eligible to participate : as raving just about the best foot- i j i University has grown at a rapid pace may easily be infered when it is and nearer. Despite the fact that a

in intercollegiate athletics, ball team in the United States, all i and the Debating Council now feel I known that of the twenty-six petitions I number of men were tied up and

though two conditions must be made points considered. Besides this, the |i that we should enlarge our activities presented at the convention others were carried off, very few failed -

up by the close of the scholastic year. ; recognized all-American center is a''I in this direction.TO only three (including the Cooley I to show up at the appointed time.

Pay for services-No student who' man of just a little bit betetr than i Club) charters were granted.Phi The details of the rush itself are
ALL STUDENTS IN THE !.
receives gifts, pay, or other remuneration -' 150 pounds. This is why we mean to ;I Delta Phi is the largest legal ; best left to b: shown by the table cf

or who bets on the games, is I i I go strong on gym work and track I DEPARTMENT: OF CHEMISTRYFor fraternity in the world. Not only is tl statistics following. It is suffice to

eligible to play, under the new rules. '''work I as soon as the Christmas holidays i It the biggest in the world, but its; ; say that both sides adopted the planof
I 1 I the of and
Professional class-No student who are over," he stated yesterday. purpose recognizing t the previous The
I I I I honoring those whose work is of the activities: cover the world, for it is year. Sophomores -
plays baseball underclass
I professional da, has not been fully consummated. ; "A" class, as defined by the instruc- II an international organization. Among i built their pyramid before thewhistle I II
A B C D and who
or ,
blew
then raised the
its members are found the most noted I I flag by 1
thati tors the Ek
Society organized
However, Professor Beck states was I
has Guide
signed an American Sports : its the
position
instructors and leaders in legal reversing making
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'i Coach Buser is hard on the trail of a last year. I i
Contract, is eligible to play intercolle- fields. It was several years before I bottom:: the top, and vics-vcrsa. The
have two- The conditions of
tiata 1 big Northern game, that we membership are
games. : the civil war that Phi Delta: Ph' ; Freshmen formed a scud wedge and
Tulane those of the
contracts with Ogletharpe, essentially the same as
Xo who in intercollegiate year
one plays drove its into the of locked
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came into existence at the Universityof i apex mass
games and fails to make 12 and Georgia, and that we may I great honor society, the Phi Beta
one year armed defenders around the cf
base
Michigan: Law School since thattime :
;, obtain dates with any or all of Su- Kappa; and all students in the De- ,
college credit hours that ,
year may following war.ee, Mississippi A. & M. and the i partrr.ent of Chemistry are eligible it has gradually grown to its the tree. Rat Bradley succeeded in
play in intercollegiate the -
games i dimensions I bringing down the flag for the Fresh-
} University of Tennessee, and perhaps who meet the conditions. present noble placing
year. j' : Howard Uni-ii f! chapters only in the best law schools men in the record time: of two minutes:
I Another important ruling is the one 'a same::: with Furman or It is not a secret organization, andis !
: purely honorary and social.: I of the land. The fact that the Cooley and"two seconds. i
,i\ versity.
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regarding early preliminary.practice .
I- and training tables: N-footbaU team The attitude of the convention was Nominations are made by the instructors Club was able to secure this charter Statistics of the Day's Events.

Ii preliminary one advocating cleaner sports and i 1 of the department and applications speaks volumes for the character of FlagrushWen by Freshmen- sE
i! may begin } practice earlier -
a than September 15, and no school ': higher standard scholarship on the | for membership are not in or- i! wcrk done in the College of Law at I. Time:"2 min, 2 sec.

, may maintain a regular training table. 1 part of the players. Incidentally, the der, except through the type of work !! the University of Florida. Tug-of-War-Undeeidcd Time 1

This gives the gist of the important i''S. I. A. A.-is one of the largest, if not I that is done. Unanimous vote of the 4|I When the Cockrell Inn,,is installed r hour, 45 minutes. i

, of i THE largest association of its kind i. I I entire membership is required for the following, ; young men who are at Push Ball-Forfeited to Freshmen.
action, :exclusive of the arranging Ii t' 'I
schedules, which- in the case of FloripectedThaWlarge'quantity'of |the United States. .. |election. i (Continued on Poge Five. .(Continued on Page Five.) r

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size and off color fruit will be saved. i Green, right forward. j red t and plans outlined to raise funds !iJ request of the students and the Alumni

: I Gray, left guard. I and build the memorial. The memorial '[ Fernandina News-Record is 1 Association.Thus .

Vessella's Band opened its engage Cohen, right guard. I J will be erected in the recently purchased begging the people of that city, who it appears that if the proposed

ment in St. Augustine.on Sunday for [ Subs: C. Duncan,,forward; C. Anderson I I park on Riverside avenue, are able to do so, to build houses for i budget system is approved by the
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I !,1; SANITARY BARBERSHOP 1 Burton Bars a graduate '65 practices .

t featured, law in Jacksonville. Bevo must be served cold.
I LI Day was
I I 'i!i by the many alumni who came over W D. Payne and Norris MeEloy
I t <: GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA.I Ito the festivities. This is an annual i are attorneys at Miami. I I

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'! 'S"r Pasguate D. Ficaio, of Tampa, is =Q'E
r ,f -Florida Barber Shop- were here during the past week and in the tailoring business. = tdtl _
a short account of what'they are now '
, : FOR STUDENTS AND W. E. Caruthers farms at Webster -
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I OTHERS : Fla.Claude. 1 ,
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T. K. Cass is HOW a physician in 1
: J. W. Hardy is engaged in government -
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NICK D4MATOHIGH Marcos Brown of the clans of 1915, ,
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l'J f lives sear Lawtey, Fla." in Gainesville.The ,

/ A. G. Sboads, a graduate of 1913, Manatee County Agent is W. Sold pv ry.vhrr.PamiliPSwpplie. .- '
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manufacturing bosiaess at
Roscoe Briggs, of the class of '1. grocer drui t and '',
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The Pasco County Demonstration ; government work at Macclenny. cordially invltrd tot
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IIC't' I Agent is Frank Merrin, a graduate i i L. B. Thrasher of Micanopy is al- inspect our 1lan & 1. =

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i.lf I i ii nandina, Fla. ,! is the City Editor of the Jackson- fei JJville
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Bill Watkins is with the Buick: ; I
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1 1 1I Agency in Jacksonville. j Forest Kilgore now lives in Or- PALM
I Another of our lawyers is R. F. 1 lando. j. J{ PARLOR

I !.1 McGuire, who is practicing in Or. R. H.Ty" Cobb, is a lawyer injf i 1
I .t! lando. Orlando.
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old friends on the campus on HomeComing i j Advertising. 1l;l t

'" Day. Bill-"The name the front
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I 'J.f' Sidney D. Padgett is teaching at! an auto saved my life today." J Sheet Music. High Grade Candies.

'...rJ Cedar Key. j i Dick-"No? What did it say." $ Crane's Exclusive Stationary
t .;'< : C. Jackson is another one of our Bill-"Dodge." Exchange.. I: ..
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I i; Cove Springs. I in his jeans. Glad I haven't a des ADS IN THE ALLIGATOR

i : Harry E. Wood, a grad of 1917 is i j 1 cription of him. -
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:..i That their tailor they have tried farming at E\mston. Guess, though, he intended buying 1 Yi!ifflffiRssffifKywffiffi
J_ W. Shand is practicing law in' a hat and of shoes
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ENJOYED AT EPWORTH HALL j articles will be contributed from time I : Tongues :
to time
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and friends of the I .
Members Epjrorth Who coined that
'I phrase "For a :
League gathered at Epworth Greater Florida ,. I
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was first .
seen ::
Haa!l last Friday evening in a most en- ''I by: the writer on the first page of the I fO 51 : :
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j0yabe! tacky party. I University weekly] just under the title : A. : : i'

Bright and gaudy were the cos.1tumes j words: The Florida Alligator. He I : .".. ,I I

I of the evening, representing every -, next saw it on a lapel tag presented Cou1dTa1k' h :
phase of social life. The various to him by an enthusiastic member of'' i i' i
participants included the conspicuous- the Alachua County Alumni Associa- : : .

;y patched Crosstie Ike, the typically I tion, it having been adopted as the -t) '

countrified Farmer Corntassel and : slogan of that local society. i J ;

family of Hogwaller Crossroads, Dr. I Cut no matter whose phrase it is. i :

Ima Nutt, Who R. Youse, It voices the spirit and sentiment of :
KiHenif : THEY'D TELL A FAR MORE INTERESTING STORY THAN ANY WE t i
Hon. Mr. Willie Fewclothes, us all who really do stand for and wish :
t!:e RL ; COULD THINK OF. THEY'D RELATE THEIR HISTORY FROM THE v
E qHn. John D. Seldomfed, and ; to see a greater Florida. j : TIME THEY WERE CUT FROM GENUINE CALF-SKIN UNTIL THEY t

prince Albert and Lord Chesterfieldof I Back yonder about sixteen or seven- :' x WERE TRIMMED, FINISHED AND SENT TO ONE OF THE THREE f

R. J. Reynolds.The I I teen ea-s ago those politicians who PORTER STORES TO BECOME PART OF THIS GREAT ORGA ..nZAt -
young gentlemen of the occasion passed the Buchman bill which concentrated TION'S POPOGANDA OF QUALITY. 8
exhibited rather backward atti- the schools! of higher learning < .

j as they are now, had a vision of ;
;ale, while the shy young gentle sex BLACK, BROWN AND TAN LEATHERS IN LASTS THAT FIT THE.
gathered at the other end of the room. a fifteen greater Florida. Back yonder about: )I o FOOT COMFORTABLY AND CORRECTLY, i

After many enjoyable and lovely years ago those University1officials 0

games, the prizes for the participantswere and professors who helped I o Everything that Men and Boys Wear <>
awarded. The most tacky appearing move our school to Gainesville had a *
I I vision of a greater Florida. It i is :
were rewarded. The young+ ,
.s-iy! ipon whom this honor was be- : hardly probable that the vision oi : O i I
I those men was anything beyonJ what jj j -
Lowed was Miss Samanthy Lizzie 4. :
i Comtassel of Hogwaller Crossroads, j we actually see today when we travel, I I 0 ,
by auto or ankle, down our ellipse- {
known in civilian life as Miss Dell. +l .
turnpike. 'Had Drs. Farr Andersen ,
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The man of the hour was Crosstie :
I and Crow and Prof. Cawthon and Mrs. :
Ikea gentleman of fortune, known by
Swanscn done the Van Winkles I
Rip
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hs friends as Bob Miller.! 'I
This presentation was followed by unt from September 1st, 1905, till Ii I : Corner Bay and Laura Jacksonville, Fla. A : I
speeches from many. The Hon JohnD. I i November 27th, 1919, dreaming theirvision !
i l of a greater Florida, upon .
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Seldomfed, in the person of Mr. : ,
awakening they would have been :. : ,1
This
Oberdorfer, presiding. worthyalso
favored an apppreciative audience dumb-founded at the Florida I saw : + 9 v.. ..
I on that latter date. 1 1t 1x
with: a speech in hi4 unusually ap- -- ;
i laudable manner of delivery. ;i But we (those persons included) iI i the Athens of the South, the Oxford t
i I have a vision of still a greater Flor- ;
Music which hath charms inspireda of America. w
ida. Down in the den of the Alligator
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period of conversation after which i I Let's all get that vision and lets all y GREENLEAF & CROSBY CO. |
j is a cut of the plan of the University. ; t
the merry-makers departed in a happy: strive for its realization. Those who ffi /
i In the book store there are post cards'! w
and amiable spirit to their respective
i showing this, plan. We have all seen |! are now toiling to master the art and NOTED FOR QUALITY !jfjH 1
.homes.
I it. As we think of this plan we see: science to be found in her halls must DIAMONDS, FINE JEWELRY, CHINAWARE, !:! ,

FOR A GREATER FLORIDA the University of 1944, sooner perhaps -! not be so selfish as to forget the \ery S GLASSWARE AND SILVERWARE g

- -- .- ', a city: in itself-a city of splendor mother of their learning. Those who g!: ,.11. West Bay Street. Jacksonville, Florida. g
This is the first of a series of short! of betcay! of culture and of art- are now fighting life's battles, made ifi ifiK

C] articles by Ralph Stoutamire, Presi': the haven of those seeking knowledge, stronger by the powers pained while CLASS PINS-RINGS-MEDALS-TROPHIES Sj

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Every room ought to get a good live daily. Subscribe for THE I '. their daily successes so much f;j!:-! !: !: : : !:h :rr ;:;! :fiFi: Y;!: !: Si: t

ATLANTA GEORGIAN and SUNDAY AMERICAN. Contains a greater than the other felow's. !;; x I II !
crau.,-r-ja.k sr rtir.g section.. Delivered 20c per week. I ,

P. II. GILLEN, Agent. Room 41, Buckman Hall'I I; SAVINGS OF CELEBRITIES I I Im
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- TENNIS AND OTHER SPORTING GOODS. Darwin: "I could a tail unfold!" inifi Strings, Drummer's Traps

Lillian Russell: "A thing of beau- .

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s size- and Gray, left guard. and build the memorial. The memor- The Fernandina Association.Thus

Vessella's Band opened"its engagement 1 Cohen, right guard. I ial will be erected in the recently purchased begging the people of that city, (I Il it appears that if the proposed
Sunday for Subs: C. Duncan, forward; C. Anderson park on Riverside avenue, are able to do so, to build houses for i j budget system is approved by the
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I EDITOSJAL DEPARTMENT + + : I them at 30e. 75c and $1.00.

. Dewey A. Dye, Editor in CftiefManaging + + + + + + + + + + + + L. C. SMITH, JEWELERNorth
; Goodrich CepelaBd, EdnsrAsst. : Side of Square. Gainesville, FIori4tj

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John H. Carter,Jr.. __ __ Cireshttioc Marssge: Kirk because i + t
-Enf red a.s'seeend eta** matter: Septesaber S, 1912 a: the post: a ice atGaizesvffle J- Glasses t

f F. i j Fla.under the Art of March 3d IS.'. The AWptc : + Eyes ,
Place all eoesr3=:icatiors and news hems is boxes designated for that esed. \ F"Itted. .

t i II I.J purpose in Peabody and Language Halls. Has i : !: t

t :. Fionda SI-5Q the t
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!' Althocgk it may not seem of great importance, it wscld be weH for earn There is Beehi g:; Xke Jewelers and Opticians. GanessReFlorida: ..
student: to coB&kier carefully the varied phases of the question before 1te'f
I expresses as opiams oe the League of Natioes pact is the eoeteraplated straw| Beisgr frank, .. .. .......... ........O....

1 ; rote after the Christmas! holidays. The Pensaeda Journal has the fH.wise j; .
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j to say is regard to g vemseEts vs. general: :

I .r GOVERNMENT AND THE PEOPLE | tell yea abit it.Ys .- READ THE ADS IN THE ALLIGATOR
I The ladepewlest has begun the pobUeatioB of -a series of *-ses-5ags | .
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I PresW eBttlson., appears IB the issue of December ISth. r
; In this foreword, as a cure for unrest, the President semis to Ute It takeses :
: j' Am-erieais people the fallowing message: ;Fw I. I IT CLEAN LINEN IN ABUNDANCEWE

t ls "Unrest is evident everywhere throughout the world. It is riot .! sake the wwii $o j

itself a disease, but a symptom of disease. In our own country the i

disease lies priaripaOy outside the gvverszsect. Those who thick T cirf, C] ARE READY TO RIDE
otherwise are mostly the newcomers and the men they have isdcecced.The !
cure far their disquiet: is a fuller knowledge of American isstitutiens. Aid it takes MONEY ? LET YOUR DIRTY DUDS SLIDE

In this nation the people have in their ballots the instruments
To run a paper .
of peaceful chaste. ; !
LAUNDRY CLUB
I "We can know if the change is desirable only by knowing all the So we have Vt. ; STUDENT

,, : facts about the thug we wish to alter. The journals that give the
facts about government, its policies and activities set down by the men j Cut the space for

principally responsible for them will perform a public service. They f -
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to the people. As the Business Manager .. .... .... ... .. .. . ......
"Men today are blessed with a new curiosity about their govern i o
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;, ments. Everywhere they are demanding that the doors behind which t
I g secret policies have been incubated be thrown open and kept open | Cam it, i!; | STUDENT PRESSING CLUB ;

henceforth. The doors that do not respond to the keys the people hold And run some ads i|
r', ;L 1 win be battered down and free passageways erected in their stead. > : "For the Students; By the Students"

I i "Autocratic governments of the past have lived by concealment; j But the good i j

: 4$ free governments must live by urderstandi.g. In the new day that is + Pressing Rates: 5 Pieces For J1.M.
dawning only those governments that have no secrets from their j B. }I. <
PRESSING DAYS: TUESDAYS THURSDAYS AND
: endure. I do that such
I peoples an Isng not say governments will i:
SATURDAYS
make no mistakes bat I do say mistakes will be fewer and more easBy Said the other day
Basement Science HalL On the Campus/
: corrected when all governments are guided by well informed pubKc f t
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I Over pebbly-bottomed rivulet and riH. Florida Alligator i $

: :;; I lure and I invite to the cities of delight; IF YOU WAr IF YOU ARE .
In the near
; ;: Come, and follow me, today whoever wHL f f!x Y+
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t Future ;!i iSo KS REAL MUSIC PARTICULAR,
I t Follow me, if you are journeying for health t 1 ii i GET $

I! >4 For I run by cooling: hills and healing: streams i|dj j tfiIf '
:: Follow me, oh. you pursuer after wealth; j ? 71 NfWEDISONMILLER'S
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for aught >ou seek or need follow me with zeal and speed; \ !
; T.; I will take you to the city of :your dreams.I : Soon after the i a'imarcfi 'inifiinuaj

I, I Vacation .
I bear ;
without .
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'h Of every fashion fortune and attire. t There w2J be I

I ,. There are romance and adventure round the bend. ,
And the things you chiefly cherish and admire. Eight pages in !
Follow me! Follow me! Over wold and wood and lea, J t

I will lead you to the land of hearts' desire. I) Our effort. I

THOMAS LOMAX HUNTER. Agent ForNUNN'ALLY'S

I While it is a tough proposition to be homesick and stuck away here at the But s1oot- I AND WHITMAN'S CANDIES

University of Florida stifl that is no reason why a man should fail to return i TOMKINSON KEY FLORAL CO.
t to the fold after the holidays.Angelo i
i It's so near Christmas Ei E OF JACKSONVILLE

may have said that "Trifles make perfection but perfection is not i

trifle But that is no reason why a trifling! person should be considered" That we haven't time E!

perfect. -

To worry over t
1 Ask any Rat or Old Man either for that matter and see how quickly he can I I tI tI

tell you the number of days until the Christmas holidays.The That. I DROP IN


Alligator wishes you a happy New Year after the usual Merry C1-.rist- f You'll Be Welcome
mas. So fI Whether or Xot You Decide to Buy

I OTTO F. STOCK
Whatever happened to that Athletic Association amendment? Here's MERRY CHRISTMASand I TAILOR
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= = I Is FRESHMEN CAPTURE I I in the red and green of Christmas !j furnished amusement by their addresses f !f.! ! ! ! I I

SOPIl OMORES' FLAG fame. j some of which were ratherIi!

From the first the strains of music j j original. During the evening, ice !jf: YOUR SMILE OF x ax i
(Continued
from Page One.) and "jazz" as it flowed in liberal cream, cakes, cigars, candy and punch !if:

Teams for Tug-of-War: streams from the various instruments j were served. S x I
Freshmen-Winfield, Rosenhouse SATISFACTION
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Orchestra --
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Jazz
of the Universtiy ;
-. Wilson, (L. M), Brown, Cobb, Webb, which furnished the music, charmed : STOUTAMIRE THANKS !tf: xyi!:
Mahannah, Swaitz ( ry j
Gunn, Bird. I the dancers and made possible a most [ THE ORGANIZATIONS !:fi i I
\%\ SophomoresCaisson, McDonald, !Ii
enjoyable evening.Refreshments I Iy; .
Scott, Moser, Tolbert I i
Nichols Auld
4w of various sorts I The following letter has been received if; !:fi
Jariamiassen Connell I
Wuthridge. coupled with unique favors served to from Ralph Stoutamire, PresS> I Ii
: Regarding the Tug-of-War. !! i
Due top off a "gay" time. Dresses of II ident of the Alumni Association: i if;
to some criticism !
regarding MI Mi M
the outcome of the J bright-hue, worn by the home and "Permit me to thank, through the : !if: fi!: I
Tug-of-War held i visiting ladies added zest and chic to I !fi
> : last : columns of your paper, the University j :
w\ Saturday, the members of the y ,1
the scheme.
decorative and students, the Y. I.f Iih
faculty !
Junior class :
request that the follow- ;
'I The Pike dance was the last social 'I' !fin I
ing be published: C. A., the Pan-Hellenic Council, and 0 : g; J I
The tug-of-war function of any note on the ante- fact all who contributed so ener- ,! 5 .. !:fi
which
followed x
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cusly to the entertainment of the :
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shortly after !
ti3 flag-rush, was a ,4 !
Alumni and old men during HomeComing if:I 1,
very singular contest of its kind, !Ii
ac- COOLEY CLUB IS I'IIIHEI.TA PHI y:
t : cording to the rules formulated by 0 days. I am sure I voice the q! !Ii

% t \ the Juniors the victory 'was to be i (Continued from Page One) true sentiments of all former students y!! ,
when I this of all homecomings !y i iI $
Ii awarded to the team that sueceeJed ; present, active members of the Cooley say greatest :! !:fi
61V in pulling the opposing team over the I Club will ride the legal goat: L. Z. I could not have been a success ij!f! !Ii

,, ,, center line. In the case of all prev- Morgan, Dewey A. Dye, E. D. Beggs, I without the support of all organizations y!] !:fi
H it 0I !Ii
and
the was
ious tug-of-war's, the struggle has I H. L. Thompson, o. x." Thompson, j on campus yi !fi
that made it such a'' yI :
ended in this manner within 45 min- H. A. Carlton, H. S. Bailey, E. B. i largely your part .

..,. 1\, : utes. But last Saturday this was II Hampton F. H. Mellor, W. 11.Iadi- I I magnificent success this time.Iay' jj
'J t : not the case. son1., ,. J. Bivens A. P. Marshall, J. j 1 this be the beginning of many prece- [ !y:j !:
I dents. ij !
Soon after the contest began it developed -1* A. Franklin, P. D. Barnes and C. H. i L Yrx!
"The unexampled action of the student i' ;; !
that the teams were perfectly I Lichliter.It i
Ii ..1, -ballanced.-- Under the voluntary: I! is one of the rules of the Phi body last spring and the voiced''' land i

I and efficient coaching of Spain for I II Delta Phi that the chapters or Inns, demonstrated sentiments of the S

'f I the Rats and Tichnar for the Sophs,j as they are called, shall be named after alumni convinces me that the futurejj I [ .
4 !: the two teams pulled and tuged with j distinguished jurists or others of FLORIDA is safe and certain. By : i 1 .its.1 CAC'C : : !IiIi

... \ equal strength and force, swaping j prominent in the practice and adI I concentrated efforts of FLORIDA 11: R Owing Sttni Itotht !!:fi

( rope back and forth by the inches.! ministration of the law, as there is al-1 men the 'Baby University of thejj I! nIi x
I Neither side seemed to make any decided i ready one Cooley Inn in Phi Delta South' is sure to become the greatest J j: !Ii J
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CAMPUS TOGS and permanent gain. After one ; Phi the members of the Cooley Club institution of learning in America. : IS THE BEST ADVERTISEMENT !W: j jfi

J'i f' hour of such struggling, both teams i!\ recently decided to name their Inn "Very cordially, : : OF THE CLOTHES S I

SUITS AND OVERCOATS at f I' were thoroughly intrenched and i iI jT after Judge R. S. Cockrell, of the law "RALPH STOUTAMIRE, ; fl WE SELL !yj: i
t' T I neither showed prospects of giving ; faculty. Judge Cockrell is a "President Alumni Assn. !Yr j

Reasonable prices. Sold all over *3 in or gaining over the other Between j ber of Phi Delta Phi, having mem-I' i iI Latest Models All Wool Suits, ,

: intermittent pulling spells the initiated at the University of Virginia -i i THE CHRONIC BUM $33.00. !:fi
Florida byTHE t( during his school days, and I I "Society Brand" Fall Suits, y!: I
i j men would find a little rest. The 1---
H i contest gave indications of lasting in- was for many ;years a member of the 1 1I I The other fellow's brain was madeto and Overcoats !Ii I
b work problems. Use it. x $";;.00 to $60.00.
Court of Florida. This your
Supreme
definitely and working an injury to rJ t
BAILEY j I the contestants. After 40 minutes i' tribute is paid the "JUDGE," as the | The other fellow's cigarette was !: ;;nLevy's '

\ longer, still no progress had been i i fellows affectionately call him, as a !! made for you to smoke. Puff it. i ififfi

,, made and Louis Tatem, who was acting I I! measure of thanks for the counsel and, I The other fellow's pencil was made : I'Ii

t CLOTHIER tt1 tt1H 1 as referee announced that it was II |I aid of this sage man during the trying j for you to swipe. Nab it. !' !

I expedient to bring the contest to ]I i times before securing the char- I i The other fellow's hat was made for' !ir: !:fi
; St. II : 1 ter. you to borrow. Wear it. ; ifiifi Bay and Hogan Streets
M 203-207 Lafayette r i. some kind of termination and gave I II I y'!:
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warning that five minutes mote was !ifi Jacksonville, Fla. !:
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TAMPA, FLORIDA 1'11'XU: PLANT 'j for to Use it. ; .:-
: : the time limit. Immediately this you use. I
CITY CLUBS MEET The other fellow's was made nrfixrfi iYrYrr3rYrfiY'firfi! ! i'fiYr'! iYrrfi'fi! !
;:.::. -::-:::.. :::::: .::: >;;! brought about a storm of criticism, money I
I but the whistle sounded, ending the j The Tampa and Plant City Clubs I to buy you a dope with. Dope it. i,
tug-of-war, after hour and forty-j : The other fellow's time was made'
one
held a joint meeting in the form of a I ADAMKATZ&CO.CORRECT !
five minutes. 1 i for you to monopolize. Monopolize .
smoker Friday evening in the i
PICTURES and PICTURE FRAMES i Technically neither side can be nasium. Both clubs were well repre-gym i I I it.The. I II i ii I Ii 1 i j

ORAH I called the victors; the result is by j i sented and a lively program was carried i i, other fellow's ears were made ito I CLOTHES I
circumstances a draw, but it must listen at what you have to say.
out mostly of impromptu (
N ORTOX j consisting -1 '1'
OVELTIES !. be recognized that the Sophs pulled talks and speeches by every- I Say it. II | FOR MEN
their side and The other fellow's things might just i ii 1 :
l 38 inches of rope to one present, interspersed with frequent -I
Greeting Cards they have credit for that much. trips to the punch bowl. Sev- i as well be on the floor. Mess 'em

i iI The mistake was made by not hav- eral of the speakers made some very i I up. L
with. There i The other fellow's luck made for
ing a time limit to begin interesting talks on ways and means was I
-I: has been much adverse criticism of of getting the State and home coun- you to cuss. Spit 'em out.

I the result, and neither class seems ties back of us in our work at the Uni- j The other fellow's study hour is an I YBOR CITY, FLA. '
HILLSBOROTOP ,
HOTEL to be satisfied. They are given the versity. i I ideal time to raise hell. Tear 'em I 1 :

I privilege to repeat the tug-of-war The meeting was conducted by W. i down. I

0' TOWN II for a more definite result, and this I J. Bivens, who acted as temporary :j I The other fellow is an animal, same DON'T j

may occur later in the year. i chairman., The subject of forming a I as you. Treat him as such. II Throw Away Your Safety Razor

I Hillsboro County Club composed him? Blades. I: Sharpen All Makes to :

THE PIKE CHRISTMAS DANCE I chiefly of the two clubs but includingall I The other fellow is at your service. I Cut as Good as New-
students from the county was suggested having "a friend if can't use :
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Elks' Club the evening of per j
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December 17, the Alpha Eta Chapterof vote accepted. Mr. Bivens was at once Go to it. -Orange and Blue. All other Double Edge, per doz. 35c j 1

TAMPA, FLA.Do Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity enter- I elected president.Dr. I, Single Edge, per doz...................-25c ;

tained a goodly number of people at Crow and Paul Baker were Achilles: "Don't put your foot in All Blades Hair Tested i

their annual Christmas dance. It I guests. Dr. Crow gave a very inter- | it!" Three Friends Barber Shop ;

i was about 9:30 o'clock when the esting talk. Mr. Baker was made a '!; Samson: "The most unkindest cut T. C. Peacock 707 Franklin St. ;

Business With i guests first entered the hall which Ii member of the Hillsboro County Club. of all!" Tampa, Florida I i iI

I was fittingly 'decorated in the fra- The rats of both clubs sang their respective -! Tiffany: "There are sermons in I Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention .1( I
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