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[ Florida Alligator i t 11





"FOR A GREATER FLORIDA"Vol.


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VIII._ UNIVERSiTY OF FLORIDA, GAINESVILLE, FRIDAY, JANUARY 9, 1920 No. 13



PROPOSED- AMENDMENT TO A. A. STRAW VOTE HERE ON BASKETBALL SQUAD PICKED; SCHEDULE OUT : :

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CONSTITUTION UP FOR VOTE TODAY TREATY AND LEAGUE FOOTBALL GAMES PARTIALLY! SCHEDULEDUNIVERSITY : :


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\MEXDMENTS WOULD SIIIFT WILL BALLOT WITH PUREE BIG FOOTBALL (;.nll S

RESPONSIBILITY OF ELECTION TEN-DAY COURSEIN OTHER SCHOOL OF COUNTRYTO NEWS COURSE PLAN FOR NEXT E.SOHE ANNOUNCED !

TO MEMBERS: OF ASSOCIATION. SHOW ATTITUDE IN IMPORTANT :: AND PROSPECTSARE "

RECALL A FEATURE.Madion AG. COLLEGE MEASURES.A FOR NEXTSEMESTER GOOD FOR OTHERS.


and Spain Only Candidates : straw vote on the Peace Treaty J[iasketball Squad Made Up cf Fast' '

in Field, Although Others May Enter I I I.AnGEl"IBEH: FROM FLORIDA and the League of Nations will betaken COURSE IN JOURNALISM UNDER Men Including Several Od Timers.Only t

if First l'ropm..edmcndment is i AND OTHER STATES ATTEND here en Tuesday, January 13, MISS rOLE'OF EXTENSION I One Game tn be Pa! > ed I
Passed. :'\- ).\Y SHORT COl"nSET as announced in the last issue of the DIVISION TO BE GIVEN DURING Here. ;t 1

i COLLEGE OF .\GHICrLTl"HE.Cour Alligator. The vote will be under SECOND SEMESTER.

Steps will be taken at chapel this {* Given in DiTerent: Farm the direct supervision of Dr. Frank Di\ision Plans Aid to Ne" p.-apers inState :; Only one ga-will be played at R +I
to settle: the question retarding I' Leake, head of the Department of 1 the; University
oining Branches Beginning Last Tue-day. -To Assist AH Departments during the com in-i
the election of a football Heads of Ag. College Departments History and Economics of the Uni- of Publications and Offer Suggestion : ;basketball season on account of th-<- y ;

manager. Two amendments have : Lecture to Those Attending Course. versity.: lack of funds to bring teams her-.c

been proposed and the Athletic as- The vote will be taken between the The team will start on a full week'- '

ociation will be given an opportun- Tuesday morning-Dr. Murphr2e wel- hours of 8 a. m. and 1 p. m., ballot The General Extension Division trip; Friday and will play the fi r-* f

iy to adopt one of the amendments comed the short course students on boxes being placed in the various will offer a practical course in Jour- tame with the Jacksonville "Y" Saturday -

01 reject both as it elects. behalf of the University and com- buildings! of the University, and print- nalism to students who are interestedin : night, going to Macon, WJ1l'L i !

There are but two men in the race pared :Florida with other States as el:: forms will be furnished for the that sort of work. This work will it \7ill play Mercer on the 12th, at. i

for manager at the present time, al- an agricultural State, showing that purpose. Each student will vote in be very practical in text, no booksare the Macon Y. M. C. A. on the 13th.

t'10 others may enter the race if the I Florida is better adapted to the cul- :: his lespective college, and will write to b-s used; most of the work will ": Under the leadership of Cone
is : ture of farm well his name and college on the ballot be formed from the actual experience ;
first. proposed amendment adopted. many products as Beck and Manager Madison the ba--
Frank Spain and Bill :Madison are : as the raising of stock, cattle and : when voting. This is to insure a of the instructor. : ket ball squad has been, after :--t'I I
hogs. check on the colleges, and no record Miss Ellen! Foley who is in charge Ii
the candidates. The latter was as- eral weeks of hard practice, whipI: i
: manager of the team during I Dean Rolfs followed Dr. Murphreeand : will be kept after the balloting, except i cf the branch of the Extension De- : into shape, and are now readt .

the: last season, while Spain worked talks along similar lines, only the total results. The ballots will be paitment, is a giadoate of the Schoolof stat playing. The squad has im':M
I going more into the detail. destroyed after the result is ascer Journalism in the University ofi j
with the tea mfor some time with no chosen and a schedule of segames \"\'a i
After these exercises the different tained. Missouri: and has had practical ex- I
--tatus as only one assistant in name i f arranged that will carry t'u!
i classes went to their respective le- Two members of the Senior classin peiience in the North and west ,and
allowed. team on two good trips.
was : tures during the morning and attended each college will be placed in is in every way qualified to instruct ;, ,

the field work exercises in the aft- :i charge of the voting in their respect in the practice: and theory of Jour- After having handled the squad I
Call For lc ting. since the of the !' f i
and beginning season an-\ (
ernoon. tine colleges, and all the students nalism. These who are interested in ,
Notice is hereby given, that, on t, working them into a fast, fight;, _
The work is so arranged that thestudent's members of the faculty are urged to this work and: wish to take the course
the ninth day of January 1920, in the organization Coach Beck find >t' ,
confusion ,
I time will be well filled I observe the rules so that may have additional information by I
nioining, at thf school" on the campusof remainder f
to turn the "f
throughout the entire day. Instruction in counting the ballots will be avoid- (Continued on Page Two> necessary H
the University of Florida, there the coaching over to someone i 1-;'
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vill be a meeting of the Athletic Association : A committee composed of editorsof and no coach being available, stub nf

:; for the purpose of considering the publications at Columbia, Yol"! NEW STUDENTS coaching will take its place. I

an amendment to the. By-laws of INSPECTOR HERE and Harvard Universities are behind Those who have had the skill an i f!

thatbody.Signed. the movement to promote a referendum ENTER UNIVERSITYSEVERAL I II patience in practice and Wave ul'j j

(, ): TO SEE BATALLIONALSO of college sentiment regaidm; I ceeded in making the squad arv: 1.

II. H. BUSIIXELL, the Treaty and League, and are a ik --- I Mgr. Madiscn, C. Coxe, W. Wat (i.

W. J. BIVIXS (' ing the co-operation of the schools NEW REGISTRANTS Axelson Connell. Heuck, Byrd H

C. C. COX ; MEDICAL OFFICERS FROM throughout the country in the [:&:'\t- FOR VARIOUS COURSES AFTER t Ward W. Cox, DeSilva, Friedlar.d.! .r. I ICohen

Members of the Board of Directors. REGULAR ARMY AT UNIVERSITY : ter. TilE CHRISTMAS: II OLI I>.\YS-I Jerremiassen, Gray and Gri-', I

Propos'dm'ndm'nts.. i TO EXAMINE: MEN FOR Members of the faculty and students SEVERAL OLD STUDENTS.A i The schedule comprises the follo\\-

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FITNESS FOR TRAINING.Lt. ,
Proposed amendments to Article C, of the universities will partici- : ing games: -
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Section 7, of By-laws of Universityof pate in the straw vote and the resultsof large number of new students January Jacksonville Y.1.. f. 1
Col. Jordan, District Inspector will be forwarded to th? have registered at the Universitywith
Florida Athletic Association: the vote ., A., at Jack onville. I
I. The Board of Directors shall for the Fourth District R. O. T. C. committee in New York, where the: the end of the Christmas vaca- 'i 1

i issue a call for Assistant Managersof : with headquarters in Ralegih, X. C., ccmplete returns will be published. : tion. Several of these have attendedthe January 12-Mercer, at Mac-it-
before and returning January 13-Macon Y. M. C. A.
are -
football at the beginning of each visited the University on Tuesday andWednesday The propositicns as drawn up by University

season. At the end of the season ,1 and inspected the R. O. T. the committee are as follows: to complete their courses. at Macon.
the The Arts and Science College heads 14 Savannah Y. M. C. A..
said Board by examination, will pass C. Unit here. This was an official inspection 1. I favor the ratification of January -
upon the business qualifications of regardingthe 1 League and Treaty without amend- : the list with the largest number of at Savannah.
and no reports of
candidates, and submit the names of of the organization here ments or reservations. i new registrations. The College January 15--Catholic Club, Jack"1;:

candidates qualified to the Athletic standing issued 2. I am opposed to the ratificationof Agriculture follows with four. rifle, at Jacksonville. 4
have been yet.
. Association, who will elect from Captains II. C. von Dahm and J. T. the League or Treaty in any form. The new students are as follows: January 23-Stetson, at DeLan i L

these, a manager for the following Wellborn, of the Medical Corps, are Arts and Science. January 30-Stetson, at Gaims-

. season. Other athletic managers after at the University making an examination NEWELL HEADS George Henderson Tallahassee. i

competitive examination on business of the men who are taking the Jordan llrooks-Columbus, Ga. i yule.loothall Schedule.So 1 .

qualifications, will be appointedby arrived on A. J. Johnson-Jennings. I
tiaining. They
military! SCIENTIFIC BODY far only three games have beei:
the Board of Diiectors. All managers Wednesday afternoon, and will make B. E. Thrasher-Micanopy. j arranged for the next football s -

are subject to removal for in- examination during the remainder I T. O. Otto-Key West. j
the
son, but Coach Buser and Mr. B. I
competency by a vote of three- the week to determine the fit- AMERICAN A. A. Ames-St. Petersburg. I '
of
ELECTED PRESIDENT OF : are getting in touch with teams itr
fourths of the Board. The duties of the training. Agriculture.J. .,
ness of the men to take ASSOCIATION OF ECONOMIC : Florida ought to have as good a
and the Assistant E. Bishop-Summerton, Ga.
thelanaJers Regarding Uniforms. ETOIOLOGISTS-OTH- schedule, if not better, than last year J
Managers shall be prescribed by the D. A. Hurst-Cincinnati, Ohio. !
The Military Department requests ERS ATTEND ST. LOUIS MEET. The three games on the schedule ar i
Directors.II. J. W. Patrick-Beresford. .
Board of
uni- the hardest teams Floridaran j
have had against
who no
of Directors shall that the men returned W. Stephens-Tampa. I
The Board
Wilmon Newell has just : with B ;
not the season. -
will past
issued to them yet, up
foims .
recommend to the members of the Louis where he attended a'' Teachers.M. i
and equipmentwill from St. sides these three games both Sou
Athletic Association, such candidateor ask when the clothing Association : N. Carn-Ocala. I I
the American
of the meeting of Carolina and Howard College are try i
issued. As only a part '
of : be R. :M. Scarritt-Pensacola.
candidates for the position of Science and
for the Advancement with the 'Gators
to dates
is here at the pres- I ing arrange 1
equipment
athletic team as they entire Econo- Law.J. .
of American Association of
manager any
to issue new the i November 6-Tulane at Game-- j
shall deem fit by reason of his or ent time, it is impossible the mic Etomologists for the United F. Hall-Tallahassee. ville

their diligence in assisting the manager clothing now, but as soon as en- Canada. J. B. L'Engle-GainesviUe. i
States and
is received, it will be November 13-Georgia at Athf'P>*
during the past season, and by : tire shipment Eminent scientists from all over Engineering.J. .
the
Within 48 hours after November Oglethorpe at Th
reason of his or their general abilityor i issued. the United States and Canada were in Otto-Key West. !
amount of clothing is received lumbus, Ga.Professor.
experience. The managers of all ; complete it will attendance at this meeting. The

Athletic teams shall be elected in the by the Quartermaster bother Association of Economic Etomologistshas 3. I am in favor of the ratification (
of this i be issued to the men. So don't and League, but only Chapman of 1Ioocowmoo" -
same manner as the officers : a membership of over 500 members -: of the Treaty
fame is back at the University
Association, as provided hereinbefore asking about it. of Government and with the specific reservations as voted ,
composed
is Mil. Sci. I., will be sus- :1 ready to help all ambitious, politically
Classes the Senate.
,
of
Boardof the majority 'I
and at such times as the other State offiicals as well as etomologists by
until :March 1. The the : inclined young 'Gators and aid Florida
decide. At pended other 4. I favor compromise on
Directors may any connected with railway and corporate : any I
scheduled.
continue as debaters to triumph in Triangu
will
classes I which will make pos-
special meeting called as hereinbeforespecified I interests. reservations

any: manager of any ath- membership of the I The election to the office of Presi- sible immediate ratification of the lar. Prof. Chapman is professor of
the elocution and the faculty
of oratory on
two-thirds
letic team may be recalled, and his ; (Continued on Page Five) l Treaty or League I

office declared vacant by a vote oft Association. i

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petted thata large quantity of 1 r. Green right forward. t and plans outlined to raise funds Association.Thus .
r size and off color fruit will be saved. 1 1Vessella's r and build the memorial. The memorial The Fernandina ew'-
I Gray, left guard. who it that if the proposed
\E will be erected in the recently purr begging the people of that city, appears
"its engage- I Cohen right guard. build houses for i budget system is approved by the :
Band opened forward C. Anderson chased park on Riverside avenue are able to do so, to t
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AjrH COUNTY i i University gavea t

?. STUDENTS BANQUET; "rat" a midnight "dump" from his : Tonguesox : ;

I peaceful slumbers to the hard floor,

: County loyalty carried to 'college : resulting in a broken collar bone for '
the "rat"and !
college spirit carried home travel for the wee- : ; :
and
were
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S exhibited at a gathering at the Poinsettia ': : Our :

4 ; hotel on December 30th, when' About a day before they recei"edtheir : oe \

A fyF'!!:JtP. acJi county students. at thetniversity : "discharge" a friend attempted t

P of Florida and the Wo'm6 : to circulatepetition among the 9

an's College dined and danced. student body in behalf of the boys. Cou1dTa1kd's
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Receiving not more than two signa- j s ;
t) During the 1917-18 term the Palm I i
tures ,
out of the first eighteen men
P Beach County Club was organized at :
approached, the canvasser declared: .
r A,, the Gainesville University, with aI : : 1
: "The poorest college spirit I I
I t.membership of 12. This year the j j ever ,, 4 i
heard of.
r-\ tub: has 14 members. Being return THEY'D TELL A FAR MORE INTERESTING STORY THAN ANY WE t j jx

1,_- ed'home for the holidays, the boys of : College spirit! What is it? Our COULD THINK OF. THEY'D RELATE THEIR HISTORY FROM THE "' '

f flu club arranged the banquet that friend had an incorrect conception of : TIME THEY WERE CUT FROM GENUINE CALF-SKIN UNTIL THEY '

vas given last night, that they might it. It isn't that shallow sentiment : WERE TRIMMED, FINISHED AND SENT TO ONE OF THE THREE :: : I

1 cement and perpetuate. the fellowship i, which sometimes makes us sanction' PORTER STORES TO BECOME PART OF THIS GREAT ORGANIZA : I

1' of their college days. In further loy- such innocent recklessness as the TION'S POPOGANDA OF QUALITY. ;
(! above.It is hard to define. It isn'ta
I[ Tsltv to Florida educational institutions -
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"Z- members of the club had astltir and thing touch concrete-a with thing we Bue can see : BLACK, BROWN AND TAN LEATHERS IN LASTS THAT FIT THE
our fingers. we
partners girls from Palm Beach j I can feel it. It is not much different i + FOOT COMFORTABLY AND CORRECTLY, .
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tounty who are attending the Worn : +

'f-' an's College 'at Talla>assee. |: from and that love feeling of a person of pride for and his loyalty town.- : : Everything that Men and Boys Wear :

i[ The dining room of the Poinsettia'
or county, or State, or any organization 1
'| hotel was decorated with the. colors of ,: I
: of which he is a part.
I'I I :tlvi L'mverity of Florida, orange and i
I Then of college spirit, it is a feel- j
| 1'o j -.' !'Asi the' diners entered the or- :
t ing of pride, loyalty and love by i1 :1
!_ .'iwstla: played "The Orange and the : //T
'" someone who is a part of that college -
Blue, the university song. In further
Being a part can be enjoyed in 4
tribute to the guests and to the Uni- ;.
: l less degree-from
more or -
possessing
;: \usity of Florida, Manager Christie- : .t j
'; warm sympathy to attending that p
{ti had bedecked the wait-
Fuideison
i ie-"es with the university colors. i, college, or graduating from it, or! Corner Bay and LauraJacksonville, Fla. : t 1
: teaching in it. The bigger part he I
i: :"lembeig all of the senior classes
pf : plays in it, the stronger is his spirit. ,
ii of all 'of-'the high schools in Palm -.
But it must be a generous part in any ,
;' Death-comity' 'were invited to join the case; it takes more than merely hav- .. .9.. +. .+ + ++ .... .. +.++.. 1
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=. patty for the;dancing that followed
ing one's name on the books.
the and the invitations were
banquet, ,
Did you ever feel college spirit? gists at its (convention during th.- {H j ffi
.. :a'srclj; accepted. The. result was ar
IfOU have attended an intercollegiate I holidays at St. Louis. i t 5
!,kt.t'ul gathering of fine young men
S Ii? m/1 1umen of the county. Twenty- contest between your school and L< GREENLEAF & CROSBY CO. x
another, you felt that spirit most John Sutton, an alumnus of the j-
1: seated at the table. n
; t': persons were
especially University is the State Board i I
certainly if your team won, now on :
1. :Jt-mbers the Palm Beach Coun- .
of
NOTED FOR
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if the game was close. (But of course of Control which meets here January'12th. i
; tI''ub of the University of Florida, i DIAMONDS FINE JEWELRY CHINAWARE
| : : you had to have the real spirit for it : I. ,
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who were present were: Louis II. GLASSWARE AND SILVERWARE !l1r.
to be felt). i, i:
-- Barwick, Dwight M. Bradshaw, John : But that is easy! Doesn't take : Micanopy has sent us a man, V. E. i i 41, West Ua- Street. Jacksonville Florida, !R

D. undy and II. Haild! Zeder, of Delta much spirit to assert itself under;i Thrasher, who has signed up as a premedical -.. i K

,.W., Scott, Leason A. HoV''itfrand ; nH
..'< ) + \an such conditions. The true college' student. |i CLASS PINS-RINGS-MEDALS-TROPHIES
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:; {ttearel G. Smith, of Stuart; : t
spirit is the one which makes itself fifi !
:M\ ;11 Stears, of Lake Worth; and ;i : J. B. L'Engle reentered the Law :
felt during trying occasions. It is'
:.:. (;a;: McGiiff and Will Dyer, Jr., of college after the holidays. Last year .
the one which makes: :you remember
;1"rut.rdm Beach, Jack McDonald, of; students will remember L'Engle for
.that object of your love at all times. ,
** Stuart, Find Ralph Lyman, of West' his boxing abilities. I fi.rif -
It is one' thing to say "Winning or
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.. Pam! Beach, members of the club, : -
r. I losing, FLORIDA" and another to,I! Another University-after-the-vaca-: J i I
unable to be i
present.
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fight for FLORIDA when she is los- |I tion-man is Jordan Brooks of Colum- :
: Of the ladies present Miss Julia
s E Miss Martravt 4' ing. bus, Ga. SOUTHERN MUSIC
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$ How many of our present students w.JACKSONVILLE.
% Chfllm. "rwoith, Of West Palm : the Florida spirit? How. another'man I
ai ttudents really have The Law College acquired ADAMS STREET FLA.
i rtE the Woman'si
a ht a In ]
I many of our old men still have it? after the holidays in John F. ,
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?* CAtl4gc-3j-Qtfier l ladies present esI]
< -- % 'C tlrt-'Eri' !I It's a shame if 100 per cent of ushaven't Hall, of Tallahassee. He is a federal y; :
eo't.y: members of the Palm Beach 'i| it. Right now Florida needs vocational student. : i j
Stock In the South of Musical Instruments
"County"Club ereIiss ElizabethCarlapd. :1: useless unless we really :t :;jj Largest -
I us, but we are \
; :Miss Jean Rogers, and Miss I w f
(F have the pure, unadulterated spir- A. A. Ames of St. Petersburg, enters <
:j Strings Drummer's Traps
Mav\ Patterson, of Delray Misst'aia jjj ,
I' ; !i it-the spirit that is loyal under firei University life as a Freshman W

: Fn'r.chliss, Virginia Osborne, los- 1: the Arts and Science College and w
and makes us fight even though in yj and Sheet Music w J JS I
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a valuable addition to the University
COLLEGE SPIRIT. |ing. y; w 1 .
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I This is the second of a series 'of j LOCALS. Another vocational man is Walter MAIL ORDERS SENT SAME DAY AS RECEIVED w w ,

auicles.'xujjten for the Alligator by. Hi w; >
i] Plant Commisioner Wilmon Newell Stephens of Tampa. ,;
f, Ralph Stoutamire, President of the recently highly honored by be- : !: !: !lifi! !: !li !:fifi! !:fififi! !fi !fiYi'; .

Alu:nm Association.-Editor's note j I was of the American Dr. J.1.. Farr returned Thursday i _.. _. J
i1 I ing elected President ; !
Etomolo- from Tui-cogee, Ala., where he at-
two I Association of Economic i
One night a few years ago
U L tended a meeting of the University

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fruit build the
off color guard. I and city, who Thus it appears
size. and Gray, left the people of that
begging
ial will be erected in the recently purchased -!i is approved by the
system
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'its engage-I Cohen, right guard. | ,' are able to do so, to build houses 1 .
Band opened ; park on Riverside avenue i Continued on Page Two)
Vessella's Sunday for i iJ Subs: C. Duncan forward; C. An- I l rental. (

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i I :JtaadaH Hester. Sr:....; LL. Henry FaSer AJCoetrZbctz sat. .A::. EditorExecarr .. .
I H. R. DeSara, =L z Ed.B Jb: Nortos'V : Eds.. Uader a sew rsie passed tin week .; --

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.Jet*H.Carter,Jr CL-z'aiQz;. .))tiragtrI takes: std tie erjiairatiacs until iehos t I. eited. i e- Fitt d.

J ; ---- ziade a pass !:g grade in sine*.

: I ,. Ect. reJ as secood dais matter, September :2S, ISli, ,. a: tie pcstedTiee atfGaIae3TS beers of !his e.8ege work for ole.

; "- <,Fa.P ur.Atr the Act of Harms 3d, 1579.Place .(,semester previous to his nitiatior,.;: "r; DO OUR OWN LE GRINDING.. NOafH. DELL
He s=5t also be is g-c.od. :.dingJ. .
aH coetntnkatiorLS ard
t ; ;: zees itesis rr boxes desigsate-l fr that
ysrpcse is Peabody aaJ Las;age HaS. others*" with tie University.Tbe : -- ; 'COLES & SON '

F "a plug will be carried oc a..ioi

t Eater Tie F' Affigater, JL5* tie year. m pn ye2.n. the initiates aline i t Jewelers and Opticians. .Ga' ille..I1 Ia

bebg a ected. This ends to raise thaischolarship
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I ; ; Wits the bezinnin? of tke new calendar year it is attni? tkat tke stI ;-
Amendment to the Bs-Laws of the' BOYS !
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heats iE ester ritis otker! aiaB&inrf skcM: sake certain re .fatiots te be
r I Inter-Fraternity Council za ., Every Tooxn.. *agfet to get-* &**i lice daUy. ,SaberIb for TiATLANTA
I lrab later K tse year. At tie nresemt there we cai tlsfek of .. better reset Adopted January 5. 1926.: f! GEORGIAN SUNDAY AMERICA Contains I

t I I! kt sc tia one 16 tote fair Wits tke baL, aad the profs. In otter ww-4 No fraternity; m tie University of:. cracker sack sporting section. Delivered 2Qc. per week.

.. I!i i I 1:; to denote a rea MLbte asaoont of tit and is cst !. tk! < presaratMB otrecitations. : Florida skull, fjws: and after tke fifth ,E.EL GILLEN, Agent. Rat -41, Backaaa.Hd I -
day of Jancary. 19t. initiate into]
: tier respective fraternities stunts 1f
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i Iffi ,F I t id ni the 4es*= and tveitetsitirs of the fend tkat tie fie ciozer.f .> ol tie above Ushrersity cntfl the lat-, - - --
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;t ",' tam- United. States are developed and natsred.: Not onJy are tie cBe e' ter skat !have met tie foB wing: re-.e r

i It ,. smarts .t today the fir eitaena bet they are the f=ture leaders, for that qwrements, to-wit:
: THE THOMAS: COMPANY
: i : : ; reason it is up to tkes-cp t> US tosote fair-- tae way do rate fak" i* torirt fa) He shall hate takes a: least S
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I ;', '; th ire and sweenw? ojcestaoas of today earefal tidy t at"T 0Iie reni.fal; s+ n ei er's work: at the Uni(5 -_-! COME IN AND SEE US FOR BASE BALL FOOll(

I : : f : Lo vr ca wfcat fare foBfiral nofioes and asses: are predicated.TW BALL-TENNIS AND OTHER SPORTING GOODS.
>) He iaB bare nude a pas.ing '
i the dies stcdemc. It std Ve w B for III f
'. dene of a rkizen ate of a grade at Krast nine <". boors' woesdes r,

I i a: the League .: Nations t.* be tnorocznly ned by eack 5 ni before be *: S tie gia cjter fast, attended bye ,- I
: SUI
I .I to\ii." 1, carts a *wte in t To<*dsy's str-w ot*. .

s.. Read ...: the F1.e1 6t MeoonaB. ? Ins in rmsd t* detirs of eat .t < > He stefl W m ?.od standai?; Authorized Agent For Rea
4 ; with tie University of Florida at the }!STlDEBAKER.EUECBEROLET ROLET
19riTr
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sg t IIIe..+ his iaitatiaL. Terms be
can arranged.
"Today w.e ba:a a New Year. TIle sfceet i* dean aad tbt pa? s are I
f '1"IIis asr S.ea: Stan take A. R. HARPER MOTOR COMPANY
writ into tint .f of
i trDa1 wfcfee before a- May we a. InWtnvv ytw7 j r"
i iI ; fr rl'.l see 3D prier aaeadscca Nest to Post Office. Gainesville t
I Florida
k s deak and of kindness; this: yr. ,

The admnt of a New Year ic a sad rite as wB as a has ....v for This : da: i
i s ases> at is Bet to [C-
mMj .f at are siwn so TOfaro.i. ptction. The se takes.[ the old year canoelack &a-.ae itt oaf say 'with tie pre=er-t I i

4 : : to fa nt then*dTfl before as and to remind thnt here is :sorbet chnnce.Ozr sjsto od ." .! I ,

'. ', : sfeort coming f dn'inr the twviue testis shake their skfWlon hefnre s*. 3. For vioiataoB of thi s.anwadmect I THE NEW YORK RACKET i!
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Bat it shonid be a *asoe.f rejeicaKT. What k put is pat and the the fraternity so neiatia: sfcaU be I I:
I s sn saded from> tie Inter-Fraternity Agect fwTFlorsheim
j 4 fctsre: always Bois pe. i=e. The New Yenr tomn : wit a snule of i.r tats C...e3 for a period not tow" exceed L t
l
j for emfon* to pat forth hts Vest efforts, to hoU a stractsre of h !flag anafite three -.:.) or stall be bed; the Shoes

I *, to die de} into fnadiantfTfT. and hosif.Trstk. *-. of saek See not to exceed t.

I f i they say, lies a: the hottoni of a w fl. Bet teats: aI.rides on atXM; or shall be both suspended and -
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of nwtnhKr"s I i* t and lists.N -----
lie first shaft ewiy sen. : ocrs > 5.k: oat tAad

al shooid seek trcth, for ibe: trsch wfll nuke yore free. = -J- Ulntr-Fr2.temity CooBeUi'
shop la.e f" power and asikorirr'j 1
-Tie New Year dawns with a ntomi.L that K is osr ncirflc re t. fnhHI. So enforce tie abore: penalties. -;j x WE SELL MUSIC" 1 1IF

h wiB be iQ t what we as indhridcais. citizens and as a m&tion of p. $c male !

I :;::|| | jfAd' tie New Year aM dawns with a ekaBeare, throwing ..... the Time t. Ke>isn. jl IF YOU WANT YOU ARE

i ;: gm.Iet fog/ greater ei'!ort, greater growth sweater sniry."Tbe : Did Garieid resign; be a3se he d Ht !

it t r' j year 19: '* finds the nation wracked by detractive mf&aenves, thef ( not like WiL ass plan or has be aaji!: RE.\L 3.US.C. PARTICULAR !

t I. : ; sae discontent takis: root and the w *ds of radicalism spr.sa:iag- Ocr: bitions loo crag towards tie presidesi GET !

? 1 H i 1.zk. : as a poop a in this: New Year ts to efean these fields to nyroot the dark t tk-t 1 t
>,;I ZD..h that wit choke oct the more substantial plants aad if allowed to eoe- pointed Fuel -\d. Jmtraor hating, he been siosldS ap- EDISON i i iW H

t I.: tine thrhrin?.wiM >tsnaBy wreck the natioB. We as a people have ahead of usx. bare, been aH.>wed to administrate *fc

''. test: of trees proportions. We msst de-a !keose! and most set for and wien tie President 'soda. aa ecZ gfl T ij jgjgf

; .t.t &e world an exampte is citizenship, parity of ideals and unity of nfsrp se tinf- di!eres: arras eaieBt it was "- r "
': tie for Ices to rwiruHe also two .*
G that can be followed as another step toward the Mefieniom. tie view
: that with ac iaT" ,tiffatjag-;
,.j -rsM of the wwW.re on America K tkts New Year, and the woW[ board consisting ef oae-tJ rd for the

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f I j:Ii. "What skaH we do with tke New Year This is i the o/sesthw that eerycftfzm and oce-tiird far tie p=ii c the pub:J I 1 i '

,I ; I : sbodd ask himself.Let's : Kr was' going to g><: tie raw aide of
the deaL idea
His
., strive to make K. outstanding hi is likely to prove Amt ForXtXXALL1"'S
:: seas.a MH' national hits ry. correct. Ran
f a beard
is made
i I lees strive constantly to make tt a year dedicated to tie upbcnonm of ocr to settle the drfere e bctweeo the up AND WHTOU.VS CANDIES

t I. ".I\, .wn eoasm ares and the aition. Let's be zealvos in ekg the tnrtk.Aed p tic and any prhr ;ced; set of pEO-. TOMKINSOKE rLOI. CO. -

1 abate aB, lefs carry thmci in this 1$*. a resrall..f __ rxI. pie. tie representation of the public
'I. ,f -tfvc activity, personal, local and satiotaL OR said beard she szld be about twotntrds. -. OF J AChSOILLE F
.Orala Star.
1 The' Net Year doses m Rita a promise. Let's five derm-r MrSt te end _
f Stoctwttka beaec.ieti.6." <
Friend Husband.

) Tie Cv saati Ea
I t This Monday was more of a He-Leavrg. Day then the ssnal to8!-ge ceImut foea writer t4J dic 'S
:: iaoid wife
Hcme-Commg- a feave a cag friend?"
( DROP
I! Yes. bet that friend siooid be her IXYOIt'H
hu.4 aad.-Talhdega Hosae.
BeAlteration \r4toieVhethe
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Popular Goods At Popular Prices Statistical Seen Be Time to Pay A rain. OTTO K STOCK e to Buy
reports for tlteE'3.r 2&I7 TAILOR
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BUR KHIMS with s-Seieat iacajses to pay iatce ; Phone 31.. -.. -, Ckinitt; Pra.. : g
.ax, aa* thai they paM JI-i.,3"S.4U. Mti -- -..' G
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,i WIL3ION NEWELL HEADSSCIENTICIE' Not only was Mr. Newell honored lectures relative, to quarantine work, Throw Away Your Safety Razor !f fBlades.
BODY personally, but a very great honorwas nursery inspection end: horticulturalwork I Sharpen AH Makes to
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(Continued from Page One) University and the State Plant Board. : Durham Duplex, per doz.........._.SOc I I
dent of this association: is a distinct This is the first time in the history i O. Otto, an old Florida student, "I
of the of the Association of Economic Eto- the this All other Double Edge per doz. 35c J ;
TAMPA FLA. honor and a recognition that member from the registered in University Single Edge, per doz._____ ___..__......2oc !
achievements of Mr. Newell as an melodists a week. Otto was in the aviation corps J
etomolojrist and also as chief execU- South has been elected its chief ex- All Blades Hair Tested : !1
and duiing the war was stationed at 1 '
tive officer, Plant Commissioner of ecutive. Three Friends Barber Shop '
the State Plant Board of Florida, Others attending this meeting were Panama. He also brought along T. C. Peacock 707 Franklin St. I
I Do Business With which position he has held since 1915, Dr. J. Montgomery.. F. M. O'Byrne. from Key West his brother Joe, who Tampa, Florida :!
I which is closely associated with the Frank Stirling and J. C. Goodwin has registered in the Engineering col Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention
PHIFER STATE BANK University. who entered into the discussions and lege.F ;


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Green right forward. o and plans outlined to raise funds
will be saved.Vessella's t
color fruit : News-Record is Association.
size and off memoriaL The Fernandina
: Gray, left guard. -, and build the memorial
of that city, who I Thus it appears that if the proposed
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Cohen, right guard. will be erected in the recently purchased i I
Band opened Jts engage- build houses for budget system is approved by the
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I I I GOOD Clothes do not cost more than I f The University i Book s;;;


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} NEW LINE OF UMERSITV JEWELRY AND STATION
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: Tampa. Fvr.1a: : want in the line of Fancy Print Groceries and Vegetables + ,
!: r t ANTONIO Y CLEOPATRA T:iSAN Phcne .u-. .w II
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