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Title: The Florida alligator
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GUNN MANAGER BOARD OF CONTROL TREATYLEAGUEVOTE WILL/ INTRODUCE SHORT COURSE


1920 FOOTBALL MET HERE TUESDAYMAKE TAKEN HERE BOXING HERE IN AG COLLEGE ,



ELECTED BY BOARD OF; DIRECTORS : PLANS FOR NEW BUILDINGS MAJORITY IN STRAW VOTE FAVOR NEW SPORT FOR UNIVERSITY LARGE l".UnERTTE D TEN- I

OF ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION AT TALLAHASSEE AND H.TIFICATIOWITH RESERVATIONS WILL BE TAKEN UP IN SHORT : DAY COURSE FOR FARMERS-:

AFTER SOME: CONTRO- AUGUSTINE, BUT FAIL TO NOT DEFEATING TIME UNDER DIRECTION OF WORK AND INSTRUCTION OFFERED I

VERY OVER AMENDMENT.nother : GIVE UNIVERSITY ANY HOPE. PURPOSE OF BOTH. W. M. TILLER. IN ALL UH.\ CIIES. = i

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Put Through Proposed Amendment I plans for new buildings at Tallahassee Tuesday cn Referendum Being Taken ether spoils here, and the prospects With Others in Animal Hu..-

Which Wah Itl'centlDe. O>er the Country on Important are that! it will! be very popular. W. : bandry. General Farming and Cit- :
when they met here Tuesday: they
feated. Questions.On M. Tiller will begin a class within rus Culture.
did not accept anything for the University '
I the next few weeks; and a large number '"
June R. Gunn, of la1' anna, a Junior i ia ; on account various reasons, Tuesday the faculty and students have signified their, intention to The ten-day short course ended to- I'

. the College of Agricultureas I and the diligent student here must : of the University took a straw join. day after probably the most success '

elected football manager for the sea- :| sleep anywhere he can for the next vote on the Peace Treaty and the I Boxing as an intercollegiate sport :, ful session and, excepting last year,

i!I several League of Nations. Ballot boxes were is rapidly gaining supporters at a the largest attended. >
or so.
of 1920, Wednesday night bythe years
EOn : : number of the colleges and universities :
Board of Directors of the Athletic! : There was nothing done to remedy placed in each of the col1eges-Arts in all parts of the country and :> Fifty-five enrolled for the entire
I and Sciences, Law, Engineering, Agriculture '1: for the in citrus i
Association. j the crowded conditions at the University ,. championship taurnaments under revised course; ten course ,

The election took place under the i: aitho plans were also accepted for : and Teachers. A total voteof ring rules are not at all unlikely ,culture and vegetable growing, an 1 I I'I ,

ad system of selecting managers, al- :i buildings at the State school for the :' 444 was cast of which 36 were cast within the next few years. Inter- even dozen in the animal husbandry !
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ugh there has been some agitation 1! Deaf and Blind, at St. Augustine. by members of the faculty and 40S 'varsity bcuts between picked boxing and general agriculture course, andover i
: by the students. teams representing Oxford and Cam- ;
!' Altho thirty in poultry husbandry. It
sleeping here is at
regarding a new plan for their selec- space a bridge universities have been part of I
I premium, the conditions are not as The ballot showed that a decided is to be wondered why such a majority t :
scheduled
the matter into the annual English
uun. The Board took sport
I! bad as at the beginning of the school.j majority of the faculty and students for and similar contests,, enrolled in the poultry course and {J I
hands the work favored ratification of the with ,. many years
their own : as managers Treaty :
; year, when two tables had to be set at '
unknown in the United reasons have been advanced
) are net entirely many .
and making ar- the League of Nations with only suchinterpretations >>
::T seating games j the University Commons in order to !
as would not defeat States. 3A'DCng the most prominent of which t
'angcments for next season, has been I j accommodate the hungry masses. :1 ; It is expected that such meetings
their ', the inflated of the
are
!1 However : purpose. price eggs, fi
paling to Coach Buser, and a manager at the 'present time, a will beer me more frequent as the
[0 at this time. j chicken coop or manger may afford 1 There were six propositions voted boom in boxing gathers strength. The| modern tendency to fly and general in- !
needed
3a was | she'ter to a student, who is desirous 1 upon as follaws: 1 I tendency in this direction is shown !! terest in chickens. !. I
Several candidates were proposed, i< 1. I favor the ratification of the i
school. !
of gaining knowledge at our How does the student
3 I I by a number of recent reports of boxing University '
I !ut Gunn v/as finally selected! to fill No investigation has been made, but ,i League and Treaty without amend- activity among the collegians. ; take it? The Ag. student is delighted, I

he bill. He is a first rate all roundan there is a chance that this will become ments or reservations. : Word comes from Peoria, Ill., that for to see others take possession of ''I'Ihis

: and a good business man. I an actuality if conditions are not 2. I am opposed to the ratification :1 the "iLttle Conference" has included : classrooms means class excuses.

r Amendment Up Again. I remedied at the University in a short : of the League or Treaty in any form. boxing in its' list of major sports and ,. The other students are bewildered by
Altho the manager is elected for ,I time. :3. I am in favor of the ratificationof the loose
tractors about
I that a championship tournament many running
:'vs year the amendment question does I Boarding facilities are not all that the Treaty and League, but only would be held nest spring. the campus, the crowing of prizerccsters
not seem to be settled as yet.A.. is needed herei t"wfiat can 02 done, 1 Contused; on Page Thrc: ..) a and the wiertt spectacles I

:'icetmg of the Athletic Association I when there is nothing to do it with? ---- -- --- LOOKING AHEAD.By cf gentlemen and ladies especially,

'as been called for Friday morning to LA. REPRESENTEDAT I roaming about the campus with notebooks 1
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r.-consider the first amendment of the BIG AUTO C
( Bob Marshall). I and pencils stuck about their
*' vuted down last w 2k. TO BE STAGED HERE
a j I
), Call For Meeting. I DES MOINES) MEET I expect to see a great revival ina'l I person.
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What does the short thinkof
foims of athletics the coming courser
Notice is hereby given, that, on The four racing cars of the New the ?
I Iwas University The best
I year. The let-down during the war; answer !
'lIt16th day of January, 1920, in the York Auto Racing Association, which UNIVERSITY AND: 'HHI.\\8: COLLEGE natural, but I believe the coming : is the increased attendance each year.

1:10: .fling, at th> school, on the campusf I are to break all speed records on the :, SEND REPRESENTATIVES : year will put us back to (not a One farmer from down-State expressed \

the University of Florida, there Fair Grounds track in contests here .: OTHER f: SCHOOLS IN pie-war ba"=is), but a new era of the attitude when he told how I

,11 Ua meeting of the Athletic Asatcn : on the afternoon of January 22, and ; STATE SEND DELEGATES.G. athletics. The industrial and commercial j much larger the school seemed to 1 4

-''',': : for the purpose of consitler- I their drivers arrived in Gainesville on world appreciates more than i him. .;

12 an amendment to the By-laws, ,of Monday and are now on exhibition at'' E. White, University "Y" Sec- ever the value of furthering the i 'Back ten years ago, when I was :
retary and ,H.. R. DeSilva represented '
"at body. I local garages. j health and effilcency of men and women I l last here there was hardly anything,"
i SigntdV ): The drivers, their cars and the !i the University at the Students Increased enrolment in the ; he continued, "but now it's slime University '1'1:

\Y" \ GUNN, President.Proposed I places of exhibition follow: : Volunteer Convention held during the University and all the high schools and all the boys seem to be

Afiiendasent.' E. G. Yost, Trailer Special, on ex- :, holidays at DesMoines. The \Voman's means increased activities in supervised i going to school for a purpose." 1 j

The following to be voted on in hibit at the Oakland agency, Jones' College at Tallahassee was well athletics. :; The Farmers' Short Courses held I

u.pel Friday morning has been probed garage. represented, and the other schools in I, The people of Florida are working i i each year in January for ten days

.,(, by E. D. Beggs: I H. F. Alexander, Deosenberg Spec- the ..State sent their representativesalso. to develop: new material and to srf- i| has become an annual institution

Pupoej amendment to Article util.n : ial, Bishop garage. cure and keep interested ex-college'! end is looked forward to by progressive j

:-',., 7, of By-laws of University Don Moore, Beaver Ballet Special, The' Florida delegation, though not men. The time has come when a farjners andfarmerettes t)>ruout j
so large as those of the larger and ,i
f Fl"i ula .Athletic Association: j Chceves garage. new type of athlete must be intro- ( the State. The course consists essentially I

L. The} .Board I" of Directors shall j juf Saoi: !! Wohl l, Stutz Special, Bishop more densely populated distriets, received ,!: duced. We must give men organic of lectures and laboratory I
call for Assistant Mapag rs : equal attention and during the muscles and practical field exercises.. i
,
a t garage / ; vigor, develop ,not large !
at the beginning: of eachasm. Ci izes'-of'tamet'tdlle'and AlaehuacdUniy recreation hour could give as spirited 1 A United States Department of
r ,footbajl) I bat strong muscles, and w$. must
rt .' At ,the. end of .the Axon'! and jiivit *l ty the promoters yells as any other group. When they j! conserve .w.hat is so much needed in Agriculture man sent to do farm I
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:-utl Board, by, examination: w1U V-\\ of'the'-rao3ng jengagtement, E. J. Busing I'arose to sing Dixie they brought-I these MAI65, and which our atpleVin management survey work in South J

;pon th-e. ,business o iiiiiiicatifljnr of j". and O. .K. Kline:*Jr., to come in: Virginia, the Carolina and tile Ala.I I'the past* has burned recklessly Florida 'was one of the features of 1 I
bama delegations to their..f in a' "
..miniates, and' submit the names qfl and look,the'speed'demos*, over. The: @ >. i nervous energy. the course: Mr. W. C. Funk has I
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':-: Mates qjjalijifd:.to the Atylejic I event to be stated at Ute!Fair Ground moment\. They all joined. in to sing 1 I compiled statistied'and printed them I

\-oointonJ.wWv"will lect from j on Jrmuar$ 2' Is to be. the real thingIn that wonderful old Southern.song. i I I IImportant real estate changes' have in chart form. Mr. Funk delivered I

th.-e, 'a ma'nagec >for the .following "automobile/: racing anti as the ,pro- All of the delegates yelled from recently been made in Winter Garden, i! three interesting lectures during the !

'avun" Other athletic managers af:: iribters have been put; to considerable New York, from California, from.J I the buildings' owned by M. Y. McMil- 1 fessions. Probably the most interest- I I

:" r competitive examination on \>usi- i expense' preparing for it, the patronage Montana and from Texa's-all cheered. i I I Ian and.occupied by the Jos. Bumby ing of the three was the one on I

iit "t -> qualifications, will be appointed of the entire county as well as The California delegates ,gave along Hardware Company and by Cappleman -' "Profits to be expected from groves,"

1! :\; t'mBoard of Directors: All man-; the State in general is solicited. locomotive for Florida. :, Brothers having been sold to which he gave last Tuesday. i
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:,utis ate subject) to removal for iilnri'tency ; One of the very enjoyable features j JR. 1:. Roper for $30,000.Ir.. Roper I

by' a vote of' three- I I SULLIVAN WILL RETIRE. for the Florida group was a luncheon': purchased as an investment. The The Palm Beach Post tells of the I

., >Ill! the of the Board. The duties of I I at the Sa\ery Hotel, at which lunch- : present occupants will continue business i purchase by Mrs. L. W. Johnson of

tits- Managers and the' Assistant .I Chicago, Jan. 14.-Roger Sullivan, eon eighteen persons were present. : in them. Tennessee! of Block E, Royal Park. ,

Managers shall prescribed by 'the : Democratic leader of Chicago, an- Most of the students returned byway This lot a few years ago received

Board of Directors.If nounced.today he will retire after the of Chicago, where they certainlyhad The mayor of West Palm Beach second prize for the most beautiful '\

this amendment is passed,'it will I June convention in San Francisco and a good time. It is a foregone says the drivers of autos in that city lot in Palm Beach, in the Lot Beautiful -

not take effect until the term of the I wishes to transfer the reins of con- conclusion that the students in the :(had better watch their step for he isgoing I contest. It has a beautiful hedge '
but he i institutions of higher learning in break speeding and has i of Australian pines,
present encumbent, Gunn, expires. I trol to a younger man, says j to up many rare tropi-
Call Assistant Managers. i will "keep in touch with things." : this State will derive great benefit 1 instructed the police to arrest all of- cal plants and furnishes a setting for I

P begins, I from the Students Volunteer Con- : fenders and he will give them the {homes of rarest beauty, says The
In the fall, when the season
the Board of Directors will issue a Ii i years. There will be an opportunity: vention, and that the delegates ; limit of the law with favors to none. ''I! Post. The new owner plans to have

call for assistant managers as statedin for more than one man to be assistant, brought back force and the purposeof i| Many near accidents have occurred i!I a landscape garened of fame layout

the above proposed amendment, and and this will give a. Larger field for higher achievements to their 'i within the past few days and children I the entire lot, and she will build a c
choice of a manager. schools. are not safe on the street. beautiful home thereon.
as they should have done in previous the

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"Triedlander, : Time the organization will be perfected : shortage of seed potatoes.The .
pected'thafa: large quantity of ti'ottl the students and the Alumni
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and outlined to raise funds
forward. plans
will be Green, right I r [
off color fruit is Association.Thus .
and News-Record
size Fernandina
I IVessel1a's I Gray, left guard. I and build the memorial. The memor-
opened 'its engage- !I Cohen, right guard. 'I ial will be erected in the recently purchased begging the people of that city, who it appears that if the proposed
Band I
Sunday toe I Subs: C. Duncan forward; C. Anderson I park on Riverside avenue, are able to do so, to build houses for i j budget system is approved by the
ment in St. Augustine.on l 1 i (Continued on Page Two)
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t ;t :'l I:1:.I JACKSONVILLE 1. PHOTOGRAPHS best. Vansikel's work has been awarded first *j

f 1 BURNETT : Sure you want the I

E: 1 SPORTING GOODSCOMPANY THE--CLOTHIER .r prize south everv side of time square.and every place it has been exhibited.Gainesville Studio, Fla.on |

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! J f I It ::,; :'" DIN ING ROOM .tjrazjctijn known to the jr eneral means to bicck rather than cor s'ie: D 0 AX'S BICYCLE SHOP
j sub- I Ea Main Street.
leg:slaticc on hs merits, I again: t
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: # pub iz as a fraternity, but
: 31 't1 J nit proposed cmeadmect No. 1 ant FOR BICYCLES. ';OTORnTI.F.CCE5S0RlES
1 ai :fn fact a unit of stint poKtkrians of
:u. aolzc't: : This question AND REPAIRS
; + I ,r'i the Tammany Han type. The write your support. ;
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f I .;i SEE A. J. VIDAL fraternities, nor the A. T O. Fraternity Friday morning in chapel, at which .
the scao : 'IF ITS PRINTING SEND
to ) IT
; I if time :Mr. Lloyd Z. Marian, Florida* which will be of no help
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. i For Dnigs, Stationary! Toilet jrtnetally, but from this particular rilvei-tongaed: crater, has declaredus or paper. TO PEPPER
: I I Articles, Candies, Souvenir: chapter ojily. Any person who will *
: intention to picture to the >t:!den
I '" trcuble h 3Uel! to read over pamphlet.lejoits Loose leaf booJ..nd supplies
,. 1 IlL\; Cards:" Waterman's body The Life and: Character of Did. DON'TThrow
the various itt"@s to
of
coen PEPPER PRINTING COMPANY
: t. I 'I > Pens. Bepgs Piesident of the Student: Away' Your SafetyRazor
a I il a?" .1. :utar-fiaiernity coBfe 'ences. mar Body. Come and hear this speake Blade I Sharpen All Makes to Phor.e 13 3.
; ., Easily see that fraternities today havt
of reaown. Cut a* Good as New

;1 t! I : ..11 I; __-_ _.' serious intent and honest purpose. Imyse'f DICK BEGGS. Durham Duplex, per doz.._...__._.._.50c ,
: Frat both hterarj
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3.c'5in
'tJ All other Double! Edge, per doz.
! t ; '; S.XIT.RB.RBER and profe sionat To group together Note: The AUiprator will publish ie Ed?e. per doz...--. ._ ...._--___..-23cAH J. W. McCollum & Co.
a small number of men with fairly at any time communications from th'
+ t !I SHOP similar tastes and ideas, to unite them students, relative to the welfare of Blades Hair Tested DRUGGISTS
I Three Friends Barber ShopT. "The Rexal Store" Gainesville.Agerts ; .
t ; with a common ideal to have then the University, but reserves the right:
C. Peacock 707; Franklin St. for
I GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA. h.e together-this is the great educational to reject for publication! anything
I Tampa. Florida LIGGETS and NOKKk' CANDIES
aiian'a?? of the frst:---n: :ty
; :: : Mail Orders Receive Prompt Att-n-
when it takes the role of wart
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\ political group eekinjj votes by underhand I tion

::'--' : : : methods to keep the balanc* [,I i![ BUY CLOTHES

r -Florida Barber ShopFOR of power and incidentally the foot DICK REID

ball managership, it leaves the hipl Monet to
STUDENTS AND
I i a OTHERS plans of its creation, forgets th? idea NOT CREDIT 'II: 1 a "PAWN MEN'S FURNISHINGS
toward which fraternities strive any ii'
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Last Friday at a meeting of ih. s::: -; SHOP I! -

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i purpose of amending Section VII of II IIIn .
the Constitution, members of the A- Florida National Bank Did?.

T. O. Fraternity adopted the following
j HIGH GRADETAILORING
E A Full Line uf Musical Instruments -
method to again defer or defeat any DRUGhTT

i f amendment relative to the election of .

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II' team manager! After a motion was
t I made aDd carried, to the effect that
Next lair ta McCoUam's Dru? Store. "oat one" ballot would be taken, vote
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I' Pmoce 311.l being either for "first proposed J c- _c :,- ..,.,., ;-;:: -::::-- ._':.

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Mr. Norton introduced a new amend
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ICE CREAM DE LUXEt
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i the Constitution. This article had
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I Mr Morgan: for no other purpose thanto 4I Popular and Classical Sheet Music. High Grade Candies.
l lf r kL tf'1 the! ballot b3x with votes fo: -
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"Gn a-n-n.?megt." la Introducing zhhI I ''V; fcCrane's Exclusive Stationary.

\ Ir Noitcn acted a* the innocent cat
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i pre to satisfy the hungry monkey ., -- - .-

, the latter being in the person of rule I READ THE ADS IN THE ALLIGATOR
. other than my friend my Fraternity

I brother (Cooley Club), and a mcsj:
It t tilany customers have not denied ser of the A. T. O. Fraternity!: Mr II l

I ?Eat their tailjr they have tried Lichliter. I, as a member of committee ,
t i One they once have patronized on proposed amendments hal invited

.t r And has left them dis.atied. from Mr.and Lichliter entertained as to sutrs what stions suck /<. .j. I II I 1 KNIGHT & WALL CO. I Ifg

But you see my trade is such amendment should contain to which I
i 16 1 dare not reveal too much Sprin JlodeU Now on
he replied that he Unot taking .
: any DEALERS 1\ ALL JI
1 welcome SORTS
I shall your approach OF
t I t I!. part in student activities. Why did Display-$30.00 to $40.09.MEN'S ;!
firm kand- clutch.
! With a >hakiHjr
not Mr. Lichliter introduce his Athletic
own and \
Sporting Goods
Your all welcome and dear to meA mendmeflt Simply because he is FASHION SHOP !

; the boys of the University an A. T. O. and as such proceeded to TAMPA. *
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Phone 354. COULD THINK OF. THEY'D RELATE THEIR HISTORY FROM: TIlE v
T TIME THEY WERE CUT FROM GENUINE CALF-SKIN UNTIL THEY .
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PORTER: STORES TO BECOME PART OF THIS GREAT ORGANIZA
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J af prices which cannot be BLACK, BROWN AND TAN LEATHERS IN LASTS THAT FIT TIlE I
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o'clock, Kirby Smith and J. J. Finley'II ffi +
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Chapters, U. D. C., will give an informal 5 GREENLEAF & CROSBY CO.
I I its members and friends with a'
dance at the Elks' Club, in j i ,- social at Epworth Hall.i(!ii x
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night, January 16th. A good NOTED FOR QUALITY !Ii
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birthday will anniversary.be devoted to The entertaining funds derived -'j j 1! is assured and all the Univers- x! DIAMONDS, FINE JEWELRY, CHINAWARE, x
I 'I :i i boys with their :young lady I GLASSWARE AND SILVERWARE Iii
the State convention which meets in. \ I
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ADMITTED i; B. R. Colson, President.
Members of American Association of Title Men. Hetaberi of,Florida
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. size and off color fruit will be saved.! Green,right forward. I r and plans outlined to raise funds request of the students and the Alumni
: Gray, left guard. .. and build the memorial. The memor- The Fernandina News-Record is Association.
Vessella's Band opened its engage Cohen, right guard. : I I ial will be erected in the recently purchased begging the people of that city, who Thus 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,I are able to do so, to build houses for''I]: budget system is approved by the
February and March. f center; G. Stanley, guard. I known as Memorial Park. rentaL I (Continued on Page Two) i

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Dewey A. Dye, __ ___.____ _- Editor in Chief GENERAL INSURANCE Tested.

\ Goodrich CopeJand, -- ---- __ __u_ Managing Editor TAMPA FLA. .
, t H. x. Friedhuder,-Awt. Man. Ed. Leslie D. Williams, Local Ed. ,. ,
vt t Randal Banter. Sporting Ed. Heary hiler, .. Ast. Atfc. Editor -- --- -- -- : WE DO OUR OWN LEXSE GRINDING. NO DELAT.
H. JL DcSfca, Contributing Ed. -Bmas ,
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J. Vehwa Keen, ... _. Business NV Barkrra": Hall
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1st d second dasc matter September 28, 1912, at the posto ice at : !
1 I ; Gainesville Fla, tinder the Act of March 3d. 1875. TREATYLEAGUEVOTE E"ITroom ought to get a good live da.Iy. Subscr.be: fur Tat :,' II

t ; Place all communifaticns and news items in boxes designated for that ATLANTA GEORGIAN and SUNDAY: AMERICAN.rta. .-> itra.ier.a.k ; I
: i f-! gmpose in Peabody and Language HaHs. TAKEN HERE r-f-rtirg ;:,e..t1Un. Delivered:; 2 Jc. per wet' ., I

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THAT F. .\. A. AJlK DlIL''TG.IX.. !
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4. I favor any compromise on the -

: 1 It wens a pity that something definite in the way of affirmative action reservations which will make possible THE THOMAS COMPANYCOME 1
amendments to the Constitution and immediate ratification of the I
r cannot. be taken OB the several proposed ; 1C
i! : By-Laws of the Florida Athletic Association. Treaty and the League. : IN AND SEE US FOR BASE BALL FOOl!

i t Earlier in the political season The Alligator sponsored some change in 5. I favor the Government j-nxreed- BALL-TENNIS AND OTHER SPORTING GOODS. C

the gowning department of the Athletic Association The Alligator recommended ing to make peace with Germany at .
: 4; ; this change because the members of the staff were uniformly of the once and leaving the question of a 1
The method of electing football of Xatior to be settled after-
{. opinion that same shaking up was necessary. ., League
1 j managers was specially aimed at. Not the method of electing them as wards. 1i

j S provided for in the Constitution and By-Laws of the Association, for it could 6. I favor a compromise on the Popular Goods At Popular PricesAT i
rotation' of the
basis to allow an equitable manager-
I I be worked on such a as reservations; of such a character as
S : ship bat the method or system that was used in actual practice was severely r
I criticized for the reason that the members of the Board neglect to give the will avoid the danger of defeating BURKH1MSTHE I Il -
and allow system of closed ratification while still making clear
r} S proper attention to their official duties a competition
1' detrorer.t: of the best athletic interests of erica only be Devolved in
to de.-ek! >p, a.; wa fait, to th fcat A car I

the University. i a war by a declaration of Congress.
i !+ I Since that time we have become more cr less disgusted at th3 way the :ha: domestic: '1e5tifF.s and the Mon
i whole situation has been handled. Meetings have been called for the specific -ce Doctrine are entirely outside: of I h II

i i it and announced purpose of considering and voting on certain a .;erti cd : -v jurisdiction: of the League that ': NEW YORK: RACKET I
Vii1 amendments, studects have attended these meetings, beat about tie bush a >oral vot-s of any member are all l
while and have left with advke to come to the next me,;;tir? for the purpose: iis.oual.5cd in the event of a .uispute Agent forFlorsheim
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p F of voting on another amendment. When a meeting is called tt \vi- on ar .-.v r?-r we are discr: !allied from: vot.r. i Shoes I t
t amendment it seems that the proper course both in laws and i.i ..)IIU"Oi1f. ?. ana that on deciding to withdraw .
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sense would be to vote on it. Not nees-anly pass it bat vote on ;: matte,- .>-_ ire. to be the judge of wbe-ier our f
:t either affirmatively or negatively and clear the slate. Such delay 1.1'5 RJ-U- obligations have be-n: met. --- .

ing but time, and the right now means something to the inciate: manager Of these propositions No. 1. fav-
f whosoever he may fce. Son.e melted of eiecung the manarrr: should be determined olin ratification of the League and j r::ii !ii5fi&n! ;;/i
P upon and then the manager sb>uld: be elected for it is imperative Treaty without amendments cr reserj j "WE I
SELL
al that the coach and tho manager get their heads together and plan or. a vat'.ons.: received the largest vote, MUSIC"IF

schedule for next year. Iu3.: The sixth proposition: which ,- s;
I We will not go into the merits of the various amendment; or the motive '' was submitted to the committee of.i' ; YOU WANT IF YOU: ARE !gI

{ R r behind them, our only advice is to do something NOW and as our beloved University: and College publications!: : \i {S $
history teacher used to admonish "Better be safe than sorry." under: whose auspice the referendum : j RE 0. MUSIC PARTICULAR, fjj

I The business department announces that unless the amendments are vas taken, by Senator Hitchcock, of i!I GET S

1 } i k thrashed out real soon it will be necessary f.r that department to charge !; Nebraska, and which represents thej i r
+: the rate for publishing new amendments that is allowed for other forms of., views of those Democrats in the Sen- 'j EDISONMILLER'S |!
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HramfiirasafiiNEW
M legal advertising. ate who have supported the Presij j:31: ; I
ratification controversy j Lr {6
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WHO'S GUILTY? e.e: ::" the second largest

',' r-: _,-:con IV. favoring a compro- --

:! Even a first rough survey of conditions in the United States can l:a.d:) :.:_- \/ich: will: make possible imTre : _

I leave anyone unconvinced that it is squarely before us either to che.k Immigration i-
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by drastic measures or to set to work, with a will and c.dtayor.:: to reestablish ; Palm Beach Post tells of the '
I true Americanization, compared to which any present evid.r.e of "urrha.by: Mrs. I. W. Johnson of ':
: t win HE only a feeble playing with a feather duster of Americanization.: Th? Terrt5'v.-\ ( f :>. ': E, Royal Park. .

I ;": flat, bare facts we face are sufficient to show that, unless American: a-ot::: T:. :: 1 _: a few > .i-5 ago received
i the responsibility of leadership and the duty of service to the alien, un-Ameri- -( -fl- r-:--" for the most beautiful Agent For

I cans will We are no longer dealing with the problem of the individual bat i.. Pal:.; Draih. in the Lot Beau- tJ NALL'Y'S AND WHITMAN'S CANDIES
I with the problem of the alien group also, not only with the problem of c:-.-:r.ll l :-f-l contest. It baa beautiful hedge TOMKIXSOX KEY FLORAL
aliens groups binding themselves together in isolation from our national -, CO.
A Australian pines, n any rare tropical
ideals, language, and citizenship by alien and deluded doctrines.: Is it necessary plants and furnishes a setting for
to point to the fact that almost a third of the men employed in our homes of rarest beauty, says The : OF JACKSONVILLEmediate

i S 4 soft-coal mines are foreigners Is it necessary to point out that, no matter Post. The new owner plans to have J
i jii! what the merits of their protest, this was the group that looked upon the coal ,a landscape gardener of fame lay out
I' strike as an expression of an un-American proposal for a transformed
I : the entire lot, and she win build a ratification
of the
i America Is it Treatyand negotiated .thoat: the League.
necessary to state again the number of that horde of foreigners beautiful home thereon.
t 1 within our house who are permitted to isolate themselves from America League received 20 votes, caking The University of Florida repudiated -

f in gregarious industrial or urban colonies, depending for their information Prospects are good for a banner the total number of votes cast the proposition cf Senator
: leadership, and ideals upon revolutionary preachers and often upon the for the
crop of tomatoes in the Homestead League and Treaty 314 out of Lodge and the Republican majority
P disloyal minority among foreign-language publications Is it necessary to section. The Homestead Growers']! .t-t.t-a substantial
majority in theirfavor. the
of
drive again into our minds that between thirty and forty foreign-language Foreign Relations mmittee
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Association has recently torn out its Proposition II. received the
} newspapers, principally those in Russian Yiddish, Finnish, Lithuanian, and grapefruit machinery and installed to- smallest number of the United States Senau Propo
of votes 19
Hungarian, are printing regularly in one city-New York-anti-American bins only sition HI, which favored t 1t.Lodge
mato packing equipment. Sixty being cast against both League and
doctrines and are reaching men women, and children whom the English have been arranged. A new featureof Treaty. Forty-four reservations received' only 6: votes.
j language cannot reach Is it necessary ot hold up again the estimate of the the house is the ripening: room voters were opposed The vote of the students in each
to the
Federal invesitgators that fifty thousand aliens who are as foreign to us where the tomatoes too green to be League as a part of the college and the vote of the faa: aty: on
Treaty, holding that !
j as if they were in Budapest, Moldavia, or Moscow, are direct advocates of shipped are placed to ripen. There peace should be each' proposition follows:

Bolshevism'? For this condition shall we blame this kind of alien'? Utter are two rooms of this nature, each A. &. S. Teachers Eng. AST. Law. Fat Total
r.ofxsrese. He lives wrongly, thinks wrongly, and furnishes the basic group of accommodating a car. East Coast For 1. 61 2t 19 26 14 2S 165
l'' the minority-tyranny propaganda in_the United States. Buffor his existence growers are prepared for the largest For 2. G 2 0 2 2 ,19
in.oar; house we, and we only are responsible. Americans are to blame. tomato harvest on record. For 3. Ii S 12 2: 5 2 67
We should either shut him out-or make him o\er. And we have done neither. For 4. 2 1 3 8 2 ,4 20

-Colliers.Let Committees tare been appointed For s. 5 2 IS ; 12 .O : 44

..- and plans are .being fast shaped upi 1 For G. ,2.- 9 36 IS 32 II ; 129
!Era Flicker?=Tfcere is adiscussion_ .going-qnasto whether the I'' for entertaining the State convention Totals 118 39 88 91 73 k 6 444
pictures are bad for the sight. The general experience is that they bring a ,IBaraca-Philathea Union which meets Dr. J. M. Leake who

film before the eyes.-The Passing Show (London,) __'#'_ : .? _._ ? .? Jn Tampa in.apriLs t i ballot wishes to thank conduciedt'the ents who assisted him in holding tie
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and
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'"P'HE marvels of have revolutionized
\ electricity our manufacturing '
Dar \ models for
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f \'ae i 1 industries. With belts and pulleys replacedby
'tJ ; ,I :;' i t electric automatic-almost human-- I older
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:I" : r-4 motors operating men.
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t\\ jl fl flare machines, many a slow and tedious process has been elimi-
; H Bectncdlly-heated glue-pots task is made .
nated. The factory workers yesterday
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II! used Hart Schaffner &
in pattern shops ,
I r I i I",:'I + end elsewhere II pleasant by his command of this magic power. I Marx Suits ,

f',I 1 The Crane Company's plant at Chicago-electrical through I

1t I ; out-is a model of industrial efficiency. Its 10.000 horse $40 to $65 :
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&&*&. ... \ power of driving energy is brought by three small wires ,
ft .,. Iii from a distant power plant. Then electricity drives the Society Brand"Suits :

machinery which handles the coal for heating,cuts the steel,

CAMPS] TOGS $ sifts the sand and soils the material-in fact docs everything .
f from scrubbing the floor to winding the clock.
6I $45 to $65LEVY'S Hl
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SUITS AND OVERCOATS at I "- machrne oper- Such an institution is mnveous-superhuman-made! thus l
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by the man-multiplying force of electricity. The General
Reasonable prices. Sold all over z s
t > horsepower motor Electric Company has been instrumental in effecting this
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Florida by .? qa brass separates horn iron.if evolution. First, by developing successful electric gener- k
ating and transmission apparatus to furnish economicallythis

modem form of power. Secondly,through many years Bay and Hugan Street. k

---- BAILEYTHE of active co-operation with hundreds of manufacturers JACKSONVILLE: TLA. ,

,:'..;r;::', has mastered the art of applying the use of electrical energyto j
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Greeting Cards < ._ Y'..f_ v Harvey W. Cox, "The Physiology -
of the Farmer."

.--- ; ,-?/ I t j Hon. Harry B. Minium, ".-\ New ''f
t materials with train operated : Members Opinion of Newell.
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; attached to J.mp'fOCi t 1 by electric automobile motor .Dr. J. .H. Montgomery, Quarantine ;

HOTEL HIIiSBOROi .uuba-Aoaa ._____ ti-J Mil Inspector, "The St. Louis Meeting."

"' .........- F. M. O'Byrne, Nursery Inspector, i
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TOP 0' TOWN r. '
MR. WII.IOEWELL TENDERED State Plant Board, the faculty of the lowing toasts: mic Entomologists. ; ;

SUMPTUOUS DINNER AT University, staff of the Agricultural Prof. P. H. Rolfs, Director of the, A sumptuous course dinner was
WHITE HOUSE HOTEL. Experiment Station, the saff of the Experiment Station and head of the served and highly relished. This delightful -
i event attested in part to the
- -- College of Agriculture, on "How Newell -
General Extension Division, the staff
Ii i i Monday eveninglr.. Wilmon Newell : Came to Florida." popularity of )Iro Newell with his associates -
,; I of the Agricultural Extension Division and their appreciation of the
newly elected president of American Hon. 1L.. Wartman, member of E
:d). TAMPA, FLA.Do : and the staff of the State Plant honor paid him by election as chief s
: Association of Economic Etomolo- the State Plant Board, "What Newell
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executive, of this association. ;
wit : gists, was given a surprise dinner at Boaid. Has Done for Florida."

! : the White House Hotel, tendered in Hon. J. B. Hodges, chairman cf the Dr. A. Murphree, "A Layman's Lettuce shipments from Winter 1

:tf his honor by the \arious departments State Plant Board and Board of Control Impression of Xc well'sVork." Garden are said to be heavy, prices

v Business With of the University; of Florida, he being was genial toastmaster of the Dean H. R. Trusler, "High Crimes very satisfactory, and the quality extra -
head of the Plant B aid. Hosts of evening, introducing the different and Misdemeanors of the Plant Commissioners fine. The recent cool: weather had t
3 PHIFER STATE BANK the occasion we 'e members of the speakers, who responded to the foltine ." (Humerous). made the lettuce head beautifully t tr

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size and off color fruit will be saved. Green,right forward. t fed, and plans outlined to raise funds 1 ;nt
; request of the students and the Alumni
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Vessella's Band opened its engage- I Cohen right guard. f. ial will be I
ment in St. Augustine on Sunday for Subs: C. Duncan,.'forward; C. An- erected in the recently purchased begging the people of that city, who I it appears that if the proposed _

I February and March. ]j I derson, center; G. Stanley, guard. !I known as park Memorial on Riverside Park. avenue,1' are rental able to do' so., to build houses' for I budget system is approved by the i -_
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: HART SCHAFFNER | NEW LINE OF UNIVERSITY JEVELRYXI> STATION
& MARX' Clothes : _J
:' LARGE ASSORTMENT OF PENNANTS, FRESHMAN

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WOLF BROiTHERSI Everything For The Students I

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i Tampa, Florida REPAIR CO.
: ; ; AXTOMO Y CLEOPATRA You want in the line of Fancy Fruit, Groceries and Vegetables : I
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Gainesville Furniture I
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IHGGINBOTHAM BROS. a Block from Atlantic Cosst Line Depot.

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