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Title: The Florida alligator
Alternate title: Summer school news
University of Florida summer gator
Summer gator
Alternate Title: Daily bulletin
Orange and blue daily bulletin
Orange and blue bulletin
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Physical Description: v. : ; 32-59 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: the students of the University of Florida
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: January 23, 1920
Publication Date: 1912-1973
Frequency: daily except saturday and sunday (sept.-may); semiweekly (june-aug.)[<1964>-1973]
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biweekly (weekly june-aug.)[ former <1918>]
weekly[ former <1919-1924>]
weekly (daily except sunday and monday june-aug.)[ former <1928>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 24, 1912)-v. 65, no. 74 (Jan. 31, 1973).
General Note: Summer issues also called: Summer school ed., <1915>-1920 and again in 1923; summer issues also called: Summer ed., <1921>.
General Note: Has occasional supplements.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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The Florida Alligatorli:. I






"FOR A GREATER FLORIDA" '


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.. OF FLORIDA, GAINESVILLE FRIDAY, JANUARY 23, 1920 Xo. lo I
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'nvo VICTORIES !L TO POSTPONE INSTALLATION OF A. A. AMENDMENT STUDENT BODY. !



: FROM FIVE GAMES ANNUAL MEET PHI DELTA PHI! FINALLY PASSED WILL SUPPORTDEBATING :


ON WEEK'S TRIP! I a I
LACK OF SUPPORT C'Al'SEI
WILL FLORIDA HONORED BY RECOGNITION UNDER NEW PLAN :MANAGERS TEAM
POSTPONEMENT:
OF ANNUAL OF FRATERNITY BY WILL BE CHOSEN BY BUSINESS

UDISOX LAYS STELLAR ROLE HIGH SCHOOL TRACK MEET NATIONAL BODY. \I.IFIC'\TIOXS-HEC.\LL A s I
I AND DECLAMATION ADDITIONAL DEBATING CONTESTS I '
DURING ENTIRE TRIP, :MAKING | CONTEST. FEATURE OF NEW PLAN.
WILL BE

if I; TOTAL OVER GOALS.IIAi IF1,01t1D.t'S 'ir | Plans Have Been-Made, However, and ,: TO HAVE BANQUET After Several Stormy Sessions Passed :' SCHEDULEDSOON. II I I

r; -- I ICOXE if Any Support i is Offered, Meet !< By Unanimous Vote of Athletic .As-

/21 IS CAPTAIN Will Probably. Come Off as PerSdu.dule. I! Cooley Club of Law College' to be : sociation at Friday Chapel Meet $1( ASSESSMENT MADE -. # ;

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;I Ii i Transformed Into Inn of World's ; ing.

; Greatest Legal Fraternity.

i Quintet Cleans up Jax. Aggregation Altho tentative plans have been I After several stormy sessions, the Chance That Other College Will be
Florida )' Taken b "
on Two Nights, but Fall made for the Annual High School When a certain group of student amendment to the Athletic Associa- on > Debaters-Requests: i
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(1I have Been Numerous
and These
I I Before Fast Bunches at :Macon and j jCjvinnah. Track Meet and Declamation Contest ; lawyers are through riding a legal : tion Constitution and By-Laws was : Have Caused Incrt'3ot"dcth'it .. I
goat Saturday night, the Cooley Club }
1 I held here usually in April of each will have adjourned sene die and will finally made when the proposed ;, I. I

I Before stalling on their trip thru !I year, the chances are that the meet i! have been replaced by the Cockrell ':, amendment was passed by unanimous Support of an extensive debating ,
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Florida and Georgia, the 'Gator Basket will be postponed for 1920. i'Inn of the Phi Delta Phi. vote of the association last Friday in i program by the students of the University E' f
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I elected captain for Due to the The installation team for this province -' There to. assured from the hearty
Ball squad a fact that the money chapel. was no opposition I
ap-
response given to an appeal from the
of
the Phi Delta Phi International .
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:}he rest of the season, the honor fall- propriated for athletics was practically Legal the issue, and everything went off Debating Council, last Tuesday, when +
Fraternity comes here Saturday i
the 21 class.
!-.g to Curtis Coxe, of I nothing, and also due to the fact j j : and will guide the -outhful' peacefully. j the matter was presented to the Stud. .
Florida started off the season with : This was the third time that the:'
that the ( seekers after the ent body. With the increased financial i
boarding facilities of the }j secrets of this or- :
colors, delivering a trouncing ; amendments had been proposed for i aid the
Ewing ii
der which University will be able
at a recent convention : ,i
:i their first game to Jax. Y. M. C. A. University the are crowded to their limits, j j granted a charter to the Cooley Club the By-laws, and altho there had been.: to send teams to other schools than
high school i
boys of the State will
:e the tune of 33-30. Favor of Flor- I probably be unable of the University of Florida Law Department 'I' no co-operation to pass an amendj i j those in the Triangular debate, an4 t
to take their
,;ia. Spectators of the game com an- that afternoon in the ment before, this time everyone : there will also be a chance to debate 4
Coolj i
rienton! Florida's speed and passing, nual spring outing at the University, Club j seemed to work in harmony. Louisiana State University.At .
ey rooms, after the hour, | :
supper
and to spend a few days enjoying the !
matched against a five I The amendment :
eves tho I'I'.ortby side j i the new members of the Phi Delta Phi ,: agitation was the chapel meeting Dr. Farr I" '
of life.
their metal. sunny University ] started last fall when the method of 1
of ,
\ When ini j i will initiate alumni members of the ; | spoke briefly and presented the sub
appropriations were made j
Mercer came next, and from ap- the Legislature last the Uni- j j Cooley Club into the greater organi-il 1 I electing a football manager under the ject. He recalled debating in its t ,

learance she expected to clean up year \ zation. Fourteen active members of : old system was found to be defective.The j early stages at Florida and recordedits
versity received small of
the stock market with finances, turn- !J a very end j!! the present Cooley Club will receive t new method will eliminate any j progress, concluding with an
I the money deal, and as there is bare- j appeal
'tig out four hundred rooters and a''J i their degree Saturday afternoon. incompetent managers from the running j for greater activity Dr. Cox

brass band. Against such an array it'!' ly enough to handle the regular expenses I They, in their turn, will "put : and will give an opportunity to 1 also spoke for a few minutes, point d
of the school those in charge
recall if he is unsatisfactory 1
would have been impossible to deliver : through' about twenty-five alumni. the manager J' ing out that the leaders of tomorrow
feel that the meet will have to be
post- :
a decisive defeat so the 'Gators left i, After the night initiation the whole ;! after election. The new rise in many_ instances from the debating .
poned this year, like many other amendment also for electing !t I
the score 30-20 in favor of Mercer j Fraternity will journey to the White f provides field of today.
: things. House for other teams by reason :
dining room to enjoy a formal managers
The Macon Y. M. C. A. loomed up J Ja 1 Knight and Wall, of Tampa, have I banquet. i of their business qualifications. i The question as to how much financial I

the horizon before the 'Gator quintet I support was needed from the
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again offered their loving for the
I cup For about six years the Cooley Club This change in method will not interfere ,i
had rested from the previous of I student body and on this there seemed I
school making the largest number
has been laboring to gain a charter with the present management I
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tights exertion. Macon Y. M. C. A., t to be some misunderstanding. The
JI points for three consecutive years, from Phi Delta Phi, hence the installation of the football team for 1920. The I 'I
fiOyieVer, undoubtedly has one of the&est amount needed depends entirely on
\ and other prizes will probably be do-
j comes Saturday as a fitting assistant manager will, however, be i s
teams in the South, having defeated nated as usual, if the meet is held. : reward for their tireless efforts. (Continued on Page Two.) i how many debates are arranged for. i j

the Illinois Athletic club the i For the programs that have been car I

l previous week. They trounced Flor- Readers of Harold Bell Wright's ried out in the past an assessment of .
HAVE PICTURES MADE
:,la to the score of Gj-23. I j greatest novel, "The Eyes of the CLOTHING ISSUEDTO fifty cents per man has been sufficientbut I

:Savannah Y. M. C. A. nosed out World;' will be interested in the the debating council feels that the

four points ahead of Florida in ther.nal FOR 1920 SEMINOLE fact that it has been translated intoa STUDENTS SOON: time has now come when :Florida I ,

quarter, using new men during magnificent motion picture by the should expand its activities in this ,

Clune Film Producing Company, i direction, and accordingly, recom- i i
latter j !
the part of the game. '! SCHEDULE IS ANNOUNCED 1JYI EXHIBITION 0 F AUTOMATIC I
i i makers of the great film spectacle, mended that an agreement with Louisiana I
Returning to Jacksonville the 'Ga- I STAFF AND MEN ARE URGED RIFLES, MACHINE GUNS AND
'Ramona." The is State University be concluded,
new production to
tors turned the tide again and walkedoff ;i TO GIVE SUPPORT TO PRO j STOKES TRENCH :MORTAR :, I
be shown in this city for the first ; and that efforts be made to arrangefor i
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with the Catholic Clubs scalp, GRAM. j WILL BE ON DISPLAY SOON. i
I j time at the Lyric theatre, January 29 I a debate with Tulane. The motionwas I
with-a score of 24-16. '
- and j! A schedule fu-taking Seminole and 30th. Automatic rifles, machine guns, then made and passed that a general j
..JJ The trip covered North Florida Few stories of the time offer assessment of one dollar per
1 has ben announced by the I and a Stokes' Trench Mortar has been
most of Georgia, taking six days and !I pictures greater scope for such a work. In..|i i sent to the Military Department of | man should be made. This will be s

Considering: no coach and small funds staff. They request that every man (i the matter of scenic beauty; the San 1 the University, and will be set up I ample to carry out an extensive pro-

available, made a very creditable give them the heartiest cooperationin 1 Bernardino mountains, the locale of here. Handbooks gram.
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t and displayed in a room
-howing. the matter, in order that the magazine -tI j so much of the romance, could not explaining each will be attachedthe i j In order to faciliate the collecting k

The members of the squad makingthe i may be issued on time this year. ]! but inspire the producers. As for pieces on exhibit and students will !!1 of the assessment, every man is asked

trip were: Madison, Mgr.; C. I[characterization, the actors have : to study to it at the time when board is
I The schedule follows: i be given an opportunity :I pay
Coxe, Capt.; ByrdV.. Cox, H. Ward,I wonderful opportunities in the portrayal them at their leisure. paid for the second semester at the
W. Ward and Heuck. Credit is due r :\{Marable will be in his studio I| of the widely dissimilar characters I 1 auditor's office.Prospects .
I hours I who in "The of i Wednesday, packs were issued to
Manager Madison for shooting over I during the following : j figure Eyes theY
for successful in
the to 12:30 m. j i \ orId." the men in A and B companies, thei | a year
trip. 9
half p.
the goals scored during a. m. debating look bright. There is
an
J According the the latest reports, it : 2 p. m., to 6 p. m. : There is the burnt-out, bestialized i other two companies receiving theirs I abundance of good material at the
I rogue, Mr. Taine, wrecked by his own .: Thursday. The packs will not be
will be have the game
impossible to
I 7:30 p.m., to 10 p. in.FreshmenSaturday I University and that strong teams will + !
with the 30th, but excesses, a pitiable apology for man- } worn at eVery drill, and there is noth-
Stetson here
on 17
I I January ,I hood still to maintain "the be obtained is not doubted for a mo-
,
J the 'Gators will probably play at De- eager ing definite known yet regardingtheir I
to Saturday, January 23 inc. ment. II
kills but
pace that physically unable -
\ that :
only ,
Land next Saturday. Sophomores Saturday, January23d to do so. I disposal or usage, 1! .I( ,

f Plans are being made to hold the to Saturday, January 30, inc. I There is the :young and voluptuous : each man has one. A number of well-known speedboats I

inter-college basketball games here, Special Juniors, and Seniors may I wife of Taine, a siren polished in : It is expected that sufficient cloth have already arrived in Miamifor

in the near future, so there will bea have their pictures taken at any time j I manner and sinister in purpose, who 'i ing for the entire battalion will be hereby I the annual regatta. Impromptu

1! here, !i the of the month when it will ,
small chance to see a game during: the above period. intrigues to entrap the young artist first contests between individual boats are
II
even though it is not a regular one. The first picture will cost $1.23, i|i in her meshes. be issued. All officers and non-coms J of almost daily occurrence and the '

and each additional print 23; cents. )I There is Conrad LeGrange, the': have their uniforms now and are re- I' water front is always a scene of interest

I II ilaas Bros. of Tampa have recently I Please order the correct number of cynical story writer, who confesses I quired to wear them at drill. says a Miami correcpondent. I'

purchased the four-story brick build : prints so that there may be no delay that he "haunts the intellectual i Students who have ordered clothing The regatta this season, as heretofore

ing known as the American National dif- thru the University will pay the I will be an event of international
in making up the groups for the slaughter pens" for material for his :,

I Bank building. This property adjoins II ferent organizations.Since !! "successful" stories, but in whose j Auditor for the clothing as soon as importance. Many new boats will 1 I

other property acquired some time the prints must be sent to I heart still burn many of the kindly I II possible, and present the receipt to I enter the race this year. 1-t I
ago by Maas Bros., and gives them an If
who will issue
the Supply Sergeant,
"L" blockin I the engravers at an early date, any I i sentiments of his earlier days. f
shaped plot almost half a
the part of a few students t There is the young artist, Aaron >I'I' the clothing. United States for the clothing oy
delay on
size, on which they are planningto : The Military Department wishes it equipment. Any articles lost will I
will prevent the appearance of their King, ambitious for fame, who is on ,
build a large department store of in the Seminole.Due 'I' the point of debasing his talents for emphasized that the clothing and have to be paid for, and if these are :

seven stories, giving the firm floor pictures the fact that Mr. Marablehas the easy way to success and becomes. other equipment is Government property found, they are still government prop :

space of 63,000 square feet, which will to time for taking the the shining mark for a designing S and each man who has clothing erty, the government refunding the.
been ill the I
make it ,
one of the largest departmentstores .
in the entire South. pictures will be extended a few days.1 woman. I issued to him is responsible to the money paid for same. ,


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'handled. It is anticipated tnat tnere*WM about n whip any team of their.size.||I val county, who lost their lives in the merged and many will be a total loss.sties: ; exclusive of regular University.
just
-will be a good deal of fruit for the.|I Their line-up follows: |[ World War, will hold an important Hastings reports heavy damage. This i, fees total $19.

next two months or so. With the j' Connell, center.Friedlander 1 1'I j|[ meeting in Jacksonville, at whicrj loss is more serious because of the j I Georgia Tech, has recently added a
speed it is expected + Fee of $6.50 at the :
at top Student Activity ,
:factory going, left forward. j j time the organization will be perfected shortage of seed potatoes.The j i
thai large quantity of the off I request of the students and the Alumni
a 'I outlined to raise funds
I and
forward. plans
Green. right | ,
will be saved.Vessella's t
size. and off color fruit I I Gray, left guard. and build the memorial. The memor- Fernandina News-Record is I Association.Thus .

"its engage- I Cohen, right guard. : I ial will be erected in the recently pur- begging the people of that city, who it appears that if the proposed

Band opened Sunday foei I Subs: C. Duncan- forward; C. Anderson chased park on Riverside avenue, are able to do so, to build houses for I budget system is approved by the ,
ment in St. Augustine on l 1 (Continued on Page Two)
- I center; G. Stanley, guard. known as Memorial Park. rental.
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) I JACKSONVILLE :i BUY CLOTHES f PHOTOGRAPHS I

HAVE : ; Sure you want the best. Yal1 il.erork bay been awarded fcI : -
b r SPORTING GOODS and place it has been exhibited. .
prize every time everj 5tndio ]I
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i NOT CREDIT i r south side of square. Galnf'St'ilIe, 1\
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COMPANY DEAL CLOSED FOR I :
? I HOISE. AND WILL TAKE t' ,I ? ;::: r.--:: :'_=: =: : =-: ::-:::' =: -- : :._:-:- :._: : J

i> +' The Sportsman* ;Store SESSION: : ON: MARCH 15TH. ] 'il -
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\_ J.-..S.n.'_'-v" Fit B...* WMi Ore .[ Fm*-t ;Cr a;H Hc Hy
15 THE OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHER FOR
tNear the Capns. ; JLUt\BL E TEE
\I\EKSITV OF FLORIDA

II ----- K. A's of the Umrrersay will

f a hoose of their own Maicfc 15, .. --J
f DICK RED) fafl pest of the Perry ; 4 t :----

C r'' boas at 2100 West: Uanwrsaty READ THE ADS IN THE ALLIGATOR
LIEN'S
FURNISHINGS
,!lie wifl be fN
=r. nuuul over to the
Zeta chapter. of that fnIs1b : <; ( : .
TAMPA., FLA.SEEA.J.3TDAL. is ... of the finest and moat m. .. J r _- >aDORAN'S

! iag resiItscrs of GamegnBe, and '1 BICYCLE SHOP
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bntids and meral
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.Ii East lam St **!
; 'i make it adenl far the nnrnof !
E FOR BICYCLES. MOTORCYCLES ACCESSORIES
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fraternity hs & j
1 1t #i i AND REPAIRSURNETTTHECLOTiER
:. For Drags, Stationary Toilet The Beta Zeta was rptabhuhnd I'
Article Candies, Souvenir 19M. when the Vmmra&y was

:. r Cards, Waterman Lake city, aad was mortd here t
: + Pens. tM& with the ...... At the p1e: !' ,
!i l tale, the chapter has o*er fl.
: --------- artist climbers __ !
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ahxeai thixMMThoot the State. "- .
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hare been made for sonte lice '1..
t : SANITARY BARBER !build aDd a lot had been .- i'' '

I SHOP cwt these I were chard when \ \ j j
deal for She Cobra residence %, Ii'
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\ GAIXESVHiE, FLORIDAFlorida dasci The hoee is, situated ,
{ OB West Y'I NUFF SED
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I : i :'O:: :::: A. : -'- :"' ::" =:e rcrsity aT me faring the exact: l
II II I ter rf the caapos. his. brrtee "" 'i
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i Barber Shop- the test A pV 111 featare of I ;I; ,
r; FOP. STUDENTS AND boast is the large porch+ esttsd : ; \es- Sprier )it deL \.,. na ;+I I'! Ii 1

\ ''l .u OTHERS araand the front of the lower a Di.pias-$. ." .. $i 'i{: I THE WHITE HOUSE

West Side of Squire Gain 5TiDe. lasade are tars large irrag rooms,

t I -.-....-..-_-----.----------------o dining sleeping mom and. kitchea, bed rc ::1 MEN'S\ FASHION SHOP !Ii i One of Florida" Best HotsIsRates
Ii porch OB the lamer It:
i j ;: while there :))1' Florida ;!t
are bed TOMBS. sleep> Tampa !,ii from 3.50 to So.OO per day, American Plan.
I NICK D43LATO perch bath roans OB the -
fJoar. Prices Marked in Every Room.
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As the cast will acc-
S. OGDEX CHAD"'ICh.
HIGH GRADE early enty-five nwn, this wiD J{ football at the beginning of each
an acceptable ndditaos to the Manager.
At the end of the seaso"
TnminiHr iacffitoes of the C1 1
; TAILORING Board, exanunatxin will
C leak will not be served m by p&ssthe
I i, hons* now. bat the plan say be .... 'bnsrae .,.'--tjon5 of

", Next do.r U MeCoBsM's Drag: St re.Pbore after this J'Nrembftos of the -, and sahnut the rimes of ADVERTISING IN THE ALLIGATOR P.AYSr

51LMarj trny are already occttpym ? the ..-dat s analinnd to the Athlete
I\ per Janr e f the Ghee aoo e, : -
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will haw bill we of the place a. ;
i': the nuddle of March.A. ,o.a anaper for the following

: d =. -1. AMENDMENTIS .. Other: athletic managers: af' !r PALM PARLOR l

.. J. FINALLY lompctitm examination on bo -
',; 'P, ::... .. onalMKaixonf, will be appointed f
"ICE CREAM DE
LUXE
(CoB&aaed from Page Oae.1 the Board of Directors. All man' *
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=aced oat aadrr the new rale. s: are Jahjutt to rear al for in- I
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I ; : l'I JC' J The\jaeadaMBt sear aawadateat to ArUefe sg 6.as SectionByhzs foD by a tote of three- ? Popular aAd C3assical Sheet Music. High Grade Candies.f .

.: ....r of the Board. The duties of
I'I : of UarrersnT: of t Crane: Exclusive Stationary. f
\:%Je.rit Association Manager and the Assistaai .
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:' i" i stan! :ard of Director*

.. q READ THE ADS IN THE ALLIGATORSr5SfflSffi2f2fSffi
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That their tall r they havc the J HOT HOI\IE-\LADE\ ] BISCUITSBrown ,
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On* they once have pstrouudAad
1",1 u : its left them drsastirie+d.I' Gravy and Potatoes I
I ', ..J, KNIGHT & WALL i c
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t :Bt Mora see! aqr trade is such The Place Where 'Gator* Eat. r'
\: I dare not reseal too mad

i'l'i, I B .r4kae 7..r ss.ch Increased Service. Short Orders. k: DEALERS:
l'ALL
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;.j Apply for Mead Tick&ts.f |
Tour< s.H welcome sad dear to BAs : g | Athletic and Sporting Goods
11 the boys of the University
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QUALITY -x- SERVICE :: BOYS, MAKE :MY STORE YOUR
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I 3 Ladies Ready to wear Dry Goods Notions, Certain: and LARGE WASH ROOM FREE. RTES.:

Curtain :Materials and Window Shades --\Th'LETIC UNION SUITS, $1,25. $1.50. $1.75, $2.00
AND Si25 PER SUIT.:

GAIXES\ LLE. FLORIDA..
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Epworth League Social. j Fattig, and the endorsement of a' +
University men were entertained at i I
strong debating I !
program for the Uni TonguesorOurSnoes
a very enjoyable social at the Epworth !I versity.Leo : I

F Hall last Friday night. Hollis Pern- '
Wilson told us why large farms
berton was in charge of amusements :
: and arranged many delightful and were more economically run than \ i1
smaller
I ones. Reduction in overhead ; r
which i
unique features, kept everyone' expense and the making possible of l .'
:
thiuout the evening. The ;
guessing the
purchase of labor-saving machin- + I
men cut out and costumed the ;> .
young ery were some of the reasons given. 0

young ladies with paper gowns. ,;i Prof. Fattig showed the boys what Could Talk 1 '

Many other unique stunts were fea- I wondrous opportunities lay in the' 'I

tured. path of those taking SmithHugheswork O '
The hall was prettily decorated with j
in the <
! University. Already he .
r r flowers and ferns for the social, and I I said, Smith-Hughes men were making 4 !
; after the games, hot chocolate and I *
served.U. I larger salaries than college profes- THEY'D TELL A FAR MORE INTERESTING STORY THAN ANY WE 0 i
wafers were I
sors.The COULD THINK OF. THEY'D RELATE THEIR HISTORY FROM THE I '.
club voted to stand behind debating TIME THEY WERE CUT FROM GENUINE CALF-SKIN UNTIL THEY + j
1)
C. Dance. j 4
. at all costs and to make Flor- WERE TRIMMED, FINISHED AND SENT TO ONE OF THE THREE t'
' Friday night, the Elks Hall !I e
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was ida first in the world.
debating
PORTER STORES TO BECOME PART OF THIS GREAT ORGANIZA t
of the annual dance given! .
the scene All Ag. who .
men are adept at rolling )) TION'S POPOGANDA OF QUALITY.
by the U. D. C. chapters on the oc-|! the ball into the basket in bas-1! 'I.!

' cision of Robert E. Lee's birthday. i I ketball will kindly make themselves 4

,; The hall was attractively decorated I known to Coach Driggers. : BLACK, BROWN AND TAN LEATHERS IN LASTS THAT FIT THE 4 I

| with the old Confederate colors, red, ii j FOOT COMFORTABLY AND CORRECTLY, I

i white and red. I; + + + + + + + + ? + + + I '

j During the evening several novel' + + : Everything Men and Boys Wear : I I

introduced. The Uni-ij : +
] features were i: LOCALS. + I' + :
j Ttrsity Jazz furnished the music and !! + + .
.
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i a large amount of pep was present !.: + + + + + + + + + + + I
i i ij I t
i among! the dancers.
i j Edgar Knight spent the past weekend : 4 !I'
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with his folks in i
Tampa.
,
Young Ladies Entertain. I + M
t i C. E. Duncan was called home the ,'
Gainesville young ladies entertain- .
i| first of the week account of the
on ,
i td Saturday night with an informal ,1
i death of his father.
dance in the K. A. rooms. The University -| .
: "Rat" Mixon went over Williston : : Corner Bay and Laura Jacksonville, Fla. :
Jazz furnished the music and i(

kept things moving most of the time,'ii i i Saturday, returning Monday after a ;I + O

as usual. I,, brief stay at home. ,4 -

: R. M. Smith and E. S. Beeghly paid : .......O..................................*...

+ + + + + + + + + + + + a week-end visit to their home in

+ + Jacksonville. i :
1 ; you when you tell her she is the first U; ,
+ CAMPUS CLUP.S + Franz Paul, Pete Harris, Osborne "
woman you ever loved? i:R 4
a
+ + ;, Bie and Francis Parker report a
I :
"Yes, if you are the first liar she S SI
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + } great time on their recent raid on I has ever met."-Rayne Tribune. i i x:g GREENLEAF & CROSBY CO. x! +

< Tampa. fi x I Ia

THE ALACHUA COUNTY CLUB j Woodburn Tripp and Parkhill Mays The only people-who count are those 't, NOTED FOR QUALITY Y;
The Alachua County Club was organized '
entered the Agricultural College dur- who can be counted on.-Ex. j x DIAMONDS, FINE JEWELRY, CHINAWARE. i
last Wednesday night, the ing the past week. Since they have : "L '
following officers being elected: E. N. i Moral. ; I GLASSWARE SILVERWARE I
their wonder
changed course, we why.
fi 41, West: Day Street. Jacksonville, Florida.
Millican, president; M. E. Saunders, Silver quarters could be rolling in,Two merchants bid for Fortune's prize i t

vice-president; C. C. Cook, secretary- J! faster for the gold football.)) Florida In the self-same field of labor. i fic

treasurer. The club was rather late I expects every man to do his duty. One had the sense to advertise CLASS PINS-RINGS-MEDALS-TROPHIES I "1 1fi

in organizing, but is confident of suc- See Pemberton, Friedlander, Nichol And soon bought out his neighbor. T II '1
cess because of the interest it manifested -: -Boston Transcript. !fifi! !xx! !x! !xx! !xxx! !fifififi! !fi! !fi! Y;! !fi! !fifi! '

in affairs. AH the men I- .. .. ., .
county ief j -- -- -- -- ---- 11'1

the county are requested to attend \! + + + + + + + + + + + + i All lie Asked. I,\

the next meeting, which will be held I+ + They were standing outside the i i Alachua County Abstract Company
I front door having a final chat after ..J
in the near future. i + CLIPPED. + :,II B. 1.:. Colson, President. r
his evening call.
+ + I Members of American Association of Title Men. :Members of Florida I
AG. CLUIt. i + + + + + + + + + + + + He was leaning against the door Association of Title Men. J
The Ag. Club last Monday night ; post, talking in low, dulcet tones. She j' GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA. ::

featured talks by various members'of '' That Depends."Do was listening and gazing up rapturously I 1 I I

the club, a short address by Prof. ( you think any woman believesju'sTabou't ,\ into his eyes. ,! I. J
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Suddenly she turned around. The I'
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-- : door had opened; and there, just inside : ..---- -- --- ---- '

i stood<
t gown. I M, at prices which cannot be duplicated in the future. We are selling A I ,
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Students' Laundry Club 1 "My dear father," she asked, "what 11 t, them at SOc, 75c and $1.00. '
is the matter?" I I }
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L. C. SMITH, JEWELER I
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Weekly Her dear father i ignored her ques- ,l A
All Your Laundry Done tion. i j' North Side of Square. Gainesville, Florida ;
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MONTHIf "John," he said, addressing the ::1'
PER
$2.00 --
!i young man, "you know I've never

month to :complained about your staying late, j: ! !fi! !fifi! !fifi! !fifi! !fi! y; !fi! y; !fi! ;I (
it isn't worth $2.00 per keep ;and I'm not going to complain now; 'i; I IIi

all clothes well laundered wear 'em but, for goodness sake, stop leaning'!! 1 ::1
,
your against the bell-push. Other people ':

dirty. We don't have to room with you. want some sleep, even if you don't." I SOUTHERN MUSIC CO. I l

;, London Tit-Bits. :

i 28 ADAMS STREET JACKSONVILLE, FLA. !
Always Was Slow. i;

Edith Jack's been calling "
on me !
!ii. ;

DROP IN for time six he months.proposed Don't? you think it's | Largest Stock In the South of Musical In- x I : 0struments

: \
Maud-Oh, no; it was nearly a yea

You'll Be Welcome Whether or Not You Decide to Buy before he proposed to me.-Ex. jfi Strings, Drummer's Traps j| j j I

SI and Sheet Music yjs :

OTTO F. STOCK, TAILOR iui PJiAEJL1:x Y; :' 1 I I I

Cleaning : -,.. Pressing i
Alteration z" H MAIL ORDERS SENT SAME DAY .\ RECEIVED E
-- 'G ih !sviUe.'c GENERAL INSURANCE .
Phone 354. I x

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-- -- -' 0't ties; excIusIve of regular
'h ndled. It is anticipated that tnerej t ;whip'any team of their.size.:]i val--7 county, who lost their lives in the merged and many will be a total Thi loss. fees total $19. t 1

t. will be a good deal of fruit for the( Their line-up follows: I[ World War, will hold an important Hastings reports heavy damage.of the j. Georgia Tech, has recently added a
the Jacksonville, at whicr toss is more serious because I at the
next two months or SOWit ; Connell, center.Friedlander i j meeting in Student Activity Fee of J6.50,
I
at top speeds it is ex1Tected \4 time the organization will be perfect- shortage of seed potatoes. of the students and the Alumni -
'! factory going left forward. I request
ft; quantity of the off I\ and outlined to raise funds 1 .
plans
s thai a large i. Green, right forward. fed t Fernandina News-Record is I Association.Thus
The
j will be saved.Vessella's memorial. The memorial if the proposed
t''- size and off color fruit I, Gray, left guard. and build the begging the people of that city, who it appears that
i in the recently purchased the
, \ will be erected system is approved by
I Cohen, right guard. able to do so, to build houses for budget (
its engage- avenue, l are 1
1 f Band opened fo;1 Sub: C. Duncan forward; C. Anderson park on Riverside i (Continued on Page Two)
Sunday rental.
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I i die C ..-4- ... wtside .f die iiaati.VI=is Be lilt state d tae ,

; h I; : Bite of rIWrk.- _allwad him a ell.& It is this .... A t dust erefi'aeisfif IN AND SEE US FOR BASE BALL FOOT

tthat nast be al iited f. for geed a[ the L's ... Is.. __ : BALL TENNIS AND OTHER SPORTING GOODS.
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.. d this editariaS will be neeesssaiy: .r ... II tie AnI peeartsaasi.r
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t I 1 tale the lamp_deviate .. theretrocpectne ew+e .issal seat ts'... arse

; L is elzaaRia. of the fiDt of the s ehaai lean aad e-. i r

I t shah forward to Jaaaary 12.193ft, I can think af naugr Unagi njafcnDr. afh"? fhslerAar -' Popular Goods At Popular PricesAT

Shaw which woald be trraed+ very fiberal by eras! the leaner nf tLe eaicaerAiii. -
we wnafSa, sCsn
I i", s. He at ane time stated ta> his dans: in Political Gtamjt I-.eri- BUR KHlMS
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f cos G..ersaent nd Panties-that he ihiimJa that .. aaan in theposaeas ... .

sa- sMid ewer nwee than fSMMuML At anather tine he aaarsoedi

I I. )I, :, tIIIIt anarchy' was .. idea}-farm of e---.gleat. FIBBI a iI'A -_--.. u_:: DIe ]4a irir -

f : .'. VMW: that is tree aithaagh. irons a practical viewpoint it is titan ,

}ri I f'y:.: ; : Many of the liberal statements of the Piaffe MOT_ rear dc 1.c'n- G"t t&m.- I THE NEW YORK RACKET

I I!. ; i sidee.+ed.. f.a strictly: rIlllira1: perspective. Tiny' Carr ads ? iU't fID! -

; ...w hear m Greenwitch Viibtce or in the draining ...... af na JIErlf9!' Or Agent forFlorsheim

1I1II ,!t ; radieal I ant quite certain that Dr. Sans did not foster tie Max ]Ian; s3e: Shoes
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I ::4 : of saeialsas er that: of aufitnnt radicalism. A5" of this: beg 'x r-t its :>-

f''!l ..i '{ : aim -- -- t-t lie seer a..dr ati-uweT at -1,u se : ais :
,\\1" Aadiaaae tint _
;::\ I dam Tbesr is i.t tittle doobt. that he has ben -- d aaeef IbIIes 1rF
...1 t.: ,
}; : I meebes of _L.=- einses ins did-...-- abatrate .it'1 fKHKaSrKSnr! : SSHKfS : !: =r:;: :;- r s: -.s::: ;
j. ; ,! tkl.c- ; ste tires adt We ..... lie .
1, I ( titan to coaoprekend beeanae of the exactness m eon ..-&..... s S "WE SELL :MUSIC:

f.: Dsricg his estiur saran ... B.livdr>I Srimee arese< wee did it take a ; CP-'Ift-n.\1 .: y;
; (Cg
:: 'Oetsestkb .w be classed as Soviet. pe+apaguda SeoINDI! times be : IF YOU WANT IF YOU: ARE !SS :
':: said ill effect, that he thought neither the United States trar Let ABies IIIId aE ; Way '

f I,'t i .cIIiaIl rim to inanfege-+ the stair wtDdI ass this JIMe a pia_ -S SEAL MUSIC PARTICULAR, yjMILLER'S
: I :. Bwq) ssrb statuncnt was hat..y eastetted by ,..-.1t.F eey aantiea ail P.wLk.aar (5 GET M
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l I Zi I tt The object of this editorial ic aat .. ris eame Prrta..r SI.s bs;toaSay : Hew. Gym 2&> N3WFD1SGN I ; S W
t t i"' the caeent laaiiii that ihanrt **aaf* ... the JIIIIIPIe on the ..... thi llk4 : !fiC.
if? :
: ;: 1 that there actaal class m 'P.kievian ... iy t
I was aa taacht the s.riet. Sadi We caehl in! .. !- ._ M
I; r -m aRe still asi .....d tie eaenecled at wo it is av dory, aM yens. ... aRegviar "-r L:1--L.-L.,;:] =t ;oo;t::.:n;;_. =t:'.. ;;'1i u;:.=1n; .....=tn.n.n;; u

: li'': n> cwiCLt= this erroneous hnnwefision.+ We nnut do d Oar tam Nat i .
piiae ----
c I had a snpernnzty of distasterai pnbiieiry. that was ggTTtmblr to he awe. hili !
: f :.J save Oat k the case we BBBR nak public the trath i i "t: xadicai expresnans were teSented by the fatally or the rmiirH ... s-j j llaatesd -
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:.ij:: If Dr. Sims is in 4 ft.-t sympatky wit the s.riet feted Cirri 11 IBI IB. ;!
t. ,I J' then, it is obrioas that he shoaid be eac omged to obtain a pnanpart far A place to hold chapel
'1 ; \ '! TfotAiiBe in Lenine Goaaeri y If that be the case then it is .ar dnty to
''i I"' F art as Americans. Heretofore" the dnras toes whet far the Univeraty And aitBeBraeks aass.d
I ;;'' 1 1- and the student body la the former case every geed American knows that 1 1t Agent ForNUNNALLVS

; H'i t t ''i! there is ocly one attitade to cake toward that sat ."thug and that is n caatiKnaf. And Is at Here AND WHIT MANS CANDIES

: t; f ... TOMKINSON KEY FLORAL CO.

i j ,': s., wbeaeTer a dueriauBatioe a aast oar achaal is heard becaaae of
.i; this aiattfcr ask f. -exact, definite rnfrmniHan Few aceoJe hereered crowd-; OF

t '''I:i it : all of these facts Eras oar pomts of..... Eradicate theirky arg.acst i And thai tdtaR JACK50XYILLE'J

:,. ,.' I showiBsr that Dr. Marpkree and the Board of Caatroi acted as totsas they !
J' had iacriminating and doeaateiitary evidence of what.. transpiring. They ;
f acted sooner than did the Department of Justice af the United State; IBtratk .
II'f
: : ;1' when one considers the entirety and the fnaninnWm of thi s *Hpp* iffig, f
., j I. : 2 shows explicitly oar University's attitude toward radiealiflB. The fact that.a:: WoridlotdcK Jib
\ ; k is repcgent to the Uaimnity aDd its policy ia a.sta peadoas &I..K. I,

i I i but we. have to explain oar version of the irfrrif; ... ,..ML: to a& puts of the the SlaWavld ........ I A 1LINE' .
i i State and to prospective stints of this mstitBtioii. Obey that napalm and I
I .write home Howli !
t ;
I ; Shefl Oat f
I of Furniture and House Furnishings can be found at

: I i { The debating program thaoat he .svaported at all eM&. ItB "u eaeet Iadad.fF.s !f ,
mat oar lawmakers da nac a -idrr oar school esa Ias their :
\ '::1 afairs to sopport this waU.r, hat a stront; calatt on oar pat; -7'" their JOHN "FURNITURE" SEAGLEBEST
::1 f eyes. g Araead with S.BW ..
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: "On account of a lack. af ..d.>** is hSiie 4WW3I"! a I.h. with Hat air they that 50 important.AM n

: : University student actrntles at this tae The ITaiaetsity stay dese
some daWeB account, etc." in the Point of Mew.

i "Why is it," asked UK Married man ;,

I I But we are not al pesskainir. There may ke SOBK etIIidK iwaJs tkat a married was always Ii *s loner BTEST .
I in the Legislature next: time. Sa ckeer Exams : than "
eaw are e.ersg. ;t a b&e&ei r? Shoes that wear j

"He daesaX" nphW tile bachelor, UNITED SHOE STORE .
} A: seasonable wand, "cram." too]H setats Ioagtir.=Pecea Agents for Cro' $ett and Educator -oj
Fe. Shoes,
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THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR PAGE FIV"t I.

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!': BOLSHEVIK! CHARGE Congregationalist church at Columbus DON'TThrow Iff: I

it Ohio. He is a graduate of the Away Your Safety Razor :
Union Theological Seminary of New j Blades. I Sharpen All Makes to
v & 4J FOR U. OF F. PROF. York. He is the author of three ;i i Cut as Good as New "Classy"In il

t n$ { books, two of which have been pub- !i. Durham Duplex per doz...............50c ,
HEAD lished. All other Double Edge doz. 35c ,
_ H Ft OF DEPARTMENT: per
OF ,
t t." 4 AND SOCIOLOGY I Prof. Sims explained to the authori- Single Edge per doz............._..__.__.23c;:; Style :
POLITICAL
I P k. "# SCIENCE ;iI' ties that the statements made in his' All Blades Hair Tested
RESIGNS FOLLOWING Three Friends Barber ShopT. i I
t letter to his friend were purposely'made :
i INVESTIGATION OF CHARGES. '' : C. Peacock 707 Franklin St. fabric and
J extreme in order to provoke
1i : Florida
Tampa
discussion debate be-
i I and friendly
i Professor Sims' House Raided and' Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention -
tween himself and Rev. Ilensey, as i tailoring
Radical Literature Found No !
Arrests
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had been their custom and that the 1 1I
n Made
i' # -Department Without :
H i1 y letter was by no means meant to be : '
: Instructor. taken literally. He admitted that the |I TO L.UGIIT.. I I Sold on basis of j I',

{ Announcement in the local news- statements were dangerous in character Quality; every suit i i

and contended that they did not Beginning with the next issue of
1 papers of the discharge of Prof. ;
; guaranteed to give
1 his true beliefs. This is I
Newell L. Sims, of the department of represent the Alligator we are going to run a
\ substantiated by his students in Sociology -
Sociology anti Political Science by column which will be headed "THE: satisfaction or mon
1 and Political Science, who
< + the Board of Control on January 13, ; have always known him as a man of WELL," which, of course, will be deep ey back. t
r and of the raiding of his home on
\
d liberal views but have never heard stuff. If you can think of anythingthat
+ 4 4'i. East Church street by the Federal I
t authorities on the morning of Janu- ;' him express a single sentiment which ; is funny, lucid, ludicruous, ridic- Snappy You 11 g !

+. :' might be interpreted as being Bolshevistic -\ ulous, satirical, ironical, sarcastical : Men's, and more conservative :
or opposed to the government '
i or even humorous send it in. You
jf the United States. No doubt the I models for i iI
{ i'i letter in question should be consid- i might just drop it in the box near the

,- i. :i ered as a mistake rather than as a Registrar's office in Language Halt I older men. ;

r '' ;y; deliberate blow at law and order,andif I To facilitate its quick arrival at thetcastt : 1
t 'i.\ :
: ilil'r ; such is the case, Prof. Sims is de- I fun department, write Alligator and'M. i' Hart, Schaffner &

.4' ) :, I:! +.1 erving publication of sympathy.of the letter However reflects the so ':i F. Dancy, on it. '' Marx Suits I I

''I.. strongly upon his action that the j Schopenhauer or some other bird ,
I
AHrvc; t University authorities feel justified i| said: "Let's laugh and grow rotund $40 to $65

.&* fb- :- .f".. t. )r in accepting his resignation holding ; or heavy or something to that ef- i
.
Brand"Suits
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f "Society
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that his action unwise althoughprobably
was "
t feet. That is what we want-On
I ; : not malicious.
4 Y Y with the laughs ;you have wit; developit
CAMPUS TOGS Plans are under way to secure anew j
Write that silly as it is spoken -
pun
Hi
instructor in the department of ; $45 to $65LEVY'S ;
t Sociology and Political Science but j jno all of us like 'em, let us, in our
I SUITS AND OVERCOATS at fi $ one has been selected so far. It !i evolution, be brotherly and share our

I Reasonable prices. Sold all 0V \" -J has been announced, however that a i\ jokes with the personnel and alumni ::1 IBay i

professor will be ready to resume the j I of the University.

V i Florida byTHE t classes in this department with the i j For example when Ben Johnson'set II I

opening of the second semester. In J i to verse his song and ballard the i I
and Street.
Hogan
the meantime, the students in these'classes ]I pathetic, "Baby, you're drinking but- :
u BAILEY PROFESSOR NEWELL SIMS. will take the final exams as I termilk since mother shakes the JACKSONVILLE FL.\. .I ;
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--- ---- ,, per schedule. I shimmy/' Few ever heard it until 'l I

ary 16, was the source of much surprise -I I' some leading musical light like Irving I

4 CLOTHIER s sL J : among the student body of the APPRECIATION TO I I. Berlin discovered the same in the E !
University. A letter which Prof. Sims i debris can. All of that happened just

L L 203-207: Lafayette St. r had written to a former college friend, STUDENT BODYi i I because Ben didn't have a Boswell j;i ADAHEATZ&CO.CORRECT 1 t I

the Rev. A. F. Ilensey, of the Bolenge I Ii 'Ray for me! every man his own Bos-,
i the Student Body
TAMPA, FLORIDA + Equatorial Mission, F. C. M. S., well.Send CLOT:= ;1 i
M :i Congo Belgo Coquilhatville, Africa, i, University of Florida. in that copy. Think lampoons -

== :==.. = =: W. C., was intercepted by the British | Fellow Students: 'I eat to jokes sleep over puns : FOR MEN

authorities at London and forwarded i I want first of all to thank all those I which are not barred merely because J

1 to the American State Department. J students who contributed towards a I they are the lowest form of wit. Why ,

I This letter was found to contain cer- i I not something like this: j .
PICTURES find PICTURE FRAMES 1 I tain statements of extremely radical ,: representative to the Des Moines convention I The meloncholy students are here j YBOR CITY, FLA.

1 its i and to express my apprecia- the saddest of the I! { 1
ORAH character sufficient to identify author year; 1I
N ORTOX 1 as a sympathizer with the Bolshevik -i tion as best I can for .allowing me They left their very best girl J I I

OVELTIES agitators who would endanger : this wonderful opportunity. I have Without nary a curl.Thank J. W. McColIum & Co. j <>I

i,the peace and safety of the nation by i gained more than can be truly expressed you. I1. j DRUGGISTS j
Greeting Cards the overthrow of established insti- :\ F. D. '' I
and it is impossible in one I "The Rexall Store" Gainesville.
tutions. One of the most prominently -
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two to bring back to Agents for
address or even :
incriminatory statements was: "I INVITATION RECEIVED HERE
'; LIGGETS and NORRIS CANDIES j
glory in the Soviet Republic of Russia I you the inspiration and the fruits of I FOR ILLINOIS INDOOR MEET tIF
when it this wonderful Student Volunteer I! -
1 and pray for the day
HOTEL HILLSBOROTOP shall be established in all the world." Convention. Only by attending the i I An invitation has been received'

: The letter was brought to the attention convention itself could you get the here for the Third Annual Indoor Relay [ ITS PRINTING SEND IT '

: of President A- A. Murphree Real Truth. If more than one delegate Carnival, which will be held at TO PEPPER i

0' TOWNTAMPA | by Hon. J. L. Neely United States had been present more impres- i the University of Illinois, March Cth, l, i

District Attorney "at Pensacola, and sions could have been brought back, under the auspices of the Universityof Loose leaf books and supplies :. I

1: resulted in the enforced resignation)] but under existing circumstances and I Illinois Athletic Association.In PEPPER PRINTING COMPANY il '

: of Prof. Sims from the University j recognizing the impossibility to ac- addition to the relay events, Phone ICG. j I ::1t

I Faculty and the subsequent raid off, complish what should be accomplished : which are the feature of the meet, ji!t '(I

his home, where radical literature ] I want to place myself at the service :I other track events are scheduled to i ,I f

FLA.Do I was found. j of any student or group of students take place and, there will be several '-

Prof. Sims was born in Indiana of ( who may desire to know more of this field events on the program also. I : :

I I' English and Scotch parentage. He ] convention and this work, and in such : Although there is some activity in JSBODIFORDDRLC.GIST t (

has been a resident of Gainesville'' a way give something of what I have this line at the University there is i

i I and a member of the University Faculty -I received, and repay in some way what a very small chance of Florida havinga II IIr ; .(

Business With :, for five years. Previously he I owe. representative at this meet, on account -
DeSILVA. of lack of funds.
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inm tnav is iiuao w picicea win we 1 1t i confident that they -1 soldiers sailors and marines of Du- j 'atka are said to be completely University 1
they appear 'I exclusive of regular
handled. It is anticipated that there i[ about whip any team of their i val county who lost their lives in the i iI -nerged and many will be a total loss.
just fees total $19.
will be a good deal of fruit for the :1 Their line-up follows: i ii | World War, will hold an important I Hastings reports heavy damage. This' Georgia Tech has recently added a t
months or so. With the Jacksonville whicri is serious' because of the
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i, Connell center.Friedlander [ meeting oss Student Activity Fee of $6.50, at the
going at top speed it is expected will be perfected of seed potatoes. I
factory of the oft left forward. i i time the organization shortage request of the students and the Alumni -
thai large quantity j' raise funds
a forward. and plans outlined to
will be saved.Vessella's Green right News-Record is\ Association.
color fruit j The Fernandina
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size and I and build the memorial -
: Gray, left guard. I of that city, who Thus it appears that if the proposed
will be erected in the recently purchased -I begging the people I
Band opened its engage- j Cohen, right guard.. I' Riverside avenue,'l are able to do so, to build houses for I I budget system is approved by the
Subs C. Duncan forward; C. An- park on 3 I
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ment February in St.and March. I derson, center; G. Stanley guard. j known as Memorial Park. rental.






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