The Florida alligator
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028291/00269
 Material Information
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
Page of record
Physical Description: v. : ; 32-59 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: the students of the University of Florida
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: January 30, 1920
Publication Date: 1912-1973
Frequency: daily except saturday and sunday (sept.-may); semiweekly (june-aug.)[<1964>-1973]
weekly[ former 1912-]
weekly (semiweekly june-aug.)[ former <1915-1917>]
biweekly (weekly june-aug.)[ former <1918>]
weekly[ former <1919-1924>]
weekly (daily except sunday and monday june-aug.)[ former <1928>]
semiweekly[ former <1962>]
weekly[ former <1963>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000972808
oclc - 01410246
notis - AEU8328
lccn - sn 96027439
System ID: UF00028291:00269
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Preceded by: Orange and blue
Succeeded by: Independent Florida alligator

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+ alligator ........_.....---......... J I News from
Deduced the Council to I Tampa comes that the
fi Seminole .......___._........__...... 2.50 + !noon, and in the evening the alumni j by Debating many years' experience in both lines. Knight and Wall have i
75 cents. The bell! cf the for company ;
t Special Fund ...-........._...- 1.001- j members rode the goat. Later the I I : expense lIe was second baseman on the Chicago -1 offered to make gift of
a a lovingup
the Louisiana State debate will not
+ + i entire body banqueted at the Masonic !i Cubs a few years ago and later :; to the High School making the 'I
ccme until next and it was
l + Total ._.__..........__.......$15.00 + ; Temple. > ed that, since so year many calls decid-I'I played with the Dallas, Texas largest number of points for three'

+ + j S_nee early fail of 1915 the Cooley j ready been made: for this year that i i League, team. Last year he I consecutive years. For the past three

+ + : + + + + + + + + + Club, an honorary legal fraternity, Ij I whatever economy could be practised :! emonstrated his managing and coach- years their loving cup has been an
which was formed by the {i ing abilities by his work with the I Incentive I
j merging of would be appreciated by the student :I to high school athletes to "
Due to the fact that the Legislaturehas i two law societies: at the College of body. i; Bartow, South Florida League, team. work harder. Last year it was won by :

not made arrangements to l;ay j Law, University of Florida, has had I Ii '!! With the wealth of material from last the Duval High School of Jacksoniil j

for certain features, which are very i but cne goal in sight, and that, the : sessment Everyone at is the asked Auditor's to pay office the when as- !! year and this year's products Florida / ?.

| securing of a charter from the inter- 'has every reason to believe that its
in the college life, ouch icr : board for the second semester is paid. i The track meet held here last
necessary !f
I national: new coach will turn out a winningI
; legal fraternity of Phi Delta
spring was the best ever held sincehe
instruction and entertainment, the At that a season's debating ticket will
I I Phi. At a recent convention held in be issued that will include free admission I I team. yearly event was started. It was
above budget has been proposed, andif Bloomington, Ill., the charter !1 Practice will begin on the 9th of best because !
was i to not only the intersociety debates of the calibre of the contestants i
will into effect next granted. Of the I February. Manager Hartman is busy
adopted go I j twenty-two petitionI but to the intercollegiate debates -. and because there were more I

jear. First, however, this must pass I[ clubs only three, including the : as well. The only way Councilcan working out a schedule and the Alligator schools represented than ever before..

the Board of Control, and then ii will i I Cooley Club, were consdered: of suf- i J! provide for the intercollegiate debates -I will announce it as soon as it is This year, conditions make a much i
i ficient merit to obtain this I completed. I' better contest for. ,
j be paid in addition to the nccfuy !j recogni-i' is for every man to pay and the Professor Beck, faculty athletic advisor hoped Every ::1
| ticn by Phi Delta Phi-a distinct co-operation of everyone is asked. I school from Pensacola to Key West
$18.00 fee which is now necessary at 1 compliment to the University of Florida : The debate with Louisiana State I has secured information regarding should be represented by well trained

.J registration. However, if the Legislature -I and especially to the Law Col- University will take place here on the ]i the regular S. I. A. A. track meetto I teams. It is open to all high- schools l 1

comes across at the vexs- j lege. 16th of April. The subject is "Re-i be held in Atlanta this spring. *n the State, large or small, and the !

I the here will not ta\-> to j Fourteen active members, three:' solved: That the Federal government'! Florida should by all means be rep- I students at the University expect I
sion, men
this she is
resented at meet as a
honorary members and thirteen should acquire and operate the coal''; and count on their home town sending I
pay for things which every other up- j I member of the S. I. A. A. and has as ,
team that will
be able
alumni members were initiated at mines of the United States. The a to match up .' I
to-date school furnishes free. j Ccckrell Inn Saturday. The Inn was date for the tryouts has been set for i ?god material for a winning team as with the rest. Any students at high !iJ!
school her size in the South.A .
It is the idea that such a fee couM j named in honor of Judge Robert S.I February 20. This will give everyone i I any. chools, principals, or athletic \

be expended under the joint direction I| Ccckrell, a member of the law faculty plenty of time to work it up after the j; letter tD Professor Beck from J. coaches will be able to obtain any information I
B. Crenshaw, director of athletics at
the of Florida for !!! on the meet itself, train "
at University exams.
()f the Faculty Committee on Student J years Georgia Tech, follows in part: ,
Justice of the Supreme Court of Flor- The intersociety debate schedulehas i accommodations, and so forth, from
Activities and of the Student Body. i j ida. I not been arranged as yet, but will 'This meet is the regular S. I. A A. L. Buser, Director of Athletics ,_ I .,1

If such fee is adopted no can- i A. meet and all colleges in the association University of I )
a Following the initiation ceremony, I be announced shortly after the semester -;: Florida \ :-1)
vass of the student body would be I : examinations. Unusual inter are invited to take part. We takingtheir
the entire roster repaired to the Ma- Every year more events are
necessary or even permitted, as it is I sonic Temple, where a sumptuous I est is being shown this year and it : are to handle it for the associationand places in the meet and Coach i

at present.The I banquet, elegantly prepared by Miss'I seems as if this year, perhaps more ; will give the medals, lcal:: en- Buser is putting a motion on foot to J i
tertainment of all contestants, and a
items are explained as follows j: Nora Norton, was served and heartily than any other year, each society has :: start a discus throwing event in the 1 j
j I of the of the teams.
: enjoyed. Covers were laid for fifty at I an intense dasire to win the cup. The part expenses 1920 meet. This is a new thing in
: This is too good an opportunity to I Ij i
The Gym fee would provide a traineror the beautifully appointed table. Long Farr Literary Society, the present i Florida, but no doubt will take its ;
j turn down Florida would gain
instructor for all students and sprays of plumosa fern ran down the holder, is already: making preparations I as place and rank: along with the other \
prestige by merely being represented.
would make the gym available to ,i entire length of the banquet board to retain the Faculty cup. :j Mr. Crenshaw on to explaii numbers on the schedule. An opinion I
goes j jI
F'y all students at all times. i and were gracefully entwined.A from all coaches or principals in the .
I how much of the expenses will be paid
The minor sports here, include all I large arrangement of Jasquimotroses GOVT.INSURANCEVALliE !! by Georgia Tech and assures us that : State would be gladly received by I

basket ball. I the fraternity flower, and fern, Coach Buser.
excepting football and the and his school:: will do all in their I

No funds are now provided by th(- I was the center attraction, while power to show the University. of Flor- On the 16th, the day before the i

Athletic Association for such sports. !! smaller vases of similar roses were EXPLAINED ida a good time. track meet, the Declamation Contest I I

Movies would provide one high J I I placed at intervals along the table. In conclusion, he says: "We ar- will be staged. This is as important i k !/

class: show a week in the gym. Lyceum Dewey A.'Dye was toastmaster and EXPERT FROM WASHINGTON hoping to play Florida in baseball this as the track meet, and it is expected !
the of !'introduced I the various speakers in ; that as much interest will be shown 14
would cover expenses TELLS EX-SERVICE MEN OF spring and will appreciate your sending (
special entertainment features as good i well chosen words. The feature address BENEFITS OF INSURANCE. a delegation to the track meet." in this contest as in that of the fol- ;1

outside musical talent, and noted lecturers I i was on "The History and Now is the time for Florida to start lowing day. I

or speakers, prominent in every i Ideals of Phi Delta Phi," by Ruffner ; J. F. Degan, a representative of the athletic activities with Georgia Tech. The county clubs are urged to co. ,

field of activity. I i Campbell. Bureau of War Risk Insurance, spoke : We must start now to make the largeri operate with the University authorities j+ j I j

de- i is president of this i iI the University men Tuesday night, i in making this meet the largestyet.
Special funds would apply for |i: Mr. Campbell :, to i schools realize the truth-that Florida

fraying expenses of student delegations I I province of the organization and he :, under the direction of the local post ; is rapidly becoming one of the strongest It is important that they should

such as that which went to Tal- was in form to give an inspiring ad : of the American Legion.He | colleges in the South, both in athletics urge each high school in their countiesto
with which he was ; explained in detail the provisions attend this meet.
lahassee last spring, and other special dress. The ovation ;t and scholarship. : I
the I'I the Risk Insurance Act, I,
calls upon the student body from timeto i i greeted was sufficient to convey of War I
time. F[ impression that he had innoculated into especially those pertaining to allot- : It is reported that Thorn of the' The St. Augustine Record says if

under thefaculty the assembled guests some of tho : ment and allowance, compensation and : Palm Beach Post will be a candidate Catts doesn't win in the primary I ; t
Expenditures would be
Activi- :! fire and enthusiasm with which he I insurance. Speaking of the insur- for legislative honors. If elected, he Fletcher will have to beat him again

committee on Student : infused. ance he said that government insurance -: will add materially to the wit and in November. Our guess is he will >1

ties, unless funds were turned over to I' was Cecil H. Lichliter, on behalf of ; could be reinstated without pay- 1 wisdom of our House of Representatives. not even qualify for the primaJ'I J I
a definite organization such as the Alligator t i it
Debating Council. !! Cockrell Inn, delivered "A Message ing up the back premiums. All thatis : : At present, it is not overstock- ; Tampa Tribune.

or the Alumni of the Cooey! Club" necessary! is that you pay the premiums -, e with either.-Ocala Star. ( '
The matter has taken no other form to I
I for supportinthe.past (one for the month of grace following The youngest son of Governor j I
, than a. mere suggestion, as a remedyto expressing for the same lapse and one for the current The Ocala Evening Star says William -! Catts has been appointed harbor..
I and a plea
. the prevailing conditions here. 'If the future. month) and sign a statement of Jennings Bryan is the Sidney J. I master at the port of Key West.

t passed it may not apply for more co-operation in alumni was health. 1 Catts of the United States, thus,{t Likely the next generation will be
than one year or until a wideawakeand I The response' from Spessatd Holland. i You may HOW colver.our.. insur-}j grossly insulting both of them.t .-I taken up and grandson wilV.get .job.Kissimmee J a
progressive Legislature is elect- fittingly made by I Jacksonville. Valley Gazette.
ed._. (,Continued on Page Five.) (Continued on Page Two.) t I Florida Metropolis, j J

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+sr 1 a.aV'lY"uo w.w ....-.-...........-. wwb fwaaL.c"A". .... ...-..i tits'ar-uaov a o- __ __ ._ ____
..... .an.---s PlI student activi-
IruLL Thur. is a.ui w uc: vn.auu wan .1 I f--'they appear'confident that they can soldiers, sailors and marines of Du-1 j! 'atka are said to be completely submerged '. the term purely for f

handled. It is anticipated that there I I about whip any team of their: size. i ii val county, who lost their lives in the and many will be a total loss. ties, exclusive of regular Universityfees
will be a good deal of fruit for the I'I'I total $19.
I i Their line-up follows: I World War will hold an important Hastings reports heavy damage. This i I t
months so. With the has recently added a
or Georgia Tech
next two !
t Connell, center.Friedlander i meeting in Jacksonville, at which loss is more serious because of the i
speed it is of $6.50 at the F
going at top expected Student Activity Fee ,
factory left forward. j time the organization will be shortage of seed potatoes.The i.I
quantity the off j perfect-I the Alumni
thai a large \ request of the students and
saved.Vessella's I Green right forward. f ed, and plans outlined to
will be
fruit I .
size and off color I News-Record is Association.Thus
I i Gray, left guard. and build the memorial. The memorial : Fernandina I.

"its engage- I i Cohen, right guard. I will be erected in the recently purchased begging the people of that city, who : it appears that if the proposed
Band opened
Sunday for Subs: C. Duncan,.forward; C. An- park on Riverside avenue, are able to do so, to build houses for I budget system is approved by the
ment in St. Augustine..on 1 I i (Continued on Page Two)
February and March. derson, center; G. Stanley, guard. I known as Memorial Park. rental.




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; (Continued from Pare One.) Sure you want the best. Vanwkel's work ha, been awarded SB *

SPORTING GOODSCOMPANY ante into any of the sue standard pohve ; prize every time and every place it has been exhibited. ..Stn* ,, *
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I to wit Ordinary Life, 20 Pay NOT CREDIT t oath side of square. Gaines-illt4
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Life; 30 Pay Life; 20 year Endowment -
I ; 30 year Endowment, and an 1 .::::=: ::= ::= ::: ::- -- = == --.. ==--- ;:=':- ::=:: :
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The Sportsman More"j
t endo-srment: expiring at age of Si ;c .

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peace your war riM "
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'I renewable term insurance the : :.
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r It above mentioned ,. ; it i n 'BLE J3 THE OFFICI PHOTOGRAPHER FOR TBl ..
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: \ recent amendment to the War .y
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t Risk Insurance Act known as the I
i j 1 I}: ) DICK REID Sweet Bill does away with the objections ---.1----0//

t i i iIEX'S: FURNISHINGS This bill to provides the government for a hive insurance soon payment -' READ THE ADS IX THE ALLIGATORBORAX'S t

m the case of converted insurance ;
g '
Ir T..AJIP.FL\. or in installment of 36 months

t : or more. It also provides for the extension : --
LIHIi:4!: of the permitted class of bene-: BICYCLE SHOP

I I &:cries to include uncles, aunts. 1Ifi Ea't Ma:- F-eet: .

j ;: SEE_A. J. YIDAL niece, nephews, brothers-in-law. sis- 4itkic FOR BIC\CLE MOTORCYCLES. ACCESSORIES

Ii \ For Drug Stationary Toilet ters-in-law or to any person who; .\:'\0 REPAIRS

Articles, Candies, Souvenir stood in the position of a parent to ,
r I :1 an enlisted or an inducted: arm. -
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:. year to his
t Pen_0\. .- --- prior entry into the serv- -
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There is a bID before Congress, j:

," 'ft<,I :1l( ___ _.... ... __._... ..____ which, if p.s=ed, win provide for the: I,
h ft. -'-.-----..,--____-. .____ ._'_______--'_._ : establishment of branch odaces I f,. BURNETTTHECLOTHIERNUFF
: J It I ;s;: :;ti SANITARY BARBERSHOP each State and will permit the payments ;: i 11.

of premiums at any post office. i, t i
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added to the i III
i,r! : if.' G.USESnI.LE.: FLORIDA.I. from time to time.gGYel"lUBeBtUraJlle''I I I
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,' I ._ _. the security behind it is the safest II
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;; & -- -- '- stronseet in the world, the cash. f., '. .
; f f ,: :;} -Florida Barber Shopi loan paid up and.extended insurance :' -. 'C'I'I',j!'

i I.. ;I j FOR STUDENTS AND values are most liberal the pulley is I;: New Spring Models :\'0'0:1 J! ,
t j OTHERS incontestable from the date it takes Ij, '. I
30.00 :
esfeet, Display to S40 W. THEVHITE
l ; 'rr'i d 1 West Side of Square Gainesville. unrestricted as to travel resi- HOUSEOne

t; I'I'I I ::, r. ::.-.:; :::.: :>:, -: -=:: ::: ;:=s deuce service;occupation the disability, military Clause or is naval very ,illiberal j I I l .MEN'S I FASHION SHOP Ii, of Florida's Best Hotels ,

and is given fro <*f fk r**.. ;ill 1 I
u Y exempt fro mtaxes, free -- -- Tampa FloridaAN Ii- Rates from $3.50 to MOO per day, American Plan.
\ ", Ilj : j NICK D IATO from claims I I,
of creditors, and the
',Ij right is yours to Prices Marked in Every Room.
1\ hange your beneficiary at will

i t:1:: ; HIGH GRADE tract There written never that was could an assurance compare with con OPEN LETTER. S. OGDEN)Iana CHADWICK.er.

; ,:tr the policies issued by the government After an investigation, I have I
for the service and ex-service men. found that the Florida Chapter of the _

::! ;::! !; The time to reinstate is now, while Alpha Tau Omega Fraternity as an
; ; ,1 Next door to 1I otJum.s Drug; Store. you can. Your government insurance organization, had nothing to wo with ADVERTISING IX THE ALLIGATOR PAYS
; f I"H"I < is a special certificate of honor. delaying the passage of proposed _
: Phone 511. Keep
:. I;:: it. There is no armistice amendment to Constitution of the :=.::. :-= :==_: :.:_._..._ -. .
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azainst ::= .
I :'I ; death disease, disability old Athletic Association. i -- ;:=::

i : 1f .pe. or poverzy roe battle is life- Therefore I take .
::1 ,. .... .on*:, But life means of
: @ your insurance a'
f is withdrawing statements made in an + PALM PARLOR
I H Qf fi. "elnset. a mask a shield a bulwark, a open letter in this publication January : I
-'t-nch, a dugout .
a refuse of
; : safety 16th 1920,
that Fraternity
.i e.eoI ........ fir your loved ones when concerning -
you and I
apologue for havinpmisrepresented V "ICE CREAM
\ -e West and
/ ... you when you the organization as I t
.Barks: rates information and as- did.I also wish to withdraw the statement V Popular and Classical Sheet Music. I
High Grade
be had
may from the Bureau concerning Mr. Cecil H. L ch- :
f War- Risk Insurance. Washington. liter's motives in the matter a? 1 t Crane's Exclusive Stationary.
r' < from
any insurance agent or have found that m my interpretation _._ u
f:v.:" the Insurance odSce. the "' -. -. ..-- ---' ,... ......
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That trie:r LAU.r they have tried i, HOT HOME-MADE BISCUITS i. f SHSffiffiffifilfflfI
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,} ly One they once have patronized

I, ((4 s'i iti I And i has left them disatiee6ed. Brown Gravy and Potatoes. KNIGHT & lit I I

..4; I'' 1 3ct dare yea not see reveal my trade too much is sack The Place Where "Gators Eat. i., I WALL CO.DEALERS

I I shall welcome your approach I'I'I Increased .
ce.Apply Short Order. !
: With a am handshaking etetek. i! ; 1 1 I\ .ALL SORTS. OF s

for Meal Tickets. !#11 !
Your all welcome and dear to meAs I !," | Athletic and Sporting Goods
the boys of the University '
try to charge the MEalle fee i TVMPX.: ( FLORID
.HTch: ::5 .-oe-'s tt-t remtriij.
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Jt i t!! 1 t -- Curtain Materials and Window ShadesGAINESVILLE. ATHLETIC UNION SUITS WASH, S1.23.ROOM$1.50 FREE., $1.?5, $!."1 A

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LIDAY, JANUARY 30, 1920 ,.
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J CAMPUS CLUBS ++ !! +: Tongues t

+ '/ + I' WELL
4.4 frtfr'fr + + fri! 1 .
+ -
abaca Club. ] + .A Deep Subject. + of Our

: JOR' Students from Washington, Bay I + + $ oes A !
counties met Saturday I >
1Id Calhoun + + d.The + + + + + + + + +
c"ght and organized a club, the object j .
shall be to advertise the I Ifniversit30' Revival! of Ford Jokes?
of Florida back home, and I Auto Buyer "And what kind of a :5fr Could Talk ( 1 ''
t tits machine
foster a closer friendship among is that across the street?" ._
to I
members.The 11 Auto Dealer-"Oh, why that is a .
-following were -elected. as of-( flivver." $> I II

f m- L. C. Crofton, president; Gaskin ,' First One-"Is it a good one?" !

vice-presidentj .J.: R. .Wells, sec- Second One-Ask the man who : THEY'D TELL A FAR MORE INTERESTING STORY THAN ANY WE +

retao',1reasur r; E. S' Blake, re- knows one!" COULD THINK OF. THEY'D RELATE THEIR HISTORY FROM THE t,

After You
p.rter. Flunk
::: That Latin Exam. .
:; The Wabaca Club expects to double I Latin, bah! everybody's dead that .* WERE TRIMMED, FINISHED AND SENT TO ONE OF THE THREE r j
its membership next year: by writing : PORTER STORES TO BECOME PART OF THIS GREAT ORGANIZA- I i
. wrote it; .
to individual boys QUALITY.
letters And, too, everybody's dead that spoke '0 .
tome, b$ ,advertising in the home payers it; ,. *

and by carrying 'on' a""Florida At best, everybody dies that learns it; BLACK, BROWN AND TAN LEATHERS IN LASTS THAT FIT THE I

R Booster" campaign- -,....next.... .summer.. O well, blessed rest, how they earned ; '. FOOT COMFORTABLY AND CORRECTLY, 1
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Farr Beck Literarj.'favored the society : Everything that Men and Boys Wear !I
7 professor Rat in discussion of the ,
wit) several readings of modern members of the faculty, made an as- I
verse and a short speech at the regu- ;:
sertion that Dr. Crow was a Socialist. .
lar meeting Monday night. Officers: Others in the party didn't know that : L I

neri also .elected.\ : the dear thing was a wit so they inquired I '
Interest"was displayed in the
Great how, why, et cetera, whereuponsaid i
- ejection of the Sergeant at Arms, and Rat replied: j

,,!len it was voted! by the society thata "Well, he takes fifty and gives me :
-- new office known as "Corporal at fifty." ,

Arms" should be created; said Officeof
: Corner Bay and Laura Jacksonville Fla. :
Corporal at Arms was conferredon :Fresh. nervously biting lip and I

Patsy Gillen, who believing the office : mumbling to himself: 1'1'

to be too insignificant made a plea : "Well, after all life is just a p r

to the Society to accept his resigna- chance." So up to the ceiling he toss- ............................ ..................: j I. I j

ton: So after some discussion the : ed the coin, saying at the same time,

decided to do with the "Heads I to town tails I
Society away up go ; up ; ; fi
: jiewly; created office. go to bed; if it stands on end I SEMESTER EXAMS. ,

J Officers elected for the semesterwere i study."

: President Barnes Merrin; vice !I The coin landed on the floor. The ,, '
presnlent! Harold Klock; secretary- Rat heaved a sigh of relief. Puzzle: SCHEDULEDi i SOUTHERN MUSIC CO. i iR

.. treasurer.Tom Sale; sergeant:at arms II How did the coin fall?- : L i

1 Teddy Oberdo1" er.g. Classes will be discontinued at noon 28 ADAMS STREET JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
Now That Spring is Coming, Take : i ii

iSII' '.\ ..Club. I :'I ote. i i today and the regular examinations :: -- wi t :

second I stole a kiss the other night, i iI I for the First Semester will begin at. i fifi
r.I election of. officers for the Largest Stock In the South of Musical Instruments |x
conscience hurts alack o'clock. The examinations I fi
.: semester was a feature of the Ag. And my ; 2 are .

Club meeting Monday night. JulianTickner I I think I'll go again tonight scheduled for 9 a. m., and 2 p. m., 'II i Drummer's -
nI Strings Traps
I 1 1I' and W. G. Wells made short : And put the darn thing back. I each clay thru Saturday, February 7.I.I fi .;

talks. I In case of conflicts, the men are requested ; i fi and Sheet Music I :
.follows i Night came.I I
Tkpfsers elected were-as :j I '
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the instructors and
President. G-_W. Dansby; vfce-presi- | tried to go, to see ar- I !Ii I'"
I'I'I But she wouldn't see I range accordingly. Classes not i '
dent, W. G. Wells; secretarytreasur i, MAIL ORDERS SENT SAME DAY AS RECEIVED I r
er. 'Ctt-!.tr h@repol'teri..J.ulian'l: In spite of all my. plea. scheduled will be arranged by instructors !!I Mi l

Tick er. I .'
__ .. 'f: ; Now I sit alone in the twilight I Friday, January 30th. :
I Forsaken by God and man, '
I j i ijj Alachua Count/Club. 2:00 P. M.-Economics I Philosophy -
received into I And murmur over and over ; I ____________________ I Ii
New members were I
J the Saturday, January 31st.
- \ :;the club picture put in the Semi- at prices which cannot be duplicated in the future. We are selling |
nol< :when the.Alachua county organization The Observer I"wonder why women 9:00 A. M.-Military Science II; I them at 50c, 73c and $1.00. ,
with their hair?
met Wednesday night. i cover their ears Mechanics II; Agronomy I, Sec. A1! t L. C. SMITH, JEWELERNorth '
unbecoming but it im- ,
S.t t It is not only i '
- Xew members received were: J. j jRoafch Vet. Science II. Side of Square. Gainesville, Florida t
i pairs their hearing.The 1 ,
:a I High Springs; J. O. Cox and 'II'II"anE. Cynic-That doesn't trouble I 2 P. M.-English I; Chemistry III; : --------------------.

...:-: -.-Huff:--, Gainesville.---_ ... -'." I 'em. Women don't listen. They.talk Philosophy II; Animal Husbandry ;;, -- !

$ STF.TSON-DEl TS.'GATOUS. i Men listen. !i VIII. mal Husbandry IV; Horticulture VII. Mathematics I, M. W. F. II; Machine

$ Monday, February 2nd. i I Wednesday, February Jth.9CO Design; Animal Husbandry II, Sec. A;
$ mother has the ? I
$ Altho the University quintet was : "So your mumps 9 A. M.-Economics IIj; Mathematics -' A. M. :Mathematics IV; Animal Husbandry II, Sec. B. I'll
Stetson at I You better look out-mumps are con- j
$ defeated when it played I B T T 8; Elec. Eng. I; Chemistry -, Physics III; Elec. Eng. II; 1'hysics V; |I 2:00 P. M.-Spanish I; Machine
;; DLand? last Friday night, the Hatters VI Vet. Science III Horticulture Dairying 1 Horticulture 1, Sec. 1. I l l
; that .they I cals could stem their rush. The ; ; Drawing; Mechanics I; Spanish A; Ij; I

!IiIi give played the them local tile!flep,bet F'repit: ame in eye* exhibited | score was eventually tied at 28 to 28, i IV. i II I 2:00 P. M.-English III; Surveying j I' Ag. Engineering I. f j
; k staked : 2 P. M.-English II Philosophy Ia. French A, Sec. A. Physics II;
court. The Tampa i and the Stetson quintet then a ; ;, ; ; I Saturday, February 7th. I
;; on their j I whirlwind finish that put the contest : VII; History I; Hydraulics, Ia.; ;( Agronomy VI; Horticulture I, Sec. II. FrenchA f
;; 9:00 A.I.Heat Engines
Tribune, of the 24th, says: i
;; ice."Miller. Chemistry I; Agronomy V; Horticulture ''! Thursday, February 5th. ,
championship -
"Stetson moved up on. the : : ) on i : ; French I; Agronomy I, Sec. B;
:ftft ladder tonight by defeating j was the individual star, II. i 9:00 A. M.-English IV; Military
: for the locals. Tuesday, February 3rd. i Agronomy
the Florida University basket ball j, scoring sixteen points Science IV Municipal Enginering;
and :Miller were the Stetson 9:00 A. M.-German A; Education'! ; 2:00 P.1.. Mathematics III; I
team gyre :Itonjght SS'.to 28,_ in: the I Gardner Political Science I Sociol-
, the local forwards, with Rutherford at cen- I! II; Bible I; Physics I; Structural En- Biology 1; ; Chemistry XL; Biology XI; Military

I best.ame ever played on throughout I I ter and Fenno and Whitehead at gineering; Horticulture VI; Agronomy ogy I; Sociology III; Biology Ia., Science I. 1
floor. fast
The was \
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For the 'Gators Madison, C. A. Sec. A. .
and'-abounded in accurate goal shoot- : guards. I ..J
Hench played forward, 2:00 P. M.-Chemistry V; Philosophy -: Sees. A.
three times' Coxe and 2:00 P. : ,
ln was'1ied
during- The theme score .- i I Heuck at center and Byrd and W I VIII; Elec.l Eng. III; Mathematicts and B; Ag. Engineering II; Animal OTTO TD.: STALLINGS 1 :

'' .. ., .. A Descriptive Geometry; A .
.Coxeat.guard-? -I. '" ::=- ; ; Husbandry A Vet. Science I; Math.I _
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led j20 to 10, at the end of/jle jrlt.k. ; : will play I tfigrous." .' I,
hah Florida came back strdrij* in ;; the "Gator basket ball team = stepmothershel I February 6th.9s00' ... I Ik ,
f.l.'Oh-she's'-. '
I thdsecond half. an t led aj 22 (<{:2a.x 'tills) season' ; althot Rollins,is trying to! ouMn't give afiytlring -- '-Mililary'Science* IH; L T AniALA. JJ,. :
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I ng; twelve 'poifitst,6e l itha W lo2ruri 'j arrange a- k aAetfo,! '* after. JA exams.r : : :t : A. .. -; .:.; ,..;_.':. ....t- ..4A.- .... 1 '.... .. .- .
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-- -.-- ...... .-ee---.' raise'1uuu i1 erwta a memorial' to the Ccast. The large farms at East Pa-i uua me lees paiu ai me icgimmiKof
that is: aim-iw uc pic&ea Will LIVIhandled. 1 I r they ii.re appear- confident that they can I soldiers, sailors and marines of Du-1 1 'atka are said to be completely submerged !I the term purely for student activities 1

It is anticipated that there i about whip any team of their: size. I \al county, who lost their lives in the and many will be a total loss. exclusive of regular University

-will be a good deal of fruit for the just Their line-up follows: I I World War, will hold an important I'I'I Hastings reports heavy damage. Thi 1 i fees total $19. i
months or so. With the !. Georgia Tech, has recently added a
next two the
Connell, center.Friedlander ;I meeting in Jacksonville, at which !loss is more serious because of
going, at top speed it is expected I : Student Activity Fee of $6.50, at the
organization will be perfect- .
left forward. i I time the shortage of seed potatoes.The
quantity of the off students and the Alumni
that a large I request of the -
outlined to raise funds i
Green right forward. ed, and plans
will be saved.Vessella's
fruit ; ;
off color News-Record is Association.
1 size Fernandina
memorial. The
: Gray, left guard. and build the memor-
"its engage- I Cohen, right guard. I ial will be erected in the recently purchased begging the people of that city, who I Thus it appears that if the proposed

Band opened Sunday for I Subs: C. Duncan forward; C. Anderson I park on Riverside avenue, are able to do so, to build houses forrental. I j budget system is approved by the
ment in St. Augustine.on I l 1 (Continued on Page Two)
February and March. I center; G. Stanley, guard. 1[ known as Memorial Park.




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i 1 -- !class room it is essential that the .............

t THE FLORIDA! ALLIGATOR 'students should be grouped with : .

I proper supervision and control. A Eyes ",
EDITORIAL DEPARTMENT : condition such as exists now, one suchas : t '"
Tested. t
Dewey A. Dye, ..._..__ ..___..___..- ..._.._ Editor in Chief will exist to a greater degree next
( t Goodrich Copeland, __...._...::._..._...__u.___ Managing Editor I year, that is, a condition which necessitates o 1
f : I : 11. M. Friedlander,._Asst. Man. Ed. Leslie D. Williams, __... Local Ed. i I students getting room and ,
t J i Randall Hunter, _".'"'' Sporting Ed. Henry Fuller, A.sst. Ath. Editor 'lodging wherever a loose latchstring WE DO OUR OWN t;
t i li. R. DeSilva, ........ Contributing Ed. "Bivins & Norton".Exchange Eds. can be found, will in time be a veritable -
I a 11 Pandora's box, a source of evil, to C. H. C t
t I I ts BUSINESS DEPARTMENT ,j'exposing as it does, students to all !%

I r.// : J. Velma Keen, .?_..._..._._.___...____........u..._ Business Manager sorts of influences, good or evil as the Jewelers and Opticians. !i t\

., ra! j: [ W. W. Gunn, .._..........__..__._.._.._.__ Assistant Business Manager winds of chance may blow. It may, ..............

:, 'I j 1: FI';j John H. Carter, Jr., __.........__u .. 'Circulation Manager : as the news story before mentioned

: ''I 1l I!: Entered as second class matter, September 28, 1912, at the postoffice at j j lightly intimated be necessary Biblical to resort 'i 11 1---- ------
to the beds of
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I ;; : Place all communications and news items in boxes designated for that days. |t tI:
I 1 j 1 I!:Sr. purpose in Peabody and Language Halls. Many other needs could be mentioned j I I THE
; as some sort of a community house
t'i: I'I z Rate-The Florida Alligator, $1.50 the memorial hall =
: year. j for social functions, a i COME: IN AND SEE
!I .I ", I II to honor Florida's dead, an adminis- : BALL- TENNIS
! I i ;,' ,;V HOW ABOUT IT, BOARD OF CONTROL tration building, ad infinitum. i if
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I this of affairs leads :
I I ". .fF ; f Certainly state
., q ,i How fortunate for the University of Florida, the Law College, and espe- to unrest. True education, while it' --
i I t'1 i cially that section of the personnel of the Law Department that comprises the j keeps an open and inquiring mind for t

: aqf, ,! 1 I Cockrell Inn of the Phi Delta Phi, (nee Cooley Club), that the investigating ; the present, must have no cloud to j jj
: r r I .. committee of that honored and ancient legal fraternity was not so purblind, j darken the future, with constant and I Ii ti Popular Goods
r 'I } .., as was the committee acting for our State salons, who theoretically, at least, i i impending; calamity in the form of ,
; !"' : II.;,. recommended appropriations to the Legislature for the development of the i i failure of funds always threatening, :
; r H State University plant. Had it been so dulled to the future of the University Ithe i i I highest form of study cannot be jI |
; r It < ; as the Board of Control would seem to be, judging in the light of the fact that {I indulged in, the sincerest, most serious -i
: f j: i i1 present appropriations are not sufficient to meet the rapidly growing needs of I and most gifted of lifes students ;'
t I'i .,1 this institution and in light of the fact that no advances were recommended, i i must be carefree and untrammeled by : =
J 'I ;) I.1.t nor any plans for increasing the plant approved, the Cockrell Inn would still '1! the worries caused by shallowmindness !'

,:' 'It', be the Cooley Club. But, and thereby hangs this tale, the investigating !! in throttling the heart, the very Ii f fi I THE NEW
''f': I> I committee for Phi Delta Phi was amply satisfied with the past responsibilities i i life blood of his institution of learn- ,
i ;': \. ; present abilities and future possibilities of the Law College and of the ing. :

,.' I r ;.. I University, as a result a rung on the ladder of progress has been passed, and ,I This is the truth, and not pleasant t !

'I I t ; today the Law College of the University of Florida, by reason of its own to read, but it has been expressed, we
: f, t merit and recognition by the International Legal Fraternity of Phi Delta Phi .
i hope so as to be absorbed in a nut- :
I I\ I has sufficient cause to be ranked with the other leading institutions in the shell. '
; !' i United States, which have for their purpose instilling a love of right and '

: I J'J, !J justice into young forensic aspirants who seek training along legal lines. ;, UNIVERSITY CORRESPONDENCE

I I i'I For a school to be recognized by such a stable and conservative organization !I ; ffi
: N : as the Phi Delta Phi speaks volumes for that school's merit. Phi Delta : BECOMING MORE POPULAR :

I i ,I. t I p I Phi is a strictly professional fraternity, and has for its aim the inculcating of ifiW |
"jl One
hundred I
t ; ; higher ethical and' educational standards among the members of the legal registrations, tepe- 9

t! j ii III.j' profession. Among numbers of legal fraternities, it stands supreme, as the senting ages from 15 to 57 years and .I SfiW NOTED $+

': + :.3, greatest and most lauded of them all. Just how strong an impression the six States besides Florida, is tbc l lec- : DIAMONDS, FINE

i II;; : Law College and the University and the State-all of .Honda-had to make ;, ord of the correspondence study department ifiifi GLASSWARE .!fi
iH : : in order to get a charter from Phi Delta Phi, may be understood, to some 1 r of the IiH, West Bay Street. jjj
General E,>Cfnson :
t: : i'l: small degree, when it is known that of the twenty-two petitioning clubs presenting :
tl i' I: : themselves at a recent convention of the fraternity, only I three, including | Division of the University of Flor- ifiW S
: : :"':, :u I the Cooley Club, were considered of sufficient merit. to be entitled to j: ida and the Florida State College for CLASS PINS- jjj
I r ::1 :. a charter. The other two, one in the Carolinas and the other in Tennessee, j I Women which has headquarters in''I

I r j ;ti go to show that the whole South, as well as Florida is fast coming into its I Gainesville. December 1, was the !

r '; i f own. !I I date of the
F first registration and the
; Enough for that, Phi Delta Phi did recognize the possibilities and their : 100
was reached with
I the end I If r,1
j f action is history, the purulent sore in the side of all friends of the University ,'
; whether confined here, or roaming at large over the State, is the of January ten days off. i Alachua
\ >' : :t parsimony practiced by the Legislature in providing for expansion, and even : The 100 registrations represent 54 B. R.
I b 1! the support of the University. A casual examination of recent issues of the j i j of the courses offered. High school Members of American
t 'I "''1 iI i Alligator discloses several news stories, all dwelling in stinted terms, as I i subjects lead with 29, those in educa :

t : I I stinted as the subject, upon this or that endeavor, hope or tradition which I tion come next with 16 and college :
.]I I has been suspended or abandoned because of inadequate funds. It is often English is close behind with 14. I II!

I ; : ; said that uncertainty adds charm to any occasion, but such is not the condition I Tennessee, Virginia, Iowa, Illinois, I I
;t when considering the support of a school. I Nebraska and New York residents i II I

I .a A splendid gymnasium has been completed, that is all but the vital necessities i II are taking advantage of the courses;
I which are usually found in gymnasiums, such as apparatus and a offered by Florida. ('
J II' swimming pool. The gym serves very well as a chapel. The only I drawback 1.! A New York
:::1 to a plan whereby a dual role is enacted by this massive brick structure, is Yale lawyer with a''
I j A. B. and a Columbia LL. B., is ;
"+ that most of the time
we are in need of both a gymnasium and an auditorium.
taking in
: courses elementary agricul- .
Probably fifty or more engineering students who are unable to
/1 : pursue ture. He is winding up the work of
i their education at the State University have in
a warm place their hearts for his Wall street office NUNNALLY'S
: .1 the Legislature and for the Board of Control-then preparatory to AND
,'01 __.. ow__ # ..... again probably they have 1 moving to Florida. TOMKINSON
'f. jiui. !uiautquaif iaciuuts lur some, and a total lack 01 accommodation for '
,.f! : A Nebraska man is studying fer- i
1 others certainly is conducive to a hearty and loyal friendship for State institutions '
;, and the resultant leadership which comes from a full-souled support ': Florida tilizers and land crops so he can work his OF
: 'f of public agencies, then again it is conducive to the opposite feeling it all ,i
'a'.''I 1 depends upon the point of view. It has been aptly said that "When science A woman of foreign birth is taking .I
,. :! adopts a creed it commits suicide." The truth of this will certainly be proven an English course as her ambition
oj I t 'I beyond a reasonable doubt if the creed of extreme economy which seems to be ., is to speak and write English =
y +! 1 the leading star of the Board of Control and the Legislature at this time in without a flaw. I
E !" a its practice of the science of education, is carried through to its ultimate end. Judging from the many inquiries I
.I i')? t Action by a group of Nihilists would mean certain destruction to our about the bookkeeping course, there i)i
I '' 'University which is a government institution, the action of holding too tight- are still two sides to some ledgers. A
; I ly the strings of the life-ghing public purse also means certain destruction There are now two instructors for
1 I:: to the University, only more slowly! by specie of decay or erosion. Such a bookkeeping, one in Tallahassee and ,

r ,1 Jt crying evil as to deprive the University, the living pulse of future living citizens :i one in Gainesville. i ii of Furniture and House

'j of vitality can only lead to one's own cost. i Those who grieve because the :
:\ '1 ; Dormitories, such as we have, must be the result of an accident, or an "twice a day" has driven Shakespeare
+d Oversight. Surely I when the University was young there was no particular I I from the stage can take comfort in :I JOHN "
; 3 need of two large buildings of four and five the
sections respectively, such as we i thought that no course has more i
ow have, but we have them and they have been outgrown. A pupil com- ':t students than the Macbeth course, but ;
foxrtably sheltered and as a result contented will most surely evolve into a ; plane geometry is tying it for membership _
.'j"j i -stud nt. The lack of proper housing facilities at this time is too obvious to honors. -= .I
'permit of words, how men, who have in charge the future of an institution of'!' For teachers who wish to raise ;' -
4 this nature, as does the Board of Control could overlook such an apparent their
grades there are review courses'
I need is beyond comprehension, some propositions have but one side, it would j in arithmetic, geography physical
J':t( I seem that the instant call for dormitories is one, but the Board of Control was j I geography, rhetoric, composition, BEST
I! 4 able to see otherwise, and by refusing to recommend plans for housing students I physics theory and practice orthography Shoes
.iy i: has delivered what will for several years at least be a mortal blow. j United States history and an- L Lp UNITED
i! In the moral benefit of the students themselves, and proper progress in i cient history. '

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andi f up a peace //tijJ'! $40 to $65 j ,

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SfiI I! :; .: |f THE STOCKBAILEY 1"" of the genuine French briar. Just you go to any good dealer'1 tin!:! ;

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I PHI DELTA PHIIS i Members of the local chapter are: ,' for the legislature, speaks a parable
I INSTALLED: ; Alumni-Hugh Hale, Fred J.i! .
PICTURES and PICTURE FRAMES! when he says: "The man who buys
I Hampton, Bradley C. Wilson, Horace YBOR CITY, FLA.
(Continued from Page One.) himself into political preferment us-
( Olliphant, Jr., Paul C.- Taylor j
, NOIII I I j Fred Mellor discoursed on the Thomas. Bryant, Ernest T. Barco, ually has to steal his way out.-St. \

II| "Aims and Ideals of Cockrell Inn." Richard D. Bowers, Marcus F. Brown, Petersburg Times. 1
Judge Robert M. Ccckrell took for Morris McEIya, Walter T. Moore, Jr.. J. W. McCollum & Co. 11'11'I
I Greeting Cards his subject, "Reminiscences," and Curtis E. Chillingsworth, Spessard L. !i There will not be such a rush of DRUGGISTS I /

his talk was eloquent. He said Holland. candidates for county offices this )year "The Rexall Store" Gainesville. I

throughout the remaining years he Honorary members from the law as 'the fee system is 'to be abolished ;; Agents for
I[ would cherish the splendid testimonial i< LIGRETS and NORIUS CANDIESIF .
faculty-Raymond It. Trussler, Clif- next year and everybody will haveto ,j
HOTEL HILLSBORO ;i the students had paid him by giving'' fo"dV.. Crandall, John H. Moore. I I
: work on straight salaries hereafterin
:i the "Inn" his name. ; Active members-E. D. Boggs, E. :
i I The toastamster, in behalf of active, B. Hampton, I). A. Dye, Hoyt Carle- Florida -Florida Times Union. ITS PRINTING SEND IT

TOP 0' TOWN j and alumni members, thanked the installing I:''ton, W. E. Thompson, II. S. Bailey, I TO PEPPEU : }i1

| team for their services. jI j: H. L. Thompson, Fred H. Mellor, L. DON'T I I
Loose leaf books and
I The menu was as follows: Z. :Morgan, W. :\Madison, W. J. '. Throw Away Your Safety Razor
I j Oyster Cocktail Bivins, Paul D. Barnes, C. H. Lich- i Blades. I Sharpen All Makes to PEPPER PRINTING COMPANY: !

I Olives Pickles. liter, A. Marshall, J. A. Franklin.The Cut as Good as New Phone 136. i i ,

Roast Young Turkey Installation team-RutTner Durham Duplex, per doz..............50c II., 1
TAMPA FLA.Do Oyster Dressing. Campbell, R. S. Ragland, R. L. Anderson 'All other Double Edge, per doz. 35c !

Whipped Potatoes English Peas Herbert Moore, Wade Hampton -. Single Edge, per doz.., ........_.....25c
I Asparagus!' Tips on Toast Judge Robert S. Cockrell. ; All Blades Hair. Tested
Saltine Wafers Three Friends Barber ShopT. mODIFORDDRUGGIST j
T. Fruit Salad Walter Lewis Thorndyke, humoristof C. Peacock 707 Franklin St. I

Business With I I Apple Pie a la mode the West Palm Beach Post, who Tampa, Florida ,
After Dinnerlints writes under the plain name of Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention -

PHIFER STATE BANK Salted Peanuts Thorn, in announcing his candidacy .

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r handled. It is anticipated that there 1 i i they appear confident that they can I soldiers, sailors and marines of Du- 'atka are said to be completely sub- j the term purely for student activities -

will be a good deal of fruit for the 'i just about whip any team of their: size. val county, who lost their lives in the r Tierged and many will be a total loss. 1 exclusive of regular Universityfees
next two months or so. With the !'![ Their line-up follows: |!. World War, will hold an important I Hastings reports heavy damage. This total $19.
factory going at top speed it is expected i i Connell, center.Friedlander j[:, meeting in Jacksonville, at which I !oss is more serious because of the Georgia Tech has recently added a I
thai a large quantity of the off I left forward. iI j j time the organization will be perfectfed. shortage of seed potatoes. I Student Activity Fee of $6.50 at the
size and off color fruit will be saved. Green, right forward. ti j and plans outlined to raise funds I request of the students and the Alumni
i Gray, left guard. i and build the memorial. The memorial The' Fernandina News-Record is Association.Thus .
Vessella's Band opened "its engagement -i I Cohen, right guard. I|i will be erected in the recently pur- begging the people of that city, who I Il it appears that if the proposed
in St. Augustine on Sunday for I Subs: C. Duncan,.'forward; C. Anderson l'chased park on Riverside avenue are able to do so, to build houses for budget system is approved by the
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