The Florida alligator
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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
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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: December 10, 1920
Publication Date: 1912-1973
Frequency: daily except saturday and sunday (sept.-may); semiweekly (june-aug.)[<1964>-1973]
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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>.
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OF MANY f "OLDER MEN"Faculty NOW COMPLETEDGood of the the head issue: "Gainesville of December"Hazing(Jth, under Gets I CAUSES FAILURE SOUTHERN SCHOOLSFreshmen

i Out Control," the Freshman Clas _
[ Committee on Discipline of the University of Florida declares Will Play Football Unless
Games Are Arranged for ThkYear's Many, many students especially
Serves Notice Upon Upperclassmen it to be made up almost wholly of absolute school't Predicted Split Comes Aboutin
Team Which Will be I Freshmen-are forced to leave
For Violation of Hazing falsehoods.It Organization
Best in Years. arnually, for failure in their
PledgeSTUDENT i io true that there has been some
These men fail, not because they SUMMER BASEBALL GIVEN
With a wonderful bunch of material unpleasantness during the past weekat incapable not because they do .l APPROVAL OF DELEGATESVote
[ BODY SUPPORTS out, Coach Kline is bound to havea the Uhiversity, but tb sly that the work, not because they do not but
FACULTY BY KEEPING QUIET great year with the 'Gator Basketball trouble has gone beyond the controlof but smiply because they do "not know Down Amendment to Prohibit
the President and! faculty is d ridiculous -
team. how to study.
College Men From Taking Pay
rj": Recognizes Authority of Discipline Nearly 35 men have been reporting I absurdity.Let Henry Lewis Smith, writing in the During Vacation
Committee and Decides to Quell every afternoon and every man is be- us take up each statement as Washington and Lee University Bul-
l Movement to "Walk Out" ing given a chance to show the goods it occurs ih thearticleS! letin says: t---------------1
r--- - - - Interest and enthusiasm is bein? That Dr. Farr has sent away scores "Peaceful seclusion and scholastic t Definite preliminary action toward tt
I shown by the way in which each manis of students for protection iti the ab- quiet are no longer characteristic of I t the predicted break in the 1
1 STUDENT BODY 1 working. No man is sure of a ence of President Murphree is pre- our institutions of learning. The S. I. A. A. came late last night 1
SUPPORTS FACULTY I place and the only way that a man posterous. As a matter of fact four American college and boarding schoolof when 12 universities including 1
II); I can cinch a position is by the hardest nen have left the University since today has become such a whirlwind I Auburn, Tech, Georgia, Virginia, 1I
T 1 Recognizing the authority and 1 kind of work.Manager this unpleasantness started, one of center of "outside activities-social, I I Alabama :Maryland North Caro- t
1. wisdom of the faculty in its Madison has been arrang- whom has since returned. These men athletic musical, religious, journalistic. lina, Tennessee, Kentucky, Clem-!
i I stand against hazing and the ac1 1 ing a schedule that will compare fav- left of their own accord. dramatic-that the casual observer son, Mississippi A. & M. and 1
JT; tion taken by the faculty discip-1 orably with that of any similar institution The statement that several Sopho-I j looking on from the outside can- 1 South Carolina, with ProfessorS. 1
j.. line committee, the student body I IL
V. Sanford of 1
in the South. The team may "ores were knocked unconscious by i rot see "where the studying comesin Georgia as
I in the meeting Saturday mornings take atrip to Cuba during the holi- Freshmen has no around whatever.!I ," and many young men who left 1 chairman, met in the hotel rowm 1
voted to support the faculty and 1 1I days, although it has not been defi- and it is untrue also, that the Fresh-*,, home to obtain a college educationare 1 of Dr. Lefevre of Virginia to
( stand by the institution to the 1 form the Southern Universities I
nitely arranged as yet. rren have been beaten nearly every' led by campus pressure to substi-
'i} last, stamping out the rumored 1 Among those out for practice every- night since the opening of school, as j 1 tute for it a varied assortment of conference and delegated to Professor 1
" II I}"walk out" that was predicted I Ii afternoon are: Manager Madison, was: stated. We will admit that the courses in college life. Sanford full authority to 1
. ,'I i by many prior to the announcement I 1 call the conference late in February 1
Moss. Byrd, Green, Cohen, Ward, Paul Freshmen have undergone some rat- "To serious-minded students beset -
I of the dismissal of those 1 1I
j Jeremaisson, Houck, Ferris, Fried- ting in a mild manner, but only as iscustomary by such conflicting claims and earn- at Atlanta, preferably during 1
\\t who took part in the recent haz- lander, Hodges, Hitchcock Massey, in all universities and col- estly desiring to utilize for their all- I the S. I. A. A. basketball II
I Uing episode. I Brumby, and others. leges. Wo do not know where the round development both college life I tournament, to name the teamto 1
K i The recommendation by every 1 The schedule as made out so far I writer of this article gleaned his information and college studies, the following suggestion be sent to the A. A. U. tourna-
0 |I|fraternity on the campus for this 1I calls for the following games: as to what a certain Fresh- are offered. They are bornof ment in the early part of March.At 1
l|; action, each of these organizations 1 Jan. .-Stetson in Gainesville.Jan. I man said. but we are inclined to be- long and sympathetic experience, this meeting it is believed I
t going on record as opposed I II 14.-Catholic Club in Jackson- lieve he is subject to pipe dreams. If and are presented with full confidencethat definite steps to complete the conference -
t I to any radical measures on the ville. : there is any Freshmen with those in them will be found a solution t organization will be taken 1
t part of the student body as well 1 Jan. 15.-Open. II I thoughts we do not know of it. of the problem unless the requisite t and the new organization will 1I
as speeches by the unfortunate 1 1I Jan. 22.-Stetson in DeLand. This episode was started by several Ii wisdom and will-power to follow themare t adopt the one year rule in football 1
I "hazers" themselves, were responsible 1 Jan. 28.-Open. upper-classmen cutting the hair ofa lacking. t and abolish the present sum1 1
I in a large part for the Jan. .-Open part of the members of the Fresh- "First. Systematize your daily program mer baseball legislation.: All of 1 1I
1 action. IA I Feb 5-Jax Y in Jacksonville.Feb. man Class.: These Freshmen did not i of work and play. t these universities are in harmony
i - - - - t these two subjects both of I
?.-N. C_ State in Raleigh- whip their "barbers, nor did the r "Time is your most valuable pos I on ,
Feb. .-Trinity in Durham, N. C. I "barbers" hunt out those who escaped r session. By utilizing for intensive I which were rejected by the S. I. 1
1---------------- Feb. 9.-V. M. I in Lexington, Va. as was stated in your article.As I study the odd half and qparter hours A. A. in session today. I
Feb. .-Davidson in Davidson N. to the reported statement of an now wasted you can probably save an j t i----------------4
C. overseas man, we will reply that all I' hour each day for outside activities I Amendments to the constitution of
lenses occurred recently when the Feb. 11.-Wofford in Spartanburg.Feb of the over-seas men in the Freshman or recreation. Have a daily program the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic
('" 12.-Furman in Greenville.Fed Class have been interviewed and they and the backbone to stick to it. Never I Association, recommended by the con- a
wer classmen were subjected to hairi41aving
14.-Open. declare that this statement is posi- drift through a day. Drive your shipof i stitutional committee calling for
;Kl by the upperclassmen. Each Feb. 15.-Mercer in Macon, Ga. tively foolish and silly. life under its own steam along a the Freshman football rule, ana abolition
ielfchosen i
student of the college is required upon We want to emphasize the fact that course toward some defi- of the summer baseball rule,
I trance to give a written promise not missal. the men's hair was merely cut and not nite goal regardless of wind or tide. which permitted college athletes to
1i indulge in hazing. When the fact l It is believed that this action on shaved. Syrup was not used and "the "Cultivate promptness and quick I play ball during the summer for pay,
ame known to the faculty of the 1 the part of the faculty will result in most painful thin? I ecer went decision even in the smallest mat- were voted down by wide majorities
fTniversity a thorough investigation 1 the placing of hazing under the honor I I through" report, is laughable.We ters. Despise dawdling over anything, in yesterday afternoon's session of
;s instituted and the disciplinary I system and that upper classmen participating wish that you would kindly give and shun the habit of postponementas the association held! at Peabody Hall .
Jttnmittee of the faculty ordered the in such practices will be expelled this: statement as conpicuous a placein you would a loathsome disease. on the University of Florida campus.
iwsnensions by the student body. At a recent Take a pleasure in doing
reported yesterday. your paper as the article in ques- savage The freshman rule was voted down
pExagerated[ reports had gone outIfcrough I upper classmen's meeting the tion. We ask this in justice to the promptly< the things you hate but I by a count of 19 to 9, Auburn, Geor-
the state press concerning'i matter of placing hazing on the honor students of the University of know you ought to do. gia Tech Kentucky State, Louisana

>fleged hazing atrocities against: code was considered and sentiment Florida and to the University itself.! "In short, organize, systematizeand i state, Tulane Mississippi A. and M.,
eshnien by the upperclassmen, but among the conservative element of the I The good name and reputation of this speed up your daily routine and Mississippi College, Clemson, Tennessee
lese were thoroughly exploded by student body seems to favor his ac- school has been imperiled by this ar- you will double your legitimate leis- going en record as in favor of
]fie faculty investigation which finally tion. ticle and we desire that this false im- ure, without in the least diminishingyour prohibiting all first year men from
Bartered around the hair shaving episde Freshmen themselves denied the reports pres3icn be corrected. We also desire daily output of regular work. play ing on S. I. A. A. teams.
which was considered a sufficient, that have appeared recently in that if any other paper has copied" "Second. Limit your outside activities I
Following the defeat of this motion,
ijfclation of the hazing pledge to the state press allegng wholesale has- this article that it will publish our reply and be wise enough and strong '
Professor Beaucock of Louisana
Jlidate the dismissal of the entire ng practices on the university campus. also. l enough to cut out purposeless loafingand
State university attempted to put it
of participants. Further it is our desire that the useless recreations.
JOn the day following the "rat Several days ago the Physics Laboratory editor correct his editorial headed: "Such indoor sedentary recreation (Continued on Page Six.)

2 'as the episode was termed by department was enriched by "College Disloyalty" as chess, cards, pool, picture shows,
"old men," the faculty called a the arrival of a Foot Candle Meter. We feel sure that you will cooperate ., drug store and hotel loafing, novel will: enable you to do your work in
ting of the studentbody and askedt This instrument determined the intensity with us to clear this matter up. reading. half the time, thus solving the prob-
> all men who took part in the af- of illumination and is a much (Signed) K. HUGHES, "Third. Learn to study always with lem of securing success in study and ;
-- turn in their names with the re- I needed addition to the department. It President The Freshman Class white-hot concentration."This ample time for outside activities."
t that practically every man "who is very simple and can be used by Universty of Florida. will not only rapidly develop : Try ,these three wtggestiotw* -HaUThe
eu implicated is included in the di any person. December: 8, 1920. mental power now undreamed of but labalno.
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;jt t HEADQUARTERS White, Alex vice Stevens promoted. week are as follows: Helseth-Pryor; ffi-fisaaasaaw

= )! I R. O. T. C. UNIT, UNIVERSITY OF Gaskins S. G., vice Gill, disharged. Walker-Robbins Rane-Steckert De- ]|
; FLORIDA GAINESVILLE, FLA. Wolfenden Lvice Nichols ris- \4f-Chatham Home-Cohen; Bus- y;
,; I charged.To bee llansborough Garlond-Baker; TARR FURNITURE CO., Inc
t;:-:! December 7, 1920. be Corporals- Simpson-Knight; Pomeroy-Duckworth

,I! General order No. 5- Davis, H. ,!? vice White promoted. Da\-is-Griffin; Booth-Tan. y! ; Tampa,
i :: : 1. Pursuant to the authority vested Chairs, T. P.. vice Wolferden, pro-
;2t,. in the Professor Military Science moted. COSMOPOLITAN CLUB. m Sales Agents For
i I r and Tactics at the UUniversity of Hall, C. S., vice Gaskins: pro-
!: ,:! Florida by the Secretary of War, and moted. I Berkey and Gay Furniture, Globe Wernicke Sectional Booll
1 i the President of the University, the Booth, D. E., vice, Burr reduced. I A most interesting program was
f Ji M: following appointments are announced -I Williams, I. D., vice Etheridge, re I presented at the regular Cosmopolitan !l\p.Cases\ Aeolian Vocation, Pathe Phonopragph, NapaneeEft.I ..
Battalion club meeting held Saturday December Aerolux
?li: in the Cadet : signed. chen Cabinets, Belding Hall Refrigerators, Porch
: I 4.Ir.. B. X. Raa, who was
i' To be Second Lieutenant- 2.Officers and noncommissionedofficers I
I ; .., Driggers, R. L. appointed in this order are as- the first speaker, in a short, though !H Shades, Premo-Eclipse Gas Ranges, Domestic Science Fire.
1 1 t : To be First Sergeants- signed to companies as follows: able talk. forcibly contrasted the zeal S; less Cookstoves, Robinson Rodgers "RestwelT BeddIng< _
f ;E; I Stevens H. Q. vice Driggers, pro-' To Company "A.- for literature art and music that obtains -
I. moted. Sergeant S. G. Gaskins. in the new and in the old world, S Office Furniture, Floor Coverings, Draperies, China ani

:.1 Williams, D. E., vice Hiatt, appointed Corporal C. S. Hall. impressing the club with his prophesy 1 Window Shades, Awnings. !
Color Sergeant. Corporal D. E. Booth. that henceforth the people of this
'. .- I I To be Color Sergeant- Company "B."- country will cease to attach the great m a aIr
t. Hiatt, C. R., vice Williams appointed 1st Sergeant "Williams D. E. importance to the art of money mak-
1- 1st Srgeant. Corporal Davis, J. J. iajr, that they have in the past and i
1 To be Sergeants Corporal Williams. I. D. will delve deeper and deeper into the I ;! YYYYfifi; ;! !fi

. I 1.I I ___ Sergeant White, Alex. vast, unexplored wells of the more .
etheral and aesthetic realms. ,,, "4 "': j : .
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t t t I 2nd Lieutenant Driggers R. L. Mr. Raa was followed by Mr. Du-
MIMEOGRAPHING .1 Corporal, Chairs, T. P. pont: who visualized for the club some i
i' 4, Sergeant. Wolfenden, L. interesting phases of South African II Colson Land Company
i L' Company "D.- life and conditions.The .
; SER dICE? 1st Sergeant Stevens, H. O. club received a real treat in if Improved Farms of all sizes

I Mathematics and The Sciences By Command of :Major Ward.B. th* very able resume made by Mr. r g All sorts of City Property
D. ,
Knight YarnoiT of Russian History from then and reasonable terms
: ;* At right prices
,,1.- I our Spec iltvLet Cadet 1st Lieut. Batt. Adjutant genesis of the Russian empireup 1 Buyers should consult them before making a

IQ I us hid on your work to the time of the present turmoil.Mr. *i j choice of property
1I 1-' Drills are executed at attention tt : Ya'-If emphasized the steps andonditiors
I : Edwards Bros W)cu K(..4'E '
: ; instill discipline into the ivory dorm : leading up to the Bolshevik } Office opposite A. C. L, Depot
I. I I of the embryonic officer or soldier outbreak. clarifying all those hazy
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as the case be. details that beset -- -. :...
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I.i 3 I Ii I + + + + + A + + + + It is rumored on the campus that :> student of current events. -

i Students'Headquartersin: one young "rat" fresh from servir ; ThU program wapreceded by .1
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i questions short business meeting in which it
I wrote at the bottom of his paper: i I I wu* decided that because of the prox- i
f.= !!' I t "Read 'em and weep." :"mity of the Christmas holidays, themeeting GAINESVILLE FURNITURE CO.

JacksonvilleHOTEL scheduled for December 18
'Forty-Thirty', 'Deuce', You Serv- I will be postponed until January 8.r f''
J I SEMINOLE -The Tennis tournament is on. Play f ----
: began Wednesday afternoon and the I 1

j Chas. G. Da\, Mgr. I stage'ul is all set for the most success- I f D. R. COX. Proprietor.
ir season ever held at the University
:'I of Florida. Baird Hardware Co. Phone 86.
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'I This year a State tournament is to ,
';r'i: i Just Arrived be held at Jacksonville later on. and i j SPORTING GOODS -.-: 1 i. 023
b I IiI it is the hope of the minor sports com ;
Special Value for i mittee that a team can be sent to rr> KODARSCUTLERY !:ffifiYf;! ;! tfKi afiHffi aHnfiiSJJii
t resent the !
University. There are x
T umber of excellent players in the
)1 College Students -tudent body and under the tutoring'' | THE NEW YORK RACKET

of :Major Ward and others who ale fi Agent ForFlorsheim
i! -z Brown Blue or Gray Worsted helping in this matter, a real tea..
:-an be organized. Other colleges,: : S Shoes. iytxftxfixfix3xx'xfix'itxi I Iit
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t. teams. which are competing in thrlargest -- ;! ! !fix'x! t! ixi! ixfixfixftDon't !
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I ,, :; The interest that is shown by tht ,i
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t i 1 "r i a look at it for several new courts being built i
f Until the minor sports committee '
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+ + + + + pendence of Modulus of
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WHO'S WHO AT U. OF F. + subject was
4 + matherratics physics, the was asked by the editor to write second meeting of the newly reorganized Ag. Club called to order by vice-

JOHN ROBERT BENTONBy + Dr. Berton and for this sheet, and when I Flint Chemical Society was president Nichols; President Wells be-
is the
+ ber of him what to write about he held in the Chemical Lecture room in ing absent on account of the death of
( Roy: B. IlosUns). + subjects. These on have : "Write about a colum. Because Science Hall on Wednesday evening.By his mother. The first thing attendedto
a Rat and as such, I have no the excellent attendance on Wednesday was the sending of a message of
+ lion in the Physical and hence cannot think I have well the attendance I condolence to our president.Mr. .
t + + + + + + + + Tournal of night, as as -
Science, as subject :: W. K. :McBride: gave an extremely
:: my "Nothing, o: of the first meeting on Novem-
)\. Weather better words, "A little bit of every ber 24th the students in Chemistryhave interesting talk on the trip
many of these ." Now of the stock judging team to the State
by a little bit of every demonstrated a desire for a society
:it.t1 'lasicity. the main I don't mean hash. for honest- that will bring them into a more Fair at Jacksonville. Out of one
One I have eaten so much close touch with the Chemical Department i hundred and eighty dollars in cash
vorable comment was l here lately over at the mess hall of the University, as well as prizes awarded for stock judging the!

,. "Mprr"" 'ining Internal I am afraid to look a dog in the arrong the students themselves.In i Ag. club brought back $148. .
;g. able to Rapidly I have had hash six nights out the absence of :Mr.: Fred Weedon, Mr.:: Thomas Demberline told of th'

""*"fished. ; in the Physical II thE week and on Sunday apple sauce who by the way, is largely responsiblefor trip down into the citrus section!
ion: also claims with :: poured over it and served as plum reviving the interest in the society, around Lake Weir. He found the pea-
"horship: of "Problems 4he meeting was called to order at pie of that district very hospitable!
9 shed by the But in spite of the Sophomores and ';:30 p. m. by Mr. :M. Matlock.. In and their hostess very proficient in

4i -iv a1 an appendix to eTorts of Mrs. Peeler to keep us he busine session that followed, it the culinary art. Several fine groves

'ok of General Physics."r. sleeping late, I consider this was moved and passed that the chair- were visited and many interestingfacts

i Penton has held a very nice place to be. nan appoint a committee on Constitution about the culture and diseases

s't.ons professor my part I have been here only and By-laws, to report at next of citrus were learned. Major Floyd)
II'J i itl Tniversities, and with months and it doesn't seem like meeting. The committee is as follows added a few remarks about the tri'i

chnical branches of than twelve. : Mr. Herbert Massey, chair which were greatly appreciated. He

Statse government. He It is rumored on the campus that man11'; Andrew Graham and Mr. also 1: spoke highly of the excellent
sics at Trinity College, '' k Goldsby and Izzy Juster because O'Bryant. The chairman announcedan meals they received.

at Prirceton, physics at 'I' their immense avoirdupois are to election of officers to be held the News came that the boys of the

engaged with the United from their present abodes to a first Wednesday following the Christ- Waldo high school were intown and

Observatory and the under the house where they mas vacation. desired to play a game of basketba'l: 1

Engneering! ha. always been an Standards, and the n diet upon hay to their heart-- !. The program consisted of two extremely with the Ag. club team. They wen
*portant profession and there ha, oratory of the Carnegie t.Now j, interesting talks by Prof. A. accommodated by an 18 to 10 ga're.

|een a demand through the ages for addition to such positions Stories."A that is is open season for all P. Black of the chemistry departmentand Next Monday the Ag. Club will

.roper( instruction in the art. This worked temporarily men to make predictions as tc I by :Mr.: H. B. Davis. a recent stu- hold a short Sf appy meeting, the lat
(I em an J, always great, has been tre- concern such as the future. I'll venture this prophecv dent of the University and now with before the holidays. It is hoped that
' j end .usly increased as a result::: of Railroad, the Carnegie at Christmas will soon be here. But I the Florida Industrial Corporation. all men will be able to attend.

t tie accomplishments of the enjireers and the Thomas A. absolutely refuse to predict that Prof. Slack's subiect was "Outlook of ALEC WHITE.

. to i the World War, and the great in- ies in New Jersey. Leiland will grow as tall as the Young Chemist," and he showed
stri&l l concerns have numerous op- The experience gained : Gunn during the next year. mo t convincingly that no broader George Stanley--It's' funny the
.I ingo. The University of Florida dustrial concerns and rash predictiors can be made field! exist nor were there more lu- \ve cannot talk about chicker without

lonp with the other college! of the work in these large by'. >ny! erratic ctontemporaty, I f crat've positions to be found than in using fowl language.
i urtry has felt this new need, but fitted Dr. Benton to an Pheiffer.T the field of chemistry. Mr. Davis
for the position which ....-..-....,. .
ir University, hampered even be- ; I
learned the other day through a !subject' was "Extraction of Turpentine
re thp war by lack of instructorsd the University of I i I ORAII
source that Roy Driggers wa1?:; and Pine Oil from Stumps
-ufficient equipment has had a facilities ir the out on the farm last week where he brought out in a clear and N ORTON'S
uch harder path to follow than partment, with a larger
the blamed mule which was interesting manner both the mechanical -
any of the richly endowed instituon and with the I: to the plow. politely lifted her I and chemical operation involved in OVELTIES.ART .
that these additions
i C't and kicked him in the potato this: comparatively new and importantfield. and GIFT SHOP
Nevertheless! the standards: set bv Engineering College of "h. Now that's very bad, and I I Maker of Picture Frames -
>f Florida
eerjrreering> : colleges of the couny can expect ink that} in justice to the other The meeting closed! at 8:40 p. m.
have been met in practically ever ink with the largest she should be hailed before the with all present declaring themselves .

. case, and along many lines the aver ndowed technical discipline committee. as having spent a most interestingand SANITARY BARBERSHOP -

j ge requirements have been sur Pete Harris wins the fur-lined su- profitable hour. .
assed. This has necessitated A r.ew York Judge
|| a grea i i for composing the snappiest:
fi amount of extra work by the facult T ove is insanity. I 1 of the season. The name of this Soc Ingram: "It's getting so I haveto

H! f the engineerir g college. The lack l Well men go crazy j l1lar ditty is: "When a Mosquito shave every day now."
p, f equipment in the laboratories andy hey? White and I -ked Up to Me and Pushed."' Pete McClo-key: ""1'6l, I keep telling Gainesville FloridaIn

y i the workshop has worked a hard d I I was strong on that kind of you to wine! off your chin after taking the Graham Hotel
[[Mp. That the college ha so well As Good as the but not so strong as limburger. a drink of that hair tonic."-Techn'que. I

aintained the required standards and I I "How did they I It ha been said that all things come W. S. DORSEY & CO.
'\rnfH] reputation while sufferin waits I'll this
a "He ran over that him who so cease -
.T. fir lack of these vital elements speaks she was so fond." I ', fold my arms and wait for 'I Old Alunmus: "I see you can't j4j Everything in Groceries

ell for its administration.The I I "Did he replace it?" I check from home in order that(j whiskey except with a doctor's pro. I For Goodness Sake Drink
Pear, of the College of Enginern "Look's that way.He may not have to resort to box-car\ scr'ption."
"' Dr. J R Benton. like the mao i row engaged."-Stray when the holidays begin. J Second Ditto: "Yes, I have j\1O- r DORSEY'S DELIGHT COFFEE
"r:+v the faculty of the Urivers- I written my son to drop engineerin
I*" hit T"orlove for the teaching endf and study medicine."-Technique.
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the work than for the executivend ..... ..... .... .... ..... .... .... .... ..... ..... ..... ..... .... ..... ....A .- -. ...AOeA 91I
and while Dr. Benton prefers to .. ..q .V TTTTTTT ? Y ?
Good Eats and Eirst Class ervioe come to the I
pend his time, whenever possible.ith .

his classes a tribute must be paid LUNCH ROOM I II I I.
ft the remarkable executive abilityhat A. I : .
i,e ha shown. The whole uni- I 1 +
'Pr' tv is yell aware of the special 0 ne Door North A. C. L. Depot 1I -
-orvpnunce felt by the engineering ----- I -ihteath j
!':ttyicTit and admire the splendi'' l------------- i
ay in nwhich the emergencies hav 1 :: --r-- -T"l"i -

een iret. The solution of the prob- ,

->vith pm this the year alternative when Florida of was accepting faced] I While IJ Jacksonville I, : A Good Place to Eat ;

f. I
ore studerts in the enngineerin. GO TO t
rp<;hman class than she could possi-: 551 I ........... ,..................

ly make arrangements for. or of ..I. .
t< rnt ., '-r '
aving these men leave the State to 1-: \ cJ p I 1 ; :: I h: :;:.:. :.. 4---2-..
ttond other colleges, showed splen- Restaurant and Lunch Room {
; The
id work for these men were not !

nly retained, but will through a dif: i (!fo en &ofljcri .I, ;:; 4 4 FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN

erert arrangement of the work. covet !

he same ground as the regular stu- .,4 ONE HUNDRED DEPARTMENTS: Block from Atlantic Coast Line Depot
.. I Half a
ents. .... .. ..- ..-r- ;::: :-:: :--:-j -r jggj-- > i
(laire vllleFinrid .
Dr. Benton was born in Concord, I I *E r., v rr ro?"
'*- H. June G. 1875. He attend.1
fila"; es Fitti d
Trinity College at Hartford, Conn. Eves Tested -
|ard in 1897 received the degree of B
S. from that institution This was Lens Grinding- r.
followed in 1898 by the B. A. degree We Do Ourvn .... 1

from the same school. He then wen' No : Delay t

June. 1900, was a student at the fam t.ARABlE \
ous University of Gottingen, in Ger O.H.Oo1esL' & Son. t .
wary This institution conferred th,

degree of Doctor of Philosophy upor t

him in 1900. The thesis upon whicr f< c1Ettrc' Cyiicirrs ( :11 j.vM.''t.<< 1 In -s:: -- ';> --q

tie degree was granted was "De- ........ .... ..: -:-:

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duce President Leferve of Virginiato and urged its repeal. r

j i S. I. A. A. CONVENES
I change the date of the Ge<5rgia- Professor D. H. Henry, vice presI- ,
: I to this big con- dent of the first district declared in
Virginia game permit
: :>i AT WHITE HOUSE test. Professor Sanford of Georgia his report that football progressed in I THE MEN'S STORE I It
: expressed his wish that this arrange- the last year in leaps and bounds I It

; : ment be made.In out the south especially complimenting t
';:1-1 THURSDAY EVE. delivering his annual addressas Furman and South Carolina as the W. M. JOHNSON + + Clearwater,iJo.l I II

a report of the executive committee two schools that had made the most t
j I f I ii
f ; t (Continued from page One)). Dr. Henry Phillips, president of spectacular records in that district. t Come in and
.{' the S. I. A. A. declared he hoped that Professor Henry urged as a result of When Back Home Boys, See |

through$ with an amendment'to the effect the association would not split up as tmtroversies that have risen duringthe I Up-to-Date Stock of Gent's Furnishings

4''ii ; that all freshmen presenting certificates a result of the freshman rule controversy year, that no S. I. A. A. team be I Our

-, :f 7'' of graduation from prep urging that there were manygreat allowed to schedule games with non- I
f. schools within the S. I. A. A. territory issues of importance to the colleges members institutions, and even wentso

1 I l: be allowed to play while men from of the south that demanded far as to suggest the adoption of I.. ... __ __ .-. __ "' ...,,
constitutions -Pi
r.: prep schools outside of these states I the undivided attention and united efforts the entire eWstern Conference -:I
J be ruled out. This motion was also of every institution in the organization and rulings as the laws under

-i defeated overwhelmingly as was a and that the splitting up which the S. I. A. A. should operate. ..................
,r, later one by Dr. Thorns Jacobs ofIfl of the S. I. A. A. would mean a great last night's Rotary dinner, given in ... ........

Oplethorpe University to adopt the blow to athletics in the south. Pep personified was the feature at

Ifl one year rule with the provision that Educating; the people beyond suspicion honor of the visitorwhen every diner i- AMERIEAN SHOE REPAIR COMPANY!
all schools of enrollment under 500 as to professionalism in college vras served with a sumptuous layoutcf
football was named the biggest I quail toast roast duck, and all
!\ ; be allowed to play freshmen. as on AND SHINE PARLOR fi;
7 ; Professor S. V. Sanford of Georgia question now before the organizationas the trimmings:, followed up by plumb I
1! : Tech was the leader of the movement well as that of actually eliminating 'I pudding which in the words of Professor -

I i 1r L to do away with summer baseball, and if such there exists any irregularitiesas S. V. Sanford of Georgia, was Geo. Tampas and Louis Eliades, Proprietors -
J;,, received the support of a number of to the bonified amateur standingof accompanied by "gravy" that would 115 West Main Street North-Phone 139.

l'I I other institutions including Xewberry every player in the south. have bourn several reputations. J. V. Blame, Agent; Room 31 Buckman

,; : and Florida while Coach Mike "We must do away with the spiritof E""erisiting speaker Deluding J Gainesville Florida __

,t- ) Donahue of Auburn led the opposition. spying and detective means of.coping The Reverend Dr. Henry Phillips, .
: with this situation." he said." and chaplain of Sewanee University CoachJ. t
A number of changes were
::s: i i.: made in the rules governing the S. I. rely upon the honesty and integrity of R. Bender of Tennessee: ; President .. ... ........ ......... ..O....

ii' he member institutions, to adopt prac" Thornwell Jacobs of Oblethorp and
:; A. A. track meet in Atlanta.
r tires in accordance with the ethical Declared the
which others. that gatheringwas
r During the morning session,
r convened at 10 o'clock, when most of standards of sportmanship. We must I one of the most jovial, original, s
the adopt as it were an honor code under and entertaining he had ever attended.
F the time was devoted to reading
which to this matter." Rotarian humorous speechesby
govern songs
; of minutes and hearing of committeereports
He declared' that the financial element the visitors .an "oration" by Bill ILSON OOMPAN
.r and other routine business,
\ was securing too strong a foot- Bivens on his mysterious invention,. W y s
r Presbyterian College of South Carolina I
hold in football and urged that unless the air bullet" whkh is guaranteed Quality-Service
was admitted to the association
Ii' some check was put upon matters; t:o end all wars in less than 24 hours, la
while Stetson refused admission
I' was
they stand ,a distressing situation a number of well sung selections by
{ I on the grounds that that institution
would be brought about in the entire the University quartette and other
:J I played highschool men while Camp 'GAINESVILLE'S FOREMOST SHOPPING CENTER"
south. features made the evening one that
:; t Benning of Columbus, Ga., was r:1 -
r "These rumored irregularities may will send every speaker away as Dr.
; fused admission because it was not the .
: =:
eminate from wild rumors but theS. Phillips said. "thinking and saying Featuring
.J' class of school as those represented
t1. I. A. A. cannot allow the country's good things about Florida especially
in the
"if; .t feature of the meetinc was the editors with rottenness and corruption Gainesville, and more especially, the Everything That a Good Department Store Should
without repudiating the statements. Rotarians."
: .:io. t heated argument that resulted from
: s : Unless some definite action is taken Business sessions will continue
:1. -- the accusation by Professor Beaucock"j. all this
against irregularity I feel throughout today until all matters
.: :I of Louisana State to the
confident in saying that within three have been transacted. -
t4; 'I! effect that the executive committee
there will
years not be a college in .
[ had the constitution rather
J amended the organization that will be playing Camouflage
,: f: than interpreted it. in the case of a absolutely bonified men only.In Little side-long glances,

: controversy between Tulane and the his report as vice president of Little winks so quaint... __ -
'!' i State institution as to the four year the second district. Professor San- Makes you think it's love r

1 : r eligibility law. The argument was ford of Georgia scoured the summer When it really ain't-The Vanderbilt ; SPEEDIE'S PLACE

I 'J'Ij closed by a motion to adopt the min- baseball l rule. calling attention to the Hustler.

,I ; utes, in which the argument originated great detriment of the million dollar Headquarters for
:, in full. league ni Atlanta had proved to college Girl (at game)-But don't they get
It was announced that Pittsburgh'ad athletics. He declared the association awfully dirty '

f I; offered the University of Georgiaa had made a great error in Fresis-Yes, but you see, we haw (,I University Students

; game, and efforts will be made to in adopting the rule at i its last meeting.4 i ii oar; scrub team.Tarton. Iii :Meet them there for Soft Drinks Cigars, Tobaccos,

.t p'\ ____ ._ j Candies
i ----- ------ --- "Why does a preacher have an easier Stationery sr3 Souvenir CardsThere's
i '-t j time than a doctor or lawyer"
Its easier to preach than practice.: '" =:
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J.I ; t I -\\bite and Blue

I (J. MacD. Thompson, Vke-Presdent and Secretary
1 I Electrical Supplies-Fixtures, Wholesale and Retail I Ir

1 t I lftt-104 West Lafayette Street Tampa Honda: j The Old Game .

r, :,tf f. f I .---- ----- ___ ______ __... He made a run around the end i a Lot of omfort in a Good Pipe .

t Was tackled from the rear;
< "' =:: '7 "'"'"" '---4: The right guard sat upon his neck We Have all Popu ar Styles at
i t : The fullback on his ear; ''I .50, .75, and 1.00

[ I Itrll' 1 The center sat upon his legs,

Two ends sat on his chest; i L. C. Smith

i: : ELI WITT CIGAR CO. The quarter and the half-back then

I" I St down on him to rest. --.......- -'-- '"' .-

The left guard sat cpoo his head.

.,:, CIGARS A tackle OE Ms face; 'J -- '"'_ :a p !, -r ---.:!

I The coroner was nest called. in
-That's My Business m To sit upon Us case. tij
t 1',
; Tampa, Forida -

I 'M' ; Tlnp'.1 Nugget Hav'a Tampa Sad Bat True t THE UNIVERSITY BOOK STORE

I M&ry doesfi't rouge her tips
{ Nehiter foes she paint. !
".A-" '.8: -:;' = ::" -3:. I? sb* a lot the Basement Language HaD
Rf among area? :\ E OF
You know damn "
weD she airtt! LARGE
i t I -L.Tre. MEMORY BOOKS, ETC. '
t ETerything For the Student.
f I

l Modern Evening Gown.
; o ,17 A lime ndIe f t, a -,_ __ ,

I 1.2TC2..1t: a := ? Y}Z-tJa7Z A little yard skis ef sue; !5fS2afa

As white! as :aflk.

I The mile \ little strap- .
j Follows the poon | DICK REID
i How dare she brear e!

\I little tog- g Modes of the :Moment
3i I I "Good Evening Eve!"-PsacJa Bowl 505
!II 1ran.klin: Street .. 1oridaHiL

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l t fflffiffiraffiffiffiffiffiffira
F Kentucky and Georgia have : o p. . .

9y TEPIG CLUB BOY tunity the disposal for this of the instruction.schools

y propriations for this

I -Xmas is Coming iLet i WINS $$5.00 PRIZE physical tion and education child welfare.All physical.

1 E students in these
I Ie
a satisfactory physical
us help you select 9: pass
your gifts '
Henry Dorsett, won the $5.00 prize tion before graduation. All
t t'S Don't fail to see our selected lines of Pennants and Banners offered by Mr. White to the Club covered and approved coure H
boys last : He member of cal education. All this
jar. a
of all kinds; Fancy Boxes Stationery and candies; Xmas !?Urida's Club, judging teams at the attention of the people of !

packages, cigars and cigaretts; Fancy Gift Books;Eversharp "nternational Club judging contest a time when the need for
x held at the Atlanta Fair. He led the is being met in the State
, Pencils; Fountain Pens; and many other suitable articles for I: 42 boys in judging dairy cattle won by the work in physical

Gifts the Banker's scholarship and will en- the new department of
E Xmas YiMILLER'S Here, as in no other
ter the Agricultural College as soon
: is he has sufficient credits. h the demand being

iftf His story follows: perspective gards this department teacher. the

!ifif When I first lived in Suwannee the normal school course

!ifERKfBaSffifBSK ;I I -our.ty, the County Agricultural the same advantages as 1

!fr. Yi !f Agent asked me to join the Pig Club.I ity student.
I did so. buying through the Com-
ii iiii
mercial Bannk of Live Oak, a spotted
__ == _- 'Twas a winter day in
-7- :--- = -=== -==-= -- Poland-China pig, paying $25 for it.
On my record and work I was givena The rain was snowing fast
A barefoot with shoes
scholarship for a seven-days' short
course at the University of Florida. Sat standing on the grass.

This scholarship was given in No- best

vember, at the time of our county fair.I TAX EQUALIZATION ..
h I I Y 4h i did not like to miss the fair. I CONSTITUTIONAL IN I .. ., .... I

reached Gainesville by night. Early Con t I I -
the next morning we went to the Uni- The Supreme !f
versity grounds for breakfast. All ruled that the State tax

greenery had been killed by frost, law is constitutional in
but then I was glad that I gave up the handed down in the Butts .
! l county fair, for I had never been toa in which the validity of
school so large. the law was attacked.
There were numbers of boys there means that as far as the
I taking military training, as that was cerned the possibility ff an
during the World War. We ate in inary session of the
I the mess halls with these boys at the January is remote. :
" D C Pipe is the biggest value that the World's
AW -_ I I University; boys served the food. We : When Governor Dorsey I
.. .
PIP '.ufactursrs can put into a pipe. The
were given military exercises on the the Supreme Court .
WDC is a good, :fyin, smoke bound break in
&*v to I :
athletic field by a sergeant. I remember very much gratified, but
sweet and mellow time. Highest quality of bit band
every we laughed a bit when the say, until he has had an
and bowl craftsmanship of the highest order-that's whatwe
; = sergeant commanded "cut out that to; study the decision itself
mean by biggest value. Ask good dealer. 1
any sweet stuff." It was a real new life will not be no necessity
WM. DEMUTH & CO.. NEW YORK if to me. Legislature together.In .
The Y. :M. C. A. hall was a place the Butts county
WORLD'S LARGEST MAKERS 1 OF FINE PIPESDSOP where we went after the day's work were three principal

__ was over for all kind of games. We tention by the Butts
===:::=:E -== rexs't
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-- had meetings there once or twice call- ties that the law is
ed by Mr. White, in which we told irst. that section 18 of the
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jokes and stories, and some of the tion act is in violation of
boys were given a football by :Mr.I constitution. which says
\ IN i White for telling a funny, clean joke. must be advalorem; second
0 Mr. White was sure a great friendto is in violation of the due jars'n
us. clause:: of the State and
We played ball with the University tutions. and third that it is
boys, which was great fun. They of the equal protection

I taught us a great many new games, State constitution.In .
I, Tailor t t and they were anxious to entertain this latter contention

1 t boys from near their homes and prov- ment is that the equalization
ed big brothers to us. not include corporations .
Cleaning Pressing
4 Alteration t The buildings were all one color individuals. The principle

t Phone 354 Gainesville a. and fixed for all branches of education in the action brought by
t and a boy should not wish for l was a question of the t
J : I I better opportunities to be an edu-'I the State tax commissioner
cated man. ''a uniform increase in the
I------------- : At the Experiment Station we saw returns without giving SCHOOLED t tI
I the insects. pests and diseases and vidual taxpayers in the

I learned that the remedies were found fording: the man I
We working in
out there. saw boys ing.The
the laboratories and in short learnedif State Supreme Court I I the EARTH
Bailey found a disease among plants at on none of the principal
home that we could send here for a up in the case of the
cure. We saw milk tested for food State law in conflict with '
value and for butter fat. of the constitution of the and

THMP1t, LORID7=t The farms were cultivated under United States; the effect
- clare that section 13, and the TOWN
the best methods of agriculture, hogs
sellsHickeyFreeman passed upon are
and cows were cared for. We were
The originally
told about the diseases of these and case was
ClothesDORAN'S the causes of them. Butts County Superior a
tition for an injunction
IJ The hot houses were to me the State commissioner to ,
place of all others, for all plant ment of his order andSt
grew there in winter. We were shown
ty returns of Butts 40 per
how to bud and graft fruit trees, by .
case was heard by Judge {
c.i, I Professor Floyd, which was very interesting the petition for injunction fheuei7
i to all of us. Potato houses
SHOPEast missed whereupon the
BICYCLE I for curing sweet potatoes were being ed to the Supreme Court
made. We were taken to it and shown
Main Street court now sustains the I
FOR BICYCLES, ACCESSORIES and REPAIRS how to make one of them. lower court. t
All of these buildings, the great
. I number of boys and their games, with r OM HaU te _
their happy way of living, was the Lyric HAT CLEANERS
... -. ----- - _.. best sight I ever saw. I will work
f hard for the time when I can be a bare them

JOHNSON'S PHARMACY ,MI| student in a school I think so good. and Made Near
Drugs, Medicines, Stationery, Toilet and Rubber GoodsWe I think every boy in Florida has a 'The and i
Guarantee Personal Attention to Prescriptions.Only f I chance to be educated if they try. in Connflcticaj onery

j Purest Drugs Used. Low Prices. Quality Guaranteed ( Four States \have enacted legislation, Csa. TEL &.
Gainesville, Florida. during the past year that effectively
t initiates Statewide programs of phy-(Good Pic '_ .. .

.. fiScal education. Virginia, Mississippi, r.
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-- $$ $ $ $ $ .
f $ $$SS -I ,
in any branch whether for hazing or | I
for other It simply isn't ;
THE FLORID\ ALLI6ATOK( any cause. --
I being done. In the language of the | Prices of
campus: "You can't get by with it!" I

'f EDITORIAL DEPARTMENT And if any Freshman has made sucha I I Long Agoin

;! Herbert G. Ford ._.,........... ......... ........_.._Editor in Chief failure, it must be laid at the door

,; c C. Stuart Hall, ::.. ... ....... ............... .........Managing Editor of another cause than the hazing ;
y t Truman Green ......mm Assistant Managing:: Editor I done on the campus. The cause may 1CS After a Careful Analysis

F. 0. Spain, Jr... ..Sporting Editors __._.._._.......... A. N. Sollee I well be set down here. The dormitories I II a
;, ROY B. Hoskins, Murray Cohen, Har-old Klock, ...............__....... Reporters are overcrowded! .. g \\'e are assured by the If J rgest and best
Wo Id that
in the our RetailS
; Richard Knight ....._.........h........... ..m.m Society Editor: I V,"hen the plans for Buckman and Clothes Prices Makers rre in lin:> and pen lower, than

-_ ..........__................._...............n............._. Thomas halls were drawn, it was not SI; prices for months"ves" some time to come.
.,4[ I BUSINESS DEPARTMENT I in.ended that more than two men f |jj; Our Los* Your Profit. 0h

; Herbert M. Friedlander _.__ ...__...................__ Business Manager ichould i occupy each separate suite- ;
S Marx Finest Suits
t Schaffner &
Maurice Stein' .__.__.._.._........_...._Ass't. Business :Manager; each suite consisting of two small j! Hart

\. I -..---.......---.----.-....... .-..- rccns with an open arch between, j; W Priced Now
-; .: MECHANICAL DEPARTMENTM. \ one of the small apartments to be ,I Iuscj r
B Knight -_- ._...--._...-- -... --.'__ Foreman as a study and the other as I i $35.00 to $58.50

{ j; B. O. Smith .... ._.._......._._ Compositor sleeping quarters. It is recognized I Ii I ii

", A.T. Moore_ .- ... -. -_... ----..--- Pressman i ball: that to crowd more than two IfS
i I : r ( :\ into such space is not only un- 95 i is These are All Wool-Hand Tailored and Cove .

:: ::"tary but makes for discomforta x Every suit-..Former Prices $50 to $75
.a Entered as second class matter. September 28, 1912, at the post-
1 distraction. At
certainly for
office at Gainesville, Fla., under the Act of March 3d, 1879. : atr
r '.';gent; many of these small suites
4 -
", Place all communications and news items in boxes designated! for that :
(c'ain: four men. the majority of
,: purpose in Pea'Jody and Language Halls. I
tc.i; not less than three men. The Wolf Brothers
'!- ; et sequences where comfort and ap-

w Rate:The Florida Alligator, $1. 50 the year. llli. tion are concerned are obvious 1 n
I. -I 6
Tho cure for at least this situation I 'snHi i. r
lies 'n the building of more and larger a:
do.-1.itories. !Hiw TAMPA, PLA.rirfiyir't i 1
It is to be regretted that the Uni-
ifiifi; fut
It is the purpose of the writer of these lines to reply to the disgraceful! Y. -' :"ty has been thrown into the !

article and editorial published in the St. Augustine Evening: Record for r..i.- of disrepute by the hurried and
December fth and 7th. which threatens to bring ignominy upon the Uni J vi 1: ,'::ctive letter written to a news- : i rfttt t fi i tt'i r t rtft t "t 'it't fttft 3iti itfitfi ;! f.au
aub ub
versity (.f Florida and which have given cause for grave arxiety to the I rr."e.It: : is equally to be regrettedth

institnti is furtherrr.ore the writer'"; purpose to explain the incidents taken as a basis I 1 houid; have given cause for such 1 stE.

?! for th; unspeakable attack upor the good name of the University. The extent y':.('.;tiveness It is most of all to r

; to vhich the actual facts: in the case have been perverted is shown In 1 I : ;retted that a newspaper with Hotel Hillsboro eGfl

other tolamns of the "Alligator" wherein is set forth a letter drawn up i j j i th.1putation: for conservatism held T

ar d signed by the entire Freshmer Class denying as a conglomeration of {I i by.i..j' St. Augustine Evening Record I --
absurdities and falsehoodthe accusations made against upper classmen in II I sho. 11 have been led into the hasty "TOP O'THETOWN"Largest [

I tfie columns_ of the "Rec_ rd'" This letter refutes beyond question these I I publication c and sharp editorial comment *

sianaerous cnarges made uy 01 e who can ue nu other than .- bitter enemjf without one single effort to sub- All Year Round Hotel
I ( the Univer-ity and on* personally unacquainted with the fact that re- stan..':;.t3 the accusations made before In State
j npect for Truth is the characteristic of real Manhood. settin': ; "he University before the puo-

The sole vestige of trut to be four in the articles referI I to lies in th* lic c-: :t place of terror and revolt. t i

I statement that certain Freshmen have been "hazed" and t' at tie hazing, And v.o hope the "Record" will fir.d U Tan pa Florida

I., in this instance took the form of hair-cutting. Upon this: foundation ha. it po jle to revise: its judgment or <; 11 --- _- "i\';:. .....' ..$df -: ..;;-.-...
been reared a mighty fabric of utter falsehood printed w':bout even tin us a.iJ: give that revision of judgmentthe

saving grace of question. same publicity accorded to a --I Ii

I However it may be regarded by the outsider, the custom 0: initiating th-- whcl I y unofficial and entirely untrust- I t i

I newcomers previils in practically every institution of learning. Probabl'' work: .' testimony. Only thus can the The Phifer '
1 every other man who real the article in. the "Record" and waxed imlignan "Recc i" deal justly with the UI1 State Bank

I at the reported atrocities being perpetrated upon hi and other men's sons, versionly thus can the "Record" i'

has enjoyed the ngonies of his fellowmen being "put through" the lodge help t ) reestablish the confidence of Strong, Safe and Accommodating

I 1) degrees. The Uriversity, then, is not to be reprobated for the sole fact that of fr nds throughout the State, i .-

1 I, m her campus the older men demand recognition: from first year men; that co.nfi-e: ice which it has done much to :.I tI

I I t i.\ is agreed that the fir-t year men shall wear as part of their clothing a 1 I j alien:. ,:j if not destroy. 1

!! si.\'D of their "newness;" that they shall l, in respect to their seniors in college =-

I 1// I, life, give a shin of tneir "inferiority" bv lifting the hand to the cap. COLLEGE SIDELIGHTS I II I
I Move all, neither the University: nor the customs of University life are to
I be held disrepute because of the ill-timed and unwarranted action of a I Foot Ball I

fey men, in contravention of every agreement, take it upon themselves to j I Thre::: -eems to be a difference in Shoes, Uniforms and ,I
I I I, initiate the Fresh-ren in n fashion all their own a1 d condemned by both the I opinion as to which of the two uni- Supplies,

j University authorities and the ; the Student Body at large. I versities is the largest in America Base
i' Hut while we affix blame .'
It.I th process of iaircuttirg was assuredly not om characterized by malice. of California, both of which havean Gloves, Mitts, Shoes and Supplies,
t t : I Tbtughtless. unfortunate in its consequences, and deplorable in the resultan enrollment of;, more than 11,000
rf dir grace it ha* brought upon the Universty.; the action of the men who initiated I students. TennisRackets

and put into effect this particular process of hazing was nothing more Of 62 captains of college bootfall Balls and
than an attempt at originality in the matter of marking the difference be- team::. in this section of the Supplies,
i country
fveen and lower classmen.
upper S3 arcline
men.-Tarton. Bicycles
Mutilation: if haircutting may be so defined, has never been deemeJ Ohio State is raising a million dollars -I

I' '1 either necessary or even desirable in the process of hazing, and the man wh-. t.. :build a stadium that will Repairing and Supplies.
1! seat
Vosscssss the real university spirit does not indulge in initiations that ca.1for 63,000 :r ople. This will be the larg- I

J I ': the infliction of either pain or disgrace. Moreover, the Univcr ity f ? est in he: country. It B. LILIENBLUMYou ,

I .. Florida: has gone on record "as opposed to all frr. s of '.hazing;' :: :ordin.! Prii c ton has challenged the University i- I

I : to resolutions passed by ,*hp three "r-jv tl- :' of California to a debate dur
; While it has bee n form 1. cT.-"I: i to rfiix d'c' .. t tj! I =
: I Tame in each in-stan ling : Christmas =
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: 31 e rf r -oro.: Vnj* oc.ro;: ition 'toward hazing in all its forms, particular! : Rollins college is I' T.,. """" __ D
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kwl} erg han cr cvrri ncior1" night attcch: i'i: ef! to .i the: newcomer. In th ;] campaign for: a million dollar endow- I H" ..,..,:::

i J I I I in.:::ne since : (cn of tr:" dny fallowing trc h::/rc'-.tmg epIsode. the Univ ment fund. :,cJ c

f v":r i jt,- o J thcrl'ie-j: have t Arthur : I Can Lead Cork
1 'n at \vck i sifting pvid :: :e, hearing: testimony:: Murray a former Georgia ; a to Water but
a: cn.I 'avcri:: 5 :.o be fair to i-11 and nartial to none w: ,h the avowed purpoa.o. Tech man :is offering eight prizes, to '; You Cannot
t. Make
I : : rendering Justice to ;Ihcse who cl- serve it and panlshment; to those whost I the amot ; of $75 each for the best I j' it SinkDon't .
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\\j guilt: in a grc ;ions matter 'hn-.andi essay or "Five
t it. This being so, how manifestly::; unfai-: I Ways of Earning
i Is the :np'.1tahltlat they are utterly' incapable! How injurious and unjust I Money: in:. College." ;I let this suit value we are going to tell 1 .

ii i the in'p'i-ation that tic University is itstlf :In a :state:; of seething revolt i; An a a.ion unit has been author-I II you about float ..

; 'f''f'i.which will not be ..stilled %ov the voice of lawfully constituted authority! ized by War Department for theli I on your imagination on but let it
I One thinks Univer: : c": p- -.*. sink in your mind
of the proverbial mountain made of a molehill. And on it '3 : r r ::1.Ir. until you find out that seeingis
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t a fabric of caluniies! dire cted at the very reputation of the University L. D Co an of th? University ,;' j| believing. 'Absent
I nay more, rU exi.tence even. of Nevada recently talked by wireless ? treatment wont get you one r
.:i l: Perhaps the most seiinus of all the charges contained in the hasty article ,I I telegraph to a ship 4,000 miles off of i'j'l r; of these all wool Rise ban
i !I the Pacing: I n flannel suits i neither
: Coast.
published by the "Record" is that which has to do with the continued interferrnce This i ; considered J single
by upper cla.phicn with the study time of the Freshmen. If th. i : record! d:stance for the type of set ,! or doubL Lr.sted; style at $25The .
;. ,.i -.,'were true it would mean that the very for which I'i I :sed. .
purpose men come to th !1
University i is; defeated by certain off their fallow! students with more tim' School The h( -uP"' I' of the llant City High J t S =li
for the perpetration of than piper this week is "We
outrage inclination Rode
to attend to their class : I i
From past experiences we can say that the continued failure of any work./' i j C Cainesvi Yttee on the Rail." f 1 B.undt Clothierj'

itos'r 1ttnFh:tof his studios w. wld; ,call down J .upon him the most unpleasant1Tiotllf t ..sjH.s of the} University of Ginti. :
attention of his' <*.<-r\* It is I .. impossible for :ai-y ban f to fail contmual 1t( on De.
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way, having
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; with a gest: Mfare> Florida and less Stet- man!" :.he close restrictions of j
i very good attendance. We I grammarschool
I hope that
;PARTICULARLY PERSONAL benefit derived therefrom will be in sonn Henderson.C. for .Dick Johnson and George Paul Baker has temporarily left education because he is supposed

(f I proportion to said attendance. I school to take up a position in Tampa. to be mature enough net to uie
+ + + + + + Miss Ellis continues to be the J. Hardee made a trip to High There was a meeting at the Uni- his freedom in a way that will Interfere

| (Pete Harris). popular as well as the most tortured most take Springs the other day, but he didn't versity Monday night of the State with the pursuit of knowledge.That .

S i e are always glad to welcome Dr. person on the campus May she ex- Pete Harris with him. Medical Association. Examinationswere is the theory upon which the

back to our midst because cuse more of us and be bothered less. Anyone wishing to phone to T ii- given and very instructive lec- professors act, and upon which someof

I J Q one is more conspicuous by their It is with regret that we note the hassee will profit by putting in a calla tures heard. the students act especially those
fence than he is. absence of W. G. Wells. Mr. Wells week ahead of time because Wyche Sam Ham has turnend to CollegeInn who are getting through .college with

Ir. Fred Weedon has assumed theJice was called away to the death-bed of Getzen uses the wire every night. into a saw mill commissary. You difficulty and studying some special
of student assistant for Chemgltry his mother and in an humble way wo Buck Carleton has his hair parted can get anything there from hot choc- or technicallin e by which they ex-
III laboratory work, succeeding voice the student body in extendingour in the middle now. Congratulations olate to a game of pool, including hair pect to make their living. It Is de-
&. Friedlander. deepest sympathy. Buch. That's all you needed to make cuts, postage stamps and Florida cidedly not the way the majority of

jfalie most popular fad on the campis 'Mr.: Harry Gordon recently -left' you "All Time All American, Ladies sweaters undergraduates look at 'the milter.

now is to have your tonsils reStfved. for Jacksonville to meet his father -- When inter-class football comes off They go to college for It good time.
Those taking advantage of who is coming from New York in na we suggest that all men having made They regard it as an escape frog parental

t6s! stylish opportunity are: Slyde very critical condition, having undergone How Long Has It Been any record as a pugilist be barred supervision, and A chattel- .

ling, Frank Holley, Dick Stanley, an operation up there. since you last treated from participation. spend a little of dad's Money witYtouc

(&2nce Richbourg, Lennard Wesson, D.fj :Mr. J. Taylor, a second year Engineer a Juicy yourselfto his direct advice or assistance. in.
Christiance and Murdock Barrs. resigned last week and has Porterhousewith + + + + + + word, the average undergraduate regards

KVe are glad to see Donald Hubbard gone to his home in Arcadia.Mr. French Fried Potatoes, + college as an opportunity
tack again after a long illness, butjijry : A. W. Chadwick is at presentin done up as you like it? + CAN COLWGE. BE + assert his individuality which is essentially -

to note that his brother, McCoy, St. Augustine, where he will remain This is our Special University + CIVILIZED. + a barbaric individuality.
shaving a siege of it in the infirm- for a short time before resum- 8) nbin ttiO'1. with a Sqecial + E 1 The Barbaric Stu eftL
now.e ing his work go 4q 4g 4 4i i ei, It has been stated many times that
ly at Florida.Mr. Price to Students.MOLNAR'S n U r J
rooms of the dormitories By Frederick J. Hoskin. i each individual in the course of his
are no Joe Dalton
graduate of last
fefjger referred to as Room No. so and Washington, Dec. 1.-The annualwar development repeats all the stages
's year, may seen to approach between the faculties institutions through which the race has passed,
but a? Cell No. so and so of Buck- Gainesville of our -
B; n monastry. invariably every Fridayfor of higher learning and the but it is certainly suggestive. Tn\is
it i is
Irh eaddresses heard by the students guess students thereof is in full swing. At boys under 16 are undoubtedly;-
because of his love for the old school.
Florida are as a rule Ar.napolis, a change of superintendents ages in many ways. They band toose-
very good.
Aryone wishing to see him will fin:]
the one given us by Dr. Wilmer him on Church h has taken place, partly as the ly together like savages; they >g6 adventuring -
Atlanta, was exceedingly good, be15C week-end. during any result of hazing scandals, it is said. like savages; and they often
' of the vital importance which In a Southern university, some students I show savage cruelty both to each Ether -
Those who have business I
any to have withdrawn in and to animals.
to every one who heard it. transact with Stuart Hall a body because -
if. Beck is going to start please the faculty backed by State law This has often been pointed etit.
a note You
to Hubert FriendlanderanJ : can find him any time at aBanker's & COMPANYDRUGGISTS has interferred with their secret so What has not been so generally rtdog-

Harris with the above home. or you may flag him : cieties. And in many other institu.. nized is the fact that the. boy of 18
dowx .
*n appreciate this any afternoon ,as he passes the tions the efforts of the faculty to in- or 19 has merely advanced frem savagery
fact. "
The Bible Study classes are well University in "His, Cadillac.We ---- -- -- ---- terfere with student activities, such aa! to the next stage of d \4lap-\
take space right here to sug- hazing freshmen farming secret or- ,ment, which is barbarism. A typical
--------- J. W. McCOLLUM & CO. ganizations, and making American university which iS dominated
-- ---- merry in gen-,
DRUGGISTSThe eral have resulted in a state of more:'' by the students and not by the
Rexall Store or less strain 1' faculty, is a typical barbarism.

I SPORTING I Agents for On the whole, the professors seem, Thus all barbarisms go in for elaborate -
GOODS I Gainesville Liggetts and Norris Candies to be losing out. They used to inveigh organizations. The l loose t$hal

Florida against dances and against athletics organizations of savages is supef&od-

Foot Ball BaseBaJl. Lawn Tennis I but now the social and athletic ed by a complex hierarchy'of powfeH,

FLORIDA BARBER SHOP life of most colleges goes on ranging frem the head shaman and
Hardware of all Kinds. t
without any reproach from the facul- medicine men down to the 'conimom
I For Students and Others ties. The authorities have capitulated warriors., Each,of these;. 'graces is

THE THOMAS COMPANY I IJ' Shaves 20c. Haircuts 35c. partly because they had to do so, ,; highly organized in a secret and mysterious

I West Side Square Gainesville and partly because they found that I fashion, and Is highly jealous

Phone 22 t athletics, especially, were an excel-. of its own rights or of its superiors.
tt lent advertisement and thereby a helpin i Among all barbaric people there are
t getting more students and in build- innumerable taboos. The same is true

GAINESVILLE ELEG ing up the colleges. Fraternities now of all our best colleges The barbarism

. -------- flourish in most colleges without restraint may not eat this, nor, touch that,
----d and the ancient and honorable I I ror do the other. So the young midshipman -

1R1.GA SUPPLLYCOPNY practice of hazing, although it is always : may nent be seen. ,on the
F t the subjict of criticism and l street carrying a suitcase,or fa package
!1111))) UPPLIES ND ACCESSORIES pur ishment. is by no means extinc in a certain southern collelge the
I I The professors are really bound to students may sot be seen with certain
lost out in the long run, because the village maidens supposed not t>

GOODYEAR and AJAX t students will not attend a coll0 s be of the highest social status, and in

TIRES AND TUBES FLASHLIGHTS where the most exciting and inter' '?- many colleges a.freshman dare not ap-
SAVE-SERVE-SATISFY t ing of activities are curtailed. The pear in public with a hat on. The taboos -
II average college president wants to both of college boys and of barbarians -
I UMP SHADES make his institution an austere and elsewhere, are strange and

Gainesville Auto Supply Company t dignified strongHold of scholarship, many. The one difficullt thirig that
When you need anything electrical but he also wants to get as many the aspiring freshman alway J learnsis

t i. drop in and see us. students insist on taping where the complicated list of things that

--- 512 East.Main Street Telephone 122Crosset they can have a good time. Hence the are "bad form." Bad ,form''me&nsjtn
-- president and his fellow faculty mem- college exactly what taboo doe in the

...................... bers find themselves between the devil life of barbaric tribeS. -Miami Metropolis -
of student barbarism and the deep 1 .

I blue sea of oblivion, and the bettingis

GREENLEAF& CROSBY Shoes generally on the devil. FRANKLIN; CLUB.
a Professors and Students Differ.

for Quality" To a man who spent four years in Last Friday night the Franklin

Priced on the lowest markeat two colleges, visited various others, club held their usual meeting. Those
Diamonds Fine and belonged to beth a national and present were delightfully entertained
: Jewelry, China Cut
Glass and Silverware local fraternity, it looks as theugh by Commander Holmes, U. S. N., who t
this lamentable conflict between the gave an interesting talk on 'his experiences -
104 West Bay Street Jacksonville, Fla. The United Shoe professors and the students is due to as an engineer in the navy.

Selection Packages Sent on Request a fundamental difference of viewpoint.A He also told of the great power plants
Class Pine college or university is theoretically which each battleship of the navy
Rings, Medals, Trophies.
Store a place to study. The student la possesses. His Address was enjoyed
4 supposed to come there because he by all. Other matters were brought

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net in regular session December 4. SMOKER MONDAY, 13TH ON KISSING. I
It was brought to the attention of :!
usu; result of two
; the society that the "rats" of Farr The Society held a unique meet- Kissing is
Literary Society questioned the debating ing in that no rats were present. faces coming together. The best.formsare !
s I! superiority of John Marshall About 20 members from the upper' generally given in front of the

; "rate," whereupon it was moved and classes turned out. hous where the big tree casts the its 1 HENRY GIDDENS CLOTHING CO
public form is
unanimously carried that efforts be The debating cup now in possession shadow. The most
I made to secure a test of the relative of the society was brought out. Thisis kissing of a baby when one wishes !:
!' : forensic strength and argumentative of interest! to all new men, and the the fact to be known that there is a 1
ability of the rats of the two societies. cup may be seen at the next meet- great love for children. fim
t ,! A challenge from John Marshall ing.The Kisses used to be given rather kiss. m| Solicits the business of College men, guarantee
the first
rats will immediately be sent. "rat" lawyers have challengedthe awkwardly-especially
I .Mr. Lohmeyer delivered an interesting "rats" of the Farr Literary So- Everyone now knows how or he is jjj correct styles, high grade quality and workman.. !- J
I and instructive talk upon the ciety to a debate. This matter was branded as a highbrow. By this I If" TT
jurisdiction of Florida Courts. discussed. The proposition will undoubtedly I mean he does not attend the movies.

I}. I There followed a debate upon the be accepted. Further ar- There are several kinds of kisses. | KNOX HATS, STETSON HATS,
i question: "Resolved, That the entire rangement of details will occur next There is the kind the husband giveshis
.f I amount set aside by the Budget for Monday night. H. M. Friedlanderand wife after he has wiped his mouth | HANAN SHOES,
'f. i : debating be used for intercollegiate R. B. Hoskins gave readings for with the breakfast napkin. This is
for the affirma the last short, hurried and apparently gives ROGER PEET KUPPENHEIMER d.I
debates. ;Decision program.. ktnd I i ,
: !, tive. I A smoker has been arranged lor I no enjoyment. There is the 01 a
't-{ An interesting debate is scheduled[ next Monday night. Every man in kiss the maiden aunt puts on the back I and SOCIETY BRAND CLOTHES
\ I. for the meeting ember 11th. at t; I the Arts and Science College is welcomed of a baby's neck-given rather sel- TiP.
I I'' 10 a. m. "Resolved, That Bolshevism -, and is urged to come over to fishly, I think, because the baby manifestly x
f I' is inherently dangerous to World Language Hall at 7:15 p. m. A short does not like it. Then there is I HENRY GIDDENS CLOTHING CO
.' Civilization." program and some snappy music will the kiss a girl gives to her friend ,
r I j I Visitors are always welcome. .... be given. There will be plenty of cigars when they turn their separate ways s.
I cigarettes and after-dinner and there are two boys looking on. S Giddens Building The Clofi Q
i Ain't It Sot mints to pass around. You are at Most people look forward to, or ; Franklin at Lafayette Phoned pert

i I led a wild life, perfect liberty to smoke during the look backward on, the kiss given after Tampa, Florida
.. Earned all I spent. whole time. a declaration of love. This mayor I I toe
Paid all I borrowed, The smoker will not take much may not be the first lover's kiss. It is rtwIt
Lost an I lent. time, and will break up early. Everyman generally known as the soul varietyand h
be sure to come. We want a as a usual thing is very long.It I
r and get-together meef- of spreading I :
I once loved a woman, good "pep" is a very potent means
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came an ; germs. scientists, $'RIZhfifi: t t t!fififififi! :!fififi! !fiYiYi! Y;
I Get a good dog, but, because of this reason, !
He'll be your friend.SERIOUS K. A. RAT DANCE. doctors and old women who think the I I EVERYTHING ELECTRICAL See Vidal) Drug Compdl

I world Is growing worse are extremeW .r For Drugs, Stationery, T
I I ,: ACCIDENTS: I Last Friday evening the "rats" of set against it. JOS. J. SEYKORA Articles, Candies :
he K. A. fraternity gave their annual Kissing is probably a practice that r
I"" : 'Green-Serious Explosion-the win( 'all dance. The Elks club was deco- will never go out of use by the young Phone 167 Gainesville Florida j Souvenir Cards, Wateraaai i sMear

;, blew up University avenue. ated in the colors of the fraternitywith and rising generation.-Sadie Oiler- 1
I ; Pete Harris falls asleep, is unconscious the latticework effect above and ton.-White and Blue. - -- -- -"'axnc

: ; eight hours. i the windows draped in crimson and I .... .... -- -- -- -- 'WI .1 n
Regero-A terrible smash-up; two gold, set off by a canopy of streamers. JAZZ. a
i : streets run together. streamers. An awful tintinabllationAn I I Popular Goods at Popular Prices #
:. : P. Harris-Girl in Tampa kills 20- Delicious refreshments were servedat audible hallucinationA I
1 .; I 000. Use Fenole. midnight and the dancing continued noise like nothing in creation
1 -. j Burton-Once I fell in love. My until a late hour. -That is jazz. I t

i /. .. ;'t.Wi" .. heart was broken.ELECTRIC Visiting young ladies in Gainesville |I BURKHIM'SDO f
f' for' the dance. Misses Doris Newman Animated syncopation- ''I

; : SHOE REPAIR Catherine Murphy, Carroll Frink, Swaying, meaningless gyrationAn I-- -- __ __ __ -.__ _ .I t
; r Mouser\ Clementine Baker, Al-, I abon
Ethyl : excess perspirationThat -'! .
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H Jacksonville and Miss Dot Merriam' BUSINESS WITH
-- and Mildred Williams, of Palatka. snappiness of conversationA
.1' SHINE PARLOR The chaperones for the evening were: cheerful amiable sensation-- THE FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK
1 Dr. and Mrs Farr, Mr.: and Mrs.
A sort of hild intoxicationThat
I ): CHESNUT'SSHOE Black, Dr. and Mrs. Crow, Mrs. Ram- too, is jazz. "The New Million Dollar Bank" Resources Over $2,000,000

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:\ Cut off and that immejiateMy
1.1 Gainesville, 0t friends would stare
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