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Title: The Florida alligator
Alternate title: Summer school news
University of Florida summer gator
Summer gator
Alternate Title: Daily bulletin
Orange and blue daily bulletin
Orange and blue bulletin
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: December 17, 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>]
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 24, 1912)-v. 65, no. 74 (Jan. 31, 1973).
General Note: Summer issues also called: Summer school ed., <1915>-1920 and again in 1923; summer issues also called: Summer ed., <1921>.
General Note: Has occasional supplements.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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System ID: UF00028291:00305
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Preceded by: Orange and blue
Succeeded by: Independent Florida alligator

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j "PARTICUUR" AS i ADDS A BIG LOT "M-76." BALL ,MACASKET A REP FOR

He's the :guardian: of the campus, the .

TO LITERATURE ,,I I NEW AMMUNITION! defender of our home, 1 I EVENT TONIGHTOne GATOR 'ABILITY ;
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rather small of stature, and his I .
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d.h' From IJhrarv f'Rn. S+udn F1U'p and Other Warfare Stuff But when things are needing fixing, I j
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to ( of Bigce and Pest of all For-! ; This Years. Aggregation at
JVwfv Won'd Wither Read Police ht Here for Training-IJ. F. you will fird; him on the job, ida% Social ATairs Will Feature "- Work 'and Expects 'to'Make

Gazett than Some Others. I'. Ranks High in Military Circles. For he'* wide-awake and earnest, and Last! Night in GainesvilleOn Good Record on Schedule.
I believe me, he's no slob.

The AlHerator staff is desirous of A requisition has just been sub Friday night, December 17th, If the present work of Florida's
.rn a all In its cower to procure for ets flares, siemal torches etc., to bf:! He is a jolly-natured fellow, and he 'he Alpha Eta Chapter of the Pi basket ball cagers is indicative of
..t.denf tho Jnst! dsire!' It has been brought I" ....ed l in demonstration work and in the He always: tells them kindly, when ts annual Xmas ball. This event has ponents had better watch out fpr these:
. lie attenMon of the !star' that some; eft fae: "ti"al training of the battalion dur- they're making too much nose. been eagerly awaited by the dancinget colors. ',

would be made to secure for thee frcr th? confine spring. The Profeor But if they try to slip one over, they as for years it has proven one '. The .fen working out are beyond
of the university students th fJlACPlt1i"ps which i they most wi-h. Tt was p'ven everv assurance bv the inene.tnr For all the time he's seeing things social events of the year. The graV on. a .'GatoyFoprt. Her :there

t rears that the facrltv of the school that} this material would b.> detectives ought to know. I larch: will start at 9 p. m., aft0 nd everywhere -:-:they move po, fast
p !l11blm"bEod to a treat number of s.'nnJiod? if it cn ossiblv be obtain! which programs will be filled am1' hat it takes: one with an ea ie ey
Mv-atiors]; for the berefit of the A tentative plan is being laid for n =ifs name's become a by-word, he is'' dancing continued until 2 a. m. Tl" I -\ follow the.';novemtt. \l

,dents th,,t these magazines are Wf jrilitarv event or events on th" !known to one and all, f music will be furnished by llartzel'Orchestra jl Coach Kline is working the men out
"t in the library and are ar-e aiWe dav of the Hid School Meet at this He's here when we leave in the springtime j i from Orlando one of th very'afternoon -.ai H :' is fairfy wellpleased

,at any time, but they are not the type I j jmagazines I TTnVersity of Florida next spring<< here when we come in the fall V -t Jazz orchestra's in the State. with the results obtained at

ij that appeal to a great The' nHn are ,not sufficiently forme! A perennial exponent of justice, a There will be many fair visitors 'far. ..*- ..' -.- 1! ,J I
Janmbr., of the fellows.]] I I I to be discussed in detail but it is ex- staunch upholder of law, here in honor of the occasion. 'i Misses This. year Florida has: j at tough

We have gone Into this matter very eoted that there will be a military Is the good-humored bit of a man Mice Tucker. Jear Marr. Laura Haw- s-tiSHuIe( and; \ for .this. re a 'n the
carefully and have quest ii fed thttndent field meet demonstration firing aril) who goes by the name Hawkshaw! ins, Isabel 1 Brantlf y, Marie Turner"l "oach is drilling them so co$ atent1y.

assistants at the library to se- other forms of military activity.A f + i 4 + 'm(>ntine Baker Carrol Frink, Cor- "he team will make a road 'tHlp that
1 ere definite information. We have ------- elia :\"Murray.. Doris Newman. Jna sill carry them away from'\ .:cho"l'or

ascertained certain facts, and based SAT) AFFAIR. WIRELESS TELEGRAPHY AT THE : Stockton, Elizabeth Coit. Le Ell two weeks. A game is scheduledactcially

hn these discoveries we intend t,> Tenderly she laid the silent white UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDAHow 'one- and} Berha Snyder from Jack: every night and knowir:?
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fialce certain recommendations to the form hl''>sule those tha thad prone be orville; Miss; Hilda Griffin, Orlan'l* *';s the men are kt>epin'? "fit ttfc fig:: ".

!iicolty in regard to the purchase of fore. She made no outcry. She dM mary fellows know that ther. Miss Norma Gri' "n Kissimr-ee; battle. for Old FloridaSIDELIGIFTS: t I

tfce magazines. The magazines that not v..eaDu'b a moment was too is a wireless set in the Engineering A.ntonette Mullikan. Eustr; Miss Mi'' -
fe would advise be added to the subscription nrefious to be snent in idle tears. Building? Ired Powell. Lake City; Mi-s Mario COLT ESE ) i .

list will appear at the end But soon there came a time when How many know that stations in th? varen. Mad'on; Miss Bessie Alle l
.f this article, but we will first as evi- it seemed as if nature must have it' Philippine Islands, Italy. France ar'1 Orlando; Miss Myrtle Collins, New The university i ef South Vi rolin
Jdence of the necessity of these ads way. She raised her voice and cried Mexico have heard distinctly. Pi.l Korry; Mrs Florence Mathews: Stark -ecently swamped Newberry .(Allege

,tttions, give some facts that will prob- loud and long, and was ioined by others .ou know that music played in Wash- Mi s Dot Colburn, Lake City; Miss fo the tune of 400. More than twice

lt ritbty be of general interest and may whao' were neir. till their crie; ;ngton: and New York has been. hea"-J velyr Bisby, Jacksonville!: : Miss Irene as big: as our score when we jhlayedit'H j:
I chaps be a revelation to certain ofe echoed and re-echoed over the over the Wireless Telephone? I Ye1vuri "ton. Palatka; :\lisslari : Newberry.Furman. 1. "
faculty. grounds. All of these feats have been accomplished Teague. Sanfcrd; Mi-g Bessie Dew St. College recently c1 'sad one
I P ter .1urgess Katherine Leeks, of the most !surges ful ft- s< ,-
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During this last month there But sudderlv all was!' still. What by Leonard Todd. who is in : .
I11ls: as we understand, was from was was the use of itall? She would lay charge of the station and the q'ie Palatka; Miss Jessie' Gede. Orlando- sons:; in her h'spry. :,I Iwh'ch
a I Miss A'ma' Hart. T.mpa1. i Clara The University of Illinoi b P'1t\
.'ne call for the Atlantic Monthly.rl another egg tomorrow. ton: arises, "What will be the next : :
high school student. thin; to be heard?" Probably some Bloss. Or'andoIi.. .-s. Pot Merriam\ ban on the shimmy. t
this
During
I ;aIiss; thoriiQ Barns. Or- Nevada is holding a rife a in
_me period of time 337 for statements contained in the Congressional person talking around the world
Police Gazette requests Record, but then Hearst's offersa lando. and Miss" Barbara Kn:alit, of competition between th 4l cultyeen.
were recorded. The mortal stimulation that in manvrapes RANDOM RAT RAVINGS Tampa. ream: and the students is verj :t .
of Reviews '
.f.e two students asked was not for asked the Liter-for, is quite as palatable and bene "M-76." Misses Clyde Boring, Luclile Bor- Depanw has condemned "i4 K. crimfJoiu -
ficial. irg, Pokey Pri.Ter, Louise Beall, Do- inate class fighting," as a of
Digest for one issue. This speaks Lillian Glass, Lena Chaney, Lillian.J hazing.
It is claimed that the demands for
ell for the
high intellectual How's it growin'?
attain one- Slearon Crom, Martha Tiso-i. Cincinnati Media Col-
tVe Whiz Bang. Uncle BPlv's well University ( ;,
JrP'1 of some of our student body and liked all the de- Oh. 'bout a milimeter a century. Gladys Gracy, Alire Kramer, Mary lp t' "tArd to them hearty con atubtj"n 1"a"'er. outstripped! Say, lookut nrne: how's that for $
Lou Edna Earle Chesnut. EdWParker. 'I
!!. MAn'ls for the rest of the magazine ? Dell )-kefellpr General Education arrJ i
o< '('rorl hv the faculty. If this is true speedy propagation Marjory McDowell Mar11"Turphrec '-tp condition: of the gifts tn the f
';*n dart Gems was Au, go on. it looks like a peeled orion and Elise of th:' additional
r. asked for som" w* ate under the impression that the whiskers.Oh BLhop !iversitv raise an 400- 1
tires. This in part oTset the <*nltv "hould take steps to alter this growing 'ity. n0.) which will bring the end ent
'ha the Annals of the America _*pt. of affairs. boy, won't SHE have hear4 The chaperones for the evining w's F the Medical College up to tw .miJ-
C.. 'e failure. tho when she pipes that shi- Dr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mr: : : :1,
v of Political Science were i ihet ir : Crow on dol1 rs. ;\ : t
P.aed investigation '>
our woTtmmprd
and upon ink dome( ; ha! ha! 'ike Baie. Dean aid<< Mrs. H. R. Tru New Ycrk Ur.iver-ity w'l1hd.bat!
the
to faculty that the
!,'"t &: Decorations is reported ti 'ollowincr magazines be immediately Au, shut up the bald-headed rowon't '. 'r and Mr. and :Mr;:. K. H. Graham. the University of South Carolinalome:
be -
-'* a : vacant as long as you 'ime next spring. n
ache following the stu-
among
prpd and shelves
"* placed upon the :
around. Fact i is. block! is
':'Jfr. bat then it mint be taken intr the student demand for them beinhe your : s CAMPUS CAPERS. About 50 per cent of the s1u ent''
darted evacuated that flies
the have
noideration:, that each issue contain justification of this course: "M-76." of University: of California are
formed club
safety-first with the
a
.any beautiful pictures, and that The Police Gazette wholly or partially selfsuMportinsrch!
any of these pictures deal with that Hear::t'sCosmonolitan. motto: "Go slow on the curves and "It is rumored that11'. James* 'tln'c. Srhumann-Heink has ef| r 1.1Jr 1 : *

o.t teresting subject, Woman. wear chains to prevent skidding! Boyd, better knowri as "Jimmy, tha "n a University of California er't..r ..,.,; .
demands were recorded for the The Liberator. Rat." has o""ered: a fabulous rewar.1 orr e designed' for theJr instrcio)' -t
:. Edinburgh and Dublin Phil 1 Paris;enne.Snannv "A Tuscalo girl is suing her em- for any inforrration leading to the ':si teachers in public s-hlh*'i
.,' Magazine. or for the Con. ployer for $5,000 damages on accountof !etection and acquisition of a speedyhair -
Stories. a most peculiar accident. which t7 I
occurred sprout.Mr. Cusomer: "Bcwl .
R(cord, but some 500 re Smart Set. .
in the home where she is
employed '
two scrambled ** and 1f'w
egg, co -
trade for Stor- Jim Jam Hems
Snappy
were as a domestic. She was taking Hardee, it is said, has be--n f'er'ousl ':>read." -.
and approximately a similar numr Vanity Fair. her bath by the I kit{.hen and '
Mange s
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consitlering hidis
remodeling
) ExS.. A. T. C. We'te'n ; ,
fur the Comopolitan.: It is torretted Photo Play.Shadowland.. stepped out of the wash- "J1.
an, slippedon ;>ens>ar>- to conform to the latest the ir:'"d. twi! sCP'.o.!z, ; :
.. that more students do l a cake of soap on the floor, and aetdown business ideas namely, to introduce cup of reveiUThe "- ". :-=-:'""..:-.; 11
1 a' interest in the remarkable Whiz Bang. on the itove." the a la cafeteria rtvle of spry:. e 1... :: -
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?\ SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION OF examinations. This subst-r S &*
1. Graduates of public schools sue- trance
COLLEGES. AND SECONDARY ,teed much better in college than graduates (tiates the great nation-wide moment \(- .
3 SCHOOLS. of private schools and academies. for accrediting high schooU il fc
i i with the higher institutions of learn- THE MEN'S STORE to
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: Dr. A. A. Mttpkrcc, Preatteat of 2. Graduates of large high schools ations. te
.. t! i University\; of Florida, and Dr. Joe. succeed much better in college than Quite a high compliment was paid. t tI J a
I ; 1 eph Roeraer Professor of Secondary graduates of small high schools. the higher institutions of learning i. I i M. JOHNSON + + ClearwaiernM; t;
+! Education: in the University have'recently 3. Graduates from the high schoolsof the State of Florida when it war announced 1 t W. .
: I returned from the meeting of Florida succeed better in college from the floor of the Sot ti'- JWh
: the Southern Association of Colleges than the graduates of the high schoolsof I ern Commissior on Accredited: school t :r !' l-:I k Horn: : ByC:rne in and?? $&J2
and Secondary Schools, at Chattanooga any other State of the South. I that the records sent in from the I Stock of Gent's Furnish*
I Tenn It was, In a sense, a jubilee r 4. Failure of high school student' I institutions were the best of any received : Our Up-to-Date
: meeting celebrating ita twenty- to succeed in college is due, in from any of the other h gher Q
: t fifth anniversary.' to the poor work they receive in part'j institutions of the Southern States.: t 1 IA4
Among the numerous important school, and in part, to the The higher institutions of all th!
t things which occurred, space only permits of the colleges. Southern States are asked each year j-... ...-- -_ 4I
the mentioning of a few. It 5. The best way to choose or select to report on the satisfactoriness of ih
was announced from the floor of the'I, men for college work is by their i work done by the freshmen coming
f. E Southern Commission on Accredited four years' work in high school, rather ,j from the various high schools of thiJ ................+..o+. +04$,.
Schools that: than by the traditional college en- State. a

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straight Turkish cigarettes, expensive as they are.

''1! I The real reason is that straight Turkish cigarettes contain SPFFDIF'S PLACE
let much Turkish for
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.' part turn to part-Turkish or Turkish
'\ : f'' Blend cigarettes. And in a great many cases are disap II I University Students
) pointed. Why? Because: the ordinary Turkish Blend con.tains .
J j I. ; too httle Turkish-it lacks taste. Meet them there for Soft Drinks, Cigars, Tobaccos,

JI: No doubt this explains Fatima's popularity with discriminating J Candies, Stationery and Souvenir Cards .
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(gazing at volcano): "Looks Dora: k kisses m :
.. 9 'M.7&" ;ike hell, doesn't itJ"...._..., ._ __, lIe colors up to his ears." I I
s* Native: How those .. ,me p icans 1 .Flora ''-De8 me, do you rouge as '
t Here's to the 'Gators, the t hardfighting have. traveled!"-Harvard""<;Laniptriuf) ,; ..hJ< vvU i i,:*"c..aft.., ..&at''tiTHEBUNtTll .. ((I 0'

i #thceatk: j Ii Give- to'Gators each the, praise that's hio d1cThey've : ()<). ..... .., .., .. .-............ .
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won and they've lost, but hot v ., I.' ( I ; H...:' ) :::'::
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fought for the orange and .. ,
A Good Place the blue.They've ] o ..',I- ''' '' I. ; 'i "
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played the games quarely, o ,..,_...,., > :2' /
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00........94 G Ov aG 440....0t Each: mara put his all in the fray; Refresh+m3nt.Parlor J .: .
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to win and to never 'v JX-f''JJ.
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IK The A'achua' Restaurant To advance or die holding the way. 4 Complete Line of Fraternity Stationery.. .':'. ::;Z M'
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*' A They've been happy and cheery, alert, Candies:arKi:/Tahapcoes; Q.f all/, .jnds
FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN t\\ never weary, I O.:. .
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j Half a Block from Atlantic-Const Line Depot (( I IGainesvilleFlorid .Vhen win;.fate has decreed. they should !I o .'., Courtesy, Service and Strictly Sanitary i f .:.:.r;. .':' :

'1103 ill I n dtfea't'the' best losers .acc ptors. o .. <: 1'
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very knock that they'got"--spurre-! .. ...... .' ,.
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strewed the way that the 'Gator '
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While\ In Jacksonvillei game through; th6-1 ifi ;
Though you've won-ard you've lost Solicits the business of College men, guaranteeing !Ii

i TO I"r yet not counting the cost, ; I Hiin; correct'styles- grade quality and ,vorkm ,Iiip .m..
7ou have foughfeifpr the '
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\ (Soljen Brothers 3 t. "his Au is!don't hog it all, whatcha think I $ ROGER PEET, KUPPENHEIMER: .'-' il.

i HUNDRED DEPARTMENTS j Ease your elbow outa my ribs; will !. and SOCIETY BRAND CLOTHES.
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Bt1' Tt u.d Glass: Fitl((. Shoot th' grease! I *
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Table arms. Couldn't hear what : .
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We Do Our O\\i. Lens GrindingNo I'm ext on th' grits. I Franklin at Lafayette' Phone 2276 ,
Hty, throw me a sinker. Jn MV.Tampa: : FloridaIfiffiffiffiffiHSXlfiKffiSffilfiffiffi .
+ CFleyO.H.Ooles Lemme git in that. .' .
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;;n the first round. I'm sure gonna I L
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Hardware of all Kinds. ." .. ..
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II! IL Herbert G. Fotl Editor in chiefI ..
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and best
the largest
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i. F. 0. Rppaln. m 9 mmm**';e +aHo* .e.t. >iP Fdltori -Laa_ ui 1 11 A. N. Sollec. Day. Mgr. Cloth'We are Makers in the World that our Retail
It. 1 --;* ROY B. >HoskhsfH ctrGolWai;Ji ai.old 'Slott, Riport !sA I Prices are in line,and even lower than
:. ..,' RieHard Xmi._ht ,-_-._ ---.----'. Soetety Editoi : -==,- ,..- prices for months some time to come.
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'\ ;'. "' '!. r DEPARTMENT "rE' Just ArrivedSpecial & Marx Finest Suits .
Schaffner
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[ ..;. B. '0.. Smith Competitor
r I! t. A.T. Moore_ ._.__.... __ Pressman Brown, Blue or Gray Worsted. These are All Wool-Hand Tailored and Cove .
Former Prices S50 to $75 t
r ''''Entered weoBdelaas 12 post1dolAca vlaue I Every suit--
M natter. September 28, Regular $65 L.-I-
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i i at Gftiaerrin, Fla, ofcder the Aofc of March 3d, 1879.
i :"f Place. all comraunlcations" and news items In boxes designated'! for that for $40 y;

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A' The Alligator wishes to comment upon the excellent sniritprenuine'X a"Thc, Best Tailor I In Towa'1 11 ,

I.J : stor Spirit=:shown ''by the "men who were so unfortun- Y;! Yi! $! :'
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ate as(obe implicated in the hair-cuttins incident, and who were I .t. !fifi..! !fi! !fi!: 'JiYYYi_;
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.j !" indofnitelv suspended from the University last week. It is common I How Long Has It Been =

I I u.! knowledge on the Campus. and should be known far an since you 1 last treated yourself I I
wide. that after the Student BoJy meeting last Saturday after.. to a Juicy Porterhouse

I .H: noon these men formulated an organization to be known as th" French Fried Potatoes, HDb31: Ei113bL
': "Forty-five''ClUb IpJedgh1g"their'unlimited support to the Univerpity .
I !':: done up as you like it?
''I\nqgivjn: every evidence of an avowed purpose to worJ-
I -c. for "A Greater Florida." This is our Special University "TOP 0'IHETOWN"Largest

S. This example might well)) be followed by a small number, w,* Combination, with a Sqecial) '
j !. are glad to 'hCf;students pn the Campus, who cannot seem to Price to Students.MolNARS All! Year Round H )tel
.a realize that the Faculty Committee on Discipline acted as thei!' : In StateTsn'pd
t: conscience dictated and rendered justice i iI
as they saw it. If may ;
I h. be possible that the hair-cutt;ngincident did not warrant such a DINING B M

wholesale gpe1)8iorthe writer remains convinced that a moun Yi 'R Sf! j_ .... Florida___
ta'n was wa'le of a !'olehill-yet we are all agreed that hazing ''- .' ": ...4.4
on thy Campus; of the'University of Florida Js.a thing of the past.
i f s.. How can we better give evidence of that faith than by standinr:
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:'s themselves? So all together, Fellows, let's give a "Long 'Gator"' Foot Ball

I ,1 for FLORIDA! TRIG S"oes, Uniforms and Supplies,

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1 I Baird Hardware Co. Base Ball I Ij
I ** Irs"1a helluva thing U have itt

Happen just when you're needed most j SPORTING GOODS COMPANY j Gloves, Mitts, Shoes and Supplies,
*:S A broken leg or arm or head, :
.9 And back to the bench you coast. KODAKSCUTLERY Tennis
FlASHLIGHTS
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Rackets, Balls and Supplies,
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k g'.it.10t Wiener 7 Gainesville
i t real bad, Fla I LAMP SHADES Bicycles

I But it.don't.make a bit of "diff,". ,
"* YoU'mfght ;atf well lake' It I easy' ,'for H I __ Repairing and Supplies.

I Your. broken branch's? now: getting NORAH i When you need anything electrical -
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stiff. I ), drop in and see us B. LILIBNBLUM {

; i [512; East Main Street Telephone 123LJ.S.BODIFORD
ART and GIFT SHOP
I Who cares for the fellow that's all

; I i -busted up?" j, r ,Maker of gJctura Frames
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There's nothing about him that calls -.. .
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He lost all that stuff with the fall. & COMPANY

t I < :;Gainesville'" 'Ifa('the Graham Hotel. Florida Yon Can Lead a Cork to Water but
f s.DRUGGISTS .
I Now looka' hear, friends, I
You Cannot Make it Sink
I is: When! you give your cheers, iG THC SHOE REPAIR' I! J. W. McCOLLTTM & CO.

Don't stop with the man of the day; :.'. j DRUGGISTSThe
I ':> But give one for valor, for tboe fcEPARTilENTPARLOR : Rexall Store Don't let this suit value we are going to tell
: twisted limbs,
I I Agents for about float on imagination but let it
you your on
They're the fellows who have to pay.H. Liggetts and Norris Candies
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I B. K. M' t 1 UL'glliNE Gainesville Florida sink in your mind until you find out that seeing

t I't I It I Stricken Freshman (to pretty co. CHNIJT ; 'S SSiHOE l'LORIB- RBER SHOP is believing. Absent treatment wont get you one

\ ed): "You are the breath of my life, For Students and Others
of these all wool Kis bail 'i flannel suits i n
Can>lire.MBlushing f. Shaves
20c. Haircuts 33c.
II '. co-ed: "Oh, really? They : ; STOREHOES West Side Square Gainesville either single or doubt lr s.ed style' at $25

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\t I s : "What makes your cat so small" ; Everything: In Groceries
"Oh/I 1Jro.bgliC'bim: up on condensedmilk.iD. Satisfaction Guaranteed : For Goodness Sake DrinkDORSEY'S I Bjmctt The Clothier

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I one throws a handful of wheat which
Don't! fail to see our selected lines of Pennants and Bann- I: I hundred celebrations years of ago three charm or four us baa been brought for the purpose on]

ri:, of .i'r, ,:,i i Is:; F; i -; .; > .j,.S.at .la j.-y and candies; Xmas ;I jollity.with their The quaint English and always simple It, another as the chops tree must it down fall toward very carefully the An

p ,"cas;('., ':".1r, '1'1', | ci- aretts; Fancy Gift Books;Eversharp remembered everyone from east Just as the sun god rises. It !is
their neighbors down to then rat into two or three pieces. The
[\ ilCl1s; Fountain l Pens; and many other suitable articles for their servants. "In the first chip that falls Is brought borne .
country an English gentle- as particularly: precious. .
Y'n.ls Gifts _. man_ always Invited r+{ .
his
..:'r. tenants neighbors and Then the logs are taken home, onto
to hlv great hall at daybreak each side of the door. The mother HONEST
on
MILLER'S Christmas morning. There they breaks on the longer log a small wheat
were
regaled upon toast, sugar, nutmeg cake of unleavened flour, called
poga-
and good old Cheshire cheese."
t The! house was decked with cha.The I
other Ivy and day passes in preparation for

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title
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I genera English; t custom. new woolen gloves, brings in the log

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5 Sales Agents For !yj I

,HIh.uMMWW1IM/.. 1'b I j ==.. *yn j 1 Berkey and Gay Furniture, Globe Wernicke Sectional Book I Plainly told.
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= Phonoprasrph, Napanee Kitchen i Every cent
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"nnmimmaniuuu : = 11 Cabinets, Belding Hall Refrigerators Aerolux Pore I ifi g .
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s:= Shades, Premo-Eclipse Gas Ranges, Domestic Science
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1JL. Pipe. Our own specially seasoned and carefully selected Glassware Window Shades Awnings. working ,
French briar makes it so. Add to this the supercraftsmanship I
of the Demuth workers, and you'll not wonder that we To"the limit ._.' 4r
claim pre-eminence in the quality of our pipes. Ask any I_ *CT j3fljffl CTaffiI Jt jVtJUt ;\
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Improved Farms ofallsites
4 All sorts of City PropertyAt Mj ( !
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Buyers should consult them before making a j Ground Floor P1ttfte tV
choice of property i

DORAN'S 'BICYCLE SHOPEast Office opposite A.C. L, Depot Pboc H.. : ;..

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:: .. .. (By "Ball") '"breakfast Then I knew that tlu )I Ii I j it all to "concentration.= propped my
< -: i world had gone wrong. I door with a Aair'to-serre a*'a garrison -

I "Profound is the power of concentration But truly the night had elapsed. Be- I j to bar Mrs.:-Peeler ard th*: washwoman ELI WITT CIGAR CO.
therefore exercise and cultivate yond the campus pines the sun, shining i;i| and mounted my faithful old
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: that noble faculty," the phycho- like a newly polished brass door !:! steed (bed) and hurriedly rode away
knob, had ascended inch contented to let the
least nearly an i I into dreamland CIGARS"That's
e logist tells usat our props. .
t t do, who teach that science. And I above the horizon. Down the stairs rest of the world go by.-Cpqtiibuted.t .
I'; ?:, wholly agree with. them that concentration and out of the hall a few half dressed t f My Business"Tampa

'j 1 is powerful, although I re-: fellows, who had been fortunate er.uf i I I The Sunday Slumber Society;hereby Forida
I in time ,
wake for breakkfast.
to stam-
: member bu once that I ever concen (I wishes to go on record as being unanimously -
t t. trated. If I bad'only-known, I would<<.lJ peded" in the direction of the "meoJ in favor of Mrs. Peeler Tampa: Nugget Hav'a Tampa
hall.
t, have never concentrated, for I would :. 'indefinitely suspending" her domes*i ic
i t have been shy and supertitious, like I was sad; a whole night's sleep operations on the Day of Rest. s .

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The toward establishing
i" elf..shou1d'I:credit, but powers without greatest step
esteemvk. .. pre-war prices that has been taken In
I .me .. '__
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.!-I There came a jar a ,
t massive thunderbolt and every nerve
in me violently jerked. For a moment MichaelSternSuitsStvles
!t I had absolutely no perception of mv
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i surroundings. I soon, however, came Stvles for Clothes of
i1! t to my right state of mind, after tick- CollegeMen 36.50 Tuperb
:. ling myself in the ribs with my bayonet Tail or in
: for a while to make sure that I I g

was as I were. Now We Announce25 per cent Oft. enJ.
t Before the leaf of ;
me volume of* over-a thousand pages, I B. STETSON HAT : $00
I beheld "The EndD. This' seemed
queer, for as I remembered I had be- J B. Stetson f L J.B. Stebon. .
t gun the volume not seemingly more $10.00 Hats 3 7".. 5 -:' 12.00 Hats 0'
than an hour before, and what was
I more puzzling the dial of my clock "TKe Store Accommodating"
registered 6:30 o'k' lock. Again I '""
t hunched myself in the slats, thinking O c'
surely that I was "seeing thing! I _

i had directly disagreed with my clock C2J:::
i and was about to cfaange its setting, the< heart of Jacksonville'"
when I heard an alarm clock go off The Store for Men
in a room over my-head. I heard a We Fill Orders by Mail
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the White House Dining Room, may .
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'J delicious food on the market.
x x Everything: Men and
!sI Boys Wear
; Table d'Hote meals, $1.00. Parties
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