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Title: The Florida alligator
Alternate title: Summer school news
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Summer gator
Alternate Title: Daily bulletin
Orange and blue daily bulletin
Orange and blue bulletin
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Physical Description: v. : ; 32-59 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: the students of the University of Florida
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: January 7, 1921
Publication Date: 1912-1973
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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.
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"FOR A GP EATER FLO RIDA"

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Vo]. IX. UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA, GAINESVILLE, FRIDAY, JANUARX 7 1921 No. 13

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MANY MEMBERS STUDENTS WILL 1921 FOOTBALL HORNE CAMPUSTENNIS SETTLE DEBATE


"48 CLUB" IN BUILD RUNNINGTRACK CHAMP QUESTIONG FOR



TOWN STUDYING FOR "U" SCHEDULE "F"The SINCE TOURNEY I THE TRIANGULAR


"'Kesolvrd. That Smith Towner Bill
1921 football schedule as givenout OfT
Fel! 'ws Who Were Suspended For University of Florida Will Have Defeated. B. Knight In Fina Should Be Adopted, Is Subject
to the public last Thursday is a
Becoming Impromptu Barbers Are Cinder Track So That Track Activities strenuous one and will keep the Hotly fought contest: Just J ) bate with S. C. and Tenn.E .

Showing Proer Spirit and KeepingUp Will Be Put On Upward 'Gators on the hop the whole season. I the Holidays, b-4, 4.6, 64. -
TOPIC BE ARGUED
Work. ,
Trend. Several of the teams will clash horns I II STATE
TENNIS CLUB WILL GET WITH LOUISIANA
with Coach Kline's warriors for the
members of the "FortyEight" I GAMES: WITH OTHER U'S" '
Many MAJOR WARD TELLS MEN
first time, and a few of our old time with Emory Col-
Planning Debate
for
club that organizationof
SOMETHING MUST BE DONE
rivals have been dropped because of
One
unfortunates who seized the "un- ; Try for Schedule of Games at Early lege-This Will Necessitate
I| an inability to agree on the same Held
and Prof. Beck Be Team-Trj outs Be ,
Date Major More
moment" to their -
try
psychological I
I "No Reason Why We Shouldn't Have date. Those who are still on the card
hands at the barber trade at the ex ; As Good Athletes As Any PlaceIn Asked to Serve as Coaches. Soon.
are, Stetson, Mercer, and dglethorpe, the SmithTownerBill
pense of the campus rodents are the South," He Tells the I while negotiations have been resumed "Resolved-That will te the
showing the real "Florida Spirit" by' By defeating M. B. Knight in the Should be Adopted, :
I Battalion. with Tennessee and Alabama after a and
returning to Gainesville after the holi- finals of the tennis tournament heldon subject of both the Triangular
lapse of five years, and with South debates this the
days and keeping up with their work Track activities will "pick up" at Carolina after two Those the University courts the week be- Louisiana State year ratified

out of school so that they will be the University of Florida this yearas who have never before years.felt the bite for Christmas vacation, J. O. Horne Florida debating council having Tennessee -
by -
take the reins where '24, established himself as tennis this topic as suggested
to
result of recent movement
prepared up a a
of 'Gator the U. S.
a are, Infantry and submitted it to the Louis-
they left off provided their applica- adopted by the Student Body to volunteer School at Columbus Ga. Howard champ of the campus. Home won ,
re-instatement his match 6-4, 4-6, 6-4, with apparent iana council for adoption. as the ques-
tions for are honoredat labor for the building of a
Mississippi
College of Birmingham, and 'in of that contest.
the beginning of the second semes- first class cinder running track. I State College. .' 1 I ease. although Knight succeeded tion
: taking the majority from him in the The program for this year is by far
With each the volunteering -
man on
ter.The campus The first three games on the schedule middle set. Home trimmed Gohen, the biggest that has ever been at-
certificates of work accord-
dismissal
from one hour of ,
are comparatively easy and then Clotham and Robbins in the preliminaries tempted at the University. All thatis
the University called for an indefinite ing to Lieutenant Atkinson's plan
we hit Tennessee, who handed us a meeting M. B. Knight in the needed to make a aomplete. successand
suspersion, with the provision that and a loan of several wagons from _, .
24 to 0 trouncing in Tampa in 1916. closing clash of the tourney. assure its permanency, is actt.e
the men might file petition for re-in- the university, it will be an easy mat-
Next is Howard, small, but a strong I Attention is called to the fact that support by the..Student Body. T vs
-taten'ent at the beginning of the sec- ter to provide a good track in a remarkably contender then the hardest .1
m
comes
; increased :interest is being shown on Debating Council expect every
o!!C sPr*ester ard in order to do this short time.
half of the season with South Carolina the Thirty-five students en- who is interested in debating to tryo 't

many of the men who were on the list The plan was put to the cadet bat- Alabama, Mississippi College, tered campus.the recent tournament, and con- for the intercollegiateteams..
of fortyeight are in Gainesville and talion by Major: Ward last Tuesdayand
and Oglethoipe in order. The last sidering the fact that this is the second At the next meeting of the Debating
harder at work on their books than if a show of hands was called for on
times we met the Gamecocks we came event of its kind ever held at the Council the dates for the In-

they had never been given their involuntary .:-,.1'I Thursday, when a hearty responsewas 1 l, out on the big end of a 13 to 0 score University, this is deemed a remark- ter-Society debates will be settl! J a-d

vacations. [ received from the battalion, insuring in 1919. In 1916 Alabama handed ably good showing. The splendid will be made known in nex+ wt *
'i
Shortly after the unfortunate incident of labor for putting the I I
plenty
us the first, defeat we had ever suffered showing made by the players and the Alligator. The rivalry ths
. which is new looked track in shape. The plan is to excavate '
, upon as a on Fleming Field when they strong competition which featured the expected to be unusual'
t1.j..,! n# the '>'''It with no hard feel- a six inch course around the ath- beat us 16 to 0, and,-ssssshh,-last, tournament are indicative of a strong he Fair Literary Society h ...

.r< ire TV-JV or the other. accordirth *- '"+ic field and fill it with cinders, Thanksgiving the Stormy Petrals tennis, team for Florida in the near won the cup for two years !Jrf'' tea a
<- enrral] sentiment expressed b* "hich will be spread and tamped by per
walloped us, as all men know, 21 toa future. nounced itself.as leinr.s'"ft.
rats and old men alike those who 'he student volunteer laborers. will i\e! U
which
frightfu! zero. So we have a large Among those trying out for the third victory r :
were the volunteer barber :Major Ward made an interestingtalk .*.*-
among aggregation field for blood and sweet revenge on team are: Horne, Cohen, Clotham Faculty Cup the permanent .
met and organized what to the battalion Tuesday in ap- the 1921 schedule. Let's all start now Robbins. Knight, Tan, Fleming, Klock, of the society. It is rur>oT"''

shall go down in the annals of student pealing to the students to get behind and work hard to CLEAN UP! Ward and many others. Recently the campus that the John Mar-ha 1 f'
life at the the the movement for better track activi- to f1
university "Forty Here it is: tennis club had its first meeting and bating Society is opposed!
Eight" club. its being it'' ties. Although definite date fey ti*. '
purpose Football Schedule dher. itv Of a
: &j elected officers. The drawing up ei
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seems to commemorate the biggest of "There is no reason in the world Florida, 1921. i pToei-am for the year was a feature out has not been annour ced .

. boneheads ever pulled on the campus. why the University of Florida should October 1-United States Iniantry I or the meeting and it is the hope of be held in the near f'it'-e -

os one of its members expressed it, the not turn out as good athletes as any School, Columbus, Ga. the club that games with other colleges within the next two wreks, 1

. removal of verdant decorations from school in the south," he said. "We October 8-Stetson University, De- can be scheduled in the near fu able material on the s-V

th roof gardens of half a hundred new I, had a good track team last year. but Land, Fla.October. ture. The club expects to enlist the gathered together aid w'll'1' .b -,

students, for which they "got theirs/' there wasn't enough of it, and with a 15-Mercer University. aid of Major Ward and Professor on the reserve shelf in!h" .' .

One of the features of the organiza- good track provided, this year there Gainesville, Fla. Beck as coaches. Library for the use-of th_

zation is the fact that every memberis should be a decided improvement."The October 22-University of Ten- With arrangements for unlimited coming out for the t:y >

an officer, with Bill Bivens as the student body has got to get nessee, Knoxville, Tenn. supplies. improved courts and other intercollegiate teams wil! t'
prize forty-eighter. behind athletics in the proper spirit one will go to Kroxville. Ten ,
October 29-Howard College, Do- facilities that have been supplied, it
The here, and when they do, we will havea to Columbia, S. C., ard.the t1? ;"id
sign of the order is a coiled than, Ala.November. is believed that this year should bea
belt with a pair of shears opened in' good track team, a good baseball 5-University of South banner one for tennis in the Uni- Baton Rouge, La.

front of it. The team, and good tennis and football it is that ten Plans are being completed ian >
colors
are black and Carolina, Tampa, Fla. versity and hoped every
Mue and the motto-well, that wasn'triven teams. And that is when athletics at November University of Ala ni; player will lend his aid toward intercollegiate debate *h 5 "
of Florida will be with Emory. Florida will rob
on t-maybe it's "No Ratation the University on bama, Tuscaloosa, Ala. I making it such.'
the ." send a team to that univer .ty
"rit.O' up-grade.
S"snension," but this has November 19-Mississippi State "'
and next the returr d%:
year year
-c been verified. College. Jacksonville, Fla. Dr. James Madison Chapman Pro-
will take place here.
There is every kind of an officer in COMMUNITY SERVICE MEETS l November Oijlethorpe Jnhrer"sity fessor of Oratory and Public Speaking -

the organization from president to Gainesville, Fla. arrived in Gainesville on Fri-
Among the recent arrival;; on th '
flower day of last week, well and hearty as
girl-in fact the club almostran
campus is C. W. Nelson. Mr. Ne
The Gainesville Community Service SIDELIGHTS" usual. At Chapel Wednesday Dr. -
out of titles to fit all their offi- "COLLEGE 'son is a former Florida man, and h l'
pps but by making large executive Association met yesterday afternoonin Chapman renewed old acquaintances resigned the position of Welfare n-" t

''o-mittees' etc.. etc., giving many the Elks' Club. In the absence of 1. Georgia Tech: The attendance with the students by giving Moo- ialist for the Seventh Naval Distrisi !

: mbers seats in these W. W. Hampton, Jr., chairman, Dr. records to Georgia Tech. football Cow-Moo. Next week's Alligator .
groups, at Key West, Fla. to resume his are
nou-h offices were provided to "go George Waldo presided at the meet- game was broken this year. A total will contain detailed information as ies in the Agricultural college.

-ound." ing. Mr. Dual, executive secretary, of 60,300: people witnessed the home to the work in public speaking that

sent here by the national organization games. wlil l be offered for the coming -.-?ar. Dr. Chapman of Moo' fame, arrived

. I addressed the gathering, telling 2. University of Nevada's football I ;in Gainesville on Friday of last week,
of the work of the organization.Dr. team jounreyed to the Hawaiian If a fellow fr'ts to kiss a .. usual. Next
ale
and hearty
Among the recent arrivals of the as i
I Waldo announced the appoint- Islands to play the University of and gets awa with it, he's' : will
Campus, we note the presence of "t>ks issue of the Alligator con- t
committees Hawaii Christmas Day. The Nevada if he tries and ocsn't get aw: r
!Mr. C. M. Nleson. Mr. Nelson, a for- ment of the following : I on some particulars in ret a T.t no

mer U. of F. man, has resigned his On recreational needs of Gainesville, team i is the first mainland teamto it, he's a brute; if he doesn't fork here in the University t

Position of Welfare Specialist of the Mrs. Arthur Guy, chairman; Mrs. W.M. ever play on the islands. I. kiss her, but would get away' *

Seventh Naval District, Key West, Pepper, Mrs. J. D. Stringfellow, 3. The University of Kansas has if he tried, he's a coward; and if n., TORY BOOKS FOR CHILDREN +

to resume his course in agricultural Messrs. F. W. Bucholz, T. L. Green, a girl's rifle class which has developed doesn't try to kiss her he wouldn'tget A carefully selected collection of

education.Mr. I W. R. Thomas, M. M. Parrish, Rev. some crack shots. away with it if he did, he's a wise story books for children from the first

George White and Dr.George Waldo.On 4. Out of the hundred and seven man. Selected. to' the eighth grades, has been purchased -

Archibald Robertson, a former permanent organization, Judge B. faculty members at Ohio Wesleyan and selections from this 1i twill

student and instructor at the Uni- D. Biers chairman; J. C. Adkins, there are forty who wear the Phi FIREMAN SUSTAINS be lent to teachers upon request,

.IV versity, spent a few days in Gainesville \V. M. Pepper, Mrs. Wilmon Newell, Beta Kappa key and eleven whose BROKEN HIP by the General Extension Division of

James, as the guest of Dr and :\lrs'1 and Mrs. S. D. Rice. On nominations, names are given in "Who's Who In While sliding down the pole in the -University of Florida. Te ehe*s

M. Farr. Mr. Robertson completed \\". W. Hampton, Jr., chairman; Mrs. America." fire station this afternoon, to answer are urged to avail themselves of thin

his A. B. and A. M. at Florida Finley Cannon, Mrs. Glover Taylor 5. Ohio and Pennsylvania lead in the fire call from box 46, Fireman opportunity to get the best stories to

and Harvard.is now taking graduate work at Mrs. J. F. Morgan and J. E. Vaugr having the greatest! number of colleges Charlie Caners, the efficient driver of tell the children since good stories

i Other Florida men now at The next meeting of the organiza each having seventeen. one of the trucks lost his hold on the build character and story telling i

Daniels Harvard are H. R. DeBilva, Bill Mon will be held the first part of nex nnl and fell to the cement below. especially important In the smallersehools

and Ralph Binford. week. (Continued on Page e.) breaking. his hip in two. places. where no library is arafUbi

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I EXACTLY SO Mary\ had a little pair "That dame is fast. Sound Advice

\ Of stockings silkly fine; He was a little lawyer man, "

Rat's definition of a hug: Energy She used to keep money there, Who meekly blushed while he began That"Yes,so she? made five laps in oneevening. Dear Editor-"I am in love
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1 to waist. A very thrifty sign. Her poor husband's will to scan.
gone "
Exchange. who
works
a homely girl for us,

Mother: "I think it's wonderful to One day a stitch the stocking He smiled while thinking of his fee, all boys imagine that she doesn't seem to care for me,
"Yes, Alfred,
inside like Then said her tenderly, girl with lots
have a limousine lighted dropped to they please as a pretty of i
as
will do just
.r 1 I that one of George's." MyWhat a naughty prank! "You have a nice fat legacy. they they are 21, but some of wants me to marry her. WhatI
l Innocent daughter: "That's funny, Which caused, before it could be soon as doJohn Funnyface.Dear .
married.hSaid
r I I never saw any lights."-Widow. stopped, And when he lay the next day in bed them get
j A run on Mary's bank. With plasters on his broken head, John-"Marry the one
'/ LATEST IN MILITARY -Salt Lick. He wondered what on earth he said.U. the flea: "Let us fly." love and send me the address of t*

I ''i COMMANDS of N. Sagebrush. Said the fly: "Let us flee.Tiger. other."
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r JUST A LITTLE "FILLER" ; !fiIJ1

I h Dr. Manchester to Sgt. Curtis: .......................... ..- .- .-
: "Sgt. Curtis, please park your com
!. over here.."
pany I
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University students, by patronizing

;, PROBABLY A BOXING the White House Dining Room, may

". MATCH i ii i enjoy the satisfaction of knowing
I THE BON TON"Refreshment 'T' iI
: ii I they have the finest serrice and most
l She (just back from Paris): "I
t :,f I can't go to this dance tonight, my i delicious food on the market.
*Parlor I d'Hote meals, $1.00. Parties
1 trunks haven't arrived. Table

I s He: "Good Lord, what kind of a 1 1i i and Banquets by special arrange-

I" dance be.-Lampoon.do you think this is going to i Complete Line of Fraternity Stationery 1I I ment. For table reservations PhoneNo.

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Candies and Tobaccoes of all Kinds 295.
I
t A young colored couple were sit I

': ting at the foot of the Statue of Lib-
erty. Henry was holding Mandy's t Courtesy, Service and Strictly Sanitary i The White House Dining oom

I Soda Center
hand. Gainesville's

". "Henry," said Mandy, "Does you- i
all know why day has such small I I

little lights on"'de Statue o' Liberty?" ....... .$ "............... ...... I I --rs8/RRRRfJ.:
"Ah dunn, replied the Ethiopian
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Not every woman may be princess College StudentsBrown '
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a man's queen. I Blue Worsted
or Gray
-Technique.The .,
Regular $65 vlaue

man who boasteth most about ?
What Is Vacuum
;'j his better days generally keepeth for X40Stepinand
I :; quiet about his nights.

i a -Technique.
takea
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i i #[5 Alfred: "That bride look at it f THE traffic policeman did not hold up his hand and control the
... :young worships -
I her husband, doesn't she?'* Nick Damato IT automobiles and wagons and people there would be collisions,

Ethel: "Well, she places burnt offerings confusion, and but little progress in any direction. His business
1.
before! him three times a liThe Best Tailor In Town" is to direct.
: day." ,
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I : = The physicist who tries to obtain a vacuum that is nearly perfect

I The teacher asked the kid what he ORAH has a problem somewhat like that of the traffic policeman. Air is

r I ,: :, knew about the Mongolian Rnc N ORTON'S composed of molecules-billions and billions of them flying aboutin

The Kid allowed as how he know all directions and often colliding. The physicist's pump is designedto
nothing, as he went to the baseball OVELTIES.ART .
i make the molecules travel in one direction-out through the
.,: game instead.-Electrical Trade,.
I 'rf and GIFT SHOP exhaust. The molecules are much too small to be seen even with a
I :Maker of Picture Frames
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1 f YOU CAN HAVE IT microscope, but the pump jogs them along and at least starts them in

\ I the right direction.A .
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; i Si Der: Marry me, honey? would be free
perfect vacuum one in which there is not a single
ii
May Bell: No.
Florida molecule.For .
; I Si Der: Love me honey? Gainesville

i 1 I :; May Bell: No. la the Graham Hotel over forty years scientists have been trying to pump and jog
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j., I ).' S. D.: Will you kiss me, honey? and herd more molecules out of vessels. There are still in the best
M. B.: No. *:LECTBiC SHOE REPAIR
vacuum obtainable more molecules per cubic centimeter than there
S. D. Gimme
: back by chewinggum
I ? DEPARTMENTSHOE are people in the world, in other words, about two billion. Whenevera

;i M. B.: THUIE.-Virginia Reel. 1t I new jogging device is invented, it becomes possible to eject a few

't I million more molecules.The .
t jt SHINE PARLOR

t !i THEIR :MOTTOES Research Laboratories of the General Electric Company have
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'i In.! .. spent years. in trying to drive more and more molecules of air from
The Grocer: Honest tea is the'best
; policy. containers. The chief purpose has been to study the effects obtained

i The Lawyer: Where there's a willthere's STORE as, for example, the boiling away of metals in a vacuum.

i f,
,) a pay. This investigation of high vacua had unexpected results. It
t j : I The Hunter: A bird to the eyes is SHOES became
possible to make
better X the
j f ; sufficient. I ray tubes- better because

I I I.j 1 The Architect: Too low they build Satisfaction Guaranteed X-rays could be controlled; to make the electron tubes now so essen
I
e 4 T. who build below $10,000. South Side Square tial in long-range wireless communication more efficient and trustworthy

t The Pawnbroker: It is never too ; and to develop an entirely new type of incandescent lamp,
r i l' late to lend. CXXXXXXXXXXXXXXOCXDOOOOCXXX3 one which is filled with of
i: i a gas and which gives more light than any
The Day Laborer: Live to earn and the cIder lamps.No .
} earn to live. GNESY1LLEELECTRIC
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l 'k' The Anarchist: Little strokes fell one can foretell what will be the outcome of research in pure

great folks. science. New knowledge, new ideas And
inevitably are gained.
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The Dog: A good range is rather
sooner or later this
t i q to be chosen than great inches. new knowledge, these new ideas find a practical

I t 11. The Real Estate Agent: A lot near application. For this reason the primary purpose of the Research
J 't ; at hand is worth two in the bushes. COmPANY Laboratories of the General Electric Company is the broadening of

Everybody: There is no royal road human knowledge.
1\ f to earning. -Scalper.
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Rubes: The town is threatening j jb
; ia:J about them. Where the furor i
sprang from, not even the jewelersseem
fi i Bailey NeYoika. to know. But suddenly they r
have become so much the vogue that

.,. diamonds and other precious stones
3 are being removed from handsome

THMPH. FLORIDH Letter settings and rubies put in their placesin
il il.f
i ix the effort to keep up with the de

x sellsHickeySreeman mand.
1t 1 Footprints of babies is'the latest
. t l Clothes br suggested scheme here in New1' York
the tragic mix-upS tliat;
t to prevent
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tt t Lucy Jeanne Price occur once in a while in holpitais.ta-
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-_. rious plans rave been'tried ouea
J "foolproof" but the fool power'giesdeep
New York, Jan. 8.-There are street, there is a laundryman, or a : in human nature as exclusively
I means of overcoming difficulties. Mrs. laundry advertising man, who rea- individual as are finger prints and
DROP Iff i Martin Johnson, who recently returned izes this. For the sign in the window that rot only would the praCJfce-kbep
to New York after thirteen says eloquently, "Everything r babies straightened out before iRey
t years spent in Dorneo and the South laundered from a lace handkerchiefto develop muc hin the way of looks of
I OTTO F. STOCK E Sea.:; Islands, has proven this. The a circus tent." their own, but that it would be in.
;hortage of housemaids has seemed There is sentime*- in everything.The disputable proof of identity in Kidnapping -
Tailor \I ne thing which neither wealth nor story of New York bandits these cases. *
wit could circumvent. But Mrs. last few weeks is so often an appeal- 4 f t t t b4 t
Johnson isn't worrying about the ing one that it seems hard to think a .. ,.,-. -=-

Alteration Cleaning Prcssin'(1 proble mat all. She is coaching Bes- judge could sentence them. One night ..;' .-... ,. .. ". .

Phone 354 Gainesville F a* Ip | sie to do the housework. Bessie is an last week_ two of these hard-working .k... '.
orang-outang about six feet tall. "I and ambitious- young fellows- -- were : r ..,;1" ..........:+ r'--"l.:
\ I\ have trained her to mop the floors," caught, somehow, right in the act of:
\
i wwww rwsew '- '- "-- -- says Mrs. Johnson. "Now I'm goingto purloining property through an open
I teach her to wash dishes. A well window. The detectives questionedthem.
_! Yi YY; ; .. trained orang-outang makes an excel And alongside of "for the wife'
lent servant. Bessie is so adaptable and kiddies" for real heart appeal
S
I SI Yi that we are teaching her to eat at should go their reply, "We wanted HoneyIs
the table. She uses her napkin daintily money to start the New Year right,"
|r TARR FURNITURE CO., Inc. g and her fork like a perfect lady. they said. What jury could refuse to
and forgive at that?
When "Irene" started the other weep '
I Tampa, j: night on its sixtieth week at the Along with the movies will the dictionary -: .: .
I \ i Vanderbilt theater, it beat all mem- now be condemned for the
I Sales Agents For ifBerlcey 'i j orable runs for musical comedy in eyes of youth! There is a good argu- .

furniture Globe Wernicke Sectional BookCases jjj!j this country at anyone theater ment in favor of such action. For
ft Ay ,
I I Forty-eight weeks of "Floradora;' not on the film, nor at the melodrama,
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Aeolian, Vocation, Pathe Phonopragph, Napanee Kity-I twenty :years ago, at the Casino:: and nor in forbidden "trashy" literature, Energy
did Herbert Bramm learn to make the
the 52 weeks of "The Merry Wido*'
I chen Cabinets, Belding Hall Refrigerators, Aerolux Porch y; bomb which exploded in his home in '......
y, at the New Amsterdam, had held: the
Brooklyn and killed his chum. No; ..:.,:
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I Shades, Premo-Eclipse:: Gas Ranges- Domestic Science gjI record to date. tI is interetin to
it was from the dictionary that heh : ."-
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extravagance, the predecessors of the And It will work ]
Furniture Floor Coverings, Draperies, China and was nothing more deliberate than a
Office Hi musical comedies of today, were love If you will .
of "hearing a loud noise, and
Glassware Window Shades, Awnings. thought to be doing something to be this fondness led him to his interestin Let it work. .. ,:
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24 weeks in a theater..
ary instructions and a piece of lead it
fBKHaasa2f2J2eJKifK! YfiYi;! !hYiYiY;! Y;$ Everybody is impressed with pipe, he made a bomb which couldcompetp. Or carry it around --fIn
\ sweeping statements if they are only

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f! EDITORIAL DEPARTMENT With home glist'ning, dome for those at I You can't beat these values:

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: ScrWrt 0. Tori Editor in Chiat As fun he did his bit.

C. Staftrt Hal Jr.Tramaa ._.._......vanagi.g Editor
I Greta M __-_ AssiitentSjwrtimr Managing Editor I At this or that he wore his hat, We're cleaning up our odd suits unsold-they'ye Hart Scaffner 4 !

P. 0. pda, Jr........__ Editors A. N. Sollee And did not seem to care; Mark finest suits for this fall's purchase-models, stouts sib .
KOY"l Hoakia, Mcmj Cobca, Harold Klock ....... Reporters He sat him down, 'mid looks profound a'i regulars and stubs-young men s and Priced-more conservative style
; to tailor
the ladies fair. These clothes cost more
I : ': Kktert bight Society Editor I Among m
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At show or ball, his stock did fall,

i i'I, Hbtt M. Friedlander BUSINESS___....DEPARTMENT.-.......--_ Business Manager Onlookers wept with glee; m $32.50 to $48.50
his zest,
: I' ...... Btcin ._. .._..---_ ._.-. ...Ass't. Business Manager His shining crest, destroyed
I ... -.. .-. .- He wished to turn and flee. iR .
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But now its o'er, he's back once more !fiy I
f 1f i .. KaP' Foreman ; .
O. i Bad* .... .__'" Compositor On dear old campus grouse,; y; $57.50 to $80.00 q qfi
t fi'I'I And hopes are strong, it will be long,
: d bT. MMrt_ __.._ _- Pressman bound. y;
he's homeward
t When next ;
f f Il bred M IeCOBd class JUT ter, September 28, 1912, at the post-

; ...? at GftlaOTilfe, FUu, rider the Act of March 3d, 1879. F FI. JUST IJLVGINE. J

j I.. pfec all eonnnfeatfoBa and news items in boxes! designated for that "3I-76. 1 1I

i '\ pegaea I fai Peabody aad LaagnageHalls.KKt :

.I What direful calamity would befallif I Wolf Brothers

: *:-Th PldiMa Alligator $1.50 the year. :
I Murdock Barrs lost his harmonica. fi :
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1 :ouu THAT TRACK.Fellows : Izzy reduced. j jR
Perk ever failed to get an A-plus.
I The "lawyers" came to chapel. R TAMPA, FLA. j
let's get behind that running track proposition and see
'I Hawkshaw wasn't on the job.
it put over in good shape. It is something that the University Miss Ellis failed to smile. IiU
i cf Florida needs and there isn't much chance of getting it anv I "L
I The Major put us "on our own. [ waaaRffi !fifiIififilififi9i! ! !
other way at present. than making it ourselves. There are so Hitchcock got to class on time. -- :r :!I.. '-a
many things that the University needs, that there is little chance i iIi This "particular case" wasn't right
of rasing the money within the near future for improved athleti- 1| "

Ii facilities, and if we are going to hold our place among the Un "exactly. Hotel Hillsboro"TOP
II Mrs. Swanson went on a strike. ,
I versities of the South or rise higher in the ranks, it is up to u | Pomeroy choked. ,
got
: to DO SOMETHING. \:
Friedlander lost his
I The running track, according to Lieutenant Atkinson who i iI j Tootie dignity. O'THETOWN"
how to
forgot
taking an interest in track events, as well as Coach Kline, can b =' I! laugh. '
I That "turtle" financial didn'lollow
; : built with one hour of labor from each man on the campus. Wha Christmas.Bill panic t Largest All Year Round HotelIn

J f' student can't give an hour of his time to putting over this propo J State
couldn't "bull.
f sition. The sooner we do it the sooner well have a track and th
'I'' t sooner we have a track the sooner we'll have a real track team. Nobody flunked in chem. I
i Let's build this track. Then let's turn out for track practice. Those sweet things at home stopped Tampa Florida

I i AND THENLet's writing.A cootie tried to homestead. .. __-41IC: ::;'L "",._:::,,;
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J "clean up" at Atlanta.
i "rat's" roof garden. i

V OUR BASKET BALL TEAM. The fellow next door nelgected to f.

I render his nightly quota of jazz. Foot Ball :

,!! i' Tonight will introduce the 'Gator basket ball squad to the public That "find enclosed" epistle fro 1
dad failed to arrive on time. Shoes, Uniforms and Supplies, i
and there is
little doubt but that the introduction will come
;t I-I in the form of a sound trouncing for the Stetsonians. We MUST There wasn't an end to this line c Base Ball ;

I WIN THAT GAME, fellows, and we have the team; all we must chatter. ..;

do is give them the support. Let's have a crowd at the gym to I thank U. Gloves, Mitts, Shoes and Supplies,

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I CAMPUS CAPERS Cold Millican, his man-mauling man.
I SPORTING GOODS
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; I KODAKSCUTLERY Bicycles
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I known to the public as the Divine devil-may-care officer of Company C, r ione 7 Gainesville :
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I Izzy, has at last been successfully prevailed has been awarded the famous tin- I B. LILIENBLUMYou i

: I : upon by her numerous friends plated Medal of the Mess-hall for

and admirers to give a series of interpretations conspicuous bravery and intrepid dar-

: I i ii in expressive dancing. The ing in action. The feat for which I .. _. ... -
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the gallant leader
i such
won worthy
rushed to with '. ..- ':f!!
being completion a -.1"<- ;
i recognition is one that will be handed &
f I view to staging the Terphiscorean down to later generations as a deed COMPANYDRUGGISTS
: I of this talented
performances young deserving of ;
great respect and amula-
; f ,beauty at as early a date as possible. tion their Can Lead a Cork to Water but
on part. Lieut. Friedlan
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are der, alone, unaided and singlehanded. You Cannot Make it Sink
t I J designed with a view to their extreme J. W. McCOLLUM & CO.
captured and surrounded 11 "
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invisibility ,and the effect produced
I is said to be ultra-thrillacious. Fur.. 14 sinkers, 1 G. M. V. of grits, 5 Rexall Store I Don't let this suit value we are going to tell
schooners of near-tea, 6
potatoes a
: : ther and more definite announcementswill Agents for
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follow soon. la mode, 1 pyramid of cakes, 1 liter Liggetts and Norris' Candies you about float on your imagination on but let it

j' of zip, et cetera, ad infinitum. etc. Gainesville Florida
sink in mind
Otherwise your until you find out that seeingis
:;:1 J Kid Kitchen, our pugilistic prodigy, I the enemy's casualties were FLORIDA BARBER SHOP
1 l' } desires us to announce that his hat is light. A movement is under way u believing. Absent treatment wont get you one
t : in the ring for the erect a bronze tablet to the honor of For Students and Others -
cootie-weight
: I of these al1vool Kisc 1 tsim flannel suits i n
: championship of the campus. Any this young hero, and everyone is Shaves 20c. Haircuts 35c.

; i would-be challenger must weigh in at urged to contribute generously, that West Side Square Gainesville either single or double trusted style at $25

: 43 pounds, 17 ounces and elevate the memory of the valorous act may ...... -... .
t tape-measure not more than one yard, never be blotted out, but go on for- W. sTDORSEY &-CO. -- i 81

: three inches and two millimeters. Ad- ever, inspiring others to greater anal l
Everything in
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Goodness Sake Drink Burnett
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I .1 dancer you used to go with? The hour is late,
: Him: She shook .-Cartoon. play poker is human; to win, Two hearts are glad.
divine.A Scene II
Brown-"What's old Jones doing A growl, .
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j : now?" co-ed is known by the.dates she A nip,

y Robinson-"Oh, He's working his keeps. A rip,
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son's way thru college?" A tear,
-London Mail. Man proposes-the diamond. dis A maiden's cry,

4 A Good Place to Eat closes. And then a swear.
The man who once so wisely aid, Scene III
Be sure you're right then go ahead, A French "pony" is a hardriddenhorse. A gate, -
4 Might well have added to his wit, No lovers,

................................ Be sure you're wrong before you quit. A maiden sad; .
-Prudential Bulletin. Exams are like the poor-we have A dog triumphant,
....- ....,,..,.,, them always with A father glad.
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THERE BEFOREShe -Selected.IF .
The Alachua Restaurant and Lunch Room J I The "pink; of. perfection" is generally -
fell with a'light sigh into his rouge. YOU LIKE HIM, LET HIM
FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN" M I arms. Her head tilted backward and KNOW IT

i Half a Block from Atlantic Coast; Line Depot t I IJ their lips met. She turned her hea Many co-eds believe in making"
and spoke. headway while the moon shines. If pleasure.you are viewing. any
I 0) i)' Gainesvllle.Florid "You understand, don't you, Jack work a man is doing, .
1 :that I've never done a thing like this The only course in which some fellows If you like him or you bye him,
... before?" she asked will is the tell him
''_ anxiously.He ever graduate course now;
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n (thinking of what has jus of time. Don't withold your approbation till
"""" .Y "lappened)-"Yes but what awfu. the makes orationAs
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lot of experience you must have inherited DEVOLUTION he lies with snowy lilies o'er
from some one." t his brow;

I -Punch Bowl. Fifteen hours credit, I .
J IS THE OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHER 4' I Went off on a spree, For no matter how you shout it, he
1 It FOR THE UNIVERSITY OFFLORIDA I She-Are late hours good for me? Got bounced in English, won't really care about it;
St t tWhile He-No, but they're good for two.Jester. So he dropped three. He won't know how many tear
drops you have shed; .
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Twelve hours credit, If. you think some praise is due him,
. ,, -..- -.:......,.- --- -- --, -...-- -..- now's the time
--?"" :; .::: --- :.---- -- -- -- -- 1 "d.; II- REFLECTIONS OF A SHEIf He was going fine; to slip it to him;
Found Math too difficult, For he cannot read his tombstone
r:::::: __ .!, ...:::: =:::._. .::;'1;[- .. you try to please a man he decides Then there was nine. I when:he.'s dead!
r you are in love with him. .
In I I
JacksonvillGO And if you don't try to please him, Nine hours credit, More than :fame and mare than
1 he says you are disagreeable.If Thought he'd try some tricks, money is the comment kind
TO tI you believe all he says, he thinks Blew up the Chem lab, and sunny >
Q9 xdd you are a simpleton.And Then there were six. And the hearty, warm ap'prbval ofa
; 1 if you don't, he calls you a friend; ';'It} j i
4 cynic.If Six hours credit, For it gives to life a savioB,' and it
;; you have another sweetheart, he He felt very free, makes you stronger, braver,
I; accuses you of being a Theda Bara. History grew boring And it gives you heart and spiritto

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TsF. Understand men? Three hours credit, If he earns your praise, bestow it;
ONE, HUNDRED DEPr'.RTM. =---,.,. Say, do you think I'm the "Eighth And an ivory dome, if you like him, let him{+ know it;
"- 'I1. Wonder of the World?" the
Don't mix together, Let words of true encouragement
(Copied out of an An Atlanta girl's So the lad went home. be said; tt.:{f jf
Glasses Fitted memory book.-Emory Wheel. Yale 'Record.In Do not wait till life is + d he's
Tt-ollild !
underneath the overtti j
Student SentimentThe History, Snow-"Who can name For he cannot read bstone
We Do Our Own Lens GrindingNo i tobacco student should cleanup all the Presidents in the United when he's dead. 'l-i
or clean out.Faculty. States dpwn to the present. -From "Dripped from the S ream."
DelayO.H.Oo1es {t Sentiment Raymond emphatical1y"Wood.row -
He will clean up or clean out. Wilson." STUPID AND TRUE j

Conmany Officer: "In which; direction -
& Son. "May your lives always be as pure Scene I can you see furtherest?" *
and sweet as these roses.President." A gate, Promising Recruit: "The way I
Brimball Two lovers, looks, sir.-Gillette. i
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1 ;II 6. A religious census taken among From Supt. Bennion's We can't all be captains, we've got US:, HUN'S STORE I It

; : 2,000 students at the University of AddressIf to be crew, I Ij
+I' Chicago, shows that there was only There's something for all of us here; ,
one Atheist and two Agnostics! and I
I Clearwater Fl .
i! : that more men go to church thantromea. you can't be a pine on the top of There's big work to do and there'sJesser t fir. M. JOHNSON' + *
the hill, to do, I
I'I ;i I I 7. Another child wonder has applied Be a scrub n the valley-but be And the task we must do is the near. When .*:*c: Home Boys, Cane in and See

I'; for admission to Wellesley Col- The best little scrub at the side of I U'p'ffr'Date Stock of Gent's Furnishings I It
i: t: Jege at the age of thirteen. She the rill If you can't be a highway, then just I Oar
J : 1.. will not be elegible for entrance until ; be a trail, I
Be bush if can't be tree.
a a
you
; she becomes fourteen. If you can't be the sun, be a star; I
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..i" If you can't be a bush, be a bit of It isn't the size that you win or you '
i! j;! to introduce a bill into the Senate
the grass fail-
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Ii I t witty to provide, a yearly every salary able-bodied from the government man- Some highway to happier make, Be the best of whatever you are! .............. ........... f fI I

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4d Golfer want**just enough; .
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,I Turkish for "too much" makes cigarette over-
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Headquarters for
i I little" means lack of taste.

tl'' 1 r i The right! cigarette should] have just enough University Students
Turkish. It should please the taste without tiring it.
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I J ; .J' '. Meet them there for Soft Drinks, Cigars, Tobaccos,
Scores of sales-records
like the above, seem to l
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I J Fanny always played according to
II Below i, the official All-Southern -
II I selection of the Orange and Blue How are you educated? Can ycu the rules. She and Hector started

nicked by Coach M.: J. Donahue of the say yes to every one. of the ollawir g the evening in the usual way by going -

I tli @? Plainsmen.This questions? If so, you are consider 4d to a movie-
!I t1.1 'f3 an "Why Change Your. Socks"! or
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.I) is probably the best pick of the educated in the best sense of the
kind. Hector
something of the Then
S. .II numerous scribes and coaches in the word, so says a professor in tl e
I 1 suggested a ride. }
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The Smile Follows the Spoon 4 Fannie agreed. .
:e11r8 I Reynolds (Georgia) L. E. your education given you sympathy -
When they got out in the country,
"I t Fincher (Ga. Tech.) L. T. with all the good causes and
: Whelchel (Georgia) L. G. made you espouse them? they didn't get out. .But he stopped. .

I iJ i t Caton (Auburn) C. Has it made'you public spirited? the car. '

:, ,.... --- ----- "" ,...., .-... -=-..,.,.- Davis (Ga. Tech.) R. G. Has it made you a brother to the Fanny fainted. I I
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I-ii Warren (Auburn) R. T. weak.
, had stopped, but she also knew the
" jgasHBBaaRHasKffiRffiTHE Shirey (Auburn) R. E. Have you learned how to make
rules of the So she asked:
I; Stubbs (Auburn) Q. friends and to keep them? game. ;
stopping?
"Why are
you
Alabama L. Do know what it is to be a
Stephenson ( ) H. you
< He might have given .one of
NEW YORK RACKET | any. :
Barron (Ga. Tech.) R. H. friend yourself?
the usual to admire, the I
reasons:
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Agent ForFlorsheim |} Shining (Auburn) F. B. Can you look an honest man or '
ye, moonlight; trouble with the engine; ,
nure woman in the eve?
Shoes. I a flat tire-anything. Instead of that
$ AllAmericanMcMillin Do anything to love in ,
Vj. yoU see a '
\ he told the truth .
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\ 51K (Center) Quarterback.. little child? "I am going\ to kiss .ypu,"" l\e said.
\ feffiffiffiffifHrafiffiffiffirffiffi Flowers (Ga. Tech.) Halfback. :, \ Will a lonely doer follow you in the Then Fanny fainted. .

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fifiJififi! ! Not that Fanny was unused to be-
ffiffifiHra!f : fifai!: !fifi!: !;1 POULTRY SHORT COURSE ] Can vou bp hiph-mJndpf and Nanny
ing kissed, but such frankpess was E
OPEN TO GAINESVILLE FOLKS in the meanest drudo'prip Of life? to ruin morale: !
!Ff \ enough any girl's
Do YOU think washing' dishes and .-Juggfer.PROVERBS .t
The short courses being given at J..opjn corn lust as comuatable with
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the College of Ag- 'hj0'1i t'hinkinea piano .
the University by nlaying and -
i When it comes to riculture should attract many citi."ns .:- n'olf? "

of Gainesville and Alachua conn. Are von eood for anything
I yourself Brevity is the soul of wit.but not
"STATIONERY35We ty. Especially Interesting to local I of love letters. : '

people is the course in poultry give ran von hp hannv lonp? I --...-.-. ": :
!h under the direction of Dr. N. W Can von look nut on flip worM and Flirtation is attention. without. intention -

Have It Sandborn.Dr. Sep :anvthin* excpnt ,tntjtl'l's., aytdpn : ?
r | Sandborn outlined and preparedthis t> is? ,

course to meet the needs and demands Can von look into a m"d n1.1ttJp bv the
The curious world
most thing Jp i
Plain Colored Florida Seal I raisers of.chickens tTr, t
Fraternity
of back-yard o wavsidp: and SPP o clear' kv? is a woman who is not curious. .,
and other domestic fo, ls:' He. Can von soP anvthinw in the np&llei '_ ."' 'I!
[ Ask to see our LINESMILLER'S 31W anxious to have interested i
is very anyone"J'." i I nod Old friends are like cheese-::the. j
l to attend. into flip Vv af lliiht strongest. : ]
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The school began 'on the 4th and anfl app "pvonft flip stare" ? '

I will end on the 14th. No expense.J I ('.n. nit. t lic .arflnlp" pin it nnfnro 171' Modern woman-wants the- floor=but '
I l Interesting, spicy lectures; 'i''- csfti 1v
< lama anfl Took n*" it she doesn't want to scrub it. l .
tfHfffiffiffiffifaWffilEKSS demonstrations; justwhat you want. nft*>n /-oTitnTns:; ft vorM nf nhilnennhv \.)' !

tg! Attend what is intended for you. : and 'rim1q +Snlriny Great bluffs from little study gtow.I '

SimimmniNiiimNiuuiiiiiiiiiiHi Fi -'JT"'MT (.rim :oT'lWit" -Harvard Crimsoi.EXCLUSIVENESS .
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Such shoes ..i}

Right into the Blackstone't i' J
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.o racsonopr: : u'lv week's them'
Ti1f\n wlvfln Two wages for i
Vnt1 can 'V'nnr t+aln_' when vim And smiled.
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THE FLORIDA ALLIGATORput =--
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I 11 _' '_ ---- ''''-i the Varsity forSaturday's meet tht
t i t in at center on account of his helping to develop It is expected that of a visiting team. If the
i tNTEfeCOLLECE QASKETBALL the Arts game. body will support the
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starred on in team
[florida-Stetson height. Cohen will be able to play later on
----- and Science team of last year and they vertising the game and selgj .
f'' .. The fi'me success of Inter-College the season. will
11 the Varsity.
more games
probably
while
subbed for a on liable to be
f basketball last has led to the the others who are
year basketball Saturday be depended upon to reduceStetson's Among uled later on.Conmany .
They can night are
I Saturday
t I revival ef this popular sport OB the : ability to a mini- get the call
scoring and
I I Campus again thisyear. In order to j. :mum. and Stanley and Officer: "la 'Rhct! s
forwards
give each college a better chance to P.M.atGym who suspended Gray,
Byrd and Green were tion can you see furtherest
t I put forth a good team and show the I the recent hazing episode, Brumby at the guard positions.The ?
in Promising Recruit
real worth of their respective teams, I Theyare : only reason that more games I : T
to play. "
the are as yet ineligible is looks, sir. -> U1ette.I .
the students of in the gym
the- Saturday night played
; I InterMural Beard has decided night,. have not been
both out to practice every I
of the I
t vjpan a ten-gome schedule to begin; University and also many 1 1I
Thursday=, January 13th. AD the [r townspeople of Gainesville will have I
I games will be played i wthe gym and I an opportunity to see the 'Gator FAMOUS FANS Byjr'
\ _.. very mat is urged U turn out and Basket Tessers in action on their N A ;INS
I cheer the college 011 to the champion' home court for the first time in the : 7\\-\E SA W\-\o\ tl\l'-1'-'-r o-' c.\\: -o' F1011DFiZ :LM. ToEDAxc '.
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the scheel, when they meet / UN L"T\ per?NoW
::.. history of ; ANCE,BUT VWOWPS \ tjO ALWAY5 ONDW
ship.Last the fast Stetson team in the DpES Nom
gym. LOtS CTF NERVE IS
I year the Arts and Science ? E5 SOt E80D t
I I College won in a walkaway, defeating Last year Stetson won the clear pANCIN6 TOES
title to the State championship, and i ( NEBucnO''<0 N1S IS A 'ftI1NIC g SNDESlt6NTO
1F r'0
all .S f
colleges oa the campus and l.S H YE PR zoo
mESO
they still hold that title. But this 1 iK WpNDFQFUI. WHy lIN6
do
eduliag gaiaea with outside \eams.I ,NE Sp A ;
r .. year under the guidance of Coach, r hrEL1 pF1E DANCEFLOOR, AGWPS
I } All men mat OB the Varsity tear woit a DOt 0
I'I Kline, the University of Florida bar I OAt A
I I sbaiH gt to the gym and make their I P !}OI.E 11 A11J'? lY pA11CE OVE 'Eh
better than chance to defeat .ON Or
an even
I college team .r give every effort to ( \
the title o -
the Stetson team and bring
t support; it.
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home to stay.
; I 'Two games will be played eyeryTKursday Fellows, what going to do
I.. are we '
: night uatfl!! the series isoalei. L7c1k'r' t
.: to Stetson! ,' t : c.
f The sound of the referee's whistle
t : The complete schedule is as fer.
will probably find Bill Madison aid h
I ]1.1i.:
1 \Moss at the worward positions. They
Ja.. 13-Asrs. "vs. Teachers I
; Eng.rs.A.3. are both fast as well as hard, aggressive -
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':' : players. "Bill" is an old hand
t; Jan. 2.-Lawyers- vs.: Teacber; OB tbe *bator Five, while Moss is a
';' Ags. i*. Ese new face on the team. He is a Jacksonville -

j f J-,., 27.-Ats, "VI{. A. L S.; Eng. product and helped defeat
vy.:: Lawyers. the University last year while on the ---/.

Feb : Teachers. .. Jacksonville "Y" team. He was 'a P:1
A. I. S:; Ags.T tiLpk ;
r&. Lawyers. : sub lust year and is working hard fora

; Fefc. if-T.achers vs. Enjr.; A. ,&:: Cohen"chance"complete this the year.quintet.Ward Ward and i ; \ 4 I

; S. vs. Lawyers. played center last season, but was!I Idlrifted ,% -- 1/// I
t to guard, and Jeremaessen( ,:
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