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
Orange and blue bulletin
Page of record
Physical Description: v. : ; 32-59 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: the students of the University of Florida
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: January 14, 1921
Publication Date: 1912-1973
Frequency: daily except saturday and sunday (sept.-may); semiweekly (june-aug.)[<1964>-1973]
weekly[ former 1912-]
weekly (semiweekly june-aug.)[ former <1915-1917>]
biweekly (weekly june-aug.)[ former <1918>]
weekly[ former <1919-1924>]
weekly (daily except sunday and monday june-aug.)[ former <1928>]
semiweekly[ former <1962>]
weekly[ former <1963>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 24, 1912)-v. 65, no. 74 (Jan. 31, 1973).
General Note: Summer issues also called: Summer school ed., <1915>-1920 and again in 1923; summer issues also called: Summer ed., <1921>.
General Note: Has occasional supplements.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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System ID: UF00028291:00307
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Preceded by: Orange and blue
Succeeded by: Independent Florida alligator

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What did they do ? They tramped Rising at 5:30, we dressed and wert I "TOOTlE" PERRY FORMER FLORIDA MAN TELLSOF The date for the Inter-Co'lsgiata.

holes in the mud-But that's ahead of around to the Busy Bee cafe.: Here 'i, & # n, *. # + # THRILLING EXPERIENCES Debate tryouts will be Januar/ 25, as

the story. we found all the conveniences o { Mr. Carl Perry, a medley of avoir- IN THE LATE WAR announced by the Debating Council

l Hawkshaw woke us up at 4:30 home-and some that home hasn'"; : dupois and good-nature, familiarly immediately after formal acceptance:

Monday morning and cursing silently Home never saw anything lige t1r! t known on the campus as "Tootfe," u } As the managing editor is absent cf the question. "Resolved, That -

we filed over to mess hall. Wher; small steak and French fried spud one of the/most popular ar.d prominent 1- this week we find it hard to fill the the Smith-Towner Bill be Enacted'

we reached that place we stopped After we had eaten we went awr : personages permitted to roam ati I paper, but the providence which looks was received from Louisiana State

cursing, for there we found positivelythe from there and rehearsed some. Dh -' large at U.of F. His history for the out for idiots, drunkards and busi- University, the University of Soul'i

best breakfast one has ever eaten.It ner and supper of that day we ate o" past three years has been pretty well t' ness managers was kind to us. We Carolina ard the University of Ten

helped a lot to help us,on the long at the college, and fellows, don't eve: covered by reports of games in whichhe ran across a former Florida man who nessee. At this tryout six men will

sad road to Sampson City. let a band boy hear: you Dick on I has performed in the stellar rote used to write for The Alligator, bet lie picked to represent the Universi,j"f

Then we hastened to make tracks Mother Swanson's mess hall grub. I I of an animated wrecking machine, who has not b:>en with us sirce: the Florida in the three inter-coll&:

down to the palatial Pullman await- They actually starve those girls i* holding down the position of center, war. He gave us the following copy, I ate debates that take place l\ca\

ing us at the T. & J. depot. All of Tallahassee. You better send yours a where, owing to the location, the op- : which same he sold to a Boston paper I year. ,

us were there., strange to say, and w'e' five-pound box of candy if you everwant portunities for access arid subsequent some time ago, but as We are gettingit All men'desiring to try out' en I

all stood on the rear platform. En to see her again. But don' execution were most numerous. It i iI is free gratis and for nothing.we trust January 25 ,must. turn in their names-

route, the sweet dawn of another' day ake our word for it. WE don't know I[I indeed difficult to conceive of a human we are not breaking any copyrightlaws on or before Saturday, January, 22,

broke as scheduled. Finally, we whether there was anything to ea* being so endowed with inherent in printing it. The incident is to the Debating Council, College of

reached Sampson ity. The Rats all there or not. We didn't notice. I good fellowship as Tootie' in the ca- one of his own experiences during the I Law; L.'C. Crofton, College of Arts

remember Sampson City. That night at supperpardonImean : pacity of chief dispenser of first-hand war and bears out the statement that rod Sciences; Maurice Stein, Collegef

Here marched down dinner-M. Hungarious Cockal- : information in the College of Hard |I U. of F. men were among those present ) Agriculture; L. D. Williams,' Col-,

Lake City. off we of the sweat vitch. alias Coook, and Charley Re- I'! Knocks; but such is the case, as many at Germany's little party across lege of Engineering, Leisher, Teach
and pulled some
music town, under the boudoir window of eero speeched some. In fact, they : can testify, who have undergone theI the pond: er's College, S. W. Cason.
speeches i I pleasant sensation of hearing the lit- All available material on the Smith-
whole duet. aniCoook
who is chairman of the a Charley Being TorpedoedAn
Mr. Hodges, tie Towner Bill has been placed;on the
birdies sing while nestled on the
board of control. :Mr. Hodges liked are good, and the girls appre- [ incident on the high seas duringthe
it. breast of mother earth in the close reserve shelf of the Library and i
ciated "
the music, and was not ashamed to embrace of his recent war. bibliography" has ,been prepared by
down and shake hands and Slim Bell presented for their delectation loving arms. I The night of December 20, 1917, '
come Miss to assist those
I The characteristic Mijtamore\ en-
I however, in ,
his noted heavy weight!: was not noticeably different from any
We that :Mr.
tell us so. appreciated which erirg the tryout in possibleway.
cuckoo,-for more of which there wasa he is excelled bnone and I other winter night in the northern! .every
Hodges.At equalled by fewer, is that of gloom .
great demand. Mediterranean. The air was cold, a
11 something the old double- chaser. His very presence, irdeed The length of time allowed each
fresh breeze had been blowing from
header coughed into Lake City, drag- Then we went out and swung in the sheds a glow. of happy-go-luckiness and' speaker at the tryout will not exceed
the snow covered Alps all day "
between the Ad. Building and I
ging the Harem By the Harem we swings that permeates the atmosphere wih I; seven minutes.
swept the small Mediterranean swells "
mean about 300 of the sweetest college Bryan Hall. They have a lovely ,rays of humor. The mirthful erup- Five members of the Faculty i71 l
with a chilly breath. The sky was
In thirteen campus, and there was a' wistful tions which act as judges in selecting the men.;'
girls you ever saw. I come forth from the deeprecpsse which
slightly clouded, through
band well distributed beauty in the lights of Bryan and his Unusual competition is expected I
1 seconds the was : ? of subterranean passages
| the half full
dimly ligtyt of a
and down that Reynolds Halls which was intense'y ,! at this for the Intercollegiate Debates !
on chair arms up very frequent intervals are called year f
like the dull glow of a heavilyshrouded '
to f-o
humanized the flitting '
and-well heard by I as there is an abundance jf
train, fellows you laughs out of respect for the oriGin- but
lamp faintly revealing
them of the hundreds of gir! I'
before ;,
material the In addition
on Campus.
what The Pres. said abet :Music. ator, but technically speaking, con- surrounding objects.Six .
and the sappy murmur of their voice. to the honor of the !
chin and instrumental. The instru- vulsive actions on such a broad scale, ships in an irregular line had representing _
After that came the concert, of University of Florida
mental music was played on the accompanied as they are by melodious been following the curve of the recognition
which the program was as follows: uneven will be given the men who make the
march in a Pullman containing 472 explosions of TNT calibre the like coast of Northern Italy all day, weaving
people, "mostly girls/ Coronation March. ,, from The of which is found nowhere else in the in and out, at no time more than lebating teams i in the. form of a debating j

Somehow or other. I have forgotten' Prophet-Meyerbeer. realms of nature, can be correctly designated five or six miles from'the land. Night letter, and it is possible that
2. Overture. :Morning, Noon and : some recognition be given by the
,I only by the term, Tooticism.In .
what happened.on the rest of the trip. had descended and with carefully cov-
Night in Vienna-F. von Suppe. I r Faculty for the amout t of work don?.
Ah, dear K. of P. Hall, you seemed physical grace and beauty of ered port holes, so that not even"pin a
3.-Vocal Solo-Good Bye-Tosti- The first debates of the Inter-So-
movement Tootie is in class all his
with your luxurious canvas cots and point of light could bo visible to I
Regero. :iety series have already been s herl-
free entertainment at all hours, like own-not necessarily a small one at the lurking enemy, the Boche, and hi-
home indeed to ns during the next 4.-Idle Hours-Kretschmer. I that, either. As he propels his sylph- I prowling U-boats the convoy continued uled. Peabody will debate the 'Agricultural

few days. Sweet music on the conchshell 5.-a-Hungarian( Dance, No. 5. like anatomy about the confines of the on its way. Club on February 15, and

accompanied the noble cr sh, (Hungarian) Dance, No. 0.() campus admiring glances are cast I I the John Marshall Debating Society
Let shift to
us now our
viewpoint will meet the Benton :
Intermission from every side: -and the desire Engineering
.bucket after bucket of clear I fpr ''the '
pure interior of the forecastle of the
Guard Patrol-Eilenberg I emulation which he creates in the Society the following week. !
faucet water thundered down on the 1.- Mount '
!i American steamer Suruga. The Su- I IJ
The for the
questions Inter-Socil'ty
heads of who strivingto 3.-Cornet Solo At Dawning, minds oftho;e who, are less accom- <
persons were plished, gives !1 ruea had left Genoa that morning andwas" debates have not been settled as fat: !
Bartlett. important stimulusto
follow fashion by being late to the Cadman. Neil an J
I bound for Algiers in fh but will be anr.ounced within
it. rn i a'short
show. The entertainment swill 4.-The Whistler and His Dog- a movement that will do much to- ;
was Africa for of cork bi '*' time. '
ward bettering 'the general a car ro ; : I I '
I tell Pryor. appearance '
you. of U. of F. men from standpoint of her route la jr'th that of tof Next week's Alligator will contain :
Entrance of the Gladiators a
5.-March. :
That afternoon we serenaded the the she tak rules the
Fucik. I of locomotion. In fact, it is estimated / convoy > w s he governing Inter-So-
new governor and wife. How glad by who vantage of tin nrotection off. <,.H- debates so that no confn; n !
many are recognized
he was to see us! Each of us shook ;i All encores were of popular na- numbers and kning with the :r isunderstandig may arise' !
authorities the "
on subject that in
him by the hand and he told I ture. the girls being especially pleased a
us so. comparatively short, space of time. While the r-erchant ship go ivalry will be uusually keen /' a
Now we come to the mud. Next :I with our rendition of "Suwanee" and due to the influence exerted by carries but two guns, or. fo -a!". aar, for'the Farr Literary So;
morning we lead the parade to the "Whispering." The girls were 'most Tootie's remarkable maneuvers the i and ore aft. a shot from ore of these j has held the Faculty Cup for ,:\V" I

governor's mansion. The Moultrie tickled to death at ''TheVhist1er and entire personnel of our well known, is just as demoralizing for a sub I j years and should they retain the cup f I f

band and Marianna band stuck in the 1 His Dog," and some one reports that military organization will have marine as if fired from a regular navy J again this 'year, it will become the ;
acquired -
mud, but boys, I hope to tell you that he saw some girls weeping silently a style of ambulation destroyer A gun i is. a gun anywherethat permanent possession of the Farr !

we made that trip. We played sometimes during our' touching presentation of ful: and cadehced in nature that so graceful their- you mount, and the Germans I Litts. For the next three months debating I 1 tI r

too. That is, those of us played von Suppe's beautiful overture. But formations will be models of precisionand have been taught this more times I.I will be of unusual interest and I

who could; there were too many absolutely the best thing there was unanimity. than one. But I digress. The forecastle great actjyity is expected.COSMOPOLITAN !

girls on the sidewalks. | Tony's singing. He has a voice cap Even though Tootie: can not be with contained a large pot-bellied

That afternoon the melancholy : able of"great power and expression us' all the.time; his "memory lingers" stove, red hot on top of which sat a' CLUB.

rains held sway. : and was at his best in the five or sir! However, when the time for chasingthe I huge kettle of tea. Along: the walls After a half hours snappy'oreine*!

Shave and Shoe Shine More Mud. numbers which he sang. The girl pigskin rolls around we shall were the crews bunks and seated on I meeting, the Cosmopolitan Chsb wa'\

(You know that tune). were utterly charmed with his sine- again witness his advent in all his: 1' these and on a loner bench beside the entertained by Mr. Charles Regerc.

That (Tuesday) night We, cushioned ing. and magnetic personality. glory and gaiety, and may the guardI I stove were eight Chinamen and myself who in his inimitable ar.d well know

from the noise of the reception "Chink" Ridelon made a little speechin ian angels of our football enemies be !" the only white man. It was i i style gave an account of the band't .

by the sweet laughter of three layers the middle of the program, thank- with them then for Tootie is just I|: about five bells in the second dog sojurn in that wild land of nncer- #
ing his friends-just girl there j: watch or in the land man's parlance !
i of girls, played a concert till time every Tootie, after all,, no less but possibly tainity and adventure-Tallahassee,
to dance. A little pickaninny -for the good time he had. "Chink"was more, the only extant specimen of 1| half past six in the evenin Outside I The band's numerous adventures and

to penetrate the girls. He managto SOME mascot, and. a holy terror his type in existence.eyes 1 it was dark and cold, inside it was escapades were recited in a marae r

denied it very ': with the ladies. ,_. .- light and warn J did not belong that brought tears to the eyes of ad
flatly had of course, but we The evening after the concert was I i down there with the Chinks, but left ; present. i
ancesters, and told him were swimming in tears when
so. He wouldn't even admit he hadgarments. something that we will long rem em- the time for parting came. my quarters to pay them a visit and Mr. M. Stein followed Mr. Regero. ,

ber.: Every member of the band, with Well, now we are home again and try to pick up some of their language.We with an instructive talk on the "re
Then one exception, had managed to find presented a picture! fit for a construction period" that we are R
SOME\ danc"ej maybe in time we'll be glad of it but nQw
JAZZ. We I 1 I
Or tried the one little girl in the worldforthe there will be Remington to paint. clad only in blue uu, Mr. Stein forcibly emphasized
o'eloclc.! to, in that crowd until 3 time being, and -the writer has sure'for band some sweet memories f dungery nants and an undershirt, the need for cool thinking, but did

more bUckets Then We retUrned, to meet reliable information to the'effect that looks back every or the 1921 boy Tallahassee wh:!n .1 I :some!' with. :shoes!' some bare-footed,: not believe that the future need b. 4
of cold water at the some with !' slippers feared.
dooa WowI!!! there were some strongly beating trip. I i taking our i
I, hearts and sweet lips around Tallahassee -.I RALPH P. PERKINS. ease between watches, sipping tea Plans are being made for the _

e got to bad that night at 6.25 that evening, and that someBARBER'S JACKSON H. M'DONALD. j[ _smoker that will be held at*the end \ 1
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I : I Ii +1 I The Publicity Committee of the Tin In
Paris, Jan. 14.
i /y :- age of Minister Can Tourist Jubilee is hard at workas ,
I : T':2: LeUer!
.- :. and Prefect of : is evidenced by the number of JacksonvilleHOTEL
JI Luqi policemen have bright colored 'pennants that have
phony orchestra.
sold for use on automobiles.
i : .... New Yorfk, Jan. 1.:.-A good many' on the active list Thees pennants were put on sale by SEMINOlE[
I .. .to. people who would otherwise has ef '!1! hmiself is just a meansof
4. I f I' been pretty scornful toward Col. Edward ;|I I man. This band the advertising publicity the Jubilee and bear Chas. G. Day Mgr

r B. H. Green, son of the !late lar concerts, the : : uGah es-
I the following inscription:
r Hetty Green, because he had a Pekinese funds of the Jubi-
I yule, Florida, Tin Can Tourist :
doy worth $200 that a thief! On special "

; ,I r could, steal, will be softened uy the the streets or ) lee, March 15 through 18. also How Long Has It Been
I fact that after catching the thief with sions. They : The committee on publicity
+ r the dog under his arm, ('o!. Green charity. promise other advertising matter of since you last treated you
!' bought him a meal. equal importance, this to be in circulation to a Juicy Porterhouse

within the next few days. French Fried !
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t U. S. admirals received Anyone who is in touch with Tin done
', ;. Navy nave up as you like-it? f
j I g". exceedingly 1 cordial welcome I in 'ariut Praetorian Can Tourists traveling in the southern This is our Special
I ; parts of the world at various: a cafeteria style I re part of the State, or who know Unh'e1-
I times, .ften with large committeesand : night, January 1 anyone living in a South Florida city Combination, with a Sqecj

I refreshments and everything. 7:30 p. m. in having a camp site, is requested to Price to Students.

: '_. But no welcoming committee ever r.vl offices, and you communicate with J. E. Blocker, s

., I i more real heartiness into its job than and bring your chairman of the committee on pub- mum' DINING X00 J 3
.. did that one which greeted Rear Admiral friend, and buy Ii ity. This will aid materially in the 3i
I : McCully at Ellis island the at the small = effort to reach all parts of the State.

4 efher day. Some Russian children I II each item on the i

I I : f- :. composed the committee, and the Admiral Roast meats,
t I ;: was returning from Washington cheese straws, FARM WANTED-Wanted

I 'I K,, with the news that if he actually sauce, coffee or to hear from owner of farm or

+! h': and seriously wanted to adopt and oyster stew. All good land worth the price ask Ii

t : rear the whole seven, why he could J from this supper ; ed. .

I ; I j ,go as far as he liked, so far as the I chase regalia for ; \ The LyricFRIDAY
L. Jones, Box 551, Olney,Ill
II .'. U. S. A. was concerned. It was probably come and buy all :
I :, because the New York immigra- little bit more. : ;

i I tion officials couldn't'qinte take such kinds of COUNTY GOVERNMENT
I ii I'I'l{l!, 'I i intentions seriously that they had joyed free and we ;

+ I r stated at first that the eager little have an enjoyable ; County Judge's Court.

', Russians would all have to go back R. W. ; Bon. Bryant D. Biers, Judge
to their own upset country. The fact Office in Court HOUM "The Devil's Pass Key"Just

i I ; that the Admiral McCully is a bache- CANT STAY

4 ; ler doesn't mean to arouse any doubts FRO ; :
I j I '1' in his own heart as to the success of ; Tax Collector.

i + I i his family experiment. He collected Boston, Jan. 14. ; F. M. Kelley, Tax Collector

t them all in Russia and they range port of "mising" ; Office i. Court HousfcRegittratiop

II t 1 from three years to twelve, five girls; all come back. A ; OfficerW.

I II I l- snd; two boys. persons by Oscar Morris ArrivedSpecial
j I 1- Office in Tax Aasseas r'.
I. :t ." of police Office,
,I j I i 1\ Now that some one else has tendered to ; County Court House Value, fer

I i.: achieved courage to sue Town Topics I Ii report shows by ;

i there is new interest in town. It has police statistical deductible"P{ County Surveyor, J. W. Patton.. Colltge t-t err
! I "I : : ; been tried before but without: much 1919, to
I'I I j ; success. Mrs. Blanche Bonaparte, while Boston

f I"t rife of Jerome Napoleon Bonaparte, at times, they ; County Farm Demonstration Agent Brown, Blue or Gray Woraf .
t ,' !I of New York, Newport and Palm home again. ; C. D. Gunn vlaue
Regular $65
If.' ; I.I Beach, is the latest entrant into the The total ; ; Office Headquarters in Court Hons

I ; I : rihg. Her husband i is the great grandson sons for the year for
i i : 'I of the King of Westphalia, brother these 611 were a $40Stepinand
i 1 ,'I of the great Napoleon. Mrs. ; Board of Public Instruction

! .J Boneparte alleges that her hea'th and states that Mr. E. R. Simmons, Supt. takea

; t i nervous system have been impaired enough to release Members: ,B. R. Colson, Chairman look at it
: by Town Topics' charges ,at various going to revive Gainesville; W. H. Powell, Archer
+! times that she was "vain and foolish" cesses. ; and S. J. Ellis Nick Damat

: With an "undue desire to have her ; Alachua
I photograph taken. t "Big Bill" ; Meetings-Second Friday Momthlj "The, Beat Tailor In Town

i :I ---- customs, has a Tax Assessor.E. .
manner; but when F. Corbett, Tax Assessor
The information that one-fifth of
I there is little use : ; Office U Court House 1CLECTIHC SHOE REPAB
) \ uur industrial and agricultural popu sion. So 1
; ; lation depends for its livelihood on DEPARTMENTSHOE
I managers and Board of County Commissioners.H. .
.1 foreign trade is an actually startling
stormed his office M.\ McL. Grady, Chairman, High
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piece of news to most of us. The I
I wanted to know Springs,
i! great U. S. A. dependent upon any PARLOR
really meant what Members: W. F. Gay, Trenton; G. M SHINE
i t : other country in the world or any
: ; other: people's money? Ha! We should calling attention DeSha, Waldo; G. H. Gibbons' ,
d'I i 'I say not! But O. K. Davis, of New ing ticket ; Archer. CHESNUT'SSHOE
names and !:
I Meeting
t! I 1 York, secretary of the National Foreign first Tuesdays IB ach!
; tickets! together month.
Trade Council, declares that it'sI
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the tax, and the STORI
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+ tiue and then
I : proceeds to prove it. j '
;.; ; 'i Mr. Davis is devoting himself pretty "The certainly law has did Sheriff. Office

: heavily just now to making every been ; Telephone) 149-J. --tlOES
I ; t business man in the !land appreciate long time." It is P. G. Ramsey, Sheriff1
, forced. But-but Satisfaction GuaranteedSouth
Residence Phone 298
the '
importance of going to the convention -
'I: : to be held by the Council ,in we start this?" W T. Bruton, Chief Deiraty Side Square
i I J Cleveland) next May, and he is carrying mediately, and the : I Residence Phone 93-q
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11 his figures with him all the time, -
p' : ready to prove anything. Moreover, had entirely ended i|I Congressional Representative.
r :
f 'every industry in the country exports GNESVILEELECTRiO [&
:'I I : : some part of its finished products One of the sad ; Alachun cou ty is part of the Sec, ;

,! f '", ," he says, "and pretty nearly separated from ; Congressional District and is rep- :
, 't'i ;' everyone of them imports some essen- '; to some men, is by the Hon. Frank Clark SUPPLY

1 I f f i r' .:. tilt raw materials." Oh, well, as Alimony or address Gainesville.
j ;' they have to pay i
! r tcmeone said sometime previous to
; i' this, "It's a small world, after all." cooking cuts deeper !i! Circuit Court-Eirhth CircuitB. I
books than the old COPNY
A. Thrasher Judge
II; rangement did.
,t' Brandon Tynan has stepped into .
the New York M. S. Cheves
Clerk and Auditor !
i R the role of "The Vagabond" in GeorgeCohan's I
decision that a man Geo. E. Evans, Assistant to ClerkA.
: I I' : t melodramatic
i' farce !
f with his wife .
i'I I I: !. : Tavern.. Arnold Daly has been playing income Attorney LAMP SHADES !
tax Fall
: by Legislature
t '
I i this
i ;. part, which is the lead of the allowed in that ;
third I
Monday in
; piece, and has made definite ; to.cond II
U a suet
, : I t alimony or << Monday im 1 January.Spring I
c?<*s of it. ;
has been
!! given ?
.I for the change. Mr. Daly your wife comes i term changed from third When you need anythlBr I
simply '
: 1 ; !: I penses and is not taken im May to second Monday in .trial, drop in and see V. I
I no active
part in Irish
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-- -- 1 I PRACTICE HIGH MEETING struct the track- and level the athleth It has been announced that the University .' =:

field was a good proof that the men will accept the invitation of
: Bailey Last Friday all students of the taking Military Science are solidly in Jacksonville to play this spring a return
rT1 Practice High turned out to a meet- back of any movement for college im match in their city. The date ;
ing for the purpose of organizing a provement. It will be a saving of of the affair will be announced later. '
. super-club and to add some more pep several hundred dollars to the Ath- fn the matches the lack of an abund
7uf FLORID- to pepper. letic Association, will create a more ant number of tennis courts was clearly -
I The various activities to be pursued favorable impression on visiting demonstrated, and this fact was
sellsHickeySreeman as outlined by a Practice High teams, and it will mean that the commented on frequently by the spec-
I wit are: bull fests, dog feasts, zip teams who use the track for work- ,tators. and visitors.
Clothes \ suppers, cigar bonfires, outlet of phy- outs and training will be greatly bene- In the doubles Hirschberg and Blitz
sical energy, alias, athletics and out fitted. Prof. Reed of the Engineering were matched against Cohen ar.d Robbins .
let of mental energy, which is press- school laid out a 220-yard The later played hard but
ing forth, alias, literary activities. straight-away which will be constructed were unsuccessful against the keen,
. -- ... .. ...... .. They intend to grace the Seminole by the students. There are I accurate drives of the former '
with a complete page of Beau Brum- very few coll ges in the country that The tennis club of the University
mels, serving two purposes, to aid the can boast of a 220-yard straight expects to have in the near future a ,
DROP mOTTO Seminole; and break the monotony away. It will be one of the biggest series of games against Stetson and
I 'f looking at so many homeful, sim- factors in inducing the S. I. A. A. other Southern Colleges. At presentthe
le faces.' In other words they want championship to come to the univers club and school authorities have
F. STOCK .t -, live wire organization shooting ity when our turn comes. not definitely arranged any schedule
; arks, which will be both social and for the tennis team, but besides the 1
structive. The Military Science Department is match to be held in Jacksonville, ef- '
Tailor 'Participation in, Inter-Collegiate preparing to put on a big demonstration forts are being made to engage in a ;
athletics are desired and they are during the high school meet this tournament with our neighboringand I
Alteration Cleaning: Pressin looking forward to a good team of spring. They will show to the college friendly college: Stetson, which j
I' baseball, and also they desire to enter and visitors what an infantry regiment is in DeLand, Florida. Students are I
Phone 354 Gainesville Fa"RjarcnizjaWJi some representatives in the State can do in the way of laying a urged to play and offer competition '
\ High School Track Meet to be held barrage with one pounders, machine for the contestants for the tennis

4II -' -, -, here about April. guns, Stokes mortars, etc. There team to represent the University.
I Officers were elected: T. L. Pen- will also be a liberal use of pyrotech- Letters are to be given to members .
lr1J. darels, received honor of Chief. High i I nics in the night operations. It i-' |lof the varsity who have shown their
Potentate of Order of Practice High- also planned to han an army pl- right to them by sufficient work.
9; ers and A. L. Spears was fortunately assist with flares, etc. I
chosen as right-hand man and I
TARR FURNITURE CO., Inc. i i.r "Jerry on the Job," that is, Vive Chief Under'the head of Procurmen* loneyIs :
High Potentate. A. L. Garrit had the Reserve Officers there is a very *
Tampa, i combined honors of Secretary of State teresting article in January's Infantry ,
r. | ( and Chancellorof the Exechequer conferred Journal. Those interested can'
Sales Agents For I! upon himself. Further pro- have same by applying to the Military i- ,
[ f jceeding and activities of this infant Science Department. -
[Berlrey ml tey Furniture, Globe Wemicke Sectional BookCase zf; organization will be published '
[ *, Aeolian, Vocation, Pathe Phoaoprssph, Napanee tm,I in their official organ of pub. STATE TENNIS CHAMPS .
licity "The Alligator" DEFAT "U" TEAMIn "
en CabineU, Belding Hall Rofrigerators, Aerokix Porch g -- .i ?
a hard fought contest the tennis :
ides Premo-Eclipse Gas Ranges Domestic Science champions of the State of Flor, tnergy
lass Cookstovea, Robinson Rodgers "KestwelT A sand table'is being constructed ida decisively defeated the team re

Furniture Floor China Fir&-I for the Senior class in Military resenting the University e
Office Coverings, Dr&pexies, Science. The class in Field Engineer matches were good exhibitions of

Glassware, Window Shades, Awnings. ing under Capt. Culen will construct clever tennis, but the more steady. And It will work '.
lodel trench systems, etc., with strokes and surer driving of the visitors -
the If will '
lodel got them the decision. you .. .
I equipment from the
chool: at Fort Leavenworth. Infantry The tournament, held on the Uni Let it ti ork- .' / :
versity tennis courts before a largeattendance But if you ,, -V{- .-

.. of tennis enthusiasts Hoard it "
-- - a. - The Battalion's showing of hand gavea S -
when volunteers were asked to recon won demonstration the of the ability t==t Or carry it around !
championship for
the visitors.
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i, ;. THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR All who are interested in trainingfor Hi

J Ji i I to take a business work in career the summer and would school like in You (can't t beat these values:

F! EDITORIAL DEPARTMENT certain subjects directly connected *

Herbert G. Ford .... __.-- ._Editor in Chief with business. management are re- I
I C. Stuart Hall, J.:.. _........._____..Managing Editor quested to consult Prof. Bristol as W''re cleaning up our odd suits' unsold-they'ye Hart Seta tt,
I., Truman Green ......._..._-____ -- ........._ Assistant Managing :Editor soon as possible. If a sufficient number Mark finest suits for this fall men 8 'purchase-models s and more conservative, stouts: ,
y:. F. O. Spain, Jr .Sporting Editors A. N. Selle are interested an endeavor : regulars 1 clothe and stubs-yodng cost more to tal.1. d-

':.' ROY B. Hoskins, Murray Cohen, Har-old Klock, ....... Reporters made to secure the services of : These

: Richard Knight _._ ._..-.-..______... Society Editor pert in Business Management will'I: I
.. rang such courses as will
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t; BUSINESS DEPARTMENT best the work regularly offered $32.5O (

1 Herbert M. Friedlander _..__ ..-... .w. .. Business Manager Department of Sociology and Eno- !: ,

Maurice Stein .__.... ..._.._-_.-..Ass't Business Manager nomics.

: r .M. B. Knight W ___.. Foramaa $57.50"R to $80.00
i I. \ .a... O. Smith Competitor the front row of the audien:-e
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i ,t k A T. Moore__. .,_...._. ___ Pressman comes this epistle. From Tallahassee !
; 1 : '; to Gainesville our souls fairly
f: < .. shriek to yours. It is enough to keen
Entered as second class matter. September 28, 1912 at the post- you awake nights and destroy your
I ; oflc at Gainesril]*, Pla., umder the Aot of March 3d, 1879. slumbers. For fear that you should I

I : Place all com UJlieations and news items in boxes designated for thatpurpose mistake it for the snoring of your: Wolf Brother '
: im
I r Peabody and LanguageHalls. room mates we here transcribe it.
i t. You have "vamped" us completely
; Rate:-The Florida Alligator, L50 the year. with your eyes and voice-especia'1';!

i ", the eyes. Pray tell us what lies b'- 'I TAMPA FLA.
j' --Vt4 --
: -- hind them. Perchance Paradk.' ,
Perchance a Vacuum! Who knows !Ii
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\ I"l ; Are you as much devil and as much !Ii

l:! ; The one vital issue that will present itself to the Student Body: angel as you seem?
I Isn't this stuff rotten?
l :!' t 'of the University of Florida within the next three months, is to Itismeaitj
t I J i ; make certain that when the University Budget comes before t*-.eState tobe thusly. After meal in our di 1U>
ti II ing room can you blame us? Thee ,
\ I .
I Legislature in April its passage will be assured.
: {! : There is no need of presenting again the importance of Budr*-t is also another reason why we
Ii \ be held accountable for ment ,1 Hotel Hillsboro
t lt! ; f both to the individual student and to the institution as a whole' j. our
wandering (0.i e.) our hair is bobb i
1\\ jh 1 That we are in absolute need of new equipment and buildings ;1',1: 4
!I j if k : order to carry on the same standard of work that has been carrie; 1 -We are free independent thinke I '" ," "TOP O'THETOWN"
i h I :: on, that the salaries of our professors must be nearer that whiVi' Information: that we have recei 1 i

j I! i I is paid at other !universities! all this the student knows full welLif \\ are leads the to better to the half conclusion of quite thata a ha;:. n; 4 Largest All Year Round Hotel
: But unless this knowledge which comes only after years arc .
Win InState
II' spent at the University, is spread throughout the State it will t"? and that each spring as the sap stirs:
the trees ard Sis strikes Pa for ,
h of no benefit to the University. The experience and opinion of a
i 't'' new hat and love runs riot in te!: J.
I ; f I 1 every individual student can be a force of inestimable value, if "t Tampa Florida!
;!1. makes known movies you enroll several new men 1-
11 and felt. It can make certain that when the University
i i!: Budget is presented that united bers. In order to avoid the rush we
a State, united in its demand -
,' 'j that higher education hereby make formal application f r
; I for the State of Florida be main-
; tained on the high level honorary and absentee (if necesja )
same that it has in the past, that the ,
4 1 1 University of Florida shall that membership in the afore mentioned i- vms&sss&szRrmnxmfto :
I F i. keep high character that it r-a.-:
I had in the past. stitution. For qualification see i ie

: The time is short. Three months remain. To make the most following which applies for both- a !:fil

i I' Iii; r of our opportunity! there is but one thing} to be done. Each stu full l: Foot Ball
; ,1 : dent must appoint himseK? as a Committee of Publicity: to make Age-Free. White and Twenty-one g; Shoes, Uniforms and Supplies, .

t i j r the achievements of the University! known "back home," and then .Looks, perfectly damgorgeous in !fi

; : there need be no doubt as to the passage of the University Budget '.hoe dark. Financial conditions .... '? Base Ball
in April. range from bad to worseusuallyworse
r I .: Gloves, Mitts Shoes and
I I' ,t' than that. Mental status- 1 : Supplies,
I ; i ; Judge for yourself. Qualificatio:

: t'tl ; YOUR LITERARY SOCIETY. j I for position applied for.....,._...__.. .. TennisRackets

I Many years exnerience- (.the -mnr----- Wh...- Balls and Supplies,
; f i "I There is nothing that so emphasizes the need for encouraging experience the less we know). Good :tf

q, i; il" I debating as the fact that so few men are able to present, when occasion referent: Bicycles

arises, their ideas on public questions in a manner that If the above meets with your approval Repairing: and Supplies.
I commands attention. The man with university training is expected signify the same by immed-
i ) and justly so. to take a stand on every issue of the day. iately forwarding application blanks
I Debating is the best .possible training that will enable you to and identification tags. B. LILIENBLUM

!; come up to what'is expected in this direction. The place to get Yo'se (if you want ua)' .

I the preliminary experience, to try yourself out, is in the Literary In nerve racking suspense,
Society to which j (Names \aKfiH i TiirdnirtijrjiL P
belong. The and address ,
you who
:i Society regularly during the year, whether man he has attends debated a Literary or not, -...-..-...........................-upon.....-.....pplication.-.....)..

I L acquires a certain familiarity in talking on his feet before an ...
l f audience, that Baird Hardware ,
[, makes itself felt on every occasion when he is Co.
on to speak. i

;; I\. 'l ing To the a certain extent every student faces the problem of evaluat SPORTING GOODSKODAKS Yon Can Lead a Cork to Water but
'I many things that a man ought to get out of college. The
art of expressing your ideas in a manner that will command at- CUTLERY You Cannot Make, it Sink
tention deserves to occupy a high place in that evaluation. : '
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f THE FACULTY COLUMN. I : you about float on your imagination on but let it

i Attention is called I i sink in your mind until you find out that seeing
to Faculty Opinion, a column that will hereafter :- & COMPANYDRUGGISTS ;
; be a regular department of The Alligator. Much has bee is believing. Absent treatment wont get you one

is, said about the student point of view, but it is rarely ever that:
of these all
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the other one in Orion? And have gle star. .

you wondered whether they were It is impossible to study any subject
Everyone should have two hobbies
clouds of cosmic dust or external galaxies without learning to know, it
one for the mind, one for the body. A too remote to be resolved? And pioneers and makers. This is a prec

#tbeat: hobby is the adult's play, somethingwe have you seen the reflection of Venus I ious phase of the work. You coul-
take or lay down will.
I up at If
I like pale moonlight; do you realize not go far in literature without meeting
you have no hobby, find one today at
I that the of from
,. the library. John Burroughs rays light Alpha Shakespeare, Goethe, Hugo, Irv-
leading natural scientist Cygnus that are seen at night have ing, Kant, Spencer, Spinotoa, Emerson -
\." r- '. advocates been on their way for over three cen-
A Good Place to Eat ,. '- + that everyone should be conversant turies? And do you know that the ; nor in science without meeting
with one of the sciences. Nothing Darwin, Humboldt, Pasteur, Haeckel
i .1 more conducive to rationality afid is cluster off 50,000 suns in Herculesare Tyndall. The souls of the great are .
30,000 light ? Are
years away !
tranquility of mind than a study of like stars, leading men on to the cra-

... ................. ........ pose some of natural this article science.to It set is forth the pur-the you that familiar astronomers with speak the stages of? of White life babe dle-side in where swaddling some clothes.new truth So lies wit]a' :

-... .,, hot suns in their infancy, red ones in into touch wit
astronomy we come
.i ;, '-Y ;' ... pleasures of Astronomy as a hobby.
middle life, old dark ones in the cold
minds of -
the most profound
While most of us have neither the some of
The Alachua Restaurant and embrace of cosmic death. There are
Lunch Roum !knowledge of higher mathematics nor history: Galilies Copernicus, La
the many stars single to the best eye that Place, Herchell, Brashear, Keeler. It
to take
FOR LADIES AND G GENTLEMEN up astronomy j are double or triple in the telescope. of,
I professionally, yet none of the J'I has run a more spectacular gamut
Half a Block from Atlantic Coast Una Depot ( sciences lend themselves more read- I I Systems. of suns revolving about a : theological persecution than any of E

0..on.507 1 ily to amateur endeavor than this common center. the other sciences. It used to be that

GalBtavillefFiorld one. And I am convinced that few* Astronomy is a comprehensive people who sat up nights monkeyingwith
science. It includes many; you wilt the solar system were burnt at
J of them will aid one more in appre- ] ;
elating Carlysles's formula "concern- ; learn chemistry here. history, myth. l he: stake like Bruno, imprisoned for

I I, ology, language. If you are inter- life or made miserable in other petty
ing our vital relations of this
mysterious p ted in derivations you will enjoy,, ways. Martin Luther openly ridiculed -
universe, and our duty and
: astronomy. Why do month and moon Prof. Copernicus, head of the
destiny here. It is said that Emer- '
some from the some root? Why are mathematics department at Cracow
son when old, lamented that some-one ,
luratics named from Luna the moon? for moving the sun to the centre of
had not taught him the constellations
IS THE OFFICIAL PHOT1R"PJ-f...q Moonlieht was once supposed to af- its system and "conferring upon the
MARABLE when young. But why all this fuss
FOR THE UNIVERSITY OFELORIDA {. f vt the mind. The student of mathematics earth a two-fold motion." Throue''!
about the stars? Is not the astron-
will find much to absorb hisenerv the generosity of our engineering department -
over an old man with flowing locks
\ here when he begins to real- we have access to theif
and a far-away gaze in his eye?
ize with John Lvndall that space has telescope, a splendid instrument o*
.. Astronomy in the i professional 1
of. .
' ._ '=/ a height which cannot! be found; a some 3 or 4 inches anerature. tt reveals
sense is very practical. Correct
Tenth that cannot be sounded: a double stars, cloudy nebulae a"
time is determined by the naval ob
,- -- ij- "xa breadth that defies estimation. Meas- far-away sun clusters, nicely.

While In servatory at Washington. Do your rrelpss space: no beeinnintr- ends In conclusion I mav s'1""lP sf fba* .,*'
Jacksonville ; J 3 know that the ships which bring ,u
*Td that ..
we are consequently as "near of this is not without i*4 t ad ant"-"
food from afar could
not trace
the ,.pntrn of the universe here, as we Tt is the most ratural thinf in n.
Bourses upon the trackless waste, but ,
would be ..
anywhere. world to put your hand on *hoor *
for nautical almanacs and practical Persons who follow TY'vtJoloy will shoulder or about the wa'V o*

q9i astronomy? Remote and u) certain find nlpasure in studying the classical beginner, when attemntinO' to YW..:-
d dates in history have been
Q constellations and names of planets. out some obscure elp3'al <,*,:,., t

astronomical computation based on Whv our largest one is called Jupi- And I imagine tba- man' >u,*-.. 1-, '
I eclipses and the like. And civil en-, ter* the red Mars the ,\
one : fascinatingone some heavenly PT"pria Toi -1. i
(It'oIJtn.nd mJ gineering deals much with the circum- Venus; the nearest to the sun. so. You understand Tam i't *',..Q1. H.
polar constellations.The j
Mercury:\ etc. The chemist will 'tard per from experience : p'e'"etv in 'iJ
heavenly bodies have always aghast at the achievements ating the
o' t>*> social possibilities.
9)i) called forth man's adoration. At spectroscope wHh shows tha '.- PAUL J. SWEENEY.

w: sight of them the poet has been enthused universe is mad of the same ele

and the psalmist has waxed
I throughout. Th/ student of r .

Tested Glane late; eloquent. How natural to worship the will find that beyond a doubt f .,1'j"- ; '. _c" ... ;
sun, visible author of all life! dealing with the oldest natural scarf :

Have you seen the blue glimmer o being known to the ancient Hebrews TORAH

We Do Our Own Lens Grinding- Vega; glowing white Sirins; old Assyrians and Chinese; the latter 1 I %1 ORTON'S

steady shining/ Aldebaran; sterlingCapella making calculations with Considerable OVELTIES.ART .
No ; matchless Canopus. visible
accuracy as early as 5.000 years
only in our Southern skies; Archturusof aso. AH of these things you can and GIFT SHOP

classic renown; the nebule in An- learn Maker of Picture FramesDon't
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O.H.Oo1esI & SOn.J dromeda, visible to the naked eye and' obtain the annual parallax of a sin- --

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1 f' Ze Americans play ze many games. chair, a beautiful girl snuggled debating team of Brigham Young i i THE MEN STORE I II
[ I,: One of ze, big games ees called bas down in, it, her head leaned back so'' University. representing the affirmative
ketball. Zere ees five men on ze side that she is looking up into the face of defeated the Princeton debating -

and zey play wiz ze grand ball, which the man who is bending so attentivelyover team on the subject, "Resolved, I W i + + C1 ntater.1'Io.1
I ees ze size of ze German cannon ball her. That the United States should pass iOftNiON
: oui. Ze players haf ze little uniforms Now he reaches his arm around her. a.law prohibiting strikes in essential in and
i on, wiz ze arms and legs bare. Her head is pressed against bis} industries, Constitutionality waived." I- When >>.sk Home Boy, Cane See I II
i 4Mon Dieu," I no understand, eet ees heart. Speech at this time would be t Several judges who heard the de- ,| tTpko-Date Stock of Gent's Furnishings I IAMERIFLAN
,: strange Yet zey arrest ze woman impossible. bate characterized it as being ,one j I Our
I I what haf on no clothes much. I Listen: We hear her struggled of the closest and most interesting j 1
: t Ze man come out and blow ze whisper: "Oh, dear, you hurt." In:1 debates that they had ever beard. ,!

{I. whistle, which ees signal to play. ow, earnest voice, he says: "Well, I ----- j .. .. -- .. .., ..... ......,'- ... -
f Zey play so fast and ze grand ball, simply cannot help hurting you a little Carnegie Tech plans are on foot to --
I j: I ;, eet shoot in ze air mule fois. Zen ze I bit. You don't mind that, do keep the football squad organizedthe .

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very low and eet make heem haf ze Again we hear only silence. They ;
U mal d'estomac. Ze man, he get very seem perfectly contented.It r The University 0 Nevada defeated .
I' ,I angry, red in ze face and he shake is not long however, that they |I the University of Hawaii, 14-0, in a SHOE REPAIR COMPANYAND !
t i ze hand wildly and say to man by remain in this position. He does not I game played in Honolulu on Christmas I
; ; neem, "Dmmm you." Zen I put ze seem eQntent with what he can see of day. This was the first game SHINE PARLOR
1 fingers in ze ears. Mon dieu, jze her face. ever played between Hawaii and a I
: Americans ees so wicked zey say ze Her eyes' are a violet gray. He mainland team. 11II ;
') I ; vile sings and get mad queeck and bends further over so that he can Geo Tampas and Louis Eliades, Proprietors
I .1 blow-up like ze balloon. see into well see into her mouth.. Both Harvard and Yale are send- 115 West Main Street North-Phone 139.
One of ze players, he throw ze ball Because of course, it is the dentist ing their baseball teams South to J. Y. Blame, Agent; Room 31 Buckman
\I I p in a cage which ees hung on ze wall. ,-epairing her teeth.WONDER. train this year. Harvard at present Gai vi1le'' Florida G
i h And everybody shout and make ze I has an excellent hockey team. Gi

!I 1 t I: J.: grand t ees noise.so simple I know to not put why ze for ball, fore in WHY .Indiana University_is offering 851 oft'. .,. ... ... ... .. ......... .... i

; .. ze basket. Ze American sees so Dr. Manchester-(across the court courses this year. '
t !: foolish.1 Zey are so loud. of Prof. Beck): Beck, I see that you --LAt -- S
.1 ;; Zen after ze ball go through ze have turned the cows out on the athletic Cincinnati University Dan
cage I behold ze two men get in ze field." Fries, football captain has been pub-
II I .I I ring in the center of ze room and I Prof. Beck-"I will tell you the 'tshing a series of articles entitled: ILSON COMPAN
; 1 sing zey arevgoing to fight. But ze season why later." What is School Spirit?" 11 yI

I I man'what blow ze whistle, he come Service
V Quality
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rl,I :f ever and 'zey raise ze arms like be CARRY ON The Y. M. C. A. has granted 52 i
I Statue of Liberty, and h'e shoot zeII "M-76." I :cholarships at the University of Nebraska ,I I
1 II ball up in ze air between zem. Again, i L : to ex-service men. This
I I no understand, why did he not gif When it seems the world's against you I money is taken from funds received :n I "GAINESVILLE'S: FOREMOST SHOPPING CENTER"
f'f'I t; ,I' > zim z.e ball where eet fell out of ze And you fail on ev'ry side; I i the United States War Work cam-
j : i J cage. Ah ze game, eet is no good. Settle down a little tighter, '< paign. Featuring
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: ; 1 After ze game ze players, zey put Stick it out till turn of tide.
d on !some' clothes and sey look lize ze OUR SCHOOL. Good Department StoreS- onIc1
1 if i; J i f' human being but, mon ami ze game It matters not how deep your trouble, "M-76." ETerything. a
: h' = t; ees to good because zere ees no drink Or how long you've borne it thru; t
:I I :II JI f] t* pro wiz eeL Do not weaken or give under In size it's not the largest, and in
d I ( Just ahead the skies are blue. numbers does not lead,

t J" f Jest Pants. Each man is not a genius, and for this
Pants are made for man, not for Times will come when things are there's not a need; '
I women; women are made for men darker, For if each will do his duty, fill his (' ..-/
not pants. When a man pants for a There'll be days when plans go work with vim and zeal, -
I i woman and a woman pants for a man wrong; We can make our school tHe foremost,
I I : they are a pair of pants. Such pants But the man who keeps on plugging, her influence felt and real. SPEEDIE'S PLACE
; } 4 I don't last Pants are like molasses; Isj the man who'll} get along. i
i! they are thin in hot weather and Wealth can't make our institution tho Headquarters for
j t' thick in cold weather. Men* are oft- I Success is'net for those who falter it's plain it does its share, 11

; en mistaken in pants. Such mistakes When they're facing grim defeat, The faculty can't teach us much, if University Students
i are breaches of promise. There has ,But for those who fight the harder, we but sit and stare;
; j I been much discussion as:to whether Never know the word retreat It's a proposition clearly, that's put II Meet them there for Soft Drinks, Cigars Tobaccos, I
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:, i a : pants is singular of plural. But it up for us to solve, ,
i I ? seems that when a man wears pant So take what comes and do your duty, And the way in which to do it, Is to Candies Stationsiy> *id Souvenir Cards
it i is plural, and when he does not, it In all you do set out to win; strengthen our resolve. .
j'j'i is singular Men go on a tear in their ., For all the world detests a quitter ..... =::---..
!I'I pants ,arfd it is all right, but when But deep respect is paid-to men. Let's do all that lies before us, tend.
I i the pants go on a tear it is all wrong. ing toward our school's advance -
!I : If you want to make the pants last Candidates for Track and Relay Pur ourselves into the background, -I [I!
I make the coat first. team will report daily at 3:30 p. m. till we've given her a chance; I ...
in front of grand star.d. For as much as we promote her, There's a Lot of Comfort: in a Good Pipe
l 1 : You tell 'em moon, you've got the Several good trips are being con raise her in the world's esteem,
: I "shine". sidered, provided the team can. be In like measure we shall progress, We Have all Popu ar Styles at
whipped into j reaching with her heights supreme. t .50, .75, and 1.00
I shape.H.
I l You tell 'em, sponge, you absorb ATKINSON.i .
I it all. I L. C. Smith
if I- r Each must feel his obligation? take
ii I the part that's his to bear
; = Be persistent and courageous, never
I !! think he does not care;

_ :I = With such spirit we can do things, :,- .
take great strides in
every way, !
It's worth while to make the effort,
let us pledge ourselves today. .


3 "M-76."
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::1 t = 1 It was midnight in'my bedroom, NEW LINE OF UNIVERSITY JEWELRY AND STATIONERY,
'I i Ii 0<=! = : And I vainly tried to sleep; LARGE ASSORTMENT OF PENNANTS FRESHMAN CAPS
t :-t- S -I Iil i. While! about me roared and thundered MEMORY BOOKS ETC.

Snores of volume, loud and deep.As Everything For the Student
'tj: j ,Hj 7lAD MAAMI = I, huddled there in silence,
j Thinking thoughts of dire intent;
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beyond me in the corner,
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\ 1" 1 MOST men prefer the pipe to any other form of smoking. Came a grunted mutter spemL
(( i comfort, contentment, teal satisfaction and '. 1f = T's a fearful thug at night-time, s -
I, ,\ economy in a good pipe. W D C Pipes give you this, and To be roused by such a fuss; i i
t more. A-.lpeci2laeasonin2 process makes the genuine French And it's worse if on your right side, I DICK :EEIP '
; briar bowl break in and mellow. Pick -
J, sweet a good shape I Lies another snoring cuss.
at your nearest dealer's, at yiur pr C@. But the man inside me whispered, I dots<< of the Moment

: : WM.DEMUTH&CO..NEWVORIC As the music rose and feD; I I ioIf Franklin Street --Ttcip. "&'MU"MiA-' -
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gsftSSffifiWEs A UNIVERSITY. IDEA tural education in the very process of versity as it were to every, nook aid ;

I vocational training. This educational corner of the State? or should we

II 1 ideal has gripped the rising generation follow Chicago's Jead.with four semesters -
I II !f1 The university or college that of educators with tremendousforce or three with a 'snort summer !
$ stands for a definite and attractive
: and the Teachers' College at course, and make a special effort to
I educational idea atid program has an
!fi Columbia holds an important placein bring. students from the North daring -
asset of immeasurable value.. Harv- the development of American .educational the win f'r'teT1D, or the winter
HENRY CIDDENS CLOTHING CO .ml ard, our oldest institution of higher tuitiqn
theory and practice. and spring charging, ten a
learning, has maintained a uniqueplace
x Now age "is not necessary that an sufficient to eovgr.in large.part. the
d !fifi in American college life from educational institution should ,attain added expense, at. the same time advertising j
its Some other uni-
inception. "
very marked recognition. Reed college, Florida to:the wh6le' cotm- 1
!ffi versities and colleges, too, have work-
I located at Portland, Oregon, is only try? or should 'we follow Re.With.a. 0&
Solicits the business of College men, guaranteeing |jj ea out an educational ideal or policyor I studentgovernment
some ten or fifteen years old but it selective students body: with ,

correct styles, high grade quality and workmanship |j individuality.program which Sufch:gives an them ideal distinct tends I, has won a unique place and achieved on' an' extensive scale' and
j that'have'bec'ti tried +
already an enviable reputation. : other features
... !fi to'unify the various lieges in z. university elsewhereor I:
the incorporation was perijecjkecf a with success there and
KNOX HATS, STETSON HATS | and the various departmentsin president was selected and he organ-_ should we work bout Tomethiit new, .
each separate college. .It tends: :
I ized the project with reference to a at least in relation to the special problems t
to: unite the faculty. It is a potent I '
HANAN SHOES. | factor in developing esprit de corps certain definite educational ideal of the South end of the State,T
, I That ideal was a determining factor:. The Experiment Station connected
the students and alumni. It '
n ROGER PEET, KUPPENHEIMER | among stimulates the university to accomplish I[ in the selection of the members of the .with :the Colleee of-Agriculture has' :, .
faculty and in the selection of students achieved*some things: th at hhve'.chaitnt'd *
kind of work that to
SOCIETY BRAND CLOTHES. | a appeals '! the attention of th *sA6eut;
and an influential portion of the public -for the students are selected "
tural world. The -call.'of Dr.-Cox to
from the best that apply
fiK among i
and in the case of a State universitya
of Emory U fV h ty'i i
the gidency.
kind that appeals to the legislators That ideal has determined its athletic !
HENRY GIDDENS CLOTHING CO. and the -more 'recent-Call'r'f 'D>*n
and wirs the financial supportso policy with no intercollegiatesports
; Rolfs to South':America:have brought t!
Enffi! necessary for its continued develop- but emphasis on inter-mural ,
contests in which all faculty and the University beforethe eyes'of the
Building The ment.
? Giddens Clothing Co. ': *
! Franklin at Lafayette Phone 2276 Has the university of Florida a definite students-have a part. country. The University1( s an' enviable "\- J .:

'. Tampa,' Florida ideal? Does it stand for any- The ideals, policies and programs record. ,considering" . ;Jts. "brief'ca.-. ... I 'i
. !:Ii I thing more than to perform as well of other pace-setting institutions reer.<< :Its ..future is fuliof,: Prom
Y is possible the functions? that are SUD- might be mentioned did permit, }it
space may fill a' unique", place, among
. ,osed to be onn-ected with a State UT 'I but these suffice to illustrate what :j
Southern institutions of- higher learn'
rersity; to make good lawyers ana I is meant by a definite ideal. :1
I armers and engineers and teachersand I Has the University of Florida, 'I ing. It may set the' lace along some'. '.1

.. citizens'? Does it, perform any repeat, a definite educational ideal' line .or. ,lines. Its future" will" ,..'be .\,','. i
-':'"SSHraraffiffiEKfSfllite: ! ! !liIW \! $! ,
: function the educa-
Ihe joint
special among and programs If so. ..Vhat is it? If joint product-a product of 1

tional institutions of the South? Is not. should it have one T If it has not thought and activity .of the.admin'st J

-" : -i :> there any special and needed function and should have,.what would it be? tration and faculty, of students,alum ;
that it might perform that it is not Should we try to develop a "Harvard 5fl'jiraiCT ; ,. .

I i E performing? For example, pirjacti- of the South?" or should we get our ni and the' people bf.. the State. ..". .-..I'. :

'. cally every graduate student at Harvard cue from Wisconsin and take our uni- : I.

catches the "Harvard Spirit" ': .; !
f. .EZ1d 0; r 1IJaJn; I and carries that spirit wtih him more | ,,' Ji1 : ;

or less into his business his profession ..- :
his daily life. The Harvard Law ,jj '. ; : I
i School some years! ago introduced the '! I' I. r

I Smile Foowa the Spoon. case method of instruction. Mostj!: University! students: by patronizing .. .; .: i

law schools have followed its example j R the White House Dining'Room, may .. .. ,;,: '. 'E t.

with modifications. It may have,gone F enjoy the satisfaction of knowing ,. '; .

. too far in this respect, but it has been !. R they have the finest service and. most ; ':';.: :

-.+= t9*. : ..:teZ..-.tef lZjai r :' .f. .- .- ;i;r an innovator and contributed something F delicious food on the market. E'. : ifi .
definite not only in modifyig ;: .. ... . '
fi Table d'Hote meals $1.QO.Parties-. ; i !
methods of training for the legal pro- '
';" ,! : rauiBffini5ffiffiKffi!: ;! Y1F.fi! !fi ! !fiL! :I Im ,r.! fession but also in bringing about a [F "and Banquets, by special arrange; "'. '''J.. .\'. .

0 U+ more liberal interpretation of law and 1 t R ment. For table .reservations. .Phono: .; :..:;.: .

of constitutions in the interest qf public F No. 295. ., .... ;
THE NEW YORK RACKET jj welfare. Chicago divides her college ; I
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Agent ForFlorsheim !:I II fi i year into four terms, each term i .{.

I Shoes. a distinct. unit. One can enter Chicago i The White House Dining: oom,. .:: .. : : :

jj at the beginning of any term !:j Ei Gainesville's Social ,
I fi j f; Center. : .. .-.1'f
I !:I;i and do a complete piece of work in the # I

1 BffigffigfiagafBaggfiifffflfiaaaaffiaigf YiYiYi! !fifififififiJfif! fi! !filI !: I one term. By this system supplemented i'.7. .
extension ,
I by its program of '
I it Y;gfgffigfitfBHfifi!* Y;! !fi! Sifi ,
I f ircluding correspondence courses, ', -. I I It

I i i a y'5"!! fills a definite iffe. place Wisconsin in American stands educational forpublic : '4 t+. .. ..................'.... 4' I :

t Fi i recogized.service.as% advisors Its professors of the legis-are t :: ,. .::1i:: .. L

with its extension program .
When it to"STATIONERY" lature
comes .. J 4i
community tti
reaches "
it every j ... .
/ j fi! on to the States. Amherst still holds 411 f i. '}'- THE BON TON" .:. .

R i ,to the cultural ideal that prevailed : f '9 ; l
i l so largely in our early history as over ,

We Have It |i 3 against the vocational ideal that ha d: Refreshment. .Parlor I "* *..' "'" '_ .;'. ._ "' "
come to supplant the cultural ideal r -

j jS 3 in many of our State Universities. t. Complete 'Line of Fraternity Stationery':'ter :,r..

Plain Colored Florida ea Fraternity : 1. I Columbia largely through; ( the influence *
. of John Dewey, stands today ''.. Candies andTobaccoes allKinds, '. *

I Ask to see our LINES \.. j I. for a definite educational ideal. In '., : : \ ..1 .

: : the philosophy of John Dewey there : f' .
: !: Courtesy, Service and Strictly Sanitary ;
between culture and voca- I
.,. !: is no hiatus + ._....T"..
tion. Culture has no value for its
that is true culture : ;t'I I a,
I own sake. Only I 1
'" vrth lameness '
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which is synoTiomou'
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1 { of life. Bit a vocation is an integral cul- \* .. t . .. ... ... .... ...t!.
of life. A man may get a
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!. i, j, cFtORIDA"'3IAN TELLs 'sinking.i We scrambled:f into.the life 1 I clouds. Another ship gone. Tifree.> When we expressed a desire to sleep s n' 0 E

.>t"OY'BII.LING>:'EXPEDIENCESL .. beat:and 'lowered away, halfway down out of six in one hour. The captain,! the good priest led us to a great which stone

I i .;-.1' ; "11' DfN' LATE. WR". to. the water one of the falls stopped of that U-boat probably got a ''medal I cathedral on the mosaic floor of
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!_. :j- y l T. and 'we hung, one end slowly going for that night's work. The shore the villagers had piled straw. H B. M. TENCH

i- tC4i tinned from Page One.) down to Ul but loomed black and rocky, with We lay our weary bones down while
,I .... ., ,. ..A threatening s; us out, high, 1 looked on with calm
j y./ saints
I -I the fall started working again and we white jeweled breakers beating uponit painted '

I( : from .the Chinese cups. without-tan'djes reached the water without mishap. but we found an opening and .after -. aloofness, bred of five church hundred window yearsof 0. Gainesville,

I :i : ,and the yellow odhumcrredj .Just as we were about to shove off tipping over the life boat in th respectability on a
; : .f faces of'..the' Celestices beamixg withinterest from the doomed ship a shout was surf we landed on 'a shingly beach, as we made this rude invasion of

E\ or. 'amuse'ment as they str gJ heard from above, afid a man came I half drowned ind' more than hal" sanctum. A few of us had slight E Floridaf
J I, sliding down the falls. He landed frozen. The first thing I remembered wounds to attend to. but every man
1"! led with the tried
L $ ; tongue or and for the time *
in: the black water, one white wrist seeing on shore was a fat, rotbn of the crew was alive H
r-- to' ake"fJle Melican man understand S 0
: I the first to
; safe. The Norwegians,
i I t.' : their own high sing which shone in the darkness, a Chinaman black-robed priest, who stepped from
", I"r:: sounded, like this:. "Wong song hee wang, grabbed at it and missed, the man. a crowd of villagers and handed me be torpedoed, had lost only"One the man,

fiong kna sank again, then two white wrists an immense goblet of red wine. I but we never saw any of crew
poliang free no wang. t
. Ibidst were thrust up imploringly out of the drained this at one toss of the healin of the third i11-fated ship. It i is the See Vidal Drug Com
Suddenly in the of this peaceful -
f murky brine.: We caught him and three' gulps and feeling the warm fortune of jjar.
s For Drugs,
t scc.se .the sound of a terrific ex- Stationary, Ton.
I hauled him inboard. blood course again through my'veir s
:. .1 i';.t't plt&oa,boom, rent the air, 'sounding Articles
We got the oars out and slowly thanked the kind hearted padre an.l
I vet:far off. The excited shrill cries
jj t t of ,Cbinamen, rose to the great God drew away from the steamer. which turned to see to the crew. j t You tell 'em moon, you've. got the Souvenir Cards Waterman

f: ;:' t. .. -Bnddah,' imploring him. to ward off had burst into flames and the sour T The villagers had surrounded the :i II "shine." ;

-! _" evil while we hastily scrambled out of small explosions came to us as the ', and guided by the good priest we we e |

I ., on the deck. fire reached our ammunition magazine soon seated in the kitchen of the ca" SANITARY BARB!

? ; the shells going off one by one j latte, while pretty dark eyed sen ri- -
Not more than 509 off You tell 'em absorbit
.arqs ourstffrlroara or in of sponge, you SHOP
volleys 'three four at
a tas hustled around bringing food and "
; quarter, Norwegian Ii UL .
time; j drink, and taking our wet shoes to Gainesville Fl
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steamer ws lowly sinking, bow Drst.I .
I : We rowed for over an hour, every dry by the fire, while the priest cot In the Graham Hotel
Tire German had her. ,
got. man keyed up' to 'the highest pitch, mandered a supply of dry clothing.A ", .
:, 'While We stood gazing at this and -
moment that the
f bow Chinaman presents an odd sight!
wondering I many of the hapless boat would rise
and begin to shellus
t creW had been killed, a stentorian up dressed .in the green uniform trouse;
\ I as we were unprotected in an of the Italian soldier, a faded brow The Phifer State
vice? came,from the bridge of our own open life boat, but the Hun had Bank
bigger -
1\ } : "All bands deck all hands I. I Corduroy i waistcoat, Chinese wooded I!
; ship.:
game m for j '
as we neared soles his he'
on feet, and
; felt
i. en deck', stand by the; boats.? Wehurriedly the land a dull boom : a green Strong Safe and
l deck and smote our ; adorned with rooster, feathers such aj Accommodating
\ gained the boat ,
ears and, ar red flame'leaped
to the I I the Berglier >,
stood .fcy the lifeboats The second wear, on his he .. t

mate and .myself were the only white ,...

wen assigned to the after starboard 1 .
lifeboat/ We< 'stood. up there on the The
,.. greatest step toward establishing -
i -' ken r:'deck, the Chinamen gestilat5n.g .... ., pre-war prices that has been taken in. "
'i i i and pointing and.expecting i every Florida was Furchgott's announcement S

I'I''i minute to be the next victims. I of. z
,I I remember ene little Jay who stood / !"

j ", 'trembling with excitement and cold, ;. Michael-Stern Suitsf .
It i Mn' e hacd'holdtng blanket t, in the, '. '}}' kt

;'j --her a life preserver. In ,his panic v Styles forCollege ; ,S ,

I 4 ; ,he Was about to fling away the lifef I \, 36.50 ,_ Clothes of
i ,preserver '.ad keep the blanket. 1 .Men at :: Superb

c n kt it just in time and convinced
,i E ; J: f: "'I hIm if. the s1up''show! be sunk he Now We. Announce 25 ,i Tailoring ;
pQr.oenf off'oil'
l f I would find the life preserver the more'f' '- :

\ I : '.1lefol'ot the two. ,

.k f' Suddenly ,the frightened Chiname'n \V J. B. STETSON HATS ) .'
f f' made ''a rush ,for thei life-boat. "Come J.r.B. Stetson

II"l ,; : ''OB I bes'n, we, got to stop.,this; they .. 10.00, Hats 50 J. B. Stetson _

11 j; r L 'w.iU sink ,themselves if they get away e.. ep C -r $12.00 Hats o
t -:with the boatshouted
'I I i the mate. S
I't f : 1 We started ordering and pulling the 'The Store
II j f ,crowd back 9
I : but not until the dull Accommodotln4' J
t I'' I M& 4iUigat! gleaming i on the 'barrel of '-
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I 'Ike wate4a rev&ter as he"shoved it I
I : -into the otfth of the'pigtailediut- .. .,' i
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; t I j 'z i! .' \ "In the Hear! of Jacksorwill"'
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.' i ;\. '_'We'bad stood there about ,ten minI I
t wnen a ternfic: shock and roar -- We Fill Orders bv Mail
j I ,i ':;' hoe't the'ship, a dull red flare flamed -*** -

{I I' ; l' 10 the zenith and frAgmentsof torI .
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i!; tb and iron deck were hurled thru EVERYTHING ELECTRICAL r I

: I t w i the' air. I felt a shock of pain in my I THE COLLEGE' :BIAS'S

:: !; !? 1 'bloed'left hand and glanced at it to see :JQS. X: SEYKORAPaont I r .HEADQUARTERSPort ,
j gushing from the back .f i it \ ;

t 1 where a fragment of it had torn out apiece ... .
1 I i of' esh, but it was 197
I not the time Gainesville,
: r j i I ., t6 attend to wounds. '' he' ihip'; "was Flot'ida..l ;

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d i ; CIGARS : U., of Fla., men who run
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: t I" 'That's l MT BuiineM" .- f going

i l'!' & C- I e .. .. *J back to school. without stopping at least

i I Tampa, Florida I long: enough to see what's .
new at Por
t *; 'Pips Nugget Hav' Tampa < ter's window.
; generally take
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:;.J won't be i
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f\i\ ;4 i THOMPSON'S ELECTRICAL COMPANY I II ,-;: .. Knox Bats I ..j;

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t t' (J. UacD.'Tb. rpeoa, 'Vl .-Prui id.at a,d S*
f ; .t Metrical S.fpii__Filter*, Wfcoleelt and: Retail I : : erytlhng'Men ,
: I i t1 'ltC-I': W.., bkta.u Str..t TaJaWriorida" f ) ,. : ? and Boys Wear ; J

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