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
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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 28, 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: UF00028291:00309
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Preceded by: Orange and blue
Succeeded by: Independent Florida alligator

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EXPECTS TO HAVE + + + + + + + TEAM ;'


yew Cuts, Group Pictures, 'FancyArt -- -.- + + Lieutenant- Atkinson Has a Large

Work and Many\ Other New + + a + + + I. + Squad Out for ,Practice .EftI'V'
Features Will Help to Make the AGSDEFFATA&S. FIELD MEET TO BEHELD Afternoon and he is Patting; Tkem

Book a Success This year. Through Some Hard Training.. '
Year is in the 1
Business picking
FIVE\' IN FAST GAME Wrestling World. In .the last coupleof -IN FEBRUARYIndividual


"NOUNCED FOR FIRST TIME hanged 'hands and been a 'successfully BE ONE OF BEST IN SO Tfl

The Ajr Team Placed Themselves in I Squad. Platoon and Company "
defended by the new champ { Will'
AH Are Working Hard to Make This! the Running for. the Inter-Mural Competition Will Take ,Place The University Florida
against a challenger who is himself One of the Best Tracks in; the
Publication Worthy of the University Championship! with Victory of Under the Direction of the Military
has-been Not
a champion. so many South with 220-yard Straight
and Which Will be a Me- Friday ; a
Evening. Department.
suns ago Ed (Strangler) Lewis took away Wide Enough for Eight Mea.
Their Class!!! for all Time.
morial to
the crown from the head of Joe .
AND SCIENCESAND Stetcher by the use of the justly fam- ; (By E. C. BECK.)

Work on the 1921 Seminole has AGS ARE LEADING\ ..NOWGreat ous head-lock. It was a test of su- .NEW MATERIAL. TO HELP I I Gainesville, Fla., Jan. -22.':-Work

ken progressing rapidly and now the iremacy between the powerful legs University has begun on a new cinter track far
There Are Many Men: in the -
Florida Year Book is assuming defi- Interest is Being Shown in the University of
:cif Stetcher and the vise like grip of Good Athletes but the athletes at the
Who are, ,
T\t\ proportions. Inter-College Games! Which Mean he Stran ler's arms. It the reper- Theniselve Florida. With the. aid of fhe mili-
Haven't Developed ;
?his year the staff has departed That Florida Should Develop Great toir of Joe's grips and holds none /tary department} and the student the
Along These Lines. *
nnewhat from the usual custom and Team Work Next Year. was so deadly as the "Scissors" with ___ I old tra k. is being dug down six

1m, inaugurated !several: new features which he had worked his way up to .field meet inches and filled in with' cinders; At
There will be a .military
. fli wf are expected to make the pro- ENGINEERS AND LAWYERS WIN the top of the ladder, but Lewis' rib held on the Athletic field, Friday the .same time the entire' track is

dnttan a greater success. Gronn IX SECOND GAMES: PLAYEDThe refused to be caved in. After an morning, February. Individual being leveled; in some places'it will

r>;i"tijres are hen! squad, platoon compe-
AST defeated the Arts
r *pd of the individual ones of the: Sciences five and ing battle the Strangler got his head tition will take place according to th? : been .disked. Now tractors
Friday night inone
'last issrp. Almost all of these have of lock on the champ no less than seven of Lieutenant 'Atkinson who" mules are pulling scrapers gettingthe
the plans ,
fastest and best '
played the cinders.
!teen taken and over half have beenamt games times!' in a few minutes, and each time wilt be in charge of the affair *. ground ready for
ever seen: in the
University Gym bya The track will-boast a 100-yard anda
\ to the engraver. The remainder Joe broke the grip: he was noticeably This wi11.be the first affair of this
I score of 8 to 5, Not
straightaway. many
of the Pictures will he taken after : Both teams weaker. On the seventh time his kind ever held under the auspices of 220-yard
played a hard the can
in country
aggres- College tracks
ttp semester< examinations are overAltbnno I> :-.f-: ,;; eame, which showed' !signs of !shoulders went to the mat for the\ fa-I. he Military Department: and it is boast 220-yard straightaway. The
it. might: seem that there real basketball tal count of three and the championship expected to hold others of-.a similar
ability. The construction
Ags, witha ] of
!track now process
changed hands. Incidentally! Joe
aM"ld he legs in this VEST'Shp the first
!' pares !' well balanced team strengthenedalso natur.e if proves a success. eight starters. It
Will accommodate
14mk cnntrarv is really fTu@ 's still under the care of a doctor Lieutenant Atkinson is anxious to
with the addition of for the state
Brumby to care
a will be ,piple.
TtpP wiT he at least 300' nacres and former Varsity squad man, over- rom the effects of the crushing pow- develop a real track team here ands high school track meet, which is held

rnArhe, > nr in the new champs arms. Last doing! all in his after-
more. turned all the "dope"and placed power every, on Fleming Field' early in AprH. T:
Npw cnts hoincr, mnd themselves Monday night Lewis defended his ti noon with the men who report for
are < nf Cam- in the running for the In, ; Regulation sawdust jumping and

n sl'enp and manv" new faatnre4x'11 ter-Mural Chamnionship. The Arts tle against Earl Craddock, the former practice. vaulting pits have been made. These i i

"n1"T' in the r'i<*t.orgj| ,sPetior of_t and' SrJ- "' ''pj, tpam. a'mos* generally champion from whom Stetcher! wrest't _' There are. many men who can run are ready for the use of the jumpersand

".. Cantinnlr' ihe year. The 'fronfisM 'cetrcpde( 'lo tie{-theTtron'eest" asrgrgt- .d..th Ai.tIe.-. The. bout took place in i and jump well, but who do'not know vaulters. .

f "ipM' ""11 YJ", -P4nee illy decorated O'\tion in the leaqne could not get New York before a crowd of 10.000. this fact themselves. This ':an only Major Ward 'and the military: de- I

will represent'' the ,,pct Arlicti together for the frav. Their lack efI 1 The entire house was strongly in favor be brought out in a meet of this oartment and the entire student body

*-1"tit in the University of Florida tem work and inability to shoot baskets of. the challenger. The championwas kind and this is the main idea OT are behind! the movement. So it is a

'M.*. AIT od'tors!: a..p.nt work now on 10C1t them the crame. hissed from the time he set foot those who have the affair in hand.. certainty 'that' the new track wjll be

--! new Parioons! and illustrationr Dr' Manchester and Coach Kline on the mat utnil the end. A numberof Let's laU work hard to boost tract': completed creditably. Lieutenant:

fool merit. New and sranpv ori"11 '- are well pleased with the interest times Cad Mk was. on the point of athletics hrre. and put the University Atkinson, who 'is coaching the track.

wM<*h is heinz shown in these inh>rf'n1foO'P victory but Lewis managed to wierle -: of Florida on the map in this line. of team, is the power behind the move
'Hjitnr ioVos will awpce thrtT out. Towards!' the end Earl ant : sports.. the work
.. games fur it means the development __ ment. 'He is supervising ,
ST'V readers and wfn bo real deptratnn '
a of a real team for the> University H toehold on the Strangler that and providing ways and means of

""* ? of Florida wit and humor, : next year. brought cold sweat to the brow o* [.WILL BE NO REGULAR ISSUE OF I financing the project. As a coach the

These! are' only n few of the manvr tArts 't ALLIGATOR with the
The lineup for Friday's game: the unpopular champ He beat the NEXT WEEK ON lieutenant is 'POpular boys.!

"pw fp1Im1"@lt:! to be ;"t..nd"t"pd t h;arpr and Sciences Atrs j t mat and cried aloud in his aorony hue I 1 I _\ COI.XT dF EXAMS. He i is expected" to turn 'out 'a'.?ood..'

and the staff under the Bw'tinn C. Coxe ................R. p-.DritrersF. refused to given' when the referee I 1 STAFF TO BE team. ; '. .*
i of T. Volma l een, i i"nd is LoomisL.i: P...._...Bnimbv' Questioned! him. The veiling .of the I CHANGED Plans Collegiate 'Meet. FLieutenant "

at work to make this the beet Thompson .s .u C .-...'..Nicholsnrav crowd drowned out the cries of pain -- 'r." I Atkinson" hopes to havea

mole that has ever been pub- .R. G.WhitpStanlv that camp from the suffering man on I Due to the fact that all of next state..collegiate traclrand field meet

1,C",..d.A.o.tttnfP. ./L. G.----........Berry the mat. With an almost superhuman week will be devoted. to examinations in the -spring. This meet would include -

fn the r+re ent plans!!! the The frames for next week will be : effort he stmarflpd out pf. the there will be n/> regular issue of the University of Florida, John BJ:

!::""'i1'\1p! wilT he" off the, press! two postponed uintil Tue*dav. February r rin. and sprang to his feet He Alligator. The staff wishes to request Stetson University, Rollins College,

xek. Wore ohoo1 closes. I rushed at the challencrer. and in a that materiaj be. turned in just -and"Southern College There is also
Science will
RtV when the Arts' and
The staff !! ra"'e of fury 1iftP hiM birth overheadand the same as"usuaf so as to help 'inpetting some talk of a triangular meet at
appreciates the real eo play the Law and Agriculture will .
f1ltlnn mrn dashed him to the mat. Lewis the next issue out on time. Lexington Va., with V. M. I., Washington -
that: has hoop gl+ so fathat ptflv the Ensrineers. The final frames!
and font was orr his man instantly and locked \ Starting with the issue of Friday. and Lee, and University of
this wHl ho earried om wT The plaved Thu ?dav. February
; n.o his head in the terrible prrip. It wa1J'Y'ore February) 11, the Gator'will be und'ert"te Florida entering. Application has
completion of the work fo- 10th. and will be between the Engir --
they than Caddock could stand and supervision of the new staff for already been made for entry blanks
feel tat it? ?, only with the fnl1 and Law and Teachers and
prs the man who had been !so' close! to tho the second half of the year. for the Penn relays. Assistant-coarli
i ne1""Hnn of the! strident hodv that Arts and Science. In case of tie the
this Announcement of the personneflbfihe Atkinson hopes to send a four-man,
i production" can be made a snr- deciding came will be played on championship but a moment before view' ohernoticescf '
i with shoulder sta1as. 'w i leas) relay team, a pole abllir r, and a pentathlon -
ceas.! T"esday, Fabruarv 13, It is honed was counted out' his interest wilf be ?made'in the'next entry. *" t. t
! The to the mat. So fierce had been Lewis'srrip !
members of the staff this'!!! pear to have file Tnterelass' srame'5 start that could' i issue. JTh.e coach turned: put track shoes to \
! n' the conquered man .
I : ?mTnf diatelv after the finish of TnterATnral majority of the men last week. He
: ; not rise to his feet. The crow'!
11itc1"-inCM"J Vt"lmR Keen. serie?! and will n* "'*n Thursdav. LEON COUNTY HAS is working them out daily, and on the
\rl\nalrlnfP rushed at the> ring with cries of:
; 'Pttitor? -(':. R. Toneland. February 17th. There mill hp SNAPPY MEETINGThe ; coldest.. days one mays see men in
but when Cad }
i Rnainpat 'kill the murderer, '
i MpnWBW. Wm. Thompson six ames nlaved on three JifT'erl'r .. -- !' I track suits jogging along on a fivemile -
Associate dock was 'seen to rise and start _toward >- .
dtor-R.? p. Terry. I "r'l1ts with tpam havincr highest ner- } members 0f the Leon County run. .. .: "* 1

Ats't *ranairnr? Editor -G.: Curtis. epntacte winning.- his corner a riot was averted. Club met in' the ."Guy Roost" last! Captain A. N. Seller, 22, of Jacksonville -

At't., Bnsiress!: Mner.-J'oh1'RaJJ., ("nllt''e W. L. Pet. The champion may not be as popular Wednesday.evennia and settled all arrangeMents is the star of the squad. Sol-
l he mgiht be, but his "
Athletics-" as gameness
TTovt Carlton T,aw ._ ._.... 2 0 1000 for their page yin the lee is a good sprinter, an ordinart
LiteraryBobby cannot be doubted. There still loom Seminole. _
Howard. Arrricnlture' 2 1 75n f-__ high. jumpe and aJ exceptional

,Aetlvities:flames Merrin. and Science ._..-..__. 1 1 500 one big obstacle on the horizon; o? The club flower the "Cotton Blossom broad..jumper and pole;-vaulter.> Last
I Art-.G. Theed arts the championship career of Lewis, ," was commemorated' % Florida's entry at
__......... 1 1 5011 by '! year he was only
1 .rrrineers ..._...._._
'I JokesChas. Pfeffe I Teachers ._.__..- 0 2 000 and that is the Pole, Waldek Zyby- election of Mr Richard. Johnson" to the S. I. A. A., track meet in At-

Military G. Weli t, sko. There is no doubt in the world the high and noble office .0..Gotton lanta. He made himself felt, winning '

I $iety-Richa1'd Ifnight. ; ( after which the I that the big five in the wrestling Blossom Gatherer." more points than many larger universities

I! several vo l solos .. world have shunned thig man for(' Miss Josephine Welt 'has been with twelve-men teams. ,The

MRS f* fPt1pctc "''''foved a dpli''ntful dinnerTust !some time past, but the hue and cry chosen sponsor for the 'club and it Is I Gator boy won the broad jump'

PARR ENTERTAINS before twelve Tr.) Farr motored' I raised by the public will force Lewis believed that the Leon county pages against a big entry,list and tied for ,

Last thf euests out to the Universitv. into the ring with him. Lewis will will do justice tq this year's greatSeminole. second place in the pole vault. He i
! Friday evening, after the Those whn'had] the honor of beincr ; *"1 *" : for
better this -
! show have to meet him to save his own should be even season t
Mrs, J. M. Farr entertained hrPs''nt at this occasion were MessrsTVTahanna those athletes who
Jrml Sollee is 'of
The club one
the fare, and there are numbers and numbers adjourn d. their next I
members T... \Cook1. W. L
I of A. Reerero's orchestra, w. M. of fans who are willing: to wager meeting which is to bt heM on February is always in condition. :
and friends, at her home on West 'ron1t-,.. H. L. Edwards. A. Recrero. Another who is to '
10 the' first man expected
I and that the Pole is:; the better man. Thursday after .
trlfveJ'Sity the of C. :R. DeWitt Brown, -
avenue. In course f"f"f"t'O.
the There is only one way to find out. examination week? __ Continued on page 8 -
evening Mr. Ilegero rendered W. B. Bartlett. -,

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f' W5ABODT OFFICERS ELECTED.' to fin out the regulation form and lover'the 'first two years of the college the same sport all of the time gets rt/

1! The ..MWdy dub held its elegy came across the suggestion, "Dispo-i course. There is a growing tendency tired of it and goes stale. He should Students' Headquartcnin

t tier; .:et ofictn list Monday night alden of Carcass." :. in 'favor of the extension of then play basketball or he shouH i

t Tfase who have the honor of 4irec&my After a taeaientV thought Aussie high school work' in this manner.. and swim or play handball or engage in '

(t *. tbe dub destiiies for another wrote' en the blank line: "Mean anT. if &,is adopted, twice the present some activity which will speed him

t f I ." ar. aw as follows:? E. F. YcLean.I decettf 1"Exchange. number of students can finish their up, develop his lungs and take his

I president; J. B. Walker, vice-presi{ education at college without making mird temporarily off of boxing.It JacksonvilleHOTEL

: dent; U. B. Armstrong, secretary *n-I VACATION .... the colleges any larger than they is needless to say that cognac? -

I ., treasurer; P. L. P*adea. sergeant Little bank roll, ere we part, are today." and its first and second cousins

: arms; 1L IS. Halt, reporter. Thes. Let me hug you to my heart. schnapps and wines, interfere withan

t i i oeketa will be installed at the jrati All thru the war I've clunb to you. f +. + + + + athlete' condition. Alcohol dead- SEMINOlE

I i r meeting in F \ruarrat'eral J-V. been faithful, you"ve been true. .. Conditions ens the nerves of the stomach anti Chas. G. Day Mgr

short taH., urging deeper. Four Liberty Loans have made you that organ fails to function. Conse-

j interest. in the society, were mad limp, (By Pat Brannon.) qaetly. the heart the lungs the nerves --

}Ire Bollock appealed for a more rtff-. One Victory Loan has added its + + + + + ? + # + and the muscles are not stimulated
articles, muscular coordination -
; In previous .
ular attendance by its >iembrrs. De. crimp. properly by the products of the food
: k rMivan filled the remainder of the Now little bank roll in a day, and enthusiasm fundamentals have beer!. carried to them by the blood. None How Long Has It Been I

I I evetlip i t with a tall on public speak- You and I will start away; expounded as necessary of them are able to stand the strain since last treated
successful ..
To some gay and festive spot, I m the department of a : you yourself>I I
; ; Iag3. of sever competition.
; However these qualifications -
The 111 come back but you will not!"- I to a Juicy Porterhouse
i next meetiag will be held on Exchange l are rot in themselves enoush.I Athletes should not eat food which 3

J Monday, January 31. EVERYBODY 1 I I An athlete's muscles may react, to the their stomach is unable to digest. French Fried Potatoes,
I COUE!!" r. B. gait Reporter thin I
I "Breathes brain stimulus very readily; his spirit ome men are able to eat one
II there
a man with soul
I dead. to may be good; but yet. he may not win and some another. However all men done up as you like it?: I

: FARR LITERARY SOCIETYt Who the laurels to which he is entitled. know instinctively what is r.ot goinir Special
r t Russell King. Reporter). never to himself hath said: This is our University
| Some shape! He is not in condition. to agree with them. Some must taboo -

: f The Farr Literary Society i met OIL -Ill never play another Possible he starts out like a house cucumbers others pie. and other; Combination,* with a Sqecal
I h I ?Vocday evening for the last time game of
afire, but he and then meaL It is especially bad to
pool or shoot suddenly wilts rare
j again Students.IOLNAR'S
during the first semester. In.talla- craps as long Price to .
I. as I liva is beaten. This occurs in foot races make a marked change in diet daring
tion of fficcrs for the second
i <. was the first business transacted.semester -From now on I'm going to "study boxing' wrestling and tennis, as wellas the period of training for an im-

j hard. I team games, such as football basketball TO'tant: contest.Overloading .
i. Th, retirinr officers were heard from, DINING ROOM
I -How in h-did he ever make a l soccer, baseball and rowine. the stomach by overeating -
i : according to custom of the society,
; frat? What has happened? acts exactly the same way so
I and gave valuable l suggestions and
extended -No more sweet spiritsvof nitre Nothing except that the vital or- far as the athlete is concerned, as

t! i ..f the new their leaders wish: for the success for mint.f nns of the poorly trained athlete Bating foods which are rot good for _ _aa _

I i The evening wa featured by Dr. made a damn fool of myself to have played out. His lungs are him. It i i.t a safe rule for the man

:5impon address and readings from night.If burning up his heart is poundin in training: to always leave the tab'VHh Baird Hardware Co :

1 there b, let him step forwardand against big ribs his! tongue is parched a bit of a hunger. :t

t i t letter receive the elastic croWbar.Shownaejn .- his eye are watery, his lens are Re'ular hours for meals, regular

i with an enlightening introduction I.". of Missouri heavy and his!: arms are numb. The hours for sleep regular hours for SPORTING GOODS i
strain is too great' and he is bowing
of each by Dr. ""verei i are excellent rules for all
Simpson proved to
t \c be collection. "The itotti.g i of saloons is sending down in defeat to an inferior man. i -."hlete*. Regularity is specially'mportant !4 f
a very enjoyabl* The
I Author's humor ii many young people to College" Thus Arid worse still he is possibly pullirp for steady nerves EaHn-
tress exaggeration
,- his informal criticism, a< well declared William Jernicgs! Bryan in ,I down his team mates with him. between meals is irregularity and yrheno

a recent interview The fundamental principles of
with a reporterfor condition should be avoided.
,> a.ac. interesting touch of Horntic
i't life; are vividly brought out in an the Ohio State University Lant- t' are not different for variou* Smoking not only irritates th"

i E interesting fictional manner. To ern. .."Tive years ago we spent tferet {i ports. Strong lur.?* are equally necessary lungs. but it dries the throat. Heav- 7 Gainesville, FJ! ]

i knew Dr.: Simpson as a aathematiema timear;ta..* much money on intoiicathj I in basket-ball and in wrestling breathing, due to strenuous exercis*
If;.,bW-s sis we did 02 education. Apart ; a stout heart is necessary to becomes --
difficult and if .
f 1... i* to NW only Ace side of the smoking has
f 4 life and interests of a \rsad-tmnied of that money at least has been f withstand the strain of football o* been excessive, the throat become
diverted to boning; steady nerves are required i ia i" Just
rant The society t reheir educational eharnel: : <:o raw and the Inner so' weak that Arrivedt
". !'odlotJ '.f" his lecture and their Fire years ago la*! than ten percentof foot race or a tennis match The the athlete i* forced to stop. It i*
all the pupils in lungs, the heart the stomach and t*<> r.
t :e':rto "aT. him wilt theai again the common grade* pot an established" fart that smoking Special Value forCollegeStudents
[-entered high school aid not rerves all depend on each other aMore directly ,
sa+n. overtwo I affects the heart, but by drv-
I II I''; ;'.- pesrent+ ever writ t. ecHe?*. IfI function weakened. the others arehampered irS the saliva gland of the mouth '
I i ,,< ; .. I only: four percent now go to colleg-. f and throat it hamoers the function*
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I :- $ y.It we can see why the University hall] For training: to develop the: Iunrs.i of the stomach and thereby indirectly ,

V 1 1. : TH,t sweet young thing was being i are- filled to overflowing. i' heart and stomach, all sports that require weakens *he heart. Brown, Blue or Gray Worsted]
l 9fiD threajrb the )levoaaotire: works.! "Remedies .
; t t.- -What i* that thins asVed.1riu J never com tnt nits action are rood. Runnine, A* stated in a previous article a- Regular) $65| vlaue
V', lthe I disease" declared Mr. Bryan fa dancing boxing bag: punchingrope athlete's enthusiasm must be stimulated
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; with (
re ? a dainty parasoL
to the skipping
? inability of educational swimming and activities nrtil he is
.4 ready and
i. < -T:al, answered the guide( "is williBT for $40Stcpinand
j institution to handle which involve them
; : j properly the are good. It is 1 j| to make the necessanr sacrifice to
t r.goiI 1"1 1 vast numbers wjiicn come' to them always possible to develop the vital ]' tra :ing. If a man can be
is was an ap-t.-datt young lady We. feel Organ by persuaded takea
may sure that thinkiutpeople engaging in the sportwhich to observe partiallr
I *v? -t .sc* became interested the rules of
wfll not see ear i* to be played look at it
colleges and Thus, a bas trainin g. "he will improve
"ithty boil eagine*? she In- universities: decline far lack ket-ball team rains endurance in
i ., of fun for while sports competition.' If he
t t.qain.. en aerount of antiquated system payin basketball, a. boxer while oe!"' saded to can be Nick Damatol
I JoIo, !" make the angiae tender," t of j nartiaHy the
F eduction. Setting
) One
pwpo ed remedy a runner while nmnin rules of
I ,, t i'eK replied the resourceful guide po.l is the establishment of junior en! Thereby technical proficiency and Himself in training, he will improve "The Beat Bailor In Town" (

I' < An army salt t oae of' tU aa.tiiomFata le res to talc of ; rendition J sports competition. I* t
I care tbose just starting are acquired at the he be
same I can I
persuaded to .
private/ to coHeg'
I t 1 lJ clar's tf th last rhff had tensiaa Another is the ei- time. 1 the rules he will improve hirasek
of 'However
bijrh veljocl ,
I' I! ..,I to make it an athlete induJg :g in I a great deal 1

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T -* Y Tallahassee we* notice Prof. Beck is

1* "Sunday Tennis Playing," by (With Apologies to Everybody) eating at their table. They moat
Bailey ucholtz, Mr. Harold Bosman says that the want' to be reminded of dear old' F.

R. 2. "How to Start a Flivver," by advantage of an Agricultural Course S. C..W. each meal, where a teacheror
.eake. (Cold mornings excluded). is that one can sleep every afterno&n. senior, is placed at the head of ,
-. 3. "Mathematics in Grading," by each table. .
TRNTPR= : : FLO.RID7:t Jrow. (With supplement to Spansh Mr. Clyett Taylor and Mr. James 4

I Course requiring four years of Etheredge can be een most any night f THE BOY KNEW.
sellsHickeycreeman H 5 tudy). hoofing it to town. It is said tha'
4. "Wonders of the Slide Rule, or all'of "them" think Clyett the "cut "If. I cut a beefsteak in two"
1t low to Find Something that Isn't"iy est" of the pair. They. are known as asked the teacher, "and then'cut the
Clothes. alves in two, what do I get?"
Benton. the "he-vamps!
:;-:::. ....- .. 5. "How to Treat Campus Pets," "Quarters," returned the boy.

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.' 6. "A Treatise on Hair Cutting," bespangled, leather putteed, eccen "Sixteenths.
t 1)y Murphree. trio young dandy, after viewing And' /'Exactly, and what" then?."

I I C)) 'OPOi'TOF. IN 7. "Grin and Grow Fat," by Dr.; Simmons wearing his coat, declarer "And"Thirty-seconds.once more?"

:Farr. to reporters of leading newspaperslastnight
between interruptions- ofhis "Hamburger" cried the boy Im-
I STOCK ." 1! RAT AMUSEMENTS. ,: French maid. that he throws up jatiently."-The International Must-

__ ___ the sponge to Andy, as the immaculate cian. .
I There was a fire. The blind man dresser of U. of F. '
T-iilor j What We see depends mainly on
saw it, the deaf man heard it, and a
,-".... .-. \tIi what we look for.-John Lubbook.
man with no legs ran for the engine. It is reported that Sam Harn has

i t-'5n- Cleaning -Pr's: -'ln'' The engine came with' two dead employed a bevy of sleuths to shutoff .
horses; one dead man, and ran overa the alarm clocks every morning .
\',.HI Gaines.;iHe Fa. t dead eat and killed it.- From all so that he can erect a twelve-story

\ t the fire that was there, there camea building from the breakfast proceeds .'
I naked with his hands in his
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.. pockets and scalded himself on a drop Mistakes. .
4&KRRnSSR"V.RR : ; 1:; ;n; 1: I of cold water. mistake
I When a plumber makes a l
he charges twice for it.
B I A rat's idea of beginning a noted When a lawyer makes a mistake, iis i" .
I I speech-"Ladies aind gentlemen! ,! I iust what he wanted because h
FURNITURE CO., Inc. \\1 come before you tonight to address has a chance to try the case all over
i i and not to undress you." again. Sure
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Tampa, gj An Upper Classman's idea: "Fel- When a carpenter makes a_mistak
low students, I now stand before you it's iust what he expected: .
$! Sales Agents For
to let you know I am behind, you- When a doctor makes a mistake .. ,
& TVl-ey and! Gay Furniture, Globe Wernicke Sectional Book. !'yj I! behind you in everything this Uni- he buries it. .
ft versity of Florida undertakes." When a judge makes a mistake, i it ofthe ,. .
:area, Aeolian Vocaiion, Pathe Phonopragph, Napanee KitI I becomes the law of the ,land. "Gold. Brick"\ l '-. .

hen Cabinets, Belding Hall Refrigerators, Aerolux Porch Heard in Ag. Engineering Class When a preacher makes a mistake.. .
m "Where do we start numbering the no}.odv knows the difference. Is big dividends .
v 'PR: Prey o-Eclipse Gas Ranges, Domestic Science Fire- Ifi townships, Mr. DuPont?" Wher an electrician makes a mistake -
; 'ook: toves, Uobinann Rodgers "Restwell Bedding. m "TaUa hassee." 1 he blames it on Induction; no- Not all affairs
"Alright, most of boys like to bodv knows what that
you means. big dividendsAre
..Mice Furniture, Floor Coverings, Draperies, China and pay
P stop at Tallahassee, but well start But when an editor makes a mistake '.
F; Glassware, Window Shades, Awnings. I I there this time." I -GOOD NIGHT-Exchange.!!! Fakes .

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Anti-Alcohol !fi
"European opinion is one of great
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i I! I EDITORIAL DEPARTMENT t: tude toward prohibition.it." The Thus majority Mr.- I You can't beafthesr: values:

i Herbert G. Ford .d.._._____..__.....__Editor in Chi t cannot grasp m <
J I Secretary
t: ; r ''e' c. stuurt Hail, :.-., ....___..... ..,_-.._.._--.Managing Editor Harry S. Warner. Prohibition As- Mi (
t I' r "Truman Green ,-.-- 1 ...._..._. Assistant Manacing Editor of the Inter-collegiate We'r9 cleaning pp our odd :suits unsold-tbey'ye Hart$catfntt I (
3 F. O. Spain;; Jr, ..............._flpertiag Editors f A. N. S lle e .; scciation summarized the European m Mark finest: suits for this.fall'&purchase-models! stouts alit; t
altitude his very recent arrival and stubs-youn.. men sand more conservative \t
Hr-old upon regulars styip
i ROY B. Hoskins, Murray Cohen, Klhck, Reporters
I 3Ir. Warner clothes cost more to tailor, priced-
; ; Richard Knijht _. : J.! _._._. Society lyditoiBUSINES !i in the United States. \! These '
.r I has Just returned from an eight .
n.onths tour of ten European coun-

: I Herbert M. Friedlander ._..__ $+.._DEPARTMENT.__.._.,. Business Manager tries where he studied the alcohol I $32:50' to $48.50 .. :

I Maurice Stein--- ..-._._. -_... ..._..--......Ass't. Business Manager situation, and visited the various uni- !:
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.. more student movements directed :
} B. O. .Smith -.w.-'0- -- PressmaDt i
against alcohol. These are increasing
l ai second class mat ter.' September 28, 1912, at the post ;' ..
t in membership and some are mak- 2
office at Gainesville, Fla., under the Act of March 3d, 1$79. _. k
I Place all'communications and news items in boxes designated for that ng large progress towards arousing I Ii
public opinion in the matter. Some '
t purpose ia Peabody; and Language Halls. -- IIi
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on creating a student social] i .

Ii i, Rate:-The Florida :Alligator, $1. 50 the'year.x- life of a thoroughly enjoyable sort Wolf Brothers I"V Vf

j. ,. which shall be free from drinking customs i
and traditions. Others merely i
; ON STANDING EXAMINATIONS.It encourage the matter of personal ab ., I IIi
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stinence. A third
classification o
j I '. is an art to be able to prepare for and take an examinationin such student bodies are those who l TAMPA-FLA.:
I the proper waVe and the manner in which the preparatory tudy the problem in its broad eco- ifS '
work is done and the examination questions answered will frequently .nmie and social aspects with a view j I I !

j t reveal l th%, full extent of a student's personal;; efficiency. of getting a comprehensive understanding
In the last analysis it is the student who has planned his schedule of the question. A few 1m L I who will get the best grades and the most personal benefit from such groups take part in active propaganda -. - ------ -. ...-... .-
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I I low during examinations. To all students, to all Freshmen an' j legal prohibition. t I

i I < to any of the older men fearing certain examinations. this edi-I I That the students were eager to .", I FootBall: I

I torial is addressed. Set at the facts of the matter was t Shoes, Uniforms and Supplies,
t In the first place comes nhysical condition. Many student indicated to Mr. Warner by a meet, I

I t go to their classroom. absolutely unfitted to do work that will re- ing at King's College. There th- 1 : Base Ball 1 l
I vral their real l knowledge of the subject matter. Late hours, ex- students who had "ragged" : I
I' I cessive smoking too much close confinement and no exercise all! foot" Johnson, were anxious to Pussy make t Gloves, Mitts, Shoes and Supplies,

t, tend to lower the nhvsical ton and to allow\ the presence at examination amends, and in a prohibition debate t : '
t time of that dread and nervousness which plavs so ave close attention, took : Tennis
I ; great a part in all failures. The following noints should be re-. general discussion, and were part insist in s. I I Rackets, Balls and Supplies, I It

: I! rrembered: Study as much as ocsible in the day time. flight i ; ent for an American speaker. I
I sudy adds additional strain ?ts P result of eve fatigue from the When questioned regarding his .' Bicycles. j
I trTare. During examinations be regular in your habits. Go to kidnapping at Sheffield own t

!! f breakfast every morning. Start the day right. regardless of host Mr. Warner laughed and said University it wa 't. Repairing;: and Supplies. i I II

]late you retired. Try to get out doors occasionally; play tenni a very enjoyable student prank.
or take, a good sharp walk when fatigued. Retire at a reason- In B. LILIENBUM
the .
I I -1 able hour, get plenty of sleep. Do not lay any stress upon the European industries and leaders o' I ;

use of any stimulant or narcotic. Avoid black coffee and ex- \fr. intellectua .
I improvements, Warner .
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short time but you nay for it many times over. Attend your America was that if
I meals regularly. Don"t skip them to study, or because you.feci* enforced ,prohibition for a I 11 m ill ".". l -.t" I 1:'> IV 'h4._ I
I period of three years, it would havt'
I too> nervous to eat.
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i i': I Next in importance is the outlining of ypur work so that toward .further -
f 1 I you gill g t the best results. Some subiects do not worry you i i.movement ing the progress of the prohibition You Can Lead ,a Cork to Water but

I i at all.. Do not spend much time on them: study those subjectsabout throughout that continent. 'Vou-Cannot( : : Make it SinkDon't

!i 1 l'' which you are not sure. Of course, if it is just a plain case
i 1 t of neglect of work during the whole semester it is impossible to SHOULD A MINISTER FISH?
i I, I cover the work of four months in only a few days;but if you have let this suit value we are going to tell
J I I attended to your work fairly well, with intensive concentration. The Rev. Mr. Smith, off on a va- 1 you-abou; float on your imagination on'but t let it
L L unon it for a few days you should be able to do well. Tf you have : cational fishing trip, was horrified
: :, tj '1'' any subiect about which there is doubt spend most of'your tim' hear a youthful angler using words to I sink in your mInd until you find out that seeing

; on that. You cannot afford to duplicate your studying: if bv a that had a dark. blue tinge. is believing. Absent t
treatment wont
: I \ : little planning and earnest hard work it can be avoided. Plan "My\ boy!" he remonstrated, "dpn't I get you one

I i ; !! how much time you* will allow! for each study, and then be sure l you know that the fish will never -.: of these all l wool Kisc .ba i n flannel suits i neither ;
I ; f \. to study that much as a minimum. bite if you swear like "
,11 i ; 3 Try to he alone' when you study. If the dormitories are noisy "I know I ain't very that good? at single or double bres ed style at $25 :
j I I ro to the librarv. where you are guaranteed quiet. Let "bull replied' the youngster '
It i j fo ts" wait until after the examinations are over. Let the girls ashamed, "but I thought very much! Sel i:

!II{ mi for awhile. The chances are that they will not really mis could get some little maybe I-
j : that one letter or that one visit and it make a great differ- ones on the few
Ii" may words ,that I know.' Here, Bainctt The Clothier
,I i i n"cp to you. Forget the show. The moving pictures and shows Exchange. you take ;

; : ;. win he running a lontr time vet. Just remember the manY time4 I {
: that vou have cone to the show in the middle of the week when h --- "" .- W--'L.::>.. '4,,' r _--.J (

: : vou have neglect work to go., and then have come out cussing History .. (
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1 : i yourself for your foolishness.And. -Indians sell Manhattan SJ2::: [ "' '" &

; when you tudv. really work. Few students die oto"pVvxrk. "sland for case of whiskey. 1 DO BUSINESS WITH
i! "' Occasionally( borne student who does not know how Year 1920-Citizens offer to swap t
i *: take carp of himself will bre k down but such cases are rarr Sack.-Ex. THE FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK

; gnu are due to ignorance. The breakdown is in the
great ma i
i ,. "Gainesville Police "The New Million Dollar Bank" Resources Over $2OOO
; itv of cases nothing but a nervous breakdown due to-.inefficj Force Locates
j ient han+llmtr of work and not to any overwork. There is a great: Sixteen "John Smiths in the City Directory Jf ,.
t dfl>rpnce between the two. One short article which every stud You simply can't baffle }41 (- :< -
t : TiW eat_should*_!! "W rean T 1 .for inspiration and guidance. j : is;_ 'The.. Energies\> o1 f them. ; J
I!j ,j j'fin, oy >vuuurn .ianies. james puts ionn ana well supports toe ,.
i ; : theory that no man' but small of his ;
; ever uses a part possible men- five: hours : :
;J tar i and physical resources, that in every person there are energies ing all his on one subject, every minute of the time concentrat-: ORAH
I f slumbering which the incitements of that day do not call forth, energy upon the task in hand, during that time taking
t I but which he one or two rests of from five td ten minutes. N ORTON'S f fOVELTIES.
might display if these were greater. He goes on study is The reSUlt of such
I and draws the analogy between a runner's "second wind" and i amazing. .
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stimulation of the mind after Wheneverything is done, When the
the first fatigue has worn wav. 'mud the examinations are over, '
; I rental activity shows the phenomenon as well as physical and n results determined, be a sport. If you have done weB! ART and GIFT SHOP '
in exceptional cases we may find beyond the very extermity of the everything, be glad, and resolve to keep youryork Up better Maker of Picture Frame
t fatigue-distress, amounts of and coming semester. If you fail m
ease power that wo never ;>t, resolve to any subject, go ahead with
i : ,dreamed, ourselves to own, sources of strength habitually not t'xamination pass it '.?) the coming semester and take your re- OOOOOCXxDOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCXX
1 : taxed at all, because habitually we never push through the ob iLrea "Florida"at the &ileduled time. Above all, show that you
;; \ struction never pass th.ose early critical paints.' Napolean once take student, and if you flunk a"subJect by a few points SANITARY BARBER:
4 : locked himself in his room for three days to work out a mathemat your licking! with a smile.' Do not go around knocking

: i :' ical problem. Surely a student can afford to spend three consecu" the instructor.devil to overcome Acknowledge them your shortcomings and then 'trofk your like I Gaua.esville SHOPIn FJorlb

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i those who are slinging a wicked heel sick-a-bed, so no one need to

(By Fulla Bull). I is Miss Ida Hoe, the only daughter worry.
'"V" Some students have been wishing of a farmer who has always raised I A full orchestra has not yet beefr -

and< hoping for a long time that,(:I.cane and otherwise whenever' he saw 'secured, but we have Miss Clara

[ #:'tecdh j, :: 1 someone would open up a place where fit. She is some sweet kid, with a Nett and. Miss, Mando Lynn. Any

they could pass their weary hours "meet me 'round the corner" look il, rat that feels himself qualified should t

:- :. c. vay. The one most anxiously\ look- her eyes and boys she carries her see the director' Mr. Al.. Toe immed

;.,_ ....I:ng forward to this is the type that scissor., with her all the time. Nextwe iately.
:- G)3rpiJ. does not wish for their Sota The place is located just 13 knots
A : ::3 to Eat I studies to interfere have'the sisters, Miss Minnie
r "\ : with their education. The and Miss Sara Sota who have 'been to the rear of Hams Coca Cola dive,

writer has l long noted that some suftn there" and ar*:> now here for us. Both and hot dog counter, and all are invited -

,9 place would make the nickles jingle wear peek-a-boo hosiery and next to to come.

............. .............., in the pockets, of some brave-hearted nothing gowns, but when it cornea ,. Yours truly, ,'
man ard has silently watched and to dancing I'll bet Perkins could not FULLA BULL.
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park. One adventurous invesor -- r. neat looking little trick, who is COLLEGE PRIMER
i The Alachua Restaurant, and Lunch Roum
has lately come to our rescue and the step-daughter of Bud Wiser our -

1 FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN 1 has put up a public dance hall, be- old-time mariner, who has piloted L
i t ause he realizes that dancing has always many a be schooner across a ma- See the student. He look very

Half u Block from Atlantic Coast Line Depot been a favored sport among.I hogary bar. Again we have twin dignified. But he is not die'nI ffjp.l
'I" 'College men. sisters. Miss Louise Anna and Miss 1 It is only a way of foolir neon'A

\, .,, ,,> Gainwville.Flond t The name of this place is "The Tndo; Anna. who have each seen 20 He has a book under his arm. No

.. fays of '49," named in remembrance I pleasant summers and no terrible he does not study it. Bnt. you API'
M: r: -.J: =t .... I :j :af the days of the Golden West, when winters. In the left hand corner of he might meet his nrol o- f'

; women ran wild, wine flowed everywhere her left eye Miss Indie Anna 'has a wants the professor tn th'rV *
.; ........... :l.--- _:T : and: songs floated v>(ith, the. C. U. later look, while if Miss Louise studious. Oh no: he dnr!, not k _

-I gentle zephyrs. Anna were to walk along the sidewalk much. He does not know *nr if.

Knowing that the boys would appreciate in front of Thomas Palace, she he does know. That is wlin-. *-"'-

: / Al!! girls that "knew how" and "ould tell exactly how many rubbr so importart. No. ho fs "nt -I *".. .
fe "had bene there. ," the proprietor goes packs resided therein her loud hos ,mart He is a Sophomore O" *'
Vd ;H 5...L 1 FOR THR UNIVERSITY OFFLORIDA J j :to: the four the school could sret al' *
[|t. Ui'. corners of the United iery waking} them all up. Here we n( wit" i
States in search of the right type of have Miss Wela Ware, who slings him, but he thinks it t' nnnt. -.
I form and beauty sparing nothing of the paint promiscuously and whose n. '

...- :-..: J CJ: [ .b....,., ::.. 1 time, money. marbles, or chalk in I. *>i eath" is like the odor of a rose gar- Here is a cla Tnn,*i TV,.. ,*-i* ,,,
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what -
--- -- securing would be pleasing to Jrn. Although she wears her hairs .

...,.-- -_ J -< I r he eye and soothing to the heart. thou!!h she did it 'ip wjth a pitchfork much thev know. T;*** >...*. *- *
... The most of these girls are from the she has the undivided: attention he tell them 'how 901'"t.. : "
Vv hile 1 In J JacksonvilleGO 1"" Vest, the place where 'they used to : <("f alj the boys who chance to meet know. Does only o"e 0"" :#;'**
the lesson "
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Loot ashes ,from each others cigars her on the street. Finally we have ro h' -
TO -v'th: Colts and drive nails with Winchesters f he-old-timer, Miss Mary Land, wlr wants to tell it. The n f'..- /
learned ,better. 'For tb :;.
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"an actually vamp you in the dark *
Q We all realize that the public I f rr>d who has a look somewhere i" can tell how little you knnw'-I '_.. '
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\ od0'd .f?nce hall has a bad name in general her eyes that seems to say: "I've been much you telL .

ff> the owner made sure to throw nil the wav 'ro'ind and halfway' back.*' ,. '.
around: the girls and boys every pos- Tack Goldsby has got firsts on this MAROONEn ; '"
% *;l-e! protection and safeguard girl! and really is sweet papa du George Banta Jr.. Of VM'"'t
(! spent
4nroILjerg 1 heir: good names. The windows of I daddy! dirges with claw-hawmers in nosh.-Kenosha Wednesday afternoon fp- ;.

I a''! the girls dressing rooms are paint- i his coat tails, and threatens to nail I News.

) IJ' DRED pEPA.RT1IENTSr .,. ..... ed with ah extra coat of green paint down the firs\ rat he catches makinoOg'oo I :
.. 1 Samuel
--"l".da. .... "fir) i D. Close
.. and every door is provided with a I eves at her. and'VnJ l .A' ..
rUle: piece. of cotton to stuff in the The hall has been opened!" only one Chase here this both of Decatur. were mn'" _

Glasses Fitted' (key hole. Also it is with the great night before this writing, ti'd aH? morning Sprinflea;
'" T.d. est of oWsurp! that the proprietor the boys that took the initation re- News-Record.

announces that he has secured as a port a great time, because it is a

.... Uw;, Lens GriIidi g.J -... chaperone to all dances, Mrs. Sippi, place to nend: Your dreary hours an,1 OVERHEARD.
: a r a woman who is fully capable of doing pocket change. You have the privi- -
Delay the task, before her. In proofof lege of drinking all you want of the Summit, Aug. 3. Sportsmen I i.,

". :what she can do,> you will note stock of coca: cola and ne3r-be. alas I this part of South Dakota are scar
j that with her head near Canada and snok all the cigarettes you fel inclined this year, due. it is believed, to th-

t &Son.Gainesville her mouth at the Gulf of Mexico, I to buy.Madatne cold, damp weather, daring the hatching '
!.H.Ccles she has kept our East from the West j Fortune has direct man- seasons Aberdeen News. \

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.2e < D n't. Knock J lust Wrap! '

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Foot Ball BaseBall Lawn TennisHardware' Up in a big warm woolen sweater _! -',_

'- of all Kinds. '" .:., Nay Blue with a roll collar the '\. ._ : .._ :,'; .
., ,.. .-- Same color, or one with a roll ; v -" "' }>:.
4 Collar of orange with cuffs of the r .:;=; r

'Phone 22 L.-, ? Saa mcolor.] We have them now' / :< -:'-*': .' ?j!"

: In stock in all sizes."s' '
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I Over. Coats .to- Models Over coats ,
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L. -- -"- -:<- -- -- -
j ( .. # + + + + + eties incidental to'the.'gentle pastime t "forty-eight,' for instance, his inventive l -. -- -- --- .

-.. ', + 4 of chasing the pigskin hither and and executive skill was exer- : '

z. + WHO'S WHO AT U. OF F. + thither about the checked-off space cised to the utmost, but since it was it'

I'f t< .+ (Apologies to Hoskins.) + of the landscape. Oftentimes rude "sufficient unto the day thereof," he THE MEWS STORE
i.. ( + "M-76." +. players neglected to observe the pro- may be depended upon to carry on I I.t I.

: I::.: + per rules of etiquette in stepping successfully thru the period of re-
+ HERBIE FORD + aside to allow passage, so of course construction.At I
; 1 j';''" + \ + ,connections of a very shocking nature fl time not far in the future t W.:M..JOHNSON + 4 Clearwater, Fly

1 'I :", + + + + + 4I + + I II were often experienced. Not Herbie is scheduled to invade the domain ,- ,

I(' withstanding his participation in such of John-Bull, his particular ob- Ii When Back Home Boys, Come in and Se
1.: I' }-s Herbie is the general handy man pink tea functions, however, Herbie jective being the spot where the ox t
; Gent's
at the U. of F. When the" dignified still possesses all the pep and punch grossed the ford. Johnny, we shall Our Up.to-Date Stock of Furnishings

I'I Uebutantees of '21 wanted pacesetter necessary to indulge in a manly gane venture to say however, is far from I

t to lead the way to the "open- of checkers. I having a monopoly on "bull," as his

door," a band to guide them along the Altho bound about and =strongly beset name might imply to the uninitiated.In .

1..:..+ troublesome ways jp the final lap, by the duties and cares of his numerous fact, if Herbie were to take a few .. .- ... -- --
t and a voice to sere reprieves or1 1 responsible positions, passing samples of Bill's Bull a la mode, together

( pardons from the powers that be, \ up chem. in its most advanced and with other worthy specimensthat ...... ...... .........

t i Herbie was the one pressed into serv- direful form, a deed which may well may be purloined at pleasure 1
i ; ice. In order that the 'Gator our be regarded with awe and wonder by within the confines of our collegiate
: campus clarion, might thrive and one who has felt the stinging bite of commonwealth the effects of ?said IAMERIEAN r SHOE REPAIR COMPANY!

grow just like any other animal, its the comparatively elementary variet productions on the unsuspecting inhabitants -
digestive and circulatory organs at which comes as the first installment.!. I would be nothing short of i : AND SHINE PARLOR {

3 all times up to mess-hall standards, If the road to chemical:: fame, indeed. I complete asphyxiation and prone I. t

1'. Herbie was forced by the power ofsuperior takes a very sharp ascent from the prostration to the nth degree. If it J Geo. Tampas and Louis EI ades. Proprietors t
I :
numbers to take himself is true that outward influences modi-I 4
j t' f-' upon plane that marks the beginners initial T 115 Feat Main Street North-Phor.e 1C9.::
t the duties of chief diagnotician plunge, it will be without a few fy the manners and modulate the :'! J. V. Blame, Agent; Room 31 Buckman '
: !_:;:- and prime minister of maintenance. back-slides, blow-outs, or other calamities mannerism of a man migrated from I II Gain.*rillt FloruJi,;
I l Next the horde of humanity usually that lurk in wait for those I the familir places of home to the I g

t' V. politely designated as the Student that are weighed mentally and foundto realms of the less known outer I I

j : :' Bt>dy, feeling the need of having one be lacking, has most assuredly world, it may be possible that our ................. ..... .
,! : to listen to their howls and hullabaloos earned a prominence not cheapene 1 representative will become so alien-

; l ,.collective individual and otherwise by common acquirement. la ted- that we shall not know him fci -

", I ;: j selected him as the victim, with Being the director general of a the days to come. He may even comeback
bunch of high and mighty fouryearmen : able to converse in that foreiga
: i f-; the result that he now plays the role
j i' of oil on the waters ,during the is a job somewhat lower in the tongue, with such unintelligible addi-

i i stormy sessions of the above mentioned scale of difficulty perhaps than t1:.. tions to his vocabulary as "lawat ILSON OOMPANV

;I i 6:; mob. Lastly, the faculty, in of head tea-server at a suffrage chawnce," "bally bawth," et cetera, W ,
+I j r fasting about decided he should be convention; but when it comes tT &o forth and so on, one rehearse of Quality-Service Jl"GAINESVILLE'S

j! t playing chief martyr to a few hin- which is guaranteed to make a Unit-
; : ,.3 entirely warranting the dred young savages who have ar ed States either commit auto-homf-
_. act quired the thirty-thrid degree of Bol- ride or seek the rest and peacefness :.{-
; -! ;,"..' ; so very soon after,one more poor FOREMOST SHOPPING CENTER'Featuring
I ,;- sheep has sacrificed his outer vesture shevism, it must be conceded that th: of a detention camp for thc<:j

:..- to the cause of education, he will go victim possesses a supersaturateJcapacity with space in the belfry. It is blieved .'-

; i forth as did the knights of old, seek'g for long suffering and hero- however, that Herbie will be i
:' I j more and greater fields in whichi ism. Indeed the terrors of the Inquisition immune to foreign intrusions froma

i )I i i -' wield the keen blade of his intel would be mere trifles and linguistic standpoint, but in case Everything That a Good Department Store Should
I., tbfcy do t
;d l lect.1 petty% annoyances in comparison t') attempt to sling any promiscuous

: ? }For four.years Herbie has reveled ''he fearful and nerve-racking di- verbage in his vicinity it will!
"nmas into which he is be found that his long training at U.
in the round of periodicallycipitated. ) -
pleasantries and
i'' li./; : gay I : !! Back in' the days oIF 1' of F. has enabled him to put down

f .. a barrage of baleful "bull" which we 1
I =-= ""- ---=- think will be impregnable to their ( ____ .---::::=
i! t I assaults. .

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.I'j: 'i :;iJ;- _I STUNG. .
II ,
; Headquarters for
t, 1 Rat: "Wait minute
< a I saw some-
1" ).,: I i.' >. thing back there on the sidewalk!"
'-'.;;:':-; I II ) Soph: "Come along, rat. What'sthe University Students :
,: t a RIALiF, MARK .
:! 0 t I'. \a I matter' with you, anyway?" Meet them there for Soft Drinks, Cigars, Tobaccos, I I
1 : "Doggone it. That is
I the Candies, Stationery and Souvenir Cards
: i I height of nerve for a fellow to spit

j j t" E3 11 L; like a quarter." A -::: --
'. ",',. ,. ,.. : : -- "NThere's
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:,' "" ,. ,< '..."' I Berg says that he is going to starta _.- ------.--.-.-
I, :_ I IIU.::., .r- shoe-shine eiFw i
I l r. ::;a parlor in town. When
t you would know teal smok? pressed for a reason he is said to I
t i aV D C Pipe full of your favor contc.;:; :DUICCO.unsnt just Then you smoke you"U : have replied: a Lot of Comfort a Good Pipe

: i'j"- !fa: know what a real French briar. is, 5nd what the Demuth a "Well, the women's dresses are We Have all Popu ar Styles at
seasoning will getting shorter
'i to make it break in every day, and looking
sweet and mellow.) .50 .75 and 1.00
= Ask any good dealer ; at pretty silk ,
to hose
you a variety of shapes, then my idea of t
; i -1= pick.j"UTS. a perfect job. and I
; would do all the
I. ; L. C. Smith
4. work myself." The rest is .j
; i. =, fectly per-
= No
WM. DEMUTH wonder in
1 6c CO.. NEW YORK I minds. our uy ____

: :- p WORLDS LARGEST MAKERS'OF FINE PIPES Prof. \ i- "' 1 .1 __ ......,.. -

., Turlington
"I don't
: you fellows to shoot
ararajiii afBarcjE me any bull on this !
final exam. t
!x! It fe
: like the real
showing Ever a prospective man buyer who around.was i THE UNIVERSITY BOOK STOREBasement I

so often the buyer
would ,
: tell !
r him I
University students by patronizingthe that his cow was dead. .

; ; White House Dining: Room, may "Well, what has that got to do with ,/ Language HaniEW'

1. .. enjoy the satisfaction of knowing! : I buying this property?" I f,1J1 : LINE' OF UNIVERSITY JEWELRY AND STATIO RT, '
: I = they have the finest service and most would just let you FRESHMAN CAPS
; you won't MEMORY
,i delicious food need your bull BOOKS, ETC.
v on the market. any
i'' more. I
J ; II Everything For the Student.
J Table d'Hote meals "
$1.00. Partiesand "So, says Mr.
'I :::1' Banquets Turlington. "I I
by special arrange- ivon't need your bull
on this .
I :I exam.
t! ment. For table reservations Phone

; -" ,No. 295. "Which is the heaviest, five pounds I.I.y;
I -- of> sand or five jHafaffiffifilf'
pounds of clay?' I
n 1 : Rat Storm; "Five i
pounds ,
: + : The White House; Dining oomGainesville's Jf course." sand, |: DICK REID

11 Social Center. :
t.I .! t tt LOST I Modes of the Moment
!. -A pair of dice-- J. Milton. i I
t t ; L. boy Franklin Street .
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.Yi .Tmj FIorila I
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I. Here's !
i our wives and
\\BiaiBfaaiiirafiTO sweet- Hats-Clothing-Furnishings
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\ ii J hl'arts-may they never meet! ***
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fiHB82fiKfcE* + + + ..' 5 + + -.ct tea feejn Awn _aJow.-_ I-. rm-- f. A piece of jjepe -** tek- I

+ lip, snd trc&y QS& fa anxiously awaiting lined plans i
mfi + ON THE CAh"9S. + the outcome of the lieutenant's An inclined' plaof hope* up.

+ + efforts to put the "Baby Universityof A slow: up--A laiy d**. -$-.E.. D.
+ J&nr> + XPl x> + J&p + jXt p + >Yt p a iTi.p + 1 the South" on themap o'among the Technique -
colleges of the country. #
HENRY GIDDENS CLOTHING CO Three cHeers for the Stetson Girls Prizes will be awarded to those WITH (OTHER COLLEGES!
who went down before the onslaughtof selling the most tickets and plansare --
the G. H. S. girls Friday night in being laid to. give{ valuable The Honor System eeatteoes to Botie I
the U. of F. Gym. prizes to the class, fraternity and subject of discussion in American'
r company selling the most. At present colleges. ,It has recently been adopted -
Solicits the business of College men, guaranteeing To see the welcome the boys are the plan is to give a large silk in the MJUtary Department of
getting who are coming back for reinstatement flag to the company making the best Colorado Agricultural College by the
correct styles, high grade quality and workmanship would make one think showing a banner to the class selling students of Ohio State University,
that absence makes the heart grow the largest number of tickets anda Gustavus-Adolphua College, Mlmne
fonder. It does-Look at Prohibi- large sheepskin with coat of arms seta and Valparaaa' Onfyersity, Ind- !
KNOX HATS, STETSON HATS, tion. in center to the fraternity' the' iana. Other stud5 bodies having f

campus that comes out first in the the same under consideration an
HANAN SHOES, Among the boys who have received contest. Bethany College, West Virginia, Coe

the hearty welcome are: O. N. Berg, Fellows this is the chance for the College, Iowa, University of.,dkh''
ROGER PEET, KUPPENHEIMERand Illinois; Dick Brown, Arcadia; Dick University of Florida to-.really makea gan and Oklahoma Agricultural- p.i .
Johnson and George Henderson, Tallahassee I name for itself all over the contr.It Mechanical College. \
: Check Byrd. Live Oak and is up to the Student Body, '
take a peep at a few from Tampa I. D. Williams, Ralph Marsicano, Osi i tenant Atkinson has volun bOW"l .
| HENRY GIDDENS CLOTHING CO., car Norton, Frank Paul, Francis Par- (services as Coach free of \ I The College grind loft his books -
ker, Truman .Greene, Pete Harris and ]has had considerable experience *n 'hind'
Giddens Building J Ozzy Bie.Bennie. i this line of work and is capable of And strolled out to a date;
The Clothing
Co He talked the League"of Nation -
at Lafayette turning out a real team. We have .
Phone !
i Tampa, Florida 2276 Wilson and L. B. Tang are a fine track, a good coach, prospects stuff,
I doing nicely $n the hospital after of a good team-now, lets cooperateto Warming his chair till late.
having had a siege of bad luck. raise the money to send the team Her old man sighed 'erhead at 11-
I north to enter some of the big events A shoe dropped on the floor; .
1 The executive committee of the alone with the other large collegesof I So studious Tom, he said. "Good..
I Masqueraders, formerly the U. of F. the United States. night" V1T"And
Minstrels is about ready to start We are for boosting Florida. How started for the door.
t1_ !R some action,toward a bigger and bet- about it? Let's GOI!!! He hadn't shown the modern- .girl.
J .. ter show this year. A good time in the least:,
:; Nor had he tried to paint the worVi.
\ The whole University will miss TV Benton (fin E. E., Class): The stingy little bets}. '"

Prof. Beck during his absence. Prof. "What is' the difference between a I guest the maid was a little peered.
.. Beck will leave us for a short time direct current dynamo and a current In fact she was quite eore; 0' "
t in the near future. to go to Nebraska bush?" So as Tommy slamnW the gird*)
% cuieem and we wish him the best of TTosrarth: "Search met" gate, .
fJ Dr. Benton: "The dynamo '
luck and a speedy return. produces She quoted. nerer more."
direct current: and the currant bush This is the end of our Ifttfe.tale,
to learn that produces currants direct. We wish we could print menJNeverthe..less
The Smile Foows tbe Spoon We are very sorry --
Prof. Bucholz has been ill. We'wi'3h yroVe guessed. the
him a speedy recovery, for he is To Prove: That a piece of writing rest, -
missed on the campus. paper equals a lazy dog. They were marriedya1ercs..
Paul Franklin has returned from

Omaha, Neb., where he representedthe
Hotej'Hilhiporo T
ggfljiifiimfiirajni U. of F. at a Fraternity Congress. .

I i! Fellow students should be more '

THE NEW YORK RACKET !i careful and not cause so much disturbance .' "TOP 8'MTfflffl" R
every Monday and Wednes to '
Agent ForFlors4eim day afternoon in Biology during Largest All Year Round Hotel '

S Oes. Laboratory period. The reason is In State
x7x very simple, for you might arouse
!It Dr. G. W. Brown from his sweet repose .
asKffrtfmraiigiaggjsjiinijiirgfiin before Prof. Cody calls the roll. Tampa Fferife' i-
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Professor Cody has evidently beento I
the beach. When his lab. class

i they entered found the lab.enough room shells the other there day to .......... .. .. .. ........ JJFta

pave all the dirt roads of Alacboa i .
county, which means in ordinary
FELLOWS. language that there were a good I

many shells there. A little song was t BON '
going around something like tfcfla: THE '
How About That & "She sells shells on the sea-shore," I .

I : etc., etc., etc. i .
i Pencil RefTe.1r'D .vIor "U;
'ountaia: Pen and Eversharp | Private Scarborough had his head 3

inclined at 51 degree angle the
a Complete tineCandied of
We Have Both At Fraternittationery.
other day for several hours. The
reason was an airplane in town, or andTobaccoes ofalOOnds '
rather over the town at that time.

MILLER'S: o.; i Courtesy;Service aai
o t tR Lt. Atkinson announces that there Steady Sautey!
will be a dance in the Gymnasium on .
the night of February 10th, for the ..i .
benefit of the University .Florida .

ail i KKgfiH fgggra i! ; Track This Team.is the first year that any in- IW,... ..,. ." ".,.......-. .a.a. ...... ... s f

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It. :NSA TO HAVE GREAT lad is in his middle teens and has a good coach and with some experienceCox Yonan succeeded in equipping the in that Jlignt with eight p
t After the bulk of my own family to take
t w'--' future 'as a 220-yard and 440-yard should develop into a winner. volunteer army. I tart of.
t i ; TRACK TEAM 1tRS YEAR runner. He won the 220 event at the Carlton In Good Condition. the Russian army had returned to awful experiences were j

f ; (C.Btia..4 fwm rage One). state track-meet two years ago. Last 'Sollee's teammate, T. H. Carlton, the Caucasus, about 100 Bolshevikswere constantly\ travelling or in ,

I ca h.r tip some points this season is year lie was, easily the best on the 22, of Wauchula, did not go to Atlanta left in charge of the army storesat sun. Many times I thought it*
miles be restful '
more to
J. '0. Cox,, 23f of Gainesville This campus in these events. Under last, spring because of an in- Heiderabad city twenty die thQ fa

: ,____" ___.__....____1...______'______ "'". jury. This year the well-known Gator from Uremia. They opened a ba- but the courage of my wife
f --- ----- Carl- I and sold for their own benefit dren keprnte up until we
= SCHEDULE FOR EXAMINATIONSAJM. half-back is in good condition. zaar read
-," I ton is a 100-yard and a 220-yard man ammunition, rifles and food stuffs to goal in Hamadan., .".
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12.' i 2-5 P. M. and-a broad jumper. Indications are all Kurdistan people. With permission -- --

>"' t ,' Saturday. January, 29. that, he will make a valuable man on from the allied governments and S H 0 i E
-" Greek AQhemjstry the track team. Dr. Yonan with 100 Assyrian rifles -
i f : .a. English I. .. *
p r- III 4 French I Besides Sollee, W. "". Gunn, 21, i ; men, marched to Heiderbad, seized

1 -. .'.. .:lIydra 1ics '-t' : Mechanics I the only other letter man on the \ the" stores and demanded the Bolshevik H B. M. TENCH
< t' ',r Surveying I. squad. Gunn is a long distance run- return to the Causasus.
AnL Husb. I
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I \1\1- ., ; 4. *:: ; 1"; : ; 1 Dairying I ner. He will be a starter in the mile '_ After 36 days of ceaseless labor
I '. 4--". .. "- Hort. X and two mile events no doubt. G. H. ;1 1and military experience, of a type (J Gainesville,
.I, ,'"' r '" Agro. IT, Hodges, 24, a' tall,, fast Tennessean.I} that comes to but few .professors of

;. ; Monday.,- January. 31. ., |( looks like a good two-miler right now. heology, Dr. Yonan returned to E
; ?>' Florida
French, A_, ', t f Biology I Thirty-five men are now out Uremia to find that guerrilla war I
Mun.:'Engineering. i Chemistry V I Among these men some might be [had become organized war. At the
I'; I Physics I : } ; i :"- ": Education III mentioned either as old menor as ?nd of eight months seige supplies: vS H 0
:' Vet. Sc. II giving especial promise. D. A. Rambo E
I An1malHusb.1V.; .. ;; -, were completely exhausted. Prom-
: Hort VI 'ii J. W Alger G. H. Hodges, W L % -
Sociology I' : setTaid from the British did not ar -
i Ag. Engineering _. i ":1'> N. Math IIIChem. Robinson, O. D. Lennard, J,S. Sher- rive. The miserable retreat of 80,- See Vidal Drugor
''''. Tuesday, February 1. -:<', < man, L. E. Todd, O. T. Green, T. F v)0 began at midnight. July 2, 1518. Drugs, Stationery,
Biol. VISpanish I West, T. O. Otto, E. F. Gunn E. "". The first object of the retreat was .. .

I : f A _. ::7' :. Hist. I Milligan. Some of the basketballmen '*)e British territory about Hamadan. Articles, Candies
Else: Eng.. III'j.. :_-., -' Hort. I ,will be out after the basketball nut arriving there they found a fam- Sontrenir; Cards, Natem >t

I'4 Ag. Eng. HI.Philosophy / : season. W. M. Madison is a high -: e in the land and the British*urged
2.'.' jumper, M. S. Cohen is a 880-yard
: Wednesday. February ,1Jo hem to push on to Bakuba. There EVERYTHING ELECTETJOS.
Ii I .- German It' runner and J. K. Jeremiassen throw he refugees settled, worn with exx -

t' Physics V. ; .; Spanish I the sure, starvation and disease. Many\ '
I, Math IV ,.', \ ',. Math B '>f them are still under the care of the J. SEYKOR1Pkwe ?
"FoundryAero. .s .. Elec. Eng. I ISAAC YONAX. sear '
I c.. : ...... t ,East Relief.
VI :;...1 ;< Physics III More\ than 202,000 died of starva*
L 'VO." '. """ The 107 Gainesville, Ik
Sociology Vr.F ;t. Agro. A and 1 retreat of a harried and muni- tion, thirst
.. or at the hands
'r --W.;: M
; ThnrsdaySFebruary,3 fionTespeople 500 LLUMTct
4 : .. : across of i >f the Turks. The entire retreat .
; Mil./Sc. I'" .. 'l" '< Mechanics II desert sands i is one of the experiences i t series of shiftin battles. was DRUGGISTS

t Mil. Sc. H *- -,- ,.a. : ,. -'f Biology which Dr. Isaac Yonan has in com- S an's two older boys, Joash and Dr.John Yo- The Rexall Store
i Mil Sc. III ;'.: .., :' .. Des. Geometry men with 60,000 fellow Assyrians agen 14 and 18, were Agents for
I Mil. ScriV: '. ." ,_ I, Vet. Sc. IV ; The 6000 survivors of the most dem- transporting always busy Liggetts.; and Norris' CM!
.. ':.. '- '' --r-.,' ; ''ocratic and wounded in a Red Crosse
agglomerate Gainesville
i Pol. Sc. I army in th wagon which the-' had built- them- P.
I :Chemistry XI. world are now refugees at Bakuba I I -eives. Of this
t .. terrible
' r experience
I' 4* ,Friday, ,: February, .. 4. near Bagdad. Dr. Yonan will speak I I Dr. ,-y.-. says I I FLORIDA BARBER
t S
I ; .l' Biology XI", :'.: r -. ,. Biology VIIPhysics in the First Presbyterian church, "When the awful arrived
Latin B "." 11LatinI ,Gainesville, Friday evening, February when the whole moment For Students and Othe
'I" ,". .' 4.When. nation had to flea
Struct. Eng. for their life from the Turks. Shades 20c. Haircati!
I Math I Railroads J the Russian collapse came in I was
I J **** f ft i 1917 the Assyrians West Side Square Giaer
J Agro V Vet. Sc. III and other Near I

t I i. iqrt., III, .4*! ...4"" >: ,*- ***-. English II t East peoples were left defUseless( : JACKSONVILLE v Ooo ow.
1 I !I' against the S.
I : .Saturday, February -- marauding bands of
J I. ':'Math A "- Vet. Sc. IV Turks, Dr. Yonan was selected bv SPORTING Everything in Groceriei

: '! Elec. Eng. 11;,,, ,.. t -. RLF. ,- -, ) Hort. VII Mar Shimon, the Patriarch, as on- For ,Goodness Sake Drink
I- I of a committee DORSEY'S DELIGHT
-German A"a which would represent GOODS COI7!
}Hort IV ., '* the case of the Near East
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