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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: February 11, 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>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 24, 1912)-v. 65, no. 74 (Jan. 31, 1973).
General Note: Summer issues also called: Summer school ed., <1915>-1920 and again in 1923; summer issues also called: Summer ed., <1921>.
General Note: Has occasional supplements.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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t ''t. FEBRUARY' 11,1921 THE FLORIDAALLIGATOR. -

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. I r :J' I _.. DUYAL COUNTY CLUB "JIEETS;, BOTH, -if" INSULTEDf_ farmers-Jn our history of ? tile!,
r ,, \ ;:; CHALLENGES HILLS ORO. with sudden lurch I Stucjent-Adam aDd EVe. i
; t .. : :;, The.car stopped i
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: t >'Duval Tough gent: -thattotorma say fit I
the
. : DROP IN il/ = \Vednesday night Because
: rI Last of Wo tin ell does he ,thing this is a Studertt- theyas l'&ised !
meeting
I? County club held its first Blankety -?-!-.. soon as they got AbJe.II' I IJ
It was largely attt freight train. I J IJ

j t- OTTO F. STOCK the."nded present, showing year.that' the members. are.- oology.Young" Thing- : "Sir I demand an Professor- : "So- sir, you -said 0. Ir J
: almosterstanding tmpos !
capable of doinj. the I doesit a learned jackass did r
what "tne 7: G.: "So do I, miss, an' if he sI was ftt"I
I Tailor ble that .a, and announce :' again, we'll both get off."-Sun I Freshie: "No. sir, I merelyed a
pride ball'
of the mess that you were a burro of
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: The hosts, alessr:: s. George au-1 Dodger. mation."Boston Transcpirt
t F .tom Alteration Cleaning- .Pressing Richard Stanly, had their apartment\ .
decorated. The '- _
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1! Phone 354 Gaines ille F a. simply and tastefully I IiI
t. beautifully kalsomined
wails were
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gently
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bare, so that, guests w
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!Ii injure themselves. .
The entertainments of the evening
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f !i1 : and various. These
': University students, by patronizing iJ'j were consisted numerous mostly of bull; although ; .'GAINESVILLE'S- FOREMOST, 'SHOPPING CENTER

.. the White House Dining Room, may several members made high scores in -
enjoy the satisfaction of knowing j wood-up. A more entertaining and Featuring :

they,have the finest service and most pleasing number followed, which wasa V
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entitled "If the Rain Store
recital Good Department Should
song Everything That a
delicious food
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t Made Flowers Beautiful, Oh, Why
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": Table d'Hote meals $1.00. Parties *'
This
t !:Ii; Didn't it Rain on Me? was G
'i' : >4 and Banquets by _pecial arrange- ', ; !!fi Ii rendered by Count Barrs, whose voice. F
; ; ', ment. For table reservations Phone -- y; gave the sympathetic storm effect. aM
.< ', ; No. 295. .f'i; The hosts are firm believers in the [..1 i' ___':. I t.J jT; "Ii' iIiiiIiIt
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!::F; old saying: "Pleasure before Busi-

> -' ness;" hence the guests were served '.'

,.. The. White House Dining oom !Ii a most delicious fruit and ,cake
Gainesvi Ile' ., !Ii course. The fruits and cakes were
s Social Center. :: UNIVERSITY BOOK STORE
... extremely enjoyed by Misters\ (?) K. THE
; !Ii R. Warnock and S. L. Pomeroy. To
W Mr. Pomeroy goes the honor'of con- l Basement language Hall
!:fi! !fi 1ftli! !: :. i **,i:: celing the most cakes in his depart- f NEW LINE OF UNIVERSITY JEWELRY AND STATIONERY, i

ment of the interior; while Mr.' War OF PENNANTS, FRESHMAN CAPS
; I i .. r I] -Y= LARGE ASSORTMENT
1 notk in the future will be an authority 5 MEMORY BOOKS. ETC.
DO BUSINESS WITH t fruits. !I
on I A Everything For the Student.DORAN'S \1
ij Assisting in looking after the pleas-
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BANK
ures of the guests was no other than
I little William McBribe of Seville. He = L IJ '"
: f The New Million Dollar Bank" Resources Over $2,000OOui
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I was daintily clad in'a pair of Headlight -- -- -- - -
i, Overalls, beautifully in spliced i I i
IlL .rralg_ \W-"lI' '! _, rope, and the j jdy of the occasion; i'
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flitting hither and thither, as a little :
; gfsatfgfiittn aig Ilt butterfly stealing kisses from the BICJfCLE SHOP

: "i: DICK :REID I blushing Then the flowers.business came up, and it 1 1tfi j 1 I FOR BICYCLES. East ACCES Maid ORIES Street and REPAIRS I .

was decided that 'the Duval County

!'1. S Modes of the Moment Ctyb, party of the first part, would .. -. .. 0/91

t !, bob Franklin Street -- -Tampa, Florid challenge the Hillsboro County' Club, ... _ :-- _ .... .. T.
J i ; :." Hats-Clothing-Furnishings party of the second part, to a basket-, ,
asn u ifiiritfnfiifa! YY; ; YY; ;! !fiY; Y; Y; YY; ;! !IiY;! !fi bal Igame, allowing only legal members A JOHNSON'S PHARMACY

i of said clubs to participate in J Drugs, Medicines\ Stationery, Toilet and Rubber Goods
[1 i v' i. 1," 1 '1J 1 !. : ..tl Ti said contest. Date of contest to b .| We Guarantee Personal Attention to Prescriptions.
i decided after our fatal and final,ex-. Only Purest Drugs Used. Low Prices. Quality 8uaruteI +d
aminations.The I ( Gainesville, Florida.
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,i 1 :, Colson Land Company: next real important issue: to I I .

arise, (as there were at all times ....._ _ __ -. __ .- '..- .. l'
j : Improved Farms of all sizes many of the other variety), was the .i.... -- - -- - ." -
All sorts of City Property i coming Seminole would not publish j I
I At right prices and reasonable terms. pictures of the sponsors of the differ

I A. Buyers should consult them before making a ent county clubs. This action un- I GREENLEAF& CROSBY COMPANY
1: choice of property doubtedly deprives the University of j!
t i !r a great amount of publicity which 1 K
lice ppoiite A.:C. L, DEpot Phone N : it "Noted for Quality"'
I 1 6 could get in no other channel.

I 1 1 Pleasure and business having ceas j Diamonds, Fine Jewelry, China, Cut Glass and Silverware x
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c ...-- -. -. -- -' ....... --- ----.. which Nothing, but a motion to adjourn, 104 West Bay Street. I Jacksonville, Fls
was seconded by a thousand j i
c I powerful throats. 1 Selection Packages Sent on Request

-By JABO. Class Pine, Rings, Medals, Trophies x
AUTO SUPPLIES AND. ACCESSORIES x
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::: I OVER AT PEABODY I It

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GOODYEAR and AJAX t The officers of the Peabody Debating -

I' TIRES AND TUBES Society were .installed last :Monday -
I '' SAVE-SERVE-SATISFY : *:,. t flight with ceremony befitting the For Goodcats and First Class service come to the if
importance of their positions. Our

t new president, Mr. McLean, told of A. C. ROOM
L. LUNCH
I Gainesville Auto Supply Company t his rise from the ranks of the "sec

ond term conditional sub-rats" to the
t position as president of Peabody. He One Door North A. C. L? Depot

I t appealed to the members s
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other of- -
ficers made short talks .
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S mester's work.I se- 1 I THE METHODIST BARRAGA GLASS

i AMERIEAN SHOE REPAIR COMPANY::t body say Hall there were over 125 at Pea- j I
Monday *
night and I am Invites you to attend its sessions every Sunday

i AND SHINE PARLOR :: the sure next you,that and there next, will and be next that Monday many t t I morning: at 9:30.: j

: Q nights. Every Teachers' College, man J We study PRACTICAL PROBLEMS

*: Ge.. Tampas and Louis Eliades, Proprietors crime out to.the next meeting and we I ,, Pertaining to your Social, Moral, and Economic life.
; 115 West Main Street Nor h Phone will endeavor '
129. to make the Visit
program t us once; you will come ag ain. .
J. V. Blame, Agent; Room 31 Buckman f so( satisfactory that
.A Gain.mJJe. : Florida j that,held those 125 seats I i Cars will be out from town to take you inLets
E 125 men last :Monday ]
night .
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1 will be filled from this time on. iiS ,I go I

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_KfiKRfa !fi !fififiYififififi! ! !fi! CAMOUFLAGE.Little A IUSI I&'J'S DREAM ." "The Vamp.1

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.. ft Little winks so quaint; My Dear "Tambourine Girl"- FRAT INITIATION

.' Srs! Makes you think it's'',%love, When "I met; 'you, among the DRAWS POLICEMENThe

\ When it really ain't. The 'Vanderbilt roses," "O'er the desert wide," and in '
Hustler. the "tents of Arabs," "on. the trail of latest thing in the line of

I Igj the Lonesome PineI looked "be- fraternity initiations took place a

HENRY GIDDENS CLOTHING CO hind your silken veil,' and saw a Ohio, when open air singing of the
There are meters of air R.. i
carried out. Eight
."Chile bean" Now I'm "wond'ring' highest type was
And meters of tone,
> !H '"who did it:.' Now "Dardanella students were perched upon the high-
tr But the best to meet'erIs '
meet'er way alone. "you air t heard nothin' yet," "until est limbs of the tallest trees from 7

to you "tumble in" "that tumble down p. m. until late into the night, each

Solicits the business of College men, guaranteeing I i.shack in Athlone," where "I'll always singing a different tune. The, bedlam
'Gator baseball
month the -
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scarce a I
!S )(be waiting for you," 'cause "nothing ( continued for several hours until
correct styles, high grade quality ;and workmanship nines will be seen cavorting
!counts but you." a nearby resident who was up-

yi around: the bases, limbering up arms: J'j in "Oh, mother, I'm wild, 'cause "Ive able to get to sleep, called the police

r HATS and: whetting the old batting eye. KOt the left all alone again 'blues," department. The officers' threats
KNOX ,STETSON HATS, !x Last year's entire squad. with the exception 1
"
eo "Marjorie"feather nest/ were futile for a long time, and it
your
of Wilsqjn ,and.
HANAN SHOES outfielders cause "Sweet Mamma," Pappa's get- was not until they finally' threatenedto
I Oglivie; will be back in uniform, and .
call the fire and
department' turn
jting mad! "Hold me" 'in ,your )
witH the wealth material ;nthe'
ROGER PEET, KUPPENHEIMER .iH freshman class of new Florida should l arms," "La Veeda," at "Ching-a- the hose on them, that the neophytes
could be coaxed from their perilous
Lings jazz bazaar, but "go slow and
and SOCIETY BRAND CLOTHES. I turn out one of the most The formidable of t easy," because "Oh, by Jingo," "I'm roosts and. the party dispeTSed.I .-
teams in the South. presence
forevefr' blowing bubbles," ati your! I Rocky Mountain Collegian.
the Fleming Field .will
on
!fi Chillies 1 "Chile bean.' ,
also be -Q big help to the team. '
"Whoa, January," "Give the Colorado Aggy showed up good In
m mfi me
HENRY GIDDENS .
CLOTHING CO. Coach KKline will be the helm, withsuch .
the
ring when
Sultan's harem, 4'o.1liami shore.:' recently every man of
able assistance as Prof, Beck give me a smile and a kiss,' ,and'..one. the eight Aggies who entered the

Giddens Building f The Clothing Co. and, Lance Richbourg. two, three, four,' glasses of ;neer Denver Athletic: Club bouts came out
Franklin at Lafayette Phone 2276 !x A number of coleges: in the coun beer," afid "I'll sing you to sleep with successfully. '
try .have adopted boxing as one of
Tampa, Florida "
old fashioned
an melody, and wake
the major. s'ports.Vhy not the U.
with Georgia Tech has students from
you up "that cat-step.
tfr! of F.? There is surely enough fistic
I 27 States and.three .
!fifi "Me-ow! foreign countries. ...
talent here to Have tournament in "
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So, "So long, Oo Long." If you Among these students. are more than.
the spring.: If a tournament couldbe
90 from Florida.
sees "Whistling Rufus," "Slippery
I staged, why not send out a challenge I '.
Bill" or "Parson," or "Sal Thom-
$ to one of the other Southern men'in, I bone," ell them "he came in like a I WHY WAIT
colleges to meet 'their best (
!BiYI lion," and went out with "the yellow- '
] 111 ...' ... the respective weights? None of the I dog blues 'he clock struck nine, I looked, at
iJ"And colleges in the S. I. A. A. have as ye; I.I Kate,
,"Good-bye, "O" "Chinese chop
tP6ttli taken up the sport seriously. Wl9ycan't sticks." Her lips were red,
I'll meet you -"at dawning rosy .1
the 'Gators jump into the lead i ," while "reaching for the moon,"' "At quarter after nine< 1 meanShe
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and set a precedent for the others to $"where the River Shannon flows.' I To steal a kiss," I said. .
follow? Let's forge ahead* in the,
C I "You know/ I am not. "happy," but .
world and make the name -
t&a of sport 'fl love you just tbe'same," Sweet cast a rougish glance at 'me,
t&an of the University of Florida stand at
And then she
Adeline, "when you're alone. So whispered low, r,
the top. "au revoir,' "ray'Cairo Love," "until""The With her sweetest smile,f

The Smile Foows the Spoon preacher makes you mine." "The clock is 15'minutes slow.f-. .
The second series of games in the Sewanee Purple.
I full of "Foreveryourn, .
I Inter-Mural League were
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scrap from the word go. The.first

between Teachers and
game -
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Engin'l
eers was full of interest and ,
Although: the Teachers lost by the

Yfififi;! !fiRfi! !: !fi1.mF;:: ; score of 22 to 9 they, had improved Hotel Hilsboro

.J heir team work and will give the -. ,
!j next team they play a hard game. .' t

THE NEW YORK RACKET ii The ngineers had also improved their ';, .:. "TOP O'THETOWN" I. j

t5i passing game and showed better skill <'

Agent ForFlorsheim the basket. Individual Hotel' !
in finding Largest All Year Round

: Shoes. f; stars in this game were few and far '. ... "-In State ,
f between, but Hait for Teachers and
L n A. Simmons for Engineers showedup

tfa Httirjpjiijrafiajrjrajgjijiirarcmfiij best. Tampa Florida'

The second game between the Ags.

!:f and Law was a sure enough battle. r
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i fi iFELLOWS' little too work.rough This at times they played H........... ....... ..... .... JI'
: team was the first appearance
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of the Law team and they

\ 1 t; will give the balance of the teams aI I' J'
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\ hard fight to decide the Campus su ;.: .5 .-

Si* premacy. Honors were about even i ,

I : ?V I in individual playing on both sides, TON"
THE BON
b .. If you want a ., but mention could be made of the ":;

goal shooting 'of Dunken and Sco-1 S 5 ., I

Pencil field, of the Law team. The score 1 1I S R f1"eslx'DentfParlor! : k
Fountain l Pen'and EversKarp I"I
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I Next Thursday evening at 7:30 the Complete Line
We Have Both AtMILLER'S r Fraternity Stationery :
Ags will play the Arts and Science '

team and the Teachers and Law will Candies andTobaccoes of allKinds .
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rte .', ,.t' !I as College follows: W.. L. Pet. Courtesy, Service ad Strictly Sanitary :

I Arts and Science -'1 .0 1000 \ : '

vi I I Law '_ 1 0 1000 .
I i Q! Agriculture _ii2. 1 0 500 I '

f'itfi i!: Engineering ---..- 1 1 .50T f ....-....' .II.. ,...fl. ........... ,
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f .......'7 .Official Publication of Student Body of ,University of Florida"} ":;/ ++-_ ---- '* You can't beat these values: I
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J. HERBERT FORD ..--.-.----.---l. :l..... --.m.-......_.. EDITOR-IN-CHIEF +. + + * 5 We're cleaning up our odd suits unsold-they'ye Hart Soft
Ii 'TRUMAN GREEN ..___.____.--n-r--....._.-,...--_...-:-_.._... MANAGING EDITOR + *: + + most outstanding 5 Mark finest suits for this fall's men's purchate-nodels.and* conservative stoats sly.f
Jack is of the and stubs- more etyle]
HORACE LOOMIS .._......__..__.__.'.._.._:.._.... ASST. :MANAGING EDITOR at one U. of F.-speaking from regulars These clothes cost. more young. to tailor, priced-
":, I r ., H. M. FRIEDLANDER... .__....___.._.._.._..._... BUSINESS MANAGERM. figure::> vertical viewpoint -
1 r ." \ STEIN ..__...uu__,..._..__,,. __. ___._._. ASST. BUSINESS MANAGER a lateral and not a is not so !
R. B. HOSKINS HAROLD KLOCK MURRAY COHEN although his prominence j
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I' pronounced as 'twas in his warring i $32.50to $48.50
I GLOVER MILLER \ F. O. SPAIN, JR. PETE HARRIS '
four ...
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DEPARTMENT seasons in promoting business in' the

I' I : ,. M. B. KNIGHT ___......i:MECHANICAL__...:....r.! *.............. ......_.._.....___._.-___u.__r_.._..___... FOREMAN hospital, the S.like I. that A. A., conceived, S. P. C.the A. -L FORbLLY .

.' ';. B. O. SMITH ........._...._..____.__.......__...........__.....-..._...._...._......u__ PRESSMAN something: looming i .
; idea that race suicide was a
; ,: Entered at Gainesville, Fla., po_toffice as Second Class mail matter. menace! with such depopulating $57.50 Xt, ;' $80.00< > fa*

i i Subscription. : $1.50 the year.SNOBBISHNESS. agents as Jack in action, so an edict : ,.' ': : '
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J I -- i OR CARELESSNESS? _.4j to pass that the has-been specialistin' tj. fei
I ; 1 The writer has noticed anatomical destruction has f>,r- \
a growing tendency: on the Campus, '
t ,t : on the part of some students which, if not curbed, might soon develop saken his' *ways and taken up' the L Wolf Brothers
I L. : t into snobbishness. This situation arises,;regarding speak peaceful* pursuit of an Ag.x: Ah, Vil- j.
i.i I' lug to one another while traversing he paths and sidewalks to la, thou hast nothing on our Jack: I
; and from our classes. Though retired to the inactive list
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r -The University of Florida, fron, its very origin, has been'. Jack contributed to the 'Gators last*
!I ,' 4. noted for the spirit ol good fellowship and! democracy that has season all the moral\?t \\ support his : TAMPA, FA.
always existed on its Campus. Each and every new student has presence could inspire. From the'se- II
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I been taught that it is not only his privilege/ his duty to clusion of the sideline he exuded aL .
i! along! a l Lind! word of greeting to the other'fellow upon meeting pass! the verbal animosity /possible, while I II
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i or in passing. Blame for the apparent neglect of thIS democratic interspersed with this there Vas a I I ft

I' custom must be'placed at the door of carelessness or perhaps 'nE goodly line of encouragement and"ad [ ffiit fa2fH : !: !fifi! ser
Ii E difference. The writer sincerely hopes that there are no students vice for the wearers _of the Orangeand te'
within the gates of this institution Blue. .
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or even posse
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I snobbish endencies. But tOrn outsider today, the action: of some As above mentioned, however, it i Is I -:-; ,
i i I r few of our fellow students could easily form an impression that all pat;; and gone now, with the result -
I such was the case. ,; v that at present Jack is dedicated i
II So, let's watch ourselves, fellows, and obey that impulse to the exciting pastimes of endeavoring I II'
,1 r .. Pass along the word You Can Lead a Cork to Water but
7 .. of good cheer and fellowship to the othe- to propagate a weeples. .
i I .., fellow whenever: we meet. It won't cost you anent today and it potato, mak'e' oranges grow on thorn Vou Cannot Make, it Sink %
may mean millions to you tomorrow.; Remember-it pays to trees, and develop species of corn r
t !.: amile. and cotton that will be selfcultivating r
I I n and ultraf wealth-producing. The Don't let this suit value we are going: to tell r
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{ I .. .fact that he- is even now fast approaching you about float on your imagination on but let it
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il l v \ nown is -well bone out by a statement sink in your mind until you find out that seeingis

11 f University Men of his made a few days ago to believing. Absent treatment wont get you one
; j the effect that! one exam had struck
...: its colors aftersuccumbing to the of these all wool Kisc ba im flannel suits i neither ".
't V strenuous assaults of his ignorance fij:1
You
,: ti are A waysWELCOMED and "Little single or double trusted style) at $25 t
intellect. of
drops
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: : ., \ Mc OW ALL( the future is filled with wonderful Bent ;3
thing which shall befall at his I : The Clothier I'I'J
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: ; t As a campus character Jack rates .
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I. and make yourselves at home the distinguished class. One of the -:

,: : 1! : t : t principal capacities in which he is .

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g ig l- : SPORTING look like a D minus while
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: Jack passes in review all would-be
::I Hardware of all Kinds. social lions sit up and appear as attentive I and,Gay Furniture, Globe Werniek Sectional Book

: as a frecklefaced boy at a s, Aeolian, Vocation, Paths Phonoprarpk Napanee Kit-
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'; ,; :/ i registering undiluted admiration bordering i Cabinets, Belding Hall Refrigerators, Aeroltrx Porch. !
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t. r- i "Mtld 1 seemed a sort of permanent fixture,
Tie will not be with" us much longer, ; Window Shades, Awnings. .

i but will go forth to buck the line ina ,
bigger game, bearing along with
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matter where he aim $ $Yi -
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'; to put across, our prediction is thai ;
D... R. COX, Proprietor. the old 'Gator scrapping spirit wilshow
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j it + + a host of others. Then wait and see ver, Lavin, Ridgeway, Zerfoss and Feb. .-Centre at Danville.

+ what happens to Jess when he and Shanklin. Wilhelm will also be out Feb. 14.-Georgetown at Georgetown E

IN THE REALM OF SPORT + Dempsey hook up again on March 17."Think again. -

+ twice 'before you leap, Fred- Besides these men who have already Feb. .-Vanderbilt at Lexington.. ;

(By Frank Spain, Jr. + die. made their mark in University Feb. 25.-Cumberland at WiUiams-
+ basket ball there is a wealth of nee burg. s
+ Basket ball prospects fo rthis sea- material including about fifteen stars Feb. 26.-Tennessee at Knoxville.
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t and the cin- will + + son are exceedingly good and Coach from various high school team,? Feb. 28.-Vanderbilt at Nashville.
baseball diamond burst into the
limelight of
The rounding into Southern Buckeit predicts a championshipteam. throughout thel State. Mar 3.-Centre at Lexington. ,
fast
track are track, athletics with a blaze of Last year the Wildcats were Athletic Director Boles has rto One more game will be scheduled.The .
watchful of Lt ,
Jpe under the eye glory.
The lieutenant is doing aae known as one of the strongest teamsin completed the schedule of games, buta
tkinS n. this section of the and lost Tulane Year Book Jambala a.
country, tentative one... has been submittedas
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for the University one It is rumored that there .
work
will be an the game decidingthe championship follows: x is now*facing a great crisis. Altho
at has long been needed. Track other contestant in the Southern foot by the close of the and ,
margin one field goal. Jan. 15.-Cumberland College at biggest best annual in the
thletics have been neglected at the ball field next year, in the person of Very few of last ye r's letter men Lexington. history of Tulane has been planned, r

Eirersity like no other sport. Here- Emory University of Atlanta. They have failed to show up. The old let- Jan. 26.-Cincinnati at Cincinnati. financial reports show a total deficitof

fore our track has not even teen have never been allowed to engage in I ter men who 'are coming out for Jan. .-Aupburn at Lexington.Feb. early $$1,500 of the amount necessary

hy of the hnnual High Schooleet intercollegiate football before, but practice are: Burnham, Hayden, Ser- 6. Georgetow at Lexington. : for publication. sr
held on our campus every now the word comes that the ban has

ring. When the track now being de- been lifted, and they will have a

doped is completed it will be one of team in the race for the S. I. A. A. """n: -.r, -.1:11[' -

!e finest in the South, and will be honors. This is one of the 'largest

large factor in securing the annual schools in the South and they should ll'iih acknowledgments to K. C. B.

I.. A. A. meet here next year. It turn out a wonderful team. The

ifl be one of the few tracks in the An ech from Basbeenville was ', -

entry with a 220-yard straightway, caught on the wire yesterday to the \J ;

hich: is one of the field requirementsr effect that Freddie Welsh is attempting ; : ;F ,
the S. I. A. A. A relay teamnd a come-back. If this is true This'h

a Pentathlon man will be sent to Freddie has undertaken a herculeantask ; s S

ennsylvania for the international and one that very few accom- .

rack meet to be held there in the plish. Billy Papke did the trick a

ring. A team will aslo be sent to long time ago when he came back modelN. '
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tlanta>for the S. I. A. A. meet. ItT and knocked Stan Ketchel for a goal a 1921

!! be remembered that Sollee* was after Stan had won the middle weight '

ent last year and he came out with crown from him. Before'Welsh tries .. '

ven points, finishing ahead of Geor- this almost impossible feat it mightbe '.,;.,' /

la and a number of others who sent well for him to sit back and call LAST MONTH. on a bet.
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nd promising material is out this made. Think of whac happened to '. ., -f"
ear and it is hoped that the 'Gators old John L. Sullivan, to Jeffries, _and e x / / I SPENT aanight. "I : J... ,
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In Jacksonville :, > : '" :: .; THAT spicy, delicipu
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GO TO k BUT BEFORE you fade makes you almost hungry for
I the "satisfy-smoke." And
AD4nrotIjtn t LEAVE WITH me one there isn't a ghost of a chance
\ -\ "In packages of 30 protected .. you'll ever find its equal anywhere -
by special moisture-proof OF YOUR cigarettes. f_ -for the Chesterfield
wrapper. Also in round '. f blend is an exclusive blend.
AIR-TIGHT tins of 50. THEY SATISFY. It can't be copied._ '
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iii,; >any tea-animals known as sea-cows, William P.'Duval, drawn to Floridaby E

: ; tr manatees, along the west eoaat of his apointment as judge of East How is a Wireless
: ; Florida and in the many inlets from Florida under General Jackson's administration -
1 i I I tfct gulf. The natives began to kill was the first governor j
these animals for the bones, which under the law of 1822, and held the : ::2-- Received

!: : !, brought fair prices. in certain markets position of chief magistrate langer j s Th Message. ? 1 1EVERY
t < 4 until today the manatee U _almost I.j than any other man in the history of ,-% i
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j !' ( extinct. The name will live in FUrida. His record for twelve years

t Florida, however, for a county rf was one of unselfish devotion to the ) Mount
has filament. a attal
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i the state established Jan. 9, 18C5 was interests of the people he was chosento I
I named after this sea-animal, Man- serve, red as well as white, and he :; on a wire in the lamp near the] filament. A current .1
I and the plate when
i atee. L. L. THOMPSON. seems to have ably met every emerg- -j r' the space between the filament the
I ency as it aro'se. The greater woes '
filament glows.
1 the followed the ,
of young Territory
) in 1883. Hence it
: this phenomenon was
observed
close of his prudent administration. j Edison ,first
I Governor Duval was of Huguenot 7 called the "Edison effect.".
,:. In writing of the advisability of descent, born at Richmond, Virginia, :' = studied the "effect" but they could not explainit
the honor system at Perdue I ., Scientists long
adopting -
in 1784, son of an ofiicef of the Revolutionary with
of experimenting Crookes
t' the editor of the Perdue Exponent satisfactorily. Now, after years
army. IB boyhood, his spirit
recently expressed his belief that outraged by a little household tubes, X-ray tubes and radium, it is known that the current that

I I the honor system would fail if tried tyranny, he went to Kentucky, where 'leaps across is a stream of "electrons"exceedingly minute particles

1 l' tint at present. The reason given is: h. grew to manhood with the sturdy negatively charged with electricity.
"not because too students are .
t r many experience of a ranger and hunter. in wireless communica-
electrons play an important part
dishonest, but because tradition die- These ,
a ,. He had success as a lawyer com- -
i r' ''i tats. their honor to include tattling manded a company against the ;North- .t. tion. When a wire grid is interposed between the filament and the

1 1, '. as beneath n loyal l boilermaker." western Indians in 1812, and was: plate and charged positively, the platens aided in drawing electrons

i t a a-.- < elected to Congress, where he served <'. .7. across; but when the grid is charged negatively it drives back the electrons. I.

I, in 1813 and 1815. His shrewdness as A very small charge applied to the grid, as small as that received 1

COACHES OF GATOR TEAMS a politician secured' his appointmentas from a feeble wireless wave, is enough to vary the electron
,,' governor of Florida, but it does
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not that office could have '- stream. ..
In order that the students may appear
: know just who is rseponaible for the sought a man better adapted to perform So the grid in the tube enables a faint wireless impulse to control

various branches of athletics at FlorIda its duties. lie knew the Indian, the very much greater amount of energy in the flow of electrons, and

:we publish the following infor- and great evils might have been prevented so radio signals too weak to be perceived by other means become per-
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mation: by the promptness, firmness, ceptible by the effects that they produce. Just as the movement of
Faculty Committee Athletics: fair treatment, and wise display of ... '
a on throttle controls locomotive in motion, so a wireless wave,
a a great
military strength, which .he often l'
: Professors Beck, Kline, Leake, Reed;
j Major Ward, Secretary White. took occasion to urge upon the government ,: ,\ by means of'the grid, affects the powerful electron stream.

I Voting members of the Athletic I at Washington. Socially, he _- .;; All this followed from studying the mysterious "Edison effect"a --'

J Hoard-Coach Kline, Prof. Beck, R. P. was a man of unstinted hospitality i ;' ,. ,<-'. purely scientific discovery.
i of unbanity as well as shrewdness in ,
Terry, Lance Richbourg, Jack
foresee what results will follow from research in
No one can pure
his
relations to and (famous
GoMsby W. J. Bivens, George Stanly. mt'n. a
G. W. Hartman is acting ,presidentand narrator of stories, the telling of science. Sooner or later the world must benefit practically from the

J. F. Merrin is secretary I which seemed to be his favorite I ::. discovery of new facts.

Coaches and assistant coaches: pastime For this reason the Research Laboratories of the General Electric -
\ Governor Duval arrived at Pensa-
Football Head coach Kline.
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Company are concerned as. much with investigations in pure science
j Kaskethnll-Head coach, Kline; cola in time for the first meeting of
;, I; assistant Leake. the council, set at Pensacola for Juno as they are with the improvement of industrial processes and products.

: Baseball-Head' coach, Kline; assistants i 10, 1822, but owing to the failure of 'it They, too, have studied the Edison effect" scientifically. The result

I ,. Beck Richbourg. arrival of many of the delegates it ._': ._ has been a new form of electron tube, known as the "pliotron",a type

Track-Head coach, Kline; assistants was late in the summer before the :; of X-ray tube free from the vagaries of the old tube; and the "kene-
i Reed Atkinson. >Council convened and even then having 't'
I : tron", which is called by electrical engineers a "rectifier" because
Tf'nnis-llead bare majority. At this first ,
coach, a
: fcWard. has the property of changing an alternating into a direct current.
I ; Wrestling--Head coach, Man- meeting the council created the new *
; A..tr; Assistant, White. counties of Jackson and Duval from All these improvements followed because the Research Laboratories -

J Gymnasium-Head coach, Ma\ .- cambia and St. Johns respectively, try to discover the "how" of things. 'Pure science always

j r ,; ehester; assistant: White. the baby county of Escambia takingthe justifies itself.
; Student managers: name of the first s state magistrate
Football-Richard i L, Stanly "23 of and the baby of St. Johns taking then 1
Jacksonville.Sisketball. uue of the second magistrate., The

I \ -William M. :Madison advantageous geographical situationof M i" General.Electric I

I ,! *5tl of Jacksonville Duval County on the St Johns :., ,
laseball-George '\'. Hartman "21of River has caused its principal wty- ,
Fensaeola. Jacksonville, to be the natural ave- :<, General Office Company Schcnectady N.Y.i .

;.. 1'Tack-Artnur ::. Sollee '22 of nue of travel and trade from the interior .t
M Jacksonville.' of the peninsula.R. .

T>..is-Daniel B, Knight 21 of L. STANLY. ,tH7:.-
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Ii Ho y.-Rocky Mountain Collegian.Dad .
SaturdayLee '

: Well, son, what are you. do- '
Moran Eddie in
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New Spring' I ing out of bed. "Fixed
by George"Monday
Son: I just got out to tuck myself I

in.-Lawrence Er.CfaraWillie's : {

Manhattans I quite a machinist, Tom Mix in "The Texan" .

\ isn't he? Tuesday 1't <
Nett-Yes, when his father start- -
t 'c ed to come down the steps the other Bert Lytell "The Price of Re- '
At the threshold of the dawning new Season we present the new Spring night he made a bolt for the door.- demption" '

Manhattan Shirts in all their splendor,'exclusiveness and individuality.The Sun Dial. Wednesday r -

usual initative of the makers is again evident in the smart effects DESOTO COUNTY CLUE :*A Special Paramonnt Feature"" "-.'

which Manhattan shirts The DeSoto County club held its Thursday -
stamp as a superior product
I regular monthly meeting Tuesday .
"The Soul of youth" all star
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night, January 4th. Being as how ...
Nwe Weaves-New Patern Ideas-Immaculate
Tailoring- Friday
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Perfection Throughout IR t friends present, the meeting was ad- Bebe Daniels "She Could'nt i
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They're Ready 'r O. M. BERG, Reporter. ',
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Agricultural Club during the first And saw '; 1"'

bD \ Hi semester officers were elected for t.nifty little jacket .._
; :,;. t3 the coining term. The officers elect- A shirt, chic, not too long :'.
f : >.-<:. .: :" ed were: H. C, Bratley, president; C I looked again and saw .-;: <
H. Nichols, vice president; C. T. Link, A waist, one of those ',
i' secretary and treasurer; W. H. Ma Spider-web, peek-a-boo things ', -.-
lorey, reporter. A little later when I took -;: r:
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4; Owing to the short time Another look, ; -
Our Branch at COLLEGE INN is at your service. that the .: '
; members had to prepare for the inn I saw-what do you call them? 'a'
ter-society debate it was decided to Soft, pink, a silky sheen, _.:
nosjpone this "tryout until .Wednesday Baby blue ribbons, ". -
Y;H&nftratftSRKfiS!: !fi_ "!: :. tF night. Silk stockings .' .
The question of organizing a bas- .I didnt wait long after that. \ .- I
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'ip the judging team and others goingto I i oked again.-The Petrel. .:
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take a fellow's pipe. Take some other possession. I takea
Profits
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wrapped up in his pipe is a fellow's peace of ., look at it

This is t than Nick Damato ::: .'.";'"' ;if
mind, his relaxation, his contentment. more .... flit w

true if it's a W'D C Pipe, because then a good smoke is multi- "The*Best Tailor In Town"

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plied many times over. Our special seasoning process takes .

care of this by bringing out all the sweetness and mellownessof B1ESVILE ELECTRIC .

the genuine French briar. Just. you go to any good dealer : the EARTH.
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Wolf enien, W. L. + + respond to the call for
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'; !. I Copper, A. C. FI in the singing of these Southern Universities, -have given COMPAQ -
I I I V. M. I following amounts: -
: :mradshaw, darky "blue" songs she was irre- The latest thing in intercolUgratesports
I t. Davis, H. J. The University of Teachers' College, Columbia :
sistible. i is
golf.
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:' Cox J. O.Paterson to University _..----- $ 8,000.00University I
i invitations
The Saxophone Sextette gave"Whispering" Nebraska has sent out !
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; 3 C. E. rendi- in a of Illinois, (includes -
and a beautiful several colleges to participate
Calhoun, G. A. tion of "Humoresque" combined with golf tournament to be held in Lin- China __u.u. 18,700.00 !
t : ;1. :Sanders, M. E. "Way Down Upon the Suwannee coln durir.g the month of May. Lawrenceville Academy 4,500.00 0ItJ
r : Burton, R.,P. River," peculiarly adapted to bring The names ,of two students, sus- Ohio Wesleyan University 3,200.00 S tJ
; Lindelie, S. 0. out all the beauties of the saxophone. pended from school for cheating in Rutgers College ..._- 3,000.00
: I I" WiboaH., S. Yerkes Jazz Band, consisting of the violation of the honor system, were Vassar College ....-.. ..- 2,000.00
: ; White, Ale same players as the sextette, featured printed in the Washington Daily re- Penri State University -- 3,000.00 I ; '
r:, Mathews, E. L. Colorado Ag. College ___ 1,000.00 I
Y Walter Reed, Laughing Trambonist, cently upon request of the student )
I Lenges, N. C. -- College of the City of New
in the "Laughing Hyena" (Fiorito) 1'discipline committee. Both students f
: Cadet Corporals, Miss Harris was encored and encored were well, known and rated high in York ___ 1500.00 0
'. Booth, D.,E. until she was unable to appear campus activities. Oregon Daily Wesleyan University __ 1,500.00
t Harrison, W. M. .. further. Surely she has a warm spotin Emerald. Detroit Junior College 1,100.00 ,
t n Hpugh, H. R. her heart for Gainesville for she 'I Holland, Mich..,High School 1.40C.OO
; Schabinger, E. M. must know the great pleasure that Dartmouth i is a great Shortridge High School, Indianapolis -
i I r r Tillman, R. she brought to the boys. That she dedicate stadiums. In 1903 Darl-i _._._--..._ 1,00.00 S 1
; Hofikins, R. :Z.p made a hit personally as well as professionally mouth beat Harvard 11-0 in the first Connecticut CoHfeg-e for Women, :
p ; i i Bullock, W. J. is not (o be doubted. Despite game in the Harvard stadium. an-II| $3.20 per capita; Princeton Theological [
I'. :,I! f Smith, R. K. the fact that many fellows had last Saturday defeated the Seminary, almost $4.00 per capi.
; :
; Mellor, J. W.Hansborough. examinations Saturday morning, and ity of Washington at the n univers-I ta.-University News. '
I J. K.. others were worrying about what a ium in Seattle 28-7. Dartmouthalso
' :. Coleman-, R." V. few days might disclose in regard to played against Princeton in the The States in which lynchings occurred -

I ferry, H. exams already taken, her name was first game in the Palmer Stadium, last year and the number. in
: : Green, T. P. the chief subject of conversation for the Tigers winning 1612. In 1910 I each State are as follows: Alabama, >
I Williams, I. ,K> the next two days.It Dartmouth lost to Georgetown at 17; Arkansas, 1; California, 3; Florida -

I Hubbard, D. is to be hoped that the.man- the opening of the Haverhill, Mass..1: 7; Georgia, 9; Illinois, 1; Kansas,
Parker. F. W. agement of the theatre mentioned will stadium.-Rollins Sandspur. i 1; Kentucky, 1; Minnesota, 3; Mis- :
; :B.rg, O. M. endeavor to procure more productions sissippi. 7; Missouri, .Ii; North Caro- !

,1! Stweard, L. D: of as real 'merit and interest as this Three big eastern teams will play lira, 3; Ohio, 1; Oklahoma, 3; South

11 I !: Daniell), R. S. ri one. Oglethorpe in baseball this spring. Carolina, 1; Texas, lOj Virginia, 1; : j
i i ; Brown. T. R. These West Virginia '
teams are Harvard, Yale an? 1.
; Thomasson, F. W, ''Right. :
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Michigan, all of 'which will spend
'I I t Smgletary, H. R. some time !in the South} training. AFTER THE STORM.
t t I'' BostwIck, W. M. Just why some maidens\ < .
6arlton, R. A. Dye their hair, Students "
I'I at Dartmouth and the "M-76.
i Kennan, T. F. And street- chargeA ; 'I
cars Maybe flIunked.
t # University of Vermont are new enjoying you or maybe you
,,1 I Stansfield, H. C. six-cent fare, I !
[
; the favorite sport of skiing.At passed,
; t Peaden, P. L. Nobody'knows
I Vermont in order Maybe you're j>
i: to get thrillsthe ; glad or you're blue;
D.uglas, W. D. r., students have built a ski jump. Maybe your luck didn't hold till the
I O'Brien, H. A. Or seems to care. last; )

II Wells, J. R. Why rounders go V' Harvard, Princeton, And you failed
Pennsylvania by a point to
I Bunnell, M. F. .,..i', To New York, where West Point and Yale have joined with thru. get !
I Coljen, M. A. They saatter
I money half a dozen New York
If I L Fuller, L..Uollinrake. Everywhere. City riding ]
and driving clubs in Maybe boned ;
indoor
an Polo you and burnt
t A. T. Nobody knows, : I up the
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Association.
A schedule of gamest juice, *
'I Sumner, F. iL t be played probably at the First Artillery !*
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; : Geiger, A. J. Or seems to care. Hall, at 67th ,
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street an.1I
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I d I Etheridge, J. T.Kilgore But i if my girl should :1 I Broadway, sometime in )
February, will "Why do
F. you call a fast automobile
t her
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flounced later.-Yale News...._ rider a scorcher?" IIiI1II'IIIIIImfiI"v'
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II i WARD.. A happy pair, Wofford college defeated "Because, he goes out at a hot !
Georgia pace makes
t ; D. B. Knight, There's one who'd'knkow, Tech in basket ball pedestrians boiling mad 1
: 1 I 1 : cadet 1st Lieutenant, And one who'd care. Tech is quite confident by score of 20-18. warms up the police, gets roasted in I
of courts
t: ; IiI : :Battalion Adjutant. ] Yale R.cord. ; back in the near future. coming ,- x.2i'R and calls it a burning shame."

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