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 6, 1922
Publication Date: 1912-1973
Frequency: daily except saturday and sunday (sept.-may); semiweekly (june-aug.)[<1964>-1973]
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Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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.
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I.: The Florida lligato'r"








Ius Complete and Mod- Immense Squad Under Capt. Men Become Charter ] With Louisiana and An- Will Decide Tie Which

Every Respect-Build Byrd Getting in Condition fbr Members of Florida Chapterof nual Triangular Meet: With Was Played on Thanksgiving
H w
L Presents BusinessLikeequipment Hatters on 14th. Gamma Sigma Epsilon.The South Carolina and Tennessee Day-Captain Villacres Not

n> on Program.The to Play

Basketball has opened witha E. K. Chemical Society on December -

ordered by bang at the U. of F. At the first 16 became a chapter of the Debating Council has decided The University soccer football

e 0m 'has arrived and been practice called by Captain Byrd last Gamma Sigma Epsilon, Honorary upon the following dates for "try team will play Live Oak High School

ftfchester future Tuesday night there were from 30 Chemical Fraternity. The installa- jut" debates: Friday night, January soccer team at 3 p. m. Saturday on
ed in the gym for the to 40 candidates for the varsity five. tion ceremonies were carried out by 13th, at 7:30, in Peabody Hall, the Fleming Field. It will be remember.ed .

ef finy and all university stu- Among these were several men who Messrs. M. R. Doubles and C. A. Cun try out" will be held for the annual that at the last battle between

L ia. Hereafter there will be no were on the squad last year while ningham from the mother chapter I jebate between Florida and the these teams on Thanksgiving Day at

. [ for flabby muscles and flat there were many that are ont for which was founded at Davidson HI Louisiana State University, to be Live Oak a tie score resulted. To-
the first time. staged the second Friday in
regular exercise under The intercollegegames January, 1920. on morrow's game gives an opportunityto
does much ,top have served to bring out the The following were initiated as March. The subject is, "Resolved break this tie so some keen sport
1 ampetent director I promising material and this fact will ,, charter members: Fred 'Vt-plon.\. \'That the Nations recently associatedin i should be'witnessed by those wlu go
& condition.jrf greatly facilitate Coach ; the war against the Central Powers -
one Kline's
; task I Herbert Massey DeWitt William, out to back up their team. And bt
reports an unfor- of weeding out the squad while i should effect a mutual cancella-
) Manchester at I Charles Perkins Ar- it be said that he who believes soccerto
1 U accident to the vaulting horse. the same time the cream of cage I thur. tion of their indebtedness to one an- be dull or uninteresting must never t
ability will be secured. other in so far as this was incurredin t
broken leg on the way t lof have seen two teams in a real game.
dered a the men who were members of the the prosecution of the war." In 1
*i fere. A Hew one has been ord-_ The letter men of last year who E. K. Society, were not eligible for I this debate Florida will select a team : Captain Villaires was called home A.

4 and will be added to the pa- are out are "Check" Byrd (Captain), initiation due to their not having : of two men to uphold the negative.On J y the death of a sister and will probably

under direction of Dr. Sweet, I guard; Moss, guard; Ward, forward; sufficient .chemistry credits, but by the following Monday night, not appear in the line-up whidkt> k
Dr. Shealy and his and Cohen, guard. Others who were the as given out by Dr. Manchester, will
fc arrives. I beginning of the second semester January 16th at 7:30, in: Peabody
1 .. aei&ce classes may be called on the squad last season include I practically all of them will have Hall will be held the "try out" for probably be, as follows: ;

: _necessary.. ][,Carl Brumby,. Hait, Gray, Hitchcock. and, I taken enough work to be admitted. the annual triangular debate amOng Right \\1ng-Hua. ?,< #
Duncan the
} fit equipment was put up during I Among new material The purpose for which the fraternity the universities, 'of South Carolina Inside Right Forward-Davis. -,A-
minas vocation and the are the :following: Newtonj I i is the Tehnes&ee- and Florida to be staged t
now II was founded_ for promo_ j
. I Duncan, Butler Fahs, Thompson, I Center ForwardBlcklerf.t.:$.
+ bas a very business-like appear- tion of interest in chemical work in the early spring. The subjec$ ,Js:
' Gunn, Flood, Cox, Carleton', Potter, Left Wing-Pupontr :.. J
with the adjustable flying and ,among the undergraduate students "Resolved, that American coastwise r str.
Jackson, Dennison
gig, ihicb pan..be_ made into MeMnUen. : :* = -andtrther*development] a-feeling- of shippingshoukhbe xempt from,"the tnsideLeft! Forwan!- elsetl: .
Perry, Moore, Clegg, Fuller
,, and swings, hanging from Norton, Williamson, White, Ma' fellowship and co-operation between payment of Panama Canal tolls." Right; t Half Back-Alexander. ,-.:!;

i leftss above. Climbing ropes hannah, Alderman Swanson, Ferris those engaged in that pursuit. The For this debate Florida will select Center Half Back-Alderman. .fl
4 those who would rise above their I I and Barnes. scholastic requirements are two two teams of' two men each, one teamto Left Half BaekClegg.r'1

en are also ready for use. I uphold the affirmative, and the Right Full Back Martell.. """'
Moss who played a stellar at years of chemistry which must be i 4.1$ .
the sides of the building un- : game % '
other the negative Left Back
Poll Nunn.
passed with an average grade of not ,
guard last be shifted to forward
year may
the balcony are the ladders, I
this season. He is an accurate less than 87 per cent, while in addi- The teams will be selected from I Goaltender-Thompson.
bags, and chest weights.
g f the contestants. who themselvesmost Dr. Manchester will .
shooter and will make mate tion the fellowship element also enters prove probably a t
!del bar and horizcntal bar outare a good
in. efficient as debaters in the try as referee '
available with mats toes for BUll Ward who did some neat- ,
big tossing last year. Captain Byrd who ( outs. They will be judged by the Tomorrow's game will end the
: the shocks which may come .
faculty committee on debating com- first season of at Florida
knows the guard from the positions.Strenuous unless
the game
beginner. The classes inyrcal
education I'ground up, will be back at his old workouts are being posed of Drs. L. M. Bristol, J. :M. Dr;'.Manchester is successful in

K-cWoors but in no the more future meet will position this time. Cohen will also given the squad every day with the ;1 Leak, J. M. Farr J. R Roemer' and scheduling future games which he

1 1 r We hi the and endeavor to I be out for the same berth he held idea of having them in the best con Dean Trusler. \ is endeavoring: to do. So everyone

Pone! prclicier.lt i gym at chinning the in '21. Among the most likely candi- dition to meet the. Stetson quintet It is especially urged that all ought to turn- out tomorrow afternoon
J -* shnaifig the cat the dates are Duncan the head of the which comes to Gainesville Jh the I students experienced in the art of to see a good' game and to backup

r**. or whatever other vaulting Gator football machine for '22, who 14th. To all indications the Hatters debating or public speaking come that team.AMERICAN :
a "aed in is trying for center and Newton will have a tremendous job on their out and try out for the teams: Let I

fa with an up-to-date gym. another grid star who is putting upa -hands in trying to take the Gators' us remember that "L. S. U." has de- RELIEF WILL

experience and ability stiff fight for a position at for scalp this season,, as the way in feated us for the past two y ars. FEED 2,000,000 CHILDREN

1 tfa& work are requested to report ward. Brumby, Hitchcock, Gray, which the U. of F. tossers are showing I This means a hard fight but we have

Manchester in order that he Flocd and several others will do up fortells a good year for the plenty of good material which should Riga ,Jan. 6.-By the end of February -
go team forward with plans for aft doubt crowd the regular men for cage game at Florida. 1 1I make a fine showing. the American relief administration -
and an exhibition of ap- I II I! in Russia will be feeding two
,-< work. Credit fcr this work I fiffiffiffiifS! ; iffiHnffififfiraraj ! !: !fi$$ million children in the famine zone,

]be given in place of the regular I *in I;\ $1! KLINE ARRANGING J and as soon as the new $20,000,000

exercise. A class for lead- W credit is opened in America the relief

is tumbling pyramiding, and FLORIDA PLAYS HARVARD NOV. 4 Sfiffi organization will be feeding about
stunts will be started for those mI ,seven million adults, according to

desire this instruction. Colonel William N. Haskell who arrived -
known that the University !I!I
'%h Everyone has always here
of the Military Depart- !I! today from London ea-
JU conduct classes in wrestling yi of Florida was the one big thing in Gainesville $ J Nine Games Already Booked. route to Moscow.

f30xing, beginning next week..8ergeant and really meant more to the town than any- !I!: Harvard Slated for Nov. 4. Colonel Haskell is chief field direc-

is well known for his !i I! else but no one had any idea that Football I tor of the American relief adminis
is these lines and in fact has !; thing !Hi I Florida's football schedule fcr tration."Good.
such surprise
would spring a
champion wrestler at his !isa Coach W. G. Kline 1 1922 is being rapidly made up thru I progress is being made m
37 Any who enter his classes ; on the people as to schedule a game with Har- tfim he: efforts of Coach Kline. Already extending relief to the Russians iM

d Profit by his teaching. !fi yard. University of Florida plays Harvard Nov. 'every date with the -exception of the starvation zone," said- Colonel

Ovu, k Dr. Manchester's offices !fl 4th. Ths takes the writer about ten years ahead KHi October( 23 has been filled althoughhe Haskell. "The basis of the daily ration -
; places places for the with is pound of bread augmented
mime I games a
football !fi
: University
a Wet Spirometer. a? wildest dreams for the
e bloW8 on a tube after taking a of the !:f 1 Collins and Howard have not1 been by other nourishing foods.

ep breath", and fills !wffi: : I definitely[ agreed upon. The schedule "The soviet is turning over $10-
A a tank ffiffi team.We have our Chamber of Commerce, camp f is: it stands at present is as follows: 000,000 in gold for the purchase of
5a.P? records the operator'sopacity
in cubic centimeters. ffiffi site and many other things, but the honor of pulling HiHi! Oct. Furman, at Gainesville.Oct. food and grain seed in the United
rage stunt for this city in !: 14.-Rollins, at Orlando (1). States and 'already one third of this
Capacity is behigh advertising
250 300
c.c. the greatest
a !: !HiHi Oct. 21-No game. sum has been transferred to the

**& Few mark and over 300 is : !ffiffi I! its history falls to Coach W. G. Kline and his HiHi ,Nov. 4-Harvard, at Cambridge.Nov. Guaranty Trust Company of New_ '.
TT. outside the
most con-
brilliant warriors of the 1921 season. Mississippi College, at York City.
i '
"Jammera raise :
r the third the guage University of Florida from your president !HiHi Tampa.

meter Wry century be mark. The" it Sfiffi! most humble] Rat, we take: our hats Nov. ,18(?)Tulane. at New Or- Mardi Gras Opens February 7
used in the intests to the
1duaI down leans. New Orleans La., Jan. 6.-New
by Or of students to be made off to :you and all we can say is, we thank you. His!: Nov. 25-Oglethorpe, at Atlanta. Orleans carnival season will begin tonight -

tin-1 !ti (From Gainesville Daily,News) n "...".. Nov. .-Clemson. at Jackson with the ball of the Twelfth
it that the Law #;" ville.
? Ire l >- Night Revels opening the festivities.

puliing plans on the' for spirometer.an intert0artient laBiSBafflaHaas! ; 'i s-ifi Dec. 25-Louisiana State, Havana. Mardi Gras day is February 7.

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S ------ with himself he has a I lemcn or he is -'
lessons, or .f an argument trying C
around to things together. -in preparing your I it. Still Listen '" G.
"DAD"He rustling get that a profess>r good chance' of winning you can't make a0
t: Never once has he failed to do I there is anything man tried for two hours to win f big bugs unless !tit
office one ym(
during his get tiMl
may wear a last year's straw the right thing by you. He thinks I can do for you him a f{an argument with his echo. He went {into your lips. Slang t t 10Ne
him and give
f 1 I- hat, his finger nails may need manicuring I you are the greatest boy on earth bar I hours,, call show on just how surprisingly 'crazy trying to ge the last word. ;bad because it puts your reta A"
chance to you t
; his vest may hang a little none, even though you plaster your idea oJ is I Ion the blink in
r human he is. The faculty Some people's company I a jiffy 141 IJ
loose, and his pants may bag at the hair back wear smart clothes smoke J when want AD4 .
to become better acquainted to talk to themselves. And they you to nave
knees face show of and fail to bring home a I really wants a
; his may signs a cigarettes
with the student body which f get lonesome every time they shut I!high life and throw the
second day's growth, and the tin din- cent. He is the man who won the i !stuck. See lugs)\
with the j, The advantage of speaking to ? Have
after all, is really the party up. SOme>
ner bucket he carries may be full of love and life partnership of the greatest i class
cold shoulder. j|yourself is that there is only one! you and cut it out.
dents and doughnuts; but don't you I woman on earth, your mother. I New
I "Let's correct this false imr l'esr person and you can all talk at once.
call him "the old He's "the old -
man. your He is "some" man and not teriBel
I sion and benefit ourselves by cultivating If anybody interrupts, you know whoit Three prisoners were
father. wifeas
man. If you win as good a j
i the friendship of our professors I cross eyed judge.
For years and years he has been he did, you will have to go some, is.When
boy.Exchange.A I more than'we have done in the I : one is angry at himself he Judge, to first prisoner

I past. Drop in during their office j,will call himself things that he'd or not guilty?" : "tit grcnlsiver
-...;:. ..;::... business just have
hours and talk or j punch another one's nose for saying.A .
which it is believedwill Secqnd prisoner "Net
'- new :
sprayer wiI: I Cuir-
be a great benefit to the trucking i i a friendly professors. I lot of people have secrets with Judge: "Shut up! I wash sines'
: L YRICNTHEATRE industry has been designed by Prof. :i j appreciate I themselves because they figure they I I ing to you.. Piatt
I are the ttnly ones who can keep Third As I
A. H. Beyer of the Florida Experiment WOMAN WHO TALKS prisoner: "I didn't !l7 DrI
stati n here. The apparatus is i iI !THE I them. If it gets out then they know I in', your honor."
: intended for spraying young truck i I'i TO whQ told. I I -Sewanee firmero
Pur .
; '
crops and its use makes it almost j j It's getting 'pretty bad: when a

Monday impossible not to kill insects that formerly j IE man can't even talk to himself. And I Patronize 'Gator advertises Os a1card
i- : One of the greatest pastime indulged f
"GO STRAIGHT"Frank succeeded in flying away unharmed even when you speak to yourself youdon't I
in by some people is talkIng.to | I
Mayo before the spraying ma- 1 always know whom you are
themselves. They know that if !
:choines heretofore used. I talking to.
[ t
-> Tuesday- r. I they ask a question they will get !an I I J. S. BODIFORD
"GHOST IN THE GAR- Professor Beyer in addressing a 'answer right away. Some men J. P. MEDBURY. I hei

RETT" I gathering of scientific men at the j i chatter with themselves because they i and 'ortly

e' Dorothy Gish i University recently, stated that his "j don't like to talk to strangers. Buta I NIXON OX SLANG I COMPANYDruggists
experiments had been principally

I Wednesday"DAWN OF THE EAST' : with the bean jassid, a small, raPid-I she woman knows talks she will to herself be able because to get I Take it from us, kid, there's no : Phone 3:1:] ea c

flying insect, but that he nourishment in slinging this slang I -
Alice Brady the last word. She'll herself .. '
ask a ..
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Thursday- apparatus and method would be I stuff. That's a cinch. Slang is all atat
//riddle and I
; ri"I guess out loud at
easily applicable to almost any insect I j' to the bad. It don't get you any- atU
.. "THE IDLE RICH"Bert q answers. A man will tell a joke him-I f Everything ElcetriealI I It
or disease, occurring on any where. Forget that Norwegian col-
Lytell and then hec i
laugh whether
Friday"DANGEROUS- II truck crop. He plans to conduct ex- I the point or not so'that he he won't sees I lege professor who says that American I JOS. J. SEYKORA eakay'i

tensive experiments and tests along I slang is the swell talk. He's
CURVE think he is a boob. I I f Phone 107 Gainesfffle, Fk.i .
fJ1 these lines within the next few I j trying to put one over on us. Either
AHEAD"Sa A figures prod
guy that if he gets into |' __
months. somebody has been him -4II "
1 t' i fur dav :.t ; handing a y'f'

14 U PRICE OF POSSESJ I During the last year the bean crops j ..

I .1 SIGN" I have of the been Florida complete Exp-ariment failures, Station !I ............................., ..........
III except {
.. '; "" -..- ... [ if.' "'' 1. yak
I where the new spraying apparatus j ,
was employed. In where :
every case
'I SPORTING GOODSTennis it was used the beans were good. .

I The apparatus is simple of design !IV"AI.. CALL AT _.._ue 1 asy
and the method is
one easy to under- '
I Football. stand. Three I : '
I nozzles, leading from fesc

one common force pump to closely .'. .
f 'f Baseball Basketball I and just'above and on either side | -

I of the row of plants, turn loose a !I i I'HA. .1 1 MiLLFR'S1

QUALITY-SERVICE veritable hazy flood of fumes of the j > : '

spraying material. About the nozzles ::0 ".

: r Baird Hardware Co. j which is keeps a cylindrical the spray canvas close into shield the, i'' V'c: "V "if you, want to see something tasty and classy-we have it .t mo s
c:; ,
I plants and prevents the flying '\ "" .
away 1t.i } hr
i of the bugs. The plants are literally II| NUNNALLY'S-'YHITl\IAN'S-HUYLER'S ...' .

drenched, ev ry leaf is covered '; er
i Z : '
I with "bug death" on both sides, a | r CROWN'S ORIGINAL LOG CABIN t

S HOE S thing heretofore i ; of
practically impos- j
z 1
4 I sible to do. We hare also just added Fuerst and Kramer's of New Orleans :;

!; I H B. M. TENCH H Two men and one horse have been I : CHOCOLATE t
sufficient to operate the out- COCKTAILS 4

fit, which can make nearly much I : u
as IN
I 4 it
0 Gainesville 0
: time as a one row seed drill. Differ-i.I ec
\ ent sized
spray tanks can be used
) ; and any one of the number of I. .4. h,
E Florida E
methods are applicable.It I...............-"' ........."' ...t.."

S HOE S is the concensus of opinion of '. '__ '_' -.. ,_ -. , __ ""_..,,, -"f :
:1 I I the specialists of the University of _:: _-oi<_ :: : ,

i I Florida and of the State Plant Boardthat

Prof. Beyer's discovery, or invention I' Men's Store n

I > '4II __ __ will prove of inestimablevalue
_ I I I to the trucking industry of
Florida and the nation. 0
j I NORAH -, 1

1 Art and Gift Shop I GET ACQUAINTED WITH i I ,"' >...:. '. ,- >, ,.', 1 1

I Pictures and Picture Frames t tI. YOUR---L PROFESSORS;,! f P'1't"" ,
4I ..esso0 I, ;
,j. .
I II 11 I The Mississippian, University of I ;tI -: ,
I ,'. ._ The- ... ,
i___ J. W., M'COLLUM & CO. Mississippi official organ, says: i i'' ': '""' (
DRUGGISTS "Beginning with this issue of the I I ;. 'A-7 1
bestplace- .
Mississippian, there will be published I
t !
I every week a list of the office I
Agents for I hours of the /.p
University ,
faculty i "
i ,
Liggetts and Norris Candies, i This is ">'
Gainesville Fla. I being done entirely for the ; 'in Florida

i benefit of students, and we urge that I ... '.

I all take advantage of the opportunity I y Y'w" ',_r, .4'

; ; I to develop more intimate relation ", ,, :. to
!--,<" shop!
DR. TENCH ; with the various members of thf F.' _>' -->- ,

Dentist !faculty. ..-
j Office Graham BuildingOffice I ., 0,' ,
"Most students have a more or less
Phone Res. Phone:
: -
j erroneous conception of the"average J"
I 358-J 369-J i college instructor. They seem to

'think that he has a cold-storage disposition '
;, s Store Accomr 9
I odafI
) and gleefully munches ten-

i-| W.7 DORSET ;CO.: I J I penny nails between meals. Thatis Write us ;your wanU .

!tI the wrong Idea. He won't bite.
pi- .
,ill | Everything in Groceries when yom caa't come
When there is something about '
For Goodness Sake Drink |
I that
your course worries you and
1 '( DORSEY'S DELIGHT COFFEE J needs adjusting, if you need professional -I-MI/\/ \ JvaarLofJacksonwille1PAGE : "

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jpRECBVES 1:are bile roads;unusually and .Jn good.the Cities In.many,the 'streets of the j ,,........................... ... .... ..... ......4

'mountain regions there ,are not eyen .
4 RFROMFOR-- : wagon roads but all the freight .and t 't .:- -, "'" if' ;, ::-. ..

produce has to be .
: on '* .

0R DEAN ROLFS mule What back. I 4 <- < '. I I

Minas Geraes needs is a lot I '. .,- ,
.pea I IXej1iY of young fellows who are" not satisfied t t ti ': "- Good Enough" is :

t of Ag. College Writes with present conditions, and who .
.pear i: at the same time have ... not good enough
i and Interesting Let- got enough :: r.. 4 '., + .
sense to go ahead and correct these .
America. ,
. ;t (from South- t' conditions and not sit down and fuss in Porter's Fitform Clothes for young :
, about: them. Oh .
de Nov yes, they ought to men and older who want to stay
lorizonte, II 1921. men
fq} do a lot of "cussing.' but it ought to I .
', In the tailoring of these
ja.ttural Club, be directed at those fellows that I young. sup- .

.:b rsity of Florida, ,_ could improve the situation and do erby styled garments the "easy way" 4

I : ville, Florida not do it. We have done that in makes way for the better way and 4
j president and Fellows: Florida during the last fifteen years 1l "How fine can they be made?" crowds

I, I received a letter from your and it has worked wonders. That's out the usual manufacturing question t

;arr club member, Mr. L. I). Wilt } i why people come by the hundreds to I r' "How fast can they >lie> made?"

replying to my letter tq t.he j j attend the Seminar, the Round-Up t :

,of April 21, I am going to writeanother I I and the Bee Keepers' Meetings. The +

club letter on the agricf grandest cusser of them all js your I :

Brazil. Those of you who I Dean Dr. Newell.
Hiss cussing car- !
letter of that date know '' ries "weight" with it. ; !
4 1fJ1
the agriculture
than anything the average MAN OF TWENTY TO ..
I could The other day my whole family
;(.h American wonderful dreams storjes of. about went over to Ouro Preto, the ancient THREE TIMES TWENTY TO t
3 you capital of Minas Geraes. It is the SEE THE NEW FALL STYLES '
agriculture of Brazil, and not a I .
finest, mustiest old place; I ever visited -j I /
of them be a "fish" story, either. I WITH THE SUGGESTION .
in my life. They have five' .
t' everyone of you fellows: know I thousand inhbaitants and jfourteen I PITFORM THAT THE PORTER LABEL IS :
it is pot the big yield per acre, '
churches. Several gold mines and I AN ADDITIONAL GUARANTEE .
that makes
the big yield per farm
formerly had the state capital. It I .-
"c country or the State great. What 4 OK UNQUALIFIED :
was settled over two hundred years <;
aies a country: great is that the ;
ago, when gold was discovered in 4 .', 't
JJ'I worK of the average man shall .,,-: ..
.c. ; "- .
that section. The first town was 'V M._' .1' ::' : ".
duce more goods than the average
called Villa Rica, (rich village). This I 4H ; :: ."t .
ay's work: does in any other coun- ;: .
established the + '
was on
That is what made the United '
rf. I tain side. The people of the moun-I 1 .
tales great and that is what is -
did something to displease '
.king Florida great. Florida is a l : Everything Men and Boys Wear -- :,
of he razedto -
Portugal and had it ;
peror I
it State, alright, even if some i I : ,
Fie> do "cuss her out" to the limit. i the ground, and nothing but the .
foundations of the buildings remain. "
yen as far back as in my college ,
$!H students cussed out their best When the city was re-established, it I ; i ii.
rofessors. And some of those pro- I was placed in the valley about a mile e
I away. This valley was very rich in '
esOl1 were such big men and we
Many tons it were shippedto
tadentg so small that we saw noth- gold. of i. i iJaeks
tat their feet. Portugal, One of the big churcheswas
located rich bed of gold.
over a
What Minas Geraes Needs : nvllle, Corner Bay and Laura
offered to :1
English move
Tie state of Minas Geraes is thenast An company :
the church to any other portion of
is populous a little larger state than in Brazil.the United- the town and pay them handsomelyfor ... ..........................................

States and Minas Geraes is nearly as the small lot on which the churchis ------ _ _. -- _ __ tI
located valuable is the bed of
vge as Texas, with a slightly! larg-
gold under this church. But they
t population. You will be surprised
could not get the consent of the Pope
4 that in this great big state
to have the desecrated. I
t unlimited agricultural and mineral i property
} I The streets of Ouro Preto are wonderfully
wealth there is as yet no Agricultural I
al :paved with granite blocks.
which the I
approximates agricultural
But they are so steep that during the
also \ college of Florida. There I four days we were there we saw only E EI
no agricultural experiment
titian such as we know in the Unit- I|, two( of the two wheeled carts. One I I THE BON TON

of drawn by five mules
'd States. As a result, the average I them(! was

farmer is wonderfully and densely j\ hitched tandem. I am enclosing\ you

''Soorant of what is commonplace information I a snapshot pf the :principal t part of

in the United States. '1 the city showing at least three

The railroads in Brazil are made'P [ churches and also the city prison. "Meet Me There"Agents

of all sorts of small pieces of rail- The sight from the mountains is

s' There are some large lines j wonderful, esr>eclaHy when one goesI

a few luxurious trains that will I to the top of Itacolumi. I am enclosing .I -

'pare very favorably with the best j a snapshot of our party on the
>t trains running through Gainesville. I way to Itacolumi with the top of the for the Martha Washington and Johnston Candies

night and express service has not i j mountain shown in the distance. This

4 organized sufficiently to enable | peak is about five thousand feet above ._ u ___ ____ __ _' ._ ___ __ --_
e I the sea. All of the food and suppliesto I -
average man to derive much bent however. went to the : in the state. From this will
from it. the city are carried to and from uage. When you see and Cinemas are present in all the

The roads are scarcely more than the railroad on horseback and when magazine table I found that at least ] that the students are obliged to readat small towns from two thousand inhabitants -

agOn tracks through the country we wanted to go to the top of the 25 per cent of the magazines were least two languages beside their: upward. Much to my sur-

rut to pieces by the two-wheeled zebu I mountain we had to go on mule back. published the United States. There i I own. How many of the Club boys prise and gratification nearly every-

o; earl The groaning of this ox So much for old Brazil must be somewhere between 75 and can do that well? one of these carry American films.

i''EIt can be heard for a mile and Iunagine I When I visited the School of Mines 100 magazines on the table. This mi i iI I have traveled a good many mflei The Wild West stuff is the great favorite -

a that passengers on it would !! at Ouro Preto I examined the library t itself tells volumes for: the change in in Brazil. When I get into the with the small boy in the

groan so that they could be heard I' and found books on the shelves to be I j I sentiment toward the United States smaller places for a night I make it small town.. I hare heard them hiss

tw nilles. There are some, automo I I I practically all in the French lang- I in the leading educational institution a point to go to the Cinema (movie),j (Continued on Page Six)

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.' 'f :EDITORIAL DEPARTMENT! should propose?" -

t t Pete Harris ,..,. .,", .. .... .: ...T., .... ..-..... ......--".... ... .... _.f dit $ -Chief .Elva-"I don't know, dear. Ha i t THE HART SCHAFFNER & MARx'
.. Clover MiUer.': 'vl'' ;::...... ..--..:....-'., ......T-r.. .............,......:...., ....__Managing Editor t you tried e..er"thing.else. ?" ,
Robert' Wraj Idl..i..!!......::!'...........?.!t.. .:.......'.:!/''-'.!!..'......'.'...........-.:.Assisiant Managing i Editor I -P. H. s. Spokesman. I STYLES FOR FAIL 192

Henry Fuller ....?...................-................................_......._..............sPorts Editor
Robert fierce ...... .............. .. .. ... .. .... ..__..........................Society Editor He Ought to Know. ,
Harold Klock ................ -. .. .. .... ................-.................. .Exchanges "You'll have to hand it to him!'9 t ARE NOW READY 'oi. JIeb

K. 1\. Hansen/, Ozzy, .Bie .."..__. .....................__.........._.................._......Personals said the coach as the flying win fi:: tt'

i! l;. Waodbcrryi,, William: Parmenter, Beach Hazard J, W. Wheeler Richard missed a pass. S

Sins- Fred 3tye our. frankElmore., Ralph Buckle .-......................Reporters Miss Simpering-And is you: It New coloring., new Fashion Ideas, new Fabrics PrI
one-third lower than those Fall 1920. '
: BUSINESS DEPARTMENTAleck ) charming daughter h
1 Whit ................................................................. .....-..........Business Manager j. Irate Father (in receipt of bills)- : :
lIorareVUMn ............................................................Assistant Busines Manager !No.- college loaf! t .) .' '. .. j
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Entered as second-elacs matter September 2'R.1912, i.t the postvffice at i He has a lovely baby girl. t wit
i Gainesville, Fla., under the Act of March 3d, 1879. > |I The Stork left her without a flutter, j r.
.l''t., '
He named her Oleomargerine ..
+ The Florida Alligator, $1.50 the year I" Florsheim Shoes, built .for College
For he hadn't any but her.Urange I mea-ask: i a
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Peel. -
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1 f With .this issve\ :the mast head of the Alligator will !be changed.Due I i There was a young coed, quite vain,. t .. ...: -..:.. tbi
to outside business I have been forced to discontinue college ;Who; stood out one night in the rain, .- "c

work for the remainder of this year and as a consequence a new j Her complexion came off, i .- 10

editor-in-chief has been elected by the staff for the remainder of j She acquired a bad cough t t'r -'-. .- sc

3 'the term PetelHarrls. who has very capably carried on the work ,!Her funeral, they say was quite & ::: "-; WOLF BROTHERS p1 1

I} of managing editor, will be the new "Boss," with Glover Miller! i i| plain. c. b,
former assistant' managing editor, stepping into that position.Those __ I .
two men have been loyal workers and much credit i is due t! It takes a brave soul to stand thej : TAMPA, FLORIDA tE

j them for their tedious labor in making the Alligator what it has j"intelligence" of some of these Fresh I -
I been this year. I wish them the best of success in their new posi- t men-and,keep your hands folded. .L
tions and feel) sure that the Alligator will grow and flourish under I io.roo .ieewsos c

I their direction.To I! One Strike -
"Mik ," said the judge sternly,,
say that I appreciated the honor of serving as: editor-in- I t
chief of the Alligator, if but for one semester, would be putting it I"The testimony shows that you hit j r. I.i .
mildly indeed. It is of this man twice." j i :, .. ..
one my greatest regrets that I could not : 1
I "I did not, yr honor," declared the ,
continue in that position. We have had splendid co-operation from ]
defendant stoutly. "The fur-rest I _. .
members of the student body this year and all of it has been appreciated '.>- :" .
much ,time I hit him I missed him." i j ,:'
L very by the staff. I hope that this same spirit : ._ ." "
M will continue to prevail and help to make the Florida Alligator one American Legion Weekly I "'-, "':,'
1\ of the best college weeklies in the whole country. .... ,.'.
) { She-''Mother said I should not j '!>', .'. .-
TRUMAN GREEN. I wear this one-piece bathing suit." j i j ... i <

:!!, He-**Yoa ought to follow your f'C...,
I A.BOQUET ; mother's advice."

I Followings'Florida-Oglethorpe here the 1$:: Mississippian. _
game Alligator w
re-i I What 1i
., ceived a letter from the editor of the Petrel, the college weekly of "' \ Is a Vacuum!

Oglethorpe College, in which he praised the spirit that was shown ;!. Gentleman (at the door): "Is May J'
.". by the students here. He accompanied the team to Gainesville in- F
'and watched the game from the press table, where he had a full j j; Maid (haughtilyMay who?" : Furnace?
view of the student body on the opposite side of the field. Whenever 'I Gentlemen (peeved):. "Mayonnaise" i S. /
an Oglethorpe man was injured he said that it made him as well : Maid (shutting the door): ayon.
as the entire team, feel rood to hear cheers issue forth for the !wise is dressing!"
;i man who was injured. The whole spirit of the University of' (Easiness of falling down steps). TN an ordinary furnace materials bum or combine with tit

t }! Florida seemed to be "good spoxtmanship," he wrote. Voo Doo. .*> oxygen of the air. Melt' zinc, cadmium or lead in 81
: t Such letters as this one should be a source of pride for -
S: member of the student body The 'Gators are becoming known every Lawyer-Will f25OOQ for breachof ordinary furnace and a scum of "dross"appears an i na-

ft as true sport, whether winning or losing. This is a thing that : promise be punishment enough! I purity formed by the OXgenYou see it in the lead pen

I : should be thoroughly encouraged here. The University of Florida {jfcrhiia The ? that plumbers use.
Aggrie\'ed-Xo, I hizn
is w..ata
a 'Oun.institu. on and traditions are in the"making.. *
:\. "Florida Spiritasflt is called, is one of them. Every man here !; marry aae.-Utah Life. 1 In a vacuum furnace on the contrary the air v

should strive to develop this as much as is possible. Freshmen i freshicaa pumped out that the heated combine with
A so
went to Hades ')! object cannot
should be our 1-e.
4 taught traditions and if this is done *
I tone of our sportmanship? will never be changed. every year the A few wise things to learn; oxygen. Therefore in the vacuum furnace impurities IK
I I Old Satan sent him back a u.-
; not formed.
I .r: ; ;He was too green to burs I -
: ::1 FIRST EDITION Tulane Hutlaba o- Clearly the chemical processes that take place in r&.
: This is the first edition of the Alligator !
.'- with a new staff; not The are
new men, but old.men in new positions, with the fall realization young can led for a, beach
I that the Alligator Is dependent upon the members of the student ,:The maid for a diamond playedTie ,- Copper, for instance if impure loses in electrical condaC'tivity. '

body for its success. As this staff endeavors to put out a ; old man case down with a cfcb'I Vaaium-furnace is
will p3pa"thtt *And the sexton used copper pure.
be worthy of every 'Gator's highest praise it wishes to a spade.
remind you that every article handed in heretofore by the student 1 -Tt Purple a=d White So the vacuum furnace has opened up a r,hole 1 DC*

: body at large is highly; appreciated and with the same enthusias 1 I world of chemical investigation. The Research Laboratories
Wlae :
pissed the
tic fcscioaa fruit
co-operation we j|
a continuation
h done before I led so :i'blby Truman Green. We have good work Then detMsg: came in style.We I: of the General Electric Company have been explonng

working with :Mr. Green>>: as editor-in-chief of this paper and enjoyed feel 1m,. LaTe ta pass the fruit agz: & I. this new world solely to find out the possibilities under anew
a sbftrt. sfcart whBe.
the student bod.g, loser, when he gives
UD the helm as leader --sue series of conditions.
of this student activity. The staff-wishes him success in his Dodger.Haa I

\inderakings.. ,,.. i I TThe Ma n- !#- Yet there have followed practical: results higbIy Un-

Now is the time to prepare for the "We* Petty dear sly tSse.s ne portant to industry. The absence of oxidation for instant
carryiiar of the "
oa brilliant
I foptbaH season just cio&ed for the 'Gators Old FIo ida's waDs I fen:= that eill seeId.. l has enabled chemists to combine metals to form n:\ all o'S
; fairly rocked with pride when those gridiron heretofore impossible. furnace has
machinists repre- T.c stir ky sbor Indeed, the vacuum
.seated her TCy :
so weH the
to end
w-eH.l to keep then of the season and now it woold be I boT 11 say r: boJd. stimulated the study of metaBurgical processes and }b* 1
roduns by '
: beginning
to talk up the fflastr ? The 1.Wd-.
t .. quintet that will carry en before longarcxud the baskets.TVx os : "Mzse no figs abocc; tbe kr.JiisDet I become indispensahk chemists respoasibfcforprocfuctico-

i of metals in quantities
) XBsny men s, m to think school is over when *
footh. warts H de iere be1owXC' -
:. doses. But, nay, *tis not sot Student activities go right:seat on-? wits t hat fate) Jm.g..- And this is the result cE scientific: research. -
aihi to be the: prosd possessor of the Florida J
spirit one nest xset I -Eu.zge.OrbI :: : .
Discover bmnaI
'- slump into the Diet's do so and sa** class, bet join that ':I wS" nt\v facts add to the sum totalknowledge of .
ratmn. !(. }1 ..-. .. -" .s !ace; is 1a-1 and sooner or }aver, in many: unexpected ways>.
:'" practical results will fblkw.
Only three ceore,weeks isatg exssis. Yea, Brother, saa have &.....,d c.I.cc :s L_ if
'\\ 'tMt S:1J.\1.; y of 2 d &M c3 r b..!
or are we se of these who wg net I Iifer a pi ::iIL-
1h.it: : f
j fj GeneraleElectri j

.. "I"bt; '.k a x it cce p. me -.os DOt IesdL s "t Hie beoes w ;-.".:_ 5 -
tb S k -O beys o .wne' c"c3 is <<: r- ,j O&. Company $ t -7.N.
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: MJBSH PLAY TO I Ii were preset Student1 .members Truth, Cheerfulness. The baby of I. 4\, I

present were Richbourg and Sec. the family is Opportunity and he SEE
Hoskins, who was appointed a temporary will grow and develop as we care
;i BE RENDERED BYMASQUERADES. member in the *absence of for him. George next took the stand Drug CompanyFOR \
{ Scott and Sherman who were" out that thru the three-fold manner of DRUGS, STATIONERY, TOILET ARTICLES, f ,

of town. development suggested by the Y M.. CANDIES, SOUVENIR CARDS, WATERMAN PENSMARABLE'S 11
Minutes of. the previous meetingwere C. A. 'motto-Body ,Mind and Spirit- ;
1 1f '
r approved. could we become men and 100 per '
to Start Tomorrow Dr. Manchester presented reportsfor cent 'Gators on the campus here. 1
liBeiearsals the Minor Sports, Gym, and Thru application to our studies and STUDIO
I With Several of Last Year's I Trainer's funds, showing' balances .helped by our faculty, we can de-I NORTH SIDE SQUARE-OVER MILLERS

\ StarS in the Caste. respectively of $83.64, $178.23 and I velop our mind. Out on the athletic I Official Photographer of Seminole for Seven Years 'I i

I $25.00. Dr. Manchester's irequisi- field, or in the gym, we can developour I Especially equipped to handle your kodak finishing.: '
Ja narY
i 7, tion
', Q. Saturday, : for $150 for the Minor Sports body. And with these two so DAILY SERVICE
+., | .rsal for the play of this year, : fund was ordered hor. red. many stop, believing themselves
? I 3takc; place. This will be only The Secretary was by vote of the complete. George maintains that we i I
. Dreading rehearsal, and will deal Committee requested to write Mr. need the development of our spirit, I
; IJjft: the prologue of the play. This Graham regarding payment of a our moral life, and in how many ways
,,1 frst_ scene is that of a cafe inBoktktne. loan of $300 to the University out can we attain this development. Thru I {
t i of the Gym fund of last year. these "Y" meetings, our church, and,
Although all the actors of last The secretary was further empowered in our college life we can learn to SUITSWith
I feat will appear in this play of old I by the Committee to honor .1 be true to our God. Then with this
i Spain, the costumes and scenery will requisitions which might be presented spiritual development we will have I
be new, and entirely different from to him by Mr. White, Y. M. C. A. rounded out a life which will entitle I '
r those of last year's oriental play. secretary, to the amount of not more us to be called "Real "Man." I $0. .Two Pairs
drawn the designsfor than "
; | "Chris" Clark has $300.The 1
the costumes, and already the next meeting of the Budget I I Notice Students! Pants :
for the first part of the Committee was announced to beheld ,
play is ready to be made. The en the last Tuesday of January.The I have for rent large front room with I 1 s sai.50 \ .
gating effects and the other electrical meeting then adjourned. I bath. 526 W. University Avenue. -
work of the play are being TAYLOR APARTMENTS.Do jy.1. $32.50 j

most ably attended to by GetryEonis. Boys, if you want some real nice < :
; :: $35.00 :
pictures made, go to Vansickel'sStudio your sleeping in the afternoon. 4 ? L
there was only 37 in the playof Come to Sunday school in the morn- .,N : ,
As south side Special
square. Y .sY;> 42.50 t tF .
last year, and the number this prices to students. ing. .Y ,: .
year reaches 45, while several of i
the old caste have graduated, many FLORIDA ASTRONICAL SOCIETY I THE 'GATORS Best ,-' : t
actors for this year will have to be (Prof. Beck's toast to the team > Money f

picked from new material. The two I Saturday night Prof. Perry will I at the President's Banquet.) w u Can Buy % /,, : I IMy
leads are veterans of last year: I address $;ae ,Florida Astronomical t Here's to the fighting 'Gators! .: ::' t
Swanson playing male lead, Lift the {y,
Bobby Society on- Einstein's theory of Rela I cup ; OVERCOATS.. I i
and William Jeacle that of the opposite tivity. This will doubtless beAn I Here's to our fighting 'Gators! '..2 .ti $18.50 to $32.50

sex. Tony Regero this year exceedingly interesting and in'-tiuc- j Keep it up! t
plays the part of a robber, in con tive talk. All memb:." are expectedto t Always fighting; never through; BUY CLOTHES : [
trast to the part of the lover which answer the roll call, for i iaiponaut I What can't be done, we'll do; f
he played last year. "Chris" Clark ,business matters also will l'e brought: Duncan, Kline, and '22. NOT CREDITMen's _
numbers among those playing the Drink it up.

parts of dancing girls, and will again up.The public i* invited to attend in Fashion Shop
delight his audiences with his interpretation the physics lecture, room at seven I Join your fellow students at the Ii
of the Sunday Court Arcade, Tampa, Fla.ANTHONY'S t
of many phases o'clock.* j Methodist Baraca Class on

terpsichorean art. I 4 ,I mornings.

The outlook for this season is Boys, if you want some real nice d --- = It
good for a delightful trip for the ::;:=:: ; hW-,,-; -=- \,
made to Vansickel's !.. .. .. t X 5
pictures go .- :.: ::::: ::r A.
players. The first show is to be '
Studio, south side square. Special t
given on February 16. On the 18th '. {
prices to students. I I '
they appear in Tampa, where they J i ." :
*iH be entertained by the Woman's ; < -- : '.
Club. 1 Y. 31. C. A. .MEETING j I Ji 'fj. .-- '- ',. ., '

I George Stanley led the first i. : :

R. 0. T. C. NOTES M. .C. A. meeting, of the new jeer i :ei The New Year Ushers In'-..

The "mark- in the "Y" building on Wednes 13-! :; ..... .
Military Department ss *cj-
night at' 6:30 p m. George has:: a : :=J'il
i lag time" this week, but activities 'f" New '
will soon re-commerce. The rifles message on the subject of "bein a Ii Many ;
Man," and the thoughts he broughtcut
have been re-issued, and they mustbe
in condition ,hereafter were very helpful to all who
kept perfect : :
for the dement system goes heard him. i
into effect next week. This appliesalso The text chosen was from the Oxfords 0 I
to coming to drill without uniform fourth chapter of Phillipians, the il Brogue ,
"Finally, brethern,
eighth verse: 1
lou hi-
untidiness. of dress, :; ; '
whatsoever things are true; what- -
ness! etc. t t

I A near new the target site of range the old has one.been There laidoff things soever things are pure are, honest whatsoever, whatsoever thingsare Black and Tan Scotch Grain Leathers, Square. ,

will be eight targets, instead of two, pure, whatsoever things are I Toes, Soft Caps, Rolled Soles, Etc.
lovely, whatsoever things are
as last year. Thus men may finish
their target course in a small frac- report if there be any virtue: and if is of Smoked Leather
' tion of the time heretofore required. there be any praise, think on these i A new one being shown .
"' Entirely] Different .
i Contrary to the idea prevalent on things. Trimmed In Brown .
i t the campus, we 'have not been inspected "Remember Weaver next Mother's sang a Prayer.solo "entitled, and Full of Snap. ': ; ;; :
: yet this year. This means :
his talk with a .
that we have chance to George opened .
splendid .
a ; ''Hi '
Grantland Rice, on >
list make this the year."Distinguished We have extremely College" ,poem the theme written of by playing the game of I }' $8. Q. to $12.003}
life. The One Great? ? ? ? up above .
competent officers, and ideal weatherconditions .
not whether we win or I
does care
for all military activities. >
how we the game. And I ; a ..
Whether honor lose but lay
obtain this .
or not we ,
"There the victor, > f
the saying, goes < .
rests entirely with the men of the ,
battallion. noth- sinks to naught beside the words _:io:.. _
If they go after it "
man. That we all :' '\ '
"There "
rag can prevent Florida from being goes -, '
whom our fellow men <
want to one
a distinguished this
college year.
will call a Real Man is natural. Howto
such is the problem. One '
MEETING OF BUDGET COM. way, become is to become acquainted with the __ HILL BUILDING

r Family, the father and mother .
The Budget Committee met in_ Success '->> #
Science Hall on Tuesday evening at of which are Work and Ambition, ii
7 P. m. Chairman Bivens presided. the sons and daughters are Perser- -
Professor Black verence, Cooperation, Sincerity,
Reed and Professor
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Smoke the "Best" Cigars. Hav-a-Tam, Tampa 'TTif T WITT CIGAR CO x
!Jj Start the new year right Admiration.CortezPortma Cuesta-Rey, Jose Villa : iL l YYIilL m'

-. Nugget, New Currency : $
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I" is not the allimportant the area
FROM FORMER DEAN ROLFS to have, but it cultivated or the
a thing to have in the present pended.I .

(Continued from Page 3)) of development in Minas Ge want to repeat .
stage what I 1
the villain and have frequently heard The' here are progressive former letter .
people learn
t ; them applaud I the hero, especially 1 ivrajfa-,
l>\ in their way, but unfortunatelytheir learn all you can about
when he rescues the heroine from a & .
UNIVERSITY MEN :: dangerous situation. Right here ideals for the last two centuries ica, especially Brazil FW:
I I very far removed 't1IIa t
t from
-* r'*, in Bello Horizonte we have seen at have been borrowed from Portugal the route of
i Demand value and ,_ least two films that were taken in l and France. Portugal and France and the center of trade that
; : style .,. ians are not
: t ;,*, Florida. One of them showed a part are good countries and have done likely to

I. :, : ; Society Brand Clothes r: ,. ',- -' /- of the town of Hastings, also an East. wonders, but it took the Americans ing about the outside developments JJr.,. (
.; I. : Coast Railway train. You can't imagine just a few hours in which to show of the southJ PIit
N how much it interested to French how things were done the United States. j
( I la nan Shoes, Manhattan Shirts, Knox-.Hats us the
J ; -* i see this film. You see the spirit of when one was really in earnest. Herewith I am sending *.

i Are featured lines in the Giddeons Store. the United States is in the atmos Many of the ideas that were taken to greetings to my fellow

.' phere here, and its bound to makean France by they American boys have the "Ag" Club. I shal.i 1

} ; I .Mail orders a specialty. infection. Mutt and Jeff are well stuck and will be used to very good keen expectations to this *J
I I '-:1 kno\yn characters to the Brazilians advantage. The young fellows i in suit of the Inter-College

; Dempsey is a great hero with the Brazil are fine fellows friendly, sociable Contest.

c ,,; <-: street urchin. and good workers, but they Very sincerfly roun,
t An American Company has a ten have never had a chance to learn P.'$1t0 .
i { .'.-' million dollar contract to put in a what real team work is. I attributethis
i i i big irrigation scheme for two of the largely to defects in the educa FREE RIDE
.. Brazilian states. They got seventyof tional system. So you fellowsvho The "Baraca Special" lens
their force to come with them have a chance to do real work and corner of Buckman Hall ill,
1 TAMPA, FLORIDA- I from the States and are progressing know what team work ought to bare e Sunday mornings.
r r.j
U nicely with their work. unusually fortunate. If we could -

New York and Oklahoma capitalists i I just have a few thousand fine leaders Dr. Enwald is teaching the -

..j have formed a corporation with in the agricultural line it wouldbe I odist Baraca Class. Come a.'

I .ji i many millions to explore the Amazon I possible to double the production J Ij i I him.
basin for oil and timber.

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i' i{ Kelley-Miller Music Company 1 I'I electrify which opens the at Centennial Rio de Janeiro Exposition next II Glasses Fitted i \ '

DEALER September.The .
8 I
: ;,1 1 EDISON AND BRUNSWICK PHONOGRAPHS t railroads in Southern Brazil : Eyes Tested :
are being
t ; organized and systematized
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Latest Sheet Music\ String Instruments and -
Supplies '
.... - 4II ___ .. by Mr. McKenzie, a Canadian. I
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-------------- r Now I am coming nearer home.
I I ': ,I i Broken lenses duplicated in erne hour's
Some of the II
t professors and a few L
\\ : t I Bedding, Pillow Cases, others will remember "". E. Embryof time -
the class of '16. No one could C. H. COLES & SON
I i Sheets, Blankets have imagined at that time that he

i was going to have an influence on
t I character building in a big nation li-T

.i : RIBBONS--RIBBON NOVELTIES like Brazil .But he is delivering ; ;
: MADE TO SPECIAL. ORDER Florida "goods" in South America. PATRICK'S CATHOLIC CHURCH l 1

It'' The following paragraph is copied I, !

'f We keep'Everything: for Your Room from November the 5."Brazilian-American"" of I Beat Main Street N.rtft 'i;

'e I i

"Big Bill Embry, manager of the I Rev. John Coiwley, S. T. L., Rector. Telepl aae $25
t baseball team, was the individualstar ,,

y ( I of the first setto. His war club I t .Sundays-Holy Mass and Sermon, 10:33 a. n.; eTeRI'J'.! 'J
@J accounted for two of the runs, while services, 7:45 p. m.
/ 1 he tallied the other two counters him- t

.1 GAINESVILLE,FLORIDA I t self. Embry played good baIt Weekdays-Holy Mass, 7:00 a. m.

I !| throughout the series and his leader ... ....
1 I' \;. : .! __ ship was a prominent factor in the ..... -
I j final outcome." !f
I II t The Alachua Restaurant and Lunch Room
I : ; I I paragraph occurred in a write j I
I SPORTING GOODS up of the championship REDUCED PRICES
games between \
1 I }'eetbaU I the States of Rio de Janeiro- \ t For Ladies and Gentlemen
I Baseball I and Sao Baulo. Half Block from Atlantic Coast Line Depot
: ; Hardware of all Kinds Chance for | Phone o07 Gainesville, Florida
\ a Florida Boy --
I -- +
t I. See Us In my former letter I told you that ;' -
I the head man of an ox team received i

THE THOMAS COMPANYPhone and about that 85 cents a day for his labor, '! UNIVERSITY MEN ALWAYS WELCOME AT "_
boy .'
22 helper gets about 35 t
1 WEST SIDE OF SQUARE I cents. I also told you something .
about the McDOWALL'S
of farming and

I this livestock would in not particular.present At a very first invit sight CREAM -,11 11ICE

ing field for
an educated man and f PARLORMAKE ._
I' one with energy. The contrary, I .
the case. If the young I YOURSELVES AT HOMEd
man will
II prepare himself
I "Ii I thoroughly master himself well while an Agency Hollingsworth's Unusual Candies -

:: college he will bate laid the foundation i in
I for j

I' >-. '.i-.- I II Geraes is success in about in the after same life.state Minas of '>++. .. (fr0 ......... ...... ..... t.

I 'r. development that Florida 't t
", QUARTERS 1 was twenty
IN THEIR NEW five years ago. I : Let
I. I I ... laborers for 75 cents hired a the best of: !. yaw- next Suit be: aFASHION _,r.'
) day. A .
man .
L f: J-; / EAST HALF I with a team of mules was hired for ,
a dollar
a half
a day to
c"*- do the
p heaviest_ kind of work on the Experiment {
twenty-five .
years ago. J .

I I CAFETERIA STYLE DURING MB Air TIME Today rations that for the would man not and buy his food team.and A'I : ',/ > <.. FITFORMSOLE

hundred dollars a month was the en J. :
'I vious salary that the professors
I the Agricultural College + AGENTS
Florida did I

SHORT ORDERS AT ALL HOURS has latent resources not have that the Minas wonderful Ceraes : PHIFER BROS. DEPT. STORE i T.

r I.
t'I Flat MiDas I
Ceraes needs GainesriUe, FloridaJtAG
especial .
i : ly is .
a .
..IT ......... :.- _- .:.; ..- -,- ... ... --. ..... -. t ..and tie ability of YOung to men with vision '-;;:

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I'p, 'TIS OF THEE folks choke and -
Idp A I I by. I paid for thee a price as they, 'twould pass A SONNET TO LOVE | ............................... .
'tis of thee, short road to : y
.1 alto thee I chant I blew a I Ifdoagb I buy a mansion twice; now everybody's Thou, Love, doth charm the mortal's 4:

on you three years ago; :yelling "ice"- I wonder why? Thy joy complete, I GAINESVILLE FURNITURE COMPANY 111
; 'I By starting from a little doubtful
refuse to go-or won't, or the grip, thy spark plug I
IOU t' thing
Through town and country- !has the pip.and woe is thine. I, too .
$ 't. have Which blooming like the radiant Victrolas and Records :.
were my joy and pride a I suffered chills, fatigue and f
flower of
ttffftJT, I loved thy gaudy hue,I dred ills, endeavoring to kin-I spring
tfCf c o* pay Will .
*i give the soul immortal life to '
ie white tires so new; but you'reand I bills since thou wert mine. Gone is I meet *

out for true in every way.I my bankroll now, no more 'twould The rising hope which Heaven bendsto 0 D. R. Cox, Proprietor : : : Telephone 86 ,
r; fie old rattle-box, came many choke a cow, as once before. Yet, if t greet +
and knocks; for thee I grieve. I I had the men, so help me, ; 4 '
Johni i,Thy blossom, never fading faith will i 0 ..J"
jTthy top is' torn; frayed are cough thy (.amen, I'd buy a car again and speed bring :............................. J J4I
f and worn; the whooping some more.-Hardware World. I From empty vanities to which we !_- 4I o _____ .... _
I do believe. Thy
ts the iI cling,
the breeze, while good I Patronize 'Gator 1
e swells advertisers. .:The Vision of the Great Beyond most I Weaver's Steam LaundryFOR -
I Sweet! !
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Thy charms I strive in vain to hold t I HIGH CLASS CLEANING AND PRESSING t

{ THE UNIVERSITY BOOK STORE embraced, -- _.... .... -..
As years glide on-lo. how my spirit
41 I I learns
. SPECIAL CHRISTMAS SALE To press Thy honey-dew in anxious
20 Per Cent Reduction 11 I haste
;. Because the fervent soul within, me Flooring, Ceiling, Siding, Finish, Complete House Bills. "
On all Jewelry, Photo Albums, Memory Books, Belts and Belt BucklesFrom r' burns
I Daily Capacity 25,000 Feet. Gainesville, Fla.
Now Until ChristmasSpecial E Ei With passion like the barren desert

prices on Candy. See our new line of Fancy Stationery, with I waste ,

" popular prices, a splendid opportunity to secure Christmas rem em- JJ JJi To sip yearns.that which each human being( r+ rveei.ssoo.eoeeeeeee i

brances. I -J. W. D. 1, SEE KESSLER I t!

, .'--. .,.C .=::: --:::-' :::- = :;:; '1-''' ::::J I t For all kinds of Hauling and Moving. In case you need wood I
: !looooloolololo CALL NUMBER 9

t Nodding gayly roses-daily, I t______ -_____ I
I: DROP IN tt Pass fair June's most precious _
t hours, I !WHOTKffiffifiraifiHBraDORAN'S'i '? i ft!fifi tyt$'
So from our birth we're charmed by I
I mirth, a BICYCLE SHOPEast I
'Mid the garland's verdant bowers. Y;
i Youth delightful, rests so slightful, L
Alteration Cleaning PressingGainesville t Wooing beauteous budding by; I I KfiffiKfBaaaiK
,l So consuming days of blooming,
Phone 354 Florida Which it should have treasure!
j It t ta high N. Y. HATTERSWe
..I... __- ---- t clean and block your old Hats, all new styles

................................ 'Life Dreams, swift not fading of the beyond Winter's aiding doon, i I I and shapes. See CLYATT TAYLOR, No 42 Buck-

Ugly s ed-pod"sho\vs the way trod, :I man.
I t AMERICAN SHOE REPAIR COMPANY Lavished as its rare perfume.
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AND SHINE PARLOR f Soul we hold and spend as gold, I CHESNUT'S SHOE PARLOR
: !
Casting out its greatest price; ."
Idle days of Spring rerays f i't SOUTH SIDE SQUARE .
it Louis Eliades, Proprietor 4 I As the gambler's 'waste at dice! J I Electric Shoe Repair Department Work Guaranteed t

I t
Room 13, Buckman -- -- --- --- -
; N. D. Cooper, Agent; e i! TELL US! t
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"............................ i j Where knee can, a man buy a cap for his i JOHNSON'S PHARMACY ., {

< =. Drugs, Medicines Stationery, Toilet and Rubber Goods f
I,Or a key for the lock of his hair? t
J PICK YOUR WAY TO ; Can his eyes be called an academy We guarantee personal attention to Prescriptions. Only',
''Because there are pupils there? I purest drugs used. Low prices. Quality considered.
( Can he use, when shingling the roof Gainesville, Florida. I
The Gainesville CafeteriaACROSS (I;
of his mouth ----- --- ------ -
.The nails on his fingers or toes? ,
'(And pray tell us somebody if you can
best place to eat after all Our prices are as reasonableas Y-! Who travels on the bridge of his f' DO BUSINESS WITH

you find. The flavor that "mother's" cooking j'I : I'I'I
Can the crook of his elbow be sent :
"ASK THE COLLEGE MAN-HE KNOWS" # to jail? I "The New Million Dollar Bank" Resources Over $2,50uCOOraffiffiffiiflfiffiffiEHSH
$5.00 MEAL TICKETS FOR $3.90il0rlaO. I Ana if so, what did he do?
u Where can he sharpen his shoulder

-.:= s.- :. ::::: :;: : :"-. ;: -: blades- ,- _
lvoI I'll be darned if I know-do you?
, -- i I Can he sit in the shade of the. palm I I THE PHIFER STATE BANK IiR |
of his hand,
i I BATH ROBES I d Or beat on the drum of his ear? I| Strong, Safe and Accommodating i yjHbffiffififfi
Does the calf of his leg eat the corn .
I b en his toe- t> !!1!ffiffififfisraffiXffi! ! !: U ! ifiQI

If so, why not on the ?
without grow corn ear
I The kind you could amble down the fire escape in t _

t :towing any unnecessary comments. Rich, but not riotousthat's t "B. 1: D.* Popular Goods at Popular Prices at t

t..,V_ us, Mabel, that's us all over, say those bath robes. t The fled shades, of night had. long since I BURKHIM'S I

1- As though a mountain village sped<
; 50 t
i : __ 6.00 to $17. .* I A youth who wore mid snow and ice /

Lr*'- '."_ < t Those pants which bore that strange r


t His thoughts were cold, his knees
Complete Line of Gents' FurnishingsOur

t BURNETT THE CLOTHIER I f fIt ;Because were he froze wore no other clothes; Prices Will Suit You

It I "I And like the silver clarion rung SOUTH SIDE SQUARE J

1 The accents of unpublished tongue"B. .
-- .- 1 V. D." i
- I A traveler found him almost froze, l
Buried neath the snow and ice, GIFTS THAT LAST
HUTTO AND SCHOENBORN But still he bore no other clothes Large and varied line of Gold Filled and Sterling Silver Fountain a"
Tampa, Florida I Than those which bore'that strange Pens, Pencils, Collar Pins, Vest Chains, Fob Chains, Dickens Chains
ICE CREAM, LUNCH AND CIGARS device"B. Waldemar Chains and other nice
508 Franklin Street V. D." and boys. ... L. C. SMITH South Side Square = ;

l Technique.: .. a '=M ;

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+ + + + + + + + + + + + + I ing their- ; ;-thru t 1 Georgia and + + + + + + + + + + + + +* + + + + + + + + + + + +: ,------:;
in Cambrige on /
t + South Carolina. ,Thisuncertain to be + The University of Florida will play Harvard
+ Nov 9, according to the announcement made by Coach Kline last +
+ NOTICE, TENNIS PLAYERS. + one of the most interesting games '
+ All men interested in tennis + Florida will play tf\\f, eason and + Wednesday night. Several Sou them colleges were in competition +!' I

fare requested to meet in the + one in which a victoryXnidy' be valued. + with Florida for this game and the fact that the Gators were +'I't .
I t-t,,\, selected is outstanding recognition cf the gridiron ability they '!'
"Y" at 7 o'clock tonight Those + an :
4 who are members 'of'the' Tennis + INTER-CLASS. FRAT il TY AND + displayed last season. This will be the first time that Florida -i THE STYLES J Jt

f dub should not fail to be there COUNTY CLUB BASKETBALL + has played an important inter-sectional game, and there will be 4
r + as matters of importance will + \ *-i + much interest manifested throughout the South as well as in the +
+ be brought tip for consideration.! + *x; + State. + t
J At
: The Interclass Basketball tourna-
Every racquet-weilder turn out. + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 4 + + + + t
ment will start next Tuesday night in

% )L ;'i. 4.. + + + + + + 4 + + + + ++ the Gym. A notice of .the schedule' I Captain "Check" Byrd is an able I I Prof. "Ah, you were in the football +tI
will be posted at anX'Etr / date! in -I
leader and a stellar player. With game, Saturday. BAILEY'SEmanate .
II tent I'I
order to give er.ch an opportunity ,
him at the helm and such a worldof Dub>>: "Yes, sir.:
MERCER..,. TO BE TOUGH to pre:*;cece and pet ready for wmaterial from, t: Prof. "And hurt in the
I < old and ne to pick : you got $ .
t the big ol the tJurna-nerl.
S games "
1 the indications are that Florida'scagers I I fracas. :
j ;
Inter-fraternity and \ nter-eounty will make themselves heard ;i Dub "No, sir, I got hurt in the. from a ,
The Mercer Quintet coached by club basketball will occupy the: stage from this season. I shoulder." -Petrel. I survey of college .ate?
Josh Cody, handed the Jacksonville successively after the interclass II t
-Y" agers a 53 to 28 defeat last games. Dr. Manch.. .*t r requests it throughout the country! f:
OF THE NEW YEAR The first victim Stetson.
'.eet in their opening game of the that on next Tuesday, Jan. 10, at THE SPIRIT I :
reason. The Jacksonville outfit was 2 p. m., in his office in tc.Y._ M C. A. Again the New Year dawns more- The time: Jan. 14.I c! 1 1SUITS ..
composed of some of the best players building, a representative'<3' from each bright; i iI The Place Here. I .
HI the city and they showed a .good fraternity that desires (to enter a Now with the passing of the: night, The executioners: The Gators., I t-OVERCOATS .i| .

brand of basketball but the wonder- ]:I team meet with him _to discuss the I We see the Old has fled away, t
I ful speed and accurate tossing oft tournament and arrange- a schedule. Our resolutions as they lay Alabama Plays Pennsylvania f RAINCOATS 1Iji ,

the university men entirely.overshad-1: j(I A similar meeting of representatives i To be closed forever in their bier Tuscaloosa Ala., Jan. .-University I

I owed their ,best efforts. .Josh's pro-,of county clubs will be ti.lield {n Dr. With the Old departed Year- of Alabama's football team will]i i I HATS and CAPS ;;;

teges relied upon: the short pass Manchester's office on1{ ':,Wednesday All that they might have been is play the University of Pennsylvania ll

mainly working the ball into close I I afternoon, Jan. 11, at '2 p. mAny o'er, I at Franklin- } Field, Philadelphia, November .. t t tSHIRTS .. -:.'

.range before trying for goal;depending fraternity or club not having arep,But New ones may be born to soar; 4, it was_ announced here today ,'I. -- ;
upon their speed to outwit the resentative at the meeting will be Resolve that now you start aright I when the complete schedule o fj i' -UNDERWEAR --

{ opposing guards. Many af their assumed as not intending\ to enter And so put forth a better fight the Alabama team was made public.
points were scored as the result of the tournaments. To build aright and banish wrong I HOSIERY ._
J 1 Qther dates were announced several'I't ..i.
lI' :JonI goals, a feature of the game, To help the weak and make them weeks t J -' -. :

in which they showed remarkable' Basketball is the next. sport on strong; ago.CARPENTIER ;

jj' ain?, losing only two out of. twenty the calendar and eYem, q wants to Let's catch the spirit of the New 1"
j -er more attempts. keep u? the Old Fightinator Spirit, Year AND LEWISTO it .

Tire Gators will lock horns with which was so evident in tfie football And make anew our whole career. FIGHT IN MARCH : "
) I I Best Values in the State::.
Cody's five
in Macon
on Feb. I, dur- season. -J D. WHEELER.
II I -- .. < :', _. I London, Jan. 6.-Ted "Kid" Lewis, Jn J t
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English welterweight and middleweight

: I I champion has today bee ,
( matched with Georges Carpentier fora
I t
y fight iff:. March for 1,000 pounds aside BAILEYThe

oNE BRAND" I and a purse.

_ Lewis, who once won the world's II Clothier
} welterweight title from Jack Brit

ton, only to lose it back to the Am t Franklin St., cor. Twig

I T erican fighter,. easily captured the I ;

; two British championships since t TAMPA FLORIDA

QNE QU'LITY starting his campaign here somemonths I t tIt .

ago. He has grown heavier,
too, and is considered a good match :
_ for Carpentier by English critics. It

I One Size
; Package
What? Frieda Hempel Concert.
When?' January 25th. I the'I
All our skill, facilities, anft: ;Mfelong.knowled e of the West Opposes j:

I 'finest tobaccos are concentrated1' ,: on this one cigarette Auto Men Meet- I Four-Power Pit|

I .\ .CAMEL. ;"X'. ing in Jacksonville I f*

:, Into this ONE BRAND, we put the utmost quality. I Washington Jan. 6. Return

.Nothing is too good for Camel* ,::They are as good-as it's Jacksonville, Fla., Jan. 6.-Organization i I yesterday from a trip to the Paelfi

possible to make a cigarette. : of the southeastern division of I coast where he said he found pnS? ,
I the American Automobile Associa- {I sentiment aroused against the fee.

I "I Camel QUALITY is always maintained at the same high, tion is the purpose of a meeting off{! powered Pacific treaty in its preseBJ!

exclusive standard. You can always depend on the same delegates from seven states'which began 'i form, Senator Pat Harrison; D a3'
: I
r .: mellow-mild refreshing smoo&inless-the taste and rich here yesterday and will con I crat i of Mississippi, predicted that ft

I : ', flavor of choicest tobaccos-$*3 entire freedom from I tinue through today. ;!,pact will not be ratified unless mi'clarifying

: ". cigaretty aftertaste. % )f George C. Diehl cf Buffalo, president reservations are adopt '
; % i of the American Association, i is II I Harrison said he was at San Fray
: .:':. : 'And remember this! Camelgx\come in one size package to make an address and Frank cisco, the home of Senator Bins

: : ,only-:20. cigarettes-just the rigkt.size to make the greatest I Jennings, of Jacksonville, speaker Eo''Johnson, when the news of Presi eat-

:.'saving: in, production and the Florida House of Representatives, Harding's interpretation that artki
packing. This
saving will
into goes represent Governor Cary A. Har- I did not embrace the Japanese boss*
"' straight Camel
Quality. That's one reason why you dee on the program. l land reached there.
--U .t.. 4'a ...'tan.; get Camel.. Quality at so moderate. a price. Among those slated to make addresses I ,"The President's interpret .

: :. Here's another. We today are F. W. Marshal, created a favorable impression b.f 1
r frills the Ca\nel' put no president of the Pensacola, Florida, state where the Japanese situatioajacute )
on package. No "extra Chamber of "
Commerce; W. A. Mc- Harrison continued. "HarfJ
wrappers! Nothing just for show! Williams of St. Augustine, presidentof had the president's interpreU&

I I Such things do not improve the smoke the State Senate. A. G. Siler of been accepted by Californians getw
;i-l--- ; than Washington highway engineer of the ally than there arrived the UrtSa
any more premiums or coupons. And national
I i Association and F. O. Miller news that the president was in <&
their added cost( ; must go onto.the president of the t
price Jacksonville
r Auto agreement with the State DeF*
I or come out of 1Qe quality Body who is acting as chairman. I ment, which shared the opinion 01.

One the armament conference itself that
: ? thing, 'and only one, is responsible LAWYERS ENJOY 'LUNCHEONtAT
6 : [ the Japanese mainland iacla*
} c: ; for Camels r and j was
gre,.\ ,\ growing popularity EMPERIAL HOTEL i in article I. The conflict between the
-that is CAMEL QUALITY.. White House and the State Depart:
t : The Emperial Hotel was the scene ment fell like a bolt from the bfe c
I t of a delightful luncheon yesterday sky upon Californians, .and 'IiDe i '
;/ when the Lawyers met for their an then the demand has been increasfclly
I ,
tt1 yEND y nual gathering. There
: were places strong that the treaty !1e so elan
ate1 -f laid for fourteen; "at the lovely ap I fied or otherwise altered a5 to tf]
table which was the
Japanese homeland .
ly decorated for the approPriate-I treaty. : .
xL ', beautiful cut roses .
y .
ferns. A most I
enjoyable social hour He
I -"I. could just die dale
:-. was enjoyed and a delectable couldn't t you?" -i

L I luncheon was served, which consistedof "She-"Oh. no! imagine there 111
_:__- -, ,W"IDatoD..salem.N.C. Roast chicken dressing rice, po much pleasanter ways of dying tb
salad on lettuce leaves hot. biscuit ] *
: being trampled to death. 1
i I coffee, tea, peaches, and cake. The RoandITf.1t. .



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