The Florida alligator
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028291/00345
 Material Information
Title: The Florida alligator
Alternate title: Summer school news
University of Florida summer gator
Summer gator
Alternate Title: Daily bulletin
Orange and blue daily bulletin
Orange and blue bulletin
Page of record
Physical Description: v. : ; 32-59 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: the students of the University of Florida
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: January 13, 1922
Publication Date: 1912-1973
Frequency: daily except saturday and sunday (sept.-may); semiweekly (june-aug.)[<1964>-1973]
weekly[ former 1912-]
weekly (semiweekly june-aug.)[ former <1915-1917>]
biweekly (weekly june-aug.)[ former <1918>]
weekly[ former <1919-1924>]
weekly (daily except sunday and monday june-aug.)[ former <1928>]
semiweekly[ former <1962>]
weekly[ former <1963>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 24, 1912)-v. 65, no. 74 (Jan. 31, 1973).
General Note: Summer issues also called: Summer school ed., <1915>-1920 and again in 1923; summer issues also called: Summer ed., <1921>.
General Note: Has occasional supplements.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000972808
oclc - 01410246
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lccn - sn 96027439
System ID: UF00028291:00345
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Preceded by: Orange and blue
Succeeded by: Independent Florida alligator

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, 'GATORS, BACK i j jtfTEAfc F IOflldO' ; ',I THE SEMINOLE .

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The tennis team of the ; J#'
university I 1 I Game Was Featured by Fast
plays its first match Saturday fter- Playing on Both SidesScoreWas Florida Capers, Led by Capt. Byrd, Will Start Season -'
a Play of Spain, Will be noon when the team representing .
,ted by University Rollins college will come here. The 21-19 in Favor of Second by Taking on Fast Hatter Quintet in the (

match will start Year Men.
Ia e This Year. promptly at 2 p. in. U. of F. Gym. Tomorrow at 8 O'clock. .
The Rollins will .
..;.- team probably be !
composed of Griffith, Vincent and On Tuesday night a fast and clou '".
Saturday, January 7, the Masers -
game was played between the
Thompson, all of whom are finished Sophomore
I of last year, along with stars at the and Frenchman basketball The Gator cage squad, under tf.
.other members, newly selectei, make the game and are expectedto teams, which resulted in a score cf direction cf; Coach Kline, has been
contest hot '
a one. The ON I
their first rehearsal of the year. team to represent the Gators has 21-19, in favor of the second year .WORK ANNUAL training hard during the past! tvro
4 though, rather than being a men. weeks and is in excellent condition
not been picked yet but mil
aisal, was more of a meeting, include Klock, Cohen and Williams. The first half, however, promisedan SHOWS PROGRESSThe for the game with the Stetson quintet ..

I i43ci Father Conoley could: meet Griffith of the Rollins team has' intirely different score. With U c tomorrow night. A record squad hit
taste, selected for the present, several cups in Ohio and althoughhis skillful goal shooting. Duncan, it I been turning out daily for practiceand

Si! playing is not as well known as had reached the propartiots: i meeting was opened by Dickey 6, in favor of the "Rats. But when well under the able guidance and-direction basket:) tcssers will face the Haters '
it should
be in. this state, he is ex-
reading the minutes of the the second half began, the Sophomores -:I of Editor-in-Chief Jeacle. He in the first game of the season.A .
pected to bd the "dark horse" of the i
fathering, held some time ag). contest. seemed to have gathered more !hopes to have all the group picturesin large number of men are out

this Father Conoky gave a pep, and followed the Frenshmen up s I Ito { by the 20th of January. Mr. for each position and the probabilities

talk of introduction. to the The Orange and Blue representa- a score of 18 to 18, large'y by Jeacle stresses the point are that several will be given

I 1,tnd followed this by reading tives will probably meet the team goals shot by Ferris. At this point,I that the fellows must espedaltY'1 the chance to get into action. Cap. ,

( prologue of the play and giving from Stetson!! university Saturday however, the "Rats" got on the lead I getting their pictures in promptly, 1 I taro Byrd and Moss will probably r,

substance of the additional three I week, but this is still tentative. Cail- I again, by a foul on Miller, Duncan because up to the present time&tbe i start the game at guards, Duncan or l'

I Trhcse. story runs as follows: strom Field is also among the pros shooting the ball in the basket. But pictures have not been tuned in as '[Thompson at center, while the for ?

certain inn in Barcelona Ws.sby pects for the schedule in the near I this was followed by Hait shootinga raidly as they should have been.v; ward positions will likely be fillsd- i

I i a cruel and treacherous old future.: coal for the Sophomores-and For- Any articles, jokes cr) other 'material by Miller, Potter, or Fahs. Other

I ard, called Juan. This inn- I I TIC throwing the ball--i in the basket, contributed will be greatly appreciated men who will likely get into the mix-

lad a very beautiful daughter, I SWIMMING/ TEAM followirg) : a foul on Fahs. At this by the editor. The Art department up are Cohen Newton' and Gray,

I F, whom he wished to marry point, however, the half ended, leav- needs help. Anyone havingany guards; 'Gunn, center; and Halt and

I accomplice: in crime Miguel. The ing the victory to the Sophomores,, talent whatever or desiring" to Brumby, forwards. Byrd, Miller, .. .

. iter! however, objected to such REORGANIZED by a score of 21 to 19. help in any way should contributeas I Duncan and Moss have all show '

I III earriage, in which stand she was Both teams played a good varietyof much as,possible. proficiency in foul shootings' and the

w ned by her aunt Donna basketball, Ferris being the shinning There has been considerable greater part of this work will no

Dolores and her father had The swimming team is going to be I I light for the Sophomores," and quiry from the "special" students'- doubt be done by these men.

, quarrels over this marriage, an early bird this year and should 1 I Duncan and Newton showing up well garding their pictures. Special ipro" Stetson has been putting out

it was during such a quarrel, capture the worm. Out of the large as forwards for the Freshmen. In vision will not be- made for them strong cage teams for several year ,,

tc was beating her, that a cerKTCBfr student body there should be a good fact,.Newton made one of the longest but they will be included in the class and it is rumored that she has a

) man made his appearancethe number .of fine swimmers, to represent shots during the game, throwing a that makes the nearest approach ,io fast, :hard-playing five this year.

inn door. Immediately the Florida in the various meets goal from center. their credits. ':** *: I Ray, who did sensational work for

g ceased, and, leaving Dolores which will be held. I When the whistle blew at 7:30 they Any organizations wishing', space the Hatters last year, will probably

entertain the guest, Juan wentt Dr. Manchester wants every man lined up as follows: in the Seminole should see the tdi' be back at forward again this tiiio.

t to read a letter which had been who can swim, or thinks he can, cr + Freshmen Sophomores tor at once in order that he may Hughes, who played for Florida last

ven him by the young man. As thinks he might leaxn-in short, e/- II Duncan Ferns make proper provisions for them.. season, is expected to hold the center -

IQM be expected, the two young erybody interested in a swimming I Newton Hait 1. If anyone desires extra copies, they pc-sition. Whitehair, their cap

P'e! fall is love with one another, team-to meet him at his office next; Forwards I phould f(:der them now from; the tain in '21, is lost to them through

I bd pledged faith to each other, Monday, January 16, to discuss plans Smith James' business manager, J. A. Winfi !. graduation, but Ansperger, a new

l a Juan re-entered, revealing the and make entries. Center Mr. Jeacle sincerely: mopes \get man, is capably filling the position.The .

tents of the letter, which showed Practices will take place in Fraz- Flood Brumby the Seminle out on /time, but only game will be called at 8 o'clockin .

y stranger to be the son of an old er's Pond, as usual, unless roads are Perry (Capt.) Mathews (Capt.) can he do this by the 'hearty'cooperation the U. of F. gymnasium. Admls-

'end. of Juan's named Menende.:. improved, in which case* Dr. Manchester Guards of every student of the ; niTer. mission is free to students and 25c

young man, Julio by name, his has a place in view about t Substitutes. : Freshmen: Fahs for sity. It is an annual of the students,- to others.

ther having died, had come to Bar- fifteen mileT from the University, Smith. Sophomores: Miller for Hair, far the students, and by the students,

IOn&. accompanied by an overseer, I which is a great improvement over i Jackson for Miller\ Miller for Mat and many people reason it is,.;up, to MEAT CUTTING AND" CURINGDE310NSTRATION

,dispose"of his ranch in South Am. the other. thews, Mathews for Jackson. the student body to make the annualthe
Immediately of trick- Florida has several opportunities" The Seniors) and Juniors were splay -> best one that has ever been:.,put
meets, and a good schedulecan the Senior Demonstrations the cutting and
tttered Juan's head and that to stage I but on account of out.
easily be arrange d' : forfeitedthe the curing and preserving of meat
w nc made it known : team not appearing, they i
his sister
to I the most I It under The held at the Ag. College on Tues-
Maria Swimming is perhaps game to the Juniors. The Masquetraders, = were
that with the aid of !
egad, he would, t healthful sport there is, and surely j Readership of Father Conoley"arcgetting i day morning and afternoon
the money the in which Florida bo "sre i started on the new' ,play I of the Bureau of AnI-
J* the overseer, by drawing him one) i "On to Cambridge" is the slogan Dr. Buckley
to an unfair game of cards. Fin- most generally proficient. Doubtless -' for '22. A victory over the Crimson which will be presented in the spring. mal Industry of the Department of f I
there will be a large number] The hero and heroine will be"ably '
J. iavicg easily solicited the aid will make U of F. known tHe Agriculture at Washington conducted -
MigUel, who was jealous of Dol-! out for the team, and the best men world over-and such a thing is far represented by Bobby Swanson and the cutting demonstration on
love of the bunch should be very good i iit Wiilliam Jeagle respectively. Both Prof.
; for Julio, anyway, and ,hav- from being impossible. Tuesday morning, assisted by
stars in the caste of last
indeed; men were
of the
acquainted with theseereasco Scott, the animal industrialist

the time for thee year. Experiment Station, and Mr. Jenkins,
+ + + + + + + + + + + ,
:cards came. During thee "DANGEROUS CURVE AHEAD"For district agent for South and West
'p NEWS BRIEFS The track'team under the leadership -
Beasco saw Miguel cheat, and Florida. He explained to a large
11 this + ; of Gaptain SeIko, wiII'*ib I
a fight arose, in which the exquisite detail, and absolute number of local farmers the best
Hatters tomor- short time. Everyman
eeer + Gators meet working out in a
Wag stabbed. After tbe the New York apartment of t methods of cutting meat for horn
td I novelty row. + who represented Florida at:the
the when the authorities ex- "Dangerous Cprve Ahead!" a Rupert + Dr. Chapman arrives at U. S. I. A. A. meet last year is back preservation. The Experiment Sta-: .
and inscribed bcdy, the knife was I Hughes comedy, coming to the Lyric + of Fkrida. on the job this time, while in"Sid- tion furnished the animals used in

n with Julio's namo. Theatre, commencing Friday, is far + Florida tennis team plays + diticn there is much promising 'material f f; the demonstration. M
enUy he was arrested, and picture recently ; Miss Odom, the Alachua County
pns :ed. ahead of any Goldwyn + Rollins tomorrow. in the Freshman class. i
tores A little while after tins produced. The architecture is U. of F. kickers defeat Live + I i Home Demonstration Agent, conduct: '

oozy married Miguel, and life ran Italian, with a leaning toward the Oak. t + + ... > tf, + + + + + + + : ed the canning and curing demon- .{

er' about for awhile. One day, haw.. New Art idea, and the panels, cur- + Capt. Sollee makes track an.1' '<. ATTENTION SOPHOMORES 'i jstration in the afternoon. She. was

e abs 'en six months afterward, in tains, pillows, etc., are of French fr nouncement. ___ *. I j assisted by Miss Landrum, district --i
*6 fcame \
Miguel Julio having
sped, back hand blocked linen. Regardless of + Masqueraders hold first try- + + Class pictures, together with 4 j agent for South and West Florida in
tie bi1e, for Miguel stayed a heard very: the,fact that the color scheme is not + out. OTC dollar ($1.00) MUST: be {I Home Demonstration work, and byi =

pr athing. was revealed by the screen such sets are + Library receives valuable handed in before 7:30 Saturday i Dr. Buckley, Prof. Scott, and Mr w
When had entered
e n Dclores always carried out with the same atdonation.. I night, Jan 14. The committee '1 Jenkins The latest methods: and
sitting -
e h un, and taste as though for the legitimate -2* Seminole work progressing. "taking them is composed of 4* I I utensils for heme canning and curing -
managed to get him drunr'!=, care .
In this stat .. stage. This beautiful suiteis fr "Y" cabinet has annual ban- + Henry Jerry. Jr., : *: t were illustrated and explained:
obtaired: a bou..t prom
htn! about the manner in which done in dull orange, peacock blue quet. I* phurs, and Margelle. Be *, 4 before a large number of local farmerS -
"(ContinUed and flat black. 444 + 44 + 44 p4'4.ti + + 44t and their wives. % I
on page eight) ;'..


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Write Ha JCHXT tracts and: to tier varies fnnn 6 to 23per f tip w"asee laTe fc5fe! all brerpirf.rs

ii !l crbic foot for creosote, : of a s a d
wlien ycnt can't cosie 'Tim the TJsrrersiiy cf
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-1 i heart of Jacksonville I in the case of zinc d:1 rlde.Frecrative TIe Is I This rseass that creiita :
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It I* tetetts&as to iz Tr tSaft J SarSrat+ rgngy frerr c..e b::=drd prepared; to fill cone cuidocr posi- I ty times its. crdisary: life without ;|*a zra .er"s ,degree. In shert, siajticaJrj

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kg la Flrii&fc totals tMrtasa l |t! CZM fcssired: ate fiy+ -sire; toI-* It u tke ain of the isstrsclars t1) I I i treated tfcter are found in bridges: greatest csiversltles: of Am_

j ded a=d twe::tj. Two Essfred : per KS&tb f-r earned :us|Va discover azi to cal rate the t.1IPlof i trestle*, railway tics, telegrapfe, tdejpkcne -

1, fifty of ttsi easier aiiesd iM a & fMlfrea, Beailss tins coo- | tbf Wa atoaI isea aDd thus prr l and electric light poles craass. FREE RIDS

verily of Ffctiiz.: Tfce rest: tk try :retetvej: iiicviraaee |.yarn ttea to fiB ssaessfelly t'.e"TxtaUscs !i arsis, des, acq icdscts, calrcrts, Tie "Baraca Special1 learacrrer f
f feud fa ctbsr std of tb? : turtasrg, fees and In life. Tile Dean ardICoecscfcrr wK=g, slaps' etc.**
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I in ttipitaSj, cs., se sis p. f... tbe g.wc raeaerTt.trim.F ali the student in sdenmg 31r. Evans delivered the tzEc in .
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I by, t&e ggr ..rrfgffi 7'E 9 per +etat f rssafi..- i 6ciu1J'r j 'fcsxrwledlge acvrired at y ise of ti% r

la ce&st &Kg tie rx.rki cf bYe teen gianted t:4 i II f 8g by ? "estest, praslieal rape af}*r Use .4

TO'aUMtaJ' trace of Bsrc 3: of Yorational Pte. f eca|le i
Ucfreoiij: tif Elms strict .: n;ea xeeetre a* IMng Erases..!ovZa1

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men rig fig, ass the : % lees and ba Kts-Hzatkn rsg 9 ; aad elersentary 1'> IFASHION: PARK +
\ cf tfeeir IS'-cotton. I' No dew time fesit is set cpon ,. sA !br-e are give to t&ess Co : _f

The raja who are rr-drisg tedest's trskia It is to :; Q OR-1

vocatktal trafcfsg: are ; : t<; -- -,!

T eans0 received: tea per n pat open an eirinA bass a am, !:| thc who can neither read nnz FTFFORMSOLE :
cr over umIJIe:1t disability mAT embrace two csursea of :; write. I A.
terrice The total cf j-txeb ?, as a man may first trail j I Mesa w&o are deficient in ectranee "V .

j I lax been fixed 17 the Bareaa of zsmifi isdcor prcfcuica w g ,,rqI rme:1U may nuke them np ia t AGENTS -.I.'.

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enabling them to pursue halos
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Glasses Fitted I I work The in raecess ary college.of t&ese men since en- Gainesville, Florida !
i iP
v er..ng training speaks for itself, as f
I Eyes Tested i t1e records at the University sb'sr
I that the grade of the men takistg

..!r i 1:.rtnralar college work are ten per cent j ==
'I"" kp-fcer than the regular enroBed f -- < JJIII"
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Broken lenses j j I The same ccrara e, stamina and -
duplicated in one hour's I :s //ii j
I pep that) sent them "ove- th_e'N |
time i
:|ti break the P
Hinde*barg:: line cent !
I I C. H. COLES & SON | them, mature men, back to their I|

Ii i i books to study Hard and become bigger I(
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I !e f I ST. PATRICK'S CATHOLIC CHURCH tl j i ENGINEERS -FFAH TORE GOOD LEC- Demand value. and style >. ;* .,' .,11

II I East Main Street, North i I I II I Mr. N.. D. Evans. of tile Finger I Society Brand Clothes ',' --'-- 4' ]
I f i; ft BcsseU Creosoting Works of Jadc- .: 1PAGE

", Rev John Gay, S. T. L., Rector. Telephone 629 tt Ii: scnyi Preservation1!e, spoke OB the subject "Wood .!- Haaan- Shoes Manhatta&Sfeirts. x Hats ,
at the regular meet- ;
Snnday* Maas : tag> of die Benton Engineerias: Society Are, featured. lines in tile--Giddeona' Store -3:
--Holy and Sermon, 10:80 a. m.; evening !: ]
t services, 7:45 p. m. t ; held January 9th, bringing oat '-" .J
: t j|dearly the points g ftn below. Mail erders a s iaIty. '
9 Weekdays-Holy Mass 7:00 a. m. IIL t i! The need 9f wood preservation was ;

I 1|: strikingly illustrated: by statistics Ji1i
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I I Ii that we annually cat+ 54 ,j
: billion feet of lumber, -whereas oar

i UNIVERSITY MEN ALWAYS WELCOME: AT annual growth is estimated at tea .
Union feet.

McDOWALL'S\ !!I Wood is attacked or destroyed by HENRY 6IDDENS CLOTHING CO.TAHPA .

!: forms of plant life, known as fungi "
ICE CREAM i These plants need for their growth a FLORIDA ,

', i.: favorable temperature, air, rosisture. .
_ t PARLOR and a food supply. Whenever such '-

MAKE YOURSELVES AT HOME: I conditions exist in timber structures,
fungi rapidly multiply and eventually

Agency Hollingsworth's Unusual Candies carte what is commonly termed decay

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LIBRARYThe O .. .4- ..... '
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Library was recently! presen- -- .- ": '. h';-Br--1 .
ed with a copy of the original <> t
of i. "
j Dante's Divino Comedy, by ths .. :-"' ; 4
Ital- ;
HEATREHI <> "'" .hi... ....
ians of the United .. 4. .
'I States of America .:'-:'- -
I ion the i initiative of Lunge Carnovala-; "' .. .
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'hAJso '3:.'" "Good is
I and received, as a donation: the libr- l ,"r .
/ Attractions ary of the late
Rev. Rees W. Edward () .
not good enough
t 'from his son, Mr. F. R. Edwards. i

CHILD FOR SALE"Added I Dante's Divine Comedy is bound in
"i a handsome brown cover. On the 0- in Porter's Fitform Clothes for young :'
[iso inside of the front cover is the fo'-' () men and older men who want to stay ..

:,,4ftesday- lowing inscription: "Presented t:> the jl (>> young. In the tailoring of these sa;>-

-SUCH A LITTLEQUEEN" 'j University of Florida by the Italiansof erby styled garments the "easy way" .
.. the United States of America .
Constance Benny the initiative of Lucgs Camovale on () makes way for the better way and : '

rsiay: :A Chicago, Illinois, in'commemoratirn "How fine can they be made?" crowds .

Doris May\ 1 of the six-hundredth anniversary cf out the usual manufacturing question. ..

the death of Dante, Sept. 14, 19' 1. "How fast can they be made?"
lWay"PASSION" The first few pages contain an interesting :
I preface, and a biographical o
Pola Negri
sketch of the .
life of the eminent
la-day- I author. The one striking aspect i iI is 'F 4
the beautiful illustrations of
Constance Talmadge I colors! bright and yet unusually many soft. WE EARNESTLY INVITE EVERY -

These illustrations in themselves constitute 'MAN OF TWENTY TO

a piece cf; Tare artistic work.
The Library has ben: fortunate in
(securing the donation 1
of the books of <> i
PORTING GOODS I the late Rev. Rees W. Edwards: a WITH THE SUGGESTIONTHAT ,i-.

I library estimated to be worth between PITFOR4CatLo.feY. THE PORTER LABEL IS -
$2500 and $3000. The books will b! t rAN
mils Football (|placed in a section by themselves yi; ADDITIONAL GUARANTEE .
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'.4x 53seb311 I with the fallowing inscription.: CoIn .- I
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Memorium Rev. Rees W. Edwards.1 ', \. ,- : ; ,1.: :.: : .
QUALITY-SERVICE At present Miss Milltimore has on ; '< ..<. ,
b hand only the sets of books on Philosophy I ; '" -",.< E' ;" si. f

and Theology, the other .
Baird Hardware Co. to arrive in due time. Mr. F. R. Edwards I :' ; 'tI

I who *, interested in the school:: : ,' > Everything Men and Boys Wear.t::, ;
I course, may add to this donation an I ;. : ,,
F amount of money for the project of

i the purchase of additional volume. ..... <-t
: HOE S He desires to make the boks avail- .. i., .
able to the young people all over the .' ::.eo ,

state, and believes that the best '
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B.M method in accomplishing this desireis ,, ..'
by donating them to the Univer- I .',"'A ,}:1": :,. \.
I Gainesville, 0 sity.
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HOE S The State Board of Control met j I ,II
COACH KLINE'S COACHING have been enrolled for the work. sured.: To date the following have 1111
on Monday at the University and on
Tuesday in Jacksonville. COURSE Coach Kline aims to impart to the enrolled:

...----- -- Routine business was the program I I I members of his intended new class information H. S. Tolbert, C. L. Dobson, D. E.
f ion Monday. The resignation of Dr. I which will enable them to Williams, F. C. Charboneau, W. H.
A coaching athletics
(ORAII course in conducted -
Davis of the Dept. of Biology was I I understand athletic particu- Gifford, A. L. Work.. Horace O'Ejryant\ ,
ORTON ( J I' S. by Coach Kline and given in games
Dr. J.
OVELTIES t accepted with regret. larly football, more fully, and to K. D. Hiatt, L. D. Stewart, J. B.
| Rogers, a Ph.D from the University i connection with the Department of
Art and Gift give "inside" instruction about the Walker, M. B. Weaver, L. R Ramsey.
Shop t !of Michigan, was appointed to Jak-j I I Education, will be the latest addi-
Pictures difficult task of coaching an athletic
[ and Picture Frames |
"' ''''_ __ 4I the place of Dr. Davis. tion to the University curriculum team. The valuable assistance of Presbyterian C. E. wants to see

The Beard met in Jacksonville on I when a sufficient number of men Major Van Fleet in the. course is as- you Sunday evening at 6:30 o'clock.
:Tuesday and at eleven o'clock a. m.I I t
( |I. N. l1I'COLLUM\ & CO.
I received and opened bids for -- -7'
DRUGGISTS construction of the first unit of the ,

THE REXALL STORE I nw::? Administration Buiilding. Ail .
Agents for bids were rejected by the Board aa

netts and Norris Candies being too high because all were over 1:
iliesville Fla. the amount of appropriation for the
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buildirg. The state architect wa I
instructed to make certain changesand

DR. TENCH eliminations in the plans for the THE BON TON
Dentist building before the second Monday in

Office Graham Building February, at which date the Board ,
Oee Phone plans to let the contract over in -
: Res. Phone:
tS8.J Tallahassee.R. .

O. T. C. HONORS ..f : 'Meet Me There" : __ ,_,>_0,. ,
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Ettrything in Groceries I :received from the War Departmentat
certificate recognition -
Washington a
For Goodness Sake Drink | of the valuable services rendered Agents for the Martha Washington and Johnston Candies

)SSEYs: DELIGHT COFFEE !t during the war by the R. O. T. C.

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GloTer Miller -_ .. --- --:______Managing Editor Gcach Kline ia rapidly getting the I '
t'I : Robert Wry of. t ':. Assistant Managing Editor squad into shape' for the season I ,. STYLES. FOR FALLJL92IV
Henry Puller _._ ___ __, _Sports Editor which officially starts- tomorrow. ,/ : I,
: : Robert fierce _0___ __r:: Society Editor Competition is teen, and "one: of his t( *- ,. ;
: ; Harold i ock ..______-____._ -_- ___ExchangesPersonals ( hardest problems will probably be 0 ARE NOW READY .
J.i I i .0.,;''' K. Hansen, Ozzy Bie __._-- the selection of the first team. la t ", ... ... ...' -, \ --.'
i 0" fact, it is very'likely that a large .
r H. Wsodberry, William Farm enter, Beach 'Hazard, J. W. Wheeler, Richard number of men will get q chance :
j .. Bias-',fred Mansour, Frank, ;imore;, Ralph Buckley......._..... ....Reporters against the Hatters. I New colorings.new Fashion Ideas, new Fabrics. Prices
one-third lower than-those Fall l. 1920. "
Aleck'White.__ ..Business Manager: Captain "Check" Byrd is leadingthe t .

Horace Wilson _..----. .------.-.- .._- ... Assistant Business Manager: Gator teasers in efficient style, t ,
setting the pace in hard workouts -
II Entered as second-class matter September 28, 1912, at the postoffice at every day. "Check" did good woric "
r Qatari{Fla, under the Act of Ma rch fad., ;;1879.. ,last year as ,a, guard and he is back r : :
I', at the same station this time. On-: "
Rat:-The Florida Alligator, $1.50 the'year. posing forwards will find that he is t ,Florsheim Shoes--built 'for, ,College men-aak' for'eatar!

I ; : .. always on the job when it comps ...... ,
!, January- 13 The ..Christian\ ideal. has not been' tried- .and. to spoiling good shots. t .. ', -0' >: : .' ,

found wanting. It has been found difficult; and left untried.- t '_ ,... f., ,
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I I Chesterton.' Mess, who played guard all last "'" -. .. ,; ..' .," : :
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possesses a keen shooting eye. il I i
\ I i It .is a fact that many people thruout the State of Florida .
I : confuse.the University of Florida with the Gainesville High School Miller is showing notable ability : ;, :
I in'shooting ,and will probably do a f f,1: '
; I paricularly] during the football season. Probably this mistake large part tof the foul tossing. He ,
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a good and spirited
would "'never prove detrimental to either of the institutions, but a ,.,...
er. He plays at either center or ;
I !' inasmuch as the two are so different the error should be corrected. forward. '

I : One readily sees the plausibilityof; the mistaking the one for .>.
the other or referring to the University when ,the High School is Gray, a member of last year'3 I

I in question, by the fact that both instiutions are in the city of squad, ,is making a strong fight for ,
a berth this time. He plays .. :
a peppy
i Gainesville and each referred to at times as just Gainesville. It L ; j
I consistent game at guard. ,'
I is the duty of those who are interested in either school to correct '. 1.

tl t. J this error and to be on the look-out for anyone who is ignorant of Brumby, also of the '21 aggregation .. ... ,. .
.j I the facts concerning their school. The average student does not is a man who will no doubt be / '

wish to sea the University confused with a High School, nor does heard from this year. He played inmost
of the games cf last year and
,I the High, School" student want any credit. obtained by a mistake. has both experience and ability. ...,

i( _--'- No., cause for worry, now, Florida men. You have the best Duncan, who-starred in football What Is a Vacuum

president in the world. Your faculty is third in the U. S. with last season, is trying for the positionof 1 ....
center. He has plenty of weightand ,
Ph. D. men and your football team is ten years ahead of the wildeSt fight, while h-a. is a basket shooter Furnace ? ;
I dreams. of-no mean abiliity. .
Cohen is shewing the same flashy
;, We note that the Gainesville Daily News takes off its hat to style of play that won him a posi-
an ordinary furnace materials bum combine with tit
the men who arranged that game with Harvard and gives the tion on the team last year. Guard is or
University credit for being Gainesville's most necessary adjunct his station and one which he covers oxygen of the air. Melt zinc, cadmium, or lead in o

I We wonder what The News will take,off when Florida beats Harvard in good shape. ordinary furnace and a scum of "dross"appears, an impurity -

and shows everybody',that the U. of F. is a necessary adjunct Fans is a new man who has lots formed by the oxygen. You see it in the lead pots

,I to everything good in this State. of speed and a wicked eye for the that plumbers use. ,
little ring. Although a little light his ,
The Masqueraders have announced that they will offer always there when, it com s to In a vacuum furnace, on the contrary, the air is

"Dolores," a Spanish play in three acts, this year. It is rumored mixing things up. pumped out so that the heated object cannot combiners :

that this is the best they have attempted. They will have to go Potter, another man out for the oxygen. Therefore in the vacuum furnace impurities snot %

some to beat "Out of the East. All"we ask is that Miss Doloresbe first time, is exhibiting remarkable formed
l as. good as "Out of the'East.," skill in finding the proper place for '
the leathern sphere. He is small Clearly, the chemical processes that take place in the

Florida' silver-tongued orators but quick and elusive. two types are different, and the difference is important
are now polishing, their silver
and it looks Copper, for instance if impure loses in electrical conduc
-they will put Florida all over the Debating Tri- Newton is out for a position at ,
angle this, year. guard. He osvers his man in fine tivity. Vacuum-furnace copper is pure.
= style, while be also shoots with re
I ,1/ mean skill when an opportunity pre So the vacuum furnace has opened J up a whole #*_.
All-together, boys, and put the old:'Gator Gridiron punch be- sents itself.Thompson. world of chemical investigation. The Research Labor

hind Captain Byrd and his scintllaSng Quintet. While they lories of the General} Electric Company have been exploit
dance around the baskets, work yo'tri Burroughs to the tune of at center is a first class
world under*
"Florida Up,' and Opponents Down. oJ. jumper. He is a bad man for the new solely-to find out the possibilities ,
: opposition anywhere in the,neighborhood new series of conditions.
-. of the goal.
t zt The University was glad to welcome a chapter of another Yet there have followed practical results highly ixn-

E honorary fraternity to the campus and it is hoped that it will Hait, who was out last year i b portant to industry. The absence of oxidation,for instance.

> ,*prove an incenive to those men who"are interested in chemisry togo ball exhibition He is a a classy fast.brand aggressive of basket-player : has enabled chemists to combine metals to form new aBop>

.: further into the scientific fields with a better scholastic record. with a strong tendency for ring- heretofore impossible. Indeed, the vacuum furnace b

The chemistry department is due aJFpraise in obtaining this distinction -, ing baskets. stimulated the study of metallurgical processes and &

1 for the University through: ::tbe E. K. Chemical Society. "Shorty" Gunn is making a bid fr* become indispensable, to chemists responsible for product
1 I the central station. He is puttingup
metals in
.. the samehrand' :of that he quantities.And .
We scrap
congratulate Mr.\ Jones, the"steward, upon his excellent
:-' idea of giving the self-help; students more chances to work,by 're-: the showed other in;candidates football'and work will for make the this is the result of scientific research.

i, pl, cirtg'some' the colored help i1\'the*.. Commons. job. ,- .; = disCover new facts, add to the sum total of hu :
I .0 Many caber men are out and Trotting knowledge, and sooner or later, in many unexpected Wfi
Where in the world did our der' institution over at Tan r hard for places, It is the largest practical results will follow.
hassee get the inspiration to call jjugir Freshmen, Goats? They !i sqna ,that'has ever turned out for
might at least have called them .{basketball at the U. of F. The opt
;: p. Well, anyway, that Isn't'las I look for' successful l season
s bad as being, a Rat. The only bad-thing a Goat will doffs to eat !!{bright. a is very den .

paper, and'tin cans and a Rat will eat most anything; even -, -=-- :.

Sometimes the best of,Rats, get caught in traps. Sure, poison'j Do,"your sleeping the afternoon. General Company Schenectad7'N.

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."...."t :.. pan Omega Fraternity Another) event which took place .. : : : iI i-
A' during the holidays : .. y' \1 :
';- was the marriage .
Chi Fraternity+M Dance" of Miss W. B.' Ellis and Mr. W H' I .

r 4r.I ,,. Club Dance. Cates on Dec. 29th. "Miss Ellis" has Young Men's Suit. .. -

-* been for several years the popular : .

I University men taking part in Registrar of the University, and has .
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L of the Shrew" last week many friends among the student ,

; Lg Bgivens, Bill Pepper, Jo\-1..1: body who received the news of her } I } I
marriage with much pleasure. $30 :
Pete Harris Floyd "Bill" and $35 :
.Faut Irwin ,Williams, MitchlllEugene : graduated from Florida with .
the class '
Jones, Leonard 20'and has been situate
't'j t I slobby Pierce, Russel King, in Tallahassee since 'that time. He is I
and others. a member of the Pi Kappa \ I
? Xenon, Wttters, Alpha S .
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f Afar'the perfarmance several Fraternity.Mrs. .
.-- j enjoyed an hour's dancing nt Cates will continue,at present .Tweeds, Herringbones, etc., in many new sport .'
her duties as Registrar, while Mr. '
:i j Delta. Rho rooms. I everyone .
Cates will guaranteed. These values .
e-w return tohis business. are eye openers. : t'
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reserve your date
for Feb. 16th ,it. ..' -, !
IMt Friday evening the members to see DOLORES. a -.'

... the ltaneo Club enjoyed a dance Tale of Spain, presented by the Mas- Ii ; .: ;: 1 I

"-. the Woman's Club', music being queraders. .
... Cody and his orchestra *-*
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R the Club House until a late M -

". These dances are always deda The Lake County Club had its first .
k, j l, and are looked forward to meeting of the new'year in room_67, HILL BUILDING .' -. -.J- "

- ; : a great deal of interest by the Thomas Hall, on the evening of January >
f set of the. city and Univer- 5th. As soon asa sufficient I 1 .

number of the members arrivei to
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. form a quorum the meeting was call .
: [TWENTIETH CENTURY CLUB ed to order by Mr. Raasb, the president t! -!: .__. : ":!. ...., -- I"Jb-_ ; }' 1. _." ..: L" >1 .

DANCE I and as' there 'was no old busi i.I ..
ness, the new business was brought -- 1.
Cnder the auspices of the Twen- before'the club. A motion was made your picture for the Seminole. As AG. CLUB MEETING JAN. 9. thanks ofrthe'team to the Club.
A 'eth Century Club a script dance and carried there were some gentlemen present
that the club have: one Horace WiTsc was put in chargeof
i 11 held at their Club House on page in the Seminole for pictures of who were not so fortunate as to nave Mr. Blachlock, state} agent in ,the Ag. Chib's pages in the Seminole -

m mersity Avenue last Saturday the club members; and that a com- f been in attendance at ths club banquet charge of Boys' and Girls' Club work. and club members are requestedto
trains. All doors were thrown mittee be appointed by the presidentto I in Crescent City during the holidays -r delivered a meat interesting talk on leave pictures for the annual with 4-

..... ipo, and during the intermission attend to the matter. On this com- I a detailed account of what his recent trip to the international him or in Prof. WHlcughby's office.
id between dances ladies served j Livestock Show at Chicago at the
the .
mittee were appointed; W. Downing I took place at the banquet; was given. I Meeting then adjourned.
ot chocolate their and sandwiches to meeting on Monday even-
r lasts, buffet style. This proved Etheridge, as chairman, Allan Entz I Christ-mas ing. A large number of Ags. attended -
and Carl E. Duncan. A table l
ery successful, and added great meeting and all ..enjoyedMr.
a I
discussion event, as it was enjoyed so much by '
wu of I r followed, during which the Blacklock's .
"pep" to the occasion. The I I all! who attended. As there was no story immensely.Two f
B&S will announce their next dancet selecting of a sponsor was discussed, club boys, two county agents, .1 1
other business the club
adjourned to
A short business
t an but due to the fact that several mem- meeting of the .
a early date. and the .
speaker made the
up party
meet again at the next regular meet-
bers absent it Astronomical Society
#_* were was agreed to which went to was
Chicago particularly
!IDr have i "the ing time. j up held in the Engineering lecture'room ;
BISH P-.CARRUTH a special meeting following for a national meeting of Stare
I day. for such purpose. 1 i| Club members. The Internationa Saturday January 7th. at which time 'I i
the At this meeting two were PEABODY CLUB NOTES I| the Society's 'page in the Seminole
diII many friends of Miss Elise I sponsors Il was taken in while the party was
01) and Mr. M. W. Carruth Jr.,. nominated, Miss Pearl McWhorter.of : !l up there. was discussed, as weU as 'other mat- ,

pleased to bear of their mar- Umatilla, and Miss Mary Katherine The semi-annual election of offi- I Mr. Blackloch described the show ters of a. purer" business nature.

which took place during the Wilson, Leesburg.. Upon count- cers of Peabody Club took place on as the greatest exhibition of live- Owing .w; unavoidable circumstances I t 1;

3'1, on Sunday, Dec. 18th. Ac- ing the ballots, it was found to be a Monday evening, January 9, 1922. stock he had ever seen. There must Profi Perry, who was 'to lecture T
ill'J panied by two of their friends, tie, which was suggested be decidedby The following officers were elected: have been 'five or six thousand 'hea-J on '"Einstein's Theory of Relativity j

ey motcred to Ocala, where they matching. Before this could be President, G. B. Simmons; vice-pres- of stock on display. It was a beef :* was unable to be present I

J i quietly united. done a tardy member arrived, and ident. H. L. Tolbert;; secretary and cattle and: sheep show primarily with which was regretted by a number of

Elise is the daughter of Dr. Bishop his vote elected Miss Wilson. Mr. treasurer, A. L. Work; reporter, J. the Herefords most numerous among J I members and _visitors who were interested i
t t Gairesville, and since her return Fates was selected to notify Miss Wil- D. Wheeler; and sergeant-at-arms, the cattle and with some wcnderfol in this subject.: ;<

r m Mary Baldwin last year she son of the honor bestowed upon her, Ellis Moore.' After the elections the Shropshire sheep on exhibition.J I However,;Prof. Perry will be with i IitIs.

u been one of the most popular and to obtain a picture from her. I new cfficers received the usual initiations Among the hog classes, some of next Saturday and will lecture; on ,I
cnng ladies of the eitv. .TnnW en-I which were warmly administered which were comparatively weak the the same subject. An 4
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4 1 the University last year. He PUTNAM COUNTY CLUB HOLDS by the members of the Durocs were well represented and I extended to all persons interested. ii
t a Member of the Kappa Alpta 'MEETINGThe had the best animals. The large ; .' H. BRADDOCK f Sec
testy, the Pirates" ani the Club.Mr. amount of fine stock exhibited iiv I IJ
McCleandonwas taken in i
as a
t .
'saneraders. the agricultural colleges of the
The Putnam county Club held a new member. Hess' from Louisiana ', J Boys, if ,you want some real: nice
young couple intend to reside North and West was a point emphasized pictures
,,1 Tampa J short, peppy business meeting last State College and appears to be a i made, go to Vansickel'a "
the home of the by the speaker. These colleges Studio
groom -I f
here he will Tuesday night in room 63, Thomas. good man. We hope that he will square. Special
probably be located were.or.-wealthy and were
'f th the First I The main object of the meeting was prove a worthy member of cur club. ap- prices to students. t
National Bank of that parent'y taking advantage of their
. ty* the election of sponsors. Two all- Mr. Tolbert has promised us a T>1 '
opportunities. That 'the University )
') *_" I Putnam beauties were elected, Miss flowery flow of oratory at the installation of Florida might some time in the NOTICE i AG. MEN'

1 Now that golf is among us, ill-I Marguerite Grimsley, a very popular of officers on our next meeting future be able to send a 'livestr.cltentry 'CIdb''proiram" -
i tead i F. S. C. and Miss Ernestine the \ at Ag. Jan. 16th
of pop" dances and the like W. 'girl. coming Monday evening to a big show was the hope expressed *- Work : t
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) H "elite" will b: taking their date i Reeks, a likewise beautiful and popu- 7 o'clock.: We hope that every member by Mr. Blackloch. He closed ,I ... f
, [ut to the: course fcj the lar high school girl were chosen to : will be present to hear the same his address with a most interesting 'I Agricultural--.N. G. Well t
7* if you want to be "in, fternfUJ.1 add beauty to the Putnam County and to give Mr. Tolbert a hearty wel- and amusing story cf: the party's J j Journalism:Mr. Ralph ___

i dub J 'and strut "out," even yon Club's page in the Seminole. We come to his new office. Every member sight seeing trips in Chicago. Election- a of-Officers-- for third Stoutamlre

on't.dc anything but carry it back I sincerely hope that Messrs. Atkison is urged to be present and prove The Club gave its recently victor- 'j' --r, -' -- quarter.Debatia

forth to class with you. I and Braddock wiir remember that we his esteem of Mr. Tolbert since he ious basketball team an expressionof ? trycuts this -week. \
helped elect them when the cake and trade himself scarce immediately after appreciation by a rising vote of y
debating team is school
Join a organIzation r
pour fellow students at the t candy arrives. All Putnam county the meeting closed and was not thanks. Capt. White responded with! J of much importance and"th ='-

ethodist Baraca Class on Sanday I club members see Mr. H. M. Braddock initiated. Let us show Mr. Tolbert words of compliment for old faiUlwtl.competition win no doubt be keen and

'orntngs.... room 46, Buckman, and give him that we appreciate him. Buck Carlton ard expressed the spirited.
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I FLORIDA SOCCER IMAT AND GLOVE the quality cigarette :


we put the utmost quality into this
Camels are as good as it's possible <

t skill and lifelong knowledge of
t Boxing and wrestling classes un- for money
Mounts and Ilaa Outstanding
Stars for University Outfit. der Sergeant. Koop are now underway fine tobaccos to make a cigarette.
L every Monday afternoon at iffiicfclock.
Game Hard Thruout.Played and-Interesting I Great interest has been Nothing is too good for Camels. And bear this

sf .shown in. then manly sports, fory '
F mind! Everything done to make Camels the
men turning out for boxing, ant
On Saturday last, January 7, the I
f I about half that number for wrestling.: best cigarette it's possible to buy. Nothing is done
} University soccer football team defeated
I Sergeant Kopp is able
a very n-
j Live Oak by a score of 3 to 1, simply for show.
i structor, and ore: would go far to J :
!?! I deciding the tie made list Thanksgiving '
f day between the two teams. I II find a better man for his posititn. Take the Camel package for instance. It's the
:Men who take lessons from him get
I Live Oak mad her point in the first: I '
I their information first-hand from science can devise to
I most perfect packing proEND
1 i rit:ute of play and Florida su ce ll'd
one who knows his busln:s3.I. 4
f7 pushing: te: pigskin across the Incentive for the athletes in thi3line tect cigarettes and keep them fresh. Heavy paper

: I jroal three limes before the end of .I.I is furrished: by the boxing and eIOARCTTES -secure foil wrapping-revenue stamp to seal
the first half. Subsequently! both
i wrestling tournament which will beheld
t goals were approached repeatedlly I in the middle cf February I the fold and make the package air-tight. But

But without success. about it. You'll find no
there's nothing flashy
J The called
game was at 2:30, Live
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J + NOTICE TO TRACK MEN extra wrappers.
i .tarted off with a rush, the Gators
foued in the confusion, and SivnTsde If The manager of the track& the smoke
+ team requests that all men who + Such things do not improve any more
t: a goal for Live Oak on a free
I I kick before the stop watch had ticked' fr intend trying out for the track + than premiums or coupons. And remember-you

oat full minute. + team, should hand their names, +
a" The next goal
I their extra cost or get lowered quality.
+ the events
they intend pay
going out *
by Florida was nearly as rapid, and .

"I 1 was engineered chiefly by Hua, who + for, and their records in said + ,. y If you want the smoothest, mellowest, mildest
;{: 1 srnt the ball clean: thru the gcalnrm's i + events to Arthur N. Sollee, No. + I v

\ ;; J legs in a frei kick. In the next few I + 11, Buckman HalL + cigarette you can imagine-and one entirely free

r I minutes the ball hovered tantalising-1 + + + + + + + + I from cigaretty aftertaste, '
1 I. IV around Florida's goal while! HUA !I
I and Mounts distinguished: themselvesby OUTLOOK FOR '22 TRACK TEAM
f It's Camels for
their good playing. Immediatelyafter

,f .. a free kick by Live Oak, Mounts The prospects are very bright and
t I made Florida's second point. Following I encouraging for the 1922 track team.

.__ .. this the ball waltzed about the That we should have a most excellent

I field promiscuously and refused t::: season is evinced by the fact that

be led: thru either goal. Davis sustained there are a good many point winners -

} slight injuries durisg:: the ] of last year's state track meet

? period, but continued Jhe game wits who are now attending the Univer

good work. A col'ision also occurred sity. We also have some good ma-

I between Martel (Florida) and Sivia terial from last year.

'I'I t (Live ,Oak) which completely winded In the weights especially is Florida

the latter far a tim!. Shortly after well fortified. From the 100 yard I

Mounts made the third goal for dash up to the 2 mils run, it will be

I : Florida. In the last minutes of the I well represented. However, there
I seems to be a greater need for more
I first half our goal was REYN'OLDS
R. J.
TOBACCO COMPANY, Wiiuton-Salem, N. C. I
I : ; seriously, but was ably defended by I hurdle men, high jumpers and: pole '
,! vaulters than
i Dapont and Scotten. anything else. I 1 i
I t' The Second half was hard fought, The question of just who will

tut no further :points were made o.L =.I coach the team has not yet been -- -- -=--
L fully decided, although Captain Soljcc .1: + + + + + + ,
either side. Both teams demonstrated :- I 4F + + The Seminole staff is PICTUES '
hard at work BATTALION
t marked ability in employing headwork j is certain that this matter will be +' +
i 1 getting pictures in shape for the 'I
annuaL -
to good advantage. Near the j j i very ably taken care of by the very .z.zi ''f NOTICE! JUDGING TEAM + They are < the E. ftl(
best t planning to put out]I The pictures
i that can be secured for the
the half ? of Flodda
end of wa
C'egg I I task. + a bigger and: better publication tha"11 Battalion will be taken ; injured and had to be assisted off the I !a''f Tomorrow at 2:15 the picture ever before-and to I the Semi
j get it out on : January 17, for
j i The University has wealth: +]i of the *
I IJ' stock judging team will + time. The last they do I to ball eut :
cannot is expected
field.This unless
material which only needs the de- erybody,
; game decides the tie which "5be taken for the annual. The + the student first classtion. *
t was made at the last game Thanksgiving ,veloping and training to bring:; oct I place is in front of the Ag. + in the work. It body is backs them up : equipment in
I everybody's book .
1 the best results. As the trainingwill e!h
Day at Live, Oak. Captain Building. All members be out. + and
I I everybody must do his
{ be under the direction able + part,
"Villacres participated in that event JIsttel'imorrow.
i I. I + which is
i in meet
coaches there is" comparisonto The Gators
no :reason why Flor-I .
: but on account of the death of a should make + + + + + + + + + that cf the staff members. Every man bade JgU
; j jtda not ft wonderful
unable to -
sister Was play Saturday.
I', !I record this year, if only the men will - -=- ,.
Soccer is a new game at Florila. I't' come out and work. Last the ........... .
: It is said: to be one of the mcst year
I streruous in athletics and is well I j track team was somewhat handi- '.

: mixed with danger for the man oft ..1,cape \ tender shins or chin. but this year no such handicap wi ,

y : The line-up was as follows: I appear.
Florida Live Track is among the major sports Pennants
.. I and, like football and the other Banners ... .
i Hua R. Wing A. AirthClegs I .
I : i Inside R. Forward G. AirthI spofrts, it should receive the enthusiastic 0. ,

I Buckley Center Forward Wettstien support and hearty cooperation o"
of loyal Gator, all toward t
1 Mounts L. Wing McNeill every working Pillows
t the and best
i' biggest season
.Davis Inside L. Forward Wadsworth '
Martel R. Half Back McCulleraAlexander
I C n. Half Back Siva: I i

Fletcher L. Half Back .Payne, Just

,t I" .Weaver R. Full Back Cannon: J. S. BODIFORD. received a new shipment of all-wool Felt Goods, and ;,

; L. Full Back Richardson ;,
Scotten Goal Tender Fielding: j I and we invite you to call in and see them. S fX'-''

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+ + + + + + + + + + : Phone 32 a


Pictures of the Tennis Club 4! 4II __ "" -

+ for the Seminole' will be taken f II i I .MILLER'S .
Pvery thing i Electrical j
E' on the courts tomorrow at 1:45 > '

fi sharp. Every member is expected I JOS. J. SEYKORAr 1

4. to be there in proper outt' # | I v.
fit. + Phone 107 Gainesville ,Fla. i A AL .

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New Line of University Jewelry and Stationery' TUESDAY NIGHT :4> Victrolas: and Records: .. : !
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Large Assortment of Pennants,Freshman Caps

.' Memory Books, Etc. Plans for Organization Discussed .* 0I. .

by Leaders Representing D. R. Cox, Proprietor : : : Telephone 8G
Everything For
the Student All Men on Campus.
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: ; C. A. cabinet and leaders -
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.a annual banquet in the j' -
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r DROP IN Much good food was consumed and, I Weaver's Steam Laundry'
I i many good ideas exchanged.The f it

OTTO F STOCK t meeting was led by Jim Mer- FOR 'I
rin, the .president of the "Y" cab-I
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I fret, After the blessing had b :2f t
I J TAILOR en ... ..... .... ....
I I asked, he opened the evening's discussion -. ------ -

by outlining the subject at "
?t Alteration Cleaning Pressing'' hand, namely, organization. He
i i showed the need of some form of GAINESVILLE PLANING AND COFFIN CO.
Phone 354'; Gainesville t Tcranization the students,
I Florida among ,
tI whereby the University might be Flooring, Ceiling Siding, Finish, Complete House Bills.

4 ....... .... -. CD. -.a _I more closely bound together. The Daily Capacity 25,000 Feet. Gainesville, Fla.

............ O.... ......... plan The as election outlined. in is this every: ..section of

AMERICAN SHOE REPAIR COMPANY the ,dormitories in every boardinghouse I J -j ,
every fraternity house, -of j SEE KESSLER
a leader, who is to look after th$ t ,

I J AD SHINE PARLOR J: men in his section in various wavs. For all kinds of Hauling and Moving. In case you need wood

; Gecrge Stznley, the vice president, 1 II *
j; Louis Eliades, Proprietor 4 spoke next en a particular phase '?f t CALL NUMBER 9 ,J
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. the leader's duties, namely, Bible: - - --
: 115 W. MAIN\ STREET, N. PHONE 139 t I study. There would be a get-together !

meeting of the section at stated intervals wraffifiHBiHraffiyraffi $ ....
N. D. Cooper, ,Agent; Room 13, Bnckman : I, when the fe'lows wuld put 1

......... .... + +.. I their minds on the same subject and DORAN'S BICYCLE SHOP | ,.
J.!.. -... ..-- --- -...'.w --. -- --- --- --.,-.. '"""-------- -::- 1 their spirits on the same ideal. He I !p East Main Street'|
f\ I spoke of man's threefold nature,I II' H BICYCLES, ACCESSORIES AND REPAIRS W
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j exemplified by the "Y" Trians'f!
Ji i 'rhvs'"sl. *1J -ifnal.. lfi $ $
J mp and ST> Snr l'r !
: The Gainesville Cafeteria t .the University: leaves little to be '

J desired on the first two particulars, j' "
i ACROSS FROM A. C. L. DEPOT i| i!but the third should not be ove"'lrok-I
ed. As rule, We clean and block old Hats all i
a general
i it your new styled
i The best place to eat after all. Our prices are as reasonable I Ii j
. I j ed more_ .or less.jto! take care of it-i{ anlshapes. See.CLYATT TAYLOR, No. 42 Buck
i as you find: The flavor that "mother's" cooking has. \ self, and a very 'questionable job it I If' | man.
makes of it. This Bible study !! .
| would supply the necessary thud I I:
i $5.00 MEAL TICKETS FOR $3.90 | element in the building.of a per- :'7- ; :

i feet man. !!. CHESNUT'S iID-AA O ----t I ,
.. ----- "'-'-- --- :-- """' "':;::":.'::: 3 Mr. Richbourg next hov ;
if : spoke :
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" _._ _4Dt ": this idea had already been tried in j SOUTH SIDE SQUARE
1 t' Electric Shoe Repair Department Work Guaranteed -t,
D-seb n, Thomas, last year. He ,
SERVE courteously ::was very enthusiastic over the ir- t SIIOE SHINE PARLORJOHNSON'S ', :
! you j
j suits, both in actual: knowledge __.I :
t : : gained "" "' ''''4I '''- I'
j and spiritual benefit: derived: and j
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SAVE you money on your purchases f I in the fellowship promoted amon I
I i (
I the .
men. -
Drugs, Medicines, Stationery, Toilet and Rubber Goods j jWe ;1
,f P-ary Dickson, assistant secretary, ;
. SATISFY your most exacting demands.THAT'S I spoke of the responsibilities both of j t guarantee personal attention to Prescriptions. Only.)' J

r the men present and of these why i ij t purest drugs used. Low. prices. 'Quality considered.. ;:1 j, IIj
j w-uld 't'be elected!: ss leaders cf the various :j Gainesville, Florida.
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, OUR SLOGAN FOR 1922 groups. I- ----- -
| The last regular speech of the -
f |evenTnsr! was bv Mr. WMte. He .lcvelored J.
L f fI t and elucidated the organiziI -I '
I I I tion Tiroposed. One of its irain uses 'fI THE FLORIDA NATIONAL E (
Q would! be in the matter of announ-

I BURNETT THE CLOTHIER I I;.ments. Whereas now t''s is done in "The<<'New Million Dollar Bank" Resources Over $x.50.: .009 1

a rather uncertain fashion by pesters -
t which .may cr may not be re ft. I ---u 9 -r
I- '- -, !and by announcement in me's-r.\'l : KfEMHBffiHifiHiHra! !:!i: S! !f =n! 9
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---. and chapel, where aTl of the student
FCan iq TInvPr'1: "9J""- ".-o n<) r x THE PHIFER STATE BANK: |
HUTTO AND SCHOENBORN system :t could be easily, quickly and t
Tampa Florida ; Strong Safe and Accommodating Swf&ttm
I I thoroughly dore through the grou >- ; ..
ICE CREAM, LUNCH AND CIGARS 1w'f'?R''s. Another :function' of the : L.C y;
508 Franklin Street leaders. ,which he explained, is thematfpr ; \ } !fiYifiF., Yi !w: !F.S;! !fifi! $$!iiYifd
.f Ire-n'! f-s"'c: ,1 f; .t -
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so that they may be located quicklyin
case of enier ency. The leadc' ; : Popular Goods at Popular I Prices atBURKHIM'S

would:: keep the Y. M. C. A. office informd i I II
About Going to Sunday
: as to students changing residence. i l
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School? Why Not Come Out? After a few voluntary speeches ini' I 1 i
which the general 1 spirit of the even- j ## G
ins rePertei, Mr. White "
The Baraca Class of the Baptist Church needs:: you Sunday nouTtd that Diekron would lead an-I II GREENBERG'S QUALITY STOREA .on.

at Prof. is "live wire." Everybody meeting Wednesday night, after j' Complete Line of Gents' Furnishings i I;
morning 9:45. Rogers a ,which' the men would return ho'ae!1'1 .
!: and e'ect group leaders. He also |j I Our Prices Will Suit You ; !..j
invited to attend. :announce trat various members of i I II SOUTH SIDE SQUARE- lit rM
:the faculty hd! been secured to leaf I|L-
n w the devotional services up t> Feb.|,. .
,: 27. In the order of time they ::" SEE ,!Dr. Roemer. Judge Cockrell, Dr. En- {ifi Now that the holidays are over and by chance you may -

Vidal Drug Company i i wa l. Dr. Bris. *ol. i I II have a watch out of order or-a few pieces of jewelry that : _--

i I The benediction was given bv H. need repairing, TRY US! .
Johnson aril the: men filed out, i I

CANDIES., SOUVENIR CARDS, WATERMAN PENS STMTeto the work ahead, and determined i L. C. SMITH. Jewelerf .Jo J
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I .. I .... -. ... -- -tr I DR. CHAPMAN: RETURNS TO UNIVERSITY -} + + + + + + 1 STUDENTS, ATTENTION for the first page and $10 for !.
.. additional
-- + page used
f HOLUN- for
I -- from the Seminole otherwise. t
last warning
.j ., I t+ DRAKE + As a
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Due to the
F .t- -, \\ Dr. James Madison Chapman affectionately -!| + The older students of the University + staff, have your pictures made illness of the

J 'I ,'. 1 known to many students +i of Florida are greatygrie"ed + and turn them in at once to the proper manager of the Seminole Boh
t learn of the sudden + will have charge of that
of the. University, by his recitation of : + to I. parties. dep
r .:
I 'THE STYLES I I. the poem of that name,,as the **Moo- ; + death of Seth W. Hollinrake, a + for possibly the next four '\reeQ.
t .- ," } CowMoohas arrived and is nea-ly I + member of the class of 1920. + 1 II Each class, club fraternity can be reached at the CofegcOhq 4

I for business." Dr. Chapman is professor i + Seth was a brilliant student + I ciety should appoint one of their Jlum-I or at the Kappa Alpha FraterJq

k;i f r AtJBAJLETPS 1 : I of Public Speaking and Ex-; + and established a splendid recto + I i her to collect these pictures. Card- : house, and all those desiring
i { pression this being his twelfth year ''i ord at the University. He ma- + I I j boards will be furnished by G. A.i I Ii information relative to

) .,! f" .. I with.. he! University. ,!I + jored in political science and: ceoj + !i Win cld for the purpose of arranging Ji Jii business are requested to see h

I f J{ r t I Dr. Chapman's home is in New I j'j + noraics.: His record earned him + j}i said, pictures.: After the pictures are On turning in your pictures !t'

f. I. Hampshire, where he spends the summer i j'i + the :much coveted recognition of + I I arranged ia the desired manner, turn : the amount of space wanted aM. '
I ;
t I and fall months. He has been I j'' + the Phi Kappa Phi honorary I i them into M. F. Bunnell wen will possible, arrange for this space II
I. ) i + election, to which is + once with the business
engaging in platform work in his j' fraternity send them direct to the engraver. maaag
I I Emanate from a :careful:: | own State, and also in Maine an-ll{j '+ dependent upon scholastic abflfity. + 'I All pictures should and must be in

l 1 f survey of college h styles t j Massachusetts. He is an exceedingly {E litHe + : by the 21st of this month. If you Everybody is congratulatin' .
throughout the country capable director and has produced t had a host of friends and + I .
j want your picture in, get busy. I Cates now, but who is goin to
( AV I several amateur plays successfully I + his death was a great shock. + *'
If' I The price: assessed will be $12.03 ;},sole us if he takes her away
I -SU\TS; *." _'b during the past few months. Dr. L| + After graduation he had gone to + I .:
I Chapman arrived in Florida a short 1 4 Jeanette-., and was connected -----.'

:"' t tOYERCO.'lS J 1 j& t time before the holidays; he spent + there with the Pennsylvania HUTTO AND SSHOENBORN
11 Christmas in Glen St. Marys and took + Rubber Company in a responsible +
j !f RAINCOATS 'f; -:" t up his work at the University with I position. A case.of pneumonia + I II Tampa, Florida

: f .: t its re-opening following the Christ-i + was contracted, and a relapse + ICE CREAM, LUNCH AND CIGARS
-HATS and CAPS ,' I mas recess. ,j + resulted in his death. + 508 Franklin Street
\ I
--.1 I I Dr. Chapman has had many years Seth was a member of the + I _
SHIRTS .--:;-:& of experience in his line of work and i j j Xu Sigma Club of the University +

: he is well qualified to train the ambitious j + of Florida (now the Epsi- + J WHY GO FURTHER THAN i
f ,
-UNDERWEAR- -:t''t:"''iI t young Ciceros who. desire his !I j + Ion Zeta Chapter of the Sigma *

I f! I : t I assistance. He has a host of friends j j Nu Fraternity), but left the + SPECTOR'SDELICATESSEN
I t -HOSIERY., ",- --'>.-'- I In the University, and in the city. II |j University before the installation +

J) t f t I Ij. b&ng'well liked by all who come in : of the local chapter of the + AND LUNCH ROOM
,\ contact with him. His + national society. He +
j. 1j. : hours of instruction was one "
I 719 W. University Ave.
Opp. Weaver'sFOR
; t I I are rapidly! filling, so any of the charter members of the + Laundry
student who desires to take his + Florida chapter. +
i Best Values in the State course in public. speaking should see IHis funeral was held at 3:30 + Meals, Sandwiches, Drinks, Pies, Etc,. *:?
I + OPEN FROM 7 A. M. TO 10 P. M. .
f him at once. Wednesday afternoon. Six of his + -
I I On Wednesday, llth at 7:30 p. m. I old associates in the fraternity + Saturdays to midnight AH Day Sunday

\ t I't : in Peabody Hall, Dr. Chapman gave .v acted as pallbearers. The set'Tke. + STOP ON YOUR WAY TO THE UNIVERSITY
I 1 J the short coarse men, and all others ,was brief and simple, but + t
BAILEY -,*. who I + touching.: Crowds .. .. -- .. ... ... .
i were interested, a short butbeeial of his friends + I
I Ii I talk en the general subject + were present, including many +

t The Clothier I I of "Health** followed by a humorous University professors town associates + I Bedding:, Pillow Cases,
recitation in which he was supported + and friends of the f am- +
I f Franklin st., cor Twiggs: b I I by Gorge Stanley. The entertainment + fly and his fraternity brothers. + t Sheets, Blankets

!. I TAMPA FLORIDA\. !! was keenly enjoyed. His death ended what his *
t friends had predicted as a brilliant + t


I. BY MASQUERADERS -. years old at the time of gradu. + I MADE TO SPECIAL. ORDER

'. t STAGED LAST WEEK 4atlon two years .,sage and his + t i :
f I marked ability would undoubtedly + I We
e I Keep Everything: for Your RoomGAINESVILLE.FLORiQA
-t ... -- -. -;. --. II (Continued from Page One) + have won him greater ree- + ,
II. I he had killed Blasco. On this 513'*- + ognftion if death had not so untimely + t ,

I. FARMERS SHORT COURSE I Ii !went:, Delores, in a towerisg rare, .> cut short his career. + I .
killed him. In order to free nis + He left a father and mother +

I Tie Fanners Short Course which daughter of the murder, Juan temi + and; two brothers, ore of whom, + I I -
las been offered ia the Agricultural lied it was accident that killed. ..,,i + Allen HoUinrake* is a junior at + t Service 7YrJ

BaiHding since January 3rd came to and seeing greater opportunities ia + the University of Florida at the + -

I :a. doss Friday afternron, Jan. 13ta.Lectnres the union of Dokres and Julio, consented + present time. + ,!I I
and demonstrations were J. to their marriage.At + + + + 4444 1
peen of this point the play ends, bringing l ... .
on a variety subjects. SOTS:! - -
_ I : *f which wee: Citrus: Culture and i., everything to a delightful-close.
'sling it aroLRats
Vegetable Growing; Agriculture ani Among the players hoHisg sacr
Animal Husbardry; and Poultry !*of the 1e3.d.ingare: Batty t tC. G. H- Bee, J. )L Pearce, W. SPORTING GOODS

tJIXer these general keaia were dis" !"Swanson, playing the part of Dele-res; I Warren, and L. O. Stephen were Football Baseh21J
cussed the more detailed branches. Bill Bivens acting as Juan; MeHecryJoces I tie main figures on tte program. A
the 1'011. I committee cf five members Hardware of all Kinds
The whole Short Course so complete paying cf Denaa appointed 'i
t and inclusive that nearly every i j Marie; and Robert Little. a tiag tae before the ntrraber of contestants :
i point that had to da a t., y "rieaitas !fpart of Basco. Players UTe been ;I was generally known experienced See Us 1'

i:1 Flo.i was touched upon. |t picked to fill the other re e>, bet as i great difficulty in taming j. JLj THE THOMAS COMPANY J
I The Course was attended by both I,it Ls only an impromptu caste in-J !j Pearce and L O. Stephens as the :
men and women from several states.;;it is necessary to wait for_ the Jr-j successful eat with W. C. Phone 22
I fi Mr. Hibson, a Cornell graduate and :'raanent caste to be picked ber..-e 5 Warren; alternate.. !, WEST SIDE OF SQUARE

i Hr. McKnlght. a Peat State Alum-,giving a complete list. | As the next nusiber, four men entered I .... .
I i ice: tawk great ;interest In the lectares. -| Next Saturday thevseeond re -J-{ pictures of young ladies as WI - - -- AI'"

f r : j I!al will be held and the play started jcanffidatfs for sponsor of Farr Lit.,j I.

There were severaT Home Demon-j towards its goal. cf completion. or rather three men entered four 3e

titration: Agents and County Agents ,candidates President W. -T> tr;,-_I::1 TfE'GATQR CAFETERIA
taking the Ccurse in order to better]| FARR LITERARY...SOCIETY-- E!behavin like a good Mormon- rot

J' fit themselves far their work whkh' / i beg able to choose between two .
rah for detailed knowledge of ; ex-
,near- cr.rls te spedceas
I | the main feature ; of the
oratory was phctograph-
IT every phase of life on the.farm.: ; ers art. Each I
I + l raaa:
the was
: of regular meeting of Fair required to II
n. poultry Coarse was the greatest
; Sire a little
| talk ia which
last he I
Literary Monday night. January extolled
I attraction for the agents since, asI' hs partiealar I .
9. The tryouts for the rat debating | caadi'ate's filler qraK.J -aIN
they said is
poultry raising rapidly ;
I' !team t were held immediately after J George Stanley excelled in this
beccniicg very popular over thss; ; QUARTERSEAST
: w. c. i
f Warrea
State and a mere extensive bowled. -i{. the reading of the minutes:: by the dose nzurlng him a
t RCond
., is demanded of the agents i:1' secretary. After an egg: Tab .
erfer that they cay answer the' Slips of paper bearing: the cases f firer,of Jaeksoarffle was HALFCOLLEGE
many inquiries on the poultry sub-!![:of the candidates were shuffled and ;i and George made anot1rr t -

; t I[drawn, the men speaking in the order i in waiea fce ccagratslated; ev- INN
em-.e I
Amory those who lectured, .ad in which their names were' drawn. 011 teir: eueIet

Bare dezaonstratwra were: Profs: The subject was "Eesolved, tbat f j tute.t CAFETERIA STYLE
After .
fors P. Ecgers, C. H. WuBircshty | Government ownership of the ra3- aa aasssaeeraeat: that eecf L .. .'
E. 1*. Lord J. E. Turlington. W. Li|reads of the United States would Be'beneficial I i tip cfcers '. --1 be lied at the ,
Tht and A. L. Shealy Htss Ohm l'' to the farmers." Eight I meeting 1Ct i&nday rithSa. te f

Ar.n County home demonstration!1aimdes were aBewed each rase, and meeting ws dJotrlli -

wad Dr. Buckley of tie U. aHest. J fer' a -* & boar Congress had DDt -

of Aaricsltnre.K ,. : g-c: ,err Lit. In fact even a Seaar : SHORT ORDERS AT ALL HOURS
EnnHJb tke
: re"lodirt -
:' weu,1 turned as green as .
Fadatcr' airrrtiKrs. I CJau. Cc=c and tear t .
c-- craters, jet fc> tear tic:. ,
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