The Florida alligator
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028291/00347
 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: February 3, 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
notis - AEU8328
lccn - sn 96027439
System ID: UF00028291:00347
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Preceded by: Orange and blue
Succeeded by: Independent Florida alligator

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BY 451016 Monday -afternoon, track I .
-, practice began with a bang. About ; CAMP BENNING 45-13 ,

40 aspirants for track honors r
Unable to Check the On- -

"Ka sfaights of Florida Cage, ,Ma- and Atkinson the call who of Captains have Ryder Dr, Murphree Was Toastmaster. HAROLD PROCTORRENDERS Byrd and Newton Show Good '

dj e. Capt Byrd starred on charge of all track work of complete the University. Faculty Members and Experi- Defensive Ability Against Al-

Defensive and ''Moss Showed f ment Station Staff Were Present .:bany-Camp Benning Gets
A D E--
Shooting Eye. .
Good Only light
work will be done during Partial Revenge for Football

I : On'Saturday, January 20, f in one of the next two weeks and then distinguished Defeat. .
the A number of'- visitors LIGHTFULPROGR'M 1
men will be
e fastest,and hardest games of any separated into to- the

r fid played at the University this squads according to the judgment of University :were'entertained Albany Ga., Jan.
the coaches. at a banquet Jield in the Commons on 3Q.-In one
( ,_JIIIOD. Florida decisively defeated The Monday evening Dr. Murphree Second Number In Lyceum the best games of basket ball ever
1" track itself is fast rounding pre-
of to 16, mak-
by a score played the local floor the
;I sided as toastmaster. Albany
into About 65
shape under the watchful Course Pleased Large Audi-
.the second successful step to- eyes ,
Y M. C. A. defeated the University
members of the
! the championship of the state., of the Military Department.' The Staticn faculty and the Experiment ence of Student Body i in Gymnasium of Florida here tonight 27-17, The
straightaway is in excellent staff were present.
flsroughout the entire game Flor- shape -Last
'' The Friday. game was rough at times but never
now, and within week 1 two the 'guests included members of a
fcld an easy lead over the Jars.fe : a :or dirty. .
entire track will be in committee appointed by the National I
< seemed against Rollins .it al- just as flap Mr. Harold Procter and his
; sup- The Gators
jI j condition. I Research Council at Washington to are a big husky burx-h
I ,',Best t every angle. Florida, altho inspect the activities of the Unit porting artists Miss Mary E. Raes, and their excess of avoirdupois, nec-
pat her best did remarkably good Track practice will start every af- versity These .\ violinist, and Miss Margaret Everett,. essarily caused them to
men were: Dr. L. appear
ternoon at
4 o'clock until further
wrk. Her, team work, and afforded the student
' pianist,
-I pass- body a
R. than
notice and Jones, head of the department of they really were.
'fe, was especially noticable and tile every track man is expected plant'' very delightful evening last Friday Sumpter, the Auburn referee in-
pathology of the University of
!\ tut with which the Gators passed to report, to :Captain Ryder. with their musical accomplishments.After sisted that the tactics employed by
Wisconsin and chairman of the committee -
Withe abundance of
Nfce! sphere through the ring for 26 good ma- introducing his accompanists the Floridians were not fouls and
terial that is showing up coupled on biology and agriculture, of who had already won the heartof
gratifying the
;1 trns"was to Orange I refused to call many on them only
with the great training that will be the National Council of Research;
;.d:Bfoe supporters. the audience Mr. Procter, the two of the eigHt' being personal
given by the excellent coaches, Flor- Dr. S. L. Capen, director of the Am weIlkr.owntenor the
,i Captain' ,Byrd was the star of the : opened Ly- fouls. The first half of the game
ida should make a came: for her- erican Council of Education; Dr. ceum program by rendering the for '
twain?, breaking up play after play was very close, ending with Albany
itt peed and accuracy. More self throughout the country. and William H. Burns agriculturalistand lowing songs: "Be Thcu Faithful only one point ahead, but in the second

ttat .one old salt came (in direct, this can be done only through hearty sugar beet specialist of ,the U. S. Unto Death,'* "Queen of Sheeba," frame the midget players of the

<*iact with the bird to his sorrow, cooperation and faithful work of department of agriculture, and J. S. ; "Lend Me YOl1r. Aid" and "In An,, local; quintet passed the sphere with

M it 'was Moss/ remarkable shootthat every loyal Gator.FLORIDA'S. Carrot,- representative of the Potash Old-FashionedTown.!' The reach dazzling brilliarce under and over

i i iI ',%: i _gained the day 'and: rolLed Syndicate. Hen. C. R. N. Shepard,, and volume of the singer's, voice are the Giant invaders completely baffling -

I 1I p the score., He exceeded ,his Stet.; ,AID ASKED president 'of the ,Florida Educational surprisingly extensive., His enunciation them for a time and limiting

w',record of 21 points by two, and: 3d + +r ? S association land' ,superintendent. of ,is unusually clear t and 'his notes them to four points in the second

d but one: field goal. ,Duncan Volusia Xd'memer" exceedingly rich. section., Raschals and Malone played -
WORLD schools of county, -
,... \ ON PROBLEM Miss Mary E. Raes played several defensive
four- good shots; he :had"" a brilliant ball for Al-
\) Florida '
','" flf walking ar'to tbe l A. ; ,of.a'commttee'from'the: selections on the violin accompaniedby bany at guard positions in the last
% jaskpi, Jf.' :..; : .Educational .Association. were' also piano. The "Minuet" by' Beethoven
a4.topping it in. 'Gr y' took:"the. 'l)i't:..UhAersity! ; of Fk>rid :has half. The Gators resorted to natty
honored guests. Dr. H, W. Chase, struck the audi-
$* of Newton and played >ell. been asked ,affiliate itself"with: the: long shots, some of them for more 1
president of the University. of North enie A reverberating storm of -
*Renas starred for the Tars, and National ,Student Committee for the induced applause than half the distance of the court, t
*W to overcome the Gators' break- Limitation of Armaments,' This is Carolina; was unable to be present the charming' violinist but only one of these found the
1 because of missed railroad connec- I to Tender an encore. Not 'untilseveral .
fcfP basket. ,
system by Shots, the of
long ,some
a body, organized for purpose ', 1 extra pieces had been played( ,
I ,of! which were amazingly success-. gathering and unifying the opinionsof tiorts at 'Jacksonville. '*> however, did 'the' enthusiasm t>f' the Duncan and' Newton of the Gators' ,

M> He made 11 points for his college men all over the country, Dr.: Murphree' in his opening address University subside. 'were members};} of Coach .Klin 's football -
tint Biehl was not quite up to on the subjects being discussed ,in expressed the appreciation by ,' eleven that made the best record
Following\ this, AIr; Procter again
8pe. Coach Schlichter had, on the the Armament Conference: now" ,going the University: of the 'fivelege 'ofbeing last faIt ever hung up by a Florida

'bale, a good team w.ho believed. in! on in Washington.The able to entertain such a distinguished favored the audience'with such ar-" pigskin crew., Newton and Captain
food sportsmanship. '\: i details of the plan are as company of visitors HeContinued i j songs ."as "Trumpeter Irish, Byrd, the other guards; played won-
"Friend 0' Mine, "The Little
: Between halves, the dience was' follows: ( on page eight) Girl;' and "Old Docter MtGin." i derfully, on the'defensive for the

amused by a girls'. basket ball game 1. Distribution of posters'on the Floridians, their great height enabling -

,between Gainesville and Ocala High causes of, war to be displayed, on. _'_ 4II .- 'I The superb quality of his voice them to leap into the air and

fcfeools. The contrast Between the the campus. '- I NEWS BRIEFS f Coupled 'with an emotional appeal snatch passes just a? Newton prob-
t two resolutions givingthe : touched the heart-strings of very ably snatched them the receiving
of 1 on
games was 2. Passing t
remarked by i and
many. Gators lose to Albany Y
listner. The song, "Young Tom
The line-up student body's stand on the sub t end of forward passes. 'A t
Rend i Limitation Armaments: Camp: ,Denning in first games t I i Devon" by Russel, which Mr. Procter -
G FG, F ject of of road trip. for the Line-up. .
Moss, forward._?_.--..--_ 871 3. A series of articles to run in Track practice begins under t!I sang especially and young Florida Albany
/ men, caused mach laughter en"I
)rnIer, forward _.____'_ 302 I the weekly paper. (These are op i coaching of Capt. Rider and I I I joyment to all. Moss '. Smith-

man, center ______ 402 I tional.} ) 1 1I Atkinson. t t I Forward
--- I Capt. '
.Ind, ,guard ......_......_____ 103 A ten cent per man assessment: Harold Procter heard in splendid t II IIt I The attractive pianist :Miss Mar- Miller Hardy

GrtT, forward ....,_?..__ 002' .I will be made. on any college participating t concert. !garet Everett", played a solo entitled t Forward< < *

Cotter, forward _____..., ,201 to pay organization expenses : New course to be offered in So- t !''"Ponchinelle by Rachmanioff. Her Duncan. t Pryse
deft the
distribution of i t fingers which tapped keys
bnmby' forward ....______ 000 for printing vial Science department. t Center : ,
i the with incredible dexter- .
of piano '
,ftornpson, forward __._.._ 0 ,0 0 literature, etc. t victim for Byrd ,- Rachel
,Rollins -
nn will i proves I|!ity, produced a marvelous effect. ,
of college men .
The opinions IA. t Guard
ttzter ...... 0-00 I Florida cagers. I '.
fit! tremendous influence on the t j: Mr.; Procter's next songs werehipling's Newton T < Malone
IH of I It i
guard 1 0.xl E. to be here soon.
.' United States Senate when they 1 A. secretar t "Mother ,0' Mine," "On -.. Guard '
1L.D7 hard ...... ..__- 0 02, t Budget, committee holds regular "
decisions of the :thE .Mandalay, and "Rollin'Down
a, a come to act on the meeting. I I !Jtoad to Potter, Thompson and Gray sub

1f forward _' 433 conference-indeed, ,this influence t Inter-fraternity games post- i to Rio." stituted for Florida. Fouls ,Hardee
I' forward ..._ Oil- may be the determining factor. t poned. II t I The violinist very appropriately three' out pf eight;; Moss; one"out of
lkert. Florida has not yet taken actionon played I "A Serenade" by Shubert for
'" center _. ._ 101 Volley ball will be next on hedt t three. ''._
T. try. guard 1 ti. this most important matter, but t the University men. The appearancof
000, In the with
ule. Benningon
soon. game Camp
.uendJey, ...,. i...... ,.. it will probably be heard from I Iof t the audience betrayed the fact
and .- ;- .__ 102 t Dr. Rogers arrives to take chair Tuesday Florida was beaten by a >

hbn er, forward .....__....... *'0' 0 1 biology. I that she brought: back tender memories score of 45 to 13. %"
referee. has been duly hondred of window in the soft
> The Alligator I an open
Barchan of Georgia. I Dickson delivered )lecture to High
Timekeeper by the Rotary Club of Tampa in I twilight. The music seemed to rise '-
: Richbourg of Fla. Ysboys ill Orlando.
Time of halves: 20 minutes. receiving an invitation from, them for t Distinguished men inpsect I and fall at her will until it gradually If she didn't have her hair bobbed. ,
UniI I
Ii the editor-in-chief to attend the an- t versity. died away into a hushed breath._ .1 If' she didn't daub with paint,

:Dr.? Manchester I -breakfast held in that city t She followed, the solo with "P r : ,'If she had her dresses made to
has the nual
promised press Delta Rho chapter: house nearing >
i Diversity a swimming team this during the South Florida Fair. The t completion. I petual Motion," which incited rip->1' reach .

'*** and the leading newspapers t pie of motion to 'circle arou1d.the. Tq where the dresses ain't, { -
has all
already arranged for a editors of t Canvas being made of Americ- '.
d there to discuss, I audience. Ie'zhe didn't have that baby "voice
schedule. will
Last year a team wasted in the State can colleges on disarmament t *
along the journal ,t In conclusion to this excellent And spoke just as she should; _=
and matters
good exhibitions of that different attitude.
I Iof number Mr. Procter "An Don't think she'd be as "popu : y
:1 L Were demonstrated. All who are tic line. The staff feels sure that t Tag day to be....}field for benefit sang extended lar"you? v
which -
Evening Songrin
*rested see him at once so he tan; ,Pete" .Harris, .. ._. will_ rise, to v the- 'occasion.It'.:., a F.-S. ,,. C. summer'camp.- +..a hearty goodnight. ; aTissad r' ,but true, she would (not). ;
Just this
g10 how f honor to paper. -
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*' + + + + + + + + + + + + PEABODY CLUB NOTES l l'I'be [DELTA RHO'S)? WILL
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CLUBS + Semi-annual installation of .
officers ,took place on Monday even; OPEN
F + + + + + +, + + + + + + ing, January 16, 1022. The following Basement Language Hall .

,W. G.' WELLS ,ADDRESSES AC officers.took the oath of office: FRAT HOME SOON
I : CLUB President, Mr. ,G. B. Simmons; vice- ." New Line of University Jewelry and Station!-,!,
c 1 ; -!; president, H. L. Tolbert; secretaryand ;, Large Assortment of Pennants, Freshman Cap!*

'i'I j The.Ag., Club meeting on Monday treasurer, A. L.. Work; reporter, The chapter house of the Delta Memory Books, Etc. j
If evening, Jan. 16, was featured by J. D. \vWheeler; and sergeantatarms Rho Fraternity, the newest additionto
'ty; II an address on "Plant Pathology Ellis... Moore. While Mr. the fraternity houses- of the Uni- Everything-For: the Student ,
I I ty "Willie Green" Wells of the Experiment Obrien, the retiring president, is to versity City, 'which has been under .' '_'0 J' .... 4.i'
n t t: Station staff, and election be critic for the ensuing term. construction since last October, will i ,.' 5, ,
i : : I of.club.officers for the third, quarter. Mr. Luper was taken in as a new be opened about February 15th. It
Ift t: f 1 i i ,? Mr. Wells told the dub that the member. He will receive a warmreceptiQn is located just a block from University -- --- -- -
on our next meeting.We Avenue, on Union and Ninth ,
;: J I study of plant diseases'under scientific 1 I I IN
4\; direction is a comparativelyrecent are pleased to know that Pea* streets. I ,DROP .
I ''n : development. The need ,for body Club will represented in the t" The house. is designed along, the
I }fi .such investigations is particularly debate with Louisiana State College Spanish style of architecture, being I t ono F STOCK :
': !: /elt! ;when a new disease: ,comes into by .Messrs. H. C. ,Johnson and. DIxon, about three times as long as wide, t .. -.
I a .'previously) uninfected area and who .won the honor to represent our but having no outside porch. Five TAILOR ,'
;r I works great' destruction on one of, University on the second Friday 'in arches give entrance to the house .
I; I Ir and onto a built-in tiled sun I ,. '
the principal crops. The-outbreak of }IanhWe' are sure that these open r w
r If i t a new disease of the tobacco plantr men will make a ,good showing for porch, known as the living porch. Alteration Cleaning PresiiGainesville
r,j }' the great tobacco growing section our University at that time. Each archway has a double French I -
E ,of northwest: Florida was cited Our next meeting .wilL be. held on !door._ Two small coat and hat closets- Phone 354 Florida
rc also built in, from the j'' > .; .
f-;! j : as an example. The tobacco growers Monday evening, January 31, 1922. are porch. .
!d _I: were unable to develop methodsto We anticipate a goodly number will The stairs are directly across the : .....=------------ -' ... -:

q I 1 t['j! ; ;! An control expert from so State the Experiment aid was called.Station meeting be present.will be The posted program on the for bulletin this- and sun on porch either from side the of the central stairs arch is a, .*$.......... .- +)***...+*Wt

I : ; was sent out and the Legisla- board in the hallway of Peabody small sleeping room. Each has a'

:1 ture appropriated $30,000 for the es-,,Hall and we hope that all will take/bathroom, and will accomodate twomen. AMERICAN SHOE REPAIR JOMPAh1;
; tablishment a sub-station Mad- Next to the small rooms at J
o at I j note of the same so that we may ,
(i !, ,ison, where investigations leading to ]I have an interesting meeting, as (j either end of the building is a large J|' AND SHINE PARLOR
'III.i the control of tobacco diseases are usual, after the new 'semester be- !!i sun-parlor or room, the one at the
fi .being conducted Mr. Webs also gins. |north end being the library, and the & Louis Eliades, Proprietor
I 111 1 showed! how the Plant Pathologist's I (lone at the south end the living rooD''!. '
J. D. Wheeler, Reporter. |
i t" study of Melanose, disease_ of citrus 1[!French doors open into these rooms. : 115 W. MAIN STREET, N. PHONE I 13i!
r causing rough fruit and stemIII' These doors may be thrown open i
Presbyterian C. E. wants to see : N. D.:-Cooper,Agent; Room 13, Buckman ,, :.
rot, had been\ of much benefit to the from the porch and the two rooms
Sunday evening at 6:30 o'clock.
I i citrus growers of the state. The you and porch used together for social j
II Do sleeping in the afternoon.
;: Club warmly applauded the speaker your I purposes. Both end rooms have fire-
!, I Come to Sunday school in the morning -
,J! of the evening. I!places and a triple window is set
\\ ;Election of officers for the third i in each side wall. 'PICKYOURWAY'TO .
.' ; quarter then proceeded. The following I The second floor is occupied by
t men were declared elected:' J FARR LITERARY ,SOICETY sleeping porches locker rooms, The Gainesville. Cafeteria
!! .President, Foster Chatham; 'vice-' i(shower room and a linen closet. The .
I president, Bill McBride; secretary Owing to the Stetson game Mon- shower room is in the center, with ACROSS FROM A. C. L. DEPOT 1
!: and treasurer, Jack Geiger; reporter, day night. January 16, the programof doors leading into both locker rooms. *
t (, Robert, Wray; and critic, Lance Farr Lit. was limited to the regu- These locker rooms, in turn, open The best place ,to eat after all. Our prices are as reasonable*!

1 Richbourg.,! lar semi-annual election of officers. nts the sleeping porches, giving two as you find. The flavor that "mother's" cooking lias. *
'. ln the business session following, Mr. Lee Ball was unanimously elect- locker rooms and two sleeping.
it*,was voted that each member putting ed president, to succeed Mr. Russell porches with the shower room be "ASK THE CtiLLEGE, 1\IAN-HE, .... KNOWS". i
a picture on the Ag. Club page King,who, in accordance with the tween. In the locker rooms are in $5.00 MEAL TICKETS- FOR
I i in. ;the Seminole pay a charge of custom ,of fan.Lit. retires to the of- dividual bureaus and wardrobes. $3.90't

fifty cents. Buck Carlton was elected fice of critic. Mr. King was also Provision has been made whereby the .Pft ;;"'Y -{.::: ;;.",, .s ,
to collect the money. elected vice-president and chairman dressing rooms may be heated by
.President Chatham appointed pf the program committee either electricity or gas. The bath- '
Walker, Wilson and Ames a committee Mr. Richard Sias was elected secre- room has an 80-gallon hot water UNIVERSITY MEN ALWAYS WELCOME AT
:; to proceed with arrangements tary-treasurer, and Mr. K. K. Hansenwas tank, with gas connection. A short
: for tryouts for the Georgia re-elected reporter. hall connects the dressing rooms MeDOWALL'S -J
I !I. debate. ',' J After a hotly contested election Mr. with the stairway and linen closet, <
,! ,ry'Ollowing adjournment of the V. M. Bradshaw was elected ser- which is large enough to ,accomodate ICE CREAM ; a ,'
: meeting the new officers were run geant-at-arms, and as his able assist- the linen, of all the men. The attic :
f through the well.known "belt line." ant, Mr. W. S. Middleton, was pres- will be used as a storage place. PARLOR '.i1
ented with the office of corporalatarms. The walls of the building are of -" :
,: hollow tile, the MAKE YOURSELVES AT HOME .
-I'" : triple ad-
I Although the time was running vantage of being warm in winter, Agency Hollingsworth's Unusual Candiesr 1:11::I
,J. S. BODIFORD short the new president made an excellent cool in summer, and fireproof. The

I I 'I' and speech, in which he broughtout building is finished in white stucco,
and the roof is of '
t green composition 1
I : COMPANYDruggists several good ideas, notably a suggestion shingles.The -
that Mr. Kjng receive two initiations -' HUTTO AND SCHOENBORN I
: Phone 32 !property is owned) by the
one for each office. This ?;
Tampa Florida
i } Delta Rho Chapter House Associa- .

; -- .... ... .. was without joyfully opposition received, and after and a passed short tion. The two lots together measure I ICE CREAM, LUNCH AND*CIGARS >:; :
initiation the 100x120 feet. The entire project of 508 Franklin Street =-t
.1' Every thing Elcetrkal I meeting was adjourned. financing, building, and furnishing 4 '__
is in the hands of a board of five ...-
., JOS. J. SEYKORA | Photographs. but differently made, directors, whose
I Phone 107 CainepTHle, Fla. I day or night, rain or shine with my | Stoutamire, Albert R. Caro, Dr. Wil- SEE'

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McGilJ UniVersity -
Canada, are distinguished t !

if.4ay!1 Herbert- Robinson in by around a piece the ankles of-ribbon: which is worn- .t Students. .!, ATT'ENT'ION'!'

,IHE MILLIONAIRE"ayBURGLAR "Goat" .. ..., __ .... .. .... .. .. .
\\j. Hale, the Mississippi Col- : J .... : -I iF1i' ism-< -w-.._: ;o. ; ..Ugg.'2i8. -!"" "..' -.:.. ..
lege football star and all-Southern
"i' PROOF" halfback, left an enviable football .. +
record ,. '
for the 1921 season. He ..
ffedaesday- scored twenty-three touchdowns and : ? .

j NIGHT IN HONOLULU fi kicked, making twenty-one a total goals of 159 from points touchdown >- We, take ,pleasure I in announcing that we will b':+';: I'

Umrsday Hughes in' I his credit. *;q t i: :\t sented at the University Messrs. W. M. Robi }son :

1J11'LE.EVE Gareth ASCENDS" BA University-of Illinois has,- t:. .' '',; : and G. J. Baya, who will be glad to take your orders ;
paper .
fridBy- recently started a campaign against t. for anything in the clothing line., After, your exams. >

"GREAT IMPERSONATION drinking. All dismissed violators frcm will the be uni immediately Z .'. we will have a representative down with a complete

: versity.. ." .. link of Spring models, and samples of Shirts, Trousers, .:
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."MYSTERIOUS RIDER" Short skirts, too much rouge and 4 .
..... extreme dress have been banishedat b will be made later. .
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the University of CalifoUniav .
When any. violator appears she is ,
apped; on the shoulder. This practiceis )
If known as "tapping." ,* :. i .

I The University of Mississippi sent i. : See. 'our representatives: W. M. ROBINSON: : K. A. .

Tesnis Football their football and basket ball teamsto .. .
1 House; G..J. BAYA, at Mrs. Ramsey. .:
i Havana during the holidays. Thisis -s- .
Baseball Basketball. cne of the first international .
If games ever played by a Southern ; -
College. .
QUALITY-SERVICE. \ Everything Men and Boys Wear .,- +
The Emory University Glee Club .
Baird Hardware Co. toured Florida last fall with great t't, t

success. The Glee Club is one of <. :.
the foremost organizations of Emory "'
4.. Univo..-dty and brings the school
much ,publicity. I '
4S'S ". HOE S' ?. Mercer University basket ball .. .
team recently defeated Georgia Tech '
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+ Jacksonville, Corner Bay and Laura
by a score of 28 to 26. The Mercer : :
team is considered as one of the
strongest contenders for the S. I. A. t 1
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0 Gainesville, 0 A, laurels this_ year. -

In response to the first call for .:
Ef. Florida E ... ..
track men at the University
t nearly' fifty men have ,
Georgia ...
8 HOE S .started training. On 'April 15 they II ;: '", .Ji;; ""' ,' i rt ,. )

f will meet the Clemson track team I
ff and in May will go to the S. I. A. 4. 11..i 1 .
t meet, which is to be held this year i :
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Don't Fail to See
NORAH I t There are over nine hundred I ,. .
"co-op" students at the Universityof .
I Art and Gift Shop Cincinnati, who are getting prac- "
I Pictures and Picture Frames tical working experience in factoriesand I Porter's Display
"'-- .-. shops, along with their school Jt. z 1., .
a work.
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I "You'll never get me at the
I again," she said as they watched it.I
THE REXALL STORE burn to the groiind.I .
Agents for ,

Liggetts Glflesville and Norris_ Candies Fla. I',BUDGET COMMITTEE- MEETING I I I COLLEGE INN--Feb. and 7th 4

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The Budget committee met Tues w. .
r i day night, the 31st. Those presentwere
DR. TENCH Roy B. Hoskins, Prof. Reed, I. In charge of "Robbie" Robinson, and "Duke" Baya. .
; Dentist W. Scott, John Sherman, L. C. Rich-
r Office Graham Building bourg, -an!'J. F. Merrin. Mr. Merrin
Office acted as chairman.The .
: Res. Phone:
, following bills were presentedand
i.oo.-, approved:
" A. J. Geiger, representing the Ag. '::". ;:.1C';" == '-;; ::: ---1Os : ""' "" ....:t- ,A. -i-
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1I Club presented a requisition from
J; W. o, the Ag. Club's allotment -
HORSEY & co. J the registrar for asked for the Y. M C. A.' allotment the proper statement from the regis- second semester. The decision reached .

Everything in Groceries I for; the Dr.minor Manchester sports and presentedbills gym- and also for the remainder of the trar should be presented.The 'will be published later. This must,

*For: Goodness Sake Drink f nasium funds Aleck White, business allotment due the Peabody Club; J. chief subject of discussion was of course, be voted on by the student
DORY'S ; presented ,,F. Merrin asked that the Farr Literary the amount to be paid by student body, and passed on by the board of
I of the Alligator
( be paid when entering at the beginning of the control.
Society's quota
, ._ G. S. Simmons;,
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*}= col- across the terminals inside an imperfectdcSsTamp. ;

I 1 i i bat pro-. This "leak" of electric-current, an cfetdc |t
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: | cow and lamp perfection was soon banished by removing most I

i+ i is e2ec- from the bulbs. *...
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; 'I! that effective will But the ghostly light and its mysterious disappmaa1.iR .

I ;! _appro- a high .vacuum remained unexplained! for yprs. .

: : \ ]; icstroe- Then J. J. Thomson established the dectron:td 1. ,

: 1 i' ., ihe transmission of electricity in ,a partial vac
J : College the blue light was undcrstoocL In a very high read

ad-- however the light .and apparently the cams&
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z the tories of the General Electric Company proved tfetlercnt
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tk Here was anew and definite phenomenon .
f further
CoIn; Tie1r research.

I : of stcdy: Immediately, scientists began a series cl df
J t! :for with far reaching practical results. Anewtype cl ..-"

i! -- tube known as the Coolidge tube; soon aRe ;
!{ to zaeet tus to the art of surgery. The :
geoeral foOowed in quick succession by the Dynatroa as! !

amber s-trun. nude wgg l long distance racBorevohitkwrred t 1 ;\

: fcreiga radio tekgraphy. And the ;pl

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I! teecat_ been forgotten. Yet there is hardly. rsaa; ;
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_.-f..:!:.' : '"t.\.::t-t: ; St-Augustine.;, Floridaon Feburary! !ts of monial.tield are: ,H. S. Stevens, M. to communicate w. with our dear feminine ,tas th'e howling of the wind thrwre' ;

eighth, at the home' of the "bride. I W. Carruth. and J.' ,W. Barr.. Those friend,,? Simple. little Hyacinth, pines, mixed with the dull," constant '

SOCIETY : Hugh left the University who answered the call- of business are simple. The conductors.of ,this col- cacophony of a boiler factory. Above i

few weeks ago. Se was a member only a .John Chesnut, a C. Lewis, M. W. umn have arranged with',the:: celebrated all rose an intermittent; thunder, rising

+ + Of the class of 22; the Then: Chi Martin, C. A. Mayes.. :, .R. D..Simmons, astronomer, astrologist, and out of the fierce and unprincipled dis-
tt: ,. Fraternity, the Serpent Ribbon' Society :Robert t Swanson and fromAnderson.as .'_ spiritualistic medium, Mr. 'P. J. '
EVENTS '. anff.thfc; "Pir ttes.! I; '*.JJt,O Pfennings, forced'tq leave Sweeney to .hold. a seance every week. first impulse was to,flee; ..to

COMING- *-$" on account of illness. The Afligator In.tbe.couSe.of. the seance, at which conceal herself from the-terrible1.un.

g._Theta Chi Fraternity BETA PI FRATERNITY ] extends fcj these men their best wishes only an Alligator reporter will be known. Had she known'tbat-berfirst:

'. BANQUET for a happy and successful future. present, (besides Mr. Sweeney and day would be like this; she .'Wouli

.. .::1 a-Alpfc Tau Omega Fra- ,.. the ghost of our dear departed), Mrs. never have accepted a position= 3*

T Daace.a) :The members of the Beta Pi'.Fraternity ',INTRODUCING MRS.. SOLOMON Solomon will discourse at some Language Hall. Now the sound*wered -

_Afternoon Dance Kappa held a banqUet' at 'Mrs.*'Ram. length upon the various characteristics \ and above it rose that same
.iy.. ;'-Vrr.! 5y' at eight< 'cJo After a great deal of argument the .
"Fraurn ( k Saturday night of women, and in particular she thunder. which now savored of an.

:ji-Zeta Beta Tau Fratern- last. The faculty 'members present.Alligator has secured the services of :will point out the several varieties of electric fan in a cyclone. It was too .,__ t

Nights.: .... were: Captain Atkinson; Auditor Solomon's seven hundredth wife, Mrs. ,vamps.. It is therefore with great much. Her overwrought mind cou4 '

... t-AMWan Kli e"Gr tin, Coach Kline, Dr*' Gertrude Solomon, as a counselor for !pleasure that we. announce our department stand the exhausting strain no long

... 17.-D 1ta] Rho Fraternity Sweet, and )fr:..Stone. The banquet certain_ ,students of this Universitywho I conducted by Mrs. Solomon er. She fainted. .-:.

table :was decorated in pink* and believe 'that they know all the to begin next week. When she had been brought around

light blue, the colors of the fraternity idiosyncrasies and'aggravated ,
examithe peculiarities the first words she heard were thes&t"I
.. to the, approaching life of' the Uni-- and ,a four-course dinner of women. Mrs. Solomonhas The aWful, weird noise rose and have absolutely no idea what's the

.- social quiet the last was thoroughly enjoyed by ati. The had:J wide experience in this line, fell,"'each'succeeding spasm worse matter with her; the only 'n iSe I
ns practically address of welcome was made ''by. having kept on good terms with six than the It :
of the 20thaia'a preceding one. was awful heard was the snoring of the 'rats in
I ',eeb. The' evening Captain Atkinson, the toastmaster} hundred and ninety-nine halfsistersfor I rribie. The little stenographer History I."
.ata '
f_ Club: entertained -\ -1 3xi3, tile response made John several centuries'. "
at their club house on.sity .i xwas by trembled in actual' terror as the sound .." ,,
s dance and the S : Sharply.' Others'making addresses} Of course, the Skeptical Cuss, who increased in volume. Fear grippedher Have your Razor Blades sharpened.

following avenue after the; 'bast. were sAoiiiior Graham, Coach Kline!.. 'always.knocks. holes in excellent, arguments heart; never before had she experienced at about one-third the cost of new
iiht! Drv, '
dance Sweet.:;Charles Morgan and Gil- by asking aimless and asi-. such an unnatural sensa blades. Swearingen, at Ideal Cafe
1 another script was .
I game It the same place. The visiting' bert Curtiss.. a- i.., nine questions, will ask how we are I tion. The clamor. increased. It was opposite Fire:Station. ".

Tallahassee I .... .
.. [ present from were DR. MURPHREE ON TRIP '. ; < .

Mary Reed of Bartow, and THROUGH SOUTH FL9RiDX' '.. "' .

;I Elizabeth Hammargren and_ .... ( .
,. of .Gainesville. The (
I.t1 "; Dr. 'Murphree. : Dean Newell, Po'
,f q .Ocala- were Misse's, :Jess Scott the' committed '
and appointedby
,Bullock, Sexton an) 'Woods. the National. Research 'Council to
the next week-end was marked by THE BON TON.
inspect the activities of the University .
i more such dances which were
left on "Wednesday for a '
by those present.
tly enjoyed
i 15-day trip through South Florida.

e- Inspection of the .southern branchesof
[the Pirates announce the folIo -

. i C pledges: Carl Duncan, Jack Hol-) : the! University' will. be' the business "Gainesville's Popular Place"

;ij Henry Fuller,. Bob Harris, Bill ol the trip ;;}
The members. of' the committee areS ,
F. H., Duncan.
, .e, and .
: L. Capen, Dr. Chase' Dr. L. R. '
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'6:1- [ Sam Lindalee was looking after Jones, Dr. William''HV Burns, andJ. Stationary; Cigars, Cigarettes arid Tobacco, Hot and Cold Drinks

kerests in Ocala last Sunday. S. Carrol. 'Mrs.. Jones and :Mrs. I .

Ronald Coe and Jim McGaVan ofIt Burns.' ..- ,also.......mkde. '-thes'tnp.=' .. ; .
Petersburg were'"visiting' friends The'party' started down' the East Agents for the Martha Washington and Johnston Candies ,. .

.. It t tHe University last weekend.j boast;and' will make,stops along the .... -...
tcT-'Miami. After this ..
Almost a Florida tradition, in the'ereon way : visiting .' .- : .-
..; of Bennfe! \ Willson, has late: ty, ".thfey will make xaT inland trip
;.i r transferred to Northwestern Uni to the. Everglades. return will ---

iIii sity, Evanston IllinoIs. 0 jt be up the West Coast. .
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Among those returning for the j.
t d semester are George 'Har3 :+. ,* *- * + : -

-'t Bryan Simpson, and Brandon, ,. : ; + 1 ..
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.. "LOOKING-FORWARD" + + ,7.. + : + + + + + .

The fact:that the University of) 4nthoizy-'iSuitSpecia1 '

t t" With the coming of the second Florida, : is gaining distinction throughout .

J a great many social funt- this country'i,being proved more BsagjgraaiBsiragT .... ,
F are being planned and lookedto .
Since the Xmas
'E and more every day. .: : :. '- ; .
with a great deal -of in- .
of the student
On the 9th of February the holidays'the enrollment ... . .... 25 SUITS EVERY ONE GUARANTEED .
boosted the :
Chis will begin the seaSOn with body 'has been by r ....:.': : .. .. u ,; ,.
Registration of fifteen new students ., .
dance at the Woman's Club, after .. "
in the different colleges on the scampus \ .
hch en the following night the A.Oj .. .:: ,
entends! 1
and whole school ahearty .
'. will entertain at the White the following. men. .. ; : 95 ....... -.',.,.,' ,
to :
welcome .1. .. 15 -
Rse at their annual Valentine ..... .. .. .
the law college there are: Stead- ...
A great visiting girls ; z/ -
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Ga. : .
Savannah ; .. ,.
Stahl from .
expected to attend these affairs. man p-, '. ...
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Birmingham, .. -. f :$ f i-
0. the night of the 14th the Zeta George Stephens from 1> .. .

Bed. Tau fraternity will entertain: Ala.; James Taylor from Jacksonville Pen-- \ GET YOURS EARLY .-, 4. ; ; ,
Williams from ,
friends at a Valentine dance at and Louis ;

&e Woman's club. The next week- sacola. The new vocational men are: ." .
'>4 the from Shelby N. C.:, =
Delta Rhos will give a house William Turner '." .
)!II y at their newly completed fra- Howard Smith, from Tampa; William : *.., .. .

ktEty' house, entertaining at a Parker from Lake City; Herbert ,.: : .
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dance and Martin o I -
on Friday night. Spear from Umatilla, : .-; : i.. .
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March will not be without its Page from Stamford, Conn. In the I'r., : ... I r>. .

i tlal interests also. The Sigma ,A. and S. college are: Vernon Vereen ..,- :. -

Nt, *iU give Convention dances on from Miami; Hollis Knight from. .. '. .. .'
tk 3rd and 4th, and on March 10th Starke Murray Overstreet from Kis- I
th S. A. E.'s will entertain at their Bimmee, and Bertel Raa from Talla j. .
Ulual Alumni and Founder's Day ;: it-
In the teachers college are
hassee. .
11atce, ending with a banquet at theta Olin Watts from Bartow and Edward .;.f? .t !.' t

House the night following. Smith from Orlando. .It"I :..I....' : _
$ncb 4fter these affairs will come the Along with' our gladness comes the ; :A '. DILL BUILDING
looked forward toO "Track
news that several of those whom we '":..
) during which 60 many soM'events { .
haveTearned to l know) and to like hare ,

, will take place. heard the call of the world and have I I
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t left school to answer it. Some to get :
1 **n work. Among
others to
married and
Miss ; .
t'Et.ee eea approaching Oliphant marriage of Vincennes, those wBb fcave jEt entered'the p1At.I I =t.-;>"-v""P.IIi.; ..:.....,_:- : =- "!$I"o: '7 1 -.JoitL-.ii IIoo. l.'f

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A woman's only woman, but a good cigar 1 is' a smoke. Hava-Tampa, ELI WOT CIGAR CO' I

I : Cuasta- and the leading '
Tampa Nugget, Admiration; Cortez Americus, z; .

; brands. ';._':.- 1",, :%a 4r"x <6 '. '= :. ---.-" TAMPA, FLORIDA
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On Tuesday night in the gym, a ,
from the University
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t composed of the following boys: t Universit A Jt.t .
YEARSandYEARS Green, Hait, Brown, Brumy, and 6
Jones, trounced the Gainesville High t MEAL TICKETS s!
School boys in a practice game by "
: to develop the decisive score of 45 to 20. The $5.00 Meal Tickets.
game was featured by fast playingon t
$3.00 Meal
Ticket ..
both, sides, but the Gainesville

i !i ; CAMEL lads faster were and clearly more experienced out-classed? Univer-by the I t MEALS at ALL TaJ7A.M.tolU.Jj I

QUALITY sity Quintet. t. I

Photographs- differently made, t Have a "HOT-DOG" j

s lay or night, rain or,shine, with my 4II
t: ; .-.. We worked on Camels for years before we put them. new light. Vansickel's Studio, South --

I '" the market. Years of Side Square.
I T on- testing-blending-experi-. JOHN B. SUTTONAttorneyAtLaw
+ meeting with the world's choicest tobaccos. NEW PROFESSOR ARRIVES TO t \ 1Da

t 301 Citizens Bank BJdj.
.ter And now, EVERY DAY, all our skill, manufacturing TAMPA: FLORIDA .
Beginning with this semester a t
{ experience and lifelong of fine tobaccos ,
knowledge new professor takes his place on the tt; .tt ee

hj ; are concentrated on making Camel the nest cigarette faculty of the College of Arts and
Sciences. Dr. Rogers now occupiesthe
.great interest and enthusasa
that can be produced. chair of biology, left vacant by .
.1 the. departure of Dr. Davis, who accepted their work. A series of eom

t < Th re's nothing else like Camel QUALITY. Andthere's a position with the Bureau of I bouts are" scheduled for early; .'
Fisheries Washington.. and the winners are to receive, '
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kf nothing else like Camels wonderful -
smoothness, I Dr. Rogers comes to Florida from T las marks of their skill Thea

F i s fine tobacco flavor. and,... FREEDOM FROM CIGA- I Grinnell University, in Iowa. During i I good prospects of a boxing_adiI
.. I the war he acted as a bacteriologist
i ,RETTY AFTERTASTE. for 'the United States Government. I ling team to represent the Ca
I Previous to this time he was at the sity as evinced by the ocafle

p That's why Camel popularity is growing faster than University of Michigan, in the mu- terial that is on hand at the;
seum of which he was the Curator of time, and the good progress tk i
? ever. Diptera. It was at this Universitythat shown.

A better cigarette cannot be made. all his graduate work was done.to Individual anthropmetrie tests i
E to be given in the next few w!
t' S We put the utmost quality into promote intercollegiate games of the various gym classes. Amos,.
It Volley Ball within the campus. This numerous things to be dare J
: It if I THIS ONE BRAND. schedule should provide a great deal : the results to J be xneasroT (

f!J .. .. -_ of interestand enthusiasm not onlyto terms of lung capacity, chest i
t I' <; "< '. R volley ball players, but also to urement, girth of limbs etc Bi
..i J- those interested in volley ball. The possible that a prize will be'! '

I : :! intercollegiate games will no doubt the man whose physique is fond
t j,:i : 'S prove to be very keen and exciting, as be the nearest approach t)
,L'' s'' .1 V the best men will be chosen from tion. 1i

: :i. : iLJ1I1IeiANRlgtBNn these teams to represent the Univer- Two handball courts are beisZ

j ;TMT1 sity.The out this week in the gym, aM
'I competitive trials for the gym. men interested in handball
teams will begin at an early date, as be given a chance todem
y. I an exhibition in gymnastics is plan- their skill, -
t ned for the last of the month. Those A gr amount of enthusiasm E
Li men showing up best in the trials will pep is being developed ft the'
''fefflnnimnmuigiriMis 1 I t I t !I I take part in the exhibition. This gym meetings, which meet

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J I ---- 1 I because men can be seen diligently o'clock. It is interesting to
menced W Wednesday with some real practicing on the bars, rings, or just how the "boys" demonstrate B
pep and enthusiasm behind it. Dr. weights, or other apparatus at all way they used to do it when t*i;
:Iii::1'1' f SPORTS Manchester is planning to arrange a hours of the day. .
: : were younger.
: : :: : : game schedule with Rollins, Stetson, I'! The participants of the boxing and

,and other schools outside, as well as I j wrestling classes pare developing a Patronize 'Gator advertisers.Furchgott's -. ,

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+ + + + + + + + + 1 qld, moth-eaten bathing suit nexteek --- .- .- .- .
+ + and go "in" for the swimming\ -- I
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S H * * Our Marathon- .y. .Men's Store .1
_ runner, King, is
Captain Byrd and Coach Kline left 1 planning to do his fifteen miles at the i .
Monday morning for Albany on the : "speed of thot," so to speak. -- \

tr. & J. with the best set of Cagers I I
Florida has sent out yet. Captain Sallee is well pleased with ,

the new Rat material-tail, whis- .. .
Gunn scheduled to kers and alL .- -
"Shorty" was go Many of the men who .
with the bunch, but was prevented bya i came up to the Inter-High School IikiJIR4 The "
infected hand. Cut the meet last *
badly sore year are ready to go in
spot off Shorty. we need your. help. training this spring. best placer

We can compliment ourselves on MINOR\ SPORTS NOTES
} having a star "cage-penetrator." = = = r Florida
I Moss could toss the ball through the The inter-fraernity basketball '
z .
lole with a flap of his starboard ear. games that were scheduled to be "- ** a'i i i
played this '
week have been postponed t9'
and Newton-twelve feet of account -
Byrd on of a great majority of .
x specialists. the players being /. -
i .,passing. vaccinated. The
t vaccinations have produced many
? Miller is long and rangy and is sore arms and for this 'reason it was
-good on Big Bertha shots\ deemed advisable to suspend all
games until further notice.
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:: t' .,; CaptainsAtkinson and Ryder are The swimming practice will also be A ccommodati4
planning to railroad goodly numberof put oft until weather conditions are r '-" Write us your ate., ,
men on to track practice this more favorable. The immediate wantsT
appearance -
spring, and: are confident of good. material of "Old Sol" is earnestly requested whet you

and results. as the swimming
must be begun at once. Irv tKoJ\earLof*Jacksorvvilte

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C. E. DRAPER, JL A. E. SEC, Geiger was elected to collect the pointed a committee tb draw np a
TO SPEAK' I money for member's pictures in the resolution of sympathy to be presented I
Seminole. to Major Floyd.

(vUNESVILLE; FURNITURE COMPANY i the. Mr.American. C. E. Drayer Association, Secretary of Engineers of- Wray,.;Wilson and Cooper were ap- The meeting then adjourned., ....(! 1!

lf Victrolas and RecordsWeaver's *the South, who, is will making be in a trip Gainesville through _4II _o..o_ ooo T--
> *
from February 14th to 16th. I Kelley-MiIler.l\Jus c Company !
ZR. The American Association of Engi- DEALER
t neers is an exceptionally active organization I .-I
Cox proprietor t : : : Telephone 86 EDISON, AND BRUNSWICK PHONOGRAPHS
I ,. i and has increased its | AND RECORDS .
membership from 2000 in 1918 to l Latest Sheet Music String Instruments and Supplies
22,000 in 1921. The Association has -. .: !
195 chapters throughout the coun-
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try and Mr. Draper is here to visit ,

: Steam Laundry ; the Florida.He chapter. at the University of ENTER! \.:

FOR will speak in chapel Wednes-
I e day noon, Feb., 15th and every student I DRESS SUITS AND TUXEDOS ; :
HIGH :A and member of the faculty .

.--- '. f -. ... -oo. ooOAINESVILLE should: try to be present and hear t.:1: :
what Mr. Drayer has to'tell us about t We can sell you one from 35.00 to $$50.00 or > ;
the past, present and future plans
PLANING AND COFFIN CO. and activities of the Association.,, I I
rent you one for $3.25. |]
flooring,,ceiling l Siding i Finish, Complete House Bills. The public is cordially invited to be ,
present and hear what the Engineering *.
|tffr Capacity 25,000 Feet. Gainesville, FIa.4I profession is doing for the I I '
welfare of the country, and how the

4I '4i ... association is trying to assist the = :I:
engineer with his work.


,-ror: all kinds of Hauling and Moving. In case you need wood I I
''I I The "Baraca Special" leaves the I It I :t
CALL NUMBER 9 I corner of Buckman Hall about 9:30 1 ;
I t I --oo
____ .....J I.Jc Sunday mornings.
..:. oo'4i '4i a.oo.'4i. "
..- oo..roooo .oooo ..o
I + + + + + + + + +
Electric Shoe Repair Department Work Guaranteed |I + Be it resolved; that the Agricultural '+ ON FLORIDA BELTS ;.
Club of the Univer-
... ..I| + sity of Florida extends its deepest + for next week only, $1.50 :
4I 4II 4I 4I -
+ sympathy to its beloved + .
'4i - -- + friend and professor, Major: Wil- + "
JOHNSON'S PHARMACY J + bur Leonidas Floyd, in his recent +

Drugs, :Medicines\ Stationery, Toilet and Rubber Goods .. I| + bereavement, the death of + ;
We guardntee personal attention to Prescriptions. Only j + his father. + U. of F. BOOK STORE
purest drugs used. Low prices. Quality considered. !a + Be it further resolved; that +
Gainesville, Florida. + these resolutions be spread upon + i
.... ____4II --4II 4IIr + the minutes of the Ag. Club, + ,4II 4II 4II 4II 4II 4II 4II 4II 4II _4II _4II 4II _
+ that of them be sent to +
DO BUSINESS WITH + Major a Floyd copy ,,and a copy to the + I e LET US DYE.YOUR OLD SUIT ;,1.

I + Florida Alligator and to theN +
:> THE FLORIDA NATIONAL BA NKTie I + Gainesville Sun. + 11
.New Million:\ Dollar Bank" Resources Over $2,500,000 + ROBERT WRAY, Chm. + e

+ HORACE WILSON. + e- Opposite Star Garage : .f eI .ft
!f + ROBY COOPER. + ee
HSSRnSKHSffi !fi$ .
g; t -e I It ee
+ + + + + + + + + ,

1, THE PHIFER STATE BANK' jjj Yi I Join your fellow students at the e t French Dry Cleaning and Dyeing. Phone 675 ':e eb

t. Safe and AccommodatIng.Yi Methodist Baraca Class on Sunday _
Strong,' .- !:Iir mornings. 4II 4II 4II 4II 4II -4II 4II _

fcasasaaBRfifflgfiffiPopular. Dr. Enwald is teaching the Methodist ., .............................
Baraca Class. Come and hear

':; Goods at Popular Prices atBURKHIM'S him. tI Let your next Suit be a .j4 I,
; : I :OF '

... '. I .
Prof. Day of Teacher's College ad- OR
: i
:::0 dressed the Ag. Club on the subject of

'!f tNo w,that the holidays are over and by chance you may the Opportunities and the Develop- FITFORMSOLE a't

}! have a watch out of order or a few pieces of jewelry that ment of Smith-Hughes Work in Florida -
at Ag. Club meeting on Monday .
.*i need repairing, TRY US!. evening. : AGENTS .,
i E L. C SMITH Jeweler Smith-Hughes work is compara- .
tively new. though the need, for secondary | PHIFER BROS. DEPT. STORE i
agricultural education was

early recognized. Benjamin Franklin Gainesville, Florida .:
f I F SPORTING GOODS was an advocate of it. The Morel .
Baseball Act in 1899 for the establishment of

Football Kinds Land Grant Colleges was the first :..................-. ....******.
Hardware of all move for this work, but early efforts '-' - .-. - -. __ __ ...... _
were largely ineffective. In 1917 the
i' See Us Smith-Hughes Act provided Federal I t Bedding Pillow Cases t tt

,; THE THOMAS COMPANY Funds for the work in all States. :
$1,500 is given by the government toward Sheets Blankets :'
k ,
; Phone "- a teacher's salary and the community t _
[ WEST' SIDE--OF SQUARE- in which'' the school is located .1

adds at least. $300, or- more, so that 't RIBBONS-RIBBON NOVELTIES *
i salaries range from '$1,800 up. A I MADE:. TO SPECIAL. ORDER .,
e rising scale of Federal funds avail- t Jt
: ST. PATRICK'S CATHOLIC CHURCH I Ir able each year enables new schools-to .
We Keep Everything for Your Room
be opened up for the work. ,Prof. t ,
\ East Main Street, North Day explained the ways of qualifyingas
r I a Smith-Hughes man and expressed .
'629 himself willing to give additional I --
I Rector. Telephone
! Her. John Conoley S. T. *,
information to any who desire it.

r-_ ,Sunday* Holy' Mass" and. .Sermon, 10:30 a. In-; evening '. I. tho Prof.,.;oUfferenee Rogers; :.between in a_ few. workers words told under -::. I IJ =
!vices.7:45p. m. if Smith-Hughes and SmithLeverLaw l, GAtu1SV111'El; LORIQA

t.f Weekdays Holy Mass, 7:00 a xo. J and told some of the advantages
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DICKSON : PROMINENT MENENTERTAINED tion of the diploma ( which was THE OPTIMISTOh --
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AT artistically bound with brown rope)
he fell
"Rat" Knowles, complete "
BANQUET MONDAY Mr. K. K. Hansen, B.V.D., head of t

HIGH T BOYS the department of ancient and ar- tt
of .Down on his knees at his Angel Doll'sfeet t
Continued from Page One) tistic bull, made a short speech

outlined for them briefly the growthof congratulation. The impressive sere- | ,
i t
r: IN ORLANDO JAN. 24 witha Lost his heart. -
r! the institution from its foundingup moray was brought to a close THE STVT
: short benediction by Mr. F. S. More than that, he seemed to lose t \- '
-- to the time of its present statusas drink
than from
a His head even worse .
Ferguson, P.D.Q., chaplin.
Student Leader Discussed Privileges an organization of a dozen build- 1
(For the benefit of the uninitiated ing booze. i
,11 and Responsibilities i of ings of a property valuation of seven I At
II the letters Pq.D. stand for two Like a tramp ship on a cruise t

i' 1 f Students. in "Man to Man hundred thousand dollars and an income Greek words meaning "proficient in Ah, but then she turned him loose. ,
Talk. from all of approximately '
sources buH.") Left him in a sorry ruise :
II four hundred thousand dol- I
tMr. BAILEY'SEmanate j jI
oj Caught in crime I
I i R. C. Diekson gave a stirring' lars. He declared Florida to be -
heartbroken lad
1 DONT WORRY Oh, that
I ; poor
h ; _talk on "The Place of Ideals" to
patterned after if anthat great I
I Worry is an exaggeratorAnd Took to'feeling mighty sad- ..
;'s! : about 250 boys and young men at theOrange .
: Wisconsin
of the state ,
t university; a confidence abater Took it like a foolish cad '
I t' County High "Y" in Orlando I t from ,
I lill and introduced the first speaker Dr. Ally of both doubt and fear. For a time. a-d\

+ : January 24. The members of the Jones, of Wisconsin.Dr. If she once controls your ear ; Then to his studies turned his art t survey of c<%e 41[

I r ; vApopka, Winter Park and Orlando Jones complimented the Uni- What a mess of lies you'll hear! Like a veteran made a start, throughout the co zIsmTs T

h( -High Ys were present practically to I versity as being the best and the Fight your problems, don't sur- Set his .aim. f

I I t-,: .a man youngest in educational development render, t
Now he's mighty wise
I : The talk was one of the real "man ",
in the countrv. Turning to his Summon Hope, the trouble mender.
; ,it man" talks that Diekson is in the In the other fellow's eyes
.ii I i subject, the speaker deplored the rOVERCOATS :
t j Optimism will repair For he's won the honored prize- :;J
f; 'I ..habit of giving. He gave the world lack of public appreciation of the

I .Background in its relation to the high value of scientific research in this All the havoc of despair.Don't Scholar's fame. t -RAINCOATS .4
[il Ii! .
tri'! school: student and in so doing emphasized .counti-. He saw in the National let Pessimism stall you -' t ,..
.' Don't let adverse odds appal you. It is understood that there will be "
t i : the privileges and responsif I Council of Research, a product of I -HATS and
f t"'! 111jties of the student. ."the days of the war, a means by What's the use pf train and muscleIf some flashy looking "Senoritas" in f CAPS ,

ii1 1 He then dwelt upon the problem of which the people of the country they get no chance to tussle? the Masquerader's play this year. t -SHIRTS

t j a i I each day's contribution to the phys would come to realize the value in Don't give in so early senYou're But great goodness! Who wouifh.want.' ,Ai

> ical, mental and moral life of the individual social and public service of scientific best work is still undone. to fall in love with one of them." I "

___ __ __ .. UNDERWEAR .1
f research under and Uni- u .
1 I Clean living, he said, "is government ,
I Iti
4 l i ,t the greatest asset of the athlete, student versity direction. LAXGWORTHY* BREAKS I Where It Falls Down-Prof.; "Do |]tt -HOSIERY .1)

I debator and citizen.: He then |I, Dr. S. L. Capen as the next speaker ANOTHER RECORD ;you believe in a more elasti*-.urrenl| '
i : .1
II' I pre'man>- citations concerning the |t discussed newer developments in cy!" a I

ti j I sex problem and showed his audience higher education. Whereas faculty Although Frederick Langworthyhas Schol.-"No," it's elastic enough. jft t

'. meetings used formerly to be mechanical been at the University only a t 1-
.hydean living was the greatest Why not make it adhesively? !
I HI.1j asset, discussions of problems of short time yet he has broken another The Owl. .

II r In conclusion he discussed the place administration, many institutionsare record, and his many friends ,. Best Values) in the SW:

I : ; ; that ideals hold in now coming to consider such are proud of his success. Mr. Lange *' I ;..;::J.
international .
'L J1'f J} f : and life national problems as the development of the worthy .recently, made the highest Snuff"Sneagle"Snotneagle '
everyday and urged snowL"
i ii : College of Liberal Arts, greater consideration mark ever given by Dr. Farr in English t '
i f' I the boys to hitch their wagons to a time in I for monthly He is "Sneither, snotstrich.. Lehigh '
"I : +! and training the a grade.
st&r.The I
personal interviews Burr. i iI

I exceptional student, problems of curricula one of Florida's new students who BAILEY
; I was granted and a great and so on. have shown very unusual ability and I
\. ; i many took advantage of this liberty Dr. Burns told his audience he was his future career will be watched Judging. by His HabitsVisitor"Does .I The Clothier .

i and thanked Mr. Dickson for his help- in Florida on department work in with deepest interest. Mr. Crawford, a student, live.I. ,I

E :If:f :trJ talk. f connection with sugar beet growing 11 here?" 'I Franklin St., cor. Ti5

I : i and expressed his pleasure at FLORIDA Landlady Mr. Crawford.

IIi i ENGINEERING COL. RECEIVES being present at the banquet. liveshere, but I thought he was. a I TAMPA, FL0SI1U
Supt. Shepard stressed the importance Florida! How well thy nameimplies night watchman."-The Goblin. I tI -. -

I j. .. EQUIPMENT of the public school system thy native charm ,
I r Those interested-in the and the state university to the citizens How Wf'Uit acquiesces the savor of Relieving Her Anxiety::dd Lady; j t '
I l Engineering of Florida" and the responsibility thy foliage, born -* 0h, conductor, please stop the.j ';
College and in the fine work it .1 : I
: making good of those who From sunny climes, and 'I
1; ; 5t doing in turning out competent, nature smiling train. I dropt) my wig out the w1 -
went out j
; l wdHnfonned engineers: will be The committee from the University. down on thee. dow" : .i'.- 4 __i
on arrangementsfor Has breathed across thy bosom thehreezes ,
pleased to : ConductorXever mind madam.
learn that several : t
-'I.1'. at pieces I I'I. the affair were the toBowingr -:of the sea. there EAST FLORIDA SELl'
useful electrical equipment have is a switch Just this side.,.of the; '
F. M. T.
OByrne, R.
Leigh, and C. No heart
t !i which animated by thy # ALUMNI KEBSKEf; :
;. just been added to the Electrical next station.--Octopus. 'W
I I I H. Willoughby. Following the last balmy air, : .. ,
; Engineering -
F J ;;; d machinery laboratory. These pieces .speaker the meeting ended No pulse invigorated by thy waters Graduates of. the East&
are in the form of an We All Say So! -

II ,1.1 indefinite loan from the American fair; Kissing girl is like Seminary, one of the tsctstesUniversity :
DR. SWEENEY I Imbued I a. a bottle of
r I HONORED with the ethereal spirit of [
I I ,, Agricultural Chemical Company and \ olives. If you can get one the rest' of Florida art pia
thy lovely
d were secured for the College of name hold reunion Gam
Engiiteering a in
1 After a particularly thrilling Enchanted by the prestige that has come easy. -Sands pur. '
I'll through the
efforts of Mr. :March 8 and 9.
speech Einstein "
C. V." Turner on by Mr. P..- J. brought thy fame;
superintendent of the yiJ
East Florida Semisary
I Pt Destruction' : Sweeney l last Tuesday evening, the Can look upon thy growths and Stork Overtakes Train
department, and thru f
w been *
faculty of the University of F- shady woodland Decatur The stork as
1 fce generosity of Mr. Burdett Loomis section bowers an L. CL:
t Ocala in 1852 and jt
(Thomas, in executive Who does remer
session not pay fair homage' to & N. passenger train between here
I corn-1 assembled, voted that estimable this vine in 1866. In 1905< it'as w:
lovely land
gentleman of flowers I and Cullman presenting Mrs. Rob-
I : the with five other State edx
degree of
I Pg. D. Iaview
The f'quipmf'ntwin b* useful ert Bennefield of Oklahoma, with a
a of the long series cf lectures Florida! Thou once did lie beneaththe stitutions to form the J1 rliS
supplement to that now in use in the bouncing baby. Mrs. Bennefield continued -
\ I laboratory. A thirty-five horsepower which Dr. Sweeney had been delivering -' struggling ocean's. feet her journey to' Cullman.- College for Women aDd.tt'

1 I three:: phase Allis-Chalmers induction more or less regularly, the Fanned by the tempest, lulled .by Howard Crimson. sity of Florida.

; xaotor is being installed to take the faculty decided to waive the usual !{ the cadence of its music sweet; An active Alumni AssCCbeen -*

A ice; of a smaller single phase motor thesis. They also feared that some, Till like a nymph out of a watery THE WAY TO GET formed in Gaines 1*l

I fi ao'used. to furnish power for driving other enterprising institution might; grave you rose, ALONG WITHA following officers have kea P
1 recognize the transcendental I Then nature ROOMMATE I>It
} the various machines. A five' genius sewed with tender hand Chairman. Mrs. Came

j ia power motor and a threequarter of Dr. Sweesty and present him J the flowers and the rose, McCollum; secretary Ili i t.
with a degree before he The 1. Buy him all the tabaceo and
would have giant oaks
I horsepower motor will I that gently spread treasurer. Dr. DeYere Xsa[
i useful in the carrying: out of prove finished his thesis. The thought of their lovely shades, cigars lie can smoke; fill and light his Plans and preparatksBS fa '
i : I Numerous> rheostats and- securing such an invaluable alumnus That cast a radiance Qf their charms pipe for him.I union are being hid ta sui*t

fixed their hearts an dcaused them 2. Introduce him to sweetheart !
electrical measuring instruments, in-; among sunny glades; your bration a real success. AIi

t chxitr in the shipment, have already to The act with unusual speed. And left the waves On either side ; encourage him to go out with alumni who return fr tl* It

gone into active service With presentation ceremonies were to pound upon thy shore, her will fund +
I the continuous additions being made I unusually impressive Pr-sideat B. To sing thy songs of freedom and 3. Let him have as much money as I fern B3ljJ '
I O. memories of their
to the Engineering College othersbesides of the University opened praise forevermore.We he wants; if he offers to pay it back, will t1portunity t
while they
the and here
the optimist will say that its services with an address of welcome raise our colors to the breeze, tell him you didn't intend it.as a loan. 1 to visit the issS** f

outlook: for a useful and worth-whHe Uid'introduced Mr. W. S. Middleton in accents loud proclaim, 4. Never argue with him; always s e'

future is promising Ph. D., the Chancellor, who Oh land of flowers, such thou art, admit that you are in the wrong. has grown to its pry *J
made ;
ti the speech of presentation. we praise thy sacred name 5. Write all his English themes estabKs&sent erfy *.

i I Did you knotr you coulo make Mr. Sweeney impressively attired in -W. J. W. and translate his Spanish. and which their Ate* :::..:ito

old razor blades red cap and blue gown, was led! for form back in 19** s
.err 6.
as Let him
good wear best
as new your shirts
far about 2 l-2c each? See Driggers I:ward by Mr. V. M. Bradshaw, LLD., D.'t fail to see "A >TigK in Honolulu collars: neckties B. V. D.'s. Unaverity of Fhrids"You ---:

in 35 Backman. I the head ef the department of at the Lyric Wednesday, the
j i{.turistic bull,, and after the ; fu-I Sth. 7. Next 'ear-room afaee. shockwaxtfes Bt'saW Z
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PROMINENT MENENTERTAINED tion of the diploma ( which, was THE t
BE- ,
AT with brown rope)
artistically bound little "Rat" Knowies, he fell .complete -
B.V.D., .head of Oh, t :
} BANQUET MONDAY Mr. K. K. Hansen, '
FORE HIGH T : ancient and artistic -
BOYS the department of '
Angel Doll'sfeet. '
inn Down on his knees t -
Continued from Page One) bull, made a short speech :

I outlined for them briefly the growthof congratulation. The impressive 'sere- 1
JAN. 24
i witha Lost his heart. !
r the institution from its foundingup mony was brought to a close iT9ThiI
1 rI short benediction by Mr. F. S. More\ than that, he seemed to l
to the time of its, present statusas than from drinking
His head even worse .
I I Student Leader Discussed Privileges I an organization of a dozen build- Ferguson, P.D.Q., chaplin. 1 J
(For the benefit of the uninitiated booze. 4 I I
of property valuation
and Responsibilities of ings a of seven cruise
i the letters Pq.D. stand for two Like a tramp ship on a
? Students in "Man to Man"' hundred thousand dollars .and an in- l
Greek words meaning "proficient in Ah, but then she turned him loose .
1 Talk. come from all sources of approxi- t. "
tl' bull/ ) Left him in a sorry
mately four hundred thousand dol- BAILEDEmanate ;sI
i t r Caught in crime I
I I, v} r: R. C. Dickson gave a stirring lars. He declared Florida to be lad I
l DONT WORRY Oh that
E L ; t talk on "The Place of Ideals" to after t :
patterned if any, that great Worry is an exaggeratorAnd Took to-feeling mighty sad- -! f
i f about 250 boys and young men at theOrange university of the state of Wisconsin,
"Y" in Orlando a confidence abater To\>k it like a foolish cad t from :!
County High a
r and introduced the first speaker, Dr. doubt and fear.
Ally of both time.
{' 24. The members of the a survey ofthroughout <
January coHeg 1 1t
4 IU Jones, of Wisconsin.Dr. If she once controls your' ear :*r Then to his studies turned his art I :

I i VApopka, Winter Park and Orlando Jones complimented the University What a mess of lies you'll hear! Like a veteran made a start, t the eel
Ys practically to ,
were present the best and the don't surrender -
I } as being Fight your problems Set his aim.

I 1 4t .a man. youngest in educational develop- Now they say he's mighty, wise SUITS : <
The talk of the real "man
$ was one ment in the his trouble mender
country. Turning to Summon Hope, the
rt vib man" talks that ,Dickson is in theIjtbit subject, the speaker deplored the In the other fellow's eyes P-OVERCOATS

f : : of giving. He gave the world lack of public appreciation of the Optimism will repair For he's won the honored prize- .;.il

I I f .Itaclcground in its relation to the high value of scientific research in this All the havoc of despair. I Scholar's fame.It RAINCOATS

I Ii I.school student and in so doing em'j'jI. !i country. He saw in the National Don't let Pessimism stall you, -. : .

1 i .":jhasized the privileges and responsi-I{I Council of Research, a product of Don't let adverse odds appal you":11 is understood that there will be -HATS and CAPS'4t 1 1t

I. 1 _lllities of the student. .11 the days of the war, a means by What's the use |>f train and muscle] some flashy looking "Senoritas" in t fj

h; He then dwelt upon the problem of which the people of the country I If they get no chance to tussle' VDon't the Masquerader's play this year. t -SHIRTS .11

i each day's contribution to the phys.j would come to realize the value in give in so early son But great goodness! Who would want... .

t f ical. mental and moral life of. the in- social and nublic service of scientific You're best work is still undone. to fall in love with one of 1iitn... .= :, :-UNDE WEARjlH9SIERY

4 i r dividual. Clean living,"' he said, "is research under governmen-t and Uni- .-i" ,

I, I the greatest asset of the athlete, stu- versity direction.Dr. LANGWORTHY* BREAKS J I Where ,It Falls Down-Prof."Do I i:'. il

n r ; : dent, debator and citizen." He then S. L. Capen as the next speaker ANOTHER RECORD I I you believe in a more elastlefcuirenI1. : t t

citations discussed newer developments in ?" fl' gave many concerning the cy
I sex problem and showed his audience higher education. Whereas faculty Although Frederick Langworthy" Scho1.-"No," it's elastic enough. ii'I '

clean meetings used formerly to be me- has been at the University only a more t. -
1 why living was the greatest Why not make it adhesivelyThe ? I'
asset. chanical discussions of problems of short time, yet he has broken an'other Owl. / ,' '7 r- i -'

I: administration, many institutionsare record, and his many friendsare _
'In conclusion
: ; he discussed the place
: f. that ideals hold now coming to consider such proud of his success. Mr. Lag* I
't in international, na- Snuff-"Sneagle. ,
1 problems' as the development of the worthy. ,recently matte\ the highest! .
JI i' /
jtfonal and ,
everyday life, and urged "Snotneagle, snow! -- I the
College of Liberal Arts, greater con- mark .ever given by Dr. Farr in Eng
I I H t the boys to "hitch their :
"Sneither snotstrich. Lehigh
"". I wagons a sideration and time in training the lish I for'a monthly grade. He is I t
I star. The
tin privilege of personal interviews Burr. I
one Florida's students who
exceptional student new
t !,; I problems of cur-
U was granted and a great I It
ricula, and so on. have shown very unusual ability and ,

I Iii v.: many took advantage of this liberty Dr. Burns told his audience he was his future career will be watched. Judging by .His HabitsVisitor"Does The Clothier I I'I

\ :II u thanked Mr. Dickson for his, help- in Florida on department work in with deepest interest. Mr. Crawford, a student live t J
AJ talk. .
I /'ir -r-- 4 connection with sugar beet grow- here?" I Franklin St., cor.

I ;1,11! I ing and expressed his pleasure at FLORIDA Landlady-"Well, Mr: Crawford, i

!!;H t .. ENGINEERING NEW COL. RECEIVES being present at the banquet.. i lives here, but I 'thought he was. a I"I" TAMPA FLOffli
I I Supt. Shepard stressed the importance Florida! How well thy name. implies night watchman.-The Goblin. : : 't
J :{: EQUIPMENTThose of the .,
public school system thy native charm ?1
IfI. If-
I.! and the state university to the citizens How welt, it acquiesces the savor of Relieving Her AnxietyOld- Lady t :'_1t .
interested in :
I the Engineer- ( .
of Florida '
and the foliage
responsibility thy born "Oh
please the
', lag stop t
College and in the fine
work it
for making good of those who From Sunny climes, and nature'smiling ]- I dropt out1-
: as my wig the'wini
doing in
I turning ,
; competent, went out from the University.The down on thee dow." ..- ,
: 1 ateR-informed .i}; ; -
i Ii i to engineers, will be committee on arrangementsfor Has breathed across 'thy':bosom thebreezes Conductor-=-" mind s.' ,madam- ,H-- I
;:; pleased learn that several pieces the affair the ever ,
were following: of the SEA'ALUMNI '
I Ij; t tI i ef useful electrical equipment have I F. M. O'Byrne, T. R. Leigh, and C. No hearwhich animated sea. there is 'a switch, just this side..of the EAST FLORIDA
: by thy BEEflQXGraduates
I l i just been added to the Electrical I H. Willoughby. Following the last balmy air, next station.--Octopus.: : *('

4h j; r Engineering:: laboratory. These pieces speaker the meeting ended No ..'
pulse -
invigorated by thy waters
I !t'ii R .machinery are in the form of an We All Say So! of. the Eat
i F'I':j 1 indefinite loan from the American DR. SWEENEY HONORED Imbued fair;with the (.ethereal Kissing a. girl is ,like a bottle of Seminary, one of the incestA

I !"' 1 !t :, Agricultural Chemical Company and thy lovely name .spirit of olives. If you can get one the rest University of Florida,aw pie
: : ; were secured 'for the College of Engi- come hold a reunion in Carnal
After a particularly Enchanted by easy -Sandspur.
: : I thrilling the prestige that has
,. veering through the efforts of Mr.CL March 8 and 9.
speech Einstein "
)t : : on by ,Mr.: P. J. brought thy fame; -
t' ,,._ V.: Turner, superintendent of the East Florida Seminary
'i ; Sweeney last Can .
look Stork
Tuesday Overtakes
"! evening, the upon thy growths and Train
: ; onstruction department, and f te
thru beef
f ( of membered as having _
: faculty the University of F-section shady woodland bowers, Decatur-The stork overtook an L.

,':the generosity of Mr. Burdett Loomis (Thomas), in :executive session Who does not pay fair homage' &.N. passenger train between here Ocala in 1852 and remove II

tr!I l ..:..>. jany.Jr. and other officials" of the com- assembled, voted that estimable gen- this lovely land of flowers? and Cullman, presenting Mrs. Rob- yule in 1866. In 1905 it as

''I''' I I ..{ The equipment will be useful tleman the degree of Pg. D. In ert Bennefield, of Oklahoma, with a with five other State edacsfe t
a view of the long series cf lectures Florida! Thou once did lie, beneaththe bouncing baby. Mrs. stitutions to form the Fieri!
j ;1 I .supplement to that now in use in the Bennefield coh- '
-< which Dr. Sweeney had been delivering struggling ocean's feet, tinued her journey to' College for Women and &*
I laboratory. A thirty-five horse-power Cullman.
l ";1 ,".:three phase Allis-Chalmers induction more or less regularly, the Fanned by the tempest, lulled .by Howard Crimson. sity of Florida.An .
/ faculty decided to waive the usual the cadence of its music sweet; << active Alumni Ass #=
rf: motor is
: < being to take the
thesis. They also feared that some. Till like a nymph out of a watery been formed in Gainesville >at.
Ii'e i of smaller THE
a single phase motor WAY TO GET ALONG
other WITHA
enterprising institution might, grave you rose, have lea
: following officers
'aow used to furnish
: iI power for drive
e If ;.ing' the various machines. A five recognize the transcendental geniusof Then nature sewed with tender hand ROOMMATE Chairman. Mrs. Came T*!

1 Dr. Sweeney: and present him the flowers and the rose, EB t
JSorse-power McCoIlum secretary
111 9 motor and a three-quar- with a degree before he would have The giant oaks that' gently spread 1. Buy him ,all the tabacco and ;
ter horsepower motor will he treasurer, Dr. DeVere
U prove finished his thesis. The thought of their lovely shades, cigars can smoke; fill and light hispipe ft
r ,; useful in the
r carrying out of experi- Plans and preparations J
!'! securing such an invaluable alumnus That cast a radiance Qf their charms for 1-? m." I
1 i ments. Numerous rheostats and laid to m1ktfi
union being
fixed their hearts an dcaused themto thy 2. Introduce him are
f, ,:electrical measuring instruments among sunny glades; to.your sweet- A*
A in- bration real success.
act with unusual speed. And left the waves either heart; encourage him a "'
on side to
II go with
elnder in the the
1fl shipment, have already for ,
I The presentation to her. alumni who return ;]
I'!'f i ceremonies were pound upon thy shore,

I' }'; :the ,continuous gone into additions active service. made With unusually impressive President B. To sing thy songs of freedom and 3. Let him have as much money as gathering will find mEb J!"J
O. Smith of the University openedthe praise forevermore.We he wants if he memories of their former
!I1j4! ; offers to it
I 'to 'the Engineering College others pay back, '
: services with an address of wel-. raise our colors' to the breeze, tell him didn't and while here they i1l.ba
I you
Besides the it
optimist will loan.
that its .as a
",/ : say come, and introduced Mr. W. S. Mid- in accents loud proclaim, 4. Never portunity to visit the frsbttf
outlook for useful and argue with him
1/ a worth-while dleton, Ph. D., the Chancellor who Oh land of flowers ; always its present t
; i future is promising. such' thou -art, admit that you are in the has grown to tfj
made the speech of presentation.Mr. we praise thy sacred name 5. Write wrong. establishment only sine
all his
\ Sweeney, impressively attired in eo ', -We English themes Alma M
t J. W. and and which their I
:11 'Did you know you coult make translate his Spanish.
red cap and blue gown, was led for- back in tOO;), S* !
to form
: 6. Let -
old raior blades him
: your as good'as new ward by Mr. V. M. Bradshaw, L.L.D., Don't fail to see "A Night in Hon wear your best shirts, Florida. !
: lor about 2 l-2c collars neckties Univerity of
? See B. V.
Driggers D.'s.
4 the head ,
of department of fu olulu" at the Lyric Wednesday,, .the
I fin 3G Buckman. 7. Next
turistic bull, and after the presenta- I 8th. year-room alone. ," said'tij
shock me
I; -. The Technician.
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