The Florida alligator
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028291/00348
 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 10, 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
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lccn - sn 96027439
System ID: UF00028291:00348
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Preceded by: Orange and blue
Succeeded by: Independent Florida alligator

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,Bege Players-Will Appear in ,Fleming-, Hall- and Walker First Match _of Season-New I I Florida Tossers Lost to'the Savannah !

Baird Theatre--Will Have a Picked to Represent Flor- Range Being Constructed in COACH RICHBOURG and Jax "Y's" by

, [ Trip Extending From Feb. 16 idaAgainst Tennessee and Armory Regulations for Heavy Scores Thru Slow-

I I to( March 1. Smith Carolina-Alternates, Meets Are Given Out. 1 TO OPEN BASEBALL !I Playing Showing Made

DI\ Ginnis and Wise. 1I I I Against Only Collegq Team I

lie play "Spanish Nights," to. be'ven Much interest has been shown in I SEASON MONDAY
sea- Played, Mercer, Makes S..I. A. .,
by- the Masqueraders this Though tryouts for the team to gallery matches to be fired at the
A. Honors Possible.
fen, is rapidly rearing completion. represent the University of Floridain University. The men who showedup II

, fee' players: are being quickly) but the Triangular debate were sched- bEst in' the preliminaries were Twenty-Five Games Scheduled. II

I oronfWy. trained in their respec- uled. ,to takeplace Monday, January 'selected to tryout for the rifle team. Yale and Washington and Lee f I On Wednesday night, Jar.ttary 25,
the University f Florida met the
ri parts_by rehearsals every_ night._ i.30, they were postponed urtil: Wednesday There will be three teams for the on the List-Good Material U j I fast Mercer quintet< on Mercer's own .
jJert week, on tte IGth, the first j Freshmen two teams for the .
I .evening, February 1st. Cn ; t Available for the Team. court, losing: the game by a score of
.ormance is to be given at the i r that evening, a team was picked ['Sophomores; and one team each for I I --- 27 to 26.
d Theatre. Consequently on the I I I'pt which will.ito doubt ably represent the Juniors and Seniors. The
I Coach Richb: prospects The first half opened with a
intcr-I urg says snap
previous to this the dress real t Florida against class matches are being fired
both Tennessee i .
: antj for baseball look bnghter than ever and a pep that brought a-cheer from
will be held there. Up to South Carolina. the present time. A new indoor
I before in the history of the Uni the crowds who had gathered to seethe
time,* beginning-Tvith Monday, range is being constructed in the
A large number of men turned out i.
I! versity. The schedule consists of game. The Mercer lads had
be rehearsals will also be held, acwied fcr the it Armory with complete lighting facilities -
so was necessaryto i i.about 25 games, mcst of which will almost everything their way during
i by the orchestra. draw ': so- that firing can be carried
by to determine their
l j be hard ores.: Theyf are as follows: I the first half and succeeded in sates'"
ne s;efjsry b i now very' nearly order of This :on at night or when the weather does
appearance. was !I i i ing a slight lead over the Gators.
March 17 & 18 Philadelphia
.iplfted, as! are the costumes.! The ,soon accomplished and the men took i|not permit work outside. i Nationals, at Gainesville. i But during, the second half Florida
ei is now being painted: by the floor in tho following order W, i The first match has been scheduled. ; :
; woks and
| March 24 & 2::>, Mercer\ at Gaines- ,*fP: completely out-played
cb rjs" Clark, who also designed it. with the of Tenn. 11.I I
J. Bivens, H. C. Knight, B. L. Hanson U. Feb. 10 i, ville.i Mercer In nearly every stage cf the 1
ebsfiufes are elaborate. and' gor- J. H. Wise, C. S. Gresn, J. S. This is the preliminary match in the game Duncan was taken out during
I i March 29 & 30, Rollins, at Winteri \*,
< Each is 'characterized by a Hall E. E. Fleming. M. Rosenhouse, fourth corps area. The final match I i Park.I theJa t tthalf on personal fouls. Gray
Yt4taof' hand-made fringe, : between the two winners will be f
J. S. Ferguson, L.V.. Jennings, J. substituted at guard. Potter at forward
i March 21 & April 1, Stetson, at -
: \ increases the Spanish,. effect, i A. Wells, J. B. Walker, E. Brobston, I fired March 3 and 4. The regulations Deland. and Thompson at center. Mos

?teedto' make, the*" Costumes [ L. O. Stephens, W. J. Yarnoff, B. W. : governing the matches are as fol- i j at was the individual star of the evening -
April 7 & 8, Camp Benning,
laborate! 'when they"appear be- I McGinnis, WE Thompson,' W. R.. kws, : the competition will consist of ;i Columbus,Ga. scoring 20 points, while Potter
"PiEi':fobt-Ji bts. The laces, ,so Bing.. I sx stages, 'each stage consisting of sacred 2. For his excellent play-
: April 10 & 11, Mississippi College.
cfet: &tie 'Dt.f Sp nisl}= fc.m.inJr-e.-- The subject, of<,_defcajg gga !b i fci. 'two: sighting.'!.- ,shots.. ....*and, _ten."::.shots":: for I t JtJntc )'i ... .. "' 1 taft, --Moss ,received a great deal of ._,
'rival I I 't&ordr : -
-i- she fringe, in .attractisend ,- Resolved: that American coast-wise t praise and'C' Wrom.--th VnI = -
April 12 & 13/'Univ. of Miss., at
J belp t"- give a greater .*f* shipping should be exempt from the 1st 10 shot slow fire prone. {Oxford : iss. ., I rious newspapers of the South. ;

Jo\the gorgeously: colored cos- r payment of Panama Canal tolls. I I 2nd, 10 shots, slow fire, standing.. April 14 & iJi. Univ of Alabama at But the Gators hail started their

ec.The. ;" Both the negative and the affirmative I 3rd, 10 shots, slow fire, prone. 'Tuscalooa. Ala ooma.l offensive too lateto oyerccme the

', trip for the Masqueraders has I sides were well defended, tho 4th, 10 shots, slow fire, 'kneeling, l April 17 & 18. Palmer College ((3 lft dand* the game ended with, a
definitely fixed. It&is to'''be there" were a few more negative 5th, 10 shots slow fire, prone. ,2726"iCtory fcr Mercer. By the
| ) DeFuniak Sprirgs.
much longer duration than that I speakers than affirmative. Each i j 6th 10 shots, slow fire 'sitting. "games April at 21 & 22, Rollins, at Gaines- I great fight that Florida was putting

t last year extending' from; the man showed a .decided interest in i Targets-National Rifle association -I ville. I up at the close of the game it was
1 I
16th of February, when they play I',.which ever side he defended,. a fact gallery targets fcr 50 feet. I I A"ril 2*? & 29, Yale, place open. evident that if there had been a
*ere, until) the 1st of March, when !which, no doubt, accounted for the Distance-Fifty feet from muzzleof I I May 5, & 6, Stetson at Gainesville. few more minutes of play, the score

4"return from Tallahassee. From I 1,,length of time it took the judges to rifle to target.WitnessesTwo. [ May 10 & Washington and Lee would have a different tale to tell.

they travel to Ocala, then to I (Continued Page Eight) witnesses for (Continued ors* eight) No wonder Mercer was glad when
amp Ybor City, Orlardo, Daytona, I ; each match will be designated by the i page the was over. It was by far

'''St. Augustine, Jacksonville, Talla- ;officer supervising the firing. the best game that Florida) played.'

''asser, Quincy, and from there home !UNIV.. OF BUENOS !I Positions-As prescribed in, Rifle !HIGH SCHOOL BAS-- Mercer was one of the strongest

Already some elaborate posters, 6 ft. :t Marksmanship. teams that they were up agalns, '

to 3 ft, have been painted by "Chris"i AIRES SENDS MEM- l Rifles.22 calibre weighing not KETBALLTOURNAMENTMARCH2,3,4 I and jf:they had played i in other-

auk, and sent to different places as I !more than 10 -pounds. games,'' as they did against Mercer

advance advertising. The trip should I Sights-Any not containing glass. ; : the defeats would b-? replaced by.

''!* an interesting c.ne, and the men : ORIAL TO LIBRARY I (Continued, on page eigh I victories. Mercer is rated as one of

'are working hard for it. 1 i the strongest teams in the Scuth
+ .. + + + + + + + + '+ + + having beaten Georgia Tech and

INTERESTING LECTURER The University Library received a I I.+ NEWS BRIEFS + ,,Ten Teams Will Battle in Gym. I other prominent schools.

COMINGs small metal tablet from the University 1+ 'Gators finish road trip of week's+ for Stat Chamnionshin--Seventeen i It is Interesting to know that the

of Buenos Aires, announcing the + duration. Games to he Played. "girls from Wesleyan College cheered
;s department cf chemistry an- lone hundredth' anniversary of that 1+ Rifle match to be held with University +' State Track Meet Here April I for Florida throughout the entire

'>nnces a special lecture on next If institution. On the front of the I + of Tennessee tomor- + j I i 7 and 8. game and at the close of the gamy

TUay evening, Feb. 14, when Mr. + row. + i came out on the floor and congratu- .
\\\t. H. Scctt of Atlanta Ga., will I tablet is the seal with the. words j 1+ Masqueraders will give first + i I "T"h" Florida Hieh School Basket lated them on their playing. As

??ss the students of chemical ,"Universitas, B:naerensis" and + showing next Thursday. + I Pnl1 Tournament will be Md in the i Thoprason says, "they sure were

to' eeting and all others who care'I"Scientiae Lumen Pretium, vitae." 1+ Prospects for baseball brightest + j University j"rd: and 4th.gymnasium Ten teams';n March from 2nd.all f swell girls."

,Attend, on the manufacture and the "Centenario, + the The lineup for Florida is as follows
The back announces I+ in years. J ;jovcr the state: win battle for
ose of Duriror. Mr. Scott is south- de la Universidad. de Buenos Aires. + First inter-fraternity basketballgames + tt i coveted chamnionsMn in seventeen : .
Q sales manager for the Duriron played. + games eriT-ing Thursday morningand t Moss Miller, forwards.
card with "Envis de la Universidad continuing morning, afteJioon
Company A
and in his Duncan, center.
specialist\ 1 tri-angular debate +
&1d. This lecture will be illustrated f,nacional de Buenos Aires' ," accompanied ++ Tryouts held. + I and These night teams until consist Saturday of tw chosen night. Newton, Byrd (Capt.), guards.

t nth motion pictures and is expectedle the ta let. + Many men signing up for swim- + from each congressional district and The following night there was no
i to both instructive and interest-: I The Universidad Np-cional de + 'two from tre state at laree. Thus game due to the fact that the Ma-
+ ming.
ftfi7116 time is 7:30 the place Buenos Aires is the largest educational + ]'the tourranrent sets; only the cream con Volunteers had cancelled the
; methods being tried out
America. + New |lof the state's teams, and a classybrand
i large lecture the institution in South game previous to their arrival. The
sec- "
room on 5- in mess-halL + of basket ball is expected.The ,
2nd flo=r of the build. It was funded in 1821 .by consolidating Florida beys!: succeeded in obtaining
Engineering + Inter-county club cage series to + I refereeine will be done by Dr.
ing.An several smaller colleges. The ch complimentary tickets to a prizefight
students who care to atfiend Manchester and Ce Klin A team I
be played socn. .
\ are cordially invited. new foundation was charged like the + I Tnnsf: lcs two games before it IK'; at Maron. They had a 'very
I F.
Tablet presented .ta U. of by +
in France, eliminated.
Napoleonic foundation pleasant evening witnessing young
Finb-Do f / theRbehtaad2 I' administration of all official of. University! of Buenos Aires. + I Tickets w;;! co on !:/'e in (the. Stribling, lightwei it champion of
you know Jones with Society + rest weeV' of February p'Miller's,.
+ Farr Literary reorgan-
secondary the Battling "Bud"
elementary, South, knock out
instruction- t1-e Bon 'Nn. end hc: TTni"P-city Y.
* Jbks- aiM collegiate. + izes.State M.C.A.: These will cost $1.00. and i of Atlanta. They left Macon that
Why closest
he is
)yes; my .
f 1 students and + high school basketball + cover the whole tournament of *1mes. night, about 2 e'clcck and arrived ia
Daily."Yerily.saysAl ; It has about 4,650 faculties -' + tournament to be held here. + '. These tickets are ''nor., I Savannah early the nest morning.j .'
of 97,000
)t library science' medi- + Mr.,C. E. Drayer of A. A. E. to trs? sferatfe. I j Friday night, they met the Sayan.l
Il1end.McGill. social :
Moore; 'iifi. you[; include law, The' State Track Meet win be heW i
t natural science + speak.in chapel Wednesday. + nabcP' in another fierce contest. i
a good necktie four-in-hand cine, mathematics t this!' year on April seventh andi l
a + + + + + + + + +-+ + + + eighth. (Continued on eight)
-Worth too in the shop window." I philosophy, and letters. .. \


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t fi SON OPENED FEB. 7It ''I The potential 'Gator swimming

I team is already twenty strong and I
It:' every day new men put their name on
; : K. A/s Defeated A. T. O's 12.8 CAMEL QUAliTYWe
i ; the roll of those who intend to be aral I

I i 1 ; Delta Rho's Walked Over Theta water 'Gator. Practice is due to :

; !11 s Chi 32-2-Johnny Sherman start as soon as the weather permits.Dr. II
I' Ii ; !! Stars as a Toe-Dancer. Manchester says that the pros -
pects of a fine team are of the best. worked J on Camels for years before we put them !i

;;i' 'I The K. A.'s defeated the A. T. O.s, He has written to the Jacksonville ''I
','t! I I 12-8, and the Delta Rho's whipped "Y" and the Tampa "Y" for dates if on the market. Years of testing".- blending-experimenting -

i f 1! the Theta Chi's, 32-2, in the first of :|I I they would like to make a try againstthe with the world's choicest tobaccos.
f l i I the interfraternity basket ball games : 'Gators in their natural elements .

;f r! : i OB TuesdaY.evenmg.I' I He has also written Miami. Palm :t
1.f EVERY DAY all our skill manufacturing -
I I The games wen pvajxd by alternate !- I Beach and Stetson for places on their And now, ,

t If' halfs. The K. A.'s and the schedules, giving the team very experience and lifelong knowledge of fine tobaccos
tl A. T. O.'s started off with rush .
a ; pleasant trips when the time comes. '
I t t their game was strenuous and I Dr. Manchester is trying to enter I are concentrated on making Camel the best cigarette

rough, but neither side succeeded in .
: il'! running up a high score Robinsona I the team in the Inter-Collegiate meetat that can be produced. f fI
Rollins, under the officials of the I
a t i. d Woodward did good work for ,i
i :,UI jl the K. A.'s; Ferris and Bie were Amateur Athletic Association I" There's nothing else like Camel.QUALITY. And
Am rica. If he succeeds in doing
1 prominent on the opposite team.
? i
\ i i;il I Even."in the second half the same this the team will qualify for records there's nothing else like Camels ,wonderful smoothness,
I which is one thing they will want. I
hi j bull-dog tactics making
were employed, ::
fine tobacco flavor and FREEDOM FROM CIGA- !
i.! it a highly exciting game. A dual meet is practically arranged "

I J The second game was much more tho as yet no date has been set. RETTY AFTERTASTE.

peaceful; it was {almost slew and Among these who have signed up I

i If fi I sleepy Only two points by the is Ossie Bie, who is going to show his That's< why Camel popularity is growing faster than

; Delta Rho's were made in the first[
I, I half. In the second half business j[ 1 this year. J. S. Sherman says that G ever.
': I : picked up a little and the Deltawho's :j]he intends to do his best in the dashes A better cigarette cannot be made. t

began making points. Burr>.I j and diving while 31. Barrs is going to 1
,t'l t made the only two points for Theta i
I show the
j four-legged 'Gators how
t Chi. Johnny Sherman impressed }real 'gator can swim under water. a We put the utmost quality into
one with the conviction that ha'I II I
On the whole if THIS ONE BRAND.
run 1J e-
I should have been a toe dancer.
cording to Dr. Manchester I
t i Scott and Dyer starred: for the plans the
I Deltas. outlook for .the 'Gator Aquatic team I
has never been better.
The line-up for the teams was a* t
follows: Men out for swimming are sjs follows -I xyr !
J t! K. A. A. T. 0. :

I'' i Blake forward Bie J. C. Babson, M. Barrs, I. C. Batch-

Hadlow forward Ferris elder G. H. Bee, O. R Bie, L. C.

r Robinson center Woodbery I Bogne- H. A. Bosnian H. M. Brad- arne

Phillips guard .. (Season dock, H. O. Crippin, B. G. Graves,
Woodward Guard Webb J. C. Godbold, J. L. Glenrick P. E.

Subs.: Richbourg, Overstreet. Lau, R. K. Lewis, R. E. McDonald, R. h BL 11D t' 1 r

Delta Rho Theta Chi E. McDonald. J. S. Sherman, W. R. '
; L J. UTIOLD3 ToalccO CO.. Vi..aa3.3.., I.C. I
1 Scott forward Skinner I Smith, Wilmer J.Taylor, J. B. Warren \ ,

: .I Dyer forward Se1b1 R. J. Priest. Lk +q+ !"' 'll 1 I +t.1. 1 j+ + IN E Uil 1
: !. Butler center Collins L!
: Mounts guard Williams vs. Leon Polk ;, Miami. t\S
Simmons guard Burr March they are fighting for ta. night. The Theta Chi's should invest -' reason, that they are aim is
2.-.o\1athua vs. Miami, Hills I I I
in a more modern form ef war opinion.
I boro vs. Leon, Polk vs. Lake. I J Ja1 entirely erroneous
Basketball March 6.-LEon I It does not seem likely that Florida p. J +
1'1; later-County vs. Miami Hfllsbcro! I
Schedule Opens Feb. 20 vs. Polk, Alachua vs. Lake. j I'' will run out of baseball material !I Join :your fence students 1 aI tit I
t BLUE SERIES- in the near future. Alreadysome Duval thinks she has, all the Methodist Baraca Class OD s-.r

; Unique Plans Being Made for Feb. 21-Internees vs. Union Daval. forty eager aspirants are strings fixed for a gigantic .victory mornings. I.
clamouring for recognition on the in the coming club basketball
1 TVig-Day Raise Funds to vs. Pinellas Orange vs. Sebring.Feb. J county I I
I + ;, Help F. S. W. C. Girls Build 24-Pinel1a.s vs. Sebring, Unionvs. Varsity nine. series. What is your opinion on "Yes," sighed the lowly rat, "th1 i iI
Orange, Duval the subject? ma..h1i11." !!
Summer Camp. vs. Inverness.Feb. I treat me just like a
28-Union, We have again favored Yale with :
vs. Sebring, Inver- "
I a date on our schedule. Will she "How come? .
ness vs. Pinellas, Duval '5. Orange. Never look a Gator in the mouthhe
The Inter-county basketball series March 3-Duval vs. Sebring Inverness receive thrashing. ? Of course. might bite.-Adrice to other "Someone's always picking on.Ct.
will be played at the University
gym """
vs. Orange. Union colleges.)
I vs Pinellas. *
beginning February 20th. t zcadt.
The March ball Moss. bat differently
Inverness vs. Sebring, A rolling frightens no Photographs.
schedule for these games was an- Union vs. Duval Pinellas vs. i Rollins and Stetson are both count- nay or night, rain or fhine, wig>JJ1

l ., Botrnced by Dr. Manchester tcday. Orange. The Deltas Rhoed over the Theta I ing on victories in the coming basket new light. Vansickd's Studio, s-*
This series will
The winners of the Orange series Chi's quite neatly last Tuesday ball games but it is believed, with ;,{Side Square.
and will be one of the most inter-
will play the winners of the Blue

chance eason.eating to athletic participate Everyone tournaments in will these have of games the a, ment series on in March the finals 9th.FREE of the tourna- ..................., .................... ..... .. ..

the varsity included, and for this .
reason these games should prove
exciting.: The "Baraca Special" leaves the .

+ The games will be conducted on corner of Bnckman Hall about 9:30 : Drink at-
Sunday mornings.
i ike percentage basis. Dr. Manchester '
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has divided the clubs into -
i + + + + + + +
+ + + +
two groups, "the Orange" and the
+ I
"Blue.',' These groups will alternate +
throughout the series: that is, 1++ SPORT NOTES + .

the games will be played between + MILLER'SWhere

teams of the Orange group cue + + + + + + + + \ '

night, and between teams, of the The Gator Quintet promises its '

Blue group the next night. The best in the last five games of the ,

schedule is as follows: basket ball season. Practice is go-

ORANGE SERIES- ing on in a hard, determined man : Service and Satisfaction Meet
Feb. 20-Alachua vs. Hillsboro, PolkYa. ner; the men are ready to defeat .
Leon, Miami vs. Lake. Rollins and the Hatters, and It is : -

Fa 23-Leon vs. Lake Hillsboro. vs. believed that they will do much bet- ,
Miami, Alachua vs. Polk. ter against Savannah "Y" and Trin- #

F.b. 27-/ liboro vs. Lake, Alachua ity. Let's get behind them, Florida: ........... ....................... ..... ..


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IN CHAPEL WEDNESDAY TO SPEAK ....................... .! .. ... ..... .. i
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Do not forget that Mr. C. E. Dray- : t

er, secretary of the American Association .
Engineers, will be the V'

I noon speaker, Feb.!" in. 15.Wednesday chapel, on Wednesday e Good Enough" is.' ..
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)l BdaY- .* I" .
FALSE KISSES evening' at se enc"clcek not good enough :
the A. A. E. chapter of the, r r .
university of Florida will have
a :
HELITRUPE business meeting and smoker in the : in Porter's Fitforni Clothes for young

'I' T. M. C. A. building. The meetingwill hien and older men who want to stay j :
WednesdayMay be over by eight o'clock so that \
members and : young. In the tailoring of the3e superbly -
McAvoy in i guests will have *a
MORALS j chance to attend aty: other,meetings ] styled garments the "easy way" / : !

Thursday h t scheduled for that evening. : makes way for the'better way and: %\ l'.

Pauline Frederick in I MY LAST. DOLLARI "How fine can they be made?" crowds L

LURE OF JADE out the usual manufacturing question :
saw it once before, > .
Friday 'Twas in a "roll" with more- -="Ho wfast can they be made?" L ,. ; ..

MAN, MARRI-' Ah but then, .
WOAD Rome larger bills I had *
m Which made my spirit glad-' : WE EARNESTLY INVITE EVERY r'

Saturday- "I wculd lend! MAN OF TWENTY TO THREE J ; ; / ,
: Ford my younger day, I : TIMES TWENTY TO SEE THcl :

You'd .hear my friends all say, NEW SPRING STYLES WITH TOE 9
"Gee, how fat!" : .
But now it's grown, so thin- /- t .
,This wallet, it has been LABEL IS AN ADDITIONAL .- t

Tennis Football I long, and love to tell <) QUALITY.' .

,Of days.with wealth and,*wel1I --- '.......- .-' ... .. <;:
Baseball BasketballQUALITYSERVICE I : ,0- .
i They are gone!! ,
,But r.ere'sto jys I had v> ..... .. "fev ;( \ \ : :

f t!On this here, street, my lad-"_ : O '

I, They've withdrawn! \,..' .' ; Everything Men and Boys WearJacksonville y'_ \ ;:.>
I* i, '
. Baird Hardware Co. i ,7: ;:: :;:, >
So now, I walk the street / :: I X --; \
While every one I meet .
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: ;.
Nods his head; '
This action se-ms to say, I
I "I1 'd morev in his day, r .. O
'I ,. As I've said." II \ I, .
Js H 0 E S I I .
r t ., .
I TJiis pocketbook, so slim, .. '4 Corner Bsr and Laura .
;; H B. M. TENCH HOt tIs holding just the,skim-, .' ...-' (t
The last one! \ '"' '; '.> A.
I' t '> ,: H 'V'i
I lone and tattered, wornout bill;; -' .' .' .. .; ."
Gainesville, 0 .Yet I keep it, and save it still-'V" i : ,.. :.,i-. --F ,- : ..... -' -- ,, ,- .. -' "'---

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H' 0 E How it's, spent!- down and 'carried to the hospital.f j every student in the car. But when rFirst Those Lawyers

Then, squeezing 'it more tight, When the Sophs and Rats had had : the train got to town the Vhcle I Attorney-"Your Honor, unfortunately -
\I I. gang piked out of the windows awl!
, I "pocket it" from sight- their fill of fighting they tock a train succeeded in It ; I am opposed ban ft.-
getting was
. ..'._------ That last cent! home, all piling into one car. When, j some night. mitigated scoundrel."
I ", I the demanded fares, he I
ORAH iQRTON conductor Second Attorney-"My learned
'Cause when it's' gene, I'm broke; t.
1 I. x J ,was told to beat it. He locked the Is it so? "'
Thus, in those days, we spoke friend is such a notorious liar-
OVELTIES j !doors cf the car and when the train "When a man is in a bore people
we laughed I Judge (sharply-"The) cotuwel
1 I Art and Gift Shop O. Dollar, that I hold, ''leached Metuchen he telephoned to begin'\ throw in the'I dirt." J
II i New Brunswick to tell the police will kindly confine their remarks M
I Pictures and Picture fa j
We're both agrowing -
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Agents for I Last Tuesday night ,the, Freshmenhad a '

, Llggetts Gainesville and Norris- Candies Fla. i 11 heard a banquet about it,in where Rahway.it was The Sophs to be TH N BON TON

1 held and so forth, and went there
,one hundred and fifty strng to
t DR. TENCH break it up. The Rahway police

Dentist turned: out to stop the Sophs, as did "Gainesville's Popular Place; '-
Office Graham Building I the fire department! with their hose. .
Office Phone: Res. Phone: However, they did not phase the '
358-J" 369Jm Sophs, who overwhelmed both forces ,

I and nearly killed one of the cops, and Stationary, Cigars, Cigarettes and Tobacco, Hot and Cold Irinks ..
$1 1a ... ... ..... _a'----II j turned the hose full force on the
il\ W. S. DORSEY& CO. |firemen. They broke every window / .

t I Everything in Groceries 1! !way in the, and restaurant turned, the wrecked banquet it in into every a Agents for the Martha Washington and Johnston- Candies ,

I| For Goodness Sake Drink bombardment of bricks, dishes, food:

!J DORSET'S DELIGHT COFFEE!I etc. The mayor of the town appeared -
l .- 4 cn the scene, only to be knocked '
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j: Clover Miller .__.....______._._.._.__._.....----_:-- ------- __.Managing Editor Bo, you know what?-

I ,i'i J Rq"bertVrny ..____-....---_...*..--"..... _...-_ .-. --.-.Assistant .Sfanaging Editor } ., MEN

r I t I t Icjchard: } Sias __. .-..- .. ..'-- '......'.....' .. .,....... -. ...'.."POr:ins '.Editor Well) this ,college 2; UNIVERSITY .' .--4> .

lf I",'I I Robert Placer :__.:_J: f/-.__..._._...:_=.: ..__.......-<:;-'_-.0__, i.-:;.,.:...Society. Editor Life.:'salright... :' ;" ,' p ..... ... ?; : : .4._/ 1tt

j ,bJ.: Harold Klock _..._:..:.__u..._..._____. ._...._..._..._ __ .......Exchanges Demand value and 'style f' ., : _,:'< '..< :

It'J't K, K Hansen, Ozzy; Die .___-_...___-,--.__-_________..__Personals 'Cept theStudyin' .. 'l' .

F l t Brand Clothes :
f REPORTERS part Society .... .
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'H,! ;; Ed. Woodberry, William Parmenter.. Beach Hazard, J. D. Wheeler, Fred 0'.the game. t '- l! -"i\\ .* Hanan Shoes, Manhattan. Shirts, Knox Hals .

r: ::: Mansour, Frank Elmore, Rolf Buckley, Hubert Weeks, '.William DuBois .''..-*T (

1;, ;i! L. L. Thompson. Y' come.. in T Are featured lines 'in the Giddeons Store. ;

I I"1?It;i t I .' BUSINESS DEPARTMENT Some night ..4.*. |f" . I IA I
II 'i i L i f Alack White _..._.._. .......... ..........__...Business Manager After catchln : "''; -1j' Hail orders a specialty.. \ ',' ,-.

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!'J l : :T Td .- 'Entedas second-class matter, September 28, 1912, at the postoffice at \ ., :,
I !, ; Gaineavfle.Fla., under the Act.of !March 3d, 1879. Professor 'n' .yo' "' M. .- '.:':
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""llft j I Rate:-=The Florida :Alligator, $1.50 the year. Brain's all bet* f. ?!." ..'r' .

r I. f" I Ii1 I ; KNOCK BEFORE ENTERING- Up to where _. :\;"..-..,*"... $ I HENRY.GLDDENS:, '. 'CLOTHING, W" ',":" "-

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: I 'We all know that etiquette among college boys is almost a '.. TAMPA\ FLORIDA .
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I'f minus quantity. This is probably as it should be for the good and Dozen or so .- .
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t;IIiHn;f"; I happiness of all concerned ; but certain little, fundamental things Books aroun' T*.." !V" '. .

I should not be overlooked even in the most impolite society. -- r '-" :
Snatch, off yo'Tie .
?'*::$*One of these little things is the almost obsolete formality ....

f i ugge5ted in the title. It seems to have become: the custom among. run yo' r ,' '. ''t.
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t. I ,' f us. to take our welcome for granted wherever I I
!; appearance.' No doubt we are welcome, or we would not be led to !
t. i '
1. think so, but out of consideration for the other: .fellow, it is as little Hairan' yell ,1 .._ :::;:;:
.1 'MODERN .
Wit' ajump-5 UTAwgtat'
do to knock "D--m sure pasThis & ,
: j as we can before entering. ThereHs:such a thing

-Offbeing'too familiar even with our best friends/"and we:"have all I I ; '-:; F",:; r 'N'' take a .. : ',''' 'k 'j He -
course or ,1 .-...._.._ u : | ki Ie.d'the noble-! Jbdjoimi
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) i IR neara, very iiKeiyt at some time or another, what such familiarity I I Die!" An' then '! .'! Look at yo' :4'. Of the skin he made.KB a*

E II breeds. .:, .w > : Made them with tie far$2e.
t i Put yourself in the other fellow's place. Doesn't it peeve you Yo' trim yo* "'''! -- Watch- ;,: 1. ..t't'P1- .: ;...;.f; Made* them. with the sbaak\. \

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". J somewhat to be unexpectedly broken in upon 'without the least t Wick for the '' -- ----3 '1'I -0 An' it'sez ,n j>:< t4: r .- .He. ; to get the ,warn a&.rPut .'

warning? No matter what are doing, like to know just -T j ; the
you you Burnin' o' the .' : %. -" 1'welvethirtya! : 1 ; skin! "side i
,j when you are going to have company. So say we all. 'I % ." He; to get, the :coldPjUt '
I I | Midnight Oil-.' "" :ti; :\f7 An' yo' slamYo' E-1f.: :' .\ the warmzide .-
p t. ; Privacy is a privilege that should not be inadvertently sinned I I ; 1i!
f ... ..-. f TI1ti''s whylhe; f
il pint fl
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I against.; So knock before entering matter'who to book down .
no you are or Grab yo' book'N' i.
t I T '. .c\ t._. <..". .., .' I Why'he put thesl f
f whose domain you are about to enter, unless i it be your own. Because I start rt'bone.'c: ; :;: .. An' say,."Oh. .. ',.:.rc! .. 1 I Whylhe; ; turned them ms e--
: if you don't you might find the door locked next time, and I. I 1--- ;-. t'1 ;' A"< i.n.1

t, !4..il such, an act necessary .to effect an entirely satisfactory interview. But bye V bye titf--- 1-- :;. : Hell. ; aint. -school. .- ',: t .
I : !14 Get in the habit. Make it one of your entrance requirements. The printin' ?'- : Grand?" An' : -, I i'.-*Ra{*-( This sure hoc''. Beta 1)). sup M

'U If you don't, the other fellow might have to make it so for you, .' -. i I winter.'
Gets blurred- r- : Hit the Proverbial
;a which he has a perfect right to do pb-Yes. ....,. It. cam ri t
no matter :how it may impair ..y ,:" '< .Cf'. '1'F
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I : ; your An' y' see a :1 : : : '
pride and hitherto thought limitless familiarity. -t:1 Presbyterian C. E. wants, touseeyou isne .1l t
I'I ; Rat-Summer s+ : .
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aLookin' '1': evening at6:30 o'clock
,. ..f' .1 hurry. I-
f I i ""j!/ j .... The first semester examinations are now over and everyone I Do your sleeping in the afternoon. ,;" ,.. Soph.":"..Yes. ., it.canje on I'I!
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i well breathe ._ : 1t' 'tJ1 ," Come to Sunday-school in .the morning ring. I
II flay a sigh of relief-or disappointment, as the case ls l I -: I
: ''* the ,readin' .... .. -.' '. t I t
4 : 7nay be. In either situation it should be kept in mind that anoth- .: s. .' I : t j
I i such .. I Daughter---"I'm to ruth a? '
yer occasion is scheduled for this year and that the Ufiter be. ..' y.-: ., ,-- i t
passport Mrs. .
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Solomon Says .
I : ation IMothei ,
Jill t : -
I' "., is: largely made ,possible by the daily and monthly grades which 'N' y' smile. w. r'fl.: ;V : Being the content of the first inter* I .: ;Mary,. I lope I .

I.' II. come before the finals. "Don't put off. until tomorrow what you ... I view between the Alligator and the never again hear such aa e&
:can do today!1" _Or 'maybe. yo* : ., Seven Hundredth Wife. I Please remember that ant .
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; 1 J,1 Go on turnin'1': ; ,. i t- My son, plaid" stockings do not men ". perspire and JCUf
1 ; ; .* < a'golf f glow!" .
4 player, tortoise;
nor shell
The 'Ga rs have returned from their first road trip without O'er the pages I -. ',,-, .' spectacles : .
fj S a highbrow. Neither
1 "irj : single victory to their credit, but the one-point margin with An' dreamin'. vAs '- -- ", 7'-f.' knowledge of the cinema make dotha New Rat="Gee, this I in
: which the a
l' widely-touted Mercer tossers wise "
I emerged after a fast fu J t ., man. place.
\;I I! rious game played} on their home how. you're : '.". For "Right yOfl r
court against a team that had t .--! : .,.; r in the photoplay, all sirens areas Repeater d!a
"i. been on the go for three or four days speaks well for Florida'schances I Mark Antony wit; : ;- .. r I one siren, and that one is obvious; you'll appreciate it mON ti

j.;' in the S. I. A. A. tournament to be held. in Atlanta Febru '. :: ..". :- ... but in Babylon there dwell seven first five' years." AIt6
'' A college boy's :- times The Morninr .
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23-28. seven varieties
ary I I ;f' & of Vamps, and 1ed'1ad!
i Line, a driftin'
I *'. The man who does the least I j.- I charge thee. consider this Rat-"So that'a "why' Y'sour'
expects the Down
i most.. Don't-be one the : ': with a'receptive this morning.
of! those who shun all responsibility and offer nothing :,'. = i... ..___i ,_ _* u attitude. When a -
,. but criti- Dreamy Nile,5-, u..Uo:>ei looxetl1.at thee thru her l t tI
cism to the doers, one who never strikes : : 1' lashes Shock Dreams'Is
out with any definite aim ; when she practiceth I
; in view and at the same time Wit' Gleo in' '; glance the side V
I r looks to reap the reward of the ; when she droppeth her I'I I '"Regulars
F : worker. Do something, and even if it is A '..- significantly, yet eyes
; wrong it will point out L string o' pearls, -r' artfully; whenshe --
1 1 :the pathway to that which is right. gazeth at thee soulfully as one Washington, February 1.'
An' seeing -
a grin a r',"': visions the "
1. it' be not hypnotized, and dreams!" That is whAt

Fellows U. of F. is J ISittin' on -- -- ,. take heed.. thinks of the stogy
r plated to boom in athletics ; .. ri army
this'y.ear.. Let 't 1 For
this senate
: is J .
the the
been told to
: 'Gator Optic
every loyal fall into _
line Vamp
and plant the Yo' knee. : -r --- r who
standard 1 W
of the mesmerized her of wholesale illegal J
Orange and Blue where it belongs, at the top! charmeth as the cat rt
Or the of soldiers
p'raps if -:- bird. And executions 4
: ':.. ., '' seeth in thine what she "Thse fellows dreAIlled .
The editor of The Alligator Yo' imagination tion eyes is but the.reflec CoIo
attended the ; r" of her said
; press .breakfast own conquest. killings, J

given by the Tampa Rotary Club in the Cigar City last W edt' 1 Aint as stretchable ..t. ': I repeat, my son, in Babylon there Dorey, formerly a 4T'rem tJ
nesday. Recognized in are seven mander in the third
papers all parts of the State times seven 1
'; q rented and the fact that The Alligator was were repreI As all that- S ; II Y'/ Vamps and the Optic Vamp varieties of i of a number of reguar ar
included speaks 1 well means the is by no todayinvestigating befor
"for' official! Y' think '- r- least of to appear
a publication.
.. .our as t.r 9. there'is these. Flee while commdtee'dreamed
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d US ; better -
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men than
How them
yore playin v. __ been snared- ye of
.' They have quit asking a lover how the ..
affair is II I mental
4 getting along. Leadin' ... severe
i ,Now-a-days it is "How is your cotton man THE They ,
getting .
I along? it's OF I :
c .badiwhen) there is a Goat'concerned and the presi tent's office To Pola Negri! Soph-"Go. do it- 'Rat TYPES!' nplsh comrades 'as act you\ f'

to leave of absence re- boiled.: I'm hard- in a little while
fuses sign a
: one has
sing the
L Boll Weevil bye 'n' bye Rat-"You vince them that the
Blues act 'stude'
r to "
Y me. true.. .
J' come to
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adrertist te. Patronize 'Cam r

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"* COMING) EVENTS 1 athletic committee I appointed I by the I Anthony Suit Special.

'fi' ll-"Spanish Nights" President as one of he regular committees .
S; I1-Dt1ta Rho Fraternity 'of .the ..Ch b., ,: It is felt that .

." this is a very important factor in I

**\, S-Sigma Nu Fraternity the life of the Club and J -" :
lin has proven himself a wide-awake ...1.
10-8' A. E. : Fraternity J s f.
itb member by this -
.presenting ammend- "
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1 ':Mr. McClenton did arrive ) :,
'Serenaders", aJiia&nt not in $15 .
4e Seminole the time to give his scheduled talk gn :,{ :, .
orchestra on cam- "
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dance at the Wo- "The Mussel Shoals ,Project" and it ; ;;_ ; Ir
script ) .
',flit dab a last Friday night with is hoped that the Program Committee I ,,<:,-/. -' .' -r*" .. : "- : '.:
will Ss. .
give him another '
Melton in charge. opportunity GET YOURS EARLY -
j to render the discussion. 4
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The program for the .
next meeting '
; < PLEDGES'i h t :
was read and will be posted on the
"Masgiierader\s"; club has Bulletin Board in Peabody Hall. All '.: MANHATTAN SHIRT SALE NOW IN PROGRESS.

hS fellowing men to takein are urged to take notice of the same '

thh coiningproduction of and turnout in a goodly number so j.> "_ STOCKUPNOW .,. -

jjnsi' Nights"i'Robert Harris that the Club may ,continue to have .: : ,.
J U&elie, Edgar Bushie Urlin interesting meetings as usual. \ ;;.,' "
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Francis Parker, James Eth-,
Eugene Foy Albert .Jones, ;> :
a T Wallis, James Clark, Frank *;* :. I
William Sheppard, Ray ; u ;,";. :: "

'.. ,- Stuart Pomery, Harry The honor of the Ag. Rats is, at 1 .- }, i ,' .t,
'' stake. 'A team' from their ranks : ; -',. -' "I
y and Robert McClure. 'will be called upon to debate the ...".".'..".---'" > "

:Arts and Science Rats the affirmative j HILL BUILDING f .
side of the question Re- > .
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this Reek. has been marked by the solved: that it would be to: the best''I ;<. -. ; ,,_, : 'I
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ation of new 'men into some of interests of the American farmer to '. : '
"'frtten ities. The S. A. E.fs an9ce have the Government own and oper- w :
ate the railroads. The ... -
* the initiation of Turner Davis, engagementis 4. _
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iced Taylor, Paul Brinson, Ford scheduled for February 27. Try- A .JNAZ- .

Wcock, H, 0. Sebring, and Felder outs 'of all candidates for the team _. ,
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tesen. will be held at the Ag. Club meeting member shall at least Prof. told the
bands as he can attend to. Each give Lord following re-
The P. K. A.'s initiated LesterWaster of next Monday night, Feb. 13. "1 "
: For those who are interested, it one major performance 'each sem- j cently to illustrate how certain
Eugene Foy, Falcon Each first-year man in the College
and ester i in addition to minor numbers. j southerners still hate the Yankees:
n, Harold Ernest and Harry i of Agriculture should make it a point may be stated that the Freshmen" ,
or. to be on hand with a five-minute argument -!'Sophomore Declamation Contest will The winter's program carries a, who freed the slaves: .

Mist of the initiates of the other I prepared for a real try fora 'I be held during the latter 'part of peak load of interesting debates and A cotton farmer had acquired a

itieswill be gives next -week.ANNOUNCEMENT place on that 'team. Plenty of ma- I the present term, sometime before literary .studies, .with occasional couple of monkeys which he '_ had
terial is available in the. Library, humor and intra-mural) .
flavor of soon
the final examinations, in, order. to trained to become fairly efficient
i. and the men ,who have already de .debates will be, .in full swing. Farr '
allow the participation of 'tfaderf cottcn-pickers. his invitation his
bated the question in Ag. Club meet- Lit. is on the Lawyers track, steam- 1
ing will be ready! to give any information classmen. The Oratorical contest ing up. local cotton exchange met to attend

:Tie Delta Rho Fraternity will- be they can. which is open to Juniors and Seniors, a demonstration of the cotton-

Kiome, Wednesday af ternoonV.Tfeb.PB ] will take place on the Monday night I AN ERROR picking monkeys. All were much

" '. from three to five, to welcome Commencement. week. interested in. the possibility of a new
W', entertain their friends 'among ACS.. GETTING READY FOR GA. I The following advertisement, appearing cheap cotton-picker. In the business

faculty,and student body--of the I on page 2, this issue, should session following the' demonstration
ccanersity and the people of Gaines- i A lively debate featured the Ag. i FARR LIT. REORGANIZES .i1 lt hae"Yead: i i one member moved that there be
... 'I Club program of last Monday night.i : 'spread on the ;minutes of the meeting
i!f!': ;_ ..:,. ..: I The question was the 'one to be debated Monday evening, February 6,' after "rr,Photographs? but d different. Made a vote of thanks to the gentleman -

with Georgia Ags. in the near enthusiastic; appreciation of & nay or night, rain or nine, with my wno' had permitted them to

'F) PEABODY. CLUB NOTES future:, Resolved: that it would be good program fifty interested: men :new lighti' Vansickel's Studio, South watch his cotton-pickhig( 'monkeys.

: -- to the best interests of the Ameri- quietly organized a new literary society Side Square, Afe old "hill-billy," who had imbibed

! t meeting of Peabody Club, can farmer to have the Governmentown howbeit under an old name. freely of 'shine' arose. "MlahUr
'r4rarj: 6; was" called to order by* and operate the railroads. E. The motion ushering in the new regime THE ROAD OF BEING FRIENDSLet Charman" he said, "I objectto that

Wdent Simmons. After the reads M. Schabinger, M. A. Baker, and C. seemed simple and unportentous us no farther go along this road moshion." "What is your', rection,"

' of the<$ minutes of the last meet E: Abbott contended for the affirma- and like many other deeds' involving we're taking now, asked the chairman. "Why," said

t..l: by Secretary Work the memere tive A. J. Geiger, C. L. Walker, great consequences,. was This road that ,shines so witchingly, the speaker, "if we Spread that motion -

er? favored by a very inter- and ,Robert Wray defended the nega- quietly established. so sweet in green and dew, on the minutes every body will
!Sting as well as instructive talk on tive. The judges, C. T.. Link, B. W. II Then the fifty new charter mem- Though all its boughs are swelling know about it and them Yankees are

f Anti-Lynch Law by Mr. J. R. (I Ames, and H. G. Hamilton, awarded bers pledged themselves to high warm and all its buds are break- liable _to come down and free :them

tens who upheld his well-known I a unanimous decision to the negative literary standards exalting' the priv- ing through, monkeys." .

tion as an crater. of highly ap- Mr. M. G. Young acted as time- ilege 'JC! ated, ability. I keeper and President Chatham was resolving to require written applica- gives us two. "HOWZAT" J

The debate of the evening on the the announcer. tion from candidates, and the assign- Let us go no farther, for just beycnd
'?Position; Resolved: That the gov- I The tryouts for the team which ment of a topic to be given by the the bend i T'was a dark and stormy night

'''D1nent should own operate andfrcl will debate Georgia will be held on prospective member before a public There waits something we reck not The sun shore down in splendor,

' the industries was then tak- February 20. The big debate will session of the society. Admittanceshall of, as1 laughingly we pass; : The wintry winds were blowing hard-

*.Up. Messrs. Bullock and MeCIen- be held on Friday, April 14. be conditioned upon the satis- To catch the feet of thoughtless I \' 'was the middle of September.
*. upheld the while factoriness of this and a :
negative appearance friend there waits Wo men sttod talking face to face
'***. Peadon and Wheeler had the SHOWN IN favorable three-fourths vote of the In the road of comradeship a snare t +
J INTEREST BEING With both their backs together, -
1lnative. The strong democratic SPEAKING enrollment. for lad and lass.
eilg in the Club predominated PUBLIC Further resolve was taken that This is the fairest read of youth and The one drew out a pistol sharp

:*a when the judges who were un- is being membership should automaticallycease whitest flowers are bloominghere And the other's .head did sever.

:J*ously in favor of the negative. That a great interest and Expression : with a member's third unex- A maiden fair came down the street
& Speaking
* latter be congratulated taken in Public session The is it the Her filled with tears
are to is evidenced cused absence from regular greenest grass by eyes were ,
't the fine argument which they put in the University are more two tardinesses being held equiva- bluest sky above. She recognized the dying man and
"-'h M the brief interval given for by the fact that under Dr. lent to an unexcused absence. The But let us leave this luring path, Moaned in joy, "who is he?"
the course
.led argument and it is believed students taking beforein President's leave of absence from though pleasant be the faring He raised his headless body up

** Peabody Club is achieving great Chapman this year than school.ever Practically Gainesville, or the Nurse's certificate here, And cried. "Great Scott, it's

!cults. from these regular debates. the .stOry'hour*f the is filled l and Dr. of illness, shall constitute excus- .For just a few steps farther on be- Lizzie!
1r. Champlia. presented an amend- every work on his I ed absence. yond the bend-is LOVE. -Rat R. K. B.
xut. to the constitution to have an Chapman has as .

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eschew polysyllabic
r : GAINESVILLE FURNITURE COMPANY ously graphy. The phiIoscphical and philological -\ j

: 4) substructure of this is ineluctable Also have a good .line of Memory Books .

:. Yictrolas and Records : Excessively attenuated -
f ... verbal symbols inevitably induce unnecessary special prices.
:I : \ complexity and consequently i

+ r I t ,i ; Dt R. Cox, Proprietor : : : Telephone SG :I the mentality exaggerate,of the the peruser.obfuscationof Conversely THE UNIVERSITY BOOK STORE

f expressions which are re-
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'I'! .t sides contributing realistic ,'ersimilI eoea4ee. i0ees
constitute much less onerous
I itude a it
l i t handicap: to the reader's perspicaty. DROP IN I
1 )Observe for instance, the unmistakable -Y
II : and inescapable expressions of I
II' : I DRESS SUITS AND TUXEDOS I J onomato-pcetic. interjectional, monosyllabic II f OTTO F STOCK

t utterances, especiallywhen
t .
motivated under strenuous emotional II I '- TAILOR ;:;

1- I t We can sell you one from $35.00. to $50.00 or I circumstances. How much more t J
t pealing i their euphotious ap-I ,
I I rent you one" for $3._?:->. t tune than the preposterous and I Alteration ,:_* Cleaning pry'1g y

I Ii I tensious pomposity of elongated Phone 354 Gainesville, Florida
I verbiagte. ,
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I NUFF SED f fI .I. -=- --.- .... i
I MURPHREE": (S- (> ..+#

i! : BURNETT THE CLOTHIER 1 -- !! 4 f :.
"Rats" have always been plentiful J < AMERICAN SHOE COMF1f ;

I Ij on the Campus but never in 'Gatorhistory : <|
} have they been so bold. Previous f
j. i .1,
It j w-O--00004AeAO- O- a
to this it has been 'Gatorj
.... .... ...... year a i "*
---- - --- Louis Eliades:
j I preeedent for the upperclassmen to I Proprietor

))1' .1.1 t 1 CHESNUT'S SHOE PARLOR f ;,I keen these pests under submission j '...".> '115 W. MAIN STREET, N. PHONE 1 1MN.
j t .and though, at times. they were com- j *
f t i pelled to resort to the use of the fI j 5 D. Cooper, Agent; Room 13, Buckman :
I Electric Shoe Repair Department Work Guaranteed
I t. J I"club" they have kept the rats hum- f 1i
SHOE SHINE PARLOR I .i ble and conscious of distinction.Memories '\:H) < O ..t1
I. :, eo.i e@ess_ __'eossOOf. I II .. -:; ..':: :D
.... "CD' ....vie. .... ..... sseeeI j! of-an "efficient ShippingBoard"have ;...
w caused the upperclass- WHEN YOU EAT
JOHNSOVS PHARMACY "men cf 1l! lto depart: from precedents .
I 'f Drags :Medicines, Stationery, Toilet and Rubber Goods f and let the pests run wild. '. at the Ks
We guarantee personal! attention to Prescriptions. Only I Consequently they have lost all of
j ", *:* i purest drugs used. Low prices. Quality considered. t their usual timidity and now, no! only The ,'Gainesville Cafeteria -':,
I .
I I Gainesville, Florida. I the old haunts of the dormitories, but .
\ -- - --- !I the whole surrounding country is infested YOU GET :.-

DO BUSINESS WITH I Our president with the "rodents.waS brought" face to i.: A SQUARE MEAL : >

) face with this deplorable condition at a
B-\\ '
v II I recently when "
one Rat J. S. Taylor SQUARE DEAL PRICE
I \ .J
Jr., "attacked
him on the Gainesville ...
"The New Million Dollar Bank" Resources Over $2,50uCUO if
Golf Links. So ferocious: was the atn, "t ;-- .1-- :
,. tack that the president was compelled i
SSSSHHSHSSSKfi to use a club. The Rat also
!Ii ready with his club and the battle of ,,
: I .. .g *THE PHIFER STATE BANK |31 I President and Rat ensued over acres McBOWALL'S {
i' of ground until they both had played
; Strong Safe and Accommodating
for nine holes. As the affray ended :'
: ; 55s! aSsbsKHSffiHPopular the president had struck the most

'licks but by the rules of the game the PARLOR
Rat was proclaimed the winner. Shallit
I Go'ods at Popular Prices atBURKHIM'S I be "Rat supremacy: 'forever." MAKE YOURSELVES AT.HOME

.! ;1 I The deaths of loneliness: A safety i I Agency Honings orth.s Unasual Gaadies:

I 1 "razor in Russia. --
: f >' .L; I I r 4

ri Now is the time to buy The Dunn-Ren which is
: impractical self-fill- First Term-June 19-July 29. I. Tampa, Florida
ZER;common sense fountain pen WITHOUT BOTHER or annoyI!I Second Term-July 31-Sept. 2 ICE CREAM, LUNCH AND CIGARSj

1 ance of a RUBBER SAC and is the future fountain pen. For sale +; The Summer_ Quarter is an integral s 50S FraakUn Street H i

.! ty U C. SMITH Jeweler, South Side Square. I ; part of the University Year, the .
courses being the same in character -
I < 4
and credit value as !in the oth'r miar-
ters of the year. SEE

H.' SPORTING GOODS Degrees are conferred upon men Vidal Drug CompanyFOR .j

I and women for summer work. DRUGS, STATIONERY, TOILET ARTICLES
.. Football Baseball i The Master's Degree may be obtained CANDIES, SOUVENIR CARDS, WATERMAN PE; S*
Hardware of all Kinds- in three Summer Quarter -
It offers opportunities unexcelled : .
in -- -;-- -" &
See Us +the South and makes a strong appealto i
THE THOMAS COMPANY teachers seeking broader scholar I
ship and training and wider social i if Glasses Fitted
Phone 22 f contacts, and to college students desiring -I I 4 i f
WEST SIDE OF SQUARE !; to complete degree I
i roents. require-I Eyes Tested i-
; - Attendance last 2429
- - quarter from
1 I twenty-nine states and foreign coun I
Ir ST: PATRICK'S I II.. Broken lenses '
CATHOLIC CHURCHEast ,tea.. ; duplicated in one hour's

'i t pus.in most America.beautiful and unique cam. f timeC.H.COLES&SON
Main Street, North
i t t Accommodations ;t reasonablerates. I -.j;

I Tuition for non-Virginia students L...w c--... E)
Jlcv. John Conoley, S. T. L., Rector. Telephone 629 .f 515 per term.Entertainments ., -

s t music festival excursions. a
Sundays-Holy Mast and Sermon 10:30 a. m.; eveningservices GAINESVILLE PLANING AND COFFIN CO.Flooring :
7:45 p. m. f For illustrated folder and full
announcement Ceiling, Siding Finish } House Bid
I write to Complete
Weekdays-Holy Mass, 7:00 a. m. Ieseeoe |
CHARLES G. MAPHIS, Dean, Daily Capacity 25,000 Feet. GaIn SYW ,fl
J ,o University, Virginia. --


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_-.-- -- _.1. -.- .. __ THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR PAGE SEATO
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them in the final drive to '- --- --, I _--
BE raise funds .
l\IGN\ for the camp the- girls propos to ----:. .- /

10 A ACA HERE FORUIPFLASTACOWO heard build. :Most of the student body has I I
campus tag-day here -Furchgott's' Men's tore i
at the college to give the help the i

( girls ask. Some information is given I !

---- below that will enable those r'j !.
contribute :
of the Florida State Colt to know that they j
& are giving < '
Women have asked the atui ,toward a worthy cause. I -- T. ,> ..
t-; of the University to assist The State College for Women own I i\\\ 2t>. .

a piece of land on Lake Bradford, a .....-- -.' ..... Thehest .
.... beautiful lake about four miles from t I.) :-: .;.',
I Tallahassee. L oJ( : "

EAT t their 'bathing Here parties the and girls their hold annual t !W ht r rt ?%; place'c

"i' tI I "Water Sports Day." A year ,- If.\\.:',_}"-.. f' 1 ,.t .._".-",'.'_'.'-.--.'. -.f, .... .,. .._ \
ago last fall one of them : ,'l\1l i .1:; -, I
conceived : J'7: in Florida -
4tjpector's the idea that it would be an ideal .;. ,: t' _.. __:; ; !.
place to build & w1 -l,1':; ..
a camp house for the -- I
=; students of F. S. C. W. ;! : J : ; : :
; W. University ATC. built by funds gathered and have it "'yt44Jfrr to shop! "_._' ,--_. '
from all over \ I
the state of Florida, these funds to "". :!: -
HEAL TICKETS: t be solicited and worked for by the ...1 : : "'";'
t girls -of) the college. '-
Meal Tickets.. $3.90 consulted Builders were : /.
pflO I as to the cost cf a suitable .t h..'

I.OO! Meal Ticket ..$2.40 I was building decided and l upon.the estimate The students of $3000 of f \ I :- <-- *TKo Store Accommodating' r

F. S. C. W., "
ALL TIMES under the guidance of Write wants
}HEALS at t the Dean of Collega Home and with us your 7'

1 L"M. to 11 r. Y. the consent and when you can't come
approval of
t ttrr President -
,; CoTadi went .
to work to
: t tlS-we're different t the $3000.A _. secure 1;r, "i lziHo; heart of Jacksonville

F .... .-ill' ... 48 systematic
publicity scheme has ..
ooaJOHN 1 been carried outf which has reachedall I ) "im 1f: :r _> .. ----i_ t'l.-- ;;-"" "'-- .BaU

B. SUTTONAttorneyAtLaw t the Alumnae and newspapers all], -.- --, -.. .. ___ _u__
over the state. During summer vacation will decide the matter at a meeting I Burrie-Rat, didjaever hear thestory 'I II SERT
f the girls held tag-days, and 1 INDIVIDUAL
Bank in chapel. I c the guy who flunked Chem.I .
Ml Gtizens Bldg. various forms of
t Two plans have been, suggested.One 1 ?
TAMPA, FLORIDA I which brought in.good amounts to
& the fund. A teg-day: by classes was is to contribute a lump sum Rat-Nope.
0ss from the special fund. The other is
..,,...,.. ..w.i held on November 3, 1921. which will Bunnie-He hadda take it over
more interesting ani:! probably
netted a total of $405.43. The again. DINING HALL
girls be productive of greater returns for
:Jj S. BODIFORDand ;
i, collected a good sum from the citizens Sign on door in Thomas Hall: /
the girls. This second plan is to :
of Tallahassee in their cam "This door was made to fill this hole."
hold a tag-day on the. campus ad Chef Jones Makes Change Which
The I
paign. Sophcmores the i
COMPANYDruggists won give a reward for service. Ths two Busbee-"Do you know that guy?" : j
honors by bringing in a total of Pleases Student Body and
members of the student bcdy who Wallace-"Yes; he sleeps next to
, : Phone 32 $160.68. 1 Gives Work to More?
sell the mcst tags will be permitted me in Political Science." no .
I. r The fund now stands at $2650. .
the Tallahassee
-eoosom. -- to carry money to Dr. Fair "The covered
f Just one more push is needed andit I to present It to the treasurer of the Chef. Jones has completed his
this will
semester the
extend to
everything Electrical | will be possible to start the build- fund. The lucky ones will go over para-and change to a system of individual! ser-

JOS. J. SEYKORA II ing this spring. What the girls desire when the band gees if this plan is ',graph Sheats.'headed" "Byron Kelly vice at meals at the University Com-

I vI is that some scrt of campaign: adopted. Here is a royal opportunity mons. The old "grab it and growl"or
I Plow )107 Gainesville, Fla. |- be pufon here at Florida to help in for! some of the fellows who are-
!._" that last push. The .student body interested in somebody else's sister :iconsider I his ways and be wise. there's any left)" has gone into dis

4II e at the W:man's College to get a I Tom Ferguson-I've worn this tie card. Everyone seems pleased witk
NNi 00.r r r free trip over there. There will be out in high society many times. the new method of service.

f big doin's when the band gives its Al Chef. Jones made ...
-----l j I Moore Yes; it looks like it was the change complete -
Weaver's Steam LaundryFOR concert for the young ladies and who worn out a long time ago. soon after Christmas! He be.

i II I wouldn't do a little-. ag-selling for I I I gan an experiment just before the
such a reward? Why not shave With sharpened holidays to see how the fellows would

HIGH CLASS CLEANING AND PRESSING Is t Announcement of the plan tof :blades? See Driggers, 36 Backman. respond to his new system. The re-

.. .... .... .... .... .... ... -- + rsrir..ro+ campaign will be made at an early sults warranted its substitution so-

.......................... date. Here Is a chance! for every I Too Much Business-"I just want- I I he gradually began working it 1*.
r. .l fellow to help out in some way toward ed to see the doctor to geta beer He started "breaking in" studentsin

a good cause. prescri ption." the kitchen work created by the,
c Let your next Quit be a .
:. "Sorry. but be's laid up with writ- new policy. Determination of new
Dr. Bnwald is teaching the Methodist er's cramp.".New York Worl3. dishs needed required time. Delay
FASmON p4 Baraca Class. Come and bear / I in their arrival after being ordered

| him. took more time. Finally, however
Did you know you could make]
he had the service going two meals
,I. R .1.1FITFOR your old razor blades is good as new :
a day. Because of the of
IN BIOLOGY XI for about 2 l-2c each? See Priggers nature
I the food served for breakfast this
in Buckman.
i i I >meal could not be individualized.
: f Nelson: Prof. Cody, is it dangerous Now, each fellow can get"a proper
> to garlic one's throat bi- FARM WANTED-Wanted to hear I
with share of food. The individual dishes .
SOLE AGEN.TS; : chloride. from owner- of a farm for sate; give I i of corn, peas potatoes meat or

Prof: (with an expression as of not lowest price, and full particulars.L. whatever happens to be on the menu,
PHIFER BROS. DEPT. STORE Z understanding): Is it dangerous to Jones, Box 551. Olney, 111. insure each person's leaving witha

"iV. do what? >- )tf) i feeling of satisfaction. Such a*

Gainesville, Florida Nelson: To garlic with bichloride; : even adjustment of food was im-
you know-like we garlic with lister-I, or- + + or- + + + + + + + + + >possible in the days of old.

me.. + + 1 In addition to the individual service

.........f You + SENIORS ATTENTION + !!. other changes have been made. <-
................ Prof. Cody-Garlic mean .
...... .... gargle I + --- + Student help has largely replaced
f. Nelson: Garlic-gargle-(business + The number of each kind of + negro labor, with the exception of

t.. of scratching his head). Yes; I+ invitation each senior wants + a small necessary force of negroea
edtling, Pillow Cases, that's it-gargle! + must be turned in at once, to A. + to do the cocking and odds and ends
+ N. Sollee, 11 Buckman Hall. + students do the work from one end
pets, Blankets I 7 + There are three (3) styles of + of the meal to the other.
According to the story'of. one"Dizzy" + invitations; the first is leather, 4 The new system has worked bene-

NOVELISES t a love loafer in the Bon Ton + costing 60c each; the second is + fits in several ways. Students who .
: RIBBONS RIBBON on a lax day, little Artha Doty was +the the haying
same as first only + take their meals under it TJO longer
1/k MADE TO SPECIAL ORDER s 0We t seen sipping water in the rear end of ,.+ a cardboard cover and cost- + face the problem of the survival of

the shop-from a glass. He enjoyed + ing 30c; while the third is a + the fittest. Several more fellows

Keep Everything for Your Room looking at his reflected marselled + sheet invitation with/envelope, + who needed financial aid were able to
_ beauty in the mirror in absence, of + costing 81-2 cents. State the + secure it. An economic comparison

: anything lovelier to gaze at. On fin- + number of each kind you want + of the new and the old system has ,

: ishing the drink the squat Bnunmel + and sign your name on the + not yet been worked' out? definitely. '

sidled up to, the looking glass. Sat> + sheet. You may order as many + The total amount of food now consumed :
isfaction shone in his diluted blue + of each as you wish and remember + is somewhat larger than was t

I eyes, as he coyly flashed his elephantine + that this is your only + consumed under the old plan; but

I''' GAIN2SVILLEFLORIDA. teeth, remarking the meantime, + chance. Please do this at once! 4 student help works for less wast

I flatteringly, with a musical twitter, + + and breakage and for increased. efficiency
_ t < "Bool you cute thing!" + + + + + + + + + + + + of labor.

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i COACH RICHBOURG Moss, Gunn. Scott: Murphree, Harris TRYOUTS HELD TO I, OUT OP THB PAST-.

-------l and others. MEET .>Ont of the past I win) J
T i iY I t SEASON NEXT MONDAY Simmons, Lester, gift t *:
} f j Among the letter men who held The remnants of life tbr:
I FlfK r )
, t (Continued from page one
; Continued from Page One) down positiors in the outfield last As they were torn by
I' The judges
their \
t I t at Gainesville. year are Carlton and Gray. Carltonis jnake follows Dean Trussler, flight :
: titeJ
were as
; I THE STYLES t I I A game will probably be arranged the Caters' fleet-footed outfielder his, Roemer, Dr. Bristol, and Dr. Dr.j I As stripped by my -i
have of
r''with who bids fair to one
j- the Michigan to pain
t University of Those selected for the team ; -j
I [be played here, and with Auburn to I best years in college baseball? He E. Fleming. .J. S. Hall, tf. B. !f l Collect them again \hoI

H f t At i be played at Auburn. I and has great hitter.ability as a base runner\ I i IE.Walker J. R. Wells; alternates, B I I afar, i

: Practice has been called fcr all a i J. H. Wise. I
t. I W. McGinnis and Those
for outfielders fragments w ,
t.I the prospects -
J pitchers and catchers on Monday, As usual during the retirement of r holds
I I I ,, February 13th, and every man expecting this year are: Work, Duncan,:;I the judges, speakers were called on : :
BAIEY'Si Hitchcock, Owens and others. !And treasure them more
: I i to go out for these positions from the .audience. Among: those
. i I, 1 is expected to report for duty.I Lee Work, *F- man cf '19, is i called on. were Mr. Johnson and Mr. i things that are. .::A:
t f '.* I From the reports, it is gathered that back with us this year and will go Jones, president of the Sophomore time in his fligHaJll

: ''t" Emanate from a careful I, j there are quite a number of prospective out for a position !in the outfield:] class. Mr. Johnson discussed the. I II } if

t survey of college styles 'I twirlers on the campus. Work- .is fast 'oc.. his feet and a sure J subject!I t of Panama Canal tolls, and j Out of the past I wiB ga hej)i!

: I I throughout the country. 'I Among the last year's pitchers fielder.It shifted his conversation to relating care |i
j t that are back this year are Hart- is clear that the Gators have 1 his trip on the Triangular De- The pieces of joy that I fe$ '

,man and Wallace. George Hartman the greatest baseball season in the baticg team when he was a Fresh- I And set them as gems to a i$

iH f. -SUITS ,It I I ranks as one of the best college histbry of the University ahead f1,,I man. This was enjoyed by all, and I I rare sI

4 t OVERCOATS II i pitchers in the country: and is expected them. There are many aspirants"ifor j!the suspense of waiting for the t I In the treasures I hold m:milt

t *v I, to win most cf his "starts" baseball positions who do not .:judges decisions somewhat lessened. }| So fixing them all In mem i'

i t RAINCOATS : I I this year. When George gets going I I have their names mentioned above, j jf |;Finally the judges entered, and their' {j That each will show in its pT,
; right one can safely say that the f simply because they are not known,i I selections were announced, after *!i The portion of pleasure it i

t CAPS I ; game is his beyond a shadow of aj i but nevertheless it is expected that which the meeting adjourned. ;,I grasp S
I -HATS and I doubt. j(there will be several "dark horses"come i With all of its
'I I [ beauty H*.grv,
i Wallace is another I up,before the season has progressed -j :
| capable man, j UNIVERSITY RIFLE TEAM I i .....
: t ISHIRTS lI I !and big things are expected of him +| : very far. So Gators if you I SHOOTS UNIV. OF TENN. I''[ Out of the past I will '"
(l this season. I Ij are not known, come out ard makeyourselves
UNDERWEAR I Ij I | glistening g&tWj-
._ ...
j known make
4 Among the other good prospects { and a nam 4 4t. !,Are woven together

i j I HOSIERY( I II j for the pitching staff this year are: J r for yourself and for Florida. J JI t. Continued from Page One) skill --I

I I :;; Gray, Dickson Williams, Vansickle, I I i Trigger pull-Not Jess than 31 To save every bit of tie we
; Boswell and others. "Skinny" Williams GATOR tJAGERS:: FAIL TO 1 pounds. !
I I Thus forming them. into a patk! ,!
) I Ii r who hails from Jacksonville WIN GAMES CUT PLAY S&r g-The gun sling may be used I neat' -
!1 t seems a very likely candidate. MERCER OFF THEIR 4.in Xn positions in connection with
I (! I I j though nothing is known of him AI-I FEET t;' ,.<*; only. I That every line be embs...<
x I Best Values in'the State !an'arm : To make the beauty gati jft
t ; I reports are correct: he is a coming' up |
I Time-Slow fire, of
average 11 j '
[youngster of ability and farm. Dick- (Continued from Page One) plete ;
1 I1 I- minute shot.
It J 1 i I son is expected t be one of the mainstays The game started with Florida passing Prizes-Based on th* total num- j j In value received for &e
t the all around Savannah and out-
f f1 on pitching staff this sea- ter cf points made by each team in i
1 i playing her, }but once th-? ball was ; Out of the past I will ga J!
\\1 I. I sor.Gray the six stages, team prizes will be
BAILEY I an outfielder of last year, near: the goal, they couldn't seem to awarded in each of the three groupsto t pain j3
I has developed into a pitcher during ring any of the baskets. Florida The tear that T 'shed ia
i the number of oive-tenth of the
I The Clothieri f I I; the past summer, when he played managed to keep: the lead all duringthe total Dumber of teams in each group And trace down their farrogI\:
for Gainesville and succeeded in winging first half. During the second: I just to explain
the :
Franklin' I completing competition.
i i | ., cor. TwiggaI : I : about 16 of the games played. half, Savannah came back strong, In addition tc this, there have The way that each s&rJVI-o

j With this experience, he will ba and by her wonderful offensive work, bless!
f I I been arranged matches with schools j ; -
I TAMPA, FLORIDA t [valuable in winning games for Flor- i succeeded in capturing the game bya outside of the fourth corps area: U.I' Tho married and 'tho akrrti
; [ ida. bare margin of 4 points, the final '
I I'I I of Kansas, U., of Missouri, V. P. I., burdensome care :
I I I Capt Baine of the Military De-I score being 26-22. The Gators seem- Emory U., Ga. T. t.'r'
; I i and ed to be unable to shoot when they ,
partment, the
I once major U. cf South Dakota, Columbia Let every one show how I rose4
I will get the chance. Time and again
be .
I t out to assist the pitchers. I U. Cornell ). I -
( (pending dispair
& i I The last year's catchers are Wade asy goals were missed. Potter, f audits 4
To cancel defeat
_. .
-. i
Gray and
f Thompson '
: and White. Captain Bill Ward of ; were used as"subs"
His Difficulty-Real Estate Agent j, -J I
list year's club will in this game and did their
i "DEATH"By 5 ably take care I This tobacco plantation is a bar- '
of the catching work splendidly.; The lineup for
i department. Because gain.. I don't why hesitate. :
I f Florida :' see you Ji }1 ,, Touristthat
of his excellent work and fine : Sharp Reply -
I ( Arthur X. Sollee) j spirit displayed on the diamond last I Duncan, Moss, forwards. i What are you worrying about? i,[ beast?" ';

; .0 Death! how quickly doth thou ambush ; year he was mentioned in the All :Miller center. I f Prospective but Inexperienced Pur- |I Native-6Vfhat's a rancho!
i '
I I ; fate t j Southern list, and at the clone of! Newton, Byrd (capt), guards. chaser-"I was just wondering'whether sub." '' .

I. : And cause deep sorrow and great : the college term JieWwillprobably1ign t( The .Gators arrived in |ackson- I I should _plant cigars or cig- i !Tourist"'hats he r bWit=J
j arettes.-The
American .
; I pleasure, with the Brooklyn Nationals.,* r ville at 1 o'clock the following day (- self on the tree for? '::-
Tfaou sometimes take away the 'soul : Joe White,'as a utility man play4:and put up at the "Y." That night i Native--"Jest stropjrfwj j

\ I too late ed catcher, infield and outfield Fast t they met the strong Jacksonville A Safe Risk-First Undergrad- sub, just stropping "hisselt'-V1 i.
; year with credit and honor. .Joe Quintet and wee defeated 43-18. -
Cause worldly things have fillet the "
tl I "What shall do? :
; will be out fcr some position in the Florida seemed to be dead on her D-ad Hubbard Beat Her t tee:
I i measure. i club, as his wonderful t feet, caused Second Undergrad 111 spin a : '
1: ability to hit I probably from the effects Hubbard went toga
I 1 :; -Again. 0 Death, hoW; sweet indeed thy is widely known. *1 : of the trip, while the "YHj i coin. If it's ,heads we'll go to the Old Mother .

b 1 1;: sleep. This years prospects fortfce' receiving i j players were fresh, full of pep and 1 movies; tails we go to the dance and : board for

When thou dost lay thy soft and I end corsists of Ward, White''i enthusiasm. The Gators didn't if it stands on edge we'll study.- To get a yeast-cake therethe):fertj cepI
I But when sbe got
'i.\'.. gentle handO'er Moul, Newton and others. Moul is |work as they should, and had con- London Opinion. ;I ,'
bare- -
J one pure soul, whose heart has a very capable catcher who shewed !siderable hard luck with'their shots. : was I ,

,4 ceased to beat, fgood form last year and is expected : Gray who substituted for Miller, J But They! Bark-Have you ever noticed : It was in the home-bre-Pro=

;I- And take it up; up to the Holy to show even better this year. I|made several pretty goals from the 1 how polite the trees are? They -
I r'; Land, .FI "Ark" Newton, freshman, looks as !i center of the court. Potter went infer ,alwayS_ _bough before leaving.-The'. }

: Then Death, how often doth thou take if he frill make a good man, when )!j Mess: and showed UD well. To- Wisconsin d Octapus.All ..... Slightly Mixed-Office bor.t'nusly

sonl.i :one takes into crnsideration his size.wards the latter part or'tbe second ) "P_please, sir, caar

i <' That hath not yet the golden prizeattained and physique. if "Ark" does as 'half! Thompson went in for Duncan Explained-Officer in charge of tomorrow afternoon offUjmmygrandmother'S

; .well in aseball as he has done in and played an excellent brand of Rifle-Range-"Don't you know any : !I

And yea; indeed it had begun to football and basketball he may ,ball. better than to point an empty gun at ball match?-London OpUU

mold figure on a permanent berth with ;} But something was wrong; flor- me?" ;; ---- ;,f'.

fans years before; before. it' was the stick men. j ida's passing was poor, luck seemed .Raw Rookie-"But it isn't empty The difference"Have a f

so maimed ., Among the last year's infielders i against her. She had lacked but sir; it's loaded.-The Mirror. j jI \ "No-don't smoke now." '

0 Souls beware; beware of stringent 'are: Erocken Roach, Mohannah and j'one point of beating Mercer, while ] "Sworn off?" ;:

Death Blake. Bracken, who holds down j|i Mercer had beaten the Jax "Y" bya I Contents Intoxicating.-Some people ;!I "Nope; stopped en j

If not prepared, prepare at thy last third base, is expected to be one of *!i score of 53 to 25. can't stand prosperity. The born Baby.

f breath.i *?? ,, the best at the hot corner in the I of plenty has started many a man on
; '.,South this year. I j The last two individual" games ofi a toot.-Boston Transcript. i; _
i Roach is The Drawback-Pati ..<
a valuable because tie I i
_: ni never do this again," said the man j i season are to be- played here jzi.- I '>'
he can play any position on the in- [the University. REVISED !would you like to go for .
'Ctd.lady as she drew her last breath.A | On February 17 and I, LAWS FROM THE ANCIENTS i "
;field, aM: is alsone of the best base- ';20. Savannah "\*. and Trinity Gol- moon in an airplane? ;

log. was On floating down the smallstream. stealers on the club. :loge respectively will meet the Ga- f! Patrice-Not me-I & -.

reaching a narrow spotit Mabannah. last year's utility infielder J tor! crew on her own, court. The Senior in exams: While thereis to miss the tunnels 1 1ien.

lodged between the"two banks. "I with a little more experience j!i Coptain Byrd wishes to announce a drop of ink in this pen there isI -.:..
think III stay here it said_ con" with the stick will make a valuable 4 that'! for these two games seats will hope." I I"Money '-iI:

tented. "I'll be damned if you'do," man, as he displays great fight and.:be reserved especially for the townspeople is a remedy far every debt +| Hit and Run-, '"
the small stream'retorted as it made spirit while on the ball diamond. at regular admission price and it alone sets all the *B&fies? in fmotion. e"Maude, basn't that t
; *n effort to push on 1 I Blake who held down secocd base!t It may also be necessary, on a"e- ." t started far home yet?" .:

i I last year will be on the job and will j count of a shortage of funds_ tc "Nobody loves life like the strut- j Clever Young Yd-al've' ,

-: > ,Icfcv Taylor-: "Clothes make. .: the,a give somebody a battle for his posi-1 1 charge the students a small admission -" ting soph" I third, sir." -

man!" ,tion at second.Among -. |I and in case this is found "A student's best possess (,t a a i f t.Fathers Voice: "\\ &.s'
Fresh Rat"I'd hate to see | many'prospects for infield -il I advisable it is
m youstripped hoped that the stu- pocket full of change" ..., J basher ,steal!"-The Amerjff
of your manhood. t I positions this season are: Bangs .,dent body will support it cheerfully. -A. N. SoUee. gion Weekly. A;


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