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Title: The Florida alligator
Alternate title: Summer school news
University of Florida summer gator
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Orange and blue daily bulletin
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Physical Description: v. : ; 32-59 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: the students of the University of Florida
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: December 16, 1922
Publication Date: 1912-1973
Frequency: daily except saturday and sunday (sept.-may); semiweekly (june-aug.)[<1964>-1973]
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 24, 1912)-v. 65, no. 74 (Jan. 31, 1973).
General Note: Summer issues also called: Summer school ed., <1915>-1920 and again in 1923; summer issues also called: Summer ed., <1921>.
General Note: Has occasional supplements.
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QL. XI .. UNIVERSITY.Of FLORIDA- GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, DECEMBE.t 8,16 1922. 4it;' No. 14FAIjEkfitivEi tit.Ii I, 1




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Intercollege football champion- i OF THE OUTSTANDINGTEAMS : n: ('f DR. MURPHREE By B.---G.--Usher .'f'( fi. -

key fhe} title eliminated goes to the the Arts Lawyer and:. f OF SOUTH : :iJ'. _h ... HOST TO FRESHMAN i The first inter-college debate ; I. : \

cience) team in the semifinals on NEXT SEASON T i which took place Monday eveningin :: .:J z, !

Tuesday afternoon by a 7 to 0 I f Peabody Hall before a large :: .
ore and on Friday afterno/i WITH ADDITION OF ACOS- FOOTBALL TEAMThe I audience, was won by Roy B. lies- .

0k their arch rivals, the Ag? in- TA'S WINNING TEAM; t kins and G. H. Bee who upheldthe ,-

in the finals for the HAVE A HEAVYSCHEDULE I affirmative on the subject of i a r I i
o camp '. ."-- 1922 freshmen footca'l sea- 'Resolved That Congress hot1M M ? '
litle by the count of 10 to 0, iahe .. : -
tilt of ibis son was brought to a close at a pass a law prohibiting strikes by f \
second Ag-Lawyer 1Six '
banquet in the White House given employees of railroads engaged in $ r
.eason. The first was a 0 to 0 full squads of freshmen by Dr. oMurphrte in h-.nor ->f the interstate commerce" The negative J i. I:

e. I answered the call of the gridiron undefeated Florida Freshmen was strongly upheld by H. B. I I1:

The Lawyers played good foot- early in September and aimostJiv2 i t.-am, together withfaculty representative Knight and W. J. Yarnoff of ta2" I'sti
all Friday afternoon to be3; the Gainesvil1; j business i
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College Engineering.
of these six squads out .
who unable to get members of the
were ren, present var- t
i gs "' at practice for the entire The main argument of the affirmative ,
I arted and had a bad liable: oljrmbling seajpn sity squad and of Gator elevens 'f1 t .
which sets a precedent in the hi- was condensed into jk
just when they seemed I cf former da"s.Dr. .
tory of Florida football for the point: First 'that the qjsM&a
be under way. I number of men to stick to the Murphree was toastmas I should be judged from the stand' i'
I I In the first quarter after J ohr.i i squad through the whole season. M d introduced the spe- !.cl":'. point of the ,\felare of all the t t ,
kicked off for the Ags, t1.c Horse'' Smith, who captained
second that
"pa I Too much credit cannot be givento I people, ,, the present
E armers opened up an attack tLntowly \< 'iit Baby Gators through their fl conditions intolerable thin,
Coach John Acosta/who by leis j ; :
ja pushed the Lawyers -!. .ck. 1 1t great personality and capablj I' ':' :: ', i I winning season repeated thu reso- that the remedy for the situ 1.v\ ,. I t'
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on the 23 yard line an Ajr leadership was directly responsible : I L! Lion which he and hi:. teammateshad was the resolution t under debate; t :; :

! ..;an fumbled avid: the Lawyers, re- for the splendid showing mrdeby ,". ;.:: fulfilled in taking their championship fourth, that the plan is correct ta' _
overed. Gu$' Beasley took tne Florida's first Freshmen football I : .:l l title. Horse pV Iged the I principle and fair to4labor, capital I.j i'

: al around left end to the; yard team. Contrary to various ; / i 9ZDDD4JJJ000 .,A 4a" same determination fo.the men and the public/fifth; that is prne- .

line. Three plays mad o \- reports every man on the squa 1 ; s ..V: when football opens i-*xt season. tible; and sigth,;that it is the only pLI\ 'f
Little Bobbie Robinson, captainelectof
and 'then Bob solution
5 yards, is one who has his home in Flo11-. : ...... air possible.. i
the I the varsity, congratulated:; '
ked a pretty placement for I da, and although Duval High has 1, ; w I! The position! of the neatire i :
the Junior eleven f'
members of on
rst 3 points. .......the..honor of contributing severalof t -+'.. :, made and was stated nr'follows--Tha the I'. \
the record they ha-: ,
[The Lawyer touchdown came the oustanding, still the geographical i -11 welcomed them as candidates for Affirmative had to piove that ,I
opening of the fourth: qual"r. distribution of the men Jtf ; this law would not 03 injurious t;
Just before the close or th5 was such as to make it a typical I the team next 3 ear. to the American ci+izerrp and would if

! iird quarter, Pat Owens carried all-Florida squad and team.' On I' .,..... < I, An old Florida man, Walter not be unconstitutional but it .. i t
i |'e ball to the Ag 12 yard iin- the first eleven were Goldstein- >" 1'_ 1 I Payne, manager of tlv varsity of would not be unfair or unjust tn .J :.,

r a first down. Two plays Cornwall, Smith, and Jones from j > ;:,, It 1917, said every man interestc-l: in railroad employees; third, that it '

fined 4 yards and on the Gird Duval in Jacksonville, Freeman JOH, ACOSTA I Florida had watched the Freshnenin will not be detrimental to the vast I
!j the first year of fo)tUtl1. Geat- of the i
oss went on through to the and Williams! from Tallaha wee. majority population, and j
rd mark. The next play move 1 May from Plant City, Thom s We had intended to run a picture I er successes in 1923 wer his }')T'Y lastly, that it could tH. enforced: : Ie
when of the entire Freshman Teamin diction. Both sides convine '.
e ball up two yards more from Gainesville, Randall from St. I gave.. very
quarter ended. Chanyh-s Petersburg Lightsey from Barcov/, this issue and to this end, Judge Cockr, whor r. a rtn- ir.g arguments -and thpi: masterful 1:

als, Moss put the spheroil one and Middlekauff from Orlando. through the courtesy of the Ja-k- I resentative of Florida at the S. I. presentation of ihf ucj4t ':

| one foot line and then P.rob- The whole squad showed the sarns sonvjlle Jo.urj\aJ. a/ cut was s-fnt I C., told what wa acconplishe'l: slowed the great. anuMiM ->f titnc : ': :#

.&on pushed it over just by inches.b distribution from, north, south, to us from there yesterday. Unfortunately I there. I' that they hadevidentl-. spent in ;, :1 i

Little kicked the goal and east, west, central, or: any otner howevei, it has bc-en I Dr. Leigh, as faculty repr!- preparation. $ JJ

game ended 10 to 0 fo* thll section of Florida that eve,. sppt delayed in the mails and up to a I sentative, expressed to the Kits: t'- .
w College. I University. late hour last night had not yet!; the feeling with which the faculty The Gator Soccer Team Left Saturday ;
the state
a man to I Morning For a Game iu ;;
arrived. I
members had witnessed six consecutive
Early in the week the Lawyers Eight games were originally I
-, victories. JaX With Dural High; Up to !t
k lked Wood Alcohol Milk but :
over Coach Ascosta
scheduled by
I So far the winner of 1Velnc-- I Gainesville Time of Going to Press :'
's cohorts, Owen scored the those with the Navy and P'ebe- I As one of the e bus! Rt"i. i
unknown but eults Had Not Been ..1rI
is -
chdown I and the Princeton Cubs were c".r.- day's contest ness men, Mr. W. M. Pepper :u-

So the Lawyers are champv I Continued from Page pive. I everyone knows the hand playetl I (Continued on cage 8) I r:

re's to 'em.ICKSON. .. . SIXTEEN SENIORS
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t BYRD, ;i .. ELECTED TO HON ,:\

j ROBINSON SPEAKAT T. F. West the whole it ia confidently beiicve-1 I lege spirit, a college loyalty, ana ORARY P. K. PHI ;

The reporter asked: "Would you that no university! in Amend, devotion, seldom witnessed in any : aG

impression of the whether it be Church, private college or university in this couc- -I I
give me your
OPEN FORUMBy 1922-23 Student Body?'' foundation, o'r state has a group try. These have been noted ar.'l By J. D. Sibert Ii

of college men of finer type and remarked upon on the athcltre Sixteen seniors were elected ; i
I "Speaking 'Of _the aggregate only of higher moral tone than that_ of fields at home and abroad. With Monday to membership in the Phi t i

t Don Booth an approximate view of the the University of Florida." such spirit backing the teams isis Kappa Phi honorary society o"'tls. : t'

hree prominent members of I student body as a whole could be "As to the remaining busings no surprise that the varsity University establishing a' nt"V "I I{,

;> student body spoke at the given and that opinion only of-'avery the scholastic records will shv.a and freshman squads have b-<:n precedent for this highest of aU i| I t1
>en Forum on Wednesday nigl H.a I favorable in societies' at Florida. 'tJ.
of comment honorary
t r ) general nature. 1,245 men higher type of work than thai r.f subject
" meeting which was intenselyresting are on the registration list at this any previous year. This is l c- the sport columns of all the newspapers Hitherto new member of Phi Kappa -i

to all who attendeJ, I time. There have been 35 withdrawals lived to be due to two rea-on: from one end of the nation Phi, which includes the first '
I d which merited a larger au e than it really had. Ray men the .Have to 7l" e scholastic standing, have h&4a
session leaving 1,211 on class :work of the high schools of you any message
:'kson* "Chick" Byrd, and "Rob-' campus at the present.. Never before Florida, the development and the fellows before they leave; '0': elected at the end of the hooI
Robinson the galh'g
t addressed has Florida drawn its stu achievement of the secondary the holidays! term and have not had the ')c- .

and each one chose a rub- dent body from such a wide ter- schools of this state have met without I "Yes, I would like to wish for: fit'__of the social side of the fraternity t
t of vital to the roland -
ritory, something like 32 states a parallel! :: hv.,the history of every man a safe and happy return during:their student yean .
e to each student.. and 62 Florida counties have S..a- education. .Vr: Q.-ytiier reason: is to his home and to his I'm at the University"The .:

Ray,. Dickson, president of the dents in the university this year. that a student knows that h* u ones and to wish him the best an ] men elected from tars fies .' tI
,, cabinet was the first speakerhetalked The personnel of these men as in happiest Christmas and New Year colleges on the campus wets: K. : l
required to pas; a, large percent
on "Friendship. all his h'e. B. Hoskins W. R. King and Henry t
be he in. ,
I .xl previous years appears to a of his studies or be .dlopped flora has ever had
told of how much he valu they That will faithfully -tiid Fuller of the College of A.tta ::1 '
out representation of the best, the roll and 'requru! to resign each man t
friendships he had made from splendid homes add ofihevyear. creditably represent the universitywhere and Seience, A. J. Geiger, aryl B
the and oft come for the rest Opira-
football 'I
gridiron I apparently men of spien ti hasresu'.ted ever he may be d Y ng'the W. Ames of the College of Agri-
what these friendships meant: are tion of this .rule: -;jn t
} I breeding." worthless' loaf holidays and that he will be on culture, L. W. Jefiniaga, RA..
of the
him. of the tens :
T"\e success I the men tMs oiri stimulated hand at '8:00 o'clock Wednesday Marsieano C.Y: Byrd, and due to tb" "The conduct of er the campus and has
past Q.ason was 3, 1923.to en of the College of Law, W.
morning, ;January .
: above the avcra:;a interest1n intellectualachievements."et
"''e .enli. the ir.wty .year, has been a large !:
;:hip m
such i. tinue His work :and contribute rbs J. Yamoff, S. Thomas, E. KBp('r-
fact. among
the "*
th.. anti despite
: : of purpose } toward round5ig out the test and Fqrd/L. Prescott of the r o-:
few ,
'I par
nit, remember that to large number that there are a thjlgr ri 1i iclj
Always 'Another imp:ss-s .
whose coatlactj most glorious, and successful j 0I *: feg-e of Engin =*rinfr, and L. I'
'e a r tonclusion.fie:-'d, be a friend,*' vras'tson's j I' imght thoughtless have been ones .far_ .better than 1. me is the student-jrr*uj> conscious I in all the history of Florida's Stewart, Pt.' S.. DewdeH and C., 1:. t.

bo' 01 ness out of' iVWi b issues a'CQi great University." Continued Page Eight
to have been i
1 reported I
(Con n'nd! [ On Page Five.) it is ;

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i'i'I' rr t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t I FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
I t Everything '.
I t 9:40 Sunday School, H. O. Enwahl, Teacher of College -H'.
t = ALUMNI NEWS : I 107 Class.Preaching. .
+ 11:00 and '7:30. Epworth League 6:30. ..
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; .---------- ---- -------- I Sunshine with Christmas
I I Eagle Barber Shop I Scatter Cards ,
This is the last issue of the Alligator afternoon they would have to get I
else in place. They FOR It'I.
some one my
2 ; before the Christmas vacation I I
look upon this game as an appe- Card costs so little
not) only that, it is the final tizer, but when they wake up, they EXPERT SERVICEIf I f .rA Greeting y ,
of the 1922. We wishto
r copy year will find that the meat course and I .
extend to each and every Flor- call I once you'll call : So Much :
not soup is being served. you I But Means
'ida in football baseball, num- ,
: I Kindly remember me to Presi- again. ..:
+ "Merry Christmas and a Happy t
Kline and .
dent Murphree, Coach t
j! New Year," with all sorts of Next Door to Alachua Cafe-.

z prosperity for the year to come. I every Yours member to of"Beath the team.Tech," PALEY BOYD I t I We have the best line in the State' .

i H. D. WAUGH. t ,,
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The year 1922 has been a banner -- -- : ,

; ." one for the University of Florida t : ORAH -"
'15. Hugh Hale is now practicing l
t in px> all, bas\,aU, Cumbers law at Brooksville, Florida. S HOE S I NORTON ,
I .
in attendance, military -
i '18. Alfred Anderson Green is 1
and last, but not least, in the
member of, the law firm of
way the alumni have supported H B. 1\1. TENCH H
Scholtz and Green, at Daytona,
F the school. Many have been back -

visiting the campus, others have Fla. o Gainesville 0 I'
written cheerful and enthusiastic '92. George Altcn Byles- has ,
boosted Florida retired to his farm at.indsor,
letters, all have ,I
1 Florida, and incidentally is run- E Florida E t

L i ;_ wherever Let's get they together are. and make ning a general store. t I EVERYTHING POINTS TO BEST VALUIJI

I *98. J. Fletcher Burnett is already S I
j the coming year an even better S HOE
! + f tne for our Alma Mater None of bald-headed, but why we do In a Made-To-Measure Suit. Best Workmanship, Best FaJ.}

{ h you alumni need lay down on the not understand, for he is the owner rics and most favorable prices-Suits $22 to $50 Tailor Mai

t pia job in view of the nice things wo and manager of a thiriving I Cleaning, Pressing and Alternig
clothing and furnishings businessin !. + + + + + + + + t
have been saying about you, now J PHONE 511
is Remember Gainesville. "Fletch" could not
it that football season over. '
is graduating bear; to be any further ren.ovid;
: i there a NICK DAl\fATO-TAILOR
J class in your home town with future from his alma mater.

college men leaving the high 11. Robert Bassett JIuffaker is SOUTH SIDE OF SQUARE

{ ftl J schools. How many of them are at present located at Bartow, Fla., !

I =, you going to influence to come to r where he is eriaying a prolificlaw I

J: Florida? That is but one way; practice. He was prosecuting !
i i!: there are many others in which attorney of Polk county from 1913to

you can help. 1919, and is now mayorcommissioner FLA. U. BOYS-
.1 The deans of all the colleges '97. W. M. Ives is practicing

S are co-operating with the staff in medicine in Lake City, Florida. Nice rooms, twin beds, large closets, runnini,

', sending in news notes concerning After receiving his A.B. degreein
'i : the alumni. The various profes- Florida, he went to Vanderbiltto This is Your Store-I water in every room with shower baths and

;i a. r sons in the colleges are also helpIng get his M.D., which he did in I porches. Opposite Science Hall See
I! f out. Next time you write any 1901.

1 f l of these men, make it a good '06. Isaac Cheyney Jenkins Is You're Welcome t DICK STANLY, Agent, at Mrs. RamseyVjnffltraffiSBHBBiiRfi

1 breezy letter so we can publish it. at present pastor of the First
I You would be surprised at the interest Methodist church of Gainesville, -x .
J with which your letters are Florida. herevben in Tampa -

I I': read by Florida men both iri and '06. Hunter Samuel Woodberry *

: ; ;- out of school. Also, you have is now a surgeon at DeLand. !f !fiYi .
probably thought that this Alumni Fla. When you needClothes" ;n

i t i page needs some help, so it is up '20. Lloyd Z. Morgan is practic-
to you to do your bit to make it
Fla. like
ing law in Jacksonville, ; REMEMBER
1 : interesting. If you- haven't any Fletcher Burnett, he too, is grow- \ve'Il be gladto x

: t \, news about yourself to send, give ing baldheaded. Probably due to tfi
I I, 'i' us some about the other fellows '
"\ overwork.
: you meet over the state. Like any M. B. Allen of Mount Dora, serve you. I
Six More to Complete
other paper, we crave'news.. Fla., who finished the two-year Only Days

course in agriculture in 1916 with
I 'The following letter was received title of Graduate in Farming, is I Your Christmas Gifts
D. of
recently from H. Waugh working for the State Road Department -
the Class of 1901. Mr. Waugh is
visited ,
this and
year WOLF '
now one of the officers of the Atlantic x
1- i I' ] Barbers' Supply Co., of At- Gainesville of the last new week methods to of inspectsome road I So Join the Crowd and Come to the

lanta. A letter such as this one and
building in Alachua county,
:1 f, is always gladly received and gave the University campus the 1eapa THE L. & L. DEPARTMENT STORE

greatly appreciated by every '
i" member of the present student, once over. I Where You Can Get Every Thing ;

student body of the U. of F.
:, Atlanta, Ga., Dec'4th, 1922. Crowds Inspect SourthernThe x For Every Body. !
most elaborate event m
f!I Editor Florida Alligator, !
every way of the year was wit
': Dear_ sir and brother: My "Ga-
', 'tor" came in this A.M. I just 'nessed on December 1st from 7 THE L. & L. DEPARTMENT STORE
!' ... t'aR of help but tell you L was to 10 o'clock in the evening when} |
nearly two thousand people from
,: g1a it. The !:
ee glory that the
practically every town of importance + t t + t + t t t t MffifWtfaRftRRRRffif ..
1 Big and Little "Gators" have
in South Florida came to:
brought to our school this year
see the progress that Southern
K will live as long as time, and I ffiffiffiffiffiffiffiHWffiffigraffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiff ffiKffira YiYiYiYiYiYiYiYi YiYi YiYi
College has made in its seleciioi -i
love every man on each team. I
of such a beautiful location fcr i;
When ever any of them are in i
the institution and to inspect the
I tflwn, I want them to come around rooms of the Dormitory for I MEET ME AT !f
'' to my office, hang their feet up !,
i Women and the various depart-
my desk and talk some. The feats ments of instruction of the college.
done by both will always be jjoo: .l to
Next to the formal opening of I
listen to. We enjoyed the boy, being !- j MILLER'Sg ijl'j
the college in October, this occasion :
here and : ;
q every one ol us is I was the most auspicious in .
looking forward to October 13, the history of the institution.The .
1923. "13" is I
,/ my lucky number and Southern I
,; always has been, therefore 1 say I We Are At Your Service \

; "Look Out Tech." I have rooted "This is mistake," said tnHJ
!I '. F for Tech in every game of football the man when grave he found that he No Place Like Home and Miller's f

I; i they have played since 1914, but had been weeping over the wrong fi -- H,:
t I: f have served due notice that on that tombstone. I 28f&233 &BK! >"{

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Pi Kappa.Coming Alpha Social Annual Club Events, Wednesday ,Cariatall.Woman's -- 'hour with'their.the.the; d dance rtiDfg1iests came to";expressing aa ecd-; i: r' ::_:. : ; We?Invite.-vr,. College Men to See and"" Try On '0ur A ,3' I t _

appreciation of a wonderful .
Fortnal. : .
DeG gp.- evening. < '< t. -

-: IDERHEThf: ; ER ,,_', :
Kappa Sigma Damant -"-, ,
Kappa Sigma Smoker "' '-
Friday afternoon at il2ewoman's : $
The members of the :
Kappa Sigma t"
Club the Pledges x>f Kap. Fraternity enjoyed a smokor> : STEIN CLOTHES .

.inferal at their home on 9th street last -<,. .+. ,.
dansant in honor of the 1.J .
Monday evening from 9 to 10 .
old members of the Fraternity, o'clock in : $38 $35
honor of Founders Day. '" : $45
and visiting .
friends girls.
their i
evening's mirth was furnished ,
The afternoon was featured by a
Mno break" dance at which time very by adept the pledges in giving who comely proved [ Specially\ designed. for the straight slim figures ef Varsity me -Uilored :
Bob Swanson Floridians rendered' sketches, late song hits, and bits to 1 took as good fa the shtwdown as they do in The showcase. Some of the
Beautifully Sigma Sweetheart.a new edition" of "Kap of oratory. After the merriment, .JI: models have inverted-pleat backs that finish with a belt. : :.t

pa sandwiches, olives mints, id
Fruit punch and mints *-era punch were served, followed b,): Some have bellows shoulders; also belted. Some have patch pockets that :t:i
served throughout the afternoon. smokes.Dr. button through, other patch pockets are plain. Some are two button. Some It!i
The local society contingent. ai. ;
Leake gave a most entErtaining are three button. Z ,
ed by visiting girls and other talk on the origin of the
< of town guests, was present. fraternity, and Dr. Simpson and : All in all it's a showing that reveals the finest in fabrics and finished make- :

Kappa Alpha Buffet SupperOn Dr. Shealey also spoke. 0 rrsanship. Extra value ,is, of course, to be expected. I

Saturday evening, followingthe : '
Gainesville-Duval fo)ttwU! Ag Club 4 .; Super-Fine Ederheimer-Stein Suits at Fifty and Sixty Dollars ei I

the members of the Kappa 'Determining Potato Price? by .
game .
: :
Alpha fraternity entertained heir Arithmetic was the first topic oa
the at the Club Monday _'_ iu. EVERYTHING MEN AND BOYS "rAR. :
young lady friends at a buffetsupper program <.. ",h .0
at their home on West University night. This topic was ably .. ::
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Avenue, between the noun handled by Robert Wray. By _
of seven and nine. means of a simple formula tie Porter i
Chicken salad sandwiches, coffee farmer is able to determine the : !
price of thus he can ell *
and crackers were served by potatoes -
the rats of the fraternity. Pearing when the market is best. '
coffee were :Mrs. W. S. Shad, In "Rat" Bishop's description: of i Clothing Co. ,: J
and Mrs. Addison Pound. the Chicago stock yards, he t-\ok

the club through the yards, .-be *o .> > I .
Theta Chi Fraternity Dance packing house and various cold # I.
The members of Tau chapter o; storage plants from the 2.300 : JACKSONVILLE CORNER BAY AND LAURA r i .,

the Theta Chi fraternity entertained pound steer to the ounce wienie. I 'I
with a delightful informal H. G. Hamilton who has jt\t : .
dance at the Woman's Club on the returned from a trip through! f. 1
evening of Saturday, December Hillsboro and Polk counties collecting I -
ninth. data for the Governmentsoil I. ;
The dance was made more enjoyable survey, gave a description of
by the presence of a very his work while there. He said I................. ......+. 44\.......)........44

large number of visiting youn that the farmers in that section a

ladies, many of whom had comedown were well contented and gate the
from Jacksonville to witness desired information cheerfully,
the Gainesville-Duval football which has not been the case ii
game. The members of the Duval other sections of the country. Smooth
team were also invited to be present Following the program, the club
bad a general discussion of ath I I
Delicious fruit punch was serve; letics. H. :M. Smith reported that
during the evening. The Chili inter-college basket ball was postponed F
The hall was attractively and ap- until after Christmas. Buck
Carlton told the club what the Atf's r
for the occasion. of surface is
had decided to do in the inter ,.:- SMOOTHNESS necessary

Kappa Alpha Rat Dance lege football tournament. Smoothness
One of the most brilliant i unc- There will be no Ag Club meeting makes for low cost of vehicle oper-

tions of the year was the foarM next Monday night becauseof ation and for user's comfort
the the many tests expected text:
annual Rat Dance, given by
pledges of the Kappa Alpha fraternity week. But some pavements possess a certain

at the Woman's Club ->n surface "slickness" (sometimes repre-
the evening of Friday December MAIL LUCK
sented as smoothness) which causes
I eighth. Planned in honor of the :My Gosh! but it's a hard feJi.ig
\ old men of Beta Zeta chapter tae To be alone in the worl', them to be unsafe for traffic, even

affair was a complete success nnJ Away off here at college when dry, and doubly dangerous when
joy reigned supreme until tae When je don't hear from yen
wet. Every motorist in Florida knows,
"wee sma' hours" of the morning, girl. F
when the happy throng reluctantly Three times ye go to the office these pavements. .
bid their hosts adieu. To ask for yer mail each day
The hall wat attractively and appropriately To hear 'em tell ye "No Sir," VITRIFIEDPAVEMENTS
decorated in the colors And ye're sad as ye walk away.
of the fraternity crimson and Yer jealous of yer rat roommate r
gold, and during the evenin: a Who's touch on looks, 'tis true,
I most unique feature was Intro But he gets the cake and the candy
4 duced. The lights were extinguished And always a letter or two.
and while the dancers "Must be some 'bird' more wincing
glided to the strains of a lovely Has stole my Queen," ye allow -
Y waltz a revolving crystal ball wa ;
lowered through an opening In the And ye grit yer teeth and grumble,
ceiling in the center of the ram 4Lady Luck, where are ye no.v,''
and spotlights of various colors -L. T. P. on a substantial support, provide the

were tu'ned upon it, while an- utmost smoothness consistent with safe

other crimson spot played over Personals footing traction for all kinds of
the dancers. Streamer confetti Jimmie Clark takes the a4cak ". or
later in the evening added to the when it comes to giving an' interpretation traffic, comfort for the user and

hilarity of the occasion. of the 'Frisco." He wa* economy for the taxpayer.
Many beautiful and stunning certainly inspired in a way that
evening gowns were displayed by caused him to give his dance "n Brick pavements are as "skidprooi"as

the large number of visiting girls a most original style. ?Some say any pavement can be and still be
who came from Jacksonville, Tanr- he is also good at riding bicycles
smooth Besides
being safe they
f! Pa Tallahassee, Ocala, and otherparts when he has some one riding whit ,
of the state. him. longer and cost less per year of service

1 t During a twenty minute intermission over long periods of years,than others.
Z at midnight refresh Will someone explain why Edgar
i ments consisting of fruit sake, Jones seemed so full of life NATIONAL PAVING BRICK
j sandwiches. and coffee were servedby last week-end, and just had his
t the 'rats' of the fraternity. face all covered with smiles. MANUFACTURERS ASSOCIATION
Delicious fruit punch was on haiJ
II. at all times to quench the thirst: ST. PETE AT GAINESVILLESt. L Cleveland OhioSafe
of the dancers. Pete had many rooters at ,
I The music for this occasion wAs the game, due to the fact that
furnished by the Chili Serenaders, the entire university student bode
who besides furnishing inspiring was in favor of '-'s. Possibly this
mufo. <. won the hearts of all by: is not the reason for it is reported -
their willingness! to play again and that they always yell (or the
I again; in response to the many re ; opposing team and sometimes for
;? I
cj'jes-t ?r encores. Two oelocz
--'** ,7 -Palmetto and Pi' e.
rm all too soon, but at tVa:



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Of the accordant lays val uabl services rendered -
is far too weak Ie
A mortal tongue
zepairs to
Since Heaven bids us to be bright by OUr hoistingon

as second class matter, September 29, 1912, at the Post. vainlywill I ever seek_ -Jos. D. Wheeler We thought it imPOS ibtt'f4
To soar where Gabriel reigns; these
office at Gainesville, Florida, under the acts of March 3, 1879. stammering human ,parts together, tn4
And with my VOCATIONAL STUDENTS GIVEN valuable and efficient

tongueI VALUABLE SERVICE saved us considerable deb! .

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t young Field Offie, Gainesville, Fla. The work is standing .
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chee1On 1922. severe
With real Christmas,_ December 7, tests.
A. CARLTON ... -_____.:._-Sport Editor :Mr. W. Smith, Yours very sicerdj. 1.

W. RUSSELL KING :...::... ______.Make-up .Editor lift the burden from the weak University of Florida, Southern Ferro Concrete k.,

: K. K. HANSEN __.... ..--______. ?________.__Joke Editor And give the weary cheer -: Gainesville, Fla.: (Signed( W. G. REMEY, S

g FRANK ELMORE, EDGAR BUSBEE ______Society Editors Then raise r prayer as do .{he I Dear Sirs: Superintendent.JOHNSON'S t

B. W. AMES ________._______ _______Alumni EditorM. meek .' -
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HORACE WILSON ____________..._____________.Business Manager Thus ever as I feebly grope: VISIT US EVERY DAY
D. A. RAMBO ....-------_____.Assistan -Business Manager Where Gabriel soars with ease j
There comes the power of Hea\et,_ THE LYRIC THEATRE
.i I
ly hope
Across the other seas You Know How We Stand on All College Matters r
Christmas :
i' holidays present two dangers to the college stu- t
r For through the faith of Christmas J JI
, dent. One is that he may take his text-books home with him and cheer ---------------

J t spend the greater part of the two-weeks' vacation in cramming. Still shines Old Bethleheri's
I The other is that he may not open a book or think about any serious
+ i And in this season of the f
year _
i subject whatever Curing that time. The danger is equally ) It casts its beams afar. I EDSON PHONOGRAPHSSHEET -
large from either standpoint, and the remedy lies only in mixing I I
f one's fun with some little mental discipline. I I humbly try to sing the song KELLY MUSIC CO. Next Door to Miller's
The heavenly chorus sang
If a man devotes all or nearly all his time to studying duringthe That Old Earth's echoes may: prolong .

holidays, he wilt return. to college in a very nervous condition.Of ,..........0...6...i1N..N1N/t ..041e
The Christmas
course, the holidays present an opportunity to",,- make up for a sprang, joywhich 1 BOYS WHEN YOU BUY SEED BE SURE TO GET THEM'<

t missed examination. to prepare for a coming re-examination, Forth from the manger-throne I. -FROM- t}

; but at the same time there is a chance of its sapping one of all t Of To God's give great the world Love the which light first I: THE SEMINOLE SEED COMPANY 1

i his nervous strength and energy, thus rendering him unfit for was shownIn 1 4. GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA.

either task. This has been proven in more than one unfortunatecase Bethlehem that night. I...........................+MI

; more than orie subject has been "flunked" because the student -
join the Christmas earn! I
gave up his time to the detriment of his health. The holidays here "
t I
are meant to be.,a period of rest, a few golden days in which With both thy heart and voice I
To drown all selfish greed and fear
to relax a moment ,from; the long strain and ease his whole phy- *>o that the world rejoice UNIVERSITY MEN

sical and mental being. This is especially true at Christmastime For earth now echoes with de1 -

for do not forget that the threat of the mid-term exams -
. is looming blackly tfpbn the horizon, and during that week of / Demand Value and style _

stress a man's physical fitness counts as much, if not more, than YOUR Society Brand Clothes
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his mental preparedness. I
STORE Hanan Shoes,, lanhattan Shirts, Knox Hats,i
Now swing to the other extreme. Total relaxation does not ..

I : mean a total cessation disclipining one's mind. The mind may Are featured lines in the.Giddens Store. ,,11'/..
i A Large Variety 'of Gifts
be well likened to an athlete. Once he breaks training, the I I Mail Orders a Specialty.'i *o"I
i muscles grow soft and the endurance is weakened, so that he cannot for .;. '''1-..-'

i be in as good -Condition as before without a somewhat prolonged "HER" :f.. I II _", ", '. '-- .. r' --l' # ......,

period of training. The good athlete never lets himself .c.; ." ,
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become too soft, but takes enough exercise each day to keep him I STATIONERY .:..,;:.i 4"-:":' 1i :- -
(, fit. Then when thCgames start again _he is ready to go in with : ...u"" : ': J : ; .
the first whistle, The parallel is obvious. The good student seed! .'.,' :< .:::>{ ""; ; ..
; '
'. the danger in letting his mind "break training." The best idea DRUGS .' t.HENRY.-:.... !.

is to give just enough thinking each day to keep it fit. If he does

r not, he returns from( ,the Christmas holidays with his mind and Rexall Store No. 2 GIDDENS CLOTHING CO.

!f1 thoughts in a chaotic condition, and much of the fruit of his labors 719 W. University Ave. TAMPA, FLORIDA

will have gone to seed. It results in an odd sensation, and I

one often hears the expression upon the campus: "Somehow I I Use Our Fast Delivery Service I

just can't get down to work." That means that the mental Phone 360-W I
t I
consciousness, after a period of laziness, is rebelling at the I' : ---------- I
r thought of the previous slavery and refuses to wear the steel I It .
t bands of discipline again. It is only after some little time has I .. .................................. ......

elapsed that the student feels able do justice to his students. .

j Then, here is the worst side, suddenly the student finds himself :

facing the dreaded mid-terms; they come suddenly upon him .

and catch him unprepared. And what a there : <
many are :
have tried to "cram" for an exam at the last minute, and fallen I T i YOUR HOLIDAY TUXEDO _, j
flat in .
consequence! _,, '-tl__M_ *
Let your better judgment, not conscience .4
your or your impulses : .
be your guide. Make the holidays a period of restful re- : AT A REASONABLE PRICE '0

laxation intermixed with enough reading or thinking to keep the .
rust from gathering in the corners of your mind. Then will ,
come back in January, not disorganized, not tired out with study, AT FURCHGOTT'S MEN STORE
but filled >
with the energy and vitality that makes mid-term exams

a small obstacle. Bay and Main Streets-Jacksonville ,f

It is often said that competition is the life .;
scholastic ad- ......
:vancement. But if there is anything better than the competition 0: .' Very Newest &AfO -. .

of man with man, of brain with brain, it is that of the man within s Models at $ & $45 c
i himself. It is man's
a striving to outdo himself, to overtop .t
his old ideals in his new performances. It is the difference beI > '
: While in
the Store ask to '
tween a race against time and a see .:*
race against another individual. "1tf.
Time never can be beaten, but the racer can beat himself. There +". NEW "TUX" VESTS ,
> :
is no limit to the probabilities of one's power to excel himself. But 7'.. .' '- :e
so long as a man has only to White with black Buttons I
I keep a little ahead of his classmates,f ,
he has a dull spur wherewith to prick the sides of his intent. If 0 ....
that classmate sticks fast that I > "w
is the end of the competition; "
after that, both stick fast. On the other hand, when a man t > ..t

feels the necessity of bringing his future deeds into competition j ... I 0f(;.

with with him.his own past, there is no limit to the possibilities of life! ....................N.N.........( ++.. ++t.1L1"4 fr rs r-


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I"J. The ,$25.00 Tweed Sports Suits
from home is to regularly .attend
''*,>,"". Closing out the remainder at .
,. < his church for here he will sweet '
SPORTSSHORTY the best people and be in the best

p'i i 129.133 W. University BAZAAR Ave' company," said Robbie.' TThe

< Next to United Shoe Store meeting was then thronra*
5t 1 open to general discussion of the

subjects brought up by the speakers
I The of this .
expenses paper must *
be met in and many of those .preset. sx-
some .Patronize '" '
SAYS way. '
of the "Thin Red pressed their Vi Ws.

At the S. I. C. meeting in Atlanta tackled our youngsters Li'1.ellext but I the advertisers. The'meeting'closed.''wfth-. praj1'
were -
last Saturday a bill allowing er by Dickson. -: -

freshmen players to migrate, overcome. To Jones and Lights T DICKSON, BYARD, ROBINSON Fellows, if men like Dieksbiy"Chick" ,..
rJ,: was passed, the votes being 13 for go the scoring honors in this I SPEAK AT OPEN FORUM
Byrd. and Robbie -lR;b'
(Continued from Page 1) -
and,5 against. game, each having a touchdown I II II It
The son wilt_come out and address the
to' his credit. Lightsey mad his "Results of IntercollegeFootball" I
Open Forum it seems that the
Fifteen varsity letters were given score after a run of seventy 2ei I were discussed by"Chick" student
less-than_ ," yards: around .left end. Foarteento 1 1i 1t Byrd, who said that thiiforjn body ought to
this year seven ;vtre 1 SN new movement: by coming oat
of athletics
to breeda
nothing the seems
given, last year.Fifty _. score. spirit of disruption and emmity every Wednesday night at 7 p. m.:
On the Saturday a .
ii t there following I i ti E among members of the five colleges -
was no game but i
sixty autos lined GijrsLiwas I
or up I whereas we should all be ..
given hers t ; :oae---!l.
the Ag-Lawyer contest Friday I on Thanksgiving xI
'for I i k x I working together for "A Grea-er I Public
Day when the
afternoon. Rats ran up twan- 1
ty-three points against her total iI i I Florida. As a remedy for the I Stenographer I '
iI situation Chick
more I
After playing three preliminary of six. The Bull Pup score c.mC I MISS L. MIXSON
. in the ii interclass athletics which would do I J
second stanza when Tip in
the Lawyers developedwinning
games away with ill feeling between col Pickett-Fowler Bldg. I
: combination, and they deserve intercepted a pass' Edgar Junes i w A leges."Robbie". I
I the campus championship. scored three touchdowns and a ,; t, .. Room 3 Phone 491-J I II
field goal for the Junior Gavs Robinson, captain of ---------
I our next year's football team, ook -------- -
Rollins won second place in collegiate While the team was not a heavy ,
as his theme "Sticking By the
"'g football in the state this scoring machine it carried a strong :. II Church." It was Robbie's dec'aration I CANOOTCHIE LODGE mgI
-- work enough kick to roll up points wren I
year but must hard to h"U j that it helps a college man to:
, it next year if the promise of a score meant the game. Its defensive I I I lead a clean life and to make lasting ,I t 11211 West,. University Are.I 'I|

Stetson and Southern hold goo Southern had to build, "fro.ft the excited not a little comm r... I I t
work for his :success! in later ll.e. Offers good rooms and board at -I
ground up," in more ways than I When one starts to mention star I !, I I Just because one is away from I
one. the whole team must be named for ., home and under no restraint ha I reasonable rates during Christmas t
it is not a one-man team. Jones, r S / 1 '
should not lose his habit of attending vacation. Make f
Lightsey, Middlekauff, n I reserra-
and Randall -
The Giants and Tigers may re: church as he used to before t I et
Tin their respective flags this compose the best backfieMs he came to college. "One of the tions now: and avoid the rusk. ?
in Southern Junior elevens ad JOE BARCHAN t t
year but rtlll indications are that I best things a man can do away
with them goes the South' bust
they will give good accounts cf --------- -
, Freshmen line to open up the .._ ----- ---- --- ------ ----
themselves. ----
holes-Freeman, Williams, Go'J- AN APOLOGY TO JOE BAR-_ i FLORIDA t
stein! Cornwall, Green, Smith, and CHAN BARBER SHOP
Duncan and Joe Barchan put ofa
rare exhibition as officials inthe' Due to an oversight on the part t
v Though the six full squads which Guaranteed Service and Courtesy is our Motto t
Iatte(, .}taU of '. Thursdiy'o. of the athletic department of the t
dusky battle. reported at the opening of the t J. C. PREVATT, Prop. ,
. ,' season did not go the entire roate Alligator, the name of Joe Bar .
, --
The "Dumbells' of Quincy made more than four squads did, and to chan was omitted in the varsity 1- -- -------., --- -

the men on these elevens is das a writeup of last week.

, I any"Vest! returned Florida with Call the, little Thursday end great deal of praise for their sharein Joe, or better still "Old Man .,I LEATHER SOLE SOCKS

of a 25 to 6 score. the winning season. These men Joe," played his first year at Silk Finished Lisle in Brown, Black and Gray I

include: Florida this season,and his per- II! Satisfaction warranted by the Manufacturers.

"This is a very tight fit," shouted The centers: Otto Xolte, W. :F. formance during the entire s- a- II 50e Value, 25c L. C. SMITE

the inebriate as he went into Henderson, James Ball. son lists him as a foremost quar L .
delirium tremens. Guards: C. E. Bliss, Dina'd: terback. He couples with hu unerring k

Baird, B. C. Williams W. 1... Carter judgment in calling plays

FLORIDA'S BABY GA rolls; R. A. Martin, W. E. Sumner, an ability to run his punts back WON'T YOU .. -

I ALL FLORIDA 'MEN AFTEK r* Jan McCorniick,.W.._ H. Stewart. ; .for good gains. In addition his "

I UNDEFEATED SEASON HOLD Tackles. Dick Rose, F. Clyatt, defensive work against Clemson, _.: HAVATAMPAMILD i t'
John Dickerson and his line bucking against Harvard t
OF THE SOUTH Morris, H. B. Crain, O. W. Hev.itt, heralds him as a player of : HAVANA"01 1 f

(Continued From Page One) Edward Harry, K.' W. Gordon, B. i all-round ability. CIGAR ', '

I celled early in the season, so *-.batomy H. Drummond, J. M. Johnson, W. The Alligator regrts the '!rr>r f.!,.

It, six games were played.The E. Weathers, M. J. Wilson, J. E. which caused Joe's name to be ELI WITT CIGAR fif). '
first team to test the Frc. v Williams, R. G. Gilroy. omitted last week.

men wares was that of Aubani. Halfbacks: J. B. Bishop, Owrc'i --- Distributors ,l&.:

> The game was played in Jackson- Pittman, R. Beers, Ed Hudson, O. The $25.00 Tweed Sports Suits Tampa Miami .,. JacksonvilleTHE

rflle on October 14 and was C. Parker, Chester Roadavats, D., Closing out the remainder at

fought on a muddy field. Lfe'it- Roselli, V. N. Newton, C. T. Hart, $18.95BUSY -

sey sigzaged through center and G. T.. Magill, R. C. Way, R. S. BAZAAR ,"

then a broken field for, twsntvI Porter, W. R. Henderson, C. H. 129-133 W. University Ave. BEST LINE :
I yards in the first quarter for the King, Lawrence Jones. Next to United Shoe Store :

only score of the game. Next Fullbacks: Dick Brown, T.
came Vandeibilt who met with n (Continued on Page Eight) Patronize Gator Advertizing Students' Suits from
fate similar to that or;' Auburn. In
the first quarts: of the fracas faaaffiifHBBiiftffifBaf 22.50 UP

Edgar Jones ran forty-lbrce 5 yj

yards on an end run for the only x gI IAASCLOTInERHABERDASHERTampa

touchdown of the game and he a,!- !

ded another point by kicking ::oal. I HEADQUARTERS | Florida

Georgia Tech's tutored bunch

was the next to be wrecked, but '!;; x _. ., J)
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one touchdown was not enough x ForIen's Furnishings xii

, this time. When the final whistle .: '
blew the scorekeeper's recor-1 *

Q Qt I showed that the Baby Gators hid 1l Boys we have the right goods at the right_prices., Drop in. 2S CARRY HOMEA

scored" seventeen points to none I I !
for Tech. Edgar Jones made bo+h ;
touchdowns and also added a fild Merry Christmas and a U. of F. Belt

goal, the first touchdown C'1 iflJ; y;
with the field goal in the initial y; x
period and the second in the third t. V I. BRING BACK

period. '
S i

South Carolina's Biddies follow I1 Another Student-Let
ed in the tracks of Auburn, Van. 1 A:.- C. SMITH & CO. :- "-r | Your Influence Be

dy, and Tech, but were fortunate I W W"*" V ,. .. t*r* f Felt

to score three points when Ja:+c2- g
Wiz kicked a field goal in the first 2 31 ,SOUTH SIDE SQUARE -: -

period. Middlekauff, Jones, and y; JflRSffiRHffifSfi BURNETT T H CLOTHIER

Thomas, each scored touchdowns I

'which made the final score twenty H

to there.Alabama's. y;
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f_ youthful exponents = ';;:
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and Ends May 26, 1923

i ii i H I,:4! THE PRICE IS $8.00 Weavers Steam Laundry j:j

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.*+ + + + + + + + + + +* + + + + + + * hence the dedication to that wor- SEE t

thy.Mr. Vidal Drug CompanyFOR

L K. HANSEN J. F. BLATT Pendarvis, an aforementioned I ;
t : ATROCITIES member of this aggregation of DRUGS, STATIONERY; TOILET ARTICLES tf tt

in inspired intellects, lately honors CANDIES, SOUVENIR CARDS, WATERMAN PEAt
j. the Alligator with one of his pro-

1 j ii 4t + + + + + + + fi +i + f + + + + f + ductions, a beautiful tribute to.. 41 4II "' .."" .''

,,West Florida Pendarvis can !!!!-

M 1 i WHO'S WHO AT THE ,U.OF F.l wives into fits.J '-A'--rf'of a Ha- truthfully be said to be a buddinggenius t THE UNIVERSITY BOOK STORE

f l Frederick Langworthy rems-carem fellow, as it were. and one of whom the -s .
South will. one day be proud Ona t. -- t
Frederick Langworthy, the edT Basement Language HaH
of .., ., --' B r-in-cbief of the Alligator,' is "Well, were his efforts to get of his latest works, as yet unpublished f' J

I .'f tit man with the fluent line. Give, on the team fruitless is printed below: -

!I I Sun' a pen and a piece of paper, "Oh, no. They gave him a lem t t II f

I amd you might as well pull out on." Smoke, soot; I v

I .:41.. yoar, ,handkerchief, for hell make, A thump, a thud, a rattle. : I New Lin eof University Jewelry and Stationery, J

H;; you weep sooner or later. It i* PoeU Club. A sound; a scream of anguish 1

J '';: I mimed that his flow of logic is At last we have it! The group Like unto that of a mother oyster, i t Assortment of Pennants Freshman Caps Memory ft

l an clear and convincing that oncewhile for which the intelligentia of the Calling to her young.A .
t Beaks, Etc. (
I be was in the army he argued University have long been wish- Smell; awful, nauseating,

I t the Germans into retreating. ing, that select body of sublime Like unto a sick abattoir. 1c
) f; Whether they retreated to make souls who comprise the infant Silence. -'- ---a

_.. .. _.. I (
I '! lira keep still or from the force -- --- ---
I organization which has just appeared "Another cat has fallen down the ,
;, 1
and weight of his statements is upon the campus under the chimney." I .

cntnown. It is said, however name of the Poets' Club. A so Greenleaf & Crosby Company I

; that he punctuated his arguments ciety, gentlemen-the of'c1ub" J
name .
A fourth genius was also
with bune! pres- I I IIt 1I
I '
is of
unworthy the high this of congenial
: ent at meeting I JEWELERS
1 f While in France, Langworthy
and elevated minds of the mem- students. The renowned K. B.
\ was on the staff of the "Stars and
bers-which will in I
t years Bait attended. Although it is not
f Stripes," and upon his return he It Jacksonville Florida
I I rival the Royal Society; a societyof generally known Haiti has been ,
produced a book which gives a ,
which in years to come to be for ,
; anonymous verse many
t I graphic account cf the part his
named as a member will come as years. A competent critic:, who remarked I Medals Class Rings and Pins. Committees
I regiment played in the war. the crowning achievement of I .
its quality to Rud-
I Early in his freshman year, upon t in search of loving
; man's life, a so.iety which will be yard Kipling, was astonished to cups or trophies,

:, f Ijagworthy acquired the envy of honored, respected, and emulated find that Kipling .did not know f suitable for Golf, Tennis or other athletic
a great many of his fellow rats
by the common herd, as indeed it "
:f iy regularly pulling down tens on should be. For is not genius to be that said Hait the astonished was a poet.Englishman"What, t events, will find it an easy matter tot

!., Jealous Kg compositions souls' for Dr. Farr. respected, and worth to be honored "Hait a poet? And how does he, t Choose from selection packages which we
E claimed that he had
? And what greater aim can a rank?," "It's not a question of will gladly send approval.
something on Jimmy, but Jimmy t upon
man have than to emulate the "
'does', said the critic, "but ,
i L earnestly denied this, and submit- good and the great, and the glo- "
:: 'ted his ccmps to the wondering rious. _________
; Of the work of the fourth renowned -I
public for inspection. They
j worth it. Rumor hath it were that Last Tuesday night witnessedthe member, whom we have 0000ooo0d0o9..0.0000..0

f- Fred now tutors some twenty rats organization of this select already mentioned, nothing need | WHEN YOU EAT AT THE I Ii
body. The sublime few gathered in
in the gentle art of writing be said. We are all familiar

Iftemes, but you want to keep that the room of Mr. Jce Wheeler. It with the brand of poetry producedby t
was in Mr. Ted Pendarvis' keenly | GAINESVILLE CAFETERIA
; coder your hat. It mustn't. get Mr. West. His latest book of
;t original mind that the project I
_t. verses, entitled "Songs of a

Langworthy, being very modest originated. But little of the pro- Slaughter-House," is an excellent | YOU GET
ceedings of the meeting have leak- .
is always hard to find. Any (ne example of the late impressionistic :
ed out, but the Alligator rejoicesto A SQUARE MEAL ,
The below is a
f sighing to get in touch with him poetry. verse
print that information wnlcn i1 +
should see his social secretary, touching flecc of literature: at a
available. The first business at I f
Newt St. John. Upon being inter- I SQUARE DEAL PRICE
hand-fcr strange as it may seem,
viewed about Langworthy, Mr. St. Drip, drip, drip, -

c : John said that he was only authorized themselves these great to minds this extent do lower at But not too fast, oh still; ......oooooooeoooo....u

I I to say that Frederick the For the slower 'tis,
times-was the selection of a
Creat liked children, fudge, and The thicker 'tis, r------------------rI 1 I
president. This was a matter to I I
; work, and that ladies with fudge And it's gotta be thick for Bill.
be seriously considered for the J
.r rats with comps (or without I
honor of the budding society rested ELECTRIC SHOE REPAIR COMPANY
romps), could find _him at the Arizona University Growing :J1
Omicron House. upon the wisdom cf this choice. I SHOES REPAIRED WHILE YOU WAIT I
Fifty-six hundred students win!
After lengthy and profound discussion I
be enrolled in the University of
it decided to offer
F. W. Shockley, the' hardenedophomore this office to one who was not Arizona in 1923 if the increass in tt t SERVICE AND QUALITY OUR MOTTO I I

a 4 from F-section, has present, but one whom they were registration in the next ten yearsis t
:started circulating a petition toe I
would this un-dreamt in proportion to that of the
Have the University provide sure accept past thirty according to STUDENT REPRESENTATIVE K. WINTER, ROOM
of offer. In short, the presidencywas I
screens of a finer mesh fcr the the
tendered to M. Franz Paul statistics recently compiled by 19 BUCKMAN
dormitory windows. Shockley declares registrar. In 1892 the school had t
C. O. D. Reflection on the part
that a huge and bloodthirsty about which ,
100 students
number -
of the reader will bring him to realize -
bull-flog climbed the vines showed no marked increase tv eee-- ----ee-_eeeesf-
that Paul deserves this.
k outside trough F-section the forced his way He will be remembered as the 1907. But in'the next seven years -...................0000000SPORTING
screen, into his bed, the number was raised to 400, in
author of that widely read work of
; 11 and attacked him, absolutely without
1916 it reached the 600 mark and
: art entitled "Seaside Lullaby, GOODS .
warning. Shockley's
at the present time there are 2,200
which he dedicated to his friend, Football f
jnates allege that the frog croaked students in the university. Tennis| '
but Shockley says this was after Mr. T. F. West, also a poet of note Washubm Review.swee Hardware of All Kinds _:1

the worst of the fight was and who honored the society to'become by I SEE US ...
accepting an invitation
and that
aver the croaking was a '
t a charter member, and who was ee '4
frantic appeal for help from the
I 'frog, who, Shockley says, was getting present at the initial meeting. t' Auerbach's Fine Candies I THE THOMAS COMPANY 1

: ", the worst of the fight. This poem is reprinted below! in p lOcO .. Phone 22 I i
i order that those who have not as t WEST
a _.A> vile rumor-is circulating.a on I yet had the ineffable pleasure of t DORSEY & CO.GROCERIES t : OF SQUARE'i

the campus, to the effect that Sam perusing this wonderful exampleof *
t ;.'ONOO
= : Cornwall left early for the holi- the modern school, may have .
days on account of stringent en- that delight.
1 fc:ceent of the fiftper cent .----------
n!('. This has absolutely no foun- The little mermaids are blinking It J. S. BODIFORDand j
&tion in fact. The truth is, that their eyes,

f.t Sam suffered severe mental shockin The catfish is purring away; t ALL THE WHILEOur

playing a game of solitaire, or The moonfish is slowly beginningto t COMPANYDruggists t

trying to play a game of solitaire, rise, t : Phone 32 I <'

with a pinochle deck and went And the dogfish beginning to tre..eee.I -- i
I system of operation makes
Ionic early to recuperate. bay. ---------
The starfishes twinkle far downin ; for exceptional values-unexcelled '

y : Too can say all you want to, the deep, t Sanitary Cleaning & I II II service

2 mt we still insist that Dr. En'wall The sea-horse has gone to his I II
Pressing Club
is the most polite man on the stall; I R1\14ic\

s ampus. One day in Chicago he So sleep you, my baby, oh slumber I Opposite Star Garage I j ,

r got up in a street car and gave and sleep,

I His seat to three ladies. For drowsiness covers us all. Suits-Hats_Furnishing Goods \ I#

After all, it's not such a bad This is said to have been written I i

11 1 Hing that the Sultan of Turkey immediately after the author attended I Dyeing and Pressing Also It ItI BAILEY, THE CLOTHIERTAMPA ,

: n lost his job. It is said thii hespent a meeting at which Mr. Phone 675 ;

1 most of his time scaring his West delivered a lengthy speech; .I .a I FLORIDA __
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leges. The chairman agfaBfgfiKfiagfiHgfitfa
+ of the association -
"; asked the athletic authorities -
colleges to have all their students
+ who are interested in polo to attend ,
the matchesplayed at Phila-
....,3t ilj delphia last week. jggfigggfiifm
Princeton has ---- -- -
+ 'f + + + +-+ + + +-...-+-., + +. 4! + + + + + 444- i. iii. .-.- it-.- ... joined the Polo Association as its t
collegiate member. It
CLEMSON-FLORIDA GAME upper classmen will be distinguished | Incorporated 1888 ,
This is bow the Clemsc&l Tiger by ,the light colored Mississippian.
saw the game with Florida in which are expected ""to corduroys create I Capital $100,000 Surplus, $150,000 I

Jacksonville: desire among lower classmen to a Southern Rifle ContestsOn j GAINESVILE, FLORIDA J
The curtain fell upon the 1922 some day have next Friday and Saturdaythe --- -
the honor them- -- --- ---- -
- [football season when the last selves. rifle team is to meet four other KfigfflfiaraaaSn
whistle sounded in the game at "These teams in an intercollegiate rifle
new trousers are the 5
,1.: meet. Those who have acceptedthe
Fla. Coach
Jacksonville same'as those
.l I fought gamely,but lost t're and worn at Stanford invitation of the University
Berkeley by upper dassm n.I are: University of Missouri SnI GAINESVILLE
[final battle to the heavier Gator They are COMPANY I
corduroy and will not' vidson
College Louisiana
[team by score of 47 to 14 The I stretch. A dollar rip and ten
College, Tulane University.It .
[Gators played an intelligent I cents a button is offered their H
by is hoped and Victrolas and Records
I game, mixing their passes and line manufacturers:' expected that !
: Emory will. come out with the big tiiI
i in brought
drives a way very If
Mississippiao. end of the score in these meets,
i effective results. Lady Luck WPS and that exactly four more vie- I' iH D. R. COX, Proprietor TELEPHONE 8S I
[with the Victors in recovering
C. Rats State
1'j tories will go on"our slate. Riflo
fumbles for touchdowns and in The South Carolina I
Rats vor I
team-go to rit
I we are all behind fiiffiagfiaaaKEfaB
[putting on an attack that the championship of their state
[netted them consistent gains. and we agree with the GamecDck !

, 'I The score does not tell the whole that they play real football, and -Emory Wheel.
i; story for the Tigers had their congratulate them on their 1
snecess. -
j [stars and shining stars they were. The following, however, ST. PATRICK'S CATHOLIC CHURCHE.

i The brilliant work of Turnipsefid, which we quote from the 'Gamecock I YOUR RAZOR MAIN STREET, NORTH
Emmanuel, and Reames accourtod was their greatest accom-
ri for the scores made by the Tiger plishment: "Also in the cour3e of t BLADES t tI Reverend John Conoley, S. T. L., Rector
[squad. Near the end of the se- their career they had the honorto
cond period the Tigers opened np score on the Florida Freshmen I Sharpened at about one- _jg _

a brilliant offensive. Turnipseei who are conceded by allwho third the cost of new bladesSWEARINGEN'S ,
[ran Newton's punt back 45-yards know to be Southern Champion f SCHEDULE OF SERVICES '-. *
!to the 20-yard line, a fift"er- i I i ii SUNDAYS-10:30 A. M. and 7:45 P. M. 7

, :yard penalty placed the ball on Corporal (?. Punishment i WEEKDAYS-7:30 A. M. -' '"
the Gator's five yard line. Turnip- Seven football men at Kalamazoo AT IDEAL CAFE
seed carried the ball to within a college because they fumbledthe I
Opposite Fire Station
1a. few inches of the goal. Then the ball in a recent game with .--------- .1..............................

'4. next Gator two defense plays stiffened failed to and gain.the by Valparaiso their coach university, Ratph were Young ordered, to !fi! !fi! !fi !fiefifififi! i it : : ALEX CAFETERIA Z

Seeing that another try at th3 carry a football with them everywhere FRESHCLEANGOOD +
'I'If line was useless, Turnipseed flipped they went during the next A +
a short pass over the goi! to week. Removal from the tein
Emmanuel for the first Tige was threatened, provided any man : : Here's the place to get : a;
score. The third period saw C-em- was found during the week with- iI what you want when .:
; son come back again with the out the pig-skin.
scoring punch. Recovering tine : : you want it. : :

ball on their own 20-yard line the Large Enrollments I -
Tigers started their second successful Columbia university opens the ANYTHING at ANYTIMEMARABLE'S _
march down the field Two year with a total enrollment of .
long passes coupled with a beautiful 31,000 students. The University I...............................

i 25-yard run by Turnipseed ---------------- -
of Pennsylvania has 19,000 and
brought the ball deep into the the University of Illinois' 8,352.
Gator's territory. Reames had Harvard university has the biggest o I STUDIO 1
been receiving the passes 01 this enrollment of its history this .
march down the field and to him year with a total matriculation of t ,
went the final pass over the goal 6,255 men, 200 more than last year V\Te grind Our Own Lenses "
which concluded the Tiger's scor Contrary to what one would expect NODELAYQaJnesVille Photographer for University Publications.
the freshman class is smaller "
ing.The Kodak Work Returned in a Day .
Tigers gained at will over than the previous one. The Florida.. t I II
the heavier Gator line and many enrollment of the law school has

times carried the ball down the passed the 100 mark this year for, I NORTH SIDE OF SQUARE It
field only to loose it when the the first time.
time came to score. The Tigers Washburn Review. t OVER MILLER'S ,
deserve much credit for although t ,

out-weighed many pounds to the Polo In American College --- --- ---------- - .-...
man they put up a fight that attracted The New York Polo Association -------

much favorable comment is doing its ,best to get the gins
f for their gameness. of polo started in American col-
Pillow Cases
, Clemson Tiger. ,

Sheets Blankets
Annual ,
;1 Reveille-Gumbo ElectionAt
, Louisiana State they have J. W. M'COLLUM & CO.

t what they call the Reveille-Gumbj DRUGGISTSTHE RIBBONS-RIBBON NOVELTIES ,
I tI Election on Dec. 12. This election REXALL STORE 1 MADE TO SPECIAL ORDER ; f
is an annual affair and seems Agents for
to have no other motive bur to Liggetts and Norris Candies
bestow honor upon the deserving Gainesville Fla. I We Keep Everything for Your Room

members of their student body I

, addition Quoting to from these the honors Reveille(or: oth-"In A. H. Doran \ : 0

erwise) of last year, prettier: co- For Bicycles and Bicycle I I b
ed, handsomest man, most pop la" Accessories II I Service
co-ed, most popular man, moss; intelligent 232 East Main Street SouthHEARST'S II GAINE5VLLEFLORIDJICLOTHING

co-ed, most intelligent I
man, best all round co-ed, best all
round man, best all round atae- I
lete, best co-ed dancer, wittiest I ----------- ---- ;

I co-ed, wittiest man, biggest co-ed SUNDAY AMERICAN I

heartbreaker, biggest man heart- I I
breaker, most typical jelly-bean: ATLANTA CONSTITUTION f

most typical frozen dainty, most I SHOES AND. 1 .:
self important man, and freshest J -PAGES OF COMICS 8 : ,
I freshie, the student body will have
the privilege of deciding who: is I ..1

the most popular professor, tt.e "On the Corner Every Saturday :., "....,. :',----C.._..t., :: FURNISHINGS ..,...J-. ::7\..-" ,
best man dancer, the laziest man, NightP. r
the most hardboiled man, and the .1 t -. I.

most ignorant hound." There H. GILLEN, AGENT -t;. !t

seems to be plenty chances for ... ..- -- -J- : I
even the most ambitious lawyerto ., t
play poltics in this election. ,

Corduroy Trousers for Coed l-i OTTO F STOCK i I I II
Since this was clipped from the i Good Clothesat

Coed's Corner of the Mississippian I TAILOR I II .... I It
without a doubt it applies to ::>- I
eds. Utah is a great state but Popular Prices .1.1G.AJNBSVILLE

too far away so Mississippi yen J AND t !
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have endorsement. "The I I i .
new i ;
varsity soon appear corduroy on the campus trousers at will tIle j DRY CLEANER I i I

University of Utah as their wearing i ... t -
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has been endorsed by both
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Senior and Junior presidents. The L4I &: :..: : -
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----- --- --- Give Boys, you ought to get yourselfa FLORIDA'S BABY IP.
alike is play.
arranged--: Share
r Ox- ALL
the pair of those Block Brogue Mfcx
k' DEFINITE PLANS the advertisers a return
' 4t.f AS Professor Kendricks will not assistance they give you. fords before leaving for home. UNDEFEATED SEASot
be in Gainesville longer than the United Shoe Store,
MADE FORT I middle of April the lecturer forth DR. MURI'HREE IS HOST TO versity Ave., next to Busy Ba- SHIP OF THE Sol

n't y Valance of the semester will FRESHMAN FOOTBALL TEAM. zaar. (Continued from paglfc
I Professor Brutal (Continued from page 1) Johnson !I
fig figt BUILDING HERE given by any position-
f! who will also have charge of the suied the squad and coaches **>*t SIXTEEN SENIORS ELECTEDTO J. D. Graham, Benbow;,letllr

; I section meetings. Professor Kcr- they had the earnest. support of HONORARY P. K. PHI man, E. Morten 1.1It
+ 4 By T. F. West. 'lee-urea. Gainesville in all their. undertakings (Continued from Page 1) Hull, Y. L. Robinson,Fov C.l.,,\l
the College. .
\, I A proposition of vital importance Abott of theTeachers ton.
s;;'. 1 and which is arousing great 'A!$ the final arrangements need ,Acosta, whose great pr- This is only three-fourths o* the End ".
made the first week i" sonality kept up the Freshmen Bartelson, B. p'
;L, .i si interest among the University stutfects to-be by number of members who will
: as well as the people of the January ,all who are interestedare spirit throughout the season congratulated ; monds, W. Pierce, J. D.pL
t .state is the proposed social and requested to see Prore so- his team on its accom be elected this season and includes Whitaker, C. )E. Gray, j.

t religions building, that is under Bristol or some member of the I c- plishments. Cooperation he declared but the ;highest portion of the C. O. Barnes, J, H.
; the direct supervision of the Y. partment Council as soon as pos had made possible it* suc eligible men. The other fmrth .! J. Nelson, \V. L. (Ww !.

j, I :l l ,, 3L C. A. which is to be const'uctvd sible. The following are tie cesses. N will be elected according to tie Waterman, D. McBride fie t., -
members of the Council: G. 1*. Under the direction of Dick Rosea mer, Jack Rogells, E.
the University Campus gw'
i f till and will be naniPil! f
p, time in the near future. Stanly, H. C. Hurst, C. H. Summers number of 'songs' were arranged regular W. Wells, Burdick.Quarterbacks .
; f J. H. Hansbrough, G. K. which kept the company in high at the close of the school to:ni.
i The suggestion and proved needs I : A 5
1 to the general faculty /Perkins, John Dickinson, 0; T. spirits. The officers of the Phi Kappa D. O. Johnson.
; was proposed
) p December Green, J. S. Bond, M. R. Hin on. Various members of the rat Phi at Florida this term inciitl To
committee, Thursday, Captain Atkinson
,i I informat.ion'on uj
The will be to all squad gave valuable
course open
$ F' '1 r the 14th, and met with unanimous Dr. T. R. Leigh, president, Dr. J. are due a large share of
students without any prerequisite such puzzling questions ns: :
+ .t consent. This matter will and will count for three semester "When do we eat?" "Do w* get M. Leake, vice-president; Prot. A. for their assistance given t
f o'' be to the student body and Pro Acosta in giving the
: presented ,hours credit. seconds?" "What happened on P. Black, secretary; es- maay
t ; at a later date for their approval Coach Acosta's duck huntr sor W. S. Perry, treasurer. plenty of workouts.

::1r. and for it to be carried ever the Think before into Now that the season is ...,
you go
} }; top every student must give hisuntiring store. Do they advertise in The The $25.00 Tweed Sports Suits The $25.00 Tweed Sports Suits the team has the Southern Ft
: 1. E= efforts and loyal support. out the remainder at Closing out the remainder at men Championship under tt.
There Closing t4
, f ; ,. Alligator? .are enough responsible -
for funds will begin
!; :fir Campaign merchants advertising in $18.95BUSY $18.95BUSY we turn toward next year te l q

I January the 15th, 1923, and last this paper to supply you with BAZAAR BAZAAR for even greater things, ug II

f f ; Ir until February the 10th.: There everything you need. Look their 129.133 W. University Ave. 129-133 W. University Ave. will say that the Rat team if i i

( 't t '" will be two weeks of prehmmaryl' ads over before buying. Next to United Shoe Store Next to United Shoe Store year will disappoint TB.
t i l- survey and four weeks of extensive Y
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; campaigning.This ---- --- --- -
1 '
} 1 building is to be located I

f. f.! R, :;directly in front cf the gymnasium
tlJ J
:: with the entrance facing the east. I

(, .t: tl The structure will be three: stories

: ;!; ; 'in height, built, of brick and the I It

t 1 I style of architecture "Being the rr I ;
t the rest of the Unireisity \ '
I. same as are .
f .
'* 9 \ .
L '- buildings. ,
: I! ,
wi.lt adequately! I ) i1 1 \
t 1 : -; Such a building -- a

} {. ;, meet every need of fie l student i
r .
r welcome: F r .l.lr c> "'-
: whichToes not ,
s 1' en structure, near -
: '< r comply with the need!!xi&this. institution : \

I :t:: ; :' ? .into past existence.; The
; '
building is so arrangeJf to accommodate "" '-" I/ :
t ,1. either men or women. -.
i' '\ ,1? .On the ground floor1 there will II I Y\\ I o

;' k r : be bowling alleys, a barber shop, 1 lL1

i t\t I; r dressing rooms, and shower baths. +
r ,t' ( The main entrance, which is oji

i' ;t" the first floor, will be derv;attrac- '

L tke, as the approach will be a o

.1 I' large and spacious verarfita, supporting .

; 1 .. the top with Handsome .
f columns and having a iced tile D'f l t

1; floor. The main lobby "'will be ,r .
\ .
# furnished. *'
; Tery attractive and elegantly .
a There will also'be-:'a game f
i .
... room, music room, parlor1' :: secrlary's ,.
I' i-ii -.It. \ '.-' office, cabinet meeting

l looms, and studies for :}'student

I pastors On the on.second this floor.floor there wills Blazing Trails for ProgressCuriosity

lie an auditorium for religious .

services andjlectures, Bible study -
rooms, ladies' rest room, and ten '. may have killed the well-known Research, as we know it, |js the Sgjcjp\ -hand
cat, but it has been underneath most of the the
tedrcoms.i upon purely creative activities of business.
i The proposed swimming pool is hard-won: developments that lastingly benefit Constantly it brings to light new aspects of
ta be located on the south side of mankind. Once in a great while, perhaps, ac- known laws, new visions of laws yet to be
; the gymnasium, and that is also -- cident has been the un-
spark that has lighted covered. But the
in short "f for these is not hip-
expected to be a reality a ,
the torch of achievement but much hazard n-.
; more whimsical
, course of time. nor ;it is organized and plannedas

:. frequently-always, nearly-accomplishment, carefully and thoroughly as any other busi-

Bays, you ought to get yourselfa { especially in the field cf science: and invention, ness activity. Whether chemical, electrical, or

pair of those Block Brogue Oxfords has grown out of the insatiable curiosity that physical, it is engineering; and it follows engineering -

before leaving for home. seems to be the heritage of us all. Mankind methods and tradition. '
United Shoe Store, 125 W. University .
wants to know-and is slowly finding out.
Ave., next to Busy Ba- ./'
great engineers have "
-- been W '
Curiosity, the complement of imagination, wholly a
loss in this
specialized activity. For
t! knows no appeasement. research
in a sense, reverses the usual order. Its
t Maturing For a Course II.* This is, however, no essay on the vague sub-. is to discover unknown endeavor .
Profer;or Kendricks. of ColumbU the known
-WI" ject of idle curiosity. There is a vast difference facts
University -a thing which is quite at variance with

i The Department of Sociologyand between that and the organized, untiring, well- ordinary engineering practice. Yet there is a :;"'*e

; Economics of the University _) planned activity which, as an integral part of fine type of engineering mind which finds its .J
in co-operation with Pr:sidoit3lurphree Westinghouse organization searches
great opportunity in this kind of work. e
: is to '
endeavoring to ar-
for the answers to problems which intelligent that
I ., range course in the Economic ,j." type mind and that type of man, research }
t Jfistory of the United States' 'tj -_ speculation sets up. This, if you please, is beckons with an unmistakable hand.

.c a 1.. given next semester by Professor curiosity in its highest and most intensified It is engineering pioneering, it blazes trails for :"
B. B. Kendricks of Colamlia form and it is fundamental in the t'
; a thing Westinghouse ,
progress new triumphs in
to. a wilderness into
University who is spending tee j'

4 '4r: : -:interin Gainesville. Professor ...' operations. .whose outskirts man has scarcely penetrated. ., j'i
.-: iJendricks is a recognized authority

1 r in History, especially economic ,.-./ .:,: '.ff........

i iistory, and it would seem as un- ...
i ofual opportunity for the *:*- .if

itnts to get some practical in for- J

aationwith! respect to thia important -
1 11.f. ) aspect of our National 'VVesttn

I : HBe. and development. house I

L a The plan of financing the course

L is for each one ,who is interested
to pay a certain amount not to W

4 I exce( two dollars, that amount EL ECTRIG E

t i to be Deduced if the number lakIng ACHIEVEMENT 8 OPPORTUNITY

the course warrants. As navJf]l
"* I planned, the course will be gvtMonday .....

t : : anti Wednesday a'teriroofcs .j

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