The Florida alligator
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028291/00377
 Material Information
Title: The Florida alligator
Alternate title: Summer school news
University of Florida summer gator
Summer gator
Alternate Title: Daily bulletin
Orange and blue daily bulletin
Orange and blue bulletin
Page of record
Physical Description: v. : ; 32-59 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: the students of the University of Florida
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: January 6, 1923
Publication Date: 1912-1973
Frequency: daily except saturday and sunday (sept.-may); semiweekly (june-aug.)[<1964>-1973]
weekly[ former 1912-]
weekly (semiweekly june-aug.)[ former <1915-1917>]
biweekly (weekly june-aug.)[ former <1918>]
weekly[ former <1919-1924>]
weekly (daily except sunday and monday june-aug.)[ former <1928>]
semiweekly[ former <1962>]
weekly[ former <1963>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 24, 1912)-v. 65, no. 74 (Jan. 31, 1973).
General Note: Summer issues also called: Summer school ed., <1915>-1920 and again in 1923; summer issues also called: Summer ed., <1921>.
General Note: Has occasional supplements.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000972808
oclc - 01410246
notis - AEU8328
lccn - sn 96027439
System ID: UF00028291:00377
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Preceded by: Orange and blue
Succeeded by: Independent Florida alligator

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, Florida lliQator j

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Fellows boost the Recreation Building Campaign

FOR A GREATER FLORIDA "';" :'.., Basketball Sharks, Come Out And Show Your Stuff .

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j $250,000 FORBUILDING I HAS :) I



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I I Coached Gators Through

Dr. A. A. Murnhree Elected I Three Seasons Successful

President of Board of I I Itj.rI ;

The recent resignation of Coach

W. G. Kline, who for three years
student body and faculty of has been director of athletics andhead

the University are putting all their I II :-' coach of football and baa

enthusiasm into the preparationsfor ketball, came as a surprise to the

the coming campaign which the IIi I *aUre soffit ,body of the Univtr;

y. M. C. A. and Student Activity city, for-bf-}Els j genial nature! Ptt
to on or aboutJanuay I devotion Florida's aj
are open unselfish to
committees The $250,000 Recreation Build- campus to house the social and 1 sity. It will contain facilities
I 15 in Gainesville and else. Ii I '' which will make it one of the finest vancement, he had so endear i
where for the purpose of erecting ing which will be erected on theI religious activities of the Univer- y of its kind in the South. himself in the affections of the

! a new social and religious building ,- students that it was hoped that
the campus. Individual con- -------- Coach Kline would become permanent -

; tributions upon from various members SPRING TEMfiS1 BASKETBALL GATOR TENNIS' figure in University life

S of the Faculty will amount to as And though his loss will be keen ,

ranch as 3 to 5 per cent of their 1 ly felt, his going will be one t
salaries, which alone is an example which few coaches will enjoy; one

of unselfish loyalty worthy of with the praises and good wish

stimulating any American citizento I ACTIVITIES UNDERVAY ROLLINS HEREThe of a loyal student body.

help the cause along. At a meet- Making his first appearancewith

ing of students and Y. M. C. A. the Gator squad in 1920, he
student officers Thursday evening, Dean Norman of the Teachers J LEADERSHIP CAPT MOSS Florida t' nni" team will immediately set out to develop a t

j. January 6, William G. Ward was i College announces that in order to j AND MGR. BYRD: KLINE battle the tennis team from Rol- definite football system at Florida, {

: elected chairman of a committeeto meet the increasing demand for I COACHING LAST YEAR Saturday which had hitherto been unknown
lins College here next
i take charge of this worl. amongthe trainejlileaehers throughout the STARS AND RAT match because of the frequent changingof
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MATERIAL morning, Jan\lay
I students. He plans to con- State,* ere will be offered this coaches. >
duct the campaign upon au inter- year as"pring and summer school J was originally scheduled for-- ..S3- Thus, the tasks before Coach".-

college basis, one member from two terms of eight weeks each 11- Basket }ball practice .has begun terday morning but Manager Kline was not an easy one, witha

each college being selected to oversee I stead of one, as has heretofore under the leadership of Captain Crawford was informed on Fri- large squad of strange men, and

the work of his own college. I been the case. The Spring term Roland Mbss and Manager Check day night that the Rollins t.| m no assistants a winning team was

Considerable rivalry is expected, will start on April 2, and will Byrd. A good sized squad of fine would be unable to play. to be developed. The team of that
and a prize will be awarded to the continue for a period of eight looking material has been turningout. year, although fairly successful in
the greatest Coach Kline has been on hand Rollins team is composed of
college obtaining weeks. The regular Summer spite Of many injuries, could not
to be directing operations and sizing up three men, Thompson, captain.
amount. Additional men arc School of past years will begin be credited with being a fair sample ,
appointed to work among the: fraternities about the middle of June and will his men for the coming season. manager, Vinson, and a third man of Florida's strength. How.

and the officers of each 1 continue for eight weeks. Several of last year's stars are on to be determined. Rollins big star I f fI ever, this was the beginning' ofa

county club have been asked to use will be to men the court once more and a wealthof of last year, Griffith, did not return system under a man who was t
Both terms open I
their influence with the "home" alike. The scholastic Freshman material, gatheredfrom to college this term, and the to guide Florida in one of the

folks regarding the campaign over and wOmen for entrance are the last year's high school tour- Tars expect that his playing will most unprecedented rises in the

the state. A total amount of requirements the requirements for en- nament, is showing up in fine style. I be missed. The Rollins team: has athletic world.
same as
1250,000 is to be raised, 10 per to the Summer School of Roland Moss, last year's star played matches with some of the The results of the two past seasons .

cent of which the student body trance 1222, and may be found in the forward, is getting back into bas- best city teams of the State and verify that fact thoroughly, i

expects will be raised in Gaines- 11 School Bulletin. Grad- ket ball after his season on the have come out victorious. Fromall for out of the Florida which was
I Summer
Vdle. F, H. Langworthy, editor of standard Junior High Law Collage football team. Moss reports The Gators will havea formerly considered a practice

of the "Florida Alligator," is uates Schools, those who have finishedthe promises well to make this his hard struggle on their hands to team, has emerged a most powerful

heading the publicity end of the tenth grade of a Senior High greatest year. sink the Tars. and spectacular eleven which s

campaign and has mapped out a School, and teachers who hold a Check Byrd, guard, and last Florida will have out three of I II (Continued on Page five)
series of articles, win- I year's captain, is showing his usual -
newspaper i First Grade Certificate are admit- j, the four players who were in the --
dow displays, etc., both for the lo- j Four consistent ability, which playedso I match with Stetson. These I
the past
ted to the first year of j
(Continued on page eight) !, Year Normal Curriculum. There j great a part in last season's suc- I I men are Herbert Williams, captain I TRYOUTSFORTHE

-:...- -- I requirements for admission cesses. I ; James Houser; Lynn Crawford t
are no i ito
those who register for review j Hait, Thompson, Gray and Fahs, manager, and Line. These L. S. U. DEBATE TO
COACH JOE BAR- courses. 'I. mainstays on last year's squad, i men have worked hard in prepa- I
and stars of intra-manual basketball ration for the Rollins meet and

CHAN PLANS FOR schools Teachers which who close are about engaged the first in II j i are on the floor in their orange are out to bring home the bacon. I BEHELD JAN. 16
I and blue uniforms puttingout
I Stetson won ove: the crack Pub II
of April will be able t& make twice
their best. Among the Fresh-
: lic Co'irt team of Jacksonville.
RAT BASKETBALLFlorida the normal progress if they at- j Tryouts for the Louisiana State
man aspirants are several stars of and this Public Court team is. rated .
I two sessions. It will be ( debate will
tend the school tournament. team be held in Pea-
the high
I as the champions of the State.
possible to do a full year Fork body Auditorium next Tuesday
Edgar Jones, three-year star -Manager Crawford b endeavoringto
will haw a Freshman I in the two terms. | I evening, January 16, at 7:30. Two
on the Duval high school team, arrange match with them.
team in basket ball. At least, so Those who attend the spring j speakers will be selected from the
aand universal all-state selection, The inter-class tournament will
Says Joe Barchan, who has been term will receive the benefit of I candidates. Each speaker will be
to have retained Ms form the final
seems be held directly following
appointed as coach. Manager smaller classes, less congestion allowed eight minutes to presenthis
and is bidding fair for a wonderful exams, and following the interclass .
Edgar Jones is arranging a schedule I than is found in the regular summer j. season on the Freshman team. will the inter-frater argument.; The subject for de-
at the present tim With I session and more pleasant come bate is, "Resolved, That manu- t
Dick Brown, also of Duval, all- nity matches. A return match
many high school stars of last year weather. factu ing of arms and munitionsby
state guard, is demonstrating a with Stetson will be played at
trying out the look fine private enterprise should be
The of instruction are of basket ball.
courses fine brand Stetson about Match 1. I
for a successful season. and dis- prohibited by international agree
divided into four separate Max Goldstein, who has built up "
ment. Florida has the affirmative -
The Freshman team will play 8)
Continued on Page
games with the Jacksonville "Yr ( quite a reputation in Jacksonville, + + + + + + + + + 1 sWe in the debate, but for
where he has starred on the Y.M. +
-- + NOTICE.
the each
the Jax National Guard, the South ----- I tryout speaker may
Jax Greenbacks, and other teams STUDENT FORUM PROGRAM H. A. team, comes here with the + All men who have checked 05- choose the side of the question

of like nature. A game with, Wednesday Night, January 10. monicker of -"The Fighting Hebrew + out equipment for the + he wishes to defend.

Southern College is also contem 6:45 P.M. ." Doubtless the reason will + inter-college football + The chairman of the meeting fort

plated. A road trip is planned on Opening Song.2University justify the name."Horse" + games must turn in that + tryout will be selected by the

whIch Georgia and Georgia Techwin Quartette-Milton Smith, giant guard + equipment by next week. + t debating council and the judges

both be played. Yeats, Jimmie Melton, George from Duval, is running in his usual + Those who fail to do this + I will be member of the faculty

The first practice of the team Anderson, Nat Mayo. form. + will have their names turned + I from each of the five colleges.

gill take place Monday at an houras 3Speaker. Everything speaks well for a + in to the Auditor, who + I Last year Florida scored a not-

yet undecided. 4 Closing Song. very successful season for basket 4will charge them for the + 1 j I able victory over L. S. U., the first

It is generally thought that the I Every one out for the firs Forum ball at Florida. + amount of the equipment. < after a series of years. This season -

Freshman basket ball team will of the New Year. + + + + + + + + + there is plenty of good debating -
duplicate NOTICE. material on the campus anda
the feat of their football
I Freshman' basketball The Budget Committee will meet good representation at the
team, and with the leadership and Have you got your bayonet fixed practicein tryout -
instruction of a man like Joe i to go over the top in the big the Gym next :Monday night at Tuesday night at 7 o'clock, En- will insure the Orange and

there is no reason why drive next week? Zero hour is 8 o'clock. Edgar Jones has been gineering Building. Blue will be upseld in the forensics -.

.<"< sh'ulc! no f. j I close, men, stand by to charge! I selected as manager. JAS. A. WINFIELD. with Louisiana

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d, I| 9:40 Sunday School, H. O. Enwahl, Teacher of College Meu't

: ALUMNI NEWS\ I I i I Class.I '

s 1 B. W. AMES I t Preaching 11:00 and 7:30. Epworth League 6:30. :
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!j i'M + + + +- +- + +-- ._!_-+ + + .+ + .+ t + + I I I i I Drugs, Medicines JOHNSON'S, Stationery PHARMACY, Toilet and Rubber Goods .

:t'. The Alligator, in behalf of the the same time backed the I t We guarantee personal attention to Prescriptions. :

f t f.t : # Student Body, wishes to extend to team to the limit-that is I 'I I t t purest drugs used. Low prices. Quality considerela '

all the Alumni our heartiest wishes manship at its best. Gainesville, Florida.
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for a Happy and Prosperous The forming of the ; -
; 't New Year. May your every activity between halves was one of --::::

,; { as Florida men be crowned with est things 'I have ever seen I : i t LEATHER SOLE SOCKSSilk

4 : success and redound to the glory athletic field. It was in Brown Black and
I I I Finished Lisle Gray
'f i
.. of your Alma Mater. sible by the fine Freshman
and by a prompt willingness t I Satisfaction warranted by the Manufacturers.50c .

ri t.i. ; t DR. WOODLEY PRAISES I under orders from others. I I Value, 25c L. C. SMITK
BODY that these '
STUDENT you consider
1 Dr. C. I. Woodley, former presi- had been to college only -=
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dent of Marshall College, Hunting- weeks you must recognizs --------
: i ; ton W. Va., at present living in such united action is very I '
: :Mohawk. Florida at one time a tional and significant.The .
)- i member of the faculty of the Unit close of the game b I I I Frame & Dennison

t r j! versity of Florida, and at differ- out the genuine college

&i 1 ent times accompanying Dr. Roe- pride enthusiasm, and
@II 'i,- JfI mer in his tours over the state in which wag reinforced b) I II t
: 't I behalf of the U. of F., wiStes the splendid news from I Crepe

s following letter to President Mur- great victories in one I
f phree. The observations and opinions would set some college I '
j ; recorded in this letter should wild and make them I

,, i ; be enough to convince any man, the reaction here was I Norah Norton Novelties
the alumni that our
especially finer, and a fine poise
University is becoming stronger in During the evening I was li....!!-rel-!--
r every way at a rapid pace, and
town for two or three ,
; that it is good enough for any I had a chance to observe the I II
I man's son to attend (if he is desirous men at closer ran -*. ,I II

1' j of an education). eral bearing on the streets I COLSON STUDENT ROOMING HOUSES]
: O. I.
E this time was the finest I I
Mohawk, Florida ever seen. Not a single I running }i it
4a f ;, Mohawk, 11221922. manly act or expression Nice rooms, twin beds, large ,

My dear President Murphreer served. Ladies, baths and '
young with shower |
1 f : : I hope this letter will justify were the water in every room
treatedjth. "t
itself. The idea of writing it came -once in I Science Hall- SeEt
spect, and not three Isleeping porches. Opposite
to me on Sunday while thinking
of time did I see any act
"i over the experiences of the preceding Ramsey's
: at
any evidence of incivility DICK STANLY, Agent,
'j days.
woman. To me that (! 3)r"
= Oh Friday I motored over to
a miracle, for I recalled so
Gainesville' with a friend of mine other similar occasions
; in order to be present at the football t
dyism was in constant i
between Freshmen '
'tr. i game Then came the parade-
teams of Florida and Alabama on I
pression of delight and
. afternoon. From habit
l'I Saturday
tion of the victories of
I I observed with some care the stu- This was not overdone. UNIVERSITY MEN

.,. dent life during Saturday. I found I sense controlled and what '
r : the study interesting, for it was a gross, foolish and vulgar I, .
continuous evidence of good
a this instance a natural .' ,
t wholesome, academic atmosphere. I exultation and ., Demand Value and style
On Saturday morning there was
though there were I II'
the evident letting down of effort i for vulgarity in the Society Brand Clothes
because of the end of the week and
rade I did not see any Hanan Shoes, Manhattan Shirts, Knox Hats .
yet enough of the earnestness and
decency. Of course the
r seriousness to give a fine atmos- seemed! senseless to m<3, I' Are featured lines in the Giddens Store. :
the life. The
phere campus shared in the wish I
f I many small groups of young men pressed many times that Mail Orders a Specialty. .
r gathered about the e different
would abandon this form of ;-
schools-the Y. M. C. A., and the I heard many students
dormitories deported themselves
this idea.
zens express :-
f exceptionally well, and with an en- .._,:..-.-,,,">,:. ,
As I went to my room >
., .,
tire absence of "toughness. This q-"" ,
day's experience I found =-"'
it observation made a positive im- ,' "
thinking of the student '
pression upon me and corrected a
more than of the game I
general feeling that I had gathered .
to witness. I had to 4
from others who evidently did not
i opinion of the character of
speak with authority.The .
j'I dent body and give it the
afternoon study was excep-
tionally interesting. I had seen I i a judgment based J>n direct HENRY GIDDENS CLOTHING CO.*:
j i vation with a large
college men conduct themselves in

: many other institutions under similar that- !I experience valuation. upon My which judgment to I >0 TAMPA, FLORIDA .
conditions. It was
1 I I to break ,itself into a .
the Freshmen team had the loyal, up ,. .' .-.- !. '-.;'
"" '
I statements running about
i l j .
devoted support of the students .'
r, faculty and citizens. But the I :
;: i character of the expession of the 1. Th student body at .
students was different from that ville as I saw it on -

i. too often found,in other schools. the finest body of students fiWffira xx xxx xxx xxx 1

I In the first place, there was a ever seen. It
0 willing observance of rules and i character better balance,
''t t regulations. No student seemed \ er conduct than I had ever MEET ME AT

f, t t' out of place. As the time of the possible. .

fr ; game approached the leaders were I 2. If that day was the

t' in their places and every one was I of all days, then '
ready to combine his effort with I most desirable place to tJ tJI
others to contribute to the general young man who desires to

i fy f good. 3. That the deliberate

There was a fine spirit of fair- ances of sectarian '.
ness and good sportsmanship, and cerning great state I ; We Are At Your Service ,r
i' t I, am sure the visiting team would often false and inaccurate.
r certify to that fact. The cheerleaders 4. That more people Like Home and Miller's I

t. ( were thoughtful and know more about the 1'1
brought forth courtesy and com- than they know.Continued.
fort to the struggling men, and at ( en Page '
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WEDDING SOLEMNIZED AT drink habit. One ,, : :

Holy HIGH Trinity NOON TUESDAYThe Episcopal real students respect man mother said, ,"Our sis- : ; *WejInvite, College Men to See and Try t 'DugllF :
ter and '*E-6 .
womanhood, and no person : w -- '
the scene of a : 'V S_
' 1 church was pretty lacking in such respect is wanted :; ":' : : ; *
Bedding, on Tuesday at hign noon here." I thought that ;- : EDERHEIl\IZR' -'
Hallie Curtis was fine, _
when Miss Little, fine. ... 4
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. This .
letter is ,
already too
Little of Clearwater, became the felt that my observations might long.be I : ,e. STEIN CLOTHES *

bride of Mr. Edward Hughson of some value to in <:._>
Hurlebaus of Cleveland, Ohio. Rev. cere effort to help you others.your Your sin- ( '-- .

Rufus formed B.the Templeton nuptial. Only, rector relativesand per- ception position of Is the the finest, with the ex- 2: $30 $35 '$45 +.

a few intimate friends were land, better than presidency, in the ,, B + s

in attendance.The maker, or law-interpreter.governor or law-You J Specially designed for the straight, slim figures: of Varsity men-tailored ..

bride wore a becoming dark deal with eternal, God-made laws. O to look as good in the showdown as they do in the showcase. Some of the
suit with
brown broadcloth a stylish You write them : models have : .
} hat of henna material and in the hearts of inverted-pleat backs that finish with a belt.
young men, to their eternal good. .
gold metallic cloth. Her flowers There can be no greater privilege. Some have bellows shoulders; also belted.: Some have patch pockets that .

were Mrs.bride's Hurlebaus roses.is a former resi- I am so glad that this privilege is : button through, other patch pockets ae plain.: Some are two button. Some :
yours, and sincerely hop* that for are three button.
dent of this city, having gradu-
many, many years will continue .
you -
ated from the Gainesville High All in all it's a showing that
to write on the hearts of men reveals the finest in fabrics and finished make-
School and also received a B. S. : ,' :
God's law. rr nship. Extra value is, of course, to be expected.
degree from the Woman's State .
Your friend, .
College at Tallahassee.Mr. i
O. I. WOODLEY.The Super-Fine .
Hurlebaus is a graduate of Ederheimer-Stein Suits at Fifty and Sixty Dollars .

the University of Florida and a following letter from R. S. .
member of the Kappa Sigma fra- : .
Chapin wi'l b? of interest
He Is connected in bus- .
Washington -
D. C., :: ;
iness with the Gulf Fertilizer .
December 9 1922. .
Company of Clearwater, and he Alumni Editor Florida Alligator, ; .

and his bride will make their home Dear Sir: Porter

in that city on their return from I failed to receive my copy of ) O

their wedding trip. the 'Alligator" for December 2d. > ,
, The guests were Mr. and Mrs. Will .
you please see that one is }
J, P. Little, parents of the bride, Clothing C <
mailed to m:, as I don't want to 0. xJACKSONVILLE : !
! }Jr.;. Henry Hale of Cedar Keys, miss anything. :

Miss Minnie Little of Key West, Thanks to yourself and congratulations 3 .
sister of the bride and Miss Hurle r ,
to the staff for 'ou'r -
baus of Cleveland, Ohio, sister of splendid Alumni Section. Sorry BAY AND LAURA."
S $
the groom. you got such a poor response from -
The many Gainesville friends of the Alumni in general, but want < +

the young couple are extending to assure you that the "old faith- : +

e.i congratulations and best wishes.- I ful" appreciate what you are giving ..

Gainesville Sun, Jan. 4. us. \ 1,
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Youis for "Florida," .. A. .AA.AAAAAA .A.. A .A-' .A. .A.- _. ......... _ :
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Pi K. A. Annual Christmas 1- R. S. CHAPIN. v'rvvrvvvvvvv'"V-V vv'.wvvJVVVW'i..'V"VVY7 ) vVVVVVVVVVI I l

Ball a Big Succes-s
.., .
The dining room of the White Members of the Alumni, it is :t:!,: .
Hou--e was the scene of one of the not yet too late to reach our goal

most delightful dances of the sea- of 500 subscribers to the Alligator.

son when the members of the Pi I At this time the price will be less

Kappa Alpha Fraternity entertained than $1 for the ensuing five A
at their annual Christmas ballon I months. Five hundred alumni withas uftd

Wednesday evening, December I .much interest and zeal as the

20.The writer of this letter ''Would put
hall was most attractivelydecorated I Florida on the map from Alaska to

in the fraternity colors, Mexico. How about helping us
paving brick
streamers and banners. In one t to reach the five hundred mark VITRIFIED re-examined are continually exam-
corner was Bob Cwanson's FlorUi- : A letter occasionally will also help facture to maintain every stage of manu- .

ans, who rendered a pretty pro- I a great deal, but if you haven't barrier is erected to quality. Every possible 11
prevent the
gram of dance music, cheerfully I time for this, send in your subscription but durable brick for paving shipment of any iJ
responding to numerous encores. purposes. Four times,
any way.
I during the process of !r
Promptly at 10 o'clock the mer- manufacture, each brick is
making began and I of inspected Individually, and any that are imperfect I ='i
ry so peppy Apropos the above letter Mr. ;
are cast
was the dance that no one realized"Tluce I Chapin has been sent his missing aside. Finally, after manufacture, the Ii F
entire I'it:
C'wlo.k: in the l\Iornin\ copy of tve 'Gator. If any other surviving output again is rigidly graded I _
according to / -4f
quality for
until the orchestra took up the subscriber fails to receive his copy paving. ;

valtz. just let us know and we will at- Ijf

During intermission an appetizing tend to the matter at once.
i', salad course and coffee was tH--r rt.

served, while the punch bowl occupied How many Florida Alumni pat- t. t (
i ii a popular corner of the ronize Gator advertisers is a lead- I UTICk !
hall throughout the evening, despite ing question now at the beginningof : t.r

the cold weather outside. the new year. Merchants allover

Programs were neatly done in the the stat are planning their
fraternity colors. On the front cover outlay for the coming year and r:

was a picture of Santa Claus, the Alligator wants its share. Tha "
reminding everv one of the approaching size of the paper for the remainder PAVEMENTS ;t

holidays. Inside the of the. year depends on the

cover an appropriate verse was amount of advertising we <"2n get. are laid with brick which amount to only eighty

printed before each dance, while in The merchants of Gaines m. know per cent of the entire kiln output. The other twenty

the back was the chapter roll and I that it is good business for themto per cent are considered inferior for pavements and I

the nicknames of the members.A use the columns of the Alligator are never offered for sale for pavement construction.

i large assembly of out of town for the students hav3 responded ; The taxpayer relies upon the Standard Rattler Test
girls were present from Jackson- well. The questiton is-is it of the American Society for
ville, F. S. C. "'., and other places. merely charity for an outoftownfirm protect his interests by insuring, at all times dur-, to i
to advertise in the Alligator, able ,
paving brick. Paving brick are tested officially
ALUMNI NEWS or is it a paying proposition? I' in this rattler," a revolving steel barrel in which

(Continued from page two) When you need a new suit, hat, iron balls inflict a punishment on the brick far more _

a. Its inherent worth.b. any article of clothing, sporting severe than they will receive in streets of the heavIest
goods, jewelry, music or what not, traffic. You 1
Its scope of work and help.c. should know-and recognize 1.
The worth of its faculty.d. look over the columns of the Alli- importance to you of this fact-that brick is the ;
Its equipment. gator for the place to buy your paving material only
which is
goods. You will find it will pay tested in the precise form,
e. Its great fundamental motive"to substance and
condition in
which it is
you and the advertisers, and go a laid in the
make worthy men. ... roadway. 1:
i I made inquiries of many about long way toward helping supportthe ,
'booze." Gator. We do not ask you to
The composite
was booze is not popular with the do this at any loss to yourself, for NATIONAL .PAVING BRICK
real student our advertisers are v ell known
body; Some "rough-
necks" get in here who have no business firms and are well worthy MANUFACTURERS ASSOCIATION

standards of of your patronage. Just another -
life no self-respect s
and no respect for others. SuchPersons suggestion-mention the fact that L Cleveland, Ohio

they you are a Florida man when you
: are not get A
booze but they don't stay, they go. shop with one of these firms.

They won't live in this atmos-
phere. He sure is a far-sighted man.
I asked about "the social evil" How come?

The {composite answer was more Had a fire extinguisher put in i

Scathing than the above for the his coffin.-Hullaballo. I

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61 Thomas. Assessment 50 cents. House.
Parmenter, 46 Buckman, Lynn
TURNING Crawford, 95 Thomas. Assess- ;
iSkIf Entered as second class matter, September 29, 1912, at the Post ment $1.00. eluding and thtc.
County Clubs, ij,.
office at Gainesville, Florida, under the acts of March 3, 1879. PICTURES INFor Junior Class Ifctures: Frank cieties, etc.) Edgar B1
Paul, 83 Thomas, Gerald Bee, 39 House, D. F. McDowellijJ t
Buckman. Assessment $2.50. as, O. R. Davis, 37 Ba
# FREDERIC H. LANGWORTHY --_ _______ ___. Editor-in-Chief any information relative to Senior Class Pictures: K. K. sessment $12.00 each
1 ; ROBERT WRAY ________._n___:._._ .Managing Editor pictures for the Seminole, turning Hansen, Kappa Sigma House, _H.M. Fraternities, Ribbon page "
HUBERT them in, or obtaining mounting Braddock 46 Buckman. etc.: R. S. Pearce, S. ,
WEEKS ...._:___ Assistant Managing EditorR. A.E.
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cards, etc., see the table listed below GET YOUR CARDBOARDS FOR Assessment $12.00 pJT
A. CARLTON ---------------____.___...__.Sport Editor : :MOUNTING PICTURES FROM: each
l \ '. RUSSELL KING .--.. ....--___.___.Make-up Editor TURN IN YOUR PICTURES FOR For organizations and clubs: V. M. Bradshaw SNAPSHOTS-
Edgar Blake, K. A. House. 10$
iii K. K. HANSEN --.___._..______._-.__.__'''_.__Joke Editor Freshman Class Pictures:; Lee For fraternities, ribbon socie- -
I FRANK ELMORE, EDGAR BUSBEE --____.Society Editors Worley, 32 Buckman, John Bond, ties, etc.: R. S. Uearce, S. A. E. Patronize Gator Adtertiafn

F 4 B- W. AMES ___mnAlumni Editor I I I II ---
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> 1t t M. W. OVERSTREET -______________________: Asst. Alumni Editor
; N. D. St. JOHN --.-....-----...--t.:...---..__._Exchange EditorMILITARY -. t--r.

VIRGIL. BRADSHAW .-_.__.__..............-- EDITOR -r- ..rE.rA.ST
-c._ ,
i; Reporters: Franklin West, G. H. Bee, W. Emmons, B. Gamble,
Usner, Don C. Booth, R. E. Glenn, C. D. Keen, G. A. Martel, J. D. :, FLicar'

F; t r; Sibert, T. W. Parhan

' F!1 HORACE WILSON Business
------------------ --- Manager

- [ :' i I, D. A.. RAMBO --------mm-- -.---_--. Assistant Business Manager

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t If;1 .t THE DRIVE. "The way of an Eagle in the air
: The coming weeks will see the opening of the big drive which

the student body of the University and the Y. M. C. A. are going

: to make in order to procure a badly-needed building for social and ENTURY after century refused to encourage him further.

;' '; ; religious purposes. A sum of $250,000 is needed to ..erect ..this (1,1' men broke their necks He died a disappointed man.

I 1.. beautiful building upon our campus, and the importance of thestudent's trying to fly. They had Langley's scientific study which
not troubled to discover
:j: work in the drive can not be too well emphasized. Committees ultimately the -
gave us airplane
-iif what Solomon called "the way of
F are formed, and fellow-students seemed
your have finished their: an eagle in the air." unimportant in 1896.
t ::' plan of campaign. It is for the rest to back them to the limit of I .. Whole newspaper pages were given
t their ability in every possible way that we can do. Remember 1891 came Samuel Pierpont up to the sixteen-to-one ratio of
Langley, of the
secretary Smithsilver
) :r: this: The eyes of the entire State are upon you now. What the sonian Institution. He wanted to gold.

'. ; students do here will be known broadcast over the State. Let facts. His first step was to whirl "Sixtccn-to-one" is dead polit. ;'.

c I I your own sacrifices, your own willingness and your own enthusi- flat surfaces in the air, to measure ically. Thousands of airplanes I
astic attitude be reflected the air cleave I t h. -airplanes I built
everywhere, and the story of your un- pressures required sustain -
selfishness will be the greatest incentive to the outside world to these surfaces in motion and with the knowledge that Langleyacquired.

help the cause along. to study the swirls I and currents of ,,
the air itself. Finally, in 1896, he In this
I ": The Y. M. C. A. representatives who have been sent here are built a small steam-driven model the General Electric Laboratories of _..-'
!! doing their part. Your committeemen are doing their part. The which flew three-quarters of Company
a their
r played part. They aided in
faculty of this university have promised to contribute from their mile. "
t: developing the "supercharger,
t. own salaries, which the world knows are meager, from three to With' a Congressional appropriation whereby an engine may be sup-

t t I five per cent for the building. Such loyalty and self-sacrifice as ; of $soooo Langley built; plied with the air that it needs for

thisis the greatest stimulation any one should need. Let us show a large man-carrying machine. combustion at altitudes of four

the,world that the students here are men of the same caliber as cause it was improperly launched, miles and more. Getting the facts

their unselfish Faculty. Back the committees. Dig down in your it dropped into the Potomac River. first, the Langley method, made

.; own pocket. Write to the folks at home and tell diem of this Years later, Glenn Curtiss flew it achievement possible.at .

t : wonderful work to be done. Write to your local newspapers, to '+ Hammondsport, New York. What is expedient or important '.
::: Congress
:. I your high school principals, to your local Chamber of Commerce. -,r regarded Langlcys' today may'be forgotten tomorrow. '
rt 'I This drive needs advertising, the'more it can get the better it will attempt but not as a scientific experiment The spirit of scientific research 1 .
as a sad fiasco and and its
f, .! be, and the results of the drive depend in a large way upon your* endure.Genera1E1eflrjc.
: : own individual efforts. l'

:j Such a building as the one planned has been needed here for :

: i il : some time, for the present recreation room is far, far inadequate.It .

r will not only be a needed asset to the university and its stui Cjentrl.l Office Company ScheneetadyN.Y

; i 1 dent body, but it will be a building as beautiful and imposing as i: i

,; any of the others, a thing of beauty worthy of the University of,j jI 9s4fI

I J. ;i: i Florida. Get to work at once, and do all you can to make the '
+ ...
.. ; drive a successful one. Remember that your efforts alone may "... "."....
f I !} .. 4 put it over. I I 4. "". ....... $ ".. ." ,
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.1')' ::1:1"e; are upon the threshold of a new school ;year; we have It ...<.i ie.' ., 4.

; passed another milestone in Florida's progress and are entering anew : -._ YOUR HOLIDAY TUXEDO ; :

:; 'M t ;year of achievement. Such a drive as the one we are .>") -

:rt ing is indeed a fitting enterprise with which to start out. prepar-j : AT A REASONABLE 1.
Jd t be the initial step in a year which we must all resolve to make PRICE

a i::! even a greater year than the one which has passed. We can look !\+

t:j back upon 1922 with no little pride and whisper to ourselves that i: AT FORCHGOTT'S V
J I { we have done well. Yet we must turn and look now out upon the : STORE lJ

year 1923 and whisper that we must do even better. If Florida i' Bay and Main

\\j is)to be the greatest University in the South, every year must I'I'j : Streets-Jacksonville If.
: ? increase our record of achievement. And our initial step of 1923 : i-:.
I t Very Newest
: is now being taken. We must not fail here at the beginning. We : .;. -..- Models at $40 & $45 : )

must start off with a grand whoop and a rush. Get the spirit of 1 -tf: -i.
; the drive-and push! ')'
: While in the Store
to see the- ,' 1

It is indeed with great sorrow that we learn that Dixon will : J

lot be here to lead the way over the top in the coming drive. Yet : .k White with black Buttons

we, know that Kenneth Hait into
will-step Dixon's footsteps and .
lead the way with the same old Gator spirit. Let's get back of .

Kenneth, and drive as Dixon used to do on Fleming Field. t t

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exemplified in Coach Kline. This work. Another road exhibit which is
mentor who once starred with the Coach Kline, it is said, will enter coming here is one sent out by
University of Illinois in all business in :Miami. the Highway Transport Depart-
SPORTS branches of athletics, and besides ment in Washington. This col-
had the distinction of coaching FLORIDA NOW AMEMBER lection is made up of models of" J
three All-Western championshipteams OF N. C. A. roads, bridges structures, and.
I II in Nebraska before comingto culverts. It will be sent here' i

Florida was destined to make Every new year brings a revela- from Washington and Lee, and
I good from the day of his arrivalin tion. Florida is now recognized will arrive about January 8 and, ,
NOTICE. I important that all designing to Gainesville. among the nation's best. Last be here until January 22. .

All men interested in volley ball take this course register at once Besides his congenial nature he month the "big dogs' of America's
nd who intend to go out for this so as to obtain text books, etc. possesses an uncanny knowledge gridiron swept the pride of Flor- SWIMMING, BOXING AND J"H
which depicts itself in the esteem ida from the Everglades of WRESTLING START SOON
inor sport, are requested to signe For further information see Dr. .1
posted in the gyn. If Bristol. and co-operation he receives from It Gainesville and spread her fame
paper names are turned in to his team. They like him and they abroad by listing her name in red As soon as time permits ar- **
,nough it tournament will be resultantly work with him and for letters among the members of the I rangements will be made for the 4
arrant COACH "BILL
National Collegiate Athletic Asso- I team.
training of a swimming .
order to give practice
.arranged in :; RESIGNED him.So
For' University volley ball team now that "Coach Bill" will ciation. I Warburg lake has been ('hosen"as"
the will make several trips this (Continued from Page 1) no longer be actively engaged in This organization is limited to the site for the coming activitiesof
hick has met and defeated many of the University work may every loyal no section of America but, as the the Gator aquabats. Dr. Man- ,
leading teams in Dixie. Gator, in his Heart, give a "long I name signifies, it is for every chester hopes to be able to get a "
ear.SSOCIATION Behind such accomplishmentsmust gator" for "Coach" who has done I school. The tendency is to make motor boat and some row boats so
OF be a man of intelligence and I so much for Florida, and may the the brotherhood spirit free among that a course may be laid out. All
wide experience, both of which are best of success attend his future all colleges and to, at all times, men who will go out for the swim-
keep each member well informed ming team will be notified when
R.O.T.C.UNITSOFU. -. I concerning each on ls move- the time comes to report.
ments. Boxing classes will begin Sat.
S. UNIVERSITIESAn rW\i: ? iV f i urday at 12 o'clock and also on
ENGINEERING NEWS. Friday at 3 o'clock. Those who
;-- The Civil Engineering Depart- are interested in entering the boxing '
association of all the educational ment of the Engineering College classes should notify Dr. Man
institutions in the United has received a gift from the Texas chester as soon as possible.
tates which maintain R. O. T. C. Company of an exhibit of asphalt The boxing tournament will be
Jnits is being formed which when road materials. There are held the first week in SUrcb.
impleted is expected to be a twenty samples in the exhibit, all The first class in wrestling will t
trong ally to other societies and labeled and described. They are be held on Friday at 3 o'clock and
ssociations which support na- open for inspection in the Civil all the men who .vant to tie in
? I
ional defense.At Engineering office at the Engin- the class should let Dr. Manihts-
I eering College building. ter know at once.WON'T '
the summer camp sum-
extended ton -
er an invitation was

1 the presidents of colleges rep- ..
esented there to visit the camp .
n a certain date. The 4th Corpsrea t
headquarters called in to
onference the P. M. S. & T.'s, and : HAVATAMPAMILD
hese presidents and at that timehe
association of R. O. T. C. colleges : ,!: HAVANA ,

4th Corps area was formed.At "" 'f CIGAR ; : .

the last meeting the asso- :
iation took up the project of a
rational body, and President Moran Distributors

of the University of Tennesee Tampa Miami Jacksonville
head of the association, was .

elected to begin organization of r a ,. -
;he national body. Letters haveen -. 1
written to all college presi- .
ents in the other corps areas se- ATHLETIC SUPPLIES
ected to initiate the movement': ', !1

,,nd there is now a widespread in- 1 :,
Test in the whole program.
Land grant colleges and mili- .
ry schools are also taking .a' t
reat deal of interest in. the mater v '..' k .wh; _& BAIRD HARDWARE CO. I
and before long it is expectedhat ;. i
a strong national organization COACH W. G. "BILL" KLINE
will in the inter Phone 7 II IIR.
be functioning
'Whose! Resignation as Head ,Football Coach Will Be a Loss To the
.sts of the R. O. T. C. and na-

ional defense in general. ,-.' University .
LANS FOR COURSE IN ECONOMIC .................................

than fifty students have : Co-Operative
[already signed applications for the ,I
course in Economic History of
the United States to be given by Military and Athletic Goods a Specialty
Goods I
|Dr. Kendricks, and as soon as sufficient Sporting |
money has been turned into
| meet the expenses the final arrangement I Rear of Engineering Bldg.

will made.At .
be Fellows. were newcomers among Gator advertisers but from jiow .

present it is expected that be in here strong for all Gator activities, especially in JP I ..... ., .
we'll .. .
on .. ... .. .. .
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here will be three classes a week ? -- ------- ----=-
the Ports line. 1111
Monday and Tuesday afternoonsat I

2 o'clcck and the third hour for When you need a good track shoe, gym suit, basketball baseJ i

[discussions to be determined later. ball, tennis, or golf supplies let us know. We carry' the standard J I ARE YOU GOING WITH THE SAME
These classes are to be held by Dr. brands. .
Kendricks during his stay in .

Gainesville, which will be until the You Tampa Alumni .Remember us when you buy athletic ?+ I# FRIENDS?

twiddle of April, and after that goods.:We carry. a complete line and a fine stock of fishing tackle. .1
|date Dr. Bristol will take his place. +
I Then they have seen all your shirts and ties. We've i if4
Economic history is a general 1 .

1 but comprehensive history of the : Sportsmen Supply Company < some new shirts that are pictures. Why not surprise
F [growth of American industry and I l *

t mmerce with social and economic + TAMPA, FLORIDA ', f your friends with a new reel?
i problems involoved. In taking this 1.

# l ourse it will be a great privilegeto 618 Florida Ave. Phone 3417 Opposite PostoffkeV

[ work under one so renowned in BURNETT TH"' CLOTHIER
[the authority of this field as Dr. .

[lendricks, who is a professor in .. .
Columbia Universiy and is now engaged -
in writing an economic his-
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is .
tory if the United States. It ............ , ,
.oo. .oASOeoo......................tseroo...... ........................ ooooo at

The Second Laundry Semester Begins January 9, 1922

Ends May 6, .1923

Weavers Steam Laundry

THE PRICE IS $8.00 |

.... .....................+4 .....+*++**:+++f*.****f*..**+++**++++++++++++4THE

r1' w_

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FL i I" I I -t''lll tr ..'+ + + + 5. *'+ + + + + + + < + + + + + * *+ Boney.Talk-Leonard! da ;Vinci I I SEE
I }- + -J. Hooper Wise. Drug: CompanyFOR

t I J K. HANSEN J. F. BLATT + Members are reminded that the I DRUGS, STATIONERY, TOILET ARTlrr

r II IIt i : ATROCITIES regular meeting place is now the CANDIES, SOUVENIR CARDS, WATERMAN F a
[ 'j'l Practice Court Room of the Law
Building. Time Monday, at
, \ \ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + o'clock, .as usual.Tailoring. -------_-.-,------ ..... ....
1 -HI j jE !
!; ATROCITIES He-At first Alice would not .. Ii
j A motorist stranded by the tell me whether she loved me or !, wI It I
r r ; : roadside telephoned frantically for not. I I It I Guaranteed Service and Courtesy is our Motto
i i I" assistance. She-And did you finally succeedin I Cleaning, I. J. C. PREVATT, Prop.
j "I r IJ
1 11 "I've turned turtle," he shouted. making her tell you? t '!..!!!leoooo.o.--_
r : ;1 "Apply at the aquarium," came He-Yes, I finally squeezed it t

J.t 'j back the reply.-Holcad. out of her.-Lakeland Percolator.A Pressing, Dyeing t ._--- ----------
f. r
}H'f.! We are told that a college is an woodpecker-tn; a freshman'shead. I

t. I I:. I-. institution run in conjunction drill I I SPECIAL RATES TO I THE UNIVERSITY BOOK STORE
And started ; I
II ili!; I; with a football team.-Ex. away
:: I. ______ He drilled away for half a day UNIVERSITY STUDENTS t Basement Language Hall
'J J And finally busted his bill. t t
f; i' Teacher Wow much is two
l Hts. Review. a' II t
'. ,fl I 1rj times four? I I
: t Johnny (laconically) Two F.esh-Was Longfellow, a funny I II r

5 r ,";;'! ,t 1_' ai times Teacher four-are Well eight., now, that's poet Senior-Sure.? Didn't he make I I I See Mr. Walker at I II !I It !I,- New Lin eof University Jewelry and Stationery->

l L1-!:? .pretty Johnny-Pretty good. good h-, that'sperfect. 1\linnehaha.-Piedmont Owl. t 73 Thos. Hall t tt i: t Assortment" of Pennants, Freshman Caps, Mem

;" ; ; .--Cosmos. Dearie, since you've went away t II t tt ory Books, Etc.I .
't ,' .J -- My bitter tears have fell- W. N. AVERA It '
} t tt
;l Hike-i hear that you are How lonesome I shall ever wasI I t
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l l:. working in a shirt factory. cannot ever tell. 233 E. Main St. S. dI t,I
'f ,MI: I Ike-Yes, you heard right. t ----=-----------
!. j, ;1 Mike-Well, why aren't you A lot of time has come and went I t Phone 415 Ii t ,I i'

f : t" -,working this week? Since I have saw your face, t Greenleaf & Crosby Company
,;: .:. -1! Ike--Oh, we are making night And when you have came back l----------.. i I :
1 :- ,j' ,shirts this week.-Go1d and Black. again I --------- : .
1 ------ Don't leave this place. Auerbach's Fine Candies t It I JEWELERS t
t .!; :-1': ;1 Teacher-What's the plural oft ever I II
jl t lOcDORSET i I
; child? t ;
t 1 have not yet forgot, you bet, I It Jacksonville, Florida
f' Jimmie-Children. t & CO.GROCERIES
i .
iLI ,
; ;1 I, Teachar-Correct. Now, what is Them loving words you spoke; I II t 0 ;t fI
knowed they wasn't meant at all i :
t ., : J, the plural of baby? But still my heart is broke. t .I I Medals, Class Rings and Pins. Comai
: ;.', .j...: J immie Twins. i ----.rws0o 1.
I I tees in search of loving cups or tropfe
,;:.> .I I ;',! wish I.was a fountain pen But maybe when you've wrote me, I iA i- -------: I suitable for Golf, Tennis or other atU .
: J. S. I
tj .:; ,! Tied 'round my daddy's -
; : Then any time r wanted cash And showed of me you've thunk, I I and t : t events, will find it an easy matter i

:: ,. ;; I'd write myself a check. I'll dry them bitter tears away I COMPANYDruggists ; t Choose from selection packages whir
f I And won't feel quite so punk. t
; ; "I'll show them," said the hen, __Piedmont Owl. I I : Phone 32 II t will gladly send upon approval. i ia

r ; as she pushed the china egg out -- '
The Poet's Club (nay, Soiety. ) --------I .
; of the nest, 'that they can't make ------------------
: is going into other lines of literary I
I a bricklayer out of me.Ex. ---------1 I1 J
It: I I activity. They plan to take un t 0 0I It ..........ooO.OOOOO ..4...
:.' I' t\\ Essay on King Sol :non debating. The question for the I II ;-
I ; \ I I I King Solomon wuz a nan who next meeting, as announced by Ted I t Pressing Club WHEN YOU EAT AT THE
I I" l'" : lived fo long in the country that Pendarvis, chairman of the pro- Opposite Star I *
g.am committee, will be: "Re- I Garage I &
.1 1 wuz the whole push. He wuz a I II GAINESVILLE
solved, that there is
just as much CAFETERIAYOU
I I ogul wize guy, and on? day 2
I wimmen came to him each holding difference in some folks as thereis I LET US CLEAN 'EM I II li
f :> i the legs of a babie and nearly in anybody else." Aff., Kenneth I GET i l

t pulling the kid in 2 and each Hait. Xeg., Joe Wheeler. t Dyeing and Pressing Also It ** A SQUARE MEAL .\?
1; claiming it, and King Sol wasn't I I Iff
t Frosh I to Frosh II-And how Phone 675 at I
:'r; : I feeling just rite and sed, "Why are you getting along, being away I I a
l;: j cud ent the brat b.en Twins and from mamma for so long? ----------. I SQUARE DEAL PRICE
I I stop this mixup," and then he Frosh II-Fine. I can put on --O-O--Oa --
1 : reached for his sord to split the my socks from either end now.- ...... O .....

1 innercent little kid in 2 so each Tulane Hullaballo. : SMITH'SII i :
f j one of the wimmin could have 1-2, ---------------- .
I ;f when the real ma of the babie buts Dear Editor-My husband beatsme t I II I :*!i it

in and sez, "Stopp, Solomon! Stay up something terrible every I I ELECTRIC SHOE REPAIR COl\IPGl
't ; : thi hand and let her have the kid, I morning. What shall I do? I 475I( I .

t 1 for if I can't have a hole kid I Answer-Get an alarm clock.- I I ( SHOES REPAIRED WHILE YOU WAIT. .
t don't want any, and King Solomon Hullaballo. BIGGEST MANUFACTURING t t .
told her
2 take the babie an go
you most t
f i home an wash its face for was t Not a cheap imitation, but the
\, hep to it was hers, an he told the your skating when you learned? highest grade shces on the t
J other daim to go chais herself.Ex. .- She-I think you are h rrid.- t market for Men who demand II STUDENT REPRESENTATIVE-H. K. WINTER,.
f Hullaballo. the best at reasonable prices. t "
,: j ,. I Made in a standardized unit 19 BUCKMAN ,
factory where only the latest t t
Acquitted All enttries for the beauty con- t styles are adopted. Material ,
Judge-Sam, there's test miist be made immediately. If and t & 7
more uses workmanship of the
t highest ----------------
to a razor than to shave with. A you want your girl's picture in the :: tl-ss. Real Calfskin upA -.

a r razor is a dangerous weapon to Seminole, you must act quick. This t counter per, solid, oak Wing leather Foot soles rubber and ................... ... ..".,t
eight-page section of '
Florida beau-
r carry around. heels, lasts that have style, fit t "
t 1 Sam-But, jedge, dis razor ain'tno ties will be one of the most novel I comfort. Just the shoes you are % SPORTING GOODS 4:
and attractive features of the looking for. Come and t
dangerous razor; it am a I see Football Tell!
safety razor.-Tiger. 1922-23 Annual, and your girl's them.
picture should be there. Here is I I t Hardware of All Kinds

I have a good job at the con fec- 1 one of the best excuses you will t I L. C. SMITH I I $ SEE US
rI f tioners. have to get a good picture of I I.ooooa "- .
t her and at the same timet to fin; __
I Wh.4p you do? ; ol.f THE THOMAS COMPANY 3
: :.J- i
T. ,;. :"< Jit olates. how nearly your idea of feminine .:
t <- "' beauty jibes with that of Coles 'I ---------l I Phone 22

j:;' :: '4 ng Prof. What is Phillips, for he is to be the judge. t 4 WEST SIDE OF SQUARE
.. -\\ l! Turn your girl's photograph in I YOUR t .

.. 1 !! "Jtfamons-Mineral wool is to Truman Green, Sigma Xu t. I ........ .................
;, I -tli':: nngs from a hydraulicram. House, at once. Here you will see
it placed in a sealed envelope, to be I STORE I I II II -

,. g'- opened only by the judge Coles I STYLE
Her-wonder why there is so I Philips. If she fools him as she
much in has she will have whole I
electricity my hair? you a
Him-Because it is attached to I page in the Seminole, with a large I Use our fast delivery serv I I ALL THE WHILE

} a dry cell.-Tiger. portrait in the center and a smaller t i ice. Full line College Stationery -
I photograph in the lower right- t
'i I She-I wonder why the poor man hand corner. If you think she is I drugs,.. toilet _.art-
jumped in the river? pretty, show her so by entering f idles, Tobacco. I Our system of operation makes fffS '
He-I think there is a womanat her picture in this contest, and let t for exceptional values-unexcell- -
the bottom of it.-Tiger. one of America's foremost art t
critics vindicate your choice. t tIt ed service. \
L Jim Prof.Winfield(in class(just)-Order awakening-! Order! PROGRAM FOR FARRLITERARY I It I Rexall. Store No. 2 t j I ISuitsHatsFurnishing

Glass of milk and a piece of pie. SOCIETY .I t
January 8, 1923 I
it'r Jimmie !Melton-I wish I could Debate: "Resolved, that the 719 W. University Ave. t Goods '
ea range the alphabet: free range of livestock should be I

Jimmies Own--Ac why* prohibited in Florida.?* t Phone 360-,y BAILEY
; JamcTd put you LEt. I close f Affirmatipe-S. W. Walker, R. t THE CLOTHIERTAMPA
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The Michigan Agricultural Col- omores and freshmen, Ags, engineers t BoardCANOOCHEE t I Incorporated 1888
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'e is one home ecs and general I $100,000 Surplus, $$150,000
supporting a student fo- science t LODGE t !
Itges students are all united GAINESVILE, FLORIDA !
Michigan Ags use in 1211 W. University Ave.
n. one body for a good time. i _
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>lr forum to discuss matters of spirit of fellowship which prevails -iililii.J. .
, |crest to the student body. The has developed traditions of whichwe
of their forum is to get are proud. The W. M'COLLUM & CO.
rpose new student Goods
Popular at Popular Prices at I
I thinking on the mat- finds DRUGGISTSTHE
I iery one to out that all is not in books ,
4 fn which are best for the Univer- and classrooms. He comes to know REXALL STORE
| and without beating around I the real human In his fellow stu- Agents for I r'I

fe'bush to give each student the dents. His interest in all activities I Liggetts and Norris Candies ,

portunity to voice his opinion I is awakened and it marks the Gainesville Fla. .- ----------___ ____ .i
(i student beginning of his college life in the
I. fullest sense. This spirit has aid ; VISIT US EVERY DAY t eI
H. Doran
Clemson Tigers At Work ed in
developing the wonderful ,
For over a week the Tiger cage reputation that state now holds. For Bicycles and Bicycle 1"1 t THE LYRIC THEATRE
,. [tilts have been busy practicing Let us cultitvate this is Accessories I
spirit. IT I You Know Hew We Stand on All College Matters I '
i i the n w gym. About thirty-five the spirit of democracy-Industrial 232 East Main Street South I
i! veered Coach Stewart's call the Collegian. I --------------------
[rit day. The latter part of the -
feek found the Tigers scrimmage Alas 1923 Schedule I-- ----- firaraftRKftftRftfiTI yy; ; YYYyyyy; ; ; ; ; ;! Yi

t and bard workouts have been Alabama's Crimson Tide will I OTTO F STOCK i iII x fI

he program of the dtThe basil meet Syracuse University at Syracuse
i it ball squad lost five letter men N. Y., October 13, in her big I I TAILOR I I GAINESVILLE FURNITURE COMPANY xIi '

t om last year's squad. With only intersectional game next season.
ref letter men from last year's Offers from Princeton, Army and I SIi
lint to build on, Coach Stewarta Navy were turned down. t AND I Victrolas and Records !x

a hard job ahead of him. This is to take the place of the

t The Tiger quint faces a hard Penn game of this tim I I DRY CLEANER I III ,Jj i D. R. COX, Proprietor TELEPHONE 86
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but attractive schedule this sea- The schedule for the coming sea
ion. So far seventeen games have son will be even more ambitious I x i
t. <>cn arranged, subject to the np- than the last. The following games i II Phone 354 I ;
roval of the authoritites.Clemn have been scheduled: ,i iw.Nis H2RfiffiHBUffi fBBffiH! !fi! !R Yfi;!: !: !: !:fiYY; ;: '

Tiger. Oct. 20.-Sewanee, Birmingham. w.ls --liif
I Nov. 3-Georgia Tech, Atlanta.
Tutane Cheer' Leaders Honored Nov. 10-Kentucky, at Denny I YOUR RAZOR I It ST. PATRICK'S CATHOLIC CHURCH .
:C Tulane should feel proud that I Field.
activities be ,
'{ her are beginning Nov. 17.-Louisiana State, Baton t

Appreciated by the country at Rouge, La. I Sharpened at about one- t Reverend John Conoley, S. T. L., Rector -t t
arge. More and more the national Nov. 21.-Georgia, at Montgomery. I'
1 publications are beginning to t third the cost of new bladesSWEARINGEN'S II t tI TELEPHONE 629 l _

.. }gnize her importance, and to University of Mississippi will I II I :'

port the doings of her student probably be played here October 6, I II SCHEDULE OF SERVICES } }=
aders. The latest magazine to I II
with one or two other good
t AT IDEAL SUNDAYS-10:30 A. M. and 7:45 P. M. J
feature Tulane's prowess is the CAFE
be staged here. t WEEKDAYS-7:30 A. M. ':1:
amous "Police Gazette, which in Coach Bemier is trying to arrange Opposite Fire StationS
fts issue of December 16, prints a .
another good game for Bir- -----------

picture of Tulane's and Newomb's mingham the Saturday after yy; !fiyyfi; ;! !fi! y; !fiS .........s..+.....+.o.....+: 4s
cheer leaders in action. Ben Thanksgiving. Tulane is a pros-
)ayries and Miss St. Martin are pective oponent for this day, with : : ALEX CAFETERIA : .'

pictured in characteristic attitudes, the possibility of an Eastern team
ending their leadership, probably, coming down. The Crimson- .
io the rendition of a "great big White.
Hullabaloo."'-Tulane Hullabaloo. o : Here's the place to get O :

Co-Eds "SH'ne 'Em Up" at Cincy + what you want when 4 4;
Shine 'Em Up? When frosh co-eds at the Uni- S
University of Washington, (P. I. versity of Cincinnati want a little you want it. :: :

S.), Dec. 13. seniors of ,
-The spare change- they engage in shin- i. .
he University of Washington ing shoes. Several of the co-eds -
[cleared $210 as the 'Iesult of shin- have set up stands and are making + .

ing shoes on the campus for one money fast.-The Holcad. ...................+5....+.4!! I
: day. The money will be turned

over to the Associated Charities to 40 Per Cent Tech Boys
(distribute to needy families in the Self-Supporting
form of groceries. Each of the Approximately 725 of the 1,776 Bedding, Pillow Cases,
[under classes contributed $23 to students registered at Georgia V\Tc grind Our Own LensesNODELAY

[the fund.-U. of W. Sagebrush. Tech this year are working their Sheets, Blankets ;

way through school, according to
Florida \s. Georgia figures compiled by Prof. Floyd QaincsVillc. Florida.Handsome RIBBONS-RIBBON NOVELTIES t'

Bob Brumby, who attended Field, dean of men. This does not MADE TO SPECIAL ORDER
school here in 1921, has made quits include the night students.Of i
a record for himself at the Unite these students, 250 includingthe
'sity of Georgia lie played the 144 students registered in the We Keep Everything for Your Room f'Q'i
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brain demanding position i- co-operative course in engineering,
of quarter on the freshman are paying their own way almost i ,;
foothill "quad. He was not onlya entirely on money they earn ou i : h
R\\X01 i sit neral in the game be- side of class hours. ( } -- --
'wew Florida and Georgia freshmen According to Professor Field, SerVice J1i'/ /" \., J116f( i

but was "a whole team in this i is an unusually large number. Q.iiiiws Ie IeI
:js one of the papers hast The courses in engineering are
,itod, The peculiar feature about of such high scholastic standard
th,. jrinv was that the quarter- that the study necessarily takesup ,
'I k 'k on each team was an old S. a larger amount of time than i-r------iii ,
P. H. S. student, and both members courses in academic .- :i J
t of the 1920 football team"Mike" Technique. t t

: Randall who opposed Brumby, was ----- t

also a star. This shows us of what NOTICE and he admits it!Andbe'sa I i SHOES AND -I
good material old S. P. 11. S. is ,VB. Harper a chemist of national wise one, too. lie CLOTHING,

made.-Palmetto and Pine. reputation and an authorityon brushes his hair with d -_-,>Jr'. I
the destructive distillation of. "Vaseline" Hair Tonic I > H.:... .
Hobo Day wood, will deliver a lecture to the No one knows better than FURNISHINGS -'.. ::;

Hobo Day, the day of days atSUte Flint Chemical Society, Wednesday he,the sleek,smarteffectit I S i iI _
to his head. And
College, is here again. Since evening at 7 p. m. in Science gives t
he also knows that it is
its inauguration: in 1912 as a "pep" Hall. a wonderful hair tonic tt tt t I II II
dayS it has steadily grown in size tt
and DAY IN At all drug stores and
importance until at the T3r?snt THURSDAY LAST student barber shops. t
time it is recognized as the greates' WHICH PICTURES CAN
student frolic in the Northwest BE MADE FOR SEMIXOlV CH EBllot.'CH, UAVUFACTVUXG; CO. I II
o a It is the day when all dirt Next Thursday, January 11, will Saar Saner Ne.fork t
renccs are laid aside. Faculty be the last day on which pictures I Evry Testbmf"froJmfl it rceomnhtaf I Ir
, members and students meet as hobo can be made for the Seminole. pmntj frrrrtltertftteimit ..d eecMesess.brusse .f is I
and squaw and all organizationsand AU Freshmen class pictures ,
1f Departments meet simply as must be turned in by Monday I
f Participants in a big day of fun, night January 8, to either John Vaselinexo.V..r I 1 '
frolic: and sport. Bond 61 Thomas, or Lee Worley, I GAINESVILLE, FLA.
The air of Hobo Day is charged 32 Buck-man. T err
with a feeling of fellowship thatis Sophomores must turn them in HAIR TONIC ,

scarcely equalled at any other by Saturday, the 13th, to either t
season of the year. For a day all William Parmenter Buckman, I tt '
distinctions and separations are Or Lynn Crawford 96 Thomas. ..... .. .- .- .- -- -- -

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fh': U'I EIGHT Review Courses in the subjects baritone, who sang with the Uni- was appointed Wedn "
of two years ing of: Dr. A. A. MnnL
r ENGINEERS'VILL AGS WILL MEETTEACHERS I required for examinations for versity Jimmie Quartette Melton, first tenor; dent of the Univers
certificates. ago;
leading to George Anderson, second tenor and Farr, vice president .,,_

MEET AGS IN BASKETBALL IN l ANNUAL the 2. Normal Normal Diploma.Courses Nat Mayo bass. These week-end men will sity White; Professor, the T. R.14.
White Unive
Mr. on :
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TOURNEY 1 I DEBATEThe standard 3. College college degrees of A. B. t trips and render programs of inspiring secretary, and B. R.
in Education and B. S. in Educa- songs in different cities in known business man .

\ ____ I which the campaign will be wag- This committee wit
intercollege tion. .
i. : j : Inte:college basketball tournament debates will be held between the 1. Graduate Courses leading to ed. the board of trustees. 1L

; will start next Wednesday I Teachers and the Ags on Mon- advanced degrees. Dr. A. A. Murphree, president Members of the St& ..I; .
J. W. Norman University, was named as tee who will
will be have
at 7:30. The faculty of' the
i g night when the Engineers will day evening January 15, cl1irn t::
: :L' play the Ags. The game will start The subject which will be debatedis Ph.D., dean, education and head of the board of trustees campaign in various .
t l at 7:00 p.m. At the end of the I : Resolved, That the United mathematics; Joseph R. Fulk., which' is made up of members of Florida are now being )f1
. i F r4 3 first half of the game at 7:15 >rates government should pay a Ph.D., education and social science; the faculty and prominent busi- The campaign has the
i I p.m., the Arts and Science team bonus to all the ex-service men W. A. Little, English and mathe- ness men of this city. and support of the Bfarj- [01al11'
; : will take the floor against the engaged in the world war. matics; Joseph Roemer Ph.D., education At the meeting yesterday of I trol, 'it was stated.

: t Teachers. This arrangement will The Teachers have the affirma- and science; Mrs. Joseph the board of trustees of the Y. When completed tlk f

l'o, *, speed up the tournament and keep tive side of the question and W. Roemer, B. S., primary education; M. C. A. of the University of Flor. building will provide &r ft,
': ] one set of teams playing whil J. Bullock and M. R. Hinson will O. I. Woodley, II. A., education. ida, the following officers were cial and religious nervy 4(
< 1r the others rest. represent them. For the Ags, C. Others will be added as needed. elected: President, Dr. A. A. Mur dents at the State eol# t

J o t'. \'fl r On Thursday night the Lawyers 0. Bratley and O. R. Davis will phree; vice president, Dr. J. M. both the winter and s 1
t I :. y ,, will play the winners between the I uphold the negative.In CAMPAIGN FOR $250,000 FORY Farr; secretary, R G. Manchester; sions. Plans for the
t H Ags and Enginsers. On F'iday; the first intercollegiate debate BUILDING. treasurer. E. F. Cannon. In addi- have been prepared ,kj tfe '
{, : night the finals will be played off. the Arts and Science team (Continued From Page One) tion to these officers the board of architect and are now ilk
t1'u : Both games will start at 7 p.m. composed of Roy Hoskins and Ger- cal and the statewide campaign trustees includes: Dr. H. Q. En- of University authority.: A
There is one eligibility rule for ald Bee won over the Engineerswho which will aid greatly to "bring wall Dr. J. E. Roemer, Dr. S. D. r-ha'ge declare that 6e 7
'y t intercollege basketball. Any man were represented by H. E. home the bacon.'' Much of his Rice, Dr. T. R. Leigh, T. I. McIntosh ed building is one of &

[ t4 may play exc.pt a basketball letter Knight and Count Yarnoff. work will be conducted through' Jr., G. E. White, E. B. of the kind in the en&t j .
nan. All games will be the International News Service. Hampton, B. R. Colson and L. M. It will be built of kick, 9 r
i C' d time and college SPRING TERM IS ADDED TO Assisting Mr. White in his campaign well three stories in
:1'' stait on any Bristol All of these men are height oj;
': i whose team is not on the floor UNIVERSITY ACTIVITIES of publicity throughout the known in University and business conform in style wift pq t
Continued from Page 1) state will ,be the University Quartet -
within five minutes of starting
\ circles.A building?: on the Uninnity qi C
\ '\ time will forfeit the game. This tinct groups, each serving a special newly organized. The quar- committee us. 1
'; nil. will hold good for all minor purpose: ttte is composed of Milton Yeats, special campaign

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these games will be announced at \\i

4' a later date.Following. .
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Dr. Manchester January
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10, otherwise it will be too late to
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y county clubs who want to enter I-i' .
., :oust notify Dr. Manchester by I ., k.i
j. : January 15. These games conclud k f:1Iii
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