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Title: The Florida alligator
Alternate title: Summer school news
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Alternate Title: Daily bulletin
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: January 13, 1923
Publication Date: 1912-1973
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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>.
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I ATRONIZE ALLIGATOR 1'

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XI UNIVERSITY --..-.--- '. -- -- --: -- -- _H' ___ -fL --- _-. __ _..
OF FLORIDA :
GAINESVILLE.. FLORIDA, :. ANUARY 13, 1923 NO. 16

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R. FARR SAYS U. 1 1I
: I I DR. A. A. MURPHRFJj
lOFF.NEEDS'HALLFOR l y ;
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STATES GREATEST
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ACTIVITIES I

** !i I I I I NEED OF U. OF FLA. :r'I


ce Where Students May j '

*Spend Moments Of Re- I II : 'I ReligiousSocW Building Is>
P ti
laxation Congen- ? d!.' Needed By UniversityAs :
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I IR r 1"sl 4J! Progressive As ; '
ially :
; I t Florida i

*,1 An1 survey-of tha physical !I! I i II No university-in America, in aa >1'-1 i '',-

Lipnient of the University of j I T1 1tI : 'I equal period of time, has achieved } ;s -
i
Lida could reveai the fact that : more remarkable dvelopment: than >f : .AtI

I all( phases of campus life ox- ,j I I t I the Unversity of Tlorida. Withia ;

I fpt one, somewhat adequate pro- j I !! the last ten years the enrollment ,K .. f
will be I f has increased twelve fold, and is :D :
fjoa has b ln or soon f ; ; ,.
ar late. That one lacking phase i% i| :t ti i iI now 1252 representing every n I: .
ij I Florida county, twenty states, and >! 1 '\
Lever in the i
7. of vital importance j j I four foreign countries. t' ,n
r: Lfopment of the student. Whileere i The j E f The state department is carrying- j j'
is provisions for the work ct !j ligious proposed new Social Re- erected at the University to take Y. M. C. A. Hut I I i one million seventy-eight thousand 'i L institution in class looms Activities Building be of the pi "sent : dollars insurance
1'-1 j of on the buld- linKS
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aries, laboratories and shops, ;; and personal pro rtjN of 11 .' I '

I ile there ate gymnasiums and I j r N DRY I the University. This, necessarily J r 1 _
I lets.. fields, there is absolutely I}i ATE----1 I I' is less than the actual value of the "! i f r-

\, place on the campus where | AN J Sf !, buildings and equipment and does '
Liens spend their moments not include the value of the six > t ri

( relaxation may 0: congregate for :j I i|:. hundrt tihrteen acres of land in .1-1r r A-
the
University domain. ; '
ia1, extra curriculum, or re- j CHMRMANBEULDING \
CAMP4IGN Ct -in ;
oos activities. : I 'viously, the light of this 'J (-d
li'oa j .. I marvelous growth, the demand for I i 1
would bitterly condemn the I -- '- -- --
-- mare academic buildings and dormitories : 'i

thorn llgemt-nt: in o which;' a parent to rear wno a large built l llly J I received According late to last an night announcement:Mr. Wilr I! A Ci4LLE.NGETQ -I;--- -+- + +-.-%---+- --:-. + .,. .:. +- -+ -+--+- I teachers_ and havs the increased need l of and more bergant til 1 i I., },-

t aaI of children if he provides 1 liam Jennigs Bryan will te the f NGTICE v ; but the most crying ;

room and dining room, but Chairman of the State Campaign i --- 1 1 + + need now, and the goat need! of ;
fitted in the house any place Committee in the drive for $250- I OUR GOOD FRIENDS, + Nominations (4 athletic:' + I the past years, a need that stands h J. r

ere the family could congregate, 000. to be used for the erection of j THE MENNi7 WOMEN : I + board of football manager: : + out above all th> rest is a religious 1':. ;
[the children grew up spending the proposed Soial-Religiou* Activities 1 : OF GAINESVILLE I + Jam J:, Boyd -social building for religious! i}i 1;

}ir time of leisure on .the street Building at the Unive-s'ty.; II ,_ l' + Frank Evans _., instruction. of University students .: : :t ,
ers or in !,ool rooms or In The following telegram has bcs'n' t -Iron tave just begun ; p "taut + Henson JIarkfca'f fi ---a' building dedicated to God and > ; 1
|rse places, you would /feel that I received from Mr. Brym'eOIfirm- i }paign fo ?25,000 as jr ar> quota : Date of etecf!en to be an-4' .to_ social service, a place where the ; I'l: :
towards I of noun:.'edl. .I Holy Bible shall .
father was to blame. Apt ing his acceptance o? the positionof I a Social 'nnd Religious i 4 be a text and et'rnal k
: Buildiii for the ofFlorida. I fi1 4 + i' : 4' + 4' truth inculcated,
University a place !
analogous condition prevails Chairman of the State Committee if.
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A. lo:al committee has where social hours, games and rt"I
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the : '
University.t : ,
1 'l\ i. White f been r.ppointeJ; they hate plan- .BUDGET COMMTTJ; REPORT.. cation of young men may be (!-;; '
: building devoted to these needs fl George .. I n2d ? 'I$",? .Gainesville, lasting Th? Budget Comp ittee held : enjoyed under companionable su-
jald be an investment on the i Gainesville, Florida. tb'ouJanuary 1C, 17, 18, and their regular meeting January, 9, ;. F.rvision. He e student pastors ; 1 -
.of the good people of the state f.j Appreciate honor. Plfased, -to : you r:/ill he asked to. eoTitribute. U23. The following amounts were may came to rooms provided for -
i & would repay them thousandId. I f.t accept chairmanship of Bid?. ; Men\ and, rome i !o tbd in seflons -- i granted l: them, for personal work and con. ; :

Id. There are now twelve hun- j Committee. diitaGt from Gainesville will Y. M. C. A..lqoofor expenses. f8l'tunW with the men of their '..

f-d, and in the course of a few jus j! W. J. BRYAN. le; akei to contribute &0 pern I Dr. Manchester, >430.00 for 1'Peclf faitl s. This building '
: of. the building fund f: .. must 1 te: upstanding ,
there will be over two This means that Mr. Bryan is but what I. kItt ex:essI'sal I amongst allth"re
thou-t i about t''a: |. othur 10 t, fo it will be devoted t. '
fid, of the ablest young m j jl in full sympathy with the movent prdcntTl f. };oy Club $12.00. j'
training .
v rida on the campus. They will 't tI to put the proposed nvr/ tr--.C! ; k- Ofobatirtg': coanr-'l. 92&J&Q. I I
: ing. f'\7" '' do the farn'tv n-'l that is fundamental and most im ,
leader th Mr. Grab:!!!", |2O.H) for :1
I < in every line of activitythe I on ? campus an'i that hi ; t 'e- athl i* \ '>
state, their views and their I mendous: power will b:? at the pfuent think of thin 13uUdtnc7How t i CX}endit l(S. { portant: of all. .. _':. ;.,. ii i it
> Since
c'o the such i '
head citizens .ol 42&Ht "'il1eeel ---,.. a structure with MJeb'
als v.-ill of the committee men who : -
be the moulding force ( about t?" Th"ti"rWtjJ 1 t functions caiiot, in the
be nature
si will of will work for the fund tout "o. h $5 Qoo. an average o: $100 per 1 1J.n of.
determine conduct the
the turned towards (;aines'-i'le if ; taM be obtain by State
the stat. u nag r.aJtiar a total Of
HS QieUniversiy
:4 ) t
I coming "**** OH'VHtn f appropriation, th .
generation. -For their V and their 'tenor=; fret the ? University and., .
if sakes and for the' sak of : r :4 v.-? hin: (!i'ed I'&fio to Gainesville's. campus alone. | her twelve hundred bnyc must go
D*. Murphree will arfdrrss! & ; quota h $!3, OO. Aft
9 : to the
'vets, thes-- shoutIthe rn""!: aftd purs.UV people for funds with which -
men ,
young '
} Civitan Club in Jacksoavris a'r ye. g'r!?; to un" re sss as w-
I.:I heve.just dug deep down 'in to const uct this house devoted
er.b st in social an l J did t or -
l next Friday evening Th: (ivitauei arc you: gUi!;'; to lie down to these" noble i
ritual trrinin 01.1pOt'k' : and som of us had tt ends. Surely every
the
? along with th"ir will on jo ? This
visit
the PI chsll
I University some dim nrettv deep, to raise ,,, open forrar'l looking citizen of Florida '
total and bodily: development j time in the Eoar future. of our Quota :{' to y'>u C-arnr j-j'e.:? Help us will desire ;
$10,000. The to have
faculty has raised out. a part ia
w Jis cannot ;c: done unless a suit- j this undertaking

E' glare i is i n ovided on ifee : -:- -- -. ,-",-- .
'. The ni .' I is cam-l V ---L- _
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t t'in"K! ; and forward'-loalriujf.o >_, ;: !
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"'I. : rf; state win f
support .
1't '".k'r; to tbs ere b + "
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'J 'Ji- i u 11':' :G: forwhith tile-

, !t ,.r] : -,..uh' ts of the Uni- : -3j3rj \ $ .
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.i pt' \.r t t,' i o; the New Year .....- S
: 1te1 i o-i Wednesday evening tA dt'I I

t i Jie jr.. 'ruiasium. '." \
Ue It! up.ninfr song, and sen-
I., 'pr,\'t'r'the University Quarl'p \.

; ''e>vd" a pleading selecl-

"In T .e C<)'Jen." The quartette .

u is i >1'.flog,l of Milton Yeats, ,
|ad i" ?:fll.m George Anderson

Rat Mayo, was so popularits

aotlLnce that the memw -

M'e obliged':: ; to give two ehK -

"My Wild Irish Rose" (or

[.flower and "My Home Town". '
r Ja1" The building now at the
f' ( S Madi'n Chapmann Univerauat:. is the mLIf
caring tivities
arty which is at the, of the students
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i: : :,, ALUMNI NEWS 'I I JOS.ETerything PHONE J. SEYKORA 107 I J| 9:40 Class.Sunday School, H. O. Enwahl, Teacher of Coleg lI jJ { ...


( Preaching 11:00 and 7:30. Epworth League 6:30. Fl
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+ JOHNSON'S PHARMACY

1 + + + + + + + + + + + +_. -+--+- + -+. :!- -+ f >I II i. Drugs, Medicines, Stationery, Toilet and Rubber Ceod.'Ve +
I Eagle Barber Shop .
attention to
You Alumni remember th> old a very extend practice guarantee personal Prescription Fl
11 Y. M. C. building that wasH I Daring his college career h I FOR I i t purest drugs used. Low prices. Quality consider

; ;ere. It is here yet, you probably a member of tie Kappa t I IIf "IJ Gainesville, Florida. Oi
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EXPERT SERVICE ---- ---
1.f recall its lack of room lack Fraternity and a number of I- ---- theFart
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athletic equipment. organizations OB
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of adequate !
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f1' lack of reading matter and lack oftoo' Miss McXefl has been t jeu: call once you'll call I I LEATHER SOLE SOCKS day

I ': :many other things an up-to- I school in koala foe the I again. Finished Lisle in Brown, Black and (bat
Gray
she Silk
should have.You and evidently
*"V building years IraWnd
!t date Next Door to Alachua Cafe It ItI the Manufacturers
warranted by
I' tMreYiu Satisfaction
lemaiii t
to
t also know of the campaignmaw PALEY BOYD hbi: !
I t on to raise $". oooo fora I and Mr. Green are both well I I 50c Value, 25c L.: C. SMITXI a Ii'M

t new Recreation and student activity by their many friends and ..- __ .- --; *
. :.'5' building. The student body is cerely hope that they will rer
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, working to raise its quota; the a hapyy and prosperous; -- side

;! '. ( County dubs and other organizations life. S HOE S I lien

11 t r. are writing home for the the A marriage of interest I t Jt| Frames and Denison I
., ',, support of the business men of in Washington, D. C., on I H B. M. TENCH H r
already
\fi tate. Perhaps you have I I
ber 13. was that of Miss I 1
: received one of these letters. Do
bit to help put a seal activity P.olfs and Mr. Robert 0 Gainesville 0 I Crepe
your '
building here- The wedding was a quiet I ; C
and Recreation
the home of I
solemnized at
I I ; a place where every man, not just
? Miss McCalluck, witnessed E Florida E ionT
: a few can congregate during their I t tI
few intimate friends. 1 I
p pare time for some wholesome Miss Rolfs is the zldest ;: S HOE S I
; It r amusement. Norah Norton Novelties er
: ter of Dr. and Mrs. P. H. j
\1 The new building will be equipped i
d : 1 with everything from an auditorium who was for several I I __
E I.. t t equipped to show movingpictures I Dean of the College of heit
j ture and director of the + + + + + + + + + l, =
swimming pool.
: to a it
( .1. has a building sion division of the '\'
Every big university
Florida. Miss Rolfs is ,a I erSee
Florida I.i
E of this sort. Help put -
on the list. of the Woman's College at I COLSON STUDENT ROOMING HOUSES l
;R hassee and Mr. Ha grave
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t. f Miami sent :; an enthusiastic ated from the University of J i Nice rooms, twin beds, large closets, runnin
crowd of supporters to the recent I ida Engineering College in I
t School Mr. and Mrs. Hargrave I with shower baths ant I
I 1 L Camesvr7le-Sltamr High water in every room
at McIntosh where 1 1Hargra
living
football among whom were
" l :,. :, Walter Payne game: Class of '17 and I veis connected : U. BOYS- sleeping porches. Opposite Science Hall I
: Yarsity manager of that year and State Road Department.

i f C. Stuart Hall, a former student. DICK STANLY, Agent, at Mrs. Ramsey's, r4L
Dr. and Mrs. Hunter S.
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.I ; '20 Byron Bushntll Is now located berry of DeLand were in
1. at Florence; Alabama, as ville for a short while on 1)'I This is Your StoreYou're "-
the 17, while on their way I
U. S. Junior Engineer.
itola to visit Dr. \
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W. Stinson is As- parents. Dr. Woodberry
.,t: 20 Paul now I Welcome
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from the of
;; istantrf Engineer to Paul Irone of University
Rt. Petersburg. 1906, and, after I UNIVERSITY MEN
9 i medicine went to Capitola

t '20 Harry Bushnell is now lo- he is now practicing f. here when in Tampa ,

Bated at 507 Pitt St., Wilkins-
: burg, Pa., where he'is in the em- The following extract was I Demand Value and style
ploy of the Westinghouse Co. from ,one of the state -When you need II 1;
dicates the interest and I Society Brand C&orfaesHasan x
that the Ohio State JJni
t{' stopped 95 Congressman in Gainesville W.for J.a Sears short men have. lathes we'H! bested} I Ito 1 y Shoes, Manhattan Shirts, Knox flaky 1

visit at the University on his way. f Are featured lines in the GSddtas Store.
Washington.. "Organization the !
University and Ex-Student sel've'yeu. MaH Orders a Specialty.
t '16 R. A. "PeaGreen., noW ciation has been r .
1 located at Starke, has announced Florida, with Frank W. i
fcis candidacy for Congress, to West Palm Beach, president ...
t ...
B. Lee Nichols, is vice '
take the seat vacated by Hon. ..
> I
I Frank Clark. and Harrison E. Barringer ;
sonville is secretary and t WOW OTIIER8Tampa .'- j<, >.. I Iy.
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$ '19 Ben Whitner has accepted
the position of County Agent for I The Alumni of the U.
Seminole County. should organ'ze in every
any size a University of ,
'14 Guy Wilson is travelling for Association for the
the International Harvester Co., promoting the idea that HENRY HDDENS CLOTHING CO.
out of Tallahassee. versity is as good if not

than any in the country.We TAMPA, FL91UDAI I
'20 C. P. Heuck was visitor jI
at the University for a few days I notice in the Polk I I I I
last week. Record that former Jj
Th I resident in Bartow and i };
During the Christmas holidays have organized a !; ) + + + P + + t +

:* Edward B. Green, of the class of association, with T. T. !
'21, Law College,, took upon himself 1 president. Some of the I
I the ultimate duties of a man. I of Florida men are T. T. I fr rfi Ys :5rft3i! i 9 irfiYi! '1Y

j On New Years day "Greenie" L. H. Wilson Borden
drove down from Ocala to Kissim-
Spenser L. Holland !j;
MEET :ME ATMILLER'S
: j mee, evidently to spend a {ewi Boynton, and a number of i
? ; days visiting. However on Tuesday :
:Il night "Greenie" and Miss Mr. O'Byrne is in receipt if i
Margaret McNeil, of Kissimmee, interesting letter from !
'
t surprised everyone by quietly Rolfs, former Dean of the II I : ,.
marrying and skipping out. Now iment Station, who is now
I everybody that knows "Greenie"and for the Brazilian I Ii.y
: everybody that knows Miss Minas Geraes, Brazil.
# McNeil knew that "it" was goin publishing several 1m We Are At Your Service ;

; : f to happen sooner or later, but it this letter in hopes that
was rather unexpected as soon. "* be of interest to the jjj No Place Like Home and Miller's .&!i 1

r k Mr. Green is now located at ni who are friends of Prof. s
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: :i We Invite College Men to See and Try: On 0 t. r rEDERHEW

One of the finest programs of After a brief business session t+ ,

:the season was witnessed at the the program for the evening was .

'farf Literary Society last Mon.evtning. in order.,Dean Norman was present ER. fJ..
' The subject for 'deResolved .
and brought
11 a message of vital .
. tl, that the free interest to every member of STEIN CLOTHES ."J .)(
livestock should be profited the club. He S
anP of was given first placeon "
: in Florida," has long been the evening's program. His : i : .

. live public:'question in this state; subject was: "The Essentials of
ai.the members of tbS: society Public' Speaking." $30 $35 $45 + .t

ke indeed fortunate to: hear both He stated that man must be +' ..

ides of this question so ably pre- able to read, write, and speak the Specially designed' for the straight, slim figures of Varsity men-tailored .. .}. j. j *

tentei.Tfee English become language if he expectedto to took as good i in the showfimn as they do in the showcase. Some of the t ,W "*
affirmative, which the successful as a leader.A .
uwdels' have Iftverted-pJeat.backs that finish with belt.
good speaker does : a !1
dej pronounced to be the win- not think .:

lug: sMe: was composed of S. W. I while before his audience, he does SOMe> have bellows shoulders) ; also belted. Some have paten pockets that : .

alter and R. 0. Burr; their opownts his! thinking previous to appear- btttto through, other patfeh pockets are plain. Some are two button. Some
being Messrs. G. G. Hen- ing. If a man would attain the are tree button.AH m
OB and C. D. Boney. greatest success, the dean stated, tJ i.
The next number upon the: pro- be must look at his opportunities in all it's a showing that reveals the finest in fabrics and finished make- :' :fiA'aniliip. *

which was rendered in a, in a big way and measure up to Extra value is, of coarse, to be expeeteal.SuperFine __
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am,
and entertaining them. ....
delightful
try
:janer by J. Hooper Wise, was The debate on the subject, "Re- Ederheimer-Stein Suits at Fifty and Sixty Dollars :

he life of Leonard: de Vinci, an solved, That'the 6-3-3 plan is more r. .C
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utstanding painter, sculptor, en- beneficial to the public school than .. i.1:

inter and writer of the fifteenth the 8-4 plan," was won by the af- t-. '; t- EVERYTHING MEN AND BOYS WEAR -
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f'tmative.: Ebinger and Revels ,
a
'Utury. I
stood for the 6-3-3 plan; White and '
folbw-
A brief business session Blackburn for the 8-4. The arguments (
\ Porter i.
dur-
the close of the program,
which, the president was in.ructed were interesting throughoutand :;
showed considerable

;attend to to appoint the society's a committee picture tion. prepara, l 1 Co. : '' t :

the. Seminole. It was also clecid- I I J The decision of the judges was ) Clothing
the I two for the affirmative and one
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i to elect the officers for 1 :-
:and semester at the next meetig. I for the negative.The : T
remainder of the ', .
For this reason, it behjoves programwas : +, JACKSONVILLE, CORNER BAY AND LARA t.a' t
member to be present at ths dispensed with due to a lack .
ray select of time and the club adjourned to ... ;.'
15 help
to -
sting January ::c : .:
meet at the beginning of the next .
e officers for the coming year. +.. ..
>other matter well worthy of semester. The Ag-Teachers' debate ,,
sideration' is that there is to will ba held next Monday >
a Farr Litt. banquet in ther night. Due to this fact the election ----a

future, and it would be most I of officers was postponed until I !.+. ......+..............* : ).... .
the first meeting in next sem
should be
; ortunate if any one I I
; reed to miss it because of three ester.
; REPORTER, S, W. M.
\ icused absences. -
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CHEMICAL SOCIETY.V. I The first meeting of the A?. H

Club since the holidays consistedof Teted.H:
> B. Harper, a national known I
several sub-
moving
pictures on
tonty on the destructive dilation I
of wood, addressed a well jects, which was enjoyed by per-
I haps the largest audience this .
|ended meet ng of the Flint ; ;
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The first reel "Putting
year. was
mical last Wednesday
ning. His Society lecture clear I Younr Uncle to Work:" The uncle QUALITY of vitrified paving brick always is ;'
was 4 b. gig Uncle: Sam. This film showed : THE tangible terminable before the brick -
well delivered: and completelyciibed .
in what the are laid on the road. Their durability can be .
way governmentis
the various processes J and measured with exactness before the taxpayers' .
products of the destructive I helping the farmers, espe- money has been spent. First, they are individually .
illation of wood.he cially stressed the importance or inspected four times during the process of manufacture ': f.

evolution of wood distilla- J using formaldehyde in the controlof Finally, they are officially tested in the ,.:,;
wheat smut. "rattler" steel barrel wherein iron balls .
i is a very interesting subject revolving ,
id is far too valuable as lumto I The second reel was on the refining are placed with the brick in an endeavor to grind .

J still promiscuously, fjr of sugar. The different pro- down, chip or smash them. Further, there never is
the cesses of filtering and purifyingthe any question about the thickness of a brick wearing-
waste of the
tree
it for parts sugar before it is sold to us surface after it is down.. The 3 or 3& inch brick are
lumber
t are used. The as granulated sugar was shown. there to be measured before they are laid. Theseare
Wins used were the old a few of the reasons for public, confidence in
es of wood in which a fire was The last reel was a comedy ar
rted and then covered with I wa enjoyed by all. VITRIFIED

,. and allowed t-o smolder for I Several matters of business
rat days until it was entirely I: were taken up, especially--rI ?-
erted into charcoal. Charcoal I I gard to the Ag. Georgia debater

thus made by the ancients f.r which: is to be held in the spring. f

appre ated its use as a fuelcry i Program for Jan. 15. 1923.
high heat value and almost
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Short business session taking
-e! ss. up the election of officers for fie $ '

day wo: d i i'' distilleu in *om- I next quarter. Meeting will adjourn PAVEMENTS S

ted by-product ovens in I at 7:30 to Peabody hall to ,
I h an excellent grade of charis hear the Ag. Teacher debate. All
made, and the gases from I I Ags. be out and back your team. Weaknesses of substitute and less durable wearing
aining! of Jhe wood are con- surfaces can not be measured until after the pave-

j d, and from the resulting PROGRAM FOR FARR LITER- ment is down and the taxpayers' money has been
I a mixture of pyroligneou RARY SOCIETYJanuary spent. This is because such wearing surfaces are not
and I and can not be tested in advance in the same manner
tar important
acts many ,\ --15, 1923. and with the same definite assurance of foretelling
)jkhch as wood alcohol,
I. behavior under traffic as can brick surfaces. Paving
te of lime, pine oil, turpen- Debate Resolved that the '
brick are not prepared along the roadway. They are
ereasote flotaton oils, pine French occupation of the Ruhr carefully manufactured ,hi scientifically conducted
ad rude tar and extracted. valley is justified. f plants, repeatedly inspected and rigidly tested in

the waste gases which do Aft.: J. H. Markham, L. S. advance of laying. Care in manufacture and this

.ondense are used as fuel Bonsteel, Jr. system of advance testing are only two of the
the stilt Wood d'stillation McGill J. W. Fra- reasons why brick pavements last BO long and cost I
: important industry, especial- Neg.: Jerry so little for yearly repair and maintenance.
zier.
I the South, and remarkable
i \Pments have I Recitation: R. H. :Mobley.
served to
.1 NATIONAL PAVING BRICK
the! process more efficient Election of Officers.

I Ii i cut years. MANUFACTURERS ASSOCIATION
i Harper has been associated Newspaper Clipping-"A number

i this field of chemistry for of friends and neighbors pleasantly Cleveland Ohio
i thirty years, and his advicejMy surprised Mr. and Mrs. Wm. ?

matter pertaining to this Smith last Saturday evening, the
t ts occasion being Mrs. Smith's birth
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I : ought after by the .
st chemists in ths country day." -S

9 the a::tho> of a chapter in This is getting to be altogether

; the b< st industrial cheniis- I too common a thing. Why can't

every vr.t-en on "The De- neighbors be friends the same as
I \"to flst.', ': ion of Wood." I other folks? I I 1 .;,



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4: S, f I -- -_ 'THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR R. O.- -T. C. PRIZES- I INTER-CLASS GALERYCOMPETITION NEXT WEEK COMPANY PqiNTS IN C-COMPEinJ LEADS fiTS: j i, :r:::=


'4' r The company | t
t ARE ANNOUNCEDTo The Inter-class Gallery Compe- week ending standing r f?
iS Bartered 29 at the Post. January 11 bfe
I as second class matter September 1912 t tition will be held next week be- determined by those in Ai

t I ffice at Gainesville, Florida, under the acts of March 3, 1879. I ginnig Monday with practice ming :- I the military department ?et\
< Individuals Who Contrib- j the, finals being fired on Friday as follows:'" -
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f I tribute to Success of and Saturday.It Company A, 23 points,;.
S 4 t.: :FREDERIC H. LANGWORTHY _.__ _..._..___._.___Editor-in-Chief Battalion is from this match that the week. t.. :, i
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( t I ROBERT WRAY ....?...__...........__.._.___._____Managing Editor members of the teams to representthe Company B, 22 points ter
An announcement of the prizes battalion will be chosen. This week. -,
1 f I HUBERT WEEKS ___....._..u..unm.AssistantIanaging Editor T. C. is the one
t I offered through the R. O. battalion gallery team Company C 29 1-2 (

: I R. A. CARLTON ...._........_....._____;_.__...........:_..............Sport Editor Post Exchange for the battalionwas 1 which must uphold the- wonderful past week.Company. lei It

J' M. W. OVERSTREET .-..----... J' '. ....!:Asst. Sporting Editor made at drill Wednesday. record made by the last years D, 23 1-2 points; .
I from the fundson competitors and was presented past week.C .
i f I Tf. RUSSELL KING ..._....._..._...__..___.._...Make-up: EditorK. These prizes come with the beautiful large cup of
hand at the Post Exchange clue I company winning almost
] K. HANSEN ...-_..........___..___.___._______.........___.__...____Joke Editor to its cooperative nature, and will which the University is so pToud. tirely because of her fine tf.eJld.o
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,ft t. 1 J. F. BLATT ...-....------- ........-.-._.._._....__..._.__Asst. Joke Editor I be awarded on.. the grounds statedas j Besides the possibility- of mak- ance record. This is tte &b
'.'! PRANK soon as the winners have b<:'-:t !' ing the regular gallery team. which brought company B to tII
ELMORE EDGAR BUSBEE ._. Editors !
I : -Society t several worth while cash prizes bottom of the list,
I having
B. W. AMES :_ __ = = ==:=:.:Alumni Editor determined.In are offered, throrgh the R. O. T. C. all her points on other than JII&attendance e
'A' first -
. } : WILLIAM G. PARMENTER .--._______._......__Asst. Alumni Editor' $6.00 Company athletic jersey a and prizeof a Post Exchange, for the person records. The veeilj
: a ,
I r; making the highest individual suits show, however
"i1'.- t.: I N. D. St. JOHN .............................._...._......___.____Exchange Editor., second prize of a $6.00 tennis score regardless of whicn team doubt that no company ieycnj is a
go
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I ;= : VIRGIL M. BRADSHAW ..._..._.........__________.. .....Military Editor;'j racket will beawarded to the two he is on, there is a ten 'dollar goM ahead as to have the c apstit
members of the Junior class having ,piece. The second highest a $6.00 cinched. '
S 1. Reporters: Franklin West, G. H. Bee, W. Emmons. Gamble, j I .
contributed most during the first tennis racket. The standings of the
Usier, Don C. Booth, R. E. Glenn, C. D. Keen, G. A. :Martel J. D. compuje
: ; semester to the success and efficiency To the winning team there is for the entire_ period so far cave
I {+; Sibert, T. W. Parhan of the company by excel- a cash prize of ten dollars to be ed show only slightly difierent a

;, r lence in class work, attention and divided up as they sets fit. suits. These are the totals as fr
I supervision at drill and attendanceat Each class team is en by Captain Van Fleet late Fi
E ,< HORACE WILSON ........__:.._....._......__.__.___....Business Manager I to be com- day afternoon.

all formations. posed of twelve
; 1ti' j : D. A. RAMBO .......__.._........_._........_.__...Assistant Business Manager I A first jrize of a $6:00 tennis I which shoot. The total of the ten Company A 58 points.
Company B 43
''I i- I racket, and a second prize of a highest scores made by membersof points
I. $4.00 baseball glove to the two each tram will be taken as the' Company C 60 1-2 points.
1 I team Company D 52 1-2 points.
i THE AUDITORIUM. members of the sophomore class score.
I When gazing at the magnificent auditorium now being who have in class work, attendanceand The advance .io?= is that the This shows further that eves
freshmen will one must do their part for ti
erected, we must catch a vision of a Greater Florida. How many app arance set an example of put up a very ,
strong team, and the company. As was stated alan ,
i thousand true and loyal sons of Florida, inspired with the devotion discipline and loyalty to duty to sophomores are known to be present good. company B is losing steadily a I

I ; to Florida we must keep and pass on to them, will meet the freshmen of the company.To Although the juniors and seniors attendance records, and the same

there and co-operate in the building of a Bigger and Better Florida the four members of the have not done any shooting this thing is pushing C.

t ? As a building it pleases the eye, but as a center where the freshman class who have in class year they can be expected to have
work appearance and attendance strong teams since several PHI BETA PSI IN NEW $OBI
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true Gator spirit will develop and cherish the University we all mem
shown that they have caught that bers of last year's team in The Phi Beta Psi Fraternitj
love it exalts and inspires our hearts! Within its walls how are .
i ,
i indefinable their organized last fall to
quality which is called numbers. On the whole the eptetion ?'
: J many' times will the Orange and Blue swell forth as some new here the spirit of the battalion" competition will be hard fought Kappa Phi, ercently moved ink

I a move is launched for a "Greater Florida"? Perhaps some one pizes are offered as follows: first I and many records will undoubted the former Omicron house aii

r will suggest an artificial lake, and soon our vision will be delighted prize $3.00 baseball glove; second ly be made which can be expects": holds open house to all itsfrien

ed the reflection of Florida's golden sunlight and blue sky. prize $3.00 ba ban glove; third to furnish information toward selection Since Phi Beta Psi was fonnef

. At the close of the day, nature will paint the orange and blue on prize and fourth prize $2.00 base- of candidates for the regular I last fall by seven students of tk
team. University, three of whom wet
r( Florida', campus. By true service they will do many other balls. Pi Kappa Phi's, it has made raps!
> F r 1 t : things for the Florida we love- I. Company "B" offers to the members orange and blue sweater. strides forward and its membexrect

i ?. It has been so from the beginning. What pride must fill the., of the best squad in each .Company "D"' offers to the best a chapter of the natioal

heart of the graduate of 1905 as he beholds the Florida of today? i j platoon a gym suit consisting of drilled squads $*.00vand $6.00 in soon.The
shirt and pants.Company charter members
tk
, \ I What further visions he must see? He has served Florida, and cash. The three best drilled of
"C" offers for the two freshmen ocal are: L. H. Poe, O. M. Bret
his is the Florida know and love cash prizes of $3.00,
payment today great
: we ; great best all'ound soldiers a first prizeof $2.00 and 1.00 H. B. Chitty, J. C. Berg, J. I
r I'j''I not in the magnificent buildings he admires, but in the true a $15.00 orange ani blue sweater best drilled, and to the thre Sharon J. S. Knight. The pledge

; r .Florida spirit, inspired by him, many years ago, which will goon and a second prize of a $10.00 $3.00, $2.00 corporals and $1.00., cash prizesof I are: G. Coe, R. Gilroy, R. K. Levis -

j \. through thousands of loyal: hearts, in the service of the Uni- C. H.Norton, J. M. Pearce.
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There are larger universities throughout the land, but only 4.... ............
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4 one has the place within our hearts which we can feel but not 4

3t analyze. Let us consider the example set for us by the great .

Webster. He was refused his diploma by Dartmouth College. Ii When in JacksonvilleVisit

f s But as he exclaimed, with the tears rolling down his cheeks, "She .1

is only a small college, but we love her," every one who heard

him felt a richer and nobler feeling within and was silent in the :
F' .
conscious presence of a great man't love for his alma mater. i

'5 Today we can serve our Florida by accomplishing a definite :

# I object. We have within our reach a handsome building which 4 f

!; will serve the interests of our future students. Can we be satisfied i "

" with the building we now have when we compare it with the Furchgotl'sSmens store
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't. i: one we can and will have? A glance at the front page of this

issue of the Alligator will bring a definite answer: .'

U Our Florida spirit calls for service and true service is unsel- .
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I I: t: 1 fish. Our great Floridian, Dr. Gorrie, can never be repaid by the ';. : : i .

. :.. .. t world. In future years, whenever the fevered brow of- the sick] i. Where .

is eased by artificial ice, the world will increase its debt to him.)! looking incurs no obligation to buy" *

f ;' ; We will not have this building to enjoy .and appreciate while .

1 j, here, but we will unselfishly give our service, knowing that for .

1 f :years and years to come, other loyal students will enjoy toe fruits .
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I of our labor at the University we love.

t S r The moment has come when all who have a true love of our i : Main, Bay and Forsijth Sts."Convenient I

2 University to co-operate whole-heartelly. The task before us 5 .

F S ; will not prove an easy one. Only: by co-operation can our student;i .

body accomplish our great object. Our devotion to our Florida i 1 + '. "....'< Corners" :
will be tested to the utmost. But we will and must succeed. We:i ,.' -, ''
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must make our loyal Florida citizens feel a pride in our own University -I A -a .,,'
: -clothing
by the true example of devotion set by the Florida student' t3 furnishings :

body. From Escambia's shining strand to the white coral at! : : : .c. S .
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Key West, we must create an enthusiasm for the biggtst assetS A. .

Florida has today-our University, the home at present of twelve;'Y'f

t1} hundred of Florida's finest sons, who will settle in their own 1 .0. college man -i ,!

Florida and aid in Florida's development. Native sons of Florida,E .A.V. '- '

'iey' have been specially trained to be of service to the state they i :'. p......." _

are proud to claim. j lL- : ';'ftii.! .=: All Mail Orders $

It will be done! Other states no richer than Florida have ': i 1r. 1
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I raised millions for their State University. Our faculty, that i ) llr rK\'I"\ < lQJVJ .." ".'-,. .,',- Billed and Forwarded |
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noble body of men whose service has been so unselfish, and who ft' f; i r t .. .. _>_._;:::.__; .'"' > _. on the $.
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are paid by the splendid, inestimable, ever-continuing influence If ) : : ,.;
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... .:, I 1.0 1.: ._ 0 Day .-
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of the men whose lives they mold has set the example. Our; ;}<:;; ' --=
''o\e of Florida commands us to also show ourselves equal to the -= '. JSraSS Received 1

s_ v.'casion. Our Florida will have this splendid edifice, and future: Q.,
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h -adents who enjoy what we did not have, but made possible for w

them, will build, inspired by our courage and success, a Florida A 4
which will be an increasing pride to those who love her

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FHE
FLORIDA ALLIGATOR '
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r SPORTS work, etc. are asked to coma ort
ability as a coach is acclaimed by
-- and join the class. Anyone is eli-
Gainesville
his record with the .
High School, having produced two Now that the intercolledge gible. t '
chompionship teams in four years, tournament is ove with the time All track men will be called out '

SPORTS with the position of runners up in has come for interclass basket-, for spring training next Monday I

the other two years. ball. The games will come as and anyoae inteding to go, aut for ,

Rex is a native of Florida, double-headers, January 16.. fresh- track had better begin training : ?

I ing been reared at Chipley. haV-1 men against seniors, and sopho- I from the start 0; the season. The 1

: received his A. B. degree mores against juniors. January intercollege. track meet will beheld 3 ,
this university in 1916, and seniors against juniors, and freshmen about the third week in Marek = E,:

REX FARRIORWho an enviable record in football, basketball against sophomores, January after which will follow, the inter- f ,

CAPTAIN VAN 1 r" and baseball, having been 19 Freshmen against junior*, anti class meet.
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captain of fotball and baseball in seniors against sophomores.All Boxing classes will meet Tues: !f e'
: days from 3 to 4, and Thursday
: 1916. games will start promptlyat \
HEAD ,.;; He will have full control of the I seven o'clock and the same rule from 3 to 4, and Saturdays 19 to
FLEET Y + .. and in 12. Wrestling classes meet Tuesdays -
II T, freshman football squad, applies as to the forfeiting 01 !
will continue their is not 3 to 4, and Saturdays! 10 to
as
addition he games. In case one team ,
i ,t "s ..I 12. The boxing and wrestling
: leader throughout the year in the on the floor within five minutes I
COACHSUCCEEDS major sports of basketball and after the game is called that tram I tournament will be held the first i

I baseball.In will forfeit the match. week in Match, commencing the F
fifth. Those men who intend to -
J this trio of men, Florida not a-tctba1! touinamsnt -
The fraternity ;: 1
KLINE enter the tournament rgs1 to
COACH I staff with a
W only gets a coaching will come after exams. I tARTS
f! WHO HAS LATELYRESIGNED I wonderful record, ut one that is a schedule for these games to be I commence training at cnce.

II thoroughly acquainted with each announced later. '
I -s. should work together SLICE'
that they AND
I January 15 is the last day that I
like veteran stag.
from the start a
I Half Assistant enter for the
point ; II the county clubs can
Ttrest I facts it is
In the light of these
Middle JI county club tournament. Those BASKET CHAMPS
in
Coach safe to predict that this staff with ,
Dr.
notify
wishing to enter mus
West I I its wonderful supply of material
,- will lead the Freshmen will develop a team in 1923 that Manchester before the 15. ?
by the team of 1923.. I Dr. Manchester is planning to Defeat Ags 15-13 In A
The action last Monday, I will clean up the hardest schedule
J'. class in order to puton HardFoughtGame ;
I Committee on Athletics in Florida's history.It get up a gym
Faculty I an exhibition of gym stunts
resulted in 'the selection of Captain It is said that Mr. Sebring will was announced by Dr. Mur- sometime in May. Dr. Manchester

James A. Van Fleet as head enroll in the College of Law here phree, ."that as the men prefer himself, will persoally supervisethis A difference two points separated ;;

of football for the season anJ complete the law course of the so-much mOle th? eight oV'ock work ad anyone who wishes the Arts and Science and. ,
lOach uscceeding Coach W. G. I University while acting as assis- hour for drill that it has been decided J to enter the class should notify Ag. basketball teams in the finals
.f 1923 I class men of the intercolloge basket ball tour i'nament
himat once. Any upper
recently resigned. In Cap- tant coach. that the drill hour will be
Dine, and freshmen who know about in the gym on Friday
the University gets The aspirants for the freshmen moved back to eight o'clock with ]
o tain VanFleet second semes- tumbling, bar and ling woilr, mat (Continued on page eIghtVON'T )
i who has spent most of his team of 1923 will be lead by Rex the beginning of the

kfe a man under Florida: conditions, and Farrior, "Florida's Own," whose ter, January the thirtiethVCAI'T. :*

t. ... under --> >
u uitff = a coach --- -----
unose ftuu..1 "" JAMES A. VAN FLEET I
conclusively \ YOU
these conditions has been I
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proven in the two years i in

i! which he has been the able assistant I HAVATAMPAMILD

to Coach Cline.

In an address at the annual HAVANA
Dr. A. A. :". :
football banquet given by CIGAR -
the sea n of
liurphree alter ___ ,. '
I Coach Kline expressed his ? w- ELI WITT CIGAR CO. I
1921, _
Van !4
Captain "
great esteem for ,. Distributors -
I "We a. ate
tribute

i 9 could Fleet in have the following searched the country: Tampa Miami Jacksonville---.

! found a man who
and never
; ever -- -
, unceasinglyfor
would have worked so

the development of a winningteam advice M? ATHLETIC SUPPLIES E
and whose intelligent : 1
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and assistance would have '. I Ii i

been of as much valu$. and inspiration w
SERVICE
as has Major VanFleet's QUALITY

a ___ .
and the team as "
been to me

. whole." native of Florida, '.. BAIRD HARDWARE CO.
Altho not a : -
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in the
has lived
VanFleey
" Captain boyhood having grad- Phone 7 I
state since Instituteof I He will be Head Coach of Varsity -
mated from Summerlin l of
football for the season
Florida. ,His college i
Bartow,
I 1923. '
received at West I I i

training Point, where was he played halfback I:I...................... ... ...&
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during the seasons of 1913, 1914 R. O. T. C. POST EXCHANGE

I and 1915. In 1919 he was assistant : .
at the Co-Operative ; .
j coach under Bachman .' .
Agricultural College, : ,.- .
lansas
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; Trhcre they developed one of the Military and Athletic Goods a Specialty ;:'' ..,"; ;., ,
strongest
,,l j team strongest, in ,the if Missouri not the Valley assistant Con- .1 Sporting Goods i:I I


, ference. In 1920 commandant he was at th- .: t Rear of Engineering Bldg.I .
: eoach and '.

: University In the past of North two years Dakota.he has s Fellows we're newcomers among Gator advertisers, but from now4 in I '"' ....._"" .,"'" __":11r _. r

, been commandant and assistant on we'll be in here strong for all Gator activities, especially y ..;; .;:. .:::-:::

, roach at Florida. He has had the sPorts line. : I r a .

strong part in the development of ..> !I .
basketball, baseball
that have experienced need good track shoe, gym suit !
a <
> two Florida teams I When you
, great suC'ceS11..\ has tennis, or golf supplies, let us know.. We carry the standard Ii ARE YOU GOING WITH THE SAME
I
> distinguished himself a* bin: brands.

fine of soldier, officer, ooa.n :
type athletic I FRIENDS?
1 Alumni .Remember us when you buy
and man. You Tampa
fishing tackle. !
VanI lin-e and a fine stock of
) Captain a complete
assistant to goods. We carry
For an
Se- Then they have seen all your shirts and ties. 'Ve'veI
't I Fleet the services of Marion U si
:
] Conference '
bring All-Missouri Valley shirts that are pictures. Why not surpriseyour
Agricultural Company some new
., end with the Kansas : Sportsmen Supply ;

) College for two years. / f I friends with a new reel?
} have been secured.: For the put : TAMPA FLORIDA i

, two seasons Mr. Sebring has been I 3117 Opposite Postoffice
assistant coach at the Kansas Ag- 618 Florida Ave Phone *
to BURNETT T H CLOTHIER
I ruultural" College, and comes
E i t
Florida highly recommended by .
institution -
I Coach Bachman of the same :

whose authority is un- ...........-: ..
circles + :: .
guestioned among football 1 ... -;

f in the Missouri Valley Conference. ..... .v.............. ...vwvvVr77Vl f
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: t and Ends May 16, 1923


. Weavers Steam n Laundry


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+ + + + + + .. '.. +'+ :. +.. j,: hT y, lU; t\ remarks, _
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1 ,Rat (writing a compositio \- WffiniPOfe .nd VdRfcfftly i j i become famous.
i'; Listen Willie what the difference 'n *Ht ''fe'& i& J;f %** kv* '
) guattiln many sy. TIlE
!U\ the ", & J. quarterback,
ttil' a !r. between a vision and a s.ig1ttt lest 'en "t>e t tehah ln1 s. l lte i }.4 mk because this was his firstI I an

[f Ratter-Well, you know ty 'f Vas 'fir* Ittrtfctfeat 1y )aP at Florfda.: He is noted for I Bfeseaeat edAI
1 'h-s'ta'bIe'tl: the'tres 'h,
4 girl! ills wonderful running from the A'd
I. I' '1* was .. :rate 'hind 'he'has 1f tNfk%'- rlJC
. t ,1. E Rat-Unhunh. 4'd with 3prsctf. lit fos tt I : t Ratter-Sae's a vision. arld As right halfback I would
j hitg 'nnib lt35 t tlt'ek i-6 Q
i.. ita
r F. your girl- 'him. Vh firfe l ft V.* ,, name Rolf Buckley, the Awful Aa:. New las eat University
t Rat-Yes? Were he not eclipsed by Bill Par- t
b'
ti
L. go'bmfer.< ?rsHfett > > %lrekwb
Ratter-She's aYes aiglaI1 menter. I would nanhim as A5*.rta at .f I Ii
I1 ire tt wh *t1> + "pU"gia1
1t -water-boy but he is not equal to I f
: 2ilacp;' Vfe 4ew VA + him inj .
j s" Indeed. t"W a )Cattf't"of 'i'o4tt.. j 'spith tiht \ \ is weak William* Although he "a*a passable! err I

,, That superfluous n>d. ( !1" Of.t punter his best work lies in t
f -i : r On your lips dear I J.aM, buckUyiog the line. No other _
Si J if! -As t'pr had lit- ,
: : -Is a matter whirls >sas'e't+eac-
nan? describes it. Upon recrf'vingthe :
J tI ,yrxa k rthy of the .---______
ed; ball he turns his back I
t to the
k And I have to admll 1 ftftf1tol. W desert a hon- center. juggles She oval a bit, and :I II I jI fI
girtA'; ifrWMiw.. but Pepper is un- i Greenleaf & I
I don't rke it a Nt.. then starts to run backwards. The
;tt spicy center. He isiti11r
Tho you say V$ At lht '
opposing line thinks he is iunn
t adapted to this place ng ,
"
1 ; tartar' \ ., t atRM*. for he is not avers away and pays no attention to ,

(J-isIi e'ng himself the ('enterunhoerse. Mm. Sometimes he makes as much I I I
''t. She reptieJ wal!} :tdI .. i iMIt's
f tff tfc* :s two feet on a down. ,
I.
{ a gfrf'x e'er :t.thta.)
{ Nt only is his knowledge .r 1 j jfcb Wild Bill Cody is my choce for .
If the )Ii !VI' I
ed, > own position full am* compiete. I 'sft-half. He is undoubtedly one t II
:a but I of the fastest men in the Univer" Medals, Class I
And i e's lt* w1l he is fully informed
J stir,, and can be :relied upon ;n I tees in search of
I .w Ard attTM rwv. tIt tl9lit+ ; all the other aspects ef the ,
f ; ... game. Being a sports writer Le j very way, that is, he never pullsa
Its rrl Ii at yrel I suitable for Golf
bone
the flue without having a ready ex- I ,
can appreciate poait f
J
; t eus*. If he continues to be t events will find it
rk the fracns/ he Koiaew ssL re- !| supported I ,
f ; 4 bv the line, he had this '
Fars ,c r .M fers to the aise.Hawkshaw past t Choose from

I I We.se swlkiii aarse ; the dkt vctisMc. t$ :i I season, he wll rise to great will gladly send I
I I heights in the athletic t
I world. In j '
Ilhrt waist oee ef the 4ae1. me. te make tie { ,
I'lV I j' And fccr 'ltwt .. ttaaa far tie ed i addition to his speed, with or d
were pressed &ec 1r isiac. sue- ... _
w'thoat the ball -- J
{ To HIT ..*.. I t&Msed; I I As a gttint, L? seeiaizes I Cody is an extremely I II I
conscientious
-Yes. It1 matkr .r the player. He
.May a BS Jcf si e side of t&egaase
I S Mite.M .- jfca-c 32 S" 4c
::- .tf.s c*. S. far as is kavws, bears&f I might be converted into a gain on

,1 Miss Ar. the the gridiron. Consequently, Bedding Pillow
you
: you EspKsfcfes'ar pi.- ha.i r eer p..eJ as epposeai ,
,
; i ? m. SaIt.. He ism.m far I I never: see him walking; he ;nva-

r ,; Fittt1 's b a a.rit r'f alii arid; 3-s lei .g a cal laRd riably rides. Cody's great egret Sheets, Blankets

neeltie. pi iezme player' aad if is that Coach Kline has a car of
II any I his own; he can't make
the foa RIBBONS
: I h tR&IIIr tilt lit is always+ -
bali team like he made his
The All-Campos Ek..m. cred-
baa ae |aoi ie. Jie pays t Its. MADE TO d
: L : By Walter Sra_p. :
atte.tiea to fit
keepoig': I '
\ it r\t. After a month of stkmt ash __ : ewII ..* ef season he maybe I'I'a8Ii Duke Baya is selected for the I

f. I, .. rlous thought I have at lad rnIk .deem backJBg: the boll in fullback's position. His record I We Keep

: I my select;na for .e AlecTc, at alt hears of the night.Oast makes him unusually fitted for the FLORIDA'p.
: Elms, sew place. Duke should be allowed
,,1'1 All-Campus =raea Hairalaff k a pip of1 to
J 1 the outstanding papas #f .. i ta 3dft. th!( pV** is awarded do all the kicking if th's mythical rI

: University. It 1"nft Ira zready ab.3t k. there H ....h.lig else crew ever player; that is all he I ,

;; : that I can not play afl tie.* Reserving j his racxe f M"" his four years of ever does now.Auerbach's. I @

t meta on tW k2aA matter hit& l errke than anything -
"t r 1 1I
: rich: as this tvrs difficult i -... \\"n+a yo get to thinking
:i to handle bat I con&dest that ;
am Tfee
t I'f f Coeat leaves us thi5ear, 'I- Fine Candies IWe l
mstttU&e
it r' my aggregatKHi i ouch to oar regret. It i rumor--
t In spite of th* fact that the I| *d that he will enter professional LII i !t
t Law College took the I DORSEY --- '
i ebampisa- | football next season baring been & CO.GROCERIES r---,
I J\ hip, I hare seen fits. award only 1 1i | off iced the position of water-boy I t

f i i three berths to lawyers. Five ge f f on the Sopehoppy Stars. On aei II ___ I IJ f ELECTRIC SHOE i(
k: to the Arts and Science College, i count of Ns wonderful \ersatil- ._- I
.
and there are two Agz and an j it). he plays both -- HOES REPAIRED -'
positions effi- .
S. j rt
Engineer The selection* are at cieatlv. BODIFORD' I

t i follows: In -Arthur Clonts. of the Law i i ), and j I SERVICE AND QC t "

i' Clover Mille*. A. & S., left end 1 College, we feel that we have i t COMPANY I .
H I '
captdn. f found an end worthy of a place t Druggists t STUDENT
r r i Benson Markham, A. & S.. left: on any all-state grammar school .eeisee.: Phone 32 | :I It
\ tackle. -
team. He i' 19
Ii nicked from a host -----
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4 Dick Sias, A. & S., left guard. I of men of equal ability on account --- I, r

Bill Pepper A. & S., I
center.
", of one redeeming- virtue, I Sanitary I
Sherlock Cleaning: & it --------- .
Hawkshaw
I k Aggie, ; his extreme modesty. Artha'' is i
h' right guard. handicapped )J PressingClub
by weak
a nose, 'epeeoooooo...
/ t Count Yarnoff, Engineer, right
tackle. I 'which compels him to wear a I Opposite Star Garage I I : .
ncse guard while
I playing, which, S P OR TIN
Arthur Clonts, Law right end. although uncomfortable, :
greatly
1 1 i Benny Jennings, Law, quarter- enhances his appearance. In 1 LET US CLEAN 'EM I II : Football ',,.
b't"JeW.ld Hardware
{k street clothes, he 's compelled to

Bill Cody, A. & S., left I pull his hat down over his nose to I I Dyeing and Pressing Also I It .

lalf. l protect it. One I .
can easily pick him Phone 675
Rolf Buckley, Aggie, right half. out from the sidelines as an out- I t t THE '
Duke Baya, Law, fullback. ---
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standing player on account of hs I ----. I
Glover Miller is the universal a
1 brilliant tackling which is efficient -
choice for left end on account of in scfte of being bit I 4I WEST SIDE
I a pezu-
his wonderful handling of forward liar. He always tickles his opponents I i-SM fws-l I .

passes. As a receiver of passes he by the neck, and his work, i II I ,............... -

(s almost the peer of Red Rob although a bit crude has won for

;4 ert. The only thing in which Rob him th etitle of 'Neck Artist/! He

erts excels Glover is his sense of starred 'On the Brenau game. t 1-475- "I STYLE -

direction. Red invariably runs towards Benny Jennings, another Law

{t a h's opponents' goal, whereas I man, earns the position of quart I I, BIGGEST SENSATION MANUFACTURING SINCE THE ,

Miller, although fast, should ter on the mythical eleven for the I WAR I ALL THE WHILE

( I really take Dean Benton's Orien- second time. He was last )'ear.scaptain I, Not a cheap imitation, but the ,

tation. He is awarded the cap- but Miller wrested: this h,I highest market for grade shces on the t
Men
I who demand A
taincy because he is conceded
to honor
I from him by a prices. t ,stem of
operation
I be the brainiest man on the team, superior head-work. Benny handles I fMade, in a standardized unit 1

a doubtful distinction.: a team in an inimitable manner, I I factory where only the latest t for exceptional rallies- 1f
j Henson Markham as a tackle is guessing his opponents' styles .are adopted. Material
weakplace
and t ed serri ;.
I
the viscount's workmanship of the high-
vest. That is about and
? directfng his plays est class. Real Calfskin t 1
ik all you can say for him. Strategy away from them in an uncanny I pets solid oak leather soles and up t

is his fine point, and he gets his way. Strokes of genius and mental counter, Wing Foot rubber /] 1 1

I man by the ht: and run system. paralysis are evident in his workat I heels lasts_ that have style, fit t .
k comfort.
Although not a brilliant individual all times. He is an efficient: I I, looking for.Just the Come shoes and you are see t Suits-Hals-Furnishing!!

star, he has earned his place ground gainer under the line, and them.
by his fine team work. lie I
1 and heads a backfield which rivals
:
my

q' Sias as running a combination mates. make wonderful -quarterbacks AH-American should selection.be Two awarded other I L. C. SMITH I i I BAILEY,

Dick: Sias bas demonstrated his honorable mention fin this connec- .. TAMPA,
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t + + + + + + + .- ttt ftfft + -- ,
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at the College here are such thatit ; WffifiKSffiffiTHE 41i I I:

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NEWS to take my vacation at this time. I PHIFER |
c. STATE BANK
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People as far away from the cen-

C k !. ;- N. D. St. Jolla ters of activity as Florida have m GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA j jagmamfBfagffiKfiHa ifj #
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really very little comprehension
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Markets and I Rooms-With or without I II Incorporated 1888 1; ; i

Pomona College, Dee. 20.The Washington: D.Crop C. These Estimates reports in t BoardCANOOCHEE t tt I I Capital $100,000 Surplus, $150,000'' d -

final Mountain Day was enjoyrecently will, in many cases, reach LODGE a GAINESVILE, FLORIDA t tI '
ed by the student body. me.s and business farms'' t t --I-- ,It iPopular
men
on 1211 W. University Ave. i
the four
According to precedent and in outlying towns
adjourned to different" anIons hours or -------i--.
cUsses even days before the
same reportsare [

visiting where they the spent fraternity the day cabins hiking News available items of by the newspapers.happenings J. W. DRUGGISTSTHE M'COLLUM & CO. t Goods at Popular Prices atBURKHIM'S --i i k ki

and pienicing. around the college will also be
The U. of N. Sagebrush. sent out at regular intervals. REXALL STORE I I

-- The normal Agents for i
Has the Highest Ratio transmitting range Liggetts and Norris Candies 4 .
> I
of I
[ V. of this broadcasting station will Gainesville -------- ---- -...,. ;
to Population.The FlaI :
Qf Students be from 25 to 250 miles, therefore
I j VISIT US EVERY DAY '
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those who live in
the most distant .
ratio of 4GO or 475 to 80,000Whkh
is the ratio of the Univ. of corners of the state will be within A. H. Doran j I THE LYRIC THEATRE j t !
range of this station if theyare

Kevada's Nevada enrollment to the whole of studentsfrom popu- provided with the better type ofreceiving For Bicycles Accessories and Bicycle I t|_ You Know How We Stand on All College Matters J f k frf l

sets..These
sats will also f
Nevada is probably the --------
lation of supply their owners with entertain- 232 East Main Street South -- -------- _

)highest ratio university in the Unite enrollmentfrom States ment which is sent out by other 1. .'SSSZSSffiffiSffifSiK! !fifi !f f
state 31
if
the state compared to the broadcasting stations.-Clemson 1 x x j rmE
!$
Tiger.

|total example population, if California's of the state.own state For l-i OTTO FSTOCKl I I ifj GAINESVILLE FURNITURE COMPANY I 4

West Downs Et in Big MidWest -
iniversity had the same proportion

tf California 3,500,000 students population out of that Cal- Battle t TAILOR I Ii Victrolas and Records 9j

ifornia's '
The West again took the East's li :
than t
mirersity would have more AND I !
10,000 regular California students< football laurels when they defeated D. R. COX, Proprietor
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them 6-0 in a classic game

; alone. U. of N. Sagebrush. played at Columbus, Ohio. "Brick" t DRY CLEANER I 'I i

Muller, of California, Was the out-

Ignorance is Not Bliss. standing star of the gamy, and it I Phone 354 I Ii fifiJiifafiLriST. !fi! !fiYi A
was he who mad the lone touch

attend Univer- down. "Bo" McMillan failed to ----------
Men and women
convert. -i--.olseI
PATRICK'S
city because they are convincedthat CATHOLIC CHURCHE.
is not bliss, but The teams were made up from "
ignorance i I MAIN STREET, NORTH
YOUR
RAZOR
that real happiness lies in the the men chosen on Walter Camp's I f

knowledge and conciousess of power All-Amarican team last year. Due BLADES Reverend John Conoley, S. T. L., Rector ;
and understanding that enables to the short practice together, I II t TELEPHONE

.en and women to take their I both teams showed decided lack of t Sharpened at about one- t 629

share of the work of the world.It team work, and ragged playingwas third the cost of new bladesSWEARINGEN'S t tI -
characterized throughout. Individual t I SCHEDULE OF SERVICES
seems safe to say that at no ; -
time in history has the position brilliancy by both sides I I SUNDAYS-10:30 A. M. and 7:45 P. M.

ef civilization been much more played a large part in the game. I WEEKDAYS-7:30 A. M. I '

precious than at the present. The The touchdown, made by Muller, I I AT IDEAL CAFE i iI

-exhaustion and waste of the war, resulted from a blocked kick. Roberts t
t k Opposite Fire Station
the constant misunderstandings was attempting Muller a drop broke kick ._--------. .........................44444 :'
when
and quarrels of capital and labor; for the goal .. r
iragedies in the Near East; the through the line, blocke.i the kick, : : ALEX CAFETERIA : t ,
freed and distrust of nations; theUte then scooped it up and dashed sixty

o man or man among the yards for the only touchdown. :: FRESHCLEANGOOD : f

war-torn countries; questionable Muller's attempted passes, although '1 >
itandars of morals; the outcoheof not completed, were features : : Here's the place to get :: t

all this lies in the veiled obscur- of the game. "t what you want when i4

ity of the future. The proceeds of the game wentto !
you want it
.
If the way is to be found, it will a local charity organization.Canoeing. : :

I lave to be by the men and women + .
of education.- ANYTHING at ANYTIME .
r.
*
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*eems It is temote true that for an peace educated of mind man, She-What re you thinking :.... ._......._4...4 1

_ who now must be alive to the problems about?
- of civilization. But if solutions He-Same thing as you are [ SEE

are to be found to these prob- She-Don't you date move. i .
'Puncn Bowl. Vidal Drug Company
ms of the day and men once I
's more to be reasonably satisfied She reminds me of the sea. I FOR DRUGS, STATIONERY, TOILET ARTICLES I 1
(
\\ATe JHnd Our Own Leases
with life it must be done underthe How's that. but slIJUetbl S CANDIES, SOUVENIR CARDS, WATERMAN PENS !
leadership of educated men and She looks green NO -DELAYgainesdille
women. she gets awfully icnghThe
The college and university pro- _%Vi.1a: n d- Florida.HORRORS'.

Tide a certain mental discipline; a patron was THE REXALL STORE NO. 2
desire for wide reading-a knowl- I restaurant
edge of the past and the roots ofthe peeved--:there were black speckson 719 W. University Avenue -
But Sa ibo, the ,
problems be I the grapefuit.
so that they can
thoughtfully considered; and the African diplomat soothed him. College] Stationery Pennants, Drugs Toilet Articles, I

ability to arrive at an impersonaland I Why, boss, dat show must fce I Fountain Pens. I F
am
unbiased Above all dem vitamines wat everyone
judgment.
"The Drug Store Nearest the University"Prompt ;
'bout. I
i he students must gain the facultyof talking Orange and Blue. I
| correlating the facts of learning Delivery Service

;i: and experience. ALUMNI NESS I I PHONE 360-W .
These things the college offers
i'I .... ........ 1 .
to the people who can be broughtto two i,
from page
accept them. The responsibility Continued in Brazil .Mil--iii-- -
of contributing to the practical .: "Well, the work here slowly. ,
somewhat II-
olntion of the multiplicity of the is moving along are II I
main building I
walls of the ;
The
world's predicament lies upon the about where the first I I
to
just up
u ated. The ability to measure residenceis
'P to; the job comes from the acceptance *floor will the be roof.laid. They My are be- I CLOTHING, SHOES AND
to
of up
those advantages
timbers above the Dandruff on those gorgeously tAi-
&ioi the university offers.Mc- ginning to put are lored shoulders T Quick! get your- .
we
Gill Daily.Clemson brick. In the mean time self & bottle of "Vaseline" Hair I FURNISHINGS "
.
living in an old fazenda house Tonic and stop that before your rep- i
Whileit utatKM is: ruined. Worse still-have
Has Broadcasting Station that has been reconstiucted. you lost a -hair or two from each I
is much the crudest house temple? Remember' Uncle John's
very it round sad glistening pate, and beforewarned. It
lived
Realizing its obligation to the in which ""6 have ever "Vaseline Hair Tonic t
tub and shower bath is an invaluable aid in keeping the
people of South Carolina, Clemson still has a
and lots scalp in perfect condition. At the ,
kitchen
3 going to install a radio telephone in it, an immense game time, it gives the niftiest t
We are enjoyingit tJeekest look to the bead.
broadcasting station. It is of living space.
immensely. While the workis At all drug stores end student barber I
open that this all I It
b% the aid of station and shops
,
den-son; will be able to give developing: itself slowly .4"rcrry PaeeU"y*<,r, odae1. iai d:: t tt
toward an agricultural cud ._
aluable information to the farmrs developing rata panty (tftc t
of South Carolina. t college, I am of coarse getting a
"
Weathe forecasts and marketnd lot of tropical experience. It is VaselineHAIRT t ,
I' education for me and in two ;
fin
crop reports will be sent outt a
regular intervals. The weather years more I think I will have a I I GAINESVILLE. FUL I II
I foundation of the Portuguese -
forecasts! will be furnished by the pretty good NIC
had rather expected -
I
Vnited States Weather Bureau, language.
*"hfle the market and crop reports to get back to the United

'rill be obtained from the head- I States this year but the conditions Chesebrough Mfg.Coccnsotidaledl. I I
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C----- DR.D.B.PURETONTO AGS AND TEACHERSDEBATE POSITION ATHLETIC reading ue.i. ,u the Fw f?

It! ed by a recital! of the t
BUILDING ]I g _

fi THE STUDENTSAt MONDAY DIRECTOR CREATED man.Rubinstein Dr. Chapman, m a Vtrnv

i ___ si
; died this rather dlff
I financial
CAMPAIGN
that good
1 the regular chapel meetinglast Monday night, January 15, at I Realizing and conservative ar- Following this reading

ij.F' Thursday morning the studentof I 7:30 is the time selected for the management other humorous :ecita
; in athletics -
schedules
of
which
the University had the pleas- second intersociety debate, I tangements ed with the misfortune
NOW ON the Ags. I i essential to a school's ,
ure of having the splendid ad- is to be held between are .as ipose citizen of Detroi
W. J. Bullock and I development as are winnig teams, X
. dress of Dr. D. B. Pureton, pres- and Teachers. ly excited the visibilitrk 0 L.
--- Emeritus of the University M. R. Hinson will represent the the Faculty Committee on Athletics with
ident bone-colored
:MEMBERS STATE COMMITTEE of West Virginia. The institution Teachers while O. R. Davis andC. I at the University, have createdt wUs =::;:!!!

VISIT with which Dr. Pureton is con- O. Bratley are the Ag. debaters. t new position of Director of T

CITIESFOURDAYDRIVE p000 and this year holds one of The question for debate is: "Re- t Athletics, who will be at the head ALUMNI XQT -, CO

I the best football records in the solved, That the United States I of all athletic instructors and will (Continued -from
should bonus to Page
a 1
pay
government I
be responsible to the faculty only of what is going -
i east.As all ex-service men engaged in the on i is k
t a prelude to his address, Dr. world war. The Ags. will upholdthe under a devnite set of rules. lated portion of Song
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the growthpnd
< Local Drive, Gainesville QUQ- Pu'eton commented on of negative side of the question i This position has been ogered to Brazil, with her thirty
of the University
t 1 F ta, Placed At I Florida progress He declared that although while the Teachers will supportthe I I Dr. James L. White, Jr., of Miami, people has been less IE

r $25,000 in her Affirmative. Roy Hoskini and J Florida who up to the present by the United Statel-1Nt\ Conning
West Virginia takes pride
I educational institutions, fifteen Gerald Bee of the Arts and Science I time, has made no definite acceptance I of the other South a
countries with
team a mQ&
5 The Social-Religious Building has shown as much progress college won over Engineer I of the position. Mr. White Bain'sdet
campaign is progressing excellently years composed of H. E. Knight and I the tion. However, things'.. aura
; I in Florida's educational ideas asr is a three-letter man from
both locally and in other part thirty yeas in West Virginia.The Count Yarnoff in the first of the I University of Virginia, having ning to open and in the vise tBich

;' i of the state. During the last I intersociety debates. : years there is going to %e...
learned visitor humorously in football basketball, and
starred ,
; "cak, three members of the state I The winners of this debate, if consitfergible developn Jn the
remarked that he might lecture to i baseball with ,the additional honor PolandChina
than the Arts breeders
: committee, headed' Uy having a lower score If
1 campaign
: [ .the students but finally decided debate the or of being captain of baseball nois brought piornnc
t 'Y Secretary Geo. E. White, visited and Science team, will i down ife.
. leading citizens in Jackson- ,I| to live them an educational sand- Lawyers. Otherwise the Arts and I'I one year. r head of pure br.d a &_t rew
I of two recipes and
' vile, Daytona, Miami, Palm Beach }I wjch composed Science and Lawyers will meet. He was coach of Wake Forest sold them all to the tie

u Tampa,-Str-Pettrsburg, *anl 0 =" r e -- -' t College for two years, and while of Brazil. These will bed nd

1 I Good health and long life was EXAMINATION SCHEDULE i to the parts of Bras< WD" t
lando with the purpose x f ascertaining serving in this capacity, he was

i just what suport could be I the first recipe which in West Vir- I offered the position of Director of most advanced and Y'sThd
!
I ginia was to eat three meals a day First Semester 1922-1923. I will take from .
dooended upon f.om these communities I i Athletics at the University of place te *
i
i for the building program, E and to never study between meals. All classes meeting on Tuesdaysfrom I Virginia which he refused, saying f I Then, too, Brazil is ge* "(T
: t ,
When general round -
the of
applause I
and to select local chairmen and 10 to 11 date of examination t
good
I students
i
many tctln ..
.
i had subsided Dr. Pureton that he wished to live in Florida.
k drged the students to get at least I The .duties of At'iletic Director 1fII
I nandsecor!
I
; : ,s. AH the cities have pledged All classes meeting on Monday I find their way to Flotrda, ;
eight hours sleep at
seven or under the system issued by
t''vmselves, and programs for from 8 to 9 Monday, Jan 22 9 to J r new I logically? should redvaI "
and to observe the following
night the ttee will be
them have been determined. Faculty Comm -, by
12. I I number: of th,m at G._..
tea
rule Have trnscisnce
I
: a (
Monday, Jan. 15th, expert campaign All classes meeting on Mondays as follows: :I' Illinois, Iowa and Califotsk gI thirdyt
and sleep well at night. k
I men will arrive to take from 9 to 10. Tuesday Jan. I 1. Head of all coaches and gymnasium I I I the larger numbe Of tb* (H|

;, ; charge of the state-wide camp igu. According to the declaration of 24th from 9 to 12. instructors, who shall be f: orn states I tl1.'lk Texas Cons
The for the first three ,Dr. Pureton the precept buy the t : 1. e
prog am ; All classes meeting on. Mondays > first and Lou
responsible to the Athletic. Di- sir: la. seeoni |y
we.ks and consist mainly of or- truth and sell it not should ba care- fF i:1 |egretpt : :
Wed.
from
: I. ,faoin 10 to 11, Jan 24 F- rector. ida would probaVv come ithttj
; ganization work in the various fully considered as the human I ,;;s

", communities, appointing of local mind was made for truth and 9, All to 12.classes' meeting Mondays 2. Coaches shall be loyal to director I I I South Carolina did not Art si'I. landfxa

committees, and general: campaign truth for the human mind. Don't f i and maintain teamwork and i out-of-tha-State students; it pot_1 [
n 1 from 11 to 12, Thursday Jan 25
work, the whole culminating in a .hold truth as secondary, get all I from 9 to 12. otn to suggestions from the di- I I tically so. Georg a getaa..... |thaI

'I ;i, drive beginning Feb 5, and lasting the knowledge you can for wisdom I ,All classes meeting on Tues I I Ii i 1 lector, but snail he free to pu sue bunch of them and will gttisll. ite ",

: { ,I' four days. cannot be stolen, taxed or their own methods of coaching and get more as Dr. Soule wuJftlfl
,; i i days from 8 to 9, Friday Jan 26
is burned, urged the s eakr. at the Internet onal Gotten C.
;, The Gainesville campaign progressing ; from'9 to 12. I style of playing. CIr !

I '; : equally well.I An executive The recipe for access in life I All classes mteting: on Tuesdays I 3. All financial control to be in gress at Rio de Jan..-iro. Ta....|

I L committee consisting of thirteen which holds good no matter what hands of director blood of Texas was also ttsi
from 9 to 10, Sat. Jan 27 from except as other-
,t 1 prominent faculty members profession the individual may take I 9 to 12. I wise provided! by the student bud- Both of the States are likely j

7'-' and business men of Gainesville I up, is as follows: Take one partof All classes meeting on Mondays get. get more students due to 8

I P : has been appointed with W, M. health, two parts of intelligencethree presence of thee two mea in ft
from 2 to 4, Monday Jan 22 from 4. Do all buying of equipment. !
: Pepper ch iman. This committee of industry, four o tact, 2to5. I zil. Carmago is making good i

t :; will stage a drive in Gainesville I known as common sense because All classes meeting on Monday 5. Arrange all schedules after of the information he got vV

f > on the dates of Jan. 16, 17, 18, it i is so unommon. five parts of from 4 to 6, Tuesday, Jan. 21 2 'consulting* with coaches. at Florida. He holds a very g*
6. Authorize
i, 4._ with $25,000. as the goal. Let. character stir thoroughly, mix to h the number of post'on with the Brazilian gi wi

. t t ters and pamplets are being sent grace and aply generously to 5.All classes meeting on Tuesday players to be taken on trips. ernment. My family, when is 8! na

; t t of this explain life for 7. Enforce all rules of
to the citizens city your thirty years. It is from 2 to 4Wed. Jan. 25 from 2 eligibility Paulo about a month aPt to'
t t ing the great need which exists at 1 a sure cure Dr. Pureton declared, 5. 8. Direct policy looking to build-
. o to dinner at Joe Sampaiy's boost. th
{ the university for a social and religious 1 and if it fails send a card to the All classes meeting on Tuesday ing up a definite system of foot- People in the United ieti.

building, and it is thoughtthat University of West Virginia. I from 4 to 6, Thursday: Jan 25 ball and physical training. have very the conception of t StI

they will respond with their t fiom 2 to 5. 9. Authority to make sugges- immense amount of good I tl>g In
usual generosity. DEAN TRUSLER ATTENDS ASSOCIATION All classes Wednesday tions hours
l'l' meeting on as to of practice, hav- these students are doing 9 \.
As for the students and faculty I OF AMERICANLAW I from 12 to 1 Friday Jan. 26
i I ing regard to students class and United States. In the place el
-
j of the university, they are behind -- r
s SCHOOLS from 2 to 5. j laboratory hours. hundred sta. U
ing a couple of
is the movement to a nian. The student "
All sections of the Freshman
I 10. Coaches shall have their it handsomely'have p b.
would
us
t ; ; body has voted unanimously Dean H. R. Trusler of the law I English classes on Saturday Jan, headquarters in the office of the Pay them a'
in favor of the campaign, and five hundred fa
r school in 12Q.I 2 to 5.
was th'
Chicago during
their contributions show that they Athletic DHC._CT :::- shall render I Braz'l staads se.ond only to"Jnited <4
\acation; attending the annual Notsl.: Classes not provided for
I
' meant it. There are many pledges 't''i i such assistance as may be desirable : States in the n'tGont
I this schedule have
li in will
meeting Of the Association of I the examination -
ofiO. from students and the I or necessary in making America. Few people in
I I t gen- I American Law Schools from Dec. I period arranged by the up .
e eral average of their contributionswill 28 to 29. There Were forty-four : professor: in charge. records of equipment, playets ed: States realize th s tj IS

fall about the mark. I I etc. too, the Brazilian
$10. law schools throughout the Uitei Note 2. Classes should be con _

x i It will be of great assistance in tales represented at this -:ow n- tinued though Saturday, Jan. 20, e_ 11. Require spring practice in 1, en''tely different from that ef 1

pi soliciting outside contributions, !' tion. i except for those students having ; football for one month. other Lt'n American coast : ,

\ that the students have contributed The University of Niwissippi examinations on that date. This, too, is mt K'
so generously fo: it is ample testimony was conditionally admitted I to the I I COLLEGE OF LAW t' ARTS AND SCIENCE BASKET. Of coarse Engl&ad )

:, of the urgent need for the association.Dr. Schedule of First! Semester Exami- BALL CHAMPS' France, not to IP n*:on Germ

r building. It is to be hoped that I natVn, 1923. I i have long ego : en the; po'fore
t those few students who have not J. II. Moore, a xormer member I I ,
1 For First Year Classes. I Continued VSM
I I of the faculty in the Law I from Page Five the wr i'.of'v w re S
vet .i,iud up. 0: can increase School Wednesday, Jan. 17-Torta under I I night. The A. and S. men took I curely intrenei '1't now
their pledges, will do so Monday; t was three representing his i I
'Tr\islef. ,
t school which Iopes to be admitted I i the deciding game bv the score of j i United State" hns ''1' opportw

so that th". A ociateJ Press can :!>Jtothe association next r."r. I' Thursday Jan. 18th.-Contracts I I 15, to 13 and are therefore inter- t:) come in on -;racti"' llv an *
1 : announrt :hrouprhou the state, thet under Rasco. celPeg'? champions. .
footing *, de JsiN
and P-'J
I' n
stand t1:..* tlif st lenh ai',- taking. An amendment was adopted re- ,I: P !iday. Jan 19-Criminal pro- I I Playing a team that looked much th" yt itof fl
'. om"thinsr is .the i iI stricting the number of spcxial students big osmopr.iF ?
Every n i :{m : t -oedure under Cockrell. like the Duval
High team of last
I I I than a million inhabitants; dare
ntering the law school after
I campus t- niaicn slogan Saturday, Jan. 20-Property I year the Liberal men got off to I j hqlllt
only! about fif -
f the {'ni 1923, to ten cent of the average en
I The < :ultv o (>rsity : per i nndifr Crandall. a god; start and ended the first |I

hr alone, h\ e agreed to raise $ ,OOO. I enrollment of the' first year I Monday, Jan. 22. Regular I half leading 11 to 3. Playing for Americans.
.. q t < of ?00. which class for the past two yeais. The j I The a"'eultun 1 s t'"4tuf
an aver { ? efc ; I Ii I classes will be held all of the last I them wart Edgar Jones Dick
i\1q 7 s an example of loyalty and g ne'oi'U 1 association also adopted an amendment week. B I I Brazil is 'very bn 'V -1.I"'! is. m
"Horse
own, Smith, Goldstein I II
.,,- 1,, i. t'i at, in itself, furnishes to raise: the annual fee fio'n I Second and Third Year Classes. I! and Monroe, a Tampa man., The, I II respects. In this big i'itfrof ; i

J more then sufficient evidence of- thirty to forty dollars per yea:. I Monday, Jan. 22-property III Agra started a spurt that slowly Minas Geraes, rl>n-t thf

; the wortliof the cause. i iI under Crandall-Mortgages, under I' closed the flap in the two of Texas and with a lai-rer!*

__ i I international agreement.' In the debate i Cockrell. I I They pulled up to the 15 scores.to 13 I 1st-on, the ax and! thr' h' ate'

I with the L. S. U., Florida Tuesday, Jan. 23---Agency under count with the principal agri'aHni:! tments. !
threeHn+- left +
DEBATE TRYOUTSI < to !
p l will have the affirmative side of I I Pasco-Property V under Crandall. I, play but could not get in "..\.: ting :- J f much as h-v w'"e H
I the question!' tho in the tryouts ;
South :
I ; points before the final whistle 1 1I 25"years ago
D4YJAN. liiI I either aide may be selected by the Well
Wednesday Jan. 24-Equity I blew. there are .s. r ;'my *
i candidates. The selected I
I I, judges Pleading under Cockrell-Insurance I In the preliminary names A. esting things I won!,! '.:ke to +
I by the debating council for the try-
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l j' I under Trusler. I and S. defeated the Teachers li about, but time is moving o*
I : \ Tryouts for the team to repre- louts ar* D. Enwall, Dr. Roemer, Thursday, Jan 25-Fla. to 1 I fc
Const. I and the Ags. beat the have said nothing of the
1 I. :<:f"'t Florin in the coming.debate i DTurlington, Prof. Price and Engineers -
:
I. Law under. Trusler Public
I Serv. 14 to 5. In the semi-finaln culture of the region. It i isii
with L-ou'mna; State will be held I Dean Trusler. With the material Corp. under Rasco. the Ags. fine
overcame the slight and there are many mag
1 t Tuesday mjht. January 16, at 7:30 present on the campus Florida Friday, Jan 26-Brief making offered opposition -
by the cent th' a
}- ; 1 in Peabo i auditorium.. Each I should repeat her performance of t under Crandall- 21 Lawyers oyBapfccitjes for
Partnership under to 3.FORUI.
fl 1 speaker v ::11'1 nave eight minutes in 1 last year by again defeating the I Rasco. and seleetlQ a of good'a l it

l! which t<, nu-ent his argument I strong Lousianna State team. t Saturday Jan 27-U. S. Const HELD SUCCESSFUL But another I will time.have to leave th-_
,
1 after wfc ;- a team of two men will Lawuntfer Kline-U. S. Const

I b:> !':electe The question is "Re I Fred Langwa-rthy was elected 1 Law under Kline. MEETING. Trusting that5rour work tl

solved, That manufacturing oft State Adjutant of the Disabled i Exams begin at 8:30 a. nr. (Continued from. gresa'ag: smoothly and .

t, 'ms anil l nmHons bv y\vate enterprise l I' American Veteran at the convention then favored the audience 1) best of wishes for your eoLL. 1

should be prohibited by 'I in Lake City this week. I Patronize Gator .\dnrtieI'gt : 'IIow with ae,1'rt'.terl success, I am, --
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