The Florida alligator
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028291/00379
 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 20, 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
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System ID: UF00028291:00379
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Preceded by: Orange and blue
Succeeded by: Independent Florida alligator

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Company -C-'s men are wear- '
smile as big as Captain TARS ARE OUTPLAYED
gain's ing a usually it, this week be- GROWTH OF U. I on the 1922-23 Seminole, DR. BRISTOL EN- BY SCORE OF 42-21; :

Icasse they won everything thereto University { Florida year book, Stetson Next

to win in the competition OF F. JUSTIFIES is progressing rapidly already the DORSES AChYJTIESBUILDING I Joe Barchan's Freshman
hrh ended with drill Thursday. I probable date of publication has
Team Takes Game FromG.
[la the competitive drill Thursday SOCIAL been set for May 15th. The Junior
I BUILDING H. S. In First of
Horning "C" company won over class under the leadership of J. R. ,
Doable Header 23.11
the other three. Company 'B" r Wells, editor-in-chief, R. L. EarnV:. ,
an unusual amount of at- est, business- manage:t and 4Tru* -
'drew DR. ENWALL SAYS IX ONE man Green, Managing editor NEED BY SOCIAL -AND Starting off the season_Mith a
tenon by going: from last to second -
place. Companies "A" and REGARD ONLY THE U. is putting forth every effort to OTHER ACTIVITIES OF sweep, the- ;Gator quintet _over- ..
OF F. HAS NOT MET THE CAMPUSA whelmingly defeated the Rollins
make this the greatest annual ever
"il'tied for third place in Thurs-
DEMANDSOne I Tar Team here last night by a
iy's competitive d!ilL produced in the South. A numberof --
Student Activities Building score of 42 to 21, in a fast game
I The semestestandings:: place I new features have been addedto t
-&" company, commanded by Ca- of the outstanding phenomena this year's annual according to at the State University! And how f featured by many long spectacular -
of the manifold are the activities in the shots. At no time did the
.it Captain Calhoun, at the head world in the world of a statement issued by Mr. Wells
American modern college apart from those Rollins team appear dangerous,
cf the liti. "D" company, cum education in recent recently, such as the Beauty contest -
has provided in the curriculum: dramatics while the Florida team seemed to
aanded by Cadent Captain Paul, years been the forming and and the_Popularity contest.
"B" commandedby i' the:growth of the State University The first shipment! of mounted music lectures, debates, get a better organization in team-
; company recreation committees and wok as the game progressed and
Cadet Captain Bradsluvar, T f Florida photographs was. mailed to the engravers .class.
When the Buckaan Act waspassed last week. It was hoped club meetings, Bible study! College was displaying a fast passing system
thud "A" commanded
; company when the ended.
in that life we are told, especially by game
there was not one photographs could be included -
Cadet Captain Butler, fourth.
by those who have failed in ,their Captain Roland Moss and Manager -
I brick laid upon another on what in this lot but sine it was
Considerable .revision of 16""tis
Cfie divided honors m
is now the not possible the time limit for studies; is vastly more than the Byrd
campus of the University -
be the result the5elQester's
expected to of
the scoring MOM getting
knowledge acquired in the class game
I with its thirteen beautiful turning in. class pictures has heeD
secoad of' work with the buildings arranged'nicsUy and extended to Saturday, January 20. room and laborttoiy. And so it i.. fire field goals and four foul goal
l_ossibility the last being first
in the first half while Byrd failed
but of the college life .
I architecturally in what is said tot Xo further extension, however, some referred -
and the first last after
competition be, with perhaps one exception, will be granted for all pictures I t to is by BO means an asset to register a tally. In the second
exams will no doubt be keener '
must be in in later years. Bat all shouldbe half the results were reversed
the finest plant for a set of university the hands of the engravers -
than it has been this past semes- I. lafer Byr'' getting six field goals while
buildings on a campus in not than the last
te-: America.But week of January.Photographs Nothing eoileg; life is mote Moss failed to Tegister. Both of

I what is more remarkable is for the eight page important than training in cooperation these men played a stellar game,

CLAYTON AND SALE the growth of the student- body. Beauty Section of the Seminols, and the development of lead- MOM producing long spectacularshots

I When Dr. Murphree the present one of the important new features ership in worthy endeavor, wheth- while Byrd performed_ beet

MAKE L. S. U. TEAM I president of the institution was are being received every Jay. The that endeavor be on the athletic under*. the basket.
field, in debate in ArkNewton was the out
; elected in'909, he faced a student debut of this novel feature is expected or social gatherings -
-with due reference to the standing player at guard and M
to create deal of
body of great
some forty-seven men, the a
WELLS ALTERNATE law of proportions. Not mainly responsible for th.e'few .
total enrollment for the year being and all students of the .
alone is needed for the goals!' scored by the visitors.
only 102 and some of these doing University are_u'sed submit en. highest
Seminary or sub-freshmen work. versify are urged to submit entries success in life, but vision, character Fpf the vwitorsC6Uon_ Thomas.at .- -

E. .\.. Clayton and Thomas Sal' Today, there are over twelve hundred I[ to the contest that the socialized power! The University forward and Emery at guard

th Jlaxwell W. Wells as altcr- | (1,200) men on the campus Beauty may tc made one of them has facilities for the were the outstanding stars for the _

t te were chosen last Tuesday |. enrolled in courses of instruction t attractive to be found in any training of the body and mind.It first half, and during the second

(Might: to represent the Gators:; on in five different colleges, whose college annual iu the country. Ar- needs a centeto provide forth period Cblado shared these honors

jt&e Florida debating team, which p requirements are equal to those of racgemets are now under way to wise use of leisure; for training S lineup: -

ji ii to compete with Louisiana the best colleges in the land. secure the assistance of Coles in cooperation and leadership; Florida Moss (c), forward. .'
State for religious inspiration and instruction I Byrd forward; Miller center;
University at Baton Rouge In one regard the Universityhas Phillips nationally known illas-
la tie near future. The questionfor not ben able to keep abreast trator In judging the contest. A ; for the enlargement of :Newton guard: Gray guard .
debate "Resolved Announcements to fellowship and sense of unity; for Rollins Thomas, forward;,.
is relating
: That of the great demands made upon a I
the fostering of social ideals Johnson, forward; Carroll, miff;
punafacturing of arms and muni- it. That is in the failure to provide Popularity contest will bema at ; for
poas by private enterprise shouldprohibited adequate facilities for the so- the beginning of the s, cad zcaascter the development of an. "espUit d* Emery Substitutions guard; Tear, guard.

be by international cial and religious needs of so largea the results of which will be : corpa" which shall spell a greater .Florida :
regiment" Florida has the af- body of menThe present Y. M. published ia the Seri:ole. The :and a better University and a Miller. -First half: Halt for .

fimiative side of the argument. 0. A. building, is. simply the old contest wilt be held under the greater and_ a better State. Miller Second half: Tt.omPJOD"t&r" .
;4L it for )(O@ .
The men who presented them- shed (a war shed) thrown together auspices of the student body for BRISTOL Rollins
I --'First half: :Bender for
lves as candidates for the team I er during the -first year of the the purpose 0.kw mining the
f Carroll; Carroll for -Bender Cola-
*m: G. .H. Be. T. S. Ferguson 1 war. 1- most popular student on the U1: .DR. I'CAUL CON do for Johnson.Summary ; -
C. J. Byrd, 1C.. Cushman. Th outstanding reason for this pus. the biggest "bull artist on -

ho raw Sal. Maxwell W. Wells. failure lies in the fact that by the the campus, and the biggest "baH" .Goals ; = .
DUCTS MEETINGA for. Florida First half
Dd E* A. Clayton. The judges of limitation of the statutes of the I artist on the faculty. Mos five field, four fouls -
tryout were Dr. C. L Crow state the Board of Control or the Every department of the University i f-ee missed
try ,
Gray field
; one ;
>f WiUonghby., Prof.- Price, governing body of the University is lending its influence towards prayer meeting in the Y. M. Newton one field. Second half:

an Trussler and Dr. Enwall. is not allowed to spend any money the publication of the greatest C. A. building took the place of Byrd six field; Miller two field; -

candidates all presented wellnpared for what may be called religious I year book in her history. Not the Open Forum last Wednesday Thompson, two field; Gray, two
and able arguments and purposes. only is her enrollment the largestin night Dr. McCaul of the Baptist field.

it was with, great difficulty that This being the case. ti Secretary history but the successful foot- church was the speaker of the RoIl u First half: Thomas,

v* judges selected the men. of the College Y. M. C. A., ball season, the advancement of evening. Miss G aces, who has two field, three fools, three free

Florida very successfully de- Mr. George White outlined a planto the military department and the played for all the Open Forummeetings trys missed; Johnson, one field.

ALnnfofaTu-,: year the debeing ask the citizens of the state of general growth and expansion of I in the gym was present Second half: Thomas, two field

held in Gainesville and f f Florida-one and all-to give the the entire University, all furnisha to play for the hymns.Dr. I three misses on free tryst Colado,

is the earnest desire and wish. of t University by private subscription, great source_of material. McCaul gave a short and inspiring three field; Emery one field. .

loyal Gator that this year the sum of two hundred and fifty The Art Department of the t talk on "How To Build OUT t As a pifrliminary for the Varsity '

be no exception. With the ex. thousand dollars $250,000), in order Seminole Star under the directionof Temple of Hapiness" "The cornerstones RoUtu- game the Freshmen

lent men that have been select-- to erect and equip a building John F. Blatt, he been busT are the foundations of pia: ;cd tEe Gainesville Hig&Fl' : '-

there Is no doubt whatsoever suitable alike'for student social designing new features for their your Temple", said the speaker, and emerged victorious by a score

t'.thy. will do their utmost to activities such as literary societies particular branch of the work, one "and therefore they should bestrong. of 23 to 11. The C. H. S. players
t.> mt Florida the clubs local scientific I of which is the attractive new- The
on top. debating names of these cornerstones put up a plucky fight against the
organizations, et cetera, as panel for the Junior and Senior are Bight Relations larger and more experienced

The Triangular Debate Tryouts well as to provide room for the I sections of the Annual which was With the World'. Right Relations Freshmen and their play was not

ill be hM in Peabody Hall at Y. M. C A. of the University. This desiged by J. I.. Knight, one of With One's Fellowmen', Right Relations t altogether defensive. Coach Bar-

:30 on F- carp the 16th. EachIker plan received the cordial approval M: Blatt's competent sbtants. With God*, and R&ht Ref. f than used Bsmberous iabtitnt

will be given eight min- I of President Murphree and the New views of the campus and lation With Jesus'" f faring the game and plan on d4aODsMm -

es in which to present Ms ar- f State Board of Control. bnz'Idinaa have been taken recently The meeting was closed with a : ? las Qad somewhat beE -

'flt. Surely an instituaton that benefits and will constitute a part of the short prayer by Dick Sias. i iDr. fort he embarks on the tegdar
The subject the hamlet and I new art seetioi, also the pictures
of debate i*. I every city town schedule which is being anaapL
Resolved: That the allied naas : isolated home in the state, ought *f tile batallion were takes last Manchester :
i fiat
should release each other to receive in its great endeavor to week which were said by Photographer the handball marts: announce are in goal Ttore IBS fcee- some talk afcesttemm
rom: all f :ebtedness incurred far suitable social and reUg- Maraba'to"be the best
I provide shape and are waiting far the faculty srga sl g tile faaJ y lestrirtl l[
e pcrrose facilities for the I that bYe cost osier has fcserra-
Of carrying ea the was ywaagr men men to come oct and jiar It which weal thraagb aa oade-!
orf War. t who are coming to its gates ia i tilL Those who will play 2feeu&i sdf. te ted itmtm teat yeac. Hew.
Every student is urged to try oat ever increasing numbers tie Hy*! t The same caver'as was used in the Doctor. f ever op t. tile prtant there ha
or tfj: debate for Florida need-s I and TFhoJe-nsarted support e f 191 and 19 :!-bas become adopted been Miidng definitely arraogsd.twseribe .

very test speakers possible; t a I every thoughtful man who ia: at I &s standard and will be med on I
Get frost McDowafl,
ho.d! her honor m these debates all aHe to do so. Wb.tt.wift ya tke fortbce caiag 'l!sue. ef tie year: paper ::: II : for the Alhzater sad

.th other ttftiV8eiti da: DR. E-' ALL. G:eater Seniia's1e .- Patrenias OatH tA&VW tfsecai e..r'i ie Gator advert rs.


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: EYH'Ythistg ( 9:40 Sunday School, H. O. Enwahl, Teacher of CoYeg ; .3.3mt 3

I b' : ALUMNi NEWS I JOS. J. SEYKORA I I j) Class.Preaching. t .
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PHONE 107 j
,I I 11:00 and 7:30. Bpworth League 6:39, <
t I' -, 1i j, + ,_ B. W. AMES GAINESTILLE, FLORIDA I_t_ _4III -- ""';" f t

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I + +. *--*,-. -*. .*._--+-* *---.--* --* __-*..-*-* -*-* I r I Drugs, Medicines, Stationery, Toilet and Rubber C. Stitf

t Eagle Barber Shop I I We guarantee personal attention! to Pre.sc Ptiot
Alumni-if the students now at Florida letter man of several seasons -
I the University can subscribe to. is Athletic Director of the t FOR I J t purest drugs used. Low prices. Quality consIQ

y $ tie nw Student Acitivities and William Crisman High School in I I II i Gainesville_, Florida._ ----- o ar
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; Recreation Building Fund almost Independence, Mo. I I EXPERT SERVICE J JIf tb
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i 100 percent, you Florda men who r. ar
i in the world L Howard is now a call you'll call ] SOCKS
are making your way 11. George I you once LEATHER SOLE deSt

s.. L f now ought to respond to a man. railway postal clerk, and is loca- I again. Silk Finished Lisle in Brown, Black and Gray
; The students are in the same fix ted at Trilby. I
j j't' I you were when you were at school, f! Next Doer to Alaehua Cafe C Satisfaction warranted by the Manufacturers 8P 8L

p[ i chroncally broke, but hey re doing '19. Hugh M. McCollum is gen- PALM BOYDt 50c Value, 25c L- C. SMITXI '

:t' their bit. It is up to the citizens of eral superintendent of the Fuller's t _a pt
,!: 1c1 alumni of ____ __ i Ft
!, the state at larg and the Earth Plant at Jamison, Fla.
i I Florida in particular to bear the 4 4II 4II --" tip

; J1.', brunt of this campaign. Do your '92. ames D Love is a well known- I
; -' part. practicing physician in Jacksonville It and Denison
I t Frames .. ii
where he has been eminently
d White, of the University .f a
Secretary successul in his prcfession. H B. M. TENCH H
3 Y. M. C. A is beginning a' 2
p .
'! ;: of the States this week, taking |. f|
I J tour : '11 Allen M. Roland is practicinglaw Gainesville 0 Crepe -
; all the in behalf 0 0E
1 ;. in larger towns, in Bushnsll. .
: .r; ;; of the new Student Activities ; r I

'.', Building. All the Alumni and former '12. Arthur A Baker is connected E Florida E t t.
: 't; t i'J.. .student scan show the old : :
I i\ Ug JO-.I3+ui edtucj &m qjm
{I Florida spirit by giving Secretary Steamship Company, and is loca- S HOE S [ \ Norah Norton Novelties a.
.' t' White a cordial welcome and assisting ted in Jacksonville. I

: ; him in the good work he is .
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";:i ;' fostering. 1! '14. Robert S. Blanton is at pres- I -liei
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the Public
j jl' ent Superintendent of
This is the first time the Alumni
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Er r Instruction of Pincllas County,
1 tare been called
to help
upon which !position he has held since
i i their Alma Mater. Let's- put it 1920. COLSON STUDENT ROOMING HOUSES
.t-. across.
.V r E ",!''!, ":= A marriage-of interest occuring I '17 William B Henderson is connected i Nice rooms, twin beds, large closets, running

y .i i,;.J 1 ( in Tampa Wednesday ,morning, ,I Galveston with, Texas the Texas Ccmpany in I water in every room with shower baths and
: ,,1 l January 10, was that of Miss Alice '

'; .;:' 1 McNair to Mr. Frederick J. Hampton Opposite Science Hall' See
f I '98. Jesse A Pitts is Food and FLA. U. BOYS sleeping porches.
.It J class of 15, which was solemnized -
: Drug Inspector in St. Louis, }I.>. at Mrs. Ramsey's.
;, : at the First Methodist DICK STANLY, Agent,
I He attained the position after
: church of'Arlington, by Rev. T. A. sev-
eral years' successful work with
; : Hearn. After the ecremony the
I the Bureau of Chemistry of
: : young couple left for a motor trip
Agriculture. Tins is Your Stol'eYou' !
I : down the East Coast to Miami I

i i' and from there they will go to
.. \ '15. L Hearin is in I
I' (' Jay the to-
Key and Cuba.
I bacco business in Pres- r e Welcome
I Quincy, as -
The bride is the daughter of Mr. ,
r ident of the Hearin I
Leaf Tobacco
I 'I! and Mrs. R. O. McNair and is one UNIVERSITY MEN ,
I Co.
I "i' of the most popular members of .
'; the )younger set. She graduated here when in Tampa i
'; 22. W. S. "Tubby" Yates, who
from Wesleyan College, Macon, ,
was cashier of the Commons last Demand Value and style
Ga., in the class of 1921. -
year, is at Gonzales, Fla, wherehe -When you need ...:' ".:=
# The groom is the son of Col. ,
is principal of the Tate Society Brand Clothes
and Mrs W W Hampton of Gainesville -

and a prominent young lawyer school. Clothes we'll be glad Hanan Shoes, Manhattan Shirts, Knox Hats .:
?.1 of Tampa, being a member of Pan '-, '
the firm of Sanford and Hampton. '17. P. K. oast is traveling Are featured lines in the Giddwia Store. _.-
t "" I I for Armour and Company; with .

t; '13. Mr and Mrs Albert Vidal finellas and Pasco Counties aa hs! t. serve you. Mail Orders a Specialty. : .

: : announce the birth of a nine pound territory.

j": son born Dec. 21. The little fellow >.
has been named Albert Pierre
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,rt enrollment in the United States is $ ',- ,.;:
f f We regret to announce the death
i 4 L at Highland, Kansas, having eight
t I of ,0 W Drane, class of '11, at his students and four teachers.-The. ..-'
i I. home in Lakeland, as a result of Bee. .

r :, t 1 (complications after an attack of Tampa: {:

I 'i'D Fever, being engaged in .
ngue '
:, the insurance_ business. He is theN $ ,
J r son of Congressman Drane. psychiatric board: was testingthe .
mentality of weak-faced ; :
1 soldier. "Do ever hear
; ; '12..Martin, Mershon isa member you : -;
voices without being able to tell I '
s } t. of thelaw firm of Atkinson; ,
t who is speaking or where the
i >I' i Evans and Mershon in Miami. sound comes from?" I -

I --- "Yes suh," answered the + eo + + + + + + + $ TI
4. f '12. Neal S Storter, former negro.
f' I football star, is. District Managerof "When does this occur?"
"When I'se talkin' over de tele-
the Lykes-Sgitcovitch JointS HSiH iffiRfiWWffiffiat !
phone.-The Reveille. I
>, am :gP Company Agency. ate,.. W
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I I' Soldier; : lUfctalNfay clothes I -
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1 '15. B. L. Soloman is now practicing !fi ,{ ." ? --..
Gob: "Where did ''''' "'
you put
: i law Marianna I them?" l
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p I "In the cupboard near my ham- MILLER'S. ,
13. John L Godwin is now located I
mock. .
in Birmingham, Ala He is I \-.1
"You poor sap. That was no .
\,, with the Veterans Bureau hand '.., '?
cupboard; that was a porthole. .
ling claims for vocational training !f; -!
.. I of disabled ex-service menI Florida Flambeau. x < We Are ,At Your Service -

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t' Japanese advancing Place: Like Home
r women are No and Miller's :
i :. *22. R L Goulding is principal of rapidly many now being employ Y -

i the New Smyrna public schools. I ed in clerical position asnd as sales- IEH&3 .

I '14. James A (Jeff) Miller, a women. !hS&ftf33 H&! Y1!: !

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Friday evening, January 12, the which will be held Jan. 29.
Augustine dub held its regular .,
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meeting in the rooms of two of Dr. James M. Chajman EDERHEIMER

itl members Final plans were laid. Back at University
and arrangements completed for
the club's picture in the Seminole; Dr. James Madison- Chapman STEIN CLOTHES e

and after more( than usually fervid professor of
oratory at the Univer-
debate, Miss Winifred Lynn of sity, is back again this year. He
St Augustine was chosen as spon- needs little $30
introduction as he is $35 $45
The club is already making
sor. all ready well known to the old
advirising th Ponce de
ptlDIIor men and the new me have heard
Leon Celebration here on the campus him in his annual presetation of Specially designed i for the straight, slim figures of Varsit men-tailored

; and indeed, its page in the "MooCowMoo. D-. Chapmanfirst to l8ok] as good in the showdown as they U in he showcds e. Some of the

. Seminole will rflect the spirit of took up his work at tahe uni- model 1s have inverted-plett backs that finish with a belt.
, the famous festal occasion, to take versity in the capacity of professorof I
plans for advertising the Ponce de public speaking. Tho his homeis Same have bellows shoulders; also belted. Some have patch: pockets that

The next meeting will take place in New Hampshire he is de- b lJjtI. through, other patch pockets are plain. Some are two fcuf fon. Same
jmmediatey after the semester exams cidedely Florida 1J ree
a man. having ar. tii'toa. .
Saturday evening, January don much to stimulatt interest in
27, at ?:30, at the rooms of Poe the different literary activities on AH in all it's a showing that reveals the finest in fabrics and. finished make e

and Knight Phi Beta Psi House. the campus. Great credit is due JI" n liip. Extra value is, of course, to be expected. I 4
Refreshments will be served as on Dr.
Chapman for the splendid debating -

the general second get-togethers semester. to All start St.-off teams produced at the University Super-Fine Ederheimer-Stein Suits at Fifty and Sixty Dollars ,
in passed the ,
years as result $>
Augustine men be present early, of his coaching. Anyone inter- ," '<.4
and bring your picture for the ested in the EVERYTHING.LIEN {
training for public i. AND BOYS WEAR -
Seminole. ..,' ,.. ** > '
speaking can usually find him in
his office i 25 Peabody i in the : .> .

MIZI'AH CLUB afternoon. J? Porter ,..

The Mizpah Club held its regu- Program For The Farr Literary
lar meeting combined with a little Society "
smoker Thursday evening ,in the .

! court room of the law college.It Jan. 29, 1923. : ClothingCo. :. Ik

was the largest attendanceof Talk: Aviation in America-J. B. :
the history of the club and it Hazard. :;-? _" ir

J is hoped that every Knights of Talk: Dr. J. R. Leigh. x.:' JACKSONVILLE *' Y
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Phythias on the campus will soon -r ; ,,

take partIt Mr. Haold Yetter, one of our Du-
was decided to have a pagein val Rats is to be congratulated on -
the Seminole and everyone is his engagement and coming mar-
requested to turn their picture into aiage: in the latter part of March
A. W. Cleadwich or Hawley .I He will continue in school only priJ

Blake. I" through the semester exams. j,

_The Benton Engineering Society U. OF F.

nit last Monday night for the I I c
election pf officers for the next The invitation has been extended ;
semester Ralph Perkins was elected | to the Dramatic Club and the Q 1
president; Frank Keller ,vice- I Chapel Choir to give concerts in

president, Harrold Stansfield, sec- t Gainesville under the auspices of ,
retary and treasurer; and D. 1-:. I the Y. M. C. A. at the Universityof Ir

Booth reporter, A Gel is was I No definite arrangements -
chosen: Debating Council Repre have been made but the

sentative. As there was no other 1 i I two talented .organizations will
business to be attended to the piobotlyisit our brother* institu-
meeting adjourned. tion some time during the months cervice qua2&es of well built
Engineers this is your societyand of April or May. They will have ,:Z. \ 4- brick pavements are brought
is no more than what you separate dates for the performances -- hoii more forcibly to taxpayers who
make itAfter j to be given there.
have had
an opportunity:: to compare such pavements -
It is announced that the programs
-twenty and thirty years old with
a brief business session I to. be presented this year
the AG. Club held its elections of by the Dramatic Club, as well as "Tallahassee City substitutes tbat have worn out in from five to

officers in the place of the usual t by the Chapel Choir will exceedall Commissioners i i ten years. Occasionally community is led to

program. othtrs of previous years. Thisis Tuesday instructed accept & substitute pavement by being persuaded -

The membe entertained one indeed a promising statement, the city manager to to consider first cost alone. RapIdpurchase
another with flowery bits of ora- and under the able directorshipof brick for deterioration, heavy annual repair costs and

tory lauding the capabilities of the Miss Hollingsworth Dramatic the repaying of College the .net 4 for early replacement of such substitutes
Miss Quiett Chapel
various candidates. The old campaigner Club, and t
I frequently the costly lesson taught .
of tht performances Avenue.
Buck Carlton was a source I Choi", the success
of much amusement during the evening. given by the two organij "College Avenue by

He was a candidate several I zations is asured.-Florida Fam- I'I'I was I paved lroralSlilrl experience.VlTftlSTCD ,
times and each time amused the ( beau. '
ilK'; a
club with his futile attempts to I ,
,t I material other than ..
thrust off popularity. The resultof NEW SCIENCE HALL IS BEING
S. C. W.The : brick) "but.the
the election was as follows: I OCCUPIED AT F. pres-

President-H. S. Wilson.Vicepresident.0 I ent paving has wornto
division ,of the
R. Davis. extension< such a degree that _
Secretary and treasurer E. I.Sehambinger. college, moved into the Science it becomes necessary '
Hall during the Christmas holidays
I I' to repave, and the
Reporter M. U. Mounts.Critic the first
and is now ocupying I commissioners have
I floor of the building. settled on brick as __.
During examination week which ''
PARR LITERARY SC IETY. I : a lasting material
is announced from the president's properly constructed, are :famous for their
Jacksonville Fla.
The question, "Resolved that the office as January 22-27, th* School j "Tmet Union"June; long life and low maintenance costs. Brick

French occupation of the Rhur of Home Economics will move 15 1m pavements-built as they should be built-
Valley is justified" was the subject over to the middle floor, and at always gain by comparison with others. Communities -
for f v.rte at. the Farr Liter- the same time the Chetnistry will be moved I t that have tried substitutes ultimately !
Botany departments
ary Soci. last Monday evning. the other buildings to occupy _-- return to vitrified brick to obtain* lasting and
.A Messrs from -
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H. Markham and L S
Bonstell of the affirmattive carried the third floor of the new hall. inexpensive service. Note the accompanying

off th? :..acon, while the consolation Courts Nearly Ready. quotation from a Florida newspaper.
prize went to Jerry McGill The material for the backstopsof r-
and 3V Frazier of the negative.At the new tennis courts has arrived .
the close of the debate the and will be placed as soon as NATIONAL PAVING BRICK

meeting was turned over to the possible. .
of business and the election --
of officers. The officers t. : .
chosen wee as follows: Dick Sias MW freedom cajoled by the : Cleveland, Ohio

President; Roy B. Hoskins" Vic- Turkish women has earned increan-
President; G Bee, Secretary ahd id exports of lipsticks from the
Treasurer; J. M Hazard, Reporter; United States. .
J C Taylor, Srgeant. at arms; W
n. Russell corporal at arms. A woman in Turkey is merely a
The new officers were duly in- chattel without opportunity for
i'ated at the close of the meeting education or organization.
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--- University of N. Carolina at exceptional ability in tip c.--

:' THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR I 'GATOR BASKET Chapel Hill, February 9. His accuracy in shoo tf
North Carolina State .at Ral- creased wonderfully 8j_ J l

:. BALL SQUAD READY eigh, February 10. son opened and chances apt( s\
l Etotered as second class matter, September 29, 1912, at the Post Rollins College at Winter Park, able for his to capaba, fiR

a % dike at Gainesville, Florida, under the acts of' March 3, 1879. FOR SEASON Jt February Stetson 17.University at DeLandv. position'"Slim"left Thompson vacant ,by aile&-of'

iyrF t February 16. year's squad, and wh*
+r PREDERIC H. LANGWORTHY ...?...........__.......Editor-in-Chief Every afternoon since the holi- 1 The team this year will be cap- with "Lanky" Miller at --
F tained by Roland Moss at for- showing a wonderful ;luernJ
; RQBERT WRAY ._........................-.-..-.-------......-.Managing Editor days this year has witnessed a. ward. He played a stellar game ability over last season, tl
continual round of activity among
HUBERT WEEKS -.__ __... .. _......_Assistant Managing Editor the Gator Varsity Basketeers, and all of last season"and it was due I playing! a fast, comateut .J S

i R. A. CARLTON _.._._.....__......u.--u--.................-.Sport Editor with the initial 'practice of the to an injury to his knee sustainedin i I and him appearances are fa trijfcl
t there with the the Trinity College game that copping a regular >benij (
3 M. W. OVERSTREET ...__............._._...._.____.Asst. Sporting EditorW. season exception of appeared Duncan the entire the Gators did not cast their lot I season.

RUSSELL KING .._....;..::........_........._._.___.__Make-up Editor squad of last season which was in the S. I. A. A. torunament in Kenneth Hait and Join

i. K. K. HANSEN ..u.m;..:.-._;__...:._______._..._....._._._..__.....Joke Editor credited as; being one of the fast- Atlanta last. year. Moss and is shooting show- I forwards are showing pay i j t'tir.
has de ing wonderful speed y
est fives that Florida ever
i' J. F. BLATT .___..__.._.____..... -.__.:---- --- _......-Asst. Joke Editor veloped. The squad will again be ability this year and bids fair to I They provement are speedy over last and |_!
L FRANK ELMORE, EDGAR BUSBEE .._...:___..:..._.Society Editors coached by Coach W. G. Kline be one of the South's best for-I* I unusual shooting abffity on. ofF

B. W. AMES ........ ._..............._.....-...-........----.-.. ...-----Alumni Editor ago who with came the tp Florida enviable three record years of wards.Manager Chec Byrd, a veteranof ,: men are likely prospects for U j jyear's c::

WILLIAM G. P PARMENTER .....:_......._.... _...Asst. Alumni EditorN. having produced three all-western four years at gua:d, is displaying I squad. J'

D. St. JOHN ...._..__... ..__ ......_ .....__..._....:....Exchange Editor championship teams in Nebraska the same fast, steady game Bill Ward, a star from then 11f
using the five man defense and his that has characterized his play son of 1921, is working afaij
r I VIRGIL M. BRADSHAW __.....__....._._._...hu.n.Military Editor work at Florida has resulted in throughout his career at Florida.He forward this year. Bill *u..] e

i Reporters: Franklin West, G. H. Bee, W. Emmons, B. Gamble, steadily increasing the strength of has speed and covers the out of basketball last year fe a s
r ; ; Usher, Don C. Booth, R. E. Glenn, C. D.. Keen; G. A. Martel, J. D. the team from year to year by the court well. He was captain and infected foot, but is showing 1
1 same system. manager in 1922 and was unanimously I well again this season.
Sfcert, T. W. Parhan
j _ _ _ _ _ _ Through the persistent effortsof re-elected by fog the 1923.Ath- Smith and Entz at guards* f
i Manager Chec Byrd a splendid letic Board as manager two new additions to the an

f ; x HORACE WILSON .............:............._..___.............Business Manager schedule has been arranged which Big "Ark" Newton of football I this year, and are showing ee' i 1
E T: will carry the team into territoryand fame, and one of the mainstays of erable improvement over & :
D. A. RAMBO .........__......_............._...Assistant Business Manager against teams that Florida last year's team at guard, is pres- I last year's performance in &
: 1 has never met before in athletics, ent again this season, and bids class and inter-college basked
and the success of the team in fair to make any goals shot from
; Colleges are not for ,the: exclusive benefit of the few fortunate these untried fields will be watched his territory dearly earned."Lanky" I Houser and Brown are also y
material the squad andI
on ,
attend them they for with a great deal of interest. Miller another lastyear's
i individuals who may.happen to ; are of have been steadily impro_
Notably among the schools that I i
:: the moral support of society and for the maintenance of the state. will be played is the Universityof five is working again at since the opening of practice. '
1 center. He is fast and has a
t : I While some individual may now benefit directly, every individual North Carolina who were shooting ability that is seldom
Just received our new spit
champions of the S. I. A. A. in
benefits indirectly. I rivaled. His jumping ability unusually -
; I 1922. This team defeated the styles in Black and Brown BrqK+
J' I If our colleges have yielded to the spirit of commercialism, team of Mercer University for the I assures him of the tip-off. oyfords. See them displayed
:r Henry Gray, a guard on last our window at1.75 to $
; if they have swung away from their original moorings of liberal championship by a scorti and ;
Mercer only defeated the Gators year's squad has been shifted to United Shoe Store 125 West fc
w I' culture, they have, to some extent, ceased to fulfill their original by a single point just before the I I I forward this year and is showing I I versity Ave., next to Busy Baa

purpose of supporting the foundations of government and religion. tournament. The complete sched- I i I I II, l

E ;, The hasty conclusions by those who are on the outside are not to ule Byrd as is as announced follows: by Manager SUMMER WORK FOR COLLEGE I

i r be given too much weight. But there is considerable public opin- Rollins College at Gainesville STUDENTSStudents

ion, which is by no means lacking in expression, that there is a January 20.Stetson .
to distribute Religious Literature. Opportunity
University at Gaines-
: tendency in some of our colleges to too much criticism of the
ville, January 27. make Ten Dollars per day. Full or spare time. Arrange f<<
I administration of government and too little attention to the examination Georgia Tech at Atlanta Feb- summer position with definite guarantee NOW. No capital

1 and demonstration of the soundness of the fudamental ruary 3.Lynchburg. or experience necessary. Can also travel and appoint loot!

r : 1. r principals of free institutions. There is some feeling, too, that College at Lynchburg representatives if desired. AddressUNIVERSITY
i February 5.
' ; they are not giving effective instruction in the truths of religion. BIBLE HOUSE
V. M. I. at Lexington, February 7.
i I The main emphasis of our educational institutions should be College Department
the soundness of the fundamental principals of free institutions. mond University, February of Richmond 8. at Rich- 1006-1016 Arch Street Philadelphia, Pa.
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I Self-government, the rule of the people, is a finality. There is only -- -

1 : one substitute that can be made for it, and that is the rule of apart .-.......... ................ .............+H

1 j I of the people. Colleges were not founded to suppor governors; .

they were founded to support the Government If they fail in that i

r I! they fail in one of their chief purposes. f When in Jacksonville ::I

Saturday saw beginning of the dreaded week of Mid-term .

Exams, and the strain of over-cramming is already noticeable I Visitv t 5 <.rsr <:
upon many faces The main trouble with examinations is not al? >" }

; ways in the fact that they are difficult, but in the fact that the :' Ii i
student is inclined to worry about them for some time in advance.

Then, too, they present the danger of too much late cramming at
the last minute; the danger that the student may spend the evening -I 0Furchgott's! men's store

+ before the examination in burning the midnight oil until his 1AWhere

t ;; mind becomes dull and stupid from fatigue. At most this is a I .

M j' foolish experiment; when the morning comes the student's mind 0o :
is so tired that it will not function nearly.as well as it would have! .

done had the evening's study been no more than the usual amount.I H incurs
looking no obligation
Some of the Professors say that the best idea is to do little or no o to buy" J

cramming the nght[ before an exam. They tell you to go to a picture -i : .
If C li! show, or to bed, or to the gymnasium-anything except spend .
it i the evening in study. While the Alligator hardly approves such 2'' 0o .
I total eclipse of one's text-books on the fatal eve, still we do not, at ; ; .

the same time, advocate studying until a late hour- It has been! o .. Main, Bay and Forsyth Sts." iJ
N tried with disastrous results too many times Li this University,I : -

and the examples of such a practice are numerous in the experience t .
of the upper classmen The best idea is too'over the book I tt '. a Corners"clothing "

t lightly spending the tin a from about seven o'clock until ten in' o :f

this review, then go directly to bed, forgetting that there ever was a ". ? furnishingstiT:
i! such a thing as a final exam. It is the best policy in the long run.

> o i yx -everything for the -<: :
0: The kind of companionship which obtains among the students '

ti I :' of the university is of great importance to the realization of the j I o college man I
university as a society of scholars. To know by name and pat on|t o .
the back five hundred men is not much of an object; but to know j o 4

a few men, mind and soul, and to have a sympathetic intercourse I
t All
with these few, is a large part of what the University of Florida| Mail Orders

can do for its youth. At the English colleges, the serious students 1: 0 Filled and Forwarded
who have scholarly ambitions divide themselves rather promptly i i.0 (
S into small groups, who perhaps' pay the same tutor during the I.I on the

4 term time or resort to the same professor or scholar all thorugh:II.I. Bay They AreReceived
.41 ; the long vacation. Thus they acquire a few friendships which

4 have a strong influence on their future lives. You will find a very I I 0 4
,-, good example of that kind of intimacy in the account William! 0 -. .
Gladstone gave of his friendship with Arthur Hallam. That' 4
I. friendship influenced. profoundly the whole of Gladstone's mode'; + .
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The Sophomore- class team ,I OUT
emerged with a clean slate in the I i
,r" .int class basketball tourney runoff !j .
on Wednesday, Thursday and I' A large delegation of about 30
Friday nights of the past week, Gator track aspirants respondedto : .
capturing first place, with the I I Coach Atkinson'-? cal! to practice frrrjLM1c
Juniors, Freshmen and Sophomores at the gym last Monday
I! Coach Atkinson fCIb'? ,..
finishing in the order nam- has for the past xri .I a.
Ali ed. The tourney was a decided I, three years been associate track ,' ? '" -' % *6fei; -3k...,XJ. *-". <*>;->-T"->* ***'r L
success, both from the standpoint coach and is fully equipped this
of the interest taken, attendance I I year to produce a winning team
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for Florida.
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at the games, and the caliber of ,'::.'.-: .
ball offered by the players.The I New track uniforms with blue .' : <

Sophomores presented a I I Jerseys and shirts trimmed with ___________ _____ .
: cuEQ s&sfc.'c **
veil organized team with Smith orange were issued to allthese .COSCVELTjR.AXS'tECKETABy> DEHtTY PrviFVIHO CADETS A t" : z w Mtz: .r
and Eddy at the forward posi- I applicants. Across the chest is an ---
In spite of the ,
tions, Clyde Norton handling the orange 'Florida" and these ni- requirements for admission strict physical- the student body at Annapolis and having had them for soiae time.
center berth Entz and Clegg thehard forms will be a familiar sight on U. S. Naval Academy, at Annapolis to the,j They proceeded were to eliminate: the boils i: Of them, thirty were rapidly I cured.

i positions and Matthews, the University track from now on. the long drills and strenuous set I I man who returned prompted cured by a midship-of boils j,j I They boils continued erased to the occur.treatment Fiftyfivetook and '
Two of last year's stars, Hock- t'flg up exercises that form part I after an extended tick 1 leave.
utility sub, capable of playing anyplace f of the daily routine, Uncle Sam I lie treatment to increase then:
on the team. enstadt and Arthur Sollec, will I mast employ a staff cf medical cffirers i ar.i'had he gained 40 all the pounds in weight weight. Thirty of these gained I-
gave to fresh
not be back this but must of to keep these I' weight. One gained 40 pounds, one
The Sophs met the Juniors in I. year young men compressed j-eai 10 ,
pounds 10 gained 5 and 19
tcaY the first game of the doubleheader the 1922 team will be present to physically Recent fit. ;, So 130 future admirals were organized pounds, and 18 from 1 to 5 pounds.
offered Wednesday night,I insure success for Florida this staff showed reports 130 of from these the men medical had took their into a yeast squad, and The willingness of large numbers
yeast three
regularly of
winning by the score 18 to 11, year.- been below par, physically. Many times a day. Commander I. S. K. would men indicate to take their this confidence treatment
wilch does not half tell the hard I O'Neal Cox, the captain elect were it under weight and. unromanticas Reeves, Medical Corps U. S. N., its therepeutic end food value.:.ia
for the 1923 team, was a big point may .seem, 45 of these canes observed the effects of the So
scrap the Juniors put up againstthe i were suffering from the yeast the ban is on boils at Ann-
?d.t odds of condition and practice I winner last season and will be a jr+rden variety of boils. common I I I i said feeding: and in his official report apolis. And no longer will the admirals I.
capable leader for a winning team Over the year period just in the making go pair uU,
the completed
and well drilled Sophomore -j "Forty-five of these cases were about their duties with neck swatb.
team. The Seniors, by failing to I this season. Manager Russell King the doctors went to work on I J suffering from boJls'the majority ed in crauze bandaees.

h ave five men on the floor, lost and Assistant Manager Jimmie ,
I their'game to the Freshmen via Hudson expect to arrange a tri-
the forfeit route.In angular meet with Duval and Ft. ..
.i.ii .it the second night's the Lauderdale for the Freshman I
play Be Wise
Juniors nosed out the newly created team. A 'varsity dual meet will -dvertise I IThe
t Senior outfit by a 8 to 5 score probably be held at Gainesville. ,
with the Sophs getting the long The varsity will be entered in theS.

: end of a 12 to 8 against the Freshmen I. C. meet at Atlanta and the
r in the second game of the Tech relays. The Freshmen team -
evening. As the scores show both will be entered in the Tech relays swimming team will meet
of the games were hardly fought, also.Th in the Gymnasium on Monday afternoon -
, the low scores being the result of men "returning this year are at 2 p: m.
; excellent defensive work rather O'Neal Cox (captain), who placedin ATHLETIC SUPPLIES
t Ulan inability to locate the the half mile at the S. I. C.
tf Kukets. meet last year; Ark Newton, who team last year; Edgar Jones, of

Friday night the Seniors again holds the S. I. A..A. record for the Duval; Clifford Blitc and L. S. QUALITY SERVICE
failed to put in an appearance'andforfeited broad jump, and Rolf Buckley, Marshall, of Tallahassee; Randall,
to the Sophomores. Ithe n who also placed in the half mile in of St. Petersburg; Monroe, captainof I
the S. I. C. Others are who Hillsboro track and
out High team
only' game played the Juniors BAIRD I HARDWARE
won from the Freshmen 10 to 5. have made a good showing during- Middlekauf, of Riverside Military CO.
The Varsity and Freshman past seasons, with the addition of Academy, should be valuable ma-
Kftad men were declared ineligiMe new material. terial for the team. Many othersare Phone 7 I
to compete by Dr. Manchester: For the Freshman squad Otto expected to show up within a
because of their superior condition Nolte captain of the Duval track few days of practice.

aid coaching.Dr. .
Manchester officiated in all I I ............. .................*

of the games, and declared "the R. 0. T. C. POST EXCHANGE
play this year in the inter-class i. -., :
tourney far above the ordinary ,
+u+d the : Co-Opcratlve
!i meet a success in everywey" ,- i

2 Military and Athletic Goods a Specialty j
i Sporting Goods i .' .' .'

I+ .: Rear of Engineering Bldg.
IN ATHLETICS Fellows were newcomers among Gator advertisers, but from cow .
S on we'll be in here strong for all Gator activities, especially in 1I<:a.bo ..._ "'2..... _r
the. Ports line. "'- "':: :: _1 ; ".s .
The acceptance of the position .

of Director of Athletics by Mr. I T When you need a good track shoe, gym suit, basketball, baseball II
James L. White, Jr., of Miami,| V tennis, or golf eapplie. let us know. We carry the standard
Florida the authorities, has been announced athletic by f t V brand ,, 't| ARE YOU GOING WITH THE SAME
of the faculty v

board. I. You Tampa Alnm .Remember us when you buy athletic .
The Athletic Director will be at V goods. We carry a complete line and a fine stock of fishing tackle. : I FRIENDS
the head of all coaches and gym. & : .
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nasium instructors will & Then they
"arrange have seen all your and? 'ties- We've

all expenditures schedules, and in will athletics superviseall bothen I Sportsmen Supply Company i I I solne'.new shirts that are pictures.! Why'';not surprise

schedules and equipment. This
i o8 a new office at the University I I S: TAMPA FLORIDA 4 )!! I your friends with a new reel? -

and will fill a long felt need, as : 618 Florida Ave. Phone 3417 Opposite Poatoffiee :
good financial management is essential !

advancement in handling of the the rapid school.athletic e'C. is! BURNETT T H CLOTHIER

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t' The Philosophical Phreshman- "Did I understand you to say

"Loafing before exams Isn't a sin! ; that her voice "was heavenly?" t I THE UNIVERSITY BOOiTSTOI
it's an accomplishment." "No-o, but I did say that it I C
I k Basement Eanraare Jill -
was unearthly.
t '. :. heibri

tt t Andy Simmons-"Are you any <
A rat accused ySl \"ester Middleton -Y ,. -
i 4 relation to Dick Rowe? I >. con
t 'I Dick Rose-"Of course not. of studying the other day in *:: y

preparation for an exam, but Syl-
i f. Why I New Lin eef University Jewelry and
vester denounced it as a malicicuslie. 8tati"t"t
: 'Andy-"Oh, I just thought you I met11a

i i r: were. Your names are so much He was just hunting throughthe Assortment er Pennants, FreejKwan
I alike." book for a letter he left there t Stye,iltyI re

before Christmas."I Behe I Etc.
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'Kim Brittain says.you can't get & ,
z chafe against the regula- II
r t i a bit of sympathy at this school. I ------- ----- ca
tions said the fair coednaas
: j; :I, Here he is trying to raise a mustache ieniiss
I r and Roy Hoskins stuck him she prepared the Welsh. rarebit I i-- --- ----
at one in the morning.Joe
w at dress parade for needing ahave. er
i '4 t Greenleaf & Crosby: Company
Barehan "Rat, how many
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kinds of contracts are there?" ..
t.. To Ted Pendarvis goes the credit JEVELERSI iorfee
Rat Glover-"Twenty-fh'e, but t ,'C
the first to runt 1t erfPri'CaHSka the
of being man ,
simple is the only kind you can
around'behind the when a \I
remember." Robert Driscoll Shea, only 19, I. I Jacksonville, Florida
r panoramic picture was being taken
the son of Mr. and Mrs. M. C. i
and getting into the same picture
I A certain student, whose name iI
Shea, cf Indianapolis, Indiana, has
: twice. If Ted isnt at least one is withheld because Dr. Enwall won the Cecil Rhodes Scholarshipfr t Medals, Glass Rings and Pins. eommit
' and one-half times as goodlocking -
starts grading the Phil IV papers the State of Indiana, the t in search of "
tees loving
s or
as the others, it's not his fault. '. cups tl'oDMi
stated this week that ie
; today e student honored. Sheaat .
i. youngest so t suitable for Golf Tennis or other
didn't see a bit cf common sens present is in the Harvard Law atBel pivte+
i The election for the Seminole in the whole history of philosophy.When events will find it matter s
School, but will leave for Europe t an easy t tt
: ts; popularity contest will be held he was remonstrated, he I to enter Oxford University at the Choose from selection packagesvhieh +
right after mid-terms, according tJ t itt
stuck to his (point and asked what end tf the present school term in
+ : J. R. Wells Since he believes in practical good it did you, and what I June. t will gladly send. upon approval. U

t being forehanded, he announces influence it had on modern life. -eie
I ti his candidacy for the office of biggest This is entirely the wrong wayto I _____ ____ .. -,
eater on the at the val back fielder.-Duval Oracle' I
campus look at it, and he should be induced I
same: time. However, in spits of New s.
to see the error of his ways I ,
r ::3 J 'R.'s early start, he will meet hot and repent. I f Bre
,: ,' competition in his struggle for recognition The influence which philosophy' UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS. i"
Bedding Cases
'c along gastronomic lines. ,
has exerted on our lives in the
: I. W. Scott, who copped the laurels past, and"which it will continue to I Damage amounting to more Sheets Blankets t
in his sophomore year contends than $5,000 was caused at the #
; exert in the future, is almost beyond 'I
1_ that he has improved with the belief. For instance, Univ :sity; of Kansas recently
we may
with the part destruction of West- RIBBONS-RIBBON NOYBLTfK T
,, 1 passing years, while Dick Sias is consider a phase with which we are T
mine teHall.. The blaze
no' mean antagonist. all familiar In the past we have : was MADE TO SPECIAL ORDER V
caused by a defective flue and the ,
: ;; Other honors are those of handsomest all come into the possession of a _

a\ t.. 1 j'; man, laziest man, best student dog One of the greatest ques- 1 loss was completely covered by in

t r}; biggest bull artist, biggest tions in our lives from then untila I surance. We Keep Everything for Your Roam; iles
t I :'; faculty bull artist, most popular, satisfactory answer was achieved ;: a

i t I r man, etc. Then there are the men was what to name it. Now, I MrsLi, wife of the presidentof t .
;;' :' China, demands an allowance of
I '
who think they the handsom- -
ae I ask you, what name more beau- I
i $50,000 a year for the purchase of Qu lit .l'
est, wittiest, and ,
I 1 ; so on. contest tiful, resonant, full of grace and I I perfumes. 1f -

f': should be very interesting. Since spirit and life, can you find, than I I er ice l .

I i-: Nagle is with us no mor?. Beach Brur.oYet runo was a philosopher GAINE5VILLEFLOnaELECTRIC ,
t ,: ? Hazard and Ed Busbee have
a and had you at that time I ---------
t i: \ti .' chance at the office of handsomest [studied Phil IV you 'would not .Auerba h's Fine Candies I 1

\ i ,; man, while Henson Markham and have been at loss for a name. I' I

i t : Icky Taylor both think that they Again, what name for a pup is "II t lOcDORSET I __________ ______4 4r !
f are the best specimens of masculine more time honored than Fido & CO. II t f*

pulchritude at large. There are And this is but a corruption of t GROCERIES r ITS
dozens of candidates for each of- SHOE: }l lt
r, Phaedo, the name of Roger Ba- -.... ... ,
fice. con's favorite snipe hounr, and incidentally I t
Ballots will be printed in the -- SHOES REPAIRED WHILE YOU WAIT
i one of the greatest philosophers I
1 '' ; first alligator of the second sem- of former times. 'The It J. S. BODIFORD i I I't

k ester. Pop Wilson will donate the thoughtful thinker will instantly j I andCOMPANY t I t SERVICE AND QUALITY OUR :MOT3*

} b { space if we guarantee him fifty conceive. of dozens of like instances I

t f votes for laziest man. A plurality. where philosophy comes to the aid II I :
)1 : of votes cast will elect a man, and, of modern thoughtInShvmakebr L Druggists ': Phone 312 I I I I1 II STUBBNT REPRESENTATIVE-H. K. WINTERW-

.' suitable} prizes will be awarded the cm cm cmf m mm -----1 1i 19 BU6HMAN (

J I 1" winners. The handsomest mangets i------ -., !I

M 'i f' a vanity case the bigges teater, a DUVAL DEFEATS UNIVERSITY it I II j jt t
t Sanitary Cleaning & ---------------
;, J< opy of "How To Reduce Without 01FLOIUDA AT f :

t -. V t:.! t i' Dieting"set of poker; and chips.the The biggest::ther grind prizes, a SOCCER. j t Pressing Club ................ ..............'
E have been selected with equal taste t Opposite Star Garage I
t With the victors' laurels her' SPORTING GOODS
f{ f and consideration, and everything on I II .
e brow and flaunting the Red and I Fwtball Te II
F points: toward a very exciting con- I LET US CLEAN
White over the vanquished Gator, I II II *
i test.WHO'S. I Hardware AH Kinds
Duval watched the sun set on her
t first Socce season. At Southside I Dyeing and Pressing Also : SEE US

It 1 WHO 6S' THE CAMPUS Park, on December 1C, the last .
t Phone 675
i --- battle of Coach :
Chapman's war- t THE THOMAS COMPANYPhone
k j Wade MahannahIn riors was staged. Despite the I ------- _J JrSMlfWSl 22

Wpde :Mahannah you find an wet field, frequent showers and a .
unusual combination of accomI I slipery ball, also the disadvantageof I WEST SIDE OF SQUARE

I plishments.: He ;4s a pianist of being scored on in the first two rI I .

s marked ability, and a fast, reliable I minutes of play, Duval held the ......... ... .. .. ...H

"halfback n addition to this he is University to one goal in the first I I I

,, an excellent first baseman, and I half and also to only one count -

made his letter in baseball last I the last period of the game. Tb:ee :h475t I
season. times the lads of the Red and STYLE

Wade came to Florida from the I White penetrattd the Gator de- t BIGGEST ) ACTURISG t

wilds of Montana, which probably fense and scored, wining the game SENSATION WAR SINCE- THE ALL THE WHILE
by the margin of one point. t t
accounts for his versatility.: You I Not a cheap imitation, but the
:have to be able to dl) everythingout To David Frank must be given t highest grade shoes on the I 7
there to live. That proves that the credit of Duval's first two I market for :Men who demand ;\

he is a good pianist, or he wouldn't points, a boy fast becoming pro- t the Made best at reasonable prices. t Our system of operation makes y
in a
t be here now.Mahannah. ficient Chesnut in, that'the fancy-toe sensational game.line t factory where standardized only the latest unit t for exceptional values-unexcelled -

i is the present class styles are adopted. Material
S man added another point to the t ana workmanship of the serrice.
5 preudena of the Senior Class andis high- t
home score. The stellar defensive est class. Real
also of the Athletic up- 'T'
president work of Stoddard and his side- t pers, solid oak leather soles and t
; 1 Board, and is one of the old members counter, Wing Foot -
Q kkk, Kenedy, was also of
of the band He is noted for mention.For worthy t heels, lasts that have style, fit t N
his ability to keep step when the comfort. Just the shoes you are Suits-Hat
the visitors Dupoint deserved f looking for. Come and see I Furnishing Goods /
band sounds oft'at
parade, an un- them.
11..U..1 aceomnlishm-ent. Taken inan recognition. Dupoint has t II f
had some nine years' '
s..' Wade Mahannah is one; of the experience BAILEY, THE CLOTHIER
at this game and time and again i L.C. SMITH I ,
men this tTniver-\ may wen be carried the ball down the field : -
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to hav
y : i; :":: rt: s a Du- .
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T TT .
ft. + + + + + + + + + + + PAGE SEVENtfiJKHHffilfiHS2Ri
State on teh football
t11 ... is map.
thought here that Donahue is I EC
EXCHANGE NEWS the night man for the job. He

: will be in complete charge of ath THE PHIFER STATE BANK .

:: N. ]). st. Jake letics, and practically selected his I f GAINESVILLE
t own assistants. FLORIDA =- -

r The Reveille. jflfiaiarauRfij
+ + + + + + + + tt .j..p + ttt i----- 9i
01 t + ft + tt .- ( +.ewwwwwwwwww.re.
f T
.Cambridge University WAS SHE. eeee..ee j" .
of women from I J
e There was a fair maid from -With or without f Incorporated 1888
University was strong- Talla-
ridge hasse, t BoardCANOOCHEE t j Capital .
.. ,sdemned by the National A maiden Surplus, 150,000 I

4 lC2of Women of Great Britain and classie quite, pretty and .witty t LODGE I I GAINESVILE, FLORIDA .f(
Ireland in their recent cont & 1211 W. University Ave.eeeww0s. ut..ets.eeewweww
We met t i ---www.r
r,La.JJ. at Cambridge. It was statat She on the train, _.. .w-_
turned my weak brain, .
University in
. Cambridge And .should I forget that charming J. W. I Popular
respect stood akne among all sweet lassie? M'COLLUM & CO. Goods at Popular Prices at I

universities in the British tm- Oh DRUGGISTSTHE
now after all
tad the English government our traveling, REXALL STORE BURKHIM'S
take steps in par- How Agents for '
" called on to severely I'm paying in sorrowful J I I
eat withJ".l': delay to secure the Liggetts and Norris Candies
graveling, ..
.a. oe.
of women at this ancient Fla. t.wewwass.eeee
iS3ion Since you talked by the .esw.--.. -
nitro yard I VISIT US EVERY DAY'

, And kept my "Y" card, A. H. Doran
Wisconsinore I THE LYRIC t tI
University of What wonder my heart's tender THEATREYou

[ than three hundred co-eds string is unraveling! For Bicycles and Bicycle I Know How We Stand on All

University: of Wisconsin are Oh maiden, fair maiden quite Accessories College Matters I

_. g money toward their sup: comely and seeming j!I 232 East Main Street SouthI ----- ----- -- -ew _

that institution. Who appeared as ideal like :i I, JEKffiraKtfMKffifirawra
!li$! $
star which is gleaming I.eass.eeeweei Yi! !A

Cornell University Who with voice soft and I 1 1 tt
sweet I
fen Indians have registered in { GAINESVILLE FURNITURE
short course d the Cornell Has won me complete, !I:I COMPANY
But makes me feel that I I:1 1 ffii
was .
l ttt( Iversity college of agricultureyear. I I i ic '

. The students were seed simply a dreaming. Victrolas] and Records !:
t. Oh maid, You Fair Maid can it be it
from Indian reservations in you're I AND t Ix M!
a trapper,
1 York state. The tribes repre- Who caught me with guile that is I D. R.-COX, Proprietor
ted include St. Regis, Mohawks, II TELEPHONE 86
.... eidas, Canandaiguas, Cayugas, used by the "Flapper," DRY CLEANER I Ix m
Who aimed just to duel, -
. Becas and Tuscaroras. With me, a fool, I R
poor I
Bucknell University So this is the rhyme and the howl I IL Phone 354t..eeeewewe Ji 1 !IiIi!fflfiSHMffiaairaffifST. !

I of a "wrappe" __ I
Bucknell University is !planningerect t
Fair maiden 'admitting you're
| a $500,000 stadium as a honestly clever ,j I PATRICK'S CATHOLIC CHUROH
aorial to the heroes cf that
{ !titution. war And made but the promise you I YOUR RAZOR I It E. MAIN STREET, NORTH

feel you can sever,

Please don't be so hard t i BLADES t tt Reverend John Conoley, S. T. L., Rector t :
New York r
E University
** But send back my card, t .
Sharpened at about 629 _-
g That New York University wille And leave me contented to forget I pne- _. ..-:. ": : ..
30,000 students within the you forever. t third the cost of new bladesSWEARINGEN'S t tI -

t ten years was the prediction By A "GATOR". SCHEDULE OF SERVICES

de by Chancellor Elmer Ells- I I! SUNDAYS-10:30 A. M. and 7:45 P. M.

1 rt Brown at a reeption at the I Nation taking stock of its forest t AT IDEAL CAFE I \VEEIIDAYB-7:30 A. M.
1 II
ishington Square Center of the
lands; says a headline in the Fort
i iTersity. Numerical supremacy Myers Press. What Florida needsis t Opposite Fire Station .

not good the thing entire, no doubt consideration.lity but that. forest to take lands.free range stock off its ._ ...... ................... Ss..<< 'k); -,

as well as quantity, should : : a ALEX CAFETERIA :

considered and the question na- 4, : ijfi
ly arises, can a university t 1 ::
!th an enrollmen of this proposed Sr : '

bet keep up scholastic andnonal \ the place to get : if:
The big splash in football circles .
> standards? With such what yon w ant when '
came during the Chrstmas .. ;
llegeb! : as Dartmouth, Pennsyl- ;
holdays! when the Louisiana State you want it. C
'a i and Harvard endeavoring to E
University signed a five year contract |
en numbers and increase stand- : 'I
with Mike Donahue, at pres- ANYTHING at ANYTIME t. -
answer would appear to ent football coach ,at Auburn, to : _

in the negative.-McGill Daily. The handle splash the came athletic after affairs more here.thana ................................. : t

[Willie: "I looked through the month of promising by the new '

Whole last night when May's athletic council that surprise was SEE 1.1.

|Dow was calling on her." in store for next season's athletic We grind Our Own Uns s Vidal Drug Cosipaay

[Father: "And what did you find events. NODELAYQainesettle. FOR DRUGS, STATIONERY I
Along with the signing of Don- CANDIES :

The electric lamp." -Florida 1 ahue to an ironclad contract Florida.. SOUVENIR CARDS, WATERMAN PENS. i I

ambeau came the news that Branch Bo- Ir

t tPOETS cock, athletic director, for the r

past three years, will sever his
CORNER. I connection with the University at THE REXALL STORE NO. 2 f .

MOTHER. I the term close next of June.Donahue's the. present school 719 W. University Avenue -

sere's no other love like a moth- College Stationery, Pennants
assistants in football Drugs, Toilet Articles,
er's love, I Ilhere's
will be "Doc"' Fenton, veteran I Fountain Pens. I
no othe- I .
so ; rushed to the
here's quarterback, who i /
home nothing, can ever make a I rescue of Coach Pray towards the 1 The Drug Store Nearest the University"

I close of the past season and rounded I
Without a mother there.eye's 1 Prompt Delivery Service
: up a backfield that
no otheife.slI.1i1el ..like a PHONE 36
"*:. i.succeeded.in defeating finaUyri 0-W. .
r _
mother's smile, f Thanksgiving day. .. : .._ :. > '. .. .. _
There's no other heart so! true; assistanl.US-t'- ; =r 10..2Y v 'i.""", '... ;..0...... : :.
nd :you'll find no fare like J Donahue's second '1
amother's .aw.isw.e.or
care, be Moon" Ducote, old time Au- i .we .o. .oee--4
If burn football star and for several it
you travel the whole world iI t f
thru. years coach at Springhill college, I
ht' Mobile Ala. ; I
'o.s. no other lips ever moved I t

in prayer, The !remuneration that Donahue I THRILLED? t CLOTHING, SHOES AND I .,
? With greater love than hei's; is to draw for his work, according i

And no mortal tongue can tell the semiofficial. advices, is the largest t t
bet he s! He's making a tre-
bliss, ever paid a coach in the his- YOU <,us hit] She hasOust told
hna tht he b:s hair like Rudy t FURNISHINGSI.,I.
. That
southern football. His sal-
a mother's kiss confers. tory of V.Jentno' But be doesn't know
1.'o one nukes will be $10,000 a whilh tether t:> pretend that it came that t
a greater sacrifice ary I .
asy o' cmf-'S that k ! For you than your mother will exceed that paid "Bo" McMil- imlbottle of"\.sdineo Hair Toni.ss ; 1
: B owve. .a n' f f hie mal, booty to t ,
makes; lan by Centenary college at tat b- t" No pron3 thr.A-.th of the fc'ir and 1 1I 1I 1t
heart ever aches when you go Shreveport. Lerpa. .the scalp' a the heKhiect condm t t
astray ri A' all! crag ores u3 Rudest tf
The money for Donahue's car tartxr shops.
tf f
A* the heart-of your mother act, say those who know the in- CRESEBfiOTGn t
aches I sihe details, had been in hand for Consolidated; a f
There is no loss like a mother several days before the signing. State Street New YorkVasellne ,

lost, The L. S. U. alumni members discouraged I f

knd No greater grief is known; by the recent poor showing H I ItrC e+ t
there will be no one to take of the Tigers, got together

her place, I recently at "pep" meetings and I I

When mother's soul has flown.W. the money was subscribed for HAIR TONIC t tEWt7. GAINESVILLE, FLA.. ,
Jr. bringing Donahue .to Baton
N. B. Will the "Florida Flam- I. Rouge. ...__ ..." rad rt1nr.ntw..l.J.e.., t t
'e u" please trim ir.s:1:f:ts.is.l.rr'.riJH a d tf erti,oat,
The alumni Louis-
copy. plan to put
t I

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IIP"KSQUID. gm B BMB MHOMW i Civil Engineering Department" HMPBI by Professor Kendrick will be** met --
their the contributions from
haps more engineers who has been named by Dean J. R. by voluntary who Andy .summons-"!_
z \ plants' than any others, :mtfto! Benton of the College of Engin- those taking the course. All to be !t tresponstble relation to Dick Kcwe; ?" '" ..!
Coach Joe Barchan is fast t have written to the dean cf ::3Srgineering eering, as chairman' of the committee have signed up have agreed Dick Rose-"Of
+ to
their up
f inforn ifon for
College r .
rounding into condition a basketball in charge of local arrange- Why"Andy4h .
amount necessary -
. J": team from the Freshman class about the ?,aduating: classed ments, says that much benefit may two dollars each. The to I just
hand, all planning the
} that will follow up the supremerecord t fore the General Electric Company, be derived from the exchange of I is on the were. Your names '
I': ', they established this year Schenectady, N.v.; Duquenw views on highway constructionand take the work are urged to pay alike." + are ** r
. :
l ::! in football. Every day sees at \ Light Company, Pittsburgh, Parstinghou3e ": consequently it was decided to above amount at the auditor's.
64 least twenty-five rats in the gymnasium ,\ Company, and oth- invite the engineers ad others interested fice as soon as possible.The -
:1 ; for practice, and they .Ti. The grades of the graduates in highways to get together lectures will be given at Kim Brittain says you taft
practice with as much pep" anJ I I carry 'some weight in judging for a Road Builders' Con- day and Wednesday afternoons a bit of sympathy at tHere '
t r enthusiasm as if they were actually their fitness for positions, but initiative ference. two; o'clock with the third hour to he is trying to ra!t
!f a
I' playing a game. In the prac aggressiveness, person- be" arrange!. tache, and Roy Hcskinj
fi: I t games that they have played I I ality, and accuracy are the qual- Fifty-six Enrolled for Economic I at dress parade for
It'\.i: : against the Varsity they have I ities most sought for. "''For a History of United States The Philosophical Phreshman shave.WON'T .
made excellent showing and if ; Greater and Better Florida" is the I isn't sin
l' an before exams a ; -
t l they continue improving with'I' motto of the Engineering College, Fifty-six students have signedup

} a practice we may well expect as : and it surely seems tobe carryingit thus far for the new course in I II

1, great results from them in basketball I out I the Economic History of the i

T .as they produced in foot- r United States to be given the'next YOU
ball. Road'Conference To Be Here in the Department of
i I
t '.. i ) z Some of the outstanding players !I February 8, 9, and 10 Sociology and Economics and the HAVATAMPAMILD
f on the practice games line-up are I II I -- for number will probably reach one I .
who performed well in footbalL A rpad builders' confcrncc the -
men of
I .. t and hundred by the opening
and city engineers HAVANACIGAR
I "Horse Smith (Captain F. county semester. The plan is to have the
sr i <- businessmen
B.),is jumping at centerEd Jones county commissioners first twenty lectures given by '-
( (star halfback) is playing one and: other interested citizens, Professor B. B. Kendrick, of Columbia -
fullback will be held at the University of ELI WITT CIGAR CO.
t forward, and Dick Brown ( University, and the balanceby !
'' ;! ), one guard. The other forward Florida, at Gainesville on February Professor Bristol, who will also I' DistributorsTampa
a ; is being played by Brumley 8, 9 and 10;under the auspicesof
section meet-
of the
have charge
= h and the other guard by Marshall, the Civil Engineering Depart- Miami JacksoavSJ
all-state man from Winter Haven ment of the College of Engineering -' ings.The

last, year. Katz, forward, and -and the General Extension connect--- -- -- ---- 1 1S 1j 1s
__y a 'jt Worley, guard, are also whippinglift ..
I i (t into creditable shape and promise 1
I add strength..' Ed Jones has
\ f.I'
1 \ j 1;;! been elected manager and games;

f r are being scheduled as fast as pos f
: t sible. Among the other Freshmen
f I
i." + out at practices a-e Bice, Goldstein ..}

1 :.' ,t ,". ; ',:Bill Anderson, Stanley, Graham '
; 'k : ; !. F. ;, so," Hudson, -and. Black. From ,this; .
1 ; lot'of men Coach Barchan feels .. ,f
; ?!4! sure that he can assemble rtachine *-

\ f ; ] that will :"defeat, any oppftlfing .j
f team. Only,one 'thing- 'may -#
.; 1 t. i:1: help{make .them 'any 'better-'thai*i t .

: ,1 f y they really,are''and'that-is! :. lhe unselfish i ,;.
-4; suppoft bf every man ',
i : : ; at each! game, that, will
--.4? be staged here.SPItNGTIME. "" ,

j. : y'' ATHLETICS't .,'"
i ,
t Florida's swimming team begins )-
i. its cleanly work F lmia'y,
1 immediately after midterm examinations
;: and the volley bull
; jousters of all classes except

t t i Freshmen will be called out the
middle of February. The minor
f; ,
sports are getting under good
; r' J
r headway fa; our summer f-atures. .

i I : 1 Next Monday, January 22,_ all .",. ....... ''t- ," .,;!t,4("
; : meet at the gymnasium at '12:00 .: .' '!.<4 ,. ,_
men interested in swimming will : '.

't' o'clock to discuss definite plans The in Iron
a Curling
if. o' for the: transportation and other I Engineering a :

of the swimming ,
arrangements ..
: organization. Dr. Manchester has What sort of engineering is it that ment are sought in aIU : J ; lumber waiting at Lake Warburg
l' :' and is expecting to have soon. a ; :: makes a study of the needs and the of li 'ing. Engineering is remaking the .'554 .

l' pier one hundred feet long and flT$ :; interests of women and: creates prod- business of Iiomq Qfping. Us methods .

f i i ,\ feet peaceful wide watr stretching and floating out overHhe near* a 11 11i ',:> .'. nets to satisfy them? Does it ccnl are r being} appjje4 to merchandising s; ._ ,;:,

f.; dock with two towers ten The feet : **T that, in practice at least, this sort off ,to distribution.r, to, the wrapping of .', ",-.t
,;t ;" I and Doctor, fifteen has further respectively.planned to .- y thing i is a little different from your l InuuMes, and the packing"of boxes, to ..:, _:

+ .. : have a swarm of canoes: a motorboat 'r understanding bf ,what Tan engineer the lighting. of streets and the hundreds -' '-:: .:

; f and probably two war canoes really is and does? of that Jew '. : : ,S '
a :
t at the service of the University -i years .fU :
k I! boys. No schedule has been t After all, ,when.you'co-ute'to think of back, were strictly "rule-oMhumb". '.. ;

a t dates arranged with for our Miss water Southerland meets but, : .- it engineering concerned with all By the time,you 'are "at workout in ., ". i; E.

I Brother Stetson Doctor Rollins, < .. r the facts of life. It takes the old facts the world, there will be more-thoughthere ::

I' t : heartily St. Pete and expected.Mrs. Also Tampa' each are I and interprets them in new and are' only, ,a few of thertl.ieft. S [ rengitleerilig y.

f class and each college will prepare : broader ways; but its big job is the Whatever ,LJ worth doing is worth t,,; ,
t and inter- '
for the inter-class
very big job of making more living,
.. college meets to come. ; ; engineering effort digni- ; ;

a The first week in March bringsour -fuller living-readily available. It lies itself. Whether it puts more usefulness I t. .

boxing and wrestling turna- is, in every aspect a thing worth doing into transformers I -
ments. Games with other schools or curling '

I have not been arranged as yet. : whether it concerns itself with irons or turbines docs not matter. .> !
O' The colleges, classes and fra- ;
i S tetnities of the campus will soon .' curling irons or converters, or any of The thing that counts: is the work, the "i

i be acting on the courts of the '. the thousands of products in between creative,. constructive service tha -is :

t tl l with athletic rackets field,up charging and balls the flying.victors : -' This is truly the day of the cngii going, on. for the lasting benefit of ..5IIlUnkind.

; I i Volley ball practice every Monday i neer. His judgments and his 'equip 1 .-'
I I and Wednesday from three to I
four o'clock. ,


I There are some who think that : WestinghouseACHIEVEMENT TWY

standards at the Engineering
1 College of the University of Flor- f

ida are not so high as the standards
'"''"""E*"!: "' rnrif vri F-UT TT fT BBHBBMBil ti m m jM3iLu--_
: to be found in other engineering -

I : colleges. That is a mistake OPPORTUNITY
s ct only will its graduates
ati( and undergraduates testify to this i
;'1 fact, bat large business firms are !'

.r *+ eom.r j u tJtc ,node! of FlorHa'4

.n nt'eTI. Among some of the i ,
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