The Florida alligator
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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 27, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Orange and blue
Succeeded by: Independent Florida alligator

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Atlanta, Ga., Feb. 3.
rank of second lieutenants, which
IS ANNOUNCED BATTALION MAJOR Opening thajr six-day road tIitt
gives the University of Florida with Georgia Tech last night, 'tUniversiyt .

I Battalio na total "ot fifty-three of Florida was ofci'-

-- commissioned Qfficers, ten holdingthe whelmingly defeated by a score ttf

HORACE WILSONMAJOR rank of captain or better. The 51-20. The Gator found thett

r BRYAN SECRETARY selves unable to with the fast
j J. I Battalion Major and officers cope
i Tech offence the
special orders apointing and assigning so game was t4
be considered one-sided affair
these men which was read a
AND throughout. A lead of 28-9 Hag
WHITE QUARTETTE the is as follows
I To Horace Wilson, member of by adjutant secured by Tech in the first half '

Headquarters and this lead was unehanfgnyl
I ,the Senior Class and the Collegeof
throughout the game, resulting baTech's
with an overflowmeeting I Agriculture, goes the highest Reserve Officers Training Corps
Beginning Engineering College, loyally sup- caging 23 points to 1-'ier.ida's -
in the Casino Burgoyne ported the cause. I honor which the staff of the Military University of Florida 11 in the last half. This fe

at Daytona last Monday after-Mr. Monday morning :Mr. White left : Department of the Universityhas GainesvilleJanuary the first game for Florida thff '
. noon. Hon. W. J.with Bryan the University I for Daytona, where thte Quartette to offer. Wilson, commonly 29, 1923. season, and is the hardest one twill qr t I

White together sang at the Casino Burgoyne in i known as "Pop," has been namedas be called upon to play, MDee
through a
Quartette went tookL I the afternoon. Mr. White and Major of the University R. O. Special Orders No. 11- the Tech aggregation b a .tr< *# .

;{ \.' campaign, which Colonel Bryan spoke. T. C. Battalion. He was appointed the authority one. .\
I the leading citiesof I 1. Pursuant to
to nine of which theo Tuesday at noon the entire I captain and acting- executive vested in the Professor of Military This radio service was secured

I Florida and during told of party was present at a luncheon officer at the opening;;; of the school t Science and Tactics by the Secretary -' through: the courtesy of tbs i
people of the need- given. by the Kiwanis Club at I year and has held the position of War and the President of "Technician for the Florida Alligator

the University's greatest Building. Bradentown, from there they went through all competition which has the University Florida, the following by the efforts of Todd, Daa-

j; the Student Activities fortunate Insecuring I to a mass meeting in the court- been offered Under Captain Van promotions, appointments can and the staff of The Alliga

Florida is indeed house. automobileto Fleet's late general order he was in the
Then back by and assignments are made (
Colonel Bryan ;
of 1
the help Under his Plant City for a mass meeting. appointed. Major Wilson's Cadet Battalion to take effect this .

,? this great work. chairmanof I Then to Tampa for luncheon and pointment is a popular one, for ap-1 date: tor.FRESHMEN

masterful leadership as Committee, I business ,session with the Tampa t has shown a judgment and To be Cadet Major: H. S. Wil CAGERS
the State Executive Committee, and a meet- tary bearing which make
r together with the co-operation working under ing at the First Presbyterian: I worthy of his honors. son.To be Catltt Executive Officer, HARD TO BEAT"Every
who are
those I
all church at eight o'clock that night. I
and in response to his I rank of Captain: Gilbert Curtis.To .
his direction I The cadet major, his adjutantand
Wednesday morning the party .
example, the movement be Cadet Adjutant; 1st Lieut.R. day, and in eve-ry war"
inspiring I four additional captains were
: for
I went by boat to St. Petersburg
Colonel Bryan B. Hoskins.
! will not fail. When charge 'a luncheon and a meeting with I II appointed at dress parade Wednesday the Freshmen Cagers are growing

; was asked to take active back the Executive Committee there. afternoon. Besides! these Company A" better, better, better; not so much

of the campaign he wired I I Then by automobile to Tarpon all seniors who were not already because they think so, but because

his acceptance at once. His educa-two Springs, Clearwater, and back to first lieutenants were so promotedand : To be additional Captain: A. J. the entire student body expect

thief interests in life are St. Petersburg for an eight o'clock all juniors were raised to the I Geiger. them to. Coach Joe Barchan hi
tion and religion, and when he I I service at the great Congregational I lo be 1st Lieut in command of using his magnetic personality in

was asked to engage in a work church. 1st Platoon: G. B. Stanley.To making the freshmen enjoy practice

such as this he said that nothing I be 1st Lieut. in command of and as the old saying goes;

could have ;pleased him more. He Thursday the party went to Sanford I ... + + + + + + + + + + + + + 2nd Platoon: E. B. Buabee. "practice makes perfect. Only
reachthe and on to Orlando for three i + + i
is untiring in his efforts to To be 1st Lieut.: Geo. 0. Cox. one week ago they displayed the4r
meetings, one in the park, wherea + SEMINOLE PICTURES + I
home to It Rambo
people and bring I To be 2nd Lituis: D. A. skill and team-work when they
the vital very large crowd was addressed.All t. + MUST BE IN BY MON4- H. B. -
hearts a realization K. K. Hansen, O. K. Davis, smothered out the fait CainfeT-
importance of this work. One the meetings were held before I + DAY NIGHT ++ Lee, E. E. Peoples, T. J. Geiger. ville quintet, and with the add- i

single day's work scheduled the large, enthusiastic audiencesa +
ional practice since that time, together
+ Pictures for all clubs, + 'B"To
past week included five different sign which augers well for the organizations Company with strengthening the

meetings, at which he spoke, and success of the campaign. + societies and ++ be additional Captain: J. O., weak place, there is no doubt that
+ fraternities must be mounted -
in order to be present at these Next week the campaign will be I any opposing team will always remember
the +
+ and turned in to Cox.To
meetings it was necessary to carried in to the lower East Coast I be 1st Lieut. in command of our rats. 4.
t + Staff not later than Monday +
travel one hundred and fifty miles I 'ection-t1iami, Fort Lauderdale, + night. The time was extended + 1st Platoon: E. Moore. True to form, Horse" Smith always -
by automobile before the day was Palm Beach and other East Coast + To be 1st Lieut. in command of succeeds in getting the jump
+ to this date on accountof
I over. cities. + delay in getting pictures + 2nd Platoon: F. M. Keller. from center, thus starting the playin

i }Ir. White, fully meeting expectations + back from the retoucher. But + t i To be 1st Lieuts.: G. F. Ferris, a creditable manner. Nor does

I was into the drive I + no further extension will be + A. T. Hollinrake. I Ed Jones ever fail to play hia forward -
body and soul and no sacrifice was I 2nd Lieuts. R. A. Sias, O.,
I To be : position in a way that con-
+ made, all pictures have +
too great for him to make. Herpoke ALL ARE ELIGIBLE I I +returned and the cardboardsmust + K. Weatherwax, R. C. Trimble, ,\',. sistently places him for receiving

at all the meetings and his I + be shipped off Tuesday + H. Keen, C. T. Davies, D. K. )IerI the tap from center. Equally a* t'

was the difficult task of laying be- + morning.. + rin, Chas. Giller. alert is Newton, who evades his
for the people the present situa- I IN + + i opponents i n order to help Jones

tion here on the campus and giv- I Company "C" advance the ball to within shooting
I + + + + + + + + + + + + +
ing an accurate statement of our I To be additional Captain: I. D. distance 0the goal. Both ef

need of the building we ask for. I : Williams.To these men are accurate and relia-
He spoke with telling effect and I i be 1st Lieut. in command of ble when it comes to regi trig:

the people did not fail to catch Permissible; 2nd Platoon: L. Fuller.To goal Certainly an important aposition

the spirit which inspired him. Electioneering ; HAVE SCHOOL OF I be 1st Lieut: C. E. Cook, is that of guard, and

Colonel Bryan made the statementthat But Don't Vote For W. M. Harrison, W. P. Ladd. these two positions are well han*

he did not know of any man To be 2nd Lieuts.: J. H. Mark- died by Dick Brown, Marshall and .

who was better fitted for the taskof Yourself.The i PHARMACY SOONWILL ham, H. C. Brown, H. A. Baker, Gel&tem. Many times they pro.* }

caring for the spiritual wel- I C. H. Summer fatal to an accurately aimed shot ;

fare of the students at the University ballot at the end of this by their opponents, and jest M E ,'
than Mr. White. column is for the express purpose I Company 'D" many tunes thtey are of great assistance

The m\ersity Quartette, composed of allowing the members of the I OPENING OF NEXT t in returning the ball toward I

..f Jimmie Melton, first student body the unparalleled SESSION. To be additional Captain: W. J. Uieir own goal. This constitutes

tenor; George Anderson, second privilege of designating the men Bullock.To an almost madrin e.ju
tenor Milton Yeats baritone and worthy of receiving be 1st Lieut in command of w.
; whom they think basketball team that we, asa
One of the greatest additions to .
Nat Mayo: called mentioned. In 1st Platoon: R. S. Dowdell.To would i
bass, was upon the honors any opp sing team,
the University of Florida duringthe be Lieuts.: D Hubbard
iu this >ajgn and thtey filled a order to give these men plenty of call "anfeftie." If anything
real m Upon tthem was there"'pot time for campaigning, a whole present or"a year is the establishment I E. M. Schabiager r, L. D. Stewart. should happen to any of thesemen -
College of Pharmacy Halt
.biVy!;: ,,f entertaining the week is allowed for filling out the i To be 2nd Lieut: K. B. able sofetitot aught be
I which is to be here at the W.
optsed ManteH R.
j J. C. Babson, G. A. ,
audiertt.r a !short time before ballots. Each man must sign his load in men tike Brumley Katz,
I beginning of the coming school J. A. Hudson -
S. ,
}fr. Whiu. and Colonel Bryan I to the ballot, since Dutch Scotten, L. Pomeroy Worly, Ploctraan, and several
name I year in September.. Two instruct I' H. Perry.
spoke J. C. Mathews 4
elicit saying
They failed overheard I
never to Cleef was other'
Van ,
ors to take charge of the subjectsof By order of Captain J. A. Van "
an enthusiastic response and were tl' that he would get in as the biggest t Pharmacy, Matena Medico, February -Jacksonville "Y.
Fleet. '
ready w'fa! both and instru- he writer's Lakeland A. C.
\< al eater even if got February 1 -
Pharmacology,and other branches J A. Atkinson Captain U. S. A., I
mental music which well box. The ballot Harea.
was reeved stuffing the February 17-Winter
I cramp i pertaining to pharmacy.Dr. .
Retired Adjutant.The
thr,.ugfaout the campaign. I box will be en the first floor of T. R. Leigh has been placedin other officers attacked to I February 2*-Jax GrwnhacksFebruary ,

Sunday morning }Ir. White went I Languare Hall, and will be locked charge of organization of the companies and net iariuded in 24-DovaJ High School
with the Quartette to MacintoshRhere can't remove
so Dutch's opponents i the new'ege and at present a I the above order are: Cadet Captain tentative). i 1
s&r : in the adherents. Th
w were held of his
the votes thorough canvass is being made Leo ){. Butler, in command of
Presbytia the church, and then in I motto of the campaign will be: t te secure the most efficient instructors I Company "A"; Cadet Captain Virgil paR "D"; Cadet Lieateiunt Harold -
held a mass meeting was ; "Trust no man; he may be a dark possible to take chargeof I :M. Bradshaw, in command of StaiwSeM, in charge of tH!
Which was well attended br j horseAll votes must be in by i
thce the respective pharmaceutical Company "B"; Cadet Captain first platoon of "C" Company; and
tnost interested in the de- P. }I. on Saturday. February I '
fiLOO Cobb,
** t I branches George A. Calhoun, in command Cadet Lieutenant Laurence
-paent this will be al- I,
school. At hour
In car: 10. An extra 1 It is the plan of those in charge of Company "C"; Cadet Captain IB eharge of the second platoon of"D"
etz"g ( o!d friend Bob Har- 1
1O'aTp, a a .'v graduate of the t (Continued on page eight) (Continued os Page 4) F-ark Paul in OTnmand of Corn- ("om any,


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__ -- to what is the matter withHe
greaaterdegree Say,
had beeirbuilt up a
e- + + + + + + + + ++ + + + .+ + + + + +, of efficiency than it had mu 1 Everything

lI t I + ever before attained under his ad- had water on the brain and JOS. J.

ministration.The it came to a boil. SEYg0
+ state has sustained a serious I II PHONEGAINESVILLE I0;

L i ;1! ', B. W. AMES + loss in the death of General Subscribe for the Alligator and raso
4i + Lovell.-Tampa Times. patronie Gator advertisers. I
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!4' '1: Frank Spain JII.I' Eagle |( 9:40 Sunday School, H. O. Enwahl, Teacher of Con
Chairman William Jennings
e- 1 I }' :Mr. and :Mrs. Frank I FOREXPERT t ti ?e
G. Spain, Bryan has named sixteen of j| Class.Preaching.
I'f rjf I !i Jr., of Moore Haven, are announcing Florida's to '
4' prominent men
J ; the arrival of a little son at serve on most the State Committee to i SERVICE I t 11:00 and 7:30. Epworth League 6:30.
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11 'l. their home, Sunday night January raise $250,000 for the new student -
I !!ti 21st. The little fellow has been Activities Building. Two of these I t If you call once you'll call Ij -------------

t: named Frank the Third. He is a men F. A. Hathaway, class of'02, again. II I j JOHNSON'S PHARMACY
; ", grandson of Dr. and Mrs. DePas" of jacksonville and Major W. R. I Next Door to Alachua Cafe J I j t Drugs, Medicines, Stationery, Toilet and Rubber GoiI

. t of this city,. and Mr. and Mrs. F. Thomas, class of '85, of Gaines- I! PALEY BOYD f l We guarantee personal attention to Prescript
J O. Spain of Jacksonville. Gainesville ville, are old Florida aumni. Some i ft t purest drugs used. Low prices. Quality "

,E; r friends will be pleased *o of- of the others, such as Judge Francis I iS I Gainesville, Florida.riirlr .
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j j fer congratulations.--Gainesville I B. Carter of Pensacola E. C. l---lf-sI -
I Sun. Duckworth of Orlando, J. B. McDonald i---------------

' 1. ;:''21-Louis J. Tatum has b-*n I of West Palm Beach, HOE S I iI J

Ca-i' Charles S. Wilson of Jacksonville

:: : as and Perry G. Wall of Tampa, have t Frames and Denison
a first lieutenant in the "o. S. I had sons or nephews and cousinsin H B. M. TENCH H !I f .

: t army. Lieut. Tatum stopped attendance at the University

over in Gainesville a few days I and are vitally interested. in its O Gainesville, 0 II, I Crepe
: jon his way to Panama, visiting welfare. I I
r '_ old friends. I Alumni-get behind these men
E Florida E
; :;:' (, '20-R. M. Westmoreland is in and support them. Hon. W. J. f

i-;;:. :t charge of spraying operations Bryan is worthy of your supportnow i!

; for the Mountain Lake Development as he has been many times S HOE 8Ie I I Norah Norton Novelties

,' r A? Co. at Lake Wales. in the past, the committee is I ,
y. worthy of your support: I j
; : 19-Norris K. Levis is now in
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and last of all, school is
r the Marine Insurance business your
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:$i in New York City. His address worthy of your support. Don'tlet

# t ; j is care Marsh and Lennan, 80 it be said that the alumni lit I Ii Ii

4 I : -,; Maiden Lane, New York City. this campaign fail.
4 I, ,. ;:: '22-Lee Work is athletic direc- However, this campaign is not COLSON STUDENT ROOMING HOU

t 't i tor and teacher of science and going to fail. Rather, do not let j

' ) a ; r .:J a. mathematics in Leon High it be said that the alumni failed !i Nice rooms twin beds large closets rules
f > in their support and to others is ,
Lee crack catcher
" was a -
f : on the Gator baseball squad due the credit.-.L-- I I I water in every room with shower baths ani>'

{ 1f. s and we expect to hear of him
} ; turning out a splendid baseball ANNOUNCEMENT FLA. U. BOYS- sleeping porches. Opposite Science Hall S
team from Leon High this
r,' j ;' spring. Pensacola, Florida, DICK STANLY, Agent, at Mrs. Ramsey .

'92-W. Wesley Smith has given The firm of Carter and Young i j
.'''r. up his former profession of announces that Mr. Francis B.
!! I I This is Your Store-
teaching and is now working in Carter, Jr., has on this day be-
f. of. the auditing department of the come a member of the firm. The I
r city of Jacksonville. Up till firm will be continued as hereto- Y o u' r Welcome
{ the time he I
quit teaching in
1 II
-j-: I 1918, Mr. Smith had been principal fore.Mr.: Carter graduated from the I UNIVERSITY MEN! .
of the schools
at Cocoa
University of Florida in the class here when in
f Dunellon, New Tampa -
Smyrna, Jack-
' } of 1915. We wish to extend to him '
sonville and Hastings at various
4 congratulations and ;all good
f d : times. Demand Value and style
: I -When d
you neeClothes
05-Arthur Joseph Shutan, formerly I
+ + + + + + + + +
I of Tallahassee, is now 1 j Society Brand Clothes
+ It is with deep regret that +
: \ practicing law in Chicago. Be- I
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.sides being a graduate from I + we hear of the news of the + we'll' be glad i Hanan Shoes, Manhattan Shirts, Knox Hats
+ news of the death of Brig-* I
it ; Florida, he received his L.L.B. :
4 I + adier General C. P. Love- Are featured lines in the Giddens Store.

1' .*.degree from Chicago Kent I I +.all, which occure'l at his + to serve you.
School in 1908.
f + home in St. Augustine, Friday > Mail Orders a Specialty. '
f : l 13. -P. C. O'Haver, who received + Jan. 26. General 4-

t this, master's degree at Florida + Lovell graduated from the +

{ after getting his A. B.' from + East Florida Seminary in 4-

M 'i 1 DePau University in 1911, is + the class of '87 and has + -..
f ;'l now principal of schools at + since been one of the most 4 WOLF BROTHERS 'y _

Hastings. prominent men in the state + >1'

'09-W. Martin is now: purchas- + in his untiring efforts in +

: ing agent at Jacksonville. While + her behalf. The Alligator +
: ". in school he was editor in chief + in behalf of the student body + Tampa

,of the Florida Pennant and has + and alumni, extends its deepest 4-
: < continued his literary work since + sympathy to his bereaved + HENRY GIDDENS CLOTHING CO
: graduation, being the author of + family.A +

j "United States in PanAmerican + + + + + + + + + ,
'i '20-Horace C. Gordon is practic- I <<' c S. ,', ,.<

ing law in Tampa. He refusesto We can offer no more fitting ___

give any further information tribute to the memory of General 1 I+ +
+ + +
as to his activities. Lovell than the following, which + + + + .I .

Bascom D. Barber i? now appeared in the Tampa Times: rrtfi

c working as a salesman for the The death of Adjutant-General WSififfiffiifiWffiffiffiffiifi $ '
Wilson C. P. Lovell will grieve
Toopner Ferti' z(r Co: a wide .
He was formerly an inspector. circle of friends, particularly \

'" 3 I for the State Plant Board till among the soldiery of the state. w MEET ME AT
1917. And the announcement will come

as a shock, as it was not gentr-
'IS-A. U. Beville is now practic-
ing law at Fort Myers, where ally known that General Lovell '
44-. he is also was ill. ndeed within the week I
municipal judge and
1 United States commissioner. l k&|3rs had {been, :received from 1 MILLER'S i

his many riends in Tampa telling \
: *Edward A. Bending, after
I of his purpose to attend the
having worked
'I at his profession
South Florida Fair with the Gov-
: as engineer in Arizona, ernor. | 7-I'.r We Are At Your Service :?
j I. rado and :Missouri, is now b
r ed in Columbus, Ohio. COlo.// General Lovell has devoted him- | No Place Like Home and Miller's
self to the duties of his office j !
4 and testing engineer
I with great earnestness, and the
the Middle West Utilities
SWMSBtn ! !
; military establishment of the state ! !
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Kappa EDGAR Alpha BUSBEE.Pop Dance. I POETS'A CORNER. :. ;;:-We' Invite College Men to See and Try On- Our :.
e 3fti' Last Saturday evening themembers 'Tis '. '. ,-, .' .. ',:
of Kappa Alpha Fraternity pleasant to be a dreamer, : c"- ._ ": ,
For the :: ; : : -
entertained at a pop dance at But dreams never die EDERHEIMER ;
dance at their attractive sail aboard a magic ship ;-I"- : .-'
" a pop on West University avenue. Where realms of fancy lie.: t .: v
rooms of the lower floor were "
opened en suite, and formed aspacious To sail right on through dreamland c-. *

Goe4a1t floor for dancing. ..
; A piano and an accordion furnuhed O'er clouds of snowy white, : 30 $35 $45 ..
sid a peppy music score. Re- Where a host of stars and planets '

consisted of fruit Seem to vie with one in flight.Oh -
freshments and wafers. to Specially designed for the straight, slim figures of Varsity men-tailored :

... punch to look as good in the showdown as they do in the showcase. Some .'
AH exams being over, there the pleasures of a dreamer, of the
I were a number of visiting girls I Just to dream one's life away : models have inverted-pleat backs that finish with a belt. :

present along with the local so- Shaping heavens fair illusive, Some have bellows shoulders; also belted. Some have patch pockets that ; ,
ciety contingent. Every one en- Building worlds from day to button through other
patch pockets are plain. Some are two button. Some
joyed the wonderul hospitality of day! '
are'lhree: button. Ii j',
the fraternity. t !
i Visiting girls were the Misses To sally forth in conquests, : All in all it's a showing that reveals the finest in fabrics and finished make- f::. !
Martha iMurphree, Elizabeth One's mind a phantom ship, K>anship. Extra value is, of course, to be expected. Oi i:, y
Hammergrin, Ada Hiers. VirginiaDale Guided by hallucinations t t' :
and Alice Mann of F. S. C. Into vision's slip.on ;
vistas .
Super-Fine Ederheimer-Stein Suits at Fifty and SixtyDollars: I j :
others. -
W., and : o e. I f', '
i Out the orbs of nothingness, ;:
Jif. Club Addressed By Professor In ecstacy to glide; i" EVERYTHING MEN AND BOYS WEAR r. jj
I j ;
McCIain. Ever sailing, skimming, soaring ; ; t
Live stock and alligators were 1 I til. :
Battling 'gainst the other tide. .
the topics for discussion as Ag. :
-W. J. Wells, Jr. Porter :
Club Monday night, and a full fir

SBad house took advantage of this op- .
hear of the good A Loyal Flunk. t '.
portunity to one -

n Ag. Club programs.H. Well, fellow'a friends" I'm now I ;. Clothing Co. I fHJ :!'
shippin' ,
E. Hammer told of the art of -, : .... <,
tanning alligator skins and pre- Because you see, my grades are ; :
i-iII If
low, ::
the market. Mr.
paring them for ,__ >
Se Hammer's talk showed that he I Although it grieves me to be slip- : r -i-iJACKSOXYILI..E, CORNER BAY AND LAURA i.1: : f'J'f'S"f"
was well versed on the subject.He
passed around for the club's From the school that I love so. !

inspection several pieces which he <
himself had prepared.The And please don't think' that I'm a : }- fr f/"
greater part of the eveningwas quitter : r tif'
I It's not that that I must
taken by an illustratedtalk way
on live up stock by Prof. J. A. leave, ................................ +..4.:.:0.:.:.=.:+:.: liIfl

McCIain formerly professor of For many are my tears-and bitter -

dairying in Massachusetts Ag- ; i
ricultural College. Prof. McCIain And more than you from this I I3

is now connected with the Quaker grieve.To Ifl: f fj
Oats Company and is sent over the

country by the company encour- games and sport my time, I've j iIJ i-
aging the growing of pure bred given;

live stock and the proper feedingof And to my texts a price I've J
them. I paid, ;;

But I must lose, though hard I've i
Prof. McClain made a short I
talk telling the value of dairyingto l 1 I striven HOSE tough'l''l i
of hardness
For all aren't born to make the T. qualities ,
a country and telling the placeof
dairying in the agriculture of | grade. ness and density that make up the I I

importance of growing pure bred t inherent durability in vitrified brick "
the state. He next stressed the It's not the school nor the pro- :

m t stock He said that to be success- fessor are found present in all brick surfaces,

ful a person must practice breedi I{i That I am flunked and put to whether the pavement be of simple or
shame 'j
ing, weeding and feeding. I| ;
Prof. McCIain then showed the ri I' But I'm the one a meek transgressor complex design. There is a brick pavement j

dub three reels of prize winning i design to fit the local soil conditions ;
i shirk the blame.So !
cattle of the United States. Mr. I I'm not a cur to ;
McCIain is well versed in livestock I traffic needs or financial limita-j 11'

he has attended many of t when I'm gone just please re- tions of any community.
the leading live stock fairs at member "
which I That I'm for FLORIDA staunchand VITRIFIED'
time he as been one of the ,I i.
official judges.I'rogram true;
1 And when the call comes next

for Ag. Club Monday, September,
February 5. I I'll "heat my irons" again with DC.I

Debate Resolved, That the you.
French Government Is Justified in -L. T. P.
Occupying the Ruhr Valley.

Affirmative. G. McLendon, PAVEMENTS
M A, Brooker.

Birlatk.Negative-W. J. Crowley, B. F. The What' cock's Ho! crow; whether of simple design (on a naturals

Jesse James and His Gang Twelve slow bells drift thru their i1 foundation) or of complex designon

H C. Sharpley. And ;I pause to listen to their ( increasingly thick and heavy arti-

Impromptu Witticisms-E. L. Matthews. weird chime ficial bases as needed) all possess this F
Talks. ask for
And pain gaze and on time thexts- that unequalled surface durability. It is p'i.k

COMING: SOCIAL EVENTS. I must sleep, the dawn is nar.L. this durability of each unit in the surface -

Theta C' Fraternity Dance, T. that makes brick pavements last '
Womt.'u's iu\ 15. For- .
mul so long and cost so little for annual

Alpha T i Omega Annual Valentine The between following Buck is a conversationheard CarltoB and maintenance and repair _t
Bali, White Hone, February -
16. formal. Shorty Sparkman. I dreamed
Sigma Alpha Epsilon Annual about you last night.That's -
What hap-
Founder Day| ball, Women interesting. MANUFACTURERS ASSOCIATION
pened? -
March 17. Formal
I was up in Heaven and St. -
Sigma Alpha Epsilon Founders' Cleveland Ohio
Peter said to me "Shorty, you ,
Day 18. Banquet, White Howe. March climb UP these,marble stairs and

3 at the top you will find a box of
Scabbard and Blade Annual chalk. Take a pig, come down, R .
Dance, March 29. and write all your sins on the last Q" ie -
Kappa Sigma Fraternity Second step. "When I came down I saw :-,;
Annual Installation Ball WomI I you on the bottom step and *taitir -
{' i\ Club, March 36. Formal I ; up. I asked you where you
Kappa Sig 0.4 Paisart' Saturday were going "Oh just
afternoon March 31. Kappa I up to get another piece of chalk,"
ciea IIn"l'i said Buck.

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f. FLORIDA ALLIG-\.ron _- -
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() UNIVERSITY--- ---- --WILL I f According to Dr. Irving-men do !( LARGE SQUAD OI I

; THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR HAVE SCHOOL OFPHARMACY .( not always have the right concep- |

SOON ''tions of sacrifice. Some consider FOR .

(Continued from Pace 1) 'II'going to church a sacrifice, others i i SWIM

i! &tered as second class matter, September 29, 1912, at the Post. to establish the College of Pharmacy Think that the gift of a few dol- I _

i' ; ffice at Gainesville, Florida, under the acts of March 3, 1879. on the same high plane on lars l to feed starving Europeans is j I I Big plans are being
:i.i i. which the other colleges of the a great sacrifice. 5
.' University are established. The I As an example of real sacrifice, 'I a successful season_ in the,

1 /i i FREDERIC H. LANG'VORTH Y ...----------..----Editor-in-Chief course offered will be equal to the I'he told the story of the soldier sports at the University: I
At present it to hurl bombs dates for the swimming
best in the country. whose duty was fc..
.. __Managing EdItor
d -------------------------- -- --------- plans are under way whereby the I at the enemy. Accidentally, he ing been hard at workweek tie

HUBERT WEEKS ---.---AssistantIanagmg Editor new college may expect equip- let one drop to the ground, then at Frieze's pond
F Fay

R. A. CARLTON -.u't.----.-. -.....----....---.--__ or ment in the way of apparatus and I, realizing that the bomb would destroy 'I caliber of the work being_
: : 7.; I material equal to any in the South. : the lives of his comrades, he _

I i th, \V- OVERSTREET. .-...----------------......---..Asst- Sporting Editor The establishment of such a",,i I y,fell upon it. Thus, by the sacrifice by the men in the practices \1p "t

VV. RUSSELL KING ___________________________________m_:Make-up EditorJoke school will meet the demand that 'f of his own life, he saved the date the chances for anotherner bu.

J, 1 K. K. HANSEN _..___._..._._.-_..___-___.-__-.-_______________________ Editor I has long been keenly estimated felt in Flor-that I' lives of his trenchmates."Our year in this branch of J 1
'' ida, for it has been parents have sacrificed that are very bright."Commodore".

J. F. BLATT .......____...________....___..__.._.__.__________ ..Asst. Joke EditorFRANK I!I each year 100 young men leave the I we may have the opportunities of Jlurdock!! g ,

;:. ELMORE, EDGAR BUSBEE _________..__.____Society EditorsB I I state to attend schools that offera a college education," declared the who has been acting as chief I
.. in pharmacy. With the I
W., AMES -------..________..____________________--________.'Alumni Editorri : coming course of such a college at the ''to speaker. "Let us prove eralissimo of the Gator axe
I be men and make use of our requests that all
I- WILLIAM\ G. PARMENTER _________.._.:._.__.___Asst. Alumni Editor'! University of Florida, the demand great advantages." I the men intet da
swimming teams

j N. D. St. JOHN ___.___....._...._______....._._.__.......__________.Exchange Editor will be met. One of the greatest qualities of the practices, which will report l fa
i h i For a time, the College of Phar- manhood is disregard for the loop- bet
'J VIRGIL M. BRADSHAW .. .. Military Editor 1 will Science Hall : every day from now on,
-------- --- --- -- ---------------- macy occupy char- t tk
I :hole of escape from duty weathter permitting.
Reporters: J. W. Usher, Don C. Booth, C D. Keen, G. A. Martell), jointly with the Chemistry D- acterized by the excuse. The Along with the
: i'a J. D. Sibert, T. H. Parham, Sam Cornwall, Wallace; Shafer. partments, but it is expected that speaker expressed these signifi- of water sports last general mm
in the near future an apropriate year a 1&
ft cant words: "There is no excuse interest is
f t building will be ere ted to house being takes inactivity i!
deat relieve
{ except hto a man
i q HORACE WILSON .._uu...___......___..______ ______..____Business Manager both these departments. from fulfilling his duty." and the team of this yn '
i will surpass any aggregation
l D. A. RAMBO ......_......_-__..._.______...._Assistant Business -Manager I Dr. Irving urged all University water splashers ever gotten to.I .
: MR. GEORGE IRVING i men to be faithful to duty to sacrifice gether at the University. Ms
f i if need be, and to be men, I
i A TRADITION UNHEEDED.The 'f ger S. T. Klein is hard at won q
ADDRESSED THE !walking in comradeship with the I a schedule that will] far ,
University of Florida has not many traditions, but the Lord. anything
I t i pass ever undertaker: ir
;'t lew which we have are sacred and inviolable. The oldest, and II Florida swimmers in the y"11 I
STUDENT BODYLast I I believe that the stude who said I
what is probably the most unique of all is our custom of speakingto I 1 i he was never late to a nine o'clockwas meets gone by.with It will call for da
I one and possibly\ tv
one another at all times and under all conditions. Unfortunately a janitor. other colleges besides *
a road taf
Thursday's Chapel was
however, many of the University's youngest and newest memI tended by more than the at-j I down the west coast of Plonk

I, ; a bers have not been impressed with the importance of this unwrit- number of students as notice had I FOR RENT I (Continued on Page 1))

ten law as yet.; Not that it is deliberately unheeded; we know been previously given that a great E 1 Nice quiet rooms in same + + + + + + 'F + + + tff
speaker would be present to ad- :I + + + + + + + + ffff 4
that this is due to some extent to the fact that the custom is not I block as the College Inn.
dress the
University men. Patronize Gator
} emphasized as much as other customs are, or to the forgetfulness attending were not disappointed in I 129 College Park Ave.
of men whose thoughts are often concentrated 4.4d.4F + F4.4. ... t
their work their
for had
upon expectations, they ff .. ,
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in the classrooms. Yet tradition speaks with authority, and must the pleasure of hearing Dr. George

; be heeded. The custom is for every one to sneak to Irving, one of the most prominent'T"
-j: ;jlse, always, and as in any organization, the youngest must speak men in the world and an SUMMER WORK: FOR COLLEGE

j ;! irst, just in the associate of John R. Mott. STUDENTSStudents
as military service of
t our country. the officer of Dr. Irving spoke about the three

ower rank salutes his superior first. This is merely tradition or cardinal obligations of a man- to distribute Religious Literature. Opportunity to

custom. It is assuredly not a law perpetrated duty, sacrifice and of make Ten Dollars
by upper classmen scorn ex- per day. Full or spare time. Arrange for

"' j to make the freshman and sophomore feel his inferiority. We cuses.As. I summer position with definite guarantee NOW. No capitalor
} } are all here an example of duty, he told I
men ; we are men first Americans
second; Florida' of experience necessar Can also travel and appoint local
lads third a great missionary, David
; freshmen or seniors last, and all petty glory, all tem- Livingstone, who died at his post I representatives if desired. AddressUNIVERSITY
porary majesty all ideas
I of eminence
are nothing more than of duty in tropical Africa. So, as i BIBLE HOUSE

floating impurities left when the metal of manhood is melted i in real men, we should fulfill our obligations : College Department

r the crucible of loyalty and molded into pillars of achievement. to ourselves and to 1006-1016 Arch Street
a The world's others. Philadelphia] Pa.
( greatest family is
humanity and
its most prized .
r attribute .
is friendliness.
; Every man on this campus is brother
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j'! i: to heart those, until he meets we reach here the, and end we of march our four-year hand in journey.hand, heart After to *-- ................+....... ....... ........0 1

that we are closer still, for the f of Florida 1
I I and her traditions, lives in us yet. Therefore let dreams I .
t us not become When in
even mildly indifferent to her greatest tradition while we are here itI Jacksonville

lest when we go out into the world's fields
we Will have forgotten
the simple but important lesson ".
ofcourtesy which this
gives us. Walk with your head up, and meet your fellow student Visita

i r k with the smile of a comrade and the cheery greeting of a pal. It's !
i 7 a duty, an act of
i respect from man to man, a quiet but emphatic .
t to ;your own disposition and spirit.
are all
unknown -
to yourself, judged by it, for the men of this college notice i Furchgotl's '

:' to that your before fellowman anything and else. Hence, in addition to its being a duty men S store r

your alma mater, you owe it to yourself if 0
you want the
N full-hearted comradeship of your classmates. Need .
a anything further be said? 1


\;;. A THE FABLE OF FINAL EXAMS. : Where looking incurs no obligation to buy 1

t green worm who lived in a certain grapevine had been '
'f working for several :
storing up a specified amount of food.
He had toiled valiantly during this time and when he had finished :.

was quite tired. "I'm glad that is done," he said to himself. "Now I .' --
I have
nothing to worry me for quite a while. It will last for BZ

; long time and meanwhile I can go to sleep. So he covered himself a- Main, Bay and Forsyth Sts.
4 with a coat and
slept. But there was an ant who lived be
; ; neath the vine who t
was busy every day storing Convenient
like the up the food. Un- Corners"clothing
worm; he did not
try to gather
few up a great amount in a ':
days and thus be
afterward. He + !
continued his -
daily labor contentedly,; not pausing to fall into slumber. '- furnishings :

tel I.1 '1 ter. Now came a day when both ant and worm faced a hard win- .,. .
The '
ant was unconcerned, for in his : .
-ti i saved plenty to bear him daily labors he had -everything for the .
'I and the winter held
: r no terrors
But .

worm awoke from
't his
slumbers in a panic. "Winter is college .
s here!" he manAll
cried, "and I have .
no food! What '
can I do? Then he '.
c "R noticed that the ant had plenty, and e
1 straightway begged him for 7 .
some. "I I
,j can not, replied the ant, "For under the Honor System .
it is forbidden. Mail OrdersFilled .
Why did '
you do
your daily work as I I .
then 1
:you would also have .
food already stored : and
time. for this anxious Forwarded .
t I am sorroy, but the time for .
just before the battle." So saying he every day, not 0- R S i ? A } on the
went his
1 i' winter way: passed the .
had turned safely to and emerged safe and strong, while the worm, who Day They AreReceived ..
butterfly .
his long sleep
i tried to fly .
with away
}1 more.his ;young wings, but fell by: the wayside and was seen no ..

:11 "Go to the ant thou .
sluggard. .
} wise." Consider her ways and be t it


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all students -r--T-----
-10_tit been announced by track ; one meet with the
has The
t It H. Atkinson that inflation University of Georgia, or Univer- results of the play to date GATORS
es toad1 J. an I sity of South Carolina are as follows: TRAINING WITH FRESHMAN
tP tt has been received to enter April 16; Freshmen
Varsity Tech Singles: Line defeated

1e Jf'PI} a freshman. relay team with the J Moines, Iowa, April University 27, 28; S., I.Des C. Bischop, 6-4, 6-2; Jones, 6-0-, TEAM IN PREPARATION FOR TECH
University at Des :Moines,
!)rake Champions and Thomson
i at Montgomery 6-4, 4-6, 6-4.
26 and
April 27. No
8thId Iowa on I bama, May 4, 5; and meet for Connor defeated Cason, 6-2, o-2.
definite acceptance has been made I I Thomson Owing to Stetson's unexpected the approaching
ef1ltI Freshmen track team defeated Davidson, 6-2, road 'trip it
b1rt it is to be hoped that an I; and Fort Lauderdale in vs.Jackson-Duval 6-1; and Connor, 6-2, 6-2. In bot- cancellation of the basketball watched with more than usual b.- 1
can be made if sufficient tom game scheduled here for last Saturday terest.
i iltlY ville. Newton, Connell and half: Cleveland defeated IWith .
is made by freshmen athletes i Middlekauff night, Coach Kline's varsity this ;
<< o'cing will also enter Turner, 6-0, 6-2. Plockleman defeated "subsequent develop-
hea. the approaching intercollegiate special basket ringers were forced to see
in ment,
events Behrens, 6-0 new ::stars have
.. at relay races.INTERCLASS. 6-0; Cleve- appeared :
. tit and inter-class events. 1 land, 8-6, 4-6, 6-0; and Berlack, week-end pass withoutany in the forms of Clyde Norton -
Last year's State High School 6-0, 6-0. Berlack defeated Turbyfill marked action before they and Byron Eddy. Norton at
reT ra) feet was featured by the breakingof ; meet Ga. Tech, altho efforts .
were guard, who
TENNIS 6-3; and Herrick, 6-0, 6-1. startled the school
t1 numerous records, which indicates Herrick defeated Flood, 755., made to secure a game with Jack- with his stellar performance ia at
$ t1, that the meet was by far the Line won Freshman Championship sonville Y. M. C. A. to fill the Stet- similar position in football has
I", that has ever been staged TOURNAMENTClass son date. This failure
fastest from Plockleman, 5-1, 6-3, 6-3. to secure a turned out for the basket game '
lere. Many of the athletes who i iI I I Sophomore Singles: Crawford game was sorely felt by both the sine examinations, and has made
cQr contributed to the success of this coach and players;as the
; defeated :Mason, 6-0, 6-2; Webster, road trip the goals few from his territory. 1'
meet are to be found in this year's Champs Are Decided; 6-0, 6-0; Smith, 6-1, 6-2; and which will be staged next week I Byron Eddy, a former Ttesrir i
.r. freshman class, and their i Xo Double Are and which will be the longest
response Plajfcd Hensley, 6-4, 6-4. Webster de- and star, and who also was not pJ"ei.- '
sesy to first call for practice this sea- I Yet. feated Houser, 4-6, 6-2, 6-4. H.M. hardest trip the varsity has ever I ent at the season's opening, bas F f
:!! wn indicates that they are out to i l Smith defeated Loewenkopf, experienced, will require a team been displaying a first class gaze
)!P.Ji increase their laurels: already at j During the past week, some excellent 6-3. 6-1 and Towles, 6-4, 6-1. In with a large amount of skill and ; of ball at forward for the last two 4

tained. |i matches were staged in the ; bottom half: Bowen defeated J. experience against other teams. weeks. He is speedy, coven tie' <

1 torte Among these and others who 'I'j singles events in the Int >r-Class C. Houser, 6-3, 6-2. Hensley defeated However, this loss has been court well, and has the uncanny

Itip, bring the freshman track squadup I( tennis tournament. The entry lIst Edwards, 6-2 6-3; and largely Coach filled by the presence of knack of always getting into the g ;:
- to a full score are: Nolte (captain ."! included some fifty players; ali Bowen, 6-4, 6-1. Joe Barchan's freshmen open for a pass.
of Duval track team last four classes being represented. Senior Singles: Houser defeated team, which has been dealing the *'Ark" Newton,. whose performance ,'c -

. year), low hurdles, 410Iiddle : The finals in singles will be Leland, 4-6, 6-2, 6-2. Fnssell defeated varsity some stiff opposition for in the Rollins game was oe
tt kanff, javelin and shot put; Ma- i played off some time nex w ?k.f' Mahannah, 4-6, 6-3, 6-0; the last week. These freshmen, of much comment, is showing decided h
gill, pole vault, 440 and 880; Crawford, the Sophomore champion and Houser, 6-0, 7-5. altho not to be watched with the improvement in his shU.
: f' I keen :
Elitch 440 and 100; Marshall, pole defeated Fussell, the senior Junior Singles: Pomeroy defeated precision of a rival college His main specialty being lid = t
rant Rose, 440 champion in I tram, are capable of giving their shot, and the
6."f, ; ; Ughtsey, high 1 ave y interesting Simpson for Junior Cham- longer tohe better
hurdles; Jones, high hurdles; match Saturday by the score: pionship, 6-1, 6-4. larger brothers a hard game it seems. .'
.... Johnson, pole vault; King, 440; j 6-2. 10-8, 6-1. Crawford now has Sophomore Doubles: Heasley been The varsity development has At the forward positions will be Y

Randall, 440; Poe 440; Morris, to play the winner of the Junior- and Brown defeated :Mason and regular and continued since found Manager Chec Byrd, Captain 1p t
SSO; Wyatt, 1 mile and 2 mile; Freshman singles match for the Washburn, 61, 6-2. the Rollins game two weeks ago, Roland MOM, and K. B. HaiLThis
Gflroy 440 and 880; Booth, 880; I' inter-class singles championship. Freshman Doubles: Thomsonand and now presents a defense thatI'I trio are furnishing what appears
3 Porter, pole vault; Sawyer, broada The doubles will be played off next Line defeated Connor and will afford a considerable barrier to be the best scoring cam- }

r d high jumps; Boney, 880; Mile, + week also. Shimes, 6-3, 62. to the the South aspirations of any team in I bination that Coach Kline has eva '
4W: Basch, 1 mile and 2 mile; I and their success on developed at Florida

1l Davis J, \., 440; Crane, high hurdle tU" ; 'J
: Cornwall, 440 and 880; Beers, i -
1 mile; and Ashby, Hill. Farland, { WON'T YOU @

Paraenter and Brown have notbeen ATHLETIC SUPPLIES
scheduled with a class. HAVATAMPAMILD :,h

I The Varsity track prospects: are ",x f '

Jin no wise dimmed by the large i HAVANACIGAR QUALITY SERVICE :!
squad of freshmen material, or by ,- ;
i their flattering invitation i '
to journey f Ji
to Des Moines, Ia. With three ELI WITT CIGAR CO. r BAIRD HARDWARE CO.
oct of five of the letter men from !
. last year back indications are very : Distributors
i favorable for improvement in the 1 i Tampa Miami Jacksonville I Phone 7 d r

. varsity showing at the S. I. A. A.,

. S."I. C. and A. A U meets j i .. t .jl
f t Oneal Cox of SSO yard fame, I
. t will captain,the team his year, I ."".............+"........ I

0 ; aid with such assistants from last R. O. T. C. POST EXCHANGE '
? year as "Ark" Newton, S. I. A. ", ,.
0i .
0p broad jump champion, and : 0I Co-Operative .
p yard man, and Rolf Buckley, A.1'. + : ,I'
1 won second place at A. A. U. 1:f i

'p in Atlanta, should prove a good Military and Athletic Goods ..
il a Specialty
Goods -
'". foundation! for another successfulteam. f'I Sporting sll ;

. Others who were members of Rear of Engineering Bldg. -
. last j ear's squad and who give exceptionally .
. good promise for this Fellows, we're newcomers among Gator advertisers, but from now i .f.fi i
1 for all Gator activities, especially in ....,
year are: King 1 mile and 2 0 on we'll be in here Strong I
.ile; Rambo, low hurdles; Connell the pPorts line. I

|I high hurdles; Crown, 440; .jJ
,I [ Case. 220 and 440; Dickey, 440 and When you need a rood track shoe, gym suit, basketball, base- I

; SSOt Pomeroy, 440; Petteway, ball, tennis, or golf supplies, let us know. We carry the standard .j
broad jump; Mounts, 1 mile; Todd, 4 brands. ARE YOU GOING WITH THE SAME

440: Hoskins 440; and Davis, .
J0I You Tampa Alumni .Remember us when you buy athletic t .
and fine stock of fishing tackle. J FRIENDS?
I The schedule of the various goods. We carry a complete line a 9I

I meets which are being arranged : ,fl
I for by Dr. R. G. Manchester and Then they have seen all your shirts and ties We've -

| Coach J. H. Atkinson, and in which Sportsmen Supply Company : I
some new shirts that are pictures.
Why not
both the freshmen and varsity will + surprise ;

**SaSe is announced as follows: ..>: TAMPA,FLORIDA +1 1 your friends with a new reel?
Freshmen in .
cross-country meet PoetoffieeV
Phone 3417 Opposite
Jacksonville, March 24; Inter- I 618 Florida Ae. i !

lau meet, March 5; Pentaloonall t
champions). March 12; .
later-college meet, March 19;- .. .1, ::1

Handicap meet. March 26, open to .. M,

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: : ATROCITIES 10,000. -- Guaranteed Service and Courtesy is our Motto

:.I You may take for granted that J. C. PREY ATT, Prop.

... + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + he has knocked the exam for a -------- -
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;ji I .I:';t I cans" and various other .._--- --------- ,
I !:. and rows and styles of passing up an 1 r
I t i The Seven Graces of Woman field Young and Swift aId exam. But this-most considerate t I BOOK
I 'I : (Classic Version) White Miller Parker Ketcham and Robbins Cole- reader, is only the bright side. Lot I
17 :3. Wit describe type number two. ,
I and Asche Turner, Roller, and me Basement Language Hall\
I.t 2. Beauty. man Hood and At 12:30, or slightly before, he t _
j Hugg Little,
t.: t 3. Modesty. slowly lays his exam paper on the ...
:t f 4. Poise Schuh. desk with a despairing sigh, departs 1 r ;. ,-.... .: .
7 rt' ,;.p 3. Charity NUT UP to FORM _., ..-. silently from the roomwith j
.h i
.'t.; i'1'1 l' w-&. Good humor Clerk-Just a minute, young the tread of a conquered 1 I New Lin eof University Jewelry and Stationery, Lara
I p f Love of Woman man. Just step this way and I'll Napolean and an expression upon \j t this

j i ;n Tfc Seven DisGraces Version) show you the real thing in men's countenance of a Christian I t Assortment of Pennants, Freshman Caps, Memory .
t l ((1922 hose. martyr. He goes forth into the

'L .i. :. 1. Flapper line Senior-You're all wrong-the open air with the manner of one t t Books, Etc.
l' L Make up real thing doesn't come in men's who has breathed his last and is j

;j I i.f 3. Her clothes hose.Exchange.OFF on his way to the final reckoning ----------------
-: 'i 4:: Excitement. Eating by this-Gentle reader, you

; ; : 5.Gossip COLOR may know that he fs one of the 1 --------------
;1 1!: Jt;(
i L. ;t 7. Petting look like Helen Black?" CAMPUS ESSAY t Greenleaf & Crosby Company
.r d
it 1'- "I wouldn't call that dresss Brave but forlorn company of

: : Proud father showing painting black.-Virginia Reel.CARFARE. the FlunkedB.. l
r 1'j;::' .1; of sunset by his daughter: You

t -' ;,r.. Snow my daughter Betty studied Diary of Abe :Martin, Jr.. t t"Th'
i. );. j :abroad." For hours they had been together Florida
j i"'; .d'' Guess: I suppose that explains on her front porch. The moon did
only way y' get some
; why I never recognized the sunset! cast its tender gleam down on the
;:'\ folks t' show the' proper! !'pitit is j
.. ;rfl'i';,); never saw one like that in this young and hadsome couple who t' offer 'em ten a 'pint," sez 1 Medals, Class Rings and Pins. Commit
:. ,fE*J i ao lint ry'r -." sat strangely far apart. He sighedShe '
Goodrich t of
j t:' Acres. Snalm' o likker, tees in search loving cups or trophies,
sighed. Finally."I old Hen Roost sed yestiddy he'd
t. Sign in theatre-"Next scene- wish I had money, dear," he he't' quit drinkin' hls; hero agricultural j 1 suitable for Golf, Tennis or other athletic

-y. two years later." said. "I'd travel." will find it matter to
: : her pizen. Hen sez the last t an easy
j r :- Impulsively, she slipped I batch was so new he cud still taste j Ohoose from selection packages which
L we
his rising swiftlyshe
t f. Y Say! Have you ever heard of hand into ; then, the plowshare. 1 1I
:: t j '' Shorty's evperience with a New sped into the house. will gladly send upon approval.

i !1 # '; I York elevated conductor. You Aghast she looked at his hand. I OUTLINES I !

t ;, :a' hn n"t. Well, here it is. The whole In his palm lay a nickel. I (You Know the Kind) i I. ____ ___ ____4 _.

'''': thin started when a certain FLAPPER ECONOMICS Agnes.
j lady heard that a certain Overhead expense-hairnets.
; young; Pretty girl. She wears automobiles -
.';i t: I College was sending a real foot Upkeep- ts.Iprovement and rides in red sweaters. -

,. t): bail team up north to have a taxes-powder, Her speed is fifty miles an Pillow Cases
;j personal combat with Harvard. rouge ets.Internal. hour and law studes from Tampa. Bedding, ,

After scanning the personel of revenue-malted milks. Her supply of talk far exceeds the Sheets Blankets

and picture of the team she picked Protective tariff-cold cream. demand. She is kind, of course; ,

She most outstanding man on the but kind of course. She looks her
.. Confessions of a CrepehangerI RIBBONS RIBBON NOVELTIES
i, lea mand wrote him a letter. By prettiest after much, when she I -
I """ i
1' ,. personal request we will omit the believe MADE TO SPECIAL ORDER
t' don't that half the persons comes out picking her teeth with
I, substance of the letter. The facts that are kicking about the three toothpicks.Man .
i ; if Ute case are that on a certaain
; library service ever tried to geta
\ morning Shorty was seen We Keep Everything for Your RoomGAINESVILLE.FLORIOA
I 'i book there in their life. playing the part of waiterin
h ascending! the steps of the Times a play is supposed to enter and

_..' Square elevated. Needless to say I I believe that if the treasurersof say, "The carriage awaits, sir. 1
that in his pocket was a certain Campus organizations paid When the play comes off and his bn tJJ

a \- Houston street address. their own dues instead of squawking cue comes he becomes confusedand Qualj i iSefce --I/

I '- Accustomed to the courteoous so much there would be a rushes on the stage saying, I Jir/

I i J attention of the southern street comfortable surplus in the treas- "Land sakes. the buggy's outside." I I
.J 1 ear conductor. Shorty ury.
:, man at the door of the train ----------

1'1'i 1 1 and asked to be let off at Houston I believe that the stude who said Auerbach's Fine Candies t I It

-i street. "Keep your ears peeled he was never late to a nine o'clockwas t lOc
and jump when I yell," admonish- a janitor.I .
: f f .: .
t I ,: %grasping a strap with one hand and believe that compulsary t & CO.oo.towoew. I ELECTRIC SHOE REPAIR COMPANY
; and holding off an umbrella chapel attendance would be a ... -.
( i j feather with the other. good thing-after the Class of1923 -_ ___ 1 I I SHOES REPAIRED WHILE YOU WAIT

i Shorty parked his feet where he gets out of this place.I .
.1 could and listened attentively.The I __ ; J. S. BODIFORD i
: f l down. "Bluggle and j jI I SERVICE AND QUALITY OUR MOTTO
; ; train slowed believe that cigarettes are I t
i TEffle bluck" snapped. out the con harmful-before breakfast. t I COMPANYDruggists I

;: i f ductor. Shorty rushed for the door. I t I t J STUDENT REPRESENTATIVE-H. WINTER, ROOM
," No, the : Phone 32
t t. "Did you say Houston street I believe young men I!
simp. Where did you of the present day do not
t you poor pay -----_____ i
t. :learn English?" Shorty retreated enough attention to the old folks.

t t j rapidly. The train slowed down. If some of the cake eaters around Sanitary: Cleaning & it I II
J again. Blurry eluf buf," called the here would talk to the fathers and

"Bondoctor. This was surely Houston mothers for a while toe rest of us t Pressing Club ...............................
E street and our hero made a would have more chances to talk I
Tine plunge" for the door. "Is this to the daughters.GeorgeWhich. t Opposite Star Garage I III % GOODS
Houston street now?" he inquired. 0 Football TenniS
t -Sa} bo when I say one hundredand t r shall I call II 0I LET US CLEAN 'EM: t tIt |
forty-second street I don't for you in tomorrow, the sport or I Hardware of All Kinds

street." Shorty15acted the coupe? $ SEE US
Houston .
PS t It I Dyeing and Pressing Also I -
away. The nerve and cou- Gertrude-The sport car. Ialways I .

Y rage that had beaten down many get cold so much quickerin I I Phone 675 : THE THOMAS COMPANY

'' opposing centers could not bring that.-Brown( Jug.) .I
---------- Phone 22
agRin. .'
him to face that
I Streets were called out again and A CAMPUS: ESSAY WEST SIDE OF SQUARE

again but his nerve was pone. Examinattion time! The time r-SM 9NO
{ Mfter riding for nearly thirty when campuses nights are quiet, fWS-ll ...40OOAD4Oa04...040.

t Yniasfes he heard a sound that lcwa a quiet fraught with a meaning, Ii
ssatisfi l meant Houaton St midnight oiil burns, burns by the -

Tvltaoott qaeatl*.Miimr the onfwc- gallon. Seniors and Rat alike 1475HI,
I %*' be dive\ out of the dor when wear that dreaded, hunted look STYLEALL may'

ifc TWS ops: *1. The tr.iin tht:+n3er:1 of those about to pass on into BIGGEST MANUFACTURING t

: ** away ard ho glanced confidently oblivion of a three hour exam. At I'I SENSATION SINCE THE THE
at the sta-::Hot sisrn. 'JSquare" 9 a. m. there can be seen slinking t WARNot I
Fen : a cheap imitation
has not but the ,
and Shoi'y across the hastening 1.
campus. highest grade shies on the I''i ,..
fee same sing't forms with cheats of paper, pockets : market for :Men who demand
k a full of pencils and t'asvrsani1 t *he best at reasonable prices t system of operation makes 4

$-t i ... 0'h ::' ::, -, :. t I l:<,ads so crammc 'wa ki.w1 Made in a standardized for exceptional values-unexcelled \ >
i :' ,. .'T"l.i .),..kt't." I: dgc ar.d i U.K o"' Ic.j; s La *,h y t factcry:: where only the V r V-
((5 I uj3 lad q 1\;..g."; ..... 1 .., ... styles: are adopted Material service.,4
;' 5l1n\t. ''1 t!. : '1.,- \ I know: J <>It an ca1l: = : \ :i L1C""'. ,. f ..
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Johnny-Say a, let's not wait." fflfigffifBaUfi
!ii! $';'
: + "I found a button in mv salad."

I EXCHANGE NEWS *+ pose."Came" off the dressing I sup- THE PHIFER STATE BANK

I \\t N. D. St. John + GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA --

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I Bye! See You Next Year. ed right t Rooms-With or without I tt t FIRST NATIONAL
I guard this season, which BANK
The faculty of Leland Stanford was his second year on the t Board |II I Incorporated 1888Capital "
I suspended, now that the foot- Princeton CANOOCHEE LODGE I
has Varsity. I $100,000 Surplus I
is over, quite a few
I jull season 1211 W. University Ave. I GAIXESVILE FLORIDA
II ,
seven of whom played on the The American I t
yen Association --- .
of --- -----
I regular team. The men were deficient T mversltyYomen has just published I II ----------- -. -

I in scholastic work, and will survey of 114 colleges anduniversities I J. W. M'COLLUM & CO.

I'fe .be ineligible for-a full year. women college on the expenses of DRUGGISTSTHE I Popular Goods at Popular Prices atBURKHIM's I
students. The
) results REXALL STORE
I Hockey Tour Successful. are: mean average for the I Agents for I

jltGill University, Montreal, year, $486.04; minimum, $265.00; Liggetts and Norris Candies J f
I successfully completed its hockey maximum, $$1,000.43.oo I Gainesville Fla.I I ___ :
in the States with the defeat Voice. .
I -
tour ------------- ..
,, of the Princeton "Tgiers" on the ---- -

night of January 2. The game ,Brigham Young University Holds A. H. Doran !I'. I VISIT US EVERY DAY I

proved fast and exciting to the Leadership Week. f il THE t tII II
For Bicycles and Bicycle LYRIC THEATRE {
finish with a score of 2-2 brokenin The Brigham Young Univer- I

the last minute of play by Mc- sity at Provo, Utah, set aside 232 East Accessories Main Street South II I You Know How We Stand on All College Matters I I II !

GilL from January 22 to 20 to give a

I Gift For Oregon. short workers term in course the Mormon to religious Church. I I 1:!,ffiSffiffiffiffiffi ffififfiffiffiffiffiSffi;;;;:;:=

I Oregon Agricultural College has Over two thousand attended the Tro-psrocKl I 31 m jj
been presented with
recently a classes which were held by the
miniature model of the Taj Mahal foremost educators of church and I I I I GAINESVILLE FURNITURE COMPANY |
palace. The Taj Mahal, regardedas state. I I TAILOR I I
the crowning glory of Mogul *
,, I architecture, was the gift of Sayta Emory Glee Club Completes Its J I AND t tII I ffi in Victrolas and Records !Ji
) D. Loomba of India, a studentof Southern Tour. ffijj $
I l
I the college. The model, of The Emory Glee Club, shaking II DRY CLEANER I I fli, |jj D. R. COX, Proprietor TELEPHONE 86 $
white ivory exquisitely carved, is from its shoulders the dust! of I I I Iifi
about four inches square.-Univ. three states and a foreign coun- Il

News. try, returned to the Emory campus I Phone 354 I I II l! Yi
I HWffiffiffiffiffiKffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiK fi
on January 10. The thirty !fi
Unmanageable Fresh. members of this famous organization i;
The University of Utah has South's I
s.L'. solved the question of punishing Sweetest Singers" has successfully I YOUR RAZOR ; I'' ST. PATRICK'S CATHOLIC CHURCHE.

negligent freshmen. A large, I .
completed a 2,500 mile tour, NORTH
painted duking tub has been installed playing to enthusiastic audiencesat t BLADES II t tI

for the use of those who do Augusta, Savannah, St. Augus- t Reverend John Conoley, S. T. L., Rector
not care to wear the freshman cap. I Sharpened at about one-
tine, Jacksonville, Havana, Cuba, TELEPHONE 629
To avoid causing too much discomfort F. S. C. W. at Tallahassee, and t third the cost of new bladesSWEARINGEN'S I II _,0 ,"'
" the sharp edges of the other
! tub have been padded.-University places. I I I SCHEDULE OF SERVICES

News I SUNDAYS-10:30 A. 31. and 7:45 P. M.
One Third Pass at State I
News. I Only about one-third of the AT IDEAL CAFE t i WEEKDAYS-7:30 A. M.ALEX .
students at the Louisiana State t I I Opposite Fire Station
Rights For Women? I ._ I
Uniersity passed their first term'swork -- ------
Students at. Indiana Universityare this year. The total numberto !&..................... ...4 ...i
as to whether or not
pass is 436 of which 303 are

week should be set :
one a
f ftJ' men students, and 133 are co-eds. 1 .
fI aside when co-eds should ask men The number of women students to : FRESH-CLEAN-GOODHere's : :, 1
for dates. Most men approve of I !+
pass was greater /n/ proportionthan '
the basis that it would be a nov- eSYe I: .
the ::
I that of men. the place to get '
el idea, but the women do'not .

approve, because they. believe that i 4. what you want when f
L. S. U. Rifle Team Wins Over
the idea would be failure. At
a Georgia. you want it. : :
some institutions the idea is tra-
The L. S. U. rifle team broke .
ditional, and is called "leap : :
even in theirfcwo\ matches of ( ANYTHING at ANYTIME .:
L' last week. It beat the University .
l of Georgia and was beaten by the I...+ ...+.......++..+...#...

Bring on the Gas.A University of Missouri. The respective -
rare scientific feat was recently A
scores of three universities SEE
performed at the University of were: Missouri, 3,626; Geor-

I Toronto, when Professor John gia 3,030; and Louisiana State, \ grind Our Own Lenses Vidal Drug CompanyFOR I
McLennan and his student assist- 3,070. The matches being fired DRUGS STATIONERY, TOILET ARTICLES,

ant, G. M. Schurm, together with this week are with V. P. I. and NODELAYCJainesVille CANDIES, SOUVENIR CARDS, WATERMAN PENS

,I the staff succeeded in lianefyingthe Columbia University. This is the Florida. vI -
comparatively rare gas Heli- first week of the Fourth Corps r

..I um. This extraordinary success Are rifle competition, opening I
, had been achieved but once beforein January 21 and closing March 10. THE REXALL STORE NO. 2
1 Holland, and then only experimentally -
Dr. :McLennan has made Football !f I II II II II II Ii Ij 719 W. University Avenue ,"j ,
Carnegie Tech Screens
possible the production of heliumon Games. I College Stationer, Pennants, Drugs, Toilet Articles,
a commercial basis.International r-
On January 22 movies of the I Fountain Pens. ''a 1
Carnegie Tech football warriors inaction
Debate.A were shown. Three reels, I -The Drug Store Nearest the University"

debating team of three representatives containing {the; finest interesting Prompt Delivery Service

from f Oxford University parts of the games played this I
England, is scheduled to, meet season by the Plaid grid men PHONE 360-W

, teams from Bates, Columbia, were shown to the students of Car-

t Swarthmore, Princeton, Yale, Harvard negie Tech, and revived the tense I - ---- ----- -

tf and New York Uniersities; moments of the battlesOf t
f and s to defend the affirmatve I I

<-.f the proposition: "Resolved interest to all students and j I i
That the United States should at I all those men who i
r to
especially hiIi I
once join the League of Nations." saw service in the Army duringthe i I GOING FAST I

The custom peculiar to British World War, is a book recently I, ? .
debating societies, of not pickingany added to the-library, called "He I brow ,', t
be and edited by I ..,, "- ..
judges for the debate, will roes All! written I' Not naturally-but it's getting t r :"-,
adhered to. In all probability this Harry Stringer. It is a compen- higher. The first line of hair is "
:nternational debate fad"will betaken dium of the names and official citations i eline in retreat.Hair Tonic Bring!up the "Vas- t 'f I

up by many. other colleges, of the soldiers' and citizensof I I And how do you think the collar I
"s u'cally; in the West. the United States and her Allies advertisement Vaseline Hair men Tonic got that of coarse.way? But many values left of Anthony'Bros./ larger II t
The Western Reserve Univer- who were decorated by the I It will lay your rebellious curls in tI
the same sleek and shiny manner. I
-it is entering a new field of American government for excep- Vaseline Hair Tome will improve t stock. Get it now
conspicious ; the condition of your hair as veil -
ports. Boxing, wrestling andcwimmng tional heroism and i j as its appearance.At I.
service above and beyond the call all drug stores and student barber t .
: ; are to be placed on thenthlltic shops. I fI
of duty in the war with Germany. "
schedule. Contests have t -;.' .
contains several
19171918. It
been arranged with Case, Akron, Vaseline ,
names of men who at present are I t.
: 3
Alleghany and Carnegie Tech. attending the University of Flor- f

The Black and Magenta. ida, and some who have been U..T.WP. I WILSON CO. /\ -'

here in the past. It gives the HAIR TONICChesebrough .i >', : t
Captain Rah! man's name, rank, official organ- I
Princeton University football ization and reasons for the award. : Mfg.Ca I : I F

n.ti. Decently elected A. Barr Only those medals or citations i I I ((consolidated) t I
Snlvtly to their 1923 the American Army are
captain given by & ______....... ..._ .,.
team. The new Tiger leafier rlay-: considered. '" - -

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a at PAGE EIGHT THE I .trstti.. ..., .,.F ; -
--- its
---- "
----- --- ;
feiture route. COVers
two or ia
&/ by writing them.ery The second night of the series Wilson a-: I bow, 4
regard to some
I three months
: : I t II I particular individual you shouldget was Friday and the same numberof Joseph Patrick Tlfttulty
j Tuesday thor has \
some god ones. Should you games were played as on ob m a" }Jr.

f. _. ,. MEN .".. -, !' see fit to adopt this please don't night, one team failing to appear close range for eleven

:}' Z-: ,"-" -" ...", <.-.t:. let on to any of the judges you The scores: Beta Pi 2, the time of Ida tintpolitics 1_
that'this is the unhappychild Alpha 13, Hk
# I write Theha Chi 12; Kappa as a candids
f'bl' Also, I claim E. 12, 4
brain. 12 A. t
of my Alpha Tau Omega ; ernor of New
4 Now is the time for Spring Shirts. We have the privilege of exemption. Omicron 7; Sigma Nu 11, Pi Kappa his private secretary'Jersey

: /I with soft collars. You3 Alpha 6; and Sigma Phi 9, "
/ :; the new stripes and checks i iU PAUL VETTEP Greeks 11.. ginning of his $overttot

: Also plain whites in Oxfords and Pongee Stray The; teams which have won both end of his presidency. \k

: I U weaves. I LARGE SQUAD OUT SWIM TEAM. the first matches- are Kappa Sigma of the material is Pl tttt

.. FOR Theta Chi, S. A. E., SigmaNu pondence, notes
i. PI8ed
J ;', I Ii' and Stray Greeks. :These the president
Continued on Page 4) and his
( far. {
; teams are the so matters
j Priced from $1.75 to $3.00 meeting Tampa and St. Peters- Three nights of play had been of policy, prtei

r burg teams, crossing over to the scheduled for last week, but one iloquieg on great K 1Uei. iii
I( east coast and taking on the crack the versations of
.,; was taken out due to presenceof which the
I >< .- Miami, Palm Beach and West Mr. Irving. The next series kept careful note 'I\.
iI ; ': Palm Beach teams on the way and all the
; will be on Tuesday touches all the '
A. C. SMITH CO. I back to school. This will give teams that played the first two f of Wilson's imps

: I the swimming team an ample opportunity nights will play then. searches the administl'llla

:; I ; South Side Square I 1 1ii and make to a reputation show their for wares the the Dr.games Manchester, and has made referred out the all have ragtd about tontrov-his ...

school in the water. and personal
: schedule and all arrangements for relation
I The letter men of last season
: 'tj will back "Ozzie" Bie, the .series. appendix contains
17'T who be are
ALL AUE ELIGIBLE county, and Democratic nominee Murdock Barrs. A prize will be awarded to th? from the President tb .. -
Dick Priest and
;;.'J.1 IN POPULARITY CONTEST J for Circuit judge of the fifteenth ,I Other men who are showing exceptional winner in the finals. tary during the Pars ,
t. ----- Concerning this bk
'j district.
ability are: Earl Moore,
} ;t (Continued from Page 1) I York Times says: -ir.
14 H. G. Bur-
I Clayton of Gainesvilleis Warren Clifford, Clinton Forty Gators are wallowing u
1 ; lowed in the cases of Francis has disappointed the
!i'f Supervisor of County Agents I bridge, DeWitt Brown, and others. faithfully each evening in Friezer's cnte.
f i ; Parker, Skelly Hadlow, Charley I I1 in.West Florida. j pond, developing their book has been recea i1Id lit

Cook, Ford Prescott, and all other 22 L C. Croftin is practising strokes that shall shove them thru with great cordiality b.

: :?I Seniors who got their pictures in law in De Land. PRELIMINARIES the spring, breaking all records.A thusiastic approbattwc, ,,
ter than all
r. for the Seminole at least a week '11 O. W. Drane of Lakeland is I fifty foot way has been pro- with a stoat.

f !{t, late A week is too short a time in the insurance business as a I INTER-FRAT MEETThe vided in the clear as crystal pondof ,cussion. "Woodrow W 1.. t

Ji'F' for them to cure themselves of the member of the firm of H. J. our vicinity wih a turning boardat Know Him" is a strew II
I: habit of procrastination, Drane and Son. understanding of the pds
.. life-long each end. The LaskyPIayers'private
o-. t. ( t, so they will have an extra hour in I '20 Dewey A. Dye i is engaged I. inter-fraternity basketball tank has no comparisonwith of an ex-president who* 1
: their votes in. in general law started wih rush last week sis. in the minds of
; fthieh: to turn practice in Braden- I series a this hog's heaven now. DlIIJ.\\
i All candidates may electioneer town. when the first ten games were bit- admirers, would seem far
s 1 all they please, with the exception '87 Frank U. Bell is now located terly contested. The opening nightwas The Atlantic Bokshelf lip:

; of the laziest man. The very in Lebanon, New Hampshire, Tuesday and of six scheduled All county club basketball teams thing it makes clear is k. '

If ; I Tiature of things forbids him to do 1xo I where he is Treasurer o the Car- games five were pla>ed. must see Dr. Manchester for their apart from the immediltt

;j The men who will count the I ter and Churchill Co. The opponents of the evening schedule, which shall be arrangednext of important decisions! .'

I' : t Totes are honest, but not discreet, I '18 Thomas J. Barns is now and the scores are: Sigma Nu 11, Thursday. Wilson was call=d ups it

ii II so don't vote for yourself. The I' manager od the Southern UtilU Kappa Alpha 9; Sigma Phi 5, A CORNER THE LIBRARY he has cared more for ti4s
{ : members of the faculty may vote, ties Co., o Okeechobee. Alpha Tau Omega 8; Stray Greeks of posterity than of hi. ,

i .s I provided they pin a sworn affi- 15 Richard D. Bowers is located I 5, Pi Kappa Alpha 4; Kappa Ore of the books recently received poraries. The book

x davit to the ballot to the effect in Gainesville where he is Sigma 21, Omicron 3; and S. A. E. by the University library, eral hours of delight to tl

'\ that they filled out the ballot in the insurance business. 17, Beta Pi 3. Theta Chi won and Which promises great inter arc interested 1 i- the: 111ft

i i themselves. '98 J. Fletcher Burnett is one from Phi Beta Psi by the for- est to anyone who enters the I mate life of this natieNl] l|
t.- ,_ f : BALLOT of the most
f popular business men .___ _._.__ muu__... .._..._..u.n..._....... .._ ,
= -f 1 Seminole Popularity Contest. in Gainesville and a loyal -supporter -
j". I Prize TeaHound? ..............-.......--- of Florida. He as a former
r Who thinks he is the P. T. H.? President of the Gainesville Rotary -

: :.. _...._
.. .. Club, Palm Point Country
Biggest; student bull artist? .-- Club and Vice-President of the

t .: Who thinks he is? ................-----. Merchants Cre.lit: Assn.
,} .I Biggest faculty. artist ....-:.--.. '05 Richard H. Fryer is anotherone

Y o t : Who thinks he is? .........?......_.__ of the Alumni that has gone t

z !' Handsomest man .....................-.--.-. back to the farm. After working .DENI S PA-PZN' STEAM CYZ.IJV/J) ?

:: Who thinks he is? ...____._ as a bookkeeper for a number of

? 1 B ; Best dressed man ....._..._._......._...._. I years, i:1' now engaged as a

I ,0' Most popular man ..................---- Citrus n ower of Bartow. ,

M Who thinks he is? _.........- .-...-....... '93 Jambes llw'n Futch is

:, Biggest eater ..........._.-.._..----- prt" ;or of J Ja'v at Stetson U'.-

I' !I Wittiest man ........._..___. i\ci'v He .HV'> })!(t': iced l at ,

.-'' Who thinks he is? --___..---.__ Starke for a number of yeais. '

f Laziest manBrightest ............___.____: '18 Melville G. Gibbon i* practicing .

man ..............._.._.___._ lay in Tnmon They Weighed Air--;i..

1 3fost loyal Gator .............................. '12 George I. Glace is now .
( J professor of Ma ii-matics 'r. th >
J7, High School at Mineral Wells, and Charles II
a j Laughed
Texas. He was formerly Vuv- I -
ii Consul to St. Mi-hael's Azores
(Continued from page 2)
In to a questionaire Islands. I AMUELPEPYSsaysin condensed. A formed
vacuum was
H z
Alfred A. Green is practicinglaw
t.! sent ou to all the Alumni, AllieJ. with the firm of Smoltz: and I his diary that CharlesII and the weight of the outer air _:

Angle of St. Petersburg sent Green, of Daytona. for all his interest! in theRoyal forced the unresisting piston in. -
back a blank questionaire and the t
1' letter '15 Neal E. Hainlin is raising Society, laughed Out of these researches
: eventu'I
"Dear Barney: fruit at Homestead, where he is uproariously at its members ally came the steam engine.London .
also with the lumber firm of W. B. "for spending their time in
;' You are too inquisitive. I filial only talked of the scandalouslife J

out a few of the questions Hainlin'15 Hugh and Hale Sons.is practicing lair else weighing of air and"doing nothing that King Charles led, and paid x ;
r on the questionaire but I did not they sat.
at Brooksville, Fla. scant attention to such physicists ::1
I'',i try to fill it up. I thought you This helps to explain i
why much
16 Richard Ellis Hamrick is as Papin, whose work did so :
would be too busy to read it all Charles has ;
practicing law at Aucilla. He come to us as of
was to change the whole character '
z'--' jo said as little as possible. In the : :
"merry monarch.
formerly -
i school I industry.The .
'I always got along all ,
two terms but Royal
right until some teacher with an says he has Society was engaged study of air and air pumps
reformed.We in important :
inquisitive mind started to asking research. It was try has been continued in spite ofCharles's s. =
questions. Sing to substitute facts for themem'ingless laughter. In the General

,' "You Know as much about my are in receipt of a letter : phrase "nature abhors Electric Research
I 'r i 5. F. M. I. experience as I do, so from Paul Vetter, of Jacksonville, a vacuum/' which had Company's
.;' if you have sot got all the information in answer to one from F. M. 0'- served to Laboratories, for instance, pumps
I u on this blank you want, Byrne, in which he asked for news rushes into explain why water have been developed which will ex

v just go ahead and fill it up." I notes about the Alumni in and a syringe-the commonest haust all but the last tenbillionthof

!' In a postscript he says to tellDutch" !'I around Jacksonville, It follows: form of pump-when the an atmosphere in vessel.
I "Dear Pat J piston is pulled a
to come to see him. We : I out. This the
: achievement marks .
',,, f! mould advise Dutch to look up "There hasn't been anything to Denis Papin had as much to do ;
., f : 3Ir Angle the next time he is send you, or would have answered as anyone with these laughable beginning of a new kind of chemise #

in St. Petersburg. your previous requests. activities of the try-a chemistry that concerns

b' i ; '15 Homer L. Cappleman is en- I "Lohmeyer has opened an office Papin turned Royal Society. itself with the effect of forces on I

''i': g'"dgEin Engineering Supervision recently in the law exchange herein up .in London one matter in the absence of air, a -
''l ,'" ion of General Development workin Jax. day with a cylinder in which a chemistry that -
has enriched -
already -
t y Miami During the war he was "John B. L'Engle is in the office piston could slide. He boiled water
t 1st Li utenant in the 28th, Engi- I of Martin H. Long. He is in the cylinder. The steam generated i world with invaluable

/:4J t r.. net. ; treasurer now of our Jax Bar pushed the piston out. When improvements. in illumination, radio ,=_

z ohn H. Carter is practicing association, succeeding yours ; the flame was removed the communication and roentgen-'., -
.-t law in Marianna. truly. .. steam ology.
-- 18 I). H. Carter is a member of "Suggest that if you want information 1' .
the law firm of Carter and YoungIn of what the legal alumni R ::
a Fensacola. are doing you might write General.-Eledtricf

4 t 'OS T. Z. Cason is a physician in I to the various Circuit Judges. .

Jacksonville:: : For instance, ask the judge to send ,

t '17 C. E. Chill ingworth is an attorney you a story, pun or joke regarding Company Schcrrectad 11jYt '
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in West Palm Beach He ---
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is county judge? of Palm Beach There a-- 18 C;ru.+ Tu g ? and I