The Florida alligator
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028291/00381
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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: February 10, 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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Preceded by: Orange and blue
Succeeded by: Independent Florida alligator

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engineers and;others interested "

ON EAST COAST in good roads were invited.
by the University to meet for a FOR MONDAY

Road Builders'. Conference, Feb. AFTERNOON'B Ib'H. 'B

SPOKE BEFORE LARGE I 8, 9, and 10, at the University.The (
CAPT. VAN FLEET conference was, held by the
Civil Engineering Department of E. HOWE TO GIVE
the General Extension Division of OR MORE {
Have the University, as part of the

Keyl West; Will CampaignWest FOOTBALL MEN 1923 program to serve the people. Schedule of Twenty-Two

Florida Next The $speakers included Dean Ben-
Games Arranged so Far 1
ton of the t1S
Engineering College,
With Quartette. ENTIRE STUDENT BODY Judge H. B. Phillips, Chairmanof By Manager Carlton : ;

According to all reports, the KIND OFFERA F. Cooke, Highway Engineer of WORLD WAR AS CON- Monday, Feb. 12, will see the ';

Student Activities Building cam- the state, Professor Reed of the SULTING CHEMIST first practice for the pitching

paign is progressing splendidly Engineering College, Hon. B. C. staff of the Gator baseball squadfor } r
"Long Locomotive" for Cap- ,
Riley, Director of the General Extension the season of 1923, accoringto
throughout the state. For two tain J. A. Van Vleet, the best com- I On Saturday evening Feb. 17th, Lance C.
Division, Harvey A. Hall, Coach Richbourg. a
weeks, Mr. Bryan has been devot- mandmant that the Military Department Testing Engineer, State Road Department H, E. Howe, editor of the "JourI These workouts for pitchers will i

ing his time entirely to the cause of the University of and representatives from I nal of Industrial an! EngineeringChemistry ; !last for a week or week and a IS

and will continue to do So for Florida ever has had, and a vote road material firms.TRIANGLE ," will lecture in the half, during which time it is ex-
another week. of thanks from the entire student University gaynavum on M The pected that the-practice field can

I During the past week, Colonel body were the receptions accordedthe Role .;f Chemistry in International be put in condition so that gen-

I 'Bryan and Mr. White have been. letter from Captain Van Vleet: DEBATE Rela! cns." lIrH,- w.a has been secured eral practice may be held, and r
speaking to large audiences alongthe which was read in Chapel Thursday through thE efforts, of the from the many workouts whichare 3

East Coast from Miami toKey by James Winfield, presidentof j TRYOUTS TO BE Department of Chemistry of the being staged daily and'which

rest and considerable enwusiasm the student body, and in which University .of Fi rHi, and his ad- has -been in evidence for three 1 .

has been aroused. They Captain Van. Vleet offered to each dress is part of the Lyceum I weeks, the interest in the National ;; I

ferift turn from Key West to of the football Varsity players HELDFEB. 16 course. Past time will be ushered in this

Ifiatti by bat, thence to Orlan- Sao won his letter during the past As consulting chemist of the1" 'season with a large squad of aspirants
Ho and Palatka, and then back to season an honor sweater. The let- will ordnance department of the Unit- at the initial practice.
The Triangle tryouts
acksonville, where they will be ter was addressed to Professor P. e! States army durin the great "
be in Peabody Hall at 7:30on Due to the exceptionally fine
L. Reed chairman of the Faculty held wend Mr. How in he
pided in their meetings by the I 16th. Each speakerwill war, was weather which has prevailed here
[University Quartette. While in Athletic Committee.A February very heart of th; suite: for it is
this adherents of the
have eight minutes in :whichto year, many
[Jacksonville the quartette will alp reply was read from Professor his argument.The !ra.} said that the !atc war was game both on the freshmen and
o sing several numbers Reed in which he conveyedthe present fovght with a more vital mlcisuyin
on a subject of the debate is varsity squads have answered the ,
adio program to be broadcasted *eeing that the captain's offer the Allied Nations thr chemical laboratories thanon call for individual workouts and
"Resolved That
pver the state. will be appreciated, not only .by should: release each other the field of battle. Our victory, have anxiously awaiting the ar-

\ Leaving Jacksonville Mondayht the men who :will receive the from all indebtedness incurred for great as it was, was directly due rival of Coach Richbourg when

the speakers and the quar- sweaters, but also by everyone interested the of carrying on the to the American chemist, who sat they could begin to get in cdndi-!
jfette will in athletics at the University purpose up over night to outwit the terrifying +
spend the remainder of tion in earnest before such weather .
Ihe Cheer Leader David World War. Hun at his pwn game. Mr.
week Head
conducting a campaignp From the number of candidatestwo can wind its way further North.In
Howe will lay bare recent marvelsof
the West Rambo led the cheer for the cap-
Coast from Jackson- men will be chosen to defeat again securing the servicesof
Mile to Pensacola. tain and made the motion that the "Gamecocks" of South chemistry.. Lance Richbourg as coach of j
I It would be hard to overestimatehe thanks of the entire;/student be the fiery and to uphold Flor- Mr. Howe is a great speaker, interesting the University enjoys a good fortune
Carolina, two and sincere, and he holds
value of the campaign to the conveyed to him appreciation of ida's forensical reputation againstthe which may seldom be ex- 6'
the_ most commanding position-
fJniversity in advertisement and his fine offer. University of Tennessee.All pected. Richbourg has been coach
the chemical world. As editor of
publicity alone, and we have been The letters which were read are three of the debates will be the Journal of the American and manager of the Gators for the 4 -
xceedingly fortunate securing as follows: 8 and scheduledas last two seasons, and has been '
held on April are (Continued on Page 8) .
P man of Mr. Bryan's calibre to Continued on page five follows: Florida supports the a strong factor in putting Florida

jay our cause before the people. affirmative at Columbia, S. C., baseball teams on a winning level. '

; pith characteristic energy he has GATORS WERE against Tennessee; and the nega- RIFLE TEAM .FIRES Last season saw the completionof
iven himself unreservedly to the I BABY tive at Knoxville, Tenn., against his course, having received His

ampaign, often delivering three South Carolina. South .Carolina HIGH SCORES IN B. S. A. degree in June, so thatit i
|>r four addresses during one day AWARDED HAND- supports the negative at Gaines- was not expected he would return '
In again this So it
widely separated places ville against Tennessee. year. was
I When Mr. Bryan was first offered *- SOME SWEATERSDr. Every speaker should present. OPENING MATCHAn learned with a great deal of pleasure '

the chairmanship of the general himself as a candidate at the try- by the varsity players last
committee he stated that he outs so that the best representatives fall that he had .consented to cast j
ould from Average of 92 Per Man his lot with the Gators again,
| not spare the time engagements Farr presented Sixteen of our University may be se-
already made; but, aspe Blue Sweaters With Their lected. Let's all get together and Was Made in Firstfl5tage; having refused an offer to coach

obtained a better understanding Class Numbers on Them put Florida on the top in debating. Bettered One PointIn the Iowa State College team forth
of the uses to which .the profcosed 2nd. Stage. year. -
building will be put and the Last season was by far the t
peficiences of the equipment ofke Few chapel programs this year VARSITY ON ROAD most successful season thatthe/ ,
first in the
The stage
have presented a more imposingscene University has ever experiencedin
| University he not only contented -
: to conduct, the campaignt than that witnessed last' TRIP PAST WEEK Corps Area Gallery* Competition"was baseball, as! 15 of the 19 games
token of appreciation fired Saturday, January 27,
his but volunteer- Tuesday; when, as a scheduled resulted in victoriee.Every .
own expense from the giving the unusual average of 92
id and esteem team which was played be- 1
a subscription of $500. Aftetre
had delivered several appeals student body, the members of the HAD WON ONE GAME UP per man. From the results ob- ing defeated one or more times,
awarded I tained those In the Military De-
Eleven" were ,
Pfr Bryan said he did not thinke "Baby 'Gator TO THURSDAY NIGHT; the Universityof except the Philadelphia Nationals .
numerals upon handsome partment feel that I The '
their class crowning feature beng the ;
| had di nough for the cause, IMPROVED EACH Florida is about to overstepher
sweaters.Dr. defeat of Yale
ind Blue University, 3 to 2
he uoubled his subscription. fell the GAME previous reputation, which
Farr, upon whom in 12 innings at Macon.
In Pad. last week after his address pleasure and honor of presenting ------- resulted from winning the match I The prospects for this .season i
Braden -n, he said he had de- eul- basketball crew, last and to win for the sec-
The ,
eloquent Varsity year
an are altho they do
'. them, pronounced .t} I very It ItI
rmined thepad
to give $500 more the Roland Moss ond time with a greater '
upon these "champions of headed by Captain even I not present the ray of promIse of a
11500., making his subscription South ogy ;" thanking them in behalfof and consisting of "Check" Byrd, score, if the succeeding stages are 'the team of last season, on ae:1:

the faculty, the student body, Clyde Norton, "Ark" Newton, By- in proportion! to the first. The count of the loss of four pitchers i
Here on the campus the camiaiga and the state for the athletic glory ron Eddy, "Wood Alcohol" Miller, results were sent in to Corps from last year's staff.! However, r
will be carried on by col- Kenneth Bait Coach "Bill" headquarters immediatetly upon in
have brought to making a resume of the mater :;
they i
fSs. At a meeting in the Gym- The men receiving the numeralsand Kline fared forth from the lair I finishing the firing ana the resets ial, a strong*nucleus for a winning

iasium on Friday morning at sweaters were: "Horse I I of the Gator the night of Feb. 2, of the other schools are expectedany I team may be found in such men
| hick Dr. Farr presided as chair- Smith, "Ed' Jones, "Speck" Light- journeying to Atlanta, where they day. 1 as Bill Yard, catcher and captain
Pan the following men were apIjpinted '"Willie" Middlekauff, "Mike" took on the strong Georgia Tech The results as sent in to Corps from r; Howard Bracken

to select assistants to seefeat sey Randall, "Phil" Thomas, "Goldy" outfit in the initial game of their headquarters are as follows: H. I third base; Edgar Blake short _

l every man in every college is. Goldstein, "Sam" Cornwall, ''Har- extensive northern road trip that M. Salley, 93; K. R. Harrod 93; stop; Fred Bange second base;
a chance to contribute.Back" "Si" Wil- has them into the Scarborough, 93 R. C. Trimble, -
May, "0. T. Green < taken r up ; 1 Wade Mahannah first base. Others
Carlton will be in charge ry 'Dick"Bose Carolina's 93 "Earl" Freemen, : and Virginia. ; ; have been strong competitors
the Ag. College, E. A. Clayton !I h ams, "Spick" Stanley "Neal"Morris. The Gators, with only one hon, 92; I. J. Mink, 91; L. T.Bice, i'I for places for one or more yean

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T- at Camp Mc-
I Mexico, and some
1 -. i + .+ + + + + + + +.i + + + + + + + + .+- PLANS BEING MADE FOR. Clellan, in the rolling, wooded hills Coast Artillery. "* f
1, ., + CITIZEN'S TRAINING near Anniston, Ala. The followingis The courses offered
:1j example. many let- basic Red Course,
a typical
ALUMNI; NEWS : Word hasp been received from ters being received from last years- fundamental training b1t

11 : ,CapU Donovan Yuell, U. S. A., students."I instruct in any part ,
= B. W. AMES M. T. C. Officer of the of the
p : I + Acting C. attended Camp McClellan the service; Adv>

'f + M. W. OVERSTREET \ + Fourth Corps Area, which includes of 1922. I can testify for Course, which gives bast'
;I j ,. t + the states of Georgia, Alabama, benefit as well as others, tion in branches desk

"1 ;{ + + + +, + + + + + + + + Florida, North Carolina, South your that this month of training did Course, (for which] "
1r :Mississippiand
Carolina, Louisana, good than any other trainingthat last year's Red Coarsecertified
more 1be
it jI. ------- Tennessee, that elaborate as eligible

I. ;jl : Eight reasons why you should season. He took his M. A. E. and plans are now under way for the According I have to so the far present received.plans to white course are for "

+ :r Contribute to the campaign for 0 Bachelor of Arts degree and is continuance of the governmentsummer held this student *o be a no -
to be yearat
.. Students Activities Building. now attending the law college. camps for young men camps are in Q!
; 'i ,be and I Camp McClellan, Ala., Fort officer the Organized dE
all for a JJe played football four years I which proved so popular last summer of the National
j H 1. Because you are In 1916 captained the team. He Baransas, Fla., and Bragg N. C. GuwfcBlue llit
: :I' greater FLORIDA. the baseball team for and summer before The branches of instruction of- Course; for whi b ofWE

,, A: ,2. Because it is a vital need-to also was on Nearly_ three thousand young fered may be slightly different of last year's>.white. C8Int!
f -f- Adequately care for the social and four years. men received an outing at gov- were certified
from those of last year, but in the as eli&u ftr
needs of the students. ernment expense last year, some
;T ,,E religious branches mission to blue
the course
J at main will be in same se
Todd Fleming grpr
the 01.' Samuel Barancas the Gulf of
: 3. Because talks-in at on
I '[ money (Continued
which includes Infantry, Cavalry en =
I Statisticianin PaZJ
Agricultural t
is present
rL: Cosiness world no support 1

'.;; .. Forth much unless it is backed the Bureau of Agricultural good at his,profession. ----...
financially.I' ;Economics of the United States -
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f .r meets Department of Agriculture. ,His ti
4. Because the legislature 11. Robert Bassett Huffaker is. I
in April-if this campaign fails, present address is Gainesville. at present MayorCommissionerof .

F P jean they be expected to furn.ish Bartow, where he has been t Frames and Denison
: l' :' i Adequate funds in the face of 19. Edward Rawson is at present practicing law since his .gradu- t 0a

{manifest public opinion? Scientific and Administration ation. ,
+r'i' J 5. Because-if Florida men fail Assistant the States Relations -- t t Crepe n

I, to help, how can other people of Service of the United States de-
.k Agriculture. His ad- 97. Washington Mackey Ives, t S
I 'the State be expected to do so? partment of after receiving his A.B. from old
I f dress is 220 Fourteenth St. S. W.
6.Because it will help make the F. A. C. at Lake City, studied
'" ,Washington D. C. He is a member C
University of Florida the equal of
medicine at Vanderbilt receivinghis
pf the Phi Kapa Phi fraternity 'tI C

;' Bother 7. Because large- institutions.you are able to do :,istry, for and a was time Professor at the University.of Chem- practicing M. D. there in Lake in 1901 City.and -is now I 4 Norah Norton Novelties ,r E

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8. Because a son of your ownwill
and 06. Wilbur Leon das Floyd
be up here some day you flown "Major" Floyd to the + + + .
(wish him to have'the best of opportunities as J
y i and advantages. students of the University is at I I
,present Assistant Dean and Professor -

i This Stundent-Activity Buildings of Horticulture in the ,College COLSON STUDENT ROOMING HOUSES
I I of Agriculture. He was Instructor .
dream of sudden conception -
not just a -
<. in the old East Florida twin beds large closets running
Ten years ago, four members i Nice rooms, ,
Seminary from 1892 to 1905, and '
three of whom .
of our faculty, ,
pre here now and one who is with became Professor in the Univer- water in every room with shower baths and

: for the Flint Chem- sity of Florida in 1895. His pres-
t Science Hall-See
: jcal Society has been named in ent address is 635 E. Main St.; FLA. U. BOYS.:- sleeping porches. Opposite

t his honor-conceived: this idea .Gainesville, Florida. \ .' DICK STANLY, Agent, at Mrs. Ramsey's!

,; from the growing needs of the I
chool. They canvassed the sit- '22. Ray Laforte Hamon is 1 at IJ J Ii i

i f: I nation, and almost laid plans for I IJ present Principal .of Leesburg

: J- i its beginning, but the time was ''I .High School in Leesburg Florida. This is Your Store-
.Ray was a Phi Kappa Phi man at
These Dr.
r sot ripe. men were \ j
g Farr, Dr. Crow, Dr. Benton and the University and one of, the 1

i I ; {Dr. Flint, and they have sincematured (Teacher's standbys on intercol- You're Welcome .
the and working lege debating teams. He took the I .
plan are .
'r I '
heart ,and soul for its completion... Bachelor of Science in Education UNIVERSITY MEN 1

1 : The faculty and student body degree.
here when in Tarnv
I their --- .
have both endorsed plan, v .
morally and financially. They are 20. Charles Jay Hardee may be I t'

j, 1: II{ Equally deserving of alumni sup .written to at 1002 Citizens Bank ,. Demand Value and..style ,_ '.

= 1 I I I port. Building, Tampa, Florida. He .When you nee Society Brand Clothes '

I Yet we' must not think of our .took the degree of Bachelor of /

I support as being for these men, Laws and played Varsity base- Clothes we'll be glad Hanan Shoes, Manhattan Shirts, Knox Hats i
fir, ; {worthy though they are. Theirs ball in 1917, 1918, and 1919, being .
k I' jwas the idea; it is the University captain of the team in 1919 Are; featured lines in the Giddens Store. '

I I ,of Florida that we are supporting. ---- to serve '
you. -
I '18. William Byron Hathaway is Hail Orders, Specialty.. .',
i '
r "22. William John "Jack Dyer now Instructor in Foreign Lan- I. f '
fif West Palm Beach, Florida is at guages in .Teachers' College and : -
present engaged as a travelling Assistant Professor of Language. V I ',
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f 'Salesman for a wholesale paper! in the College of,Arts and Se'enee. -

I: /company. Jack was a member ifthe ,He took the degree of SJ. A. in WOLF BROTHERS, ..i
College of Agriculture here Spanish and English in the gradu-

at Florida and a member' of the ate School is a Phi Kappa Phi

i Alpha Zeta fraternity. man ,and was secretary of Phi
Kappa Phi from 1918 to 192C. Tampa -
::' 1 '16. Lucien Young Dryenforthis f's "

at present running comercial '18.William Paul Hatman is at HENRY GIDDENS .-CLOTHING -CO:
Jabaratory in Jacksonville He present manager of the Winter

took a chemical course in the Arts Haven branch of the Gulf Fertilizer \ '- '.

4 end Science College and was also Company. He took the degree TAMPA, FLORIDA

L-- I Zrirtetor of he band while at the! of Bachelor of Science in '
I, )i 'TJniX'tisity.: Agriculture.( He was president of w, I ,

,- the Athletic Association 1917- I t b

F '22. Henry Reed Edmund of 1918, on the Board of Directors + +' + '+ + + + + + .+ '.

eesburg, Florida is at present 1916-1917, _s a varsity footballand .

t /engaged as a florist. Edmunds trackman, member if( the ''F'' .----------- --
r j ;was in the Co'l? ge of Agriculture Club, welterweight wrestling sssss SKfiffiffiffiSffiffiffiIn f

while.. at Florida., champion for three years and ; .
president of the Wrestling Club. I
t. '18. Francis Rees Edwards is at He is located in Winter Haven. Hiw MEET ME AT J- '

present Professor of Animal Husbandry inifi .
1 :: in the University Porto '19, Morris H }ler is rioV at y; .- -'"

;Itico. He is teaching At'irnat' Virtudes 20, Havana, Cuba. He
.** a i i Husbandry and related subjects. received the degree of Bachelorof I IMILLER'S' }

i-j I ;His present address is the Unh'E'r.sity Science in Mechanical Engi-

of Porto Rico, Mayaguez, neering. He i$ engaged as an en-
Porto Rico. gineer in Cuba.
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I ,' We Are At Your Service
IV I '16. J. Rex Farrior is at present 21. Van E. Huff is now Assis- .. l,

(Teacher and Coach at Gainesville tant City Engineer for the No Place .
Cityof x Like Home and Miller's t
I I ,High School. Rex will be the Head Miami. Van was one of those \"

g"I (Coach of the University of Florda brilliant Engineers that made Phi Lam'

I i 1 Freshmen Football squad next Kappa Phi and is now 'making i'fifififixf5ii! !li5! !fi! $! !ffiffifKffiffiffiBU ji
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Stationery Toilet
I Articles
Drug Sundries--Barbe.r '
Shop Prey
i m sing Club Bus Service accommodations Postoffice ,
Express, Western Union, Long Distance.
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i We Invite College Men' to See and Try: On Our i. t.: : i -
PEABODY CLUB Todd at the Pi Ka house and leave It
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your "two bits" with him. The / !

At the meeting of Peabody club will meet *in front of the : t EDERHEIMER : t : i
last Monday night, it was theatre at 7:30 sharp, on the : a I k
the installation' above date. ; ;

'ded should that be postponed be- The next meeting of the club +*, STEIN CLOTHES \ i jil''I'Ii'I',; t

use' eertain necessary parties will be hell in Peabody Hall --. l i, i:
trt absent. Tuesday I eb. 13 at 7:00 o'clock. : i

;After; some discussion, the pro- 530 $35 $45 : tl"t: t i
for the evening was taken Farr Literary Society .
iTfirst there was a five minute : f t

p'amentary drill, then a read- Following a short business : (Specially designed for the straight slim figures of Varsity men-tailored *' f: ;; r[

,"fcy Mr. G. R. Clegg. Finally session on the night of the 5th to look as good in the showdown as they do in the: showcase.= Some of the : i.iJ' : I

'Tf' was a debate on the sub- the society enjoyed its weekly + models have inverted-pleat backs that finish with a belt. if ; !
Resolved that the Univer- program. It opened with debate :
a -
itt' of Florida is in ,a state of on the interesting subject, |: Some have bellows shoulders; also belted. Some have patch pockets that ,

Vel" organization." On the af- "Resolved that all semester examinations : button through, other patch pockets are plain. Some are two button. Some L t. t

tive there were Messrs. Tur- be abolished." The are three button. Ii J !
and Wells, on the negative, affirmattive 'was defended by .. I
essrs. Black!urn and Odom. Messrs. M. H. Wyatt and T. H. : All in all it's a showing that reveals the finest in fabrics and finished make- 1 [1 l :
'veral inierseting faCts. were Parrum. Extra value is of to be
Both sides gave inter- 4 course, expected. : Ii: t
ught out by both sides con- esting ad logical arguments but' e '

rniDg the resent organizations by the decisions of the judgesthe Super-Fine. Ederheimer-Stein Suits at Fifty and Sixty Dollars ., h !" t
f the University, but the judges negative was decided the,win- V ., ',,H 'I
asoned from the facts present- ner. Following this part of the I I L

d that the University was not instate program a talk was given by $ EVERYTHING MEN AND BOYS WEAR __j jPorter 4 '
of organization as Mr. :I
over L. O. Stephens on a subjectof .sti 1.: Ii f
ht any way. present interest, "The Rhur .". < IF '
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AG. CLUB NOTES all and gave everyone present a lit } !: :il
clear and comprehensive view of :9 "
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The members of the Ag Club the question of the occupation on ,L -. ,-- l I'

ho were in attendance last Mon- the Ruhr valley.POETS' ;' .f- : Clothing Co. '. i"'I !

Say' night were treated to a pro- .' -. .:. .:, _,,;1
ram that was both instructivend t I'
enjoyable. From the first CORNER ..... ,
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of the evening to the "" '
umber on ;
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belpiul outcome 01 !S. w. Ames, .; -:' .At! ,..
>!ub notes, the program was ont 'I SOUTH FORIDA'S CALL 0 "<'<,#,II', .. \ ..:-, t :!
was an example of what our -- -- --
iterary societies should mean to I Oh Florida, South Florida, I .

hear Thy call to me A ,
The debate on the question "Re- From hammock land, from cypress \ '
glade, from flat woods wide and '
lved ent is that justified the in French occupying govern-the free; ..-..-....................., ...._..... .....-...:. tl' ;

,bur was one of instructive interest Whene'r my" weary mind grows ---_ r '
because of its present dull with Profs" and classroom's more truly makes me yearnJ for last year, 17 to. 25 for the two will be possible to accomodata 1

broadcast discussion.\ H. G. Mc- bore, Ambitious aim calls m to Red Courses, 18 to26 for the more than fifty percent of the can-
endon and M. A. Booke- upheld I hear again above the lull Thy fame, but still I hear Thee
Breeze's lo"re White Course, and 19 to 27 for the didates that were ; ;
soothing ,
e 'affirmative and won the de- yet; .
Which far Blue Cou rse. Theseage lastjrear, it is expected that many:
bears me !though'
ission of the judges. W. J. Con- O Florida, South Florida, Thy
ley and B. F. Berlock were able Time may bar, on fleeting call I'll 'not forget. limits do not apply to those more will apply than can be admit.
proponents of the negative side wings of dreams. I who attended a Citizens Military ted. By having your request for
of the question. H. C. Sharpley Until I said o'er'hill and vale off THE VAGABOND Training Cap in 1921. Veterans of application on file, you will have
Save a good dis ssion of "Jesse to Thy fields and streams.Oh the World War may be accepted opportunity to receive application .
James and his gang." He ''Wasol1owed The day is old; the night U up to 35 years of age. blank early. All who desire applications I
by E. L. Matthews and Florida, South Florida, coldI Although formal application should staate their date !
nis jolly "witiscisms", which added where blossoms roses rare dream by camp fire burning. blanks have not been received, of birth, and former military ser \
to the good nature of the Throughout the year in mull de- -I scan at 'last o'er mispent past young men of proper qualification vice of any kind. 'I" I.'
eassion no little bit. light without a sign of care; Which sets a tramp's heart yearn-. will find it to their advantage to
For smiles warmlyo'er ing. mail for Ellis "Mac" they tell me \,
M. Smith and E. E. Goethel nature so requests applications to : Say -
ave some very good reasons why her children in Thy clime the acting C. !I. T. C. Officer, ; that you are a prize :winner. Mc- f
U 'Ags should attend the meet- That fruit is ripe in treasured I'm playing lame life's mournful For McPherson, Ga., ,at as earlya 'Clendon: Yes I won a prize onetime J

;s of the Club. It is to be store of blessing all the time, game I date as ,possible, Althoubh it I at a baby show. i :

Pfd that their good advice will And life is sweet as made com- And scorn at life on losing, -- -
plete where all Thy ,beauties But why should I my luck defy? :
followed by many. ______ _4Ira-- -- --I. I.-;1
swarm My heart had its own chosing.I '
\f Club Program Feb. 12, 1923 For in Thy joy there's no alloy- I FLORIDA BARBER SHOP, i. iill :
charm! housewives
source luring is Thy chop up wood for I '
Debate "Resolved that the al- good i
ied nations should release each Oh Florida South Florida how Along my pedestrian way, I Guaranteed Service and Courtesy is our Motto tida Ej

ther from all indebtedness in- oft Thy call out breaks And this is how I earn my J. C. PREVATT, Pr*g. i I
From winding brooks from lagging "chow", "
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purred for the purpose of carryingn ------ ---- --- 4I .ft,
the World War. streams, from clear and crystal Three* meals or less. each day. iJ.
Aff. C. B., Van Cleff, H. C.sh lakes; ,.
Surrounded by their curving And so I go on heel and toe; /
Neg. C. A. Scarborough, I
R. Bethea. Seeds Raising and shore, in sandy, golden strips, My way-worn form I carry
Where rippling waves' have whis- From camp fire here to Bedding Pillow Cases I
larlceting F. C. Paul, Important ,
"arrent pered lore or kissed with silver hay pile there, '; '
Issues, C. H. Taylor. :
I lips. .Discontent to tarry. Sheets, Blankets .
program for Farr ,Literary So- While Ocean's roar, resoundingo'er -
with loud and forceful days of dire the dying fire -
iety Feb. 12, 1923. : RIBBONS-RIBBON NOVELTIES } 7.4 l ,
speech, Depicts a scene of sorrow:
Talk: Aviation America-J. Comes to my, ear, so that I hear, The winds that blow, its ashes : ,
5. Hazard. as standing on Thy Beech. strow,

Talk: Dr. J. M. Farr. Fto'rida So shall I pass tomorrow. We Keep Everything for Your Room@J'1i.
Oh Florida, South ,
Pinellas County Club Meeting how oft I hear Thy voice Yes soon I'll pass on with the

From frisking squirrel, from rabbits .mass

The regular meeting of the :Pi- gay, from song, birds Of old aged souls beyond
Inellas con*v club was held in which rejoice, Where rich. and poor alike endure
Peabody hall Monday Feb. 5. From quail hid in the grasses /
[This was the first meeting of the tall, from turkeys in the Sweet rest, or Erebus wan. .
new semester and it was marked woods,
y the largest attendance of this From ducks which come to makea The night was bleak and I am
ear. Plans for the inter-county call and bring their fatten- weekMisfortune-
broods doth apall; _. ....
askelball tournament were discussed ing - -- -
and Maurice Campbell was While in thy streams the 'gator But now 'tis day; III go my .

wade manager. All Pinellas men dreams, as daring to 'be way- I t tOES
hould apply to him for further sought, .I hear'the tramp's trail call. ', ELECTRIC SHOE REPAIR COMPANY ,.

Information regarding the tour- And there's about a million L. T. P.PLA.S St REPAIRED WHILE YOU WAIT ,
iment. trout just longing to be .
After completing some further caught.Oh BEING MADE FOR I )
of the club it was decided -
to have a theatre party on Florida, South Florida, my (Continued from, page 2) )

{Saturday Feb. 17. -Rat" E. A. memory recalls tied if of the proper! age and po- STUDENT REPRESENTATIVE-H. K. WINTER, ROOM t
[odd was appointed collector of Ten thousand joys, as everything sess necessary educational qualifications I 'I' ____
funds for this joyous event. There within Thy .realm are thrills; which fits candidate for 19 BUCK (AN- .
folks I left at homp commission the ,Officers Reserve -
should be a large crowd out as :The I
[this is the first social event of the waiting the time I will return; Corps. _4I """ !
[season. Do not fail to see "Rat" The girl who is so captivating, The age limits are the_same as v- -


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it ,j!' :.. 'l ; ;>>tend as second class matter, September 29, 1912, at the Post I When in JacksonvilleVisit t
t! !f; t. office at Gainesville, Florida, under the acts of March 3, 1879. .;.

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F { <: l FREDERIC H. LANG VORTH.Y' ..__._.___..______....Editor-in-Chief I ;

I. I ROBERT WRAP _-.._._.. ___::.._ _.__.- ___.__.. :Ianag ng. Editor 0 -0 :
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.:. HUBERT WEEKS _..._..__._.:._'.__..:;::Assistant Managing Editor ,' 1.Furchgott"s .

-1 F- R. A. CARLTON -----.._- ......-;_-__.-.sport, Editor i '
M W. OVERSTREET ..____...__:._A._. .Asst- Sporting Editor store <
D 1, w. RUSSELL KING .__._-__._2 ._....:_..._._._ Make-up EditorK. I '
'. I i K. HANSEN ._....-_....:.._.__.__-......:.'....:-.....__.....__..Joke Editor

t J. F. BLATT: -'--...-..--...-..-......".---..Asst. Joke Editor

iilf; ; I .FRANK'ELMORE, EDGAR BUSBEE .._....:-_..._Society Editors f -

U} B. w. AMES ..._......__._.____.__...__-_.___.________Alumni Editor Where looking incurs no obligation to buy"t

Ij y WILLIAM G. PARMENTER ._....__..__.__.._..Asst. Alumni Editor .--. t

Ijwl -j I N. D. St. JOHN .__........_._._....___:--.._...__.._..__...Exchange Editor :.
ii i HVIRGIL M. BRADSHAW .....___.;____._.._____.___Military. Editor 0 i.. ,

Reporters: J. W. Usher, Don C. Booth, C. D. Keen, G. A. Martell, Sts.
1 i Main Bay and Forsyth 1
4%. i J. D. Sibert, T. H. Parham, Sam Cornwall,, Wallace-Shafer, Frank- ; .
lin West, G. H. Bee, W. Emmons, B. Gamble.
Convenient Corners"clothing
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HORACE. WILSON _____._:___...____-.--.._____-__Business Manager_ "'
I D. A. RAMBO .___-_..._......_.._.....___.Assistant Business Manager furnishings
I Ieve'rythl1lgfor
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-.- How seriously the attitude of the student-body may injure i' college man
:T 1 j the success of the drive for the new Student Activities Building,
or how much it may add to thesuccess of it, has evidently not i "
; .All Mail Orders :
7 r been realized byi a great many well-meaning but forgetful Florida V r ;1

r : I men. At present, with the representatives and the campaign o Filled and For, _j

I t' ]leaders covering the state from end to end, the eyes of all Florida ,: warded 'on the

;# are upon this university and i& student body today, to see whatt : T A
s -- r Day They AreReceived
T happens. Enthusiasm is of It
t! ; t one the most contagious spirits.
F i sweeps forward indomitably: and all who come in its path are --_ ---- ---_ _-

"T swept along with it. On the other hand, nothing can kill a ..

1' : movement or an effort so.quickly and surely as indifference or .

half-heartedness. students are the ones most deeply inter .
a ..
l ested in getting the new building upon the campus and therefore ................ ........ .......... r

l' we should' work for it the hardest. Yet in spite of all that has ---- -- --

I1 j I been, said and done, in spite of the enthusiasm with which everyone ...

v- hails the advent of a Student Activities Building, there are

r "l still a large number of men who are shirking their! duty. \

t 1 Doubtless this is not because these men do not want the

S a ; building here; it is' due laregly to a misunderstanding of its pur

i! ; pose. What this building will contain, how it will be fitted and L

what advantages it will bring to us are no secrets. As for the'
s "
= management' of it, the student-body alone can designate who they

I shall put in charge f of it and how it shall be managed. It is a pAVnTvlENT
s building for, the students,of the University, and as their own P. base is :far as arn'fcial
ct i concerned-may differ widely .
property they hold dominion over it, with
} j no higher authority. to even in the same community. Pavement
; < question their decisions. Even were this not so, it is indeed a requirements far
i ; as type of surface is con.
: selfish and self-centered person who( will ,let a single personal 1 kerned-need never differ if vitrified
\ : i' prejudice interfere with the progress of the University, and used. Design must be ares
-,4, ; Is : to your local
f i not the tye of man that walks our campus, surely. The traffic
men 7cqutremen All
1 ]i:,: : of Florida are conscientious. We do not,want to tell the people demands the most&trvble surface .

,,!I',' : of the state that because of the petty disagreemens a minority VITRIFIED obtainable.

the opportunity of years was allowed to slip away. What we have z I

ti f got to do, and quickly, /s to let the whole world, know how we
I '
stand, and where we stand; that ours is the kind of loyalty thatmakes : rrlPAVEMENTS'-
5 1
:1 all minor matters vanish in the effort to achieve the ideal.

r' I Half-hearted measure will not suffice, nor will the sacrifice of
!! half_ a body make up for the carelessness of the other half. It

: is a question. of pulling together for the good of the university I
; itself. This week the committees !
are going out again over the
-. i s campus everywhere, and no one shall be missed: Every man!! always satisfactorily meet and
",., who so far has not tO t any traffic
:; ; pledged himself will be interviewed personally requirements, soil :conditions
{ : by a committeeman and if influences -
anyone has any doubts about WlfO or financial
1 ; ': the building is for'let when they
( him ask a few questions. The enlightenirient are
: ? f -properly designed end -
f : : may change his attitude. It is not only ,the of, well built. If you always
.\.j i I Ie, f money taken in on thecatnpus that-counts, it is the pledge amount anc| ) surface your roads aDd streets with brick-and-

., \I t' endorsement of the university. to a man.that is' going to win the vary the design to meet local needs-you will
;, J, battle. i 4" always conserve paving taxes. The brick surface -
,-, i. I _: is always durable, and that is
i 1 why brick
:' 'r -. i i -That the press of the state is behind the recreation campai: pavements last so long and

':..'is. !\\1 j i, I t ; Journal is shown by .the following editorial taken from the Jacksonvilld I annual maintenance and repair.cost so little for

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5+ f "The University of Florida iVtci have a men's building which NATIONAL PAVING BRICK

\\l I I,' j will house the student activities into which the students throw> MANUFACTURERS
I \ their enthusiasm. The old idea tnat all the educatin boy or girl ASSOCIATION

"' i : ; _gets is inside the covers of their! textbooks: orwithin the four Cleveland, Ohio
\ walls of the
} t ;J classroom is
gone glimmering. They get their foun
'" r. dations there.
on the foundation
depends the rest. But!
{ I every college campus is a miniature community and there the;
9r- i boys get their first lessons in citizenship. It should
t have such ato
I !t building. And it is asking the citizens of Florida to give it !I rx, try? -
1 ... them. The *s i
f, men's building at S.
will be a source I
h of pride to the
needed state, as well as of value to the students. .It is { 4
and the
citizens of Florida will give it." :


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:CAPT. VAN FLEET through -- t-%
a victory over the V. vital concern, will probably filled been' formerly announced have to use such cuts as are appropriate 3 :l t c
,1 OFFERS SWEATERSTO FOOTBALL MEN ,M.the I, cagers, walloping them to from among the followingmen been difinitely called off 'on account -. in the paper. The above cut of :1 i '
tune of 19
#",' to 15. Both teams : Henry Gray veteran of of Oglethorpe being unableto Lance Richbourg was secured I! to
up some splendid defensive three years; Shorty Gnni, a sub schedule sufficiently games to through 'Mr. Eearnest as were all 1: h 4
f '(Continued from Page 1) work, but Captain Moss, Hait and from last year; "Skinny" Williams warrant a trip i into the state. football cuts run in previous lay ;fl i.. '" '
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1 February 1, J923. Miller
annexing the
of the same class; Foster sues. > t t't'i
Professor P. L. Reed, needed markers to win the game. Smith and MArk' Newton who =<1:..
airman 'Faculty Athletic Com., I I The team then moved on to made good records as pitchers in -.------' ---- f

University of Florida, Richmond where they pnet the the inter-college and nter-c ass : fi :
Gainesville Florida. University of Richmond Spiders games of last year. Also among
Thursday night. While the game these will be found Ted Pendarvis, i i
Dear Professor Reed: resulted in a 27 to 26 victory for whose reputation as a pitcher was "
In behalf of the R. O. T.C. Post coming a formidable quintet. well established in West Florida t-ti i

Jxchange, desire to offer to each I the Spiders it showed that the baseball before coming to the uni- ,., I
.the Varsity football players who Varsity men were gradually be- versty.; -
wo letters during the past sea- Newton and Hait proved the big -The schedule for this season as ,N i

eon." ar honor sweater. point getters for the Gators each announced by Manager Buck Carl- .i7'i";. I II
This i, possibly due to the prof- ringing the basket three times. ton will embrace between 22 or
fts made by the exchange on goods I The defensive work of the team 24 games, and is given out 'as t r i I
sold to the student body, and it I again received mention. follows: Southern College at :
is my desire that these profits Lakeland Maria<< 16-17; '.Rollins r; l
Rhould be returned to student'ac- COACH RICHBOURG CALLS College at Winter Park, March 13 I; !
fchitfes In this way, the gift is FIRST BASEBALL PRACTICEFOR -20; Stetson University at Deland, LANCE RICHBOURG SOPHISTICATED } i
the letter men of '22 from the larch 21-22 Stetson University; I
MONDAY AFTERNOON ; Lance will guide the destinies of You'd be surprised at what f
tudent body. at Gainesville, April 12-13; Ogle- the 'Gator Varsity baseball squad he knows! He didn/t learn f' :
truly at Atlanta tentative it all in book, either. For h t
i Very yours thorpe ( ) Ap- the He a t.
Continued through coming .
season. '
from Page One
J. A. VAN FLEET ) ril 18-19; Georgia Tech at Atlanta instance-his clothes are ;:,' Pdreams I
Kv Captain Infantry and who are expected to come thru April 20-21 Mississippi A. & M. has called the first practice for and his grooming: an i ;; +;l
; ,
Monday afternoon and will have inspiration. hI I j
this 1 I
Reed's reply is as folows season are I. W. Scott; "Lefty" Starkville 25-26
Professor College at April ; the big squad working hard He gets that finely turned-out i Iheadlrom"Vaseline"lIairTonic.
Spencer George Hitchcock !
: J! ; ; Mississippi College at Clinton, Ap-
day next week. It smooths and the hair. }, I
Pat grooms
Cfcptain J. A. Van Fleet, ] Owens; Henry :McClendon;;t ril 23-24; U. S. Infantry schqol at :
At all stores and student
rofessor Military Science ,and. I Joe Simmons H. Logan. ,f'o','*( Columbus (double header) April The Alligator acknowledges the, barber shops.. I I '
Tactics, The pitching staff for this year, 28; Rollins College at Gainesville, kindnessof Business :Manager Every .V ClMliH product it
which seems to be a problem! of "Bob" Earnest of the Seminole recommended everywhere&eause
niversity of Florida. May 3-4; Southern College at of itt absolute purity ,
; who has and I. '
staff given permission effectiveness.
ainesville, Florida. Gainesville May 10-11.
y Dear Captain Van Fleet: In addition to the above games :
The Faculty Athletic Committee fortunate.Mother-{Poor Jimmy is so un there will probably be a series of I VaselineHAIRfONIC I' }

rtainly feels that your offer of I games arranged between the Atlanta
a honor sweater to each Versity I Caller-How's that 1- team of the Southern Association FOR RENT I
ootball man who won his letter Mother During the track meet and with the Philadel- Nice quiet rooms in same t
n 1922, shows a fine spirit of co- I _ie broke one of the best records phia Nationals. The games With I block as the College Inn. i ',1-i '" .

peration. This offer will surely they had in college.-The Tulane Oglethorpe University for March 129 College Park Ave., iChesebrough, _Mf9' 'I Iconscfctefed .i
e appreciated, not only by theen Hulabaloo. 7-8 at Gainesville which have : ( )', ": ,. I
who will receive sweaters, ;I
ut also by every one in the Uni-
ersity who 'fs" interested fn ath-**- -.
'tics. .

Please convey to each man conjcted I ATHLETIC SUPPLIES ;;
with the R. O. T. C. Post
| ;
change the sincere appreciationthe "

Yours very truly, ,; r; .. .' .f CIGAR .''J .i
REED -J_ .
P. L. '

|Chairman. Faculty Committee': onthJetics. > ELI WITT Distributors CIGAR CO.. BAIRD HARDWARE CO. I j' ,. i

:,' .:, Phone 7
ARSITY ON ROAD : Tampa Miami Jacksonville :

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(Continued from Page 1) .
ieduled game behind them were ., ., .............. ... ....'.. ...... ....... I

match for the Tech basketeers, R. O. T. C. POST EXCHANGE ;

o had already played five or sixes 1 I.+ I It.

the final score giving the I. Co-Operative i/i
den Tornado a 52 to 20 victory. .
e defensive work of the en-
squad in the Tech game was Military ;and Athletic Goods a Specialty I

the highest type, "Check" Byrd | Sporting Goods It 4 it .

neth Hait and Miller proving .
Rear of H I
e best point getters. '. Engineering-Bldg.
They came back with a rush in .

eir Monday night game with Fellows we're newcomnrs among Gator advertisers bat front now '" ", "",,-,, -- ...... '. j
T .
?nchburg, Virginia, "five" repre- .1 <$> on we'll be in here strong for al1'Gator activities. especially in 1- .
ntmg Lynchburg College and the sPorts line. 3a.r..--

le again losing put up a note- Y JA Ir.---
i>rthy birap, the score being 34 When yon need a good track shoe,'gym, suit basketball, baseball V

19. tennis, or. golf supplies, let us know. We carry'the standard. O
[Only the long shots of the <> brands. ?
: ''ibu y T":'n defeated them, for AYou CUPID ON'THE:VALENTINEis
xcerpt<< from a Lynchburg pa- <> Tampa Alumni .Remember us whe you buy athleticgoods
,. Floridian'sat. a complete line and a fine stock of fishing tackle.
sat i that "the We carry the only man in Gainesville who c go calling without ,
defense was easily the best wearing any cloth'es. -
>iiHted i here this season.. "
""' lon was the outstanding I Sportsmen Supply Company | Are you going to stay home, ,wear the old suit or buy one .
t: (If this game, his long range of those new sparing patterns that are arriving: daily
>ts and defensive work being TAMPA, FLORIDA I. 3
Jot A as "some of the best ever r Nuff: Sed
and Florida Are. Phone 3417 Opposite Portoffice Jfr 'I 1
pn_ on the local co rt. .
ban. aKo, displayed a good brand- .. fi BURNETT T H RI'

("day the team rested and was .0\

guests of the of the Lynch- < .
g Rotary Club. .
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W ea V ers team Laundry lJI

Join the Laundry Club now and let,us serVe you.. ,

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--- d .o. C......VP... HALL T
---- Smith, left alone and expose: -- DJ:. REAriJ
{ + + + + + + + + + + + Alligator goes to press Gordon ,
+ + nothing

+ + + world with OR
t + + + + + + + + + + of the winds of the ABOUT MARQii
F ahead
I' is two votes
Petteway fall back on? -
but his brain to -
: It : K. K. HANSEN ATROCITIES J. F.; BLATT + Orville Berg. Other contestantsare Tomorrow he must hand ia, a Crane hall, the b eel
not far behind.
sub- house, which is
; mighty discourse upon some : rapidly
1 TRIALSOF -' of life which under no completion, will be rea4, ..
lime phase
,f{ I +. + + + + + + + + + + + + + + THE TERRIBLE :
+ + cupation
n + +. + + + + + + TRILLIBUS SMITH circumstances must ever hint of a by March 1. ,

\ fishing trip or a picnic. I pleted the cost will be

z i : I ""I' HELP WANTED: Easy work bandit held Bill up while his accomplice I Slowly, wearily,despondently, I With an impotent sigh and a I The exterior of the buibc'!
t i rifled the lockers and where, gesture that in harmony with
for three efficient engineers. I he dragged himself along, the bed to
himself J
II; : ;Wad consists of hunting up locations stowed the loot in bag. Summon- he knew not Behind him loomedthe he lose flung his thoughts upon in the arms of buildings while the interior It (
f from advertisements like threw dark drear walls of his prison.He nishings and
; ;r I ing all his strength He tossed and tumbled, ; decoratio
I tie following: Room for rent. Ap- was released, and yet not released morpheus. rich and highly &jjj
j i himself thru the door, dashed up moaned and sighed, but no sleep. artistic
J" j&y 129 3-9 yds. north north east thereferee he. was free and yet built primarily for
I ; 1 the stairs, made his way to The village clock pealed the hour the i ,
B. F. B. chest,
er College Inn. His head sank low upon his catholic g*
; :.-.a and had him give the throb- of one and yet no sleep. His the men here at thi Ie 1'tie
his brain
I j alarm. Had it not been for his his eyes burned, chaos, grizzled by the versity but those of oUe\
mind a
}r" Meterlogieal Poetry ,ved there was no eseape-non Ha was will not be
: :. heroic escape and prompt action, black fear of the impending hor excluded Cn It
I; t a pocketboook .containing thirteen had fought it out time and time o'clock three, and then named in honor of Ha ECmE
i ,it t There are meters iambeic, cents cash and a Y. M. C. A. card .again and always in the end hefared there ror. Two broke upon ,his ear a most Crane, is designed to J Al
; There are meters frachaic, have been recovered the same dreadful issue. about
would not ; it the "WhatHo thirty-five men. Tie ttU
musical, blessed sound, was 11
1 There are meters of it was dropped by the thieves in Suddenly, without knowing novr cock's crow. He sat be sixteen bed rooms. ft*, j]
the It
i 11 tone, their haste to escape. The Alligator he got there, he found 'aioiself i this listened it was rooms, a chapel and a lardroom i
aid stock still and. Iitiq t1h
thats sweeter, from
meter Mechanically
:Bat the
I !: congratulates Mr. Pepper last the day had come. 40 x 26 feet. Tin u
I neater, completer, received force of habit, Tor there was no true, at
the honor he has will be of
upon a new
'j deathly pallorin very bin
J' ( Us to meet her in moonlight hope now, he picked 'up a pencil His face took on a 1 ie
//blending' of Early Spaaajj"]
mirrored a
he sat his was I.'t .
f: i alone. Earliest returns from the Seminole and a pad of paper. Thus eyes him Gothic with Spanish
.. '; blankly before him, fear. Suddenly an idea struck pndaaa t:

I, !: : ,'1V. Dear ?Mr. Florida Alligator, that "Rosebud"popularity Ferris contest is indicate in the his there mind, soaring fixed upon that one ob- i like a fellow with 'heavy fear, ing. The small will gardens do wbd a f.
aloud great was being planned pj<4 .,
the Uni- cried so
entered there he
l : I have just lead in the race for the distins- sessing fear, the thing, which he hesitate ward enhancing tthe already
Florida as a first year his joy, "I'll let this theme cf.S
TEtsity of the tomorrow. To-
i tion ,of being the most handsomeman must face on
; tiful exterior. Fred
lay $ !
not with that he eadrisb,
do bit and
but ,
student, please the day a
lav Black Friday, I
(: altho he is hard pushed by morrow was
the architect for the
-j.: told that against me. Am also Tarzen Har1 1ess. The fight for upon which his English theme down and slept the sleep of one btb I
not let that a and having planned it from deska
from Georgia but do who has solved great
;{ i laziestt man is also interesting was due.
very Father E
want .ask a few D. C. B. conceived by Coaoley.
I to Trillibus mighty problem
t.: worry you. and quite, close as well; as the What will become of i
will t
which I you
questions ::::::::
: .
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rew (
t' answer for me. Being a ---------- -- ---

'"i r 't sae and the I following seek enlightenment are strange,. to .... .................. ....,..... ............ .4 t,

"Duke" Baya a real duke and r.- (
:; J i H so from what country,? He ;
,I. t looks like an Irishman. ,
'f; Is "Shorty" Gunn anything like -

r. Uenny Jennings? ,
Ai'lists" found in ; !
: Are the -
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the Ag College? f--
Pie K. A. something to eat?
: Is J t.
:Miller make : c
didn't Glover "
: j. I Why .

j'I 1. the What All-American made J. B.? bald? t j :

If Hawkshaw must be a popular all t -I t IP ,-" rI FELLOWS : F Fr I

girt. EverY time she passes i I Is t. .'
t>T the fellows call out to her. i !

: Who is James Winfield engagedt I .. 1

t ? r t 1j j
I. Barrs as great as -:
; Is

r t t "bf Hoping says he that is? I have not asked ;.. : ,t ." I."IIIIIif"i' .. Patronize Alligator Advertisers :' : I ;;
I j will cause undue : t ; ;; ; :
anything that -
.:; I exertion: on your part, I remain, "IIIIIif"i'I /' t:1j.t : i' ,, / .. .. ,
\ Lawfully. yours, : : Vi' ,c.":.. _,. ,-.'.;"so
: -
r ; '. I I i B F. B. 'Z'r"" ':, '--' .* .:- ." "I Iy ,

h -
T to be shot at ;
; sentence you -+ :' .' _____.______ -.1 ,.
sunrise. I .
s : x "Sorry, Colonel" but I don't get .: t tII ; ., .' ,- ..: ,
Up that early. -
ri 1 i .-...-..- t S 'f.< ) \... .,' \ ,
.' claims that, Ii
I I al Sergeant last he has Hundley found the perfect 'II: 'j 7'; "- -The Florida Alligator-the ': ,- S 1 w
It I' >
: of
: i i.1. type S
tens: that one day recently Sylvester t. publication of the University; :
,1 I Middleton called the ,roll inKs '

1 I platoon at drill and reported ''I' .... of Florida- YOUR paper't
} S ; + himself absent. Sylvester, ,being ; R-
i "
I .'i'i not live and it ';. -'
r. ; i essentially honest, 'was quite : can prosper as '
snare that his mind was off in ..
I ; f :
J support' i
I i Tallahassee, so being present in should, without the
IDly 'but not ,in spirit, he just reTorted S'I F

,, II himself accordingly. I'' :..i. of its advertisers. They want ... I ,
I I. It will undoubtedly' interest the t' your trade and are good, reli- ;

: classmates of Mr William Pepper, '. .
;i! ... Jr., to learn that he was latelyI I. able firms to do business with. ",

:,:1. tie recepient of .a Carnegie medal '.. ,
4 ::1 I for conspicious bravery. Man.y i Si.s 1 They are backers of the Uni- ;

,! .f his friends have been earnestly ; -
t "I f muting: to this end for the past versity and its activities. : ;,

,.- I T : They are making possible this -t
; !; their success. Bill is to be congratulated r

: : on being the only stu- t : .f.-
: i: of the University who is the paper and want your busi S 1' "

I I.----------proud! possessor of such a distincftoao. 1 '. i

., ness. Give it to th>m. ., ..., I !
1 The circumstances which led to + t 5 '
5 -
+ ', : file presentation of this medal to Tell them you appreciate their ..1 l 1

I 3Sr. Pepper ,are clearly remember-.
I4 'i; e1 Sy all old men, and it is quite \ ad in the Alligator. S i. 'Pr

; Idly that many of the freshmen V.I. : \ : ]-
i Ssrre learned of it by this time. z ti : .

List spring while the Rollins 5- .5 ,4r

t :. feiziet was valiantly battling S --. ; 5- I.
-\ fiife.strong gator five in the Gym- i .. --_....-- .
Bill's suspicions were r
\ : astsom, :, I,
t t : assessed: by a peculiar and unseem- I I 1I '
i ,
if ifj
.' : 3j noise in the locker rooms. He / 3 w .

i= iS Bald afterwards in an' interview 1 \, .

'i I j *fc&t he at first thot that! it, was abut .
realized later that it / r t.
f ; '
ki zmt have been the potent report Patronize Alligator Advertisers
I 1 ,
1 .
d s cork sud4enly withdrawn I. ; I '
1 .
f tram a bottle. 5a -
> Silently stealing down the stairs 4 I r
I ; to the basement, he had barelysestared I '

the door when a masked S ..._.. ", __ "' 4II _--1 _......,... ..., ... '
(J terglar thrust what Bill insisted

I'I was a gun between his eighth and "-'..... 4F J
'4i froth ribs. Altho Bill has alwayseaaintained i
\' S that it was a gun the -- ,
peculiar nature of the bruise, has I
Sag many to think that it was a .

S #_: ee of gas pipe. Anyway, the .:.:.:.:.:.:.:+:.:.:.:.:.:.:4[.:.:.:.:.:. .=.=.:.=. .:.:+ :.=.=.:.:.:.=.:.:.:.:.:. .:.:.:.:.:. ..... ..t. -It


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I ft. + + + + + + + + + ++ +' + + + + + + + I -
+ + + +
i The budgett committee will ,recommend -

+ I *to the student body that

NEWS \ 4J +i I we send a delegate if the faculty Popular Goods at Popular Prices afcBURKHIM'S .

+ i I approves. I .1
N. D. St. Job. + I The committee requisitions honored: the following f s

+ 1. '$100 for Gymnasium fund. ,
+ + tt + t'1"Ftt + !' + + + + + II ; { i ii
F ft. + + + + + + + t + 2. $100 for Trainers fund. .
- ---- - -+ ssI .
a ._ 3. $200 for the Seminole.
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dL''EGIE prize of
$300.00 were ron I : .-
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INSPECT FACTORIES Frank H. N2l3< of for Uniiersitdl ,
I ; i'
Chicago, and Second hono' and 4

15 a part of their!* regular program -$200.00 wont to Jogendra N.: Sahn:: I' and I f You Know How We Stand on All College Matters f I 1 i! t z.
of the I
the students of Carnegie The Umveirfly of Michigan. COMPANYDruggists ___ ... -._ ,- __ 'f I
+N 'teck inspect the mines and factories I. p. A. announces a similar" I '
aroond their university. Thiscioo1 co..test for t'ic' spring :enn with: : Phone 32 .f .
4 is ideally locatetd for suchgtiYi6CS $J,oeooo In cash Prl"zes.- -lmsor.. k - -sI ,.....'..-.........................i J .;

,6tez: of, Pittsburgh manufacturing being in th the? -White. II I---------Sanitary Cleaning- & ,I II i SPORTING GOODS .i. itr: : ,

N'EIL.t:; SAYS FUTLrtE I Football Tennis t. '''
Uited States. The first week, ofu..econd STARS : (.- -;-
semester has become WILL BE COLLEGIANS I Pressing Club i! Hardware of All Kinds .: .it f : z

tes bon become as inspection customary week for the and var-it Los Angeles.--Screen stirs of I Opposite Star Garage I i SEE US t I "

of Science and the future will come from the uni-

4w iou, feW departments!in Industries: to take trips versities Neilan of the country, Marshall I LET US CLEAN 'EM I It II : THE THOMAS COMPANYi. .. di'Ji-i x

tough some of the large manufacturing director and producer, re- I Phone 22 i;

plants and mines of this lieves. Neilan is 'now corresponding t Dyeing and 'Pressing Also WEST SIDE OF SQUARE ;1 -. -
The Carnegie Tartan. with university officials seeking '
strict : if"t '(
cooperation in Phone 675 t
COURSE IN talents. "More breeding finding, screen good I .............................. p ;
SUMMER -------_
TRANCE FOR AMERICANSThe looks, and, culture are found K"t
among university students than saBfiLgfaggfaggfitfis

; committee for educational among any other classes," said A. H. Doran R** ; f A

travel in courses France at is French offering Universities vacation -- Neilan McGill are Daily."and pictures it is these fost need.-qualitiesthat I For Bicycles Accessories and Bicycle I :| GAINESVILLE FURNITURE COMPANY O "-- k j! I

and students
to the faculty 232 East Main Street South
universities. An eight I
"American -
diy journey through France is She (over telephone) Can't you i i Victrolas and Records

I" included of the in the entire arrangement.trip of 72 days The_ come He Wh out -er-I tonight have? an exam A to- KlI I! i,tll i'

from cost New York to New York, in- morrow. tTIopsTo i i D. R. COX, Proprietor TELEPHONE 8SHiijiUiifZJgfBaBfiagf t;_

She You see, father stayed at r 1k t.
eluding the instruction, is approx-

t nuttely $6.t8-The Carnegie' Tar- the party club, and, mother-.brother-. is at a bridge,- I: TAILOR I !!Y; 11 1 ". ,

i to. !R a Ii
He-111 drop the course and see

!FLORIDA'S FOOTBALL RANK: you in ten minutes. I t AND t ,ji.. Ii'i

f t l r Intercollegiate-- -Athletic ranks Irate Professor "Young nan, do t DRY CLEANER t t ST. PATRICK'S CATHOLIC CHURCH : "-t ti

about this _
anything !
you know '
i f the University of Florida amongst ? E. MAIN STREET, NORTH : I IF t
course I
the seventh ten great football t, ,
Phone 354
Man "A little, sir. What
{ teams of the past aseason. Other would Young like to know?" I Reverend John Conoley, S. T. L.:, RectorTELEPHONE ,: :
you ---- -- '
EE teams in this group are I 629 _..t .? ;.. i. :
Ei E Missouri, Coe Rutger, Wabash, --- ---- :s:
Dr. Albion Eli Smith, a world I II
i Ei Richmond, Virginia! and Oklahoma. I
traveler and a student of philosophy !
i( addressed the Flint Chemi- I .
EMORY R. O. T. C. INSPECTED I SUNDAYS-:-10:30 A. M. and 7:45 P. M. 11 } : !
cal Society Wednesday evening on BLADESSharpened .,
P f -- J
the subject "Chemistry. the be- I WEEKDAYS-7:30 A. Mi ;
General Chas. S. FarnsWorth II I ,
at about t
one- {
and clearly delivered, and I .I
I Chief of the Infantry of ginnin ; I
i the U. S. Army, and Major General of a nature to start one thinking.He third the cost of new bladesSWEARINGEN'S I Ii Ii' :

David C. Shanks, Commandant has visited over two hundred i I II .. ... ................... f. d
his from
universities I
[ of the Fourth Corps Area of the on I !
f U. S. Army reviewed the Emory over the world, gleaming from I II ALEX CAFETERIA -n.
them the knowledge upon whichhe AT IDEAL CAFE ; FRESH CLEAN GOOD I' !
S. 0. T. C. at a special parade I -
last week. In speaking of the deVelopment bases his philosophy. I Opposite Fire Station t i

( of the Unit and of the three According sciences to, Phisics Dr. Smith, Chemistryand the -- -...-" -- I : "Here's the place to get : : III' J
remarkable of the men
Botany embrace all life. Phy what :you want when :
Major Falligan, after the parade
sins deals with the transformation + want it. : : I
. Major General Farnsworth statedAat Chemistry with i iI : yon i iATHLNG
of energy
the Emor ybatallion has imProved I II'j'
i the transformation of matter and f
fully 75 percent since his : at ANYTIMESEE ,
Botany with both the transfor- e + : -
former last ;;
review of the Unit on

I Bay. He also expressed surprise mation of to matter life. The and knowledge energy as, :.............................-.<< Ir
ad admiration at the display of applied I II
law and authority of the use of
pare loyalty to their Alma Materof t
in its own scientific I L
anything I
the entire student body.--The :
I nature. By seeking into the sciences \ ;

Emory Wheel. I of Chemistry, Physics and Bot- I Vidal Drug Company j it: .

we draw nearer to the great I I :
U. of Illinois Hobo ParadeA any which creates the Universeand I FOR DRUGS, STATIONERY TOILET ARTICLES, I t
come to reverence and respect
senior Hobo parade was held
things themselves, and the Makerof I yoI
the other day by the seniors of the -

University of Illinoois. Several all things. ," V\Tc Our Own Lenses
Knowledge, honesty, goodwill grind
prizes were distributed to the persons I THE REXALL STORE NO. 2 r
and freedom to act are necessaryto
and NODELAYQaJnesVille I
having the most striking
and alsoto '
in the sciences
most original costumes. The first success I 719 W. University Avenue
life. One must have the neces- Florida.I .
Prize went to Some of the ,
Cupid. ,
well known characters representedwere. sary intelligence before he can do, College Stationery Pennants Drugs Toilet Articles, s
and must understand the things he I I
Smith Brothers (of cough Fountain Pens.
is:working with. He must trust the t
drop fame). Andy Gump, The E '
J which he worked, .. Nearest the University
Sheik Daniel Boone, Diognes,. agencies >y "The Drug Store
and treat them with care and
Captain Kidd and Rudolph Val en- frosted / Prompt Delivery Service r
consideration. He must be
Speculator.A by others and must have the fsl PHONE 360-W

freedom aa4t! opportunity to accomplish _
long distance of well -v""
runner a
those. things he sets out. t tI : t
known college in the south was I I

making his cross-country runs to do. Smith's lec- II I II I
The object of Dr. I f fN fY
every evening field preparing day. :for theDoming ture was to.i awaken enthusiasm I I -475- 'i iit STYLE : ;

Chemistry, by
.. in those studying .4
a HIs i
laundress, who several
was ,.
showing to I _
weeks behind with his washing, of this science in everyday t SINCE THE ALL THE WHILE ;
met him on the street the day portance of stead I t WAR t
life. After years
after she had seen him on his Not a cheap imitation but the ':'
ruin his track suit. s*udy he has come to believe that t highest grade slices on the t tOur -
it is so fundamental that it shouldbe market for Men who demand system of operation makes -
I L.
George. she said, "Ise
taught in all the schools and I he best at reasonable prices. unexcelled
ffw TC bring your clothes pretty I Made in a standardized unit for exceptional values- 4.
older. ,
the child I t _
!O\!!. Don't go out. in your un4a extended.. as grows I t I factory where only the latest r: 4

dotes any more."-Emoty. t styles Are adopted. Material t tI service.. : ,
W Budgett Committee Report t and workmanship of the highest -
At the last meeting the Bud- i I! class. Real Calfskin uppers I ._ ....;.... 1 '
-- I .
Committe on Jan. 36th a let- t solid oak leather soles and 'I
ESSAY CONTEST the counter, Wing Foot rubber t
ter from the president of t /4IPI'I (
heels lasts that have style fit Snits-Hats-Famishbg Goods
Sndents: of 21 nati3".a.ks -I student body of Georgia Teeh was I comfort. Just the shoes you are I
from 1JO different collets and read which invites the U. of F. to I looking for. Come and see

oar, ',' Canada join in with other schools of the II I I
""rs.ite: n tit U. S. a- BAILEY THE CLOTHIER
send delegate to a .. .
narticipat-d in the Int ..:.-.or.a S. I .C. to a them.LC.S I

) Essay Contest of the Intercollegiate I council to be held in Atlanta on II I I TAMPA, FLORIDA /
in Student
l PronihiMia AssouVon! in I February 9 and 10 a

the fait! te-m First plate ai',I a Athletic Association. .-woe- .- -


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PAGE. EIGHT t\ --.a. .
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} RIFLE TEAM FIUES ;Vancleff, Simmons, Coe and Sias

I PLACES IX to compete in Seminole ContestAt -: I
,HIGH.. Subscribe for The Alligator. 'e

I ; OPENING lATCH ihe beginning-of the year it 'A.I' .

I phase of Hair' ThatWon'tStayCombed '
was noticed that one For
1 (Continued from Page 1) ---
91 D. I. Disbennet, 91; H. D. athletics was being neglected on ------ '
; It f fI ;
that a mess ,I Auerbach's Fine Candies
grand the campus,' and was
Smith, 91. This gives a, .
:' total of 920.x hall eating team. Since "Florida" t I 10c It I -: : For wiry;fractious hair-soft

':.t r In the second stage of the must be second to none in every GROCERIESDORSEY I t tI 'fluffy hair-for any kind of hair

+' I ., Fourth Corps Area Gallery Competition thing, this team was of course at 1| & CO. J JI I \',I that won't behave use Stacomb.

!, the University of Florida once organized. Tl''outsvere I| __ __ __-- I I Your hair will stay combed all
Gallery team bettered its total of numerous, right off the bat. There -- day if you use Stacomb. Ideal after f
the previous week by ten points, some fifteen or twenty men .so e --"I{ :: washing your hair. Restores natural i
:= making it 930, which means that I,,to come out in Beginning, and Rooms-With or It ItI J oils washed out.Adds .
life and luster.
on an average each man shot onepoint thoug all were ardent in their j jI | BoardCANOOCHEE ) I It
than he did before. Ask your barber for a Stacomb
I higher training but four men have succeeded LODGE | -'
t ; .
j This is very encouraging to those' C making the team. I| I ...
"_ W. University Ave. At all UG.v. &L eRIQ
i ? in charge and is increasing thA is based 1211 I druggists. 1 Olri
: Insomuch as game I. M alII the Hair I
r fI !; efforts of the men to better their wholely upon distance and speed I--------- Slay C'aJelI
I >"
Ii scores even JIlore this week.. 'a's in track," the positions are the
j\ The ten men who composed lastweek's the cinder path. J. W. M'COLLUM & CO. --
same as on --- =
f Feb. 3rd. DRUGGISTS ----- :--= --- --
team firing on Fof instance we have a man who .
i ;, were H.. D. Smith? 94; D. I. Dis- places in the hundred yard dash. THE REXALL STORE ---

:. +, bennett: 94;'P. J. tank, 94; C. A. That man*is Sir. Vancleff, and he Agents for GATOR BARBER SHOP At
1': 'Scarborough, 94; L. T.* Bice, 93; does it in something better than Liggetts and Norris Candies! First-Class Service frog I'
i '
I W. C. Knight, 93 H. M. Salley Hall Fla.i i
; nine biscuits by the Mess Gainesville I With College Inn
E. Mt Schabinger, 92 C. T. DaVies r:
: 93; ; 'clock.: Ir. Vancleff also has wonderful SA.M.to7P24.

:: 1 ,--, 91A.; L. ,Dehon, 91. endurance in the five mile. Everything Electrical Two Good Barbers \

.. He starts off in this event with theI'SU
y 'f I H. E. HOWE TO GIVE 'a "hundred-yard dash" stride and JOS. J. SEYKORAPHONE I

, i ? LECTURE, IN GYM accelerates in Speed to the end. 107 'l'b
---- mention as "long distance" men. I I EDISON PHONOGRAPHSSheet id1

I I :--f jj;j (Continued From Page One) They are not much for speed but : ,

J I I, t ,nt! Chemical Society he is the voice of both of them have developed a Music String Instrument*r tos
1 j' N .: the 18,000 members, which compose "wind" that is inexhaustable.They S II 0E S KELLEY MUSIC CO., Next Door to Miller'sii \ s

I t' r : I' ; ":. the'gre test-scientific organization run .best on a "hot-cake"

'i yr ; in existence. track. Last but not least is Andy H B. M. TENCH H w

i :; Dr. Leigh urges every student Simmons. We should be proud ofAndy. .;,; t(

k .w and member of the University He"is the only athlete ,of 1 '1 t,

'i : i: faculty, and citizen of Gainesville 'his kind known not to break training 0 Gainesville, 0 VALENTINES gv t
"t JJ1 to be present at this lecture. for 365 days out of the year. ;;

'. (,. t 1! It is a great opportunity to learn He is the man 'who carried off the E Florida E ,

t: of recent regress: in science man- honors in the "meet" held just The cutest and most appropriate, you flay (

i nfacturies. before Thanksgiving.\ He beat ,
The chemist faces a grave sit Vancleff by 75 chews and won the S HOE S ever laid your eyes on.Surprise. -

:. uation. The German manufactories gunpowder fire poker. ,

1 r ':, released from th constraint These men are entering the
t .' I f of the war, have on hand a mar Seminole's contest for the biggest I i : "Her" -

{. : velous system for the making of' eater. Men, they have been loyalto I Eagle Barber Shop I ,
t chemical products, and with the they deserve your I .
you, now
i 1 advantage of cheap labor, are now support! Lets every body back FOR

'i flooding the markets of the world. them tThe IIf t tI J
r ': l Under our very nose our command, men on the steam have .J.
--- --- ---- ..
[ of the manufacture of chemicals unanimously as being S
i I; :t I':' ;t in our own country is slipping I I 'gone in on favor record of changing from I you: call once you'll call' It Itt ; ::1

; \ '- away from us. l spoons to spades as the weapons. t again. J I THE UNIVERSITY BOOK Sl6RE :1I
t tt
# Mr. Howe is coming from Washington
t{ of offense in competition.. Next boor to Alachua Cafe I j I
I: 1 !t to make three lectures in It is said that the Sem nole t PALEY BOYD |I Basement Language Hall
Florida. The Sunday following his I the Committee I t
1; J staff will recommend to fI
t f, j address here he will speak before on Athletics that these in- t .. i! II I .
-- -
j - -
I "the greatest open forum in the I 'door atletes be awarded an "F" in I
i" 1 world" at Daytona Beach, where recognition of their value to the I '

s I; 3,500 people' will hear him. From University. This new "F" will be PUBLIC SALESWe I I New Lin eof University Jewelry and Stationery, Large

there he goes to Mt. Dora. This fork and
i is part of the Lyceum Course, and 'spoon.made up. of a knife have purchased 122,000 t Assortment of Pennants, Freshman Caps, Mem

J I there is no admission fee forI' pair' U. S. Army Munson last (
Books Etc.
t either, stndetns or town people. COLONEL BRYAN AND MR. shoes, sizes 5 1-2 to 12 which It ory ,

I'I'I'I' and everyone is urged to be pres was the entire surplus stock of ..
f WHITE CARRIED CAMPAIGNON Government ----- ---- ---- --- -
U. S. -
ent. one of the largest
I .. I '. \w EAST COAST PAST WEEK shoe contractors. WffiKgHE3fiUiirillgJ
( This shoe is guaranteed one
", TEACHER DEBATE (Continued from Page 1) hundred per cent solid leather, THE PHIFER STATE BANK
: 1 CHOSEN in Engineering College bellows tongue, I
Yaranoff. the color dark tan, GAINESVILLE
) ;1 Pete Harris in the Arts and dirt and waterproof. The actual !y; FLORIDA ..

rt 1 The subject for the lawyer- Sciences College, and "BUT Wardin value of this shoe is $6.00.

teacher debate of the 27th has the Law College. These. men Owing to this tremendous buy -- __ _____ ... eII ,
II been chosen. It is: Resolved that ]twill have assistants in their respective we can offer same to the pub t
\' 1 Florida should adopt a working colleges and through lic at $2.95. FIRST NATIONAL BANK

I I !. man's compensation law. them an intensive campaign will Send correct size. Pay postman t Incorporated 1888

The affirmative will be in the be carried on on delivery or send money t Capital $100,000 Surplus, $150,000 'tI

hands of the teachers with Roy order. If shoes are not as represented GAINESVILE, FLORIDAJOHNSON'S .
; Hinson and W. J. Bullock to
1 1 we will cheerfully refund '"
--- -------o..
the teachers side. The lawyers
A nice front bedroom; also table your money promptly upon
have not yet chosen their ---------- -
L.: representatives. They will carryon board one block northwest .College request. I .
,. National Bay State Shoe Company t PHARMACY
the negative side. The place Inn. ,. 296. Broadway,. New, Drugs Medicines, Stationery, Toilet and, Rubber Goods!
+where the debate will be.held. is ,
Y.Somewhere. We guarantee personal attention Onfr
York. N. to
,rr ; to be decided later. SEE MRS. M. L. PEEL. Prescriptions.
I purest drugs used. Low prices. Quality considered.
Gainesville Florida. ,
;! /
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Lives a Man .
I am Looking for and He is 1 ----- -------- ,


:S 9:40 Sunday School H. O. en'
MEN [ want a man who worked his Enwahl, Teacher of College JJ X:
: I
way thru college by selling Class. & \ }
i: -t : books, aluminum ware, brushes,
;; j" bonds maps, views or other Preaching 11:00 and 7:30. Epworth League 6:30. \ \

specialties; a clean-cut, congenial ---------- -----,..:

:; I Now is the time for Spring Shirts. We have the fellow science who and has art been of trainedin selling ,-. ----- ---------- ..-.- 4,'

the stripes and checks with soft collars. merchandise direct to the consumer t -'
; has had experience in I Greenleaf & Crosby Company
Also plain whites in Oxfords and Pongee hiring and training college men t
a I ", to sell specialties; has made a .
weaves. record; a worker who believes t JEWELERS i '
in knowing his merchandise; a
Ft I
:- : t ; I man who has made and saved : .
; : money; a man who has ambition t Jacksonville Florida -
; j I .
:backed up by a burning de
: I Priced from, $1.75 to $3.00t I sire and willingness to pay the 1

K price is.of only success limited; where by the the limitations reward -. I Medals, Class Rings and Pins. Commit

\ I of the man himself. If t tees in search of loving
t cups or ,
: you are the man, write me a per .
sonal letter, giving me full de- t suitable for Golf Tennis or other athletic -

4 il A. C. SMITH CO tails tell of me your why past you experienceand think you t events, will find it an easy matter jot

are the right man.- Choose from
t packages which
we .;
Dl .# ; South Side Square J. H. NORTRIDGE t will gladly send upon approval. '
n tj':, 717 Globe Ave, Freeport, IlL .
v, Ik __4 ___ '
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