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The Florida alligator

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The Florida alligator
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Summer school news
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University of Florida summer gator
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Summer gator
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Daily bulletin
Alternate Title:
Orange and blue daily bulletin
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Gainesville Fla
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the students of the University of Florida
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February 17, 1923
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Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 24, 1912)-v. 65, no. 74 (Jan. 31, 1973).
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Summer issues also called: Summer school ed., <1915>-1920 and again in 1923; summer issues also called: Summer ed., <1921>.
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Has occasional supplements.

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LE ERSCHOSEN, DEBBAT- CAMPAIGN BEING GENEROUSLY RESPONDED -7G-GA. DEBATE




r TO OVER STATE COMMITTEE IN TRYOUTMARCH5

. At &* Triangular debate tryouts ; .
for the annual Ag-
The tryouts
.
t+iL ridar night the judges chooseS
Ferguson and S W Mclnnis NORTH Georgia debate will be held at the k
AND WEST OF STATE. meeting of the Ag Club on March
)fo to Columbia, S. C., to debate ( 5. The question for debate is '"Re .
t University of Tennessee. J W of
solved, That the Government ,

lock se men was will chosen uphold as the alternative affirme MR. FRED SMITH AD: MR. BRYAN-, MR. WHITE, BATTALION MADE the Henry United Ford's States proposal should to operate accept t

.' side of the question which is. AND QUARTETTE, IN Florida '
Shoals orojeet
the Muscle
iesolved that the Allied Nations VOCATES WORLD SEVENTY-ONE CIT- has the affirmative side. The
Would relieve each othe of all in- IES AND TOWNS. i FINE. SHOWING IN
debate will be held at the University -

ski febtedness m the World incurred War. in carrying PEACE IN ADDRESS Student Body; in Rousing THE INSPECTION year of Florida's Georgia team, April composed 8. Last of ;

e 3 W Fussel and L W Jernigan Awakening; 96 Per Cent I Robert Wray and R F Chatham

were chosen to go to Knoxville A: erica's attitude of inter Of Law CollegeHas i wcr the decision over the Georgia'
to debate the University of S. C. ? Subscribed. The University of Florida came debaters. In so doing they won ; j

torn, they will uphold the nega- national isolation at this crisis in out well in its first inspection to for the Ag. Club until Georgia is

1 tije 'side.'The the world's history, when her The campaign for af student I determine Whether or not it shouldbe able to triumph over the Florida

men trying out f6r the team help is so muclTlieeded, is nothing activities building is rapidly placed in the list of Distin- Ag. in debate. It becomes the permanent -
drawI I
were: J C Bird, 0 R Davis, Mc- short of damnable, Fred B. 3mUh, ing towards ,a successful close. guished Colleges. The inspectorwas property of the society

Call R L Hodges, M W Wells world famous international "Y-' Throughout the state, wherever I Colonel Moor N. Falls, who is winning three times in succession. .
!!1 in charge of all R. O. T. C. mattersin
j S Jennings, W J Bullock, S W Worker, declared Thursday nightin the need has been adequately pre-

Ifclnnis, E P Turner, and J J Hen- a stirring two and one hall I sented to the people, they have the Fourth Corps Area, and '
drick. > hour address at the gymnasium. never failed to respond nobly and whose headquarters is at'Fort :McPherson .MR. BEN F. ROGERSIS
,
IJ The judges of the tryout Were: He further stated that the triumphOf generously.The Georgia. I

J Dr. Crow, chairman, Dr. Bristol, secret diplomacy over the I \ last week has been devoted'to The batallion made .such a fineshowir.g METHODIST STUDENT r
that is
} Dean Norman Prof. Price. every one very .
prayers for peace of the unorganized the northern and western part
hopeful that this year we will
i J I masses of all peoples and re- of the state. Monday morning, a again go to the distinguished college PASTOR

f r ENGINEERS AND lig'ons, except Mohamme'an, !Meeting was held in Palatka at' i class. Col. Falls himself was }
will be the cause of another world which the quartet rendered
sever-
a I well pleased and very much impressed -
ACS PLAN BIG FEED war within five"years.. tl numbers and both Mr. Bryan i if his words, and actions At Chapel service Tuesday_

The meeting was opened by two and Mr. White spoke.: The party f can be used a excellent soi es lv Mr. Milton then proceeded to St. Augustine :
-: credited of having said that the by Mr. Ben F. Roger, '
The Ags. and Engineers are Yets who was accoT.pcn.ed by where two very successful meetings battalion was even better than he newly appointed student pastor ;

planning to hold their yearly get- Miss Anne McRinstry. Mr. were held the first at a Rot had expected it to be, and'again, for the students belonging either i -.

together come time next month Smith, whj is new connect ed with" ary Club Iunchepn and tf>e othct but en a differeij},, occasion, that_ to the Methodist church or the j
the World Alliancef->r International t: fore a large crowd, which had
while the date has not been definitely he liked our quail hunting very Methodist preference.Mr. .
Friends.1 i) and Peace, asseirVed in the
park. Thev went
decided, it will probably be much. Roger is,from'the Mississippi !
spent ten months of last yea'touring : to Jacksonville and met with the The first of the inspection
day
staged March 5. It has been cus A. and M. college and has : <
arvocaiing
the world and State Executive Campaign Com-
tomary in previous years for the ]jArs was Tuesday morning during gained quite a reputation as a
world H.i vu'v 1 !nineteen mittee at a luncheon in the Semi-
I and Engineers to take turnabout i-eece. world condi- which the companies carried on preacher at the Blue. Ridge, N, C.
countries and talkcl nole hotel.
as host tothe students of jr.keT5'anti platoon and company drill. Conference. He has a very magnetic -
tions with relig'cu? ::' Monday evening, at eight '
the rther On Wednesday afternoon the '
colleges. Last they and optimistic _'
year personality an
bocial workers ns well as with o'clock, a meeting was held in the
Dress by
combined giving one big barbecue usual parade, proceeded temperament which refuses to
In the pasture south of the old experiment great statemen. Jacksonville armory. The program company inspection by the cadet look on"the dark side of life. .
t As a remedy : tar f stattion barns. At this student .
In his new work as pastor -
II time bread, pickles coffee, dough- traits of the peiplj of the win}i, Band which had been sent over Colonel Falls, who rearked several Mr. Roger will care for the' f
ocaslon'and
i huts and barbecued beef and pork Mr. Smith suggested a crusade to for the had spent times ,at the' good lines whichpassed. social weell as the rebglous"I"
as
minds of humanity and'gav die day in' parading the streets
change the the officer cadet '
reviewing ,
were servd. It is expected ,that, and he
needs of the Methodist men
of the and advertising :tie meeting. ,
discussions '
main
five Wilson.
the program this year will be Major Thursday morning wishes to be friends with all the i
Several '
crusade. Firs, arbitration songs by the 'University thre close order drill
proposed was more
similar that tho several r.i
to of last I fellows on the campus.
i new features are being rlanned. ; second, conferences, third. quartet followide, and then the during which the platoon leaders ] i

Committees have been appointedto world court, with economic penalty i eve itng"s speaking began. Mr. endeavored to show off their platoons pressed every one that he was a f .

attend to the matter, fourth, cooperation among Hathaway, principal the Duval tothe best advantage. "good fellow" and the kind of a '" /
nations, and fifth, the organized High School and an alumnus of After. the parade Wednesday, man to mase an Jnspection. His l

1'JtMe w1o advertise in the Christian church, which under pro- Florida:Dr: A. A. 'Murphree; he Colonel expressed his desireto estimation of the _University as j; f fhe

Florida Alligator mAke it possible gressive leadership, will initiate a Dr. McNafr of the First Presby- I speak to the senior!, officers.He expressed it was very high, and

for this new epoch for the world. terian church of Jacksonville; and I sp"k for a few minutes In a he thought our student body loyal It: I
to read
you paper.
Mr. Bryan were the speakers for .
the f very friendly manner which im- and behind the school. He ended ;
evening.
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Y. M.: C. A. CABINET COMPLETES PLANS and Tuesday Mr. White morniner left L Mr.Jacksonville Bryan :
i FLORIDA WILL HAVE A MONTHLY MAG. \
I '"or a three day's speaking touras
,:Iil
THE SEMESTERMINUTE far west as Pensacola, return-
FOR ACTIVITIES DURING '

ing they to were Gainesville joined" by Friday, (President, where AZINE, PRIZE OFFERED FOR BEST NAME :

FRIEND- this high honor. On the Saturday .'j:
GROUPS Murphreeand the University Quartet -
SHIP COUNCIL, AND following the tapping the Cabinet in a trio fo Ocala, Leesburg -- ideas as to appellations for this :j ;
will QUILL CLUB ORGANIZED; periodical and it is felt that the.
tapped men
WEEK-ENDS AT and tHe newly and Mount Dora. .
MAGAZINE OF WIT, best bet lies in letting those who :11
CAMPS.The meet for an allday picnic at tha"Y" Upon the campus, tha cahpaign
CARTOONS. ANDOPINIONS. are the chief inspiration for the
at Wauburg Lake, is progressing"wonderfully.' Enthusiasm I
Y. M. C. A. cabinet com- where camp the new wen will be init- runs high; and there is pualication; suggest the name that _41
shall
posed of representative men of iated into the future activities of little doubt but that the Student to grace its pages' for the years ::'

the campus is getting under waya the council. Being tapped for this Body will contribute unanimouslyto Realizing that there is a great come.'I

'few importantprojects.. On Friendship Council will be one of t!e fund. The sub-committee in !nee:! for an outlet for the artisth, As an additional incentive, (ad- ; J

;Wednesday, Feb. 21, at the regular the most distinctive honors whicha the various colleges have not quite humorous and literary abilities of ditional to the honor of being : .: .

meeting the followingtopics freshman can receive. It means I' completed theid work, but a very ,'the students ofthe University thatis ,named in the first issue) a ,cash

..'will be considered and acted up- that he is a man in whom trust lag percentage of the men have not furnished by either the prize of $5.00 is offered the lucky

on immediately: First, Section in whose hands the donated. The Law College espec- Florida Alligator or the Seminole man. The selection' will be made
be placed
Fraternity ._-1 Boarding house honor can of "Gators" is safe, and ially has shown its loyalty, over a number of men of the cam- by the Quill Club on Tuesday night

I "Minute" feroups: will be organ- Florida's men thru success and ad- ninety-six per cent of its number 'pus have organized the OuUl Club and the winner will be announced

ized to consider campus, state "Watch and prepare- having already contributed.LANCE I for the puprose of publishing a in the following issue of the Al-
yersity.
nation an* world prob'ems and magazine that will bs ligator.
Freshmen, for you know not when monthly :
;
:
how Christ would handle them if the day cometh." RICH80URG I (filled with jokes, cartoons, poetry Everyone Is eligible to the eon ,

he were physically here. These from the student 'and ser us writing by the-students tect. It is greatly desired that
"Minute" 'groups will have their 1 A partial report the most original and peculiar

i first meeting Tuesday. Feb. 19, at campaign magazines will'.nave be asked arrived for. I HAS BIG SOUAD OF I I of PenH Florida. the final. aunroval of i titles shall be submitted No

: 6:45 or 7:00 p. m. We are askIng -. New this request *the faculty .which is- almost" certain name can be too weird of fantasti
that one man 'from each section and we are making I to be-s eured in the Text few ; to shake faith in the renowned #
{ the magazines PITCHERSVORKING f
leave 4
fraternity house, and boarding That you will H.vs, the mem"ers o+' the Quill versality and the tremendous i

,.. house be sel ted at that meeting In the building so that others"Life can," iflnb are worVing nitr't and day I power of adaptability- of the Flor- T ,
The names are.
it. .
read ida
student.
to at the start
represent the group "SationaleograIhi to get all matters ready to
.
Monthly,
regular cabinet meeting, Wednesday "Atlantic iknoM J *ive work when tip "P-> s>A< rl i Suggestions will be accepted
," and there are three- A full do"en ; have >e J1 tn 9w
February 20, at the "Y" at = due.. We -are trying to working: out each afternoon under word" is given by the Faculty just as soon as they can be written
6:45. Please help us to speed up ot.hers "Under Two t"" p.rm-rt tutelaee of CoscS LaTe '. '"-_ Hp. 'r1 p. T"Od imT't I down signed and banded to Dick

thi, "ro* '<>t. Arnher t"*' sr to bE :get the p'cture to the students at Rl,.h'ouv. mennr'4' -. tf1 tie Mn.nlgi' 1 of these matters is the question ,I Sia in Rom 95, Thomas, the contest ,
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i fielding practicevb (' nIt
the central bul- baH 'and!
Watch E
the Gvm. ,
t'1'1n..n. On a set day. there 1 that the membersof o'clock. .
.., board between Language \i w J1 stiraV'ut the middle is believed
I' leti'
f will Ve a number o* men from Continued on vo1wU
have page
the freshmen class "tapped" for :Hall and Peabody. (Continued on Page five.) the Student Body many I

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-- -- book I Here's to the team which fightsfor mnus of the Uaiv <"
+ + f + + + f f f f s'rL + I Percy D. Haughton's new >
t Ie + f + f f f f + 'Football and how to Watch it" her fame; authoritiesthe lequntiBc t

t- + explains football so the average Here' to the players, who playin dormitories fera

T understand it. "Lan- the game; refusal to permit
ALUMNI NEWS : person can Here's to the "spirit" we proudly reside in the
I : guage" by Otto Jesperson, "Out the white same '
H. R. proclaim; men gat
Hellenic Heritage, by ..
t -. n. W. AIIES James, "The Traditions of European Here's to the UniversityWehonor diate on the par GlAtt..
I.
name-FLORIDA! 8lty heads
r + the
j W. C. PARMENTER Literature," by Barrett Wendell forwarded and a ) +

I + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + and "Essays, Classical and CONTROVERSY AT I' offended to the
NEGRO man.
Modern written by F. W. H. I' Thirta. soc
HARVARDA lug much
i discusaioIItholders
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k i --- Myers, will all appeal to our en- I ,
-i'Have you a committee in your 15, Ralph L. Joyner, who took sharks.A new problem has recently of both sKetlii
,I town working for the Student Ac- his B SEE at Florida is makingout gUsh been created for the authorities of to become a serumj lppajse

t tivities Buiding campaign? Let m SanAntonia, Texas. He is Harvard over the question of the Harvard anthoritieeh S

''t your local Alumini Organization' 'a Captain in the Signal Corps andis TOAST TO FLORIDA residence of negro students with -. fie' *C'a

i ;be, the basis for one. Add theprominent stationed at Fort Sam Houston "'; the white students. As is probably seta
i Club
citizens of your I 21, Len B. Tan is a Horticulturist Here's to the Campus on the wide known at Harvard, all freshmenare I Perry-I am in treat"
that- are interested in the cal:; at the Kwangtung Agricultu rolling plain; compelled to 'reside in the little financial wCamWell pha

of education in Florida and A are Tal and Forestry Experimental Here's to the Pine Trees, which Freshmen dormitories. The and tie BBAD

: equally concerned with the welfare \Station in Canton, hina. After over it reign; I! trouble arose when a colored alu financial sueker i Eby. yebri
Len went to Honolulu,, -.the Buildings and what
; of the young men of the town graduation I Here's to
bSatder's
k that are going to school. There where he remained in the officeof they contain; .... --- .... i,
f Is a great need at the University the Chinese Consul. Here's to the University-this cup ,

f .. 'of Florida which,all people of the 21. Daniel B. Knight who took we will drain! J : bja

t State should realize. his B SEE Here, entered the I Frames and Denison .
t his R 0
after completeing
'Army wise and }
Here's to the Faculty, so .
T C course. He is now 1st Lieut t -
have such an organization '
If you no so strong; bta
i in your town, get busy in the 29th infantry at Fort Ben- Herefs to the "Profs," who helpus t Crepe '- abbaBal y
'In his senior year f -
Ga.
;! with the other alumni and form ning, along; '
"some such committee. Start Knight was Captain of Co. B. anda Here's to the students, an ever t ;;-

(i spreading some publicity as to memberof Scabbard and Blade. growing throng;
22, Daniel L. Leisher, B S C E "- I
:' "what this campaign really means.YQU Here's to the University-Now 30ppa
.; l}<' Florida alumni are but a few is Assistant Engineer 'or the sing the "Old Song!" I rcb

=; io because far-should of your your lack efforts in numbers.be less t, Drainage year Leischer District was, president at Vero, of Last the Norah Norton Novelties Is C1i 31ATE

4, Benton Engineering Socse;. --+ :.. ------- .... ,
Ie + + + + + + + + + -
Link B S A is located -
22, Carl T. ,
l Perhaps the question has come
in Gainesvillewith
h Tip as to just why this building at present
Experiment S :.tiGTl.
'cannot be built by the state. We the
i+ he has been engaged
Since graduation
trust that this point has !been
1 in Citrus Canke work, hav- ; COLSON ROOMING HOUSE! er ;
it is briefly
made clear before, but STUDENT
,
been State Plant len
ing recently
3 this: Under constitutional limitations e1 flit
'Board inspector at Fort Lauder- '
4' the state can not appro- dale. When he was at Florida he i i Nice rooms, twin beds, large closets, rum ni :
priate funds for a Student Activities I t
building, hence the necessary made !Phi Kappa Phi, an.! heM I I water in every room with ,shower baths alp ::ppa8m e
the
', funds must be realized by t numerous offices in cluos on FLA. U. BOYS=

} Voluntary subscriptions.We campus. sleeping porches.: Opposite Science Hal- Se 1
22, Charles M. Mann, B S A Al- :

wish to heartily commend pha Zeta. Phi Kaupa! Phi, seens DICK STANLY, Agent, at Mrs. Ramsey\: \ arc
/ 'to have deserted his chosen pro-
i
the Committtee of of Jacksonville
Thirty, -
anSffifiKfiffiffifiHa
' i fession of agriculture. He is anaceolntlnt
.' who are so ably working This is Your StoreYou're IS
for tte Comm: .vie
; In the present campaign. They
Com:noc'ores' Pont Terminal 'Z'S. t1.l
have put out an attractive little '
I in Ja ksonville. D'I.I; bin tn- .
folder, voicing the needs of the Welcome
1 dergrdl uat-. days Man h oU ns
University. Any of the alumniI
apir7
he says, "All Ag. Club offices.
i 'desiring one of these little folders Was piei-Ment of tn', Y M C A UNIVERSITY MEN x
: I may obtain same by writing Fons vice-president of ihj. InUr.Soty .here when in Tampa t '
{ 'A. Hathaway, of Jacksonville, who
'Debating Council, and treasurerof
Is chairman of the committee. I t
the Freshman clis. e
I;s -, 22, Herbert S. Massey, B S is -When you need Demand Value and style '

Dr. Conradi has given hia hearty superintendent in the Sunnybrook i .
t endorsement of the plan in the tobacco Co. in Dade City. While Society Brand Clothea
Clothesve'Il be
'following letter received by Dr. he was at Florida he made Phi gladto
Hanan Shoes Manhattan Shirts Knox Hats '
Uurphree, president of the Uni- Kappa Phi and Gamma Sigma Ep- t1

t versity. silon. Are featured lines in the Giddens, Store.

: i 1 "Dr. A. A. Murphree, 15, Phillip S. May who took his -serve. 'you.. l
,. : ; "University of Florida, A B in 1911 and L L B in 1915, is Mail Orders Specialty. .1

1 "Gainesville, Fla., practicing law in Jacksonville as er erti
"My Dear Dr. Murphree: a member of the firm of Watson

"It makes mefeel happy to and May. He was associated with ti

i bow that you are about to have Marks, Marks and Holt from 1915 "" $
WOLF BROTHERS
; 'a religious and social building at to 1921. May took second honorsin :>
: : : n
the university. The need of such the 1915 law class. .x -- -L r : .
m building is so pressing that .it is 21, Frederick H. Mellor, A B t '

beyond dispute.. The people oof B S L L B has been practicing .Tampa '
i the state I am sure, will give the law in Fort Myers since his gard- : t

i 'Necessary funds as soon as they nation.
.1
1 'see the need of it. James F. Merrin is attending
\ 22, .'" HENRY GIDDENS CLOTHING CO.
I "I have been over the university Union Seminary, in Richmond, Va.,
I plant a number of times. Every "Jim" was a hard-hitting fullbackof .

time Ivisit the university I am last year's 'Gators. He servedas TAMPA, FLORIDA

\ conscious of the need of such a president of the "Y", Vice-pres ,
building for the boys. They ident of the Student Body, senior

i ; jhould have, and must have, the member of the honor committee, + + .. .
y facilities provided by such a.buildIng ,and vice-president of the Athletic I. -

1 Association. .
,t "I wish you Godspeed in your
i efforts' to the necessary !
,, secure INTERESTING NEW BOOKS .
1't 'funds."-Fla. Flambeau. AT THE LIBRARY "
r.MEET
.

I 18, Wm. P. Jernigan is holding Among the hooks:: 'received at the ME AT

r a fine position as chief chemist University Library may be men- .
lif the Florida Sugar and Food tioned several of special interest. "

products Co. at Canal Point, Fla. "The Grandeur That Was Rome," .' ;
,
Since graduating he has held positions a survey of Roman culture and I MILLER'SWe

i i 1. as chief chemist as Muscle civilization, by J. C. Stobart, is a ;. :

1 Shoals Alabama and chief chemist book well worth reading. The

i { lor the Cuba Cane Sugar Corporation point of view is that of human-

r While at Flarida he WAS ity and the progress of civiliza Are At Your Service F "',
president of the Flint Chemical tion. "Horace and His Influence *
Society, associate editor of the is a new book by Grant Showerman. I No Place Like Home and Miller's ;*JihfflffiffijWKHffiffifiHaS I

f Seminole, managing editor of the Our sociology students will ,
'. Alligator, and a member of Phi be interested in "The Physical

i Kappa Phi. -- Basis of Society" by Carl Kelsey. ,- .

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dance, Kapa Alpha 6 _
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pPI, tI'.lurday; Feb. 17, 9 toe Peabody Club .. EDERHEIMER f -


ttA Chi Ispitation Ball-Wo- Peabody club-held its regular : STEIN, CLOTHES 1

aub, February 15, Formal. meeting last Monday night in : .. a
'Vale "'. .J I
Annual -
i Tau Amega Peabody Hall. Only a compara- .
'
Bafl Women's Club, Fripebruary tively few members were present, t, '
Formal. but I $30 $35 $45 .
: 16, the president earnestly requests -
Dance-Women's that if*
Nu every member of 1 i 3'

Marth '15, Formal. Annual Teachers college attend more i' Specially designed for the straight, slim'figures of Varsity men tailored
Alpha Epsilon regularly and in this
to
,ell Day Ball-Women's make a better club. way help to look as good in the showdown as they do in the showcase. Some of the +l

Much 16, Formal. After the business of the even- models have inverted-pleat backs that finish with a belt. t

jfua Alpha Epsilon Founder's ing and regular parlimentary drill, i Some have bellows shoulders; also belted. Some have patch pockets that .
White House, Sat- were finished
the
Banquet, newly elected
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, 17, larch 17. officers were installed. button through, other patch pockets. are plain. Some. are two button. Some i'' i

bard and Blade Annual The first thing on the programwas are three button.

March 29, Formal. an extemporanious speech by : All in all it's a showing that reveals the finest in fabrics and finished make- f' 4tranship
Mr.
L. R. Ramsey. The subjecthe
installs-fl-Women's used was "Wasted Material." Extra value is, of course, to be expected. 1

- 30, Formal. The nature of the talk was in the -

rrfa Sigma Dansant-Wo- form of a suggestion that some- Super-Fine Ederheimer-Stein Suits at Fifty and Sixty Dollars : '

i'i Club, Saturday afternoon, thing be done to utilize the possi- e .

3L bilities found in Peabody's poets, : E

orators and military officers, and .". .-,'-, EVERYTHING MEN AND BOYS WEAR j t '..

iTERNITIES>: ANNOUNCE use these in educating Peabody's _:" ,. ,} ttP
.
INIATES fame. Mr. H. E. Rickey gave a '.:- .
two minute talk on "Life in the 5 ;-'- +
orter. }
ifter a week of mirth for the I Law College." -This. was unusually ; : :- ::

en, but one of a spookyfor good. :
> the pledges the various The debate that was to have f : / ; : i a
'i'
: Ai
aides on the campus Bli been on the program this eveningwas : Clothing Co. ; 4; ;
;
following initiates: postponed because two of the .

,_,PI Sirma; Dick Hose, Ho- debaters were aosent. After Mr.
|Smith, Otto Nolte, Jackson- K. B. Hart,_the writer had ren- a
Rupert Koblega'rdi Fort dered his report, the meeting was JACKSONVILLE, CORNER BAY AND LAURA i :
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t -L
Johns Starke J. R. adjourned.
t; Carl ; :
and, Gainesville; Horace Hull, .
nd; A. S. Gilbert, Kissim- Program for Farr Literary w
Manuel Glover, Lakeland; Society .
V '
(t Redding, Keith Black, Lake -- .1

Robert Reynolds, Pittsburg, Feb. 19, 1923. .
The Most Harrowing Experienceof .............6AO..N..0........... .30N....... ; .

ippa Alpha: John Bond, Nor- my 1 ie.-Mr. McGill.
.
[christie, Edgar Jones, Jackie The time I was nearly scared to --
(Promptly at 8 o'clock the guests age number of visiting the Mr.
death. persons Stoutmare 43; Prof. Strong,:
William Pierce, Thornton -Mr. C. T. Davies.
; The began to arrive and were usheredto library each Ja>' from Monday to '11; Prof. Lord, 1600; Debate, 57; !
most
Lamar Lancaster Bartow; amusing experience of
,
their tables by the boys of the Friday, inclusive is 422; on Saturdays Dr. Roemer, 102; Dr. Bristoi 2091
life.
Trotter Nat Ocala; my -Mr. Robert Burritt.
: Mayo,
,
:er
club. Each was given valentine. 263 and Sunday, when the Dr. Leake, 2665; Vocational English i I
Hender-( Breaks I've made. Mr. 'W. S.
Williams Douglass -
e Middleton. card at the door, bearing inscrip- library is open from 2 'to 4 pri- 29; Prof. F. Rogers, 125 and ,
Tallahassee; Mark Edwards, tions such as 'I'm anybody's valentine marily for recreational reading, for English, 1, II, and 'IV, a total .
otosassa; Albert Howatt, St. Pirate Do not push," and others. 81. The reserve book; circulationfor of 3804, making a grand total of_ : ;
Club Holds Initiation
tine; Jim Fielding, Anthony The tables were spread in a most the first semester this year 16073 for the first semester of this g t

Harris, Tampi. sumptuous way. A four course amounted to 16,073 as compared year as compared with for
Kappa Alpha Roger Randall, The Pirate Club, of the Univer- 7695r
: dinner served of
was consisting with 16,036 for both semesters last the first semester of last year-
rt Peterson Edgar Todd, sity held their annual initiationlast
,
fruit '
creamed ,
potatoes
grape ,
year. Books on the various reserves more than twice as many as were
Petersburg; Barco Bishop, Thursday afternoon on and french peas, asparagus salad, were used as follows: Dr. used.last year. It should be noted ;_
-esTille. ; Newton McClung, around the campus and downtown. strawberry ice cream" cake and Enwall, 985; D;., Turtin.r+.on, 125; that Philosophy and Phychology ,. ''r
The Pirates take in but old
ter Edwin Trasco, Key none
; coffee. Dr. Fulk 1051, Dr. Norman, 721; overlapped to some extent with\: i
; Bill Anderson, Orlando; men, yet some of the onlookers During dinner Pnjf. '
a complete: vaudeville 132
Prof.
Cody, ;; Day 128; Sociology, and Education under ,
jter Conoley, Sanford. might have thought that theywere program was rendered In !Prof.
J. S. Rogers, 174; Major Dr. Fulk overlapped with History
eta Chi: Elmo Weeks, Harold initiating a number of Rats fine cabaret style to the music of Floyd, 1221; Prof. Willoughby, 10; under Dr. Leake. ,
r;, Tampa; Raymond Daniels, from the capers they were put Bob Swanson's Floridians. Those
jx>n Springs; Robert Tomlin, through and their manner of dress who took part in the vaudevillewere

City; Fred Bartelson, Ernest The initiation was in the formof Jimmie Clarke, who did his _-. -, ... -- -- ..... ,
pont, Winfield Hendry, FortWallace a fancy dress parade which be- original "Frisco" in his own characteristic 9

; Shafer, Haines gan near the campus and endedon way,.$nd was called on t FLORIDA BARBER SHOP

b Burtoii Williams, Olin Par-' the square with a number of for several encores; John Hen- I WEST SIDE SQUARE i
[Tallahassee; Carson Andrews, stunts. Several races were run. drick who gave a reading, 'The I I f _
Guaranteed
Service and Courtesy is our Blotto
Tonky" Woodberry being the
sonvflle; Maxwell Wells Pan- Shooting of Dan McGrew"; Jere
City; William Paty. Edward winner in one of the most ,conspi- Clark, who did some real stuff in a J.,C. PREVATT, Prop. _

on, Miami. cious and side-spliting races of the interpretating the latest modern -- -_ ... - ..... ... _

pha Tau Omega: Dick Brown, year. Others were dressed as dances; and Chris Clark, who did ..
Dickinson, W. D. Brown, girls, and one Warren Jackson'had an oriental dance in tht most finished
IsonTille; Willis Middlekauf, to wash his feet in a tub of cold style. Last but not least
Loraine Hal water nght In front of Muler's '"Spring
Orlando; was an interpretative a
k, Gainesville; William Hicksr despite his modesty. Jimmie Dance" by Miss Margaret Irvin of Bedding, Pillow Cases,

ord Blitch, Tallahassee; J. T. Clarke carried a prosperous old St. Augustine. This number: wasa Sheets Blankets
b, Haines City; C. H. Sum- chkken with him, as was evidenced real treat.Immediately. ,

Si Palm Beach; John Graham, by the crowd ,of eggs that following dinner t -

pears, Kissimmee; Lem Woods rained on them as they attempted King Terpsichore reigned sup'eme RIBBONS-RIBBON NOVELTIES, -W': r,
Ipa. to make addresses from tb> Land- ..;... 4
until mid-night. Dainty programs MADE TO SPECIAL ORDER
a Alpha Epsilon: Donald stand. Other costumes were clev- were distributed with the order of

Larry Jones, Gordon Per- erly worn, particularly tha "Gold dam s, menu, vaudeville acts, and
Jacksonville; William Stan- Dust Twins,"" Gracy anj Ucker. names of chaperones printed in the We Keep Everything for Your Room f = .

,ort Lauderdale; John Holly, Vic Howell had a delightful ride colors of the club. The hall was .
Worley, Miami; Leo Thomas, in the Pirate Boat during the af beautifully decorated also in the H

City; Newton Fields, Miami; ternoon. colors red and white. .
Emmert, Bradontown: nrlIA At the end of the pcrf-r-rnnce The dance was a succes all the
:nd; Segle Gustaf- the old men !urn tcJ light le- way through, and the boys are to @1'O

Bartc*. freshments. be congratulated on proving them- C
a Nu: Chester Redevats, selves such hospitable hosts.
ties As y, Jacksonville; Earl Newman Club Dancerilliant On the committee for arrange-

mel, Owen Pittman, Miami; Event ments were Ralph Marsicanno, r

raves, Walter Graves, Hub- every Jimmie Clark, John Hendrick,
raves, Quincy; Ralph Crum, 1 Resplendent in degree ws Clinton Burbridge, Eugene Foy, ---------------- -
[t City; Joe Frazier, Marvin the cabaret dance given by Club the Louis Bouchelle, George J. Baya.. I,

nt Kenneth Jones, Bryson members of the evening Newman at the "'0m Paul Ucker, Chris Clark and- Wir- I ELECTRIC SHOE REPAIR COMPANY
last Tuesday
(land
Winston Ramsey, Tam'Howard gil Bradshaw. '
Matthews, New n's Club. The invitations asked I SfiOES REPAIRED WHILE'YOU WAIT

LQ8? / "Would you like a Cabaret Din- LIBRARY STATISTICSDo '
e der?", and as was evident from
Pirates fol-
| initiated the 't 1I
number' of assembled guests SERVICE AND QUALITY OUR MOTTO
the
g mon: Billy Smithwick. Mel \fce need a new library building J
on i, OzTie Bie, James Brumbyes ,' not one refused. ( the t
orchestra was ? Stastistics gin out by I
Williams Paul Ucker, Alongside the table for the, chap- librarian, Miss Miltimore. indicate STUDENT REPRESENTATIVE K. WINTER, ROOM t

ev Gracv Dick Rowe, Wood- plated a long main body of the conclusively that there is a genu- I 19 BUCKMAN'
while the
Mpn ; erones, t
Joseph Dalton. War-
placed tables for ine need for more room and more t '
Jackson, Chester -Mullen, auditorium held help. Actual count of reading room {
f I\'X, Robert McClure, the couples. In the tea the room stags.was attendance shows that ihi aver 1--._ .r.r--------.-_ ______ ..
table for
ChUlln..rrwort'l. Ken Brittian another long .l x

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j:I :l' 0 Entered as second class matter, September 29,--1912, at the Post When in Jacksonville d

i 1 i; I office at Gainesville\ Florida, under the acts of March 3, 1879.
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". R. 'A. CARLTON __..._ .........__.......-. ......._.._....._Sport Editor 1

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i ; FRANK ELMORE, EDGAR BUSBEE :......_....___...Society Editors

i k .a !. B. W. AMES ..._......._._.__.._.___..._........__.._..__.......Alumni Editor ,. "Where looking incurs no obligation to: buy"a '
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h Reporters: J. W. Usher, Don C. Booth, C. D. Keen, G. A. Martell, o ; .
Main and Forsyth Sts. ;
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I S -everything= thecollege'man

Recently it,was announced that a school of pharmacy is to .
I
be established here as a unit of the department of chemistry. >

; This is' another step forward for Florida, and one that fulfills a .

long-felt want. Each year in the past hundreds of students have
i ; t F All Mail Orders
{ 1 left our state to take upa pharmaceutical course elsewhere, but

{-;'t' j ,i now it will be possible to obtain this training at the State University 1 Filled and Forwarded
5-
t.: 1 : on the
;'; The department of chemistry at Florida is one of the best in
Day They AreReceived
t '!1 the South. Better instructors can not be found anywhere, and =

I.'f its equipment is adequate to offer courses in all phases of chemistry '

.. '; }' i both for B. S.degrees and for a master's degree. Few W"

: 1{ courses more broadening or interesting than this can be found, : .
;
I :y; 1 nor could it be taught with more thoroughness and enthusiasm 4;> '>,
" ;i i'L- than it is here. Chemistry is the science of the ultimate constitution Ot .
I ,: j j of all matter. A knowledge of the chemistry of anything ..o........... .... ... ........ w

n; j must be acquired.before thai; thing may be used properly. Were J = .-

t '. I 11. ; It not for the chemist, steel would be brittle and one's food
. i ; i might contain poison. The pharmacist handles the most vital of

r. all,chemicals, those which preserve life and destroy man's greatest
( disease. The Hall will both y, rM
,r, i enemj present Science house
I .
; ;. the chemistry and pharmacy departments, and in the future when
\ J< i. i I a' foresighted legislature deems it expedient to put forth

it 1 .' the finances, perhaps a larger building will be erected to contain
t ;: these two important departments alone.
f (, PRESENT day heavy traffic clearly emphasizes the
J It is with great joy that Florida branches out into new fields, street and highway pavements of the
I; ; i with still ninety-five per cent of her resources untouched. It most durable construction if taxpayers are to be
i : I! seems to ,have been the rule throughout history that the new and protected cpstl*from. the with necessity of financing frequent
repairs prospects of early recon-
y, : fields are exploied by the people of the old, but that is not true of struction. Under modern traffic conditions a dollar
,t. : II Florida. Florida is training her own sons to reap the many saved ID first cost is too frequently several dollars
; : benefits granted them by y nature, and each year is sending forth lost in repair and maintenance. Heavy traffic holds
no terrors
for
that community which has
5 f' hundreds of well-trained men in every line to scatter over the designed and surfaced its streets and properly
. highways with
i world and help direct the wheels of industry. vitrified paving

"t': brick.VITRIFIED
. :.; : The advent of a monthly magazine to be issued by the students 5- j

of this university will doubtless be hailed with approval .

I- by every one. The idea has been advanced often during the past )
two years, and since "Florida" has grown so rapidly it would dck H

II J I ,S seem that our literary productions should grow in proportion.

I ., There is no doubt that it is needed, for the amount of good literary -
.J- material that is handed in to the "Alligator" every week,
L and which must be discarded because of lack of'space, is c 'nsidl ;; PAVEMENTS

l! r j erable an merits publication. Only the difficulty of financing
.
; ; such a project has kept the organization of .a monthly magazine last so long under heavy traffic
and
I cost so little for
from materializing heretofore. The faculty committee will, no i y annual repair and maintenance for the reason that .
doubt, give full approval, providing that advertisements, etc., to the brick surface carries more than its share of the s
further the scheme will not be taken from the Alligator's the burden foundation.instead thrusting Each this burden entirely upon .
brick-smooth
sources of revenue, and those who the hard, toiish
t .* are working on plan believe and dense-not only is immune to the wear and tear
i that sufficient advertisementst o finance it can be obtained out I, of traffic, but absorbs so much of the shock and
il side of Gainesville. Thus the Alligator, which will ever be the of- impact of heavy vehicles that the foundation is less

ficial organ of the University of Florida, will not be hindered in easily nothing disturbed.more than the The natural foundation soil-where may consist of
that
soil
any way and the magazine can grow up regardless, and side by offers good natural drainage-or it
consist
may of the
S side the two will contribute to Florida's greatness. As regarding natural soil plus an artificial base. In either case the
I i t the name, we would suggest something typical of the state, as pavement will last longer and cost less for maintenance -
" i the present Alligator and "Seminole were named. We heartily and repair if the surface is of vitrified brick.

extend our best wishes to those who are planning to issue the I

periodical, and we also extend our sympathy, for no one knows NATIONAL PAVING
BRICK:
better than we do how difficult it is to make a dubious public believe -t

r -, I in the" efficiency of an advertisement in a college papsr. MANUFACTURERS ASSOCIATION

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Soon the popularity contest will be on in full sway, and Cleveland OhioPAGE

j. ', doubtless some hearts are already beating with the excitement ,
of expectation. Yet there is one question which Brings some
t doubt in mind: "Who is the most loyal Gator?" That can not be '
\ answered with any degree of accuracy whatever. Except for a
minority in the ranks of a small body of men here, every man is Tr'fic
.loyal to the limit of his capacity. Hence the question of the most 5
S j loyal one of all these can never be decided. '

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R. A. CARLTON. MURRAY OVERSTREET
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; 23 DECIDES, I thirteen points. Newton
!ANY POLITICAL CAREERS the other four points. The scored twenty-five or thirty players out I BATTALION MADE the Jade and the Oranke eel, will
or Gators had a defense which Baby was for the various positions, holding FINE SHOWING IN contain about twenty-four pages

Candidates Need Your of the stone wall variety. individual workouts on the .fresh- THE INSPECTION sprinkled plentifully with cartoons
your
Support, Fellows. It's The lineups: men field each afterno 'n. (Continued from Page 1) drawings sand wit. If the present

A Close Race. I Fla. Freshmen Pos. Winter Haven This ready response for practice by saying that he was having a plans go thru the first iSsue'will
Jones (13) ---_ Lindstrom (6) at this early. period in. the very fine time here and he hinted come out about the first of .April.'
, I Forward year has been very gratifying to ''that he would enjoy being back
february 23 is the fatal day. Coach Richbourg, who states that
Newton (4)_ with us again, which every one
Tien: will ie settler the SMcmolc I I Forward Linebaugh (4) he considers prospects for a win- hopes he does.
Contest. Various tr- ning team this year much better --- -
pjprlarity Smith
. iiuTviduals I ,"- -Nichols (2)) than he expected, and that he,.is FLORIDA WILL HAVE MONTHLY -
"r.d
; nre
pnations Center extremely well pleased with the MAGAZINE. PRIZE OF- ata -
ittI ,.siJ1g bitter campaigns( in b. ailfi Brown LJMarshall spirit of cooperation exhibited. by FERED FOR THE BEST
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. their candidates. Coaipetitieiis Guard the players this year. NAME

. 1 fa en. In these troublous time Marshall -Schellenberg (2) t The candidates for pitchers who (Continued from Page 1)
This undertaking is the resultof
y 10 I l.n'S lifa o. rcv.istiira 13 .;rojjf Guard have been trying out this week are ,
-.1. whole el ;'lor is sbrouami in- Goals from field -Jones (6), Ned Porter, freshman. Val Givens, a feeling for some time among
Watts Jor the ba'L.t. Newton (2), Lindstrom (3), and sophomore; Gilbert Johnson, fresh- several students that such a mag-
-1u.ry
azine would meet with general
Nichols.
and tote for ytr candidateThe man; Ted Pendarvis, sophomore; and and it
success approval that
Goals from foul-Jones, Schel Henry Bray junior; Hyman Katz, !
would be welcomed Strange
by men
freshman many
lenberg Foster Smith
final round of the Inter- (2). ; junior;
who wish to contribute reular cartoons
Skinney Williams
Time of junior: Shorty F
'- Tennis; Tournament singles periods-20 minutes. ,.witty articles and j"kes that '
Class Gunn, senior; L. L. Thompson. It'8891eerone, a puzzler) -an<
matches was finished on Monday senior; Graves, freshman. would go to make a publicationthat yet it s true! He has found
LANCE Helping
when Robert Line, Freshman RICHBOURGHAS Coach would be a credit to the University something which gives him
Richbourg in the practiceof pleasure, and the most incorrigible -
defeated Crawford BIG SQUAD OF suitable gift for friends,
champion, Lynn these pitchers is the following a pessimist must admit it a
Sophomore champion: by PITCHERS WORKING catchers: : J. S. Conner freshman; and a gloom-breaker that wouldbe beneficial.
1 icons of 6-4, 6-2, 6-0. Line is the Flood freshman J. hailed with jov and thanksgiving "Vaseline"Hair Tonic U the reason
: H. Logan,
for this It's the
interclass tennis champion of the (Continued from Page One) hoTore. Bi'l Ward, captain and bv exhausted students after classiest unique hair dressing experience.ever, gives
campus. of next week Each afternoon'spractice jat-her! from list year has been the grueling hardships of a "Jim- snap and polish to the head. Audit -
--- .-. has seen a little harder my Farr" eharn or an hour of tore helps the scalp. .i
f.- unable to attend pTa<*ti<*e this At all drug stores and student p
t, INTERCOUNTY work introduced, with the main we k, but is exp tJe.l to be present tup at Phvsieal Culture class. barber shops ::4
f BASKETBALL.Three topic always being that of control. Text week and furnish very The maeizine H to be modelled Every "Vcueli everywhere_" product because{j ftC'ommnuled of
In addi'ion to this practice; by the terial aid in wniopmj the on the genf''MlIn1ttn- of snch per- iu abotutepwity and eff eetiveaeu.Vaseline.

: ', I! pitching staff there has been some pitching staff into shape. ma-I iodicals as Harvard Lampoon,

i games of the intercountycard --------------- '

K scheduled to be played last I t FIRST METHODIST CHURCH ; _.nT OP. .T;

night of were the University staged in the of gymnasfaf Florida.- it I 9:40 Sunday School I H. O. Enwahl, Teacher of College 1\Ien' I FOR RENT HAIR TONICChesebrough k s JJl

Two of the games were forfeited, (It Class.I I I Nice quiet rooms in same I
and in the other game neither of Preaching 11:00 and. 7:30. Epworth League 6:30. I block as the College Inn. Mfg.O?

the teams appeared for play.,Pi- --------------------& 129 College Park Are. I (Consolidated)) J V";m SJ
Bellas won the .first of the games I
from Polk by forfeiture Union
defeated Duval 15 to 12, Hillsborowon raf
from Palm Beach by forfei-* WONT YOU ::1

tore, Alachua defeated Lake 11-8, I '. ATHLETIC SUPPLIES !j
R both> Leon Columbia failed to I HAV-A-TAMPA- : ,
appear and Dade won from Es-

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Friday night, when the Ra:* took i. ;
the Winter Haven Amercan Leg- tSporting R. 0. T. C. POST EXCHANGE E ECoOperative

ton team into camp by a score of .
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Edgar Jones scored six field I ,

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You Tampa Alumni .Remember us when you buy athletic i -,
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+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + For a Might-Have Been has never his own. ,Those who heard him fewer lege this withdrawals frOnt t
k H +. been speak last fall ae loading forward year after tte ,
: to his visit and address with considerable than there were last
K. K. HANSEN F. BLATT But a Has was once an Are.Agonistic.. year
:; : ATROCITIES. : pleasure. It is felt thata The difference, ft is Iai\ '

1 man who has made such an unusual quite marked, especially

: i f' ". in the field of journalism student body has aiue
success
4,. Holdenup, Florida, Feb. 16, 1923. increased
ti .:a f 4iI + + + + + + + + + + + + ..+.t + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + Dear Percy: is espejiay! fitod t\) talk nearly 150. IJ

,1 how novelit to would-be newspaper mea. -
imagine very
I can
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will meet to
l' The class
I old
be there aftet dear
_ \ :t i f':: Iran Scottt Consents to Run in Bill-The ,chiggers. Blue Oxford.must I was surprised to learn address at 2 o'clock Tuesday, in 1301 STUDENTS HAVE *Er<

Contest I Stocking. number 5 in the College of ISTERED
Popularity room UP
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I ______ that the freshmen there are given TO SoL' .
fin; t. "rat" tho I Agriculture building.: All studentsand --
1 t the odd knickname, ,
t i '\ 'J'i In view of the fact that the Senior-ThIs cold weather chillsme understand the more pleasing < others who might be interested Over at' the regfctratica rf*

of ,': "l,: alas hall entered four men in the to the bone. form "rodent" used at social are Invited to be present. statistics show that for
i 'f! Soph- u should wear a hat.- tte lev
I.J t :X ; : Seminole" popularity contect last functions, etc. A few days ago a 1922-1923 there are 1301

\ s 1'.'' week for the high hoior of "Biggest Selected. stranger challenged me to a gameof CHAMPIONS WITH RIFLE who have entered the
'I
! :''i 'j I :r Eater the patrons of Ramsey of Florida to nail
I I fear the bloody chap up
golf, Janu&ri-Z3l
of
; He-I would'walk" to the end
:
,, 1 {it s wish it to "be understood that inebriatedfor Remarkable scores featured the The parents of boys
must have been slightly over'-
world dear.
the
for
;;: have candidate fully as you
; they a with this 1922 outdoor small bore championships state are beginning
I queer to
he amazed me cats
i;, qualified for this position as any She-I would surely prove your of the National Rifle As- grand old spirit
hie)
i love If the world wasn't round- remark, "Sir, I wish you to ( of "Florida S.
of the afore mentioned aspirants. resent sociation.E. last and always."
that I
clearly understand As has '
't Banter. w
' j 1 : This is the no less personage than F. Burkins of Wilmington.
your unwarranted (hie)-yonr Interference clearly proven the better '
X w. Scottt who hails from the with sir! Tilt Del., won the National Individual that our state citizens
t "This is quite the cow's hip/ he my game riTta.
alfalfa fields of Dunkirk. This
+ ;I r extraordinary gentleman copped remarked as he bit into the steak. the green once more (hie) and I'llchucd Championship ,after two shootoffs, the greater the university obi I
;
making a perfect score each time,
the match.. I assure you,
1 -Dirge.Frosh.
t1 ; the gastronomic championship of
a perfect total of 1400. Shooting
r my dear Percy, that I did not disturb AT BRIGHAM YOUNG
: the mess hall two years ago, and fly
with the Diamond State team in
Veni ViI I the in so naturally -
r r his !friends will that' his Pa what does 'green anyway
testify "
I, 1 di denied the charge. The the club championship, Burkins The State
,b !I' ability is unimpaired. Vici, mean? Legislature' 1iaitw.
those fellow seized his driver whirledit was the only man to win a 99 per
Dad its of ,
Oh
just one University
t Mr. Scott states as follows, "In campus Janccj ft
Burkins
'F i'' college yells. X RaY round his head and let drive cent medal. tied for for the
: TICW of the fact that the mess purpose of becoming.
'" ball. ball second place in the 50 yards championship
at the He missed the
I ,, intimately
l acquainted
ball is
not the only scene of activity with t
'Ii t
with T. K. Lee Birmingham
of
Easy
but landed
; around meal times it is squarely on my stom students and atmosphere Af +t
t
; let kiss hand Ala. with 497 and also
Pray me your ,
: 1 f fitting that there should be entries ach. As you know, I have a mild school. A dance and reeeptjajwere
r ;' said he with looks of burning loveI temper but this made me quite tied with Lee for first place,in the
>11; for this exceptional honor from held in the afternoon
: U4
{ can remove my veil, said she, wroth. After recovering 100 yards championship with 495. J !
my
1&&I aB the eating houses: Much as banquet was given in the eyes,
'-', i ay modesty forbids taking credit much easier than my glove. breath I grasped the bounder by H. W. Jerrans of the Canal -The Y. NftJ.;
Technician (N. C.) the Zone the 50 and 200 yards ,
won
hair at the same time kicking
i r : rren where credit is due, I believe

;I i that, all those who are acquainted him in the "shins" and biting his championship. H. D. Hack of KENTUCKY GRID HERO WHS
<" LOST-A fountain pen by a Hillsboro, Ohio, won the iron sght!
with my ability to hold out for the ear. He made a vicious swing at

t 1 fuD distance on 1h hot cake marathon lady half fulTof ink.Ex. my chest with his fist which I' championship at 50 yards and Al- We learn from the

j i 1 or any other event on the deftly avoided by stooping thus bert Nott of Janesville, Wis.,' won Xentrai
I{ Ke mel tfiat
A pin is a sort of funny thing, Freddy Fest, veio-
!,lj ; bin of fare, will admit that I deserve receiving the blow on my nose.I the iron sight championship football and
an basketball
t .. Yet one is like the otb rThey' star far
I ;.Fl H t the utmost limit of support will rot relate more concerningthis 100 yards. the
are always pointed in one Wildcats, was married in &
from all the inmates of the unhappy incident to
i except
direction.Yet cinnati where the '
'J .I! Tate boarding houses about Pri-// say that I had a quiet ide homein 200,000-voLT X-RAY MACHINE ketball Kentucky
slavers
headed in another.EnioryWheeL sojourned ee .
:
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r
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__.._ !!, __ Affectionately Appartus of inestimable valueto recent trip in Ohio. Freddy tat-
: 't:' ; yours Tied Miss :Mary Harris of Maiiia
: Girl (aftr running over young'man's CEDRIC. persons suffering from can-

dog)-"Oh, I am so sorry. Fairly Won -M-94). cer has recently been perfected Ferry, Ohio. 'culminating a romance

r 11 { Can I not replace the animal?" At the picnic yesterday I ran a in the laboratories of Columbia started in childhood.Couin .
:' foot race with a friend and beat
'
Stranger. "Surely. It was only REFERENCE SHELF HAS University. It consists of a 20000volt' ,-

C. ; :ay lap dog." Technique. him.Did BIG VALUEThe I <0 X-ray machine, that is Nell: "Suppose your 414 t *
win fairly?
you should lay an would
capable of photographing lines a egg YOluU-
Sure. I won by two_ feet. it
block The of to me, Johnny? I.
away. great power
J Henry: It was a case of love at university ligrary is now a j the machine is evident from the Country Johnny. "No, I'd sell fe""
,f LadY-I should like subscriber for a new magazine
,
j I to buy an to
lUst sight with me. fact that the will a museum, that chick is a
f rays pierce 12
The Reference, Shelf which
for ,
; easy-chair a gentleman. con-
; Richard Then why didn't inches rooster.
: : you of aluminum and
24 inchesof
.
Salesman- Morris? tains reprints of selected articles,
# I marry her? brick. Because of ire II -Kentucky Kerad.
I J.adyNo"Clarence. Reveille briefs, biographies, debates and danger
Henry I her again!
: saw on several attached to the
I "i" study outlines of timely topics. operation of the I

: occasions.EddInburgh Discouraging ExampleA These are placed OH reserve as machine, no one is allowed in the FLINT CHEMICAL SOCIETYDr.

Scotsman. little girl was regarding witha soon as they are received and are room while it is in operation.The .

1 1I critical her arrived available Bee. Leigh the Flint.O
t eye newly for the use of any one. gave
Y Geef are a Gem.
you
I baby brother. The proud father, Program committees from each'ofthe leal Society an Interesting lwta+
Well
'
Would Gillette kiss
!" me who was decidely bald and was different literary societies, U. K. AND GIVES RADIO I 'on "The Chemistry of the Stw"

Say, kid, I am Everready." rather sensitive about it, was members of the Debating Council, CONCERTThe i I last Wednesday eveniner. He cp-

Harvard Seated nearby. or anyone charged with' selectinga Ined his address 'Wft.hhe remark ,
4 1 Lampoon.
r What a pity 'our new baby' has question for 'debate will save University of Kentucky that modern astronomy

1"1 Crool Huh? no hair, she said. time in choosing the question, be band was the guest of the Louisville nothing more than physics ear

r'. I **I have something in my eye,", It'll grow beautifully later on, assured of material if he will first Courier-Journal' and. Times chemistry transferred to the heir?:

'f The peevish student said. replied the nurse. consult the Reference Shelf. Each -Tuesday evening, where they gavea eng. He described the Internfe.

I J i | IrIS prof. sanguinely murmured "But hasn't dacld/ been a dreadfully number is devoted to a single program over the W. H. A. S. chemical devices which -astra. '

i. Would instead it was your head.'* long time'starting?" exclaimed subject and' contains reference to broadcasting station. Many telegrams mers have devised for determ1n1s. .'

t .i -Sun Dodger. the little maid with a every noteworthy publication on were received during the the comnoMtion, velocity j '*ni It"

I glance at her father. that subject. Up to this time the concert requesting the repetition: 'tatlon of thCIJ heavenly bodies -.

library has received five members cf certain numbers, and commending Alter
i 1st Co-ed: "Say I'm off you I dwelling for some time ea5the "

j far life for getting me that date THE SCRUB of the magazine; number 1, Cancellation the band- for its excellent stars, Dr. Leleh turned to tl 5 .

} f for the football game yesterday. of the Allied debt; number playing. discussion of meHorites and ri I Not so husky as the man, 2, China and Japan ( The Kentucky Kernel rites
a He was absolutely the rudest mane a strong and, told of the message tier:
y ,, lever saw." One step higher In the clan, outline); number 3, St. Laurence brine us from snace. He ended
k Or perhaps as good at buckingor River Ship Canal number 4 Kan- WITHDRAWALS FROM F. S. C.
2 Co-ed: "Why you must be ; with a few minutes talk on 'tMi't
I
"wrong. I've known him for years But as fast; sas Court on Industrial Relations; FEW'THIS YEAR riddles of the skies, the s'narl'Altoepther
as to grit and will
,
i numbc 5, Towner-Stirling Bill. -
( s and I am sure he is not. What It was a most Interest
He was even stronger still < From the
The president's
did he ? University library has a office ?
talk or
say nqr on Im"'+rtnt T>hase
j; 1st Co-ed: 'lie was terrible. And for punch he had the.var- standing order for all books' of comes the report that there were the noblest of all sciences.

Is Co-ed: "He was terrible. sity outclassed. *- the Handbook Series published by .

: Not a hero in the game. H. W. Wilson Co. Each volume '.... -- ------ .
lum would .
he yell outs Hold thatSue. But scrub -- --- --.. ---:;;
:'r ." Ex. a ; contains a selected bibliographyand -
f Not a winner of the fame, reprints of desirable materialon
r THE
But a scrub! UNIVERSITY BOOK I;
STORE
_;" i And I'll Drop Them As a human punching one of the leading questions of
bag
{ First College Student (over telephone the day. In case of a subject
: i I ? He would grin but 'never lag Basement Language Hal
,
suitable for debate briefs included .
I ): "What are you doing? are .
And as to giving up he'd be the also.
Second Student: 'I just finished last! I I
washing my B V D's.' II

f Central (breaking in): I'm ring- MR. C. C. CARR MANAGERST. I '"
He
!t; ; firs; 'them." Emory Wheel. would watch the others slay PETERSBURG TIMES New Lin eof University '

: I In the glory of the day, WILL SPEAK TUESDAY Jewelry and Stationery, Large] .. .

> With a plea within his heart for Assortment of -,.
i Pennants
Musketry
InstructorGreat them to win Freshman Caps, Memory -
; The class in
ioarnalsm!
I Scott! man, whatever made you will
"t' ire before the range was clear? And he'd share the victory's heat hear a lecture on Feb. 27 by C. C. Books, Eta

-41 r Doyon know you just missed me? Right along with their defeat Carr, manager of the St.Peters-
I As he'd
: i Recruit No did I? back them with his op. burg Times, according to a recent ..'-- ----- -
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But ,
they'do not shout
his
; Recruit-I'm awfully Serpent. name, thoritties. Mr. Carr was one of the t
sorry,
} He's'a scrub! speakers at the Greenleaf & t
.- Selected. press banquet in Crosby Company
Yet he's winning t
I sj.I every game- Gainesville November 18, when .

I ; A Popular Guy As a scrub! the Associated Dailies of Florida t

a Poor Boob (delightedly-And Though he's hidden from our sight, held its quarterly meeting here. JEWELERSs

g I l m be a santa claus to YQU.- Should we lose him in the fight, :Mr. Carr so impressed the members t -

it b" e -'"Slur,/BaU r bored) --Good and Or let the jewels of his crown of the class and university t Jacksonville Florida
dim
grow ?
?enLm the Instructors that
4i; -:, comes but once a he was invited
t : TrriTiger..:? ; Technique. .that night to visit the University t I Medals Cass]
-" later Rings and
on in Ping.
the year and make a Commit-

i ? t .fives of eentlp ;, remind ns-, TO BE OR NOT TO BE special talk to the ttudents of tees in search of loving cups or trophies

r, 7Jt let us put i$& a, rhyire_.. I'd journalism. He accepted the Invitation suitable for Golf ,
i Think of all the' little footprints rather be a Could Be, : ,. but has found !It Inconvenient I Tennis or other athletic
-ttI They leave If I could not be an Are- to leave events, will find it
.upon the sand of time Fn* a Could Be is : his business until an easy matter to'
a mavbe now. Choose from selection

> :'ol1nWhat. animal most With a chance of touching par. The subject upon which ho will" will packages which \ve !
** i i, proaches ap IM rather be a Has Been I I gladly send
man? Than speak has not Voi n announced! !; he Upon approval. '
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:>.. t> + + + + * + + .b a hearty applause the society If J -

continued with its regular order.

;t j EXCHANGENEWS 4 The most important jhase of the Popular Goods at Popular Prices at I

; business meeting was a passingof I. Inf
,'t a motion to appoint a committee '--
: "
BURKHIM'S I 1
- \ N. D. St. John ,.
-t I + to see about a regular meeting : ti .
: i' + place ot its own for the society. Lo t '

: Off + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + The meeting closed by a talk by f

Mr. J. B. Hazard on the subject: ---o. If(; _
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,_ "JjJrjERATION OF STUDENTCOUNCILS nual Dartmouth C .iaL Some 1 I I
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five or six American colleges in I: ----- \
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THE LYRIC THEATRE
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nnd Saturday, the
t
Friday
On addition to McGill, are competing J. S. BODIFORD I 0
7th, and 8th, the rep:: 3entatives in this event, and there will have t 0 I You Know How We Stand on All College Matters I it. a

p of the most progressive colleges to be a great effort shown by the i i t and I .. L' ,
at Tech 4------- ---- if : : ,
5 in the South met Georgia winners to obtain the honors above I! COMPANY Iwsoo.rs.r. | "
* to'disttISS plans for the organization the rest. The events include ski i i1 t tl
Druggists if Phone 32 j ,
of a Southern Federation of dashes and ..... ... ti t-
** snowshoe dashes of 150 'I -------- jV ;
* Student Councils. This is the yards, ski proficiency tests, including j-- "l i
Technique's Interpretation of this the various methods of 1 I SPORTING GOODS j>! t ; : -

f federation. "The Federation of .turning and general confidence t Sanitary Cleaning: & j It t Football Tennis Y, r f x _

' Student Councils will do for the and control in skiing. Cross I .
coun- Club Hardware of All Kinds \; ,
Pressing 0 "
| carious schools what each Stu- try events in skiing and snow- t :
.
SEE US $
I : i, ;
; dent Council does for its.'indivi- shoeing are run over the hills t Opposite Star Garage I + : : s

dual college. All matters of dis-, around the college. A relay race I : i 0 t"

pute will be referred to the federation run by a team of four men from t THE THOMAS COMPANY ,
LET US CLEAN 'EM { i
i for settlement TTnhealthy each college shows the compara- : Phone 22 6 : ( 11- -w
t
practices, such as Betting on collegiate tive merit of the teams in ski : WEST SIDE OF SQUARE .: _: i -
i athletics, and ill-feelings Dyeing and Pressing Also I J .
dashes. The final event of the I t I t-. ( '.

will be eliminated by the Federa- meet is ski jumping, held on the t Phone 675 JI ..........O..O...... :

tion, if such a thing is possible. new Dartmouth jump opened last I a I ,
Good feeling ,among the schoolswill year. McGill Daily. ----------4, I. :
be an object of this organization : !wsmsssssH !f !:f !h ,1

and all matters pertaining to TWENTY CO-EDS SIGN UP FOR A. H. Doran

the welfare of students in gen- BOXING AT UNIV. OF ILL. r lOt

eral will be within its jurisdiction. I For Bicycles and Bicycle I f| GAINESVILLE FURNITURE COMPANY .

It is being sponsored by the Inter- Twenty women;;;;; the University I Accessories ;!;fl 'it.
I .
232 East Main Street South u: t
Collegiate Conference, an athletic of Illinois have sigped: up for '

nganization. boxing. This is the first organ- -- Victrolas and x Records i .J ,

The actual organization will belike ized boxing undertaken the _
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that of the Student Councils women of that university The I wffi
D. R COX TELEPHONE 86 t' r' :
iI I II Proprietor
Meetings will be held at certain classes will be held ouotdoors, unless I lOTTO F STOCK i '

dated intervals during the course weather prohibits, and the j 'i t' Jif

of the year, and an executive com- coach, Miss Irene Streed, plans to I I TAILOR I !::5 :; Jr t ::. '

mittee of from 5 to 7, memberswill divide the class into three groups I M I SHBSffifSSffi&ffiffiffi ? r

; be appointed to handle and one of which will box while an- j

dlsposs ol the matters which may other will be running, and the 11 t. AND ''I [: .
t>
i
arise. Each Student Council wul third group will be doing calisthenics t t tI.

have a vote, and those schools "Exercise is the motive back 1 I DRY CLEANER ST. PATRICK'S CATHOLIC CHURCH I'Lf i\
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I. I
which have not; councils will also of the whole idea," says Miss II E. MAIN STREET, NORTH
,
have representation. Steed. The Bee. I V :t' f

"Delegates from the, following I Phone 354 II II1 Reverend John Conoley, S. T. L., Rector I

col'eges: were present: University Sing that pathetic little ballad ----- -- TELEPHONE 629 .I'
of Alabama, Mississippi A. & M., entitled, "Take back your heart I = 11 '. :1! ,

University of Missouri, V. M. I., ordered liver. X Ray.SOCIETY ----------1 1" 't":;
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University of North Carolina, I YOUR RAZOR I I SCHEDULE OF SERVICES I ij!

Clemson, University of Florida, I SUNDAYS-10:30 A. M. and 7:45 P. M i. tit--, r

University of Tennessee, Vander- t. BLADES I Iit I WEEKDAYS-7:30 A. M. .1 .\i
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kilt? : "
AG CLUB t Sharpened at about one- t :
S
'TECU.FLORIDA BASKETBALLGAME third the cost of new bladesSWEARINGEN'S .1.1I I.
The first number on the programat I .............. ...............

Tech had little difficulty in trimming I the Ag. Club, Monday evening I I I : ALEX CAFETERIA : Ir:
the "University of Florida was a snappy debate on the ques- I V

Saturday night by a 52 to 20 tion, "Resolved that the Allies I AT IDEAL CAFE I FRESH-CLEAN GOOD .: :
should cancel all internationaldebts _-t
outclassed
The Gatoors
core. -
were I Opposite Fire Station '
inevery department and seemed made during the late war. ._ -- ----_ ..I : : Here's the place to get :
C. B. Vancleef and Rat Bnca
bewildered the dazzling passing .
by what want when
upheld the affirmative side and you 4
ud speed of the Tech quintet. The i
<
C. A. Scarboro and Rat Bethea want it. :
Yellow Jackets tried out a new you : t
0
advocated
the negative. The
combination which worked most .
judges decision in favor of / i
successfully. Jimmie firewster the affirmative. was +. ANYTHING at ANYTIME +:. xlt
went in Joe Eckfordho
at center for .

was handicapped by a weak 1 Following the debate, Rat Tay' .............................. i
lor entertained the club with the
ankle, Denicke took Brewater'aplace
'discussion of current topics of In-
at forward.
The game started with a rush, terest. One of the numbers of SEE

Jenks the first two the program was postponed because ;
registering
of the absence of G. C. Paul. Vidal Drug Company
counters for Tech before Florida I I
Mr. Smith a noted author and
cored. Goal after goal was rung FOR DRUGS STATIONERY, TOILET ARTICLES,

wp by the Yellow Jackets. Most lecturer gave the club a short CANDIES SOUVENIR CARDS, WATERMAN
'talk on the scientific attitude in ;
f the shots were from right un- S
PENS'I
4er the basket after a series of life.Coach
Richbourg gave the cluba
[ food had put the ball in
passes few of his experiences while We Our Own Lenses
grind
the of who
hands Jenks or Roane THE REXALL STORE NO.2'I
at Iowa State college and followed
scored all of Tech's points in the NODELAYQainesVille
with a few remarks urging more
I
first half. Florida was slow and 719 W. University Avenue
'Ag. men to come out for baseball. Florida I
when they had a shot at the bas- :
ket usually threw wildly. due to College Stationery, Pennants, Drugs, Toilet Articles, 1
Program for Ag. Club Monday 19.
[th* excellent guarding of the I II Fountain Pens.
I .
f
F Jackets. '
Debate, Resolved that the gov- I '
The Drug Store Nearest the University"Prompt
Jenks and Roane were the high :g
ernment of the United States !n! i
icorers for Tech with sixteen Service
Delivery
should accept Henry Ford's pro-
[points each. For Florida Byrd '
to operate the Muscle .I PHONE 360-W
posal
and Hoit made six points.
each fwSl
Shoals project. Aff. W. M. Davis nM .I
the whole Tech squad played well F -
'C. J. Neilson Neg. G. W. Pryor, I
;with Jenks, Roane, and MathcsonI t
I G. E. Johnson. t :I
furnishing the majority of the
Make the Library serve G. A. II
I thrills: I- -475- I
Martell. : I STYLE
The line-up follows: ??T?T' II I _i
[tech (52)) Florida (20) Impromptu

R. F. I BIGGEST MANUFACTURING t I i j ji

[Jenks (16)) Mos (2)Denkk Farr .Literary the Society night of the SENSATION WAR SINCE THE. 1 ALL THE WHILE
meeting on
L. The ,imitation, but the
Not a cheap
5th opened with a talk by:>> Dr. shces the t i -
[ (2) Byrd (6) highest grade on 1
Farr. His subject proved to be market for Men who demandhe j i '
C.
interest and closenessto best at reasonable prices. 1 I t :
of great ,
[Brewster (2) Miller (2) one Moving Pictures. In his Made in a standardized unit j I'f t !i :'I
R. G. all- I factory where only the latest
importance
the great I'i .
|8taton Norton talk he brought out adopted. Material
L. G. of the moving picture I I and styles workmanship are of the highest I II II i 1 ,'

fRoane ((16) Newtoa (1) and suggested that they may be class. Real Calfskin uppers I I /1 \1
I oak leather soles and .
more importan A new, light solid .1
even
counter. Wine Foot rubb- I" ,
this most to 1c.
thrown on up "
TECHNIQUE was I heels lasts that have style fit ,
[EASTER INTER.COLLEGIATE date subject when he brought up comfort. Just the shoes you are I : Suits-Rats-Furnishing Goods
SKI MEET the fact that they are one of the I looking for. Come and lee

This morning the ski and snowshoe three distinct ways of telling a I I I i: BAILEY THE CLOTHIER
Farr closed this most ,
Dr.
team entrains for Dartmouth story. them.L. i '
urging the C. SMITH
nt 11E'ge.in the Hanover Eastern, N. H.,- to take demand interesting for talk good by pictures. I I 'TAMPA, FLORIDA--,

Intercollegiatem had ielt amidst.: .. .. I ;
Farr
I After Dr. - -
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4,4 -, ( R ONIZE ALLIGATOR ADIERTKSERS ~.: U ,4 PA TRONIZE I *1 I I Tou U wet FOR A GREATER FLORIDA t hTrianulrdebate tryouts nightt the judges choose 1*t Clubi S. C.,toebt SUfiwersity of Tennessee. J W miloek was chosen as alternative en will uphold the oethat the Allied ess rineured in C V Fussel and 1. W J syi chosen to go to 1< ., debate the Unhiereity af firrNations catrying Ternign noxville of S. C. sinm, they will uphold the negatale side. Tlb men, trying out for the team weit J C Bird, 0 It Davis, McCal, ft L Hodges, M w Wells, r S Jennings. W J Bullozk: S W Vc~hnis, E F Turncr ant! J J Hiendrick. The judges of the tryout were: Dran owm airn sn. Dr. Bristol, ENGINEERS AND MI PLAN BIG FED The Ags. and Engin eets are planning to hold their vs arny getEetber ronic time next month while the datte has rot boon definitely decided, it wvilI probably be dtapd March 5. It has been custamary in previous years for the Ag. and Eng'neers to tnke turn about rs host tothe students of the nther colleges. Last year they combines sriving one big barbecue I, the patturn .nuth of the old expiewIment staton barns. At this lime bread, pickles, coffee, dough-. its and harbe-ned beef and pork Were seryd. It is expected that t. program this year will be Similar to that of Iart, tin, several 419w feature, art' heine rnnned. Committees hare been appointed to attend to the 'matter. Tne w, -dpq .n the Floria Alintodrt we itpossible for you to read this paper. CAMPAIGN BEING GENEROUSY TO RESPONDED OVER STATE; COMITTEE IN NORTH VOCATFS WORLD PEACE IN ADDRESS :national isolation at this crists in 'the n tirs history, when nor help is so much needed. ib nothing short if damnalle, Fred B. 2mh, world famous international "Y-' woikxr, tie sared Thursday n3ght In a stirriuz two and u h *ll hour adores< at the gvmi ;u -1. He further stated that the tuo I I of seret I ploma -V th r a ized m as <94 of all pe' ples ini rligon<, acept Mohm'vo+ "ill be th .cale of another .v' I war whm five .uare excellent c ~v Mr \L' h whe "ow rm Cd hv Mi;s A 'n 4 humy Mr Reh we i cunr l wth the World klh r l 10: rai nal Frien'a I ii I Ptoe, srflft ten morth ,rO I,; vow toutmng the we d anI arw+atmg world ;,cece. 11 -ir c anries and tal: yr hia eont thons with reli; 't; 'irket an boelal workers as we l as with great statelnf As a rewy s a alike traits of the pe oply of tbe worn ,. Mr. Smith suggesting a cru tle to Change the minds of humanity and 'gave five main discuss 0n5 of the proposed crusade. Firs, arbitration: second, conference., third. world court, with economic p'enalty, fourth, cooperation among nations, and fifth, the organized christian church, which under progressive leadership. will initiate a tow epoch for the world. AND WEST OF AND QUART r INE, SEENTY-ONECt Student Body' in Rousing Awakening; 96 Per Cent Of Law College Has Subscribed. The canmpatgn for a student ectis itiis building rapidly drawing toward, a -uccessfui cdose. .Throuwhout the rate, where'r the rea h:t' h n aiequately pr"sent*d to the peopht they have sr rmU I Y.nr obvad to tr rothr, ni we part .flr m. '.V-%i .ronr tra wet vi lli Palntki a' vth thy qua 'r'l'el zvcr'ft rtimbr s 'r flvn then pro. eii -o t, Au rutr. where two ye rv a -'til a, ir; .yrj het-! o firt at. flr~t, Xv Club !urwiho 'n a! 4k -h-r F m e a Ii m,. cr,\w w hil, hai asmi h'od in the park. Thov went to Jak-onvdllant met with the State Exe-utive Campaign Conmitte at a luncheon in the Sem Inole hotel Mornlav evenir'e, at eight 'clock, a meeting was held in the IJacksonville armory. The PrOgram w.as opened by the Universty Band w hich had hue, aent over for the ocasion and had spent te day in parading the streets and advertising the meeting. Several aongs by the Utfversity quartet followide, and then the evening's speaking began Mr. Hathaway, principal of the Duval High School and an ,lurnnu, of Fin ridaf Dr. A. A. Murphree; D.MeNair be the First Presbyterian church of Jacksonvilte: and .Mr. Bryan were the speakers for the evenmng. STATE BATTAION MADE FINE SHOWING IN THE INSPECTION The l~ .vermit out well IA ItN Ii r-t leterri nc 4 Metr be placed in thr I> guishe Celefe< '1 wa; Colonel Moor N in charge of all R 0 in the Furlh ( hi~ i .u irt Ph hnlI orgIa Sni tha t' u tr in r, i ri t I Of baxi h am' Cat!, no l-kod our qua.! V TuL' fls a Wa Tue zdav nmo we'K, the cour 'it; platoon and company lurila camlh 0pectlon to n t it should *of DistinV inspector bals, who is T(. ma tt r, Area. andi Fiat t m a r e <:-t Ithatthduing h on rri d OTT Jr ill Or, Wednesdax afternoon the ucual Drsq parade nreceeiied by ICompany inspect'nn Lv the cadet Captains, was closely observed by Colonel Falls, who tearkIed several ties at the good ines which passed the reviewing officer, cadet Major Wilson. Thu-sday inorring thre was more clo'e order drill during which the platoon leaders endeavored to show if their patoons tothe best advantage. After the parade Wednesday. 'he t'olonel evprersed hi, dpstre to ,peak to the sen,0r officers He spno tor a few minute' In a very friendly manner whimh im3 NO. 20 TRYUT ARC5 The tru r the annual Agmeetii'g of 5. The qu(: so!' ed, Th the Utriteri Henry Fir fhe Mu~elc a has zh~ debate will si1~ of Ce veal l.'rr>i t-. w ort. r the Ag Club on March ~tit~~ for debate is 'Re at ih~ (lii' eminent of StaN's should accept d" propo~a1 to operate S hr.! or ott Flo ri .0firmtt ive .r ide. The he1.! it tire Unh er~ A p. I S. La~t rnprSE 'l of' r 't (orgi. mn thtr 1F(htI14 be inn the perSthe smt %Vrav anl dI fur the .A? C ,ub ah. -, trilnph mnen~rt pIm Vy MR. BEN F. ROGER DENT PASTOR At (~a' I 7' -~i v th. u r ''r atr t h -h o I :h, Mr R Q r fim tl i Thloin pi an! VI a gain' m in r' ut-ret a prr a hr.r at t> Blue fliic. N C C-n fe 'en Ttro hi a verv n' az nroLe prernalitv and an Ophflmistir temperament which refus'' to Took on the hark e>Ie of life. In his new work ae st nd'et pa; tot, Mr Roger will carj for the social as weell as the religious nwedq of the Methrodist men and be wishes to bef fellow, on the pressed every "good follow"' man to mase estimation of he expressed it he thotwht our and behind riends with all the campus. one that he was anti the kind of a an inspection. His the Univeruity .s was very high, and student body loyal the school. He ended Y. M.C. A. CABINET COMPLETES PLANS FOR ACTIVITIES DURING THE SEMESTER MINUTE GROUPS. FRIENDSHIP COUNCIL. AND wrrg-'cn~ AT Sthi. high hoeir. On the Saturday V ol wing the tappmng the Cabmeit ain r. Whit e l-ifterdcon ilrtPt m ~ a tri -o Ocala. LIc urg an Mo' )r FLORIDA WILL HAVE A MONTHLY MAG AZINE, PRIZE OFFERED FOR BEST NAME QUILL CLJIB oRG;ANI7,ED; ideA. a to a peri' l I a! I Pt aa it is t for Met that UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA, GAINESVILLE, FEBRUARY 17, 1923 FI #1 F" t hi tmthn TIlEY

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-.vyi~&. *Lh wh (qtrbr +4'+ ++ *: Percy ). -Football A.explains and how to football so t person can uid~rstand Otto Jes*IW guage" Have town working tivities Buidin, Al JOUr local be the bas prominent that are it of education equally a committee in your for the Student ig Campaign' Organ' zation .is for one. Ad the citizens of yo'ray ,teresterl in the ca e in Flo-ia concernedl fare of the yourg ml 'that are gotngz is a reat need of Florida whic :wdt sre with thre we1en of :lhe town to school. There dat the University Ih all people State should realize. If you nation in have no your an organiown, get busy with the other alumni wfl C spreading what thi such con'nmittee. g some publicity campaign Florid, alumni 'so far--should because and forni Start 15, Ralph I. Jcyner., hiA B S E E at florida out in San knttjsa., a Captain swho took s making L it: T-aa gS ivl is stationed at Fort Sam 21, Len r 'Ti :s a I Ha lenie Jrame "T earn Liter Heritage," he Traditic nature by deli. and "Essays, Modern" Myers, will all appe Watch it" he average it. "Lan.rsofl. "Out by H. R. -Eur U. *~t .. flarrett WenClassical and by F. W.l-. al to our english sharks. ors hoe fam Her' tthe {ie; Hen' te ghe pn y Here's to the piwclair:; Here's to the honor then NEGRO CON A now bven criato Coima and Houston Hi txul:urist at the Kwvuiwtunz Agri u!tu-rau andi i Station in 4 graduation I where h r I el ot the Con. -. 21, Dank! F xput,e r A t tma. .After o me to H1nrlulU, in the (ilice C '<--. B. 1'mnght who took his B S E E he:e. entered Army afta T C course. tir ri g has H -rowv 1st I in the 20th infant rv fling, Ga. Knight was as to ,a memberof' really meaYns. are but a few youIr efforts be less of your lazk 'erhaps the question as to just why this cannot be built by trust that in numbers. haq come building the state. this point has teen mad, clear before. but it is briefUnder constitutional can not appropriste funds for a Student hence the neceslamust be realized subscriptions. Jr hi Cant a' Stba 22, Daniel L. Le:is Assistant Enziiit Drainag, flktrio Au is 'iwv.' tall fr~ hi n + t .j~ t. cc-, (I" r -. a ,. p.r&' ~ ~ 't A> >1. It lorflitOr e. Th whn a color. al 'a V. t ph fr .v. Ma .~.'.1. N -50000-See-a eeee~ I e I the "Old Song!" --A 9 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 wee-es a Gjaint vi11e St 5t Cn. I has beo, enin Citrus Canke ing recently be n -Board inspector dale. When he v works Stte hayPWant at Fort Laudera it Flw an he made Phi Kappa Phi, and he'd numerous office ScampUs. 22. Chadl pha Zera, : itcut 3 Onl rhe s M% \lani, B S A Allarge S (~i osets, cience alt Mrs. rutnu HalS Ranlsev, *4.,., 4 4. uminli AcLet of the Such S You up We state gaged lim,Actiby m the gam s o pe on b p 2 He s r. q vad. reign;

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IWFLORIDA.ALLIGATOR C-I.! Vi rHull, Otis Green and Alpha 9 to Jnmt Peabody Club Peabody club held Its regal meeting last Monday night Peabody Rail. Only a compaj tively few members were preset but the president earnestly quests that every member Teachrs collee ttend ymc make a better club. After the business of the evc jag and regular parlimentary dr were finished the newly elect officers were installed. The first thing on the progri was an extemporanious speech Mr. L. It. Ramsey. The subj4 he used was "Wasted Materia The nature of the talk was int form of a suggestion that son thing be done to utilize the pos bilities found in Peabody's pOei orators and military officers, a use these in educating Peabod' fame. Mr. H. E .Ftickey gave two minute talk on "Life int ILaw College." This was unusus. good. The debate that was to ha been on the program this even, was postponed because two of t debaters were absent. After M K. B. Hart. the writer had ne dered his report, the meeting adjourned. Cw JspitatIoa Ball-Wo, February 15, Formal. 7a1 AmegS Annual Valg2I-Wflns Club, Fr!F*UayY 18, Formal. NR Dance-Women' a jiph Epslon Annual Day Ball--Women' S gugd 16, FormaL Alpha Epsilon Founder's BqtewWhite House, SatEarth 17. and Blade Annual March 29, Formal,. Sigma AnnaI InstallaMl.Women's Club, Friday, 30, Formal. Sigma Dansant--Wodub, Saturday afternoon, 3t. -11T3E ANNOUNCE INIATEAS a week of mirth for the but one of a spooky for the pledges the various itis on thv campus tr,the following initiates: pa Sigma; Dick 1'V'e, H-oSmith, Otto Nolte, JacksonRupert Koblegard, Fort ;Carl Johns, Starke; J1. R. ,Gainesville; Horace Hull, ; A. S. Gilbert, KissimManuel Glover, Lakeland; Bedding. Keith Black, Lake kobert Reynolds, Pittsburg. for Farr literary Society Feb. 19. 1923. The Most Harrowing Experier of my life.-Mr. McGill. death-Mr. C. T. Davies.scrd The most amusing experience my life.-Mr. Robert Burritt-. Breaks I've made.--Mr. W. Middleton. Pirnt. flub Holds Initiation The Pirate Club CALENDAR Jp.dance, Rap. .b~y, Feb. 17, Program pa Alpha: John Bond, Norr; illia Pierce, Tornton Lamar Lancaster, Bartow; Troxier, Nat Mayo, Ocala,; Williams, Douglass HenderTailabassee; Mark Edwards, sassa; Alber HowAtt Sty. Harris, Tamnpt. Kappa Alpha: lioger flandall, bert Peterson. Edgar Todd, ?eternburg; Barco Bishop, auville; Newton UcCiung, fttter; Edwin Trasco, Key ;Bill Anderson, Orlando; ket Conoley, Sanford. Ida Chi: Elmo Weeks, Harold ig, Tampa; Raymond Daniels, onSprings; Robert Tomlin,. SCity; Fhed Bartelson, Ernest stWinfield Hendry, Fort r;Wallace Shafer, Haines SBurtoi Williams, Olin Pay. fallahassee; Carson AndreWS,. inville: Maxwell Wells, Pan.City; William Paty, Edward fl, Miami. ph. Tau Omega: Dick Brown, Dickcinson. W. D). Brown, Soinville; Willis Middlekauf, Lomaine, Orlando; HA! k, Gainesville; William Hicks, ord Elitch,, Tallahassee; J. T. r, Haines City; C. H. SumPalm Beach; John Graham, sflts, Kismme Len, Woods sa. I'mA Alpha Epsilon: Donald PAGE THREW a. SOCIETY AND CLUBS EDGAR BUSBEB ice to of S-. of the Umversity held their annual initiation last Thursday afternoon on and around th, campus and downtown. The Pirates take in none but old men, yet some of the onlookers might have thought that they were initiating a number of Rats from the capers they were put through and their manner of dress The initiation was in the form of a fancy dress parade which begaD near the campus and ended on the square with a number of stunt. Several races were run. "Ponky" Woodberry being the winner in one of the most conspicious and side-spliting racea of the year. Others were dressed as girls, and ore Warren Jackson had to wash his feet in a tub of cold water rfght in front of Mader's despite his modesty. Jimmie Clarke carried a prosperous o d ehi ken with him, as wa eidenced by the crowd of eggs that rained en them as they attempted to make addresses from th' t '.nd~ stand. Other costumes wcr tlLV .-----------------------age number of p&:ons visting the library each Jay from Mo'vav to Friday, inclusive is 422; on Saturdays, 263 and Sunday, when the library is open from 2 to 4 primarily for recreational readmrg, 81. The reserve book circulation for the first semester tnt, year amounted to 16,073 as co'npared with 16,036 for both semesters last year. Books on the various reserves were used as follows: Dr. Enwall, 985; Dr. Turtinoton, 125; Dr. Fulk 1051, Dr. Norman, 721; PrMf. Cody, 132;; Prof. Day, 128;: Prof. J. S. Rogers, 174; Major Floyd, 1221; Prof. Willoughby, 10; A a .-Promptly at 8 o'clock the guests began to arrive and were ushered to their tables by the boys of the club. Each was given a valentine card at the door, bearing inscriptions such as 'T'm anybody's valentine,bDo not push," and others. Te tables were spread in a noat sumptuous way. A four course dinner was served, consisting of grape fruit, creamed potatoes,. french peas, asparagus salad, strawberry ice creanM, cake and coffee. During dinner a complete vaudeville program was rendered in fine cabaret si Bob Swanson' who took part were Jimmie original "Frisc acteristbe way Lyle to the music of Floridians. Those *in the vaudeville Clarke, who did his :o" in his own char,.jnd was caled on for several encores; drick, who gave a re Shooting of Dan Mc Clark, who did somt interpretating the Ia dances; and Chris Cli an oriental dance in ished style. Last bi John Hen,,ding, "The Grew"; Jere real stuff in ~test modern ark, whO (lid .ht most finat not least was an interpretative "Spring Dance" by Miss Margaret Irvin of St. Augustine. This number was a real treat. Immediately following dinner King TerpsichOre reigned sup'emO until ynid-night. Dainty programs were distributedd with the order of' wwwr rwn Mr. Stoutmare, 43; Prof. Strong, 11; Prof. Lord, 1600; Debate, 57; Dr. Roemer, 102; Dr. Bristoj, 209) Dr. ILeake, 2665; Vocational Engtash, 29; Prof. F. Rogers, 1Z5 and for English, 1, II, and IV, a tat of 3804, making a grand total of 16073 for the first semester of thus year as compared with 7695 for the first semester of last year-more than twice as many as were used last year. It should be noted that Philosophy and Phyehologp overlapped to some extent with Sociology, and Education under Dr. Fuik overlapped with History under Dr. Lake. -I -p ~0FLORIDA BARBER SHOP WEST SIDE SQUARE Guaranted Servlce and Coaram is our Mottn J. CPREVATr, Prop. Bedding, Pillow Cases, Sheets, Blankets RIBBONS-RIBBON NOVELTIES MADE TO SPECIAL ORDER [I +. ie We Invite College Men to See and Try Un (u EDERHEIMER ar STEIN CLOTHES in rant 3 3 4 reof re Specially designed for the straight, slim figures of Varnity men-tailored to to look as g'iod in the showdown as they do in the showcase. Some of the nmodels have inverted-pleat backs that finish with a belt. .ill Some have bellows shoulders; also belted. Some have patch pokets that ed button through, other patch pockets are plain. Some are two button. Some am are three button. by~ All in all it's a showing that reveals the finest in fabrics and finished makel." rn'nship. Extra value is, of course, to be expected. he eSuper-Fine Ederheimer-Stein Suits at Fifty and Sixty Dollars 'Cnd EVERYTHING MEN AND BOYS WEAR y's he ir. In-4 a 4 JACKSONVILLE, CORNER BAY AND LAURA I; II I IA V I 1.-I -1 F THE k Iy *% ha :1;] Li

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PAGE FOUR -----~ --_ a a a a -~ till t .2 V I r I A I September 29, rider the acts of H. LANGWORTHY ROBERT WRAY. WEEKS B. A. CARLTON OVERSTREET W. RUSSELL -Assistant K. K. HANSEN J. F. BLATT. ELMORE, EDGAR BUSBEE B. W. AMES .-..BRADSHAW.J. W. Usher, Don J. D. Sibert, T. H. Parham, Sam lini West, G. H. Bee, W. Emmons, WILSON ._ D. A. RAMBO Recently it was announced 1912, at the PostM1arch 3, 1S79. Editor-.in-Chief Managing Editor Mlanagin~g Editor Sport Editor 4. Sporting Editori Mlake-up Editor Joke Editor A mst. Joke Editor >ujety Editors Alumni A t. Alumni Ftiange MuSt ary C. Booth, C. D. Keen, C. A. Cornwall, Waiitec Editor Editor Editor Editor M1artell, R' :fer,Frank-. B. Gambit. M meS .Assistan that a school be established here as a unit of the department This is another step forward for Florida, and or long-felt want. Each year in the past hundreds left our state to take upa pharmaceutical cours DOW it will be possible to obtain this training a versity, The department of chemistry at Florida is o the South. Better instructors can not be foun4 its equipment is adequate to offer courses in all istry, both for B. S.degrees and for a master courses more broadening or interesting than th nor could it be taught with more thoroughness than it is here. Chemistry is the science of the tution of all matter. A knowledge of the chemi must be acquired before that thing may be used It not for the chemist, steel would be brittle might contain poison. The pharmacist handles all chemicals, those which preserve life and des eat enem~A-isease. The present Stience Hal the chemistry and pharmacy a foresighted legislature the finances, these two perhaps important -h great joy ninety-five departments, and F deems it expedie a larger building will departments be Eiu> MIanager cem Manager of pharmacy is to~ of chemistry. a of students I e elsewhere,. have but tthe State Urnne of the d best in anv~xvhere, and phases d%,. of chemV skegree ewW u IS can be found, and enthusiasm ultimate constistry of anything properly. Were and one's food the most vital of troy man's greatI will house both n the future when nt to put forth erected to contain alone. out into new fields, cent of her resources untouched. seems to have been the rule throughout history that the people of the old, but that is training dents of this university seem that The idea hi her OWfl sons to and each year 3ver-y line to of industry. rtziy magazine will doubtless as been advanc and since "Florida" our literary There is no doubt that has productions it is needed is handed and which must be discarded gr( reap the It new is not true of the many is sending forth scatter to be issued over the by the stube hailed with approval ~ed often during the paMt )wn so rapidly it would should grow for the amount in to the because of "A Ig~tor > lark of in S -4--.-N on the Received -La. clearly emphasizes the way pavement, of the in proportion. of aood litex'ery week, space. is consuderable such a an merits project from rnatvrializimg doult. pulicati101. Only the difficulty has kent the organization of a monthly heretofore. give full approval, further the 5rniree~ scheme providing will not be The faculty" (0 nmittoe of fininig magazine will ig that nO'>rtisements. etc., to taken from the Alligator's of vevenhI~ ftflr(~ who nrn wnrlcincr nr tlia ni-in 0 1ja'.a last ro long under heavy traffic and coot so'; 'itl annul repair and maintenance for the reason that the brick surface carries more than its share of the burden instead of thrusting this burden entirely .on the oundation. Each! brick-smooth, hard, to,'ah C, '4 class matter, e, Florida, ui Entered as second office at Gainesv1ll KING I, I I y"I ii per fields are exploded by benefits granted them by nature, well-trained men in 4 eIp direct the wheels The advent of by every two years, erary material that RIVlED .Ass 4

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LdIATfl I. p 0 thirteen points. the other four Gators had Newton points. T a defense s&cred I which the stone wall variety. The lineups: Eta. Freshmen Jones tiebrfary pgparityi pzations 23 is the fatal day. butler the S'n'[nolo I Content. XVarious in d vi duals campai~gls canaidates. New ton (13) -. Fos. Winter Haven Lindstrom Forward (4),. Linehaug Forward uh Smith.-.--Brown Corn rt. In these lioublous ,OLi 'S ifa 2 whole el>. tote for y The tnaI round of Tennis Tourna atdhes was Emished Line. champion, defeated ford, Sophomore matrs of 6-4, 6-2, 6-0. -.Nichols Center Guard (6) (4) (2) -Marshall .---.Schellenberg Guard IGoalb Irom, field the bae.t; candidate th0 Interment singles on Monday Freshman Lynn Crawlampion, by *Line is the nnion of the Newton Nichols. Goals lenherg Time LANCE (2), -,Jones Lindstron, (2) (6), )t' from foul--Jones, (2). of periods-2n mf fi twenty-five for the various individual or thirty players positions., workouts out on the freshmen field each afternoon. This ready re.os tire at this earlyperiod for pracyear has been very gratifying to Coach Richbourg. who he considers prospects nling team this year than he expected, and extremely well pleased spirit of cooneratior the players this year. The candidate; states that for a winmuch better that he exhibited for pitchers the by have been trying out this week ate Ned Porter. freshman. sophomore; Cilh'rt JTohnson, freshman; Ted Pendarvis, Schelitet. sopho -re Henry Bray, junior; Hvmn freshman: Skin no Foster Smith., WVIII jam. % senir;L Senior; flraves ADOF ERS WORKING SPage One) aeh afternoon's little harder Coach Richbnurg of these eat-herq-. pitchers jKnatz,' .T.mpo freshman. in the flelping pra tic is the foflowine J. 5_ Conner, freeman; the Jade and the Or a'h eel, abeut twenty-fi ur THE INSPECTION (Continued from Page 1) saying that he was having by very fine time here and he hinted that he would hopes he does. sprinkled pdans plans go thvu the first is~ je will come uut abut the flrst of ApriL pIL-UtfUIIy ansi wt. If the present pwgel vi th enjoy being back us again, which BEST This undertaking of a feeling so v~ ra I students nine would meet wit from Page Ij is the result for some that such among suc e handed approval, who wish to contribute toons, witty articles an would go to make a that would be a credit Versity, a and a gloom-breaker be bailed with ijo y :h general and that it many men reular carpublication tn the U~nifor fr that lends, would ,anksgaa / /t It's a queer one, a puzzler-a a yet it b y.e II. rai I. somethr 'hich gi es hmn pleasure. and the mot m orr,. ble pess nijst admrit its beneficiaL V o 'ilir 1~To p. >. 'He -.1 ------CAREERS I Your!| It's 'Riei will be *' :ieir 6 eme Ii!. in b.e 7-. re .-tsi 3 r/e t ry oil. is s r w awl W I W ('lass ch .~ V -I FOR RENT Nice quiet rooms in same block as the College Inn. 129 Colleze Park Ave. ansaAaaassasAappppppApppppp Ar m ._ .m will with (Continued from Page 1) reent a response go in the with with saging bitter continue who time Val Givens, students several (3 d success and K by suitable gift

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fHEt FLORIDA ALLIGATOR I I r-I 'I I I,' II II I t. I 0 4 has Scottt Consents tO Popularity Contest hi View wss hal Seminole -ni of the fact that cntertd four men In popularity contest the the last I. ~1' 'Gee, you art a Gem." -Well, Would Gillette mre I "Say, ki. I am Everready."' -flarard Lampoon. Creel Huh? 9I have something in my th. peevish student said'. flit prof. sanguinely murnw '".Id instead it was your -Sun Dodger. lst C kr life fIn the c-ed: 'Say I'm for getting me football game Bewas absolutely I ever saw." S Co-ed: "Why wsng. I've known adI am sure hr akb say? 1st (N-ed: 'le Is Co-ed: "H., hfr be wonlil veil line r. h Cy ed dssi T,, I' off you that date yesterday. the rudest man you must him for is not. be years What was trrb. was terrible. out: 'mold that Exl~ee Stuen (o' or tele: What are von doing!" I St tiient -''1 just finished Bill-Th e Stocking. chiggers.Senior-This cold me to the bone. Soph-You should Selected. weather wear a Blue chifls hat.He-I would walk to te en o the world for you dear. SheI would surely prove your lore if the world w' Banter. "This i4 quite the remarked as he bit i ---Dirge. FroshPa., what di, Vici, mean? Dad, Oh, its just college yells. X Ray. ,sn't roundcow hip' h' ntowthe steak. loes Veni, Viofle of those nret for the high ho tor of "Bigges Eater," the patrons of HamMWy wish it to be understood that tey have a candidate fully as qualified for this position as any .f the afore mentioned aspirants. This is the nO lees personage than 1 W. Seottt, who bails from the Sfalt. fields of Dunkirk. This etraordinary gentleman copped the gastronomic championship of hemess hail two years ago, and hs friends will testify that his ability Is unimpaired. Mr. Scott states as tollows, "In niew of the fact that the mess ball is not the only scene of activity around meal times, it is Sting that there should be entries icr this excentional honor from .11 th( eating houses. Much as umy modesty forbids taking credit even where credit is ilue. I believe Cuat all those who are acquainted with my ability to hold out for the full distance 0n the hot cake marsthon or any other event on the Iiil of fare, will admit that I deServe the utmost limit of support Iran all the inmates of the prinat. boarding houses at',u: the Girl (aftr ninnig over young man'a dow) -VOh, I am n sotry. an I no: replace the animal?" Ltranger---Surely. It wvas only ay lap d'.g" -Techniqut. Henry. It was a case A love a &rst sight with me. Richard: Then why Iir liA ou marry ht Henry. I saw her ag~en on Sviral occasion -Eddinburgh Scotsman. Discouraging Example A little girl was regarding with a critical eye her newly arrived baby brother. The proud father, wvho was decidely bald and was rather sensitive about it. was flated nearby. What a pity oar new baby has InfO hair, she said. It'll grow beautifully later on, replied the nurse. "But hasn't duid; been a dread-. fully long time starting?" oxIclaimed the little maid with a glance at her father. No 0i Br He THE SCRUB jt so husky as th, man ie step Nigher In the clan, Or perhaps as good at bucking Or as fast; it, as to grit and will,. Was even Stronger still, And for punch he had the varsity outclassed. Not.a But Not. H0 w And hero in the game,. a scrub.: winer bf the tame. uld gri bu neer lag, a5to giving up. he'd be the 0 thse unhappy incident except to say tha Ihda quiet -ide home I> a" ambulance. Affectionately yours, CEDRIC. -( M-94). REFERENCE SHELF HAS RIG VALUE I he ui,''rs ty ligrar-y is now a subscriber for a new magazine, The Referen-ce Shelf, which contains reprints of wleeted articles, briefs, biographies debates and stuy utlines of timely topics. These are placed on reserve as soon as they arreceived and are available for the use of any one. Program committees from each of the different literary societies, members of the Debating Council, or anyone charged with selecting a question for debate will save time in ch assured of consult the number is subject an every note that subjez library has oosing the material if Reference dlevoteil to d contains worthy t.Up reci, of the magazine; question, be he wifl first Shelf. Each a single reference to publication on to this time the 'ed five members number 1, Cancellation of the Allied debt; numher 2. China and Japan (a strong outline); number 3, St. Laurence River Ship Canal; number 4, K.nsag Court on Industrial Relations;: num2. : ~>, Towner-Stirling Bill. The University library has a standing order for all books of the Handbook Series published by Ii. W. Wilson Co. Each volume contains a selected bibliography and reprints of desirable material suitabl for debate, briefs are icludt d also. K.K. HANSEN ATROCITIES J.'. """ ----++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ For a Mig -t Have Bleen has IneVer been But .H was n an Are.tic Holdenup. fllida. Feb. 16. 1923. Dear Peicy: Ican imagne how vtry novel it must be, there after dear old Oxford. I was surprised to learn I that the freshmen there are given Ute odd knicknayfe, "rat", tho I understand ~the more pleasing for,m. "rodent", is usol at SOCiaS functions, etc. A few days ago a strangcr challenged me to a game nf golf, I fear the bloody chap must have been slightly inebriated for he amazed me with this queer remark, "Sir, I wish you to (hic) clearly understand that I resent your~ unwarranted (hic)-your interference with my game, sir! Tilt the green once more (hic) and I'll chuck& the match." I assure you, my dear Percy, that I did not disturh the green in anyway so naturaily denied the charge. The fellow seized his driver, whirled it around his head and let drive at the ball He missed the ball but landed squarely on my stomach. Aq you know, I have a mild temper but this made me quite wroth. After recovering my breath I graspedl the bounder by p the hair, at thw same time kicking him~ in tho 'Thins" and biting his ear. He made a vicious swing at my chest with his fist which I dety avoided by stooping thus receiving the blow on my nose., I will r .4 ruhute more concerning : hamHiminthani. Ala., with 497 and also tied with Lee for first place in the 100 yards championship with 495. H. W. (Terrans of the Canal Zone won the 50 n-id 20O vurds championship. H. D. Hack of flilisboro, Ohio, wo'i the irnneh championship at 50 yards and Albert Nott of Janesville, Wis. won the iron sight championship at 100 yards. 200,000-VOLT X-RAY MACHINE Appartus of mnestimable valuc to persons suffering from cancer has recently been perfected in the laboratories of Columnbia University. It consists of a 200.000-volt Y-ray machine, that :apable 0r photographing Iixt. block away. The great power of the machine is evident from the fact that the rays will pierce 12 inches of aluminum, and 24 inches of brick. Because of .danger attached to the operation of the machine, no one is allowed in the room while it is in operation. -The Blte. U. K. EAND GIVES RADIO CONCERT The University of Krntucky band was the guest of the Louisville Cowricr-Journal and Times Tuesday evening, where they gave a program over the W. Hi. A. S. broadcasting station. Many telegrants were received during the concert requesting the rrpettem cf certain numbers, and commending the band for its vxcellent Playing. --The Kentucky Kernel WITHDRAWALS FROM P. FEW ThIS YEAR S. C. From the president's office comes the report that there were lACE SIX his own. Thowh hrba rd hr speak las4 fol 2 j to his 's I: avd ;*irC vih Cr0siderable plea urc. It > et thl usual succe,s in the tic-li of 4ourto would-bc newn~p r mel. The class will meet to lhear t'-: address at 2 o'clock Tuesday, mn room number 5 in the College of Agriculture building. All students, and others who might be internsted are invited to be present. CHAMPIONS WITH RIFlE Remarkable scores featured the 1922 outdoor small bore championships of the National Rifle Assoclation. AT BRIGHAM YOIN(; i Del., won the National Individual Championship after two shootoffm, making a perfect score each time, a perfect total of 1400. Shooting with the Diamond State team in the club championship, Burkims was the only man to win a 99 per cent medal. Burkmns tied for ~------Basement Language Hall I _ __ Over at ttc rP aratm staUtLuCS >how that for a. 1922-1923 tflcrt Ate iso1 who have erite ~d th,. of Flornda up tto Janu~ The parents of boys over state are beginning to catdcm grand old spirit of "tIFlrds last an!i ahbays" clearly proved the better a that our state utzerq 7Y the grcattr t$Le uniersity we g E. F. Burkins of Wilmington. Easy Pray Iet tue kiss your hand, said he with looks of burning love I can remove my veil, said she, much easier than my glove. -Teehnician (N. C.) LOST--A fountain pter by a lady half full of ink.t A pin is a sort of funny thing, Yet one is like the otherThyare always pointed in one direction-. Yet headed in another-Emory Wheel. .Fairly Won At the pIefliC yesterday I ran a foot race with a friend and beat him. Did you win ':.r13 Sure. I won by two feet Lady-I shoutadlike to buy an easy chair for a gentleman. Salesman-Morris? Lady-No Clarence. Reveille Thr Statr loe~rature rea, Ithe Unlversit5 tamfl',~ Jan' k Ifor the purpose if becoming intimately acquainted w'a t students and atmosphere of school. A dance andJ reeptat wer0 held In the aftt-rnoD *r4 banquet wa> me a en _-The Y. Nat K ENTI ('KY GflUID HERO WElm 'We learn frm tt c Kentt .KrneI thit. Fred-ly F-tst, Waan foot bait ad bas ke: a star 'r .the Wildcate, we amr.rri.'d in G rlnnati whet. the K 'ntucky bw k etb all pl aye r, -'journed on Recent trip n flOh~ FreddN r. ii Mks Ma.ry H arrs uf ianh Ferry, Ohm. cuin'ir ing a rt mance~L str:e I h ldhT,, d rous Nell re vpr ca1 it to me, Joh',n Country -John,,v. "No, El sV f to a museuni, thbst chiik 3 a rooster Rintucky Kerwl FLINT CHEMICMl SOCTT Dr. Leitrh gay. te flint CGen I on "The Chemiatrv of the SW? last Wednetdav e'enine Re Wfned hes address wrh the remark that modern astronomy N nothing more than physics asd chemistry transferred to the beetens. He described the intertng chemical devices which .,tm,.mer-s have devised for rieterminlw the comnoqitjon, vd4ocity anA *0 tatlin of the heavenlv belies. After dwelling for sonme thm S the stans, Dr. Leigh turned to tiw discusIon of inpdirite. and l&drites an~d told of the messathe bane us Iron, snace. He esded With a 4ow minute, talk o, tWOS ,nr1ie, of the ake t0nbee Altnrpfher it wa, a mast irtteet 1T,~ tntk on hmmr,,nt nhnfls Of the noblent of alt .OfcO. 4 i S1 First pbote* Sec o -I --7 HAVE RE LP iOSA U 1301 STLDE\l I lSTlEltiLD se-ond place in pionship with the 50 T.K. yards c Lee of ea

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I -HZ EXCHANGE NEWS N. D. St. John FEDERATION 0! COUNl I On Friday 4 7t and sth, >* of the nmost ''giL jj the South n : t toda:seuss plaW for lion of a SouK':r rech iue : 8tudemt cOurcb u F STUDENT Surdthay, te e. ,entatives G ,e 17. SColl(ege-, rg~a Te fl o'rganizar thei )e re this ii Yr tioe yarjous s'ho'l ;' at en iSudent Council '%for 2 5 dual cPee. AMl ntt rs or d spute wal ba r irrnd to th+ fk eratio, for settlement I rhoalthy practiZ(s, su-hI as b'ttirg on ((ilegiate athletics, ard illfe'lirgw will be W~irriratel bv the Federalion, I! murh a thing N p'ssble. Good feeling arlOrs thc 'ChOoh will be an ibjet t of this organzation, an! all matters rertair ing to the welfare of student' i'n gen-a will he within its jurtditon. It is being sponeorevI by the InterCollegiate Conference, an ,thhtic .rganiizaion,. "'he actual organliZatOn will be like that of the Sturlent Councils meetings will be held at certain tatcd intervals during th'e course el the year, and an executive con,mittee of from 5to 7 members will be appointed to handle and dispos: of the matters who niay arise. Each Stuai-nt un sii wZ have a vtjte, ail t~u,e -ch ols wh.eh hase not .OJICIIs will aso have r p resentati on. "Delegates ii )?f the fi o.g tol eges wore prc'v-nt: !r, aboxe the rest. 'I h' (QiLe .A h ski .nry e'ts in, tkiire ant snows hoing are rum o'tr t e ,around the ehl!&ge A relay ra< : rin by a tiam r I four mi nfrom each college --how the comnparatire inert nr thv. t ama i ski da Thet. The fI 'al em '~t of t'e nweet is 41kijumping, held on th new Dartuzouth jumn o-'nrn lan. year -McGill Daily. TWENTY CO-EI~S $ICN ['P FOR OXING AT UNIV. Of' Ill. Twenty women of the Univer*shty of Illinois have sign:d up for boxing. This is the first organized boxing undertaken by the women of that university. The classes will be held ouotdoors, Unls w ather prohibits, and the coach, Mis Irene Stroed, plans to if vii the c'aes into three group oe of whi, w1ll hox while another will be rtrnirg. and the thir.I rroun will Bc do-ng calk~thenyr ".Ever ise is the mci':ve back rf tbo whole Id a,' says Miss SSteed The BEe. Sng ent 001d ordered t at pathetic it:]e ballad ,Take ba k your heart I liver. X Ray. AG CLUB The first number on the program washa snappy debate ona tevqes-n tion, "Resolved that the Allies should cancel all international Debts made during the late war. C. B. Vancleef and Rat Buca upheld the affirmative side and C. A. Scarboro and Rat Bethea advocated th, negative. The judges decision was In favor of the affirmative. Following the debate, Rat Taybor entertained the club with the discussion of current topics of intenest. One of the numbers of the program wa. postponed bWcause of the absence of G. C. Paul. Mr. Smith noted author and lecturer rave the club short 'talk on the scientific attitude in) Coa h Piebhourz gave the club 'a fl'w of hi' experH-nce" e |at Iowa Mt:.te eo'!ite an i'ollowA With a fe rc arks ur2:e mci, Vrozram for Ae. flub Monday IS. b 2 7 v, x~Mi it~ ii, .x. S I 1 rg W.-. a mjt,.t* app'.: a -et: a rcgil~.' pta. ~ itv~ rn U e n~ ,txr ~4. t ttjr TELEPHONE 629 SCH-E SUNDAYS-1O:go A. WEEKDAYS-7 :30 -----* at a a a a a wnf w flww w 'V'V'V'VW 'V A LEX CAFETERIA FRESH-CLEAN -GOOD Here's the plate to get what you want when you want It. ANYTHING at ANYTIME t :1 4 a a a a A a SEE Vida Drug Comipany FOR DRUGS, STATIONERY, TOILET ARTICLES, CANDIES, SOUVENIR CARDS, WVATEIZMAN 12ENS THE REXA LL STORE NO. 2 19 KV. UnBiversit A~enule ('olege Sz ir ry. Pt rants, I) ~. T. 9Dyeing and Pressing 9 Phone 675 -C-----. DULE OF SERVICES M. and 7:45 P. M. A. M. The .Jenks Coflntkr 2'0 red. ftp by Cf the 4cr th~ rood r the ha' Pcorcd fyi Si I; 7 I-A S <1 I ~J e: .1 !! d