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Title: The Florida alligator
Alternate title: Summer school news
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Alternate Title: Daily bulletin
Orange and blue daily bulletin
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Language: English
Publisher: the students of the University of Florida
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: February 24, 1923
Publication Date: 1912-1973
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 24, 1912)-v. 65, no. 74 (Jan. 31, 1973).
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CONFERENCE OF SOUTHERN HUMORISTS, PAYATTENTION t BUILDING CAMPAIGN NEARS





COLLEGES FORMED University humorists arc sequested END IN LARGE CITIES-


to pay .t*cnti.\r t,> fre I --- 1.

JIM WINFIELD WHOREPRESENTED JAX I following notice from ,*'1, Sm-! COLONEL BRYAN
JOURNAL
TO BE
BIBLE STUDYVORK
FLA. I I nole staff; CONTINUES SPEAKING 4 -

SUBMITS REPORT It is our Jero to tutn ru* the ENGAGEMENTS
PUT OUT BY ,,
JOURN-
best Seminoe' n at ,Fleri'H has WILL COMMENCE dr

WereRepresented ever seen, it i. mr wt .r .*&. a
Schools
L Fifteen Second Phase of
numVv of the ",!. Campaign -,
= At ALISM CLASSOn greater t% TUESDAY NIGHTThe
Conference. take part in makin it such. There Involves Numerous t
Atlanta are a number .* cartoonist* J.rt-l I Smaller Towns '
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president of the invitation of Managing Editor humorists on the can jus whv Bible study classes in the j 1 t
, James I II'
the following Mr. Abe Hurwitz, of the Jacksonville could furnhi pooi nMtma. for fraternities, boarding houses, and : The Student Activities Building
I: student body submits Journal, Professor Ralph the Comic secti-.> o' th! S aa'",'e I the sections of the Uormortories, Campaign is now nearing completion -
4 report on his resent trip to Atlan- I' Scratch that lorry b"an ?' jiur? will commence next Tuesday in the larger communities
Stoutamtre and his class in Journalism
V II and think r.ae fsj..lei; joV-* night. Dr. Rogers will have a and when these have been en- !'
will travel to Jacksonvillenext
At the conference of, the South* you have heard this year. Turn meeting of t'.1egroup leaders at tirely canvassed, Mr. White, Re- .:
held in Atlanta Feb- Monday to step into the I 'em in to one of the members of 12 o'clock on Monday to instruct ligious Director and General Sec ;.

era Colleges places of the members of the the staff. them in conducting a Bible study retary of the University "Y". will i i _

ruary 9-10, fifteen schools were Journal staff on Tuesday and We are attempting to make the group. Every week each groupwill continue the campaign in the remainder r 1

rep*esented by: about thirty dele- show the citizens of Florida whata joke section the spiciest ever, so choose a man to represent of the state. .

f tes. These delegates formulated class in newspaper writing under do you part. We are planning a them at the noon meeting on Mon- This second phase of the Campaign -

a tentative Constitution and an efficient instructor can do I "scandal" and roast section. So day. In this way each member of will involve the sn-aller :
by putting out all five regular editions if have anything towns and communities of five
for the Southern Federation you on your ene- t the group will receive instructions
Bylaws of the Journal for that day. I mies, turn it in; we'll publish it.The in Bible study. thousand or less wh'ch it is necessary
College Students. The constitution Professor Stoutamire will have
of
Seminole Staff. I The groups will meet every to rra-h in order to obtain ,
are. not the the office of Editor-in-Chief and
and by-laws I Tucs-Iay night for abo It half an t'.e full quota; a.v! which shoiuda'.so
'WOrk of a small commttee, but ; the other positions on the staff hour to discus moral end religious have an oppoi c nily to share
:
from Managing Editor to reporters PHI KAPPA PHI '
whole .i meeting this greatest need of
of the convention as a ; every issues of the c-mpus and j
of .
will be filled by members
section was thoroughly discussed I thE University. Every man in *,b* Uriversi/.

in open meetings. As this is to be the The class.class will leave Gaines- I ELECTS NEW MEN each group wil'' be give: a number, Colonel William: Jennings Bryan
organization for the southern and on the bulletin oards in who has done eo much in his ad- f _
an ville on Monday and meet at the
coleges, it was our desire to each section, boarding house and dresses throughout the state, will .
in the afternoon to I
frame the constitution and bylawsin Journal plant to I At a recent meeting of the Phi fraternity under each man's num- continue his speaking engagements
receive final instructions as
such a manner that no school, their duties the following day. Kappa Phi honorary fraternity .t.e t ber will be placed a reading for four or five days longer; and uovtil }

or section of the south would 1 e on at seven they .r following men were rlejtej to I that man every day. Then, at the the close of the campaign will
morning
able to dominate the organization t- will Tuesday take over the reins on the .i-nxbprship: A. T: Ho11in.' { !, ,:i.d "1 ,weekly meetings a count will be devote a large share of his energies -'
Francis Parfer, Arts and Seizure to the cause as Active Chairman
Read carefully the constitutionand made as t*> how many read their -
the Metropolis.
great daily of College Horace Wilson Agricultural : of the State Committee.The .
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by-laws and think of the poasilUities editorials, head- I ; assignments for that week. The
All local news,
of such an organizaton. stories will be I. College; Landon Fa':eA.. group in each fraternity, boarding past week has beenlargely
lines feature
and
Fstudent body has its prob- turned over to the class and a A. Gil is, C. R. Houser,. Engineering house and section having: the high spent in checking up the results

* College R. E. Snuggs WardC.
tkfirs, and thru :,ut"ban organi- articles are being prepared this ; banquet. the figures cannot be dc-

Mtfon: they wi'l be able to help I week in anticipation of the coming are. Sumpter candidates, graduate for Master students: degreein who this:fellows thing, let get together on Continued on Page 4)

(Convinced on Page 8) event. Chemistry.

| The officers of Phi Kippc Phi

"ASNAMEOF elected for the coming year are: SEMINOLE POPULARITY CONTEST' ;
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"SWAMP ANGEL" CHOSEN T. R Leigh, president J. ?r. I

I Leake, vice-president; A. P. Blat( ,

ILLUSTRATED MONTHLY MAGAZINE secretary W. S. Perry, treasurer I HELD; RESULTS KEPT SECRET i

A banquet was held at tie University i
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of ability will be recommended for I, Commons last Friday r jtt I FOUR TICKETS VOTED; we pay our compliment to each of J_ :
BY
TITLE SUBMITTED and a great number of tae members I
membership in the club. New men Twi\e hon- DUTCH VAN CLEEI HAS three candidates, "Pop" Wilson, p I g
PARMENTER ANDH. were present.
ILL,
may be admitted by a threefourthvote cred guests were present, including MUCH COMPETITIONOn I Robbie Robinson and David Rambo t
M. BRADDOCK"The of the total number of mem- 61 resident membe-i. 21 undergraduates t They are all good men and eachIs

bers, and as a precaution againstthe and two crAuat. Thursday. February 22. was worthy of the office for whichhe :!
chosen accumulation of "dead wood" Popularity was nominated. On the radi
Swamp Angel" was A rousing good time *at erjryfed decided the Seminola
as the name for the new humor- the constitution provides that a by all. Following: the bang J'tI Contest. We can only speculate as cal, ticket was run "Sign Here." If t.t

magazine at the Uni- member may be dropped "for mis- I the new members were intat"l. to the results for they are to be everyone followed that ticket there 1 ,
ninthly: i interesf otheroffenses" cou d be no Most Loyal Gator. But
the Quill conduct, lack of or I The address at the banquet was:;; kept se*ret until this year's Semi- tha Radicals
Florida by
versity of Not believe we are all
vote.
I by the same ,I delivered by Dr. E. E. Sparks, Rt.-: nole appears. Most
This title Royal Gators.FLORIDA .
auhlast Tuesday night. worth but also artis-
only literary .
gent General of Phi KapfThi. Imagine the int-xicating wave
. was the winner out of a hundred I Ij tic ability and business sense maybe I
" I of joy that will then surge throughthe
j which submitted in made the basis of membershipin
.10* more were GALLERY
!i forms of the successful candidates -
DR. MURPIIREEAT.BUDGET
It'the contest which was announced the club. I especially the winner of

: in last weeks Alligator. It was I I As an incentive to better and, the name of Prize Tea Hound, TEAM IMPROVES
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["formed jointly by William Par- I I more conscientious work provisionhas MEETING 3'ggest! Eater, and Laziest MarIn s..

menter and H. M. Braddock and 1 I been made in the constitution lat-r years they can look back ''

; the prize of $5.00 will be divided .! for compensation for all accented Dr. Murphree attended the and feel an honest pride at the re- EACH WEEK

equally between them. articles jokes and cartoons. These tSate Budget Committee meeting colecth of their signal honors.

With the selection of the name L contributions vrll be erouped into Tallahassee, last W dvlay., Four parties were in evidence at The University of Florida gaiety d

; practicably all of the preliminary three classes bv the editorial board and presented to them a report of .the polls and it is understood that team bettered its score by ten

work has been completed and con- and a rate of compensation for all finances needed by the Univer- nany voted an Independent ticket. points for the third consecutive I

structive work is now being be- each will be fixed. This rate will Pity for the coming year. Politics must have been against week, averaging in the corps area

gun. The business department has not be determined for the first issue Dr. Murphree reports that the ceded outwardly to be the one and match fired Saturday, February

already done much toward secur- until after it is printed but action of the committee wa very Dutch Van Cleef tor, though con. 10, making. score of 940.' Anotner -

ing adverwents and arranging as soon as a definite procedurecan favorable tho nothing dtfiat Lijet only Biggest Eater, his name,,appeared stage of the same match ill.

for the printing of the magazine, be mapped out a more or less known. a; candidate for this office being fired this Saturday, and it I*

while the editorial board is busy permanent rate will be established on onl. one ticket the L'ter&L hoped that they will follow their

planning th"1 substance and makeup and the articles paid for as NEXT LYCEUM NUMBERTUESDAY Dick Sips, Ivan Scott and Cy Wil- precedent of bettering by ten point

of the first edition which willpobably soon as they are accented.A NIGHT Jiams were his competit T rt'rogre thus making a 950.

be brought out about plan has also been made by Ewe named Any Simmtn Word lea been
received
April 1. which students may secure advertising As the next number of the as P. T. H. but with Gorge: ){thuD From '

The Quill Club was founded for on a percentage basis.: Any-. University Lyceum course the running on a Liberal ticket Ar-ly corps results area of the headquarters first as to the
two. The university
outa informationin will will be in d"ubt until the resmt* -
the express purpose of putting one who washes more Redpath Chatauqua present has
humorous magazine and the this line may secure it by see- present the Cambrea Concert Ar- are announced. unfortunately made a
constitution which has been adopted ine Dick Sias in Room 95. tists who wil make their apnearance Icky 7' yor* oft hcarl inhabitant lower score in these two than North

;f is such that every man on the Contributions for the first issue at the High School auditor- of Bnckman Hall is ,the choice Carolina State. While the team

i campus will be placed upon a merit of "The Swamp An**!" mist be- ium, on Wednesday evening, Feb.>> or lith the Conservatives a-..! t-., feels quite put out in having been r

[basis so far as participation in in by the middle of March but it 28. The company is compose-i of Progressive for Who Turns He Is bettered by a school which we

[the paper is concerned. As the is best that they be handed in a* Mr. Joseph Andrews, Miss Ruth the I' '. H- We are inclined h have beaten so many times before *

|contributions come in they will be soon as completed. Work may be Yoroge. Miss May Vale, and Mr. 1.ln:: ce is the logitv rhiice. they do not intend that' it
vocalists Miss Miriam Last tut: not least we note shall occur in match from the
and
I passed upon by the editorial board given to Glover Miller at the Sigma Ault, as ; any
t Welty as accompanist. choices for Most Loyal Gator and third on.PATRONIZE .
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I'u-1fU n.. -- 1 1r '14, W. H. Schultz, B. S. A.,
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i '" + + + + .' .1 elected Vive-
> I has decently been Goods at Popular
11 r I '; ,- I President of 'the Florida State Popular. Prices at

I IB. :1:1t successful :florist in Winter
. q.t;; l : ALUMNI NEWS Haven. BURKHIM'S


;' W. AMES + :
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t i : + '11. Charles H. Overman, B. S.
'f ; 4 .ai' W/G. PARMENTER down several im-
; C. E. is holding
(1. 'f:! h' +, + + + + + + + + + +' portant Engineering positions. He .

for the Bagdad
is Chief Engineer
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L J: ;. -You i PM in last we:k's Alligator the United States Commission to Land and Lumber Co., The W. B. I

.: 'I tl#+ j}. of the splendid showing the the Brazilian Centennial, :Mrs. Harberson Lumber Co., and the

battalion made before Col. Falls, Henrietta Levermore, four offi- Florida and Alabama R. R. He ..
and :Mr is also Engineer of Milton !
the reviewing officer. It would cials state representatives County Neatly
William Assistant American Fla. He is located at Bagdad,
' ,1 +;: have done your heart good to live Embry, ,
... seen that par de. The battalion! Trade Commissioner who u.i- Fla. : f Combed HairNeatly

r.; ; is in fine shap, the gallery I'rl..ctice til recently was attached to the'American
"
{ '. Comercial attache in uursued combed in the ,
is showing some splendid Philip K. Platts, who an mornins
but what about three
: '4 scores, and everything points toward this city. Mr. Embry, after a A. B. during the sessin of. 1912- i" afternoon? o'clock iatb

', .: our placing in tic .Ustin- few days stay in this city will go 13, is Principal of the Redlands For wiry, unruly hair-for &

: { guished college class th's year. to Santiago, Chile, as acting Farmlife school at Fort Pierce. fluffy hair-for any kind of *bar

.'1 Anrerican Cimmissioner. % From 1920 to '22 he was principalof that won't stay combed all day lie
,. q The baseball team is out for Mr. Embry stated that Vs appointment the Cheboygan High School at \ Stacomb-then: your hair win K.
E and afternoon combed just as you want it.
hot eavy every
r l practice to Chile came as a complete Cheboygan, Michigan. ,
Ideal after
now and prospects arc bright surpisa! and that he got away washing your halt
l 1. outfit this under Leaves the hair soft and I luatr
1- for a dandy year from Washington in s mewhat'of eo.
t 14. Joseph Poppell, L. L. B., is Ask barber for
,r 4z J oach Richbourg's ritelage.r a hurry. On arrival he was met your a Staco>
: I engaged in the practice of law in ,
.
i; by Mr. Lester Strasser, Mr. :Miles \ Rub.At
Plant City. From 1908 to 1912 he all druggists.
:
u.a.e.raQ
Debating teanjs are getting UG.
Vaughn of the United States
,;' ; v! ready for their annual contest*. Press Assn., Mr. Ogden Wilson, I was superintendent of Schools in Mates the Hear Stay Co mltd

1!it'k{ The MasquaradeM are putting the Assistant American Trade Com- Bradford county.FLAMJ.BOYS. I I

Y :f; finishing touche to the:.* lp.tebt. missioner and a host of friends. I

oJ- ,' ,)11; production, the basketball teams Mr. Embry while in Rio, was .
r 11+ are working hard f,r their remain- Rio Baseball Club :
manager of the I' + + + + + t' + + ;.
:iU'I Ing games, the band, now about and under his guidance the team

.j. ,F.i;, fifty pieces is practicing hard for won several championship Short.

di: future trips to Tallahassee an:l St. after he had conference
landing
,. f ly a -
COLSON STUDENT ROOMING
HOUSES
1 l' n i Augustine, in fart, every one of with Managers Harry F.

: .: '?; the twelve hundred ani more Covington and George McCready .

i t ) students here are engaged in and it was stated that cnroute the Nice rooms, twin beds, large closets, runuig

r M t : 'f some of the many activiciej of the former manager unewered some .

;. 1 University. promising talent for the local II water in every room with shower baths and
: .1'

.' ,i f All this just leads up to the team. sleeping porches. Opposite Science Hall-See

t. = 't fact that should pay'your i I -
you '15. R. J. McPherson, who at Mrs.
is DICK STANLY Agent Ramsey's
'{ Alma :Mater a visit and see for I ,
with the Veteran's Bureau, lacat-
; yourself its and & t1 'itieg.
growth
ed at Jackson, Tenn., attended the .
The school is going to continueto
meeting of the southern Associa-
l grow -every year finds something tion of Agricultural Workers at This is Your Store-
new-and i if wait too
r *, i you Memphis Tenn., Feb.! 6 to 8, where
I
r long to come back you won't know
he gave a talk explaining the work ;
;
i the old place. I
You're Welcome
of the Bureau. I ,
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Right here the Alumni editors UNIVERSITY MEN .
J N i I
.' 'c are going to make a strenuous '09. R. ,Y. Winters and> F., M.' in'TamI .' *.. .
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t j here when <
appeal for news. You rememberthe O'Bryne were also present at the

questionaires wh'ch Barney Conference. Dr. Winters is at

t .. '; Colson sent out and yon filled and present Agronomist in Plant Demand Value and: style '- :

; t re*u1'led. Besides calling upon Breeding at the Exper" -Station i pa-When you need Society Brand Clothes
,
l' 1 Mr. O'Byrne every week and Raleigh N. C. '

; :. 4 gleaning what news we could Clothes we'll be gladto Hanan Shoes, Manhattan Shirts!, Knox Hats, j#
} t otherwise, the staff has been TALLAHASSEE EMPLOYS: A '>

; I securing the majority of the information 'CITY SANITARY OFFICER Are featured lines in the Giddens Store. ". .

? 1 I ,1!t from these sheets, and ______ t serve you. .
t ; f the sad part of it is we have about Mail Orders a Specialty.
\ 1 tr Tallahassee, Feb. 11.-This ,
::1 f run out. In the first p'ace, too ft :
has
city Font I.
employed <
i t few of you alumni took the trouble Thompson : ', I
as sanitary office In his stf
to fill them out and send them in, .. ,
i
: general clean-up, Mr. Thompsonwill .f :.:' < $01 ;'
r. co it is your own fault that we Tr "
r keep an eye especially : : "i __'> :; : >, -
.f ; have to make anothr call for informatIon. open WOLF BROTHERS ,: ,re __-,
for mosquito hazard Measures '
:. Writs us a letter; len 1 c. : ".
t looking to the eradication of the .
# $ clippings if you are too modest :
pest were taken at a recent meeting
1*_ _i I to write about yourself, but we '
I
between local officials and G. \
'I j' [ do need some news. If you know Tampa
W. Simonds state officer
sanitary
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11 of any of your fellow alumni that

!J failed to send in that questionaire -Gainesville -Sun. HENRY GIDD NS. CLOTHING C9

'j' t 4 make him send it in now or write '
i
} f some news about him yourself.f '85. Bob R. Milam one of the }i' i.. FLORIDA

k Serves him right for neglecting old timers of the East Florida TAMPA, *

Ji,: II : his duty in the first place.Don't Seminary, is practicing law in '. .!_" < ', -;
; Jacksonville, which he has been -
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doing since 1887. He is the father f"

!, r Building forget campaign the Student just Activities because -- of George Milam who is now a I ::!: + + + + + + + + 1 ,,',.,

student in the law college Mr.
i we haven't stressed it this
4 ,- Milam has raised Cve sons, two I ---!"
It time. The campaign is still on-
lawyer3, two d'ctors, and GeorgeHe '
perhaps it has yet to hit your I' KBBnHfiHSHffiRfisKaaffiffifi S $S $ $ ,
is 'Gatt the
a loyal :>! to core,
towwn. Stay with it till the bugle !1i': ) '
booster
always enthusiast
an
t sounds "taps." !
for any University enterprise. 1 -
MEET ME
'. Besides his A. B. ftom the 12. F. AT t"J
The following is an extract ,
S., Mr. Milam took a H:S. at the
g? from the Brazilian Ameri-an, Rio '
Citadel in 1904 and an A. M. herein
de Janeiro, of De-. 2, 1922, regarding -
1916. T
I
x Fd Embry class of '15, which 'k< MILLER'Sc

} t r will te of interest. f

The Munson L'ne steamer '13. Louis T. Tine. ad is County .
;
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t "Southern Cross" under the command Agricultural Agent for Flagler ;'>

.1 "- of Captain Char'es Zearf ass county, during the war Ninland !il -: ; We Are At Your Service

' : arrived late Tuesday afternoon on a gun crew, asoard various

from New'; York with forty-nine vessels of the Navy and Merchant 1m No Place Like Home and Miller's ;

t # passengers for the port and fifty- Marine. He was at one time

five in transit. On board were Foreman of the Experiment Sta- I

] j Deputy Commissioner Beneral oft tion Farm. 4 tfiHanfaHassffifaKfassaufMHii

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=----SOCIAL CALENDER wick, F. W. Parker, J. H. Taylor : We Invite, College Men to See and Try On Our Ro R-

T' D. Williams, G. F. Ferris -,. >.
Sigma Nu Roman'sib and Pete Harris -
March 15, Formal. Chaperoneswere EDERHEIMER
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( Mr. and Mrs. J. D. "
Str'ng- ,
Sigma Alpha Epsilon Annualjoinder's fellow, Mr. and Mrs. {.;,)>--:.4*- .
Mar
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in Glass '
Day Ball-Woman's ,.. :: 't-{;:. ', ':
Dr. -
A, A. Muhphree, Mrs. W. B. ;- STEIN ,
: CLOTHES \
15, Formal.
March
Taylor c
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Captain and Mrs. E. I. Ry- O
Sigma Alpha Epsilon Annualrounder's er. Captain and Mrs. J. \. Van o :ti
Day: BanquetWhite Fleet, Mrs. G. S. Ramsey, Professor *
House, March 17. and Mrs. $30 $35 $45 '
A. P. Black Deari r r i

and Mrs. H. R. Trailer, MA and .
erA CHI ANNUAL' Mrs. Glover' Taylor, and Professor Specially designed for the 4
INVITATION BALLA I straight, slim figures of Varsity men-tailored
and Mrs. M. D. Cody. to look as good in the
showdown
as they do in the showcase. Some of the .

delightful social event offlmrsday friends The chapter at a banquet enterta'ncd at the White Its : models have inverted-pleat backs that finish with a belt. 1: l r:

the annual evening Initiation, February Ball 15 of, House Just preceding the dance, at o .' Some have bellows shoulders; also belted. Some have patch pockets that. it ';

vas which time a number stunts button through, other patch
were
pockets are plain. Some z
are two button. Some
Theta Chi fraternity given at t FT
the done :
by member of the frater- are three button.
the Woman's Club. niy. They also entertained at an i k_
The club house was most spa informal dance at the Woman's All in all it's a showing that reveals the finest in fabrics and finished make- '
ciously decorated with crepe Club Saturday : tranship. Extra value is $
afternoon. of course, to be expected- a
draped beautifully overhead and .

down the sides in panel + fit
brought WEEK END VISITORS
effect The lights were drapedin o.o Super-Fine Ederheimer-Stein Suits .at Fifty and Sixty Dollars -: : {

long fringed streamers. while Among the young ladies in .. .

the windows were festooned ni a town for the festivities centering .... ,. EVERYTHING MEN, AND BOYS WEAR' 4

popular effect. Th rostrum was around the weekend dances were .; ,,' v '
banked on either side with fern M'sses Cornelia McMurray, Will'eMae :* .

and taU floor vases of red and Lang, Gertrude J '1
Flemming, >
white, with a red background on Dot Wilson Gussie Douglass, : ::{; ; : .. I Porter' r rr
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which letters O. X. were conspici- Ruby Taylor Douglass, Elizabeth .... j ..' ,

us. I Hammergrin, Virginia Dale,
The dance, was carried on to the I Clementine Baker, Elaine Perry, : Clothing Co. ;

music of Swanson's Floridians Eleanor Woolslair, Dot Livingston t ;
During the evening fruit pun:}- Florana Davis, Alleyne Mann, Ve- .
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was served, and at intermission a ra Howard Mabel and Lama Haw- ,\ : :'r- .. T

fruit salad course, sandwiches, kins, Susan Smith Margareet and ;.-, JACKSONVILLE, CORNER BAY AND LAURA <- *: IB
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Coffee, and heart-shaped cakes Mary Burr, Effie Pritchard, Sara: i. .. ..
iced in red. Favors were beautiful Meyers, Rouchelle Sales, Isabelle ::: :

minature fountain pens en- Rosborough, Hilda and Norma ..
graved w'th the name of the fra- Griffin, Santa Lake, Margaret .. .
ternity. Programs were diamond Layton Martha Murphree, Evelyn .

_ shaped booklets containing some Beasly, Francis Burrows, Carol 0oo I.

very important quotations.The Fink, Sara DeHon, Elizabeth ....oN....oooooooooo..ooooiioo).
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committee in charge were : Williams, Peggie Bronson, May .. .
Bob Collins, George Calhoun, Marion I I Lambright, Roberta)Carter, Helen with the subject, "The Time I Was '-'- -- \ ---"

Hendry, Arthur Clonta and I Murdouch, Edith Gibbons, Nancy Nearly Scared to Death. Everyone ------------- -----
Herndon Hansborough. Rosalyn Anthony and j
Hoyt,
I was kept in the deepest -sospense JOHNSON'S PHARMACY
Chaperones- were Dr. and Mrs.J others. until the end when they I Drugs, Medicines, Stationery, Toilet and Rubber Goods '
Benton, and Mrs.L I
: H. Captain
were informed it was only a dream We guarantee personal attention to Prescriptions. Only
E. Ryder, Mrs. R. A. Pettav/ay, KAPPA ALPHA DANCE
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Due to the absence of Mr. Burr purest drugs used. Low prices. Quality considered ,
Mrs. C. W. Bartlson, Mr. and Mrs. this ended the program for the 1! Gainesville Florida. H
W. A. Shands, Captain and Mrs.J. Last Sunday evening the mem- evening. 1-------------------- I jl
A. Van Fleet, Professor and bers of the aKppa Alpha frater- 1I

Mrs. A. P. Black, Dr. and Mrs. nity entertained the visiting young I
J. M. Farr, and Mr. and Mr;. ladies and their friends at an informal ALUMNI NOTES *! affifi ffifflfflf8
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John Powell. dance at their attractive I
'19. A. Lee Ryder is I i
teacher
The anc'e was attended by: the home on West University 'avenue. of a THE PHIFER STATE BANK
English in the New
: local society contingent aided by' The rooms of the lower floor were Smyrna I
: High school. He was principal of GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA
large number girls. ensuite
a : of vUUIng$ opened offording a spacious w.
the school at Freeport, Fla. in f
The fraternity also entertained;, at dance floor. The walls were tfaajarararagffiggfi 5 I
1919, and English teacher
an informal afternoon dance Friday decorated with pictures and the at
Clemson College! in 192122.22.W. .
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afternoon from four to six fraternity colors.A .
o'clock. .... -..... ........ -, ,
peppy dance program was J. Bivens r"pXORiDABARB
president of j [ SHOP
rendered from 9 to 12 o'clock at last year's Student i .i
Body,
was on
ALPHA TAU OMEGA ANNUAL which time the guests bid farewellto the campus last week j WEST SIDE SQUARE 11 ;:
renewing ? :
VALENTINE BALL a we>k end of nothing but some of the many friendships he 1 Guaranteed Service and Courtesy is our Motto I I J..;

pleasure.Ag. made during his stay here. I I J. C. PREVATT, Prop. .
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the season was tho ilelighlfnl Club Program for Of interest to Alumni and students 1-- I it..
Valentine Ball given of the Alpha Monday Feb. 26.
alike is the announcement I JH
Tau Orega fraternity on Friday by Dean J. R. Benton of the Engineering i. _
i evening, February 16, at the White How and why of rural creditsT. college I t
of the birth of a
: House. J. Geiger. son, on January 30th last. Tlia Deciding, Pillow Cases
On this occasion the dinlnsf: room O. Henry The man and his work Alligator wishes to congratulate ,

ef the White House was artistically -L. E. Jefferies. Dr. Benton on this latest additionto Sheets, Blankets -

, | decorated with crepe streamers OHenry Stories- M. U. Mounts. the future student body of the

i in th fraternity colors done in a iMehods in the est-J. M.. University. RIBBONS-RIBBON NOVELTIES '

t eat' lattice work overhead with Johnson. I -- I

| fringed canopies surrounding the Important current e"entsH.. I '02, Don Register is an attor- MADE TO SPECIAL ORDER r
] pillars in the center cf the '
room.
L. Glenn. ney at Winter Haven. S'nce grad
i The mirrors ard windows were a Impromptu ??? uation he has he'd many impor- We Keep
[ mass of valentine hearts and fes- tant Everything Your Room.
positions, among them being
tcons, while at one end of the hall FARR LITERARY SOCIETYThe attorney for Board of County
was a large insignia of the fra-
Commissioners of Duval county: ,
; ternity. program for February 19th Attorney and Director in the

Swanson's Floridians were neat- consisted of a series of ten minute People's Bank of Jacksonville and l! 724oi1Ihae

ly hidden .behind a network of talks by several members of the member of tha Exemption Boardof *
[streamers ::rt rendered a dance society. The first to take the Duval County during the war. ,t

program in their own original floor was Mr. Middleton who en- He Is now attorney for the First 1 '

Peppy style. tertained all by the humorous National Bank of Winter Haven, 1q Elr

Throughout the evening fruitJUt1eb alth ugh somettimes pathetic, the Winter Haven Building and

was served, and at inter- subject, "Breaks I Have Made". Loan Association and the town of -

mission the guests ejnoyed a palatable The outbursts of laughter during: Lake Alfred. r----------

ice course with cake. A the telling of three of his breaks -------l

beautiful boquet of sweet peas proved to any observer that those John Marshall Members Take t ELECTRIC SHOE ANY .

was given each girl during the humoruos especially Notice-Mr. ,
were mostly Ralph Marsicano, the I HOES REPAIRED WHILB
-nand march. Programs were at that immediate time. The next famous explorer, will speak to the. TOO WAIT ;

nique in an artistic booklet in to speak was M. McGfll. His Society next Saturday morning on
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the fraternity colors. Ins de wash subject The Most Harrowing Experience the legal system of the recently SERVICE AND QUALITY OUR MOTTO I

order of dances, and a fitting _of My Life," proved an discovered state of Peruvia. All x,.
ketch done for each one. The for him. Throughoa *beta I .
apt one Lawyers are requested to turn out II STUDENT REPRESENTATIVE K.
WINTER
Programs were original and drawn 'k he held the intense interest and hear him since this is a sub- I ROOM
'P by members of the fraternity.The of all and by the way he told it ject of interest to everyone. I- .19 BUCKMAN

f committee In change of this added suspense. Mr. Davies ad lei I J

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: .Ii' j THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR others, will make one lopsided.The the large percentage of people 1 The match fired with tI,
; student who devotes even a who have subscribed rather than. University last Saturday
':j ;f small portion of his time to study individual subscriptions. Th I ,
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f '" I Bntered as second class matter, rarely fails. The failing studentis largest contribution Has been $1500 Florida teamhaving ,tC
Florida under the acts of March 3, 1879. the loafer, the joiner who beaten
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office at Gainesville, thus demonstrating the fact umbia by 11 points.
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I : FREDERIC H. LANGWORTHY ...___.... _Editor-in-Chiet gets head by social or outside acti- there are more contributors to this score in this match was 3,364 p iIa
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I I j.. '._ ROBERT WRAY __..__......._'..._._.....Managing Editor vities. Do not waste: your- time. fund campaign than of to a perhaps similar any type ever the manager of the comunieationbvt Colmnbia,-

J rf ;: HUBERT WEEKS .____._..____..__.Assistant :Managing Editor BUILDING- -CAMPAIGN-- put on in the stat their total is given as 3 53,ju!

t. -J ::: i R.,A. CARLTON _.__..._._._..-.....__-............Sport Editor .. NEARS END is the first match that the T .
Florida
city of team has t.
ro 3 M. W. OVERSTREET ._..._..:_....._._.._..*_..Asst. Sporting Editor Those who advertise in the the N. R. A. targets which slvu.,

j m : W. RUSSELL KING _____.._...._.._____._.__Make-up Editor finitely(Continued stated as from yet,Page the outlookis 1) Florida Alligator make it possi- that they can shoot no tam

.. .? C K. HANSEN .._.____.._.:::.._......_....................._.Joke Edito: very gratifying. The outst nd- ble for yon to read this paper. the conditions required.

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; .; N. D. St. JOHN. _..._-.-...-....'..----......-.....Exchange Editor FORTHE' >.-, S : ... .......

: ': t VIRGIL M. BRADSHAW ...__........-.......-_-_ ...Military Editor F
'' Reporters: J. W. Usher Don C. Booth, C. D. Keen, G. A. Kartell, : COLLEGE MAN '
., .' J. D. Sibert, T. H. Parham, Sam Cornwall, Wallace Shafer, Frank .. ,.
I. Hn West, G. H. Bee, W. JEmmons, B. Gamble. SPRING SUITS :

i :;1 ..' HORACE WILSON __ .._.._......._._..Business :Manager .

J I : D. A. RAMBO .___....._.__..__..-.A8Sista Business Manager FURCHGOTTS t
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Styles Direct from "Convenient Corners"
; 1 When one hears or reads rumors of professionalism or commercialism I
.:' :, ) creeping slyly into college athletics over the country, it is Fifth Avenue, New York JACKSONVILLE,
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it: d. gratifying to know that no such condition exists in "Florida". '. FLA.THE -f 1
t.r j } Our achievements in the athletic field have arisen straight from : We are prepared to show your lines of Spring :

I j: i!) the ground with no higher rewards than loyalty and the orange j: Clothing that.cannot be equalled by any ..
;. i.l4"F." Athletics, if made the primary object of -the student's attendance other store in Florida. :
: in school, woul ddestroy the purpose of the institution so 4. .
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either the individual of the entire : -/ -
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f;;' student body, besides creating a bad influence. However, the 4 2, 3 and 4 piece Suits. .:' t
t I t rule that the aspiring candidate must first make his grades above I \ > ,
jl low-tide mark, and the fact that this rule is adhered to in our 4i.
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I i. university, removes this possibility from our athletics. The Uni- : $25. $30. $35 t
..' versity of Oklahoma Magazine quotes a story relative to this .
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.; "A certain great football player in one of America's schools- "':............................. ... .........

I I.: I but solid bone in his clasSes-had to make 50 on an exam to ------- -
a'I' f: ... pass a course. About a week'after the game in which the play-
j. er participated, the President asked the professor, a veritable II
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} k 1 : player had ever passed. "

"Well," said"the professor, "I asked him the color of blue vit

,.. riol and he said pink, and he was wrong. When I asked him what
i was the color of red precipitate, he said he didn't know, and he
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4 was right." \ .
'" The prof in our university who would give this kind of a quiz

t has not yet been reported by the students hunting "crip
same durability that makes
Z coures, On the contrary, the rule that athletics are required to I
brick last
off the team has held Four pavements so
pass all requirements or get sway. i I
and little for annual
of last year's men who received letters, and two of those who long cost so

,. k .received special mention, are attending the College of Engineering -I maintenance under heavy traffic is also

i ; ? where, as everyone knows, there is no such thing as sliding available in brick surfaces for light
by or passing by the superfluous verbosity method. All others I' traffic. Foundations under brick

were under the same ruling. Florida athletics with a clean record surfaces frequently differ as traffic
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as to sportsmanship and non-professionalism will remain requirements vary, but the brick are
clean, with Florida traditions demanding these standards.i always the same in quality and dur-

i 3 .iiw I # ability whether the traffic be light,
i The first convention of the representatives of the student governments medium or heavy.
I j II of the colleges of the South was held recenly at the ;.
Georgia School of Technology. Jim Winfield, president of our .

Student Body, who was our delegate to the convenion very
1 enthusiastic about the excellent manner in which the delegates

were treated by their Georgia hosts as the entertainment accord-
j r ed them was typical of the highest type of Southern hospitality.
Every delegate was placed in the house of his own fraternitv, if
i ; it had a chapter there, and if there were no chapter of his fraternity -
i ;;. he wasnevertheless given a place in one of the fraternity : PAVEMENTS1EiLck

a + houses where the very best of treatment was accorded him.
The rnere giving of meals and places to sleep was, of course, ins'gnificant : frequently are to be found with no
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beside the ever-;resent spirit of welcome that prevadei foundation other than the natural soil

the whole campus and made one feel that he was really an appreciated where the soil easily drains itself and
;; j guest. Tickets were gvien to all the games that occurred provides a substantial support for the
while the conference was in session dances nd banquets pavement. In such localities light

,, were given, and every conceivable comfort was offered. This traffic streets can have the advantage

l I: ;. excellent spirit of the Georgia folks cannot but make itself felt of durable: shock-proof brick surfacesat
!- t throughout the entire Southland, and will go far toward making a cost in proportion to the traffic
' f L a more friendly feeling not only for the Georgia institution, requirements..
, I but among all the others that had the privilege of having de.

i' .; legates gather in a place where they were treated. so royally. We NATIONAL PAVING BRICK
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thank you, Georgia Tech!
i (, MANUFACTURERS ASSOCIATION

? "The College Student lacks a serve of Droportfon." said the dean Cleveland OhioPAGE
of one of America's greatest colleges last ,
w<*kand if we examine -
"I"i ourselves closely we see how riVht h p. is in mot ca Ps.
iIf The aversive student fails to tematire his work wl nrOTp.rtv
p1 ;t ; ; di-irM? hag time Fetwprn study for classroom scheme Ro"i-l

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FRESHMEN AND CROSS COUNTRY. on the cinder oval at Fleming FLORIDA WILL EN- Newton, official holder of the m .: : "

field. The majority ')f them have S. I. A. A., record. in the broad I _i

1 VARSITY SQUADS TEAMS IN made their twelve laps around the jump, as well as having burled !t l
JAXI TER DRAKE RELAYSCaptain
track in less than 18 in&Tt. Loll the discus in trial workouts. far L'! '
are looked for to give a good: account 'i't
3 beyond the record mark, will more 't .;:
SEPARATEDThe -
: Two cross country teams, the j I of themselves. J ; ., < '
I Freshman team composed of Gil- Atkinson recently announced than likely be entered in these k :' !' f. ,_,'
roy, acting captain, Beer A" I GATORS TIE STETSONIN that the Gator track team events. He is also the author of "

reappearance of mild weaker I ""'
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has seen a big spurt in ac- and Poe, and the Mino- Sports I, Relays to be held at De Moines, distance running and may get a :; ; $ -
Jiritie3 on Fleming Field among team with O'Neil Cox ( Gatcr tennis team travel Iowa, the .8th of April. The change to show his wares in the' 'i : -
I captain) dashes. Middle i (,:.3:,
220 yard
100
and
Varsity and Freshmen baseball Joseph Dickey Russell Drake relays are seconj only in .
both K-ng and
ed to Orlando last Saturday and '
has decided leaning
kauf who r
squads, and the regular routine Rayirond Croyn, and also' Rolf importance to the Penn relays held a i I f t' :-
t ed the Hatters in the return has the : ,
put :
toward weight events < t f .
of batting and ielding practice K. Buck'ey journeyed to ,Jacksonville annually at Philadelphia, Pena.,
match. Each team wQn three shot weal over the conference: record r- It'::';'-
las been going on in, earnest since early yesterday rnornirir and the fact that the Gators received :
matches. this :l
in trial workouts year. r i
of the week. where an invitation to take pan r
middle they were entered ..:;.
the :
the throw he has at. ;;: 1 i
In the singles Crawford defeated In javelin
in the meet to show the
have been In grow
The Freshmen separated the annual g-es .
cross countn '
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than 180
defeat"ed
Hon 6264 tained a distance of more
Pomeroy + -
school in
from the Varsity and put under being staged there by the City ; ing reputation of tha ;
Hays 4-6, 6-4, 6-1; Line lost to circles of the feet, which is also over the south- 4 { -
the collegiate coun
the direction of Gus. Bsaslwy, Playground D artmen1 Cant ii ; ;
Rhodes 0-6 Houser lost ern record. He also makes play a
5-7, ; and of the foremost colleges -
three ystt for Atkinson, try. Many
has played track coacl
who Dr. R. G. h
Florida State League Manchester to Arnspeiger 4-6, 2-6. In the I and universities of the middle out of the discus throw and mai ._1 t,
in the
faculty >sentntive
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Tampa doubles Pomeroy and Houser lost will be be called upon to enter this event, U f
and
south entered
this is ineli- and west -
reason Hudson
i and for Juray assistant manage In lieu of the fact that the ii!i i
to White and Rhodes 6-2, 2-6, 4-6; ,
for the Varsity this yea:. He also accomnsnied( the tmms. -in the affair and to even placein '
I gicle Crawford and Line defeated Hon Freshman team will not make the H "
authority over the Freshmen The cross which ian an event means instant recognition
full country nm.
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las
will participate ifl ,
western trip
they
and Lambert 6-4, 7-5. the track authorities.At i : '
1 squad and it is expected that tiTwmal affair, ht1 -ttrac+'o'd by in the Teck relays to be held at : ,
Crawford took intention of i r ...
Manager Lynn it
first was the
| be will produce fe winning l* !&.n this season. the lartrett number Mentries Atlanta on the same day. :: ;
i with ,the large amount of material since its Innoviation three his team to Orlando yesterday to Captain Atkinson to send a Freshman :1. t" '
meet Rollins in a return match., mile! relay team, but due to --
[ tLat he has V. wo'n with. years ago. !Over fifty rr"n were t VOLLEY PALL MATCHES : ,
I A w ek' trip is being pi s.!.!el "n*erup to the time the registration On March 17 the Gators playa the fact that the one year ruling ARE NOW SCHEDULED j' .
books return engagement with the Jack will not be in effect at, the re- .
for the Freo&mei' team throogh wee e ''-H. F& 19. I -1 S
; Th- sonville Public Courts team, lays it was decided to send a varsity
will is
West Florda 'C which they course slightly over the March 3 the Flonda
1F which recently came here and won medley relay team instead.In Beginning ;
probably play in 'J allahasse?,. He miles Ion?, starting in tJu"t'r: volley ball sextette starts a min- ,: !
overwhelming victory over addition two for field
of the an men \
,tl It tns'rcss district
Funiak Springy -'nd Pen.ja and ran- which bids hir 1V ;
or sport? season i
is expected that games will also ring out into the suburban dist I Florida. events, probably "ArK" Newton for bard Darned victories, by bucking g k
f Manager Crawford has plans fora and "Wfe Willie" Middlekauf getting .
I be scheduled v<:th Duvai HighS rict.The I the ksonville Y. M. C. A. iU' :
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Gator's in enter* trip to be made during the the call. A wealth of mater- 1"
other -r tin ;
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has
.bool, St. Auga.-e an in Jacksonville. This team t
| the date cannot be ial is out for the relay team, and .
the meet have their worx: .ut out for spring, though
scno-ls t
; .strong high through shown us defeat for the last four
tr-em ao1 announced The team Captain Atkinson states "I am '
will .buck up against I : ati present.
and the material they .
State. seasons ,
some of the best tra k : tie! will play matches with Georgia confident_ that we can produce a
II IIr thl: weekhas men n
Work for the Varsity I I have, which has worked harm l1. Iii' :: !
IIi of batting entire state. Both teams hive Tech, Mercer, and other colleges relay team that will make a creditable .

i practice consisted and further mainly working Gut been working hard the past month I I I in the S. I. C. tournament.WON'T showing in the meet." -- I (Continued on Page 8) r L :C CF

of new aspirant for the rilcbinjrBaff. -- ----- -

fh -,::-er of candidates =

for the wff now reaches ele\en, YOUHAVATAMPA ,
and each day sees: strenuous; workouts ATHLETIC SUPPLIES 'f

r directed by Ctach Rlcnbourg,
'Icvelon fit colleagues .
who is trying to \ J
to work with the veteran 1: '' QUALITY SERVICE : f '
t ; Henry Gray; who is-the oniy man' Ii .z_ MILD HAVANA-. j .

left from last YPA!'.. 7:; ?":.*; :. -. CIGAR .. '..' / IK I!
\ It is planned: by coaches Rich- I '" BAIRD HARDWARE CO.
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bourg and Beasley to stage regular ELI WITT _

; practce: games between the I Distributors .
freshmen and varsity after next Tampa Miami Jacksonville Phone 7 I f. :l

week, which will give them tn opportunity I. F :;
the materialand '- I
to size up ,' .
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team added another victory c :
|| to their list last night when they ri Military and Athletic Goods a'Specialty i : J i :

| defeated the Jacksonville Greenlieki Goods s
in Jacksonville by a score ofS25.
s Rear of Engineering BIdg. HI' ;;1
featured
The freshmen game was .
t- ;; h
by wonderful team work 0 Fellows we're newcotners among Gator advertisers, but from now 0 .. I ;,

throughout, Newton was the on we'll be in here itrcng for all Gator activities, especially in 4 A .. t" '.',
i scintillating forward for the Rats the sports line. .1"
Jones, Dick Brown and .V ,
i and Edgar .
Yars a'i showed up well also. When you need a good track shoe, gym suit basketball "aeV I :
The line-up andsummary: ball I tennis, or golf euppliea let us know. We carry the standard J I $ :

Flo'da (35) ''Pos. Greenbacks (25) : brand >*k. YOU'VE. ALWAYS WANTED A SUIT LIKE

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I: i1. r($ +-.-.-+---v--+ -+-Y4---+-+ + + +-j+ +_ _. + + + + + + + + + + + + + + .1+ Mr. Louie Ramsey< -to in the St.--Petersburg world's-- MILITARYDEPT.HAS ROAD BUiLDifl

: x to participate

t K. K. HANSEN J* F. BLATT + Championship Barnyard Golf NEW BASIS I CONFERENCE
ATROCITIES 1
: : + Tournament. If present plansgothru $

:! St. Pete, Mr.in Ramsey ample time will to arrive enter the in OF RATING DRILL j I PRAISED INS STAn

m :. + + + * * + + + + + * + + + + + finals in this major sporting event. 1 -

a : Hope is high among the students, That the road---
i -- that of the second bua i ----- and there is no doubt but With the "beginning -
I: f .xESS HALL TRACK NEWS iarkness-Naw, lets play bride. Mr. Ramsey is affectionately semester a new basis for the ence recently held at the
r 1 wouldn't go down if 1 toot "Louie, as sity under the
competition has auspices
known on the campU3 competitive drill of
As. winter goes and spring comes they would give me the bloomingtown. and oral Extension Division
< will cop the medal offered, gone into effect as follows: &r.4
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; College of
anAnd his Alma 33 1.3 per cent Engineering
Attendance 1iaa
reflect glory upon
"! the days get longer and Oh, if I thot they would give me thus cent cess and has been I!Of.
Mater. Mr. Ramsey is the present Military Events 33 1-3 per r
r longer the town, I wouldn't go either. such by the road
titles: builder Jf&I
hall holder of the following Drill 33 1-3 per cent
I .i+ lg weakens on the mess Horseshoe champion of Paradise, The attendance will be determ- state may be recognized frlq
t The Gainesville News printed a
following letter
team, Golf Championof basis of 85 per cent recently
(Fla.) Barnyard ined on the ,
and clipping from the Tallahassee
Tflfeile Stewart gets stronger by Dr. Benton
West Florida (19- being present to from the
Southeastern of the company
Democrat last fall, with the follow- I tion
r stronger.. of Thomas Hall each man one General
of 14); Champion give ten points: for contract
E r; 1 ing note affixed to it by way 1fte Florida. .,
he does not claim added. For each com-
(1922) will be
'the professor had written on explanation: : "The above will be point
Hall be. absent The letter is .
championship of Buckman squad, i. e., no man being as follows:
plete
J back of a student's paper: this city of Miss ? the only
he by default and no will be added Associated General
\ of Mr and cause won from it, one point Co
'0 write legibly. popular daughter f
Besse more
t one in Buckman Hall knew hoW the total. of Florida, .
to company '.
the student went Mrs. .
f Tfce next day <
to play horsesoes anyway. For Points will be awarded for the Jacksonville, Florida.
{ & the desk and asked: "Professor, the past three weeks he has been winners of the military events to February liiS!
I -.feat is that you wrote on the back Simultaneausly with the an- in the I
ti training with the weights field meet Professor J. R. Benton
1J t theme?" Holead.. nouncement of the discovery of be held in a military ,
x ef my unite in sayingthat
: and all
Mess-Hall Agriculture
King Tutenkhamen's tomb comes which will :be held some time during ,
.. : he is in the best of physicaltrim.
i' t R.H."SUMMERS JR., MAKES AN the full report of another marvelous the spring. These events will University of Florida,
? ATTEMPT AT WRITING POEMS discovery in the field of We hope' that he will attain include bayonet combat, wall sealing Gainesville, Fla.
: I I .such glory that the movementto Dear
) iii FOR THE ALLIGATORHeeds science. This is embodied in the shelter tent pitching, equipment MBenton:
it Golf a major -
I newly published book, "Travels in make Barnyard University will suc- race, tug of war, gallery r At the general eel
sport at the
no policemans call Peruvia", by two students of the team be match and rifle match. of the Associated Genera 5

_" iil' Thinks be knows it all University of Florida, Mr. Ralph ceed, and a horsetehoe to uphold the The competitive drills will countas tractors of Florida at Orla o'e
produced every year
Turns corner and skids Marsicano and Mr. Russel King. follows: Feb. 13 and 14, the
Florida in sports.
-: .d;: i! ._ Survived by wife and kids.. Th. book is published by Reademand name of School of the squad, ten, six, I unanimously adopted tin f .ot.

.i I: Weep, and is sold for $5.00, NOTICE two,'and no points; ing resolution: .

v ; f STUNG F. 0. B. Octroi\. School of the platoon twenty That the executive seattae
'I- Ie
..'; .Jle. May I see you home? These gentlemen are not un- In addition to the regular pro- twelve, four and no points. instructed l to convey to the t&g.

1 She Yes, if yoti.stand here and known to the field of letters, being gram for Farr Litt next Monday School of the company, twenty, sity of Florida, and those

1 :: 'witch.i the joint authors of that touch- evening the noted geographer\ twelve, four and no points.In ble for the conception of rem a tj Be

i J f n I ing tragic-comic drama, "The Mr. Russell King, will address the the school of the soldier, 8 carrying out of the road bsj

,!. ; ; "t A FALSE ALARM Student's Directory," but this is society on the literature of the men will be entered from each conference held in GainesviUfi

4'). the first time they have entered
'< ., newly discovered monarchy ojf Pe- company in an elimination con- congratulations of this
He-Darling what would you do the field of geography and ex ruvia. Mr. King is a former member test. The last six men to count on their highly successful assooga

; : 5f I should kiss you? ploration. They are to be congratulated its each in- kii
,
-';. < of Farr Litt, and was once 6-5-4.3-2 and 1 points ling of the init'al
r !" meeting, ads
.; She-.threatening. I'd call for on being the first to discover president. All are urged to be out. versely. these gentlemen
the tiny kingdom of Peru- sure of thelDt
I The company with the highest eration of this
: I He-Pleading. But darling, I via, hidden deep in the Andes, un- The 'Phreshnian I association iitv>g
Philqsphical will
number of points in these receive -
r ; ; Troaldn't need any. accounted for by the expedition I "Never study; it interferes with 100 additional points for final way that will help or tend tips

I ; ; SBe Interested. Well dear, of Jules Verne and Jacob Grim. petuate this movement frill
1 your imagination. rating and other companies will
: .' & \ worry, 111 not call. News of the successful culmi- more the asso"iat'on hearSf q
r of
I receive proportional number
nation of their famous exploration a proves the interest in this tam
pl; r h : now "That's beyond me, said the

i ., t r. WONEY WOULDN'T BUY IT has leaked out from timeto student as he reached in vain for points.In ment shown bv OUT exemtfe $

rG i time, but has been suppressedso the shoe horn. all the events and drills where retary and an thin !r*h,,t lwjji" |.i

j ; He-admiringly. I'll give ;you a that it would not detract at- possible individual and unit prizes that will help make the ne4s$

}" -dollar for a kiss. tention from their book. The first It was no surprise to mess-hall will be given.A incr: even more jmeesnl rd it

Y 1 'She-waiting> Anxiously and in the p"'eviouslv mentioned work, devotees the other morning whenit crease the attendance thereto.

I ,I ; expectantly) .No. "The student's Directory" and has was announced that the coffee final examination of candi- Wishing you every netaij
,
i 1fe-Deviringlv) 111 make it five. been the cause of much specula supply was exhausted; it had been dates for appointment in the gradeof carrying on this eTceUnt u]

'She-(Hopefully) No. tion. In the last chapter of this very weak for some time. seconnd lieutentant, Regular highly essential movement'far fi

He-Sadly. Well goodnight. book we find, among the list of Army, will be held during the

N r f' S&e-(Looking after him regret- countries from which students at- The Pacific Coast Debating week commencing Jane 25, 1923., Improvement of Florida rot ..rij

: hUT ). The darn fool, he didn't tend the U. of F. the following: League, consisting of the Universities This examination is open to all trusting that you win rat W

'b nr enough to take one. "Peruvia. of Oregon, 'Stanford, land American citizens between the tate to call on me at eltmel i
II
t Taretentum. Washington, have agreed to debate ages of 21 and 30 years, to fil, may be of service to you Iii

a : ; THE DIFFERENCE. Christy, Charles Negley." the question, "Resolved, that the approximately eighty-five ,(85) with kindest regards, ,

., 1 t Federal Government should legalize vacancies in the combatant branch,
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1 This clause was provacative of Yours very truly,
t'' John-Are you sure, you're not : the manufacture and sale Quartermaster Co' ps, Ordinance SNYDE1
much discussion, since repeated CLAY M.Executive.
: QC&By in love with her? of beers and light wines." Department, Chemical Warfare
visits to the atlas failed to disclose SeetUS i
i d{ Tom-No, I'm not; but I like Service and Finance Department.
such unit.
geographical
i fer. any Student groups in the Universities -
An interview with Christy whois I
= i ;: John-Whats the difference? and technical colleges at Utrecht _
\ indeed a student at the Univer-
) Ji l! Tom Well, liking is as paddling Delft Gronn'gen, Lyden, '
2
sity, brought forth only the information I THE REXALL STORE, :NO.
& a brook, but loving is likewnaminc Amsterdam and Washington make
; that Taretum was the capital
; in the river. up the Interacademkal Geheel- 719 W. University Avenue"The
of this and that
country com
; John-How do they differ? Onthonding Bond (Intercollegiate Drug Store ,Nearest the University" \
information be foundin
plete to
\ Twa-There is no harm in tha was Anti-alcohol Society) of Holland. Prompt Delivery Service PHONE 380-T
e the book which we have ,mentioned
if Into Each year, this society brings in
? s&aSow brook but one goes
1" f. \j then in the hands of the .
I Sfcr river he is likely to be drown- authority for a tour of lecturesand .'
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binder. Mr. Cristy accounted for conference. A year ago, this -.---- -. -' ,' -

the fact that he spoke Englishso visitor Prof. Dr. Aschaffen- t
was

11,1, I What kind of a girl is she had fluently been under by remarking the tutelage that he of burg Dr. M.of Legrain Cologne of, and Paris.this year I THE UNIVERSITY BOOK STORE

t least
: Ob, a hairnet lasts her at
Mariscano and King. He also admitted HaD
I month. ... _L i Basement Language
[ a having sojourned in Pittsburg "The' student must be affirma

1 for a time. He denied vehemently tive. He must be willing to throw t
ton-Did you say that he was that 'P vvla' isolated
was his personality into the scales in

... Aid Guard? saying that it' was as accessible behalf of those causes he believes
I :!
A. black-guard. New Un eof University Jewelry and Stalioneryt
-t 1" Sipid-N ; as 'PennaHis quaint to be fine. And he must have .

habit of spepfVng( abbreviatedly enthusiasm. Whether they are for Assortment of Pennants Freshman Caps, !fI '
'The audience and choir will now t ,
'is cra'te 3.m"sin to the American better congressmen or better ba-
4 ;j h* in singing that touching lit- but he that it is
: mind says as bies, for fewer words or fewer I orb Books, Etci .
Z l, tSs- anthem entitled She rolled her the aristoc-
much in vocrue! among wars, for more interesting moviesor ,

semen hoisery to hide the cotton, racy of Tarentum. more interesting men, he must -.... ..... ..... ..... --... ---

J.I' f ;& The book deals comprehensivelywith support them with all his force." -. -- ..... -- .
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the literature, customs, and -The New Student.

F '%his tale of pathetic disalluslonteeot politics of the newly discovered -

was relayed on to the Al- state. It is prophesied that its "Hearus mit em" is the war cry Greenleaf & Crosby Company

SgBtor by an ear witness. A charm publication will cause a revival of of German students toward drinking

fiaff young lady of the city who Is I Interest in the exploration of the bouts according to Dr. Walter t JEWELERS

e "!1 '. < qm intimate with Marion Hendry vast unmapped areas of the Earth Nernst. Rector of the Universityof

ins seated in an automobile the and it is to be hoped that this is Berlin, who spoke recently at t Jacksonville Florida

: aCer day with her dog, 'Bugs', in but the first of a series of discoveries the German Congress for the y

i a $er tap. Remarking on the affect- of a like nature. Students Propagation. of Prohibition among I

3 3'' "$ fan she was evidencing for the pup, of the univers'tv will do well to Young People. Dr. Nerst is reported Medals, Class Rings and Pins. COmflhlt'tees ,

1.44 afE SET companion said that she seem- purchase one of these volcmes, and to have said that there Is t in search of loving cups or trophisuitable
.a rf more fond of Bugs than of Mar- broaden their know-
geographical today among students in Germanya for athlc
iaa She "Well Golf, :Tennis or other '
4 replied: you see, ledge.A decided swing away from former

''ji .lad'Bugs longer than I've had drinking customs, that students do t Events, will find it an easy matter ,2i::

it t .atrmgm6nsty: /* hurried campaign is at present not use intoxicants to the extent I Choose from selection packages which <

at its heighth noon the campus commonly ascribed to them, and will gladly '
send
t'' <* -U>me on, lets go down having as its object the raising that scholars have become the beat I upon approval.-

4 K; sarwa. of sufficient funds to send allies of the fight against alcohol. 4II """ .... ......4a.. ... ;


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i Resigns chicken am de mos useful animal I Cleaning &i,1 i,1t j '
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&- dere am. Yo' can eat him befohn ,
4 Those who :>aw the Clemson-, an' after he am dead":Farmer t Pressing Club J Footballr Tennis

florida game in Jacksonville and Breeder. I 1 Opposite Star Garage I! 0. Hardware of All Kinds O.
member the ;brilliant work off I II SEE US ..,
.I jhett Turnipseed, the star quarterback You laugh at the prohibitionlaws I j <)I,
LET US CLEAN 'EM I II "
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, f of the Tigers. Turnipseed ; the libertine laughs at the I THE THOMAS COMPANY .
from Clemson to : ,
resigned recently marriage laws the
i anarchist '
.,.. enter business at High Point, N. laughs at the property lawswatchout I Dyeing and Pressing Also It! : Phone 22x &.

:l C The Tigers suffered the loss or your son will laugh at all I Phone 675 j WEST SIDE OF. SQUARE *O
. rf one of their best athletes. laws! Let's qtrt laughing at any I .
law."--.- an Morgan Smith. ---------- ................... ..+++i

PROSPECTS FOR TECH BASEBALL -

Thirty four different coun:
: tries were represented in the In- A. H. Doran _!hf hYiY;
."J From the Technique we learndiat ternational Student Conference at ; in 35IF OrI
'!''i Baseball practice has started Toronto, Canada, Nov. 24-29, 19- I For Bicycles and Bicycle II w

!.- at Tech. A large number of men 22, under the auspices of the Intercollegiate Accessories I'i' GAINESVILLE FURNITURE COMPANY
232 East llainStreet
South
,: are out for both baseball teams. Prohibition Associa
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Varsity and Freshmen, and according tion. The conference discussedthe "
. to Coach Clay, the prospects world movement against alco- w Victrolas and Records'
holism and its relation to students. f5 9x
for the coming season are
f I It
t err promising. Most of the time I Ii. l- '"l D. R. COX, Proprietor TELEPHONE 8S
and slidI I OTTO F STOCKTAILOR I
with bunting
, i. is taken up I "The government of this countryis I
ing. The Freshmen are making not at Washington. It has I It !
i I good showing, and they will play never been at Washington. The '
twelve I t I _! Y1f! !
ten or games. government is where the peopleare. --
I The court of last appeal is t I
WEEK AND
:, I FOUNDERS what the people think and feel,
AT ROLLINS and that upon which they highly
',-1 l' resolve. Therefore, the develop- I, DRY CLEANER I It ST. PATRICK'S CATHOLIC CHURCH ;

" t On February 22 the annual ment of this finer quaVty of soul .
NORTH
f E. MAIN STREET .
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"5 r Founder's Week cel<(oration will in, every community, on the college t Phone 354 t
r take place at Rollins College. A campus, in the church, in the Reverend John ,Conoley, S. T. L., Rector
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! Tery elaborate program as pre polling place and in the place of TELEPHONE 629 t
, pared. There will be dances, receptions business, is an ob1i"*tion that r
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speeches, alumni luncheons rests unon n* all."-Dean CharlesR. __ cI::::
i" concerts and special church Brown, Yale. SCHEDULE OF SERVICES ,
I It I
,:; .ervic s. Founder's Week celebrates : YOUR RAZOR SUNDAYS-10:30 A. M. and 7:45 P. M. "

the founding of the Town Sports, gymnastics, rowing, BLADES I It WEEKDAYS:30 A. M.ALEX ,
.f Winter Park, Florida, 1881 adn swimming and mountain: climbingare t '
I Eollins College, 1885. parts of the *ct'viMps of the t Sharpened at about one ,I

, dry students of Swiss Un've''s'tie*. third the cost of new bladesSWEARINGEN'S I II i I II I .
'. "Work: Progresses on La/s The clubs int"e.univers't'es of Basel t 11....bbb.. 4CA00bb 0.4db+!i

Greater University Sit. Berne, Zurich, each have their I I ; : CAFETERIA :
own club room in a hotel and keep
fI Actual work of construction is un lectures and st"dv grouns as t AT IDEAL CAFE ,I : : FRESH-CLEAN -GOOD :

progressing rapidly on the site o well. The national federation of t Opposite Fire Station .
r
I the greater Lousiana State Uni- these ani-al<*ohol clubs is called !_--------... : "0 Here's the place to get : ::

f tersity. Contracts being filled, the Abstinente Schweizerische 4 what you want when G
now call for a laundry, engineering Burschenschaft. ? 4)
t laboratory, power house, warehouse you want it. e

i barn, cottages, and other Among the highly useful studentoreanfrjitions .
: ANYTHING at ANYTIME .. .
bn buildings now
:ldings. These *s th!! Tntercoll-eiafe
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beIng erected will cost approximately Prohibition As orfatfon., On the .
I $500,000. This is the beginning completion of twenty vars of aetv .........................

of a great building pro- <' work. It dives evidence of vi-
iram. tality. Not only his tM association -
seen and re po"f*d to the
MERCER HOT.PJ5 ROrTTTTTDAY need 'of s-curn r "Miigent support d 1 1ti'Ye SEE
CELEBRATIONOn for 'the prohibition laws ofth's Vidal Drug Company I

. countrv. but it ''has hpard tits FOR DRUOS, STATIONERY, TOILET ARTICLES,

February 22, the annual celebration call from other land Ortninlv I CANDIES, SOUVENIR CARDS, WATERMAN PENS
I II of Society Day occurs at every Chri..ti n student mnst not
Ii I Mercer University. On this day only w ch te I. P. A. wpll. bit
also fet: htms'lf bv every means to .... ..... .
the college men prepare a program _______4I 4I ..... .- ------
i with which to entertain the co-eds. cultivate TroVMtion sentiment no* grind Our Own LensesNODELAY '
I According to the Mercer Cluster ally in this country, b"t whpr vermin I
Ite program contains interesting I are cursed by the liqucr bus- It Frames and. Denison t tI

I society forensic contest, oratioical iness. gainesVille, Florida. I
contest, and basketball game, Student:: Edition, AssociationMen. I I, I.I I.

which will be followed by an informal r I Crepe.
recept'on filled with novel t tI
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features including {Abundance of A number of separate, spontaneous 'RP1iR1i! ifi! Yiiififififi! ;! ! Y I.I t.
refreshments. inidnts indi-ate this a wave' I
, of sentiment and action for law cnfoweT"eit ,

CLEMSON .I OWE HEAD! C:;' ATHLETIC- I At Yale, is at sweeninpj a student OT meetingtwo eollesres' I I Norah Norton Novelties

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u der
Dr. E. J. Stewart, Director of were chosen to promote respect I
Athletics and Head Coach of Clem- for law in* the student bodv.. At II

ton, res'gn >d to accept a position the University of South Dakota, a 1 I II "
with the University of Texas. Bone Dry Club has b'en formed I --475- I I STYLE s I II -, -
of the
enforcement
Coach Stewart will remain at j to promote
Clerrson for the rest of the present Volstead: Act. Wesleyan Uwvei BIGGEST MANUFACTURING WHILE
bv SENSATION SINCE THE I ALLTHE .
plan
ratified
sess'on and will enter upon his sitv. Conn., a WAR j .
mew duties on September 1st. which the students themselve are I Not a cheap imitation, but the j -
to punish anv student drmlrnr highest grade shoes on the 1 I
Coach Stewart came to Clemson during the academic year. And_ I market for Men who demand j Our system of operation makes d
about two years aero from Lincoln the Freshman class at Lafayette I *he best at reasonable prices. !t tI for exceptional values-unexciellcd j7( ,
Nebraska. coached Made in standardized unitI j
He formerly : a
j-esblation
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College, Pa., passed a 1 1II '
at ani factory where only the latest 1A\
the University of Nebraska \
of alcoholic serrice. .
Oregon Sincehe disapproving the use I styles are adopted. Material I i
Agricultural College. liquors on the campus. II and workmanship of the hi;:hI -
t has been at Clemson, Coach est class. Real Calfskin up- r
Stewart has !made a legion of I pers, solid oak leather soles and t* /
friends. The men who have played The first summer prohibition counter, Wing: Foot rubb j 1 I / LSuitsHatsFurnishing
conference of students In Czechoslovakia I heels lasts that have style fit Goode
on his team all love him, the j
comfort. Just the shoes are I
held at Nachod, Bo- you 1
ttudents who know him intimately was ( looking for. Come and see
can voich for his bigness of heart, hemia last August for four days. I them. j 1 1I I BAILEY THE CLOTHIERTAMPA
those who know his only as director They are to be hell annually. The
and coach haw a profound respect rational student abstinence sodeU L. C. :I FLORIDA -
for his ability and sports has 1500 members and is krowingr I SMITH4
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.!It selves as to the _credentials of Aids for -
VOLLEY BALL MATCHES ARR OF SOUTHERN on programs, one on problems, and I Students
,. CONFERENCE delegates, and shall report on ,
i ',I SCHEDULED COLLEGE FORMED one on publicity. Teacher
shall same at all meetings. ,
.; I ., Continued from Page One) Sec 3. Special committees nominations II The new Handy
It :; (Continued from Page Five) consist of three men. Sec. 2. The committee on Dire
and DutiesOff'cers before the con time-saving stndj keyst
1: t. ( iously together for six years, appears be able Article VIII-Powers shall place ..
rv ;sUs with ours, aS7'" may the of suitable can- ready for maIling It j jin
vention names
of the best in Florida. Yet ;' theirs.If .. a**
them wan two colors
j. they shall meet an experience to he.p into this Section 1. The president shall didates for all offices. and contain tst.-
we choose V> go by Christopher .
before Morb
r, team when the Gators leave for r-atiy the perform the usual duties of that Sec. 3. At least sixty days ).
organization wo m sc There is no
-1 Metropolis city. ., the annual meeting the committe charge '!iIe
ttution Dy-1. n a w piy office.
roi> and shall send to the sec- edition lasts. Write
f l On March 17, Jacksonville will our fees.' Thij tovfutf.i av! Section 2. The vice-president on program of the official free copy. Address tod&r r.

r give a return game here and on } laws does nt gn Into duct. shall perform the .duties of the retary-treasurer copy meeting.. The

March 24 Tampa Y. M. C. A. stall until the next rell.u-:tr tnr-eting, president in the absence of that of- program for that shall forwarda THE HANDY BOOK (COtp.
be contestant in the gym at secretary-treasurer
"s + a and if there i is any section that ficer. to Mail Dept.,
of the official program Readm
# Tampa. Is objectionable ,i can be altered Sec. 3. The secretary-treasurer copy R
1 Furthermore, Sam Cornwall ed. each member college at least forty ---
all
at this time. shall keep a record of pro : *
J + I and W. M. Davis representing the At our next meeting this matter ings and meetings:! of the f' era- five days prior to the meeting. j J A Good Place to Eat
University on the mat, and Neal the student disbars awl '--
r will.be brought before tion, and shall hold, : -- ) A Quiet Place
Morris and Davis, hitting hard as ratification the to 81nd,
body, for eiteher their be accountable for all funds of '
our renowned pugilists, shall accompany I ) CANOOCHEE
: or rejection. 'federation, and shall make a general t LOS(
t the volley ball team, to JAS' A. WINFIELD, President of and financial report to the j, 1211 W. University 1R

clash with men of their kind from : Student Body.TENTATIVE. assembled representatievs at each f---- ---
; the Jacksonville Y.
; fI
r annual meeting.
i '1 Here are the prominent figures in CONSTITUTION Article IX-Amendment* I J. W. M't'OLLUMtca

the workouts of the sextette: Keller .SOUTHERN FEDERATIONOF I This constUut'on may be amended t DRUGGISTS

r Hartsiield Hicks, Weeks, COLLEGE STUDENTS by a majority vote of the delegates THE ftEXALL
,6- : halt, Thomas, Andy Simmons, rreetirg S'rora
f: present at any Agents for
tr Stevens, Webster, and Bratiey.GATORAQUABATS .
t .' 11 Article I Naras provided that no amendment Liggetts and Norris CaDi

,, ..l' WILL The name of this association shall be voted on tits same dateit Gainesville |J
: shall be "The Southern Federation is proposed. simple majorityshall --
HAVE 1RIPS SOON of".Col'ege Students." constitute a quorum.
jij:; I" BY-LAWS e Stag S H 0 E-
: Article II-Preamble I
; 1 Beginning the se.eo il week via Order of BusinessThe
Article 1
a March' Florida's swiiunun-:: team The purposes of this federation I He has MS pride of the peacock,the '
t; following shall be the orderof of the lion and the combinednerve H B./1\1. TENCH ij ijO
i i starts on a tour that wdl..cu./H I hall be to dis:uss btudent problems courage whole And )
business at regular meetin of the menagerie.
f; practically the entire state, fulfilling I and student government, to any why Because he is sure of himselfand .

r ; 1H' the best schcoui. that the be of mutual assistance to each of the federation. sure of his appearance. biatnl Gainesville CE {j
touch to
of com As the last and deyn-est
1.
4 iji Gators have ever had. Definite other in the exchange of ideas, to Appointment special ..t.be EOtooths his mane with"Vase I

plans have been reg.:.terl by make plans for unity of action I mittees. '_. iu "HairTonic.iiishealstaysdapperand sleek: throughout the giddiest Florida
.
i. fJi Manager Steve Klein, wits Mia of the student bodies o* Southern 2. Report of committe on pro- "Vaseline whirls. "Hair Tome. improves the

f !1 d ml'S "Spars" and the Palm Kw. .h ; institutions, to promote better education gram. hair. At all urui stares and student

.. r 3 Athletic Club, while ;Jtw'J ire un:' : standards, ani to carry 3. Report of credentials com. barber abepaEvery ''Vait.Zim'" product i. rec- S H 0 ERI

t 1 r der way to have the Gator ,'ffi i- out these standards according to mittee. ommend evtmhcrf because of
of previous ttt absolute pur.' nccDeai.cneu..VaseIine.
i bats encounter the Y M. C. A. the provisions of the Constitution. 4. Reading minutes --

; t;, of Tampa, and then go up nto Article Membr3h'p meeting. y
III
: ;1 Georgia to show Umver.ty; cf \ 5. Report of president. I
Eagle Barber
Ijt shall b3 defined as tt
Membership !
6. Report of secretary-treasurer
I' J Georgia, Georgia Tech. Mercer awl I r
registrat and or dues esnu.zr.7.or.HAIR
other southern on payment 7. Miscellaneous'busness. FCREXPERT
colleges .low iy; use
something that will Lecp ihun membership of thi organization 8. Report of committee on nomi- TONIC I t

'. clean.. shall be limited to the insti- nations. ., SERVICE

r :, Last year's team preiv 'ituch tutions here present. 9. Report of officers. :Chesebrcugh Mfr ..Co.g ,

: : men as Frank Willirn.on. Ozzia Article Representation lO.Report of committee on pro-- t If you: call once yoiT! ci.
: : -
' (Consolidated) :
It t t I. 1 Bie and Dick Preece, who have/ established Each member student body &hUl gram. I again. f
.
t J themselves 11. of specialc ommit- -
: .1.3 ;rear aquatic Reports
1 be entitled to one voting representative -
Next Door to Alachta I C.aMI
'F' ; 1 performers. Pr!ece is the tees. I
: with an alternate, and as Everything Electrical PALEY BOYD
\ holder of several, medais, :.nd Bla I many speaking delegates as it \< Article Dues I t

It .r ,: I is an old timer at the game, who may desire to send.Art'cle The annual dues of each mem- I JOS. J. SEYKORAPHONE
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has shown good work m Tampa, $10, payable at or before the an- 107
his home town. La*' 'yevi 1 h e : Meetings'! nual meeting. "

t scored several points \hith :kept Section 1. The annual meeting Article III-EeTections GAINESVILLE, FLORIDAA PUBLIC SA1l
# this federation shall be held .
the Jacksonville "Y" from inning on Section Officersshall be elected
i the state meet. Williamson: 13 the first Friday and Saturday I m.
by ballot on the majority at A nice We have purchased
front bedroom also table
from Miami where he was formers after April 20. Call meetings may the annual convention and shall ; pair U. S. Army Mares ;

s I ly'a life guard. be held when necessity arises, at continue in office until their suv board, one block northwest .College I shoes, sizes 5 1-2 to U '

Murdoch. Bates, who ::5 captain! the instigation of the president, cessors are chosen. Inn. was the entire surplus Itocl i

4 j, I ,1 and pilot of the destinies of the ;with the advice and consent of t'ie Sec 2. The executive commit one of the largest U S. frj

.tt swimmers and a good performar executive committee.Sec. shall be in power to fill any vacancy SEE MRS. M. L. PEEL.i I ernment shoe contractors.This .
1 t F t himself, has a big squad outf working 2. The annual meeting shallbe that between annual 1
may occur shoe is guaranteed *
i i i each afternoon in Friezers held<< at such place as the pro- meetings. .. -- ito
w r sold
hundred cent
;, t pond. New men this year who are ceeding convention may decide upon per

I ', : making a fine showing are. Earl after recommendation qf the executive Article Section -1.Duties The committte of Committees I FOR. SALE, i t color dark tan, bellow Tt.I'tep
on dirt and waterproof.
J i< Moore a point swimmer of ]922 j
; committee.
credentials shall satisfy them. and 1 1A I, i tual value of this Aov! fa luI
; Maxwell "TVells, of the United t JUKKLELE CASE, $740 cash.
f a States Naval Academy Swimmingteam .i.iI Article VI-Officers SALE-ARMY In good condition, fancy Inlaid t Owing to this tremeDdoa,1f
The oficers of thisfederation SHOES-SALE- f stem and borders we can offer same to&4
Sumner back-stroke Cost
; a 18.00 new. j.
I h I champion from Georgia, and shallconsist of a president, elected We have just bought a tremen- |tSIX EDISON RECORDS:' PODU- I 1 r lie atSend $2,95. MI
dous
I! Graves, Lorraine, Whittaker, Bur- for one year; vice-president, and stock of Army Munson last jUr pieces. Come and get fem at t correct aize. F
Shoes to be sold to the public
bridge. Hensley! Burnett, Rogells, secretary-treasurer, elected for |50c a record. Apply JACK PER- j. man on delivery or send "
1 :f \ and Nolte. one. .year. No state may have direct. Price $2.75. These shoes !|NALD, Backman, Room 19. I J r order. If shoes are POt IS
; : J more than one president within are 100 per cent solid leather fc I resented we will cheerfaJ 1

( BOXING AND WRESTLING three succeeding. years. Vice-. with heavy double soles sewed --- -.. o. J fund your money promptlJt
and nailed. The uppers are of I Auerbach's ,
presidents and Fine
\ -- secretarytrasurcrs Candles ,t request.
It The boxers and wrestlers of the shal\ be elected irrespctive of heavy tan chrome} leather with I f lOcI ,1 f. a1
'j bellows I t National State
campus who have been training states. j tongue thereby making Bay .
: Jbr the past weeks have decided them waterproof. These 'shoesare I GROCERIES '. pan 296. Broiw

4 that the time is now ripe for them ,i ii I Ij Article VII-Committees selling very fast and we advise L| DORSET & CO. ;a York. N. Y. s

i f to try out their skill. Manager; Section 1. The executive committee you to order at once to insure _
a i Sam Cornwall has arranged four shall consist of the president your order being filled. -- -
f =
n matches with the Jacksonville 'Y' as ex officio chairman; vice- The sizes are 6 to 11 all widths;
i
Two will be held here and two in president (included), secretary- pay postman on receipt of goodsor PIANOS PLAYER pW 1:

Jacksonville.The ,treasurer, and four others appointed send money order. Money'refunded

Gators mit and mat artists. by the president. No two members if shoes are not satis EDISON PHONOGRAPHS :

will go to Florida's Metropolis on of the executive committee factory. The U. S. Stores Co., Sheet Music String Instr

March 3 and 17. It has not yet shall cdme frpm the same state. t 1441 Broadway, New York City. KELLEY
Miller
MUSIC
been decid d when t'ey shall entertain The president shall have the powerto I CO., Next Door to .J

i' the visitors here. vote only in case of a tie. FOR RENT --.J. .JI

Negotiations are under way to Sec. 2. The prsident may appoint

have a meet with Davidson College special committees .as he I Nice quiet rooms in same 'GATOR I

University of South Carolina, may see fit. It is recommendedthat block as the College Inn.; BARBER SHOPIN

_ Trinity College and North Carolina there be a committee on' cre- 129 College, Park Ave. I COLLEGE INN

State. These will take place dntials, one on nominations, one Open 8 A. M. to 7:30 PJVL Saturday 10:00 glTWO "

some time in the middle of March I ; GOOD BARBERS

if they can be definitely arranged. ..----_____ --- -- ---;' -_ .

I FIRST METHODIST CHURCH i I
Students of 121 nationalities ,_
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y t from 130 different colleges and } 9:40 Sunday School, H. O. Enwahl, Teacher of College Mea'i t I '

g universities in the U. S. and I Class. FRATERNITY JEWELRT ,

1 i't Canada participated in the Inter I Preaching 11:00 and 730. EpwoHh League 630. I I t Official For All I

national Essay Contest of the ..... .... ... - --- -- ---.... -. -. Organizations. ,

r Intercollegiate' in the fall Prohibition term. Association First -- - -- -- .... -. .. ... .. Class Pms and Rings, Chapter Guards, Medals. j
l'' i Trophies, Miniature
: i ; :r place and a prize of $300.00 were I FIRST NATIONAL BANK Basketballs Baseballs, Foot
1: won by Frank H. Nelson of the gold and silve):. Special orders solicited. Designs f j
I Incorporated 1888 .
r University of Chicago, and second

I honors and $200.00 went to Jo- t Capital. $100,000 Surplus, $150,009 I THE EMBLEM SHOP ,.,

I'\ gendra N. Sahni of the University I, GAINESVILE, FLORIDA 200 Metropolitan' Building' ATLAIU .

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