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GAMESI The Military Department .of the
(By Professor E. C. ) University of Florida has become 'a
,TOWN.It .
Basket ball ,is becoming a popularDort l SEVERAL VACANCIES IN PER- real thing here in the past few
at the University as evidenced N T E R-MURAL BASKETBALL SONNEL WILL BE FILLED BY months. With the addition of a Captain -
has been suggested to L}. Atl:it -
by the crowd at the FloridaStetsong BRINGS OUT GOOD ttATERIA OPEN COMPETITION GET and a' FJrst Lieutenant, Major

and by the interest shown in AND MUCH INTERB8T IS' DIS- soa, who has volunteered to, help' i.n BUSY AND WRITE > Ward now has one of the best units
the' irter-college contests. It is a PLAYED IN THURS &%: AY NIGHT the matter of developing' a trac.cteam of the' R. O. T. C. in the ountry"t
for the GAMES. here this year, that he, wit 3 Staff wishes to call
have bet-r
'her new athletic activity I The Alligator li During the week there
.he assistance of the Student Be J ,
A'izators; but it has brought oat the attention of the Student Body to several important announcemrp'Z:

*ra wealth of material that ii is The first series of panes in the put on a subscription dance in d 9 several very important matters that made by the War Department in regard .

"f* to predict that Coach Kline will i Inter-Mural League fd championship Gymnasium for the purpose of r-i; vitally affect the publication of the to this work. One of the-fore-

"t'"e the 'Gators team to be feared I of Campus was planed Thursday ; ing mor.ey to send a team north t 1h's weekly paper.It most of "these is the news that tiv]
The plan is to enter into a ;ri -
*.>- many seasons pass. I evening January 13, ar* both games I year needs no noted journalist or members of the R. O. T. C. who >a"e
,h Kline has an enviable record were full of interest. i angular meet with Virginia Militiiy; high tone critic to tell that the Alli- completed their necessary tra!4r
Institute and Washington and .* a
bnsket-ball coach. His Nebraska The first game betwee the Teachers gator has not been as good a publi- will be offered comirfcs'orH r> "

in team was touted one of then and Agriculture tams while, University It"has to be held in Lexingla !1, cation as a College of this size and reserve corps of the T7 i* i

; he West. That quintet wont rather one-sided, was fad of interest. Virginia.* also been suggest importance should have. The Staff Those graduates who accept t'

-,:* ntly from the teams in the Driggers easily was the star for the that the wives of Professors fori gi' s has tried to put 'out a paper by it- commissions will receive the
down town '
-vnri Valley and the Big Ten Con- team, while Hait was the mainstay a, Bridge Party c self-without any support of the Stu- their diplomas upon graduatiot
Several of the let/-
+ He developed the five-man of Teachers. Both teams showed same purposE dent Body-and the result has been serve Corps Commissions will I'
; rr"s. merchants have offered valuah *
of team work but the ing unsatisfactory. No staff can put outa all who hel-1
I.. that is played exrly -I spurts pass- be offered to men
rse. a and it is hoped that the p'a i
in collegiate circle* ing was rugged and not fast, as it prizes, good Alligator by itself.. The Stu- missions during the war. This
*T tt Florida the five-man de- is hoped it will be when the teams will work out. How about it? s dent Body must give its support to its being done this year only.

1d work well, but for one have had more time to practice and the Student Body behind the Lieutoi own publication. Several students The work in the machine gun *

: This system d. ands have had several practices playing ant in his efforts to put the Univer'- have volunteered to help and their automatic rifle jection is still gr ;t
of Florida the in atl.-
-, lots .f it. The VB tor ,for'l'd together. The score of the first ity on map work has been greatly appreciated.The on and one of the ..Jerg.'nts it
-,- '. ;cards as fait eaough game was 45 to 8 in favor of Agri-I letics? Lets see this thing, throw;r. part, that they have had ,in the duty at the Armory every Jlov

r .- sive enough. The coadb: curture. work has been simply the gatheringof Wednesday and Friday of tern, *
et unearthed a center to The second game was fast and hard \WHAT ARE YOU news items ,of note around the Sgt. Hundley is also holding Gall- <

.h these men. The 'Gators t J Continued on page 8 Campus and turning them in. As Practice every afternoon and ev.*

I ".'njenough, but they lack DOING TO AID was said some time back in Chapel, one is invited to go out and get &
the Alligatorshould'change its name before *
I tie preliminary .1
ina agility.
.* nr or '
'. FARR LITERARY 'o the Exchange, as this would be real work begins on the range. M'
'ussen of Miami has come THEY.M.CJ"!
I -' into fitting tire+ place. But more fitting as: a'title. Why has the'staff Ward announces that all who qua-- 'yin
had to use so many clippings the machine and auto >
;; 1 :cks stamina, .t seems, for be THE STUDEXT'BODY OF TH?
from other papers, New York Love rifle work will only have to mal k
". ;:.) noticeably after ten minutes UNIVERSITY IS TO BE OEGANJZED :
Letters, County Officials ,and other average of 83 in order to be ;.'
hard Claying. Hodges works hard TERM ELECTION ) INTO GROUPS FOI
i such material to fill a paper that used from the final exam in M I-
.' j has the size, but he does not passor BIBLE.STUDY. DO YOU .
should contain interesting Collegenews tary Science This work also hoc *
cover the floor fast enough for the --- SHARE.
? The answer is very simple: the standing of the different en ail *
other four. Hejick is weak on the SOCIETY ONLY NEEDS TO WIN
Because the Student Body has not
floor. All three of these men are to DEBATING CUP THIS YEAR -By E. A. ClaytonThe \ panies. >
been active in turning in jokes, news il Although there has been no <**finite -
[be commended for their spirit. Still TO HAVE PERMANENT POS- Young Men's Christian AS&T I II. .
1 items .of note and other matter that ; announcement as yet, from ,the
. j center seems to be Florida's weak SBS6ION OF IT.The ciation has undertaken the orgarir.- :
I. Continued on page 8 report of the War Department, th
" spot, and Kline nay yet have to tion of the student body of the University -
: Summer Camp may be held at for
[ work some' smaller, faster man at society held the semi-annual into groups for systerrfeti i'! I
I Oglethorpe, Ga., this summer. 'h.
that position. election of officers at last meetin Bible study. Organization the War Department circular announ, n
Bill Madison is every bit as good ,I The officers for the new semester are various rooming and fraternity
this is as follows:
as have heard heis both on the as follows: houses well the sections of
you as as TO GIANTS AT SANANTONIO "The location of the Infantry C
I floor and at shooting the baskets. President-George Stanly. Thomas and Beckman Halls. is well '
for the Fourth Corps Area will p*
[ Madison's, long shots are sensational Vice President-J. R. Wells. under way. The plan needs your as- '
ably be at Fort Oglethorpe, Geoi
j and his passing is 'first class. He is Sec.-Treas. S. Ferguson. sistance. What are you doing to but other sites are row being.

i a seasoned player, a man of value to Reporter W. R. King. help it? Why? Do you know th" sidered." ,

[ team. Moss his teammateVhaa Member motto of the Men's Christian .
any Inter-Society: Young OF FOLR- -
FORMER UNIVERSITY All members of the S. A. T. C "'
i been below par because "of injuries. Debating Council-Maurice Stein. Association?
IDA STAR HAS BEEN RE-\C- actually drew pay during the wa'
, I He is accurate, a ,.good passer, and Critic-Harold. Klock. UTlie Young Men's Christian As::c- QUIRED BY NEW YORK CI UB entitled to Victory Medals. Tho*

1 always dangerous. He and Madison Sgt.-at-ArMs-V. M. Bradshaw. I ciation 'seeks to unite those youaj! AND WILL REPORT.FOR THE nouncement will be welcomedsome

' work smoothly; together. Truman Th coming semester will be one men who, regarding Jesus Christ sa SPRING TRAINING.New who were in to *',

! Green has both speed and aggressiveness. of the liveliest that the society ha; their God and Saviour, according to ruling in regard to the matter.At .

I It is almost unfair to call ever known. The debating schedule the Holy Scriptures; desire to ,be I-i j York, Jan. 6.-Lance Rich-! a meeting of the Lard r

this Tampa boy a substitute. is, full. In addition to furnishing it* Disciples in their doctrine ani in bourg, the University of Florida Colleges ,Association a commi: V!"

j; Bill Ward, a regular forward, has usual quota of debates for the inter- their life and, to associate their "f- first baseman who reported to the was appointed to look after the *f ;

: been playing guard Ward is fast. collegiate debate the society is called forts for the extension of His KiT g- Giants in 1919 and then was released fairs of the Reserve Officers Tr dn.

I handles himself well, and shoots ac upon to defend the faculty cup for the dom among young men." without a string attached, has ing corps and to handle the affair- i .

curately. In fact, to the fan, Ward last time. With a third successive Is this not an excellent matt been reacquired by the New York the Association in generaL The association r

looks like a forward. C. Y. Byrd, victory the cup will remain permanently What do you think of it? 'Wh club and will! report at San Antonio. # adopted resolutions endorsing E

from the governor's town, is the in the hands of the Farr Liter. Why not learn' it and\, begin to 1. ?? Richbourg has been purchased :from the work of the R. O. T. C. .

heavy aggressive guard on the squad. ary Society. it? the Toledo club of the American: and also the plan of the Govmi

. With both weight and speed Checkis The debate at the last meeting wagon Of the different phases of COnE 5 I sociation, which got him from Flint, ment furnishing- uniforms-- and- eqt',p- 3 r

invaluable to the quintet. When "Blue Laws as Applied to Gaines- ife there is none'so important as la* of the Michigan-Ontario Leajne. ment to all members free. This step t

fce gets back in the game again, the I ville." The subject is one of vital religious life of the student body. 3. Richbourg batted .415 last season and has particular significance, as th>se- ;

difference will be noticed. Cohen is interest te the University students, I Norman Sibley of Columbia Ujiive: s put up an excellent game in the fiald.Richbourg colleges are not only the leading educational V l

one of the fastest, scrappiest men on and both sides of the question were i ity says: "It, seems essential that -?.' it will be remembered, I institutions in the country,

the squad. He drew much favorable well brought out. T. S. Sale and Jim should study our religion and r.t- caught John McGraw's eye while the but they are also the leaders in the

I comment from the crowd, during Merrin defended the laws and M. S. tempt to harmonize more closely t. Giants were training on the Uni- military work that is being carried or:

i the last game. Every ounce of this Yeats and H. M. Friedlander' attacked ideas and its practices in our Jv.s: versity of Florida field ,at Gainesville all over the nation. ;

j 'Gator seems made ef fight. their operation. A large numberof This can only be done, it seems to in 1919. The youngster prom-

I Gray of Gainesville, Stanly and students express their dissatisfaction me, by a study of the life of Christ, ised to report to the Giants just as THRIFT. "

I Hitchcock of Jacksonville, and Bruin with existing conditions. and by discussions as to the application soon as he got his degree and he did We read the other day of a College

I by of Panama Canal Zone, are among Both sides received warm support. I of in our moat r- so. After a short stay with the Hew professor who had retired and wa?

I Kline's most dependable substitutes. The judges of the debate rendered a life. Discussion groups, there'o: 't York club Richbourg was slated for living in peace in the quiet recluft'oc ,

, I Gray; has' the weight and the ,speed decision in favor of the laws. ) whether for the study of the LiI : release to the Pacific Coast League. lof his summer estate in the mount-
i and is lacking, only in experience. At the next meeting Dr. T. M. '. or for talking over the implicaiica, Brooklyn claimed him, but later -withdrew I ains. He was well-to-do, one might .

I Every one knows George Stanly, ,the Simpson will address the society in of our Christian doctrine are ,ers r- its demand for the player. Thrl I'sven call him wealthy, for he had

i planning full-back. He is the same regard to the life and works of Mark ." tI firs baseman drifted about cor savedup $100,000. Wondering how i

I SOrt of basketball player. Hitchcock Twain. Dr. Simpson is well acquainted -I Let us begin to give more attent 1i ito erably and landed with the Michi :an. such a thing could have come to pass

i fc light and young; he promises to be with 'his...subject and an interesting this phase of our college life, 1 i' Ontario League last season.It and marvelling at the thriftines of

I a valuable 'Gator before another year talk is assured. ,Installation lows. :And, in so doing, lei us i- looks as if Richbourg will be the the man himself, we read en gd

I Passes. Brumby is a lightweightContlnue of new officers will also take member a bigger and better Flori !. only first baseman other than George found that a rVi T TJ<.I* hen died :

- I on pogo 8 place next Monday night. but also building for Eternity. Kelly in the :New York squad.. left him ;91i,WtIA9. '


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', I 1 I i i -;:: u - THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR- :- ,.
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t.; j Farmer:-"See here, youn< feller, THINGS ANT WHAT THEY A RISQUE RAKE. PROMINENCE ABROAD Students' Headquarttn

i :. what are you doing up in that tree?" SEE I; --..-
-: 'l- Stude-"One of your pears fell 'Twas on a summer hayride, in
As rolled about the land, Hon. 4'W.. Jennings, Esq., E.
f"; 'dewn and I'm trying to put it back. we
You go a-walking down the street sweetheart, Onion has returned to the
-Widow. That I softly called her Pluribus ,
.t 1- And Trail a nifty jane, And held her little- raincoat. u. of F. to resume his responsible JacksonvilleHOTEL
: I
She trots a pair of high spool heels of the Okeechobee -
i a Young lady (who had just been operated As I held her little raincoat, position as President
And floats a hefty mane.
on for appendicitis): "Oh, doctor We were going quite a pace: county club. Mr. Jennings is a
'II Do you think the scar will I. i i I nestled close beside her prominent resident of this city, andis SEMINOLE I
You double time and hurry and
up; herumbrella.Closer the length
; show? And moved closer to known throughout
l ,' Doctor: "It ought not to." You plot a clever scheme. to her umbrella, breadth of Cowpen Alley for his ora- Chas. G. Day Mgr
r I But as she turns and looks around- .,
; As she murmured little sighs, torical ability.
t Then things ain't what they seem.t "bull
> The mellow moonlight bathed us And although be has tied his w

tl I ;' "So she didn't accept you when you Froth.. "And I peeped into her-basket. with us for the season, we understandthat --

I proposed?" As ,I peeped into her basket, the product is being freely distributed -
1: 'I "She sure did I Ed: "How did he manage to sell The merry little miss, by him in the College of How Long Has It Been
'I "But said she threw that old, haunted house?"
you you
U. F.
I Laughed in chaste Law at the last
t- I down." Co-ed: "He started a rumor, that As I boldly stole a-sandwich. The entire metropolis, 15 in num- since you treated your

I i. \ "She did, and held me there till I there were spirits in the cellar."- ber, are eagerly awaiting! the out to a Juicy Porterhouse
her the ring.-ChaparraL Pitt Panther. The Lyre.
\ gove endeavors but do not
.f come of his ,
: French Fried
f hesitate to say that they feel sure

f : -- 7 _' in the near future he will be the done up as you like it?
; : j Lord High Justice of the U. S. Supreme -
This is our Special Universl
Court.Okechobee t
". r
t .. \
'- ':- Weekly Wheexe. Combination, with a Sgeci

1.i. .,. Price to Students.
j ftu'' ,' ; .

I I '' '"r. ; '_-'.'i' I went down town the other Sun- MOLNAB'S DINING ROOM M 1I
't:' .
: : ; noted 'speaker
day night to hear a ;
fllI. ". : \' also a noted fighter, but not exactly I
f. i Day in and day out;at ..r ;::0,;;, a pugilist. He is Colonel Dan Mor-
the R.'R. ,- \.' "
1'enniyiranu i
Station, New .York, th. :11'. ;-':{.?:;. gan Smith, commander of the "Bat- BaIrd Hardware Co.ii
Death" in the World War.
talion of
.. 4,. --aIc sal"ofFati qaexcecd: those '} ::; i
'tsf or any other ciparctte! r*' When I stepped inside the Presby-
terian church, the first seat I bumpedinto

; / ; : ;;} : contained a couple of good look SPORTING- GOODS

ing chickens. I was so mystified, I
stood there contemplating whether to KODAHSCUTLERY

I ;::2 ;' sit down or move on-hating to pull

: .:..: } right away. I was about to give up
% :/ ', :L 1 :and drop when suddenly the cock
I ?
crowed at last. It was Rat Striek- Pfctno 7 Gainesville, Ht

land's Much relieved, I
voice. pro-
: '- ..';:.-- \ '-c ."' ,if. I
I '.0. ceeded to remove myself away from
,,'. I
; i '" further embarrassment. I II I

; ; Two things might make -1 : : Just Arrived t

.j : you : The other night as I came bouncing -
I lime over University avenue, !
1 want to change your cigarette on my trusty bike, a Ford Sedan was Special Value for I
I ,
>/ my greatest means of hindrance.
i t i FOR example: you might tin:! straight Turkish., ciga ':' This flivver contained a young rooster College StudentsBrown i
too"rich tor steady smoking, l>cause*of t.t much and chicken
...... .,.-r: : who were in fact BO 0
; ; .;"-:-- ..';... -'::,,' Turkish tobacco. i closely connected, I says to myselfat Blue or Gray Worsted]

( < first: "That old fat man must be
> : Or you might find ordinary{ j art --Turkish or Turkish
I ..')' Blend cigarettes thin" and co flit:;", because of ttt little,. about drunk tonight." Regular $65 vlaue

.,. 1- _f t ; Turkish. f,
;, I..,' : \'"' i. I ;Vent to church last Sunday night for $40Stepinand
i "'j.. 1\.:. *. ,. .. (. In. either case '(should you d ) the logical I and as I noticed the choir, there was
:, choke would be a cigarette : tn.ughTurkish. I
.. .' 1 \f one young lady of extra avoirdupoiswho take
." \ .
: :
{.: :, '
t t ..-.; ; I evidently seemed to be happy.In a look at it
1 I. fT,.;! /. '- '' The only cigarette !h. Jest Turkish than the fact she was about the plumpest
I ; <,::;;" ,:"' .< ., traight Turkish brands and mere,\han any other.Turkishc !i iI chicken I ever saw, big on'both side:' Nick Damato

I "- : .'',:., ':. ... Blend. is Fatima.. ; and ridged dow nthe middle.
> "Th Town" Bailor |In
: j \ : '.>? :This is the basist for Fatima's claim oft j*st tniugh '
i i .:::;:"- EXCHANGES.Weep .
1 I "; I Turkish." .

R t. ,And of sales facts such as the one shown' abore
r'; 1 at this tale of Archie T$, SZOTBK3: SHOE ESPAJB
t surely seem to justify Fatima's claim. Who met a girl whose name was K8,
Courted her at a fearful r8;
:' ." ,' And begged her soon to be his m8,

I r "I would if I could," said lovely K8, SHINE PARLOR

... "I pity your Torn, unhappy stS,
: 1I' But alack alas, you come too 18,
t I'm married already' Oh, bitter CHESNDT'SSHOE

f8r!-Rocky Mountain Collegean.


!t&' .. Caldwell: "The amount
J 1 -' a fellow's father has doesn't seem to
cut much figure here."
i Satisfaction: Guuanteed
l\: Thayer: "No, it's the amount ?f
the father's money the son has.- South: Side Square
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In 1913 when Bay
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t' ,. appropriate. Finally the name of COMPLNY

Bay was selected. The
county almost -
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r ,.:-' : : 20 Andrews Bay, and FLASHLIGHTS
it was fetl that the future of the
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J 1 :' 5r county would have to rest eventually

: upon the shipping; that is, upon the LAMP SHADESWhen
\\I ,J ; 25 bay. Since the bay was destined to
be such
? t. am important factor fn the
f I I .<.It.. .- .. l.:1f rclaLs fti/.vJr.nd life of the county, it was decided to yea need snyt&teg ,.
; rdcLre..rtt+s.4
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t i r."'I. ."' ..--: '" t ,...J JD.ffCU"I.s" recognize the fact and name the,, trial, tbqp la aM see 0*.
l '._; _f .. 1. r i county BayJ.: R;Wells, Jr. 5'I1L Eaa giiri''t Tel J1'!
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==; FLOIUDAI tGATOa ,._.

THE DEPENDABLE MAN.A case of his failure. LOCAL

i 1 The man on whom one can depend Park Anderson and Leonard Wesson I I

Baitey; ITpC1YTPRFLORID I is the man who has. come to see life were visitors in Ocala last #
' few days ago an assignment wa3''!from a broader standpoint. He is week. It is rumored there are several -
- made to a reporter who promised \. \i the man who rules the world. The good looking women in that vi- '
...; have in the article o' time. The pi c ; j I I wheels of commerce, the progress of cinity. t
c. t ; in the "make-up" of the page was 'e I j the industries, the uccess of government -
served for it. The time came.' 1h-! }. of the people, the navigation of I Through a very regrettable mistake

! sells article did not. A weak article 1 i'' the seas, the liberty of peoples-all ;, last week, due credit was nc '

to appear emphasized on the, fi-* depend on thf dependable man. I given to Dr. Bristol for his art lon *.
HickeySrecman Clothes pajfre. All depended on the reporter.He The' dependable man's responsibilities -' the University Ideal. The U
failed. / are great, his tasks are not wishes to thank Dr. Bristol for h ;,;

...-- Napoleon's chance of success s always right:, but at the end, thoughit splendid contribution and to ap<5l:.- :tin
J.4fI' Waterloo was utterly destroyed .'> > may appear paradoxical, no one gize for the oversight which resulted

.. / '.-... ...4a .. -. .. .... ,. the incompetence of the two marshy: i realizes more fully than tEe dependable his not receiving, credit for san".
whom in an evil hour he selected fcr man that his path was a pathof -
.I.Ir We must sympathize with and offer -
," i high commands. The feeble and false roses.
\ I condolence-;.
i the Peabodites our t
DROP IN maneuvers of Grouchy, the impe x-
osity of Ney, were no small factors in From that ever-flowing fountain of Also our admiration for they at ]least i
sel 1!+ the defeat. The Emperor depemcJ 1 information, the Freshman, it was have the spirit if not the athletic a*>ilty. ,

OTTO STOCK: '-. on them. They failed. learned during the past week that a Some day when a one man co .-
L 1 Yesterday a friend promised a I"Zulu" may be anything from a hunk test is held between the colleges,

I f friend to perform a certain task f Tailor 1 him. The failure of the friend w(u A the breast of the female Africa

I'necessitate considerable inconv i- aboriginal.- It may- have two, four, .

sit AIterationt'C1eanin2'- PressinGainesville j I ence. The friend failed.'A six or eight' legs. It may be of the
} I
Senator family of that desirable little tropl-
S -' from a neighbo "i.ig
Pliose 354'' = Fa I promised his constituenC' to oal pet, the centiped, and have an in-

|" support the President in his fight -o" : finitesmal number of legular elonga- The

the League. The Senator's SUP o' t- tions. Or. and here is the happy ,
- - -
r4. ers depended on him. He failed. I thought, it may in shape and struc- .. '-
1- _--- t 3 J One of the greatest tributes ;1 at! ture resemble very closely our well-

; can be paid a man is the "He's de- known toilet article, the soap box, i
-'. pendable" laudation of his friendsor and be devoid of any attachments

t: TARE. FURNITURE (o., Inc. i Few his acquaintances.boys in college know" /that ,Yes whatsoever, indeed,,for the its"Zulu"pedal is extremities.a strangeand ]Sure Sign.

.Tampa I they are being judged by this 4rry peculiar "It." s
0 "I attribute of character If we *wiy -
f. :Ii..term it such. The cause of a bo or Inter-collegiate basketball occupiesthe
Sys A.-. Per R limelight in the local university
man not being dependable is the e-
!i 16Q 7 I'J m1tJ&ft\ Glebe vWwkia Scctfeoal Backflim :Ii suit of failure to think. The frJBid world at the present time and judg-
Ii ing from the performance last Thurs- of the '. .
would be punctual if he though',' of ,
Molls yocallon; ,Patha feoB0pnf fe, Htpcaee Ett- the inconvenience to' which he was day evening, the contests are all go- '. ,
ing to be well worth witnessing. TheA. "Gold
.. Cabinet Beldinff"Hall BaflJhmatera, Aetoloz Porch subjecting others. The boy woi Id .
B/s by virtue of their victory over
) I perform the task of his friend i" ie big dividends. :
PIa > !Stabs, P* no-EcHpae Gas Fmi>jBi| Docziestic Sdfiooe Fire-. thought of the consequences of fail the Engineers have a bit the edgeon I
the series, for while they are idle Not all affairs
Robinson: "Bertwtil'
jig Coaiitsvei, LRodgers 1tadtft'"WiOllIe fi ure. The Emperor's marshal woi Td
this week the Ags, who defeated the
Ii have equalled the occasion if he That big dividendsAre
c:'i Id pay
- Furniture, Floor Coverings 1 Chima alaitIrwere Teachers College must buck up
have forseen
the changes in the m lpg
against the prospective road workers. Fakes
Window Shades Awnings. of Europe, which would result in
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EDITORIAL DEPARTMENT Speaking of hard luck! In a recent -

I Herbert G. Ford ... ..--. ___---- -- ------------ .- -Editor!! in Chit aquatic meet at the Naval
;; I I c. Stuart Han, :.... .......--. _______' .Managing: Editor Academy a young Plebe (i. e. Rat) our odd suits unaold-theTre Bart Sca .
Trunaaa: Green ......,-- Assistant Managing Editor swam the 220 in 7 1-2 seconds better W.'r.)Mark finest deanlni suits up for this fall'e p-urchue-modela, stow ts, slid
I I! F. O. Spain Jr ..._ ___._.Sporting Editors A. 1{. 2M1.. than the inter-collegiate record, but r.iU1ars and atub3--youni man I more=: .nativi ItJIti
i the pool it was found coat mora to tailor, prictd
f\ i ROY B. Hoskins,.Murray Cohen, Har-old Klock, RcporUn I on measuring These
: t I Richard KnigHt _._.._.......-- -- Socwty Editor I that it ,was a scant four-inch off .
; ; wonderful record" -
standard, so the I
; \ BUSINESS DEPARTMENT:- cannot stand officially. Call out the $32.50 S to $48.50FORMALLY

Herbert M Friedlander _.__ .... Business Manager hearse, Eddie! I [ .
Maurice Stein _- -.....--. ..._...____..-Ass't. Business Manager Word comes from Atlanta that E
_. _- -. since Pitt has dropped Tech from I i
MECHANICAL DEPARTMENT their schedule that the Revenge I

: M. B Knight! Foreman. lub, which was formed by the busi- I + $80.00
\ B.' 0. Smith _' Compositor ness men of Atlanta for revenge on $57.50, :.J-.i A .. J.- to .( JT4J. ,
i' --. --.- .. Pressman the Panthers, has changed its name ..,' .t ,. -'
28, 1912, at tie post- to the On-To-Broadway Club. Theyare P4O
1 Entered as lec Jidclaas tnatter. September \
i'1 efflce at Gainesville, Fla., under the Act ef March 3d, 1879. waging an extensive campaignand .
1 Place, all comraumUations and news items in boxes designated for that intend to carry- a special train ..
lead of Tech supporters to New York ll
I im Peabody and Language Halls.Rate -
purpose next year when the Golden Tornado Wolf BrothersTAMPA L
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i locks horns with Penn. State at the > :-
:-The Florida-Alligator, $1.50 the year. Polo Grounds. The Dixie men say of "ft

k course that Tech will win, and that .

t little ole New York will be too smallto .
\ i ORIGINALITY. hold them. S n.. FLA. '
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h,I \ I Th Alligator Staff wishes to call to the attention of the Student I There are 1,176 higher institutionsof II I I
i Body that lately several initialed contributions have been placed learning in the United States. I

I t I in the Alligator Box and published as original, whereas it has This list includes all the universities, I .

1 since developed that these contributions were in no sense original colleges, professional schools, col- .
and had been copied from other publications. We do not believe !eges of agricultural, mechanical, I ;.
1f I for an instant that there was any intention of misrepresentationupon technological and mining science, nor- 1 .,.

1\ the part of those students turning in such copy and we have r,al schools, theological seminaries Hillaboro]
\ rio desire to criticize. Rather, we wish to commend such students -nd junior colleges.
for the interest and spirit of co-operation shown towards the w ,; 4

\ Alligatc But at the same time we feel it necessary to caution Mary Garden, world-famed opera .- "TOP O'TBE.1 TOWN

1\ 'P them that it is not only unfair to the publication from which and movie star, recently said in re- i!1\ : ..... .' .
These artcles were copied, but it is also likely to bring the Alli- ?ard to prohibition: "I hope the i ; Largest All Year Round Hotel

\ .. gator into disrepute and possibly cause a law suit. And in this whole world goes dry. Prohibition In State
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I connection, let ufe make plea for originality in our contributions is a good thing for this country, andit ,> '. ". .'.-
'1 in the future well large number of contributors. The .'. .-
as as a will be a good thing for the world, ="' <
; burden of furnishing copy for the Alligator has rested upon some I mean it." Tampa Florida
\\1 few on the Staff., These few, men, carrying heavy courses' and /"
1 interested in,.other campus activities, have found it impossible to Rev. A. J. Cook, of Cape Town,

\ fill the eight-page edition! entirely with original copy. Lacking! Africa, while touring the United : ;.,..
; fi stu:lent.contributions, they have been forced to rely somewhat States recently gathering the faces -
I upon exchanges for filler. If the Alligator is to maintain its. regarding the results of prohibition - -. .aw

''t i rank with the publications of other Southern institutions, it must in this country, said that in South t

!, 1. be the ORIGINAL work of the Student Body as a whole rather Africa, prohibition had become arf Issue FootBall
than a very few. .. already. The drys there hope'for I
/ : Shoes Uniforms and Supplies : : ; P W,.
a new law allowing some formof ;.i( :
Boost the Pisketball Team! Show.the 'Gators that they local option, in another five l'
have the united 'confidence support of the Student Body. years.
Five years later, or in 1930, they Base Ball
Then they c n't help bring back the. bacon from DeLand this !
i hope to have ,
'prohibition ]
I Saturday. measures Gloves, Mitts, Shoes and Supplies, ,-
- t J enacted into law.The .
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I It has been suggested that the storing away of banjos, mandolins 1 1'I
i ukeleles, bugles, victrolas and band,instruments for a period Rackets, Balls and Supplies, :_f; I
1 of two weeks before Etfams and during same would enable quite 'I Jew

t a few residents of Thomas and Buckman Halls to pass up work Lyric ; BicyclesI'
1 which seem impossible under existing conditions. Strains of .
Repairing and Supplies. t(
;1 sweet (?) melodies may be heard at most any hour, day or night, .,. ..
and ordinarily isn't entirely objectionable._ But with the approaching FRIDAY .

1 I exams, many students are working with a single I B. LILIENBUM
_ thought in view, namely-of passing up their tickets. Have a Priscella DeanIn
l I little respect for the other man's rights and privileges, fellows. I i
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.FEDERAL VOCATIONAL.;, .CLUB. Student Associations of the Y. M. "The Virgin of Stamboul"A 1 i

CA. are organized in 764 colleges 1
; I 1 The ,Federal Vocational Club met and universities in the country. The $500,000 Production
Tuesday night for general l businessand \. W. C. A. has 750 college
the election of officers for'the;en. ortion ganizas 1020 most stupendous production You'Can Lead a Cork to Water but

suing year. The. officers elected:areas -
r You Cannot Make it Sink:
i t follow;;: Students at Baylor University, Don't fail to see it
i President-L. W. Jennings. Texas, cannot have a vote in th-
t Vice President-:-J. G. Smith. Student Government Association unless Don't let this suit value we are going to tell ..

-Treas-D.. J. Tucker. they pay a poll tax and have a you about float on your imagination on but let it
,Arms-W. N. Griffin. receipt to show.
j Sergeant-at The income thus derived .
Reporter C. Braddock.A is spent in booster activities I sink in your mind until you find out that seeing
special meeting is called for Fri- carried ORAH
\ on by the Student Associa- Absent
I'' Jm night- January 21, to discuss our tion. ORTON'S is believing. treatment wont get you one; for the Seminole.: All members N of these all wool Kisc ba in flannel suits i n
e I please turn out.. OVELTIES.ART .
University of Washington is either single or double bras ed style at$25Bainett
the first in the United'States to en- and GIFT SHOP .
Fire. women students are learning
: gage in an international debate. On Maker of Picture FramwOOOOOOOOOOOOOCXXXXDOCXXXXXX Sed
luto mechanics in the engineering January 21, they met the Universityof : )!
; I shops of the University!: of.Wisconsin British Columbia. Canada. The
F- 1 : University of Washington was included The Clothier
I It isn't the brawn of a plungingback
Child Study ,from the standpoint in the recent itinerary of the
that wins a football game; III'
I t\\ debate tea, from Princeton University .
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!' of the mother. is he subject, Qf\a which met seven different Pacific It isn't the brains of a quarter-back -
: course offered by the State 'College th .t carries a team to fame;
1 t coast institutions on the forensic ., I
: for Women The it isn't the forward charge of a
4 i of Texas. course
;; floor.. : wag-J line, or the favored luck of the Gods, BO BUSINB88 WITH .t
: ': consists of lectures, library readings The University Georgia is
it is the vim and the pep, the spirit
,\1 and psychological laboratory work, I ing a campaign for funds to erect an and FIGHT that wins against any THE FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK

.t. intended to fit the young woman to immense i *' ,athletic stadium. Why old odds. "T'ae New Million Dollar Bank" Resources Over $2,000,000

,1 1 be mistress of a home. and mother of,I' can't Florida wage a campaign of

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+ + canvas with a crash and the house -
thought the bout was over, but the 1 -
: IN THE REAIJfl OF SPORT : young challenger was game and came i ;

--- up at the count of trine, sad fell intoa
-ik th + (By Fran] Spain, Jr. + clinch. The house was yelling for.: =-
j .' .Pia .. ; v' + a knock-out and Benny tried to deliver ____ i
: $ e # 2- & + > # > > s> H> i ij it. He sent over another punch t
that floored Mitchell again for th' -
:" l' j Things have been moving rather i fling at promoting scraps. Tex I count of nine. When he came up this r!
: A Good Place to Eat rapidly in the fistic world since the I Rickard and all the other big pro-\time one eye was cut and almost useless I

passage of, the Walker Boxing Bill uoters having tried in vain to get the but he was game to the end arc! _
in New York State. This new bill f bony haired Benny Leonard in the began swapping punches with a ry

I) ... .......... ... .............. puts in the the Empire center of State.the pugilistic So far as world the j I i I ilng, remained And she for pulled a woman it off to pull just one-round champ who K.was O. trying There hard was' for not :w

1.! ....:... .T 1,1,!{ .;wry;: boxers and their managers are concerned i'e j I i ; a veteran. Miss Moran of New person in the house who would re
a better place could not have '(rk, inveigled Beimali out ,of his have been willing to bet that MitcheP
The Alachua Restaurant and launch Room been picked out in which to legalize 'n'r by the lure of 40,000 bucks forma would not last out the round, but '
fighting so that it would be developedinto 'I I : night's performance. Then then came the biggest surprise in re

4 FOR LADIES'AND GENTLEMEN, a big financial game. But so ,frrmtf Mitchell of JMflwauScee was cent ring history. Following closeon
'' far as the fans are concerned it j>eT>suaded that it was worth half that the heels of his second nap on thr
Half Block from Atlantic Com LIne Depot
means a boost in the j I
prices again.f,['mount to swap punches' with the canvas, when everyone thought he
P: *oa 507 v I Qtia Ttll ,Fk>rid The world seems to be fight-mad, and 1 i I'shtweight champion of the world. was practically out, (Benny included)
since the people want it, and the Ard so they were signed up, and Mitch hung a wallop on the side of
source of the supply, so to speak, is fare's an end of that part of it. ex- the champ's jaw that sent him into .
4 rather limited, a fighter nowadays renf the item that over and above the dreamland for the full count of nin
-v might be literally said, to be worth I '6000000 that went to the furnish- It was the first time since he bear; '
his weight In gold. The bigger the.!j '" sluggers, the more people go to see '.lance went to devastated France taken a count, but this time he cam
them perform and the more they pay I O? course nobody thought that an within one little second of losing hi
OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHER- for the privilege. Why the little bantams ;,pyneriP11.ed woman could null o*!' I title. When Benny came up beforr
MARABlElSTHE UNIVERSITY FLORIDA. and flyweights sneeze and snap 'l1vt1l nf! like that and get away wit I the fatal ten was tolled off by tr
i their fingers
; and refuse to budge one **. hat tho fact remains that after referee, his knees sagged fend Jiic
inch for a purse which would have ->,, bad nail off the scrapners in *nji black piercing eyes were glass
1 seemed a fabulous sum of money to. <*>,-, till 1 had the neat snm of $90.oonA For Mitchell it was the chance of W-
,.... the eyes of grand old John L. While end over the sea. (Tex has fist life-time, but he was too far gon
Jack Dempsey sits back among his "wHtPil a little sonc entitled "And T Himself from Benny's mxtrde'rou*

J.t ..... diamond studs and cooly asks for 'yarned About Women From H'pr.j .\" punches to follow up his advantac
WI1icksonvffleGO half a million for a few minutes per- j Riit to ft back to the scrap itself Leonard stalled the round out an*'
x 'ormance in the ring with Georges I r..ctjgon Snuare Garden was nacked ; thereafter was very crafty and war-
Carpentier. One of Jack's four ruless | .;/"rt iammpd with women In low mfTiiner I indeed of the blond haired youth in
"Never waste your energy-sell cowns. bTU hinR' elbows with I front of him, who was the aggresso
\ it. There is no doubt in th$ world 'v")tor "Ms. and men in evening in the next two rounds. After thAt

\ it that dear.he lives up to that rule, and sells lnthps *'ttmer next to their chauf-I I I Benny began to pound the senses on+
i"arc. Tt was' probablv the most l"Oi"o1itan !;- of his opponent. In the sixth fraro
". With the coming of these high "-' ,, crowd that ever witnessed Mitchell wet down a couple of timp
prices, however the ring lost someof I' ., fiRlit. also the most enthusiastic I for the count of nine and Benny wn-
Q olJtn'JjrollJt the old spirit that was so characteristic -. 'IIftel1 crawled through the cones. just starting a punch somewher.

4 : ,of the days of Sullivan, Fitz, rt. and was s PARTYr T' Corbett MacAuliffe, Jeffries, and all 1 'it tVe hons went wild as Bennv i have it's destination on the defers
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the rest who
1 went in to fight for the on oe7P1' throuch clad !I'n his CUII- i I less jaw of Mitch, when the refer1j
.. ', .. -L love of fighting,
and not for the monetary stepped between '
t-.qrv n4en tr iks. The cTiamn I them and sotmv!! -
#' gain. '. They all had the fighting '"Tit h his rmJdv skin rieTfine black the bout, declaring Leonard the w'n
_Fitted heart and not the "reaching hand. .., 1 '
.p s and jet hair slicked straias'" ner. Thus ended this fanous' e.w-
r .r..d They fought for the glory of being: 11 'k on his: head wa anita a enntra'n ... and the champ still remain tl I
the champ, the aspirants now fight the tow-headed vouner cha1tenvp", champ, but he now has a pnrn* -
W Do Our Own Lent Grinding M for the money the coveted crown from Milwa-. with W! clear: binrycs spoct for the young man whr' ..
would bring, and for the movies, and rosy cheeks and fair skin. hip to the canvas for the onl:? 'r
No y Delay the stage and the white lights. As the first *nn"'; c<*

w c < toed the scratch and 'suarrpd reer. May they meet again.: I
SonGifthesvflle. Women have dabbled in everything lghtly for a few seconds.! and then
.H. ao1es & in the world except the pnze-J: ng, no T'nnv Ipt a havmaker slin. It was I .

sooner.. ,had the vote than she took a TNT punch and landed fairly on .

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,, !: Some of the bloodiest battles that The rat is a very singular animal. ." ,I t

I. have ever been waged in the Unite He has two hind paws with which ha: Oh, it's great to; dwell in Thomas, THE MEN'S STORE

I' States were fought during ,the Indian runs to the mess hall and two fore- and'it's swell in Buckman too, .

; (> war in Florida. The Indians, who paws with which he manages to stow' If you're seeking peace and quiet,
inhabited the State when the white away the grub to be found there. Usually either one will do for you; 'P 4 Ratttj
; : I men came, were the Seminoles, the he has a white skin with a For the inmates all are docile, quite 10*
.f i descendants of whom still live in the darkish circle around his neck. He reserved in ev'ry way

t\r. Everglades of? South Florida.<
I Around Lake Tohopekaliga, in what fats into the night-in the mess hall ets, till at last they hit the hay. t Our tFpo-Date Stock of Gent's Furnishing
is now Osceola county, were built -where he lives, yells for mor 'Bull,' .
I some of the strongest of the Seminole ips and snorts, gives little time to You are wakened in the morning,- bya

j fortresses. When the white digest, breathe, cough or sneeze, and firm and friendly hand, f .

men attempted to capture these always has the appearance of being That procures a hold securely,, while
I I. I strongholds, they were opposed by nearly starved. This seems to be his you pick a place to land;

{i.. 1'1 Chief Osceola, whom every' student only home. He appears to be a very Then to start the day correctly, you
j. of Florida history remembers as having stupid beast, but at times shows proceed to, get a feed, -
r figured so importantly in the signs of extraordinary quickness and I. But it's 'leven after seven, and alas, iSIIOE7Ef'AND

4 early years of the English occupancyof f sagacity}--especially .when reaching there's now no need. I f COIPAN1
I. the territory. Although a "red- for 'more.' -In fact it is not known
'''' skin" Osceola is said to have been, a"prince whether he lives to eat or eats to Owing to the press of duties, which ,: SHINE PARLOR

t. among men." Strong, in live. It is very seldom that he speaks, ensue ,from morn till eve,
, I ,body and noble in mind, he was easily but by various nasal noises he asks You are left quite unattended, but for,

It a leader among his people. He I for what he cannot reach or cannotsee. this you should! not grieve; Get. Tampas and Louis EHades, f rn&tes

I ", was kind and merciful, telling his The pockets of his trousers are For when night has cast its shadows. 115 West Main Street Nerih-Pfem*m.
and the stars out above, .
I I warriors that war was made on men always bulging out with the surplus peep J. V. Blute Meat; Ram SI BisdccuaGaiaittfwk
You'll be satisfied fully, by their outward
I I and not'on women and children. food that sometimes is left at break- ;11cv4LSO' ..
j I I. In 1885. some years after thef fast, oranges, apples, etc. proofs of love.

f I State of Florida had beeen admittedto This is not, however, a. sign of more Just by way of being pleasant, a few
the'Union, the inhabitants of the than ordinary intelligence. Generally I
I ditties light and gay,'
; I lower part of Orange county petitioned speaking the Rat is very truthful and Are submitted for approval, in am
ihg legislature for the org perfectly and honest seldom
I square operatic (1)) way;
.: ization of a new county In exchanging places in line and never Next is heard a sound of conflict, a
I ; ;''. view of the fact that so many of the exchanging hats for they all have a black eye exchanged for bruise,
i H; ; battles of the Indian warp had taken well known character for which he .
But it's Just an old occurrence, 'tis
; : place within the boundaries of the has .
become endeared to them. It is the "battle of the shoes."
county, and that the name of Osceola i
i rumored that after the supper dish: *
1 I had played such a principal role in have been cleared away and the Hall If you seek to one" a little, with yiv Quality--Serriee"GAWBSVILLB'S I

: I the early history ,of that section of is empty, he stealthily steals in an<.i desire to pass that test,
the. State, it was decided that the visits his old haunts. The next dayit Chances are you'll be much-aided by

I I t. county should be named after him: is very easy to see that some such some toots and squeaks at best: FOREMOST SHOPPING CERTS?
"Osceola County, o( the Stale of animal has been around during the For altho there's not so many in **- .

f Florida.I night in spite of the watchful eagle! our music-making ranks,
t' i t ,* Kissimmee, named af er another eye of the wtell{known detectiveHAWKSHAW. Yet the night resounds with melody Featuring ,
Indian chieftain, was made the B. M. H. (1)) in front and on both flanks.

I "county. seat.-H. L. Edwards ., f Everything That a Gad Btyartaaa..... Store Sod
When the .
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Mickey what is
any more, the mat-
Tho your bunk' is lined with sand-
woman is a saint slightly damaged ter?" .
." spurs it's a cinch "nobody knows "
would define ;
a man as "A "My tailor bill got too high.
devil slightly After this you're free to slumber as
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It TRADE ,MApKI 5 I I train the? stalwart for a better I
I.I! game-- a Lot of Comfort in a Good Pipe

f : i I drive the brave into a better t We Have all Popu r I
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I J I !! MOST men' prefer the pipe to any other form of smoking. I figh. ;50, .75, and 1.00 I
I comfort, contentment, real satisfaction and My name is HARD LUCK-wrecker
economy m a good pipe.V D C'' of rare dreams
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1 briar bowl break in sweet and mellow. -Pick a good shape fray; I II open
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i your am shadow where the far light .
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I build the fighter for the final test, .I
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I 1 the White House Dining Room, may My name's comes.DEFEAT-but thru the LARGE v ASSORTMENT OP PENNANTS. FRESHMAN CAW
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I glgggggfiffiffifiHiX ; + + + + + + + titled to full membership in the In- a baseball team this year. Prior to,

'-.. + + ternational Society of Shimmy Shakers this decision requests had'come from
I + WHO'S WHO AT U. OF F. + Supreme.So many colleges for games. The reasons -
,-. I + (Apologies Hoskins. merits for the discontinuance this sea-
:. 4GIDDENS. .. .. to ) + far as Bill's football are
'. < + "M-TC" + concerned we shall make no revela- son were not stated.

I + ----- + tions; but in case the, reader wisheshis The University of Maryland's foot.
, + "BILLBIVINS + record in full our recommendation ball schedule for 1922 will includetwo
+ + would be that he communicatewith big games; University Geor
+ + + + + + + the officials entrusted with the gia and Nebraska University.

burden of selecting all-American ma- The Goodyear Rubber Company .
Bill Bivens,-a compound of 'Webster terial, since they are doubtless ac- has 'established an industrial university I '

the business of and Blackstone rolled into one, quainted with the details of his for its employes. .Courses '
Solicits College men, guaranteeingcorrect
possesses the unique distinction of prowess on the gridiron. Fact Is, ranging from grammar school to
styles, high grade quality and workmanship being the man who made the bull indeed, he is a great little oval chaser post-graduate college will be offered
famous. For three years, now, at our and his marvelous manifestations of and a special course in Americanization -
institution, he has been a most prom- magnificent manhood as displayed in will be given to the foreign

KNOX HATS,.STETSON ,HATS, ,t jjj inent and active exponent of all that the Ag-Lawyer semi-pugilistic en- born.
pertains to the concoction.! and dis- counter were such an aid to the legal t Ohio State University girls can
HANAN SHOES, '0' ,| r- rsation .OJ the "lirve" .{n wh i lights that the sometime hay- only have two dates a week and on ,

lawyers are universally conceded to I makers won these occasions must be in their ;

ROGER PEET, KUPPENHEIMER \\ be well versed. Bill's particular As the foregoing has 'possibly suggested rooms before. 12 p.. m..
I brand, however, defies classification, I Bill's favorite_ form of indoor

and SOCIETY BRAND_CLOTHES. 1 as it ranges all the way from the sport consists in wrecking or promoting Having .made. an average of 100 .

common, every-day practical output,1 the cause of the King's En- I pe.r cent in all of our studies we Kaye" .....
*:x> the heights of oratorical triumph3 glish either of which he can per- nothing to fear from semester exams
HENRY GIDDENS CLOTHING CO. of the "extravaganze" type. form with the utmost ease and non- and can therefore: "go snjpe huthtirig ,'. .
. His system of exportationinasmuch chalance, under any conditions of on the Nile during that.weak.-, DidWe .
... I as that term ,can be applied to weather, prohibition or j politics. Ac- say 100,,per cent? We beg pardon -
Giddens Building The Clothing Co. !Ii
the art of exercising the verbal ma cording to all the laws of nature, and ,-a minus 54'per cent should have .
Franklin at Lafayette Phone 2276! "
Tampa Florida chinery-is one of such stirring and the rules of dead reckoning, he is followed that. 'Oh wellr; what is.! a .. '
far-reaching effects that his influence slated to depart from our midst I matter of 54 Points. we, can still po ':..
t has gone out even to the uttermost sometime during the balmy, month of I on.o. r. hunt with' but. slight detri.tment ',. j
\ ; bounds of the campus. The June; so. as the time is not immeas- to our marKS. All wishing to
I Law College and chapel are the prin- urably distant, it may be deemed appropriate \ join us n*'our extended tour should l : 0; I II

U 'ipal scenes of his outbursts of eloquence -. to make a prediction as to I enter their. applications( at the southeast -. ...1.
it. ; but when the urgencies of a his post-graduate possibilities: It is window' of "the northwest offl"$
rH BfifiggfSggfiiHgfilJ \ situation so demand his impromptu\ this: That whersoever he goeth; or of the T;1;., & J, not later than sunrise

renditions derived from his reserve whatsoever he doeth, he will measure on the night .of January 33.-1921. .
t stocks, which are indeed most copious up fully to the standards of the
1 can, take on all the notable aspects position which he has very creditablyheld "Rats" hair is no longer at the '
of a formal delivery. Even tho here, that of Grand pigh Potentate nremium'that- it was 'a month.agq.. ;-1
I''f there are at times only a half dozenor of the Royal Order of Bull Painful perseverance with olive:oil. ", t. : -

so-this happens very seldom Slingers. elbow ,grease, and various and sundry

and then usually in the privacy of his tonics have worked' wonders.wi ,the .
-P zde t&if o6 ie< n suite in Buckman Palace, when it is "COLLEGE SIDELIGHTS" feeder shoots of cranial vegetation .
impossible for a greater number to J. H. K. once so prevalent about* the campus.

be present-within the sound of his How wonderful are thy works Qb

The Smile Foows 'the Spoon weighty utterances. he does not allow The University of South Carolinahas Herpicjde!, :

his sense of valuation'relative to accepted a challenge fromHar-_ ..
It was noticable during the reeitcold 4-
the worth of his vocal productions to vard University for a debate which .
snap that. comfortable
1 overcome his sense of benefaction so will be held in Columbia, S. C., about. steam-heated apartments did not ive' .,

.. '.... ... .proceeds to bring forth the best he the middle of April forth their'usual should '
has to offer that they may heed and Boston College has been namedas warmtb.e :1
hate to think that it could 1 have been .;
profit thereby.Bill the eastern collegiate football I
due lack
tQ interest .ip our well .
gfiKgfiffliiRiBBH Y ,has served his Alma Mater i iI in champions for 1920. This selectionwas being and therefore .will(ascribe our: J
thru which much made by the Veteran Athletesof !
many capacities, discomfort
IS I to a broken gas pipe or '1
honor and glory have been justly Philadelphia, an organization that
: a short ,circuit in the .i
electrical! appa>>
THE NEW YORK RACKETAgent heaped upon him. As one of the cottars has undertaken 'to name annually ratus. .

ForFlorsheim !R in our foghorn chorus, or to be the eastern collegiate football cham- .' .. .
less clear, a Most Exalted Ground pions. Those who are intending to' take a +
I. Shoes. I I 1 Master of the Rah Rah Sound Slinging Students of Colorado Agricultural course in oratory from Dr Chapman' i....
,5 i Society, he has done wonders, ni College have pledged 'approximately and have-not already arranged their "'

!t"i ;i good deal in fact, toward making our $1,000 for the relief of .European hours shoulddo, so ;t once as men# .

J fiafflfiagrcjJBSfifiggfgfi |t piksktn battles a trenien from a standpoint of vocalized Tulane University will 11 ot have Office 25' Peabody Hall. :0 ..

7 outpouring of noise and nonsense at .

iR any rate. In our:" pink pajama parade I.... .... ..... ... ... ..'...C.. .....; '1
however he showed up at his I. ti '
best; but' let me hasten to remark, : .
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reader, that in so saying his personal 7 ; > :
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"STATIONERY"We performances, and not his apPearance calls- I ej ?']
constitute the reason .
this statement.' He was indeed '
forth .
if RefreehmeD* : .
Have It 4. most thrillingly fascinating as ,Z arlor. .. :

s he tripped daintily along the broad .
: ', i.. t _T Complete Line of Fraternity Stationery. '7 'It.: ,
thoroughfares of our fair city, garbed ,. .
Plain Colored Florida ea Fraternity : i in raiment that should never be .
Candies andTobaccoes of allKinds .
viewed inhabited outside the realmsof i : .;t: : .
e: Ask to see our LINES : : :,
the bedroom. In addition, to supplement :: .

MILLERSssasjasRXffisi the effects of his regular Courtesy. Service and Strictly Sanitaiy "' ,It .:.1
antics, he seized the periods of pausein \i
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bits of byplay in the! .: .' 'tH..I.
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,form the most of that rippling wiggly-woggly varietY4 giving stuff am oi:: .111.,-I-ir:.; 'r4. .; .! ..- -..'oj ...llL".jt:.... ..: Yj.f... I

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.' z FIRST COLLEGE GAME Support of Student BodyContinued I
t : The Flint Chemical H B. ML
Continued from page 1 ( from Pare One). its regular semi-monthly meetinglast TENjf(
(Continued Croaa Pare Qnel I Wednesday evening i in

f' : I with' plenty of agZreuireneu.t played from beginning- to end and the would be interesting reading. However Room 2, Science HalL The meetingwas 0 ," Gainesville
I conditions are getting better order at 7 o'clock by ,
f i Glandufc poor the tome towus of Arts and Science team had a closer to called to

t the t atc&bers. ot the 'Gator squad one game than the score might lead one now, and men are volunteering I M. Matlack, temporary chairman.
out in these matters. Everyone meeting of the 1]
the first Florida
i: cat;, lit help ootidcr that the icdoezcMiri : to suppose Almost a complete new those This being s
,, ias much to do with tie player lineup was used by both teams and cannot' be on .the staff-but new year the entire session was given ,
: I Jtfksaville has sent Madison, JrIo"SI *. it speaks well for the individual colleges who really put out some work havea lover'110 the consideration of the Con- : t
I for have of good chance to get on for the sec- stitution and the election of officers.: 8 H O E
!' I Sit 11 and Hltchrack; Miami, Ward, i they plenty ma- i
t! Caten t!( and Jeremiaasen Tampa, ;:terial to call upon in shaping their ond semester. the real of Then Constitution and ByLawswere .
,I :, Greta. AH other players have had (:teams. Judging from the game played Getting down to point read, and adopted as drawn up -- 1-

t. {fra/r t traiainr out of. Ute State except i the other colleges will have to this article, the Alligator that 'Staff there by the committee on Constitution and See Vidal Drug C.
wishes to announce
j I. I Gray. r play some basketball ti win the ByLaws.The .
i F, i Manager Madison has arranged a I championship. The score was 15 .to Sin will be several vacancies .for Constitution having been Per Drags, Stationary, T

,. very goW ed11teIt includes ten favor of Arts! and Science. thesecond semester and that these adopted, the body proceeded with the ArticJea, Casgg

JI I gasiea exclusive of the S. I. A. A. II These games will certainly develop places will be awarded on a competitive election of officers. The following Sort nlr Card t
is For ,
basis. The plaa Wet
r tourttaarent. This. tournament will (some good players and in another ,officers were elected:
t fe held fti AUaaU, Feh. 25, 26, 28 and year Florida will have a basketball the next two issues every one will President-D. E. Williams.

I March 1. ft will decide tke S. 1. A. 'team which should lead the Univers- contribute all of the material possi- Vice President-W, J. Dyer. &ANlTARY ,

I A, ksktthatt chaaptoship.4an 'ities in the South. One good thing ble with their names signed to each. Sec.-Treas.--H. S. Massey. B
Then the Staff will select from those
t 2Stetsnn University, at 'which was apparent in the games Reporter-J. A. Begg. SHOPIB
', 1 ?wcL, played was the absence of rough tactics who have turned in the most and the The charter members are: Begg, *'
best work. The material
I. Pek Si Savannah Y. M. C. A. fit and play. Basket ball is not sup Blake, Cason, Crago, Davis, N. B. IB the Graham Hotel
; f ; I s..annb.I' posed to be a knockdown, carry out,. wanted are news items, jokes, locals,; Dyer, Knight, Leonard, Massey

I Pelb, .-North Carolina State at game. but a game of skill and wits or other similar material. Everyoneis f f Matlack, O'Bryant, Paschal, Sample, 1

; Ratrirh, N. C. fPeh. and superior team play, and if lire' invited to try out.Truman I Saunders, Schwartz, Schabinger, E. EVERYTHING t

Sv Trinity College, at Durham f balance of the games played show Green, Asst. Man. Editor.A ; M.\ ,' Thomas, Williams, D. E. ELECTSJOS. 1

N, C. the same grade of play the games Any student in the Chemical Department -

PA. *.-V..M. IA,at tfcrfineton, Va. will have done more than merely the MAN'S WORLD is eligible to membership J. SEYKOR c

Pek 1-0,-DtVidson Coftrgv, at Da- winning of the Campus champion- i,in this society. Those who are Interested 1
"Where, asked a female suffrage
vfd&so, N. C.p11.Wafford. ship.
in Chemistry, but are not
orator, "would man be today if it Phew 117 Galnetrflle ;
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College at Spar. Standing of Teams. connected with the Chemical Department
; tjiblrarj, & C. Won Lost Pet. were. not for women? are cordially invited to attend I,

'' Pfek. 12. Furman University at Agriculture _____._._.__.._1 0 1000 Pausing a moment she looked all meetings. ., 'W. MeCOLLUM & CO .

\ i Greenville & C. Arts and Science .._y-.._---1 ,0 1000 around the hall. Chem. Sharks! The next meetingis DRUGGISTS ,

I t t Feb H.-:-Ifacom Y. Id. C. A. at Law _._.._._...__..._._........0 0 1000 j 1 "I repeat' she said: "Where would to be'-held' Wednesday Jan. 26. The Rex aD Store ,

:Karen Ca.Fe Teachers __...____._...........0 1 000') 1- man be "today. if it had not been for Let's turn out to the meetings and Agents for

," > 25-4jar. 1.*--S. I. A. A. Tournament Engineers .'---...__.._.__...0' 1 0000 woman A voice? from the have a real live Chemical society.J. i .I Sfctta and Norris' C.

at ,Atlabta Ga. The games played next week, gaUeryUHt"dbe A. BEGG, Reporter. Gainesville f
Thursday, January 20, at Gymnasium Garden of Eden. eating -
I 'flctozTS POll DEBATING TEAM; beginning at 7:30,p m. promptly, strawberries. POLK COUNTY CLUB. FLORIDA BARBERFor "
are: between the Teachers and En-
I gineers for first game and Agriculture Autumn moon was beaming On the evening of Wednesday, Jan- Students and Ott rr!
softly through
and Law for second. No admission leafy arbor where uary 12, the Polk County club held Shaves 20c.
Tryouts for the Agricultural Club is charged and everyone Is they sat-he and she. He kissed her.: its first regular Hairru
monthly meeting for
t 1'ekaq Tram will be held Monday cordially invited to attend. She promptly slapped him. thenew West Side Square ,.'
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\ '1 j t nigfet' January 24. This is to decide "Oh. forgive me," h> cried: "It the discussion year. business was; _. .
of a Constitution and
tto is to represent the Ag. Club was the moonshine that did
1 ip Among the new min on the Campus it. I
for the
club which is befog
I 'fhe yg&te with( tie Teachers College a.tbe. present time is Otis Green, would never have, done it if I had I W.S.DORSE\: :I} :
admirably developed by Messrs.
been Gor- Everything in Grocer
; February 15 who has myself. ::*
recently transferred
; i I The inbject itl "fcesolv. d, Thit, ,the University of Cincinnati. Green from: Just then she slapped'.him again don Mathews.Huie, Goethe Howard, and E. L. For Goodness Sake DratDORSEY'S
i j Perhaps the A program committee for DELIGHT ,'OPF t
t the Sm
I h-Towner Kill should be is a track man. and it is expected night air was intoxicating the next
*adopted/ The Af- .Chik has the af- :that he will show up well this year I -perhaps... the president meeting, was appointed by t eJ.S.BODIFOR.
consisting of Mr. J.
I "firnnttiv aid ef the
; question. the athletic field. -
I on H. Huie
and Mr.
I F'c.. Charbonneauand I C
< i Mesrtbttg deslrvus of trying' out She-What causes the flight of all members
I j i d4t1bi hand their names to L. P.r .II "What a happy world this wouldbe time? ,to are looking forward
a good time. Next
'I I. 1 WiDblls9 W. G. Wells. 1 1I everybody were cheerful." spur He-of Probably the moment.RIll it is. urged on by the be held at 7 p. m., on the meeting second Wednesday will- & COMPM!

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OR G01 At. ILL GIBIC A GB EATER FLORIDA" Vol. IX. UNIVERSITY OFP FL UlGVRSBY OF FLORIDA BASKETBALL TEAM TO BE OFF SOON ON LONG IDUR H IN B SAANAH EBND LX -TENDING INTO VIRGINIA WILL END IN MACON ON FEBRUARY ThB 14TH-. (By Prctassr E. C. Beck). Basket ball is becoming a popular sort at the University as evidenced 5v the rrowd at the Florida-Stetson gr e nd by the interest shown in ''rter-olleg7 contests. It sa -her new athletic activity for the tatorE; but it has brought ot a wealth of material that Mt is 'o predict that Coach Kline will e the 'Gators team to be feared many SeASOnS pass. Th Kline has an enviable record 4et-balI coach. His Nebraska -m'eani was touted one of the he West. That quintet wa antly fromn the teams in the ini Valley and the Big Ten Conn's He developed the five-man rae. a game that is played exvolv in collegiate circle -t Florida the five-man deid work well, but for one This system dunands its *f It. The ator for-1 riards are fast cnmgi' -ive enough. The coat a unearthed a center to -h 'hese men. The 'Gatorn' ng enough, but they lack n ins or agility. .nsen of Miami has coie into fitting thet place. But eks stamina, .t seems, for he noticeably after tea minutes S. as te ie, but he does not p;ass ox cover the floor fast enough for the other four* Htuck is weak on the floor. A'! three of these men are to be commended for their spirit. Still center seems to be Florida's weak spot, and Kline may yet have to work some smaller, faster man at that position. Bill Madison is .very bit as good 5 YOU have heard he i8, both on the floor and at shooting the baskets. Madison's long .hots are sensational and his passing Is first class. He is a seasoned player, a man of value to SWy team. Moss, his teammate, \haM I been below par because of injuries. I He im accurate, a good passer, and! away5 dangerous. He and Madison I work smoothly together. Truman Green has both speed r td aggressiveness. It is .almost unfair to call this Tampa boy a substihite., Bill Ward. a regular forward, has I been playing guard. Ward L, fast-1 handles himself well, and shoots accurately. In fact, to the fan. Ward AGSANDA.&S. WIN IN fiR-T COLLEGE GAME I NT ER-MURAL BMeKETBAL'. BRINGS OUT GOOD MlATERIA' AND MUCH INTER~DT IS DISPLAYED IN THURFZ AY NIflh!i GAMES. The first series Inter-Mural League ship of Campus wvs of gxuiee in th It champim-n played Thursi: evening January 13. aD' both garme were full of interest,. The first game betwe. the Tench-ers and Agriculture barns while, rather one-sided, was Nud of interest. Driggers easily was thw star for tl'x team, while Hait was te mainstay of Teachers. Both teams ebowel spurts of team work, but the pa.s ig was rugged and not fast, as it. is hoped it will be when the teams have had more time to practice and have had several practices playing together. The score of the first game was 45 to 8 in favor of Agricurture,. The second game was fast and hard Continued on page 8 FARR LITERAR SOCIETY HOLDS TERM ELECTION SOCIETY ONLY NEEDS TO WIN DEBATING CUP THIS YEAR TO HAVE PERMANENT POSSWION OF IT. The society held the semi-annual election of officers at last mneetm.i The officers for the new semester are as follows: President--George Stanly. Vice President-J. H. Wells. Sec.-Treas.--T. S. Ferguson. Reporter-W. R. King. Member Inter-Society: I Debating Council-Maurice Steit. Critic-Harold Klock. | Sgt.-at--Arnas-V. M. Bradshaw. The coming semester will be on's of the liveliest that the society ha, ever known. The debating scheduk is full, In addition to furniishing it usual quota of debates for the intercolleziate debate the society is called upon to defend the faculty cup for the last tim With a third successive ORIDA, GAINESVILLE, FRID \Y, JANUARY 21, 1921 PLAN TO RAISE MONEY TO AID OUR TRACK MU I *RIANGEMENTS Al t tnIPLE'IEI) FOil 'TION DANCE IN TH FO. BRIDGE TOWN. E P' H14 .Btit GYM A~ ARTYk It has hten suggested 1o 14. At xi so,,. who has volunteered to help i he matter of dev eloping a real t A &ran, hexi this veal. tha?he, wu hasst~a,. of tlht Stuul.nt B< I pton a subscrrptiin lanae in i i inaiukx 10' the p.u jpoof r i rig tlicv vi ,end a team north h .yWa The pIan is to center into a ngular meet with h rgmn a MUit Institute and Washxngrtc> and 4 University to be heldinm Leximg Virginia. It hias also been sugger Ihat the wI' C of the Professors ;. SBridge Pa, ty do wt town for same purpose Several of the lv n m rer hants have offe ced valui. prizes, and it. i> hoped that the p w i work out. How abmut it?' the Student Rudy bebhmd t he Lieuri. ant in bis efttori1 to 1put the U nivur, ity of Florida on the nap in a letics?. Lets see thie thing throu r POING TO AID TIWVMC A IlL THE STI)ENT UNIYERSlT'U SHARE. HOllY (F T'IFM TO BE (IE I 7 (;elP I -t> E. A. ('Iayton-The Young Meni "hrstian A. elation has ur.deruaken the orgar .tntn of the stitlent hody of the t -sity into groups fir systen ts flihk study Orteanization .9 tli various rtomning and fratern thouses, a' wvelI as the seetior s o Th'n,'s and Bekman Halls is. w/1l under win" The plan need, your a satan-e. What art y o doing t help .t ? Why ? I1 v'u know miotto of thbe Yrunr Men's Christ.' Anoeiation? "The Yourg Mt-n's Christian A, ciation seekto unite those yt LII mien who. 'qird'ne Iesus Chri-t their (Goii awl Sn. u. aecordin z the Holy Script r idstre to be I Isciplemn then Lwetrne an I their life and '> o-m ate the,, forts for the extension 4f His K' dom amongs oung 'wr Ithi! not in telpnt mutt p STUDENT SEVERAL VACANCIES SONNEL WILL BE FI OPEN COMPETITION BISY AND WRITE No. 15 MILITARY DEPARTMFNT HAS BECOME ONE OF BFST R. 0. T C. IN THE SOW AWLGATOR STAFF IINOINE'%E\ISl-DTA' IN PER[LED BY ---GE T The Alligator Staff wishes to call 'he attention 0f the Student Body to several very important matters that vitally affect the publication of 'he weekly paper. It needs no toted journalist of high tone critic to tell that the Alligator has not be' n cation as a College Iim purtance should has self den Un> a g own hay w or Thi w or If tried to put ou --without any su tBody--and the atisfattory. No ood Alligator by tBody must give 0 k k ni as good a puliof this sIze and have. The Stat ta paper by itpport of the Sturesult has been staff can put out itself. The Stnits support to its publication. Several students volunteered to help and their has beew greatly appreciated. part that they have had in the has been simply the gathering ews items of note around the 'ampus and turning them in. As vas said some time back in Chapel, he Alligator should change its name ii the Exchange. as this would he nore fitting as a title. Why has the statf had to use so many chppncs from other papers. New York 1oVeC should c-,ltain interesting College 'iews. The answer is very siIe: Recauise the Student Body has not beeni active in turning in jokes, new' itemof note and other matter that Continued on page a TO GIANTS AT SAN A N TONIO FOOIER INI IDA STAR (i-IRED BY AN!) WILl. SPRING TR VEBSITi OF FO .RHAS BEEN RE'NEW YORK Cl UB REPORT.FOR 'HE AINING. New York, Jan. *1 -Lance R-hFourg, the Univtrsity of Flo ida first baseman who reported to the Giants in 1919 and the n w as released without a strng attached, has ,een reacquired by the New York DRE PA DRING 'iE WA WILL BE ENTITLED TO VICTORY MEDALS. The NIli University real thing months. W amand a Ward mw of the ft. I Durimgt tary Department of the of Florida has become a here in the p2ast few ith th0 addition of a CapFirst l.,eutenant. Maja ha. one of the best i. I. T (' in the eouurr heweek there have he ,everal important Sfnnounet'nf made by the War Department ir gard to this works Orse of the+ most of these is the news that nmemibers of the I. 0. T. C. who .0mrp Icted the ir lietessar v wvil1 be itt 'cei cc nfl i' reserve corps of he thos. graduates who at ept commissionsns will receive thr 'heir diplomas upon raduaru serve Corps Commissions wlI he offered to all mien who Ia missions during the war I being done thb, year only. The work in the machine g'n automatic rnp tectinn is si Ii e on and one of tht arge dut Sgt. Tira ''ne Sa] Wa 'p Ia. at the Arn~o, y ever' dresday and Hurnily is ctiee every a is invited to; pre in inary Work begins Id announces in the machine Friday afleorn also holding GAI ,fternoon and e' go out and -et practice bvfort on the range. S that all who qtgun and auto ritie work WI!! only have to nd-ry &'ienme. This work al o hi the standmItg of t he d "rant 'V Although there has b1. no mite a,,iowneen'enlt a yvt from th~ report of the War Depar'Ament Sunimnr Camp may be held ar "Th lcaio o te Infantr C fcr tie Fourth Corps Area w~ I ably hi at Fort Oglethorpe. Ce 'hbut 'they sites are row br n' sidere l All n enters of the S. A. T. C actually drew pay during their *rtitked to Victory Medals. Tinouncemnent will be welctime sjime who were in doubt as tP ruling in regard to the mattAt a meeting (If thp La (>1 legeAssociation a (Yr. was appointed to look after t fairs -F the Reserve Ofticero TI' !ing corps and to handle the affathe Association in general. TN "FOR 4II V ii ASKS SUPPORT OF b sf7 I, I #1; If r24! .4 'I 4 I I I I I 3 1 42 y ~


Farmer:-"See here, yuun feller. what are you doing up in that tree?" Stude--"One of your pears fell down and I'm trying to put it back'" -Widow. Young lady (who had just been operated on for appendicitis): "Oh, dottor! Do you think the scar will show?" Doctor: "It ought not to.", "So she didn't accept you when you proposed ?"' "She sure did." "But you said she threw you down." "She did, and held me there till I gove her the ring"-Chaparra! THINGS AIN'T WHAT THEY SEEM. Yin go a-walking d And Trail a nifty Sht trvt~ a pair of own tI jane, high s; he street pool heels Y OU double time and hurry *:; Y ou plot a clever scheme. But as she turns and looks around-Then things ain't what they seem -Froth. Ed. "How did he manage to sell hat oI'I. haunted house?"' I -ed: "He started a rumm, that there were spirits 'i the elr Pdtt Panthe,. Tn~nn ATLLiGAT1ORl fB FIriAr nia-. A RIQUE AKE.OKEECHOBEE GAINS A RSQU RAE.PROMINENCE ABROAD) Students' 'Twas on a summer hayride, As we rolled about the land. That I softly called her sweetheart, And held her little--rainCoat. As I held her little raincoat, We were going quite a pace, I nestled close beside her And moved closer to her--umbrellaClaser to her umbrella, As she murmured little sighs, Tfhe mellow moonlight batted us -And I peeped "to her-basket. AI peeped into her basket. The merry little miss, laughed in chaste confusion. .AI boldly stole a--sandwich-. -The Lyre. Hon. L. W. Jennints rE. tE. Pluribuis Onion, has retundt h U. of F. to resume his responsible position as President of the Okeechobee county club. Mr. Jennings ia prominent resident of this city, and is known throughout the length and breadth of Cowpen Alley for his oratorical ability. And although be has tied his "bull" with us for the season, we understand that the product is being freely distributed by him in the College of Law at the U. of F. The entire metropolis, 15 in number, are eagerly awaiting the outcome of his endeavors, but do not hesitate to say that they feel sure in the near future he will be the Lord High Justice of the U. S. Supreme Court. -Okechobes Weely Whrexe. RAT AMUSEMENTh I went down town the other Sunday night to hear a noted speaker; also a noted fighter, but not exactly a pugilist. He is Colonel Dan Morgan Smith, commander of the "Battalion of Death" in the World War. When I stepped inside the Presbyterian church, the first seat I bumped into contained a couple of good looking chickens. I was so mystified. I stood there contemplating whether to '-it down or move on-hating to pufl right away. I was about to give up ind drop.--when suddenly the cock

-1--t .4 ---p p p e~ MAN. t&-SC of I.' 4 few days ago an assignment wa made to a reporter who promised hav-e in the article otime. in the "make-up" of the pa served [article for it. did not. toappear page. H!le failed. -Napoleon' Waterloo w the incompe 'whom mn anr high comma 'maneuvers Iosity of Ney the defeat. m them. Iyesterda friend to rp 'him, The necessitate & nche. The A Senate lState pro I a The p1 ge was The time camne. A weak article emphasized All depended S or the fi on the repor chance of utterly tence of evil de stroked the two mard hour he selected tnds. The feeble of Grouchy, the and fti' his failure. The man on whom one can depend the man who has come to see life from a broader standpoi the man who rules the wheels of commerce,. the Lnt. He is world. The progress of the industries, the success of govern mient of the people, the navigation of ; the seas, the liberty of peoples---d! depend on th; dependable man.The dependable bilities always It are great, man's refSpo3his tasks are not right, but at the end, though may appear paradoxical, no one realizes more fully than t~e t rbleman that his path depern!.Sa path of roses. Imfl y, were no small factor The Emperor depen They y a failed. friend promised erform a failure of the f considerable friend failed. 0r from mised Support the the League. h's President certain task f r S.From that ever-flowing tl: fountain information. the Freshman, it learned was during the past week that "Zulu" may be anything from a hunit of cheese to the beaded of the ineonv ', ia neigh'o co,,stituenc, ii his fight The Senator ers depended on him. s.upl Hie failed One of the greatest tributes ca pe or th n be paid a ndable" man is the "He's I au dation of his friends his acquaintances. Few boys in ey are tribute rm it such. (ollege beinw judged know -V t by of eharacter--Af The cause of dependable to think. man not being suit of failure would be punctual if the inconvenience to this we :. ,va bo2 r is the eThe fr E he though oj which he s The boy wva! his friend i' -e aboriginal. six or eight i family i al It may legs. amulet female Ai have two. It may of that desirable pet, the finitesmal tions. thou ght, centiped,. number be little trwpand have an Inof legular elonga-| Or. and here is it may in shape ture resemble very closely the happy and strucOur well-. known toilet article, the soap and be devoid of whatsoever, for aniy box.| attachments its pedal extrenities and peculiar "It." Inter-collegiate basketball occupies' the limelight in the local university: world at the present time and ing from day evening, the performance the contests jndglast Tursare all goThe Park Anderson and Leonard X son were weekin Ocala It is rumored there art .eral good looking ciiiity. in that Through a sery regrettaik take last week, due credit Wa given to Dr. Bristol the University Ideal. Wishes to thank Dr. splendid giZe m for h's '-i The Bristol contribution and to afor the oversight his not receiving which resu credit f ,r su Ve must sympathize with and fer the Feabodites our cnoe Also our admiration, for they at 1 have the spirit if not the athit-tic ity. Some day when a one man test is held between is going Peabody the collegs, to Win. 3 1 I a; I 4, IW d C .1 4~ -t B C I as


I G. Ford --.---. t Hall,.-.-F. 0. Spain, Jr-.-.--8portng Koskins, Murray Cohen, liar-old Knight-.-.-.--.--. BUSINESS V Friedlander Stein -. MECHANICAL 3. 0. Smlth ..-second cl~aM lat Gainesville, Pt., under the flat. all coamuaiaations and news Peabody Assistant Editors .. KLock, X.-. c -. --.Sooity EJito, DEPARTMENT Anst. Business Manager lIE'PARTHENT .For emau .------.Compostto, ..-Preesmas -e p. .--. --b -87 1 -. Act .t March 3d. 1319. | items in boxes designatd for that and Language Halls Florida Alligator, $1 -the year. Student flo I' that !at'F\ in the SIfl'V detveIOped that anihad been corpid Io an instan' that unvn the for the Aihirat' lit &rIt Iu O ar.or-na. thes vinman ion, 'er CF plItat(ions S ieniti 0 u 4h ill ( e at nod t a' the the I thiit It 12 !n't ''V rtlts into dseue wer!> ((N e 'I ('(I nect Iifn, in he ttitlie If tuPrh diit fy on the i rcsled Ill Ioa N aI stlrtg, number i. mIo 'i \liivator it IthI r (a? uI F~ ,. ', ,,' a to J s ,l-tleat On >LY 1''e U teel it 'n; t have been where' place'I it ha<1 in no sense oririt We do not believe I misrepresentation h, copyTh 3fn( we have NtntI( hA I shown ne(Pszaryv to he pubication towxards thdj to aution f rom ringt which h a law -wit. And in our contiibuti (I f lhotr~iutors has rested unon carlvinlg hce have totind a v v (OUrse Aflithis. 01)2 Th somt I s aind it impossible to (OPY .Lackmin f flL rIAJZLUJC s-wa.'.,. S ~ ---------.nanSStS kind a suffix for money to Lcient number ol the e meI least said in re.2 "I hope the y. Prohibition w country, and for the world. >t Cape Town, i, the nid a rmg the faca s. of prohibition that in South Become an isys there hope ing some form ther five years. in 1930, they tin measures trio4 seats to accommodate dent body? Spttakmnd of 'enot aquath. hard luck! -A ademy -wamn the 22II meet at a yug Plebe n -2 seco .an the imtcr-(tlit gate r. w1 ea,-urmfl the pool I Zhjt It wasa -,andard,. a ilnht Sthe it scant Thu wonder! stand ofiially. rat-e, Eddie' Wd comeIW -e l'itt has tei s

I, '9 4 9 9 S+ + + ***+.** ** IN (By Franl spain, Jr. Things rapidly in Ipassage mn New have been moving the fistic world since of the Walker York State. p uts the center nhe mpre State V. trv Boxing This new rather fling the Bill bill ofthe pugilistic wrld So aa th and their managers are conm-i dr a better eKn picked place could not havy out in which to legalhze ighting ~o that it would be developed lit' a big financial game. a, as the fans But sol are concerned it a boost in the prices again. Ehe world seems to be smlfee the people want suree of the supply, rw her limited, Dn !ht be literally weight tiggers, fight-mad, and it. and the so to speak. a fighter nowadays said, to be wort i in gold. the The bigger t. more people go to set thn perform and the more thsv pas fm i the privilege. Why the little bantaand dyweight. s?'eeze and snap their fingers and refuse to budge on inch for a purse which seemed the eyes would have a fabulous sum of money t" of grand Jack Dempsey While sits back among hi' 'tick ard at promoting scraps. and all the other big w iters having tried ,bony haired Benny irg. it remained for F trick Ad she a veteran. -A, inveigled by h the lure Sune night's Mitchell -~ In vainl to get tne Leonard in the pulled it of just as Moran of New Bennab out of of 40.000 bucks performance. his for The, of iMilwadkcee was' p'esuaded that it was worth half that amount to htweight swap punehe9 with champion \, dl so they were I. I A-re' ~ of the signed an end of that part m' the item the world. up,. al it and that over and above thp flf OOA 00 that went +o tte furnish--of the little entertainment the 1Dance went to devastated rrarcr no,,nrae nobody thought -.'nriprned wonman could r.*biyea that lflke that and tet awsv witb I h ut the fact remii 11?d ,a ad off the set S.c lIn1 bad the neat s, S-end over the sea a ?ittl eone en 'e that attei refer anners in '" Iblac umof90 nn 0 For (To has biqt+ lifefritled "And him From Rar V" nunn jaw. canvas with He went a crash down to thand the honthought the bout was over,. young chairenger was up at the count ot tune,. a clinch. The house was but tU game and eanr awd fell yelling it f r knock-out and Benny tried to dt liver it. He sent over another put that floored count Mitchell again for of nine. When he came up if Time one eye was cut and almost u less, but he was game to the end a bezan swapping champ wo was one-round K punches wtb trying ha rd for 0. There wa ~ person in the house who wold have been willing to bet that Mitch1 would not then cent last out the round. came the biggest surprise in re ring history. clo,( the heels of his second nap on th. canvas, when everyone thought he 'was practically .Mitch hung out, (Benny included' a wallop on the side of the champ'5jaw that sent him dreamland It was the for the full count of nml first time since he he the champ that taken within tite. Leonard a court, but this one little second of has e'time hpe arloshng IWhen Benny came up befor the fatal ten was tolled wee of! by ti his ]vnees saggred and It' k piercing eyes M i tehell time,. self were as it was the change of but he was too +4*4 *4 *4+*4+ +4 4 9 +4 +4 r 1~ p p It ii I: It I I I + e o e o e o e + e + e e a e e e a e e e e ;. Tex pro, far ent


bloodest battles that waged in the Unit. I States were fought during the Indian war, i'i Florida. The Indians. who inhabited the State when the white men tame, were the Seminokes, th. descendants of whom still live in th. Everglades 'A South Florida. Around Lake Tohopekalies. in what is now Osceola some of the str. nole fortresses. men attemptedl strongholds, the: Chief Osceofa, y of Florida history' ing figured so i early years of th of the territory. skin" Osceola is "prince' among body and noble h ly a leader amo, was kind and m warriors that wa, ind not On wonel In I885. s'~nee State of Florida to the Union. the county. were ngest of the When the to capture built Semiwhite these were opposed bv horn every student remembers aha'~ importantly in the English occupancy Although a "eaid to have bsen a mert." Strong in n mind, he was nig his people. erciful, telling rwas made on nand children year after had been admi inhabitants of hower part of Orange titioned the legislature $tization of a new view of the fact that so county for the county,. many of He men the tted the peorIn t he battle-, of the Indian wars had taken place within the boundaries of ihN ounty, and that the name of Osceobi had played such a principal rule o ihe early history of that section >f he State, it was decided that the ounty should be named after hin:r Osceola County, "t the State of Florida." .Kissininie, named afyr aiqothwr Indian chieftain, was made the putty Meat. IL. Edwards WondIer if the girl who said: "' wvomnan S a Mant

***4***4*4+ t t tule o ul mershipn the Ina baseball team this year. ternational Society '.* er5 Supreme. 4. 4 4. So far a8 + concerned we shall make 4. tions; but of Shimmy has by Shak-1 this decision requests had come fromn colleges merits are sons no revelason in case the reader wishes +. his record in full our recornienda* 4. Bill Bivens,a compound ~tvr and Blacks tone the unique 1 eiyi the martn whi of Webrolled into one, dli'ttctton ,f iiatlt th bull fni'u For three years, now, at our -titUior, he ha, ha ci ii mist promU il and a tivexonn 1 all that Iamtn to the con toct4 n antd dissatlon tf the "jnm, y ~ ers are universally he well versed. Brand. however. conceded Bill's particular defies classification, it ranges all the way from the (ImmOn, every-day practical outpu~t. Sthe heights of oratorical of the H!is "extravaganze" type. system triumphs to j of exportanion-rnasitu -h as that term~ can be applied the art of exert sing the verbal ma thon vath would be that he communicate the officials burden of aerial, s entrusted with selecting all-American sie they are doubtless inainted with the dt prowess on the gridiron. rlmd.d he is a great little the maache dtaUs of hEI Fact Is. oval ehaser' of i,' senu-pugihistwc ena Its marvelous manifestations nvnrnfieantt manhood as displayed the Ag-Lawyer counter were sueh an aid to the leI ual lfghts that the sometime haymakers won. Athe foregoing g* sted, Bill's favorite sport consists in motimg the cause e glish, form spossil sugform of indoor wrecking or prothe Ktng's Eneither of which he can perwith the utmost ease and nonchalance, under any conditions Weather. prohibition or politics. Accoiding to all the laws of nature and tlh. rules of dead reckoning, he is 'larcd to inmetime 'rnmo st hounds of the campus ipal Scenes I' antd i h&L!*l trt the 1 of hioutbura'te of wvncv; but whecn the situation so demand, r-endition. tier ive d turgencies dhis inmprompta from his reserve stocks, which are indeed most ipus, can take or all rects of a formal the notable delivery there are at times only depart from during the balmy month of as the time distant, is not immeaSit may he deemed anpi ipriate to make a prediction as to hi. post-graduate possibilities: It is That whersoever he goeth,. whatsoever he doeth,. he will copure up fully to the standards as-I a half dozen or so--this happens very seldomand then usually in the privacy of his silte in Burkman Palace, possible when it position tate or of the which he has very creditably here, that of of the Royal Grand Jligh Potow-. Order of ButI S lingers. is, for a greater number to hi. present-within the sound of g~hty uttcramnes his sense of 'volth 9 hihie IO('. not 'a Iu ato 0 m' rromt his Spin of his alr* lative to I m 'ns it ef at t n, Tlhe I'm versity hw a' &eptedi a c: .4 U r versity I of South Carolina hallenge from Harror a debate whit for games. for the discontinus&'O The reathis sea rere not stated. The University ball two schedule for of Maryland's font 1922 will include big game,; University gia and 'of GeorNebraska IT'nversity. The Goodyear has established versity for its ranging from rmwt-eraduate a'l a 7 in special Rubber Comnpar' an industrial enmployes. ramynar Conrsee school to college wHIl hr offered course 2n American,will be given born Ohmo State TUniversitv n'Iv have two theseOCC8sins rooms before to the forewr gr Ca" date, a week and n' 12 must be in their p. m. Having made an, average of 1O0 per cent in all of our studies we a nothing to fear from semester exa' and can therefore 7n 'n'e h'jtiti. Nile dnrinw that 'week qav 100 per rert? p We hee ,,' F4 nor cent should h2 Oh well, what i points we can tl with but mont to our market int r us in our extend erter their Sli9'ht dked tour shoulI applications at thw south-. east window of the northwest offih not later than sunrise ir the night of January "Rats" rnremium har 1921. IS nlO longer at the that it wa8 a month ago Painful perseverence with olive nfl, ulbow grease, and various and sundry tonicq have worked wonders with th. tender shoots of erardal vegetatio) once so prevalent about the campus. How wonderful are thy works. Oh h rpiwide! It was noti-able -nap that during the 4e It our comfortable -.--4 Priar I ---p -m r -l -V5 -l Cr V it7 'I CI -'A. 4 1' C A 4I to i wei low | t


p THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR with plazpy of sggsarness. Gimeing ane the home towns .f th, sinkbers of the 'Guter squad one yawi st help making that the lis incrt has such ta ds with thie player .msfaawille has mant Madison, Mn. Staylp and Iltekieck; Miami, Ward, Casaand Jenmeia*s Tampa, .~aii? thrpyrshave had traiingeatof he teact Gra. Manager M-as. ha, arranged a 'Otp gned aeheduh. It imcudes ten gags cluan.e of tk. &.I. A. A.teuaat. This tournament will he hjit aata, Peh.26,26, 2Uand limbi 1. 11 vill decide tkre S. I A. nhasil ekamponship. itt. Srl-4tetSfl Unhveraity, fdLA NP k -'Savannah V. M. La emm h. Pub 1.-North Carolina Ratigh, N. C. Pa, L-Trisity Cellege,. haN. C. C., .A. at L. At Stat. at Pu at i r.P0. &-V. V. L., at iLnington, Vi. Pub W*.-DaVidson CdIlsg,, at Dsfiaa N. C Pi, u.--WCord 0.11mg. at Spartnhbar. I C. Pub. I!. -PurmaD University, at Gruenvike S C PaL 1.--Vac. 1'. U. C. A. at Ma, G. Pu'b fl-Var. t.-& I. A. A. Tenrnis.meat tt Aflanta. Ga. TratsDT Pfl amBaTnw TEAM lusets t.' the Agricultural Club T'ehtng Tean will he held Monday ntgtt. Sanuary 24. This is to decide th d .it he 'er Col'oge. Pet Tb SdaptuC.' The Ae. C1Ui he, the atVm~s tgfsu @2 tr out Wfhs er U' C Wls AGBa aN CM LAS WIN IN S tz taff Ask FIRST COLLEGE GA Mt Support of Etudent Body itinued from pace I (Coutinued hrn Pta. Out). played from beginning to end and the Arts and Selence team had a closer game than the score might lead one to suppom. Almost a complete mew lineup was used by both teams and it speaks well for the individual c]leges, for they bane plenty of mattrial to tail upon in shaping their teams. Judging from the game playad th. other colleges .vill have to 'May sme basket-beHl ti win the championship. The score was 15 to 8 is fnvor of Arts and Science. These games Will certainly develop -sm good players and in another year Floridk winl have a basketball team which shotild lead the Univesitie. in the South. On. good thin. 'which was apparent in the games played was the absence of rough tactic, aud play. flasket ball is not supposed to be a knockdown, carry ou, game. but a game of skill and wits and superior team play, and if ie balance of the games played show the same grade of play the game will have done more than merely the winning of the Campus championship. Standing of Teams. Won Lost P t. Agriculture .lQ(')0 Arts and Science 1 0 lO0t Law ---.0 0 1001 Teaches" 0 1 000. Eaginees ...0 1 OO00o The games played next week. Thursday. January 20. at Gyinna ar between th Teacesan n rineers for first game and Agriku! hire and Law for second. No ad jissioc is charged and everyone i cordially invited to attend. pu at the tpresest 'a track man.a that he will show on the athletic ficd heft I on the Car,,time is Otis Green, transferred from Cincinnati. Green and it is expected isp well thi~ year ren, Asst. Man* Editor ~Whre,' aske orator. "would were not for wor r'ausing a mn around the ball. "repeat," she man betoday if wman ." A voi e from bin the Card sti awberries." d at' man b mien ." 0mn lt said: it hai -Truman emale suffrage e today if it she looked "Where would d not been for the~ gallery-"He en of Eden eatr would be jnteietilg redng. w ever, conditions are gttng bte nOW, and men are volunlttCTfr t help out in these matters. Evryone ea,,not be on the stat--but those who really put out some work have a good chance to get on for the second semester. Getting down to the real pmint of this article, the Alligator Staff wishes to announce that there will be several vacancies .for the second semester and that these places will be aware onta compete t ive bsis. Te pla iths. Fo the next two issues every one will contribute all of the material p065!ble with their names signed to esch. Then the Staff will select from those who have turned in the most and the best work. The material especially wanted are news items. jokes. locals'. or other similar material. Everyone S H U I H 0 F B. V. ThNcn Gain 9le FLINT CHEMICAL socirrT BBBN RE.ORtGANIZED The Flint Chemical Society held regular semi-monthly meeting last Wednesday ev en i ng ID Room 2, Science HalL. iT meeting was called to order at 7 o'clock by N!. Matlack, temporary chairman. This being th. first meeting ol the new year the entire session wa, given over to the consideratiOn of the Constitution and the election of offiers. The Constitution and By-Laws were read, and adopted, as drawn up by the committee on Constitution and By-Laws. The Constitutoxi having asn adopted, the body proceeded with the election of offers. The following Officers were elected. rPresident-D. E. Willianms. Vice Preaident--W. 3. Dyer. Sec.-Treas.--H. 8. Mfassey. Rcporter-J. A. Begg. The charter members are: Begg, Blake, Cccin. Crago, Davis, N. B. Dyer, Knight, Leonard, Massey, Matlack, O'Eryant, Paschal, Sample, Saunders, Schwartz, Schabinger, E. M., Thomas, Williams, D. E. Any student in the Chemical Dopartment is eligible to membership In this society. Those who are interested in Chemistry, but are not connected with the Chemical Depart. menit, are cordially invited to attend all meetings* Chem. Sharks! The next meeting is to be held Wednesday Jan. 26. Let's turn out to the meetings and have a real live Chemical society. J. A. BEUG, Reporter. POLK COUNTY CLUB. On the evening of Wednesday, Jan-uary 12, the Polk County club held its first regular monthly meeting for tenew year. The main business was admiabydeveloped by Messs Go Mathews A program committee for the presidqnt consisin ofM.J H. Rule and Mr. F. C. Charbonnean nesday in February. H 0 'wDrugm, Btauionary Artibe, Cpa '0-fr car' SANITAY BARtS SHOP Gese vi&e In the Graham Ha' ZYRRYTNING ELCR lOS.). SEYKOR' Ph 107 taineril> F& I. W MCCOLLI M1 & DRUGGIs,' The Rexali Store Agents for Liggetta and NorriGainasvili. FLORIDA BARBER For Students an' Shave 20c. West Bide Sq. a. Eveytin gv DORSEY' DL'4 U, I S. B 001 FORI & DRUGISTS The Phib 86*. Bnk Snrug, Sale and Accommodating ELI WITT CiGAR CO. | CIG ARS 'What'. *fE a s" Tas. Fie 'ida Tesqn Numie Hav'a Tsma 3 --------=-uLuuJuulu, Otcwu~.-. THE CJOLLI MANS NHADQUAWUEU o rter' s Moat of the U. of Via., men who ru Into Jacksnvyjue aever think of gnu back to school withot Stopping at Ite. leng enough to mee what'. mew at l'ur _______________________________________ -.9 -., wr a --= ra* tek S A MAN'S WORLD The Autumn moo,, was beaming btly through the leafy arbor where they sat-he and she. He kissed her. She promptly slapped hin.t "01,, forgive me h4 cried: "It wld ner hav done it if I Perhaps the ngtar ws intxi cat'ng--perhaps. Shce-What causes the fight of He-Probably it is urged or by the everybody were heefu.''"ud COMPANY 'U Florida A ter's window M n

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