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1 ++ ( Pete Harris"). +* ON FLEMING FIELD APRIL 8-9,1921. i

Basket Tossers From the Baby] + + + + V* + + *-+ -- Large Number of High Schools are-" ,_

to Surprise Ol -Time Colts .:f Expected to Enter Meet this Year.

"*of the South With Their Fast FAMOUS 48" CLUBENtERTAINSRATS Those students of the U. of F. who LAWYERS DEFEAT Which Promise to T>e. Best: ;Eve'- '-

failed to hear Dr. Barker' last week Held. _

l11g : missed a treat. His lectures, well ARTS & SCIENCES .,\0\
L LEAVE NEXT illustrated, sent home many a good I TRACK IN GOOD SHAPE AND u

S. I. A. A. MEET .ING A.ach lesson and it behooved all of us 'to'' FAST TIME IS EXPECTED _' .
Members Pledge Their remember those points which touch Law College Five Almost Won the 't

Kline is Well Pleased With Plans for the Upbuilding Support of the to each of us. College Championship With Victory The University Will Take Care of a aMen

e Performance of the Tteam, University During the Aemainderof I of Last Week in Gym uium. as Has Been the Cupstom in .
of Making a Good We will all welcome Prof. Beck : .
d is Confidtntl the Year. Years Past; Will be in Charge of ,
wing This Year. back to our midst. We have missed i AG.'COLLEGE* TEAM IS STILL Athletic Committee. ';
.MH HMB him ar<,d need him.. now. I IN RUNNING FOR PENNANT .
GO -
with his husky bunchlasiet OUT AND WORK ON TRACK ,
Kline \
pach returned Thursday NEXT SATURDAY AFTERNOONIt It is with a feeling-of thankfulnessthat In Case the Engineers Defeat tfie'! ': Preparations are now under way '"
tossers to make the track meet this year the ;
i number of basketball we see Prof. Bucholz in our Lawyers in Game Saturday Night j '
goodly in the history of the Uni-
a is Hoped to Perfect Permanent midst the ARK Will be Tied for First
ps dangling from their bel s. again. He has been ill for veristy. Every thigh school in the 1>f. .

f team has made a very creditable Organization for the Developmentof some time and we heartily welcomehis Place. I i State is eligible for entrance and it .{: _

ring this year and the ether col- Real School Spirit and o-op. return. I i is 'expected'that there will be a large '
eration. What the
be "best
proved to ,
s of the South are beginning to .-- \ [l umber participating this year. 'i
Universityof L. B. Tan is reported to be im'proving games played so far in the Inter-
ize that the "Baby" Basket [: Below is a letter which Dr. Nor. II
All rats who honorees i Mural Ball League played
were at tiie the were
rapidly at
of the main contenders in all infirmary, man has sent out to every high school .'.
The entire delightful party given by the mem- I where he has been confined quite a last Thursday evening in the Gym.
its of athletics. I I in the State, and will give everyonean ,::
placed well and it would be a bers of the "48" club before the holi- while. We hope he will'continue ti The first game between the Ags and idea of the .great events 'which*" .2;..

days were again the guests at a improve and hurry back to his Engineers was a nip and tuck affairup ,
matter to pick out those who : come .off in ,the early part of. April .
meeting held in the Gym Wednesday I classes., until the last few minutes of play. '
all of the time. Bill Madi- My dear Principal: -" -4\,
night. After the meeting the Rats While the Ags seemed to have it on -
Roland Moss and C' Y. Byrded j The eventh Annual State High .
fine basketball and their ef- and old men also were the guests of We are glad to see Benny Wilson the Engineers end of first ha'f' School Track and Feld Meet will beheld
the management of' theiLyric Thea i out again and trust that he have t the Engineers took a decided bravo I
had much to do wit! the Victoria ( may on Fleming Fields University of ..
tre. Altogether every 'one had a no more ill luck for a long time. \and tied the score, but then their 'I ""lorida. April 8-9, 1921. I am cer-
the trip. Hughes, a new man. ,
wonderful time and it is thought aggressiveness: or ability to cage the
m that will co-operate to make 1t
center showed well, : you
played up f Continued 8
en page ball seemed to and the team
that the meeting will bring about stop Ag .
the floor in good style. All a I t''-is the best :Meet we have had. b_
g better 'feeling of co-operation and I ran ahead. The score was 12.ton 3 I ''the ,,
their The subject of Essay Contest'is
showed to
other men up us- school the balance : favor of Ags at end of first half, :
spirit for the
of The Value of Athletics to, the .
standard when in the games. year ; FINE TALK( MADE BY and final, score was 22 ,to 13. Fol- Hi -h School Boy." The usual Dec-.:!.. .
in' Sa-
with t j
'ginning: a fast game lowing is" the lineup of the two ;
Several appropriate selections
were 'tan ation Contest will be held. '
Y. M C.
against the strong ,
rendered 'during the social hour at teams: > The eligibility blanks will be sent .
earn, the 'Gators won their first DR.. BARKER MON.Noted I Agriculture '
the Gym before the departure for the Engineers I late'.. The eligibility rules will be
by a score of 38-20. The Chatham R. F. _Mills' -
theatre. Rat Williams rendered.V hared somewhat. Membership'in
r e was hard fought and well play- Nichols "
pathetic selection entitled "Ten Lecturer of the International L. F. Malley the Florida High School Athletic ,,"5- I.
ghouL Madison was the in-
nights in society without a wig.' Rotary Clubs Spoke to the Student Driggers C Gunn socir'ion.3s not required, though the r:
!:sal star of this fray; scoring 22irida's Bivens 48" White R.: G. \\'oodard eligibility of that Association ;.!
President of the club responded Body the First of the Week. riles .
' points. with a rousing speech in I Simmons, R. L. R! A. Simmons will adopted. These rules can be

next night the team played Substitutes: ...,For' A-. -Ormsby, ,,,'d from P. H. Hensley of /
which he urged every man presentto Chapel service was held on Moo- procu; ". .. .
North Carolina Agricultural and do all in his power to support the day of this week instead of on Wed for Nichols. For Engineers-Hodge Ocala; or G.' Elmer Wilbur of Jacksonville ..,
eering College in Raleigh and for Gunn.
University in school and out. With nesday, in order that the university f' _
ed them a Similar this! Th* second game between the Law will beadded r
defeat his usual versatility and oratorical I students might have an opporturltr Throwing thediscus
3818.. Madison .vied ability he made a splendid impres- to hear a 'lecture by Dr. dhas. E. Bar- and Arts and Science was one of the to the events." -
each other in the number of cleanest: and hardest fought battles i ThisVMeet \is growing beyond the "
sionon. all present. Frank Spain, ker. The rotary Club of Gaines.. ;
ts tfcoredi Madison making 21 another officer in the above mentionedclub vile brought Dr. Barker, who hai|t staged in the gym, and was what l resources of any one institution. Most t
Moss scoring 12. I [ might be called: the deciding game State track meets do not offer local
also called for the help of every a national reputation, to this city id I
.s good luck could _not keep up man in boosting the University give. a series, of his splendid lecture I t of the series; for by winning the Law entertainment Florida still expects j ,

ver though, arid the 'Gators lost of Florida and reviving the school 1 His lecture was a repetition of thrt team cinched the pennant. There to furnish most of the local enter-

|f first,game the following night, spirit which has done so much to 'delivered earlier in the day at the are two games be played but tainment. If the boys will brirg| a : ; .

!a they met Trinity College in build up other colleges and universi- high school. Dr. Barker, as a man,I the averages of the teams is such, blanket they will tie housed on the

ham, N. C. The score after HO ties throughout the country. who has had, a college education himself that the Law team cannot. be beaten, campus. The University Common
utes of real hard scrapping was but can be tied./ will furnish dinner and on the '
It is needless to say that every and then many years of ebc- supper ,,
-1. The game was fast and hard man present thoroughly enjoyed the perience in life in fields supposedly I r The team work on both sides was ninth. The principal must notify .
Bit from the blow j excellent and fast, but the Law White how .
of the referee'stle get-together and it is believed thata foreign to"college life; gave advice to : team Secretary George many.

to the end of the game. better feeling now exists betweenthe the young men* of the universitv on had a shade the better in ability! to men he will have rooming on the 1;
owever the'defeat at Durham was i cage the ball. The tilt was''close all campus.
old men and the rats on the Cam- how to conduct their life and tjiei i J J
f a.mild starter. V. M. I. of foot- 1 I work so that they would be of most I the way through. and the Arts team The Meet will be, under the man- i
fame, gave the 'Gators the worst 1I I service and secure the greatest was handicapped by the loss of two agement of Coach W. G. Kline, Pro- i1 t.

?at of the season. Every matt oif Epsilon! Zeta Chapter of the Sigma! I amount of happiness from life. of its best players due to injuries.The fesso: P. L. Reed and Professor E. G_ .i
team seemed able to score at will Nu fraternity will entertain? with Using as his theme an score was tied several times. Beck. Special inquiries will be a"-
The final raking interest and' excitement swered l Professors Reed and Beck.
score 60-20. I lion by
was Grant to of his
their first dance of the season at the by one intTodUC-1 1
matter of geting beaten seem- I Elks' Club Saturday night. Dr. Barker gave his abourti.? The score at the end of the Entry blanks will be sent in Marc ,

ntagious, for the next nght also 1 The occasion will be made all the the true qualities essential to a happy fi st half was 5 to 3, infavor of Law, Very truly yours.
'Gators | and the final score was 11 to 7. The 1 J. W. NORMAN,
dropped a fast game to, more enjoyable by the many girls and well balanced life. There : '
*dson College at Davidson, N. C_ who are in Gainesville this week and three essentials mentioned by Grantare line-up of the- teams*, was as follows: Acting Dean. .

t score of 45-26. to attend the many social affairs that a strong arm, a clear head anda' Arts and Science t

n" Spartanburg the Florida team are taking place. brave heart. He showed that Grant : Duncan R. F. Loomis will be only six and it is hoped they \

led and beat the fast WofTord Colaggregation. Music' will be furnished by Kitchens I had used these expressions figuratively McMullen L. F. Phillips will all be played off within the next #

e for the first timeSason Orchestra of Jacksonville, and : and developed his theme by Scofield C Thompson two weeks. .

by a score of 4535. This everyone is looking' forward to a showing for each of these qualities Berry "R. G. Robinson Considerable interest will be manifested -. l

ry seemed to put Ttew life into most enjoyable occasion. in turn how really essential it was to : Cariton" L. G. Grey as the different classes''have' #

team and they began to play bettogether. ... life and how each 'student at the uni- f Substitutes Law-Hitchcock for not met this year. due to the foot t
r. -
., Duncan. For Arts Cox for Robinsor. t'
could these off. ;
ball called
versity revelop qualities games being j. \ :
an was an easy victim, 'the the narrow margin of three points.that if he wished. The Inter-Class series of basketball I r The following is the'schedue complete }

tors winning 88-25. The score after the hardest fight Dr. Barker gave the students a ames bean this Thursday evening, of games ,
tae n Y. the 'Gators experienced on the en- February 17, at 7:30 in the University 1 -
C. A. with Morgan, Splendid intellectual brow-beating Feb. 17.-Seniors vs. Freshmen,
*ran forward at his best, easilyme tire trip stood 31-28 in their favor. which will undoubtedly be an inspiration Gvm. I and Juniors \8'- Sophomores. ; .
This ended the trip, and the bas-
The Seniors and Freshmen startedthe '
the 'Gator opposition and ; for the students to take. better Feb. 22.-Seniors vs. Sophomore,
4'-n. ket tossers from the fireworks and the Juniors and -
Morgan and Juniors Freshmen.
scored 21 of I vs.
i's pointa. [Versity of,the South returned to pre care of themselves* physically t ,* ,be Sophomores played the second game.i Feb. 26.-Seniors! vs. Juniors, and '

& the way home the team stoppedat pare for the S .I.. A. A. Tournaraem : more sincere in their 'intellectnif The same way of deeidiag the Sophomores vs. Freshmen. '

Camp Beitning and met the to be held in Atlanta beginning Use work and have a higher regard foj championship of the series will be io Inter-Mural and Inter-Class Volley

team, winning from them by 25th of this month. I I moral values. N force,.but instead of ten games there' C crllncd,CT: life 8- +

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!;,: : DROP I IN This circumstance is as follows: ILSONCOMPAN
L Sunday
!7 A party of rats were on a
I I' (" afternoon hike east of town. They V V Quality I --- -Service
L: P r' OTTO F. STOCK came after several miles to a large ,

\ Ji et of water, known locally as .

!i i ': 1: Tailor' along Newman's the ,shore Lake. they W'hile.strollmg noticed a bottle i "GAIN .SVILLE.S- FOREMOST, SHOPPING CENTER.

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t' floating',a little way out, bearingthe I
i s I Alteration Gleaning: Pressing archaic label, Gordon' s Dry '_ ..Featuring

!' t : ;' Phone'354 -. Gaines ilie F a. With such a lure as this, the rats '' ..'f. .: .
; I immediately dashed out and retrieved Everything That a Good Department Store Should
L.' tie bottle. What was their chagrinto
t. i 5. I --, find that it contained..nothing but t
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: some closely scribbled paper. They I
}i IIIWIrIrdlllllfi1._ dfi were about to return their find to -' '-- -'lJ- 1 .4.,;. .&- ..1J --

i, .'. !Ii the deep when one of them who i- 1f
: j connected with the 'Gator, saw a .
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chance for some easy copy and on ,,
i; University students, by patronizing T; his return handed the notes to us. ..1

i f' .I the White' House Dining Room, may We now transcribe them: A letter' BOOK STORE '
!i f enjoy the satisfaction of knowing from Cook, the world-famed- Arctic THE .

:I ;f ,. r, ; .. they have the finest service and most explorer:
i < of Six Months Night. '
F [ delicious foed on the market. Region & Basement/Language Hall
I : Table ,d'Hote : Parties
meals 100.
: To whomsoever finds this letter.I f ASSORTMENT OF PENNANTS, FRESHMAN. CAPS
t : i .... LARGE -
and Banquets by special, arrange the undersigned: Cook, Arctic MEMORY: BOOKS ETC. :

I !; ment. For table reservations Phone Explorer de Luxe, am writing this in jl Everything For the Student.
I : ; No. 295. the hope that it will reach some civilized f ,

I land, and our rescue be effected.
I: ;" After my famous discovery of the :t.r= -7;; :i".".. iJl&.L,'!!> 1

The White House Dining oom North ,Pole some years ago, when I -- ----------- .... ... '.. .

i I Gaine viHe's Social Center. > was so grossly misrepresented by the 1
J y; base adherents of Commodore Peary,
7 y;
I H.. ffiLB; and many newspapers were condemning I It
/ me as a fakir, I determined that .
!i !; : } .a<:, II IJIIMnl; 1JifiJIfiYillli.r! .y:; !tft ;'i'ftx5fiuemuI !: !: !: I' would get the bulge on my hated I East Main Street I

1 t : ,'- 1 1 L1 rival and gain undying fame. So pri- t FOR BICYCLES, ACCESSORIES and REPAIRS .
II' vately and without announcing my I

I ''f' DO BUSINESS WITH intentions to the public, I started ,v. sow+-w-sw.. w-w-t -, -. .... ..... -

!! THE FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK determined upon another this voyage time to of'find discovery.not theIsle I -. -. -. ---. ..-. -- -.- -"-.

: I "The' New Million Dollar Bank" Resources Over $2,000,000 but something which would real-I f JOHNSON'S PHARMACY I
9' ly be useful and place my I t Drugs, Medicines, Stationery, Toilet and Rubber Goods
t! i '\If. I the Hall of Fame as one of man- We Guarantee Personal Attention to Prescriptions. ,
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,,I \ :- kinds chief benefactors. For. what : t Only Purest Drugs Used. Low Prices. Quality Guaranteed I

; good was the Pole, even after it ,was t I Gainesville, Florida.
f 'I' Jr.71I ; t Ii I
found J This answers itself obviously .
.T. and it would take I I ...
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purposes to which the Pole cannot bj ;
: \ Modes ef the Moment
"" 'c*- put, I will not take the space to enum-

;+ I' I t 505 Franklin Street -Tampa Florida_ jfj erate them. It is simply N. G. GREENLE & CROSBY COMPANY"Noted
1 II.
Hats-Ctething-Furnishings Now my idea was to find the switch .
1 I' BfiiKwy sifitfiutnsColsom YiYi!: Yi! Yi t which turns on the Aurora Borealis, for Quality" I Ii
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: I : or Northern Lights. If I could find t.
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I -,- this and connect it with the General]i t Diamonds, Fine Jewelry, China, Cut, Glass and Silverware
I Electric plant at Rochester, N. Y. I'
: : :> would receive much credit. and mankind Jacksonville
Land Company would 104 West Bay Street Fla.Selection .
: ; get its electric light for- It. "

t : r.. ever,at a nominal monthly minimum. t ,Packages Scant: oh Request I

,.- Improved Farms of all sizes justenoujh| to remunerate me for I t Class Pine, Rings, Medals, Trophies.
; d All sorts of City Property my trouble and pay the stockohlders '

: At right price and reasonable terms of ,tije Aurora Borealis, Limited, a ,1 .
Buyers should consult them before fair -
making a dividend. '
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I choice of property- Well, we got started alright, a- -

1 1 flee ppOBttc A. C. L, Depot Phone N I good tight ship plenty of Arctic provisions .
Y f whale blubber for meat and Goodeats and First Class service come to the
I grade. C Texas.Motor Oil for drink,
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-W' ) I 11 while
*cur ships
.\ t, library contained ayear's A. C. L. LUNCH ROOM
i i : edition of the FlJrida% Alligator
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for reading matter during the
I .; long : J One Door North A. C. L. Depot
:evenings in high latitude. ,

Everything went along finely until --. -..-- -
; !. ; AUT8 SUPPLIES AND ACCESSORIES I one night during my watch below -

'' while I was regalig myself with die of 'Gators and it lay in the bottom failed wfe started a fire by gently robbing

t Coal Oil Cocktails. and perusing Feanx *- ef the boat unnoticed* while we two copies of the 'Gator e*.

.' GOODYEAR and AJAX Barefax column of the 'Gator, bewailed our lack of food. Suddenlyas torial together. By its general W

; t ... TIRES AND TUBES seeking advice in this omniscient col- I glanced at this bundle my eye fulness the reptile fairly entwined

.: SERVESATISFY t umn on how to win the .coy 'Equi- was Caught by this statement on the self around our heart strings and *te

; : maux damsel, for a man must, do front page: "The Alligator is a credo it wy owe our present life and bean*

: 1 I" Auto Supply Company something up there to. pass array the ible publication." Quick as a flashI So much for that. Please send re-
; I moonlight evenings, when camped unshipped the tiller and knocked cue. P..D.
L among the natives. I found this ad- off the C'R from the word credible. Q.Yours
: I t Ii Tice1 Pick 'em young, treat 'em This left it "edible." I then pointed COOK.

a a1 I It rough, and tel! 'em nothing. Always out the bundle to the Bos'n. He attending tit
saw Note When I
\1 :1' : ; : take* along a box of Downey's Blub- the word "edible," and snatching up 'U. of F., my ,name was was spe&

\ I : ** **** ******+**+:+****+*:**: ber Tid Vaseline Bits filled when with calling.Choice} SugarCoated the The copy began to eat ravenously. Cooke, but during my recent expos*
rest pf the, crew followed sui: the extremity "E" became frost b
Suddenly a shock ran through the 'and
I 1 : : i < soon with renewed Strength we ten aLUJiad to be amputated.

!; ; AMERJEAN SHOE REPAIR COMPANY a ship cake, knocking of Diamond me off'my ice. I ran soft on eat deck.on 1 again'Gator toiled at the oars. *I remarkedthe '. Authors note: Anyone who doubt;

prints 'nothing but the fDJ1
h ( authenticity of .this letter
i ; i AND SHINE : The ship had struck a huge iceberg truth. Then the cabin boy became *
[ ; PARLOR | and was "alat my office between half past fin
rapidly going down by the I'
t't'f'f' v head. We had just time to' tumble ; and after a few minutes 'gavea <| the Experiment Station aad I*
; graphic illustration of the adag- fhe*!,origin
; ; Gee. Tampas and* Louis Eliades, Proprietors + into the smalj boat when the ship I which affirms that truth. no matte;. signed copy.
; 115 West Main Street sank. '
North-Phone 139. how treated, will rise
:t : 'Ij 4 J. V. Blame, Agent; Room SI Buckman We rowed for three days With When we became' cold again., tuckel' Said the sugar bag to the JUpr."D9
t Gain..rife nothing to eat. Things I we you love me?"
; Florid were in a some spare copies under .
: t bad shape: We had lost the tey to I and were soon warm. Finally Said the sugar to the sugar bar

F ; ............., t........J....,.. 'Davy worse-'the Jones' locker, and what was i iI landed on our present site and let me'say we: "I'm just wrapped up in you." *
oars *
F t ,.... were leaking badly; here. that, the, 'Gator 1..sure a (The bag) "Oh, you sweet, **

I' J j I One of the crew had thrown a bun- J 1 I!:red hot sheet! ,When all_other. ,juear thing."-.-Retl ctor.

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$Yiy;!: THE SWANSON CABARET. I ''FLiN"TcAES1ir} SOCIETY This week Lieutenant Atkinson

I m RAIDED. MEETS; will put his track men through their

,. # first tryout against time. The par-
!:!i About 12 o'clock Friday night the The meeting of; tlu. Flint Chemical pose of this is not to select the track
local police force under supervisionof Society which was failed off during team. but simply to get a line on the
the able Chief Hawkshaw, located examination week Wjhs held Wednes speed and form of the various con
HENRY GIDDENS CLOTHING CO I some messhall rats at the Swanson day night of the ri,, it.h. This being testants.
Cabaret. The numbers of the rats the first meeting since'the re-organi- The team needs the support of the
were so great that the cop force zation and installation of officers an student body in order to make a
S could not cope wtih the situation, so invitation was extended' tp new mem : ho wing, and this will be a fins
Hawkshaw immediately telegraphed bers. Mr. Houser, Mr. Haines and chance for every man in the University -
Solicits the business of College men, j to the local camp headquarters for Mr. Berg accepted the. invitation and to turn out and see what th?
guaranteeing 1 aid. One battalion of brave and were duly received into the royal or- University of Florida is doing to
correct styles, high grade quality and workmanship S dauntless veterans of Bloxies Army, der of Chem. shar :i. The president have in the way of a track team this
under the command of General Nui- immediately put Messrs. Berg and year.
sance. assisted by Colonel Hezaliar. Haines to work, appointing them the Lets go out fellows and give them
KNOX HATS, STETSON HATS, !j was immediately rushed to the placeof perpetrators of future programs: nil the support that we can. +
disorder; and being heavily armed The feature* of the meeting was avery t
HANAN SHOES, | with corn: cobs and peashooters they interesting as well as instructivetalk The wrestling tournament this year
\ worked havoc among the rats. The by: Mr. Matlack on "Iron ani will be held on March 8. 10, 17. The i
ROGER PEET, KUPPENHEIMER \ Cabaret was stormed and the rats Steel lfanufacture.n11', Matlack is finals then will be held March 17 and
t put to flight, but they left behind no well qualified to talk on this subject, 22 to determir.e the championship of
and SOCIETY BRAND CLOTHES. 1 spoils whatever. Some who fled first as he received first hand experiencewhile the University. The winners will

I took refuge in the nearby Peeler Inn. in the employ of the Carnegie compose the wrestling team to represent
but they were easily ejected from Steel Co. This completing the program the University of Florida.
HENRY GIDDENS CLOTHING CO., | there and a few were caught. It ha' of the evening, the meeting was i Although much interest has ,been
: been requested that no names be adjourned as is the custom in such I shown heretofore in this branch of

Giddens Building The Clothing Co.gj i mentioned in .connection with this. cases. sport it j is expected that this will be
Franklin at'Lafayette Phone 2276 Eg By FULLA BULL. .The next meeting will be held Wed the greatest year as a minor sport
Tampa, Florida jjj ---JAnother nesday. Feb. 23. R. W. Ruprecht, letter will be awarded the winners in
Lyceum number will be offered chemist of the Experimental Station addition) to the medals which are
1 Monday night for'the students is going to give a very interesting usually given.
$ c of the University and the townspeople lecture. It will be worth the time" These" matches! are, held under the
of Gainesville at the Baird Thea- Just to hear this lecture, moreover it auspices of the wrestling club whicn
I 1 tre at 8:30 o'clock. is your duty and privilege to attend Is composed of all men who competein
The Ernest Gamble Concert Company the Chemical Society meetings if yon the final matches. This year the*
W YYi; one of the foremost bands of are iw the Chemical department.Be following men are member of the
I entertainers in the country have been (O 2. club: J, B. Sherman, President; R. V.
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booked for this number and advance _. Coleman Sec.-Treas.: J. D. McKey, J.
I reports announces an evening's entertainment :Meal and their general abilities un- G. Ennis. R. F. Chatham?G. H. Stan-
I i iI such as is seldom present "- "' ''isspd. Reading from left to : I ly, R. A. Carlton. E. W. Millican. R.
pd. This company has toured all of r-ht they are: Slim Bell. Skinnv i L..Dri g'er' and H. Q. Stevens.
I America Canada the West Indies! Tq lbprt. Shadow Goldsby and Stream- The !standards' of weight for the!
I c Panama, Europe, Africa, Alaska Central lino; Tzzy. captain.Mr. 1H will be as follows: .
tndtta t America. the Azores and the T'eavy Weight-178 Ibs and above.
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Maderias, and everywhere they havidelighted Mnrdork Barrs who is widely T -ght Heavy Weight>-160 to 178.
large and appreciative audiences 'nowned as the man that made the" "'ddtf> Weight-148 to 169.
The Smile Foow the Spoon v b' .i"'O'tlit'R infamous!! is receiving the W Her Woi-ht-136 to 148.
Mr. Ernest Gamble is a distinguished -. moct fervent and heartfelt contratulatinns TJ;-ht W'eight-125 to 135.
I Basso Cantante arid is reputed to from his numerous friend* Bantam Weight-124 and under.
be one of the best performers in the and admiring enemies! upon having' !lOpuih Thr officers and members of the j
country today. Miss Johnnie Hereford and( masterfully led his cla :sin club ordially invite and also urge
I soprano and pianis of note accompanies "lassie i modern" literature, which qVf>TT'nE" to" _____ _____ - - --. Mr. Gamble in his selec en'hrapes .Tndee." Jim Jam Gems. Po- training for the big' matches. There
tions. The other member of the Con- lice OareHe Whiz ,:Bang and othe are or'. two months before the'pres -
iranasMrar _!fifiYiR! !fififiYififi! ! !
cert party is Miss Nellie Richeson. nresent-dav works! of pronnor-cw liminal : are to take place.

concert violinist. The company i is. 1itE'rs"? merit. Indeed.v Mr Barrs ex ] -,_. .., ....-...--...-----. ..--.'
THE NEW YORK RACKET x not large, but quality is more desir- 'hmftp such remarkable ability in t a.hfO'l vas that the worthy position
able at times than quantity.The these subjects that exams were t"u' I I I should go to the Right Hon. O'Bryant.
Agent For jfj Lyceum numbers are under Teast t: of his worries his continuous ,;'R man endowed with such natural
the direction of Sec. Geo. E. White appli;>ion and extended research I abilities that' his success in performing
FlorsheimVBffifcSftRffiRia Ste.FELLOWS
of the Y. M. C. A., who is acting in work fcavippf given him such a firmpra the duties of his responsible!' officeis
this capacity through a request: o* < n of the minute, details: and fntr nractically assnred. Oft in the
YiYifi! a- !fifi! the faculty. The student body.h *"*."*'*!': flint, the pnly hotter was f'tilIyni' ht can be heard his soul-
an appropriation in the Bud eti the 1 1V !<".* a stone to liffhten the inspiring call of the wild as he gives
_! i which was voted last year for a series "wecTi*>nial nro"ess of setttncr' fort' vent to solt'e surging primal emotion.
of Lyceum numbers and that of his aripwets' Tf Tits lofty stardard- the haunting melody of which is by
i 1 last week was the first of a numberto \r* mmiatnM.!! they most assuredly no means local in jts scope, but goes!
follow. 'shall lw>. since he ;is a most devoted far and'wide, even unto the ends of the
i Students are entitled to tickets and ffld '"ri-rtioiis scholar in his campus inspiring the studious and
should get them at the T. M. C. A. cTmsen field there is at present everviT.1i..ation lulling the retired to deep and restful -
1 I which leads us to believe slumbers. One of hi= principal
I CAMPUS CAPERS.M76. tfc >t. in the verv immediate future he'! duties will be to render a mild formof
*; i will receive the honorary degrees of his war-whoop each morning at
je If you want a g.j ." C. O. n. p T>' O and M. TT. M. T). five minutes' to seven from his station -
Our chances for taking a place in M. T. M. P.. which being- interpreted I in the gallery so that all con
the Penn relay seem brighter now T1Psans. "'fo [1 Fountain,Pen and Eversharp Pencil than ever before. The trim, wing- tor of M* S 4 footed quartet that makes our Procedure the'
I up installation of this!' distinguished
We Have Both AtFILLER'S speediest aggregation appear to have official is! to take place on March 4,
nearly attained the acme of perfection :Notice is hereby served to the it may be well to inform those who
having reached the point where nnbIi at larcro and also to those may yearn in vain for his familiar f t '
I ISfflSffl&RB they fairly spurn the lowly groundas rot at laro-e-that C Section Thomas dulcet tones of "high C" calibre that.
they wend their way around tha has annnintpd an official announcer IE all probability, he will be too bus
oval with a velocity that would do It"tf pnHicitv agent. 'After deep consideration ily engaged in preparing his inaugural -
credit to a super-accelerated pack- and painstaking Inve!'tiea- address to give his attention to
if! rabbit. Their form is perfect, their: tion on the part of the committee on the needs and desires of his many
a I grace divine; their physiques" are ways and means, the final decision ardent admirers.

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M. STEIN ..._.......__..--- -. -.___-... ASST. BUSINESS MANAGER I! a close crowned with I !:!
I.. R. B. HOSKINS HAROLD KLOCK MURRAY COHEN j I Eeklar.d. left Gad, ; i I
GLOVER MILLER F. O. SPAIN, JR. PETE HARRIS honor of being the [j jcr
1 in the world for f !:j
I MECHANICAL, DEPARTMENT He kicked 48-yard :
1 ; B. O. SMITH ._...__._..__._...............:. _' _. ___.__ __.__.._._ _uo_._ .. PRESSMAN yard punt, and also :
I Entered at Gainesville Fla., postoflVce. as Second Class mail matter. drop kick.-The : !:j i I ..
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several aquiatic meets I
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; :i Though there are yet more than three months of school Wa::eda University i I
I ahead of us before the term 1920-21 draws to an end, now is tlie send a ebatl team 1 ; 1
; : time to begin making our preparations for Commencement. And States next spring to
: j If our Commencement exercises are to correspond jn dignity and games jn Boston New f
importance with our University in any degree, the time is none eago..
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II I Prospects for a ; [
!: During the tihree and one-half years that the writer has been team aT. the. !I
I r : on the Campus of the U. of F.$ he has noticed a decided lack of next year are very i:
: I interest in Commencement activities on the part of practicallyall 'ept two men of the I I fin

= students with the exceptionlof course, of-the Seniors. Though team will return. fig g ::1
: the Juniors have as a rule sponsored and financed a Junior Prom. : ; !

yet -a rather small proportion of the members of that class have > The following is
remained at the University upon the occasion to insure its suc appeared in a recent
cess.; Even the Faculty, during the past few years has attached Tulane Hullabaloo:
J;: little importance to all appearances, to the occasion, and few ono r We Are To 'b.
; preparations have been made in regard to this importantfunction. The spirit of gentle f
tng in New Orleans. '!

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jjououess the reason for this lack 01 interest upon the part o;: in the South. I
the undergraduates is occasioned l by the general feeling that i it Men no longer rise
: ; r. i3 i only the Senior Oas that graduates, so why not "pass.. the street cars to offer j : l t :
i buck"* to the Seniors' "Let the Seniors make Commencement a starding women. ]
!j4 1 l success or failure," seems to be the popular conception. The tie women out of the I
\ attitude of the Faculty is harder to explain. Possibly the reason ing and rush; to the j ji I
: i for the apparent indifference croon their part rests upon the i that the woman 1
narrow-minded and short-sigh policies of our past Legi Iai I at their elbows will j
i i r<< tures in not providing sufficient fun s for the maintenance of th' livening; papers at>
i& different departments of the University, much less fund for conducting I trend of the times e Peacock"F i
; IF Commencement in a 'style: befitting our position among that some*men left I : : :t
i I ; ;: th /college and universities the South. Use after the stru
I. I first seat to become 1 ; !
:: 'The point is this: 'To make Commencement a real success we )omen may be just \
4 must have the undivided themselves
co-operation of everyone on the Campus.
i '. Faculty included. To hold the :students;; over for he occasion, \"el'few Xew I
there must be attractions other than the Commencement address their hats in

and the awarding of diploma With the termination of the If any one ; :
; *chol year nothing i is more natural than these attraction be in sense of chivalry '
t f '_ the form of socia! ..,ents and! the purpose of this article beauty> in ;
j i : stir up a little interest in th- Student Body in order that the ideas, it should be !: i !
I -i t students themselves sponsor these requisite-activities. It is he who should
j trend toward I.m I.
It is hoped that the Junior Prom i is such an established custom falling in with it.

l ;," that it can be taken for- granted1; that this one function, if no If every Tulane i iI
other, is certain. Then a Sophomore cotillion would be quitein it a point to rise in i I
: '- order and with a class the size of the present one this could "bo remove his hat in m
:;. easily provided with a comparatively small financial expenditure. would be noticeable i 1
i And in the past the fraternities have joined together at Com !are men are to J j ;
; t f.I mencement time, giving a Pan-Hellenic dance. With these are not a guide for I i I
It r social activities and possibly a few others, there is no doubt but for the trained man ;
: that a large percentage of the I
student body would remain over for leader f rot 'a t:
Commencement week. I I
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by arranging such a program as would attract our alumni. In
': most of the leading universities Commencement week is "Home PROGRAM FOR i
Comink Week" for the alumni and extensive preparations I II
made for their
Inasmuch as no "Home Coming I i
Day' was held for our alumni this year it seems that an excellent '

time for same would be this spring during Commencement.y Frank )

The Seniors stand ready to co-operate with any movement t'}that "Honor !: ; !

will mean a bigger.and better : )
; Commencement
1 :? for. If the other classes week than ever >e- ! ; ;! ;
Faculty will .show the same.spirit t "The Man '
r t":.? of cooperation in return:a grand, glorious and impressive Com William ]
: : ., menceBient week is assured; .f- !:
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: :: fro ml 9r. unless)it is bottled! f
; That which we expect
Duty- "
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!i -A life sentence for inose I \'t..
; others. calla- -
marry in haste. _, '
:.. Obaolete. } \Vallace'
r SatUned- Knoeker-A woodpecker. ;
; f Because-The Inevitable excuse. "Excuse

t' ._j*.. _Tightwad man that will* use 'I the Flattery The praise of other !ifi
calendar for five people. >
z&ame., years. I Ir "Eyes of
r / Hope-Breaking a pair to draw a.Ttat Temptations-That which a person
r RUt gig I
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1 r never puts off till tamorrovr.--Rocky
k i A wiici we hart lithe .. :"Madame I
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,:" JOHN MARSHALL I FARR LITERARY SOCIETY.W. creditably and audibly held. In fact,

THE METHODIST BARRACA GLASS I At the meeting of the John. ( Russell King, Reporter). could about be the found only with serious his performanceswas fault that

Marshall Debating Society of the Meetings of the Farr Lit. are tak- that the fellows who had more :;

Invites you to.attend its sessions every Sunday Law College held Saturday, February ing or a most interesting and enter- human-like tendencies along the fuss-

morning at 9:30.: Ii 111, there was displayed by the entire taining aspect. Besides business producing lines round, hardly makean

;; membership spirit that is sure old and new. by which the society impression with his aeolian organs -

We study PRACTICAL PROBLEMS to uphold the traditions handed down keeps up-to-date in ideas and procedure in acti n.

[pertaining to your Social, Moral l, and Economic life. t':i,i to us and one that will keep this society the programs usually includean In the military circles at U. of F.

Visit t in the limelight in all college: educational or an entertaining pa. he is about as conspicuous as hen
us once; you
will comeagain.Cars .
I tivities. Among the events of this! 'per, (or both), and .a debate upor fruit at breakfast in the "house of

will be out from town to take you in meeting was the installation of offij some current issue. etmmons"-tbat is, when ever that

Lets all go! .. j leers, Hon. L. Curtis Croften being During last Monday's meeting .i it I phenomena occurs. When he loosens -

r I : installed as President of the society. I was decided to gather the entire society I up with a line of dope for which

the buck private has no love, the effect -
: for the ensuing semester. Mr. Peacock I : for successful picture for the

-- ---- .... .....- as vice-president of the society Seminole. The date is to be determined is all that could be imagined, the '

automatically becomes ex-officio and posted by a committee, andit devil-dogs of A Company, having

........................... chairman of the program committeeand is desired that every member try such :zeal and ambition to performwell

with the able assistance of Constitution to report for a representative picture. exhibit so many types of the \

Morton there is no doubt The first number, on Monday even- required movement that in comparison -

but that the society will be presented ing's pragram .was a paper by Davit the "57 varieties" would not i

i with programs that will forcibly in :McDowell to create the spirit of a have the show of a sirloin steak at a

&bealftJ struct and entertain its members In literary meeting The regular debate -I MacSwiney banquet. Indeed it is rumored -

,. '0"'.' r .' such a manner as to insure full at- followed; Resolved: "That the that Charlie has 'em so well

j tr, : .. J '.-' ,. tendance at every meeting and the negro be given full political suffrage, drilled that they can execute parade .
1 ? credits to be derived from such at- without any limitation. The affirma- rest at double: time. and improvise anew

t! A Good Place to'- Eat tendance will very shortly become a tive was represented by Otis Mathis method of right-shouldering the

.. secondary matter.A and J.1.. Hayes, who advanced the artillery at every formation, or, to
i be exact, deformation. The abillfv
quick-action committee composedof winning argument over E. R. Millr

Messrs. Getzen. Spain ar'd Caro and I.. A. Wells. of a man who can bring such wonderful -

.............................. was appointed for the purpose of Featuring the meeting was P. J. achievements and into marked being shoal '

i constructing the amendment to the 'weerev's talk on astronomy. Mr. have prominent recognition -

s f { -C' r I.. a.- K"I7i 1 I / constitution relative to the time and I Sweenov spoke not only from a broad on the part of the proper au

I method of accepting new members.By reading knowledge of the subject, but thorities. To say the least the war

he V l' Restaurant and Lunch Room the very prompt and efficient also from extensive practical ex-j department should }jaward the distfnguished \ ...

work of this committee the amendment oerifnce and observation With i' officer an appropriate
FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMENHalf -E."dal of honor and distinction, whilea
list of and illustrations he
" was drawn up and read in 1
a Block from Atlantic Coastline Depot meeting and can now be brought up pointed out the various constituents fittingly large financial endowment
it: should be made to the worthy cause
t at the next regular meeting for "f the universe, with theories and
one 507 Gain svilleFlorid of promoting and maintairing the
adoption, thus giving the applicant hypotheses regarding each; he erlained -
standards of such remarkable accompli
the of anJ
for membershin an earlier admittanceirto continuity space
.') -: & -. ... Cyc the society than was formerlyhe 'in1('. with theoretical conceptions hments.
As a prima-donna Charlie is a re-
vhich have advanced with time and
case. It was not necessary, how
I L,,,__ I ". ever to await the adoption of th* observation. The speaker discussed snlendant idol of the footlights: ther"iect'of

amendment for the new members t"' lhp general appreciation of the stars, admiring attention lavishly
!" stowed by the members of then
be entertained in the "Hall Withon. which is brought to the highest point{
'vder-puff: brigade, and a modptof
Walls," and immediately after ad- nlv by an undertsanding of then.
::vervone who attended the meetingOr Trace and elegance which the layman -
iourrment Messrs. Storm, Philpot
emulate but
'ARABLE mav wish to can
Boyd. Catts and Morton (last two by Monday evening were much wiser
FOR THE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDAmftxwinnx3mHfcm&&sate&iS3H8S3f attain. When h
and ha' lly hope to *
appreciative of the universe than
special favor) were honor guests of
thrrws wide the portals of his! bay .
'before. %
\ the "Left hand twisters and right
hand swing 'urns. who The program for next Monday ev.'- window. and pours forth his inspired ,
were very
soul in the form of vocalized harmony
ninjr will be"Paper on the Life ard
_ Win ;;13: O! ':tl; : gracefully adorning both sides of the the audience involuntarily
"Hall Without Walls" Abraham Lincoln.
comr : to the position of rapt at-
..:>I 1I ma'TMMUI-. t The most enthusiastic part of the Debate: ,
fenti'" n with an expression of dreamy ,
While J meeting came with the selection of a I Itie"ating the"Pesolved.United that the President of -eavc iliness and divine charm upon
JacksonvilleGO team to this I States should be elect"!
represent societv -
i for their \lief maps. Ah, Charles, thon
in the Inter-Societv Debating a term of six years and should lv
I I [trelieibl for re-election. hast power to soothe the savage
The affinitive
After discussion
contest. a very thorough I II beast and the volume to drown all
will be upheld by H. X. S. Jores;
this interest had
of subject and T.. E. Jones. L,. D. Lennard and opposition that may arise!
1 J Jqro arisen to such a high degree that It several other
1 I became manifestedlv" certain that until C. T. Davies will defend the negative There are of Charlie's importantcharacteristics that

last decision is rendered
1 the in
All members could be expanded upon at length if
\ this contest every single member of of the Arts and\ time and space: permitted, but as it is ,
Science College are urged to attend
tn 1&rotqers 1 i John Marshall Debating Society will -the hush cost of paper, etc., being

; be in the fierht. whole soul and hodvto + + + + + + + considered-the sum total of his abil-
gain back into our folds that whr-i
\ + WHO'S .WHO AT itiemust remain unknown inasmuch'
occasions have held
on two we almost
'it rH.= .1.1U I.. ...... r 'F r + (Apologies to Hoskins! ) + RS the reading public is concerned.
'" within our grip forever. Never will
is indeed lamentable
This fart
":\176"CHARLIE a asa
TMted we concede this 'battle until victory + PFEIFFER"harlie detailed account of his hair-"aisinr:
Glasses Fit tec +
ours or the judges' decision has
commissioned leaderin
+ + i + + + + + as a :
Mocked our wav After a very careful
is rather the death-defying, dare-devil bat- _
'e Do Our Own perusal of all available materialthe a unique type of talion of world-wide
Lena Grinding human mechanism, the elements so renown, sometimes ,.
society bv oven ballot have selected l
referred to the U. of F.
well mixed in him that his abilities as
iNo I Delay Oscar Morton and Wm. H. Pie- xtend wide Guards. -VKfruld astound civilization.But .
a Facts
ever very
kett principals and Frank O. Spain
alas! The heroism of
j s-flvtantiate this statajmrent he many a
; r*
! H. CO@s & as against alternate the to Engineers represent in this our society first the hard-boiled foghorned, ripsrorting man has been unrevealed by the light
I' Son, Captain of Company A, duringthe of publicity to the fame that was!
contest and will until the time of his due.
delightful intermission *
: from 11
this debate devote
every vacant moment -
to 1 o'clock, while after the shadesof
velers and Opticians to the one end of receivine thr
Gainesville Kiss
darkness have blanketed the Campus .. me
decision in this contest which would Kiss Cunning
he lergoes wonderful
transformation t
give us a decided advantage in thedebates.
Kiss me quick -
to the role of
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to come. The team to represent 'Cause mother's .
warbler And here his comingPurp'eand
even genius
x e j ; the society in its next contest Wh'
,..- ... will ends not. He sometimes. two or
be selected after the
!!!!ii'!{ 'IIi;: [ battle with --
.t three times a week in fact, dains to
the Engineers. With interest at the When he first came to see her,

.vi .i.if keenest pitch the society adjourned permeate the general atmosphere of He showed a timid heart .

to mcet in its next regular session the Engineering Building with the And when the lights were low-oh
8 1
BON 0 N T ION 0 N'9
f> ., : :cir I next Sautrday. beaming his intelligencerburean radiance that emanates, while during from boy.

They sat this far apart.
[. Refresh
I Tf woman's dresses! keep getting allows his sense of humor to roam But when their love grew warmer
higher and thinner it is nnronfined to the end that '
up to some the 21 And
Complete Line of she learned the joy of a kiss, t
Stationery I t one to pass the apples around again. Seminole may exhibit a kick in the They knocked out all the spaces

; Candies I This should be accompanied by r. erin and giggle department.
-, aiidTobaccoes of allKinds] And tat upcloselikethis,r-Exchange.
r photograph profusely iW stratedI .- One of the hardest worked divisions
'" .J.' I I. Original. of Charlie's anatomy Is that Including
t. ,r his vocal "My dear I'm so sorry I couldn'tsee
Courtesy, Service and Strictly Sanitary apparatus. Duringour
j football you when you called, but I was II
season the pat yearhe
just .
having hair
Most girls with possessed the distinction my
j a strong line eminent
usually of beirer chief I I "Yes, and the laundries are so slog
hook some fish. director of the anvil -
poor -Missouri:
retarding things too"
r Showme. chorus, a position which he most
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THE UNINITIATED James Lot of Comfort a Good Pipe '
i ______ Softly sang the birds that night.As Tribune. \Va.erlIass. a
t k (By Tekectaw) o'er the lawn she came, *-! am the provider for all man \\Te Have all Popu ar Styles] at
: The Alligator as seen by our readers It left a spot upon my heart, kind. Upon me every human being .50, .75, and 1.00 ,
i -, > Someone has aptly and inelegantly Twill never be the same. constantly depends.A .
L a said "Self praise stinks." This is the f : world itself is builded upon my L. C. Smith
: L reason why in the past we have re- She was radiant as the dawn, toil, my products, my honesty.
; : .' mained modestly silent regarding the 4 S' fair as fair could bei; Because of my industry, America, .
f prowe-s and deeds of deringdo of our I Rer eyes a brown, a heav'n renown, DIV country, leads the world. Bet I ;: I :. t. ."II'.w
j pet The 'Gator. Her form a dream to see" prosperity is maintained by men; her

: t" During the nation-wide p&ptt great commerce ia the work of my
: : ". shortage, when the 'Gator might Her lips were like a rosebud fair, go.d hand: her 'balance of trade'
; -: have well laid down on the job, and That blooms in gardens cool; springs from the furrows of my farm. GAINESVILLE FURNITURE CO.
'I l'f'. like Jacob of old, drawn its feet into Her eyes were like a seat at night, "My reaper brings food for today; '
: :! its bed and given up the;ghost, it still Or else a fathomless pool. my PJOW holds promise for tomorruw.

kept the battle line though in amputated "In war I am absolute; h. peace I
t; .,. form, with several sheets miss- Straight across, the lawn she came, am indispensable country's sur-

r big. It still was found in the press Her hand outstretched to me; GEt defense and constant reliance. D. R. COX, Proprietor.
r:i of the fight. Like the heroic With- I took her in my longing arms, ''! am the very soul of Ameiica Phone 86.
;1 ; t"'. sririgton of Chevy Chase fame. it And kissed: her soothfuly. the hope of a race: the balance-
}' f- might have been sung. WHO-WOULDN'T? vi'livel of civilization t
i r- For little we do bewail, "When I prosper men are happy: '

i', f"x JVs one in doleful dumps. Last Wednesday night the prayer when I fail, al Ithe world suffers. j I -
For when its sheets were smitten Service held in the Y. M. C. A. was "I live with nature, walk in the .....................4H4.4+444S
t v Off, led by Lance Riehbourg. Richbourg green fields under the golden sun .
j J; It came upon its stumps. read a portion of the 12th chapterof light out in the great alor.e where .
: ; : 'We have refrained however, from St, Matthew, taking the 36th verse brain and brawn and toil supply man-
; .'> .. all brag and boast. But now a curious *.s the basis of his talk. kind's. primary' need. And I try to do 4 SPORTING GOODS
j circumstance force us to gives Richbourc; took the verse: "But J my humble part to "carry" out the .
to the admiring idea .jayurto that Idle Word of God. .
public some concerning you every reat plan Foot Ball BaseBall Lawn T.
i ;,.....<.-. the wide field of usefulness that men han speak they shall give '*ven the birds are my companions;
> which the "Gator fills. The reptile count therof in the day of judgment trey greet me with .a symphony at i : Hardware of all Kinds. .
at last opens its long silent jaws. ." and showed how in big league the new day's dawn and chum with 6

baseball as'! in other things Idle ;T!(! till the evening prayer is said. THE THOMAS COMPANYPhone
< LIEUT. A TKJ SOX. Word must be given: all account: of'l I "If it were not for me the treasuries :
even on parih.I. I of the earth would remain securely 22University
"M-76." He showed how such men as Ed. locked; the granaries would be .
: I s 'He's just a little fellow, and he's not Cicotte and Joe Jackson had. by their useless frames; man himself wouldb .

: + endowed with years. worth and actions in big league ba< e- <- doomed speedily to extinction or ............. ............

His ways are ways of method, and b!. ball brought disgrace upon themsrlves decay. -4II ___ ___ _4iiit
} S never raand taers; and had, in a> way. hurt our "Through me is produced th?:
f 9 He's' got a knack of getting what b national pastime.The energy that maintains the spark of
.- want accomplished done. talk was enjoyed'by every one life. t Men

I With him its work while working ore?ent. Richbourg is a hip leaguer "I rise with the early dawn and t ,
W but it's play when time for fun. hm self: arid lives as all athletes retire when the, 'chores' of the world tt
<.! oulda ( nri! tian life aie done. t You are Away AsI

; Tho lately come among<< us he is doing From time to time other men will **I am your friend. t t tI
: i all he can, I II I 't-ad these Wednesday night meetings" "r I am the Farmer." WELCOMED AT
I To help u* make a showing, not & I' Come out to the Y. ;'1. C. A. immed I t

I"' merely 'alo ran'* !( iefelv] arter. supper and bring rant* !,e asked the parson to guess her tt t McDOWALLConic
I Resides_ his many duties he fisds time I friends Let's make these meeting age, t titThey
r j to'do h'is part, tl}, part of our ampu life. 1 thoughtless thing forsooth;, ,

} I' ..,. To make our school] a leader, where The good' man dared not tell a lie.Nor I in and make yourselves at home
she Pier make a start Maybe you put forth your best: dared he tell the tfuth. su.w.
I ; -: Maybe you thought till your t

At drill you must be snappy, he will thinker seemed loose. j Said She to Him: I --. .. ... -.... ........ ... --. --.... ._ ..
_. stand for nothing less. About things*never asked in the Be a God and hold rue with thy I 'f
ii'- He hates all slip-shod manners at test. i charms. .er

f.: parade it'" all full dress; Be a man and hold me in thine
r- He knows, however. f'1Hy, what a 'f& stayed till the last went] anns. .
k man can stand: to do, away.\, j Hotel Hilsboro
f And never overdoes it, he> a hum" Maybe you wrote hard aDd long; | Altogether Boys .We like our wo-

i :: r PO'_ 1 being too. Maybe yon pondered .till night followed nen wild and_ our liquor strong.I t "TOP 0'IHETOWN"

: t dare .
I This drilling stuff's not pleasan On a question and answered '*.
I dont want anything Largest All Year Round
: there are thing that rather bore wrong.Maybe When HotelIn
I It everything means ,
I But aft.r all thereN nothing which : you thought that your grade. j Aid I can't have everything you State
has not a few or more: was lot fair I
t ; Anything won't d t
Tho being that it must bV done un- Maybe you felt rather sore; Tampa .
.. Florid
I lea we're halt or lame. Maybe you raand tore up your ---- -----.---- '
; -_ .. It's road much better for us by .a hair nit

mAn who plays the game Or simply exploded ard swore. .--- --, --- : vtErt
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:. -- Mavbe you did and maybe you didn''faybp.
; For the information of all of the
you thought the .right way;
i new Juer1& are interested in the ''aybtC'u did what some others Baird Hardware CO: t
Inter-Society debates to be hell couldn't, =
; S the Alligator is pub1ishin'a =
: ihortly Submitted
to things that held sway.
list of the rules governing these con With this attitude yooVe won tho SPORTING GOODS :

r i' tests. you lost, i I Ii
Tn the first debate will be : i
: year In the part of acceptor, not chooser, KODAKSCUTLERY ,
; between the Agsan the Teacher Tho' the world loves a winner whatever I Ia1v
I. The Benton .gingering Society and' the eo t- f

tie John Marshall Debating Society It's respect ig all due the good
fight it out next: and the winners of loser.I1ONT.
hi-- debate meet the winner! of the i 3
> tbone! 7 Gainesville
} I. first event to determine which will WANT NOTHING t.
t\ u
i aieet the Farr Literary Society, the 'CEPT YOU. J

i winners of last year. In case th I ELECTRIC SHOE REPAIR '
S Ain't got nothing. Ain't had nothing r
: t (: Farr Litts win, the faculty lovinsr cup: : DEPARTMENT ra4ar KuK

r wiH become the permanent property Don't want nothing-'Cept you Ju

1: = of this oeiety. For this reason .great AinTt seen nobody, ain't had nobody.Ain.t : \
1 i ; I tnU-r & and rivalry now exists between loved nobody that's true. :-- SHOE SHINE PARLOR A Af E'S ,1 the thine with men. Under the spell of
I P C PipeS men 'relax, fag ed brains rehoed.
: the remaining societies on the But if you love me -111 love you, CHESNUT'SSHOE The specially seasoned genuine French briar breaks are in sweet tie-.

: Campus. Hut if you want .money-you won't. and few. It wil1 not crack: or bum through. The
J .. do \ D C Triangle ftV
-I >.' -- "I STORE 3 T on the bowl is your guarantee. Ask aol '"
good dealer.
t j .l .It Cect ry-Wine, women aei 'Cause I aia't girt nothing, ain't had

,4 I Jong. nothing. !f "'dOESSatisfaetiea i .WM. DEMUTH Sc CO.. NEW YORK :
:20th Ceatury-Xear beer flappers Dent want Gu&aU s WORLD'S +
j ,-g nothing-"cept you.-Se U LARGEST MAKERS OF FINE PIPES
!.'' i: .- and jazz.-Selected. i, lected. *W j South Side Square i k i

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.'fi 9.. ifififififtfifj!: !: 'FAMOUS: FOOTBALL PLAYS. RECORD OF GROWTH

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: '" : By Walter Scamp. Here's the way "The w.iIi'. !

: : 1 : The following are a few. plays Fastest Growing Man grew: .
: : which I have either seen executed or Came to Tut nL .
: have originated during the fifty years Weighed 119 pounds, was 65.6 \
that I have been a close student of inches tall, had a neck circumference
'. football. of 12 inches. a chest measure-
The New'Spring These formations and trick paraphernalia ing 36.6 inches, and shoulders, 11.2
prove to the reader that inches.
the great game is not all mechanical Couldn't blow the lung tester up

Manhattans ability, but depends a great deal upoM to 225 pounds. t
using the old bean. The head, i.. Physical director called him; "It
should be known, can serve for some. per cent stuff."
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thing[ besides a parking place for ahead Exercised. '

At the threshold of the dawning: new Season we present the guard. Three weeks after:
new Spring Weighs 141
No. I. pounds, 65.7 inches!
Manhattan Shirts in all their splendor, exclusiveness and ind viditality. This play is used from the double- tal has a neck circumference of
quarterback formation, which is being 14.3 inches, a chest measuring 31.3

.. The usual initative of the makers is again evident in the smart effects employed by many coaches. Two inches and shoulders 16.3 inches.He's .
I quarterbacks crouch directly behind still growing!
which stamp Manhattan shirts as a superior product I! the snapper-back, who has a footballin

\ one hand and a bottle of whiskeyin Here's to the man of B Section, r
Nwe Weaves-New Patern Ideas-Immaculate Tailoring- the other. At the given signal, the Dice are his greatest perfection; ,

Perfection Throughout *. V i ii i: two articles are passed back, and to I4 won the pot

: _. ;:::., .. !I. lend a little local color, the prayer "a i penny a shot,
who receives the liquor smacks his I And put it in the Sunday school l lollection. .'

c' The 're Ready lips and starts running. The entire ? .
opposition pursues him so there is
1f ii i nothing .for the man with the ball to :Newly Married Man-How do ypu-
do but walk down the field for.. sell your eggs?
touchdown. Grocer-The good ones are 70 cent .
No. 2. a dozen, and the cracked ones are
'fOur The kicker should chew a wad of 10 cents a dozen.N. .

r gum and before receiving the punt M. M.-Crack me a couple dez.

.. I signal place the gum on the toe of please.-Selected. ,
.. his .. .. .. ..
y: right or left shoe. He will then -- -- ---.--.,.
\ y;! attempt; to boot the ball, but it Win working clothes. The enemy then
Branch at theCOLLEGE. is at your service. + stick to his foot. The opponents o f would not notice that the ends and .
% course will not be wise to his chic half-backs were playing out fora

i IYY 1 enery and look to see where the ball forward pass and the rest would be
went. While they turned easy.
are aroundhe
$ ; !fi Yfifififi! 9Y; ; !fi! .i1 '
: : fififiYifiYfififi: !: 9ifi! i !&.V can pull the ball from the gum and P. S.-The coach should put blinkers -

w i run unmolested. on his own team. -Dirge (Wash. I
ISO. 3.- Univ.)
The following play is not very dig- -- -..
rifled and I would not suggest using
Is a general thing the personnel They told me that
Recently in'an issue of the Balti- it unless absolutely ?necessary. The
nstitutions. is constantly chang By all meansI '
Sun announcement madeof coach should employ a chorus girl in
more an I ITHE
was FOR
Ii old mea going out new should go to collegeSo
sing in. The Agricultural Exten- an enforcement that Johns Hop- I did. walk up and down the sidelines in her ;
kis has made of the honor
system !
.. Division and the Experiment And when I was a Freshman
lately adopted at that school. Two ORAH
lilum Florida
,of the University of They gave me a
jEno exception to this general rule.feey men were forced to retire from school Bible N ORTON'S
and another one quit when called before DAILY
could never be, even though And told me about .
his Dean who were alleged to OVELTIES.ART .
be desirable to soul
_right always re- My immortal V
.'. their experts, specialists and ern have- been caught in the act of cribbing And my hope of heaven. and GIFT SHOP
es. With the passing tof time in examination. This stand And when I was a Sophomore Maker of Picture Frames Wcge Earner
institutions occasionally find that Johns Hopkins has taken in a. They told me

men in the places of the old matter of this sort is endorsed by That my mind was supreme s

ted and tried. Most of such nearly, all the universities of any And took away SANITARY BARBERSHOP '. ;.., ":,' jf' .,..
... 1
standing in the country today, as '..;
ges should not be considered theIt My hope of Heaven. .
of discontent, unsatisfactoryices may be shown by the fact that one of And when I became a Junior FloridaIn -:
For the
Ga-neville : -
prosperous .
these students when applying for en-
but taught to read .
or poor management; They me -" <"
er as the course of nature. trance at this University was forci- Naughty French authorsTo =: the Graham Hotel Business man- },,:

F. DeBusk, assistant boys' agri- bly refused admittance.If corrupt my "- ________ _____ n __ For the -..
ural club agent, is the latest man a good work is not to die and Supreme mind. young ,..;
eave headquarters. He came to educational standards are to be pro And now that I am a Senior Just Arrived Man, who intends <;:.
State to teach in the public moted in the future as they have ad- They tell me .
t ols> of Tampa. His first work in vanced in the past this is a measure That the monkey and I To beMan .
cultural that all schools must adopt and one Are related : Special Value for
extension work was as : The big ,.
ty agent of Orange county. He University must uphold the rulingsin Closely *, .. ,... .
to ineligible students that Students of tomorrow \- : _.
geed that position to accept one regards And show me College ,

the Wilson Toomer Fertilizer another University decrees. In a Many points of .'. Brown: Blue or Gray Worsted l There is no : -
pany. Although this new posi- way this may be an extreme hardship Resemblance. .
'was more remnuerative, he long- to place upon a young man who is Geewiz- Regular $65 vlaue r Better investment .

to get back into extension work. seeking his education, but nevertheless Ain't it the truth thatA 1 Than Real : :
April 1, 1920, he became assist-, it will serve as a lesson to those college education for $40Stepinand -, ,
boys' agricultural club agent in who are endeavoring to procure their 'VonderfulGeorgiana! Money safe and ,

State. He held that position education in a shady manner. take 1 Profits

tahly, .efficiently, satisfactorily A Cruel Landing. a look at it are sure
is not leaving for force, he takes At a Football Game. .My father slipped upon the ice
the work in Lake county. He I First Spectator-Sit down, I can't Because he could not stand; Nick Damato
thru He the glorious stars and)
ransferred to a more responsibleition see you. saw
at a materially increased Second Spectator-You: ought to, stripes; "The Best Tailor In Town"
r9 I've got a pain in my stomach.-Th* I saw-my father land-The Petrel I H. SCHOOEY

W. Hiatt succeeds Mr. DeBusk Book Strap.-University News.
|assistant boys' agricultural club Chem Prof. (to Freshman after
l Mr. Hiatt was county agent "Did Gwendolyn get many weddin explaining in a painstaking way a GAINEStflLE ELECSUPPLY i

scambia from 1914 to 1917, suehag presents?" rather complicated problem in chemistry SELLS the EARTH : I
C. McQuarrie, who is now "Yes; she always does'*-Gargoyle. ): ,

|te agent. lIe was later agent in "Clear as mud," was heard fro 4 TRIO andRENTS :
on county and then districtnt ment Station as assistant entomolo- the back of the room.
for north and west Florida. gist and assistant plant pathologist. "Well, that covers the ground"said .
a number of months he repred Mr. Beyer is a native of Massachusetts the absentminded professor=-Ex COMPANYFLASHtlGRTS tkeTO'ClearwaterFla.

the Peanut Crushers' Associa- and a graduate of the University -
as publicity and field agent. Hens of Kansas. He has had seven Skip This One.

at last to extension work. He years' practical training in the Bureau A good one for the Sophomore

es already tested. We know .his of Entomology. United States chorus: LAMP SHADES : -

,Jifications, and they are all right. Department of Agriculture. His There was a girl f
cated, trained and thoroughly work as a student and' specialist has 513 Cleveland Street
Lined for training of boys, his club been very creditable and he comes to Named Marguerite McClure, When need anything dee- k
k recommended. His She lived down by the race-track, yon Grounl Phone 47
as a county agent beingexcepy Florida highly Floor ;i. -
in and .
work here will be the studyof And all the horsemen knew'er.. trial l, drop see u&J512 .
creditable. particular .- .... ....-. .
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; a East Main Street TeJe.1Jone '
'.'U. Boyer comes to the>Experi- the transmitting of plant diseaseby Gold and BlackJc i s >, E
imsects. .. -
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Continued From Page One) Her lips were so near- '
first and second
And I hadn't the nerve Each team in the Cortiuued From Page One)
! t BaU. consist of two (
preliminaries shall basket GOODS
'Twas the chance of
; Messrs. Truman Green, Bill Brown, a year. Just as soon as the .
I Bie (Htr lips were so near). members ball are out of the Wav,
Ozzie Carl Hueck O. K. Weatherman shall games
In each speaker
I+! _. Maurice Stein Aby ChardkofF: She vas angry, I fear, 1Andiher I be allowed all debates fifteen minutes in which which will be by the 26th of this COMPANY

1:', Richard Herbert Massey, scorn I deserve. nonth, the InterClass and InterMual \
, Knight, In each : Store"
Her to present his arguments. take the : "The Sportsman's _
i' lips were so near- will
f. Oscar Norton and Pete Harris sper.tlast affirmative Volley games -
And'* debate. the. first speaker on the decideu L. & A. Outboard Motors
I hadn't the
I week-end in Tampa enjoying the nerve-Tiger.r hall be allowed five min melight.; : It has not been

L I i SouthFlorida' fairand Gasparilla ---i'athl vet whether to play: elimination or a ego West Bay btreet Phone 7tt F.
1 : i utes for rebuttal. Jacksonville Fit
i t: : carnival. It seems that thnse men tic field? It has quieted down The judges for, each debate shall series of 'games, but it will be decided ."",.. ...--._. I .'
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I ,. thought more of the landing of KfGaspanlla ; : and Is now telling the sweetest story! !be chosen in the following mann r.I upon} this' week and notice will be .Su. ; I.-b i S
t than they did of the landing I made in ,next week's Alligator about i s
| .
:. 4 'i Must be a long story.Thg Each team shall select one man j
of the Pilgrims, as Dr. Leake put .1IoId. shall be their choice for one of the i itIt is hoped to have the game* ,' Ic

I ; it in History class j will jud Tes and the .two judges t.huschosen .i i : laved in the afternoon if possible, :H B. M. TENCH H

Alpha ZetaChapter entertain shall choose the third.. \ Each .: pd l to have them played as s'

I t with a pop dance at their attractive possible, in order to have the Inter t
aide shall hare the privilege of once
i Pete Harris said he sat-brGover- I i : i
! : J' home during the week-end. challenging the third judge. No on" 'lass and Inter-Mural track and field O. Gainesville, 0!
nor Hardee at the races in Tampa. '
the month. .
meet about the last of > < ,-
with the Umversity
t'' have his head, be'- officially connected > '
t It must gone to will made in the V
; heard he back List night at the White House the of Florida shall act as judge in Further notice be
i androrle
cause we oame
up Florida'
issue of the Alligator in or E :
I a horse all! night in his sle Alp\a\ Tau Omega Fraternity entor- the last two debates.!!! tuning
; \o judges of the Inter-Society Debates '.Ter to keep the dates posted.
1 t : 'Ind: woke up with all those around tain;d with their annual YaleritUe GS'
'I shall be members of the'Fal"- The swimming pool has been patchd
! ', :. him trying to slow up the horse. Ball, which was- one of the biggest ultv of the University of Florida. and repaired and will soon be in HOE S

I' Will Drill 'events of the season. NTo rr.ter(-ollee-iate debators han' hape: to" be filled. As soon as it i is .u v
please furnish Truman
i ;g Green some with one a guide of the University -- The ballroom was profusely decorated debate in the Inter-Society debate* 'varm enough for the cold bloods, test ( Site Vidal Drug Comp 1

t ,;. campus. He wants to fird thej with the fraternity colors, sky: the same season. will be given in swimming, first aid ""or Drugs, Statioatry, ToOtt
, A
; and rescuing. swimming team
, library. blue ana gold, intermingled with the Articles CsndiMSo r
r A Colejje Education. will be ,formed also to meet conte .. ,
; b.
! F' We are indeed-sorry that Stuart various symbols of Saint i Valentine. Among the benefits\ to be deriv a tants if there are enough interested. .renir Cards, Wfttenutn" Pea'

i': Hall has chosen the newspaper game. Many novel features were introducedto from a college education is the abil fo try out for the places.Unrequited vs

, make the occasion an enjoyable 'ity: -
He would. make such a nice banker. EVERYTHING ELECTRICAL 11
Ii -fme. \ To crock a polished floor without Love. t:

I The "48" Club held a meeting Wetl' Peppy music of the -Jazz losing! one's balance. .' ITo T saw her on the hill one day,
!i i E; f* dIY night at which 11 members furnish by Kitchens Orchestra o1' enter a reception' .' room without j Beneath shade-tree, sitting; JOS. J. SEYKORA

1 were appointed to draw ug .a consti- Jacksonville kept the dancers: trip.. bll1shin j I tried to catch her ruby eye- fi

;:; ,. tution. The other 37 hold offices from ping the light fantastic until the ,:.o laok intelligent when Shape I J I She only kept on knitting.We -. Ph"..e ..10GaInuTit1e;: Florida f
\> t-black to ceare's is mentioned.To met. I loved. Op bended knee
o clipper and scissors early hours of the morning. name : --- 'I
,1'I ; harpe1ler..a(4rding to experience. Among the many out of town girl get away from the belief the i|11 set my marriage trap; LW.DRUGGISTS: ; & C07 t

the Three :Musketeers" were drafted j With blazing eye, she said to me
I. t f' present were he Mispes! Evelyn J
y The Rexall Store
: In Yorlt during the late "Get off "
leading Xew my !
,''I paper we Btasley I Clementine Baker, Saran emersercy. i I If yarn you yap Agents for. r
note a list of ands, such as: Anti- Balfe. Doris Newman Sarah To fret through the soup courso \
i t fchort- kirt; antishimmy anti- thewtre Hutchaisoi without furnishing material for \' .Dht there was never grief like min !,iggells and Norris' Candles f
; and Laura Hawkins of Jack- 1
1 On earth or in the pit, Gainesville Florid"
phonograph record.
; cigarette anti-joyride $ ,
; anti-
; "onville; Lucile R&ece, Barbam"Knhht. Since this fair
hooch. To broaden the : queer, or ruby eye
" ; anti-chorus .girls and anti vocabulary to th '
Lila Summerlin, Ada'' Hier.s ,
. f' '! Liv! Hall Honacker, :\ :Murray, eXJent that the conversation can 1M''KnitUniversity Review. }}

: j. suggest this for some too. Don't forget Martha :Murphree, :Myrtle :McDuvidEl'zabfth i carried on with a lady.-Rocky M,* ,For Students and Others t

i k t, the Sunday school'club years ago Summerlin: CatherineReete 'i Collegian. Dective-"I can find anything if t Shaves; 20c. Haircuts S5e. 1
, l' ." and Frances Whitehead* look hard enough. \ !
t We Side Square GiinesriSt
t people in the near vicinity ,
-r are Tallahassee' ; Elizabeth Williams, EKz Defective} "You
''i f :r_' learning that University boys ,hate certainly log CXXXXXXXXXXXXXOOOCOOOOOQ
abeth Nelson
:Martha Flowers and Touching. hard: enough.} Record. 1
lee them ride by while they are hoof Florence Harvey of Tampa; Louise first W. S. DORSEY a: CO.

: ;(- .flg it to town; Its just like the old 1 {ILyleonroe of Live. Oak' Sarahifelen At she touebes up her hair Everything in Groceries

: I. l, man said when some &n told him he England and Thyra Smith; of To see i if it's in place; I Carry Your Old Rate toNEW For Goodness Sale Drink

t= was going to off i' And then with DORSEY'S DELIGHT COPFIE'moWoYo'
I' .niarry his SO-yea W'rter Haven; Thelma Harris of Havana I manner debonair, YORK HAT" CLEANERS
:[ old daughter"It's about time." She touches her face.A '
r'- Gladys Johnson of Stetson, and up to. have them '

:, ;- Velma Shands of Green Cove Spring touch of curies behind her ear Cleaned, Blocked and Made\ New '

t't t What has become of the old familiar Besides the many attractive visitors A touch of cuffs and collars, Candy! Confectionery: and

{ t tI voice of Jack Goldsby that use i j many of the 'Gainesville girls And then she's off to Dady dear Cigar Store in Connection
i Ie be heard every a'J>moon the 'I also Imported Greek Candy, 75r. lb. & COMPANY
i I ; on enjoyed this delightful occasion.f To touch. him for ten dollars.
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S. Vol. IX-. tosMAKE FINE RECORDED ION FIVE OUT OF NINE gaktTossers Fr.,m the flaby 3::Their a FAM( 'E~E NEXT THURSDAY E FO s. 1. A. A. MEET IN GAKliMe is Well Pleased With MePmanr performance of the Tteam, Ul'nie j, Cenient of Makini a Good es the g This Ynar. vbKline with his husky bunch GO til set tosSeis returned Thumrsdav NE\TI goodly number of baskcethaUt pdanzling from their belt-it IS H I fa has made a very creditable Orgaun this year and the ether co"f lie of the South are beginning to eti a that the "Baby" TUniversitv e of the main contenders in all All ra -he ofathletics. The entiro delightf played well and it would be a hr f Matter to pick out those who days w4 red all of the time. Bill Madimeeting Roland Moss anid C' Y. Byrdnih. :1 fine basketball and their .fand old ibid indeh to do with the \ijtor the mar an the trip. Hughes. a new ma tre Al played center, showed np well Wfhti di te floor in tood style. Allthtth chcr men showed up to their usete tngwh a last r-ame year. .k agpinit the strong Y. M. a. Seve 'sm, the 'Gaters won their fit, 'tendr wyTby a score of 38-20. The'tetr. a a hard fought and well playthar .iat hotw itrooghout. Madison was the lfl nights ml star of this fray, scoring 22 rsd lorida's pointsPresidad -e next night, the' team played whiched North Carlina Agricultural anid tohicha ring College in Raleigh anil tomdor led them a similar deft. thi' hisuu ,*-IS. Madisonriad Moss vied hty each other hm the number of sionf(I 6tecrede Madison ntlking 21 aohr Mons SCOrIng 121 alub ha is good lutlk ,ull tnot keep unclub ma wer though, It the CGatorn 1o4 of Fl first game the following night' spirit they met Trinity College in ham,E C ates of real 1. The gaie rbt from the I Wte to the en However the rio a mild *tarts fam,. gave V *t rof the st team seem-e-9 ihe final scnr nematter if The core after dO hard scrapping was was fast and harf blow of the referee'd of the game. feat at Durham was 'r V. M I of footh, 'CtITthe worMt ei PEvery mar oul able to wpore at will e was ~O-2 gotirnr beaten seenr the n ext irht GatOr drmppe4 a fa't nime +ry idson Cnllege at Pa'.idson, N, C -seore of 15 ?' u LI !ies thi It is man cet-tog a bott tilt]hi pt, UNIVERSrTY OF FLORIDA, I O LONG TRIM-: GAMES PLAYLi : HUS "48" CLUB Pledg Thei Spoto for the Uphuilding ofrthe Yrt Iuring te Aemaider AND WORK ON TRACK SATlIRI)AY AFTERNOON uped to Perfect a Permanent ization for the Development 'a! School Spirit and (Co-opn. itR who were honorees at 9we iii party given by the mnemthe "48" club before the holiere again the guests at -a held in the Gym Wedresda' After the meeting the Ratt mren alto were the guests of naaiement of the Lyric Thea rogrether every one had a ul time. and it is thought mneetinr will brint, about ', feeling of co-operation and spirit for the balance of the al appropriate selections were I (luring the social hour at before the departure for the Rat Williams rendered. selection entitled 'T'en mn society without a 'wig it Bivens of the "48' club reIwith a rousing speech in' he urged every man present I II in his power to support the stty in school and out. With in! veratility and oratorical he made a splendid impresnall present. Frank Spain. offier in the above mentioned si called for the help of evin in boosting the University rida and reviving the school which has done so TnUCh to pother colleges and universirnughout the country. needless to say that ever, resent thoroughly enjoyed the ether and it is believed that er feeling now exists between men and the rats on th~e CamEn-ilin Z.eta Chapter of the Sigmnt Xii fraternity will entertain wth their first lance of the seasivn at the Elk" Club Saturday night The icvaston will be n mado all the nire enjoyable by the many $irls woare in Gainesville this wr*ek and$ -I-----__----_,-. .r +4* EATER FL-ORIDA" GAINESVILLE. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1921 H"REAN Pi'eaIrERE +B' Pete +Har+r*+ l~i-e tdet f i failed to hear Iir Ba missed a treat. His illustrated, sent home lesson and remember each of uM. back it behooved those points will all welcome to ''ur midst. We him arsl need him It is with a that wVt .ee mnidst again. 'omew time an his ret urn. L B prtoving whiire I while. 'impro' e lasses. Tan rapid he ha feel Pro r fI ,kter last le s E.IM GamuisIn (a4e the Engineers Defeat t ie la*.r. mn Gsame Saturda' Nignt Lhw \,n. Will he lied for Ii r 4 Place. What -WaeI M :rat I 'id I 14 Pme ~ played s0 la-k-t Bail I ua 't ii m XV ir, wAg' hi V: nerAt f A 'hat ham i ann \ ts ai Ti' 'C Li I, a p who kitS: is city td of tb d lettute ft on of thjt tem iy at the the as a man, te ation himthat r$ of exbrt hertence in life in 6eld supposely foreign to'college life, gave advice to the young men cf the unmversiy ~ bow to conduct their ]ife and tbhi-' work so that they would he of mi. v SrVie and secure the greatest amitunt of happiness from life U Going as his theme arn it, vle ion by Grant to one of h is spetibHs Pr. Barker ga'e his lltvrjbrttatiin or ,the true qualities essential to ah px and well balanced ate. T Phee essentials montionen byv 'ran nI :4 qt.C.," ,~ I p s i~ .,. if a aw 'I t e 'trit' anhe I~ pn the i a hat alb tied U' heti :1 I 'L 4 se I gat Large Number of High schxolare Held. TIRAt K IN (.* EAST I hre ir'it Xlen 4% Has Year' Pa-i, Athletic in Li C? i-tV to be the best far mn the Inter nhIii)ow LeagLue "ci Q -a efling im tnt S ween the \2, a! I nme LI and tuiik ati i itA ImmjUteiotfr \ e merd to hi' eIt Ihc e' I 4 iii ,et ba tT a h, d bra liti blity t andt "'C w end ol the: it.i age 21' 2th .)o ti I H 0 u R F. IR Fe lni zal e S e c. d th the of th eamn C W Pe to e 'A of A. nleetr "g" M M 4)in, --Ho i (I rhe a it -i I e V i lii d, fle tweet, tlhe Lxw WI4 01W Of tbO fouzh: lattlesi w"a "hat 'It. ig .rame inig the Law nlnanlt There be played. hut t.ams isubh nnot be beaten, i"l both ',.des wav a V fa: 1 b 1The *'hi ('gh ai As :pped b~ 'iTiavqrs vat n-I to '1 but the tter ii :,tt wv ndi the the I due at.' alld at *.he it. fat tinal vnre was n "S Fir teams waArts a La bI A' I Art Oso U ral e c pn pc or w team i lity CISe al1 a team, of two 1fri, ( tinm. e t,.tient cf the f ILaw, to -Tb, *l', 1 S'ienee U .1 uI d a' If Ente :Mee HAD SRH &P1c l'IlIE IS E\ XX'il lake fiern the (hi Xwill he nii mm it tee. hat fler wN o g i fao' e' tt?, a :et'er which 1' t'lt to ~er\ F S ai d w II we the great exe ifl the ii ~ p~.r Pr, rnth An ak 4 hia.t i-f V LiO SIfl H-h 1> r trt dpt ed fr'on, I:E' r. "I I ml f er ca et tart' psiom i ha rgr ''U ntr 0If in Ar n -hr whi-h *4~ 4, id 'tatr I j ord iit ma] Sha' -nal e Essay m ow II bt he ia that Atsoaati he-e rut s an I-. oe Wdburof .1a of r be Ahk Th ig tviem s ~AI C I nI, t" tr cali.-r IF.n 5 agt'men* C I. Iif k lie ,h I F p .;rr.wmg hroti iL i't Lit the 'aas If bo' Viwih je liiusedI diim, and sJpper cr0 ge "a' WVhitt ,w rorlm leet win be of 'aW X fe-iF' L [:.-2 and '-u. b. M i :L.r V l hjarxs \Xri ti ii'. SN mIi now Sum IO(al flt, a unilen ti-ca(I Klate, Pro I'loft"Qt F ie, ~A bI. I: -i aid He,. H i -e sent in Marc sOLIS XORMAN A air t ar e Em A haen hG o aim Dr.o Axli Plit I ED


THE FLORIDA ALLIGAJJR tHE SWASON "4BARET IADD AWt 1he RI'j Hw k *1 a Solicits the bumineus of College men, guaranteeing correct styles, high grade quality and workmanship KNOX HATS, STETSON HATS, HAANSHOES ROGER PEET, KUPPENHEIMER and SOCIETY BRAND CLOTHES. Giddens Building The Clothing Co. Franklin at Lafayette Phone 2276 Tampa, Florida --r -.-: U ** * I The Smile Foams the Spoon THE NEW YORK RACKET Agent For Florsheim SM. FELLOWS Ifyou wat a Fountain Pen and Everslxarp Pencil Win Have Both At MILLR'S9 loeal if thi Saba, hlawk under Of tlh* Caba, put to FhUt t I her polhee torce under ,uperujs. .e I nlu great tr ae nIO .ope wti I On. battalm irrier, and bhi t .1 r >eateI ra Em for 'S. n curt t FLINT CNEACA SOCIETY MEETS he meeting of the Fhnt t hem wets which was ,aded off dur Atio w1~ek 1 .non V I '. K 41 Lii o and .net atmn was It g 1em 'iately p~ at'),.rL Mr M1 \Manufa. iotied I I-, II ~ I'I' if rnU N he iv. Igi ails u, r ttdl ved was ator enided .ir Une held WV the re-, of ffi( I 'tat i it a mP nmemats i anl Ih r roiaI or Iat te nmr dent at Messrs. Be, g ana futre prozaf~ 4f the net,,n wa a' we'll an -teir tiv* atlckon ren an nrcMr Mat o talk on bhis sebir tict hand *x ,. compi tine l n' 'lnmz thE metl Wis the cu'tomi :r. su'h Th. nxw meetmrg will he held We nc'' 12?3. I W Rreo My tm wve a very mntcresbtne 4 a .It will he worth the tineo is. brhat this I.ture, moreover p* is mmu duty and privilege to attend th 'hinmihal So ct peetngs If ye iie the Chemieal deriartmnent Be (C?8-a1, and their general nbili~s 'an -.,s-d Readire fwmm lpft *. -h the' areC):p 1Re' Qkrm b rt C),dow flnwrhy 14 Streati L''v cantair wrd fl-p. -,I rr 'I'',r Pok ar no the n I' fan' II "tit and 1h nm hi' n IIgi 91em m asters ed -,modern tril tr is a: ly ii,'' ad tI 1T 0~ A. --a IT .do I strh II III' If t1 F' 'I I, Ii C p r Ie. *1i WRo In,!s t Tn "10f1 an that neade +'. eartfelt eoor+4t -upon tavi) r Ii tpraqtur. wi, m 1nn, ra. P Bare pr.A rthe of n-nr n'cp nn$ Mr TMc '':nme worn *1. e' tb[ in -esearh I I. -tV m., r i. it-it 'rv *hF ho n o ,vbb I. 1Tst A'e het, r 'r' ii ' h, -t nqt a, -a i m iire f 1 voted ,r hn ''Ire IU rv rioo i-P M 1' M! 1* n errre+ I Met nor IfIt' Ta, V ar,4 \l'r'le ci','-' -4, + 4,r 4 e.r' d rrj dln r Crs,nr nffiil a *.I, '0 Tb's weg L eu; a: w S *nt h-s : aa s 1St tryout. agar. -t : pose of this is xot &an nut simply to get a i-Id and fo: ,n of the The tt am t, 's the su -V rd ord'r :,n er tur an d LI f -w o I: ai 'f 1 ria -a C a e a LuRE?' 4:r, t*St V *0 V t, -. we AU ii VI, V -I 2 r. I n SHnlv givt'r I, Ia a I'I t .II, I. V. -p I Ti P w' M V. H C 3 T p P .1 t w H, C. -I I WI' fi $1, ~ I b I' t' fa 'am; -C th a' .1 r ide cit *'~T I'll, I,, I' 'I, 1 wsi I p -o 1 4 Ir F nibe.s a a 1**I *,a: h' ifrre piace tv'r RI" C -Ii','' ~ ~ d It' I fij get r III Vt-IPI *1 rI1 v I, -'V e F p r -* '2 I 1 1 C I,' rd r Ch, 09 $1 f~t r Ii '-.+ or I I-'on In, t' a I' C, V *1. r -It' It I' I -I 9 h' HENRY GIDENS CL OTHING CO HENRY GIDDENS CLOTHING Co., bet "0 e a I e .e s an


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