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IOMORES WINtn'ERCLASS ++ + + NEWS+ + BRIEFS+ + + + ++ 1 j,DR. ANDREW\ X. BECK I NOTED EDUCATOR I FRESHMEN LOSE TO 't r,



TITLE; ++& game Gators of trim year.Stetson"F" men in given first ++ SPOKE IN CHAPEL WILL INSPECT i JUNIORS; SOPHS :'.:


RUTSTRIMSENIORS +* sweaters practice to by start Jax Alumni.Jan. 30.Track Dr. ++ LAST WEDNESDAY' THE UNIVERSITY !1 I TAKE IN SENIORS s r !

+ Beck makes address in Chapel. + I j .
+ Harold Proctor to be here next + 1 J I.;
Games of Inter-Class .Se- + week. Dr. Capen to inspect Uni- +. Declared Religion is Advancing Dr. S. P. Caper Will be Here'I "Shorty" Gunn and Mahannah LI

._ played Tuesday Night. + versity. Dickson and John- + in a Stirring Message to Stu- February 7 and 8 to Give Star for Juniors; Seniors Un ,

.SIfIIs Finish With .PerfectS + son to debate L. S. U. + dent Body. 1 Scholastic Rating to Florida. I able to Score a Point., .I';:,

I re. + + + + + + + + + _! --- ; '
Last Wednesday in Chapel Dr. An- Dr. Murphree has recently received With three accurate cage tossers to II'

011 Tuesday night the Sophomores HAROLD PROCTOR JANUARY 26 I drew J. Beck' of Sarasota, Florida, I word from Washington that Dr. S. help them along, the Juniors mam- fl'

e a hard and fast game from the addressed, the faculty and student l P. Capen, the eminent educator, is aged to come out at the Idng l end 'of :
ers by the close score u>f -16-013 Mr. Harold Procter:, the eminent I body on what he called "The Inherent to visit the University on February 1,
the horn with a score of 23-5, with ,
. Lame was hard-fought from be- Irish tenor, and supporting artists, i power of Jesus Christ." 7 and 8 to make a general inspectionof
< to end and not until the finalale Miss May Rees, violinist, and Miss He proved to be an able speakerand i the University to determine its, the Freshman at the little end. in I',

the score certain. Fleta Lawrence his hearers with the Thursday Januarys 12. :
blew was pianist. will appearat impressed an standing among the institutions of game on tIt -
ter several minutes of play, Hait, the University Gymnasium on .January intelligent and straightforward mes- higher learning in America and Eu- was a fight from start to finish.Gunn i
.115t and plucky forward for the 26 to entertain the students sage that helped them to realize that rope. While here he will also speakat and Mohannah starred for the J,

mores, made the first goal, and friends of the University with a the church of Christ is not failing, chapel.Dr. Juniors.. while McClendon and.. Smith t
dish was quickly followed by one program which is the second furnished 1 as has been declared by many, but is Capen comes to Florida as were the shoring lights lor tne rresn- 1 J

Scott for the Juniors. Hait by theRedpath Bureau in the Lyceum -t advancing steadily in spite of great rector of the American; Council di-I !
men.Not
:Me.two more goals in rapid suc- course. handicap. Altho admitting that the Education, which has recently been so successful were the Seniors ,!.

eon and "Shorty" Gunn respond- Mr. Procter has sung thruout the I late war was proof of many grave asked by the leading-nations of Eu- who lost rather dull game to the.

d by one for the' Juniors. At thisPint II British isles in company with the t defects the yet to be evidences remedied,of he further pointed rope,, as well 'as the United States Sophomores by the score of 270.: The 1

the first half ended with thej leading singers of England. He has progress-the to many spreading of the gospel government. pass on the rating of Seniors were clearly not in the classof J

fare 1-5 in the Sophies' favor. At traveled thruout the United States j to the pagan countries of Japan, all the colleges of America in accordance the Sophs, who outclassed them i h !

beginning of the second half, I and for: twov years ,was tenor soloist in."i China and India the great relief with the international standardfor nearly every stage of the game. Frequent -
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Paris tossed the ball in the basket a large church in Los Angeles. His ,work now being done by America and institutions of higher learning.This fouls were called on the Seniors 1 i

for the Sophomores. The Juniors 1 1 voice is one of rare beauty and power :t other Christian countries for the rating is not to be in conflict white\ the Sophs foul list showed not '
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i fee back at the Sophomores by.clever -.I i and ,all his numbers are rendered ,stricken nations of Asia and the with, but in affirmation of the rating a single one. Ferris and Brumby i'

! team work. "Shorty" Gunn got j t with a refinement of tone. ,i I Balkans; and, since the establishmentof which! was passed upon by the University were the shining lights for the second j jI

lour goals, Ferris got two for the I :Miss Rees and Miss Lawrence, his' American independence, the great of Illinois a short time ago, I year men, while Scott and Redman i
i I Sefhoraores. while Smith threw out i i accompanists, are both well equipped ,,good which has come to the nationsof I' and will be much more comprehensivein i were the bulwarks of the UpperClassmen 4.i :

1 i ia from the center. The second half by training and,by nature for their] South America thru the enforce- 1 I'I. scope, in that it applies to both I both on the offensive and i iI
I
:TO in doubt from the very start. place in the program of the Procter,I ment of the Monroe doctrine. I foreign and home institutions.Dr. the defensive The lineups and r )

Erne and again the Juniors would't Company. j His address had a humorous, as Capen is eminently suited for I scores: ":

/iQ.1 ahead of the Sophomores; by a f.'well as a serious side. He prefaced: this; work by reason of years of study Juniors ((23) G. F.G. 45F.Gunn I

jelnt only to have the SOphles=i atch t Rat, when at home CImstmas; ':this talk by reference to, his own col- and practice. He is a Ph. D.. of Har- I "Short ," F. ___.4 O.... b "
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1 Am again. In the last few minutes j "Shoot the bread." a lIege days. He is still a student. vard, has studied extensively abroad, Stanley F. ........_____O 0 ,1 I''
4f f play, the Sophomores%gained a 3point -. !t His mother: "What do you mean '\,"Sometimes I am not as diligent perhaps and rendered valuable service to the I Thompson, C. ____._....3 0 :1
lead and held it until the closeof j| by 'Shoot?" I as I ought to be; but then, government during the war. His -impressions 1\Iobannah\ R. G..4: ; :.,G I j',

[ the game. Hait ana Ferris were i ;, Rat: "Why, mama, that's the!: J I that only makes me all the more like' while here will mean muchto White, L. G. .._......_.__....0 0, '.' '
stars for the Mess Hall word." you, doesn't it?!" __ _u..u.O O I.:
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tr ;..?, ,f<...11-blooded American
and Paul atguards .c I
Sophies. Matthews I i will be of the best. -
were playing jam-up ball and : Ferris F. ___.._...--.3' 2 0 I ]made us know it all thru his speech. On Wednesday, February 8, he will 11 1 ,2 t,

f I Butler, F. _____.._______-0 0 0 I][In closing, he saidr "You may thank address the student-body at chapel."A Freshman ((5)) G. F.G. F. i

, James, C. -_',--..... ._-0 0 0 I!:your God that ycu are an" Americanin McClendon. F;*';..:U_______..__1 0 ::1 I

of ready hands of Hait and Ferris forjthose I Matthews, uk. G.> _0 0 0 i iI' an American college. Dirge to a F. L. E.M Smith,'. F. _L!l- .._.........0 0 ,

winning baskets. Gunn starred i __.......P. ,.o. 0 0 I "It used to be when at a 'hop Coe, F. ...,..__..._.._. _-...__..0 0 i I 1:
tfor the Juniors, while Scott and Stanley 'I Paul, G __. '---:-."1"0..",. 0 GATORS HAVE HARD Whether I could see or not j I Connell, 'C------------.0* 1

played excellent ball. -I II SCHEDULE FOR 1922 A little finger was raised to me .Flood, L. G. ..-_:" .. ,.***.0" 0 r 3 f ,

!i In the first half of the second I 7 2 01' And I'd respond, 'I j, Klein, R:.G. I. .,-....I I.I H III'L _0 ;
}!tame! the Seniors upset all dope by Juniors ((13)) G. F.G. F.. t The 'Gator football schedule for 'Yea, brother F. L. E.'" f[Matthews, R. G. :_..__.0 0 1 :
I Stanley, F. __ ._ ...0 0 1\\ 1922 is fast rounding into definite
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I bolding! the Freshman to a low score. I --- -- "That little finger now is still; > f
_____ __________1 .** 0 u the .
to announce-
:The team work of the "rats" was up Scott, F. shape. According No longer that voice so shrill I 2 1.,3., l

Ito* the minute, but they just couldn'tto I Gunn, C. ......._____________'._5 0 Oj I'I'I ment made last night games have Greets me whereever I be Seniors ((0)), G. F.G. F. t J
in the basket. I Mahannah, G. ._.__:___.._0 1 0 j thus far been arranged with the following With those kind words _... f
ball
to put the i Scott, FBoswell. ...._..._____ .0 0.;; 1
;Time and again easy goals were White, G. ________ o 0 0 j t : I Yea, brother, F. L. E.'" F. ___....__.....__..00 2 i

)n!sed. After two minutes of play-t ii October 7_Furman at Gainesville. I Alderman, r.. _..____.....__..u, ,u'U.A

>Sag; Smith made a goal for thereshmen j' 6 1 't October Washington \& Lee The efficient manner in which the Simmons, A. C. _________.0 0 1
F. I
G..F.G.
,: followed by one from Freshmen ((32)) (tentative). Team was managed last fall wasbe.ond Clock. G. __.__...._.._..0 0 0
!:Then Dyer and Fahs both made Fabs.\\ Fahs, of. _____._.__5 0 0 I October 21Rollins at Orlando doubt a large factor in the Redman, G. ........_.-_...0. Q 1
,for the put Smith. F. _-_._1= 0 0 i (tentative). .
'ratst while Norton ,splendid showing which the Gators Cooper, G. '-".. -""' 0 0 0 t.
> half, the Norton, C. _---_---- ---5 0 0 October 28-Date withdrawn. { 0(27( ) '
pretty one. In the second I made. Dick Stanley made great ( ) G. F.G. F
t[Seniors held the Freshmen scoreless I Entz, G.. __---.---..1 0 0 !: November 4-Harvard at Cam sacrifices in order to see that the Ferris, F.Brumby. ....__..____...____.2 .' :1 e
fcr four minutes until Fahs threw intwo I Roasch, G. _----3 0 0 : bridge. I squad lacked nothing and tbor ug- F. .... ___. -_.2 1 0 0.

: pretty ones. From this stage of Cooper, G. _..____.__ _..1 0 1 l November ,Mississippi College I ly deserves the high regard in whichhe James, C. _.... __.__...___.1 0 0 >

tiie-game up until the finish, the at Tampa. is held by the student body. Robinson: F.' .___._...4 0 11 0
0 1.i ii Tulane at New Or ,
16 November 18-
"rats" had it pretty much their own I F.Dyer ,I I II : Matthews, G. _..------.-2 0 Jf 0'
"* 7. Norton made three goals, i Seniors ((6). > ,9'G-' ;; : leans. PHI ALPHA KAPPA :MEETING Leonard" G. ?_.._____.0 0' 0
..2'.2 0 0 I .Oglethorpe at At-
chile Roasch got three and Entz one.When F: ._--- November. .* I Jackson, G. ______.._.--2 O : 0
___ :......: 0 2 0 lanta. ; -
, the final whistle blew there Klock, F. -- -. .3, -
v stood 32-6 in favor of the "rats." I' Simmons,',C. -_.-..0: 0 November. 30-Clemson at Jackson- Phi Alpha Kappa, the honorary 13 11.j _
Tabs G _,_. __.__:_..O 0 0 i ville. agricultural fraternity, held its regular -
and Norton the stars for Cooper ? : .
: refereed thegames. twe
were Manchester ..
the Freshmen while Entz and Roasch i Redman, .G. .. .......0 0 0 t December 25-Louisiana State at meeting Monday night. Routine Dr. [: ,
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I -. I Havana, Cuba. business was transacted and the following l- .
did great work at the guarding posi- : tj
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I 2 2 0 I The schedule outlined by the Uni- Ag. students were elected .
.tion. Dyer and Klock were the out- Manchester -.refereed both yeniiy' authorities is conceded to be members of the fraternity: Seniors: A pale-green ra appeared .one FrU =
Dr. t
standing players for the Seniors, Wm. H. McBride; R. F. Chatham
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one of the hardest that the 'Gators ; day morning with a dollar trifle Redman and Cooper,.the plucky"We games. Juniors: C. E. Abbott, L. D. Stewart, 1 1"and
Standing of the Classes I have ever had to play and it is ex- beneath :his pin.
pledge
guards, held down their position and A. J. Geiger
W L Pct. pected that intensive training will be "
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a why do wear that? rat
Perfection, breaking up many ( .! you
_3 0 1.000 I required to round the team into
seemingly Freshmen goals. The Sophomores No. 2 asked.
lineups sure Juniors ____ _..__.2750 shape_for its opening number in this beat in the whole Southern territory; .

' ophomores and scores: Freshmen ..__,___-__ _____________.__1 2 .250 I city"with Furman. Furman, it is having held championship- of "Dhyrat No. 1 replied, proudly,
((16) G. F.G.. F.. .._.0 3 .000 stated is one of the hardest.teams to ;North.Carolina.this year. "I'm a member of the' !wait: F. ....._..... ___....( 0.i:1; Seniors _' _' :
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FLORIDA ALLIGATOR
TW6 THE -0i _

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f 1 ,.. =aCAGE COMMENTS. YVYT T V yV YTY

:; fTHE i I\ The ease and "effectiveness with ..
i UNIVERSITY BOOK STORE
: : I which the Gators handled the Hat- GAINESVILLE FURNITURE COMPAQ; ?'
: j II,ten last Monday night proved beyond i
' t f Basement Language Hall l l a doubt that Florida has one of
: j Victrolas and Records
the best cage teams in its history. I

: j New Line of University Jewelry and Stationery, Last year the Stetson quintet had .

i Large Assortment of Pennants, Freshman Caps little trouble in walloping the Flor- .
r Memory Books, Etc.Everything ida five in both games played. As : : :
, D. R. Cor, ProprietorWeaver's Telephone. Cl .
l matters stand now it is almost certain -
r : For the Student that the U. of F. tossers will represent .

# 1. the State of Florida at the : ..... :... .... .... ... ... .... ... ... .. .. ..
14 L Lt L ....:. 1 0 r ".....' S. I. A. A. Tournament to be held ..............-_- -- y.
Atlanta.
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# t. I If 1 i, Coach Klice's proteges showed I It Steam Laundry

{P ; r I I DROP IN I I mid-season form in the first game of I FOR
I r the year, which is a notably indication -,
f ono F STOCK, :' t of the splendid training they t HIGH CLASS CLEANING AND PRESSING

i have been receiving. With a few I

:; TAILOR' I, more games which will be 'played -
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here to get them into still better
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.t p I form, they should be in great shape
; Alteration Cleaning Pressing I'r for the road-trip to be made thru GAINESVILLE PLANING AND COFFIN CO.

: Phone 354 Gainesville, Florida I Georgia and South Carolina from Flooring, Ceiling, Siding, Finish, Complete Home B2&
i1 ;jI 1 : I Jan. 30 to Feb. 4.

4 __ -- ... .... .... .... ...I, Daily Capacity 25,000 FeeL<< Gainmi,ft I
Moss was one of the shining lights.., .
,1 ................................: .for the Gators in the game with -
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I 1" ; t Stetson He showed dazzling speed '.. 4II -- ... .... j jt

I :; 4 AMERICAN SHOE REPAIR COMPANY S, and a wicked shooting eye that 1 t :
:: t brought results. At the end of the J SEE KESSLER

:;: i : AND SHINE PARLOR I I I game he had 21 points to his sredit j jI For all kinds of Hauling and Moving. In case you need!ved]
__ '_ 5 of which were made from fool, .
!: .. shots. His dribbling was a feature CALLNWBES9
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;1;1: : -- Louis Eludes, Proprietor ,, of his playing which the Stetson t 1))l_ _ --.r.4II5o

PHONE 139 guards found hard to break up.
f ; 115 W. MAIN STREET, N.
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't t N. D. Cooper Agent; Boom 13, Bocksantm fcCheckH Byrd performed
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tbrilhiant1r
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I !i........ ...... !!|!,' !lIeti at guard during the entire It I I DORAN'S BICYCLE SHOP
il. I'game* $ always there when
: \ i : TBMii ,. ">( ''ii ''Hi ilHI' .a S5J 3 a '
,f icarte I to breaking up plays and it ACCESSORIES
4.j S BICYCLES, AND REPAIRS
PICK YOUR- W.-.YTO J is largely due to his accurate and
I : r t timely passing that the 45 points BfgfBfgfiffiiffifiHgjgJim :z _

: i i: The Gainesville Cafeteria I!I rolled up by the Orange and Blue .
I
.:machine were made possible. 1'N.

ACROSS FROM A. C. L. DEPOT ', f Y. HATTERSWe
\ i Xewton played a jam-up at f
I = The best place to eat after all. Our prices are as reasonable !'Board, holding,tha Hatter's star game forward clean and block your old Hats, all new styles

as you find. The flavor that motherV cooking has. t'I Hay, s() well that be got away i and shapes. See CLYATT TAYLOR, No.42 Back-

_l i for very few trials for the basket 'I man.
"ASK THE COLLEGE lIAN'-HE KNOWS" )
t He showed wonderful
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\ :, $5.00 MEAL TICKETS FOR $3.90 I 11 j to smother the would-be ringers"!. ... - ... -- .....
l 11 of the Delusive Hatter forwards. He '
J: IJ a '[was shifted to center during the last I i I CHESNUT'S SHOE PARLOR :

|:few minutes of play a position which\ j jI SOUTH SIDE SQUARE

{ .. UNIVERSITY MEN ALWAYS WELCOME ATMcDOWALL'S i,:he idled in fine style. 1 q I Electric Shoe Repair Department Work Guarantee t tt
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i! Duncan at center proved to be a "j J 1 t SHOE SHINE PARLOR t

11 |jumper of the class-A type His ], - ti

;weight, speed asd passing were large j N - -i
il; ICE CRE.UI l
factcrs contributing to the downfall'!I JOHNSON'S PHARMACY n

H i PARLOR ( Florida's old cage enemies. ; Drugs, Medicines, Stationery, Toilet and Rubber Goods |,
I II
r We guarantee personal attention to Prescriptions. W |
Miller !
; 1IAUYOURSBL.It.TBOJE played a fast, aggressive .
; idere'
:; I f purest drugs used. Low prices. Quality cOn
I .game, in fact, probably too nach so,_i, t tI

:' Agtmey HftKaeswoiih's UMSM Candies |as he had several fouls called oa him.[I,d I-- Gainesville-. -Florida. .-. .... .. ..
1 1I i He did good work in passing and f
I !. showed ability in the shooting def -*"

f!partnest.:: ahho he did not get many; I DO BUSINESS WITH l
1' HUTTO AND SCHOENBORPTTampa ;iehanees at the basket I If :
I j Flat J i THE FLORIDA NATIONAL:\I i ,

I I ICE CREAM LUNCH AND CIGARS 4 f Potter, altfco very light and di- t .
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f inizxatrre. !Ii Hie New Million Dollar Bank" Resources OrerggiKmianmrnzia $2.50li
was so fast and accurate
5SS Franklin Street --
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I I f that he tossed *esa is from all angles

'. :witort regard for the presence of|II.. rzn.: .nPTHE
{tie Sietzstites. He was adept at it
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L SEE i geeing, the icfl eat of tight places'!'E PHIFER STATE BANK I
and ia position for -
Vidal Drug: CompanyFOR sccrmg. |

: I DRUGS, STATIONERY, TOILET ARTICLESCANDID I :' "Sberty": GSBS-- ---t ot LI Strong, Safe and Accommodating I IFL
played a good game i 1C:j
SOUVENIR CARDS W.TEP.M.PESS at center. while be was always oai! : ZrlJ .aaiajamaiaaas P
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I .........---- .::..,. sphere tie job w&ere wiea it it case lelecged.to keeping the f j. -

.' I Popular Goods at Popular Prices atBURKHIM'S
Gray at
guard zbxrsred
Glasses} Fitted a flashy,
awe: style cf
I playing that was
s a sore spot in th< side of Stetson'seizsplcesiip

Eyes Tested : how- I. -

Brmr.y, CoLea -*-
azd: Halt were a
'_ {trio wiso sbsred cp well fer-g the I GRE NBERG'S( QUALITY STOBB
I Broken lessee aimed SB He hear'a tine: they were is. Br=iy and
tiRe j Comma are cf last year's seas Mare I A Complete Line of Gents' FOur

players cd tie first ***.**. Halt Prices Will Sit To*
c.. H. COI SOt'iI is at far
fcrszrd and is "I
I'Ccaei. SEne's Ge of SOUTH SIDE SQUARE
crt
0 -_ "' ert .e t6u-
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i The AJachua: Restaurant and "I ; J1
Lnch Room
'noy fat a3c ,,
a iu tk """" Now that the holidays are over and by chance JOB
REDUCED PRICES Asd d.e >sdi4d ias trcsbfed I have a watch out of order of jewelry
/ For La iks and GeaUescB I feafW; or a few pieces

JWl I oick fret -\Uaatk Cwt Lie Dearest, I ba.fJ Sf *_ >bEea: I need repairing, TRY US!

L Ply it; : ..i&t t fig L. C. SMITH JewelerPA.X
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THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR. ,. PACE THRRfo,
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MEETING IN ORLANDO ASS'N, .......... _............ -......... "'. .... .
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LYRIC I DEC. -27-29, 1921. : ,

The annual meeting of the Florida :. '
Educational Association was held in
THEATRE.
Orlando- Dee. 27-29, with Mr. W. S.

' Cawthon presiding.The t Students ATTENTION I!

)Ionday-Marie Prevost is"NOBODY'S nificance.program Some was of of the unusual beat talent sig- I1i

FOOL" in. the state and in the nation
4i was -=-4 -';' "- :!:i 1 ., '. -
T\feSday- engaged for the occasion. Music of i z,, '
"ROMANTIC ADVENTURERS" the highest class, addresses by distinguished -
educators, and a large, +
number of sectional
meetings
con-
Wednesday- stituted the salient features of the i
"HEARTS Justine Johnson TO LET"in '- gathering.A We take pleasure in announciug that we will be represented // S. '

Thursday rare treat was given those who t at the University by Messrs. W. M. Robinson ; ..

Viola Dana in [ attended excellent the program general of sessions music was, for ren-an and G. J. Baya, who will be glad to take your orders ; ; { t

"FOURTEENTH LOVER"Friday dered at the beginning of each of for anything in the clothing line. After your exams. ;
these
meetings.
Among the speakers -
K "ONE ARABIAN NIGHT" were. Hon. W. N. Sheats, State : we will have a representative down with a complete 1 I

i Pola Negri superintendent; Irwin Bacheller, line of Spring models, and samples of Shirts, Trousers,
whose
Satnrday "A Man for the Ages" has
r Norma Talmadge in proved such a recent worthwhile ad- I Hats, Etc. ANNOUNCEMENT OF EXACT DATE
"SIGN ON DOOR"SPORTING dition to American literature; Dr. II.O. : '
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will be made later.
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GOODS .'l, The following officers were elected .. t W. M. Robinson, K. A. Hann, .G..J.. Baya, ; ; .
C. R. M. ofVolusia / '
Sheppard superintendent ';
Mrs. Ramsey. ,
r Tennis Football j I i County, president; R. L. 0 ; ;;
Turner, state .. '
superintendent of rural :
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Roemer, chairman of the executive'. < : '

1 QUALITYSERVICEBaird committee. The next meeting will :! E s Everything: Men and Beys )V ear' i d dir r
be held at St. Petersburg. ('
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that track practice will open on Jan. 1'1'-
80. He urges all aspirants to cinder .
path honors and a track "F' to turn '
S HOE S out the first day in order to get a 1 :
running start on what ,appears at .. Jacksonville, Corner Bay and Laura 1 :I'

H B. M. TENCH H present. outlook will be a successfulyear. .+ 11':

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S H Q E S will not suffer for lack of efficient .. 1 e i

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worked extensive up. Georgia schedule, Georgia is being Tech. Pennants Banners I

"! University of Tennessee, and Dickinson i. '
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J WORTON ( concerning meets; and it is .
I'I OVELTIES II hoped a meet between all the collegesin ..1" k
I Art and Gift Shop the State may be staged on Flem- : lOWS. ;
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J. W. DRUGGISTSTilE M'COLLUM\ & CO. Rouge, Louisiana, where thse con- : .. Just received a new shipment of all-wool Felt Goods,"and" t
tests will be held this year.

REXALL Agents for STORE GONE, BUT"NOT FORGOTTEN.Many i we invite you to call in and see them. .P. c -L... *.**.* 3:

Liggetts and Norris CandiesCainesville i tI
Fla.. are the kings who have lost
their crowns, and numbers of the nO- ::

DR. TENCH bility have fallen to low estate, but I > ; MILLER'S
Dentist we may truly now class among the ,
throngs who rub elbows with the hoi-
Office Graham Building 4
polloi, one ex-Duke Baya. For we t
Office Pkone: Res. Phone: i
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are informed from a I
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that the Duke was btset by
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I r W. ; DORSET ;CO. 1t J and of his dearest POSSESSION.For ,

t tt what, we ask, is a king withouta Mr. and Mrs. Sam Ham returned al days of Mr. and Mrs. C. Stuart Peebles_Gainesville Soa Dec. 23, _
| Everything in Groceries J duke without a mustache -
crown, or a from a delightful honey- ; Hall in Miami and returned via Winter -1 1921. _
Drink |I We recommend, as a restorative yesterday ..,.. -.
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trip on the East Coast in their : Haven where they spent a brief
Cure, moon j.
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!, I:! : EDITORIAL DEPARTMENT Joe Merrin: "I" don't spit fancy, ,I THE HART SCHAFFNER & 1\1ARL._: 11 j
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I;', t. .I ; .... .. _... ......:_ ; board Bunnie is worth Smith two: "A at their boy seats at but the 4, STYLES FOR FALL 1,92EARE "t I

., rl! Henry Puller ....:.:---h_. ....._--...:..=--.--..--....... .-._-.._.._sports Editor its a long lane that has no ending." {
.! "I'I' Robert Pierce" .. *_ _....____Society Editor :, I '
'Ii'. : .. Harold Klock __--.u----------r---:. .-.__ ..:_._........-'....__,___..-BxchangeK. : Francis Parker: "Dont.worry. NOW READY :> ; i
I j "I.f i'I ,' K. Hansen, Ozzy Bie .___-------__...._..._._....__._..___...PersonalsSports way.about. ", my hair, boys; I was born,-. ', "that. t = .' -.. '. -,_. r,.";:.. "-,, ,'

,!t !11"} Editor _.__.__...__..___..________ __________.._. ._____________u.Richard Sias : Dr. Crow: "These men may go to : ; .
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:! REPORTERS W. M. Tillman: "Call me._, at six oae-th 'd lower than those Fall 1920. .. .....
;f.rf; 1 Ed. Woodberry, William Parmenter. Beach Hazard,' J. D. Wheeler, Fred I James." -. .. .. -
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Mansour, Frank Elmore, Rolf B uckley, Hulert Weeks, William DuBois Mac Martin: "A soccer t football ". .. '-' .. t:4.: .i"=H.1'" -, '
.. y.:. L. L. Thompson. sure leads a fast life. i
i ;I "t-'" BUSINESS DEPARTMENT Geiger"Why did I come bade .t:7: : ;
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i,Aleck White L ___.Business Manager i three days early? The trains don ..,,:,-.. ". .
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three days early I'd be
i 'i Entered as second-class matter, September 23, 1912, at the' p.st ffice atGaieesrilleh'Ia. days late" .' .I I. .'...3't'l; .-- ;,,

; .. ..... ., alder the Act of March. 3d, 1879. End "Wouldn't she pass' inrush a. -'

I .Rase. :-The 'Florida Alligator, $1.50 the yur.t ?" I il I
t y. __ Abbott: "If she ran fast enough."I j| .:.
3 J,: ; JANUARY 20-OF A SANE :MAN THERE IS ONLY ONE SAFE Bostwick: Nothing has ever been -:
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; DEFINITION: HE IS A MAN WHO CAN HAVE TRAGEDY: IN HIS on II IIChillingsW"orth jf t
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'. HEART AND COMEDY IN HIS HEAD.-CHESTERTON. '!, ,
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:'t:/ il.# AMBITION forth from. 103 Thomas to' Science _: .,.' ; : _
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The little posters that we often see: in business men's offices ; .
Dr. Bristol: "Mr. Harris, what is !. .- .. ... - .. .;; -
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t. II i} !f BO forth}, are put there for an effect which bOiled down and con-T J I Pete: "Well, Doctor capital is that >

,L centrat_ I" II',i t this is true then there could or must be a family of these abstract i might have been that intangible

I qualities. Great writers have said that be'rjpi, is such a family, something which it could not possibly
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whose if
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family tree, recorded, would appear thusly: Ambition.

r 1 l; the father; Wisdom, the mother; Honesty, Duty: Ability, Sobriety i that made mystic it utterly something impossible or other to which be

I t ;1; and Love, the children. How nice it woul ,be if every college man to something or other else. ..; .-;f ""
1 ;:j would make it a point to wed into such a famih"'. The last resting j Hinckley: "Well I must be off." ,

It. place of this family is the land of SUCCESS. No man can possibly Sias: "So I noticed myself." I I:1

;!i come into this happy land unless he has at sometime or other I Johnny Hall: "All Gaul is divided .
r'! been burned by the fires from the hearth of this old man Ambition. into three pans." '-'-. ;

:(j ; 1l The reason for so many failures is that too many people are forever 1 I j\! J.Dick Hall Johnson: "Yoa: bet"Yes and?" you've'__ got ,I Is a vacufinj: !1-i.1

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e .'1 drenched with the fluid*of irresponsibility which is a sure j all three of them." i 1 1

) :.;!: quench to any flame of ambition. College is one of the few places i Fresh.: "I know more about this j
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; ; : fwhere an opportunity is afforded a young man to thoroughly dry j I joke game than the editor does.;. i ,.
I' { :. himself of this liquid death to success. The opportunity is afforded Soph: "How come?" .-' ., i ...
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get acquainted the above named family, the children -<
;t,; of which are all GIRLS. It is of course left up to the yoiing 1|' stuff This I submitted ami it was original."' TN an ordinary furnace materials burn or combine with tit:
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,: .tj;F3//1' man to do the rest after his introduction to Misses Honesty, Duty. j i arral.' P- oxygen of the air. Melt zinc, cadmium or lead !no an,>

I 'q; Ability Sobriety and Love. But above all things a college man Frank Hunter: Say, Bin may I .ordinary furnace and a scum of "dross"appears, an un.0:]

'i :,,1 I may not hope to get along with this family unless he gets acquainted -I borrow your pink) shirt!" purity formed by the oxygen. You see it in the lead pot '.
I iH i with the Old Man. It Bill Madison: "Sure but why all that
:; jthe formality!" plumbers use.
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The Masqueradera have changed the name of their new show. !I "That's the guy I'm laying for." In a vacuum furnace, on the contrary the air & .

I .f ; It used to be "DOLORES;" now it is "SPANISH NIGHTS." If j j muttered the hen as the farmer cross I pumped out so that the heated object cannot combine with .

; this show is at all like those Spanish nights we have read about i in fed the yard-Puppet. oxygen. Therefore in the vacuum furnace impurities art
I f S some books we can assure the business managers that the University Dr. Davis (in Geology): Mr. Ferris not formed.
S :j I boys will be there "en masse." can you give us the name of the I
. I j I. largest diamond?" Clearly the chemical processes that take place in the} --

t I., -. A bomb fell into the ranks of the staff of this paper when the Floyd From all Ferris indications: *Tte ace itwould, doctor." l two types are different and the difference is JJDPOrtaDtI .

: Rotary; Club of Tampa served a subpoena on the Editor-in-Chief+j that Stetson will experience ecmsidi seem- I Copper for instance, if impure loses in electrical cdixsic* -

; j to appear before their court A La K. K. K. (meaning Kome, Klean, )i erabe shock from intimate contact tiv ity. Vacuum-furnace copper is pure. .
I Konfess) in Tampa February 8th. to with Check Byrd and his crew.
answer charges of
issuing a ,
So the whole neW' ,
{ Rollie Tillman vacuum furnace has opened a
periodical of i ill l repute t C. This court is the Annual Press Ban : "I'm going ta: up
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I flunk a nan in Hort world of chemical Labors :
quet and the Student Body thanks the Rotary Club for honoring i month- my class D investigation. The Research '

the Editor-in-Chief of its paper. f Bill Ward: How long have tones of the General Electric Company have been expo ;:_

I been a Hort instructor?" you this new world soldy to find out the possibilities under a : '

:' :\ & }- :-The old order changeth. They have quit asking a lo.erhow I Ti man: "That's not it. This gen I new series of conditions. -I f.;':
the affair is coming along. ow-a-da.g it'& "How is your.; cotton tleman sits-next-.to me in class." l*,
I growing?" Then we say that its too bad that'.when tHe Presi-J:f Buckley: -hat's that, you're Yet there have followed practical results highly &*.

I denFs office refuses to sign a leave of absence to go over to Tal smoking" portant to industry. The absence of oxidation,for instance

lahassee one has to sing the "Boll Weevil Bines." Robshatr: '"HaT{ .Tampa.1 : has enabled chemists to combine metals to form new alloy
Buckley: Hows that, ,
Hav-a- Heretofore ha
l Hempa One of those Mar impossible. Indeed the vacuum furnace ,
It looks as if that old Gator football schedule will be-repeated ials f eh!" spec stimulated the study of metallurgical processes and h35 : .

by the 'Gator Cagers. They made a good start, anyway, by play, those RobsJaw El : 'They're better than become nidispensable to chemists retportsib p

ing that heretofore invincible Stetson team off its feet. Go to it.I: cut out the Ropos that you smoke so of metals In quantities. t
basketball men; if the Monday night demonstration griping"th :1
was won And this is the result of slitntific research. S _
anything can
you rest assured the whole Student Body is behindyou. Dr. Enwald is teaching: the Hetk- -

odist Baraca Class. Come aDd hear Discover new facts: add to the sum total of h' :

h m. knowledge. and sooner or later imnany unexpected -1'i.!'..
_moon the steps, a pretty miss, a man with .
.; arms;-(ostron practical results will foUow.GeneraleElectr.* .
;.', Ai .upward glance, a._fatal kiss another good man gone- wrong.2LI .g'e a gaUd pretty cpro partshe his head.said. 2
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: yea made it-there."
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.S;. 'Rat" Buckley had. .a hard time locating Major_Floyd to get -.r. :

4.- same"news! for a stor>\ errtime I find him ie isn't there" Join year fellow stodents &t tie General Oft C'e Company Scb .N: i-
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I Bl R.S. p eree, Jc.I day night in Language Hall, The .

I Eent- 1 pledges were initiated, and arrange- igBfiHafiifiugrafiuiuziiuaraiiiKiaaa ;.,;

1 g tale of Spain4 .. ...-. menjs# were made for the annual .'
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Stahl and..George Stephens. ,
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of the Romeo Club..were Omicron Gamma ''I' $15-95.
Sigma announcesthe ... .- ::1
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?May evening at a dance held Edward :Millican, Frederick H. -'.. t._., E"f

I *11 Kho rooms. Music' wa"s. ; Langworthy.Dr. GET YOURS EARLY J-i
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\> .. ;6l Daughters of the Confederacy, + :;>' :I
'Bobby" Swanson left. last Friday + Sunday afternoon, January 22, + ; '' '. HILL BUILDING ..'k--9. : -;.> \r-. '

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with Hartzell's orchestra. Qcloct.: } -. .. ., + v. ': ,' jI.

romet will certainly be heard now. *. + + .+ .-'+ '+ + + + ..' {

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::t down from Jacksonville. January H and spoke about the ,I -
He"Pirates" held a meeting Mon\ thought "As a Man Thinketh. So Is He." Dickson took as his text the I come acts. Psychologists of ,the old and said that each one of us should f

first eight verses of the twenty- school say "A man does what he is at I.control our thoughts so that by our
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II I third chapter of Proverbs. ; the time." New psychology affirms !
."f I .. : ..-' : .. "; On the. morning of our entrance this but adds "A man is at the time men. '
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Lyrio Theatre certain tendencies as a legacy from I Hall, Hoppding, James and Munster- :+_ NO ALLIGATOR NEXT *

i our ancestors. Whether we will or berg to corroborate this idea. After I I+ WEEK. f *. i''

i iI iI 1I not.Heredity forces us to accept these j developing the idea he gave athletic |I I+ Owing to the whole of next *fr !(r
24 bad. As the child examples of that play in the great + week being taken'up with s$mII. 'H1
Tuesdays January whether good or .
I "II.+ ester examinations, no issue of 4
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1 realm of sport and concluded by saying
develops he comes under the great j I + the Alligator will be published +
p that the courage of the commonplace i I
THE FIVE STAtt ---' +. tutor environment. Adolescence with j 'i r+ until the week following. In '
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1 and he has formed some idea of his !i of the crisis. Have courage tc I I 1+ after the examinations are+ '

'.. relation to his fellowmen and to so meet the situation on the campus.Go 1+ over. tI 3fir<
% ciety. In this plastic State of "bud into your dormitory or frat house I
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1 ding young manhood he goes to col : and establish ideals that .the men of 1

I lege. There he comes under the influence the present and the future can safely 1
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Z't of certain idealisms thra con- : live by. '
J pictures made, go to Yansickel'cStudio
Z'j I tact with men in classroom, dormitory j The meeting was then thrown | south side square. Special !'

i i or fraternity house. I: open for discussion of the topic of the ,. .prices to students. i iBystanderMounts
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, ( attitude or strengthen it. The responsibility -I their opinion that "As a i ,. what dtr you

of the older men who : man thinketh so is he," were Jim I play on .this soccer team?

I formulated this ideal is unlimited. If i Merrin, Weaver, Richbourg, Harper, J Mounts-I am a wing.
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training of his home and thots be- emphasized the truth of this proverb wing, give me sardines. ,

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We tired business men sat through the show and reveled every ;:

instant of its two hours and a half and were sorry when the curtain'

went. down.-Atlanta Constitution.. I THE BON TON

The entire company is of Broadway quality. The show beyond all ,

question is one of the best that will be seen here this season.-per-

haps the very best.-Atlanta Journal. _

It is billed as a fine star show and it is.- It.> a company such aswe "Meet Me Where" .

seldom see these days. Atlanta Georgian. ,t ;.

PRICES. $3.00, $2.50, $2.00, Plus War Tax

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-a Masqueraders return from:.. their trip !. Clark who has,also deli
CASTE FOR and hold their annual banquet. fumes.S ed lilt

William Morgan, formerly with The play differs
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UNIVERSITY MEN I vertising manager for the 1922 ficult work on the part of M l
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Pete Harris President to Succeed 1 j| Shelby Gaskins is the 1922 stage i I February 16th has been
Demand value and set
{ styleSociety. ,,:: _' ,, Swan. n. | manager, and has as assistants John date for the premier pe 11
I Williams and Ray Alderman. I II which will take place
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IA The first rehearsal for the A asque-,I In the direction of the show Pete Gainesville. Performi eV
Ii held Saturday Harris will be assisted by Tony Re- given in Ocala, ,
; ;; ? Hanan.Shoes Manhattan SfatrtMKnoxHa3 raders' 1922 show was i'I Tampa St 1, ;
t gt ; afternoon in the Baird Theatre. Old I gero and Frank Morgan as assistant !I burg, Lakeland, Orlando,Daps
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J the following cast of characterswas Gary Ennis is stage electrician and j. ---

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j ; Juan Alvarez, dueno of "la PosadaVieja" The business management is againin I .
IM < \ William Bivens. i the hands of Ian McKUlop, Richard I I R. C. Dickson and H. C.1 J t
: Dolores, his daughter William Stanley, and Bill Bivens, who made so I were selected to repress tlTla.
: .6 Ii{ : I I I in the
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tl Jeacle. huge a success of it last year. with L l|
f 1 : Donna Maria,.his sister-McHenry The orchestra is under the direction at the debating tryouts on
+i i f Jones. of R. C. Lohmeyer, and includes .I night in Peabody Hall fife t
hi KENRY GIDDENS CLOTHING CO. Carmelo, his son-Robert Harris. Charles Regero, Pomeroy, B. W.I.1 Committee which selected the
Luisa engaged. to Carmelo-Pete Ames, Craig Buie. and three others were Dr. Bristol, Dr. Fur, i
TAMPA FLORWA I Trusler, Dr. Chapman and &
Harris. yet to be chosen. ,I
Tony Regero takes the part of I mer.Three
Miguelbent i
men tried out the
Julio, formerly held by Bob Swan- f I ject "Shall 9ft
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Rosa-Samuel Lindelie.
son, and Frank Morgan goes on as "
Debts? L. W. Jennings
I; f Marina-Edward Bushee. f Miguel, to which part Mr. Regerowas third. Johnson as first spaed bed.
Carlotta, Michela, Elena, dancers-
formerly assigned. There are
t what each side had to t
jf .. George Myers, Benjamin Willson, prort* ;
j I' no other changes in the caste.It Dings next took the floor to
.. James Ethridge. t is to be regretted that announce- the affirmative of
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II -- - - - Jorge, Mateo, Lorenzo, dancers- ments thus far made regarding the I Dickson followed him with
F -1 i George Calhoun Eugene Foy, Don- t name and plot of the play were pre- ments for the negatire.

aId Conan I mature. The dramatic offering for I After a short consuhatiea i
Pedro, Manuel, Carlos, Ricardo, j 1922 is "Spanish Nights," a musical judges announced Dickson tad, 6
l. THE GATOR CAFETERIA 1 11:1 Benito, Alfonso, Diego, men about i play in four acts, by Major-Chaplain 1 son the winners.

town-William Pepper, James Mel-t John F. Conoley, U. S. R. I .
\ 4: : I ton, Thomas Wallis. Robert -
: The scenes are laid in Barcelona, HEMPEL IS COMIC
1 : .c- II John Williams Shelby Gaskins, Win- { Spain, a city noted of late for indus-I I Frieda Hempel, the great

throp Robinson. j trial and social unrest. About a I singer of the Metropolitan
I .IN'.THEIR' NEW QUARTERS 'l I Carmen, a dancer from El Teatro I group of imaginary characters the Company, will sing at tb
t National-Christopher Clark. l j author has woven a tale of love- life, i School Auditorium on January

.t ': 'S Rny, her partner-James Clark. f I and laughter that bids fair to hold the'' Prices $2.00, $2.50, plus war i
EAST HALF .
\" t Miguel, a toreador and chief of '
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I "Los Bales"' Frank Morgan. I j the production. Monday. January 16th. Resent

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"Los William Sheppard, Ray': and theme will of %.50.
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t Julio Menendez an Argentine vac- !t,both beauty and effect. t Remember the date.
C I quero-Anthony Regero. f _
Don Vineente Blasco, Julio's guar- i

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VOL. No.3. .- I Selden, of Norfolk, Virginia. Thel :
you move, change your occupation jaj j|:'aP JANUARY 20,1922 50c PER YEAR are two children, Elizabeth Seldj

get married, kill somebodyor The Alumni Cone now at Vassar College, ai|
get killed, write the Secretaryabout Supplement is prepared and published by the Alumni Hutchinson
Ingham Cone Jr., n4 i
; it.He is not a mind reader. Association of the University. The Alligator staff and the Univer (1921) at Bishop Brent's Bob
How else can he.find out!
: sity authorities assume no responsibility for anything publishe din the School, Baguio, P. I. 1 1

Alumni Supplement.THE He has held aU the commission(
FOOTBALL: RETROSPECT .
PROSPECTS AND officer grades in the U. S. Navy. ;

From 1909 to 1913 he held the ten;
-- ALUMNI ASSOCIATION OF UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
porary.grade of Rear Admiral ser I

The best season the 'Gators ever PAT ing then a four-year detail as Chi !
JOHNSON, Pres. HARRY W. THOMPSON V. Pres. B. R. COLSON Secty.
had was completed by a banquet of the Bureau of Steam Engineerin:

given by President Murphree at the Kissimmee, Fla. Pensacola, Fla. Gainesville, Fla. being appointed to this position b

5r White House The President enter- President Roosevelt as a reward f-

tained the faculty athletic leaves the last of January for Washington his engineering services in
committee Kwan and Tsing Tau. 1 worship. Its ceremonies consist in taking $

the coaches, and the football D. C., where he has accepted The first two places were taken tributes to its founder and reaffirmations Torpedo Flotilla around the wofl

squad.. the position of fish pathologistwith by the Japanese from the Russiansin to his admirable teachings. with the fleet commanded by A*

At this banquet the outlook for the Bureau of Fisheries.Dr. 1904 and the last from the Germ The great bulk of the Chinese proper miral Evans.

1922 was discussed by the coaches by Davis has been with the Uni- ans in 1914, and are still occupiedand believe in the Confucian Preceptsand Campaigns:

Captain-elect Duncan, and by others.It versity of Florida! since 1907 and governed by the Japanese.' In venerate their ancestorswhichmust Captain Cone has served in th

is generally agreed that Florida was one of the most brilliant, respected fact the Japanese are prominent all be admitted is not a ,bad, reli following campaigns:

and popular members of the through northern China. These three gion.
will have even a better team in 1922. Spanish War, 1898 -On Crube
Only faculty. v. cities are pretty and clean, and the The last, important place of interest -
one man, Captain Tootie Perry, Baltimore, with Dewey at-the batt
Dr. Davis is former is a flourishing seaport. seen was the Great Wall
to
is! lost the undertake
by four-year, route. All a most of Manila Bay and also the capture a
other letter men may return: Dun- interesting .line of work in his new Tientsin the, home of the grand where it meets the sea at Shan Hai Manila.

Robinson position. There is no other fish old man of China-Li Hung Chang Kwan-a most imposing work.
can, Rentfrow, Swanson, Philippine Insurrection, 1899.
Mounts pathologist in the United States, is probably the most modern city in While there are fewer "pig tails'
Gunn, Stanly, Tolbert, Ro- Mexican War, 1914, command
probably in the world.. He will haveto China due to large settlements, being seen in China and less foot binding
senhouse, Wilsky, Carlton, Merrin Utah, landing at
Tampica at th
blase his own trail. However, the assigned to Great Britain, France, it is believed the people have changedbut
Dickson, Newton, Pomeroy, Cox, Bureau is taking no chance for Dr. Japan, Italy and Belgium. Before little in several thousand years. time'Vera Cruz was occupied.

Burnett, Wuthrich, Doty, Perryand Davis has worked with them during the world war Germany, Austria and There are few railroads autos and World War, 1917-1918, comm nde.

Scott. Among the Scrubs there' werea several vacation periods and has Russia also had concessions which carriages, no street cars, and virtually U. S. Naval Over-Seas Aviatioi

find lot of varsity material. demonstarted his worth in this direc- are now back in the hands of the no good roads. Forces. at one time numbering abou,,

In inter-collegiate games the 'Ga tion.; In fact it might almost be said Chinese. The leading Allied Powers Most of the' traffic is by water, 30,000, with stations in France, Ital;

tors scored 134 points to opponents'I that he has demonstrated the need including the U. S., maintain garrisons and on land the Coolie cart, Bull and Great Britain.On .

42. Twice were the Florida lads defeated I I for the position that he is to ,fill. in this city. cart Camel train, wheel barrow and Oct. 10th, 1918, he was severe:

by narrow margins. The team In Dr. Davis the University losesan Besides the' foreign concessionsand !rikisha are principally depended up- ly wounded, while on an inspectioi

was advertised with Vanderbilt as one extremely valuable man. gut memorials, the native city and I on. The coolie takes the place of the trip proceeding across the Irish Se

of the two teams in the South showing what is our loss is the Bureau of the Grand Canal are places of inter- draft animal as a rule. He works -all on the "Leinster," when the ship wai

the most improvement over 1920. Fisheries gain. Our best wishes go est. The latter is no different from day including Sundays and has no twice torpedoed with a loss of 60

other canals being "Grand" holidays two weeks near New lives. When the ship was first struct:
Captain Perry was chosen on. numerOUs with him and we hope that his duties narrow except
alf-Southern teams. The follow- will often call him to the Landof only in length and volume of traffic. Years. His food costs a ,few cents a i he assisted in the life saving of the

ing collegiate contests were played: Flowers. Pekin is truly the wonderful city day and he sleeps several in a room women and children.

E Florida and except for the small Legation and with it all strange to say, appears When the second torpedo struck,
6; Camp Benning, 0.
C Florida, 33; Rollins, 0. : WHY WE LOSE PROFESSORS. quarter it is "untouched" by Euro to be contented and happy. the ship was virtually cut in two, the
pean civiliation. No public schools were seen and it decking on which Captain Cone was
Florida, 7 Mercer, 0.
; The Universoity of Florida has The principal i places of interest are was reported there was none. working being blown upwards carry.
Florida 0 Tennessee 9.Forlda .
; been losing her professors at an the Ancient." and Modern Palaces,I I There is little or no machinery- ing him' with it. When he regainec
34 Howard, 0.
; done
virtually all the work being by
alarming rate for the last few years. Temple and Altar of Heaven Templeof consciousness he could not stand, a*
Florida. 7 South Carolina, 7. ,
; hand.
This issue announces the' loss of Dr. Confuciu>, Moslem mosque and both legs were broken and cut in several -
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Florida 9 Alabama, 2. I I The cities -
and
; towns are very congested
Davis, one of our strongest men. Lama (Buddha) Temple. places. Knowing the ship was
Florida, 7; Mississippi, 7. |I.. Why are we losing them! The tourists derive greal pleasure +I I.II. and dirty and smells predominate. about to sink he had presence of mind
Florida, 21 Oglethorpe, 3. A great beggars are en-
; Heretofore our salary scale has in visiting the wonderful shops, rug, I i many enough to roll overboard, and then he;
Florida 10 North Carolina 14. countered.
; been the lowest maintained by any porcelain and other factories where I. swam to a raft occupied by two sail
Total Florida 134 other teams; Northern China at the season visited -
: ; state supported university in the everything is hand made. 'I ors. In attempting to pull him aboard
42. appeared quite barren. There
United States, but this year it is The Lama Temple is probably one .1' the raft was overturned; then they
were few trees and little or no vege-
}fext year's schedule is featuringan considerably above the former level. of the most unique places in the tation. A material portion ,of the tied him to the raft. He was then!

Armistice Day game in Tampa Obviously it is still too low, as Dr. world, in that it is not only open to I!lands are devoted to cemeteries.Two able to use his hands in keeping the

with Mississippi and a Thanksgiving Davis leaves at a very substantial idol worship, but is probably the largest -. sand storms lasting a day timbers and other debris from strike

Day game in Jacksonville with Clem- increase. religious institution in the far each, which covered the sun, were ing his wounded limbs. Several hours:

son. Tulane and Mississippi A. & M., When discussing his reasons for ,East consisting of numerous, sub- experienced.The elapsed before he was rescued from;

are two other big dates on the 1922 leaving, Dr. Davis did' not even men- temples and prayer houses and occupied Chinese are greaf businessmen the cold, rough sea by sailors from a,
f- card. will have com- tion salary however. He explainedthat by a few hundred Lamas-Priests
Coach Kline a r but are believed to be lacking destroyer of the British Royal Navy.
in few his teaching schedule was so and prayer boys,. It is the mecca
plete schedule announced a in leadership -both political and Besides possessing several U. S.
terribly heavy that he had no time for pilgrims from Northern :Man-
days. military. l campaign medals Admiral Cone was I i
Another coach will be added to thisyear' left whatever for research and keep- churia and distant Mongolia. and Tibet They are famed for their honesty, also decorated for bravery by the U. F

staff. Assistant Coach Van ing abreast of the developments in their word is their bond and breachof S., Great Britain and Italy.
i Also that One cannot fail to be impressed by
Fleet will remain. He has been a his profession. no oppor- same means permanent blacklist The members of the University of
tunity given him to attend the the apparent sincerity of the priestsand
deciding factor in Florida's success was Florida alumni naturally feel great
boys their long ing.There
national scientific meetings. prayer during
this season. A freshman coach anda ceremonies. The read short are no lawyers except those pride in the brilliant record of"Hutch"
Most subjects taught in University priests
a
line coach will be added to assist sentences from the Tibetan Ritual employed by the Government and by I. Cone.INTERESTING. j
changing coninually. New .
Kline in 1922. The authorities hopeto are foreigners. In fact, the people as a
for
discoveries are being made; new pro- and the prayer boys-students
give Florida one of the fittest priesthood-=chant responsively in whole are so peaceful and law abid- LETTER FROM AN
cesses are being developed. A maneachirg .
not needed.As
in the South. ing that they are ALUMNI
coaching staffs must deep gutteral voices. The ceremonyis
such a subject con- "The
writers state
t.9E The S. I, A. A. passed the one-year tinue his studies while teaching or also punctuated with hand clap- some truly -..
Great Wall has kept the Chinamenin
rnle. This barring of freshmen the soon become a 'back number." But ping and beating of drums. enemiesout. December 13, 1921.

first year will not injure Florida. In how can a man do this if he must The writer also witnessed the devotions .but" failed tg. keep -his My dear Prof. Willoughby;

fact, it will be to the advantage of teach all day long and gradepapers of a pilgrim from Tibet who I arrived here from San Juan Sat-

the 'Gators, for no team in the association at night! Most colleges have a wanted to secure world riches. He WHO'S WHO, AND WHY urday afternoon. The trip over on

Y will lose less players in 1922 maximum number of students that was dressed in a special though rag- train ,convinced me that P. R. can

than Florida. It is expected that can be taught in any one section ofa ged costume of yellow, the Mangol (Brief sketch of 'Captain Hutchinson boast of the grandest scenery in ,the ,

Florida will join the new S. I. C., I class and a maximum number of Lama colors, elbows and knees pad- Ingham Cone, U. S. Navy, Classof world, and the poorest train service.

t composed of the larger universitiesof I I hours a professor can teach. At the ded with native wool and wooden 1889)). ;* 4 The trip of about 90 miles took us I

U the South. Certain it is that the U. of F. many professore are teach- pads strapped to his hands. H. I. Cone was born in the year 6 1-2 hours, or an average of about

Gators have made a name f or them- ing double the number of hours setas The ritual required the pilgrim to 1871. ,his parents being Daniel N. 14 miles per hour.

selves in the football world and they the maximum in most schools. prostate' himself on the stone floor Cone and Annette Ingham of Benton, The scenery is wonderful every-

have established a tradition of fight- and pray about a hundred times before Florida.He where. The combination of mountains

ing harder in .the last half than in IMPRESSIONS OF CHINA '(1921). each temple gate. He was also graduated from the Universityof ocean, plains, deep gorges,
attended by a priest and a prayer
the first. Florida (F. A. C.) in 1889 with a bold cliffs and tropical vegetation

By Major Hartman L Butler, 198 boy.There B. S. degree. produces an indescribable effect. The z

: RESIGNS. Coast Artillery Corps U. S. Army. were no services observedby from climate is delightful We _'
DR. H. S. DAVIS the of Con- Four years later he graduated now. are
the writer at temple
recently one
The writer spent with the the dry season now (Dec. ,
fucius whose followers are only of- the U. S. Naval Academy entering -
northern China visiting ,
With deepest regret we report? the month in ficials and people of education. rank of Ensign. until, May). Mayaguez and vicinity
Chin
) Port Arthur
Dalney ,
," resignation of Dr. H. S. Davis, head Dairen ( Thar idols in this system of In 1900 Mr. Con married Patty (Ctntizmed OK pap eip\)
Tientrin Sha1IIai are so
of tIle Zoological Department, wh'o Wang ,Tao! 1'ekip,,

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r ALUMNI NEWS beth Watts sang sweetly "Because," motored to Ocala, where they were Jacksonville, is connected with| the pointed to succeed Dr. Dam aa-'

I after which Miss Annie Ruth Cooper quietly united. Jacksonville Traction Co. I of tse Zoological Department. Dr.

,t (Continued from page seven) rendered the bridal chorus :from Lo Elise is the daughter of Dr. Bish- '98-P. Vr Stevens Has charge of Rogers comes witi the nighest re. ,'

have an annual precipitation of 75-100 hengrin as a' processionalThe op of Gainesville, and since her return the Georgia Tech campaign for $10- commendations. ,

inches. Qther parts have as high as bride was attended by the from Mary Baldwin last year 000. The campaign is succeeding.
I Igroom'
150 inches. They say that the temperature sister Miss Hazel Bratley, I she has been one of the most popular '01--Judge Charles O. Andrews of FLORIDA PLAYS HARVARDNOV. t

varies but little during the of Miami, as her maid ,of honor. Mr. young ladies of the city. Junior en- Orlando presided at, the Lena Clarke 4.
year and the nights are cool even the Bratley had as his best man one of tered the University last year. He isa trial. -

entire year and blankets can be' always his college classmates, :Mr. R. F. member of the Kappa Alhpa Fra '01-H. D. Waugh: is manager of Everyone has always known that

I rJ used at night. Cooper of this city. ternity, the "Pirates" and ,the Masqueraders the Atlanta Barbers Supply Co., the University of Florida was the

l ;; The chief livestock I have seen are The bride was, lovely ina- modish which was destroyed by fire Dec. 30, one big thing! in Gainesville and real

", goats, native oxen, and some chickens. suit of dark brown broadcloth. with The young couple intend to reside in causing a loss estimated at $150,000. ly meant more to the town than

fi-I:'. The goats are about like common hat and shoes to match. Her flowers Tampa the home of the groom, '04-J. Will Yon, formerly state anything else, but no one had any
idea that Football
:<, goats everywhere and are important were a bride's bouquet of bride roses where he will probably _be located auditor, is managing the Pershing Kline Coach W. Q.
chief would
the spring such
3 h' because they are showered with maiden hair fern and with the First National Bank of that Hotel in :Miami. a surprist
r g' source of milk. Dairy cattle are carnations.The city. on the -people as to schedule a game
:, i i! ,I unknown and also any improved '05-R. H. Fryer of Sumatra was with Harvard. University of Florida
practically
pi i maid of honor was gowned in a elected plays Harvard Nov.
breeds of any kind. The oxen recently secretary of the StateBeekeepers' 4. This tales
but are becoming afternoon frock of Harding RICHARDSON-ANDERSON Association. the writer about ten year ahead *
all look fat, sleek and good, of
:i and of the Spanish type. They slue canton crepe, with a black Miss Nettie Richardson and C. A. '06-Dr. Wm. M. Rowlett is presi- the wildest dr *dMa for the University *
coarse :>anne velvet picture hat. Her flowrs Anderson were quietly married in football team.
dent of the Kiwanis
Tampa Club
r1 1 f can't help being fat, for the grasses as-
is : were a corsage of pink Killarney Ocala Sunday, Dec. 18,1921.s sociate editor the We have Chamber
I } here are unbelievably lush. This of Florida ;Medical our of Commerce ,
I. surely a "grass country." The main oses and fern.Following Journal and Secretary of the State camp =site and many other I
!Ii 1 the ceremony an infor- TISONBORINGMiss Medical things, but the honor of I
'J use of the cattle is for draft purposes Examining Board. He wrote pulling the
;:;i t i t until they are old. Then they nal reception was held, after which Martha Tison and Mr. Richard the Medical Practice Act, which was greatest advertising stunt for this '

I;) i are killed for beef. Any kind of cattle (r. and Mrs. Bratley left in theirar I Boring were married November17th passed by the last legislature. city in its history falls to Coach W.

.I sell for $10 per cwt. on the hoof. for a honeymoon trip to Orlando in the Presbyterian Church at '06-Dr. Hunter S. Woodbury is G. Kline. and his brilliant warrior *

t${jl; f The chickens are Built for fighting tnd other southern points. Gainesville. i now practicing medicine in DeLand. of the 1921 season. *.

I !; rather than for eggs or meat The Mrs. Bratley has a wide circle of Mr. Boring a former student is '08-c. 31. Fisher, of Miami, superintendent University of Florida, from your *

I J horses are very small and usuall; riends in Gainesville who will wisher proprietor of the Gainesville Auto of Public Instruction in President down to the most humble ?
i 400.60, happiness in her married Supply Co. Dade Rat, we take cur hats off to you
f thin. They average from every county, has far from an envi-
t I pounds. Thq oxen are of fair sVe.: 'if e. able position in many ways. But his and all we can say is, we; thank you.- *
SETHVESTLAKE -From Gainesville Daily Newt
F The College stock consists of milch Mr. Bratley is well known as a HOLLIX- schools are all still running. > I
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DRAKE. .
i i goats (Toggenbrug & Saanen). i921 graduate of the Universtiy of '10-E. C. Calhoun was recently ,
Jj The University favored .
if chickens (barred Rocks and White Florida. He is now teacher of agriculture i I transferred from Ft. Pierce to Lake wag Monday

)kf f Leghorns), hogs (Duroc & Berkshire), in the Wauchula high school. The older students of the University -- City, where he is pastor of the First and Tuesday by a visit from Mr.
I i ( of Florida are. greatly grieved j Methodist church. Earle D. Bruner, superintendent of
: to learn of the sudden of the George Junior Republic at Grot
Jeri reath Seth '
ELLIS-CATES WEDDING 10-E. C. Calhoun
i:I I was recently
1 W. Hollindrake, member of the City Pa. farm and
I a a industrial
individual I transferred
of May Rose breeding. from Ft. Pierce to Lake
: If'" f hope that I can build up their equipment (From Macon Telegraph, Jan. 1)) class Seth of 1920. City, where he is pastor of the First school for boys and girls under sen
was brilliant
a student and tence from juvenile courts of the cities
E[ t a lot while here and will do so Marked by beautiful simplicity was established Methodist church.
a splendid record at the of Pennsylvania. Mr
I if I can get money.: Have new build- the quiet wedding of Miss Willie University. He '10-D. E. Cappleman who has : Brinier was
majored in political 'a student
in the
ing for classes that I am in. Very Blanche Ellis to 'Mr. Wm. Haywood science and economics. His record been in Indo-China is now ia the University Summer

i pleasant class room, office and dairy Gates, of Tallahassee, Fla., which earned him the much coveted Philippines. His address is care School of 1917, owns property nest t t.

laboratory., My classes consist of all look place Thursday, December 29, at of the Phi Kappa Phi recognition hono-- Standard Oil Co., of New York, N. Y., Homestead, Fla., and taught a term ,

: the ordinary subjects; in An. Husb' 10:30: o'clock at the home of the rary fraternity election, to which is Manila, P. I. of school at Larkins some years ago.

I Vet. Sc. and Poultry and Dairying. I bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. Wv dependent upon scholastic ability.He '10-L. P. Hardee, lawyer of> I! He has always kept a lively interest II I

I teach in, English. All students are Ellison Cleveland .avenue; ; had a host; of friends and his Gainesville, has recently built himself in Florida and the State University, I I

native Porto Ricons and speak English Only the immediate, families, and a death was a great shock. After I a nice new home. and his visit was thoroughly enjoyed f

I rather brokenly.. I am learning few life-long, .friends,;were ': present, graduation he had gone to Jeanette, 11_A.. S. Crews, States Attorney, by his old friends on the" campus. He ,
Spanish. making the .Occasion .one of ,tender Pa., and was connected there with the has been attending court in Gainesville stopped with Prof. C. H. Willoughby I

.. Wishing you_ and yours a very mer- sentiment. Draperies of Southern Pennsylvania Rubber Company in a for the past two weeks. while in Gainesville, and lft Wednesday -

I ry Xmas and a happy New Year,, smilax were:,festooned orfall the responsible position. A case of '12-A. A. Baker has been appointed on his way to Homestead and t

I ,r Sincerely yours, walls and the livingkt' om-.w s -converted -- pneumonia was contracted, and a relapse manager of the Tampa Inter-Ocean other South Florida potato. t tt

F. R. EDWARDS. into a bower. r-of 'green' and .l resulted in his death. Steamship Co., office in Jacksonville. tII

white, redolent with the mingled perfume Seth was a member of the Nu. Sigma '13--J. A. Howze is manager of Practically all teach over the math i
Club of the University of Flor- mum set by the American Association
MARRIAGESWOODSBARDENS of, narcissi and hyacinth. The the Manatee Title Guaranty Co., i:
ida (now the Epsilon Zeta Chapterof of Colleges. Nearly all hanI (
and Bradentown Fla.
reception room ; dining room were I
i bright with holiday colors, quantitiesof teft the the Sigma Nu Fraternity), but '14-Capt. W. H. Crom and wife much larger classes than they should C
University before the installation
have.
A marriage of romance and interest holly and poinsettias being used. spent the Christmas holidays in P
of the local chapter of the The result is overworked and tired
I; t I was that of Miss Lois Barden of ,Miss Cornelia Steed sang beauti- national society. He was one of thechater Gainesville. Early in January he, professors, who find themselwi J Iia
J"" Green Cove Springs and Mr. Harry fully "Each Thought of You" and members of the Florida chap- left for New York with the intention gradualy falling behind In their pro
E. Wood of Evinston, which: was solemnized Miss Florine Latimer completed a ter.. I of going to Europe. fessions. only
They can keep abreast a
t at Thomasville, Fla., Friday, charming musical program. His funeral was held at 3:30 Wednesday '15-Uriel Blount owns an interestin at the sacrifice of their health. a

December 16, 1921. The bride was lovely in her wed- afternoon. Six of ,his old associates Waldeck-Peal Dredging Co., Most institutions have af traveffitf i

Miss Barden was a student in the ding gown of white canton crepe in the fraternity acted as operating in Miami and vicinity. J fund to pay the expenses of two cf .
j Florida State College for Women at with hat of white georgette, carryinga pallbearers. The service was brief I' '15-Sam P. Ham is building him- I three professors a year to nations! I

1 I Tallahassee and when school adjourned bouquet of bride's roses, showered I and simple, but touching. Crowds of self a home in University terrace. gatherings of their profession tlC

; for the Christmas holidays Mr. with fresh orange blossoms sent by 1 his friends were present, including I I '15-F. F. Halma, better known as These meetings do much to brie 1

Wood met her and the marriage occurred friends from Florida, her adopted many university professors, town associates "Fritz," is working for a doctor's degree a man's views, keep him alert *** Il

I creating a great surprise. State. and friends of the family,' in the University of California.He active, and so redound t& the bed !

Mr. Wood is a popular young busi- The ring and his fraternity brothers.His expects to receive it next June. of the school. Florida has ao -* I
ceremony was impressively fir
ness man of Evinston, well known perormed by 'Rev. Martin A. Woodof death ended what his friends '15-J. Post Hallows suffered an irreparable fund. jf-

I ; here, where he graduated from the the Vineville Baptist church. Lit- had predicted as a brilliant future.He loss in the death of his Under these conditions a mn wbo fi.I

University of Florida and is a member tle Miss Frances Ellis, in a dainty was only 20 year old at the time wife this fall. Post has a daughter receives an Offer from another insS (

I l i i of the Theta Chi fraternity. frock of Nile green taffeta. held the marked of graduation ability two would years ago, and his of about two years. He is workingfor tution is apt to accept, even tho W. I

; j i Mr. and Mrs. Wood spent yesterday bride's bouquet during the. undoubtedlyhave the State Road Department at salary is not much larger.A hire i
ceremony.A won him greater recognition if
t in the city en route to their homein Parrish.
(
buffet breakfast followed
I after death had not so untimely cut short ERWABDi
CARD FROM F. R. T!
16-J. Rex -
Farrior
Evinston.-Gainesville Sun, Dec. is studying law
which the bride changed her wedding his career. ,
at the U. of F. Ie
23 1921.
I t y gown for a traveling suit of blue He left a father and mother, and cf thf
'17-J. M. Tillman is The secretary is in receipt 6-
velour. two brothers, one of whom, Allen successfully Ed1fardJ.
r following from F. R.
,, BRATLEY HENDRIX Mrs. Cates is one of Macon's talented Hollindrake, is a junior at the Uni- representing the A. A. Chemical Co., We postal and "
The home of Mr. arid Mrs. L. P. in the Winter Haven section. wish to commend him
daughters who has made her versity of Florida at the present thoughtfulness us abottt I tt
Hendrix was the scene of a very home in Florida for the past several time. '19-Juan A. Veloso has been attending change in address writing and occupatie" axtc

pretty wedding on Monday afternoon years while serving as registrar of Columbia and is now in Government It is unusual

i Dec. 26 at 2 o'clock when their the University of Florida. She pos- ALUMNI NEWS NOTES work in Washington, D. C. "Mayaguez: P. R. 1Z.11.t1- tatt
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daughter. Miss Etta Hendrix, became sesses great charm of personalityand 20-John 'F": Coates has opened an Dear Sir:
the wife of Mr, Homer Bratley. The office for the general practice of law ehfa
sweetness of disposition.Mr. 85-Major 'V. It. Thomas was re- I Wil you kindly change my addrfIS
Rev. I. C. Jenkins of the First Methodist Cates is a splendid type of cently elected chairman of the Ala- in the Herron Bldg., Lakeland. from 417 W. Ashley Street, Jaf" fbb

I I Church officiated. young manhood and is engaged in the chua County Law V Enforcement '21-Edward B. Quinan is associ Fla., to University of Porto B :
The living room where the wed teaching profession. League. He is also chairman of the ated with the legal firm of Benson & I Mayaguez, p. R. This to app!? 5 teti

ding took place, was a mass of green- The young couple left at noon for Special Road and Bridge District of Shipp" Townley Bldg., Miami. to the "Alligator" and to any
ery with a touch of red, carrying out Gainesville, Fla., their future home. Alachua county. He is now in Tal- '08_: Harry B. Coe is a Buick sales. communications. I am now pro!

the colors of the Christmas season. lahassee doing what he can to has man in Tampa.F of Animal Husbandry at this if- 1to"<

The piano was banked with moss and BISHOPCARRUTHThe ten work on State Road No. 2. S. '20-Boyd Carlton is teaching tution-got my M. S. tegr* '

poinsettias and in the corners of the many friends of Miss Elise '88-W. W. Brown is local man- in the Lake Wales High Sch .o1. year at Ohio State University-

room were ferns and palms. The Bishop and Mr. M. W. Carruth, Jr., ager for the Monroe Adding MachineCo. F. S. '21-Jack Goldsby is with it fine down here, but want to I '

1 arch under which the bridal party were pleased to hear of their marri- ., in "the Evansville, Ind., section. the Baker Bros. Meat Market, Miami, back to Florida some day to stay

stood was covered with moss and age which took place during the _holi His address is New Vendone Hotel, Fla. ;tl w Truly yours, _j
rich red roses. days on Sunday, Dec. 18th. Accom- Evansville. Ind.. F. R EDWARDS, 1-
Before the ceremony Miss Eliza- panied by two of their friends they '95-Irvin Morgan, 308 Forest St., University'Dr. J. S. Rogers, Ph.D. from the
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<;< reported to have a strong cage team- i
and the indications are
that the
will be a hotly game

\RJ) As a curtain contested raiser there one.till be FONE
i
a game staged between the Gaines- BAND r
dUe High
School girls and those of I i
:t Ocala High before the main attraction p
S I of the
'S .NET TEAM LOSES TO evening comes off Owing i )
j to this
added
resthaJs -F.- FLORIDA. be assessed 25c feature at the door.students will
-.atrrjp ONE
d I alf

; G. t afternoon, January Tennis Stars fourFlorida's I GATOR FIVE OUTCLASES STETSON QUALITyw.OneSizePackage :

Uri e sap I BY 45 TO 25 SCORE.
the net artists
vanquish
. aDd
.. TEAM OPENS.
jjins. The 'Gators won-
"IGriittak.
*its to one-by taking two The U. of F.-
cage quintet show H
,
of three and the doubles ;
out '
adotnIVfl'
ing
: a type of '
tossing' which
"- I i the Rollins star:, was the rarely, if has ,> :
isitor able to overcome hisopposition. .( ever, been seen on the local 4 .

Castder. ; .)' I{last court Monday, swamped night by the, the Stetson score five of All our skill, facilities, and lifelong knowledge of the "' .

j jtfore play began,, the contestants 145 i to 25. Altho the Hatters put finest tobaccos are concentrated on this one cigarette- :

i' tk'4(I jfficials, met and decided that a game fight all the way thru, and up CAMEL.
be allowde to choose her own :t
t ; displayed a style of <-
.
t playing that has
hf.. I, the same privilege to beI I made them champions in former :. Into this ONE BRAND, we put the utmost quality. :

nitts ji fl ited to Florida when she played years, the Gator's aggregation un- Nothing is too good for Camels. They are as good as it's -
: ;l1ins. It was furthermore de- I corked a brand of basket-ball which possible to make a cigarette. t!
that the singles matches would. i
I overshadowed their
L. ;one point each, and the doubles j I game was fast and hard-fought best efforts.thru-The' ) Camel QUALITY is always maintained at the same high,

4 thus making a total of five out, but was featured by good exclusive standard. You can always depend on the same

Yep r 1 '. t and eliminating ..possibility of I II Irw 'sportsmanship on the part of both mellew-mild refreshing smoothness-the taste and rich .
'. -':, I teams. :; flavor of choicest tobaccos-and entire freedom from
I
3 i, ot Florida, and Vincent,]i! Moss, at forward, proved the out- cigaretty aftertaste.

Me. : )Joflaa, struggled evenly for a 'standing star for the Gators, while
1 Kr. i'i' time, each man seeming to have 'the work of Captain ,Byrd: end-'Newton And remember this! Camels come in one size package Y

: of! 1'1'' t r over the other. Williams '' at guards was of_ !b *'sensationalvariety. only-20 cigarettes-just the right size to make the greatest

il'eft.tria' won the first set by the score 1 I The speed and accuracy of e saving in production and packing.. This, saving goes .

. 108. After this, a jinx caught forward were too much for -; straight into Camel Quality. That's one reason why you ; .
sea =, ent and carried him away, for the guarding ability of the Stetson- I can get Camel Quality at so moderate a price. ":
! Gt. flWI IDiams won the second set easily ites, while his dribbling and passingwere ) (.

a the score of 60. I of a type seldom seen. Moss Here's another. We put no useless

'Bel ? Meanwhile Klock, of the 'Gators, I i I also did the foul shooting for Flor- } frills on the Camel package. No "extra r, '

MWaest Thompson, of the Tars, were ida, his. skill at this branch of the wrappers!" Nothing just for show!
.
game adding several points to the final u
it and
:erm z WIg hot heavy on anotherKlock I
Such things do not improve the smoke
managed to steal away score., Newton showed a burst of ,
first set at the rate of 6-4, but speed and covering power that was ff- $: any more than premiums or coupons. And

Rollins( ,, star came back at him ; responsible for the Hatters, losing '. = y their added cost must go. onto the price
yedIS M carried off the next 8-6. Klock many points which they might have : : l or come out of the quality. I"f .

ame back strong and took the third otherwise made. He played a heady, ;

,, ; nd deciding set and the match; by aggressive ,game_thruout. _Byrd was I c @,& One thing, and only one, is responsible
fedMl'-" i count of 6-2. i I a demon at breaking up attempts at '\ for Camels great and growing popularity .

The feature of the evening was the goal and showed a marked ability to 'S y that CAMEL
lay between Griffith and Cohen. keep:: the ball in Gator territory by ; QUALITY.

big Tar, who has a wide tennis I his splendid passing. t' tv
putation, found the little Gator representative ,I,'I Ray, at forward, was the man of sCI
Hi- i the hour for Stetson, while Miller vo
a tough adversary. Put i
i also at forward, and Collins, at cent t
..,4 -ball.. where he was to be found i I i
Jft,1M;) I ter, were players of great ability. t tI
ben there
I was to get it. Both men j
vered their courts well, and both !I Line-up: I .1.arne
fayed' a classy game in every re- j j, Florida ((45)) Stetson ((25 II
I Forwards
ped. Griffith finally won the first | II
nr I et by the meager score of 75. In i Moss ((21)) Ray ((15))
"'oj f the second pericd, Cohen showedsome :Miller ((2)) Miller ((8))

. form and reversed the decision I Center. R.J.REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO_,Wia ton.SI n.N.C. .
bJ the same score. I Duncan ((2 Collins (Capt)

::Ifor I At the end of this set, the players Guards .
I Byrd (8)) Capt. Shubager I II
[declared a holiday and rested. In the ,
;!t third Newton, ((2)) Hughes ((2)) I -, ----- .
set, the play was just as bril- I Substitutions teen "rahs" for the Jax Alumni, and | -- -- -
4'I |fiant,nut the big boy finally snatched J : I III another Gator for the "best Presi- I ,
Fla. (First Half): Potter ((6) for
ji .rictory by the count of 6-4. | dent in the world."
The Miller; Gunn- ((2)) for Duncan; Gray II i t SERVE you courteously
.tl&i first
set of the doubles looked I ((2> for Newton. It will be remembered that the
Hack
,.1.1I for the Orange and Blue. Griffith Second Half: Gunn for Duncan; team was given gold footballs before it
with his general versatility, and Christmas as a token of the splendid SAVE :
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I Potter for Miller; Newton for Gunn; I you money on your purchases
iti Thompson, with his fast, classy netgame Gray for Newton; Cohen for Potter; work they did. These were the giftsof l i
walked thru the Gators tto the the Jax American Legion who so
. score of 61. Te second set showed Brumby for Gray; Hait for Newton. generously donated their time as wellas I SATISFY your most exacting demands. ;
' Referee Rex Farrior.
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.Ii a radical change. Klock and Cohen I their money in order to give the
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their stride, and the score was Gators an enjoyable reception. I

i- j The reversed, 6-1 in the Gators favor. I FOOT SWEATERS BALL MEN IN CHAPEL RECEIVE I $ THAT'S OUR SLOGAN FOR 1922NUFF : = -
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Griffith was easily the outstanding Twenty-three sweaters, each schedule is as follows t
J feature of the tournament. His bearing a large black "F," were given January 31st-Theta Chi, A. T. O. II I 1

I versatility, his wonderful endurance out to the men of the 1921 foot- Delta Rho, K. A. I BURNETT THE CLOTHIER I
ed his ball last Friday in chapel. Dr. f
fine sportsmanship won the squad February 2nd-S. A. E., P. K. A.,
Admiration and applause of the spec- Murphree made the presentation witha Z.B.T.S.NFebruary : t

All of the matches were few appropriate words for each 7th-Winners of first I 1 f _, .t t _
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by good feeling and man. Some game; winners of second game; winners : I. :
file sportsmanship, and the tournament -' present among them Tootie Perry, of third game; winners of
Was a complete satisfaction ton who led the Florida machine last fourth gameFebruary and practice for this Gym exhibition. ,- -

concerned, with the possible ex- fall, but provision 'was made for 9th-Finals. The exhibition will include bar work, J. S. _
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.teption of Rollins' feelings toward sending them to each man. The county club tournament will horse work, tumbling, flying rings, =

e score. The sweaters were the gift of the begin on the 14th of February. Dr. Indian club swinging, pyramid build- and I j
Alumni Association of Jacksonvillewho Manchester wants to meet all repre- ing, and many other forms of exer- COMPANYDruggists _

COLLINS "5" HERE TOMORROW so royally supported the Uni sensatives of the various clubs on cise.The
Florida-North Carolina faculty gym class for all mem- : Phone. 32 =
NIGHT. TWO GAMESON versity in the Monday; Jan. 30. Any club wishingto W W
TAP. game. Mr. John Icenhour, a former be represented must have a representative bers of the faculty was started on
student of the U. of F., and an ac- at this meeting.At Tuesday afternoon and will continueto

The Gator basket men will lock tive member ef the Alumni Associa- the beginning of the second 1 meet thruout the rest of the year .... -- -._
horns with the Rollins outfit tomorrow -I tion, was in charge of the delivering! semester, a gym class is to be start on each Tuesday and Thursday afternoons :-
night in the gymnasium. This of the sweaters. ed to prepare men for the exhibition -m from 5 to 6 o'clock. I Everything Electrical | _

I Ai11 be the second scrimmage for the At the close of the presentation which is to come off sometime I I JOS. J. SEYKOSA J ==
l Florida team this season and Coach ceremonies, the student body, under in March or April or sooner. Dr. When you listen to Professor ; _
I Xline has his men in the best of condition the direction of the cheer leaders, Manchester wishes that all men with I Cody's lecture in Biology yor: are I f Phone 107 Gain YD4, Ha. i --l-- -;

' for the contest. The Tars are gave- a long Gator. for the team, fif- any ability whatever, to come out : "Rocked in the cradle of the deep." I _tlllll .. _.. ......,,*,

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. DURING HOLIDAYS.The biographical sketch of the life of j
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**Bo"- McMillan, famous Centre col. you know what?'::_ ,. the emilient author. The one strik L :

Ttge quarterback has signed a contact Well, I'd jus' ?"' k.4' gym equipment ordered by ing aspect is the beautiful illustra I

. to, coach the football team of Like to be Dr. Manchester has arrived and been I. tions of many colors bright and yet

Centenary College, Shreveport, La., A LH stamp-: i installed in'the gym for the future unusually soft. These illustrations

ss& a salary of $8,000 yearly. And B'long t; use of any and all university stu : in themselves constitute a piece of I 4 THE ST yin

'f r 1 a M'Lady.fair-- dents. Hereafter there will beno : rare artistic work.

! The Freshmen and Sophomores of 'N' lie 'round'Mongst t .I' i..;: r 17..:. excuse for flabby muscles and flat i The Library has been fortunate in
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:3Cchigan A. & M. College recently her"things'N chests for regular exercise undera securing the donation of the books t At

, Jiiid v tug of war to decide whether '-things, 'n' .l;:,< -'i..I.-; :. competent director does much ,to of the late Rev. Rees W. Edwards, t,

i t3e Freshmen should wear their capsfuuout. Wait. j( .'. keep one in condition.Dr. a library estimated to be worth be .

.the year or not. The.Sophoxcores -. 'Cause you all 'r Manchester reports an unfor- tween |2500 and $3000. The books I

' j won so judge the result for Know how : ;. tunate accident to the vaulting horse. will be placed in a section by themselves It t BAILEY'SEmanate ',a

'i atrarself. Ev'ry dog has ; .Y '., He suffered a broken leg OR the. way: and over each volume will bea

t His day- -. :: -. down here. A new one has been or- plate with the following inscription t

f I The majority of the men at Dartmouth So, ev'ry HI .. dered and will be added to the pa- : "In Memorium Rev. Rees W. t tt from a
-. I College belong to the Dart- Stamp mus' do,1 tient under direction of Dr. Sweet, Edwards." At present Miss Milltimore carel.t .
of
I = inQTzth Outing Club, which maintains His duty, too; t r J'J.ff' ; when it arrives. Dr. Shealy and his has on hand only the sets j f t survey crikse atyfe

I a string of cabins in, the White moun So, I'd jus' ** 't. vet. science classes may be called books on Philosophy and Theology_ throughout the coent :
tains. During the winter months the Wait, 'n' -.. ;-:;!! 1.' on if necessary. the other sets to arrive in due time. t

I i stndents make many trips through Wait- '-- -t- The equipment was put up during Mr.\ F. R. Edwards who is interested t tSUITS

the mountains on skiffs and snow Till, bye'n' bye :: r 13 1- Christmas vacation and now the in the school course, may add to

,I sices. The Sweet Young "* u' r gym has a very business-like appear- this donation an amount of money t OVERCOATS sw

Thing 1it"?'T'" "lI ance with the adjustable flying and for the project of the purchase of
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dub I A letter r4 :" make the books available to th
offer
considering an to tour tropezes and swings, hanging from
Japan in the near future. Recently! And, then- t ) the beams above. Climbing ropes I young people all over the state and ; -HATS and CAPS''
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the Baseball team of this University She'd gently ,. '" ? r for those who would rise above their believes that the best method in ac I .

I returned after an extended tour of Hug me roun' .";1 ad1 ., fellowmen are also ready for use. complishing this desire is by donating SHIRTS .
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Japan: where they met the leading The Neck an' :..'._ = : :- Around the sides of the building under them to the University. i l."

tfcsnre of the island. Smellin sweetern the balcony are the ladders. t UNDERWEAR 'SJ -

Any rose she'd ;r I'o't l .r punching bags and chest weights. SEMINOLE STAFF MUST ,

11 The western collegiate body is con- Turn me over ;: R-.c-.i. .T1' Parallel bar and horizontal bar out HAVE PICTURES AT ONCE'J HOSIERY k"1 -
i swnting to be "easternized/ the 'N'-o Boy-! ; --"ha J'I {fits are available with big mats to -
University of Chicago the interfra-I Lick my Back! 'n'r'z:.r bl
j soften the shocks which may come } In order that the Seminole be i
flPJ1W'-" putout _
'Twould tickle
ternity council has
I brought forward I
f "tC' the beginner. The classes in 'I On scheduled time it is itt
'''- ""' .- urgent
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the question of "knickers for men So darn good !* I physical education
no more meet that
.- the pictures be handed in at
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Northwestern is That jus'
willing to con .... out-of-doors but in the future will I Best Values in the St&teI
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sider the adoption of not only knick-I Like to stick "" lr assemble in the once. will take a good while to

f II rsv But monogram pipes, green flannel i I Right there j* *.T" become proficient gym at and chinning endeavor the to arrange them and the printer! .requires t
; bags for books Forever. "" *T T] r all material at least shot y __
carrying and tea
I f bar skinning the cat, vaulting the
: "* .*"' days before the time the t
book
and toast for breakfast, say leading But-I guess horse, or whatever other stunts are- 15 to
i :fraternity men.-Collegiate World. I'd jus' get '--v-3-->-': learned in an up-to-date appear. Thus it can readily be seen :
I gym.
I So tickled3&r, how urgent this call is. Furthermore I BAILEYTfee
Men with experience and
Finar examinations are a thing of That I'd curl -. in ability if the material does not reach I
1 tfte past in! the Wharton Right "-- *>. gym work are requested to reportto the printer in time Clothier
school of up ,. Dr. Manchester in order that he according to the t I'
I the: University of Pennsylvania. Dean 'N' laff an' ]off contract a forfeit will have to be
Johnson believes that the time can 'N' laff- ,--.I .t" may team go forward and with plans for a paid, and this will add to the expenseof I Franklia St., cor. Twig 5 5t
gym exhibition
-- an of .
tk- spent more 'Till the cutie'd ap publishing.
profitably in co-ordi-i
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be given in place of the a scarcity of ar-
regular Jl
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pniht.fOr exams. Two weeks of Her letter, an' then- I
tests to contribute'their
physical exercise. t tof
: A class for lead services '
owse1i) semester will be saved in whichI I guess I'd 1.of'*
ers in tumbling, pyramiding, another d the art section this year, and to add t tI
I '.ore. profitable knowledge bejrafned Just feel like 4! v T.I'd .
can stunts will'be started for those to this the head of this section has tt
1 by the been duckedIn
students. -
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L Creme Sgt. Koph of the Military Department spend enough time on it. It tivillgreatly be

Early in January, the colleges of will l conduct classes in wrestling appreciated if more of the

America will meet by representativesm FREE RIDE and boxing, beginning next artists on the campus will render I
district meetings to further the The "Baraca Special" leaded the week. The Sergeant is well known their aid to this most important sec Dame Fashion has it tint &!

cause of disarmament education. corner of Buckman Hall about 9:31: for his ability in these lines and in tion of the work. Also any writtencontributions will be a sudden breaking cutoff'!

3h.rtTy after, all colleges will vote Sunday mornings. fact has been a champion wrestler at will be welcome for the nearly sewed to new blue wrtsometime

j uu the questions which are uppermost his weight. Any who enter his classes Seminole this year is to be a representative in the near ft ture. Ear
at the' conference. University j :: should profit by his teaching. work.
1 t News. Dr. Chapman's annual rendition of, Over in Dr. Manchester's office Gator who got his letter thjs P*

.. "Moo-Cow, Moo" was given in Chanel I is a machine called a Wet Spirometer. Do your sleeping in the afternoon. will be presented with one to go

Determined to show loyalty to their on Jan. 6, and judging from the One blows on a tube after tak- Come to Sunday school in the the gold footballs which have bei

:ioot&all elevens students of Georgia applause it has last none of its pop- ing a deep breath, and fills a tank in&I -. morn given out already. !

Jftch collected mare than five thon'saDll ularity. / with air. A guageRecords the oper-

dollars to pay the expenses of I ator's lung capacity in cubic centi- I FRESHMEN DON'T forget to reserve your&

& sending the institute band to New Presbyterian C. E, wants to see meters. Average capacity is 250 FOR SEMINOLEThe OUTLINE PLANS for Feb. 16th, to see DOLORS? I

York for the football game betweenIi I you Sunday evening at 6:30 o'clock. r'c.c., 300 being a high mark and over : I Tale of Spain, presented by Q* **

Georgia Tech and Penn State, Octo- 300 is excellent. Few outside the I "Rat" queraders. .. .
Ii Bar 29th. The money came entirelyfrom I most confirmed windjammers raise f day meeting of last Wednes t
Jimmy Boyd the manager of next evening at Peabody Hall
: the student and II the guage over the third was euttinJ
purses, contributions century featured Demonstrations the
year's Gators, has been starting his by a stirring appeal from
i were voluntarily.CollegiaivorliL to work by getting the football m.,- mark. The spirometer will be used President Jones for a better attend. the curing ,and preserving of &

i terial checked up and in shape for in the individual tests of students to 'ance at the meets. There are ] were held at the Ag. College onT*
be made only
j '.1 t hard use when that record-breaking soon by'Dr.. Manchester. to be meetings called that are to dis- day morning and afternoon. t.

Boyar if you want some: real nice squad comes out to train for Har the unconfirmed rumor has it that cuss some important question of. Dr. Buckley of the Bureau of j

; pictures made, go to Vansickel's vard. If the Florida gridmen fail lawyers are pushing plans for questions which should receive this mal Industry of the Departoerf

I 1 ; Ofudio, south side square. Special to bring back the Crimson scalp it an the inter-collegiate tournament on attention of every member. Agriculture 'at Washington co *
irometer.r
jxri ces students.: will not be Jimmy's fault. s The details of the Freshmen sec ed the. cutting demonstration. *
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I VALUABLE tion of the Seminole were freely dis Tuesday morning, assisted by ,*.*.?
DONATION FOR cussed and after of t)l
-- debating the ques- Scott the animal industrialist
l LIBRARY.
iIllI t-- tion for some time as to the prgppr Experiment Station, and Mr. Je if:
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Kelley-Miller Music
Company assessment, it was decided to vA f
The Library appoint district agent for Sooth
was
recently '
I IIllI present
ti. DEALER i a committee to confer with the b.'f.
to a
Florida. He'explained
11111 I EDISON AND BRUNSWICK PHONOGRAPHS If ed with a copy of the original ofDante's Seminole staff. Those who composed the bW
Divine Comedy, by the Italians this committee number: of local farmers
I AND
: were Hazard
RECORDS't t of the United States of and Evans, methods of cutting meat for...
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Latest Sheet Music America Keene, who have reported
String Supplies J S
that
: ..... | on the initiative an preservation. The Experiments !
--- - ... -. ...... of Lunge Car. assessment of fifty cents J
a man will ed
novala; and received, tion furnished the animals t
as a donation, be charged. The plan of
JJT - using a
f"L } the library of the late Rev. Rees group of 30 men to a page was adopted the .demonstration.Miss .

IiIIOI W. Edwards from his son, Mr. F. R. with a few cartoons and the class Odom, the Alachua Cod
ST. PATRICK'S j
CATHOLIC CHURCH I Edwards. history in this section. Home Demonstration Agent, eo

Dante's Divine Comedy is bound ina The following committees were ed the canning and curing deJBII"
t East Main Skeet, North handsome brown cover. On the- : appointed for the collection of the stration in the -afternoon. She""

.f inside of the front cover is the following funds and the pictures of the men: assisted by Miss Landnmj doh

IIll 1) Rev. John Conoley, S. T. L., Rector. Telephone 629t the inscription: -"Presented to Morgan and Byrd, Law; Parmenter agent for South and West'Flog)
I University of Florida by the and Hull Engineers; Webb and Home Demonstration work, :t

11111 'V Sundays Holy: :Mass.and Sermon, IpjjJO;> a. m.; eveningservices America Italians of on the the initiative United of States Lunge of Clarke, Arts and Driggers and Science; Scarborough Dr. Buckley, Prof. Scott, and.i I

7:45 p. m. ,I Ags; Fuller Jenkins. The latest methods
Carnovale, Chicago, Illinois in and i
com- Mackhen Teachers. AH and
pictures utensils for home canning
I 1I1 t Weekdays-Holy Mass, 7:00: a, m. t memoration of the six-hundreth an- must be in this week. big were illustrated and es I

t' ;i'- 1 1I 1k niversary of the death of Dante, before l local fir!
---------- a large number of
--r--. 1 1i' Sept. 14, 1921. .The first few pages Patroabe 'Gator :advertiser era and their wives.GE -..!;

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-the next victim!$ *be out and9i JTrack men to start wrm $out Jan. 30. See Captain FOR A GREATER UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA, GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA FLORIDA, FRIDAY, Ja. 20, 1922. .wswm h .LASS nm~; EMTRiMSENIORS L ues of Inter-Cbms ~ pyed Tueuday Night-. Finih With Perfect +.+4, S BRIEFS 4,' game of yar. Fetsn iven: Beck makes address in Chapel. Harold Proctor to be here next week. Dr. Capen to inspect University. Dickson and Johnson to debate L. S. U. 4 4 + + +4 DR. ANDREW X. BECK NOTE!DUCATOR SPO KE L A ST IN CHAPEL WEDNESDAY Will T HE FRSIE LOSE TO JUNIORS;: TAKE IN Declared Religion is Advancing Dr. S. P. Caper Will be Here "Shorty" Gunn ad Mahannak in a Stirring Masage to StuFebruary 7 and 8 to Give Star for Juniors: Seniors Urndent Body. Scholastic Rating to Florida. able to Score a Point. 444444*~~ Tyemday nizht the Sophomores hard and fast game from the ay the close score of 1A-i3. Swas bard-fought from beto end and not until the final blew was the score certain. several minutes of play, Halt, Mt and plucky forward for the -made the first goal, was quickly followed by one Scott for the Juniors. Halt two more goals in rapid sue-aMd "Shorty" Gunn respondSon for tjt Juniors. At this the first half ended with the, 7-5 in the Sophies' favor. At S %qlinning of the second half, teased the ball in the basket the Sophomores. The Junior. backk at the Sophomores by cevStam work. "Shorty" Gunn got ha golz, Ferris got two for the Meuores, while Smith threw out hem the center. The second half p in doubt from the very start. b. and again the Juniors would tme of the Sophomores by a lonely to have the Sophies catch again. In the last few minutes dplty, the Sophomores, gained a 3pMis lead and held it until the close A the game. Halt and Ferris were -csily the shining s .~Sopi Matthews awards were playing ,a was their clever a Ung game which put iady hands of Hait Ah&se winning basket 'Iirthe Juniors, while tars for the and Paul at jam-up ball and nd ,,peedy feedthe ball in the and Ferris for s. GAunn starred Scott and StanIcy played excellent ball. Ii the flrn half of the second tame the Seniors upset all dope by beflg the Freshman to a low stoie. -lie tarn work of the "rats" was Up I to the minute, but they just couldn't Ale to put the ball in the basket. ltm and again easy goals were hmsedl. After two minutes of play, Smith made a gOal for the )mBhmen, followed by one from Fabs. lien Dyer and Fahs both made tWO hirthe "rats," while Norton put in a pretty one. In the second half, the Ranis held the Freshmen scoreless 6 four minutes until Fahs threw in 0C pretty Ones. From this stage of HAROLD PROCToR JAN Mr. Harold Procter, the Irish tenor, and supporting Miss May Roes, violinist, Fleta Lawrence, pianist w at the University Gymnasit uary 26 to entertain the and friends of the Univers program which is the second ed by the Redpath Bureau ceumn course. Mr. Procter has sung th British Isles in company leading singers of England traveled thruout the Unit and for two years was teno a large church in Los Anj voice is one of rare beauty and all his numbers are With a refiuement of tone. Miss Rees and Miss La' accompanists, are both wel by training and by nature place in the program of th Company. Rat, when at 'Shoot the bread. His mother:" home 'What do by 'Shoot?'" Rat: "Why, nanma, Mess Hall pass word." Ferris, F. Butler, F. Janmts. C. Matthews. Jack Davison, G. Paul, G. --. Junmors (1 Stanley. F. Scott, F. Gunn, C. Mahannah, G. White, G. Freshmen (32) Fahs, F. Smith F. Norton. C. Entz, G. .Roasch. G.-Cooper. G. UARY 26 eminent g artists, ,nd Miss 'ill appear in on Jan_students ity with a id furnish_'n the Lyruout the with the H h-l Last Wednesday in Chapel Dr. An-! drew J. Beck, 0f Sarasota, Florida, addressed the faculty and student body on what he called "The Inherent Power of Jesus Christ." He proved to be an able speaker and impressed his hearers with an intelligent and straightforward message that helped then, to realize that the chuich of or nist is not failing-. as has been declared by many, but is advancing steadil in spite of great handicap. Aith'. admitting that the late war was p.I)(hf of many gave defects vet to be I emie d, he poin r.tress -t hspreding (f the gus_-; ed States pci to the pagani countries of Japan, r soloist m China and India, the grcat relief reles. His work n'n being (lie bN Ameri a and and power cAthei Chnistian Ounti es for the rendered 4tritken natitionc Asa and1 the Ralkans; and, si c the establishment wrence, his of American inlepenidence. the great II equipped 'good which has comic to the naticns for their of South Amel ica thn the enforcee Procter ment of the Monroe doctrine. H.s addlres had a humorous, as -wvell $s a serious, side. He prefaced Christmas: his talk by r. fereniwe to hik own cobP ge das He ra still a student voui mean "Sonmetinies I am not as tliligent per haps, as I ought to be; but then. that's the that only makes me all the morn uke \ OU. (IOetf t it'4 ---He I, a full-blotided Amp t jil,.tfnd: S2 0 made us krn'o it a~l thu ha oh o in c-Insmng be sailX In ma' thaf vo0 in G. Ur G.d that v 'j air an Amierion an Anmn l olee 0 GATORS HA\ E HARtI) --EI IEFR 52 7 2 G .G. 1 0 :3 Ii o 1 o 0 --F. EC-. S0 I 0 50 1 0 S0 1 0 0 F. 0 0 0 0 0 0 The XGat(, foot ball 1922 is fast rounding shape. According to ti ment made last night thus fat been arranged howin2October 7-Furman October 14--Washmr tentativelyl V October 21-Rollmns I tentativEfl. .October 28-Date wit November bridge. November schedule for into ddnmte he announcegames have with the fobat Gai rton at hdra 4---Harvard iiMissrssipr n esvill e. & Lee Dr. Murphree has recently received word from Washington that Dr. SP. Capen, the eminent educator, is to visit the Universit'y on February 7 and S to make a general inspection of the University to determine its standing among the institutions of higher learning in America and Europe. While here he will also speak at chapel. Dr. Capen comes to Florida as director of the Anwrican Council on Education, which has recently been ,sked by the leading -nations of Eu_rope, as well as the U'nited States government to pass on the rating of all the colleges~ of Anueriha mi accordante with the international! standard r or institutions of higher learning. This rating is not to be in confict wih, but in affirmation of th< rating Which was passed upon by the I'mversity of Illinois a shofl time ago, and will be much mole comprehensive in scope, in that it applies to both foreign and home institutions. Dr. Capen is emmreotly suited for this work by reason of years of study and practice He is a Ph. D. of Harvs.rd, has 'uudied extensively abroad, andl rendered valuable service to the I government during the war. His in.presions while here will me~aInimuch to Florida andti i lhpedl that they "dll be of the best. On WX&Nesday, F.h ua ry 8 he wirll addt es~ the student-hotly at chapel "A Dirge to a F. L. F""It useul to be w her, at a -o' ,Wbethei I could see or nit A little fnger was rased to me And Id respond, 'Vea, hrothei F. I. E.'" "That little finger n. w is still, No linger that voice so shrill Gets me whereever I be With those kind words, 'Yea, brother. F L E.'" The efficient manner ryr which thre OrlndoTeam was managed last fall was Orlndobeyond doubt a large factor in the splendid showing which the Gators two. made. Dick Stanley made great at Cam,.acrifices in order to ee that the 'squad lacked nothing and thorougii i College iv deserves the high regard in whi.h With three accurate cage tosserm to help them along, the Juniors ma.aged to come out at the long end of the horn with a score of 23-5, with the Freshman at the little end. in the game on Thursday, January'12., It was a fight from start to finist. GCunnt and Mohannab starred for the Juniors, while NieClendon and Smith were the shining lights for the Freshinen. Not ,o successful were the Seniorn who lust a rather dull game to the Sophomores by the score of 27-0. The Snmors were clearly not in the claws of the Sophs who outclassed them It, nearly every stage of the game. Frequent fouls were called while the Sophs' foul I I single one. Ferrn5 'were the shining lights year men, while Scott Were the bulwarks o: Clasamen both on the the defense The scores: Ju niors 12:2 Gunn, "Shorty. Stanley, F Thompson. C Mohannah, R. White I. G ('ox, F. Fi eshrmin
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Basement The shich and effectaveneCss the Gators ast Monday handled the night proved yond doubt that Florida the best cage teams inl Last year the Stetson little trouble in Student ida mIa Ktsin ha' or its his quintet walloping the I five in both games tters stand now it that the U. of F present thew s. infl State of played. with Hat-4 be-4 of of toryA4 had Fj'r Asi is almost certossers will reFlorida at the I. AA. Tournament to Atlantabe I * 9 IW -." -w w w w -rr"w y 9 F Pressing G ainosvifle, AMERICAN SHOE REPAIR COMPANY ~ --LeArn S~edes, Prnriek r 4 115 W. MAIN SThEET, N. PHONE 1iSS N. D. Cooper, Ageet; Rcoa 13. Beckman Coach Klir~e s midsnason form proteges in the first the year, which is a [ton Iat: .m.r. I of the splendid been rece!Vnfg. games which Wi here to gtt them into Ifornm, t for the :Georgia ~Jan. 30 hey should be in road-trip 1 and South to Feb. 4. Moss was one for jhe Stetson. and brought Gators He a wick mu game he had I 5 of which shots. 1of Ins guards Capt showed .tab K1 dinAt tr-ining they With 1e, II be played still better reat shape' made tbr& Carolina of the sliring Lr the train light-s Siding, Complete game with showed dazUitg 21 points to his s were made from His drnbbling playing Was a feature which the Stetson found hard to -Check" brilliantly at wizard break up. Byrd performed during the entire PICK YOUR WAY 'I) .._ The Gainesville Cafeteria ACROSS FROM A. C. L. DEPOT The best place to eat after all. Our prices are as reasonab e as you find. The flavor that "mother\ tookmng has. "ASK THE COLLEGE MAN-HIE KNOWS $5.00 MEAL TICKET'S FOR $3.90 emmflsasZmsm -2a> -s me nUrro AND SCEOENDOIN ICE CREAM. LUNCH AND CIGARS 588 Franklin Street SEE Vidal Drug Company FOR DRUGS. STATIONERY. TOILET ARTiCLES: CANDL~. SO1ATENIR CARDS, WATERMAN PEN'ii' 4" till V s-i game II. Was S .r~ n:2Usr always Camne tco breaking :largely dUt t'. 2S Visey paSS.-g there when it up plays, and aeeunt that the it and 45 points up bli tne Orange sad mac!2nr Wue were made possible Newmon p.uyta jan-up ga me s: guard. !tO dr ward. Rav. -e, for Vtfl **H attcr'% tyItS star forttat he got a' -e t He sn&e wor iErf& *te for thie has $reNd anda -rwou~d-k rmf of 2 .~ H ater torwras. ketimn gers 000000000 00000 *. Hr $t CHESN UT'S SHOE PARLOR I ws--c -------*000 fleece a* -~. a p-~ Z:Or -:-''r; tt r~ a Zr! ~i r g t M *fr --A t 4+ &Cg Has were isrge agrress:ve & a S # 'r l s:. ~ r o b b v o o m ac h A5 r hsd -eeral fcu s so,. ca~ledn him. ,s Zr &~ -C> W~~ -a Finish, a speed a-meme--*------/ti SMESSIKR redit, a For all kinds of Hanling and Moving. In case you need zu foul ji une is Stationery. to Prearsplions. 0 Quatty cons We personal guarantee attention d. Low purest drugs use Gainesville Florida. praes DO BUSINESS NA TIONA L b a Resources THE PHIFER STATE BANK Strong. Sa e ed Accommed

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if U P -. NOVELTIES Art and Gift Shop a Picture. and Picture Frames $1 Agents for mnd Norris Pk.ee: Fla. Ret. Phone: 27-29, The annual Educational Orlando, Cawthon meeting ASS'N 1921. of the Florida Association was Dee. 27-29, presiding. The program nil icance. in the state engaged Some and with Mr. tic c w. S. was Uf unuqual of the bcst talent in the nation was for the oecasrnn. the highest class, ad tinguished educators, number stituted of sectional the salient Muia of dren'es by .1isand -*i meeti rgs feature gathering. A rare treat was given attended the general sessi excellent program large of dhe those who Mor of music was rendered at the beginning these meetings. cr5 were Hon. superintendent; of each .f| Among the s W. N. Sheats, I rwin Bach whose "A Man for the Ages" proved such a recent worthwhile dition to American O .Enwall, jot literature; peakState has ad-: Dr. H. Prof. of Phychology, F.; Miss Adelaide Blayl home economics education, EK P. Cubberly ford Jr., of Leland U. or, agent and Prof. StanUniversity. The following officers were elected: C. R. 1. Sheppard, Volusia Trurneir, County,. superintendent president:; state superintendent R. of r1 education, secretary; and Dr. Jos Roexner, chairman of the coinmittee. be held TRAC] Captain execu The next meeting at St. Petersburg. ON JAN. Arthur fA L V L.ura! eph tive wiN 30. A Sollee that track practice will open on San 30. path out the rnIngflljl present year. Captain last year's both of He urges all aspirante to cinder honors and a track first day in ord4 start on what outlook will be Atkinson,. team, and the Military C 4 A "F' to turn i er to get .1 appears at asueeessful who co Captain I Depari will handle the coaching end. two m~en are track athletes coaching. An extensive university of schedule Georgia. Ge Te nee son College have been co with eoncerllfg meets; hoped a meet between all the State may F Il. in ing assuret ready Rouge tests be stage ached~ Ryder, Lnment. Th of orgia T and Dit the (0114 don Fl The S. I. A. A. mee 'd and ladt lotm k'~ louhmarna, will bo GONE,. Many yeai .ea to the trip are ti B~ whv, e the v held thi> vedr lilT NOT FORGOT are th9kmes wh. ha'e their crowns. and number> of Ability have fallen the to low estate, we may truly now class throngs who polloi, one are that among rub elbows with the ex-Duke Baya. informed ironi the Duke was whom stripped and of him his dearest .w.we ask. is For a reliable so btset by ruffi of his rainmi POSSESSI alk I. lese --'. w w-ww no eamn emh KJ IPennants, Banners, )ge Pllw aX? n Just received a new shipment of all-wool Felt Goods, and + we invite you to call in and see them. N lost butMLE the hotwe urce ient, $$$$ $ ON. 1m1 without .-if .-if S H OE S H B. M. TENCH H 0 Gainesville, 0 E Florida E SR 0 E S 4 I 4

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THE F talA AllGATOR .-. Sports ThUler Piercee Lock K. K. Haiti., (hay Ed. Wcodber Naneour BoiaLL. Editor Editor .Eichangnee Pesn aIs Bie Richard Sias ry, William Parmeuter. Frank Elinore, Roif E L. ThompsonBeach Hawad, uckiey, Rubet W ilma ..-. -. ..AM stant matter, Septeaher 22, 3d I the 20-OF 1912, J. D. Wheeler, Weeks, Wifliain Fred' Du.B-sies Baums at the post~tefa at Jear. A SANE MAN THERE HE IS A MAN WHO CAN HAVE AND COMEDY tO $g dren of this show Is some books sity boys w IS ONLY ONE SAFE I TRAGEDY HEAD.-CHsTRON. that we often see in business men' IN H t o soffices H gets Bunnie Sits a long I Francis about 'way.' Dr. my 'ery it out. Smth; a lane that Parker: hair, boys; Crow: "These the bor."Tla: James." Mac Martin: sure leads "A a fast lit' Geiger-"Why did three run v often BFAMOU8S don't spit fancy. THE HART SCHAPFNER & MARX A boy t STYLE ESFOR FALL 1921 has no ending."9 "Don b'tn fla9 ARE NOW READY men ay g to New calcrnngs, new Fashion Ideas, new Fabrics. Pri y "Call me at six,1 oe-hfrd lowert& those Fall, 1920. soccer tootbl e." I come back The trains don't over there and if wasn't three days early days late? IBud--"Wouldn't rush ?" Abbott: Bostwick: und Cbillingsworth: Wanted, rry "11 she No thing she pass ran fast enough. has "No, nothing." by 0. i.Brg: books and bottles from 103 Thomas Art to back to Science fike;. this. "* lie hi. Success comes in Csns, not in Cants," and i put there for an effect which boiled down and conPete: "Well, Doctor capital is that tann this: Ambition is the father of realization. It which, if it were tot that which it is. then there could or must be a family of these abstract n-ight have been that intangible Great writers bare said that her is guch a family, something which it col not possibly ily tree, if recorded, would appear thusly: Ambition, have been, bad it been converted to Wisdom, the mother; Honesty, Duty. Ability, Sobriety mhad t tterl omethi iblr oto bhc he children. How nice it would be if every college man something or other else. it a point to wed into such a family. The last resting Hinckley: "WeU, I must be off family is the land of SUCCESS. No man can possib. S as: -Sj I noticed myself." o this happy land unless he has at sometime or othei Johnny HaM: *'AII Gaul is divided -by the tires from the hearth of thA old man Ambition]ft:ne rDIck Johnson. Gs for so many failures is that Be LH ra> eo.t re borJ Ha) *.ye h<:. ,: U .oa ye gut ed with the fluid of irresponsibility which -a -artre .I :htnnly flame of ambition. College is one n the fe" places F' 'I so r.m:r ab ut th:pportunitr is afforded a young man t. rhorougb1y dry "" ht tat rd. Oa. this liquid death to success. Th& coppouunt is affSrt!-: "How come? et acquainted with the above nar'& family, the chi--:4 'mle. a rinl. rh are all GIR LS. It is of course :eM t to tha hU' --Tva: :a-Io. he rest after his mntroducticn to Misses Huijes::. IUav. .nt. )riety and Love. But above all things a cole .' E t.k H xr Sa B.-nv I ~pe to get along with this family unless he gee-' 'r>w ar~ ,!r th the Old Man. Bill Madis' tur bu! why ai. squerader8 have changed the name of their nw ,.hxx TH rh .zyImLy o be "DOLORES;" now it is "SPANISH NIGH TS.' If muttered the her as the far-nr tros. at all like those Spanish nights we have read abtet in e ~ varI.uppe we can assure the business managern that the Un vet-r -Itva 3 Gtt' Mr. Ferill be there "en masse." 3r ,~ tiamoto' h fell into the ranks of the staff of this naper Thz'n the F>, l da r bof Tampa served a subpoena on :ne Editur-:n-A-ef rt,2Ysr.afore their court A La K. K. K. trren Kon-e. K>e4n. rrVi rtr" r oxygen. i i not farmed. Clearly two types a Copper. for vaniu tsee it in the leadrPa .-.=k. ;. a -i ii Pete Harris Ginver Milk Hwny Benet Harold 4 ~ I, Editor-rn-Chief Sports Editor 1 Ii I 'I days early? I Shoes-burnt on Venus. for College ever been '9 '9 I I .9 I ( and Love, ti ly come int ever drench -F quench to a I: 1~ 4 nun to dot Ability, Sot may not ho qusinted wi I The Ma S It used a tot C ordinary furnace materials burn or combinr with t 4 I ii ordinary Rotaryv Clul furnace a. r. and rity formed by Melt zinc. cadmium. or lea a scum ci "dross" appears, th 'e oxygen. furnace, "acuum You on the contrary. the heated object cannot combine Wt the air is in the the chemical re different. a furna processes that nd the dliffere ce imnpurities ale take place in the nCS impf and i t l E"E-

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it' ?f FLMlA ALLiGATOR C 1 fo l M S ee Jr. p tale of Spain. .Tan Omega Ptwtemmity I, Fraternity data dub" dances smof the Romeo Club were *h young ladies of the city rewanng at a dance held m&Rho roosMusi wes ~ rdy night the -Woman's sthe scent of an enjoyable 'be to the efforts of Frankln Mn Cody. whose orchestra furthe auSiC. "Shifters" seem babit tOWard the dpyi and night. 't s. to be shifting College Inn Por why: k tby" Swanson left last Frid4y thsado, where he has accepted a -with Hartzell's orchestra. hset will certainly be heard now. Jiii Icenhour, of old University ifm visited the University last tked, bringing the football Sut down from Jaeksonville. ti "Pirates" held a meeting MonLyrlo c Tuesday, QUBs *4*e 4 4 4 4 day night im Language Rail. The pledges were initiated, and arrangesenjs were made for the annual dine, but the date has not been fixed. The elub announces the following aw pledges: Donald Conant, Bert Bowyer, E. A. Regester, Steadrnan Stab! and George Stephens. Omicron Gamma Sigma announces the following initiates: Edward Millican, Frederick H. Languorthy. Dr. Enwall: "As you know, gentlemen thenr ared meanings wbih an'with flowers.' +4 ANNOUNCEMENT +4 The faculty and student body of ,the University of Florida are cordially invited to attend the Memorial Exercises of the Daughters of the Confederacy, Sunday afternoon, January 22, at the Lyric Theatre, at .3:30 o'clock. +4+ 4 4,,++,+ V. 31. C. A. MEETING *Roy Dickson led the Y. meeting January 11 and spoke about thought "As a Man Thinketh So + + 4 +. 4 4 +. 4 4 4 on the Is h eat re January 24 a,-CUAS.wrnrqnonE ITLE W1NDNA WIMTE, JAV uOU LDsd JOY M/y FAMOUS MILLIONAIRES 'CUORUJ We tied instant of its tent down. business men sat through two hours and a half anti -Atlanta tht 'flow antd reeled every were sorry when the curtain Constitution. PAGE FIVE -------. -----.-. ---. --. ---. 25 SUITS, EVERY ONE GUARANTEED GET YOURS EARLY$ MANHATTAN SHIRT SALE NOW IN PROGRESS.t STOCK UP NOW y HILL BUILDING a IaAM& MNM He." first thtrd Dickson took as his tont the eight verses iwf the twentyvhapter of Proerbs. On the mo imng of our entraiwe LnI% the w orild we hi ought with us --rantnene a r~ ti our ancest i,-. W not Hleredity firneus dttvelophe ctImes U) ~utur 'nernlint. A its t timpli( &iiins is and he bhas tot med st rotation Ici hifclhlv m eiet v, in this plastac dmng young mianhoid lege. There he comnes fluente if certain idea Lact with men im via tory. Ir ra tenhmty hoi H s Itnt(ts ose(itt attitude or strengthen sponsibibty of the ol formulated this ideaI it is adverse he slowly tramnin of his home conme acts. Psychologists of the old .( hool say "A man does, what he '. at the tume. New psychology affirms th.hut adds ''A mian is at the timnw :ks he d Cs." Hei quoted G. Stanley --al T p nJaw~ idMu .t hr wve will or her o ti rroborate ih> slea. After ti J( c1t thest Ies lopi,.g the ldea lhe gave athlvti-c As. the ibdI examples if that play in the great dlet t he great mealmn of sport and concluded by say doe'me with ne that the courage ,f th ecitmit)finally passed ci im.'ipla c prepares fPr the courimc idea tf his age of the crisis. Han. courage t( 1 Cn a ni to Mt -mitet the situation on the cam pus State of budGo into your dormitory or frat house be goes to cotand establish juleals that the men of under I he inthe present and thu figure can safelisam i ah: c(nIy livc by. SwrOom, dKrmi -The meetmrg was theni t hrown i use. open for d iscussviin of the topj of the met hta former e' euing arnd among thosn w ho ex nit. The repre.ned their opim n that "A a t mn who man thinketh so is he," werr Jim js unlimited. If .Merrin, Weaver, Richbourg. Harper, overcomes the Dick Sias and Lee Ball. They all and thots beemphasized the truth of this proverb Tfl 2 K r and said that each one df us shoul' control &ur thoughts so that by cur actions we may be known as Crt men. + NO + +IG+l+ + + + + WEEK. + Ov rg to the whole if riex3 4 'wtwk btie taken up w ith s tI the AIIhgator will be pulb~ned +4 until ti. w I onbIdtlat rn after t i eek foil w ne In if this, ii news be tu te m untii 44* + 4.44.4 Boysif you jctures made. go Studio, '-outh side preo s to students. + +4 +4 *4 w.ant some real flm to VansickeI square. Spear play on th s sotCcr team? Mount'. -I am a mg B. tanler: WcU If ou art V]mg, ut me dme TO K r N At 1$ C, j 1~! 'I A~ii. fr A 4 -1 1."I p ~ I; I, .1[~ (5 4 :1 -I H I V -. V --J -,ll TI-IF

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hold the position until th el ett:On will take plate, whenm -Masqueraden~ return from tht-r the trip and hold ther annual WVilliam Morgan., the Lyrnch Enterprise banque'. former N wasO;pp nt Trwe> (A th> Sueceedl Swanson. The first rehearsal 1922 show Was afternoon in the Baird members for the held Saturday Theatre. and pledges were the followmng present cast of characters td 4tage Ve'rt smrg duct un. Shelby H-recttr. and wai! a. t admagel fur Gask:>s h 1(j)) 1r 6 Is th 1922 -tag manager, and has as assi-tar ts Williams and Ray Alderman Jon': late F r: which MasqueHarris will be assisted by Tony Old gero and Frank Morgan direct&ors. Gary Eunis Is stage elect zician Re-t p P edrr e g.aen '.Xalit T a I II I I 9. I men about the 1e

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en-. a-a a * -------Ix PAGE SE%'! .2NIL? THE POOR SECRETARY. When you -etkill, about it. He flow else can Imove, change your ocmarriedill some"oy Is not a mind reader. he find out! FOOTBALL: RETROSPECT AND S -had was completed by"a given by President Murphree White HousA The President Wined the faculty athletic cc tee, the coaches, and the fo at the enterimmit)Otb&l I At this banquet the outlook for 3922 was discussed by the coaches by Captain-elect Duncan, and by others. It i* generally agreed that Florida will have even a better team in 1922. Only one man, Captain Tootie Perry, I. lost by the four-year -route. All other letter men may return: Duncan, Robinson, Rentfrow, Swanson Mounts, Gunn, Stanly, Tolbert, Reutanse, Wilsky, Carlton, Merrin. Dikon, Newton, Ponwroy, Cox, Burnett, Wuthrich, Doty, Perry, -and Scott. Among the Scrubs there were a fnde lot of varsity material-. In Inter-collegiate games the 'Gaterm scored 134 points to opponents' 4. Twice were the Florida lads dcheated by narrow margins. The team Was advertised with Vanderbilt as one of the two teams in the South showing the most improvement over 1920. Captain Perry was chosen on numtercue nfl-Southern teams. The following collegiate contests were played: Florida Florida, Florida, Florida, Florida, Florida, Total: 6; Caznp Benning, 0,. 33; Rollins, 0. 0; Tennessee, 9 7; South Carolina, 7. 9; Alabama, 2. ~ 7; Mississippi, 7. I 21; Oglethorpe, a. 10; North Carolina, 14. Florida, 134; other teams. )#att year's schedule is featuring ftc Armistice Day game in Tampa with Mississippi and a Thanksgiving Day game In Jacksonville with ClemNOD. Tulane and Mississippi A. & t, are two other big dates on the 1922 enrd. Coach Kline will have a eonmplats schedule announced in a few day, Another coach will be added to this year's staff. Assistant Coach Van Fleet will remain. He has been a deciding factor in Florida's success thl5 season. A freshman coach and a line coach will be added to assist Kline in 1922. The authorities hope to give Florida one of the fittest coaching staffs in the South. The S. 1. A. A. passed the one--year ?Ul*. This barring of freshmen the -__ -..._,_ -.a: In tT O VOL. No. 3 F L OR I DA S ECT AL LI GA T OR JANUARY 20, 1922 50c PER YEAR The Alumni Supplement is prepared and published by the Alumni Asociation of the University. The Alligator staff and the University authorities assume no responsibility for anything publishe din the I Aluni Sppleent. THE ALUMNI ASSOCIATION OP THE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA |PAT JOHNSON, Pres. HA] Kissimmee, Fla. leaves the last of January for Wash-4 ington, D. C., where he has accepted the position of fish pathologist with the Bureau of Fisheries. Dr. Davis has been with the Uni-j versity of Florida since 1907 and was one of the most brilliant, respected and popular members of the faculty. u .Dr. Davis is to undertake a most interesting line of Work in his new position. There is no other fish pathologist in the United States, probably in the world. Hie will have to blase his own trail. However, the Bureau is taking no chance, for Dr. Davis has worked with them during several vacation period3 and has demnonstarted his worth in this direction. In fact it might almost be said th fo an wi Fi WI tie at he has demonstrated the need r the position that he is to fill. In Dr. Davis the University loses extremely valuable mn. But iat is our loss is the Bureau of sheries gain. Our best wishes go th him and we hope that his dus will often call him to the Land of Flowers. WHY WE LOSE PROFESSORS. The Universoity of Florida been losing her professors at alarming rate for the last few ye This issue announces the loss of Davis, one of our 8*rongest yr Why are we losing them! Heretofore our salary scale been the lowest maintained by state supported university in United States, but this year it considerably above the former le Obviously it is still too low, as Davis leaves at a very substun increase. When discussing his reasons. leav thon that terr left Ing his has an ars. Dr. ien. har any the Is vol. Dr. tia! for ing, Dr. Davis did not even mensalary, however. He explained his teaching schedule was so ibly heavy that he had no time whatever for research and keepabreast of the developments in profession. Also that no wportunity was given Mao versil disco' aesse, eachi: tinue soon him to attend ns sbjects taught in a ~y are changing coninually. veries are being made; newSare being developed. A ig such a subject must his studies while teachiri become a 'back numberr" the UniNew proman cong or But RRY W. THOMPSON, V. Frei. Pensacola, Fla. lKwan and Tsing Tau. The first two places were taken by the Japanese from the Russians in 1904 and tht last from the Germans in 1914, and are still occupied and governed by the Japanese. In fact the Japanese are prominent all through northern China. These three cities are pretty and clean and the former is a flourishing seaport. Tientsin, the home of the grand old man of China--Li Hung Chang-. is probably the most modern China, due to large settlement assigned to Great Britain, Japan, Italy and Belgium. the world war Germany, Aust Russia also had conicessionls are now back Chinese. The incdudirg the sans in this Besides the and memorials the Grand Car cst, The lattec in the hands leading Allied S, maintain city in ts being France, Before tria and which of the Powers garrr nty. foreign concessions the native city and [are places of interis no different from cther narrow canals being "Grand" only in length and 'olunme of traffic. Pekmn is truly the wonderful city and except for the small Legation quarter it is "untouched" by Euro.]Wan civiliation. The principal places of interest are the Ancient and Modern Palaces, Temple an ,Altar of Heaven. Temple of Confucii, Moslem mosque and tania (Buddha) Temple. The tourists derive great pleasure in visiting the wonderful Tops, rug,. porcelain and other factories where everything is hand made. The Lamia Temple is probably one of the most unique places mn the world, in that it is not only open to idol worship, but is probably the largest religious mngtitution in the far East, consisting of temples and prayer pied by a few hund and prayer boys. for pilgrims from '-huria and distant bet. numerous subhoases and occured Lamnas-Priests It is the mecca Northern ManMongolia and TiOne cannot fail to be impressed by the apparent sincerity of the priests ceremonies. The pret rhead short sentences from the Tiean Rta and the prayer boys-students for priesthood--chant responsively in 'deep gutteral voices. The ceremony is also punctuated with hand clapping and beating of drums. m, I., X ____.---.--B. 11. COLSON, Secty. Gainesville, Fla. !worship. It5 ceremonies consist in tributes to its founder and reaffirmations to his admirable teachings. The great bulk of the chinese proper, believe in the Confucian Precepts and venerate their ancestors-which must be admitted is not a bad rehgion. The last important place of interest seen was the Grest Wall where it meets the sea at Shani Hai Kwan-a meet imposing work. While there are fewer "pig tails' seen in China and less foot binding, it is believed the people have changed but little in several thousand years. There are few railroads, autos and carriages, no street cars, and virtually no good roads. Most of the traffic is by water, and 0n land the Coolie cart, Bull cart, Camel train, wheel barrow and rikisha are principally depended upon. The coolie takes the place of the draft animal as a rule. He woiks all day including Sundays and has no holidays except two weeks near New Years. His fbod costs a few cents a day and he sleeps several in a room, and with it all strange to say, appears to be contented and happy.Nb public schools were seen and it was reported there was none. There is little or no machineryirually .11 the work being done by hand The towns and cities are very corngested and dirty and smells predominate. A great many beggars are encountered. '.Northern China at the season vis:std apeaedquite barren. There aion. A tmterial prion ofe e lands are devoted to cemeteries. Two sand storms lasting a day each, which covered the sun, were experienced. The Chinese are gvea! business ,-men, but are believed to be lacking w. leadership -bcth political and military. They are famed for their honesty, their word is their bond and breach of same means permanent blacklisting. There are no lawyers except those employed by the Government and by foreigners. In fact, the people as a whole are so peaceful and aw abAding that they are not needTed IA s some writers truly state "Te 1Grat Wall has kept the Chinamen I i but failed tg keep his enemies 0 N I' aetw chilrn, Eliabth Seld Cone now at Vassar College. ai (1921) at Bishop Brent s Bet School, Bagujo, P. 1. He has held all the conmmissiumk officer grades in the U. S. Nay From 1909 to 1913 he hcld the tcj. porary grade of Rear Admiral. ser ing tthenu afour-year detai as Cha. being appointed to this position President Roosevelt as reward I his engineering services in taking Torpedo Flotilla around the wc with the fleet commanded by A miral Evans. Campaigns: Captain Cone has served int following campaigns: Spanish War, 1898-On Crv. Baltimore, with Dewey at -the la: of Manila Bay and also the taptuir Manila. Philippmne Insurrection, 1K3 Mexican War, 1914, command Utah, landing at Tampwo at tfl time Vera Cruz was occupied. World War, 1917-191 8, tomml'ande U. S. Naval Over-Seas Aviati, Forces at one time numbering abou 30,000, with stations in France, Ital and Great Britain. On Oit. 10th, 1918, he wans sever,' ly wounded, while on an ifspectioI trip proceeding across the irsh S. on the "Leinster," when the ship wVa twice torpedoed with a I ss of .Th lives. When the ship was first strut he assisted in the life saving of 1P women and children. When the second torpedo struck the ship was virtually cut mn two, tht decking on which Captain Cone was working being blown upwards. carry ing hin with it. When he regalne, consciousness he could nqt stand, a, both legs were broken and cut in sev oral places. Knowing the ship wa: about to sink he had presence of mind enough to roll overboard, and then hn swam to a raft occupied by two sailors. In attempting to pull him aboard the i-aft was overturned; then they tied hun to the raft. He was then able to use his hands 'n keeping th,, timbers and other debris from striking his wounded limbs. Several hourg elapsed before he was rescued from the cold, rough sea by sailors from s destroyer of the British Royal Navy Besides possessing several U. S. campaign medals, Admiral Cone was also decorated for bravery by the V. S., Great Britain and Italy. The members of the University uf Florida alumni naturally feel great pride in the brilliant record of "Hutch" I. Cone. INTERESTING LETTER FROM AN ALUMNI December 13, 11421 --------LU M NORDAAIAT T H E PAGE SE.E -WW R /

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PAGE trG TUE flORIDA ALLIGATOR NEWS I I, r ~'ti j77 p t F, 4. I I ~1 I .3 .4 bJ .4 :4 MARRIAGES WOODS--ARDENS A marriage of romance and interest was that of Miss Lois Harden of Green Cove Springs and Mr. Harry E. Wood of Evinston, which was solemnized at Thomasville, Fla., Friday, December 16, 1921. Miss Barden was a student in the Florida State College for Women at Tallahassee and when school adjourned for the Christmas holidays Mr. Wood met her and the marriage occurred creating a great surprise. Mr. Wood is a popular young busi-ness man of Evinston, well known here, where he graduated from the University of Florida and is a menher of the Theta Chi fraternity. Mr. and Mrs. Wood spent yesterday in the city en route to their home in Evinston.--Gainesville Sun, Dec. 23, 1921. BRATLEY-HENDRIX The home of Mr. and Mrs L. P u ._ .r beth Watts sang sweetly "'Becauae," after which Miss Annie Ruth Cooper rendered the bridal chorus from Lvhengrin as a prOcOSSiOna~l. The bride was attended groom' sister, Miss Hazel of Miami, as her maid of ho Bratley had as his best man his college classmates, Mr. Cooper of this city. The bride was lovely In a ;uxt of dark brown broadclo hat and shoes to match. Hey by the Brat Ie y, nor. Mr. one of Rt. F. modish th, with flowers (Continued froar, page Sevet) have an annual precipitation of 75-100 inches. Other parts have as high as 150 inches. They say that the temperature 1-aries but little during the year and the nights are cool even the entire year and blankets can be .1ways used at night. The chief livestock I have seen are goats, native oxen, and some chickens. The goats are about like comman goats everywhere and are im portant because they are the che source of milk. Dairy cattle are practically unknown and also any im-. proedreds ofan kind. The oxen llrookd fat s leek and good, but are crse and of the Spanish type. They cat help being fat, for the grasses here are unbelievably lush. This is surely a "grass country." The main use of the cattle is for draft pur.poses until they are old. Then they are killed for beef. Any kind of cattie sell for $10 per cwt. on the hoof. The chickens arn built for fighting rather than for eggs or meat. Th horses are very small anti usuall thin. They average from 400-60 pounds. The oxen are of fair &ke. The College stock consists of illch goats (Toggenbrug & Saanen). chickens (barred Rocks and White Leghorns), hogs (Duroc & Berkshire), and dairy cattle (Guernsey and Jrsey). The Guernsey bull is a 2ood individual of May Rose breeding. I hope that I can build up their equipmcnt a lot while here and will do so if I can get money. Have new building for classes that I am in. Very pleasant class room, office and dairy laboratory. My classes consist of all the ordinary subjects in An. Husb. Vet. Sc, and Poultry and Dairying. I teach in English. All students are native Porto Ricons and speak Engugsh rather brokenly. I am learning Spanish-. Wishing you and yours a very flerry Xmas and a happy New Year, Sincerely yours, F. R. EDWARDS. ife-. Mr Bratley is well known as a .921 graduate of the Universt:' of Florida. He is now teacher of agri:ulture in the Wauchula high school. .rFromi Macon Telegraph, Jan. 1) Marked by beautiful simplicity was the quat wedding of Miss Wilhe Blanche Ellis to 'Mt. Wmn. Haywood Cates, of Tallahassee, Fla, which 'ook place Thursday, December 29, at 0:30 o'clock at the home of the >ride's parents, Mr. and Mrs G. W. Ellis on Cleveland avenue. Only the Imitediate families and a few life-long friends were present, nakmng the occason one of tender tentinment. Draperies of Southern smilax were festooned On~ all the walls and the living room was converted into a bower of green and white, redolent with the mingled perfume of narcissi and hyacinth. The reception room and dining rcom were bright with holiday colors, quantitieK of holly and poinsettias being used. Miss Cornelia Steed sang beautifully "Each Thought of You," and Miss Flormne latimer completed a charmmng musical program. The bride was lovely in her wedding gown of white canton crepe with hat of white georgette, carrying a bouquet of bride's roses, showered with fresh orange blossoms sent by friends from Florida, her adopted State. The ring ceremony was impressively pennrmed by Rev. Martin A. Woodt of the Vineville Baptist church. Little Miss Frances Ellis, in a dainty frock of Nile green taffeta held the bride's bouquet during the ceremony. A buffe brekfas folweafe which the bride change lherd weddingr gown for a traveling suit of blue velour. Mrs. Cates is one of Macon's talented daughters who has made h er ALUMNI RICHARDSON-ANDERSON Miss Nettie Richardson and C. Anderson were quietly married Ocala Sunday, Dec. IX, 1921. TISON-BORING Mit. Martha Tison and ard Boring were married 17th im the Presbyterian GainesviiieMir Boring, a former proplietor of the Gaimesv St* ppl' Co A-. in Mr. RichNovember Church at student ;ille A Is 4uto SETH WESTLAKE HOLILIN I)RAKEF The older student8 of the sity of Florida are greatly to leain of the sudden reath W .Hollindrak&, a miemberi c ass of 1920. etb h 'vs a bt illiant stude University. He majoredinrd science and economics. is earned him the much coveted nition of the Phi rary fraternity el Kappa P ection, to Univergrieved of Seth of the *nt and at the record recoghi hon wvhi ch 0dependent upon scholastic ability. He had a host of friends and his death was a great shock. After graduation he had gone to Jeanette, Pa., and was connected there with the Pennsylvamia Rubber Company mn a responsible position. A cast' of pneumonia was contracted, and a relapse resulted in his death. Seth was a member of the Na Sigr ma Club of the University of Flor1ia I now the Epsilon Zeta Chapter of the Sigma Nu Fraternityj, but Vt the University be fore the instaltion of the Local chapter of the national society. He was one of the chatter members if the Florida chaptei His funeral was held at 3:30 Wedresday afternoon. Six of his old associates in the fraternity acted as pallbearers. The service was brief and simple, but touching Crowds of his friends were present, including i1,anv university professors, town as-. sociates and friends of the family, an his fraternity brothers. is death ended what his friends had predicted as a brilliant future. He was only 20 year old at the time marked abltwouldr aundoubtedlys have won him greater recognition if death had not so untimely cut short Hie left a father and mother, and two brothers, ine of whom, Allen Hollindrake, is a junior at the University of Florida at the present !Jaksovile.S onnected with Pie Jacksonvnlle Traction Co. '9S-P V. Stevens has charge if the Georwia Tech campaign for $10,000. The campaign is succeeding. 'O1-Judge Charles 0. Androws of Orlando presided at the Lena Cinrke trial. motored to Ocala, where they wr quietly united. EFuse is the daughter of Dr. Hiat.Op of Gainesville, and since her return from Mary Baldwin last year she has been one of the most popular young ladies of the city. Junior entered the University last year. He is a member of the Kappa Alhpa Fra-ternity, the "Pirates' and the Masqjueraders-., The young couple intend to resude in Tampa the home of the groom, where he will probably be located with the First National Bank of that city. the Medical passed by '06--!r now pi acti th H I m '08--C. M. perintendent Dade county, able position schools are al '10-E. C. Priactice a get [y Dec. 150, C Li e if Co., 80, 000. ',tate r-hmrg a S wS tate *pros] lub, as_Medical Mtate e wrote Act, w hnh WI" t last legislature. unter S. Woodbu, g medicine mn BeLa Fisher, of Miami, of Public Instructi has far fromi an In many ways Bc lI still running Calhoun was i transferred from Ft. Pierce Cfty, where he is pastit of Methodist church. '10-F. C. Calhoun was transferred from Ft. Percee City, where he is pastir of Methodist church. '10--D. E. Capplemnan, ~ been in Indo-China is non Philippines. His address Standard Oil Co., 0f New Yo Manila, P. I '1O-L JP. Harlee, ti I the ie 1' the 'lit, Iml I" rk. y Is m I It ILake First Cenity Lake Fr V lawyer, of hi.' the are Gainesville, has recently built himself a nice new home '11-A. S. Crews, State' Attorney, has been attending court in Gamne,ville for the past two week '12---A. A. Baker has been appomuted manager of the Tampa fntrr-(kean Steamship Co., office in Jacksonville. 'I3-J. A. the Manatee Bradentown, '14--Capt. spent the Howze Title G Fla. W. H. C Christmas s mn ,Uar rom ~ an age Lid Gainesville. Early In Januars left for New York with the int of going to Europe'. .'15-U ried Blount owns an in the 'Valdeck-Deal Dredgng operating in Miami and vicinity '15--Sam P. Harn is building self a home in University terra '15-F. F. Halnma, better kno' "Fritz," is working for a (1oct0r gree in the University if C'alit He expects to receive it next Ji '15-J. Post Halloww sufteroI reparable loss in the death 1 wife this fall. Post has a tatu of about two ears. He ia wc for the State Road Depa rtnien Parrish. '16-J. Rex Farrior is st ntd i f vio wine hnCe wn as 's dean Ilmng at igh ork It Cr I at the U. of F. '1-J. ?4. Tillman is successf representing the A. A. Chemical in the Winter Haven section pointed of tse Rogcrs I commnen to succeed Zoological comes w It) dat ions I-'LORIDA DJr. Davis as bead Department, Dr Se raghest re. PLAYS NOV. 4. V Evry ur has al' the Uni'ersityv of F one big thing in Ga ly meant more to anything ~e. but Klne would sprmn on the people as to, with H-a rvard. Univ plays Harvard NOv. the writer about to, the wildest drens sity football team. HARVARD na:own ta lprd was n mtulle ania. ore ad a rUrprfle dedulea gamn. er'ity of Fkorid. 4 Tb13 taia year. ahead of ,' tue 1rmver '01-H. Di. Waugh a marn the Atlanta Barbeis Supp] which was destroyed by tue causing a loss estimated at $ ~'04--J. Will Yon, forme, ly auditor, is managing the 1 Hotel in Miami. '05-R. H. Fryer of Sumat recently elected secretary of th Beekeepers' Association. '06-Dr. Wmn. M. Rowlett I dent of the Tampa Kiwanis C sociate editor of the Florida Journal and Secretary of the Medical Examining B'arI H Rat, we and all From The U Earl a i0 nd ). the Ceorg ('t, Pa., tnfee fror IQ of Per Ilomestea "f alarv is not much larger, A untis (U, CARD FROM F H. ERu' tiM The secretary .n following postal from Xe Wish to (.ommIFd roug ht fulne'p m writ rtq. F' R him pt.o EdWAs and li aut" 7 We have our Chambe, merce, 'famp site anli ma things, bdt the honoi of p greatest advertuimg stunt city n its history faIN t> G. Kline and his br'iiisnt i ,thy 1921 season. t mverslty of Floria, f Present down to the mon were a bride'5 bouquet of bride roses ;howered with maiden hair fern and carnations. The maid of honor was gowned in a ,ecoming afternoon frock of Harding ilue canton crepe, with a black oanne velvet picture hat. Her flowrs were a corsage of pink Killarney oses and fern. Following the ceremony an infornal reception was held, after whih h Ar. and Mrs. Bratley left in their ar for a honeymoon trip to Orlando rid other southern points. Mrs. Braticy has u wide circle of ends in Gainesville wvho will wish I er every happiness in her married ELLIS-CATES WEDDING ;

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THE PLORIDA ALLIGATOR C__I Lit, NET TEAM *FLORIDA. rdiafterflool, A 3 Florida's I avnquizh the( The' ~sot tree anl Pthe Rollinss able t0 i porntiof-. LOSE9 TO January fourTennis Stars net artists Gatorn wond th doubles. tar, was the overcome his plybegan, the contestants iials met and decided that t e allowde to choose her own -o lori, hnh playe gges.It was furthermore dej bt the singles matches would gn point each, and the doubles das making a total of five ML and eliminating possibility of of Florida, and Vincent, le arn, struggled evenly for a ove the other. Wiliams won the first set by the score Wi -M. After this, a jinx caught and carried him away, for won the secord set easily is score of 6-0. kswahile Kiock, of the 'Gators, Nhmpson, of the Tars, were 'it hot and heavy on another -Kiock managed to steal away Rolns star came back athim carred off the next 8-6. Klock hack strong and took the third hiding set and the match by Ne feature of the *vening was the -p between Griffith and Cohen., tion, fund the little Gato r tative a tough adversary. Pet hell there he was to be found was there to get it. Both men their courts well, and both ya classy game mP every re-Griffith finally won the first by the meager score of 7-5 In second pericd, Cohen showed, t orn, and reversed the decision the same score SAt the end of this set, the players lared a holiday and rested. In the set, the play was just as brilidn, but the big boy finally snatched a nntory by the count of 6-4. The first set of the doubles looked lack for the Orange anid Blue. Griffith, with his general versatihty, and Thompson, w ith his fast, elany net time. walkd thra thw Gators tto the scorN of 6-1 Te second set showed a radical change. Kock and Cohen it thei strie, and tes re *~a Th third neniod kept the good work toing. anti Florida tame o'e wt'ith 6-4 criffith "e *e-y the out-tand_Sfeaturt of it tournamen. Ut> And his fine sportsmanship won the tdbiration and applause of the srwcWOI$. All of the matches were reported to have a strong cage team and the indications are that the game will be a hotly contested oe As a curtain raiser there CiII be a game staged between the Gainesville High School girls and those of Ocal8 High before the main attraction ef the evening tomes off. Owing to this added feature students wil be assessed 25k at the door. GATOR SON FIVE OUTCLAES STETBY 45 TO 2s SCORE. TEAM OPENS. ing ye t osin hich ha rarely, if ever, been seen on the 1ol cout swamped the Stetson five I 45 to 25. Altho thebHatters put u a game fight all the way thru, and displayed a style of playing that haa m*ade them champions in former corked a brand of basket-ball which oVershadowedj their best efforts. The I game was fast and hard-fought thruI out, but was featured by good' Dortsmanship on the pant of both teams. Moss, at forward, proved the outstanding star for the Gators, while I the work of Captain Byrd anda New variety. The speed and accuracy of the little forward were too much for* the guarding ability of the Stetsonites, while his dribbling and passing were of a type seldom seen. Moss also did the foul shooting for Pier ida, his skill at this branch of the game adding several point tob t fspeed and covering power that was responsible for the Hatters Iosin many points which they night have aggre rn gae thru ut Byrd w a a demon at breaking up attemipts at goal and showed a marked ability to keep the ball mn Gator territory by Ray.a fo~rdr wa the man of the hour for Stetson, while Mdler, ahs at forward, and Collins. at cen t'-r. were players of great abihty. 4.' M1os(21) Mifler 42> Duncan 42 Stetson (2' Fimwaids Fay (15 Miller tS (enter ('ohms (Capt) Guards Byrd jfl iapt. Shubagtr Newton (2) Hughes (2) Substitutions: fla. (First Half)Potter i6> for Miller; Gunn i2) for Duncan; Gray 2 for Newton. So nd fo Half: Gunn for Du cn Gray for Newton; Cohrn for Potter; Bninbv fur Gray: Hait for Newton. Rgerctre: Rrx Farrior Ioo ( HA LL MEN Sw EATER IN RECEIVE (H HAPEL Tw enty-three b'ut Rwraters, each tf ont to the mn n f th 192 foobatH squad last Friday in chapelt Dr. Murphree made the presentation with a few appropriate words for each PAGE NLNR 'I I] 41 teen "rahs tot the Jax Alummn. and anotheci Gatur fr .r t he "best Pres dent mn the world.' It wvi I be r mc. e cie that the team was g:vcr. gold footballs before IChristmas as a token of the splendid 'xork they did. These were the gifts of the Jax American Legion who so generouSly dornated their time as we as their mono> in order to give the Gators an VenJ sable reC eption MIlNOR SPORTh The mnter-fraternhtyv schedule is at f1ll1w" Jnuary 31t-Theta 4 jFebruary 2nd-S A Z. B. T1., S. 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That's one reason why you can get Camel Quality at so moderate a price. Here's another. We put no ui frills on the Camel package. No wrappers!" Nothing just for shove Such things do not improve the any more than premiums or coupons. their added cost must go onto the or come out of the quality. .V-----== SERVE you courteously SAVE you money on your purchases SATISFY your most exacting demands. THAT'S OUR SLOGAN E a-E C S D U. REYNO.DS TOBACCO cC, Winstoa-Sdnea. N.C.

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flOE TEN COLLEGE SIDELIGHTS." HBo" McMilln, famous Centre IM~e quarterback has signed a anct to coach the football tear Centenary College, Shreveport, nr. a Laryof $S,OOO yearly. FREE VERSE BY GEORGE. Cal. I conmnof La., The Freshmen and Sophomores of -Xidiigan A. & M. College recently heda tug of war to decide whether ae Freshmen should wear their eaps thruout the year or not. The Sophoinore won so judge the result for smurself. The majority of the men at Dartauth College belong to the Darbseth Outing Club, which maintains a string of' cabirs in the White moun1mnt. During the winter months the maidnta make many trips through fle mountains on skiis and snow toes. The Washington Cub is considering Japn in the near the baseball team mmtumf after an Jhpsn, were they am.= of the island IUniversity Glee *an offer to tour future. Recently of this University extended tour of met the leading The western collegiate body is con aentfing to be "easternized." At the Vuiversity of Chicago the interfrawernity council has brought forward the question of "knickers for men.' Nowr Northwestern is willin2 to consider the adoption of not only knicken, but monogram pipes, green hlannet bags for carrying books, and tea arnd toast for breakfast, say leading eternity men-Collegiate World. v-mar examinations are a thing of the past in the Wharton school of tie IUiversity of Pennsylvania. Dean Johason believes that the time can &e spent more profitably in co-ordinted class work rather than in prepifl for exams. Two weeks of each semester will be saved in which more pmfitabie knowledge can be rained by the students--The YV 1ewsEarly in January, America Will meet by -r district meetings f. dis--------the colleges representati to further Iof yes the Tauar In usarrnarient edUCationl. Shatlfy after, ail colleges will vote *f, the questions which are upperwest at the conference. -.--niverm.tt News. Determine) to 1ootbalI elevens Itch collected show loyal students more than Ity to of Ge t "e thenr orgia thon ns dollars to pay the expenses of ending the institute band to New York for the football game between Genrgla Tech and Penn State, Octohwe 29th. The money came entirely Iron, the student purses, and contribbltions were voluntarily.-Collegiate Enys, if you want piatres made, go td'bo, south side prin, to students. some real nice to Vansiekel's square. Special Al, you know what-Well, I'd jus Like to be A Li'I stampAnd B'longi t 'N' lie 'round 'Mongst her things 'N'-things, 'ni' Wait. 'Cause you all Know how Ev'r do has His day-gas So, ev'ry li'i Stamp mus' do His duty, too; So, I'd jus' Wait, n' Wait'Till, bye'n' bye The Sweet Young Thing Would write A letterAnd, thenShe'd gently Hug me roun' The Neck, an Smellini sweeter'n Any rose, she'd Turn me over, 'N'-O Boy.A Lick my Back! 'n' 'Twould tickle So darn good That, I'd jus' Like to stick Right there Forever. But,-I guess I'd jus' get a So tkkled 'That I'd curl Right up ,N' laff. a' laff -r 'N' laB'Till the cutie'd C Stiek me on Her letter, an' then-I guess I'd Just feel like I'd been ducked In Marshmallow (Treme The corner Sunday FREE RIDE "Earaea Special' of Buckmsrn Hall mornings. 1. ab A -t ".4 *2W' 'I" -' A --. tW4 Vt tk; -, -.*YeS the bout 5I:30 Dr. Chapman's annual rendition .f "Moo-Cow, Moo" was given in Chancl on Jan 6. and judging from the applause, it hns last none of its pipularity. Presbyterian C. E. wants you Sunday evening at 6:3O t' seeC o'clos k. Jinmmy Boyd, the manager of c01 year's Caters, has been 9tartlog h'wok by getting the football nilter al decked up and in shape fo' hard use when that record-breaki':z squad cezmes out to train for Haryard. If the Florida gridmen fail to bring back the Crimson scalp it will not be Jimmy's fault,. C Kelley-Miller Music Company e THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR GYM. EQUIPMENT WAS INSTALLED' DURING HOLIDAYSTh0 gym equipment ordered by ital in theha gyrfr vethe future use of arty and all ur~vvsity student& Hereafter there will be no excuse for flabby muscles and flat chests for regular exercise under a competent director does much to keep oLtein condition. Dr. Manchester reports an unfr-e tunate accident to the sauiting horse. He suffered a broken leg on the way down here. A new one has been ordered and will be added to the patient under direction of Dr. Sweet, when it arrives. Dr. Shealy and is vet. science classes may be calle on if necessary. The equipment was put up during Christmas vacation and now the gym has a very business-like appearance with the adjustable flying and travelling, which can be made into tropezes and swings, hanging from the beams above. Climbing ropes for those who would rise above their fellowmen are also ready for use. Around the sides of the building der the ha] punching b~ Parallel bar fits are ava soften the to the begin physical edt out -of-doors lcony a ags an and] ilable shocks inner. cation but the ladd4 d ch, 1orizo with whit Thb nil mn th assemble mn the gym an become proficient at bar, skinning the eat, horse, or whatever 0,t learned in an up-to-dat Men with experience gym ir to m-iay Sym para will phys ers othe who work are re Dr. Manchester go forward v team and an tus work. Cred be given in pla 'ical exercise. in tumbling. r stunts will'be Uners. est weights. nital bar outbig mats to hi may come (lasses in more meet o future will d endeavor t" chinning the vaulting the er stunts are e and ability quested to report in order that he ;ith plans for a exhibition of nplit for this work ce of the regular A class for leadpyramiding, and started for those desire the mIstruetion. *Sgt. Koph of the Military Depaitment will conduct (lasses mi wresting and boxing, beginnng next week. The Sergeant a wel known for h is abhih litn 11h se I ,ns and in fart has bern a champion wrestler at i i weight .Aiy who enter his Wlasbts should pr-ofit In hi teaching ()P ir l b~ Ma-.,tmi W ffic is a mlat hie calkd a Wet Spirometer Urn. blows 0: 4 tub. afltr takmng a deeji bi ath. arid fiils a tank with, a it A guage *ecords the operators lung capat i mn cubic centimete, Aserage tapaiz i, 250 cce 300 being a high mark and over :100 m *-xellent. f'.w 'utsidt the m ist confirmed wmI djamm net, raise the guage o'er the third century niark. The spzromet.r will be used in the mndividuai tests of students to .he made socn by Dr. Manchester. Ar unconfirmed rumor has it that the lawyers are pushing plans for an inter-collegiate tournament on te spirometer. VALUABLE DONATION FOR LIBRARY-. The Library was recently present-. contain anhintersting preface, eand a biographia ktho h ieo the emifient author. The one striking aspect Is the beautiful illustrations of many colors, bright and yet unusually soft. These iIlustrationls in themselves constitute a piece Uf rare artistic work. The Library has been fortunate le do Rev stimia O an ~ed i securing th of the late a library e wen $250 wi be phac selves, and a plate wi tien: "in Edwards." In nation of the books .Rees W. Edwards, ted to be worth bed $3000. The books ma sects n by themover each volume will1 th the following Memorium Rev At present Miss b e inscripRees W. Militimore has on hand only the sets of books on Philosophy and Theology, the other sets to arrive in due time. Mr. F. Ii. Edwards, who is interested in the school course, may add to this donation an amount of money for the project of the purchase of additional volumes. He desires to make the books available to the young people all over the state, and believes that the best method in accomplishing this desire is by donating them to the University,. SEMINOLE STAFF MUST HAVE PICTURES AT In out order that the Suminole on scheduled time it is that the pictures be once. It will take a arrange them and th quires all material a days before the time appear. Thus it can how urgent this call more, if the material the printer in contract, a to paid, and this of publishing. There hasb tists to the art to this had to spend r greatly artists their a', thon of han goc e t thet rea '5 doe ONCE be put urgent dod ;r at id wvlilt to let. '-c