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The Florida alligator

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Title:
The Florida alligator
Alternate title:
Summer school news
Alternate title:
University of Florida summer gator
Alternate title:
Summer gator
Alternate Title:
Daily bulletin
Alternate Title:
Orange and blue daily bulletin
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Orange and blue bulletin
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Place of Publication:
Gainesville Fla
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the students of the University of Florida
Creation Date:
February 17, 1922
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Daily except Saturday and Sunday (Sept.-May); semiweekly (June-Aug.)[<1964>-1973]
Weekly[ FORMER 1912-]
Weekly (semiweekly June-Aug.)[ FORMER <1915-1917>]
Biweekly (weekly June-Aug.)[ FORMER <1918>]
Weekly[ FORMER <1919-1924>]
Weekly (daily except Sunday and Monday June-Aug.)[ FORMER <1928>]
Semiweekly[ FORMER <1962>]
Weekly[ FORMER <1963>]
daily
normalized irregular
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English
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v. : ; 32-59 cm.

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Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
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United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates:
29.665245 x -82.336097

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Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 24, 1912)-v. 65, no. 74 (Jan. 31, 1973).
General Note:
Summer issues also called: Summer school ed., <1915>-1920 and again in 1923; summer issues also called: Summer ed., <1921>.
General Note:
Has occasional supplements.

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I BASEBALL which are under his supervision, will
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1 I: "Are :you going; out; for baseball?" and first of April, respectively.Keep Iee faith / a !
I 4 seems be the main question of the your eyes on the track; thereis ing
H t day. Last week Coach Richbourg something going on every day.A t
called for all men wishing to try out list of the men who have reported -
It I as pitchers and catchers and as a ret thus far follows: with the .
t suit some fifty men were out on- the J. Schabinger, M. D. Schultz, U. A. .
diamond Monday afternoon. Smith, U. H. Stephens. C. H. Sum-

mers, W. J. Taylor, L. E. Todd, J. SMOI : Regular practice is called for Monday Walsh, R. Wray, G. B. Petteway. J. a ;
'I February 20, and all men whore B. Dickey, J. H. Logan, M. C. Wil-
I to try for a position on the Varsity ensky, A. E. Clark, E. Moore. M. U.
:1 i nine are expected to .report in uniform Mounts, U. G. Parmenter, S. Pom- Our lifelong knowledge of choice to- !
a:l at 3 o'clock of that day. Each eroy, D. A. Rambo, H. A. Bosman. C. baccos our years of manufacturing ex-
1 t position will be bid for by several B., Rratley, M. T. Campbell, Carter, facilities
If men and the successful applicant may Case, Clegg. Coe, Collins, Connell, perience and our up-to-date are
f : besure that he- has won his place by Cox, Curon, Doty, Gifford, Hare, concentrated on making CAMELS the
i t lard work and real merit. Hudson.. King, Lennard, Martell. finest cigarette that can be produced. i
::1' ; Some of the men out for baseball
l"" are Ward, Scott. Blake, Wallace' NOTICE, SOCCER TEAM! Into THIS ONE BRAND we put the
I' Carlton, Bange, Snow, Williams, Dun s
UTMOST QUALITY. A better ciga-
can. Lester, Harkness, Kinney, Moss, All equpiment issued to membersof t
t Hitchcock, Gray, Green, Williams, soccer squad are requested to :: rette cannot be made-even for a higher

.1 Bue! Roach, Sale, Hartman, Beasley, check in same to Captain Dupont, price. E
,: Bracken, McClendon, Gunn, Van- Room 92, Thomas, before the expira-
H'i I I ..1 I Sickle.. tion of next week. ,t', CAMEL is THE QUALITY CIGA- :

I ;'II 'I RETTE-made for men who think for
-i r TRACK
'" ,I VOLLEY BALL I .themselves-for folks who appreciate

tf:, Captain Sollee says there is great Dr. Manchester has called for the !: really fine tobacco.

!. promise of a winning track team this first volley ball practice today and tomorrow -
Ii; 1; year. Every day new men are added afternoon. All men who wish .:: ONE BRAND-ONE QUALITYONE -

,f to_the long list of some fifty aspir- to try out for the team, especially SIZE PACKAGE.'r
ants. I veteran volley-bailers, should reportin
Captains Adkinson and Ryder arestarting the gym on these days. That is the way we. keep faith with the
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afternoon they put them through an first of next week. and will take
easy exercise ,allowing their muscles place every Tuesday, Thursday, Friday -
; to loosen tip without strain or sore- and Saturday afternoon!
I, ness. Later they will be put thru Due to the interest in volley ball
strenuous training, and graduallyeach track, swimming and baseball, the
I man will acquire that ease and athletic exhibition will be postponedfor
i form so necessary to good track work.I a time. Already, however. tumh-
/ The track is still in an unfinished I, lers and gymnasts are roUin and
state due to the delay in the shipment.f turning about the gym in a fantastic
cinders. When finished it will be I V manner. V
.ne to be proud of. I
Dr. Manchester announces that the We scraped the tar off Rollins"in a
inter-college and inter-class meets, finished style this time.
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Half Block from Atlantic Coast Line Depot + + + + +- + + + + + + + 1 ped when "Robby" Robinson sprained rough and a! times dirty. At

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I + SPORT NOTES + of the game. I. W. Phillips was the I 17-9 in favor of the Delts.
-- -. + + outstanding star of the evening. He In the second half the K.A.!*
Kelley-Miller i'fi;Company -Ii + + + + + + + + + + 4- + + I covered the floor with remarkable back strong and had the edge <

DEALER 1, "Say, Bo going to the barbecue speed and tallied a total) of 12 points I i Delta Rho's, making 5 points tc
I V EDISON AND BRUNSWICK PHONOGRAPHS tonight? "Barbecue? Where's that?" for the K. A.'s, while Hadlow got 2 2. But the lead was too grea
AND RECORDS II i I 1"Mutt! don't ya know the 'Gators are I points. Fahs did well for the DeltaRho's. I them to overcome and the gamed
Latest Sheet Music feed the little : making 13 points, while Butler. Deli
String_Instruments_ and Supplies on dear pretzels from with a 19-14 victory for
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SCHOOL-WHY NOT COME OUT? Sigma Nu's increased their lead by 4 YITFORl\f
points at the first tip of the ball, but -

the S. A. E.'s nose out a 4 point victory -- : SOLE AGENTS-
The Baraca Class of the Baptist Church needs you Sun- in the last 2 minutes of play on

goals by Stanley and Davis. The : PHIFER BROS. DEPT. STORE
day morning at 9.45. Prof. Rogers is a "live wire." Every- game was in doubt up to the last I I. ,
second of play.
body invited to attend.rr e Gainesville, Florida1iTr
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I __ Well, last night, I -. "Good,Enough" is .

I ; iic ADVENTURERS Had a date with a- i not good enough Jiii

Sweet .
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,I )l l8Y- An' if I had 'are in Porter's Fitform Clothes for young R

I T Frank Mayo inI' Known her r brand an' men and older men who want to stay 4A %
DOCTOR JIM I II t \

I YKatherine- Flavor, I could/'avo : young. In the tailoring of these sup;; <

fte. McDonald in ] Sold two hundred erbly styled garments the "easy way''* '
gross #
CURTAIN makes way for the better way and Ij '
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We, esday- "How fine can they be made?" crowds"J
Alice Brady in 1 the '.
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MONEY : out the usual manufacturing question .
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and not -"Ho wfast can they be made?" "

Alice Lake in Quoth a word, for .

'THE GOLDEN GIFT Her lips woulda spoke : WE EARNESTLY INVITE EVERY I!

Ft a EgPERIENCESPORTING For themselves, and ahe : MAN OF TWENTY TO THREE ///j\\ "/ i )1

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LABEL IS AN ADDITIONAL
GOODS '
You said it! She was PITFORM .
GUARANTEE OF UNQUALIFIED .}

Terms Football A Venus de Milo curved, QUALITY. Clodwfo..Ycwgl3eao -

: Blue eyed, golden haired t) "
Basketball ; -' y .
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H B. M.\ TENCH H Of publishisg every ..1. # .
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And an thereby hangs may-toes" and charge you carries its point. i
twentY-I
eggs ycu eat have been cOok- five cents a basket. In the Medical beer will make more people
. .. __ A tale. : ed long enough, but not soon enough.A call them Tce-ma-toes" and charge I sick than well.
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I ,! To avoid catching cold- woman in Texas is suing for a I you twenty-five cents a quart. I i Pannebaker informed us that her ,
divorce from her husband because he At a woman's fifth wedding in New .face was so sweet it attracted flies.
I NORAH II I I We satupclosetogether, / slapped her seven years ago. Han Yak her four former husbands were I When you tell a man something It

t J Like that, only closer. : she got a'quick temper. all present. The organist played, I goes in one ear and out the other;
I Art and Gift Shop 1 1Ketares -.. Peopie used to think it unsafe to "Haflr hail, the gang's all here." Iwhen ycu tell a woman something it s
and Picture Frames ta | Because I believe in ride in autos, but sow it is almost Old friends are the dearest, but,I goes in both ears and out of her i
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DRUGGISTS -I' So near-so darn (:

TIE REXALL STORE '
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Agents for
jlttts and Norris Candies Could I do? -'

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Ofice Graham Building But,-her lips were *

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in Groceries Did you know you could mak
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: DELIGHT COFFEE j for about 2 l-2c each? See Drigger

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t EDITORIAL DEPARTMENT Gator gallery team scored a .. -
: 1 I Pete Harris _.Editor-in-Chief total of 904 oat of a possible 1000 in / j
; Glover Miller _Managing Editor the rifle match with the University .
:. f Robert Wray Assistant Managing Editor cf Tennessee oh Saturday. In a UNIVERSITY MEN : ,
: 1 Richard Bias _. -_ Sporting Editor match with Emory University on
tl{ Robert Pierce v, -Society Editor, Monday the team scored 874 out ofa .L' I
6, ': Harold clock .. changes possible 1000. The opponentsscores Demand value and style '
I K. K. Hansen, Ojzy Bie __ \ Personals were not reported ia i time to 4

.,: go in the paper. Society Brand Clothes
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REPOR TERS
Each man fired twenty shots, five ,
I Ed. Woodberry, William ParmenterBeach Hazard J. D. Wheeler, Fred from standing position, five kneel- Hanan Shoes, Manhattan Shirts, Knox Rata
: : ':Mansour. Frank Elmore, Rolf Buckley, Hubert Weeks: William Du- ing, five prone, and five sitting. 1

Bois, L. L. Thompson. The score against Tennessee was Are featured lines in the,Giddeons Store.

as follows:
BUSINESS DEPARTMENT
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j : Aleck White .- .Business Manager C. R. Hiatt, (Capt.) 93 out of-a Mail erders a specialty. '
r Horace Wilson Assistant Business Manager possible 100 \ L -

r Entered as second-class matter, "September 28, 1912, at the postoffice at W M Bradshaw 92 > -
C. T. Davis 92.
, I Cainesville, Fla., under the Act of March 3d, 1879. I
; H. M. Salley. 9!
Rate-The Florida Alligator, $1.50 the year. R. ,C. Trimble 91. I : I II
I D. I. Disbennett 90. .
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HENRY GIDDENS CLOTHING CO.
'- THE ROTARY PRESS BREAKFAST W. S Middleton' 90 : .

I'' The-editors of the State'of Florida were fed, entertained and L T Pesdarvis 89 '/ I
I enlightened as the guests of Tampa Rotary Club at the Ninth Annual J. A. Osborne 88. .!, TAMPA_ FLORIDA-
I L. A. Vansickle 87. i
I Press Breakfast at the Tampa Bay Hotel, Wednesday, Feb. ,I
shot as
Against Emory the boys ,
8th. You have got to hand it to those Rotarians when it comes to folows: .- -. Ii

entertaining, too, because it is very seldom that two hundred and W. S. Middleton 90. <

I fifty' men are gathered together and given seven course banqueta T. L. Vansickle 90. r'I

( la breakfast), music by a ten-piece orchestra, a one round prize R. C Trimble 89 '-" - '
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,' to Victrolas, a bill of Keith's Vaudeville and an address by the V. M. Bradshaw 87.
,. ./ Hon. William Jennings Bryan. Such w as the course of events I H. M. Sally 87. BAPTIST CLUB NOTES. I I SECRETARY OF A. A. E. SPEAD

when the editors were called to the Press breakfast by: order of the I I E. M. Schabingex 86. Baptist;:;
The boys' Club has inter-)!I The Wednesday morning WPi
i iL i O. P.. Davis 84.
; Emperial Gizzard of the Infizzable Empire K. K. K. (Kome, Klean, ''
: L. T. Pendarvis 83. esting meetings nearly every Sun- room was given b Mr. C. E. Dray4
Konfess) to stand trial, charged with.,' issuing a periodical of ill i l re-j I day afternoon beginning at 1:45 General Secretary of the America '
\1 k pute. -- BIDS FOR NEW BUILDING TOO o'clock. Visitors as well as membersare Association of Engineers. Mr.Dnt-
i I I HIGH. invited to atte d. er spoke, not in particular about t fir!: :
: SCARCITY OF INDIVIDUALITY !I Mr. Mathews led the meeting of engineering profession, but on fli

I : It is a sad state of affairs when an American University is so |I When the bids for the* erection of 'Sunday, the fifth, and brought out !!general subject of thecollege ca(
an auditorium at the University of some interesting points on "How to I l i as a salesman, selling hupplf ft l&
i devoid of leaders that student activity is led by small !I I'I'I
every one
i j+i I Florida at Gainesville were tasea in- Read the Bible." He told us that I+[!world. He emphasized the point tWI
f : group of men who rule the student body and carry out its plan to j j I i to consideration by the State B-jard I Ii if we would read three chapters of i I knowledge is not power, bqt rat$

suit their tastes, whether they are right or wrong. A student j j i of Control at its regular se. sii.i: in i ii the Bible each day during the week I I,energy capable of being transformed
body and activities are the life of an institution. Some schools |j{i Tallahassee Monday it"as round i and five chapters each Sunday we I! into power by the vitalizing fwtf.**,
,. could read the Bible !i of character and personality.
in
that all exceeded the appropriation through a
of life
complain no spirit or on the campus. Even the students : I
;for the project. year's time and have time to spare. I In this connection he told rft
1 i themselves complain and go so far as to leave the college that 1 j jtJ :I It was, thought likely, however, I II (Let us read the Scripture more). I form of inventory" so to speak 4*

1 means the most to them because they are not satisfied: with the ;'that a compromise could be reached The past: Sunday's meeting was I!vised by an engineering Dean 'Sit

; : student affairs. They do not stop to think that a student body |I with the Southern Ferro Co., whose led by Mr. Smith. His subject was: i J i i inventory takes up the pija4

I I \ ; should be a Democracy and could be one if each of them would do I bid: was several thousand iiHars "The Development of the FourSquare i I I mental, moral and other chaiete

his part. Instead, the average student is content to sit back and ![I above appropriation' and was the lowest Man, How Applied to the j::I tics of a man such as health eMI -
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i offer. Should the Atlanta concern University Life, etc. "Come out 'tion business aptitude and re .
I follow the suggestion of George and vote for his candidate for the ]i revise its bid to meet the appropriation t our meetings." allC/ which are factors in detd!

; i presidency of first this student activity and then that, whether he t it is understood it will The Baptist Club Social given at ring whether or not a man is s

', ::1 / be theGeorge's proper man for the job or not. So it goes on and probably jbe awarded the contract. I the evening of the 10th at the cot- I fut In speaking of education, lit
J candidate is also the seeker of another important office ..I tage, was a most enjoyable affair Drayer laid special stress ca *
: i |I Presbyterian C. E. wants to see for all who were present. value of good English. "A fuse
I on the campus; to be sure either that the member of M
the
or small
I Let us I of the language] :
i, you Sunday evening at 6:30 o'clock. get together more often.REPORTER.. English
group that is likely to get all the officers of any import. It is I said, "is the keenest tool whiti iI

t worse than a sad state of affairs when student body glows any SUMMER SCHOOL OPENS. I I man may take away from a'DBr'sity
I : k small number of to MRS. SOLOMON SAYS i ."
men make the student activities the wheel of a : I
small mechanical Summer eehocl at the Universitywill r To illustrate his point le
Monarchy, so to speak. Who can be blamed for yj
i all this harm to open o'n Wednesday, June 14, Being the seccnd confession of the several application: for po!i 4_
an institution? You look over any campus and I I and will close on Wedesday: August !seven hundreth wife of King Solo- j each of which the writer'i ld
you will see it divided, into organizations. This is good, because 14. These dates were selected by mon. I j good sense and ability to exprMS

h an organization of 20 men can do more than a hundred men work the summer school board at a meeting I I Gather round, ye beach-nuts, and ',lost him the position. Indeed, a -:
a- ing separately. Where the trouble lies is that 90 per cent of the in Tallahassee on February 11. j barken to these words of wisdom. may be a very capable engi ,
men in these organizations The members of the board in attendance I!I have yet another warning concerning unless he can write a defeat alb
initiative are members only in name, lacking any t j I were W. N. Sheats, state I| the vamps which dwell ia Baby- tkn he can never get a job- .
e whatever and not appreciating the fact that individual- !;superintendent: of public instruction; j i;Ion, each more cunning than the Mr. Drayer closed with aoet! ._
ity starts everything and the organization finishes it. So it is that !!!|Dr. A. A. Murphree, president of the !r.ext. I charge thee heed my words; the future, the possibility oi
,t a hand full of men rule the situation right or wrong and the sleepy j 1 University cf Florida, at Gainesville II j ira them shall ye'find the accnaiu- meat in sde'tifk endeavor, 'ii

students wake up too late and kick at what they have allowed the I Dr. Edward Ccnradi, president of the i fated wisdom of centuries. 1 duty of the college man to teer .: f .
chosen few to j State College for Women at Tallahassee When a damsel sunneth her locks n.the advancement ofactivity _
get with
This t
away situation
is true of almost any and. W. S. Cawiborn. :upon the beach; when s\e- tesseth during the comiaS ;:_
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American college and can only be remedied by the individuality of The faculty at the University\ of them in the wind; when she shaketh i tion.

the college men. .. Florida Summer School will be as II I her bobbed curls; when she scenteth J!
.I follows: her hair with spinenard and d>yona.,! 1t
The Masqueraders will advertise the University in ten of Florida's Dean J. W. Norman education; T. J'I1 charge thee, have caution. Flee I JOHN B. SUTTONAltorneyAtLaw
leading cities with this year's offer I W. Simpson mathematics; '3:. G. i while yet there Is time. 'it
has been "Spanish Nights. There Metcalf, mathematics; C. L JI 11nZ- For this is the Mermaid-Vamp; t
quite an advancement this year in Dramatics on the worth, mathematics; W. H. Cassels, ]i and many a good bachelor and vise t 301 Citizens Bank IThZ
Florida campus and is welcome as one of the best advertisements English; E. C. Black, English; W. B. '! (and rich) hath mistaken her tresses TAMPA FLORIDA .

N a school can have. Hathaway, English; S. A. Draper,I for a halo, and been caught in the _I -. __ .. .LI -
English; B. B. Lane, English; F. W.';net of her ringlets. Therefore I say ''

1 *,Now, the 'Gator diamond is the scene of athletic activity and Buchholz, latin; Miss Maud Sanders, 'I to use a xncdern expression, as it At
geography; Miss Georgia Barker, were, beat it while yet the beating -
by the looks of those veterans out there it will I ENGRAVEDOAIJLING '
I be a case of the man botany and zoology; A. P. Black, is good (i. e.) while yon shimmering;
making the team who understands thoroughly that "A Hit in physics and chemistry; J. M. Lake, coast is clear.) Be not deceived byj; t
"Time Saves the Nine." history and civics; E. W. McMulten, a bathing suit; it is in itself a start CARDSfor
history and civics; J. E. Wfllett, his- ling exposure. > .
.:E1 editor of The Alligator was not present at the Rollins' tory and civics; Mrs. Stella P. Ar- Meditate ye and ponder over these
Sandspur Banquet but he is in utter sympathy with he rington primary methods; Mrs. Joseph words, for next week we shall re- young men 1
movement Roemer methods view the ;f
primary ; Miss ravages of the Motherly-
started there to get a better
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co-operation between the Florida col Gertrude McArthur rural school prob Vamp*
leges., We do not see anything to hinder a closer relation if the lems; E. A. Haynie agriculture,, Gainesville Daily Neoday's ?

iair-line distinction between "College Rivalry or Brotherly An- The above faculty win be augmented Do your' sleeping in the afternoon. TodajPAGE ?
r tagonistic Spirit and Co-operation' is thoroughly agreed I by teachers paid oat of funds Come to Sunday school ia the zaornig. News
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i I!f Pel#. 11th-Delta events: Rho Fraternity\%. 1 1I Friday afternoon POP-DANCES. Antho Y' Suit Special ::

the Theta Chi's safiSHsotSHaaa
were
sigma Nu Fraternity again hosts at the Woman's i
I f Club at an afternoon dance which .

.11 9th-Priatca Dance. was attended by the visiting and '25 SUITS, EVERY ONE GUARANTEED .
town .
girls
1Oth-S A. E. Fraternity and the old men of the .J.
fraternities.. .
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:ch 11th-S. A. E. Founders The A. T. O's. were likewise hxtsts _<" '

quet.r at a similar dance Saturday after- '
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J noon at the Woman's Club in honorof I $15-95

r CHI INITIATION BALL. their out-of-town guests and their : '

friends in town and the i
University.
J memberToTthe Theta Chi Punch .
was served during the dance. ,
ity entertained a large num- Collins' Orchestra from GET YOURS EARLY
Tampa, ,, .
their annual
.f.their friends at the merry source of jazz and pep, !
." D Ball at the Woman's Club played for these dances '
and also for ,
: sky evening The ?rand the two forma\ affairs of the : MANHATTAN
evenings SHIRT SALE NOW'IN
PROGRESS.
led by George Calhoun of before.A > .. ,
and Marian Reed of Tara- .
1& fitting ending for the ,
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II Mgatt was the Scrip Dance given: ,
tie affair proved a great success. by Collins' Jazz Saturday night, during .

jj, auditorium was attractively which the "Tell 'em -.s. \ : .
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white the fra- ,
.ted in red and prevailed in the hearts of : .
colors, overhead streamersa many. .
canopy, atached to the 7- -.

lights hooded with colored The Alumni visitors for the A. T. J. -: '

"-- The orchestra platform was O. dance were Howard Mays, cf
in the back by a lattice Pensacola "
Charles Partridge, Lhyd ..
of red and white streamers, in Morgan, Brannon Castler, and Lafa- Y HILL BUILDING
tester of which was a great white yette Bennett of Jacksonville.

get The Theta Chi symbol in the j John, Icenhour of Jacksonville, was : ,
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down Friday night to attend the A I t 1-I
fruit poach) was served through- T. O. dance.. l. .

4 the dance, and with the intercourse "Cooter" O'Berry of Tampa, vsra>> .. -
f&oa a of salad, sandwiches up the last week-end ta attend the _. '-..1'I: :
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ares for the ladies were little The visitors in Gainesville last constitution and the revised form and a greater number of lean men pres- AG. RAT DEBATERS CHOSEN.

i';. elephants attached to redd.r. week for the social functions,/e: be at the next meeting to discuss ent than fat for Peabody Club with -

v Daisy Paul, Tampa. them.. the accepticn of Mr. Tolbert, who by Bratley" and Sigman are the Ag.
Be committee who made the after Geraldine Hatcher, Jacksonville. The program of the evening was the way was to uphold the affirm- Rats who will debate against the '
red a delightful one was Hoyt Jeanette Wadley, Jacksonville. Arts and Science Rats on February
one of the most successful of this ative and who evidently from fear
:Hen GeorgeCalhoun, Herndon Hilda Griffin, Orlando. 27. These two men were selected
Mr. Wheeler favored us with of his singularity: was not present,
year
Ecsbcnragh Joe Clark and Alice Tucker to represent the
) George Jacksonville. Ag. College in the
1P. Harriett Hendricks, Jacksonville.Sara I a reading. Mr. Ebenger read a paper consists in general of slim men. debate at the Ag. Club meeting on S 4

r Keller, Tampa. : on the "Seniors Ten Years in the Evidently :Mr. Tolbert does/hot realize Monday night. Rat McClendon will

,UPHA TAU OMEGA VALENTINE = Joe Edwards, Tampa. Future," and we were all delightedin how many admirers he has and act as alternate, ready to step ia incase
BALL Betty Coles, Ocala. the prospective success of our illustrious we hope that from now on he will I of need.

Gladys Sheftall, Jacksonville. lights and are, sure that not be so conspicuous by his ab- I The men spoke ,Ike+ Alpha Tau Omega fraternityatained Martha Murphree, Tallahassee. Peabcdy is producing some eminent sence. gia question; Resolved that it wouldbe
at tthe White House last Edna Bassett, Tampa. stars in politics as well as star-gazer Let us all try to keep up the spirit I to the best interests of the American -
tcdy P evening at their annual Val- Voncile Powell, Lake City. which. will bring fame to our col that has -so far been prevalent this farmer to have the governmentown

-BaIl, a large number of guestsbring Bessie Allen, Orlando. lege.The I year acd: have a good attendancefor I and operate the railroads.

for the occasion.: The Yonnie Johnson, Kissimmee. debate of the evening was exceptionally this is one of the essential things I Four men tried out for a place on iI

tad march, led by Mad Mrs. Lutie Lupser, Kissimmee. interesting. *?Resolvejl,_ol,a _g od meeting and those that I the team. Rat Driggers was the
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w_Taylor of Gaicea/illc: and fol- Dot Wilson, Bartow. that the fat man is a greater assetto we have had this year so far are I other Freshman who tried for a
I h7 Pete Harris and Sacs KeW- Evelyn Beasley, Jacksonville. society than the thin man." Mr. all that we could hope foor. Everyone place. Major Floyd, Dr. Shealy, ,
:tIfTampa, began at 9:30 and there Elizabeth Westley, Atlanta. Sweeney upheld the affirmative while is urged to come out next Mon- I Lance Richbourg, and C. T. Link were !
m tne of the most enoyabh Kathleen Clark, Jacksonville. the champion flower-spreader of day night and get in shape to help I the judges. Each speaker had as

*1 delightful affairs cf the season. Marion Harvey, Tampa. Peabody, Mr. OTJryant, voiced the Peabody win the Inter-College De- f much time for his argument. as he
|E* lall room of the hotel: was Mary King, Alachua. negative. In spite of the charming! bate Loving Cup. "Where there's a I desired., ..

?&KaHy decorated: in sky blue Happy Hopkins, Ironwood, Mich. eloquence of the negative, the discionof will, ther 's a way." McClendon was the first man to

!i raid, the fraternity colors, and: Sarita Lake, Sanford. the house was given in favor of I ,take up the question. He defend-

} and red, the valentine s scheme Lida Warfield, Jacksonville. the affirmative, although there was! Patronize 'Gator advertisers. (Continued on Page 7))

oven streamers of brae ard: Virginia Baldwin, Jacksonville. .
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? 'h! of Valentine. Punch wastbr6ughout !the Masqueraders couldn't practice & > isr' -.,.',.." 'V
the evening, and I very well last Saturday night for .. '

;!f.1'elve. a large table was placed thinking: of the "sweetest thing in Z-. : :
i nterof) the floor from w"aieb: j the wcrld" being at the dance with y Drink at <> ;

''t'. t hmeheon of fruit salad, tons someone else. But anyway, well see 'V
} ard: coffee was serv- J them in Tallahassee and that "ain'tno I 4O O.

!??_nmller visiting girls He.! I &

tf a. v m i preyed to make the if. PEABODY CLUB NOTES. i iMILLER'S OO
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.q1Udt..'!.4 a great success. The com-
; I1t charge of arrangements The meeting of the Peabody: Club I :

:;!W'.I? Bostwick, F. W. Parker, was called to order Monday, Feb. 13, iii' .;. -- .

:.}.l' Wlffiaina, G. F. Ferris and R. 1922, by President Simmons; Secretary the- O
of
4aplis Work read the minutes

t- last meeting, and the president stated : i
committee Where Service and Satisfaction Meet -
but different. Made that he would appoint a
7 night. raIn. or chine, with my to revise the constitution. The .
will be posted beside a .
Vans"eVs Studio, South revised form
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a I ;. I WE ARE STILL GIVING
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COURSE
I' I!, t t GAINESVILLE FURNITURE COMPANY +4 I Special prices on Memory Books. Have aiI! ]

:! Victrolas and Records 1 received a Rood assortment of Souvenir Polij

: I 4 j- ers and Post Cards.
.- t i .:. Will Give Instruction in Many

I. + D. R. Cox, Proprietor. : : : Telephone 86' Military Subjects-Captain J
. I Alms in Charge.One 1 THE UNIVERSITY BOOK STORE


c. ''I'i I .... !.!!..! .! .!!.. !..! O. T. C.'of at the the new University features of of Florida the R. J I =- :. ..... :. ., 'Ii ." 1

:, i this year is the correspondence course .- .- __ ...... 4a -
I for the officers' Reserve Corps. Under ,
{ INSTEAD OF FALL SHIRTS AT REDUCED I I I the new policy of the War Department t DROP IN
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: PRICES WE ARE OFFERING NEW II I in its effort to increase the

SPRING CREATIONS AT FALLEN FIGt t efficiency and immediate effectiveness I F STOCK
1 I ; : of the Reserve Officer to take these 01fO
r ; I, fURES. I courses it offers in administrationand .
I other purely military subjects.The t TAILOR
1 : j Fall with us is.. a dead flower-it's springtime I University of Florida was desig-

; ; ;; t inside these doors-;-no matter what it's t tI nated to conduct courses in the following I Alteration Cleaning Pressmgt
I ;: doin goutside. New Shirts new materials, subjects:
I t : i; new coloring at $1.25 to 5.00. t Rifle, pistol, automatic rifle, bayonet 1 t Phone 354 Gainesville, Florida
I II combat organization of rifle
for combat musketry, ma- I
I t{ t NUFF SED platoon
t shins guns, the Howitzer Company, I C>
t t grenades, map reading, field fortifi- .

I BURNETT THE CLOTHIER I I cations patroling, general, communications subjects, scoutingand solutions : AMERICAN\ SHOE REPAIR COMPANY


tJ - -- _ JIII I'combat of, defensive tactical problems.combat, offensive security, | AND. SHINE PARLOR

{ 1 ss ea sea- o sani-
j, i <. Louis Eliades, Proprietor
I r CHESNUT'S SHOE PARLOR number of hours which must be com <
I 115 W. MAIN STREET, N. PHONE 133
: t SOUTH SIDE SQUARE pleted by work done by the students
.$I Electric Shoe Repair Department Work Guaranteed t tII I sent in. At the end of too work an N. D. Cooper, Agent; Room 13, Buckman
I examination is given that is rated by .
: l SHOE SHINE PARLOR j j
II'I" __ officers other than the one who corrects ..
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," R I' JOHNSON'S PHARMACY .I't examination.Most of the texts and forms necessary 1- 'VHENYOUEAT
't Drugs, Medicines\ Stationery, Toilet and Rubber Goods t are furnished the student by the t at the
We guarantee personal! attention to Prescriptions. Only War Department and the others are
\ t purest drugs used. Low 'prices. Quality considered. I obtainable from the Superintendentof The Gainesville Cafeteria
j Gainesville, Florida. t Documents at Washington for a
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nominal sum, others are supplied YOU GET
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I for each subject by the bookshop,
I DO BUSINESS WITH the Infantry School Camp Benning, I I A SQUARE MEALat
Ga.
I THE FLORIDA NATIONAL SANA a
Franked: addressed envelopes are
SQUARE DEAL PRICE
I furnished to the students taking the t
> "The New Million\ Dollar Bank" Resources Over $2,50cCOO( !) I
f courses for sending in the material ct::: JK: "' ._-b: tr.
t I ,.w. and everything possible Is done to
I j .KHH25H2ffiBESffiSfEUfffi5.. U. !! minimize the expense.
; Captain Lewis W. Amis. Infantry, UNIVERSITY MEN ALWAYS WELCOME AT
| THE PHIFER STATE BANDr 1 is the general supervisor of the \,
courses conducted at the Universityand MeDOWALL'S
x Strong, Safe and Accommodating x will bs assisted by the entire staff .
: ; of officers on duty at the department.At : '. ICE CREAM
BSffinSBSSBSffiSHBa
present the enrollment is complete
PARLOR
f as the demand for these coursesis

Popular Goods at Popular Prices atBURKHIM'S I greater than the facilities for 1IAKE YOURSELVES AT HOME
handling. The Fourth Corps Area is.
already overtaxed: in its effort to accommodate Agency Hollingsworth's Unusual Candles

: t i I was originally the planned requests.to be The done work at ;
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m account of the large number of applicants HUTTO AND SCHOENBORN j
I Now is the time to buy The Dunn-Pen t. due to the assignment of each Tampa, Florida

L, ing,.common.sense fountain pen, Sqnare."i I I Reserve Officer of the Army, it was ICE CREAM LUNCH AND CIGARS :
ance of z RUBBER SAC. and is the : necessary to divide the work among
selected schools. 50s Franklin Street 1 1I
f f I' by L. C. SMITH. Jeweler South Side _
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I. Dr. Enwald is teaching the Methodist .
Earaca Class. Come and hear SEE
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him.
I t SPORTING GOODSFootball Vidal Drug CompanyFOR

i THOSE PROFESSORS DRUGS, STATIONERY, TOILET ARTICLES, I!
\: Baseball'- CANDIES, SOUVENIR CARDS, WATERMAN PENS ;
Hardware
of all
Kinds
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--yes. said the earnest professor,L -
what we want is direct and simpleEnglish. I I -
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THE THOMAS COMPANYPhone The listeners nodded gravely. i Glasses Fitted
22 "Direct and simple* they agreed.I f

WEST SIDE OF SQUARE "Those conglomerated effusions of I 1
i I 1 rapid intellects." the professor went J JI Eyes Tested \
I on, "which posed in lamentable atti- :
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F - - -,! tudes as the emotional and intellectual j
ingredients of fictional realism I II
I I ST. PATRICK'S CATHOLIC CHURCH I tt I I faIl for short of the obvious Broken lenses duplicated in one hour's L
I J ments of contemporary require-I time
East Slain Street, North I! violate the traditional models of thetranscendant
t minds of the Elizabethan J C. H. COLES &SON

t Rev. John Conoley, S. T. I.., Rector. Telephone 629 ) era of English glorious: is the memory demand Plain of andsimple the .I -.- ---


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AG. RAT DEBATERS CHOSEN. Simmons for White. i
" Officials: .

(Continued fro mPag3 Five) Referee, R. G. Manchester. I
ed the negative side. His i
work was Timekeepers: George Hartman and
good enough to show that the com- Glover Miller.
! petition would be close. Time of halfs: Fifteen minutes.In .

Bratley was the second speaker the third of the inter-fraternity

THINK and in a well prepared speech) took basketball series on Thursday, Febru-
up the affirmative side. Bratley was ary 9th, the Zeta Beta Tau quintet
the best speaker of the evening and lost a rather slow game to the Sigma
gave several good points to prove Alpha Epsilom fraternity by the score
I.I I. how government ownership would of 23-4.

I I benefit the farmers of the country. I t Davis was the star of the eveningfor

,,' Driggers as the third speaker! the S.A. E.'s while Glickstein was .
I showed that he had put some thought the mainstay of the Zeta Beta Tau's E
in the matter before he came to The game itself was clean, except iu

the conclusion that the affirmativewas spots, where they tried to employ '
.1 ITCOVER the side to defend. football tactics. The team work of
Sixman also spoke fcr the affirm- the S. A. E/s was good as compared I
ative side and used the East Coast with that of the Z. B. T.'s. The Z.
Road as an example to show how the B. T. outfit lacked the ability to place
farmer would be benefited by government -, the sphere in the basket while the S.

ownership.The A. E. boys took every opportunity to
judges then retired to choose make
score.
the team and shortly reported that I
The line-up is as follows:
Bratley and Sixman should be the Sterna Alpha Epsilom ((23))-Davis. ;

regulars and McClendon the alter- rf; Stanley, If; Jones, c; Sollee, rg;
I nate.Major Beazley, Ig.
: Floyd favored the club with
Zeta Beta Tau (4))-Klein, rf;
a few words and suggested that the
I Glickstein, If;, .LonvenkafiV c; Friedman
debaters work toward a better arrangement -
rg; Rosenhouse. Ig.
,(; and clearer and more
Substitutions: ((8. A. E.) Roach
definite
proof of points.
for Stanley; Sebring for Sollee;
Dr. Shealey complimented the men
I Hartridge for Beazley; (Z. B. T.),
who
tried out for their efforts. He
i YarnoT! for Rosenhouse; Bohrer for
expressed the belief that the Ags.
Klein Robbins for Glickstein.
r ; would bring home the bacon in their :
Offirals: Referee, R. G. Manchester. -
argument with the Arts and Science
I '. -. ', ,".. College on the twentieth. Time of halves, 12 minutes. '

,, <..; ,.. .'. :, ," ;. r Next Mot day's program concerns The Sigma Nu's trounced the Pi
Sp Kapps Saturday,by the score of 23.12,
student.
every Ag. Tryouts for the
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'. ,) .. team which is to debate Georgia on !In a fast and well played game. The
I q' April 14th will be held. There is contest was fought out during the

t' no reason why a large number of noon hour Saturday, having been
0 t
men should not try out} for this postponed from last Thursday nighton I
team. The question on which each account of the vaccinations of the

candidate for a place is to players on both sides.
f The Florida Alligator is. supported ; argument is: Resolved preparean that it I Truman Green of the: Sigma No

would be to the best interests cf five. a"d Snow and Duncan of the !
'I the American farmer to have the piles 1H in the scoring. Green rearfstered ;
r almost entirely by its Advertising. I goverrment own and operate the four field goals and four goals
railroads. from fouls for a total of twelve points. .

If f I Any Ag. who can try out for the I Snow tallied six points and Duncan. !j 1
i team can at least be present at the four. '

k-1 Advertisers are in to get RE I meeting to give his support to those I During the first half both teams f :i
thesee.
t who do try.FRATERNI'nES. were evenly.matched but in :
ond half bv better team work and au- .
SULTS. STRUGGLE reripr passing the Sigma Nu's gained i
:" FOR CHAMPIONSHIPS n lead that could not be overcome.
I c;, Freonent fouls were called on both
i (Continued from Pa *e 2)) I sides and it seemed that the players
1 17 The team work of the Delta Rho's tr k a delight in running up their
When you make a purchase tell was superior to that of the K. A.'s :foul list.
I and it was evident that the loss of The line-up was as follows: J

Robnson was serious to his team. Sigma No (23)-Green, rf; foal,
them you saw their ad in the Al- I The line-up for both game. are as If; H me. c; Simmons, rg; Cox. te.
I follows: Pi Kaupa Aloha (12))- -McMullen t
N r Sigma Alpha Epsilon (22))--Pavis, rf: Sn'w. If; Duncan, c; Burnett rg;
t i ligator. f I rf; Beazley, If; Jones, c; Maycock, rg; Ja-kann. Icr.S"hstitutioTs.
Stanley, Isr. : (Pi K. A.), Fay for 0M
r Sterna Nu (18))-Green, rf; Moul, Mu'len: Case for Duncan; Buie for
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.I If[ ; Home. c; Cox rjr; Simmons, Ig. Ja,*V o": Jackson for Buie.

BOOST THE ALLIGATOR BY Delta Rho fl9).-Scott, rf: Fahs, Officials: Referee, R. G. Manehes-
If; Butler, c; Mounts, rg: white, tg.f ter. p
f Kappa Aloha (14)-Hadlow. rf; Tfirekeeper: LaneeFrvrer Ridwourg.

BOOSTING ITS ADVERTISERS.) r 0 PHlHns. If; Robinson, c; Hensley. rg; : Peeh Hazard.
Woodward. Ig. :Time of halfs, 15 minutes.
.. f Substitutions: (K. A.) Clarke for
Blake; Blake for Woodward; Woodward -I Join your fellow students at the
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: i for Robinson; M"Kay for Hen-;Methodist Baraea Class on Sunday
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}y 'S t I White, Miss Hutchinson, a reader of Furchgott's

.1 I charm and natural ability, entertained -
# student body
i the faculty and the _. ..
kJz I THE STYLES last Thursday, February 2. Her main ,
'J "Rebecca of SunnybrookFarm. >i. \
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m a most eloquent reading.A ; '
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z'F[ :i j BAILEY'S.Emanate I'k t attended : l best place J
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I It rtj survey of college styles I gains we are offering on Oxfords and a, ,.. .'/' -e

t throughout the country. Shoes. $13 Shoes for $5.75, $11 ... ..
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Oxfords for $4. United Shoe Store, I It .., "'"
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I t tRAINCOATS FREE RIDE
.;. t The "Baraca Special" leaves the : 4"
corner of Buckman Hall about 9:30 'TKQ ore AccommodaIin '

r I HATS and CAPS I Sunday mornings.

I Write us your.wants. -.

;iiLt I. .SHIRTS ---I: !vi I Chief of Police-If you were ord- when you/:' can't come -..

ered to disperse a mob, what would
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1.-=HOSIERYr.._ .j Gainesville News. ,- ,, ,
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I AS SHE IS SPPKE.
i 't : thirties. Hubert Weeks, Curtis Warren, Maurice j VISITING CARDS
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I. She-Tfeank-I mean, do you think Horne, R. A. McBrayer, Jim
Man at the ticket office Let met(
q:, Best Values in the State : Latest Styles
fII sol Purple Cew. Clark Ray Dickson, Frank Williamson accommodations
have sleeping on ,
I r. i pI t t Maurice Shultz Robert.Newton the train to Ottawa. \ Special Pricesto

II I 1 MUST\ BE! and ward.l\Ioore. ___
; t y \ Ticket Agent: For a single passenger j
.m d t Headline says: "Mexican woman StudentsOrder
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t Gives birth to Eight at once." Would Old Shoes KV
\\ BAILEY t : No, I am married.' But Iani j"
: you call this the criminal; birth of a How much a man is like old shoes! Loose leaf note bod
I traveling alone so a single shelf
I I. The Clothier'f I .I r nation? -The For instance, both a soul may lose; -f will answer. and Supplies J
Red and Bfaek.
Both have been tanned;, both are
\\f ----' Agent: Upper or lower? :
Franklin St. I made tight PEPPER PRINK
; t. cor. Twiggs Man: What is the difference?
*> The grocer leaned over the counter By cobblers; both go left and right. COMPANY
I t" and yelled at the boy who stood closeto Agent: A difference of fifty cents
( TAMPA, FLORIDA Both need a mate to be complete,
1 Our prices to Ottowa are 150. and
t ". an apple barrel: And both are made to go on feet.

t "Are you trying to steal them They bath need heeling, oft are sold, $2.00y that the lower understand is higher of than course the POETBT.
> apples, boy?" MORE
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And both in time
turned
.I ,. >.i. t "Xonosir," the by faltered, are to upper. The higher price is for the
mould.
I 'I I t. iI "I'm trying not to." lower berth. If you want the lower Here's to the man that I Ivmbl
: 'f With shoes, the last is first with \
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.. _a ., __ -. :-. _. -Gainesville News. ; you will have to go higher. We sell And loves his girl aloat !
". men the upper: lower than the lower. Itdid
The first shall be last 'and when For many a man loves aWl
I II ; [ not use to be so but we found
S. UNIVERSITY I OF VIRGINIA : MR. BRYSOX SPEAKS IN CHAPEL The shoes wear out, they're mendeo1 that every cne wanted the lower.In When he thinks he'sRichmond lovilgi:

; Summer Quarter \; new; other,words the higher the fewer CIItf
Last Friday chapel exercises
were
; First Term-June 19-July 29. j When men wear out they're men-dead, .
I 11 I marked by a talk by Mr. Brison, who
Second Term-July 31-Sept. 2. ] too.They. Man: Why do they. all prefer. the Many dollars Charlie bet
I. +I is in Gainesville the interests of -
I The Summer Quarter: is an integral 11I both are trod upon and both lower That throughout the cow Jt

part of the University Year, the',i the Community Song Service. Mr. Will! tread on others, nothing loath. Agent: Because of its convenienceMost He would, never kiss or pet
is well known
Bryson along leader =
as
; courses being the in character ,Both have their ties
same and both incline persons do not liKe the upper
he!
and comes to Gainesville to direct Any girl encountered
and credit value as in the other quar- When polished in the world to shine; although it is lower on account cf
ters of the community singing. One of his chief Calmly visioninng the cost
year. And both peg out-and would its being higher, and because when
I I Degrees conferred aims is to create interest in the sing- you Charlie muttered in ha f fI.
are men
upon choose ITo yon have an upper you have to get
ing of old In his talk which to have tered a
Tis better
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and women for summer jvork. w' songs.
.. le be a man or be his shoes? up to go to bed and then get down I
The Master's Degree may be .bt +;! he opened by reading the one hundredth : -Bliss. when you get up. I would advise Than never to have loved *

t r. tained in three Summer Qaarters. !|i psalm, he brought these points you to take the lower, although it is -Harvard W

I : It offers "opportunities" unexcelled: in .out, and gave a resume of community He WonderedI higher than the upper for the reas- -

i : the South and makes a Jtron gapl eaIS !1; singing. He,osed his talk by singing thank ons that I have stated-the A SHARP REPLY.
you for the flowers upperis
.i! to teachers brnaJer 1 two old which showed him you sent -
seeking scholarship songs, she said. lower than the lower because it is bas:
:i. and training and wider social to be a song leader and singer in higher. You can have the lower ,f Tourist: "What's that
I'm
sorry for the words I- 1
i .contacts, and to college students de-i I every sense of the word.FRATERNITY night. spoke last you- will go higher., but if you- are Native: "That a .razcrb

siring to complete degree require .Your willing to go higher it will be low sub."
I I :!' ments. INITIATES sending me those flowers made er. Tourist: "What's he T 2 i

I I L11# Attendance last quarter, 2429 from I!i all things right. #f/# self on the tree for!" .
i! T- 'Ii i Will you forgive me? He forgaveher. **
< twenty-nine states and foreign I Native "Just rfPP
j cuni ;I Kappa Alpha: Tem Clark, Frank PROPINQUITY. :
I : tries. ,I jHadlow, Urlin Myers, Robert Wal- I He stood by her, suh. jes stropping hisself.-

I !i ; The most beautiful and unique campus ,lace' Frank Elmore Moses Guyton. f She stood by him: :=--'

,. in America t Frances Campbell, Harry Lee Creary, And as they kissed again beneaththe His arm was long #" ........fII#"

t. Accommodations at reasonablerates. ,K. M. Brittain, John Bize John A. bowers Her waist was slim;
-1 Tuition for non-Virginia stu Murphree and Jack Massey. He wondered who the deuce sent her You guess of course J. S. BODIFOBl

f dents $15 per term.Entertainments j Alpha Tau Omega: E. B. Wood- those flowers. I What happened then. and

j : musical festival, berry W. H. Cotter, C. E. Webb, J. (Girls win be girls,
I f1i excursions. '-. t' Dinty: "Does your_wile miss I andCOMPANY
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A. Davis, and Frank Evans youmuch Men will be wen.) V
_ For illustrated folder and full announcement ?" : PbeI
love .
Theta Chi: Robert Clark; Alex Since is sweet -
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j. write to ander Skinner, Marion Hendry Ar- Jiggs: "Nope. Her aim is per-.I And life is young; .,..

F r r CHARLES. G. MAPHIS Dean thur Clouts, Robert McClure, Henry feet" *' I What wonder they ... ... .... ..

University, Virginia. LHiecthall, Hcmer: Howard, William Together clung. t Elmo

: !,- Bivens and Bartlett A chair for one is holding two, And yet we hate Everything

'j t Have your razor blades sharpened.1 Pi Kappa Alpha: C.D. Keen, Allen It could not hold another; The tale to mar- ;- -"- I JOs. J. SEYKORAt

: ,at about one-third the cost of ,new Jones, Harry Snow, and Louis Bou-: But suddenly it holds but one, They clung to strapsIn I Gaines :

blades Swearingen, at Ideal Cafe. :cheHe. You thick it broke? No, mother. a crowded car. Phone 107

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0.O 0 are under bli you going out for reek Coach men wishing as pitchers and catchers and salt some fifty men were ot djamond Monday afternoon. is called and alli mreto try for position onth nine are expected hirm at 8 o'clock Come of thej Kee Richbourg is to try out1 as a reat on the for Von-. men who e Varsity to report in >f that day. uniEach several it he has won his place and real merit. Sonic of the men out Scott, Carlfrn, Eange, Snow, an., Leater, for baseball some fifty aspir-' n and Ryder are starting the men out slowly. Erery afternoon they put them through an allowing their muscles to loosen up without strain or sorehess. Later they will be put aequ ire and gradually that eaqe and torm, so necessary to good track work. The track is still in an unfinished state, due to the delay in the shipment When finished one to be proud of. Dr. Manchester announces and inter-clans about the of April, .p your eyes 02 something going ssuperiiiOfl, will middle cf March respectively. n the track; there on every day. A list of the men who have Smith. U. M. D. Schultz, CH. E. H. Stephens. mern, W. J. Taylor,. Walsh, R .Wray,. Dickey, J1. H. ensky, A. L. reportU.A. SumTodd, J. G. B. Petteway. J. Logan, E. Clark. E. M. C. WilMoore. Mounts, U. G. Parmenter, S. eroy, D. A. M. U. PonH. A. Bosman. C. Campbell, Carter, Case, Clegg. Coe, Collins, Curon, Connell. Hare, King, Lennard, Martell. I equpiment issued to member,!| occer squad requested check in same to Captain Dupon to: it,I before the expiraDr. Manchester has called Morrow afternoon. for the All men who wish to try out for the team, veteran volley-ballers. should in the gym on especially report these days. Regular practie first of next will week. arri begin the will take place even' Tuesday, Thurslay, day and Saturday aftei flue to the in+erest track. swirrmnnz exhibt~n fir a time. A'rriv. an'! Fri-I rn 00 f. Mi xillpV hail lhe'mRl 'ho wI'l hr ownn-r". hi awvver I ,N iers and gvnmnavts are turrlfn2 about th gyrn S a fanflt L :t it will be that the We scrared the tar 0f1 meets, finished Rollins in style this time. The Alachua Restaur REDUJCEI For Ladies at Half Block from Ailsr Phone 507 I --I eeing ait L.i. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO,. Winston-Salem. N. C. when "Robby" NOTES 'Say, Bogoing to the tonight? "Barbecue? Where's don't + ed his *1of the Robinson sprainankle and had to be taken out game. outstanding barbecue that?"' know the 'Gators are L W. Phillips was star of the evening. covered the floor speed and tallied a for the pnin~s. K. A.'s, while with to-A rough and at times dirty. end of the Atl first half the score| the 17-9 in favor of the r'elts He remarkable total of 112 points Hadlow got 2 In the second half the K. A.'.| back strong and Fat rho edge < Delta Rho's, making 2. But the lead was ---w "Are seem, to base be the main question of? r1st Regular practice day, February 20, J. Schabinger, B. for by men and the successful applicant may B. Rratley, M. T. by Doty, Gifford, Blake, Wallace, Williams, DunCcx, Hud& Al :04 S Harkness, Kinney, Moss, Cray, Green, Gunn, Ii I I Williams, 'Beasley, Vangreat Room 92, Thomas, tion of next week. Soflee sayu veer. Every day new men are added bothe long Captains list of Adkinsoi easy exercise atrenluous training, each man will thru1 athlete *f einiders. inter-college S A a SPORT Kelley-Miller Music Company + n T t'fln i 5 ptomts tol too greal -------| and a

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---. C-____ OUR WEEKLY CONYU~f~ IYR IC B SamO AITIC ADVENpnnk Mayo in Docrou 3m V --Mpflnand in zn CURTAIN ALice Brady in [USE MONEY lce Lake in GOLDEN GIFTl ~ER1ENCE SPORTING GOODS teis Football ibaHl Basketball QUALITY-SERVICE bird Hardware Co. D,'''u'kno whtWell, last night, j Had a date with a-Sweet Young ThngAn' if I bad 'ave Known flavor, Sold t. her brand an' I could 'ave ~o hundred 0' lip-sticks Her .Tsm wit' as the only Advertisement, Quoth and not THUFLORIDA ALL!CGA'TOU men and older young. erbly sty makes w men who want to stay ID the tailoring of these sup led garments the "easy way' 'ay for the better way "How fine can they be made?" out the usual -_"Ho wfast and crowds manufacturing question can they a word, for Her lips woulda spoke For themselves, Wouldn't Talk 'ave h~ and she td to to make 'em Hold the f1:n, You said it! She A *enus de M2o curvi, WE EARNESTLY IN MAN OF TWENTY TIMES TWENTY NEW SPRING suc SION I -' ABEl. fT -\ V STYLI THAT AN be made?" VITE EVERY TO THREE 0OSEE THu ES WITH Tit TrilE i'( K: ~ A DD11 ION A!. If.I SL A L I TY '?; 4; A I Iw~-fITFOPM Cain. L~cY.an t. PAGE THREE LL&AA w r w w W W r V V ww-,Y ERue eyed, gJ Ion Xa re3cz.asr LcztcI, caotry lipped Or. 1v aasyrot at l.a -t A'-, 0 E B. M. TENCH Gainesville, Florida ~xcr:; grcatS HU 0I Bu Ea' the u -e An, as we were sy lsc a CA tr i n 7ev and I 'y, Wear Ja~X>4 U. *'ncr flay Lid Laura 4 A 1~) t cz,~.,tf -II *~ *~ 0~ Ar4 ~~ r 4flr 'ORAH I ~gRToN I & OVELTIES At and Gift Shon &ktnr and PiI:ture Frames To aVO j catches l -,u 4 I th W sa~uvl:oze:eer. Eke t>at, ovy Because "Safety I beleve Lfl First.'' -~ it C 5'> CU urmate fl'tY -rr t I(A. -a r::-m t C4 -. ., ee c Sewap' t. n*g'jt of ber rm~n-Tsr. T & CO. DRUGGTSTS UKE RECALL STORE Candle' DI. TENCH Graham Building SPhoas: Ren. Phour: a we &DORSEY & CO. tthing in Growrls Agent3 for An-her SS> near-,, lips Were darn Near-that--whtt eLme Could I do? Well, bo, I can't Exactly make it clear Or explain But-her it to you-ips were so near--thatwhat ~1 I in '.1! eis.e COULD I do? Did you krOW you court' make a -..------2 -I "Gainesville's Popular Place" Stationary, Ci garE, Cigarettes and Tobacco, Hot and Cold Drinks Ma a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a "Good Enough" is not good enough in Porter's Fitform Clothes for young .4 .4 U' I t r H H 0 E S I 'Ir i 4-. I k I A Ii LW. M'COLLUM Wand Norris A I I I ~1 I I Ageuta for the Ikrtha Washington and Johnstou Candles -----en on m -, s or.d

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Editor-in-Chief Giyne Miller ..-_-.----------anaging Editor W ray ...-.---.-.-Aasistant Ma nag'ng Bis -.--.-. .-. .--. ---.sporting Society Editor Editor scoaES The Gator gallery ti total of 904 out of a possi the rifle match cf Tennessee with the on Saturd ,n trh w4tI Emirnn Editor Mody -__Exchanges I.a ..~. ---4 Uni the team scored possible .Personals Iscores were TEDS am Parineittr. Elmore, Roll I BUSINESS S J. D. Wheeler, Weeks, Willian Busia Bosini Fred 255 Manager -ss Manager ntered -s second-cdas matter, September 28, 1912 at the postoffice at Snrilh, Fla., under the Act of Earch 3d, 1879. Rate:--The Florid. Alligator, $1.50 the year. go in the Each fr'm ing, 1000. The S GOOD ,m scored a ble 1000 in University sy. In a versity OD 874 out of opponents not reported in time to 'aper-. man f:red twenty standing five prone, The score again as follows: C. I. Hiatt, (C possible 100 W M Brndsha. C. T. Davs fl.9 ft. C. Trimble 91. position. shots, five five kneeland five sitting. Ut Tennessee 7apt.) 93 Out wasi of a 92 D. I. Dsbennet 90 too, because it is very music by a ten-piece orchestra, entertained and at the Ninth AnWednesday, Feb. when it comes to two hundred and en course banquet a one round prize address Such Wits the course by the of events W.S idleo L T Perdaris J. A. Osborne L A. Vansickle Against Emory W. S. Middleton 90 ga. the boys 90. T. L Vanstekle 90. R. C Trimble 59 Dl .LDisbennett 88. R. 0. Alderman 87. V. M Bradshaw H. M. Sally 87. E. le Empire K. K. K. (Kome, Klean,. with issuing a periodical of ill re-M. Schabmnge.: 6 0. R. Davns 84. L T Pendarn BIDS FOR 83 The boys' 1estin day TOO g meetings B NOTES. Club has Internearly afternoon beginning o'clock. are invited Visitors as wel as every SunSECRETARY The Wednc room Wa5give at 1.45 General seare members to atte-d. I I ~1 I; it U IF' 'I Ii I, A I. 4 sad state of affairs when an every suit their tastes, whether Americr student activity they are right or body and its activities are the life of an complain o: themselves means the fno spirit U~ers ivy is le:: b1 carrc C flnt Cne sma-C U its plan to .A s:u :en: institut. or !ife on the camnpu3. compain and go so far as to !eave most to them because they They do not stop fire not to think cc 1: -'-te tI tha be a Democracy and could be one if each Instead, the average student Is conte: -a :>r. uf the, iit to sit w.4 LtIe Vo: V. C Isa-k and YE r. 0!~~. t., b~nss Xr :ie erectit-, r.unl a: :t Ur:.erstv a:Ga:rer. r Lv taCA: the 5.o 1; of --. t re2c' vi ~t -.a j > 3 'r rCr t U. ~L~l I a'prt;r:at I wa~tneSunday. led ?e mnee::ng the f:fth. anl rough: o Ssonie lnterestr.g r.Readt the Bz-er pr.:s ~ O n igw He~ t d if Wc u~ rEA -ad threQ thc B lb o t coi. V0t~' a L e ,The IIby Mr Sv: S mare Mxr Es;" A Ssonat or: er spukc. ri o' cflgZtrirms pt> Sa se:el OF A A E.SPEA aday morning ch* fl t) Mr. C. E. Drye tary cif tbe Amrm of Erg:naers. Vt X par:.edar about 6 C .;Vw J yt ot ea a -~ 7 I z~r Eve:'I. I. r 7,~ C:B --c --;-> U--Pu-'* f '~ Fur >~. -~ : -t A Pierce ..._ ._ K leek ....---.--. Homae Wilson -..-.----.A itnt Jennings Bryan. Mr. Mathews shot *51 group of men who rule the student body and Baptist affairs. Mr Dmy 1.-,. f l -NIVERSITY MEN Demand value and style Society Brand Clothes Hanan Shoes, Manhattan Shirts, Knox flatA Are featured lined in the Giddeons Store. Mail orders a specialty. HENRY GIDDENS CLOTHING CO. TAMPA, FLORIDA 2 87. r n

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------.a.AaA~ Dance. E. rebr ot the Th -aetertained a lar mSar friends at the~i Ball at the Woma *rnday evening Th i le by George Call -d Marian Reed mat 9:30. and fr4 s4afair proved a great *auditoium Wasat din red and white, canlOpy, atached The orchestra to the ored was i the back by a lattice jd red and white streamers, in kSte of which was a great white SThe Theta Chi 'ymbol in the It pch was served throughith the fraternity e ladies attached who made pledges. I were little to red: the atis a delightful one was Hoyt alGeorge Calhoun, mshmnogh, Joe H-erndon Clark and George Friday were again hosts at The O. di Pensa JMorg yette Joh Theta Chi's the Woman's at an afterron dance was attended by town girls fraternities. The A. T. 0's. at the Visiting and the old men were like a similar dance Saturd noon at the Woman's of their friends Pun4 out-of -town in town an ch was served dlims' Orchestri I g Club nests is which and hi the *e~ flsflL ty after-; in honor, and their d the University. during the dane. from Tampa. merry source of jazz ed for these dances, two formal before. A fittin week-end by Collins' ing which gently" p g affairs ending for and pep, and also for of the the U .'Cfmerry was the Scrip Dance givenI Jazz Saturday night, durthe "Tell 'en, good but 'revailed in the bearn of Alumni ante teola, a visitors were Howard Charle ni, Brannoa Bennett of ni Ieenh. down Friday T. 0. dance. for t sPartridg Castler, a Jaeksonvi] oUr of Jackson night to atten inter"Cooter" O'Berry of Tar up the last week-end tw at Theta Chi and The visitors week for the other danee in SocIal I Gainesvi funetio Lhe A. T. (ays, cf ~e, Luy nd Lfl lie. I ville,WaI nna, '*wk* :tend the 6 file lset fls 4 ie: Le Daisy Paul, Tampa. Geraldine Hatcher, Jacksonmi l~eJeanette Wadley. Jarlamix le. Hil~da Griffin, )rVa ndo. Al ce Tucker, JaL-kson Le. Harrtett Sara Keller. OMEGA Ji e Edward, Hlundr:i .UJackhmnUe. ,Tamrpa. STamna Betty Coles, ()cala. Gladys fraternity Shefta I, Jacksonville. Martha Murphree, Tallahassee. at tthe White House last Edna Bassett, evening at their annual Vala all, a large number of gucstL for the O'Clafl. The 0 ncile Tampa. Powell, Lake Bessie Allen, Vonnie Johnson, City. Orlando. Kissimmiee. Lutie Lupser, Kissimmiee. Dot Wikson, Bartow. i-c how nmnny admnirer, he ras we bop' that fr m now on he not be so ColspICUOUS by his aban i a:S rW3rnrtrr nstitut ion at the them. The crC, 0 year, and the re'Vcsd form an'l text meeting to de>us, a greater number of lean et thYan fat for Peabo y t 'var exti program f tme mm, of the evening t suto nfl Mr. WV~ er fax red us ,a realinr. per on thne Future," in the prOSpi lustrious g stars i oi whichwi lege. The debate ceptionally that to s Mrg. ELenigrr Cal a [a 'S 'e-r. T n Yearami we o e Ul eI ~iih, 'four i lhts and are sure tnat Peaodyisproducmng some emi~nenrr in poliics as well as star-gazer wilbring fame to our eelLet us all try that has to keep ni of Mr. Toibert, 're way was to upiv'd of tv -ate an] who cvirntO.<>f H> wvguiarity wa, tones Jo general men pres lub wit who by the affium_fr,m fr p n.>t jreent. 0f nr t .t (IMFNy an I S a Ra a u o r .E> t ae tn'.Xga 4n a, j' Ir ate., r, w Case of need. TiErrk mH po gia question: e H t1o \zr-(-. Res,] t up the spirit be to th,Ib.t inteje-' of so far been prevalent this year ard have a good attendance of theee interesting. the fat man s enng was "Resolved a greater asset for this is one of the essential things of a grod meeting and those that we have had this year so far are it w J I to can farmer to ha'n the z~ rjmtnt own and operate the Four men tr0d (*ut the team. rmlr,as. fur Rat fDrgger9 *a p tc n was the deI for a c~r:ncr (XI. LXU LU-.-'~*.7 '.*~*~' -* A A S S. U Vt 4 Fraternity Fraternity Nu POP DANCES. afternoon the4 9 th ~a gth.S.A. Firaternity 1uth-S. A. E. Faunders It eta chi ge nun-j Cc r annual 'the n'q Club~ play e rn the honr of ings8 of Tain-; om tben& success. ractively the Iracolorn, overhead streamers many. with COl( platform 4b dance, and w g a course of saL jes and cocoa was ad, sandwiches passed to the Sby the i or th b elephant Be committee VA LENMr. To brt --r -A g 27 'lhe .um men Mate dem w>t rdMonday 0

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PAESIXTIE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR GAINESVILLE FURNiTURE COMPANY Victrolas and Records + lb. I. Cox, Proprietor : : : Telephone 86 COREPNDE NCE COREEW FEATUREOE R.O. T.C. Will Give Instruction in Many One of the 0. T1 .a new features the Universt thi% year is the correspon for the officers' der the partmnenlt efficiency Reserve new policy of th in its effort to and immediate of Florida dee course Corps.Ue War De-I ~. e~etiveness of the Reserve Officer to take these courses it offers arnd (ther purely Tte tniversityv nated in administration military of Florja to conduct Icwire sub~ects: E fle, pinto1. n--t cromi at. Cr auto n' : iC -v~-1~ ?fl ~ zvn~. the Hswt>-r subjects. n ihe folI r:fle, baya of r ie V Pr-'II WE ARE STILL GiVING special prices on Memory Books. Have a received a good assortment of Souvenir Fod ers and Post Cards. nOeeCeee00000000~ 1 A DROP IN F 4 Gainesvifle, Florda a e. 00000 --a a rr ran' V -' V Ii-i I CHESN UT'S SHOE PARLOR Stp LH siDE t ARE Ekit ric I1C 21{ 11(tart rtnlt .N.) a a eeeaeeeeaeo Dru zs, Lou's E.iud STREEYT Cooper, -e t~Cf P 1 IONE 1390 I>> Y(Jti ? tllN 'ZN. Medicines. I Sta a o, L K r oiht and .1~ I. fl' Rubber Goods (1 -C fl -} ]uct.mfla I ~i7 4-4 .t I a I I 4 -~ I~O BUSiNESS Resources Over 2.5W .so :~o Tvfa'trv C.'--It.-'V -, p ,~ 1 4 U MEAL SQUARE DEAL PRICE aa a a* 4. A.-., U.* C A --C --.t--.-. -.I .1 Popular Goods at Popular Prices at BUIRKHIM'S Now is the time to buy The Dunn-Pen, which is practical, self-fil ins, common sense fountain pen, WITHOUT BOThER or annoyance of a RUBBER SAC and is the future fount.Sn pen For sae by L C. SMITH. Jeweler, Soctk Side Square. SPORTING GOODS Feet ball Hardware of al Kid See Cs THE TlUAU A Q ('fMD A nr T.Ft.' ---* Y;$ -2 t7-e. J:r -----~ for --v A'va i~ ~.T -t to be 'dore at UNI\ ElkI \\E LCGME rros Hleai uar-ers. but on acco-ir: r the large r-ber c tarts. dte to tie a<2s-er~t Resene (Mizer cf fr An fee ssa to d ide Dr. Enwald Is teaz Brnc. Clas! *1-e work fapp1of each t wae along h:rg the IdethCome and hear him. PROFESSORS tad the yr >f es sor, we rant :s c.rr-t arA simple Erz IT eser:-4 -. -L. .l r I I I I I -t F' -I. IMEN AL.WAXS AT Agency 4 I) HUurr AND SCHOENUO)RN Tampa, F1Orida ICE CREAM, LUNCH AND CIGARS 508 Franklin Strest SEE CANDIES, SOUVENIR CAkRDS, -' PENS i or PAGR SIX

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7------(Continued fro mPaj ed the negative side. gtod enough to show petition Simmnons for Officials: g2 Ii'e) His work was The team w' rk of t-e wVaR iperor to that of and it was evident Rnhnson was The ire-up Delta Rhoas the K. that the serious to r-rI, a delhght White. Referee, R. G. Manchester. Timekeepers: George Hartman and that the cornGlover close. Time of halfs: Bratley was the second speaker a well prepared up the affirmative the best speaker of gave s\era! good how government speech took side. Bratley the evenmg was and points to proe C canershi1 benefit the farmers of the Driggers showed thap would eountr vas the third speaker thought in the matter before he came to the conclusion that Was the side to defend. Sixmnan also spoke Lir ative Road the affirmative the affirmEast Coast to show how the farmer would be berefited ernment ownership. Bratley regulars nate. by nand shortly repcrte and Sixman should I and MeClendon the Major Floyd faa few words and govchoose I t that suggested that the debaters work toward a better arrantrement ard definite proof E Dr. Shealey who tried out clearer points. and ct mplimented the for their eff expressed the belief that or ts the would bring home the bacon in argument with the Arts and S College more mhen .tielt Ags. their cience on the twentieth,. Next Morday's every Ag. student. team April program concerns Tryouts for the which is ti debate Georgia on There no reason why a large number Is of men Thnald not try out for this ten. T rn fl 'P questicn on for a". ar umrent which each a pare is t rrerzare SRe-oivof that it A 'tAd .to the hr~t .n a'>i x C V. ci I-. 2'' U 4, try U) 4. 4' 'I. Fifteen the rnter frrrnity Ibhru1 I tet Zeta B.:ta Ta a 1ost a rather sitwx gamntcnh :a Air ha Epsidom rate rmtv Iy :' ie of fl-. flDaxv> was the star of t' <,n for the S. A. E while GCs k. nwas the mainstay I The game itc of the Ztta BEta Tau' s. was clean, teet iin Rpots, where they tried football tactics. to tempfI(y The team work of the S. A. E.'s was rood as comipared Z. B. T N B. T. outfit lacked the ability t the sphere in the basket whIe A. E boys make score. The Z. ii place the S. took every opportunity to is as frollo -i S~gma Alpha Epsilon, r9 Stantev,. Reaz'ev. !e. Zeta Beta GI ickste'n. I1 If; Jones, C; (23) -bavis. Slh rg; Tau (4)-Kb n, rf; man. rg; R,,senhouse. lit. Substitutions: tS. for Stanley; Sebrinr flartrihre for Beaziey;: Yarno T for Klein' lohbb ter. for Saline; '7 B. T.), Rosenhouse; B Jrer I as:Referee, Time of halves, for Ihcksteim. R. G' Mfan' hes12 minutes. The Shrrma Nu'i trounced th In Rapps Saturday, 1w the vr of In a fast anti well p. 2t-12. played gave. The ron test was fought out di":ng nern bonr Saturday, Pr stponC4 on aroiet p,r< rn the navi ( from laat Thusfr v rv1 of the '';m'a+ .'f thr hoth cd Tri -n G'r,,r n p I ~ ~. 4 fl. I I C I( r t frr [I ,, r ~,!f I] f~~>~gr *r re-mr r;i-~ ny if. ~, p~IiI that F rr.,'c.n 9, c t-,ulrj A U C' t he xx r~ es in t hrir A.'s to"! I loss of Tlhr birn-np was hs team. for both game S'ra Arnha Etys Ion ': fla ''cv, If; St an' J'net C; Icr. S 'ma Nu (1~ ~-Gr'-o, as frIlro. 'S "ma NI (0>fh-Gre'n If: FT-rre. ; Pi Karra f 22 -Dav MavarJek, C y~ P r : ~Tru!. \1~ 'S S rrmnr, r-f '4c, rr ( h'. Alnha (12,-M rn: cr. xw. tf; Duncan, '4i ean. C;B rg, rg; (T'~ IC A V ; 1'. 0 1 fT. I flru rrt'Smrr,"~ 1, S ii S r 1 U r1f-' a it ~rTc.v ann ;t c'q.~,r~ I1*

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ability, entertainSunnybrook A large number of students, and townspeople Listen, fellows! It's natural for you to want to save money, s> drop by our window and see the special bargains we are offering on Oxfords and Shoes. $13 Shoes for $5.75. $11 Shoes for $5.50, $10 Shees $5.5 $S8 Oxfords for $4. United Shoe Store, next to the Busy Bazaar. FREE RIDE The "Blaraca Special" lea'es the corner of Buokman Hlail about 9:30 Sunday mornings. Csef of .cce1l t o:sm '.cU e~t (Trd''a (. you do? I N ci~ Values in V i-~~ -: -t 1 I Id sh, -' I I I 4 nl I I ti be (01o't etc, A -l r Ye A' I N-n ,I Lr~ Xx-asV I ~ r3o 4 "-.4 -w--, fr -4-* ~ A 'xi /-'~ (,\IPANY I> -~ IF V P !? ft7. U' S. ttturn~ I 1ff ur;t I V. UNIVENSITY \l-H BY> ( > Pp A ~ -~ IN I I \I-i 4v. ear ~e thevr. rweT summer (bartr F. T -er 1 -'n C. .T r--T rs >u muer Quar:er art I e Un.: ersyv CoUrsc< L:I ano cli ters o0. e the same 0. Xtar. :nc. m c' aracer .ur as in the I:ler qglaryear. Degueare conferred nm-n men and women for summer work. The Mayter's Degree nrav 'co taned mr three Summer Q.vnters. It offers opportunities tn-:tile.I in the Somh and makes a trn to teachers seeking broaiegrappal ecnolar-ship and training and wider social contacts, and to college studo-.ts. deafring to complete degree reqa-rements. Attendance last quarter. twenty-nine V L~s F flrv'r, : --n -' -JS Zh A t aa-s is t cre-ate l'rIfl~ Of 4 d lx r' s t~11N. "I he opered by read rz the r.'o dredth nsaim,. he br-et: hur XXr 1 >ca o -c Both ha; the nbt p! -hed,. And b t ri th yvre metn-d ead. upN" hid 1 "th thers, dih'z rtes tnI he: in: the world :n pec' out--and Tt bt. a ma': loath. V. A o i~. no .4.s: 'esa o to shine: : -kr it .N wo-jid you <-bor< 4. a p.a re t C Lets 2 you 'ra'e an urrer 'Cu ra-e t ,a or be his shres? --Bliss ,-e ,,p ,n, out, and gave a resume of singing. Hegad mng two old sotws, whh up tfl when 'o0 to led arnJ y',u get up von t -. take the 't.wir, higher than fli ta k by s:ngshnowve d him to be a sting leader and s.ngcr every sense of the word tren get I wouldA *-i wsr aax 52 although Lt the upr for the reasens that I have stated-the upper she said. I'm sorr-v night.' for the words I spoke last Yur sending me those flowers made all things right. 2429 frim ,tate5and foreign crunfries. The most beautiful and unique carvpus in America. Kappa Alpha: Trm Clark. Frank Myers. lace. Frank Elmore, Frances Campbell Ha Robert WalMoses Guytor -r Lee Crenry, Will YOU forgive me? hr~. A nd as they kissed again the bowers_ Be wondered who the deuce those flowers is luwtr than higher. you will willing the lo, er because it is You can have the go higher, :o go higher Inwe-out li you it will be ire lowT w t tr r. -A SHARP REPLY Nati'e Tourist self on th Native. suh, jes He forgave He stood by her, She stcod by himHis arm was lorg. -, Irrrv n ~-v I OtL&~. ~ r. 11 eUL~. .J. "That "What tree fc a raz. s h r. "Ja U str-op-nr J. S. BODLF0 and F' I At I S S t -HOSIERY crcd I I I I the x JackscwvIle' .cor. Twiggs FLORIDA I I I I $ A I .4> is,-j V. p 4 2 -e --6-1 amEn St l community e


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