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I'1'- .I.1 I.rJJ.-<.ri'p-. Ia i Spanish-to,' hH the_thruout a"Masquerad-j Nights"-Florida o. -is f j ji f,t F ",, fA V' r I-"'" d (J) ..... ,, III"EI I" : a J t't 0 r f t-----a era w?icked'At's crew the of stuff'Gatorsl basket din't have toss-i'j f f II '

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FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEB. 24. 1922 NO. 19





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OB Acosta, a Floridian, is Add- Faculty and-Students Heard I for Opponents. I SAVANNAH Y AND TRINITYU.

'. d to Coaching Staff as Fresh- Prominent Man Speak on In the last match shot, that' against
Yale Citadel, the
M Coach-Captained University of Florida
'17-Won Yale Let- of Evolution-Mr. Rifle team by I -
fresh in won a large margin, as
; &tern in '19 and '20. Bryan Was Given Enthusiastic it did jri" the two previous matches OF F. STUDENTS Team Avenges Savannah De-

Reception. against Citadel; the score was 880- feat-An Extra Five-Minate

lie University of Florida has ad- 830. The individual scores were as Period Necessary Against
$ another Floridan to its football i Tuesday night in the gymnasium, follows: Trinity in Best Game Seen on :
staff. John S. Acosta has W. J. Bryan delivered an address H. M. Salley, 92.
0ag the Local Court.
bea employed as Freshmen Coach ate the student body on the subject: i T. L. VanSickle, 91. j t O.F METROPOLISJacksonville :
W. S. Middleton
\ :tite institution. ; "Tampering with the Mainspring." f I Captain "Check" Byrd's crew of
D. I. Disbennett, 89. ; ,_ 1
'koSta is a Yale man. He was He led up to his subject by speaking i w basketeers defeated the
f E. M. Schabunger, 89. Daily to be Turned strong quin-
ap&ain& of the Yale Freshmen in of a spirit of mind-worship, .,_ tet from Trinity College Monday
: V. M.
he won his letter at the which, he says, is Bradshaw, 88. Over to University Men Who
And threatening theuniversities the
>JIt I' L. T. P darvis, 87. nigh by score of 33-26, in the
Jew Haven College in 1919 and of the county. He was C. R. Hiatt, 85. I' -',-: Will be in Charge for One hardest and fastest game ever seen

yjfl. The reason he made no letter pleased to add, however, that the i O. R. Davis, 85. "-- Day.On on the University Gym floor. The

3 a 1918 was because Yale gave no I colleges of the South are less affect- I D. G. Graves, 84. excellent accuracy of Spikes in shooting -

]dots that year. Acosta played ed than others, and that he expectedthe I Total, 880. Monday, March 13, the journalism foul goals for a total of 12

pird and tackle. South to lead in the fight against j I The score against Tennessee was class under Professor Stoutamire, I points, was easily the outstanding

Tie high school seniors of the state this influence.The 804-771, and against Emory was 874- in conjunction with the members of feature of the game. He also scored

r2 be glad to hear that Acosta will purport of his speech was an 817. Next Friday the team shoots The Alligator staff, will be in Jacksonville j I 13 field goals, making a total of 18

!ig$their coach ia 1922. He will have attack on the theory of evolution.He 'against North Georgia Agricultural I: tq publish the Tuesday issue points to his credit.

ogre charge of the Freshmen, even picked out points of the theory I 1 College. t'I of the Florida Metropolis. Four of I The game began with a tremendous '.

I ti twanging the schedules. And the I and succeeded making them appear -| Florida's scores, so far, have not the five editions of the :Metropolis i ii outburst of speed, and after 2 min- i

Btiy 'Gators will be a great team. ridiculous. He stressed the i i been rivalled by any school in this I i will be put out by the students while 'utes of play, Trinity made the first j

I point that "hypothesis" was a scien- j i section as will be seen from the following t the other edition will be left in the point of the game on a foul goal.

tific equivalent for guess, and drew : scores made in our first match I hands of the management of the pa- Florida missed several field goals

SPANISH NIGHTS A from this the conclusion that Dar- j i against Tennessee, "by the other j per. but soon came up to Trinity on a

I win's hypothesis was a. mere guess. I I schools. .. When Prof. Stoutamire went to foul shot, and the score remained

MESS BEFORE A.I He furthermore made the rather I i!i Davidson 848, vs. N. C. State, 880.(:i Jacksonville recently for the purpose tied for a period of 4 minutes. The

broad statement that the "guess" had La State 781,Vs. Mississippi A. & f of requesting Major" Melton, manager score see-saweH back and forth, first

.absolutely no. evidence support it.j M. 894. I of the Metropolis, and a friend of the I Trinity leading and then Florida
In--alpthewfiftr: "' earefMreseaTCVhe I f-GaTTech 894, vs Alabama Poly-:' University, to come here to deliver a :I leading. The Score'at the end of ,

said, not a single case had been ': tech 890. :j lecture to the journalism' class, the' the first half was 88. J

Hasqueraders Gave Fine observed of one species coming from :i University of Ala. 729, vs. Univer-I Major suggested the above proposi- The second half opened fast and

a another.He I l I sity of Ga. 863. ''tion., Mr. Stoutamire accepted theI furious with Miller caging the ball

"First Last Night"ThursdayPlayersAre at ,Baird Theater diverted somewhat from his Clemson 877, vs. Citadel 899. i I proposal, being confident that the 3 successive times for Florida, while '.

University of Tenn. 771, vs. University -i students were capable of handling the Trinity only got one. Florida led '
Now on a Road Trip subject to talk on general religioussubjects. i I
of Florida 904. ;work creditably. throughout the second half until U
By clever logic fie showed
Through the State.
i how faith in God was the very basisof I I: Emory University 779, vs. :Marion I I I The following men are those' who the last 30 seconds of action Trinity

The Masqueraders made a splendid civilization. i! Institute 795.Wofford 1 are expected to make the trip, altho j II threw in a field goal, and the
I 662, vs. North Ga. 899. all have not expressed-themselves as |second half ended in a 25-25 tie.
upression in their initial perform- I Mr. Bryan's delivery marvelous,
I{confident of going: i i An extra of five minutes
wee Spanish full and resonant his
Nights before Cay his voice is ,
a + + + + + + + + + +
house at the Baird Theatre in enunciation perfect. The audience, '1 1I 4NEWS BRIEFS + : Glover Miller, Robert Wray, Fred !I'I duration was necessary to convincethe
Gainesville I : Mansour, R. A. Sias, J. B. Hazard, Trinity aggregation that for
last Thusday evening, that is, the majority of it, was completely i + 'Gator five takes f'asgamf' + I
Mraary Hubert Weeks, Pete Harris, R. j I once she had to bow to a superior
16, 1922. under his spell throughoutthe i -Ie from Savannah Y and trims 4J McAlj
Each I pin, Roy Hoskins, George J|I team. In this extra period Florida
man in the cast showed that entire evening, laughing or seri- J + Trinity in extra session. 4 :
us ;, D. Hinckley, R. A. Carlton, Truman tallied 8 points and Trinity scored
ability as an actor had been de- ous, thoughtful or jubilant, just as + Mr. Bryan addresses students on 44 -
">! Green, T. D. Henley, Lloyd V. Hoken- I i one, while both quintets received
to its fullest extent underthe he pleased. Applause interruptedthe Darwinism. +
stad, R. H. June, C. L. Lank E. S.O'om I round after round of applause front
direction of Father Conoley, tofcom discourse throughout, and a "long 1 + Track team getting in good +
I Lance C. L. Walk- !'the
: Richbourg i packed house of spectators.
is due a large measure of I Gator" was lustily given at the end. 1 -1shap(' for season. 4!- I

)raise for the success of the play. :Mr. Bryan was extremely pleased \ + Masqueraders off on long road + er. 'I I i Too much praise cannot be given

:::1'he **jr the men carried the parts with the welcome he received, and i I 4 trip after initial performance, .> I I to the Gators for the splendid way
.t Students at the University: of I in which they won from Trinity Col
women was Vi striking feature has promised t oreturn and talk on a -:- here. + I
Brussels Belgium have formed "Check" deserves
'I'he lege. Captain Byrd
Costumes and scenery were subject which is more in his "line," 1! 4 Library receives new gifts of +
beautiful groups for the study of alcoholism as a great deal of credit for the great
and No doubt -5 books. 4-
typical of the Spanish Public speaking. i
namely: social under the directionof that exhibited for was
a problem playing he it
country in hear llr.Br'an I + nine team showing 4-
which the scene of the will be glad to hampifn'10
;,1&1' is laid.WiIIiam on this, a subject with whichhe ': ship form in matches' with 4 Mou\ement Estudiantin pour la II largely through his efforts that the
t Culture Morale and with the cooperation -, Trinity "bunch" came out at the
Jeacle in the of Dole- is eminently! familiar. !i it* other schools. 4
part I '
student !
of the organized body, small end of the horn."a"Ark"
was : John Acosta will coach Dab--
e1 ,a proof that be + !
men may 1'Asgociation Generate des Etudiants. Newton bulwark of
was a
killed the fair students have an + 'Gators next fall oJ-
when adorned in Finnish college
sex I Professor Jules Bordet of the Institute -II defensive work, covering the floor
and ,action on 4S.. A. E.'s win inter-fraternitj +
pimitation of the real article. As { organisation for study
i Pasteur and winner of the Nobel like veteran and never hesitating
: Pete which was founded, in ,: 4cage title., + I
Harris anti-alcoholism,
was most original Prize in 1921, is giving a series of throw in basket when it wanecessary.
} time !' + U. of F. journalism will + I I.o a
Pleasing about the same squad
in his the This was
work. As 1886. University lectures) on alcoholism.I i, .
aid I of our own Intercede : + put out issue of,Florida Metrop- I i
Danish woman, McHenry Jones as the organization jam-ball
Miller at center played
-Yd ; .
Prohibition Association 1 + olis. t I II
ell-nigh to perfection Therg -:iate I LET FOR NEW BUILDING entire and was
CONTRACT throughout the game
in ;i a. Committee appointed +
girls of such a strong part on tag day -
which played
the just
play were
individual winner,
1 the Gator's point
:- for F. S. W. C. +
Insome the 18th amendment. camp.
; : and charming as real l lf the passage of field and throw
.. 4 goals
caging pretty
'parry let erection *
:: of college attendance 1 h i Contract for of neW'
f young ladies might'be.. Restriction four foul shots for total of 12
I I + auditorium -fr A contract has been let for the ing a
is finding man
selection j jI
j 1rThe men parts well carried some form of
I i11 were Some presidents sug- 1 4 Baseball practice progressing + I erection of an auditorium, which will !: points. Duncan and Grey both cpv-
'I ant Bivens as Don Juan, Donald advocates now. for freshmen, I + under direction of Coach Rich. be the first unit of the new adminis- i! ered themselves with glory for the
as Don Miguel, Anthony Re- gest personnel excellent brand of ball they. played..
(I er as a'strict weeding out of 4bourg.. + tration building. The $92.000 which j I
ben Julio, and Bob Harris, some advise
by Duncan scored nine points while Grey
bett four and + Moss' injuries keep 'Gators out + has been appropriated will provide j
all years i I
i t ,. 8eantjful Little and others. 'I students during admission only of students + of t.ournament.Interroonty + for the erection of only a shell, the j I tallied 8 points Duncan tossed the r
! and perfectly carried out i some ask for i ball in the basket from seemingly
maintained a certain + club basketball + completion depending on th" generosity I
! Ii' '. added much to the attractivethe I who have and "Henry" .
,! !esl school. starts. + of future legislators. This auditorium !impossible positions,
. Jsta play. The caste of solo- I standing in high + Boxing and wrestling tourna- will seat more than two !followed in his footsteps with 4 long ,.

fc:** and chorus gave a- most pleas- I maintains 4ment. to be held. + thousand people and will be the largestcollege shots from different part of the
touch.. S. Government I
, : The U. with an expenditure + High schools to compete for + auditorium the South; :'floor. Moss,one of Florida's greatest
'.4 In every detail was the evening 135 schools in Alaska 4State title next week.- something cf which Florida may well forwards, was unable to be in the
half i
" ((ed one for the Delighted aU i-1 I and an of about enrollment a millionCollars + + + + + + + + + + + -+ be proud. I (Continued on page eight)

''JContmned;; on page eight)

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t ;' ball. Following-is the revised schedule March 3-Duval vs. Sebring; Inverness 'following periods: Tuesda1l

: I I : vs. Orange; Union vs. Pinel- Thursdays, 4 to 5. Friday S t'
1 Series. las. and Saturdays 3 to 4.
I Feb. 23-Alacbua vs. Hillsborough; March 7-Inverness vs. Sebring; The swimming season is under
1.\1 SPORTS Union Duval Pinellas vs. Orange: and some promising
\ Polk vs. Leon; Miami vs. Lake. I vs. ; aquabata
; Febz. 25--Leon vs. Lake; Hilsbo' March 9-Deciding game between appeared. There is still lOouz
" ough vs. Miami; Alachua vs. Polk. I winners of Orange and winners of more men, and the prosper <<
!t to a good team this l it!
Feb. 27-Hillsborough vs. Lake; Blue. spring pare
Aachua vs. Leon; Polk vs. Miami. held at present at Freea

FRATERNITY TITLE I'GATOR[ TRACK MEN March Alachua vs. Miami; Hits- Dr. Enwald is teaching the Meth- about three fourth miles h rtb.t pat!
Come and hear of the
borough. Leon; Polk vs. Lake. odist Baraca Class. campus. Docks and a
J: I Ij March 6-Leon vs. Miami; Hills him. platform wil be erected and :I
E GOES TO S. A. E.'S GETTING IN TRIM borough vs. Polk; Alachua vs. Lake. I more desirable lake near MieaUttJ. 1

2-Blue Series: VOLLEY BALL PRACTICE STARTS :will be used. The hours for

j .! WHODEFEATDELTSI FOR A HARD SEASONUnder Feb. 24-Inverness vs. Union; Du- S AND SWIMMING TEAM\ !are Monday, 4 to 6; Wednesday 1 0

: I ti I II ,val vs. Pinellas; Orange vs. Sebring.Feb. WORKING OUT. to 5; Thursday and Friday, t to
I II ---- i 25-Pinellas vs. Sebring; Un- and all Saturday afternoon. J

j : I Game Was Hard Fought Thru-I the supervision of Captains ion vs. Orange; Duval vs. Inv ttess.I Volley ball practice has been started -I I

I r w! vat and Two Extra Periods Ryder and Atkinson both the track I Feb. 28-Union vs. Sebring; Inverness and all candidates for the team I Why not shave Nab: sly

f!ii i Were Necessary to Decide the and team are showing marked im vs.. Pinellas; Duval vs. Orange. are*urged to appear at the Gym the blades? See Driggers, 3* Bacim*.
1'# provement. Daily workouts are put- I ,
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'I j men and with ::::::::!
I. such a wealth) of material Florida
The S. A. E.'s won a hardfoughtbasketball should show up well in track this sea-

'! game Wednesday night, son. New men are reporting at ev- A Message from Jacksonville 'Triends and Boosters" i
February 15, from the Delta Rho's by ery practice but the coaches still have I

a score of 86. This victory gives room for more and ,are anxious for .

1 I them the Inter-Fraternity champion- new material. They intend to start 1}
I ship for 1922. This was the fastest the hurdling and jumping next week
and best game of the series, and was and hope to add to the list of aspir- 0-- .. t <
featured by spectacular playing onthe ants in those events. : ;
part of both teams. The speed
v Captain Ryder announced that he '
which characterized the f'UnIversity
: game made would start timing the men in the 1 Onr Determination to Give you
it appear very rough, but in reality :
different .
I' runs as soon as condition of .
i it was a very clean game. the track permits. Men Extra Value for :.
J For the first five minutes not a single :
The inter college meet will be held
: point was made by either team. your money is exemplified in :
I the 10th of March. This will give .
The ball was always in motion, altho
5 the men who are out for the teams a a
there-were few tries at goal. Guarding -
chance to get some real practice and .
was exceptionally good and the '
competition and it is hoped that every 9

,i i\ praised teamwork too of much.both teams Fahs .started cannot the be one will show some interest in Standard .
Co. and.
this coming event.'BASEBALL. Clothing [ : : t
I i scoring by shooting a foul for the .
t\1 t Delta Rho's, which was quickly fol-
\ r lowed by another. Beasley shot a SQUAD IS I s .
1 goal for the S. A. E.'s just before the j Fashion Park'Spring :
i first half ended, making the score SHOWING -_, .. ..
f I' 'j' 2-". a GOOD FORM 1 :* .
I The second half was faster and f"

j'I I rougher than the first, and for a time Baseball practice-is booming mer- I

I it appeared as if the S. A. E's would rily along*, with some sixty or seventy Clothes IThe

break away. Davis .shot two fouls, men every afternoon, and the stageis f
and almost immediately after George set for a winning) season.
Stanley rang a basket. They did not The high office of the pitcher's box ,
r keep in the lead very long, however, is sought by numerous men.

for Fahs, for tha Delta Rho's, made Wallace, of last year's team, i; Right Clothes *
two wonderful shots and the score was back again with huge improvement .
tied. Fahs was undoubtedly the individual and shows signs of being one of, for Young Men 0 0 .-.-: 4'-.0, \. 4

star of the game making 6 Florida's best pitchers. ." .

points to Stanley's 4. The half ended Hartman shows up in good form, It's quite important now-a-days for _young men to have the right Clothes.: T
with the
score 6 to 6. and it is predicted that he will win

t ; Five minutes extra were_ allotted tot most of his games. There was a time when it didn't matter so much; now everybody is more
t break the tie, but it refused to be Gray, a last year's Fmanshows :

i :t broken. Davis and Beasley, the S. A. fine form, and will give them all a particular about the character of their apparel. ._

j E forwards, were shooting under run for their money. .

'I difficulties said difficulties being Among the Rats You will find this PRETTY :
Red trying out for MUCH of a YOUNG MEN'S store. A bis part :
and Alec I
The extra pitcher are Williams, CanS'ekel and
period was faster, harder and Snow. of our business is devoted just to ;you young men.

\ 'I :, rougher than either of the halls, and Captain BiB Ward, in the! catcher's :
N ended with the score still 6-6. position, is .,
playing like a house afire -
I t l: A second extra period seemed for and will
a probably make this his, best
time to be a useless luxury MODELS
; try Bow season.' FEATURED I Spring
I ,. r' basket.they might neither team could ring a. Roach, an F-man, is showing up
11 The
{i _.* .. spectators bad about de-';wonderfally at sbortstam.. -
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t 1 the\ urns lae game was a tie when ;: A pretty battle is bring waged for in the new patterns and colors range from the UJtr&1 ,v !l'I'OU G Hats
Ei unexpected
*$ happened. George 4!first have Scott Marphr and

the Stanley last broke 30 seconds away for a basket in Docksrorth all seem to be equally MEN'S to the more conservative for those who desire u.... '-. are ready
of play, making o good, and the de-ision will surely be
( g the score S-6 in favor of the S. A. EV j close. ,
The liae-ijps were as follows: t In the moll, Blake, Scottie Me- And when we $ y"Ready"
k Delta Rko (6)-Fahs (6), rf; Scott, : tendon, Sole Sin mom, yams WHEN IN JACKSONVILLE
If; Butler( c; White, rg Hooate, Ig. Leater and Die are showing -se we want

3 S. A. E. (S)-Davis (2), Beasley I pretty haft.ban.T8e..n You are invited. to make oar store headquarters; we have for your

(2) Jones. SoHee Stanley (-I). ieJd shows Caritaa Beas you to accept oar
Substitutions: (S. A. E.) Sollee : ley, Deacon. Hitehcoch, Spy Bur convenience writing\ desk;-phone service and any personal attention
for Stanley; Stanley for Jones. (Delta 'nett, Flood and many others chasing claim literally All
Rho) none.Referee :the elusive pill. that may have the opportunity to render. We will be glad to see
: Dr. Manchester. :10 youthe c.-oJ
j Among the last year's men who new s&ap .Ja
Scorekeeper: George Hartman. often.
I! have not yet reported are Joe White
Time of halves: 15 minutes. j I and Wade Mahazmah. materials await i

Patronize 'Gator advertisers. INTER-COUNTY your choice.

TOURNAMENT Inter-County: club basketball gets Clothing
OPENS MARCH 6. under way this week. Dr. Manchester

baas divided the teams into two
Dr. Manchester announces that the classes. the Orange and the Blue. 17-19 West Bay St. A. L.
boxing and wrestling tournament willtegin The winners of the Orange series Jr., Pres. .

the week of March 6th and all will play the winners of the Blue .

into names him and weights Sergeant must Kopp be turned before be series on Ifarci 9th. The games will ... ..t'.t'...... ....-. ... .
or conducted on a percentage basis.A .:.=.:.=.:.:..\..nI =
Uarch 4. Some fast, skilled boutsabonld ruling has been made that
be witnessed for there seems basketball meA and men on varsity 1 t

*> be a plentiful supply of good :squad are ineligible. These contests j

11 wrestlers and boxers on the campus. I Ip are predicted to be fast and spirited -[ \
I aDd the dab wiiica wins the! I

t *W 1_. 'Gaier adrerfiMts.! .I\pWw\, __t pat iD a Ke. 31

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is THEATRE] Dr. Murphree, teacher's college, .
and several publishing
, are recent Enough" is _
it SaturdayGIRL donors of books to be added to <
FROM NOWHERE the University Library collection. not Rood enough -
Miss t : .
Miltimore announces. The pub- .

1 Fllta ll( )l adaY-Marie Prevost in B.lishers F. Johnson who gave Company sets of books, Richmond are the, t i.i Porter's Fitform Clothes for young ,

a A PARISIAN SCANDAL Va.; Allyn and Bacon Company >few i men amd older men who want to stay / \ .

r I.i .., Tuesday York.A York.; and Ginn and Company, New : young. In the tailoring of these sup- /' : :
ATOL majority of the gifts received are erbly styled garments the "easy way"makes ;..

- c c11 Foster Newel Vaudeville text books and these will be placed on .. way for the better way and \ 1l .
l. t a special section of shelf of the li- d .
"How fine
Wednesday- can they be_made? crowds '
brary. The Librarian is endeavoringto
- Wanda Hawley in round out a good collection of eat the manufacturing question .S i i'Ho

; LOVE CHARM text books for,the use of the school .i -' wfaat can they be made?" -. ,

ThursdaY- teachers Summer who School.attend the University* : .
KNEW Name plates will be placed in all Z WE EARNESTLY INVITE EVERYMAN uI
books to indicate their Gift
Friday- books will bear the name of the donor i
MARRY THE POOR GIRL I and books purchased by the Library TIMES TWENTY TO SEE THE fl//J/J/J4 '

., .. will bear a plain University of .
Florida... plate. In the. future_books ; \
will have Ute card pockets and date- IfllffJPIV '
slips placed. on the inside of the front 4 LABEL IS AN ADDITIONAL --- t\\\f'J/\ \ ,
'cover to keep them from being so '

Tennis Football Did you know you could make :I f
: .
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old blades .:
your razor as good as new (' .
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Basketball V t.
Baseball .
for about 2 l-2c each? See Driggersin I '

1 I 36 Buckman. : .<...
QUALITY-SERVICE '; Men and Bays Wear r

Baird. Hardware Co.. ." I
shall;in this dissertation, endeavor I
to set forth a few facts concern- : :

ing the habits and habitats of the I .
female of the genus Homo after the
I f
SHe E S manner of a biologist describing 'anew I i
species of bug or horse-fly. 9 I Jacksonville, Corner Bay attd Lava i
Before going into the more inti- .
H B. M. TENCH H mate details of the subject a few of I I

general characters of the typestheill i't I
I w be mentioned. .
0 GainesviHe, 0 f
First all women are susceptibleto
\ flattery. This fact has been de- .......... ............ ...... .... .
: E Florida E termined after much experimental I
.. research. Second, they have an inborn --
to look at. However she should rarely if ever engages. in "affairs and .ch misunderstood .
I desireto easy : type a m en*
insatiable, and t
I E ,
II SHe not be confused with the "beautiful"type de amour." j Her aim in life seems to be to immi- [
coat their oil factory protusions
I with a substance differing from which is altogether a different Next is the "toothpick" girt Her tate the mottoes of two of our famous
Portland cement only in color and species. chief characteristic is her spindling advertisers, "Save the surface
Third, Then there is the fat-I mean construction. Another characteristicis and you save all" and "Roll your
4II 4IIt in smell, and perhaps price. .
"stout" Her classification is her egotism. Her main own.
they have a most remarkable faculty girl supreme
j J I of causing the lachrymal glands to ,!easy because of the almost spheroid occupation in life is dancing. She A less common type Is the "regal"
| NORAH overflow at will-this is a'means of I i shape she :sometimes acquires. She imagines that she could show PAV- ,or "queenly". She SHOULD be
It I I winning the sundry arguments with'I is usually a sworn enemy to dancing, LOWA and ;IRENE CASTLE how found in the drawing room of a pala-
Art and Gift Shop J their men folks. All opposition is but as a Sunday-school party, she is to dance. But I had just as soon tial home, or riding in an elegant
| Pictures and Picture Frames f the life of the occasion. She is by i dance with a hoehandle.The limousine. She Is often seen por-
.... .., .., ..I washed away as were. II .
-.- The most prevalent type of girl is nature a friend to everyone, but "flapper" is a much discussed (Continued on Page Six)

I the "ordinary." The range of the
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J. W. M'COLLUM & CO. ordinary girl is truly wonderful. She
- DRUGGISTSTHE s! is found almost everywhere-in the

REXALL STORE highest of society and the lowliest
for 'of rural homes, on farms and in factories t
Agents in Packards and in Fords. She i
Liggetts and Norris.
Fla. 'is characterized by being neither too
Gainesville: THE'BON TON
pretty nor too homely for one's peace
lof mind, and by the fact that her
I nose does not require powdering more
DR. TENCH II than twice as often as apparently
i DentistOffice necessary. "Gainesville's Popular Place"Stationary
Graham BuildingOffice $I( Another familiar type is the "pret- <
. Phone: Res. Phone: I ty* girl. Her environment and range
258-J 369JI :is similar to that of the "ordinary"

...1:I type except that she is more pre- Cigars Cigarettes and Tobacco, Hot and Cold Drinks
--- I" valent in the regions of dance halls}
I W.\ S. DORSEY & CO. ,1 and other places of amusement .
t tt 'I distinguished by the
| Everything in Groceries She is readily contrivance t I Agents for the Martha Washington and Johnston Candies
of a peculiar
I I t For Goodness Sake DrinkI t 1,( known as a "vanity ae.n She is I \.

DORSEY'S DELIGHT COFFEE i il01I. t 1 also known by the case with which i --

..... __ .. .U she can be seen as she is often too i
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"A Town Within a House" _

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The following course in range fir-
1 Ii: Pete Harris ...............__...._?*_.............__..._____ __ ........FAitor-in-Chkf I IGVrver I pf
I' 1 Miller ................_. ..: ..... ._ ................._....._...........Managing Editor : ing is outlined for all members

I I Robert Wray U................._______............._..._Assistant Managing Editor tbe battalion: I <

IF Richard Sias _.........__.....-w,............._..T .................._. ......__.......Sporting Editor Instruction Firing UNIVERSITY MEN,

I Robert Pierce ......_............,.:........... ..................__.._...__..._... ...Society EditorHarold 200 yards slow fire, target "A," 10 .. ...'.

I + ;. Klock ......._......__...._____.._......._............_'*....... -----___........__.Exchanges shots prone; 10 shots standing. 1
Demand value and style _
t H"I ; K. K. Hansen, tizzy Die .......-__.......;.......__.:::..._._.__-.............Personals 300 yards slow fire, target "A," 10 ; "

1 i;i. t '-' shots prone; 5 sitting; 5 kneeling. Society Brand Clothes
r r., : 200 yard rapid fire, target "D," 10
t I J5J. Woodberry William Parraenter. Beach Hazard J. D. Wheeler, Fred shots '
f sitting. Hanan Shoes, Manhattan Shirts, Knox
i. II : llansour, Frank Elmore, Rolf Buckley, Hubert Weeks, William DuBois 300 yards rapid fire, target "D," 10 hAre e
r L. L. Thompson.
I :' q shots prone. *:> featured lines i in the Giddeons Store.


;{ !t : Aleck White ....._.......u..u............... _.... ..............?.-.--:.._.. ..Business Manager 200 yards slow fire target "A," 5 Mail eiders a specialty.i ,

I I tri t \ Horace Wilson .._.........__.____...._.._........Assistant Business Manager .shots prone; 5 shots standing. : I ..
: J 300 yards slow fire, target "A," 10
,1' Ii u!! Entered as second-class matter September 28, 1V91at the postofiice at .jo.\- .. IT
hots 5 shot itting 5 shots
p'I Gainesville, Fla., under the Act of Ma rch 3d, 1879. prone; ; .

II I iii'ijt,1.} j j ,: Ra1e. =-:The Florida Alligator $1.50 the year.V kneeling._ 200 yards rapid fire, target "D," 10 I J .

1 I t j1 L: r; II + ::1 FACE THE FACTS shots 300 sitting.yards rapid fire, target "D," 10 I !1. HENRY GIDDENS CLOTHING CO,

hr j;{ : I ; TIe} > e is an innate tendency on the part of humanity to dodge shots prone.

I: !E'i ; Dje.facta.of life-to take the l line of the least resistence. People In place of the Battalion Forma TAMPA;FLORID

t \ I.; dear to have a physician look into the condition of their health tion on Tuesdays from 11-1 there .. .- : '.

I f 1 I' I!1iU :for the simple reason that they dread to face the facts which he will be firing from 8 a. m. to 5 p. ,: :'';"'i. '. 'ii 1 ,;;;Jf ..t -i'J!" '" .
"'_ .d.J t
I --i'7.
11fJ ; may unearth. The general feeling is that so long as one is ignorJ m., daily until March 11th. There '; :.:

I'll.j I ant of any defect its potency will not be felt. will be fired by each student an aver-

J : I Nor is this stupid idea limited in its scope. It is universal. age of 30 shots per week. In case

I ; I The ostrich with his head safely covered, leaves the rest of his j, this amount is,not fired by Saturday II -
f :; noon of each week a drill cut will be ... J( I
t body exposed in reckless disregard for its welfare. The easygoing
J I given to those concerned. The 10
: qt lf : i i complacent business refuses to see the facts as they I' =
per cent best shots on record will bed 1 <*<
: are outcome to the turn of fortune's wheel-invariably -
permitted to fire at 500 and 600 yards j ,
j "SP AS I:
!?!: : with disastrous results. And the indifferent student -
lazy or
; Pursuant to the
vested in
authority I j ji ;A boob, Ben Adhem 'Ms
j i : fools himself into thinking that he is maps auld t may sate
i j not receiving justice from the Professor of Military Science and I think a never be 1 increase),

,' : ; ; the instructors when after neglecting his work to the point of disaster i Tactics, at the University of Florida.!"j One-half so sore as me; '_. |Awoke in class from a' deep dress

he fails to get thru on a bluff. i'by the Secretary of War, and the j I've coaxed, I've cussed, y: 4" l' of peace,

\.. i Face the facts There is nothing like knowing your direct relation -:{ president of the University of Florida I've smiled, I've fussed, I And saw within the sunlight of tit

i to the matters in which you are vitally concerned. Open '1 the following promotions and ap- I've raved, I've sworn, I room, '

: your eyes and see things as they really are! Don't try to disguise !j pointments are announced in the Ca- hair j Making it sad and like a place of I Ii
t .i ignore the facts! them j det Battalion, with the f tlowing.\as- My I've torn, i gloom,
i: or Bring -out into the light of reality and, .
j signments to companies. An Apache Indian I'd seem to be f A Prof. who scribbled marks d
: if necessary, make the proper repairs. Then, with a clear road ; 1
:: To be Battalion Major: Captain If you could take a look at me! visage cold.

1 !, .Jl ahead. set out toward your goal. I i" Williams, D. E. <" Of all the niceties of masculine II Exceeding peace had made our Bear
i i To be Battalion Adjutant; First I I'I dressI
t'11' The "Masqueraders" are off on .their annual road trip thru the I 4 Lieutenant Riatt C. R. '; I And to the presence in the room be
.f: State with one of the biggest and best castes that has ever 'I I vow there is one collossal mess! :I said:
represented Appt. Co. "A" to be 1st Lieut.
: My:: patience
F the University in dramatic lines. Not l gone my temper : "What writest thou?"The preseset
until last year did i I Emmert, P.. assigned to comp. "A." fanned, I "
ff they attempt to stage a production of a high type, but their wonderful t To be 2nd Lieuts: Butler, M. L.; I've tried the wile sof sleight-of-i I. raised his head
; And 'twas mad-
with look dark
success in "Out of the East" marked the beginning of a $j I and Bradshaw-. \p. t3I. hand. i, a so
I dyAnswered
t I : new era in dramatics at U. of F. Father 1 I To be 1st Ser t. Busbee All moods and
.,: Conoley has lent his : : E. B. I'I'I methods are to no I I I "Th enames of those *be
t: j wonderful talent and untiring efforts toward writing the play and !J: To be Platoon Sgt. 1st Platoon; avail- f study." .

-;. directing the students in putting on their parts. In token of the :,i Stanley, G. B.Appointments. .. j Once more, and on the floor thisthingll I "And is mine one?" said AdMm< ,

: I : aid which he has tendered this branch of the student activities, we 1 in Company "B" J sail! !1 "Nay, not so,"
To be Capt.: DeWolf, A. B. Fingers sore and collar dirty- .
this" redo
1 take opportunity to thank him in their behalf. Replied the Prof. Then Benny
:; I j To be 2nd Lieuts.: Cox, J. O. and I worked like Hell since more low,

". Next week will be featured the Moore, E. thirty! se\"en-j But cheerily still, and said, TD &#
by of You
ten basketball] don't
11. presence To be 1st Sergt.: Gaskins, S. G.I I need an ouija board to'' again,
teams .
U'' the supporters of each, on the campus. These teams I guess i bI i
i be Platoon Sergt. Sad Platocpt: And pray you break your
will be from all parts of the State and from the most important of'I' Ferns G. F. i The name of this infernal piece of I I blank fountain pen." .

i I: the high schools. Many of them will graduate this year and will i App uMi eets in c..pan'C" dress- J
1 go away to college next year, so it is up to everyman: here to show : To be <'.apt.: Morgan,.C. E. j I tear one to shreds loud frantic cry f! "Great minds have purposes. oAeihave

them there is only one place to go-and that is to the University : To be 2nd Lieuts.: Stewart. L.< .JXI t my LAST bow tie! j jI wishes.:

of Florida and Wilson, H. S. I I --
: 1 if .. Presbyterian C. E. wants to see j
Appobiiine&ts in. Company "D" :I you Sunday evening at 6:30 o'clock. 1 -

t J The new "Y" building which Is meted will mea more |j To be Capt: Kedmait, R.; P. i j 1 i ENGRAVED
J than can be realized ( To be 2nd Lieott.: Coin, L. IL, and j $500,000: for a club i
byb the students at fie. present tta& The j: t house for foreign |
: time at which it will be ; prf, F. c. a f students have been
I :: a reality depends upon the ,the .given by
way people John
To be 1st Sert D. Rockefeller If CARDS
:j' of the State respond. Don't fail to talk it when : Jr., to the Intercollegiate CALLING
f j up you are+ at i To be Platoon Serct. 1st Platoon: :' Cosmopolitan Club
home. Let of New I
eone know about it! : York.
L Plans
Hobbard, D. i r call for the building on I
I J f To be Riverside Drive for young* men
Sergt. tad Platoon: !< opposite Grant's
'fl t The 'Gators inability to enter the S. I. A. .\. cage toMroament 1 SchabiBger, E. :M. f\Tomb It will accommodate 500 stu

1 !I at Atlanta this week is a source of regret to everyone. With the I|[ ,,kiod dents. This club, the largest of its Gainesville Daily thecaToday's

stride at which they have been playing lately they would have i Do year afeegiag ia the afternoon. has 620 members from 65 countries -

!:' ; been strong contenders for championship honors. Come- to Sanday school In the morn- ''. attending 41 colleges and universities News Today'Weaver's
ing. ... in New York City.
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P-: One thing to be remembered is that William Jennings Bryan Reports to the Association of I j I.-- --------- --- --- --''- '''' 4II .-.- T

( : is getting along in and i|American Colleges show ,
.i years he says he will 1 live to see the American that there
people have all the fun they want without a headache the j has been an increase of 50 per cent t Steam LaundryFOR I'
in the
salaries of
next morning. By the looks of t presidents and faculty f
some of the modern dances, Mr. members since 19131914. t

Bryan, we predict that you will live to a ripe old age. I HIGH CLASS. CLEANING AND PRESSING I
1 + + + + + + + + + + r--
Fellows, do you realize the + w --- -
position of the business men who + --- -----
make your publications possible thru advertising? :Many of them I+ NOTICE. + i
----- LET
regard it as charity donations-expenditures from which they ex- + Any student who las had apositive ++ US DYE YOUR OLD SUIT I

-TI iit' pect no return. In the present condition of business they cannot + vaccination this year + .

afford to do this, and besides it is not fair to them for students to + and desires certificate showing + SANITARY I

pass them up and buy from those who will not support our activities. + same, apply at 22 Pea- + CLEANING & PRESSING CO r

They are helping us and we must back them in return. + body any day between 9 and + .
+ 1 o'clock.
At last we are to get a new auditorium! Upon the completion + ALBERT W. SWEET. + Opposite Star Garage
b of this first unit of the mammoth administration building the 4 t ,

} gymnasium may be used for the purposes for which it was intend- + + + + + + + + + ++ French Dry Cleaning 675
1 and Phone
z d--physical instead of vocal and instrumental exercises Dyeing. J

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LITERARY SOCIETY. 1 was selected an alternate member. New Spring Suits .

-- Five candidates tried for a place on S1" _
meeting tet Farr the team. -* "i .'

ltf 1 interesting Society last Monday even- The debate tryouts. constituted the I New Flannel Trousers ,

! president W. R. King pre- program of the club meet of last Mon < .
jTtte of the president. day night.
absence There was no business to -- .
[first part of the meeting was transact. The chairman of the meet- New Manhattan Shirts
.ver to business. Announce- ing read a letter from the University
made concerning there e an- of California relative to research :

ii et t to take place FridayFebruary scholarships available at that institution "d. .

L* 24 and the debate which may be of interest to ._-- :,.: ., ..._ .- i i2 f
Rats on next MondayFeb. some members of the -
to U. class. graduating 4; AND THAT'S NOT ALL : : ;
27- ._ y- f I ,Mr<_
the business meeting it was The men who tried out for the "ti>o_: ;-. ,.< _
4 that the men on the program .debating team in order of %their appearance -
Utt: curiously failed to appear. as speakers were: Foster : : : ": '" .'. < :

jnU fact having been deter- Chatham, A. J. Geiger, Horace Wil- 1 .
;impromptu speeches were in son, 0. R. Davis, and "Robert Wray.

Bats Wilkensky, Stephens No limit was set on the time allowed ; I
fc George Stanley (not a rat) for argument. -The judges were Maj. .J< : .
,ailed! Q nto express their ideas Floyd, Dr. Shealey and Prof. Wilough- r I

. $es and kings. Mr. Stanley by. All the men argued on the nega- :
love and tive side of the '
engagingly on question: Resolved
sei lore) in connection with that it would be' to the best interestof I .. f (- ""i- '-.- ?;"
parties. K. K. Hansen was ask- the American farmer to have the '

cpress his views on house par- government own and operate the rail I M :

ed a very: personal argument roads.

between several sedate old men
sing week-ends. Mr. Ball, the JOHN MARSHALL DEBATING ;'!W.. "'!" ;] ----:-. --- -;:, _": ----- -- _

president, cast an olive branch SOCIETY IS STILL ACTIVE _
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ie scuffle by suggesting some ed behind a screen, giving the effect 'I; Rho rooms, and jazz reigned supreme Saturday morning was open but

selections, in which the rats Although the credit for attendanceto of the moon rising thru the trees. j I I till a late hour. everyone found something to do. Saturday
to figure as main characters. I John Marshall has been removedfor Punch was served thruout the ev- These two events served to start
Tarren and Weeks immediately this semetser, the meetings are ening and during the intermission at : off the house party in great style, I afternoon was given over to a

);td bad colds, and there was as well attended and active as ever. :: 12 a delightful course of salad, sand- : and proved worthy precedents of the i. tea-dance at the chapter house. The .,

.i idemie in a few minutes. The I The meeting last Saturday was exceptionally -. wiches and cocoa was served to the other delightful affairs of the week house proved itself to be admirably. .
members adaent interesting and the pro- 'end. arranged for dancing. The library
procured an guests. After the intermission the : ,
i t, just in time to see the gram rendered showed much enthu- dancing was resumed, and it con- and living room and 'the' connecting-
baIl: game with Trinity. siasm. R. S. Hare read an enjoyable tinued to a very' late hour. DELTA KIIO HOUSE PARTY. tiled portico make a fine floor.
selection, following by a fifteen min- I

The large number of visiting girlson Saturday evening was freeglorious -
IELTA RHO TEA DANCE. ute oral essay by E. P. Ellis on "The the houseparty contributed in The past week witnessed a brilliant freedom!-and on Sunday came

I Great Things of John Marshall'sLife making this dance one, of the most series of social functions given by the I the leave-taking. Black crepe (now

i part of the program of their ," which was most admirably delightful informal affairs of the sea- i Delta Rho Fraternity, as features of I II hangs over the arched entrance of the

party,the Delta Rho Fraternity rendered. The program concluded son. I their house party. The occasion was I II Delta' Rho. house; considerable joy I

aaed' with a::tea-dance at their I with A debate: I I the completion of the n->w fraternty: : departed Sunday. t'

completed fraternity home on : Resolved, "That Florida's Governors I DELTA RHQ. :THEATRE PARTY. home, and the house p rt\./unction-1 The out-of-town ladies who were
7 afternoon, February 18. I should be allowed to succeed. ed very satisfactorily a? a I guests of the house-party are as fAllow i

fe large French doors of the Iiand i themselves;" George W. Milam and The members of the Delta Rho :.warming.The : Mrs. Norris Levis, Misses Mollie ;!

' living room were opened W. E. Brobston for the affirmativeand Fraternity entertained their guests guests arrived on Thursday,I Sligh, Sara Sligh, Anna Chris e.

:fe two rooms, with the sun-: T. S. Ferguson and P. H. Brin- of the house party on Thursday even .and the first planned entertainmentwas Jeanette Grether, Louise Morris, and
fc Ming them February 16th, with a theatre the theatre party on Thursday Catharine Levis, of Jacksonville; Mrs,
, were used for for the negative.The ing,
A novel son evening. The young men and their I Frank Drew, Misses Gretchen Harrell,
and unusual effect rendered the decisionfor :party.
i guests witnessed the first Alberta Drew, Marjorie Drew. and
seated by the five arches The young men and their winsome presenta-I
open affirm-
sun porch. The arches the judges in favor of the II guests arrived at the Baird Theatreat tion of 'Spanish Nights Dorothy Drew, of Live Oak; Muses
I ative. ; and after the Mas-I Birdie Reed and Fleresa Sipprell, of
* outside of the building, and 8:30, and were seated in a bodyin queraders play a
7e ran-porch an open air floor. the centre section. The production dance was held in the Delta Rho I Palatka; Miss Adna Wuthrieh, of

I4: ***, passing back and forth COMING EVENTS 'Spanish Nights,' put on by the rooms. i Tampa; Miss Lillian Carlson, of Tampa -

>tie porch between the University Masqueraders, fulfilled Friday afternoon was spent at 1 and Tallahassee; Miss Catharine
living Nu Fraternity
UM library, March 3rd-Sigma every expectation, and i its excellencewent dancing and bridge at the new fra- Farr of St. Cloud and Tallahassee;
made a very pretty Dance. towards making this ternity home. In the feTenimr was j i :Miss: Norma Farmer of St. Petera-
a long way I
orr tra March 4thScabbard and Blade theatre party one of the most delightful I held the informal dance at the Worn- :i burg; Miss Grace Gilbert of KiaBiramee -
yed by "Bill" Cody, dance. and Tallahassee Miss Isabfei
:!aced affairs of the year. an's Club. The number of outofI I ;
''cni In the living room. March 9th-Pirates dance. After the play several of the couple : town girls made this dance doubly : Stein cke of Miami; and Miss Dabs;!
members of each of the March 10th-S. A. E. Fraternitydance. Reed of Sherbrooke, Quebec
: enjoyable.
! dance in the Delta
! rate rnl"tji es of the to- enjoyed a pop ;
a a number campus E. Foundersbay __ __ __ n __ -- -- --- ---- ..-- _. ----
- of young ladiesesviUe March 11th-S. A. ------ ------ ------- ------- ----- -- -

tests, in, addition were among, of the course in-, banquet. .....0@......@ ... ..@.40 .' ..$@....@b4@B.- .0........

.t l guests of the house parly. DELTA RHO FRATERNITY DANCE .. ..:.. ., ...

( tar served throughout the :-" ", ,,-- '.
The Delta Rho Fraternity entertained '. :
----- Club on Drink : .
at a dance at the Woman's ,"
0118 DEBATERS CHOSEN. Friday, the seventeenth, as a feature : ; .

, of their house party, a delightful- __- t -. ..
; A. > .
er The orchestra '
Chatham, President of the cial event of the week-end. .
and Robert t began the first_selection on its :' .
b 1J1th. e Judges to Wray represent were I excellent program at 9 and thereafter reigned- i ; MILLER'S. : > Y I-

Ag's 1 in. the debate with the goddess Verpsichore .
In the University of Geor- supreme. The auditorium was ,
g fraternitycolors.
on April decorated in '
14. A. attractively <> '
Late in the evening a shower '- ,. .

of orange and blue ribbons descended .

OlIN upon the dancers below and the dance : Where Service and Satisfaction Meet '
B. SUTTON i continued in a riot of color and syn- ;
unique and ", II II'I
AttolflQy.At. I copa: tio n. eoriginal
moonlight '
381 I feature was the
Bank Bldg. J AU the ,

TAMPA{ FLORIDA' f fI lights during were the turned waltz ingeniously save one on plac-the :... ........ ... ........................ -..........

N balcony, which was ,/
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the best We Cigar mad. .
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C ore's no argument about Hava-Tampa TAMPA, FLORIDATHE .
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GAINESVILLE FURNITURE COMPANY : prices on Memory Books. Have
WILL PLAY IN a good assortment of Souvenirp

: ,, Victrolas and Records :
s ii !f, ; ,.. and Post Cards.
j I $ Ten Leading High School
; i .
of Florida Will Play
i '+ D. R. Cox, Proprietor : : : Telephone 8G Games for State High
: March 2 3 4. STOR!
;G I'' i ii !$: Gym. on ----, ,

i : i- ................................ The State High School ,:- ': f- ::;._.' .
I ij Tournament will be held in ...
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1 versity Gymnasium on March ,

I ''I' INSTEAD OF FALL SHIRTS AT REDUC- t Twenty games will be played t DROP IN
} .1' coveted honors, and the
cities will have high
} : I I I' SPRING CREATIONS AT FALLEN FIGt t the tournament: Winter | ono F STOCK

Gainesville, Pensacola, Miami '.'
H URES. Ia t Saint Petersburg, Lake ) TAILORI

a 1. Fall with us is.. a dead flower-it's springtime sonville, Wauchula' and I
: inside these doors-no matter what it's The teams taking part are
I t ti in the state. Two have I I Gleaning Pruql
.i doin outside. New Shirts, new materials, t ed from each congressional
.Inew coloring at $1.25 to $5.00.BURNETT and two from the state at l t 354, GaiaesvflU,Ret
I the best in each section will .
I H : I'' NUFF SED I on the University court. : .- -
II chester and Coach Kline will ............
I I refereeing for all the -

I I Tickets are on sale at the SHOE REPAIR COMP Q
t THE CLOTHIER Miller's, and at the Y. M. \

!, JIk' fice. Non-transferable AND SHINE PARLOR
!i.--------____ __ tickets will be sold at $1.00
secure admission to all the
Louis EUades, Proprietor


I t '0 Electric Shoe Repair Department SQUARE Work Guaranteed t tI N.: D. Cooper, Agent; Room 13, Bucfaaan
(Continued from Page )
I trayed in the "movies" but
t I SL .................. found in real life. waN -Y
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L I' t I'1 JOHNSON'S PHARMACY discuss. Too often in our
t Drugs, Medicines, Stationery, Toilet and Rubber Goods t to members of those classes at the j
We guarantee personal attention to Prescriptions. Only ered in previous statements
j j f I t purest drugs used. Low prices. Quality considered. t not recognize the value of The Gainesville Cafeteria
and dignity and high
Gainesville, Florida. t R
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t tue and none of the faulty
girls. She is the cause of A SQUARE MEALat
our joys, and our sorrows
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a sorry proposition. Who SQUARE DEAL PRICE

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f KgHgagggfiiKr The sun was sinking in the
At the close of a summer day.Thru PARLORMAKE
the still, peaceful
!i j; I Popular Goods at Popular Prices at I Came hay.the smell of the YOURSELVES AT HOME

: Agency Hollingsworth's Unusual Candies
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I 1 My hand on her golden hair
g Now is the time to buy The Dunn-Pen which is a practical, self-SB-' It shone like a tropical forest Tampa, Florida '

ing, common sense fountain pen, WITHOUT BOTHER or amoyj: j? ;j i The sight indeed was fair. ICE CREAM, LUNCH AND CIGARS

once of a RUBBER SAC and is the future fountain For sale ;
pen. I f!Her eyes were tender, and 508 Franklin Street
by L, C. SMITH, Jeweler, South Side Square. f brown. -
I i Her breath as :sweet as
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SPORTING GOODS ,Upon But her her features face was were tear very nor Vidal Drug Company
Football 1 P?*
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: Hardware of all Kinds i I The sweet moment .f joy 'I ,

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See Us 1 How for hours as a boy !
1 I stood with her that +
THE THOMAS COMPANY\ \ Adopted from 1I I Fitted r=

Phone 22 i'Bossy.' i 0 I II
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ST. PATRICK'S I If !1921 and 1922, has received teases i
., CATHOLIC CHURCH i!tract from the Brooklyn taptieated la ore hoar'stime '

I plans to join them at the
f East Main Street, North I school year. Ward has C. H. COLES & SON
as one of the best receivers
1 t Rer. John I. A. A. for the past two r rI
Conoley, S. T. L., Rector. Telephone 629 t s <;"
is a junior at the University
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: Sundays-Holy Mass and Senaoa, 10:30 COFFIN CO-
xa. evesrog PLANING AND
a 3 ''I,f services, 7:4opm.. turn to school next year for #
pletion of Ks: sut* os I Ceiling, Siding, Finish Complete House
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A joy a sorrow, a sweep of a wing I WORK.
: I And the longest life is past; ,
-:0 vER. With a feeble grip to life we cling, The University Infirmary has beet
But the death knell sounds at last.. opened to general patients for hospitalization -
i this week and has bees

To laugh or to cry; to sing or to thoroughly disinfected. The one p&-
sigh, j jThere's tient has been leased and can attend
classes without danger of contagionto
only one ultimateW8)'; !
The angel may falter but passes I II anyone. In view of the Increasing
j I not by, X incidence of smallpox, however, i*.
\ When the time has come he must slay., the city, it seems advisable to ware
{ students who have not had successful -
vaccination within the last three
With whirl and a rush, a bang anda
years and no recent vaccination, t*
consult Dr. Sweet as soon as pos
Man striving to emulate man;
sible. No further cases have
.. The weakest fall first,like the leavesof appeared -
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a bush,
not unless contracted from other
.. And are trodden under desolate sand.
< sources. The University should fed '
well satisfied with the protection of-
Tho the current of human passion be forded both by prompt isolation ant

strong, quarantine, and by the vaccination
: It's sweep to the grave is sure which
procedure has prevented what
Florida Alligator is supported We may, pass our troubles by with a might have been a serious epidemic.
song There have been no infections following -

: almost entirely by its Advertising. But the dust is the only cure. have the suffered vaccinations severe an dunusuallyfew reactions.

A morning sun and an evening gray, The Infirmary is practically empty
And the best of life is o'er; agaain and probably will remain &6-
t- Our frame will mold beneath the clay unless the Spanish influenza spreads .
And our soul to God will soar. from the north, where it ,i,
is prevalent
; Advertisers are in to get RE W J. W. this year. The students shouM .

be congratulated for the response J j
COMMITTEE APPOINTED TO SEE I request for general vaccination.Let'
SULTS. ABOUT TAG DAY. I draw a lesson from the experienee

i: this year and carry it to our home
"- .. At the meeting of the Student I communities.
Body Association Friday, Feb 17, a

I; When you make a purchase tell motion committee was passed be to appointed the effect which thata "Methodist Join your Baraca:fellow ClaN students on Sundaymornings. at tilt .;

should devise some plan or suggestionfor I .
ad in the Al- the student body relative to the I
them saw their I
f you coming Tag Day. Those appointedwere !
I Glover Miller, Charlie Begero The Beta Alpha Chapter of ffce
and Robert; Cariton, who will bring in i|Gamma Sigma EjwJon Ou.hatPsa-:
ligator. I their report at Chapel Friday, Feb. i'teraity annonncee\ the following iflifr-
4. ;atee: K. >I. Smith, H. C. Mosd, Bald **-

1 An idea already formed which will | mod, C. K. Baler, R. T..
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: BOOST THE ALLIGATOR BY award a free trip to TaIl baee to!thUer ;
the student -who cotteete 'to* nwt I
money for the muse, the mrcMaryexpenses'for Phaiopap s, bat .dtlr 1L.! ...
BOOSTING ITS ADVERTISERS. his trip to he appropriated [GaY or night rain or IfeiM,'Wttk..
: from the apeclal fuRL: I..w ligfaL V."" .-wl'1i lam, .i ..
The committee has bees active mod i aide SQuaR.I .
has several definite suggestions in I .
mind. I Pak nhe 'Gator adet.f tisore.j .

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t, .. by a score of 2622. On that had occasionour not Vieja Dolores, William, his daughter Bivens. William;, Jea- I : Greenleaf & Crosby -;-

t players felt that they ;)of r----- CompanyJEWELERS
t done their best, and Friday they step cle.
Donna Maria, his sister,
.1 -.h firm determination ,
ped onto the court with ?
t the "Y" the Jones. .
to give
I. Carmelo, his son, Robert Harris. -
t thrashing they deserved. Luisa, engaged to Carmelo, Pete I Jacksonville, Florida

I (It: : THE STYLES f fP II The game started off with a rush Harris.
and for the first seven minutes the Miguel,
I 1 ,. +I'J Conseula, enamored of I 3 Class Rings and Pins.
"Y" had a decided advantage They Robert Pierce. Medals, Commit
t shot three goals in rapid succession. Rosa, Samuel Lindelie. iii of loving or trophies
At I search cups sui
: 4 $
J I From then on, however, remained Busbee.

:"' t r I t I in the lead. By the end of Marina Dancers-Carlotta, Edward George Myers; for Golf, Tennis or other athletic events,*;:

} I T BAILEY'SEmanate the her first credit half, against she had the twenty"YV points "Michaela, Francis Parker; Elena Foy, find it an easy, matter to choose from seltt
Eugene ;
James Ethridge Jorge
Fouls were frequent on both sides, Matteo, Harry Williams; ; Lorenzo, A. tion packagesVhlCh we will gladly sendul -
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t I ,: I. and Stults of Savannah suffered: a }
K. Jones. i'I
: I middle of the half. I '
knockout in the : approval.Priest .
\ from
t t t' a It Pedro, William Pepper.

I t survey of college styles second The "Y"half,came but it back was bravely plain that in her the Manuel, James Melton. I ..... -::;'!""- --.r. ._-w- -- ,
Thomas Wallis. -
\ 1 throughout the country. i'"
i ;, energies were pretty well drained. .
Ricardo Harold Klock. I
I It' t She succeeded in gaining but one i Benito, John Williams. and putting carmine on his UNIVERSITY OF fIiG1J
t' J : -SUITS ;- ,4 field goal and one foul goal and had I Summer !:
; t Alfonso, Shelby Gaskins. cheek, $5.02. I Quarter
to ask for time out twice to rest her
ctF r 1 J: t tOVERCOATS 'l, t.$.....,., tired players. Florida's boys seemedas I Diego, Winthrop Robinson. For taking the spots off the son of First -
Carmen, a dancer from El Teatro Term-June 19-J1lJ'
I 'I' / I Tobias, $10.30.
t fresh as ever, played with speed I Na iona1. Christopher Clark. Second Term-July 31- i
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f t' -RAINCOATS 1I and For putting ear rings in Sarah'sears.
II. and beautifully
precision. passed
I James The Summer >
Ruy, her dancing partner,*. Quarter is u

I I I !! : I _HATS .and CAPS :; feet kept as the they crowd dropped continually the ball on their ten Clark. I $5.26.For decorating. Noah's ark and new ,part of the University Taj
,, Miguel, a toreador and chief of Los courses being the same in _
j1 ; times one after another, into the ,, head Shem $4.31.
J i on and credit value
Bolos, Donald Conaant. 1 as in the
I"!; i! "aSHIRTS; 1.0.: .... I II coveted basket. The game ended i Total, $67.30. cfos
_ t 'J I Los Bolos-Roberto, William Sheppard -i l ters of the year.

\ 'I i t I. UNDERWEAR } I with a foul on Savannah' bringing- the i I ; Jose, Fay Alderman;':"'Alfredo,, .,.. 1 1I Degrees are conferred s$& '
: score to 4118. j '
t "up i,Stuart Pomeroy; Esteban, Carl Dun I The inter-college track meet will be ,and women for summer wo4

'I" ( HOSIERY :: jl Byrd and Newton did good work I j held March 4. By that date the track The Master's Degree MJ i
1 'tl ,all thru the game, breaking up plays can.Julio Menendez an Argentine vac-f j will be ;n excellent shape and the initercollege tained in three Summer Q

l Ii.j I $ and passing well. Duncan was the'1'quero Anthony Rogero. I meet will open the spring It offers opportunities mew-

I t. star of the evening as the, chief ;j Don Vincente Blasco, his guardian: | track season. As the date is only a the South and makes a trw

4 ji I r point-maker, having shot ten field i I Robert Little. I short time distant good hard trainingwill to teachers seeking br a.Je.I I

I goals in his finished manner. Moss I The Alcade, Winthrop Robinson. i have to be done, and sudden spir- t ship and training and wide:
j \' I... .Best Values in the State shot seevn foul and four field goals, Guardia Civil 1, Frank Morgan. i it roused in the colleges. contacts, and to college stake

J t while Miller made three baskets On Guardia Civil 2, Robert McClure. :I I Ii siring to complete degree
Florida well i
the played -passed !' American universities which ha\'e' ments.

I II'I : : ". ,I: i well and showed good team work. Cash prizes for the best original j completed athletic stadiums within' Attendance last quarter,!.'

: t.BAILEY t Savannah's team work was good, essays by foreign students in attend I the decade, or have provided forI twenty-nine states and forests

: 1 I 1 but it could not compete with Flor ;.!ance at American colleges and universities I their' construction, include California.i tries.
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\' t I ida's methods. No one man of the : are offered thru the InterCollegiate -i I Ohio State, Yale, Illinois, Stanford, The most beautiful ua s
; The Clothieri
(: : r team can be named as standing out | Prohibition Association by{ Chicago Washington, Princeton, Kan- pus in America.

from the rest; they seemed about I i Fred N. Dow, of Portland. Me. The i sas. Pittsburgh, and the City College Accommodations at
Franklin St.
I .' ; : cor. Twiggst I equal in ability. They all seemed to subject matter is limited to the alco- of New York. Of these Yale's sta- rates. Tuition for non Yiirg!

: i 't t r have a desire to talk and suffered I hol problem and measures for its solution !'dium cost $400,000 and seats 70,000; dents $15 per term.Entertainments .
TAMPA, FLORIDA f several fouls on account of it- ; but the widest possible lati- j f Washington spent $600,000 and can muskal

I I t" It is believed that this game definitely -!!tude is given to the choice'_of subject ;seat 60,000; California is spending excursions.For .

: : .: .S decides the case. Florida's ;, and the method of development. I$900,000 to seat 60,000; Illinois is illustrated folder and f W
V I Ii defeat of 26-22 falls into the background I Length is to be between two thousand { planning a combined stadium and nouncement write to

-' i in the face of this victory and i and three thousand words. First amphi-theater to cost $2,500,000, ; and !f CHARLES G. MAPHIS, ft

'I r I refutes the heresay that SavannahI prize is $100, second prize $50, and. I Ohio State raised $1.250,000. No stat|t University, Virgin!

n I I is better_ than the 'Gator team. i third prize, $25. Rules may be obtained -. i I dium yet completed has been large i;
1, The line-up is as follows: i|1 by writing to the Intercollegiate enough to meet the immediate demand -
i GATORS AVON TWO LAST I and it reeks
'! Florida (41) :Moss (15))., If: Dun- : Prohibition Association, 14 W. for seats. These facts, together guess its that&
; ; can (20)). rf; Miller ((6), c; Newton,' Washington St., Chicago. with the recent discussion by President the determination
t SAVANNAH Y ANN TRINITY ]tI worthy has shown himself} to?
Ig; Byrd rg.Savannah < Lowell of Harvard University, ,.

j I (Continued from Page One) ,] ((18)-Wren (4), If; ; The Chinese Students Christian Association on the relationship of inter-oollegi- to uch a marked degree. -
Stults (8)), rf; Dowell ((4)), c; Robertson ,i. in North America has about > ate athletics to the university, indicate i
: because of an injury received Chapter
I game 'I ((2)), Ig; Tyson rg. i 1500 members. The student Y. L''''I two opposite trends which are I I The Beta Alpha
\ I in the game with Savannah "Y" last I Ii Substitutions: Savannah "Y," Ca-,j C. A. in China has 174 associationsand 1 likely to clash in the future. I II .I Gamma Sigma Epsilon Ches J
Friday. I II the
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i ter for Tyson; Rothwell for Robertson 19,000 members. i ternity announces
I Both teams had good team work ; Robertson for RothwelL !i LANGWORTH SMASHES I ates: R. M. Smith H. & v.V.
and things happened in clock-work ]! Officials: Referee Joe Barchan : Have l ; aid Hubbard C. R.
jour razor blades*-sharpened i j 1 ALL ENGLISH RECORDS >if a
fashion. The Trinity team was made (Georgia). Scorer: John Sherman. at about one-third the cost of new .Burr, J. H. HansborougK

M up of fine, clean young men, the ,I Timekeeper: Lance Richbourg. : blades. Swearingen, at Ideal Cafe- Frederic H. Langworthy, recently FullerPhOtograp'as
tti: kind of men that an institution could Field goals (Florida). )Ioss.I; ; opposite Fire Station. I transferred from the Engineering )
well feel of, the kind of men I but differed It
Duncan. 10; Miller, 3; (Savannah j -- I College to Arts and Science has written ...
that should represent a school such : Y"), Wren 2; Stults 2; Dowell C; j HARD EARNED WAGESAn J another 10 composition for English -lay or night, rain or rte Ski. )

as Trinity has the reputation of be- Robertson, 1. j I. A short time ago the University !|new light. Vansickel'si

ing. Each of their men played a Foul goals: Moss 7; Stults, 4. I artist who was employed to | was astounded to learn that he i i Side Square.
fast, clean of basketball, and ;t f :::::;
game minutes. :
Time of halves, 20 :=;
renovate and retouch the great oil 1. had written the first 10 composition
deserve much praise for the splendid :,
1 i iI paintings in an old church in Belgium in ten years, the third one Dr. Farr I
showing they made.) The lineup andscores : i -
| rendered bill of Soon after that the
4 a $67.30 for his ever gave. news
are as follows: The "Baraca Special" leaves the;, sendees. The church wardens- however was given out that he had made the !| j Everything ElceiricalJ

Florida (33)) Trinity College (26)) I corner of Buckman Hall about 9:30 i iSunday j I required an itemized bill, and highest monthly grade, and now we i t SEYKOR.\'
t j Gray ((8) Left Forward Spikes (IS) mornings. ] the following was duly presented, find that his last semester grade was OS. J.
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_ Duncan (9) Right. Fwd. Simpson (4)) I ': I GaintSdk.1 .
t t audited and paid: ... high above any ever attained by any Phone 107
d Miller (12) Center Richardson (.n i SPANISH NIGHTS A !:: For correcting the Teen Commandments Florida English student. !

Newton (2Left Guard Brooks] SUCCESS F.EFORR .VI :: i.2. There was only one record left for -- -----

Byrd (2) Right Guard Pennington I. LARGE- AUDIENCE: For renewing Heaven and adjusting"Langworthy break, to write another \li BODIFORII

Substitutions: (Trinity College) j :,stars, $7.14. perfect composition: ; one more than S.

Rich for Simpson; Simpson for Pen-: (Continued from page oaejeaee. For touching up Purgatory aDd restoring any other student.. This he has just and

nington; Field Goals: Gray; Duncan The Masqueraders of 1S22 S tet souls, $8.1i. done. {

3; Miller 4; Newton 1; Byrd 1; have done much to add more honors. :j! For brightening up the flames of What a flow of Englih title writer :I 1Pl
Spikes 3; Simpson 2; Richardson 2. to the name of Florida. ;Hell, putting new tail on the Devil must have to draw such an envied !!'. Druggists \\J

Foul Goals: Duncan 3; Miller 4; : The players left on Friday for ::aDd doing odd job for the damned. honor from what we boast of as the -
I to make their second $..17. CARl
Spikes 12.Officials jOcala appear- greatest English department of any VISITING
: Referee, Joe Barchan,.;':anee. Successive performances will' For patting new stone ia- David's Southern University. His pen i* that

(Georgia); Scorer, Bill Ward; time ;be given at Tampa, Ybor City St. .:.sting. enlarging head .':of Goliath of the master and not that of the i Latest Styles

keeper Lance Richbourg. i Petersburg, Orlando, St. Augustine \ *&13. amateur writer. One ramming of any Prices
Time of Halves: 20 minutes. j Jacksonville and Talahassee. |, For mending shirt of Prodigal Son .of his compositions proves this.Langwarthty's ;t

I I The Jacksonville papers state that aDd cleaning his ear, $3.39+ last coition i is a i to Students .

SAVANNAH DEFEAT WIPED OUTLast ,the city is looking forward to Saturday For embellishing Pontice Pilate and I,railroad story: and like all fine writ- t I! Order&'

evening, when the Masqueraders -I putting new ribbon on his bonnet.;i i lug possesses the true atmosphere f\f I note l band
Friday evening February 17,I will be the attraction at the 302. S 1 i the subject. It moves rapidly as a t Loose leaf

in a hard- fast game, the Florida five Duval Theater, with a play which '* t For putting new tan and comb:. : on I II I railroad tory s OUJ. and is an adventure SuppliesPEPPER

redeemed themselves by decisively defeating .t is said, eclipses* last year's performance : -| St. Peter's rooster, $2.20. of raUroad life superbly wov- PRINTCUMPANL

Savannah 44Y," 4118. It will, x I For re-pluming and re-gilding left en into a clear, interesting, and excellent

be remembered that Florida was defeated .I. The caste is as follows: wing of the Guardian Angel 51S. M1T8iBy its title, The \ .

' .,by'the _"Ynon. her own court, Juan Alvarez. dueno of La Posada ', For washing the servant of high j I}tan.h Came Thru" you can

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aces -, ~, the ~Ma~querai 0r sonaruish Nights" is' r hit thruout Florida9 A a -C -0 U FOR A a GREATER I Cs FLORID 4 .O Ce -r ead e $ .iMe cr'*4f9er-.? Atthe 'uI~ t~iLE~sTY F FORID sItmlR MAN pIE FRSHMAN MlQTBALL COACI ..J -E WILLIAMJ. BRYAN U.OF F. RIFLE TEAM ADDRESSED LARGE 'WON FROM CFFADEL AUDIECE [N GYM. Florida Teas Scored 880 to 830 for Opponents. beta, a F Mloriia, 'rMU~ lo~~et er ew.ushifl Staff as Fresh-) Prominent Min speak on -n c.-atane YaJ Seubject of Evolution-Mr. -i d 'Wo Yl Bryan Was Given Enthusiaswh b 'ind'0 tic Reception. gg linity of Florida bas adeSthsr Floridan to its .sff. John S. Ac -apoyed as Freshmen *~.institution. Mis a Yale of heYale Ald he won hi fr aven College fl Tlhe TlSOfl he killS was hetause w'n that year. -a ay.4 tackle. Thigh school seni fool osa Coac man. He Freshmen is letter at in 1919 made Yale Ac ost a or, tall has h at wa,, in the and flu letter ga'e no played of the state die giad to hear that Acosta will hercoach tn 1922. lie will haVe techarge of the Fie:,hmen. even *MSV~gthe schedules. And the Gtors will be a great team. turaders Gave a Fine 1rW Night" at Baird Theate Last Thursday-Players Are Now on a Road Trip Through the State. Nh Masqueraders made a splendrd qmtIoin in their initial performa of Spanish Nights before a castyhouse at the Baird Theatre mn Cimaville last Thusah v Eenlog. Mnbrury 16. 192 Each man in hn ability as an Wlped to Ut, th direction of Wio is due a )ise fur tbe 'Tway the mv'T. Ostuflht. lfutifu) and ty K aFathr Sir1 > I.t-, Cii 'howiud trat had Vien At(d thi),!e. sh 'm Z '-f the S pan ish tUlifry inl "h.' -of V e 1ay is laid William Jt'a' I ,< .q ito I allhd th0 farr -s .*aerno! n l. Pete I-ar -''i' > s t.''ra I Pleaumng I' -W irk As t OSpanish, *' & l S i e IL,,1 .v ...., Tm Tuesda3 night in the gy mnas'um, W. J. Bryan delivered an address to the student body on the subject: "Tampering with the Mainspring|He led up to his subject by speak' mng oa spirit of mind-worship. which, he says, k threatening the universities of the county. He was pleased to add, however, that the colleges of the South are less affe-ted than others, and that he expected the South to tead in the fight a armr this influence The purport if his Npeech was a,' attack on the theory of evolutzou. He picked out points of the theoryv and succeeded ii making them ajipear rid iculout. He stres ed the point that hypothesis waa st-ientifke equivalent for gUQSn, ard drw from thi5 the conclusion that Darumln hypothesiP was a mere guess. Hie furtherrhore made the lathe! broad statement that the "guess" had Sb solutey noeidence to suprt e he said, not a single case had been observed of ine species coming himn1 another. Hen Ad.ertnd nnewhat fr am,,, >ubjiect to talk on ge Ie, a su bJect By t-lesci 10gb. how faith in God was the of civilization, Mi Erya: s his voltt i ft enlunlcatitfn re that N, the ml iit haunt u' e ''-,-Ii (;At't \'r A (~ u I. lver'. ll and rfeoi burity nig. Th, if I -I: auLgh 'trotu h .u rI tin F :4 -t t it itI *, 4 1t T ab U .atwnf ,'tr ,'.& Pr'4', I-eg u nit %lOWti very bm In the Citadel, Rifle tea ft did in, laMt match shot, that against the University of Florida mn won by a large margin, as the two previous matches against Citadel; the score .as 880830. The individual scores were a H.M.Saucy 92. T L Van ikle, 91 W S. Middleton, Si) U .I Disbennett, 89 E M. 8chabunger, 89. V 31. flradshaw. s L. T. Iendar .8 C. R Hiattr, 85 (1 H. IDavs 85 J) G. Graves. R4 Total, 880. The -wore against Teniene& was 8O4.77l, and against Emory was $74MT7 Next friday the tean, shoot against North Georgia Agricultural CAIlege I F tia hp. *v ,t e iiCN ed by:w wvil he I uwi g 'cires made tgamun't Tcnnes-ee, schools Itavtdson 24$, vs. La State 7h1, vs. M. 294. Ga Tedh 894. vs tn h, $90. I Th' tsty Af A a -i~of Ga. 'm:3. IemlSon 877. vs < 1 ni virsitv of Tennr .os of Florida 904. mErs Unri'erity ai ha'e -whoo ir -en from the our firstm av the not thic f41_ atch other X.o.t.i ~4 ill iie~t fall Iint HOME WON GAMES; SAVANNAH Y U. F F. STUDENTS TO PUT OUT ISSUE Jacicmoniie Daily to be Turned Over to Uni'.ersity Men Who Will be in C harge for One flay. flit Mondaiy, ismi lass unider iMai, N It, P rtfesor thi souriai Stoutanfl, H ITn conjunct un vn: h the menmber, ef .The Alligator ,,tatl, will be rm Ja k sonville tq publish the Tuesday mat of the Florida Metropolis. Four of the flu.e editions of the ?Aetr.,poh I wil1 he put uut by the students while the other edlutjon wil be left ini the hands of the nanagrment if the paper. When l'rof Stoutamire vwent to N. C. State, 4St. Jacksonville recently for the purple Misaissippi A. & of requestmng Major Melten. manager of the Metropulus, and a mrend of the Alabama Polh -University, to tome here to deliver a lecture to the journalism (las, the 7W, i-. In'ntMajor erggsttd the above propotmon. Mr Sttuta m, atcepted t~h ItafitI 399 propO.a .hemrw unfdent that the ii, 'n i r .o 'tudhr.t -'e apable of handlir.: th, -7 '' Man r T7l5 main Gi -I 'I + +4+4+4+4+ + I torn ':ue .annh Na ir I rumijt innih ri and ii r Fr Kr' an addresses ,4udenIs Ln 2 w-ork c re-ditab y The folhlvwmg mdi a re all ton +n + +~' 4 'in +. ioed + Io.' roid r Irmnl .' ex t ted ha'e not fid ito .I XX H ti, make itpred nI i are thoce w the trip, alt themr"h-P Is I it K .J B liar -r ,~-, r1~, II 8' -Il-> + 7),' ho aSt F: \lb 8:,,. I' r LAST TWO DEFEATED AND TRINITY Team^ Avne"Svanh Ifeat--An Extra Five-Minute Period Necessary Agaiast Trinity in Best Game Seen on the Local Court. (>iptamn '(heck' ha ketec rs de fated night by the seCOT hard st and fastist ii' tne 1nmitrsity. Vo eN ent accuracy mg foul goals fo pont-. wa taib fcaur f t 2"il goa points hi The game outburst of h e Is. Ii: g:.mP. wing c red it b-gan i S teed. tc N and In ra -r. 'thgte e 22;.e gAl Gymn fi.r f Sp k, a t,'.t the *.t Ha &io e aft,' 2 utes of piay 'lrimity mlad1 tic firpoint of t he game en a 1 ui go, Florida missed several fuell goiV but soon tami, up to Trimty i foul shot, arid the Mcore remna] it tied for a period of 4 mmilute> H. score ree-sawe'd back and forth, Ii: Trinity leading and then FlordL leading T he score at th4. 41 furious with Miller aging the ha S ai uee-ze time, for Florida, Wnfle Trinity on]y got one f lorida '4 throughout the stwOnid half untV .a the dast Mi seconds vf a onY Tin t, threw ir a field gaa anl se' Ond half ended mi a F' t .' 'frrvI ngerrjn '' ''S <. Tr4 K.! r o -I ,4. r 4 *1* Tili A F~ 'rna u St m Irsitute Moderd Me, a n


THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR PAGE TWO FRATERNITY TITLE 'GATOR TRACK MEN GOE TO S. A. E'S GETfING IN T RIM WHO DEFEAT DELTS FOR A HARD SEASON 'I. .111 $ Under the supervision of Captain' Ryder and Atkinon both the track and team are showing marked im'prnvement. Daily workmuts are putring the men in condition andi with such a wealth of rnaternal Flornda should show op well in Irak this season. New men are reporting at every practice but the coaches sti ha'te room for more and are anxious foi new material. They mntend to >ta.rt the hurdling and jumpmng next w4eek and hope to add to the list of aso:rants in those events. Captain Ryder announi would start timing the different runs as soon a, the tratk penmit' The Inter college met the 1Orh of Mart n. Tb the men who art ut for chance to get some rcal competition ant, 7:ae tr -n il sh' LWed th&th men mn the condition ni wi be held the trim, practice anl( pt-d th.:It e -t: liiil Followmig as tht reYedtt Stlult: I-Orange St ri e. Feb. Z3--AAchUd vs HIllborough: K LtOnl: imitin ', Lake Ibe. 2---L-n ss. Ink ULi 'Miann, Alac'iua ia l'olk. I.o27---HllSborLough xs LaAC \AecfUA -. I er Polk -s \fln March 6--Leon vs. Miami; Hills borough 'a. Polk: Alaehua 's. la 2-Blue Series: Feb. 24;-verness v' Union;" Du Feb. 25.--Pinellas vs. Sebring; Union vs. Orange; Duval vs. Invcrresm. Feb. 28-Unmon vs. Sebring; Inve,ness VS. Pinellas; Duval vs. Orange. Ildnh --' .Stt las. Union v .i)usal 1Pinelhia B u. him. Fin~z,1j .tea~h+g tne MctbB~tra~ a CL.--. Utnir and hea~ VOLLEY BALIL PRACTICE START S AN UMG TEAM I Volley ball practice has been ~tar:ed and all candidates for the team ara urged to appear at the Gym the -U 'U! -~Ias 'U. 1}Lt* \S iii .1? Lilt d I V Si ~2'j~' I a.> 'N I a' abt'U I' of th t piatt~i flk V. niy~ e dc-~n 1 lit t. T ''Au 4 to ThrMa .' Frja a and ali Saturtax) afterroor Wh y blades? A Message from Jacksonville "Friends and Boosters" Our Determination to Give you University Men Extra Value for your money is exemplified in Standard Game Was Hard Fought Thruout and Two Extra Periods Were Necessary to Decide the Contest. The S. A. E s won a hard-fought basketball game Wednsday nmght.' Ptnrary 15, from the Delta Rho's by a score of 8-&. This victory gives them the Inter-Fraternity championship for 1922. This was the fastest aid best game of the series, and was featured by spectacular playing on the part of both teams. The speed which Charadctorzed the game made it appear very rough, but in reality it was a very clean game-. For the first five minutes not a smngle point was made by either team. The ball nas always n nmotiorn, altho there were few tries at goal. GuardMng was exceptionally gvod and the tamwork of both teams cannot bi praised too nmuch. Fabs started te seoring by shoounmg a foul fir tK Delta Rho's. which was quickly ft'!lowed by another Beasicy shot j goal for the S. A. E.s just btefQrt th~ first half ended. ma',jn the sonThe second half wvas fMnntr and' rougher than the nirst, and for ,i tnme it appeared as if the S A E's "ould break away. Day's sh't :wo ftj. and almost imntiaAtey nf:er Gt~tee Stanley nang a basket. Th,1 v did 'it keep in the lead very long. howex tr. for Fahs. for the Dolta Rho-'.mae two wonderful shots and the store w'as tiad. Fabs was undoubtedly the ntd ridual star ti the gzanwe makm.:nz point, to Star.,yv 4 Tne ~ t.I ad with th~e score 6 tk C Five mflnluttS Exra wen hreak the t t. but .: 'vut E. forwar.,\t -0 difteu:tS. not See shae w. th Drigers 3 daars* Radia. t t I * Clothing Co.jand ion Park Clothes ght Clothes r oung Men Flatter su nh :. h fla\e t he rlgh t Int'I tx ern btdy V othle fltKP alPztItH \ )iiN; MEN :trs ; EAT[ RED .: : '-prinl II -It LLEK N *~~* >. -. III BASEBALL SQUAD IS' Fash SHOWING GOOD FORM Iin aAMJ~vt .rx> Sr n mien t--eiv aftt' 'v -,. --t for a w: Thu hgh ofti~t *t 3 ught by ru r' rThe Ri Wzhrae of n At., shvwZ sb<'1F F~c b -yK 1 Har A-n., It' L4II gif Poranl now-a-days -fh~ ye v, 1t j ime whe it didn' MOIEL~ H IEN A .I ASU A I 1< IA


of the genus Homo, biologist bug SUGGESTION Is AN L PA&E M NOWHERE Prevost in AN SCANDAL AMRS OF AN.LThL wel Vaudeville Hawley in CHARM N dEN ONLY NEW IE POOR GIRL Dr. Murphrt*, and several cent donors the teachers college, publishimg houses are rvof books University Mise Miltimnore lishern to be added Library announces. who gave sets of books BF. Johnson Company, collection. The pubare the Richn Va.; Allyn and Bacon Company, York; York. and Ginn A majority 6. a and Company, iond Nw New of the gifts received are xt books and these id be placed on special section of abeif of the Iiary. The Librarian is endeavoring round out a good collection of it books for tie use of the school icherm who attend the Uiest 'mier Schol.Uieriyj Name plates will bpaedin al -at-. ~ooks Uoidiae heir books will bear the name or, and books purchased Ibu~ry will I Florida p1. Swill have t slips placed cover to ke prominent. Did your for ~ you old LbOUt ea r to. lurce. Grtof the d~n. by the a plain Umiversity I)of In the future books he card pockets and dat on the mnside ol the front them from know ~s 2 1-2c esoh ? beimg so' coul. make good as new Sec Dniggers 36 Buckman. OF TYPES I snail. in this dIssertation,. to sst forth Ing female manner of species B mate the efore 01 gong details general e ndea' )ncernof the after the describing or horse-fly. into the more intnof the subject. of the few of types wi"l be mentioned. First, all to flattery *nrmined resea born. to with Port 'i S. they of c rch. are susceptible This fact has been deF I I 4 C-, Is is Porter's F itform men who young. erbly styled garments the "easy makes better way I t after much e~periinental Second, they have insat tableand incurable oat their oil factory a substance terert land anl LY> des''re protUSiOnls differing from only in color and meli, and perhaps price hate ausmrg overflow Pictures *nd Picture Frames ~e -ceceC Ce4 their m.l w ashed a most remarkable the lachryma! at wi! I-this the sundry folks away The mis: a'it pre' alrnt Third. fac ty v glands I-Sa meanl, of not De contuSed with the DbeaUtiTUI" de amour. Her aim in lfe seems to be to wnmi type, which :s altogether a different I Next is the ztoothpick" girl Her tate the mottoes of two of our f spe"es 1Cchief thanactenistic is her spindling moss advertisers, "Save the surf. Then there i, the fat--I mean construction. Arother characteristic and you ea'e all' and -Rolt your stout" girl Her classification is is her supreme egotism. Her main own ca.y heeause of the almost spheroid oacupation in hde is dancing. She A le-, Ommnr typf tne "regat -nape she sometimes acquires She Imagines that ,he could s'how PAVor "queeni She SIHOUI) b Usulally a sworn enemy to dancing, LOWA and :IRENE CASTLE how founo r. tr.e drawmgw room 4t a pa~A but aa Sudyaho party. -he isI to dance Bj: I had just as soon ta hon. 'm ridmog .. the Mfe ,.f the occasion She h b dante wit]a h e-tandlt. .mousn C, is t ItUre ,t 2 iendi ti) Eer')re bu:' T: 'fiar er a muth di-us,eI (Continued on Page Sixi M'COLLUM & Co. DRUGGISTS AC.2vtfor Liggetts and Gainesn-. Norris Candie' Fia. 9 Exery thmu tine "orsirary tiifad' (ri Tre ja 'K :< 'm d -f f :r ''1 ,. V 4 I ** ~inc '' Ile I. -~ ()1)U AIdar I'iactj A r'r ths ch ~zi way" te. a hr to te te St Clothes for young want to stay of these supway for the manufacturing question razor blades a few facts the habits and babitati S H OE S H BM. TENCH H 0 Gainesvile, 0 E Florida E S HO@ E S characters a? gun'eints with All (rpomteo' ty flr 1)11. TENCH Dentist (9Th-~ P 25& I r L -'4 F '" i I e-' ep you in Groras


THE FLORIDA ALLGATOR EDITORIAr. DEPARTMENT Pete Harris Shover Miler Rabert Wray kichard Saas Robert i .rte Harold Klo-k K. K Hanw!, Q'y, .Editor.:n-(ThtIe hiana. ~h.s ss \: your C\CS an.] S&U 1 .n1 as th V rt a K I) or ignore the tact' ;ry if nt'cessar\) nlkeie ;rew; ahead, set out t on aid our The Ma-.iiieradc Statt' \;ith one of t he senate the jiix r81y x t hey attempt to >tge dier Cu s uccess in"Ot wonderful talent and diret tint the si Ocr: aid xR h ih he lha' : I take this tpnx'r:u U' 'C! rFi C h t 1 n r' 3ie t' OP then :niwga. m ra~ml et am5 Net A pr)1 t n 2 a '1. of the lEa-:' !ni-rLk i n _n t~u: 12 &2 e r tpa The 10 -r T. .~. *. -I of' 1~ V (I IR 'I UNIVERSiTY MEN\ Society Brand Clothes Harian Shoes, Are featured Mail orders a Manhattan ShIt ~ 'xnox St 4ore. specialty. HENRY GIDDENS CLOTHING CO TAMPA, FLORIDA EEKI. CON X t I MO-. \POLliE N \lfIEEl REVISED !I l~. A HAI 2 *1-~ 0 C I> \ 'N *1 I 'A Li I x V 1 t. 1 '' 'm1 tImer I I, t I. V .i~n 'N t h I IN c\:> I vr I wliI I b~ I) U' Ii l'ht' stride a! ;~ lix i A t ~~Ik ( ia I nesvdlv Jr odavs ~' News %QX~A Today I lines' in ttle I Lddeons ~RIW PAGE FOUR a -MF


'at LULIJA ALLIGATOR sOCIETY. meeting of Farr sweiety last Monday evenR. King pre8buence of the presi part of the meeting to business. -it made concerllfg dent. was Announcethe to take place Friday( fbrary 24 rbblfiness es temen and the debate ni next Monday on the prog was ramn curiously tailed to appear. -Set baying be momPtll speeches en deterin bi Wilkenaky, Stephens Garge Stanley (not a rat) dad q utto express their ideas -and kings. WrY engagingly SI O'e in -ri. LI connfecti K. Hansen sps his views ad a very personal Itween several sedate isig week-ends. psident, cast d scuffle by su~gesti in which Mr. Stanley love and on with was ask-. ouse parargument old men Ball. the e branch nfg some the rats to figure as main charattr,. linen and id bad colds, and there fitin a few mmuti|aI membhers pri curtd In wst, Just in time to wva T he -&e the Game with Trmnity l)AN( F. a'tof the program vf th ir part, the Dtlta Rho Frtenity mned with a tea-dance eoipleted fratetiimy ~ a, afternoon ,Februa at their bhrmt on rv 1is was I Five selected a candidate .r alternat tried for the team. The debate tryouts program of the club meet day night. There was nQ transact. e member. place on COnsttuted t he f last Monbusiness to The chairman of the meeting read a letter from the University 01 California scholarships relative available at tution, which may Borne members of class. The men uha debating team to research that inistibe of interest to the graduating tried out for the in order of their pearance as speaker8 Chathan, son, 0. Ri. SNo lor Were: apFoster A. J1. Geiger, Horace Wi!Davis, and Robert Wray. limit was set on the time allowed argument. The judges Floyd, Dr. Shesicy and Prof. by. All the men tave side of the vere Wilo, argued on the n question: Resc that it would be to the best inte of the American fa rimer to have governune-t own and operate the roads SOCIETY IS ST Although the treatuirta -p uI 'hm Rho Itofmi, and jut til a t5it ni' thrL,,t of 'I. lit I. LA + ~-,, t ,t rvh. Ii heo > ad I-K t ift. nmi,UtO (ral I Git-at Tihinv Life." xwb~h reuidertid. Jhn lW .1111 fTh Marv-hal ~ Iwhirab ii ( !'nie' I y~a1[ z it It> I thtf .1 I, 'ILl ~ -t}i tajl( ofe &f th r i d I 1a!tr f N hi nI H 1: Lu a debate: lits Ihed, ,,s should "That thda N ke ti (in ri liLt I A kID Il Ii RI-; I''I \IN. A dy aIr French dotrs if and h'Img room tic pee ~e tw0rroom. wah di :ht ettg then', wi re u-ti A AnoweI :i' i uInu-tir mMl b tie C-,e a porch. T1'en t Ibthemnih-c.' WX. 1<. Brolhst \\ iMl I fir the a~ *f S F~ie fIr i ,r t 4'I "'' li Stir fur fle The i'Duk."' fur the 'urirt lit e! I. ,t rnItI at Iirma! I II ii I-rm If Khr u II"' ,.I Li' 1 hi ga V I > > TI I ati. T ti. ii -* V I,' Svr .tn. A ~q v&rv J .-.S S a at a PAGE 1, lIV fein g it on h Mr. an oi idection s, a I a I I a <0. t~.30 1j Q40eZ1et a ~e.a o Pumb w ed 16 Weeks immediately teptenali interestog tous hs F l' EU on "The t a l'en


THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR PAGE SI HIGH SCHOOL BASGAINESVILLE FURNITURE COMPANY +* Victrolas and Records+ I). R. Cox, Proprietor :::Telephone 86* r w w w w w w w w ---w w w w w w w w w w w w w w w 'r w w~ INSTEAD OF FALL SHIRTS AT REDUCED PRICES WE OFFERING -----------I I I NEW FIGI I 0 0 0 O o OOOOOme m efl V II I I I KETBALL TEAMS WILL PLAY IN GYM Ten Leading High School Teams of loid WllPlay Twenty Gymon arch 2, Th Tour, versI Twen covet 3, eState High School inment .ty ed 4 Basketball will be held in the Urn Gymnasium games will honors. on March 2, 3, 4. be and played for the the following ivill have h'gh school tournament: Gainesville, Pensacola, Winter Miami, City Saint Petersburg, Lake sonv ilk., Wauehuia The teams in the state fives in Haven. Tampa, .Jackand Tallahassee. taking part Two have ed from each congressional and two from the state at large. the bst nthe in each section In ye r sit y tourt. cnesttr and Coach Kline refereeing for all are the best been selectdistrict Only apper will Dr. Mn will do the the games. Tickets are 0n sale at Miller's,. f ice t fckets the Bon Ton, and at the Y. M. C. A. ofNon-transferable will be secure admission to TAXONOMY tournament sold at $1.00 and will all the games. OF TYPES WOMEN. ( WE ARE STILL GIVING Special prices on Memoiv Books. received a good assortment of souv ers and Post Cards. .0000 ae OoOOeeeee I I DROP IN F I ~0000000 OOO OFI N. SHOE SHINE PARLOR I j JOHNSON'S PHARMACY 9 Dr gs Medicines, Stationery. Toilet and Rubber Goods 9 Guarantee personal attention to Prescriptions. Only j pur drugs used. Low prices. Quality considered. I G2neile,Florida. f DO BUSINESS WITH THE FLORIDA NATIONAL BANKi "Ihe New Million Dollar Bank" Resources Over $25%.,OOO THE PHIFER STATE BANK Strong, Safe and Accommodating Popular Goods at Popular Prices at BURKHIM'S Ntw ,~, uu T! 1< -:.t T I u~ S 3 t r P O RT hard '~ ConttrnutJ from Page 2 travel found Th diseu to mT ered "4 10 and we s tue girls our d i A n the movies but real life is rarely I. I. ere is just one tss. Too often mn our attention members of those classes considIf prevIous reogie*h dignity Lee Ir her and high character which She has all and none of the faults She is the cause of Joys, and our sorrows )WS. Without her lie a sorry proposition. Xour don't the Virof other most of are her' would be Who Is she? dad has her only superior. know what you I call her or how think of her, but to me she is R. M C. A I OVFI.Y Tr.e ~r. ~cs:rking In A: the tihe Thra K" am tre SCENE the t'f a summer day S. peaceful vvenmng -j th~ ne CI N'u! ~ -. t qt N G a. Knd -4 MAKE YOURSELVES AT HOME ee 1I E I HUTTO AM) SCIAOENBORN Tampa. Florida Vidal LDrug (ompun' I II $ V It Ii !1 I. Flay4 Sflirf 'OR' *1 II a, I> SIX


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-wt by a score of 26-22. On that occasion Vieja, Willham Biventesiha e *a~ .nt he hd rot DoloreN, his daughtr iiaiJa lo n ,Our payr done their best, and Friday they stepp ed onto the court w [t h Sm 'termination to gne the *X the thrashing they deserved The game started &f x' .u sand for the first seven IIu'LtS the "Y"had a decided adsantis They shot three goals in ran:d ~er From then on, however. II1 tia re,mained mn t he I cad. By>^ endi of ,the first half she had twcrey o'mt t hrcredit. against the "Y flftetfl '5Fouls were frequent on bon i. ThtIL~01 al~ml h :knockout in of Ati -Iat The oY' canmt back brax cly in 'second half, but it was plain that energies were pretty well dra, $She succeeded in gaining but and one foul -4 9 I I goal and ne had time out twice to rest her players. Florida's l)OyS serm~d 'nd peision pase bcaut fuIy, an kept the crowd continually 'n their feet as they dropped the ball ten times, one after coveted basket, another, The game '' with a foul on Savannah, brinm 'score up to 41-18. SByrd and Newton did -d 'all thru the game, breaking up and passing well Duncan w, t Ir of the tvenmnc as N 'point-nmak r. having -hot Io goal. im hIR finished m1amsr 'shot seevn foul and fou' fle'd w hile Miller made three ha-k ,: 9t he whole F n rnda play cii m -9ed wdl and showe.I gio d tem Savanniahi team wor nih btit could not compete w t1 idi mieth'dNo rne 'VaSeam tan be naned a~ stuara 9frnm thew re;: they 'veeml I Equal in abifty. They aU-,etm ha' e a desire t talk ani s. $ s'cria' fouls "on ac~t f tt : ltp.s believed that t he $ n ie dedes the cas FP defeatt of 2642 falls tIph ne ground Lvi the face of th> wceto 'refutes the heresav that Sa, "Y' s better than the 'Ga>' the ended ig the wvnrk he tim t 44' I 'a ri ldtti t it red backryand t ena ole 'A*---I) onna NMaria .Jine. t arme ,I t hI 'So Robert Luisa, en ga ted t, Carmt' 0 Harris. Constulj. t'' im>rti Of II Robert Pierce Rosa, Samuel 1; Marina, IKEwardI Da'cers--('arlotta Michaela. Franci,James Erhridge;: S C1as~ in searc BusbeeGeorge arker; Myer; Elena. Jorge, Eugene Fo Tilliamis Lorenzo,. K. Jones PcIdro, Wi Ihami Pep per Manuel. James Meltcn Carlos. Thomas Wallis Rica rdo. is ''la easy ich y we wA illgad SU~ta events from >~. lv Send>. a -ate a K lock. Benito. John Willhams AIf on S Diego,. She lby v Gaskins W inthrop Robinson. Carmen. a dancer from El National. Christopher Clark. Ray. ber dancirg Mliguel. a Bolos .Dona part ner, Pr~. I eatro James toreador and Id Conaant. Los Bolos-Roberto. William Shep pard; Jose. Fay Alderman; Aifredo, Stuart Pom rli. I Esteba i. can.Julio Mcnendrz. quero. Anthrny Rogero Don Vmne: te H a'-o hia gua rdijn. Robert Liztlo Te Na U Guardia Ia I Robhnson 1. Frank Morgan S2. Re t Prest and putting c heek, $5.02. For taking te Tobias, $10.30 tars $5.26. carflmelt 0" mi! pot ciii the -r Cf ear imga I' For detor-ating Noah-' Total, $67.30The m11tH -ttllege tra~ k meet held Marh 4. sACwill be n ece tei llegr I ra-k Last" s.h.rt tndistant mieec k arah b ai k and First Term-June 19-t Second Term--Juy ai-t The Summer Grt.part cf the 1U "wcoUrses heinga th and cred-t 'aau ters of the year uiI b By that date the tr.w [lent shape and the mi r will open the -priii As the (tatb i Vi.t g*'l hard Iranr-' u'ili ha'e t, be dine, anti -udden i I ru-e 'nthe Mh-C'mei. -\m Al urn' & sir "niii t apra,' f. the orga -. V)' b ttge. stiadnt' im attenda 'let at .AmitiiaZn cLQ.IteV andune-!tk-s axforced znru the lntei -(4it-giate Irvh.bit:on Freil N. Duw, subject As Sociat itr i of Portland Me,. mlattris the deodie. or tnrir .n-t, uct> base pr'-d V.1 nliverhity '.-| .e Samle lDegrees are conferred and for summlner w-' T-. NMa~tr~ Dezree -tamed in three Sum'e~ &It offers opportulte -,.Stne >tou::. r d r-akes 7 to racfle w a*r s tr> -. im ad :raryg ad -I as -~ collegep. *nirmt n At:ter.: a twrIc -rTn~e -tn: C (huars .\en-'ng:en, The sa, 1':tburgh, and the City to the a ec hol problem and measures for i lunon. hut the u idest possible rude is gie cm the 'hoit* of SUbytN and the meth d of devek. pmp-n: Length ia ti, be between two thou -and and three thE S nd ,f New York &lim I.-: S4Li.(MI' st-at tj.0d0.j puI. (4>11 vgc the-e Yale -e arid -eat7fl434111 ( alihfrmA 390000-i-,at bP*CI{: I pianming .ndimimedI *t.a1,un~O rds. prize i, SIQO. sencord prize :hurd prize. $23 $50. Rules may be obThe I tie-p is s foio~ stam-edi by wru Pg tc the Inte i -,r and 0 hi Stat. r-a s.d $1 250,IbM, N., m:um y&-I 'omnleted ha, beenough tn eet the ,nmmpdiae sn pe> drw'r 4:gm Itar.d *o rvt: N .4 -Amerr.a. on-mmedat or, .: ratedents Er te!ta.rma:7 -FQI kluttrate a~ CHARLES d foide: a Is to (-; MAPHI> v,'ers '' f, anda tiuphies, S I I I I Tt. tor. fo' nor-Vu $U per r Stults of Savanna su e o, r a mte a o to women k an Argentme Wmarop Ohio State. Yale. l!bner Pruneto .K:n r ar limned -late Wehogte spent $800,000 and s FM amphstneater o m: C.500,000; ste as follows The bne-up is

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