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Title: The Florida alligator
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Creation Date: December 5, 1919
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Vol. VIII. UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA, GAINESVILLE, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1919 No. 10

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SUCCESSFUL 'GATOR SEASON ENDED 1 I ALUMNI GATHER LAWYERS WIN DEBATE WITH LIT. MEN; : :

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14-7 VICTORY,. OVER OGLETHORPE', AT HOMECOMINGINTERESTING SHOW UNIVERSITY SHOULD BE CO ED. : : i

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LARGE CROWD OF ALUMNI, VISITORS MEETING OF ASSOCIATION -
CONTEST
BETWEEN LAWYERSAND

AND STUDENTS SEE ANNUAL FLAG RUSH'I I MANY IMPORTANT -!1 BOY AG. STUDENTS LITERARY MEN SHOWS 'j

GEORGIANS' AERIAL ATTACK MATTERS ARE DISCUSSED |, HERE FOR COURSECLASSES GOOD MATERIAL ON BOTH
RULESJUBLISHED 1
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ANNUAL CONTEST BETWEEN j FOR A GREATER FLORIDA. ; CONDUCTED THRUOUT I

Before many old grads who returned I Woodrow Shakespeare's "Give Me
RATS AND SOPHOMORES WILL I. ----
WEEK FOR MEMBERS OF
and hun-
Home-Coming Day
ed BE HELD IN NEAR FUTURE i i The Home-Coming day and subsequent Liberty or Give Me Death" speech in
dreds of other spectators, Florida BOYS' AGRICULTURAL CLUBS
entertainment of the Alumni I
successful football UNDER DIRECTION OF JUNIOR behalf of Women Suffrage before the
ended a very sea-
of the University was a wonderful WINNING PRIZES IN RESPEC-
last with vic last National Street Sweepers Con-
here Saturday a
son CLASS. ,
success from every point of view. }
Oglethorpe University of TIVE COUNTIES. vention outclassed.>
tory over old was entirely n
There were present many of the
Atlanta.All I The rules j!I I men who graduated before the University -! the Rat Lawyers defeated the Arts
following for the annual !
One hundred and four from
a dope indicated that Florida Freshman-Sophomore j i was moved from Lake City to boys and Sciences Rats on the query: Resolved -
Flag Rush, i-
various counties of the State attending
are -
::1 would have a good scrap on their Tug of War and Push-Bali, have I Gainesville. Bryon West, a promi- | : That Coeducation for the University
hands when they met this team, but been I nent citizen of Jacksonville and City the Universty this week for
the dope was not quite strong enoughas and approved by the Junior Class I Editor of the Jacksonville Times-> the Short Course of the boys Agri- I of Florida is Desirable. i

it proved to be a real 'Gator's job the are published for the guidanceof Union was here. He is a graduate of I cultural clubs. Suwannee county Fleming of the John Marshall opened -

] in defeating them by one touchdown. members of both classes: ,I the class of 1901. It was a subject > heads the list with the largest repre- I the argument for the affirmative.
Flag Rush sentation, nineteen here while
Oglethorpe presented one of the Cof r general conversation that the interest having He made a clear, forcefull speech in

strongest lines Florida has run up Time-2:30 p. m., Saturday, December -I this get-together meeting!iI Hillsboro follows a close second with I' which he defined the issues thoroughly. t

against this season and the 'Gator'swere 13th.ObjectFreshman. would have on the alumni was going | fourteen.
I Hoskins of the Farr Lit openedthe
1 unable to make their usual gainstru' to take the flag Ito I prove very valuable to the school. These boys are winners in the dif-

. it. In the backfield the workof of the Sophomore class. ,I Thanksgiving afternoon the Alumni ferent clubs of which they are mem- discussion for the Negative.
1 bers, and as such are able to gain second affirmative
Gray speak-
Simms and Knox' was especially Rule was
I Eligibility All Sopho- Association gathered as a body in ;
useful here. The clubs I ,
.creditable. The punting of Knox was mores are eligible. All Freshmanare the University Commons. Ralph many points ed and he was followed by Smith,
represented are: Corn, Pig, Peanut,
g 1he- best that we have seen this sea- eligible, except those that have Stoutamire, President of the Association I who closed the case for the Negative. '
Potato, Poultry and Calf, organiza-
" son.For participated in a previous flag rushat made a very instructive and I tions over the State. The debate was closed by a four min- f
the 'Gators it was team work the Universty of Florida. Those I pleasing address before opening the I
Beginning Tuesday the boys heard ute rebutal by the first speaker on
that won the victory. Several new included under this exception are not business session. After this, general I
lectures from leading professors of the affirmative. .
trick plays showed up to good advantage eligible. I business matters come before the| (
the Agricultural College in the morn-
j : especially around the ends. Rule II.-All members shall wear body for dicussion. Several proposals ( ings and in the afternoons were taken The Judges were Hargrave, Kent

) The line plunging of Merrin, C. An- soft shoes or none. Freshmen will I for additional fees, bonuses, to_ the University Farm, and Experi- and DeVane. They returned a decision 1

derson and Wilson, proved to be the report to the Gymnasium immediately additional pay and increase of salaryfor I ment Station and gardens, where thejr I for the Affirmative. R. H. De-

best ground gainers. I after dinner the day of the flag the instructors were made. It
I on
I I were able to see work being carriedon I Silva of the Teachers College, pre-
As result of the two teams beingso rush. was also stated that every man
a I I I here and to see the methods used.I sided at the debate.Triangular .
should become life member the
evenly matched many forward Rule III.-No holding, slugging, a to Each morning before the meeting adjourned
1 I I Tryout Friday.
Florida Alumni Association and
passes were used, and many punts kicking or other unnecessary roughness contribute for the dinner hour, the
-were necessary. Analysis shows that will be allowed. Either side I I regularly. If this thing were youngsters were given an examinationon The tryout for positions on the Tr-
Oglethorpe completed five out done it would soon be possible to the angular Debating team will take
passes may resort to strategy. No poles, work covered during the morn-
of seventeen, while Florida completedfour ropes or other implements will be al- I I make investments and use only the ing. place in Peab dy Auditorium Friday

out of fourteen. Oglethorpewas lowed. interest on the inevstments for the Boys Club Agent Harrington and evening promptly at seven o'clock. '
promotion of the University. i iI The list below are the names of the
forced to kick seventeen times I
Rule IV.-The flag shall be placed his assistant Mr. Blacklock, were in
General enthusiasm high contestants and the order in which
to Florida's fourteen. on the usual tree between Buckman I I I ran charge of the work, and have spentno I ,
The Game. I and Thomas Halls. The height shall j:!I among those present, for the day was I small pains in giving the boys a they will speak. Everyone will have
First Oglethorps kickedoff 1 full of activity. In the morning and iI. j profitable and to be on hand at that time in order to ;
quarter. be thirteen feet from the bottom of interesting trip.
afternoon there were meetings, foot ;, I hear the preliminary instructions regardless -
Florida the
to who was defending I the flag to the ground. I. The session closes tomorrow after-
East goal. C. Anderson returned 20 ball games and open houses at the : of his place on the list.

yards. Sparkman, made 20 in two Rule V.-The time of rushes shall I Y. M. C. A. and at Fraternity Houses?| T The Judges will be: Profs. Crow,
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tries at left end. Oglethorpe held be as,follows: First rush shall be five banquets and luncheons with smokers'I seconded by Mr. Colson that Article Sims, Cocrell, Cox and Terlington.

minutes; intermission five minutes; and the climax of the day the big 4, of the Constitution be amended by
and Florida punted 35 yards. Ogle- I
Y bucks. A the second rush shall be three min Pan-Hellenic dance at the University ;| adding Section 4 to read as follows: FRIDAY CHAPEL.At .
thorpe lost 10 in two line I
utes. Gymnasium. "Former students of the Universitywho
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pass, Knox to Reeves, netted 25. Another -
pass was in complete and two The Tug of War. Much good was accomplished and were in attendance of the University the Friday chapel, speeches by

line bucks failed ti gain. Knox Time: To follow the Flag Rush. I interest stimulated by the meeting of I of Florida, or one of its pre- alumni, a talk by the Secretary of the

punted 30 yards to Sparkman, who Rule I.-Each team shall consistof j I the Alumni Association. Much im- i cussors, for two or more years, and Board of Control, a greeting from the

Teturned 10. Florida was unable to ten men. portant business was transacted who left the school with a good record alumni from their Alma Mater by

make first down over the Georgiansline. Rule .-Football shoes may be which is of general interest. The I' are eligible to election as asso- Dr. Murphree, and lively band mu-
minutes of the follows ciate members, one year after the
C. Anderson punted 35 yards worn. I meting are as : sic featured the program.
to Simms. Oglethorpe opened up Rule III-All members of one team I The meeting was called to order byj I graduation of the class of which The president of the Alumni Asso-

with a fast attack and made two first must be pulled across the designatedline i President Ralph Stoutamire. j they were a member. Associate ciation, Ralph Stoutamire, advised everyone -

downs in as many plays. Then Perry before either team has won. I President Stoutamire gave an address members shall be entitled to all the to join the alumni association

and Wuthrich each got in and threw Rule IV.-The contest shall last to the Alumni probably it I,, privileges of full members, except after leaving the University and at

them for a touple of losses. Knox until one team has won. should be considered an inaugural ad- 'j that of holding office." all times to boost Florida while at

punted 50 yards behind Florida's goal. Push Ball Game. dress. It was moved by MrBriggs and home or abroad.W. .

The ball was put in play on the 20- Immediately after the Tug of War The minutes of the previous meet- I' seconded by Mr. O.Byrne that this D. Payne told of his interesting

:yard line. Merrin took 8 over tackle.C. there will be a Push-Ball game be- ing were read and approved. j I motion be amended by substituting" experience in old days as manager of

Anderson made first down. Merrin tween the Freshman and the Sohpo- The Treasurer was then called the words "one or more years. The the football team. He urged the students -
team shall upon for a financial report. His report I motion as amended was carried. home build and
ripped off 9 more. Oglethorpe brac- more classes. Each con- i to start at to
showed a balance of $110.00 on It was moved and seconded that I
Each team for Florida.
ed and Anderson punted 35 yards out sist of twenty-five men. plan a greater
hand at that time, but he pointedout the dues for life membership be set
of bounds. Oglethorpe rushed the will be lined up 50 feet from the ball Bryan Mack, secretary of the Boardof

ball up to Florida's 40-yard line ina and the game will start at the sound- the fact that a loan of $150.00was at $25.00, with the understandingthat I Control, assured the student body !

series of off tackle plays and end ing of the referee's whistle. This then due. this sum should not be spent, of his and the boards desire to aid i iI

runs. Then Knox went around end contest shall be refereed by the pres- The Secretary reported that it was !'but invested, the interest alone being I the University at all times.

for 40 yards and touchdown. Knox I ident of the Senior class. The Flag the desire of the Alumni Association'! spent. j The farewell-welcome given to the
a
kicked off to Florida and a few minutes Rush and the Tug of War shall be to publish an Alumni Quarterly pro-,!! Mr. Mcguire, of Orlando, suggested I alumni by Dr. Murphree from the
of the Jun- vided the funds could be secured. Dr. that the Alumni Association recommend Alma with another
later the quarter ended. refereed by the president I II I { Mater coupled selection -
I Murphree stated that the University a minimum wage for the col-
Second ior class. from the University band,
Quarter would for the publishing of the I lege professors, and stated that he
Florida started right off gaining.C. The interpretation of these rules pay rounded out the morning's program.noon 4
the undersiged committee first number of this quarterly, and- would pledge Orange County to support -
shall be
by
Anderson made 20 on a fake pass.
i and the fairness and unfairness.shall that after it was published he wouldsee I a minimum wage of $3500.00per
Merrin and B. Anderson each took a be determined by them. if the financing could be secured annum. and Mr. Harrington is planninga

couple.: A pass was incomplete andC. WILLIAM M. MADISON. for the publishing of subsequent I The meeting then adjourned.F. treat for the boys, although nothing
fumbled -
Anderson punted. Simms fell. HERBERT M. FRIEDLANDER.BURNS numbers.It I II M. O'BYRNE, Secretary Florida definite is settled when this paper
on
the and Jerrimiason
punt L. FEASTER. was moved by Mr. O'Bryne and Alumni Association. goes to press.
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size and off color fruit will be saved. right forward. t and plans outlined to raise funds request of the students and the Alumni

, I Gray, left guard. and build the memorial. The memor- The Fernandina News-Record is Association.

Vessella's Band opened its engage- Cohen, right guard. f ial will be erected in the recently pur- begging the people of that city, who Thus it appears that if the proposed

ment in St. Augustine on Sunday for 1 Subs: C. Duncan forward; C. Anderson I i chased park on Riverside avenue, are able to do so, to build houses for : budget system is approved by the

February and March. I center; G. Stanley, guard. | known as Memorial Park. 1 rental. i (Continued on Page Two)


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OTHERS A very interesting and peppy meet- urged to attend the meetings of
1 West Side of Square Gainesville. ing of the Ag. Club, was held Monday -I the Peabody Club regularly. Ice Gold :
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all received more from the II I ll'EABODY CLASS ORGANIZED 2E f
meeting than they put into it.
NICK D4MATOHIGH
; I I First on the program was a paper I Students of the Practice High a tivvlN
by George Dansby, entitled, "What I School have organized their class '
k + t GR. DETAILORING I I Breed of Beef Cattle are Best Suited I and intend to participate in the campus (:
i for the Florida Climate." This paper activities as much as possible. 1 t
h !! I was very interesting and dealt i The following officers were eJected:'

I with the introduction of different beef i I for the year 1919-20, H. W. Merck,I'

10 breeds into the State. I president; Frank Pomeroy, vice president iWuuu.,,
Next door to McCollum's Drug Store. I Interest was shown in the discussion I I I ; E. B. Busbee, secretary and" I IpWY N--'

4 i Phone 511.Many I regarding an Ag. college foot treasurer. '
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resumed Tuesday afternoon with I[ Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock,"
the Ag. men of the Varsity coaching. the Cosmopolitan club will hold its t PALM PARLOR
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The Aggies are out for the Lawyers I first regular meeting of this year in i 't
hide. the downstairs class room of the Law
building. "ICE CREAM DE LUXE
j PEABODY CLUB. Matters of importance will be discussed -II:Hkl
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"i' 1hr Peabody Club met Monday night, urges every member to be present. ;, ,t- Popular and Classical Sheet Music. High Grade Candies.
November 24. Subject for debate
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; : was Resolved: "That the Divorce Colonel E. S. Walker, retired, for-

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; And has left them dissatisfied. ; negative. i scriptive Geometry classes at the j r K iii&wml
I The program was concluded by a University after he has sufficiently I i
I Iii But you see my trade is such : very funny story by McLain. A I recovered to be at work again. !
I dare not reveal too much '
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FAIR VISITORS Miss Mary Freeman.Bresee, Miss Honacker and jA' \

Ocala is always well represented. TonguesorOurSnoes ;i P
Eloise Hendry and
jliases Callie Gissendaner, Ellen Martha Mur-
phree were here from Tallahassee.Jax .
Stripling Caroline Harris, Sue Moore, I
Helen Jones, Blair Woodrow and Sarah sent the Misses Mouser, Hawkins -
Pearl Martin were in Gainesville Ferris and Fleming as represen-
1 for the week end. tatives for the dances and game.

Hazel and Minnie Dell Haein of Miss Jonston of Clearwater was a .

Sumter, S. C., who are visiting in visitor end. for the Thanksgiving week- !4 Could Talk
Ocala, made the trip to Gainesville
and dances. Miss Mollie Mae Padgett
for the game accompanied 4 :
Grace Hildreth, of Live Oak visited -i. by Miss Evelyn Doolin came 1
Doris Lyell during the week. from Oralndo for the dance. 4 i
Inez Hogan stopped over in Gainesville -I Miss Ruth Harvey of Charleston, ,.
THEY'D TELL A FAR MORE INTERESTING STORY THAN ANY WE
Thanksgiving her to S. C. I
for
] for on way was a guest in Gainesville 4
in St. Petersburg. She COULD THINK OF. THEY'D RELATE THEIR HISTORY FROM THE
her home was Thanksgiving.
her Mrs. : TIME THEY WERE CUT FROM GENUINE CALF-SKIN UNTIL THEY +
accompanied by mother I
I WERE TRIMMED, FINISHED AND SENT TO ONE OF THE THREE
Will Hogan. BUFFET SUPPER AT MRS. FARR'S 4
I PORTER STORES TO BECOME PART OF THIS GREAT ORGANIZATION'S i :.
Misses Theed and Arthur of Rol- POPOGANDA OF QUALITY.
lins College visited in Gainesville at Immediately after the game last &
t ? Thanksgiving.Tampa Thursday about forty guests includ- I t I
was represented by Miss ing University students and visiting I"* BLACK BROWN AND TAN LEATHERS IN LASTS THAT FIT THE ,:
FOOT COMFORTABLY AND CORRECTLY ;
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ATLANTA GEORGIAN and SUNDAY AMERICAN. Contains a .
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THE THOMAS COMPANYCOME I I Heaped upon the dining room table GREENLEAF & CROSBY CO. miR {
II I and sideboard was loads of turkey fi H

IN AND SEE US FOR BASE BALL FOOTBALL .1 i ham, cranberry sauce, fruit and. NOTED FOR QUALITY | >
TENNIS AND OTHER SPORTING GOODS. nuts, and many other delicious edibles
ifi DIAMONDS FINE JEWELRY, CHINAWARE, !x I
'I that go to satisfy a Thanksgivingday I.

__ __ ___ p __ ___ ____ __ n ____n____ __ 1 appetite. The entire floor of the E West GLASSWARE AND SILVERWARE gj S ,
- _tt'aUhe home was appropriately y41 Bay Street. Jacksonville, Florida.
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I : T. O. FRATERNITY DANCE. Alachua County Abstract Company
I B. R. Colson President.
t The dance given Saturday eveningat Members of American Association of Title Men. Members of Florida
For the Students, Rate: $1.50 the year. the Elks' Club by the Alpha Tau''I Association of Title Men.
, Omega fraternity of the University I GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA.
I SUBSCRIBE NOW | of. Florida was a brilliant social
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ment in St. Augustine.on Sunday fo".l Subs: C. Duncan,. forward; C. Anderson I chased park on Riverside avenue are able to do so, to build houses for> budget system is approved by the
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1 festivities. There was a large crowd i You want in the line of Fancy Fruit, Groceries and Vege- 9!

present, including visiting lad- ''! y
young tables at the Lowest Prices, Call at the 9 4u!
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and gentlemen from all parts of iia! I r
1 the State. The number also included i !
many gracious; and charming patron-I I Sanitary Fruit and Produce Company ifa! W tfi

1! esses. j Phone 87. Gainesville, Fla. ifa ify!! bfiffi
The ball room was most beautifully j i ]

f! decorated in the fraternity colors, sky'': I ys ],
ffiI blue and gold, a dome being formed 1 ii Sfiffi
/Tit In the center of the hall in artistic t j"" :

I effect. Greenery of every descrip-: i
tion, bamboo and trailing vines, predominating -J !:j
The Alachua Restaurant and Lunch
t added an exquisite touch.I j Room 'g
the platform where the University !; Ii!:j n
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Jazz played, was screened with ivy,!i n
handsome potted plants and cut flow- j FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN : n n ffiW
1.Ia ers. I! ; 1:n bRifi
Delicious fruit punch was served ;; d: !fi
Half a Block from Atlantic Coast Line Depot. : i F;
throughout the evening, and during i L

intermission, sandwiches and mints Telephone :307. Gainesville, Fla. i fifi tfiifi
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was a jolly occasion. Favors of j > : I:fifi bfiifi
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a i were much in evidence.PERSONALS. I GAINESVILLE FRUIT STORE ;

Fancy Fruits and Draft Beverages. Cigars, Cold Drinks and Bevo, lOc : i i

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S. TAMP AS, :Manager.
D. J. Futch was forced to leave i : ifiw
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I the University last week on "
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of illness, thought to be appendicitis. I ---- ifi
I Jack lives in Lake City and all hope !r :=: __ =:: :.._.:: ::: "' "" =-= --== : !ifiW: yi 1
CAMPUS TOGS | he will be back with us soon. ; i1 IS THE BEST ADVERTISE-
i Frank Bradley spent the week end i:j 4 PHOTOGRAPHS }g i Q1IElT ifiW : OF THE CLOTHES '
I in Jacksonville at the State Fair. I! Sure you want the best. Vansikel's work has been awarded first Aj'! WE SELL i
SUITS AND OVERCOATS at ftm, William Joecle visited home near kA' prize every time and every place it has been exhibited. ..Studio on W ifi ifiai ifi

Reasonable prices. Sold all over l I Jacksonville the past week-end re- j south side of square. Gainesville, Fla. !' Latest Models All Wool Suits,
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I' the Thanksgiving holidays. !| young ladies coming from the College ] joyous celebration were Dr. and Mrs. i ifiw!: $45.00: to $60.00. !
I BAILEY I' Tom Kennedy, Dick Knight and j j at Tallahassee, and many from other } Albert Murphree, Mr. and Mrs. F. --
Herbert Massey spent Thanksgiving : parts of the State. The gymnasium j jI' ] O. Spain, Dr. and Mrs. C. L. Crow, '
in Dade City. 'I' was decorated with the varsity colors -' Coacl A and Mrs. Buser, and others. ;, Levy'sBay ifiifi r
r THE CLOTHIER "Rat" Wesson spent Saturday and I blue and gold, and music was fur- !| ifi
Sunday at his home in Ocala. I nished by the Jazz seven piece orchestra THE STRAY GREEKS DANCE i;j ifiifi
Francis Todd also made a visit to I of the University. i !aiw !
203-207; Lafayette St.
,i and Ho an Streets atifi
his home in Ocala the last week-end. I The dancing began at nine o'clock I One of the most delightful events 'I Jacksonville Fla. 1
0 TAMPA, FLORIDA i II Gentry White, who attended the :J and continued until one. Those not of last week's festivities was the in t= Ill
4 4i University during the S. A. T. C. I j dancing were entertained with a''I annual dance of the Stray Greeks ii
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4 II was back on the campus renewing j{ smoker in the Y. M. C. A. rooms. given at the Elks Club on Friday I
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"I cold j There were two intermissions enlivened I
Harry Peoples, of Valdosta, Ga., 'I by selections by a colored : eight o'clock the programs ADAMKATZ&CO.
PICTURES and PICTURE FRAMES; attended the home coming festivitieslast quartet, the "High Speed" quartet of I E were filled out by the men who gather- ,
"" week end. war-time fame. During the second in- I I ed at the Club and at nine the Uni- i
'0 ORAII "Fats" Devane of Plant City was I termission, a most amusing form of varsity Jazz orchestra started a I CORRECT CLOTHES

N ORTON I here, big and strong, for the events entertainment was provided for the snappy one-step and the ballroom

OVELTIES I around and for Thanksgiving. i' pleasure of assembly when Bill Biv- I was soon crowded with merry danc- FOR MEN
Greeting Cards Mooney Futch came over to the 'I' ins and H.1.. Friedlander drove up, ers.

I University for the game, returning one in an Irish mail toy wagon, the I The corner of the room in which

I Saturday. other in a velocipede, which after the punch bowl was located was by;
i I I R. J. Ulmer visited home in Largo much halting and numerous "blow far the most popular spot in the ball- YBOR CITY FLA.DON'T
during the holidays. outs" were brought to a standstill. room. "Some Punch. j .
HOTEL HILLSBOROTOP of Jackson-
Morton R. Heischberg I
Then ensued a most amusing dialogueof The attractive programs bore the
student of the Uni-
ville, a former
incidents befalling themin
imaginary names of the Strays as follows:
TOWN versity, spent Thanksgiving with Mr. the future when they would be
. 0' "Plato" Ayers, Theta Delta Chi; Throw Away Your Safety Razor
Edrehi and
and :Mrs. son.
classed alumni of the U. of F. This "Archimedes" Alderman, Sigma Nu;
Blades. I Sharpen All Makes to
THE P.\ .IIELLE IC DANCE was clever, witty and original, and "Anaximander" Beggs, Pi KappaPhi I i
much merriment. Fruit i Cut as Good as New
provoked ; "Heracilitus" Coe, Phi Delta
One of the most ostensive occas- punch was served throughout the eve- Theta; "Empedocles" Craig, Phi Del- I i Durham Duplex, per doz........_..50cj
ions in the history of the Universityof ning. Among the returned alumni ta Theat; "Demosthenes" Dalton, :j All other Double Edge, per doz. 35c
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Florida was that of last Thursday were Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Payne, Sigma Nu; "Pythagoras" Griffith, i I Single Edge, per 25c
night when the Pan-Hellenic dance Mr. Morgan Groover, of Lakeland; Kappa Sigma; "Parmenides" Hart- I All Blades Hair Tested +

was tendered the returning alumni of Mr. Harry Peoples, of Valdosta; Mr. ridge, Chi Phi; "Leucippus" Hatton, !I Three Friends Barber Shop
,I the University.The James Marr of Jacksonville; Messrs. I Sigma Nu; "Aristippus" Heuck, Phi IT.I C. Peacock 707 Franklin St.
Business With event occurred in the new gym- I Christian. Shands, Ball and many i I Gamme Delta; "Alcibiades," Kimball,: Tampa, Florida
nasium and was attended by more others. Phi Delta Theta; "Antisthenes" Mi- :Mail Orders Receive Prompt Atten-
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ment in St. Augustine on Sunday : Subs: C. Duncan forward; C. Anchased! park on Riverside avenue, are able to do so, to build houses for 1 budget system is approved by the
February and March. fo.-I derson, center; G. Stanley guard. i known as Memorial Park. rentaL (Continued on Page Two)

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; Knox returned 15 yards. Oglethorpe
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[ Perry and Baker opened cp a holein
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!t SPORTING GOODS j( blocked the punt, recovered: and ran I.. !

I for a touchdown. Wathrkh kicked! Kodak Finishing Everything: For The Students
j goaL The ball exchanged hands rev
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Baird Hardware Co. This quarter was a punting duel between ,. he was no slouch for the Engineers. .
I C. Anderson and Knox, with j I II I In the last few minutes of play, Scott 5f REPAIR CO. L
; Phone 7. Gainesville.I Knox getting the better of the argu-'j I intercepted a pass for the Engineers
i;' ment. Oglethorpe used several pass-',i; and ran to the Lawyers seven yard n Phone 13?.
f j jI 1 es to good advantage, but Florida's i i i line before being downed. It was a"I
\ goal was never in danger. beautiful run and looked for a min-
k? LILIENBLUMBICYCLES Fourth Quarter. I' ute like he would get away, but he y WORK DONE WHILE YOU WAIT

i I : --- Both teams took to the forward:{ failed. After trying the tine for three ; I lIt N. West Main Gainesville.
1 !. :' pass in this quarter. Out of six'i'I' bucks, the Engineers tried a pass,
:' tried and a lawyer intercepted it and ran E
t by Oglethorpe, four were incomplete -
: ; and !i for about 65 yards before being I
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T was worked successfully. The game-, the game ended. ROOM31BUCKMANTHE

:IJ HIGGINBOTHAM BROS.On ended with the ball in the middle of Carlton made two or three beautiful .-
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l the field in Florida's possession. I runs for the Lawyers, MeKfllup.
your way to the University Oglethorpe Line-op. Florida : went thru center for the third touch- -- ., --
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r '' DRINKS and GROCERIESLyric Spain one n-
: Reeves R. E. Thomas Many alumni were present for the
I :. t Nicholas R. T. Goldsby. game and much rooting was heard BOSTON STORE
Walton P. G. Wuthrich : from the side lines. A pushball game
Next to the A. C. Ir Passenger Depot
!if Lemon (capt) C. Perry ; was played after the football game ::1
\ ; Smiley L. G. Connell : had finished, but the crowd was pretty
Cooper 1 .|j Carries a high grade of Ladies' and Men's furnishings.-Also
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T. Baker much fed up, and but few witnessed -
i !f Theatre Chesnut L. E. demons the latter contest. ; 1 Hats, Shoes and everything in ready to wear for Men Women and
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; Davenport P. H. Sparkmanj 'I, & Children at remarkably reasonable prices.
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,I Lawyers Whip Engineers. j| lam, Sigma N'u, and -'rsippus"Woodruff
1'Wi' ;;, HOME OF GOOD PICTURES In a game full of thrills, Thursday'' Pi Kappa Phi. ; Next to the A. C. Passenger Depot

df I morning, the lawyers proved to the!i j The ball room was very pretty with
j satisfaction of present that they were: its colored lights, and banners and K'h
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'I --- - Engin- formed a lovely setting for manyi
I. ?I\h i. eers. Their first game ended with the i i beautiful costumes in evidence. -----
i!! ,: W- S. DORSEY & CO. Lawyers ahead with the score of 6-0,!!I i i, Among the patronesses were Mr. r--ItI. -...::--... :::" .. ....<;:- -

; and Thursday morning they hit them'!! and Mrs. K. H. Graham Mrs. C. H.
in Groceries
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!d; harder than before and won with the I Hildreth, of Live Oak; Mrs. W. A. I BLANCHE CAFE

:p For Goodnea Sake DrinkDORSET'S score of 19-0. I Shands, of Green Cove Springs; Mrs.j
"" Clayton was easily the star for j Cody, Mrs. Denham, Mrs. Kimball -THE PLACE FOR ALLIGATORS TO EAT-
".; DELIGHT COFFEESHOES the Lawyers, and Scott showed that i+:j I and others. 'I

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