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II IX. UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA, GAINESVILLE, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1923 No. 3

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6 GATORS ROMP AWAY WITH NEWBERRY DR.TO MURPHREE MAKING IMPORTANT CONSENTS "RAT" RULES ANNOUNCED BY SOPHS


II IN FIRST GAME OF SEASON 1 ROLLINS{ ADDRESS ON COLLEGESIt AND ENDORSED BY UPPER CLASSES-

will be of interest to every student

I';, MEETS HER WATERLOO THIS SATURDAY Dr. of Murphree the University has consented to know to tha'ad-:: STUDENT COUNCIL ENFORCES THEM


r dress the National Association of

Coach Kline's Work With Florida'* DEAN ROLFS AND PROF.M'QUARRIE University Presidents', which meet I DRILL SCHEDULE FOR WEEKENDING j! Freshies Will be Held a Little (?)
OCTOBER 16th I I
w Football Men Resulted in ON A TRIP in Washington, D. C., in the near fu More in Check From Now On-

Victory in Team's Fiat ture. His subject will be What I I Must Get Green Caps'and
October 19.
Try-Out. Dean Rolfs of the College of Ag- Consider the University's Create Tuesday Wear Them.
M. S. IV Inf. drill school of
riculture and Mr. C. K. McQuarrie Problem." The plan is to have a reg.
.
the squad close order. COMMITTEE OF THREE FROM
i SCORE WAS 21 TO 0 IN A expect to leave this week to attenda symposium of five noted University .
M. S. II, Inf. drill reg. EACH CLASS TRIES CASES
FAST, HUT ONE-SIDED GAME conference of the National Land Presidents and go fully into this dis
M.\ S. I Inf. drill
reg.
Grant Colleges which is to be heldat cussion.
M. S. III, instructors. Any Violation Will be Reported to
Touchdowns in First, Third and Springfield, Mass. n
Thursday, October 21- This Body Who Shall Punish ;
Fourth Quarters by IJ. Anderson Dr. Rolfs has been an active mem-
Test. Each M. S. II will drill a As it Sees Fit-Rats Must
"'( Hughes and Crom ber on the organization and policy: of COMPANY B COLOR
squad in school of squad. Co's will Tip Hats to Profs.
Anderson.: the extension work. There are only

four other members in the United COMPANY FOR THE be marked accordingly. With the cooperation of the Faculty -
October 23-
Saturday, j
States his I'
territory embracing the
L By A. Sollee Ma\ .-s play-Freshmen and Sopho- and each of the upper classes the
entire Southeat. This committee in Sophomore Class has compiled a list
Florida's 'Gtorsj won their first PRESENT PERIODWon mors.
:conjunction with the Department of [
I: same of the season last Saturday, n of rules for the Freshmen Class that
Agriculture outlines the plans! and
\. \vh3n they took Xewberry College of are to become traditions here in yearsto
policies: of extension work in the var- JUNIORS ELECT
South Carol.ra, into camp for a 21-0 ious States. Average of 182 in Last Week's come. Every 'Rat' is expected t3

r victory in whet proved a fast and interesting Contests-A and D.Tie. for obey both the spirit and the letterof

; although a one-sided fracas. 'it Second Place, With Few KEEN EDITOR OF the rules drawn up in case there

[ Coach Kline was high in his pra'52 GOOD ADVICE FOR Points Behind. are any who do not live up to the established ;"'!.

L':. of the team's fir t showng: and the 1921 SEMINOLE traditions: a student coun- I'I

, student body is confident that by Saturday The following is the standing: of I I cil has been organized to look after -

i. afternoon's game with Rollins! FRESHIES FROM AN .he companies for the week ending i I the wayward. .,

the quad will be in first class working October 9th, 1920. This standing ;s Goodrich Copeland Managing Editor, I I Every collect{ : in the country has .:

::-. order for a successful season. !based on the reci.at.ons of student' and Earl Thompson Business I I certain traditior.s that have grwonto -J ft

f.. From the kik-ofF Florida's student ANONYMOUS SOURCEFreshmen Military Science III ar.d IV and Manager For This Year. I mean much to the students enroll "

.; body backed the team with enthusiastic the test held on Thursday, October7th. ed. They build up College Spirit 1

applause and cheering, and These standings will be announced J. Velma Keen, of the College of and put 'Pep' into the student body.

the game was one well worth attend- do you fully realize the each week in The Alligator. Law was unanimously elected editor- With this end in view the Sopho ;

ing. responsibilities and the honor that Standing of Companies: in-chief of the 1921 Seminole at a more Class this year has published '-

Plunk-away soared the ball, its you assumed when you registered at Company Rec. Test Total meeting of the Junior Class held last the following rules to go ineo effect 1 1I

squirming flight: followed by the the University of Florida this year? "A" 88.3 93 181 I Tuesday night and Goodrich Cope- Monday, October 18th.

watchful yes; of the breathless fan:. Do you realize that in a few mor "B" 87.7 93 182 I I 'and, Arts and Sciences, was elected I 1. Freshmen must attend all student 'j

Down-down-down-t: a:me ir",to the year. you will be seniors and then "C" 866 90 177 managing editor with Earl Thompson, I body meetings, all athle.ic

wai.ing arms of B. Anderson, who immediately graduates of this great institut.on? "D' 87.5 t3.5 181 Law, as business manager. The games and celebrations.

tore off: several yards be- You will go out into this world, car- Certa'n: st'id"!1J.S hsvr teen excused Juniors offered several recommendations I II 2. Due respect and courtesy must

fore downed. rying with you the name and reputation "rom drill be-ause of ever age or to the Sophomores in regard to be extended to all old men at all time.

'Toach-d wn. Flori ia." "Hold 'em of this University. Are you physical disability. T!-oe stndents Rat rules which are printed in this I I 3. All Freshmen must provide a

thinking now of the future that lies issue. As a class! they have approved themselves with (Rat
Florida;; inspired: the evelen to bat- who expect to receive a d gree are reminded green caps
'le seadily dowi: the field and thenC. in store for you? that they must take additional: the rules and will do everythingin Caps) as soon as possible and must

AndTroi carried the oval across The University of Florida: "is now I work in order to make the same num- their power to help enforce them. wear same at all times except Satur-

:he line for the first touchdown oft recognized as one of the foremost ber of hours. No student excused As in the case every year, men who day night and Sunday in town.

the yaaMid t the thunderous noise colleges in the South. The standard I from drill will be ermitted to tak:* can draw are in s*cial del. _i for 4. No Prep or high school lettersare

Carlton kicked goal. Florida. kiked of scholarship ranks: among the bestin Military Science, but those students work on the Seminole. The editor- permitted to be worn on the campus -

1 :>T aid aftT several minutes: of fumb- the whole country. Great lawyers, who are excused bemuse of over age, I :Jn-chief will appreciate any assistance .

lng; and see aw plaving on both sides, teachers and engineers are proud to but who elect to take Military that can be given along this line. 5. All new men are required to

the first quarter ended. refer to this institution as their alma Science and drill will: be permitted to This year with every student a sub- know the names, position and 'experience -

Florida star d oT wh: a rush. On mater. Graduates of the College of do so. scriber, the Seminole should be one of men: compos'ng: the football

i ( a fake kick C. Andersen made eighty Agriculture have made a name for Ex-service men who have not yet of the best in the entire country. squad and othe athletic teams representing -
themselves scientific well However, the staff needs the aid and the
-rds around end. B. Anderson thengibbed as as as applied for their Victory medals can University

five yards through tackK Tactical farmers. In fact every man secure: blanks and information as to cooperation of every member of the 6. Freshmen' are expected to speakto

Florida kicked to Newberry';- 15 yard who has gone out from here has car- making them out in the office of the student body. every fellow student whenever

linr., who immediately returned then ried with him the teachings and the Professor of Military Science and Lets help to make this the best in they meet, either on or off the cam

- r kin to Florida's 30---ard line. reputation of this school They have Tactics. They should endeavor to get the country. pus.

44Big Bake" decided it was time for made good in their respective lines. I their medals before Armistice Day. BOOST THE SEMINOLE. 7. All new men must line UD it

him to do something so Ir1 tore thru: Freshmen, will you measure: up to I Ex-emergency officers in the stud DR. BURGER- -IS-TO- -BE every meal when going into mess

the line for 10 yards. A*, this interval these m.n'? Then do your best now ent body or the faculty are reminded SUCCESSOR TO STEVENSIN hall and must remain in line until the

of the gimo Florida shoved in and strive to emulate the work of the that between October 24-h: and 31stan EXPERIMENTAL STATION Old Men pass in.

several recruits for a first tryout.B men who have gone before you. Takean additional examination: will be 8. All Freshmen must press down

active part in the various student held for those who desire cn the top of their caps as they speak
--k nr d forth from one side to another to enter the The Florida Experiment Station is
cctivities. Go out for athletics. cheeron to ap old man. This ;Is to be done
regular It will be
the elevens hammerel 1 away, army. necessary fortunate this year in securing Dr.
our teams to victory. In fact for with the middle finger of the right
:! but neither rrak'n: much headwa/ sup anyone desiring to take this ex- Burger, a graduate of the University

Florida seemed to be me'el'* experimenting port every phase! of College life to amir ation to get in touch with the of Florida to take the place of Mr. hand.

; this quarter. the half end- the best of your ability. Keep up Adjutant General of the Army at Stevens, who has resigned to pursue 9. Freshmen must tip their hats and
classroom work now, that speak to every member of the facultyas
ed with Florida 7 and Xewb-rry, the your so once. :other work.
you will build up the reputation of The War: Department has authorized they pass them.
g"Oo"'e egp. Dr. Burger graduated from the
With their regulars in t'nr lneup "Old Florida." So conduct yourselves the issue of a B. H. Relief Map and University in 1911 and later obtainedthe The enforcement of these rules is
that in after life the greatest fortification in the hands of a Student Council,
; for the second half Florida tarted one sand table to each degree of Ph. D., from Harvard
tribute that can be paid a man will be unit of the R. O. composed of three men from each of
_I" some great pl'ving.! many s.p tacular T. C. A requ'si: ion Uriversity. Furthermore Dr. Burger -
I" **nnts b ing rpgistered.! Carlton and! to say that "He is a Florida man." ha already been submitted for these has had two years experience in the lhu upper classes
I Freshmen these
Hughes brought the 'Gator; to their Every year the University is growing articles and it is expected that they California citrus work and two disobeying any of

feet with their suoerb broken field I larger and stronger by leaps and will be on hand by the time the classin the department of agriculturein yearswith rules :r failing to carry out the provisions
made therein will be summoned
runs. Hughes took the ball on a bounds. Hundreds of student are Military Science III and IV is the study of fruits and vegetabl-
befo.vi the council and dealt with:
: fake pJa3and ran 50 yardfor a eager to enter. but present facil'tiesare ready to start work in minor tactics. decay in transit. He is expected to as the council direct.

k touch-down, after dodging and stiffening entirely inadequate: to take care Additional: enli.ted men for the arrive here on November 1st. may
The hepresentatives chosen
from
J the w"ole Newberry tea". of z larger enrollment. The support R. O. T. C. units in the schools of the Mr. John Jeffries formerly with the
the different
classes
to serve on ihs:
i Hts off to Mr. Hughes.: Ca Iton kick- 'I from the State Legislature falls far Fourth Corps Area is authorized and experiment station of North Carolina, Council are H. M. Friedlander, Alto
short of the "nt demand. Con-e-
pras the Professors
(.J goal making the tally 14 to 9.w. Ierat': Military Science and has taken up work at Lake Alfredas Adams, and Wallace McKey, from the
yourselves to the
t aivan'erontI Tactic' at the various schools have
Just fas soon as Florida took the superintendent of the experiment Sbnior Class; Harold Klock, John
i I of the interest "f the: Unive!"u*" been instructed to suitable
t1 secure recruits station branch there. The Citrus
Sherman and Hoyt Carlton from the
ball they;. agair commenced a march. strive to make it even great han i j6. : wherever possible. Local ,
recruiting Grove at Lake Alfred will be increasd Junior Class !
'Shorty' Gunn "V
; <'Of -
1 JI! After a couple of gasser: ? rod en.l now is. Realthat: this is the best will be encouraged. Anyone
". -" ...,-i .' to fifteen acres and an additional .row' and Buck Carlton from the Soph-
T"'T '
F 1-t ,o1 S *
i r ins the egg was placed on New'ry's -- ,.. .! nt, or any student I leavingc'I : Tack: of e'pht acres will be set aside omore class.
r-- V--w Vt .1. .
20ud\ line. h"rdly v h"liothis 1 7" wIn desires to enlrt in the *
Snap-amid r'1, .,,.-- 1.---- 1, "-1 or a nursery there. Within a year it Every Old Man in the University
before any one realized it.. F:.::-:'.!:. co ')" 'Vtrk: .t.tryC ---- -- ?- ?vice |in the R. QshcsIJ T. C. is exue:ted that the laboratory will is a committee of one to see that
for the advar--e-p..1. and better- F l see the Professor
of Military be enlarged and that a residence will!) these rules enforced
Continued. Five are and to report -
( Page
on ) cf
r-cnt Ih2 University: 0: Forida.: c.e.ce a..d Tactics.
be placed upon the grounds. any violation to the council."FOR .



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\'01. IX. UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA, GAINESVILLE, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 15, 192J No. 3

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GATORS ROMP AWAY'Y WITK NEWBERRYIN DR. MUiJPHREE MAKING IMPORTANT CONSENTSTO "RAT" RULES ANNOUNCED BY SOPHS


FIRST GAME OF SEASON ROLLINS ADDRESS ON COLLEGESIt AND ENDORSED BY UPPER CLASSES-

will be of interest to every student

MEETS HER WATERLOO THIS SATURDAY Dr. of Murphree the University has consented to know to that ad- STUDENT COUNCIL ENFORCES THEM

dress the National Association of
Coach Kline's Work With Florida' DEAN ROLFS AND PROF.M'QUARRIE University Presidents', which meet I DRILL SCHEDULE FOR WEEKENDING i Freshies Will be Held a Little (')
16th I
OCTOBER
Football Men Resulted in ON A TRIP in Washington, D. C., in the near: fu More in Check From Now On-

Victory in Team's First ture. His subject will be What I Must Get Green Caps Sand

Try-Out. Dean Rolfs of the College of Ag- Consider the University's Create Tuesday October 19.- Wear Them.
M. S. IV Inf. drill school of
riculture and Mr. C. K. McQuarrie Problem." The plan is to have a reg.
the squad close order. COMMITTEE OF THREE FROM
SCORE WAS 21 TO 0 IN A expect to leave this week to attenda symposium of five noted University
FAST, BUT ONE.SIDED GAME conference of the National Land Presidents and go fully into this dis M. S. II, Inf. drill reg. EACH CLASS TRIES CASES
M. S. I Inf. drill
reg.
Grant Colleges which is to be held cussion.
M. S. III, instructors. Any Violation Will be Reported to
Touchdowns in First, Third ante at Springfield% Mass. *
Thursday, October 21- This Body Who Shall PunishAs
Fourth Quarters by B. Anderson Dr. Rolfs has been an active mem-
Test. Each M. S. II will drill a it Sees Fit-Rats Must
:: Hughes and Crom ber on the organization and policy: of COMPANY B COLOR
squad in school of squad. Co's will Tip Hats to I'rofs.I .
Anderson.By the extension work., There are only

four other members in the United COMPANY FOR THE be Saturday marked, accordingly.October 23- With the cooperation of the Faculty -
States, his territory embracir.g ths< I'
A. Sollee Ma-s play-Freshmen and Sopho. and each of the upper classes the

Florida's. 'Gators: ) won their first entire Southeat. This committee in PRESENT PERIODWon 'nors. Sophomore Class has compiled a list .;
:conjunction with the Department of I
-;ame of the season last Saturday, of rules for the Freshmen Class that
Agriculture outlines the plans and to become traditions here in {-
whan they took Newberry College of are years
policies: of extension work in the var- JUNIORS ELECT ,
ouih Carol.r.a, into camp for a 21-0 ious Average of 182 in Last Week's to come. Every 'Rat' is expected t>
States.
victory in what proved a fast and interesting Contests-A and D Tie for obey both the spirit and the letterof :'1

although a one-sided fracas. fr Second Place, With Few KEEN EDITOR OF the rules drawn up in case there .'

Coach Klins was high in his pra'saof GOOD ADVICE FOR Points Behind. are any who do not live up to the established :

the tccm's itt showing: and the. 1921 SEMINOLEGoodrich traditions: a student coun-

student body is confident that by Saturday The following is the standing: of I cil has been organized to look after .

afternoon's game with Rollins, FRESHiES FROM AN the; companies for the week ending j I the wayward.

the quad will be in first class working October 9th, 1920. This standing !Js ::: Copeland Managing Editor, I Every collej/j in the country has

order for a successful season. based on the reci.at.ons of student- and Earl Thompson Business I certain traditions that have grwonto

I From the kLk-off! Florida's student ANONYMOUS SOURCEFreshmen in Military Science III and IV and Manager For This Year. mean much to the students enroll. .

body backoj the team with enthusiastic the test held on Thursday, October ed. They build up College Spirit

II, applause and cheering, and 7th. These standings will be announced J. Velma Keen, of the College of and put 'Pep' into the student body.

: the game was one well worth: attend- do you fully realize the each week in The Alligator Law was unanimously elected editor- With this end in view the Sopho

i ing. responsibilities and the honor that Standing of Companies: in-chief of the 1921 Seminole at a more Class this year has publishedthe

! Plunk-away soared the ball, its you assumed when you registered at Compar.y Rec. Test Total meeting of the Junior Class held last following rules to go ineo effect

squirming flight followed by the the University of Florida this year? "A" 88.3 93 181 Tuesday night and Goodrich Cope- Monday, October 18th.

watchful eyes of the breathless fan: Do you realize that in a few mor "B" 87.7 93 182 'and, Arts and Sciences, was elected 1. Freshmen must attend all student -

Dcwn-down-town-t: c.:.me into the year ;you will be seniors and then "C" 866 90 177 managing editor with Earl Thompson, body meetings, all athle-ic

wai ing arms of B. Anderson who immediately graduates of this great institut.on? "D"' 87.5 C3.5 181Certa'n Law, as business manager. The games and celebrations.

i tore off'several Yard3 be- You will go out into this world, car- : st'dr1"S havf teen: excused Juniors offered several recommendations -I 2. Due respect and courtesy must

; fore downed. rying with you the name and reputation "rom drill be-ause of ever age or to the Sophomores in regard to be extended to all old men at all time.:.

;9 'To ch-dvwn, Florida" "Hold 'em of this University. Are you physical disability. T-O3e! stndents Rat rules which are printed in this I 3. All Freshmen must provide

I Florida'; inspired: the evelen to bat- thinking now of the future that lies who expect to receive a degree: are reminded issue. As a class they have approved themselves with green caps (Rat

! 'le readily down: the field and thenC. in store for you? that they must take additional: the rules and will do everything Caps) as soon as possible and must

I AndTcoz carried the oval across The University of Florida: 'is now I work in order to make the same num- in their power to help enforce them. wer same at all times except Saturday -

I :he line for the first touchdown of recognized as one of the foremost ber of hours. No studemt excuse.l As in the case every year, men who night and Sunday in town.

the yea.. Mid t the thunderous noise colleges in the South. The s ar.darJof from drill will -ermitted to take: can draw are in social dei... ..i for 4. No Prep or high school lettersare

Carlton kicked goal. Florida: kicked scholarship ranks: among the bestin Military Science, but those student; work on the Seminole. Ine editor- permitted to be worn on the cam-

oT a"d aftr several: minutes: of fumbling the whole country. Great lawyers, who are excused be-:use of over age, :Jn-chief will appreciate any assistance pus.

; and see-aw playing on both sides, teachers and engineers are proud to but who elect to take Military that can be given along this line. 5. All new men are required to

the first quarter ended. refer to this institution as their alma Science and drill will: be permitted ti, This year with every student a sub- know the names, position and exper

Florida started of w::*h a rush. Ona mater.! Graduates of the College of i do so. scriber, the Seminole should be one ience of men composing: the football

fake kick C. Aid"rscn made eight Agriculture have made a name for I Ex-service men who have not yet of the best in the entire country. squad and othe athletic teams representing

yrch around end. B. Anderson thengrabbed themselves as scientific as well as applied for their Victory medals can However, the staff needs the aid and the University

five yards through tackl". Tactical farmers. In fact every man secure blanks and information as to cooperation of every member of the 6. Freshmen are expected to speakto

Florida kicked to N'wbeb _ry';: 15 yard who has gone out from here has car- making them out in the office of the student.. body. every fellow student whenever

lino, who immediately returned then ried with him the teachings and the Professor of Military Science and Lets help to make this the best in they meet, either on or off the cam

''r kin to Florida's 30-",ard l line. reputation of this school They have Tactics. They should endeavor to get the country. pus.

"Big Bake" decided it W.TS time for made good in their respective lines. their medals before Armistice Day.Exemergc.ncy BOOST THE SEMINOLE. 7. All new men must line un it
h' thru Freshmen, will you measure up to officers in --- -- every meal when going into mess
him to do something so tore : the stud- DR. BURGER IS TO BE
A4 this inter- these men? Then do your best now ent body or the hall and must remain in line until the
the line for 10 yards. ; faculty are reminded SUCCESSOR TO STEVENS
and strive to emulate the work of the that Old Men pass in.
val of the ghee Florida shoved in between October 24th: and 31stan IN EXPERIMENTAL STATION
several recruits for a first tryout.Bk men who have gone before you. Takean additional examination: will be 8. All Freshmen must press down

ard forth from one side to another active part in the various student held for those who desire to enter the The Florida Experiment Station is en the top of their caps as they speak
ectivities. Go out for athletics. cheeron to a-p old man. This ;Is to be done
regular
It
the elevens hammered away, army. will be necessaryfor fortunate this year in securing Dr.
our teams to victory. In fact with the middle finger of the right
but neither rrak'nor much headway. sup- anyone desiring to take this ex- Burger, a graduate of the Universit
be mp"eh' port every phase! of College life to amir ation to in hand.
Florida sr-emod to experimenting get touch with the of Florida to take the place of Mr.
this quartero the half end- the best of your ability. Keep up Adjutant General of the Army at Stevens, who has resigned to 9. Freshmen must tip their hats and
pursue
your classroom work row, that speak to every member of the faculty
the so
ed with Florida 7 and Newb->rry, once. :other work.
you will build up the reputation of "he War as they pass them.
<; Department has authorized
goo e egg.With Dr. Burger graduated from the
their regulars in the lineup "Old Florida." So conduct yourselves the issue of a B. H. Relief Map and University in 1911 and later obtainedthe The enforcement of these rules is
that in after in the hands of a Student Council,
life the
greatest
for the second half Florida tarted one fortification sand table to each degree of Ph. D., from Harvard
tribute that can be paid a man will be unit of composed of three men from each of
the
some great pl'ingmany: see*tacular R. O. T. C. A requsi: ion Uriversity. Furthermore Dr. Burger
Carlton and to say that "He is a Florida man." has already been the thiee upper classes
Stints being registered.,; submitted for these has had two years experience in
Hughes brought the 'Gator* to their Every year the University is growing articles and it is expected that they California citrus work and two Freshmen disobeying any of these
years
feet with their superb broken field i larger and stronger by leaps and will be on hand by the time the classin with the department of agriculture rules :r failing to carry .ut the pro-
visiols made therein will be summoned
runs. Hughes: took the ball on a bounds. Hundreds of studentare Military Science III and IV is in the study; of fruits and vegetable befo.vi the council and dealt with:

fake play and ran 50 yard' for a eager to enter but present facil'tiesare ready to start work in minor tactics. decay in transit. He is expected ta the council direct.
as :
touch-down, after dodging a' d stiff- entirely inadequate to take care Adlitional enli-ted men for the arrive here on November 1st. may
The hepresentatives chosen from
r''-ming the whole Newberry tea". of z larger enrollment. The support R. O. T. C. units in the schools of the Mr. John Jeffries formerly with the
!1 the different classes to serve on ihs;
from the State
Huts off to Mr. Hughes. Ca Icon kicked I Legislature falls far Fourth Corps Area is authorized and experiment: station of North Carolina, Council are H. M. Friedlander, Alto
short of the pl"2Sront demand. Con-e- the Professors
goal making the tally 14 to 9. i I 'rat"ourselves the Military Science and has taken up work at Lake Alfredas Adams, and Wallace McKey, from the
I to advamer- Tacti
at the various schools
Just fas soon as Florida tok the i of the interest' n f the Un \"ei '' been :instructed have superintendent of the experiment Sbnior Class; Harold Klock, John
:: to
secure suitable recruits station brsnch there. The CitrusGrove
Sherman and Hoyt Carlton from the
ball they agair, commenced a march. strive to make it even great han wherever ,
possible. Local recruiting at Lake Alfred will be
increas- Junior Class 'Shorty' Gunn, 'Wood-
;
After a couple of ras e; rnd en.lr now is. RcaKn that this is the best wll be encouraged.
.. Anyone d to fifteen acres and an additional .row' and Buck Carlton from the Soph-
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"ins the was placed on New -- = nt, or any student leaving *
egg ._ "' Tac of e'pht acres will be set asideor omore class.
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ry's 20 yard line. Snap-amid h-rd.v! \v -rt b"lio"this -- -c'1--] wIn desires to enlrt in the *
there. Within
it
a
rt,- ? 1.---- ', nursery a year Every Old Man in the Universityis
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before realized it F.r-! ? --1k.'vo'k -- j -- "- "- vice in the R. O.
any one : T. C. is excected that the will
laboratory a committee of one to see that
I've for the advar-e" and
better-
shcuIJ
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; : For Student and Others A woman is queer, there's no doubt about that : "
f ? Shaves .20 Haircu .35 She hates to be thin and she hates to be fat, .- ..
; West Side of Square Gainesville.OOOOOOOOOCXXXXXXXX3000000X. One minute it's laughter, the next it's a cry, 1'T I
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in ) A But woman's there's not one dressed thir.g till I: CfftfleatkJ: \

t '1/. S. DORSEY & CO. .

::1! Everything in Groceries You She's never a law can to tell herself what a I.:
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}j. For Goodness Sake Drink It keeps a man guessing to A Good Place to Eat
!j DORSEY'8 DELIGHT COFFEE And mostly he's wrong : I:
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I've studied the sex for a -
I've watched her in ; !
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i KODAKSCUTLERY To find what will please ;
But all that I"ve leanved
I Is that sooner or later '

At church or a ball game, I : Violin Mandolin and Guitar Strings
Baird Hardware Co. There's one thing about I
: At weddings or funerals, I I
!.! Phone 7. Gainesville. You can bet that her hand ALSO
; And every few minutes I
I I".. And the whole world must Violin Supplies Now Carried in Stock

i ELECTRIC SHOE REPAIR

{I: I 1.fI : DEPARTMENTSHOE AS HEARD OX ; KELLY-MILLER MUSIC COMPANY

Lat Arrival: "What's the
Early Arrival: "Nothing to ,
SHINE PARLOROhesnut's
L. A.: "Must be a good :
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To comfort his nerves Jack
SHOES tared they satisfy. He I
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his sweetheart. Lotta Miles. Strong, Safe and Accommodating
Satisfaction Guaranteed ;
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;;,; I I"t South Side Square tight; place, but by a lucky -
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i +i dent. He had almost decided : --
probably his master's voice ,
F j \ continued and finally reached I
:? See--Vidal Drug Company
He was informed that Lotta Students Pressing Club
?! For Drugs, Stationary Toilet vantage of the few minutes, I
.' J Articles, Candies father's there's a reason. He
': Souvenir Cards, Waterman's Pens. disclosed a secret and showed "For Students,
j or ask dad, he knows what a I
I,j was not all, it was delicious I Work Guaranteed, byStudents"'I'I
: 1 Jack left the old men to ;
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SANITARY BAXBERSHOP
thing of beauty, ar.d he had
gown, just enough Turkish I Five pieces for One Dollar
They had ben so enraptured l'C I
long since passed. Jack had Basement Science Hall
Gainesville, Florida.In propose. Lotta, realizing this, '
; solely, "Have you a little fairy
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why not now!" oo oo OO!>> >>>>
'II The sound of a d'jer kiss \
lips, he muttered: "The flavor DICK REID
J. S. Bodiford I: 'I

f! .'1 j jj j 2 Modes of the Moment
; a & Company He: "Do you like indoor : Franklin Street I
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t i j} I hand at the Bon Ton. I Remember Where You Got Those Famous Meals
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i f j It is a pleasure to serve you a
the Bon Ton, our clerks greet .

; :. you with a smile. :
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j." ; to have themCleanedBIockcdand I the thing i THE MEN'S STOREW
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t j The specially seasoned I
; Candy, Confectionary and m and mellow. It will M. Johnson .
Cigar Store in Connection. j| \V D C Triangle on the Clearwater, Fla

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is in London Good Mocei. Long and Honorable Carer.
Van
I August Epoel now -
He was somewhat eaten uj with a I Sir Ralph Williams, who has resigned
Englard, en route home from
I I
I t mistaken consciousness of his own as governor of Newfoundlandhas
i After practically the entire Alligator had Holland, where he has been for some Importance and when he was! making had a long diplomatic career.

; been printed was announced Friday that the time visiting relatives. He went over I his great speech in the Muddlecombe i! during which he has been in many important -

to Antwerp end saw the United States UUM.& parliament, he noted that one I situations. For a time he
Rollins game had been cancelled the downstate win the Olpmpic championship this I of the local pressmen appeared to I was treasurer of Gibraltar and sat or

fee sketching him. When the "house" the gate to the east. Then he was
I college declaring it's team would not last summer and there got homesick for a II I
Adjourned he buttonholed the artist."I secretary at Barbados and saw a
sight of ths eld U. S. A. He expects
i minutes with the of the off
ten 'gators. believe-aw-you were--aw-- quarter population swept
to enter the University later on in Isn't that ?" he the earth by a hurricane. But it
! I sketching me; so-aw
An exibition has been for this
game arranged I the year. Inquired.:: was in Africa that he bad: his largest

Saturday afternoon between a picked team of n -rI "That Is so," replied the artist. experience, ruling over blacks and
"Wei!-aw-would you-.aw--tell Boers He first saw the Dark Conti
I 150-poun Florida men and the fast Gainesville me what ncospaper you-aw-repiso > nent in 1SS2. during a hunting trip.

Highschool aggregation. Admission will be free ut-aw?" In 1901 he was made governor of
JACK KENNARD I Bechuanaland, with C. M. G.
"I don't represent any newspaper; as a
and all reservations made for the game will be I I I Answered the artist. "1 design comfopostcards. decoration of merit. Sir Ralph was

good for the Southern-Florida game October 21. Every rr en on the campus;! ex- ."-Tidblta. __ I I appointed governor of Newfoundlandabout
hnds lis sym athy to to Uri-iversitj's three years ago. He is sixty-
; I Playroom Rugs. tour years of age and in retiring does
night watchman S. B.
-- I Playing rugs are to be seen In eo to spend the remainder of his life
:: STOOD PIE DIET 89 YEARSNew PARROT DISTURBS A CLASS Kernard fondly known to all j many nurseries and are carried out In In leisure.
of the fellows "Hawkshaw",
as:; several varieties of material and desn. > I

Bird Becomes Profane During ;In his late bereavmant( the 05 s -! Thick flannel makes an excel.
Decidedly
Man Also Chewed Tobacco -
Jersey of his youngsonJaek,wno passe tent foundation for one. Dark red j
Discussion of English Spar-
but Rarely Pins.
for Almost as Long New Toilet
flannel with a cutout border with red I
rows In Central Park. i. to another world this week
I Smcked Cigars. silk, would make a most attractive Buckle-shaped brooches now fasten
after a severe caughing spell I the back ol the stock collar and these!
New York.-There will be only one which resulted in a fatal oonv4lI nig.A
New York.-Job Brown Tillou. who whole menagerie of animals are so wide that they almost fill the
species of the bird family in any great sion. mayb the of the neck and afford
at
had chewed tobacco for eightyfiveyears I space nape
I used for the border, Teddy bears
. and had eaten pie thankfullytwice numbers in the parks of the city this! Many of the fellow knew lit- !alternating with dincin/z rabbits might the support to the chiffon and net
is year, according to Donald Burns keeper throat veiling at that point which the
a day for eighty-nine years tle Jack and had learned to love be referred.
dead in his home at South Orange, N. of the aviary In the Central Park him, and will shrre his fdtlur's best of boning will not furnish.
He refers the English
menagerie. x>
J. He was 96 years old. grief in his departure from this
Job's brother Abljah also lived to a sparrows. --,
w"rid I I / /- -
When he told his class of youngsters .1
of Joseph
\ great age. They were the sons -
: Tillou and were born and reared from the nearby Fifth avenue I' II e C.... o. f,1rGr1
houses in his talk that all the best r -
on the old homestead where Job died. s{'llBIlr t r -'
birds would be scarcer than ever he-
He always attributed his longevity to I
the simplicity of his habits, except In cause of the ever-Increasing number of Coffee.
Depend Wholly on .
the use of "fine-cut" and pie. He never piratical inspired sparrows with, a the desire youngsterswere to go out Coffee is the rt sirple! producedby frir: ,

.e smoked except on state occasions and shoot all they could find. But it the cl\ilicd! I'i ::bitall's of Li I : lf l-
such as New Year's or Thanksgiving beria and *" 1-F: pijntcrs: are
rr st o
who has I II
remained for Dick, the parrot '
" when he would indulge in a mild ci it."hpn the '
dent] ,
? totall depc;: \ I i
celebrated his centenary, to I t
f gar. He drank nothing but well wa recently market' price of crV' fs so low that :, 'uf{ ; .
give voice to his feelings In a most determined :
,. ter.Three the yield will net p. v the cost of i i
- years ago he let a barber way. labor and marKethis al leave a tr ar- '
! shave him for the first time. Befor "Well, I'll be d-d! gin sufficient for fh! r('rCi i of the lid:} (.me aeva.

that he had scraped his own face. And when that "damn, with a big 1 planter. the pi::nt.!i"-.= "* are neglected i ii II A,.
t i
.i t.
W m.rl.
,,
"D. came from the dignified parrot iI i
end an there i* ro c'**"r er"' p to fallback kcI kc-
Burns looked aghast."I I
STUDENTS IN LABOR UNION wonder who could ha taught him on, a -cro1 cT cic.icnc depr*.>; ,
*Ion ensues I
#!'' II
-- that' exclaimed the keeper. I II I :

ii Badgers Will Be In Position to AdJust During the last week the window Ii

Difficulties Arising With "Un- beside Dick's cage has been open, and i -_-
Two Fortunate State
J
dergrad" Labor It is believed his vocabulary was In
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Oregon and \\"ahilston! a-e state -
"
of the frequenters ol: I
'" creased by Mme .
where roses boom'! all ..he year round -\/ifinQ o" Cf'a -
Madison, Wls.-A labor union com the nearby benches._ I SSH'dTbr -

: posed of students who are working .. . .
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formed at the University of Wiscon ... I In the V/ronj Department.

sin. t i I The meek looking man walked ui

This latest entry into the ranks oft I FELLOWS 10 the book counter. "I want something

trades unionism is to have for its i: n to keep me at home at nigh!. '

membership to start with 200 studentsat i show me my faults tell me how to

Madison, who are earning all or i fl Before Calling on Your Lady Friend ::fi spend my-" "Hcla on. old man." said

. part of their expenses by waiting on i fi Call on Us :::fi the clerk; "you're In the wrong department -

table tending furnaces and lawns and : : Marriase bureau on the
And take with one of nice Boxes of
students fl you our "
I> doing other work open to :: left, three aisles down.

)- who spend the greater part of their :

: time In their college work. | FRESH CANDIES :::1:; National Characteristic.:
: The union Is to have a constitution
:n A national) characteristic of the
<, and and will Incorporate under
by-laws jfi and R: French people Is their habit of family
the laws of the state of Wisconsin. '
exclusireness It ise:-y rarely that

i ifi When you want to "Say it with Flowers" a family divides for a holiday For

: A start toward this end was made Let have order few hours ahead and will furnish with : one thing middl -class people In
"i last week, when the student help at [ us your a we you :Ii
France do visits
to
no except
pay
the Irving. 27 in number organized iff! the choicest to be gotten fresh from the Hot House ti::Ii members of their own family and for

Into an association to secure justice : another u French mother likes to
from their employer. Fred Merk. "11, 1 MILLER'S tEli; keep her children under her own
I was elected president and H. L. :-
inuj yt: eyes as much as possible, both bo-.
Gohdes 13. secretary. :Ii 'ore and after marriage.;

The general union will not only aid 4: Agents for ,; l' ---._..
Its own members but will perpetuate Ifi :
Itself by securing work Tor new Whitmans Y tub\{nHafyi Crown Log-: Cabin Said Much .n Utt'e
,
| :Ii "Cy" Waimaii, the reel an2 fcr .t
students coming here. In this It will i t tt
: is credited w lti th.t fV' c: an
I.
co-operate with the Y. M. C. A., which 1,
ifi Tomlinson-Key Floral Co. tfr: .* er-dinnar ipe?\ker whv /'as called
has looked after this work In the past)
en to speak! on "The A"MiMuy: of the
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i}i J' Alex Francisco 1 i Editor's Idea of Heaven. I

The editor's idea of heaven la a

i Cold Drinks Ice Cream, Candies J place where. the incoming subscrip-
; tions outnumber the contributions.
+ and Cigars. ;Xi Satire. W. R. SOPER'SCash

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THOMPSON ELECTRIC COMPANY Four days service I Acdtriantf \Vith Your NeighborYou
Might i ike, Him.
:i- (J. MacD. Thompson, Vice-Pres and Sec.) All work guaranteed. ,

105 East Main Street South Gainesville, FloridaPAGE
Electrical Supplies----F-ixtures Wholesale and Retail A. T. Moore I

10M04 WestLafajetteSt. Tampa, Florida. I I't
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THE FLORIDA ALL I 16 Al 1 ( R I CAN YOU and

i I In Williamsport, Ind: "I will put What woul d you ratherhave-low price! inferior

EDITORIAL DEPARTMENT. !, you in a furnace for $100." quality or Lower price and Pest Quality. It'

Herbert G. Ford _. ....... ... ._...w- ...__.Editor in ChiefC. In Minneapolis\ : "Picture" framingand : <
Stuart Hall, Jr.,... ____ ?..Managing Editor embalm:rg neatly done. i This Is CertainWolf
Truman Green ._.._______ Assistant Managing Editor :1 On the dock at Ephriam, Wis.:
y Arthur N. Soil .... Athletic Editor I "Fishermen, buy"your bait at the j i Bros. Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes are
Roy B. Hoakins-,. H. Vandergrift ... Reporters I ice cream parlor.
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Richard Knight ....-. ....!: ..---_-__.._u. Society Editor In Greenwich, Conn.; "Kids cleanedany priced at tle very smallest margin of profit to us I

.. --.--.-. ......--BUSINESS-..-.-DEPARTMENT--..---....-................-...-.-. Between size, 10 Minneapolis cents. Bring and'em St. in.Paul" : under which it's possible to operate. You get better; i ii

; Herbert M. Friedlander ___._._. ____.._._._..........__ Business Manager 'Midway' Harness Co.. Manufacturers i Woolens, Better trimmings, More Value, More Style i
Maurice Stein _____ ..........._._____..___ Ass't. Business Manager of Second-Hand Harness.
Alex. White .._._.......__.._.._... ... ... .-.... ....,_ Circulation Manager In Milwaukee: 'Always at your More Workmanship. We offer wonderful assort,
_..__.__..___.....______............__.._.._.._..____._.__.... ........ service. Wm. P. Hug." I ments in these Clothes, in Materials and Models[ at
MECHANICAL DEPARTMENTM. In Chicago: "C. Schor, Sand and

B. Knight _.__._._..______._.-.w.__..__.___.____._. Foreman: Gravel." "Marcel Wavings. Loop $50
B. O. Smith ._....._.._..__ _-.. ._.___..._.....-...-......-.. Pressman!: Experience." I'
--..--.-....---------... .-.... .----.-.--...-.--....--.---. ........... .. In Council Bluffs: "Auto lunches .
j '.0 Entered as second class matter, September 28, 1912, at the post- put up with loving care." Splendid offering in Boys' Dept. All Wool Suits .
; office at Gainesville, Fla., under the Act of March 3d, 1879. On a flat building, going up in Chi- with extra Tronsers, $22.50
Place all communications and items in boxes designated for that Gosch."
news cago: "Millwork, by values in Boys Trousers, lined throughout
Special
purpose in Peabody and Language Halls. In a Milwaukee restaurant: "Bul-
garian milk. An aid to imperfect

Rate-The Florida Alligator, $1.50 the year. digestion." I $2.95.Wolf
Sign in Alma, Mich., hotel bath- BrothersClothes
room: "Swipe the tub when through."

i' INTER-COLLEGE FOOTBALL. In a theatre in Alpena, Michigan:
I'' "Pass away one quiet evening here." '
6 Last week's issue of the Alligator gave the schedule of games for an In. In Portsmouth, Ohio: "For sale, Satisfactory for Men and Boys

F ter-College Football Tournament as formulated by a committee composedof female billy-goat." f 808 Franklin Street Tampa, Fla
a representative from each college on the campus. This tournament In South Holland, III.: "Dr. Ketteh
should arouse the utmost enthusiasm among the members of the various -Dentists every Friday."
Colleges. The usual excuses for non-participation in athletics, "I'm not big In Chicago: "Come in and surprise -
enough," and "I don't know anything about the game," cannot be used to yourself." "Free soup given away."
rdvantage in this? case. Rules and regulations for these contests were so "Seating capacity, 1,000 seats." I 1
drawn up as to bar those memn who would have:: their College team In Peoria restaurant. "Dinningroom. GREENLEAF & CROSBY COMPANY ;

"cinched," that is, men wearing the "F," 'Varsity men, and the wearers of ." (Jazz Band). i
the F. A. A. Hence there is an excellent char.ce for every man, regardlessof In a Hyde Park boarding house: "Noted For Quality"Diamonds t
his size and previous experience. "Guests desiring hot water bathsshould
Fine Jewelry China, Cut Glass and
,
There are four sides to every man's life, namely the mental, moral, social : arrange beforehand to avoid s
and physical-"- The development of one of these points at the expense of conflict and disappointment.: Silverware
ctheis will turn out a or.e-sided man. All four are to be encouraged, but In the hall of a Duluth fraternal I
the physical side is by no means the least important. Aside from the actual organization: "The seats in this hall 401 West Bay Street Jacksonville, Florida

development of the body to be obtained from the physical side, wa are for the Use of (:dies. Gentlemen Selection Packages Sent on Request .
i must consider the other advantages to be derived from such a tournament. are requested to take thm only aftr
I There are on the campus at present many men not out for the 'Varsity, the ladies have been seateJ. Class Pins--Rings---Medals--.Trophies
who should develop into excellent football material, with more or less:! *__. I
coaching, and who, for some, reason or other have failed to exhibit any DON'T YOU LOVE IT. I
interest in athletics whatever. These men owe it to their University to __ I
come out and try for these college teams. Who knows but that some star 1. When you get in the mess hall '
player might be developed that would be of untold value to the 'Varsity.And just in time to ru-ar the waiter say, AUTO SUPPLIES AND ACCESSORIES
Inter-College athletics are bound to encourage spirit. Each and everyman "No seconds on the meat?"
should take a distinct pride in the college in which they are em oiled. 2. Whet the girl; you b lug to the
Pride in your own particular college will go hand in har.d with pride and dance talks about:; every fellow there Goodyear and AjaxTires ]
s enthusiasm for your University. but, you?
WATCH FOR THE CALL, FELLOWS! 3. When one of your would-be and Tubes
baniel Websters gets up in the
I
SAVE--SERVE---SATISFY fcl(
student assembly .and wastes five 'I

I THE 'GATORS AS OTHERS SEE THEM.: minutes in saying nothing? Ii Gainesville Auto Supply CompanyJOHNSON'S
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4. When the "old mar comes
Florida 'Gators Are Off To a Great Start. The Margin of Their victory "pussy-footin down stairs just as: .
over Newberry is not nearly! so impressive as was the showing made by thtlrs you get set far an oscular demon- '.
\:-string squad. In Carleton, former Tech man, the 'Gators appa.ently stration of affection?
I have the best openfield runner they have had in years. They've got some 5. When you tell '-her" a lengthy PHARMACY

plungers up there, too, and it begins to look like there is line that may story on the phone and then have Drugs, Medicines, Stationery, Toilet and Rubber GoodsWe
stand a battering and still come back for more. The showir.g of the second "her" askWhat did you say?"
Guarantee Personal
Attention to Prescriptions. Only Purest
string men, of course, leaves much to be desired. But it is safe to believe -*-
Drugs Used. Low Prices, Quality Considered.
w f:' that Kline hasn't had as much personal work with them as they need. If Patience. -Ha n't Peggy come out .
he can develop some fighting reserve strength we ought to have a great of the water yet? Gainesville, Florida. Ifr -
'Gator eleven this year. And with a*really strong machine from Ga'nes- Beatrice--Oh yes, long ago. She'sin
I vine, the Tulane battle here November 6, should be a classic worthy of the her bath house.
name., Tampa Tribune. Patience-But what keeps her there
i so long? I
I DROP IN
Beatrice-She bought one of those
HOUSEHOLD HINTS '.
new combination bathing suits, and I.
guess she's forgotten the combina OTTO F.
To remove fruit stains from linen so that they will not return-use a pairof STOCK
scissors. tion.-Yonkers Statesman.

A little Portland cement added to oatmeal, while boiling will give it body.To *
entertain women visitors-let them inspect all your private papers. HOPEFUL.The Tailor
i To keep rats out of the ptnry-put the food in the cellar.
c The odor of cabbage, onion and many other vegetables while being cookedi landlord came to collect froman
i offensive to most persons, but can be destroyed by first coating the stove old negro widow. Alteration Cleaning Pressing
with rubber. "We stole this." "Where is "
your hucband? Phone 354 GainesvilleAmerican
"Poor Rastus," she replied: "I hope

TODAY. he's gone where I 'spects he ain't."-

iegler Magazine. ,
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You can take a bathing beauty to water, but you can't make her go in. ; -----------:-:::: \\
The way of the transgressor is expensive.It JUST A MINUTE I Ii 11111. .- =
was once considered clever to ask when the 11:20 train arrived. Now

it'sa, matter of opinion.If A man called at the address where I Ia I IIIII Shoe Repair Co.mIl ---I
every mon loved his neighbor as himself he'd be arrested as! .a Jack th?
donkey had been advertised for and
Hugger. I Shine Parlor
sale. The
door
; .Homeb rew is harmless if not taken internally. The American LegionWeekly. was opened by a
small boy. The caller said: "I have I I IIII Geo. Tampas and Louis Eliades
j :ome to inquire about the Proprietors
'" donkey. (II I,IIIIIIIIII'
TH OTHER WOMAN.: Whereupon the boy went to the foot its West Iain Street N. Phone 139
Newspaper headline: "Osteopaths wife obtains divorce. he. fact that of the stair and called out: "Father, I II I," ,, J V. --me2ent: ; > Roam 31 Buckman

7 f the osteopath massaged th women seemed to have rubbed IU$ yo_ng wife I you're wanted."-Friends' Iz.telligen-I:I IIII I Gainesville Flo rid a
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I 4,1 r- (_; ,-. I Her Waterloo This Saturday I II jj.Ile Come to CLEARWATER.

I (;2I P'/.zJt/lta .q. (:q 'lYi isI7 CH1'2I I, <,Cohii..Ucd irora first; pei ,I \\ On -6Ac lu.r

A: '. + I Cleanvater Beaches offer you the most attractive place
v: had their third tau-h'own by C. AnI j| r#' for your summer outing, where you can enjoy salt water
The Smile Follows the SpoonDomain's i demon over left end, Carlton for i! surt bathing in the Gulf of Mexico. Good bath houses,
'< f third; time kicked: goal. j pavilion, fish dinners, bowling, boating and above all good
i During the final quarter it boked'as motor roads right to the beach. New hotel with ample
j; .; tf if Florida: would get ar otv.touchdown. .<- accommodations ready July 1st, right on the beach. Cot-
+ ,: After Hughe, had'marl: tages for rent, available now. \Vrite for information to .
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BOARD OF TRADE
bs.ry's one yard lire, Florida tried
-, Biccle lL very device to put it over, but th CLEARWATER, FLA. \. 1
I Shop final push was not there, for New '' .ft:
I berry held for four downs. Xjwb -r y "'I:'''''r' =-41.U.,tW-II_"_.'.. !1. ." -!\; .-r-_=\<-->2a.?.' sUniversity .-ii "l -.. -
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I kicked to the 18 yard line but hard- H iuiit !iij:
FOR BICYCLES, ACCESSORIES AND REPAIRS. J ly had the teams lined up before the
shrill blase of the whistle announced ;

( _- the end of the game. ... $ .... ..
Every man on the team played s) '
, r- THE NEW YORK RACKET well it would be a hard matter to | .
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pick any particular hero. Bob Swanson j
Agent ForF1"rslieim
J was taking everything ;:'n and th j .. students, by .

Shoes way he grabbed those would-be-long-1! .. patronizing The White House j
end runners was a great sight to wit- .
I j Dining Room, may enjoy the .
,
ne-s. Captain Baker, at tackle wa
a-- -- : satisfaction of knowing they
r ,I stopping the entire Newbsrry line.
Bi; Bake was into everything and I have the finest service and most :

played havoc with the opponents passTootie -I delicious food on the market .

I Gainesville Furniture Co.D I II es. Perry and Conk Otto both I'' Gainesville Table d'Hote .

played & magnificent game at guard.Ev.ry : meals, $1.00. Parties and Ban- :
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one expected this, for ;
the// 4 uets by special arrangement.
are rated as two of Florida's old .
liables. Tootie covered center- I For Table Reservations p
R. COX, Proprietor.Phone part
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I .'" I of the time and demonst ated he has 4) Phone 295. \ 4

86.Spirting lost r one of his passing abiLt'es.: The .' .. .
White House
: Wilsky playing regular center gave Dining RoomGainesville's .

r i. : J fan some ral fcntball stunts : Social Center :
-Iju J as he was hurt he could not dostice
:Ir- [ to himself. It certainly diJ 1 .
the Tutors good to wa' h Jim Mer- Q
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1 rin ploy thru the llnHe: just couJ! ..... .. .
Goods

I I not ewberry be stopped crowd, in and gjod to humor keep Stan the. :::_: ;: : :: :'_::: ;'- -=':_::$ ..:._::t "':-- :..; ;.;---

Foot Ball Base Ball, Lawn Tennis, ,ky wa given a chance but he keptup 'ji, The Alachua} Restaurant and lunch Room. +
Jim's tactics by plungir.; right rt( ,
Hardware of AH Kinds. through. Vandergriff played his first M : i
FOR
+ LADIES AND GENTLEMENHalf
game for Florida *rnd put up the +
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THE THOMAS COMPANY. expected Red Headed scrap. Whenit
a Block: from Atlantic Coast Line Depot i,
I '. came to nailing th? speed artists
Phone 22. he took in all hsnds.Trose ."* Telephone 507 Gainesville, FJat

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gers, ei ds; Barr. Rich rds. Mshan- Hello Fellows T'' .. ..
T nah and Loom's bnc!::ields; Robinson -
Palm Parlor
: .. and Ford Hn t'1"n.!
Glad to renew friendship with last
Florida year and
has c ta!" 'd the ball a-roll- men to
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have the priviledge of getting acquainted
'If ing. and the rragi- "hart points to atjlo I with the new boys.
ious and All of you are welcomed to bane out here and ]listen to the
i __ "ICE CREAM DE LUXE" ._ Four weeks h'overwhelming- success Sporting returns which we handle '\y wire.
'nrp: when the shade:
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of evenirr; fell th- bell will be toll Nuff Sed
Popular and Classical Sheet :Music. High Grade Candle: I ing for Georgia's:: wrecked machine.

Crane's Exclusive Stationery.Eyes There will be wa ling and gnashingof
Burnett Clothier
teeth. but Florida will! smile anti The
i keep on going in a blaze of glory.

Tested Glasses Fitte i
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We Do Our Own Lense Grinding Ton you can drink:, smoke and : f:

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i With the organization of the Os- Her hair: is golden

: The home of good pictuers. ceola County Club, of The University J And sliken in its i '
: of Florida, on Tuesday evening, Oct- Her eyes are brown |
I 12, 1920, there fias.Tcome into being The largest I have -
: t NEXT WEEK PROGRAM I
F a new society upon the campus of Her ears are small cow.Ex.'W".a

f S 1t. "Unseen 'Vitness"t old U. of F., a society that is expected j j Her checks are soft 1 : f|
:. to bring
more new men into our I[ Her neck seems
1 i ; Mon. "Square Shooter" midst in years to come, and to aid I Her teeth, her nose I
J materially in the growth of our in- I can't portray I!ftM' .1
i Tues. "Help yourself" stitution. Heretofore, the number of'I But this 111 say for ;

.' Wed. "Misleading Widow" Osceola county men in U. of F. has I She's sure a dandy -...... -
been so small as to make the organization !
P I
I Billie Burke.) of an Osceola County Club an '
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I impossibility, but this year we felt t "
,1j Thur. Love Without Question. that such an organization could be delayed '
II no longer.

i: Fri. "Poor Simp" At this first meeting, after the decision -I

to organize a club was reached Foot Ball DopeAn

Dr. Joseph Roemer, the new Professor by those present, the following officers'
of Secondary Education left were elected:
Thursday for two days' work witn President. W. Ames. I

the high school teachers of Volusi Vice President"'. M. Tiller. "Official" RuleIf

i. county. He will be in Daytona Fri- Sec Treas.-H. L Edwards j

day, and in DeLand Saturday. Mr. Sgt. at Arms-V. W. Wilson. |

Cawthon, the State high school inspector Some further business was trans- our clothes "four we're "pendalized"the
acted, and a decision was reached by
will accompany Dr. Roemer
on this trip. During the past week the members to start at once a cam- j full amount you paid for them

,,, the Ocala and Orlando high schools paign aimed at the bringing of ne\7' You "block that kick" with these clothes. -
men from Osceola county to the University -
were inspected, with the view of placing -
them on the list of Southern Ac- next year. It is hoped that i .
a" credited High Schools. this club, as well as being a social
;
>l: organization for its members, will be You have a right to "kick" when the .

jt; Great interest is being shown come a valuable factor in the devel- price of a good suit "runs in" on your
opment and growth of our Urivers-
the Football
II among Varsity men con-
I.! cerniLg Saturday's game with Rol- ity. I "extra cash".

lins. The College Inn is again offer- H. L. EDWARDS, | "signal" for a
But you wont even
Treas. Club.
Osceola
Sec'y
\ ing a five dollar trade ticket to the County I
man who makes the longest run for a r ,' "fake kick" when you see the stylish,
I touchdown and it is expected that the A new addition has been made to''
all wool Hart Schaffner & :Mark clothes -
,
award will be made as the hesult ofa the already many features of the

touchdown in Saturday's game College Inn. Anthony Brothers, outfitters we're selling at
for men, have installed a branchof
St. Petersburg High School easily their Gainesville store and students $31.50, $36.50, 5-12.50,5-16.50,557.50
.4 walked away with the Southern sec-
will now be able to get their smaller -
ond team last week with a score of
haberdashery without having to
47 to 0. If this is a sample of the
I' make a trip to town. The Inn will
Southern Scrubs then Florida should
carry a full line of shirts, underwear,
.. win from their first
team by a score I
'; neckwear, and small goods. The
i of 120-0.
> same prices will be found as are list- i
: : Look Out Southern-'Gator Meat: '
ed in the
store uptown. t
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4 The Florida Alligator will publish Pork Production-W. W. Smith.
inthe future, a list of new books as Farmers Encyclopedia of LiveStock

..I they arrive for the library and will! -Wilcox and Smith. .

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the additions as they are made.

,}; The library now has a bound volume ;
of the Stars and Stripes, which fl f
I is a complete collection of the papers x4 l
. : issued by the American troops white

in France, and also one volume of nnlversary a 8

the Hatchet, which was edited by
American sailors on the battleship
'i Washington.

J ; Among the other new books now on I
IsNowOn
file are: II
: Alternate Transformers in Theory

q and Practice-J. A. Fleming. ,
I': Theory of Heat-T. Preston We Are Offering
I
.. : F Woodrow Wilson and His WorkW. -
f': C. Dodd.Chapters i
i; i on Aim and Practice in Michael-Stern Suits

: I Teaching-F. Spencer.

Flute and Violin-J. L. Allen Value First
Clothes"
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;: Technique of One Act Play-B. R. ''J
I I Lewis. FOR YOUNG MEN
i Principles and Practices of Poultry

Production. Robinson. $29

*- $52

t, The Bon Ton is the place to t Suits Usually Sold at $50 to $60 .

meet all of the girls, they make "TKo Store Accommodating'Come ,

I, ..hat,... their 1__store .K to Jacksonville ,
r1'The
Or Mail Order
girls wan jor you at the You
\!' Will Save
'; Popular place 'The Bon Ton' i. $20 to $30 I

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POST OFFICE EXPRESS STATION CHECKS CASHED TELEPHONE AND fi,

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AS THEIR CROFTEN HEAD 1 1i i': I.o.2 .[ er9 s the Sttre.> -


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STUDENT WHO DISTINGlisiIED '!
U. OF F. ;
HIMSELF BY1 I '

1 WINNING PLACE IX LEGISLATURE -I for College MenThe : -

WILL LEAD HIS CLASS 1 .

FOR 192021. I _
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3s'+ The old pre-war "pep" of the law ,:".:-:-, .- .
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returned last Saturdayhen I ;
College ; .
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members of the Junior Law Class met i I P' : Accepted Auoy on.
for the purpose of perfecting the or- "" '
ganization of their class and framinga :
constructive program to be carriedout I :x 'Fashions for Young Men: '
during the 1920-21 session. L.l I .
C. Crofton, who has already .'.j'\\ : : .
distin-I :tl .
guished himself as a politician ,1"' ,

a dency.unanimously M. C.elected Whitehurst to was the chosen I''I /, The success oflis; establishment in outfitting young men

VIce-presIdent; J. V. Keen, secretaryand
treasurer; W. J. Bivens, preS3 re- for their collegiate careers is based upon a knowledge of

and M. II. Rosenhouse, scr-:
poi ter i
geant-at-srms. : what young men demand-and having just what they

k All members and optimistic of the class in their were outlook enthusiastic -- f.:". ,': \ : ".::', want when they want'it, at a price consistently) low with


their for whole-hearted the coming year co-operation and pledged'toward ,; k <.( 5 the certain quality. _

every movement which tends
toward the upbuilding ar.d progressof -
both the Junior Law Class and the The broad guarantee that covers every item of Porter ap-: : ,

combined Junior clashes.* -- } _,..:f pare! protects you in the buying and after you've left town '_ I

, AG. CLUE If for any reason you are not entirely satisfied with'the S?17(1(

The Ag. Club had & short, but interesting ice rendered-just send it back and well
meeting last Monday nigh either rsplace,it_ J
The program of the previous week x
, was completed, Mr. Len B. Tan giv- !' ,.. or refund your money. ,' :.-_' ._, .' :
ing a splendid talk on the Agronomy "
Department of the College cours3.;
Prof. Willoughby th,n gave seve al .
humorous readings from Josh Billings I } Come and See the N t. .
which were highly appreciated.Mr. I :: :, c, 11 ( tv .
: B. W. Amos spoke on "Horticulture rc: : ; if
Stocks
Porter'sCLOTFTES' "
i as a Profession," znd: what the j j of '
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college had to offer in this depart- !| ,, ,
ment. The regular meeting then ad- j'
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jour*ed without further business All : J
football men stayed and plans for the ;;i
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Ag. College team were formed. Mr. "
D. A. Hunt was elected manager and t J !, ;
about 35 men signified their inten- ., i
tion to help him place the Ag. College .
on the map in intercollegiatefootball. \ <
We might say here that the for College Men
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part in 'varsity football. Any Ag. ..- '; .

football given his man name who is urged ha:; not to see already Mr.- dy $ $ v): ',- .

Hunt ,at once. ..Ik 4 5. 500 0. : if Z '

B.Ag.W..loT...AMES Club Reporter., I ;): ""-

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FIRST MEETING OF TAMPA .
CLUB TO BE HELD TUESDAY I EVERY NEW WEAVE AND COLORING IN 'APE -
NIGHT IN THE GYMNASIUMThe ;
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Tr mpa Club will hold its first .
meeting of the 1920-21 session at i;, MODELS; HAND-TAILORED, ALL-WOOL.
7;30 p. m., Tuesday, October 19, for '

the purpose of electing officers and;,! ,
planning its program of activities' \'
for this 'ear. The members of this Knox Boyden and Many NewManhattan '
club are so numerous and so widely _
tatttred that every one is asked to'' and Caps Porter Shoes
Shifts
kit dly co-operate in the efforts of the : : ._. y
club to secure a full attendance bygiving -
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1 ou are assured of the best at't .
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We have an electric Piano for :

J your benefit at the Bon Ton, I .

Come in and hear it. .-
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railroad depot?" j, .
Citizen: "What's the matter, John, A
t lost'" NASHVILLE "In the Heart of Three Big Cities" ,
hinaman: "Xo, Me here. Depot BIRMINGHAM
lost" Cor: 5th and Church ,. Jacksonville, Corner Bay and Laura. 1922-24 First Avcnu *"
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LENTO ENGINEEKS FARR LITS HAVE GREAT -rFI..yE-T INSTRUCTORS
# +; GREAT WIT AT MEETING SESSION SECOND MEETINGThe ARE ADDED TO COLLEGEOF r.LOTHING G
<' i ENGINEERING CORPSThe HENRY GIDDENS ,
f The Benton Engineering Societyhad Farr Lit. held its usual snappy -
its first regular program last meeting lat::; Monday night, present- College of Engineering! has
Monday evening. This was very successful ing a live program and discussing been extremely fortunate in securing -
indeed, from the standpointat I matters of vital interest to the so the services of Commandeiflolme :! Solicits the business of College men, guaranteeingcorrect
1 Mechanical
least of the participants, who enjoyed ciety.Mr.. as instructor of quality and
i grade workmanship
k thoroughly being through with' Edwin Brengle gave a splendid Drawing, Mr. P. H. Lucas as assist styles, high ,.
I their jobs. reading and Mr. S. O. Linderlie gave ant structor of Mathematics, and
The catalog of wit and beauty dis- expression to some of the latest hu- Prof. Bresth.. as assistant in Civil

'' played was as follows: Engineering, this year. Hats
t, mor.An retired Knox Hats Stetson ,
1. The inartculation of the EntJ' impromptu debate was held on Commander Holmes is a
t gir.eer-Ir. Leisher (excellent). I the question: "Ro.:;olved; That the naval officer, having graduated from

tJ'. 2. Humanizing the Engineer-:Mr.: hen came before the egg." The de- the Naval Academy at Philadelphia Hanan Shoes
t.
: Tatom. (not so good, and why not i I baton were all "rats," the affirma- in 1890, and since then he has had
humanize the Lawyers first). I ticve being represented by M. Connel thirty years of continual r.aval serv
I : : 3. Hardirg and Cox as viewed by I I and M. J. Daffin, and the negative by ice. He has been senior instructor in Peet Kuppenheimer and
t II associates-Political Perkins. (The i J. W. Phillips and Bob Harris. After Marine Engineering for a number of Roger ,
t ; rottenest thing on the list). I careful consideration the judges set- :years, and has supervised various

: .: 4. Humorous reading, "The Irish. I I If tled this question for all time by rendering other departments of naval engineer Pranc! Clothes
f:.I. .t man and the Lady."-Mr. Donald Hub- )I their opinion in favor of the ing. Mr. Holmes who is also a member Society I
I bard. (Poor poem, but good ) of the American Society of Chem-
hen.At
i J' 5. Direct Current Events, moran.1 I the next meeting a program ical Engineers is expected to make a
kl' livered by Mr. Wallace :\ ( will be presented and matters of the welcome addition to the already I
comments are not the reporter's). I II I: utmost importance to the society will trong faculty of the College! of En

I 1: I After this revelry of intellect the' be considered. It is urgent that ev- gineering. Henry Giddens Clothing Co i
new arrivals were welcomed into the II ery member of the Art:; and Science *

I 1', society as members in good standingby College be present. NOTICE TO LITERARY SOCIETIESThe Tampa, Florida.
the well known transmission line I' ROY B. HOSKINS.
rr.ethod. I, Budget Committee requeststhe Giddens Building The Clothing Corner -
J Mr. Watkins announcement of a I i I VOCATIONAL CLUR presidents of the various literary uranium at Lafayette Phone 2267 .
meeting of the A. A. E. to be held I 1 I societies on the campus to hand in
was of interest to many men who The Federal Voocational Club was to the Secretary of the Studer.t Body I II
want to get into that live wire so-I organized last Tuesday night in the association a bona-fide list of mem- I

: ,, ciety. Agricultural Building. All arrange bers in their respective societies not -
Another all-star program next ments were made for making this the later than October 24th. i Popular_Goods at Popular Prices ;,

week. Turn our) fallow engineers, greatest year in the history of the This means money to those inter _ATBURKHIMS- -
and let's make this the greatest bull- ested.
slingers convention held since the club.The (Signed) W. G. WELLS.
meeting opened with the reading -
days succeeding the proposal of the Se l' h ry-Treasurer.W .
of the History and Constitutionof
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JY.A.
S new members. Seventeen men weru + + i
I i'' Forty per cent of the full Professors present ar.d very one showed great: + ALUMNI NEWS NOTES + -= -- .;- --1-) -.-, -- -----
I of the entire faculty of the University enthusiasm the + g"
over present
pros-
; of Florida hold doctor of philosophy + + + + + + + + + + The
t pects and pledged themselves to pull B .I
degrees. This university was together with the same old punch: Paul D. Ban s, '20 is practicing + al ey Clothier I
established in 1905. Twelve members law in Miami.
that they used while in Germany.
of the I Luther L Blrckbrrn, "20: i3 .
-. faculty are mentioned in the 1F : principal ft TANTPK 1 FLORID

1920-21, "Who's Who in America.- U tell 'em bellows-you're full of of the school at Bbuntstown

J The Collegiate World, (Chicago, 111.) wind. Florida.; M Suits $37.50 to $75 I

i ......A . & &A A ... .. .. .. .. .. .. & & & .. .. .. .. .. B. D. A-:anu. '*f G \\-'-o vas principal : I
TTV ........... .. 9...... vI of schools at Tt: :sville last year, jJ Ready--to-put_onSPEEDIE'S I
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I is at home in G.i i.aavi'.l3.: He is .I _- u
: thinking of giving up teaching. ''- I

4 Liflen Fellows : R. K. Van Carr Po 16, is with the

I State Rod Dc-artment:: and is sta- --

: To test the value of "Alligator" Advertising we : tior ed at Fros ::: roof, Fla.C. \ ( I

C. Smell :10, is also
: are offering the startling bargain combination below : in practicinglaw : ; PLACE
Miami.? He wa: recently
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