The Florida alligator
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 Material Information
Title: The Florida alligator
Alternate title: Summer school news
University of Florida summer gator
Summer gator
Alternate Title: Daily bulletin
Orange and blue daily bulletin
Orange and blue bulletin
Page of record
Physical Description: v. : ; 32-59 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: the students of the University of Florida
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: October 22, 1920
Publication Date: 1912-1973
Frequency: daily except saturday and sunday (sept.-may); semiweekly (june-aug.)[<1964>-1973]
weekly[ former 1912-]
weekly (semiweekly june-aug.)[ former <1915-1917>]
biweekly (weekly june-aug.)[ former <1918>]
weekly[ former <1919-1924>]
weekly (daily except sunday and monday june-aug.)[ former <1928>]
semiweekly[ former <1962>]
weekly[ former <1963>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 24, 1912)-v. 65, no. 74 (Jan. 31, 1973).
General Note: Summer issues also called: Summer school ed., <1915>-1920 and again in 1923; summer issues also called: Summer ed., <1921>.
General Note: Has occasional supplements.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000972808
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System ID: UF00028291:00297
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Preceded by: Orange and blue
Succeeded by: Independent Florida alligator

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Florida AlliQator



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Will Meet the Men W'jo Last Year ---- .__ __ ,
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Defeated F'orJda's' STub and ICI BOO RG IS Granted Charter This Week-Will be RA. SNOBS[ WELLDECORATED Every Student Asked to Place
Strong Factor in
Tell Them Different: Story Fraternity Application if He Can


Has :Men Better Tra'ned E"en Than I

When They :Me; Neu berry- Several Sips Among; Old Men, and Men Will be Voted on For Club and

And fouther'ard Won't ::akc..s Highest Batting Average in Twelve Ilat!"-:More Sigma Nus I Children::: Arr ncha' ins Splendid!* Will Practice for Night of

Crow Again. Organized Baseball and StepsFrom Armed This Year under Tut r'ng: of the Old Men- Our Perfornamces.

State Class. Buttons .Are Well Pressed
When the Univesity of Florida
For the past week Coach Kline has The Sigma Nu National I
Fraternity Greater Minstrels went out of existence -
Florida's wreck GRAND RAPIDS, Mich., Oct. 16. Makes Highest Bating Average in
been puting machine -
ng -hie g anted a charter Tuesday to the Na at the close of the 1913)-'29 session
players are going from the Organized: Bacchall::: and Steps
tr"'u"'h! some gruelling tests. Sigma Local : the I
bringing number of
Central to higher class legues this From State Class. after the most successful s a-
He is 'sfied that when Southern
sr and National Fraternities on the Campus! Felows-don't listen to Anthony, son in the history of that organ! 1- ','
year good judges of playing I :
bucks against: the eleven chosen one3 to six. ;
from the University they will succumbin ability predict that every one of them "Fletch" Burnett, L. J. Burkhim, orTohn l:.cn, there spang into being an orb:- "'.
vill make the grade. The petiticning group whose picture B. Stetson himself as to the ation unique in character, purpose ;
Florida's quick attack has been improved The pennant winning Grand Rap- feared in the Seminole last 'atest styles in millinery-its plain "... and membership,-The Masqueraders. -_
betl ids club will contribute three in year was made up of six Sigma Nu's be s"n that the wearin" chic little fhr. exponents of the "burnt cork"
defense is
ter upon.and than the The even whole [ Catcher Rhinehart Kress, First Base- and twelve pledges from the student verdrnt, headgear, toped by a golden considered the time ripe for the ,

expectations. .nan Lance Richbourg and Outfield. body Ths: year three more Sir:: button. suitable for pressing and a building} up of a higher order which
team working together, playsare :r Howard Pennington. came to Gainesville: and six m:n were gc.I.i'n F is quite the thing this year, would go down in the history of .the '
tricky ab"' there is
and: ve all a
Richbourg leads the league in bat- pledged at the opening of school at 1"asi the FresH"s seem to agree University as one of its most out-

wcnderful Since disrlayf N wh pep. ting w.th tne highest average mad These rren rented a hous back of V'rt: it',; quite the: healthy thing and standing features. With only the
the Florida
rry scrap this year by any player in organized Mrs. Ramsey's and entered the Fraternity "n spa: of all these headgear connon- germ of the bigger idea to work upon
has had no outside games; as Rollins circle here discussed the far into the
backed water last oaseball, .429, in a league whicn has as a k';::11. Sine :'uiors can tell ;you about proper cap- they plans
Saturday. Hence
only;: four men above the .300 mark. hat time they have g'n a lead: ex- tal! decoration. There's an old saying night and at last resolved upon the
when Southern
lines up against Kress has all :orcting to receive a charts frets the that a green top saves a red bottom. purpose of devoting their future en
caught but few
Florida the! a
pent of twc
up energy National the establishment of such
Fraternity. Flo-i a's dorgies to an
.ca' pus has become a
james played by the Grand
weeks will explode anl Southern wil'be !
elub, and Pennington has fielded Sigma Nu is one; of the largest )f dau us bonnets, and the grassy organization as no other universityin
soaring in the air while! the 'Gator sen-
will I oationally. "national Fraternities in the c-'untry '-ead;"ar is seen on every hand, adorn- the south can boast of.
be basking behind the goal:
to the tune of about thirty points.posts Lance Richbcurg left here last yearto and the granting of a charter her" "n<" '.h knobs of the rats, as theyflutter Its primary purpose and origin is

This will be some fight and is being go to the Michigan: State League, I peaks well for the standing and here and there about the cam- to bring before the public the Uni-

locked forward to by thousands of on the- 'Gator diamond. growth of the University as a wh 1 le., "us. pressing: gratefully upon the versity of Florida as an institution

loyal rooters. After Southern: Men of Florida will be interestedin It is expected that in tim nth"r Fra ''utt<"ns to peserve their reputa which is alive with interest, abreastof

under th" others! will follow in goes thr this clipping from the Atlanta ';ernities will establish Chapters!! here Hens among the old men. As Vanity I the times, modern in every respect

sam path. >ournal, concerning one of the old n proportion to the growth; 0: t..c Ta'r: would say-they are "Chic and capable of anything and second to
'Gator school. ::r;-py Jaunty and distingue." none.
The Southern Qualified list men has helped
was recently -
announced as follows: Florida to many a victory, and last The Sigma Nu's and asscc'at-'s whc The rats are to be complimented, The charter members of the lids

K Bell year was assistant Coach to Phelan, petitioned the National Frat>rn.'tare ;; \ I .o\vver, upin the faithfulness with I pueraders include only those men who

C Crowley, Geo. Kira. and: the following clipping tells something George W. Milam, G. W. B -3-.vr. vHeh they are adhering to the newcJ'm were mmb'f' the Minstrels last
J. Pattrn, D. OMger, W. Skipper, F Joe W re rules. Not in one instance and
of his success.LIBRARIAN Dalton. Raymond Blackly:1 year. A constitution was adopted
Fulford J. Hathcock, A. S'..ith, A. Rondo hoe it been to bring of
Hatton, G. C. Alderman, W. necessary one rules and regulations were laid down
Hanner Winters F. Wheby, J. C"'wsert, M. H. Tripp, George Hartman, Louii Ta- *he-n before the council of rat discipline as to the functioning of the different
Wegman WILL
tom, Arthur Crago, Harry Merchant so zealous have they been i in departments; officers were elected
T. Simcnds :j/Mcleod. Marshall.
E. Truman Green, R. P. Redman, A. T their respect to the "old men". and a plan adopted for the eligibilityand
Brutcn J. Miller. F. Leslie, L ASSIST DEBATER Hollinrake admission of members. The
R. B. Hoskins June R. The new
Johnson, T. Strickland. T. Beasley_ council will meet regularly and
Gunn, Eric Boswell and Claude Barc organization is to be conducted on a
C. Calvert, C. Thigpen, J. McGaughy every offender will be hauled up to
fraternal and
IN REFERENCESPuting Pledges this year are Deely Hunt, C. basis the emblem of
W. Tompkins C. Guttridge, R. Sau C. Colly R. A. Simmons, T. D. Hen- account for any misdeeds. It is to recognition is to bt a miniature gold

rez, B. Cole, T. Scofield.HEADQUARTERS. Iy, A. C. Cooper and Harry King. be hoped that this will not be very mask, worn on the lapel of the coat.

Books Aide!; for Forensic often as everyone wants to build up Tn order to become member a candidate -

Aspirants-New Literature Obtained the traditions of the University.One must fill out an applicationcard

R. O. T. C. UNIT. UNIVERSITY OF for Students. NEW PROFESSOROF thing svou'd be observed be given a tryout as to his abilities
FLORIDA. fcr the benefit of all the litera and then be elected to member-

GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA. societies! on the Campus, that will MUSIC HERETO strictly and that is '-" touching of ship by the active members at a regular .

October 19th, 1920. Jebates on current topics included the button when speaking to an old meeting. It will be both an hon-

GENERAL ORDERS) -n their weekly programs, the Libra- man. Every man. or and an accomplishment to be a

No. 2. ) ian wishes to announce that there TAKE CHARGE! The regulation in regard to the Masquerader.

1. Pursuant to the authority \ville be posted for the convenient wearing of rat caps is going to be Here is a brief sketch of the plans

vested in the Professor of Military of all. a list of reading touching the now being carried out for this season.
rigidly enforced
Science and Tactics at the Universityof subject, whenever such a request i is Professor Brown, Formerly Director 1 and every new man Several one or two act plays will be

Florida by the Secretary ofVar made. in Kissimmee High School Will should be on the alert to observe the staged during the season in additionto

and the President of the University, Newly arrived books that shouldbe Have Charge of Band and rules. the big feature which will be pre-

the following appointment in the Ca of interest to all students of his Orchestra. sented to the public in the spring.

det Battalion is announced: tory and sociology are: John Hopkins "' : ..- -.", :; "f The minor plays will be put on by entirely -
J. V. Blume to be Sergeantto Studies and History in Political The University is cosidered very : Y :1-.I_ [_Q;a't'Ctl' ; I'i new material with the view ofbringing

fill original vacancy in "D" Com- Science, Columbia Universities Stud fortunate in securing for this year's out talent for the big play.

'pan '. ies and History in Economic Law, band director, L. B. Brown, who arrived :MRS. H. R. THOMPSON.ft The feature play is now complete after

By order cf Major Ward: both of which contain doctors Thesis at the campus this week. fg.cH 1 I having been worked on all summer.

D. B. Knight, for University graduates. There i.s Prof. Brown is a graduate of Pennsylvania 1- The students of the Law Col-7: I It is to be an Oriental Extravaganza,

Cadet, 1st. Lieut., also a volume of the Essentials of City College and for the past -loge as well as the entire student!?I* I similar to Belasco's play now run

Battalion Adjutant. American Constitutional Law b y few years has been director of music | f body extend their deepest sym-< ning in New York the Sun Daughter

Thorpe.: in the Kissimmee High School. Dui '"Apathy to Professor H. R. Thompscn (one entire act of which will be reproduced -

Other books of note include, WhosWho ing his connection there he turned in the recent loss of his wife I ), and East is West, another

CARD OF THANKS. in America 1920, Rural out what was considered the best :who passed from this world last 2 ; hit in New York which has enjoyed

Uplift Service, Chicago Tribune Almanac 1 high school orchestra in the state and Saturday afternoon. i an exceptionally long run. The director
B. Kennard, wishes to thank the for 1920, Statesman year book, probably the entire south. s. of the Masqueraders spent

ersity boys and the people of Patterson's Educational Directory for The new director 'Jf three weeks in the theatrical districts
esville for the is well pleased 1 1 1 1I 1 .1.1 el4'1ti'l 'i H i
many favors ex- 120, Rural Leadership by Rus, Outline with the material at hand this I of New York the past summer

:led to him during:; his recent be- of Social Philosophy by Mackenzie and is confident the University year of gathering together the material for

.ivement. Especifiy does he thank Social Teachings of the Bible,, Florida will again have one of the stringed instruments which will give \I the play, such as music, costumes,
many friends who were so kind Social Insurance by White, A Manuain bet!' co'p! ge binds in trrP every student a chance to learn to scenery and etc. The cast of the play

comobiles.to send flowers and loan their The Art of Fiction by C. Hamilton 1Later j on in! the year Mr country.Brows intends play quality some for instrument theIasqueraders and thereby-' calls for between 50 and 60 persons,
and Catullus Merril. I
by to start
class in
I i Club and similar organizations. ((Continued on page eighth

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RI Graham guy ". v" y T '" V ." '
tXX>uov.OOOOOOOOOCOOOOOOOOOO) "- 3 ''v r rff ering to this vvv y.- Jf :-,:':
: .' FLORIDA BARBER SHOP RATS LETTER TO HIS and then go and see the professors. \
I was
and let them also know
.I For Students and Others LOVING SWEETHEART[ I have made several visits it the :

Shaves .20 Haircuts .35 president's office since and one time: .

West Side Square Gainesville.OOOOOOCXX5OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOX5. Florida.1019Prohibition., he confided to me that he was sure t
University of
4, study I would be abl //J .:
that by hard
; :: : : within i CGCct/J
L. degree :
to secure my S. O. :
Dear Mary: know G 1
and so Mary you
three o
'J CO. As Caesar entered Rome in tri- years $ ti h
{. S. I to hear it.
how happy am
49 D. I entered the
umph in P. Q. so
Everything GroceriesFor University of Florida in Sept. 1920, You see now Mary dear whit, o i i i
'! is. Why they are ; :
I don't think. No brass band awaited nice place it A Good Place to Eat
: Goodness Sake Drink going to let us drill with real gun ]
the "Son of the Everglades as he
DORSF:Y'S DELIGHT UOFFKK instead of wooden ones and some club j ;
Qmerged from the cattle car and instead -

only the cries of a few two-bit enough Sophomore to furnish, by name us with has little been gn-r kind: ?) ........................ .
jitney greeted him. I
SPORTING GOODS all free for sixty-five cents. -
pawned my valuable Ingersoll for caps
i two-bits in order to get to my des- The other day I went to see a ga-n j I
; ; in which it se-'m*:
---- called I
tination and upon arriving here, foundit whit:
to see
that the purpose was
practically deserted or seemed so.
L KODAKSCUTLERY most sand in the
I stood in line for several minutes side could throw the
and at the same
other fellow's faces
gazing at the magnificient dormitor-

5 *es, then all of a sudden a vision appeared time advance several feet and placean
and Guitar
egg-shaped ball on the ground.One Viol.r. Mar doJin Stiirgs :;
unto me and lo it was Hawk-
4 tfiaw. After examining the identification fellow would talk to his men in

; Baird Hardware Co. tag hung around my neck, what seemed like the language of a i
then he would ALSO
this night prowler led me to my Chinese auctioneer and
Phone 7. Gainesville. bunking place. He then told me that shimmy off to one side in order to

he was selling radiator keys and was miss getting any sand in his eyes. Violin Supplies Now Carried in Stock

desirous One time a fellow thought he wouldbe
of selling me one and so I
El.fiUTKIi.: SHOE REPAIR purchased one, much to his satisfac- smart and -so while the others
tion. I then learned from him why were throwing sand at each other, he

DEPARTMENT the place was deserted. All of the took the ball and ran off with it KELLY-MILLER MUSIC COMrA

fellow had to arH cr op 't sure made the other fellows -
gone a party, given
.. by a Mrs. Swanson at a place called mad.
the 'VeHIary I must cease as it is
.'. "mess hall". Hawkshaw invitedne
I to attend if I felt the least bit unnecessary time for me to go and have another

in my lower extremities, degree conferred upon me by mv -
I bent fraternity. So v/it'i best wishes I --
; Ohesnut'sShoe 50 my steps toward the scene
if action. Unon arriving there, I remain,
found that refreshments Yours til: Niagria Falls,
; were being Lonesome Luke.ALITINI The Phifer State Bank i
: Stores served at long tables and so I quickly '
secured a chair and proceeded to I I

H o e s satisfy my sweet tooth with straw- I NOTES Strong, Safe and Accorrmodating I
berries or better known as "prunes."
.l. Satisfaction Guaranteed i j Maj. H. L. Eu Ier. '98, of the Coast
,f I had thus been eating for several I
Artillery Corps was recently trans
'J South Side minutes when
Square someone yelled "Rats i iout"
... .. .. ferred to Camn Mil's Corregidor Is- '
rib and T .inmnprl. nr ?.r .nr .J.n. : \
-j I -- -'''t'1" "'/ Vl .all.V land, P. I. He advises that Capt
escape them because I didn't like
i '
Hutch I. Cone, 89, was on the trans
idea of caching the Bubonic I
l' ;! See.Vidal Drug Company Suddenly I felt a thousand belts Plague.and : port which carried him across. Students Pressing Club

For Drug Stati Toilet the next morning when I II" '
I C. Articles, Candies, found this little placard over my :at Miami. "For Students, by Students"
" Souvenir Cards, Waterman's Pen' but growing. Nelson H. Or. T6 is with the _'

'1 s The fellows were mighty nice to me County Road D'pa"" "i-nit in St I. Work Guaranteed
and so before I had been here a week, .Johns County. His address is Y. M ,

I was pledged to one of the best fra- C. A. Building St. Aujru tine.

: SANITARY BARBER ternities on tie campus namely, "The I Chas. M. Fisher. '08. w a* nominatedin i Five pieces for One Dollar"j I
I-Felt-A-Belt" fraternity: There are i the democratic primaries for the
r several hundred degrees to travel in'' ]position of County Superintendent in Basement I
Science Hall
this fraternity and so in order to go 1 Dade County His address is Miami. I
thru all of them in one year, it is 'I'
Gainesville Florida.
necessary to have initiations Cant. Wm. H. Oom '
every j 14, who is 4uI- t-- Jd'
'. In Graham Hotel night. So far I have had some sixty I s stationed at Ft. Kelley' Manilla, P. oogJ "
degrees conferred ]L.[ is in the ) :)9 :>>
I upon me and so you : now States (on furlough) V
see I am progressing very rapidly. with> his bride. Pretty fine
honey- 1
The second day I was here, I went noon. 3 DICK KE1D i i s

i 'lj J. S. Bodiford over to see the president of the Uni-I W. C. Price, '12, is practicing lawn ;"$> Modes w
;: versity to let him know I was here Miami.You the Moment a

and on my way over I noticed this 'I 505 Franklin Strttt _
',, \, & Company little item on the bulletin board, are asSt1"cd of the ben at T:mJa.; Ftorid Ii Iio

; "Help me pay my gasoline bill, fel- : t Je.} Bon Ton for they hacit: Hats-----Clothing.rrrnifhinirs I i

Druaggist lows, by paying your registration ::11\\ ays. I.c ,. 1

I fee H. K. Graham: You may be ; :::z = ::= .. = .
; sure that the president \Ve have e'e"tric : :x = ==::: ::: o I
was glad to : an Piano forI'our
see me and he told me to go hand in benefit at the Bon Ton. Alex Francisco

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Cigars That's our business. The
\ Cigars.
\ Been ',
to School Yet !
r Bon Ton. .a Sunday :._ ?_ \Ve treat you right.

Why Not Come Out? : =-::: ;: ::::: ; :=-::; ::-::. :: ;:::::: :._:: s+. ..
i I j' j" Service:and Sanitation go hand -.
J Next Sunday is the time. The Baraca Class! of the I
i t. in hand at the Bon Ton. THOMPSON ELECTRIC COMPANYJ :
A Presbyterian Church meet at 9:30 Sunday Morning. Goodmusic
H .
t < MacD. Thompson '
Vil res 1.1 d S c
It is a pleasure to serve you a 4 and a good program. All University men ccrdialJv r Electrical a
M k* Supplies-.F.ixtlIrei Wholesale and Retail !
.!t J the Bon Ton, our clerks :street >fx>,invited to attend. A 102.104Vest> Lafayette St. .
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to have themCleanedBlockedand

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and I II I Clearwater'

Cigar Candy Store, Confectionary in Connection. Get Acquianted You Might With i ik Your(. Him.Neighbor WHEN 8 BfcCK HOWE 1,E, 8 BuY, COW IN SE: OUR f j jI

Imported Greek C inl!/ .75 lb. \loo East Main Street South UP-- I II
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The De Soto County Club held its j :
The scclal
Kappa Alpha Fraternity en- j t
first meeting of the 1920-21 session The Wabaca Club, composed of the tertained twice last Saturday with a Representatives from Leon County diate fUL a
Tuesday night, Oct. 12. There was a :I boy's from Washington, Bay, and Cal- "pop" dance in the afternoon following met in Room 70 Thomas Hall last day aft::_ A
good attendance of all the old men also -:I houn Counties, met last Thursday: the football game, and late in Tuesday night for the purpose of and invited
many "Rats" were there and anxious ( night in Room 107 Thomas Hall, at the evening at the Elks Club with a I organizing! the Leon County Club fort pLa
to get their names on the membership -' which time they elected the follow- larger affair planned in honor of Lira e year. The following officers were ing the
roll. ing officers for the ensuing scholasticyear Rollins College men who were expected -I fleeted to serve the Club for the term: friends .
J The meeting was called to order : here to play the 'Gators, but !I T. F. West, Jr., Pres., Jack Ashmore Club given
1 by the president of last year's club, L. C. Croften, President.S. who! cancelled their engagement. TS( : "ice-Pres., and Thos. Sale Sec-Treas- nity and
] Mr. A. L. Driggers. After a little B. Gaskin, V. President.J. party however, served as a delightful urer.FoPcwing. ball of the
discussion as to the best manner of !ladies the election of officers the
I R. Wells SecretaryTreasurer.Fred entertainment for young : near
choosing the officers for this school Sapp, Sergeant at Arms.. of the town and a number of i general discussion took place con- of Florida's
elected: :M. B. Knight Reporter. | visitors as well as many inv't i 'erning the probability of a banquet pre-season
T. H. Carlton President I After discussing matters of importance -j guests from the campus and other being held during the year and also of the old
f.l Thos Dimberline V-President I to the Club the new memberswere ;I fraternities. I II concerning the necessary work to be the girls :
l' J. K. Treadwell Sec. and Treas. I given "The Roll Your Own" and I I The hall was decorated in the Kappa done on the Seminole later on in the forward to
f O. M. Berg Reporter j "I've Felt-a-Belt," initiation. The i Alpha colors, and fruit punch year. Florida with
. A little discussion arose as to outlook for the year for the Wabaca is bearing out this color scheme, was The meeting adjourned until No- good times,
whether one "goat" could efficiently good and if plans discussed are carried -I served throughout the evening. Music vember 2, when every man *s: ...rgedto ner in
serve the club, and it was decided out they expect to have a year I was furnished by the University turn out and boast his:: ciuo. off.
that with the increase of membership !1'(I I I of real pleasure as well as one that l I Jazz, which appeared in its best form i!
that we would have this year, we : will bring many new men next year. since the opening ol sctiool. Prof. C-"We will have an exami- )IILIT
would need two "Goats"; "Rats"I( The date of the next meeting will be As it was on Saturday evening, nation in French tomorrow." !, :
Wiliams and Farr were elected to fill announced at a later date. dancing ended at 12 o'clock, but not Class-"Ex?" .
that office.J. until everyone in attendance expressed Prof.-"Yes, yes, examination, i
K. Treadwell A. G. Smith andF. Lake county men have formed a himself as having had one of the though, eh-I have it expreseed as, eh MSIV INF.
Chatham were appointed as a club of their own. They were in Citra best times of the season. -an unwarranted prying into a stu(I School of
committee to arrange for a social tote with the Lake Sumuter Club last dent's ignorance." dier.
given soon. )-ear. The elected officers are: I MSIII\
It was decided that the club would President, Carl Duncan, Vice Presi- :Mike-How did Jack get his face The Bon Ton is the place to TIONS-
meet the first Tuesday of each month dent, W. M. :Mahoney Secretary- all cut up that way? i 'V
at seven o'clock sharp. Owing to TWoSurer> R. K. Bishop, Reporter, Pik"-Went to a launching the meet nil of the girls, they make :
the short notice given before this J. V. Oberholtzer. other day and 1i'I Ld the pieces. that their store. I .
meeting was called, the date to receive .,
new members into the club was .:n! ! ! YYYY; ; ; ;! YY; ;! : Y; iEiH!; !T.hlffiffiffiffiififfilHKiSffiffiffiffiffiqififfiffiffiffiff: ! ; ; ; ;!: !KSSSififfiffiifl:: ;! *
set at Tuesday night Oct. 26. I!
Mr. J. Taylor the "Goat" of last MSIV
year, who had served us so faithfully I 1 FELLOWS 1 MSIV Inf.
laid before the new "Goats" all !f toon,
i the duties of that office. fi Before Cailing on Your Lady Friend !SSJ
meeting adjourned immediatelyafter
Call on Us tfjjj i

a short"Rat"talk Williams on what he voluntarilygave intendedto And take with you one of cur nice Frxes cf l H. G.

do this year while he was "Rat. for the :
1 FRESH CANDIES 1 icn of west
Pray let me kiss your hand he said visit
With words of burning love .... Hi
; andy !W fair which !
I can remove my veil she said Mr.
Much easier than my glove.Ex.Let's When you want to "Say i il with Flo.trs"m tor Rolfs .9'r i
m us have your order a few hours ahead a 1 I.d we will furnish you with is spending
have a rhapsody. Here goes x!: the choicest to be gotten fresr Hem the Hot He use -g R. W.
one from the Harverd' Lampoon: is
I iiir bite to A eat-Rhapsody.A I MILLER'S I bfiW bfiW of'n the Florida

fix !
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) Agents for xx ; ests which
BRANDED !: juncti-n
-, slin( // A. P.
When the donkey saw the zebra Whitmans ," v#/* Crown Log Cabin IFT ed from a

He began to switch his tail c-ast.
; On
jjj Tomlinson-Key Floral Co. W I <<
"Well I never, was his comment; 5 ; his work
"There's a mule that's been in jail." x ffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiSrara ricultural:
The Horse Lover. I ; : : Y; YYYY; ; ; ;! YY19i; Yfififi;! S1fiJ! !: !; !:;!fi !fii! lfi! i! ! 'y
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I i BURKHIMSINFORMATION All work. T. Moore guaranteed.A. 1 1Ias ment. LanInaIe! : :

i Room 105 F Sec. Thomas Hall. NEW LINE OF UNIVERSITY

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I If We can Give It to You don't I'. J
Hesitate to Call for It TIES

TI.I Gainesville Daily New ART and GIFT SHOPMaker +

Todays News Today ol PICTURE FRAMES O{>

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<*> College Brogues : Nick Damato !r: To the men Catnip off !

Leather Reinforced Basket Eall V'
andTennis "Best Tai'.or: in Tovw.
: Our
monthly rates will stand
. Shoes
.nF10J Glad to see you back Boys,
:' i : Prices always Reasonable Don't forget your old Tailor : prision with the Cafeterias of the

t L. C. SMITHUncle : .
Your Friends
................... ....(>..... Cleaning, t about Us,

\ Money to Moses Loan ; Altering, t Molnar's Dining !

\\e Carry a Full Line of Musical Instruments
ter,fla al I and Complete Line of Strings"Clothes" It X ext McCollum: :1 bore 5A 1-Drug Store : See our ad on page 8I

Watch for cur SALE Starting Oct. 30th.
JR \ 110-11U West Main Street. I
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Bill }i
FRIDAY night
!I ; BIVINS ERSTWHILE hotairARTIST Men Demand the

t Herbert G. Ford --.....---...-----.----.--.--.-.------u______-__ ______ __ __________.Editor in ChiefManaging THE ORIENTAL EXTRAVAGANZA
.' C. Stuart Hall, Jr._ _._.....-......-.--........-..----. Editor Best Clothes Values :

Truman Green ...----...---...-........- Assistant Managing EditorF. ATTENDED a chicken pilau. j
-..' O. Spain, Jr.......___________Sporting Editors .__..._....____._......__.< A,-r*?. o,;lee GIVEN BY THE B. Y. P. U. lowest ,
Cohen Har-old Klock, ... .. Reporters at the very
ROY B. Hoskins, Murray ---- -------- OF the Baptist Cv

Richard Knight ...._____....__.....-__ ......__..-_..._..-__-_._...._ SocIety EditorBUSINESS NOW BILL LOVES chicken ,

-.-.....-.-.............-..-..- ..- ---..-..-........-. ...--- MOST AS MUCH as a preacher. Price---- I
SO HE proceeded to
Herbert M. Friedlander _____...__._.___ ___..__________.______________u___ Business :Manager: AND HELP HIMSELF to that I

<' !, Maurice Stein ..... -..- -. ...--. ..-...-....-...........- -..Ass't. Business :1ar.ae: :." PILLAU once, twice,
Alex. White .-....--. -.--- --- -.--------- ---- Circulation .Manag>>r CHICKEN THIN: some more. Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes are sold at a

I .._._... _... .. .._ --.- ....-.-- .. THRICE AND I
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------------ NORTON,
I SNOWBALL small margin of profit to us. We lose
MECHANICAL DEPARTMENT:: then appeared and very ,
Knight __ ... -.... _.. ._.. Foreman BILL,
:} B.}. Smith :::: -. =: =:: -_-::..===:=............ Pressman BEGGED OF HIM to desist as but gain friends for these fine clothes. <
:-:= = =:= -===: :: : : : THERE WERE OTHERS present
Moore_ ==: .. .... ..._... Assistant Presrmrnk the
FEATHERED progeny. And so

Entered as second class matter, September 28, 1912. at the post- BILL, AFTER having cleanedUP Wolf BrothersThe
., office at Gainesville, Fla., under the Act of :March: 3d, 1879. HIS seventh helping 4
Place all communications and news items in boxes designate for thall' KINDLY CONSENTED to rest ;
; in Peabody and Languagellalls. others chance.
purpose AND GIVE the a
that Home of Hart Schaffner & Marx

F I. Rate-The Florida Alligator, $1.50 the year. NIGHT SNOWBALL Gave Bill the Clothes for Men and Boys j
HE'D NEVER disgrace "
GIVE 'EM HELL, FLOIUDA. HIMSELF AGAIN in any such 808 Franklin Street Tampa, Fla t

MANNER. BEFORE going to /
', The folowing editorial: clipped last fall from the Southern, the weekly BED THEY r"ode up again and

; organ of Southern College hardly requires any interpretation on our part ALL WAS WI T until way in ,
; We congratulate the editor on his picturesque larguage-but h's gros- THE NIGHT r ,- BALL was I

ignorance of football is indeed pitiful. We cannot with: -f ml the temptation AWAKENED T"- BILL ju-ir.: -

; ., .I of hero mentioning that Southern made first down ONCE daring the ent're UP IN HIS 'r"1' exclaiming

: : : I Jamei : :- "SECOND D-r<: 'TTTION." "W1'a' BHEEKLHF[ a CROSBY COMPANY ,
i I "There are great words in the '
irary English' language which have ARE YOU s-cnC-g: the motion:
I, I through constant use, come to be treated as merely a corventional eounlI : FOR BILL?" "To pass arounl "Noted For Qua1ity"D'amonds
I I rather than a form for the expression of deep fooling. The word victory THE CHICKEN: PILLAU again.. I

: i % I-as been u'ed. or missed to the extent that we do not fel any of tra: SAID BILL Fine Jewelry, China ,Cut Glass and

'. ': : passion which fint caused the formation of the word, but to the Southern:: AND IF I was Bill IDOK'T

College students this' word will be appreciated more in that a deeper ser s- BELIEVE I would eat Silverware

of its real meaning has been brought to bear by the victory of the Blue an-1 1 ANY MORE chicken pilau,
104 West Bay Street Jacksonville! F10rida F
White eleven over the formidable team from our State University on last::; WOULD YOU? .;r
Saturday afternoon. We cannot truly paint the word victory for ours was I THANK YOU. Selection Packrcts Sent on Request :_

I ore of the highest order in that it was a triumph of mind. skill, endurance Class Pins---Rin s--.l\Icrlals---Trophies -
and ui ity of action over brute strength, brawn and dis rganiz::Voa. You tell 'em, Hula da cT, you've

.' The battle that wai fought last Saturday and the spirit that pervadet1 got a motion before the! hcuse.-The --

{'- our student body on that occasior. brings back to our memory the football Vanderbilt Hustlpr. ....
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tales we read a few years ago when the growing unhersitie; ? of the DISCREET. u. .

: central and western state first broLe into the ----
great eastern ring and shattered -
the traditions cf Harvard and Yale anti took a rightful place in th! '\ CswaJd-'Vhy do you call that girla AUtO SUPPlIES.AND ACCESSORIES

; '1" gridiron: arena of the world. This is the dawning of a new era in the dumbell? ? ,
'. I. football history of Southern College have Oscar-I kissed her once and she
we our way out of the Goodyear and AjaxTires
.. class of lowly teams to be used for practise games and into a place of honor never told.--Cornell Widow. ]

among the Scuth's tea colleges.Southern's .
YEA BO. and Tubes
football history has indeed been: a phenomenal ore, it ha
He, to escort, who is powdering her
been characterized throughout by progress. Seldom it is that a young col- SA VI SERVE SATISFY
nose-I wish you'd finish your toiletat --- -
lego will be enabled to maintain a strong team for a number of years without -
i 'j at least one or two seasons of decline, but for seven years the men who home. I would just as soon see Gainesville Auto Supply L,
you pulling up your stocking in pub-
1 have represented Southern College on the football field have not onlyupheld
lic as powdering your nose.
the standard which was set by their predecessors, but they have I j .
She. (Tartly)-Yes, so would most -
; raised the standard in every instance as shown by the r steady climb to- (
t ward tate supremacy.:: The University of Florida has been creed; tc

4'"'t recognized a peer within her own state, and Ole possessing those rare qualities Love is like an onion JOHNSON'S PHARMACY -
I I of character which know not the: word defeat.
i In reviewing the recent game with the University, we can w.thout But We when taste its it with delight wonderWhatever I r ri-fr, :Medicines Stationery, Toilet and Rubber Goods i 4 ]
gone, we
exaggeration say that the result: was a triumph in every sec se of the word made us bite. \1 ', Cuirnntee Personal Attention to Prercriptions.: Onu.! ._ j 4 i ie r

i' for, though fighting aga;.ast:: oddj our men outplayed their opponents in Yale Record.- I Lru ? Used. Low price Quality! Con k ered. '

I f':; ; every phase of the game. The fact that the Blue goal was never threatened Gainesville, Florida. I$

: ;: 1-: and that the majcr pert of the game was fought out well into Flov Florida's Latest Song Hits --. -t
ida's territory is sufficient:: to convii ce anyone that Southern had the s tua I
'i tion well in hand. If luck in the =' '-=
: played any part game the University -- With apologies to Tulane) ._on. ,
Ii atop are ta be congratulated on their being so favored by the! Gods of Fa'c, What will Southern need after the 3
for there were a number of times when their goal was icz. ia.minjnt dan- Gators Hit them? DROP IN
gc r. The one score which Southern :cuccec-ded in making wa typical oft MY BABY'S ARMS.
t i. any other acts of a similar nature which was but a manifestation of the Have we a fighting team? t

fact that they were well aware of the importance of being prepared to grasp YOU TELL 'EM. OTTO F. STOCK
j any opportunity that presented itself. Our men were mentally awake, How bad will we beat Georgia?
physically fit, imbued with a spirit of fair play, and fully concious of the NOBODY KNOWS I

fact that he is most powerful who has h.nLdt in his power. It was another What's Tulane Going to have?

L victory of strong determination: and calm over-confidence, ar.d in THE HOMESICKNESS BLUES.

5,! this connection we are reminded of those word of Pliny who said, "Most What are we going to do to Ogle-
of Iran's: misfortunes arc due to the man." thorpe? Alteration
1 F That much needed competition between the Florida football teams is II Cleaning Pressing I

in evider: now as it ha never been before and a greater Jay is ahead for YOU'D BE SURPRISED. Phone 354 Gainesville

nil of the teams of the state. In order that we be prepared for foreign :j

opponents we must have keen competition within our own territory, and Dr. Norman in Phil I- Mr. Otto, ----"' ?'""S'77"""" i i -'< .

E there is abUT dant promise of that .n future: year, for Southern, the University if you were going: to go into another = --
of Florida and Stetson University: will all be strong contenders for man's watermelcn patch to steal a -

; state championship honors. watermelon, could you be considereda :
i i With one long lap behind us in the race for supremacy let us not kleptomaniac? \ 1

:; turn back to measure the di tar ce from that first mile post, rather we must Otto-No sir-that would be merely lllll American Shoe Repair Coj.

; press on to the goal which is within our range of vision, yet not withiour picking watermelons, but if I I
I immediate grasp. May we cone down to earth again after walk'r.n'o st-'l 1 a rumr-kin and leave a were wa-. :III!lli!i and Shine Parlor

in the heights of joy, and reach a firmer determination to move or, r3mem- te-melcn on the n"vt vine then I 11I,1,

bering the disastrous effects of harboring a spirit of over-confidence, and I could ba considered a kleptomaniac. Geo. Tampas and Lcuis Elfades Proprietors It Y
i with a clear.cut sense: of fa r play may we go into our future battles hl'Qltf1.cr. 11111I ,
." Gottaget a new room. 115 \\ est :Main Street
1\ Phone 139'
Whazzamatter? litlll J. V.
Cansleep with the Agent, Rocm 31(1 l r. tI1 1.1
Some day the legislature is going to appropriate: a lots of dough tof.tste Why doccha pullezads-arn shadeup allnight. I I (GainesvillePAGE Foridar
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h stitutions. We said SOME DAY. .-- '- .:" ... Cant. Aint my; shades. I .\\....._=--===-=--=_=.=-----=----- --=- -
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: TOGETHER AND O 0-S&T f( : jj fome CLEARWATER --

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t1'2.J l/t Cd1t3 On, Ae Qu& .1
-c: H1 Florida Men in Southern Metropolis: I' _
+ After Putting the Uni" eristy Clearwater Beaches offer you the most attractive place
f }h Well on the Map. <.- The Smile Follows the Spoon surt bathing in the Gulf of Mexico.\ Good bath houses, ,
\ ,+ -- I pavilion, fish dinners, bowling, boating and above all good 5r5
The folowing letter is the kind:: motor roads right to the b:.:h. New hotel with ample
i x i U that makes the hearts of alumni oft : < accommodations ready July 1st, right on the beach. Cot
ficers glad. It is given in full as i it tages for rent, available now. Write for information to
-:: :: =::7" ::: :::=::.. ),;. may serve as a suggestion to Alumni
.r=:::4. < ::;::::: ..r? .. BOARD OF TRADE
in other sections.
I will mean much to organizations the local CLEARWATER, FUA.University P \ / -_____

r- Do-an's Bicycle ShopKast 1 alumni themselves, will help the .. 4 1_ -
cause of higher education in the state. ,q -4' ''a- -rm '
Vain StreetFOR and will benefit your Alma :Mater: T r; -1B i:

L BICYCLES, ACCESSORIES AND REPAIRS I tremendously. The letter referred I to -

f _J Dr. :MIAMI:A. FLA., Sept. 2, 1920 ..... ...... ... ........
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THE NEW University of Florida, -y
11 I IIi I Gainesville, Fla., ..
o- Dear Dr. <)
vM sttit For I Murphree: 4 students: b y -
I Just a line to advise you I f palroniz'ng: The White! Holism -
: I
F1 I sHe3 ;5F h -.
T Jti
o o svjrainesvilie |II f hat we, of Miami, are empting to I II I
;::; Dining Room, may enjoy tne
I------I I get our foot off in characteristic:: .
-- ami style and that at : satisfaction of knowing they '
I a meeting held ..,
rI J I yesterday evening at my grove out have the finest service and most: :
on 12th Street there were present: delicious food on tie market
f ,I C. C. S-all. W. C. Price Uriel Blount,, Gainesville Table] d'Hote +
I Furniture CO. I A. DeWinkler, J. J. Bennett, J. 'T. : meals, $1.00. Parties and Ban. .
I Wagon, Jr., :M.: Mershon, J. }I.
quets by special<
t Il. :McCaskill, Paul D Payne and Murray arrangement. .
Cohen, and as a result of said meetingthe For Table Reservations
D- R COX, Proprietor.Phcre I firm of Payne & :McElya.: Attorneys Phone 295. <)

I at Law of :Miami: Florida, were :
16.Spirting authorized The White House
: to incorporate as a cor- ; Dinirg Ro.mGainesville's 0
oration not for profit. THE :MIAMI: :


-- .- rer -, object to promote and purpose good of fellowship said corporation >...... .. ....<) .. .... ........

.. i Oo_ds among the mms of the Alumni re .
rll Aiding in Dade C.unty, Florida, and to "' :: : -::-::=- : :_:: ,:==%t> -:= .::&>::-: -::==: : ::: :% ;::::::

1 I I advance and nr-mote higher educa- + The Alachua Restaurant and Lunch M l.
Foot Ball, Bess Ball}, Lawn Tennis, *;on '*uat is by way of University of G Room '
Florida). i
Hardware of All Kinds. Will "end: you a copy of our application ]i- FOR LADIES AXD GENTLEMEN "
i for a charter so that
a I *
1-ok ov"J Half a nock: from Aclti.tic
\ THE THOMAS COMPANY. sam sna what we are i Coast Lire Depot J3
doing. A1--* .r"7Tl1 -dvise! you that't ''Telephone. 507 A
Phone 22. is net ou- '-ntion Gainesville, FirTr
: tgive a school- <
., Florida': ,J -rship *- ---- -;"'ung man but merely] ::. :;:= =::r ..=-::: ;::=::::..=: : :: ::-z ;::

loan rrn"*- -t 4 per cent on his opennote
ayabl'I" in five years or less
r" as he sees fit with the object of acquiring The Correct Length
--- Palm Parlor and maintaining a permanent I Of a Mans Sack coat this Fall '
'und t') be used in this manner.C. I.
I C. Small the: oldest Alumni is half way Between his wrist and his fist-arms hangi

.urES "present was elected President, Walt naturally. It you'll stand up and put on one of your sweeter -
\ '. Pa'-ne, Vice-Pr"siVnt hearts bracelets, wa'll sho.v
"ICE CREAM DE LUXE" and NorrisMcElya yea: exactly!: w'i2re the coat
*"r"f Secreta--Treasurer, and leaves off and the pants bs in. H -.est fellows, our fall
) ether wit' J. J. Bennett
: ... popular and Classical Sheet Music.[ High Grade Candle:; : "1 \ I liiwtTs, who wi'l "Mndle the busi- one on looks as if he were wearing: HIS OWN SUIT and
'} Crane's Exclusive Stationery.t -
__ ,I "''''c:= nf the Corporation. not brother Bill's.n --
'; fny ":- I ft 13 our idea *" assess the me Nuff Sed
\ I ers we figure t're will be about '
sled (Glls3.: tilt ''v"-" -
; ,
per year, payable
"""+"'ber Burnett The Clothier
: 15th and January 15th, -
r1' fo and nco: this money as the basis for
_. --.-. Our Ow.I Lense GrindingDelay our loans. -

With best wishes for a GREATER .
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: "T ORIDA, I am, J ::::: z-: : = :::=
1 'Signed) WALTER D. PAYNE." f'if V

,er Goods;. LCo1eEL 4- ; & Son.Gainesville i Q

ed. \ Meet y-oe, friends at the Bon FOR THE UNIVERSITY Or FLORID
and! Opticians t tr' : FloridaSocd : '
>' Ton you can drink, smoke and
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Eats and First Class Service Ccn.etc the I"I .

., 'to i C. L. LUNCH ROOM We don't keep Can"iesDrinkfand //J I --Foot-Ball 1 '-1'-

Cigars, we sell them and renew

!. l_One:. Door North/I.! C_L._Depot ..I our stock almost daily ai Shoes, Uniforms and Supplies, .

{ ,...,.. _"> _. o >-""___ .. :.:>.._ _._,,! ,_. _.:::=>--': .':u Don Ton. Base Ball yJ

Gloves, Mitts, Shoes and Supplies, "

'While In Jacksonville
S H 0 E S Tennis :

Pressi"Gaines'i1e" \\ GO TO I Rackets, Balls and Supplies, I

\ c 49 H B- M. TENCH} H ''p,
f p T Bicycles I
0 I O Gainesville, 0 Repairing and Supplies.
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l (!o tn 1 rot tr$ it d E Florida. ]* I B. LILIENBLUMI

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H OBITUARY. I II !fi !fi!: !fist! :F.h! !: !: !: !: !: !: !: : ! !iifi!: :

i Lyric Theatre !I HiHi $

I. I Io I I| William Wetmore Gibbs, associate

1 I The home of good pictuers. member A. S. C. E. and associate HiHi

I member F. E. S., died on January 13 HiHi Experienced Cafeteria Service I

,s I Gibbs entered the University
sI' Hiffi
i I of Florida and was its first graduate i
Sat: Owen Moore at the
!d "The Poor Simp"Mon I in civil engineering, receiving the de-

gree of B. S. C. E., in 1909. HiHi

: Shirley Mason Upon entry of this country into the "BLANCHE"Home .

f "Little Wanderer" war, he volunteered for service in $
I HiI! $
France and after six months servicesuffered

!: Tues: Norma"Panther"Talmadge o.i a breakdown in health and !HiHi Cooked Foods Home Prepared Salads Hot Buscuits I I5ffiffiffiffiffiSffiSSffiHffiffiSffi5ffiffiffiffiffiSffiff

was invalided home for recuperation.
f |: Some months later he received an II
Wjd: Dorothy Dalton"L'Apaclie"
!:fl Patronize Those Who Patronize You.
honorable discharge. Pending his discharge x I

he opened an office for gen- !
: Thurs A1 Reformed
: --
eral engineering, with headquartersin
i Bandit. "Girl in Dugont"

:t Fri: Clara Kimhall Young I' Gainesville.at Green Cove While Springs undertakingwork he con- !: !: !: !: !: !: !: !: !: !: !: !: !: !: !: !: !: !: !: !: !: !: !: !: !: !: !: !: !: !:

"Mid: tracted influenza which resulted in .. --
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Channels"d his death.
Mr. Gibbs was a man of unusual
it + + + + + :
:I.. ability, both technically and general, Full Dress Full Dregs
and he possessed in an unusual de- Neck Wear Collars
gree the power of quickly gaining
oo +
'I+ both the good will and the confidenceof
+ By F. O. SpainNNf +
1 lr. all with whom he came in contact.Mr. '

+ + Gibbs willed to the Universityof
+ + + + + + + + + + Men'sFull
Florida his library of technical and Young
When Georges Carpentier sent
engineering bocks, which nearly number -
Battling Levinsky the light-heavy
j seventy-five. A few of the most
weight charrpion of the world into
valuable in Ms contribution are a set
dreamland in the fourth round of
a Dress Suits
(of I. C. S en rinopring books, Kid-
scheduled 12 round bout he illustrated -
t der's Aret'1 Builder's Pocket
.\. in a very decisive manner that he
Book, Menlrrar's Hydraulics, and
is the logical opponent for Jack Steel Mill B,. :I-: '3. by Ketchum.
Dempsey's There had been $67Tailored
j Both faculty and students of the University i-
much doubt in the minds of American .e
; of Florida acknowledge the
: fistic fans of the ability of the highly ]honor value
and of the gift by Mr.
touted French idol, and this fight (Gibbs.

was more or less of a test to prove __ I by Hart Schaffner and Marx I

) whether Georges could stand up to there will be nothing in Atlanta that

the standard set by the ring artistson they cannot have. f Fellows we have a complete range of sizes from Thirty Six: -:-.: I
this side of the big pond, for our
Centre has an even more formidable -
t American fighters are undoubtedly ofa record than Tech, having scored up. The material is the finest grade of English "Melton Broad- I
much higher calibre than the
-i scrapper on the other side.average ;241 points against none in three I cloth." Tailored by hand. These Smart refined Full Dress
games, or an average of 80 pointsper
However friend George3 delivered game but they will have a t" 'h I clothes feature the newest cut lapels and are strictly correct. 1-
the goods rnd should certainly: be! '
fray on their hands for the Crim=gin
given a shot at the slugging boilermaker .. I
is developing into one of the !

l; Dempsey. Should such a best they have had in many "ea*s. Dress Shirts t I, Dancing Shoes I
scrap arranged: the outcome would Still Centre has practically! the
be only a matter of conjecture and same men that composed the team A complete line of sizes and i: Patent leather Oxford turn J 3

-; private opinion for neither man has last year, which was undoubtedly t' : sleeve lengths. Are here. i; soles. All sizes and lasts. !1
ever met a similar Carpentier's ,.
opponent. -
most powerful eleven in the weal, Ii
wonderful science, foot and Harvard is going to find them an I
work and speed may prove a stumbling -
exceedingly hard nut to crack. It
block for Jack, and For your convenience we have
Dempsey'sterrific will be of interest to know that before established

slugging may prove too much 0 every game the Centre team kneelsin a branch at the CollegeInn

for the sticking qualities of the prayer on the gridiron.The where you will receive th e
Frenchman. Nevertheless, whateverthe .
same courteous and efficient
outcome it certainly would be University of Georgia was serv -

ome grand HI argument. barely able to nose cut a 7 to 0 sc *" ice as at our store.

over Furman last Saturday in a hard:
Two great sectional gridiron
: fought game at Greenville, SC..
will be fought Saturday when
The Furman team concentrated i its
Georgia Tech and Pittsburg clash in
efforts on the fleet ground gair.Ts rf
... the Smokey City, in their annual the Red and Black and effectually:
battle, and Centre College of Danville -
stoped long and spectacular runs. j
Ky., journeys to Cambridge to They l.iIf".i'.lJ
repeatedly penetrated Geogig'sline :
1 ;: meet the formidable Harvard eleven. iI u :
and threw the tacks for losses. I .
4 Tech is doped to_administer their first

defeat to the Panthers. They have the Auburn this year has the heaviest I. J
strongest team since their famous '"-- ;n the world. It weighs 1,50& -- t

1' Golden Tornado. It is a won- pounds:; from end to end, or an aver-

dmachine! drawn from a wealthof age of 214 pounds to the man, whichis

# -naterial and capable of almost certainly some "Avoir Du Pois." OUR ADVERTISERS.

unlimited scoring ability as indicat- .

., ed by the 209 points they have run The columns of the Alligator contain; each week '
The girls wait for you at the rumber of different many advertisements of .-.
):4 rp in four games to their opponents enterprises. The men who put these ads
none. Pittsburg has not shown the I Popular place "The Bon Ton' have real values for college students and take this in our ra e.-
mean of
: class this year that they displayed i j be sure to iro there. before their eyes. At the same time they are patrOl izin; getting patTer them

last season, and even then Tech played i Iclpine? to make it a success. Let' show them that- g our an I

them off their feet in the second'half The Bon Ton is the place to help by patron.zmg: them in return. THEY ARE: LOYAL we'GATOR appreciate* the r

of the game. If the Yellow them as such. Trn.Vk
}met[ nil cf the girls, they make
Jackets succesd in defeating Pitt
i that their store. I

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The Tampa Club held its first meet The last meting--of the Benton En- 1\ I c I

ing of the year last Tuesday night in I gineering Scciety was held in the I I II Iu1fJ I +

the Gym for the purpose of reorga- Gym. last Monday evening, most of j I;

nizing the society and developing plans the time being occupied with a mov- :

for work during the coming year. The I ie show. The theme cf the film was I

meeting opened with the regular for- I the making of iron pipe and tubing, 1 .
malities, followed by the election of from the undeveloped mine to the final Ivr
officers. Those chosen to serve were tests and finishing. ; i

W. J. Bivens Pres., Herbie Ford Vice- ', Every step in this process was I rAt L

Pres., Pete Harris Sec-Treas., Frank j vividly- shown, and among the scene (/: -
Paul Sgt. at Arms, Mascot I.V.. j Jpp i rji
I! were many which were spectacular I nearly e-w hod c:t the
Phillips, Cuspidorian 'Izzie' Juster, 1' in the extreme. Blast furnaces, I fiaio.j Hfcfd-wi: *t Atlantic My
who has become famous for his re- i i Bessemer converters, rolling and I Cit), Faun.4 utile Urgest-sell- = !ti r ;-
; ng cigarette. And the same /, __ a u
markable work on the gridiron this ;I.welding mills, and perhaps most remarkable bolds true for hundreds of other

y ear. I and dangerous of all-the i leading hotels throughout the 1 ,
A social committee was appointedby company's playground and swimming I I country H here! dav-m and day-
; out, the den.and is for "just .
the president to make plans for pool, were shown in full operation. t enough Turkish." ) I

several. social events with the Plant It is interesting in the extreme to r

C ty and Duval County Clubs to be see the red-hot billets run around :, fI

3 held in the future. It was also de- ;, like gopher snakes and greased hot Ii

cided to challenge the Duval County I. dogs, and it does the heart good to J v -' i
Club to a football game after the regular see the little kiddies engaged in their .i,

sescn is over and it is expected : innocent pastimes, and the bathing I I .

a that a spirited struggle. will take beauties lined up on the springing I'

pace! between the old rivals on the beards. It touched us so that I

? The old men were at the point of went to our room and read w\\ Honest now have you

explain: to the Rats that such a fairy tales and wrote half-a-dozen i l

Why organization as the Tampa letters to our girls. i found the right cigarette ? I
p Club had to see to it that all mem i j After five reels of action: so real j :

bers should live up to the Rules of that it shame 1! Norma Talmag" .
even j jI the least bit doubtful it i is .
for a
you are : probably
the Campus, when a fellow Rat ac- et al., the bunch ad'curned, giving IF I .
(I one two reasons: -
cused Izzy Juster of going around :,thanks I vocally and spiritually to Mr ; I ;
Either your cigarette contains too much Turkish z
the College with 'garments" all over Riley of the Eytrn inn Division, who I : II
i I tobacco and is over-rich and _
. this heavy, or it contains twt
him. As was a very serious leaned the film and to Mr. Tatum .
lite Turkish and lacks
charge, it became to : taste. .,
necessary try who ran the machine.Mr. ., I
I The "right" cigiritte shou'd: haIus Turkish (y
last man had crossed the finish line. Riley has .
promised us just as
than those of the Turkish but
: s r.uyht variety, molt
the defendant at once. The Jury
good a film electrical manufac-
on Turkish than ordinary part-Turkish Turkish Blend
! composed of all of the Rats present ture for release soon, and all who
: darttt s. In other words, it should contain "just
brought in verdict of guilty. However
I a saw the last one are looking for- I :mu / Turkish.'
a juryman was found withoutany ward to it. The use of at least one I
l' Judging from scores of sales-records such as the
seeks on and the case was dis- -
moving pictures month ,
program per one above, most smokers find "just enough Turkish"in
. missed. Then the old men present indicates cur Engineering Society is .... .. Fatima.

I sentenced every Rat 'to an old fash- the most progressive on the campus, For while Fatimas di avoid the over-richness of I

icned 'shoe scramble. and every Engineer should come out straight Turkish cigarettes: yet they contain more
The closed with the
meeting sing-
and i'rbibe and: purvey more pro- Turkish than any other Turkish Blend. Rich, but
of the Red and Black after the
ing gressiveness. Visitors are always -
I mt over-rich; that explains why Fatimas please the
Athletic Field
taste: without tiring it. -
R. P. P.
'y You can prove this.
Lovely night

She-You know, jou've got an awfully Crescent moon,

fresh air about you. Situation. I

He-Yep, I always blow about myself. Oportune.
.-Jack o'Lantern. Ruby lips .
Slight Mustache, ,

Booby-Who are the dames over : Coirbinaticn in a flash. I .
there? Maiden speaks when ere she can

Hatch-That's my wife. Softly gurgles, "Naughty man."

Booby-Which one? Hesitates-whispers then, CIGARETTESC

Hatch-Don't insult me, I've only I "Be a naughty man atrain" -

got one.-Juggler. -Yale Rcco-d.
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in tie regular foiL+vrapfeJJIto
ANY tobacco-every tobacco-tastes better in a W D C g pacag.. obtainable in

Our own specially seasoned and carefully selected |j roast ucurtingsaLatest

= French briar makes it so. Add to this the supercraftsmanship jj ....
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Engraved Cards
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Best Workmanship t M 'ns' shirts and shoes:: ..

: cI Reasonable Prices :'il :r
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I Colson Land CompanyImproved I II ,d at .
Printing: for all Purposes t '
I Farms of all sizes i a.i W. SO BO L ;!
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I right prices! and reasonable terms. Students' Loose Leaf Goods '. ; Turn the Corner and :save .MonevOpposite I'I'is f

Buyers should consult them before making: a

f r i chi ice of property I the First National Dank : :''
Office opposite A. C. L. Depot Phor.e No. 414 Pepper Printing ;.
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JOS. J. SEYKORA Continued from dage one.
Gainesville Electrical Supply
EVERYTHING ELECTRICAL Company all cf whom will be chosen from the HENRY GIDDENS
Phone 107 Gainesville, Florida student body. Arrangements are being

FLASHLIGHTSLAMP : made ta: car.y the troupe to all
the important cities of the state. The I
WHEN WARM WEATHER services of Franklin Ken/ of Chicago ,Solicits the business of College men, guaranteeingcorrect
Comes our shoe sale will be SHADES been obta.ned for tae manufacture -
nave and
over. BUY NOW and save SI and design of the scenery. Mr. stvles, high grade quality workmanship.
to $2 on every pair. Unitea Kelly is one of the most noted scenic
Shoe Store. I When you need anything electrical artists in the United States, and played I
last season on HATS STETSON HATS, !
drop in and see us. for eight -KNOX ,
now going on. Wear new shoes 512 East Main Street Telephone 122United masqueraders has been highly .' HANAN SHOES, 'j jI
and still save money. Buy now. endorsed by the faculty and assured
Shoe Store. that cooperation will b ex
tended to help it to succ?ss. Fellows ROGERJ EET,
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to you to make it. Show your inter- AND SOCIETY BRAND CLOTHES
est by supporting it, and filling oat
t YOUNG MEN'S STYLISH SUITS i the application cards for membership. i 1
I The following officers were elected Giddens Clothing Co.
4' for the ensuing Robert Swanson Henry
: $25 Suit, Sale Price ___.._......___......__...___...________$17.50( president Bill year.Bivins, manager;
o $30 Suit, Sale Pric ___________________mnmm__..S21.50 <), Frank Spain,;director. Tampa, Florida.
4 545 Blue Serge, All Wool, ___________________________$31.00 I
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; BUSY BAZAAR .' Ton, you can drink, smoke anJi I IJ Giddens Building

.. 0 i be merry there. Franklin at Lafayette Phone 2267 I

113-115 West University Avenue : I -
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We don't keep Candies, Drinks
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Store For Better Values n I I THANK YOU : T7 MP FLORID :l 1,

in Gent's Furnishings I For your hearty response to our .
1 Everything
'f Suits $37.50 to $75 ::
: South Side Square Gainesville, Florida n I Vertising. We are please :

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L 4, ". On Every Pair of Shoes During :jl :aeterias of the city. TSPEDIE'S I

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: J I p: : UNITED HOE STORE t j im{ ROOM Headquarters for -. .

i 1 University Students
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1- Meet them there for Soft Drinks, Cigars, Tobaccos,

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; Most of the U. of Fla., men who rut !:ii Featuring
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i into Jacksonville never think of goingback !
3 3bn Everything That
I a Good Department Stare Should

I r to school without stopping: at least !fj I I I!

!i1 \\5 long enough to see what's: new at Por- Hi j i.- -- .. ...M< i i llllli"'W.- )|TTJ am.!! ---jMMI g
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-t !fi I .. hey know they' won't be urged to buy I !:.ftj !!1i

tj 1 W '" 9 1919 Knox Hat company Iacji TARR FURNITURE CO. Inc. I
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Cross Hats !:t i5i :r Tampa, :

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!fi _:. Everything: Men and Fc.-:s Wear -- B1 i; M Sales Agents For I ,
!: : Berkey and Gay fu.- Globe! Wernicke Bode- |
ir Cases iturpe. Sectional II
i Aeolian, .
!5. -!: !iM iF \ Phonopragph, Napanee KItchen j j
!:Ii I Cabinets,
Belding Hall
Refrigerators Porch | :
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; !:!ll I r Shades, Promo-Eclipse : I
Gas FireI{
ifiW Hiifi L.It:1 Ranges, Domestic Science ; I
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Furniture ;
i !ffiifi :::: Floor Coverings, Draperies, China and !j
Corner Fay and Laure ____ Jacksonville, Fla. \ ;' Glassware, Window Shades, Awnings. I Yi?'
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