The Florida alligator
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028291/00298
 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 29, 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
 Record Information
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
oclc - 01410246
notis - AEU8328
lccn - sn 96027439
System ID: UF00028291:00298
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Preceded by: Orange and blue
Succeeded by: Independent Florida alligator

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HONOR CODE + + FROM LAST YEAR + from Jacksonville stating that + AT LOCAL SCRIBE"Man .
i + At the last minute before go- + + the scrubs were also victorious + i!
+ ing to press, a flash came to + + today, they having defeated the + J
;iei Would be Subject; to Honor System + the effect that Florida had de- + I All-Star Half Professional Aggregation + American Legion teac of that + About Town" Scattered Some 1i, j
Discipline if They Broke + feated Mercer Friday by 'a 30 + Hailing From All Over + city by the score of twenty-two + "Chips" That Settled Wrong on
Training Rules. + to 0 score. This adds one more + I Country Couldn't Hold l + to nothing. Florida not only has + the University Campus. "
Ie to Florida's uninterrupted string + i the 'Gators. + a first team that is a credit to + ; I
The Student Body took what is to -Iof victories. A detailed report + I + her but the Ssrubs would do jus- + When "The: Man About To\\ did I
be one of its greatest steps forward + will appear in next week's issue. + I True to all ->xpe nations Florida + tice to a school twice the size + all his "hewing" in the Gainesville
ednesday morning in chapel when a + + 1 1I I walloped Southern in cue of the scrappiest + of the State University.VOCATIONAL + Daily News last Monday and Tuesday
resolution was adopted placing the + + + + + + + + + + j scraps ever witness.-! on Fleming + + + + + + + + + + afternoon he threw around a numberof
enforcement of training rules in the Field. Coach Klina's phaetons "chips" and let them "fall" where

1 ands of the Honor Committee. COMPANY A AT I clearly demonstratsd tnat the could MEN they will," and at the same time he
This means that every Athlete 01 fight to the last and tl'o son The scattered around quite a considerable
representative of this University is Southern eleven co"tainly proved a portion of his ignorance. The writerof
tn his honor to keep himself in the HEAD OF LISTMILITARY !; worthy foe. Their !baktielJV3S:: ('ne'; NOT TRYING TO such an article is more to be pitied

best possible condition and to uphold of the best ever sera on a Florida than censured. That such a hideous
at all times the good reputation of the DEPT gridiron. Beaseley who: made the DODGE RAT LAWSReport misrepresentation should be thrust
II. Cato: Every student on the campus I mythical All-Southern in nin'!te.n- upon the unsuspecting public throughthe
' f r off is en his honor to report to the I eighteen while playing with Vanderbilt medium of the daily press is indeed -
: the the most consist Ild ground Have to be deplored. The Florida
Committee every breech of was That They Organized
.\ 1lcr. r :Made Average of Over 90, While !!
by the Coach which gainer for the Southern tenni. Han- to Protect Themselves Against football team hat never refused to
. riles as drawn up Others Are Closely in the Rear
will be announced in the next issue of :-Competition is heated on I non an old West Virginia man and Ratting Declared Erroneous accept with thanks any just criticism
Marshall, formerly of Boston University that may reach it, but to have such a
the AlligatorDr. Drill Field.
"t'" Murphree is-heartily in accord I added considerable strengthto CAMPUSJan. tirade as appeared in the News on
with this action and will cooperat the down-staters' backfield. Their Monday pushed before the faces not
d with the President of the student The following is the standing of line was exceptionally good but the 21 1920 mly of the team and the student body
( and the Coach in selecting a the companies of the University Ca- onslaught of the Gator machine wasa To the Sophomore classI but the world in general is more thanwe
( body ittee to include the resolution- det Battalion for the week ending little too much for them to buck. understand that some misinformd can stand for without a reply It
( II CemY here. October 23rd: Evtjtryone was keyed up to the Vocational Student made an in- was entirely without any foundationand
!;.t in the honor system Wednesdayin Company A, 90 and 5-10 per cent. highest pitch when the keen blast of sinuative statement to the effect that leaves the impression that it was
resolution passed
7'n The follows Company D, 89 and 8-10 per cent. the whistle started the battel of bat the Vocational Club was organized to written by someone who had bet more
chapel was as is the: sentimentof Company B, 88 and 9-10 per cent. tles. The teams lined up in a hurry protect Vocational Students against than he could afford end lost n.
Resolved: That that the breachof Company C, 88 per cenl. I'I and from then on in the simplest "Ratting" also that it had been!: dis- This mysterious writer who holds
t' the student body members of The competitive system of mark phraseology, it was s-o-m-e gam ucssed in former meeting of the club. his name a secret at all. costs makes
rules by
training is ruinous to the interests ing companies which was carried out During the first half\ rJori .gained: ,This sentiment is absolutely the statement that at the very first
athletic teams that at drill during the last year has been I time after time but only ',o funmble l ;:-oun lzs.;: I helped to organize the of the game Southern 'took the ball
University And
of the ; in eypanded this year so as to include: afterwards and lose the ball when :Ji2I lub last year and up to this time and began an uninterrupted march
the stand of the regulations Athletic! iDrector is in accord ecitations, examinations, drills, and I I I goal was within their grasy.;; Tn? here has never been any such dis- towards Florida's goal, making four
regard to such student :ests. These are combined in the j 'Gators threw numerous chances 01 usslcn; l before; the cub. There has straight first downs, when in fact
with the feeling of the course of each week to determine the I I scoring by their weird antics. To, ben on reason for any such discus Southern made but four first downs

bcdy. Resolved that standing of the company for that i t, wards the last of the half they slowed sion.The Curing the entire game and two of -
And fcp it further bs i' week. signs of the old pep but bef ira the Vocational Club stands for those were the result of forward passes. -
the breech of such rulese as may In addition to this, students whoso awakening spirit could get into -ic- Icrida in all that that word mean He speaks of the game as a J'
Coaches, is con- f'
"stablished by the that desire may report at the store tion the half ended. H. Hioi.. s ::3 the students. Prof. Buchohez will "prize fight," but isn't it strange that JI I
t-ary to common honesty, and rocm in the annex, Engineering build- I spectacular playing featuveiv'.vn: : ru: !boar me out in that statement I am there was not a single penalty on ; j
the enforcement of such regulations ing, beginning November 1st, on Mon- made wonderful gains thru +l h J iitV. sure peg sonally, the treatment I sary roughness? The game was in- 'i '
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.'.r. b! now placed in the honds of day, Wednesday and Friday afternoons Southern aggregation. ave received from the student body mental reason why one team wins and j!

Honor Committee. from 3 to 5, for the purpose of' Something must have iaop37iel!1 between : ince coming here in September 1919 deed hard fought in the sense that
receiving instruction in the nomen- the halves for Florida had gas been such that I have felt from every man on both teams did his best
RESOLUTIONS OF SYMPATHY.On clature and handling of the Browning plenty of ginger when th- 1I'P'1W.o' the rest that I was a part of the stu to prove his superiority over his opponent -
-nachine gun and the Browning auto- renewed. lent body and there is not another Vocational which is after all the fundamental -
account of the sad and regret- natic rifle. Those students who so Second Half. man in this institution who reason why one tea mTns and
table death of Mrs. H. R. Thompson eport and receive this instructionwill Wilsky back at center and :Metrinat has conducted himself as a collegevan the other loses. The Florida team was
_Saturday_.____" afternoon. October 16th have an opportunity to increase full, Meich oat. Cailhm n- should, but has received this not "far superior" to the Southern i iI
1920. andWhereas their company standings in the following -I ceived the kickoff a',.d br m\\z th- same courteous comradeship from the team, not because Florida was weak I
" Mr. H. R. Thompson, asa manner. Each student who ball back fifteen yards. C. Anderson fellows. but because Southern had such a good !
beloved and respected alumnus of ivccessfully completes the tests laid got away for a long: end run The sophomore class is a body of i team, which had been very much un i ij ii i
V>f Collog? of Law of the University sown for him will cause his companyto netting 25 yards. Carlton r.a -f Florida and of the John Marshall be credited with 15 points on yards over tackle and Merrin plunged baring in this institution, I am sure posed of old college stars from all over
Debating. Society, and as a Teacherfor their aggregate. In addition, each stu- through center for four more. Ar that if r man's disability is such that the country. If Southern had to meet
a short while in the College of dent who qualifies between November1st incomplete pass made the fourth he can not participate in a little fun the requirements of the S. I. A. A.
Law, has, by his worth, and manliness and the end of the first semester down and C. Anderson kicked to the that his disability will be duly considered they would have no team at all. It
pnd gentlemanly conduct, won will be required to make an averagef five yard line. Driggers broke thru as it always has heretofore was a team of individual stars, and
.-0 our affection and esteem and only 83 per cent instead of 90 in the Southern defense and downed the 'I With a few eceptions the Vocational their superiority showed in that way,
:.:Io... Whereas, we do most earnchtlycvmtathize order to be excused from the semester man in his tracks. Southern kicked I l men took part in the various and their inferiority showed in the
-:1 with him in this his sad xam'nation. I and Carlton returned the ball to the I Ii I student activities. I think I speak lack of team work.

1er avement, All members of the battalion, and i 35 yard line. Carlton ran for an !I the sentiment, of the older Vocation- In the article which appeared inTuesday's
Therefore. Be it Resolved-That "specially those who are taking Mili- i j,18 yard gain around left end. C. a* men at least, when I say that we paper the writer tried to
the John Marshall Debating Society tary Science 1 and 11, are strongly Anderson carried the ball for a are a part of you your will is our will "crawfish" out of what he had said on
ii'J Co on record as expressing to him urged to take advantage of this op- down on andother end run. touch-I I and our goal is a better Forida, State Monday by stating that he was merely
!some' measure of its sympathy and portunity, because they will not be kicked goal. A short pass netted 5 and College. trying to put some "pep" into the
r? ret. andFurther given any other opportunity to famil- yards and Southern was penalized i I I I When the Vocational Club asserts team, but the damage had been done.
Lit be it resolved-That these iarize themselves with these weapons fifteen yards for holding. Southern's !I itself as being against the College While the team might possibly accept -
Resolutions be spread on the min- until after they have signed the con- I ball. Merrin intercepted a pass on I i spirit in any form, and it never will, such an explanation, the peopleof
, utes of this society, a copy thereof tract for the advanced course. the 25 yard line. Florida penalized I I the cub may have my rseignation. the state who are"loyal supportersof
t t: "'ven to our beloved fellow-member. I fifteen yards for holding. C. Anderson Here's hoping that Saturday wil+U: the University cannot be reconciled -
uf Mr. "'. H. Thompson, and copies given I to the facts
broke for find Florida's line as impervious to as they were so unjustly -
So fertile is a woman's vanity away a five yard I
h R RtJ to the daily papers of Gainesivlle, that if a man gives her one grain of gain around left end. A long pass Southerland's eleven as the gates of and falsely ut forward. The pom- -
nd to the Florida Alligator for publication of the under which the i.
Paris were to the Kaiser.J. posity heading
hope she can raise a whole crop of to Carlton made 25 yards more for ,
d z dreams. the 'Gators. C. Anderson carried C. BROWN, two articles appear is evidence of,the rtt
(t, rJ1d .1 John Marshall Debating Society. (Continued on Page 8.) Vocational Student. (Continued on page 8.)


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\I West Side Square Gainesville. While happy eo t '
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I SPORING GOODS $750'fcc fourdays _._ __ __ 'J this
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Baird Hardware Co. man .
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Phone 7. Gainesvi l leKLEGTRK deserves ...- game.
special mention. We still contend '
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;., a wonderful team. i
: has been prominent as -
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'. SHOE SHINE PARLOR a professionalfor and it took o'me'

1 1I a number of'years.: ';:-.r ,# wcnderful playing'' :'

I Chesnut'sShoe '.. ,
he was one of their best. for Florida : s The Phifer State Bank \

.. Stores One of the half backs to win over --, .
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Drugs Stationary Toilet West Virginia _' ,i- '- ...Qf imparted ,4"" '--' I

Articles Candies, 1., .- .--.'. "For Students, by Students" ,'iif
:f Souvenir Cards, Waterman's Pens.SANITARY just for this game. stars. :
i : rWhat Work Guaranteed,
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Everybody excused for th- :ame. d

I ; J. S. BodifordCompany was -.--..-. '."""-"'"..."'::, I ;;;; Modes of the Moment }rs?

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1t Drimggist full back fromVanderbiL ..- open ing for a butcher-svon the powdered" v-astr'n--" ;.1r""lch-nt. I'I', '_ 2_;:_:;;_=:::: _:::::::_:: _:::::::_;:::::_: : ,. '

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You know itmust -Detroit Fre? Presr + Drinks, Ice Cream, Candies :
Cigars, That's our business.,TheBon H and Ci;ars.V ,

Ton. take some A school of petrol..'i- t:'-"icog! ;' \V.1tee 1t VOUTHOMPON'S right. '
3 3i has been created at Da1Uni? ersity 1 :::0; ::% -.: ;. ;;::-= :=::. ;:== ..;:=:r ;= .;
kail :' because of the d""-"T J f-- trained -. ,
Scr\'icemul Sanitation go handin sxperts in the oil inda.tiy ;f Taxas -'
hand at the Bon Ton. to get them tkrwn.) and adjacent stats.BUST: .
It is pleasure to serve you a : Electrical(J. MacD. Thompson: Vice-Pres and bee.) .1

the Bon Ton, our clerks greet ., Supphes----F-lxtures Wholesale and Retail .: I Ik
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( It's the Truth That Hurts. I heard that you proposed to( Doris Departing: Pupil-A'i: Professor, 'Have you heard about the new I Prof.: "Where did he kiss J it?"

tt Boy-"Have you any brown ties, to one night last week. Broken it off :low can I ever thank you? I owe label they'e going to put on rider bot Co ed: "On the lips, sir."
4 match my eyes?" already? ties; Frof.: "No, no; you don't u t'sr-
everything I know to you.
4 Clerk-"No, but we have some soft Yup. I -No-:shoot." stand. I mean where were you?" I
Professor"M'drm. please do not It
collars to match your head.Ex.The Smatter? I "I. W. ".-it won'* work" Co-ed: "In his arms ;ir."-E- t
mention such a trifle-:: .., If
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dance at last is over, morning.- ,
4 The evening chime resounds; 1
'. Evelyn and Hazel, upstairs now, They tell me ore of our gay s?, I FELLOWS ,

4 Slip off their silken gowns. iors went do*v- f:j.n .., L..l. c. s t I *ifti
4 made for himself. ; '' f

4 'here is a sad, sweet feeling, "How much does this goods cost a We Will Have jf ft t
4 within yard?" he queried the clerk. i
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4 For I know, although I cannot hear "Thirty dollars' was his answer. 1 1l
4 The peeling of the belles. I "Thirty dollars? Say, man, just 1t l

-. ._un_. I IGargoyle. make me a small watch fcb. x Game on Saturday t ..,4 !\St
44 She-"Don't you love a night like And then he left_ I
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try. By Quarters iJ
Guest: "These oysters sell! I !
" -The Campus. I, Waiter: "Ah sir. and if they could fi Come Down !1\

only speak, too, think what they could LI !r-fi
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tell me.-Pelican. i
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.f : Prices always ReasonableL. jj Cases, Aeolian, Vocation, Pathe Phonopragph, Napanse Kitchen -

t C. SMITH : g Cabinets, Belding Hall Refrigerators, Aerolux Porc: : r

JI I ............. OO < Cleaning, Shades, Premo-Eclipse Gas Ranges, Domestic Science: Fire-
: | less Cookstoves, Robinson Rodgers "Restwell Bel: ing. ;';

Uncle Moses I Altering, fl Office Furniture, Floor Coverings, Draperies, China and
Money to Loan ; ;
We Carry a Full Line or Musical; Instrumentsand 5 Glassware, Window Shades, Awnings. [W j jn
I Complete Line of Strings"Clothes" Next McCollum: Drug Store
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t "Dull party, isn't .it?" .

EDITORIAL DEPARTMENT "Very dull, yes." ..

Herbert G.; Ford ....__.._...____..___........... ....._....._..............Editor in ChiefC. "Let's clear out." : Men Demand the -

Stuart Hall, Jr.,.............?.........................._........u..u..........Managing Editor "I can't. I live here.-Ex.

Truman Green ......_.....__._....,.+.-r............... Assistant Managing EditorF. --'

O. Spain, Jr.......__.__....._Sporting Editors ___-....___............. A. N. Sollee Some shredded wheat, Best Clothes Values

ROY B. Hoskins, Murray Cohen, Har-old Klock, .'....:...:.:......!..._... Reporters And then f.

Richard Knight .__........._....._....__. .....__.._.........................__ Society Editor An egg or two; _. : .: I

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I Ij BUSINESS DEPARTMENT A quiet snooz1.And :..
Herbert MV: Friedlander .._.__ ..............__...............__.... Business Manager lo. -- ; .

j Maurice Stein .......?_:._ ....... .__ .. .._....._.............?......Ass't. Business :Manager The lecture's through. \tom. I .,_ Prices--- -- -,;.

Alex. White -.__. ... _..........._...._,.....-- Circulation Managr: A little bluff '..eOn 1 I 1 "

_..--... ..... --..--....-. ..-----.....---..-.+.-..-............------....-............................ .-..... learned stuff,
4 ; .'.zr- VMECHANICAL DEPARTMENT Ho, hum. ) i j : Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes are sold a
)I. B. Knight ...._.......__........?.... ......., _. .......00.........__....__.......__.__.... ..._?_..... Foreman It's not bad fun;

.B. O. Smith ........ .. ... ..?-' .' .. .............. Pressman Somewhat a bore, .' .L very small margin of profit We lose,
A.:T .: :::::::::: :: :::::: :: : : *. .:. ....::1:==.:..:::: Assistant Pressman But nothing more- !. ;, but gain friends for these fine clothes.

And soon ; I
The section's done. T ,. .
Entered as second class matter, September 28, 1912, at the post.
1 A question sheet,
office at Gainesville, Fla., under the Act of Iarch> 3d, 1879. I
Ii : Place all communications and news items in boxes designated for that A survey of fleet, -. .. I Wolf Brothers
purpose in Peabody and LanguageHalls. And then ..
t A muttered "Damn. '.
Three hours thereIn _
.i Rate-The Florida Alligator, $1.50 the year. wild despair, ..... 'I The Home of Hart Schaffner & Marx

And lo. ..
Clothes for Men and Boys :
DO COLLEGE MEN THINK? A flunked exam. ,...
At no time in the intellectual development of the citizens of our country Over the Telephone.He'lo fCS: Franklin Street Tampa, 'a
Thatchoo, Kit?
has the obligation of the college and Univer itv towards politics been:: sr
Sure. Slil ain't it?
<:reat. The guidarce of the Ship of State is in the hands of men who have
Betcherlife. Whenja gitback?
tried to sense public opinion in order to make fair and equitable decisions ii! -.-. ..
Smornin'. -
< matters of public policy. This has always been so in our country and is th" -
\ Lihvilago.
reret: of the permamence of the Nation. Public opinion is largely generated Javvagcodtlme: ? I

f by the attitude of men for whom the great masses of people have sincere
admiration and unqualified respect. Now many men who mold public opinion .
Kit i
Wherjo go, ?.
are. products of or are at present living in our great college communities?
Sconsun. Werjco? .. "Noted For Quality"Diamonds
The President of"the United States has been condemned for being a
Michgun. Jevver go?, .
'practical idealist"-college professor whose four-walled classroom had become Jawanyfun? Fine Jewelry, China ,Cut Glass and
a cloistered haven from affairs of the world and whose theoret'ea: h t,: ---
Uh-huh. Lots. Wenre yuh-cummin ....
ijiowledge of world events merely accentuated his unfitr ess for the high offic .> ; ,
OV-. ?. Ii '.. \t Silverwnre.
)he now holds. Hs: first your years of "mirule" was too timorously dealt '' {
....Safnoon. ., ,i 104 West Bay Street
xvith'lo him tremendous the condufvf ?
.. save returning by a popular majority to !
Srite.Ve'l! .
song. .
-* the affairs of the nation for another term of office. Then came the war : :jr eection! P"ckr rs Si rt or: Request
Mid its cor sequences. Fought on the belief that the winning of it wouln Slong.Unh.: .. of Nevada Sagebrush!, Class I
rake all future wars impossible, the President insisted that the Covenantmown | PinsRingsMcdaisTtcllicst

3 it : as the League of Nations be part of the treaty of peace. Tis insist- I !
T. o once by one blow would destroy the old order of things. His acquiesence to "
Why are you angry with me? said i.
the easy precedent of all previous settlements, would set back into being the the e'to
nO the chin.
old.qrder? :? ,He insisted,,as the constitutionality designated: authority of our Words have passed between us, was- AUTO SUPPLIES ANDACCESSORB :1

i country on the carrying out of the great issues for which this country fought. the ply.--Jester..

I The question is-was he true to Ameria? Goodyear
1 I No matter what reaction: my reader ha: at this point if he has continued He -Are you still deaf to AjaxTires

I with me sir ce the opening sentence. I beE eve I have made him think. pleadings? my ..I

-' II I: John Erkstine in "Th
I I hose of us who have been trailed at great cost to our families, ourselves, but .1.S"e
what if I were to offer SAVESERVESATISbYGainesville
or University Endowments, return in some measure, the reults of that trainii -
j ;you a diamond ring?
'I.. g to the community in which we live-the Nation to which we owe allegiance She Oh1! I'm not stone deaf.-The I I Auto Supply l C
J J Tkia-Nation demands of us that we bear arms in time of war; why Corcordlensis. I mpany

j. tan it not demand that we use our minds in time of peace? There is a vase I!
> I IL fund of evidence for and against the League of Nation;:;. Thera are mar.y 1P21-What do freshmen do with --' I

( minds whose mental coi volution ; are not afTezted by evidence: nor by digging: their week-ends? !

'J:; 1 into the propagar da or truth: (a3 the case may be. behind: it). Propaganda 1f23-Put their caps on 'em.J- JOHNSCN--PARMACY:
:is not always a whole cloth' of lies, b it its orijin doss( : not bas elk it? inerity* Sour Owl.

It is part of the training: of the College University man to be in a po t Drugs\ Mcdicirvs Stationery, Toilet and Rubber; Coeds
\ I Ie
sit i 'on to make his decision on the ba-ii of the facts in the case. What thos.j A man's c'oths reveal his tailor; I uu: niMee Prrso j |Attertion! to rerciiptjorOn'y FurtM .

be found clear of the th..cca a woman's 1 Crcgs Us.d Low ,.
facts are can only by a analytical study causes herself.-Tiger. j F.ioeQup.'ifj Con iead.

,, ... :;ions and the events which have led up to the crisis: before us in the jI I Gainesville, Florida. .1
settlement of the greatest war of the world ever engaged itself in. Focwhat I
r rA rF "Sh's stringing mo oM] \ scl >H
: r
? For aggrandizement: for imagined wroi g, for commercial supremacyof i I
!. a group of Nations for reprisal on a war crazed foe-no, none of these, he shoe in despair. "I've eyes to see r- -- _____. ______
but bless
but for the purpose of preventing future wars in this world of ours where my soul whenever, I m

men might live together in peace, in perpetuatii g great constructive enter- around I get all wrapp"d un with hand "r I DROP IN
I'm I
tonguetied.Froth.CromI .
prLes, living as God wished his children to live.

Do College men think? Yes. college men are capable of thinking. Ar:

hey; thinking in this gr3.it political crisis when the world's security rest* was disappointed this af OTTO F. STOCK

or. a preference in Presidential candidates in one country? Unless they do. ternoon.

here is little hope that the: ret of the vast electorate wall receive from thj /.i-k' -HovCrom -? ;

University and College communities any help, any guidance in making this Just as T came up b hind Tailor{]

Nation's Great Decision.-Franklin J. Dunham, Columbia University. two girls one of them nra<* .nviti"'a'v I

-----___ _____ 0 -_-. squeezed-'-e s-'u"'zP1' and squeezed and hej i 'II Alteration
A good Editor is one who knows Dear Succinct: Since I enrolled at Jack Ah! I Cleaning! Pressing

what to put in the waste basket. the University I have heard the girls Crom And whi1 I I Phone 354V II
J 'VTS 'ii"s'n0'h \ Ctlincsllei
Provonian. talking about dates. Tell me what a aid: 4And sI1.ueezpd and squeed I JAmerican
date is and how them.
1 1r to acquire but try as he might. h- couldn'tv" -
-Louise. a cent out of I ". __ r
thirty dollars i _
fellow tries to kiss woman a week. i I .r"T.i -- ___ __ '. i
a =
If a My Dear Louise: Dates grow in < ____ __._=
and gets away with it, he's a man; Palestine, Arabia: and other Oriental Ph. D. (to a frpsh student "o had ::11I11 _.___- __.- -- = '

if he tries to kiss her and doesn't get countries. They also flourish on the met on th<> str et.)-Mv .j

away with it, he's a brute; if hedoesn't walls of telephone booths in fraternity don't you ever attend a place Rood of man. / Shoe Repair Co.

try to kiss her but would get houses and in pool halls. Send me _i-.:_ ? wor- .

,. away with it if he tried, he's a cow- your picture and you will hear fromme Fresh Student-Yes, sir I !111I1 iii} and Shine Parlor
ard and if he doesn't try to kiss her ; am on |
; soon or I will return the picture. mv way to see her 1111I!
wouldn't if he did, he's wise now.-Arizona Ceo.
and a Tam
-Succinct. Wildcat. ,
j a1 and Lou's
I y'a' Eli ides
Pro ,rje:
\ man.-Dirge. -Iowa Frivol. 1111ff ors I
a t _
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i Departing Pupil-"Ah, Professor, I 1. ".Vest Main Street N-
{11111 Phnn,139'
;Our early weather was like a Ford He-What became of that shimmy how can I ever thank you? I oweeverything J. V. Blume, A(eat, *
: m Buckman
oar.-Just enuf spring in it to create dancer you used to go with? I know to ;you." +nn, JGaiinefville

that tired fesling.-Exchange. Him-She shook me.-Cartoon. _, P..fosso.-\I.d.m.: please do not L= === = FlorichJ
mention such a trifle?" Ex. == ==_ ==== =" _
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DUVAL COUNTY .++..............e.......+.4

A f t I Room No. 67 Thomas Hall scene of .. .

0' powerful explosion which completely YOUNG MEN'S STYLISH SUITS
A // / i wrecked the political ambitions of t i
/ /"::
and enthusiastic candidates -
Zl aspiring
, :: 7-atz.1c 1 f.'I3.'tt. an M from DUVAL COUNTY. I j'4d $25 Suit, Sale Price .-..-----_---- --- ___ __ ___.$17.50 :
;- A Much "Hush" money: was used to l i j' I $30 Suit, Sale Price --...----------------_-____.___________$21.50 .
I "i! The Smile Fellows the H place pres"nt candidates in lucrative I{ a.015 Blu Serge, All Wool, -----...---.........-______$31.00 .
: Spoon cf icos It is understood from "l adero:
r f' behind the! scenes" tat all graft will
t :
: : t.t b" equally: divided amongst those BUSY BAZAAR
q who get it. After several ballot boxes: 3 .
t J.
: :- ..____ :::. ;_ -:: = __ .r_:: :=:--.: :::::::::: .::::::::. were :rtiffed by admirers of Rajah 113-115 West University Avenue
Ahur Scl'e2, he easily secured the :
-t'" _...
Clown (Prrs.) Prince George Stan- :

r i Do-an's Btcy cle* Shop II ta ley...s having with masticated p-eviously coca-nut bribed the maca-vo- I" .. ...... ............

I which he secured under false i'
I t Kast Main: Street ff rcrrs fn-r.:; fr-m the! Jacksonville'.,9G Q ..4..........e+..........i
L .J racked; Works, for this deliberate I' .
"f amc-up' was made the assistant .

crown wearer (Vice Pres.) Had he I : University students, by :
ret r rormd the above hungarious
I THE NEW YORK RACKETAgent ; feat, he would have been completelyicrzcd patronizing The White House .

I" For" 1" in t'-.e reaction: because of hia Dining Room, may enjoy the 4
, -. attitude: en. "Why are the Reds II : satisfaction of knowing they .:.
; FIrsheim Shoes I I red? GM Emir George :Milam a have the finest service and most

.It., I noble of few words was secretly delicious food on the market ..
\ placed as for ign ambassador (Sec.), .
Gainesville Table d'Hote 4
k.'t r ".V'.cs functions will be to settle all
, -'isputes of "Whose Rat That Is?" in'xcu'.ive : meals, $1.00. Parties and Ban- ,. ::

personal combat. Potente uets by special arrangement. ,,"" .

I Gainesville Furniture Co. -.1 Andrew Simmons, not A. Persimmon, or Table Reservations .., .': 4
but. an ancient relative! of the king + Phone 295. ..
i. -- -Tib'n: tion cf the vault (Treas), because I 1
many men of dark and hazy : The White House Dining Room : :4
D- R. COX, Prol=rietor. -as*s signed his bond, and shall in 1 + .

I -: I he future be personally responsible I Gainesville's Social Center .
Phone f6. ?cr each and every debt incurred by 1
p ts meters here and elsewhere Thos' I .

L that we owe, be sure and see him before 1 1>. ........ ... ...........
he declares a bankruptcy.
Hailing from the watered oasisof
-1 Duval, the following petty kings .::::::; : :: =::: :: ;: --= :

:da were .present to eat the macaroons. The Alachua Restaurant and Lunch Room '
Gods ifj W|
Ir Spirting 11 All those b'!cause of sickness of their :
:oats or chickens are summoned to
Foot Ball, Base Ball, Lawn Tennis: appear attired in their royal livery. L.\DIES.-\-D GE-TLE\IEN.: I
i it the next gathering of his royal .- ,i .. 11
- Hardware of AH Kinds. appiness, failure to do so will de- M 4 Half: a Bock from Atlantic Coast Line Depot
irieve unloyal subjects of forty first I TeJfPhore 501
Gainesville, Flat
I '. lass damsels or a many camels ands .....
I THE THOMAS COMPANY.V'f. "- -s. Th geograp'iical position of : ::; .:::.::: :::: = ::;-:=: .::=:: ;: % ::::-r .1Ii .

Phone 22. he k'rgs are: Barrs, M., Baya J.

... t_ G., Begg: J. A., Boyd, C. W., Boyd.T. : .
R., Champlin E., Ferris F., Gill.B. *'/-
., Gunn, S., Genne, E. F., Hitchcolk. he Correct Length j. .
:1.Hinkley, E. D., Jeacle, Kitchen, H. I Of a Mans Sack coat this Fallis I

I! Palm Parlor .; ., Madison. W. :\Middletcn, W. S.IHam half way Between his wrist and his fist-armsA'tfinijingnaturally. ]
i ) G. Miller, R. G., Moss, R. z.,
It stand and
you'll up put on one of yotifsweetliMrtsbi -
-asc-al, G. R., Pcmeroy, E. F., Pomrcy -
'. II t S. L., Simmons: A. C., Stanley, ''ets, w:11 s'uv y n e{ i3tlv where "tij ;coat ,

I s. G., Stanley, R., Solee.A., Taylor, J. leaves off ant the pints bz\n.\ Honest: fellows, our fall suits
r "ICE CREAM DE LUXE" % Terry, Warnock, K. 1\!., Wilson, R. arc m ide by mister designers; so tint: every mm who tries.; !"

M. These nobles being duly anointed one on looks as if he were wearing HIS OWN SUIT and ..,?
! : : Popular and Classical Sheet Music. High Grade Candies. with carbon) bissulphide by the maid- not brother Bill's. ,.
I TS of t 1e'king's harem depareted
j: Cr nets Exclusive! Slationery. vith much gusto and shall :stay away Nuff Sed J'.

1k .... ---, until further notice.
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t. Burnett The Clothier

: yes Td; el Gl Hes Fi.te.* THE FRAT PIN.

1 \ He wore his college frat pin
Lens Just southward of his heart.
Ve Do Our OWl: Cr'nding-
fi And vowed that from that resting ::=: :::::= "r =:: J.::== :::::= ::::::: :='_':::: =;::: :::: ::: .:.:r
r., \ DelayJ.H.Oo1es place rc" .y"n
V : The pin: sh ud! ne'er depart. ,
Years. that passed still found him
[ & Son. Ever firm and standing pat, 1\J\ : << IS THE OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHER -
, Still wearing his college fratpinIn : re 1 ARABLE 1 FOR THE UNIVERSITY OFFLORIDA
honor of his frat. f
welcrs and Optic'a; s G un2ivillc% Florida n

L:: -- One day his two years confused him, -: --:: ::= = =- :::: ::;:: .. :::: ::::_:: ::;:_::::: ::::%:
H'_' J
If ,, His high resolve took chase,
' "
. '01'' ,, .1 A soft voice coaxed the frat pin
I F > ) 1 it ail First Cbs$ Service come to the Ii
From its old abiding place.
) II A They're now in a little bungalow,
C. L. LUNCH ROOMOne With "Welcome" on the mat, II Foot Ball
:? And*the frat-pin fasten baby's clothesIn

Ioororlh: A. C. L. Depot ,'. honor if his frat. Shoes, Uniforms and Supplies, .
'I- Penn. Stata Froth.
"' '-
;-.; ;::=--4c ;: :.;:: :::-.y ;;- ';;;<>: --: -Z.; ;, Base Ball

) -- Trr .T4 Gloves, Mitts, Shoes and Supplies, .

J \' While In Jacksonville ;J S H: O E; S Tennis .

; GO TO ., njfi+ 4 4idI H n. M. *EHC.H. : H: > Rackets, Balls and Supplies, p
V f "....
fiiI Rq91 O Gainesville, O Bicycles
1 ..
dJ Repairing: and Supplies.

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society was strongly represented $
I at the meeting on last Monday

I It i t home of good pictures. night. After a discussion of business ffi I j

i matters, Mr. Stein, the Debating I Cafeteria Service
; NEXT WEEK PROGRAM Council representative, informed the
; % society of the plans and aims of e x -

Sat: "Trial of the Cigarettee"Mon Council.Dr. gi at the
Farr was present and told ie in
f : Eleine Percy in new members of the.oupnding of Jhe ,

"Her Honor The :Mayor" society some nine years ag., ot *.._ 1 "BLANCHE" .

1 his interest its well ,
plans, of in re
Tues: Robert \V. Service's"LawofYuloi" znffi
humorously adding that in the perpetuation I Im

I of the society lies his < .*y W Home ooked Foods Home Prepared Salads Hot BJICJih

Wed: Wallace Reid chance for immortal fame. Dr. Farr's S

"Hawthorne U. S. A." address was inspiring and should Patronize Those .Who Patronize You. j

.cause all members to take a deeper m .
Thurs: All Star Cast |
club.A .
;' interest in the affairs of this !
,J I "Children of Destiny"Fri red-hot debate Was held on the Ifi 1 1 1Here's 1f

_' : NormaTalmadge j I subject: "Resolved, that the Board ififfiffiffiffiffiffiffiifisifiififfiffiffiffiffisffisffif $$! i
.BrandcVoman. j!'of Control acted wisely in curtailing

I the dormitories at the University of
1 Florida and the Florida State College

i I! MILITARY DEI-AIMMENT i for Women." The question which is

I+II II" j a very live one at this time and was

1 hard fought by both sides. No decision
It is estimated that there will bi .
was rendered. The affirmative was
about 2,900 vacancies for second lieutenants I
represented by1.. Stein and J. R
in the regular army after all i Wells, and the negative by H. Fried- .
'j f the appointments resulting from the' The Big News
fJ lander and R. B. Hoskins.
;J recent examinations have been made.If .
i i A debate and several recitations are
there are any students at the Uni-I i
1 i I scheduled for next Monday night.
versity of Florida who will be 211
Keep on the society bulletin
i I your eye -
1 years of age on or before June 21st, i j
board, Arts and Science men!
1921 and who feel that they would j: You break through for a "touchdown"every .
like to take the examination for a I I t
Military Science Assignments for the time when yon get one of the new
commission, they are requested to seethe i!I
Professor of Military Science and i]I Tuesday, November 2. Fall suits we're showingYou're sure of
Tactics with' a view to changing their ,,
courses so as to take up subjects in I j i M. S. IV, Tactics.M. I the highest quality because Hart Schaffner i
I S. III, Infantry Drill Reg.M.
which they will be examined. Under
S. II, Infantry Drill Reg. & :Marx make the clothes for us; biggest
the present law, 21 to 27 years of age
M. S. I, Infantry Drill Reg.
is the limit of acceptance. values because our profits are down to bed
School of Platoon. Close order.

Wednesday: Nov. 4. rock.

Thursday, Nov. 4.
Test: School of the Platoon. Company -
(, ._-, Stylish all-wool
standing will be determined. l' ,

The Army Reorganization Bill of Saturday, Nov. 5. **

June 4th, 1920, permits an officer who I M. S. IV, Tactics. r guaranteed, suits -

4 holds a Reserve Corps commission to M. S. III, Infantry Drill Reg. for men at college.
also hold a National Guard commis- I School of the Platoon and Com-

sion. This will be of interest to Reserve pany. Close order. .

Corps officers who wish to keepup

their training by membership in Conductor-Watch your step, Miss. ,. 5 O

the National Guard. Sophie-It is not necessary, there I I $31 to $ 5 72Q :

are several sapheads behind doing !);

. 1 Liberal provision has been made that.-Wampus (U. of Cat) j

I under the Army Reorganization Act
for the entrance of enlisted men to No. 1 from Hester street-"Say,

West Point. Those men who served Abie, vy don't you pull down de vin-

'. during the World War and who may doxvs ven you luv yore vife?"

be enlisted at the time of their entrance I No. 2 from Hester street-"Vat?"
No. 1-"I say vy don't you pull
examination will be especially
i I down the window shade I
favored in respect to age limits andso yen you luv I
.1E 1 f'l forth. Any student who servedat yore vife? I saw you last night." '.. ."' : I
I No. 2="Ah de joke's I -'
I'i least one year vuring the World on you;
IIi War vusn't home last night."-Sun Dod- Our Branch at the COLLEGE I
i, and who may be interested in I INN is at your service. I
this matter may obtain more detailed ger. |I ''I

information at the office of the Pro- J
Ii IiI E fessor of Military Science and Tac- "Speaking of bathing in famous .
I,r I' springs," said the tramp tourist, "I I L
i, tics.The i
bathed in the II
I.. !, strength of the Officers Reserve spring of 86." I
i. Corps is 66 832 men distributedby I Davidsonian. I :

.. : grades as follows: lJ,
j 3.. I Meet friends at the Bon .
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Marriage close
I 3.f Brigadier a -- -- "" -.
Generals corporation, "
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I f! drink and! ------ $ -. $--- ;" j
{ with the Ton, you can smoke : I i. --: : -- -"". ,,,,,, ,
wife -
i chairman
iJ Colonels, 279.Lieut'nant of the advisory --- I

JNf r j I'iJI'! Colonels, 1,124. board.-Ex. be merry there. SAVE .
g FROM $1 TO
'I'I Majors, 5,786.Captains $2
,I : I I I We don't keep Candies, Drinksand
13,109. The girls wait for
you at Cigars, we sell them and renew On
: First lieutenants, 16 904. I Every Pair of
j I, Shoes
Second lieutenants i'j I Popular place 'The Bon Ton' : our stock almost daily at During
29,621. M Our Sale
I The Bon Ton. NOW ON
This includes all branches of the be sure to go there. .
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service and Reserve officers from all Yale student: How do make
sources. No information is at hand The Bon Ton is the place to hash? you 1 UNITED SHOE STORE

showing how many Reserve officer meet all of the girls, they make Nemo: You don't-it just accum- I j

are products of the R. O. T. C. their ulates.-Record. ...--- --::. ._--_- ...... '"--..-. -....--- j ,
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. The Polk County Club held its first.J Dry country, 'tis of thee,
meeting last Thursday night in Room Sweet land of liberty,

j 53, sixteen members being present.Mr. Of thee I sing, I Ii

W. W. Tillman was elected president Be Prohibition's tide. .

Mr. Rollie Tilman vice-president, Swept o'er the Nation wide. '.::.. ....:. ,.
Mr. W. F. Cody, secretary and treas- Luck'ly my fathers died; \i : '

uer and :Mr. Frank Ange, sergeantarms. They had their fling. :

My native county thee, )l( J

A motion was carried that a Con- Dry as a saddle-tree.
\ .r
stitution and By Laws be drawn up Thy name I praise. ;> ;;.. ..TRADEVI MARK
for future reference and "or the benefi Closed are thy many stills;
tof the Pok County Club in the Soon must I seek the rills '( ':
tIj years to come. Mr. C. Hine and :Mr. G. When thirst my arynx drills, : .
Howard and Mr. E. L. Matthews were My tongue ablaze. I ,''"" -
apointed members of a sommittee to Let prohibition breeze II '&!
this constitution. Once but wheezeGo tlf lirylfll'' IP7il'm! a .
draw a party "
up S t tnIi! rq_ '' ,UI! ''ll ll"I, ; '' t.! -. (
I It was decided that the Club should to it strong! llIT ..:::-. '..
meet on the first Tuesday of each Let every smoker quake.Or .

month hereafter, in the same room, his tobacco shake- : !1: .
that smokes refreshments and so Down with the dance! Awake! .: .
forth should be provided so that each Push it along!

J- meeting would be an event to look Juputier Pluvius.

forward to. Parched as Vesuvius.Am .

Mr. R. Tillman made a short speech I, Oh king! fff:
to the eect that Polk County was the And now comes the worst, : ;

r best county in the state and made a If I am ever cursed ;'. ffDON'T

suggestion that each member get up I With an cld-fa hioned thirst, _

and state their name, home town and No more I'll sing!
other things regarding their life hereat I -Ex.

the University. This suggestion j
was promptly carried out and after I First Bo--"I may: b2 poor now, take a fellow's pipe. Take Some other possession. i

refreshments consisting of an abund- ; but when I was young I had ma own
in his is fellow's of
carriage." wrapped up pipe a peace
ance of apples and salted peanuts

furnished by Mr. Angle the meeting !! Second Bo-"Yep, and yer maw mind, his relaxation, his contentment. This is more than
adourned. !I1 pushed It."'-Jade (Vanderb'lt: ).

I II I FOR SALE true if it's a W D C Pipe, because then a good smoke is multi-
I Cne Ford car in first-cass: trim.

Federal Vocational Club !I I Ias no tir, b"t runs en the rim. plied many times over. Our special seasoning process takes

i, The Federal Vocational met Tuesday fr'rt Five wheel sfck"s, gene from:: the left care of this by bringing out all the sweetness and mellownessof

_4 night for their firs*, smoker of ,
j No f'-nt springs and a broken the French briar. dealer
: the season. I windshield. genuine Just you go to any good

.1,' address A very was interesting delivered and by instructive the presi- ,j Trp all t-rn. r'!.. .t ''n 4V back' and select several good shapes. Put them in your rack. I
Han'\ tools not
1 dent of the Agricultural club after''' even a jack. cool and be well I
Smoke time
: i I THs ca- rams w' a cthTs stall. a one every you'll on your
the minutes of the last meet- .
!| Fa's no hub errs; r't cvrp a plank.
ing was read bv the secretary. j way to pipe-happiness.
Radiator butted, carburetor
Cigars and cigarettes were present'and
after being passed around every- cracked. -' I : J
Will run forward can't ba backed
body lit up and a good smoke was en- i i
joyed by all ._Hi's cn two. t -!n on f"'ur, WM. DEMUTH & CO. NEW YORKWoRLD'S
A bargain! If "nterps'"d call B. E. .1
Mr. Jennings was the first on the LARGEST PIPE MANUFACTURERS
Runs a mile bfrr- :t 1 it. any more. _
program with two interesting poems. I
Walls, Griffith, No. 2.. I IS
Mr. Plilfe followed with a comical ,
little story another interesting talk __ _
was made by Mr. J. G. Smith, after
Man'q hair turns gray before woman's -
which our Honorary Member and ]
Counsellor Prof. F. W. Bucholz also I I I ; ,
I That known n n ere clime;
pave us an interesting talk. The bus- j
iness I.!i The *' p1anati"n's "i-v for LT L-J ffi $ yi ift :
was then discussed and arrange- He wears it all t':*e +:-ne. ;5 i I
ments were made to recieve new mem- l I !;1 i iI'i
-The Mirrcr
hers. The meeting was honored t
F 7 by the nr*>s'>nce of five visitors. I -- ifiHi!; _. \ i,
't c' Your e"es ar3 like diamonds; THE COLLEGE MAN'S
A delicious
course of ended
punch ;;; .
,'.,; our first real meeting of the season. Your features are fin>>. ;Hi;; HEADQUARTERSPorters' -.., -' -' li
God bless you. uy darling, HiHi -'

I wish! you were mire ;;;
1 11 i ii
Lets go to Tampa Saturdav. -The Tatler lir 1 j ji
1 i
What are we gonna do to Tulane.
The mo'''n shone -f> -.t -bove, .. ;)

As he told her of his love; i il r*
WP don't keep Candies, Drinks The col" left her cr"'ks. i i'ff

a and Cigars. we sell them and re- But on the colar o fhis coat i

r p\v our Mock almost daily at] It showed up plain for weeks. ii, .
'r ,
The Bon Ton. -Ex. 1 !

Most of the U. of Fla. who i {
'.4' men run
't: 1:== .. ._ .. ji 1
.t: r ? \*. n iiJl into Jacksonville never think of going! :_ .

f\$ 1' back to school without stopping at least p r-
Save from $1.00 to $2.50 onM'ns' j I r -
t 1.-1 ::1 long enough to> see what's new at Por- !t i
; b shirts and shoes

4-j !jf Money to Loan 4 A ::/z / ter's window. They generally take !t.' ;.'.

t ; at r J x ; ) time to step in and take a close look-- 4
1 W.SOBOL ,/1 :
j I ; .. they know they won't be urged to buy. .

:: i !Turn the Corner and Save Money i e)f -;'f O 1919 Kaox: Hat Company IaG) t.7ft

f Knox Hats ; !IIt
Opposite the First National t f
Bank s ; ifiifi Cross Hats i. !
::n \
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I I !yi'"f IS

Oolson Land Company I !!if? -I !

Improved Farms of all sizes I! -- I i!
All sorts of City Property !

Buyers At right should prices consult and them reasonable before terms.making ifiifi! .. .. .1| I I&ttttttXttttttWWtt '
CJ_ ::t. Bay and Laure Jacksonville, Fla.
I choice of property :
Office opposite A. C. L. Depot Phone No 414 !R j, .i.iR
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All--Star Half Professional Aggregation f --...---'- .".""-...---= -.--......--= ----.;-.;.---- -_-........ ? -" [';I

Country Hailing the Couldn't'Gators.From All Hold Over t Upper Igr( ??men aqd R it t$! M 4 -I HENRY GIDDENS CLOTHING C CO.So .

Continued from dage one. 4 Do you go to Sunday School? # ,

the ball two yards, nearer the goalon p Let's go Sunday, to the best class in town. H licits the business of College men, guaranteeing :

1 a cross buck play.. On the next f We have good'music and an interesting 4 quality and I
dash stvles high grade workmanship
play Anderson made a pretty correct I
around left end for a gain of 18 yards M lesson. t1B .
Carlton made' 12 yards on a fake '.* STETSON HATS
ply around,left end, and on the next ,li Come! qt 9:30: a. m. Sunday to the First jr$* KNOX HATS, ,

play C. caught a forward Presbyterian B raca Class. yI 4 i iI iI
and 'brdiht the ball to the 35 t ... ..... .... .... .... HANAN SHOES,
pass --........-..-..-.-...-....;:-: --- ;.-.----: _--:- __---- 040.----; --; AOoo-- -; .:: AIoo.- -
yard line. Wilsky went out again I I
and Meich was sent in to take Per- ... ... -- ---.... KUPPEN HEI
_-:____ _---"""- _-",,, <0.----,"" ___-_ _-7------- : I ROGER PEST, ER
ry's place at guard, Perry playing f

i center.Florida kicked oiv the 10 yard line. I Florida Times-Union njf z l AND SOCIETY BRAND CLOTHES

Southern forced to kick after four v, ..
downs. Carlton made 5 yards over 8 Daily Sunday H{
right tackle and C. Anderson went Y I Henry Giddens Clothing Co
around left end for a three yard gain. I
l.i Always Ahead with the News Hl
Two passes were not completed ana 7"J a, Florida.
S the ball went over. Southern kicked t JH
and Florida got the ball on the 35 \J H I
yard line. A short pass to Carlton College Sports and Athletics t kt:j jj I
netted five yards more. Baker went Featured in Every Issue A Giddens Building The Clothing: Corner

out and Hodges, a new comer at the ((1(1A i t 111 I Ii Franklin at Lafayette Phone 2267Bailey
University went in at left tackle. FOOT BALL TENNIS
The ball went over and Southern was H 1- GOLF BOXING i. I
forced to kick after four tries thru i -
the line. Hodges got in and froke up I I........N...ON.............941.
the plays before they could I ,
.y Results of every sporting and athletic event H I II
started. Florida kicked and Southern : : The
fumbled the ball, Florida recov anywhere completely covered by Sporting 1 ,
ering. Two passes to Carlton broughtthe t. Edito;, Harvey Culley, and corp of efficient r* i : Clothier 1
ball to the 10 yard line and another assistants. Mft {
short pass placed the ball on the J 'f I I: TJC7\lrP1=\:. >FLORID1=\:
3 yrd line. Carlton carried the ball t M 4 SUBSCRIBE TODAY
q qt.
through center for the second touch- I ; Suits $37.50 to $75
down. He missed the goal. t. Agt. ,
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With only a few seconds to play 41 Buckman Hall My. I. Ready to-wear
j Florida !shoved; in several new men vI
I t
but hardly had the teams lined up \\i ..... -_., .,.,.,'-__ -......" -.....,.... ---. --,.. _____ ""! .. .. .
when ,the referees whistle sounded -.Y'- --, ...".- .."- _.., --...- --...... ..... _-.... -------- .- \ ......... ... .
which 'ended one memorial merry-
go-round :=: :: :::: :: ;:::::: ::::: == .

"Man About. Town"- Scattered__ Some I Tur : Ua i ) >

I:' "Chips" That Settled Wrong on QUALITY STORE. w I ; .: SPEED IE'S PLACE..%_
the University
Campus. i !
r .
The Store For Better Values i ) Headquarters for
(Continued! from pr ga or e) Jr J : .
exaggerated self-esteem of the writer. H Everything in Gent's Furnishings! fa =- .
ePrsonallyHvd cannot say that we :+ South Side Square. Gainesville, Florida A MI 1// University Student:

entirely agree with his estimate. If them there for Soft Drinks, Cigars, Tobaccos,
the ;::::= -:: == ::, : ::: : ::=:::: = 3.::'= ::- %'
two articles
are any indication of
I the calibre of the authorwe I Candies, Stationery and Souvenir Cards
might whittle down the small end ............... .. L-

o'nothing to a point punch the pith ==:::::::::::::
out of a frog hair, put in ten thousand s
., such brains, and they would rattle. THE LISTS ARE CLOSING $ I I 1 I II It

There are three things the "Man .

About Town" lacks 1. a name; 2, 2 Only a Few Memberships: Available in :! I
brains; 3. guts ell started
an at-
,..t tack upon the team the coach, and t II7ILSON 1 1V
; the school and not having number 2 | Molnar's Eating Club COMPANY
t could not see his mistake and lacking V :
number 3, made a very weak and'ineffectual Join now if You want inside comfort and % I i
attempt to justify his J
t I standon Inside Prices I
j.t I.t I the grounds that it was for the best ; "GAINESVILLE'S FOREMOST SHOPPING CENTER"Featuring
of the team. If you can't boost, don't $ Molnar's Dining Room
As long as the "hewing" .
goes on and the cips fall I
on this cam-
We Specialize on Short Orders too
pus means buckets of blood!
Everything That a Good Department Store Should

JOS. J. SEYKORAPhone .......................O..0.00

i 107 Gainesville Florida
The greatest step toward establishing
i pre-war prices that has been taken in

r WHEN WARM WEATHER : Florida was Furchgott's Announcement of
I Comes our shoe sale will beover.
BUY NOW and save Sl Michael-Stern Suits
s s si si st to $2 on every pair. Unite! .. ,

i Shoe TREMENDOUS Store. SHOE SALE Stvles Men for"t 3 6 .5 0 ,:. Clothes Super o*

r.il. now going on. Wear new shoes TailoriaNow
il: and still save money. Buy now.
f'" United Shoe Store.
We Announce 25 per cent Off on

I Gainesville Company Electrical Supply J. B. STETSON: HATS

$10.00 etson Ei37. 5 c:>: J. B. Stetson
i. FLASHLIGHTS Hats $12.00 Hats cbg 00
"TKe StoroAccon\modfliif\A' 9,


.1.J you need anything electrical :
; lr\ the heart\ of
i drop in and see us. Jacksonville '.
j I' The Store for Men
512 East Main Street Telephone 122 We Fill Orders byj M

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