The Florida alligator
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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: November 5, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Orange and blue
Succeeded by: Independent Florida alligator

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::; ) or Walk, Tampa or Bust," is Individuals Will be Done Awa: ,Yt1'! Announces Coirpetition for Art, Ath- Preachers Couldn't Hold the 'Gators Bills Have Been Received for Military

Slogan-Band Accompanies the This Year Except in Case of I h.ic I and Other Student Body I In Check Interference Aids: I Equipment and Early Arrival is

S Strongest 'Gator Aggre- Seniors, Announcement. Pcsitions at Chapel. Carleton in Fcur End Runs Expected-New O. D.c Includedi

gation in History. I I -- -
Group pictures will replace indi- Velma Keen 1 On a soft field Ilorida ran away
At chapel Wednesday :i Due to the fact that a large number -
) (From Tampa Tribune) vucul pictures in the Seminole for Ed.t:.r-in-Chief of the Seminole: urged from Mercer in their game last Fri- I 1 of men will be away Saturday,

What and smirking, deb- 1221, with the the day, the Baptists being smothered
a young exception of pic- the ooperation of the entire student: Nov. 6, there will be no military for-

utante, attending her first dance, tuies cf the Senior class, according : body in getting out the annual this 30 to 0. Florida scored only 2 points mation at that time.

might term a "grand rush," was ex- to an announcement made this week I' > -r.r. Arti ts are especially needed during the first 29 minutes of play Bills have been received for the va-

actly what took place at the Horse- my J. Ve'ma Keen, Editor of the: an- !' tli 13 yar as the attractiveness of the but in the last minute of the second rious equipment ordered at the open-

j j1er shoe recently when tickets nual. I i quarter pushed over the first touch-
Eeminole depends a great deal upon I ling. of school by Major Ward. This
went on sale for the Tulane-Florida This new plan has been adopted according !' the art work. dcwn. equipment includes. new U. JJ. uniforms -

football which well be played to Mr. Keen of the Mercer\ just could not stop the Ga- :
! game on account This year a new system in being which will be issued just as
next Saturday afternoon at Plant large nuir.ber of organizations which tor engine. In every department of
inaugurated in regard to the staff I soon as they arrive, which is expected -

arc being formed on the campus, and selections.] In former years the staff: the game Mercer was outclassed even to be in the next few days.

-j fieldA peep into the till that night dis- which: will be represented in the an-I i Iss ben a-jointed from the student : though the first half might indicate Military Science Assignments for

. closed 800 bucks, reaped from the first nual, and also that the group system I body at largge by the Editor-in-Chief, : a tight affair. I the week:

golden harvest of football fans eagerto will cost less for the individuals and 1 Managing\ Editor and Business Man Carlton was the outstanding hero Tuesday, November 9th:

t gain vantage points where they will break the monotony of the singly! ager. Now it is on a competitive basis cf the game. He ran through the en- I MSI, Infantry Drill Reg.

may, undisturbed by posts, small pictures. The members of the Senior i and every man will have an oppor- tire Mercer aggregation several I MS11, Infantry Drill Reg.

4, boys, talkative old ladies and other class will be given due prominence i tunity to assist in the work and try times tor long gains and scored three I MS111, Instructors.

Q things of bother, witness the fray be- hcever, and several new features, cut fcr the various positions open. 1 1 of Florida's touchdowns. Pomeroy I MSIV, Tactics.

tween the 'Gators and Medicos. will be added to the! book which will The staff urges every man to turnout and C. Anderson: also played. a wonderful School of Platoon and Company,

Like the proverbial "hot cake," be put out by the class of 1921. I and do his part in making this, game. Pomeroy's stiff arm as '. Close order.Wednesday.

scampered the tickets for the payday In using the grouping system, the years' Seminole the best in the his-, u ual c eated havoc with the Mer- Nov. 10th. Ceremonies.

I grid tilt The whole of the sidelines I I staff of the annual wishes to get I tory of the school. Everyone; has an I ccrites. Captain Baker, Vandergrift Thursday Nov. 11th: Pitching and

<, for automobile parties is "long gone," the ccoperaticn of the entire student equal chance to show his w:>rt"l while:, and Perry; stopped everything that striking Shelter Tents; Company In-

only some of the spaces behind the body. Announcements will be made !' helping cut the staff and this exp -: i: came their way and not even an inchcru'd spection.

4, goals at the north and south ends re- from tiem to time in chapel regarding j r'encwill hel, cut next year when I be gained over them. I Saturday, Nov. 13th:

..' time pictures. another sta.7 will b? apointed.VIIV ; Only for Con's punting, Florida\ MS111, Drill
main. Gone is a big, generous whackof the: of taking group : Infantry Reg.
wculd have grabbed a couple of more
/ the ringside seats, and ditto scoresof and members of organizations ai I _.- tounchdowns. MSIV, Tactics.

box seats. requested by the staff to ]H" urompt I :: '' School of Platoon and Company,
This rush was even surprising after in attendance at the gatncrlnp"; atI I close order.
IN SOUTHERN Swanson, 1 e
the most optimistic sales estimates, which their group is to be taker. A I Imcmte I t
which} of course, was h'gh.: of the Seminole staff will: bat j FCOTCALL FOR SEVERAL I I B-ker, 1 g ..."a:
. Norton. I :MINOR
And still they are selling. The each gathering and will direct th2. YEARS K SPORTS.
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boxes and ringside are in most demand ar a-gment of the picture. | I -
-- Meisch.
at the opening. Th" announcement that a try out I l gVandergrift ... -- -. The following committeeon minor '
factor in Southern football t
To b a r
That a gala day is in store for Tamra I will b1 held 1 for Ath'etic Editor, Art j j ...,-- is announced
;: end: a real claimant for the ;, Driggers, r e sports :
is almost assured fact. Editor, Literary Editor and Humor !
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Chairman H. G. Ford.
r.cutl. Title beat B. Anderson, ,
1 : ern any team must ; q
The "Sport of Kings" and the na- Editor -. ee made in chapel:! Wednesday '.-
I the other! Southern teams who are C. Anderson, 1 h Senior Representative, R. L. Drig*
fifnal pastime will be entirely forgotten rnd next week rules and: SUgJr2;- ;: ,. .-
: Carlton h gers.
tions : will i j contenders! r ..., _. .
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for the time being next Sat- cmpedtors an- -- --
Junior J. Sher-
T'-o reader of this letter; will no i Stanley, f b .. Representath S
I'rday afternoon when the powerful nour -d. -- -
Mercer: man.
doubt at the end of the first'pang.apn :
Orleans Urc'e present plans. the S min<.b ; pause -- ,
- lavcn from Tulane, in New and say that anyone': Ecott. 1 Ie' --or Sorhomore Representative, R. L.
f'ashes with the rejuvenated and spirited must go to" press about March 1st, Gains 1 -- tanley.
knows that. The writer agrees that gLancaster
and die: to this the active cooperationof -- ---y -
clan of the University of Florida, every one knows that, but wants to 1 g Freshman Representative, A. L:.
in what has begin tastefully dubbed every, mmbrs of the! student r Pheil. .
I kncil the reader has stonped itj c
r tie "Classic of Florida" this season. body is d h'ired. j ccns'dcr how this applies to Tulane. I Hendon, r g ,- -- :. Faculty Representative, Dr. J. 3\!.

This the Tulane eleven is I Leake.
morning Cowart r t
scored this season by Southern When the 1920 Football Season is ,
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rnroute to Tampa freshened up from Ellison t Director of Minor Sports, Dr. R. r
: the dopesters will r
elevens, booked to take place in Tampa I a t ing o past "" 1_ .
the gruelling duel with "Hurryup"Yost's there! is little wonderment that I get: together: to talk about whdt Stokes, q G. Manchester.At .
gigangic Wolverines of the Ccne 1 h a recent meeting of the com-
such rn adv ance sale as aforem:ntion. : mint: hav teen, end doubtless they -
University of Michigan. Rentz, r h mittee, a large order for athletic
will lock back over the which
ed has been in forca since the! placing games
," Beaten by the Ann Arbor machine of the seats on sale. 1 Tu. r.e has played. The result will Weeklev, f b equipment was authorized and shouldbe

Fut: what a glorious defeat-one that with: strainingto be that they will find that Tulane Substitutes for Florida: Scott for on hand shortly. In addition the
"Fight every nerve
fame after an hour of the fiercest has played one game with a preparatory Norton; Ford for Scott; Pomeroy fir committee accepted athletic equipment
the b eaking point to wrest victory
fighting ever witnessed on the Michigan their shoulders, will Tulane and I school! two withlississopi col- C Anderson; Merrin for Stanley; valued at aproximately $100, which

field going down like wildcats upon Florida the historic l 1-g- s wh'ch will not give her any ebinson for Swanson; Coleman for was donated by the Y. M. C. A. thru
next Saturday at -
after a fight worthy of foe known with Driggers Scofield for Meisch. Secretary Geo. E. White.It .
any rrclosure. Both elevens are fit I 3. I. A. A. rating. one a Texas ;
disputing with their all every inch of them College which only result is that it For Mercer\ : Morris for Cone; is urged that all organizationsof

eround gained by the Wolverine, and as hands and training can make 'I I advertises Tulane, two with northern Welsh for Scott. minor sports, such as boxing, wres-

--- ir "orv department of the collies and TO- al era.pprs. each and every I C"l'eges which are so far away that Referee: White, Virginia. tling, tennis, etc., cooperate with this
member: bo'h squads: will present
favorit name giving an account oft I the advertising feature is lost, and Umpire: Rose, Georgia. committee in collecting data that will
., Tampa and surrounding country- j enable
them to formulate
rns lvps that will remain *'" a budget
long unonthe e rnly result gained is the fact that
snor* s desk,,t in the north, bordr side w'th the! most a-nazing and spec- the schedules! of past years have been GAME IX JAX for next year's committee.All .
.. i taculr- n'e-t of the crossd cha'klines I
.tQ.' Tic i is th kind of eleven the greatly; improved. And now we come In one of the best games ever seen
that it has been their! lot to wit-
TT-:..'".!it" ** Florida will Mash with I to the point of this article. Three of in Jacksonville, Florida's third team in Figures
'I ness in a d :. }11'-+ Saturdav at Plant field. I, One will b- striving with every I' the nine gams: played this year are took the measure of the American 2 lovers sat beneath the shade and

"TotrHrijj he Tulan souad. thp ounce of energy, brain and brawn to I j with teams: which count towards our Legion to the tune of 22 to 0. 1 un 2 the other said: "How 14-8

"to" is an improved biner. having erase *Ve 14 tl2 defeat of last yearj I gaining Southern recognition (Florida The first half of the game was a that you be 9, have smiled upon this

,the:S 0 th'" season spnin a ealavv of sur- its Mississippi A. & M.\ L. S. U.) tough scrap from all viewpoints. It suit of mine! If 5 a heart is palpit8s
battling to
and ot'-Pr ouilly keep
Su perb ..ri<:<,s tlits delighted followers in Southc s'ate unscathed.Both II -Tulane Hullabaloo. was a case of nip and tuck all the for yon. Your voice is true-6

....; .. but the fine nd coach-
iilo riP ** it s; al uptrqinnled bv oppos-, elevens "()sse?s a gridiron sta- way training melody; 'tis seven 2 be your loyal 1,
in.. ,cleat d 1 *.*.t.'c'lo'i say me?
Carlton of marry
worth going miles to see. SIGMA NUS TO BE INSTALLED for the
a lonw' noumbpr of points to the oppoit'ons the 'Gat'r" and Bennie Brown, th? I Legioners.The Then lisped the maiden, "131y."
NOVEMBER 20TH second half was almost too
zero trine.. and has displaved I -
the Medicos will '
speedy halfback of ,
a +h"roufh knowledge of the earn0 easy for the Gators. The manner in maisson and Simmons also
fur- gave some
--al-. an antnpcg and accuracy for in the estimation of dopesters, Epsilon Zeta Chapter of Sigma --I which they ran through the Jackson- classy football tactics which broughtthe

P-'-'Tmbl"fkinP1. tackling and broken nish eroucrht! thrills to last the foot- 'will be officially. installed Saturday, I ville boys excited the wonder of the spectators to their feet.

field running that has brought to their ball bugs of this vicinity until long November 20th. The entire Stetson I throng that was gathered. One per- The Legioners showed their lack
) .-I.. ..'m..t". hoot:: of admirarc all over after tie for the game next year chapter, as well as many of the Alumni I son was heard to say: "If that is of training when they called for time
Carlt-n in the with Mercer
+1q ol1t"l..n.t. and psn.'i'\l1v in the game throughout the state are expected i your third team, then the Lord help again and again. Barchan, the Legion's -
last Friday, made four runs for sixty here for the installation and other those that buck the first.
"' Sun-sTiin" S ate." where 'Gator Lookout star did
hopes some good work whilehe
"-I I yards each and on one occasion sideI that will that time. Georgia.
; stunts come off at
ago 'kvr v>k itno'? at nresent. was in the game but unfortunatelyhad
.; That the forthcoming tilt between I stepped dodged and shook every tack- This it she date of the Stetson game 'VadeIahannah played a great to retire soon. Faucett also

I ler on the Merceteam, going over and this will be of the attractionsfor in the backfield for
one game the
4 ho of the teams who have not been1a1 played a consistent game for the Jax
the line for a touch-down. the visitors; Steam Rollers of the University. Jere-, boys.

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:- BETTER PAID. Gainesville Electrical Supt_'
careful ,
:i EXTHUSlSTIC MEETINGLast about drinking from his father's cup, "You there in ails," shouted the
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who the doctor said had Pyohroea. He "How much::
One bloomin' night h'in Buckman. cro s-examining lawyer.
: H'in the safety of me room, Monday's weeting was calledto was also careful about drinking after are you paid for telling untruths?"
'If We was 'oldin secrit session order by President Hubbard. Mr. his mother and this caused her to "Less than you are," retorted the

H'in the gatherin' o the gloom; Leisher placed before the house the ask him one day "Johnny, why are witness, "or you would be in over-

An the voices they was h'angry, Debating Council's plan for diverting you so careful about drinking .after alls, too." LAMP SHADESWhen

I : An' the voices they was 'ot, seventy-five per cent of the Society's me." I
:I \ An' the flyin' words was bitter- budget money to the Council's treas- "Because I don't want to get either Joe-Did your wife's new gown .

; : But the subject h'it was rot. ury. This proposition was discussedat Pyohorea or false teeth he replied. come up to her expectations? : you need anything tItt,

;Ii. : 1 For we argued bout women- length and while it was realized Bill-I don't kr.ow; it was awfully: trical, drop in and see us.
; 'Bout the virtues o' the lot- that the debating with other uni- The Hamilton and Columbia Coun-
i short. 512 East Main StreetEVERYTHING
'Bout the bloomin' sides theresI versities is a fine thing for the col- ty Club held its initial meeting on the ----- TeIepho e L
October 20th.920.., Mr. I I --
I em- lege the consensus of opinion was evening
,I ,- Bloody 'abits they 'ave got. that our society could hardly main- F. S. Furgeson, vice president of the I I GOOD TO REMEMBER.: : ELECTRICAl

An the h'angry words grew 'otter tain existence on the very very small club during the preceding term took i I JOS. J. SEYKORAPhone
in hurry
Till at bloody blighter, Sam, amount left, and that it is questionable the chair. The following officers were I The fellow who is always a

.J H'up an' sez they'd naught but to assume that inter-university elected and installed for the ensuing is usually late 107 Gainesville
those FIeriQ
believe in doing
t virtues debates are of more real value and i I year: Some men

An 'nen I hexploded, "Damn!' i far reaching to the student body ss a F. S. Furgeson, president. they are dunned by. ---
'I"t S But the beastly crackin' goddess, whole than the college societies. Be- Harry E. King, vice president Of two evils, any girl will always

t I With the bloomin' name o'Luck, asides, it was suggested that the De- H. L. Tobert, Sec. andTreas. : choose the one-without a mustache WHEN WARM WEATHSB
Comes shoe
j Played a dirty trick h'upon me- batin Council could obtain money from I Plans were discussed during the our sale will L"
1 Left me lyin in the muck. other sources more easily that the meeting to increase the social activityof Alice-I though you could keep s over. BUY NOW and save|II;

For the 'Guardeens of the Campus", I societies could. Every man was urg- the club during the ensuing year.A secret. to $2 on every pair. Unfed
The big 'un hand the small, very pleasant year is anticipated,I 1\label-'Vell I kept it for a week. Shoe Store.
ed to think this over before votingon ..
Just 'appened past the winder it is the intention of the officers and I I Do you think I am a cold storag.plant
it at the next .
An' thought they'd 'eard h'it all. chapel meeting.Mr. members of the club to make it one ? -
An' they busted h'in the winder Herbert Ford next gave us an of the most active and influential for I TREMENDOUS SHOE SALE

55 Without any fuss a-tall, inspiring address on the prospectsfor the increased prestige of our State ""a.:; she shy when you asked her now going on. Wear new shoes

An' the arguiers beat h'it- a winning football team from the University. her age?" and still save money. Buy now
Just faded through the wall. Yes, I imagine about ten years.' United Shoe Store.
Engineering College and offered many
H'i don't mind the bloomin' lectures --
or the faculty's h'exam, extremely sagacious suggestions.This Here's to the man

But 'ekicked me h'out forever led to a discusion of the situationand J. S. Bodiford That raised the corn >$ H CE S

j For just sayin' of a "Damn!" the election of Mr. Hartman as That fed the goose

: With all due apologies."Rat"I manager of the team.A That bore the quill H B M. 2ENCH H
CompanyDrugggist That made the pen
l I short program followed and the That wrote the Declaration of

1 I It is a pleasure to serve you a meeting adjourned. Independence! O Gainesville, 0

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Buck-"He's a lazy person." He sipped the nectar from her lips, They; met by chance, .. 6....OP.AAAPPPP..44 P.e'44 ;q -
Herndon-"Well, I should say so, As neath the moon they sat. They'd never met before; .
I asked him the other day to do mea I wonder if any other guy They met but cnce .
favor, and he said: "All right, bringit Ever drank from a mug like that And she was smitten sore; 4. -
I'll do it.' met again- '
here and They never I' (
Rat-"When the Alligators meet Don't care to, I allow;
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Tulane-" They met but once- '4h'ect/t.
FLORIDA BARBER SHOP Bull Rat-"You said it. Alligator's The auto and the cow.Ex.. .: &.

For Students and Others meat.. I *
Shaves .20 Haircuts .35 A college rodent and his maid There was a young lady from Siam, I -
:; West Side of Square Gainesville. Without a thing to do. Who had a lover named Priam."I A Good Place to Eat 4 x
. She said, don't want to be kissed, .
As with his hands he played, But if you insist,
t.t.'V.. S. DORSEY & CO I Ii I I "You know, sir, I have two." God knows you are stronger than I .:
-Anon. am." .. O _
Everything in GroceriesFor
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Teacher: "Suppose father
:!2 Goodness Sake Drink I -
COFFEE gave your mother twenty dollars and -THE KISS:
took five dollars back; what would "But"- Violin. Mandolin and Guitar Strings ;
that make?" "No!" I

itI SPORTING GOODS The Kid: "My Gosh! All kinds of "Just-" ALSO
I trouble.-American Weekly. "No!" .

I "LIZA, what for did you buy dat "No"Once-!" .- Violin Supplies NoujjCarried: in Stock
box of shoe blacking?"
KODAKUT "Please-"
"i "Go on nigga', dat ain't shoe black- "
in'; dat's ma mashage "X- KELLY-MILLER MUSIC COMPANYThe
\\ ERYBaird -Yale cream.Record. "Henwhy don't: you shave?" .
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Hardware dark?
head against his neck. A rush I
"No, "
why? of emotions surged through her. Tenderly I
hE Phone 7. Gainesville Harry-"Becaue I heard her tel 1]L he caressed her, and she closed
> pa in the hall last night he hadn't her eyes; in delight.
.oes shaved" Phifer State Bank
ELKCTRK' SHOB REPAIR I I "Poor Kitty! Did I step 011our
-The Spokesman. tail?"-Fur man Hornet.

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Drug, Stationary, Toilet + Ecctrical Supplies-Fixtures Wholesale and Retail
Articles, Candies, t .
Souvenir Cards, Waterman's Pens. tf Daily Sunday i s 102101Yest) Lafayette St. Tampa FloruV!

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Gainesville, '-

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V anywhere completel y covered 1 by Sporting j

to have them y Kdito;, Harvey Cull Cleaned.Blocked and :Made New. m assistants. hx i

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I it; fl' THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR L niversityof Florida of sufficient of tneUniversity I .' '
1 value for the publicity ?" Is ., : i
to "get on the job i
'It ; :. ; committee dead or is it I : here without
faculty satisfaction pa.taa-xtn ,
'{ ; EDITORIAL DEPARTMENT our Y HI get t 1 1ar

Herbert G. Ford ...._._.._--__Editor hi Chief sleeping t / it. .It you don't ger it- your JItOIIe7 back (
II r? i : This letter is written, Mr. Editor, > ;:
I Editor or
: HaH Jr.. ---3lanaginga: i
: C. Stuart ----------------------
of gratuitous Price and
Editor not for the purpose Compare Quality -
i : Truman Green ___ .--- Assistant Managing to (
Sollee fault-finding; but in the endeavor and then the double
F. O. Spain. Jr. --f Sporting Editors A. X. Floridathe see )

I ., ROY B. Hoskins, Murray Cohen, Ear-old Sock --_ Reporters secure for the University athletic of con- saving in these special :

,t Richard Knight ._llj .- i-i _--- Society! Editor advertising that her Hart Schaffner & Marx I !
Y : \; tests should give her and to secure It N t -.:b"til_,=:,..i.
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i BUSINESS DEPARTMENT for the friends and supporters ... "'fIII!>'*;! 3 at at -

Herbert M. Friedlander Business Manager teaKs some adequate account of then I --: '. c .- 9'i
-- -- $38.50
11 Maurice Stein .. A .. :. \sst- Businesx.uIiMraer: victories or defeats on the athletic f _.., : ;
'Alex. White '" .7T. Circulation 3ianag- field i j' std
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I I =: _____ .___._.. __ Yours truly I I -. -
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Knight __._ =mar ,. .
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& i j B. O. Smith ---- ., ._ __-- Compositor: Octcber saw the start of a campaign t .. --:'- -

: ;- A.T. liooreI __._____. __?_--__._.__..._... -- .- --.-- Prz; maD by Ohio State University to raise a 'j i -- *, -':-You'll find these prices are I less than w
; :' fund of 1000000.00 to build the ii ; I

1 .' i I .. Ohio Stadium. Plains for the struc- !i prices of a month ago, we doubt if such rakes en :
: Entered as' second class matter September 23, 1912. at die post- t i,

I i : I: office at Gainesville Fla.,, under the Act cf March 3d, 1S79. ture disclose the following: I i be equal led within a year. I
I ;. The seating capacity will be 63.000
; Place all communications and news items in boxes designated for that i I
I. -2,000 more than the Yale Bowl. ; \
; purpose in Peabody and Language Halls.
:. f The upper tier of seats will accommodate .
I -' j i it F Rate-The Florida Alligator $1 50 the year. 21,000, the lower tier 42000 I 11
t including the boxes:: seating 100. Wolf Brothers

t In height the structure will be 107 ,

I Dr. Leake Profes er of History and: of a possible score, the play was feet. twice that of the Library. ; Good Clothes-Nothing Else

: I Political Science Says University blocked by the 1ms failing to 'hold. The distance around the outside

Should Wake up Publicity These incidents seemingly cost the will be over a third of a mile. : SOS Franklin Street ,

Department. locals at least one touchdown and a The arena will cover an area of j!i.I i ii
I 150,000 feet the of .i L
field goaL square amount G.E G.l Lt t-
Coach ground covered by the 10 most recent
I Editor of the Alligator: Parmely's charges were as E i
As a member of the Faculty Com- fit as hands could sake them when the camcus buildings. I I
e interested contest started. They clearly outplayed Tickets can be taken at S3 en- l j -Oe
mittee on Athletics, an a
rooter for the Varsity and an enthusiastic their rivals in the first half trances. i( 1
Circulation facilities will enable GREENLEAF a CROSBY I
; foot ball fan, I am writing making dawns being stronger on :
the defensive and putting uo sterl- structure to be emptied of a capacity {
to the Alligator to try to cast some
battle crowd in seven minute tIn 'j --' : Noted For Qualiu"Diamonds
; light on the subject of why so little ing at all points. The one I

I publicity is given to the athletics of thing lacking in the first half was the construction of the stadiuin"1 Fine Jewelry, China ,Cut Glass and .

t .: .- University of Florida-especially the "punch" in scoring. The Gainesville 40.000 cubic yards of concrete a.nfi ,

.i in the Jacksonville Times Union. eleven put up a purely defensive 4,000 tons of steel will be used. : Silverware

One would think that a paper the fight in the entire first half they If the seats! were laid out in a single '! .

.' size of the Times Union would be being forced to kick out of danger half line they wiuld reach 21 miles. 104( West..Bay Street JuaolYiDt: 1\ ;

1 enought interested in the State University a dozen times. The ball was finally Gee Whiz! Election t Package Sent on Kequ s: 7

of its own-State to have its placed at a vantage point for scaring t.
however and they forthwith FROM, RAT Y-TELL-UM -- --- --- assPins.Medals.Trophies :
j athletic contests reported somewhat exhibited ** '- .
} t t the punch which the red and A command can be either: oral o- 'i
I'j i fully. It seems strange to find better -
blue are no rumors in a i I
'.1' "write-ups" of high school game seemed to lack. military

t 9 and university and college contests Lineup and summary: company""Right 1i

out of our own State than are givenof Gainesville ((6) Position Hilbboro ((0) step is given when the com- -
t.: the Varsity games on Fleming Left End Fany is at attention. The left foot'lDO"es AUTO SUPPLIES ANDACCESSOfOGoodyear 4

Field. Swearingen_____________._ Colad!) to the right side and the- ri<:C--'ht
; > foot is brought up against the heel"
Left Tackle
II and
Florida has won two hard fought Ajax
I Butch u.....__ ._ McCaskrfl -To execute About FaT rn or.
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far this defeating
i contests so season the
t ; Left Guard toes of the right foot and the
the strong Newoerry' College aggregation Emerson ball of the left. Tires and Tubes
I -- Ben.yParks
I bythree touchdowns and I
-Cent----u. Fat Men Xotiee--"At attention, the
conquering Southern College by two. i 5.-\YE---SR SATISFY
I In neither of these Florid .-------..-_:__ _._____.. Crane stomach shou'd be at a straig't angle!
t games was with
the body. ._ "
'4 .. 1 scored on. Two weeks ago the writer Right Guard u. Gainesville Auto Supply CcmpanyJOHNSON'S
'. B. Vreoman._____ __ ___Groves "Eyes right is given whnn the '
looked for considerable length
i a
I Right squad or company or any formation :
: !
of time in the Sunday's Times Union
j, SADY-..______---_=:_ --m ___GrandoffRight is at attention. The company faces i!H
for an account of the Florida-New- I i
f berry of the before. He I End right, placing; the left palm of the]I
-g game day
{i i ;: I lineally found it hidden away as carefully I I Bishop* .__u_ --_._.__... -_.__--___Heists! jecting band: against out; the hip"with elbow pro PHARMACYDrugs i:I

I t : -1 and securely as a needle in a Quarter Back i st-aight. '! Iedicin -5tt1tionel1'9 Toilet and Rubber Goods
:'j # I 3Iurphrey __ ._.. Owens Conrpany Salute"The right hand
; haystack a little two inch account .u (Capt) Vt e Guarantee Persona Attention Oay! Purest
held to :
I over the
Left Half Back eyes palm downward
I I; nf the game appended to a more extensive -, Drugs U-ed. Low Coos-iderw.
I write-up of the Gainesville I Ludwig ___.__ ._.____. ___ Burnett straight. The elbow is held at Price=, Quality

t Ii i I'I-': ; High School-Chambers Military Right Half Back the angle" of 45 degrees from the Gaiffesville, Florida.b1OV1N .

I' I Fell Back body.
Academy ]
t f Score by "Ba* is the headquarters =
; Yesterday he had a similar expert j. periods: of a mil-

i I .'; ience. A careful perusal of the sport- : HiHsborough _hU-_______ 060 0-9 itary company; the column consistsof r \

t -I ing section of the Times Union, j Gainesville -..____----___.___ 9 e 0 6-6 four" men; a squad has two col

; i :! showed the Gainesville High &hooli Touchdown. VanSiekte. umns. I

; i ''t Hillsborough High School and the! Substitutes Carratfe' fw Coiacto "If ycu want to correct the psi- I }.

,t> ,: {I University-Southern games written Anderson for Berry: tion of ran! in a squad or cormanwhen :- STOCKf

{ I'!I i I I ',,1.j'l: : up as follows: j' W. Owen for Burnett, Vrooman marching von would give the F.

l'F:' fl. :f GAINESVILLE HIGHDEFEATS I for B. Vrooman. command Company Stop; and each .
# f ,::&! p! :; TAMPA BY Referee Hatt n fF!,vH*i '!!!I-ire, man would eons to a stop>> right TailorOTTO __:.
L t tI Denton (Vanderbilt where he was.
) Head
f I : SCORE OF 6 TO 0 Linesman
I t q.. i .I __ J. Parkman (Auburn), Field Judge "To tu n on a T..- ng phot t1"* Alteration Cleaning Pressing
: t is -
Stalhngs. command given "falter right
: Tampa Fla. Oct. 22. flank'or -
Time for periods ten, father left flank' It i* Phone 354 Gainesville
; In one of the cleanest and fastest twelve ten usuallvgiven I -
twehe. when the left fyot
strikes th-
: ,- football exhibitions, witnessed on (
i ground; and you turn the
Plant Field in recent the red on bill! of \
i>> years FLORIDA BEATS SOUTHERN the loft foot
:11 and-black of Hillsborougt High bowed '; Gainesville. Fla. Oct 23.-The right"JOK aDd'ep nS with the I

c in defeat to the purple of Gainesville .. W9.university of Florida defeated Southern
.i this afternoon to t::e score of 6 14 to 0, here today, after the KOLUM ____ :_ ,__._ '''-- --;;; ;",
1 1 lat- h. ? ...____ trt; __ .=::____
0. The machine-like
to work of the ---- -- -
ter There -- -
57 -- --
taking -
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advantage of Florida's different kids
f : of spirit
i \I ,.. locals was overshadowed by the steady fumbling and poor interference, had in the schools

: ;a S i. grind of the opposition, who were not kept the ball in Florida The kind that's American Shoe
I territory during practiced the f Repair
by i
; to be denied. Several times, after the first two periods Anderson) wise.And !. ;,

"r brilliant runs by the Terrier backfield and Carlton scored the touchdowns that professed by fools ; and Shine Paror 00.1
had put the ball within striking
the latter The kind
kkking set forth
i goak- by
!sl''ti distance of the purple's goal, the The S pkoraor ; I Geo.
i E and Fresh Tampas and Louis Eliades
i. eleven from Gainesville would "bo k But there is another aspect to the The Juniors also have their kind Proprietors
up" as it were and hold for downs. ,I I
i question. If the editors of the Times I say they do-"Be Gosh."
: Then again, "lady luck" played a Union do not deem the day's only There're others I 115 West Main Street N. Phone 139'

t prominent part in the downfall of college football contest in the Stateof I From rise" to set of could sun.write about I!I I ;J. V. Blume, Agent, Room 31 BuckmanJnesville i
1! the local squad. Several times costly sufficient En
} news value to cover it; : But honestly I've quite forgot Florida
fumbles cost them what looked like is oat the advertising that adequate I The other fiftyone.The ---- -

touchdowns, and again on the verge accounts ef these MBtests> gives the = Green and White. ;..,,- -='----====---


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----j r JEFFERSON COUNTY CLUB ............ ............... 111

On the evening of October 29th,I .
r j the first meeting of the Jefferson i t
County Club was held in room 53, YOUNG MEN'S STYLISH SUITS i

S* 6Jbt1Zd G d 13 cic7m ( Thomas Hall. :

j The meeting was called to order by $25 Suit, Sale Price --........-...__.........._____....._...SI7.50( :
last year's president. : $30 Suit, Sale Price --_----......................__....__.S21.50 O
ri; 1 The Smile Follows the Spoon posed Among of the was first the business initiation to be of dis-the G 545 Blue Serge, All Wool, ...........--.....___.___...$31.00 4

4 new members. .
t After the new members had been : 0 BUSY BAZAAR *
t taken in, the club proceeded with the .., *

l ,.-_... -:_.:: ::-_.. -- ;...=: ::;:.-- =_ _[1. := _;: election of officers. The following : 113-115 West University Avenue O
'nn were elected: :
S. S. Scruggs, President. ..
Do 'an's Bicycle Shop I J. F. Williams, Jr., Sec-Treas. ................................

r The new president took the chair
I Hast fain Street and the meeting
was for dis-
I cussion.Mr. open .......+........................
Scruggs made the suggestionthat
L f the! different clubs get their last *

.. year's plates and send them along i : -.-.. .' University students, by :
an antic to their home
I 1I THE NEW YORK RACKETAgent This will act as a good advertise papers. ; .. patronizing The White House .

ForFlTsheim i ment, both for t'ie University and also Dining Room, may enjoy the 4
for the club. : satisfaction of knowing they
M i Shoes The club decided to have regular have the finest service and most t..

meetings once a month during the delicious food on the market .
nsuing year. Gainesvie Table d'Hte .. }
, ---
, j Ir LEO COUNTY CLUB MEETS- .. meals, $1.00. Parties and Ban. 4

uets by special anangement: ::
; Gainesville Furniture Co. Representatives from ,
Leon County or Table Reservations .
held a snappy meeting in room 70 Phone 295. .
--- on Tuesday night. I 4

The following officers were elected The White House Dining Room
- D- R. COX, Proprietor. for the ensuing year: ,
I, T. F. West, Jr., President. : Gainesville's Social Center ; :
-- Phone 86.Spirting Jack Ashmore, Vice President. .
Thos. Sale, Sec'y-Treasurer. ..
The members discussed the
'L bility of a banquet during the proba year, ..............................

, the work for the
necessary Seminoleand ,. ....
then adjourned until the next -:: --: ---: -:--... I ;!, .....
Goods ', ,';'< meeting to be held on November 2nd. t
'1 ; ;
_The Alachua Restaurant and lunch Roum
Foot Ball, Base Ball, Lawn Tennis,.
Hardware of All Kinds. An apropriate debate on the question -
.r It of our next president featured I H 4 Half a Block from Atlantic Coast Line Depot
the current meeting of the Ag. Club. $Phone 507 7tf

__ j'{,J' THE THOMAS COMPANY. ..,., .. Rats. Cox.Massey while and Rats Griffin Schornschck presentedMr. and t.,;. ........-._-_._.........".-__. ._...-__-__ """_---...._. .-_. .. Gainesville.FIo-'""L'_- -.Jj_ridaft

- ;: Phone 22. -.J Duk argued for Harding. The question .'.
was briefly and .
.-- -- aptly debated.
) .... I The judges rendered the decision i in
favor of the advocates of Mr. Cox. The Correct Length
; Mr. O. F. Berger, an old alumni of I Of a m ins Sack coat this Fall .
I the Ag. College and
Palm Parlof now of the Experiment
Station, gave an interesting is half way Between his wrist and his fi st-:arms hanging
talk. Mr. Berger attended the University naturally. It you'll stand up and put on one o'f your sweet-
frcm 1909 to 1913, and was h uB br.eB! \ -'Il shovv you exactly where.-Jthe coat
cne of the founders of the Ag. Club ; leaves off and the pants begin. Honest fellows, our'fall suits
"ICE CREAM DE LUXE"Popular > at that} time. Dean Rolfs
: and Dr. are made by master designers so that every man who tries
II I I Turington: also gave talks which ev- one on looks if he
I as were wearing HIS OWN SUIT .
: and Classical Sheet Music. High Grade Candies. ervone enjoyed. not brother Bill's. and.
- I i AH felt duly instructed as to how .
__ Crane's Exclusive Stationery. -t tS ,to vote in the election. Nuff Sed .

, S. A. E. MASQUE BALL | Burnett The Clothier

..-cs Tested! Glasses Fitted I
Last Friday evening the S. A. E.
Fraternity gave its annual Hallowe'en
__ 't i/eDo Our Own Lens Grinding- Masque Ball at the Elks Club. The
ball room was beautifully decorated.n _: ':: := );:::::: =::...==::: ::::: :._- :::::::: r: :: J:.

No:1H. \ Delay yellow and black streamers. The

.ights were shaded with yellow lanterns

; & Son. from which were suspended PARABLE IS THE OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHER !
:: 0393L_ skeletons and strings of black cats. FOR THE UNIVERSITY FLORIDA 0 0L
In the
corners of the room were
stacked ripened corn, pumpkins, and +
[..',,\velers and Opticians Gainesville, Florida other 'J !
symbols of Hallowe'en. An old _. -..-- _
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fashioned still in --
one corner of the -- -A-----
=: t It -. ",- ball room furnished the punch for the .-
,.. 'II 3 For Good Eats and First Class ervice come to the dancers. Cigarettes and cakes were -- .
furnished throughout the evening.
:: I The grand march of the Masqued
I dancers started at 9:30 and was fol Foot Ball
lowed by a Paul Jones.
After this the
tt t\; One Door North A. C. L. Depot JI masks were removed and the Programs Shoes, Uniforms and Supplies,
i I > ..: =- :::::: :::.= ::::::. =: :- =.:.::: .:: ::; ::::. The chaperones for the eveningwere Base Ball

H fir and Mrs. Buie, Mrs. Mur- e ..Gloves, Mitts, Shoes and Supplies, ".
=' While I In Jacksonville ll and phree Mrs., Mr.Cody.and Mrs. Brooks and Mr. :t: Tennis .

*> .i For the visitors in Rackets Balls .
GO :"3 many town last and Supplies, '
Q r ro 4 week end several pop dances were '.,
\ held, one at the S A. E. house, another Bicycles
1 1 J1 q9l at the K. A. House, after the
d Repairing and
dI Supplies.
4 football
.. 0' game afternoon and one '

Cho tn 1 rolqer.s 4 at the Pike rooms Saturday night. B. LILIBNBLUMI

He-Are you fond of nuts? I IPAGE

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JOHN MARSHALL MEETING y; !l1 !: !: !:fi !fifi! !fi "ywj;

; Lyric TheatreThe John Marshall Debating Society WSfi it
met in regular session Saturday '
morning. The program of the morn- ; '
home of good pictures ing consisted of a talk by J. W. LJ: !ififfi '

don, on the origin of trial by jury. i iWSSSKSS
i, NEXT WEEK PROGRAMSat. : "The Queen of Tobaccos, Lady Fa i
"Special feature" tima." Both talks were muchly en tfiW MELVILLE'S .
joyed by the assembly. Mr. Alderman tfiW :'-: 5
4 Mon. "East": Constance Benny
:. Tues "The Girl'ho Dared'All "Sketches from Robert W. Service"was 10.000 Tent Theatre Postotfice Block VSV-. ;l
the to : '
on program give some Gainesville, Fla.
? star cast but the Society was deprived of the -
Wed. "Black is white"-Dorthy pleasure of this number due to the I I SfiW Week beginning Monday November 8th is5

Dalton absence of Mr. Alderman. SfiW /
Burt Melville & Company :
Thur. "Just \Vife"-All star After this program the court room -
cast in which the meeting was held was Will present high-class drama Monday Night ,;
a scene of great excitement. Alas! it ffiW
Fri. "Fall of the Saint"-Jose resembled a hall in which so many "The Broken Hearts"Four act drama

f phine Earle. "jumping jacks" were at work. Thu I Acts
S I Five Vanderville Specialties
discussion grew thick and fast, motions 15S
1ci COSMOPOLITAN CLUB. were brought up, carried and Special admission to University boys in Rat Caps .35, Ladies free :Monday night,
< lost, but the main question before tl e 5
; Last Sunday, the 31st, the Cosmo- house and the topic of discussion was !ifiw $
Club heard several 9
politan delightful
whether Mr. E. M. Knight should be w $
;,!, talks by different members in ac- w
required to wear a rat cap. Mr.
cordance with its usual plan. w
Knight objected on the grounds that
h; Sr. Sampaio gave a short talk on he had been on the campus for sev- $
5 the Social Conditions of Brazil. Dur- $
eral years, although he was not a
ing the brief speech he very ably $i
student, but in the employ of the
illustrated the present merging of
University. These grounds were
the various races into what will be, .
found by the majority, to be shifting I IHere"'s
estimated to take about one hundred sands and
a very poor place to basean
the Brazilian The influence
years race. after
argument so much discussion -
::1 of the whites Indians
and Negroes which
ended in a real debate"
I was pointed out. I Mr. Knight was given the pleasureand

i Following Sr. Sampaio was Mr. Tan privilege of wearing one of the
,4 on'the subject "Wherein Lies China's dainty little green caps that are so
; Salvation." There were three main popular among the members of the The Big NewsYou

:;, points he brought out and the interrelation Freshman class. The Rats are overjoyed -
of all. First, the economic at the result because they are
4 development;;'\ second, improvement in always glad to have one more in their I

..j i government; third, military preparation number, and have welcomed the new
in order to protect: her economic comer, with open arms and congrat- break through for a "touchdown'f f

'j :. development and her natural rights: I ulations. As this was sufficient argument every lime when yon get one of the new k
1 now being endangered. by foreign for the day, the meeting ad-
;r::i 1 powers. 'I journed in due course. Fall suits we're showing. You're sure of t

The main speaker of the day was
the because
highest quality Hart Schaffner
Dr. Crow, who tock the floo .after the, You tell 'em, rat cap, you can't .
9 previous mentioned gentlemen were squeal. I & :Marx make the clothes for us; biggest

through. Dr. Crow, talking on the You tell 'em, shower bath, you always t
values because our profits down bed .
are to
I Cosmopolitan Spirit, pointed out that keep cool.
; what was necessary for the doing .. rock. ft f
: You tell 'em, butcher, you shoot
away of wars was the better understanding -
the bull.
1 of the customs and peoplesof

V j I the several countries. Instead of You tell 'em, hobs, you've been Stylish, all-wcol
sneering at the other fellow when he over the bumps.be .
does different than you, try to under- guaranteed suits t
j; stand why he does so, was the argu- held on the 21st of this month. ,
: i ment. The talk was refreshing and According to the new ruling, business I for men at college. ..
amusing as Dr. Crow's always are. meetings will be held at 2:30 and the
l' The next meeting of the club will.
program set for 3 o'clock. .
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l t. ;1 Complete Line Fraternity Stationery .* 1

j Candies and Tobaccoes or* all Kinds :

;. Our Branch at the COLLEGE I INN is at your service;:'.:. .

: Courtesy, Service and Strictly Sanitary : ,

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'.H Earnest, sincere, ever zealous and ted upon and maintained at out own

:{ active in any enterprise that may be University, due to the fact of his Large is Atom?

' !J; for the good of the University oi being a member of the Commissionon u ow an

;!i Florida, well liked by the student College and University Standardsof ". \

.- body, by the faculty and by the peo- the Southern States. This is one

\ ple of the state, Dr. A. A. Murphree office which we know affords him .
represents the highest type of university -- are so infinitesimal that to be seen under the most power-
lfj E! ATO1VIS
particular pleasure, for it has a\-\
president of which the new ___ one hundred million must be grouped. The atom
ways been his aim to have the Southern -
l South with its new educational stand- = used to be the smallest indivisible unit of matter. When the X-Rays
standard equal to that of the
ards aims can boast. greatest universities of the world. His }. and radium were discovered physicists found that they were dealing

I Albert A. Murphree was born with smaller than atoms-with call "electrons."
third office to be mentioned wtih these tines particles they
at Walnut Grove, Alabama
April r
other two is that of vice president of
.15.t! 29th, 1870, son of Captain Jesse Ellis the Southern Educational Council. .G/ : Atoms arc built up of electrons, just as the solar system is built up

.5. and Helen Murphree. From ISoO The test of a real university pres- of sun end planets. Magnify the hydrogen atom, says Sir Oliver

to 18S7 he was a student at Walnut ident is his ability to so mingle schol- Lode, to tie sire of a cathedral, and an electron, in comparison, will

1 Grove College, and at Peabody .College arship with practical affairs as to be no bigger than a LIrd-shot.
Nashville, Tenn., from 1890 to conduct
: the
.. to 1892. In 1894 the University of institution under his con- Not much substantial: progress can be made in chemical and elec-
tol! most efficiently. A good
Nashville conferred upon him the A. question trical industries unless the: action of elections is studied. For that i
$ to ask concerning a man in Dr.
!Ii 15. Degree, and followed this in 1902 :Murphree's: position is "What is his -i1 t.. reason the chemists and physicists in the Research Laboratories of the

'!Ii by the A. H. degree. This degre standing with the business men of his t' General Electric Company are as much concerned with the very con-

!5Ii was followed by that of LL.D. con- community?!" The Rotary club is : f stitution of matter as they are with the development of new inven-

ferred by Rollins in 1909. The Uni probably the strongest business men's .,..11tt : ) '. : _. __ tions. They use the- --ay tube as if it were a machine-gun; for by

versity LL.D.of Alabama did not considerone association in the United States, and ;. :!:': '.l U..I. L ,. .. its means electrons are shot at targets in new ways so as to reveal more
for a man of therefore it is only necessary to say abo t las : .
Murphree's calibre : structure 0 r.atter.La
so in 1919 that in addition ; ; ,
to being a Rotarian .! -
S that university also conferred the that Dr. Murphree was the first president -"i.:tTv': ; '.r- h -,- tits result c:c :'Cl experiments: the :X-Ray tube has been greatly
same honor him.
upon of the Gainesville Rotary Club. ; tji-5. improved ai-J the \ :'cH-a the now so indispensable in radio com- '
s dent teaching career of our presi In the limited space that can b: to..f municallo.:, has i:..l developed into a kind of trigger device for guid-
began in 1837 in
schools of Tennessee the rural 1 allowed to this article many thing; e---, y ing electrons: I::, r.:Co waves.Years : .
and from that
of interest will have to be left unsaid : ; -
time to the present his experiencehas for instance, the social position 'Fm\ may; thus be spent in what cscnis to be merely a purely

been varied and broad. Afterleaving which he occupies and of his relations ,- .fc'.,..;.-/( r.. "theoretical"' investigation. Vet' r.othlr.2 is so practical as a good
Tennessee he
became .
intendent super with the big men of the state. '.? *Ti: '- theory. 'A"he whole structure cf. modem mechanical: engineering is

schools; then of the principal Cullman of the(Ala Summit) city A thing himself.of importance to us: is the !;. :;.:;: reared on Newton's laws cf gravitation. and lotion-theories statedin

Institute; principal of the city high man .1 ", the form of imnLtaprap: ;: _.;i::061S.

Then school his, Cleburne Florida, experience Texas, for 2 years. Murphree The time most tocsee is when and appreciate he is addressing Dr.- S-'r.f; :' In the past the theories that resulted from purely scientific research -

began by V- ''* : fro. the laboratories; the
the office of professor of mathemat- the student body on a subject .Ti; ; usually c;u..e ; university whereupon

ice at the Florida State College i in which he is vitally interested. Ben .. ;tt 1.;r' %- industries applied tae-a. The Research Laboratories: oi the General

1895; from 1897 to 1905 he was pros ginning in a conversational tone, .ls-2.eiV : Electric Company conceive it as port o* t .clr task to explore te un-

ident of this institution. Dr. Mur touching the personal note which includes :. 4'1.>. known in the sa:__e spirit, even though t..ere may 1 fce r.o i mediate .

phree was then called to the Florida every member of the student oJ t{ commercial goal m view. Sooner"or later the world prcHts: by such
State body and makes iiim feel in sympathy -
College for Women and from with him:$ he becomes ft 'j!'{ research in pure science. Wireless communication: for example, was.
1905 to gradually J
1909 F r
acted in the capacity of more and more forcib'e and enj .. ;...'.-.- accomplished largely as the result of Ir 'brilliant series: cf purely
gan Us association In 1909 Dr.with Murphree this institution be ergetic and when he is finished you .,.- :;: 'f' scientific: experiments demcnctrcthijj: ths e= 3::-::C3 c: v.lrclc--: waves.

feel convinced, for it is pleasure \'
a rare ,
as president .
and has continued ..
in that office since that to meet a man who has the'full 1 :. -t.
The date. courage of his convictions. When .\' ..r -
Murphree is connected with are which almost Dr.too Dr. Murphree is speaking of the building o: : :t. O er l 1f 11.1EJle LJ IrllC

1 many to be enumerated. of a greater University of Flor .. -.:. ,. i

-4 more important may be mentioned Among the the ida and of its standards. there is not General Office C)ID..f1l ipriy> S:-:.:ctady, N.Y. .

American a student but feels the glow of faith
Academy of Political
Social Science and which has enabled this man to buildup w
Kappa Alpha Fra I
ternity, Florida State Teachers' Association our university in the face of tre S5SS1DHiL
mendous odds caused by apathy of
and National Educational . .
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Association. He is also Mason:: Baptist S HffiSHSKHiffiffiHiHiffiyiffiffiffiH&lffiniffi ffiffiHHKK..IElnyaTHE
j Dr. :Murphree:
and an ardent represents the spirit Hi
supporter of the
Democratic ticket of the 'Gators; what he is, what. HiHi '
and principles. he stands for, the university itself in COLLEGE MAN'S .. ffi.m
Among the
honors that Hi
have come unsought ffi
large part stands for. This is a HEADQUARTERSPorter's
to him : r
recently, three offices
man's school
| with unlimited
stand out with I pros-
especial prom 5Hi
pects. tai
inence. .
Every student who is s;
The National acquainted
Association $
of Stat
Universities is with the facts krows what Dr. :Mur: ;. .
directors controlled by three phree has done for us, and is deeply
Dr. Murphree, President (7 : .m
I grateful for thi
the University; of Florida, the president ; service. And. backed Hiifi :;
by the
''s of the University of W. VirgInia support of the students .
with the
new budget
prospect before
the president
of the
U. of Min the
nesota. Since coming legislature brighter than S7
an opportunity it has ever been before
has by
been afforded him to 1 $
a.. tablsh for the whole South fight the to es- i President. the University stands con- !Hi: t; Most of the U. of Fla.. men who run Yi
high fident
of the growth and developmen Y1
7 educational standard which is ins is- which the next few !HiHi: into Jacksonville never think of gob: ;1ffi
:: "t':== __ -w --__ ,.. __ years_ will bring.
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f SAVE FROM $1 TO $2 I !HiHi: z_ \\ long enough to see what's new at Por- ;

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R. ter's window. They .Ei
gen.rally take
t ,. On Every Pair of Shoes During .. HiHi / .

F,! Our Sale NOW ON fj Hi ,, time to step in and take a close look--

HiHi i they know they won't be to
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WHO'S WHO TO BE WRITTEN I IP a life story of hard work, of brilliant that their records of work, of scholar- ----
I scholarship and recognized success abe ship and of achievement be mad
I Credits earned by a student at the told concerning that man. krown to the student body at large. CLOTHING :
University of Florida are accepted at HENRY GIDDENS GO.j
will printan
I I Some universities make it a pracj Each week the Alligator
full value by all European universities ;-
j t ice to put in their catalogues detailed article setting forth in some -
as well as the universities of this :
country The students appreciate information concerning their faculty. the life of the various men of
Florida has never done this, for thisis Mr. R. B. Hoskins has
the faculty. business of College men
the fact that the standard of this university So licits the guaranteeing
a custom not sanctioned by true been detailed for this work, and will
is high, but there .
seems to b<"
lacking a wide understanding of just scholarship and is considered un write these interviews. correct styles I high grade quality and workmanship.

what elements are responsible: for the ethical. Our men come here, go to In this week' issue appears a short
splendid reputation which Florida. their classes, and to an extent seldom summary of the extremely active life KNOX HATS STETSON
the "baby university of the South,"I j possible in other universities they of our president: Dr. A. A. :\lurphree.I HATS

enjoys among the largest institutions I come in close personal contact with I Honest. row" fellows, how many of :
of the country. I professors, yet these professors are these things did you know about Dr. ,
The answer is to be found in the reticent in relating their own achieve-I :Murrhrea ? You did: not have the
men of the faculty of the Universityof I ments and a student may be in classand slightest: idea that his record would ROGER PEST, KUPPEN HEIMER
Florida. Each year" the University I not appreriat the true worth of I( read like this. .

issues a catalogue. At the front of his instructor's accomplishments due Watch for the write-ups for the AND SOCIETY BRAND
this catalogue may be found a list ox to the fact that he has no standardof men from your own college, cut them CLOTHES,
members of the faculty, and after I I judgment.It out and save them, because you will
each name appears the degree or degrees seems to the staff of this paper find it useful to refer to when in-
held. That is all. yet there i ii that it is onlv fair to these professors --tructing next year's .."rats." Henry Giddens Clothing Co

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Last January at the big New York show in the f

Grand Central Palace as well as at Chicago's 4*> Bailey The .

fi; show at the Coliseum more Fatimas were Clothier

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: ::1 Y 4 j- :. Suits $37.50 to $75

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I .' -t. : country.motorists from every section of the I ) Candies, Stationery and Souvenir Cards

'"" : Hence this preference for Fatima is .
f" :,i'yy' more than usually significant. It shows
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most> men want is not an
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a IL :r : tasting" Turkish Blend but Fatima I
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IC 3 Not only 1 do Fatimas contain more
ia :t Turkish tobacco than .
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.1 j i .-.w. x J l cigarettes.the oily heaviness of straight Turkish J .- Servi ce NY

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