The Florida alligator
Full Citation
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028291/00300
 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: November 12, 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: UF00028291:00300
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Preceded by: Orange and blue
Succeeded by: Independent Florida alligator

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+ Ycu must have your picture + + Dr. J. M. FARR. + i I + ---- ,

AGAINST TULANESingle + made for the Seminole by the + j 1 + The entire student l.vdof. + : SCALPo

+ 15th of this! month, if you + * * * ;i + the University Florida appre- + j

+ want a better annual thise iI ciate very much, the courtesy + ,
Touchdown Takes Fracas for + )'(-ar. Help the staff by having + iI I -shown them by the merchants of Bet Men Not There, But

Mississippi Delta Aggregationin + jour photo made before I + of Gainesville getting reports + Strong Hopes are Held Out for

Last Quarter. + theoth of this month. -Ito + of each football game by wire. + j! Victory in Big Game

+ + i j I + We admit that this shows that '
" TAMPA SPORT WRITER'S + y'' yr' + y -I- ny -I- 1 ... + __ ,I I II + the merchants and business: men + SECOND TEAM WON OVER
'11 VERSION OF GAME HERE II I I are backing us. + I STETSON BY 26 to 0

who completely encircled hm: at different I ;I II + '
I Intimates That 'Gators Break Train- times during his ran. Carle- I + + + + + + + Game at Last Minute Before Alligator

) ing When Little Coach Contradiction.Tulane's Isn't Looking-. yard ton got 1'ne.Dwyer him. from behind on the five I I II II II III Ii I Tulane' thirty-yard line aid Whisht I Went Next to Press Week's; -Full Issue.Account

first-class conditiontheysay got one, Cicheson, another returned ti to midfield on K nice run. I II I With only a few more days before
and then the Tular eral finishedthe Dwight gained a parr of yards ;
ge I I
the bunch by the Mississippi delta i the looked for Georgia game the
distance. Dwyer kicked both !'through right tackle. :\Ic'frw addel
keep training when the coach isn't query before all is "will Florida deliver
three through center. B. Bro cr. failed -
goals. :
around, just the same as when he is- I t the goods." The Tulane game
Tuan! outplayed the "Gators in i to gain. The ball went ovr: whan
brought victory last Saturday to the i i( : clearly demonstrated to every person
I McGraw also failed to gain t rough I
of the
department excen ,
every game ii ( that the 'Gators have wonderfulfootball
Olive Plant Field after all a
Blue and on i I
I center. B. Anderson adva ced the
, forward Fa sins and line defensive
I the
machine and can fight to
and effort
their mechanical physical work. Coach Kline hay crtainlbuilt { I, pigskin a' yard though center and ,
failed min la<:t against all sorts of odds. Since
had signally forty
a line at Florida, where:: no lire existed -I !; kicked to Whight, who ambled an 1 1j III' Florid
utes of real football. The exertion of that memorial struggle
last year. Thrice they hurle j Drig ers receiving jn Tulane's thirti /-
hot jam-up football was too much for II' i men have more pep than ever before,
the MIhcs from beneath the shadow i yard line. Carkt went thioa_h l left 1
and Tulane 14 to 0. I ISo from indications the Georgia aggregation
the 'Gators won
. of the goal posts. One s'x inches was (By Roy B. Hoskins) I tackle for five yards yard:. Merrin :
will have to if they
The visitors took it all in the last 20 go
too iruch! fcr two Tulane rj-h: an- II I plunged a Ul.-4 came; hole and netted .
minutes of play after Florida had out 1 even hopeto get a point. Every man
the Blue aid Gold three yards. ra'c!
other time they failed four times A professor a valuably r
may prove
them in the first ;, on the team is on his toes ready to
played clearly : per- within the: two: yard limit and still I asset to his university in two ways. made it a first down. Carletcn gained cla h with the Georgians. The eleven!

iod and more than held their own in again they couldn't get pas; the ten He may devote his time to outside interests ] a air of yards through left u.rJ.; 1 is in excellent shape in spite of the

the second. Along with Tulane's con- yard 1"if. after Whight's pretty sixty- I and investigations and thus The left side of the Tulane Ire was hard knocks obtained in Tampa.

dition some potent factors were the yard return of a punt carried it there. make a name for himself and indirectly not holding so well, and the F.or di I Coach Kline is optimistic over
disinclination of Florida's interferersto But all this was in the early part of I for his university. This usually plungers kept hammering a-.vay a: ; the outcome and believes that the flying -
beneath would-
knock the pins from tho gan-e. Opening the last period means neglect of classroom duties. this wing. Vandergriff went th oug'i 'Gator3 will bring home the ba-

be tacklers, inability of Florida tack- Tulane needed a Ward and got it. Five i While the credit accruing to the individual I jthe right side at this point for three l I con. Every possible weakness has<

lers to hold Brown and Nagel when minutes later they needed five and I may be great it is only temporary yards. Whight sneaked thro gh an 1 oren materially strengthened so the
they managed to get both arms around spilled C. Anderson for lois oe II
got it. I in the case of the school. Frequently a prospects of victory loom high in the
them. and Tulane's interference, especially Neither team did much fo-ward : it happens that the man who about wto yards. Merrin made it u
horizon. It is known that the Georgia -
that given Captain Whightin passing. Florida got five passes : has utilized his opportunities at an first down on a line plunge I evelen is preparing for a hard

returning punts. away and Tulane only got off or.e. i institution to acquire fame for himself j Carleton made six yards on two I s.T3p and Florida promises them that
Florida got off with a rush and Tulane's cn. heave was good for ten i will abandon the school for the plunges through left tackle. The qua-- they will not be disappointed.
during the first period gave the Alligator offer. ter ended with the ball Tulane', I
yards. while the three good? Florida I first extra profitable i! Just as the golden rays of the sun
; rooters high hopes of victory. I there is the which is of eight-yard line.
passes were good for fif.y-two bards, Then type I chase away the clouds of darkness, so
They held in the line and managed to I and another was much better than a I more permanent value to a school- i End Runs Fatal. shall the Orange Jerseyed warriors of

check the elusive Brown. They were punt, for Whight Dwyer intercepted, and this is the type which Dr. 'Farr I' Carleton lost fifteen yard on the I Florida make the black and red of

threatening the Tulane goal \vhen it on his ten yard line, thirty yards I represents-men who have devotee next play, trying a dela-ed p s-. I Georg'a yield before their attack.ter. .
the quarter ended. Then they had to back of the scrimmage line. He was their time and energy to building up Carleton fell back and tried a p'a'eTrent

.6'r kick. to open the second, period and the ,1n""T1t'd in hs: tracks. The other was! I from the inside, who, thinking nothing' kick. the ball goin? wide by two Maloney replaced Richardson at
t.- or Q31 wa; w'd T}'e" '-a--(. incomplete. I of self, have sacrificed personal am- feet, the ball went to Tulane en 'h quarter for Tulane. B. Brown on an

'- flack and were thr3 te-Mrg a;a'n I Bat the running: of Brawn, Nagle bitions in their zeal for the welfare twenty yard lire. :McGraw: kH--d t" end run lost 15 yards. Loomis ie-

whi a famtb and a penalty forcc-1 and Weight for Tulane and the last of their institutions. It is men of C. Anderson, who was downed in h-s; placed B. Anderson. Perry recovereda

a hi k. i"nufe spe'd work of Pomeroy furr" this type that have made the University tracks by Whight. The punt went for fumble and ran it back a yard. Th-i

in the third it was v-ry much all hed thrills enough. There is no of Florida what it is today. Their : fifty yards. Florida was prnali-.e i half ended with the ball on Florida's

'" lin while. ta'klsrs lipprd o' ain aying that this Youngster whole energy and lives have been de-I{ five yards for off-side play. ra-'e'-n 'of rt en yard line.

P'tnvn rnd Na le or refused to leav "rcwn is a great little runner, even voted to the work of creating for I skirted right end for five yard. Ora In the second half Anderson was

tle'r" Pert to tet them. After the two !if he is a 'bit rough on the defense, : others and not for themselves. and I beautifully executed forwa-d pass 'iacl at quarter for Florida and Riche-

uchdowi: s for Tulane, Pomeroy wis 'Ta-l l.. is mighty close to as good and : credit does not come to them as it ;,i C. Anderson to Carleton twenty-five," ion for Tulane. The kickoff was arm

hustled into the game and fre',:i, th'' \V>;iri H's runs were amcng the among should. yards were netted the Floridi:ns. A ide affair. KFlinger right guard

"un tar started another ra ly. I* the prettiest teen here. tfnt I i The vice-president of the University second pass by the same pair fai'r.l -or Tulane received the kick and

wa shor'-lived: though, bit the sh:ft -.rfcrences was a quality thaf' of Florida, and Professor of English I being a little short and fall;n-' tw I slipped: back fiften yards. Tulane was

{ : t"e Ta-k onville kid boks like a Irn": made the greatest of. Florida's !I Marion Farr, was born in Union, S. ed arms. Otto replaced Perry and Perry

r'8f: < orreHe. wiggles and b otter H an anything else that Flor'a th"V got started down under punts 1 for college was made at Union Acad the referee for roughing it. On an- bra t of the attack through center.

8fii '' d'splayed. And "Tootie" Perry Tu'ane s er ds were seldom stopped I emy. and in the fall of 1890 he enter- other pretty pass, C. Anderson t-- 1. Brcwn skirted right end for four

lav'cl cnc of the best games seen ;in until one of.them. tackled the receiver ed Davidson College in North Caro- Carleton twelve yards were gained ards, he went around the left winger

Tampa. of the punt. Carleton never got a lina. After four years work there C. Anderson then punted to T-lane' twenty more. McGraw hit the line

'. After Florida had held inside th- real chance to show anything 'n the I the dergee of A. B. was granted, and I II eighteen-yard' line, where Whigh+ for a yard. Brown failed to gain

vo-vard line in the third period, fol- oponfie'd.! but his off tackle lunges after an additional year's work the caught the ball and return-d it t-r over center. Dwyer completed a shor:

H'ving Brown's spectacular run th"M were effective throughout. He boredin I degree of A. M. was granted in 1895. yards. Brown gained nine yard- "asa to Richeson for a first down.

i'cos started the fatal rush. Na like a bit. He could never get: Deciding to continue his stud'es, around left end. Richardson made it McGraw went through right tackle for

f\\ was shoved in to rest Brown an 1tbe started around the ends for Tulane Mr. Farr entered Johns Hopkins Uni- a first down on a line rl "ng-'. Iwo yards. Dwyer; gained eight yards:

blonde youngster started some has got the best pair of wingmen that versity in the year of 1895-96 as a Dwight made five yards through th" around left end. Brown added ten

fireworks. He cleared a fie'd for have been seen on Plant fiield in graduate student, but in the year line. :McGraw: tore off seven throughthe i more around right end.

Bcauleau to dive for eight yards and manv moons. What interference Flor- 1896"-97( due to a breakdown caused line and a first down. Hodges; 'Gator Line a Bar of Rock.

: started a series: of short dashes alter- nearly by overwork he was compelled to return relieved Driggers at this point. Tulane Here the most brilliant playing of
ida ha : was swept away every
r-at'n? with Dwyer, who played a der time a Tulane end left his feet witha home for a year to recover his fumbled and Perry recovered for the Florida squad was brought forth.

ndable game throughout. On an spread eagle dive-ard this wai health. Mr. Farr again registereain I Florida. C. Anderson ripped a hole Threes times the Tulane backs hurled

rx -hangs of punts Whight returned time Florida started an end the year 1898, and in June 1901 I in the line for five yards. Carleton themselves at the 'Gator line, through
twenty yards after Flor'da had con c (Continued on Page 2.) was thrown for a yard loos. B. An- center and tackle, three times the
ba-k only ten. Then Nagle slipped by run. 'Gators Off' Spry. derson snatched a yard through canter bruised and tired "Gator braced him.

for fifteen and Dwyer a"d"d ten to Florida won the toss and elected to ed to catch a rather bad pass by ths Merrin failed to gain on a line self for the on-slaught and held, the
4 the one yard line as the ouarter end and receive center and was thrown for a seven- plunge. fourth down saw Referee Ham Dowl-
defend the north goal
ed. Or. the second play the next per. :\I Craw kicked across the goal line. yard loss. The ball went over on ""hightIakes:: Long Run ing pulling the mass of perspiring

iod Dwight got his touchdown. The tall was*brought out to the 20- downs. C. Anderson ripped off two Whight caught a punt and rn i i' iorsies" apart and the ball was found
Brown Leads Way. I fo- yards off tackle. Carleton added four back sixty yards in a spect-cular tucked under :McGraw: within one
line. Tulane was penalized
Brown was back in the game on an yard the yards on a plunge through center. sprint* dodging tackle after tackle foot of the goal line but the Blue and
roughing it, fifteen yards beirg
exchange of punts. Tulane gained 20 dose. Carlefon made a yard through Merrin gained two over center, on a with marvelous interference from hip Gold }had held' and the stads were wild
yard-. Brown squirmed and twisted fake kick, formation. C. Andersonwas mates. Norton was subst't-i'ed at with 'ioy.:
tackle.A .
f '30 yards, before Carleton got him, I fumble the ball to Tulane on thrown for a five-yard loss. :tier: this point for Meisch. B. Brown dash- C. Anderson punted out of bounds,

1!:pping out the clutches of two men, gave line. B. Brown fail- rin lost fifteen yards on a bad pass ed a pair of yards off right tackl Me. the ball only going twenty yards it
the thirty-yard
; the center. Anderson t3 Graw
by punted added three more through cen-
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f I relating D. L. Bellamy
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i At a very important meeting of the -
f j Freshman Clas, held November 2.
I iI W "TOP O'THETOWN" iv; 1920: the following officers were elected 31.' rd) {7d i

Y I for the ensuing year: I @(t1d G ttO (Qr G '1JitJUl't
Largest All Year Round Hotel Kernel Hughes, of W ncr Haver. I It
In State -President.t 1 ,
i :n Edwin Breugle, of Tampa, Vlce-: j The Snh .;'.,::1)v' j i12* 3) ) )-1 1 .

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Florida fI James Boyd, of Jack'ozvilla-Rep-:
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I .ary-Harry Treaurer.R. Jones::: ., of Key West-Secre- I r:::= ::::::. :: ;; =.:;. _..... ___ :..-- ___ ::::.= :::= :::': lI

Oan's Bicycle Shop B. Woodward, of Jaksonville
. r Sergear,t-at-Arms. :' ...e......e....ie............4
Kast Main Street After I
this business was over t'ie: t
.. FOR BICYCES, ACCESSORIES AND REPAIRS "lass adjourned for the purpose of I 4'I r t F
L I running the newly el ctcd oTicer-! >
4 .._ through the "Hot Alleq."' +

4 4 4 THE NEW YORK RACKET -i I'-' FLORIDA MEN IN THE I i4'eat/t J 1.
Agent For !

4 4, 1 F1- rsh ei m Shoes I III The University of Flor'da w'll be
well represented in the coinj se
4 A Good Place to Eat ..
sion of the Legislature. In the Shate -
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will be: H. H. Wells of the Fl-r
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J Ida State College, and in the Hou c .

. Gainesville Furniture Co. will..'anaTa be: City J. Ed.; E. M.Johns.Stokes. :class 15.. StakeW. of '16-, .................................

I P. Fields' '12, Blountstowi; M. C .......O O.. ...........
Ccofield, 16. Inverness: ; Hugh Hale, .
'15, Brooksville; W. B. Bi-hop, c'asi O,
13, Capps; L. D. Edge. c'n*s of '! .troveland o I
5f D. R OX, Proprietor.
; Frank D. Upcht-r h. '15, University students, by :

I P 86.Spirting I'f ina; E. Paul Grgor*% lass of patronizing 1 he White House .

.1one Quincy. ; L. C. Cr-ftori, '19, of o Dining Room, may enjoy the .

satisfaction of knowing they .
''L I This is a splendid rhow'ng:: for a o
your g institution, and sas noth'ngabout i o have the finest service and most *
a I the various co -n'v offs o delicious food on the market
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Gods :Many men have been el oted to co 0' Gainesvie Table d'Hote .
: ty offices. We do not kn'w them.. a'l. E i : meals, $1.00. Parties and Ban.
'V rite to the secretary rnd '10'i h"n :
iets by special
: Foot BaH, Base Ball, Lawn Tennis, 10 that a list for county offices:: can arrangement .
>i.- or Table Reservations
'ie made later. Phone .
: Hardware of AH Kinds. The following extracts a-3 from 295. .
3 l[otters received by the s cretary inr2spor
'4'j i THE THOMAS COMPANY. se to his requests for it ms: The White House DiningGaints.ille's Ro.'m :

:\ Boyd Carleton, clan of '16: 'Ati I Social .
present I am holding down the char Center .
i It I Phone 22.Palm I of languages, dead and revived. an.1 +
... Math., in the Stuart High Scho'l. A 1I A
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have become a benedict, a' out a year fe-** **w 5& tfiI _:: ::.-.:: ::t...:._:;; =-:: z::::: :: ;; "':: J
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Parlor C. I. Holilr.gsworth, '16: "I am no-s- I The Alachua Restaurant and J nnch Roum i
Mayor of the little ci'y of For

t Meade, where I am in the ir.rr? nlil i! FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN I Ii
business. I shall be glad to s e an-
of the old men who coy e this war I !i
'ICE CREAM DE LUXE" and deliver to them the 'Key o! thi !4 HUf: a Bock: from At:;.i.tic Court Lire Drot. fj

City,' during their stay.** 1 1I fnhore 507 Gain villeFlori |
Popular and Classical Sheet Music. High Grrde Candies. I L. D. Hathaway, '02, wri'ing on pa. .
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Crane's Exclusive Stationery. Farm,' says: "You will se from thi r- _..:.: -:;. ::::= -..: :=.. .. 1
a 1 1r 'letterhead that I am "=orrf fa!""e-.
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:My sideline is County Saperintend-nt ; U

r cs Tested Glasses Fitter' of Hernando county." CT.JIE: ? OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHER 8

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I \ :co: we scorn the co'1fi9h coy.
But the helpful hen we r r'ze; Foot Ball
ewelers and Opticians Gainesville, Florida Which indicates to thoughtful minds (I Shoes, Uniforms and Supplies, i '
That it pays to
r ,. advertise Base Ball r71

For Good Eats and First Class ervic c c c r: c c 1 DESIRE AND PEISI: E. I Gloves, Mitts, Shoes and Supplies.

l A. C. L. LUNCH ROOM All you need to be bon with, in I j Tennis
II order to get the world famll: ar with
Ill Rackets, Bulls and Supplies,
your last name, is the usual number '.
One Door North A. C. L. Depot _ )1 )f arms and legs, and a mad habitual'earnin' BicyclesRepairing
to make good that a sudden
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;H hypodermic of success cbr/t: kill. Supplies.
I They's many a big artist who-e ancestors -

While In Jacksonvillet : thought paint was used for the B. LILIENBLUMThe
sides of barns only; they's many a
ra famous actor whose father figured
: Shakespeare was the name of a pud- -- -- ;
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din.' You don't inherit success, you .
r 1 t take: it by force, usin your ambition: ,
r nerve and ability as the weapors.
I H. C. WITWER. I! Phifer State Bank

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Dear folks at home-Send me a Strong, Safe and Accommodatingp.GE

ONE HUNDRED DEPARTMENTS Ji coat. They wear 'em up here."-
jdsj j Simmons.

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EDITORIAL DEPARTMENT for it. If you don't fret it-your money back.

'r Herbert G. Ford ....._.....___..............__._._.._Editor in Chief
f C. Stuart hail Jr.,.........._.._...........................-......Managing Editor Compare Price and Quality ,
Truman Green ...-........-...-............. Assistant Managing Editor
.J 1 P. O. Spain, Jr........._.._.Sporting Editors ..._._.._........_... A. N. Sollee THE and then see the double :
;1 ROY B. Hoskins, Murray Cohen, lIar-old Klock, _....__ a .._ Reporters I saving: in these special I'

',: Richard Knight ...............?.........._ ...........__............-.._.--.-_ Society Editor Hart Schaffner & Marx 5 -
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i Herbert M. Friedlander ...........__ ........................___....... Business Manager $38.50and \: .
!! Maurice Stein ................ ...._ ... .. _....._..............._...Ass't. Business Manager 1-
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II.! B. Knight ......................_.... ...:_.._ ._................_.._........_..,-........--._. Foreman ,]
B. O. Smith ........................_.... ..__... __..........__..,._....__.__.._ Compositor .
l't..T. Moore...._.__._..........................__......__. .... .. ......__........ Pressmar:: REAL I "&
Y ou'l1 find these prices are less than wholesalet f
Entered as second class matter, September 25, 1912, at the post- ESTATE prices of a month ago, we doubt if such values can

office at Gainesville, Fla., under the Act of March 3d, 1879.
be equalled within a year.
Place all communications and news items in boxes designated for that 7 t
purpose in Peabody and Lnnguagc HaUs.
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I Rate-The Florida Alligator, $1 50 the year. .: ,
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I Good Clothes-Nothing Else
Last week's game between the Ag. College and the Teachers marked the I IS rich I
no longer a SOS ranklin Stree
formal opening of inter-college athletics at the University. Each college I If .,
is represented in the football! and is ..'.
league great interest being shown by ,
Man's It .
f the, entire student body. Every man in school even though he has ro game. .
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I chance} to make the Var'ity. can go out and help his College to come out : -- --- -

1 vic oriou'e urge this not cnly to make stronger College teams, but Is open to everyMan +: :

also far the individual good that it will do each iran who goes out. tt j GREENLEAF & CROSBY COMPANY f, -
I: :; There is a department of Physical Edicuation now being maintained here. who saves j :
If each man would go out and take part in the various Campus activities If I "Noted For Quality" f 1 1I ::

football, tasetall, ba ketball erd teems, there would soon be no need for The .
I such a department. The tioutle with most College men is that they stay! Money. I Diamonds, Fine Jewelry, China, Cut Glass and ji

,;' cooped up in their rooms and lever find time to get out into the open anJ Monthly payment If 4.
breathe the fresh : which; Silverware \i3
I pure ar nature intended for all of us. The bookworm 1 1'f
,+ : is not encouraged at this University. An all-round, 'f
welldevelopedman Plan makes it I 104 West Bay Street Jacksonville, Ik t
:, : not only mentally, but physically ai d spiritually as well is the ideal t I ::1 -
graduate of University. To be in life 'u Selection! Packages den on Request j
any a success a man should have a Possible for II j _
every \\i
"i +r !i strong physique! to carry out and develop the lessons and teachings that henvoivei I tOwn Class Pins-Rings Medals-..Trophies )I .
I, while in Cl'lltStsUs. : c* show that oily J a small percentage o! Wage earner to
:: :== ::::r
.- Freshmen entering a Univer ity ever reach their graduate. And why
.' Because they are coir.jelled to drop out en account of sickness and inability 1-
; tc keep apace with their classmates own

'I \>TI do not have to rent a gymnasium and hire a Physical Director ir AUTO SUPPLIES AND ACCESSORIES
t order to keep in good physical condition. Nature has the most wonderful 1
G"nin the world. Lot's all go out and support our athletics even thoughit II
.I only means being a sub on 01.e of the College elevens Consult us for Goodyear and AjaxTires

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The Florida Athletic Association i is THE WAY WE DO Tubes

certainly pleaded with the splendid] Or Rules For Social Conduct. Bargains.W.H.SCHOOLEY. I SAVESERVESATISlGairesville
I advertising and the general SUPP !
J I given the team while in Tampa. 1. When calling: on ladies carry an I Auto Supply Company i

Q I principally to the splendid work 'tj automobile. \ 1
Gilbert Frvrmzm. 'riftgEJi or o ;! lr: -! .dtt if } Cie Z.anz:;& 'l"c.t..iitUL<....a.Z.(.tL c1-orca < \,. "' ..(
'; tiara at \\1' c\\\\ t Wvt\\ tai rz a 'iP22o) .}} rz1i'l.Rj}? rte'tr'acu >)> .s055HSO "5 PH RMA. ;y
lUl'f' c the pm U'35 1rl-) )aenc; JaM coat pnrchefs. ::1 I

a nice profit was realised. } !. If there is but oi.e chair the \ t tSE..LS Drugs, Medicines, Stationery, Toit and Rubber Goods

The Association \s> \1\T.\U\ t\\t i tlJin mast take his seat ftrs j Re Gu3raatre Persona Attention Pr& ipthlS. Dilly PjfB.t
Tampa and the South Florida fans ( 3. ATOH loud killing: aid smash Drugs U.ed. Low Prke. Quality Consideced.

j Florida tried to give them a goo.d'I all street lights in vicinity. Gainesville, Florid.
I game, and they royally supported the |i 6. Never rise tt go and sit down
I Gater eleven all through the four apain-stay down.
I, quarters of the hotly contested stniirple .. Be brave--faint heart never gota the EARTH ,r- ;: :- -
good hug.
_j'' I : Thanks are due the fok rinr stud- S. Should she refuse to faint you and bO17INOTTO!
,4 who the -
eats helped at pates srratx-* can trip her up that answers tksane -
::f: O. R. Bi>. P. Harris. W. G. Wells I R. purpose. <

,$ I. Stanley. R. P. Terry, Andrew Si_- 9. Talk on sub *ets iater stiBs: tothe RENTS: the TorNClear'WaterFla F.
1 n kas. Two former University stad- yeoaff lady (tfeereis bat oae). STOCK
3 Ii; eats also gave valuable aid, tamely 1s. When I""sdo" aot part abrupt -
j :": H, A. lIat'dtiatand H. O. Peaibert i y, b- leave- with a sot core Tailor

'! n ooy-Davidsoatian
< -Ftarida Athletic Ass mtMn.. i Alteration
.t t Cleaning Pressing
t .- **Se ator HaN? dsaies thatus. ds
!,: If a body write a body, been isN1siste1t< in his staad on I Phone 354 : Gainesville Fa. ll
11 '" t Getting TW reply; tke League,-Xews heci. He shed a I 13 Cleveland Street L J
i ;> ; a body ask a busy saystands'" ie cokki't ,
i', always be
t1'he. the? What the? Why? which Ground Floor Phone;-
1,1"1- j'I sure sate f the aati-aiiasi --- !
( : Fura&s Hnaaev.l I trat oo *sta..ls** would best W E the

The Fre heaan das offers a :Ytiratd 1 'rrsiiracyAUTOSUGGESTION 1 .. . ........H.
At' IS oeftU for the apprvfcemmci ef!
43! ') Jbeuy wiw started the naur slot :

f ix. cuss has ar spirit.dd t does oc trig esu. 1It
abed 1 riogIe."That Th' University of MKiir&B is at and
; -Hd\\ )mot like the girt xafrow es Shine Parlor :
tote the uce.t 5 yGr wife be- to save r Saadar ee&egre paper. It w :'icoeta's
wAwft l." rwe out 1.ow a K>ciB yes w.ak save f-:.:=- articlew'aren: by Ceo. Tampa and :
"Il.t kiss her ectfeer." i. ear-fane, au afi that, if y+. hadr I the *rr de t5 sad f& .Iy. I: is the |: Eliades, Proprietors
.. 0'a"S t as.th st" replied Ter-gard aUy paper .f ks kiBd kaowas. .
fro hd bee asked t 115 West Main Street
'"L'st *\\aiericafi pets' \ jestCiazes.1M ay.'irankee -< X. Phone 139' :
j J. H. Aloe iseh.-.Tdee Dodson. -* C.aWk .. A ses fe sot abriys liable to lie i Gainesville, ; V. Blume, Agent, Room 31 Budonan ,
Urn, lcs" :e ::'e lot tax.I $
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The members of the Lake county II l

home of good :ii i tures club held their regular monthly meet- I Violin Mandolin and Guitar StringsALO
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room, Buckman Hall.
NEXT WEEK PROGRAM The meeting was called to order by Gainesville, Florida. I

Sat.:iThe Adorable Savage" President Duncan. In Graham HotelJ. )
Edith Roberts. Although the meeting was not long, Violin Supplies Now Carried in Stock

:\lon.-u39 East" Constance it was to the point. The two main r
questions placed before the club were,
Benny whether or not, ((1)) A theatre party W. McCollum & Co. KELHILLEBififfiffiffiififfimffiffiffiifiifi MUSIC COMPANY
Tues.-"The GirJ1: Dared"All
should be given some time in the very f
star cast.Ved"Black. near future, and (2)), a basket ball DRUGGISTS"The 3 -
\ is White" Dorathy team be organized. These questionswere Rexall Store" Gainesville
Agents forLIGGET'S
Dalton unanimously answered in the
Thur.-"Just a Wife" All star affirmative.The and NOHRIS CANDIES ! ! ! ! ! ! ! Y
clug has some splendid materialor
cast. a real, snappy basketball team, Just ArriveSpecial !
Fri.-"Fall of Saint" All star cast.. !
and: when fully organized will challenge -
any other county club. to play xx TARR FURNITURE CO. Inc. iTi
them. Value for ififfi STii
BARBERSHOP The club suffered not only the ser- : Tampa i!.
:ous los;: of a member, but of its com- C911.. Students ;;n sny
Fcr Students and Other petent reporter, when J. Van Ober- ge Sales Agents For !: ;
.20 Haircuts 35 holtzer left the University. To fill ;bfiffi ;.;11.
Shaves OainesUlle.W. this vacancy W. D. Etheridge was Brown, Blue or Gray Worsted ;ifi Berkey and Gay Furniture, Globe Wernicke Sectional BookCases rW;
West :Side of:Square elected. ]
There was then a motion to adjourn Regular! $65 Value ;;n Aeolian, Vocauon, Pathe Phonopragph, Napanee Kitchen 5 d;

S. DORSEY & CO. : aid initiate the new members Robert !:fi Cabinets, Belding Hall Refrigerators, Aerolux Porch Yi r.i;

Soll'ns, A. F. McCall, A. H. Potter yHi! .
Everything in GroceriesFor and the reporter into the I-felt-a-belt for $40Stepina &! Shades, Premo-Eclipse Gas Ranges Domestic Science Fire- Hiu!
Goodness Sake DrinknOltSI'Y'S society, which was heartily carried by less Cookstoves, Robinson Rodgers "Restwell' Bedding. Hi!!
IHn.IGII'r COPfKK the old members. d takea .,
I look at it ifiW!!: Office Furniture, Floor Coverings, Draperies, China and y.i i
I Hats To y;
Carry Your Old Glassware, Window Shades, Awnings.
(By a Hobo who's "Been There") Nick Damato !
New[ York JlafcGi'Bniw( ffiffi !

to have th,m (In the side-door pullman). S S ! S ! ! !
Clcancd.; loc1ied and Made New. Pipe down! We gotta have it more .
quiet. Alright you rat! Next tim .1Here"s
Candy, Confectionary and -.Say, for the lova mike. git=her
Cigar Store in Connection. foot outta my face. Say. has all you
guy.: gotta smoke? How 'bout er
Imported Greek Candy.751b.M. The NewsYou
little air? Keep dat door doze. Ouch! Big

RL1ZIOTES, Prop.. Who spit in me eye? Aw, who said
West Main St. N.: anything to yer? Who't got anythinortcr
eat,? Lemme' lone! I wanna ,.. break through for a "touch-down' ; -. ;
sch!eep. z-z-z-z-z. Hey you guys pire
down! Here comes the conductor. every time when yon get one of the new

SPORTING GOODS S.h-h-h-h I gotta have a drink.
Fall suits we're showing. You're sure of
Thas all. Only 40 more miles boys l
-- ---- ;i You fols. Pipe down. Aw" ri' rat, the highest quality because Hart Schaffner

KODAK t report at 91 Thomas Monday. Nix'
.& Marx make the clothes for us; biggest '
ERY one er you fellers 'at makes a sound- .
S-h-h-h-h-h! values because our profits are down to bed .. .

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Baird Hardware Co. T .
Yesterday is gone-forget it; .
Phone 7. Gainesville Today is here-use it; Stylish, all-wool ( t
Tomorrow may rever come-
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: j was a bad kick. Dwyer skirted left I BURKHIMSS
j end and was thrown for a loss. Tulane SHOE SHIXE PARLOR J
:1 fifteen yards for Maker PICTCKE FRAMES [i. __'_ """ '-------4-----------. ......... .. __ ..
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B. Brown
tackling a Florida
:., ; cut loose for six yards around the I 8hesnut'sShoe Students Headquar I

end. He fumbled 1, and lost ten yards 'GJ
1 Perry and Norton tackling Brown at I It in Uncle Moses

t the same time. Dwyer gained two one Sto e Money to Loan
an offtackle buck. Beuleau gained We Carry a Full Line of Musical Instrumentsand ;
(I live through center. McGraw punted SHO.ES: Jacksonvi le Complete Line of Strinbs
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the ball 7 "Clothes"1l0.1l
J \ to C. Anderson, who run Satisfaction Guaranteed
:t back fifteen yards. HOTEL SEMINOLEChas. West Main Street
Nagle replaced Brown. Carleton South Side Square SetH

.. skirted right end for two yards, and i G. Day. :Mgr. I -- C
r went the same route for another yard.
lateral from center to C. al Drug Company
a pass
.t./ Anderson, a yard was gained. C. Drink at For Drugs, Sti ti mary, Toilet ;1 L.
Anderson kicked aut of bounds tTulane's >
Arti des Candies,
r forty-yard. line. S war sen '
I MILLER'S"It diet Wait nnp
; threw Nagle for a loss. Swanson S t ;56-C<<:
r j threw Bealeau for a yard loss. Nagle S ,. Electrical SupSI::ly t
''I made eight yards around right; end Company Redthei
,' : on a pretyt dodging run. McGraw Is Better"PERFET :
punted to Florida's forty yard 1'ne FLASHLIGHTSLAMP aye]
I C. Anderson being downed in his I SODA gay,
i tracks. Hughes replaced Hodges an J Sanitation and Servce SHADES) ;Gat

tackled before a play was made. Florida of I
S penalized fiften yard Carlton T need
;you anything ele:
went over tackle for two yards. Per ), drop in and see us. mucD
ry carried the ball a half yard over :nffi S S Main Street Telepbollt harp
I center. Carleton failed to ga"n. An- !ffibfi
ii : er
demon:: punted ar.d Whight caught; the iix! H Q >lathe
:; ball on the run, went over r gh'-: !: THE COLLEGE MAN'S R
:. the !fi .... .
: tackle for five yards. Nagle hit : I._
:<: same spot for three. Dwyer went HEADQUARTERS -.:'_ : R B. M. EHC.H; H oul lev

:IP-;; through left tackle for ten 'ards.I HO 'Zest

'' taking the ball to Florida's two yard 1s': Gainesvili}., 0 hmvei
; line as the third quarter ended.
P.-i ,.. Tulane Scores Twice. i !
I f j-=. Brow replaced angle, Florida: hell 1 Porter'sMost I Florida. E left wo

f! I t on the first down, but Dwyer wen' ai fl 1

1 I i Ir : over right tackle for a touchdown on .1. H 0 S S F
.1; the second play. : Dwyer gcked! goal. -
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i!r Score, Tulane 7uFlor.da: 0. .j.1 i'e ELECTRICAL i if>3LS
i j :McGraw kicked to Florida's twenty of the U. of Fla.
iI men who ru" I
I!1 yard lire, and B. Anderson waj down. r _____SS_ J. SEYKORA E
:I ed in his tracks.C.. Anderson skirted ?I 75 into Jacksonville never think.of going
rj a ai tihe,
107 Gainesville, Florida
'i ; ;it } left end for two yards. Carleton lost back S
'I ':1 to school without stopping at leas !I f; ion
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,s I i two yards on a run from kick 21 .. "t;.
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mation. C. Anderson uncorked for-I I .i long enough to see what's new at Porter's !:I T
I : other poor kick for fifteen !:I Latest Styles of
.1 t :. Whight was downed on Florida's 3S ti window. They generally take Engraved Cards

I : r;i yard line. /: :2 time to step in and take a close look- S
B. Brown cut loo at : f1j
I =e this point for j
4 i'I j. a brilliant thirty-yard run, shaking 1 they know they won't be urged to buy. Best'VorkmanshipReasonable IJo
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'I' : tackler after tackler and putting the il O 1919 Knox Ilat Coapaoy.:Inc !:i Prices P

1 I ball on the five yard line. A line isif Knox Hats !:i -
;! ': plunge over left tackle got a yard. 1Cifi/ C-o.i: Hats S !:i IIV
1 \ >; Richeson went over left tackle for ric! !:i for all Purposes c
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t '* l:, j two yards, and on the next pay! went : :
; t 'I -i over for a touchdown. Dwyer kicke\ I, [l" Everything Men and Boys Wear T1.'fJJ! B
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f goal.Tulane
: i ", kicked to Florida and B I !:i
f, Anderson returned the tall: twenty r i I!!::i i j ePPer Printing Co. I'I

(. I yards. Smith replaced Weigan. C I Ii !:i
i l ." Anderson was thrown for a two and !:i {
r i t loss. The Florida interference was !fi -----------1--J--- --- 7Vx J
i in S. Bodiford l
I i very poor and slow. Florida fumbled!
r f r' on a mad pass from center. Anderson .1 5 D
: t i' ;- punted and Whight was downed ..r Corner Bay and Laure Company V
a t fl., ; in his tracks. Lewis replaced Killin- : Jacksonville, Fla J f

;i i I' !I ;: .;: and ger for for Tulane.three yards.Dwyer Brown skirted failedto right:! ffiHHffiHMSSaffiffiffiKffiffiffiffiffiKffiffiKKffiffiaKKSK!: ;: !: !: !: !: !: ! '! ffiffiSffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffiffi! ! ! !ti Lfi! Lfi! !. i' DIugggist ... II F

J I i gain on a fake. Pomeroy replaced The
; I greatest step toward -
; C. Anderson. McGraw kicked out estab1ishiugprewar 1
; I ,.N'Is dt; of bounds, the kick going eight yards. Florida prices that has been taken in 1F
I Fur '
: Carleton threw a fifteen yard pas: to S was CI 7 Ott S Announcement ..

: .l''j F P B. Anderson, who caught the ball .
t I '. n:'> fairly. Carleton gained eight yard Michael-SternSuits
I ;I t off tackle. Pomeroy went around S r
right; end for twelve yards. for

i; 1 !,i : ;: I CollegeMen at 3 6 5 0 Clothes of
I I Professor: .Now when those religious Superb

r. 1 t f,s I j ;,- I: baric men people.came what among attitude thes half-bar did they Now We Announce 25 TailoringWe
per cent Off
,i naturally take against their modes of on
: I < II fighting 1- and their love or war? J. B. STETSON HATS S ti r

; : Student: A hostile attitude. J B. Stetson .",.
\ twoIi10.00
t J ; : Hats EI3'7'1c:: etson
Professor: People of the present
1 X12J.00
I Hats
:! day talk so much of civilization, yet 'IK Store Accommod 9 0 0
atln ,
', in such large; cities ai New York and --.:. T r
I' Chicago, where civilization 13 sup O .
posed to be at its height, more _
1 crimes are committed than occure !fri .

b I any unsettled place in Florida.A (!l:;; /he heart of Jacksonville"

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