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 19, 1920
Publication Date: 1912-1973
Frequency: daily except saturday and sunday (sept.-may); semiweekly (june-aug.)[<1964>-1973]
weekly[ former 1912-]
weekly (semiweekly june-aug.)[ former <1915-1917>]
biweekly (weekly june-aug.)[ former <1918>]
weekly[ former <1919-1924>]
weekly (daily except sunday and monday june-aug.)[ former <1928>]
semiweekly[ former <1962>]
weekly[ former <1963>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 24, 1912)-v. 65, no. 74 (Jan. 31, 1973).
General Note: Summer issues also called: Summer school ed., <1915>-1920 and again in 1923; summer issues also called: Summer ed., <1921>.
General Note: Has occasional supplements.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000972808
oclc - 01410246
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System ID: UF00028291:00301
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Preceded by: Orange and blue
Succeeded by: Independent Florida alligator

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+ + There will be a number of dance.*

+ + + *' + *' + + a- this week-end in honor of the'Stetson -

sure Was 56 to 0. But Florida's First: Team Placed Lightly Through team, and a number of fair visitor Southern Game Instance Was Groa.4"

Sons Fought Valiantly in Effortto The members of the faculty of the First Quarter and Then Second down from Tallahassee for the game. For Much Argument-DebaU

Stem Crackers' OnslaughtLast college of Arts and Sciences of th. Aggregation Finished the Friday afternoon there will be a Took Place in Farr Lit ':, ,

ID, University of Florida are all men Fracas in Style. "pop" darce: at the K. A. house. Society Meeting
Saturday in their annual clash
3 who have had splendid training for Friday night the A. T. O. Fratern- ,
with Georgia the 'Gators were giventhe their respective office. Perhaps no Before a throng of over 3,000 foot- ity gave a dance at the Elks Club. A short, lively meeting of the 10'< '

short end of the score, which was one of them is better last week in Palatka. Th held last Monday night despite .
'etI.Ipp.. qualified by reason son, 26-0 After the game Saturday there eiety was

56-0. The Florida men fought gamely of previous study than Dr. Ander- real thrill of the was when will be a pop dance at the A. T. O. the heavy rain, which kept
the last but without avail. The game
to .
., 'on, Dean of the college, and Professor house, and that night the first Pan ome of the members away.
and Black team had i Crom Andenon forward I
Red everythingtheir intercepted a held on the sub
of Ancient A debate was
Languages Hellenic dance of the year at thaElks :
way and seemed determined to Dr. Anderson was born the year be. pass and ran 90 yards for a touch Club. ject: "Resolved, That the University

avenge the set-back which Florida fore the close of the Civil War, in down. of Florida should carry on full athlete r
ave them last year. If had only the the other colleges ,in
, Laurens county, S. C. After preparation The field was soggy, and fast play- Pi K. A. Christmas Dance. relations with
f Gator warriors played the same brandof this State." The debate hinged upon
) at Williamstown he entered well near impossible. The On the 17th of December the Al-
ball they put up against Tulane a q was of.
[ the advantages and disadvantages
Woffordstowfri College. lIe finished nha Eta Chanter of the Pi Kappa Al-
tIt much different story would be heard. Ii st team onh' played the first quarter Southern. The af
: 'ered by playing
two years of work there then changedto v-i Fraternitv is giving its annual
Despite the score Florida put up a the md ur.Jer instructions of the Coach firmative was supported by Thoma
University of Virginia, from rhrfctmas dance. This dance is one
nt!: lard fight, which will long be remem- which he secured the degree of B. Let. "d 1 not exert themselves.! Some new of the social events of the year and i is Sale and Bryant Simpson, negative

'1 lered. During the first quarter they and M. A. The Master's degree was lays were tried out, which worked; being eagerly looked forward to. vas supported by Mr. Ed. Brengle and ; t

'played a wonderful game, but afterhe arned under the old Mr. J. H. harpley. The judges Tn '
requirements, jell. No aerial attack was tried, 33
first touchdown nothing much! which demanded three tiered their decision in favor of tht
extra Rat Dance.
ould stop the rush of the Georgia years he ball was too slippery. negative and decided that it would
H work in subjects selected for the ap- On December 3rd the "rats" of the ,
leven Every man did his "darnest" Practically the entire second team not be best to play all colleges in the
plicants with no credit allowed for K. A. Fraternity are breaking out in-
( particularly "Tootie" Perry an-1 lectives. vent in the second quarter and dem- ociety with their annual dance. State.'
0 Vim Merrin, who fought like demons Mr. K. K. Hansen and Mr. B. O.
nstrated their stand off tsftetbon
After his graduation Mr. Anderson < ability to
(very second of the game. Thesewo Smith gave short readings.The .
went to Harvard as a holder of a team for the remainder of th- Serpeant Dance.
deserve special mention for their program for next week include
E Morgan fellowship, which he had sa- The Serpeant Ribbon Society is
defensive work. Mahanah did game. a recitation by Mr. Milton Connell
mostFlorida's ,iirpil while _at_ the_ University__ of Vir- giving its first dance of the year an
+(if gaining. n n -----w and a short story by :Mr. J. M. Will
"inia. He completed one year's post ho night( before Thanksgiving at the
Fitts' Georgia's speedy ,, ams. A debate will be held on the
quarterback then Elk- Club.
3JCA 'raduate work at Harvard and
played a wonderful subject: "Resolved, That action forbidding
!L game. Has resigned in order to travel and study :
the all forms of hazing at the
outstanding star of the Geor- '
abroad. During the 188990Mr. AG. CLUB.
ttt years / "
ian team. University of Florida is desirable.
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Anderson was a student at the .
Every Florida The affirmative will be represented by
I man is; now looking University of Berlin, and the University i- Everv ACT. man present enjoyed a
'f'. :Mr. S. Gaskins and Otis Mathis the
Flork!h head when the ,
again lock ,,'
of Heidelberg in Germany Or- ndid talk by Dr. A. L. Shealy on ,
Piorns! and believe I negative by Mr. Thomas Ferguson an JI.
a different song will tiered by the docotrs at this time to 1 Vondav evenintr. The first part of
be: { I.Y.. Phillips.
sung. on'-erve his health he spent winter -f'S:: 4 f.. Ms! talk was on the advantages and
The lineup ,, '. .{ Any discussion of ratting Is always
:- ia Switzerland, and then returned to -'- > .;,- : onrnrtunities to be had in literar '
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Florida. 'his country. After teaching for ( t meetings. Then he snoke on the
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=,ociety; are welcomed to this debate.
Ssanson, left end. mme time he registered<< at Johns "roa l field onen In this State for better >"

Baker. left tackle Hopkins University: in Baltimore. Dueto \ knowledge of veterinary science SUMMER TRAGEDY.
of work that ha
the vast amount
Otto, left guard. Truly some knowledge of this scienceis -
U Perry nad already accomplished he found it He hovered about her all the
center. essential for every AJ!. man. even
Mossible receive his degree in
Hodges, right guard. to one \ I President Roy Drigcrers then told's ir g, notwithstanding her efforts tot
In 1894 he received the degreeof
Vandergrift, right tackle. vear. repul him.At length,'stung to matlness -
\ / i something of the excellent
Doctor of Philosophy from this in- Agri-
Coleman, right end. \ t by her evident desire to rid herself -
B. -nd attended the University of Paris / vltural school at the University of
Anderson ) of his he
| quarterback. r presence, was about to
JOds PONGroy, left half. titution. He then returned to Europe : Georgia. He spent a day there white leave. Then the fluttering of her

[C. Anderson, right half. !luring the year 1896. with the football team. fan disarranged the lace at her threat,
At Johns Hopkins Dr. Anderson
"" jMerrin, fullback. r Be sure to turn out next Monday leaving her white neck bare and
.....0. majored in Greek and minored in derbile University, Florida Stat I ,
Georgia. ': Latin and Sanskrit. He could easily light, for the bi-monthly election of 1 gleaming in the moonlight. With d
College and the University of Florida.:
-- [Reynolds, left end. y- :qualify as a professor of modern lantniages officers. wild cry of passionate longing, utterly

1 ". Bennett, Left tackel. :' as he is well acquainted with He is a member of the Classical Association B. W. AMES, J oblivious of the consequences ef his

DP Tielchel French German, Italian and Spanish I of the Middle West and
left guard. Ag. Club Reporter. rash act, he flung himself upon her.
ay, center. i and has done considerable workin 'South, the American Association of i
The next instant he lay crushed at her
7 Yandiver, right guard. Russian, Dutch and Danish; and University Professors and the Chi NEWMAN CLUB.At .

)<<>.w, rifht tackel. in addition to these is also familiarto Phi Frattrnity. As Dean of the College feet.Alas .
r. extent with Old Norse Old Pool little mosquito-The!
:--ome ,
j Bennett, right end. of Arts and<< Sciences he takes a well attended and enthusiastic

'jUs, quarterback English, and Gallic. Perhaps it maybe official rank at the University of Flor- meeting last Wednesday night the I American Legion Weekly.

r-ollins, left of interest to some of his friendsto ida after the
I half. immediately vicepresident Newman Club ushered in the begin-

.3 Hartley, right half. know that he could easily qualifyas of the institution.In oir g of a successful year. Many top-((4[ + + + + .

l phols, fullback. a professor in mathematics and at 1903 he marri<<>.dliss Jante ics of interest were discussed, among + .

one time was offered a chair in that Brooks Sullivan of Williamstown, S. them<< being the benefits that will be + FRATERNITY PLEDGES 4

Game with Carlstrom Flyers. subject by one of the large Southern C. Dr. and Mrs. Anderson have seven derived from the club. The aims and + ANNOUNCED THIS WEEK

)In Institutions children, four boys and three girls. purposes of the club were explainedn + .
one of the best
games ever Dr. Anderson is the
seen author of
Six of the seven children are registered full to the
Carlstrom new men present. About + The Alligator takes pleasure
Field, the Flyers took "Sources of Ovid's Heroides "
on in the public schools of Gainesville
twenty men were present and several + in running today an announcement +
of measure of our Reserves to thee which work, by the way, the late Dr.
> of 3-0 -and his seventh child is only more are to come in. Officers were 4 of the pledges of the various .

> lorida Arthur Palmer has commented very two years old. elected for the suing year and all + fraternities on the ecmpai .
|f although outweighed, play- favorably in his "Heroides. Dr. Dr. Anderson finds his feel confident that
agfail J a strong defensive I greatest the success of the + as given out by these orgxniza% .
ee times for game, holding Anderson is also the editor of "Se- pleasure in the teaching of the lan- Newman Club is assured. I ':. tions. This year's pledging rules +

ard line. The downs on bed own lections from Ovid, published by guages, for it was in these subjects After the meeting hot coffee and + make it impossible for pledges .
} Reserves' 'offensive Heath & Company. This work has that he spent so of his sandwiches served which
not many years were wa + to be initiated before the second .

o ions as good and lost on several received favorable acceptance as a ?'fe in preparation. And any one whois pronounced a wonderful treat. + semester, : and_ then, only when 4

'be an opportunity to score text in England as well as in the so fortunate as to have language The officers elected were: + the students have pa seed the +

J i which game was held on a muddy United States.As work under him well knows the way PresidentJ. S. Clark.VicePresidentI. + scholarship requirements, making +
was a setback for both teacher he has served in the
,n> a in which he covers the subject and the deCampais. + fraternity membership this 4
Gunn s. Merrin, Barrs, Simmons and high schools of Charleston, S. C., of vast arrour.t of work that he is able] Treasurer. N. Sollee. + year much harder to attain. 4

,; da. played; the best game for Detroit, Mich., and of St. Louis, Mo., to get from the men in his courses Secretary-T. H. Wallis. + 4

at the University of Oklahoma, Van- without over-burdening them. Corresponding Sec.-A. S. Grahan.. 4 +=*... tf).4t.+ 44 +

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I year the Blanche Cafe opened 5 HOB S flew YoFlt Hat Cleaner$ t; W ;:

red especially to .
Gave themCleaned.Blockedand
Many of the University boys H .. M. TENCH> H Made I New. 1 TARR 'PUENITURE: CO.. Inc. |
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was reopened this year. In ac- O Gainesville, 0 Candy, Confectionary and |: Tampa, jjj
e with the desires o'f the trade: Cigar Store in Connection. |:
lice was remodeled and made a. |: Sales Agents For !&
ria, which is equal,' if not su- B Florida E Imported Greek Candy ..751b.M. .
| Berkey and Gay Furniture, Globe Wernicke Sectional Book- yjS
t to the former arrangement. 1. RLIZIO PES, Prop.
g over ten cents, and there arc $ H 0 S S I West Main St. N. Cases, Aeolian, vocation, Pathe Phonopragph Napanee Kits
Kperienced waitresses to serv:.
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I Blanche is at present running + + + + + + + + + + 1 jfj chen Cabinets, Belding Hall Refrigerators, Aerolux Torch i WW

ace pital alone for, her an husband indefinite being length in Students Headquartersin 1 SPORTING GOODS i ir* Shades, Premo-Eclipse Gas Ranges, Domestic Science Fireless W rnifi

lie for treatment of injury re- Cookstoves, Robinson Rodgers "Restwell' Bedding. !Wffi :
during service. She is cater- KODAK .
pecially to University boys and I I Office Furniture, Floor Coverings, Draperies, China and jji

|liply e who satisfied.patronizes The the restaurant place will JacksonvilleHOTEL CUTLERSBaird Glassware, Window Shades, Awnings. !S

((96 per cent on the State insrec.
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Mrs. Blanche advertises in .he SEMINOLEChas.G. Hardware Co.
litor, and is an ardent suppoicer $$ $$$$ $$$$$ $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$ I
Phone 7. GainesvilleSANITARY'BARBER
le University and Student BcUy. .
Da Mgr.
fig the war her husband was the > I ..::c=:-. = --:: ::;-.:: ::: ;:;": ';;:';.;.:.C..;;;::...';;; ""-: --J.,; ..,,
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"Are you fond of ind>orfa Gainesville, Florida. : Improved Farms of all l sizes
?" : All sorts of City Property
I II 4 In Graham Hotel t+ At right prices and reasonable terms I
f Lyric Theatre \i Buyers should t consult them before making a

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Blue or Gray Worsted Good Picturers" SHOE SHINE PARLOR I I

Violin! ,Mandolin and Guitar
,i Regular $65 vlaue Ohesnut'sShoe ... Strings

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Nick Damato ART and GIT 4OPr South Side Square
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{ G. Ford m________... .Editor in Chief "Easy Compare Price and Qualityand i
I t C. Stuart Hall .T. .-_..Managing Editor then see the double 1 1t
Truman r"......m. Managing EditOl.Ii' "
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r % F. O. Spain, Jr. Sporting Editors A. N. Sollee saving
f 1 ROY B."Ho kins, Murray Cohen, Har-old Klock, ._ Reporters Hart- Schaffner & Marx .

Richard Knight -_--_. _-- Society Editor suits at .. '

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I t .: t. Maurice, Stein. -_ ....._........_..____..._...._....Ass't. Busmess13na..e.-.
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r s M. B. Knight .. ..... ? ..,._ ..____.___ .... Foreman
; I B. O. Smith -- .........-.-.,.-.-. -___.__- Comp itoi You'll find these prices are less than wholesale
I I + : t A.T. Moore_ __... ......_.._. __ PressmanEntered Easy ,
1.. month we doubt if such values
i prices of a ago can>t
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'i : l as second class matter, September 28, 1912, at the post- be equalled within a year. --
I office at Gainesville, Fla., under the Act of March 3d, 1879.
; I Place all communications and news items in boxes designated for that
; purpose in Peabody and Language Halls.I .

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: OUR GYMNASIUM:\ :\ r t

; J" SOS ranklin Stree
1. Afteryears* of patien waiting, the University of Florida finally ootained -
f\ i; building, which, to all intents and purposes, was to have been a
: Gymnasium.: For this we are truly grateful to the State Board of Control: -: T
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i.. J and the tate, Legislature. But through lack of funds, no provisions were an old adage
i r made equipping this excellent :structure for the purpose for which it
I : had been ,erected. A recent announcement of the State Board of Control, rjjrarding ConcerningProsperous GREENLEftF a CROSBY COMPANY
I ,\\'i the erection of new buildings and proposed improvment on o-i?
';i: ': t camr is, made no mention of equipment for our Gym. True, we have six. | "Noted For Oua1i ty"
I : dumbbells and three Indian clubs, historic relics of the old shack whi days
;f:3:1: once graced?( the name of gymnasium, but we can hardly call that equipmer I Diamonds, Fine Jewelry, China, Cut Glass and

I ;'! I .I* has been suggested: that the gymnasium be equipped by the fun: And unusual | Silverware
,''i allotted through the Budget System to gymnasium work, amounting: tt i iProfitsDoes r .
\ j :' year to about two thousand dollars. Rather than no gymnasium equipme L 1Q4 West Bay Street Jacksonville, B h
'- at all this is Eut the writer fails to the in it
i preferable. see justice requiriibtuderts
i| Selection Packages Sent on Request
it I t I to defray the expenses of permannt improvments on the campy
__ 'I'I' :, < i This year a considerable portion of the gymnasium fee will be devoted t Apply to you? L Class Pins--Rings---Medals-Trophies

; Arards; equipment, and owing to the financial condition of the University ai .:a:
l lack of previous appropriations, few students will raise any objection. BJ, Have big wages,
1 the continuation of such 2 practice is heartily condemned by the Alligatc j [(
We hope that at the next meeting of the legislature, the needs of our gymS Easy earnings I
1 nasium will be so strongly urged, that that body cannot help but see tli AUTO SUPPLIES AND ACCESSORIES }
1 i necessiy of making a real gymnasium out of the present mere shell that v/-
I are accustomed: to call the Gym. Make you and

\ ," Yours Goodyear and AjaxTires ] -i -
and Tubes
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''i 5 We should count ourselves fortunate in securing the services of Dr. ?
t, ; Harvey Cox of the University of Florida, who has come to us to take charge !
;{ tf the internal affairs of the University and to guide our footsteps during
Put the brakes on! Auto Supply
I I t 'hese early days of the development of the New and Greater Emory. CompanyJOHNSON'S
r Cox is of and with that unusual
'r. a man judgment gifted ability u save and put
I lead 'men and guide them upward to the higher and nobler things in lif*. your

\I Ice is an educator of.marked ability and wide experience, having served in Savings into Real -PHARMACYDrugs -
II I every grade of. educrftiort. with marked success from teacher in a rural I l

I schoo' jo professor in one" or the.greatest institutions of our land. Estate for a Medicines, Stationery% Toit and {Rubber GoodsWe
i I.a was one of the fort most-men in educational affairs in Florida, an.1 1n Guarantee Persona Attention to Prescriptions. Only Purest f
; 1 t prominent Southern professor recently said of him: "I think I know tii2 "Rainy Drugs Used. Low Prices, Quality Considered.
I I ?s!a educators of the South, and I do not believe that any institution can fin,! Day". Gainesville Fonda ...
: I better head than Dr. Cox. I
!i t I, We are sure that the trustees could not have four.d a man better fitte.l -

i I I to fill the place of President of Emory University than Dr. Cox. ? ;; w ea
j We extend to Dr. Cox a cordial WELCOME and assure him that th*
f [ entire student body are anxious to co-operate with him in making Emory
.' one of the best institution3 of learning in our country and the greatest University DROP IN 8a
in the South.The Emory Wheel.

t# f f : i Fortunes are made by taking opportunities; character is made by making W. H. SCHOOLEY -- OTTO F. STOCK

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i i( .lid. }: : By taking:revenge, a man is but even with his enemy; but by passing Tailor

4 I' '' over :It he is.'Superior.. SELLS the Alteration
I EARTHand Cleaning
: i ; Pressing
- ; ; A little seeing saves much looking; a little speaking saves much talking. Phone 354 Gainesville"Fa. -
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: 'I i ''Ah aimless stroll, There's the blue .
10. r The ocean roll, dreamy eyes, of the skies in her, Clear water, Fla | American Shoe Repair Co. I

.::, : sands The color "
Glistening -and you. of corn in her
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!; :, f.":! ,AJ stolen kiSS, The coral strand of her lips demand t and Shine Parlor
:iAn instant's bliss, Caresses if only r. i
one dare. i i
L i s But'; One I can hurried show,word-"Adieu. When a moonbeam makes of her eyes 513 Cleveland Street t Geo. Tarrpas and Louis Eliades Proprietors! 1 1i i
deep lakes

For Why now I'm'a I know heartless-fool., With a dear little catch in her sigh Phone 47 ,: 115 \Yest Main Street \. Phone 139l :

Then our heart-strings .IJI- V. Blume, Agent, Rccm 31 L vcln.rFlorida <
:: .An aimless stroll, break and ID Gal l
j'i The. oceaTi'j .all," ""': '. each heart love !Lf
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',,'. I Glistening sands and- 'ou. _w Florida. ).........
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The second meeting of the Polk
Hotel Hilsboro County Club for the year of 1920 wacalled

to order by the president, VT.j c
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"TOP O'THETOINN" H. Tillman, on tbQ evening of Tuesday ?
J November 11, 1920. Thirteen I II _
members were present and two new J JI
All Year I
Largest Round HotelIn
I msn were enrolled, giving a total The Smile Follows the Spoon
State I membership of 17. All regular business !
-4 having been looked after the !

I Tatrpa Florida r president called for suggestions j

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ines more interesting or benefit th<; : jA; 4I : "'
club in any way. J 6.3.......ee.I .............'.. =

;an's Bicycle Shop I Mr. Hull suggested that each meci-

lei should come prepared to tell a !I \ t
East Main Street I story. The suggestion is to be .-
ried out with no stpulation as car-I
PORBICYCES, ACCESSORIES AND REPAIRS I the character of the stories : "I

that they must not be embarrassi1 ,
f T3y members present. :
_.;. Miller made a motion whii/. I leal4 J
i was carried that reporters be a! I
ForFlorsheim pointed to send to home papers a
writeup of the activities of the club I
Shoes I The president appointed Mr. Chaj i 4 A Good Place tot i
bc eau for Haines City paper; Mr :
1:" Scufield, Winter Haven; Mr. Collin : :
----- Bartow Mr. Tillman, Lake Waif .:
r and Mr.; Cody, Frostproof.Mr. ...............................

1 1a Gainesville Furniture Co. I ID. of. Miller inter-county brought club up athletes the question an:-' .+++.......+.......+.+.. ..

it was decided that this should b
given the utmost attention sometime' I.

i i in the near future. University students, by :
R. COX, Proprietor. \I It was decided that there should b I House
patronizing The White
1\. no regular dues for the club, but each .
Phone 86.Spirting. ;| member should be assessed the neces I I! ining Room, may enjoy the .

i[ sary amount for expenses. satisfaction of knowing they :

i I I Smokes in abundance had been 4 have the finest service and most .

provided by Messrs. Miller and Hull delicious food on the market .
!and the meeting adjourned into a most! Gainesville Table d'Hote .

, Gods entertaining and elevating session. : meals, $1.00. Parties and Ban.
W. J. CODY, Sec'y
II lets by special arrangement
Foot Ball, Base Ball, Lawn Tennis, APPLIED ANATOMY or Table Reservations .
Phone 295.
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W: :e can a man buy a cap for his : :
Hardware of AH Kinds. knee. The White House Dining Reom .
Or a key for a lock of his hair? :
THETHOMASCOMPANPhonc I Gainesville's Social Center :
i Or can his eyes be an academy I 1
Because there are pupils there? .
22. his head what i .
In the crown of gems
] are found? ......... .....................

=. I "rho travels on the girdge of hose ''. .... ,.;$I:. '-. jCT-J.:2'-: ; ..
: D,--J the calf of his leg become hun- The Alachua Restaurant and Lunch Room It ItH

Palm Parlor"ICE gry at times. H 1
and devour the corn on his otes? -
Can the crook of his elbow be sent
to jail? '
CREAM DE LUXE" Where's the shade from the palmof J Half a Block from:Atlantlc Coast Line Depot WI
II his hand? ; ; hone 507 Gainesville,Florid
Popular and Classical Sheet Music. High Grade Candies.Cranes How does he sharpen his shoulder i
i I blades? : ::; JIID:. ._ .l! .... rw=- ''bj

,t I Exclusive Stationery. i I'll be hanged if I understand.Ex. .- j

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i Tested Glasses By a Student.
\ r 1 They call him "rat", and I can swear .

He nicely takes the knock; .. .
Do Our Own\ Lens $"- .....-- ... -- -.>"-
e Grinding- ; And that's not all-they make h n -- "" '! J
No \a\\ 1 wear '

Delay A green cap on his block. I J
All kinds of invitations pour a

JH.Coies" Around him day and night; Foot
& Son. Ball
He goes to "parties, grand, galore
Where belts oft snap and bite. Shoes, Uniforms and Supplies,
Ikrs He imitates the rooster's song, {
.ng and Crticinrs Cairesville I'!JoriI < The kitten's low and me-ow; Base Ball l 1

'a. >1- He tells why all short days are long, Gloves, Mitts, Shoes and Supplies,
1A. And why a bull's a cow.

Nor Good Eats and First Class Service come to the I, And boxing-gloves are handy, too Tennis
A rat about his size,
Racket, Balls and
- i And when it's o'er-if he's not blue, ,
: Then he deserves a prize. BicyclesRepairing '
... i There are many other thingsA
One Door North A. C. L. Depot rat must do or say, and Supplies.
----. J But best of all to him is what

. Jo. I I-*! :- J:' ::: ;:::;;. ;:-_: ---::. ---::: ..- He does on sweet "Flag Day. B. LILIENBLUM:

While In Jacksonville< I IGO hands Bell-row"I have" a great deal on my

TO t Prof-"Why don't' you try soap and (

r fj 1 dtI q9:. water.City"-Chap Ex.-"See that: hill OYe r xhe jfimer: State Bank

there? Well, it's all bluff."

lurid a -- Cho! tn 1 rod erg Hill Billy-"See that cow oves Strong, Safe and Accommodating
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there? Well, it's all bull. -Ex. -

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Place: Denny-Field. A "rat" lay 31-76"dreaming of mother I! members of the society were 1171LS0N ?ANY

: Time: Football game last Saturday. and home, \I j fortunate in having Dr. C. L. Crow
t Characters: Co-ed and usual drink With a smile on his face serene; I.present at the last meeting. Dr. Crowis V V Quality I -

i buyer. He saw a vision of pleasantries j I real friend of the society and
(Curtain rises) fiown, a
(Business of walking all the way And bountiful days that had been I, his talks are always greatly enjoyed. FOREMOST SHOPPING CENTER"
down before the crowd for purpose of His theme on this occasion, "The All- "GAINESVILLE'S
'; showing off co-ed's new hat. Fish at Bat his musing was broken the Round Development of Good Citizensby
,; her side tries to laugh it off. They vision fled, the Colleges and Universities of Featuring
walk half way back for same purpose As there his
came to ears a particular interest -
the Country was
Teams lining up for That a Good Department Store ShouldBailey
and take seats. I shout; elec- Everything
in view of the impending
j kick-off I He shivered with fear, hair straight tions.
Co-ed-uOb, they're lining up for I on his head, selection
Mr. Robert Blake gave a
exercise, aren't they? We used to do For he heard the
dread cry "rats from Robt. W. Service and had the -
that in gym. Why don't they have out.
like did?" courage to spring some poetry of ...............
this in the gym we ". his own making. Fortunately this was ..............
Fish-"N they'reCoed"Oh You tell 'em,
: mustard plaster, you short. Blake first man, .
Mr. Sewell kicked it being a year
stick to The
your job. probably didn't realize the seriousness -
The thing.
over their heads. mean :
He could have handed it to them in. I of this crime against the Uni- Clothier
the things You tell em, lipstick, you make a versity, but the society has hopes for +
tf'ad of making poor
I clear impression. this budding young genius. : :
don't under-" Mr. H. N. S. Jones gave a selec- .
Jask-"Helen doesn't think of tion of mostly from the American
., d 'Listen at the silly shouting any- jokes t Sutis$3iSOto$75
... nuinicrs. He says them as fast thing but clothes. Legion. The majority of the fellows -
)r. Fj' ,jn<.-' in Math. Bfcss-""Yes, she's all wrapped up being service men, i i. e., membersof 1 I
...x.... he'b -" in them. the local "battalion of death" : Ready-to-wear

'- \Yhy: Mr. Stevenson acta these took well. s
.1 Stfll-''How long do you think A debate is scheduled for next Monday -
: '},UJ: Athat i rudeness.man down.And he I've seemed never womens dresses should be?" night The subject and the name ............. ..................

{- ,. <.' boy when I met him." Nungezer-''Oh, a little above two of the debaters may be found on the -- .A
1.. ,:.-.;.; -.."1.[,-,. was _nn1vA .n.,-" feet, I should think., I society bulletin board -

poor Cued boy.-run' Why if he don't wants they to? It's let non tha -T.- -..,_...:!!-""'"=. .-.ti ;.-.;-=-_;"",-. ..-_..,..."., :I:' .$$....,._""'" "._ ,.. r \ SPEEDJE'SPLACE

of their business if he wants "to run." i DICK REID I
: Fish-"They"re trying- Headquarters for
Co-ed-"Here comes Mr. Lenoir 6505 Modes of the Moment D
I sway over here by himself. He'.; ? Franklin Street Students
Tampa Florida University
.tol n 'the ball and is running awa ft I 4i
with it The coward. The ball certainly Hats--Clothing:-----Furnishings tt Ill Meet them there for Soft Drinks, Cigars, Tobaccos,

doesn't belong to" him." -Tr "' ..:r-- .:::....-" 1JJI i,; Candies, Stationery and Souvenir Cards
Fish -"He's justf"f'.tiuOh r ;; .... :: .. .
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.".. i I; It ; 1 hat serves Mr. Lenoir ex- fri ;
I actl\ ; i.ght for taking it away from
I' the :other boys. O-o-o-ooh, I do be .T "''' :::: ;;ai :, : ,!, .._ _-_ ,

_]' : Here I heard :Mr. Sessions say 'damn.' THE MEN'S 1 H ;
1 i : The ungentlemanly thing!" There's a Lot of Comfort in a Good Pipes

(Fish dies bravely with a helpless Ii
i We Have all Popu ar Styles at

4, If.j'," on smile and on on his aid face on and ad infinitum the co-ed). goe 4 W M. Johnson .- C lEn atEr, I | .50, .75, and 00

:; Crimson-White COME IN SEE OUR Smith

; HERE IT IS AT LAST. : FURNISHING J .. -- -Ti __ : 1 fr _.V'i
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The story that can't be beat. It Ri
University Students
I comes from Iowa. Seven years ago .;:- '"" ,, ..,.. EmployesIt
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!i; a farmer hung his vest on a fence .n ..----...-...,, ......-.. --'---- .. ...............-..' .. -....-- -- ,1., does'nt
T much
1 the barnyard. A calf chewed up a --- -- as as you think to
i pocket of the garment in which was + j insure yourself against accident or sickness.
I i'I a stardard gold watch. Last week i ''I Do it today with your spare money.
i the animal, a staid milch cow, was W. R. SOPER'SCash
.' butchered for beef and the timepiece Ask for Rates
was found in such a position between ''t, l 1 f The Pacific Mutal Life Insurance Co.
the lungs of the cow that the respiration 4 I -- and Carry GroceryGet -- Founded 1868D.
-the closing in and the filling of
I .: the lungs kept the stem-winder .".t. Acquianted With Your Neighbor 1 L. Bellamy
and the watch had lost but Box 233
,j woui up You Might like Him. //j;j1t05 t Gainesville, Fla.
,j f. t es in seven years. Ii -=-- .
Ea.tlMain Street south- Gainesville, III -----.s- ... ..:: '' J'r.:: ...
,... .. ...,. Florida; .. .. :; _'.._.....II. '.. .L. .1 -f
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+ Haig Hey, Young want hot ... ...... .
; a tip \--=' ---- -- --- 6-=-.J i2jM >-'- :.. t...-. .
on the fourth race. It's a surething. .& -"", 'Z&9SOZ.B '- '-'--. J!'- ; '

,t,j j Haig Bod Yes-Stove; what Lid.FRESHMAN is. it? rT.- -I You Can Lead: Cork' t: : :but 11

i .!tq. -LATIN. ELI WITT CIGAR CO. i iJ. You Cannot Make it Sink 1 II

Boyibus, Kissibus Sweet Girl
iorum. J. CIGARS I Don't let this suit value we are going tell

Girlibus likibus, wantif, some you about float
1 orum. I "That's My Business" tl on your imagination on ;>
j From Mississippi Collegian. Tampa, Florida sink in your mind until you find out that seeing
i is believing. Absent
I .. I Tampa Nugget/ Hav'a Tampa 9 treatment wont set you one
I I i of these all
{ Get The Habit I wool Kisc bacm flannel suits i n

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I ;> ... ---"H: j, trusted style at $25.
: Of dropping in atj'1 :;: A ::: "'. I
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MOLNAR'Sfor THE IIVE'SITYBasement BOOK STORE 4 EL.nctt The Clothier II

Language Hall
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H I PMs less: than you ((1. MacD. Thompson, Vice-Prea and Sec.)
I verything For The Students Eectrical
al ti expect SuppliesFixtures
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A. Winfield.
*and OtherHaircuts & Drugtigist'V. tiling in Groceries President-Herbert Ford. Louis Tatum. .

E or Goodness bake Drink Vice-pjresident-James F. Merrin.
<;Y'S DELIGHT COFFEE Secretary-treasurer G. Wells. SEMINOLE.: -'
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I BUDGET COMMITTEE Editor in Chief-J. V. Keen*. "
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Business Man.-W. E. Thompson.MASQUERADERS. : < c
I Prof. heed.

Dr. J. M. Learn*,, .... '
W. J. Bivins. i I %. -
I' t President Robert Swanson. .
R. L. Driggers >-? -
Geo. Hartman.; "- W. J. Bivins. 1 -

,sI Frank O. Spain. .... t...:
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I N /lfa(I.- Herbert Ford-!Chairman.SEXIOl .. : ,
. L l x l ,, All through ]last season Editor-in-Chief-Herbert Ford.t:
R1 .- yL at the Polo Grounds,New CLASS. Man. Editor-C. S. Hall.
, :' York, the Giant's home _j I Asst. Man. Editor-Truman Green.
.M! ficW, the "fans" in the i I'-
. % .- grandstand as well as the Herbert Fort. I j Bus. :\Igr.-H. M. Friedlander.
P f,4Il bleachers, bought more Wallace McKeji
P Fatimas than other
John D. Almonl.
, I / cigarette:

r it y 7 7r ( I JUNIOR The farmer and his fair young r
cousin from the city were going
> & Arthur Sollee ;president. around the farm together, and the
John Sherman,!'vice-president. farmer was rapidly falling beneaththe
I G. Milam, secretarytreasurer.Tony spell of the town maiden's eyes.
Regero, Honor Committee. You see, she knew the way to do it.
) "Now, that's a pretty scene," he
SOPHOMORE CLASS. said, pausing beside the fence of a
paddock in which a cow and a calf
President-J. A. Winfield. were rubbing noses together in bovine
In one way, at least, Vice-president-'Truman Green. love. "The sight of it makes me wait
Sec'y-trcas.. Mahannah., to do the same!"
"Well, go on," said the sweet you**
-. like
smoking just eating
\ FRESHMAN CLASS. know.-Ex.thing placidly. "It's your cow, yon /

THE more rich and delicious a certain food is, the _President-Kernel Hughes. -- -.- ,-
care people tale to avoid eating too much of it Vice-president-Edwin Bhengle. t
I f -for instance, plum pudding or "sweets." Sec.-treas.-H. N. S. Jones. R
, Similarly, many smokers avoid straight Turkish ciga-
- rettes because they arc too rich. 'lhcy contain tw mud ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION i
a But in turning to part Turkish.; or Turkish: Blend cigarettes President-Paul Baker.
IkI' men often find a disappointing: lack of taste, di:e tJ, Vice-president-George Hartman.
' tea little Turkish.So Secretary F. Merrin.
1'1ft' look for' Board: COMPANY .
( naturally men a cigarette containing just
! t'lIoughTurkish. And sooner or later,they"clisco\"er"fatima. Jack Goldsby.W. .
e,,, They find thatv hile Fatima contains las Turkish than J. Bivins.
do straight Turkish cigarettes, it contains more thin any George Stanley.
other Turkish Blend-in other words "just enough Turkish" R. P. Terry.
to give them that delicious Turkish taste without any Prof. E. C. Beck.Y. LAMP SHADESWhen

'J'Jto ,er-richness.:
Try smoking just enough Turkish." :M. C. A. CABINET you need? anything electrical -

LIGGETT & llY1'RSrrOr.ACCO'Co. drop in jind: see us.
President-J. F. Merrin. 512 East Main Street Telephone 122
Vice-president A. McKey.
: Secretary-W. G. Wells She-"111 marrf; you on one condition .
f Treasurer-W. W. Gunn. ." '

{ Committee Chairmen: Freshman-"Tr f at's all right; I en-
P. A. Biddle. tered W. & L. n six." The Ring
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+ + $ + & .* wry it ZIII r !
i + -- --- '-:: a err tcaT conoit on. It cannot' 'Ask your 'printer what legal paper

h +_ ALUMNI NEWS NOTE _.+ roperly serve the State unless prop- costs and how much it costs to get out_ NENRYGIODENS CLOTHING Ca !
; t :_rY'- equipped. The salary scale, al- such a paper as this.' Do we need I I t
; j fit'.+ + 5. + # ""%ys''low, has barely increased. The the money? 1.orj10 1:
.,1,,: ., nger Is faced of losing all of thej"t We are asking each former student tI
,. S. L. Lafttte, 13, recently resjg i ,< members of: the faculty and of this year; $5 for the Florida 1 So licits the business of College men, guarantee I
.. as chemist with Swift &: Co., at"Agri "A.ng; unable to replace them. ,' ttl1*' SoVcational Committee, $5 for the ;t ,, I
'j i .j cola, Fla., and moved to Bartx,:-- f' The Alumni Association, sensing? Alumni Association. If you have al- t correct styles, high grade quaity and workman ; ,I
J enter the abstract business?, Lafi\: \ 1 1'j .,e danger, started an agitation in feldy sent in a contribution to the ;-
: > married a French jfirl ':while. in thi. I 1919.* On "Home Coming Day" the Loyalty Fund," deduct from your ....
,: army. ,n. Association realized that this was a :heck the amount you have already
-, 1 A. G. Skaw, '14, who pitched bas-- matter affecting the whole State, and Set't. For example, the Orlando
t : ball while in school, is wth CertaT-T 1} at to do the job right outside help : Alumni, who have, given us $5 already, KNOX HATS, STETSON HAT< FPST
}; Theysen Milk Co., Jacksonville. :no Se had. The agricultural] intefsU sre_ now asked for $5. Those who
; G, M. Whetstone,' '05, is genera ; of the State were keenly alive to i Jiay '' sent $2 are now asked for $8. :
,t' superintendent of a' phosphate mi", the situation, 'as 'were also the rail __ This is nothing when you consider II'j HANAN SHOES,
.i,I 1 at Pierce, Fla. roads. All of these interested I partfe; vhat is at stake, ard the need of C
Paul W. Wood, '16, is a stock sale were invited to meet with the University -J alma mater. Alumni of other insti- ; ROGER PEET, KUPPEN HEI-M
; man for Horst & Co., Inc., Was ir IY Council and Board of Control t tutions, are being asked for hundreds ;(
I ton, D. C. He was in Jacksonville k t June 14, 1921, to help preare a bud-; and .thousands in gifts to raise many SOCIETY BRAND u
: cently. -- tet that would amply care for all 'dejaitments. : mijlion} dolars for endowments. We AND CLOTH]
s Marion G. Donk"98, :Is 'a cher:,v-' The alumni were I' are asking you for only $10 to enable !
t '. engineer with the Hercules En-'ir -nted by th ;r Budget repre-j' lad!}.Jtp present this matter to the legis- :
Bering: Corp., 105 Fifth avenue,. 'Ne" This meeting "nimouusly] indorsed |lucre. It is necessary that every
York City. His address 6.51 W he tentative ..get submitted to it< fan contribute. If the Florida Educational -1 Henry Giddens Clothing Co
189th street. He married Miss. V- tnd added otner badly needed: item Committee finds that only a
r. ,f ginia Lear in October,"19 18.J '..in organized the Florida Education; :f w of the alumnia] are interested its Tampa, Florida Bi:
t' .hn H. Bridge; :'02," i is' an en'iri-; ,9 Committee. The officers! areiI arder will be dampened. If the ee-
eer with the Ware a se'FLumber C )., I esident Wm. Traer, JcksonvilHj ( iies 9... of higher education (and unfortunately -
: the largest lumber "concern in th.* | (Editor Florida Farmer and Stock* there are a number), can Giddens. Building The
world. He is also owner "er a lar'!" nan ; vice president C. E. Stewart: ay that the alumni of the Universityare Clothing|
,} .. apple orchard in the famous-Tachm '.ampa (Manager: Florida Citru3f,; ,not supporting this movement, Franklin at Lafayette Phone;
;,1' Valley. He is married "and' has t\v :change); secretary A. A. Coultoi.| they will have their strongest point. be
of i children. His addfe.. ;.' Is; "T. t ) (Jacksonville, (Secretary of Iflpridfji! I I i tt 4 iu,' appeal is> made to every for- tp
: \ Wash. -: .., ", Development Board; treasurer H.JBU1! *. student and alumnus and Vf

Francis 5 S.; Hartlfield, class aft"J Simmons,( Jacksonville; Board ofiDifer :fijend: of the University of Florida. EVERYTHING ELECTRICAL
I.: I is Superintendent ;'df' Public Irfstr1 1' : "orj, H. H. Hume J. B. LngrahaJnp: E.r'one should be willing and glad] See Vidal Drug Corn PQ itC

I tin of Leon county. Marired 1t1l\ "'-I Johnson, Gilbert D. Leach*,Bur. 10 I: help. If you can, send a check or JOS. J. SEYKORAPhone For Drugs Stationary, Toilet
Apha Connell. Address, 'I'allahasJ. : it. :nAtte' Loomis. Jr.Alf.| R. Nielsen any :, cney order attached to the blank at Articles, Candies p
j *r" .* J?., K. Yonge. i close. If cannot remit I
Florida. J') K jjhc;.. you at.ue 107 Gainesville, Florida Souvenir Cards Waterua = a
;tf Everett Ton, class of '16, i is a C3- -i :ole. that our( Budget Committee let us know when you will. If Pili
tarn in the regular army, and -is--n-"'-- U "presented on< the board of direr :ou just simmply and actually can't -- P
stationed at Coblenz-CJermariT. .4 t .- "o ... by Pat John-on, '11. A. R. Niel. u"prd' $10 then send us $6; one dol- :, r j h
J !;:-- has been enjoying a |urlough,tourj' .* l|r>Af07, and P. K. Yonge, former I', ar for due; and $5; for the Florida J
,: France England and Scotland.; Chairman of the Board of Control, are Idacational: Committee. This is but t f Popular Goods at Popular Prices f
'. Dr. O. F. Burger 'if efurned' >* 1 o directors. Your officers aw i fraction, of what the University has h _AT_ r
.t 1 v mb.r 1st as head of the departmrf i 4',sely in touch with the Florida Edu .meant to you. You will never miss I ,
: plant pathology ia the Expenwev : tonal Committee and approveoff ,. f BURKHIMS t
: coin f..eir plans You have idea hoIjnnch w f
:, Station, vice H. E. Stevens; now no } ;CEMEMBEK: \
I I P, ty demonstration agent for Lee'can- thought and time this corarr sweetest words of human speech r.. .:;::_ ,;;:.. c
.- 'iI': I ty. f fee is generously giving for our a fdi? -\re not. "I love you," as some men t

: W' David L. White, 14, is U. '. fanl:'- fjnater.; preach. I .... -;: -- -- .7...-. ..,..-.-_ -...=. ----. 1
f engineer in charge of the-'revetme :Jt It is impossible to overstate th' brother sweeter: phrase, by Heck, 'J '-
t; plant between Vicksburg and Nache"Mies. "' )ftanet." of a successful outcom '0 us. is this: ENCLOSED FIND | DO BUSINESS WITH
I, In 1918 he married Miss Lyd d |fo rthis moverrent. The board has ai!, HECK.
Morgan, of Camden, Ark His addr z;I wayse been urged to present only] th THE FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK .
'2 is 211 Clifton avenue, Nachez Mis*. v'ot::: pressing needs of the institu- The other day a "rat" w ent into the
r-, H. A. Patillo, S. V'M.'C: :,'T2, lion jtt arid to keep its budget to th ollege Inn and ordered *"Pit a la I "The New :Million Dollar Bank". Resources over $2,000,000,,

.. ,I. man and senior officer ia the ,bata r 'o oinimum. These instructions haves ode;: with ice cream on it." -..-., .
: lion ."pn passed : J_ Q. 1
was unintentiomtllyomitted: from I on to the Univers h
,,' our list of graduates. He was: kills 1 ..' unp il l and as a result requests mad 1:11. ::II::u::11:11:: ::II::1I:1I:: :: ulr lr.,...PO...,PO'...-,I ,-,-,-,-,-,-,-,-,-,_._._--,-,-,--
.:: I! in a wrcek near Savannah.Report( 1 p the Legi i lature always have bee .1 1T11JLiIJl3lJ7J1.TiJ7.71117171.7111Ti311111 171 1Zr 1Z111113131 tZ t.Z1 tTZr 1 1 1 1 17t 1 1 171
:t.: ei by R. R. Bradley] ). low. A feeling of feopelessnesWd !
W. B. Henderson,,, '17,",is .in :Nev- helplessness] has prevailed, pal m
; Arlears with the Texas Oil Co'.,,s ,, cnlarly( among the faculty. Xo \ THE COLLEGE MAN'SHEADQUARTERS
Jas. Latin Pherigo,' S.: F. M. C.f; f>*.. :L *gely} through the agitation of th.Mmi

i. ., died December 3rd, 1913. an organized effort is beir I- ,
i .\ :.; Fritz Hatcher, 'Ur-niarciedi: Iist. made to give the University propesupport. .' y; -1."
i .!, 1' Ethel McClellan, of Gainesville, r,;. Should it fail the in. titu. .
i' ,., tober HI, 1920. At home, Sherm. ,'on 'goes backward. Our State j j'eaIt..y bfi
f Texas. ; our country is prosperous ::
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t \urelius Edwin Phillips '12, is ge.. rail::! this time there i is no tell n Porter:: ;
I "' el a i sales and export manage for.tl..(.. bow ]long lefore the san'e splendi! 1: :!
: : 'Velrh]: Grape Juice Coa: >fWe&JIiih.t: : p' portunity will present {itself an i : ,
i N. Y. He directs the' a'ler'ol foI JI'e; will' always] ; have to overcome th ..- t1
1 products and beverages for thi I@ni' n 1 Ipca fmism ,engendered: by tl is fail-- i / ,, 5i
throughout the world. 1W.f --ThE: task will not be ea; witri : g
; ; y ; iVrot of the (T. of Fla., men who run
_ti: A. C. Jackson '16, i is tow with th Legislature pledged to : Rank of WillistonT Williston Florid Bat the State is free--of.d2bt, it i ifich. i ,.4'- into Jacksonville never think of goin! 5 5S
The best for Each administration! ji'v.
way one to keep y back
::1 i ; : with his college i ii to subscribe to y.jcol'ege taxei back to ,the people! Falar! wi: to school without stopping at least!

:)!} i' ''r1i I paper. :"The Alligator" .j rap. that old .men of 'Florida hay i i long. enough to see what's new at Porter's -
: ; .1 published weekly by the students., T\\\ betn'quitters.: .
:, ;i !* ib.cription price is $1.50 aye*'. it will take money to-fin.nce th', window They generally take
J 1 :'J{ Drop a card to the business rrana _/ PJ OsiFo 1. The Florida. Education : _/ __:2 time to step in und take
4 i close lookMJiey
F 'I Committee has called .S / a -
and he will enter. your subset *v'rand upon the '
!3 I 1( bill you for the amount. ,.AlumniAssociatior for $5 for every know they v'j>a'i be urged to buy. '
:i:';;mer student of the 01919 Raos Hol "
It is with profound regret that j an C."P&II7. raIJ; "
: i 11 : record the death ofIrs.. Harry ... ity:4 th 'ro7smerged into the Univer* !Ii Knox Hats ., '' ..
: Thompson on October 16. bt r. The, will give that committee a tfif =i ::;Cross; .Hats : -I -\ '" .
j Thompson '10, is a member of th! .> start The balance they will rail i.j -
I I"j,,from other sources. But thealum-] _. : ; -
i. Budget Commitee. The burial took --
l t\:\ place at Pensa"ola. tu 1ittl ggitt;i are r jnnP the first of you line of assault. And eve Everything Men and Boys Wear ".-\..
are expected
t i' born October 8th ig'doing-nicely: to recpond }! "
in add.tion, .
your Budget Com- ": !:
BUDGET CAMPAIGN mmitte must publish broadcast ir.-
The University was established at to work tfectivviy the alumni mu-.. : ..
i Gainesville in 1902! It has alwaysbeen be informed as to what is going or :Ii "
': short of funds, but splendid --- 5
pro ] ink campy:: ; grass was made till 5 1914. Since the u their fellows tierce the oublica .
i it has been although Ute enrollment tiotttof "Alumni News Note is al'ne
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