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: December 3, 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
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System ID: UF00028291:00303
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Preceded by: Orange and blue
Succeeded by: Independent Florida alligator

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ELECTED ON The Honor Code, drawn up by thWoman's LETTER FROMSOUTHERLAND automobile is to be presented to FLAG RUSHYOtlMUST

League, was the chief top.. Ohio's leading collegiate football player -
DECEMBER 1 TH of discussion at the Student Council who will be chosen definitely this KNOW THEM .: '..
lan meeting Tuesday, November 16. The season by a board of four judges. For
honor system was discussed from various many years an all-Ohio eleven has

Stanley Will Be V< A ForOgh points of view, but Was flnallj Ifetractn a Few Statements to Which been picked at the end of each season, Big Interclass Event Will Be Pvllcd
Honors at Special S ssion voted down. The strongest oppositior Southern Players Too Exception and to be one of the eleven was the Off on December 11-Don't Fail
ft of Athletic Associatic i came from the Engineering and Medical Because of Lack of Proof greatest honor that could come to an to Know Governing Ruks -
Colleges. The code's failure t< Ohio conference star. But now the -

)()T AI.I. GAMES: pass Student Council means that i Regrets, However, Any 111 Feeling individual player who has been of Time 2.30 p. m., December 11, &0.
BETWEEN CLASSED will rot be voted on by the studen That May Have Come Up Thru greatest assistance to his school is Object-Freshmen to take the flag
I AT AN EARLY DATE body and facult ..University New*. Published Statements. not only to be crowned with glory, of the Sophomore class
but will be given a Templar four-paa Rule 1.-Eligibility-All Sophomores -

!Notice is hereby given that the TOURNAMENT FOR The following letter is written in senger car. are eligible. All Freshmen are
Jt1 tic Association of the U iversity .nswer to a letter from the Editor of --- -- -- eligible, except those that have par-

Florida will meet in specia' session 'ie Southern, a weekly published by VANQUISHERSOVER ticipated in previous Flag rushes at
tie gymnasium on Friday, Decem- STUDENTS SOONMajor "outhern College: the University of Florida.

r7, during the regular chapel hourthe Gainesville, Fla., Nov. 29, 1920. 'GATORSFlorida Rule 2.-All participants shall wear
* purpose of electing a football Mr. J. McLeod.:: soft shoes or none. Freshmen shall
Ward Has Arranged Big E\en! dinneron
hall after
remain in the mess
tracer for the football season of ditor, The Southern.
For Competition on University the day of the rush until toW to
1-:22.. Sutherland Fla.
Courts-:Must Sign Up Now Lost 21 to 0 in Game on President of the Jo&ior
leave by the
te'compIiance:' with the constitution Dear SirPlease :- Columbus- f
Thanksgiving Day at
I and then shall Immediately
Class report
.this association, the nam s of J. It is proposed to hold a singles ten- pardon my apparent neglectn Played Well-Fumbles Lost the -
PM Keen and Richard L. "Stanley, nuis tournament on the courts of the ; answering your letter of the 5th. I : to gym.
wjbeen approved by the athletic Owing to lack of time due to partic- Rule 3.-No slugging, kicking unnecessary -
University of Florida, beginning: On Turkey Day the Gators jour- unfair, tactics
oval l and will be submitte' to the "bout: December 4th. All students wh pation in football and other college: neyed to Columbus, Ga., where they i roughness, or be f
i S5 elation on the above nan \ date. are at all interested in tennis ar activities, I have been unable until battled the Oglethorpe Petrels. The ,i i. e., throwing pepper, etc., will |eri -
mitted. Either side resort to
Which' time the receivi he past few days, to investigate the may
man a ma-
urged to participate. Those who w lido final score was 21 to 0, Florida receiving -
vote will be declared football tatements published in the Florida strategy.
so re requested to sign on or the short end. Article I.-All forms of strategy will
for the season of 1' 21-22. Alligator of October 29th, to which
Friday, December 3rd. The Petrels made their first score have to be passed upon by the field
Signed: P. O. BAKER, If possible, arrangements will be you have called my atention. by recovering a fumble of a Floridaon judge before the rush.
1ger President made with the Minor Sport Commit- : Inasmuch as you have generously the 'Gators three yard line. After Article .-After Friday night 12
vee to furnish the necessary balls to ; preferred to believe that the statements I Florida had placed the oval an Ogle the 10th, all forms of strategypassed
p. m.
OF PROPOSE' A IEXD. to which you refer, were pub- ,
Conduct this tournament. If found thorpe's 15 yard line they attempteda on will be permitted.Rule .
TO THE BY-LAWS OF l l-'shed without my approval, I am
+impracticable to do this an entrance |i forward pass, which was intercepted. 4.-After 12 Fridaythe
p. m.
STUDENT BODY fee of not to exceed 25 cents will be frank to say that I first saw these Varnadoe, who ran 92 yards fora 10th, all Sophomores shall be required -
ASSOCIATION. collected from each player.It articles when they appeared in the touchdown. The third touchdownwas conspicuous distinguishing -
ITIE to wear some
is desired to have several tour- columns of the Alligator. It is not the result of a forward pass insigna, designated by
with the constitution I the editorial policy of this nor
r naments during the winter and springin across the line. their class, the same applies to the
t! Student Body Association, noIS order to arouse enthusiasm for ten- the policy of the University of Florida The 'Gators played a great game Freshmen, who shall wear their "rat"
hereby given that 01 Friday, nis. It is highly desirable that we I to belittle any educational institution and demonstrated their fighting ability Green ribbon. Aayone vio-
ber 19 be it l large or small, and I regret when caps, or
have additional courts as soon as pos- they held the Petrels score- lating this rule will be barred from
motion will be made amend sible and by turning out and using exceedingly that this unpleasantness less in the last quarter. This come the Rush and Tug of War.
ion V of the by-laws of this aspation limit will be has arisen ana if any injus- back noted the who
#!_ those courts to the we was by spectators, Rule 5.-The Flag shall be placed
to read as follows: furnished an excellent argument for tice has been done to your institution, gave cheer after cheer for the Flor- the usual tree between Buckman .'.
[(6))): The "Special Fund" ban beSajistered asking for more. 1 am willing to make amends as far ida team. on and Thomas Halls. The height shall

by the "Budj, :t Com- The tennis club of the U. of F. for as possible.As I On the line Big Bake and Tootie be 13 feet from the bottom of the :
jee," but no expenditures hall be the year 1920-21 was formde on Wed you are probably aware, these Perry played awonderful game, while Fag to the ground.
1"therefrom except the s r.e. shall nesday, November 17. Besides elect. articles Were. written in the heat of C. Anderson in the backfield did most Rule 6.-The time of rushes shall be "
lie been approved by a Majority ing officers, a program to promote and the moment and some statements Were I of Florida's gaining. as follows.

. .. of the members presei it any create interest in tennis was the made which should have requiredmore Varandoe and Knox were the out- First rush sail be 5 minutes.
r meeting of the as 3ceiation. main topic of the meeting. It was I investigation: before being plac- star din stars for the Petrels. Intermission 5 minutes.
this special fund fifteen per cent planned to have a tennis tounament ed in print and which were based on I The lineup:- The second rush sail last 3 minute
!Hjbe sent aside each year fir the in the near future, if possible before heresay.' Taking up the statementsin Florida- Tag of War
mating expenses of the "Budget the holidays, in order to send a teamto the same order, as in :your letter, I Swanson, left end. Time-To follow the Flag Rush.
naiittee," and from this fifteencent wish to retract the statement: "Han. left tackle.
compete in the State Championshipmeet Rule 1.-Each team shall consist often r
{ allotment the secretary andswnrer held in Jacksonville on Decem- non, an old West Virginia man and Norton, left guard. men.

of the Student Body Asso- ber 18. It is hoped to have lated a Marshall, formerly of Boston Uni- Wilsky, center. Rule 2. Football shoes may be
teon shall receive 30 cents per hour handicap tournament by which every- versity I am far from convincedthat Perry, right guard. used.
[all time devoted clet...... work the statement is untrue,
| to one who wishes to, can enter, on an espec- Hodges, right tackle. Rule 3.The contest shall last 45
Association it being under I ially in regard to Marshall, who, it end.
jthe ; equal basis to the best on the compus.It Hughes, right minutes.
[> 1 that no payment shall be made is said, claims to have made an ath- Carleton, quarter back.
is understood that in these tour- Article 1:-In case one team has ,
fihe secretary and trea irer fore letic record while playing with a Bos- left half.C. .
naments the minor sports committeewill not pulled across the line at the end F
-&pent in attending mE <:ngs. Itfarther furnish the necessary nets and ton institution. But, inasmuch as I Anderson, right half. of the specified time the winners shan
provided that thi "Budget tennis balls. All those wishing to am rot able to prove this statement, Robinson, fullback. be the class having the ribbon on their
asittee"< shall make nc expendi- have a chance in the first tennis tour- I gladly retract the same. Oglethorpe-- side of the said line.COOPERATION..
n from this fifteen per 'mt allotof nament are asked to turn in their The reference to Beasley as an All- Davir, left end.
the "Special Fund' ontil the names to Major Ward before Decem- Southern full-back in 1918 is erron- Simpson. left tackle.
1 shall have been approved by a ber 4th. The officers elected for the eous. The facts of the case are that Carlisle, left guard. .
a itr vote of the members press year 1920-21 areIr.. D. B. Knight, Beasley was captain-elect of the Van- Bartenfield, center.
any regular meeting of the as President; Mr. Duckworth, vice-pres., derbilt team in that year, though I :Moore: right guard.
-t on.N :Mr. Fleming, secy.-treas. am told that he never served in that Nichols, right tackle. We want to encourage every organ-
section now in effect: is: BLOXHAM WARD, capacity. As there was nothing in I Reeves, right end. ization on the campus which has for
} The "Special Fund" shall be :Member: Athletic Committee in Continued on page 8 Varandoes, quarterback. its purpose a bigger and better Uni-
pistered by the "Bu jet Com- Charge of Tennis. Stephens, left half. versity. If an organization is to live
no expenditur -. shall be + + + + + + f1l + Knox, right half. u we know that it must have meetings,
jlej therefrom except aft the same COSMOPOLITAN CLUB + Parr, fullback. but all meetings cannot be at the
have been approved ,j a mavote + NOTICE SENIORS. + Score by Periods same time. At chapel some time ago

of the members of the as- The club held its last meeting Sun- + + I Florida .__...__._______0 0 0 00 it was decided that Tuesday night was
'on. day afternoon, November 21. It was + Senior pictures must be turned + I Oglethorpe ....___....__,..7 7 7 0 71 the best time for the Bible study
decided to shorten the business partof + in by December 15th. The following + which the Young Men's Christian As-
THE BASKETBALL MEN the meeting in order to give full + men are collecting pictures + sociation is trying to keep alive in the '
ler the postage stamp my son, justice and proper treatment toward + : 4 NOT SO BAD FOR U. OF F. dorm atones, fraternity and boarding
Joften get a licking, the initiation of the new members.The + Law College-Alto Adams. + houses. If other meetings are called
still they make good on the job talks of Mr. Dupont on "Africa"and + Teachers College and Arts and + In the greatest football gage ever for the same time one of the two wi1
.use they keep on sticking. that of :Mr.: C. Rogers was post- + Sciences College-S. W. Cason + witnessed by people of this section suffer.
[fern this litle lesson son: poned until the next meeitng to be + Engineering College J. O. + Tulane defeated L. S. U. Thursdayby As the Student Body agreed to hare
every little licking, held on December 4th. Visitors are + Watkins. a score of 21 to 0. The result, Bible study on Tuesday night, \e ask
Set down tighter on the job, cordially invited to attend the pro- + Agricultural College-H. Brant-* however, does not represent the su- that other meetings be called after
win by steady sticking.-Ex.ork I frame + ley. + perior playing of the Olive and Blue 7:30 p. m., or put ofi another night.
Th new members who were initiat- + Take your pictures to these men + team. One touchdown was put over We don't believe we are aside? too
\ University, the 1 larg*:_: c werc11':: Edwards, Mr. Tool, :Mr.: AT T;:::: ..-. *'at --. -o-nt tfc r"--- .'. ,1 i ii .;ty in the United States has ;'Pont, Mr. Vilagers, Mr. Mire, Mr. .. i I ounting it for off sides by the Green-i tor into their Bible classes eVe -
rollment of 11237. Gild, ::\Marsicaus:: and Mr. Cohen. + + :; + + :: + + + backs.-Hullabaloo. j Tuesday night.I .

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1 I Heard at the Football Game. THE BUGAMISTA + + + # + # + # + '1 f 11 I

Margaret: "Look at the coward to June bug married an angleworm; + + \
r run away from all those fellows!" An accident cut his bride in two. + BY-LAWS OF TilE "U' + hosttel

; ; A High Voice (from the sidelines): .They charged the bug with bigamy; + BUDGET COMMITTEE + ; WILSO ? NY :
"Don't hurt my Frankie, now." Now what could the poor thing do? + + I 1 -Service opitr
'j I Liz Hull: "It is such a rough game -Reserve."WELL + + + + + + *
... --- 1. The Budget Commitee shall oftire
: that I should think that someons
would get hurt." 'f:' \ : Henry, in trouble again?" hold a regular monthly meeting on the t
I Louise: Why,,.-tehatLi I j ; bumps on that boyp Qo.s!' mah. lawyah- las' time? Don't need the college year, from October to
I r lofins Sandspur. : one dh time, 'cause ah's gwine to tell May, inclusive, except in December, FeaturingEverything daFt
I de truth.-St. Louis Republic. when on account of the Christmas vacation -

the December meeting shall be .,. i
And winsome smiles Me Department Store ShouldSPEEDIE'S ;;
not Good
I engage That
t As the old darkey said: "A chieken held on the first Tuesday after the a ..
I Nor cover Beauty's lack; J
de mos' usefullest animule dere holidays.The .
I am
i But still MY girl gets by a lots
t ; am. Yo' can eat him befoah he am President, vice president, and
She drives a Cadillac!
1 bohn an' aftah he am dead.Farmerand secretary-treasurer of the Student grsle
1-I ; -Utah Humbug. Breeder. Body shall meet with the Budget Com-
l I mittee and act as its officers, but .............. ................ leR
without vote.

., I :2.: All requisitions must be madeat I? I The a;

,. !x asL ; the regular meetings, and only in i vdliey !.
: very urgent cases will special meetings Clothier
y; of the Budget Committee be held. etLh

I BLANOHE CAFETERIA mI | ",. The Budget Committee will con- : T M P7*. FLORID1=t c
L .i i :er proper requisitions of the var-
organizations benefitting under Z Suits $37.50 to $75 ;
g $6.00 Ticket for $4.50
I tr Student Activities fund to the 1o'of;
! FAMOUS m :ii ount of bills presented for payin .
m COME TRY'OUR MEALS Ready-to.\vear
I J -nt, unless such bills exceed the .
a qi ota, or balance in case any pay-
I Call for Blanche
; !H ,m :nts have been made from the quota, :...............................
)f that organization.

5 4. Hequisitions must be made out ( ___1-"
in triplicate on the Budget Committee -
KffiWWraSffiffiKKSffiffira printed requisition slips, one '
I Ii .
............ opy to be kept by the Committee forts PLACE
i ...(><) ..() ii. ; records another
i. e ; duly signed by
< the: secretary-treasurer to be pre- 11 Headquarters for
: i Z AMERIEAN SHOE REPAIR COMPANY 1 sented to the auditor for payment;
he third for the records of the organ-
: i. AND SHINE PARLOR 1 zation making requisition. University Students

5, All organization having' business Meet them there for Soft Drinks, Cigars, Tobaccos,
with the Budget Committee are J
: Geo. Tampas and Louis Eliades Proprietor ': !nested to have their bills or inwes Candies, Stationery and Souvenir CardsThere's
H5 West Main Street X.orth-Phone 139. ; payable from the Student Ac-

I i I. Gainesville J. V. Illume Agent: Room 31 Buckman "' .ivities; fund, made payable: on the Z::: ::::: :: : .t

FloridaTHE "Tth of the month following. This

l I will enable them to present the monthly : .. ... ,. ..
;;:: :=: :: ; ;[I .::...- ok' -
I : ........... ... +. .. .. '.\, bills or invoices to the Budget Committee 'fPfti
I as a basis for the requisition.
--- i a Lot of Comfort in Good
------- a Pipe
,i --------- (0. All bills and vouchers, used as

t tht' basis for a requisitior. as providedin ; We Have all Popu ar Styles at

,, by-law Xo. 5, must be turned overo .50, .75, and 1.00
4i4 f
the secretary-treasurer: of the

. ; I I -' MEN'S STORE I II Budget at the regular Committee monthly, properly meeting receipted fol- 4 L. C. Smith

owing the honoring of the requisition 1,
I .
t t f
; W. M. JOHNSON + + Clearwater, Fla. It y the committee. ......- .... ... ,... ,
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I t tI' 7. These by-laws may be amended -= .c:1':; : :-<

I'' | When Back Home Boys Come in and See I II Ii J sv Committee.a three-fifths vote of the Budget ua'L: : Cork I .

i j f I Our Up-to-Date Stock of Gent's Furnish ngs j ji tI' 8.A quorum for the transaction of You to Water but
: Cannot Sink
1 ordinary business shall consist of i Maker
I' !h \\1 ( 'hr',e, provided that one faculty and

I 3 3t : a i t 'wc student members are present. Don't let this suit value we are going to tell
; 1' : : The College Inn $5 trade ticket, offered you about float on your imagination but let
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i I" : |'THOl\IPSON'S ELECTRICAL COMPANY { : touchdown annually for has the been longest awarded run fora to I sink in your mind until you find out that seeingis

:! ,, I! ti' Mr. Crom Anderson for his spectacular is believing. Absent treatment wont get you one
t 1 (J. MacD. Thompson, Vice-President r run of 95 ;yards in the Stetson
f I J and Secretary; of these all wool hiss ban
i t
n flannel
4 Electrical Supplies-Fixtures, Wholesale and Retail game. suits i n s

j'' t; a 102-1&4 West Lafayette Street Tampa, Florida f cither single or double lr: .s ed style at $25
In order to give the student body
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r : of marking the battalion at the Gen-
r f
k 1 eral Staff inspection the score card
which wa used! last year throughoutthe i Burnett The Clothier
United States is given herewith.
I// ,; ELI WITT CIGAR G0.f 't will be noted that of the total of t--

f I A, IOn per cent, 30 per cent is earned by -=. -x-._ __ ......,
Ii. !fh student body and the faculty reardless .
i of the performance of the ::::::. 2It .-,.- 4
J j f "That's M\I Business" battalion:
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''I : Tampa Fonda 4t
; : ._ Hebrews tt
t and the Like

f.I j.! I\\1t r Tampa: Nugget I lav'a Tampa dancing First:?""Ikey, don't you just love t THE UNIVERSITY BOOK STORE

: .t ;'f. .
t f Second: "Jazz."_Puppett.re .
I. 11; ---: "-:-: "",", E'1 n __d t. Basement Language HallJEWELRY

t : -: "'W._ . ', :i s -. !'!;2, ."..;,* 4J.'.' .L-_, ..... :.c...;.. .- -' --+ .. ......" 1..n"\rt !!1 k" XE"LIXE!..\"CE AccOPT"FNT; OF UNIVERSITY AND STATIONERY,
t smiles e:gx;,;e Y
,f ,j : ( \7 for my girl's home y-BUT (r MEMORY BOOKS. ETC.
H p .. Everything Fcr; the Student.
: in drive a hwIoHe) Paige! *
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.: : <' -Iowa Frivol. t
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ge' = ;:: !!'" -
I ,1tI'/ '->r Wat Do -
i ? ? // You Think 'f:: That?
Jane: : "I'm not so.crazy about '!'sr-Yr fi'tttitiYi! .
: fttfitft! !
He t!fififi! }itfitfitlitfii! !: !: !"'_ t;'; "-: .-'-;.
v any more. x
I. : -_The .Smile Follows the Spoon l-zzy "Why not?" !x '
I 'an ': ":Be.aii-e he knows so many REID |
. ., .. i 'cL grhtj songs" !a!i
' . :Modes of the Moment ij5o5
! t t. ... ., L-2 ie- "Dees he SITR them. to
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: -- -- Jane -No,
: : he.jutt whistles the Hats-Clothing-Furnishings L'"
tunes J*:"Ex. !RZi! Y; !fi! iJ iJI iJI !fi! Y;! i
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I !,EX.SERVICE MEN TAKE COURSES Score Card for Institution Used by General Staff In Inspecting to Determine
anost valued addition to the li- I have walked in summer meadows, BY MAIL. Honor Schools and Distinguished Colleges: [
',{telY has been a set of four r Where the sunbeams flashed and I cannot Ex-Service men who for any reason
ton "The Life of John Mar- broke go to school may enroll with In order to give the student body a

jited by Albert J. Beveridge, But I never saw the cattle nor the the General Extension Division of clear and definite idea of the methodof
of Indiana. The sheep nor horses smoke. University of Florida, which is marking the battalion at the General
I have watched the birds with offering Correspondence Study Schol- Staff inspection, the score card i
others that have newly ,
the When the world with dew is wet arships to ex-service men. So far ex. which was used last year throughout .
[are: But I never saw a Robin pulling I service men have enrolled from nineteen the United States is given herewith.It .
once to Shakespeare'surness. At a cigarette.I I counties in the State and are will be noted that of the total of

have fished in many a river well pleased with the work. Write 100 per cent, 30 per cent is earned by
Victorian Litera- When the sucker for information concerning: courses the student body and the faculty re-
in Early crop was ripe,
offered. crardless of the performance of the
But I j
&derick Harrison. never saw a catfish
Pulling at a briar pipe.Ian's battalion:
ors i Encyclopedia of Live Stock the only creature that
l Smith. How Institution :. ..._ .. ... ._........ ..
and Like Parades a blooming this vale traction of tears since Long last :treated Has It Been I I Location;: ....:::::::::::::::.:: ::::.::: ::::::::......::::::..:.?.:::::....-. =,.: ":

I pies and Practices of Poultry Puffing smoke engine you yourself Date of Inspection _...__...__.u...............__....__.....-.--.-.. ___. ....-
Robinson. If dame Nature nose and ears. to a Juicy Porterhousewith f Professor of Military Science and Tactics........_. _..._.._.......,.,?.-............._ .

When she had intended French Fried Potatoes, Applicant ....._. .... ........_ ............_...................._...fc_.._...._.___.._._.. .
and Feeding-Henry and first invented man
That he'd smoke she done up as you like it? Perfect Allowed
built him have This is our Special University 1. Training and Instrurlfon facili"ties-l0

ifeighborhood Smith. On Combination with Facilities for outdoor drill and field exercises ._....._......?. 2
a widely different plan.She'd a Sqecial
Facilities for indoor dr 11 such as drill, hall, riding hall, etc 2 -
Power Transmission-Still. a fixed him with a stovepipe Price to Students.MOLNAR'S Facilities for care of arms and equipment ...............?........... 2 "
I And a damper and a grate, Facilities for indoor and outdoor instruction in rifle
ve also been placed to the And he'd had smoke
|of students new books for J!I That was strictly a consumer markmanship such as gallery range, rifle range, etc.__... 2
uptodate.WalterBussWhite Facilities for practical indoor instruction such as sand
1 school reserved shelves. DINING BOOMJ.S.BODIFORD
& Blue. tables, relief maps, etc ...................._....._......._..._......._.._.._... 2 i
-------_..------ Office, recitation and _. .
- assembly room facilities __ ._ .__ 1
II. Support by Institution-15 i',.

6 Compulsory; training ((1.2 for each year ....._.........._.._. 2

WantedTo Enforcement of discipline ............_....___........._.._...?_....._ _._ 4 --- '-
I Active and energetic support of professor of military "

exchange a faithful comb for a bottle science and tactics by faculty .....___._____..._..._...._.___...._..__.___ 5 -= .
& COMPANYDRUGGISTS Active co-operation of other departments in instruction.__. 2 -

hair tonic Clerical assistance u_. _. ._..u......................................................... 1 ---
If R. M. McCaskill Assistance in handling property _.. ._....._._.____....___..__._ 1 -- '-
-- III. Support by student-13
Per cent of total eligible students in institution enrolled

.. -. ... J. W. McCOLLUM & CO. in R. O. T. C. reduced to maximum value of ........._........... 10 -

DRUGGISTSThe Support of advance courses (percent of eligibles) __..h.._... 3 --
Rexall Store Supports of Camps (per cent of eligibles except seniors).._ 2
Agents for IV. Efficiency of Conduct of Theoretical Instruction
SPORTING GOODS I Liggetts and Norris' Candies Fundamental military instruction courses for all arms.... 15 -

Gainesville Florida Advance instruction for _. 15
courses (special) arm or copul. -- 1-
Ball BaseBall Lawn Tennis t V. Efficiency of Practical Instruction-30

FLORIDA BARBER SHOP Appearance and discipline (neatness, etc.) ........__............___ 5
Hardware of all t
Close order drill or formal mounted drill, ceremonies,
For Students and Others
(entire R. O. T. C.), etc .u..2%

THE THOMAS COMPANYPhone I Shaves 20c. Haircuts 35c. Extended order drill, nomenclature, execution, etc...........2%

West Side Square Gainesville Physical training ._...._ ...___.____..........._ .__...._._.......-......._...._..... 5
22 Field exercises, tactical walk, minor tactics, particular
attention being paid to leadership, and of arms, and knowl-

edge of the direction: ?nd control _...........___............_.______..... 15 --i--<

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i-----------------l irai SUPPLY I lowing Monday, December 13th, at
liNTER-CLASS 3 p. m. The final game between the

UTO SUPPLIES AND ACCESSORIES winners of the first two contests will
I be played Wednesday, December 15th,
at 3 p. m. This will be the final gameto

GOODYEAR and AJAX t FOOTBAll TO II decide the class champions. It is
hoped as much interest will be dis-
t played in these games as was in the
ter-Collegte games with, the tijs-
LAMP SHADESWhen BEGIN SOON agreeable features eliminated.It .

Gainesville Auto Supply Company t is hoped in another year to have
you need anything electrical a suitable trophy or cup for each of
t tI drop in and see us. A committee composed of the pres- these series, which will go to the
idents of each of the four classes h winner of the series.
I 512 East Main Street Telephone 122!
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............................ rule and arranged a schedule for the I' STATE GIVES COMMERCIAL
which will
Inter-class Football series WORK BY MAIL.
be played beginning next Thursday,
Crosset Shoes De<*"irber 9th. New Courses in Business Offered by
GREENLEAF & CROSBY COMPANY"Noted I II l The only rule made was that Var- t'e' General Extension Division.
:}t" ":-" men would be barred.
for Quality"wnds <> Anyon else is eligible to play re Citizens who desire practical instruction
< I Priced on the lowest markeat gardless. In other words all F. A. A. in commercial subjects will

Fine Jewelry China, Cut Glass and Silverware men can play and any one who was probably find courses that suit their
i out for squad or not. needs in the following list of sub-

[g4) West Bay Street Jacksonville, Fla. Z The United Shoe The first game which will be played jects now offered by correspondence
Thursday, December 9th, at 3 p. m., through the General Extension Division -
Selection Packages Sent on Request will be between the Seniors and the of the University of Florida.
Class Pine, Rings, Medals, Trophies. : Store Freshmen. The next game which Address all communications to Gen-

'will be betweer, the Juniors an-1 eral Extension Division of Florida,
........... _._ ophomores will be played the fol Gainesville, Fla.
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Herbert G. Ford ----
':.f C Stsart Hat!. 7: ___ Yansging Editor: BUYWHERE I | After a Careful Analysis
Assistant MaDaCbg Editor II
.f' Tr=can Green
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.il F. O. Spain, Jr...__.___...Sporting E iters A. N. Solle :&r; V.'-e are assured in by the the World largest : our* *
:6 Make.-s gal
::1; ROY B. Hoskins Murray Cohen, Har-old Ki>ct, Reporters I :n Cloths Prices are in line and even er. than
f '1 Richard Eight Society Ed:0f :fi prices for months-"yes" some time to cozne.
J:, :fi Our .-r-Your profit.
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Herbert M. Fr'editnier' __ B soets )(au.gu I Hart Schaffner

M&sriee Steia. ____._____ --s: 't: BtiiaH-s )iar.ae'CRANzC : Priced Now
Tour Money :
L DEPARTMENT $35.00 to $58.50fi
._ Forma II
M. B. Eight I :
B. O. Smith Compo it
Mosts s
< T.Moore ____. __ PressmanEr3..ered Buys These are All Wool-Hand Tailored and Cover
.J; 0 3 I Even suit-Former Prices $50 to $i:)
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!: as secoai class roatter. September !5., 1912. a t; the post- f :

t" ef5rt at Gainesville Flau, UDder tie Act wf lam 3d, 1579. ::
;. Place aH eomstaicatxffis and new s items in boxes d s3gB&td for that f

J'i purpose in Peabody sad Laag..ageHafs. __ I LI Wolf Brothers

coffer, t tI, :
1:: ltau-Th. Florida; Alligator, $1 50 the T *r. I :
':,, You j I : TAMPA FLA.

f The rat: i ::i
1/ is to be regretted that the Stwiei Body of the University: has 9IH'ft'! iI I !:.r1

.. fit to nee COT !crn to !:eidon for dsix**. Last year several del ptfu1 dances .SfSiHHSSHSBfiKBBfiSffiffiffiffifHEffiffi
:. were held in the gyps ard the Student: Body at lane:: experienced sell P* verr Lid ftIues S
enjoyable. eveniup Also daring the Saeser School dances were freqfaentl/ L
heW and largely attended. But $o frr the pear BO attempt bas been math To be bud
to enoourape the cootirsat'oB of these ijffairs winch IB all cases bare peered' L

to be extremely deEhtfu to both st adepts aDd faculty alike. On December T.a...,.....3. \. Hotel Hillsboro"TOP
k llth, the University of Flo,.'da is to Ne the boa to a met ting of the S. I. A.
: i; A., and practically every Soodtetti jcatacasaJ instrtotioc: : of note will be red' Ton ogreno
I i.> I nese!ted on ocr csmpc There conli be no more fitting occasion than thfe I II O'THETOWN"
I date for the Gators to esead a ....na.de..r. to the representatives' : ef.

'. ,> f the other Soothers collejres by bokbrs a dance in the gynaua-iom that even Largest All Year Round Hotel-
i ic?. It is certain that the band will ?iady co-operate in this meet In State
.: sad BO better music could po=sddy be 01WttIt a comparative! i 'YOUl'
: 'j" eipesditnre a lively peppy dance could: be held which wooid caaw wvisitftrs '
1 ;t'j to always rcaaciafcuthe oocasioE with: the best of feeling towaanij Toed Tiirpa Florida

1 J '0 1.. the Babe Uarrersky of the, Soap" ao >3S Oi .
I I 0 ; SPORTSMANSHIP.Tbe : Your Irooty'W'
'! game beTmvea xh-_Lawyersof and'A.gio. f----y aitesraeoa was as ado

_' the BMt strr.giy cox tested and aore y few sssha1gless tad a. nt.a--. ; The Phifer State Bank
icjr Field in s&ny & day. The spirit exh&itcd by the two trams at thbegirrTiiac Here:
1 ... of the {raaae wa: adnirable. but it was soon ulmcued' that aoav I
,', few (the players were taking advanta of die spirit of pod natared rivalry -- Strong, Safe and AccommodatingFoot
j. :. existing and were "wirjr the aee+d\for a feeling which nug t bav
: at any aecacnt developed into a "free-for-aJJ.? It is not aeeesary to herr '
i recall any specific nstanoes of asap|wts iaxilke coedort. bat yvejtator >
j on the field was con-inecd that these few men were thinking more of
I .: p-ttini:sase ?e&d ptiiYZ of thr opJIOiteam oat of the gas than piayi :, W'HSGKOOL.EY
; ;' the fraae of football as it shomld be played. Football is not a weaklirp""
f.1 ;
f; ;. caaae, sad anyone p&rticipsta; r m the sport is weB aware that soote bar:; Ball
rf" ; ksocks will be egg his way. DB whet a contest derma iso a paciescocnter Shoes, Uniforms and Supplies,
I"f, Jis.k it ceases *o be foothaB and as such caomot be toy strongfcHw
s ; I T' j 1 ca emmed. mter-colleee matches are now over and the t s ef the Campss re ts with the A s. But Dt<<- :ass games will soon foBov
f j &X it is hoped that no =ark unsportsmanlike roc:dents will inse daring die Gloves, Mitts, Shoes and Supplies,
I 1 ssgiag of these gym ..:;
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Rackets Balls and Supplies
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1. JOHNSON'S PHARMACY ;j ji I BicyclesRepairing
i .,E I Drn Ss Medkines, Statianery. Toilet and Rubber Goods
i\t'\' t We GsfcT&E tee_Peraoiia Attestir.r t* Primer ptior*- I II t and Supplies.

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Sarah Samon
dir Samuel saw sweet '-

I swimming. Suddenly she seemed
GEORGIA TECH sinking. Sir Samuel stood stunned. C.

Striding seawards, spurning shingle,

FROM SCHEDULE Sir wards.Samuel_Sir Samuel swiftly skillfully swam supporting Sarah-- u What Is Air?

swooning Sarah. Swimming shore-

(IS THIRD SCHOOL TO BREAK wards, Sir Samuel successfully succored -j
WITH TECH THIS YEAR Sarah. Seeming somewhat y
shaky, Sir Samuel sampled some spirits -'
break between Centre College Scotch. !!
I The special Fr 189 every chemist thought he knew what air is.MA
Georgia Tech. which has beer. Sarah Sir Samuel's self-sarci- -
5 and saw "
d' r" t P BEFORE mixture of moisture, nitrogen and oxygen, with
S since the Tech-Centre Sir Samuel Sarah's Iweetness. |
pending game 'icing spirit. saw "
ii of hydrogen and carbon dioxide, he would explain.
in Atlanta, has come, and Dr. FrankL. -; Sir Samuel soon sought i!
There much and in hesimply
I was so oxygen nitrogen a given sample that
Rainey of the Centre Faculty Athletic Sarah. Striding slowly Sarah sighed I q r' determined the amount of oxygen present and assumed'the f fI
I Committee, has announced a oftly. Sir Samuel seemed speech- J I rest to be nitrogen.
I severance of relations with the Georgia less. II
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1 I College. "Say'something, Sir Samuel," said One great English chemist, Lord Rayleigh, found that the njtro-\
Relations were strained almost to arah. I l -- Lc.n; obtained from the air was never so ptre as that obtained from
. the breaking point immediately after "Say, 'Sam,* Sarah," said Sir amuel I some compound like amrr.ona.Vhat' was the "impurity"? In

the game, when it was alleged by Sarah smiling shyly, softly said, co-operation with another prominent chemist. Sir William Ramsay,
I Bruce Dudley, sporting editor of the 'Sam." 'I it was discovered in an entirely new gas-"argon." Later came the

Louisville Herald, that unfair, brutal "Sarah-Sally," stammered Sir discovery of other rare gases in the atmosphere. The air we breathe- .
tactics! were used by the Georgia: Samuel. "Sweet Sarah," Sarah contains about a dozen gases and gaseous compounds.

Tech players in the contest and that emnly surrendered. SOl-I'
This study of the air is an example of research in pure science. i
I ungentlemanly, unsportsmanlike actswere
and had end in the dis-
Rayleigh Ramsay no practical view-merely
committed by the spectators,
I( who drowned out Centre's signals: FARR LITT. SOCIETY r| covery of new facts.A .

with their noise. Members of the Farr Literary society !
few years ago the Research Laboratories of the General Electric
These allegations were substantiated enjoyed an 'instructive'hour of i| Company began to study the destruction of filaments in exhausted
by statements by the entire players .pr-liamentary" drill last :Monday even- i| lamps in order to ascertain: hew this happened. It was a purely
the.gist of whose opinion was that In":. J I I scientific undertaking. It u&s found that the filament evaporated
Tech's team used unsportsmanlig' Mr. Harold Klock started a riot by i I -boiled away, like so much uater.
tactics. moving that Mess Hall be remodelled''IiT.
There had been some talk of sched ,to a cabaret. Numerous sug- Pressure will check boiling or evaporation. If the pressure within
uling a game next year, it ha1": gestive amendments were offered and' a boiler is very high, it will take more heat than ordinarily to boil the

been the idea of the Athletic Con,. passed on. A motion was passed that water. Would a gas ender pressure prevent filaments from bailing!
mittee to ignore the strained relations meals be served at all hours of the day : away? If so, what gas? It rr.Lst be a gas that will not combine.
and "let by-gones be by-gones. \nd a midnight lunch be installed. It' chemically with the fl.ament.: The filament would burn in oxygen;'

However, on November 7, Dr. J. B I vas moved and carried to install hydrogen would conduct the heat away too rapidly. Nitrogen ia a.
Crenshaw, faculty chairman of athletics -I horus girls at this midnight lunch. i useful gas in this case. It docs form a few compounds, l owcvet..
; Better still is ar on. It forms no compounds at all.
at Tech. wired to confirm th. To this an amendment was offered in
statements credited to Centre player egard to the color of the girls, their'1'
Thus the modern, efficient, gas-filled lamp appeared, and so argon
about the Tech. contest.Dr. ttt re and Mr. Hoskins with Mr. Lin-
which seemed the most useless gas ia the world, found a practicalapplication. .
Rainey wired reply that no official lelie as assistant as official inspee- : .
cognizance had been taken of ors of the chorus girls in order to {i

these reports, and followed the tele prevent any infraction of rules. Discover new facts, and their practical application will take; care
l gram with a letter in which he said In order to insure the society that : of itself.

"I think that it is not expedient for :hess selections of inspectors had been
us to make definite plans for a game wise, Mr. M. Stein moved that the I And the discovery of new facts is the primary purpose of the
Research Laboratories of the General Electric
between in debate Company.
_ our institutions next year, AVO candidates meet joint
ar.d added: "If circumstances aris tad present their previous experiences
Sometimes years must elapse; before the practical application of a
which would interfere with the main with chorus girls in order to assure
becomes in the of sometimes
discovery apparent as case argon; a
tenance of friendly relations, it i heir qualifications. The motion was .
practical application folio! :!s front the mere answering of a "theoret
better to drop athletic relationship.' arried. ical" in the of But
question, as case a gas-filled lamp. no substantial
In reply to this letter Dr. Crenshaw The ensuing debate established be-
progress can be made unless research is conducted for the purpose pf
wired that the athletic committee at yond all doubt that previous experience discovering new facts.
Tech would not schedule a game for had amply prepared Hoskins for
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next year. the position. A number of interested

Vanderbilt University severed relations hearers were forced to rise to a pointf
with Georgia Tech following he' infornation in order to have am-

game with that school October 16, and. liguous and questionable statements Ge1l1 ;1rall.Electri e
the Universty of Pittsburg also drop I orrected.

ped Tech from her place on the sched- Florida would never need for a General Office C1fltip any Schenectady, N.T.
ule following the game on October shortage of students if the proposalsof
23. Tech had long occupied! a placeon the Farr Litt. had been put into

Pitt's football card.-Hullabaloo. practice.A .
live program has been posted for

STUDENTS. HAVE NOT next Friday. -- .- #

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PHYSICAL EXAMS: YET t J For Good Eats and Eirst Class Service come to the ,J.<

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not There completed are a few the students physical who examination have- !t A. C. L. LUNCH ROOM t :c

condcted by the department of I '
One Door North fa :
hygiene. There are so few that theseare A. C. L. Depot.

being attended to by Dr. DePassin -- teatk
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applied hygiene that involves the individual While In Jacksonville .
Place Eatf
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student has not been hin I !
dered. Dr. Sweet, Dr. DePass and TO f % :
Dr. Manchester are meeting the men
in conferences by pre-arrange :1"- ". 1 tiirfit
pointment. The object of he.e appointments I J : ": :;:' :::::: .. .4. =::: .... r f III ,. : :
is to acquaint the -tuden
with the information obtained from % The A'achua' Restaurant and Lunch Room
his physical examination. In many Cho! tn 1& rot en; sk

instances physical defects have been i ;. + FOR LADIES AND GENTLENJENr ...
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Further examination and study is IE !:'- o r: : Hl"\'fPrDIDEPAR'1tPVTS:::: := -._- ...- .....q;, --- --- ;:;" :--- \ Half a Block from Atlantic Coast Line Depot .

possible and advice to the student can ce 507 Ga MBvill .Florid.

be given at this time. Methods of \es Tested f!lapses Fitted ... .. ...
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correcting defects of a minor nature
may be talked over and the student --. ;.::t ";t. ::: :. .. .
may also raise questions of his own We Do Our Own r Lens Grinding- 'fIi

condition at this time.
It is found that every student No Delay Ii .

realizes that he may be able to oTset IS THE OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHER.
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some permanent disability by the use M'RABLE FOR THE UNIVERSITY OPPbOKIDA.
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of preventative methods. It is tie C. H. Colee j If
aim to locate these defects and correct

them that the physical examinaions ,
Je\yelersand a'cilurid' It. ..
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General Through Extension correspondence Divkidh at study*Gainesville the1 IA AGG1ES WIN\ : TOOTlE PERRY i tC 31 m 1C

is reaching people beyond school I TARR FURNITURE CO., Inc. j.
-; I age who feel the need of more education 1

;. and young people who have not i\i CHANPIONSHlPiI CHOSENAPTAIN" !!i Tampa, ,
had the chance to get an education j I U? 31g
i This is clearly shown by the fact I ; Sales Agents form |
J that the students enrolled I I At of tfea football team
age of One of the fought game a meeting j
i"i"I I ranges from 15 to 63 and the average j of the season was staged on Fteniin. I' Tuesday afternoon Carl (Tootle) : j I Berkey and Gay Furniture, Globe tf ernicke Sectional Book-

I I age is 23. | Field Monday afternoon when the Ag II Perry was elected to head the 'Ga- c;j Pathe Phonopragph, Napanee KitS -
foot of 19S1. has starred for"j 8J Cases, Aeolian,
; That the people ef Florida appreciate eies captured the inter-collegiate tors Perry
J ,.. 'I l the Correspondence-study Bu- baD championship from the Lawyer the last three year: and knows foot- !' ] chen Cabinets Belding Hall Refrigerators- Aerolux Porch
reau and want the work is shown by by a score of .-6. A large crowd wit { ball from the kickoff to the touch- !!
i II the very large enrollment and the rate naiad the game atd: tHy were show i down. He always shows the old 'Ga- ;;1 Shades Premo-Eclipse Gas Ranges. Domestic"Restwell'Science Fire- I
j at which the work is growing. During plenty of action from the time Coat tor fight and as yet has not found : less Cooks toves, Robinson Rodger Bedding.

'.: l !I t t ts the first month 35 registrations Kline blew his whistle until the let any one man who could stand up to :< Furniture, Floor Draperies, China and !
) 1 were recorded-ten months later, during play was made. him. Starting oat at center, he has ;< n Office Corering5
i i September 1920, 235 registrations:c The Lawyers kicked off to tile Ag |' played guari and tackle with the Glassware, Window Shades, Awning
''i I were handled. Among those enroll ;ieS and they returned ten yards ashen same etfectiv oes.s. I
I s are clerks farmers, teachers, ex-serv I : carried the ball for first downright Tootie's ability i is not only recog- i, I
ice men. business; mer., home maker. through the line. In attempt nixed at Florid, but all over the !I ..
;, r f. lawyers, civil officials club women at fi i ire for eeond down they lot the bal ?1, South for be was mentioned for the (
I k..1 ; 'ther!. } on a amble. The Lawyers were belt mythical All-Soctbem team last year WSHSHH2ffifflI
; ... for downs and it the Ag baL i tad is receiving the credit this
.::- :: :: was rs s same i je .. .. .
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acaiB. Ibis time McKillop intercept- on. :;:: :;: r. 4i:
I d' MIMEOGRAPHING' i ed a forward pass for the Lawyers With Perry as Captain and nearly :
I ,t : and ran a few yards for a touchdown ill of the present team back next year i
r.PRmIPT' ACCURATE Spain failed to kick goal. I --not to mention Coach Kfi .e the f I Colson Land Oompany

," SERVICEMathematics Tbe Lawyers again kicked of au 'niversity of Florida should make a.
,,s: i. the Ajrjnes returned s reval yards ame in Southern athletic i jt Improved Farms ,f all sizes
i and The Sciencesour i They lost the ball on dowrs. T>! Letters w.re awarded to 15 men All sorts of City Property
Specialty 1 Lawyers could not penetrate the At f-d Manager's! *F" to Manager June I p At right prices and reasonable terms
!! :: Let us hid on your work j jI defence and after four tries the bal V' Gunr.: who has been very dent if BuS rs should consult then before making a
: went over. This time the Ag tear ?:U year in handling the team. i choice of property
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Edwards Bros showed rood fight and they came As a reward for other members of i
I ; :be ball on line bocks for a touch je squad who did not play in quite I I Office opposite A. C. L, Depot'f Phone No.41GAINESVILLE I Ip

;1.' ; Ann Arbor Mich. I iown. Watoon J lacked goat aottirn games to receive an "F," the
It was a close fight from then on. .thk tk Board win at its next tneetIT ;;. 1. 4 .- '"1I
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_either side" sew able to make any : decide and will pass: on those who
\\.1(, ; I Students Headquartersin I Ii ::-ab' tsntial gsins. In the second half* -ill receive the F. A. A., the next '
the Aeries seemed to receive" new | Tgbest honor that can be given. ;
; I '- ': hose rscerring- this honor also
i pepfor they made several loci may I
I": .i t tI JacksonvilleHOTEL I ciaor; -- justly proud FURNITURE CO. I It
f, The men receiving Fs" were:
i -'Simmons: of the Aggs made th "
J 'i ?. O. Baker Captain; P... X. Swan-
ii: SEMINOLE 'I I star play of die when he intercepted
f game n. E. "Meiscfe.: O. H. Norton T. ; -
i !t a forward pass and ran 30 Otto, Chas. Wilsky, Tootle Perry. i rI'

;i'i I Chas. G. DaMgr.. I yard However, the Lawyers kept raptein elect); J. H. Vawkrgrift. f D. R. COX, Proprietor.
'! op a stiff sight and they were not ableto H. Hodges, B. G. Anderson, C. A : Phone 8dtfniaaffifiagaiffifi
'H! + + + + + + + + + + i aderso*.. Host Carleton Jim JIer1 1 I'
,,' score again. I .a, R. H. Driggers H. G. Ford who
Just Arrived
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: The Correspondence Study Depart i
x 1 College Students mart of the General Extension Dv: !! I | THE NEW YORK RACKET 1 1fi

. :con wants to enroll Put as man I jI ipeople ., .
j f .i :I Brown. Blue or Gray Worsted I in your county as possibl I, j : : g Agent ForFlorsheim %

I right away. and we are glad to an < !2 g Shoes. |
Regular $65 vlaue
I noence that scholarship are avaflabl I.x CjffifKS2ffln
i! for yoar people who wish to enroll in I.i i
: for $40Stepinand ffif2fDon't
; I I Agricultural Reading Courses, Teachers -
; Review Courses. High School --
take subjects, Civil Service
'. .J ; Courses and r
I Ir a look at it 1 1I special coarse in Newspaper Writing
I .t I Pleas help us get this iafor I
( NickDamato"The ; I
f oration to your people since this present i
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HRISTMAS CHEER BLOXIE'S ARMY. As snow melts away in the sun; I like my girl in all her whims I She is fond of Shaw and Ibsen, for

-be troubled, "M76"It And a cheerjer, happier. bunch than I Without the ifs or buts, they make her think, she thinks,
tour heart is known e's they, My heart is captured by the way She has quite outgrown the Bible, but
our smile not as Army. Can never be found when it's done. She drives her speedy Stutz.My believes in missing links.
will be doubled, That fearless
reward fighting band
nr ; Scott and Dickens, Keats and Shelley,
joy and Christmas cheer. The devilish, rolicking sons-of-guns, But for this there's a reason, dear girl has the looks; fill her with a gloom profound,
Who war for their country's land. reader, In every way she's keen. But she loves F. Scott Fitzgerald and
forth pleas-
r eyes beam That is as plain to you as to me, But the thing that takes the cakeIs she's strong for Ezra Pound.
Their leaders are bold and dashing, For death is indeed a small matter, a Hudson limousine.
Jar heart beat warm and true; And take the front in every fray; Beside life in the R. O. T. C. -Tulane Hullabaloo."I She conducts a conversation in a suave
stinted measure, Cheering, inspiring to battle
you, in and charming tone,
s the joy that is your due. To carnage leading the way. My girl has thrown me down; DO HUT JEST, P FAITH, I DO And her words abound in wisdom,
1 I hope the fates will curse her, BUT JEST." though it seldom is her own;
r heart be bright with gladness Fear strikes to the heart of the enemy T wouldn't mind it half so bad Her mind is like a mirror which reflects -
our lips speak words of cheer; As he faces that dauntless foe; But her Daddy owns a Mercer. She's with the light so well.
a very lovely lady, a very
iad, to banish sandess, The lot snappiest, scrappiest, fightingest winning face, That the nothingness behind it you

Christmas; comes but once a Mv sweetie is a chorus girl Her voice is filled with music, and her can hardly ever tell.
That lives on the earth below. ---
She knocks 'em dead with her voice movements full of grace; i
But for another thing I like her- I She is there at all the dances, she She feels she's rather clever and she
All that they meet falls before them, It's a crimson, gold Rolls-Royce. : adores the social whirl fears she's rather wild,

: There is not a doubt about it, she's a You must treat her as a woman; you
= modern college girl. must judge her as a child;
For a tantalizing puzzle that will set

I Ifl I the brain awhirl
I There is nothing under heaven like
ORAH the modern college girl.
fl i -E. D. K.

I I -- and GIFT SHOP He's a handsome, dashing fel1ow-

Maker of Picture Frames bold, flirtatious, debonair;
Vf fact: I Wears awrist-watch, tango ties, and
14h\' { Day in and day out, at I I long bandolined hair.
( f -4 'L:1 the P Pennsylvania R. R. He, too, goes to all the dances (girlsas
I. t ;r .j Station, New York, the i SANITARY BARBERSHOP stags are under ban!)
; sales of Fatima exceed those Surely, you've no doubt about it he'sa

I of any other cigarette. I I modern t college man!

: Gainesville FloridaIn He debates things: academic; they'renot
c'- in his manly ken;
the Graham HotelW. Verse, and drama, and the classics
were not written for real men!

S. DORSEY & CO. He reads "Life" and "Saucy Stories,"
they're risque and quite blase;
Everything in GroceriesFor He's a worldly-minded person, rather

W Goodness Sake Drink careless in his way!

DORSEY'S DELIGHT COFFEEBaird He plavs baseball, golf or football for
the ladies' gracious praise;
Two 'tings; might make you I With like vigor, courts a mustache

Hardware Co. I that he's trying hard to raise.
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want cigarette
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your He avoids all clever women (yes,
SPORTING GOODS there are some, after all);
example you might find straight Turkish dgaFrettes While he sells his very manhood toa

too rich for steady smoking, because of too much KODAKSCUTLERY vampish baby-doll!

Turkish tobacco.
Oh. he spends dad's money freely in
Or might find ordinary part TurLU-h:: t r TurkishBlend
midnight meals with Child;
"thin" and "flat", because cf tw little
cigarettes Fiowers, candy, shows. and taxis; yes,
:In either ca:e (should you decide to change) the logi- He races his Stutz roadster Just to

: U! '1. >.*. '..ould! be a cigarette containing yVr/ enough Phone 1 Gainesville, Fla rile the traffic cop,
TllTjslz." -- And tells the judge next morning to
send the bill to "pop.
The only cigarette that contains: less Turkish than the t

straight Turkish brands and more han any other Turkish I For, he's sure he's' lord and master of
Blend is Fatima. jjrrj' Y"+ur O'd Hat toYORK
this! small thing called the earth;
This is the basis for Fatima's claim tifyit tnaugh \\' : HAf Cf.EANEi- And believes with Omar Kahyyam, it

TurkiJ/" p ,." was made for joy and mirth.
He's a light, conceited coxcombe-
And scores of sales facts such as the one slum above: ? TVo,.|.">'i infj Made Ne*' prove him other if you can!

surely seem to justify Fatima's claim. Candy, Confectionery and Is the college girl more foolish than

I LIGGETT & MYERS TOBACCO Co. ,, ig.. r Store in Connection this modern college man?
pok'-d' Gre"k Cand*. 75c. lb. HAZEL L. KOPPENHOFFER

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': years, not including the years that team, if for nothing !: !: : 7\nnnni1--
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Answers Letter I i
/ 1917 and 1918. The fact that he has Hold on-we were about to forget I !fi

J '. From Southerland played more than four years of col- the program. First came an able re- j !Sfiif If) ...

f ; ;,i (Continued from Page One). legiate football is, in my opinion, suf- :eital: and comment on current events }
J ...'. ficient to class him as a professional by Rat Sias. He told us of the latest I

J! 'f.i the contract between the University without mentioning. King's activities developments of the World War. !

1 ::! < i 1 r of Floride and Southern College, : in baseball with the professionalteam about the new method of learning to

i 4 'f f} except a "gentleman's agreement" be- representing Tampa several I chew gum and eat at the same time. GIDDENS! CLOTHING
':; 1;, t tween the athletic authorities of our summers ago.Regarding about a German invention of paper HENRY COif

''f J"t respective institutions, that the game Beasley's statement that I belting for use on "rats," et cetera. !!fiii
,' :j would be played under regulations I he received "$.50 for four days Xext came Mr. Bartlett with a most

:' :i similar to those established by the S. | work" I notice that you do not demand interesting: talk on asphalt roads. Mr.

j : I. A. A., perhaps you have the right any "substantiating evidence.*' Bartlett learr.ed all about asphalt
,M f : to say that there was no reason to That is indeed unfortunate for I am roads when he was in Palm Beach last Solicits the business of College] men, guaranteeingcorrect

i i prevent his participation in the game. quite ready to prove that ;eagle) y pring with the band, and so he, of
[fj styles, high grade quality and
"i ,. The insinuation that the term "a j made this statement, though 1 must I, o-arse, is an authority-But the astonishing !fi workmanship
l Half Professional Aggregation" might admit that it does sound ridiculous part was that Mr. Bartlett !fi

1 f' be fastened to the team representing on the face. But in addition to this :iidn't come. This is indeed a great KNOX HATS STETSON HATS
statement, I am also ready to which borders almost on ,
; the University of Florida is quite interesting prove problem, one !fi
; j #? to say the least. Though that Beasley made the statement to r taphysics ar.d we are going to !| HANAN SHOES
; .I Southern College is not a member of the effect that he was being paii .:nd out how he could give the speech ,

: the S. I. A. A., you are doubtless $1.000 for his athletic services by i! while not present at the next meet- | ROGER PEET
Southern College. These ftatements KUPPENHEIMER H
; t aware of the constitution and bylaws -- :1 ;*S- !
J of that association and I am f I refuse to retract. Then followed a heated verbal bat-
I reluctant to believe that Southern I The statement that "They all left '.e between Dr. Benton et al. on the and SOCIETY BRAND CLOTHES.

f'. ''t. College is so generous as to conceal 1 Southern right after the game," Isctraeted ffirmative, and Leisher and the clar- x!! ? ,

4 any information which might affect as the statement wa made -n-torgued l Winfield on the negative !:
,;; t the standing of the University of m heresay. Nevertheless. I am read.;*' his being wholly impromptu. Count HENRY GIDDENS
: Florida in the S. I. A. A. Prof. E. C. to prove that on November 6th, ir 'arnoff was the referee. No hard CLOTHING CO.,
j Beck, chairman, faculty committee on front of the Hillsboro Hotel. Tampa eelings were caused. but the appends ''Fa
athletics, University of Florida, would I Florida, Beasley made statements *t : are till mad at each other. With Giddens Building The
x. 'k' gladly welcome any information regarding i I the effect that he was still at Sour3rn *- its, the neeting closed. Franklin at Lafayette: Phone C>

t if} any player on the tean_representing College because he had not bee I Next time, this volley ball propo- I iji Tampa, Florida 227 7 6
I fi this institution that is not i J ta given enough money to leave and tlu.1 tion will be discussed. : [ .

eligible under the S. I. A. A. regula I he was still owed $30.90) of the amount The program will begin by a lec- 'IRe
: tions, and he promises to forward any :>f his expenses down from Tennessee -e from Dr. Perkins, entitled "How !:n

I definite proof to the president of thf ] Again expressing my regret that I ittle I Know About House Wiring." !:
i association for action. his unpleasantness has arisen: and'\ orkins is a fine man for such a task, I fflKHHK!: !: !: !: !: !: !: !: !:

I I do not know what requisites i ii r Doping- that this letter will meet win be earned a dollar and a half a day

i I your opinion, a man must possess to "our complete satisfaction, I am, a third chus plumbers helper last EVERYTHING ELECTRICAL See Vidal
;.' be defined as a professional but it Yours truly -mer.. and often had opportunities Drug Compai 111

f is my opinion that George King might (Signed) HERBERT CFORDGENTLEMEN f shooting craps with the electric- JOS. J. SEYKORA For Drugs, Stationery, Toilet ,I-

L i !- easily be so classed. While a member in'g helpers. Articles, Candies ,

; of the Hillsboro high school football Next comes a debate on that vastly Phone 107 Gainesville, FloridaSouvenir Cards, Waterman ]is'
i team in 1914, I clearly remember That is to !;Engineers and at.orfolk seortunt subject: Resolved: "That a 1
'- ,I playing against George King in a -, who are interested in the dog f ha" of gigantic protuberances bere -
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j : I i the Hillsboro high school. I do not The Benton Engineering Society. "? it- equator, to prevent the abroignes p I :
1 : !I believe that you will attempt to deny part at J least, enjoyed its usual peppy o* Patagonia from migrating I Popular Goods at Popular Prices : 1 1:

j:I that said gentleman has played on a program last night. We say **peppy," cord rd and scraping the paint off j t atBURKHIM'S 'I'I i iIi
I 'J'I it. Southern College team for at least I because peppy meetings are henceforth :ho North Pole. One might think thislJC'stioR : j
I j to be the sole aim of
;, -I i our pro. : was a bit ore-sided, but the '
tf'' ; 1 cram committee. which now consistsi Program Committee tell Us that suchs j I ...,
ELECTRIC SHOE REPAIR i i of hard-boiled Sergeant oh, you not really the case. This vaudevilleact
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| ist of the tortoise shell specks, and ._il- tar cast In fact one of the par- ,Jl.cipants I r1 ..::: .,_ : __ .
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I sage mean: : upon this bloody forensic
sleepy) Bob Atkinses. DO BUSINESS U, t
i SHOE SHINE PARLOR I rena will be an ex-lawyer. For the
I I In the absence of our l beloved pre'- mire personnel, gaze upon the bull- I THE i' 6
I dent. Supply Sergeant WirfieW tWilver : :: : board in Engineering hall. : :j FI.ORID.NATIONAL BANK If t, i
: : > ton ued orator of the golden tome out fellows and hear a good "The New Million Dollar
!, ,c ': >past that noble upholder of chas .o.ate, and help get that volley ballampionsh'p ; | Bank" Resources Over $2,000,000 I ,",, f

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1 t Satisfaction Guaranteed The first business to eom before THE COLLEGE MAN'S .1s

I I 4 South Side Square the meeting was the oramzition o / HEADQUARTERSPorter .18
J ;t a volley ball team. No the Enpir ffiI: -
: eers got up a volley bal team sow F
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: J S H 0 E S the stnffin' out of the whole dam Un '
"; '1 versity, and we have an idea that we
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i ,Ifj "an'do that or better this year. :
j 1 : H B. 1\1. TENCH H fellow.-, it is going to be easy to O"I :::; fen.;
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;s 0 Gainesville, C 'Ave to have some one tu pick a manger rj ha''

\ and secretary-treasurer from I 6tU(
and for that reason we want every
E Florida E Engineer to come out and pow-wo ...11if : Most of the U. of Fla, men who run ntr
of i
(over who want for these '
we import J Jpcuitior y- into
S H O E S s. Let's have a crowd nex / Jacksonville never think of going PPJ

I Monday night, for the organization o"rftMiftlhihthSSSSififfiiflSifra ifK ( back to school without stopping at least! 'ni

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I t' ,1 Sfl ifi* g II I!I time window. They generally take bro E

i{ fi University students by patronizing -fj i!-c to step in and take a close look- ille;

::' i S the White House Dining Room, may i; 01919 $s= Coa they know they ",onft be urged to buy. sea
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: enjoy the satisfaction of knowing i
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I .1' they have the finest service and most ; Knox Hats I the
I, 15 f Cross Hats cent
I food on the market. !W: ... ode
d'Hote meals
I i l $1.00. Parties ioh
I. ;!' and Banquets by w c Everything Men and ali
R special arrange !: Boys Wear (
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!fi ment. For table reservations Phoee 5 list.Oj

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