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 Material Information
Title: The Florida alligator
Alternate title: Summer school news
University of Florida summer gator
Summer gator
Alternate Title: Daily bulletin
Orange and blue daily bulletin
Orange and blue bulletin
Page of record
Physical Description: v. : ; 32-59 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: the students of the University of Florida
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: October 7, 1921
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>]
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
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: UF00028291:00334
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4t. .Witness r Orange and:Bkie ad White in.Coltlatbt :: "Carleton- : Te. -Portray Vocational Training Over 159 Prominent Growers Bill Fielding: and Maurice Bun-

Pushed Over Lone 'Score?Fi ilk Good *-Interference-Soldiers -at,: &of F. fey !First: Class and 'Stock Men Attended( the >>>ell Ckos. H To Fill Offices of .

PkY Individually; ; __*- ': f } -- : ., ::: '. 1 :B f>etlr-at Fair in Jacksonville Twelfth Annual Convention .Bttsinfss Mgr. ,and Managing:
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Columbus and Camp: Eefimag ;tarn- 4o 1fl.:! ) 7)(eQ a:*iost.4twokyaTds f TIietotional ,men 'have a. jump The .twelfth annual Citrus Seminar The Junior class' held a meeting iiiPeabody

.d', out four, thousand. five hundred around right .end ,and then. took three on s alpthe. colleges. Their exhibitsare opened in the University, of Florida Hall last Tuesday night for
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strong to,witness the initial game 1 e- through >ft tackle. A 'short pass, about 'prepared. The men are with gymnasium, at 9:30 o'clock Tuesday hundred the purpose of electing the staffofthe

Douffhboyjs and tkecr ISpettel working! under h.direction. of approximately one A921'22 Seminole, Florida's Yearbook
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to Waltz ne.i'BO gai 1Mc: and fiftycitrus: growers and' workers '
ida 'Gators. In a closely contested Quarrie punted fco ftenfro Florldas James _F. Wbrmeldurf, who will put present. After: the benediction- by it'was a hoUy'COntested, ; election

Affair! the Blue,ana, White-went ..downin on 9n..ajemonstratfon with''bees, 'show- pr. Anderson -of the Presbyterian from to finish with all kinds
{ defeat to the tUne of' 6' to'"!0.) A 30'yard line. iRenfro.-1'ehtrned., |ng Vow ',hey\ can be handled by. onelioiiows Church, President Marphree gave ashort ri of motipns and parliamentary practice -
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yards. Florida first 'jdqwn. Dixpa 'Yt .how to handle them prop- address of welcome, (or "gre t- in Vogue.. .When. the, smoke of ;
: A block punt and a subsequent made a beautiful punt of>'60 yards,., erli'They:: will 'be transferred from ings,",IU!'he said that he, did'not>feel battle" cleared away Mr, Jeacle]\- was in
the I f fitry 30 yard reeov-1 the of the
people
on like, welcoming"
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the baIl rOll ;-over tire'goal line;: the lead for. high.honors. The offices #
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the key to victory. "An ng: : one 41ve to ,another. He will work I.a I.State to their own institution)* in '
I Infantry ball 'oa tfieir 36 line. 'ot'?,{a-n Editor and Business
.Crist the Doughboy yard .,ascrejen_ cage in a gym shirt in which he:likened the seminarunto n g ng
pant by near: I McQuarri; ;tried i the line forgone hard; order: & protect the spectators anal great annual school,, not ofboys: but Manager were the next taken into
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fo&I waS blocked. by *the Flqridiansjid M' two studying:the vital .problems vital importance
of of
and th took_ aaore' on a.: skid at vtheme time he will'show: men : consideration. They are : .
recovered" '
the ball was. the tackle :j* F. MeQ arrie, then, at ; without pertaining': to' their business$ pf 'mak to the success of the book '
jojdwing. he do'it
by, how can
( ; ee stated
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20 yard JineM end run i lag living *
Banning n
by Rehfro and a.subsequent line buck tempted: come,.ever':asoead' left .end'!' troeM.. The exhibit will have 'Ion that he had great faith'u t.the citrus and for that, reason C are placed on theballot. !
but was thrown .for 'a bear McQuar "3W forwarder of-'thinter- Mr. Bill Fielding was'elected
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wide end honey pl fey Newton followed !by -a rte meted, to the 'Gator'43 yard .line.1 I a great possibility.a. ests and prosperity of'thet"iA: :.i.;:stat- to the 'business'leadership while*Mr.Maurice .

TOO for a touchdowa py' the Orange Florida first! down. Dixon pooled to]-ti,jro!1 Cing' State.:;- mg;that:tfeia industry in Elea represents : BunneJI,held.thethe ,maJority for i
'and Blue the only score oft e game. )Jan approximate "it>ee_ to "
Spettel on the Banning 46 yard line.'j A Ker 'exhibit will be 'model inanaging'.editorship.The .
annoaHy. Dr. "-
DiXon missed ,an attempt at goal after I' .. the State of$86,000.000 :
the touchdown. A poorattempt' Spettel, skirted left 1,.J8Ult-! :farm showing up-to-date Murpbree. then briefly revie* w d the: student body is looking, f of ,'"'
end for five yards. Spettel then: sultry _houses, modern rural lighting marvelous growth of the U nfcfcrsity. ward to the best of Seminole'a pufc

First feriod.Beaning went through left' tackle_ for three, j and; water plant and an ideal ru- saying that it was far andf above out'under the hands of such able'men
won the toss and electedto Spettel tried bat that of any other school inntire chosen.
more. right end fal Florida bungalow.. In other as those
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coontrv. $stated that tedar
defend the west goal. Dixon. kicked thrown without gain* A forward ofF1e1ie '
vfll the kinds
was ; we_ if betray ate 871' students enrolled-ia\i va- the holdingOf
far Florida to McQuarrie on the, 15 McQaarrie to Waltz was j homes ,fer&eniers would 'U ii-rsity> a few things concerning
pass tiOus colleges in years .. .._ ; the Seminar he declared that it is
'part} line.. Quarrie; returned 15 incomplete.FIOIida's ball ondewwt. lea e'- against. 196 twelve a r/ the present'policy of those in charge
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7.... A forward'aC..MeQaarriAt I I>kea1. :pMiNl'fat 1iIe. yard 1 ;'; ..a.i Todd wiU. probably have State Agent C. K. McQvavfle was 10 make of the Florida Agricultural
: Wilt, netted ihree"yar s. Waltetried H e. Infantry H t down... MeQwh! charge of the wireless equipment, eatted tip the line t.r One yard. Waltz Was i : few ward Professor _t J eQuarrie this nature in the entire country
1 rie went thro gfe tfce right of *e, whiefaB;; plo e4 to be placed in the stated' that -ag -as old cif,',of the especially as it pertains to, subtropical
thrown for a leas of'one' yard oh the' .line bat. was thrown for a ,loss of etnti of the balding.;; H 'Wilt be State lie ;f H: Wrt6ir'aiiaos 1 i review I i agriculture and livestock raising.In .
- next: play. McQuarrie attempted, to: two yards. McQaarrie .sustained a j I efieippetl with wireless tolophanej; a.4. the.history ;ef the citrus"fnSystry in order that this be done, Dr. Newell -
|.. bat, Florida blocked and ;recovered 'severe'.wrench oa.his kiekkig leg oa] ether: recent improvements.. 'It is the State.'' 'He still frees i8 have stated1 that it will .be 'necessary

:tfc. b4.on ,tite ,Infantry S4yMFlorida d Continued kn! r.page sight) '1 yldaned not only to have the concert come and :.gave,. .will, yet for the authorities to have the full
... first dOW "Carrten come and 'sro. but that the citrus industry and complete co-operation of the
.. has"lived 'and will,._ever live of the State and he showed I
farmers
went off tackle.for one aht1ibe: } ., ). ; .{...-?. He three in numerous
I : 1T: .; and prosper. ; empl'; how the farmers can help
1Mk two.elLa.&ki .::itaek1e.? ,;y:, N'.' ___ .. ,. ,. points;*.((1)<<' erilazidabitlaaWJie first ways. One striking remark madel
!missed alJ .!Bpat iorwa r paw.JU ., '. .: '; grown. totd crops in order:; > an attempt to [ Dixon was'Woeked > -1-/ the sop with pity* f.;humus before legislative appropriation of money -
punt .'" ''J'. "l1":4f' ,-. ; bei c'... to citrus; '((2) intelligent for the maintenance of the Seminarthe
but' Florida recovered a free I ', '(:-1 '''h:J' iiiiiirtMjii: 'in!',rnnrjiffrit to sues College .of Agriculture may fin4
fumble on the 22 yard line.Dixon :' <"'14 r"J f f tgr.WtIW:eel itrt1j''a.s'clouds. are itself unable to conduct thtis citizens'

.made two off tackle Newton took :, ..' to bra MJ) MJbbcr trees must school_ next year. _
two more on the next down., Dixon 1 be elim iwi; that iso 1- ti-i..ir':"J-lBp J s. -The remainder of the morning's pros.

Tinted beyond' the Benning- goal line. { .J' 'plant. fwd end give", .. ,,in re- gram was taken up by Professors p.JV .
;Infantry first down their :24)) yard : + .turn' ireet&r'Wi" ,Burger and F._M. O'Byrne and ,
on '> v Dean anli 'l nSdw? Hi
and
-!';[ > ; ewelIf County Agents E. F. DeBtwk i
1ine .McQuarrie went around( rightend .' ; tic Agricultural E. Stevens on the questions of spraying : -
for rio gain. Chapman then ,> ;, ; : iltkOReed by' Df;Morphi iaw,stat .and pruning for Xelasaeand-

-tried the same but no better luck.' ,__.J .. ed that the University aao.V&4i State stem-end rot, various causes of fruit r
Mi tQuarrle' lost three: yards arced are to be congratulated pa\b ng ableto dropping and the movement of unda- ;;
command the services bf\*>"inan of foliated citrus stock. The consensus
left end but on next down,.made a f Dr. ,Newell'g training ,and experience of Dr. Burger's and Mr. DeBusk'a addresses -
beautiful pant to the Florida '15ynrd to head the various branches' of educational was that melanose and stem-

liBe. Florida first down.- Carl & work' in agriculture of the ,end rot of citrus fruits may be large t
skirted right end for a pretty :run of ... University and State." j 1 Fly eliminated by pruning out dead
25 Dr. NewefTs,address wai.short feat wood and by spraying with bordeaux-
yards, the
making first down on
:bentry it was to the point. After explainingby oil emulsions. Mr. Steven said that
; 30- yard tine- Newton went the citrus tree is a manufacturing
1 f( tackle for three yards 'followed wireless, as was stated in last plant and caaaot turnout prodtwtttOees

cy Dvon ,who lost ,one .yard tfarareghftt : "- iaeees of. paper, tat, also, to receive. j, given plenty of,, plant foodiel'kept
+ .1 i and fa- i
tenter of the line. Florida pcsalfd '" ( ) free of die
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referteTaai for atk
cad jif i >B,of pen-
j 5 yards for off' 'side.. A: Pass", :-i:: eel' iaUMit ts the fair/visitors.: I I;|cultivation.sect parasites Mr..and OByroe given branded plenty the of
): tt Gft to Carlton, netted 10; Vards. ;; '0."TV '
They C.. IWt wiM have a,,,.shipping of undefoliated citrus stock
Dixon punted but the Bsnnifl? .line : J E. big exk&t, fefOTgh' which it.il from one section to another as one ofthe
*8 a came through aai the kick was < =- planned .to.w'1IMi sew policies and most 'dangerous and expensive

<*ed. Infantry call on their 10 J i ideas of tifete War' Department, 'notonly t practices known to prevail to any extent .'#-
in the State.
: 4u.r.line. Waltz ploughed of! tack- i' ,by giving Reserve officers training This afternoon addresses were

kir ten'yards Chaps -tooktwo to stadents who attend the TJni-j I made by Dr. H. W. Raprecht of tKs

aore through, the iightofj the line $ sity: .ate also by developing a 1 I f Experiment Station; Prof. Wells A
: The 'quarter ended with the belCj u _&t;edvi n* army taegh the.Na-#t Sherman Bureau of Markets: U.'S.
.: D. A.fDr. L. M. Bristol, professor of _
1< Benning's. possession their 24 yard tiesal GuaM military
on and civpiaH
; ; j I' Florida
I::'" Tine ; economics University of ;
.L training canaps. The Wonderful op-i
f Waltz went for three yards end a4 ...,, JM>r unities offered University stu-J I,tomology U. S. D. At Professors '0. .
i':. :on next down made a'pretty 'run l :tents to become leaders of ,this Ci-l!I F. Burger and F. M. yByrne, of the l
f1- wand left, twelve ->> vilian Army will be brought oat r Experiment Station and State Plant
end for more. ..Int < .J at the Presbytgrian '
o Board. And tonight -
. atry first down. Chapman cams. ;. -;s : : through UU-s eshlSiL t I church at 8 o'clock. Profess!*' '
:' .:, thug ;< Some HSfBe .being r anl,
tackle for two and one-Half. :stuntsare pIan-: Charles Jl Brand viee- NSident. | g
;'l )Fards. A forward pass,' Spettel 'to.E ned by tbi'aiMeBts: i the Law College -) general manager of the Amerj||*

,Waltz was incompleted. ,McQaarrle Ufuier-t&e, 1tk hand of W. G. Kline,, assisted! ( Major,: VM Flee, ,Acd j and fee. Arts asd Science: College Fruit Growers" Inc. will make an-aTf?
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)anted to. the Florida. 22 yard liB 'GateF8 MHwira4ed that they lied jbeea_ : coached as a team'test ,, There is. consideraile' ;Tivalry Fruits dress 'ou- There will keting'S be musical tb nuII. j

I E orida first down. Dyroe .pirated ,to :tlar m .CotuafcMG- Ga., when the H ach e.put oat by'these> _eeaefces S..j at preeeat-to 'see wh&h College: will hers and stereoptien; views in :t di-

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.(By Rudyard KIng)' -. !: ,******* ..:> ;- & ;:"-: ; a swell ball r? '- "; f. life'. ..- ,',:;, f'.. .

If- .you can.keep your head when'ail A&d sever bi'Nthe': 'wordaabout= 4 ,about' -- (
you your IOM; "Wharsde' refresbjaints? .;.. took '
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Are!losing their's and blaming it OB ft you-can forceyeer heart and,serve "Lordy, ef dat ain't jes like you' Of, making light the burdens and the; SilkS

you, and sinew country'.niggrs, "always askin: about strife, .. SO D
If 'you' can' trust yourself when al To serve:yev.torn long after they SOMpn to eat. We. ain't gwine to hab Of the 'oppressed-'tis all: that I SCOREs OF PXlT

,men doubt you, ... are.gee<,' mach. to eat, knee we done spent BIOS could. *., Not at hraii"tIIUCe ''i.\!i

:. .. ;.. ,Bat ,make allpwaxfce-: .:for their! And: ., so hold oa when there is noth ob de ,money on de hall.,and: music'n V ,* 1 for $2' f

.cJeaWi ingr, too ing in you' tixi .s. Dis yeres a swell ball,:Use, SEA. SERVICE POPULAR 3GWaatadU" {ellte
It,yea can ,wait and not: '1 4 Except the WM,' which sips to $S/
: be tired, by ) I and dey dont hab much 'f'freshmints I -- '" .,. .. Rhad )
wafcfe*, them !HoM on!" swell balL I .11 IT.! "ft
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I Mary stunning ways,
,.Or being J lied about 'don't deal. in ,I .. t CIt i .
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ccN bber' mind dat. Shew me de Sh'e rolled 'em 'neath the knee; ell''maser
f lies, talk with '
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4 Or b 'freah nints..:' And ev'ryw.that. ,Mary went,. ChlyPOCkd shat 1
? teg_ hated, don't ,give way, toAnd .yo : virtue. Bn l Cleel. ..
.< f ante The men,all west to .. \ Jr. ttittel
: with He steered her,into the room see. o14o.
yg;. : Or walk Kings-nor lose the ... J ,
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'I don't' look: too good'nor canon: -teach,: -- Pol.arTrcadwe J.
taU too wise. If neither foes, nor.. loving friends meager -sandwiches, olives and tiny Patronize 'Gator advertisers.. ...c..n .p thEtet) f
t r .1' with disgust 25 w.aid 8t.,
HI "I' can.;;hurt.,you t' -" f.' I cups of coffee. She sniffed -- "" 4III "' ._. 4 J.ut wet o/IJ.WeU.f.tu.d__
i If you can. dream==and not make If. all men,cUnt.th.! ,you,.but,none when she was refused a second'h Fi'Ei

t dreams your,master; too' much; .. p ng. They went into the ball f everything Elcelrical i II v, AGENT WANTED
E 1 If you can think and not. make- If you, can 'fill 'the 'unforgiving minute room where she was immediately I I Tlna Sikdem.nedtweu M 8aOIIC. U. aicotstll 1>5
tt thoughts your aim, s surrounded by a bunch clamoring for JOS. J. SEYKORA CrhaJ aid to t ttu dxttta toiesfit.]: dEVi
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{ If yoa can meet with Triumph and With sixty seconds worth of distance -* recognition | Phone 107 Gainesville, Fla. I Viy.
Disaster Miss Lice, lemme act nice ,to J. .
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,And treat, those two ''imposters just Yours is the Earth and everythingthat's you," said Sam Slimmens' boss barber Patronize 'Gator advertisers.

.d.., I ,the same; in it, "Is' you program full? j jlaze

.:.;. If you can bare to hear the truth And which is more you'll. Be a was puzzled. .

,you've spoken Man my son! "Is ma what?" I % SUITS s r
Twisted by knaves to make a trap "I axed you is yo program full!" ( Y i

for fools, "Sufficiency" "Go 'way man.. Don't exasperate 1 1i 1k
t' Or. watch the things don two olives 'an* a c With 1a
: you gave your Tobe was a cOuntry' nigger over D'eJt tales more
,life to, broken, near Lake City. Some years ago be little sandwich to fill ma program... It, "C ..: t!

And stoop. and build 'em up, with moved into town and at once joined sho does.** Ia -:,. Two Pairs'
.Worn ,
out tools ,
; the swell Afro-American set.On a .. ,
certain holiday a big ball was aboutto Cutie:''Do you know Fat i,..Burns- t"" ';

*. I If yea can,make, one neap of all your be pulled off in the Blackberry Fresh-"Fat Burns? No I don't Pants <

'winningsAnd Section. Tobe invited his gal Lize, think I do." 31.50: e
.- J I risk i it on one turn of pitch- fresh, from the farm. They: arrived Cutie-"Well, it does." ,

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ALLIGATOR'I PAGE THREE
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ita first meeting''of : 'the t lilt&'tNr ""
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friends to take ;
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I for'The the meeting purpose opened with tho chance to stay a day or so in the,hospital. ,.. ": iil1.r. .
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.was made vice-president,. I I'Job AIL Rats who'do not attend cheer v : ''. "I I ,," 1

of secretary and treasurer i ito practice. hereafter will report to Bill : : l I. _
[.:', Francis Parker and Elmo I Bivens or, Pete Harris who will, but :.. ,

t was' made his assistant, as i of .a sense of duty give special leather = I <.:

collector." ,Frank, Paul'!Ewes Soand heated lessons in yelling. I' .
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on the program came theinof \ tQ yeM, however during the progress a
jw of of said lessons. thereof :
one Penalty
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will| tie) trial before' Judge Johnny .. '
Those
of the club. receiving1: ,
degree were "Rats Osborne,.Tor- Hall with, Ozzy Bie as Pros. Atty., ", ;. 1
with a chance,of nothing but conviction 1

! Eteler, Pierce, Bartlett, Week, .
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for the rat. Old ,
-- McQendon, Knight.,Harper, men will filet ,, }
their, consciences be their '
-- {.'}(eeks, McCree: ,. J Gas !ll, UILKHfcfaaan keepIngr The 'Gators guides'in 1t 1i
: : young out. of Y.
Bize, Dreher, Sea ;
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: ;Blake, Webb, Cotter, Warren this trouble. I 1

ate i and Owens. The ceremony ..
r== yery elaborate and impressive PERSONALS .' "
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:1- "trill never ,be. forgottenbythe, There's.' a boy at Florida from Quincy ,_. s i
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fl : Tampa Club has':always,'been a : FITFORMKi .''__"" ;
But: in 'J \ tmm+MmFITFORM ..
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"of the most peppy organizations = ,'.The-Ques.tion-
the campus and from the enthii- So, now we call him Me. Hqley.: : : ., '.
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certainly.hold up to its previous There's another' : man, here who hails < young men and older men who want to stay young' "
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from Live, Oak, :, ,' :-=" 'has been. definitely settled once and for all by the ,
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YOU WIN!! only provoke.His form garments. = -

gambling regulations would SUITS .' >
surely preventusIf ARE PRICED AT Styles that say "Pep," tailoring that says:"Bench-: .
to the challenge contain- "
It answer made s
'Gator it wasn't"for the ,fact that he's $35 AND FROM prices that say "Economy" these f
E a:the last: issue of the in Non Compos Mentos. THERE RANGE ON points in your favor urge you to have the Porter
Chipley, Washington county, and Fitform labels in your new Autumn Suit.
UP IN EASY STAGES ;
lade, boasted of 13 ,men at the .
University from a town 250 miles Herbert Massey, Bob Rudy, Harry TO f tt. ; Why not take a_peep tomorrow? .. '

dutant with a population of 1800,,the Creary, McHenry Jones, Bob Harris -:_,: ,:f'f

= writer begs to submit the followingaamr and KJ ,McCallum formed a pleasant Everything Men aad" Boys Wear .
"* 1 motorcade to Tallahassee last' week ;,
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The, town of Lutz, HiUsboroughcwaty end. The 'party, for some unknown H ',; ;i ,--';, : i = :

Florida, is equally,as far dis- reason was(split up on the way, ,part : # = .
of it arriving just in ,time to start ,
Uat M"the' above mentioned city of 4 1 s f 4
,official'cei'gives back, but all report a satisfactory ..t
West: Florida, and the last
representation of the University, at V
it ,a population of ap.pruiluWj ,
10, of which exactly_one- the Sister insttiution. That's'it, ',
= boys, the "Flor- .
fifth of that number is in attendanceat keep up good" work. ,JACKSONVILLE,- FLORIDA j
idians for 'Gators.
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in the mess, hall Is UNIVERSITY. MEN ALWAYS- WELCOME: ATMcDOWAUS ... :J.'.,-

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:: EDITORIAL. DEPARTMENT. tit ((Coctinsed from Page One) .: .
: <<:, !1- .. Edlitsr-in-Chie: { first and c "t "
man Green .Z ; I; perfect plaa:for the .stoats ...
O4 Harris ?:a t. .... _- Managing. Editor which one" will. have the .most unique .. -
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tamer MiHerHepry "_ __.. .,:...... .. ...:...:.-:_:. -.._Assistant. Managing: Editor &, IjJ.. l
'' Fuller and" Murray CoheJ'i'', _:,, !-'. / '. ,,.Athletic Editors At : it is planned to pick atleast I i; f SEND ? SUITSLAUNDBT ; 't ;

..-., Franklin West, gauoM Klock, Marray fVAaaAJy, :'7-:'..<..,.."....."" Porters a present dozen "men from the Univer' '' m ;': : '
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R..; W. Ray ?___"-..- .'.,.:. :" t-, .,1<:..,, ; :'p.-..-__..',"-.ConmlM" t>t'4. leges. These ,' :. : : :,: :

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BUSINESS the booths and be welded into a comb ', > -- ; :> : '
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A-J*k'Wlate.. .. .. .. ,_. _ti....i='..-.. ,' ,... .Besiaess'_>Mang_ ,pang [of fun makers to put n.th. .. ..4'. 'w.'! .- .:' i. ,: ."< : "
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.Horace ,WBaom __< A..i &t:Buses ,Man r stunts for.ilie various.departments. 4" ,. ; '
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The ,'College of Agriculture, make : ; P :
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; Entered second-class b r'38,1912 at tic at' ., .
,; as matter Sept ,. .poteffiee f ftC'; extensive plans to.illustrate the :: < ,:.: '. i" ; ;K< .
it Ga&emUe jf. Fla.,j;under the Act ofliHarefc.!.... V>L 3- 187Y_ ; _. ; ..,jti ..... .1 w.rk ;being._done. in the College of '

= i Mace) aH communications and newsiitatts.,im .bexes designated_1e that' I Agriculture Experimental Statioa..*) ; ); 'rpTOB: ; ': : 'h'

t puoee in Peabody and Language,Ualfe. '>._ "'/ .: .' r < .; 'ExtenSion'and how through Division their valuable Agriculture.':inforM, : : : : : '

jRate:-The .Florida, Alligator. tie -" -.,- : matioa which ::, nedan Pressed '
-. -. "year.- :'- 4:>, saves and puts milf :-> i ,CJ ; -' .!
T lions of dollars into the pockets of : .- -- .
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'f so doing make the publication-of.our:paper possible are among the demonstration work and ,the boys?
ti meet reliable concerns in the State.. These firms are supporting arid girls' clubs. that.4 .....-...._........................

the'University and should feel that.they are getting some tangible The students should realize' +- -
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remelts for their only four-weeks are left to help put
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; ':We. Jfelieve' that the Alligator is a good ,advertising medium over this University! .:Expositiori- J students who will become future offering them educational tu
{ si4'request that,the student body help us prove it. When you which will show the people that the ]leaders but also it is reaching thou I tages and practical valuablymation h .1

f 'hate a want, look in: the columns; of':the Alligator:; and see if it vice University of Florida is a public ser=; :sands of people out, in the State, who through: the Agriculture.'j
institution
cannot be:filled. Patronize those who patronize us- o r advertis- not only training the, can never 'come_to the University_ by General Extension, Division.
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4<- era our backers.. Every man registered in the University is' indebted "

to our'advertis_ r8. The dollar which you pay for a year's
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{ ;: I I I 1 subscription: does not begin 'to pay the 'expenses of ,publishing ......a.. .r. ::. :;" n'Sir z.; arc, m'irrw 4r: :

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r It is firm 'belief that' student ...
our every, { will back! in our ,ef- ;.a. r y' : w'fh';:S';>:::i.nj
I fo-ts showthe: advertisers that they are getting results.'from i? :
,/ I air; school paper, ,and will gladly taker this method'of'; showing ,
!I yoyr loyalty ,to;.:the University and to.:the Alligator,,_

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F .. .- Louisiana State Umyersity: is, w venture: to sane 'oft-e! .
: ceably few universities, of the. ppw.herein oir trijti ps .
; a .demands are xna'd x%tH ;fre jm :other..an-.J\ eBe;jmpolsed? '
T b 'he faculty on all stuftteate .;(ku floigim<_| ar'' Si; i >'

.c t1pus' as upperclassment-they! isjiat they want, and/ie I In

.sl ays on a, plane"of equality. :In ourf ppinion. this; should -bed


81.l g..hAs passed; out,'and there are none louder praise of
: lt iftW V 'a 1ilVciatt 8iri fllM.ti butewu1d r.

i_to-' see the rule of upperclassmen. installed.J ,_ '
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; _c .,JogTOiolwlti jiiK3ytty: .. to year caps in the University colors.Vhy don't our freshmen)

1 .wear, purple and gold caps? Thewearing of the cap is no disgrace, 4
'S but.rather_an insignia of membership in the largest,.organization

y ,: in the University. And' this.,organization, the, '-freshman 'class, }! '
wowld be made 'mUch more of arunit for the betterment of the k. J r -

indtviduaf"man and the University'as:'a,whoUj;:if the ratraints of
convention were thrown to the winds and the group drawn more
closely into whole; by common regulations. '

I :The :rule of the freshmen by upperclassmen instills,.. in our

f opinion, moresincereschopl, spirit an4- thuiasm than any other
one; thing.L., S. U Reveille. J. } '
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Tennis-startso4r with a rush at.Washbura this year A four
may team _, ..
representing the University Illinois will :meet the A ''>'' .. "C<- -- -
,Icl bods on, th* )local eoirts'onOctob ''19,, if.the Athletic Board < .. f.' ... ,, '
'of Control ratifies plans made by Coach t ',11 "
; Dwight Ream.-Washburn. '.
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for one of the greatest !etir -.--'\ + "* vi. J.; .i'1f
a tadUmln! the world are i .forty :>- ; i --.
under consideration for the 'QNty a -fo tt'gatewaybaunded Through this an
conductbfie Olympic i gateynessages
games of 1924 d J.cti2'8entativesfrom
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which will be held in Paris. Word to this 'eflfest was brought tri by iwobskpilasterr ;'ianoma.'i'r"-- -
this-country by Allan H. Muhr French j a scoreof other factcrn P: -'
Assistant! 'Commissary ef 1 .mental lamps$ruit'is"iuileany.olhergate -.
S the Olym c'iGam! ,iwfeo-.hasbjustar! | end'in 'this = omtiry fora| and over fifty fbrand offices come and jf 3g =
:; < tour of inspection orAmerica'sleading'ath'Ietic !,iay irtihentire woad 4 :
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> : plants.4 His tour ; hburran endless chain cO'ordiaated '
will include the y.'i: .. ... .. ,. -every: of
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IJaryard! ; Yale, Princeton, Syraciwe .* ? activities
an4 Pennsylvania and severaji'cblleges .. For back' of it and -0j .
dtelwest. and( nlv&rsitiesin': the thi i h 1 : : is, the General Electric. ; carrying enlarging -
-Washburn Review.! ? the scope
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Company's mainToffice of over a quarter cen
building -o 1 1Ltury's
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'California has 'completed! its football schedule Fir . ogees. And '3 ;mazilthd; : '
for 1921. .
.- the; first time"there'wiU be double header j t door'iifsfu in1 fcisv ; _' s Ii
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games. On the schedula t, '
al"elsuch; teams as U.. of Oregon, Washington State beat' qlliPn\ far :' What'a storY [this: 'gate would tell if i ,
: ; a feet}&f-&Urercalkgc' teame. ,. Nevada' ad ; 'testing: standardiiing : ., :. ;.
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"ae med ite.baseball of the
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lad-ersof.the-e1ectric 1
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cam rn: t'e&r'ln.the''PerS6frof.Art CeThis was; at the command of ml
: 'dono Z+ "* ca:'> .
: a Eertly fterrj ivtclwy over-Yate..ConfeH's, :'pdsittoH i8;ate ; pable Viers..Then" dewnahestreet- :" : eld.-U.. of N. a:,
Sagebrush. ,
< mlotsgare.4 JR a t .said iastitutions--and from.-: .
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K << r f buildings' where -
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Paddock world's j ?made the ;
champofi '
by
S of'U. S. C. will sprkiter ,? i% -- )> 'Jj "" 's--' ""f )iisto y .
i. not retire been : electric
it has ;
stated by his trainer Dean thousands. of'de trlc$1.workers' i. of. lighting, electric j
Cromwell. ,. '
who
Instead will be in : ttaft ..
the 1924 Olympic ga.' s.-v -"* portation: electrified
Padtck r. -- industrials ,
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Paris.-U. of N. ,1 / i1y3UMin ,. 1I $ -.1
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of Ui- most --.riUiant.}and 'en-- : .m Cap Pistol Club 5 .s- : t" C.- )t!.:: 1.: L\f '.-':-:J'f. :"' .. :.+. '< 4:4: : : :i-:- & ;fuik: :V :'i'I >'>". If' ; .

the' : S.; jocial functions of Fail; hoststo' : '- r, t', r ry.!. t ) .R A-M S EY .t'S; :i\tt-l--: : .1t !' > ','

u dance given by the a bridge party given at the Azalea f.! >n 1 7 ,,'H -- .: -?r- =-'" : ; ,' .. ... -. .
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'C1 di Fraternity. Friday': even-Elks'f ';1st.House, Saturday*afternoon'. October '.7'- ,. Lf; .BOARDING H 0 1J.S1E: o,< rtpr: i> -y-: : *, .J
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attractive- having, departed somewhat from the ;. ::1'" !t" ti < '! c. OPPOSITE BUCHM4N' t-. .- .... 1.
was very !

,col-'and WI\ room white. The rostrum was ever realm!: _proving of- college to social'be 'a success affairs, how and: >!, ?; {'; > ; ? ;-i : ': : :: -- ;

'0 by Bob .Swanson's Jazz thoroughly enjoyed by all. ? ...y ,f_ -' -: ", .' ) .
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The invited guests made their j F .. ..' .. { . .
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kte, sad'.WIS hoar.dancing served was throughout enjoyed un-the.- until ed.At.appetizing-the the final dinner' count salad: hour it course,.was at. which found was serv-timean that ': ',: ', i-: >Y : t :: .; : : :::: r .


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DA."ICE'I--'I Miss :Margie MgDowall: made high > .
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Saturday evening Alpha.1 prize: a deck of playing cards,' ... ONLY A DREAM .' f

Chapter of Kappa Alpha enter- was presented Miss Willie :Mae I f, .

with pop.dance at their :frame f : "Ii- ', 1t ,
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.A' .. a' ; Nice. tq. :.wrap, .,the.. drapery. of I t ,W. O- THINt akx
by Cody's Orchestra = 'and ;. : n" .. J. ,, :t'' .' :<'. ; : : .. :' > y ', '. .
:was 'enjoyed untilthemidJ- ;-- Wantedto-of. he&r froiri'.c: owner.*of*a, Your couch about 1 t -- .iL-\i. '

hour. ,. '' -. farm- or- good.land for sale, pricereasonable : ': ....- *: .;. .. .. Gainesville.going to''ake areeerd in this year. Football
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he Alpha, Omega Chapter. of/lAl-, ,111. F '.: ,' ,. sy "y To.'pleasant .dreams; .-' .**"-r$ -r t and exceptional. 'values_8_,,_in.
Tau Omega wishes 'to ..announce . .. lJ .'. .. t t t I
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t they will be hosts at:* a''dance{ j ;, "::>. 1"..\ Did'.S1ie" ? ,d .After having. .. '" answered.. ,-.-..'_...."I* ;; '. '.." .., .: ..;> .;:. .<' r' : ..:.., __
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..Friday evening November 25. She What are you thinking-about tJi 'The } r r ": K'V- t. NUFSED. '
i sweetest'letterv: ;: {., ::" : '' Af
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He-Just what you're thinking'SteIf I f--: t. 'i-,1 rvi T '%. H< ..'n".. :::1. '"' ; '-- '

,your sleeping iP{n f taftoonto : r- i.y. ; 'a1,.., > Qt..f'tLW.. .... f'1;.. .' I 10 j. {ret. .: from: the, .d,one4_ ; ; ., :V -,c:;: -ev.,".."I. t ii .- 'f1.- tG tt t-(

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.;..i. nlx;.'.U iv, Chicago.. .. : f ) j,_. :r.i you'll ,<, .; :!:..' .;::.:. ; : iomnm LI.I'
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,and drift; qffi; r-f;" .; 1 ...... ...' _. ........ .,. .. <. '" :!- .'.-.- .:
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Join I :: :: : .'; e; .. ."' Y1i"': '.:.'..:1., r"j iril and 'tuning=:piano', .$10; *Lyceunt 1 ,
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LU; ),}Ij Tl J"r-. :::1, ". And_- -find yourself- > si>- f fi ; "- :' ,: 'r-i: !! l lt bat ce.;$ 78.3S- _- '. .' \.__, -1fi"f'Moniay- : .


A shipment ofr:!the new University; : i Asleep!' :4,, .,'to, '*theFactthat.lhe.. .'':,:' ;:'-. ,, ".:l. .:-; 't ,"':" .i f Receipts: $1 nMe."A, 55.$3. : -: ,. ; ; ,----1-. .., 'wIiiE iIESTESS'S1' eMtan X"-- i .

.: Sweaters. --Goat.aijd} .Slip-On>Styles, : .: : -'tennis; :..."; .":;.g-: 1j -;,: ,I j Expenditures-Bank' note paid. Paramount"- Special CosJ&etH .

t. jfiade: inithe: ; 'heaWsh akr'wsaethe.:;.. :> j 'ICouris.between '"Thomas,: itT;; : ':3"xH ''-f' $ ;i papers and. ..periodicals"telephone, '$67-37. ; q ;' ,< '' :"--r" ., ... 'i ;,, >
: .. : .,- >n-- .is". .yrs .' ?-r- ?r pi4_g,". $1&0 3; ,, $22.24;.. OCt. l>'Tt l _y' :", j..4t'
; '., ? : ;' asdJlabSr; $t 88A4: raise pp.eratfng --. .l'>; rwI11 -
same quality :as soldlast.yr.l The L Hall arid the athletic-i"*!' :;;' 'VrField .; : .t LSD
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$ 1 s.tT> ., *'y &? *' "WHAT WOMEN' '
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Most demand. by' rrien.who appreciate in. -.. --:0. : >< -< '- Gymnasium '. -
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.. Dreamland--I: ;.ask"you r.* .:?,It"J: ;: Receipts, $2,285.5a. ? -.,> ;' > Oct. 13, Thursday \ -

quality and service. ._ <; '. :--r .* s:? Expenditures-Equipment and 'supplies "A WIFE'S AWAKEN

.. -t1fn-: V"V > < V: ? '? :A. "'--" "* ". ri.qt. { ., ;,;f ." Here and now,::;:.:;,: :.r ..:? : =':WWouloVt :." *' -$329-salaryand: labor, 647.75; IN(;" ,1 f

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p BBBia. '5.w-'rt'C'v-% 3" .t C' 'B aB arBeMB: as 7 ', equipment, $154.451total, i .
P.;'S.-THE NEW ,BROGUE OXFORDS HAVE JUST .- that. ," :be r ,.' ",./ "r '.:._ ., $$1,131.20.. Credit: 'balance, :$1,154.30): : ; Oct., 14, FT Way ? "t1<.qDe. !1 ;

:r BEEN ;. ; *Sembtole' : : -: .< ; i ;
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I 426.09 pictures and pTioto'-: work ?
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) REPORT OF THE STUDENT ACTIVITY ",-
: $ 65.27j'printing and binding i -
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0: FISCAL.YEAR, ENDING JUNE 30, $4.84 equipment and : Coatianous Show-330 to 11:00"
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; -Labor: $16.50,' '- ,
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Expenditures-1( raveL expenses, --Unexpehd *h lf;9c niitemkU1,

... .... ,.. ', { equipment _a d'r.supplies, $480.01; ,
.....";,,,: .-:.... jf, .... '- .-, 1-' >w........'. f-t ,-' -L.-: lStt1IH"- ."'" ..'"-.r- -- ...... .-.J' ; kaveI. *expense at* teamlf; I136.621 f i ;A.WeH $3 ;k" o eeI"sQJlYea; j &WeattaeUYit ,lupdj2,185.Q. -
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printing, $1825; money stolen 1 (Correct) .K. H. GRAHAM, |
total Credit
: 1 telegrams, $5.11; 63824. .
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.: i' i balance, $504.51. from' track 'man, $20; salary,, $35;.1 r Auditor.., Ii
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;; t. Florida Alligator medals, pennant and .banner, $195.33; I (Approved) W., G. WELLS, .

< '" THE 'GATORCAFETERIA' I. i I to lit. and deb.. societies, $175; total, ( Sec'y and Treas. Budget
$761.84.
Receipts,
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.. Truman. Green, .., ,' Franklin. West '..4.J.Otja. Green y J council, $15; printing. $8; to .. ,. Modern and sanitary rfpnyemences have;been imstailedkV.Select i t .
-. '. deb societies, .50 a man, x$372; travel I :
. '-': .qvc; -' --" :' "!.tF. oJ. >' ."'H-.r.UI\-.: z".<> t -.fJ.. returned f \gear 'toed suer':leferotir waiter carry it to your table:,.I; .
: j expense of teams., $455;

;. ,.."., .. _. : ,. ,.. _> !_ .s .. |b special fund, $ 9.50; total ei9J50- t Prices are exceptionally reasonable. : ..: -..' '
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Minnesota vs.
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re J. Mississippi vs. Louisiana at Clin- Williams: vs. Bowdoin .at Williams-

ton. town.. < ." t at 1 THE:HART CHA!: 'NER &: MABXSTYIJ3S ;
Colorado College
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Carolina Wyoming vs.
North 4
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: Penn. State vs. ,
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State at State College. Laramie.. -" ;- Ry
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FOR FALL
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h Pittsburg vs. West Virginia .- at. Yale vs., North Carolina at New ,_ : : ,

< GAMES-, SCHEDULED I ttsburg. 'l at New Haven. *f J ,< '- : ::;it
:Princeton vs. Lehigh i
?. 7 FOR. OCTOBERs Brunswick. : ; :.": '?: \ : COACHES OF PROMINENT t. :'" .c' :. ":'o"AXE. NOW READY < ., ';:''.
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f South Carolina vs. Maryland at
:Florid vs. Rollins at Orlando.
: Marion at Tuscaloosa. Syracuse, : / ; ', colorings Fashion Ideas Fabrics/Ric8&j
Alabama vs. atKnoxvffie. Georgia Tech: W. f... Alexander New new new ;
{; Auburn) 'va. Spring HilI'at'. Mont Tennessee vs. Chattanooga Tech. I I r9 -
(Georgia ) one-third lower than those Fall, .
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i gee&ezy.iBrowa ; Mississippi" at" New Or Centre: G. B., Morgan (Tennessee). .
: New York at Provide e3. Tulane vs. .
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.7' Auburn: M. J. Donahue (Yale). ,
;:Ceatre,TS. V. P. Lt Danville.. leans. Michi- .
Vanderbilt D. E. McGugin ( '
:CWM Purdse at Chicago. U. S. tyf. School vs. Oglethorpe at : I : :-- -- '
vs. '. : :
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Benning. gan). ; ,',. .- .. ,
'Furman vs. Georgia: at Greenville Camp ; -':;
Virginia: Dr. Rice Warren (Virginia < > .
Annapolis ,
Reserve at > S't
Western 0
Tech :Indiana at Cam- Navy vs. t '
: eorgia vs : >_ K-'T ---f .
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Vanderbilt,vs. Mercer' ;at:Nashville. V.. M. I.: B. ,B. Clarkson (V.M.I.). Florsheim.ShoesbudtlforiCollege men-ask for'catalog,!*
I1Boi& vs. South, Dakota at Urba- ; Bt
-j* Virginia Richmond at Charlottesville. West Virginia. : C. W. Spears (Dartmouth f J *. > *' m
vs. '
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Iowa vat Notre Dame ,at.'Iowa City., t
; W. & L.: W. C. Raferty (W. & L.) ... '
Texas. M. Whitaker (Indiana). "< -..,:w.t ,;r...'."- '
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'. Tulane: M E. Fuller (Yale). t :_ < F : ,-'(::/ : ?,;.

L Georgia: HJ..:Stegeman (Chicago) "'

,' Miss. A- &. M. F. G. Holtcamp '; ;
f .- '(Ohio). : =WOLF BROTHERS ; :
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; JHf: : #, 'Alabama: X* C. Scott (Western Re- t '1.P.--.:... .

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b '.NK Florida: W. G. Kline (Illinois). 4 .
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I ; this their alumni homecoming ;
c year on "
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.1. picked witht teams that will put upa .: / ... ::E Hardware of all\ Bias, .. __

good scrap. Despite the that ,

old stars like Sewell and'Stephensonhave .-<,...:.. .. See Us 'f-'Y '1'5'L.;......

deserted the ranks of.football i t i THE THOMAS COMPANY '-

'. an taken up the diamond the red and
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-I,4'- ',:, white can always be depended on to
as
; aura out a team that makes the bestin WEST SIDE OF SQUARELet

s \ the South give her notice. Before
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the 'Gators go to Tuscaloosa Ala-

y-:'o :, CAPT. (TOOTlE PERRY)' bama plays Sewaaee, an old rival of

: : ...... _,o ifttrodttetkm':,Ia. Soothers: football circles. He is CapJMOa -.,' Florida and Vanderbilt. So far this
o ': KKfr oTtfee, :.Fieri.. **- Alligators this year'besides carrying the extra supply year they have played only minorgames" your next Suit be a
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l : ** PHP- for" the- whole'. taei.'HUTTO.AND. like Spring Hill College and f ;

";;., Howard but by November 11 they : FASHION: PARK

r will be in the ,finest of form. Ala- .. ; '. ,
.- bama is the only team that has ever .

': : SCHOENBORN beaten the 'Gators 'in* football on : -.- : OR v ;

Tampa,j Florida Fleming Field and with this in mind < ; .

; c ':,'t IL. < ICE; CREAM, ; LUNCH ,AND, CIGARS I we should look.forward with interest ;." 'FIT FORM ...- c ; _
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that Dickson will be' back. } '
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SOLE AGENTS
t' ....,.--"->: '-.- ... .-.-- __4I .... 4 By playing Mississippi here on _
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0 It' h" i PHIFER .BROS. i
will ,: PT. STORE
we have a chance to compare
!_ : LAY ON FALL AND WIN-
.; y t I scores with Tulane. Ole Miss, defeated -,

the Medicos 14 to 0 last Saturday ..' GaiResville,,Florida.
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Large assortment: all kinds'of colors and" pure wool. they have a good team this year. To-

Oar prices: are very low. We make any styles guaranteed I morrow they play the strong Louisiana ',"
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| to fit yen.: ,7""Special offervof: 5 per cent discount to University A. and M. team that made sucha T '

Ii stints.' So drop in and let-us show you our line. t record year before last As this is
t home-coming day here we are 'glad MARABLE'S STUDIO -

a MEMBER WE GUARANTEE TO FIT YOU that such an important game has .
been scheduled.

t. NORTH SIDE SQUARE -OVER.MILLER' 'j
NICKDAMATO' I .
t 'Florida now has a percentage of I I'J.

I-: ; '.- Cleaning, .Pressing, .'RepairingE t '1,000 per cent with Camp Benning. ;' '* '' .. !

I *, ; Last year the basketball and baseball Official Photographer 8f'SeM.I'- ,for Seven Years ; i

121 A&r'UNONST. TELEPHONE' 511 I teams both defeated the soldiers ,and .
now the football 'team has downedthe

f L -. -, - -I strong military aggregation. --.4 .
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Geotee8 Sake ,Drink COMPANYIksggiMa' Jack Gold by is at last selling fertilizer V NORTON< BS I .,
DELIGHT COFFEE -
vs 4 1. "i, : Plum TTT 3GKEENBERG'S I. about: a for hundred a living.thouaand He ga$dollars. away I Pictures Art and and Gift Pictare Shop Frames H -B. M. TENCH.H; '

worth, before he found out be.could '

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Among the first to':ha ve6feeir names ,Vidal :Drug Company E'Ioida "" t$ .
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Complete Line of Gents'' FurnishingsOur oa the sick list are Charles sanford ) -
Prices Will Suit and | For Drugs Stationery, Toilet !t
William -
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I Morgan. A speedy recovery -
I' Articles, Candies'Souvenir f S H 0 :EI :Ia
SOUTH SIDE .SQUAREgpEEDIE'S is hoped for both of them. ,( Cards: Waterman Pens

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.. All the University students'extend I- -- .. I II ,

e their heartiest congratulations to Mr.
; and Mrs. George Hetcholk upon the :Boys, when you plant Seeds be : -
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sore to get the. frees
arrivajl at their home of a little baby'girL
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pLACE ,
i iggoarters 1 4 Gainesville, s t : F1eri4a

Tootie" Perry said last year that
for University> Students and Vocational Men. t
he was going to bring his kid brother
; up to be with us this'year. Well he .V.. --. -- --. -. .... .. .... .... ... ....

Jtfeet them there.'for. Soft Drinks;, Cigars To- If has arrived, but we can't see where JOHNSON'S PHARMACY I
,: .i>baceH- Candies, Stationery and Souvenir he gets that kid stuff If both of I Drugs, Medicines, Stationery, Toilet and Rubber Goods I.
Cards. < f them were; hitched up togetbey they t. We guarantee personal,attention to Prescriptions. Only
_. would look like a couple of box cars purest -drugs used. LoW' prices. Quality consicJ ioed. ,
t pn a through freight train. The kid I Gainesville, Florida. >'

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then we have, missed our guess, that's BUSINESS WITH
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Gainesville Electrical:Supply Co. THE FLORIDA. NATIONAL BANK
If Bennie Willson had been a good '
FLASHLIGHTS LAMP SHADES hill climber he would now be at "The New Million'Dollar Bank"! Resources Over $2,56,00

Washington and Lee cavorting 'round
students of 4fee
-. with the "gentlemen" ;:
I I 5'I South. Bennie was registered there
Wbefi you need anything electrical drop
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I fir, Manchester is still in charge of
tie physical culture department for ..

the rats, but when it comes to' making Popular Goods at, Popular l Prices atBURKHIM'S i
.. -' -' -- : -- -.,- them. step around "and be lively, I .
is, rival to the job.
/ i Tootle" Perry a
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.;.: STXKTAILOR ..::;: ,).' .. the most -beautiful.roooiS. ; that. has : .. f" -fH

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.:. AT .,:;"; } ->.-'i; ; ter of information,we would like to j !:. ..t
'-+.!'- '.} <'," ." to '/! -'-". >,. ..ij I--., ".. ',- t ask Mr..sAm.,Lindelie }if' it is as. soft You are always -.Y :$i
Alteration I "- '--..GleaningPressing: : f t and sweet %s the' one that affected I : ,- x -.' ::t,
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.. ... It didn't take Major Van 'alert BOWERSSHOESTORECoffie : : ;
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., the. student body. Every day he'caaf' in and, make yourself at borne :':- '
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be* Fleming Field inatrU ting < : :, .
seen on East Main Sk-ee1, Sew '( > fF ,
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CAFETERIA
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to play real foootbalL The Major 1 .' i '
and former football star at West :==
was a ,
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DINING takes a man such as he is to make .I 3 :

FLORIDA drilling a real pleasure, instead of\d j THE UNIVERSITYr STORE
extend a most I
drudgery. Major we
I yites you to take your meals with them while IB the city., ..
Strictly American, all home cooking. A variety of foods cordial welcome to you. Basement Language Hall -

['served all hours of day until 12 p. m. Prices cheap as any "Chapel Kid" alias "Deuce of Diamonds ".t ,
!" ce., New Line of
University
Jewelry aM Station.Large
," commonly known as Johnny -t;. 'Er. r/
108 East Main: Street Hall, has become so dignified this, Ass&rtlReat' Pennants, FreshmawCapa i'Memery

summer living in the legal atmosphere Books Etc.Everything ,:"< r

'of Jacksonville, that it's hard to ..",.. !
take him for the same person. However ; For the Student s
it is predicted that it won't beg : ss.
DORAN'S BICYCLE SHOP very long before he will come down: _-:. .' : i. :'r L-i j ",,""" .;, : ..
East Main Street to earth again and,concede to 'mi -- J !
BICYCLES, ACCESSORIES AND REPAIRS | g1e./with his former "proletariate' < |f-------------------1! r,

BBJiaahijhjji friends. v f fIt K.ICE.8'f: \ .
For
Ladies and ;_"
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SEE -KESSLER ; |! .possessor that. Dizzy of a new Jones law is the book.proud.He I t.Pfione... ...587. ... ....,... -. .. -.-... --,. .Gamesvige... .... ....Fferi4a.CHESNUTS ... ... ..!.' ..t.--.:,
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CALL NUMBER .9 J the book and.Dizzy', are getting along SOUTH SIDE SQUARE -.- ..-.

fl- - .... .I. fine. I Electric: Shoe .Repair Department Work Guaranteed t" ,

in the ,I SHOE SHINE PARLOR _"
From other Universities .
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ridge, of Washington '& Lee, Walter '

GAINESVILLE-- 'FURNITURE. COMPANY : Graves, of Was iDgton. and Lee, Edward AMERICAN SHOE REPAIR COIPANYRi Ri-: ,
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Woodberry, of' Washingtoa F
Victrolas and Records Lee, Gus Beasley, of West Point AND SHINE PARLOI ,
.i.Norman Home, of Georgia Tech, -
Hudson of the University ef $
'James- Lo is_:des. Paopr w.. .
Georgia, and Gaines, of Tennessee. *
D. R. Cox, Proprietor : : : Telephone 86 : :These Florida boys have finally realized : 115 W. MAIN' 'STREET, N. PHONE 131
that kaewfeage,gamed at U. of t"-it- ,
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:" t f '.* vER CAMP', itk. 'Gator .Cafeteria=* fened its ,

...ter for ,bsateees :last, Wednesday

r }.t iCotiaaed'fi', Psle Due) t in ,tine;['new buSdiBg north ofNall

tilig play aDd .tired m < [ and 'opposite the West
of: > University 'It .fe* eea-
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'a les.of'two .yawls a w!* l d rig % :every detail,- serving meals

:- Crk*,, in fork; ?ugh Pun nie t noass' for the students.

'c terida's! _. 42. ya4, l i H f.,.' Carlton ,, :has: been overlooked ,by its
: :in making it The Eats Em.
a; ir eateky Florida first, +
forward pass by ;Dixon _teE i and at the start its future

yrd The half ended with very promising. ..

'OB. BenwmgV;:4S' yard line.s :. UR ?er'9 ty' steals: ; Otis J:: ; LL4 ; flI !Ni iNY

i1- ; > ,p!,: .. :'_ : : ...Fraaklla, West:, sad_ Truma1t A
f Crist 'kicked off for Bentti! ; are the owners and managers-

I Cfcrltori' ;) hie.t f' med' 4 .& -new 'enterprise and deserve a

; fc iI wud 'pans, Dixon Jo'" Carit&n.e4 credit for shouldering su h a ;: '

i tpie4ed.fc Dixon punted to. sThlIitY. .- :, :t' .

: fantry ,.-vi. marlc, Benning
d wJ i ;"' ''_ 'tried' off't td ; NOt-Si':Good ,1N ,'

,;! ; eeI$ o*' two,' Young .Thing You're-},,the .

through the right of the: Baa. l :I've' never hugged or kissed a r

attempted )to peat,:but "was ; ..
:' :; aid ,Florida recovered' c the .b l' hfUl Lizzard I" believe i you, If ; 1S
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: the Doagfaboy ,20-yard 'lilts: fJ any" experience you'd have at

i first doW -Renfro went J' powder off my Iapel.-

;' t Gk.e.,1w.Ji'&ftitI\a yards.: ., Jtf : :? Topics? 'Nr *&-*.-. ',,), '_ .: Ort FNn9NG BOA' QN
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; gained, ,throe,;but bat, teams_ .-_--'',,--',_ <, .-L._ F.MPi&iS' > () renNCC' ti MP/t f5+5' OfF PA E
; offside. Carlton thea west ;- Liberal Wife t ,

; i Tfet steel for 13 yards and the l (to attractive; husband-I Among the men who manage y n -

j -,, : : H&reof tfce gsMie., Dixoa ,, you kissed the new. 'cook. Wil] transportation systems all over the I
a&eaapt aV goaL SCore 4 world are many who began life in
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f" lafaMry' Moti, 0. Adams. -?Why-::er-no-" small American towns. Such'a'ou'eis

: oC.for Penning te ,Newton, "Well 'George M. Bosworth Chairmanof
:- stupid ,what, are
: r ;. tiartsed' five :yank, F t for? the, Canadian Pacific Steamships
:: 1g; ; And yoa"; know ,ii',.,Limited with headquarters at Mon
.'i t d vm Outheir 2 -yaJl' mark. ,time we had to get her!"- .treal whose ships sail from Montreal '!
t HHHI sustained: r a. severe i Topics: r and Quebec. to Europe,- and : '.,
l .i tIt 6 play and was 'ouC Newton : .. from Vancouver to the.Orient. The
: I seven yards :'round.rpt, s & man who tills this responsible post
.'-.. Wise Boy was born Qgdensburg, N. Y., in
't t ..laftde i antdawn:> throog!< >the. -"Johnny,, stand and 1858, and began his railway careeras
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; i '. B afro JgaiB&,one yard- ;about mp.are.*'* an office boy in, his home town
->: how many sexes there, at a of$25 month. .
i 1 : end. i Bixon punned to Spettel, wage per
"Three.
: : The story of/.his" rise Is that of to say nothing of hordes of Chinese the
< returned. 15, yards, ,making: other Americana who have reached Empress of Scotland both be-
lter-"Wat are, they! laborers toworkbekIndtke Uses
inj operated in the
t.F I .d& run: Wilson .lost two r -"Male ,sex, female sex, high goals; hard work, was his program and vast stores of munitions and and the Tirpitz 19.300f-Atlantic renamel service, I
i tackle. Spettel was thrown : : tS -: -The Pathfinder! and promotion his objective. food. A number. were sunk but, Empress of China, now being 1Oft.
7 I loea of two' ore. ,Rebtftfion oat After ward in climbing the'States several,h'eroHed rungs up. tQ Canadian Pacific quickly vrepIaen'and -1 vented into an oil-buiner, which IriJl
to
: Ji&e.'G has vines augmented be, in the Pacific service together
placed
: a .orojcen' arm on ,this 'piay., first down. Pos&eroy tried Canada-882,to-becom a.Assistant ft;*'fleet until Mr. Boaworth with the,Empress of Caa-

3 .{.. tried,'l left e d,. bat no gain I for no -gain. Pomeroy was Freight lines Agent ofr of;the the Ontario aDd has today;'-thirty-two, in operation ada Empress of'Asia and. Cznpreu
Canadian '
I Horifara yald4 Qaebec Pacific. arid1W Among those *
:pasted to 38- aloss recently of Russia which, will enable the
for six Promotions followed
of
yards 'by steadily acquired are four German: Canadian Pacific
Florida to maintain a
first
down. Reafro
'. an on. ,the, next play. Florida until he now fills the highest post ships The Ko &ig Fried 'August fortnightly service between Van-
two ,aho&t'rtght end. hut in the Company's steamship ser ,
m : 9,500 ton8resamedtheMontrealoperatediB
g, for time and was penal vice. conYer-and the Orient.
gaJa the It'attempt, I the Mediterranean
on Mr. Bosworth
n I is a great Believer
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yards referee. Dixon Iladtr his administration .
ve by the
: errke the' Prinx
I Hie m'idtiI of the line ,Carlton Canadian ; Friedrkh. Wil- in oil-fuel all of the new ships bum
Pacific boats
beyond the Infantry .goat dW'.pteclid helm. 1.soe tons, and the Kakerin oil acid the other large_.'passenger
,around left. slid, but was war service,' carrying troops ABg1Hte Victoria. 25,)00
first down on the 20-yard tons renamed carriers are being converted Into
BWo ,for loss of Allah_ Americans and Canadians, 'tHEmpreu oftorj
s a one, yard- ,A pass :by Spettel was recov mule I and eil-b mers.I .
kicked .to .Spettel who ----
:retaraed
Tolbertt Florida was .
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a a cfwas penalized five yards. An Biker was born M nilaois In 1808,j his disregard for human cotnpialfhjp
life. Spettei triad: taekIe'f&r I
yet;making 'more> ,to, pass by McQnarric:: was Stories of Br and west west.witha. ,fur-trading I .". Jt I be ame .known_ .. 6y ev Y
two
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t On the next attempt Scoll ; party about 1823. !. as "Lonesome Cbarle7.I ."
f: afeMp(. Wilson, made*: ;'jw" recovered a free fumble on L Great Scouts W@ Ji
tlloisgki the:middle line, Crist g 45-yard line..The 'J time he \jas; attacked hy two-,full.II the. expIpraUoaJof the YelkJciounu71

,eel to Iteafwho vet med : kd_ quar Western,Newspaper'Union.: 'frown grizzly', bearS. fI'h ojl)Id scout ,t |11873 During his exp<
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r yacde'_to;,|be 44-yard .osark >o; =. The 'Line. -,. was armed onlywith tlstoug t hunting ,tloo :. wo' fnofTensfve civilians *
Upb
Bet down. OLD- JIM' BAKER'S DUEL WITH A 1 Imife, but after a terrific struggle In Custerg,command were murder
School-Louisell, re;, FRENCHMAN ,'i which he was almost topieces the,
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.L' 'D'-'ed"'" ",iF'> torn -. t Indians: The next ,year,
t : :' J rt; Zilermang: ;; Wessels, be killed both bears.. _** : Reynold,: R'as attending a son
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Carlton aw*** 't ue yads ar ngpaug: Ig; Adams, It; Gee, Next to Uncle Bill Hamilton's duel :, In 1857 Baker was a :guide and pf, the SIovjx jjear.Fort A. !&#

right cad .Re 1fro- made no g q; Waltz, rh; Chapman;. with the Englishman the' strangestone : I scout for' Gen Albert 'Sidney :Johnston ', N. 'D.. he heard1 a young chief o
Iota end play A forward :pass, (capt)' f. in frontier history was that which ori bin expedition 'against 'the ..Mor Rain-Io-the-Face boast of the as*

OR to Carttofi, was incompleted. -Duncan re; Doty, rt; Ro- Old Jim! Jim Baker friend of Kit Carsofi, mans la Utahw. Keturning from that of the two men. Charley reported i
tea tried the: Kae for one more. I Bridger and Uncle Dick Woottoa, Wp ,be: wandered back, to Colorado to Custer. and Raln-ln-the-Face
ida first e. rg; Perrjr (capt.), c; Scott,. fought with a Frenchman In the early and became one of the first settlers arrested and Imprisoned. Lajer
doVe A; ,pass, Dixon rieh. It ,
; Swanson le; Ren days of Wyoming. Baker
Carlton hadestate) of Denver. Later In life Old Jim drifted escaped and sent back his now6vow
Retted three "
.Dfeten punted yards, I r CarltOn. rh; Newton, Ih; Dix-, lashed' a trading store where the ore. to northern Colorado On the of vengeance e of the whole! &
to the
Infantry- c 'trail crossed the Green ,
river. H* banks of the Little Snake river he family* .
1i e. Infantry .first down. b} periods: .'. was doing a good business with the built a block house which became areadezvpos "Lonesome Charley" was with .

lent fire yard.! on a fumble. School ...,,,....0,() 0 0 0-0 emigrants passing over the trail HUt for all :of his old trapping .,.ter during the exploratioo ot-

xaaa 'made three on a skin ,.,.?, ._ ..-. .....,006t-e. a Frenchman opened lip a rival .store cempanloas and a place of refuge Black hlll! 'In.-1S74. ,Whfrn go!&1
try. XcQ anie' panted to & :-Infantry. : School nearby. A qearrei between the two when the Indians: went 'on the war discovered, at .Custert request
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who wa*'downed. ia his tracks. men soon resetted. pats. rode'' 150. miles through a *
ida ,fir&t down.. .Reatn; ,went 'dir er for Chapman Peekingpaugh c1itlo:for:Robin-Loui-- Both The quarrel). 'ended fa-. challenge., Baker died In 1898 after a life that swarming! _with hostile Indians t! 1
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ceater 1erfOVlr : men 'raa to their cabins; seized .lad' been filled :withmore adventure _tsramse. Wyo- In '-48 Dour ana
yards- Perry L M 4 anie, Smith for pistols and. from the of
Wa ,4he Waltz doors of theft flan that of any; other >man of his to the world the first new
two
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mere> 'aext try. for Weasels, Wilson for K D- cabins which were -only about 100 .tfese. excepting pooatbiy OM. Jha discovery,causlag_ ,a"Stampede-of 1
lest five yard*. ,on an offside pen for Robinsen, H&B&eH for yards apart, they began firiag-at: "each Briefer. wheee close friend he was."LONESOME ems Into that region.

ea' ,the Bextplay., Pomeroy' : iing for Bijto,* Ellis for other Neither- was.-hart at the .first _. When Caster started on bit
towed.for

attempted* end Tun, Dixon :! I for Sims, ,total, 13, Jim their had aim been drinking :heavily,. ,and" : CHARLEY_ltEy.I I ,.Reinoldd was offered the posItfoI"

Sf)ettel 'on the 22-yard ,Kne.: \ : Burnett for Duncan, !Thee the was duelists unsteady.: ) OLDS, CySTER'S SCOUT I chief.! guide -
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try frt down.. Spettel retired to their Many noted served with Cen
opened
: r- Doty
: Perry for Rosen- rooms loaded their guns again Id, ,era) Custer .during his, Indian ,
k his aerial attack
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bat the
; pass Duncan for taking another -
.Swanson Merrin drink to keep up thetacourage jelg s., but his favorite of 'themall JI
incomplete{ A second ,attempt H. :Thomas for they opened fire -
; Burnett, once mere. was Charles Reynolds( ; knows- ,, .
salted ia a viree fumble. which for Swaasofi"; Merrin.for Dix The bullets few; u:wild. For several "Lonesome Charley. In the. early as DR' ,'TENCH

r d .11P I' c'k ; rs&n for Newton; Stanley hours the duel continued, each., ,man seventies 'BeynoMs was.a Tiuoter for. Dentist *

try first down.:A pass, pe Pomeroy for Carlton At becoming'last more,>unsteady all'the :tip- tits garrison at Fort Rice N: D.. Bei I Office Graham BuildmgOffice '
HeaaMi, vis.t tercepted by the lot Duncan total 12.= :- finding themselves unable to was a ,quiet little man who lived : <
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hit* eat other Phone :lies.
"they
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gave It'u to to himseir ;
:; tars oa the 1I* aiEg 28-yard : .. v and preferred to- Fh
disgust, and
the IM jl
oddest duel la'Kte- t?aione. no matter Aow .many hos-. 35S-J _
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