The Florida alligator
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028291/00336
 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 21, 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>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 24, 1912)-v. 65, no. 74 (Jan. 31, 1973).
General Note: Summer issues also called: Summer school ed., <1915>-1920 and again in 1923; summer issues also called: Summer ed., <1921>.
General Note: Has occasional supplements.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000972808
oclc - 01410246
notis - AEU8328
lccn - sn 96027439
System ID: UF00028291:00336
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Preceded by: Orange and blue
Succeeded by: Independent Florida alligator

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"I've }lost my wife," exclaimed an That little curl of dark brown hair -

BEFORE ORANGE AND i excited male. shopper in a large de- FOR BAPTIST BOYS Which hovers near her 'cheek, HOLDS MEETINGTO ,

Fartment'store. "She was right here Will dance about most everywhere,
ONSLAUGHT beside me a moment:ago and I Mischievous as a freaki.\ :
BLUE now NOW .-
can't find her." ON CAMPUSThe *,*-!' FORMULATE PLANS

'"Bargains in spirts two aisles to I Once when our heads were'. closely

Florida Beats Georgia Boys 7 to your left," replied the floorwalker Newly Organized Baptist bent &\\\'.\ -
Florida Will be Well RepresentedThis
O'er photographs she had
0 Scoring in First Half. Club is
to Have Club Houses
Year in Debating Circlesof
That :
little curl not quit content
Looked Like Walk Away, but 'on U. of F. Campus.
the South by Corps
I Romped on my ear as mad.: a off
Mercer Strengthened. Betty-I met a fellow last night Able Debaters.
that .was a regular cavalier. : At the initial meeting of the Bap- |
Mercer showed a good defense BettY-A I tist boys'"club of the University, Then quickly leaped across:my,cheek
here last Saturday and held the 'Ga- who handsome young map I Rogers, secretary of the State Mission r.1 Into my mouth, uncouth, The Debating Cminci'. composed:'
takes '
touchdown though their. a young lady to the theatre To prove it was not really weak, of one student ,representative from
tors to one : takes her Board, addressed the fellows and : (
goal was in danger almost constantly I back in to dine, brings -her: outlined plans-for a $50,000 home for 'I I .Jt caught about my toot.B\ each of the five colleges Cn the campus
a taxi, sees her to'the door > met In joint session with the fac::;
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*except in the third quarter. Flor-! and the 'Baptist'boys at the University. A V\ t.
says good-night without 'The: curl's still 'Ker-cheek ulty committee debating last Mon-
even : on
saucy on ,
ida made eighteen first downs to 1 I lot was purchased by the Baptists
asking her
three for Josh Cody's boys, hilt,,I I II Jack for a kiss. I several years ago, with the view to i iI ,. But things are not the:'Mth-: afternoon in Language HaIL Many
I -We don't call them cava- For now we never stop to'speak- important, matters were brought up
when danger threatened the Georgians eventually establishing just such a
liers around here.Betty I She thinks'that I'm to ,biinne. concerning the debating schedule 'for E
held and kept the Florida score 1 home as Dr. Rogers outlined. At .
No =Jib.-W. the coming season. Suggestions.
lov. ? .. What. -do. ycu call the time there were only a few Baptists -
them! < :: :. ,t were made that .some definite actionbe
Kline did not uncover ; at the University but the num-
Coach ,
anyplaFs Lawrence-Where do you ,bathe? taken this year on the part of i
but played straight football Jack-Just plain suckers. ber .has grown to over 200, and Dr. Gordon In the spring. "the faculty and the council to arouse

throughout. The individual stars of Rogers said he believed it was time Lawrence): -I didn't ask yqu when, more interest and enthusiasm in public -
the game were Duncan and Pomeroy,LIBRARY RECEIVES j ito launch the work on what has- beena I asked you where. speaking ahd debating on the
Felder Mercer.The dream in the past. [
for Florida, and for campus. It was agreed by*all that

little Mercer quarter returned a!i. NICE The lot on which the house will be' INTER MURAL GAMES this phase of student activity is_ as
punt for one of the prettiest plays of DONATION OF built is just west of the Guy home equally important as any other, and
the Duncan ripped holes in t and is 300x106 feet. The proposed
game. that the literary societies ought to_
Hewer's line and eluded t structure will contain PROMISE A CHANCETO
Pomeroy I VALUABLE BOOKSThe a swimmingpool encourage' debating more than they
tacklers around end for long ,and library, cafeteria rnd in the i> have done in the past "'- -
frequent gains. Both lines deserve rear will be tennis courts and volley i
I ALL STUDENTSInterClass l I The council, being i in posession of1letters
credit for 'strong defensive work. American Library Association ball courts. There will be a man At I ,i and contracts from Tennessee

Mercer invariably held in the shadow Recently Donated the U. the house.to teach the Bible and arrangements -i I I South Carolina and Louisiana,*

of her goaL ,Florida's line kept Mercer of F. Library 500 Volumes of will be made with the I College and Frat. .requesting that the University of

from ever threatening to score. New Works. University authorities to give college Athletics, Headed by Dr. Manchester Florida carryout the debating 'arrangements :
Capt. Tbotie Perry was again theI I credit for this work. I
Will Add New Zest the coming year as she
I star on defense. The University library has been I Dr. Rogers said that he would pre to College Athletics. has in the past, unanimously voted
If Florida received the kick off. fortunate in receiving a donation of i sent the plans to the Baptist convention !j that these contracts be accepted and
] Florida made first down and then five hundred volumes from the Amer- I which meets in :Miami in Di-I I i The official schedule for the inter-!I closed as early as possible. "

|1 "was forced to punt. Mercer failed I.I ican Library Association. These cember, and that he would give them I|class and inter-college football>> games 1 Plans were made, to arrange a deb_.
1 to gain, fumbled the second play and books would cost over $1,600; they the -names, of every Baptist boy atj for the season of 1921, has just been bating schedule with Alabama State
1 Tootle Perry recovered With the I are the latest revised editions in excellent the University and urge upon them j!:release( for publication. Below is University or Mississippi State Uai-

j ball on Mercer's fifteen-yard line bindings and are virtually un the need for such a religious, recreational f the schedule as it appears to date: versity this year.
| Florida played straight football and I used. They are of up-to-date current center. i October 28-Arts and Science Col (
| Canton went across on the. forth subject matter and treat subjects At the meeting officers for the club I legevs.. Teachers College The officers for the council were

| down for a touchdown Wilsky which are of practical use to Univer- were elected. J. B. Walker, of Baker i October 29.Law College vs. Agricultural elected as follows: C. l. --Crofton
I .. president J. F.
f lucked goal. sity students, such as history, eco- was elected president; H. C.I I College. -"** ; vice-preaH. l
| The game looked like a: wfclkaway nomics, travel, political science, as Johnson,of Holt W3.S. elected vice- November 2-Winner of October cent; ..J. B. Walker, secretary; W. J*
Yarnoff, treasurer and C. L. Walker
| for the 'Gators, but Mercer strengthened well as engineering, and the sciencesas president; E. F. McLaln, of Greensboro -' 28 game vs. Engineers. ,
I and the 'Gators failed to score chemistry and biology. They secretary-treasurer; C. E. Ab- November 11-Finals: .- reporter. 4 r

i again in the first half, though they cover a very wide range of subjects .bjstt, of Ft. Green, sergeant at arms, The inter-class games will be I The council passed a ruling that it
!I j vere within twenty-yard line twice. These books have been distributed I and Tom Sales, of Tallahassee, and staged on November 12, 19 and on ; propose to the several literary .:socie .

I Duty was injured in the first play. among the various training camp libraries I C. W. Persons, lepqrters. Thanksgiving Day. On October 29 ties plans whereby "rat-debating.
f and Scott was substituted. Duncan t and, upon the demobilizationof At the organization of the club by the Tampa Ex-College Stars are contest be staged between the various :

l I and Pomeroy made the gains of the the forcesand the subsequent reduction laws were presented and will be passed scheduled to meet the third team of colleges as soon as ptd&sibleXThls
! quarter. Mercer made one first of the camps the volumes on at the next meeting.Dr. the University in. semi-mortal com- it "is hoped will stimulate debating

,f. down on a penalty. Fielder's long here returned to the American Library Fulk gave a talk on the work tat. Also on Thanksgiving Day the and develop material* for the intercollegiate f
return of a punt came in the third Association. The associationthen that the people interested in the West- Practice High School team of the teams. ,

; jparter. Tootie Perry threw: ,him sent them out proportionately to ern colleges,are doing in the lines of Teachers College will.go to Live Oak J. B. W

after forty yards. Mercer played the state library commissions of all providing! recreation, and wholesome I 1 k engage the Live Oak high school

- 'an offensive part of ,third quarterbat the states. As Florida had no such i I atmosphere for the men of their team. LOCAL LAUGHS

made few gains. Florida played commission, the books were sent to -hurches.: Prof. Rogers of the college t Aside from the above it js expected f
a brilliant fourth quarter. the state library at Jacksonville. Au- of agriculture made a falk on the that) several important games will Prof. Simpson in Math-Give me E

Pomeroy, Duncan and Carlton kept. thorities there decided the books j t.bject of recreation for boys in col. le staged between the third team and the different liquid 'measures.I .
corroborated what had al- t I others. It is I Pup -Gills, pints, quarts, gallons -
the ball almost constantly inside the would serve, to a better purpose at 'e re and t impossible to announce
twenty-yard line. The game ended I the state university.The ,-..j dy been said. the dates of these games at present. -do you... want me to go any farther

with the ball on Mercer's fifteen-yard library now has over 18,500 I Among;.the visitors from town were However, negotiations are in progress ?
line. volumes, a very great majority of I I W'. G. Boltin, H. J. Babers and J. M. I II i with the ,idea of arranging to Prof. Simpson-No'o you could

The game was hard fought and I which are live volumes, that is, useable O ilvie. These gentlemen msde short 'I I j! meet the following teams: ,'-' have stopped with a pint. That usu-
well played. -, and in current circulation. Asa I alks on the project and praised it i itt | Springfield Athletic Club of Jack- ally is all I want.
Florida (7) Positions Mercer_(0) small library it is one of the most I erv way. ![ sonville. (
Left end efficient covering virtually all subjects This new club house will probably ;I j,! The A. and M. College.. of Douglas Dr. Steik-There is something

. Swanson .._..._...________ Smith as well as* any demands may Vi under way of construction in thaI Ga. J wrong with this experiment. It calls
Left tackla need. car:y part of the spring. It will not t Normal A. and-M. SchooL.->O f Norman for dissolving a dime in acid. Did*

"Wuthrich __U,..,....,. ,,., .., Simmons r only provide recreation for the Baptist Park, Ga. i\ z you do that?
Left guard .. Quarterback (? boys now at the university, but Stetson University. 't.;V-,. Chem.} I Stude-I didn't have a

H. Perry .._n______ Lancaster.'"j Carlton _.._..__. ---M Felder it is expected that it will attract- Rollins College. :v&v dime, so T used two nickels.
Center Right half many new students to this great in- Florida :Military Academy.

Wilsky .._.._____...__.__ Johnson Renfro __... _. I Cecil stitution. Dr. Manchester state that the outlook -" J nox-Why do girls wear hair
i Left half for the 1821 season is brighter nets?
Right guardC.
Perry ....______.._ ?_,...-..._...- Rhea Duncan _....._..,.. ..*..-_ Harmon Math. Teacher (trying( to teach unknown -1 I than ever "before.: The teams are- Marie To keep their hair in, of
Fullback in Algebra)-.What is an unknown composed of better material than course. _
, Doty ..._.....__ ...._. .,-..-ai-.._..- Dasher Newton Welch ? heretofore and exhibit a spirit and Knox-Wrong; they wear them 'b
" Right end Referee; Buie, Davidson: linesman, Absorted student (dreamily)-A enthusiasm that should Jb: .very grat- keep the "rats" from. drowning in'th*-
.' fellow wants to know. ifying to all University'footb U fans. marcel
rnett ..... ._...__..... Irwin, Haseltine, Tampa. girl a wave.

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this mode of thanking Miss Lillie
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I May Leonard in behalf of the student .
Norma Talmadge in body for the following verses .

"PASSION FLOWER" sent to us for the Florida men's approval ,
and Wednesday and to be sung to the tune of ',
Tuesday -
"March of the Men of Harlech." This t. t"".,

". THE AFFAIRS OF AN- tune does not exactly fit the words as ..

ATOL"All they stand but can be very satisfac- ..- .
Star torily used. Will. some of the students : : -nut s'
try to find a tune for these .

= Thursday-"WHEN LIGHTS ARE verses, which run as follows: : vet Oh Store .
University of Florida tune: "Marchof "
LOW" the Men of Harlech." : C2l .

Friday 1. V lf\ the heart of Jacksonville- .. -

"WITHOUT BENEFIT OF University of Florida- .

CLERGY" Sunbeams light and pinetrees shade .,.. "

Saturday- to those who made you, A LIVE STORE FOR f \. ..
Billie Burke in We, your children bring. o


SON" Every room and stair and hallway 1 "
Whispers of past joy and labor; a.
Peaceful tool or shining sabre 4
Continuous Show-3:30 to 11:00
Shall your praises ring. If you caitt' ; come, write us and we'll, fill your wants.
Florida's creation, ,
I' Best in all the nation, ..

Our country's need .

SPORTING GOODS We'll ever heed.
And yours our inspiration.
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.'. Oh! Floridian Alma Mater,

i Tennis Football Gift of God! the great Creator II
Baseball Basketball Surely there is none that's greater- L-. --4II --. .... ... __ __ -. .... __. ... -. ... .
t Praise to you we sing. THE IDEAL COLLEGE MAN
2. I
r Bedding
QUALITY-SERVICE. University of Florida, The requirements for the ideal col- o Pillow Cases,
Gay the birds and blossoms 'round lege man have been set forth by the
Sheets Blankets
you; girls of Drake University, accordingto t ,

Baird Hardware Co.J. We rejoice that we e'er found you the co-eds there, a perfectly proper I -
And your faculty. man must meet fifteen conditions. RIBBONS-RlBn'oN
Winter's sons and summer's daugh: The requirements are as follows: I -
tersSinging 1. He must make a good appearance .. MADE TO. SPECIAL. ORDER tI

W. M'COLLUM\ & CO. working through the hours. but .:need not be handsome. $
DRUGGISTSTHE Building on their native powers 2. He must be careful in personal t We Keep Everything for Your Room.

REXALLSTORE Build true liberty. appearance,but not a "dandy." t ,, .
Agents for Florida's creation, 3. He must be jolly, accommodating Y ,

Liggetts and. Norris Candies Best in all the nation, considerate, and a true sports- t
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Gainesville Fla. We'll live, to serve i man. -. .
And never swerve 4. If an athlete and meeting other

From this, our destination.Oh requirements so much the better, but t .

J. S. BODIFORDand Floridian Alma Mater, if not athletic it need not detract. tt S,
Wisdom's fairest radiator 5. He must be a good"conversation- t .,
Sending light to less and greater, alist and realize that a girl,is not flat- .",

COMPANYDruggists Praise to you we sing. tered by having nonsense talked at 1 4II 4II 4II 4II --= .. .... _..

her all the time. -
: Phone 32
Patronize;'Gator advertisers. 6. He must show respect and rev .

erence to the aged.- .. : Let your next Suit be aFASHION
". __ ua _ _......... 7. He must show the same gentle-
; manliness with"men as with women : .

t Kelley-Miller Music Company t 8. He must.:not sit serenely in the PARK

DEALER street car while.an old man or an oil :
woman stands and then arise suddenly OR
t Phonographs and Records. I and offer a seat to a pretty girl .
Lat&t Sheet Music. String Instruments and Supplies He must not drink or smoke
.A... _.-. -. -- ... -. ... -- ... -. -. -- .... -. -. .....U A or.9.be guilty of the attendant evils. i PITFORM
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1 10. He must not sneer at religion .

or joke lightly about it. i PHIFER BROS. DEPT. STORE

11. The young women recognize no 4.
P I r difference in standards for men and .
I. ,. Gainesville Florida 1
for women and declare such distinctions | 4 !
5 UNIVERSITY MEN as false. .. ........""., I

12. The young women can only ....-...N.. ....................".,.....'. ...... ....-A A ........-.....A .!
I Demand truly respect those men who live by .. ......,

value and t style principle and not by others opin- I i E

4 Society Brand Clothes ions. (j SPORTING GOODS ,
13. The young women recognize Football
woman's influence'over the
young Baseball
Hanan Shoes, Manhattan Shirts, Knox'Hate_ young man's conduct, but do.not hoi Hardware- of all. Kinds

the woman responsible for the i
f Are 'featured lines in the Giddeons Store.. young young man's conduct. See Us
14. The young women expect respect THE t : "
:? Mall
orders THOMAS
a specialty. COMPANY
for their opinions and respectfor .
the things which others esteem, Phone 22 .

and they admire reverence for relig. WEST SIDE OF SQUARE '

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15. The women want the same

dignity and reserve in the men that

t HENRY GIDDENS the men expect and ask for in them. ELIWITT'CIGARCO.
The "Baraca Special" leaves the \_*V
of Buckman Hall' about 9:30 ,
corner -*
Sunday mornings.For BUSINESS"w::

every woman who makes a TAMPA, FLORIDA :'

f[ fool out of a man there is another Tampa # V ,
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woman who makes a man out of a Hava Tampa r

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*4 K. K. Hanson and Ozzy Bie, Editors + %
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: -' not good enough i
-..Florida will have a Glee Club this struments for the first tryout,1, ., :
under the leadership of- musi. Harold Klock is taking the lead 'in I. .
organizing the club and is ? in Porter's Fitform Clothes for young
d.1 director Brown. Last Thursday trying to L
make arrangements for some trips men and older men who want to stay t
meeting was called at the Y.
I1g'ht! a throughout the State. Under the young. In the tailoring of these sup- .
about students
and twenty
IL urged C. A-out with their stringed in- leadership of these two men, and t. ,fr' erby styled garments the "easy way" : .
with the hearty co-operation of the .
e ja makes way for the better way and
T- .... .. .... student body, there is no doubt but S
:.. 411 what "How fine can they be made? crowds .
Florida will have a great Glee I q
f out the usual manufacturing '
Club this question
NORAH 'I' i -'Howfast.. can they be made. '*. -
I Francis Parker used to have a .- < _' .. '. .
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Art and Gift Shop marcel wave in his hair, but now the :. ,'. "I.-...*J -: < .

Pictures and Picture Frames o., t. tide has gone out and there is nothing -+. % / ... ,. ..
left but the beach.
...... ... ... .." : titi' / WE EARNESTLY INVITE EVERY ..

Everything Elcetrical 0 I Rat Semilof a shining light of 110/ f < IAN OF TWENTY, TO .
spontaneous oratory in the Law Cot:
JOS. J. SEYKORA I lege, attracted much attention in i THREE TIMES< TVENTY."TO' :

phone 107 Gainesville: Fla. t t4I John Marshall last week by the extemporaneous ; : SEE THE NEW: FALL STYLES ..

4I 4I speech he made on """'' .. .' WITH' THE SUGGESTION : .

:...,"ooo+oos__ "The Spirit Here Difference and in Between New York.College" He ,e PITFORM' THAT THE PORTER LABEL IS +
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See I said that the spirit a rat gets here is ) AN ADDITIONAL GUARAN .
Vidal Drug Company t never forgotten as long as he lives. .
For Drugs Stationery Toilet il" t'y :
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Articles Candies A reproduction of the Dempsey-
..Souvenir.... .. Cards... ...Waterman... -Pens-I Carpentier fight was staged in back : ;' ti. :" ;:,: ,'; ./ ;.. :
the last ; d
of Law College Monday
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t Roland Granot, Carpentier,
W. S. DORSEY & CO. ,|
and Roland Moss, Dempsey. Granpt '

; Everything in Groceries I was very anxious to show Moss that : .. Everything Men and Boys Wear .
For Goodness Sake Drink t f all s good fighter has to do is to hit .'... \- s
one blow and make it land in, the
DORSEY'S DELIGHT COFFEE j right- place. All that .Moss did was: : '.

to ,show Granot that he needed a .

I little more practice. i. :

::8 'H. 0 E.S Rat Owens and Edgar Warren .
have already hung out their shingle .

H B.M._ TENCH H, announcing their law partnership. i -
Jacksonville: Corner
Bay and Laura
Warren was in the Ag College for a i

while last year, but wishing to spreadthe .
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bull otherwise than with a shovel,I. -, .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- ........A.AA..AA6.... ... ... ... .. ... ........". r..... ...................A..a... ... ..... ... ... .... .....
he entered the Law College, Warren
E Florida E will furnish the brains if are
any Judge Cockrell has been conduct- Friebele Hendry, Clay Lewis, Nor Greene spent the week-end at Ocala 11 1 I
needed, to carry on_ the __business. ;
ing some interesting classes in crim- man Harne, Ed Greene and Otis I last week.
::8 all the vocal
t H 0 E S I whiles Owens will do inal law lately, and has apparently --. < I I
work. -- f '
; ; l l4I gotten next to his boys hearts on a ".
certain subject. It must be an inter
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UNIVERSITY MEN j Johnie Hall shocked all the conventionalities )
'; t of the community the Basement Language Hall

other night by rushing springtimejust .
Who patronize the White House Dining Room have the sat- t eight months too soon. If it had New Line of University Jewelry and Stationery,

isfaction of knowing they will enjoy the finest service and t snowed that night like it started to, Large Assortment of Pennants. Freshman Caps j
he never would have been found.
most delicious food obtainable. Table d'Hote Meals\ $1.00. t Memory Books, Etc.Everything .

\ t HJB-Do you think that the moon] For the Student I
For reservations and arrangements concerning dinner parties influences the tides?

banquets, receptions, balls,' weddings. 'or fraternity t She-No, only the nntides. k ':::; f i iI ii

conferences, please see the Manager. i --I l# =. -ns:=. -: -- J'k -"-"'
Physics, Prof. (making up class
I' t roll): "Any N's?" UNIVERSITY MEN! .
i Tables may be reserved for any regular meal. Telephone. 295. t Student (inback of room):"Nunn"WANTEDA I E

Y You are always
.: : : ,t microscope im good
s I condition, to find a'senior's moustache I I' Welcomed atIt I Ij
after four weeks' of unhindered '

Thomas. ...
GAINESVILLE'S SOCIAL CENTER i I It Come in and make yourself at home

. t "Adam, let's turn over a new leaf." .
i East Main Street, South
I "Why, Eve, my dear. it's only Sat. A
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ber Shop, Billiards, Pressing Club, Bus Service, Postoffice. xt

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1 EDITORIAL DEPARTMENT last meeting concerned all those who t

1J Truman Green ____ __--....-.EditorinChiefPete intend to pursue chemical work in II t >:. : THE HART SCHAFPNER & MARX
J J Harris ... ....____.__' ..Managing Editor the broad chemical- field, i. e. the "; : '
9 ?j I Glover Miller _.....__._..._ ..Assistant Managing Editor growth of the chemical industries, "STYLESFORFALL1921- ;, -
rA t f Henry Fuller and Murray Cohen...___.___._...... _..Athletic Editors in comparison with other industries.Dr. t 4.: .-,.
Franklin West, Harrold Klock, Murray Cohen._____Reporters Black gave a complete and in!-
K. K. Hanson, Ed. Woodberry, Parmenter, Ozzy Bie, H. E. Knight terestingresume of the marvelous
and R. W. Ray ,.. ...,,-.-.. -...._ 1 _...__Contributors growth of the chemical industry in I ARE NOW READY
r BUSINESS DEPARTMENTAleck the last thirty years. He accompanied i' .

White ....._.._ ?. .. .' -----.,-._._...Business Manager all details with statistics of com- I I New colorings! Fashion' Ideas, new Fabrics.. Prices are
Horace Wilson ... 4.:.._ _Assistant Business Manager : parison.Dr. .new ThtL
Steich, the new Ph.D. bf the one-third lower than those Fall,1920.
Entered as second-class matter, September: .28, 1912, at the postoffice at chemical department, spoke on the t )
Gainesville, Fla., under the Act of March 3d 1879. ..
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same line, but placed particular em- x *" *
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and items in boxes that phasis on- the growth of the petro- ;
Place all communications news designated for II : -" "
purpose in Peabody and Language Halls. leum and its by-products industries.Dr t ,'_ Aist

Steich who received his doctor's t .., .. ..'. .
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Rate:-The Florida Alligator, $1.50 the from Chicago, only I <
year. degree .was re-
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cently in the employ ox- the suinaara-- i Florsheim.Shoes=built for College'men! -ask for catalogs.

UNIVERSITY PUBLICITY Oil Company. He is extremely prac- t ?- 5 'I
M tical in all his discussions fef chemistry A
The University of Florida is one of the finest equipped colleges and has become popular among : : : ... .. .
in the South.' Its faculty is third among the'major institutions I : -
the chem. students already. .
of the country. Yet why is it that so few people, even in The committee to refund of '. .- '
our own State, realize the standing of our University? Advertising : get a
from the Seminole
is one of the greatest mediums of this sort in the world. The reported ,
I University of Florida has everything that is needed to place its that they had seen the business*man- WOLF BROTHERS
who I
: I enrollment well up into the thousands, but it is up to the State and ager agreed to refund at an
to the student bodyof this school to let the people of the country I early period, but it has not as 'yet t .. TAMPA, FLORIDA
f materialized. The committee to seethe .
know about these things. -
Even the little! publicity: that the University received last budget committee made no official t g

year has shown in jhe: increased attendance at the opening of I things report were,favorable but said for they thought kind I' 4I "' ____.. _........;....._t 1 f
school. Greater things are now in store. The Board of Control some ---=- ----:-:---- :--

has provided for a bureau of publicity, the purpose of which is to I I of an appropriation.The use Again:-in accents full- note of the above and lauds its orig. h
place the University of Florida before the people'of this State, Flint Chem. has fully as many "Wake
up, big boy,land! pass us down inator with special request that he
thereby increasing interest and pride in ments have been made to publish a story each'week relative to the-I I pus. Those present last time, which The Alligator staff takes special Editor.
activities and general information concerning the university. was the second meeting, numbered ,
l These news items will'be sent to every newspaper in the State i forty-seven, which is a higher per. --- - -- -- ....... --- --. .-. -"....... "
with a release date'on,: which they are to appear. This is a matter i I centage of at.tendanceout of some '. '
I that should be of interest to every student here. two hundred (who take chemistry) t ST. PATRICK CATHOLIC CHURCH '. '
Outside of this general bureau each student should consider than any other college society at- : : fEast
himself a committee of one to talk up ,the University every-possible [tendance, according to enrollment.The ,
occasion. When remarks are made concerning this school Flint" Chem. is serving its purpose I Main Street, North .
each man here should be in a position to substantiate or refute fully in a department which is '
them, as the occasion may require Our football team this year las important as any other course on t Rev. John Conoley, S. T. L., Rector. Telephone*'629!
is advertising the University of Florida in an athletic way. Georgia t :! campus. It deserves some appropriation '
Tech has become of the famous on the merit of its work. 't! ,
engineering institutions of Sundays-Holy Mass and Sermon, .10:30 a. m.;..eveningservices
the country through this sort of advertising. A successful athletic -* The program for the next meeting I 7:45 p. m.
season will mean. much, but an optimistic, well posted student has not been posted as yet, but will t .
body, representing practically every section of the State will be placed on the bulletin board in Weekdays-Holy Mass, 7:00 a. m.

mean a great deal more during the time to come. Science Hall Saturday.J. 1 4II '" _. _--I..
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Everybody get into the game and help put the University,of M. H., Reporter.
I Florida. on the map this year."*

1 "Say, shoot the grease!"-And
I The University of Florida gridiron representatives meet the down the table's length a white plate
f University of Tennessee eleven tomorrow in what promises to be goes, passed on by many hands. A NORTH SIDE SQUARE-OVER MILLER'S
one of the principal games of the season. We have this year what knife sweeps down-and quiet falls
t tI looks like a winning.team-4-something that every 'Gator has long again. Not silence! For as we recruit -I
ed for for years. Coach Kline and'Major Van Fleet have worked I our strength with princely hash
hard and the result of their labor will tell in this game. One of -and fruits fresh from their cans- Official Photographer, of Seminole. for Seven Years
the strongest assets of any organization is the morale-both inside and "the glace" -and ever-present
and out. The players themselves are full of the determination "pain," voices mix in with din of '\ T
and confidence that it takes to win games. And every student :spoons and cups. Short words. that I
of the University is behind them-to the limit. It is impossible 'tell of many different things: Whatwe .
for each man attending the University to accompany the will do to certain other schoolsthat's "':'" Especially equipped to handle your kodak finishing.
team. But they know that the old 'Gator 1 1i
spirit is behind them and when a royal challenge does go "
they will fight to the limit for the score that will mean another up! That's when, in rafters, echoes .
victory.What .I find .their wings! Our waiter comes, DAILY SERVICE I
are we going to do to Tennessee? I he takes the laid-down tools of table I

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. lay WpBSt anc' October 21st-Ro- I nished Music by for this OoecaheSJ Jt was fur The New Ones i: I
gab I Cody's stra and .. '. _
:ay evening, October 28th-:=-S. ,punch was served throughout the fruit aft N ,..f' _

JAnnuaI: Hallowe'en Masquerade ernoon. SHIRTS -of the fine quality tan mercerised Pongee' ;' i

./.... .Dance.feodiy ay evening. November 10th 1 20TH. CENTURY' CLUB DANCE' with the new low soft. collar attached,'French' cuffs.- The." ,- -: --, '

: ;" evening, November 25thho. Last Saturday-----: most: comfortable Shirt you have ever worn. '-' evening the Twenti .
Ball. .
.Annual Thanksgiving eth .
*-.- evening, December 2ndliAnnual Century Club 0 f. city enter : '. '\io
1 tained with a very enjoyable script I ._ ::Ii :" -:
Rat dance at the Elks' Club. r .a; ; ,

ROMEO- CLUB DANCE The latest dance selections were Also the :new Soft Collar attacti'eiC f :

rendered: by Cody's Orchestra and,

A'trY pleasureable occasion of the, claret er s. punch was served to the dane I Shirts of fine quality percale, in beautiful : .

pelts week Rho end was Fraternity a dance rooms given last in Dancing was enjoyed until the midnight small checks-colors:. ', brown, :::. .' .:' "

the Romeo Club. :a hour. \ ,. t
Mil: evening by \ blue and black. i
the Uni-
social organization on .
f campus. There will be a Script dance at the, .. \ .. 1
5 1 e merry makers, began to wend Elks', Club Saturday, October 22, 9 EACH .a :;" : '
tap to the dance between the m. to 12.BAPTIST. $3.00 ; t.-
f u of nine and ten, and dancin?( ,'".,.
enjoyed until half after the midpit i CLUB ORGANIZEDThe : 3.; :
hour. : VAN HEUSEN, the Collar that has taken the country by storm-:.it Wili11'- "

[Cody's Orchestra presented an ensrtainine -'J Baptist Club of the Universitywas wilt down-never scratches the neck-and it is a cinch to laundry. :A1r ..' '

program of dance music officially organized at a meeting sizes and shapes. : : ./:.: J
fcjci was enjoyed by all. held at 3:30 last Sunday afternoon in
-- the .. 50c EACH .
gymnasium. .. -4,,,, ...
A. T., O. DANCE .. Dr. S. B. ,Rogers, of Jacksonville, ,'I -. *-.t-:
-" made a most:interesting talk, outlining ...
Last Saturday afternoon after the a plan for the club to build ontheIr "SURE-FIT" 'CAPS-We have just received an- j

! lorida-Mercer footbalf game, the lots adjacent to the campus. other shipment these famous; Caps-they ,are .
i !pha Omega chapter of Alpha Tau The following officers were elected I always adjustable and never blow off. .' .r

nega, entertained the members ')fe : -- Note th. .

i two teams and the local society President B. Walker $2.00 and up taub strap Whon warx r4

ntingent with a dance at their Vice-President. C. Johnson. ,. .

I eternity home on West Masonic Secretary-Treasurer-E.' F.' Mc :. r'I..! .'> ...

Lane. ... .. :. _. } 'It4
l Sgt. at. Arms-C. E.-Abbott. : ::' :; ;.: 1 .!\. ..

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Persons. : ,_ ( ', : 1s
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E. K. CHEMICAL SOCIETYThe ., < ':' =:'d .j; { -;: .. -t .J

HILL BUILDING. ,. ;.. .... "" & -- .
met ''' ..i'I:', &
E. K. Chemical Society \ ; f <
1 Monday night, Oct 17, and initiated # 1
four nqw members into the society.
These were Mr.' Perkins, Mr. Fuller\, ...

Mr. Moul, and Mr. Smith. A business ic duty to our school. record being in favor of
also held and sev- as these I I ALPHA ZETA_ AG. FRATERNITY.:
I meeting was the welfareof 1 After the roll call, the critic, G. "rat debates." .
relating to
eral the questions society were discussed. Mr. I B. Stanley, expressed the opinion Mr. G. B.. Stanly gave a short I Another honor may come to the l!

Perkins was appointed to deliver a that the program was excellent. He talk on inter-collegiate football. He University in the near future in the }

1 1ocau paper before the society at its next appointed each member of the society spoke of the schedule of the comin\ establishment here of a chapter ..of
Wednesday, Oct. II a committee of. one to see that Alpha Zeta fraternity a national fra-
regular meeting on games, and urged that all of the
all the the attendedthe ternity.Alpha
adjourned. men on program .
26, after which the hereafter.Mr. members come out to practice. Mr. "
Zeta is an honorary agricultural -
SOCIETY I Ir J. F. Merring spoke of the Stanly was elected manager of the society and one of the largestof
FARR LITERARY Triangular debates and the inter-so- team, and Mr. Matthews was elected 'I its kind in the country. It was

E lIIason" the program ciety debates, and told of the workof assistant manager. A meeting of all I founded up at Ohio State Universityand
r Mr. R. M. opened aspirants to the team called for
night the Debating Council. He explained now has about 300 chapters at
I at entertaining the meeting talk Monday on the "Life the "rat <. bates," to be held later 4:00 on Tuesday, afternoon.As different leading agricultural colleges

with an His talk in the year, etween the rats of each Mr. Haynes. the secretary of the thruout the country. Membership -
of Zone
and Works instructive* well as en- I society on the campus. Mr. W. R. Society, is leaving us in the near future in Alpha Zeta is honorary and
was very a timely King, president of the r Society, explained Mr. Glover Miller was electedsecretarytreasurer high scholastic standing is the first
he spoke on
joyable, for sub- I the object of these rat debates for the remain- but not the only requirement for
.-<:. and fitting, as well as literary while Mr. Ball gave a short der of the year. After the newsy' election. Moral character, college

SEralf orb ject.A the question: talk on the benefits of debating in elected officers had been duly initi- spirit, and abilities toward leadershipare
tlotIjraEVERYTHING! followed, on
debate that the U. of F. should; general, individually and as a society. ated_ the. meeting was adjourned. all considered. -New members
"Resolved, educa- I It was moved, seconded, and decided' are selected from the Senior and Ju-
use its limited/means of solic- that the Farr Literary Society go on Patronize 'Gator advertisers. (Continued on page six)
A tion of Florida, boys, instead I
Mr. _
from other
iting boys .
GOOD SUITSHOULD Otis Mathis and Rat Limbaugh cham- I

HAVEIt pioned the affirmative, while Mr. J. ;
defended .
Rat Hardaway
M. Haynes } "
has style-the kind of the negative. Both sides of -. ;

style you find only in Society the question were very ably themselves stated, 1 Ii _

Brand Clothes. That's the two new men' proving '

because they are hand-tail very rendered good in debaters favor of the A verdict negative.was EO

ored from the best all wool Mr. Glover Miller spoke of the ad- THE N"TO1 ,

fabrics. vantages of contributing to student his I ,
publications. He touched upon
$40.00 subject from all sides mentioning the ,I- ;
to $65.00HJI'ltJ contributors ; --r
by .
personal benefits enjoyed .L"
done MelfhereAGENTS "
the good Meet
and upon .
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the; university. He elaborated especially : -f
:: ;
upon the practical value that p :,.. .''_ : :. .. : __"..
contributing tas, to the contributor. .
@ Miller compared the student publications -
.. ,,,,, of the U. of F. to those"b! ./ FOR THE- MARTHA\ WASHINGTON .

Jacksonville Floida other schools, and encouraged support -
I as a patriot-
;- of our. publications

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a..ftso. searooooooeoiee + + + +
I j iSPEEDIE + 4' f The Alachua Restaurant and Lunch Rod
+ + For Ladies and Gentlemen
S PLACE ++' '
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,It Headquarters for University Students and Vocational Men t (Continued from page five.) 1_I Phone5e. _7 oose. sdes ineMlle,h I'IIPil!

I t nior classes and from students in the _ee...eooeso o-
R +
Meet hem there for. Soft Drinks, Cigars, Tobaccos second term of the Sophomore class.Mr. CHESNUT'S SHOE o '
Lance Richbourg while away on PARLOR
Candies, Stationery and Souvenir I
Cards. his trip to the National Dairy Sho'.v Io r SOUTH SIDE SQUARE
at Minneapolis, Minnesota, interview." t Electric Shoe Repair Department Work Guam
1 t ed the High Conclave of Alpha Zeta t ,SHOE SHINE PARLOR ea '
which meets in convention every two
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eeei - :ooeeeoososvi ,
years and brings back word that n
representative of the fraternity will I 11 !fi! !fi! !fifiYiYiYiYi!
Gainesville Electrical Supply Co. be sent down here to look over the
m Boys, when you plant Seeds, be sure to get them
to its stu- .
College of Agriculture as flOl!,
FLASHLIGHTS'LAMP dents, its equipment, and its faculty. Yi SEMINOLE SEED COMPANY
SHADES Should the representative report fa- Q:! Gainesville, _.. :' u_' : : _
vorabIl on what he finds here a new
-.- the Col- !figi! YiYi! !fi! .
of Ag.
page in the history
When you need anything. electrical drop in and see us lege will be written for the founding 4II "" "" KI

,- --:.:- -..- of a branch Alpha Zeta here will I JOHNSON'S PHARMACY-\

t -t do much toward making Florida bet- Drugs, Medicines, Stationery, Toilet and Rubber Goods
512 EAST MAIN SrrREET.; : TELEPHONE 122oeooo ter known among the other big age We guarantee personal attention to
'\0 colleges and will establish Florida's t Prescriptions(iiJ .
purest drugs used. Lo\v
of Agriculture as one of the prices. Quality C tside."i
... .. College t Gainesville, Florida. .
p -- .. -- --ooooooi.. I leaders in education in agriculture" ................... .... .,---- ,


,I There was"a large attendance at the'J
meeting of the Agricultural
t Monday evening, October 10. A very
"The New Million Dollar Bank"
TAILOR Resources Over
fea. $2,500,0c
; '-! interesting debate was the main
H ." ''; ture of the program. The question
Alteration ;;. Cleaning Pressing t was: I
.ff'i. Resolved, That the boy from the I5x!
Phone 354 Gainesville, Florida t ta country has a better chance .to succeed I i THE PHIFER STATE BANK
in life than the boy from the city. i x
..... .... .....-'. ... ...... ......r-eeoe------I R. Wray and R. E. Stewart upheld Strong, Safe and Accommodating 1
.j ................................ the affirmative, while G. A. Martell j

and V. Driggers supported the nega- _
\ I.I tive. The judges' decision was in fa- -
vor of the affinnative.
I i iI iI GAINESVILLE: COMPANY G. G. Sixma'ably handled the sub- ,Popular Goods at Popular Prices at

-.1 ject of "Tick Eradication and its Re- .
,I : : Victrolas. and Records lation to the Cattlemen of Florida." BURKHIM'S

: r :1 The proposed constitution was .
adopted with a few minor amendments -
I and the club decided to have it
D.'R. Co Proprietor
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: published and a copy placed in the
I : a hands of each member. A committee GREENBERG'S QUALITY STORE

I ...t.............. .. .............. was appointed possibility to report at of thenext an A Complete Line of Gents' Furnishings
- - -
I f fI .. .. I agricultural meeting exhibit on at the Jacksonville I Our Prices Will Suit You
= I Fair in November. It was SQUARE
1 tl t
I SHOE REPAIR COMPANYAND f unanimously' voted to appoint a com-
1;ittt draw up resolutions of I """ ""' ----"' -- __
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SHINE PARLOR -sympathy for Prof. Rogers on ; .
.. i I count of the death of his sister. a-I I t' SEE KESSLER It

C .J.ouis Eliades, Proprietor For all kinds of Hauling
and wood
: There was ,a large attendance at 1\loving. In case you need
.'.116 W. MAIN\ STREET, N. PHONE 139 the meeting of the Agricultural Club t CALL NUMBER 9

.. N. D. Cooper, Agent; Room 13, Buckmangr .. Monday evening, October 17. Mr. H. !fro--. --. --. ... esos re.s- +. .. :.
I II Ij Ii M. Smith very interestingly told how
II i I ................................ trucking is made a paying crop jl Yai! Yi!
-eee .eeo. e.eao Central Florida. The subject, "Fa.rm- I
I fng in West Florida," was ably handled DORAN BiCYCLE SHOP
GAINESVILLE CAFETERIA t i by Mr Wakefield. A humorous !R East Main Street

Across from A. C. L. Depot t selection by Mr. J. S. Alexander.was BICYCLES,.ACCESSORIES AND REPAIRSAREf
greatly enjoyed by,all present.
Modern\ and sanitary conveniences have been installed o Mr. Lance Richbourg, in a very

: 'Select your food and let our waiters carry it to your table. I instructive talk, which was greatly .
Prices ,are exceptionally reasonable. appreciated, gave Us firs\ hand infor-
tt Ir t mation from the National'Dairy Show YOU ALWAYS BROKE?
$5 Meal Tickets for at l\ltnneapoUs.\ He tells us' there
I $3.90 t t Here is good
I were 1,018 cattle at the show, includ- a remedy: Buy your SHOES and JEWELRY

YOU MUST SEE IT TO APPRECIATE IT f ing the world's champion Holsteincow From L. C. SMITH, S. Side Square

1. .... .. ......... .... from the Carnation Farms. The .
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j o ______ _-_sseeee' I record of this cow is 37,318 pounds of
---- ---- ....
E .- o..; milk and over 1,400 pounds of butter I I
4\ In one year.
I TWO NEW Y 1 j, The Agricultural pigskin chasers For Good Eats and First Class Service Come to
SHADES I I will be led by l\Ir.\ R. A. Carlton REPP'S
: No-t'ou don't go to the furniture store to get them Come [ while Mr. John Chesnut acts as xi ROOM
to __it's neckwear we are talking about. o, ma1lager.t h i One Door North A. C. L. Depot
1 / I t tfd
He-Yes, but I like the next letter

,I All rlght.fellows-the: v.'.''-'''. rush is you on. \Ve are prepared to serve t, I I,better.Florida Flambeau. COODY'S CAFETERIAand

t She got on the car at the corner, :
:, ;/ '. .. her plight, indeed, was shocking; -
f r ...... NUFF SED I I She couldn't pay her fare because DJtHNG ROOMGAINESVILLE

o I Her cash was in her stocking,

r I Bm1NETT THE CLOTHIER''Q Qt Christmas may seem a long way Strictly Invites you American to.take your meals with them while! in the citY'
off but all home cooking. A variety of food
f. we are already making pictures served all hours of
t day until 12 and
to be used as Christmas remem- place.. p. m. Prices cheap as
L a.msooaOSO...... ... branees. Vansickel's Studio, south oj
\Dc.a.; lOB
C2 4: 4Z East
<2 ca. sid square, Gainesville. Fla. : Main Street --:.

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' KING INTO THE FUTURE I The new building will be very attractive "
I I from the outside while the .' ; & "
Club Houses to be interior will be :
Attractive composed of fO".1rI
af an Early Date Adjoining'I compartments; a 'swimming pool, library \ \ I. .
jrsitj Campus. cafeteria, and living room. To I / F

the rear, of the building will be tennis "",,...\\.1. I /
of the Baptist boys'of I '"
t. meeting and volley ball courts. -- "'
the University held lastK.Dr. Plans for the proposed structure : How Do Hot Cool?
State of
Kogersu will be presented at the next Baptist T\ '
fission{ Board, made for an fifty address thou- Convention which will be held in Miami / / \ \ .
jsiag the plans a in December. It is believed that
I dollar home to be built on the the new club house will get underway \ blacksmith draws a white-hot bar from the

nast.f the Guy residence. of construction in the early part THE It begins at once to cool. How does it lose

of sp1"'i;g. ...* heat? Some is radiated, as heat is radiated by

'tlZfJ e At the meeting the following offi- the sun;but some is carried away by the surrounding air.
cers were elected: J. B. Walker, of Now suppose the bar to be only one-half the diameter;
"mnibtrsi.1tit".RichKnittedHea Baker, president; H. C.. Johnson, of in that case it loses heat only half as fast. Smaller bars lose
y Holt, vice-president; E. F. McLaio. in proportion. It would seem that this proportion should

Pure Silk Scarf of Greensboro, secretary-treasurer; Co' hold, however much the scale is reduced. But does it?
SOLID COLORS C.E.Abbott,of Fort Green sargeant- Does a fine glowing wire lose heat in proportion to its
SCORES OF PATTERNSNot at-arms; and Tom Sale of Tallahassee diminished size? "
pordauUe for this i ipnceat and C. W. Persons, rpeorters.
Furnisher During the later part of the last The Research Laboratories of the General Electric:

/ for $Z.: school term it was rumored that the Company began a purely scientific investigation to
3 $5. ;j Newman Club would build an attractive ascertain just how fast a glowing wire loses heat. It was
6 ,II $T.!! club house in the near future. found that for small bodies the old simple law did not

Guaranteed M refUnded represented I Now this rumor has become a fact, ." hold at all. A hot wire .010 in. diameter dissipates heat 4 4t
ee mooejr jas the construction work this
CnfBg packed t.laze will on ::0 only aboutr 12 per cent more rapidly than a wire .005 in.
building : begin sometime in Jan-
Stnd CJUe or lionet diameter instead of twice fast be
Order to uary. as as might expected.

Pol&freadwelljnc. This building will be situated on The new fact does not appear very important, yet it

25 Astor w.Court acid 8&BaOdloc..N.Y.JtuttDettttftktWtldorfAitori. University avenue,. opposite Thomas helped bring about a revolution in lighting.
Hall, between the College Inn and the
'Gator Cafeteria. It had been fourld that a heated filament in a vacuum

AGENT WANTED This -another needed addition to '* evaporated like water and that this evaporation could be
Till; neckwear U among the choicest ia
pore SQkdom;hence s mate though pow- the University Circle which will be retarded by introducing an inert gas such as nitrogen or F
trfJJ I ud to tie ma chosen to veil it. A .
appreciated by those concerned. It is .: : argon. But it had long been known that the presence of

_ _-'_ .- : gas in the ordinary incandescent lamp caused so much
\ .- heat to be carried from the filament that the lamp was
made useless. The of the laws of heat
( \ new understanding
from wires, however, pointed out a way of avoiding the

TER GOODS I f supposed necessity of a vacuum.
I .(
f s, By forming.the fine tungsten filament into a helix the
Large assortment, all kinds of colors and pure wool. (Ii if I heat loss was made much less prominent. The light
Our prices are very low. We make any styles guaranteed t ;i' '- radiated is then about the same as if the wire were

to fit you. Special offer of 5 per cent discount to University f *. stretched out, but the heat loss through the gas is very

students. So drop in and let us show you our line. '_' **,, t much less. So the tightly coiled filament was put into the

gas-filled bulb-and a new lamp was created. At the
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i:" r down on the farm where I had to ITALIAN ARMY
and that he came up COMA
FLORIDA AC. COLLEGE WINS show 'em how to kill hawg. They PAYS HOMAGE TO
PRIZES AT' SOUTHEAST FAIR in Eden fair, here fer the day to see that I got the lOSt
Twas summer morn fourteen pounds of lard.
Atlanta Ga. Oct. 20.-In the college l- The brook its greeting sang, proper introducins to Pres. Murphree, friend New York, Oct,
t From your loving 20 be a
the 1 because I had come down to mando Diaz, Italian
students judging contest at LAnd through the stately olive groves / EPHRIAM. al1n
Southeastern ,Fair, W. E. Britt,:. The lyre bird's love song rang. scholar. The ,boy was very respectful der, today placed a wreath tsanthemums
Clemson, won gold medal by making t' velvet after>' that and called, all the oth- and asters on I(
the verdent, grass
1 highest score judging AberdeenAngus -j I Upon swell fellers over to welcome us BIG FIRE AT JASPER, TENN.; bf Theodore Roosevelt at 0
cattle. I, Cast o'er with flowers gay N. Y.
J. T. Cox Jr., Georgia State College With face upturned to catch the to the college that I was jest aboutto "At the tomb of : .
medal :I enter. The way them fellers rah' Chattanooga Tenn., Oct. 20.-The speech can be
of Agriculture, won gold r breeze, made, *
' \ for student making highest score in'j A lovely 'woman lay. rahed fer us sent quite a thrill thru business section of Jasper, Tern, and ian military hero. "I x
judging Hereford cattle. me which also went thru paw, fer he the Nashville, Chattanooga nd St. expression Of deepestmy '4
W. B. Britt, Clemson, won gold I I what great interesthe Louis station there destroyed country. During 1 hia
then told them a railway was -
medal fur highest score in judging The wind played with her golden hair I II I be- adored, and at his death i
Shorthorn cattle. I I That lay in ringlets warm; took in the University, firstly late last night by fire of undetermined loved by everybody M

Cole! Savage, Auburn, ':won first The sun caressed with loving touch cause he was on the school board to origin. The blaze, fanned General Diaz was

'prize, judging Duroc Jersey cattle.Alabama ,I The whiteness her form hum in Splinterville and secondly be- by a high wind, was uncontrolled a party of. American accen
Collefceyof Agriculture, I of ; 'I'iI down to college to owing to lack of fire-fighting fa military (officials. 8d.
Her limbs were like the bircheswhite cause I had'come cilities. The loss estimated at
Auburn:, won trophy: for team mak I rah rahed was I ,
Duroc Jersey be one of them. They $50,000. -
ing highest score judging I, ; INCREASED
\! hogs. M*" i *>)Her breast was like the rose again fer us and called fer me to _.: TURING COTTON !t-Ulf "!!

It Florida Agricultural College, at I That, when kissed by the rosy dawn make a speech which I tried to do ATLANTA MAN SUICIDES
Gainesville; won five medals for team I thot \ would
Its fairness doth disclose. but which Washington -i
making highest score judging Hampshire -' Oct. 20. ItateJ ]
hoes.Auburn I ::1 tell them the one about "Spotycus to Atlanta, Ga.. Oct. 20.-Milton B. tivity in the cotton m

won |25 trophy for high j Soft through the swaying grasses the Roming Gladiators;' but when i McClure, salesman, died late last industry was shown by a
est score j judging Poland China }hogs.I low tryed to say it I fergot it. It kinder night from an overdose of a sleeping sued by the census bureau 5T!
Three prizes of teams making the feel bad because you know potion prescribed by a physician. In- noon. During September fiL'j'
I A serpent slipped> unseen, made me dications pointed to suicide according
highest scored:; judging all classes, 33,898,415 spindles operated
were awarded as follows: Auburn, Until before fair Eve he lay, what a fine speedier I am by the way to the police. Late yesterday gregate number of spindle be'ing ,#tie' 1

Florida Agricultural College, Geor-1 So glittering green. I orated when I finished Splinterville McClure had the prescription filled 7,379,408,671. The ;ave "
But somehow or an- and returning home, drank the contents ber. of active Jt '
J gia Agricultural College. He cast his eyes upon her form, High School. I spindles 01JtIc
The .first prize of $50 for Individ-JI Then to a nearby tree, other the fellers didn't seem to mind of the bottle. A very small month was 34,322.831, as
oal.scoring wa awarded W. B. Proctor -, escorted out amount had been prescribed. j i with 31,524,190 in August
much and we was ,
Auburn. The second'prize of Where, upon branches bending down very I
$25 .to Cole Savage, Auburn;,, third I Were Crimson apples three.. > to school where me and Dr. I
prize .of $15, W. H. McBride Jr., -.3'1i! phree, (they call him dr. but he aint

Florida State College of Agriculture,! "Woman," he said, "such luscious I one, because hes got a swell ottermo- 1 THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR" '

E., M. Caldwell wen fourth place for I I fruit I bile) got to know each other so as to r rI
whicha of offered.
prize $10
I Those apples there must be! arrange for my course in the Ag. col- I, IS PREPARED TO DO YOUR JOB WORK

Ii RAINDROPSDrip :j Why dOi't-you break one off the twig I lege. The Doc's all right and I believe '
i And for your fair self see 7 he's going to like me fine.I I B. O. Smith. 108 Thomas Hall. A. T. Moon
II drip, drip, slow and fieavy,::1
i loudly I'm sure their flesh delicious. have evidently made a very 'good 1 .. .

I Falls the drear and heavy rain; Their juice a nectar rare; impression on the old fellers up here,

\It falls upon the mountains. lonely.And I Eat them and you will know all because they are always telling me N. Y. HATTERS -

I things, how much sense I got and how much
upon the grassy plain. .. t 0 fair!" much I do. We clean and block your old Hats all
WQman, sweet and they wish they knew as as new styles

I Hard today the rain ,has. fallen: ;. Now I am glad they found that out and shapes. See CLYATT TAYLOR, No. 42 Buck-

Loud aria cold the winds have The woman raised her queenly head, ; .already, because I always like to help I man.

a *. blown "I cannot eat," she said, 1 j fellers out when they don't know

t But, with each drop that fell r dear;: "The Lord commanded that we two I anything. The other day a student :'- "'".!'\- !,,1,. ., ,.. ;:. .;_ -

To your heart a thought has flown I I Should never touch that tree., / I who works his own way thru collegeby

i That is forbidden fruit and. we selling catalogues came up to me Eyes Tested ..

With each clear'drop of .rain so pure, "I Must never eat thereof. and asked me did I have one, and. I

With each wintry blast that blew, And when the serpent heard these I told him yes and showed him the Glasses Fitted V

Dear, my eyes were often misty, words one that i had jest got from Sears ,
For I always thought of you. ], He then was very wroth. and Roebuck.* But on looking in it .
.I I : .
we found that it did not contain Broken lenses :
Once the heavy rain had ceased, dear, "Not so!" he said, "it is( not so-; .' j I nothing about college education, so I duplicated one hour's +

The sun _shone for a little while; i The Lord .deceiveth thee, bot one from him. It cost a dollar, time

As it shone 'in. all its beauty, But eat now and thou soon shalt but it sure is worth it because it tells

Dear, I saw your "sweeL sweet I' know me jest what to do, and besides all .
: sweet smile. All that in this world be.' the other swell fellers have them sn ,C. H. COLES & SON
I! Thus with wo"'rd
i 1 I beguiling voice and :; their.rooms. t .,: -" ". -, .,, ,
He murmured in her ":=::" """"-.i-: = .
As the ear, --- ----w. -- ---
rays fell warm and tender I aint been in any trouble up here I .a

Down upon my longing ,faceD I Until at last convinced was she I yet, but if these here fellers what
That vainly did she
; It was a sweet reminder I fear. think they are so smart, dont stop

I Of your warm and loving kiss. trying to make a fool out of me by ; HOW ABOUT GOING TO SUNDAY SCHOOL? .
II So she rose and
up plucked the fruit
I II j telling me to buy a rat cap I'm going i,
May you !know. but little sorrow, Its'f And took one hungry bite- to get mad. You know jest as well -'' -..< '" COME ONE!, COME ALL! j
I 'May you know but little flavor coursed through her blood I ,
I pain, as me that rats don't ware caps. I'm \ .._"-. ... "''' ,.c-
t bfayyoar fears for each 'tomorrowBe And then she shook with fright. _,
getting along fine with my teachers The Baptists' Baraca Class needs .
i as frail, idear, as the" rain. She took two other bites and then you every Sunday morning
iI and they think that Im awful smartin at 9:45. =
I Her face was crimson hued I Rogers is a "live" young man with a mea
Albert -
Lamons. ,
4 my work, but heck, any body
She dropped her.eyes and hung sage for young men. .
know the
stuff that we fel-I
-.UNCROWNED KINGS .. her head, lers'study in the Signed: E. F. MeLANE.
Ag. college befor
.il And knew that she was nude!
they ever come to school. The other
The man who kicks the field I
goal, '
t\'" 0 day a bunch of fellers and me went .
That wins the hard fought game, Gainesville, Fla.

He kicks his way to'glory, October 2, 1921. -I II

i I The thousandscheer his name. .Deer Sophie .

1i t But what about the center :-:. .- .. I4cnow you are dying on account of ..
i Who passes him the ball? anxiety because you haven't heard MEAL HOURS: .--

He makes or breaks the kicker, but from me any sooner, but yon know, Breakfast 7:15 to 8:15. RATES T:
1 1I He- isn't cheered at alL I had to get settled up here before I Sunday to 9. $25.00 per month.

could do anything else. I Dinner, 1:15.. ', $6.50 per 7 yfek.'Supper .

I The Back: who crashes thru the. line I Since I saw you last me and paw : ,. 6:00. 40c per m-e 1. -;-,

For ten or maybe more left hum together at the same time, .. :. ,-:
i jLZuTmak'es the final touchdown. and arrived here together -.on the f if

t That proves: the winning score- same train which we left on. *We was -,

He's hailed the college hero met at the station by a bunch of ; RAM S 'E Y S *.- ,,

Amidst ft wild hurray. swell looking city fellers from other .f ,4. 't,d.' J'
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But what of.guard or tackle towns and they wished to be real j
Who opened. up the way? friendly to me and also to paw, for } HOUSE

i w one of them comes up and asks me -. '

Oh, football! has its heroes, did I blow in on the train that was : OPPOSITE.BUCKMAN :
Some of the gifted toe, settin before us, and I says, "You betI a :

And others who*Can smash a line did. Why I blew in as much as 1: J '

And strike the winning blow two dollars and sixty cents and bot a r" '!t

:But as In every game on earth, box of figs besides." I wanted to # ." .1i

Including that of life, show him that I was a reel sport, so: Jii

Its greatest heroes often pass as to hide the fact that I was also t 'GoodEats, :Plus Good Fellowship ,

,:Unnoticed thru the strife. .from the country. Then the same '

". 4-' ''Evening Mail. dude that I was just now tellin you <
about asked us what he could do us .i ,I
As usual the- fall fashions include fer, and paw told him not fer a dern .. "" I
I the weartni of masculine hands in thing and not'to fergit it, because ha -- ,, 4 -..
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Dockets. <., -5 J was on the school board to hum in ,
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