The Florida alligator
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028291/00337
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Title: The Florida alligator
Alternate title: Summer school news
University of Florida summer gator
Summer gator
Alternate Title: Daily bulletin
Orange and blue daily bulletin
Orange and blue bulletin
Page of record
Physical Description: v. : ; 32-59 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: the students of the University of Florida
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: October 28, 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
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Preceded by: Orange and blue
Succeeded by: Independent Florida alligator

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WILL MEET GEORGIA AG. of There the entire will student be a PEP body meeting in the ++ PUT WONDERFUL\ DEFENSIVE FIGHT '

-v mmIH M, Gym. on Wednesday, November +

THE U. OF F. AG. DEBATING TEAM WILL \ \ 2nd, at 7 p. m. An interesting + THE U. OF TENN. WON OVER FLA. BY ONE TOUCH
talk by a speaker to be chosen +

to every University man. Old + :\ \:
ACCEPTED. c men Desired, and Rats Required + ; \,',' .

The fame of"Florida's- Ag. Club debating members and to to be present. + II Playing mostly defensive, football, line. Tennessee makes a first down
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team has spread since. the a whole. the Florida Alligators showed. Tennessee around end. A long pass, Campbell to

farmers last year defeated the lawyers At the meeting I I last Saturday that they were a Smith, carried: the ball to Florida's
at their own game in the inter-: last year officers BROTHERHOOD ST. :and had the
team to be considered 12 yard line. On a pass, which was
college contests.It committees were I i breaks been different Coach: Kline's intercepted by a Florida back, Tennessee -
was voted at the*Ag. Club meet- throuout the entire ANDREWS IS NOW\ IN !clan would have emerged;: victorious.The scored a safety because the
ing on Monday night to accept the that the "Pirates" ,i Vols outclassed the'Gators on Florida man was downed back of his

challenge to debate issued by the Ag. show some life HOUSE the offence, keeping the ball in Florida own goal line. Pomeroy goes in for
Club of the College of Agriculture: of good work of all NEW\ CLUB I territory most of the'time, but an Renfroe. Florida carried the ball

the University of Georgia, and to come about and I the defence the 'Gators were impreg- into Tennessee territory and there

tarry forward negotiations towardthe now ,fully Home for St. Andrew's!I nable to straight football and it was I tried a placement kick but the kick
arrangement of such a debate. to show life. only through an aerial attack and by ifailed. Merrin goes in for Newton,
Club Across from LanguageHall.
laws have been j '
Georgia's letter ot challenge was superior punting that Tennessee I Tennessee carried the ball up the

read at the club meeting and it proposes of good meetings !! ____ I I,scored. For Florida, Wilsky and Ren- field on a forward pass to the four-

that the contest be held it place. I The University of Florida chapter I I froe played good games, while, for yard line and aided by a penalty the
with return I A number of ball is carried over for the only touchdown
Gainesville ,this year a f the "Brotherhood of St. Andrews"I Tennessee Campbell's punting was i i
engagement in Athens next year. requirements moved into its new home across I I easily the feature. of the game. Blair kicks goal.
must be an old Score: Tennessee, 9 Florida, 0. This
she I ;
Georgia further proposes street, from the Language Hall.Fhis.chapter I The game in Detail
with the } about half minute be-
of ing score came a
send down a list of three subjects was organized on Octo- First Quarter-Campbell kicked
University, and |I (Continued on page 7.)
which Florida shall select one and 20; 1920, and since.that, time has 35 yards to Renfroe, who returns 10 I
become "Pirates. ;
choose the side of the question theychoose located in town, until October yards to Florida's 30-yard line. Dun- !
to defend. Next year Florida. ., as its colors of this year, on which date it wasinstalled can makes five yards. Renfroe thrown PLANS AFOOT TO GET 11
will submit the subjects and Georgiado will be seen worn i in its new abode. It is especially for a 5-yard loss. Newton kicked 45 i
Each club is to pay already been I ,worthy of note that this is
the selecting. yards to Smith on his own 35yardline t tI
one-half) of any expenses incurred. will be initiated at the only chapter of that organization who returns 25 yards. Campbellfails -.SPECIAL TRAIN FOR
Georgia holds a similar debate each the club any university in the United to gain off tackle. Holt makes I '
year with Auburn and believes that height and, be States. four through the line. Blair fails to TAMPA TRIP NOV. 5 !

l one with Florida will do much to jects immediately 1 I The president: Mr. J. H. Sharpley, gain. Campbell's attempted drop
bring the two colleges closer together. The first social I assisted by Vice President V. F. kick was low and wide and the ball is -
to be a dance, will Johnson and Secretary A. W. Chad- Student Body Will Prob- ;
It is to be hoped that this con-. Wednesda7.night.'I'I I given to Florida onher own 20yardline.
test can be arranged and that the AgJ. given soon after I' wick, Jr., are putting forth every effort Duncan goes through tackle for ably go With Team to Meet
will respond when a call for debatersis exact date has not I to improve the house and sur- 4 yards. Newton punts' tit of bounds: S. C. in Tampa.
The following where the club is
sent out.PIRATE. rounding property an the 50-yard line. Campbell thrown
pledged: Joe located. This property which has for a five-yard loss on:an end run. I All indications are that the whole
liams G. W. roughly estimated to be worth Smith made two over', en'ter. Smith student body of the University will
CLUB NEWORGANIZATION McHenry Jones, 'between $7,000 and $10,000, is ad- was thrown for a three yard loss. be in Tampa November 5th when the

dy Fraeleigh, mirably adapted to the purposes of Campbell punts to the goal line and ,Gators take on the University of
ON Jones, Allan the brotherhood. Besides being fit- Carlton returns 10 yards. Renfroe I South Carolina. .

Kingsley McCallum ted with rooms for the members it thrown for a five-yard loss. Newton I Plans are afoot now to obtain a
Pete Harris, has an excellent pool room in which kicked out of bounds on the 40yardline. special train for the trip at reduced
. U. OF F. CAMPUS Chesnut, Herbert they may while away their leisure I Holt makes four through center. rates from Gainesville and return. xi

t' I Hadlow, Leonard hours. The building, like many oth- Blair fails to gain. A pass, Campbellto I I There are many students. who cannot
Henderson and near the University, is only the trip
ers take the and
Tennessee I I afford to pay
J The Organization of a New Social Smith, nets nine yards.:
l' is beginning of a more magnificent fails to gain and then trys a forward full fare, so it is that efforts are being -
C Club on the Campus RESOLUTIONS structure which will be built as soon which is intercepted by Duncan made to have a special train to
I Now to demand for greater accommo- I pass
Complete-Pledges as the a-nd returned five yards. Newton leave Gainesville early Saturday 1
.! Pirates Must be Old Men. Be it Resolved: dation arises. It is proposed that the punts 45 yards to Smith, who fumbles morning of the 5th, arriving in Tam-
Club of the finished building be three stories in but recovers. Tennesse makes a first pa in time for the game, leaving r
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i The "Pirate" Club is an organization tend its deepest height and about 150 feet long, hav- down through the line on two plays. there that night at a reasonable hour
i new to most of the men of the friend and ing a width equal to the width of Tennessee penalized, but given the for Gainesville. It is believed thatif

University, partially because of its erett Williams, in the lot on which it stands. ball on account of a Florida penalty.On such plans mature that every malt
recent origin, and partially on accomit ment-the death President Sharpley states that as this play Blair fumbles and Flor- from the University will make the
of its "A touch of soon as the preliminary arrange- *
! of the recent completion ida recovers. Renfroe makes nine trip.
objects.At whole world kin," ments have been completed, meals tackle. Florida first down on Heretofore the annual game in j
will be served at the club house to over t
this University at the closing of II ly those who there. two more line plunges. Ball stayedin l Tampa, year before.last with Georgia
the last scholastic year several stu- mate association all men residing future there is Florida's possession the rest of 'and last year with Tulane, has been
With such a bright
dents who saw the need of an organi- ate how much a' no reason why all these hopes and this quarter in Tennessee's territory..If minus the Florida spirit because of
zation to him. the distance and the inability of the
of this kind had a get- should not be realized in Second Quarter-Duncan loses
together meeting and decided to organize Be it further their aspirations fullest and most complete sense. seven and Newton punts 30 yards. students to make the trip. It is i
something to correspond to resolutions be Campbell punts 55 yards to Carlton. necessary to leave Gainesville on -

the well-known Catillion clubs which minutes of the Meet me at the gym Wednesday Newton punts to Smith, who fum- Friday, the 4th, and wait, until Sunday
play such an important part in the be presented to night, November 2. bles but recovers. Tennessee field the 6th, to get back if the trip
'SOcial activities of many of the other I copy be sent to for downs and punts.over' the goal has to be made on the regular trains'

Bthools. Its object is to promoted and to the What has become of the old fash- line. Newton punts to Smith who It is hoped that the railroad officials *

fellowship and bring to its mem-: (Sigped): ioned girl who said, "Now you stop," fumbles but %recovers .in a sensationaldive. will meet the request of the Flor
bus the much-needed social life E. ,F. when you tried to kiss her? Her Tennessee makes a first down ida boys and help them to get tox

"hieh plays an important part in the place has been taken by one who says through the line. Tennessee held and Tampa and support their team. If u
education of man. Dances, smokers, H. to herself and to you with her eyes, punts over the ,goal- line. Newton numbers and eagerness count they
banquets 1 and many other social functions "I know it isn't nice, but please do punted past Smith the ball Tallin; will sure be there when the referee
are to be given from time to it some more." out (,f bounds on .Tennessee's 45 yard whistle blows for thefirst kick o1fp *
time which will be a benefit to the Be .t the gym

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of this for ing
The regular weekly meeting of Farr The first meeting year
of Florida Chapter of
the University
Lit. on Momday, October 24, was call-
the American Association of Engineers .
ed to order promptly at 7. The sec- T
October 24th in
retary called the roll. At this meet- was "' OUR IDEA in making
of the Engineering
ing Mr. R. G. Miller entered his duties assembly room .

as secretary, Mr. J. M. Haynes building. CAMELS-the Quality Cigarette.
having left school. An interesting talk on the purposes -

The program was opened with a and plans of A. A. E. was given by Why just buy Camels and look at the package!
Dean Benton, president of the Chapter. -
: debate: "Resolved, That legislationupon Attention was called to the aim It's the best packing science has devised to keep:
the .soldiers' bonus is unwise at .
this time." Mr. Newton D. St John of the association being to serve the' cigarettes fresh and full flavored for your taste.
engineer, special allowances being,
opened the argument for the affirma- made for students, as the annual dues, i.! Heavy paper outside-secure foil wrapping inside.
tive in a very able manner. He presented -
which are $15 per year for members, end seal the
the subject from an economic and the revenue stamp over the to package -
placed at $3 for student mem
standpoint. Mr. Floyd E. Wolfe was t.r' and it airtight.And .
bers. The regular initiation fee of keep
the first speaker on the negative.! Mr.
$10 is not charged against students
Wolfe favored legislation as good pol- applying for membership.The A note this! There's nothing flashy about the:
and The second
icy good
speaker on the affirmative, Rat War- Secretary gave a report of the Camel package. No extra wrappings that do not
work of his office since the last meet- .
ren, devoted his time mainly in 'rebut reported to be improve the smoke. Not a cent of needless expense:
tal of Mr. Wolfe's argument. Rat ing. Chapter was
Weeks was the second speaker on the in excellent financial condition, since that must come out of the quality of the tobacco.

60 pe!. cent of membership dues are .
negative, and took issue with his opponents -
returned to the Chapters for use as Camels wonderful and exclusive Quality wins on
on several points. Mr. Wolfe
: was allowed two minutes for rebuttal they desire. merit alone.
The next meeting, November 7, is ,
I j of the negative's arguments. -Mr. StSt. .." .
John to be a social affair, and a very energetic smoke Camels who want the
t I represented the negative in Because, men
appointed .
i committee has been -

!' r his in rebuttal.favor of A the decision negative.was rendered to provide all that is necessary fora taste and fragrance of the finest tobaccos, expertly -

I _Dr. Simpson delighted the Society pleasant evening. blended. Men smoke" Camels for Camels smooth;

.,with a clever talk on 'What Is* An I I "DUVAL CLUB MEETS"" = a refreshing mildness and their.freedom from cigaa -
Man? Early in his talk *
he branched off on the subject: ''Wh.tI retty aftertaste.
I The Duval County Club held a
do you do when haven't -
you anythingto
I do?" and proceeded to tell the So- snappy meeting Wednesday night, __, Camels are made for men who think for, them.,
the 19th and chose the who
ciety what he did under those condition r selves. ,
will lead thir destiny during the com- .
It appeared that Dr. Simp-
son's idle moments are devoted to ing year. I
Arthur Solee was re-elected presi-
memorizing poetry. He .
gave us a, .
dent, George Stuart got the V ce-
great many selections which he denominated -
presidency, Jimmy Boyd will handlethe
as first-class, and the
correspondence, and George Milan -
members of the Farr Lit. are inclinedto
will endeavor to keep account of N sK r IcB
agree with him in his opinion. We DOM
that the overflowing treasury. Andy Sim- RNDs
hope Dr. Simpson will favor us
t again in the future, mons was made chairman of the social
committee and Rats "Willie"
i Mr. J. F. Merrin gave a short talk ,
Morgan and "Bill" Parmenter creptin
i on the game last Saturday and praised -
as reporters.
the spirit shown by the student
body. When the" reporters were elected,

I As there was no business to come i they were asked to perform, which
before the Society the meeting was they graciously consented to do. Pat R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY, Wia.toa-Salam, N. C.

adjourned.. Morgan sang a pathetic ballad, and

j Rat Parmenter gave a speech of acceptance .

j AG. CLUB. simultaneously beginning, -
and ending when driven from the SPECIAL Julius Caesar, if he would let Aristotle I Psychology Prof.-"What w

Although the weather Monday ev- floor.It. (Toddle). conception of space?"

eing, October 24, was very disagree was decided that the Club and Special price on 1-pound boxes of Dreamy Student "Space is

able, a large crowd turned out to the the University should be kept adver- I candy as long as they last, 70 cents. Boys, if you want some real nice thing where it ain't." .

meeting of the Agricultural Clu tised at Duval thru the columns of Others at $1.00. pictures made, go to VanSickel's Stu- A, H. Prof.-"Name four kind

That's the spirit, boys, keep it up. the "Oracle News," Duval's biweeklypaper. University Book Store.If dio, south side square. Special pricesto sheep."

J "The Future Outlook of Dairyingin It was furthermore decided to students. A. H. Student "Blacksheep,**

Florida was told by Mr. C. R. Hi- be presented to the Duval High School Cleopatra was as pretty as they sheep, Mary's little lamb and tie*

t att, who gave us valuable information for the purpose of reminding the students say she was wouldn't mind seeing Remember to be at the Gym Nov. 2(|I draulic ram.,

I, with figures to substantiate his of their State University.If '----" ..-_.-_. r ._. .
statements.Mr. the other county clubs want to: ---:

V. W. Wilson greatly interested ,I keep up with Duval, they'll have to J ;

the audience by ably handling the move, because the Duval County Clubis MEAL HOURS: RATES: -

subject, "Ice-boating in Canada." the peppiest organization the Breakfast 7:15 to 8:15. $25.00 per mentk-

Mr. E. L. Mathews spoke on "Cit campus, and intends to prove it. Sunday,. 8 to 9. $6.50, per !fk.

rus Growing in Polk County," giving' Dinner, 1:15. tOe! per.,meaLRAMSEY'S ; a
figures showing what his county i is i'MEETING OF FRESHMEN LAW Supper, 6:00.( ) /

CLASS ; .' i
actually doing.A '
report on the trip to the South i r : .. ,. .- : '; ;

eastern Fair at Atlanta was given by Last Saturday after John Marshall 0. ;.. 1 : : .

Mr. Wm. McBride, who was a member -I Debating Society there was an enthusiastic ;' "

of the Stock Judging Team, which meeting of the rat lawyers. ,; t'" 1
1 I The following class officers were .
captured second place. .
Mr. H. A. Bosman gave an inter- elected: Paul H. Brinson, president; .. 'r- -!..BOARDING HOUS.E,0. ,: '-::
F. Ford vice president Frank .. *
Roger ,
esting talk on the subject "Shall the ; :} '
Filippinos be Given their Freedom."I Evans, secretarytreasurer.The '> .. OPPOSITE BUCKMAN ':.
"rat" honor system has been
A challenge from the Georgia Ag- : L '
adopted by the Law College and all ; .
ricultural College for a debate was ';,; .
violations of this system are to be .
read and accepted. This is a wonderful -
tried the class and punished as '
chance to valuable training, by '" : '
also to uphold get your college. All men they see fit. ..: (; :.... .. :'"' > : : ; ; { "; : :.. : i >

After taking up the case of the ... Good*Eats Plus Good Fellowship
of debating ability are requested to .
alleged failure of rat lawyer to .. ,. .
a '
try out for this and other debates we -
participate in a'snake dance at the
will take in this
I part year. i
Carlstrom game, the class initiated 11.

Dr. Enwall is teaching the Methodist the officers ala belt,line. ,. ,.- .
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Baraca Class. Come and hear : : c jr; I l'

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"Good Enough" is
, TaesdayAN Florida vs. Howard.BirminghamSouthern. .

AMATEUR DEVIL" vs. Miss. 4: ,_, .:', not good enough t .

Bryant Washburn State. ,. ,:
Chicago vs. Colorado. l, in Porter's Fitform Clothes for young .: '

Wednesday Columbia vs. Williams. ,., \ ;: men and older men who want to stay ,
Cornell vs. Dartmouth. l\
ROOM AND BOARD"jConstance Detorit vs Tulane :1' : ., young. In the tailoring of these sup-

Benney Georgia vs. Auburn.Ga. i. erby styled garments the "easy way" :

Tech. vs. Penn. State. 4 I makes way for the better way and Of
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Friday-"SUDS" Harvard vs. Centre. ... / "How fine can they be made?" crowds

I Mary Pickford Illinois vs. Michigan. : 'j / out the usual manufacturing question e
Indiana vs. J otre Dame. -"How fast be made?"
I can they :
Kentucky vs. Suwanee.
Saturday Lafayette vs. Rutgers.L. ..
"GO AND GET IT" S. U. vs. Alabama. .

Marjhall Neiland Maryland vsk North Carolina. .
Mercer vs. Camp Benning. 1/i \ I .:

feaIinaons Show-3:30 to 11:00SPORTING Nebraska vs. Oklahoma.N. Z l WE EARNESTLY INVITE EVERY

C. State vs. V. M. I. ,, MAN OF T\VENTY. TO

Pennsylvania vs. Pitsburg. ( '1qq'c.. : THREE TIMES TWENTY TO ..
Princeton vs. Virginia. r
F Syracuse vs. W. & J. : -Li \ ,i7 SEE THE NEW FALL STYLES ;':

GOODSTennis Vanderbilt vs. Tennessee. WITH THE SUGGESTION
Yale vs. Brown. :: '. THAT THE PORTER LABEL IS ,
Football Scores of Last Week to be Remembered lO iL..t \i ., M, Z

',1*Basketball. Sewanee 17; Alabama 0.' {a OF UNQUALIFIED +.
Baseball "
Auburn, 14; Benning, 7. j QUALITY. :t ,
Georgia, 14; Oglethorpe, '0. : ,

I qUALTTYSERVICE:: Tech.; 48; Rutgers, 14. <> ",,,."..>- l.t'. .. .
Harvard, 21; Penn. State, 21. S't- s. ..,; f .f

Baird Hardware Co. Chicago, 9; Princeton, 0. '.. -r -'t : :
Vanderbilt) 20 Texas, 0. '
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Yale,_14; Army, 7. V V Everything Men and Boys. ,;
Ohio,14; Michigan, 0. "\ ,, .

Tennessee, 9; Florida, 0. : .
Two Western invasions of the East .
[S HOE S were successful last week. Detroitwon I. .

from the strong Boston College i ,

H B. M. TENCH H team at Boston by a score of 28 to 0. I

( Chicago gave the followers a real .
surprise by downing Princeton 9 to .
0 Gainesville, (0. ,Two S. I. A. A. teams made fine : Jacksonville, Corner Bay and Laura ,
records out of the Association last ( .
E Florida E Saturday. Tech. won from Rutgersat .
Atlanta 48 to 14. Vanderbilt won ........ .. .............. .. ........ ..........

S'H 0 E S from Texas at Dallas 20 to 0.
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cept for the travel item, and that that

FREE RIDE bill be deferred again until Mr. White

appear before the Budget Committeeand Eyes Tested
o rv.v.v.4vv
1 !, The "Baraca Special" leaves the explain why he should be paid

t .& 1. corner of Buckman Hall about 9:30 this amount. Glasses Fitted .
!, NORAH I Sunday mornings. Mr. Aleck White, business managerof
J I AI the Alligator, presented a requisition ;H

I I' Art and Gift Shop J f MEETING OF BUDGET COMMITTEE for ,$232.26 to cover bills pay- Broken lenses duplicated in one hour's j ..- .1
| Pictures and Picture Frames able. It was moved by Prof. Black time F
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and passed by the Committee that the

of the requisition be honored.Mr. .
The regular
J. W. M'COLLUM & CO. Budget Committee was held on Thomas of the Benton Engin- C. H. COLES & SON

DRUGGISTSTHE Professor eering Society, presented a requisi-
evening, October 25, F
HEXALL STORE Black's room in Science Hall. tion for $65, due the society thru its ,-, _. ----.", ; :" -;::", ':::::II

Agents for The meeting was called to order paid-up enrollment of 130 members.It ..

Liggetts and Norris Candies shortly .after 7 p. ,m. by Chairman was moved by Prof. Reed and pass- THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR _t
Gainesville Fla. Bivens. Faculty members, Professors ed that the requisition be honored.

... Black and student members, Mr. Bill Fielding next applied for I IS PREPARED TO DO YOUR JOB WORK'B.
$100 from tHe Seminole fund to facil-
i 1 Richbourg and Scott and Secretary 0.Smith. 108 Thomas Hall.
W. S. DORSEY & CO. J : itate the early issue of the Seminole.It A. T. Moore.
Hoskins were present.The ..
r I Everything in Groceries I i minutes of the previous meet- was moved by Scott and passed that

! | ,For Goodness Sake Drink t tII ing were read and approved.It the amount be forwarded. tion for $64.50 due it on a requisition be honored. ,
: Hall for the John
J DORSEY'S DELIGHT COFFEE | was the suggestion of the Bud- presented ship of 127 paid up students.member-j Dr. Manchester requested an ad- 11'1
Debating Society requisi-
I. 4I 4I get Committee that, in order that a I by Hichbourg and passed (Continued on page eight) I
calendar of business for meetings \

1- could be made up, any associations or
J. S. BODIFORD- any organizations expecting to ask ., VV .

and I the Budget Committee for funds at a J .
future meeting should send a noticeto
that effect to the Secretary.Mr. .

.......... : Phone 32dovioevv. .Thompson, business manager of
last year's Seminole presented a detailed -

report of the Seminole deficit
Everything Elcetrical t and asked that the Budget Committee -
f take early action in order that 1 .
J JOS. J. SEYKORA cleared Con-
t the deficit might be up.

J I I hone 107 Gainesville, Fla. | sideration of the lengthy report was ..
deferred till .after the other business -
was disposed of. Meet Me There" : ; -, V
' Mr. Simmons next presented forth "
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Y. M. C. A. a requisition for funds .
Vidal Drug: Company j amounting to $248.62, this sum including t
the item of $45.99 for travel-
| Drugs Stationery, Toilet A AGENTS FOR THE MARTHA .
f ing expenses of the general secretary.It .
Articles, Candies ., .
f moved by Richbourg and passed # ., > -
SOUveuir Cards Waterman PensJ I was '.' ;: ( ;
--' that the requisition be honored ex- .. -,
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4 1 -- : THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR I r THE FACULTYAnd .........................- .... I

it came to pass that during the .
EDITORIAL DEPARTMENT days of Norman a certain Crow arch-

Truman Green _................."........,................._....._._......_...........Editor-in-Chief ed the Black feathers on his manly
j Pete Harris ...___........,........_........._.__._....._..-?.?....?_.?..Managing Editor Brest and flew over to Peirj, Fla.,
t Glover Miller .._..____..........._.........w......................Assistant Managing Editor where all the other birds would an-
f Henry Fuller and Murray Cohen.-............._..-..__.-...........Athletic Editors swer his Beck and call for he was going f.- #

Franklin West, Harrold KJpck,. Murray Cohen..... .....* .......,______..Reporters to wage war on all White birds. .. '
K. K. Hanson, Ed. Woodberry, Parmenter, Ozzy Bie; H. E. Knight Now it was that a certain ,beautifulbird BOYS!
and R. W. Ray __.....__.._..?_, -__._,.??_.?<-...,...-...-.....-...Contributors from a Fair bad been;'held by'the i' -

BUSINESS DEPARTMENT White birds because she resented the A
Here is Your Chance -
Aleck] White ......._.....?.........._.,."....-.-...:::_..........___.....Business Manager laying on of the St k by her hus-
Horace Wilson __?...._.....__.._..._......_.........-_.Assistant Business Manager band who-swore he wuold Peeler if no
one could Trusler. Her father was a Our Shoe Sale Saturday. See our window E
Entered a* second-ciazs matter, September 28, 1912, at the postoffice at Swan-son and was sitting on a Reid opens, *
Gainesville Fla.) under of March 3d 1879. of prices.-
the Act the v
t observing a Van Fleet out in bay
Place all communications and news items in boxes designated. for that which had sprung a Leake when. the t' .- i ; T
purpose in Peabody and Language Halls. Crow arrived. Said the Father to the d
J I Crow "I have a daughter who is .
Rate:-The Florida Alligator, $1.50 the year. I Sweet, And-er-son, who now sails "to ;

the Leigh ward behind a smokescreen

Now a great many Black birds seeing -
This year the Seminole promises to eclipse all former yearly the conference flew' down and lit 111 West University Avenue
publication*. 'Th staff has been elected early and are already at En-wal asking what the Ell-is it all j
work to make this annual the greatest in the history of the Uni-! about. Thereupon the Crow told f
vormtv />* fc'jorida. Thp three men who were elected by the Junior them they would find Weed-on the ] (
class of this year to take charge of the major departments of the hillside; to gather same 'and get in t

r ? book cannot publish the Seminole-not even with the large corps De Pas and await further orders. Then
of assistants who have .been, selected to help them in their work. the question arose as to whether or (
;, Just as is the case with The Alligator the staff needs the hearty .not would Prs- Mur-phree the daugh- I
co-operation and good will of the entire student body. Without I ter. .

these they are practically helpless. ,, And verily I say that it still .remains ................................ .t
The University has had a phenomenal growth in the past few a question for the Birds closej .
years. The student body has an enrollment_ almost double that ofa up the fish wagon and drove on down ---------- --... 1 1I 1I
few years ago. In keeping with this growth in attendance we the Boulevard to the fountain of r-- I
j should look forward to growth along other lines as well. Our student -
where the
publications should rank the in worms Hoppnanies play :; ,I I
11 ; among best the entire coun with the LolopoIooses until they :[ '
try. Already we have established a name for ourselves, both.In grow feint and sneak off to their t THE HART SCHAFFNER & MARX ( If
athletics and in scholarship. Are to 1
we ready extend this to include -
Buc-holze and fall to awak- -
t ; every line of student activities asleep be : 1I f
ened by the Florida Spirit. Thus FOR 1I
FALL 1921
Pictures are being taken now. That has heretofore been the
endeth the second lesson for Bris-tol
chief holdup in the work on the Seminole. This year the staff has *
1-, wisely begun work immediately, so that there will be no delay in me so. I
the matter of getting cuts made and the material ready for the I' ARE NOW READY : II
printers, so that the annual can be placed in the hands! of the stu- STUDENT BODY MEETINGA I
J' dents before the end of school. Here is one matter in which every r t It

student can co-operate with the staff in getting out a creditable most enthusiastic Student Body I New_colorings, new Fashion Ideas, new Fabrics_ ,Prices i are
publication. Watch The Alligator for the announcement of dates j meeting was held in the Gym last l"Florsheim I ;
1 for your class pictures. the Seniors have about completed !Friday after the regular Chapel exer-: 1 ; one-third lower" than those Fall 1920.
!' theirs. The Junior Class Already in order, with the 3ophomores cises. The Friday Chapel is always I 1 t .- I It
11 and Freshmen following in turn. |turned over to the president! of the t : t

#i'' ,f Each year the editors are severely criticised for everything: 'student body for any student busi- !" It
that they do or leave undone in the eyes of their criterions. Each 'ness. The regular business being disposed i "' .',: It t

; genuine suggestion or well meant criticism, we believe, will "be I of every man joined in and a f I
; welcomed by the staff, but a little more real assistance and a few good time get together spirit meeting '
t .Shoes-built-for College I men-ask for catalogs.
less knocks will make a better Seminole. If each man on the campus ensued. t
I will do everything asked by the staff within the prescribed | Dr. Murphree, at the request of t" t
time and will co-operate with the men who are working to put out Bill Bivens made a most inspiring i -
I a book worthy of the ,University of Florida there is no reason why i:I talk on the effect of messages to the i I I'
I we should not publish 'one of the finest year books in the entire ,members of an athletic team when i it : I'f
country. I I :. .
I I,i was on foreign soil. Some one made J
: Every loyal 'Gator will work for a bigger: and better Seminole" 'a motion to have the Student Body t 1I
this I
year. .
send messages of encouragement and t WOLF BROTHERS
1I t
II confidence to every man on the 'Gator I
.: THE PURPOSE OF THE ALLIGATOR I Squad which was then in Knoxville, t TAMPA\ FLORIDA I
Tenn., prior to the I
game with the t
The Florida University of Tennessee.
Alligator is the official publication of the student I money .
J body of the University of Florida. We 'hope that student for said messages to come out of the j I oio. iooiooioioooLance'

here will realize that this paper is.a real student benefactor every before special fund. This motion more than
; the end of this term. The carried and each Club on the Campus j Richbourgh then I
purpose of The Alligator is not simply arose to the spirit and delivered a speech on
I the carrying of news to all the college men concerning the institution voted to send the men from their organizations point of order amidst the pandimonium !school spirit that made all present lit 1,

,f which they are attending. The members of the staff are a message. whcih reigned because of the up and take notice.
about the campus at all times !
gathering ideas; and criticisms .
; upon -----
I' be which wrong.to build Sometimes up articles the to mere correct correction such thif gs'as may appear to ..- .- .- .- ...................-......................:
impressions formed 4 .
j hastily mean quite a little to the entire student body. t'+
: .
1, The Forum column is open for all suggestions, criticisms and I, .
remarks that anyone may have to make .
t student )Jife. When properly signed ana concerning written in any good phase faith of 3-

)' The Alligator will be glad to furnish space for their in 11 : .I
the paper. It is the fault of the student himself if the appearance University I MILLER'S
J" or any phase of student life misses an opoortunity if the idea for :: .

+ Improvement comes to the student himself and he does not pass it .
on to others.
The staff of The Alligator hear various criticisms .
every day and many of them are constructive in their nature. But "
many good suggestions pass by unheeded, for they fall on unheed- i Headquarters for Conklin and Waterman 'Fountain
ears. The forum
column is
the solution to this problem and it i
is the wish of the staff
the students will make, use of this : 'Pens
department. Eversharp Pencils
and the best Ice Cream and'
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'Ve can all appreciate the misfortune that has befallen several i Coldest Cold Drinks in town .
members of the student body during the '
r: past week. The hurricane i
: swept over <
Gainesville was a mere trifle when the .
=- damage done in the southern) part of the State i is..takn into consid- .
erahon. So far but few < .
area. deaths have been reP I .rt: g d in the stricken -
FerreIl .
Wolff >
a graduate of the
] High School .
year, was among those claimed by the t :
grim I
reaper and the : .
sympathy of
entire ,
student '
body is :
extended to his brother HMY -' \ :_ '
Floyd :1
who has been *
past twly rs. attending the UniV> siy during the :

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": i I Who patronize the White House Dining Room have the sat- I.I I.

| CALENDAR 'put aside last Saturday evening between isfaction.of knowing they will enjoy the finest service and
I t tf
-- the hours of nine and twelve .
I 28th S. while most delicious food obtainable.] Table d'Hote Meals, $1.00.
fi'ening, October the !tripping of the fantastic f : ,_, :
-4 flallowe'en Masquerade held sway with Cody's Orchestra : .;
> Club, 9 o'clock. rendering popular selections for the i I II t For reservations and arrangements concerning dinner parties ,

}i [.jtf b evening Dance-Elks', October Club 29th-, 8:30 occasion. J I Y I II 1 1I 1i t t banquets, receptions, balls, weddings, Jfraternity I It

{Cf".b OUR SOCIAL DOMAIN FOR ;THE. !.I t conferences, please see the Manager. I II It

1 evening, October 29th- FUTURE : I t .. ,

ea Party-Hosts, Brother- Tables may be reserve l for any regular meal. Telephone 295.. .
t t
:i [si,Andrews-Club House. From the present outlook the -

,> Thanksgiving holidays will be intet- t :t tI t
; CLUB ENTERTAINS mingled with numerous social functions -
|E0 to be given by the vari-sus clubs .
I' f
)ganeo Club entertained. most and fraternal organizations on the I THE WHITE: HOUSE DINING ROOM

evening at the University campus. .
\fJl1!! Friday t '
' their series of dances to be Thursday afternoon following the I GAINESVILLE'S SOCl CENTER
i at
iiis year. The most expectant Florida-Oglethorpe game in all prob-I f -.I t
I found his or her fond hope ability there! will be a i
s t t
crossingold honor of the members i
immediately after of both deams,
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I NM e MN !!
of the Delta Rho Fra- :while it is rumored tfiat on Thanksgiving -i
Everything was just night there will be a pan-I 4
rooms. .... _
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: |for the occassion, and youth dance. BrandEVERYTHING t f fI
in its demonstraf Friday evening, November 25, the,
f supreme joy of youth. Alpha Tau Omega fraternity will en- I ST. PATRICK'S CATHOLIC CHURCH I

_S dances have been, and will tertain with their annual Thanksgiving A I
the this ball. I East Main Street North .
., all during year-at t:
Club. Indeed they have so To make the week complete and GOOD SUITSHOULD ,<.

ed themselves in the hearts to bring it to a successful!! close there HAVE I Rev. John Conoley, S. T. L., Rector.- Telephone 629 :,! t.t t.- ,
."Gator set that the social grind will be a dance given on Saturday .
t tt
without theseRomeoe's evening, November 26, by the mem- t .
i not be complete It has style-the kind of .
Sundays-Holy Mass and Sermon, 10:30 a. m.; evening
bers of the Serpent Ribbon .
style you find only in Soci- services 1:45 m. -
p. "
The visiting girls, the local society .
are to be congratu- ety Brand Clothes. That'sbecause t tr
to entertain ,so contingent, and the Theta "old men" f Weekdays-Holy Mass, 7:00: a. m. .
their ability hand-tail-
will be the guests of honor. they are i
S Rssfally in that each one of these -- - -- -- -
ored from the best all wool
&fairs are enjoyed by all. ..........
i _
9 Patronize 'Gator advertisers. fabrics. t. f --;. 'F= ,," "" + -,_

m the bevy of youthful dancers One student from the University of You are always

ted at the Elks Club last Fla. Last seen he was making a flying :
ay night it seems as though tackle at the special Pullman on Welcomed at
which the football team was'departing iS
ne is glad to welcome the re-
for Tennessee last Thursday. He BOWERS SHOE STORE .
i of the scripts and all hope that .+rti.X7xr.7.i-*, --
I will come to be a culmination of is 5 feet some odd high black devil- :
enjoyable affairs of last year. ish eyes, no hair on his head (what- Jacksonville, Floida Come in and make yourself at home .
looks. like the 48 club had hold
formidable are ever
East Main Street, South
in action and expect to pullof of 'em). Wore white flannel trousers,
the best scripts to be given mostly dirty, black tie to match. If only one who missed him). No re _: .... .-:: -- .
[year. anyone knows of his whereabouts ward. Just anxious about his class .

can be said that all cares were I please notify Dr. Crow. (He is the I cuts p, that's all. .;.


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gpEEDIE'S PLACE I (Continued WONDERFUL from Page DEFENSIVE 1)) I Official Photographer NORTH SIDE of SQUARE-OVER Seminole for Seven MILLER'S Years I

I Especially equipped to handle your kodak finishing.
Headquarters for University Students and Vocational Men. | fore the end of the half. DAILY SERVICECHESNUT'S
Third Quarter: Tennessee kicks off '"
I t to Florida, but Florida is -- - -
forced to - -
I Meet them there for. Soft Drinks, Cigars, To- I I
punt after three tries at the Vols' '
baccos, Candies, Stationery and Souvenir I line. Tennessee fails to gain .and SHOE PARLOR 3,

Cards. I t punts to Florida's 12-yard line Ten- SOUTH SIDE SQUARE :.
; II I I nessee blocks a punt and on a Ten- Electric Shoe Repair Department Work Guaranteed "VJfiffiHaBBBiXySB
nessee pass, Duncan catches the ball SHOE SHINE PARLOR
and returns it to Florida's 35-yard ... 4 ,
I line. Robinson kicks to Smith who is
downed in his tracks. The rest of ;' ! ! !fi !: !f' !fi! 1]
j r Gainesville Electrical Supply Co. f *
, this quarter was a punting duel with | Boys, when you plant Seeds, be sure to get them from i 1
Tennessee getting the best of the ar '
FLASHLIGHTS LAMP SHADESWhen The ended with the
gument. quarter
3 : : : .._ Floridaiii j ji&f&33ftH&raf&
ball in Tennessee's possession on Flor
-.- ida's' 44-yard line. f .

you need anything electrical drop in and see us Fourth Quarter: Florida penalized +liiiiii J
. 5 yards, offside. A pass, Blair to
. -..-' Lane, carried the ball to Florida's 5- JOHNSON'S PHARMACY ."1 .
.II. yard line. Florida, held and Tennessee Drugs, Medicines, Stationery, Toilet and Rubber Goods ?
. 512 EAST MAIN STREET. : TELEPHONE. 122 could not make the distance. I We guarantee personal attention to Prescriptions. Only 't
. Florida punted to Smith and he was purest drugs used. Low prices. Quality considered.
. downed in his tracks. Tennessee can- Gainesville, Florida. z f
. 4 4I '- -- not make a first down and Campbell 4II

punts to Carlton. Florida is held for
I DROP IN I J downs and they kick but the play :'a DO BUSINESS WITH 1
recalled and the ball is given to the
,f I OTTO F STOCK .- I I Vols. Tennessee now resorts mostly THE FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK 'I
to passing but few of them were sue-
I! cessful. Stanley goes in for Carlton "The New Million Dollar Bank" Resources Over $2,500009;<
I I and Gunn for; Wilskey. The( remain- .. Y
der of the game is played in Flor- RHSERRS!
Alteration Cleaning Pressing I I o ida's territory with the ball first in n tc
I!I Tennessee's hands and then in Flor- | THE PHIFER STATE BANK |
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GAINESVILLE FURNITURE COMPANY $ Lindsay, rt; Nicholson, re; Smith, q; Popular Goods at Popular Prices atBURKHIM'S

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bell, f.Florida.
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I AMERICAN SHOE REPAIR COMPANY : Join your fellow students at the... _... -- ... ---
1 Methodist Baraca Class on Sunday

1I I i.f AND SHINE PARLOR i mornings. I SEE KESSLER. I.t I. .4

I. t For all kinds of Hauling and Moving. In case you need wood
I. Louis Eliades, Proprietor I'll tell the world f
I. Something is going to CALL NUMBER 9DORAN'S
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I..| 115 W. MAIN STREET, N. PHONE 139 J Happen to the studentbodyOf I .-. -- -- .... ... -

N. D. Room 13, Buckman the University of Fla.
I.| Cooper, Agent;
Now, if I'mnot rec- raH3S2ffiffiffiSHffi
.I H .W..$...$........*.j..+frJH .y J! Ognized more in the
1 - ; Future than I have'been in I BIGYCLE SHOP -
I The past because they or East Main Street .
j I II Up to the fact last C
Across from A. C. L. Depot J I SSRSSKK5ZSO2
I : t Saturday that there
Modern and sanitary conveniences have been installed A bunch of men on the r.

I. 'Select your food and let our waiters carry it to your table. |I Ir Worthy Campus deservers who are true of all and ARE YOU ALWAYS BROKE? i

r Prices are exceptionally reasonable. t
A student-body can give them
> [ Here is a good remedy: Buy your. SHOES and JEWELRY
I t $5 Meal Tickets for $3.90 I t ttt r In any shape form or manner \
In as much as they went north L From L. C. SMITH, S. Side Square
tt YOU MUST SEE IT TO APPRECIATE"IT t r And did a big job which deServes -
t t praise
.... - the highest
I - And all the credit said
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Student-body can give-so I For Good Eats and First Class I ,Service Come to ,
Say that it was I and nobody
.. Efse who caused that bunch to m REPP'S LUNCH ROOM I
TWO NEW SHADES 1 Do that and I am the only one
I I, m| One Door North A. C. L. Depot
Who make them do
Ii No-you don't go to the furniture store to get them Come It again can and I am the 1JCOODY'S --_
i r to us-it's neckwear we are talking about. Only one who can make .'

BOOTLEGGERS GREEN Every U. of F.man help -:
Them do it again. ...' .-
All right, fellows the rush is on. We are prepared. to serve That bunch of,men is andDINING
I football ;
> j jt The squad ROOMGAINESVILLE
you htt. ,
> Kline"
Headed by Coaches
I t HUFF SED' .I.II And Van Fleet. I am'that FLORIDA

i I :_'.,: I It Old Florida spirit. Invites you to take your meals with them while in the city.:
i j I Strictly American, all home cooking. A variety of foods. ,. a
: -I II Christmas may- seem a-tong .way served all hours of day until 12 p. m. Prices cheap as'anyplace
I t 'BURNETTT'.HE.: CLOTS. .1t. off but :we are already making pictures -'
I brances.to be VansickeFs used as Christmas'Studio,remem south 108'East Main Street,. : S nI .

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PAGE-EIGHT; ,: -' THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR ., -' .*" -.. -' .-v!:-: ...
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with the others on the :-. ... :... ..;;.4III ""
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campus that it might receive the ben- r ; "

t efit of the fees its members pay. j j Latest "Herringbone" Novelty Si

i The Budget Committee then went

t 1 i 'on record as favoring the printing ofa | The newest creation for Fall and Winter for the

.x f blanket ticket to cover_all forms of u ..
I ,
: activities in place of the t
student _
", present method of having a separate I
4 ticket issued by each branch of the DAMATO

: Demand value and style student activities. It was pointedout j
.. I Pressing .
.. Cleaning!
t. ., $ that this would result.-:*,jn. a con- Repairing

Society Brand Clothes siderable saving of funds.
Taking up the matter of the 1921 I 121 J AST UNION ST. TELEPHO

f. i
I Hanan Shoes, Manhattan\ Shirts;
::-t.' gather all possible information on .
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Are featured lines in' -" the matter and to meet in session on I'I
',' ,', the Giddeons, ;Store."'- ...1. if but ever so slightly, the worst of
8 to considerthe
Tuesday, November ,
this stuff from our table. From: the ,

Mailorders: a specialty. matter fully.Adjournment hard boiled potatoes, good Lord, deliver DR. TENCII

y. Dentist
us. From the green and purple Office

?1' -; -. ':: bull meat, good Lord, be our shield. Graham B
real nice Office
Boys, if you want some Save the lives of all unhappy kitchen Phone: Rea.
"- made to VanSickel's Stu- 35$-JsuchUke.
pictures go
Broaches, and keep them out of the
dio south side Special pricesto -
path of our corn bread, for we would

,'i HENRY. GIDDENS CLOTHING=CO. students. not hurt even the dead bodies of .
--!>'. even the humbles of thy creatures.
'j 11: .:. OBEDIAH OUT OF THE STICKS Amen. Breakfast the next am.*.
: TAMPA, FLORIDA (By Tohretaw) sho fine. Ah had just faa J

-. *" .. .. -" Directly the hefty boy in the pulpit' some tender ham and loving
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.i J- .. "-., Obediah Gets Hit in the Mess Hall rings the bell, and we all set down. an ten beaten biscuits III &

Wall, mister, as Ah was telling The fast thing was soup. Ah startsin quart of real Java coffee ft

you, Ah thought Ah'd sashay inter an doin ma best to get some taste just fixin to go into a platefct f
thet air bless/Hall and give hit a try. out of hit, when a gal opposite to me nicest lookin batter cakes tit

Hit was cheaper than eatin' in town says, Ah see you have quite an ear made yo mouth water wfe
J I I for.music :Mr. Obediah.
<, and them nine dollars in ma personal Right away woke up, and gosh, how Ai fc

... k undershirt bank account-was agit- everybody agrees: an says he sho has.
# tin )(kinder low. I Ah says wal, Ah can git a jig out ofa Do your sleeping in the afe
So that day along about noon, Ah I I mouth organ, but Ah don't see how. Come to Sunday school in tilt
: a1. you know Ah'm musical She
SUITS follered the\ crowd, and we all segregated -I says ing.
Ah can tell that the way
by drink
1 44. you
; ourselves at the entrance of a
I I cc: x low artistik like brick building, builton soup.' Ah don't know how she done Secretary of John Marshal-'
With it.: She sho must be, some character
air bun-
the general order of them ing minutes-"Mr.) John

: _: galoos that Ah seed them durned reader. ter followed Mr. J. L. Crearya
Wal suh
Two Pairs tourist fellers livin in one time when Ah don't correctly remember Ideal Rat." _
Ah took a trip over to the East Coast. just what else they was to Rhudy-"Mr President, fa

x We waited there a spell till someone eat. :Most of hit was new to me, ask the name of the fiery steel
Pants never tasted nuthin like hit before.
give the signal, and the hull gang
Ah remember when the ..
$31.50t, fellers and gals both, began shovinan they brought SPECIAL
meat a feller says, don't eat none of
a pushin an a huffin an a puffin to
I.I that, hits got
1 32.50 see which could git in fust. Ah got gravy on says Special price on 1-pound te_

wedged in between a fat gal and a what harm is they in eatin gravy. candy as long as they last, ft

I fr'v $35.00 little red headed skinny feller, that He says, they only use the gravy as Others at ?1X)0.)

had a look of mortal agony on his a disguise. They never use gravy I University Book $

> :; him when the meat has been killed this j
r $42.50 [face. Ah asked if Ah was a

pushin too hard. He said no, that year.Wal I ADVICE TO THE LOVE 1
5- .- suh, ah I. 1 1By
:) S Best warn't what was bothering him, but could tell you a lot

"i Money he was livin in awful apprehensionof of other funny things they said an One Who Has Been iW
done there. One feller
what he'd have to face when he takes a shavin Dear *'
,- Can Alligator: A few we
,.I::. BuyOVERCOATS kit out of his
.:" got inside and got*set at the table. pocket and starts to I met a splendid girl and fell;

He said hit was only his second meal latherin up apiece of steak. Saidhe'd with her and we promptly V*

; .. ; there and he hadn't never et in noth-: found after four years of beinga engaged. Now I have foondjl<
$18.50 to $32.50 vegetarian that if
you used good
in' worse than turpentine camps fore she has an artificial limb. Tjk!
he come here. Said he had a very soap and rubbed hit in gopd an kep against me greatly. I eaa|#
t BUY CLOTHES yo razor sharp that
you carve
sympathetic disposition and hit was for it. Should I break it oft*
: f out a piece once a month .
NOT CREDIT an awful strain on his feelins to observe or so. ious. +

the sufferin of his fellow mor Wal suh the agony was soon over. Dear Anxious: It is $p'
: Men's Fashion Shop tals that went on around him at ev- grabs me a tooth pick on the way thought advisable, under n4. :
meal. out and while hit warn't much, hit
ery conditions to cancel the haPfJf

; .: Court Arcade, Tampa. Fla. Wai, sun, finally Ah got inside an went satisfy as far as anything Ah'd et to However, if the limb menti& l'i
:} Ah started to set down, but a' gal i Ah pens to be her left arm, and,.
went around again to
------ says wait a minute, they allus say I had to do hit. The feller supper, get her not to wear it to &f
L. MEETING OF BUDGET ,. Mr. Richbourg presented a bill for grace fust. So Ah stood behind ma ma board took ding, you can save the pr1
I money wouldn't hit
: ";- COMMITTEE telegrams sent to the football team chair and a pleasant lookin chap built back, tho Ah begged him. give wedding ring. _

.i f'f. before like a baby elephant, who was standin in with tears Beloved Alligator: Friday**
student ma The
game or- eyes. only difference be-
Continued from page 3.> up in a kinder pulpit, rings a bell tween I took a young lady to the F
vance of $200 for minor sports. Moved ganizations to the amount of $18.01.It an hollers, Mr. Yonson will please say the supper an the dinner was i was very much embarrass*!
; was moved by Prof. Black and that neither of them seemed to fur- :
i .. by Prof Reed that the amount be grace. Right away a deep, manly nish ing one of the scenes where t&-
passed that the bill be paid. anything to overcome that awful
paid. Passed. The Budget Committee voice pipes up and sings out, 0 Lord, sinkin and all ine removed her clothes and 1ft
Mr. Crago for the Flint Chemical we thank thee for what is gone feelin in ma Do think this
it went record about to be I stumik. you was a PKf|
on as approving Dr.Ianehester's Notin much
Society asked happened till
if the
Budget Committee slung before us. We offer our humble of picture for a young man H
action of scheduling a could recognize in,a financial way gratitude for that which is now we got to .,the regular desert of corn a respectable lady f
: } '. game.of soccer football between Live on a basis of its membership the due to fall around an maybe on us. bread and syrup. Then a feller had Observant. ; -
: ;' Oak Hign School .and the Teachers' to be led out in a disgraceful
Flint Chemical !
Society as one of the We realize, 0 Lord, that we are but Friend: Yours is one ; College freshmen. Dr. intoxication..
active organizations on the campus. poor an unworthy of thy slightest strange ethical questions & **
j : submitted the bill for gym. equip.. Since the society is not Ah had noticed that air
provided for syrup &#
thought, but, 0 Lord, remember in yond the wisdom of even
;,' ment he had ordered to the amount off in the budget, the committee was unable thy mercy the men and women here seemed mighty bubbly an ah primed tor to settle off.hand.fc &

: $1,484.25. It was 'moved by Rich- to help, but expressed itself maself accordinly, but Ah could stand *3*
A i:, as who have, as it were, but the normal than that.you see Prof. L. tf.
"bourg and'passed that the bill be paid. favoring the society's being put on an amount more he could. Allus did havea and Professor ; *
.. .. of gastrict juice, and fend off,\ strong head when hit Hathaway.
comes to I2f3 *
f matters are more in their -

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Drinks Sandwiches
School Supplies, Pe nnantsStationery Toilet Articles j *

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