The Florida alligator
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028291/00338
 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: November 4, 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
 Record Information
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: UF00028291:00338
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Preceded by: Orange and blue
Succeeded by: Independent Florida alligator

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f HOT RECEPTION VERY ATTRACTIVEThere AT 12:45: FRIDAYElaborate I Coach Kline's Gridiron Warriors

I I ARTS AND SCIENCE It Show Real Class Under the '
Most Conditions.
t Unfavorable :
dame in Tampa Will be One of I Are Brightest Prospectsfor Preparations Have I DEFEATS Bulldogs put up a game fight, E
E the Hardest of the.Season, but I One of the Most Successful I Been Made to Have One of the I TEACHERS, I but Unable to Check Florida's

I i the Proteges of Coach Kline and Interesting: Courses of Entertainments : Largest Crowds that Ever I Steady March Toward the
i Are Ready for the Worst that Ever .staged at" Witnessed a Football Game in I AGS TIE LAWYERSFirst I Goal Line.Montgomery.'

I South Carolina Has to Present I U. of F. I Florida-University Band and -

Hundreds of Students Will be'' ,'Ala., Oct. 29.-On a
-_ t' The first of the series of entertainments I There to Put the Old Fighting : Games of Series Result in 1 field abounding-with soggy and slippery E
Tie Florida Gators are off for.I arranged under the Lyceum 1 'Gator Spirit into the Side- I the Teachers Being Eliminated mud from steady rainfall which

"!'ampa. Expectant of victory because course will be held in the Gymnasiumon lines. w I While the Deciding Game j continued throughout the game, the
every man is in top-notch con- next Thursday evening, November Between Last Year's Champions University of*' Florida football! ma-
. lioi, Dixon punting as well or perhaps 10. The Metropolitan Orchestra will The 'Gator Special will pull out of I and the Lawyers Remains I chine conquered Howard college of

stronger than ever, the team j render the program.Six Gainesville for Tampa at 12:45 sharp I to be Played. Birmingham 'by a score of 34 to 9
Kline and Van Fleet have
and Coach I artists of attainment composethe Friday, with the numerous body of I Saturday afternoon. Florida outplayed -
t up an impregnable defense and orchestra, each member having a students and townspeople who intend I After the game last Friday after- the Bulldog:aggregation from the

a formidable< offense. Beside working record of successful entertainment experience to take advantage of the splendid I noon between the teams of the Arts opening whistle until the end of the

tin' unison and as a man of eleven;, and being known as an en- rate secured for the trip there and I and Science College and the Teachers battle and kept. the pigskin in How-

khe first squad is showing up in practice -I semble player and an individual ar back, The University Band will be College the members ' Florida.
worthy of '
[ like veterans I tist. Classical and popular selections on board and plans are being made could have very truthfully exclaimed: time. ,:- ---
There is no doubt but that it will t rendered as instrumental sextets, for extensive advertising by the use I "We have met the enemy and theyare Florida's line was never seriously

la a hard game, but besides the support I quartets, trios duets, and solos com- of appropriate signs and slogans i ours." As young hopefuls they I endangered, the Gators repeatedly
of the student body that*will bejthere pose the program. strung along the sides of the coaches. I came on the field as the evening sun 'frustrating the attacks of the Howard -
and the band and the co-oper- The committe in charge of the Lyceum I Indeed the indications are that one of blazed down in all its glory and aj : backfield, while again and agala

jah'on of the Tampa citizens, the game course- has contracted for fiva i the peppiest, biggest bunch of 'rooters conquerors they left it after having the Baptists were swept off their feet;

undoubtedly be a sweeping vic- other, numbers, the dates of which that ever backed a team will be in defeated the Teachers College in the by the Gators as they plunged-ani --
iry for, the orange and blue warriors., have not as yet been definitely an' the Cigar City on Saturday afternoonto first inter-college game of the season burrowed through the defense' for
The stage is completely set for nounced. cheer the 'Gators on to a decisive f by a score of thirteen to ten. How- frequent gain,

crushing defeat of South Carolina.I The Dunbar Male Quartet and Bell victory over the Gamecocks. t ever, the game was by no means a Both teams found playing difficult

gh South Carolina is a worthy Ringers are one toward which the A five or six hours' run will put the''walk-away, as any onlooker ,could because of the condition of the gridiron -

pponent and a watch for the Gator student body may look forward with Special in Tampa at about 5:30 or 6 testify. In fact, after'the first quar- which was little more than *
m,there is forecasted"for the Florid pleasiire to hearing. This quartet is o'clock, giving the excursionists plenty i ter had passed the Teachers seemedto :lake of mud when the game started.

advocates'a complete victory and able to secure marvelous musical ef- of time to prepare for the mammoth I receive new vigor and strength, too The speed of the players was unquestionably -
efeat' for our more northern oppon- fects from their splendid peal of bells. concert which the University band, late, however to recall the mischief. handicapped by the muddy

SEtfi. Then ,there is Alton Packard, car- together with two or three of the best already done. field. The rain never ceased dung

e Coach Kline will probably carry toonist supreme, humorist extraordinary bands in Tampa, will render at 7:30. I After the game had been in prog- the contest and only a sprinkling of 6

. twenty-four men. The first eleven one of:the elect of the plat- On Saturday morning a gigantic parade ress for the space of about five min- spectators witnessed the fray and the ; i

ll possibly be: form. In,;his presence one is conscious will be staged with all the I utes the first wave of the Arts and most? of them carried raincoats and | E

Swanson, left end I that*one is in the presence o fan tors, bands and townspeople 'Ga-I Science pushed the enemy back stead. umbrellas. |

Wurthridge, left" tackle ,: ._, artist who is a master, of his art, ,demonstrate "what Florida's going to. ily and scored the first touchdown of Howard entered the combat witk f
Scott, left guard ; and that back of the artist is a ,real do. to-the Gamecocks." tie; game. Not being content with four of its strong men absent from 4
4 Wflskey! center man who has a great mission in life One of the most attractive featuresof this step toward victory Glover Miller the lineup on account of injuries. The '%
Perry "- for mankind. proceeded to catch a forward pass Bulldogs fd'4ghtwit everlasting -*
right guard' and a great message making the trip on the Orange and
4l Doty, right tackle ... King. Solomon said: "A merry heart Blue Special is the fact that those ,and carry the ball forty yards to the tenacity and*'made, desperate .efforts? ,' ,
Burnett, right end does good- like a medicine." Alton holding the excursion tickets have the goal, thereby scoring the second to: proceed with the leather to withim '

Stanley, quarterback"t. I Parker will be good,medicine for those option of, coming back on any of the }I touchdown. striking distance of the Gators' line.
: : About this time the Teachers began But stubborn' resistance om*
l> Carleton, left half .who hear him.' regular trains up until 1 o'clock Sunday they met
Duncan, right half :Mr. Opie! Read. on the platform I thus making it possible for those i to show some spirit and during nearly every occasion.
Dickson, fullback I shines with a brilliance all, his own. wishing to stay after the Special runs :the second quarter, by playing defensive Dickson- scored the first touchdown

First substitutes are: Robinson, In Southern and negro dialect he is back at varying times. Those they succeeded in stemming for the Floridans in the opeping'I period

ft guard; Merrin; fullback; H. Per-. certainly a master, and the undescrib- who to come wish to come back on Saturday i the, onward rush of the A. and S., I surging across the line after his '

center; Cox, left half; :Pomeroy able witchery of his words, the charmof Stan .do so, as the Special leaves I I and' in this"manner turned the tide of teammates, had gained_consistently by'j
ght half tackle the influenceof I battle. The second half was marked pushing back the Howard defense and \
; Rosenhouse right ; his voice; and ,manner, at. midnight for the return trip.
nnn, left tackle; Mounts, left end. his personality, combine to weave i t y a field goal which Haite of the by'a twenty-yard run by Carleton.: j
Carleton, Duncan and Dickson are the magic spell that holds:his hear. Plans are being made to arrange A. i Teachers kicked from the twenty-: Dickson. kicked the_ goal. Dickson (; :
M. C.
first-class trio combination and.,as- ers enthralled., .On,realizes that this for accommodations at the Y. i yard line Also during the middle of kicked off for the Gators at. tie-beginning -- ,i
t led with the addition of Stanley, remarkable man' has the power to for those who do not live in Tampa intendto ot'Eave I the third quarter Haite attracted of the game. *T. !
I -friends with whom they t still further attention by skilfully Florida's second touchdown wa**
omeroy and Bealey, the backfield sway his audience at wilL ,
resents a worthy ,crew of pigskin presenting Mr. Harold Proctor, stay Tickets have been on sale on :catching a forward pass and running made by Duncan in the next quarter
the Campus and in town since last I the intervening twenty-five yards fora following steady gaining after Stanley -
printers. The fact that Carleton the eminent Irish tenor, and supporting 1 I .
'eked four goals and made one touch artists, Miss May Rees, violinist, Wednesday and the indications are touchdown. f returned the ball ten yards,'after '
that three hundred or more will be Considerable credit is due to both receiving it on the forty-yard line
wn in the last game with Howard and Miss Heta Laurence, pianist, the I I
WI what a valuable man the Gas Redpath Bureau predicts this trio will sold out in short order. Students are teams as well as certain individual i iI I following Howard punt. Dicksoa
have expectation. urged to secure their tickets as earl payers. The individual stars >fcf the I II again kicked goal.
on their team.
meet urpass every I
f1 Swanson also played a remarkably '(Continued on Page Eight) as possible. I game were Haite and Hamon of the I II I The Gator outfit :resumed the of-
** eVer Teachers, and M. H. :Miller, Glover fensive at the beginning of the third
game at his end, preventing
cry pass attempted and breakingugh I'4. + i + + 4 + .+ Centre's football team are the pigskin I I Miller and Raleigh Scotten of the quarter, and in spite of the rain displayed -
defense after defense to NOTICE + kings of the South today. The I I Arts and Sciences. good work and before the pe-
r |row Howard team for losses.During + praying colonels having administered !II''I The line-up for last Friday's game riod ended both Carleton and Duncan

[ the entire game the Florida Fellows, remember while} in + a lashing to the great crimson of was as follows! : had crashed'over the defense line and
well claim to be the Arts and Sciences Osbourne left both occasions Dickson kicked
: on
e held + Harvard, may I
f like a stone wall. The factat Tampa that the business men
+ football team in the realmsof end; Gifford, left tackle; Haynes, left goal. Carleton swept acrcss the
The greatest
Captain make
Perry, one of the best ,* there are helping to
yen in the S. I. A. A., had six Alligator possible through the + Dixie, However, they have yet I' guard; Boyd, center; Raasch, right muddy gridiron for a distance:, ol

her men on the line to form the + medium of advertising and that to play the winner of Georgia Tech : guard; Wyatt, right tackle; Miller, _nearly twenty-five yards for his
'pregnable consideration + and University of Georgia. Glover, right end; Howell quarter- touchdown.
line, shows what a stub- + any patronage or
rn and back; Scott, right half; Miller M. H., Sends in Substitutes
opponent the South Carolinans + shown them will be
U find in the Buy that ticket early tomorrow; left half; Matthews, fullback. Coach Kline of the Florida team
Gator Although
team. + appreciated.
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: WHIG TWEATKK, lat.f '
a? ? gpTMz
M.Mttf When in Jacksonville
fJ fir KSEMY"MLK. -/* &. *

T *4sr- An 1ssterating .. Make
D r. I3rtxtrrCx L1aM Made -
} J'AI4 YIttU f. Trip to the National .

H08IE1lY. Conferences of Prison and 0eJlagtuttt ; -- FURCHGOTT'S '
Children AwodztiunxInspected .
I "lt4 T- the State Prison 1 MEND STORE
Miry MU** Motet 10IfKtt Farm In Kaffcird on Kettrrn i.
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The &xwwa du 01 1M Lrnirer-. Your Headquarters
11u".bI sit)', After fBakffl a trip to Jackwn 1 IvI11e : ; '
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I hre they attended the session
I of tb* tfatfcwul Ceafer K* of Delinquent tf r '' .If yea can't come, write .s
and Pfctiv> children, prv.n.- i i K and we win fill your wants
1.ua Ju..fI.n Yang fa
twn crflkerind Nfctk/nal Prison assystatfon '
"C/UKCB 11Hllfulfb
w # and Kalford wbne
a trip to
a /- trey vfcited the State Prim farm, returned y b Store Acconvmodating 9

"CIJI'S OF WKhvw :" to CalmwviHe{ yesterday morn

I J. the first trip of the kind
CnminruwK -l&Q to 11:00SPORTING
that the Sociology; clan ha ever made
f, and It II I planned t.o make it an annual i : < heart ofJacksonville"

; event. Many of the men whu I .3r.'A .
made the trip, report that it wa I II'
i mOlt)beneficial
GOODS Dr. L. M. Bristol, professor of sociotoKy 1!
t and economics at thC'tiniveiviilty
I Tennis Football headed the party, and those btu- I

I dents makln{ r the trip with him Included I _u___ ._ __ __ ____
; Baseball Basketball J. T. JUte of Tampa C. W. Hart of New York, chairman of the,teen held in the jail 18 months as a.witness i quitted.
Fusel I of Webster, C, D. Keen of committee on persons awaiting triaL '; and that a white woman haJ Warden Blitch of the State Priaa
QUALITY! 8KHV1CE Jfar anna, David Weitrouv of Key He said that one colored woman bad been held 7 months and was then 8I (:- (Continued on page eight) I
I Went, It. 0. Wallace of Dayton, J. B. I!I
Massey of Dade City and T. S. Una
i Baird. Hardware Co. of China. ,
When the party first arrived In'
Jacksonville they were taken over the
< city by )Ir. Marcus Fagg, preaiden .
of the Florida Children' IIome Society ,
S HOE S Mr. F KK took them first to
the boys' club, which is in the old 9

armory, then to St Luke's Hospital, :
i II 1*. M. TENCH H the Children's Home and the alva (
a J .
j'I tion Army hotel. While making{ thy .- t; :_,< .
I I. i 0 Gainesville, 0 trip Mr Fag called their attention

to various conditions{ etc,, that were ; .
E Florida E of interest to them, making{ it on the f !

whole They very then instinctive visited the Duval county Why Is Iron Magnetic ? .
jail and farms, the Chamber of Commerce
I A. J*. Snell. the new secretaryof < A horsep ,
: magnet attracts a steel needle. But why?

I ... -----....-- short the talk Chamber to the of fellows Commerce, in which, made M a ... ->.... JWe don't know" exactly.. .We .do.' know-"" ". that.** electricity*" *- and'.'* .,-snag* -*_ '"
told of the -. OfiUsra are related.. V j '
development of the modem ,.. .
/ .
1 .NOKAU' Oar of commerce and iU In .
dynamos and
; present interest in public motors we apply electromagnetic effects. All our
Art and Gift Shop I problems power-stations, lighting systems, electric traction and motor drives,
Picture and Picture Frame Then came several of the meetings even the ignition systems of our automobiles depend upon these
f 4..ar..r..r..at_r. of the Conference, from which the fel I magnetic effects which we use and do not understand. i
lows all agree they received .
J. W. M'COLLUM & CO. tumefit. Perhaps if 'we understood them we could utilize them much more ;

i DRUGGISTS The visit to the StAte prison farm efficiently. Perhaps we could discover combinations IJf metals more !

If' THE RBXALL STOREs on Sunday was one of the most ben magnetic than iron. t
s Agents for ficial part of the trip. They were
I LiggetU and Norris Candle shown about the place by Warden The Research Laboratories of the General Electric! Company investigate t

Gainesville FlaI DUtch, 'who explained to them the'prevailing magnetism by trying to find. out more about electrons and their I'
I conditions at the arrangement in atoms. .
-. .... .-..-..-. honor farm. The.
I W. S. DORSEY &; CO. 1 explained and now some in of vogue Its there benefits wat X-rays have shown that each iron atom consists of electrons grouped

k I Everything in Groceries I IFor were looked into by the fellows. Ow around a central nucleus like planets around an infinitesimal sun.
"' of the party states that when they X-rays enable us to,some extent to see into the atom and may at last
GoodiM* Sake Drink I were driving the truck: from the sU. reveal to us what makes for magnetism.
DORSEY'S DEUGHT COFFEE tion/ to the farm the "lifer"{ who
.... ........___4II ......__4 driving{ spoke of ,the farm as "oor was This is research in pure science: and. nothing else. Only thus'can real
farm," this in itself isf strong proof progress be made,

J. S. BODIFORDand that the feeling of ownership *nd < -
Studies of this
pride prevails under the honor system are constantly resulting iri minor improvements.15ut .
and the prisoners are made better cit '" some day a discovery; maybe made: ,which will enable_ a metallurgist -
COMPANYDrugglats izens Instead of being mistreated. On* 1 S to work out the formula for a magnetic alloy which has not yet been

: Phone 32 of the most outstanding of the lacks I cast but which will surely have the properties required. Such a result
at the farm was that there was no I would be an achievement with tremendous possibilities. I It would

...._- .... .-.----_.... dental clinic there. The State has not .. improve all electric generators, motors, and magnetic devices.
provided for any special treatment of
Everything Electrical the teeth of the prisoners and about In the meantime the continual improvement in electrical machinery

I JOS. J. SEYKOUA I ono third of the men have pyhorres proceeds, in lesser steps. These summed up, constitute the phenomenal -
I According to the reports of the fel progress experienced in the electrical art during the past twenty-
rhonc 107 Gain{ t"llyme" Fla. lows the farm is now worth about a five years .

-----...-----....:. million dollars and the State has only! ",
...... ..... appropriated about $150,000 in add!* -
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tion to this the fellows report that I Iis it ''
See | self supporting. .
Vidal Drug Company | The following were some of the f General.Electric

For Drugs Stationery Toilet "pickings" that different members of '
Articles, Candle |f the party report: General_. Company Scbexxectady.N.T.9S4S3B -

iBouvenlr- Card..*. Waterman rensj t t1 The Duval county jail received severe -
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FLORIDA RIFLE TEAM | with scores from other schools, and ...... ..................... ............
will enter men as usual the winner decided. .
Florid .
it year in the Fourth Corps Area Tryouts for this team have begun .

1 jju contest. This includes all the already and thirty men will be picked .. ..;. .
T in the South. Each entrant who will have the privilege of .
egez 1 1E.
_1 pay a fee of ten dollars to buy practicing as much as possible. From 'I :
trophy cap for the wnnerThis' these men the team of ten men will S Enough" is
a ."Good :
j torever, b ontIonal-a school notpayng be chosen. E.
this fee receives no trophy, if Florida will also stage special con- -. not good enough .
*V e wins and the money is returned tests with Georgia Tech, (who most .
the other contestants. EveryJChDol'a I gloriously beat her last the .
to year), in Porter's Fitform Clothes for young :
team shoot on their own I University of Georgia and the Uni- t
:nge with small calibre rifles, and versity of Alabama. The contest with men and older men who want to stay .
-1d in their score to Camp McPher- Georgia Tech will be especially interesting / young. In the tailoring of these sup- .

I -,at Atlanta, where it is compared and probably very close. .. .erby styled garments the reasy way" :

i makes way for the better way and .
:: A: "How fine can they be made?" crowds ..

: out the usual manufacturing question .
: \, ;; 1 / \ _"How fast can they be made?" .
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Alabama vs. Vanderbilt.
Glasses Fitted
UNIVERSITY MEN .. Centre vs. Kentucky. .

-"," ,. Chattanooga vs. Sewanee.
Chicago vs. Ohio State. Eyes Tested
Demand value and style .
Columbia Cornell.
vs. Broken lenses duplicated in one hour'stime z
Society Brand Clothes Florida vs. South Carolina.

Furman vs. Mercer. L -S
Hanan Shoes, Manhattan Shirts, Knox Hate Georgia vs.' Virginia. S S

i Tech. vs. Clemson. C. H. COLES & SON
Are featured lines in the Giddeons Store. L. S. U. vs. Arkansas.. ""-,.,
Minnesota vs. Iowa. .' ...t ',- .." .; -':' -;-.' i
Mail l erders a specialty. S ,! ,- Penn. vs. Lafayette.. : er*' -- AY _.

... Pitt vs. Nebraska. ? I I H- r
Princeton vs. Harvard. i
Stetson vs. Oglethorpe. : N. Y. HATTERSWe

Army vs. Notre Dame.. | clean and block your old Hats, all new styles i
Navy vs. Bucknell.V.
M. I. vs. North Carolina. and shapes. See CLYATT TAYLOR, No. 42 Bnck-
HENRY GIDDENS-CLOTHING CO. West Virginia vs. W. & L. man. -,-

...- Yale vs. Maryland. .
Georgia Tech proved to be only a 6
gentle zephyr when she breezed up
against the whirlwind from Pennsyl- THE FLORIDA ALLIGATORIS k

vania State. TOO score, 28 to 7, told
what a decisive victory the northerners -
won over the golden tornado from O. Smith. 108 Thomas Hall. A. T. Moore. -

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THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR What we gonna do to South Car :: : -. _
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EDITORIAL DEPARTMENT fellow students at the '
Truman Green ._......._.._................_....._._..._......_.._......_....__.--..Edi tor-in.Chief Methodist Join your Class on Sunday |I THE HART SCHAFFNER & MARX I I't
Pete Harris _....._............_.._..__..__...---_......._...--.Managing! Editor Baraca
t Glover Miller _......__....._...._..............__.._......._.Assistant. Managing Editor mornings.. I o I
.. Henry Fuller and Murray Cbnen......_...._..............- -........._._...Athletic Editors 1 I i i 't : STYLES FOR FALL 1921. .
e Franklin West, Harrold Klock, Murray Cohen....,__: ._,....,.. ._......Reporters Back Tampa., fellows they are I I Ii I
.2 ". K. K. Hanson,'Ed.-Woodberry, Pannenter, Ozzy. Bie,'H.' E. Knight backing :us. .
and R. W. Ray _...;..:L:.:. .t........'.._.,_._..:.....,....e......".._....._:........-..Co n t 'b u to.r I. ARE NOW READY I H
Boys, if you want some real nice
.! BUSINESS DEPARTMENTAleck made, to VanSickel's Stu-
White .........._..............:.....-_:._....-_.........-*......_.__.____Business Manage pictures go I Fashion Ideas Fabrics. I I
Horace Wilson .....__....._.......: ....___....._..._.Assistant Businesa Manager dio, south side square. Special prices' I I tt New,colorings] new. new Prices are
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to students.
{ j onethiid.iower. than! those Fall 1920. I
Entered as second-class matter, September 28;J912, at the postoffice at t I
Gainesville, Fla., under the Act of :March 3d, 1879. Who'll break the news to the folksin -L >
,; .. .. ..
dear old S. C.T .. -_ I
I Place all communications and news items in boxes designated for that ? ;; ,
I purpose in Peabody and Language Halls. I t t I
Dr. Enwall teaching the Methodist :
I P..ate-Tbe Florida Alligator, $1.50 the year. Baraca'*Class. Come and }hear t I 1
a ]him. A FlorsheimShoes-built for College men-ask for catalogs 1I

I, The 'Gators dine upon. Gamecock i ; I
"On to Tampa," is the slogan of approximately four hundred soup Saturday night. I t _
'Gator rooters who are leaving for their pearly raid on the West dI
I Coast metropolis. The special train that is to leave Gainesville I Christmas may seem a long way I .
off but we are already making pic-
tomorrow will carry an estimated crowd of three hundred loyal I .
tures to be used as Christmas remem- I
'Gators-in fact, every single man who can possibly get away for I brances.. Yansickel's Studio, south WOLF BROTHERSt

the trip. The team will certainly be supported as it, has never side square, Gainesville, Fla.
: been before on a distant field. It shows that the old spirit that it I t (t FLORIDA .

a takes to win games is running high in the University this year. Everybody learn all the yells and II I t tL

I The people of Tampa will get their first real glimpse of this I:songs.....w -.... -t.t.t ---- -- ___
'Gator spirit, as it is called when four hundred .followers of the :
I Orange and Blue march up Franklin street with the band in the DR.
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lead. It will materially assist the University in many ways. Never Dentist i r
I.t before this time have the high school students had an opportunity? I Office Graham Building :I I I Latest I
,' to see such a large numberof the students of the University away I Office Phone: Res. Phone t "Herringbone" Novelty Suits II I
from the school. The attitude of each individual man while away
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L from here will either be a boost or a detriment to the Universityof t. 369-J tI | The newest- creation. for Fall and Winter for the up-to-date It.I
Florida. Every msn should bear this in mind and think twice j I Dresser -
before letting the enthusiasm and pep that will pervade cause him.1 I- JOHN B. SUTTONAttorneyAtLaw t
I. to do a single thing that will reflect unfavorably on the University I >I NICI'DAMATOCleaning I-
as a whole. 1, t t' II
What we are going to do to South Carolina has already been I 201 Citizens Ban: !; Bldg. Pressing, Repairing II I-
decided by the student body. We are going to put up the hardest ,.A 'rAMPA'LOIUDA t ,I-
fight that has ever been seen jn this State, according to Coach '.... 121 EAST UNION ST.
Kline and if this does not :' --- t t TELEPHONE' 511 I-
produce a victory it will simply be because : -- -'
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South Carolina has a team which hopelessly outclasses the I t -- ..
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battling. :'Gators. The_team is ready-to fight. The student body j __ __
win DC there to back them. uickson -- -
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going play. Look out,
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McGill University of :Montreal Canada has the distinction of
being the only college in Canada to publish a daily paper. The Alligator -
j is in receipt of several exchanges from this z,
peppy paper THE
j I and.in: :our.; .opinion,"* it would be a credit to any college! or. .University. -I BON .TONI 1

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At Cornell University the honor system is now in force during I Me There"Agents I
all examinations. Committees elected from the various colleges .
have charge of the enforcement and the students are expected to .1
report all violations just as is the custom here. Booklets have been I .

that prepared all of and the are provisions distributed are among made perfectly the entire clear.student This body should so I for the Martha Washington and Johnston Candies

be a welcomed improvement here if each j .
new man
was given a --- -
booklet with the entire honor code in black and white. As it is at jI I --- ---

the present time the freshmen are given but little chance to thor- -- ---------- -- --- -------- .

_ oughly school program.familiarize? themselves..... with this. important part of there .. .. .. ..

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With many of the old track back -
I squad and with anabundance ; --'Ji..A....
_of new.material on the campus, Florida looks forward to the "
coming track season with high hopes. l: < WHEN -DQVN'TOVVN.lVIEFIr }ME AT

Last year track, for the first time, became a major sport and t!+ -" : .
k-. by the leadership of A. N.'Sollee and the coaching do'ne by Lieu- 4 -

teiiant Atkinson, it was possible to send a track team to Suwanee, .
Tenn., to represent the University- Florida in the S. I. A. A. ; I
Track Meet, which was held there. Tha team sent to Suwanee : .
did not win any points. Nevertheless, .Florida's name became i .MILLER'S '.
prominent in S. I. A. A. track circles two years ago, when a team -; -
consisting of one man, A..K. Sollee, placed the University of Flor- a _. _. .
ida eighth among fifteen colleges entered. I .' \ .
Already the S. I. A. A. Track Meet 1 iv practically assumed awl I _, ,-' .:-, --\" ....
Meet.in addition there is a pcssi-:11,:iof; a State Inter-College Track \ j ," ". .; r ., -4,

Among the prominent iaik: men ol last year returning to S .., ,We_ -- -Are Always at Your ServicePAGE 1
school are: A. N. Sollee .apiain: : rrl n.ra rer of tve team Perry + ...
Coxe, King, Green, Anderson Todd Bivens, Leonard and Shep- :. ; ';: 1IR 4
pard. In addition to last Y'nay's squad there are some of the best i 14- .. .
high 'attVtes! of la, year represented in the Freshman J -- .. .
Class. Among ther are: .C 'nefl; of Inverness, Gifford of Vero, I 0 .-
Corley of Leesburg Perry:of Miami i 4
and Clark of Duval-all of :' ;
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I not only good scholarship, but : : 1 .-
good fellowship.<<: t UNIVERSITY MEN ;: II II t tI
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I DINNER PARTY I I Who patronize the White House Dining Room have the satisfaction '

SOCIA CALENDAR OMRICRON CLUB BANQUET One of the most pleasing social_ I of knowing they will! enjoy .the finest service and t tt
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\., functions given in honor of Mr. Sam- most delicious food obtainable. Table d'Hote Meals, $1.00. ,
(0rsday evening, Nov. 10-K.,A... ',; A pleasant_ affair of last Friday uel Wyche Getzen and Miss Josephine t : t
i Club.y was a banquet given by the Omri-
Ice, Woman's Brooks was a dinner party ten- t t
cron Club at the Ff reservations and arrangements concerning dinner parties -
Nov. 11-Theta 'Gator Cafeteria. dered
evening by Messrs. Truman Green,
t Plates were set for twelve and all expressed .1 Franklin West, and Otis Green last t banquets, receptions, balls, weddings, or fraternity. ,

_1 evening, Nov. 12-Script well spent themselves evening.as having passeda 0 Tuesday night. j t conferences, please see the Manager.\ t tI '
attending this formal affair
A This fraternal organization was were Misses Josephine Brooks, Beth I I
saa'sClub.ltarfay y, Nov.. 18-Sigma Nu Dance, founded on the University campus last Hammagrin, Inez Brooks, Catherine I i Tables may be reserved for any regular meal. Telephone 295. I It I II

year and is composed of vocational Tucker, Lillian Glass, and Martin i i
evening, Nov. 19-Script
students. Livingston, and Messrs. Bert Boyer, j t t tI

ke. Wyche Getzen, Bob Glass, Franklin
r&y evening, Nov. 25-A.'T. 0.LWoman's F. L. E. CLUB DANCE West, Otis Green, and Truman Green. I I i it
The Getzen-Brooks wedding was solemnized .
ttnrday evening, Nov. 26-Ser- A delightful social function of the today at high noon at the t ;,
i Dance, Country Club.y&y past week-end was a formal dance First Methodist church.HALLOWE'EN GAINESVILLE'S SOCIAL CENTER iI
Dec. 3-K. A. Rat Dance, given by the N. E. K. K. A. Chapterof I t. t tI
Club. F. L. E. at the Elks' Club. NIGHT
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t HALLOWE'EN BALL I threshold until the midnight "hour Gainesville passed Hallowe'en, night .
i f everyone found their desired and tI this year by giving a street dance on' .
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[:dazzling array of splendor, beau- I I proved. to be a night of unconfined joy. I the north side of the court house I' ,
tad joy was the annual S. A.-E. square, which was roped off for this I
!owe'en Masquerade Ball of last I MIDNIGHT SUPPER I II occasion. Later in the evening a few ', I ST. PATRICK'S CATHOLIC CHURCH I '

ky evening, October 28th, at the couples journeyed up to the Delta ; I SA
s' Club. j The Beefsteak Bachelors Club held I Rho Rooms and enjoyed a few hoursin 1 A I East Main Street, North Ht

i:was the prettiest and best dance the second of their series of suppers the tripping of the light fantastic. .

h fall season, as each detail was | to be given this year at the 'Gator I t Rev. John. Conoley) S. T. L..Rector. Telephone) _629, t1I

ongtly carried out and fulfilled i i Cafeteria last Saturday night. HALLOWE'EN CELEBRATION t I 4I I ... ? .. t I'::.
''expectations' of all present. i This is a very select organization, I Sundays-Holy Mass\ and Sermon, 10:30 a. m. ; evening
be ball room was very attract- j composed of select young gentlemen I Gainesville and the University cel- f services, 7:45 p. m. t:
decorated, the side walls being formed for 'the purpose of discussing ebrated Hallowe'en on Tuesday night 3
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bed with evergreen, ferns, and .and deciding the detinies of our University -I with a parade and a street dance f t Weekdays-Holy Mass, 7:00 a. m. 0 .t s

pants. At each end of th rostruman I also dealing in the handling :down at the square. ---- -
attractive booth made of bam- of bull as a food and an art. The parade started the fun. About
|intermingled with Spanish moss, ,i The members are J. Velma Keen, the hour of eight there appeared at JIiI( >
pshed with lounging chairs, and :John Carter, Royal P. Terry, William the, High School grounds, coming: '
center was occupied by the Unity I II Fielding;Fred R. Weedon, and Walter from all directions, collection. of I r UNIVERSITY MEN! I;

,: Jazz Orchestra,which f urnishi I Gunn. costumed characters representing any-.1 .
i delightful musical program for I y thing from a bride and groom to a' You are always I'
[auspicious occasion. PHI DELTA PHI BANQUET limping gunman, and even the devil
fe overhead decorations also re- t : himself. There were clowns of high I. Welcomed at M

Bed! one of fall, while the lighting Among the numerous social affairsof and low degree, ghosts from the terrifying -
k produced a dreamy haze over this week was the Initiation-Banquet to the laughable, fair damsels lBOWERS'SHOE STORE
lovely assemblage of dancers' be- given by the Phi Delta Phi Honorary of Gainesville 'transformed temporarily -
who were bedecked in gorgeous '' Legal Fraternity last Monday into handsome young men with Come in and make yourself at home
attractive costumes.lose {evening at the 'Gator Cafeteria. !Charlie Chaplins and frock coats, and I S.l.
\ East Main Street South
enjoying this occasion were,! This fraternal order was installed l I every other kind of figure one can i II t.: .
the University Campus during the imagine in connection with Hallow- .-
and a
ladies on '"
erous visiting young I iiX--C> : T' ';;-:;; : J 1. : ; a ,
and its e'en the cast of char- .' '. ,,
Jemen and the local society COn- school year 1919-20. purposei I party. Surely "
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: 1 .-. 1 Down with the Gamecocks!-On to Visitor Your Daughter i_ ---
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tIEI -. ... -. 4II -- + 'Tampa. from most girls. She is
' + 10!

i I; t SOCIETY AND CLUBS ++ Remember,history says S. C. never unsophisticated.Fond of

1 l + defeated Florida-that ole 'Gator Parent-She sure i&.
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* she thinks B.V.D. S
,. spirit says she never will. is a coDere
|? Headquarters for University Students.and Vocational Men. f fr x (Continued from page {five) .- -

R J acters was complete.The +....,. ....-_H VV_ __esesso- --I *

4 ; 't: Meet them there for. Soft Drinks, Cigars, To- | School parade grounds formed and was at led the by about Hi'&h "j CHESNUT'S SHOE PARLOR (Crtlu
j 1 Souvenir
baccos, Candies Stationery and"; j, fifteen members of the University I SOUTH SIDE SQUARE The
t.- Cards. J band. Following the music were the I Electric Shoe Repair Department Work Guarantee :
t I tJ Boy Scouts in uniform, then the Uni- j SHOE SHINE PARLOR tpt
:' & versity students, and finally the stu-
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4 dent body of Gainesville's -
One more or less prominent "Rat" fit! !fi_ :r-

I Gainesville Electrical Supply Co. was who observed fell in with later his to fellow desert students them,, S; Boys, when you plant Seeds, be sure to get them fro-] mselc

and appeared among the Gainesville ffi SEMINOLE SEED COMPANY
.. FLASHLIGHTS LAMP SHADES Gainesville'afairest ifi : .. .. 5'
student body with one of Gainesville, -- -- FkuSffifiKfiHSflHaflHaSri .
on each arm. nipi
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The line of was up
When you need. anything electrical drop in and see us sity avenue around the square. All of ... -- -- --, r1L

Gainesville lined the street to watch i JOHNSON'S PHARMACY Iken
the parade. At Main street and Uni- t Drugs, Medicines, Stationery, Toilet and Rubber Goods
512 EAST MAIN STREET. : TELEPHONE 122 versity avenue a halt was made and t We guarantee personal attention! to Prescriptions Oa!IIJ Tb
the football team was cheered long purest drugs used. Low prices. Quality considers. at
I and loud.* The column disbanded and Gainesville Florida. rt
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.r.ari_vss .o so i + oet <11I'I"I everyone enjoyed himself till dancing -------------- p
I: started on the block in front of the
f DROP IN 'I I court house at 9:30: p. m. DO BUSINESS WITH
At this hour Tony Regero and his
t$ OTTO F STOCK t tI cohorts assembled in front of the Bon THE FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK A Tl

} I Ton and began putting out syncopated
t strains for the enjoyment of those \: "The New Million Dollar Bank" Resources Over $2,509,0HiHttBffiffiffiHraffiffiSHa
.-' TAILOR ,
t I who wished to dance and everyone !
I i said, "Ain't We Got Fun?" Till 11 i I
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Alteration Cleaning Pressing o'clock the music went on and when it

t tI was all over each one went feel-
away |
; Phone 354 Gainesville, Floridasa. THE 1 1I
p ing he had has as good a time at this

t ... I t Hallowe'en celebration as at any ever Strong Safe and Accommodating !
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r :I. GAINESVILLE: FURNITURE COMPANY !: Big things are in store for those I Popular Goods at Popular Prices at

who take physical education under

& Victrolas and RecordsD. : Dr. Manchester's direction and who I .BURKHIM'S
\ really want to get something out cf
I : the work. I
There is on the way and due to ar-
R:. Cox Proprietor : :_ : Telephone 86 rive in another week or ten days a h
i' '. 4t. $2,000 order of athletic goods of the GREENBERG'S QUALITY STOREA
t. best make and comprised of all kinds
Line of Gents'
................................. of gym. equipment. It will be set up I Complete FurnishingsOur
Prices Will Suit You
.................. ............. and ready for use in as short a time
as possible. t1 SOUTH SIDE SQUARE
j 1! AMERICAN' SHOE REPAIR COMPANY !ii This list of goods will add, to the

; present gym. equipment the follow- I -. -. -. ... 4I -
f f'S ing articles: Horizontal bars, climb- r .
i : | ing ropes, a vaulting horse, traveling I t. SEE KESSLER
rings, flying rings, parallel bars, hori-
i Louis Eliades, Proprietor : zontal ladders, punching bags, mats, | For all kinds of Hauling and Moving.. In case you need wool

.j .' 115 W. MAIN STREET, N. PHONE 139 :, chest weights, and trapeze attach- A t CALL NUMBER 9
ments. For the safety of those learn .
N. D. Cooper, Agent Room 13, Buckman 4I ... -. - --
I t ing to do gym. stunts there is provided .
,f.. ...............................; a so-called lunge strap, which gHHHSSBHaS
..... ...A ___Cll _____-.it ____ ., keeps the beginner from getting too
1 1, many hard knocks at his first at- i 1 DORAN'S BICYCLE SHOP

I, GAINESVILLE CAFETERIA tempts. |jilt'! S; East Main Street

!f'./ 'Across from A. C. L. Depot I, students For making Dr. Manchester individual has tests a special of his jg BICYCLES, ACCESSORIES AND REPAIRS -

horizontal bar, an amphopometrictape WRRSSS
'.* We-make it a point to satisfy our customers. Our prices are really a very simple measuring

:, ''i 1; exceptionally reasonable. '', instrument, a wet spirometer, which
tells one's lung capacity in cubic inches We are showing a well assorted line of Sterling Silver, God
:t} $5 Meal Tickets for $3.90 I IJ (lawyers are cautioned to go and Gold Filled Belt Buckles. .Also best of leather Bd.

O, easy on this machine), and a chest Link Buttons, Collar Buttons, Tie Pins, etc.

J fJ COME IN AND SEE FOR YOURSELF .1.1III caliper, for. measuring expansion in L. C. SMITH
j South Side
inches. Square ...,,:
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of funds
I apparatus comes out con-
tributed by the student body. So each 'BjKHSHSaasaiK
t should much For Good Eats and First Class Service Come to
i iIj one get as intelligent use
I [J 1 We Are Making the World Unsafe for I out of it as he possibly can. .Taking I| REPP'S LUNCH ROOM

regular exercise under a competent !
Pneumonia I t physical director who is able to show !JS One Door North A. C. L. DepotCOODY'S .-tI

I i one his weak points, and appreciatingwhat RffiBT2fara i

t .- -. such exercise can do, is the'nest I
I 4 With: our attractive- .. special values in Bradley Sweaters way of gaining good health and H
strong physique and of making Dr. CAFETERIA
-- I Manchester's department serve a real
II! I useful purpose as he wishes it to. DltiINGROOftl and

t MEETS Invites you to take your meals with them while in the tit!'

::1 I BURNETT t The E. K. Chemical Society held I Strictly American, all home cooking. A variety of i"
t its regular bi-weekly meeting Wednesday served all hours of day until 12 p. m. Prices cheap as an
; night, October 26th. By a,na- place.
< t.l jority vote the business was set aside 108 East Main StreetPAGE
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+ + Lobean. Both '": -
+ teams showed considerable -
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4 fight when it seemed that 'the _. .
gOdETY AND CLUBS + 'evenness was going to break against f 1
+ them. Individual play was in evi- The Boys' Baptist Club met in the Bedding, Pillow Cases, ;Jt
+ + + Gymnasium Sunday afternoon to further I
+ + + + dence thruout the game. R. Sim- -
Continued from page six.) mons, left end for the Ags, gave the promulgate the plans of the t Sheets, Blankets $ :t
he next meeting. I l lawyers plenty to worry about whenan club. The minutes of last meeting i I i
program for the evening was a end run started his way and Grey were read and approved, with excep-* RIBBONS-RIBBON NOVELTIES I
e the subject of for the Lawyers showed tion of few amendments .j
hiT Mr Perkins on up equallyas a to by-laws II,, MADE TO SPECIAL. ORDER 5I
ctrk Furnaces." Mr. Perkins ] well. p. Owens and C. Sanford of constitution. One amendment voted t
elf by giving a detailed de- (quarters for the Lawyers and Ags upon and passed was: The eliminat- I
btion of the history of electric ,respectively, handled their teams ing of the office, "Sergeant-at-Arms." We Keep Everything for Your Room ;:
with diagramed descriptions credibly, while Lobean and Brobson Another amendment was to make the
Another part he illustrated kicked to safety when necessary for constitution read clearly "That the .
of working models. He also ,their teams. The entire last quarterwas Baptist Club is not merely for the ',1
Hoped his subject from a utilitarStandpoint ;, a contest of kicking by both Southern Baptist' but for all Baptist I I ,
naming various new (teams when neither could get out of boys of the U. of F. Qualify 1f
Lunds which have been made dangerous territory any other way. We also voted to have our club Service j
sible] by the electric furnace.Mr..!I The line-up wag as follows: .recognized in The Seminole, and as GAINESVILLEFLORIDA :r,
ins informed us that this same Law: H. Grey, left end; Emmit, I the Club ask: That every Baptist boy "
will be presented to the Flint left tackle; Barnes, left guard; Hen- interestedin this great movementget A.. -----' ----- .-._---
.al Society at its next meeting. 1 I dry, center; Duncan, right guard;. an extra picture for the Baptist
e president of the E. K. requests II McKillop, right tackle; P. Gray, right Club to be put in the Seminole, the I ....... ..........+......
fe all members will hereafter re- ent; Bie, cleft half; Brobson, right University annual. : :
jj on time to the succeeding meet- half; Owens, quarterback; Byrd, full- There is no reason to believe that
back, (captain). this movement of organizing a Boys' : Let your next Suit be aPASHIQN t
Ags: Simmons, left end; Aguilero, Baptist Club is not one of the great-
LAWYERS AND AGS. left tackle; Steward, left guard; est benefactions that has yet been introduced : PARK t
Chesnut, center; Millikan, right into the University of Flor- .
e Lawyers and Ags battled four guard; Johnson, right tackle; Smith ida.. It will not only benefit the Bap- : OR :
minute quarters Monday after- right end; Harkness, left half; Var. tist boys, but indirectly it will affect
n to a scoreless tie. When the Sickle (captain), right half; Sanford, the whole student body, because with- : FITFORMSOLE !
whistle blew only one goal had quarterback; Lobean, full back. i out doubt after the Baptist Club has
threatened and that was the Referee, Brinson. Umpire, Wurth- made its headway and other organizations -I '
rs' when the Ags received the xicn. Head linesman, Carter. will have seen the benefits derived -1 I : AGENTS '.
-off and pushed them back into thereby, and it is obvious to believe .
it own goal post shadow by suc-i You tellum, Leake, I'm afraid to that similar clubs will spring : PHIFER BROS. DEPT. STORE t
sive plunges by Van Sickle and|spill it. (Continued on Page Eight)

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Football Baseball. ,

the quality Hardware of all Kinds i

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the '_, :,,":, .EUWITT CIGAR CO._. ,- .- :'."
; .in mind! Everything-is done to make Camels >:; o. f .._.;
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show. Cigars '..
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1 most perfect packing science can devise to pro- FLORIDA :

c$' wi TD p tect cigarettes and keep them fresh. Heavy paper Tampa Nugget Hav'a TampaWeaver's

: secure foil wrapping-revenue stamp to seal

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there's nothing flashy about it. You'll find no -.4II -4I _4I 4I 4I 4II ___4II

extra wrappers. No frills or furbelows. I Steam Laundry. J Jit

Such things do not improve the smoke any more FOR i

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: SOCIOLOGY CLASS ATTENDS Scott, Merrin for Dickson, H. Perry CLASS FOOTBALLS They relied on straight football thru- .

MEETING AT JACKSONVILLE for Wilsky, Cox for, Carleton, Pome- cut. Ordinarily Alabama might pray

; : -' f roy for Duncan, Rosenhouse for HOY. 19 for rain whan they play us .up there,
Doty, Gunn fo: Wuthrich, Mountsfor 1 ;
Continued from Page Seven) but after that Howard game they will

Farm received. the highest commen- Sw:nson. more than likely! want a clear day.
Howard-Brown for Shores Lambert VS. SOP lIS
', dation before the.-,body. RATS The name Gators suited to perfection) s
Thomas I
f for Stubbs, Stubbs for ;
i q : The prison association will visit the i for Florida played as well in the rainas
{ Baines for Lambert Hare for Gay- -
1i State Prison Farm in! !body on Wednesday they do in fair weather.
: Series of Three Games Will be 3
'f" I Lieut. Canaan (Maine). to Determine the InterClass j' 5 i
The new method of considering every SCORES OF LAST WEEK TO BE + ))1 I
Umpire, Johnson (Alabama) Championship-JU- "
criminal as a diseased person'.and.. REMEMBERED
\VHead linesman, Sergeant Caraker.Florida niors Meet Seniors on Nov. 21.
providing individual treatment that.
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needs was discussed by the body. Centre, 6; Harvard, 0.

The Michigan prisoners- familiel I Rat fotballers must get busy- Penn. State, 28; Tech., 7.
LYCEUM THIS YEAR Juniors end Seniors, too. -
CUMBERS Sophomores, ,
are cared for by the State and the Cornell, 59; Dartmouth, 7.

S I prisoners are paid for. .their work. WILL BE VERY ATTRACTIVE First interclass football game on Detroit 14; Tulane 10.

They 1 Have the privilege of sending all November 19. Georgia Auburn 0.
(Continued from Page One) the regulations governing ;
Here are '
or part of their earnings to their fam 'G:
Notre Dame 28 Indiana 7.
ilies. Some prisoners have left theprisons Mr. Proctor has sung thruout the inter-class football for 1921: ; .....
in that State with as high ar British Isles, has traveled in companies No "F.," or "F. A. A.," man, or Sewanee 6; Kentucky 0. .

;$1,500. to their credit. with other artists thruout .the man who has made a tripwith the- Lafayette 35; Rutgers 0.
Vanderbilt 14 Tennessee 0.
United His voice is of ;
States. one Varsity is eligible.
The only thing in the Florida prison -
system that they found to be rare beauty and power, soft to a degree The schedule follows: .. The upset of the weekwas Bo McMillan's -

in gentler cadeness, and yet vibrant victory over John Harvard
proud of was the State Prison Farm. Nov 19-Freshmen vs. Soph.
the first Harvard has lost in
The death rate the childrenIn with power in stronger pas Nov. 21-Juniors vs. Seniors. game
,the Florida Children's Home is only I sages. Miss Rees and Miss Laurence Nov. 24 at 10 a. m.-Finals. five years. That 6 to 0 victory means
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that Centre has a better defense than
are both well equipped by nature for Last these inter-class games
10 in a thousand. There have been year Li
no deaths there this year out of the I the important places they have in the had to be called off because of the I Harvard of Penn. State, and it places i I

of the Proctor Centre above Tech In football circles.
program Company. of free-for-all
300 they have. danger a general over I 0'

The State of Florida provides no The Montague Light Opera Singers them. It is believed that there will! Georgia did the expected and barelywon I Societp

I feature Their from Auburn 7 to 0, and Vanderbilt $rxEVERYTHING
I clinic for the treatment of prisoners' light opera in costame. be less wrangling among the teams j I tl1t

teeth at the State prison farm, and repertoire includes scenes from "The and less arguing and coaching from dittoed by beating Tennessee ,

I Serenade," by Victor Herbert; "The 14 to 0. Cornell looms up strong in
the sidelines this
there_ is no special hospital there for year., IClr
; the treatment of contagious diseases. I Pied Piper," "The Mikado," and the East with her 59 to 7 victory over A

i Many of the men at the farm are :Madam\ Butterfly," all rendered in cos Dartmouth. GOOD SUITSHOULD i
i I
+ + + + + + + + +
I being reclassified by the State anJ tume. Solos, duets, quartets, and one b
+ + HAVEIt
I some men are being put pn the road I or more readings give pleasing variety 1 A REMINISCENCEWell t
: I to the + COMMENTS +
who are not able to do the heavy I program. 1 C
work. i The Lyceum Course is financed by + boys, you try the Summer has style-the kind cf

I a fee paid by the student at the beginning + + + + + School; style you find only in Society ,

I '+:* + ; k + *. + + I of the year, so that each student TAKE THIS WITH A GRAIN OF By Jove, I had a "hunch" Brand Clothes. Thais i

i is entitled to admission to all SALT That girls who here because }
came came to they are hand-toil-
\ :.: SOCIETY i concerts.: And since they are of high duel t
ored from the best all wool
quality and will be instructive as wellas When the South Carolina Gamecocks With fellows in ,
J + a ''unch."
+ + + + + fabrics. t
entertaining each member of the
i come out on the field Saturdayin
University would do well to attend Tampa, the Gators will have their It stirred !
I Continued from Page Seven) .me as I thought of how
every one. hands full if all indications $40.00 to $65.00 t
that they Some
: out from various organizations of girl might want a beau,

: the campus and thereby in the course give are true. For instance, who is And then I made a little vow, c

,1, ARTS AND SCIENCE DEFEATS their coach Sol Metzer, who for To test it even so. -
of time the entire, student body and
; faculty will have been benefitedby several years coached Princeton and I

-- having organizd a Boys' Baptist I ranked by many as one of the best inthe I vowed I'd whisper soft and low,
Club.! So let every one interestedput (Continued from Page One) game, is in charge of things up "My little Sweetie Dove." jJ'JJ;
| Teachers: Ebinger, left end Clark,
I ;
1 a shoulder to the wheel and make "left tackle; Odom, left guard; Wal- there. Look what his team has done. How Cupid's seeds like mushroomsgrow

this movement a grand success. Thursday a week ago they beat Clem- ,
ker J. center
B., ; Champlin, right Jacksonville Floida
For then ,
she called
; CLUB REPORTER. son for a second time in ten or twelve me "Love.
guard Towles right tackle
t ; ; Clegg,
right end Weaver quarterback years and by the score pf 21 to 01
I ; ; Centre Yes, often since she left I've wrote '
'GATORS TOO MUCH FOR College beat Clemson several
Hamon right half Work left half I
; ; My Very Dear Alligator: Itaij
i ...HOWARD WINNING: CY AN Haite, fullback. :weeks before that, but only 14 to 0. To keep my hold for sure- *
deep trouble.< The other day I 1:
i .>',. OVERWHELMING SCORE Is South Carolina,seven points better I But just the other day a note
Referee :
Dr. Manchester. I
Umpire ", a lady to the show, l J&fef i! I
I .J- Mr., White. than Centre? If so they are_ thirteen_n______ everything- co! seenrp.d.-- ----. ...* '-- i5
l | (Continued from Page One) "* "' points betted car for $2; paid $2 for tickets;
lii than Harvard. '
the second }Half the followingsubstitutions By com. ,r:
the show at aDa:
I had
we supper
in several substitutes :the For with ii
icpt near parative scores they are. We not came a dainty box .
,r + end of the third quarto and ;l,t thebinning Arts and Sciences-Buie were made: for Os- intend to say yes or no, but i it shows Of "home-made" candy rare-- pense of $3, andthen took her lea to isi*

of the final quarter that bourne Crane for Gifford, Lowenkaufffor what we will run up against. Several Thus. at, my own hearts door there Should I.have lagged her on
Doubter ;
the .
when last skirmish with knocks" *
was over weeks before
Haynes, Foy for Raasch, Harris the Clemson game 'they : ,. 4
Dear Doubter Yours is one
the ball in Howard's, A in :
territory, hardly tied North Carolina-a feat maiden despair! I
for G. Miller which -
for Howell
f a I Gator uniform the most perplexing questions tg
escaped being: ; ;southern ,
v Teachers Lenad for Clark Crum many a team wold have been '
-: -
I bespattered with mud. The fifth'for Odom, Moore for Work. proud to accomplish. Up in Colum- Oh, joy! what charm or happybliss: comes to us. Considering all ,
touchdown for F otida'was annexed' There's ters, it looks as though you had
bia they;call this nothing quite so sweet
These substitutions the best S. C. the, .
were only temporary :'f
r in) the last few minutes of all that reasonable young
ri-: play by j ,.the ever had As recollections of that kiss i any
men returning to the field '. .
P meroy. It was held that Florida Which candy makes.complete!! could expect, and we see no r a&'J
at the beginning of the fourth One other thing-the
was not entitled to kic d for.goal l. after: quay Gamecocksare -- ) why she should have any right to e

j this rouchdQwn,.because. the ball was ter.: after Gator meat. They are.un- P. S.-If. \. pect you to kiss her, or in any tfJ
'H-E. disputably interested, apply to Moore
"KNIGHT. champions
: of S. 'C. We further her belt
] dropped after going over the line. trouble yourself for
& Walker
i call ourselves the same with respectto the accomplished instructors -
parrett and :.Stufohs .featured !! KLINEMEN,. WILL GIVE GAME-. Florida. They 'in Summer ''School- sports.' We fit.
r resent the handy
Howard on the line, while Lackey 'r'l
I j. .. COCKS A HOT RECEPTION fashion with which Florida has handed are reasonable in fees. and guarantee. .
Ford'were the outstanding players: of results + + + + + + f +
out defeat or, money back. ,
after defeat
them. t
the Baptists" backfi ldJ ., +
: .
,(Continued from '
Page One) Our last invasion of the northern J. D. W. I
J I The line-up, of the two teams was. we can not + ATTENTION, SOPHS!
: as :follows: as yet compete against state we presume they have not for- + .
Georgia Tech, Georgia or Auburn, the gottten. In 1919 Florida took their' Dear Alligator: I am thinking of t
Florida: Swanson, left I" important -
end Wut- There will
; S. I. A. A. officials will marrying the a very
have to con- measure there 14 to highest yellow girl in
o up 0. .
"I ricfe left tackle i '
I .; Scott, left guard; sider the Gators in their schedule the world, but she insists i + meeting of the Sophomore
t' ', Wflsky, center; Perry, right' guard; big games. With these points in mind we* believe owning our upon our i + Class Tuesday, November 8, ia t

I Doty, right. tackle; Burnett, right i that this game will be the hardest I account will own not home, and my bank + Peabody Hall, to discuss Flag*!

.I H f end; Stanley, quarter back; Carleton, | FRESHMAN ELECTION (with the possible exception of I acquire a home permit? Desperate.it. How can + Rush. What we gonna do to t

I'' left half; Duncan, right half; Dick. The Freshman Mississippi Callege) on the remain- Dear + the Rats? *
: I la Class held its per- der of the schedule. Desperate: In walking about '
ton, full back.Howard manent the + + + + + + + +
'i of officers in the campus you have doubtless no-
t : Shelton, left end Thomas -
; Gymnasium
r : left tackle; Hurst,.left guard; elected last Tuesday night, those Alabama didn't have but three of ticed lumber that there are many odd bits Penitent;,(thinking over past &! }
being 1
; as follows: lying around. Last week I wonder if heaven.
Brindley, center; Stubba right guard scouts watching the FloridaHowardgame. men go to

I ;. Garrett, right tackle; Shares' right; Jacksonville.President-Albert K. Jones, of The referee was a last year'sstar of there was a small brick pile in front never saw an angel with a beard-

# : end; Ford quarter back; Lackey, left at Alabama. Two others of the I I Language! Hall. Collect these Neighbor: Sure, they do, but tM

f'I ;half; Gaylor, right half; Clarke full Vice-President-Frank Evans, of crowd were there for more than having provided yourself with a box have a close shave getting there.
or a Mess Hall _
i back. tray to carry around
see a good game. This made a .

I' Score by periods: Secretary-Treasurer-Ed. Morris, percentage of the gallery t01 between classes to put them in. In Do your sleeping in the afternooCome %

Florida .__...... 7 7 14 6-34 of Pensacola. judging from reports. Alabama a short time you will have material to Sunday school in the mi

Howard............_._.. 0 0.0 0- 0 Weeks Honor representative. JIubert not the only one that plays this game. enough for a magnificent mansion at. Ing. BE
of ,I practically
Tampa.SergeantAtArms. Coach Kline no expense.
Touchdowns: Dickson was watching Alabamaand
j Duncan ((2)) I
Carleton, Pomeroy. Goals from tcuch- Robert Mc- Major Van Fleet saw Clemsongo First FREE RIDE
Clure Mademoiselle :3
downs of Pensac l .down before -Does che paint
Dickson 4. Carolina. Alabama her eyebrows

Substitutes: Florida-Robinson' for ReporterWiIllam Morgan, of didnt' get much information except *Second-No? The "Baraca Special" leaves tb!!
Jacksonville. that
: ;
: perhaps to where she I corner of 9:
as our strength. Florida ,draws the line. 'Buckman Hall about -

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