The Florida alligator
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028291/00339
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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: November 18, 1921
Publication Date: 1912-1973
Frequency: daily except saturday and sunday (sept.-may); semiweekly (june-aug.)[<1964>-1973]
weekly[ former 1912-]
weekly (semiweekly june-aug.)[ former <1915-1917>]
biweekly (weekly june-aug.)[ former <1918>]
weekly[ former <1919-1924>]
weekly (daily except sunday and monday june-aug.)[ former <1928>]
semiweekly[ former <1962>]
weekly[ former <1963>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 24, 1912)-v. 65, no. 74 (Jan. 31, 1973).
General Note: Summer issues also called: Summer school ed., <1915>-1920 and again in 1923; summer issues also called: Summer ed., <1921>.
General Note: Has occasional supplements.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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Preceded by: Orange and blue
Succeeded by: Independent Florida alligator

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kkrs Push One Touchdown The Ags. Were Outplayed Thru from University to High Saw :Florida Lick Alabama at From Their Victory Over

(Operand) Newton Drops a out Entire Game, but Held the School Grounds for a Dress I Tuscaloosa-Was Blade Vice- Alabama Last Week, the Flor.. -

lick from Field for 9 Pointsto Lawyers While the A. and S. Parade and Then to Auditorium I President of the National Association ida 'Gators Will Take the

Alabama's 2 in Tuscaloosa. Men Tear up the Engineers. to Hear Hon. L. BI. Prince : of College Presidents HI I
Navy Blue and Gold This
Home Coming Day. : Inter-Collegiate Series Now Deliver Address, "The American :- I
oa r ..... j Soldier," .jzmr .s jsi .' Afternoon at Fleming Field.
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I- Dr. Murphree was honored by the t'"dalt; : I
The fresh
Last Gator
the Friday, November 11, being team
five thousand spectators saw Again the Ags and the Lawyers National Association of State Uni-
down Armistice Day, the faculty of the from their victory over Alabama last
:gjoa Tide of Alabama go battled four quarters to a tie. This versities by being elected its Vice- :

defeat before the Alligators only is the third time these two teams University suspended all class work. President at the association conven- Friday, arrived on the campus today I

Field! at Tuscalossa last Sat- in the intercollegiate series have In addition to this the R. O. T. C. bat- tion in New Orleans on November 7 and were sent through some hard ,

j. It was home comnig day for locked horns to hear the final whistle' talion assembled on the campus pre- and 8. President Luzzalo of the practice preparatory to the Mississ {[
paratory to marching to town in ippi game on Friday of this week.
C Bed and White. The strength of with no decision except for a tie. order University of the State of Washington
to join the Armistice Day parade. Coach Kline is proud of the that
Gators and the final outcome was On Wednesday afternoon the Ags was elected President, and Presi- pace

what of a surprise for the 'Bama held the Lawyers very well the first Leaving the university at 9:15 a. m dent McVey of the University of the Orange and Blue warriors set in.
the parade wended its to the their last and is .further
and the old grads. Alabama half but were out played the entire way Kentucky was electvd Secretary and game
JS high school. At this place the bat- strengthening his lineup in the expectation <
DOt put up their usual good game second half and lucky enough that Treasurer.The .
they were at no time able to the law students didn't have the old talion passed in review before the association consists of the of duplicating the feat.-
I battalion commander and other officers i again this week. tI
with the heavy backs' and the push to put one over when the ball Presidents of State Universities of

gable line of the Florida lads. was tepeatedly placed within the Iq I i connected_ with} the. military department the United States and its members The work of the Florida team in '"

piers started things off with shadow of their goal 1. of the University. The include some of the foremost men i in I breaking up forward passes and their ..
parade was headed by the American I ability to use this method of attack "
In the first the kicked the field education
sL After exchange of punts I quarter Ags of and of university
an Legion altho they did not take
I has
to advantage brought new hops
Ktrida found themselves with thin e to the lawyers who pushed them back the I administration. In session ;t
Ml their possession on the 45fedline. to where Burd could try a place kick conclusion reviewing exercises. At $he discusses problems of administration, I to their many supporters throughout
of this
ceremony the companies the state. During the first part of
Newton took ten off leftiieklc. which failed. The Ags were then I methods of support of institutions,
were dismissed. A large the this seemed to be the
First down. Duncan got six forced to kick to Bie who was downed ber and methods of improvement of departmental I season
of men, remained
at the high defensebut
one weak spot in the Gator
two tries at tackle and Newton in his tracks. A beautiful pass school work and of standards,
and heard in-
an with this remedied the Orange
five right guard. FirstDuDcan was dropped by Moss which would :
over teresting address delivered! by the etc.The and Blue warriors have improved
hit right guard for have put the Lawyers in dangerous Hon. L. M. Prince of Pennsylvania. National Association of Land wonderfully. The Associated Press

more and Newton circled left territory. The second quarter was Mr. Prince Grant Colleges of America held its
spoke on "The American
for three more. Newton made it i played by an exchange of punts. Soldier," holding his audience spelt 4 sessions in New' Orleans on November the report of week games Florida played during

with six tackle. First down. The second half started with the bound 9 and 10. Those in attendance past places as one
over throughout. Fortunate
are of the two teams in the south tha
Stellas of Law kicking to the Ags. from Florida were Dr. Murphree,
garnered five around end and those who made
t use of their oppor have shown the greatest improvement
in carried it over on a tackle Bie made a first down on aji end run. tunity to hear this address. ;I Dean Newell, Dean Benton, and Mr.
over last year's season. The Gators \\1
,. Four first downs in succession! Brummel intercepted a beautiful pass At the conclusion Spencer. Dean Benton made a wonderful (
of his address seem to be improving with each game
':' Burd to Bie, but was stopped short I address on "Methods of Im
r team till the
scored again the
audience rose end sang "The played and it is hoped that at least
d Alabama blocked The Ags were forced to kick. Thenit proving the Teaching of Engineer
when Star "
Barter marched Spangled Banner, and "Dixie"p ; ing." one post-season game may be arranged -
that the Lawyers u
Florida punt that went low and was after which they remained silent for with strong southern eleven.
the field thru the line for 40 yards Presidents of Land Grant Colleges some ,
ftnfcy fell on the ball back of Flor- two minutes in honor of the boys I'According to reports received here
a' and Brabson tried a drop kick which comprise the executive committees of
f goal for a safety. In the beitmng I I who fell in the recent struggle. The I North Carolina and Johns Hopkins
hit the cross bar and the Ags were l the association with the subordinate
of the fourth quarter Newton meeting was concluded by a short I I I have already signified their willing.
!Mfo lucky again. The Ags kicked to Bie bodies made up of Deans of Engineer
? on Alabama's 20-yard line I prayer offered bMaj.. Conoley of I' ness to engage in such a contest. How
Kted tie ball for who returned 25 yds. and thru the I ing Colleges, Directors of Experi
between the posts the American Legion. ever it is hoped that a game with an
reached the I ment Stations, and Directors
field goal. line the Lawyers again I of Agricultural -
eleven than either !
even stronger o
Ags 15-yard line where Byrd tried I Extension Divisions. Prob [
The closest that Alabama ever ad- CONCERT BY METROPOLITAN- these two may be arranged either in
lems '.nstitutionsihaving
: and failed field goal. Here the with the ball was up to the a ORCHESTRAThe Tampa or in Jacksonville.
colleges of agriculture and
)'Ird line. By completing three game ended. r I experiment stations j'I The Mississippi game promises: to
The' Ags were outclassed. Their t' come up for dis
asses they carried the ball straight I five-piece Metropolitan arches- cussion before the I be one of the best ever seen on a Florida -
only mainstay in the back field was I
M the field but were unable to com- tra-piano, violin, cornet, cello, and I gridiron as the Choctaw squad
Harkness Vansickle was helpless
ltte ,
r any more and to gain con'vey -I, without interference Brummel intercepted flute-and its sixth member who took MURPHREE SEES THE has hung up a formidable record this:

] through the Gator line or I two that saved the vocal parts entertained about 250 I FLORIDA-ALABAMA: GAME: season and are looking forward to

the ends was impossible. The passes members and friends of the student another scalp when they meet the

re was decisive. Alabama never day for the Ags. Byrd repeatedlytore body with a most enjoyable concert at "It was a wonderful game and the Gators. Florida outweighs the Mississippi

hreatened and to the onlookers it up the Ag line for a good gain. I the Gym on Thursday evening, November I score really does not begin to show I eleven considerably but the

'al easy to see that Florida excell- I Bie proved arsenic on end runs while 10. This was the first num- the difference in the strength of the visitors will depend upon their speed
d in the entire Lawyer back field ran I ber of the I
every department. Lyceum Course and really j i two teams. For the first time I was and experience to gather in another

For the Gators the outstanding good interference.Ags Law deserved a better attendance than i it I behind the scenes at a big football victory. The Choctaws have a team

:Us Were Capt. Perry, Newton, H. received. t game and I got a new viewpoint of averaging 162 pounds. Their heaviest -

an. Swanson, and Robinson. The i Simmons, Grey Bill Bivens took advantage of the I the sport.' In such words Dr. Mur- man is J. F. Stuart, tackle, who

bole team played together in greatP"and i L. E. DavisL. early gathering. of students by calling i phree expressed his enjoyment of i I tips the scales at the 200 mark and

every man held down his Aguilera an impromptu! cheering practice and f Florida's victory over Alabama I he is closely followed by Lovell also

:Dutton in superb style. Stanley T. for a time the- gym resounded with i j j.which he saw from the player's benchat a tackle, who packs 195 pounds ,of*

'Barter generaled the team in a Millikan BarnesL. "Hail Florida," "Three FV and the ;, ': Tuscaloosa on Armistice Day. 11'tough beef. The Gators have one of

:inner that left nothing to be de- G. other songs and yells. The members Dr. Murphree travelled to Tusea- I the heaviest lines in the south aver- ,
and! Pomeroy brought the Carleton of the orchestra were the recipients. 'loosa( from the meetings he had been i agin from tackle to tackle close to

::a3 to their feet with several good of a "Long 'Gator" as they..appeal >:attending at New Orleans and was i the double century mark. The.back-

Stewart Duncan on the platform. ,\ 'with the Gator team all the time, dedinir.g i field is somewhat lighter althoo h.

An during the game a rr.oving pic- R. G. After tie.introduetion to the stu- ; an invitation to be a guest :: Duncan and Dixon will both hit the

lre m.an from New Orleans Pierce McKillop dent body of each member of the 'o r f Alabama to stay with the boys.It |200 mark. With this heavy material
: Harcel Film Co. took pictures -R. T. I company, the violinist, Miss May ( was an Alabaira Home-Coming ,: Coach Kline has been able to develepea

d during the half snapped pictures Brooks P. Gray Belle, announced the opening number'Day with old \iabama+ graduates back : team that has made a name for itself -

f rapt Perry together with Dr.trpu.ee R. E. I"The Fortune Teller," by Victor Her- : :for the game and confident that the already in southern football circias. -

-: who witnessed the Sanford Bie' bert. It was well rendered and created ct!" ace: was: set for a Florida defeat. The out:>'re < f the game with

4 Coaches Kline and Van Fleet.game G. B. MossBabson i a favorable impression at oaee, {I'Asa by tee dope Alabama was due J Mississippi on the 18th is being

eIght 1a.bama lamented on Florida's I Harkness I criterion.applause may be considered a ':'to beat the Gators.t, _.C 2_- ;,i iFlorida's awaited with considerable speculation -
and R. H. I in all .
l President
sP**. xva& SB4tn-
Not the
Vtldupois of the line i Vansickle i Two most pleasing violin solos next :boys in the dressing roow-before'" an added attraction tve! C;:'rcs.
surprise them
at t tl beef that the backs carried I L. Hi I I held the attention of the audience :, 'the game and heard Captain wroot e" vile: Rotary club is extend-"f an ,'*u .

( So1Ue comment. It of I :Brummel Byrd t completely thruout both sel ,ti ns. A j j,spe,Jc the words of encouragement vitai.; on to all HoLarLj.: :.* who are
was one 1
etviest F. B. tI burst of applause greeted the and loyalty which made
teams ever seen on the I artist } the team 1 former Florida men to banquet with

Uscal00 a field. I The Arts and Science eleven de- as she finished. determine as it went out on the I them following the game Friday.

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Sheets Blankets I field to win. He sat on the bench I
f t t during the first half and saw the I Who patronize the i
team run all over Alabama. Tho 1
I. } isfaction of knowing
, 1 1- RIBBONS-RIBBON NOVELTIES I extra players on the sidelines went t
,; ,, MADE TO SPECIAL ORDER t wild over the game, so exciting it j most delicious food ] }{ 0th
( t was. He was with the players between 1
': I t the halves and the bench To
; ? We Keep Everything for Your RoomGAINE5VILLEFLORIDA I again during the second on half. He For reservations and

4 t f shared in Florida's celebration at ,the 1 ties, banquets, est

t I end cf the game. "The boys were t I conferences, please
{;the happiest crowd I ever saw," is the j ;:o
f I way Dr. Murphree expressed it when 1' 1'
i t !the victory was over. He brings ini t Tables may be } ] '

er cce I' i formation that the coach of Mississippi Ibat
: tf
r College who was scouting at t
the game remarked in all confidence he
-------- 4 ,when it was over that Mississippi fie
-1 !would beat Florida by at least two I. ltel i

'1 ........................ #......4' 1 I I touchdowns, fourteen points, when t IUD
they meet on the 18th. 1
The Florida party saw the Center- F7.e
: Let your next Suit be aFASHION
Auburn gam eni Birmingham on Saturday t I jfbI!
f It is Dr. Murphree's opinion .
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PARK that Florida would defeat Auburn ?
I Z I handily, Were the two to meet. j I rid
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Among that five thousand crowd I Ifi
'1 AGENTS up at Tuscaloosa was the governor:| East F
of Alabama, and a large number of
i alumni for it was home-coming day. I t Rev John T
II Conoley,
Besides the football game there were I
*. other attractions for the old grads |
I!1 :' Gainesville, Florida I I but the game was the principle card. I If I Sundays-Holy l\I :; ; t
services, 7:45: p. m. .
;j Despite the fact that they lost they
.>. j staged a big shirt tail parade. They I f Weekdays-Holy 1,
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\ I that they couldn't call it off.

t As to the game itself, Florida out
SPORTING GOODS : I played Alabama all the way through. :1

'" On the defensive especially did they HUTTO J :

I Football Baseball I excell. Alabama never came within i .\.;.
Hardware of all Kinds 25 yards of our goal with the ball 'j
in their possession. On the offensive 1
See Us that combination of Newton and Dun- 508 I II
\ THE THOMAS COMPANYPhone can was too much. One would turnaround I knows'O 1 i
I to the ether and say, "Your I.. 1 .
22 turn big boy" and hE'd: snatch t I f
WEST SIDE OF SQUARE or ten yards. Besides that Newton UNIVERSITY \
I Lfeoesil0li sent up some of the wickedest
I :
spirals ever seen up there and as to \ .-
0i Deese field goals, well he never missed.
i I Both in the Times-Union and in .
: !i Weaver's Steam Laundry I If the Tribune the game was featured.In .
both papers the following para-
f graph appeared: "It is wondered on
CLEANING AND PRESSING 'I the Alabama campus how the south-
-._-OliieAelee ern teams can play the Gators next
.eeei-I Ii Agency
I II year without a tremolous feeling of
I defeat staring them in the face, for
with a season's experience under
GAINESVILLE PLANING AND COFFIN CO. their belts these boys should rank I'
) with the first of them next fall. The 'I
a i I Flooring, Ceiling, Siding, Finish, Complete House Bills. Gators certainly spilled :the beans] : Glasses Fitted
Daily Capacity 25,000 Feet. Gainesville, Fla. I for the 'Bama crackers and especially
I for the old grads who had returnedto II
see the Tide and expected 'them Eyes Tested
to cop.'" i

Remember that both Dixon and I,
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I t' Wuthrich were out. With these two: I Broken lenses
lads in 1 1t
: hefty this week and the
I THE 'GATOR CAFETERIA I t I game on the home grounds we should i it time

f t see something doing out there with 0 1 C. H.
Opposite Thomas Hall i Mississippi College.
: t The whole team commented on theI I

\ t e fine treatment accorded them up at I
4 [ Tuscaloosa. A reception committee THE
I MEALS-CAFETERIA STYLE v, met them at the train and accompanied I
them to their place of lodging. IS PREPARED
Nothing was too good for
$ DAILY I them. B. O. Smith.
I I t Breakfast, 7-to 9 Dinner 12 to 2 Supper 6.to. 7:3 Coach Florida Scott made the statement that
seemed to him every bit as
SUNDAYS good as Vanderbilt who 'Bama played :::
I two or three weeks Alabama Miss has so far beaten L. 5,.
Breakfast ago.
8 to 10. Dinner +
f 12:30 to 2. Supper, 5:30 to7:30:
is not lane and Miss.
.f l supposed to be up to their A. and M.

:I(' t usual standard this year, but they probably the three strongest .
held Sewanee and Vanderbilt each to in that section and these
two touchdowns and tied the strong alone show what the Gators !
i ii f -. SHORT ORDERS AT ALL HOURSWe L. S. U. team. against. However the game
) l"n --:-:- eral very bright aspects. !
i/ _f are now prepared to serve party lunches and banquets I Word came here in a very roundabout has the advantage of thA <
I way (we do not vouch for its grounds and a crowd that
I correctness) that the Miss.
1 GIVE US A TRIAL coach who College them all for Florida. Also
the Alabama
game Fleming Field
to its
capacity '
... ..... said that his team would beat
-... .... -. _" _4I three touchdowns. us who has seen the way the
i Bring *m ODe going sine that 'Bama game .

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" + ORCHESTRAl .. _
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: The. E. K. Chemical Society held ;
continue frera Page 1)) its regular
( meeting last Wednesday
were then heard, night in the
1onologues lecture
room of Science .i
entitled, "Romance," and of a se- Hall, at 7 o'clock.A

.. Aim, the other entitled "Sin- most interesting and instructive s
and of a lighter vein. talk was given '
ell! Sing, effectively deliveredpprecUted ,cient by Dr. Leigh on an. 'Good Enough" is
'were very chemistry, with readings from
by the hstenrs.iocaI I very old text books on the science of --- not good enough

I l numbers followed and dis- chemistry. Comparisons were made
pleasing voices in the or- from this ancient method of chemical
JII& some t in Porter's Fitform Clothes: for young
sextet, quartet, and solo procedure with the modern .
A ways.A
men and older men who want to stay ,
each song well chosen and short business
given, I meeting was then
yy received. held after which adjournment fol- / young. In the tailoring of these sup- ,
lowed. 'S erby styled garments the "easy way"
I [ selections, which made
.- four h.rd popular toplayed keep one's feet still, were 1% makes way for the better way and
with a round of applause Bartow News : i "How fine can they be made?" crowds '

, each one. It was a wicked horn -" out the usual manufacturing question

iI I i ii i cornettist, Miss Alice Coffin, A good alumnus reports that L. 0 "How fast can they be made?"

j in these pieces. Unfortun-t te1 Boynton, '20, S. L. Holland, '16, and
[ !! she did not appear in a solo B. C. Wilson, '03, each have recent \4) t
heirs. Good for Bartow. )

i The stage was then arranged for a f
er wins her, for she dies
ttf little one-act monologue play. i from a l WE EARNESTLY INVITE EV +
costumes of the player and of scratch received from a piece of poisoned
themselves in half jewelry her unfeeling ERY MAN OF TWENTY TO
' .who seated a countryman ,
on th floor about her and pro- sends her. : THREE TIMES TWENTY TO
[ .accompanying music were most The whole concert was enjoyed in j ; SEE THE NEW FALL STYLES
og. The story was of a young every part and the student body can 4 ,
se girl who loves a white man well look forward to the possibility WITH THE SUGGESTIONTHAT

1 is loved by one of her own racd.i I of being entertained next year by the 'I iOotW&rYKax pITFORM THE PORTER LABEL IS

i the jealousy of this lover neith- I i Metropolitan Orchestra. AN ADDITIONAL GUARANTEE


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COMPLIMENTS U. OF F. Chesnut, and Dowdell taking turns at

Ag. Club met on Monday nightin hoiday down the chair of a very complicated .
DO BUSINESS WITH I Professor Bristow Adams, professorof the Ag. buildings. The following session of business.The .
journalism Cornell
at I officers for the second term were critics report commended the
University, paid high tribute the'
lt THE FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK"The to elected: President, Mr. Walter Till- interest shown at the meeting. {
University of Florida's exhibit
I at man; vice-president, Mr. Jack Den- Adjournment followed.A .
the State Fair in
t- New Million Dollar Bank" Resources Over $2,500,000 Jacksonville. yer Sec. and Treas., Mr. Bill Mc- i
!I In a speech before the class in ag- Bride; critic, Mr. H. G. Hamilton. ; reporter freshman, in setting forth on an
!ricultural journalism at the experiment Mr. R. Wray. examination paper the poisonous qualities
[ station Professor
pXHHffifBHTHE Adams payed
Mr. Tillman was appointed chair- of hydrocyanic acid, wrote thusly -
i nigh tribute to the University of
man of the committee on the Georgia : One drop on a man's tongue would
I PHIFER STATE BANK jgs j Florida's exhibit at the State Fair. kill
debate and was instructed to get the a dog. f fAn
He said: "I only wish that Cornell
Strong Safe and Accommodating |; committee busy so that a report mightbe
University had an exhibit a t the
Earthquakeress #
made the Club
to at an early date.
State Fair
portrayed the work
S5ffi2f 9WHBWffiffi !fifififi! !fifi! !fifififiY! done in each department at our state John Chesnut, manager of the -
There was a young co-ed named Mat,
football team, asked for continued ,
institution as well as the Universityof i
Florida has at Jacksonville. i support of the team so that the lawyers Who was exceedingly heavy and fat E

g 11 Popular Goods at Popular Prices at Professor Adams spoke on the might be finally cleaned up at When When she she talked walked she she toddled waddled,
I "Standards in Journalism," and he the last game early next week.
And shook the whole earth when she
BURKHIM'S said that the newspapers of Floridaare Mr. L. E. DuPont gave an inter- sat.

well up to the present standard, esting discussion on the subject, sat. Scat '22
and he also said that their only defect "Adventures Abroad, or My Time in

H was the fact that they do not Paris." There
was a young co-ed named Clara
contain enough information about Heitzman of the Seminole Art staff, ''
STORE Who tried to dress like Theda Ban,
; GREENBERG'S QUALITY the agricultural development of the presented a request thru Pres. Link The clothes that she wore,

911 A Complete Line of Gents' FurnishingsOur state. ,for Ag. men who had drawing abilityto Revealed nothing more,
Prices Will Suit You Brevity and accuracy are the keywords volunteer for work in connectionwith Than practically all of the wearer.
to journalism to I The
according Seminole. "
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:; EDITORIAL DEPARTMENT Frederic H. Langworthy, a vocational i 5

f Truman" Green --....-----.......-.....-.-_.....-.-.__-___Editor-in-Chief. student, and a member of tbI t I THE HART SCHAFFNER & MARX wingaft"
:; Pete HarrisGlover -.-.--.....-...---.---...-..---___...-r......._---Managing Editor Freshman engineering class, has the ..
Miller ......_._-.--..-.-..------------..-\s-istant Managing Editor great honor of being the first in a I II STYLES FOR FALL 1921 'I'II {1 ecL Itd
Henry Fuller and Murray Cohen_...:..__.__.....-----------.Athletic Editors number of years to submit a perfect '.1 dot'
/ Franklin West,.Harrold Klock, Murray Cohen._..__.___............_...Reporters composition in English 1. Dr. Farr, te
K. K. Hanson,'Ed. Woodberry, Parmenter, Ozzy Bie, H. E. Knight professor of English, states that thisis I READY

and R. W. .Ray _.._.__.___..._.._-.?..._......__..._... _........Contributors'" about the third composition that ARE NOW ,
1 I he has graded 10 in over twenty years
; 'White ...._.._...._u...._....__...----..-_ -__....-_.____Business Manager of teaching English. I I New colorings, new Fashion Ideas, new: Fabrics.<<; 'Prices'are .1
HoraceVilson ..........._._____-.Assistant Business Manager I The composition is a description of ,
I a regiment of infantry going into the one-third lower than those Fall, 1920. ;
I> Entered as second-class matter, September 28, 1912, at the postoffice at !trenches at night. It is intensely I : I &loll(

\ Gainesville. Fla., under the. Act of March 3d, 1879. I Meal, for the writer has spent almost .
1 --- .
two years in actual warfare overseas --- 'I
I Rat .*-The Florida Alligator, $1.50 the year. .
mosphere of a night in Flanders and ,tI
J 1 1t 1
I Mr. Langworthy has caught the at- 'rueI.
mosphere of a night in Flanders and f I
\ Florsheim Shoes built for College men-ask for catalogs
paints so vividly a column of infantry I f
The.University of Florida? has one of the most unique an;} TEiThi
nameless and unknown, trudging
I distinctive exhibits ever placed before the public in the State of II I :
into the night thru a drizzle of rai,
I k Florida at the State Fair in Jacksonville. Those who have had the ,that one is held tense thruthese fifteen II t II We"A<
opportunity of viewing the 'Gator booths have given many sincere
hundred words of well composed
compliments to those in charge of the! affair and especially to Mr.\ i I t
English till he reaches the end.
B. C. Riley, Director of the Extension Division, who has had ac- very ,
Mr. Langworthy hails from
Daytona t I
tive charge of the exhibit this year. Beach, Fla., and is a graduate J WOLF BROTHERSTAMPA \
The University of Florida exhibit is housed in what has here- of the Seabreeze-Daytona Beach High
tofore been the Women's. Building at the Fair grounds. Each department School. 1 '

1 I- of the University! has a separate booth, allowing .ample .. f jl, FLORIDA I.

epace fort a exhibition of the methods and equipment used in the I "Mother" Swanson Now a "Grand- !t| Fri
various courses of instruction. As an added attraction the mother" t j it j. i
\ yers are staging a mock court twice a day in regular form. Law-I Frank M. Swanson is the proud I. "F
These things mean but one thing. The University of !1
father of a daughter, Marian, born I j
is growing and with this growth comes the necessity of placing October 9, 1921. Tho now a 'doting '! F. R. Edwards, 1917, of 417 Ashley I the sympathy of the entire associ,aCat
the many advantages and attractions of our State college before grandmother, Mrs. Swanson will still street, Jacksonville, recently had the
\!l .. the people of Florida. Adverising is one of the greatest mediums be "Mother Swanson" to us. I misfortune to lose his father. He has ]i tion in his loss.
for development in existence today. For years we have had a
; wonderful plant here, but the people of this State and the people I I1
\\1 j- of the country at large have had little opportunity of learning
N. r. these things. This year with proper advertising the University I .
of Florida is being placed before the people of the State and the I 2 : '
i t ": entire country in many different ways. Our football team is giving :

the University much genuine advertising in an athletic way .
i f' The high rating of our faculty in comparison with those of other, : -> -

t cchools is bringing the University of Florida to the front scholas. '" ': ,.
tically. What we need at the present time is to wake the people of .
our own Sate to the realization of facts which are now becoming ; "
apparent even to those throughout the country. The exhibit at
the Fair this :year is the first step toward this goal. Every Floridian -
I should see this exhibit and study the facts that are presented .
there and then become a permanent booster of the University

f.J of Florida.When the' people of the State fall in line with their own State .. Why Is Iron Magnetic

institution and the slogan of every man and woman in this State I

is "Every Floridian for the University of Florida" we will have I A horse-shoe magnet attracts a steel needle. But why} ? .

t, --' one of the greatest educational institutions in the entire country. Ji\ \Ve don't know exactly. We do know-that electricity and magnetism -- ..:_

., HOME COMING DAY are related. _. .- '.-4:

tl ', Home-Coming In dynamos and motors we apply] electro-magnetic effects. All! our ,:1'>.
Today is
Day. To the Freshmen this may power-stations electric traction and drives,
lighting systems, motor
mean but little, but to the many graduates and old 'Gators who
w returning to the University for another sight of the old buildings, even the ignition systems of our automobiles, depend upon these ;.:
\ the familiar faces among the members of the faculty, and to review magnetic effects which we use and: do not understand. i'

J their old haunts and hang-outs about the campus, this day
Perhaps if understood them could utilize them much
_ I has a much deeper significance. It is a genuine pleasure to greet we we more
the men whom we have known during the past few years who efficiently. Perhaps we could discover combinations of metals more \

d 1 have begun their work in the world. .We are glad to meet the 55 magnetic than iron. t :S.""".

,! many wishes others to who extend left to before every our old college Florida days alumnus began.a hearty The Alligator wel- The Research Laboratories of the General Electric Company investigate i:1,

come in behalf of the entire student body. The course of time has magnetism by trying to find out more about electrons and their

changed many things. We believe that the University of Florida arrangement in atoms.
is on the verge of a great development. Every student whethr 1.
I. in attendance this year, last year or a dozen years ago, has had a t I j X-rays have shown that each iron atom consists of electrons grouped
part in this development. The old grads are proud of their Alma S : around a central nucleus-like planets around an infinitesimal sun..

I Mater and we hope that they will always retain their allegiance to -.. X-rays enable us to some extent to see into the atom and may at last. -

I this University. We feel that when our college days are over and I : reveal l to us what makes for magnetism.This _
we start out into the world
we will always have a warm spot in
our hearts for the University of Florida. is research in pure science, and nothing else. Only thus can real .
r Now is the time when the University needs the assistance of progress be made. -
every friend and backer in the State. Our success in getting the
appropriation which we did during the last session of the legisla- Studies of this kind are constantly resulting in minor improvements.But .
ture was due largely to the splendid co-operation and unselfish someday a discovery may be made which will enable a metallurgist

work that was carried on by these men. We are looking forward to work out the formula for a magnetic alloy which has not yet been

to greater things and we feel sure that every former student of cast, but which will surely have the properties required. Such a result

I the time.University These can for be counted upon for assistance from time. to : would be an achievement with tremendous possibilities. It would

th alumni who men are here whom today.we. We.owe repeat so much again are our represented hearty wel-by 5: : '.. improve all electric generators, motors, and magnetic devices.

come and hope that every one will thoroughly enjoy his visit on In the meantime the continual improvement in electrical machinery s
this, our Home-Coming Day. __ _
proceeds, in lesser steps. These summed up, constitute the phenomenal -

After long years.of deep thought on the matter"the.conclusion] progress ,experienced in the electrical art during the past twenty-
has been reached that a movie is a long kiss piecedby'a. : plot.- five years.
Daily Cardinal. "
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t'' ; I .
Central: "812'Green4"' Voice: "No drank I
one too soon.--
I Teaser. I eras ci c
; fl Johnny. Mother, do I hav&to wash my face? Mother: Cer- General Office: Cin p any Schenectady.N.Y.S4SSI1 \.

t=ism, i- "nJy jmr's, dear.?Mississippian.Johnny: Aw, why. can't I just powder it, like you 1 !



JTY: EXHIBIT AT"FAIR found on the fair grounds.
A GREAT SUCCESS I crowds are attracted to our exhibit Great I" -;:.. --e.----,".;;;;;;---=-s ANTHONY'S. .:_....- _- ___'""_ : ,--"": .
and all who it ,
see gaze on it in .
ought to be proud of thee 'amazement I -
1OU and admiration. In fact, I '
our University is making atstate I most of us, who are students at the ," .
Fair in Jacksonville thi; University have no,conception of the o :: : # : :i
and is be :
It Is a credit to us :amount, variety and quality of the -I .
doubt one of the most com work that goes on in this institution.
interesting displays to be If we could all .
and see this display at
Educated ManMust
the State Fair we would be surprisedand

1 moved with appreciation; for the
work our school is doing. g ,
We have a whole
building to ourselves :- .
not a little shack, a real build- know more of life than he can get from the class room and '
ay- ing. And what we lack of filling it library. He lays the foundation there, but he must go out into the .

Polo Negri In I up with interesting and educational world for contact, experience and assimulation.One .
I exhibits isn't much. Each
GYPSY BLOOD" of the University has planned department and t of life's assimulations has to be the knowledge of how to,

arranged a display that does us credit. dress.
Wallace y- Reid in i All who see these displays pass t1 We are connected very vitally with America's highest institu- '

out compliments that would seem tion of Dress-Palm Beach. Our desire is to serve the College boys '
IB CHARM SCHOOL"fe&seday fitting if we did not know that which t4 by silently connecting them with the season's correct offerings.

is represented at the fair is really I The young man properly dressed once or twice rises to the.oe-
I here at the
University, just
Mary McAvoy in it is represented. The surprise as to fJ. asion gracefully and goes forth ,to fight life's battles with more

PRIVATE SCANDAL"bnrsday I us comes from the fact that we are confidence. '(
i not used to seeing it all together.
The surprise to others comes from p .1
In I .
Doris May
the fact that they didn't know we .
"FOOLISH AGE" had all that.

Well, we are shownig them and
ridayLon our exhibit is serving as a wonderful
Chaney In piece of advertising. We are awak- J.

FOR HERE WE LOVE" ening through it admiration and respect *
I for our State University that
H&IUOUS Show-3:30 to 11:00 t I heretofore has been minus due to I_ HILL BUILDING '

the ignorance and lack of interest of
j those who have not come ni direct B'I
:contact with the school. We 'are
showing the people of the State of B
I Florida that they are
supporting a
.. "" "" ,, ,,, ,,, f
I. real University, and we as its students ":" $ :1 = i: Z: :,
-- --
are accomplishing things worth -
while. The mule he has two legs behind

Congratulations to those who took And two he has before

part in the arrangements of the various You step behind before you find Here is Chance! .
booths and exhibits. You have What the two behind- be for.Michigan. -
done something to be proud of and Daily. j
something that will mean a great TO GET

deal to our school in many ways. Her-"Which stands the most show
4 Special Prices on Stationery '
the good or fast girls? <
Boys, if you want some real nice Him-"I don't know, but the fast
I pictures made, go to VanSickel's Studio ones show more." E

south side square. Special pricesto Brown Jug. ,

I Get ready for the big shirt-tail l

PLANS: FOR FLAG RUSH parade tonight, boys. Let's go!
I i
.. .
The following "Flag Rush" rules - - -
-< .F .
-- -- -- F
have been approved by the Junior

Class, but they are subject to the
approval of President Murphree.

Should any changes be necessary am-
ple notice will be given through the %.)
columns of the Alligator 'F
I. Elegibility. When in Jacksonville -

ocawtr ((1) All Freshmen. '

$ f ct ChNbtz; (a) All men in attendance at the / Make
University who are registeredin

the Freshmen Class of any FURCHGOTTS

Dot Mon college. I
(b) All men taking sub-Freshman MEN'S STORE
work. j L
((2)) Sophomores. I

(a) All men attending the Uni t Your Headquarters

f'lc, Comfort, DurabilityHoot versity who are registered i iJJ I 4
the Sophomore Class of and { "' \ '
x.. If you can t come, write us Frt
college. :
Mon\ Tweeds I and *e will fill your wants
(b) All men whQ-were Freshmen

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$50 and $55n j i; ; y "TKo Store AccomnodaUf6lrv fef
A hundred years ago today
[ single breasted and I'When wilderness was here. .

Sports Models\ A man, with powder in his gun
I Went out to hunt the deer.
n"ut things have since then
changed ; "
I heortof.Jacksohvite'
: !the !
I And on a' different plan:

,. I. .- I.----jf: 'S' I The dear, with powder on her face,
j Goes out and hunts the man! .

Jacksonville, Floida I McGill Daily. .. _

1-( Patronize 'Gator advertisers. __".! W J. -_ --': = _-H_ : _:;.t.;' k_W: =--i -;;:; _;' _-l

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; ,,. Ozzy ,
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i Today is ."Home Coming day" for There was a riot call at the Cath-
olic Club dance in Jacksonville last 9:
all ex-Gators and those vitally interested -
i week. After all the excitement was
in the University. Advanced reports -
k over and fright had been abandoned, OUR IDEA in making
: tend to show that a great deal -
that there not an THAT'S
found was
of enthusiasm is being entertained b7 was the Quality Cigarette.
scaped convict present, but merely -
r the.Florida Alumni over the fact that -

they will return once again to their Frances Parker. Camels and look at the package!
just buy
Alma Mater. Let them not be disappointed ,
for it is up to us to make Most of the boys going to Jax It's the best packing science has devised to keep
went there to take in the fair, but
i' their short visit a pleasant one. --
there are two on the campus that cigarettes fresh and full flavored for your taste.

were "taken in" at the fair. Theyare foil inside
While on the same subject, it wouldbe Pete Rogers and Charlie Morgan. Heavy paper outside-secure wrapping
quite becoming for us to give a the end to seal the package
They each have a receipt showingthat and the revenue stamp over -
royal reception to the Mississippi boys
did not $1.89 for a
they pay
and make them feel more at ,home leads and keep it airtight.And .
magazine subscription, which us I
,: here than any place they have been
: ,4: this year. I to believe that they will be among note this! There's nothing flashy about the
the first in line to buy radiator keys.

I '. I I Camel package. No extra wrappings that do not
Richard Knight, a former 'Gator, J. C. Byrd enjoyed a week-end trij
I of needless
Not cent
improve a expense
from Tampa, has been in town for ,
to Jax, looking over the fair (ones).
several-days this week. We are glad to see Nelson Cooper that must come out of the quality of the tobacco.

making his appearance again, after {
( r: Perhaps you wont believe it, but spending several weeks in the infirm- Camels wonderful and exclusive Quality wins oti
rO .
quiet and unassuming Lansing Glea- ary.. : t ...'. merit alone.
r [ son made an express trip to Jacksonville -
; last week and took his Hall and W. E.
fairest Bill Bivens Johnny ,
i Because men smoke Camels who want the
fairy to the fair Thompson of the law college, are in ,

Jax conducting a moot' court at the taste and fragrance of the finest tobaccos, expertly

Edgar Warren has been seen snooping '- fair. This is quite an honor for these smooth
: blended. Men smoke Camels for Camels
t ; around the bookstore at least men, for they were picked by the faculty -

t i;' four times every day for the past two as the ones best fitted to carryon ""._ = g refreshing mildness and their._freedom from ciga--

I weeks Can't imagine why he goes the trial ,which will materially retty aftertaste.
: there so often, because he never buys I] boost the stock of the University to t ; .

': :. Anything. "Bookstore Eddie," give all those who hear it. M t- Camels are made for men who_ think for them :
an account of yourself.
I Dr. Enwald is teaching the Meth- n selves.

A. C. Simmons left Tuesday ty odists Baraca Class. Come and hear :

4 help operate the University engineer- him.
J Ing booth at the
Florida State Fair in

; Jacksonville BAPTIST CLUB

i Wall Smith, of has The Baptist Culb met in the Gym
Tampa, resigned -
from school and gone home. We Sunday afternoon for short devotional N sxBLE :;ci 0S 0StIGARC aii'iel
exercises. After being called to
late to see him go, because a lot of TTL
r 113 "win miss him very much. order by the president, the meetingwas
I a turned over to Mr. Richbourg

Francis Farnsworth journeyed to who, after reading a passage of

,;Jacksonville to combine a little business -t Scripture suitable to his theme, gavea

; with a lot of pleasure. His business short but helpful talk on "The
i, was to have his teeth sharpened- Value of Prayer." He. brought out I L
several well and R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY, Win ton-Salein
so lie could chew the bull served in : expressed thoughts N. C,
the mess hall."Check ideas on the subject and very aptly I
Iit illustrated them. The
!.L meeting.. ,_ clos- ..
**" ea wnn a nymn and benediction.
Byrd made an abrupt vis- We would Ida's victory over Alabama was at 'ed by the band the paraders marched association, arrangements were]
it to Live Oak last week, and attend to have more members 'I first received had somewhat died I i :
out to these to town, halting in front of the square with Mr. Johnny J. Jones to thee
I ed ta some old business that he has meetings ni orderto down, the next thing
: have a better spirit of friendliness thought of was f where a telegram from Dr. Murphree that the whole army of Gator
1 '; neglected for some time. and comradeship I I a shirt-tail parade. The fellows assembled -i I announcing the fact that Alabama ers were shown thru three or ;

\t I put and every man existing who attends on the them cam- 'I'''I at about 7 o'clock at Buck- I had been outplayed and outclassed by of the main shows absolutely ftt

Sad news has come from Jacksonvale -\will be sure to learn I man Hall. Due to the absence of all the Gators was read. This was followed charge. After attending the &
concerning a serious accident to and some lessons the official cheer leaders a temperary by a series of yells which wire they assembled and gave a long G
grasp some I
I Dick Stanley, our football that will election was held. Ralph Marsicano PeI I
manager. help him on the given with enthusiasm. for Mr. Jones, fifteen for Mr.
He was severely burned when his automobile II' upward path. 'and Jimmie Boyd were chosen. I Due to the efforts of Mr. Pepper, and Three F's for the team, *

caught on fire, and gasoline :NIGHT-SHIRT PARADE I Under their new leaders and head- President of the Alachua County Fair !which they dispersed. _
exploded close to his face. He is resting I

comfortably in the hospital and I When the hilarious yelling and ''t++++......... ... ... ...
.. .
i, win probably return to school in two ''other noises pf various degrees and ..................

H .t natures with which the news of Flor- t ,

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f f :,.. fc S. C. \W, 'DTABLESANDPROtADAMSOJ THE BROTJERHppD- 'CLVIJ' .. 0' rG&ihesville T\ g- -- t t tf

wrING: The:Brotherhood Club of the Epis- J Electrical Supply CoWhen .

c pal-,Church has the very good for ..

Football one''to be the first of the church orE F IjIGHrrSrJ' LAMP SijA.pES: _
RRELt nWU&Vioi to'reall/ and '"
SIN CHAP EL purchase : ;, 't i
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.Bcethallw I ...'.._. ocupy heir own 'home-, across from .._--... ;.....-.- .,;. ,.
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the U '
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cater / you'need ai y g! l trial drop'icra&d see"te'
SERVICE Music by: The L tUes and a Real iTtle:Chapter house Is on University -.__ IY 1: ;'*9 .r. '' i* A "; >*" // ; i i ;I..t..
.. JALITY -' t Lecture from Prof. AdamsMakes venue,'corner of lltht street direct- ..:.." .. \. .' l f ;. .' : 7 P j-.
t Wednesday, .Chapel 1 Ii')Infront of the administration -- -: ;. .;:'. : t
Very Interesting. building, and between the .Alpha :
CO Kappa -
HardwareH ;
rd ; .. '
"f ---=-- .. > and Sigma Nu fraternity houses. (1 : :

'The .. . .. ..
regular chapel ,last '
exercises The '
.. : present building; (the former :-. < '_ 4 I ... ... ... ... --wo

f. Wednesday were greatly augmentedand home of l Miss Eleanor Shaw, thru ..0(. .- .. ...
enlivened by a most interestingtalk whose courtesy the purchase was -: :t
from Dr*,,Bristol Adams, of made( is -two-story frame structure t ; ,,.. DROP., IN > ,
E 'S ," .
O '
Cornell with : i ;
: ; l. followed 'a charming with four social and recreational t .
:,- .
impromptu concert; by Miss Opper- rooms on the lower floor, and four _;, / OtTO'' F STOCK : -:. ": t
t. .. ..
!B. 1\1. TENCH H; man, dean of the: muslcal'conserva- sleeping rooms bath and sleeping t. I
tory at the Florida State College for porch above. It is the intention of t ,:.- .. : TAILOR 'E,' -A

Women, and :Miss Rosino, also of the the Club to enlarge and remddel their -v SCleaning :f-!:; p...t
F. S. C. W.. In view of the -fact that home in the near future. The extreme t ,

I\ an opportunity was presented to hear depth of the lot will permitof t Alteration Pressing {

Florida E such talented .entertainers, the greatest the erection of a Phone'354, -...; ; / Gainesville, FloridaGAINESVILLE < t
possible time was given to them. to-date club house with large formali't t ,
HOE. S( Dr. Adams took as his subject,' rooms, library, a gym and swimming I 1.. .... -- -- fii -- -- ..

I "Are Professors People?" and the pool, and sleeping quarters for fifty .I.............. .............
easy, humorous manner in which he '

handled it brought a tremendous ;response men.The Brotherhood Club is the out .
.........,. .. -,
: from the audience. He, told come of a Chapter pjf the Brotherhoodof
I many good jokes with.the proverbial St. Andrew, begun about seven .
- NORAH I I absentmindedness i of the professoras years ago by the men of the Episcopal t

i the central them/some of which Church attending the Univer- Victrolas and Records .

Art and Gift Shop I I were upon himself, showing that he sity of Florida. It was merged into '
idures and Picture Frames |t I was no exception to the rule. He the present organization in the springof ; 1
....... ... Uw. --
spoke: of the necessity of thorough 1920.
I B ( D.R. Cox, Proprietor : : : Telephone* 86
acquaintanceship '
existing between
The membership for 1921-22 is fifty
MTOLLUM &CO. the pupil and. the professor and members. The object of the Clubis t
DRUGGISTS pointed out the fact that in no other
[THE JIEXALJL STORE way could the best Tesults from col. sports to forster and to weld good its morals members, ,manly intoa ...... 4.....,44.............+E

Agents for \ lege work be obtained. In regard to lasting circle of friendship. ....... ...................... ,

getts} and ,Norris Candies participating in college activities. ,he

esvUle Fla. 1 expressed the belief_ that the: man ACS AND LAWYERS TIE FOR : AMERICAN SHOE REPAIR COMPANY
who took his
athletics did
part in *
THIRD TIME. A:: & S. 21, ENG. 0 1
part In literary societies or' wrote :
DR. TENCH I for his school paper was doing' a& (Continued from Page One) I
much or more toward preparing himself .
Dentist ? II feated the Engineers on Fleming I Louis Eliades Proprietor '
i Office Graham Building for future life than if he did Field Thursday afternoon by a 21-0 .

)ffice Phone: Res. Phone: nothing but study. count 115 W. lU AIN STREET, N. PHONE 139 [F
369-J i The audience went wildly 'enthusiastic first touchdown came six min- '
8-j lover the. initial numbers Trcndered I The t N. D. Cooper, Agent; Room 13, Buckman"
when the Arts
utes after play began .
..... .4DI by :Miss Opperman and _Miss i and Science men blocked a punt and .. ..........,.. .. ...... .
W! S. DORSEY'-8i 'CO. .1 I" Rosino and'the storm of handclapping recovered on the Engineer f 5"yard <

In Groceries which followed compelled; them i line. Three bucks, the last by Barre, r a
Everything 'Drink to play again and again. Miss,' Ros- carried it over and N. Miller kicked I / --GAINESVILLE CAF T RIA't$
.' For Goodness Sake ino played the violincello and actcompanie4 t -. ;-&
I goal. The quarter ended< with ths I .
COFFEE Across from A. C. L. Depot
RSEY'S DELIGHT by Miss Opperman upon line -
ball on. the Engineers' 25-yard ""f.J'
.... ... -- .. .. the piano. In addition to the. indiv- in the possession of their opponents.The r ;' ""
.. 1"1 ual playing Miss Rosino also took partin Engineers staged a spurt in I We'ma.l e it a point to Satisfy .customers..' Our prices area a
the selections{ which the orchestra. the second quarter when Matthews exceptionally reasonable i -h- ***
: ,
gave. raced down the side line for 30 yards, .4>'t ""'i\11
and : Dr. Adams is in charge of the newspaper and a few minutes later. Barrs intercepted .$5 Meal Tickets for $3:90 ': ,f4 t

COMPANYDruggists : contest being given at> the a forward pass and got away *- = _

Phone 32'' Florida Fair and it was,, due to the for the second touchdown. N. Miller : COME IN AND SEE FOR YOIJ SELF ;1 c co
: efforts bf Dr Farr that het was per. again kicked goal. Barrs also made ; ,a
suaded to come down for this address. the last touchdown which came in, ---- --i

I' He is the head of agricultural journ- the third quarter and N< MiHer kick. ;, .' -- _.... ; { iWe
alism at Cornell and the originatorof ;
ed goal.
; .
Every thing Elcetrical I '
idea. : :
the newspaper contest Arts and Science (21)) Engineers ] t

i" JOS. J. SEYKORAPhone Misses -Opperman. and Rosino rein Osborne Ferris Are Makfng the World Unsafe for:.\.: ":]$ -
Federation I
the city attending the L. E. J
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a .:; MAN< SHOULD OF ATTEND,}FLOBIDA THEUNIYBBSITY i The-.Alumni ,Supplement. is prepared: and published by- the Alumni ,About fifty-four ThoIl1l 1earl ,an'Is. g etrPmb

1 Alligator staff and the: 'University wasbom at Gainesfl
University. The -
: 1. The University of Florida is the Association pf the i .man whose influence .& the

*.only'institution 'of: higher! learning In :authorities assume no responsibility fox:: anything publish] -din the I roughout the length has aDd k,sails

*the' country where one can make a of the State. We
r g special and intensive study of the ag- Alumni Supplement. Thomas. Major Thorns refer hq t. w, Rc

ricultural, scientific, legal, educational } is KLI.csa
power, a power
; !, business and social conditions of THR,ALUMNI ASSOCIATION OF THE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDAPAT years continue to be and a wfli!at rgpt

'. ,|the STATE State! of Florida. KNOW YOUR JOHNSON,.Pres. HARRY W. :THOMPSON, V. Pres. B. Rl: COLSON, Secty.' lda.Afachua Born, raised and power i. l[ riJ.I .

County he has .
2. The College of Liberal Arts o(] Kissimmee, Fla. Pendacola, Fla. Gainesville, Fla. to achieve his success je I J). f!
t desk
|the State University ranks third tact that "prophet is IsorlI1.
*.among American colleges in the percent was the admiration of the State. for life and added quantity of "pep": I aviation division for two years in out honor save in his nner

t .of its .faculty holding Doctors' Jacksonville then called him as prin- I into my humble soul for a stronger i San Dpmingo. Another rotten job. After own tieny

|degrees from eminent .universities. cipal of :Duval High School This vitality and res stence. ,I'm off aviation for \#fe. 'schools and graduating East from the

: .. 8. The College of Law has been position he held until a vacancy occurred After I left'Denfer the next morning ,; "Came home and attended a line 'Major Thomas Florida mayor{

:. given. the highest. rating offered by in the office of County Superintendent at day break, the train wreckedoff officers, school for-three months at then returned taught hi It 'safe
: to teach
i ,$1aroutpf; Regents of the State ,of .'and .the Governor appointed Cameo, Colorado., I was very Quantico, Virginia. Got a three ville schools and in the ._ 11
.\New York-a rating shared by only him to the office,to which he fortunate not being killed or injured months leave and went abroad.> Was. to East Florida taw \e ; L. :

{three other law schools in the South. has been twice elected by the people. because I' was in the Pullman. There in Belgium, England, Germany, Austria taught Greek Seminary w !lt. liters

.; 4.. With free tuition,to residents of This position has given,opportunity were 40 injured, three killed, and Hungary, Jugo-Slavia, Italy was" next called and to Mattenufc the r Cw

%the State and low rates for board and for his educational statesmanship to many washed away by. water. The Switzerland and France. On the 'trip of the Gainesville, pri r* soteni1e

I (room, the expense of attending the show itself as really constructive. train was delayed in the wilderness over I took Mrs. Terrance McSween. signed this position schools. Ra

I (University of Florida is less than In raising.! standards of schools and for a period of two days awaiting for ,ey safely back* to Europe and"on the hardware busines to eater -" 191]

'that of any other state-supported in- teachers, in construction of buildingsand repairing. We ere practically shut return trip I brought over :Mrs. I instantaneous His sUttesr II J1A.ttan

fatitution in the United States. enlarging equipment, in' soundly out among the "Cow-boys" in ,the 'Caruso and Gloria and Marshal ous. He and, has been C9II: lI :
:? 6.. The ..University of Florida is administering the .financial ,and other Rocky living on the well known cants Foch." And to, prove it he had an I engaged inline .a mi

.centrally located, :within a few hours' phases of the educatioal affairs of logue ,of Rocky-Ford. The extreme I autographed photo of thereat) mar- of ,business with uniformly Ii for 1'Jtt'
:J1de| from any point in the State. Duval County he has attracted national beat, the dryness of the air, the treeless :shal. Incidentally he told us to send livery 'a while he cpm

6..-. The, University of, Florida has Attention. His slogan seems of mountain, grassless 'of the a :bill for $25.50. to Quantico as he stable, was' in.'the fora** :-si! E

'::a(beautiful campus of 90 acres, the to be "The' best in the whole nationis field etc.,,this huge area it seems tome j was going to take out a life'membership business 1L __ ._a. while, ., and_ soon fcea ,G.

.,ffK>ttjd sand,
planned at the beginning with refer- To this .end hf works unceasingly, of irrigation is solved After t Alligator. t built the White House Hotel :"CIty

(eng,l Atbe.'future needs of the in- reads widely, attends national con stopped at several large cities seeing "Long live the King." operates both it-andf the Gi \ :1tte<

,, (.tittttion: t Th'e- campus is supple- makes personal investigations the 'country, my humble education' is .. Hotel. He was :president of the fe f .C

y eated by a farm'of, over 500 acres of school systems incorporates greatly broaden.I EDUCATORS STAND TOGETHER ton Bank and later of the feejville L Fiel

:\1rhieh is used by the: College of Agriculture whatever' means :real Improvement, left San Francisco on the SS Ven. -' National For many yeaai 1-1.

and the Experiment Station. employs expert 'supervisors, and tura of the Oceanic Line for the It is a favorite posture with the"people's was Mayor of Gainesville (till 'tfeSI

*> .1. The University of Florida is a keeps the whole business moving r"Paradise of the Pacific" and arrived people" type of p politician refused to run again), 4tnd kepi :
Vaieal\e r.fof; the Association of Colleges evenly and, 'steadily'orward.: here few weeks ago just in ,tim$ to try to make it appear that the interests straight when*that was a lard $ 6

and ,Secondary Schools of the The direct returns to {the cause of to welcome the Press Delegates_ of of the public schools and those0 He was Senator from this dis 11tJ

{,Southern States; they. National Ass public education from this one man the World. Many thing have, had of the institutions of higher learningare and was, ',more!it'" ::largely r 8pB 8'
f fcUUoaof,State,Universities; the Am3iAgRAssociation happened since illness than: any oPierone man t9f "J
(and there are numbers! of others) my and they divergent and opposed to1- each
."!!t of Agricultural-; go far toward,justifying State in were hidden.' from me because of my other. Nothing is farther from 'the 'bringing of the University to Gsnevile. tic

I. I "Colleges"and. Experiment Stations; liberal provision} for '\higher\ educa i illness. In another word, I am. in a truth. Their interests are identical. j is

|the Southern 'IntercoUegiate Athletic tion. And he is still: a young man. position just like "the devil is in In the first place::the higher institutions In hundreds of ways he has dens etC:

Association. His work is not yet done. the deep ,bJl} sea." ;4 are absolutely dependenton stratedthat he is intensely J !

j f, 8. The Adjutant, General of the ". I am .:working here acting as Secretary I the public) schools for, their stu. spirited. It is no exaggeration to aC di
!: United States Army ranked the Uni- '.
| A LETTER FROM LEN BO TAN '21 for this office, till the new one 1 dents. In the.second place, if anyone : that: he has made _Gainesville i
t et'ersi4y of Florida) among the thirteen will it is. .' w
come. I may. be appointed by our but glance through the Alumni

:distinguished colleges" at which Last spring Len .Bo Tan of the Government later if opportunity per. Directory of one of the. institutionsof Busy as he is Major The l IEf

military! training was given during Class of 1920 (Agr.) had an extremely mits. In close my dear:'Major Floyd, higher learning they will be astounded the soul of ]loyalty to his Alma Hife
tie 1818-19 and 1919-20 sessions.
I j : Serious illness. Major Floyd, as permit.me.to express again my hearty I to learn what a .large num.be1Z and will always be found- the&* I
i 9. The University of Florida has f
I usual, was sympathy and helpful inspiration appreciation !for the kindness you of the graduates: are teaching in} |front when any movement is afeI
splendid General
a Library and.an
: to-date Law*Library both of which up- incarnate. He is just in had' .rendered me. With my Aloha to II the common schools. for her benefit i J f f
; I s receipt of a letter from Tan whichwe you and jour family. Please rememT The .Alumni Association has been ,
:are JIhaJ'g .of ,trained librarians.
,..10.tThe. University: Museum and publish in full because it is interesting ,ber I. am always. for a .GREATER I accused by some of wprking for the 1S98-E. H. Jernigan, who ford ;(

'Experiment Station present opportunities and newsy. We are led also FLORIDA. I University to the detriment of :the years.was a merchant and postasfe
to ask this question: How many Respectfully yours, 1 public schools, or at least without it Noma, Florida, has moved toy -; ,
forresearch work and the -
special <<
8tudy.tf various problems and )American boys who, had (been in LEN B..TAN I regard?.for them. It must be appar. : to engage in the furnitureless. i

..,conditions: in the State. China for but four years could write Class, of 1921 j ent to anyone how baseless such a : His firm is known as Grand 1

back in Chinese as interesting, clear ; charge is. As a matter of fact, those Jernigan. .

: !: F. A. Hathaway and as appreciative a letter as this PUG HAMILTON-GLOBETROTTER alumni in educational work are most 1901-Arthur S. Miller, 611 Bd

| F. A. Hathaway, A.B., '02, LL.D., one? How many of them would ever anxious to see their Alma Mater prosper 'avenue, Ames, Iowa, who is superiD-

|1919, is one of the "making good" think to do it? The letter follows:', George :because they realize that all pendent of mechanical equipmtfttd
Durell Hamilton
|i men of the University of Florida known better educational matters go hand in hand the Iowa State Highway Commis
as "Pug made the :
(Alumni Association. Consulate of the Republicof 'visit University and that the common schools and writes "I wish to thank the AumIf]
a November
He was born in West Florida, China. t? second. Pug is higher institutions are mutually de- Association for its attention $ad
ie daddy
of the University ,Band, pendent one, upon the other., a1l
Honolulu T. '
up on the farm, attended but !'hardly knew congratulate it on the aggressive
rural schools, became a rural teacher, October 31, 1921,. had v so. Many own child-it interests are the same.. Let us haveno successful work for the Univen .'

land discovered himself, found that Professor W. L. Floyd, Tumors grown have been interesting in more talk against the one branchof We thank you, Brother Miller. '

the had the gift of instruction and Assistant Dean of the College pf Pug's}\exploits floating about education because of professed love 1902-Allie J. Angle has seed

,that he,1 loved the work. Agriculture, < editor, pressed and him ramblings so the. for the other branch Such talk is .moved to St. Petersburg to enhatvb

He got the larger: .viaio He discovered University of Florida, Afte'lighting for an account. either the result of a failure to com' }the furniture business. His a

i that to teach something one ,Gainesville, Fla. \ rate\\of fifty' miles up, Pug gave hour, it at the prehend the situation or the. effort of Is Station A, Box 3507. ..
; an running
|must know something. It was char. My Dear Major Floyd: like this demagogues to curry favor with 1904G. M. Whetstone is.aSi5 :
somethingUike\ : "dear
..acteriatic.. of, him that, action muse Pardon me .not to write to you "After graduation in peepul" who do not under Manager of American Age

...follgw. .! ,i ponviction. He went to Talla- [long before, this as I am confront- sent to San Domingo 1916, I was stand. Such tactics are always ,'resented -: Chemical Co., Phosphate Min f
as Captain in .
I :h&S6ee where he; fell, into the handsof ing with home troubles and they are the Marine Corps in command of the when comprehended. Pierce, Florida. f"'..

President Albert A. Murphree, hidden from, me because of my ill Grande Riviere (a certain section 1910-The ilev. Eugene CJ !

.'sympathetic, big-hearted, far-seeing, ness. Permit me take this opportunity -" the country). Were king of WHO'S WHO AND WHY Calhoun is pastor of the first Mfr
you ever a ?.
::1. t helpful, inspiring-Murphree,. :friend to express to you first of all my I No Well I ',was. Rotten -' Church South, Ft. Pierce, Fla.

::1 of the worthily ambitious. Attend- hearty appreciation, my thanks, and a ,couple of years I came .,back job.to the In Many of our members hardly realize Harry Thompson has left >H**
;: ; lag the college during'the winters and the' kindness] which you had rendered United States and : that the Alumni A'ssociatiqn of yard where he was studying law *'

1 ,.teaching rural schools through thef me during my critical stage of ill. :ed, for the .scooting; was. coUTtmarlial-of the University of Florida numbers has gone over to the Yale- .I*!
1 up some na among its members some of the most SchooL i f
auD1nen,1) he struggled along until ness The service and the lovelinessof tines that I adn't
; been more'
:t he graduated. your hearted-thoughts.. always responsible for than any ,prominent and infl eBcia .men in 1912-A. A.. Baker is Chief Clfi

'Then:came '.the call. to Orlando, comforting me will; be :remembered not know anything kore you about were it; did Florida. This is true in many lines ,with the Tampa Inter-Ocean S*.

,:: where he served seven_ years r and as long as I am ,lived. Through your k you did. After than, of endeavor. It is the purpose of Co., Jacksonville, Fla. .
\\that, took this
} < buttt. up that system*7 satil .O=Lando r Ye3 kind, -,:thoughts..... *. -- that, enable me to fight t r'*'.in; .. : :' }l a course ing column few to,give in an interest- Chandler S. Bambergwho has j
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WBO'S WHO 1 I IfrOm. P. K. Vancamp BS, CLE. 1916, Theological: Seminary of Louisville i LOST ALUMNIThe 1 I GATORS WILL LOCK HORNStiwlTll
Inverness, Fla.. wrote asking for information -?:Ky- MKS THIS AFTERNOON
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regarding the
'. matter of f A. M. Wolf son, B-S. 1920 is at the Secretary has lost track of
JSlS the foreiga represen- securing a state license stateing he'' (Continued from Page One)
University of South Carolina the alumni listed below. Those knowing -
the North East Electrical was thinking of taking some work' pursuing and Several carloads of former Caters
work in organic chemistry for their present whereabouts
Blester, :. Ywrites :from for himself will moW ever from .8t.. Angostbuft
.If his Masters degree. He is specializing occupation will confer a great favor
'; week I leave for S. to ward received from the
.0B. according
ocorrow Wilkinson
is practicing' in coal tar dyes. by advising B- R. Colson, Gainesville,
''t1 <<. I hope to and Gainesville club
pa! and law in Sanford FIa. He likes it bet- I Florida. historic city the
here around the first o: I IMr ter than Herbert G. Ford BSjn chemical I is expecting many others to attend
Dom' teaching high school agriculture engineering 1921, and Rhodes scholar, Ii Arnold, A. c., Jacksonville, Fla. 1914 !
for I've booked passage both the game and the other forms
.puis- for Xew York and i sailed from New York on the Acqui- IBailer. F. c., Tampa Fla, 1899 Hof,j jI : entertainment that have been ar-
tt : R. J. Dagg S27 Detroit :tania T. 1S911
November. :My street.j the second week in October in i forheir :while here.
P tie 12th North of East Electric I Detroit, JIich_ is a :!. I I company with Rhodes scholars from Belcher Burton, Largo, FIa. 1905',Friday.

jfSl be N. Y I,Goodyear Tire k Rubber Co. I i all parts of the country. A letter I Blair. G. P. 18S3 i cially designated as Home Coming-
wester. i Herbert L. i Boynton E. A., San ...Antonio Tex *94 j
The present ad-! Dozier who received I[from him while on board ship states day and as many old Gators as posh -
1. Lee JarrelL This I JLS. in 1917, is a candidate for 1 I[that the company enjoyed a pleasant Brodie Hugh 1897't
J Lee Jarrell is as follows: !a Ph.D. degree at Ohio State University -i I sightseeing trip of Washington and Brown Dr. Paul, D.D.s. I Gaines-ville
Ike JirreH, 12 Rue Gafllon, I Atlanta Ga. 1899
specializing in plant and animal New York: before sailing. that day.
"Frasxe.A ecology. He expects to receive I McCoy Hubbard Terra Ceia. Fhu Brown, Wm. W. 188S All cutfUwn people mho are
Fraser Thomas of Cedar Ke; the degree next June. is assistant to the efficiency engineer Coates, John Franklin, LUL, planning attend the game can secure -

,g on State Road No. 5. HetSat Lewis J. Stadler, 10 Allen Place! of the Southern Utilities Co., which I Sanford, Fla. 1920 ear state by enclosing check to

the Levy County sec- I Columbia 3fcx, announces the! birthof has headquarters at Palatka. I Coltrine,. G. W. 1E91 :Miller's, Gainesville. These spaces

tT3 soon be completed. a son September 15, 1921. Van; E. Huff is working for he city 1 Curry. C. :}I., Bradentown Fla. 1905 'will be sold at from $1.50 to $S, #e-

,!3-Arthur C. Brooks, one time 1918Geo. R. Bailey has decided of Miami under the director of public Davis.J. P. 1S95 cording to the location on the field.

ef Tarpon Springs, is now not to return to New York, but will service (formerly called city engineer Dodd W. F., care John Hopkins Posters have been posted in all the

,. ." law in Tampa. His office remain in Gainesville, where he has -. Unrr., Baltimore. }IcL 1898 larger towns in the state and a large

i is; e"petteway Bldg.Laffitte accepted a position with the Baird I John Walker Liddon is practicinglaw (Evans A. c., Tallahassee 1906 number of visitors are expected to

1. SI or is teaching at Hardware Co. It will be rememberedthat at Okeechobee,. Fla. ''Feurhak, Geo. M-, Winona Minn. 1917 see the Orange and Blue eleven ia:

Fla George married Miss Marjorie f Leslie D, Wiffiams is engaged is I rf Garrett, J. IL, Geneva. Ala. 1SS9 action against one of their strongest

Cissies A. Rowlett of Palmetto has Cannon of Gainesville, October 12th.f citrus work in Cocoa Fla. I I Harrison, Dr. Alec Perkins, opponents cf the present season. .
-jaa. Cissins, Jr., and has a 6x10lathe. Alfred A. Green is practicing law I. IL B. Matlack, B.Sis pleasantly j Eykesvffle M. 1899 \ -

in Daytona with the firm of Sholtz & treated in Washington, D. C., where E Huff, Otis. Pascal, care OldHiekol" SEMINOLE STAFF ANNOUNCES-

1f14-H. G. Clayton, Gainesville, Green. he is employed as junior chemist at I ]" Plant, Jacksonville PRIZES
as married Sept- 23rd to Miss Clarence B. Maloi. y is at Ix>ngwocds the U. S. Bureau of Standards. His T .nn- 1917

Bay of Tampa. They will :lid. Occupation unknown. address is 2106 ISth street, :N. W. I Hyde I. M, Fernandina. Fla. 1903 With the aim of making the 1921

in Gainesville, headquarters John S. Wyckoff is doing electrical Burton Barns, &05 Bisbee Bldg., !Johnson J. K- Sunnyvale, CaL 1894 Seminole the best so far edited in the
3fc Clayton,who is district agent engineering: work with the Duquense II Jacksonville is a member of the city I Jones A. Dama 1S87Rirkpatrick U. of F. the staff decided upon a

Test Florida with the AgriculturExiensian Light Co. of Pittsburg, Pa. council and town attorney for Pablo ElHra Branch, Fla. 1891 prize to be given for the moat artistic

Division of the U.
"c 6L: Curtis Crcnx is engaged in Minister at Brandenburg Ky. He I Julian P. Bullock is practicing law I Mmedley street, Philadelphia, 1913 or fraternity. Putting a good picture

'fPhc.ne work in New York was married- August, 1S20 to Leota l fa Ocala. i Mann :Merton Maughs,. Rochester in The Seminole is the aim of everyone -

ar.; His address is 1719 Popham Gardner' Geo. D. Slcan has charge of a very N- Y. 1901 but lack of time to put on decorative -
met, New Tcrk City. Lowell Mason Hedges is teaching 1 large citrus: development southwest of I!:Miller J. R. 19063IobIey I details interfere consequeatif.. '

Cll W. H. Cram is now at Post: vocational agriculture in a Smith- Brook sviBe on the old Natal Hay t R. C. 1902 .The first aim of this prize (tea dollars -
T1!d" 1t Sill, Okfcs.: He expects tirsit Hughes high school at Mound City, Farm. f:Morgan, Lloyd 1001 ) is*to make a small return&r the

Gai&esviBe about the middle of Mo. Lee Guest Box 425 Jacksonville, f fFIa. :Neal, Marvin LJeweOyn, Banl- :extra time pet OB the picture the rat'
Ie! aber. Hugh Haynesworth MeCaHcna and .. is presideat of the JacksonvilleAhimni fay, Fla. 1913 end aim is to stimulate cempetitiN+
S. L DeWolf is teaching in a Miss Marie Lave of Alacisn: were I dab and also of the Jack- !Owens Frank Emory Eustis, 1914 bewteen the groups for the lamer

fcsajr High School in Gatesborg, I married October 31, 1921 in the AI-I senville ee..tmity Service. I Patter, Geo. C, care Favorite which gees with the prize.

EL ach.ua Baptist efaureli. After a Geo. R. Moseley Box 35, Gainesville Line Tampa, Fla. 18Shtrford r Societies and clubs compete, j wife
des A. Mile, better known as ing trip fa the Berth they will reside I Fla,. is salesman for the Wilsas Robt, Center;, care I each ether right along. 'There- *rs
'3df' w teaching physical edtsraKizsas i ia Quiacy where Thigh hclds ai I and Toiler Fertilizer Co. of Jack- r Southern Belt Telephone I i;football, baseball and otter games ie

b i:1: City, Ma. His address f position with the Florida Miniag Cei t"sonville. He has the territory :from Atlanta Ga. 1S9S : show whkh has the most athletic materiaL ,

a G3 N. Spring street, In depend-i L. H. Skinner is teaching in Barnes |I.. Clay to Heraando Counties with I I Smith H. F- 19<8 #! Artistic ability just like athletic -

es: ;3fo. Jew still owns his aera? in t t School, Montgomery, Ala. i I i headquarters: at Gainesville. Smith Roy Hadley 1S81Stene qualification is a gift of nature
Cearn.fr. so he'll be bat k some t John Nash WhitefieJd. safety engineer j, Harold G. Redstoee is in the in-! Frank Witheral, Ciieago 1SS7 ; to bep roud of and one possessing Hand
i r. f for the Jacksonville Traction t>suraBce bcs Des ill Jacksonville; address Stein, SamueL Tampa Fla. 1013 i; utilizing it for the betterment of

T. E. Sdralr Jr. is now' living at: (Co.., had the misfortune: to lose an j I f i -48 W. Ashley street He is i t Tait, Alfred W8sn 1894 !6 t th annual will bring credit. ta the

C ifr Haven where he is a promiSffitfierlst. -I[infant son September 1, 1921I }I[with Fialey Tucker & Bre., agents i r Wade B. }Ic\.. .1890 \grades of which he is a member ax
Earle Sevier Barney (JIB I(for Columbia Casualty Co. ef New t i[Walker. Chas Reed IS33 well as to himself.

C lefcrraa. Wefeh is: practicing law" principle of the Leon High SchooL! Y rk. Walker, Dr. J. Hurd, Haggers- .; Come cut, JOG embryo artist, aDd

11 r h oarillc. His address. is 1 -F J'T ..
I ,-.,. -*- tiahry. "Sam Ham receiv- street, Cincinnati- Ohio, is a test Aaron, born the 14th of September,i I rule Fla. 1904 ( for your work. Come out adlefs

tl*fetter the other day from W. E. electrician with the Union Gas and 1221.NeweB i Whitmire, Wm. Alexander Ashe- :,i. see the groups superior in artis-
t kr, formerly manager of the Electric Co. of Cincinnati. B. Davis is pleasantly heated Ii viSe N. C. 1916 tic talent a quality so far neglected

ids feothall team and himself a Geou W. Dansby married Miss LydaE. in Washington, D. c., wherehe Wingate, Ernest Targuand 1S93 I. on the campns.
: 1921. Dans- in ckemleal wark at Wright, Cyrenius C. 1SSS
JjJ:tf Past years. He is at present Maddor September M, is engaged i
ted wit hthe U. S. Embassy :by is truck and live stack farming the Bureau of Standards He is located COLLEGE SIDELIGHTS i
I1fo de Lake, Fla. with Mr. Matlatk at 2166 IStk ORANGE AND BLUE OUT-
JaEeiro, BrazO. He is way at Orange I By Harold Klock
I i: the srTce and is making good. i W. V. Defteric, BS.F..E1920,!I street :N.W. CLASSED RED AND WHITE I

let i aaother of Florida former !Hammond, Ind-. is working as meter James A. Franklin married JIiufEdith (Continued from Page O.) I I FaR sports at 3IcGiH Uaty;
.I Eugene Waterbury: October 11,
.no bs Canada sip tenths
done the old school inspector. The line fellows: i[ and traek holi-
of Plant City was 1021. Mr. Franklin is connected with up t ill tieir)
JtGainesville Sun. I c.. L. DeTan Alabama Florlfe own Is a recent twaktecraa
I.n-entt Earl J recently elected secretary-treasurer the law firm of Knight & Adair. : efit: with Queea's the
Fetch of Oeala is F Clemens: swans;i| College,
Jad ia EarltoQ Coonty. of the newly organized StrawberryGrowers [ Samuel Wycfce Getzen married[ L E.Langhorne i ileGSl team defeated their rival
t Pmt Association at Plant City t[Miss: Josepfcine :Brooks of Gainesville Student
HaIowes is doing engiaeer- t P.ebins.eE '.I at Emory Umvermy De
=r for the State Read Departrrish A. F. Massaro: BSis a student Nbvesfcer: :3rd. After the Iw neyaaooa I F 1- T. waging a campaign for interdAeg
bt a; where he is pursuing a they will reside in Webster, where t atHetie
Fla.B at Sewanee, :ITeatgOEiery H. Perry Already the faeafty has
Jrfrilert C. Pett ay has been elecf medical cour se. Mr. Gefaten is sn reey-at-faw. LG_ 4 approved the action aad it wean
tr.I31. Lakeland to take office-I, Ear 1 T?. T>3Yto 1't is an instructs is JOBS MeKey is with the State Read f Wesley W s y#:quite preLa"ble that Emery will havea
lex SYlS: !zy He.as a brother in I electrical engineering: at Department Gainesville, Ffcu .1 l a I IHant. [ football team next seasos. Emory

class at: the TJ. of F. t& M. OHege, College+ Station Teas..1 J. L. Pierce is a medial stalest at ; Capt. PerryScett!"has teen cue of tile few schools ia
:s hart j fc, Geo. Carl Roberts, who t the University of Maryland. lila R. G. the South which hare net participated -
m1J I is 2332 Cafrert street, Baltimore -
high address
.c.mitI2-Hi nes I, to
Bartavr Grace (Rear riculture in a Cooper tome extent: in IttftaIJe-
,.:t) It seISn2 insurance in Macon, school at: Abbeyvffie Ala. last year.is Md. B.T.R.E.. g:.ate atletks, and accordrng to the
"' \I i at: Largo this year where he K Newton BsrnettStanley I i t size cf the stalest!! beery ahaW .a
dge R. A. Green of also prindpaL I J cut some fiae teams m the future.ANNOUNCEMENT ..
tle who was at !
; the W.
Mr examm.tWn of Joseph Baty
Junior class held a meeting in
with The :
te Court the week ending Lake City last year, is at Largo Peabody HaD an Tuesday even: Q. I
EobertsWalter Rosenfield Newton -
tC. 1:. :StIstt. B.S..E.E., 191& and Roberts is principal ofschools Secretary BiB Ward presided.elected coachof i I LvH.B.H.. The Military Department announces
Anderson was
SteTens Ft. FIaI I! Cram ,that because of a lack cf
etf Ute class of 191 at: Meade the Junior Class football team with Bartlett Pomeroy appropriation
r Of eezia; 26 West 24th I John D. >. m Agriculture for [the: ggesticnt that he caH a football r for musical rnstnnneats for E. O,
JscksonTille 190,, has a position as chemist Whitaker Dt T. C. units the expected shipment of
Fix. have go1"and Cleveland -' practice soon to get the Junior Class
bt4 office the General Chemical Co. of t F. B. 49 band instrument reuq sftioned farthe
p opened an. sdUPhuric team started. George Stanley was
!'r drafting aId engineer- /Omo. He is working in add J elected manager of the football team. Substitutes: AlaBama, Baker faY battalion at FkridawS not be

!# est under the firm name : acid department, making His addressis t The meeting tin adjonrscd.Do Lasgnorne, Hudson for Cooper. Keith rea ved.
: and Stevens.* Above ad- by the contact process. for Baty, Thomas for WhUaker.
1TSO East 63 street, ClevelandOhio. sleeping in the afternoon Florida Renfrew for Dom, Thcns- Join year fellow stadects at tie
A. I your for Burnett, fads fo rSwansc Ketbodlst Baraea Clara oa So
tfitspeKh b ia th
s c'atters salesaaas: % Duke W2Kams is stag for Coe to Shy school racns- jaorniags.THE .
U tie HoM a Hotel T. Presbytenas: mc. -
Ohio. tl amistrr ia tie

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1. 1 or sub-Freshmen last year and
t I" who are not included in Section
4 '
4 (a)
t J, Bailey '" II. Time N'TO'Ni
((1)) The time of the Flag Rush shall THE BO
24th, at ten
t jof be Thursday, Nov.
I I I forty-five ((10:45 a. m.)
t Tampa All Freshmen participating in
I ((2)) j i l
the Flag Rush shall assemble '

I 1"REAL VALUES I on the main floor of the Gymnasium "Meet Me There
than ten
I not later '
I fifteen ((10:15): ) a. m. :: Vol. X.Georg'.
;,, 1 f In' I III. Place.

i The Rush shall take place on the
.I-? I I FINE CLOTHES' j I parade ground between Thomas Agents for the Martha Washington and Johnston Candies

j I and Buckman Halls.
I .ForYOUNG 1 as s
I 1 L f j IV. The Flag.
1 1i -
t MEN\ rI (a) The flag shall be placed by a _ -ooooi oo MI
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the Junior
committee from -
I j j The AJarhua Restaurant and Lunch Room
I Ii j jJ Class.b | JOHN B. SUTTON I
J ) The flag shall be eighteen
( t
.., the | Attorney-At-Law I For Ladies and Gentlemen
; (18)) inches square and
< 301 Citizens Bank Bldg. I I t Half Block from Atlantic Coast.Line Depot
bottom thereof shall be placed
l t
I thirteen feet six inches ((13'6") TAMPA, FLORIDA A oooo Phone 507 o sw eo e0 Gainesville, :FbriJi

"I I from the ground. .-. .- .-. I I 4II .- ... ... ... ..a.it' .-
) 1 $30 to $45 (d) The flag pole will be the fire- ':
I I Music
it' Kelley-Miller Company
f blackened pine tree on the!I I VII. Regulations. DEALER wen.
parade ground midway between either side shall
Members of
.1$ the two dormitories., not in any way interfere with OPPhorpe'<
1 V. Clothing.a the movements of members of t Phonographs and Records
$35 to $50 ( ) Any old clothing of any des- the opposing sUes before eight &. Latest Sheet Music. String Instruments and Snpptfos0o0o0000o00o.E lre;
] .
n t tI cription may be worn. ((8)) a. m. Thursday, Nov. 24th.b -. ,
(b) No shoes heavier than tennis I ( ) Unnecessary roughness at ,- -. 0 FGatnr..
I, : .J IIICKEY-FREEMAN I O shoes shall be worn by either I any time shall be prohibited. I I

'I II side. (c) No ropes, ladders, or poles -
k : .1:f $40 to $60BAILEY gym shirts. shall be used by either side.d I leaks
I I I (d) The Freshmen will wear atop ( ) All practices such as kidnapping led t\\o
.1 jiniBuvfthorpe
I II' I and tying out pf membersof
I'' ;. I VL Rules the opposing side, the night UNIVERSITY MEN
I (a) The first period of the Rush before, shall be barred. sore

: I shall be five ((5)) minutes. If (e) The throwing of sand, pepper jhorpe'cro8se l
\ ; at the end of this time the and other substances likely to Demand value and style <
flag has not been taken, there
\ The Clothier : injure anyone in any way lend ofbteckei
I will be an intermission of shall be prohibited.VIII. Society Brand Clothes
I three minutes, after which a Penalties.
: Franklin St., core::Twiggy at for
f O second rush period of two ((2)) Any member of either class who violates Hanan Shoes, Manhattan Shirts, Knox Halts kickedFlorid
minutes shall be allowed.
of the above rules
I II I any
J (b) All Freshmen shall be at and regulations shall be barred Are featured lines in the Giddeons Store ingtt
I I least twenty-five ((25)) yards
from participation in all subsequent the he
I from Flag at start of Rush. play. -Mail. wders a specialty.

-.wo ....... (c) A pistol shot shall be the: IX. Judges.A I 9 alts,;
signal to begin the Rush; all committee I
r from the Junior Class glenline !
Pairoaize Gator advertisers. play shall cease immediatelyat j shall act as judges, referees f
t the firing of a second shot. and time-keepers. play

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I J [ We are showing a well assorted line of Sterling Silver, Gold TUGOFWARI- HENRY GIDDENS CLOTHING CO. (From f'rua'

_ and Gold Filled Belt Buckles. Also best of leather Belts, Elegibility shall be determined as in e (
_ i 11 Link Buttons, Collar Buttons, Tie Pins, etc. the Flag Rush. TAMPA, FLORIDAof game
: L. C. SMITH II. Time.
I { South Side Square 1 The Tug-of-War shall follow fifteen .j'- OeIt :
H. iJ ((15)) minutes gfter the close d..

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III. Place. ;
( )
Same as for Flag Rush. ; :

I IV. Teams.

'\ Teams shall consist of ten ((10)) ( ) I''er. :
ed men from each side. f

: 1 Football or similar V. Shoes.shoes may ( ) I
H !
MILLER'S'I worn. ..
I VI. Rules.' ( ) ,
((1)) Duration.The :

: time of pull shall be : :
t Winners. FLA.'e: I
k- I (a) To win, one side must :
We rope across center
Are Always. at Your Service (b) In case time is called

I A either team shall have d
\ team having majority of
I shall be declared winners. : I
rI ((3)) One Captain, not a member 1

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