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Title: The Florida alligator
Alternate title: Summer school news
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Alternate Title: Daily bulletin
Orange and blue daily bulletin
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Language: English
Publisher: the students of the University of Florida
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: November 25, 1921
Publication Date: 1912-1973
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 24, 1912)-v. 65, no. 74 (Jan. 31, 1973).
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Irr-: t IVERSITY OF FLORIDA, GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, NOV. j;), 1921. No. 10OOTIE'S'CATOIiHAF1

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j SPECIAL RATES r r'TO FLORIDA ALUMNI .' ..". r BASKETBALL TEAM t



GAME IN JAX I I i RETURN TO D. OFF.HOMECOMING BE PICKED FROM

'OGLETHORPE! A 21 TO 3

I HAVE BEE MADE I,, DAY! COLLEGE CAGERSMen


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DRUBBJNGENDS SEASON Students May Make 'Round Tripon Great Number of Loyal Florida Making the Best Showingin


I I Regular Trains for $2.70. Men See 'Gator-Choctaw; II the Intermural Series Will


jeorgians Outplayed by Kline- !j I U OF F. EXHIBIT 'I.i Mammoth Crowd,Expected to I II .; Game 'and Hold Fraternal l be Selected to Try Out for the


men, Who Keep Ball in Their i I See Florida Grid Men Take on Get-Together, and Banquet.. :et;1. I ; 'Varsity, Squad-Those, Wish... *.
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Opponent's Territory Through 1| AT FLORIDA FAIRWASBIGSUCCES i the Fast North Carolina Eleven I .ing to Make the Regular.. l chit
Horn OomU;* Day of. tb* Diversity I I .. .'c;,...' ;

(Greater Part of Game. I on December 3. 'I of Florida was celebrated QO I:I Should Come Out for Their

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I I Friday, November 18th, by aboQt i College Quintets. S
r\4der! a scorching sun the Florida I Special rates have been secured one hundred and twenty-five Flit I l .

store completely outplayed .Ogle- t University Booths Attracted I from the A. C. L. Railway for the \:alumni who returned to their Alma Basketball season will soon be in

;;rpe Taking advantage o f thee I trip to Jocksonville where the Flor I Mater .th t.d daT, to, e.what' th1"s I full sway at the U.-"Sf R A..series Much Attention From I :
ti the Gators scor- \ Repre- ida-North Carolina is to be
s of 'e game game : were going on at the college from inter college games have been. scheduled -
[ two touchdowns in the first five I I played on December 3. The price for i t
'' sentatives of Other Institu- which they had been graduated I for the months of November aid
:rotes: of play. After that Ogle- a round trip ticket, which is good December
I past years. and the different
I I colleges:
stiffened and held Florida I tions-First Project of its any of the regular trains from
orpe ron t The big football parade on Friday I have some good men, as.was.! shown in
second ..
However, in the Friday until
evenly morning Sunday nightis
ore: I Kind Ever Attempted Anywhere I morning in which a large part qf j last year's tournament. The method
the ball was always in Ogle-I $2.70, war tax included.
urter
I Gainesville, the University Band' and ;, of picking men for the varsity squad
Not even a punted in the Country. The schedule on which these trains
rpe's territory. I
practically the whole student body ; this season will be from the men who
the fifty yard line. At the run makes it possible for to I I
1 I anyone participated, must have created a favorable : f in the coache's estimation shows up I
sd of this quarter Perry and Merrin To attempt to describe the Uni- make the trip with the ,utmost con- ,! --
each
in
impression the mind of best in the coming college series. In
ocked and Thomas fell on I: exhibit at the state. fair so venience. Trains leaving Gainesvillefor
a punt versity
i alumnus who saw it. Florida's band I order that the coach may look over
for the third touchdown. :Newton"j that one who did not see it may to Jacksonville daily are as follows: il ,
was at its best, the college songs and the new basketball material this season
eked the third successive goal. |I some extent visualize it in his mind 3:38 a. m., 9:00 a: m., and 3:37: p. m. 'I =
yells were given with a lot of spirit I all men interested in playing bas
onda was on the aggressive dur-,j 1 is well nigh impossible. Only bya Those coming out cf Jacksonville for I II I
I under Pete Harris leadership, And ketball are urged to go out for these .
the remainder of the game, but! trip through University. Build- Gainesville leave at 10:00 a. m., 10:20 !
? by anyone it could be seen that the t college teams, and in this way let
e heat told on both teams and scor- ing could one really appreciate what p. m., and 4:50 p. m. .... ... --
I J I student body was behind;tho, team,to' the coach look you ..over.I ... &_-- .,.. -- 1
%was difficult.' A fifteen-yard pen- efforts were taken to make it a suc- To .indications there will be. \ n..ilJ"-the--aftern n- "- :
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Tjktg-JjLjfo6 thilf! _QS2JttJBHtjglethorpe reess?. and*how well those*:efforts- succeeded -i record-breaking crowd'lit the game I II
I The Alumni Banquet was he1d'the "in son has some good games on it and
en Florida's thirty-yard 1 1.e in portraying the scope of i as the people of-Jacksonville are doing I I .
the second j i ci im3 of I all they to it dining hall Friday noon. Florida one good feature about it is that there (
for the first tim On l the service rendered the :: : can whoop up. Arrangements '
I banners and and blue] I will be four played1eI'ff at the
orange games
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ay of the final period Morris dropi! Florida by their state university.: t are being made to have I
i decorations made the hall in the spiritof University. One of the main objects
led for 0lethorpes:; lone score. !: Prof. 13. C. Riley, director/6f the i men gb> before the Duval High School i iI ij l li
i the day. After the banquet Dr.Murphree i of the 1922 basketball team will be to
rom hat time on the ball was con- j: General Extension Division, was in I student body and get them well drilled I
I '. presided as' toastmatter i win the State championship, which
.ruaiy: in Oglethorpe territory, but ; charge of the university exhibit and in Florida's songs and yells so"

e Gators- failed te score again, theme to him must go a great deal of :that there will be added support to!I!!and.,...", there were spirited, after-dinne. i 1 has been held by the strong Stetson ,
:ipeeches by a number of the older team for the pat four or five years.
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c-;.:iro i! 21 to 3. i praise for the most efficient 'way in j the parade and in the cheering at the t
1 I alumnus! who could point with prideM And alter we have' won the State
First Half. which he handled this opportunity to : game. o
I j i the present standing of their Alma championship the team will enter theS.
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Og' 'iy>,' won the toss and chose advertise Florida to the people of I '
r Mater.: S. A. A. Tourrairient in Atlanta,
dt\n '1 t westgoal. Newton the state. 1 ..
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'SOPHOMORES Hem I' To pet seat at the afternoon football i Ga the last of February. (
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;u :v .o; w o ten-yar'! line. This com kte portrayal ;
': with South ; Tie following VK4uJe has be n,
i game Carolina
or!: the state Wasthe
< ; "t>t u nad 15 yards.: Morris! University's activities at 0 a
i i'ed: "J to of its kind RATS IN FIGHT !I main thought of each alumnus af-ai i arranged, towit: _'
'is FOR
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g.i:1.: 3vj0; attempted fair is the first attempt j : *?*>$v ter'the bartqutH. ThtT8t3t( 'guar'd's gene 14-Stetson'--
irt tad and, fumbled. Florida throughout the whole-,country. Nter I Jan. University at?t


i 'med Newton the lost ball.5- yards .around laft4 re-1',"" stateed agrfttfltaral$eUge, _m-WlllJ'D i FLAG; WIN! RUSH,. section Fpposed but'to_aa be one seated of them"in a express separate*.' f.i Gainesville Jan 21-,Bollinfc Fla. COI'sI tsine L-'I* I II

diditstay'. ,
do Du:'(can passel 1 to Carlton for ; nomic lines. Managers of state fair I I i i-they : put very long but I ville, Fla. 1 '

ya'f/ \ ,\\ton made a first down asosciations of other states, w|to }i Annual Encounter Between scattered in various 'directions to mix Jan 30-Albugy Nt M:.C. i\.' 1A14 .' I Ii
; vrith the cheering sections and bo ,
a tn1t! ; ra s. Carlton gained 21 came to Jacksonville for ideas, took I bang: Ga. .. .,x..= --.......... ..... --f-- I
ran i! First and Second.Year Classes noiey haekra of the Gafenr eteven, as i .'
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?uard. Oglethorpa big one home
; one ? Jan. 31--Cant u
i they 'had been in their college,1 :*
"a:; ena red' 5 'yards for offside. ; of their own state universitiesin ojjfn: f j
geting I Results in Favor of the Sophomores days. The team impressed the.nvit I bus, Ga. .
lton 'J..d;'! : idea ,I
i to gain. Duncan their fairs-and that wj& Macon
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} the: fact that "
Who Are the First to : it is a team with
mge 'J\l'r center: for a touchdown. suggested by old Florida's1 exhibit I ,
I the old fighting s*>;rit that can make it Ga. :e= i
ewtn( liked goa1! Florida 7, Ogleorp the week of November 12 .to I
j during I I'
Trim the Freshmen in Many I
i come from behind and score after it r :'. M 'V .
( I' 19. The press comments have been i I ;;..
e',1.I": ,: is; Years Tug-of-War Goes to has been held down for three quarters. -I eerrr-Ca. >
eked extensive.The '
: to Oglethorpa's 8'd mo :t* enthusiastic and .
"', its ; .> Every old grad on the field felt I efi3 --Q ZI J1orve at j fJC.peBdil1g
Varna' ; with
'2 failed t> gain. university building
6le the, Rats, Who Win in Shorts t a thrill as that rats gent straight itt -(. ). .. a.
C. :.l' afttnrpttd l to kick but ; decorations was a sight worth seeing. .
as l' : r to the hands of Hoyt Carlton for the Feb. Y !. A, ..
4.-Savannah M. <
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.1 electric
o" T "Jb; Perry. Swan-j c Brilliantly illuminated with :
tduehi'own? that : .
ted the .
score. "
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: ', t :e bill'1 for a touchdown. lights on the outside by night: .it i I Savannah, Ga.

ew" ,,: b.-ked goal. Florida 14, carried signs on all four sides an The Rats were not able to take theSoph's I: Friday evening the Rotarians xof:t Feb. 10-Stetson u University >>tJ

;n.e:: :' '/ 0. after 8nihu Guinesnl held a banquet for the ; '
t! pouncing it as the University Building flag yesterday : Land, Fra. ,

lla, : :.: k'i 1 .o Florida on the ]I! The color scheme: inside wa,; +.:s of hard fighting dine to the fa|lure : Hotes of St. \', .:::-vstine at which ail. F. '". 11 RoUIns! College ftt d.h

.er.:' -:, "j 1 ;I''o': Swanson returned 1! orange and buf: and: all! the: woodwork of the v.Mee f..r >Ttfoi!'used.i h t, tin-_ <<. J fI. 1L'i.an5; were w ehceme. 't.'" ti"' :' "......., t .

':.. 1:''-f7ard; Ifaj.s. Newton 1 i t was newly painted white. .At i Several hundred to\vn pc:,pe? ar.J F i, 1 7- ayan".tfi .'i ,, ..
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--- ., n '"- : O--ard loss. Dun- *n;; ''Jl. 5... .r'-

il :,. .: ; a \a'' tMu right guard. ; ao with a blue U. F. on each side between\ the dormitories at 10:30 as /Uu T1! Day are Genera' Lovell,' Feb. 20-Tn-'*,: t .t ,_, C.-j. t

,. ':.'\' ': v-'lfed: 'j"ards; to the fivedowned (: ill,;i,:iE itod the building' The exhibits the Rats came from the Gym; in war the o.rt; :nt jrentral of the s',<
I "} Verrio: w in.ia j numbered tne!:ty-three and were arranged 1 poirit to meet the 1 cor1-;! : whha 1 fiafc;:;v :.n 1)7 ( f
,f f.: ... ,, l'T">]'i''" '1 was penalized for in twenty foot booths along Lui't up a small d'? Vr-c around the "I il.:a\: irclt:1te, f-:': nf the fh.' r.ti': )r i1, 't." 'rida: and the

-1 : ..1"r" bd:1': : 5; punted out of inch side and down a center aisle. famous old tree upon which their flag insitutions which were later mergedinto' 1 Jacksonville Y. M. C. A. "

Or. ': ";"''; !'J j' .! '>yard line. Mer- There was the miniature represen- was flying 13 feet 6 inches from the the State University; pat Johnson f

:) fl,"Y i'e l 1'" Ii,. : for 4 yards. NewT 4 A'on; of the present campus with ground. The Rats formed a wedgeof th? president of the Aumli'! i : Dr. Lake <(i 19 History; IV -""r.
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c'> f!"P n the triPle pass. cart: building done to scale and in about 100 of their! number, placing :soua-io.: : Hubert Fek.2: ', eJitor of Cox. what waR the Scf:or.: .,' "l <' ., l-
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T 'v -',.' to un"an for 8 yards colors and lighted by electric lights.It two or thee m ton to ,
v-:" +Vlhl 1':d :,> Turner recover- !I showed ,how the general extension j I if the wedge opened the Soph's line. cock, an old Gator football captain t Cox-"The Convention th*.: vened '

I i for Oplethorp '. '! division carries the university in- : The Sophs immediately formed a ': 1910. and Frank DeVane, an old : to behead: them if they did not return f

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HUTTO AND SCHOENBORN DRUBBING ; SUITS :

I Tampa, Florida I (Continued frem Page :1)

I ICE CREAM, LUNCH AND CIGARS With the ball on Oglethorpe's 3o- With
t I 508 Franklin StreetWeaver's yard line Turner made first down on
j'I tackle buck. Hopkins gained
a cross
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{ I one yard through right tackle. Ogle-: Two Pairs
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five yards. Follow I ;;;
thorpe penalized
!";! ,I. Steam Laundry I ing an incomplete pass Varnadoe I I I Paub
I punted and Carlton returned to Flor-
r FOR ida's 38-yard line. Florida was forc I ra $31.50

HIGH; CLASS CLEANING AND PRESSING t ed to punt Newton booting the ball
I'1 L--- to Oglethorpe's 10-yard line. Turner ", $32.50

I _ _ _ returned 10 yards Vernadoe punted -
35.00
to Carlton. Newton gained a yard.
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GAINESVILLE PLANING AND COFFIN CO. Pomeroy fumbled and recovered for '
no loss. A pass from Newton to Mer- \ ; r: ,. $42.50
I Flooring, Ceiling, Siding, Finish, Complete House Bills. rin netted 15 yards. Pomeroy gained
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around left end. Stanley Best
2 yards
Daily Capacity 25,000 Feet. Gainesville, Fla. I
gained 6 yards thru center. Merrin II I Money
(made 7 yards over left tackle and
Can
l BuyOVERCOATS
oooo. o .oo resoooooi } made I
Pomeroy 4 yards on the same
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i I.t t play. Pomeroy plugged the hole I i : ; :
SEE KESSLER
t lost failed ,
I again but a yard. Pomeroy r '
i t For all kinds of Hauling and Moving. In case you need wood f to gain. Florida made.an incomplete $18.50 to $32.50

and the ball went
pass over.
I CALL NUMBER 9 I IHaaaaaaaaaa
BUY CLOTHES
I Florida was penalized 5 yards. Turner
i so+ooooo000000000H 4I made 6 yards over right tackle. Stevens NOT CREDIT .

I made a yard on two tries at the I

!1 II. t line. Vardandoe punted out of i Men's Fashion Shop
DORAN'S BICYCLE SHOP | bounds on Oglethorpe's 36-yard''' line.

8j East Main Street tr Florida fumbled and Newton re- Court Arcade, Tampa, Fk
I covered. Pomeroy reeled off 9 yards.
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| BICYCLES, ACCESSORIES AND REPAIRS !Sffiffififfifi
.a S !fi A pass was incomplete.: Newton failed
to dropkick. Oglethorpe got the
ball on her 20-yard line. Vernadoe We are showing a wen assorted line of Sterling Silver,Golf
gained 2 yards. Turner fumbled andC. I and Gold Filled Belt Buckles. .Also best of leather Ms,
N. Y. HATTERSWe I Thomas recovered for Florida. Link Buttons, Collar Buttons, Tie Pins, etc.

I clean and block your old Hats, all new styles I j I Merrin plunged thru center for 9 : L. C. SMITH
yards. Pomeroy made down.'r South Side Square
and shapes. See CLYATT TAYLOR, No. 42 Buck- I first L
man.iooo. i Pomeroy slid off left tackle for 7
E ij I yards. Merrin plunged for 5 yards

.... oooo. .... j,'[I more. Pomeroy gained a yard. Newton made 20 yards. A triple pass to Duncan THE WAY TO WIN
ooooo "' oo I I gained another yard. Ball within gained 18 yards around left end. If you think you are beaten,feajs

i i CHESNUT'S SHOE PARLOR ''t'tt 'tI I'!a yard of Oglethorpe's goal. Pass Pomeroy stumbled after receiving a If you think you dare not, you d*
t SOUTH SIDE SQUARE I was intercepted by Johnson for Ogle- !, If you'd like to win but thican't r
with Newton gained
thorpe! on 5-yard line. pass no gain. 1
0 Electric Shoe Perry and ,
Repair Department Work Guaranteed t t'j
t i Merrin broke through "on the first 7 yards around right end. Haefle It's always a cinch that you w*
SHOE SHINE PARLOR I Igf2ffiffiffilBS II I play I i blocking the punt. C. Thomas intercepted a forward pass and returned If you think you will lose,yoa'nkj
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ffiftfj !h! Y;! !h! !h! II Newton kicked goal. Florida 21, 40-yard line.Oglethorpe. That success begins with f M
; Oglethorpe 0. .
Boys, when you plant Seeds, be sure to get them from. | I Time was called for the half at was forced to punt. On It's will.all in the state of mind.
SEMINOLE SEED I I the. kick-off. the, first play Cox went around end
.. iR COMPANY i .
I' : !:fi Gainesville. : : : Florida __ for 18 yards. Florida was then held If you think you're outclassed
fiffiffifiXffifBBWHJ r- !3 Second Half. for downs. Gunn punted out of are.You've.
Morris kicked to Florida's 5-yara bounds on Oglethorpe's 20-yard line. got to think high to ria.
",-- .... .... .... .... .... -.. line and Newton made a sensational) Morris lost 12 yards on a bad pass You've got to be sure of 350 mseIf
J JOHNSON'S PHARMACY: broken-field run to the 50-yard line. from center. Morris punted to Ogle Before you can ever win a pia
f Drugs, Medicines, Stationery, Toilet and Rubber Goods I t He stumbled or he might have scored. thorpe's 40-yard line. Duncan car- Life's battles don't always go
I We guarantee personal attention to Prescriptions. Only I Florida was forced to punt. Newton ried the ball around right end for 15 To the faster or stronger man;
I' purest drugs used. Low prices. Quality considered. t punted out of bounds on Oglethorpe' yards more. Two line bucks fajled But sooner or later the man
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13-yard line.Oglethorpe
f Gainesville, Florida. to gain and the game was called winsIs
p ... .. made 5 yards in three with the ball inside Oglethorpe's 10- the one who believes he can.
downs and punted 45-yards to Carlton yard line. Florida 21, Oglethorpe 3. -S. W. bici n;.
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who returned 12 yards. Mertln I
DO BUSINESS WITH went thru center for 2 yards. Two -

I THE FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK"The passes were incomplete and Newton
punted 20 yards out of bounds

New Million Dollar Bank" Resources Over $2,500,009S2f2fBBS32ffifa2 then Oglethorpe almost completed failed on the a beautiful line and

forward pass. Florida again bloked'Iorris's

!fi! y :\ punt. After an incomplete

r 'I! THE PHIFER STATE BANK Iii 1 pass failed.Newton Merrin again plunged tried to for drop 6 kick yards.but UNIVERSITY MEN '.' ,

The
ball went to Oglfthorpc
: j Strong, Safe and Accommodating x on the 14-yard line. Morris failed" Demand value and style
to gain. 3Ierrin
_!FJ Yi! !ir.fi..! 91! .! ! tt line. Merrin pass and returned intercepted to 14-yard a forward Society; Brand Clothes

gained
2 yard Double
{ pass to Newton lost 2 yards. Johnson Hanan Shoes, Manhattan Shirts, Knox Hats
Popular Goods at Popular Prices at intercepted a forward pas*. Mor

I ris made 3 yards over right tackle. Are featured lines in the Giddeons Store.
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> I BURKHIM'S Florida was penalized} 15 yards for

holding. Newton punted 53 yards. Mail orders a specialty.

I Forward pass from Morri3 jto
.. Haefle Was incomplete. "Turner gained -
3 yards over left gurrd. A
GREENBERG'S QUALITY STORE ,i pass from Morris to Davj/1 went pretty for ; .

A Complete Line of Gents' Furnishings i 30 yards and put the ball on Florida's19yard
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Our Prices Will Suit You Hue. Morris fai'ed! ti sain.
'" SOUTH SIDE SQUAREMARABLE'S i :. Vernadoe made a yard. The quarter HENRY GIDDENS CLOTHING CO.
ill f ended.

c An attempted pass from Morris to TAMPA, FLORIDA. 1
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Stephens was incomplete. Mores
STUDIO drop-kicked from the 28-yard line. :" ,it
NORTH SIDE SQUARE-OVER 1tIILLER'S Florida 21, Oglethorpe 3.
Official' Photographer of Seminole for Seven Years I Morris kicked to Carlton who re-
Especially eqUipped to handle your kodak finishing. turned the ball to the 27-yard line.

1 DAILY SERVICE Duncan gained 11 yards around left ,
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!,DR. GOSSARD GAVE I ................' ................_...... ....... .

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{ i 1 not good enoughin f
Investigated.Thoroughly the I II '

General Social ,Economic and Porter's Fitform Clothes for young .

I Educational Conditions in Eu- I 4gi \ men and older men who want to stay'' -.*

[ young. In the tailoring of these sup-' #
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a Il ropean Countries.Dr. : "' ,. ,, erby styled garments the "easy way" ,
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t H. C. Gossard, student secre- y' makes way; for the better way and & .

tary of the Y. M. C. A. for the Southern l 7 "How fine can they be made?" crowds :

i I Region, just returned from Europe out the usual manufacturing question
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} studying student conditions in ="How fast "
can they be made?
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.t t i.. the universities, spoke to the faculty I .
and students at Chapel Friday morning
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'sonctr .. I and social,conditions in Europe, t 1 I '- .

Brand with special reference to the students. I / i WE EARNESTLY INVITE EVERY *
Dr. Gossard was with the Committee t } O
I i' MAN OF TWENTY TO
that had conference with the : ',, .
f officials of the various departments THREE TDIES TWENTY TO *

"They Give You J- i of the Governments. in Western : f SEE THE NEW FALL STYLES .
Worth" I Europe. ..
Your Money's -- -
l WITH THE SUGGESTION 4
I Agriculture in Europe is In a prosperous

When men speak of this : condition but industry thereis IO PITFORM tU.fi\&unrlDn .. THAT THE PORTER LABEL IS *

store, they generally sumus stagnation. This condition is due > a;;;:: t AN ADDITIONAL GUARANI.I. '

up by saying: "And they I to the disorganized conditions in i.S '<'.'j.jf"'i -TEE OF UNQUALIFIED ,4'
England, Germany and Russia, the .
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give you: your money's ;. :. ..' : :' QUALITY .
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latter as the great nation of raw ... / ';. ..
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worth." That's right, we products and the former two as the : l ..t. .
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do. It doesn't matter t manufacturing nations, combined with ,. -: >.' # .
whether in for the difficulty in securing raw ma- ; O' Y2-. "s.'+a+,* 'AS.cF.-p _. 1W... ..' ...
;you come a : :
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terials, there is a great problem in .. ; :.. :
Necktie that costs a dollar, .., :. I } ""i
disposing of goods already made and .. _.' .
or a Stratford or Society also of buying necessary foods from .}., ",,. :" Everything Men and Boys Wear ... -, > ".., .

Brand Suit that costs fifty I the Americas due to the low .purchasing ., & .''....,..., ,- ...". *
-you get your money's. power of the moneys of these *
worth. European .people. The majority of I <*

lives there, are narrow in comparisonto F *;
America, where the question is
whether or not profits can be made,
f in Europe it is whether or not enough w .

H1R ID1 w &; &1..S' food and clcthing can be available A.
"';' ;i i' ;' 'to prevent intense suffering. Those : Jacksonville, Corner Bay and Laura ;
who are suffering most are the mid- 9.

Jacksonville, Floida dIe class,*including the students, professors .....+....... ........'........ ... ............
1 smaller merchants and other
I salaried people. One of the most de-
of people living abnormal lives. away I sume no responsibility towards the I POSTER CARD EXHIBIT ON
the millions
I things is
Patronize 'Gator advertisers. pressive from home. This includes the 2,000- establishment of peace. I DISARMAMENT: : AT Y. :M.jC. A.
I 000 Russians scattered through other!I Dr Gossard also expressed the belief I _
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------------- countries, as well as many who have; that pne could not see normal I If every student of the University
1, Vi moved from their homes, due to the I times for some years to. come, due to I would go over to the Y. M. C.:: A. and
I transfer of their lands from one na- lour economic relationship with I see the card exhibit posted near the

THE 'GATOR CAFETERIA tion to another. I Europe. door his time would be well spent.
I i there Referring to the conditions of the I
.. In contrasting the conditions I These cards pfresent some of the
ir with America's much better condi- world, Mr. Rathenau said, "The worldis most forceful arguments in favor of

., tions, Mr.: Vanderlip said in Berlin,I a Siberia.* There may be, here world-wide disarmament that anyone
I 'f I '"That he wondered if Americans and there, a blade of grass, but dig could desire. The upper half of
I lI were to be the fat Philistines of to- .I to the roots and find that all is ice. the poster is occupied by a picture
day." "What the world needs is to while immediately beneath it are
% II III Dr. Gossard was especially inter i have the Ice melted and let again giVen statistics and facts bearing out

I fl':: *IN. THEIR. NEW QUARTERS-, *. ,- .*_t, ested in telling of the great suffering I the milk of human kindness flow." the need of disarmament. For instance -
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bring to
: e" in the student classes, includingthe i one poster shows that two
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I f:'" .e ,. : EAST HALF t J thousands of Russian t students i I students the views of the leaden I universities like the Columbia Uni-
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:- who are refugees in various centers. : of Europe. versity of New York, could be built
t : .. .. I
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: The college students of 26 countries with the.money required to constructone
It,f .. .."..,:cCOLLEGE""-.' ".- ...':INN J .....*.' ....""'."'. ... t will unite to raise $600,000 for the relief off Christmas but we are may already seem making a long way pic- modern battleship. As we are all
; work among their fellow students, interested in the outcome of the dis
tures to be used
I ; TIME as Christmas remem-
H! CAFETERIA STYLE DURING MEAL thereby expressing to them the fellowship brances. Vansickel's Studio, south armament conference it is to our
that will beget faith, hope I l side Gainesville, Fla. interest to see this exhibit and there-
square
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.. ii and encouragement in this most try- t by acquire a deeper realization of
t '
: > f ing time. i Dr. Farr-"Can you explain,why what is being undertaken in our cap-

, i. I Dr. Gossard laid great emphasis on 'I the Black Prince did not- succeed his itol city, and what the success or
SHORT ORDERS AT ALL, HOURS what he regarded as one of the great father, Edward III?" failure of this conference will mean
t crimes of the last three years. Am- Class (in unison-"No, sir!" to the world in general, to ourselves
erica expressed its willingness to reap Dr. Farr-"The Black Prince died as' individuals, and to our future I
1 all the fruits of the war and to as- first." prosperity. .
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; I' ;:' EDITORIAL DEPARTMENTs was compelled! to spend one entire

: Truman Green __.._..____..._...__m....00..__....__..,_"-" ..moo......._........-.......EditorinChiefPete day in selecting the winners and had THE HART! SCHAFFNER & MARX I

Harris .. _._..._.*..........._.................._ __ _. ___._._...--Managing:: EditorGlover to choose them on technical points of I* *
Miller ....__.........................m........__._J ._........Assistant Managing Editor make-up alone. I :It STYLES FOR FALL 1921 ,
Henry Fuller and :Murray: Cohen.__.._.__..._.;..r...._ .___---.......-.Athletic Editors To those who visited its building at '. {
r j Franklin West, Harrold Klock, Murray Cohen __............--......Reporters the 'fair the University must mean \ r
K. K. Hanson, Ed. Woodberry, ParmenUr.-Ozzy Bie, H. E. KnigHt much more now than it ever did beTHE' I -' I I \\0".

and R. W. Ray __..:..__....._.._.._.__.__......__..___.._._._.........--Contributors I f ore. t ARE NOW READY. :Nov.ivg. 1:

BUSINESS DEPARTMENT

Aleck White ......._.__......_____....._.___..-...-----..Business Manager, MORNING AFTER New colorings, new Fashion Ideas, new Fabrics. Prices are ?3v.
Horace Wilson ___-.-----.-.------.-.....Assistant Business Manager\ ..
(By Happy Liston) I on -third lower than. those. Fall, 1920. ,. 11.f 11. ;
i Entered as second-class matter, September 28, 1912, at the postoffice at, 'Twas a nice day in October, \ .1t!
Gainesville, Fla., under the Act of Ma rch 3d, 1879. f -'
Last September in July. t ( 1)e.as'D) .

Rate:-The Florida Alligator, $1.50 the year. The moon lay thick upon the ground,.It... .'- -,'
The mud shone in the sky. t r. I Deft)

COUNT FOR SOMETHINGHow :' tiafc

The flowers were singing sweetly and Fforsheim Shoes-built for College men--ask for'catalogs. I' apttjAmt
many men really count for something? How many men The birds'were in full bloom; I : I day
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are known by the fact that they stand solidly for something whichis I Then I went into the basement, ., I
right and for the good of humanity? I To sweep an upstairs room. -
This i is a question which every college man should ask him- I I s I I

self. "What do I stand for that means benefit. to my college and to The time was Tuesday morning, ) t .' 4. I It
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my -fellow-students? On Wednesday just at night; is
All the great achievements in the history of the world have I saw a thousand miles away, t '' -' -' snavtac
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.. been made by men who counted for something. .Every invention A/house just out of sight. < WOLF BROTHERS I *
discovery, reform, or law which has contributed to the advance- I I veairHI

ment of our civilization is the result of the efforts of a man or The walls projected backwards, I TAMPA, FLORIDA I The
of who counted for something who had an ideal and
group men vlna
The front was 'round in back; I
i stood for it against all .odds. i I
.It stood alone with two others; ItI It---------------
,. Many\ issues come up in college life which could be settled for The fence was whitewashed black.It ease
I the good of all concerned if more men stood for what is right and I I ek
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just. ate
was moonlight on the ocean, University unit is fortunate in having the majority of students to know
The Almighty Creator has a task for every man, a task which reel
no man can shirk and remain true to himself and to his maker. Not a star was in sight; Cap/ Amos as- their leader and in.. that in a very. short time a new'range rifle hue
"". Count for something. The sun was shinning brightly, structor.Major. is to be built on tie site cf
And it rained all .day that night. Van Fleet states that the the oid one. Those who have any ipei
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pr gress which the students have knowledge of what this means Till
SOPHOMORES. HOLD RATS in the first few minutes Qf the rush. been in work is realize what will to sIUS'1 1A
I It was summer in the winter making the military an asset it be
IN FIGHT FOR FLAG TUG OF WAR I The rain was. snowing fast; very] gratifying indeed. Having completed the unit and to the University. i '

The Rats won the Tug of War by A barefoot boy with shoes on practically all of the preliminary aiN
(Continued from One
Page ) pulling the Soph team across the Sat standing on the grass.It work, the Freshman class goest Proposition I: ; tt
counter wedge and the signal was line in 1 minute and 4 se ;n-is. It I the gallery next week. The Soph- {i

given. The Rats marked time and I' was quick work for the Rats for they was evening] and the rising sun I 01 ores are scheduled to start work Given: I love you. e

started slowly en masse to the tree i got the jump on the Sophs end jiilpd! Was setting in the night;' w th the automatic rifle. while the To prove: That you love me.

that supported the flag bearing the I to win from the first. l'hevl'.ats f And everything that I could see I J niors will take up machine gun Proof: I love you. es

Soph's insigna, the skull and cross- team was composed of the following: Was _hidden out of sight. pr ictice within the coming week. The All the world loves a lover. Alias

bones, with "Sophomores" written Cassena, Barnes, Flood, Did elr.de. While the organ grinder peeled potatoes I Se iors are devoting their energies 99.You.
Loeneoff, Boyd, Mathews, Rose, Harry to in the art of Prer
across the top. The wedge was brok : Attaining perfection are all the world to me.
j. en 1 by some good work of cutting and Norton. Lard was rendered by the choir; pistol firing. Some of the men whom ious statement. T

down by the Sophs and pandemonium! The Sophomore team was composedof j While the sexton rang the dishrag, the Major mentioned as making' ex- Hence: You love me. Q. E. D. ..df
I reigned arotjnd the tree with Rats I James, Pepper, Coe, Mathews, Someone set the church on fire. celIe\ t scores were: Hiatt, Ferguson n

everywhere trying to boost one of ;Clarke, Van Cleefe, Wolfe, Mussel- tevens, Morgan, Redmon and Boys, if you want some real l nice ,

their number to the flag, and Sophs I white, Wilson and Albritton.U. "Holy Smoke," the preacher shouted Curtis pictures made go to Vansickel's Studio 1
everywhere pulling them down, Mr. I;; I In the rain he lost his hair; Perhfcps it will be of interest tc south side square. Special prices 1F.

Jones, president of the Freshman I OF F. EXHIBIT ATFLORIDA I Now his head resembles heaven, -

t,( class got his -hand within 3 inches STATE FAIR I For there is no parting there. ...z I ::,j. .,':r. :: .. .;'!, (i- ..
; '1 of the flag once but was hauled down .
i flagkss.: When the 5-minute period (Continued from Page One) CAPTAIN LOUIS W. AMOS L/ '

: was up the ground was strewn,with to every town and county in the ADDED TO R. O. T. C. STAFF H.. Come in and see the new line of goods just received at
some sick, some dizzy and some state. To those visitors at the fair
clothed a la natural with never a who had never seen their state institution +I The R. O. T. C. unit of the University the .Book Store-Belts, Rings, and Stationery.I .
Rat in the it must have been a revela- has
reach of flag. At the end recently received a very
I' of the following 3-minute period the tion. I welcome addition to its staff in the I

I skull and crossbones was still flyingon The men of the Engineering College I I.person of Captain Louis W. Amos, i

high in spite of the desperate worked hard with their exhibits from :i formerly of Company D, Fifth Division f
fight put up for its downfall. the mechanical, electrical and chem i American Expeditionary Forces.

The Sophs were outnumber -.l J tt: ical engineering departments. The I Not only has Capt. Amos seen service THE UNIVERSITY BOOK STORE
put:: up a wonderful fight, winning\ the Law College never failed to create overseas but he has also spent

day by breaking the invincible wedge interest with the moot court held four years! in R. O. T. C. work at 1 1i
twice daily before a jury picked from other places. Company D Of the -.'r&I i s
fair visitors. Teachers College presented
I new features in education, and -- -
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LYRIC THEATER, Inc.Monday each department of the College of

I Agriculture and of the Experiment .
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Station was represented.The .
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ex-service men installed radio .l
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Billie Burke in I J ';3 -;' CANDY! CANDY '
I outfit d gave the public an oppor- CANDY! .'
EDUCATION OF ELIZI- I tunit /to I _
hear
the human voice and J '_ ',
CALL AT
BETH band music over the wireless tele- I -. : ... ;
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Tuesday phone from as far away as Pitts- "

,, Paramount burg, Pa. The Mississippi-Florida
i INSIDE THE CUP footbal{ game was reported play byplay
t i I! from the radio station at the MILLER'S-:7

{ Thursday I //enginq ring building. The high I :
Viola Dana In quality' of the work by the exservicemen .
THERE ARE NO VIL- I especially their machine shop jJ

; LIANS > I exhibits, was a surprise to all who i if you want to see something tasty and classy-we have, it. _
saw it.The.
""Friday I J x :NUNNALLY'S-WHITMAN'S-HYLER'S '
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newspaper contest put on by ,
Paramount
I MID-SUMMER MADNESS :the general extension division to focus '-;., CROWN ORIGINAL LOG CABIN i ,0,
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public attention on the importance ,
of newspapers to the community and ',;-,:, We have also just added Fuerst and Kramer's of New Orleans :, :
a I
Saturday- state brought out the statement from .y CHOCOLATE COCKTAILS:1 :

AFTER MIDNIGHT I Prof. Bristow Adams, head of the CHERRIES IN LIQUEUR -
journalistic, department at Cornell, ;tl
that Florida are far
newspapers
Continuous Show-3:30 to .
11:00"I above the average of newspapers for I r ",
the country. The competition among I
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SOCIAL CALANDERtor script dances will be given practically I '< ; ,,

; ---- every Saturday night at the We. I =.-, 'i '

: 4)'._Serpent Dance, Elksf' t"ub..ov }man's club, beginning on the evening ,T ;
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23.-A. F. &, Annual ThanklsDance of November the twenty-sixth.. V .

Woman's club $19.50 '
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'pt. 26.-Script Dance, Woman's DINNER PARTY ; .

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,b The Alpha Omega chapter of the .
pk. 3.-K. A. Rat Dance, Woman's Alpha Tan Omega Fraternity were : "

ill l the guests o f Mrs. A. T. Guy at a ,
16.-T. K. A. Annual Christ- dinner party given last Sunday evening .
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:Dance, Woman's club. I at her home on West Universityavenue. The'Price Means Little
5e ita! Rho Fraternity announces ; I

informal dance to be given in their t Good eats a d'speech making were _

jpter, rooms, on the evening of the predominating features and at

day, Dec. 9th. the close all offered their appreciationand I. It's the Quality That Counts ,

r I assured Mrs., Guy of a delightful Y
SIGMA NU DANCE time. I "
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mong the delightful- social func- I!'THE PHILHARMONIC SOCIETY i 50 suits'of Hart ScKaffner and Marx: Clothing will be .

IS! taking place during the fall GIVES INTERESTING CONCERT I sold at $19.50 during Anthony's Department Sale.
the
mwas a dance given by Epsilon

.>g Chapter of Sigma Nu last Friday The Philharmonic society of Gainesville Every one guaranteed. Get yours early '
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''mrg at the Elk's club. held their program in the gymnasium I .
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The ball room was a picture of i I j jImess i I of the U. of F. Tuesday

as it was a mass of ferns I ing. The University boys even-I : .. t.,,

j moSS, reminding one of the fall.ason. i the program and the town it : ":'> .. > ,
Especially attractive were ', .
fellows enjoyed a very sociable even- -:
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overhead decorations. In the ,. ,1;.", '.,'
tter of the ceiling were the hugeeek I ing.The mandolin club, the orchestra, .

fraternity letters made of moss and the soloists of the university pre- I i BUILDING' "7:2-: : ::

Jc each end was a velvety green I' sented some of their best talent for i HILL .
of ferns. The side walls : '
rpet were the approval of the society. \ I-f..
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tered, with evergreen and numer- First on the program was the or. .

s pennants. I chestra. They played the Coronation :'

4 very enjoyable program of dance march.. Tony Regero sang "My n -.:: ..-: -4. ;: ;. : d..i. -" "' ,-;:: M!!' '"f
sic rendered by Bob Swanson's I Desire."
: was This solo was very much
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iversity Jazz Orchestra. I appreciated by all and the applause AG. CLUB MEETINGThe ''in the Ag. Club of this year over the The rat debate with the Engineer
Hie guests of the evening were'the was hearty. The mandolin club followed -
t \ I clubs of past years. He next pointedout was discussed and Walker, Simmoax .
irida-Mississippi football teams, with several selections.
popular
I I Ag. Club held a very success- in an impressive way the importance and Sweeney were appointed a committee -
local society contingent and num- The orchestra rendition
the
of "Pique ful meeting in the Ag. Building on to the college man of choosinghis to choose a team from the
us visiting ladies and Dame .Overture" I
young gen- was a near approach
Monday evening. Mr. Tillman, the life work early that he may have
men. to the best of art in this field. Mr. rats.The
I new president, was in the, chair. t a goal in view and may work toward remainder of the evening was
Lohmyer played "Valse-Bluette"
on "Celery Growing at Sanford" was it. "Let us not merely drift along: given over to an instructive and snap-
SCRIPT DANCE his violin. I
I the topic which Mr. F. M. Russel i thru our college years, but let us py parliamentary drill, after which'.*. .
The mandolin trio
K "The Syncopated which would indi- (know where we are heading," was motion for adjournment was carried.
The handled in a way
| younger society set and week- Three" rendered some popular
Id visitors were ,entertained with afipt !music, makingthe cate the speaker to be familiar with the point brought out so well.
1 program completely Mr. H. S. Wilson turned the sub- FARR LITERARY SOCIETYThe
dance given at the Elks club balanced in his subject.Dr.
j I every way. i iI ject from agriculture to international f
|t Saturday evening.t Fruit Sheely made a most excellent
j I punch was served after the politics with "A Report on the Washington regular meeting of Farr L3t i
was a Gator enterprise and will all speech in which he '
program and voted a extemporaneous
very enjoy I' "
t Conference. He presented in last Monday night was called to order
fctinue throughout the year, as able evening. commended the marked improvement
I j j a comprehensive manner the excessive by President King promptly at 7:08 V

-- -- I cost of present day wars, and showedthe p. m. \The secretary called the ron;

., ., -- :i--- -.-- .. .. ... -- -- -- -- ( problems before the conference. and the minutes of the last meeting, E
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i were the hope of the world forth I feature of the meeting was a*,

[ abolition of war. i old-fashioned spelling match,with the

| In the business session the committee words from a genuine blue-backel, tr,
I on the Georgia debate was em- spelling book. -

powered to select the subjects and The president appointedW., S. MI3-
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in Jacksonville
When '
E side for debate and arrange further dleton and K. K.'Hansen captains, X

l i 1 G: :: l\lake- I details directly with Georgia. I choose up teams, and the "fun began. .;
f' < Buck Carlton announced the open- I It was agreed that the match tad

/ .r >' I ing of intercollege basketball for the I at 8:00: and that the side having the

FURCHGOTT'S : I lAgS on Nov. 29 Alec White was most men up at that time was the '

elected basketball manager.Mr. I winning side. Ii
MEN'S STORE .': : .I Chatham was elected temporary I i By the time the president, who was V

/ t ,: {i member of the debating council during -I givng out the words, had reached indivisibility -
-- I the absence of Mr. C. L. Walker. I obloquy, and incommensurability

'J.4,, Your Headquarters I I r Buck Carlton gave notice of the I i the ranks had thinned vis E
i i final Ag-Lawyer football game on ibly. The ,star on Middleton's team

.i"' t If you can't come write us j I Friday afternoon and asked for practice 1 i was Webster, and on Hansen's team.
I during the week by the team. R. Bowen and Glover Miller. At five
and we will fill your wants
Mr. Emory Land and Mr. Norton I minutes to eight Glover :Miller spelled -
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: were elected members of the Ag Club. down Webster on "acerbity '

The Store Aceommodatinglr 9 After the Critic's report the meet- .bringing vctory to his team.
ing I i adjourned to run the new officers It was announced that the tryouts -

'i' |thru the "belt" line.PEABODY. for the rat debate with the Ag club

rr 1 I II would be held next Monday night, on
CLUB; d. the subject "Resolved: That. Ireland
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the heart_ of Jacksonville' I I, I I,i Should be Granted Her Independence. -
\ f Peabody club held its regular meeting I ." All Farr Lit rats are expected

I- !i Monday: night, November 21, I I to prepare one side of this debate.

i President OTJryant presiding. !i for the tryout. V

:'" !' Owing to the absence of H. G. !i Since there was no business t.

'Johnson, the scheduled debate was !I transact, a motion for adjournment V
,- |postponed till next Monday evening. was carried. .
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i QUALITYSERVICEBaird "Soccer football is a game which For showQ'ALIU

calls for courage, brains, alertness,

speed, and endurance. To play well .
Hardware Co. f one need not necessarily be the big

;man that a football player should be.
In fact, the lighter man who can / HAT'S OUR IDEA in making

k i I think and move quickly makes the JL
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S H 0E 'Si and look at the
Camels
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i develope interest here at Florida. It's the best packing science has devised to keep

H B. M. TENCH H Soccer is -a popular and a big sportat
I many of the large northeastern ; I cigarettes fresh and full flavored for your taste.

0 Gainesville, 0 I universities. Heavy paper outside-secure foil wrapping inside

i Soccer is played on a regulation and the revenue stamp over the end to seal the pack
football-field. A team is composed of
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one center forward, two forwards, 2 ,; age and keep it air-tight. .

wing men, three half backs, two full '
S HOE S backs, and one goal tender. The goalsare t' And note this! There's nothing flashy about the

.i..;. eight feet high, eight yards wide, Camel package. No extra wrappings that do not
and located in the center of the end
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t f 1 (counting one point is made when the that must come out of the quality of the tobacco.

I : NORAH t ball goes under the cross bar and

I between the end posts. The goal 1 Camels wonderful and exclusive Quality wins on

f Art and Gift Shop keeper has a space twenty yards
long and extending out six yards merit alone. ,
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use his hands to prevent a score by Because, men smoke Camels who want the

I J. W. M'COLLUM & CO. 1 the opposing side. No other playeris taste and fragrance of the finest tobaccos, expertly
j allowed to use his hands on the
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i Liggetts and Norris Candies retty aftertaste.
[i field is a flag, five feet high, which
Gainesville Fla. t
I works the corner-kick which
space, I ._:,w Camels are made for men who think for them
I I is in the form of a triangle, one yardon

.. DR. TENCH a side, with the corner of the fieldas r selves. .. '''' .
C :'
an angle of this triangle. A corner b
: Dentist ----
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r Office Graham Building I kick is made by the agressor 01I #
offensive side out onto the field when 4
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; Office Phone
I : Res. Phone: I
f ; .358-J 369-J j I the defensive side has kicked the ball j/
I .:across their own goal line. The side

_-______ +Ii j lines and end lines of the field are
NIX C CcIcB
W. S. DORSEY & CO. I J called touch lines, hence the ball is RNDcsI 'DOMES1TCi

f Ii said to be "intouch" when it crosses
I Everything, in Groceries
,I the touch lines. The opposite side t
t For Goodness Sake Drink f from the one which caused the ball togo I

I 4 DORSET'S DELIGHT COFFEE 4 in touch, throws the ball on the

.*..V ... .., _* _. _4, field with' arms over head, 'and heels
,
Ntogether.I The penalty kick mark is

BODIFORD located eighteen yards from the goal
i. J. S. R. J_ REYNOLDS TOBACCO
COMPANY
: line and the opposing side is end to- Wimton-Sal I N. C,

I J and a free kick from the penalty mark, I i

I COMPANYDruggists j I after certain fouls such as pushing, .
.
!{tripping, blocking, etc. I =4
t
f. : Phone 32f j The forwards are the players who wards get the'ball thru his full backs. I case of a tie the play-off will come on I been only by a field goal. It 5FPo'

I I .... --- --- '" I take care of the scoring end of the He use is the his only hands.man on, te field allowedto j'' the night of Dec. 14. The schedule is I in the third game that the Law J

game and their work calls for team as.follows:. were getting stronger all the
t I f 4 Everything Elcetrical't t play, quick thinking, speed and en-J A soccer player's uniform consists 'Tuesday, Nov. 27, while the Ags were weakening- I

S ; I' JOS. J. SEYKORA "durance. The half backs are similarto "of a jersey, a pair of running pants,II Arfts & Science vs. Teachers.: day afternoon will telf the tale ,
f and football shoes. .
the forwards except that they may Ags vs. Engineers. the winner will decide the iIf
f Phone 107 Gainesville, Fla. t not pass the center line. The fullbacks The intercollege schedule for soccer I December 2nd college championship? with Artl1>

\ !-.-_ are the defensive players and begins on December 'first and runs ,I Arts & Science vs. Ags. Science on November 28th. I II
.... ._ thru till December 10th, the date of j I Engineers : -
-- --- are restricted to a playing area of 1 I I vs. Lawyers. The interclass football st
the
I I See "j I Ii about one third of the field. They .finals. The interclass games (.December 6th ,. which has been changed Sri a 1
come immediately I
after
i Yidal Drug Company may not pass into the territory of 12th on December j Teachers vs. Lawyers. '. ..Jt' original dates, is now as folk5:
and
J the December 13th, with a day j Arts & Science '
half backs. The position of the i vs. Engineers. Seniors vs. Juniors, Nov. 30. t
i I For Drugs, Stationery, Toilet of rest before the finals December15th. December '
i on I 9th ,
goal keeper is the most important ,on Freshmen vs. Sophomores, Jet.)
j I Souvenir Articles, Candies f I the team for it is up to him to slop Definite announcement will be I Arts & Science vs. Lawyers. Finals, Dec. 5. !
Cards made later
Waterman Pens I of the i
I -.. the scoring, when the opposing for- ; opposing tams on December 12thTeachers
the dates of each of these schedules. !
i
vs. Engineers.Ags .
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Dr.Ianchester Dr. EnwaId is teaching the :*
took a team of vs. Lawyers.
odists Baraca Class. Come and*
players from the
------------------l Practice High School
j him.
I I up to Live Oak to play Live Oak High AGS. AND LAWYERS TO I
Bedding Pillow r
:, Cases School on
I Thursday, Thanksgiving :
FIGHT IT OUT TO A :FINISH DICK STANLEY RECOVEBf]

I Sheets, Blankets t in Day.earnest After that soccer will begin I _- 1 j
at the
University. All The Ags and Lawyers will aai*
i : men who stage I Reports of our good friend
are interested
.1 I in playing the final number of *
their ficient I
I in the intercollege I weekly football manager, Dick
RIBBONS-RIBBON NOVELTIES or interclass games I football entertainments Fleming I. ky, a*
I say that he is improving
are
I to
MADE\ urged report on the field fot Field
TO
SPECIAL. ORDER I practice. I Friday afternoon. Three times hospital in Jacksonville. DK* *
1 t have these teams from the two colleges burned by gasoline a few days *

I I We I battled to scoreress ties. In and his condition *&
.1 Keep Everything for Your Roomer BASKETBALL SEASON OPENS this final was pretty '
I game they will play on till for a while. He will not be a!*
J Intercollege one side or the other scores. Buck get back to the university until
: basketball opens on Carlton and his farmers are out to Christmas at"*
;1 \ t the and his work with
evening of Tuesday, Nov. 29th, plow :right
thru the tors asJitJI'
Lawyers and will
be
: missed. The
[ : ) Quali 11i I t at play 7 p.the m.Teachers, when Arts in & Science will end the question of superiority de managers are doing their best t tf*
the first
1 $ ices f. and the Ags and Engineers will game have cisively."We tied 'em Buck twice is reported and beat as'em saying once., ball ry on team the work and of managing succeeding they J'.
it out in are .
.i L AINESVILLEFLORIDA t following.a second The game immediately Let's get 'em Friday. The Lawyerson very efficient manner, but never

--.. ... .... ... t I year will be awarded championship on this the other hand claim the Ags J less Dick's watchful manner J
y I the percentage of were lucky not to have been beaten up shrewd business methods are
v number of games won, and in in the last game, though it would have greatly missed.




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SECRETARY
1 Gainesville Electrical Supply. Co. WHITE I II I 1 t

FLASHLIGHTS LAMP SHADES I ON. CAMPAIGN FOR I UNIVERSITY MEN ;II t t II

-.- I NEWT BUILDING I Who patronize the White House Dining Room have the satisfaction .1

When you need anything electrical drop in and see us .I of knowing they will enjoy the finest service and 'J

--:..-.-:- Secretary White of the Y. M. C. A.t i I most delicious food obtainable. Table d'Hote Meals, $1.00. ,
has just returned. from Jacksonville I
512 EAST MAIN STREET. : TELEPHONE 122 where he has been fcr the past few I II For reservations and arrangements concerning dinner parties t
I days in the interest of the Y. M. C. A.
, I Building Fund Campaign. While in I banquets, receptions, balls, weddings. or fraternity t

"I'' -.. ..... --. ------- ,that city he presented the matter to I conferences, please' see the Manager. t '
I the State Executive Committee of

DROP IN t tI t. the Y. M. C. A. and received from I 2.Y..95.j i1
, them assurances of their approvaland
support of the campaign in every '
I I OTTO F STOCK !
(. I II way. The matter has also been laid
before the State Senate but with I
I TAILOR 1 what results we have not yet heard. I THE WHITE HOUSE DINING ROOMGAINESVILLE'S ]
I Mr. White is putting forth every effort i iI

,I. Alteration Cleaning Pressing I II j I towards launching the campaign building on. I SOCIAL CENTER tt
1922. The
January 1 proposed
Phone 354 Gainesville. Florida is going to be one of the greatest t I .;;,
I assets of the University. The workis t ,
.,.... ..,. .- - --- already under way, the proposed ...i.- -. -iMi.ii- r
.................. plans for the building having been
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.- turned over, to Dr. Murphree, who r..................... ......+
will send them to the state architect! 4t
1: immediately. In order to give an idea I : Let your next Suit be aFASHION
: GAINESVILLE FURNITURE COMPANY of whSt the new structure will be .

0 like we are transcribing a copy of I : : ,
PARK
: Victrolas and Records : the original plans below: .5.'.. 4' !
Proposed plan of Y. M. C. A. Ih
: I Building at the University of Flor- *. ... OR :
fI ida, Gainesville, Florida. Building to
$D.R. Cox, Proprietor- : : : Telephone 86 cost $100,000. Equipment ": FITFORM :
$25,000.1
.' Endowment $25,000. f
o The basement to be built above -
........ ....................... ground, so far as possible, in orderto -'r: SOLE AGENTS :

.......... +O................... prevent dampness or flooding. In j PHIFER BROS. DEPT. STORE :.
the basement would be boiler and fuel
I rooms, a large shower room and toilets -,
$ AMERICAN SHOE REPAIR COMPANY t( and sufficient space for three :0 Gainesville, Florida t

bowling alleys, with two or three .
I i' AND SHINE PARLOR I I small rooms that might be used for +
Turkish baths, shaving parlors, etc. ...............................C
Louis' Eliades, Proprietor : The first floor, to have a large

:.115 W. MAIN STREET, N. PHONE 139 : lobby, in this lobby to be a service SPORTING GOODS
counter, telephones, etc. General
: N. D. Cooper, Agent; Room 13, Buckman 4I secretary's offices assistant general Football Baseball

t........... ................... secretary's office, cabinet to accommodate room ad Hardware of all Kinds ,
-- joining large enough 1 .
I twenty or thirty men. Six small See Us j
GAINESVILLE CAFETERIA t studies for student pastors. There
I should be a large game room, large THE THOMAS COMPANYPhone
I Across from A. C. L. Dc ot' I music room, library and parlor for I< 22
r the reception of friends. I WEST SIDE OF SQUARE
I We make it a point to satisfy; our customers. Our prices are It The second floor,. should have a I
exceptionally reasonable. small lobby room for ladies, toilets,
I I showers and tubs for ladies. Committee -
I
I $5 Meal Tickets for $3.90 1 I rooms and auditorium to seat UNIVERSITY MEN ALWAYS WELCOME AT
t 400 with staging. I I
:t" I f The third floor, space not used for ;'
COME IN AND SEE FOR YOURSELF. auditorium to be dormitory with mod McDOWALL'SICE

_ _ 4II & ern conveniences.A CREMI.
.... the front] !
screened porch on
-- ---- large .
I' of building. Just back of building, PARLOR :
; accessable .to the Gym and the Y. M.: 1

IIF SIR WALTER RALEIGH WERE LIVING t tI. C. A., a large swimming pool not :MAKE YOURSELVES AT HOME
less than 40x80 feet enclosed with J
I TODAY I glass covering.The Agency Hollingsworth's Unusual Candies .=
I. Y. M. C. A. Building should
0 have its own water supply from wells. ...;:; ;:-- ':- .t .- 4 --- -':- ':t
1 I He'd hesitate a long time before throwing down an OverI :

I coat, guaranteed virgin wool. From $20.00 to $38.50, that's Christmas may seem a long way .
I I all, and they've got too much value, to be turned down. off but we are already making pictures Glasses Fitted 3 '
to be used as Christmas remftnbrances. -
I
.; Vansickel's Studio
I Eyes TestedTHE e' IJ
t HUFF SED t tI south side square, Gainesville, Fla.

I t He had been fishing, but had had
bad luck. On his way home he en- Broken-lenses duplicated.in one hour'stime : ; J
1 BURNETT THE CLOTfflER tered a fishmonger's shop and saidto
the dealer: "John, stand over
I, ;, there and throw me five of the biggest C. H. COLES & SON

..-_ of those trout." .
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"Throw 'em? ,What for? asked
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the dialer in amazement. ,
COODY'S CAFETERIAand "I want to tell the family I caught'em. #
ST. PATRICK'S CATHOLIC CHURCHf f
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I may be a poor fisherman, but
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I'm no liar. Tit Bits. '
DINING ROOMGAINESVILLE I ,,'.': East Main Street, North t tI
Join your fellow students at the SA.e
FLORIDA Methodist Baraca Class on Sunday I Rev. John Conoler: S. T. L., Rector. Telephone 629 -tI t f fM
Invites! you to take :your meals with them while in the city. mornings. I :t tI .
Strictly American all home cooking. A variety of foods .Sundays-HoI Mass and Sermon, 10:30 a. m.; evening .y_
served all hours of day until 12 p. m. Prices cheap as any When is the best time to kiss? I I sei4ices. 7:45 p. m. -
Place. When you get a chance. ', .1 yi
Weekdays-Holy Mass, 7:00-a. m.
108 East Main Street Where is the best place to kiss? Il' &
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rAGE EIGHT THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR
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J :a __ _4 I now attending Duval the other a

ki i "i J' former Duval girl at Tallahassee. A \ ., '
t made ,
great many nominations'were
t t I and considerable discussion ensued. I 'J / I
the Duval
t Miss Janie Roebuck was '
1 girl chosen, and Miss Alice Tucker <\\11//\ ,

I 4 J 1 THE, STYiAES1' the ladies girl will at Tallahassee.be asked to These give young their --:' ,::::-" How Do Hot Things

4 I pictures to be put on the club's page \ ,
'-H I
t"I .j in the Seminole.The / / / \ \ "
; At t /
il} basketball team I
subject of a
\- ,I. \ blacksmith draws white-hot
bar
,
t fran
was brought up and Arthur Spllee : ,
h I 'THE It begins at once to cool. How
: I elected manager, and Sam Flood cap does it

t; BAILEY'SEmanate tain.It. -- \ '. : t was decided to send a letter of ,h1; "' V 'f ;- the sun; but some is carried away by the surrounding 3 Yd.

I I!: 0 condolence to Dick Stanley, who( is II 4 : V Now suppose the bar to be only one-half the diaiae
!
suffering recent accident. ,
from careful from
a -
a
: A
I V V- V in that case it loses heat only half as fast. Smaller bars
At the suggestion of president
t survey of college styles Vf Sollee the club decided to march in : '' :'i. ": ,- in proportion. It would seem that this proportion .

throughout the'country.. I f ,:._. {r" -- hold however much the scale is reduced. But
f i a body in the Florida parade in Jacksonville \\t ; does 1V t
.. on December 3rd. ,,- :' .. Y 'of:. '. Does a fine glowing wire lose ,heat in proportion
: tot
': .1SUITS :< : 4 j; After' considerable miscellaneous .. ,; :' diminished size? '

business matters had been discussed, ':, 1-:1.:'>' '-i; ..,.
I t OVERCOATS, ; .- : '#
!-,>J|. t the meeting was adjourned. ;' The Research Laboratories of the General 111i

t! RAINCOATS t ,f t. '\; :. -:,.' ., .:', Company began a purely scientific investigation

I MANATEE COUNTY CLUB j .'J ;> .. w ascertain just how fast a glowing wire loses heat It)
t .. /found that for small bodies the old
V
,,.HATS and CAPS ': .' '' ; simple law.did f .
t t Off'N' \rember'15fhthe men.Z' ,- ,' V .hold at all. A hot wire .010 in. diameter dissipates Elt
'*" ,,* "r +c Manatte county organized the. 'Ma3b-- ,.
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t tSHIRTS f -f'" 'J..: :- only about 12 per cent more rapidly than a wire .005 i
atee County club. This is the flif t '. ,' .. 1
r" : .fi'W '. 5' ? ?1, .- "
f UNDERWEAR t Ir I time there, has ever been a club from < diameter instead of twice as fast as might be expects: !

I this county as the number of men, ,' L'a. : >.. .5: The new fact does not appear very important, yeti

-.HOSIERY ,. t I has .been very small heretofore. I V- : -:: i:" : :. :: ': helped bring about a revolution in lighting.
.
i .
; The meeting was called to order by '
< iI I Lloyd Stewart, acting chairman. Of-J J' V : V .: It had been found that a heated filament in vacma

It ''i'if ficers were elected and the remainderof I i.evaporated like water and that this evaporation could 1 I.

I the evening' was spent in makftg' ,; retarded by introducing an inert gas such as nitrogeaa wim
f Best Values in the State t plans for the future of the club. ":, V ::'" argon. But it had long been known that the presence! a
Membership is as follows: Messrs. V ..' in the f
incandescent
ordinary
I' gas lamp caused so mad
/ Loyd: Stewart, president \V. ft. Keen, ft
t ; V t
: .
I : > heat to be carried from the filament. that the lainpws
I If vice-president
Mitchel
; ; Alderman, H. : V a:
,I I JC.I Stansfield, Donald Hubbard, Rex ',.t; made useless. The new understanding of the laws of heat

I BAILEY I Ir I It I Dettre, R. C. Tumble, Milton Wyatt, I '>-s.; from wires, however, pointed out a way of avoiding the a

I and. Roland Miller. ;" l*' './ < supposed necessity of a vacuum. t'
The t I -; ..
Clothier
'
t : i Do sleeping in the afternoons ,-, '' '_ By forming the fine tungsten filament into a helix tit a
t your 1 Il
F t Franklin St., cor. Twiggs Come to Sunday school in the morn- < V,T'< heat loss was made much less prominent. Th E l It

5 t ing. : .;:: 'j! .. radiated is then about the same as if the wire wen r

t; .TAMPA\ FLORIDA I ',' 2;" if. V stretched out, but the heat loss through the gas is vq l ,

I ,.A, EDGAR WARREN TO SUE < .,,':,$\ c.. much less. So the tightly coiled filament was put into tin

: / c t OZZY BIE ,:. ': ;; ; gas-filled bulb-and a new lamp was created. At tbco

: f fa ,, .. same cost it
j.4" and
t After last week's malicious attack ," ., :.t gave more better light;

t by Ozzy Bie of the Gators against <;< ;;; ': Thus pure research, conducted primarily to find cat
.
,
.- the vast dignity and infiniti imal integrity ,' ,. i'- V:- "'.;',, how hot things cool, led to the invention of the gas-fflW
of Edgar Warren, the eminent ; lamp of today-the
iDUVAL CLUB MEETS cheapest, most .efficient illuminaat
attorney has decided ,to retaliate, and :F=- ::> V thus far produced.
t ,. to this end plans to bring a suit of ." ., : .
J The Duval County club held a I libel against him. \ l Sooner or later research in pure science enriches tic

jweting Tuesday night, Nov. 22. A Bie in article : world with
Ozzy an published by 'i". ,. discoveries that can. be practically appfiei!
..
I large number of members; was present the "Gator" openly accused Warrejj '. : : ;: : ; For this reason the Research Laboratories devote nraeh !

I i The chief topic of the evenings of "snooping about the bookstore ," '. :" : : =' time to the study of '
purely scientific
., the choosing! of.sponsors for the j thus holding this worthy and venera- : ,, : ; problems.

; sfek One of these was to be a girl |I ted young man up to the irony and '
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tri
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\ :SESSffif SHffiraS' ffiraS !fi : : .' : ;'V. .
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|j .f'' .....CeDeia\' ....O. <"' CO"".","..jany en c ..N.J.
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I |..* HOW* ABOUT'GQING. TO SUNDAY | .- -- '. -
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I 1 I SCHOOL?-WHY NOT COME OUT? S:fi!' banter of the sordid masses. Not the article is a base> and diabolical favored-the'audience' with a ft*

i Content with this disgraceful assertion plot to discredit his spotless character } vaudeville stunts. The meeting "
\ |! he even went so far as to fix upon in the eyes of his friends. The, (adjourned to allow the members *
S The Baraca'Glass of thoBaptiit ChurclfnftQds j u Suns I( Warren the abominable cognomenof students who' have known Warren for t! the Monday Night Poker club ft*

\ day morning at 9:45. Prof. Rogers is a "live wire." Every- !jjj R : "Bookstore Eddie"* and to relate some time openly and indignantlyrepudiate I{sway

i !fi; body invited to attend. !iniS : how the attorney visited the said the statement of the article i ,. '. "" I
;
tiV ,, place four times a day without purchasing and are said to be willing to i! FREE. RIDEV
I !:Ii t thus causing injury to his back V the attorney to the limit of 1;
1. raffiHWSffiSSffiffiffiffi. !!i !.: !: !: !: i! : !fi$! !hYti;! !fi !fiIji !:ifi! t dignity. It is believed that behind their resources. % ; The ""Baraca'Special" l leaves It,

---..- That Warren should "snoop" they/':corner of Buckman Hall: about 1 tJJ
claim is decidedly a false statement. Sunday mornings. .

I The infamous insinuaticn that the at '
: Mr. Marable, the widely popall
: II. torney's.. visits to laid place in ques- j
I tion !j photographer for the Seminole, g$
contained ulterior
"
\ any motive is i
I I out in the pres (
I an insult and a shameful exaggera an interview that
t tion. I Sophomore class is the best looJdJlf

r' a r that he has seen in years. He 5d44
then approached by reporters the! however, that he would not vouch 'f
THE" :BON TON attorney expressed' deep regret that the Sophomore's good ?locks affe{
; : he should be obliged to take such a' Flag Rush, and also advised all

drastic step in defense of his honor, to procure their likenesses bef I(
.. a I but firmly asserted that he was fully. !
.
/I Thanksgiving to avoid disap
I 1}determined to fight it '
through thloper e
.. meat. ;
.
_I "iJ:! et Me There' 4 channels to the limit.,
en04
!! *i: V : 1 : .'..! '; F Section Thomas I Charley Boyd has recovered (.
indulged in
: =s. afiw 1 of his ravished beauty, mostly fc
1
X \ ',". V .sI _. ; boxing matches last Monday to :
O
"' keep the hun
l : cows from taking
I ,
::: : I ... ,,:; $$ght. No admission was eharged; t i a cabbage again. _V !
Agents for, the Martha\ all tie old men got in free, and the ::
". > :, .. "':,- Washington. and Johnston Candies _, rats worked their in.
way Between
i Rat Warren
: V claims that when
L rounds the notorious
roommates, : use a barrel! in lieu of pants,
Shorty Gunn
and Benny Jennings,
knees
i are liable to get skinned ?



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