The Florida alligator
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028291/00341
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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: December 2, 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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System ID: UF00028291:00341
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Preceded by: Orange and blue
Succeeded by: Independent Florida alligator

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tb.t I Prove too Much for Opponents BUDGET COM. HOLDS largest crowd that has ever ALL STAR ELEVEN ; Played a Tie Game With Se

in Inter-Cojlegiate witnessed football contest in the I II wanee High on Thanksgiving;
a Football Series- Tied Ags. 3 REGULAR MONTHLY I state of Florida is expected to wit BYWALTERCAMl! f-fI fI I Day-Will be Major Sport in '

:k Tines and Finally Won in Extra ness the game Saturday in Jacksonville I Florida Now.Florida's .

Period of 4th Game. : between the University of Flor
I BUSINESS SESSIONStudent PUS WILL PLAY first scccer football team
I North Car I
ida and the University of played its initial game with Suwanee ,
After battling for three games ; I olina. Letters are being received in I II I I
high school at Live Oak Thanks-
4l:1I vithoot! either Waterloo side scoring at the hands the Aga oftfce ; Finance Reports Taken !Jax daily demanding tickets and I Mr. Walter Campus Alias Synonymous giving Day, the score resulting in a
( net parking space from people all over Picks Greatest Foot-I 2-2 tie. Governor Hardee of Florida }
of the
the at Regular
eleven by
Law college I up the state, in southern Georgia and
cl stanza of the University Budget Committee. ball Team Seen at the U. was an enthusiastic spectator and
14-0<< in an extra even from North Carolina. The ex I
I declared after the game to the Su-
fourth game on Fleming field Friday I' ecutive committee is busy preparing
1 I Realizing the great responsibilityplaced wanee coach that it was the most
afte coon. additional facilities for handling the
1t t I The regular monthly meeting of I upon me in allowing me to exciting contest he had ever seen.
started it was crowd.
1te Before the game I the Budget Committee was held in ,pick the official all-American eleven, The game was exceedingly fast and
: agreed by the authorities that if nei- From all reports heard from Jacksonville
it behooves me to
Professor Black's room in Science say spectacular plays were pulled off
ther side scored during the game that Hall on Tuesday evening, November it is overflowing with en;; 'much thought and deliberation and every other minute by the Gators
intermission of ten minutes would .. thusiasm. The advertisement and I
u heart'at all .
i with to
:e 29th. Professor Reed and student imparciality my i and the Suwanee boys. The high
. le wowed after wh h additionaltea working up of interest which was ex I sincere that\I
j times and with regret
.. members Scott and Hoskins were, I school players did very well though
... minute quarters would be played I President Bivens occupiedthe pected to be difficult for that cityis f can not place all the applicants ,*n I II they were outweighed an average of
wail side the other won. It present. the easiest part of the
" one or proving I
chair. the mythical eyeven, as it were.I. ,., ten pounds by the Gators. The ad-
1 vu in the first of these extra stanzas I I work. Every man, woman and childin I I have done my best to select the mQSt vantage in experience lay with the

that the lawyers made their two The minutes of the previous regular the Metropolis is keen for the fray offensive team in the world. Live Oak team, for their coach wa
.. touchdowns and meeting and of two special meet- and besides the vast number from
.. goals. I As the days have passed, the strain : a star soccer player in England some
ings were read and approved.Dr. other of the state. The alumniof ; I
Moss, Bie and Byrd starred ontie parts :has grown greater and greater, until years ago, and he started teachinghis
Manchester presented a reportof the two schools have made all '
. offense for the lawyers while on I I I feel as though I were a bubble I' team the game last season. Moatof
. 'the defensive Little and Duncan con- expenditures from advances made arrangements necessary for the battle : floating out on the deep blue sea, with, the Florida men had not seen a 1\

1 taaaDy broke thru and got the man him and the report was approved. A : to go off in grand style and all i I thousands of angry sharks eyes gaZ-:i soccer football before the Saturdaypreceding

back: of the line of scrimmage..Moss requisition from him for $200 for the I, that now remains is for the fight it :;! ing disapprovingly upon me.But lo,I I the game but they grasped -

aDd Bie also starred in the defensive j minor sports fund was ordered hon self. Even the elements the themselves of : I have escaped all danger so to I II i the principles of play very quicklyand
to be entering into spirit
knots. Harkness showed up best: ored.Mr. seem speak, and float serenely by, on the 1 I were penalized only once for
for Leisher presented a statementof the occasion and cold weather is an I
the Ag!. crest of the billowing wa\ s. "I fouling.
I bills paid to the amount of $253.33out '! ticipated.As !f
--- ; The following eleven are the picks Villacrez Florida's Ecuadorean
advance of $300 for the I II to the two teams their recordsso
After having trimmed the Age an i of my heart: I I fullback ,tarred by frequent drivingthe
: far in the season seem to point
Jut Friday the Super Lawyer team i iI ball back fifty or sixty yards
I goaL First quarterLaw te hard battle. Both tied South Cat Fish Jennings, Law College; ,
kicked )
a pretty a
tk the Arts and Science measure when the school boys seemed
Carolina won her t left end. .n. I IJ r
I I Carolina 77. North
fc the tune of 16-7 in 7, A. & S. 0. the Chinese
a very pretty t about to score. Hua ,
I Thanksgiving with the strong J J. Velma Keen, Law College, J left .
tae of Flemingfield went in for Buie and game dribbling -
Pigskinnery on Murphree tackle. ,.. .< right wing, exhibited some rare
!Virginia team, 7-3, in a game > i I t
en Monday. This victory gave the Arts men started the second : whenever he got the pigskin and
rain. Early in the season they : Fee Simple Seble, Law College, .
the Lawyers the college championship period with a new life, going thru I i In one instance drove in a beautiful
Yale team to low : '.
I held the strong a left guard. :
and they deserved it because the line for two first downs, then 1 goal. Clegg, a forward kicked the
in better shape ,,
score. Florida is : Wcod alcohol MfiHer, Arts &
they went undefeated and were only I the Law held and John A kicked over J whole second goal after Buckley, the center -
than they have been during the : Science, center. -
.scored on once during the inter co- I the goal line. The Lawyers worked I had brought the ball up from
season. Every man is in good shape. Hawkshaw, Ag. Collegeright t:
kate series. The Lawyers had the back to the Arts 30-yard line and and the center of the field where Viil- !
i few bruises here ,
There are a : guard. '
edge over the Arts and Science men Brcbston planted a beautiful dropkick : lacrez had kicked it from the 5-yard
I there but no man is injured enough to Fatty Milligan, Ad. College, right.
most of the game, executing passes between the posts for 3 points. keep him out. Dixon will be in and 1 I tackle. I line. Davis, a rookie at the game,
*t will all & S. team was' down the left inside forward
and plunging the line at I From then on the A. wellas held
I his morale and long spirals as Buddie Fraleigh, Arts & Science,
times:: for a gain, except the very few tat the Lawyer's mercy, except when his ground gaming will be a de- right end.Bennie I position like an old-timer. Dupont,

times that the powerful A. & S. f Murphree would kick out of danger.i iI cided strengthening of the Gators. Jennings, Law College,I a Freshman, is a veteran player and

heater broke thru nd threw the I On one of his kicks the lawyers were The other backs: Newton, Pomeroy, : quarter and. captain. showed great form in taking the

hers for a kss. 'held and forced to kick from their I Renfrow, Carlton, Stanley, Cox, and I Vandy Baars, Arts & Science, left I ball away from the high school play-

The Arts men kicked off to Byrd 10-yard line to their 40-yard line, Merrin, are all in the best of shape. i half. ers.If

po returned 25 yards. Bie made a where Scctten received the punt and I Tootie Perry at guard will be in his (Continued on page eight) I the Gators are backed by the ,

[t down with 17 yards around left raced to the only touchdown for the last game and will prove a terror to i student body at the return game ;'

** On the next play Byrd fumbled Arts and Science team. T'was a I the Tar Heels backs, undoubtedly. i on to deliver the goods when, they I here early in January as the Live

*** an Art man covered the skin. pretty run. The Lawyers got mad I Wilsky at center, Wutrich at guard : get in. Duncan has been shifted to Oak Boys were by their rooters on

we Lawyers held them and Miller then and completed a few nice passes Henry Perry at guard, and Scott are i end where he started the season, Thanksgiving Day, some great soccer

eked: out of bounds. After one for the last score of the game. Both in tip-top form. At tackles, Robin and we all know him to be a tower of should be seen, for each team expects -

l Irst down Bie caught a pass and teams did well under the circum- I son and Doty will probably start but i r strength there. Swanson will prob- to be trained to the minute togo }

Ut 30 yards to the A. & S. 2-yard I stances and every member deserves Gunn and Rosenhouse can be counted ably be the other end but Mounts, and I out and break the tie of the first

be, from where Byrd scored. Little credit. I I Burnett, will get a big show in the i game.

--== Y.: 31. C. A. The report was ap- game, without a doubt. With these i
,proved. I men in shape Florida should never be t SOCCER TAKING HOLD

I Bill Fielding presented a requisition I in need of a fresh man and should f -

WHY GO FURTHER THAN I for $131.50 to cover expenses work together welL I Soccer apparently has taken a hold

I incurred in connection with the Sem- Practice the last week has been on the attentions of a number of

SPECTOR'SDELICATESSEN inole.; The requisition was ordered encouraging. With the little change I students.; Practice goes on every-

AND LUNCH ROOM Mr. Yaranoff presented a requisition quantities of pep and the coaches I a number of players show particular -

719 W. University Ave. Opp. Weaver's"Laundry ; for $25 for running expenses of have been trying their best tO run skill at the game. A team from the P

FOR I the Intersociety Debating Cot&ciL some of it off. When that whistle J I Practice High School men played a

Meals, Sandwiches, Drinks, Pies, Etc. His requisition was approved.The blows up in Jax we can all rest as 12-2 tie wish Live Oak High School

OPEN FROM 7 A. M. TO 10 P. M. committee then adjourned. The sured that there is going to be a I t on Thanksgiving. If there is a demand

Saturdays to midnight All Day Sunday next regular meeting of the Budget scrap with a different Gator in there]',I for it an icterclass schedule

STOP ON YOUR WAY TO THE UNIVERSITY Committee: win be held on Tuesday, than the one that faced Carlstrom will be arranged to be played off OIL

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1 ; ENGINEERING COLLEGE AT FAIR partments represented somewhat the THE BEATITUDES OF

: variety of' constructive Work of the UNIVERSITY
..I i j I College. The exhibit included examples | Bedding:, Pillow Cases, ;
i At the recent state fair were shown Mat. V, University Testiment.
exhibits prepared by the students of students of work in done machine by the shop vocational worl- 1. And seeing the students "Mess ) Sheets, Blankets. I'I i it
I Electrical
the College of Engineering. I Hall Johnson" went into his study.
t and chemical apparatus, drawingsand The success of these interesting 2. And when he was sit down his t t
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instructive displays in mainly RIBBONS-RIBBON NOVELTIES
machinery from the different del taught
unto him, and he
to Preece, Thomas, Perkins and pupils came MADE TO SPECIAL. ORDER
II who assisted them, them saying:
other students,
!,., in constructing and operating the 3. Blessed are the poor in knowl- ,

; SPORTING GOODS I apparatus, and to Mr. Smith of the, edge learning., for theirs is the opportunityof ,: "W 'Keep Everything for Your Room

: vocational department much credit ,
4. Blessed are they that study, for .
is due.
,, '-- Tennis Football they shall learn their lessons.

I 5. Blessed are the "Rats", for "
I Baseball I Basketball The following are answers from{'they shall inherit the college. 1
6. Blessed are they that hunger :._ @Ol. 1fr/ I"
some recent examination papers: I
for they .'
SERVICE and thirst after knowledge,
QUALITY- Epidermis is what keeps your
j shall become filled with wisdom. GAINESVILLEFLOR! ..
skin on.The
I 7. Blessed are the studious, for
torrid zone is caused by the
I Baird Hardware Co. they shall pass off their subjects. !I-
friction of the equator, which runs
II I. 8. Bussed are the seniors, for I
I around the? earth in ,the middle.
they shall graduation day.
and latitude imaginary
Longitude are
t 9. Blessed are the Alumni, for SPORTING GOODS
J lines on the earth, which show I I
they are called the "Children of the
you which way you are going. Football Base
S H _0 ES' The days are shorter in winter be- 10. Blessed are they which are Hardware of all Kinds 4
cause the cold contracts.A .
persecuted for studiousness's sake,

H B. M. TENCH H Mr. Newton invented gravity... for theirs is the kingdom of knowl- See Us
with the of an apple.

There was no such man as Hamlet.He edge. THE THOMAS COMPANYPhone
11. Blessed are ye, when "Sports"shall
O Gainesville 0 .
lived in Denmark.A I 22
revile and ,
you persecute
curve is a straight line that has I[ and shall say all manner of you evil WEST: SIDE OF SQUARE

E Florida E been bent. .
I against you falsely, for knowledge'ssake.
The climate is caused by hot, and
cold weather. I / 4II 4II "" "" 4I --' 4 .....
S HOE S l 12. Rejoice and be exceedinglyglad i-1
The Pagans were a contented race _
I for great is your reward in
until the Christians came
college, for so persecuted they the 4

.-. ..... .,. them.A .boy who is amphibious can use alumni which were before you. I THE 'GATOR CAFETERIA
13. Ye, "Rats," are the salt of
t all of his hands.
I the college; but if the salt hath lost t -
Gold discovered in California I /
t NORAH was his savor, wherewith shall it be _
before knew it was there. i t .. .
I anyone salted? It is henceforth good for -- ...
I !t Art and Gift Shop Mars is the name of a star so far II VV V
-;, I nothing, but to be "canned" and I .- : :
I Pictures and Picture Frames t off it would take 1,000,000 years to trodden under the foot of the Faculty. V i.I

1. oosoooo.J. 4 walk there in an express train. : : V
14. Ye, Seniors, (with ::
your V
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A miracle is anything that some : V
mustache, derby and cane) are the
body does which can't be done.
light of our college; but if a senior
DRUGGISTSTHE Bichloride of mercury is so poisonous I f V EAST HALF
"flunk", how shall his light shine
that one drop on a man's tongue
REXALL STORE before the "rats" therefore
; ye
Agents for would kill a dog.Exchange.. I seniors should study and be faithfulto I COLLEGE INN

Liggetts and Norris Candies learn all your lessons so that
We have near Gainesville a fine piano -
Gainesville Fla. i your "profs" may pass with
slightly used and partly paid for, i|credit. Amen. you t ';., CAFETERIA STYLE DURING MEAL: TIME

which we will sell to party willing to I ': '
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DR. TENCH complete the remaining monthly pay

Dentist ments. Send name and address for t

"- I Office Graham BuildingOffice full information. Hamlin L. Brown comes to '
Phone: Res. Phone: I the staff of the agricultural division SHORT ORDERS AT ALL HOURS
N. Broad St.,
82.84 I''
358-J the I
369.JW. I of University of Florida, as a
Atlanta, Georgia, dairy specialist.
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Mr. Brown comes to Florida from I I
41 t Blake Rat member cf the Farr I 4 C
S. DORSEY & CO. J a a county agent position in Jefferson s oooooo

( 't Everything in Groceries I Ii library Liererary the society other day went and into asked the to county, Alabama, where he devoted University of Missouri, from which dairy specialists of the country i

.: For Goodness Sake DrinkDORSEY'S 9j be allowed to take out an encyclopedia I most of his time to the dairy indus institute he received a B.S. degree.He comes to Florida with a sueeea

it : try of his county. He was born in has spent 12 years in farming record and be expected to i
j DELIGHT COFFEE I When asked why he wanted may
I I Nebraska, raised on a farm in and demonstration work and has the industry of b
J 4II 4I 4 4I he said: "Well you see, I've just Missouri, and much to develop
.ww joined the Farr Lits and have been I graduated from the studied under some of the most noted, new state.

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I up on them a little."

I COMPANYDruggists
E I love you madlyI

: Phone 32Everything love you sadlyI h

love you with devotion, 1

i oo oo o, With commotion, '
When in Jacksonville 4
t Electrical "t With emotion.All t <

great Pacific Ocean
JOS. J. Make
I Could not hold in my devotion i / ,

I I Phone 107 Gainesville, Fla. I Without the edges leaking badly. 'V3.3 V

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r; I THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR The E. K. Chemical Society held I
DEPARTMENT its regular bimonthly meeting in .
Green n_ __ ___.Editor-in-Chief t Science Hall last Wednesday aight. I THE HART MAC

I'I'n -_ _._..__.. -.Managing Editor After the disposal of business the *

Miller .,,. ......._. .......... I --.Assistant Managing Editor society entertained by a lecture : STYLES FOR FALL 1921 'I'II. somas
I Henry Fuller and Murray C6hea. l.t._._. ,' -1'_ .__..Athletic Editors ,by Mr. Massey, who spoke 'on the j jk
t.t Franklin West, Harrold Klock, Murray Cohen__... ...__Reporters "Adaptation of the Leigh Smoke vee-
Ozzy Bie, H. E. Knight Screen Agriculture," pointing out I. .=, READY '- '>="' ;
t K. K. Hanson, Ed. Woodberry Parmenter to '' ARE NOW / ::1
and R. W. Ray ._.... ::. Contributors to the society the enormous field that ': '; ," ;', r v. ,,, .' : ,...- .". ,." .; ". ,-:.. f: lE

T !t 'l\V\ Si'ISS ,DEPARTME'iT, 7 < I! this invention might cover' in the ''V'VV "* \ J JAI
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future and taking up a specific ex Fashion Ideas, new Fabrics Prices
t Aleck White ___ ..Business Manager r New colorings, new $
ample-the curing of Florida grown .
{; ''{ Horace, Wilson :T..' r. i Assistant Business. Manager tobacco with it. Mr. Massey, in con- one-third lower than those, Fall 1920. : I

Entered as second-class matter September 28, 1912, at the postoffice at nection with Dr. Leigh, head of the "t. ,... ;. envD.ce
Gainesville, Fla., under the Act of March. 3d, 1879. chemical department, has been mak- :: 4-. cl I
ing experiments along these lines ,' _: ::
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Rate-The Florida Alligator, $1.50 the year.
t and found some interesting observa- r' gia
I tions, both chemical and agricultural.Since .
\ THE COLLEGE PROFESSOR its first meeting in Septem : : ask for ; : dugnthe
.. Florsheim 'Shoes-- built for College men- aeir
ber the society has had at each meet- '. ,
I To the average' Freshman the professor is simply one of the ing some speaker on a scientific sub : '. I nie Fat
necessary evils to be encountered in the ordinary course of events ject. It is the plan of this organization .

t upon registration in college. He is made sport of, criticised, and, to continue throughout the year 'j',.- t" trljl
even condemned on certain occasions for actions which he has to with this program and to have for ', .' I

perform. He is accused partiality, narrow-mindedness, petty speakers both members of the society "
jealousies and, in fact, almost everything under the sun that can and members of the faculty. nom
!I be thought of at the time. When a men weathers the storm of his I I WOLF BROTHERSV V 1 sboiwiied

first year and re-enters college with a broader and more general Christmas may seem a long way .
\ outlook upon life in general he is somewhat lighter in his attack off but we are already making pic- L: V TAMPA, FLORIDA. 'l' I mei this

I upon the men who are there to teach him the facts which he comes tures to be used as Christmas remem- i

to college to learn. But it is a well) known fact that even a Sophomore brances. Vansickel's Studio, south epye

j has not the proper aspect upon the workings of the faculty side square, Gainesville, Fla. I. -' .....;.. ,:-

I I Hill members. But if he will only look back: a space of two years-to ,
the high school days that are past-and consider how his attitude Av'osie
III toward the faculty has changed, he will see that he has not yet .
realized the true worth of the man who goes under the title of

'professor/ : .. '. .... .'.: .,,-..
I When college days are past almost every graduate of a modern f"

institution will look back the days of his education with ? S
upon a : < '
reverence and respect for the men who made this possible. It is :'; ,. ;

not until we get away from the general trend of 'college life that Y. :t. .> : : ;: I : : ; L :: :: ; w lit}

\ we can see the problems and cares of the man whom we thought ., : : : !oj
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us lower than we thought we deserved. These things are natural I '. ...'t1} ,-,.:' .'...,. ,-9. ,- .'. ,
'they are expected'and,are so discounted. But'what of the present? = I ,...:.- ",..,-'' .J', '--3.IIl- ..._.'#-. , <:.,,. ; ;' _: ':y'.r.- .Uos .. _",, !.
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paid. But what of it?' No'one seems ready to remedy that which .- ........ 'i't.. ., -. .. ...... .. \<, :.... '. .. ., ,." $!,.-..... ;'
is obviously unfair and unjust. Education, is probably the great- HIrf/ or C'oo es Tule *<.-,j": ..,, -v.1/:. ''.1))r' 1

est factor for development known to the world at the present time. I r "1 : ,: '.'tit
Prosperity and general welfare may be measured by the education-I Ja -<****4 %A(*

al advancements that have been made. The man who is 1r How Were X Rays Discovered d ? f' .

sacrifice his life, as it were, that others might share his knowledge, ?
1 the college professor, is certainly deserving of praise and worldly I .. .:3.:':_-" ..( .. -
consideration. Right here in the University of Florida we have ......;l 1. James Mackenzie Davidson visited Professor Roentgen to find "

I one of the best faculties to be found in any modern institution. v. .!4. ..... -,..Jc. =: SIR .hew he discovered the X-rays. ,
measured whatever --
by one may choose. We want to "' .
keep those who are here and offer inducements to others of their I :"-. ,. .. ; .t .: Roentgen had covered a vacuum tube; called a Hittorf or Crookes !+_" ', }.

same high calibre that our University may be further strengthen J ''.; :." tube, with black paper so as to cut off all its light. About f four:yards .
I ed. Fellows think over the debt that all to the ii' : : :
we owe men who .: { ; ; away was a piece of cardboard coated with a fluorescent compound
are pouring out their life's knowledge that we drink and be I ? ,.. )
He turned the in the tube. The
made better men. "'.X... .. .. : en current cardboard plowed brightlv .
., r.
f{; "'; ;,_ .', '.'. Sir James asked him: "What did ycu think?" 7 ,
.. .. "i .
.:. .7;.?: ..: : "I I didn't think, I investigated:l," said Rcc tgen. He wanted to tt t

Tomorrow the 'Gator football team as well as every follower .' ', know what made the cardboard glow.! Cnly planned experimentscould '. r .I II I
) of the Orange and Blue who can find the necessary cash with r : .,,. .. .: : give; the answer. We alllnaw the practical result. Thousands .

which to make the trip, will journey over to Jacksonville for the _..i''' :' .. .. of lives are saved by surgeons who use the X-rays. ,. .,.iJ
_ first raid on the metropolis in'' several years. There are several I "" ;: ,--
:::;; ,j:4--: Later on, one of the scientists in the Research Laboratory cf the .; I
reasons why man registered in school should '
every and it is not
necessary to enumerate them here. While we are go seeing the 'Ga- i I ;:'.:.;'. .-.:T, General 1 Electric Company! became interested in a certain phenomenon ,

.ors trample on the North Carolina Tar Heels" we will also be ad- ;c -';- -= V-' :. V sometimes observed in incandescent lamps. Others had observed it, ': ,f'

vertising,the University in the largest.! :city in the State. >c'"J". :;:.;,.i.?. .. J"" but he, like! Roentgen, invcctiratcd. The result was the discovery :.. ',f,
: :
Tampa at the present time is one of the strongest supporters of .... .'': .,,-:o..' ).-A!t of new laws governing"electrical: conduction, in high vacuum. ,.: ., tf f'

the University to be found in the entire State. And why? Be- f;3 ..:: : 1 Another scientist the '; .-
cause the people of South Florida have been brought into close contact ...:i-: _: .' : in same: laboratory raw that on the,basis of those I
'I with the school through the large number of students who .. : ':.,\__":' : ;' new 1 laws: he could build a new tube. for producing X-rays more, e ff. : : {
; w. have gone down for the games each year. The impression which :: ".r. s .f.. J. .... 'tively. This was the Coolidge X-ray tube which marked the greatest ,.f.;. .
has been given the people of Tampa has brought their support to :-i- {i, -i: a d vance in the X-ray art since the o.i-inal I discovery by Roentgen.

I \be University. For quite a while theGulf. coast has :' j:: .-r-" ".
metropolis Th
.y scientific investi
.r:: ;;: us, aticn of-c strange phenomenon led to the i'
I the largest enrollment of any town in the State, but this year .... .,:).. ; .'. discovery of a new art, and scientific investigation of another '

i'V sonville has a larger enrollment, even than Tampa. The for- ',,: ,,--:. :,..:.;...... phenomenon led to the strange
greatest improvement in that
: art.
f .
: i i much larger and consequently: has more men available for .

&.. Versity of Florida than Tampa'has.Vnv :." :: : It is for such reasons that the Research Laboratories of the General

it is hoped will afford the .,; : Electric!
people of Jacksonville a -"'' : Company are continually investigating, continually exploring i '
Dportunity to judge Ute men who represent the Uni- VT''4 the unknown.! It is t
:. ( ":.: new knowledge that is sought. But practical
-ida. May\ this be the,!-Impetus that is needed to : f!.; : .'? results: fclbw!! i In an endless stream, and in many unexpected .. -
ways. '
\of that city behind the Universiy of Florida 100 ?? ;
U Florida is beginning to realize ; :
$ } that we have :"
f '& *. ... ,. ,
:$ v Gainesville. Our football team has brought ..
;$: vwge number_of people outside of the State. : '1! ; .,_*: i 1;f >
Jfc fair has brought much favorable eom1 .. ?r: n e ra1E1 e c tricy'
fLte and now -On the eve of our first post=: ?
: Ccacral Once .
J -.. we are abdttt to bring the people of the Company Schenectady. Y..
: PHIFERs l ose personal contact with the stu'i JJ-4W KD

: Let the impression that is formed ..; 'J
v. tfect so'that the good name and rep- r 1:
_- -,.I'i- *9f the .Soutji' will be enhanced by "
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I SOCIAL CALENDAR University Jazz orchestra. Delicious Bathrobes !

: R Delta creme-de-mint punch was served .
o Dance,
1 net- throughout the evening and duringtheintermirssion
Fraternity rooms. ." .. ..
'D. .
-- .. an appetizing sandwich '
j&_-T. K. A. Annual Christ- course:and{ coffee was relished ;I' :. ; _. : t

: DC-JiUBa, U, Woman's Club. ;-<'E.'';;'.. by. everyonel"present. Warm, cozy colored Blanket. Robes figured or:.borderedin ., t '
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SERPENT DANCE. is too late. At this time all exchanged contrast colors--pockets :are roomy and collar and; f

good-byes, with the guests I
I III enjoyable and eventful social assuring the hosts of a delightful cuffs trIg and mannish. ,' : ;
during the last week was a evening. s

given by the Serpent Ribbon Those present were the local c i
: society -
at the Woman's Club Thanks- contingent, the Florida-Ogle-i $7.50 to $15.00' i ;;
: > sight. thorpe football teams, and numerous
[ began to wend ,
f The merry makers visiting young 'ladies and gentlemen.The I
merriment '
hall of
Way to the chaperones were: Prof.. and .
t it nine-thirty and participated in Mrs.. A. P. Black, Prof. and Mrs.

tripping of the light fantastic Cody, Major and Mrs. Van Fleet, '

i | the wee small hours of another Mrs. F. C. Paul', of Tampa; Capt. Bedroom F

1.I and Mrs. Rider, Capt. and Mrs. At Slippers :

I }From the time each crossed the kinson, Dean H. R. Trusler, and Mr. .

oM the anticipated realization and Mrs. Fred Biddulph. .. ;

kfned upon them as a general good *-* ,. : ....., THE NEW ONES HAVE JUST ARRIVED ., .. :.;s. >1
e was the predominating featurethis A. T. O. DANCE I .. '. .,:-1. .J .
occassion. .
enjoyable Pomp -, -- .'' '
.splendor were in evidence while The Alpha Omega Chapter of Alpha : ..,. .
dan1ing attire of the young ladies Tau Omega were hosts at de- '- .

| gentlemen were attractive to thee. lightful dance given last Friday ; .
even-I .
<: :
e. ing, November 25th, at the ] j ,
: '
A very pleasing program of dance Club. : .
fcuac was rendered by Bob Swar)son's Dancing began promptly at nine- s HILL BUILDING i
thirty o'clock and continued until I
half after the first hour of another t

day. This affair was very enjoyable,

all excelled. I ... ..... ... ... .... ..
as expectations were -' "" : :-> ..:. 't, T-" :::! _._ : '::: *'
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A'R The new dance hall, at the Woman's
club, which has just been completedand
the predominating features of the Mr. (Alias "Rat") Douglass Baker, I the bat and chopped. Cigar let Brick '
opened. for dances, was I
t r evening.At of Vero, was given the honor of : walk and Sawdust filled the bases. .
} attractive in.its. simplicity.
r1,1 occassion would have been incomplete the time of adjournment Mrs. i I wielding the pen. G. A. Martell, of I Song made a hit I and Twenty made
Guy was presented with a vote of Fellsmere was elected reporter I I a score. Bread: loafed on third anti
without the of .beautiful
gowns georgeous bedecked array by the fairersex thanks, each assuring her of a good Plans for the coming year were discussed i{pumped Organ who: ,played fast ant #

and the informal attire of the I time. and :Mr.; O. D. Leonard was I put Light out. Hammer began to i .a
boys, while the glow of the attractive *-* elected to find out what could b** knock and Wind blowed of what he
could do, and Tree began to 1e w..
chantaliers overhead produced an effect I SCRIPT DANCE done along the line of competition
/ in athletics with the other The way they roasted Peanut was :%
the lovely assemblage count/
/1,1* of beauty upon I
of dancers below. Another fad, which is a Gator clubs on the campus. fright. lightning i finished the pitch 4

occupied by Bob I enterprise, was the Script Dance The other members of the club this ing and struck out six men. Trombone f
The rostrum was given last Saturday evening at the I made a slide_and :Meat was put
Windish of Ft.
Swanson's orchestra which played all year are and Cassons j.IOff 1 j.
Woman's Club. Those affairs I the plate. There was lots of l
which met Gifford of Vero, Carter of
the latest dance I
those are to be regular occurances Wabasso and Helseth and Juve of betting but Soap cleaned up. The
1tk' I with the. hearty approval of t and will be given practically every Oslo. I score was Qne,to three but Door sail :

present.A refreshing bowl of fruit punchwas Saturday night throughout the year. There being no other business it if he had pitched it would have heel i
*-* moved to adjourn and initiatethe News.
situated in the far corner of the i I
i i Tea Room, while during the intermission ST. LUCIE COUNTY CLUB NOTES Rats. The initiation took the ATHLETIC !
f sandwiches and coffee were 1 !form of boxing matches which were I GOODS ORDERED :
served. The first meeting this year of the enjoyed by all (?). Dr. Manchester reports that he has

Those enjoying this evening of St. Lucie County club was held Tues received. from.tW Narragansett Mfg.

Brand pleasure were: the local society con- I day night in suite 40 Buckman Palace. BASEBALLThe Co. of Providence, Rhode Island, *.
tingent with numerous visiting young As aforesaid it was the :first .meeting game opened with Candy at letter stating that they have shipped
ladies and gentlemen. Among the I and as is customary at all first the-. stick and Smallpox catching. the athletic goods which have been I

"They Give You chaperones were: Dr. and Mrs. Tair, meetings officers were elected for Cigar was in the box with lots of ordered as equipment for the gynv ;
Mrs. the ensuing year. By unanimous con- smoke. Horn was first base and nasium. The letter was dated Nov. !
Dean and
Your Dr. and Mrs. Crow,
Money's Worth"When Trussler, Prof and Mrs. Black, 'Prof sent the well-known and ever-popular Fiddle second, backed up by Corn in 25, so, allowing;.two weeks shipping- f
and Mrs. Van serior, Mr. D. L. Leisher, of Wabasso, the field, who made it hot for Umpire time, the goods should arrive about
and Mrs. Cody, Major
men speak of this and Mrs. Rider, Capt. was chosen to grace the chair.. To Apple, who was rotten. Ax came to December 10th. t
Fleet, Capt.
store, they generally sum t
and Mrs. Atkinson, Mr. and Mrs. 'r---- --- ----
Df up by saying: "And they Glover Taylor, Mrs. T.: B. String-

give you your money's fellow, Mrs. T. F. West, Mrs. F. C.

orth." That's right, we Paul of Tampa, Mrs. M. Tucker, Mr.
toIt doesn't matterHther and Mrs. Morgan, Mr. and Mrs.
Turbeville, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Brooks,
you come in for a Waterman of
Mrs. Ramsey
Necktie that costs a dollar, Tampa, Mrs. Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. f

or a Stratford or Society Martin Glass, and Mrs. Lang. _
Brand Suit that costs fifty #_* THE BON TON-
-you get your, money's .DUCK SUPPER

Worth.HII'ljf. t The second of a series of enter- .
tainments given by Mrs. A. T. Guy, : ; : : :

who has a place in her heart for every '
Me There
University student, was a duck supper : ._,. .. .-. 4. ,
at her residence on West University _, ...- f.. '
avenue last Monday evening.

\.dEt, ." ",,,.,:,, The guests for this delightful, occasion -
Jacksonville were the boys that live: in Agents for the Martha Washington and Johnston Candies
the roost. Appetizing and delicious

I food with a general good time were I

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i. SPECIAL CHRISTMAS SALE I 1 When the present Seminole staff 508 Franklin Street .

i. 20 Per Cent Reduction was elected we expressed is our aim

.;. On all Jewelry, Photo Albums, Memory Books, Belts and Belt Buckles that the Seminole would te rc-uty for -- ---------- -- -- -- """""'III
delivery May 15th. Wa added, however -' -.., t
hi j 'From Now Until ChrIstmas. that this would! be possible! oily: Weaver's Steam LaundryFOR

} Special prices on Candy. See our new line of Fancy Stationery, with thru the cooperaticn of every studentin
; .
I popular prices, a splendid opportunity to secure Christmas remem- 14 the University.
t brances. ; On October 22nd the Business I HIGH CLASS CLEANING AND PRESSING

.,... _,.,,,," ..,,_ .__ -..._ >-_ Manager appeared in Chapel end ---- ------ -- -
; -
t IiI I ., .-.. ___ .-.. ---_- -_-___ asked that the students go to Mara- '-,
: ble's studio and have their! pictures .
made, setting a definite date for
I: : DROP IN each class. COFFIN CO.
; Since that time bulletins have i'>pen I Flooring, Ceiling, Siding, Finish,'Complete House Bffla.
I t' .. OTTO F STOCK I placed about the campus and announcements -
r j made from time to time Daily Capacity 25,000 Feet. Gainesville,IU
I''t' i S TAILOR in the Alligator asking the various
: i iI
classes to go down and have their ________48 4il 48 -. -._ -
I pictures made. The time given to
I Alteration, Cleaning Pressing I II the three upper classes has now O I SEE KESSLER
elapsed and it is now time for the
I 0 354 Gainesville! Florida I Freshmen. Yet up to date there has j For all kinds of Hauling and Moving. In case you need wool

I i;.*+;;;.. ";;..;;;;.......;- ,',,1'f been large This only part means of 230 these that pictures are less of made than Freshmen.50 and percent a l I _00000eO CALL NUMBER 9 ri___O_

I' of the three upper. classes have : $ _
responded.Any .

/ sideration can see that the work of. | East: Main Street
+ Victrolas and Records I putting out the Seminole will be | BICYCLES, ACCESSORIES AND REPAIRSiifflffififfiffiffiyaSffiffiffi
<$>. I seriously delayed unless these pictures .::
> are made within the next 10 !fifi! !fi1fififififi!! !
r <$ D. R. Cox, Proprietor : : : Telephone 86 days.Therefore the Staff urges that

every man in the university, who has N. Y. HATTERS
not already done so, go to Marable's We clean and block your old Hats, all
new styles
\ ............................... studio at once and have his picture I and shapes. See CLYATT TAYLOR, No. 42 Buck-

J .............................': and made.until The 10 studio at night.is open all day H man. I

I" Z AMERICAN SHOE REPAIR Ii I We also request that the county -- ---- .. .
clubs and various other societies organize ---- -----

t AND SHINE PARLOR : I get these and pictures appoint,some place member them on to ;! CHESNUT'S SOUTH SIDE SHOE PARLOR

I cardboard and arrange for space i in
Louis Eliades, Proprietor : the Seminole. The cardboard for f Electric Shoe Repair Department Work Guaranteed

:115 W. !MAIN STREET, N. this purpose may be secured from ) SHOE SHINE PARLOR .
PHONE 139 James Winfield. .:.... _
j ___ __ ..... 1
.+J N. D. Cooper, Agent; Room 13, Buckman WILLIAN S. FIELDING,
Business Manager. I:n $ .

..... 4I .... 'CaI ..... __..._.. V I I FREE Boys, when you plant Seeds, be sure to get them from I i ii!i
t T g SEMINOLE SEED COMPANY i iGainesville
," I GAINESVILLE CAFETERIA The "Baraca Special" leaves the !S3: : .n. : ..? : .... FlorifcfeaiJUfiffiSHUfiffiyMffiffiffi !
: Across front A. C. L. Depot ,I corner of Buckman Hall .about 9:30 $ $.
t Sunday mornings. ..
I ......
1Ye make it .to 4I
a point
satisfy our customers. Our prices
are It 1 I It
< exceptionally reasonable. S CLOTHES PHARMACY
t ( Drugs, Medicines, Stationery, Toilet and Rubber Goods ,

: $5 Meal Tickets for $3.90 I II \ Dressmakers thrive and parentssuffer We guarantee personal attention to Prescriptions. {Onlr) I
I '. Why?-Because the college | purest drugs used. Low prices. Quality considered. i
girls of today are more or less ex I Gainesville, Florida. f
I : COME IN AND SEE FOR YOURSELF travagant in the selection of their ---- -- -
I wardrobes. Some .
of the college I --
I 500_ .l 000r'ivil00lrA+_ ., girls
__ actually think that if they are
the least bit out of style they would DO BUSINESS WITH
attract undue attention of the Snub-

1 I Thousands of Feet of Hose I It ber but kind from not their only sister from the students young men and "The New Million Dollar Bank". Resources Over $2,500,003, ,

embarassment would be their lot. Asa ---,
; t t result, I say "Dressmakers thrive I II
and parents strive." raffisffiffifflffifaraI I
1 t Silk Wool, Cotton, Cashmere-Sizes 9 to 12-Colors I Just as a comparison of costs
\ soup Clothes for the college girl bought i in I j THE PHIFER STATE BANK

: I : i' .to nuts. -Prices 25c to $1.50. t style cost about three times as muchas
a college boy's. One reason for jjj Strong, Safe and Accommodating
t this is that the young lady changes j atfgfiHurdjnrarajnfi ,
NUFF SED so often. Some girls argue that the
young men pay them no attention 1
t t tI unless they make frequent changes
(Yea Too Frequent) of very pretty Popular Goods at Popular Prices at jl
I BURNETT THE CLOTHIERGOODY'S I' and expensive clothes. .
It seems that they think it their BURKHIM'S "11
: duty to attract the opposite sex and
--- t.this they do with their clothes. With -
-- her paints and costly wraps she goes I
about attracting until the He Vamp m STORE''
: CAFETERIA is positively charmed. She has her GREENBERG'S QUALITY

'andDINING draperies, her gowns, her crepe de A Complete Line of Gents' Furnishings I
I chenes and her evening dresses, in Our Prices Will Suit You !
ROOMGAINESVILLE fact a complete
change for
every occasion SOUTH SIDE SQUARE ;j;
but her brother has only one,
I FLORIDA or maybe two, suits. The girl is -
Invites you to take your meals with them while in the often puzzled over the question r. !
1 StncUy American city.
served all hours of, all home cooking. A variety of foods "Which dress shall I wear," while GIFTS THAT LAST I
p1ace. day until 12 p. m. Prices cheap as any the brother says "I guess I better Large and varied line of Gold Filled and Sterling Silver Foam !

j 108 get my suit pressed. Pens, Pencils, Collar Pins, Vest Chains, Fob Chains Dickens Gh ii!
,, East Main Street -R. F. COOPER. Waldemar Chains and other nice pieces of Jewelry suitable for J,;

and bojs. L. C. SMITH South Side SquI
Paireek+ ,
*. 'Catft lMITertiMrc.
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t 1 was seen .
making a ges- o. ooooooeo - ooo.
+ ture and grimace at "Fatts" Wuth- I
{ I rich. With four ;
.rr or more
CAMPUS DOINGS 2r perience and twice as much speed'' UNIVERSITY MEN t

e : he should develop into an all-state ,
r + guard at least. '
K. K. Hanson and Ozzy Bie, Editors + His ) Who patronizethe White House Dining Room have the sat- !i
many hope to see him
........ + start and maybe finish the game isfaction of knowing they will enjoy the finest service and t j
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against the Tar Heels at Jackson- most delicious food obtainable. Table d'Hote Meals, $1.00.
to An old
those who are going farmer from Ala. ,
ville '
rDg 3 next Saturday.-(Paid Adv.)
lville to attend the Florida- Hit his wife on the head with a ba.
.' ,- Carolina game are-the en-, When they questioned him why I For reservations and arrangements concerning dinner par- I
dent body. He replied with a sy- ties balls fraternity ,
a s The night has tired of its watchcare, banquets, receptions, weddings, or
often read that the Centre "She drank all my licker up Da." I "
ie.hav The day of its hours of slumber, conferences, please see the Manager.
i football team offers a prayer College Humor.
$tgt Man sleeps and only the fowls may
entering a game. S'nothin' '
words "Go stare, Tables be reserved for regular meal. Telephone 295. I
heard ours rse sacred to father, she said. may any !
fa As the day breaks and adds its I
When i asked
a game. her to wed
5 If through Jimmy (Red) Boyd continues to .Now, I knew very well that number.It i ,3,3I ,3i t '

qojied managership .of the foot-\ And also I' knew whatA As the bats are creasing to fly; : THE WHITE HOUSE DINING ROOM J
,,3 team, it will be just another case life he had led,. But the morning twilight does not i I IGAINESVILLE'S
threads among the gold." So her meaning was plain I
"silver stand, 7 7eooo
As could be when she said, SOCIAL CENTER 7I
arising in the minds For the shows his
M The question sun soon eye.
"Go) to 7i I
t father -Wampus. ,
fa football men now is: "who will *

ale the best captain for next year's The day has broken but has not be t t
There is plenty time toliberate I Though college days .
squad! gun -oiooo so- -- o!
Have their delights I .. ... '.
upon this subject. For man is still asleep; J ; Orv ;
The question arising in the minds They can't compare I I All creatures, save he, are moving as
With college nights.Widow..
of the student body is: "Are 'Tar one, Glasses Fitted
Heea"} good Gator meat. O'er land and fro mthe deep. zI

Tootle" Perry has been mentioned There is a cat in our home
ed several Southern coaches and And it is wondrous fat But now that the horizon has passed, Eyes Tested

ort writers as the greatest lines- It don't have any kittens And the whole of the sun has been

I'll in the south this season. We Cause it aint that kind seen,

blow it is so, but wonder why ittook Flamingo. Nature's pet partakes of his fast, I
so long for them to find it out. And is ready to leave his den. Broken lenses duplicated in one hour's

Stewart Pomeroy has promised SCRUB COMES TO THE FRONT time
I!everybody a 25 yard run in the game 'Tis now that the day, in truth, does C. H. COLES & SON
kcaise he was allowed to choose I Outstanding among the Gator start,

I we of. the sponsors for the team. scrubs in this weeks strenuous work- Though long ago it has broken; t r. ,.-. >,... '
I i Watch him go next Saturday. out is the energetic half right tackleof I For man alone, can through his art, - - --

Charlie Wilsky will bid,farewell tothe the Everglade AngeLs, jA.rtha Make real things out of Nature'stokens. 1 ,

gridiron sport when he finishesthe .Doty, whose marcelled head may be I I I ST. PATRICK'S CATHOLIC CHURCH :'
a North Carolina game. He has seen every afternoon on Fleming 1
the best reason in the world for field, just combed. It might be best for man to mark, I East Main Street
I II quitting.Tubby". He has improved steadily since Or, at least, from this to site; t North',

II Gleason wishes to an- the Mercer game, and since that That the time spent from the breakto '
11t I II
been knocked out the start, t Rev. John Conoley, S. T. L., Rector. Telephone] 629
aonsce that in a few weeks his sideburns time has not once
I first He has be- Is for him naught but the night.E. t ::1t
will be just as long as any in the very play.
I other tea-hound's. come very much faster and is very MOT. t Sundays-Holy Mass and Sermon, 10:30 a. m.; evening Aservices

Jack Walsh has just made a new seldom seen in the road of the op 7:45 p. m. I

discovery. All his life he has lived position. Not frequently is' he the GET YOUR PICTURE disappointed "TOOK"The t Weekdays-Holy Mass, 7:00 a. m. |

in ignorance of the real meaning of first one down, or even down, under Seminole Staff are ,! r I
that they are ._ f
the last one up\ in the cooperation ---- -------- -- fi
love, but now, he has just found out punts, but is usually to the i
receiving with regards tu-I
what it really is. after every scrimmage.
He has also developed a praise- I d Patronize I fighting spirit, and this week To date only about thirty per cent
'Gator advertisers. worthy 1 I :Miss Sophie Burkhim

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> i Latest Sheet Music String Instruments and Supplies .J
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: i': MILLER'S, i The Alachua Restaurant and Lunch Room !'t


..1 :. t For Ladies and Gentlemen t i _
if you want to see something tasty and classy-we have it -; 4 t Half Block from Atlantic Coast Line Depot I

: : Phone 507 Gainesville, Floridaiioooeoooo.m t f
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1 CROWN'S ORIGINAL LOG CABIN < the student body have had their pictures Marable will be in his studio dur
made. ing the day; also from 7 to 9 in the

lit: We have also just added Fuerst and Kramer's.of New Orleans ."- < It is only two weeks until Chrt:t- evening. '

-' ;. mas vacation and all student pictures I The Staff are desirous of publishing -
j' CHOCOLATE COCKTAILS x must be made by that time. Tha: next I a representative Seminole, also

j i. CHERRIES IN LIQUEUR two weeks will be open to all, a:id not t r of publishing it cn time, and for this

, \ reserved for one class, giving nr embers season feel that all student pictures
of every class the opportunity must go to the engravers the first of

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rats. I believe Hawkshaw and John IA. C. L. RUNS SPECIAL I LYRIC MONDAYOne

r" Barleycorn, once dear friends, have LYRIC THEATER J

drifted farther and farther: apart, of the finest casts ever assembled ,
until now even his breath will cause wil Ibe seen in "The Old Nest," -
the keen eyed guard to cover the I j
f. mother
.: t with his flooding searchlight.I GAMEReduced the Rupert Hughes story of Monday and Tuesday
campus 'GATOR )
; I N. C. love and American family life, that -
t "OLD
? THE STYLES picked the next man, Fee SimpleS NEST'Vednesday
t will be shown at the Lyric Theatre
ble for marked dwell-known
t. ', : his an ,
; : Monday. The \
t sheck- the I for two days, beginning -
ability to guard the precious Rates to Jax. for
t. les, Dubloons so to speak, and piecesof I II i story is a film version of Mary Miles Minter
Saturday I
At.. .I.IBAILEY'S t Florida's in the
See that appeared
\; 4' eight, as it were, which rests I Student Body to : story MOONLIGHT AND I
.J I Post, and was produced by a!*
quietly, yet gently, still firmly in First Post Season Game-The I EYSUCKLE"
; v<
I: the hock- shop, which is by this timea I i the GoTdwyn company. I

t t familiar place' to me.I Campus Will be Deserted Saturday The director, Geginald Barker, is Thursday_

t have picked Wood Alcohol Miler I well known for the many fine "THE
t. who hails from Ohio State Pen. tions he has made for produc-I
i Emanate from ,careful. '. He is a brilliant center, in fact so The A. C. L. railroad has been In the cast Mary Alden plays the 0 Friday-

survey of college styles I brilliant that he is the center of the official. road by I leading role, that of the mother, WhO j! "PAYING THE Plpjft
designated as
I t attraction with flies, who find that I
the country.. University appears first as the younjj matron
throughout the
the student body by i
t tI tSUITS'
t. his charming moustache is an excellent -'. of Florida for the trip to Jackson- with her six children of school age. Saturday-

: : -". .' '' place to repose. yule for the Florida-North Carolina !I II Then, a,little older, with greysny hair, J I Douglas McLean In
I Pewee Jennings is picked for quar- I game Saturday. The fare for the she is their companion and adv}sor. I j "THE ROOKIE'S RI.TURN" .

|4OVERCOATS ; .' t ed ter generalship and captain on because the field.of his He mark-has I I' round trip will be $2.70. The excursion -I J Finally, they grow to manhood and<| C
womanhood leave the: old 1 nest end
will I
tickets be good on
marked ability for scoring, especialt any ]
RAINCOATS II t II of the regular trains going on Friday strike out into the world for hlm-I Continuous Show-3:30
I the centers
ly through to 11*
selves. Here, the of ;MJ:S I
the return poignancy
or Saturday and on ;
I I CAPS .. I Vandy Barrs is picked to play both I Alden's acting the olJ mother is I
j HATS and .1 halves, there being sufficient quan- I trip up until 10 o'clock Sunday !i as
night. Also in addition to these a'; irresistible.
This is
to merit
: tity same. flash
| SHIRTS ., : :f :ii4 t in deed the greatest fid; of the i i special train will be run both ways, Other players in tbe cast are Hel- [I The establishment of cock\

t NDERWEAR'HOSIERY I season, in fact he,is found rotten and 'I leaving here at 7:50 Saturday ,morning ene Chadwick, Cullen Landis, Dwight (creameries in which the dairyaa, 1
U4 '; ,'- and Louise Lovely
returning at 12:30 Sunday Crittenden, Nick Cogley, -
We indeed Vanderbilt I j stockholders
; I wanting. envy is the best plan&" b
| : morning.A Billie otton, Molly Malone, M. B.
1 in losing such valuable man. I
a (
i ; :-L 1 Manchester, the greatest full-back large crowd is expected to take| ("Lefty") Flynn, Roland Rushton, development of dairying. Daa. 11
profession is
the Ags. have ever had. He saved advantage of the special train due I' Fanny Stockbridge and the childrenwho I as a a safe a
4 t the game without a struggle. His to the convenience of the time at played in the Booth Tarkington financially provides a

4I t defensive work on the goal line was which it leaves. As the run,will con- j "Edgar" comedies, Johnny Jones, Lu- I source of income when property
aged. Mr. Brown audkj
told his
"I marvelous. sume approximately two hours and I cille Ricksen and Buddy Messenger.: 1i
| Best Values in the State 'I'I'I that, though the percentage of tsSej i
e eI Methinks there is no eleven whichcan a half, the train will arrive in Jack- .
I culosis in Florida herds I t
compare with this wonderful sonville at about 10:30 giving the Boys, if you want some real nice runs ?
with present-day methods of detc i
r t selection of mine, in their ability to 'Gator supporters plenty of time to I pictures made, go to VanSickel's Studio -
I i t pull bone-heads and stupendous plays take part in the mammoth parade south side square. Special prices ing there is no reason why it

which are simple to the spectators but which i is to be staged at li o'clock. to students. not be eliminated. Another of ft I

BAILEY. t complex to them. Also the return at 12:30 Sunday ida's problems is the tick. Ci 1

) .f', : -By WALTER CAMPUS. morning will enable the students to AG CLUB MEETINGThe plans for tick eradication and z

t: The Clothier attend all the festivities Saturday tematic dipping ought to be l 1

Dr. Enwald is teaching the Meth- night subsequent to the game. Ag. Club*held its regular meet- to accomplish in this state "nst'

l Franklin St., cor. Twiggs I f odists Baraca. Class. Come and hear Appropriate banners are being I ing in the Ag. Building: on Monday been accomplished in other _

I him. prepared to be placed on the special evening. Vice-President Dwyer occupied formerly tick-infested. Sum.'Umr
S TAMPA, FLORIDA I II Ieeeoe train and to be used in the parade and the chair in the absence of all up the big problems of dairy'u1.

f. AS THE ALLIGATOR SEES IT in view of the fact that the entry President Tillman. Florida are the tick and poor

'. t.I Most of the men on the campus into the Magic City should be madeas Mr. Hiatt introduced the principal Dipping gets rid of the ting tsdh''

I, f I have _already picked what they call impressive as possible, all'who speaker of the _evening, Mr. Brown, J good cattle get rid of the

J f the all-college eleven of the inter- can are urged to go on this train. I[ the new Extension Dairyman at the ones.

i .. ,-. .i collegiate teams on the Florida cam- II f The band, cheer leaders and Duvall i Experiment Station. Professor Willoughby e

pus. Most of these teams have been !I men who have gone up ahead of I Mr. Brown's subject was "Dairy the work which Mr. Brown has safe]

one-sided, so to speak, because of time will be at the depot t omeet the ing in Florida." In opening his ad- taken in Florida.

i ALL-STAR ELEVEN BY WALTER a predjudice here or there Or favorto I train and will form the U. of F. sec- dress the speaker paid compliment Professor Rogers expressed

I. I' CAMPUS WILL PLAY I a tea minstead of the man. From tion of the parade there and marchup to Florida's Ag. Club. He considered pleasure at being able to atteall
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,the teams that have been handed I town. the "Draining one could receive j Ag. Club meeting and said 'Ait'I:

(Continued from Page One) into the sporting columns of this I Fifteen hundred pamphlets .through participation in club activities usually worked out that taw "

Waffles Green, Gator Cafeteria, paper the Alligator finds it necessary taining "Hail Florida," "The Orangeand I to be of much value in later life. high in scholastic standing Yt-
:rigit,! half. to pick the real mythical what- Turning to his subject, Mr.
I or Blue, and some of the most Brown prominent in Ag Club activities
I 3fanchester, As. College, full back. ever-one-might-call-it eleven.: This I remarked the
1 important yells have been made on great undeveloped
t I 1 have'picked Jennings, the cat fish pick is unprejudiced and the men on and will be distributed to the studentsof up !wealth in Florida and expressed hi: 1 Boys, if you want some real

I i maunder from Ochachobee, for his it are the ones that seem to be Duval high school by twenty members belief that there is a bright future j I pictures made go to Vansiekers

I I ability to run down and catch worms. the most fitted for the 0 positions as of the Duval club who have already I! for the dairy industry'' in this state. dio, south side square. Special Poe l
Veri'lyhe.is a wonder as it were. Another seen by the I
I majority of those who gone up. The students there I I -
good reason for picking him have -----
I seen in
men action and I are pepped UD to the nth degree over I
an end is because he resembles have made known their opinions. We the game, and with-- h-i in therooters' I

t the end of a horse.'' Bud Fraleighwas have no explanation as to why Johnisn't I bleachers the Gator back-
was chosen for his "
4bility to runt on the team at this
or that position -I ers will receive a strong addition to
dawn the ladies.
t instead of Harry, but will say their noise-making power..' Plans
J. V. Keen was picked, for tackle this is THE TEAM made of the are
up being made to '
have one 'of them
ii ;notwithstanding his failure to tackle every
best of the teams that played in the,] in the parade. I '.
: last year. He was tackling at the intercollegiate series.
1 job of football manager, however Our pick follows: Admission tickets to the game will UNIVERSITY MENr ;

,52uled and I am placing him on this H. Gray left, end Law be $1.00 for students. These ticketsare is" i
i team. Fatty Milligan, the slim lad Guifford left now on sale at the College Inn,
from Waldo, the pride o fthat county Wyatt left tackle A. & S. as are the railway tickets for the Demand value and style '* .':: ''.
A. & S.
"was given a berth on this squad Boyd A. C. L. These tickets will not be
Because of his remarkable head work, Little right guard A.'Law& S'1 on sale in Jacksonville, sok; anyone Society Brand Clothes \0

in :fact he remained on his head most not obtaining his ticket before leaving i

.f the game.Hawkshaw. McKillop Simmons right tackle Law will have to pay the :regular ad- Hanan Shoes, Manhattan Shirts, Knox Hats I
right end
was placed on thissqoad Harkness Ag. mission price of $1.50 at the gate. "
because of remarkable, defen- quarter back Ag. Most extensive arrangements have Are featured lines in the Giddeons Store.
) Byrd left half Law
Sire work, in keeping the I been made by the various committees
I Barrs full back A. & S.I I Mail orders ,
clear of all feminine articles and in charge of putting on the game a specialty.
Bie right half Law II'II''r
i iI and according to all indications there .

I will be ten thousand people at the > 1I
game. 4pproximately six hundred U. I > :- .'c' .' "

I of F. students are expected to be .- .
AT present to see the Gators play the : I "
i last game of the season. J '. I
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Join your fellow students at the
Methodist Baraca Class on Sunday TAMPA, FLORIDA

! i_ PARLOR mornings.

: MAKE YOURSELVES AT HOME There was a young man named Fiddle i
Who refused to take his degree.

= Aged Hollingsworth's Unusual Candies He said "Tis bad enough to be Fiddle I .J, f 0

rF .Without being Fiddle D.D." ,

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