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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
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Physical Description: v. : ; 32-59 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: the students of the University of Florida
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: December 9, 1921
Publication Date: 1912-1973
Frequency: daily except saturday and sunday (sept.-may); semiweekly (june-aug.)[<1964>-1973]
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biweekly (weekly june-aug.)[ former <1918>]
weekly[ former <1919-1924>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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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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FOR A GREATER FLORIDA 1

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Vol, X. L'MIVERSITY OF FLORIDA -
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FLORIDA, FRIDAY, DEC. 9, 1921 NO. 11
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JAX ENTERTAINED ,DR.i MURPHREE AND LA\VYERSDEFEAT\ I SO PHS BEAT RATS-- -!FLORIDA ELEVEN


, VISITORS TO GAMEIN :DR. ROEMER ATTEND : TEACHERS; ARTS I II AND SENIORS FALL i FORCED N. C. TO "


GRAND STYLE : MEET OFCOLLEGESRepresentatives I i I, TRIM ENGINEERS BEFORE JUNIORSInterClass !I PLAY TO LIMIT

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Oty Was Turned Over to Cele- of Southern Colleges : Fast Games in In-
I i Being Played Games Were Well I 'Gators Put Up Stiff Fight

bration of Post-Season Game I and Preparatory Schools :i ter-Mural Basketball Series Fought and Proved Interest- Throughout and Outplay Tar

JI Between the 'Gators and Tar Held Convention in Birmingham -I and Much Good Material for
I' ing Contests-Final Game Be- Heels_ in Many Department

--- Heels. to Discuss Questions of i the 'Varsity js Showing Up. I tween Sophs and Juniors Will I of the Game. _

a and the Jax American Vital Importance.The I ---
Jacksonville .
I j End Season.The
The Lawyer's cage artists just did I By MAJOR J. A. VAN FLEET
itAS legion did great things for the foot- I
: ball teams of Florida and North Association of Colleges and I nose out over the Teacher's quintet Sophomores defeated the The faculty, coaches and student

ro Carolina and for the student body Secondary Schools of the Southern I last Tuesday night in the University I freshmen last Monday afternoon to I body of the University of Florida,

1 in the Florida Metropolis\ Friday I States was held in Birmingham during I Gym, while the Arts and Science Tuesday in loyal support of their team and'i.
up the past week. The University of I the tune of 6 to 3, and on I
and Saturday nights. j basketeers handed the Engineers the I the juniors handed the true justice to them, take this op-
Florida was represented by Dr. Mur- d/tfernoon( t
rVU Th4 Duval County Armory was the small end of a 30-12 score. :' show the
to supporter
drubbing.The portunity
:phree and Dr. Roemer, the former I II seniors a 10 to. nothing
la? gene of a big ball on Friday evening with Dr. Seely of the Florida State The Engineers played a great game "rats" put up a ga ua fight ;icf Florida that their team, as Indicated

ia honor of the two rival football I College for Women, being upon the', during the first half, holding the against the sophs and had tne betterof I by some of the reports, walt
teams scheduled to clash the next !l Arts and Science to the close score I
High Institutions. Committee, while the scrap during the first spasm. t not decisively defeated by North Car
fe by.The the latter, with Dr. E. R. Robinson cf 8 to 5, but in the last half Fahs, The second year men kicked off to the I i olina.

CKifc Armory was beautifully decorated Dr. Conradi, and Prof. W. S. Caw" Potter and Thompson began to shoot "rats" who made a good return,. be- I In reviewing the battle of last Sat- I
for the occasion in the colors of I thon, being upon the Secondar\ goals from alt angles and when the ,ing finally brought to earth about. urday, the conflict divides itself i.I .-
the two universities-orange and blue, Schools Committee. These two com final whistle blew they had scored the middle of the field. From this, I i to four distinct phases-First, Flor
and blue and white. The band made mitteesmet two days ahead of the i 30 points. Although Shorty Gunn they showed some speed and carriedthe I ida's initial offensive which marched
aksts the which was playing guard he could be seen well into the sophs ter-
stage
fine
a appearance on general assembly in order to read i! I pigskin down the field for three points in
ns decorated with the American and applications i all over the court and along with ritory where Brobson booted a.pretty
reports pass upon the first few minutes of play; Second
flags! and the banners of the TarTar for admission from various collegesand him his running mate, the 'Navy' field goal for the first score of the R)rth Carolina's first touchdown -
t Heels. With their orange and schools. II star. game.
secondary I as a result of Florida's repeated *
Use sweaters the musicians created The purpose for which the associa- i,Arts and Science (30)) Engineers(12)( ) I However, in the latter part. of the offside penalties; Third, North
at'* a moat favorable impression on all. tion was formed' was to regulate the Fahs ((17)) forward Denison struggle the soph machine began to Carolina's aggressive drive throngk
,top who eaw them and who danced to the entrance requirements to college and I' Potter(7)) forward Eddy ((4) t work in fine style. They opened up Florida's line for one earned touch-

strains of their music. Interspersed to fix the standards for the gr:1nt.1,: Thompson ((6)) center Butler (2)) with several nice passes which went down; and Fourth, which occupied
throughout were special selections ing of degrees. In order to be eligible for good gains. One of these, from the entire second half of the game,
which showed th band's versatility.The for admission to the association a i,! Mathews guard Ferris ((2)) Matthews to Merrin, lessened the distance I I Florida's great comeback and actual
. Jackson guard Gunn (4) to the "rats' goal by many ,
charming sponsors of each of college must meet certain specifica i supremacy.
I the rival elevens were present and tions. For instance every college i The Lawyers had a hard time defeating yards, and it was soon followed by a During the first phase, Florida displayed '
, (! **re honored with favors during there must have an income of at least the Teachers. In the first pretty one from Barrs to Brumby. ability, marked excellence and
Jft g. The sponsors marched $50,000, and if not tax supported, an !: half it looked as if they would havea t After a series of line bucks the ball real generalship. Pomeroy receivedthe
it! down the long auditorium and re- endowment of not less than "500000. walk-away but in the second half. was worked down to the shadow of I kickoff on his 5-yard line and returned -
wed bouquets of flowers in the It must maintain at least eight departments i they received a scare when Prof. the goal post where Scotten carriedit the ball 23 yards. From here
metnt colors of the institution whose gridiron of liberal arts and science I Beck replaced Fuller at forward and over for a touchdown. In the last Florida advanced it by end runs by
warriors they were to represent and at least one professordevoting during the remainder of the game half the sophs excelled their oppon- I Pomeroy and Newton to within striking -
011 the following day. The two teams his whole time to each department. j i they only scored two goals. Gray ents and proved they had the better I distance of North Carolina's goal

I* were seated ''Cn special reserved seats There must be a library containing. and McMullen were the shinning Is i team. I and here Dickson made a place kick
SitJi *sd applauded the sponsors very enthusiastically I at least 10,000 volumes bearing upon s i iI stars for the Lawyers while Hait and}I The senior-junior contest was marked I for the first score. It was an oppor
? as the young ladies the subjects taught with a trained I Perry played a good game for the 1 by some scintillating playing on t tunity made possible by brilliant

Used down the hall for their favors.The I librarian in charge. Laboratory !' Teachers. i both sides. Bill Bivens and L. C. i field running and interference. ,! -
football teams, however, had toro equipment must be sufficient to care I I Line Up. I Crofton were the outstanding stars an opportunity taken advantage of. ;
, to bed early, so each coach saw I for the courses offered in the sciences. Teachers (10)) Lawyers ((14) I' for the wearers of the derby while 'I' The second phase lost the game te -,

tbt his men left the scene at an A preparatory school, if kept in connection Fuller forward Hitchcock Mahannah, Ferris, and Wesson prov- Florida. She held North Carolina
early hour to be in fit condition' for. I with the college, must be entirely i Cleggs (6) forward McMullen ((6)) I ed to be the shinning lights for the I' twice for four downs and once for
the next afternoon. separate and distinct. Other iI i I opposition.One I three downs, only to be penalized
Hait ((4)) center Duncan ((6)) I
The merriment went on till a late similar requirements are also set I I of the hair-raising events of .; each time for offside, and have North
}tau' and those students who werePttwt forth. i Moore guard Gray ((2)) i the game was a great run made by I Carolina begin anew with first down.

at the ball must have come to At this meeting the committee on 1 Perry guard Flood Wesson only to be brought down by Thus Florida permitted North Caro- i
nab that Jax was really taking higher institutions passed ten colleges Substitute for Teachers: Champlain ;! Bull within a foot of the goal line. lina to maintain possession of the I
the bIg game seriously and was out and recommended them for "ad for Moore, Prof. Beck for Fuller. !' The senior dignity was cast to the ball continuously for about 20 downs 1
18&>itself proud. mission. Nine qf these were passed, Lawyers: Rose for Duncan; Duncan winds and they held, keeping the ,and literally gave away seven poiata. I III

The committee that so efficiently making a total of forty Southern for McMullen; McMullen for Rose. juniors from scoring another marker. The third phase was truly.1
arrLngcd for the ball was as follows: colleges in the association. Of these I I Another feature of the game was the II North Carolina's, occupying most of \
i.1. R..I Icenhour, chairman, Walter L. Florida has two, the University of i I IPROF.BECKATIEND [30-yard gain made by Mahannah who the second quarter, in which she
.>ins, Jr., Charles Arnold, W. R. Florida and the State College for COACH KLINE AND took the ball on a pass and reeled off pierced Florida's line for heavy gains
er and Will MacL Christie. women. It is significant to note that distance. and coupled with it some well exe-
"= Saturday evening the Jackson- there were thirty-five collages applying I cuted forward passes. i
'ille L gionaires gave another ball for admission and out of these I The Alligator wishes to apologize Florida in the entire second half ;
It the Armory for the greatest foot- only nine were given entrance. Some to Mr. L. E. Dupont for calling hima of the game completely outplayed ;

all team Florida has ever put out, colleges in the association are not upon S. I. A. A. MEETING freshman last week. Mr. Dupontwas i North Carolina, and every Florida, tI
for the t due to some ways naturally very indignant at the I
list
The university student body. the approved I backer who saw the game will praiw ,
Vocational Men were the esPecial in which they do not come up to the slander, and. keenly felt the injusticedone 1 the team for its courage and fight. JI
or e S I ts of the Legion men. The Arm- I regulations. One, for example, was Professor Beck, the faculty repre- him as a loyal member of the I Florida gained on lice plays 52 yardsas .

for, "a a again beautifully decorated I reduced to this lower standing due sentative on the Board of Directorsof 'I, Sophomore class. He feels that his I against 3Q by North Carolina, and t
the evening. to unrestrained attention to ath- the Athletic Association, and reputation has been so impaired by completed 6 passes as against North )
Dr.. Mmphree spoke on this oc- letics and the fact that it admitted Coach Kline left on Wednesday for I the slur on his character:that only I Carolina's 3. After scoring her
!On., n e said that Florida, though students with only ten high school Birmingham, Ala., where they will I a public apology would restrain him touchdown in the early part of the
had attend the Southern Inter-Collegiate from suing the Alligator. Again, Mr.
made the larger score, credits.Of last quarter there was thrill after ..
knot schoolsin Athletic Association conference. Prof; Dupont, we sincerely and humbly beg
reaDy Beaten; she had but the several hundred high thrill in which Florida was barely
reed the standard Beck as representative of the your pardon for this awful oversight.
ess baptism of future great- the South that meet the ) goes prevented from scoring another. As :
fitWuld some day carry the requirements for entrance to college University at the conference and the game was drawing to a close
e Florida Coach Kline expects to work out Carpenter (in charge of German) I
\.- forward till it would there are forty-three in a Florida took the ball to North Car ;
! Ul.o'Wn with Florida's S. I. A. A. football scheduleof m"Pass out quietly, gentlemen, olina's
the awe which applies number which is exceeded only by I so as 7-yard line, but here an off-
(Continued Eight) next season. not to awaken the other classes._ (Continued on Page
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I I; Bedding, Pillow Cases, I GAME LARGELY DUETOLOYALWORKERS t tt UNIVERSITY MEN f


j ;. I Sheets, Blankets'i I I 1" Who patronize the White House D.ining Room have theJat,1

I %-\ isfaction of knowing they will enjoy the finest service I
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tt RIBBONS RIBBON NOVELTIES t t Ir.i
; ,' I most delicious food obtainable. Table d'Hote : I
I ; for Meals
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I' MADE TO SPECIAL. ORDER Work Done Preparation I t ,
r I j Game Showed the Student
Body Was Backing Gridmen t For reservations and arrangements concerning dinner
I We Keep Everything for Your Room I Than par. I
E t tI I With Yells. Something More t ties, banquets, receptions, balls, weddings, or fraternity I

{ t tj t conferences, please see the Manager.
I toward staging I
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The efforts expended

j t t I I the Florida-North Carolina of game the t Tables may be reserved for any regular meal. Telephone 29i.I I
@frrt demonstration
concrete
.1.1'l' I was a t I

!college spirit of a number of members .
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GAINESVILLEFLORIOA t tI t of the student body, and of the t -__. I

I I I4I loyalty to the. University of the I

4 alumni sonville.and the business men of Jack-" THE WHITE HOUSE DINING ROOMGAINESVILLE'S I :

When the talk of a post season
t SOCIAL CENTER
SPORTING GOODS game first came up Professor Beck 1
got out two letters seeking to ar t I
Football Baseball
range a game with Johns Hopkinsor
Hardware of all Kinds North Carolina. Both acceptedthe t I

offer but the Tar Heels were I ,'. -- > .. .
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chosen. After Carolina's acceptance
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THE THOMAS COMPANYPhone Coach Kline conducted the arrange-
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the last few days before the
spent
WEST SIDE OF SQUAREr _
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final de
game in Jax. completing
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tails.When
it was decided to have a M
r----------------, special train to take the student bodyup
to Jax the railroad committee
!t :I' THE 'GATOR CAFETERIA I which had arranged for the Tampa Broken lenses duplicated in one hour's .
time
trip was appointed by Bill Bivens to
\ serve for a second time. With C. H. COLES & SON
t t.F Glover Miller as chairman and Jim-
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.1 ""'-,.,- mie Boyd, J. M. Royer, and J. H. 'L <- ..,' { _- '- -
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Markham as the other members, Bill r--
Bivens ex-officio the committee met
; I e I the representatives of the Seaboardand I ST. PATRICK'S CATHOLIC CHURCH
7 IN THBIR NEW QUARTERS E I
It,; >- Coast Line-and secured the spec- -
t ial over the Coast Line with equipment .I,t .. East Main Street, North
t I" EAST HALF I the best that could be obtanied.

f ., Royer had charge of ticket selling i I Rev. John Conoley, S. T. L., Rector. Telephone 629
: COLLEGE INN Ii here on the campus and of getting -
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t I signs and banners for the Special.
I MacDonald, Bunch and Babson are i t Sundays-Holy Mass and Sermon,. 10:30 a. m.; eveningservices '
CAFETERIA. STYLE DURING MEAL: TIME: .. Ii the artists 7:45 p. m.
; who did the signpainting -
'I' .. '. I and thru their efforts Royer was I t Weekdays -Holy Mass, 7Off: < a. m.
.':> t j able to have the Special decoratedwith II. '
oav ov+a s4. eii 'a+
ti such appropriate slogans as "U. ;
I of F. Special," "Jax, We Are Here I
SHORT ORDERS AT ALL HOURS I "15 Rahs for Jax" and all the rest t Modern Dancing TaughtBy

I Ii r'of them. These banners also went in I Miss Sophie Burkhim

J JI jibe big Saturday morning parade. I PHONE 184

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I"" Join your fellow students at the MARABLE'S STUDIO
: I'' Let'your next Suit be aFASHION Methodist Barswa Class on Sunday
+ morning. NORTH SIDE SQUARE-OVER MILLER'SOfficial

1 .. 'c Photographer of Seminole for Seven Years

PARK Messrs. McClendon, Rosenhouse, Especially equipped to handle your kodak finishing

: and Morgan three august Seniors DAILY SERVICE
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I V popular first sergeant, gave out
: < SOLE AGBNT6 in an interview that parting your hair
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in the middle gives you good luck .-
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: PHIFER BROS. in a crap game. J
DEPT. STORE : UNIVERSITY MEN ?

They met at midnightAnd .I
GainesviHe, Florida : "
they never met again, "
For she Demand value and style :
was a southbound heifer 1

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LCCESSOFN.C.GAMEDUE; \RGELYT LOYAL WORKERS I agement ing more of active the game part in than the he man-did. :.........t..................:........ ............ :

, Dick did get down to the game to .
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( play.
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, of the football team on the Dr. -
Murphree declared the I :
meager day of
I PUS and arranged for the transLation the game a university holiday and ,.. _:.; '' ",'- I

I from here to Jax. The team made it a point to come over from "" : .". i
Birmingham, Ala., to be in the ;
the
in his charge on trip up.JinUnie parade "Good Enough" is
I ,IS and at the "
game and the celebrationat
over a week in I
I Boyd spent
L Ju doing work in connection :with rousing the speech Armory.in chapel Dr. Farr urging made every a i '. not good enough i '

I With the Field Committee student who possibly could '
to
make
game :
e in
t : Porter's Fitform Clothes for young
Alumni and'Arthur Lallee, the-trip.
I of the o: men and older men who want to stay 4
lay out the gridiron on Captain Atkinson and Mr.: Parrishof ;
I H helped Gainesville i'a young. In the tailoring of these sup- .
arranged for hotel spent several days in ;
Park
I I, Smthside for the team at the j Jax and were officially connected .. ,; erby styled garments the "easy way" :
comodations '
Seminole, and saw to it that with the publicity and social side of 0 f : makes way for the better way and .
I Hotel Seminole! was appropriately de- the game, with organizing Jax business t "How fine can they be made?" crowds

I s.pated the as "Gator Headquarters:' men, securing patronesses, and j ; % / cut the usual manufacturing question
junmie also got the concession of Captain Atkinson helped arrange the -"How fast can they be made?" '
. free advertising space on the Jax big Legion Ball on Saturday night. i-

street cars and did a lot of other ad- The Duval County Club headed by .f>

rer&ing about the city. lIe was Arthur Lollee as president went up o Yf"

I acting manager of the team in the to Duval High on Friday morning, : Y t
of Dick Stanley and also 34 strong. With Bill Bivens and Pete '
absence WE EARNESTLY INVITE EVERY
made a speech at a meeting of the Harris as leaders, taught the school'' <> :

[University Club on Monday. the Florida songs and yells. Lollee o / # r-q s / 'c MAN OF TWENTY TO

Dick Stanley though recovering: made a speech before the high school f / THREE TIMES TWENTY TO
student body in whicH'' hepresentedto t I
I rapidly from his recent Injuries was Ci' SEE; THE NEW FALL STYLES
in behalf of the Duval
Duval High
reverted by QQ doctors from tak- I .. t .
County Club a beautiful U. of F WITH THE SUGGESTION

banner, aa reminder, to them of their PITFORMiOoiM ::.- THAT THE PORTER LABEL IS
institution. Also there were 'I os%. ! State .{ :;. AN ADDITIONAL GUARANTEE .
distributed at the game of 1500 -

I\copies of Florida's yells and bong:1'I f. ;' OF" UNQUALIFIED ;

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Ralph Marsicano secured sleep- ; .: -" QUALITY. 4>

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with Capt. Ingram and Col De Teaseof ,- : :. :,' ,'. rI

Jax. .,.. ,. .-
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J. H. Markham and A. L. Spea1"were -' -.
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student body representative I' -.. : .: :',,_ "
the Legion dance to assist the x +
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ionnaires in distinguishing the un
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''i'i'i''i jtI versity Regesfer men and from Savage Jax performed home folks.a I: -

similar function at the ball for the
Vocational Men of Florida. The .1-.1i

band, under manager Charley Regero : :
made a grand showing in the parade i

and at the dances. Those Gator ; i Jacksonville, Corner Bay and Laura j
musicians surely did look nifty in !

their made orange the old and music.In blue. and they did ..........-.......................... ........-..' .'I

I Jax everyone cooperated to ----
r make the game a success, particularly credit. parade and lead the cheering sectionat student body to everyone concerned
Florida and Carolina alumni and city Needless to say Bill Biren and the game.A in any way with making the big II
Bond business men." Horace Loomis, '14, Pete Harris were nn hand fur the vote of thanks is due from the game the success it was. I

was chairman of the executive com-
mittee and had charge of all work --

done. To tell all those, who helped .... ..."._.._.. .. .. .
"They Give
You would require a long list of names .. .
Your Money's W rth" but the following may be mentioned: i.
Charles Chapman, R. B. Shields, and : CANDY! CANDY! CANDY!

When men speak of this W. M.\ Shell, who made up the field o ry:!."' ..... ..'-
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store, they generally sumus committee which helped Jimmie Boyd & CALL AT ___... < ;-J -- -
and Arthur Lallee lay out the field. u. ., :
up by saying: "And they ,
Then Mayor Martin made a proclamation o '
give .
you money'sworth" :
your
urging all Jax citizens to supportthe J .. ',
That's right, wed game. ME.\ H. Blitz furnished a MILLER'S : .' J
It doesn't matter big motor truck for transporting the '. : :
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whether you come in for a players to and from the game. :Mr. :
Necktie that I Hartye Croom, superintendent of the ''
costs dollar.
a ,
or a Stratford or Society ,Jax Traction Company gave free ad- : .,. if you want to see something tasty and classy-we have it, ; :" :I'o

vertising space on the city street "
Brand !: -:. -
Suit
that costs :
fifty NUNNALLY'S-WHInIAN'S-HUYLER'S }
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Mr.
cars. Also to be mentioned are :
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-yoU get your money's Alvon Knight, Mr. William Stockton, ; :;'ii':'{'#f. -'
worth. Dr. N. A. Upchurch, Dr. Paul Hath : ':,'. x -CROWN'S ORIGINAL LOG CABIN '
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away, and Larns Hathaway. Culleyof .. '- "
"Culls by Culley" fame, Lynch, : '. We have also just added Fuerst and Kramer's: of New Orley. .

Ellis and Davis, the sport writers of "
H IUI the Times-Union and Metropolis gavea : CHOCOLATE COCKTAILS I t

@ ) lot of space in their columns. The I CHERRIES IN LIQUEUR '

..,".u""",, committee that arranged the Friday I
night ball and the Legion men who I I
Jacksonville, Floida planned and carried ,out Saturday
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Tobaccos, Cold Drinks, Sandwiches, School Supplies, Pennants, Stationery, Toilet Articles, Drug. Sundries, Barber -

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: THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR + The management of Th Auf If .

I : ,, gator regret the publication of I

EDITORIAL DEPARTMENT the "paid adv." in the last issue, + r

: 'JRmaD Green _.___...._...__.:... _.. .._.___..._._..Editor-in-Chief + and wish to say that the at- + THE HART SCHAFFNER & MARX II I-
: I Pete Harris .,_.-_..._..._____..._..___... ._--Managing Editor + titude of the writer was not one _
clever Miller __..______.____........._...._.._........__ .Assistant Managing Editor of malice have inferred, + : FOR FALL
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!,. Henry Fuller and Murray Cohen._.._._........_....*:.-...............Athletic Editors + but that it was written for the *I: 1921 'j't

I Franklin West, Harrold Klock, Murray Cohen......__......_.............__ReportersK. + purpose of humor. + .
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K. Hanson Ed. Woodberry, Parmenter, Ozzy Bie, H. E. Knight + + + + + + + + + + + + I '
and R. W. Ray ........._-,...,,...;;...-.-___....--_.._. ....._.-..Contributors 't :.- -- ARE NOW READY :; _' t
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BUSINESS DEPARTMENT SOCIETYThe I .
FARR LITERARY -

4'' Aleck White ......._...................:-..____........_..........Business Manager t I : Fashion Ideas
New colorings new new Fabrks. I
i i Horace Wilson ___._..__.__._.__.........Assistant Business Manager regular meeting of Farr Lit. : Prjeesie
last Monday night was opened with I one-third lower.than those Fait 1920. ; ,
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Entered as second-class matter, September 28, 1912, at the postoffice at roll-call by the secretary.Mr. J 1
r Gainesville, Fla., under the Act of March 3d, 1879.
of Club
i Tolbert the Peabody f.0 .
f Rate-The Florida Alligator, $1.50 the year. came before the society with a prop- I
osition concerning a series of lectureson I, :
"FLORIDA MAY BE BEATEN, BUT 'GATOR SPIRIT CANNOT"One football to be delivered by Coach I

Kline, some time after the holidays.He ,
of the most remarkable examples of college spirit and grit I I spcke of the benefits to be derived Florsheim Shoes-built for College men-ask for awogs.l

that has ever been seen in college athletics may be found among from such a course, which would "

f the student body and gridiron representatives of diminutive Cen- I teach one both the science of coach- ,I ___ I
tre College, the"Praying Colonels," who have won the admiration ing bootball teams and also to ap- t -,

and respect of every lover of the sport in America. It has been preciate the game. Mr. Tolbert urg- J(1 J ,. I
i ed that as many members of the -
said that the "Praying Colonels may be beaten, but their Spirit Arts and Science College as possible t .
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cannot." should sign up for this course. WOLF-BROTHERS '
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When Centre's representatives journeyed to Cambridge and Mr. F. F. Mansour opened the program :

handed the Harvard veterans a 6-0 trimming the whole of the for the evening with an excellent t -:::. -::. TAMPA, FLORIDA .-.:

United States marvelled. Last year, although defeated by the humorous reading, "The Debating t

r Crimson eleven, the Centre team received nation-wide acclaim as a Society." ,

group of men who PLAYED: CLEAN. The record of this college An impromptu debate followed, on I .... .... ...

I.I. team is one that every student in the country should become familiar the question: "Resolved: That the
board of control acted wisely in permanently -
; with, as it is one 01 the most unique in the history 01 the '
suspending future WHY GO FURTHER THAN ". ..
I i gridiron. And the story bears a moral. !tory building at the U. of F." dormi-I'

After their first defeat in two seasons, handed down by the the old men present had SPECTOR'SDELICATESSEN -

I University of Kentucky, in 1920, Coach Moran said: bates on that subject last year, the,

f "Boys,. there's a higher power than we know watching over affirmative was given to Rats H. E. AND LUNCH ROOM
t I believe Richey and W. J. Wells, and the negative 719 .W. University Ave.
i + jie. we should pray before going out on the field. Who I Opp. Weaver's Laundry
I to E. E. Mason and G. H. Bee. FOR
will lead us?
I! The After a hotly contested argument a Meals, Sandwiches, Drinks, Pies Etc.
almost ,
response was instantaneous and from that gamy decision was rendered in favor of the
), on it has been the custom of the Centre eleven to engage in a short negative.Mr. Saturdays midnight OPEN FROM 7 A. M. TO 10 P. M.

I prayer before going out on the field for football W. S. Middleton All Day Sunday
a game, a prayer gave a paperon t STOP ON YOUR WAY TO THE UNIVERSITY
J i not for a victory, but for the power to acquit themselves like men. Current Events and E. E. Jones I.

; The desire to play the game like men should be the ambition gave a reading, "The Other Side of i
1 of I the Moon." He was followed by :Mr. ;
who
1 every man engages in form of athletics
any as well as in Fussell, who ---
I the game of life. The University of Florida has long been a I style a humorous renderedinhis reading,inimitable"In the UNION COUNTY CLUB MEETING Freshman: "How much,,,do z
strong believer in clean athletics and in true i Dime Museum." I charge for rooms?"
sportsmanship and He showed
I' us how The first
t regular of the
meeting "
we hope that this will always be the outstanding feature of inquisitive a child or a lawyer can Landlayd: $10 up.
; game that is played by the Orange and Blue. Whether every be. I Union County Club was held Nov. I Freshman: "But I'm a student
we win or I SO1, Meeting was called to order Landlayd: $10 down."
lose let it be
said that
we played the game like Mr. Pearce, who has acquired
and
men even if a I -Wyoming Student
by :Mr. J. E. Maines
Jr.
Officers
defeated the Florida spirit was never daunted. reputation in the society as a reader,
rendered a selection were elected. Several important I
from
James We can't all smoke ten-cent ciftf
/I' .. IN OUR COLUMNS '. Whitcomb Riley, "The Lisper." matters were discussed concerning Or own a limousineBut

I -_ [ After an announcement concerning the purpose and the future of the we can all collect the band,

the program next Monday evening, club.Union And smell the gasoline.
:Much
has been said during the past few days the County
concerning cer- meeting wasadjourned.IF was created during -Rat R-Xi >
I tain articles that have appeared in the columns of The Alligator the last legislature, from old Brad-

I articles and jokes that were intended by their authors so the edi- ford county. The county bids fair FREE RIDE

I t j tonal department believed as humorous squibs and puns. The Alligator By Rhubarb Keepling.If to become one of the best and lead- The "Baraca Special"' leaves tt!;
ing
counties of
""i' regrets that these articles were allowed to in you can loose your head when all well the state. Union is corner of Buckman Hall about Li
appear its represented
the
about you at university.
columns as some members of the student body have taken offense Are gaining theirs I Sunday mornings. _
i and
are
not blam-
I I i at the references contained therein. However it .
we wish to assure on you; _
I t these men that no copy of any description has ever been run in If you can't trust yourself when all

i the official publication of the student body that those in charge men do, t

r believed was intended as a personal reflection Nor make allowance for their be-

i f of the student body or any of our readers. The columns upon any of member the Al- If lieving in you; I SUITSWith
I you can't wait and not rheumatic I I'
ligator the last get -
1 are place in the world that any man would resort by waiting,
j I to for the satisfaction of I I
any personal grudge or ill-feeling as anything I Or being a liar, don't deal in lies, Y
i that is printed of this nature is usually a direct'reflection' Or hating no one, do give way to A Two Pairs

.1 = i upon the author and not upon the man for whom it is intended. hating, r x

; Any man who is broad minded will recognize an attempt of this And wise.still look mighty good and talk 'I Pants
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nature and discount it for such. However, it is the policy of The > 31.50

Alligaor to allow no such articles to appear. The fact that A I If you can't make a poker pile of ,

story containing references of a personal nature appeared in this II all your winnings, .( $32.50

paper recently is a matter that is regretted by the staff and we And risk i it on one turn of pitch and I f **;.v 5.00
hope that those who toss, : r $
were i in any way offended by the statements 'I'

: contained will accept our apologies in regard'to the matter and as I And pennies lose, and, start again saving your $42.50 ,

sure themselves that The Alligator wishes to I
serve the student And never about
cry loss ,<
body in every way that it can. Far be it If your ; -: Best : .1
r. from our purpose to al you can't stuff the tiekt ck minute ;.s"!1
I Jow4anything to appear in these columns .that will be offensive to With 70 seconds worth of distancerun Money .
I ;! any of our readers in any way: .. i i Can BuyOVERCOATS .:
Then 4
t yours ain't the earth nor nothin'
+ # + + + # ** what's in it, :
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I $ # $ $ 4I J
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And
NOTICE OF ELECTION what ain't more--you ain't no r $18.50 to $32.50 -
-to
The following MAN, my daughter. -<
men are to be voted '
on by the -
student + 1
+ 0 body for football manager for 1922 'at -With apologies to RudyardKipling' BUY CLOTHES 1
the regular
chapel +
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Assembly Wednesday, December iii NOT CREDIT
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14th. .
James
1 + Boyd, Han- 4 -E. MOT.
Ben Markim
Wm. Yarnoff, Francis Parker.

+ Signed: G.;B. STANLY. + Do your sleeping In the afternoon. Men's Fashion Shop = .,

*.' *\,<* ', *!Z'* *-,' +'":-*+' ,* + *"+ '* ; +' ++ Come lrig.- to.,Sunday- :,'_School:. in the morn- Court Arcade, Tampa, !!
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I SOCIETY AND CLUBST.


I F. West Editor I

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I rtTSAM COUNTY CLUB Putnam county boys in Palatka dur- Bathrobes

ORGANIZED : ing the holidays. A banquet given

i by the club would do much to ad-

tInt meeting of tho Putnam I vertUe the University in Palatka and
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WM held Tuesday at the Putnam county. The date set for the '
dub next meeting is the night of Thurs- cozy colored Blanket Robes- figured or bordered t t't
R. M and OL At. I I :' .
of f Melin '
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day, December 15th. All Putnam in "
ctlon'Thomairllall.ptitnim contrast V
*B colors-pockets are and collar and
In fellows be out and 'bring your girl's roomy :
., county boys were .
t pic tine. Sponsors will be chosen '
cuffs
then. trig and mannish. :

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I tlob th. election the tint of thing officers.considered Mr.Atkiiion AG CLUB MEETING i $7.50 to $15.00 : l !f

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the dashing young : -

I DflCt from Crescent City, was Four short talks made up the program : ;- "', ; .#'- :

Cttlly elected to hold the first of the Ag Club meeting last .. '.'" "'--. I i

I .rt of
I MM, "***" Harold Earnest: heartier boro told of the tobacco t.
industry in
I'I by profession from Palatka, Bedroom SlippersV 1 :
tkwen to serve the club, in tho Gadsen County He followed the crop

'tl of vice-presidcnt. W. S. from the seed bed to the process of 1

;1toa Baas elected "bull-alingor curing and shipping to the factory.
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tom crabber," in other words Eighty-five per cent of the Sumatra THE NEW ONES HAVE JUST ARRIVED V

try and treasurer He will be tobacco rajsed in the U. S. is raisedIn V:--i..;. -,:
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Gasdvn Florida. ?- '
county
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had the president taken "The.Future of the Pineapple Industry f .-. ., ;,i.. ; ",*" .< ,
ft looncr : !; ; :+
chair than the question of aponu in Florida" was discussed by V

i brought up by Messrs. Uradk John Sehabinger. Though there hasbeen b t 1
a drop in the importance of tho ."-r.::. ;. ti. '
and Buckley. Both of these .. ,. ,.. (.,
industry yet there is: a bright future l: "'
anxious that .
tkatn stem very :
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for it if cultural methods # -
proper aro
r. Ir indUate for that most honor. s HILL BUILDING .
followed. .
r and : H. M. Smith told of Florida industry t
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i ievrn'.tory cake, such as wo which is probably little known ''L I .

tin ann seen, if his candidate was even) to natives-.. of- the 8t.ate-th I -=- .:z:: %3t.r-! __"_ : _' O-- ,

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i )lqo( box of the most delicious cabbage palmetto are extracted fibres terest in Florida's Ag Club. ]limo: Suggestions from any memberof I Y. M. C. A. :MEETING NOV. 30TH

Jy imaginable In recompense for which are made Into many articles Major Floyd told of Dr. Rolfs' the club will be entertained by Lance Richboury led the Wednes-

flection of his candidate The of comhverce, such as brooms, whiskbrooms work in Brazil, the founding of an this committee. Motion for adjourn day evening Y. :M. C. A. service and

!:elkn of sponsors: was postponed)l't brushes, and! n rough: gradeof agricultural college and experiment ment followed.E. gave his listeners a practical message

eta t] ftrtt meeting It was unofficial- I rope. station. -one which could be applied in

kOkI to elect two and get both In a way that would do credit to a The secretary was instructed to. I the life of each student on the cam

t sad! candy. county fair manager M. A. Baker discussed send to Dr. Rolfs a note of apprt'CiA.1 K. C1IEM INITIATESAt +

t amtttecs were appointed to look the benefits to the farmer of tion from the club. I pus.After the singing of a hymn and a

ato the matter of pictures for the the county fair. A good fair interests 1 Next week's program will be a debate the regular bi-monthly meeting I prayer, Lance read the first Chapterof

aide 1 and to draft constitution, the farmer in the agriculture on the subject: Resolved thatit of the E. K. Chemical Society., last James in which James says: "Be

cbir apputnTcu secretary nttwaittw of his county, stimulates club work I would be to the best of Ye doers of the word and not Tiearenfonly.
Herndon Hans-
Wednesday night
of one to send accounts of among the younger folks, leads to American farmer to have the government ."
iJ production of bigger and better I brough, Pete Harris, H. G. Hauser, Lance's
Wfranitation and meetings of thecounty crops own and operate the railroads. talk was along these lines
t:&" \ club to the PnlatkaFlwj livestock, and interests visitorsin McBride Carlton and Hiatt will de- i. Mr. Burr and D. Hubbard were initiated and he brought in the question of

:<11. the county. fend the negative. Chatham, Dowdell i into the society. A regular business what a Christian really is. Thoughone -
has
followed. K.
E
meeting
for the coming year were dts- Secretary McBride then read a and Wilson will uphold the affirmat may be a member of a Christian

and from appearances we arc letter from former Dean Rolfs, now Uve All Ags are requested and petitioned Gamma Sigma Epsilon, an institution and profess himself relig-

s *fiAc8t Out this club will soon be down in the state of Minas Gereas, urged to come out for the meetinff. honorary scientific: fraternity, and is ions he is not a.Christian if he be -

*i tf the best and liveliest county Braxil. Dr, Rolfs told of th* opportunities expected about Dec. 15 not a doer of the word. And thoughwe

\s tQ this etmpu Plans" now in South American agricul may all not be able to say great

'c toad fur a gct-together ol the ture and expressed his continued. in- TAMPA CLUB ORGANIZES THE FLORIDA ASTRONOMICAL | things or do great things for the

-- BASKET BALL TEA MAKES SOCIETY HOLDS FIRST i Kingdofa of Cod yet there is a duty
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for each one of us to do. We can
PLANS TO ENTERTAIN XMAS REGULAR MEETING
ourselves
keep unspotted before our
ATMcDOWALUS fellow students for one thing. Then
UN1YEUS1TY MEN ALWAYS WELCOME The Tampa Club met last Wednesday -I The first regular meeting of students -
we can go about helping each other
night in a business session and I interested in astronomy was -
with clear And
a conscience. surely
organised a basket call team to com held in Engineering Hall on Thursday -
I here hi the student body Is a ,
> pete with the other county clubs on evening, December 1st, for the
CREAM fertile field of operations in which .
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the campus and to play Hillsboro I purpose of organization.After .
we may prove ourselves true Christians
High in Tampa Christmas. Frances !I a brief and interesting talk I I
.t PARLOR --doers of the word and not
f Parker was elected manager and!! by P. J. Sweeney, who outlined the! .;;

| MAKE YOURSELVES AT HOME stated that practice would begin immediately j I object cf the club, a suitable name i hearers Mr. White only. ;.
Uv speaking what
i lIe urged the cooperation!I[was discussed, resulting in the i on a f"

Agency: Holliixs orth's Unusual Gmdics "I of all the members to come out for ':; adoption of "The Florida Christian reaDy ig summed the matter :
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'i''omlcal up by saying that to be a Christiara -
team. Society. Astron.j
jthi
i then called for is to be Cferiet-l&e aid tha :
l Pres. Biveas sug- | Following this was the
( .. v 'l stions for some kind of entertainment :!officers;. P. J. Sween.y being unan w1 At is needed today is :more try,,
fmfa..r Mir i: Christianity rather than .
t. in Tampa on Chr stmas. At the imeusJy elected president and direr a ofwhat
ONE HUNDRED FULL DRESS COATS I r' H just eaUed: r.i3crtJim .
suggestion of Pete Harris the Club tor; R. P. Perkins viee-preeideat; H.M. .I'
(appointed a committee to arrange V Braddock, secretary; Dick sfas, Merrta dismissed the me n j' .
1 AND VESTS AT for an entertainment la Tampa to !!1:treasurer; D aaUl Hobbard, matte j with" a short prayer. J E

further the interests of the University !I If matician aDd Ralph Champlin .g ,I. YartU&9 are held evervntsday W..r. ;
EACII
I $14,50 '1 I1f Florida the kind of affair to b* f l-3t..ana I I night is the. "Tr bus! --
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'It I ct a* reported to tfcc club next Tuesday After dtbeassioB of the
Jh HM auase serve bat are iaU l* t cam; see | I' axra ge-1, V
used. *&&. This h3 b ea the custom of meats for Ute page ia the S inieole
vests evcr
writs t\
ss n J oo fwcfc ferwni nw I
Dr Baw BSftraea ia teams :
tk'4dary.. J Itfee Tampa Club each yar and this tke meeting idjanrned- the Methlr'i
I r yew ra*asses wmr x**...4 if net perfectly I .I'.I'I rdlit Chose Case i
i year it J* expected:: that tie Senior ,1tIm. -
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: Bays of the HiHsborft High school Boys if yen waat some real nit'pictures i :

VENABLE'STALLACAGA. : "ill be their geests. Harris \cas \ made gQ to Vassklei's If a 12.__ RGB roan .eM a eaanoa ,.
ALABAMA *made 'hsintu of tkis committee Studio sooth side
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i sure Specfail hall tea ash, bow far ea- 6 foot S
with Owe and Weeks to serve with!,prices t. stadents. inch
:awa'.<( i Guan Hal a ootbelL.

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JAX ENTERTAINS |

': --' SCHOENBORN TO GAME IN GRAND STYLE THE UNIVERSITY BOOK STORE
HUTTO AND I
F I' I Tampa, Florida I (Continued from page one)

t, I ICE CREAM LUNCH AND CIGARS to those venerable institutions-Caro- SPECIAL CHRISTMAS SALE

508 Franklin StreetWeaver's lina, Alabama, Princeton and Har- 20 Per Cent Reduction eL

f vard. That day can come only whenFlorida's I On all Jewelry, Photo Albums, Memory Books, Belts and Belt BwvJ
p young manhood goes to its 1 Until
sf From Now ChristmasSpecial
of to ether)
instead
institution
state << Candy. See our new line of Fancy 11
prices on
universities. Dr. Murphree expressed Stationery,
f Steam Laundry state ,3
t t.t
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.S himself as sure that ths I popular prices, a splendid opportunity to secure Christmas rea -l

," FOR t tr demonstration which Jax gave will t brances. lion

r HIGH CLASS CLEANING AND PRESSING t spread to all parts of the state and -,; :----",-,- t"..,! 0"-- Ci ,
I: : t.- that Florida would surround herself 1'ue"P
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determination which will give i her the :

t.victory and which he sees in Florida I DROP IN I It
t.I GAINESVILLE PLANING AND COFFIN. CO. i in other university: 1 1I
than any

{ I Flooring, Ceiling, Siding, Finish, Complete House Bills. I I I{has and more so but in discovered her seeming her defeat Fountain Florida of j t I :-: 5. OTTO f F STOCKTAILOR Vie,

Fla.I
.Daily Capacity 25,000 Feet. Gainesville, Youth. I :

I I Commander. S. Cromwell of the .:,.. .
I oo.asooo.. .o. oeor _I Legion opened the formal part of the j Tl
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r f i program by introducing the Vice i t Alteration Cleaning Pressing

SEE KESSLER Commander, L. W. Strum, who made
It j Phone 354 Gainesville
Florida
2 For all kinds of Hauling and Moving. In case you need wood i I the address of welcome, praising the t!j t FI
t Gator team for its spirit and play I
I o. o oao. o.dooo
CALL NUMBER 9DORAN'S | I though defeated. Dr. Murphree responded S
t j jI [ I by saying the University I *+ ......

(was warm in its appreciation of Jax i
I( loyalty to the institution on the occasion -, o :;.

ifi33BffiS2fffiffiJ 3'I 1 of the game and predicted $ GAINESVILLE FURNITURE COMPANY I! --
BICYCLE SHOPEast *j great things for the future.

I Main Street if i Legionaire Phil S. May, a Florida S
BICYCLES, ACCESSORIES AND REPAIRS tfI 1 3'1' alumnus:, presented a solid gold football Victrolas and Records .

I KsasffiffiffiSRfi to Coach Kline for each player F r. -- 'I
,'I who won his letter during the year j I -- -$
as a memento from the Legion ofI 1 t D. R. Cox, Proprietor : : .! Tekpone! M I
N. Y. HATTERS | I I Jacksonville. .

We clean and block your old Hats, all new styles I I From the ladies who chaperoned at -

and shapes. See CLYATT TAYLOR, No. 42 Buckgman. I the dance came a beautiful large basket ..... ..

j 0CHESNUT'S I of golden chrysanthemums with +
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1 the words
"To our Eootball Teamof

Whom We Are Proud." Ir I
4I o -' AMERICAN SHOE REPAIR COMPANY
An unexpected feature was the '
SHOE PARLOR 't presentation to North Carolina of a
i AND SHINE
PARLOR
I SOUTH SIDE SQUARE beautiful silver cup on which wereengraved $ .
Electric Shoe Repair Department Work Guaranteed t the words: "Presented to -" -. A
1 SHOE SHINE PARLOR j the University of .North Carolina e Louis EliadeSj Proprietor

I Football Team from Jacksonville Tar 115 W. MAIN STREET 1
* I - - Heels 1921." i N. PHONB W: 1I

gffgggffifiHgggggr I The University Orchestra furnished N. D. Cooper, Agent; Room'13, Buekmaa :
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i Boys, when you plant Seeds, be sure to get them from.. II | 'j jam the music and Spear for the were dancing on hand and to Mark- ............................. ..

SEMINOLE SEED COMPANY L I pro I r '{ r -= r1J; 1r: fL.. ilX: JTt :I
I I' vide colors to distinguish students
; :B Gainesville, : : : Florida g |,f present among the dancers. Regester Ii w PICK YOUR WAY TO .

&&&8&&& I i and Savage performed the same function -
J for the Vocational Men. Tha The Grinesville Cafeteria
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|University men were especial guests
i t JOHNSON'S PHARMACY\ I'of j the evening and had the privilege 10 i ACROSS FROM A. C. L. DEPOT ..
: Drugs, Medicines, Stationery, Toilet and Rubber Goods t I!to cut-in on any"Jacksonville danc-I
I We The best place to eat after all. Our prices are as reasonable ,
guarantee personal attention! to Prescriptions. Only I i ing with some one who they desiredas
I I pu est.drugs used. Low prices. Quality considered. I a partner. The city folks wera I as you find. t
I I Gainesville, Florida. not accorded the '
t b"
privilege
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sponded nobly to the -* the
I occasion. t Ii. $5.00lEAL! TICKETS FOR $3.90
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THE FLORIDA NATIONAL L % .'. ... r order t catch the Spec: J to Gaines-J -
ville down at the 1 i
Union .Station.:)
The New Million Dollar Bank" Resources Over f" "; .. ..09f Ii IiI j I[I I''
f I FREE RIDE Thousands of Feet of Hose
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I The "Baraca Special" leaves the .
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corner of Buckman Hall about 9:3
THE PHIFER STATE BANK .
I Sunday mornings.A t
I Silk, Wool, Cotton, Cashmere-Sizes 9 to 12-Color*, $os*
Strong, Safe and Accommodating i
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speech, a well known lecturer
SESffifflffi ffif 2ffiSHS says, should be like a woman's street to nuts-Prices 25e to $1.60

dress, long enough to cover the sub- .
ject but short enough to be

Popular Goods at Popular Prices atBURKHIM'S Ing. -Rat R.interest-I I. }TUFFS! DI

L I PROBLEM'S SOLVED AT LAST I
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Dr. Sweat in -Hygiene Class-"Rats I BURNETT THE CLOTH.

carry fleas which transmit the bubonic t
plague which is a very contageou 1
disease ." +ooooo -
GREENBERG'S ----- For r eoo
QUALITY STOREA many years attempts oiCOODY'S
I have been made to state why
Complete Line of Gents'
Furnishings
I there
are so few upper classmen. We
ii Our Prices Will Suit You greatly appreciate Dr. Sweat's ex CAFETERIAand

SOUTH SIDE SQUARE planation. Since the "Rats" car care

1 L: 01 to "flee" it is not surprising that the DINING ROOMGAINESVILLE "
I
upper classmen "plague" them. No
wonder that the "Rats" leave and it FLORIDA
GIFTS THAT LAST I
is not surprising that the plague don't Invites
to
Large and varied line of Gold Filled and Sterling Silver Fountain get more of the upperclassmen_... Strictly you American take your meals with them while in the city

Tens, Pencil, Collar Pins, Vest Chains, Fob Chains, Dickens Chains, "Sops," Juniors, and Seniors, beware served all hours of, all home cooking: A variety of foods
day until
Waldemar Chains and other nice pieces of Jewelry suitable for men place. 12 p. m. Prices cheap aa ash

and boys. L. C. SMITH\ South Side SquareS I :
I 108 East Main
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hri penalty made difficult to score. |. I
The detailed records of each sid
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. are: Florida tried 22 forward passes, Here'svhy CAMELS are
j completing 9 for a total gain of 84

1 nda IE RO'VDY"I yards; North Carolina tried 19, completing i
J ( 9 for a total gain of 101 the
Tuesday- II yards. North Carolina gained 157 quality cigarette
Anita Stewart inPLAYTHINGS yards through the line to Florida's ,
OF DES- I : 28, while Florida gained 74 yards

TINY around end to North Carolina's 11 we put th utmost quality into this
J yards. Florida kicked 6 times for BECAUSE
Wednesday ""T Camels are as good as it's -
an average of 45 yards to North possible
In I
-EVERYTHING:Mary McAvoy FOR Carolina's 7 times for an average of 3 for skill, money and lifelong knowledge of
,36 yards. Florida -
ran back kickoffs
SALE" r, fine tobaccos to make a cigarette.
and punts 49 yards to North Caro-

Thursday- Ij I i lina's 39. Altogether, including kick- Nothing is too good for Camels. And bear this
, Gareth Hughes in I ing, Florida advanced the ball 505
> "THE HUNCH"ODLE yards to North Carolina's 495. in mind! Everything is done to make Camels the

Friday- I Florida was penalized 7 times for 6 a best cigarette it's possible to buy. Nothing is done .

CLASS" offsides; North Carolina twice for 1'
; = simply for show.
4 'offside, 3 times for holding and once '!
Saturday r
"FORBIDDEN FRUIT" for delaying the game. The peculiar Take the Camel package for instance. It's the
J i part of the offside penalties Is that 8 -,
l"'_ were while North Carolina was in -- i'' s most perfect packing science can devise to pro-
I
I TURKISH&DOMESTIC '
possession of the ball with Florida c,aNn tect cigarettes and keep them fresh. Heavy paper
the offender, thus giving North Car-
to'seal
-secure foil wrapping-revenue stamp
olina first down in each case. This
SPORTINGGOODS permitted North Carolina to carry the fold and make the package air-tight. Butthere's

Football the ball 76 times to Florida's 59 and nothing flashy about it. You'll find no .
Ted with teams about equal it is safe to
say the aide holding the ball the extra wrappers. No frills or furbelows.
i Baseball Basketball longer will win.

From the above statistics the Flor- Such things do not improve the smoke any more

: QUALITYSERVICEBaird ida supporters do not see that North than premiums or coupons. And remember--you

Carolina won a decisive victory nor must pay their extra cost or get lowered quality.
Hardware Co. that her passes baffled Florida, bul .. .
, that she won by Florida's offside pen- If you want the smoothest, mellowest, mildest
r alties and a supremacy in opening free
cigarette you can imagine-and one entirely
holes in Florida's line. < -'

In conclusion, I do wish to say thatwe .from cigaretty aftertaste,

are more keenly disappointed than
S H '0 E S would ordinarily be the case for the It's Camels for you.iiIgrne1.

reason that the team went down ti
H B. M. TENCH, H defeat after fighting its way into

complete supremacy, that it had to

0 Gainesville, 0 leave the field a loser to a fast
crumpling and defeated opposition.It .
is like the feeling that must po-
E Florida E sess a boxer who sees his opponent
reeling in front of him at the close

8 HOE S of the match only to lose on points.

The Gator team went on the fieldin
the second half with the deter-
mination to wipe out the Tar Heel
4III
'' score and the effort it made will
1" the R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY, Winston-Salcm, N. C.
t tI never be forgotten by spectatorsor
NORAH ,
A by its opponents. The third periodsaw
the tide turn and the North
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Art and Gift Shop
i ii Carolina team changed from a confident -
I Futures and Picture Fnmes de-
i .,.....4I4 4a .- 1 I aggressor to a desperate texts for each. The lessons brought contained therein hold an abundance extra print of their picture made tG

-fender. out in his talk should be well heededby I of food for deep thinking.All I I be used in the Clubs' section of th. III
It will be a gleam of satisfactionfor all Christians and the thoughts members are urged to have an Seminole.Furchgott's .
J.W. MCOLLUM & CO. all the(| Florida supporters to
DRUGGISTSTHE cheered fighting r
know that they a
REXALL STORE eleven that refused to be beaten and
Agents for that it has carried on the best traditions I

Uggetts and Norris Candice6eirieeTille of their Alma Mater.
Fla. Men's Store

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+ NOTICE-TENNIS PLAYERS*
DR. TENCH + +
Dentist + The interclass tennis tourna-, -- II

Office Graham Building ment will take place on Monday, :.:. '....
Offioe and Wednesday of + .....
Phone: Res. Phone: + Tuesday, -I" ;: ",7 l'f. _::' .: -
S58-J 369-J + next week. All students desir- + =f-t.-" -- -
+ ing to take part therein must + / : The

.'... ------ ...I hand in their names to Dr. ManChester + ':> -' ,,. ... .
I O, at the Y. M. C. A. not + 'fJ
W. S. DORSEY & CO. + : best place ':: :! :
+ later than the night of Dec. 10. + <- .. .
I Everything in GroceriesFor + + + + + + + + + + + .- > : ,- .'
1 .
Goodness Sake Drink 0 : .
in Florida
DORSET'S DELIGHT COFFEE Boys, if you want some real nice : : tl

..... ..1 pictures made, go to Vansickel's .
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Studio, south, side square. Special :; r
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........ to shops :
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prices to students. V. ''. )
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CLUB
BAPTIST
: The Baptist club met as usual in -:. 11

COMPANY : the Gym at two o'clock Sunday af-
ternoon. Mr. McRane presided over ,
--Drngists- : Phone 32 .. the business portion of the meeting "TKd Store Accommodating' p =

... .,.., in the absence of the president. The
1 p devotional exercises were conductedby Write us your wants OJ: _
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t 3t 3i Everything Electrical Mr.: Hiott in an able manner. His when you;: can't cose -
I talk centered on four phases 'of human 1".2
JOS. J. SEYKORA r j 1 weaknesses, namely, Pride, Selfishness "ll\ the heart of JacHsorwille11II ; _

Phone 107 Gainesville, Fla. I Covetousness and< Backsliding .
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and declared that BEHOLD, THE TIME IS AT. HAND REGGIE SEES IT THRU imity, to mine, "but I '
certain degree
.. -- to a this ar
i I r. : -1 the noblest of American games was Oxford, Eng., have way to worry because -then I .'I

I -- headed for a downfall unless college Now in these days comes Doctor Nov. 1, 1921. torn." about havill"--,

f .... I I faculties began to exercise control Sweeney crying about the Campus:
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.. of players and fix Dear Percy: Extremely practical
eligibility of
t
t upon thirsteth and
that ye h
Ho, every one er.
: I penalties for gambling when it is Well, Percy,. I received your letter cy'Z' I congratulated }he *
unto
me; fill
enhungered come '
I I : THE l STYLES t known to occur. He asked that noI that are I some time ago. Old Jelly-fish, I am I II score, of course; thG.ugh 1_ .
{ ; ; .. ,. passedbut I for behold, now is the accepted time, er a loss to explain <
be
laws and regulations "'r-
t i more hear that
!. glad indeed to you are up .
the
t to leave the matter *p the honesty today is the day of our meeting, this I triumphant secret to me.
holding the British reputation
f
I At I and integrity of the faculties. night will we gather together to consider I among the Yankees over there !j I Old thing, I have .. -.

., I Before adjourning a resolution was the nebular of the zodiacal ex- in the States. They may think *:* !(further my naturally i

t t -passed appointing a committee of altation and lock up on the starspan- { easy to spoof us; but-to employ one r perament might have eat v ol.
five to investigate all colleges in the unto all ( but at the moment the
BAILEY'SEmanate t gled erebus. Assemble me of their own quaint phrasesthey'llhave ;' fat '
t association as to the entrance requirements elevated-minded students and we up once more and I real
ye another think coming in your ..
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t presented by athletes, as radiant wherq t i time of parting was
points at.
will turn to the i case, eh, old oyster? ha I Jill
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I tow many years played and where, positions of the universe far above I quite carried away by, #te .
careful Now Percy, I want to tell aboutone i.
from
you
a
I what made, how many days cants of the
grades the minds of the darkened masses pf realization..,
tricket'matches
t survey of college styles t tf off, whether still in college, and any I human conception toward the candle- of our scrum j "At least, I must know t
f with Harrow and about what J'tIr
throughout the country. t t't other matter that might be deemed (labrum of heaven and not the candies happened 11 whispered huskily.

f; 1 important. In particular it was de- I which illuminate the afterwards-especially what "
of the gods Ii "Why !
fl the
A' sure _
afterwards. that yo ,.
happened You knew e .
: tided to know the salaries paid to
-SUITS ,the immortal and speakto
spirits of
sponded,
; I with baffling
coaches, because of the claim that the '11 had made the team, didn't you, i
the heart of the humble. Let, ye "I'm
I I has been commercialized in i :] Percy old thing? Yet i did, too!-i !{i Sally McQuinnis, from
-OVERCOATS t game so who will gather with me, man, woman zoo, Michigan best
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some schools that they are no longer I II I am the mascot, and at intervals in the town j it II GacF
child, and beast to heed the ostentation I old U. S. A.!"
:: f the play I dash over to the tuck-shop and
:1 : -RAINCOATS worthy to hold membership in of both god and goddessthat J I
I association with the schools where to the mortal vision for i bring back little favors for the other !j| Percy, it would be toy n B
stoop
;
F HATS and CAPSSHIRTS scholarly ideals and amateur athletics players, in the shape of deviled kidneys j tags to run up to see t$a
: the constelations these "
will study I
: we 1'T
t are placed above the ambition to win orbs of fire that guide through the or seed-puddings along with I I lady at your leisure Mi&gsi .
_. [flagons of stout and rumshrub. be only a few miles from Ga ,
t & t games. One example was cited wherea darkness with the ecancipation of the f Thi'3l '
school with a student body of not i Harrow match was a glorious p cy, according to my study of y'
out into the
that reaches
ambition un-
I ; t UNDERWEAR d' t more than 1200 expended $15,000 for known. Yea, we will consider the though our off-stump and mid-Ieqri! geography.'S. imoi
I last
r coaching alone. were slightly at times and liver, old
t t sentinels that have set their watch i in scraggy Doodle-bag,
Fie
I -HOSIERY. .: anti; The list of colleges in the associa- heavens and look down upon mortals not to mention the fact that the Har- I A. REGINALD DEU cha

.. tion, with the exception of a few that throughout the ages from their posi-I row bowlers threw our batters ino '"-
1
4 : have been lately admitted I' a state of blue funk now and hen. |
are as tion in the sky. Ah, those ever- Building Boom itht
4I follows: TO be sure, I did my utmost to carry
t ji* blossoming, lovely stars, the for-get-
ma
k t' Vanderbilt. me-nots of the angles! Let them our boys to victory-but I fear that Is Underway
I Best Values in the State Univ. I my efforts were too little [ of
of North Carolina. appreciat
ornament minds those stellar
t our ,
II i }
ed. I t)(
t Univ. of South Carolina. bodies in their station shall life ourideals I (j Throughout!!,! M(
.
., I Univ. of Mississippi. to the scripture of the skies. I The final score was 116 to 0. Our 9 Tf

t Washington and Lee. .__-- To the Goddess, Venus, will we look opponents made the 116. Washington, t/ec. 8.-A .:> tn
I I
BAILEY Trinity College. ?.&"........AJ',.'''.. as we study the heavens and the circuits Well, Percy, T now come to the} J I building boom, stimulated by Piv
-
I t.. Unir. of Tennessee _'- of the constellations.; TheGreat I I r dancing-party, givert by our teats 'dent Harding's recent, unealpJ j Sv.;

t Univ. of Alabama. Bear will talk of his brother that evening, to entertain of
The Clothier i '** the cricketers 'conference, and a. greater outpiti
West Virginia Univ. I the Little Dipper, and then of Orien, I from Harrow. One of our half- i] iron and steel has resulted iaa bt

'\ Franklin St., cor. Twigga ': Univ. of Missouri. the Seven Sisters, as they move thru i, legs (who happens to be under C'lllJ J provement in industrial and coma hE

I Univ. of Texas.RandolphMacon. the heavens from one end of them to lary obligations to me) was considerate I tray conditions, according to figs to

f TAMPA, FLORIDA t Woman's College. the. other. Come forth and join me enough to secure my admission I' published yesterday by the Depc
Tulane Univ.Goucher .
t all ye star-gazers and we will apply to the scene of festivity, and also to ment of Commerce, in its "''anneji t1a.

t tf College. ourselves to the ocellations of the make me acquainted with a certain current business." ,
: r Univ. of) Virginia.RandolphMacon f
stellar bodies as they move on their emphatically entrancing American The! Department noted a frf a;
,
f t Agnes Scott College. orbits, appearing from behind the t young lady, who chanced to be among decline of prices during October 1

I .l--------f' Univ. of College. curtain of darkness, and climbing to .those present. Of tour,.-, I secured on a smuch smaller scale than ed t

Univ. of Georgia. the zenieth, then descending into the the next band with this del.-taMe! in the year. The relative tib3of e

Southwestern Chattanooga. oblivion) beneath the horizon. Gather creature. We circled,the room slowly prices and the improved buii

1 : DR. MURPHREE AND DR. ROE- Mercer Unfv.Millsaps Presbyterian Univ. I hither all ye Stellarics; we will penetrate my partner seeming ro find difficulty ; situation, as evidenced favors hf! a i

.- I MEB ATTEND COLLEGE MEET College. I the mistries of the satilites, and in adjusting her' step to .:y further business improvement, 1 ji

l.." ., Converse College. J consider the Queen of the night, Venus naturally more sedate one, and bob- i! survey stated. :;

Continued from Page One) I Univ. of Louisiana. the Goddess of Love, who shall bing up and down all the while in the I Low prices of agricultural l pi '

i Texas and Virginia, the' latter having j Univ. of Florida. I teach us how to observe the moon- oddest ular manner imagi.i-.ble. Her sing- and the consequent decreased 1 1i bsi .c

only a 'few more with a population Johns Hopkins Univ. -, beams so that we may know whichis motion rather perplexed me, I i I power of the farmers is held I, -,
\ I the best side of the tree to sit on confess; nor was I[
three times that cf Florida. In consideration Rice Institute. _, consternation department to be the most _j
i to make love when is the. timeto diminished when she i 1 i
of population Florida leads Florida State proper preyed a most drawback to a 100 per cent burevival. eiI
I College for Women.
the entire south. Univ. of Louisville. say '.'Sweetie" how is the best alluring nose against my coat-lapel, i!I I I.

1 Dr. Clyde Furst, of the Carnegie State Univ. of Kentucky. way to spoon; what is the manner to I and delivered a most< suprisi: ig I Calculations made by the Dcpi
make love aright. Come unto andI mark: "Wake old dear this! I !
i Foundation for Advancement of George Peabody College for Teach- me I! up re-I: ment show that the monthly expert
will teach the of love for i funeral, she quavered. "Come trade &
Teaching, New York, gave a digest of ers.College. you ways: I of the United States for
I all colleges for present year. While of Charleston: I have had experience and Iv the I let's toddle a little!" I past six months is greater thai '"

I many older institutions granted from Emory Univ.Davidson stars have become a master of matrimony I Perplexing young person! How I 1913, even making an allowance fc<

twenty to twenty-four units of credit '.College.f in which I have my degree. could she expect me t, comp.- 'JenJ an increase of fifty per cent in pn* .

; to high school graduates, most o Yea, verily, I have graduated in the j! her American'ernacuJdj..". On that basis, exports are ten pereS

them give no more than sixteen. OUR WARRIORS art of love. Amen. I I At the end of the band, we adjourned greater than the 1913 average, b W

Florida stood out with the largest :Mr. Sweeny states that he has organized I to the veranda, to observethe imports are ten per cent less. ,

freshman class, receiving only six Our warriors goOn the above society so that he !' poetical aspect of the deliquescent Unemployment conditions cod

teen units entrance credits. Alsa it i alien soil, too far himself may be president and occupy moon. Percy, the atmosphere was ued to improve in October, aeeorJt

I stood first in permitting no condi Per sight or sound away the the chair and that whomsoever shall essentially romantic-and I admit to the report.
I battle's
tional admissions. It was broughtI fought; join this celebrated astrological society that my thoughts soon began to takea

i I J that the Southern Institutions en And yet, we know proving himself a virtuous somewhat ardent turn. While sunk MAY\ NOT OPPOSE
,. forced their admission personage who shall have dipped into in this state
regulationsmore The strain of mind, I fear that 1
: of fight GERKAStl
t how went the LOAN TO
regidly than in the Northern I dayAmong the.fountain. of _night. and soaked" into I must have maintained a sentimental

schools. I himself a _sufficient knowledge of I silence, from which I roused
thoseranks was by
I Dr. Kelly delivered an address upon -J 'deed and how each the stellaric philosophy that he can !' the voice of the young creature be- Paris, Dec.8.f.If Germany
was wrought. good will meet!
the Curriculam produce a worthy thesis the stars side and sincerity in
r of American Col : on me. "Doesn't moonlight have her

leges. He showed that English, History !. Our warriors come ; shall be admitted and shall share any effect on you Englishmen at all?" ary and indemnity obligations in will IV**

French, and Mathematics, in thi Through some office in this famous society, she quired, regarding me in the most February, France
eager crowds, out to the oppose a foreign loan to Gennttt'said
order named I there being office less than that
no
were the most popular field- rougish manner! I roused myself .
courses the : | of star-gazer, which is highly hon- with vigorous Louis Loucheur, French ,m ?
Two
pursued by vast majority lines crash, great a affirmative, which I ber of the commitfi*
shoulders reparations
of students. By this be showed : heave, orable to even the most enthusiastic immediately proved-by quoting, withne yesterday.

that the general tendency is to de- One mad, swift run. aspirant. "So be it. Amen.J.." abandon, certain amorous lines M. Loucheur
Loa1
I velope a broad general .education uponwhich And then, the line D. W. from our great poets. The render- immediately will go to *
b never yields- I to confer with Sir &
to build professional ings seemed to meet with I -
a course A hard, sad the ap- bert
", rather than to enter at once upon achieve. game- with nothing to i Sweeney (to the Astronomy Club"What ) proval of my auditor, if her sympathetic chequer Home in chancellor of the ,f.t

+ Technical work at the beginning of i- are the heavenly bodies?" and hearty laughter is any I, This the British cabinet. _: .1{.

the college course. Our warriors hear. Club (in unison)-"The Father, the t'indication.My (I many's conference wBf! relate totGer
Son and the financial position affe
as
Holy Ghost.
Chaplain
Phillips, of Sewanee They need our voices in their fight. fair companion's locks were by the indemnity obligations and t
University of the South-President of And will our be clubbed short, in the all-prevalent Wiesbaden
the S. I. A. songs sad or sweet? The Rats are plump downhearted i; agreement, by wDki
A. When Yankee
spoke upon the relionof one brave cheer ; fashion; and (my exeuber- Germany is
athletics to they can't lick the Sophomores in enabled to make a'larJI
Can
college life.
He catch ence now quite
deplored
team overwhelmning
a up, in its me) I payment in
might goods ,
anything. instead of gold
j f the spirit of commercialism, And sweep it on, to victory, from tho. As There's a silver Lining, i actually ventured to comment on her

gambling, and professionalism, that defeat! Rat Hills said after the I style of coiffure! "You must never Anyone
- some schools seem to game: "Well, we won the tug-of-war tell I wishing :instruction iIItt
have developed I anyone she warbled, bending : fine art
-A Gator anyway." her of carving beefsteak a]p#'
physiognomy into
alarming prox- Duke Baya. -
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