The Florida alligator
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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 16, 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>]
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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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GRIDIRON TITLE I CHAMPKlock Coach Mine Announces Prospects i!!I COL. CAGE SERIES I PASSED BY S.I.A.A: 1111

Featured by Hard and Cohen Good for Next Season. I I -
Game Was Copped Doubles i I
Champioship Was Determined
Florida May Become Member of
}fighting by Both Teams. I by Defeating Helseth" and t tJ'omeroy. Columbia Game Almost Cer i
Upon Percentage Basis-Ags.
tain. the S. I. C., Which Number 1111
Touch-downs Due to .
Both I Finished With Perfect Stand Many Prominent Schools in its 1fl

:Breaks in the Game. (Coach Kline on S. I. A. A.) -
The annual tennis tournament was I ing. Membership
r Coach Kline went up to the S. I.
,, held upon Monday, Tuesday, and
Tk Juniors defeated the Sopho- A. A. conference to work_ on nextyear's By their defeat of the Lawyers the
Wednesday. The singles championship Coach Kline and Professor Beck-
9 to 7 in a hard fought game football schedule. He an-
Ags won the inter-mural basketball
sores at Fleming which was played off on Tuesday, represented Florida at the S. I. A. A.
ist Thursday afternoon 'I nounces that !Florida has made a championship of the last
football was won by Harold Klock. On the campus Conference in Birmingham on Friday
field and'won the interclass I big impression among the "big boys"of 1 i l Tuesday night. The series of games week. The
following day, he and Cohen took the and Saturday of last
c1-ampiQtl.Shi p. I I doubles title by defeating Helseth I Southern football and that he has has been played upon: the percentage I conference adopted some regulationsof

The game was a hard struggle I and Pomeroy. All the were heard nothing but praise i for the I system, each college! p.IaYing.ev every interest'and importance the
fto:! > ut,'both teams being evenly played with great spirit and were I team from a":' Quarters. Though thereare I ether college one garn By winning student body. ..

f Bitched In the first five minutesof exhibitions excellent prospects for a fine their last game the Ags came thru
good of racquet
play that Juniors took the ball to schedule next year, yet little has the tournament with a clean slate. A freshman athletics rule was passed
On Monday one match of college been which requires that all men must
25-yard line and really definitely settled in regard -
'ter opponents finals was played off by Williamsand to it. It is The score was overwhelmingly 'n .be in attendance one full collegiate ..
_._jmah booted the pigskin square- Windish, the sole representatives practically certain favor of the Ags, 41 to 9. However, year at his institution before he mayrepresent '
that Miss. A. & M. Tulane
The first period Tennessee -
between the bars. of the Law and Engineering Colleges t tI the Lawyers were forced to play it in athletics. .
faded with Juniors 3, Sophs 0. Alabama, and North Carolina without (
their regular line-up, and
respectively. Williams'had decided
I a will be jn next year's list, possibly A migratory, really anti-migratory,
In tie second period neither team edge upon his opponent, winningby Virginia and South Carolina :were consequently much handicapped. regulation is also now in force in theS.

I was able to score but along the last scores of 6-0 and 61. Further and most important too.the Although outplayed all the way I. A. A. It provides that any

|of the period the Juniors carried the In the Arts and Science eliminations university are the most excellent o round the Lawyer tossers put upa student who plays freshman scrub or

I baIl within striking distance but the Hackney and Baker defeated prospects for intersectional good fight and did not concede the varsity athletics at one institutionmay
an I
htt ended before they had a chance I Webster and Crawford, 3-6, 6-3, and with Columbia University of game New game until it was won. not represent another S. I. A. A.

tosoore. Score, Juniors 3'Sophs 0. i 6-4. In the singles Crawford trimmed York City, the largest university in Lineup: school during their college career. The

Tie Sophs came back strong in the I Duckworth, 6-1, 6-1. Robbins the world. So that though the sched- Ags Lawyers I rule was adopted to prevent larger

I third period and at one time it looked beat Webster 36, 8-6, and 8-6. Klock ule next year is not yet settled it }is Williamson ((8) RF Skelly (2)) institutions from taking good ath
I u if they were going to win. Buie, I won from ,Hackney, 6-3 and 64. certain that the 1922 'G tor eleven Brumby-(15)( ) LF Barnes ((2)) letes away from the smaller schools.

after intercepting a forward pass, Crawford defeated Baker, 6-2, 10-8.. will have a stint; .assi mpi "t banded I I Norton ,"'. -*-'.....,e* :,.',Jnncan (Ii) ,It, however,.is not retroactive, meaning -
yule asensational run for 40 "yards In the Ag elimination matches 'out to IT.TWENTYONE Richbourg (6)) RG Hare i that it has no effect -on men who

|*4 a\touchdown< and the goal was kicked Chatham defeated Helseth 6-4, 64. I I White (10)) LG' Byro may have transferred from one Institution -

;; This placed the Sophs in the lead Pomeroy won from McKay 6-0, 60. Oft the same night the Engineers before the time of the adop

|tat "Pee Wee" Ferris, the right endear Pomeroy defeated Chatham 6-2, 6-0. MEN I( took the measure of the Teachers to I tion of the rule. For instance Hoyt

[ ,saved the day for the Juniors by On Tuesday Klock defeated Robbins the tune of 20 to 12, The game was Carlton, who played with Georgia
intercepting a forward and racing 6'!, 6-0. Williams defeated Tech before coming to Florida, is unaffected -
pass GET COVETED T i peppy from the start to finish and .
for 25 yards for a touchdown. Bob 'I Pomeroy 6162. Klock won from I I was featured by good playing on both by the new ruling.
|Little missed goal. Score, Juniors 9, Baker 7-9, 6-2, 6-2, taking the individual sides. 1 The S. I. A. A. track meet will be
&ph17. title for the tournament. Al- FOR GRID WORKThe I Line-up held at Louisiana State U.; the second

In the fourth though Baker played a good game : Saturday in May 1922. The S. I. A.
period neither team
____ i I Teachers
I Engineers A. basketball tournament will be heldin
['Ill able to advance the ball very far.Palter and covered the court in fine styla
grabbed the steady, accurate ,work of Klock Athletic Association has awarded i Beck ((6)) RF Ferris ((9) Atlanta, Ga., September 24 to 23.
a and
i, but the Sophs pass held fast ran and I proved too much for him.Klock F's to twenty-two men who earned I Hait ((4)) LF Eddy ((6)) I A pring basketball trip has been

I held his end well throughout the their football letters in the season Robertson ((2 C Butler(2)( announced and will include game
jrfttt exchanging the end up
punts game of 1921. (Fuller) \ I with the following teams on the date
et skill that marked
Score, Juniors 9, Sophs 7. I series, displaying Moore *
in These and the positions they RG Gunn given:
I him as one with a bright prospect men
Line Up. the tennis world. t played in most of the games are as Clegg LG MahannahS( ) I April 7 & 8-U. S. Infantry School.

Sopbs Juniors On Wednesday Klock and Cohen follows: I (Scott) r April 10 & Mississippi College.

errin lef end Simmons defeated Helseth and Pomeroy 4-6, Carl Perry-Guard (Capt.) : In the games played last week April 12 & 13-U. of Mississippi.

Bo'd) left tackle Winfield 6-2, 57. The two teams were very Henry PerryGuard.R. I the Arts and Sciences beat the Law- April 14 & 15-U. of Alabama.On .

Johnson left guard Cobbeuflt I i evenly matched and the outcome was C. Dickson-Fullback. yers 19-12, and the Ags trimmed the April 20 and 21, Virginia Polytechnic -

in doubt until the last. T. Hoyt Carlton-Quarterback. !(Teachers 2619. Institute will play Florida on
center Calton T. H. Duncan-Halfback (Capt. elect) I The line-ups were as follows: Fleming Field.Professor .

Perry right guard Little Charley Wilskie-Center. A. & S. Lawyers Beck announced that

W&lIace right tackle Duncan J1MMYBOYDTOBE I Ark Newton-Halfback.I. I Potter (8)) RF Hitchcock( Florida, along with Tulane, Vander-

Go Miller right Ferris W. ScottTackle.M. I Fahs (6)) LF McMullen ((4) bilt and'Louisiana State tJ., is considering

theu end 'GATOR MAN IN '22 H. Rosenhouse-Guard. I Thompson (5)) C Swanson(2)( membership in the Southern Intercollegiate
quarterback Byrd
. .Miller W. H. Renfroe-Halfback. j I Alderman RG Flood Confesence, which baa

left halfback Baya i Shorty Gunn-Tackle or guard. I Jackson LG Gray (3)I( in its membership many of the larger
right halfback Wesson I I football colleges like
1{a ewa full back Mohannah Jimmy Boyd was elected managerof R. M. Swanson-End. Teachers Maryland. Virginia u.
tea the 1922 Gator squad last Wed- Arthur Doty-Tackle. Ags
'-. : Sophs Markham John- I Fuller
(8)) RF Williamson
of Don TolbertGuard.R. ((12)
D.' For large majority vote
Juniors-Yarriof, Parker. nesday student by a body. Burnett-End. i Clegg (2)) LF Brumby(7)( ) Street car fares in Berlin are half
Ilh'NES He has served during the season Jim Merrin-Fullback. I Hait (7) C Richbourg ((5) a cent and the companies are making
ENROUTE TO LONDON WuthrichTackle.Red I Perry (2)) RG Norton money.
assistant E. F.
of the
just past as one ..
i Moore ..
Berlin LG ---
Dee. 15.Hugo Stinnes, managers under Dick Stanley, ably MountsEnd.W. .- # tions."
ierozt industrial magnate and fi'i"HWon demonstrating his ability along the M. Robinson-Guard. .
cs THE BOYS' BAPTIST CLUB As this the last
iL Germany, is enroute for managerial line. During the week Stuart PomeroyHalfback.George meeting before

flick today to confer with British preceding the North Carolina game Stanley-Quarterback. the Christmas holidays, the president

!iv lIs] on the reconstruction of Rus- he spent an, entire week in Jackson- J. O. CoxHalfback.And The Boys' Baptist Club met with a impressed it upon the minds of the

f3:? Stifles and other German I ville making arrangements for the last, but not least is ft. L- very good attendance Sunday p. m. members present. "To let our plan
. non claim that the reconstruc- post-season contest. He has takenan "Dick" Stanley, to whom has been After Mr. Walker, the president, of the Boys' Baptist Club of the U. ofF

of__Russia is essential to Euro- active interest in' all things relat- awarded the football manager's let made a few remarks appropriate for be known to our home folks and

f pnreutinry' and is the only means ing to the advancement of Florida ter. the occasion, the meeting was given community."
German student here, over to Mr. McQuoiter, who, after The club hopes to see this movement
* bankruptcy. ItIrodoa while he has been a
s 1 learn e l that the invitation to and to all indications he will make Someone says China's great need reading a few verses from Scripture, take on new life and enter int. .

.. in the saddle who will brought out the of the of with
ct ftlS received by Herr Stinnes one of the most capable managersthe "is someone emphasized points new year 1922 greater
oTa Premier Lloyd George. squad has ever had. f provide a stable government. "Christ's Power in Resisting Tempta- determinations.

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!self conspjcaoas this vetk by his ab- 50S Franklin StreetVeaVer'S
; SPECIAL CHRISTMAS SALE I headquarte'sin I .
: serce from his former .

,; -: 20 Per Cent Reductionn I, the basesent of Language Ha-1 I I ..... ... ..... ... -- -.- ... ....
8 Back! Leonard Weson. 'J
1 On all Jewelry, Photo Albums, Memory : t Belt : ** He lays the blame on .
r .! From Now Until ChristmasSpecial i' ""Check" Byrd and Floyd Feris i Steam Laundry I
close eni
who he claims, are too I
t line of SUtioocry, with } I H
prices on CatxAy. See our new Fancy g his trail for his enjoyment. Otherwise FORHIGH
t popular prices, a splendid opportunity to seure Christmas reaswabraoces. IJ' he would show them who's who. i I
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; The ""Baraea Special" leaves the I' D
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,'" i Flooring Ceiling, Siding, Finish, Complete! House
I L t I f{ Famous .saying of Jack Wakh: I|I BSs.Daily .
I !"I've never been in love before, but I j Capacity 25,000 Feet. Gaiaesrffle! ,Fh.
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sure do know what it is now.
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t I The parties that made so many j It
t; Alteration Cleaning PressingGainesville t'calls on the royal family Sunday j i r SEE KESSLER'I I
tnight learned one great lesson: That j
f Phone 354 Florida it takes the "jack"-to draw a queen. !j jI! t For all kinds of Hauling ana Moving. In case you need wool I I i

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"Tubby" Gleason wishes to an- ;; jfj II t
East Main Street
i nounce that in a few weeks his side !|
Victrolas and Records burns will compare favorably with r rF !* | BICYCLES, ACCESSORIES AND REPAIRS

those of any other jelly-bean. j jj ;! jBS2f2ffiffiRfifflfafiHtt! ;
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D. R. Cox, Proprietor : : : Telephone SG I j Dr. Enwall is teaching the Methodist f
i { Baraca Class. Come and hear N. Y. HATTERS :

I I Ti I him.i We clean and block your old Hats, all new styles} :
....................... ....... I I r rI rI and shapes. See CLYATT TAYLOR, No. 42 Bock-

i 1 ij .... .. 1 If Jimmy Boyd better known as man. .
j Red, keeps worrying over his new

; i AMERICAN SHOE REPAIR COMPANY >duties as acting football manager it __ .... .. .- .... 4 ._
will be one more case of "Silver

I : AND. SHINE PARLOR I :. Threads Among-the Gold." ii I i iI t CHESNUT'S SHOE PARLOR I

,,' ." Our fellow student "Rat" Duncan Electric Shoe Guaranteed I
I 1"- Louis Eliades, Proprietor 4 Repair Department Work
r' who it is rumored has Phi Kappa Phi t '
r, : 115 .\v. MAIN STREET, N. PHONE 139_ : j I!pretensions. :was seen slipping in his SHOE SHINE PARLOR_ ,1.j
winks 1 stVedne3'y -. --- "'CJa 'CIIa': --- -
) ; : N. D. Cooper, Agent; Room 13, Buckman 4 forty ::!it
( in class. gfiXifsssiHSffiffiffifi J S! .
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W => ,..::: .::x ::x :F 1 1t We have been wondering; the new I ffiffi Boys, when you plant Seeds, be sure to get them from.

PICK YOUR WAY TO pair of glasses in the Fresh Law class t tI SEMINOLE SEED COMPANYGainesville
I 1 i I have been occasioned by the scintillating -j: !fj : ._ : : .._ FIoriiI
!! The Gainesville Cafeteria f! rays df light reflected from j_
i i Dean Trusler's-no not brow it runs | !

I ACROSS 1 I back too far for that name. t j;---- _ -. 4 .. .

; The best place to eat after all. Our prices are as reasonable Boys, if you want some real nkt I j Drugs, Medicines JOHNSON'S, Stationery PHARMACY, Toilet and Rubber Goods t

,; as you find. The flavor that "mother's" cooking has. I Studio pictures, south_ made-side*go square.to Vansickel's Special t J We guarantee personal attention to Prescriptions.: 0* I

} "ASK THE COLLEGE MAN-HE KNOWS" :prices to students.Rat t purest drugs used. Low prices. Quality considered; I
I I Gainesville, Florida.
$5.00 MEAL TICKETS FOR $3.90 -
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- ,the T. Van Hyning circus die DO BUSL.'iESSVITH"

i f fI ft why doesn't he bury them? i I THE FLORIDA NATIONAL Bj; : t 'I

t f BATH ROBES II Do your sleeping in the afternoon.I
I t I Come to Sunday School in the--- morn- The New Million Dollar Bank" Resources Over $2,50ttC03

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: j 1 The kind you could amble down the fire escape in without t I !ffiS25ffiffi! !: ffiffiRHB2ffifi e-f-Lh rt t.t t a.I r.. t a.. I ry M BZtLLRLyYw -

\ i t drawing: any unnecessary comments. Rich but not riotous CHAPEL WEDNESDAY, DEC. 14Wednesday's I III

I -that's us, label, that's us all over; say those bath robes. ,I chapel exercises were | THE PHIFER STATE BANK

I' featured by! the reports from Prof. II!x{j Strong, Safe and Accommodating I
ft r $6.00 to $17.50HUFF ,I Beck and Coach Kline on the S. I. A. .-.
A. conference in Birmingham on Dec. !ixifflffififfiifUfiffi! !
: l II! 10 and 11, and by the election of .-.i.iI
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Jimmie Boyd as 1922 football man-
I If ager. Popular Goods at Popular Prices atBURKHIM'S
t I Prof. Beck explained the two important -
BURNETT THE CLOTHIER rules adopted by the S. I. A. I
A., namely, the freshman one-year .:
f t. t rule and the migratory rule. The -J
1 new standard of scholastic eligibilitywas '
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announced, by which athletes to ,
be eligible to participate in intercollegiate '
COODY'S CAFETERIAand athletics must have enough .
credits on the Registrar's books to A Complete Line of Gents' FurnishingsOur
I rate him as a member of the class Prices Will Suit Yo. : I

; DINING ROOMGAINESVILLE with which he originally entered col- SOUTH 'SIDE SQUARE _

lege.Coach (
FLORIDA Kline reported on next year's
schedule .. ? !
arrangements which tho
Invites you to take your meals with. them while in the city. not ;
yet definitely settled show GIFTS THAT LAST
American all excellent
Strictly home
cooking. A variety of foods
Nerved all hours of day until 12 p. m. Prices cheap prospects for a good series of Large and varied line of Gold Filled and Sterling Silver FOB tdt
as any
I place. games, and well founded hopes for Pens, Pencils, Collar Pins Vest Chains, Fob Chains, Dickens C1'

j 108 East Blain Street bia an intersectional University of game New York with Colum-City. Waldemar Chains and other nice pieces of Jewelry suitable for >.-
and bojs. L. C. SMITH Sevth Side Square

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.AG CLUB MEETING the government took over the roads. .
:. not good enough
McBride did well in rebuttal for
club' meeting of Monday the negatives. .. -
j* At had as its program a debatequestion Major Floyd made a few construc- t L4I '*\. ia Porter's Fitform Clothes for young
Ag : "Resolved that itbe tive criticisms, complimenting the debaters Al \ men and older men who want to stay

t the best interests of thescan but suggesting in future debates young. In the tailoring of these sup- .
<* to greater clearness in proof of erby styled garments the way"makes
to have govern- easy
farmer points, and better arrangement of j
the railroads.. for jthe better and '
; j\a and operate the subject matter. way way
L b js the question which will be Chatham suggested that, in order 1 l "How fine can they be made?* crowds i
;J Ts8yect! of Debate between the that the team debating Georgia might out the usual manufacturing question
AI clubs of Florida and the UniZjjjy have as much material to work on _"How fast can tray be made?" ;
i of Georgia here on the cam as possible, that all Ags take it upon ;
next semester. Monday :
time themselves to *
a some report to the libraryany I I
j.wag's. program was the first step references on the subject which *
,lie selection of Florida's team fort they may believe would be of value. *
debate. The librarian is able to order debate *
jfessrs.( Chatham, H. S. Wilson and material and place is on reserve for / \ WE EARNESTLY INVITE EVERY '

j,J Davis defended the affirmative I the debaters. The meeting then ad- f \ MAN OF TWENTY TO
McBride, Buck Carl- journed. ,
;a'e end Messrs. TIMES
a and Hiatt upheld the negative. *
lay were appointe djudges, and C. WITH THE SUGGESTION
l Link acted as timekeeper. The The regular bi-weekly meeting of PITFORM
jecaon of the judges was unanimous- the Florida Astronomical Society was fah..tnrYc+urMczi. 1
f for the affirmative. The speeches held in the Ag College lecture room AN ADDITIONAL GUARANTEE -
aDd points of each debater showed Saturday evening, December 10, with I ; ,:: .J OF UNQUALIFIED
time and effort in preparation, and forty-two members and visitors pres- '
were ts a whole well delivered. ent. '; -H QUALITY.

1 lOtIg the points the affirmatives After being called to order by Pres- ':: ; .
hcegbt out as of benefit to the ident Sweeney, the meeting was turn- .
f inner under government control are: ed over to Dr. H. S. Davis, of the .- ":' :: ; .. ,
0csolidation of the roads under one Department of Biology, the principle :. >. -
W increased efficiency, possibili- speaker of the evening. ,.- -- ":_>. -' Brerytlting Men and Boys Wear
ta of more rapid routing of freight, Dr. Davis had for his subject, "The .
I I jaj examples of efficient govern- Origin of the Solar System" and in I., 4
BOt ownership in other rountries.Re a very interesting talk discussed the I
-contended that red taped two theories which have been given Z .
politics would work against efficiency the greatest amount of attention.
of government owned roads, First, the Nebular Hypothesis of La i
tbt a great deal of trouble would Place, which was unanimously accepted
Tie occasioned by the changing tof until the latter part of the nin- f .
warship; and that there would be teenth century; and second, the Plan-
oppression of private enterprise if etesimav Hypothesis, of Chamberlin i: JackaeavHle, Corner Bay and Laura ..
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Vidal Drug SEE CompanyFOR and Moulton, which has replaced the made by Mr. Champlin and unani- lenge the Inverness high school for a
I Nebular Hypothesis and is now accepted mously carried that he be received in- game of basketball, to be played
DRUGS, STATIONERY, TOILET ARTICLES, by the foremost astronomers.A to the society as an honorary mem- sometime during the holidays. The
CANDIES, SOUVENIR CARDS, WATERMAN PENS very hearty applause was accorded secretary was instructed: to write
I I Dr. Davis and a motion was O. R. Davis gave a brief reportof I Prof. Van Brunt concerning the game.
I the objects seen at the last .ob There being no more business to be
servation period. I discussed the meeting adjourned to 1
...................... ..................... ......1 After a few remarks by vicepresident practice basketball for a while. *

Z Perkins, the meeting adjourned.H. .
M. Braddock, Sec. We have near Gainesville a fine pi.
.. CANDY! CANDY! CANDY! t ano slightly used and partly paid for,

q.. .' _' I II i which we will sell to party willing te
A CALL AT ..._... INVERNESS CLUB I complete the remaining monthly pay.
ments. Send name and address for.
I The Inverness Club met for the first fall information.
I I time, with W. B. Anderson as chair- CABLE PIANO COMPANY
'MILLER'S man. This being the first meeting, the 82-84 N. Broad St.,
business of the club was the electionof Atlanta, Georgia.J. .
J officers. E. R. Boswell was elected -
i president. The meeting was thai

Et :if you want to see something tasty and classy-we hare it turned over to the president and the
.. elections continued, as follows: S. BODIFORDand
NUNNALLY'S-WHITMAN'S-HUYLER'S -W. L. Tooke Vice-presidenfc '
T. D. Henley, Secretary and treas-

I G. R. Clegg-Reporter. : Phoae 32 i iTfe
We kay also jest added Fuerst and Kramer's of New Orleans The next business that came up
: was the choosing of a sponsor. This - ,
COCKTAILS proved very difficult, because every
CHOCOLATE : member had a "choice one" to sug- I everything Eketrkal j jJOS.
I CHERRIES IN LIQUEUR gest to fill this place of honor. Miss J. SEYKOBA )f
Hoyelle Watson of Inverness finally .I
proved to be the choice of the club. f Phone 107 Gainesville, n1a.lpp ii fI

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DEPARTMENT The Miami Club, at its regular

Truman Green .._. .- .._... ._.._... -_ .-_..--._.-----.Editor-in-Chief 'meeting Tuesday, December 6, madeits I'' THE HART SCHAFFNER & MARX
Pete Harris .:._.===. .:: ::: = -_-_ =.-.._... Managing Editor plans for the entertainment of the

' Glover Miller __.....: .............___. ______-___,,__ ___....-Assistant Managing Editor the schools of the I-
seniors of high FOR FALL
Henry Fuller and Murray COb.en.---------------. .____...Athletic Editors and i
Miami High
I Franklin' West, Harrold KJock, :Murray Cohen_._............__._.Reporters county! especially with
t. them acquainted f.
for making .
I- K. K Hanson, Ed. Woodberryt; ParhientPr. Ozzy; Hi.e. H. E. Knight t I't '
i, ;. and R;W.'Ray _.J'ZJ.1"..Lll'I1._1____..._.__._..__........ContributorsBUSINESS their own State institution, the Uni- ARE NOW READY;. '. t. ;
':: versity of Florida. t! .
DEPARTMENTAleck The Miami Club believes in being a '

White ..._.._..________.... ._.....Business Manager winner and in being a missionary of I tt New colorings, new Fashion Ideas, new Fabrics. Prices
Horace Wilson ------r--_._._. ...........Assistant Business Manager its Alma Mater, as all the clubs I III
r one-third lower than those Fall 1920.
Entered as second-class matter' September 28, 1912, at the postoffice at should be. On Tuesday, December '

r I Gainesville, Fla., under the/Act/f of Ma rch 3d, 1879. 20, the club$n body will take possesSion .
of the Miami High school and the I .
I .f Rate:-The Florida.Alligator, $1.50 the yea II students- will hear of the University t -, r' .. .
I : of Florida. This will be the first of '
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11 MASQUERADERS_ TO BEGIN ACTIVITIES I!Father Conoley is I the drive for the thirty new men we f '

AFTER HOLIDAYS !I Himself and already has finishedPth I II I have set as our goal; for next year. I t. Florsheim Shoes? -: built for Coliegemen-ask for catalog,

r I!first act. I Thursday, Dec. 22, the Miami Club -
Under the guidance and direction of i \
the senior boys at a .
will entertain
The first
the Rev. John Conoley, the Masqueraders i:; performance will probably i I I '
I will begin-action about the first !r'be given on the 16th of February in i iI ;party and explain to them thingsi of t I. :.1 .... .'.. ,.'. '.. .'- -. .q.. . ..,. ... ..
that most as
Gainesville. about this University
I The performers will
week of January About seventeen j! I
then no doubt, go to Jacksonville, had to find out for ourselves and .,
I of the actors of last year have returned ;: "' .
and with the abundance of j t and from thence to St. Augustine, St. j!I which some who have graduated from, I ,

new talent here this year, there will :, Petersburg, Tampa and other places high school have never other found schoolsor out I''' ; WOLF BROTHERS
DO doubt be enough good material to ,'of note. The trip will comprise in all I' consequently going to I _

select a first rate caste. "Chris"]about nine days. quitting school entirely. These I ,
Clarke has some new dances which This early start of rehearsals and I plans will doubtless be successful with il TAMPA, FLORIDA

are quite'appropriate for the play. AU f consequently of performances, should the spirit of the Miami Club behindit I

this, combined wjth the expert man- I tend to give the Masqueraders suc- I and next year will see the club : : .

j agement of the'director, ought to I I cess, for they will have plenty of time strengthened by an enrollment twice ..I 4 .-... ...-.. -- .v.. ss----- .. -...-.. 1M.
I produce a play that shall be taken 1 1t before the final examinations, and what it is now, and along with the I
$ k notice everywhere.. I! they will draw many of the touriststo quantity will be the quality that has O i Kelley-Miller Music Company

1 t The play in itself promises much. It I their performances, who are at that always characterized this Club. DEALER 1

I is4a.story of old Spain, about the time in Flonda. Let us, at any rate, t EDISON AND BRUNSWICK PHONOGRAPHS ,
sixteenth or seventeenth century. A I hope for the biggest season that has NEW HARMONY SOCIETY LOOMSUP t AND RECORDS

1\j t.i play of this, nature always attracts occurred yet. I: ON CAMPUS 'I A Latest Sheet String Instruments and Supplies
= I
t attention, so with'such a vehicle for! = = = .
t. I the acting promised the season shouldbe A West Virginia judge refuses to t Although new organizations have .
a most successful one indeed. Prob-I annul a marriage performed as a joke. been quite the style this year-a new !

ably it would be of interest to add that Still, there seems to be a joke anyway.t society is just making its first appearance -II Bedding, Pillow Cases, I If

: 1 on the campus, which prom-
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ises to increase the prestige of upper f ,

11 WHY GO FURTHER THAN j I classmen. i I
j The name of the organization is the :1I
I I Somocs Honorary Society. It is composed 1 i I I
}, of representative upper class- i i t I
t men with a view of increasing better i >
l I : I fellowship all students of the ; We .
among i Keep Everything for Your Room
J ; 719 ',V. University Ave. Opp. Weavers Laundry University. : :

FOR I Membership in the society will be !

I Meals Sandwiches, Drinks Pies, Etc. selected from men who have taken a It I It I

OPEN FROM. 7 A. M. TO 10-P. M. f leading part in college activities, made I I
Saturdays to midnight All Day Sunday good in their studies and have a i t Quali I ---

; STOP ON YOUR WAY TO THE UNIVERSITY friendly feeling for all. In other ,, I Ser fce,; 1fr 1I I It ,

I I words, it gives the upper-classmen a I
I -.- "' e - -- final reward for his all around merit

; i i I The Alachua Restaurant and Lunch Room t'': and every under-classman should 6. .. ... -- -- -- .. --I ,
strive to fill the (
"A REDUCED PRICESFor I I ? qualifications for 1 .
election. .
i Ladies and Gentlemen 1, .
'I Half Block from Atlantic Coast Line Depot SPORTING GOODS

'j Phone 507 Gainesville; Florida t I UNION. COUNTY CLUB j Football iJ I.
-- - -- - - Bag
I Union county Club basketball team Hardware of all Kinds ;_ 1
L defeated the Alachua team 16-13 in ;. t s'l .
.! UNIVERSITY MEN ALWAYS WELCOME ATMcDOWALL'S the gymnasium Saturday night. The See.Us

/ game was fast and clean and the locals t THE THOMAS COMPANY
overshadowed the visitors in every .
I ., phase of the game. A return Phone 22 .....
I ICE CREAM game, and several others, are being WEST SIDE OF SQUARE

f planned for the holidays. The team

H\ PARLOR expects to enter the tournament to ... -. ... ..... --I -. ........
.; be held after Xmas.Immediately t
I .,- .. following the game a't
'Agener Hollingsworth's Unasnal Candles business meeting was held. Several] t THE 'GATOR CAFETERIA
topics were discussed. The
first was the election of a sponsor. A I t. ..

:.. ....... .............. .. al hunting gaities trip for was the planned holidays.and sever-The t ..: .'" -".: it

I meeting was then adjourned to meet ,. ,
Let your next Suit be aFASHION : the first Friday after the holidays. t

( THE ,:. .. IN rasiR NEW QUAHTIBis '.
SUMTER COUNTY CLUB t ",." $.,;... .
PARK. .:_ i- 4f' '0.t. .- '
i t ;;: : ,.;+. .' .
." Several of the Sumter county boys t. :RAST HALF
\. ,. -.: .
OR : .
'>:; < '. met recently and organized the Sum- I ,:.',, -'.
I ter County Club.
I ,_. : '. I COLLEGE
F1TFORMSOLE The following officers t :
..'r'i. I.t-_ : were elect- INN'I

AGHIIPHIFER & i President-H. O. Bryant.VicePresident I I ,. .. STYLE DURING HMAL mIE .-
-C. W., Fusaell.
Secretary-T. N. Brown. -, ., .
Treasury-H. Perry, Jr. ,. .
: Reuorter-C. W. Persrons. \ 1
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Gainesville Florida J
HistorianHarrison.It SHORT
is hoped
i.i to have, a greater number -
of Sumter County boys' in the I -
I 0r club next term.

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by which will reportat poor= health, or the advice, of a lawyer
the first meeting of the coming 'to a man in legal difficulties' said
1I I Since the beginning of the year year. The results of these plans will Mr. Stevens. And in illustration of
there has been a feeling the t
I I among be published in the first issue of the this fact gave many, examples of industrial '
I more thoughtful members of the Farr
Literary Society that the organiza- Alligator after the holidays and all enterprises which had failed*,
members of'' the society are advisedto due to the lack of sound engineering1-
UNIVERSITY MEN ; tion was not doing its best work, that i
'r: the plan of action was not ''faced in give them special attention. direction and advice: He also spokeof I

the right direction and that the mem;. two perpetual motion schemes
value and REPORT OF BENTON ENGINEERING which are now being financed by good
Demand style ; ".; -''';-:: bers of the society were not applying -
*" I I themselves in the proper spirit. SOCIETYSeveral responsible business men, who.know
Society Brand ClothesHanan At the regular Monday meetinglast business, but not mechanics or .the
weeks the Benton Engineering laws of energy.
- this feeling was first openly expressed ago I
Shoes, Manhattan Shirts, Knox Hats and the society started a Society had the privilege of Mr\' Stevens gave the society-an insight -
movement to look into the problem hearing Mr. A. D. Stevens of the I.. into the broad. field-. of engineering -
Are featured lines in the Giddeons Store. thoroughly.Two firm of Gilbert and Stevens of Jack- i knowledge required of.the present
general plans, submitted and sonville, give an interesting addresson II day engineer, and, of the great need
Mail arders a specialty. *-' amended by various members, were the subject: "The Duties of a existing for his services.
put forth: First, the submission to the Professional Engineer."
faculty of a program providing fot "An engineer is as important, to Join your fellow' students at the
::013. ..' : the allowance of college credit for any industrial enterprise as the services Methodist Baraea 'Class on Sunday
r work done in the society; and, second, of a physician: are to a man in mornings.
the entire reorganization of the society -

.. on a new basis; namely, ad-
HENRY GIDDENS CLOTHING CO. mission to membership upon personal
application only, and retention of Modern Dancing Taught

TAMPA, FLORIDA members according, to the interest i'I By Miss Sophie Burkhim "I
..t. taken: judged by attendance and performance PHONE 184
/ ". of assigned duties. I All New Steps TaughtBathrobes
These plans are being worked upon

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, isfaction of knowing they will enjoy the finest service and t Warm, cozy colored Blanket Robes figured or bordered L-.
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I most delicious food obtainable. Table d'Hote Meals, $1.00. t in contrast colors-pockets are roomy and collar and 'e'

, '/ For reservations and arrangements concerning dinner par- t cuffs trig and mannish. -' .. ..,..

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ties balls weddings fraternity t ;; i! 4
I banquets, receptions, or .
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conferences, please see the Manager. t ;;;/. to $15.00 ,- ,.. '
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; J t m. No 2 NOVEMBER 18, 1921 50c PER YEAR I = I
T. M. Stepfceas
-rng WAr 'TO J.i.ll1l1 l !tIt # JaeksonTflle;

;AfYt?!rffl i The Alumni! Supplement i is prepared and published by the Alumni 1' Pat G. E.Johaztoa Nelwn,,Kiuimmee Joebmv ne t.,,:

a Don**: g 9 !i! c9 1 A. sociation of the UnfvcJ'; ity. The Alligator staff and the Univer- I!I Alf XeUson W. Palm Bead Ii.ik..

I P;, 2.: If you 4o go, go f late.Jf lty authorities assume no responsibility for anything publishe din the J. P. Little, Gaicesvule
i I, i weather 1}I In addition the following
3: the doesn't tutu you, bs.
t, St gunk pf going. Alymni Supploment, :(i but for some reason did net
i i C la..
the luncheon
I l, f jf you.do attend, find fault at UYs ;] :
{ I!
li FLORIDA 4ht
: !fRF* pf he !! and !members. :

: 5. Neyer accept pffice, as !jt i* PAT JOHNSON, Prs, HARRY W THOMPSON V. Pr!!$. f B. R. COLSON, Secty. I'I Fred Gen. Chas Hocker.P. LovelL
easier t# criticize i than !to dp thins: Dr.
}{!issimmee, Pa| Pensacola, Fla. Gainesville, Fla.i i I A. H. Walker.

R g !014 gars #ff ref arc not appojnt-! -- -____ _..___ __ .-=' ___ - I I Bascom D. Barber.
I c e!! a cpmmfttee' flY! if you are, 49 I I Geo. Mosley.James c
H butter course and assert that |it | good as they are at any ed their entry, but did report a '
; act_ attend! c0ujrottee! { meetings, F. Sykes
enable pne Jo get his bread, and / school and undoubt general strengthening of faith due J' and

7. If eked! by I the chairman! !te ter and fhei] to put jam on }U for than} at some denomina( to religious activities. With pne ex many others.Unfortunately .

give your ppwion! pn some matter, Jell measure. lye are figt P RW ception, every one of the 32 schools the dance at

aig you baye }nolhjng} j tQ say After I the! duties cf; citizenship pr the ny the charge of Godless; : has active Y. M. C. A. or Y. W. C. A. in the gymnasium was spoiled fef!

the. cWting f tell pypryone how *things! I }roamfo! pf social justice. put w Universities in general! work, or both. All the 32 have some the fact that the Sigma No '

.mold baye:. been. done." '" gist that wisdom and! justice to the following type ,of church organization for students I dance in the Elks Club and had t

$. Dq nothing more! : than abaolqtely I better are exemplified t than |jq I In North Carolina, graduates !I most all the available ladies lI J

necessary, but >hen members tree! basic subjects whereby the life, from its institutions are presented I city dated for that night An

tbcfr! nbilitjtq!! help matters along! ty and PFPPe1y' of An&lo &* ( (fcnway I og Cabin'Aemo- with a Bible' and the Unitersity of was made to have them either, t

;eE1] that the' instjtuticn j is run:! } by a centuries have heed determined, July 30, 1921.) Florida added with pride to its report pone the dance or invite all ?*

aliquG wisdom! and justice of our race widely circulated charges I that a member of the faculty was recently alumni to attend, but failed

tQ| be found rather in the pn and controlled in' selected as president of Emory
9. Hold! back c: your dues! or dan'ttail. owned!
: -- subjects j dealing with our daily J learning are centers of I University, the Southern Methodist ALUMNI NEWS NOTES in

I !!J t than H} in t the cobwebs of jurisprud infidelity, the extension institution at Atlanta. -

I 10. Pent bother! about getting! new ,or t the antiquities of nom n} !- i of the Arkansas State Schools answering the general ques I "88-.Wm. H. Garvin, Delta f

i :aeEbers: KJLct! QcorgP do |t.MTHB "r@ hake had! students front circularized t such Jnstitu- tionnaire sent out by the State Normal president of the Associated, ft'M

t I =ffP", : PBPIA ; 8IQMA' tiP leading! !law schools\ and }nave I south and southwest to were: Arkansas agricultural I Company of that place. ft
.. f TRtn'fY.? I had any 4issatis! f action. t' extent of yeUglowa: ac schools at Russellville Jon&boro and an interesting letter
Acotiicr! Alumnus: : ; ,Yhat is your attitude I him at t
hate been hero
sen by [ the attitude of school fae. ;Monticello; normal schools and teach issue. It is thought

t" toward the Alumni\ .'ssocia-i other 1 law schcols.: The PM, pelta i i i %th spiritual. \ well as ers' colleges at Troy and Jacksonville '95-Irvin Morgan, provoking 308 :

I I"r( you doing alyou\ pan} $Q the largest and most conservative 'I \ development of sty in Alabama, Cape Girardeau, War- Jacksonville, is Forest !

) ; kc4i n and t to, help A tna Mater? i I II fraternity in' the wnrlrl..' hag._p ,- II i I \ to them. All told rensburg, Springfield and Kirksville Jacksonville Traotinn connected r. with i 'fe

I f j a chapter here. The College j t of 1,232 faculty m\'m'; in Missouri, Canyon and San Marcus} I '98-Earle i.-Wh-t
- THE y, QF FliAW{ {1hl.tt?Q; member the banker of Be
; of
Association! \ in Texas
__ of : students in regard to. Alva and Weatherford in i tow, was elected
l -- i i can Law Schools and our i ii summarized In the tabula- Oklahoma, Johnson City in Tennessee I I potentate of Zf#
!fa 190 t therc "vva* one \law school\ \. i accredited, for. three Temple, Mystic Shrine at the taaa ;
I years by tl : Normal has made of re. t Hays in Kansas Hattiesburg in Miss election
v, la 1921 there: ac$ }42. Consideringlite l.! : Board! ot Regents\ 9! the Stat of from 32 institutions I issippl Cullowhee in North Carolina December 13th. Egypt Tm'
; period from 18 1Q( tq 1916e; may 'Yprk. This ish highest\ pie take in the entire South FJeri '
operated by states Ques Fredericksburg in Virginia
I and Con-
ay xoughly l that uicdtCA\i \ students district of Shrinedom.
\ t
Rites said a\"d4; i\it is ope fe mailed out by H. L. way; The Citadel Charleston, S. C '
a lags multiplied 1 about (wo and a half f' by only three '! ; 04-Dr. Eugene G. Peek
: other l law s schools in [ I\d the returns clasaif t i Mississippi State College for I was a
tfsictt theologies' student about three f' South; and ;t is one denied to r! Dean Columbus Women cently elected mayor of Ocala! fcy i
by D. &
McBrien A. M.
I ; College
tftces of Texas
lav? students about fifteentimes. ( members of the AssoFiato.f f l ,I A. & ; large majority. He and his CtM-
i the M.
by :report that College of North Carolina I
: It i flue rlerican k ;
i $ therefore, that i QoVe. secured ( \ members Virginia fug colleagues based their ampig'
or 93 cent Polytechnic
society. i5 demanding lawyers.The ; above, recognition f\on, the :Phi i i per ; Institute Black largely on support of the chaMi
burg Alabama
number: are members of ; Polytechnic t
III it i : Colkga o| Lav, of the.i u.-' and theew \prg :R gents b 11 t churches of the :Protestant t Auburn; and the State Institute,j i adopted two years ago proYidmt f!

I; sift ii L at :Florida wai, established m, I 1 we became, a member of \he Asso ( ; that 260 of the Aunt t;'ot Florida? Kansas. Kentucky universities. Okla- J a city manager. Dr. Peek is ai o.i

I have Thereafter bQestablished orty-two Uvfsciooij 'flop?! o#, American Law Schools. i! ,, deacons o? elders in j 1 1i homa,. Texas and Arkansas. i member of the State Board of mew

of i The. College offers<< : au uneq !i ; huJ; he.'i. Others engaged examiners.
I. kith ten ha\9? ( > g9uc. out: pf bus\uoss.. 199urc$ m Fiorida law, i iS5 '
; ai), uns ? : dt.;. work )zing: the per'- I HOME COMING 05--Walter Edwin Banker, o-J
Bourse study\ I I
9 ; i& a barge fcc f 4? m g a a\ law at a reiat_ 9.r'C. |'Jacksoa St CaL is (ad
t_ is: a school's successJntii 194? I ipsignificaut i ; : | school faculty mem.- i ao\ .18, 1921. {' Saa Diego, a
; ; cost. Newok ( ; <; ; positive and aggressive Engineer with, the United SUiNavy.

atom-the the C?JLlcge$strongest maintained iu the% tvyear, I law yersity\ ,, 6t. g., charges; $18X( per '! uj> to. '(2.6- pet cent of|i;j Despite the fact--that- "Heae- Com {f' .
country tititfonors l
I T : I and Harvard; : C uml> r questioned. There f ing: Day7 was. Qn Fr [i 37 }I. L.. Moremaa af Swits
can be provod? by a of. coxricala. Bum )I $ a.n.orW.., : .. four Jews, arid three i j fw the akujuii, to get back it i is an orange grower and m tU w
has roved{ it- qhargea; : $290i I is i uirkcs sum vf(<' pui r.I $10, per.Recently. year: tuatioA a : .en sts elassiiied rn tb e i t; well attended and a. decided succese s. {| estate business..

n: -*L2t Wo h t 182acd. &radua: ( and fort who ar 1 The game with Mississippi was the j|r 'OS-DrP. J Carter 214 Me*

; it 13, 95tJinaL i <'d that onatfth.i of : -- ------ --- churches oat designated; 11! I I1 i mail); thing: and was all that aayone j l BWg-. New Orleans, La.., a fcrfas
CHItLS'tl: ; :
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-\ ;IQt The State I could desire r 1'''
I boat, arc_ maimg f roan ,000, to'jOOO No.rD1al' j oa medicine at Lyola. CoBeg,

!, per. year.. '! -.-- ) outstanding |aQfe: that fc )I The alumiu luncheon at noon was i! Orleans.
one ol curangehcai pj'O 1 ; atheist was found the I'!all that ,; 10 1 19 S=1fi
j t POT thrce-3 car courao J iri w : any one could ask. -Samuel s. Holden.
aA : ondu
o; a
I iiUjf constructed. aout| tt,(qe.i: !.r t state school. were r Fart I Iipartmentv
Only 3 painted Tester with. the New Tork
r m tusG E\t* nsiv:(? thought has beeapat a. d.;ive. for funds, to support their : and: "peppy" ia the.ex.-J
? ; non-church_ members.. 03, it 1 by our. fr cuity. Qoe, who nominationat: colleges. j who attended: the bad- TeFeprapn '
s cs from:' ; our. thrcarycax; course. .flop, numerous, three_ mmute In : ly;fife same percentage I! quefi Were- as :fQUow; I 12:-Chandler 8'. Bamberr. "
i ; ) : the student I. .
ltz bodies lame is
one third when of Case Ave. Mfci.
: more, Address Detroit,
WQ are. wort:; made> in all, their i churches .. Class *
a. with. him, than one of equal. the state_.. hese; were. kept c; ; } : :ms. were purveyed: for: ;i J. S., Shards. Gainesville 1308 'I. Manager of the Detroit Branch of:

ity Tsho, graduated, froth our twoarf 1pnl{ Period: tYQJ;. three> talks up. : I : affiliations. o? prefer- j j Barney Qokon,. Gainesvillet ; 1339B : North, East Electric Service lac- .

?jr, practical It stressed lading, art d- A great: many of these ; : : & arq beQber. o EiHarry,i] B.,, Trusleiv Gainesville Canada., Bamberg- bas butt r"
gr +rc andi local J law and : sJec<: ; : and an addition-J R. B.. 1ltfakerBartow. : He is r I
1 i it teaches_ took, occasion_ bjand.the.. :: I 1911. returned from France.
state .
jww, to find! : the, law Our graduates. ported,. institution: as. Godless j cent have a, definite.1;;T S.. Tcantham,, Ocala. 1212.: :.ningth spend Christmas at Ilia *
iT! .secured. 1'jjO&iUqns- compctiUoa n many misstatements fact re .. Ito is readll' Roge>, B., tyle,, Bartow 230 4. in Jasper _
xUh, Harvard men baauso, ; ? fully: 90, per cent .,'I J: Q Clark. '
} < they w.r e xuadc.. Many statomentti_ were_ Ba tow. 1304,; 12w. P. Fields, ,t.vrieF- ;
t sHBui. in, the., science i osearch. 1 legal.J re 'either enrolled have definite W. M.;. Kennedy Xavarea Blountstown who the t ;
tgraduaeq : :" : directly or, by inference d : :taut ) was::
; ., Only two stur t I J.:, Fletcher? 14" -
4' these talus 1 ,, to the, effect that: j Burnett;, Gainesville 1898. county representatiya: : ins the lasft

off{ a, theoretical school l.t I niversjty! j qf: Florida! was, a, ? : as,,having; lost; their i i I Otis. E,>#ar res,, Stv Augustine, 191.t: islature,. is considering: a maw fr.
is.1ik. cq a, boy. with. a. lot oft aramanitioa .! : institution. These: statements, or: jctj on s. while in, college I I Serbectt: elkel,, Sew Augustine 19..OS, East Coast '
r and; r.o dun to shoot i it. Thor !ti i isaa : one school in 'r. xasr_: < F: M Q'Bxrjje' &
q ijferenccs, have. been; very dRP.l Gainesville 231 A, 13-Capt. R: :Lee JarrfiH
i bo thi finestkindoL! inttha jand J t ; cOIlYer.sion; of; 75, ot;; i it ai t M, McAJpih? ,. Gain th
I vilht
F' i. ( ar} altogether. without fpu. # 1910:' ,Gaillou, Paris France, ift' uc; 1
[ I hQ i is:: trained: to see. j i 1 tiolti.in fact.. i i the Christian; faith. !i 1.0011.: B, Thrashers: .Micanopy 1013: 3 poring and! Importing: Duain*
it hat with all J' hiss! ammunition -hq.ido Such "statement' I I[ stressed,by the State:. I.%. C; Oofton, GainesviUa191" ff. the AmericanXradlng Corpot5iCErance. l
: are easily ; I 1
gajyotf any mom than throw. tit j of stater institur-,A,. Pi Buie Gainesville.
: 4 1 and difficult to correct. because t 1 1tfj i 131 14 .
iacijBfiot at birds 20 percentof. the I J; ::
the and num- wMcJpin
& try to-- pu : j arq so vague. Any- one knows. : I'1 1jhe whita Spring*. : '14-NIe4sR"f A: Beeper is'' s
Qmder. qa. ttuv rabbit's.i tail; ,_ li d can arouse_ qno's, suspicions, Ilaterjc.u.lMWhayj g: no.j Ralph}; Stoutamire,. Gainesville. ];;lt 3 Hmereial 1 engineer with the ? '
im TWti ;inp4 in pleading '. ti9n.at the time oti j O, F.
and Burger,
: practice' ,!; a-mans: ,honor;, honesty very 1 enj j Gainesville 19.11j! State 15elgrapij CoAdd
acrd the chances, that h j ji \ ; during their. at-.:: H.; G, CJayton! 'P
arc' $ docsn'tMt ;and at t u Gainesville !
} tine
ltnow'whl ( i ? same say very i i \ 19..1; t 1H* $ IdeA A?&. Detroit. MfclL
t ther a 1 writerr ThiSb pen cent:ob,_i<2ecil:Hi R Nichols f ,, G.rt: .
praoc.rpQussomethingA ) hay atf :Cote< Sp'gSj' ani
lst : ndedtseveral 1;i ia j 1 1and schools was. appointed b the maycr
1921t1'] }!!;
;3 ;: fat with a fork: or with *stitH.H ion! andi wjj tq tftt reporting- to tit 9:1 G; O Gttnn,, Gainesville; ofd"T r
serving .raeml er
aY-" : ; .t .. Qtber 5 dial qtr gv! HI c:; Wamerg_ TAmpa j paves a
Wt.. now- matte nphatlcajl- thafc ? to Hi.1 IV20 ; 4I h 1} ZOCj: .
.t..L aab .
We hah br : le numbe iVAodi. Jbjnst9Al Qommitte&i
J-and. influences :att th}* {ntpjBa-sit! : of*F \ & gegge ions:follow+.t Ut'Yey.IJatJ itJi'T-, 14t-0 ree Q&rMsGron?). ." F
I ;. Qainesvillft i '
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NEWS NOTES School on the diseases of children "
and INTERESTING LETTERS FROM I, the of taxation. Do
expects to enter sane asylum $150,000; appropriation system the people of
upon practice as a .
dued from page six) specialist in that line in Jacksonville. ALUMNI i to the North Carolina College for Georgia realize that 75 per cent of the

i CDn New York City, is agiaeer F. S. '12-Steve J. Drawdy Jr. i Women! $300,000, raising the total to taxable property of Georgia bears n. i
AQp Delta Colo., Nov. 18.1921.
L. C. C. Horle, Cor. I $875,000 for two years; and to the
with Franklin\ & Madison I of Alumni taxes whatever t The facts with ref
}: avenues ,
Engineer Tampa is manager and cashier of the I to "
t University of Florida, erence our antiquated system oE
amt Dewinkler, Miami, is S. J. Drawdy Grocery business. Gainesville, Florida. II Arts an increase of $50,000, '- ,
taxation have been clearly-ani
raising the total for two to very
Shadow- I years
in F.
livery fine home 'l2-John I
L Clarke Evans P. O.
Dear Sir: convincingly treated in three articles
zJeg beautiful suh-division of MiWinkler Box 2291!) Tampa, Fla., is vi e-pre.i- I herewith return card filled cut, I i $600,000. on this subject in The Record, the last
'I We have sought to learn from informed
married six -
or dent and
was manager of the Office Equip- also dollar bill for the Alligator. one of which is printed in this number
in North Carolina
k g nths ago.. ment Co., Inc. He was married jn I am unable to supply any news persons -From "Georgia Alumni Record.
W. L. Hill, 2418 Uni- November 9th to Minnie i how the State c .n.do these things un-I
NFred'k May Wall, items that would be of interest to the I
York City, is an i der present conditions.The :
i frAre., New Tampa, Association, but I spent the winter I I
Reh rjcal Engineer with the Newt F. S. '13-Forest A. Kilgore of Or- three years ago in Florida and no- !I people of North Carolina simply -"

tcta Edisin Co., Bronx District. lando married Marietta G. Tichenor ticed two things in, particular.First I overrode a reluctant legislature. !

.Harold C. Haughtaling is now July 30th, 1921. He is in the Real it seemed to me that Floridawas i|f They have overcome the objections of LYRICTHEATRE

L at Westbury, New York. He Estate Loans and Investment busi- squared away for many good set- :I the politicians and have.obtained these I i
!till 1 with the Sinclair Oil Corpor- ness. I tlers. There seems to be a tendency 1 large sums as the result of a long

f&j5 F. S. '15-Shirley B. Walker, Route these days"for people to migrate period of careful planning, propaganda -

-Keal Ernest Hainlin, Home- B., :Miami, Fla., has resigned his position -I where there is a good climate and I and genuine service to the State.

I Florida, had the terrible mis- with the State Plant Board and good roads. Florida has the winter '[Space is wanting for as full a treat- Monday
... Id. 'i
to lose his wife November 7th. is going into the chicken business in i climate and seems to be getting a ment of this subject as we would MOONLIGHT\ FOLLIES ;
ase; two boys and t roads. The latter i like to give. Briefly the steps in the ii{
bs three children, Alapattah, near Miami.F. number of good
.,irL I S. '17-Wm. Carlton Smith has !will attract tourists and from my old |I process have been as follows: I TuesdayTHE

at a:. -Fred J. Hampton of Tampa is recently moved from Tallahassee to !I experience in Florida farming I am i 1. Tying the University to the' t BAIT

de'U die his parents and friends in I Lakeland, where he is a lumber inclined to think the tourist crop is j i State by solid service extension 1 Wednesday-

b1d rifle during the holidays. I broker.F. 'the best income producer of any. ,, work, summer school, traveling libraries COBURN'S MINSTRELS

a4 i i P. Ham, proprietor of S. 'I8-Thos. J. Barns, Okee- 'I My second observation, and one i and the like. t s Wanda Hawley in

ies 1 t College Inn. mas married to Miss chobee.! Fla., \is manager of the Southern that should be corrected, was the lax I 2. A thorough-going revision of: ; HOUSE THAT

All fI.t s Graey Wednesday evening ata'dack. Utilities plant at that place.F. "game laws. There seemed to be very ;I the tax system, without which i it BUILT: JAZZ

:her Iwm : The wedding was a very S."'19-A. R. Van Epoel, who is little, if any, enforcement of these <'t would have been impossible to obtain .

;1Va1c J :lliant affair.flJRobert managing his father's up-to-date laws. The season is entirely too long, the necessary money. J Thursday-
I J. McPherson is Agri- dairy near Tampa, paid the University I and if these conditions are not corrected 3. Pooling the interests of all con SILENT YEARS

Specialist with the veter-I' a visit during the week of No- :: Florida will undoubtedly soon cerned, education al institutions, Insane : Friday- -

S '.Bureau. He is now vember 26th. i i be barren of any game. j Asylum, School for the Blind, 1 PASSIONATE PILGRIM

ille to help in the vocational F. S. '21-John D. Almond, Jr., is j j. During my residence in Florida I.and Tuberculosis Sanitarium; getting

here.11Jesse I now connected with the Southern Util- j i saw the timber go, lots of it wasted j them to formulate a farseeing bud J[ Saturday-

'd i [puiBg Carlisle Mixon is teach-I ities Co., at Okeechobee Fla. lie is '' along with several other natural resources j i get and to stand as one man behind I Eugene O'Brien in i

at Childress,. Texas. Address: I planning to return to the Universityfor : and on this last trip could ] it before the legislature. '4 CHIVALROUS CHARLIE I

Texas. I second semester.F. I I I not help conclude that the game and ;' 4. Organizing "Association to ,, .
t fa Se Route, Childress, the an ;:: ;;:j'Z%: 'T'l.

1 17-J. R. Cooper, who has been a j S. *21-H. H. Link is attendingthe J I fish were getting very scarce ,anJ i j i Promote Higher Education" in the

rest!. si.agent for the U. S. Government !I, Southern Theological Seminary at I,would soon be annihilated. i Ii i I Ii State, which has had meetings and 1l l

:ti Ii! i Montana, is to return to Florida I Louisville, Ky., preparing for the min i It occurred to me that a suggestion has engineered a widespread propa !

anuary 1st. He will be connected : istry. 'Link took the course in agriculture -j j i to the Alumni Association of the Uni- ganda of arguments, facts, and fig SPORTING GOODS

at&r, Papne & McElya, of Miami. I here and will be tbett r.: versity could possibly start something ures. .
!I that might help remedy the slaughter <
'I7-Phillips R. McMullen is farm- preacher for having done so. I Are Georgia people less intelligentthan Tennis Football
I-II; _g at York, Florida. i PROFESSORSHIP of game. j those of North Carolina? Is :
EDWARDS ACCEPTS With best wishes, I remain
F. R. j I
Jre. '1S-The following card has been PORTO RICO our political and educational leader Baseball Basketball
Yours very truly,
ri P.i ieeiref by the friend of Dr. Hitch- : ship of an inferior brand when compared *
lock: "Dr. Ida Mae Fritz, Dr. Ken- Francis R. Edwards of Jacksonville President. I| with theirs? Can we not all i j QUALITY SERVICE

1l th.C. Hitchcock married on Satur- who graduated in Agriculturein i|,get together and convert the people I x

aI aIC I i 7, November the nineteenth, nine- 1918, has recently been elected to of Georgia, as was done in North .
Fla. Dec. 3, 1921.
i -ja hundred,and twenty-one, at Hart- the positicn of Professor of Animal i! ,. Tampa, : Carolina? I Baird Hardware Co." E
ICel !:Secretary,
p Sori, Connecticut, at Home 171 High Husbandry in the College of Agriculture Florida |I We believe it is senseless to keep I
t Univer- University of '
iM'Iff e treet." { and Mechanic Arts, (railing at the legislature for not increasing '
19Thos. CFrye, 2588 Ring !i sity of Porto Rico located at Maya- Gainesville, Fla. ': the maintenance and providing jt t j

. -'lace, Price Hall, Cincinnati, Ohio, is guez, P. R.Edwards. ', :Dear In the Sir:last issue of the "Alligator"'.: necessary buildings for the University I I

-r s dying for his Doctor's Degree in' was known on the campus Mann is j and other institutions of high- I

the University of Cincinnati, and is I II as Frank during his college days- I noted that Merton Maughs. ler I learning. We believe the legislature S HOE S
leaders in alII j listed among the missing.His
.I [asst. principal of a public school in : and was one of the is Mr. F. |I has done all that it can do under .I
address care
CMfefa!I Gsdtnati. university activities. In his senior present the circumstances and that there is I i
j in the Trimble, Orlando. Mert Mann is no H B. M. TENCH Hi1
assistant :H. 'I
Christ student II
: & 19-Thos. Myers Palmer, year he was considerable hate: substantial opposition to meeting the I !
architect of .
now an
iurcb, Oxford, England, (Rhodes i Department of Animal I urgent wants of the institution. The

dJ scholar) is studying medicine. and shortly after graduation took- Yours GEO.very R.truly McKEAN., j crux of the matter is our outworn I 0 Gainesville, O!
I Company
. 19-A Leech Rider is teaching English work with the Isham Randolph I I *
in the New SD17na'I I engaged in surveying the headwaters i j 96. I I II *
and History I River spend- 1 FRIENDLY "ID it1.OwCUSi E Florida] Ej
'St. Johns ,
la! of the .
School t
soil expert NORTH
months as
B. several I
Carvalho, ing
'f4-Romeo De Souza
this making samples I Expanding and strengthening S H 0E sI
a A., is now located in New Orleans, I with company drainage I friendship between nations
La. I I of the different soils where : work with American
is everyday -
conducted. During } How Our Sister State Met the Needsof
Wm." Dalton is studyinglaw I work was being I Lutherans done in sucha C
20-Joseph '
school and enlisted Higher Education at the March
the he stopped simple practical manner
* Flor war
at the U. of F., Gainesville, I in the aviation service, and was ) Session of the Legislature I that it usually passes for plain I -- ..... -"' 4ait

3ti ida. training ready for flying j European Relief. No silk- ,
Daniell is attending undergoing 1 I hatted deputations seem to be I
2ft Wm. Edward I [
is the only State
work when 'the corps was mustered I North Carolina I is it habit of
School. His I necessary, nor a NORAH t
41J the Harvard Law out. Desiring to pursue his education -i'the Southeast which has become thor I theirs to give banquets and I'' ;

, address is Claverly 13, Cambridge, further he entered the Graduate I oughly converted to the propositionthat I exchange speeches. They are t J
j i Art and Gift Shop
Mass. i neighbors.
just good
University methods nec-
I of Ohio State -. revolutionary are I
!; B. S. C. !! Department I Their neighborliness in the t Pictures and Picture Frames 't
T. Hargrave
j ,Columbus, last September, com i to put new life into the higher i has included
essary half
"i and i past year and a --- -- ... -- ..
E., has left the Moore Haven I II pleting the work for the degree of educational institutions. It is a truly as one item, $1,800,000
Calf Railroad and is now with the in cash advances and
master of science in June 1921, taking remarkable circumstance that there supplies

..li' State Road Department. Address: high rank among a graduate class of should be such a totally different conception loans destitute among people the of distressed eighteen j. w. arcoLLUM & co.

::tl l Weirsdale, Florida. more than 300. During the summer of the State's duty toward ed European countries. DRUGGISTSTHE

"21-Herbert G. Ford, ChristChurch he secured work in a County Agri- ucation in two commonwealths divided This is one of the activitiesof REXALL STORE

" Oxford, England, our latest cultural High School in Wisconsinand only by an imaginary line, as is the National Lutheran Agents for
of America New
I Council ,
:.. Rhodes scholar, is getting well started began his work there, but was found when we compare North Caro- York City which expects to Liggetts and Norris Candies

, in his interesting work. interrupted and called back to Jack- lina and Georgia. At the very time use $1,250,000 during the com- Gainesville Fla.

21 Jose De Sampaio, B. S. C. E., ,sonville by the ''untimely death of his when our public men are talking in ing year in helping to rehabil- ..

. r 1921;is in the employ of the Hoffman father in October. Shortly after this terms of cutting appropriations to itate 21 countries of Europe.
Conditions in make
I Machinery Co., New 'York City. His he was selected and appointed by the our colleges, the North Carolina legislature the American Lutherans Europe peculiarly DR. TENCH

Present"address is '644 Camp St., New officials of the States Relations Serv-: has enormously increased the fitted to accomplish Dentist

Orleans, ice, U. S. D. A., Washington, D. C., appropriations for colleges and charitable I splendid things there with a I. Office Graham BuildingOffice I
*21-Chas. Jr., is practicing 'Professor of Animal minimum of time and expense.In
A. Savage for the position of institutions.The the famine and war stricken Phone: Res. Phone:
law in Ocala. Husbandry at Porto Rico College. North Carolina legislature, countries, Lutheran church 358-J 3C9-J tN

Former Students This place carries a salary of $3500 which adjourned in March, appropriated torganirations, some of them

F. S. '0&-Alston Reynolds Haile is per year and transportation to the I $1,490,000 to the State University established literally hundredsof

a wholesale grocer in Daytona, Fla. island by the government. Edwards for building purposes for a .period more years efficiency, can do the than work any with vis- |N W.: : 1
F. S. '08-Sam Sanborn, Washington sailed from New York City on Decem- of two years; and provided'$500- iting; agents could. No mat- DORSET & CO.

D. C., is private secretary to ber 2nd to take up his work, and 000. for two years for main- ter how ravaged a communitymay -Everything in Groceries I _
a year
Congressman promises to write the Alumni notes be, there is always a pas-
tenance. tor, deaconess or other trained For Goodness Sake Drink |
S. -Dr. L. W. Holloway has some of his experiences in the near At the same time the legislature increased church worker equipped to DORSET'S DELIGHT COFFEE I _

completed the post-graduate rotrrse future. We wish him much success to the in handle the.relief._
I I I the appropriation ... .. .
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t \ ;j Science Seeking Means For Potash Duty A Food Tax

I :| Better Human Race Finds Says Philadelphia Banker

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,F :'. .THE STYLES Experiments Revive Cure
Tried by Hippocrates in I lfiJffiffHF: :::'"

.. ,... of Medicine i
S : Early Days .
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: t
f T At Common Fresh Yeast :

; t Treatment Improves 66 Tariff Yf....r..'.!.O. F :l.! *

i t Out of 76 Patients in. Protect Z
,: BAILEY'SEmanate I Is I Hospitals.Medical I : 1DU

s research wending its and .:.;
f. devious way through the paths of
from a careful science on the trail of remediesfor k
the ills of the human ract: ha1-
of college styleithroughout
t survey found a new health food in the lowly I
the country cake of fresh yeast familiar to 'IjI
t : housewife. Hospital tests
have proved that the compressed I
t g-SUITS yeast that can be found on the I try
counter of every corner grocery i R
t -OVERCOATSt.. : possesses remarkable curative prop- ically; t. insett
erties. The ailing man or woman ;
t can now step down to the ,grocery \ i : '. lag P
I RAINCOATS. I store and for a few ,cents provide i lIe It
.'.,'. himself or herself with a tonic. ag. .
: ::: y
Millions of Americans are eating, :.
HATS and CAPS *::::
f'. yeast and the medical professionhas II t n d s :>:; kEe ill:
I put the stamp of its approval : : If
t tSHIRTS "' : :i- on fresh yeast as a health food. I' f. ..... ..HindItJled
For some time many Americans f r; .
t f-UNDERWEA have been eating yeast, and the .
: : f a
f medical profession decided that it Philip B. Hawk :; itigfi;:; :; ;!:!tft:t;; Mff lirttKff_ 0
: was desirable to know just what .I Medical college, ; I
_HOSIERY :i.I they were eating it for. and what has found hc CHARLES S. CALWELL ; meitds
the results were. Experts workingat humble Corn National Bank
Pres'dent Erchane
; Laboratory of Physiological
Chemistry of Jefferson Medical College middle ages the f

J t .' ., Philadelphia, the Philadelphia I medicine to BUNDANT food o/
-at reasonable tax
General Hospital and the Roosevelt In their some thirty-four mm WII. ep cmbr
Hospital in New I prices IS more necessary to dollars on the American
York undertook farmer
a treated 76 t
I Best Values in the State series of experiments with the common ing with American development titan though this tax does extend Ottr.t Hate
I I tinfoil-wrapped yeast cake and common, fresh y upbuilding of an infant Industry, period of some five years. .[ a
they developed startling results. internally, and in *!'! Charles S. Calwell president "We arc advised by ietiallk.
I I Corn Exchange National Bank, thorities that there never idfwnfc c<
t They definitely decided. that yeast i is they noted bea\
a health food. In their In denouncing the pro- dependable American source ti.
The experiments made I report five year graduate duty on potash. It has not been uniforatet
were by
t "' of ed ai
I : BAILEYThe Philip B. Hawk. Ph. D.. Frank under many in the Fordney Tariff BilL poor in quality and inadequate !II,
i came
Crozer our ) Calwell a noted economist and quantity, and the make ;nt a
Knowles! M. D., and Martin yeast treatment t supply IIt.c!
tt E. Rehfuss. M. D., in collaboration ment in the { st. as well as one of the Impression In meeting the Deeds II itt
The Clothier with Olaf Ber heim. Ph. D., Rodell dition of the financiers of the East in a the American farmer A Urge percent I\ Fishback. M. D.. Sc. D. Clarence A. ated with the j[: just Usoed, refer to the of the American product I k I In n
I t Franklin St., cor. Twiggs Smith. Ph. D.. and Robert A. symptoms potash duty as "a tax on grade and cannot compete wttk t
Xichtenthaler, M. S. The doctors in ticular disease in business and the people replace the high quality of the (Go, e.
\ I TAMPA their report traced the use of yeast So the medical ." lie states that the advantage man and French potash, pistITB
t FLORIDA at a cure back to the days of Hip- rendered and the gained by the tax are out of "A a rule, it I* well to pmUt br h
t pocrates, and found that during the can eat fresh to the lasses it would In- the development of Infant I ladai
.. but the American potash 1 ea
t J it Is necessary' for the United has no chance of really erssftSs cell
Gocernin tto protect Its with other coontrfec, \rhkh wotr
I. otherwise
today went on record as favoring the did fepezF
of potaslj during war times natural of '
i I I ) deposits hIP qnaffi
withdrawal of. United States marines' tion. bstb
Calweu says It would eyes; pay easily oiiaedL It ii ccononiei
-- ... from San Domingo. "The million the Gorermneat" to More potast wrong to try and conpet air {
After testimony had been taken regarding was due to R'L I emergencies rather, thaw pUgg_ a 4 coaditioo*' flow

I, conditions in San Domingo, erican un

FAVORS WITHDRAWING Senator McCormick invited sugges- Alexander at one time to remark r t}
tions as to future arrangements in the tified that an of this commission are IOWASTIRREDBY2 nch
island. to a horse by and nIl
I regret that such inci-
HAITI MARINES "I, for one, favor ,withdrawal of then shot., He place under direction of MURDER MYSUffi' 18
._: .' American troops," said the senator. Captain Meckle, officers." I fterti
t Arturo Logrono, secretary to Presi- had killed
I San Domingo, Dec. 15.-United dent Jiminez, again testified that Am- Pedro Ribera psit'o
I States Senator Medill McCormick, a erican marines had committed acts ness stand that GEORGE SPOKE Waukon Iowa, Dec. 15.-North
Iowa is stirred today kj t tit
member of
American congressional of
on residents of the island.M. of the "water d
I committee investigating military Mella, a lawyer, another wit- to other forms murder mysteries within 25 mile sear
occupation of Haiti I| SESSION each other. Two men are held a
and San Domingo, ness, declared conditions financial and Senator McCo> r,
,- I suspects-one in each case. rsa
I .., TODAY Earl Throst, 24, is under any Lit
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Magnuson, pretty 22 year old aciD

f I I:: Furchgott's, M' e'n'.s 8- Dec.EARL 15.-C.-"It REEVES is my earnest teacher lonely, whose school body house washer near found Dff)I Y t

by the articles of agree Chester. Throst was taken at Ffi? *
I submitted to you the strife vine as he was about to board a trs1! raac
_'-- -- Bloodhounds unto *
may be ended and that and deputies
a free partner in the com direction of Miss (correct) G*&!

of nations forming the Martindale, sheriff of Allamake ***.'
; :; 1 .5. will secure the ful ty, participated in a crOSFcaanN
./< The her national ideals," said chase after Throst
; i.. : ".,':. in opening the extra- The second murder mystery 101-
..:;}. .: : ",, :. session of parliament today cerns the death of Mr aDd K' e
}: : ; bestplace '; convened to consider the Charles Van Brockland, on a t
"":: \-'. treaty. 12 miles from Decorap. They --

<,::-:' -. :, speech was brief and. slain Sunday. A brother. Elmer'fd i

RUI F7 '. ....: in Florida ., his hope that the turbulence i Brockland, of the slain younger tJrIt
4 'J: ';": '. had, after long centuries, is under arrest.In .

,', ': '.';.:,' to tranquility. the Magnuson murder case it
t -/ with heartfelt fact to**
to : joy, con- the key to the school I
,I shop! George, "that I learned where Miss Magnuson taught **
';: .. :: 5 which was reached found in Throst's pocket; that he YIf

Jt 1. ... '.IT protracted over I riding a horse stolen from a fIrS
: These negotiations af- I near the scene of the murder sad
t S : only the welfare of Ire- I that his coat was blood-stained, Tf*

___ .to,. .' British races throughout the considered by Sheriff Martin
."" "TKo Si ore as a strong link in the chaia
I ***" /? evidence
: Write us your wants you to meet at against him.
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time "r.
I ; -. in order that the
: when yon can't come 'i* which was signed by
f 1 t T1. and the Irish delegates may my DROPS DEAD AT HIS POll

hthe heorto = submitted for your approv-
Washington GroI,
Dec. 15.-John
s I ,' 'f:7CV. to' '_' ,. -- a police 1fWI t
= officer) on duty at the
u -- ; "-'-. -:: _',=- business will l be brought House
S at ike present sessIon." terday, dropped dead at his port j*

L Sl afternoon. .

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