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
Page of record
Physical Description: v. : ; 32-59 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: the students of the University of Florida
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: October 7, 1922
Publication Date: 1912-1973
Frequency: daily except saturday and sunday (sept.-may); semiweekly (june-aug.)[<1964>-1973]
weekly[ former 1912-]
weekly (semiweekly june-aug.)[ former <1915-1917>]
biweekly (weekly june-aug.)[ former <1918>]
weekly[ former <1919-1924>]
weekly (daily except sunday and monday june-aug.)[ former <1928>]
semiweekly[ former <1962>]
weekly[ former <1963>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 24, 1912)-v. 65, no. 74 (Jan. 31, 1973).
General Note: Summer issues also called: Summer school ed., <1915>-1920 and again in 1923; summer issues also called: Summer ed., <1921>.
General Note: Has occasional supplements.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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System ID: UF00028291:00366
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Preceded by: Orange and blue
Succeeded by: Independent Florida alligator

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:HAVE STRONG LINE-UP FOR Arousing the Old-Time Spirit ;''t ,

':-:', ; INITIAL GAME OF FOUGHT BATTLE SATURDAY 'and' Pep That Makes'theOld.; ;

,.' aAfter SEASON Gators "Give 'Era :Af--
: F' Hell."

: t'and Several Scrimmage.Weeks, Little of Practice Ga I AG. CLUB TO SEND FLORID lIAN'tADE: OUTPUNTED MORE FIRST FUR-)!DEBATING COUNCIL i I I The old Gator-spirit was sure JJ ,'

enough aroused for tbe opening of the

J. tors".Are.. Ready ANNUAL JUDGING DOWNS I I HELD FIRST MEET; i football season last Friday night at ,

| i the biggest pep rally ever staged at f ; .:
;Coach Acosta's batik:g ms have IN DEBATESARRANGED I the U. of F. Cheerleaders, Rambo. r
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jet one more "week jf invparat.on 3Iarsicano, and Harris yelled themselves -
}f ahead of them'"before'they take on'f hoarse and worked themselves .. -
f the rat football eleven firm Auburn GEIGER HYATT, AND ALEC I FIRST FEW MINUTES THOS. SALE ELECTED PRES., tired leading the crowd in roof-rais- r4

, up' in Jacksonville next Saturday af- WHITE LEAVE THIS WEEK i OTHER, OFFICERS WERE ing, yells \vhile Dr. Murphree, Coach'; !

.#:ternoon.- The Baoy Gators lucre put TO REPRESENT FLORIDAA. Florida Retaliated in Second ALSO ELECTED : Kline. and Major Van Fleet gave the

15' a week of hard parctic 2 which has Quarter, Barshan Carried I inspiration that can come only from
included a lot of hard scr.rtnjt.ging.: : J. Geiger C. R. Hiatt, and Alec Bail Over Failed to Tie 1\' 'true Florida men like them. Thoss '
!smoking line plays have been working.1 i White will represent the Ag Collegeof ; who attended that "pep" meeting

with the old si.ap and dash. CcacnjAqosta ; the University at the SoutheasternFair day evening. Officers were elect d .came away with! a new inspiration, 1
Florida lost her initial of the !
has an outfit that will stack to be !held in Atlanta, Ga., Oct.1 game and business transacted concerning and.it was a fainthearted Gator who '-
up better than the btwt than the 14. These men will compose the stack- I year yesterday by the close score of! coming inter-society debates. hadn't caught the grand old.sp rit of
t 7-6. The was a fast and hard-
Auburn rats can show judging team which the Animal Hu game 1 In the election of officers Thomas "Win or Die.? .
from to end and
1 Prior to last Tuesday tb! e Baby; Gafirs bandry Department of the Ag College! 'fought one of the beginning shown, it was Sale, Law College, was elected president With the band out in full force'nd s E,
in spite score
had had no real scrimmage& but sends to the fair each year. Florida's game from the beginning of,' ;- W. Rissell King. Arts and f Rambo, Ralph and Pete up in the i- ,

I constant drilling at signal practice Under the coaching of Prof. Wil- the second quarter. Chewning made t Science College, vice-president; Robert gallery the rally started with a long ,F

this put them in fine shape for the loughby of the Animal Husbandry department the tcuch-down for Furman after the I Wray, Agricultural College. sec G&tor for that grand old President,

past week's workouts which were done the men picked for the ts tat firSt five minutes of play. Barchan I retary; \V. J. Bullock, Teachers'. College Dr. Murphree. t I

ft,borrowed shoulder pail; from have been practicing faithfully tryingto brought in Florida's score in the second j treasurer; and Count Yaranoff,, Dr. Murphree then drove home the r- ;

Gainesville High School. the re;;uKr: learn,,the principal parts of a "ow. .quarter after a series of bril- "I j Engineering College reporter. idea of spirit by a rousing speech in .

" equipment! ,for the rats riot /having! They leave for Atlanta next Wednesday lant forward passes.: The game as I I It was passed by the council that which he impressed the beauty of i'

, arrived up to Friday afwrnuon In or Thursday*and on the way up .plajed is as follows: I I two debates between the college; sticking together and pulling for o'd I
the scrimmage more than one: yearling: I will make ,several stops at a numberof 3:16 witlFarman' I meeting each other for preliminaries Florida. He showed where the cheering '
started m.
Game at
'. showed that as a football oLijer there stock farms in Georgia and at suck I p. i I be held between the dates Dec. 1 and makes the team do just a little
, kickoff which was brought t
was little green about him but his fairs as may' be in progress. where 12. Dr. Bristol drew ballots to pair t better than its beat. oDr. Murphreo :
Florida's yard
Qi: k 25; yards to t
rat cap. they have more opportunity to learnto line. Furman penalized 15 yards for the four teams to debate, the result ,is for Florida first, last and always :

Thursday; afternoon's ,workouts I tell a poor animal from a good one. holding; Carter passes from 20_ .ard being that the Engineers are to submit o.-emotive
to scrimmage with; Last year the team which represented _a question to the Ags. The council }
were given over a I to *JO yard line Chewning thru center I' near ,
the University at.j he fair eajre that these be submit-
the varsijty squad This was the ,-OTii yard. Poteat triads foui voted questions Coach Kline was on hand to-emphasize ,: (
the rats' out with second honors 'aivi showed' I'ted not later than October 17 inc'lnsive. ;,
of the real thing
taste ; :
first Braids over left tackle. Potea: the necesity of a winning sp'nt
. )had, bad, and, considering their opponents the boys from the other southern ajf gait on the next play. Florida Final chcision on the question in the student body if there is tc be
that Florida is on the map been made not later
did exceedingly well colleges must have/ by k
they penalized five yards for off-side. Fur. a winning football team. and of.t'1e
- when it to judging farm animals October .
tomes than 26.
Naturally the more experienced varsity : line. of from Furman -
man's ball on the ten-yard importance winning. ;
; squad had a big advantage :ut ct Geiger, Hiatt, and Alec go up;i Chswning makes five ,yards thru right t' It was suggested that each society sirce the eyes of the south woul.l be( r--

! the end of the workout they know with the intention of uphoidr;{ the I tackle and on the second play. gains have a committee appointed to lok on Florida on Saturday. "It's to de-
: goal little rep made last year.,< after the selection of question. and
they had been up against a another yard. Chewning' goes over a cide whether Florida's record of last
minutes the Later teams will be sent'! to :1 after the business of accepting or
team. The first forty on the line for the first touch-down. Mc- year was a mere flash in the pan or
rats took the ball and showed a lot Jacksonville, Tampa, and to county, Cleod kicks goal. Furman kicks and l rejecting a question or deciding on tH eI I a stride upward," was coache's re i- '
. oi strategy in the plays. fairs in Florida to take part in judging Hokenstad returns ball to the 2C I : side of the question the society is to 'mark i ; ,

The line-up Thursday started out, contests there. yard jine*. Newton kicked out ol: represent' One team submits a question I Major Van Fleet made the closing rt
with Rose and Thomas ends, Williams : On Thursday the student body voted l bounds on the 45 yard line. Fur.. to the opponents, who have tre'i speech in which he impressed the t
$100 from the special fund toward the choice[ of the side to be upheld, pry H
and Smith tackles Mays ind an's ball. Chewning went thru cen. duty of being out and pulling for the
Goldstein guards. Cornwall center ,expenses of the team.COMPLETE ten Incomplete pass. Furman penalized .j vided they accept the! : queston.' i team all the time, particularly during i -
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Randall quarterback, Jones and Lightsey fifteen yards. Florida's ball on practice on afternoons. Turning tJ
halfbacks- and Middlekauff fullback SEMINOLE! the 20 yard line. Florida kicks and I on next Thursday evening at T o'clock r'r'in sprit! Major said, "Now that ,you're .
40 yard line. Fur Language ban.MILITARY f .
Randall showed a lot can.'niness ball is returned to I got it. keep it. ,
: in choosing his plays and several STAFF IS ANNOUNCEDFOR man penalized fifteen yards. Fur- Some real cheer practice followed )
times had the big' boys wondering; man gains four yards, Fjirman punts : DEPARTMENT and then the band struck up the old : ; L

what was coming next. Middlekauff COMING ISSUE and Barchan returns the' / ball to If Orange and Blue as each ,one 'went :

and Jones made some good gains Florida's 40 yard line. Pomeroy fails ANNOUNCES home with a new spirit which means '

through thp line, while Lightsey made to gain ;around right end. Time out a bigger and better

his gains through his speed and fine j Includes All Associate Editors, for Furman. Newton punts. Furman's IOMPLETE STAFF I Florida.'U

open. field running and Managers Editors of first down en the 50 yard line. B. '

The second line up against the var- Departments Assistants i Chewning fumbles and lcs es three Cadet 1st Lieutenant.-.Geiger, A. J.

'ity ran Gamble and Barnes end* j .yards. Furman off-side, five yards CAPTAINS BUTLER, BRAD-I I Cadet 2nd Ueutena-nt-Cox.. )rgcto'

Johnson and Morris tackles, Beard and'I' i penalty. On a kick Barchan returns SHAW. CALHOUN '
'Bigger and better than ever before the ball to the 25 yard line. First PAUL; OTHERS ARE I I .
Rambo- A.
Wit-Bon Cadet 1st Sergeant-
this year'sSeminole Newton punt out i ANNOUNCED
is!!I the slogan of down for Florida. .
quarterback, 'R. Wells Furroan's ball. Sergeants of let Platoon Hanson..
full-back. staff of which J. at the 45.yard line.
halfbacks Dick Brown I '
Friday,afternoon and the coach had 4 is editor-in-chief. A meeting tfa* I.I Chewning fails to gain. Waters The present officers and n->n commissioned K., Taylor, J.-C/Malphurs' C. : 1

fall' for signal practice held at the Sigma Nu house on Friday : i makes eight yards around right end. officers serving in theCa Sergeants of 2nd PJatoon-Davis, O.R. f

while teams he and out Captains Ryder and Atkinson at which the complete staff was On -.a second play he failed to gain. det Battalion for beginning of the< .. Lee, H. D,. Ucher.-P. 1i'. Peeplw, _;
". t, off ide and team : 1922-23 session with company assignments i :
out the places where announced as given below: "urrnn" loft end E.
pointed '
;, !rough edges needed 'a *little more Boxes will be placed in each of the I penalized five yards. Furman punts as announced bv the! Military ,i i Coporal:Middlekauf! WW... Law i
smoothing off. I I halls on the campus, into which any t and Barchan return ball to the 50 I Department of the University n f Florida -[W. E., Murphree. A. A., Di3ben rett,

I contributions to the Seminole may I(yard line. Florida's first dcwn. Pom- i are given below From lime tp D. I. Miller R. E., Freeman, 0-, ;
Taken all in all then bunch of : ba
be placed. 1 eroy made four yards over center. time, however promotions will Salley. H. M., Butts, J. S., DuI Pit, d
. that are out on field every afternoon thirteen yards around made as they are needed andth, Parnwoter W.
gains /P., ,
freshman Nanvs of any one with art or carr :omeroy E., Petteway. G. i
4 striving for a place on the first ends with ball on 30. i are men prepared for them. It s Bee Gs H.
toon ability who desires to work for end. Quarter G., Hills, J ,
; football team that has ever represented I understood that no man will h *
the University of Florida in the Seminole should be given to J. i[yard line.Second. 'I which Company *:'B*
i to servin any capacity
I,, Intercollegiate: football looks as if .i T. Blatt, Art Editor or be placed in quarter: : First who play,down-New he shows himself unqualifiej for. Cadet Captain. Bradshaw. VirgilM.
is have big part in upi the contribution boxes. ton passes to Duncan was .
going to a Officer-
I Florida's first I Cadet Battalion Executive
i holding the athletic reputation that The complete staff is given below ed on the 25 yard to Pomeroy Wilson. S., rank of Cadet Oaj.,.m. Cadet 1st Lieutenant-Cox, John O.
: Newton .
W, lls. Jr.Managing down. passes
Editor-in-chief. R. Gaskina, S.
the built last :seaIon. Cadet 1st Lieutenant-
Varsity Gators up inches of the Cadet Battalion Adjutant-Busbee
Editor-Truman Green. .I who was within six f '. .... t
i Coach Acosota is giving them L. Earnest. line. Barchan takes ball over for a E. B., rank of Cadet 1st Lieutenant. G.. '
Business ManagerR. Sias R- A.
Cadet 1st Sergeant- *
'i the best he has. Every one of them. is: Associate Editor K. K. Hansen- !'touchdown. Newton fails to drcp- Company "A"v of 1st Platoon Wether-

giving the beet he has. LH'a everybody : Associate Editor-H. M.. $raddoek, kick on ,the try-.fbr points* .? 'Score' Cadet Captain-Butler, Iwo Hoskins-, Sergeants Continued on Page 8mxn

support "em. (Continued on Page... 'five.) I ; X: Continued oil Page Five) Cadet 1st Lieutenant-
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.? lr r { J. R. WELLS ELECTED ,from. the first Psalm which begins ffiRSBHffiffiffi '-

EDITOR OF SEMINOLE "Blessed is the man that walketh not ,
in the counsel of the wicked. Mr. '
/F J. R. Wells, of Panama City was White drew comparisons from the !!I MEET. ME AT ; II""
: 1'1 I 't. elected Editorin-Chief of the 1922-23 verses of this Psalm in the more mod-
Seminole at a meeting of the Junicr ern sense, stating that little acts here
a: Class held last Tuesday night in Pea- and there which at first seemed per- : .
4- I body. Truman Green of Tampa was fectly harmless would in time devel I I MILLER'S I
1 1. chosen to be Managing Editor, and op into bad traits in one's character. ::: : .
Robert L. Earnest of Palatka, Eu3i- The best way to keep on the right side .- !ii
't if i 1 ness JUanager. All other office en is to let alone anything that looks --
,: I:' .'\1 the staff are filled by appointmentand wrong or a bit shady.' Then we can, ffi We Are At Your Service m
will be announced at the earliest be sure we are safe. The third verse !
\ possible date. The edition of the t I of the Psalm says, f'But his delightis | No Place Like Home and l\fiIIer's. |-,
# l I Seminole put out last year was the j, in the law of Jehovah.. Let this !Ifi !Ii',
'' 1 1 largest and best ever published at the be the motto for each one of us. !
I University and furthermore was well I Kenneth Hait offered the closing jffifaUfiKfgffiKRFARR! Yi! !f!: Yi! 1
-F managed from the business end With .. --.1
I an ,increased student body and the prayer. LITERARY SOCIETY I
Next meeting Wednesday night at
r r benefit of experience the new officers I PROGRAMME
6:30-right after PLAYER PIANOS! PLAYER :
ought tQ be able to turn out the best -
book ever put out at Florida. Oct. 10, 1922-
The staff has decided that pictures Debate: Resolved that a Democratic ;;
will be put in Individual style and in the next preside'ntialelection We are Distributors for the famous KRANICH & BACH -
that they will get the Seminole out Brotherhood Club entertainedthe victory H
on time. members of the Episcopal churchat would be for the best inter- and WURLITZER PIANOS and PLAYER PIANOS. Let :
*'-:/ a dance at the Brotherhood Club ests of the United States us furnish you with player rolls. We are also state-wide i.

I j j Y. M. C. A. MEETING day house evening.on West University avenue Fri Affirmative-H. L. Crawford, J. B. distributors for HOLTON BAND INSTRUMENTS and

Hazard. LEEDY DRUMS. Write for Catalog.
The regular weekly prayer meetIng The Chili-Carbonel orchestra
144z of the "Y" was held last Wednesday vided the music for the dancing. pro-The I Negative-G. H. Bee Ford Heacock.
evening in the "Y" building. ball room was decorated with stream The Turkish Situation-W. S. Mid- M. L. PRICE MUSIC COMPANY

; Mr. White led the meeting and spoke ers of orange and gold, and with many dleton. 'Enwall. ji
., ;, on the subject of "Keeping on the flowers and plants. ] "Globe Trotting"-Dr. Tampa and! Zack Streets TAMPA, FLORIDA a.I
Right Side in all One's Actions."
I Punch was served by Mrs B. F. Senator Park Trammell was a visitor I
The scripture reading was taken
1. .. Jordan, and during the intermissionthe at the $campus last Wednesday. University Representative W. J. Cody
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; + j, -- guests enjoyed a frozen fruit President Murphree showed him .
'I + + + + + + + + + salad course with saltines. around the campus, and the Senator
The guests were received by Dr. and expressed his great satisfaction with
4 4 I' \. Mrs. Templeton; and the patronesseswere the growth of the University. Sen- .
Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Cannon Mr. ator Trammell was accompanied to x
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i I R r : Y o U' r e. Welcome NICK DAMATO-TAILOR

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': .I SOCIAL CALENDAR the president's desk for the view of .: 'JI'
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:- Pi Kappa Alpha Dance, Friday: ev'enipg tive to .the new men to put forth ". .. : "It.

Woman's Club, 8 to 1, informal. their best efforts to keep it there for ; We Invite'College Men to See and Try On Our : t : J'II'
'jappa Alpha Dance, Kappa Alpha next two years, with the assist- : ,

She, Saturday evening, 9 to 12, in- ance of the old men. All the "rats" :' .
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f 1. who had not yet procured caps were '1 EDERHEIMER '10 '
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. requested by the chair to stnd, and : : ,
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Baya was -' -
T AG. CLUB appointed to d- + "
dress them on this matter and put it t STEIN CLOTHES t. ; -.. L .
to them .
up not as a compulsory af. -'- .
pue,to the inclemency of the weath- : ; "
fair, but as an honorable + ii:
propositionand ..
eY Monday night only a small crowd .: '-. t
a tradition which they should be $30 -- $35 '$45Specially
present: at the meeting of the proud ,; t'i
to foster. The
Ag"'f C1ub. The program, which wasto'fnsist program was c .
then carried out. Mr. W. D. Ether :

;: merits of ,talks of each describing of the the relative five- idge rendered in his inimitable stylea 1 designed for the straight; slim figures of Varsity men-tailored/ $:: II 1

the reading entitled "De Fust Banjo. to look as good in the showdown as they do in :the showcase. Some of the '. .
offered by Ag. College< grcups A debate was next in order, the models have
inverted-pleat backs that finish with
for the benefit of the new men, a belt. : v
given question being, "Resolved, That Labor ..
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was postponed until next meeting Unions are a greater der; :went to Some have bellows shoulders; also belted. Some have patch pockets that J' 1 f
audience could be
wen a larger !pres
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country than they are :t : button through other *
enfc The time was(devoted to an im- The goad. : patch pockets are plain. Some are two button. Some :
affirmative: was upheld by ManonHendry .
pronfptu;; debate by the rats and Par- are three button. .. K
and Paul Brinson, while they ..
}hwnentary drill, in :which everyone 'were opposed by Tom Ferguson: and + All in all it's a showing that reveals the finest in fabrics and finished ,
participated.} .1.1c |I J. R. Wells. The argument was waxing : make- *. j1
The question for debate was, "Re- 4 manship. Extra value is, of course, to be expected.
warm, when time was ca.'e' and .
jolved i That a watermelon on Mr. B's | t. .
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o j j judges retired to make their de- .
a vine which has its S .: I
growing on
I cision. It was several miiutes before :
its on Mr. A's land belongs to Mrjric ( they returned, showing that the I Super-Fine' Ederheimer-Stein Suits at Fifty and Sixty Dollars : f i. :

; The affirmative of 'the question :t debate was close. They gave the de_ I ,1. '. f $; .
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was upheld by rats Hull and Gilmer cision to the .... ;
voile rats Taylor and Hamilton sponl negative. ,- -.o.EVERYTHING: .. MEN AND BOYS WEAR .: '
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I being seven new members admitted .- > : 't <, _
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'SOrtiJ the negative. After a length to the Society, the meeting was ;1: i :
deliberation the judges awarded the adjourned to the lawn, where .
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decision,?Mr.{ Bratley to the,negative.followed in order by* :I with forceful welcome enthusiasm.was tendered them 1 Porter :..;t I Io. : r I i

D>rigers. Smith and Sixma, servedas REPORTER. .
-chairman during a spirited Par .. ; is

liaarentary d...'ll.In !:MEETING\ OF FLINT CHEMICAL. Clothing C +t r I

conclusion, the president urgedeveyone SOCIETY ij r.

especially rats, to be out at I ;' s

,the fext meeting. 'The first meeting of the Flint Chem + .

ical'Society was held in Science Hall :: -'. ...
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JOHN MARSHALL MEETING t-'Wednesday evening, September 26, .: JACKSONVILLE,--CORNER BAY AND LAURA. -* -, O '

I for the year 192223. In the election --0
Jphn Marshall Debating Society met!J of officers Ralph Perkins was elect .' ;

Saturday morning September 30th, intheLaw I j led president; J. H. Hansbrough, vice- I +..

building. It was decided that I president, Dcnald Hubbard, secretary .' .; rI ,- +, ; ,

tieDebatmg Cup won by John Marshall ." and treasurre, and N. D. St. John, re I A .
last year be brought up at each I porter. .4.N.. 4J................................0.....; \
meeting of the Society and placed pn I After a short business meeting, in !I
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Entered as second class matter, September 29, 1912, at the Post- .'
office at Gainesville, Florida, under the acts of March 3,, 1879. '.
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= : F, 1 FREDERIC H. LANGWORTHY _____________..._---' -Editor-in-Chief .. -.j.,. ". -.' <'' .' '- ,, '

ROBERT WRAY ..---______..i* _'+";.H ;: .; :...-Managing. Editor f
: ; Y R. A. CARLTON __..?___.__,_._--__L= ..:..'...:..'.___.__-- _.-__.Sport EditorW. -we're in here with a great big wish for Good Business 'i
'- {. ', RUSSELL KING __._________.___.___________Make-up Editor i

' K. K. HANSEN ________...____________________..:.--_? ________Joke Editor I for The Alligator during the'year, for Success to follow .
FRANK ELMORE, EDGARJBUSB E ..... Society Editors -
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------- the the U. of F.'and health and happiness :
f HUBERT WEEKS J..-! _____.--__.-_______. Copy EditorB. : all of teams.of

_ W, A1.IES.I.Id: ....w iiuf-J-: -::.-:--:.:-.Alumni Editor. to all who l loyally follow-the Orange and BlueFURCHGOTT'S ..,

Q}( j i N". D. St. JOHN .......-.........--....-,-----.-.-. ,--......-...:Exchange Editor i i

; Reporters: V. W.'Bradshaw.HV/d/ParmenleV;; Franklin West, G. ., ,;
:; H. Bee, W. Emmons, B. Gamble Usher, Don C. Booth, R.,E. Glenn. !
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T } D. A. RAMBO -_________.____-..---...Assistant:, Business Manager t: : '

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''h '" The score reads against us but we know that our Florida was. .. -V .
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) not defeated! Though we may have been defeated at other times, f '-> .
- -:1.: i: all the,world knows that we never were beaten, and. we never shall : .:11
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t. ; Today's result stands as a challenge to us as "Florida" men. -

,.,.\"" :i I Let us show the outside world. that our comeback is inevitable, *+*............................... .4.4.....44:,
'1.\fi and our spirit indomitable. Florida has never yet failed to come

5 ; i back, and in the face of adversity we have held true to our sacred J

i : ,f : traditions, the tradl.tlOns.that bespeak Florida as being a body of t I
: I men who do but smile grimly in the face of defeat and come back 7 V 1 j

;:. .. -. \k I with a dash that makes others look on and wonder. Be it your STUDENTS' UNIVERSITY MEN ; I

motto'hence and forever: "Florida, my all!"
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: RHODES SCHOLARSHIPS Demand Value and style. iI i

; l\\ ': : Three men have made application for Rhodes scholarships THAT FIT .
:r& '\ from this college B. H. Hall Society Brand Clothes.
It : George A. Stanley, and W. J. Biv-
3" ens. The plan of the Rhodes scholarships, formulated some decades :- f
WEAR AND Hanan Shoes, Manhattan Shirts, Kn.x Hats j
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; r ago by Cecil Rhodes, is briefly to bring together the best
'",\_ brains of the world in their studies at Oxford. The object, stated -' .' ,
f}t!. '! by Mr. Rhodes, is that an understanding between the three Great SATISFY Are featured lines in the:Giddens,! Store. II

:-0; Powers will render war impossible; and educational relations .- Mail Orders a'Specialty.; '- '
.make 'the tie. ,. .. -.c' 4 -
strongest By the three great powers, he meant ,

c !, England l Germany and the United States. For carrying into effect 1 '

9 3; I this liberal idea, Mr. Rhodes laid aside a sum of money for ... .,- ..,.'f.,' _
;. ;.Z.L, scholarships for students from the three countries' In .
our country "'! "' i. .h'. -
': .# each State has the privilege of sending students. The winner 0 ., 0'
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/J.t- of 'the scholarship is the benefee of about $1,500 per annum, for ?35 Sport Model Serge Suitsat "'!

-J f. I three years. ...____... ..___...___..$25.00 11
!?:J : ; The scholars are required to qualify along four lines: 1. Literary HENRY ,.GIDDENS CLOTHING CO. I

..: and Scholastic. 2. Fondness for and success in manly, outdoor 2 Pants Tweeds Suits, $25

: ) : sports. 3. Qualities of manhood, truth, courage, devotion to value .at .____.m__. ________$18.95 TAMPA, FLORIDA I
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: I duty, sympathy for and protection of the weak, kindliness, unselfishness j

jA ; .and fellowship. 4. Exhibition during school days of a $4.50 Velour and Felt Silk
; ::.. I moral force of character-instincts to lead and :take interest in lined Hats at ...__,-.?_..._$3.00

'V: A \ schoolmates. ,
;, 1 The scholarships are certainly worth the efforts any,student nn
ZL J. ; may make in trying to win them. If he fulfills the above four requirements i ,
( you will have to admit his merits. We at Florida .
;:-;; .. I should take more interest these scholarships. .Several men 4.

:} i"" '' : have gone from .this college to the great University at Oxford. All TOO BAD IT WASN'T TWINS 1 1is

j. t have made good. There will probably be appointments made this See the new rinkel in Van I
:: year and two from is the Husen Shirts at what you think when buy suit
years now. Today time to begin trying you a new and the pants*;
?*' for them. According .to recent announcements, the usual mental give out. while the coat is getting warmed up. We have

,- tests have been done' away with, but the University authoritieswill The BUSY BAZAAR suits ,with extra pants from $30.75 up. f
no. doubt apply some kind of examinations to determine the i 'lJ"

;a; '' fitness of tfce\ applicants. Go to the library and read up on the 125-129 W. University Ave. 'NUFF SED :,
t P 1 I marvelous opportunities offered to Rhodes Scholars. i
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: NEW"MEN:\ ATTENTION! Burnett THE Clothier
t With the game with Purman. our football year has its real opening -
''\ and beyond the football season are many other college activi-
;. t! ties. Are you to be of ..
i going a part the University. or a parasite :
:.f -" on it; a cog on the wheel of Florida's progress, or a piece} of obstructing -
dinner in the White : yet secured Chapel tickets must
debris? 'Choose your place carefully and thoughtfully House. I A concerted effort is being made t?:
and don't forget that Florida Previous topic of conversation, cutting see Buck Carlton in 8 Buckman before put a stop to the ts
will return as good as you give. Ev-' II speculation in se> i
wisdom teeth. October 1, after :which date oilmen '
eryone cannot make the' football teams, but there is nothing to which has been as bad :feature 1 jfcS
Betty Range"I cut this ,must have permanent seats in
prevent your using your voice. A team can win only when sup- peach previous! years. According to %"
: : ported by a' student body composed of 100 percent loyal men. easily. ChapeL Mr. Carlton, anounces that Carlton only one seat will be sold
the sale
seats has been
When} the referee's Bill Cody "But you can't cut a much low to each man this fc
whistle blows year, in spite
are you going to be a weakly '. er this year than formerly, due
] interested spectator, or a living, yelling part of the fighting 'Ga- wisdom:\'"vNoticesAll ooth.V: !; ably to the lack of publicity this aria organized others.protest from: Fats' Fi4 .
tor? Tea-hound or MAN, take your choice. year. Out of the 500 available seats In addition, men cau
selling seats .
Freshmen who have not c cs c only 73 have been disposed of without proper authtf
so far. J I
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TENNIS TOURNA 7-6. Kick-off by Newton. returned to30yard :
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line. Furman 11
fumbles ;
MENTOPENSMON. first play and Gunn recovers ball. i When in town make our headquarters your' headquarf: :.

; enstad Furman fails penalized to gain.for Newton joff-side.fails Hok-to : tel's. W have a place for you to rest, with plenty of f .'_
Were Closed Saturday :
tries gain. Newton to Duncan ( .
fight Many Teams and Individuals ,goal line but pass passes is declared out-of-over des space. Come on In nqJ let's put the'Gators. ontop.. ...

t Entered I bounds. Furman's' ball on the 20- i :, i :
yard line. Poteat kicks to Florida's
Inter-college tennis tournamentstart 45 yard line. Florida's first down.Newton's -- .-' e
Monday' afternoon. Oct. ii.: pass incomplete. Byrd in _...\ : .. i
:out o'clock. Over 75 entrants had for Coleman. Newton makes incomplete .' .
when the entry list was clos- : : STANDARD 'CLOTHING CO.
.c Saturday night. a fumble but recovers. Dixon in .
'he Dames of the men were divided for Newton. Case in for Hokenstad. H
frig to colleges and I a draw was Dixon punts to Furman's 26 yard line i. 17-19 W. Bay Street : H. L. COVINGTON; res.i

l tO decide which colleges would for Furman's first down. Waters ) 4 ,
D. tournament. The order of gains eleven yards. Furman's downon 0 t

:+gtt :and players will be posted 37-yard line. Waters fails to gain. 4 4

-Z' Bie in for Pomeroy, who was in- .

:6e(tennis courts have been. SUP- jured. Waters gains four yards. Bie I: .
>| with new nets and have been intercepts pass. Florida's first down .
rtfly: paired for the meet. All .on 45 yard line. Bie makes four,I'............ :...:.:........................, .- .- ....; F

rtco rts will be reserved for the yards ,around left end. Furman pen :line. Dixon punts to Furman's 25 ---- ------ -- r
each day from four o'clock I'alized two Cox f
rnament yards. in for Case. 'yard line. Furman punts to Barchan
1&e officials will be chosen from 'Dempsey in for Watson. Two incom- 'who is on his 43-yard line. Newton
University Tenis Club- t plete passes from Cox to Bie. On I passes to Hokenstad for two yards.
::act< college will play it out s.epa-.fourth down, an incomplete pass from t'Florida penalized five yards off-side. METHODIST REVIVAL ,
:elyat first and the winners in each j Cox to Bie. Furman's first down onj 1 Barchan fails to gain. Dixon punts oil

!ltgl| will l represent that college in Florida's 48 yard line. Taylor made!and ball is Furman's on 20-yard line. .
! finals which will consist of both two yards and then four yards over!Waters fails to gain. Furman penalized Rev. Chas. F. Weigle
:tiles; and singles. The finals will i right, tackle. Furman fumbles and' fifteen yards for holding. Hok .
i ably! he held about October 19 as !Byrd recovers. Two incomplete' passes 'enstad recovers punt. Florida's ball : Preacher, Soloist, Chorus Leader. !
preliminaries will last about ten I Cox to Bie. Dixon punts and halfis I on Furman's 39 yard line. Hoken ft

n* up. I stad loses twelve yards on an at- University ? f
: are Cordially Invited.
The/winners: of this tournament will Second half: Hokenstad in again !tempted pass. Another pass by New-
prospective men for the U. of P.Vansickel's for Cox. Weston in for Chewning !'ton is incomplete. Coleman 'intercepts .

Coleman for Picklesimer. McLeod a pass for Furman. Quarter I METHODIST CHURCH A -> :: :
Studio is prepared doa kicks p/f>and Duncan returns ball to ends with ball on 34iYard line. Po
JEodak finishing. South Side of 30-yard line. Hokenstad fails to teat makes one yard. Newton catches .
Opposite White House ., i. g I IEG
care, Gainesville. gain. Newton loses two'/y rds. Dix- punt' and ball is Florida's on 50- -. ,. ..
on kicks to Furman's fifteen-yard line. yard line. Newton makes one yard

i.; ' ;:Florida, Florida. bad on 20-yard line. Florida penaLized and loses ten yards. Pomeroy makes ,:
fifteen yards. Newton throws eight yards around left end. Pome r
I'k''j i I FLORIDA three incomplete passes. and Hocken- roy loses eleven yards around right t ; ,
stad one. Furman's ball on 45yardline. end, Furman's ball on Florida's 40. '
I I tI' Poteat makes three yards over yard line. Taylor makes two yards Bedding, Pillow Cases; n : x:
" I FLORIDA left tackle. Gunn throws Waters for over right tackle and fails to gain.
;"" | FLORIDA three yard loss, Poteat ,punts and Murphree in for Barchan. Florida Sheets, Blankets f "H {
Barchan' returns ball to Florida's 25- penalized two yards. Furman kicks i' "
!t it yard line. Dixon punts to Furman's and Murphree was downed on his 12- RIBBONS-RIBBON NOVELTIES. i>;oi l
Florida Belts .._________1.25 20 -yard line. ''Poteat punts to Bar- (yard: line. Dixon punts and ball is
tl FLORIDA chan on Florida's 25 yard line. Dix- Furman's on 49 yard line. Case in MADE TO SPECIAL ORDER ': J

t on punts over, goal line. Duncan put for Dixon. Furman loses three yards. "V
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*i.....- FLORIDA fifteen yards. Furman's first down on 1 kicks to Murphree who fumbles but!
30y and line. Three plays fail to gain. recovers and ball is Florida's on 20 I
;TRULY LOUIS Hokenstad intercepts pass on fifteen :: yard line. Pickleseimer in for Col- 0
yard line. Dixon punts and Waters J son. Pomeroy makes two yards. Case ,
SOUTH SIDE SQUARE returns eighteen yards. Furman's runs to Furman's 40 yard line with a Quality] Jir/ /' ,
ball on 45 yard line. Waters makesone clear field ahead, but stumbles and is SerVice ;lt
yard over right tackle. Florida downed. Pomeroy makes four yards GAINESVILLE,FLORIDA ;
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f penalized five yards. Robinson throws over left tackle. He loses four yardson I
YOUR I t Taylor for four-yard loss. Newton criss-cross play around left end.
_: t intercepts a pass and runs to 30-yard Case fails to gain.. Newton. .passes to
:;\f BLADES ,I Pomeroy for- nine yard gain rur-- t
man's ball on 31-yard line. Waters ",
Sharpened at about one- I t tennis team. Two or three more, tour- makes two yards and then one yard. "HOT DAWG! ,
held also to help select -
naments be
will Florida'sball i
t Furman kicks to Pomeroy. E
third the cost of new bladesSWEARINGEN'S the team before spring. line. Pomeroy .
S on I Hot Wienie Roll -
Four regulars and 2 alternates will l loses three yards around left end..
compo the final team. Captain Her- Newton throws three incomplete pass lOc
bert Williams and Manager Lynn :es. Furman's ball on the 37-yard line.
AT IDEAL CAFE t the team officials for and then "The kind liked last "
Crawford are Waters makes five yards you year, at
Opposite Fire Station 6 the coming season. Manager Crawford I. (Continued on nage 8) j j
-------....I states that a week's trip will I. SPECTOR'S LUNCH ROOMWest
...-- .... .- ..,! probably be taken, 'on which the team COMPLETE SEMINOLE
'will meet Georgia Tech University of STAFF IS ANNOUNCEDFOR University Avenue. Open 6 a. nu to midnight
Shipman-Ward I I l Georgia and other colleges of that I COMING ISSUE .

i iTYPE'V ITERS I {'state The money to finance the trip (Continued from Page 1)) .

E t... $3.00 Down II has already been ,appropriated by the Assistant Managing Editor-Pran:! Literary Editor-George Milan. Assistants
and I I r student body. In Florida the team will Paul. Sporting Editor-W. M. Pepper, Jr. Military-Harold Stansfield.

r Typewriter, Repairing I,I play Rollins at Orlando. Stetson at Assistant Managing Editor-W. S, Society Editor B. S. Pierce. iLterary-Leslie Stephens. '
Court Players
Supplies DeLand- and the Public
Games with Middleton. Military Editor-V.M. Bradshaw. Liteary. H. Bee.OrpnizationsD. .
!, team of Jacksonville. '
Thq Bloodworth' Typewriter t other teams are pending. Assistant Business Manager. -'Harry Organizations-Edgar Blake. F. McDowell.

I and Repair Company No entrance fee is charged for the Lee Creary. Art Editor J. F. Blatt. Oaganizations. R. Davis.
.. t tournament and all students are: urged Assistant Business Manager-pT. L Cartoons Editor-Frank Heitzman. Atheletics-O. R. Bie.
iizt Door to Western Union i t1e'games and Jackson.
-.t[back to come their out college ad see representatives. Literary Editor- Miller.: Joke Editor-J. J. H drick. ,_ Jokes.-:Louis Bonchelle. f _
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FOR generated. and beautiful chemical gardens -

? 1 t. EXPERT SERVICE. | were made to grow. I before the I t Offers This Season a Very Complete
A eyes of the spectators.The CeI
program was followed by short, I Line of Wearables for Young! Men %

itIf I you call once you'll call 't'tI J I but interesting, talks by Dr. Leigh,I ,I OUR FEATURE FOR FALL WEAR .
: Jagauu f Prof. Black and Dr. Bcialer, who told i

h I";Net Door to Alachua Cafe tl | of the future aims and the purpose of 1 r
t this society. I I'I' CLOTHES 0 F FASHION :
; PALEY BOYDHEARSTS Everyone taking Chemistry here is j ,

1 ,... __ .... A invited: and urged to connect himself II I 2 Pants Suits L
It will
t with this organization. I .
interest and life to' chem-
new your i
: istry courses; and be a source of t I '
pleasure to you. Future meetingswill x AND TEXTURES PRICED AT \ .
be held-on alternate Wednesdaysat '
7 o'clock. / I

'" Peabody Club met for its regular I

-, ''On the Corner Every Sat-. meeting Monday evening. Businesswas See Our Representative, Mr. S. J. '
transacted and a good program t
urday Night enjoyed. Lowenkopf, 57 Thomas HallI t

The society voted that two copiesof I t I
[ :- "Robert's Rules of Order": be purchased I \V1tlT.t; 4'LANN.tL; !i
and be placed on reserve in Col. LISLJ
the library for use by, the membersof .,j
I I FOR YOUNG MEN lar attached-of Silk, Mercerized .
I Peabody Club. President announced HOSE > !
; A. H. Doran that the first five minutes of each t Poplin, ''White, Tan '''

For Bicycles and Bicycle meeting' in the future would be devoted t $7.45 and Gray $2,45 25c Pair r-r- 1 I
I to the study of these books and 4
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to parliamentary practice. The so- .
222 East South c'sty: also voted that the vice-presi __ ______ ___ i
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? t I dent be made permanent chairman of plans of the Council for the Inter- 1
.. ....i_ the social commitee with power to Society Debates, which are to be,held f
select other members of the committee within the two weeks beginning December
-:; t :.OTTO F STOCK t at will. 4 1st.Motion I THE UNIVERSITY BOOK STORE I f

: Ellis Moore gave an interesting and was then carried for the ,'
i I TAILOR t amusing discussion on the art of president to appoint a commitee of 0 Basement Language Hall I 4

I I Summer School Campustry. The rats five to make the necessary arrangements t 1

;::PH) t L AND SI t entertained speeches, and with then Roy extemporaneous Hinson gave I The Society for the adjourned Inter.Society to nwet Debates.Tues- t New Line of University Jewelry and Stationery, Large 'ft

1 an instructive discussion on "The I day evening, October 10, 7 p. m. t Assortment of Pennants, Freshman Caps, Memory !

!, ; I DRY CLEANER School Teacher and Politics. Ebing- Books, Etc. :
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,1 : er closed with some excellent adviceto MIAMI CLUB
? the Sophs in his discourse on "My I EVERYTHING FOR THE STUDENT
t Phone 354 t Experiences With the 'Reckless Rodents The members of the Miami Club en-

E 1 ______ ." joyed a pleasant social evening at l __ ______
(- : the Agricultural College last Tues..I -" ....... 4II 4II ............_______-::.
t 1i t .. FARR LIT MEETING d?y. Fnrt: "a",' nuts tees served
) i I while the:fellows had a get-together I' P

1t2f/ Farr Lit. held it's rgeular'meeting meeting. One of the members called J THE LYRIC THEATRE I' .
? 1 KODAK AS: YOU GO in Peabody Hall Tuesday night, Oct. the elub's attention to th f act j that
3. The first number on the programwas the University received: much more I,1.t You Know How We Stand on All College Matters

s II a debate, "Resolved, That Intercollegiate attention in Miami than it formerlydid. ..
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I Football Should be Abolished. The meeting time was changedto ,

." The affirmative was upheld by the first Thursday of .each monthat ..............................t
t 6:30 and all will be held
George Stanley and "Rat" Winters, meetings
while Hubert Weeks and "Rat" Shafer :at the Ag. College. At the close. of T BOYS WHEN YOU BUY SEED BE SURE TO GET THEM'X ''

argued the negative. The affirm,the short business session the .newmemberS -FROM- .
ative won the decision. received complimentarymarks
J. H. Wise gave a talk on "The,I and remarks bestowed with : THE SEMINOLE SEED COMPANY

Debate and It's preparation." "Rat"Kenneth :becoming liberajity. by the old men. GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA<

Jones read two poems and I .............................
1, K. K. Hanse gave a selected reading.; Fahs-Any letters for me?
KODAK The meeting was then given over, Lady in the postofficewindow- ............................ .. ..... .
: to business and Rusell King, member a Whats your *name? '
,of the Debating Council, tcld of the Fahs-It'll be on the letter. :: WHEN YOU EAT AT THE ):

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t campus your classmates NATIONAL BANK. t
,g P for example, with t Incorporated 1888 : YOU GET r..

L: ; theirsnug sombreros that I Capital $100,000 Surplus,, $150,000 t : A SQUARE MEAL
?c grow? smaller with each GAINES VILE, FLORIDA 't f fo +- :
J"3in-are fun to make II._____, ....___............. .... __ .. at 'a .
now, and grow pricelessin SQUARE DEAL PRICE j
your senior year. STYLE -__ J............. .. .. .

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i appreciate the story-telling ALL THE WHILESuitsBatsFurnishing I Greenleaf & Crosby Company
pictures you can send them.

i : j Picture making the Kodak -
system of operation makes -
way is easy and enjoyable. .
Come in and.. we'll show you. for exceptional values-unexcelled
II Jacksonville!
> 1: f i\ service. ,/f\\\ # Florida I

Autographic Kodakr t Medals, Class Rings and Pins. Commit- I
$6. -*>
fo up
t tees in search of loving cups or trophies, f
1 v BAIIIDHARDWARE Goods r t suitable for Golf, Tennis or other athletic

44 CO. t events, will find it.,an easy matter to

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'. FLOR IA t will gladly send Upon approval .

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*% ATROCITIES, I I caravansary with a bottle of th* !Id .--.__ ... _4 It < y. : : .
5 stuff concealed on his preson, and a t !fif! 1B! IltIJ't i t
t- t and Blocked
Hats Cleaned
JUB"WEAKLY LIMERICK I policeman accosted him. woulj the 1 ;
ig jay Freshman named'Barrs.I Hon. Duke be justified in shooting\ the I By t GATOR CAFETERIA | Ij (, rAT

dropped tq this planet from. Bull in self defense?-Lav 8tud t NEW YORK HATTERS gj COLLEGE INN !fi H : II'j'' ;

>da ; r r I Work called for and deliv '
:1 nine lawyer, Wanted-Six men to shovel out thePractise t t 1!Ii CAFETERIA! S E R V ICE. lii' .
: sawyer, Court ered. ,Tell T. P. Winters, !fi 1 0.
good '
a room every Saturday ; ;
1 he'n mke ever pass up enough hoars morning' just after the adjourr-rrent t 35 Buckman. 0i t.. !ffi Short Order Service ____________...v..._730 A. M. toll. P. M. ii i' ,
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ri":;;the bootlegger said of the J. M. D. S. 4 W SPECAL CHICKEN DINNER on Sundays...._...12:30 P. iI
[ wOA Jl diluted his supply of rum, _._'_._ 25c, I Met' III :
II be said of me that P J. Thompson handed in this HAIRCUT ---- -- t A. A. ACKER Prop. li1, : I.

it ;ill ew considerably to. clipping: t SHAVE .........----.-.-. 15c !Ii ;.. "
. t weakened Someone t i laaaaaaSUHHI j '.1
joints sent the editor o! a cer- \"
Js j 1ast. tain paper a few bottlej cf home JOE TORRETTO I ll'fe; "
; I -- brew. The same day he rectivc'J: for t No. 1 Buckman .
dding-c'Tarzan, stop manias When ;4 y
R your ticker fails to tick .
at publication a wedding retire and a!' ------ '." -
your nails? you can buy lady- auction sale 'and. Here's how it came -- - -- ----: And you want it fixed real quick- ;i :

era it t the! 'bakery.-? out in the paper. "William Smith and it J. S. BODIFORD t Bring it to us and get the benefit of a skilled: and experienced 1 n f

last summer after he had Miss Lucy Anderson were dhp'Ht'J (){ t workman.L. :i
Jay and
2C < t
at public auction at my farm oru imk)
:a dismissed from camp. E. M. C. SMITH'S South Side Square :f
Mnggr was wandering arpund and east of town. She wore a beautiful t COMPANYDruggists t li:
cluster of roses at her breast nd
in the sights in a small Ala- I : Phone 32 j .
&*tillage. He walked into the two white calves, before a background _____4I j.: t :

aft Option'terr and on one read of with the surprise tomb-stones this:. of mention farm in implements the presence too numerous of about 7 tc,)- Popular Goods at Popular Prices atBURKHIM'S : ..1''d'

Honest Man." guests, including two milch cows, six I'
and an
'jjgcratched A Lawyer his bead and re-read I I mules, and one bob-sled. Reverend THEY FIT
the I I Mr. Jackson tied the nuptial knot with
.._ription. He looked at
assent long and hard, and then1kid j 200 feet of hay rope and the bridal THEY WEAR r 1 :, '. .
couple left on one of John Deere's gang
several W. J
around the grave ;
mining it from which all seemEdbolls'ei angles.1, to plows suit for their an purchaser extended trip Thev on will terms IKj I THEY SATISFY SEE Wi .;' .-

! did the aim sentence somewhat., over and j' at home to their friends with one / Vidal Drug ompany. }' i.

r Spain, and 'again examined the few good kitchen baby buggy utensils almost'after ten new months a'.d a '. .-._.- I FOR DRUGS, STATIONERY; TOILET ARTICLES, I 'T. ,\ ,

['dosely. Another man in the CANDIES SOUVENIR CARDS, WATERMAN PENSELECTRIC i'' o .
j teiy approached and asked him:I parties I; I, },1

jfiaf* you found the grave of an !' I
t $4.50 SpecialUnited 4I -4I "" "' "' 1
I friend! i.
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'Ko,*? said Shabinger, an honest t Boy, call quick and tell j I'I'I '
j wondering how they; him that he can blow out his Ia7iti'r:, '| r
and night's rest. Paul 'I
e"to bury those two fellows in get a good i -
" Hills admits that he went fishing SHOES REPAIRED WHILE YOU WAIT :
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!rrave'I once this summer and didn't catch I I ; .1
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"tract from the account of a single fish. Shoe Store SERVICE AND QUALITY OUR MOTTO I .
I "-and she is suing him for br'* h j I
.or election in the Tampa, Sunday of promise.'* I! / I";:" I
of the coments the
one on "
:elected; I 'That" so? I didn't know that he Had, 125 W- UniversityNext STUDENT REPRESENTATIVE K. WINTER, ROOM I '!,: !

and Bill Ward have money. t'
Byrd 19 BUCKMAN\ I
been honored by their election A new student enterprise hay opened to Busy Bazaar ,t I" :: I
I in the basement of Science; hall I I'"
ttbersnip of the Phi Belta Phi up :I-; ;;
fraternity, which is composedof It is a branch electro"plitn!; shop and -- - --------- .. :
students in Plating Works: Their guarantee is ,
the most brilliant --"' -
of law. will be known ,as the F1)rids. Electro; T i f ;

College, is infringing on the copy- that if a piece work is not -equalto I & ti i
s one Sanitary Cleaning FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH }Jt 1.I,
&'" name of the rat's honorary the new article, it will} be a better e o
job. This shop is under the management Club THE HOME LIKE CHURCH ;
m&y.. ::1 Felta Belta. The Grand | Pressing ( f 'I
,of th. Florida chapter should I of Mr. P. J. Thompson, who ;f'(11
Q the:job. j will be pleased to show anyone over I Opposite Star Garage I I Special Bible Class for.Students. .: "::1

\' ________ i the works. Teachers-Dr. S. Leigh, Roscoe and Rogers.,' ,;;,1.1 '!

| Foot Notes. I LET US CLEAN 'EM I II I It SUNDAYS-9:45. Fine Music and Lots of Pep.. I:t; t
motion that puts Curtis Byrd claims that he has been
make a you at the treated very badly the past couple! I! B. Y. P. U. Sundays at 7 P. M. sharp. n "
&ads in the Alligator Dyeing and Pressing Also
of weeks. It all started when he was t ,
the -
of page, j Everybody cordially invited to all services.
675 :
etude elected Sergeant at arms of the Jun-

--=- ,for Class. His name was in the Sun I t ..;. __ J JI I I i: '

tl< How About It, Hoyle? the next morning as J. Bird, thereby i ,

", Fair Spectator-Do you un- embarrassing him greatly. Admit- Everything Electrical i ..........................= :: '
still. Curtiss .- ,.
d football? ting that he is a jay. .

I Ditto (only fairer)-Oh,yes! says, he hates to have it made so JOS. J. SEYKORAPHONE : SPORTING GOODS ;1 .
3t' public. But when the notice of the I I,
Jove to see the quarter-back 107 Football Tennis ;j
'a election came ont in the Alligator! i : '
thirty-five yard drop-kick-for This be.came GAINESVILLE, FLORIDACARBONELL Hardware of All Kinds :' I
*Hownu -Law Stude. he was listed as C- Byrd. : ) :r: .
confused with J. Bird and the : '. SEE US ,.1
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i Oar Law Course credited with having the both job.Jimmy This THE THOMAS COMPANY : }

?card it's a joke, worked a hardship on CHILI'SUniversity Phone 22 j .
already .
for Jimmy was
feat Boyd and Curtis,
old bloke
any vice-president, and he hated to SyncopatorsA :. WEST SIDE OF SQUARE 4. ;#'
step into law and slide thru; .
listen[ my pard. be accused of hogging the offices. real orchestra that plays S :

don't study hard, Altho hN admits that he is the most .real music. Music for all oc I :.:..=.:....*****++*+++++**+**#$:#:*

find 1 that the joke's on you. popular man in school he thinks thata bid I-
casions. Let us on your _
On I - 0
man can geet too much publicity. -- - -

Crandall ii; and Rasco, the other hand, Curtis had to ,bear work. t JOHNSON'S PHARMACY ,

Worse than Tobasco; the awful insult of being confused CECIL CARBONELL Drugs, Medicines, Stationery, Toilet and Rubber Goods I

sand us tough cases galor with Jimmy. The disgrace was too Business Mgr. t We guarantee personal attention to Prescriptions. Only

',get every one, much. Curtis drank 13 glasses of iced Address Box 602 or Care I purest drugs used. Low prices. Quality considered. I ; :

rrt! all the work done, tea for supper and hasn't been seen CollegeS Gainesville, Florida. { t.
,please us by heaping on more. since. His whereabouts are suspic-I ,_-. ... ... i- so..r.

I Dear: and the Judge ioned, tho. I --- --- H r 0 E Si ................................:. ..

smile sweet as fudge, (Roy pulled this for two weeks I : SHOES REPAIREDBY
I f steady and got away with it eve v
I course .you think sure
t 'J1 place. time until he tried it on the superior' H B. M. TENCH H; t.

ben those old sages, intelligence of Shelby Gaskins). t .

.fake thirty pages," Roy-Dr"-JManchester is looking for O Gainesville, 0 ;; AMERICAN SHOE REPAIR COMPANY. -

101)>) to just show in the race.ife. .- you. 1,
{ Roy-He's J lost a lot of dumbells I' E Florida E T Shoes Called for and Delivered Work Guaranteed

Tdl'em, Jifdge; I ain't got the and= .
Heart. Shelby-Oh, I heard "about that. S H 0 E S : TELL T. WINTER, AGENT, 35 BUCKMAN

t.*e the Hon. Duke Baya was They're all over at the Sigma Nu > .:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:..:i=>>>< ..>>>>:.>>.>>>:f.:1: *

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Omicron Gamma Sigma, local "fraternity "

E '1 In the ,form gave of its an initial informal social dance affair at i'l. What You Can Expect of :;i ,

{ d j the Woman's Club, Saturday evening. .
The hall was prettily decorated with .
the colors of the .fraternity orange '

and green. The members of Omicron j I > Good Clothes : ..

_J Gamma,Sigma"wore orange and green i:. .
.that they 'he
ribbons might distinguished -

J j from'the Jnvited} guests. Swan : Satisfaction as long. as the fabric lasts-that's what you get in good clothes. That's why
son a orchestra rendered a delightful l
t J featuring waltz Brand Clothes-we know so well how carefully ev,
program, a delightful t. recommend, Stratford and Society .
; "Sweetheart Sigma Chi," in honor bf ;

the fraternity, which'i Omicron'Gamma. : :. ery detail of quality is watched. Lasting style, lasting fabric, lasting satisfaction.

)g Sigma is petitioning.- Refreshments .
served with punch''and wafers. "

L e Chaperones for the occasion were: : .Stratford and Society Brand Clothes

; Dr. and :Mrs. C. L.. Crow, Prof. and
r t Mrs. M. Dr7codyCapL and Mrs. I, in Navy and Orange. A finer quak
4. I L. Ryder knd Prof. Reed. i: We have the University of Florida slip-over Sweater, T

' Out-of-town guests-were Mrs. L. 11. icy is not made. \
Carruth front J
Tamp and Miss Enuestine .
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I four yards thru right tackle. Game i are worn by college men throughout the United States -

4M ended with ball on 30-yard line. "o"

i bd *-? S.uIiniiTshrdl shrdlu uaua ua : 1 .: $7.00, $7.50, $8.50 .- .
( Line-up: S *eo
2- Florida-Coleman, le; Robinson, It; : i -- J
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1 "Norton, Ig; Gunn,'c: Scott, rg; Doty, I
I .,rt; Duncan (captain), re; Barchan,I :: \ T: ; Crofelt and Knapp Hats .

\ jb; Pomeroy. Ih; Newton, rh; Hok- .
\ enst d, fb.F.urmanBradley. : f .' $500 and $6.00 '_

3r M le; Burnett, It; t
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Cox, Ig; Picklesimer cj= Buyck, rg; '
'McLeod (captain), rt; Carter, re; '.- I

Ghewning, qb; Poteat, lh; Watson '
;'I rh; Waters, fb. See our Representatives Manhattan ShirtsDent's j
:. ,)' i Referee: Ted,Arnold (Auburn). 'HA'RVEY'S

I .;! .' Umpire: A. R. Hutchins : WILLIE MORGAN : Gloves
Head Linesman: A. B. (
f uurdue.1

, r1 ,., ;i il .Tech Timekeepers). : John A. I! i<'RANKEVANS 24 West Forsythe St. a yW'OllIose

.; Yale), Furman (Furman). *

,, Time of Quarters 15-12, 1512. -
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'vax, O. K., Keen. W. H.,. Davies, C. .
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.i Sergeants of 2nd Platoon-Trimble
.* D. C.. Cook, J. V, Merrin. J. K.
4 I Coporals-Knight?, H. E..'ChamplinR. FRATERNITY PLEDGES :Myers; Raymond Daniel, Tarpon qt es, received their education at I at.High School. The dates wSJ

Towles, A. M., Blake. H. D-, Johnson Springs; Elmo Weeks, Harold Springel much less than cost. Every one val have not ben agreed Bfi.

; :> N. J., Clark. R. W.*, Uptegrapt, The seven Greek letter fraternitieson of Tampa; Bill Tatey, Miami; knows how generously the alumni of I Letters have been received sjUna

h, E., Morris. CE., McClendon. H. the campus announce the following ]Pickles Williams Pensacola; Carson most private and endowed* institu- College, Southern. static

': G., Simpson, J. M, B.. Foy, E. T.. pledges: Andrews, Jacksonville; Albert Tom- tions have discharged their obligations they were not putting out socef J
'. i Anderson, Enwig- Kappa Alpha-Walter Troxler. Nat 1 lin, Plant City; Burton Williams OJin )J- Graduates of State universi. I this year.
Company "C" Mayo, Brooks Bateman, James Field Parker, of Tallahassee; Wallace ties can discharge their-obligations in '

r k '; Cadet Captain-Calhoun. G- A. ing, of Ocala; John Bond, Norton Schafer, Haines City. two ways: by assistance to their FOOTBALL SCORES;::J

r Cadet 1st Lieutenant,-Stansfvld. Christie, Edgar Jones Dick Hadlow, Sigma Alpha Epsilcn-Donald Alma Mater, or by service to the At Harvard 20; Holy ClO5t j

a Jt.TT G. of Jacksonville! ; Trenton Davis, William ]Baird, Russel Hatcher, Lawrence State, or both.Believing Duval High 37; Lake City

::,. Cadet 1st Lieutenant-Williams, T. Pierce, Lamar Lancaster, of Bat-- Jones, Clinton Burbridge, Gordon Per- that the Florida Alumni At Darmouth 19; Maine $
D.' tow; Mark Edwards of Tamp; W. R. 1 kins, Jacksonville; Newton Fields,j wish to be of service in both ways. At Yale 8; North Carol

.1 i '.; Cadet 1st Sergeant-Markham, .J. Thomas, Gainesville; Albert JIowalt. Jack Holland- Le Worley, Miami; 1 we propose to run a column in the At Clemson 57; Newberrf

I. :;t H, St. Augustine; Reece Williams, Nil George King, Tampa; Murrie Wilson, alumni page in which will appear discussions At Chicago 20; Georgia 1.)

i{, Sergeants of- 1st Platoon-Baker. son Trammel, of Tallahassee; Earl j Warren Lighteby, Seeger Gustafson, of some of our larger problems Army 13; Kansas 0-

3 l:\ .M. A.. St Johns, N. D, Summers, C. Freeman, Daytona; George Gengras Bartow; John Lassing, Harvey Sumner such as. Reforestation Taxation. At Cornell 66; Niagara 0. -

I fr JL Cocoa.Pi St. Petersburg; Earl Futch j I'Legal Reforms Common School Problems -j Pittsburg 0; Lafayette 1. .-;:
&: L wI t of PlatoonBraddockU Kappa Alpha-Wjlliam O. An- Lakeland ,John Lee, Kissimmee; R. etc. Princeton 5; Virginia 0. '".y.
I i Sergeants 2nd derson, Milo Stewart: Jacksonville D. Futch, Leo Thomas, Lake City; We will also welcome articles from .__t=rIt.
; M., Brown. H. c., Fox E. VWil, -
Bob Holly, Sanford T. M. Howell, Herbert Evans. Marianna. alumni
; i I liams. A. J. ; and friends giving expression P. Perkins wrcte thirW;
+ I New Smyrna; Randall Hagerman, Kappa Sigma-Otto Nolte Jere I to their views
I on questions of he Wasn't sober when be
t* l Corporals-Gifford, W. H., Warren, more ;
: Pensacola; Edwin Trebor, Key West; Clark Horace Smith Dick Rose of 'than local ''
interest. We will be :
1. :I (f 'W. C. Faha, J. L. Mus&elwhite Wm, glad probably won't admit it: .
Bob Thresher. Sanford; Newton :Mt- Jacksonville Elliot Redding A. K. ito publish such
\ ; articles
: in
tc- Weeks, H., Nail W. R.. McClure, J. our "Fo-
Every lassie has a laddi..;,
Clung, Clearwater; Mike Randall, St.Petersburg Black, of Lake City; Ralph Hartsfield, rum" column.
k Leonard .
J ; R. S. W. Barber, G. C To ,words for'*J- .
whisper of
Herbert Peterson t
; St. Petersburg Earl Bliss, of Tallahassee; John Blatt,
Suoope, CC.., Scuderi, Sam. Drig- I
f ; Edgar Todd. St. Petersburg; Chicago; R. B. Reynolds, Pittsburg The Soccer football team But every lassie has a d3.i'To
V. M. is rapidly -
rv k gets Company **DW Raymond Burr, Tallahassee; Clyd I R. N. Koblegard. Washington, D. C.;, being whipped into shape for the com, knock on the floor abf;

i Y Long, Madison. I J. R. Leonard, Columbus Ohio; Hor ing season. Stiff practice is held
; -: Cadet Captain-Paul. F. C.. Sigma Nu-Chester R. Devats, ace Hull, Oakland; A. L. Gilbert, Kis- every day on the field'between the SIGMA NU DANCA. .:
:, Cadet- 1st. Lit'utenant-Bullock. W. Jacksonville; Marvin Green, Joseph simmee; W N. Glover, Lakeland; dormitories A practice game will bp.'held ,

F w M. Frazier, Kenneth Jones, Bryson Copeland I Carl Johns, Starke. next Thursday with the Gaines- The members of Sigma N'v :
. Cadet 1st Lieutenant-Cob, L. H. Winston Ramsey of Tampa; ville
High School team on the University ity were hosts at a pop dance
Cadet 1st Sergeant-Hait, K. B- Ralph Crum Plant City Earl Tram- -
court. ,Some home afternoon
of last year's men : Saturday ffOf|
Sergeants of 1st Platoon-Johnson, mel, Miami; Owen Pittman, Miami; SERIOUS MATTERS who <
y r are showing up exceptionally well A regular ballroom was ,
1 } V. F., Babson-. C., Martell. G. A., Howard }Matthews Ne.w Smyrna; Ed
are Buckley center; Dupont, left for- by opening the big double __ .
Wakefield, G. W.. Graves, Hubert Graves, Walter The chief function of a State Uni ward !
; Johnson, goal guard; Coe, half the lower floor ensuite. 1'were
Sergeants of 2nd Platoon-Scottjen, Graves, cf Quincy. versity is to turn out good citizens.A back
; Clegg and Knox, forward Brat- decorated with penlt1nf1
R. W., Pomeroy. S. C., Hudson. J. [ Alpha Tau Omega-Dick Brown, university which does not do this ley and Driggers. Regulation;soccer, colors of the fraternity. r..
f A., Perry, H., Matthews. J. C. Chili Clough, John Dickinson, Lera and which does not lead the way in shoes and j, '
rseys will be furnished orchestra rendered the i d .
Corporals-Roasch, E. E.,Schabing- Woods* of Tampa; F. J. Miller, Haines construction work for the; good of soon the as .
as team is picked. iP : # '
x f *r. J. E., Logan. H, Woods E. P., City; Clifford Blitch, Wiliard Hicks, the commonwealth is a failure and is. Manager Albert .Coo has scheduled gram. | were'epunch :
:! Norton; C. H., Woodbery, E. D., Ed- James Ball, of Tallahassee. ; Middle- not entitled to State support. six Refreshments served -
games two with Live
; Oak
dy. B. L., Bratley. G 0., Henderson coif, Orlando. The alumni of an institution of School High wafers, mints, and
on 10 .
: t t W. D., Cotttr. W. H., Campbell M. Theta ChWWinfield Hendry, Fred.higher learning are its beneficiariesfor and Thanksgiving nuts. '
day two
T> Davis, J. A- .: Bartelson, Earnest Raymond, of Fort they have in. practically all I for.Oct.; Gainesville High School The dance was chaperon land '
-. I : land 21.,;and .two.with Du- Mrs. Blacklock.

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