The Florida alligator
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028291/00368
 Material Information
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 21, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000972808
oclc - 01410246
notis - AEU8328
lccn - sn 96027439
System ID: UF00028291:00368
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Preceded by: Orange and blue
Succeeded by: Independent Florida alligator

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FROM STATE LEGION TEAM. A I pictures Mr. Marable for the will Seminole begin:Monday taking, t j i
f October 23rd. The Freshmen will t j I': I

A have theirs taken first. You will

'IN TAMPA BY 14-0 I need one print for your class and t

SCORE |for earh organization or club you t IN HARD"BATTLE 7 TO 0 1.

.f I belong to. Price: $1.25 fpr the
f negative' and 35 cents for each .J!
i GATORS SCORE IN THIRD I I print. Bring $1.25 with .
I GATOR i >, :1
Turn out on time and help us STOCK JUDG-- '
J FROM 10-YARD LINE ( the t I '43 YARDS IN FIRST: J i t 1''.!
I get out before the '.<

Half; Came Back ,Strong Second _____ _._ 4 Lights and Jones Featured the { f
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Half- Pomeroy Made. Two YEARThe PLACE AT ATLANTA Backfield. Play.; Smith." Rose, and' 1j, f"
Touchdowns.r Williams Were Best on Line.
J Masqueraders the dramatic I ----
i Jampa, Fla.Oct 21.- 'society of the The University of Florida stock Jacksonville Oct. 21 -(Special) V 1! f i
*r: Special: )-After, being outplayed first tryout University held the I judging team, composed of A. J. -In one of the hardest fought f i

. '( the first half of the game the', the play in the meeting"Y" lass for Wednesday cast of' I t Geiger, Alec. White C. R. Hyatt 'I football frames ever staged on .the J t f : .:

I old Gator Varsity team showed the evening. Thirty-two with J. C. Brown as alternate and gridiron at Southside Park in Jack. J:

. 'tuff it is made of and came back on hand to try for a place.men were The BEEN SELEcTED. Prof. Willoughby as coach returned I sonville Coach John Acosta's Florida i L ]\

I strong in the second half of.th& main purpose of the mating V to Gainesville Tuesday night from Freshmen eleven. was victorious !- t / '
I with the American Legion was I the live stock judging at the Southeastern brilliant first '
'game to get a, general line on the material R. GLOVER MILLER LEEH. over the year I ;1
and scored a 14 to 0 victor Pom- available States Fair, helI'l At- athletes from Vanderbilt college, of r
I for the
play. Father BALL. J. R. WELLS
. : efoy's steady gains and consistent Conoley, who has coached the I Nashville Tenn. The fighting Di- ;;
4 :I ,ground gaining brought the Gators Masqueraders for several de- JR., AND RUSSELL team made several stops on by Gatcrs turned in a 7.0 result e
I t victory. clared that the new play which will KING 1-the} way to the fair, the first being Edgar Jones carried the ball over l :

f Pomeroy scored both touchdowns be a modern jnusical comedy will at Live Oak where the Suwannee for a touchdown after a'fUP of 43'i.i i .
4 ,fog Florida, the first coming in the surpass' all previous productions FINAL SELECTION DElC. :2 Live Stock Farm was examined yards. Jones and Lightsy featured :

. third period after Florida had given by the club. Friday morning they went out to in the back-field play while Smith, I
steadily carried the ball up the Pete Representatives From Other : the'Georgia State Experiment Station Rose and Williams showed up'bestin .
I opened the meeting by explaining I. at ,Griffin, Ga. and looked
field from their own 10 yard line. just what the Masqueraders Institutions in State Will I the fine. t' :
. The final the Compete in Final'Selection over the farm dairy and creamery the .
score came near end, as a society are and just what Among unprejudiced spectators i
Friday afternoon found the
there. .
of the game when Pomeroy made the Vanderbilt ruled a slight t ,
production put on each ,
4 year boys busy looking oVc the attractive .
another beautiful run around right favorite before th? game for they
means to Father Conoley, exhibits at t!l fair in At- : I
. r 'end'and Dixon kicked goal. the coach, brought out the essen- The University of Florida takes' lanta. e came to the city highly touted. t

1 The day was an ideal one for tial qualities for successful playingof great pride in announcing the foLlowing ..sixthirty.that evening every They outweighed the Rats from '

- }' football and a large portion ofJTaiflpa a part in the show. Goodwillis men as candidates for selection student registered to take'part" Florida by almost six pounds per i. :!

: turned out to see the two, the energy necessary to carry to the Rhodes Scholarshipfrom' i the t.ock-judging, together with man and, up to the time of their V t I

eforens do their stuff. -_ .. the play; through a successful sea. this institution. They are: J. : their coaches,' attended ,a splendid battle with the Gators had scored ..
; For the first two periods the t Legion son. Father: Conoley has not decided R. Wells, Jt: :'.., William RusseU'King banquet-heh4"In J the :Chamber three victories 'and had*not ibetn'scored ( ;;

team. which' had several old definitely wh\t: the new play' Lee H. Ball and Glover Mil Commerce Cai .It was one of the upon. O paeh Acofta'? elev- i If

college stars in its lineup, outplay, for thi!?shall be ,yet, but he stated ler.It big features of the trio and one 5 en'ihowed, considerable! <..improvement i ";'
ed the college eleven who seemed that it would be chosen to suit is a great honor for a man to enjoyed by verycno present. over cl-ass of play they put I I.f I

'(to be unable to get going good. .the material available for parts. be 'picked as A candidate for selection The stock; judging began at eight against the Auburn Rats a week l ;

However, when the ex-soldier team Several men from last years cast to the Rhodes Scholarship as Saturday morning i and concludedat ago. Vanderbilt gave the boys 'V
the selection is made the following much stiffer [
opposition jHan Auburn
threatened the too 1
goal seriouslythe were present at the meeting, among five-thirty that evening During
Gator defense stiffened up and them the leading players.: They grounds: that time three classes of hogs, and the Florida Freshmen had : I I:
tfc Legion held for 'Pete Qualities t>f manhood, force 6f and to use every trick in their bag to
? men were were Harris, William Je cle, Poland Chinas Durocs Hampshire -
downs or thrown for losses. At R. S. Pierce, Jimmie Clark Irvin character, and leadership. *, three classes of beef cows pull out with a victory. f ; t-
the end of the first half neither Williams, Gene Foy; R. Harris and Literary and scholastic abil Aberdeen Angus Short! Horns and Edgar Jones, former star of the I I
team had been able to score and BilPepper.. ity and attainments. Herefords and three classes of Duval High gridders, carried :the J I

the game had been a gruelling contest The trip which the Masqiierad- Physical vigor; as shown by dairy cattle, aged Jerseys, Jersey team to victory practically single t $I',
with the ball resting in Flor- ers will take through the state this interest in outdoor sprfrts or in heifers and Guernseys, were judg handed. He was easily the sensation !

I ida's territory. In the first halfBack year will be practically; the sameas other ways. ed. There were four animals in of the spectacular battle and r I'

.. Flowers made a 74-yard punt, the one taken last year. Starting The ideal Rhodes Scholar should each place that had to be placed time and again reeled off long :t .
I I ,:*the feature of the half. here at home the show will be excel in all three of the qualities KI order of their merit by each runs through the line or through a : I }
but in the absence of broken field. 'f'
indicated Furthermore. his
contestant and reasons given for
% the third quarter the old put On at Gainesville.. The road } 1 i
such an ideal combination. committees them.Florida's punting was of the highest order. >
team so placing f
came back strong and started trip includes one night at Ocala, r
will prefer a man who. team came out fourth Middlekauff and Lightsy were .
a series of long gains down the Continued on Page 8
field. The Legion, boys had worked show distinction either of character (Continued on Page 8) there as Jcnes' running mates to I.i ;

the Wall down the field to Flor.ida' and personality or of intellect, do their share toward the Gator i
RATSANDlOT5AN over one who shows a lower degreeof victory, The whole Acosta-coach- : ;
10 yard line when the Gators ]
took excellence in both. Participation MILITARY ,DEPT. ed team took advantage of'a' pu.- i
the ball away from them. for s'
interest in air and feet and the
and open day surprised youth i.
the first .
down and 90 yards to go <
SESSIONBusiness athletic pursuits form an essential ful Commodores powerful J
"f fsr a touchdown. Here the offense RECEIVES CUPS with .
. ,ttarted with Florida carrying the qualification of a Rhodes scholarrbut attack and a .
exceptional athletic distinction \ The game started with Vander- '
- ball up the field for steady gains. Men and Rats in Get. (Continued on Page Five.) bilt winning th- toss and kickingoff .
Pomeroy took the ball on the last Two Silver Loving Cups; One I',;
play and pushed it over forthe Together Meeting; Rotary' I for Shooting Champs against a heavy wind coming
down the field Randall received
first score. Dixon kicked goal. Will Entertain SeniorsThe Other for Highest Rat-
FIRST LYCEUMWEL the kick and made a short gain,
Score; Florida 7, Legion 0. I ing College in
: In the fourth quarter the Gators members of the Gainesville{ the South but onthe next play fumbled and
Rotary Club entertained the Rats Vanderbilt recovered. Right there'
strong again and con- l''
c. a tent ,gains right along but with the annual 'Rats and Rotes' Two more cups have been added( the Tennessee men started a threatening

i sensed to be unable to score during .night in the University Commons to the collection which the fniAersity attack which appeared for a I
the :first part of the last period. on Monday evening. Everyone was MARIMBA XYLO. is acquiring through the time to have a tcuchdown-ahead
5 The find the end full of pep from beginning to end PHONE CO., OF REDPATH, activities of the Military Depart for them. Twice they put the ball I'
; score came near: -
of and every Rat who attended had GIVES EXCELLENT ENy- ment. These two silver CUDS comeas on Florida's danger zone and
loose the game, when Pomeroy cut an experieire: .the feast that he ,' ,. TERTAIN WENT .' reminders of the splendid show- fought hard to get it over the line; }
with a spectacular run and. will not forget for sere time to "I ing which tHe! Florida bays madeat but the old Baby Gators'' defense '. i.
rried the ball beautiful
over on a come. Uaird's Theatre was the scene: of Camp McClellan Alabama while that held Auburn on they eighteen f i P
1 run around right end giving The president ol the Rotary a most delightful and entertaining f,attending the Reserve "Offic r's inch line last week was -equaf tiL <. V

h the Gators a total of 13 points. Club, Mr. George Cairns, opened program last Wednesday eveningin Training Camp 'during the past the task again, and Vandy's rally ; ,
3 kicked goal in the try for the(evening with an inspiring,talk which the Grosjean Co., com- summer. passed off and-she wentback, on'' ; {

:1t point and the game ended Florida on Rotarian spirit and welcomedthe pletely captivated a crowded house The largest of the type M the the defensive. Both teams battled i

,i I Legion. o.i guests. Every body, sang "I'm of University students and their one which the University Florida back and forth and then with the 1 t V
-- a Little Prarie- Flower"' and then friends in the first of a. series' of Rifle Team iad sV for their ball on Vanderbilt's 43 yard line, i i.
,.a The University of Florida 'Library each Rote:waS required. to rise and Lyceum numbers to be .given this t'l:goal, and which they won from Randall called upon Jones for a; '.
.has been 'favored by the introduce himself. year. Fully six hundred students ;theirnearest, contpetitor with a 170 skin tackle play?. The line opened'

11 f, American Telephone and Telegraph Edgar .Jones, Freshmen purest: witnessed the. performance ad 'j f1]point lead. The cup remains the a'.beautiful hole and Edga"!'.arena, : -' t'3=
t Company by placing it on the mail. dent, expressed the appreciation of their hearty applause gave ample property of the school.which makesit ; through full tilt He wound,, 'his* ; ;
:}.1ng list for the new: "Bell System the Rat Class for the substantial testimony to the superior quality d j differ from the, ..Gallery Team yithrough the first line olt'defense --, .

1' ";Technical Journal," published from welcome} extended them by the Ro-' of the entertainment. j '1 the Research Laboratories of that, tarians. Tfbm the moment that Miss"Klita i university property only one year 'shaking off several tackier, f i I
mpany. This Journal will be .a, Two, iew members of the"Rotary I Grosean| introduced the troupe until *unless it be won three time sprinted through an open field for l r

h11 b-e1auf scientific magazine pre.mating Club vftf,* instructed in the prinei- the closing number, an hour and f fa i The other cup' was won by th.e I Jhei}mly touchdown..of the game. I !
the latest advances in the baIt later, the audience', because of th, high- f
.,ples of Rotary organization and was University t Remade the. try fr point 'after
'rid of telephone engineering. then Rotarian Pepper renountei tile seemingly entranced. :Miss EIitars }:rating in all Branches of the rrli- I the.- tpadhdewn. and put th< ball between i;
history, pu Teases, and activities a* lamentation of the fact that l **r f:tary work while at camp. Every t the bars for: another count. I-
\Pat\ kinds of ice cream have thE organiz&h "He profits most sister, Leona, possessed in private 1 school and college w. -. grata'c'n 1 J?) &ie "e.'-nd acarter. the 'Ca.
; lhetta"ked the "Pla:"., va.ld life the ,'ud tit*<. ,* "I'-' ".. : .
rij.t. who serves wi"? is the motto of pr ( ; I every thing which tV T me .dC << :i.O: r 1' ,1:1. t : -: -iav when ,
:white" answered J. B. Pa Sl 1 (Continued OY' ( "''tit tued OB eight)
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. '. +. t +- + +.,. + +., + +' ++ + + + + +. + + + + fifteen to thirty or thirty-five. jggjgggjjg J i
/, :;; .. : ,," + 3-Cutting our departments. Due 'm. PHIFER STATE BANK j
-,; : to this financial strain during the
I :: ALUMNI, NEWS"if ... :. past few years, we have trimmedour ,5 GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA j
: : schools of all forms of aesthetic .
+. B. W. AMES +
';- ; and vocational work except in ...
I ,,'+- -. / + scattering instances. Public school 1\
x '\ a* + + + +' ._+ + + +_ + + '.__ + + + + -itIt. + + .{. music:; public school drawing and ---"

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and ;
art, playground supervision -
T I NOTICE TO ALUMNI I us know about: it! It will be of interest kindergartens are almost entirely EVERYTHING POINTS TO BEST VALUE :

\ to all Florida men. We're schools .
eliminated from
1ft cur ; no agriculture
; If i About the beginning of the pres- working hard and scratching every is taught in high school --
t; I: r ;" ent..school xgar, the Alumni Association minute to find news of interest for save in the eighteen Smith-Hughes In a Made-To-Measure Suit. Best Workmanship, Best Fabrfcs -'''

I! I sent out a circular letter to you fellows to read about. Helpus schools supported by federal aid; and most favorable prices:-Suits-S%Z to $50 Tailor Made.
t '-;., all Alunxni asking for 500 sub- out. / I manual training and commercial I Cleaning, Pressing and Alternig 1
: scriptions to the Alligator. This The old Gator spirit isn't dead., .
I work are in, about the same plight; PHONE 511 1
i .... was unger arrangement with the We will see you in Tampa or Jacksonville I and home economics is only found
-' =v i 1 J staff that a full page Alumni section -. where you will see a team : in about fifty high schools in the NICK DAMATO. -TAILOR ,
t-" should be in each week's issue. and a' game to be proud of. Come entire'State. In our pruning we 1.':
j So far only 186 of the Alumni with bells on this time, and as an have proceeded on this basis: The SOUTH SIDE OF SQUARE

: have responded with subscriptions. organization ready to back your -
I last thing in is the first thing out r1 .
1 The staff feels unable, in view of Alma Mater.FLORIDA'S. We have trimmed our high school .J

; I this number, to give the amount of curriculum until today it is where ( -

space as formerly agreed upon and EDUCATIONAL FU. it was in 1900. If we have to elim-
,has taken up the matter 'with the TURE inate the little scattering patches \ "

: association, gaining their approval of Aesthetic, artistic and vocational COLSON STUDENT ROOMING HOUSES
I of a slight reduction in some is- The Ten-Mill Amendment is to have
S..StfVJt work yet left, we will slipped
't'\ sues. be voted upon in the coming November back three decades in school
two closets
or. twin beds large running
-i8 ,: We regret that more of the elections. In order that the progress. Nice rooms, >

Alumni 'have not subscribed and Alumni and Students of the University with shower baths
4-By passing the hat. As a last water in every.room and;
trust that these arrangements will of Florida may have a bet effort to schools
desperate save our
i prove satisfactory to the "old ter conception of just what this last year the public spirited,citi-, sleeping porches. Opposite Science Hall- See*
faithful" who have. The staff is amendment is, the Alligator here zens of Florida raised by public ,

-_ doing its best tp get ali-news items with publishes a brife article by subscription approximately $200- DICK STANLY, Agent, at Mrs. Ramsey's.f

F possible and to run articles regarding Dr. Roemer. This article speaks OOO.OO.'j Pinellas county raised $40,.
t the University and the for itself in. a clear exposition of '
State of a timely and interesting the facts gs they stand today, and (Continued en Page

-el nature. If any of the Alumni subscribers the remedial provisions of the new ----'-- ._- -" ..---3)1 -
'L( are dissatisfied with, this amendment. All who have the
f * * +'
i, arrangement they are requested by best interests of education in Florida .
Abe Association to give notice to at heart are urged to use their PLAYER PIANOS! PLAYER PIANOS> !=
2J th,i effect and your money will be influence in support of this measure tI
; refunded and the subscription stop .

: :1j led.f .
Distributors for tile famous KRANICH & BACH
: The staff trusts however. that THE TEN MILL AMENDMENT We are
;li; '. :; the present Alumni Section will (By Jos. Roemer, Professor of Sec- and WURLITZER PIANOS and PLAYER PIANOS. Let,

I give satisfaction, and will do all nits onadry Education and High t us furnish you with player rolls. We are also state-wide i

;. power to make.it a vital and interesting School Visitor Universityof
distributors for HOLTON BAND INSTRUMENTS and'
c part of the.Alligator. We Florida). FLAG U. BOYS-
t ; wish to thank those who.have sub- A large percentage of our: people LEEDY DRUMSWrite fer Catalog. ; ?

: scribed for their spirit and co-op- I fear do not understand the '

I ,,S.: eration.r financial,crisis confronting our pub. J ':iI. L. PRICE :MUSIC COMPANY I
lic schools. The future of our \
."'" I ; ORGANIZE! public schools has never been so ,.This. is Your. Store-
\ Tampa and Zack Streets TAMPA, FLORIDA!
threatened as now in the. historyof *
:;4: I;. Alumni ,of Florida, football season the State. If this Amendmentdoes V \
: i. is here again. This year our not carry and open up the 'Y o. u' r e Welcome University Representative, W. J. Cody

M Alma Mater*has the* ,est team in;, way for future,progress our'school '. : '*.? \ .,

', .,, all her .his ..ry.. 'The student body system will collapse in. the.nexjt fe\y .* "'
? has Jcng:: sini a.passe&the'thousandr '. years. We have been trying to 1[ here when in Tam-
mark. One. Furman man said at meet this crisis.in four ways this *HffiffififfiyKffiffiHB2W ! !IiIiIiIi! !
;-d_ .' the game last Saturday that he last yearor two. Just a word or W
'i. j' : had never seen-so many green caps two concerning each: way: pa-When you need 1
before in his life. You would have 1-Cutting terms. Last year 27 W J.

said tale same thing. 'The old pep counties in Florida ran a four. 1 rH.EADTQIJA'RT.ERS -i
,. is here this year and it is here to mcnth 'rural school term. This "J> Clothes we'll be gladto :
t stay. that number is '
year even greater. g: 'j
\ :I' Can't you get a little of this pep Only about fifty of the two hundred i!! For .Men's FurnishingsBoys : .;

and put across that Alumni Organization twenty-five high schools in the serve-you. wi 7, J
in your home town? Flor State last year ran, nine months. I i ,
t c ,,l lL3 1 'ida needs your support. What the Many of the others rap only six or i| we have the right goods at the right prices. Drop i iIi i

\ \ i: Alumni Association has asked seven months. .; ,jy
you V .... }
,4 : I before-it is asking again. Forma 2r-Cutting salaries Last year ... '; R # ". '' ,;
r- i local Florida Alumni association. the salary of the elementary teacher !fi tx
There is a goqd one in Miami; in a large number of places was WOLF BROTHERS; r5: of

I'; .. there is also one in Tampa. Get cut from ten to thirty dollars per y.S ,
t !$._ :I one of your own going. .., month and the high school, from I- !
: What can you do? Take first Tampa Yix -- ,
"k the.matter of football games Let .. ,
( me illustrate by what happened iR. A.. C. SMITH &: CO. r
two years ago when Georgia play- THEY FIT !Ii '
) ,. ed Florida in Tampa. A truck load '
of Georgia Al'fID'ni. with colors flying / .
3 rolled down the Dixie Highway THEY WEAR !r.
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to that game. Did any local kc
bunch of Florida Alumni let the !fi .

t State know they were alive in this THEY SATISFY :* ,+ + + + + + + + + 1 F!a; trLe' rtr yyy: ;tnrtntrtrrtrn.r.- :trtn nM1 ..
A ( "Qr any other way? Florida plays 1fi 1------- -- .------ -

L t Mississippi in Tampa the 11th of -

W r November and Clemson in Jackson. 31 KffiSRKffiffiHEffifil ,
"i vile the 2nd of December. Go to i ii K r
one or both of those games and let i I; /
J everyone know you are going. $4.50- Special j gj MEET ME AT
Another thing Make friends. ,_ i 3
with the High School ii i -
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.-....; y.f class. Give them a banquet as an ,

organization, not as individuals. j jf .I MILLER'S I
_? j Convince them that Florida is the ., i j '

school to go to before they decide United Shoe Store j
.on some other. You will do more "- *

to than build in any the other.University in this way 125 W- UniversityNext I We Are At Your Service R

.. ; i Thirdly, give us news. If any of | No Place Like Home and Miller's f
your fellow alumni get married to Busy Bazaar : -
,1 build a house eg: break a leg; let Iis

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,: We:Invite College Men to See nd'Ti-YOn Our t i \ r

"Ribbon Society Dance- Monday night, Oct. 16 1922 .
the .. + j l '
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October 26-formal. Ag. Club enjoyed a program of un-

Sigma Alpha Epsilon Annual. usual yariety and excellence. : EDERHEIMER : I .

Uowe'en dance October 27- Vice-president Dowdell occupied
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. Masquerade/ the chair, the president, A. J. t ;
Geiger, being absent on the stock -_. STEIN CLOTHES : ., t
I s Alpha Tau Omega Pop Dance '. _
,.judging trip to the
28-A. T. O. House infor
October ;

i J States Fair.F. i l : :
maL '
# C. Paul gave a very interesting :: t.$3 $35 $45 S
Theta .Ribbon Society Dance- .
and amusing account of the + ; t :
Novr 16 formaL _
; pleasures and terrors of the R. O. : i. ..
Kappa Alpha Dance-Nov. 17; T. C. Summer Training Camp held Specially designed for the straight slim figures of Varsity men-tailored *, I, :

Woman's Club. last summer. He told of the trip : to look as good in the showdown as they do in ;the showcase. Someof_ the \ I' .. ;

| Kappa ,Alpha Rat Dance-De- to the camp and of the very rapid models have inverted-pleat backs that finish with a belt. + r. : T
camber 8; informal., and efficient manner in which they ;
were equipped, assigned ,to quar + Some have bellows shoulders ; also belted. Some have patch pockets that .. "

.. + + + + t + + + + + + ters and fed. The work, though 1 :'" button through, other patch pockets are plain. Some are two button. Some : ;

t i strenuous, was interesting and on are three button. } ,
.. NOTICEf + the whole enjoyable. In the final .;
Reports of literary society + rating Florida received first place. :: All in all it's a showing that reveals the finest in fabrics and finished make- : ; ;

.. and county club meetings or + The subject, "Farm Contracts," ; : iranship. Extra value is, of course to be expected. *""" ; ;{
discussed : : r : \:> :!
4 any society news should be + was by Robert Wray. It 1

.4 turned in at .theAlligator off'fice + I was a very appropriate subject and Super-Fine Ederheimer-Stein Suits at Fifty and Sixty Dollars ;!
[ the box in Peabody Hall, + one that should be considered by + ; I :
|+ or be put in the hands of a + every man. Whatever line of .' f :

\member of the Alligator staff, + work one takes, up he must have a t EVERYTHING'MEtf AND BOYS, WEAR v f ;

tit later than 6 o'clock Wednesday working: knowledge of the law regarding ...c:.. .. tl-tlt t
of each week.|n order + contracts if he is to suc. \ I. >

to have them put in these columns + ceed. Wray explained the differ i "
+ ent kinds' of contracts and gave Porter l I .
.4. some of the fundamental rules that : ;
f + + -I. + + + + 'must be observed in drawing any ., \ .f. <
*' 't'-
contract.T. .
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Approaching Dances- ,J. Geiger livened up the club ', Clothing Co. _
Jr the past two week-ends there by a salvo of jckes, everyone of :. i- : I
which had as its butt some member .
aYe been no social events in they
of dances due to the fact that of the club. Manyscandals, heretofore X \ ;
kept secret, were laid bare. i- ..:: 'I'!
h se functions are. usually given Hell's Half Acre JACKSONVILLE, CORNER BAY AND LAURA "* It ; }
hen football al' one of the : ,
games are played
freaks in Yellowstone Park ', t "
was .,
Field. But i
leming an-
[ everyone !
vividly described f ;
by C. O. Brat- '
jcipates with pleasure the coming .t { '
notions when Howard plays here. ley. :' \ .. [ II
The coming cress-country run : [ ;
The Serpent dance is one of the J I
was discussed by the club and everyone 1 + "
pg events of the season as is the :

a' Alpha' Epsilon HaII we'en. urged to able try to out.run five miles was ..... ...... .T'...............". ........"Y' .V'.,..................."Y'......T"." ."" ."" ...""..""VV'Y"'TYT"........" Y .V T. .AA.A :rll:
ce. It is reported that a num- : i
r of guests will be here from
allahassee, which puts enthu-
FLA.-TULANE F'BALL GAME Briefly, there are five sources
sm for the coming events above
income for our public schools: I
r the boys the
among on cam.
The Alpha Tau Omega frajrnity ,I The Florida: chapter cf Alpha University of Florida is sched 1-The.one mill State tax. j

will entertain Saturday ev- I Zeta, the national agricultural honorary uled to play a fotball game with is levied from the State at

iing i October 28. at a pop dance I I fraternity, received its char- Tulane. Instead of going to Tam- and apportioned to the -i I

A. T. 0, house from 9 to 12 p. ter from the National High Council pa or Jacksonville play it in order counties" on the basis cf their \ .

|, for their friends, and the mem- I on Tuesday of {his week. Thischapter to get bigger crowds, it seems'a year's average daily attendance.: I 6.
was installed May 20. 1922, good idea to have the game'at ;
s of the football teams. very 2-Income from the State Penanent t
I absorbing Phi Alpha Kappa, a local Tallahassee on the new F. S. W. School Fund. This ':

)UN MARSHALL MEETING honorary fraternity that had beenon C. athletic field. Besides the seven interest is distributed semi-
the campus since 1916. hundred and fifty college students, ly on the same basis as that ;
I The charter is a handsome document crowds from towns within a fifty- Number 1.
The feature of the last meetingI -
beautifully engraved in gold mile radius would come to the *
I John Marshall was a debate byr 3-The Ten Mill County .
and black,, bearing the seal and game. Tallahassee is a middle j r
This it levied the whole
of the first year men on the on
emblem of the fraternity and signed ground between University of : I.
r stion evaluations and spent in the
by C. B. Hutchison, high chancellor Florida and Tulane, so .more Tulane '
at the discretion of
t Resolved; That National Arma- o and L. T. Skinner, high people would be enabled to School Board.
t 1 san insurer of Peace. The scribe.' attend ,the game than ifit were I
|rmative was sponsored by W. C. 4-The three mill district '
Charter members are: C. E. Ab held further off. No loss of
g and M. Wells, while .their bott, S. W. Ames, H. G. Bratley, money would then be entailed by This is raised on the property in ,
[(anents were Cushman and .Farr.h R. A. Carletor., R. F.- Chatham, 'H. changing the place' of the game.It district and spent on the schools

aides showed thorough prepa, G. Clayton. 0. R. Davis, J. W. would be an exciting day at that district. The present j

fon of the subject and .the Day, W, L. DeVane; W. J. Dyer,,___ F. S' W. C. if that big game were ment is to raise this millage
its' >brought out and advanced Jr., W, L. Floyd A. J. Geiger C. Played on our athletic filed. Let's three to ten mills.

e clearly elucidated and force D. Gunn, J. R. Gunn, H. G. Ham- try to get the game*here! 5-The five mill bonded

put, while the delivery was ilton, E. A. Haynie, 'C. T. Link, W. *From the Florida Flambeau October edness tax. This is solley
j above the par of first year H. McBride. C. M. Mann, G.' A. 14 1922. building and furnishing scho :
kers. The judges were at a Martell, C. A. Martini, Wilmor. .. houses and can not be spent

to determine the winner fpr Newell, L. C. Richbourg, B. C. Ri- -- -. I wise. -

ie time and finally decided in ley; Frazier Rogers, J. M. Scott, A. FARR LITT PROGRAM In discussing this is'i
f r of the affirmative L. Shealy, L. D. Stewart, Ralph <, I amendment. which has to do : k

siness was then brought up to Stoufamire, W. M. Tillman, J. E. .. Oct. 24, 1922- Number four above, two

I iscussed with before adjoum- Turlington. L Williams, C. H. Debate: Resolved, that labar- should be' kept in mind: First

The matter of representing -Willoughby, H. S. Wilson and L, saving machinery is injurious to is local, and second, it is

i w College at the State Fair H. Wilson. I .the laboring classes.Affirmative It is local in that the money -
t : tsonville was brought up and by the tax in a school district ,
resident appointed a coi fi1it- AMERICAN ASSOCIATIONOF : Otis Mathis. Bry- not be spent' outside of that ;

t get together, with the aide ENGINEERS' SMOKERThe son Copeland. \. trict. It is optional in that.if

faculty, and formulate some Negative: Sam Schuderi Winston' 'amendment be carried it opens ,

laal plan to be carried out, rep- University of Florida chapter Ramsey. the "way for districts to call

ptathre Of the Jchn Marshall of the American Association of Talk: Prohibition in Europe- tions and decide'whether or not

f hi Law College. This commit. Engineers will open its series of John Dickinson. wish to increase their income

5s. composed of :Messrs. T. D. meetings for the year with a smok. Special feature. their>local-schools. If they do
It; A. Marsicano and B. L. er to'be given Monday, October 23, crease it, this increase must be

f rigs, Jr. Attention was called in th Gym. All men registered In ALUMNI NEWS newed each two years or it is s

absence the,Debating Cup the College of Engineering are (Continued from Page '2) tomatically: dropped. The 1-

the president's desk, due toeglect asked to be there, as many subjectsof 000.00, Hillsborough county $15_ of this amendment then is,cot (i. :
of the committee to interest to an engineer's work increase in taxes, but a provision
000.00, Putnam county 6000.00
their duty, appointed for both before and after graduationfrom Gainesville Public Schools $12,500 do so if the legal voters of' a

purpose. After a series of college will be taken up. New Smyrna $5,000; Dade county' trict wish to do so.
parliamentary maneuvers There several leakers'on
are good "
year before last $60,000, and so on
,ould have done credit to the the program, men versed in their all over'the State. That is not the WHO'S WHO
eu of the United States it subject. Following them considerable schools and, 12-Edwin Ellis 3Iacy is
to public
way run cur:
sally carried that tj- Society attention will be paid to a frankly, I do not believe i it can be j living in Ean Gallie and is : ,

[Proper punishment to them course of refreshments, which will; worked again this year We simp- Usher of the Eau Gallie RecordtH
of tHe recalcitrant com be there in quality and quantity. is also Superintendent of Public
t): have got to facer tbe"issue' .and: ...
.' composed of L. W. Jenand The main object of the smoker let struetion of Brevard count)
rcestit in the regular or
way '
C. \ '96-- George Robertson IeKe
C. Carbonell, whfch is. a get-together meeting of all '-. '
1- e immediately following adent. men in the Engineering College, is now secretary-manager of ;:

down on the lawn. by and it is hoped by the committeethat society in ihe world and the only Buckeye Nurseries. His home I

al method. every engineer will come out one in. .rica which is interested in Tampa.
REPORTER. and take the opportunity of finding in the financial welfare of its '21W. H. A I ,-. ..1' .u I!>_ ...' --;','- 4r w
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Entered as second class matter, September 29, 1912, at the Post- 1y
: # b office at Gainesville, Florida, under the acts of March 3,. 1879. while jean"she evoked was still ripples'only of Miss laughter I I I' AS USUAL 1 y

and applause from the delighted 'J 11
immediately made i S '
audience, and
her the favorite, her 'mere ap- f have learned experience the
WRAY ..._...._... ..:-*-_;?__. __._ ...Managing Editor thereafter being sufficient Well; dressed younff men .,

R. A. CARLTON ..__.-___....................--_.-- Sport Editor I pearance to excite an outburst of they will readily find the style of OVERCOAT and SUITS;
4 W. RUSSELL KING ........_.......:.::.L.LL.: _..:....Make-up Editor ,cheers. Her sisters Misses Floss Ahey prefer'in= this store where, we specially feature )

# K.K.: HANSEN _.._._._____..-__..___.___._Joke Editor and Leona Grosjean, both excellent -I -
Vocalists and,instrumentalists, soon : < :
/ Jt ;. FRANK ELMORE, EDGAR BUSBEE ___ Society Editors proved themselves equally charm- t I "

:. I B/:W. AMES __._.._..__: ':":___.._____Alumni'Editor ing. Henry Jenson, baritone, and I < Stratford Clothes ,

t ',; '... N.i D. St. JOHN._. .-_..-_._...._...:..._..:.._-.Exchange Editor Chester Painter, tenor, completedthe
Clothes of America
u Virgil M. Bradshaw __.__._____.__ ___________.:..__.____...__.Military Editor versatile company. \ The Style 4h
t Reporters Franklin West, G. H. Bee, W. Emmons, B. Gamble, One of the most attractive features ,.
,of the many sided performance -
g4 Usher, Don C. Booth, R. E.. Glenn, C. D. Keen, G. A. Martel, J. D. was the amusing< character v

Sibert... ..Sri J ,.' ;. ..... ..... interpretations by Miss Floss
U'lo"t) .... ll... f ii i' ., Grosjean, including that "CL. a
r HORACE. WILSON ....__,.......__.__.,..........---Business Manager5I "Small-Town Busy-Body" a

D.:: A. RAMBO ._._._..LiifJ&' :. JSj.L.t-Assistant; ,- .Business Manager "Schoolboys country-town farmer Recitation,in,'When an the old. .: ,

--c4 r Train Comes In," a little lass with .
"Tummy Ache" and a' remimscect YurM
The Rollins "Sandspur" seems to have little liking for the Orange old man's.rendering of that famous

:1 and blue according to their sport comments. The issue of old ditty, 'Turkey in the Straw."

y\. 7'. OCtober 13 says: "WeHlfaTik"otvFurman, ,- for defeating Florida The musical side of the program ;

;--\7t j.F :, Ist"we k:' Brt i' Fstr lce'YOU'have gained our friendship forever included everything from overturesto 1 S_ _
.\ 's' and. popular songs and billads 'rendered '
: ; a day.
on the marimba-xylophone;
:"'\ .t I Evidently the Tars have a grievance: against us which we feel s@i while saxophone, drums, organ- _

/ 'i:' t ..not.deserved,,, Certainly it i is not a commendable attitude withwhich chimes and piano all contributed.

:::. I ". ft;:. :/. to enter into an athletic contest between colleges representing One feature was a saw-solo renderel -
Miss'Floss. of that .
: Grosjean, "
;, ,. iI// the same State. It resembles a juvenile tendency to welcome lovely 'old melody, "Home Sweet

f : t.I' .any mishap from outside .sources to the Big Brother with whom Home." .

L : i'' / they cannot compete, and such a remark seems petty coming from Intersperced with themusical -_ 4 SI \
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1 :,'; '* an institution made up of men. If Rollins' friends are only those numbers, were Miss Grosjean's"flo

I T ; who defeat our team, we predict a marked absence of them for.the k of pianologues." 9
One of the most impressive of
..; ,:.j present year. However Rollins may feel, Florida meets everyone the musical numbers was an organ I

t s j. {!? : upon a friendship basis and.welcomes misfortune to none. chimes duet, "Somewhere A Voice: __
r' This could, however, be; dismissed from our: thoughts as .unimportant Is Calling," by Mr. Jenson and Miss

;Ji t.a / -"the fox-terrier snapping at the heels of the St. Bern- Elita Grosjean. .
The closing number, 'The Glow.worm" a
: ard"-were it not for the addition I
'I : rendered 4
was even more
I I "Fight it out to the finish, boys. Perhaps there'll be 'some so- beautiful and artistic by the em- ,tS : _________ :

i#_ ; ;'/ :'J called dirty football pulled, but if we lose because of that fact, ployment of ingenious lighting ef- __ :: _..._ I
let's all be proud of the fact that the.Tars played a clean straight fects which played upon the per- ocR&c. r II I
formers, and represented the
J brand of the autumn pastime." +iNAVY Yi
twinkling glowworms in the eve-
!L t : It appears to us that if "dirty football" were expected in the ning sky. AND ORANGE SLIPOVER SWEATERS
9 f ; 6
;;: i : enters the game with such an attitude-. Certainly the one who See Our Representatives: *,

Th? 'I bears :the grudge will try unfair tactics before the one who plays : FRANK EVANS AND WILLIE MORGAN Js

wholly in a spirit of fellowship would do so, and Florida bears no SIIIPMANWARD 98 Thomas Hall '

j" such grudge. When anyone casts an innuendo upon our brand of ,
t football he strikes the wrong note that brings the Gators out with REBUILT -I

i t '. -fire: in.the eye. There has never been a time that Florida was accused TYPEWRITERS $3.00 DOWN HARVEY'SJACKSONVILLE

L: : of unfairness; as long as Florida stands there will never be Typewriter Repairing and ,
: ,', such an accusation made with any just cause. That is something Supplies .1Ii I

>:., f upon which we pride ourselves; that is a' tradition, a lav and THE BLOODWORTH TYPEWRITER FLORIDA .-.I
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\ J1; is such that we could never hope for the worst to befall an institution Next Door to Western Union .,.. .". .
;. : which exists upon the: same ground we do, and a victory to a v L'.a jJJ
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; "' rival college would not ,be a "sandspur" in our shoe. If Rollins ................

;; A E: wishes to make special friends of our opponents we care not, but I I'I

&; we will rise up and" shout ::a great answer. if Florida's fair play is I I"J ARTS STUDENTS"

ri JI'' slurred. : French taught in three months A QUEER SITUATIONWe .
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is; Easy method 4<
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,: Rusty Batchelder was asked to couldn't. $.50 per week or in exchange for I missed four sales of Globe hand-tail! .

::s :. 1 [answer to physical torture roll for chemistry lessons Suits this fall DISSATISFIED! N0i; ,
I. t another boy,(name withheld for .
.t, I '>, last week When ---as- .arf- wearing the Suits they bought last fall w!
: political reasons) For
write 'R.i .
arangements J.
:k4: if he came back he was asked if he I Rooms-With or without j i Rousso, University. Station. are as good as the day they bought ther
;rte i ';' had done so. "I meant! to," said t BoardCANOOCHEE t .
,Rusty, "but I was standing beside ,
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t t ,
'l; 1 :' ,-I I Shoes,'$. .sO value, only 52.25; men's black and tan Shoes, 'i.
r' .R 'I $9.50 value $1.98 .' I t .
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f I Wear and 'Satisfy I ,- Come see us ,'
i 14 US EVERY *. .
-, ; VISIT DAY .. .-
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j, <' You Know How We Stand on AD 'College MattersJOHNSON'S t ,
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J BOYS WHEN YOU BUY SEED BE SURE TO GET THEM 4 II I :;-Avenue I I t. Also:photo frames-cheap and good

-FROM- 1 I Next to United Shoe 1 1t I II t [

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who is, a hard worker and stands ftt! .. '<
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for the betterment of our univer- fit

sity. Glover will receive his A. B. u i".
sPORTS' degree at the end of the present I r.f'!:I :jl'

scholastic year. He_is a scholar anda UNIVERSITY MEN' 1 !

leader, is actively interested in *" r .", .. _. 1; l"" -c--
the literary societies a poet, was .. I; E,Ji / '
. '"'" the the ; / i. '
on staff of Alligator two years, managing editor the Demand Value and style. # i; i ;1 f
f BATS VICTORIOUS OVER 'NOTICE second year and takes an active interest :> t :
Brand Clothes F
FRESHMEN Society ..
If the in athletics. Miller is fin-n -. ',
IN HARD TILE TO 0 Alligator fails to reach ishing the .. ;- i .. "
you within a reasonable length of in three prescribed fouryearcourse -Hanan Shoes, Manhattan_Shirts.. Knox Hata 5; : N ."

'(Continued made from fifteen Page yards One)' 'you time,would we would notify 'us appreciate to that effect.it.it.. The final selection from the .. Are featured lines in. the'Giddens. Store.. ." ... :' ;1 H !: ..
on a :
Lightsey \ r'
They are mailed at the State at large will be made on lljji:
postoffice .
,fake placekick Lightsy formation did some Thru Saturday night as soon .as the reports December 2nd' at which time two '..Mail. 'Orders a Specialty. \ ;F : j
this quarter field sen-. of the game can be received men will. be chosen and given the "" \. \ -, ; ;J t .
broken running.
Motional and printed. We have received privilege attending Oxford Uni !'" :--,' ., :! ': ;
the third period, VandArbilt sev- : .t3... .p'. ._>_ .
In .
versity for three .;:0. it.' I 3''
eral complaints of dehy recentlyand years. \ :.1.- .r'I')' : :! t '
the ball and, Jones returnedIt 1- -- "
kicked yards before tacklers finally intend to take this up with the Every Rhodes Scholar is given ,. r._. .',; :): !
20 .postmaster. Let three hundred.fifty pounds which is .. : "=,
know '
us if "
i fulled him to: the ground, then he you H ,: .: .. i r: ,: 1-' 'J/i :
have complaint to be used toward defraying expenses : ,
any make
in this .
five to the 25- t .
Dragged yards more S 1
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while H- .l-
or other attending school at "
line., He- .off another any matters. We will ap t. .' : c' d H. ,:, : :-t '; .
yard ripped, :L. ; ,
: preciateyour Oxford. .. .. .' 7..1 T'i t' L.."ii-- ":;. '! >. !:
co-operation. ": ; t
(25-yard run and, then a Florida ,. :I"-:1-- ., : tv :i" ..:IT .";> ,' t "I' .!
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pUce kicker was blocked, V nder ., t iffi j\\

obit recovering, her:_60-yard line has a scholastic of which f H f
average WANTED Two students .HENRY ; :
;then having a clear field ahead. He. anyone would be proud. He is .
l started for the-' inev"but Randall student assistant, in the English a I large room with sleeping -,'i h: ":"> ....- > : l- ,. ; i l' t.
Wrtook 7him. and another rally department, a member of the debating porch and connecting bath. 1 : "'.TAMPA,-FLORIDAEDERHEIMERSTEIN : J :i ''tJ;!E .-

was ended,. counsel, member of the 526:W. UNIVERSITY AVE. : : f.. : ." -.. : '" "' .i--' ',
-f In the:final quarter, Florida got: 'Alliga'tor staff. has held important TAYLOR APARTMENTS :', f.i
ftie ball within: striking.distance of offices in the debating !societies! .,.<.... ;- '. -, ..; !., '.......".. ., ''''.' .'......."., .- !-: f i-?

the' Vanderbilt substituted goal;'f JrUddl and, bUff Dick and 'is manager' of the track team. -;> ;.-" ;':-:. -': .'.- ."" ':. ':hH'; .._,:.......:.!!;,1/.. :,. u.:::, ;!f,. I.t' I.:
Brown King will be awarded A. B. de- i
r an ...
\rlto was badly spent, Dick was"sent gree'at the graduation exercises of THE UNIVERSITY SYN- :..t; J :;., : y.... i iL I !

! through the 'line on several '1923. COPATORSA Aggres'nte'Melf :1 ..,.. ::1- ; I i it'

|r foccessive plays t tbut Vanderbilt Lee tt. Ball graduated from this I : ..
I HId like'a stonewall.and took the university with an A. B. degree in REAL ORCHESTRA ill I t .
' ball on downs.' The game ended. ''22., He is an exceptionally good WITH AN ACCORDEONCecil f-. ..
I ? after an exchange of punts. scholar and is a member of the Phi I
{ > Kappa Phi' honorary fraternity. Carbonell CLOTHES: f j, t

1 RHODES;CANDIDATES FOR This year: Ball is attending the the. Director and .
I FLORIDA BEEN SELECTED, 'logical school pf-! Northwestern: manager I I FOR YOUNG MEN! 1 i : ,.

University Address Care Law College 9
' (Continued from Page .1) All of us. know II .
Glover Miller, or Box 602, at 35.00 and 37.50 !Ii
1 Is not to. be treated,as.:of"equal Vim I Ii .
portanee with 'the other< 'require.: -
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meats. t h E. I: 1
The "men who have been .selected ;

hare each distinguished themselvesin Popular Goods at Popular Prices at I 'Telham" Clothes for Young Men :

those requirements.J. .
R. Wells, Jr., holds a degree 'BURKHIM'SifgRgferafiinaiifiiJBpJi I 'i-r
from the Teachers' College and at I Ix at 25.00 and 32.50 Ii i

'the present is engaged in the study ; t
ef Jaw. He is actively interested in "i i f: !

the debating societies, is a memberof IH
the University debating team, Special Sale
and editor-in-chief of. the Semi. GATOR CAFETERIA !| Florsheim r '

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Our friend, William Russell OXFORD SHIRTS SHOES i

King, has proven himself to be a CAFETERIA SERVICE. WSS "

scholar and an all ;round man. He !!:fi Regular 2.00 to 2.25 at 10.00() .
Short Order Service _.._______________.7:30 Ap2M.,, to 11 .p" !: ,.,
"Virtue," remarked one of the !Ii -n;

summer-school co-ednas, "is the !* MEAL TICKETS ..._._-.._____.._.._...-.....__-......._______.______.$4.25 | at 1.88 'r t
thin veneer of circumstance that ,

taught.separates" the caught from the un | A. A. ACKER, Prop. | 1 I

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: we're in here :with a great big'wish' r Good Business 4, ,. ,

| N for The Alligator during the year, for Success to follow $ New FallSHHITS

!| all of the teams of the U. of F. and health and happiness $ f ( .
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: to all who. loyally follow the Orange and Blue .f.' .. ': / at, 1.25, L50,1.75 to j i4

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.+ + + + + + + + + + + + +. + + + + + + + + + + + speed but i t was hopeless--l gained .

+ + the fence only to be tossed high '' SEE

!:' k: : K. K.HANSEX ATROCITIES J. F. BLATT ,+ in the &r from the horns of the Vidal-Drug CompanyFOR 'lI 1

,} rabid beast but luckily I landed on I DRUGS, STATIONERY, TOILET ARTICLES i!

h 1 + + the opposite side of the fence, in a 'CANDIES, SOUVENIR CARDS WATERMAN PENS

*'* * * * ++ + + +.... + + ti + + + + + + + + patch of sandburs. On examination -
I found bones broken but .
no -
1 i i\!\ WHO'S. WHO ON THE CAMPUSE at home bringing only four trunks my clothes were sadly torn espec- ,- l

E (By the Campus Cat) and two suit side.I 4
E cases. ially on the -er west

t" II if The most substantial man .we My train arrived in Holdemup was surprised to find that the I THE UNIVERSITY BOOK STORE : 1

'; ; I \ can'thmk of on the campus at about 7 o'clcok and I found nothing milk in the -
} practice of keeping
t t present is R. C. Dickson the presi- :in sight but a most antiquated I Basement Language Hall :]:: #{
1 instead of in the ice box, :as
Irt. cow
dent of the Y. M. C. A. He hails building which the people of this 1
; we do at home,is universal here. t
from the wilds of Colorado, altho region call a "depo/ I depositedmy ;
r he I Love to alL New Line of University Jewelry and Stationery, Large
'j- registers from Gainesville to luggage on the landing and *'' I ,
I"t;" save tuition.. The first tim Dick passing around to the opposite side V Your faithful friend, Assortment of Pennants, Freshman Caps, MemI .
j ,.hit Denver he was met at the 'station spied a man sitting in a dilapidated r I ory Books, Etc. '
< .: by a-polite youth who conducted vehicle which he later admitted t _
[ Ii.,+ him to hotel, where he I I Gainesville, Fla., Oct. 21, 1922. I
a put was a "buggy. I inquired if he ', EVERYTHING FOR THE STUDENT
r 1 ; up for the night. The next day he would transport me to the nearest Dear Cedric: t

;' met a friend from Foxhallow Corners tavern upon which he replied that I I :was most highly amused at A .. ..... .
- ---- --,
: ,"who asked him where he"was there was no place by tit name your account of your experienceswhile

'! staying. "At the Wimcah Hotel," there but he "reckoned" that Mr. you were rusticating* You .... ................

says Dickson. "What?". "The Jones might let me have a room if jolly well roughed it-I don't see '

'l Wimcah., "Spell it" "Why, I wanted to stay a while. how you could possibly get along : SHOES REPAIRED
.(Continued on Page 7) .1
Ymca. How did you think it was
# After a short ride we same to a .
i spelled?" Since that --- -- TJV
day Dick has ------- -
small white "

: t i\t. been a.A.a staunch' friend of the Y. M. headquarters cottage for which the next becamemy two _If I I J: S. BODIFORD J I t : AMERICAN SHOE REPAIR COMPANY

: .r Dickson claims that the .months. I and | .
r. only I will not try to recount all of
time his name gets into the papersis the peculiar experiences which be. j COMPANY s- |t : Shoes Called for and DeliveredWork x Guarantee

every day, but it js always in 'fell but tell I Druggists Phone 32
me only a few that : |I
connection with his educated toe. especially struck me. The first was a..... ...._ _4I __ : TELL T. P. WINTER, AGENT, 35 BUCKMAN.J!
I Anatomical eilibarrass'him.discussion always did while strolling around under some ;' :........."........ 4$
Jt remains him of '- ,
cocoanut a"
ripened nut '
j ,, his feet, which he hasn't seen for gave Everything Electrical --- --- --1
away with scarcely a sound, strik- .
I; several years. But we point with JOS. J. SEYKORAPHONE
ing me the 1I
.; a severe jolt on head. I ,
F y pride to his head. He plays football This left a globose protuberance on Greenleaf & Crosby Company
;- (You tell 'em, phonograph; you forementioned organ which 107 I :

f' ; got the record) and passes up. mained for some two weeks. re- GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA II JEWELERS J

I 't'. Teachers' College with ease. A I :
: b remarkable combination. and the> Another day while taking a cross
country hike I saw a sign on a tree I
pride of the teacher It' JacksonviIIe.Florida .
,F- which said, '%ook 'Out For the -
f I I
4 : It is rumored that intends Bull] / .
I from
I" > to run for re-election on a reform previous 1 G)2() 1 AK A3 YOU GO t
experience that these odd '
Ameri Class and Pins.
pedals Committees ;
h ticket. Duke Baya graduates this Rings
cans the
appellation "Bull"
year, and that eliminates all for. gave to t in search of
a '1\: ', any member of the police department loving cups or/trophies,

':' :".'; :sider midable the opposition man of mystery, unless, Jim you Sha-con I I so, fearing nothing, continued t suitable for Golf, Tennis or oth r athletic .

on my way. I had not gone but a. I
\ ron. little way when I heard a blood I events", will find it an easy matter to _
) curdling roar and looking around t Choose from selection packages which we
; Be known ,
it. dearreader that
I. beheld a huge male : .
cow behavingin will gladly send '
-" ; ,I -i,,1 hepcefor and soforth the text of mcst I upon approval.
a unbecoming manner and
; \ this'tolyum'kill be "Much study is
,;, weariness to the. flesh, so let us apparently.. coming in my direction --- --- ...-___' ._ .1.
t'-'f, 1 At first I decided that I I
: ti make merry." would stand my ground but then ..' ..........................
: I
t Here will find '
: :: hash. you Sweet \ most delirious considering it more expedient, WHEN YOU EAT AT THE l
'L'j v<< be here, quickly turned and sped for the .
concerning the and manLy fence.
1 My antics seemed to enrage KODAKt
:., ners of college persons, (usually, the brute the more for it : GAINESVILLE CAFETERIA
; tho, feelings will be disregarded t ..
I ); (he?) charged rapidly after me. I .
j ,L, puns you will find from the subtleto Pictures
deposited hat about the
i my and coat on the 'j
j .the brash, culled -
I the learnEd that
ground might make better earn pus,-' your class- :
,e;! be moncione oi the classroom; here mates, for example, with i- A SQUARE MEAL !
:I; t intimate flashes on the private ;
( Ji theirsnugsombrcros that at a
r : 'lives of the
great-great dope- S HOE
-- : ; hounds. S smaller with -each : SQUARE DEAL
h great toddlers., 'great lovers -- grow PRICE
.; '.- / (don't. blush, Rat there rain-arc fun to make ....
_ t:4 "i others, in your fix), great grinds are, H B. M. TENCH H now and grow pricelessin ................. ......... ...4STYLE ]

: great and popular faculty persons, your senior year.
and abov eall great crock-heads. O Gainesville 0 '
: l. Som.e of the above' overlap. Any \ You know, of course that
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t. how, we, the conduce this E Florida E the folks back home would
column, have taken ,
great burden appreciate the
'i upon our empty domes and seek ; / THE
' j::1 freely the aid of the campus wits S'H 0 E' S .. pictures you can send them.

1 L' and nit-wits. Here you shall get picture making the Kodak ,

:. sweet revenge at times, and per r way is easy and enjoyable Our system of operation makes /, .-.
.ilj I haps you shall also ride the nanny. r Come in and we'll show you. for exceptional ralues-
C *! Spicy breaks I II unexcellAV
*] of the classroom, all Sanitary Cleaning & J I
: manner of campus foolishment; ed service.
r : t I .quips and pranks will find a place\ t Pressing Club ;' J Autographic Kodakr < v

a here. A much overloked box in $6 SO up -*- *
Opposite Star -
Peabuddy t Garage I
t 'il Hall sends out a crying I .
L : prayer for contributions from the .. BAIRDHARDWARE '
- t entire student body. Help! Help! I LET US CLEAN 'EM j CO. Suits-Hats-Furnishing .Goods

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x' il Holdemup, Fla., Sept. 29, 1922. I Dyeing and Pressing Also j Phone 7ELECTRIC' BAILEY THE CLOTHIER
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Dear Percy: ", j j
Phorie $75 }
y l 1 .R I am writing you a few lines to It I TAMPA FLORIBA :" ;
t J ,-
r I advise you of the very droll experi I- :-:---- ----.
a t that ---- ... _
.t ences have befell me since my - - -- -
; I rustication in this very queer place.

-"f: "1 As you know I decided to take a I I SHOE REPAIR COMPAI Y f We Are
fl visit to the country and find out 1 Bicycle Specialists
: for myself what roughing it really I SHOES REPAIRED WHILE YOU WAIT

p t :i .:as so I left all unnecessary articles I t and Tennis Racket Doctors

t" <.. '..__... ..._ .....___ I SERVICE AND QUALITY OUR MOTTO I

i ;a, # .i HAIRCUT ___u.___. 25c |,, t t tt We employ U. of F.; student help and deserve some of

I I SHAVE ..15c STUDENT REPRESENTATIVE. K. WINTER your patronage. Why send your rackets
f -- --- --- ROOM away for n-
t t t stringing, then wait for
I I JOE TOriRETTO II 19 BUCKMANI several days and get inferior
\ t work and finish?
: I t probably
: ; save two-bits, but .does-
No. 1 "
f Buckman
_______- 1 / it pay in the long ?
; _... run
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;!\ V ...............................-. We restring and deliver your racket in a few hours j

I' ,Eagle Barber Shop .I : SPORTING GOODS i also refinish with shellac every 30 days free of charge. ,

Vii; FOR t : Football Tennis BICYCLE WORM, ACCESSORIES AND --'f'.

L EXPERT SERVICE I Hardware of All Kinds.'SEEUS. .- SUPPLIES at very reasonable'prices.LILIENBLUM.

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--. .11 If"you call once you'll'call J -.
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4, again. -* f THE THOMAS
r- :<< '-. I Next Door to Alachua Cafe | 22 :: {B.
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ATROCITIES at present Lecturer on Psychology f -- :NOW AND THEN : -"" -- ; i. .

t i McGill University at Montreal By L. T. P. 1--I FIRST NATIONAL BANK I IJ II A I
Continued from Page 3) Canada; having received his PhD.,
( Each when J Incorporated 1888. !1't I {
I' -than five trunks. after two years at Harvard. While night I close my"'eye3' i
Iess f to I | Capital $100,000 Surplus, $150,000 I II t. ', H "
L jot can imagine, life here is he cannot be at the game, he says > sleep ;
r Different from that at dear there are at least four Floridi me.n My thought wings out into etheral &I GAINESVILE, FLORIDA ( '
| Oxford- I wish that you had now there tq" stand by the .old muse. ....__ _. ___' __... ... m.a* "-'CJ, 4ll "' _' I ,.

fc, return to school,' so that team. I peacefully dream, and behold a
-t 1 1 t1 ffilffiSrSffiSffiliai 1y1 1 !h 1 1 1 } s E 1 :.,
might share my delightful ex. \ massive heap 5 \ fi t 1

H. C. Johnson. '22: better knownas Of air-suspended stones, the castle !Ii \ !fi P {
nees.men here are not at all hard "'Mess Hall" ( where I loose :'
hnson. write in '
acquainted with, altho from Alachua .
become where he is principal Myself from worry. > ., ill
arc very peculiar in some re-' of the high school, lamentingthe \" IT 31* "*' 31yj IT*, q. :

The first classes which I at- fact that there are IT girls sjn Into'ated with ambition, my stepis iff' Victrolas and Records > y wIT ? '' r'

4ed were quite mirthful overt his Senior class and no boys. He bold 31* t > T 3iy If*. !ilfl if

remarks I made. The onlye says, "It is, quit? unique for a single In my young days when soul is u; ",f i s r

I spoke was when the injctcr principal." We trust.:"it is. filled with hope .!|j D.,R. COX, Proprietor TELEPHONE 86 gffi i .1.1i t

asked me my name. I re- "- But lasr! i fear when I am oldAu ,! / i ffitr i ::

A. "Percival Dashington-" Here comes R. R. Bradley, '05; will be sorrow, and looking :3]* > ix 71iffi ; ",f 1f 1- t
S. i
rudely interrupted
m he quite with another welcome letter to hack,'I'll grope. ; -;
ff !Sy.iHH-ffiSSffiiffiHifiiflifi! t
initials and surname .
"Your Secretary Colson. He says: -Next life is blurry. "
he. "Certainly' said :- :
y." said "Barney, For sake wire the ,
"P. D. Queue." The remainder '"A swfdiheshrdlu. shrdl uauauau :! I'I '
Journal football results,
lie class became quite convulsed quarter or have someone else do it. Royer: The reason I flunked is ; 'If, ..

4 laughter. I suppose they no- You know, there are Florida men because Major picked out so many E. MAIN STREET, NORTH .. :t' : I f
4fth peculiar spelling of my up here toQ. Come here on questions I didn't know. f

"tj surname. Nov. 24th. (Oglethorpe up game). Dr. Turlington t Yes. and it's an Reverend John;Conoley, S. T. L.., Rector -. i Ii. I' f

ti' first night I was here L at- Trying to make an Alumni show awful ,hard job to pick out questions TELEPHONE 629 <; :

UJ the cinema in the village. ing that day." you fellows do know. I J .'::4): )\'! .

.e return some of the men Mr. is .
my Bradley circulation man- SCHEDULE OF SERVICES, <; ': ,(q ::
y t house invited me to join ager, Atlanta Tri-Weekly Journal.A sii--ioosI '
I chance SUNDAYS:30 A. M. and 7:45'P., :M. if; !
j jh a peculiar game of I >
13 'craps.' It is played withe distinct honor has come to one : YOUR RAZOR i it \VEEKDAYS-7:30 A. M. :I ; ;1' j :

Similar to those used in par- of our Alumni, Jam s J. Caruso. BLADES II t tI ; i E.: I ,

*jil. The game has a distinct '20, who was unanimously elected t .:
:al lary which is highly amus-, to represent the Sons of Italy in I Sharpened at about one, t tt ..""" "' ... It,

:. khad what they call 'begin- America Lodge, U. S. Southeastern .
rs hick.' I lost only five pounds, Division, in Italy, before King Vic- t third the cost of ;pew blades II t tIt : : ALEX CAFETERIA : t: !; r

d one! of the men, Berg by name, tor Emmanuel, III. Caruso is at I I FRESH CLEAN GOOD 1.1 i
I I : : : ::\ ; ;
;wed TK that I; was very lucky. present practicing. Law in New It SWEARINGEN'S I I
!lost eight bits. I find American Castle, Delaware. I I I f. I
AT IDEAL CAFE Here's the to f
place get
mey quite puzzling. I asked one t 1; .
in to Joan me one or two quid, Morgan K. Groover, of Lakeland, t f Opposite! Fire StationShipmanWard what you want when' ;It. f
d le banded me a plug pf 'chew-: who attended the University during --- -- want it. T 1'' J'I

I to aCco. I suppose that, he,mis- the years '12, '13 and '14, is a lirei0i_,'I:: you "' ; ILi'

& togd me, and'took a portion worthy alumnus. even though he i RebuiltTYPEWRITERS .. & ,1
r appearances sake. He told me failed to graduate. He enclosedhis / 4 .
at i it was customary to swallow Alumni Fee and subscription. t t .. IH f -
e 'j1 ice/ but that made,mevery to the Gator. t $3.00 Down ...................NNN...... :L t. :
I retired. I t '=-- ____c:8 __4G ___ i lj!9 '" -

,I[EO really must close, as this is One Florida man had,the distinction I t Typewriter Repairing and I ., ;
/ I t"
e last day allotted for the pur- of visiting every American ''t I Supplies\ STUDIO'41I '

ase of library tickets, and Iiply Regiment in Europe. He is Wil-
The Bloodworth Typewriter (It ''THE, HOME OF GOOD PICTURES" I :it i! :
must have one liam H. Taylor and as a chemist I J
Your cousin, with the "C. W. S. DemonstrationUnit and Repair Company ;

PERCIVAL. ," demonstrated the use of I Next Door to Western Union I I I If offfcial Photographer for University PubIications. I ".- i J H!iJ

thermite smoke and t. I .I" H'
gas project w Kodak Work Returned in a Day il;
UNCERTAINTY ors. Mr. Taylor is at present employed silfiifit -- ., r
!hSt t t 6tr j t
s we totter down the street in an as Mining Superintendentof if

irksome waye the Coronet Phosphate Co.- of It I NoRTH SIDE, OF SQUARE I II ihi ,
wonder why! Plant City. .
Vve been dreaming too much today f"I OVER MILLER'S '. t I f
; Frank M: Swanson '14, writes "I- '
en we start anew with fresh from Live Oak, where he is in the ------ --- ----- ,'
..Jt't to regain.t employ of the State Road Dept. f! :
\ something comes along and After being out of the State for I r / # f! '

says, "What's the use?" three years, he says that "chickenscome I I 1.1..
[nd then we stop and start to home to, roost," and he is Bedding, Pillow Cases, I !

dream again. -F. W. mighty glad to be back. .' Sheets, Blankets i
: f
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Our idea of. the most absentminded t NOVELTIES } I
man is the professor .who .
(Continued From Page 3) put molasses on his bank and t TO SPECIAL- RDER !
'15-Frederick F. Halma, former 11
scratched his pancakes. I '
retary of the Alumni association

1 the year 1916-17, and assistant I We.Keep, Everything for Your.Room I 1' J I I@J.

orticulturist of the Experimenttation ) grind Our Own Lenses H

is now at the University of J. W. M'COLLUM & CO. 'Iif .
aliforoia, serving as Research DRUGGISTSTHE NO-DELAY.

ssociate in Plant Physiology He REXALL STORE QaincsVillc, Florida. I f

i,also the author of several, ar- Agents for I" EGAINESVILLEFLORIDA

des published in scientific jour- Liggetts and Norris Candies 0 ;
ials. Gainesville Flan j
I Ii
j ,
I{ Here is a, sample of the kind oflhort ,- i :r I,

and to the point letters that A. H. Doran -- & .... ... .... .... .... .... .... ... ..... ..... ..... ..... A. Ao.. .... A A. ..... ..........Ar..Ar... ... ...... A, A A...... o............ A f, II f'i I
foth the staff and the Alumni As- I For Bicycles and Bicycle I :..................... .... ..v . ,1' '117.-9": ;; 1; I
i location
like to receive: Accessories 1i; I
Hastings, Fla. I! ..
232 East Main Street South '
> :
ear Gator: .' '.' ;,. f
Please hunt me up over here at .... ... H

hastings and fall into myv mailbox t'1i'
: every week-so I can see what HEARSTS : G RE T .h N= G S'I! \ ,
!other folks have ben doing. Check s
r enclosed) which is good 'or face SUNDAY AMERICAN STUDENTS .
uhe. ,
yours truly, F
v 1
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i i ,Secretary] of the Alumni As- S OF QOMICS 8 .. r !; .

[aciation is in receipt of a mighty When in town make our headquarters your head uar- :It I,
foresting letter from RT'S. Cha- '

pia, Engineer'09. who is at charge present of Assist.ant Pump-. I "Onthe Comer NIght Every, Sattirday i 'ters. We have a; place for you to rest, with plenty of d d1 t.f. I't''

ng Service Engineering t at Wash- I .desk Come on in and let's put the 'Gators orctop. ; ; : ,
'GILLEN AGENT space. I ;
P. H.
!Cogton, D. C. He intends to see the : J. .... j}; JL
V&Ysityplay Harvard and the Rats I ,< i' :"
_* iJ ''f
playlhe Navy, and was asking Bar- ... ': .E 1 -
**y about tickets, and any public. .4I : .: ... _, ... < _. :- .** i' .'

it)' necessary. He also offered to I t F SIOCK If' Fr 'j.i F

dams ecurfI a practice field for the 9TIO j I ti sTANDARD wTHING"co. ,;
if I ni.f
they should care to
stop '
t rer In Washington. Chapin is I TAILOR F ;; 40,{ i:
I It !
!ght there with the Gator spirit, : H. L. COVTNGTON Pres. I:
and Z .- 17-19 W. Bay Street t
with him t I -
'W:1"D as a nucleus, Florida t "AND t :.t '
: have rooters at both games. ... : i :
II I I II i : ., : .!!:
2O-"Pete" DRY CLEANER .. '
DeSilva is another I ; : .1;
Florida i, I ::
grad :who has attended :, '
IIanard and is praying for a I I f ;
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Florida** invasion yictory"," as he during puts the it. He c m-is .- -. _4IIt "- ,. ........... ........" .............._...:...:.:.:.:.:.:.:.., '- t I J,:

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'; FOOTBALL RESULTS the battalion, Major Van Fleet having seen many high class animals I RAT AND ROTES IN AN ANNUAL hand in the initiation Of t\

said, "I am certainly well pleased though many of the best SESSION members of the Rotes y j '
c i:,'_ Cornell. 14; Colgate 0. that the battalion has completedthe animals from the states represented I (Continued from Page One) Mysteries" of the "i :

.: :Ford ham 13, Georgetown 18. 'recruit drills with .so much at the fair; }lad not, been re- the Rotary Club. Phwacka. The rata did
; had been done
Lafayette 28, Bucknell 7. enthusiasm and feel that they will ceived up to the time the team Dr. Farr mentioned the.cordial by. TheSe
F Tal 28, Williams 0. soon be the well trained battalion left ( existed be- were then introduce in
has always
that '
l' Wet Virginia 12, Washington& which we for** spirit principles of Varsity
i 4i are working citizens Rote
Inter-collegiate liva stock judg* tween the University and the -
1 Its 12. newly initiated Rotes vh !
ing is a fairly new activity at of Gainesville and told of their >ir&
Pennsylvania 14, Swathmore 0. GATOR STOCK JUDGERS TAKE, to get sweet reveng.'Horse" *.
I- .. \
Florida and one in which more '1- aid to the University.
3 : Dartmouth 3, Vermont 6. FOURTH PLACE. AT ATLANTA terest should be taken: It opens Rat entertainment was the next Smith, fresaa
:: At Charlottesville, Va. 0; V. 3i.Z14. field rendered ball captain told
up a broad of?agricultural feature. Rat Sibert a the
.,: Continued from Pace One what the
) .- education that. Is too frequently cornet solo. "Why I Am Proud of Rats were.
F :v At Davidson, N. C., Davidson 7, and C. R. Hiatt of Florida took neglected. Being a Rat" was expounded with to '.do to Vanderbilt and
X P. I. 7, third place in individual other opponents who .
.... judging. the 0th( degree of oratory by Rat hapPen;
i' t. Georgia 7. Tennessee 3. The order in which the competing '_ MASQUERADERS PLANNING Cushman.. He dealt on the trials way of an onrushing CJb

I At Atlanta. -Oglethorpe 0. Fur-. teams stood was Tennessee, Virginia : A FOR SUCCESSFUL YEAR and tribulations of the harassed "Reckless Rodents" such is
R I. van 26.Jfavy. Georgia, Florida, South Carolina rodents who received more attention found at Florida. ;
,r 4 13,:Georgia Tech 0.! with orth Carolina Tast. (Continued from Page 1) than any other class on the Every student who was nd

4 .s. Harvard 24, Center 10- > The team found time to visit the Tampa,' Ybor, City, La] !andO- campus with touchig pathos. HawL- as to his life work was nr|

c ;.t Florida Freshmen. 7, Vanderbilt home of Dr. Cox, a former profes. landa. Palatka St. Augustine, Jacksonville shaw, the Freshmen's friend; came DOctor Murphree to take ad?-

... SOT in this university, now president Tallahassee, Quincy, and in for thrilled words of compliment. of the generous offer of the
ij ., I .Gainesvile H.*. 'S. 13, Hfllsboro' H.* of Emory 'University. then home to Gainesville where the' Florida Spirit. its greatness and to aid him.Rousing _

i' 3.-0. "f';'" : -''_ After a survey of the many show will be put on a second time. indispenSability. and the new Ro- cheers and ci
: points of interest about Atlanta The 1923 production will be put tarian fund of $100,000 raised to Rote songs brought the '
i t.' INTER-SOCIETY DEBATE. they began,their return trip finally over on a larger scale than ever loan tp Florida boys for education to a close and every Rat wd

;"1' f' I. reaching Gainesville ten o'clock before and will prove a potent factor at the U. of F. were the themes of that' night feeling that h ? '" Infer-society' debating ,on., the, Tuesday night. in advertising the University Rotarian Parrish's words.At new big brother in every

:' ,. ,'*rcnpus: t is" getting,.: >underway., early I The members the team report through the state. this point the rats took .2 the Rotes.

J '" this season. The Ags. and Teachers -
; "' have deemed, their questions

: for debate as also. have the haw- J )

+ ; yens and the A. & S, men. The '
.. d'ehates1. the debating council' must be held ,
<+< between the. first and twelfth 'of .

'; December. So. far
', 11, \ Bare pot ,been Delected" by the coliges .
; who meet.in the preliminariesr '

.11 The teachers submitted a live I .-.
ref wire question to the Ags: "Re- ,!
A : ,I+ ,i 'solved;' That the United States _I
?. Government Should Pay a Bonusto

the Ex-Service Men Engaged 'inifie .

t ,I '" ; World War." The Ags; have
chosen to defend the negative side

I I of the qdestion. The Arts a'nd'Sci-
k a enee men received the following

'. from the Engineers: "Resolved,: __
That the United States Congressshould jlr

i Prohibit All Strikes on the
:; Part of 311 Employes of RailroadsEngaged '

_: $ t in Interstate Commerce."

Realizing the depth of this question ,

F 'j the A. & S. men are studying .
1 J1I Both sides closely as long as the !

: law allows in order to forestall .
r t j Count Yarnoff by picking the side '

.. I': that he and his Engineers want.
} .
,t. The Lawyers, winner of list year,
look on with a'smile, awaiting the
day when they shall meet the win.

l h. wen: cf the preliminaries. It is .. .
f y raid that they ,have the debating y Engineering for the Buyer

f : rnp placed before them at every !
r e John Marshall ..,
meeting. know'other '
They '
She 'It is not enough that electrical apparatus behavior of old and it is !
colleges are out to get I. new; abridge V ;

+ .. line rup and they want all the looks should be carefully conceived, skillfully over which information passes :
R possibly: before it leaves their psneaslcn. designed and
exactingly manufactured.
At least that is what.. freely both directions between West- r

1r'-; : : Cbunt Varnoff says. J I Engineering, ,to fulfill all its functions, ingbquse and its thousands of clients and "4f

} : must go beyond these necessary steps and friends.. _
RE. '
::. do still Ih
i. f CEIVES CUPS a more enlightened service. It
:.: Be glad that you are to live and work 1
must the
apply apparatus to its uses, so.
't i: (Continued from Page 1) ";> that not only in design and construction 'in times when the spirit of service domi- :
ji .r.r I ar whole or individually This in. nates commercial operations. The
dnded besides military work, the .-V' but in service as well, all the conditions great-

: spirit of the men, their appearance that must be reckoned with est change that has occurred in business,
are fully
;,.f j-1_ : r1 l,:: .and in fact everything on which :v.": satisfied.I in the last few decades has been in the t f
grade could ,
be given. The
a <;' schools with a small number of men ,"- This function of Westinghouse application minds of men. No longer need the buyer :
: 4 i h lad the advantage, if the men were ,- beware for it is now known that the .
( :i rood yet the U. of F. with forty -i-' engineering covers many fields, and seller's obligation reaches
4 beyond the '
Barn which charges itself with, -:
i was considered a largerepresentation :. many responsibilities.
f,3 ; .completion of the sale; and that it is
j; took second place in \ It is engineering that concerns itself with t
J 1 this and both wise and
rating missed tiemj for right that
:Pc i, first by a very ,small fraction. t almost every aspect of business,'central effort be made every reasonable .,A
to give the
It is expected that these two -i Station, transportation, industrial, min- buyer full Ii
value in
taps will be presented both product and satisfaction. .
officially '
ing electrQ-chemical; ,
I etc. It has thebuyer's .
By Major Van Fleet in chapel The
an practise of this policy ;
} early date so that the student body : interest constantly at heart. engi-
? ) may enjoy good look at them as neering of the highest'ty'pe in research, .

-i1: r .. wen as those who helped to win, '<; Westinghouse Application Engineeringworks design, manufacturing and other- '
,\ I.. tSem. : with salesmen, with buyers, with phase of every
The drill last Thul'Sttay'ended ': '- operations, but _
consulting engineers, with contractors .
.7 nowhere
q to
ftc instruction drill on the school { greater degree than in the
.$i'# r./. .' .f the soldier and \)f the squad and with service and repair men; it finds field of application

k t with/'the exception of the Manual and investigates new fields; it checks the engineering' which i is

f _af_ firms, The' manual of arms : essentially engineering for the buyer.

itl be taken up the first week in .

;') ;, ; 3Tovember and rifles will bees _r ." ,...... _. ;
owed the last of this month
: so that
Hiey: may be .cleaned up in gocd :

4-i shape for the new instruction. The
remainder of this month will be W Westinghouse
cferoted to platoon drill.

'n In speaking: of the progress of

: i "The infirmary does not furnish
nightgowns, bath-robes, combs and

rushes or tooth-brusres.H (Notice -
1 ;a in Flambeau, Tallahassee). 8 OPPORTUNITY1S

r ;Here, you can use my tooth-brash.

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Hats Cleaned ;and Blocked V

J1.; "1. I. J NEW YORK HATTERS Work: Called for and* Delivered. Tell

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,I ,.. --_._- < -- T. P. WINTERS, 35 Buclonan 'I.

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