The Florida alligator
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028291/00369
 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 28, 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
 Record Information
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: UF00028291:00369
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Preceded by: Orange and blue
Succeeded by: Independent Florida alligator

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Dickson, Newton, and Pome- i

Reorganized Team With New UNDER SUPERVISION .NOVEMBER 18TH UNABLE TO COMPLETE roy Star; Not Same Team !;; I jt
Sets of Signals and PlaysIn OF That Met Furman t!i f 1 ,
Better Shape Than !:
Ever I 'THE \ SINGER" AT Howard College lot. to Florida ii ,

Elaborate Details BAIRD'S AND "MAS- Annual Inter-Collegiate Run on Fleming Field Saturday by. the Ii _i ilf: 'j;1 (
for .
The University of Florida football -- TER MAGICIANS"The overwhelming score of 580. The i -
Greatest Exhibit the University Over Five-Mile Course; !
heavy 'Gater team easily broke :-
;_ team accompanied by a large Has Ever Road and Broken : '
number1 of enthusiastic rooters will Had Temple Singers" will per- CountryThe through Howard's line for long ;!' I'
gains and the backfield made :
form Baird's theatre con i
at November
on l
the Gator Wednes-
leave old .
camp -
tinual gains around the ends and !
18th second
as Lyceum .
day morning at 8:18 o'clock for; The University of Florida is at number of this first Inter-College Cross by forward passes. Howard was f C''I'
Cambridge! Mass., where they, will last prepared to put forth an unparalleled season. Followingthis Cpuntry Track Meet will be heldon apparently unable to make any A [
will be
one Wood and ,
encounter their; ,hardest and heavi aggregation of exhibitsat Nov. 25th. The race will start i.
"Master Magicians," which will be impression against the 'Gator line !:
est game of the season when they the opening of the annual State ;on the 18th of December.The from' Fleming Field- promptly at 3 their attempts at passing were %;L-t
taken on the mighty Harvard Fair in Jacksonville on-November 1 evening's program of "The p. m. broken up. Dickson starred with i i
eleven on Nov. 4th. Elaborate 18th. Temple Singers" 'will consist"of The course is as follows: his heavy plunges through the line t f i
plans have been made for the tripen Mr. B. C. Riley, superintendentof three main parts: From Fleming Field to bottom of and by long punts, while the play- i rl!! "
route, and returning the squad hill just beyond Golf course flack '
activities. states: 1-Old Sacred Songs. ing of Newton, Pomeroy and Hock- t I l':
may possibly go by New York "Our main purpose and endeavor Mid-Victorian Songs. to Fleming Field and from there enstad was superb. It was Flor-, 11 t
City -Arriving1 _in_.,Gainesville on down road by the on past the I
in putting on these exhibits is not 3-Modern Songs. gym ida's game from the outset and the ih ,_
Nov. 7th. ,_ Infirmary to rifle From
"- range. ball was in Howard's territory !
simply to ,show for the sake of This numbers considered one I < l
The team will arrive in Jacksonville the rifle to the Ocala road : :
showing, but to illustrate to Florid- cf the best of the series and is range throughout the> entire game. Unfortunately 'i
at 11:30 o'clock, that and from thereon to town, passing
leaving ians just what they have in the expected to be thoroughly enjoyed. Coleman received ,a .i i' ,.
afternoon at 1:15, where they will Kappa Sigma House and entering'the broken collarbone in the second
University of Florida. The great Tickets are available. from theY !
enter Washington the following at the eastern entrance. .
at noon campus I
half. The is
I- as played as
stimulus! is the expectation of M. C. A.FLINT game :
day. It is here that the: From eastern entrance on to the follows ,,
bringing home to them the realiza- :
t Gators will receive their first entertainment track. Howard and
tion won the toss ,
that their principal educational up
i in the form of a lunci- institution is not conducted solely CHEMICAL SOCIETY _At the start the contestants will their kick was returned to the 40
i eon tendered them by the University and absolutely for the benefit I go around the track twice. On return yard line. Florida fumbled and

! of Georgetown's "Varsity" club. of the student body, but to furnish, FEATURES from hill beyond golf course Hurst recovered. Howard's ball.
! In the afternoon they have honored I will the track Clark failed
as well, and regardless of the location they go around one to gain. McCarthy
Florida by offering the use of age and previous advantages more time. When the contestantscome made fobr yards around end. White
their splendid athletic field, whichis I of the school, useful and practical STUDY BY PICTURES"STUDY to the track on the last part punts out of bounds on Florida's
considered to be one of the' i information to any person who may of the race they will go around the 15 yard line. Pomeroy maks end d
finest in the entire country. The desire it. We wish to convince the track once to the finish. run for 25 yards. Mounts in for
University of Florida is deeply indebted I people that all money appropriatedto OF PETROLEUM"ON Each college may enter three Coleman. Newton fails to gain. i t
to Georgetown''for the SCREEN TO AD- fails to Pass
Murphy gain. Newton
the University of Florida has I teams composed of four men each.
splendid hospitality and'cordiality VANTAGE to Pomeroy nets 35 yards. New i
distributed impartially amongthe The college having the most men
team, as it shows the fine spirit ton five yards over left tackle but
various colleges to the best the to finish first will be considered: the
which they have extended to its possible advantage, and, last but The program of Flint Chemi- winning team. both sides are off-side, and ball is {,
that goes to promote only the best nal Society Wednesday eveningw returned Pass Newton to Pome- ;
not emphasize
phenomenal -
The following the prizes offered
of intersectional feeling and re but sound growth of their : a moving picture on "The Story are roy incomplete. Newton I gains 5 ;.
lationship.The of Petroleum," four reels long : yards then passes to Pomeroy for i
( on Page S*
Continued A silver will be given to
\will leave Washington and very interesting. It was givenin cup two yards;. Howard's ball. White
Thursday (Continued on Page 8)
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arrive Engineering lecture room. punts to Murphy on 50 yard line
Boston the next norning. Dicken DEBATING COUNCIL The discovery, evolution, and who returns eleven yards. Newton E
son College which is located at present day production of this DR. ANDERSON BIDS four yards, over right tackle. Pom-
Y Carlisle, Penn., also extended the 1, great product, which involves very i froy fails to gain\ and on their II -
, Florida football team an invitationto MET; SUBMITS TRIANGULAR i many billions of dollars capital, down is thrown for loss of eight i''
be their guest for one week at I r was visualized: The great oil dis FAREWELL TO UNIVERSITY I yards. After unsuccessful pass,

their expense, but unfortunatelythe QUESTIONMfg. tricts of the southwest and Pennsylvania I Newton to Pomerpy, ball is How- ,:,
Gators will be forced to decline were shown. Two mon- IN CHAPEL ard's on their own 42 yard- line.
this excellent invitation, as time ster 10 inch mains with pumping White ganis one yard, McCarthyfour.

will. not permit. of Arms and Munitionsof stations every 48 miles carry oil White punts Murphy who
While at Cambridge, the team War by Private Concerns from the Texas fields to the Sin- Presbyterian Pastor Con I returns three yards Dickson gets
will be quartered at the Lenox ho- Prohibited clair oil distributing headquarters cludes n-Years of Serv- eleven yards and Newton eight
tel in Boston. The Harvard in Chicago. There is also one of ice to City and University yards. In three successive line ,
.management is making arrange, these great mains which runs the I bucks Newton gets fifteen yards.
. meats to take care of all visiting Tht Debating of the Universitymet great distance from Texas to New Dickson. gains five yards through
Gator rooters, and no doubt there last Thursday night in Lan- I York. In our last chapel service, Dr. center. Newton gets four yards
. will be a large number to go up guage Hall. The meeting was held This industrial romance was Anderson bade. farewell to the faculty over right guard. Dickson smashes
with the team. President !\lur' h- for the purpose of deciding upon greatly enjoyed by the many members and Student Body of the Uni- through center 25 yards for first

<; Tree has signified his Intention of the question to be ,submitted by present. Several of these industrial versity of Florida. During the ten down and ball is on ten yard line. #
making the trip with the team, and Florida .in the triangular debate movies will be featured years that he has resided in NewtQn around left end for,, one 1
Tootle" Perry, one of the greatest between Tennessee, South Carolinaand during the year by this society. Gainesville he has always takenan yard and Dickson through right
football captains that Florida Florida. Each school submits Thursday afternoon the class in active interest in the welfareof guard for four yards. Pomeroy :f J

has ever had, will also go up with .a question and from these three. Industrial Chemistry under the the University, and the members loses two,, yards on attempted line
his bride on their honeymoor. .a final question is picked by the supervision of Prof. Black isited 'of his pastorate, in Gainesville can buck, rat on a pass Newton to I
Friday morning will find the Debating Council of each college. the Gainesville Gas and the Dia- regret his departure no more than Duncan ball goes over the line.
Caters working out in tlw Har- The question decided upon by mond Ice plants down near the the Gator Student Body. Dickson fails on placement kick for
vard stadium, as it will take them the Council, the one Florida will Seaboard depot. ,- These future la his farewell address. Dr. Anderson point. .
a little while to become accustomed submit is: "Resolved, That the chemists very critically observed : dwelt especially upon his Gaylord kicks to Newton en ten :

to their surroundings. Sntur. manufacturing of arms and am- the mechanism and processes involved earlier relations with the University yard line who returns twenty yards. ...... = -
day morning they will be_entertained unitions of war by private enter- comparing them with the describing the first chapel Pomeroy gains 15 yards around
at a luncheon given them prise should be prohibited by in. operation explained in their=" text meeting he conducted in a small right end. Murphy over left tackle f
by) the Harvard "Varsity" Club, ternational agreement" The ques- book. room of Thomas Hall more than for five yards. Pomeroy around 1
- and in 'the afternoon the great tion which Tennessee submitted is; At the gas plant, which was first ten years ago. He told of how right ,end for nine yards, but play ;
clash will\ 'come off. Accompanyingthe ""Resolved That the Government of visited,_the class followed the pn: ; they later moved to a larger room is off and Florida penalized five
team, their will.be ths official the United States should remit the i cess from the beginning where the I in the Agriculture College, and yards. Murphy gained eight yards %y_
mascot of the University of Flori- war debts due to it by the Allies." coal is dumped into the huge gene finally from there to the spacious around left end and Dickson smashes I,
da, an alligator, about four and As yet a question has not been rators, through the super 1eat r, gymnasium, where we await the through center for seven yards '' -
one half feet in length. He has received from South Carolina. All,, purifiers and pumps to the mains.A l completion of the new.Administra- and first down. Pomeroy gets two
been named in honor of last year's teams snail debate away from new up to date system has beeu kind of evolution. believe in I yards around right end, and New- ''

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c t' ALUMNI NEWS "r:.' >. 4d 4i i alumni friends and wish among prosperity.him the continued students happiness and- THE GAINESVILLE PHIFER STATE, FLORIDA BANK j .

4 + B. W. AMES .
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13-R. Borden Wilson is engaged ,
: + ALUMNI NOTES f Lab. course. in the Real Estate and Insurance

: .. McGill has much of the real college business Bartow. EVERYTHING POINTS TO BEST VALUE

.. '18-Albert M. JInsser is now spirit and 'pep.' Had a ;o<.d '97-William T. Gary is at/present

:. -4L r ._ serving as Horticulturist at the old fashioned rally last week and a Secretary-treasurer of the In a Made-To-Measure Suit. Best Workmanship, Best Fabrics

South Carolina, Experiment Sta- great number of speake Hadn't Ocala Telephone Company. Duringthe and most"favorable prices-Suits $22 to $50 Tailor Made
I "F i tion. Previous to this he was assistant experienced anything like it sine I World War he served as Y. )I. Pressing and Alternig ",
;ti horticulturist and has _also left Florida and I felt mighty good. C. A. secretary with the Fifth Di- ,
; 1 been farm manager and County 1\IcGi1llost to Queens in Rugby last vision. He is also chairman of the PHONE 511

1f\ :- "Agent of Clarendon county. Saturday and they had a ve.-y cred. Marion County School Board. NICK DAMATO-TAILOR !
i d "f: '06-Darrey D. Davis is at press itable cheering demonstration in '01-Harvey D. Waugh is secretary -

? : ent,supervising principal of schools spite of defeat. Don't like the and chemist with the Atlanta SOUTH SIDE OF SQUARE
i! in Miami. He is also an instructor rugby as well as our game. They Barber's Supply Co. He is also one

::1 at Camp Highlands Lake, Hen- don't have forward passes and interference of the directors of this company, I. --
t : dersonville, N. C., during the sum- which adds so: much to which is the third largest of :ts
; mer., the interest as we1] oil teamwork. kind in the U. S. -
I '20.:-Robert T. Hargrove is resi- Their big game comes with To '147-Harold G. Conani is chief r

? ,'i i dent engineer for the, Stat; Road ronto here this cOMing Saturday. estimator for the Minneapolis Gen- I -
I J; Department, and is now Ipeateil) in Will have a recsnl: crowd J-nd enthusiasm eral Electric Co., designing lines COLSON STUDENT HOUSES
!' Ocala. in spite of a weak team for electrical distribution. Previ- >

". '19-Thomas C. Frye is now located and odds against them. ous to this he was chemist for the Nice rooms, twin beds, large closets, running:
4 in Cincinnati where he is doing Do wish so much I could get Mobile Gas Co. of Mobile, Ala.
p; : administrative work in the '. down to Cambridge: to see the '15- Leslie D. Williams is ergag. water in every room with shower baths and-

public schools. He is assistant Florida game but it is impossible. ed in citrus raising and general
a : principal in the Whittier school -and Have classes en Satu"Jand farming near Cocoa. sleeping porches. Opposite Science Hall See

is also instructor in the last Nix tHigh couldn't possibly make it. However '98-Frank D. McArthur is practicing -
: '. i i' School and a member )-: the my spirit is with you and am law in Birmingham, Ala. He DICK STANLY,. Agent, at Mrs. Ramsey's.PLAYER .

I "Games Committee" of he Cincinnati sure the team will make a fine served as :a member of the State _
t I
public schools athletic h l *iue. showing. By the way, if you I (Continued on Page 3. \

t '22-G. Wayne Gray HIU! Kn H. wouldn't mind, a*;: the Alligator ---------. -- .. \
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i' JJcKfllop are practicing! law together to start wanueuy up this way. I Ito '
; in Clearwater. Sent in my sub cript.o.s some time + + + + 't + + + + j
ago and haven't received a bit of
: Murphree receipt c. a news. Hungry *JT 8 '\ie.
mighty interesting letter from My best regar. 3,
Pete DeSilva, which he has tuned HARRY R. DESILVA.NORTONMORROW .

over to the Alligator for publica. I. We are Distributors for the famous KRANICH & BACH
tion. While last_wek's con
1 paper
tained a brief news item concerning .
us furnish you with player rolls. We are also state-wide
Pete, this letter will nevertheless The marriage of Miss Lucile

be of interest to his'many Morrow and Mr..oscar Norton was FLA."U. BOYS- distributors for HOLTON BAND INSTRUMENTS and
:; friends. an interesting social event of LEEDY DRUMS. Write for Catalog.M. .
F ", JlcGill University, Montreal, Can. Wednesday evening, ,taking placeat .1.< t ,. t...
'1 Oct. 16, 1922.. the Tampa Heights Methodist "
f"ll'' Dear Dr. :Murphree: Church, Rev. F. E. Steimeyer of- ; $:
:: Am very comfortably settled in ficiating. The nuptial music was This is Your Store- *,
the dormitory of the Central Y. M. in charge of Mrs. E. H. Hart, Tampa and Zack Streets TAMPA, FLORIDA

I:,; C. A and have finished my second organist and Mrs. Earl Stnmpf, 1. .' i
4 t week of lecturing: ,at McGill. Ev- soloist., -You're. -
erything most interesting and = Welcome University Representative, W. J. Cody 5FnfMffiffiffiffiffiffiSHBBWffiSffi
Miss Morrow had as her maid- ,
novel and
I : enjoyable. of-honor, her sister, Miss Mary
1,.; Professor Tait, my superior, is Morrow, and Mrs. Paul Wilson, sis here when in Tampa \ '.

ii to a hustler co-operate and a most with.congenial Also have man tr of the groom, matron of honor. ! !fii
The bridesmaids
4; r ,(qund( several very agreeable Massey, cousin of were' the Miss bride Isabel, and -When need i -
friends in the Arts Faculty.I Miss you 1 1
i Josephine Perry; Bernice i '
have four classes. From my Reynolds and Margaret Leiman !
r i non-co-ed point of view school, being, my raised class of in 35 a junior. bridesmaids.Mr. r Clothes we'll be glad | HEADQUARTERSx 1

? girls in General .Psych is most in- Norton had as his best man, I
Mr. W. J. Bivins, and the
grooms- For Men's
k teresting. Assure you it was quite Furnishings s
men were Messrs. Charles to serve .
k' a new experience and still enjoy Berry, you. i. !Ii
{tom Harold Thompson, Luther 0'- t tfj
the novelty of it. Moreover, have -
Berry, and Charles Morrow Jr., | Boys, we have the'right at
ing Gym class after my hour, they brother of the bride. t g! the right prices.- Drop in:|!,
turn. opt arrayed in costumes thus. ifi .
r '(Here Pete...encloses a small snapshot The groom best known to his Ii
many friends a "Snowball," and .
} ,. of 'the girls in Gym suits). WOLF
: the groomsmen are all former University .
t' This perhaps, at least for the first BROTHERStftf = I
:l! students. :Mr. Norton is a 5 $.
lecture was the outstanding nov ,
member of the Theta Chi Fratrni- ,
JI; 1ty.i.t. '$,
: From my point of view of time, : Tampa ".!fi
':l my class of over 200 students in xx ":$f.
-c" ,I i Medical school is most expensive. A. C. SMITH & CO. JS

,) v j They are last year students and THEY FIT I'.t. .. '

: i I about three quarters of them ex- SOUTH SIDE SQUARE I
':p ceed pte, or at least they appear tog "
exceed me in age. Naturally I THEY WEAR ffi !Ii I

I have to rely on knowledge and not r $

.-,, !i on appearance in such a case. The THEY SATISFY i!
t Bummer course at Harvard Medical + + fi + + + + + + > &32K& fi
( ', School in Psychology has aided me

-.f :greatly and my knowledge of this .... -
enables me to impress 'em once in jggggisaniijaarasI
t i a while. Hope to get off a bypn m I
<>tic demonstration next week
--. which should add interest as well $4.50 Special MEET ME AT 1
( as prestige. The course Is entitled ;1
Abnormal Psychology though of.
}tf course the most part is devoted

-lit. ; z; mainly to rudimentary experimentpi MILLER'S : -
:; ; psychology, as medical students ))1
\-r here, as is generally the case ev United Shoe Store '
-' erywhere are sorely lacking in

( Lf _, phrenological foundation and appreciation 125 W. UniversityNext | We Are At Your Service
of much data in our do-
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Tobaccos, Gold Drinks, School Supplies, Pennants, Stationery, Toilet Articles Drug'Sundries Barber I
sing Club Bus Service Shop,
accommodations, Postoffice Express Western
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Serpent Ribbon Society Dance- + COUNTY CLUBS, NOTICE + : : '
Woman's Club-Oct. 26th: -Formal. + + '." 1. r :

Sigma Alpha Epsilon Annual + All county clubs wishing to + + EDERHEIMER = : t Uf :

Hallowe'en Ball-Oct. 27-Mas + have a team in the Inter- + ,. ..
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querade. + Coupty Tournament will + + : fs. _
+ notify Dr. Manchester STEIN CLOTHES .> I' i
Alpha Tau Omega informal pop not + + j
DSJCC-Oct. 28-A. T. O. House.. + later than Tuesday, .October + +. .I t
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Theta Ribbon Society Dance- + 31st. + + .i i

Woman's Club-Nov. 16-Formal. + + *. .. : J
53d $35 $45 ; : fI
Kappa Sigma Informal Dance- + + + + + + '+ + + .' ,

Woman's Club Nov 17. fl" <

Kappa Alpha Annual Rat Dance tamed the members of the t----- Scabbard It Specially designed for the straight slim figures of Varsity me tailored + t I'

_Informal-Dec. 8th. and. Blade, a military hono- to look as good in the showdown as they do in the showcase. Some of the : .f.

rary fraternity, with a dinner I models have inverted-pleat backs that finish with a belt. I t.!
party at his home on University i
Some have bellows shoulders also belted. Some have that i
Terrace last Wednesday evening, ; patch pockets : r ,

slogan, "All Work and No October the twentyfifth.The button through, other patch pockets are plain. Some are two button. Some 8 : '1''

Playwas very much in vogue on guest arrived at the appointed are three button. + ,
tithe: campus for the past three hour of seven-thirty receivinga :. { II'

t[weeks and up to last Thursday very hearty welcome and later : All in all it's a showing that reveals the finest in fabrics and finished make- : t''

'night' But in the minds of those endulging in a most appetising : -Kvmship..Extra value is, of course, to be expected. }j
and the : ; ;
who love recreatipn "light
feed. After each had eatenas
one '
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fantastic the
,; were brewing much as they could hold the f
Super-Fine Ederheimer-Stein Suits at Fifty and Sixty Dollars f
of having three of the
thoughts sea- .
party repaired to the living room / .
son's most successful dances com where the shooting of the bull was + '

ing.State-wide They have interest made these, especially eventsof the predominating feature for the y jf... -, = EVERYTHING MEN AND BOYS WEAR ::. .. '

remainder of the evening. t ,

to the young ladies, and their eag- Taps was sounded at ten at + .. '!: !
mess to come to the U. of F. city which \. -# :-. ,' .
time each guest bid his fond /
:may be seen by the partial list be- adieu to the host him '. i "
assuring Porter
;low. To prevent so much delay in I '. ; : j
of a wondeiful and enjoyable time., .
time, expense, eager anticipation, .t. ; ,
Mid a million other things, why be t'
,t selfish with our great institution, LARGE BODY AT FARR LIT. :, Clothing C o. : I '
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.- why not let them also. enjoy its I' ; ;,

many benefits? ,.' .. + -. .
An address Jjy Dr. T.,M. Simpson; if
head of the department of mathematics I
f Among the girls coming down .
of the University, a Je- ;' : JACKSONVILLE CORNER BAY AND LAURA r: f .
i for the festivities centering around t, ,
bate by'members of the club an.l 'I' '
S/A. '. "
lithe Hallowe'enball
; E. fraternity I' ,
the largest attendance of the year, i : c)," ... I I
are: Misses WUla! lire Lang, 5 .
featured the regular weekly meet- -S-, --
Dorothy Wilson, Conu-lia line 1 ::'
ilng last night of the Farr Liter- J {
> Murray, Edmonia Hare, Grace .
I ',Earle Hildreth, Elizabeth Hamm .r- ary Society. Seventy-three mem- + i 1
ers attended the meeting.H. .
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gren, Martha Murpluec, virita{ : }
I, Lake, and Adi Hiers from Tallahassee B. Lee and Rat Cjpeland de- I :...........4........++................4.....k.. i; f
the affirmative of the ques- ,
Misses Clemen'tine Baker
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; tion, Resolved: That the labor sating 1 Ocr--l-: y----;; is t
Helen Baker, Mary Kinsey, Mary would render service to his fellow PROGRAM '12-William G. Price is at pres. ; ,
machinery is injurious the
Hoyt, Alice Tucker, Marie ,Turner, members.In 1 ent practicing law with his brother #,
Jean Wadley, Geraldine Hotcher, working: classes, while Lorir Schneider I the business session preceding Debate: Resolved, that the pres T. E. Price, in Miami. ;;
and Rat Ramsey upheld the
Mabel Hawkins, Francis Burrows, the program the time for the try- ent tariff is beneficial[ to the coun- '12 and '15-Thos. W. Bryant is
i negative. The! judges awarded {
! Evelyn Beasley, Hilda and Roslyn out was set for Monday evening, try.Affirmative I now practicing law in Lakeland.
their decision to the affirmative by
I Anthony, Doris Newman, Elizabeth Nov. 6. Peabody Club will debate : LO.. Stephens, He has been lected member of the :
a vote of two to one.
Marian I the Ags. on the subject, "Resolved, John M. Boyd.Negative House of Representatives, to take t +
Dr. Simpson q Klres!ed the society -
Markham, Louise Morris, Fannie That the United States Government : R. F. Y>lubh&n;WayneA. office in 1923. z

Map Snyder, Isabelle Ros:corough, I on "The Poetic Principles, Should Pay a Bonus to the Ex-Ser Cooper.. 13Chas. P. Diamond is mayorof ;a

from Jacksonville; Misses Carolyn "I make'*my living achirg math. vice Men Engaged in the World Talk-The Turkish SituationW. -.- Perry, as well as practicing law b; 4
ematics, he declared "but I spend
{ Graham, and Marian R"f-d. from War." The members of PeabcdyClub S. Middleton. there. : ;,.
great deal of time acquiring
a my
Debates Rus3H
Tampa; Misses Sallie! Mae Suni- will defend the affirmativeside Talk-Judging I'I f H
of lit-
and enriching my knowledge ,
ner, and Shirley Brinkl y from St. of the question. Every .teach King. .' PERRYCARTERg,
erature, Dr. Simpson read a num-
Petersburg. Misses Jessie De Hon, ers' college man is urged to be out .
Sarah De Hon, and Ethel Horne ber of poetical selections from pop- for the tryout Nov. 6.DAITIST FLORIDA IS REPRESENTED IN On interest to many of the Alumni

from Ocala. :Miss Velmi Sands ular poets, among which was "On POULTRY JUDGING CONTEST will be the announcement of the
the Road to Mandalay,1" by Rud- .
\ from Green Cove Sprir.gs; Misses marriage of Carl Edmond Perry,
Dotsie Beggs and Mary Lcve Fir yard Kipling. After discussing the j Harry Tillis, Clifford Clower and belovedly known as "Tootie," to
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modern and the ? a.
? leigh from Madison and many oth. poets James Wbmeldorf with J. A. Williams Miss Ethlyn Carter of Miami, s ;
trend of Dr. Simpson The Baptist Club is an-organization -
poetry today, -
.., .. as alternate, represented which was solemnized Thursday at 9
lers. .. ":' .fdtr the which has
.. concluded his remarks with the on campus "
", 'f' Florida in the poultry judging contest the home of the bride.mrootio' i 1
.1.f 1 following classification of poetry: for its object the banding together at the ,Ncrth Carolina State and his bride arrived in Gainesville '- ft

.t:r A. T. O. SMOKER -.-. "The object ..,.: poetry is to give of the Baptist boys attendingthe Fair held in Raleigh. Dr. San- Friday and were present at

f : Prof and Mrs.A. P. Black entertained pleasure; when it fails to pcrporm university that they may become born, the instructor and coach, accompanied the Howard game. From here they i if,

- the members and pledges that function it is r-o longer po better acquainted. It was the team. ,.. will go on to New York and Washington -
formed with the ultimate aim of
. of the A. T. O. Fraternity with a etry., ', e. club house. Four lots The four teams from Tennessee enjoying an extensive

::; smoker at their home on North r I erecting a : won the first four prizes. Florida I honeymoon trip. The bridal party !
have been secured next to
.,King street last Tuesday evening. PEABODY CLUB came fifth, while Georgia, North expect to be at Cambridge for the j
'SpeEch and expected that a Carolina and South Carolina placedin big Florida-Harvard game. ii
making jokes, singing,
t.;.and the The parliamentary drill that has building will be constructed this the order named.At "Tootie's" many friends kept
a general good time were f '
""outstanding features of the en- been made a special feature of the year. a banquet held after the con- him busy receiving congratulations i i ii

=tertamment. program for the club is attracting Officers of the club a're Kennith test Josephus Daniels made an ad and the whole school joins in wish

? About ten o'clock the hostess: much interest among the club mem- Haitt, president; .L. D. Stewart dress and presented the medals. ing him the happiest future pos I '
2serred bers. Every Monday night one or vice-president E. Knight, The members of the team were sible. *';.L 'r'\ '
..? a course luncheon
two of the members have an oppor- secretary and treasurer. Federal Vocational men,. the ex- ---:- .. t
consisted of creamed oysters, fruit ,' Meetings\
exhibit to the club his are held at 945 at of the OX' TO HARVARD
salad, and angel food cake and cofAC. tunity to penses trip being pared by
Baptist Church each Sunday morn- .. E!
presiding officer. Actual (
fee. ) ability as a the government. t
is the best ing and not in the Gym as was While i
participation means, I this exhortation Is probably -
to create desire done last year. ALUMNI NOTES wish :3
CLUB MEETINGA apparently, a unnecessary we to urge .i 3.i

: among the club members become (Continued From Page Two.) all Florida Alumni that possibly .:

'A. 'Resolved, that the University well informed in parliamentary REV C. W. FRAZIER OF JAX Democratic Convention! during the can to attend the Florida-Harvard J;: Al

.Tbf Florida should not put on. an law. ADDRESSES MEN'S CLUB AND recent election. game in (Cambridge Nov. 4th. It .; Sis

:: exhibit at the State fatr," was a The reading given by Ellis Moore BROTHERHOOD MEMBERSThe '10-James C. McMillan is now'living too far away for a student migration : l

entitled "The Ladies," was enjoyedby in Atlanta, Ga.; where he though there will probably 1
\! question defated Morc'ay! night by '
the everyone present.The is plant superintendent, oil refiner be some of them there, but it i3
:7't, Rats. Rats Taylor and Brooker Men's Club of Holy Trinity
and chemist with the International to the alumni to form the main ; t
/ had the affirmative of the quest debate on the subject, "Re- Parish entertained the members of up _
toion while Rita Hamilton and solved, That Athletics Are OverEmphasized the Brotherhood of St. Andrewsand Distributing Co. He has been with body of "rooters." Get in the } :

.;" Richardson supportc 1 the negative.The in the Institutions of their friends with a banquetat this company since 1915. Previousto gang with 'Tootie" Perry, Prof. J i
this time he lieutenant in Beck R. S. Chapin and, the_ rest
decision was given: in favor of Higher Learning was the most the White House last Monday was a ,
the negative. important part of the program. The evening October the 23rd. the Philippine Constabulary. of the loyal Gator f =1rk F

affirmative was supported by Dod- '20-Leonard Boynton writes a
Prof. Willoughby his ever
gave The enjoyed by all _
was letter from Bartow where "A straight in the hand worth
humorous readings from Josh Bill- son and Phillips, the negative by breezy
tar with great success. Hall and Ebinger. The arguments as a jovial atmosphere was cast he. gives his present occupation as two in the deck."-Aiken Payne. 4_
over the party through the ve-
Rat Hull gave a well preparedtalk showed that the speakers had given "Barrister and Advocate." He
ning. gives the following additional Of course wt wouldn't say any- _
on Florida. the. play ground of time to the subject in preparation. as
America. This was also 'evident in the fact Rev. R. B. Templeton acted as information: "I don't drink, thjng derogatory to Red Mounts i s z

- Alee White talked on the livestock that the judges decision was a tie. Toast Master and made the ad. smoke, chew, tell 'lies, break'datei. for the world, but just the same'
dress of welcome. Short talks I with other we begin to have our suspicious
judging trip. The report of the critic was an or go girls. I keep my i

, Major Floyd and Dr. Shealy interesting one* The criticism both were delivered by Messers. Frank shoes shined in front, trousers when he comes home from a data i

L made a few remarks to the club. constructive and destructive, applied Wrench, Paulus, and Col. Hamp- I creased in the middle and my hair and finds an ear ring in the breast dO #

to the club from the presi- ton.The straight back." pocket of his coat. } IITHE .

t SCABBARD AND BLADE SUPPER dent to the Rats. The critic urged address of the evening was ] '20-Hart R. Stringfellow u at

F, each member to perform well any delivered by Rev. Chas. W.-Frazier, present located at Natchez, Miss., That remains to be seen/* said '

r : duty placed upon him and in thisway Rector' St. Mary's Protestant Epis- j where he is overseer, 4th District Dr. Crow as he dumped his wastebasket Y

, ?' Major J. A. Van Fleet enter- each member of the club cipopal Church of Jacksonville Mississippi River Commission, out the window.L i _

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.: THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR GATOR BAND PLANS f I f' made Activities public and scon Athletics, according to Major The time to begin earn-ct

I Fleet. rewards is the present.
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1 Ji Entered as second class matter, September 29, 1912, at the Post THREE TRIPS-TAM- The rewards which will be num- plies especially to the li

office at Gainesville, Florida, under the acts of March '3, 1879. erous and valuable will be in the The best drilled soldierefficient or.

't-'t ,! PA L; JAX; F. S. W. C, form both of trophies and of officer can lay f.. e

sweaters, and every one who is dation for his success
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ROBERT WRAY ---.----.-----: ---.:??----..:.:..--.__-Ianaging Editor Where's the music' coming good in any line can consider himself squad drill. While there
HUBERT WEEKS .---...-----.-..-----:.--.-Assistant Managing EditorR. from? Is it the band Is the I elegiDJe because will it is be expected offered. many prizes, offered it is j'
that a great many be made easy to get
A. CARLTON ----.....::--.---...----.-___._____-_.._._..Sport EditorW. Nand: going to play, in chapel" today The R. 0. T. C. exchange-will
the best
j'j RUSSELL KING .--....-.-..-.-......----.,-_...._..Make-up Editor ) ? Are they poing to play in J furnish a great part of them from go men
1 K. K. HANSEN .. .. tie shirt tail parade? Such | j j their which is to go back i will be quite a number. -!,
: ------- --- --------,-______________...Joke Editor doubt profits ...,
'r nuest. 'oas PS these have no _
Society Editors -
-- been asked all over the campu'5.and
_ I B* W. AMES .---.-----.-.-.--_-.----.-..--.w....-..__.______Alumni Editor what is the reason? Well it UI--- _- Aggressive Merchandisers -

j' N. D. St. JOHN -..-----.--.--.-. _.-.-__-:-_._.Exchange Editor'r I Iea is this, for years Florida has had

f I t Virgil M. Bradshaw .....;..--.. ___.__ ___.________._______Military Editor a creditable organization known
r ,1 Reporters: Franklin West, G. H.. Bee, W. Emmons_ B. Gamble, by as the the University University.Band Its,purpose supported is ,

Usher, Don C. Booth, R. E. Glenn, C. D. Keen, G. A. Martel, J. D. not for advertisement alone butts f
sr : f SibeH, a remedy for the crave of the A Man's Suit that has Fit 1
j music loving students of the Southland '

L I I HORACE,,WILSON .:-....-.........----.--..:...:-..--.---Business Manager. which is uncontrolable by x"e "*" i ;

: I Ul A: RAMBO ---.--.....---..---::-.<-__.Assistant Business, Manager people of the warmer' climates. The
Chinese have their stringed instruments -
Possesses Quality and atj
I the black savage has his .
}t -: "Tom Tom" and '"Jazz band," the "
"The Rollins Sandspur" has changed its opinion of the Orangeand Hawaiians have their Ukelale, but

Blue since last week's game. Their sports editor says: UVe'Ilh do the Eskimos in their ice covered I '
and frozen land have such things?
nd it to you, Florida, your football players acted like gentlemen When there is anything big going ;'a- Reasonable Price tl

''. Saturday. Come on, folks, let's give the University fifteen, what on the band is there to makeit .. .
dQyou say?" He also goes on to say.that it is time this petty feeling bigger and when there is any '
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thing that should be the band is -
,. among the colleges of the State was. stopped, in. which the 'there to do the work, as for instance A -'" ,:. .. ."-.-.'

t Florida Alligator heartily agrees. "A house divided against itself at the last shirt tail 'pa t I
4, rade, scarcely anyone thought that Smart .appearance with absolute assurance of its pertance |!,1f
cannot stand. :
: Rollins' spiritof:good will is shown further in the would : '-f ,' ... ,
' it come off on account of : ? : "
sportsmanlike,statement:' "Well, the old game upset our dope, so the rain and lack of advertisement <:. ." .-. -
!. i'ou'll I in the Commons but look 'are features of these Salts of which we are espee'; :t'
f have to pardon. us for even thinking the'yay we did before except ..
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'' the contest." Put 'er there ,what happened when the little :.: -: _: \ -t--. '" -* :.M
Sandspur. *- *d
.I. '' r I bunch of bandmen began "tooting." proud, '.:, *.. '::
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The band is expecting to make '
.l'. ..;." I three trips this year: one to Tampa 1 ',." ,_ ..
I" N DEBATING, on Nov. 11; to Jacksonville on y
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:' Dec. 2, acid later_ a trip, to Tallahassee -
: The'University of Florida boasts five debating societies, each EDERHEIMERSTEINPELHAM
: to play for the girls and SIJI1|
representing one of the colleges, and among these five each year a the governor. Prof. Brown and .
s- hard battle is fought for the possession of the Faculty Loving Cup. : the officers of the band are trying -

- _: This cup is one purchased by the Faculty several years ago as an I I to make it possible to take the St.li

; .& ; incentive to debating on, the 'campus. It is an expensive one, and band to Cambridge and although at25- .!,
they have met with several obstacles to3750 i
;_ j. f according to the contingency upon which it was presented to the they have not given up hope ; !;

f' .debating societies, it becomes the permanent property of the society of carrying the band to Cambridge I .
;!i' I that is successful three consecutive times in the annual 'bat to help hold 'Harvard and show

z I ,- tIes. At present it is in the hands of the John Marshall Debating l I II them that we are on the map not 1
' rl onlv in football but in otherS
I Society. During the years since the purchase of the cup it ha j I way. every SIZES 34, 35 AND 36Young i
been the property of 'every college on the at ,
campus one or-j fellows you have a good band Men's'
t 'l; other except the Engineering College. This year the'Engineers, this year; in fact there is such interest 2-PANT SUITSOne 1

L1 i headed by Count Yarnoff, are going to make- desperate attempt; and competition that Prof. Cot, One Vest, Two Trousers
I to win it. Brown has been forced to cut it ,
s f In up into two bands. The first JUST ARRIVED \
inter-collegiate circles Florida as a debating school has always band with forty men and the secqnd Seams piped with silk
} I rated high. By far the_greater part of Florida's debates have rapidly building to thirty. (How sport back 4 hand fin shed'at OO.50 :
resulted in unqualified victory for the Orange and Blue. 'about a "Rat" band to go with r lap. with
The value of debating and the "R 9 tOp football team in '25?) -
public,speaking as a practical train i

ing for, life's battles cannot be too, highly.emphasized. An ability -come Before up before Ipng the the question student body will -.' .

I f tp address people,and to state clearly and concisely the salient I ir whether they will send the band :1 _

points of discussion, and to be able to think on one's feet is indeed .to Tampa or not. What are you
5; t. d j an attribute to be prized. Only through debating and public speak-J going to do about it, fellows, are

,1 .!. ing can proper attention be given to this important branch of in- you going to show Florida's style Sonar Lion
: and spirit and show South Flori- Miller
F -I struction. Neither of these have the support from the State solons da what we have and do? WrightHats PUfFERS'"SELL Custom
J that their importance entitles them to. An appropriation for de-

f 1 bating and an instructor for oratory should be provided for. At MILITARY. Coifed

.: present the participation in such work depends only upon the desire -
: # and interest of the studeijts for their life work. We believe A complete list of the numerous FOR LESS" -

( : that a mention of the support needed for debating is sufficient and; through prizes that the Military are being Departmentfor offered

will only urge the students to give debating their full-hearted ef- the Battalion and also Student
forts until the time when legislative I .
backing obtained. OJ._" .
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flSPORTSGATORS ing broadcast as the co ntry'* UNIVERSITY MEN : ; d{j.
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The diminuitive: star, tip the scalesat .... ':,' t I S
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that he is such a mite of a youth, "
LEAVE WEDNESDAY Harvard University, has startedon that he frequently follows his in .- Society s ;.:Brand Clothes "I, l r"t'

; ON TO. HARVARD its twenty-eighth year with 6- terference for several yards be- .. 4 t .
fore the opposition can accurately Hanan Shoes, Manhattan Shirts Knox Hats : : ,'#'
(Continued from page 1) 000 students enrolled., It's football i .",
his whereabouts. '
id'ditional determine : tAre
eaptain4Ifootie' Perry. Three : schedule improves each year. featured lines in the Giddens Store. j'. "' '"., i
alligators of larger size --L .: t
Dixon tried out a special pair of ,
will:be taken,'one of which will .A recent copy of the "Sandspur," punting shoes. on Thursday.J but Mail_. .. Orders. .. a Specialty: ;. I"
befiresented"'"to the, University of speaks of "Last year's 'wonder was not well satisfied with them. : t! -
team." Our last year's with -* S : .
Georgetown, on to Dickenson ColI :
their wonder team was 33-0, what Captain Horse Smith took his - '
lastly one to Harvard.jloch : ::1 t
ege, and kind of a team have they now? Rat team to the varsity field on S '. \\i jl
interest centers in just I I Wednesday and Thursday, just to t ;, i,I i

what players, will be. lucky enough F* S. W. C. is to have tennis show them they haven't got the < : t :1
fo make the trip, and as yet the only team on the campus.It Ii
courts. Let's'bope the state. chari- '
squad has not been'hosen. '. '
Complete 'pionship goes with it. H-i :
The Gators suffered a se- is probable that the Cincinnati 4
loss when Norton, who stars club will sell the services 'Eddie 11
mere It the guard position, broke his Newton who hurt his ankle inThursday's .' Rousch to the Cubs this winter.' GIDDENS SLOTHING( 'CO.TAMPA : : tL_ '

bone while tackling the practice' was taken. on Rousch, one of the best hitters .
iollar 1 during'praCtice last Thurs- the Tampa; trip to ."c st' a few / and outfielders in the majors de- ,;' 'r. :
passes but his services were not With FLORIDA r 1 ,
ay afternoon. Attending physi- mands an $18,000 salary. f **
j ins announced that the injury needed. him in their line up the Cubs wouldbe 0 'r r! :
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Could keep hini out of football for / extremely dangerous, in 1923. lf'I
p' .
|he Test. of the season. This is ,a Wouldn't ya,give a whole lot to 51,000 people saw Harvard, defeat ;>
?-at misfortune to the team but :'see the Harvard game on Fleming "The Prayin Colonels';' 24 ._ .' 0 : -
: will have to be borne as best r field, tho? to 10, last Saturday. .';"j ,, ,
.- possible. Joe Barchan, quarterk "
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in the Legion game played'in '; ; 'J ;
;reek l pa,*but'3s< it'feeling:none the -Popular Goods at Popular Prices atBURKHIM'S I I "

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.;;if they are successful\ and it is Tailoring, Cleaning, Pressing, Dyeing s I:

:a safe bet tha they will be, and r .r The Style Clothes of America w :_<_ .<. _::1;'': :
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1 I these same 43 must for be classes handed except in before -- ... .....-. .'... ...:. ... ..... -. : !

ii ., OCR WEEKLY LIMERICK' he mentioned the three graces and they are posted on the demerit list. f lJ

Dizzy saw them on an Orphetun This is a formal notification, and
F lour Percival Archibald Reginald bill in Jacksonville less than a ignorance of this rule will be no I THE UNIVERSITY BOOK STORE i iI

lanes, month ago. excuse. Turn the excuse, signedby I II
Was naRy a wonder at rolling the :Mr. Bullock of the dining room, I Basement Language' Hall :

4 bollesi A young actor had been trying over to the dean of the college in
4 x. He would throw rows of sevens, for a long time to get a speaking which registered.
you are I ,
': Tin his room mates cried. "Heav. part. At last he was given one New Liae of University Jewelry and Stationery, 1'.arctt j

t t ens!" winch consisted of four words. He Cooter Winfield had hard luck Assortment of Pennants, Freshman Caps, Memory ;

And begged him in vain for more was to rush on the stage and ex the other day. He fell asleep in t ,Beaks, Etc.

feans. claim "Hark a pistol-shot!" an eight o'clock class before the .
,; But during the play stage-fright r THE STUDENT
roll was called, and got marked EVERYTHING FOR
is foot the .
A project on on I
him the critical
overcame at mo- absent. .1;
1 campus to organize and produce a ment, and as he rushed on the 't'it
vaudeville. This should - -
a ; faculty stage he shouted, "Hark, a shistol "I like to in that kind
n' H, prove screaming success if prop pot!" Then, "No. a shostol poot. of spirits"said see the you doctor as he ................. ..........
which would be
4, erly carried out
At last he desperately cried out,
tl pourtd a dash of water into his I
tile case under efficient manage- "Say, did you hear that J bang; ?"- rum SHOES REPAIRED !
::1 merit After careful consideration Short Stories. '
: ifie majority of the students inter.
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t csted in the plan have come to the LAWYERS
'- ;i J: conclusion that the best man on I J. S. BODIFORD j | AMERICAN SHOE REPAIR COMPAQ;

# j tl -\ the faculty for the job of director There will be a meeting of the I and I t''

x I' '.; a )lr Riley. the head of the extension Sophomore Law Class for the purpose j COMPANY j T Shoes Called for and Delivered Work Guaran
f f division. Mr, Riley's main of election of officers on t

; qualifications for this responsible Saturday afternoon at 2:00 in the L Druggists_: =e-.J Z TELL T. P. WINTER, AGENT, 35 BUCKMAN
position are, first, the fact that he Practise of -
Court Room
the Law
3elieves everything that he reads, Building. ...........................

.. :and, second, the fact that he never Everything Electrical ..____ __ --.4I
3eli ves what: you tell him. He ..7t

} aaw some cakes labelled Bounty oft LIFE JOS. J. SEYKORAPHONE t Greenleaf & Crosby. Company
the Gods' in the Book Store, and
The wind is howling, 107
F asked Frank Hunter ,how they
t The sky is gra.pLife GAINESVILLE,FLORIDA I r.
l tasted. He was informed that you continues, JEWELERS ,
E ,j i coaldn ttell them from stale lie- .'
i We find the way.
once, But went ahead and boughtne I
'f anyway. After he had ,done it I Jacksonville, Florida "
Joy and its mannerisms, Ii I
: .i he wondered why he did.
3 t 't- t The main problem of a project :Folly Laughter with and its perilsIs its fun-, 19 dMP'). KODAK A3 YOU QO t Medals, Class Rings and Pins. Committees "
Bite this however is securing :
,' i one, "
u ; i an accomplished and easily handled life's run. t in search of loving cups or trophies,

': : itroBpe of players. ;We will enumerate I Yet we go on never ceasing, t suitable for Golf, Tennis or other athletic

;" ultywho several"members undoubtedly have of the the fac tal-\ Till the fawn of another day t events, will find it an easy matter ta

em, if they Van: only be persuaded Brings to our realization t Choose from selection packages which we
Stop. pick another
of 3o lend their talent to the idea. IfIVof. way. will send
gladly approval.
j F -F. W. I upon
Hathaway only give I
'' the representation of a deceitful __ __
x EXCUSES REQUIRED FOR 4I 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 j
I l qxa3 that he retailed to one of his
Spams classes the other day, it MESS-HALL- CUTS .y.... ........................fl

would be very much appreciated. A There WHEN YOU EAT AT THE
seems to be some misunderstanding : J
second number could be a dialogue
F. especially the
Between Dr. Farr and Dr. Crow. among KODAKPictures
Freshmen, regarding absentees
f 3)r. Farr. altho a very busy man, i. GAINESVILLE CAFETERIA
meals at the Mess-Hall. This t
ugMbe able to lend some of his 4 ,
same difficulty comes each
+r timer this, as he would only berequired" up yearpand about the
as a consequence these who YOU GET
to few words'
a ,
say possibly
have not been informed are'com. class- -
i' I three or four, if he tried hard campus your A SQUARE MEAL v
-------- --- ------- for with .
*fl aeoughAnd who has ever had mates, example, at
any trouble getting Dr. Crow to- theirsnug sombreros that a
Said up both sides of an argument? S HOE S grow smaller with each : SQUARE DEAL PRICE
Another number might be humorous rain-are fun
monologue by Dr. Leake a on- H B. M. TENCH H now and grow to pricelessin make ............................#

fte:subject of punctuality. 'Long yodr senior
jjrsetiee;, must have very nearlypradnced 0 Gainesville 0

perfection in his case, and You know, of course that STYLE
we are sure that he would be dehted
the folks back home
t I E would
; to help Florida E
/, : out.
appreciate the story-telling ALL THE WHILE
t t Dr. Enwall might be persuaded

i., to sire one of his cartoon performances S HOE' S pictures you can send them. 1f' .. .

accompanied by a humorous Picture making the Kodak ,

i r, lectnre. As a title we would sug. .----------- way is easy and enjoyable. Our system of operation makes / if!
;': er rest Descent"Explosion Into in the a Shingle Maelafrojn.Mill" r I 1I ) Come in andvell show you. for exceptional values-unexcell d'{ :'\ .....r ''

; The title is unimportant, after all.XL | Sanitary Cleaning & t ed service. '_ r ,ft J \
r. f is the picture that counts. I II '
: ) PressingClub Autographic Kodakr '\ \ 11
Perhaps one of the Law faculty '/ 1f ,.
J 6.50 ] 1\
might be wheedled into telling us a I Opposite Star Garage r up r.

j get stories. The onyl restriction I II I KAIRDHARDWARE' Wtx
t .,i \ would be that he Suits-Hats-Furnishing Goods '
restrict himself to I LET US CLEAN 'EI I II CO. !*$. s v
\ t!, original stories. We- all read the I -
\\ J.Bangp anyway.: Phone 7
AD in all, the idea seems to be | Dyeing and Pressing Also It 1 BAILEY, THE CLOTHIER.
i* very good one, and has greatjjossibilitks j Phone 675 TAMPA )
.x in it. I .
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< ,; Duty Jones says that he finds I
: Sic course in classical mythology
highly interesting because the prof. I ELECTRIC SHOE REPAIR COMPANY r We Are Bicycle Specialists 3

talks of a lot of pebple that he t
: JOows. Why, just the other day t and
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( f ft( it HAIRCUT _-..--.....-.-- 25c15c 1i I II employ U. of F. student help and deserve some d

n i w t SHAVE ---- .". ... ... t I STUDENT REPRESENTATIVE-H. K. WINTER, ROOM I your patronage. Why send your rackets away for rb

( 'I JOE' TORRETTO. t t 19 BUCKMAN stringing, then wait for several days and get inferif w

1:1 I Ir t t work and finish? You probably save two-bits, but .d

-I' .. _No. 1 Buckman it pay in the long run? t_
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$ also refinish with shellac every 38 days free ef
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: vr + 1 I falling on his serious bronzed t BANK"'I :" t.i ti i iI
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r : EXCHANGE NEWS' young face. he explained it all to I Incorporated 1888Capital :. ''I j f f

+ her earnestly.And t $100,000., Surplus, $150,000 t Jj. i,I- "

N. D. St. John I the girl beside him-fragile GAINESVILE, FLORIDA t i"" f.. \ f<

4.l I i f and fragrant, and made up to be .t.- -- ---_. ..... t.i.! ; ; 1
-- *, petted-raised her corn-flower t '"

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chapter cf Pi Delta Epsilon, a C athletic teams. so why can't the You've got a wonderful mind." iffi i } '
ional journalistic fraternity, II colleges get together and really But the next night, in a low racing GAINESVILLE FURNITURE COMPANY 1 j ji

tb treaty active chapters the I help each other out in getting results car, purring through a moonlit 1 !fix i t }I 1 r
ading colleges of the country. has I for which colleges are primarily lane, beside an anaemic young fellow !xaf5 ;, r i iy
,en granted to Georgia Tech bye I founded. Come on, the U. who made real money and Victrolas and Records !J. .
National Council of the frat rn- of F., Southern, and Stetson, let's weighed a hundred and nine pounds, ; sIf; '.
The installation cf this chap-, I have a little better feeling existant she snuggled within the stoop of : ;
r. I D.R. COX, Proprietor TELEPHONE :i : ji
r was very rapid, the petition be- between the colleges of this State." his round shoulder and trembled: :
gsent in last February and the I "Oh, Herbert-it's so-so wonderful !fi 5 !I": f! I., .
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apter granted in May.Pi YARN to have a strong man love I!5 ;Yi rw 'n I _

J j t you. Royal. Gaboon. 11.1! It I ,. 2
Delta Epsilon was founded at I I have a little cat at home. I
.case University in 1909. TherI I She's as spry as can be. "My girl is so ignorant she
now about two thousand ,mem- Shes| always looking round my thinks that a football coach has ST. PATRICK'S CATHOLIC CHURCH !ltiJ i
of the Unitedtes. 'rooms II l
in various parts ,
four wheels. E. MAIN STREET, NORTH t. :
Membership is open to To see what she can see. '

x>se who have made their mark Last year she ate my sweater- -Exchange. Reverend John Conoley, S. T. L., Rector :! ,I) ,
journalistic fields, usually on a 'Twas made of all-wool yarn, .
t liege publication. It stands for Today she had five kittens, Sixteen men on a fullback's chest, TELEPHONE 620 i j
feievement along these lines and They all had sweaters on. Yo Ho-and a bottle of iodine.

'&ereore a coveted honor. Only -Kentucky Journal.: -Exchange. SCHEDULE OF SERVICES : I 0"

jaors l'-. ind senior are ?>"igiBle, and -_----_ SUNDAYS-10:30 A. M. and 7:45 P. M." I: :'Ilm: : ,',

iey must have worked two: yearsn TO A WALL FLOWER I ; 'VEEKDAYS-7:30 A. M.X Ii : r; ir
jte publications of the college I YOUR RAZOR I II :' ::
.eYf ttend. Flower of the crannied wall. i "'
If I pluck you from the crannies, t BLADES j II tt U; ." i

North Carolina State'has beguner And hold you: dancing, press .your Sharpened at about oneI I ................................<< 'I''r!' .-, t f '
t '
R. 0. T. C. rifle practice al- hand, 1 '-
ady. Evidently she is our for Littleflower.. you'd not understand. t third the cost of new blades f ,I '1 ALEX CAFETERIA i: f: Hi'

This is what the But if drank and smoked and I CLEAN GOOD *
lorida's scalp. you : '. I; k; >0
Technician" has to say about it: all, SWEARINGEN'S > J' .

The N.C. S. riffe team was competing eighth You'd be as-The popular Florida as Nan Flambeau.is. t AT IDEAL CAFE .. Here's the place to. get .. ... I;. .. '.i'
atof thirty-two teams f
what want when t' i
I you
tiring the past summer camp. Opposite Fire Station h '
Icrida came out first. Our: teamad A TRAGEDY; DEDICATED TO .-.. j ,+ you want il- .. .
never fired the service rifle be- WEAVER I i : '. i-! i'

)re-Florida had been practicing SHIPMAN- ANYTHING at ANYTIME \ !:
U[ winter on a regular course-"A' Tenderly she tok the still, white m 4 1: ;
,nge. If we hope to reconquer form from his arms and laid it beside WARD i- ; :

arels once ours we must find a those which had gone before. REBUILT -- ... .... .-. Iii: I !
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uitable outdoor range that we may Cold drops cf perspiration gleamed II : -
rst use a real weapon with a kick. on her forehead as she looked furtively TYPEWRITERS $3.00 DOWN I : MARABLE'S STUDIO :Ii ; :
I { f
Ms is our real goal. Practice abut her. Suddenly a sigh Typewriter Repairing and 1
is winter and next spring with escaped from her trembling lips. Supplies It I "THE HOME OF GOOD PICTURES" ,1 ;liil
e service rifle, so when we go to Then silence. Presently another THE BLOODWORTH TYPE.
imp next summer our team will than the WRITER AND REPAIR ;1
sigh, more, heartrending I'! J !
Official Photographer for University Publications. I *
jve been sleected, and ready to : first, seemed to well up from the- COMPANYNext ; I 'It
ike nothing less than first place. very depths or her soul. Door to Western Union I Kodak Work. Returned in a Day .- }hr.':
et's go." Its beginning to look "My Gawd. but these college t I tI fit :
,$$$ $ i it
ike we are going to have a little guys sure do have lots of laundry!" I
mpetition after all. she remarked as she surveyed the, I NORTH SIDE OF SQUARE I! '

t .. bundles of clothes piled about her. t OVER MILLER'S ". i '.E! i
Iflats, think what you are missing -Punch,Bowl. I "
C :
by:going to Florida. "More than -- _...._- -- -- 'Ii
q00) Freshmen of Columbia Univer- ,HERO STUFF .f : : :
i y were herded together on their Ip! '
way to class and marched down From a front seat she watchedhim <
[roadway by their traditional enemies while the sun burned her delicious Bedding, Pillow Cases, 't1Sheets :
the Sophs. They were dec- nose. Faster, dizzily faste-, f
rated with iodine and shop*blacking swirling and uncaring, carryingwith r Blankets ; ,,q.,, ;
; and with their coats turned him ;the feverish everswelling I 'I I
gut and trousers rolled up, were tumultuous ecstacy of maddened RIBBONS-RIBBON,NOVELTIES Ii j :: ;;

made to push pennies down' Broadway }- fans, he pitched a perfect ball. j .. MADE TO SPECIAL ORDER Il a i :
with their noses." Later, showered, shaved and t
splendid, he sat beside her in a # ,
The University of Nevada has atradition .- We Keep Everything for Your Room !IJ I z .11!

which is as strange as the We grind Our Own Lenses
old customs of Babylon. On a hill J. W." M'COLLUM & CO. tI !
north of the campus is a gigantic DRUGGISTSTHE NODELAYgaines ij'I

etter! N made of piled up stones.It REXALL STORE ille. Florida.. Qual. i :
is geometrically perfect in every Agents for SerVice 1fir/ / : i'
!detail, and is one of the largest Liggetts and Norris Candies GAINESVILLEFLORtDAON I i I..
'letters of its kind in -the United Gainesville Fla. t '
States. It measures 150 feet in I' I I i

height, is 140 feet broad, and cov-

ers square about feet of twenty-one ground. Since thousand 1913. A. H. Doran and ....................................... ..... ..... ..... .......... ........,.. .................e.. ..... ....!; -i : I::
I Foe Bicycles Bicycle I 4 ;
when the letter was built, each Accessories

freshman class at the beginning of 232 East Main Street South ; -S.- :
the 4'Peavine
year has ascended ''
Mountain" and freshened' up this .
old symbol with a coat of white-
"wash. It now stands out in the HEARST'S GREETINGS !

'clear Nevada skies, smiling happily SUNDAY AMERICAN .
in its new suit. THE U. OF FLA. STUDENTS f. : 3

I' la'the' latest issue of the Tulane ATLANTA CONSTITUTION f

Hullabaloo that we have received,
*e learn that the marvelous "Goat 5 PAGBS OF COMICS 8

Hale is ,,no more on the Mississippi When in town make our he headquarters, ir headquar- ,. ..
College team, but,he is replaced
bone which is of the same species, "On tile Corner Bre.ry .Sat- ters. We have a place for you to rest, with plenty of tj
named Parks. In the game with un1ay Night

Louisiana College his brilliant runs P. H. GILLEN AGENT desk ate. Come on in and let's put the 'Gators on top. ; ; IT
Proved him to be one of the flashitlst -
halfbacks eves: seen ota the Mis- r y ,
'lssippi Jineup. He. will have a : s.
.eknnce to show his,mettle in TamP ;
wi Armistice day. .1 i1io I : )
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TO read this Rollins SandsPUr I # .: H
: "Welll hand it to; you, Flor- I TAILOR.I I I
11a r your football players acted -19Kxr.: Street H. L. COVINGTON, Pres. I
I Bay
like gentlemen Saturday.: Comeon t AND i I..... Icc HI
folks, let's give the University /
*teen, what do ?" r .
r you say :
! The next paragraph says: "Any- t DRY CLEANERPhone t + :.; =: E_
way,it's time this petty feeling be- tI l
If **een the colleges of Florida vas t 354 I :

State topped.for all There the colleges is room and in their the: L _.J. ....... ... _ : :*:< : ,: [..:.:.:.>:.j.j.:.:.:.:.:.:.j.:.:.t1THE i 11.



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} fI!1 ': --GATORS.SWAMP HOWARD and- 'Pomeroy'' '' make thirteen yardsin a brilliant-gain---- of 25 yards aroundleft I general public to disassociate: you .,upon'entrance to the bu$din;
f:, j :: If become a great themilitary colors, and<
1\ It TEAM BY SCORE OF 58-0 three plays. Hockenstad gains end and game is over. Score from it. you [ the
'I:. ii and gcodvinan. it will reflect glory mainder of an exhibit by
: ,I Continued from Page 1)
fourteen yards. After partment
$ beingpen- 580.How Alma Mater. If your occupying the
!; yfem five right guard. Dickson they played:. upon your
over alized fifteen yards Pomeroy makesa character be otherwise, it will be of enclosure number 1 in the
i, i : _.' wrer right tackle gets four yards brilliant runaround left end for Florida-Coleman le; Robinson institution tre section.
with ;
i otherwise
1 \ your
; l ; land first down. Quarter up with 30 yards and a touchdown througha It; Byrd. Ig; Gunn, c; Scott, rg; is'that

1&l j l : ?fcall on Howard's 32-yard line. broken field of players who could Doty rt; Duncan re; Pomeroy qb. ; His and now richest my benediction prayer to God may rest exhibits The remaining.in order booths of sequent with

,: Second quarter cpened by Dunaaa not down him. White punts to Bie, Case lh; Newton rh; Dixon fb. the president of the Florida Right Hand Section *

'r. : >' being thrown for five yard loss who goes out of bounds on thirty- Howard-Shelton le; Alford It; upon its officers, its
University, upon Enclosure No.
} 1 'Ii ,and Florida penalized fifteen. Aftr five yard line. Cox gains four Hurst Ig Brindley c; Stubbs, rg student body.impossi't.l lt entire
t faculty, and its ure-Chemistry.
j r cr An unsuccessful_ pass Dickson yards and Hockenstad seven yards Barfield rt; Gaylord re; White qb; for+ the bf the
r it [ ,:prated, to White on the 41 yard line. through the line. Hockenstad one Norris lh; McCarthy rh; Clark fb. : -eyes- Enclosure No. 2, Booth 3 1

: :r "White's punt is blocked and recov- yard over right guard. Hockenstad blowing; Booth 2, Civil and

:: hr I; : ';.Bred by Doty for a touchdown. punts and Howard punts in returnto Louis Connell says that Pascal CROSS-COUNTRY RUN chanical, engineering. =

;,;. ,:Dicison kicks goal. Murphy and ball is returned to refused an extra dessert the other PLANNED FOR. NOVEMBER Enclosure No. 3, Booth 1-q'C
:; After an exchange of punts Florida's 50 yard line. After several day, because he"is in intensive 25; cation; Booth 2. Law College:

., Y Howard's attempted line bucks plays, and a penalty, Hocken- training for the Checker Team. (Continued from Page 1) Enclosure No. 4, Booth 1

I' amd passes fail. Howard's punt stad punts. Howard makes ineffectual "Why knot tIP said, the shoe to the the, college winning the race. Newspaper Contest.

1 t f'. : '. 'jeturaed to '45 yard line by Robinson attempts at line smashes. I shoe-lace. The winning team will be. given Booth 2-Vocational aBees. '

i' <- and Flbrida makes first down and punts out of bounds on Flor- "To hold your tongue. ," retortedthe to the college winnnig the race. .

ja. three line bucks. In next fours ida's 45 yard line. After a seriesof lace. The winning team' will be given Enclosure No. 5, entire

I i: r'':. plays Florida fails to make first line bucks in which Florida four gold medals. -Girls' club--Canning, sewing

x \ down and White punts to Pomeroy steadily gained, Newton passes to The team winning second will be Enclosure No. 6, entire enda
to their own 35 yard line and ball Mahannah who makes a 34 yard Tootie Perry is wearing a great' given four silver medals. \ -Home demonstration.

'. D returned fifteen yards. A pass run to Howard's eighteenyard line. smile these days-he's married. The team winning third will be Enclosure No. 7, entire e

iras intercepted J by Whitp who Quarter -, --------- --- -- -- ----- ,-
up. given four bronze medals. -Agricultural Experiment
'' ytmts. Pomeroy returns the ball After carrying the ball to How- DR. ANDERSON BIDS FAREWELL Entries will close on Wednesday, Centre Section-
$' :from the 35 to the fifteen ard's one'yard' line TO UNIVERSITY
yard line. Newton goes November 14. Enclosure A, frontage Mi
Dickson makes twelve yards and over for a touchdown. Dickson failsto Continued from Page One) Entrants hand their names to department..

49 :Newton four. Dickson goes over kick. White kicks to Mahannah, tion building. He said, "This is the Russell 95 Thomas Hall or to Remainder of enclosure

+ VJght tackle one yard for touchmwn who returns fourteen yards. New- He entreated the students to cultivate James A. Hudson at Mrs. Ramsey's. and mechanical .road-testing *

but fails to kick goal. ton goes around right end twenty high ideals perseverence Rats can enter the race if they rials, etc.Enclosure'.
White kicks to :Murphy who returns 'yards. After carrying the ball I and the spirit of service, saying desire. B, entire eneics

ball to the 40 yard line. New- steadily up te field, Newton gains "No one can live a worthy life witha -' Literary societies will be responsible Model machine shop.

",' fon-and Pomeroy make long gains, ,25 yards and then five yards. Dick low ideal." J I I for appointment of captainswho Enclosure C,...entire enclose

I i. 'J&ut on an attempted pass Murphy ran gains four yards and Newton His closing words were: Let will look after the respectiveteams Radio exhibition and dens
t I thrown for a loss. Newton punts goes over for a touchdown from the me repeat that my associationsand it
; will be their duty to see tion.
behind goal. A pass is intercepted one yard line. Dickson kicks goal. relations to the University i
that the team is organized, to keep Enclosure D. entire enclose
ly Pomeroy' who 35 On After Howard's shave been of great pleasureto
runs yards kick.off, Cox very
them the field and in
on training Vocational Agricultural
3 I
I :1;.: 1 's touchback ball is returned to 20 makes a' brilliant run of 32 yards me. I shall rejoice to hear of)
and to look after the interest of Poultry Farm.Enclosure .
7yard line. Newton intercepts a but fpmb1' on the next play, and y<*ir success and shall sorrow to the team in general. These cap- E-Office.'
;pass and runs 35 yards for a touch Howard recovers. Trey punt to hear of your failure or loss. You
tains will
: after entering the Across an intervening aisle
i down but fails to kick goal. After Cox who returns to 43 yard line. are onny heart. Remember,
teams for the meet. the office.
White's punt to Hoekenstad, Mc- After long gains by Mahannah and young man, that when you put Final ,
I- arrangements for the Enclosure No. 8, entire encM
Intosh intercepts a pass. Whitespunts Dickson, Dickson scores a touch- your nameon_ the register of the
course will be announced at an College Agriculture.Left .
: to Murphy who returns to down, but fails to kick goal. The University, that then and there ,
early as the Hand Section-
tie 4O yard line. Half up. remainder of the quajrter was a the reputation of the institutionis J present course as
stated above is tentative.For Enclosure No. 9.
r..t I White punts to Hockenstad, who.xturs I series of long gains by Florida with to a degree, with you. It is entire encSl
further information those interested -also
College Agriculture.
to 30 yard line. Pomeroy Howard on the defensive, and fight- -
JUid may apply to James A. Enclosure No. 10, entire advure '
BTe make
long runs around end ing for time. In the last few :
i for: 31 yards. Two passes are incomplete minutes :Mathews carries the ball i FOR RENT Nice quiet rooms at Ramsey's House. -County Farm Agents.
_* I Enclosure No. 11, entireureBoys' eat
and Hoekenstad punts. over fcr touchdown from the
a one I in same block,as College Inn. FLINT CHEMICAL so-
+ After unsuccessful line bucks, yard line. Mahannah kicks goal. Agricultural Club
I White punts to I 129 COLLEGE PARK AVE. FEATURES Adjoining enclosure No. Hi
Murphy, who returns White kicks to Duncan, who returns .
? to own 60 yard line. Bie to 35 yard line. Cox makes PICTURES side entrance disclosing a
:'. forge, an appendage of the
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I (Continued from Page 1) machine shop.Enclosure .
II It 3SaSffi KftfHfWSfWraifWAnthony! 'i t'f'itFt' n'tfi !fi i'ifitft'fi! t! tltft! tYt ft Ft installed in the plant this summer No. 12, entire tHure
'! and its operation was explained
4 : ably -A striking reproduction
t by Prof. Black. miniature of the University "IB'_

The ice plant which is an exceedingly pus. .

It Bros 'I large one for this size Enclosure No. 13, entire e*,
.' : | town, was next inspected. This ure-General Extension Divis"
'< plant is housed in a building about Enclosure No. 14, Booth
75 by 150 feet and contains very Physics. Booth Electrical I

up-to-date machinery. It supplies .
\I.\ ice to all the neighboring '
\ ; !H and ices the fruit towns, I wglls ft the structure

Stock cars passing through growers hero express itr to glass perpendicularly windows to a row the of pi

1i I' Reduction Sale continues | winter. Its capacity i is "almost length of the building.extending From

t enough for a city. the siza: of Tampa top of the panes. the 'oof bUt

upward slope to the base of atf

I._ I Monday and Tues-II I and upon class About received made their twenty this field a tour practical of members stuily.of inspection out uf They look the, height slant er row, ,terminating there of windows.is a resumation in the From peak el: ,

the roof. Between the base efi
!Ii ; wish to thank -
I /-f
!Ii managers upper row of windows and tk
\ these .
I : lege of places for extending the privi- I of the/lower row, will be fei=
} / I I inspecting them.U. .
5 day'S. lengthwise, intermittent strips
5 .' y; OF F. TO HAVEEXTENSIVE blue, orange and blue muslin.
Hi On the interior at 10 foot '*,
vals, tnere will be befow.
9 place
.5 --'S.-- S : ; THE STATE FAIR
front of each bcoth a brightIJ'.

I : Special: values in Hi tfiW ( from Page 1} ored lantern.

I11sl ,, every HiHi school' and to stimulate a still Mr. Riley says:
'To te!
greater interest in it:' put a project such as "
in mind, attractive
The University across an '"
building, /situated .
: Hi just at the. left of'the main feet and wholesome co
L1 entrance is to be 140 must be obtained ht. good f!,
feet in length <
department these last two II by 60 feet in width. The interior tiltaion, action, and color.
: We "
IUL Hiffi is to consist of a central section have them all.
a section on either side.
5 Hi In turn, each of these sectionsare 4I> 4I
:$ !Ii to be divided into enclosuresof I Rooms-With or win .

L1'l days- ; I !Ii 20 foot. sub-divided frontages, and these enclosures | BoardCANOOCHEE .

into! two .
I!... !Ii booths each of 10 foot frontages. |
I' << -. The first thing to 1211 W. 'University Affc4II
greet the
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"- Service and
IF Courtesy is our Motto
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[4 Come and take
a look
at the new Gatorboy qm..It x,

f -Kacg3CIC"uaclitgUig 1iI'' made on the swag last in brown, black and patent e tla. '_

er at L .
SMITH'S, South Side of
I Is Square. ,'i
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Hats Cleaned and Blocked 7

I NEW YORK HATTERS Work Called for and Delivered. TeM .1 r

'y.44ac T. P. WINTERS, 35t BuckmaaI.