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Title: The Florida alligator
Alternate title: Summer school news
University of Florida summer gator
Summer gator
Alternate Title: Daily bulletin
Orange and blue daily bulletin
Orange and blue bulletin
Page of record
Physical Description: v. : ; 32-59 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: the students of the University of Florida
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: November 12, 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>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 24, 1912)-v. 65, no. 74 (Jan. 31, 1973).
General Note: Summer issues also called: Summer school ed., <1915>-1920 and again in 1923; summer issues also called: Summer ed., <1921>.
General Note: Has occasional supplements.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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1 VOL. XI UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA, GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, NOVEMBER 12, 1922. No. 9MISSISSIPPI 1 1u

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s UNABLE + A TRIBUTE + 'GATOR RATS DEFEAT
+ The back who crashes thru +
+ the line +
+ For ten or maybe mere, +

SCORE ON FLORIDA; ++ And makes the final touchdown +4 i. GAMECOCKS. ON FLEMING -

+ That.proves the winning + i

VARSITY WINS 58-0 ++ We score call ;him college hero. ++ j i FIELD SCORE 20-3 F

I ,* And wildly shout his name + j ;
+ But what of yesterday's soldier + :
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; Smashes and Long I I Joskewiz Makes First Points Ever
d Hcpvey Line AMERICAN LEGION 4Who won another gamer 4 I
. PLANS COMPLETE
End Runs Bring an Easy Victory + + Scored Against Florida'sFreshmen ?i

, to "Florida" I + Oh, football has its heroes, + 'i By Field
HOST AT WOMAN'S I 4Some of the gifted toe, + : FOR EXHIBIT AT I Goal
of four thousand
Before a crowd + And ethers who can smash + !
i the Gators swamped Mississippi CLUB YESTERDAYInteresting I + the line + !I FLA. STATE FAIRWill South Carolina's Freshman team 1
Plant field at Tampa.The went down to defeat at the hands 1
I College on + And strike the winning !
of the University of Florida Rats -
the
features of
outstanding 4blow.. + 1 t
If yesterday to the tune of 20-3. The sj
of I Dis-
kicking Elaborate
game were the superb Evening ProgramIs + But here's to the silent Legion + j Include
f ,-;
hard hitting Gators proved toe
Dickson, who kicked behind Mis I Principal Event of + 4J J play of Chemical and Eng- I much for the South Carolina >>
ag- -
i sissippi's goal every kickoff, and I Armistice Day Here I 4One line from a reverent + j ineering, DepartmentsAt gregation, although the latter's '
runs made by Florida'smen hand + j
the long + -
aJ J line had the advantage in weightby
Newton made a beautiful run +-To the many score of the + j the Florida State Fair, which .* '
Armistice Day was declared an average of ten pounds pe -
of sixty yards fer a touchdown, 1 + of + will be held Jacksonville from
I holiday at the University by president game war at man. Two of Florida's touchdownswere
and "Red" Mounts intercepted a Murphree in honor of the ex- I -!. Please, God ycu will un- + November 17th to 25th, the Uni- made by attempted punts .'
forward pass and ran fifty yards service men who are with us in I + derstand. 4 1 1tt versity of Florida; will be conspicuous which were blocked by Thomas, .
and scored. Dickson outpunted the + + + + + + + + + + + + + for its fine contribution to the '
and tae
the college. Although a grea I formerly of G. II. S., i. -
visitors many yards, and Newton I I exhibits of the stat
many of the past soldiers went to other was made when Middlekauffwent
and Pomercy made many long I the grime at Tampa:: there were An entire building has been set through left tackle after the E
I gains. t FLORIDA-HARV aside for the "Gator" display that I a" '
enough left to bring back reminiscences sensational run of thirty-two
Florida kicked off. Mississippistarts 1 of the days of the has been prepared under the direction yards by Lightsey. South Caro- ,
to gain but is held* and kicks' World Wart and the campus and GAME CAUSES COMMENT of B. C. Riley, director of lina thrilled the spectators earlyin :
Barchan receives and makes a 1 athletic field was dmted1tl! the I i the- General Extension division. the first quarter when Jaske-
beautiful broken field run netting t uniforms of the American army !IN THE NORTH Paretically every department of I wiz kicked a field goal from the tl s
thirty yards. Mississippi stiffens all but is unable to cope with FloriI I Inasmuch as the bind and part I j this great exhibit- which will I:I Middelkauff starred for Florida 1 ,

da's offensive and Florida makes of the battalion had gone to Tampa I NORTHERN NEWSPAPERSINTERESTED cover a floor space of 60x140 feet. i while Jaskewiz and Duke showedup
downs. Newton repeatedly plunges I ', there was no lJartde-:1s there IN FLA. Under the expert direction of Dr. \ best for South Carolina. The
the line. and Case makes a I each of the following departments i
thru had usually been heretofore. lu AGGREGATIONLetter Kiley I game by plays is as follows: ii
speedy fifteen yard run. Florida the afternoon the members of the I of the University will be t Jefferds kicks to William onFlorida's 'i
finally held for downs, and the ball I represented: Experiment station, I he '
American Legion and the from EC. Beck Gives I twenty yard line, and ;
goes over t oMississippi. Mississippi Women's Auxiliary Cotrn Glowing Tribute to Team t home demonstration work, agri- i returns the ball ten yards. Light- .
midfield. Dickson kicks, I culture (girls club work), home ,
kicks to appeared upon Fleming Fail I for Gridiron Battle sey goes over left guard: for the
Florida gaining in the exchange of I to see the battle of the Gridiron demonstration work, vocational I yard. Jones makes two yank !,.
punts. Mississippi starts her best 1 where as in the old days, ,The Florida-s arv rd- game last agriculture state newspaper con- t over tackle. Middlekauff goes ie,
offensive of the game, making first ground was taken and surrenderedinch week caused considerable comment tesTTeducation; law, mechanical engineering tf over guard for four yards. Jones: i
downs and marching steadilyup I by inch, and every foot of from the northern newspapers I general extension division gains five yards over left tackl. : i
the field to Florida's twenty I terrain represented hard and both: ,before the game and.. -after. I university campus, boys' club t for first down. Middlekauff failsto
yard line where she is hid; for courageous lighting. In the eve Comments both adverse and complimentary i work, county agent college of agriculture gain over tackle. Ball it in e t
downs. In the first quarter the I ning the ex-service men of both as regards the outcome, ,.-radio' and military.One I midfield. Lightsey gains over ? t
teams were well matched, ,both ,! I of the features of the uni tackle Jones losses l
town and university were entertained ..but the team as a whole was described I left one yard.
Florida and Mississippi made i at the Woman's Club by I fully and incited a gre-t; i versity exhibit will ,be the part devoted ten yards. Jones losses again ten
steady gains into each others territory :I ,f fellow-members: an excellent: deal of witty and comradly word- to chemistry. Bcoths and_ laboratories I yards on an attempted kislc. .
each failing Jo score. ; Armistice Day program. The hit play from sporting writers all over ,:jyjil; be in charge of expert South Carolina is on Florid" i ;
At the beginning! of the Second I of the evening was a one-act play the east. The Alligator is in re- students of advanced chemis- i 35 yard line._ Halcombe gains four s {
quarter Mississippi is penalized 15 entitled *C'est La Guerre,'' which I ceipt of a letter from E. C. Beck, I try- who will perform many I yards Jefferd fails to gain over
yards Bie makes a pretty tackle I was written by Father Connoly- I II former professor of English.at the I "stunts" such as changing; water I right tackle. Pass JefferJ nets
behind the fines, throwing the Mis- I anil F. II. Langwcrthy, of the-:Ur.iversity. university who is now attending: : to wine, making fire under water, 'I twelve yards. First down. Boat-
sissippi back for a loss. Mississippi I The subtle little appeal Harvard, which describes tic gameas I etc. The mast important experi- wright losses two. Jaskewiz over
completes a long pass, and tries ; which the play revealed! struck a i it was seen from the Harvard I Ii ments, however, will be those con- j I right tackle for one yard. Jase-
another which, if completed w uld note of harmony in the heart ?f I i bstand: rs'ana give Florida nected with industrial processes. wiz kicks goal from thirty-two
have meant a tcuchdown, but fails 1 everyone present, and brought I II I credit for a good fight. I ,Dyeing. electroplating, softeningof yard line. Score Florida 0. South
Newton recovers a fumble and I back with renewed insight the I II' ; "Shorty" Gur.n Proves a Favorite ..ater and glass blowing will b? Carolina 3. F 1

makes a bt.-autifulrun: of sixty I' many little dramas and comediesof i Every paper that had anything I featured. Jefferd kicks off to Randall OR lit
yards for a tcuehdown, throwing: the World War. The play was at all to say about our defenders I Collections of chemicals and industrial fifteen yard line and he returnsto
the spectators into mad spasms of I j followed by a boxing match aid I took the opportunity to select ; products will prove most I Florida's 37 yard line. Lightsey i
delight. Dickson kicked goal. I several monologues, all of which Shorty Gunn as a favorite and interesting as many rare and cost- goes over left tackle for n. i
The gators again kicked off and: : thoroughly enjoyed. Refreshmentswere unique player. The Boston upos." I ly materials will be displayed.All I gain. Randall fumbles and Mur- r
Mississippi started some br ken I served in regular. Army said: "The uniquest member of I transportation lines are of- daugh recovers. '
field running which reminded the ; style. the unique gang is "S}.orcy" Gunn, (Continued on Page 8) Carolina on Florida's 34 yard
spectators of the marvelous gainsof I the centre. He is six feet six : I line. Jasewiz makes one yard
'Goat" Hale, Mississippi star STUDENTS GIVE inches tall with his shoos off and ASSOCIATED DAILI I through' center. Boatwright one i i
of last year, but this was soon I his hair cut. He weigh 195 pourds yard over left tackle. Pass Jef $ '
checked by Florida. Mississippipunts 'and wanted to go out for the eight- I I ferd to Lillard gains three yards. r
to midfield. On the first play TEAM A ROUSING oared crew, but they wouldn't let I III .ms TO BE GUESTS OF Jasewiz gains two yards and first

Newton makes a long run of thirty him because they couldn't get toe ; down. Halcombe through right.
yards. Pomeroy goes in for Case i SENDOFF FRIDAY II other seven men in the boat. Itk STUDENT BODY SAT. tickle for-one yard. Forward pass _
line. is that of his' shoes :! blocked Goldstein.
and runs to the five yard reported we by Ball "ow
iDickson carries the ball ,over on alee i I on Florida's twenty yard min.
i plunge and kicks goal. Score. *Parade Into Town in Order:. k ordinarycrew .< Number of'State's Leading ;Halcombe goes over left tackle for
14-0 in Florida's favor. iSendTeam Away in ,Regular -' I so made the subject of several ci'fI I'A Newspaper Men to Hold three yards Haleomb pj'tj.j t
Mississippi kicks !cff, and the I 'Gator Style toons, one of which show, him Convention at U. of F. : tackle losses one yard. William i
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Gators march steadily to midfieldon I reaching twenty odd feet into the ---: I breaks up attempted plwem t
short gains. Pcnieroy makes a: Chapel was dismissed half an air while a diminutive Crimsonman !. The editors of the daily papers J kick.* Ball brought to twenty yard
brilliant twenty-yard run, but ballis hour early and the dinner hour ad- i is playing about his knees. of Florida meet in Gainesville and line. c t
t s.' carried back when Florida is vanced accordingly last Thursday Another article was contained in I at the University next Saturday, Florida on own twenty yard line, i #
:. ,_penalized fifteen yards. Pomeroy in order to give the j *udentbodyan I I a box head sayirg"TH '
. march thfl vrtm't need spyglass to ;- of the Gainesville San. The University I for five yarls. Middlekauff
t,,:, continues to make steady gains. opportunity? to to any overcenter
;:, Dkk&on punts, and Merrin gees in. I train and give the 'Gators a rousing I pick, out this giant! sapling.r i is cooperating in their en- i fo.' ti more. Jones; punt
: Mississippi gains in broken field t send-off. The team was accompanied Captain Duncan received his I tertainment. The editors will meet to Jefferd on fifty yard line. Falls}) I ;;
runs. Florida recovers in a double by the un'versity band I share of commcjit also. The 1! for their sessions on the camtms- on ball.] C >-->Iina being on her J
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'. fumble. Poraeroy. Dickson and Die I' and the cheer leaders who went I "Post" say of him that "A prominent and will have dinner in the mess own f'f\: :- ....rd line. Williams
-..., all make gains. At first Mississippiis I gridiron battle which was staged It Gainesville shoe-store has hall. In the evening they: will! bj *'TO\\;- :r'z: : for two yard loss
unable to stop the onrush cf I to Tampa to hold their end of the offered a free straw hat to every i entertained at a banquet given by Boatwright fails to pain around
t the Gators, but they finally stiffen j between Missississippi and "flor- i back who gains around his end." I the Gainesville Son. At this ban- i left end. Jefferds punts behin.i i 1
and held Florida for downs at the I ida" Many of the papers were SUT- quet our class in journalism will ; goal line and ball is' brousrht out :
afternoon the size and weight i of be honor guests. to twenty yard line. Quarter
end of the second quarter. Score: At one o'clock Friday J r-ised at !, up;
Florida 14 Mississippi 0. I a. large number of loyal students i the team. The same paper describes The coming of these editors *o score: Carolina 3. Florida 0. 4
Dickson kicks off at the begin- formed at the corner of Bucknian t -them -as a bunch of human Gainesville and the University 1 Second quarter. With the ball
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E + I explosion. Some say too much -

yeast, others too much sugar. 1 THE PHIFER STATE BANK .
t : ALUMNI NEWS : W. L. Parker has a miseropic I GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA
imagination. He can't even tell
+ B. W. AMES + y; .
the truth without gett.Vj it two ; ! _.
+ M. "'. OVERSTREET +. sizes larger than it is. j ffiHaaaraffiHaratfUEffiifi! !; Y1fi1Pl! -- .

Ir 'tr r + W. E. Deledal has a new side I II
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1 +_ +__+_, -+ ,+ _+____+.H +_ +___+_ _+ __+___+_+. _,+ +.__+ + +_+ line.-selling get stout quick I ,
-, medicine. He has taken it himself '
Bob Nolen, C. T. Link, J. S. f '21 Van E. Huff is issistant and sold C. T. Stewart. He is now EVERYTHING POINTS TO BEST V ALut

'- I : 'Sherman, Harry Wood and other engineer at Miami. working on H. M. Busbee, C. T. Ii I II
Florida men are working with the Anderson, and Kinnon.Congratulations i In a Made-To-Measure Suit. Workmanship, Best F
Plant Board at Ft. Lauderdale on '22 Herbert S. Massey is i superintendent Tillis. We
favorable Suits 22
I rics and most prices- to $50 Tailor 31
f I Citrus Canker eradication. The of the Sunny Brock would almost be afraid to con- ladti
: state is to i Cleaning, Pressing and Alternig ,
taking stringent means Tobacco Co. at Dade City. gratulate Graveley or Mahn.
!{ ''I': ; entirely eradicate this dreaded dis- Mickler and Sauls were arguing I PHONE 511

:r ease and is employing a force of '12 N. S. Storter is at .present what a heiffer was, Peter claimingit
men in the region of the new outbreak located in Beaumont, Texa, belonged to the hog family and t NICK DAl\fATO-TAILOR

} 4.{ where he is district manager of Walter stoutly declaring it belong SOUTH SIDE OF SQUARE
.: the Lykes-Sgitso "Ich Joint S*.,am- ed to the sheep family. Finally
t FLORIDA 6, CLE3ISOX 3 ship Company. Storter was centeron they asked H. L. Tillis, who, bit- I

t 4i: --- the Florida football team ir ing off a large chew, said reflec =
It The last regular of the 1911.
game tively: "To tell you the truth,
t >> year is to be with Clemson in felows, I don't know much about I f!
t :.tI Jacksonville. It has been just '14 Robert S. 'Blanton was Poultry." j COLSON STUDENT ROOMING HOUSES
j I eleven years since Florida beat elected to the office of Superintendent J. B. Dillon is now familiarly I I
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y f Clemson, when the famous team of Public Instruction of I
known as "Front seat Kid Dil
: twin beds large closets !
'i; under "Dummy" Taylor carried Pinellas county in 1919, and is lon." Nice rooms, running'vater

1 : if\.1 away they best end of a 6 to 5 still serving his county in that F. F. Hadsock is a careful judgeof I in room with shower baths
4 \ every and
'r score. In 1917 the Tigers beat the capacity. money values. It is understoodhe

f 1" Gators to the tune of 55 to 7. got married once (almost). The sleeping porches. Opposite Science Hall Set
; Watch them reverse the score at '17 William B. Henderson i is prospective father-in-law told him I

;f y.. the coming game. working with the Texas Companyat he had three daughters all eligible DICK STANLY, Agent, at Mrs. Ramsey's
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Galveston, Texas. Continued on Page 8 ,
i: '92 James Davis Love, who received I
>- his A. B. from Florida and '04 Eugene Goodbred Peek is

M. D. from Maryland, is now practicing now a practicing physician and I I. + + + + + + + + + -
.' t : medicine in Jacksonville. surgeon in Ocala, and incidental
I x N ly is a member of the State Board
f 11 Allen Malone Roland is of Medical Examiners, and mayor I I f fI PLAYER PIANOS! PLAYER PIANOS!

I 1-: practicing law in Bushnell. of Ocala. I
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rl, ;; '22 F. P. Fleming is practicing '17 Curtis Eugene Chilling- 'i I, We are Distributors for the famous KRANICH & BACH

t law in Jacksonville. He was worth is practicing law in West I I II and WURLITZER PIANOS and PLAYER PIANOS.
t' one of the loyal rooters at the Palm Beach. He was elected Let
t Florida-Tech-Freshman game.d county judge of Palm Beach coun us furnish you with player rolls. We are also state-wide

ty in 1921. FLA. U. BOYS distributors for HOLTON BAND INSTRUMENTS and

7 I f t' 1 '12 Arthur A. Baker is at LEEDY DRUMS. Write for Catalog.M. .
98 Jesse Alexander
f \' 1 j present, in the employ of the Tampa Pitts is I f
now Food and Drug Inspector of I
F Inter-Ocean Stemship Company

t t i'f J 1 I .Y,1.11 e., and! i is located- in Jackson- the Chemical in Washington Department, D.of C.Agriculture I This, is Your Store- L. PRICE MUSIC COMPANYTampa

I j' and Zack Streets
Iii) I TAMPA, FLORID
t : VOCATIONAL HAPPENINGS .
: '17 Lewis J. Stadler is at pres- You're Welcome

}, ent Assistant Professor of Field Bish, C. L. was good in his j University Representative, W. J. Cody
i Crops at the University of Mis- impersonation of
a country boyat I
,: I' souri. He is also the author of a Vocational entertainmentonce. here when in Tampa t r.

I I I several Experiment Station Imil- So true to life. And his fiifSMiR! HBSBSaHEADQUARTERS ...
i letins It took '
'. song. us back to child-
,t --;:-' hood days on the old farm; whenwe -When you need I -. ;
t.; *21 Daniel B. Knight is a 1st could hear the old gate squak- 1;, 1
It lieutenant with the 29th Infantry, ing and creeking. It is! understoodhe :
located at Camp Benning. wants a change of course, as lathes we'll be glad g
I' --- he desires to make a scientific gg
I ; I.! '16 Lucien Y. Dyrenforth has study of calves.' Standardizethem g j
1; f been active in the field of Chem George. te serve yeu. I t Far. Men's Furnishings <
,1 istry since his graduation. He tag
been employed as a chemist by Professor: ''Mr. Swails, explainthe ,
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the following companies: Prairie difference between old and ij B.yt? we hate the right goods at the right prieM. Prop in.,

4 Pebble Phosphate Co., Pratt Laboratory ancient." .
ii Armour Fertilizer Works, Mr. Swails: "Ancient means i'
Eppinger and Russell Creosoting old, old, old, while old is just old." WOW BROTHERS 1

r works, and is now Commercial I
,J : Chemist and Consultant with his Reasons for not attending
.1 I own laboratory. Chapel:
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: ,: Shores: Tt is my Senior year." Tampa gy :1
1 r' '11 Ossian W Drane is in the Stewart: "The door is not wide : ..'M ..
.lf1 insurance business in Lakelaci( enough I cant get in." !!ff ff : A. C. SMITH & CO. !I I
: .1 t with the firm of H. J. Drane and Martin: "My wife just wont '
Son. believe I'm at religious .
a service. .IiYi il
11 I SOUTH SIDE SQUARE ; -
I A. H. Jennings: "The hour is YiIi ,
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I s ; 15 Fred J. Hampton is practicing too early to get up." ; ;. J
; tJ law in Tampa. L. O. Graveley: "I'm over the I I
i ; age limit, with many responsibilities. "5
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4 $ '16 Richard E. Hamrick is prac. ." ... + + + + + + + + .SffifSfBiSffiKBESfiKffifia !fix I
t, : tieing law in Okeechobee. He W. L. Booth: "It lasts too long .. Yi! !fiJ1!

served as County Superintendent I in one place.
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l <1 for two terms. E. B. Butler: "If I listened, it
>:i might change my whole life." i
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: : '22 Daniel L. Leish? is working Melton: They do all the talking -
,.1 ; on construction of drainage and never give me a chance." MEET ME AT I
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t''E ; projects near Wabasso.t Royer: "What? Me? A .' ,;$
f'If 1 o_ SENIOR. I ,
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r S Cavender: "Don't I know.. all ;1
16, Harry W.
Thompson h
; t-. ;;'":-;'atat ; Attorney of tiu 1st 'Judicial about the Bible" [I :: MILLER'Sjj "

I"i''It.,': I in Pensacola.Circuit, and is practicing law Fred P. Abbott talks In his r jj

,.>' feleep. He recited in class the
j I MM MBM t other morning. jj We Are I
1. '13 Joseph C. Poppeli, former At Your Service
Prof: "What is a corn stalk?" ;
31 I >; ly county superintendent of Bradford C. C. No Place
Adams
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. Miller's
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: = county now practicing law college education. ;
.T; i in Plant City. J3
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The meeting of the Ag Club this! by B. F. Floyd. : b' '

week was given over to the tryouts In spite of unfavorable seasons : ': J :We: Invite College Men to See and Try -On.Our .> f' :

for the coming debate with during the last year he reports .

the Those teachers.trying cut were O. R. that and predicts these vineyards success are for doing this com-will : ;. EDERHEI1\IER. : ." ; =

Davis, C. O. Bratley, T. P. Winter, paratively new industry provided l, ; II
E. M. Schabinger, P. R. Bishopand suitable varieties : $
are grown and ;' {
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G. A. Martell. Davie and correct cultural methods are prac- i : STEIN CLOTHES '; "

Bratley were selected to represent ticed. : .' .
the club with Bishop as alternate. '

Prof. Lord was present at the FARR LITERARY SOCIETY $30
: $35 $45
meeting and made a few remarks. PROGRAMNov. :
Considerable interest has been 21, 1922- '
shown in debating this year and Debate-Resolved, that the J. Specially designed for the straight, slim figures of Varsity men-tailored : ;

much good material is being .lis- United States should recognize the : to look as good in the showdown as they do hi The showe se. Some of the : t
covered. present Mexican Government. models have
inverted-pleat backs that finish with a belt.
Attendance so far this year has Affirmative-F. R. Hagerman, ;
been poor and a campaign for J. W. Usher.NegativeGeo.. Some have bellows shoulders; also belted. Some have patch poekets that -. 'Z

higher membership was launched. Brooks, Jr., W. I: button through, other patch pockets are plain. Some are two' button. Some : !
Every man in the Ag college come A. Cleveland. *-
are three button. -l j
out next week, there will .be a I Talk-"A Summer in Mexico I. : :;

moving picture in the gym. 1 1i City," by Dr. C. L. Crow. I: All in all it's a showing that reveals the finest in fabrics and finished make- .' : (
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CHEMICAL SOCIETY ;. < .
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I hour on Nov. 14, for our debate *
Wednesday evening the Flint with Benton Engineering Society: I ;
i Super-Fine Ederheimer-Stein Suits at and -
Fifty
Chemical Society gave an unique Sixty Dollars L
I "Resolved, that the United States II :
' chemical program in the Engineering I I Congress should prohibit strikes I. : '

lecture room. Many visitors on the part of all employees of t.1 EVERYTHING MEN AND BOYS WEAR ';- -- < .'! ;"q.. .. '
from town were present to wit- railroads engaged in inter-state >- :. j :
ness the strange phenomena pre- commerce." ::' ; -t- >i '
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fair exhibit in Jacksonville. All Peabody Club I
1 Porter .
the experiments which will be I Monday evening's program was I : ; }, Uti
performed at the fair were exe- given over to the tryout for the ;

cuted Wednesday night under the Agg-Teachers'debate. There were .< i'e&:i
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skillfull guidence of Ralph Per- nine contestants present. Dr. I t Clothing Co. -
kins, R. M. Smith and J. J. Thompson. I Fulk, Dean Norman and Prof. : ;:: ; ; >
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I Little served as judges. Those i -
Ralph Perkins prepared solu- who were selected by the judges I .' d5i .

tions of many colors, varied colored I were: M. B. Hinson, W. J. Bullock .< j>. t
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flames and lights, spontaneous E. A. Clayton and Sam W. Ii j' s. l JACKSONVILLE, CORNER BAY AND LAURA ..- -;. -- .o i <
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combustion, chemical snakes, .' r.
i Mclnnis. Others entering the tryout j *
chemical gardens and other un- were Moore, Phillips, Ramsey, j I i'G
usual sights. P. J. Thompson Wheeler and Hait.
demonstrated his skill as a glass The teacher's col'if g 2 men selected I .

blower, forming some excellent i I will meet the Aggs on tlva : 3 .
specimens of this art. The per- 1 subject: Resolved "That the : F FT
formance concluded with a short I I United States Government should ................................. )..........
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talk from Dr. Leigh on the pur- grant a bonus to ex-service men of I' -- --- --- -- -- -- : --- --- -- -- --
pose of this society, and punchwas the World War." The Teachers i
prepared and served under will take the affirmative side of I l

chemical supervision.The the question. .: .'
Chemical Department exhibit -
at the fair will be placedin OSCEOLA COUNTY CLUB irstYEARL Cost itTHE
three booths, one for experi- Ten men from Osceola Countymet
:ments, one for glass blowing, and Tuesday night and organizedthe
,one for an industrial exhibit. The Osceola County Club. The
/men/ who are to make the trip club was first organized two years
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are: R. M. Smith, P. J. Thompson ago, but was non-existant lastrar
C. Giller, D. W. Crane, and on account of the small num-
D. W. Brown. L ber of men in attendance. This y maintenance and repair 1;
year the club has started off witha ,
Alpha Phi Epsilon Holds Its rush. Plans are being made to ; amount to little or nothing i,

Monthly MeetingThe boost the University in the home : for well-built vitrified brick pavements f
Alpha Phi Epsilon honorary county, and stage a banquet for : -
debating fraternity std its regular !- the boys of the Senior class of the capable of lasting a generation. ;.

meeting last Wednesday local high school. The officers 1 ,
night in the assembly room of elected for the coming year' are .
Peabody Hall B. W. Ames, president; M. W. A few mills a square yard often is all

.' }Ir. Robert Earnest of the Law I I.Overstreet, vice-president. J. )'I. that is needed for the annual upkeep of
College was initiated and following I i Scars, secretary and treasurer.
the initiation ceremonies and all brick pavements in the community. f
the regular business meeting the I FARR LIT :: .. t
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members enjoyed ice cream, .drinks The last Farr Literary meetingwas .1; 'n
and cigars for refreshments.The by far the nst: interesting :.'&..."'4 ;*! VITRIFIED .
fraternity has established one that has been held this year. y r'
the precedent of meeting: the second The initial event of the eveningwas 1. ,

Wednesday of each month a talk by Father Connolly :. ." T7
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and following every business entitled, "The Menace of the Un- .. I 1

meeting will be the regular literary f der-Man.. He dwelt upon the an ). ;.._."
t meeting: in which each mem- archistic tendencies of the day, declaring ", .' .4
ber will recite or read some good : that it is as necessary to
piece of literature. The fraternity make Democracy safe for the .
therefore has a two-fold purpose I world as it is to make the worM PAVEMENTS f
on the campus now; the de- J safe' for Democracy. Enlarging r ,
velopment of a higher appreciation upon this fact he showed the 3
of good literature and th dangerous tendencies present in are inexpensive pavements over this !
sanctioning: of the advancement of the under currents of the world
Boating and public speaking. and deplored the fact that in these long period of years because first cost : fl1

The active chapter is now composed stirring times of national and is practically "last cost. Your
of Messrs. George Milam, world crises the world is cursed
Maurice Stein, Ray Dixon, Roy with a lack of leadshipHe said, community will save taxes by pavingits
_Hoskins, J. R. Wells, J. Rex Far- "It is. to the educated manhood
rior, J. H. Hall, Robert Wray, that the country must turn its streets and highways with brick.

George Stanly, Russell King, I. leaders; it rests with the universities .
G. Thomas, Thomas Sale. of the land whether or i
The faculty members are Doctors not it shall be disappointed.The .
:Murphree, Farr, Crow, Roemer next number was a debate, NATIONAL PAVING BRICK $
and Dean Trusler. 'Resolved: That War should be

The next meeting of the chap- declared by popular vote only." MANUFACTURERS ASSOCIATIONCleveland h
ter will be on December 13th. The affirmative side was represented -
Prof.. Lord of the college of agriculture by J. C. Taylor and C. J. -
took a short week-end trip Luworn; the negative by L. S. Ohio '
last week through the central Bonsteel and F. H. Langworthy. ,
counties of the state with a viewof Taylor opened the debate and -
determining their adaptability pointed out the fact that war wasa Q
to crape culture. Places of spe- -measure in which the people
cia! interest visited by him were only had to sacrifice and emphasized : -
the sixty-acre vineyard belong the moral rights of the ques- asf i
ing to Dr. Phillips at Orlando and "j"jan tion in general. He was follow:+! I! ost

experimental planting at Dav- 1 by Bonsteel, who ably defended his I'
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Entered as second class matter, September 29, 1912, at the Posts t sides who was then followed by I : -FROM-

O ffice i at Gainesville, Florida, under the acts of March 3, 1879. Ii Luworn. Luvvorn was a good t THE SEMINOLE SEED
defender of his side and made COMPF
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i FREDERIC H. LANGWORTHY .._-.._M.____Editor-in-Chief !i the last speaker; representing;; the I .......................

ROBERT WRAY ...----.u_______.._;.:__. ._...._Managing Editor i negative and in a brilliant speech

HUBERT WEEKS u-.umu___ ______....Assistant Ianaging Editor"i' utterly routed his opponents, _

,I R. A. CARLTON _-..----..---.. -..:-_.".'.:'_......_______._Sport -Editor I swinging the judges' decision over
W. RUSSELL KING :. :. : ____.._..Make-up Editor j to the negative by his short, but I ----- Aggressive Merchandisers
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i t pointed talk. After the rebuttals
K. K. HANSEN u---?.__.___._._..?.-.;'.-.---.-.....-_.:...._.._____..._-.Joke Editor { by Bonsteel and Taylor, the t '.,-.,- -

'i -t.1 FRANK ELMORE, EDGAR':BUSBEE-..:_____.___..?._Society Editors judges rendered a decision in fav- I

tE f B- W. AMES .:v..l: ._ ... .. ----------Alumni Editor I or of the negative.R. i .._ ,,"
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)(. W. OVERSTREET ,-----u, Asst. Alumni Editor M. Mason called attention tot

,j N. D. St. JOHN -fBrw -- ---r.-------..-..__. ..--,---..-Exchange Editor the fact that the Arts and Science i A Man's Suit that has Fit

p :Virgil M. Bradshaw _-..-.__..:.......;.__:.:-.___..___-._.---__---.Military Editor i College is the only college that :.

,' Eporters:: Franklin West=,q.[ H. '.Bee,' W. Emmons.B. Gamble, I. has team not and yet a organized motion was a successfully football-

o' t.:lamer. Don C. .Booth?,,R.'E:1Glenn;.C D-' Keen, G. A. 'Martel, J. D. introduced by E. E. Mason I
': .... .f.'.* "jri "/i{ .\ 'al tst f.- '. instructing the president to ap-
f : Possesses
'J Jl' ,Ie"I"' Quality and
1. : ,; : point manager for his team. {l at-:,

F! >HORACE WILSON --.b+-..';_..,....,,,,__......-...---_-..Business Manager j, Following this, Richard Sias, I

*.' A. RAMBO ....::"..-"!f-.-.::!k.i.j ..;; :__..Assistant; Business vice-president: announced the next I
r : ,': :.MI- ., .1 fUNCROWNED- :' Managerp I i I and urged that every !
I member who finds it impossibleto I
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"' '. ; KINGS do so should try out for the i ,
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f :- inter-society debating team at the i ".
Four years ago today, the world stood upon the sidelines, next meeting.
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": pfratching the all-universe team smash thru the German line for '
r C. M. Tidwell is the record .
'j j- ; the winning score in the greatest game that had ever been stagI I breaking farmer. He is the first 'I Smart with : ..
t ed. How well do those breathless moments of war days typify student on the new farm to. get appearance absolute assurance of its perfom.:

I t.: not only the pent-up spirit of those who watched from the sidelines actual, honest to goodness money "i
r, for his products.A. ance are features et these,Suit* .of which We '
.. !I ; but also the dogged, never-defeated defiance of the men are especiaUj
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who are doing their best to win the victory. Today We stand up- Jenneings: "The acousticsat proud! .','. ;. ., '. ., '.. <;
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: en the sidelines ofthe football field and eagerly watch two lines
f: Detre: "Yes, cne got me the other
of fighting men as.they fight for terrain, just as in the old days. day."
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With half-whispered prayers and inward pleas, our part is to >

j' : }&ok on and wait. Yet the parellel is self-evident. Both teams ROOM for rent. Apply Mrs.; F. EDERHEIMER-STEIN- & PELHAM SUITS
C. Babers, 121 W. University .
: A both bodies of men, military and athletic, are made of the same ave. j

11. .. material, and both are thrilled with that superb courage and '
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pluck which only ;the fighting men know. All men are soldiers 1
h > p- I at 25 32
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II': ... at heart, unless he be the yellow! little coward who puts up an I : to 37

- f. i .alibi to save his skin from a rifle bullet or to preserve himself

' ,i j. of. from the hard knocks of the gridiron.The world's soldiers are ;

f ,f;. found everywhere, in barracks and college, upon army drill f\1
: ': SIZES 34, 35 AND 36
I iI fields and upon the campus of American universities, in open ''I

E J : battle and upon the football field. E t Young Men's-?
Wellington said
T I that the Battle .- .. -. '. ANT SUITS' _
f ,: of Waterloo was fought and won upon the football field at f One Cot, One Vest" Two Trousers

: I Rugby. It is more than possible that tomorrow's men of battle
, JUST ARRIVED
are playing our future in torn
jerseys and spiked shoes
upon Seams
3 piped with
, 'Ii : the athletic fields of the country. silk, hand .QQ.50
sport 'back, 4 pocket with buttonedat
r fr r Now we pause a little from our sports and devote one day of I lap. -
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.:r ; the year to the men of yesterday's battle, the men of the fighting .. ... 1
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1, line who carried the ball over the enemy's goal. for,the greatest .
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\ touchdown of all. Unfortunately it is just one day that we -' -

' ,;'" :I: :; spare them;; tomorrow the uniforms of the American army will -r-roll Out!" "

I : disappear again into the attic, to lie here in camphor and moth Bonar -
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'f balls until another Noember 11th comes around. After the X7E hikers! There's a Miller :

) autumn season is over, the orange and blue jerseys are laid aside X crispness and tang to Wright PH'IFERS' Custom
I and the the air Vho!for hike! A
wearers of them are forgotten in the whirl of classes a Hats I'
Colli is.
E i and snug cap,a pair of knickers, ..,
newer sports. And these uniforms of the Army, these mute, \
; torn jerseys, bespeak eloquently he forgetfullness of the great and a sports sweater do the J-;',
4 trick! And talking about "SELL FOR
t f of LESS"
mass the '
people. The
ex-soldiers .
medal ,
I preserve a the grid sweaters-we've a limited <
iron heroes preserve a letter, and the world I I
< moves on as before. number of beauties at rock- .
R t'i' .But some day these uncrowned heroes, who must eventually bottom prices! Also caps. ,d.

II make way for newer heroes, will come again into their own, and And knickers!

I t,f(t when they; pass in review before the greatest Commander-in- -
, ; ; Chief and fall-out for the last -:::
formation, they will not be uncrowned Navy and Orange t
!11 and will not be found lacking in anything. Slip-Over Sweaters'I

j jUNITERSITY
.t Professor Beck's letter from Harvard university is not only :'
:it a letter from the Crimson to the Orange and Blue, but it is a I "' $l .OO., -

tribute from "Florida" man to "Florida" man. He was right MEN ',:"

" .Ii there on the sidelines to-see it allj; and his golden tribute shows "j"-.. ..
us how well the -;- :;:
spirit of loyalty to "Florida" lives in the hearts -

,: 1 .of. those who have known her, no matter where they may,be Demand Value and style .... .
or how much time have Stratford and .- '..,,
may passed. The he :.0 >
news gives us, too, Society Brand '
points out well the fact that the Harvard Society Brand Clothes ,
students saw and rec Clothes <
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[f ognized sportsmen.in .the In'Gator the great defenders stadium the qualities at Cambridge that make the greatest up true.. -. ", 1. : .' ::;.. ',': ; Hanan Shoes. Manhattan Shirts,;Knox Hats .

_ :I? struggles in the athletic world are seen, and the fighting quali ,- Are featuied lines in the'GiddensStore.Mail .

ties of men are bared to the view of thousands who recognize Orders a Specialty.

both good and bad. And in this arena, the Florida 'Gators re See Our Agents
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ceived heart-felt applause from the nation's. judges, and be it I. "
said that the down-bent v ; '_ -
thumb of 'c
held forth. condemnation was never once Frank.Evans andWillie I I --- ,} :"\ .
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university exhibit at the Florida State Fair this \ .>-'"' > '',-, -
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promises to be the best that has ever come from this college. 78 Thomas HallHARVEYS

The annual exhibit does more;toward the advancement of "Florida's" -

interests in the state than anything else,
except, of course ,
the loyalty of the student-body. To the men who devote the'r HENRY G DENS CLOTHING <

time and 'energies to this end, the university should give a rousing C9

cheer, for they are working for the Orange and Blue harder 24 Forsyth St.JACKSONVILLE TAMPA, FLORIDA }
than
anyone else. Every student who can do so should see this

exhibit in Jacksonville, and certainly the time thus spent will bv FLA. '\
no means be wasted.

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.... 1 their loyalty in this way and it ny should exist. t32 yard line to within one foot of

is said that the local office was I We feel sad when contemplatingthe I goal, and Middlekauff goes over (
forced to take on extra help to se.:doff
4ls heroes who gave their lives for touchdown on next play. Jones fig(
the wires from Gaines- I '
SPORTS I ville weaker many(?) sex. t I in that awful struggle, but>> if we fails on try for point when Lfllar
I would keep our pledge to them, we blocks kick. Score Florida 6, Gi*
Very little
comment
: newspaper : must be active and earnest work- 'I rolina 3.Jones. i.J'
from the game has reached he!a
t ers for a greater nation.Quota- kicks off to Dukes, who is l.
as the results of the game as yet
but the little which has been re- I tion. downed on his own thirty paid 3

!' The University of Florida Soc: Summary: Florida Goal, Clegg; j! Iceived is in general not at ali 'GATOR RATS DEFEAT line.over center Dues and makes Boatwright nineteen makes yards

ter,football tea mtied the aggregation Suwannee goal, Weiss.. Referee, G. j detrimental to our football powess, GAMECOCKS ON FLEMING two and first down. Haleombe -
of it the hardbattle
i [ : Suwanee Friday afternoon :Metcalf, (Royal Naval College, -some even lauding I FIELD; SCORE 20-3 makes ten, Boatwright one, and
'Gators. The
fin Fleming field to a 1-1 England). Time of periods, 30. i fought by the .(Continued from Page One) two passes are incomplete. Half
letter E. C. Beck, Harvard illustrates
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of
score. Both sides did some brilliant Substitutions: Florida, Fielder for I| well } on their own twenty yard line I 1? t ,.
the character of
playing, and although the"Florida"tnen Clegg; Suwannee, Carver for Weiss Jones and Lightsey go through the up.Third Lightsey '
criticism quarter.
by'th'e
I made majority
have had no coaching line for six yards after which yard
kick off thirty-five
Jefferds
our northern brothers. His letteris .
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this season they played tne FLORUDA; HARVARD GAME I II as follows: Jonespunts-out of bounds. .on. ()!! S' and Middlekauff repeat**' i
as well as did the bet drill- CAUSES COMMENT Carolina's 32 yard line. !l'4J 1
game I IN THE i "For the first five minutes of hit the line for heavy gains. ;
ed teams' and held the Suwanee. > [ NORTH ; play because of a combination 0: I Dukes and Boatwright make With the ball .on Carolina's. tw- I
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Men to an even tie. I unfortunate circumstances, Florida 1 two yards in two plays after which ty-three yard line, Jones fails on

Suwannee maCe their first goal (Continued from Page 1) ;} did not do so well. After the Jefferds kicks out of bounds on placement kick, and ball is Caro-4 k:

.near the close of the first half I office buildings from the Everglades i j tragic period, the 'Gators put up I Florid 's' 47 yard line. Middle- lina's on their own seventeen yard j jlilteYJel'ferdss r f

: when Weiss kicked thru the up- and remarks: 'Th? Fiorij I j such a fight as any Florida man kauff then takes ball through'center ) attempted punt Is i itbloekedrbys +

srighta, after the 'ball had ,seer .. da perpendicular alligators are i may, boast of. Every man gave all S for four yards. ightsey; .make,,!.A. : Thomas and recovered t
sawed up and'down the field' he had I two over left guard and Jones by Goldstein.' 'In three plays hill
built like iced tea glasses, according I to give, and again and
rboth sides vainly trying to make a to their advance agents and 'I again the 'Gators got a hand from j five for first down. Jones through ( is taken to within six inches: of 4 s >

a goal. The score was made when most of them weigh like heavY- the 0,000 spectators. Such punt- j center twelve yards and firsti goal, but Carolinas line hoM j
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in the midst of several down. Middlekauff makes three Jefferds immediately kicks ta F
the ball was weight wrestlers." ing has not been seen on Soldier's ;
.f the players and a lucky, kick carried More than one paper remarked I field this year. With the ball on ]I yards in two plays through the their own 3 1 yard line, and Stan- t 1 "
it out of the crowd and pastthe upon the fact that the Floridamen 1 Harvard's five-yard line, the line and passes to Lightsey for I ley returns it to ten yard line. After 1, !

unsuspecting goal tender atflorida's felt the need of their over- 'Gators failed to make first down ten yards and first down. Light- two line smashes, Jones go user I=,
the field. sey makes spectacular' run from Continued on 81 ;
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by inch when that '
coats, although the day was t? one first dowu :
Clegg kicked goal for Florida themselves a warm one. The I would have meant a touchdown.We ,

with a low grounder. Then came Boston "Post" on Nov. 1 printedan Floridians have a right to be !

tie beginning of the second half dti.. extract' from the Gainesville proud of the 'Gator's fight at !I Popular Goods at Popular Prices atBURKHIM'S i fjftr'I f fs

which Flcrida easily had the best "Sun" which was headed ''Flor Harvard. I'

of the struggle,. and made their a. ida Team With Mascot On Way," s i
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score in' the'same way as the -Stf* and dealt with the four-foot alligator ARMISTICE DAY I l ;iI i-

wannee point was made. The ball which the Southernerstook t ., .
hid been brought near enough to to Cambridge.The I Every vocational student must I Ir .j t': ,;.;\

the goal for a try, and Clegg, at- "Herald" printed a cartoon I feel a thrill at Armistice Day. It I I !; ; r rI lI
tempting to get the ball away of a small crimson football player takes us back to different scenes "i' -

from one of the opponents in orderto gazing with shaking knees I different faces and different situa- I I W. N. A V ERA i f: .

get the chance for a kick, made into the :wide-open mouth of a tions. It is a common satisfactionand .
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without knowing alligator and sadness to each one of us-we
almost huge
the tally making the '
remark
I Odorless cleaning. We-
Tailoring, Cleaning Pressing Dyeing. dry .
it. "This alligator affair be- were happy to know that no more :
and Brum- lives be sacrificed were all kind sof alterations, and repairing and give -you :a fit. We }
Knox, Dupont, Buckly gines to assume embarassing proportions were te ; we (
ly all starred for the Gators. Knoxis ." sad to leave our "Buddies" whomwe dye to live. I I'I'make

a new man at "Florida" and his While in Boston the day and I had learned to know as only ..'4- f f.

expert manipulating of the ball in night before the game, the team I men in trying situation can Know 233 E. Main St. South. Phone 415 j.'

a tight place,and his ability to bet was deluged under a shower of men.Now t IF I .
ter his opponents at gaining posi- telegrams which flowed to them I ,. four years later, we miss : r.
tion should mark hyn as one of the from all over the country. Every all that and it seems far away. But !'t J
best men in the state. DuPont, an organization in the university: I we can make Buddies of those here
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old player at the University, was every county in.the. state, and who have gone through the same :
also goad at i intercepting the ball every high school who had ever I trials, the same deprivations, the I :' '

when the opponents were marching' nown a University of Florida I same self-sacrifice' that our people GATOR CAFETERIA .. m t ii
down the field, and at making ac- student, sent out their bet wishes. might be safe. Among such men | AT COLLEGE INN & 1
curate and well-placed kicks. Buck- and congratulations to the gang I t a feeling of pride and close harmo- $

ley is another of the University from the U. of F. We may,; add, I i I ijj CAFETERIA SERVICE :
t men who played last year, and he too, that there were by n-. means 4I !:fi $1 '

showed Up very well In every de- less than several dozen wires, from HAIRCUT --...--..-..-... 25c t tIt' I : a Short Order Service ________....__...___..__7:30 A.-1\1. to II P. BL :,Il

partment of the game. Brumly'was .certain, feminine v dpllcagucs $ SHAVE .................... 15c<< t g y; MEAL TICKETS _____....____.. ..___..__________.____.._.........__.:...._...:$4.25 j I| ;
outstanding because of his abilityto sprinkled here and :there: but the E I I : .
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boot the ball long distances. team is rather shy of : showing t :

Florida ._.........-........... ........0 1-1 these for publication).. The Florida It No. 1 Buckman | A. A. ACKER, Prop. |! ;f. "

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all of the teams of the U. of F. and health and happiness | + ; ..:; ; I t
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i ; : ATROCITIES : STATIONERY, TOILET
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f + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +'. + + + + + + + + + + Drink, and have much com- fl.I
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pany -l'_
Comebacks" street car pushed me in the tail- Dance, and we wiggis together t BOOK KEN
THE UNIVERSITY STORE
Have you ever been a party in light but it was worth it.-K. D. X. Study, and you study alon*.
t a situation where the merest crackf -Blank Worse. I I Basement Language Hall Last
f wit would elevate you to the Cause and Effect Jay athat
k Beiglts of the Great? Undobut- Prof. Jimmie Farr, expoundingRhet. Rat Primer [ di
?, .. wilt,occasions have been numeorus 2, spoke the other day of Who, sir, is that dignified little f THIS WEEK TO ADVERTISE OUR NEW NAMOG i weame
where a snappy comeback to some "the gay frivolous French women," fellow over there with a ooautiful t lIACHINEVE WILL PUT YOUR NAME ON y-
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:stebtan ,remark would save_ the and:a few moments later he'men yellow cane and a derby hat anda FOUNTAIN FREE OF CHARGE ic Carged
., day. This Colyum in its small tioned "the poor worn out men of j motheaten soup-strainer? t ,
4: i iVV,'r .ay K going to endeavor to furnish Europe.-G. Wizz I That, little boy, is the great t We have received a New Line of Belts and Buckles; aJt a'leg
-f 1 Ju Ip along this line. If 'you (Continued ,on Page 7) shipment of Yest Foam Tablets, which will be sold if .
r i s
; 490,1 see the value of this dept: Hip Pokt Mythology t per package. >attic
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., "' first lesson. each hopes the other will talk f Rooms With or without t tt I _... ... __--. 'b
Rosty Bat helder set us to in her sleep. When two men sleep | Board I It I I........................... re g2
seratchieg the y ia*nel from c&rrrockheads together, each hopes the other pyia Ill
ivwy with this moment doesn't snore.-Silent Sam. t CANOOCHEE LODGE SHOES REPAIRED o

cotes; question, viz., What I t 1211 W. University Ave. t: i I lard,
shocftf 6e the answer to a dumb Home Town Notes -_.., -BY F irst t
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.A. Jane spent two hours trying to hold back on you that one K. | J. S. BODIFORD
zadleate the last little bristles E. Knight or is it H. A., accepted I and I I : Shoes Called for and DeliveredVork Guarani WI
!! from your physiognomy and aU bids to Y. :M. C. A. and Phi Beta j COMPANYDruggists F
I' yon want is a massage??? Phi and went to Dr. :Murphreefor ,I i : TELL T. P. WINTER, AGENT, 35 BUCKMAN trill
t To answer this question without the pledge buttons.-Thell U. It| : Phone 32 ,. tiesigh U
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r: wit. We used both and after many It took us years to seek out ant Everything Electrical lean
t sleepless nights, this: is the answer find the dummest rat but we found JOS. J. SEYKORAPHONE J I Greenleaf & Crosby Company e Js g''
Ib11 we wish to hand down to him. He thinks that! college is a I rasnlay
F
4 i1 future generations and which wewill I place to STUDY, can you time 107 I JEWELERS .
;{ permit anyone to use free of that? As the great Bobbell Dani- GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA r ten
J charge whenever the opportunity sell would say, 'Collidge is an opportunity -
:I r promts itself, viz., for the meek and lowlyto !I Jacksonville, Florida .
.+- : fJ 'No thank you, I do not are for Go Places, Do Stufc and See ,
;, ,i;. a shav ". We are ready at any Things: / t
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Q .! time to answer momentuous ques- i9.!v). KDDAK AS YOU Go.I Medals, Class Rings and Pins. Committees \

t i tions of such ilk. Lives of Great Men t in search of loving cups or trophies, hear(

!'p' (From the Lake City Reporter) t suitable for Golf, Tennis or other athletic \I ng
the worm will turn- .
They
say Former friends of Elliott Red- I ockhei
:' i but not if you step on it in its I ding in Lake City high school will t events, will find it an easy matter to _,

'T 3 youth and incidentally, we predict be pleased to hear that Elliott is t t Choose from selection packages which we '" hehe
decided decrease in the bets :
a cutting quite a swath military
I as a
against our Rat football team man at the University of #It I will gladly send upon approval. ; ever

: which have been so numerous :In I Florida. He has been drawing t 1 I

f. the at certain pat.Ve so-called mean gr to.mboleers pok a rfab in I straight tar}" Science.A's in We the are coins 3 expecting in mil:- n 1-;; ;; -;. ;;;:;;;;;;;,.

arm w. k metropolis Jax, a burnt more great things from Elliott ii h
,,,, j child fears the fire and threes the future. WHEN YOU EAT AT THE
i burns should suffice.Disillusionment i u'lm

Supreme A Pome KODAKt : GAINESVILLE CAFETERIA ? e
The is
grass green s n
i Poor Readers: It was a waltz
And can't be seen .

4 t 1 that came floating so sweetly over When there air.'t no light, Pictures about the YOU GET '
the jet-scer.ted breeze. We were I And its dark : classmates : or
as night. campus your A SQUARE MEAL
; .n the balcony when I first noticed( I Iber.
I for with
example, : atsat
= t Her ephemeral beauty hypnotized at a
moved toward her S HOE 81 their snug sombreros that
me. I SQUARE DEAL .
.. i PRICE
.:( MI a trance. grow smaller with each ... .ti i
3 "Might I be given the exquisite H B. M. TENCH H'' rain-are fun to make ...................Q........ tbt
pleasure of the next dance V I now and grow pricelessin r-
breathed into her shell-pink ear.
senior
0 Gainesville 0 your year.
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I Xaw, Urn tired. STYLE
So I killed her, What would You know, of course, that inCE
1 Tau have done.rB.. V. Dee I E Florida E the folks back home would
1\\ ALL THE
S appreciate the story-telling WHILEOur .
;i: Personals S HOE S pictures you can send them. fdke
; f. Christ was a week-end caller 1
.at the s A. E.'stables last week- Picture making the Kodak lj :
j system of
operation ,
makes
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:end. He held out only two days. way is easy and enjoyable.
'1: The K. A.'s ard the Brotherhood I, I Come in and well 1! show you. for exceptional values-unexcelled A. .,.-
Sanitary Cleaning & atBi
: rludr; after two months of steady t
i C service. /
t it practice, have succeeded in perfecting I Pressing Club t tI J t I 't
i f f':, an uncanny teamwork. t Autographic Kodak \ \ '4 by

4 J The player pianos in the respective I Opposite Star Garage I ,f6 jo up //L : CaCa
.;+ .. : 4 abodes furnish a continuous 1/
:e j \-,f program with no interruptions. LET US KAIRDHARDWARE Suits-Hats-Furnishing ,v
I CLEAN 'EM: t tt I Goods ,
K 1 )frs. Ramsey enjoyed dinner CO. dthi
yesterday at Mrs. StripUnJ's.YfIterday .
: Mrs. Stripling dined t Dyeing and Pressing Also If Phone 7 BAILEY, THE CLOTHIERTAMPA
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J Dear Ed: I ELECTRIC SHOE REPAIR COMPANY I We Are
j., While in Jacksonville last week Bicycle Specialists; p
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piece of
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,, femfirilCy strolling down the street t Ii I It and Tennis Racket Doctors} I
holding her head so high that I t SERVICE AND QUALITY OUR MOTTO t \ rr'

i f fl thought to be proud she of.must So have I looked something again I" I 'Ve employ U. of F.'student help and deserve some of j IC

; f and I saw that her skirt was held J STUDENT REPRESENTATIVE-H. K. WINTER, ROOM I It your patronage. Why send your rackets away for reef

.: the same way as her head and J 19 BUCKMAN j stringing, then wait for several days and get inferiorf i
t .' then: I saw what she was prouJ I t t work and finish? You probably
save two-bits, but ,does;
..r.nd then I looked again. A it
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# :. I Eagle Barber' Shop i I I : SPORTING GOODS also refinish with shellac every 30 days free of charge.,!

''Ff | FOR I If II I. Football Tennis BICYCLE WORK, ACCESSORIES AND ;i. }

ftvF EXPERT SERVICE j jIf : Hardware of All Kinds 2 SUPPLIES at very reasonable prices.

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Navy, Maryland, F i
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- -EXCHANGE NEWS : three or four more teams. Last Incorporated 1888

" N. D. St. John year twenty-eight games were t Capital $100.000 Surplus, $150,000 It I =

3- played and probably about the t GAINES 'ILE, FLORIDA i F

; same number will be played again ..- -

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1 KENTUCKY HOME COMINGLast TECH TO HAVE ANNUALAt -- --- $
ATROCITIES $ 4

. Saturday was home coming a meetingcf-the GAINESVILLE FURNITURE COMPANY i F
staff of the
the University of Kentucky.That (Continued from page six)
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dar at I Barrage, the new R. 0. T. C. I5 5
" day a large number of alumni held last yearbook "Duke" Baya. He is a serior. A x! #
Were present to witness the t definite plans Monday afternoon, senior is a great person. He uses VictroIas and Records '
were made to f5
game between the Wildcats and I out an iup-to-date bock. Under put the cane to struggle through his ,$ Ii?

the Cclonels. The stands were enlarged I agreement with the Student Ae-an last year at this great institutionof fI D. R. COX, Proprietor TELEPHONE 8G $ dIi f
learning. He !K
to accommodate 11,030 peo- tiities Committee the wears a derby hat ,
ple, and these two products of the : nual is to be published military an- like all seniors, because a derby I! !ii
as a bulletin makes t !$
look
bluegrass state clashed in a mighty of the one ignorant and a
Military Department. I;
battle which t ended fatally for the Tech's newest senior craves not to show the rest !$ffi !ii $ !ii
publication
Wildcats. Kentucky boasted cf nvo limited to 112 will be of the students up. He wears a I II .
F
pages. The size
of
straight victories before the Cen- I the pages wil be nine mustache for the same reason a II I r
by eleven
inches
ire game and she put up a scrappy I and each military unit will- Jay-bird knocks on wood. TO appreciate I ST. PATRICK'S CATHOLIC CHURCH ,
the Herculean
form
and
this team which ;
fight against be allotted from eight to fourteen i E. MAIN STREET NORTH
,
the Rudolph Vaselino air of Duke
-, has ony suffered defeat from Har- pages. ,
ard, scoring on Centre for the The you must see him in his "soup and Reverend John
S. T. L.
Barrage wil contain an ath- fish."-M. U. Cow.YOUR Conoley, Rector
r 6rst time since 1916. letic section
giving the,
record of TELEPHONE 629 .
fY each company in football, baseball, I
KILTS FOR CARNEGIE BAND and basketbal.
Another section r-wo-oa--s- .
with a strong appeal to all true I f SCHEDULE OF SERVICES i '

04 When Carnegie Tech plays Notre Techites will be the Society divi- I RAZOR SUNDAYS-IO:30 A. M. and 7:45 P. Si.
. Dame the Carnegie Tech band
sion
with a resume of the social f \VEEKDAYS-7:30 A. 1\1.
f ,i ll l be decorated in their new kiltie activities BLADES t i I
I promoted by the R. O. T. "
uniforms. It will be a strange C. _
Another feature of this depart- t
sight to see a band apparently of ment will be the pictures of all the I I Sharpened at about one- f...... ....... ....... .

Scottish origin playing a football sponsors. All these indications I third the cost of new bladesSWEARINGEN'S t! :
team on to victory but this is what point to a big success of the Bar- i I: : ALEX CAFETERIA : :

i is going to happen. Carnegie Tech rage of '23. 1 1
FRESHCLEANGOOD
I : :
was founded by a Scot and it displays All the other distinguished colleges : : :
its school colors in plaids in AT IDEAL CAFE
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of the country are putting out ,] I : Here's the place to get : :
school's
memoriam to the origin.
year books !
: similar to the Barrage, Opposite Fire Station i.
I what want when I
| a notable example being the Uni- I. 411SHIP11AX you 4,

THE S. C. HAT TEAM versity of Missouri. It is up to'e'?- : : you want it. :t: :: '

ery Tech man to back this new r
This' Saturday's game betweenthe venture. With the proper support I l
ANYTHING at ANYTIME :
Florida Rats and the South the Editor, F. McClellan bids : WARD .

,Carolina Rats should be an excit- fair to put cut a book second tonne J ... ... 4\ 4 jMARABLE'S
REBUILT .. ................
ing one for according t9 the Gamecock in the country.-The Tech-
the S. C. Rats have pot had nique. j ---
TYPEWRITERS $3.00 DOWN
! their gcal line crossed this year. Ir---- -1
Typewriter Repairing and STUDIO"THE
I Ii i They have been scored on only by TECH BASEBALL SCHEDULE Supplies

the field goal route and hate icon THE BLOODWORTH TYPE. It I $ HOME OF GOOD PICTURES" #

every game. Tech is arranging one of the WRITER AND REPAIR

.. most attractive baseball schedulesshe COMPANYNext I't' "
FOOTBALL SPONSORS has ever had for next years. I Door to Western Union Official Photographer for University Pulilica &nS. # E

The schedule at present has not Kodak Work RetarDed in a Day I ;

In picking up the papers lying been completed, but several games f! !fi$ !fife I l i ; .

on the exchange desk we notice on have already been arranged.At i;
t .
almost every front page a big ard- present the sdhedule calls NORTH SIDE OF SQUARE $lI l-

de about the picked beauties chosen for two games to be played with the I "' 1
to watch such-and-such a football I University of Pennsylvania, March OVER l\IILLERtS i
I t ,
fray. Some colleges are mon 30 and 31 Then on April 6 and 7 ... '
e
fortunate than Florida in having they will play Dartmouth. Wbils! -- ; ?

ia. .array of co-eds to choose. from. '. at present no, ,definite )! r; fment'has -
For instance, at Suth'Carolina last been made. in all probability

Saturday the.'c. -edsNwhile furnishing Tech will again meet Yale j Bedding, Pillow Cases, ; I I

some of their m1r b'c'ri"t-o'" ,: 'and. HarVard, atsdpossibly,otse. op

with the team, also took upon .two more northern.teams which us- Sheets ;Blankets : > o. .'." ,
iheinseles: the duty of decorating usually come south to train. .

4e; cars for the sponsors to riden Other teams that Tech will probably = RIBBONS-RIBBON NOVELTIES -t t '
I .
: and the benches of the team. face will be Auburn, TennesJ. MADE TO SPECIAL ORDER

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event in-which not only Buffalo w. arcoLLUM & co.' \\ Grind Our Own Lenses We Keep Everything for Your doom E 3

and Western New York iaeenly DRUGGISTSTHE NODELAYainesvjUe

: jptcrested, but the colleti- REXALL STORE .
ate would generally, in the install- Agents for I Florida.. Qual.

tion of Dr. Sameral Paul Capens Llggetts and Norris Candies J
Chancellor of the University "ftaffalo. Gainesville Fla. SerJice f

The interest is best shown GAINESVILLa;FLORIDA. r

by the assemblage of noted edu- i
A. H. Doran
ators who will desert their own

ampus duties temporarily in order I For Bicycles and Bicycle I : .................................................... !
that fitting honor may be done Accessories i.

Dr. Capen o nthe inauguration: of 232 East Alain Street South I I ,

his ascension to his new post. '

The son of a former president of :

Wt's' college and himself a scholarly : 1 4
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man, Dr. Capen has added tohis HEARST'S GREETINGS !

educational heritage and his SUNDAY AMERICAN I. _-:, ,
ersonal experience a knowledge : ;
and understanding of practical Z THE U. OF FLA. STUDENTS
ATLANTA CONSTITUTION
roblems not often found in the, .

p,&r$ pedagogue. Aside from barely \, J:: PAGBS, OF CQHICS- + {
classical attainments'; he ,:

as achieved the distinction and When in town make headquarters headquarters. ,
our your -
reputation of of the outstanding f ,,
being one "On the Corner Every Saturday I _

in the experts United in States.higher education NightP. We have a place for you to rest, with plenty of 'j :


s H. GILLBN, AGENT : desk ace. Come on in and-lefs put the 'Gators on top. I.
ENSATIONAL: RUN TIES THE .
SCORE .
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In the game between Northwest- .

el"o and Minnesota, Palmer, of 1e e OTTO F cIfl 0

Northwestern picked up a fumble I I : STANDARD CLOTHING CO. :
I from Minnesota and made a 110 : TAILOR II +

'card run for a touchdown. One Minnesota I :. -. t..

Ito man followed him and tried t t iI iI 17-19 W. Bay Street H. L. COVINGTON, Pres.
'I tackle him in the last fifteen AND ?r rt
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lards, but was thrown to theground I I .

unconscious by Palmers :I DRY CLEANER .1.1I I II .
ift'arm.. Palmer fell across thegoal .
and fainted from exhaustion. I I : !
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score was tied. 7 to 7.-Ex-

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E 't I CAT6R. RATS DEFEAT the University Friday afternoon.The :r I VOCATIONAL HAPPENINGS but none were as Icud as the 0 score in their game several

GAMECOCKS ON FLEMING chapel hour Thursday wag I (Continued from Page Two) game several hundred gators who went i ago. Mississippi CU1: 'br band
} FIELD; SCORE 20.3 turned over to the Student Body on to vic- about 28 to 0
and team
Frank the ,
for a good fellow like down to cheer and .
(Continued from five) Association after hearing a pleasant I the t
page
x that he intended giving the youngest tory. The band gave pep to Howard 56 to 0, and tly
1' SOT touchdown Score 13-3 for lecture on the work of the and probably -
i who was 30, $1,000 on her wedding crowd and the players Howard's victors by a '
Florida. \ .American missionaries in Japan. day, the next girl, who was soothed the grief of the Mis- gl'P.ate -

Florida kicks'off and ball i<* A motion was passed to the effect I, 35, $2,000, and the next who was sissippians.The I than WE beat Howard itself ah
that a box be placed in Language siderfng these
'r troaght to 35 yard line. After two I 40, $5,000 on her wedding day. 'Gajors arrived in Tampa things. &nd":
fo the Ar-
f Hall for contributions
1r'1 :plays Jefferd kicks out of bonds I menian Welfare Fund. After seve- "Have you any about 65,,'" Frank last night and were entertained at I what we Know ourselves a

tm 48 yard line. After a succession ral announcements had been made, I promptly asked.Scientists the theatre with the regular pro- old team, the Gator.i'ulane

: .f pants, quarter is up. EsU on the association voted that the I say that staying out gram and with special folk dances gle in New Orleans next Sa

i Florida's 40 yard line. of of doors at nights makes one given in their honor. The 'Gator will be a momentous one.
necessary amount money neces-
t 1r Fourth quarter. After a succession sary to send the band and cheer I beautiful. Now we can account I II Band gate a full hour's program --

m t of line bucks Gators fail I leaders to Tampa for the game be I for E. B. Butler's charming ap I I at the square in Tampa to the de- Illinois 3, Wisconsin 0.

; to make first down, and ball is 1 I appropriated from the Budget. It pearance. i! morning the students, band andi Ohio State 9, Chicago It

Carolina's on own fifteen yard was also approved that the men of Prof. "Can you tell me what I I light of a huge crowd. Saturday Georgia Tech 19, George

f ISse. 'Attempted lint smashes I I the university should pay for entrance I makes the Tower of Pisa lean?" football team, joined with legionsof Georgia 6, Virginia 6.

f' iL Jefferds punt is blocked by fans and paraded Tam- Harvard 3, Princeton 7.
t into the Freshman game at ." Saussy: "I don't know, or I loyal
Thomas who recovers it far behind Fleming Field in order to help the I would take some myself." I II pa's streets, pepping up the crowd I Army 0, Notre Dame 0.
goal line for touchflo-.vn. I I South Carolina i
27
,
f rat aggregation as far as they **Are keeping up your u for the game. I Funaaa"
*' Score 20-3, for Florida. '! could possibly do so. I I Government you Insurance?** t Inaeleaung the Mississippians Florida 58, Mississippi 0. ;
i
Carolina returns Jones' kick t'I .
I predicting Auburn 19, Tulane 0. .
I'l 1 32 yard line. Delorme substituted PLANS COMPLETE FOR EXHIBIT I Prof. Bucholz: "Who is the 58 to that 0, the football Gator fans aggregation are will Sewanee 21. Birmingham) si
a for Eoatwright, loses five yarls I II I wisest man in the Bible?"
AT STATE Vanderbilt 9
FLA. FAIR Tu- ,
I II a very hard nut for the Kentucky a. I
g I prove
1j -when Jefferds kicks and ball is I Cavender: "Paul. Washington
I lane Green-Wave to crack. Missis- and Lee 6, CeafeI
k ti j returned to Florida's 22 yard line. "FiddlesticksI /
(Continued from Page 1) j j Prof. Bucholz: _._ i
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i After unsuccessful line smashes I fering special low round trip rates |I Cavender "Well, he was. -- I

I l :Middlekauff punts and ball ;s'Ca- to Jacksonvile for the event and i j never married, but Solomon hail'I i i!fir!!!!!!!!ilk. i i oe.. I

I rolina's on Florida's 38 yard line. I many students are expected to attend i 800 wives." Very surprising to ; y JOHNSON'S PHARMACY

Two passes Delorm to Lillarl ,nets this fair which, it is confi- I come from Cavender. I Drugs, Medicines Stationery, Toilet and Rubber Goods

I sixteen yards and first down. I dently assured, will be one cf the When I came here so full of sap, I We guarantee personal attention to Prescriptions. Onk1! I
'
i back
Brown intercepts pass far finest state fairs in the country. I I knew much more than any old { surest drugs !used. Low prices. Quality conSIdered'
of goal line and returns to ten
.
1 Engineering exhibits to be on I yap.I i Gainesville, Florida. i
yard! line. Jones kicks forty i
i j. show at the fair are nearing comI j I was-a wonder and a freak, I --- ---- --- ----
f yards. Carolina- their own 48 pletion. There will be many inter- I And perched upon the topmost I
e'. yard line attempt passes which -:::;:
esting displays forthcoming from peak.
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are incomplete. Wilson playing for I -- '"
Of wisdom and and
this illustrious college. Each de- things great 1
Ughtsey. Game over. Score I smalf j VISIT US EVERY DAY
I
t partment is planning to erect some-
Florida 20, Carolina 3. thing representative of its branch.The' I They didn't puzzle me at all. I

Lineup I felt when I was dead and gene j THE LYRIC THEATRE
Cnil Engineering Depart-
Florida Freshmen
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1 M Pos ment has decided to put on an Im- I The world at large could not go j ) You Know How We Stand on All College Matters c

a S. C. Freshmen I hoff tank illustrating the disposalcf on. j
(3) f But lately I've begun to findI =----------- ----- ...;
sewerage. Also designs of li
$t. Freeman, le; Lillard have special strength of mir.tl.Today .
"': Williams, It; Murdaugh bridges, roof-work, and other sim- no
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f' Goldstein lg; Guntor constructins will be presented.The .
1 Electrical pep 11 FLORIDA BARBER SHOP i
r Cornwall c; Waite Department will f
And I somehow have list my rep. I a
"May, rg; A. Dukes i exhibit a Telsa coil built by I. G. a WEST SIDE SQUARE .
I Heard in the hallway Nothing
I Smith, (captain), rt; Dolormo' I l Thomas and Fred Kilgore. This coil could live on the University: farm 1 Guaranteed Service and Courtesy is our Motto
." Thomas, re; Sholar I is constructed to give nearly a mil- "
'* 1 I lion but frogs and half of them would J. C. PREVATT, Prop.
volts.
Randall, qb; Boatwright l
i I have to be doctors. But ask TidIISSISSIPPI a d
; Jones, Ih; Jeffords ;: Mechanical Engineering Department -----..

TJghtsey. rh; Halcombe 1 i will display test specimens ) UNABLE SCORE

t ; Middlekauff, fb; Jaskowiz :i for the strength of materials. I.
ON FLORIDA WE WIN 580. ?'
; ;A; Score by periods: !j The Physics Department will ; I Come az d take a look at the c
I new Gatorboy Oxford
Fla. Freshmen __....0 6 7 7-2a demonstrate the various kinds of

i S. C. Freshmen ......300 0- 3 ,1,1t I vacuum pumps, experiments, and ning(Continued of the second from half.Page Mississippi One) i I made on the swag last in brown, black and patent teat& h
4' i s t Summary: Florida Scoring- 1 other noteworthy science found in d
" i. Touchdowns, Middlekauff, Jones this branch. is held far downs. Florida's ball er at L. C. SMITH'S, South Sid e.of Square.
on Mississippi's thirty-five yard
Thomas: Try for points, Jones :2. The vocational men will be thereto =
line. Florida gains steadily. Mississippi -
Sooth Carolina Scoring-Kick I take part in presenting minia-

E :. from placement, Jaskowiz, Refer- ture machine shop. and kicks recovers to midfield.Florida's where fumble.New- $!figi !fif! !:fifi! !fi! !fi! YiYi --

; reel Hill (Georgia Tech), Umpire, F Radio department will have some- '
ton receives and makes beautiful ,
: Stands (Florida. Head Linesman, thing interesting in the fcrm of a a '
t broken field run of thirty yards. I-- .
: Bucfiofz (Florida). Field Judge, receiving station under the charge id E
1 e Coleman, (South Carolina). -Time of L. Todd. Dickson make sfirst down in two i1iUSICWe c:

s' ,". .f periods 15; 12; 15; 12. I I. G. Thomas, Fred Kilgore, L. strengthens five yard line her plunges defensive Mississippi, but I *, .. j* t
Todd J. *
Atansoff art among the'I '
ASSOCIATED DAILIES f Florida again makes first down, j ,U
TO BE men from the Engineering College :
% I I and .Newton .the ball over I have it :
GUESTS OF STUDENT BODY I.. bafcjwilj: go along with the caries :-- -Our store is headquarters i
!i for a toucbdown.. Score, 21-0. ,

; i .;..' (Continued SATURDAY, from Page 1) f I exhibits.recognition To of them their belongs achievementsand a deep Mississippi kicks off this time, I i I sheet music and musical supplies. of all kin| a

; *: mean much tb the "Baby University I and Newton plunges through the ft 1 If it IS. have
out
untiring efforts in. their respective we it. Come in and ma J.| tU
'' of the South." It behooves ev- I professions. line for dmvns. The Caters begina

steady march down _the field yourself at home.
*ry man cf us to encourage the I .

\ editors to come and to make their I. Major Lew B. Brown, St. Petersburg which is checked only by a penalty. *
Ttsit,he'fe both 'pleasant Florida completes a twenty-yard
and profit .
'J' t Independent.Ccl. I ,
: able. Therefore, presidents of all j D. B. :McKay and Charles pass, Newton; to Dickson, who l runs I. KELLY MUSIC CO. Next Door to Millel.;

county. clubs are called upon to e1 G. Mullen. Tampa Times. I fifteen yards before he is finally i

}, j I .search the following list and in- Goode M. Guerrv, Palatka News. I downed. Newton makes a spectacular -: 4 c'I

1 t j rite the editor from their county I Managing Editor, Pensacola end run which scores a touch- I
; j up "for this meeting, and invite I Journal. 'i down, and Dickson puts the ball :'ffifififiSfifi! ! !fi !fi !fifi! !fi ffi

n.1; them to come a day cr night ahead: 1 Herbert Felkel, St. Augustine I over the bar, making the score I ; __h_ ___ __ c..::;; SK
,; i.i."r time. And do not there 2 Sto 0.After. L : "
stop : j ji Record.Wayna. j .1 :"' r ::L "fJr I-

i, prepare some kind of entertainI i iE I Thomas, Tampa. Florida. t an exchange cf punts, '' i ,. =- 'Y7 ;; 'U' .'; E:
I meat for them fcr Friday night. ,J. H. Benjamin Osala Star. Florida again gets the ball and : ;. t

it E Pease send that invitation at'once Jack Worthingten! Lake Wales I makes steady gains. Newton makes I
t j and make it a telegram. The list Highlander. t a twenty yard -'run and the third J\

i1 : follows; Signed J: A. WINFIELD, I quarter ends. Pomeroy receives a I j Just Received a shipment of the celebrate n

I: 'f, 11. C. Sparkman, Daytona. Jtur-' Pres. Student Body I twenty yard pass and runs ten ] a

e J.f oat I yards. Dickson carries the ball ov- j

.: T. i:. Fitzgerald. News.M er for a touchdown and
Daytona The kicks goal. j ,.
Milford. Fort University Book store is il Score 35 to 0. I '.oo: -<_.......;;;.,.......-
Myers Press. j Mounts intercepts a
i; offering this week to put your i .
\\1 U G. A. Pierce, Eustis Lake Region I name on fountain pen free, see ad : pass and runs fifty yards for ii .'

t'' e Richard Lloyd Jones, Jackson- in other part of paper. I touchdown, bringing the score:np 1| : CHANCELLOR CIGARS t
i \ Tille Journal. to 42 to 0, on kicking goal. j

'_W. A. Elliott, Jaekslz vjie.Timesh : STUDENTS GIVE SEXDOFF TEAM FRIDAY AROUSING Florida gains in punt exchange, I' lOe, 2 for 25e, and 15c n

: "' -':; and marches steadily the field
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: ; r1':pitman, Key L 1 itl'z t"n. On ; for another touchdown. The final* :-
Hall: a*!d-led by the orchestra, pa- "to: i .. -
.. Harry L. Brown, Lakeland Star- score is 49 to 0. ; ; : :: .
1 t raded into town to the. music of the The
f3 Telegram. entire game with the 'j
exception .
: 1 S. Bobo Dean, :Miami "Orange and Blue. At the sta- of few I *
,. Metropolis a minutes in the first :
tion they formed in a body and .I The largest selling: mild in Uncle Sal
{ Ed. Taylor, Miami Herald. quarter was played in Mississippi's -. cigar 1
,:. i' P.. B. Bn0ier, Orlando Reporetr I went through the entire collection i territory. Mississippi !altho

i Star. of yells-and: songs as the-teamgot, a few poundsf heavier than the ..- Territory
w. < W. M. Glenn, Orlando Sentirel into the reaches and departed. A1 1 f Gatrs, was helpless in their hands. i e : e
':<'. i considerable p&rt of the stuiert-:
j D. H. Conkling' Palm Beach II J This game is an open proof of the
body accompanied the team, since j f THE
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I***. wonderful fight and skill Coach COLLEGE INN
all classes dismissed
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Tp.. Fildes, Palm Beach Time were Saturj j Kline's football machine has de I
day in honor of and M
:_ R. J. Holly Sanford Herald. the game AI'I I veloped.

y: C. O. Carr, St. Petersburg Times mistice Day, and students vrishii.? I i ito 'L There were people from all I _.......,....... ". .... -:::
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