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Title: The Florida alligator
Alternate title: Summer school news
University of Florida summer gator
Summer gator
Alternate Title: Daily bulletin
Orange and blue daily bulletin
Orange and blue bulletin
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Physical Description: v. : ; 32-59 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: the students of the University of Florida
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: November 18, 1922
Publication Date: 1912-1973
Frequency: daily except saturday and sunday (sept.-may); semiweekly (june-aug.)[<1964>-1973]
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biweekly (weekly june-aug.)[ former <1918>]
weekly[ former <1919-1924>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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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.
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XI UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA, GAINESVILLE FLORIDA NOVEMBER 18, 1922. ": No. 10 = t. [

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,ABAMA FALLS BEFORE FATHER- CONOLEY' 'GATORS EVEN OLD SCORES iI'! ?




LORIDA RATS IN WELL ADDRESSES on Enthusiasm FORUMSpeaks in WITH TULANE; TAKE GAME : "



FOUGHT GAME; SCORE 14-0 Faith Evening; Wednesday I 27 TO 6; NEWTON IS STAR : ih *

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Father Conoley addressed the i f
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SCORES TWICE I regular weekly meeting of the '
ORIDA I DICKSON NEWTON, CASE
X FIRST HALF; ALABA- UNIVERSITY WELREPRESENTED students at the Y. M. C. A. Open RIFLES ISSUED TO AND ROBINSON; SCORE ''

[A THREATENS SERII I Forum in the gymnasium on Wed- FLORIDA TOUCHDOWNS :
j iN nesday evening. He took as his I ;'
)USLY IN THIRD I I subject "Enthusiasm. The program BATTALION DUR- NEWTON IS STAR ,

Runs-77 Yards for LATE was attractively added to I Gators' Fake Kick Formation '

'irst htsey Score; Middlekauf, 'VHO'SVHO by the piano solos which were n n- ING PAST WEEK and Passing Completely
dered by Miss Gra\es. Tulane Fr t '
Baffles
ones and Goldstein Star. .. In his address Father Corley 0 I ,' i i" j
FLORIDA RANKS HIGH
football team coed I II'rida's WITH NINE IN brought in descriptions of the enthusiasm : I MANUAL OF ARMS VARIES New Orleans, La., Nov. !&.- '1

( an unbroken string of.vi- f. LIST > .. for their faith of those j I IFROlICLOSEORDER (Speccial)-Ark Newton was! too 4' '
who were martyrs to the CMO DRILL much for Tulane Saturday when '
s far their past season of in- I I back in the time of Nero.' That I F= 't
the Tulane
the Florida Gators handed -
football when Others From Gainesville Are I
Jlegiate theyted this is the' kind of on'hu'sla'in. Training to be Named in Distinguished I '
the Freshman team from Added to the Honor I II Greeniea a 27 to 0 lacing in ;
1
University of Alabama oa I Roll I needed today was the'spe 1.:: r':; College Class I the final game of the Tulane sea I j
I declaration. He decried halfhearted AgainThe -
any Newton impressed the six I:
son.
'ng Field yesterday afternoonscore I Ii ... t
indifferent faith Lnt ,
of 14-0. The first score Gainesville and the Universityare i I thousand fans as being one of the { "
pointed out the responsibility of'each battalion has to step
I gone the s"cuth and i;
in
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the opening quarter when greatest halfbacks -
in well represented in the "Who'sWHo" I student in upholding his further in its progressive train-
tsey made a sweeping run of I I is a triple threat man in every: .. -
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for the 1921-22 edition, is- Christian ideals. ing schedule toward the covetel ; ;'. t
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yards around left end for a sense of the word
sued biannually. The total list includes The music given by Miss Graves!' Distinguished College Class this : ; '
down, shaking off several six professors, and educators was greatly enjoyed l>j all ar d week by the issuance of the service Tulane battled' the Gators to a' -. i f
era on the way. Edgar Jones I no doubt when J'e students learn rifles to the sophomores and 6.6 tie during the first half but .
through left tackle in.,_thed 1 one congressman; one lawyerone "'
that she has kintilv consented to freshmen. the Floridians opened up a forward ,

.. quarter for a rUn 'of 18 I zoologist, one University I render a selection :it (cvciv future_ After the tedious period of passing attack at 'the start of the- .J' ,
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3 which put the ball acrosshe I president, and one judge. This. list. meeting of the l''nrt"v, great will close order dr'll the initiation of third period with Newton on the .

second touchdown. Edgar is made up of the outstanding men be the rejoicing thereof.At the new men into the Manual of' tossing end that could not be stop. )f
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d the goal after both scores. t. of the nation, including brief the conclusion of the pto- Arms comes as a relief, though ped. 'J Li I
whole work- t.e a I
freshman team gram Mr. K. B\ Haitt announced!: in all probability it will not re- With two powerful kickers in t,

ell through the entire game. sketch'of their life and activitiesin that! a campaign to raise $200,000for i main so wh n.they are made aware Dickson and Newton in the game ". # 1

e backfield Jones Midcllekauff their chosen psofession. These the construction 'of a Y. M. of the difficulty in mastering the, Flolida employed several fake...". i,.
Lightsey shone. Lightsey got men have been selected on accountof C.A. House would be begun next I prescribed drills. kick formations that threw Tulane r f.' 'i #

once fine runs and Jones"s lit'than their accomplishments, and iv January. He further urged all I According to the present schedule off its guar dentirely and worked '. :

ore pretty punt down is to the credit of the city and the students of the University to take I the Manual of Arms will con forward 'passes .and tackle plays .. s

leld when it was necessary tout University that their names advantage of their opportunitiesand I tinue until the first of Decemberat with the.best of success. -' .'

of danger. On the linee should be included in this list o come out to the meetings of which time Rifle Marksmanshipwill 0 A from Newton to Casa i
Smith was in every pla: :', the Forum held every Wednesday followed the tears pass "
Open .
honor. Men who are included in begin by r the oval in position for the
tein and Williams stopped the put
and thereby acquai1'tthemselves t
"Who's Who" have been selectedby tryouts.The
backs through them first touchdown in the opening per !
ima of
with the happenings Manual Of Arms is of such
board of editors representing
a iod and Dickson plunged off tackle
osses all through the gamer various sections of the country,_ the day. The program for next importance that it can make or for the :!i
man on the lineup put up and who have selected with regard week is given in another column. reak us in the Government Inspection score. I .
at fight. At the opening cf the second 1! .
held before long.
to merit,alone-, men who are to be i t 1
bama played a good game As a disciplinary exercise it cartbe quarter Tulane started a march !
America.
DIRECt .
ularly in the third and making Those listed in Who's Who in STUDENT t said to equal the close ordorDrills down the field that enabled Laut- '

Co- Gainesville in the 1921-22 editionsare and on a great many occasions -, enschlager quarterlback to buck i :
nderson., TORY IS ISSUED in endeavoring to determine the oval and tie the score. : I
: J. R. Ben ton, educator: I I
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starred. Winslett threw a the better of two contesting Another long pass combined j :
R. S.
Frank Clark, congressman; '
when he took Edgar Jones'in individuals the with Newton's greatest broken'i
organizations or
Cockrell, judpe C. L. Crow, pro- Compli-
the third quarter fumbled ; Marsicano Receiving : Manual of Arms movements must field running supplied Florida'stouchdown l il' : '
ofJl fessor; Fred Cubberly lawyer; H. I ments on New Di I +'
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covered on a good bound be resorted to. in the third period. t'
S. Davis, zoologist; J. M. Leak, 1 I .
Con t
and started down the side. rectoryThe In order to ircrease interest in the final period Newton standing 1
college professor A. A. Murphree,
I ;
He worked his way throughsome university professor; \Vilmon New 1922.23 edition of that mo..t the Manual of Arms two very fine his own twenty yard line faked i ;MF
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good interference and f for kick the ball to t
medals are offered each year a drop fond passed
Student
W. Bucholz, the
ell, entohologist L. indispensable guide,
?ing for touchdown. But of the battalion Case the goal line for another. ; t
a the two members on
I professor and educator; J. N. Anderson Directory is just off the press, Ii
Jones came rushin across Continued on Page 4) touchdown.The ;
rominal *
Leigh for the :
L.
educator, and T. and may be secured
the of the field and ; i
center
final score of the gan\e came
tim college prolessor. sum of two-bits at Millers, the 0
with a hard tackle, put- little later when Duncan ;
University{ Book Store. the College DORMITORIES GIVE came a .
him out on the 6 yard line. 4. Buckman HaH I blocked Lautenschlager's punt and
Inn, or room
ma failed to gain on seven! DEAN BENTON Next to the laundry list, that is Robinson fell on the ball behind ;

and then missed a placementgame I probably the most useful publication GATORS SEND-OFF the Tulane goal. Newton kicked i

Ii i IN WASHINGTON on the campus, and con the last three goals on try for ;

in detail is as fol- i tains the name, address, rank and FOR TULANE GAMEIt point but missed the first. .
Florida won the toss and course of every student and instructor Tulane was handicapped by the '

led the north goal. The FOR' UNIVERSITYDean connected with the University loss thru onjuries of Eddie Reid :

started at 3:10. Jones kick t of Florida; besides athletis took the Dormitory men of all southern candidate for center '

to Hudson and tlc ball wasma's : II schedules, organizations, student the U. of F. to show the real old full-back Lamprecht, Alfred Brown'-. I
on the 26 yard line. An- Benton of the Engineering Hank Phillips.
activities, and practically any.other star half back, and .
made 5 yards over left f college is to leave next week fo: desired information relatingto Gator spirit and pep last Thursday All these men were force dto re- '

Cohen lost 1 yard Gray- Washington, D. C., to representthe Campus affairs.: morringhen they* left a tire from th efray. !

ante] to Jones 01'hi:; 50! I University of Florida in the comfortable bed and marched downto The kicking of Dickson and Newton ;: .:' .

Inc. and he returred 3 yards. I.da' of the Land Grant STUDENT FORUM the T. and J. depot headed by and the pass work of the latter ; ;" :
ball Alabama's 43 annual meeting brilliantfeat.urea -.1 t '
!; on rousing were the most ; : :
the team
: I the band.gave: .
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line. On the first play Florins College Association. This conven Program For Meeting Wed XO22. \. of the eotltest.'y I
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the long
penalized 5 yards for off tion is held once a year for the 1922 send-off as it .started. Score by quarters. : of- 1. '

Jones lost 1 yard aroundend purpose of getting together the 1.. Opening Song. journey to New; Orleans. to clash Florida ..,*-----.:.. 6 0 1427.. ; ..t"- I,

and then punted out ofs deans of the agricultural and en- 2. University Orchestra. with the Tulane Greenbacks on thj Tulane ....-._,..____.. O.6 0 o.6, ,,-- \ .
on the 24 yard lint. 3. Girls' Quartette. -- < r :
gridiron. Summary If
gineering state colleges to discussthe : .
Alabama Cohen tried right which from 4. Orchestra. Cheer leaders Rambo and Ralph For Florida-Dickson, Newton, -: t :
and made nothin Ander- problems come up ;'
6. Closing Song. the Long Case Robinson f :
lead the through
st 2. Cohen failed at right I year to year. One of the projects; 5. Speaker.The gang For Tulane--Lautensehlager. '-' 1 :. I
the rest
F's and all
Florida penalized 5 yards which is expected to be brought up speaker will be some outstanding Gator Three
Newtoa .1
touchdown
Point after -- ,
all was Alabama's for first is the establishing of engineering: man of the state. of the cheers and yells from the i ,

Cohen made four on a ens* experiment stations in the Land top of the box cars there at the 3.

around right end. Anderson Grant Colleges throughout the NOTICE station. The band was there' Substitutions: if

ed but Albert recovere 1. country. It corresponds to the The present drill schedule will strong with the old Orange ani For Florida Hcckinsted 'for I.

on couldn't get through Agricultural Experiment station continue. be effective. until the Blue and Hail Florida and the other Mounts, Scot for Burnett, Hodges
real Gator for Byrd Pomercy for Case, Simmons
thrill the I
Christmas holidays. that :
ne so Alabama punted to which we have here but of course songs
U who was downed on therd the nature of the work is different. Will 'the battalion wear goll rooter.It for Hockinsted, Bie for Dick-

I line. On the second ylay dealing with the testing of ma- stars next year? wash demonstration of real son, Dickson for Die, Case for ':

Punted to Anderson anda terials for roads and other con spirit the marchers showed, and PomeToy, Scott for Case, Murphreefcr

had first down on 47 yard structions. Another thing which The victory in Tampa last Sat- the members of the team as they Barchan Mathews for Dick-

Johnson made 3 over the the convention intends to take up urday was. long over due the Ga- pulled out of the station must have son, Barnett for Scott, Scott for

Anderson got one over left 1 Intinued is the formulating of a new engineering tors ,of' past years having been known they had some real solid Hodges, Merrin for Hocksted.
behind them. Continued on Page Four
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+ fortunate enough to be there. STATE BANK 01
i + |i. THE PHIFER
would like to know the plans. I of I
1 : : ALUMNI NEWS : -When do they arrive, where do l g GAINESVILLE, FLORIDASRfiiBiffi&fi the
how -
t B. W. AMES + they stop while there, and YiRF! Y1Yi !h! --. give
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, + long do they stay: If you know ; .. ida':
:Lc [ + 11. W. OVERSTREET + of any '13 or '14 boys planning to I !

i I + + make the trip, don't fqrget to t I ganT

+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + name them. I am going to Bos- I j nr'lf
-- -- -- -- -- ton tomorrow night, so If thereis I EVERYTHING POINTS TO BEST VALUJ rill'

j' The U. of F. alumni of south I Florida-South CarolLra game. anything I can do just shoota t
J.r 1 Florida manifested their untold -Herbert Dozier who received 'I wire to me at 501 Summer st., In a Made-To-Measure Suit. Best Workmanship, Best Fa\ betv.T1
in their alma mate by his Doctor's Degree from Boston. I
f interest rics and most favorable prices-Suits $22 to $50 Tailor Ma* am(
J the way in which they flocked to Ohio State last June is now ;n There are .few teams as clean I Cleaning, Pressing and Alternig Mali
Tampa last Saturday to see their charge of the Campher Scale work and gentlemanly in acticn as beat
1 successors trample the Mississippi for the U. S. Department of Agriculture Harvard, likewise football crowds, II PHONE 511 FlOlloo
I'' Choctaws. The Tampa hotels were at New Orleans. Dr. Dozier but those from the South she Ms I !
,I filled, the eating houses were rurh- will be among the prominent En- met in recent years, V?. and Cen- NICK DAlIATOTAILORSOUTH )

p i ed, the drinking fountains almost tomologists attending the meetingof tre, have stood out in these respects SIDE OF SQUARE que II
k went dry and every available seat the Federal Horticultural Boardin as her full equal, and as
'- 1{ ''i and car space at the game was occupied Washington. these things are fully appreciated, lenher
l: i by them. :Many wer j 13 F. M. O'Byrne will be in I know Florida will make an im- I
ball
-- forced to stand while watchingg Washington the 19th, representing pressive showing. If Florida can
::t ; the game and most of those who the State Plant Board at the score and keep Harvard's score A (

: had seats could not remain seated, hearing before the Federal Horticultural low, it will be a great day, for I COLSON STUDENT ROOMING HOUSES tire
t.
a \- to great was their enthusiasm. Board. The Board is think Harvard without question I
\ We students observe much more considering placing a quarantine has the best team in the country her
f 4 closely than the alumni can im- I over all areas affected by the Ja today. Nice rooms, twin beds, large closets, running sue

agine, their increasing interest in panese Camphor Scale. Great things must have happened with shower baths and }I.i'lVa
the U. of F., and we shall endeavorto '22 Mr. and Mrs. Hoyt Carlton at Florida since I was water in every room

: to merit more and more attention were the guests of Mrs. Carlton's there. Ten years ago getting oi sleeping porches. Opposite Science HallS ensso}
;. and interest by accomplishing parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Fow- Ga. Tech and Auburn schedules .

great things for and in ours-the ler, for several days. Mr. Carlton was quite an event, and now she t DICK STANLY, Agent, at Mrs. Ramsey's.: \
most progressive institution of is coach of the Plant Citq High goes them several better, going to I teT
a learning in the South. school football team and came Continued on Page 8 the

with them for their game with p j to1tI
i : Ed. Embry has been visiting Gainesville High, Saturday Nov. ji
k.. friends in Gainesville for several 4th. F + + + + + + + + + i

t t days. Mr. Embry is at present in '22 Robert D. Atkinson is now
Service Personal PLAYER PIANOS! PLAYER PIANOS! I 11-'
i I", Government as located in St. Louis Mo., with i th1st'
r Attaches to the United States Embassy the Fulton Iron Works Co. He'is ,1 -

fq at Rio de Janiero. at present in the Deisel Engine i I W

'''' Erecting Shop, but expects to go .. I We are Distributors for the famous KRANICH & BACH
I NEW COUNTY AGENT IS the Work in the Deise1
into Sales
? I I and WURLITZER PIANOS and PLAYER PIANOS. Let
PLANNIG EXTENSIVE at an early I
Engine department
1 i' WORK SINCE ARRIVAL II I us furnish you with player rolls. We are also state-wide f pa
date. !
taic
.r 'r+ t r '21 McCoy Hubbard, is now FLA. U. BOYS- I distributors for HOLTON BAND INSTRUMENTS and
R. L. King, Who Succeeds C. D. <
with the State Road Department, I LEEDY DRUMS. Write for Catalog.
Gunn, is Former Florida Man r II ftai
Chemical Department with headquarters I
;, R. L. King, newly appointed Yukon,
r i County Demonstration Agent, for- Florida. .temporarily at M. L. PRICE MUSIC COMPANYTampa a liI ;

t merly of Geneva county, Alabama, I
'21 J. N. Watkins, B. S. C. E., This is Your Store- enO
n has taken active charge of the local -
is now located at Key West, Flor- and Zack Streets TAMPA, FLORIDA
affairs, and has been busy for I w
ida T
;, t< ; the past two days arranging a3 -' '22 Mrs. L. A. Hogarth, B. S. You're Welcome I University Representative, W. J. CodyHEADQUARTERS w
fairs in his office, and other minor the
Ii. E. K, is now connected with '
p details before getting out on the ;- I : C(
Southern Utilities Company at
}1
; work in the county.
West Palm Beach, Fla. here when in Tampa M
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: It is understood that Mr. King '22 A. B. DeWolf, B. S. S. E., $$ $$$ $ $ $$ $$ $

r I I k Has a wide knowledge of the af- is with the Southern Utilities Com. 5 (
fairs of the general routine of pany at Stuart, Florida. -When you need eft 5

r j, Florida conditions, having at ont '22 D. L. Leisher, B. S. C. E., i* I w 5Y 1i
i. time held the position in another at present located at Wabassco
,' t': Florida county, and was so well Florida. Clothes we'll be glad i r I

v t t pleased with Florida that he asked Mr. Robert Drummond Atkinson Ii ws !

l to be _sent here. B. S. M. E.| 1922, is now located i For Men's Furnishings I i C
!1 When interviewed Thursday, M:. in St. Louis, Mo., with the to serve you. t
: King said that co-operation must Fulton Iron Works Co. He is at ti i! !9 1 r

,-1; be the keynote of our county demonstration present in the Deisel Engine !S Boys, we have the right goods at the,right prices. Drop in.I y

,.* work, just the same Erecting Shop, but expects to go i 9I
t as in our schools, churches ani into the Sales Work in the Deisel I
N
t l other organizations.." "Without Engine Department at *n early !i }
!9 i
T, this spirit, he continued, I can lo date.McCoy WOLF BROTHERS, W !iI I II
> > Y: very little for the farmers and Hubbard, 1921, is now 9 I fi
1
J4 i others of Alachua county, and I with the State Road Department ,; !I ii I!9 9y i i

:; ( sincerely hope and believe that we Chemical Department with head-
a3 -
.
: I shall encounter' no trouble along quarters temporarily at Yukon, Tampa ; !i i
i I
,. [: the line of co-operation. Florida. I A. C. SMITH & CO.
k t!; Mr. King intends to work out a > i!

t} program for the farmers, which Wouldn't it be great to have, at a? i
4 }4" he hopes will be of inteest to them some conpenient and suitable time, | SOUTH SIDE SQUARE !1i 1i i

; 7 and that this progam will bring an alumni day or week at the U. K !i
/ in some new ideas. an coupled with of F., when every alumni in the !i i i
I the aid he will secure from the state could visit us and really see ffiffi i!!i

'' ; files In his office, should have some what we are doing now? It woul I ffiKffiffiHUfiffiffiWJiffiBUffifnfiffi i!1 1h
;,; i i. very interesting data to present to certainly aid in bringing the alum- + + + + + + + + + i $

the various sections when he is ni and the students into closer relation -
t ., able to get out among the people I to and understanding of
i of the county. each other. Why couldn't such an KHMffiffiffisaffiffiffiffifiw $ : $ $ $

f L Mr. King'comes to Alachua affair be effected? $
$
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'v J i county as an experienced man in fiffi
MEET ME AT I
;, :a his line of work, having graduated The following letter was sent .,y ffifi
from the Agricultural College of J. Stanley Livingstone from Philadelphia !fiS

the University of Florida in 1911, but on account of delay, ifi !
; spending two years after his did -_..
graduation not reach here in time to ba \:
'k : in the Experiment Station, published before the Harvard --, MILLER'SWe .. ;
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followed by several years as a game, upon which it bears a great. : f ,,-. -' :;J..,:'"
;, teacher of vocational agriculture deal: >" ;

at Bradentown. Philadelphia, Pa., !: 7!
Gainesville Sun. October, 26, 1922. Are At Your ServiceNo

U. of F. Alumni Assc.,
;s Geo. Harmony, '16 and Frank I Gainesville, Fla. Place Like Home and Miller's I',

# Swanson, '14, were visitors In Dear Barney- u
Gainesville last Saturday for the The big day in W 5
< Florida football
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One of the most enjoyable fetes speakers rendered their '" -+ I"'J j

kf' last Interpretative weekend in football Tampa dance was dent and the interest that the arguments law stu- : : ti'v e Invite College Men to See and Try On Our : .i;

the has in the question, made tho a
iven at the dance after the Flor- debate very enjoyable.Mr. I ;

da-Mississippi in honor of College the two footballame teams. A. P. Baker was present i -, EDERHEIl\IER 'i. ;
and served as a judge along with : :
of the ,
This part program was Prof. Rasco and Dean Trusler. ,
unique as it denotes thaldlyi : STEIN ,
err : CLOTHES
After
relationship that exists a lengthy discussion, they, :; ., ,
ri< finally rendered f' :
in favor
of the .
between the two colleges.The :0 t
negative but stated that their per- :

first to make their appear- sonal opinion was that the affirmative -: $30 535 $45 i
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_'e was Miss Grechen Allan as I of the question. at issue,. e I
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Miss Florida attired in a very -would be the correct law.

eautiful costume made up of the Specially designed for the straight, slim figures of Varsity men-tailored .

orida oor with colors the, prancing air of the across uncon-the FARR LITERARY SOCIETY : to look as good in the showdown as they do in :the showease. Some of the : I

The Tuesday evening meeting models have inverted-pleat backs that finish with a belt

uerable. I was entirely given over to tryouts i J
In a few minutes Miss Angie Allen for the coming debate with Some have bellows shoulders ; also belted. Some have patch pockets that :+ i

as Miss Mississippi" made the Engineers on the question, button through, other patch pockets are plain. Some are two button. Some : t

her appearance dressed as a footfall "Resolved, that the United States: are three button
player and carrying the ball. Congress should prohibit strikes 4 Ii j

demure maiden artistically at- the part of all employees of rail-on : All in aU it's a. showing that reveals the finest in fabrics and finished make- : Ii

ired. roads engaged in interstate Com r}'ship. Extra value is, of course, to be expected. ." _
:Miss Mississippi had the ball in merce." Dr. Crow Dr. Robinson :f..; :.:
er possession but finally had to and Mr. Atkinson .
acted --
as judges Super-Fine Ederheimer.Stein Suits at Fifty and Sixty Dollars :: d
uccumb to the steady attack of for the occasion and a decisionwas

liss Florida lossing the ball ThM; reached in favor of Roy B. .

as a rare treat aid thoroughly Hoskins and G. H. Bee with R. EVERYTHING
E. ..... MEN AND BOYS WEAR +
njoyed by all. 'McGill as alternate. The Arts :_ .0.
Florida wishes to thank the two and Science team will meet th* : f .
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oung ladies for their kind en- Engineers the first
part of De '
'ertainment which help,d to makee cember, and will uphold the affir- : Porter -i

visit of the university boyso mative of the question.The d ;

| Tampa a pleasant one. interval elapsing between '

the retirement of the judges ant
AG CLUB the rendering of their decision was j Ii Clothing Co. ".
number of -
A large men were o
spent in discussing the intercollege .- ;
resent at the Ag. Club meeting football situation. And arrange- &
his week and an unusually in- '
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eresting and instructive program Science team to begin practice im.CnediateJ o s : .. & .
'as enjoyed.A : )'. V ; 'JACKSONVILLE, CORNER BAY AND LAURA : <>

moving picture of the Muscle o
shoals plant consumed the greaterart <$>
Pinellas Club
Meeting
> of the time. The maryuilclinps o tG
The first regular meeting of the .
composing this tremen-
Pinellas County Club held In .
was C.
ous plant and the various pro-
Peabody Hall Thursday
esses of converting air into liquid evening. .

ir from which nitrogen gas is There were a large number of + .9 ..+. 9. .
"rats"present and interestin
Distilled, combining this with cal- much
|ium carbide forming calcium the club was shown. Various
business matters brought before
|yanamid from which nitric acidas were -
the meeting and plans for a "
formed, were clearly showr.
volley ball and basketball team
The pitric acid being combined DttribIe
were discussed. Many men signi-
iith ammonia forms the explosive
fied their desire to go out for
ompound ammonium nitrate. A
these teams and Pinellas Club will
|ne real comedy followed the
ftascle Shoals film. certainly have some good repre-
sentatives. All from Pinellas
men
Prof. Rogers was elected coach
pf the Ag football team which is county are urged to be present the DeYand ua r un ertaklr.
at the next meeting of the club.
eing formed with Norton STV' IOrih street. BRICK
Watch the bulletin boards for VITRIFIED -
llarfcress as assistant coaches.
further announcements. ._ VITRIFIED BRICKCHEAPEST i are inexpensive -

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John Marshall Debating So- Palm Beach County Club r ? ROADWAY j pavements, !'

iety had its regular meeting: last The Palm Beach County Club '1 because last
they
Eight Y rm' I so
turday in the practice coiirt met Tuesday evening and elected Study Made on

m of the Law College.The the following officers: R. H. .td Pennsylvania_ Road. long and cost so little

program for the morningas Lewis, president; Raymond Plo- i
helman vice-president and B. M. Ptlt.ADELPnIA, Pa.. March II.- for yearly maintenance
a debate on the subject: "Ilewlved ; The bureau of Highways of this J! -
: 'That an attempt to create.n Dyer secretary and treasurer. f city has concluded Its eight-year:, and
. estate tail in Florida, created Plans were formed for entertain study of the Byberry-Bensalcm test repair ,

fee simple rather than a 1'ifs: ing the visiting editors on Saturday roadway arid announced its findings ;i
as to the n
state.. and othtr activities were dis comparative wearing I[
; qualities of the various types of r
The affirmative was representedy cussed. Many Palm Beach boyshave pavement with which the highway c .?' VITRIFIED:
> Messrs. B. Jennings and J. bee- ruing to schools out of was surfaced in 1913.A Q
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the club believes ceo.a i:..T 10 the reiw.rt. the :
lessrs. W. G. Ward and J. F. the state but t sec = k

Whte: and the negative by that this will be changed in th t cost tions the pavtu let v.th! in vltrlti..1 annual repair brick have andmaintenance I Ir IC

lall. Each speaker showed 1 future and is working to that end. and the sections covered I ___-

lengthy preparation and the with different varieties of ce-// p "t
argu- A ; r --- "Jit
ents were rendered in true law Dr. Bell gets a lot of inside dope ment The actualconcretefigures on cost upkeep the most.cost c P TE ME L',.i' !,' .

E f' er form. The subject was somewhat on us with his X-Ray mahir per square yard per year are: nitri r _
technical but in spite of this 1 -- tied brick eight-tenths of a cent; II r prove their right to be
net' the manrer in which thi (Continued on Page 4) cement concrete 17 cents; bituminmis .
1 .. concrete. 12 cents; bituminous j t called "inetpen "
---_--. macadam seven cents. I i c :-Je.
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:>a-?!s of a mile of 16'foot roadway. I reproduced -
! t 3 world result in the following jear1Iv tI
tt ) of brick in the
"" upkeep costs; cement concrete .>..
t t StGo2.l2. bituminous'concrete $1121 ,- )
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CLUBS Officials: Hudson, made 10 yards I
SOCIETY AND \
I L THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR three Bonner-Referee. down. Cohen lost one JIll!
Continued from page t Neal- I Anderson made two. AI
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i.,, --- Fair Literary Society Program Taylor-Head Linesman. I ed pass was incomplete
Nov. 21, 1922- t Keeper i son punted out Of bony
f Entered as second class matter, September 29, 1012 at the Post- Debate-Resolved, that the Flanagan-Time 23 yard line.Florida's ;
I[ office<<: at Gainesville, Florida, under the acts of March 3, 1879. United States should recognize the I Continued from Page One ball.
; Mexican Government. ALABAMA FALLS BEFORE I On tb, ;
present
f -- I Affirmative-F. R. Ragerman, J. FLORIDA RATS IN WELL Lightsey' broke away ar....

< FREDERIC H. LANGWORTHY ____ .______._._..._.....Editor-in-Chief i 1 j W. Usher. I FOUGHT GAME, SCORE 14-0 I end for a run of:7 11n1s

': ROBERT WRAY ... _.._____.-__-____ ..... ___ ....._.- --Managing Editor Negative-Geo. Brooks, Jr., W. I touchdown. He Wa-; fvllt,,"

HUBERT WEEKS ._......:__...______......__Assistant Managing Editor I A. Cleveland. tackle. A pass, Cohen to Hudson Cohen the the field last by Alabama Thomarloeat,
Mexican Political netted 5 and a first down. tackier, A
R. A. CARLTON __.__.........._....._..__.____..__..____.___--___.-Sport Editor I Situation Talk-"The; What They Think of failed at right end and Alabamawas son, near. the goal Ifee.
W. RUSSELL KING .._____.-.....-..----.--.-.--_-......---Make-up Editor Us,'' by Dr. C. L. Crow. penalized 15 yards for hold kicked goal. Score:

,f K. K. HANSEN ..._..............__.:........._____.....__..... ...--.-..-----.Joke Editor I Reading of the Farr Litt. Con ing. Cohen lost 1 around right Alabama 0.
E FRANK ELMORE, EDGAR BUSBEE .___..........____Society Editors stitution. end. Florida penalized 5 yards. Jones kicked off to Aa
I 2 left tackle. An- and the ball was Alabama's 1
B. W. AMES ..__._....._.......-;-...........____.. Alumni Editor Cohen lost over Cohen to I 34 yard line. Johnson tt
about few war derson made 4. A pass fIDltbltt
f 1.1.V.. OVERSTREET ....._....._......._.._....___..___._ Asst. Alumni Editor l i I Ir Why worry a in
blinded
r r N. D. St. JOHN .._.......___.__-__. ....- -- .....--..-.-...-.-..Exchange Editor prisoners till the boys --=-.
: : battle receive their sigh? .. .. .
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Virgil M. Bradshaw ___._.._.....:.._.:.._......,....._....._....._...._.._Military\ Editor ......... ...
t': Reporters: Franklin West, 'G.: H. Bee,'" \V. Emmons, B. Gamble, .Continued from page one BOYS WHEN 'YOU BUY SEED BE SURE TO GET THE

Usner, Don C. Booth, R. E. Glenn, C. D. Keen, G. A. Martel, J. D. SEND-OFF FOR TULANE GAME f- -FROM-
DORMITORIES GIVE 'GATORSwho
q Sibert,
l' in a general competitionprove THE SEMINOLE SEED COMPANY

?f HORACE WILSON ...__._..___...___..........__..........___...-Business Manager themselves superior to oth- GAINESVILLE FLORID
er contestants. One of the*t! ........ .. .......#
y e'_ D. A. RAMBO- ........:..____........__:.Assistant Business Manager medals can become the propertyof
any man in the battalion who
j will make sufficient effort nov
'>- ."GRIP FAST" while learning to become proficient -

There is a pretty story about the origin of'this motto. Queen enough for his company com- !!Aggressive Merchandiserssuits
mander to recommend that he en-
Margaret of Scotland was one day traveling on horseback with her ter with the other contestants.

attendants. She reached the bank of a rapid mountain torrent
Continued from Page One
which she attempted to cross. Owing to the fright of her palfrey,
'GATOR ELEVEN OLD SCOPE
or the force of the current, she was in imminent danger of being WITH TULANE; TAKE GAME

swept away, when Leslie, Earl of Roth, rushed to her assistance, 27 TO 6; NEWTON IS STAR ,

and crying to her "Grip Fast!" rescued her from her peril. From Suits that are made to fit better, wear l longer and at II
For Tulane for Gamble,
-Malony
times that stylishness desired.
that time on the words, "Grip Fast" became the motto of the Les- Besselman for Reid, Monget tfor possess so

lies. Lamprecht, Reid fcr Besselman, SEE OUR DISPLAY OF THE
Lamprecht for Monget, Tungstallfor
I "It is a good motto for to adopt for it thee
r anyone expresses Bleackshear, for Reid, Roehl BETTER GRADE WINTER SUITS
dertaking can be carried to success," says M. Watson.. We can for Phillips, Malony for Lam Models from

dertaking can be carried to success*, gays M. J. Watson We can precht, Dreyfus fcr Brown. I

adopt it at the University of Florida to good advantage. As the --. I EDER-HEIMER STEIN AND PELHAM l

weeks pass and the work gets harder, many students look ahead y- Ii,I

." lo the coming mid-term exams with their threat, and may momentarily __ AT 25.00 32.50 37.50 '

let their spirits fall- Certainly the current gets stronger, i I ,

the current of doubt, and 4 one's self-confidence begins to waver I If 14#f\1 t .

against its buffetings. We all know that it is a pretty hard struggle -t .
''I shoesEvery
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r.' through the college year, and a long fight with sometimes inferior -

! training, especially through the first semester. Yet it is
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\: at such moments of wavering that the old cry of the Leslies must I Pair in our Shoe Section is Aii-Lealher and ev'ery.ast

be heard within one's heart. It is the cry of "Grip fast," that I is a Goodyear welt.SNAPPY. ,

will bring us through in spite of the obstacles and the swift <;
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rent. The qualities which this motto exacts are not to be found;I FLORSHEIM MODELS
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ready made, so to speak, in the character. The rock is pierced by :|

the drop that falls carelessly upon it, and the resolution, self-)II OUR PRICES ON_ SHOES-4.00, 5.00TO!

: reliance and perseverance must be nurtured by repeated acts if j

they are to impart the steadfastness which withstands the currentat "'R..r..roll.Out!"

I its swiftest. These are the gifts that bring the winner.; they OUTING FLANNEL PAJAMAS 1.65r

I are the fibres that make up that inner stream within the student,
X7E hikers! There's
I, .. .which is so essential to making the most of the opportunity wh&h X crispness and tang to a OUTING FLANNEL NIGHT SHIRTS 1.00

college presents to him. It may have been an idea of this sort the air! Y'ho!for a hike! A
I snug cap,a pair of knickers, Bonar
which Shakespeare recognized: j tt Lion
and a sports sweater do the Miller
"There is a tide in the. affairs of men 1 I I trick! And talking about Wright PHIFERS' Custom ,
Which, taken at the flood, leads on to fortune; :!: sweaters-we've a limited
number of beauties at rock- Hats Collars
Omitted, all the voyage of their life !i bottom prices! Also caps.
Is bound in shallows and in mysteries." j I And knickers! "SELL FOR LESS" ,

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In every group of men, large or small, there is always to be Navy and Orange ,

,found the disturbing element. We have it in this university, andit Slip-Over Sweaters

is seen at its worst at times during the chapel services. It maybe l

a single man, or it may be a dozen, but there is someone, somewhere $10.00 UNIVERSITY MEN

that makes himself a nuisance by a continual stream of

talking, laughing or childish horseplay. It rare- matters to such -* .
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members that the ones near him are intereL in what is being ".-' Demand Value and style -' -

said by the speakers, and want to hear it. They themselves are Stratford and, -. I.
Society Brand Clothes ;
not interested, and show that they recognize no one's wishes but! Society Brand Clothes:

their own. In a place as large as the gymnasium, when era vdsd : Hanan Shoes, Manhattan Shirts, Knox Hats tAre =

to the limit with men, it is necessary that every one keeps quiet, featured lines in the GIddehs_Store.

; if the speaker is to be heard, and this is impossible when jt e
Mail Orders a Specialty -' _, _
few create a noisy undertone of comment. Every man has to be
See
Our Agents
quiet, if not out of respect to the speaker who may have an important ;: -

message to say; then out of respect to the sanctity of tins '".,..;.;.. '.- "-
Frank Evans and
chapel hour. In this college we are supposed to be men, with : :-,- ': 'oJ,' .;y, :>.;,;"'-', :-' >
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the days of inattention and the spirit of idle "playing" far behind Willie Morgan < .,' -. ;.'', ...' '
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us in our High School days.; Last week in Chapel a man had a ,,--

message for us from the lands where men are giving their livesin 78 Thomas HallHARVEYS "', _': : ... .'., r.
the most unselfish of all vocations; a message with a strong appeal '

to many of the listeners. Yet in spite of cries of "louder, HENRY
GIDDENS
t louder," half of the audience missed nearly all of his speech be- CLOTHING CO.

cause of the noise made by a few men who were rude enough to I: .
TAMPA, FLORIDA
keep up the disturbance. It is a very rude habit, an insult to the I 24 Forsyth St.JACKSONVILLE a
speaker and a sure testimonial of ill-breeding and ignorance of FLA.
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those who do so. We may well revise the old quotation to fit such .i-
'jl cases: "By their noises shall ye know them.. 1
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by Cornwall returned 2 ; '
to the 20 yard Use. Dodd made :3. I should be.. '? : ;
yards. Florida on own 46 yarlline.
One pass was incomplete and then Cohen for Brown. Johnson The teacher for this Sunday's : ': t
Jones intercepted a second on his *
IsPORTS Continued on Page Eight lesson is Doctor Kendrick, who A e t
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ten yard line. lIe punted out to '
McBrown on Alabama's 25 yarJ 4 is formerly of Columbia Univeral- $ \HJ i i'

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very interesting and effective t:; ; ;
McBrown to Winslett on a pass: Have you visited. the Baptist Ba. speakers which the University students f? t ': I

__-- I, made ,9 yards. Jones stopped raca Sunday School Class? If .
= ---- will be privileged to hear. r ..
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Winslett. Alabama penalized 15 have not, have failed to t '
(Continued from page four.; own 30 yard line. Middlekauff I you you f .
/LADAMA r\ltS BEi'OUC made 5 yards through center. f yards. for tripping. Cornwall avail yourself of opportunity. to Sunday School begins at 9:45. 1.; -!, ,

FLOIUDA ATS IN WK..L Lightsey added 3 over left tackle. I knocked down a pass, and a second '.:'

FOUGHT GAME; SCOUR 14-0 Jones through center for 5 yards I was incomplete. McBrown "
kicked the goal line and the
and first down. Lightsey failedover over
recovered taking the ballto t ball was Florida's on her 20 yard
Tueman center, but Middlekauff male : A V ERA
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the 21 yard line. Middlekauff 8. Lightsey out and Bishop in. I line. 1 1i

made a yard, Jones made two Middlekauff gained 3 through left I Jones made four around right lit

over left guard. Jones matt 4more guard for first down. Middlekauff end. Bishop made one around left Tailoring, Cleaning Pressing, Djeing. Odorless dry cleaning. We 1 1r

and a first down was Flori- gained 23 through hne.lar1 '1 I end. Jones punted to Winslett make all kind sof alterations, and repairing and give you a, fit. We :; f. i .r

II in for Perry. Ball on 20 yard .1 who fumbled the punt but on a dye to live. i
da's.Ball .
now en 9 yard line. Light.seY line. Middlekauff gained 2 over: ;; perfect bound of the ball was

was thrown for four yard t center and Jones went around left able to recrver at full speed ahead.

Joss and then Grayson intercepteda end for second touchdown. Jones It' He went down the side lines and it 233 E. Main St. South. Phone 415

pass on the 5 yard line. Downedin kicked goal. Dodd for Johnson, I looked like the first score on tV t

his tracks, Grayson: punted onto *- Brown for Cohen. Jones kickedto I rats for the season. But Edgar __ __ i
Randall on 35 yard line. Middle- Markham, who returned; 6 yards. i Jones rushed across from midfield flSMI

kauff made a yard around right Anderson got 1 yard and pass and threw Winslett on the six ( 1t
end. Anderson broke up a forwardpass. .Brown to Anderson added 6, pass I yard line with a hard tackle. |i FIRST METHODIST CHURCH |

Florida penalized 15 yards grounded. Brown kicked to Randall I Right here the Gator rats showed f Men's Ii Ij I tt
9:40 Sunday School,'!!. O. Enwahl, Teacher of College
for tripping. From the 45 yard on own 25 and he returned 19 the old ability to hold in a pinch }
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line Jones punted to Anderson -who Ball on 44 yard line. Pass Jones I I and after 3 tries at the line, ,Ala- j Class.

s' was, downed on his 17 yard line. to Freeman failed by an inch. bama lost its chance to score \ Preaching 11:00 and 7:30. Epworth League 6:30. |

Quarter up. Score Florida 7: Aki. Jones added 3 yards around right I when a placement kick failed. I'I __ _______ cI :.- ---- 0
end Half Score Fla. 14 Ala.
0. up. ; On her 20 yard line Middlekauffhit

.[ Second quarter: Anderson failed 0. center for 2. Florida offsides

to gain, Grayson punted to Between the halves Rambo, and penalized 5 yards. Jones I I Popular Goods at Popular Prices at I

Lightsey on the 35 yard line and Ralph: and Pete formed an ''F* punted to Winslett who was downed -

ball was returned one yard, Fior. of the cheering section and led on the 31 yard line. Winslett 'BURKHIM'S

ida on Alabama 34 yard lire. the gang through all the yells oh made ten over right guard. :May I. .

Lightsey went around: left end for the list. I went in for Green for Florida. On '-

eighteen yards. Jones faile.l I Starting the third period Jores an attempt at left end McBrcwn '
through line. Jones added 2 yai ;s failed and
'I lost two yards. A
pass
kicked off to McBrown who re- j
line and Randall added I" LINE'
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turned to midfield. Winslett mad? McBrown lost a try for a placement -
four more. On attempted line ball the
kick. Florida's on
1 around left end. McBrown made
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buck Lightsey lost 5 yards. Jonesin end. At 20 yard line. Around left end Suits from 1rHE
for Hudson. Pass Randall to tackle 8 around Grayson right lost 1. Hudson right Jones made 10 for a first down. In Students' !:

Freeman was incomplete. Gr y. Middlekauff added a half yard. UP
here went in for Grayson. Mc $22.50
son broke up pass. Coceu intercepted I Florida penalized 2 yards for excessive .i
Brown kicked to Randall for a
long pass to Frecmin, and Jones puntedto
out.
Florida first down on the 23 yar.lline. time MAAS CLOTHIER HABERDASHER
returned 6 yards. Alabama: on Winslett who fumbled and ,
The ball was out on the first
, own 26 yard line. Anderson gota Thomas recovered on the 45 yard FloridaffiKKRrWSffiffiaraffiKWWsffiffiHM :
and then Jones lost Tf
play one around :mpa, .
yard around left and Cohen one line. :Middlekauff: was forced out
right end. Jones punted and the
over right tackle. Cohen, lost 7 of bounds and ball was brought to I
Florida's
ball was Alabama's on
yards on attempted pass when the middle of the field.
line. Dodd made 7
30 yard over
Smith went through line. Grayson -
left tackle and then one through Middlekauff failed to gain. Randall .
Florida's :
kicked out of bounds to -
the line. He added 2 more over fumbled and recovered bat
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own 29 yard line | GATOR CAFETERIA
Middlekauff added ''eft guard for first down. Wil- was thrown for 11 yard loss. Jones

4 got over 30 left yards.guard. Jones 10 more liams threw McBrown hard and a punted to Winslett on the 20 yard S AT COLLEGE; INN Hiw

one yard gain around right end- line and he returned to 28 yards jj "
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and Middlekauff faileJthrough .
yards !fi
incomplete and then a ---eeeee se- '
line. Two incom- .'A pass was _. ___.. _7:30 A. M. to 11 P. M. .
passes _..
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Freeman caught. Florida's ball ont called for. a"fair,?ikl1. He was rsei .w' .eee BaBHffiHassaas !fi !fi

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ATROCITIES : -lUini. DRUGS, STATIONERY, TOILET ARTICLES.

# I CANDIES, SOUVENIR CARDS, WATERMAN pjysiOl00l
J. B. Cracy of 'Sears Roebuckand
+ + + + + + + 4.4.4. + 4- + 4-4. ++ 4-4> + 4f> + + + + + -lIt + + + Co.," states that the students sito!!! 1r _:

I have been falling down lately and
It' Rat Primer bring variety into instructional that he seldom has a postcard t? 1I I THE UNIVERSITY BOOK STORE

( 'i f "Ko&e! air, can you tell me the methods by having a class seatedon read. Knowing that a few more
. 1 same of you statuesque figure the green sward, (as did the fraternity hops are coming off I Basement Language Hall, .
4:] about whom the freshmen crowdoeBZeriyT" disciples of Socrates when Athenswas soon, J. B. says that someone
at the Zenith of her glory.) should look up a girl by the name THIS WEEK TO ADVERTISE OUR NEW NAMOGRApn
But I found that the blue sky of Jax that somerat
of Wiggle
Jess
f': 'My son, that personage so like I MACHINE WE WILL PUT YOUR NAME ON YOUR I
increased
and the balmy breezes only writes to every day.
t vaio Appolo in his form is no.t" 4
CHARGE
their desire to sleep. I FOUNTAIN FREE OF
tfcer than the great Murdock
i I shall never forget when Master Another Micanopl girl is mar-
JBzrrs. He is a freshman, even .as
which is George Milam stretched himself on ried. Headline. It seems hardly We have received a New Line of Belts and Buckles; also t.
f. k, you. He is a Lawyer, is the turf, as I lectured, and became possible. I shipment of Yest Foam Tablets, which will be sold at 7* ,
: j. vorse. He is not a Rat. He a :
t Bull Cat. He has seen it all. He a sorry spectacle of sloth to t per package. r.
the passersby they thronged to -.;ooos-
.>. leas gone to Vanderbilt. He .,tmila as oooo .
;. have other class. Some wag put a headboard I Rooms-With or without t ----- ------ E
i places.it. That He may he will not gone admit. close to his supine figure an.} BoardCANOOCHEE t tt ....... ............. ...
t there he remained in statu as
,; We do not blame him. He is very quo :
LODGE t t'I SHOES REPAIREDBY .1
;; modest. The throng now eagerly we say in the law college until the t i.
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:; listening his every word, arc westering sun descended the evening 1211 W. 'University Ave. t '
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Murdock ooo -
thlreters for knowledge. oooooo
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He is lay- do not know of any way to .ooooo 5 "
-j"; possesses Knowledge. -ooo SHOE REPAIR
AMERICAN COMPANY
"I the law thsm. They stir and keep the straying interest
in j- down to j
do" thir! of the collegians, unless one install j J. S. BODIFORD :
not appreciate it. They
i 'fhey know more than he. Perhaps: a trapeze in the classroomand I and t : Shoes Called for and Delivered Work Guarantee
i i : amuse them with agile gymnastics j COMPANYDruggists
t; they are right. :
r Tie is a great man. That is not while one lectures on erudite t : TELL T. P. WINTER, AGENT, 35 BUCKMAN ]
themes. And Heaven knows f| : Phone 32 j
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J k news help. Is there anything else these aerial experiments, as I am ,
r' that bothers thy infinitesmial in. no longer a lithe athlete but have Electrical
t
;: grown somewhat unwieldy with Greenleaf & Crosby Company
te.'iigence 1" JOS. J. SEYKORAPHONE
"Eat Or.e' thing. Is he a ladies the years. I 107 I t tt

man. does te dance, and does he 1 1l' -PROFF. t JEWELERS
l' :t love babies?" GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA

t. "IT? is a ladies man. but the Sung To The Trine: I Want a CaveMan
# t .;. ladies do not know it. They adorn( I I Jacksonville, Florida
i i it inn at times, espcecially when hs I love you," said GIoo son of / \

I i.. .is asleep. He dances like Thor. Bloo, gently staving in three of 192 6. KOD.it A3 YOU GO I t Medals, Class Rings and Pins. Committees -
'ii' He is devoted to babies, in particular his adored one's ribs.
1 i t t in search of loving cups or trophies
those between sixteen anltwenty 'Will you always love me?" sh- ,
t. /* asked. t suitable for Golf, Tennis or other athletic

} The Passing Paradise I "Always: ," he declared breaking t events, will find it an easy matter to
off a section of the ice house, and
< 1 A little mouse ran on the stage bashing her lovingly on the head. t Choose from selection packages which we

i To fee what he could see. I "Then I love you too,'' she whispered I will gladly send upon approval.
t
v And then he scurried right away, softly.Transported.
::. EirJbcrrassed: as could be.-McGi2 with delight, G'or i_A __
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Saily. pouring out his love in incoherent
l' t .phrases, kicked her in the dide, I............ ... Q...+
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Lives of Great Men and with all the grace of an accomplished I WHEN YOU EAT AT THE
1 ,t. (From the Jacksonville Journal) lover, broke first one :

.. Andrew Simmons, known to nU leg then the other. He swept her I
', i former playmates as just "Andy" passionately into his embraces, KODAKt i GAINESVILLECAFETERIA
I k sat a weak-end caller with his dislocating .her collar bone and 1I

I I ;.' folks and others and saw the Geor- throwing her shoulder out of joint.It Pictures about the YOU GET 1I
jpa-Tech-Florida game. Andy has was a whirlwind courtship an,}
Ben a mainstay t>n the Varsity campus your class- : A SQUARE MEAL

foothill squad at the university mates, for example, with at a
this year doing his share toward S HOE S their snug sombreros that .
taking the team the best ever. grow smaller with each .A. SQUARE DEAL PRICE

Pokt H B. M. TENCH H rain-are fun to make ..... .. ....
Hip Mythology
now and grow pricelessin
I A realizes how
man never quite -
0 Gainesville 0 your senior year. .
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teach he really values an timbrel3i t

! d cr a woman until he sees some You know, of course, that STYLEALL
tier man calmly walking off with E Florida E the folks back home would

r .. 4JJC Or the other. i ii appreciate the story-tdling THE WHILE

S II 'OE pictures you can send them.
; .J Our Class Slumberers r fflI
As an instructor to the youth Picture making the Kodak
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.t ful mindl have had the', most dis- ,| way is easy and enjoyable. /
s Icxrtenirg experience of late inleepfrg for exceptional values-unexcelled :
t Come in and we'll show
Sanitary Cleaning & j you.
my young charges from I| :
I service.
i ROUT? soundly to sleep while I am 0| Pressing Club t tt j
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ra the process of casting pears Autographic Kodak
II, care them. I"have thought of the t| Opposite Star Garage I J Ji $6.50 up
;' po-s'fcillty of securing a catapult i I ,

equipped with elastic thongs anl I LET US CLEAN 'EM tt | RAIRDHARDWARE I Suits-Hats-Furnishing Goods
of sending a large bean or pebble 'I CO.
ia the direct'on of any might
} t; taught slumbering in my presence. t| Dyeing and Pressing Also It' Phone 7 BAILEY, THE CLOTHIERTAMPA

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:, rest rung. Tennis f SERVICE AND QUALITY OUR MOTTO I I.t

i halls and other equip- y ..t t employ U. of F. student help and deserve some of
xnenl.: See l t.! STUDENT REPRESENTATIVE-II. your patronage. Why send
II K. WINTER, ROOM t your rackets away for re-
I II. L. CRAWFORD 8 t 19 BUCKMAN stringing, then wait for several days and get inferior -

o 96 ,Thomas- -..... I t t work and finish? You probably save two-bits, but doesit
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L f Eagle Barber Shop I f SPORTING GOODS : also refinish with shellac every 30 days free of charge.f|

I FCR |: Football, Tennis BICYCLE WORK, ACCESSORIES AND t

't- 6 EXPERT SERVICE II I tt Hardware of All Kinds 4 i SUPPLIES at very reasonable prices.

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her early start this year shows her

+ determination to become a hot contestant I: FIRST NATIONAL BANK = l ;

EXCHANGE NEWS for the southern champion 'f 1 Incorporated 1888 ,.
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ship. t 2 t Capital $100,000 Surplus, 5150,000 !t. : '

N. D. St. John + Michigan Aggies Parade II GAINESVILE, FLORIDA f'I ';+

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+ On Armistice day the cadet corpsof ,I1ffiffiffifHKHiraHBaiffi 4C t

f + + + +.+ + + + + + 4.4.4..4. + + + + + + + .i.4 .. .1..t. ... ........ ; Michigan Agricultural College o i'
-- ------ ---T paraded the streets of Lansin{. !fi i
The battered historic dope } While looking over the last issue Proceeded by an auto filled with ?y; 1<

cket paused, quivered, dipped, I'j jmn of the Flambeau we were delighted beautiful sponsors, the student ba- GAINESVILLE FURNITURE COMPANY | I r
diwly, turned turtle, and C3p.I j to note the keen interest tallion made a showing worthy ofa I
zed Saturday as Alabama's I| shown in our football team anal military unit of much more extensive !1C: s I

'mson Tide raged over the Uni- I; our other activities. We take training.Did :, Victrolas and Records yp :. t t
ersity of Pennsylvania 9 to 7 : pride in our accomplishments, and !Ii mK
hile twenty five thousand spec- I there is nothing that gives us more you know that ants coul I tfi !5 '" .
tors stared astounded, and a con- I pleasure than to receive recogntion ,- be kept from the refridgerator by *' D. R. COX, Proprietor TELEPHONE S6 i, 'I'it-r. ;'

ent gasped. !' from our fair sister college keeping the food on the kitchen Sffi: =t! = 1
The Alabama sPt. fcwhich for what we have done. table at night? !: Yi I' .
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e immorta1 Tamp-; Sik: s died !!i! !Ii6liii1ililiililih! ! !!!.<:!'ilir1f.hl! !Jil! !hh y; I'
iday Oct. 13,achieved the impos- Longest Drop Kick of Season We read now and then of a person ; F
ble, a victory over Penn, and The longest drop kick of the making the Hole-in One Club \

e game coveted most of all by I season was made by O'Hearn of by killing a golf with only one I ST. PATRICK'S CATHOLIC CHURCH ; (
>ach Scott, 'Bama's belovej men- j Yale. He scored for old Eli by stroke but in our estimation it ;
r, and which Georgia Tech, Au- booting the ball for a goal from will be a woman who first makesit E. MAIN STREET, NORTH ; f :-

irn. Centre and Florida have allied the 52 yard line. Harvard was th, in ZERO, have it, in "
yes you .
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Reverend John Conoley S. T. L. Rector
vainly. first big college I
have
to a playerrun nothing at all. ,
The Tide outdid the Easternersthe the length of the field for a i! -Pokey. TELEPHONE 629!> i '; I :j i

way, and clearly earned'r touchdown from kickoff. i : f :"
victory, with seven first for i ----------- SCHEDULE SERVICES -c }
WES to four for Penn. From Rats ::1
While i i't SUNDAYS-10:30 A. M. and 7:45 P. M. 1
rimraage 'Bama earned 118 scrutinizing the Game II YOUR RAZOR I : H
rds with 'Bama's fine line al'ng cock we came across this little WEEKDAYS-7:30 A. M.ANYTHING. .
t tI it. .
only 79 yards to the ex- gem and we are copying it her BLADES j ;: '

ound frienced it. Pann.At the backs air game, through, 'Banrv or for players the on amusement our rat team.of the Duv.l I t Sharpened at about one- t +*..***.*.*.4 *****O ...**$*; A 1-I ;!;t :

_ok only 23 yards; at one clip- "Incidentally there are at least I t third the cost of new bladesSWEARINGEN'S t tIt : : ALEX CAFETERIA I T i.-!
g. with Penn. completing three two men on the Carolina squad i

56 yards, one, a 10 yard afar who are exceedingly anxious to I : : FRESH-CLEAN -GOOD : :
receiver get a whack at the Florida ..
with running 25 after 6 -
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Freshies. These young gentleman AT IDEAL CAFE : Here's the ? : +
{thing the thing. netting 35 yds., t place to get

coming in rapid succession. J.are C.Messrs.Longe. Why Eddie? Holcombe Well, its like awl 1 Opposite Fire Station A I what you want when s .
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Barna, expected to playa de- i ----------
sive game, because .of her finee this: Last year there was a cer- : : you want it. jv: :g j'
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tain
high school in the that
| took the initiative in both state (OMARABLE'S -
rated I 8 -
was an A-l team anl
as
ense and defense and therebygs S IPIANI at ANYTIME ;
it was. This the team from
the tale. Knowing that was WARD h 4 r i iI
|ott unleashed his men with ally the City by the Sea. Eddie and I ....... ............ I:

hd. and they won Smart J. C. both played stellar ball on I I REBUILT 4I _______--. __ __4I __ t
I that team. However in the course I t i it
btball! t
I of the season a certain high school!, TYPEWRITERS $3.00 DOWN
RThe Tide played the football Duval Typewriter Repairing and t STUDIO I
by name, chanced to cross ,
pinst Penn. that she has been the path of the Bantams with the Supplies "THE HOME: OF GOOD
ected to exhibit all season> and result that when the dust cleared TilE BLOODWORTH TYPE- t PICTURES"t t tIt
|ich has not been apparent since away the aforementioned high WRITER AND REPAIR I' t t

game with Oglethorpe.The school was hanging on to the long COMPANYNext It Official Photographer for University Publications.

Crimson Whi! end of the score, and the Bantamswere Door to Western Union Kodak Work Returned in a Day { .

exceedingly sore. Now it hap- t f '
"Red" Barron to Marry pens that nine of these Duval !f !fifififi! !fififififififififiI ! ..

fcaptain "Red" Barron, Georgia I players are holding down positions f NORTH SIDE OF SQUARE I ,
h's boasted football star and on the Freshman team of the Uni- t I
a-round athlete is to marrys versity of Florida. Now, puttingtwo OVER MILLER'S ;
Alice Evars House of Wash- and two together, can't you t t
ton. Ga. Thanksgiving evening ----------- - -. -,
- figure out why the above mentioned e -
ter he has played his last foot- young gentlemen have sucha t
.1 game for 'The Golden Tor- strong desire to get a chance ?.t
o." Last Monday night when the young 'Gators."
Bedding Pillow Cases
secret was let out, "Red's"ool :, ,

mates gave him a great Mercer Begins Basketball Sheets, Blankets ;
fction and the freshman class Mercer University has already

e an active and concerted otra- begun basketball practice. Last I I RIBBONS-RIBBON NOVELTIES
While "Red" was eating season Mercer had one of: the ,best I
pper in the college dining hall 'I basketball teams in the South, and I I I e MADE TO SPECIAL ORDER f
freshmen assembled masse
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serenaded him with song; ande.
I grind Our Own Lenses We Keep Everything for Your Room1f
-Ex. J. W. M'COLLUM & CO.

I DRUGGISTSTHE NODELAYCJainesVi11e 0

labama Loses Coach Scott REXALL STORE I .
I Florida. e
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oath Scott will not be with the Agents for Quol.

' ison Tide next year according I Li etts and Norris Candi Sen ice
official announcement. lIe is Gainesville Fla. CAINESVILLeFLORJ 0

_ding up his fourth season at ;
University where has has been $ $Y
: I A. H. Doran
,te successful. He is known as i i
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formation coich throughout the I I For Bicycles and Bicycle Ii IiI 1 :...o.... ......... .. o .
d. Just where he will go is: I Accessories j .
:nown yet but he is expected taite II I 232 East Main Street South i .

in the North or West. H .. -I iI .
be sorely' missed by the Ala- .
sa players. I I
I oach Scott has raised Ala- HEARST'S e GREETINGS -
. n's winning average from .583 t.
SUNDAY AMERICAN G .. .
>755 during- his sojourn in the : .: .,.,'. .- THE U. OF FLA. STUDENTS -Z -
Ithland. : < ,:z:.__ ;. ,.;
The Crimson White. ATLANTA CONSTITUTION .' '-
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|r outhern in Lakeland College, Florida opened where up this its : When in town make our headquarters your headquarters. : .
t "On the Corner Every Sat-

;dng: home from is the under enterprise construction.of its urday NightP. We have a place for you to rest, with plenty of oo .

|kly excellent paper progress.it seems to This be mak-col- H. GILLEN, AGENT O O desk space. Come on in and let's put the 'Gators on top. .

has suffered many handicaps, .... .
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1 a1!! with the determination teed '> ; O :-
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score of 22 to 21 the F. S. J|I TAILOR II IIt .,t., ".. :. .: < .
[C. Sophomores defeated the '(' ;;-- ;V: '

won, the the first basektball time championfor in history- I'I'Jrs !I t AND t tI : .:; .7-19: W. Bay Street H..L. COVINGTON, Pres. .


ng crowded 1922. A the record-breaking sidelines, and ,I t j I DRY CLEANER II j ..

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rivally was keen. In the last r
minutes of play the score was I .
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Umpire-Dowling ,
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i ;: Head Linesman-Severance, (U. I Tech.) WON'T

I L Continued from pass two of California.) I Time of periods, 15 minutes. I-II HAVATAMPAMILD .

i the very peak in scheduling games. .
: They had good teams and great ----- HAVANACIGAR r
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t ., \; players there howeerHaney | JOHNSON'S PHARMACY .
t.. Hester was All-American material I II Drugs Medicines, Stationery, Toilet and Rubber Goods t ti
" and Dummy
if anyone ever was I We guarantee personal attention to Prescriptions. Only CIGAR CO.
Taylor, Jim Coarsey, and a few 1 i considered. t ELI WITT
I used. Low prices. Quality
drugs
r, other stars of first rank. I must I purest I Distributors
Gainesville Florida. _
visit or the I I
get back for a soon -
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place will be unrecognizable; in Tampa moHffiffififSffiHSBWS
t I shall continue fol- ------- ----- -
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it '' low-cg; Fla. affairs through the VISIT US EVERY DAY t
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V -d 'j'jf'
f I see Doc Houghtaling ('14) inN j :I THE LYRIC THEATRE .
I t i Y. occasionally, and his planson
,. You Know How We Stand on All College Matters I i
i f r. f; my last visit were to take in I f'i j PIANOSPLAYER PIANOS
this game, so you see the Alumninp -- ---------- ---

this way is trying to do it* _____ ________ I Ii
It.r: i r "bit." Doc was football manager
t, ;L: t u' in '13, and the best ever up to j i i FLORIDA BARBER SHOP "' I
I WEST SIDE SQUARE I II EI
1-1 that time. ,' EDSON.PHONOGRAPHS -
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-:1): My very best to the whole Guaranteed Seryice and Courtesy is our Motto

I I blanch and write me as soon as I I J. C. PREVATT, Prop. t STRING INSTRUMENTS:
-j i { ( possible where and when I can ,!i J I SHEET MUSIC ,
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t I I. hunt up the boys. I often looked

; ., at the picture of the Harvard Stadium I

f j .. :. in Dud's College Inn and Come and take a look at the new Gatorboy Oxford,
wondered if Florida would ever I KELLY MUSIC CO.Next Door to Miller's3&ffiffiHB8WffifiH
play there, so 111 be lustily on made on the swag last in brown, black and patent leather f

t hand to see a dream come tru- at L. C. SMITH'S, South Side of Square. I :
} w Tell the K. A.'s to make themseves I J I
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known. ra YiYi $ Yi
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,1:t Continued from Paee Five, ,
., ALABAMA ;"'.\11 S BEFORE s
I -; FLORID. RATS IN WTCLL

t- FOUGHT GAME; SCORE U-0 '"!>_. ". .''- 1'l'
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; Score: Fla. 14; Ala. 0. : ;
,e i : Fourth quarter: ._.Jones gain-I
-J 8 around right end and Lightsey..
j \ ; 3 around left. Jones fumbled and- i .
\ I Cohen recovered on 40 yard linn. I 'V : 4 L4 dv')' ----.. ,

; i Perry for Ennis. Stanley for Ran '-- ;. .. :
I dall. Cohen 2 over right tackl- I : --.-

; !! Alabama penalized 5 yards. Cohen 1 f I
lost 1 and Winslett 10. Winslett
punted to Cornwall on 38 yard r'I !

.lice I
t Jones gained 3 and Jones of Ah
t j recovered, pas on 40 yard 1iD-.. ( Q'IMk
i! Dodd gained 5 yards through line
and Johnson added 4 more. Dod 1 -q F(1sJ
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; added 2 more for first down. Win*, tr ; .
I lett fumbled, was thrown 9 yarj KIwIL
; loss. Florida penalized 2 yards'
for excessive time out. Dodd
through line 3 yards. Cohen out of
bounds on 43: yard line. First
) down and Dodd gained 1 throughfine.
Middlekauff knocked pass
1 down. Another pass incomplete

and Wicslett kicked to Stanleyen -," -
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own 5 yard line. Ball returned :
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2 yards. Jones kicked to WinsMt :;
on 45 yard line and ball returned / EngineeringA Sells T'! :.r. i

15 yards. Alabama on Florida 30 ,
yard line. Ala. out of bounds and

r lost one yard Pass Cohen to whole lot of the make-l>elleve has been field, especially if the merchandise marketed .,.-S
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Breakfield netted 10 yards. Ala.
;';. penalized 15 yards for holding. eliminated from selling operations in the is an engineering product that IS .-

Anderson in for Cohen. Pass Anderson .. past ten years. The old idea that salesmen bought and operated by engineers. _
to Dodd netted on yn I. ." .
: born to the that
S were sample-case,
Winslett kicked out of bounds and .
: Every engineer who] now in
y engages .1
; ball on Floiida's 4 yard line. Jon '1 .<, ::- they carrie some sort of a special diploma -
kicked out of bounds to 20 yarl thcsaleanddistrihutiollof'Yestil1ghouse .
t from the University of Pooh, has had
line. Alabama fumbled and Williams : products feels that he is doing work ,-
to break along with the otherexploded
recovered. Florida's ball on camp, .
worthy of his training for he is carrying .. ._
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30 yard line. Lightsey lost 10 theory which insisted that a ,
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t'. vards when Perry got through. Service and Sincerity to Industry, and" .
c, J. Broome in for Albert. Gamble furY salesman must be a"good fellow",a man to mankind! lie;is out where the fighting -.j''
Thomas. Florida gained 1.v.. I!. of strange habits, tremendous stories,
Thom in for Williams. Jonas is often the fiercest, and he is putting upiF
; and unquestioned qualities both as
a.
"' kicked to Winslett 30 yard line, :
on a or. that he believes -
'
ii who ran out of bounds. Alabama .' .t, Ks mixer, and as an ossimilator.Xow .
!y en own 30ard line. Andersonaround are right. And a man can't expect, nor ""'_ .

''f< > left end gained 9 yards. t- < ......,.: we believe-nay, we ltllOWnsk, a bigger chance than that! '--: -::: _

? ; a Dodd through center for 2' yards ,. ,' 1''. that the beat salesman is the man \\hoknows'most '
: and first down Sixty percent, approximately, of the +
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'; Anderson lost one yard. A __: about his goods, and can ; ,
: : r. engineering graduates who come -
to.
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i, pass Anderson to Wmalett made :' t .' talk most interestingly about them. .
_" i two. Nolte in for Cornwall. Light. Westinghouse find their way eventually : ,'

; 5y krocked down a forward pass :T. This being the proven case, it isn't so into some phase of selling. And
and Winslett punted to Stanley. : :
{I. Florida's ball on the 27 yard lin?. queer that engineering should find a real we are proud to have them there-and : :

Bans in for Middlekauff. Hudson \;. -.{ 4 and effective application in the selling they are glad to be there!
6 ; in for Lightsey. Pittman for ;
Jones. .Pittman made 7 yards ; : ...
through the line. Barrs pushed
through for 3 more. Bartelson in
for Freeman. Hudson made 2
I over center and the game ended.
"; i Final score. Florida 14; Ala 0.
L. The lineup:
Westinghouse
Florida P. Thomas, re; Smith,
1: {L rt; Green, rg; Cornwall, c; Gold
stein, Ig; Williams, It; Freeman,
11 U lc; Randall, qb; Lightsey, rhb; wlsTltrcHOUSE
\ Jones, Ihb; Middlekauff fb. ELECTRIC /
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Alabama-Hudson, re; Ennis ACHIEVEMENT & OPPORTUNITY
.:t1 I j' ?g; Auburt, c; Camp, Ig; Perry
{t; Braekfield, le; Anderson, c;
A I' Grayson, rhb; Cohen,Ihb; Johnson, I
iJ fb.

1 Iteferee-Hutchins, (Purdue).




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