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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 25, 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 )
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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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FOR A GREATER FLORIDA .\ ..

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BNIVBBSITY
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GAINESVILLE 1922."f
FLORIDA NOVEMBER
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{I(UNIVERSITY WELL REPRESENT IS i I OGLETHORPE HOLDS GATORS TO CLOSE r JUNIOR CLASS IN : ,



ED AT STATE FAIR j, SCORE OF 12 TO 0 SATURDAY SESSION PI.ANCFI.AfRIISNRATS FRIDAY


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CAMPUS HAS A I CADET OFFICERS ,r IN HARD GAME GATORS GATORS CLASSEDAS AND-SOPHS Witt.

DISPLAYne SCORE TWO TOUCHDOWNS MEET IN ANNUAL

I IN TAILOR-MADE RUSH
) of Outstanding DisplaysOf ONE OF OUT-

Fair, Miniature Build- UNIFORMS NOW Duncan Made Both Scores; Last Year Rats Were Withheld -

ings: Receives Praise Florida Put Over Some STANDING TEAMSNEW from Flag; Arc Out
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Intricate Triple PassesOn For Vengeance This Year
Arranged under the direction off' j BLOUSES AND SHIELDS --
Petrols
{Mr B. C. Riley head of the Ex- IMPROVES AP- ORLEANS' PAPER Rats and Sophs! 1'repare lor
f' GIVES FLORIDA battle! The annual Flag Rusk
tension Division, the University Atlanta
[ Nov. 25.Special.( )
PEARANCEClasswork
; TRIBUTENewton's and Tug of War comes off on Saturday -
Of Florida exhiU at the State Fair -..- The Ogelthorpe Petrols were the I afternoon, December 9.

ill Jacksonville has been one of Advancing; Sen-. victims of the Gators yesterday ,,,
Gains and Passes, The Junior Class met in .flUf", + ,
[the main features of the fair eX- iors Complete Administration when the Florida team crossed the Dickson's Interference, Friday night}! and adopted the tugs

hibits. StudyThe goal line twice after hammering featured rules which ,are given below. Expectant r

Every cpllege at the University I their way to within their oppon- rushets are advised! i.-

. his been attractively represented. which drill Thursday morning ents ,twenty yard line. Superior Judging by reports from sport. learn them before the rush rem@.,
included
r besides the manualof ing writers, the game in New Or- off.
: the'college
duplicate in miniature of
A arms, the Florida generalship aided by a .
more important move-
leans last week was one of the The battle for this shottU
buildings with an illumined_ ments of company and platoon triple-pass play, put Duncan over hardest fought games that Tu'anc! be one of the best yet Y.tr RaM
j map of the state in the rear has drill, has been declared by thosein the line both '
with the ball for ever experienced, and one the intensity will be out for revenge. .t year
: [excited much comment among the ; a position to judge,to be the best touchdowns and victory. The of which we our selves lit- they rushed the Sophs ar.d threatened .

Spectators who have viewed :t. t drill period so far. It may well be game was won only by hard fighting tle realize. Newspaper comment the old flag more than once

[Ribbon streamers leading from i supposed that the cool' weather against a desperate opponent paints in glowiag colors the tre. but the Sophs upheld tacit: -fignfty

I each college building on the i has something to do with it, and through an afternoon marked with mendous power of the 'Gator of- by fighting of the invnders f.f

. [campus to red, yellow, and green I now that it is with us for a while, wintry blasts, such as have rarely fensive and the gruelling fight that the required Jength of time t

[lights on the map indicated th. great progress is expected in the been seen so far South. was played for more than two The following Flag flush Rule

various correspondence study and immediate future.In In the first quarter the Petrols hours before a crowd of thousand I have been adopted by the Junior

j institute classes established an effort to in'prove.the-ap* line weakened under the Gator offensive of enthusiastic football fans. It Class. These rules havt Yf'th-

(throughout the state by" the Extension pearance of the battalion all cadet -but did not break, and it brings home to us with greater be approved by Dr. Murphree anJ

I Division. officers have been measured was not until the second period emphasis the fact that we hav should any changes be: made notfo

A total of six thousand studentsare -for--tailor- made. uniforms These. that Florida aided by a penalty, one of the greatest teams in the. will be given through the column' 3 i
[ now being carried on the !x>ok.*' have been delivered and, in ap4 scored the first touchdown. Againin entire South. capable *f heWlot; its of the Alligator.I. .

[of the Extension Division. and this pearance, equal anything that the fourth quarter Duncan re- .own at any time. LEGIBILITY .
[shows that it is one of the big could be desired for praetkfil wear. ceived a pass and dashed eighteen The; New Orleans "Times.I'jcayune (1) All Freshmen: \ .

[departments of the college. The R. O. T. C. Battalbr of the yards around left end for the final says: '"Battered down to buta (a),All men in attendance ai

The University exhibits are University now has the best dressed score. Newton missed a drop kickin hollow shell of her normal the University who are registered!

[housed in one building and their corps of cadet officers in the the try for point on the first strength, Tulane valiently but in the 'Freshmen' Cl*** of any eoV

[arrangement has drawn much South, excepting none. Inr et I touchdown and failed on the try vainly tried to stave off the vicious leg.

(praise. The uniformity of the to complete the clothing couipment; I after the final score. onrushes of the powerful Florida (b) All men taking sub-Freeman '-

[booths and the decorations have of the others in the battalion Intricate passes with Captain Alligators yesterday at the Tu. work. '

[been another feature so that the J blouses are now being issued and I Duncan dashing around right end lane Stadium and fell to defeat ((2) Sophomores:

[University is getting much well- wall bo worn to drill next Tuesday I to take the ball proved the down- by a score of 27-6. The 'Gators (a) All men attending the University

merited publicity. I November 28. fall of the Petrol eleven who could hammered the lighter Greenbacksinto who are registered in the.
__ The R. O. T. C. shields have cripples at straight and operated Sophcmore Class Of any college.b .
trick resulted
I not decipher the and -
Record EnrollmentsYale been received at the storcrxun ani in both scores. Every inch that an aerial attack that completely ( ) All men who were Freshmen
will be distributed with the I baffled the game Shaugh- or sub-Freshmen last year and ,
Florida gained was bitterly contested
Princeton, and Harvard blouses. These shield! are to beneatly Floridi ness A giant in stature and hard who are not Included in Se tfo,.
by and
hue record enrollments this year and permanently sewed on I hard Ogelthorpe it win as a rock, Dickson' repeatedlysent (a). '
was put to to theirI
shirt the middle of the the youngsters of the Olive
[with more students than any of to the in twelve point decision. Goaded by : II. TUft
teem! have had before. The en- left pocket, and on *l-e blouse four i the vision of suicide schedule and Blue to the sidelines with. (1) The time of the. Flag :p.O.li

|rollment at Yale is 3,445 a: II inches from the b.)'tom tf lb< ; and their late series a of disheatrening clean t.aekles-DHklc.n tackled shall be Saturday, ,Dee. 9th, at

Princeton 2,184 and at Harvard: right sleeve. Other announcej j defeats the and gave interference to his backs two-fifteen (2:16) p, m, +
6.255. Continued on page four I Ogelthorpe put up r Continued on I'ajte Eight ,(Continued on page 8)
greatest fight of its season. I
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GATORSCIJESTSoF.nmioectAmsEaOF I pass forty yards from the Petrol !i BUCKLEY WON FIRST PLACE IN CROSS
goal Jme and paved the.way for !

J the first Gator score. Newts 1 1I'

COMMERCE I IN PENSACOLAVHILE I' made plunges several off tackle gains and by earned hriJtiallt the ;' COUNTRY RUN; ARTS AND SCIENCE I

J baH steadily up the field Cam t tI -
RETURNINGFROMGAMEWITH} TULANE I proved a terror by sweep; | COLLEGE TEAM IS FIRST TO FINISH "

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I[COACH KLINE ENJOYS I more yardage. A penalty kaKay 'i| BUCKLEY, DICKEY AND:
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DR. HOLMES LEADS
STATE ROTARIANS : to the goal line because of too energetic
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I WATER I GILROY ARE FIRST
FIRST SALT t playing by Cot M of the :

DIP CHAMPION; STUDENT I: Petrols chance and gave a triple Florida pas her to DmeSvi first OPEN! FORUM,! INGYMYEBME5DAY 1! THREE-TO- ..rr PINSII

Florida Men In PensacolaAre I was carried eight yard for the > Art and Science Men Get
Res jnsible for LOAN FUNDWILL '
I first seeN. |! : Cup for Winning Teams; + ?

Entertainment ; The final score cute after Don- ;! t Medals For Men

When the 'Gators- were + i f AMOUNT TO A MILLION i can bad passed fray midf icld t* j jPonteroy. DR. HOLMES HAD PUT j --_. !
WORTHY i Ogfetnorpe then tmtf mrf i if I Boifmt .Ifcsckrty cf lees Ag Cohen.
ba a. from their great victory score ; LOANS FOR DAYTONA FORUM ON
I a five-yard_penalty and D* eaa : the rdiridfco: iriaini! hi tfc* u
Tnjtne: they did not return ,!- STUDENTS f TilE MAPA
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galloped around tie ed far all f lTd
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erw s. t&mp&r nrr yesterday
swdiate, to Gainesville. At ei 'k J i
y the state are eighteen yard ran and saueMewe [ i *ftrofton. Tr., An ..4Sewne
o'doek SurdayonI IIg thy a1"J J TOe Rotariaaa of t Wcpr and better pf+gram,
.
'after baying received the been 09a f Uam win the r.1pr
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rived! in Pen acola. where tie apeC I j IiBg in a wh4e-bt' w'et' J' caMDintid with record jtttmiutrt j t
tip pas froBiFORUM eowt&B.f' a I r .. tie lint ft\\t\\ g* tr, KfwK .. l Itr
4\ car! was; ritentU add farI dw ,I ,dish to rain a .$I. r I r
wsNAifMsde.tss : of..tll'1"die order e* thing team vast th* tine
of
clay i food for tile benefit r
The team was net and ear rtul 1 d dI d die state wisp aaeri.asaesey f' PROGRAM i iI last Wednesday evening at As 1 j jOfCK : kie?" woe eut over IE- fry III ;
I tfc* F'girewnx: College iff a
I tkF f'E FOTSM meeting aW in the
I tkroj bou: the day ny inimbrf r to HMt-ff OS j j ,
; : f> eft .n th" h. larkdr.d
; -.rr1''a' t
.c tae) i the ...WtTWprapeMd/. a.1"Wa frtremnner sd :
>. Junior: QLasnber of Casa at tP w jwtf a | .
For yard; tW rm> ,- the tl'-L
b that ... f Program Meeting Wednesday. [ >
| leer'-e. ma-v of wbom an oLi I plan If the fcrterestitjc 1 profrrair-, that ar- 1 ff ..
{ Diefcty lararitxt jest a y
w
.a.I- November 29 1922
| Florida mer. First tney were : Rotaria :ndI" fc> :a $1 ,
' t tI be l r .. be pen in tile tie behind Eoekiry. (,'::r<>y ti t8.:1:
"todtwaieii
take of may
:1 ear to the S.. Canoe : lar Week
I Hotel oetritrtst ail'' t.-."' 1. OpenRI Sony 1 ,- After the ingmg ef the Orange Law Co8.1Te took :',.rd pa! fe.
where they were served a paid for : or on "
' very sat:rfyi.g IIN faat. After malt plan of fog down and 1i % Reading.-Maude: Biiebne. I an { B111e the eoacia: nrogran be" :, n. t4 er mgr WrA fib.
: : t pit1M first __her was a the e.v se fire Crmrr., Pre Vtaee.e, t
three yearsWe : 3. :Sate.
i brealfahe with thY'etceptii = a for
#
team I year 57-' t j par .... by Mfrs Grapes wltkrwas : Bee, J. 1. Sit .a&iTV"'" J. p. War
Rotarian Mea '
:.r i .f Dickson who was a is 4nnetry Reading-Thelma PAl n. .
1itL interested m tgrowt..% i thorwBXfciy enjsy'.d by thestudents. J Ten ...arvis. Aftaa end M T-
ttn -ey the weather from hiseiter.s t one 3.
PJr- Mwrie The sperms ......her wa ier. ,
:
nt af the I'
: west ->f the day before. .dvaftc a state 'wo
.... bcat-rfdr chase the tock. M>"ey ni c. Rbadhig-GaneUe Corfcett. vocal solo by )II'. Grr. wf> B+1dr1ey, Y"'Y. ("" inny. a'al k.
athe u.r-sts C'
j j< ; I .. .. ,
c"Ctwtuioed 7. Little i Wrm-- r----, are ?V" 'eat r4d o- -'- m
C 1ft- Bar A r :. THC war .- 1.tfl i this way will be iouri !o Adthreby some pr.aeietAtspeaker. a'lg"T agw (> r
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I I: ++ ALUMNI' NEWS : JEYER GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA .Fli

See a bird
+ B. W. AMBSM. + Who always ."Io :j'

+ W. OVERSTREET + Drinks but .;
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Dances but EVERYTHING VAL!
I >- .::z 4 'if DanD
: Florida. '-> Always stags, : |
t' In recent daily publications we ":' : :,
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l 1 }ave noticed what determined efforts '00 John W. Blanding is hviJ1g I A typical : In a ?tIade-T8.Measure Suit. Best Workmanship, Best r t .

the business men of the in Fort :Myers, Fla., and i isAcashier Lounge LizzarJ favorable prices-Suits $22 to $50 Tailor
t t Tics and most Iadt
state are putting forth in trying of the Lee County Bank, Title and Who wears his ;. "A
and
Alternig
Cleaning, Pressing
f. : to help send ambitious and worthwhile Trust Company. 'Soup and fish"Like Vi
men to our University. We '19 H. H. McCallum is general Wallie Reid, PHONE 511
I f': tiorroy
cannot think other than that this manager of the Fuller's Bearth Thinks no more .
; DAl\fATO-TAILOR
: t s II great idea was originated by some Plant at Jamieson Florida. of a nickel NICK "(

; J; f Florida alumnus, and that, with J. N. Watkins, is now located at than his right r SOUTH SIDE OF SQUARE _W"e

\ : 1 the aid of other patriotic alumni, I Key West, Florida. Mr. Watkinswas Hand?

'll he has succeeded in placing it before B. S. C. E., 1921. Jever l1ns.pre.
:;> r 1 the minds of other good and Mr. L. A. Hogarth, B. S. E. E

f c 'I i;; i progressive business of the state. 1922 is now connected with the Hon. Perry G. Wall will havein -I

; !, Such a vital movement as the Fhrk Southern Utilities Company at one of the coming issues of A

t b k;; :f I ida Rotarians ,have made certainly \ West Palm Beach Fla. the Alligator, an article on the COLSON STUDENT ROOMING HOUSES>

'f means progress, unlimited progress Mr. A. B. DeWolf, B. S. E. E., tax reform that is being advocatedfor nig1
1 Florida.1 1922 is with the Southern Utilities feel that this will
OJ towards a greater this state We
{. ...i t 1r f j Company at Stuart, Florida. be of vital interest as the Florida Nice rooms, twin beds, large closets, running tion;

I :. Mr. D. L. Leisher, B. S. C. E. Alumni always behind movements calm
; t When the U. of F. band accompanied are with shower baths and
f the football team to Tampa 1922, is at present located at Wa- for the good of the state. water in every room den

'r i on November 11, they played a basso, Florida. The article will contain much valuable sleeping porches. Opposite Science Hall Set den

r'r ; J'! short concert for the radio broad- information which all intelligent trtC. :

s I J j fasting station of the Tampa LANCE RICHBOUG who was coachof voters should know. DICK STANLY, Agent, at Mrs. Ramsey's ,
Richbourg,
Lance
I' t t. Daily Times. Several inquiries J
the Gator baseball team last Patronize Gator Advertisers
a ;' !I! from and comments by alumni onof

l J' throughout the state have reached season, has been offered the position .- .- ---
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.,: w here, describing just the feeling as coach = oPl
or sensation they experienced I University baseball team for the 6 + + + + + + + + + 1 I ale
1I
? when they heard the band play 1923 season. I
r Orange and Blue. Whatsoever an Richbourg, who has been a stu- PLAYER PIANOS! PLAYER PIANOS!! go<

f '. alumni doeth, he never loses the dent here for four years, receivedhis I shlinl
the close of .
B. S. at
Degree
f.: old Florida spirit and enthusiasm.
I last year and is now a student in ,.
', jt I Distributors for the famous KRANICH & BACI .
; 1k. I, the Iowa State University, Amea, i We are u.tt
k. Reports from Jacksonville say Iowa, where he is taking up advanced and WURLITZER PIANOS and PLAYER PIANOS. Le
1 }{ that a large number of alumni
work as a vetinarian. rolls. We also state-widi
have visited and are visiting the us furnish you with player are m:
While in school here he always
University exhibits at the State FLA. U. BOYS- distributors for HOLTON BAND INSTRUMENTS aw sofr
; took an active part in athleticsand
!. J Fair, and that they have highly especially baseball. He was LEEDY DRUMS. Write for Catalog.M. .
praised the fine showing the exhibitions : -
,
, several times a member of the

''.. are -making. Athletic Board and a member of L. PRICE MUSIC COMPANYTampa ftfc
the Budget Committee as well as fcd
Brandon Castle, who was a student in other This is Your StoreYou' -, .
taking an active part many d.el
at the U. of F. before the and Zack Streets TAMPA, FLORID]!
"
activities the
student on campus.
; and who since the 111it
World War, ,
he
For the past two years was
.. : war, has been in the government coach of the baseball squad, and r e Welcomehere University Representative, W. J. Cody A
1 hospitals overcoming injuries sustained
his outstanding ability as a coachis
in the fight has turnec:1'i :
r vouched for by the wonderful
( to the University end is enrolledin record that his team made last when in Tam-
in the College of Law. fSSHB2ffiffiffifBB2 55 i
j season in defeating some of the
.' Charles P. Lovell is at
87
!fi
I best teams in the South and defeating -
I i! present Adjutant General of the Yale University by a score paWhen you need !fifi I
\' Military Department of the State !
of three to two in a twelve inning (
of Florida. It will be remembe'eil !fiI

1: f :'' \i i that Mr Lo/el, accrmpanied; the game. Clothes we'll be glad] HEADQUARTERS 1t 1f

: l' fI I Governor on hiss; t here last year The Alumni of the University of

1 I on the day of the laying: of the Florida should feel indeed grati- i I A For Men's Furnishings
1' : cornerstone of the new Administra- fied that the Experiment Station to serve you. n 1l 1 1.i 1i

1 : i! tion building. has succeeded in finding a controlfor fifi
I '15 J. L. Rearm is engaged in the boll weevil. The Depart- Boys we have the right gods at the right priced Drop iI ;JI

i ,_ : the tobacco packing and selling industry ment of Agriculture and the Experiment (

;. 'II. at Quincy, Florida. Mr. Stations all over the
: Hearin is vice-president u.' the fi
for
South have been working year;
'J 11 i Alumni Association of the University on this problem. It is indeed quitea WOLF BROTHERS !
t of Florida. ''miYi
feather in our cap to have solved
'22 Walter Scott Yates .s prin- it.

: cipal of the Tate Agricultural ,!fi: Ifi

.t School at Gonzales, Florida. Mr. The staff intended to printe the Tampa .1 i Iy! ; }

Yates graduated in B. S. A.'E. last names of all the old grads that i A. -----;-
C. SMITH & CO.
,,: a year, and he has done exceedingly were in Tampa for the Florida-

": well to have attained his present Mississippi game, but there were I fifi .
position in so short_ a time. But so many of them that we find it SOUTH SIDE SQUARE--

' we didn't expect less of Yates. ispossible. There were Floridamen l!:

l' '12 Martin Luther Mershon is all over that town, we met Iy;

practicing law in Miami and is a many of them ourselves, but to !
I y;
member of the Atkinson, Evans put out a list of them would belike !5 .
I and Mershon law firm. compiling another Alumni ,ii- + + + + + + i + + + l RRRRRRE&fKRffiffiffif

P ; I '15 Benjiman L. Solomon is rectory. We thank you for your
practicing law in Mariana, Flori- spirit and
da. Recent your support Arrivals, Alumni. Jl !ffiffiffiraraHW! ! !fi! !fififi! !iiY1! !fi! !fifi! !fifi! Y; Ri

t '13 John Luther Godwin is at I James Clifton Geo. P. KinchenD.

4 present located in Birmingham Cutts, W. B. Swain, Oscar M. I MEET ME AT .

Alabama, where he is handling Stagers, Albert Z. Jones, all of I i
i, claims and vocational training of whom will be futura tillers of !ffiK it
disabled ex-service men and Mother Earth. t
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t women. '{
'14 Robert Lee Goulding is now NOTICE MILLER'Sy

located in New Smyrna, Florida. The job department of the Alligator ti
I He is the principal of the New is prepared to do your y; .

Smyrna High Schools. work for you. Any job you need y .
I. James F. (Jeff) Miller is will be given the best of atten- We Are At Your Service
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Gymnastic Instructor in the Kansas tion and appreciation by us. See
City, Missouri schools. I or write the business manager. jg No Place Like Home and Miller's

'11 George Leslie Howard is !s

;1 postal railway clerk at Trilby, Patronize Gator Advertisers w
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Dance. Woman's Club-Formal. Following' the program, the .' ... .. ." ";,: 4
critic, Russel ; .oF '
I King, rendered a '
Clnb Program"Armenia.Z. ... ) .i. .
very complete and criti-
Ag helpful STEIN CLOTHES
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M. Pirenian. I .. '
I cism, stressing especially, the desirability \ ." *
and Flute duet-Selec of .
Violin eliminatipg, so far "" ;

tions.-H. M. Smith, W. H. Pome- I I as and possible notes. the use of manuscripts 4.- $30 $35 $45 ..

roy."Overseas with the submarines." I!I ; ::

_W. B. Fox."Cnnent events-C.. C. Col- Program J: Specially designed for the straight slim figures of Varsity men-tailored '

Nor 28Debate to look as good in the showdown as they do in he showcase. Some of the .
lins. : Resolved that the New finish with belt. :
models have inverted-pleat backs that a
Zealand system of taxation of .
AG ClubA real estat should be adopted in Some have bellows shoulders; also belted. Some hare patch pockets that t.

large at number the Ag of Club students, Monday were the United States. batten through, ether patch pockets are plain. Some are tw. button. Some \! ". .: ; ;
present Aff: C. R. Tweedell, A. W. I button. : '. ;:: .
three
night, it being the quarterly election are .
Saarinen.
of officers. Those elected to All in all it's a showing that reveals the finest in fabrics and finished make- : ;h
the offices for the next two Nev.: A. C. Basch Monroe | i I
fill Campbell, Jr. nxinship. Extra value is, of course, to be expected. < ;
months were, R. S. Dowdell, president .
.
II. .
Talk "American Aviation Its .
; G. A. Martell, vicepresident : }
; 0. R. Davis, secretary and Progress and Future," by W. J. +t. Super-Fine Ederheimer-Stein Suits at Fifty and Sixty Dollars ''E'_ .

treasurer; H. S. Wilson, cirtk, an 1 Johnston. I. .,,; -,,'!" :

C. 0. Bratley, reporter. I. .
a short talkon Club EVERYTHING MEN AND BOYS WEAR zy .; O
J. W. Royer gave Peabody .. '- ;- .
the bacterological departmentof After a breezy business session .
the Ag. College, stressing the that lasted about fifteen minutes, I" :
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opportunities open to men trained and that grew more threatening I e !
along this line. every minute, a wrench was 1 Porter.
"Rat," Tice told of the value of thrown into the storm wheel byI.I. '.. .
good roads to the country. He :Mr. Towles when he made a mo- J 1 +(
showed very clearly that a farming tion to postpone the regular proj;j i.i igram : i
Co.
community could not prosper for the evening and devote I! 4 Clothing ,, :
unless it had good roads on which the remaining time to learning !I. .

the produce could be handled. football signals for the opproaching i. ,. ':
Prof. Rogers made a few remarks game. The motion was carried ". : '. ...
on the State Fair in Jacksonville and the men eagerly gathered to J JACKSONVILLE CORNER BAY AND LAURA _' .,.. .
he having just returned the front. Mr. Hait as leader of the 1 ". $' -:$ ()

from a trip there fixing the Agriculture :- football squad gave the signals i, .
exhibit. requesting every man to learn j I.
Asst. Coach Norton called A t. them at once. t .
football practice, beginning Tuesday The prospects for a winning I 4 .
afternoon, at 3:30. He stressed team from the teachers college are '14 t

the fact that those coming out bright. The one thing needed is '!:- ",,."."........ .. ....+...9. ..........
must expect to work, as what the practice. Every man is urged to
Ag team wants is fighters.The be out from 4 to 6 p..m. every I r
meeting adjourned to initiate day except Sunday. :, "

teh incoming o'J.cers.; Tandy's 1923 Opponents I i !l

1 FARR LITERARY SOCIETYThe Vanderbilt's 1923 schedule 'will
special feature of the Farr be one of the most ambitious ever I iard :

Litt program was a talk by Dr. attempted by the Commodores.
. C. L. Crow on "The Mexican Po- Georgia Tech, Michigan, Georgia, I
; litical Situation," in which he Texas, Tennessee and Sewannee I
traced the development of Mexico are practically certain.
from its exploration and settlement Georgetown, Tulare, Washington I paving brick are so
through all of its political and Lee, and several other "E CON 0 MY VITRIFIED
have asked for a place on they are practically
gyrations, down to its present teams in highway I ex-

government. He dwelt especiallyon # the Commodore roster in the penditires results immune from the grinding, '
the civilization of :Mexico stadium.
ancient
the characteristic characteristics when a highway type tearing forces of traffic. They are

of the Indians, and their effect ....-- Tech's Yellow Jacket --.. is bulk which. will that
has made its last the so tough
on the Mexico of today; giving The Yellow Jacket longest, cost
a complete description of the debut for the school year of 1923. least for repair, not VITRIFIED

customs of the country, its educational I The Yellow Jacket the comic necessitate: frequent
status, and incidentally, magazine of Georgia Tech, is recognized closing of the road
the Mexican's oponion of the as one of the leading
to traffic to accomplish
United magazines in the South, and last
States.
and quite such repair,and C a
popular
Along the same line, and to year was very {
some extent suplementing Dr.Crow's successful. This year is the second will furnish a hard,
debate "Re that the Yellow Jacket has smooth, sanitary and
talk
was a :
I and the indications aN durable surface for
published
States
solved, that the United
should recognize the present Mexican that it will be a very successfulone. all kinds of traffic, PAVEMENTSwellbuilt

government;' in which the light, medium and
.
1 f Negative carried off the laurelsby Technique. heavy. Building resist for years (often

a two to one vote; Geo. Brook, it that Lapce roads of amaterial twenty.five, thirty, or more) the .
Jr., and W. A. Cleveland being Dame Rumor has
the winners, and J. W. Usher anl Richbourg, now in school at Ames, and on afoundation repeated shocks of swiftly-moving I

L. W. Ingram, the losers. Both: 1 Iowa, will return to coach the which, and vehicles. I
netx while low mile heavy
sides showed a thorough mastery Gator baseball squad year. per

"t ----- .- .----. of first cost, is Hardness and toughness account
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for the durability of brick pavements -
and wears out before
the bond issues for as well as their low cost ofit
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have expired, is maintenance and repair. Vitrifiedthe
CLOTHING SHOES AND t costliest work a
t people ever did." brick pavements are inexpensivepavements

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FURNISHINGS Editorial: March IS. 1m
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II THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR PLANT BOARD HAS i ALL COLLEGESIN I man himself without with exceptionTide one of t14t these.'i!!


i !I DISCOVERED CON i TRAINING FOR t straps. The price is 011,
and
cents it
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so imp
Emtered as second class matter, September 29, 1912, at the Post-
uniformity in
-.! office at Gainesville, Florida, under the acts of March 3, 18' 9. I TROLBOLLVEEVIL t FOOTBALL SEASON that every man appeal'aDte have Ot; .

I some arrangement with..
within the
FREDERIC H. LANGWORTHY ____.._........_...Jitor-in-Chief Geo. D. Smith, Asst. Entomologist I J I The schedule of annual Florid inter them for anyone companies who u'-
football of I
ROBERT WRAY __._.-._.-_-_____._Managing Editor Gives Method of which college will be played games immediately ford a fifteen cent purchase.:

HUBERT WEEKS ____.._____...._.______...Assistant Managing Editor I ControlDue after the regular season, begin In the class rooms the Se*

R. A. CARLTON _____..__..___._.____...:..._..___._._Sport EditorW. ning Decembev 4tb;has ben made Sophomore and Freshaea k

RUSSELL KING ______.____________-Make-up EditorK. to the efforts of Mr. GeorgeD. OQ t. taken up new subject The

,i. K. HANSEN ________u_____:______.__._..........__._________Joke Editor Smith, assistant entomologistof These clashes which are named iors have finished with A t
; FRANK ELMORE, EDGAR BUSBEE ______ Society Editors the Florida State Plant Board under minor sports'have all pos tration after taking a t G
I examination tiJl
; ;f BW.. AMES ___________________.________.Alumni. Editor a method has been! discovered by sibilities showing' some spectacular ject.question Captain Atkinson on ,
W
weevil maybe and scientific playing among o
;, )I. W. OVERSTREET ...._....__.....___.....__.. Asst. Alumni Editor I which the cotton boll the of each college, who are charge of the class is new fe
.i _' N. D. St. JOHN .__________._._-._____Exchange Editor effectively controlled.The not able men to go out for either var- ing with the Freshmen OB 0

Virgil M. Bradshaw .r.__...._.._._...____.*..__._________--___..____Military Editor 'Florida Method of Boll sity or Freshman teams. Last Markmanship which they hetyf

:Reporters i Franklin, West, G. H. Bee, W. Emmons, B. Gamble, Weevil Control," is simple. It consists year the whole campus talked up just started. Captain Ama >

? E d d "eier, Don C. Booth, R. E. Glenn, C. D. Keen, G. A. Martel. J. D.I of clearing the cotton weevis fieldearly the brainy work of each college's take charge of the Seakn
in June, of all adult stars and muc1fintare3t was a thorough course in Tactics.]

(Cr S&ert, .'- : by dusting with lead or calcium shown in their du 13. This season Junior class is still JaborlE, ea
II IIt more men are cutler places and Field Engineering under Ct be'nd
.J f HORACE WILSON. .__ _____:-:____ __________.Business Manager I look for more prizes is very bright some rattling football should re Bains. The Sophomore claSs?

f J D. A. RAMBO _-____________..Assistant Business Manager and it is possible that the sweaters suit zOne der Captain Van Fleet are bej
,, '"J I awarded to the varsity players week from next Monday, ning a course in the Auto g.
will be a gift of the student body December 4th, the Teachers will Rifle which will lead up to let
1 ; FIGHTING SPIRIT AND DYING SPIRIT through the exchange instead of meet the Lawyers in the first firing with that weapon. u

:t f : Bonje_ujxra the breeze of newspaper comment from distant having to solicit from outside (Continued on Page Eight)

I New Orleans* echoes of the struggle staged there between "Florida" sources. DR. HOLMES LEADS 0$) c
f This exchange is essentially a arsenate at the rate of 5" to 7 FORUM IX GYM WEDNESfc Du
4 i and Tulane have reached the ear of the "Alligator" and, brief deserves the !
and
student activity
pounds acre, and at the same
"they are;!have given us a small idea of the intensity and the intending per
S h; as first consideration of students time, of destroying their eggs and I (Continued from Page Qr0 *
I : terrific. strength of the 'Gator offensive before which Tulane's far- to make any purchase in larvae by picking'the first squares of Mine." Thc University

' : flung. battle line crumbled and fell. We see through the eyes of the line of goods that it carries. formed. This leaves the cotton was present and played se te f
>r Florida tide at There are similiar exchanges in a plants free to develop and j
; : the sportingjvriters an invincible tearing savagely squares selections. pIe
the. dikes;" with a broken battered remnant of Tulane's best heroically great many of the other schools Of bolls without weevil interferencefor After the musical part tf A. of
; I where there is a large Reserve the succeeding six or eightwt
' ;! : r; I throwing themselves into the breach time after time, only ficer's Battalion and they are program was over. Mr. Yl tOT
egs. The poison is best applied co1
!!! :' to be swept aside by the onrushing surf. Doubtless it was a revelation growing both in size and importance with a good hand duster. introduced the speaker of then

f ''t j! to those who saw the game; from the 'dust clouds of that to the school and student I Having disposed of over-winter ning, Dr. R. S. Holmes, of fc dtra'

,' '1 torn field at New Orleans, spectators saw the spirit of the coming body. The University of Florida weevils and their progeny no additional tona Forum, who spoke upon the "*(% till
and Its Advantages. 1
Exchange is just beginning but it
, i "Florida" arise and onward to victory, indomitable and un weevils of any consiquence
sweep began his talk with
a rather
is bound to succeed as much in the will into the field before ad
conquerable. Tulane saw it, and bowed before the inevitable; the future as it" has since it began.It the annual come migration which takes I idea which was that if o&e-ti

; critics and the journalists saw, and glimpsed in those brief two is going to help make a Greater I place about August 1. I I Itt or more of the student would pada

J : hours the glory that is but the beginning of "Florida's" greatness. Florida. I has long been known that I questions on his lecture Whet
victorious 'Gator band. Back of the boll weevils be had finished, he would give ai
Yet we see not only a I can effectively 1
r II lar with which to buy flowenh,
headlines we see a picture of the heroism and courage of the Tu- r- ----I poisoned preceeding the appearance i I Mrs. White who flL flit tot
__ was
L of the first but the last i I
squares
t lanians and a description of their valiant fight of which any team I II i I of the over-winter weevils do not ', tunately not enough respondth

; may well be proud. The Times-Picayune says: "Battered down to! t emerge from their hibernating |I Dr. Holmes kept his dollar 1 as

but a hollow shell of her normal strength Tulane gallantly but I '4(4( tf I tI quarters until several days after !! Holmes spoke upon the advam

4 '; vainly tried to stave off the onrushes of the Florida Alligators. f the cotton plants begin square I and the disadvantages to be f,

i I : However, the Greenies never stopped trying for a minute, and although formation. I rived from attending the fp
With 90 per cent of a normal Forum. It developes keen cdM ba1
hopelessly beaten and facing an injury on almost every
!
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Top. of upland cotton assured as I thinking, and promotes intent
1 i offensive ,they fought to the last ditch." Then toward the end ot far as weevil demage is concerned, public affairs and national H

r f the last quarter: "Florida brought the ball to the one-yard line I a return of cotton culture in Florida tics. He traced the growth tit

I when the Greenies' battered and torn line fought desperately and is certain. I Forum from the days of i. nF

took the ball over." original Forum in Rome, itii
CADET OFFICERS IN TAILOR cline, and its reestablishmett i
Thus we seethe spirit with which Florida won, and the spirit I MADE f
UNIFORMS NOW the present day, especially 1
with which Tulane lost. Although the laurels go to the 'Gators,! America and interuniversities.In

yet we must take off our hats to that broken foe which would not I Continued from page cn: I Closing Dr. Holmes laid t t

quit:; to that handfull of brave fighters who battled blindly, desperately -i merits may be made at drill Tuesday the Forum would teach by e

in the face of certain defeat. "And it isn't the fact that! about placing. the shield on I changing views with those *
the
T ; you're beaten that counts," says an old poem, "But only: how did} Hat blouse. of differ These Open Forma raings
"R-r-roll Out! straps leather which
held Wedaed
I you die?" We of Florida can pridefully say that we have died I were ordered for the battalionsome I are every

I I game in the past, and now we render the same tribute to the Green-! I time ago have been received evening dent will in the the Gym and no II
1 regret time he zpea
j battle that the victor I hikers! There's a at the Post
of
r j wave team. It is from the dust-clouds Exchange and are now in attending them.
I X crispness and tang to 4
strides forth, but from the same cloud may ultimately arise the
the air! YTx!for a hike! A
f vanquished foe, beaten, but brave to the last. From the dust of j I pair of knickers ....... !t
[ '' : snug cap a ........ .... ..
; the Florida-Harvard game arose the vanquished 'Gators, now to i( and a sports sweater do the
. ; emerge from New Qrleans crowned with the laurel. Fighting;! trick! And talking about BOYS WHEN YOU BUY SEED BE SURE TO GET THEY 1

; spirit that will not say die, and the dying spirit exemplified by Tulane sweaters we've a limited -FROM- I 4I.
J Florida at Cambridge is he father of number of beauties at rock- :
and
; at New Orleans by j THE SEMINOLE SEED
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bottom prices! Also c&ps. COMPANY
all. GAI'iESVILLE9 I
fl. And knickers! FLORIDA

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gives "Florida" several tributes :
A New' Orleans newspaper
Navy and Orange
S
relative to the Harvard game of November 4th. It says: "Newtonis =1

t j' a player capable of worrying any team in the country. Against Slip-Over Sweaters --I

tl i' Harvard; Newton returned the initial kick-off from his own five- i II II I 4t

: S'*? yard line to Harvard's thirty-five yard line. According to eyewitnesses 10.00

M"1 'I it was only because Harvard dropped two men back to I UNIVERSITY MEN {

1'i'\ safety that Newton was prevented: from crossing the Crimson goal i : 4

Kne. Doty and Robinson at tackle were praised by Eastern I < 4

t sport writers for their work against Harvard. Doty was called the i Demand, Value and style j 4

t. best tackle seen in the East. We knew that Florida would be remembered Stratford and Society Brand Clothe J 4r

; in the orth.HI I
i Society Brand Clothe *
:>> i Hanan Show, Manhattan Shirty KB.X Hats
last week. He I Are featured lines is the Ofddeoe Store.Ma .
.J: that Newton made an SO-yard pass in the game

HI probably saw greater things than that from Newton in the gameagainst Ii i Orders:: a SpeoWt T. -. ';1
11 And when we think of what New- -
j; Oglethorpe yesterday. See Our Agent '.". '.' :
ton will do next year we run out of "words.'MILITARY i :
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DBPABTMBF S-Kfee commodities, night be par- Prank Evans and '. 7" : _/ -:
I tile students, giving :
3 POST EXCHANGE chasedthat by E I
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' of examiningraai
rivies
W lie Morgan i
Tac B. G. T. C. Post Exchange a large aotortmeat of U.aenra1 .
til rrldd began bovine* see after "standard* ciaapaaies'goods. -,-- 1
16 Thomas HaHHAEVEYS
the beginning of the aehool year --- --. J
IB a decided aoteeaa,*o says Major Tbe TOifczngs of the exehag t
;Yam Fleet, wao flcoi saw the need are entirely eo-opexathro which HENRY- --c '-
for aa exchange and took the first aaboi die stadeat body 6e ..... (SDDiaiS GLQIHING CO. i

ateps ia organiiiBg one heft The 4tt. every p' re se is... .
purpose of the exebange is to provide t ,.. profits are returned in pries T.aA.. FLORIDA
on tae COMBOB a store at fill sort Which an being of- 24 Forsyth; SLJACKSONYILLE

, ..1IW1 sdaadezd atWetic goods I .... .. iredy as tint profits of FLA. 4
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A I, GATORS GUESTS OF JUNIOR "Florida man. for publicity, the Pensacola JOl1rD'r-

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE IN I Much credit is due to the "Flor al sent their. feature writer: W. C. :01 !
PENSACOLA ida" men in Pensacola fo: the Jones to interview the team on :
WHILE RETURNING
SPORTS fine way in which the; are supporting the way to New Orleans, and kept
FROM GAME WITH
i their Alma Mater in this Mr. Perricola with the team thru

TOLANE city. For the entertainment ten- their stay there. As Prof, Reed- '
dered the team we have many to said at dinner; "This is the first .
i 'r"...>.miied from Page 11
I thank. The entertainment com- time a University of Florida foot-
ned them across the bay to San mittee of the Junior Chamber of ball team has ever stopped in

I Rosa Island,where everybody went j Commerce consisted of :Messrs. Pensacola.. It certainly is not the
Skorty Says the ItSO Coast Line train on Mon- (i ashore and walked across to look { Kennedy Perkins and Edreki. Aa last."
CS day is a fair indication, Florida I at the Gulf. The cool, rolling |

T ere was apparently a little should place an invincible baseball J cfcaerald-green and crystal cool I
Florida in New Orleans team on the field this j i .
much
I & year. waves were too great a tempta-i t
just as there was I
V t Saturday tion; nearly ever body went into

Gainesville. The wonderful, kicking of Dic .- the surf. Even Coach Kline, who j t W. N. A V ERA $
son, Newton, and Jones makes it had never been in salt water before t
t
jwo years ago Tulane was send. seem as though'timeout' oughtto overcame his timidity and 1. 4 .;

Cubs against Florida for a 14 I be called in order to let the ventured out waist-deep. He immediately Tailoring, Cleaning. Pressing Dyeing. Odorless dry cleaning 'We !

I win. Our 27 to 6 victory over ball get back" hitp the game. I became a convert. Af- I make all kind sof alterations, and repairing and give you f1.We
Orleans is an entire- terwards declared that either
New he I "
iD I dye to live. (( I
t J Afferent story. Edgar Joneg'kicked seven out I we must put the U. of F. on the e. --j_
of nine goals intpractice on Wed- I Gulf or bring the Gulf to Gaines- j

' Florida outfits should be nesday. 3 40 I ville.After 1 233 E. Main St. South. Phone 415 f
I. 1k II
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ear.ng pepper and salt suits to I luncheon at the San Carlos II fi

that they are well seasoned, From all accounts the team's i the party drove out to tha:

4k nj red pepper at that. stop-over in Pensacola on Sunday !I Naval Air Station, where as the I I
must have been a delightful af* ; guests of :Major McDonald and j ----

in fair. I: Capt. Mohan of the Coast Guard I FIRST METHODIST HuRcl.} .
Gators succeeded com-
lye they boarded a government cutter
I
e Wffig 1* out of 18 attempted :for- I I ride Gulf. The swells 9:40 Sunday School, H. O. Enwahl, Teacher of College Men's
The With every letter man back but for a on the It
rard passes against Tulane. one we should have a, wonderful I I I make some of our western friends I Class.Preaching. I IIII
fatal to the Green- f'
issbg proved basketball team.'this I I grab the railing several times. On '
One of Newton's passes to year. I 11:00 and 7:30. Ep orth League 6:30. I J
s. I the way back, the 'Gators were III .... ... t -
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40 yards, and --- ---- --
went for Congratulations* Cheer leaders, I I shown over Fort Pickens and instructed t tether to Newton netted 55 I the war-cry is good. in the firing of the aiuT

twelve-icch disappearing gun I t Popular Goods at Popular PricesBURKHIM'S a1-.:.
We usually give our opponents George H. Hodges became entranced I

Six thousand five hundred peoi credit for having,;the lire of least with the delicacy of the ,k
r it i saw the New Orleans tilt, one resistance. 4 huge machines and declared his I h .
I
_. which was Colonel R. D. New- immediate intention of joining the t -.

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ofcnel made the trip from Cam- on bettering her nextyear's Dinner at the San Carlos was fI I .. ,-- .

pe; Arkansas for the game and football schedule as the University an orgy of good grub and good I THE BEST LINE -

kav bs son in action for the first of Florida Gators are on speeches. Various pensacolans I i -

iae.3otal. it. were heard from including Presi II
1 dent :Melton of the Junior Chamber I In Students' Suits from '"*. ,s..

)Iit penalties amounted to 42 BUCKLEY WON FIRST PLACE of Commerce, President Marsh .
; of the Kiwanians' Club, Harry 22.50 UP
Tulane and 38 for Flori-
t. nrds for IN CNOSS COUNTRY RUN;
. Thompson, 1916 Florida man and
ca. ARTS AND SCIENIE COL- present State's Attorney for that MAAS, CLOTHIER, HABERDASHERTampa
.t LEGE TEAM: IS FIRST TO district and others. The toastmaster -
'lIt j Florida kicked more goals after *
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t*hdowns Saturday than the en- FINISHContinued was Tom Kennedy, an old FloridaKffifSSSSSSfSaSffiif L

lire .eason shows for the Greenies,
'! two. ( from Page 1) At a meeting of the Junior Class
I is their total so far is oily
1
for being the first four to :finish.To on Friday evening the Juniors

'" Owe Bie might have seemed Poe Cason. Bee and J. E. elected Steward pomel'9Y. Robhie

.r ell at the opening of the season Schabinger go the silver medalsJ. coaches Robinson of and the Junior Jack Mathers Class football *s S GATOR CAFETERIA |i

tat he has settled down remaTk&l P. Warren, Pendarvis Adams
;: team for the coming interclass AT COLLEGE INN I
bronze medals.Captain .
>ly and is playing a fine game. and Miller go the
uIi j Atkinson head coach 1 games.
CAFETERIA SERVICE !
| If football is at all contagious of the track team for next '!;prir? .
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2f !r e iatercollege affairs need be I I was starter for the race. Bill Fine Candies I Short Order Service __..m.. ._.........7:30 A. M.Mo 11 P. 31. xx
kiged, for the varsity and the Pepper and Jimmie Hudson were Auerbach's

. |Freshmen have shown us all howO I at the far end of the course to I IQeDORSEY MEAL TICKETS ___.............._.............._. ........__..___.____$4.25x 91

win, and only ties could result. watch the men and with CapL' Atkinson t & CO. !!

were judges of the race. I | A. A. ACKER, Prop. sarcjnfiijnjiiigMgigggg
If tie orange-throwing demonstration No times were taken for the t GROCERIES I !fi

held before the arrival of winners. .r.a- --

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C. :I And a stock of Thanksgiving goods in town right',now is
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rnyt .
1 -' e'r-e in here with a great big wish for Good Business 4I .g wish bones. ',<; h

I for The Alligator during the. year,'for Success to follow j: II TttJFF SED n


I all of the teams of the U. of-F. and health and happiness | i BURNETT T H J: CLOTHIER.


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+ + I 36 I Vidal Drug Company
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K. K. HANSEN J. F. BLATT J I
ATROCITIES : r That means one square potato. FOR DRUGS,. STATIONERY, TOILET ARTICLES
+ four slices of meat, 400 CARDS M
: square I CANDIES, SOUVENIR WATERMAN PENs "
square peas etc., but only 1-36 ofa
compared with 1-6 ofa
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + square pic ---- ------ -
I round pie beforehand. You see, .
therefore, your greatest gain is in t.
Out Weekly Limerick say noble feet?) when He gave 1.1"each THE UNIVERSITY BOOK STORE
peas, where, taking a pea as :
fellow
There was once a young Duncan his pedal extremities.
way, you get enough to com-
named Leigh, There is a story about them that small It Basement Language Hall
i pletely cover a plate. CrA
Who put out in a cat-boat to hasn't gotten out yet, but would will also be noticed that the t

Seigh; some day anyway, so it might as amount of pie you get is decreased It I THIS WEEK TO ADVERTISE OUR NEW NAMOGR ur
The boat rolled and tost, well be told other time.
now as any PUT YOUR NAME ut
materially.But It MACHINE WE WILL ON
His dinner he lost, On the Harvard trip Duncan placed YOt; rs
f And he thot: "Oh, how seigh-sick his shoes beside his bag under his now comes the really im- FOUNTAIN FREE OF CHARGE hat

t I heigh. berth, so that the porter could portant and interesting part of the .
}r 1 shine them. In the morning whenhe calculation. We started with M 'It We have received a New Line of Belts and Buckles; a1se. oo.ls..,.

Exasperated Sergeant-"Rat, reached for them he found that equal $.33 1-3. It therefore follows shipment of Yest Foam Tablets, which will be sdd at ft

the and shoe had been that M2 equal $(.331-3)2 t per package.
; ..1 where's the balance of your gun? bag one ;
' shined. equal $.11 1-9. Ay- there's the &
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Frightened Ratdon't know, ect
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rub! know don't get 4I
1 !ir. This is all they gave me." Besides playing football, Duncan Now we we
, ; Do not count your checks before chases the elusive basketball, and square meals at Knott's mess hall. .......................... 0or

; told that he is If we did we would get nine meals .
they are hatched-Collie Ginn. we are an expert 1as
I II I .--- toreador. And in conclusion, a for one dollar instead of three, and SHOES REPAIREDBY
word advice freshmen. Nevergo each meal we would get more of
} From the Penn State Froth of to arnd
; out of to shake hands everything except pie. -
I + comes this: your way
.; with him. A rock-crusher a Therefore Sir, I want to ask you :
or
First Flapper: "I almost had a AMERICAN SHOE REPAIR COMPANShoes
to start a campaign for square
t ,fraternity pin last night. steamroller will do the same work I
meals at the messhall we can
and so j
Second Flapper: "And did you much more efficiently quickly. -
save $.66 2-3 day. Called for and Delivered Work
I\ I ,refuse him?'* per 0 Guaraitfti i

j' I First Flapper: "Did evsr RespectfullyTHOMAS -, I
you BUCKMAN. t TELL P. WINTER AGENT 35 BUCKMAN
see me refuse anyone? He caught Dear Editor: T. i 0tr

II i me taking it." The main point of the followingis Do need stationery? ..........................
i Just afterthought it.came to show just what a mealis. you some
t as
an square ---------- 0'ht
That's our specialty, see us. ;
I to us that there is an opposite You will doubtless know an

: .: side to this. Not having a complete ordinary meal consists of: one potato Instructor-"You must attend J Greenleaf & Crosby Company kaso
\' list at hand but we know of two slices of meat, four
Chapel on Tuesday and Thurs- t
f a number of our campus Greeks slices of bread, four glasses of tt

: who have labored for years in v lin, water, one cup of coffee, and one- day. t JEWELERS ga
New Student-"If that a place
trying to annex a badge t.ih' I sixth of a pie. This can be written
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.f : : where we get something to eat. Can
waist of some sweet young thing. algebraically thus: !
J Jacksonville Florida
Thdt would make Chapel more ,
*1"t -M. T. Dome. M equals P plus 2M plus 20P popular. juar

i', plus 4C plus 4W plus 11

.I \ College, by a H. S. SeniorColleges The best way is to serve those t Medals, Class Rings and Pins. Committees }
i are generally built near 6 t tit
I a lot of fratenities. College men and since this costs $.33 1-3, this that serve you. in search of loving cups or trophies, 1

: dess in football suits, big sweater fact may be indicated by: ---- t suitable for Golf, Tennis or other athletic Si'pr

I ;j with their initials on, Arrow collars M equals P plus 2M plus 20P -iieeeeees+ t events will find it an matter to ,
I f easy
: Paris garters, and smoke big plus 4C plus 4W plus 11 I Rooms With or without I doE

i I.' curved stem pipes. I know because ) Board t I j t Choose from selection packages which we E tle
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i I see their pictures in magazine 6equal will gladly send approval.
'Their ) CANOOCHEE LODGE t I''II I upon
trousers are generally worn $.33 1-3. t

: off up to their knees because they A square meal is, of course, M2. ,. 1211 W. University Ave. ., .!reeee I. -isieeesi.o-......f' mf

wear them so long that they drag and this can be expressed as the -----___ _.I.
w( ., on the ground. squares of the various terms added e ieeesee-- ,..,.....................6......
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.. In college everybody plays a together plus other terms contain- |J J. S. BODIFORD j :: WHEN YOU EAT AT THE t
bIt
mandolin because the pictures in ing two articles, such as 160 b p o: )
and
the magazines show them that 160 bread-peas. But since such f : ,:

(. way. combinations are purely imaginary ) COMPANY I tl, f GAINESVILLE CAFETERIA
Fraternities sit around their they may for the moment be ne Phone 32 uo
l )| Druggists : :
?, t tables drinking beer out of great glected. -----------1, i 0If
{ YOU GET
r ;! big steins because my auntie told What kind of a dinner do> TO get, I ,
J me so. then, in a square meal : : A SQUARE MEAL 11f 11g
Electrical
Everything :
t Everybody in college carries M2 equal P2 plus 4M2 plu at t
i f brass knuckles, billies, lead pipes, 4COp2 plus 16p 2 plus 16w2 plus JOS. J. SEYKORAPHONE f< a

i" and big leather belts to cripple 107 II 4: SQUARE DEAL- PRICE t't:

? freshmen. I know because
uncle went to college and he won my I Ia Patronize Gator Advertisers GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA I ............ .. ....... fJ

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many There freshmen.are professors in college 8 I Racquets restrung.; Tennis / 'HI t ELECTRIC 1,
SHOE REPAIR COMPANYSHOES
too who balls and other equipment -
to teach
try things but I; 19 ii W HbDAfC A3 YOU GO !
none pays any attention to them. See t tt REPAIRED WHILE YOU WAIT ;

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It seems that in the quest for :::::= ::Z::: = :=:= :::::: f Il t tt QUALITY OUR MOTTO Jc

1 .new knowledge, the Ag. experimenters t

after killing off all the i I STUDENT REPRESENTATIVE-H. K. WINTER, ROOM
I Boll Weevils, would devote a few I t
I : Eagle Barber Shop r 19 BUCKMANieeelieeoeee
dollars to the recent developments

!i t in poultry, chickens in particular. FOR I ,

It's been a long time since we I ____...

I I left visited, all the the old.biddies farm,had but one when neck we, : EXPERT SERVICE I j jIf I>.............................H

.1 two wings, and two legs. After J you call once you'll call i > SPORTING
t eating several chicken dieners at again. J KODAKPictures GOODS
jl j i Mrs. Ramsey's w. k. hostlry it i t Football Tennis
:: Next Door to Alachua Cafe J ::
Hardware
would appear that modern chict' 1 of All Kinds
kens have developed an enormous PALEY BOYD | ( SEE US <
t' number of wings, necks and legs. J I IS about the .
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Please pass that choice morsel of campus your ,
THE THOMAS
:l I neck. mates, for example, with S COMPANY.

if!r,: -Horace xe. HOE S their snug sombreros that Phone 22

\ smaller with each WEST SIDE OF SQUARE
grow :
I i : Who's Who at the U. of F. By. the

:',!.'; Campus Duncan, the Cat,captain F. H. DUNCAN of the football H B. M. TENCH II rain-are now and grow fun tc pricelessin make .................... ...... ..

{ team, is the lad that all the 0 Gainesville 0 your senior year. i.

i; fair ladies form Newcombe fell fort "'...- STYLE
You know of that -
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dfc" course -
at the Tulane game. Many a heart "
mours for Dune in New Orleans at E Florida E the folks back homa&vould

1 E this minute, and advance reports appreciate the story-telling ALL THE WHILE

i from the manager of the Tulane S HOE S pictures you can send them. -- s -

football team indicate that no less ,t'\ .
'. Picture the Kodak t I
making
than one hundred and thirteen requests Our system of 'E '
operation <
makes
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from fair Neweombrtes that i way is easy and enjoyable. ,/

k Tulane get game with Florida next : I a Come in and we'll show you.. for exceptional values-unexcelled t..
Sanitary Cleaning & it J
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year, have been received to date. { service. / f
'The most impressive I (
thin )I Pressing: Club -J
, about Duncan is his right foot," Autographic Kodakr ): r ,(\
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said a Harvard end, as he got up )I Garage I $6.50 uf ,
s'' and brushed the dirt off his jaw. i I 1/-4 .

? "I beg to differ" with you, sir,'' I' LET US CLEAN 'EM I BAIRDHARDWARE Suits-Hats-Furnishing Goods "/\\ Y1t
b Mid the CO.
quarterback as he was assisted '

to his feet "it's his left ')( Dyeing and Pressing Also j Phone 7 BAILBY
foot." Opinions |for. we hold I Ieseeoeepir'j jI THE CLOTHIERTAMPA

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an endeavor to get some
organized -
+ cheering.The j FIRST NATIONAL BANK't I If

EXCHANGE NEWS new rule will give an op. f Incorporated 1888 J
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portunity for all to give whole- j Capital $100,000 Surplus, $150,000 I II
N. D. St. Jot* hearted attention to the yells instead
+ of watching for the comfort I j GAINESVILE, FLORIDA j jjpffi

+ of a woman," says Marshal: ------------------_:

.. ..z..L.} + ole ole .1..lid. ole + +-. + + + ...L.. ._.L. .... .. .._. +_ +_ + + + + + Montgomery. 1| f2ffiffifHaH YY;! : !R !hYiYYYY;! ;ym
-FLA. FLAMBEAU.U. fi
Crowings from the GamecockAnd Co-eds Dislike Mustaches

once more we quote fromr University Of Michigan:-MUJ- of C. Stadium Campaign | GAINESVILLE FURNITURE COMPANY
old friend the Gamecock. Gee, |
taches will not win the hearts of From the number of ew foot-
hate to have their feath- s
t they the co-eds at the University of ball stadiums being built or campaigned -
s pulled. Evidently they thinkat Michigan. A representative of the for, one can draw con- S Victrolas and Records w
Florida is no place for tarn
0tSI Michigan Daily asked 12 of the clusive proof that football is an
this R .
Listen to :
osters.
prettiest girls on the campus theh.honest American institution deeprootedinto
The Biddies report that there opinion of the habit of the life and spirit of col- D. R. COX, Proprietor TELEPHONE 86 !R

zs a terrific gale blowing on the many men Of letting their lips go leges. The University of Cincinnati -
field and that in one diction unshaven. I I
aping Every one of these has opened a contest for
: a punt would go for 60 or dozen girls declared an emphatic: each organization on the campus KEJUMiffifraftl; Y !fi! ! !
yards, while in the other Jef- dislike for the mustache. Of these to raise money to complete their I
rds had trouble in making then girls six were brunettes, four new stadium. The organization

[ leave his foot at all. Good old- blondes, and two titanhaired.The which secures the most money gets ST. PATRICK'S CATHOLIC CHURCHE.
ashioned Florida weather took aand a prize. This plan has led to
in slowing up the Gamecocks Team of Mystery great competition, and the money :MAIN STREET, NORTH
d robbed their attack of some is pouring into the fund.
the Verily the University of Ala- Reverend John ConoIey, S. T. L., Rector
f its punch, just as was case
bama is the "Team of Mystery."
Tien the varsity travelled to The Patronize Gator Advertizing TELEPHONE 629 .,...
team that .
ainesville last fall about this its supporterssaid -
me." You have a wonderful im- had found itself in the Penn- 1
sylvania -------- SCHEDULE OF SERVICES .!
,, ination, Carolina. But this we game evidently 'lost it- .'
not like: "Carolina has alOng self" again In the Kentucky 1! SUNDAYS-10:30 A. M. and 7:45 P. M.'. .
YOUR It I
RAZOR
: fresh aggregation, noone game for the Crimson tide e WEEKDAYS-7:30 A. :M.
oubts that. And anyone who saw went down 6 to 0, at the I BLADES j
ri hands of a team that had been t I It
lie Duval team play last yearknows
I, that Florida, with a majority licked by both Vanderbilt and Ten- | Sharpened at .about onef f 1 1t .............................

of these men in the lineup, al- nessee. t third the cost of new blades tII | : : ALEX CAFETERIA : T
io; has a whale of a team. The The Crimson Tide has been defeated t t

tame; was harder than any the this year by Tech, Texas I SWEARINGEN'S !, .: : FRESHCLEANGOOD : ;
Carolina crew has had this year, and Kentucky and tied by Sa- II I
nd Florida should have won by6t wanee. And yet it defeated Pennsylvania AT IDEAL CAFE :: : Here's the place to get
touchdown. The other two and Pennsylvania licked
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one the Opposite Fire Station I 1 what you want when +:
re credited to the headlinesman, Navy and Penn State, and ,:
ho played a peach of a game, let- practically tied Pittsburg.You ----.1 ; :: you want it. 0+
ing the 'Gator right-end twice can't dope a team that on
fr .
I lock punts after being yards off- one Saturday is about 50 points SHIPMAN- ANYTHING at ANYTIME ;
:de. In each case this blocked stronger than it was the preceding : .

unt was converted into a touch- Saturday. The Alabama team. is I WARD ...............................

:own, once when Thomas fell one evidently one that require: Ira&tis REBUILT --_______________ __
ball, and once when. Jones plow- remedies to get keyed up to top
d through the line for the retaining form for battle. In that Pennsylvania TYPEWRITERS -. $3.00 DOWN I MARABLE'S STUDIO I

distance. I game they fought with a Typewriter Repairing and I .. .
. sublime courage and gallantry tht Supplies I "THE HOME OF GOOD PICTURES" 1''
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: 95 Yard Run from Kickoff won the admiration of the football THE BLOODWORTH TYPE.
The University of Nevada Sagebrush world. But in most of their WRITER AND REPAIRCOMPANY I
is a true sportsman. In- southern games they have shown I't Official Photographer for University Publications. II 1>

tead of goading over their 35 to 7 only mediocre ability. Next Door to Western UnionWe Kodak Work Returned in a. Day !

ictory over Whitman College, t t
hey feature the spectacular runf University of ColoradoNo
\ one of Whitman's players. Thisa more "fussing" will be per- t NORTH SIDE OF SQUARE t

real feature: Hall, Whitman mitted at the future football t t
OVER MILLER'SBedding
ill I, proved the sensation of the Colorado
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ame when. he received the ball on
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|he kickoff at the beginning of sued by Marshall William Mont- O t

he second half and carried it gomery. Strict enforcement of

rough the entire Nevada team the new order will be aided by

for his side's only score. The tall the office of the Marshal and the Pillow Cases,

angy back hooked Captain Hobb'st sophomore police department. .
Heretofore the rule against dating Sheets Blankets ;
on his own five yard line and ,
ait parallel with the sidelines. He co-eds for the football games
applied only to freshmen. From
fas never seriously threatened so RIBBONS-RIBBON NOVELTIES
;ood was his interference. On the now on all men will sit together
ext kickoff Hall again secured in one section of the grandstandJ. MADE TO SPECIAL ORDER
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the ball, and with a similar for-

ation protecting him made a We Keep Everything for Your RoomGAINESVILLEFLORIDA
classy run of fifty yards before W. MTOLLUM & CO. grind Our Own Lenses

. Nevada broke through the screen DRUGGISTSTHE NODELAYQainesVille
0
to nail him.Centenary's.
REXALL STORE
Agents for ] Florida.. Quoli ,
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Liggetts and Norris Candies
Little Centenary College located Gainesville Fla. Service .
lat Shreveport, La., is teeming
ith college spirit. Their love for
the famous "Bo" McMillan ar.d I A. H. Doran I I tFitfiYi itfiti YiR! !h!}Y;! Y

heir confidence in his coaching I - - - . . .
ability will make it easy for him I For Bicycles and Bicycle ::............................................

to build up a football team whichin I Accessories I I .
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strong bid for the southern __ i_ Mt t ,.
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championship. Who knows that It. ,
McMillan will t..
maybe some day
HEARSTS r. GREETINGS !
sit upon the visitors bench at Halyard *
and watch his team carry the SUNDAY AMERICAN i ,. a

ball down the fieU! with the same t THE U. OF FLA. STUDENTS .. ,a

superb generalship t>a* he ones :\TLANTA CONSTITUTION ,:'.',..' ..
demonstrated there....ready Cer- -' '
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tenary is after a p?*t--.e ason game! 3 -PAGES OF COMICS8 ;"
with Tulane to dee!d t the state .
championship or L 'ci.?!a.J"a. Friends: When i in town make our headquarters your headquar} ;.:
watch Centenary a'd "Bo"' if.:- "On the Corner Every Sat-
Millan. urday NightP. 1 ters. We have a place for you to rest, with plenty of


Center after Game Mich Ags H. GILLEN, AGENT 'i desk space. Come on in and let's put the 'Gators on top. :+:

An invitation from Center Col- : .
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been on received the gridiron by the next athletic fall has de j I i OTTO F STOCK 1 i i-;- .

partment. The athletic depart- STANDARD CLOTHING CO. .

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not wish to play at Danville das t I'I t: c > 17-19 W. Bay Street., .} : C- .'H. L. .COVINGT0N,.P !. [: ', : Il
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I' 1 1I George Stanley coaching for the the coun- ing period of Rush

'i i i k RATS REST UP FORTHANKKSGIVING MASQUERADERSELECT for Arts the and Engineers Science; ;Count Hait Yarnofi for the \ of try battling for four any quarters.team in" ingnd(d) All tying practices out sucks of .

the Ags;
-f I WM. MORGAN Teachers; Norton Marsicano for, the Law Jl"' FOR CLASS IN SESSION the opposing side, before a.
and Ralph
FRIDAY PLANS FLAG RUSH Saturday, December, 9t ,
i ,
-l 4 H :: GAME WITH GA. ADVT. MANAGER yers.Look out for Wood Alcohol Miller & one barred.c .
Continued from page
from Ohio, or ( ) The throwing Of
i iu a letter man Iaa4,
The Masqueraders held thei the Arts and Science men, who is (2) All Freshmen participatingin per or other substances E}

ii Rodents Will Meet Crackers usual monthly meeting Tuesda; out to make a name for himself the Flag Rush Shall assembleon injure anyone in any ira.

In Last Tilt of Season in night in which several importan Wood Alcohol slings a mean pass the main floor of the Gym- be prohibited.

E :4 Jax. Acosta Gives TwoDays' topics were discussed which con Red Mathews says he is out t nasium not later han one-forty- VIII. PENALTIES

:1'; II Rest cerned the coming season and show Shorty Gunn how to play; five (1:45) p. m.. Any member of either dasi

; -- classification of the applicants center and at the same time spit! III. PLACE violates any of the above

I Iii Due to the cancelling;; of th< All the application blanks will be those who stack uP against hm The Rush shall take place oa* and regulations shall bt fci t tvr

'i; Princeton Freshman game in Jack filed and closely considered befor in the play. foi the parade grounds between from participation in all u.

r -i:J sonrille originally scheduled for the positive tryouts will be held Gus Beasley and Brobston ar- Thomas and Buckman Halls. quent play. VO'F i
backfield
;1 the 30th of this month, the Geor It is hoped that this work will be the Lawyers in the materia IV. THE ;FLAG IX. JUDGESA

gia-Rodent game has been shifted+ completed and th tryouts hel< putting the pepper in the bya
shall be placed
I The flag committee from
Owens, (a)
Pat the
I to win. h
:s) to Turkey Day from the 25th, anti early in December. All applicant that is needed the Junior F
; ; and Bob Little are a I committee ;loin Class shall act as judges, rtft
f j j the Florida Rat team found itself will be notified when the time ar- Simmons, ,
; few more of the politicians whv Class. ,rb and time keepers. y
"d foe to conquer" yester
without
m :: .t their foot' I shall be eighteen TUG-OF-WAR
defend The
) flag
(
with this shift rives.William will be out to
r, l dayIn accordance elected advertising -
Morgan was
r ball honors of last year. I ((18)) inches squire'and the bottom I. ELEGIBILITY
?_ t. I Coach John Acosta ordered the He is well ex_
J! manager. Yaranoff{ thirteen Elegibility shall
be
Then comes old Count thereof shall Se placed detem
t men on the team to take a two work having had<
in this ,
perienced Senior i' 6" from th, in the Flag Rush.II. .
the only bald-headed feet six inches (13' ) ? as
; '-st the first let since th.
if day's r up experience with !
7 thyree years who is famed far an.: ground. TIME
the ,
;i i the season started. Some thought Interprises.The game '
Lynch Theatrical and vicious will be the The Tug-of-War shaD UJ (
the wide for his grit (c) The flag pole
It in Alabama
that the game not'
: '' over-trained tentative schedule has tackle. Count has the Engineers fireblackened pine tree on the pa- fifteen ((15) minutes after ti
little and
w, ,, ;I" team this was have a lead Coach Acosta been directly settled upon yet, bu( putting out every afternoon. Dig rade ground midway between the close of the Flag Rush. :t,
may extensiv
., ;; it is thought that an bennett, center; Swoop, end. two dormitories: *. III. PLACE i
to give the' order. On Thursday,, I
j will be car-
trip into West Florida Kline, guard; and the Count will (b) Unnecessary roughness ata Same as for Flag Rush
'; following a' light work-out, the
Tied out after Jhe trip down into the line. Friedman, Williams old clc\hing IV. TEAMS
I star on ( ) Any of any
i Fresh f'ran around the field a East Coast I
'l i South Florida and the Simmons
few Mmes and: probably made the ir Keller and Andy description maybe worn. Teams shall consist of teH ((
!cf around the They are also planning to play make up the Engineers backfield. (b) No shoes heavier than ten- picked men .from each side.
k ji best time the season Ponce de
1 1 .F ;j I"I I St. Augustine during the Norton leads the Ggs who bat- 1 nis shoes shall be worn by either V. SHOES

field.The .' Lecn celebration to be held there teld the Lawyers four times before ide. Football or similar shoes fc
team closes the season in
will
; f i in April, after which they a decision ccnld be made last year. (c) The Sophomores will wear be worn.
Jacksonville and
,t on Thanksgiving play in Jacksonville and from there Buckley, Burlack and Albert gym shirts.d VI. RULES I(

; win or:loses they have established into. West Florida taking in Bain- Johnson make up the backfield.H. ( ) The Freshmen will wear a (1) Duration.

t. F; an enviable record for Freshmen bridge, Ga., Mariana and. Pensa- M. Smith, Sixma, and Aleck top shirt. The time of pull shall bet
.teams of to come. Every
t. years
cola. Johnson are a few of the Ags VI. RULESa teen (15) minutes.
in school should help send the
man
I
," formidable line players.Not ( ) The first period of the Rush (2) Winners j
team off to Jacksonville Thursday
a hubt will ferson 9, .-q to be forgotten are the shall be five (5) minutes. If a* (a) To win, ore side mast i
morning and no many
tt Notredame 19; Carnegie Tech 0. Teachers who put out Varsity the end of this time the flag has entire rope across center line
them the trip.
k accompany on Boston 0; Georgetown 0. players like Dickson. Hait, a not been taken, there will b? an (b) In case time is called. I
The days rest should help t tI
two
h Lafayette 3; Lehigh 0. vetearn of last year, has workedup intermission of three minutes, after fore either team shall have H
and fit them
f the team wonderfully Army 17; Navy 14. Murphree and Thompson to which a second rush period of team having majority of rope &I
three
work of two
the hard or
.. i fjor Iowa 37; Northwestern 3. help him in the posterior end of two (2) minutes shall be a1 Jwed. be declared winners.

days final grooming.MYSTERY Oglethcrpe 0; Florida 12. the team. Edwards, a speed end (b) All Freshmen shall be at (3) One Captain, not a mew

i "I' Trinity 25; Randolph Macon: 12. Ebinger Towles, and Hinson are least twenty-five (25) yards from of the pulling team will bti

;! SURROUNDING Wakeforest 0; North Carolina showing up best among the Teach- the Flag at ,the start of the Rush. lowed each side.

I State 32.Furman. er's line men. (c) A pistol shot shall be the (4) No "digging in" by *

f \ I MEM-- I 20; Clemson 6. signal to begin the Rush, all play side will be permitted before,
Alabama 10; Georgia 6. STATE ROTARIANS CHAMPION shall cease immediately at the start of pull. '

t ; STUDENT LOAN FUND firing of a second shot. (5) No artificial braces s1ul1t
: J ORIALBU1LDINGGreat University Dames' (Continued from Page 1) VII. REGULATIONS used.

I I1f Elect Officers- ia) :Members of either side shall (6) Spectators other than *" ;
,t' of Florida dents at a low rate of Interest not in interfere with themo'ements I
1f has been the myste'.yshrouding. The University any way captains must stay back o| if
; ._ at and reloaned as it is repaid.
Dames met Monday afternoon of members of the opposing fined lines.
; I if! the building new being Approximately students
seventy-five -
constructed on the campus. :Many Peabody Hall, this being their regular resigned trom the university sides before eight (8) a. VIII. SIGNALS JUDGES, Bt
; < meeting day, the third Monday m. Saturday, December 9th.b Signals
for starting and W
: t have been the inquiries concerning this year because of lack of
t of each month. There were ( ) Unnecessarw roughness at ping the play, judges, referees Mitime
j ', it but at last the facts are funds. With this loan fund
interest
t and much any time shall be prohibited.
present keepers shall
1 about sixty available anyone with the ability be the samta
!; out.
manifested and routine (c) No ropes, ladders or poles for: the Flag Rush.
1 ; 1. Ouri Memorial Building, whtn and. desire for education can er-

.' 'I' completed, will be in the form of business attended to. joy the privilege of a college

i i a huge letter T. The auditorium The principal feature of the eve- I training. ------------------

!. I unit, the one now being rectcd nin was the, annual election of of by There are about 10,000 Rotarian j t JOHNSON'S PHARMACY

will form the up-right segment of ficers. Officers recommended in the state and if each one taken Drugs,
Medicines Stationery
Toilet
and Rubber Goods
I
;
committee, appointed -
-" of the nominating dollars j
thm while the cross part one hundred worth of stock
I,: the letter will be farmed by two I Ii at the October meeting, ,the initial goal of 51,000,000 will We guarantee personal attention to Prescriptions. Only

i ". t: wings which will extend laterally I II were unanimously accepted and ,be reached. This fund will then I Gainesville t1urest drugs used. Low prices. Quality considered.
Florida.
j ,
I from the,northern part of, and a : elected were as follows: be enlarged as the need for it in- -i ---------- .
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it little futrher north than the auditorium I President-Mrs. Townes Randolph creases. Financially it will be a ----- -:--

unit.:. A tower 150 fee: i Leigh. non-profit bearing investment but ----------- --- ,

in height will occupy the spaca ,! First Vice-President-Mrs. Clifford one accomplishing much good. ;| VISIT US EVERY DAY

between the to lateral unit, 'i W. Crandal.

joining in the rear with the nor .1 J' Second Vice sident-Mrs. C. GATORS CLASSED AS ONE OF | THE LYRIC THEATRE

tie auditorium unit. OUTSTANDING TEAMS
end of
L. Crow. ; You Know How We Stand ..
Tht, lOttjOOO appropriated to w i F'-esident-Mrs. E. | on All College Matters .

sUvt the'w rk will build merely Third Vice ronnu.i from Pae On.** ----------- .
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the shell pf1 the first unit and provide 1 A.. Haynie. with a drive that has seldom been ----------
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-
I for.f'a "temporary roof. This Recording Se'Crdartrs J. I seen on a local gridiron. Taking j -------------.

much*will'J completed by February E. Turlington. advantage of every opening male FLORIDA BARBER SHOP
I
of next!'year. Additional ap- I Corresponding Secretary-Mrs.iV. I possible by the battered conditionof I {f WEST SIDE SQUARE

r t propriat's'. must be forthcoming W. Sweet. the Tulanians, Ark Newton followed a.. Guaranteed Service and Courtesy is Motto
l rtady TreasurerMrsJohn Scott. in the wake of Dicksor.'s interference our
I before this nit can be made J. C. PREVATT
for oceupauon and new work be- Following the business sessiona and pounded his way a Prop. i.
1'- social half hour was enjoyed through the {altering Greenbacks ---- ----------.-_
: gaI, : : 31..0. .
with the hostess of the afternoon for gain after gain. Not only j ,'

.. NEW DORMITORY STARTEDGontrartfon wh -Mesdames W. L. Floyd, T. did Newton do some wonderfrl i i

'JI' R. Leigh, A. P. Spencer, John off-tackle driving, but his passingwas LEATHER SOLE SOCKS

work on a new dor- Scott, L. M. Bristol anti Miss Cora the biggest factor in Tu- 1 E Silk Finished Lisle! in Brown Black and Gray

mftffoy, .to' cost when completed ::Miltimore served delicious fruit lane's defeat. Newton shot perfect I : Satisfaction warranted by the Manufacturers !.

y approximately $20,000, began punch and wafers. spiral after perfect spiral in- I I!50c Value, 2oc L. C. SMITH
Monday nt 4-ning at the University to the waiting arms of Capt. Dun- I ; _:_,
:
when building material was hauled ALL COLLEGES IN TRAINING can, that almost made Oceanians _

4 to the location on- DeSoto FOR FOOTBALL SEASON forget the great combination of -

.+ I I. street, just north of Mrs. G. S. I 'BoM McMillin and "Red" Rob- PIANOS PLAYER PIANOS
Ramsey's; boarding house and (Continued from.Page.Four) erts." In addition to this, Eddie

workmen made preparations to game of the season, with the Arts Reed, called "the most logicil EDSON PHONOGRAPHS _

begin actual building this morning and Science huskies clashing the candidate- for All-Southern center SHEET Mt/SfJ;/ | STRING INSTRl'MENTS

TM structure is being erected hand Engineer forces on Wednesday was sent off the field with a KELLY MUSIC :

by Dr. George S. Waldo, and is December 6th, in the second wrenched knee for the remainder CO. Next Door to lIiIler'd.

planned distinctly for- University game. Then Ine victors -::om the: of the game, and "time out" had .

.rnea. AcctHaodations for fifty-four first contest vri1!*' suck the Aggies been called for him previously on-

men are'provided in the architect'sflans on Friday, Dp.:*r Aber ,StX in the ly twice in four years of football. I WON'T YOU
.
I fW the dormitory. third game. The championship of Before the game, various' papers ;

It i* e$Ipcted that the building the coOegs shall be scrapped out made much of the entire

r wiH be ready for occupancy aboutdie. between the wi.1 er3 of seeo!*.i team. Gar Moore, of the'"Timei- HAVATAMPAJIr'

firs*' of4 February, in tim for ,acid hiyd bat'':'cs. Each game .will PfcayBRe" said: "These same : t
the opening of the second Mm4S- be called at four o'clock. 'Gators leave crowned themselves MILD HAVANACIGAR

t
with or made a trip with the and they are determined to j

\ FOOTBALLR1ULTS Freshman or Varsity squad is add the Greenies to their list of ELI WITT CIGAR CO.

eligible to play on any of the+a victories before heading back to Distributors .

,- .- been, the land of the orange blossom.It ,
Yale 3; llawd 10. '. Back tM- lit been working vMs the Fiondia-s: that held Tampa Miami JacksonvillePAGE

TKtrcit Washington and efa cat nw for two we 'ks or more. Harvmra to four hard-earned .... i
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