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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: December 2, 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>]
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 24, 1912)-v. 65, no. 74 (Jan. 31, 1973).
General Note: Summer issues also called: Summer school ed., <1915>-1920 and again in 1923; summer issues also called: Summer ed., <1921>.
General Note: Has occasional supplements.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000972808
oclc - 01410246
notis - AEU8328
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System ID: UF00028291:00374
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I II .. \ NEWS : of the University exhibit. ,I : GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA .. + otIll
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+ ...: B. W. AMES -.t'-$:, SOCIETY AND I $!fifi! $ !:fiSY i

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: + + + + + .- Debate-Res61v i. I EVERYTHING POINTS TO BEST VALUEIn :"
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firm divorce law should be irffiraffififfiffilfi5Kffiffiffiffiffiffifi5ffiffiffiffilfi
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DYER-PRICE
i ; Of interest to many of the Alata- I in that they as. an organized body 'I Affirmative-E.by Congress.E. Mason, F. S I I a Made-To-Measure Suit. Best Workmanship, Best Psfc. t'f De

1E nt will be the announcement of theI of University of Florida men, put Wright. i rics and most favorable prices-Suits $22 to $50 Tailor 1We William John Dyer, across something which no Alumni F. M ,
marriage of Negative-R. L. Hodges, I Cleaning, Pressing and Altering
Miss I Association in the State has done ,1"6"
better known as "Jack, to ; Woriey.Talk t : PHONE 511 f
-+' 4 Mary Eleanor Price of Gainesville: Keep up the good work, Atlanta -''Life of Moliere," by R I D(
Thanksgiv I Alumni, and your slogan, "Beat W
solemnized
44 which was M. Mason. I NICK DAMATO-TAILOR 11D
tag Day at the home of the brick's, I Tech c ext year," is going to bo Talk-"Goethals And the Panama t
f sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and f fulfilled. Canal," by C. T. Davies. I SOUTH SIDE OF SQUARE O anFa

Mr*. Grover Alison. I II Reading of the Fair Litt Con l..I I I
r I Jtev. T. V. McCaul, pastor o*! I Ii News has come to us first hand : stitution. i -
i the First Baptist Church, performed of further work the Miami Alumni ;1 T

i ,'3 : i the ceremony in the presence Association is doing. We said The Village Flapper j j f
R. .f\\ t r of relatives and most intimate before that this group of men were Under the swaying drug stcrs j I f it"
daddying football in the Miami i COLSON STUDENT ROOMING HOUSES 't'
,t. f V friends of the happy pair. sign t:
j Miss PIke is the daughter of Dr. High School. What's more, they The village flapper waits. I :.:

';F. Z. }I. Price of Port Inglis; was have bought all the uniforms out The flap, a clever kid is she : Nice rooms twin beds, large closets, running '
made of their own pockets, they have! dates. i :
'\, reared ip Micaaopy and has Who never lacks for a'g
,furnished coaches for tbt aO life she lightly with shower baths and a't 1nr
} her bornee with her sister in Gainesville And 50 through I water in every room
t She with the result that they have succeeded :'
ten gives
for the past year '
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.t- j ha endear herself to a Urge in putting out a winter Many a happy ut. I sleeping porches. Opposite Science Hall See a'I
circle of friends who will wish her Miami High School is one of the: But still the poor girl's navel i
); every happiness and sincerely regret three contestors for the State High there. i DICK STANLY, Agent, at Mrs. Ramsey's.PLAYER .

(t: that her marriage takes her School championship. Furthermore When the diamond tings out come I

F .t elsewhere to live. we will be willing to bet out.PLA. ri i ,
F that every man of this crack team
ire Dyer is the son of the late i
j will be Florida man when His
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J :, W. J. Dyer and wife of West Palm if'I
f 1 Beach, and is one of the city's I high school days are oven I I to + + -to oto 01- -io 0) 01. .:. i \,,

y mat popular young business men PIANOS! PLAYER PIANOSWe ldar
T University That is one thing an Alumni Association -
lie graduated from the !1- I
V of Florida in J921 and is a member 1 is for. dam.
',t' V. of the Kappa Sigma fraternity i
I II KRAMCH & BACH m.of
famous
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!V Hi* host of friends offer con Here is an article from are Distributors
gratulations. Alumni Notes of the Kentucky and WURL1TZER PIANOS and PLAYER PIANOS. Lei fl1tt
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Following the csremony an i ir- I Kernel that. we believe is worth I I us furnish ;you with player rolls. We are also state-wid< tl1i
reception was held when publishing.GET
formal and
distributors for HOLTON BAND INSTRUMENTS
fro, Dyer and his bride received MORN PUBLICITY : .' U. BOYS- I
lor Catalog.
Write
; the congratulations of friends and Alumni Inflneace Is Seen I* LEEDY DRUMS- :;;1t
:: relatives. The bride's cake centered Favorable Stand Of Press -,

", the table in the dining room: :More frequent and complimentary t I M. L. PRICE MUSIC COMPANYTampa
; iced in white embelished in
+ It was references to the University
with the initiasl E. J. 1922 and newspapers of the state i*' attributed This is Your Store TAMPA FLORID\
and Zaek Streets ,
'{ i when cut good lock trophies were to the influence of Alumni i t

r J found by young friends. Miss Bob. On the staff of leading news I ,
s : Me Baldwin cut the ring, Miss papers and news services a"u -Ysn'Te, Welcome 1 I University Representative, W. J. Cody
; Marie Esslinger the needle adthaw to the frequent communications i r >
..t, Miss Alma Fennell the from alumni generally to the editors i
t 1 nlckle, Miss Rut)( Price the thimbles la: the last few days the -hsre when in Tampa 10.Fi '
7 Mr. Ralph Stautamire thebachelors Alumni Secretary has received \: Yffi; !feifiSi .rIRfimUlflf fifi'l !fifiYifi! !!

button and Mrs. Carte- copies of a number of letters addressed ; !i

} tan Price the wishbone. The cake to editors in Kentuckyand When you need I 1 1fi IiI I
d was served with fruit punch, mints other states, emphasizing the ) I !

r.. and coffee. right of the University to greater .; I !Ii HEADQUARTERSFor
r During the afternoon the bridal i lecognition. Clothes we'll be glad t i
: pair mysteriously dissappeared for There is no ether association of r
a short wedding trip After which! alumni in Kentucky with as many I I For :aIen's'Furnislrings I
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f they will make their home for the local clubs. Few other aistitictens to serve you. t I
winter with his mother, on South in the South have an alumni bodyas !:fi i
Poninsettiat street. active. ; Boys, we have the right goods at the right pri-.. Drop in. 1

Among the out of town guestsat !fi $1
V the marriage were Mrs. Frank Several Florida men, graduates 1t 1i t
Kells and two children, Charles of the Agricultural College and !: i
: and Frances KeHs of Lakeland now engaged in teaching, were at WOLF BROTHERS !fifi i i
k Miss Bobbie Boldwin of Mclntosh, the State Fair last week with $t
i Miss: Mabel Dyer, of West Palm stock-judging teams from their !:f1Ii ; i
Beach and Borden Dyer, sister ad schools. June Gunn's Plant City !!Ii !
c I brother respectively, of the groom. I' boys carried off first place. RoyDrigger's Tampa !itQ1 !t j
Greensboro A. C. SMITH & CO.
The: popular young couple received team from t
a number of lovely wedding and Foster Chatham's team formCenter
!fi "I
gifts, among which was a handsome I Hill made creditable sH)vv- SOUTH SIDE SQUARE 1.I
carving set from the Delta mg.
Delta Chapter of Kapa Sigma fraternity "22 Charlie Morgan, of Miamiwas !: !t
of which Mr. Dyer is a a visitor at the University for I !fiYi l

member. I a few days, greeting his many !fiY1 !Ii i
; friends. He brought us the good a
ALUMNI: NOTES mews of the work the Miami Association + a. .I/ + + 1' + + + + $ Y; $$ I

The Alligator wishes to thank is doing.
V the University of Florida. Ohio of '21 S. W. "Bill" Cason, is teaching !:fifi!: !:fi !:fifi!: !fifi!: !:fi
Atlanta, in behalf of the student Science and Coaching in the 11 ISj
'' body, for their splendid entertainment Ki simmeee High School. He has W!Ii .

of the team after the Flor- built up a light team of entirelynew MEET ME AT |
Oglethorpa game. All the Florida material which has been m'k
V Alumni deserve our thanks fcr ing some splendid showings. *Thisis
the splendid spirit and co-operation the first time Kissimmee bas
they have shown so far this year' had a football team in three years I MILLER'SI I
I I The Pensacola Chamber of Commerce '20 Duke Williams write Dean I

having many Florida men Anderson an interesting letter
among its members, is due Oar from the Presbyterian Seminaryof
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i V thanks for their entertainment of Louisville, Kentucky, where he V- V .
Service |
r -r*:' We Are At Your jj
?4 the team on the way back item is a student. He is also teachinga ,

the Tulane game. But, it seems class in paratory Greek. No Place Like Home and Miller's
to us, that the Atlanta Alumni, out '12 Pat Johnson has just re- Im S
lT of the State and further from the turned to his home in Kissimmee !

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SOCIAL CALENDER I' Affirmative J. p. I .. .
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Dec 7-Theta Ribbon Society Johnson; negative, J. Fielder, M I i We Invite College Men to See and Tuy, ::Qa Our ;. .
Woman's Club.-Forrnal. I i 'r : < _
Dante G. Young. >. ._
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''to '1 Pm' -Tentative.) lins. c

Dec. g.-Kappa Alpha AnnualLance "The Florida State Fair.J.A. /: -
hie given by their-pledgss-Kap- Hudson. : STEIN CLOTHES : :

jpa Alpha at eight.House Formal. PioUms Parlimentary Practice. All members : : : :


r Dec. 9 Woman's-Kuppa Club Alpha 4 Fraternity to 7. come ready to take part. I i : $30 35 $-15 .: I

'VaD Dec. 9-Theta Chi Dance, "Wo I FAKR LITERARY SOCIETY ;: + J

man'* Club.-Informal. I Due to the many conflicting activities I 1 G Specially designed for the straight, sILl: figures of Varsity: men-taHored A

on the campus last TuesI'I'I' : to look as good in the showdown as thc:/ do in the showcase. Some of the .: :

THETA CHI DANCE I day evening, only the "faithful j l lfew" I models have inverted-pleat backs that !'inish with a belt.

-, The n enters of the Theta Chi responded to the roll call of ; .
Fraternity ent.rtained their i the Farr Literary Society. Tate i Some have bellows shoulders; also belt :d. Some have patch pockets that

i iris:: at an informal dance their I ranks are gradually thinning .L' a j : button through, other patch pockets are plain. Some are two button. Some r : !I
West University result of the "weeding out'' policy j :,
l'II house on I are three button.
I last Saturday evening. I which eliminates a man from me m- ', .

j venue ifcic was furnished in by Bob I Isranson's bership as soon as three, un'xcasec': I : All in all it's a showing that reveals tie finest in fabrics,and finished maker : :; '

a Floridians in their ori- It absences have accumulated against 'anship. Extra value is, of course to La e'.pected- d q
him. This I qis
"weedirg out"
, policywas
"jial; style. The dance was a sue }

ress and erjoy to the fullest ex- adopted the latter pan of M Super-Fine Ederheimer-Stein Suits ct Fifty and Sixty Dollars ..F
last year, and has proved to be
|unt by those present.
a most excellent system for sus- j .

Most of the socially Elite havegon' taining the organization.the spirit While and morale it is true"f II &.... EVERYTHING ME-; .".N. .!) BOYS WEAR -:- {f
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Jacksonville this weekendto j
:: t9 that it somewhat reduces the bula V ;g l' '
attend the football games and I
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of the Society, the increase in I 1i.
there given in honorof I
the dances regularity, and the fact that
: every I
the Florida teams. But the i. PorterClothing
...ek-end of December 9 is lookd J retained membsr can be counted I t ,
upon to take part ir a program I 4
forward to with the greatestanticipation. I
? when requested to do so, far mon
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will be five
There
than counterbalances the slight I i Co. }
around the Anal i
3anes centering f
: Dance given by the pledges loss in membership.In ,, ,
accordance with an old Farr .
of the Kappa Alpha Fraternity. As .-
Litt tradition A.. -
the program opened '
or the ladies, well, we hear that V .
I with a debate; the question un- .
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.there hem present will be for great the affairs.numbers The of der discussion berg:, : "Reso'veJ! -_." JACKSONVILLE. CORNER KAY. AND LAURA -.:;. :;! 44s :
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that the New Zealand system of .
weekend should be ore of the best ,.
real estate taxation should be .
>:io far this season. On with the
adopted by the United 8tat(<;.' :
lance.:
i Both sides copfined thdr arguments I .

closely to the issue; and j
J AG CLUB 0
presented such well knit, logical ..... I'
Perhaps the most varied and interesting I and convincing discussions that the: .. .. ..+...... ). .. .
of the was
program year
doubtful until I'
outcome was very A
njoyed by a large crowd at theg
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the first report of the judges was
\ Club Monday night. The program -
read. The decision turned out tc
was the first one put on II
I be in favor of the Negative, sus- \ L
jpnder the new officers and if this ar
1t! taining Messrs. A. C. Basch and
"S jpas-s of programs are continue1 Monroe Campbell Jr., against the
y |th' AS Club will undoubtedly havefthe
Affirmative advocated by A. W
t best session it has had for ,
Saariner. and C. R. Tweedell.
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!
5I [several years past.Z. .
I the debate, was a
M. Pirenian a native of Arrai'iua Following i iI
5 most interesting and well pre !I
gave a description of Armenia .
:; Mr. F. M. Ivey; iI PAVING ECONOiVY
sented reading by
i as he had seen it. Mr. PiT I TOTAL mainte-
the inter-society
of
and report FOR THE
$ ma' is tent ,here by his gov.rr.- a
3 ent to study agriculture so !he cross-country: run by R G. Miller I FLORIDA TAXPAYERS and repair cost

;; will be able to return to his people reminding the society that another i for thirty miles ofvitrified
trophy has been added to
A SIX-YEAR
and teach them scientific agriculture RECORD
2ii through the efforts of brick ...
2ii as the Americans do it. its store paving In .

: The most novel part of the program the Arts and Science Cross Country home Representative Maintenance and three Florida counties has
Team those who brought
consisted of a violin and ; Repair Costs of Florida Brick
;
the bacon being! Cason Bee I been only SI 68 six
flute duet by W. H. Pomeroy and Pavements- over a

a H M. Smith. Adamo, and Miller.! i year penod-a rate of cost
; "Over with the Subtnaure The remainder of the meetingwas
seas
i; -," W:::s The topic.. \,.. B. Poxivhoe devoted to the transaction of I ORANGE COUNTY- less than 56 a mile a year.PAVEMENTS .

to tell the Ag Club. MrP"ox business. The changing of the I Road No.; Built, 1915;

r, was in the navy durir the I time sro place of meeting to Monday I Length, 7.2 miles: VITRIFIED -
World War and active service evening in the Law College '
saw actionon Cost for maintenanct a-d rsi : :
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II fa1 tv v.arh s as with the submajr was discussed, but definite .
n"et.AS. the matter wss deferred until pair per mile each yeari4,08. =- '

1 .>t. Coaili Norton anno ce l'i iti the secretary SEMINOLE COUNTYRoad --- .
, ;-'1k tal'\ immediately following I then introduced that
1 tK- meeting. red the Contsitution of the S"- No. 1; Built, 1916;

! I ciety at the rext meeting- This I Length, 8.4 miles:
carried
Jj ,: PROGR\M FOR DEC.. 1922 motion was seconded and .
Cost for maintenance and
sodetyadjoumt'tl.I repair -
JI t: Dehite'JResolved, That the after which the : are low-cost pavements
I closed! _;''',p would benefit the per mile each yean$S.SO.COUNTY .

\ni rvar: :; ].;',>ple j as a whole.:* I L Patronize Gator Advertizing per year of service, as all

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tI I Cost for maintenance axd re- when well-built, they are '

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VARSITY TAKES FINAL GAMEOF strengthened and the next Itwo\ evening had been present (:. r
ALLIGATOR CLEMSON
THE FLORIDA
SEASON FROM dead. On the members of the faculty
...... PILES UP 47 POINTS TO 14 plays were stopped to discuss ted crt
down with a line shif- Tur- upon the
-I (Continued from Page 1) fourth who
io Those
? Entered as second class matter, September 29, 1912, at the Post. him admirers ar.ong nipseed hurled a forward pass responded Wett'
many
won
11 touchdown, as Norman, Dr Leigh Dr.
\ office at Gainesville, Florida, under-the acts of March 3, 1879. the large crowd. Emmanual piece for of a headwork as seen Dr. Bristol, Professo/
pretty a
Reams and Emmanual, substitutes during the entire afternoon. Professor Crandall,
S :, were the lads who gaveClemson \Vat) Dr. Enwall
; FREDERIC H. LANGWORTHY .________._.____......._EditorinChiefROBERT silver lining to their Clemson kicked to Florida, opening one f...
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the Ga Benton. Following these
WRAY ...__....__..__._________...___........._......._.Managing Editor cloud of defeat. These lads working the second half and which end- Dr .Kendrick was given as ,
march
HUBERT WEEKS .....__.__...._._________...Assistant Managing Editor like Trojans pulled down two tors started a tunity to answer the qeett
final play
t executed in touchown, the
I \\1 R. A. CARLTON ......'.____.__._____._......_.__..._....._.._.Sport Editor of Turnipseed's well ed a 25-yard forward obections offered by the -
each ir.tc touchdowns being a pretty
i '.: H W. RUSSELL KING __...........__.____1:....__________Make-up EditorK. passes, after turning which the Clemson pass, Newton to Hockenstad, the members.The .

K. HANSEN ........._.._..........-__.._............_.__ ____ ..Joke Editor guarter back successfully drop latter running 25 yards for the meeting was then

,i : 'I FRANK ELMORE, EDGAR BUSBEE ._...._..._..____.Society Editors kicked goals. Dotter, another substitute score. Clemson kicked to Florida, open cussed and the Professor method Bochob of ) '
march was : e
: '; B. W. AMES .____...___.......____....._-.......--_....._.________ Alumni Editor proved highly valuable to and another touchdown tion in the new course jTl
J end r
.tf 11. W. OVERSTREET ....u..._......._..._...._..: Asst: Alumni Editor the Tigers during the portion of started. Newton circled before right the to his vocational men.

i :: fj N. D. St. JOHN _...______._..................____._.._.____.._Exchange Editor the game he played. Captain Lightsey for the final play. Just Clemson The meeting then ajjoumei!
before having to retire from close of the third period
;t I r!, Virgil M. Bradshaw ....__..m-.m.. Military Editor the battle due to an injury, was got the ball on her 20-yard line

t ,i Ii! : Reporters: Franklin West, G. H. Bee, W. 'Emmons, B. Gamble, the stellar performer in the Clemson and started up the field. Two long WOOD AND C0
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[: Usner, Don C. Booth, R. E. Glenn, C. D. Keen, G. A. Martel, J. D.. forward line. forward passes and Turnipseed's

it'j i Sibert, The game opened with Clemson 24-yard broken field run placed the '
:: M:\; receiving, but shortly the visitors oval practically on Floria's goal WILL BE HERE81THIRDLYCE1
forced to punt and on the Turnipseed tossed to
,::1 HORACE"WILSON .....__..______..._____.._..._.__.._.._. ....Business Manager here line, where
t shot around left final score.
it J first play Case Reams for the Tigers'
.t D,"A. RA3IBO .--_.___.....__....__.__Assistant Business Manager end: for 27 yards and a touch Two plays which netted Clem-

f' r ::1 clown. In the second quarter Florida sen serious loss coupled with a
its down, "Wood, the Man of Mjsteiy.: '
started a march from own pass on the farth 4
\ i ::1 CARRYON! 20-yard line which encfei in Case gave poor Florida the .ball on the Tigers' His Company of Wonder Wet,

forward from New- and era" will be the attraction at.
taking a pass line. End runs
: ISyard
; : With the shrill scream of the referee's whistle at Southside
ton over the line for a touch- line plunges placed Newton in position next number of the Lyceum COOl
'f. Park yesterday the University of Florida football season closed down. Floridas giant center, to carry the ball for a to be given Friday evening. }t.

J' ;! 3 a until another year brings new victories and new-laurels. We may Gunn, intercepted a Clemson for- touchdown. Barchan intercepted a eentber 8, at the Baird Theatn
ward on the forty yard line. and sprint- Mr. Wood,himself a
forward great
pass Clemson pass sgician -
tr r: well feel proud of our teams, for through them this has been the .
Two successful forward passesand led 36 yards down the side lines fort I' illusicnist and 1 paper k ,
: :r fit greatest year we have ever had, and upon the foundations of Newton's line buck gave Flor- j e final touchdown of the game. will be assisted by Mile. Woo,

E : achievement which they have ever made will be erected a "Great- ida her third touchdown. Florida 47-Mounts, le; Robinson I "artistede mystery" in nu;
I Clemson then took a turn at It; Byrd, Ig; Gunn, center; weird, mystifying perform
; er Florida.: Our freshmen have marched off the field for the last returned
scoring. Turnipseed Scott, iff Doty rt; Hockenstad, such as the Japanese disappa
i t: time, bruised, battered and with torn jerseys, but crowned kings Newton's punt 45 yards with a re; Barchan, qb; Pomeroy, Ihb: anee and the Levitatior of

beautiful broken field run. Flor- Case, rhb Newton, (e) fb. cess Warnoc.
: r : and champions of our beloved South. Never again to be Florida's ;
T ida was penalized 12 'yards for 14-Webb. le Light-
Clemson
In addition to perfcrsances
I t' Freshmen, they will yet play under the Orange and Blue again holding. With the ball five yards ; many
11 sey ((c), It; Tennant Ig; Harvey of Oriental and Occident
.j for the glory of the Varsity. The South has heard their battle-cry from the goal line Turnipseed center, Wilson, rg; Jackson, *rt; magic and illusions, one of tt

r 1 .; and felt their strength once, and all will meet again next! year. placed it within a few inches of"Rrroll Wray, te; Turnipseed, qb; Har- I most puzzling and bewildering: as

---- men, Ihb; illiams, rhb; Holehan, ever displayed, the Hypnotic &a-
t a Florida Freshmen, we thank you!
fb. I pension Act, will hcl.l: i the spea-
Now from the gridiron dust clouds another of r- -- -I' Score by periods:
comes body men, teas breathless with awe and! s-I ImiratiolL
G 13 14 14.4;
Floria --- -- i
:i, battle-scarred and war-worn- wearied, faithful line of soldiers
Clemson _._._..._. 077 ft-14 i
whom greet with the thanks and which holds The entertainment requai
:' we appreciation our 1 Florida scoring touchdowns: !
r I elaborate equipment: and, in s
c lips silent, but fills our hearts with throbbing loyalty-the varsity! ,1 Case 2; Newton 3; Hockenstad, dition to being a spectacular: JI"
i I Barchan; points after touchdowns, t
,With shining eyes and uncovered heads we watch them pass us Hockenstad 5 out of 7 "dropkicks." duetion, is refined, entertains%

by and vanish into ''the c1a -rooms. The team that held the eyes Clemson scoring: Emmanual I and instructive. It will be eel

I of the entire country and won their approbation; the line that I substituting for Williams and worth seeing. A
i r : Reams, sub for Webb. Points after
s. ;\ held Harvard, that crushed Mississippi, that swept Tulane off touchdown: Turnipseed 2 drop TWIN POLICY

their feet and marched victory, indomitably! There is Florida's kicks. Time of periods 15 minutes. "The official college for twtfis

!t vI greatness, Florida's pride and boast. Men of the Varsity,f we bow Referee "Jogger" Elcock, Dartmouth I the name given to Stepb
I ; umpire Streith, Album; College of Missouri. Recently tfcn
our heads in reverence to you! head linesman,*Stegeman; Chicago. l was one of the 18 pairs of tuns

Now with the settling dust and th edying shouts, we must not enrolled there who waded to &
FOR PROFESSOR I football that conflicted
forget that we owe these men a sacred debt of loyalty. They have BANQUET tend a game &
KENDRICK OF COLUMBIA. with a class. She itterded
given their all for our greatness. There are men among them Continued from Pan peel game and sent her twin !sister t1ass.

.; who will never play for Florida again; men who have said goodbyeto Out!" followed by a false-true test in Tfc .plan worked perfat
which seventy-five per cent of the ly. Ex.
the squad forever, and such as these we must never fail. We be
questions should answered cor-
must keep up the work which they have so capably begun,. keep \7& hikers! There's a rectly. Recognition and comple- The varsity were kept busy it-
.JL crispness and tang to tion tests are the other forms of til 6:00 o'clock eve_
the name of Florida high and her traditions true, for the battle: Wednesday
I the air! Y'ho! for a hike! A examining used.
is only begun for us. The spirit that won our football victories, snug cap,a pair of knickers, running signals.

and the spirit that unites a University to one pulling, cooperating and a sports sweater do the 1
With the close of the trick! And talking about ... 4 ..+...................
loyal body, is one and the same. season

i the spirit must not die and the interest must be only the mere. in- 5v.--eaters-we've number of beauties a at limited rxk- : BOYS WHEN YOU BUY SEED BE SURE TO GET THEM ;
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tense. The Freshman team and the Varsity have battled and won i bottom prices! Also C2ps.I 0. -FROM-

their ground, but their work is over, their goal passed.: Dumblyand I And knickers 'I' : THE SEMINOLE SEED COMPANY 4

regretfully they discard Jersey and head-guard and look to .. GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA r
Navy and Orange
,Hs to "carry on." We must not fail! I & .. ...............+.<'. I
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"Take up our quarrel with the foe! T- --
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;: The torch, let yours to hold it high

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We shall not sleep; the poppies grow -
I Stratford and
In Flanders Fields." Demand Value and style

Society Brand Clothes f"
Society Brand Clothes

I Wt take off our hats to Brumby, quarter-back on the Bull-pup I
Hanab Shoes, Manhattan Shirts Knox Hats
'- = Freshman eleven. This spunky little field general was "a whole' ,
f.
football team in himself." He did all of Georgia's punting, called Are featured lines in the Giddens Stereo

., ." signals, started practically all forward passes, received all Florida See Our Agents MaH Order' a Specialty.

I punts and in addition showed himself to be a glutton for punish. :. #

ment. When he was toppled it was generally by a quartet or more Frank Evans andWillie .
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of Florida men. Brumby is from Riverside Military* Academy; and Morgan .: 0, .: .
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met another valiant Riverside boy steel-to-steel in the person of e ; _

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Earl Freeman, whose playing Thursday was lauded by the Georgia 78 Thomas HallHARVEYS ,. ..-.'"
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T ''s '" Newton is undoubtedly one of the best backs in the country

Last week's "Jacksonville Journal" quoting from Atlanta papers HENRY GIDDENS CLOTHING CO.!

relative to the Florida-Oglethorpe game, state in a flaming 24 Forsyth St.JACKSONVILLE .

'! ; streamer on the sporting page: "Newton greatest back since Mc- FLA. TAMPA, FLORIDA

Millian!" which is indeed a lofty compliment. Newton's playing

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WEST FLORIDA CALLSOf ter dinner speaker Chauncey M. by Cook and Tinker and a transla-_ .4 ,
all the country I've run across Depew, should prove entertaining. tion of Beowulf by J. L. Hall are :
In my rambling 'round 'Application of Efficiency Prin- all standard works needing no in- ; y
SPORTS I'll take West Florida if you'll gi' ciples" appears to be a very prac- I troduction. "Tower of Ivoiya ;
me a boss small book of poetry by Archibald
tical book. G. H. I
Shepard is the
I An'a little patch '0 ground. MacLeish, is well worth reading. f
r This, with a gun anc a daw; author." "The Oldest English= The library has subscribed to a L
Epic, translated
by F. B. Gum- new magazine, "The Reference '
Is abjuc 41! I'd need, mere
t ; "The Gothic "
History of
Shelf,
a monthly publication
SHORTY: SAYS: containing -
is an pep all their own, and playejtn: With me a cow an' a hawg Jordanes," by Mierow; '"Transla reprints jof selected arti-}
Ark Newton ace among excellent game of football. An a han' ful o' seed. tions From OK English Poetry," (Continued on Page Eight)
res. Georgia's real star It's back there that I'm .
was her ntw rflectill' -
spunky little I .. : :jJ
quarter-back
Bruraby -- -- r.Ii
to have
Last Saturday seems who was a fine field general ar.d It's there my mind's uh strnyin. I.I.lrJ
f ..been a bad day for Georgia teams whole These ;
a football team in books a: things soul'srejectin'
himcclf my
for Alabama's out the"crimson Georgia tide"Bull:,' He did all of Georgia's punting W. N. A V ERA I ,JJ>. ,
Downed called I hear
the signals, and sfcarfej my pappy sayin'"Son H,
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pegs" ten to six, while the "Stormy 1 '
practically all Of get a can full o bait
, } etrals," took a drugging from passes of which Georgia's a number forward An' rig your line an' pole, Tailoring, Cleaning. Pressing, Dyeing. Odorless dry cleaning We i i: ';r '
he '''Gators."a- completed. He showed himself were 'Full-moon's their bitin' date- make all kind sof alterations, and repairing and give you a fit. We ;j "
bard to down and when We'll try the old 'Jack Hole." dye to live.
Xo doubt a few Atlanta sport he was Now I hear p
toppled it generally can old "Liver" bark-
was ;

,game writers last viewed Saturday the, with material.Ogle!hori/eye than The one summary Florida shows man. that by Flori-more in'On trail of a cottontail hara., 233 E. Main St. South. ,. Phone 415 1.+ f'fP.la I

',fland" for all-Southern-.- '"J ,1 da made nine first downsagainst And in a log he'll have him park- iI
I six for in'And I
Georgia. The lf'
Gators
[ END SEASON WITH o penalized 110 w re> I'll chop 'im out o4 there. ,j i '.: ,,;-
1PER CENT TAKE GEORGIA INT- sum for the yards Crackers.to half that "Go Liver Boy" I'd whoop --------------------- ::1 t

TO CAMP BY SCORE OF 23-6 had little success with the Florida aeria1 From outburst o' the habbit., FIRST METHODIST CHURCH i j ':I'j

. (Continued, from Page 1) attack and tried but few. Georgia "We'll make a pot o' soup t !J:40 Sunday School H. O. Emvahl, Teacher of College Men's I ;; ; t >!
shoulder
ace unt cf an injured wasgar Out o' that big-eyed rabbit". .
attempted 11 t Class.
forwards
!f ; : plared into the fr:.cas anu five for nice gains.and Brumby completed And as I sit a drea 1 n', ponderin', t.j : t ,
J h Aida opened up again to rouse did most of the tossing. Me old pipe uh suckin Preaching 11:00 and 7:30. Epworth League 6:30. I 1\\ 5 !!; t '
tit;'r Beeping! scorers to, action Score, My heart goes o'er them woods uh -------- ----------- 1
! the lineup and
Jor:::s opened up in the first partof summary:' warderin, r
this period with a placement Florida (23) Georgia (C) I The wild flowers plockin', r J } :
, ,'lent from the field for three points Freeman ------... le...._..____Moore I' Gosh! I'm fTtd wi' college I Popular Goods at Popular Prices at f' F ;E 1 t't'I
i the touchdown of the young Williams --....-__..It.._...__.... Bass I An' long fer me home shack; ', ,:
Gato:s came in the latter part of Goldstein ....-.._lg_______.. Gray I I know I need the Imo ledge. I II BURKHIM'S
be! quarter when Brumby attempt: But the ol'l woods call reae back. I I '((1'
Cornwall -___ ..c{__.,---, Oliver ,
J to run back a bad from --1..P. '-
e i pass
c:e;: tor but was tackled by three Green ..--_.._,.rg._____.... Tippin I ; i
T'' .rda players and fumbled the Smith ------_rt .._______ Lipaeomb ; -
ball, \\-. Thomas recovering it on P. Thomas ..,.._. re ._....Richardson LIBRARY RECEIVES I THE BEST LINE 1 ifffiai fl ;,

the: two-yard line. On the firstp'.g : Randall _.._._.jjb......__.... Brumby I I .
Jones plunged through the Jones -_........--Ih-..-..Siraovritz (c) INTERESTING In Students' Suits from : J :
linL. for the touchdown and sent Lightsey ...._____rh_......_ RaiforiMiddkkauff .. t
a successful placement kick _..__ffa....._.... Heriot BOOKSAmong $22.50 UP -
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hi" nth the uprights for the tiy Score by periods: "

;01 point. Florida __"'....-___... 760 10-2? MAAS CLOTHIER
Georgia was two touchdown behind Georgia __.....-.._..... 0 6 0 06 the books that have arrived HABERDASHER ; 'I" I
when Tippin Red and Black Florida Scoring: Touchdown at the university library recently Tampa Florida
,
jhalpback, grabbed onto a deflected Jones 3. Try for Points-Jones 2 may be mentioned several ;, I' :
F'!>., ida forward pass-one of the placement. Field Goals-Joneg 1. of special interest. A three volume I Iffi !
attempted by Acosta'g outfit Gfoigia Scoring: Touchdown- set, "ii 8tory of Human Marring '- I i H t
an ; galloped safe home with the Tippins. ," wrtten by E. A. Wester- $ R
ov-' before the quondam ownersof Officials: Referee-Ted Arnold marek, will appeal toour socio- '
4t: were fully aware they had (Auburn.) Umpire Hutchinson logy students. "Speeches and Lit- 91 GATOR CAFETERIA | J 'ft'
locu: it Lightsey was the only one (Perdue.) Head Linesmen, Albert erary Contributions At Fourscoreand !R AT COLLEGE INN [|
to make an honest-to-goodness effort Hill (Ga. Teeh). Field Judges- Four" by the ever-pooular afwwwwsma '
to stop him and was dumped Charles Chapman (Edinburgh.) CAFETERIA S.ERVICE yj 'II
for his tmins. Time of periods 15 minutes. -- .
Two minutes before the final ,! Auerbach's Fine Candies i j i!:fi Short Order Service -.--......--.........-..7Si AM.. to 11 P. M. !W:
rUtJt"! Coach Ascosta sent in ten After the two day's rest of last i iI IlEAL
members of the second string week the Rodents had hari, scrim- T lOcDORSEY { TICKETS mm.n.mhn..nh.n.h._:.. _... ...---_...._.._.._$4.25 Hj I Ii .
eleven! and I, & CO. I!Ii
when the referee had mages on both Monday and Tues-
1pj; ,Jied counting them up they day and followed them up with alight i j GROCERIES I !I!!:fi Ii A. A. ACKER: Prop. | i

fEt on! on the Georgia Rats with a work-out on Wednesday. "'CD! 44IIJ ______.1. n irrtfaaiBarara ,I'
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Who's Who at the U. of F. peatedly, and was resolved Alice 1I t THE UNIVERSITY BOOK STORE

( MAURICE BDNNELL be taken in by anyone.As just t
.
"Blondy"' Bunnell, the youn .but he was :walking down and Basement Language Hall '

i r t oh-so-farr vice-president Qf the syth street in company Forgot- t

; r Student Body, is very peculiar in other wayward student, a In You.': t tt
4 many respects. First it is rumored Pushed up to him, grabbed Dear.' tI
) he is as innocent as he hand and said eagerly: "Why DAN"-
}CJ kg. This is only a rumor, you lo there, Jack; I'll bet you I New Lin eof University Jewelry and Stationery, Large

understand. There are no proofs thing you don't remember
any- Assortment of Pennants, Freshman Caps Memory
"You win, said the
to substantiate it. Second, he is sol rat t
proud of being era Engineer that and proceeded down the
) not, but t Books, Etc.
1' lie is out for the Engineering football -
team. No one knows the cause Bob Rhudy (examining a !
awfully ------- -- --
;; of this unusual outburst of energy in a trial at the Law '
i 1. you? .... .. ... .
: rlkt Some say that he has been disappointed And where did you say )"
!. 1! in love and wants to forget rested this man?
any SHOES REPAIREDBY 1
you
it. Others hold that thereis 'Vitness'On West

no truth in this, for he still gets street, in Jacksonville." the so'"a .
I'dI his letter a day. / Rhudy-"Which way does -

I' Blondy is young man of every syth. street run?" : a dos : AMERICAN SHOE REPAIR COMPASIJ H
I steady and dependable habits. He Witness-"I don't .
never snores in class, never hands I sir. \
'i : Shoes Called for and Delivered Work Guaranteed)! .:
in his work more than a month : about
late, never cuts a meal, never Petteway-"What's the '
y : TELL T. P. WINTER, AGENT, 35 BUCKMAX
# swears before ladies, and so on the spheresanyway'? it again' t

I :, right through an interminable list Field-'That must be the : in the .......... .. i]

}; of virtues. ing of the billiard balls." .------------------4..
t 'I# Last summer he had the den- I
s i
I: gue. The .other day he dropped Geiger-"Dr. Shealey, that say Greenleaf & Crosby Company
f into confab where several sob-*i5I we've got in there smells for you t
f. ters were recounting their ailments thing awful. 15'>>'t there tt

;: ,, past and present. Says we can do to keep it from t JEWELERS .
I ;L r; Blondy: "I certainly was sick. ling?" retire.

:! 1 Every bone in my body _ached as I Doc Sheale-"Sure, cut off I Jacksonville, Florida
;i t t. if it were broken. I had the wcrst nose." : and she I
.: \ : .t headache I've ever had." Luckily

}{r :'1 he saw his break and daughed with A countryman went up a box t Medals, Class Rings and Pins. Committees i

t. t the rest of them. That is a good election nig' t to oslebrat\.. :: :: up. t in search of loving* cups or trophies
ti t point of Blondy's. II? never fails promptly got polluted. On his ,
: to laugh at a joke on himself. But home in the wee sma* hours vaca t suitable for Golf, Tennis or other athletic

; .! then, he has so much practice. dropped into one of the you have; t events, will find it an easy matter to j
f ; Bunnell is also lucky in being places, where this Bum
they were
f i a very moral young man. The on I the votes. Ha stayed for : f Choose from selection packages which we I

:; Iy deed he has ever had occasion} f II interested spectator, I haven't ,II t will gladly send upon approval. *
; r i to regret was that of swiping a them mark up on the I last

i r sat of checkers from the "Y." He so many votes for Willie Bea :I.----------------=----...-
l'f didn't all of them, and its sc I
: t } inconvenient get to have to piece the and lIe finally so many left votes, however for O., and II I *...... ..4) .. .. 'O. ..
ase-
f ; set out with buttons every rime sued his course down the str I : : WHEN YOU EAT AT THE
I
1: I F he wants to play. search of a safe roosting Give'h
I t IJ
Oa his journey he came to an I )tI
e J;. Prof. (in Electrical EngineerIng -' night restaurant brilliantly 1: I j tI GAINESVILLE CAFETERIA i

: l )-"You will notic.2, gentlemen ed. In the window was'a sign Il
Ave.
that the curve suffers a depressio read: I | YOU GET :

t: in the small hours of the morning Pork and Beans _-_______--.___--- : :
it indicating that very little electricity Ham and Eggs ______--______ = :: __- A SQUARE MEAL :
I. is being used then. Practical He leaned against lamp-post j at a
!1 1 Iy nothing is Ijt$ up. contemplated it seriously. .
t
j SQUARE
"- ?: Voice in rear of the room. he shouted: _"Hurrah f'r DEAL PRICE 4

r l 'Cept me, doctor. Eggs!" I 32 t j .. \)4) +. .t.

: I a
*Hllot Bill. Where you bound I __ -------------
"This is the great blot on .m ., ----- II
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<. looking so happy? life," said the rat as he i --
.. "Me? Down to the infirmary to a bottle of ink on his t ELECTRIC SHOE REPAIR I II II I
COMPANY
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be examined for appendicitis. phy. I SHOES I
'That's nothing to be whistling REPAIRED WHILE YOU WAIT

,(r f ,about old top." Last spring George Stanley t I
" That's all right; don't worry. Inever to a house party down at
SERVICE AND I II
t QUALITY OUR MOTTO
in
examination
i : passed arc my College. While he was there II
? We the first time I took it./ following conversation was o I
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STUDENT
heard by another young I REPRESENTATIVE. K. WINTER, ROOM
I
I They tell this one on Joe "I don't think I'll ever Shop i II 19 BUCKMANSPORTING
; Barefean: swim," mourned one fair t -
l Two Jo returnlag I
: yenta ego was co-edna to another. i I
". -.g from a trip out west. A5->U<' "Why, what's the matter?" tI t ---------- -----------.
dawn one morning, while he was pathized her chum. j .. o. .e
4 + still steeping peacefully in his "Geor e won't leggo of me I ()+. ...? t. ;I

.. 'berth, the train he was on co-' enough." : call j GOODS
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ho-sdhead o- with a stray freight. J Football
I
4 It was\a horrible wreck. The entire Rat Graham was coming I Tennis .
trauv' telescoped into a smoky from South Florida to enter I I Cafe j't <> Hardware of All Kinds 4

iIIg heap\>f debris. When Joe University. He was enjoying { 4' SEE US 4

i came to b2 was securely pinned self mightily talking to a I 0
down. The pilot of the locomotive ---
lady when the conductor g THE THOMAS COMPANY
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rested across his legs One of his him for his ticket. To save his
arms was fastened down by the he couldn't find it. Just I E S G Phone 22 e
atert"OOlerfrom the caboose of was starting through his WEST SIDE OF SQUARE .

: 1 the freight which was in turn held on another s.arch, the t 9 t

.{ if&A by the greater portion of a said impatiently: I H OQ ....
4iMRg-ear. One of the massive Come now, you can't have -
t 4ri?. wheels of the locomotive lay your ticket." 0
'\ .e bJb chest. His head was weed The deuce I couldn't," said STYLEALL
i I I Botwfeen a section of the Pullman exasperated Tat. "I boat a
l observation platfrom aDd half of drum !'* E
once
i
-t ti a lender. --- THE WHILE

Wiling hands soon attacked the BEN-He who laughs last d+ E S
f 1 wreckage however, and in the see the joke in the first 'ttr
course of a few hours Joe was ..nj Our system of operation makes
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: 1 everal and set or. his feet. He THE SONG OF SONGS for exceptional values-unexcelled
( staggered up to one of his Te8eOerd "All by Myself," & t tI \
t I and drew his hand across his eyes "When It's Moonlight in |I service. 2 \
t fe-a dazed and uncertain fashion lu Land" "Do You Ever |I t tI
i How many yards did make ''
I we Me? "Sweet Lady." '
on. that down, big boy?" BeTh Rose in a Devil's Garden' and j I I I' I-- -h

<1 edId. You Could Care For Me,"
fi Wild Irish Rose/} "I'd Weep : 'EM I II Suits-Hats-Furnishing Goods .l n
j wise rate had gone to Jeksonvfile )Ior.j"and then :-
.11 ( to see the PlerWa rats would be I II
U .romp o k, the Georgia pups. He ! been -warned about the wiles of "Wabash Blues" I
because "I I I TAMPA
fee FLORIDA
slier city confidence men r- Xokody's Darling" and "I'd .I
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EXCHANGE NEWS original strength to remain intacton II I Incorporated 1888 I J } "

the gridiron, there is net bE-
I Capital $100,000 Surplus $150,000 f 1'
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X. D. St. John least doubt that the Olive and Blue }
+ standards would have been planted I GAIXESYILE, FLORIDA } = e '
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on heights victory when --OO--- S -

... -"-.a..L....- -- ... .:!-e ofJI.- JI. ... .. .to.. :-".- ..!.".... ,.t.. JI ..,. oe_ +. +. + .;. .;. .;. + the game ended. Its all in tbt> iSEEflHSHHSSI
-- game though and our hats are
RECEIVES. CHALLENGE I f! have agreed to the strictest rWESi I doffed to the gentlemen from !!ri t :

l jl 1&r: -'i- r iy o! New Or- .i ever made for keeping co'lega 1 i Florida. They won like football : GAINESVILLE FURNITURE :t .
I COMPANY
:.5 h:.- :,:, ::H'd a debate 'tdgot i sports "clean" and strictly a*ia- players and they deserved to .nnundsr t 3r

[ from O'-'o State. Because I tear. No student who has ever received I the conditions j

;,-tr erriach: record in debating i money for taking part in ,! Ark Newton, Florida's great j; s Victrolas and Records
U;' yrr. Tune: has bean: honoredm i any kind of sport cass be a aeemt half-back will undoubtedly make i iallSouthern i t

_re vft?' s of debate this year t! ber of any Harvard Yale or I I half-back this seasonor : i 21g :

.n a"5" :hfr year before. Ohio !. Princeton team. Students who are win be robbed out of it. He is !:: D. R. COX, ProwieteTELEPHONE: 8$ i'

,It rot t-r.Iy 50rsted a debate on the college teams mast not rccewe I I tie greatest half-back seen! here r-
of ere*' 't" oa> all! expenses ef i financial support from otb- since Everett Sr*upper, *led" Bar- I S

tYp- Tc&Haat accept, as ; ers than those on whom they are l J I ron a=d Joe Guyon.Talae. !h
h- a* t -y! closed four fntereJ2t depends Football training mast lgafah2o ',aaaaaagsfis-gfagiBigi S

:* e daxes: and fed tfcatCourc I not begin earlier than a week be-
: :'. ha all the wrk it enURVARD /ore the of I
opening
I Nan
the
college By the way. Bill called me ST. PATRICK'S '
CATHOLIC CHURCHE. c
1.. i year. No games can be played after Ma pearffart ni hk i 1 =
t the regahu- MAIN STREET NORTH
season is over. --- -- '
PRE. IHS LEAD Other roles of the agreement axe I I Ben-Wanted to string yon ea?

\a.-rdir.g to the Alumni Bola equally strict It will go into effect I I I II Patroci Gator Advertisers.I Reverend John Conoley, S. T. L., Rector fF

L.f Harvard Cole. forty January 1, 1933.GROWING J; : TELEPHONE 629 :"

rr r'Ii i: men are PCTT presidents

Ar-e:icn college- In die state PAST |: -oss- ; F
cs.c
11.: .'" there is a Harvard man Few oniverrities in the world, it i j I >'I SCHEDULE OF SERVICES

the .Sri of evercollege.. indeed any, hare grown so !a..q YOUR RAZOR II t "I SUNDAYS; -10:30 A. M. and 7:45 P. M.
a* the University of the Plu p- ; I WEEKDAYS: :30 A. M.

1'RINCETON WINNERS pine The attendance for the year : t BLADES t II i I
1911-12.. 1," and for 1981-!. -
: wm th first annual I
pr-c'
:r:-r ross-eountry rUe with 4,718 an increase of 237 per cent. : I Sharpened at about one- ?;. .OO. .... ..... ....

t nr ::.-' Yale over the sy- r: third the cost of new bladesSWK4RINGEN'S II t : : :
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ALEX
r CAFETERIA
WOULD EVENTS l
e p":"m('n: coarse lectntlj, with '
p"-t Harvard snrprbei its At the University of Chicago a | t F; + : FRESH-CLEAN GOOD : : t

t b\' taking: second- place recent attempt was made to Je- t 4 1 5

i CO.:5 45 > ..__!S. while Yale eanes terms the truth af the statement ; AT IDEAL CAFE t 13sEWYAN : 4> : Here's the place to get .. ... : a

: -s; ::*-. 62- ConliliwDa were I that college stadens are prac cly ?!- !'! Opposite Fire Station .
r-tk-i "v::.r cn/ss-cdontr/- iterant vf the significant wwl.-1 I iI 1 i 4 what yon want what .
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Ir *he dual freftbjaaa race !I events that are taking place. : yon tram it. : '
T> Harar-I and Yale, the i I Thirteen students, both meg m II i iwoment

73- :: smoo- 2 b"g surmise< by were questioned as to vHc i I : ANYTHING at ANYTIME t I

't t> z.'>-- :: points, Yals fel-. I won the adman divoTce case. AJ! WARD A c

.i v -h 37. Harvard foBwrr.w i tat one man knew. When asJcci ;|H..+..P...N.H. ............... @ t
.. a"_ predicting that tII ri'l.r r what ,was the cause of Uy. REBUILTTYPEWRITERS :
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--.r..m will coa prettyv I George's fesignation, not a sinc..a.pI !t r------------ l
1 I wooBsn and only five conld S&M DOWN
men
;:---:"? th? intercollegiate MARABUETS STUDIO
-::-...--_ (.h'Tspionsbip later His ...-erfte Typewriter Repairing andS < I t
......'. lower ppits !
ctr. score proved | t "THE HOME OF GOOD PICTURES
!
this that of the men; but ia regard ; THE BLOODWORTH TYPE. _,
to the knowledge of sraiuial |) WRITER :AND REPAIR I i' I L
GAME .
\P'7S M XRCH TO
tile woman far sBXpoavedi the JeD ; COMPANYNext I't Official. Phototrapker for UMiveraitjK .-.r I rTill
i- : }i't.3 I:on. in fall drsssV I
Door to Western Union I I
: Ii .4ak Work Reined in a Day f
th2
Rk ::: e J i': Pentagee qeLy i f
PLOT IDA vs. TULANE:
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._:<: ;: : at 1:15 o.eJock ---- r ._ 1 'i! I
thnr ; .
l'aisme has passed : a5ne
:r._:..hSta\ fed la "trMar. I I :
T'L:: s. u. footba1lIt. .f the fiexerst contests or battles I NORTH. SIDE OF SQUARE :
.. a Gree Wave coaabiaatioa has I
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to arnraeixM .
i aJIi.
OVER MILL>WS
ever experieiwedL The Green Wave
: :: .'. -,-..H ay to the esdett' II' I-. -
..... ': .':t. eI Sydfcy Smittt: in the last home staad of the seaf! ... .
I - ---- - -
son dashed madly against a.
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f:+ ; .; 4 military fom-
wall of concrete in the Afflgatoi? ,
,. ::, ':''ant? :he battalOD 97"n ;
of the University of Florida :na
C c-xk !" aims. aDd erery ca.- t s
(....i:: @ *:::,-.uireti! to be preeent want smashed by a score of 27 tc Bedding, Pillow Cases, -
.. Kvery time the wave rolled ; \ ;
' $ rZviousiy flCaBed.ORT .
agaInst the sturdy .aD of the i i Sheets Blankets
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FloridiaBf, it was dashed back as ; :
*! MUSKETEERS OUT TO
I BEAT TECH so many drops of water. 4; RIBBON'S-RIBBON NOYK.TIBS
Starting off the game Talac J i
use Emory Unit: of tile B- O. T. I had the better team on the feJ :MADE TO SPECIAL ORDER
ti s ?'iv t<> commence the most .
.rre vtr\e: i-ter-coBegiat? rifle i j .

T E' ter y -t attempted. Chales We Grind Our Own Lenses ; We Keep Everything: for Your RoomCAINESVILLE.FLO 11

av be."? sent oat to fifty J. ". rCOLLOI & CO. .

. f 5. inclu'-ine aP the leading+ DRUGGISTS NODELAYGainesville. i r a

'an? tf the Sonth The THE RECALL STORE !
/
tes> s:M ,:f interest has *lradsovascxi > Agents for Florida. :
in this DtetH.g !- @1 .
;
f veiyin Liinielts and Norris Candi* i

. ; rconejriate sport. J1L.ig : GairesvilSt F1a. i : t'e work already being dome i .
?K !ryEmory ritkren !
! dest-svc: to write tile ace at 1I I I A. H. DoranFor r r r :. ilul

ir A:.:;-i Maer high on4ls the 1 I Bicycles and Bicycle I <>> >< <>..<>....> c-f :!-; institutionsO. having
. T C. uts. Major Fa1li.e nt I Accessories iI_
. 232 East Main Street South
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taker persa_ I sup rvision of i ti
4 :iSe vro'-k arc this within it- I

1 aw&ns that -he;: team is to be !

ed':"-zt 'oM. !I. HEARSTSSUNDAY GREETINGS i'

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AMERICANATLANTA t
ri DESERVES VICTORY
f THE U. OF FLA. STUD vrs
co TYT'e J. Asperate, and fxjM-

Atm: Tiger sheadd a CONSTITUTION .

-es": Tan that ripped: Ae preart's rt
.j '.. frcia the juoad Gall I -PAGES OF COMICS S 4

'''!-.:, of Crntr* *H& bang a .
s -- : '. tve deep black fte t! When in town make our headquarters your headquarter '

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-- -- wi h another in improving his appearance is not During most of the playing periodthe of their own are having t1e r

H : ti 1 DEAN BENTON AT reading.favored Next meeting the audience of the Forum is in proper that he1 uniform can to put and our is not battalion doingall I the ball field was and Sewanee's many unsuccessful half of radio Band give periodic when gave its concerts.first 'at

7 o'clock on top. trys at goal were made by the they Wl'1't fs
Wednesday evening at
1. ; g MEETING OF LAND Come out and see what you have I Florida players.Too for the Mississippi PIle.

by staying away. RECEIVES INTERESTING much praise cannot be given stations listened ir: 0.11 t ia
been missing LIBRARY
j GRANT COLLEGES to Professor Metcalf and the stung: cetr, and the band fiOf ia
: BOOKS dents of Sewanee High School for ing many requests for etIie
.1 i CADET OFFICERSIN (Continued from page five) the entertainment furnished the. cert, and the band now it

r. 3 Dean Benton who has been away des, briefs, bibliographies, debates Florida team in Live Oak. A most piece they played was the
t i ii last week attending the annual and dance was and Blue," and
i "SAM BROWNS" and study outlines on timely topics.It enjoyable party many JIeetle
< meeting of the Land Grant Col valuablein held in the evening after the I-; our college song out of the
t : I lege Association returned the early will undoubtedly prove I At the fair 1 last week
: of the week. Dean Benton UNIFORMSyln'My connection with debating and game. follows I sonville numbers it *
NEW
;'j part AND The Florida lineup was as spoke L>lie !
I f i went as representative of the Engineering other literary activities on the : Left wing, Knox; left in' "there about the concert ai'i '

r College of the University campus. side, Paniello; center forward; 'plimented the band highly

: 'I at the meeting and President Tow is the time for ai! goo ----.. Buckley; right inside, Dupont; --
the University
4' Murphree represented Though clothes do not make the The second team that went in for tight wing, Clegg; left halfback, THE ST.AUGUSTIXE CI.t(
whole. The meting*
i as a in man they can do quite a lot in the Gators in the last of the Bee; center halfback, Driggsrs?: Friday evening, Noveraher
1-- i J ef the association were the heM Wil- making the soldier, especially so Georgia game laid over the young right halfback, Saarinen; left fair-, the St. Augustine Cllb bel;
D. C., with
J Washington
"I;: 'I lard Hotel as headquarters. when the man in question is a cadet Buld Dogs Ike a dollar over a back; Brumley; right fullback; ,j ,* regular meeting, in the r"
;i 1 1 The divided Into officer ar-d appears for the dime. Bratley; goal keeper, Johnson. two of its members. Varies
n I i meeting was first time in a tailor-made uniform Substitutes: Simmons for Johr.': of interest wer diseased

i. -5: J gineering.two sections-agriculture The two main topics and en of l' .and a Sam Brown, is the opinion I Several students made the tripto son; Davis for Paniello Johnsonfor the victorious progress'

i discussion the establishment of those who saw the first appearance the metropolis for the c'oaing Bratley Knox for Brumley, cliib's team ir the inter<
1 i were of the cadet officers in their Coe for Kn'ox.COLLEGE club volley ball tournament
;. f of engineering experiment station games of the season. I
new outfit. are already being laid
!l at the various state universities fQl
,
; Another sight worth seeing will BAND BROADCASTS club's picture in the Seminolt
.f; similar to the Agricultural Experiment After three years without defeat
f 'j Station which we have be the appearance of the Military the Washington and. Jefierson v Last week the Ga. Tech b1lJlJt "t, Mr. James Knight was sele
.r here on the campus. The met!.od Science III class very soon in their! I Presidents lost wto consecutive gave a concert over the Atlanta?_ lend his ,aiti 4tic ability> m
uniforms which though not of the Journal radio broadcasting station l j making of a Spanish
design
J' .: by which a college may be granted games to PitUburg and Detroit -
f : one of these stations is by encouraging same cloth, are supposed to be g and the alumni from all over theme I rropriate to the atmosphere ci;
H ij its engineering professors I equally good-looking. However South are writing in their coji Ancient City. After a mote!
to engage in some exnrt !- I they will not be expected to rivalin i I I gratulations and asking to have I usually animated discussion,!
t mental work in engineering: and any way the ostentation of the Atlanta and New Orleans news- the concert repeated. Several jjt I Marion- Jackson, of St. Anj
t j: by having the results of their Seniors with their shining putts papers, speak of Florida's heavy the large Universities in the North was chosen as sponsor for
:1 :: work published. If the work and highly polished Sam Browns. team, and Dickson the heaviest which have broadcasting stations i club this year.
The of the battilion! "giant," on the team only weighs
appearance
1 \ proves valuable to the engineering .
u
l '1 ; science in its results it merits a i is being so much improved that 194 pounds.

I f- : station at the college at which the anyone: who comes out without ,.
!p. work is performed. One of the well polished shoes is apt to find I' GATOR SOCCOR MEN'' LOST TO.
f :: main difficulties here is the lack himself not only subject to con- SEWANEE HIGH 2 TO 1 We Are Bicycle Specialists! 4
; of space with the present engineering siderable scrutiny by his company (Continued from page one
to the officers, but may also find that from the center of the field which
: ebuipment carry on
I ,: '- experiments. his demerit list has been run up. the Foi'.La: boys took advantageof and Tennis Racket DoctorsWe

'; The second important topic now on who has not spenta :! rough after it had been
cussed of anyone
the advisability
was ex-
employ U. of F. studj&nt help and deserve some a<
tending the curriculum of the engineering few moments just prior to drill worL ad to the front of,the goal.
;. _______L__ your patronage. Why sepd, your rackets away for n :
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course to five years.
: #II / stringing, then wait for'seVere Idays and ,inferrwi
,! concensus of opinion was that the .. get 1 7
:' course should remain at four year / work and finish? You probably; save two-bits, but does$" .

: but that an additional year be pay in the long run?
!
J provided for which would lead to We restring and deliver your racket in a few hours; aj*

;: a Master's degree. A refinish with shellac every 30 days free of charge. '
; In the general session of the TOW' E A.. OF p.1
i I ,association there was an address I, BICYCLE WORK; ACCESSORIES AND :

1 I E'; by Dr. Woodward, president of SUPPLIES at very reasonable price.
j Carnegie Tech, a man noted in the
: scientific world for his research l
work in Physics. Secretary oft

{ "Agriculture Wallace also address B. \' '
i \:, i ed the association. IPSE DIXIT LIUPNBLUMOPPOSITE

There were thirty-one state universities -
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represented, the most distant -
being Nevada. Dr. Benson!' and GALILEOThere .LYRIC THEATRE .

t f considered the meetings a great

success, especial in the erginering -
w line, as it opened up two new was much learning but little real knowledge .------- ----------- ,

lines of advance in engineering;: "lileo's t JOHNSON'S
iu-G time ((1564-1642)). Aristotle was swal- I PHARMACY

L i ; I j education. Mowed in bad Latin translations. Ipse dixit. No Drugs, Medicines, Stationery, Toilet and Rubber Goods

I .>,./one checked him by what seemed We guarantee personal attention to PrescrIptIons. OJIJ
vulgar coarse
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I 1 FORUM IX GYMNASIUM experiment. Gainesville, Florida. '
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for them. Galileo fought against the dead hand of tradition.He ;- ---------
I Miss Aileen Graves executed a did not about Aristotle but him
argue put to
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', j difficult piano solo which drew I US EVERY DAY r
the test. Aristotle led his readers to believe that of
much applause, andliss' Maude
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Bal1 tine and Miss Ganelle Cor- two bodies the heavier will fall the faster. Galileo I THE LYRIC THEATRE zI (

bett gave very appropriate readings <<1- simply climbed to the top of the Leaning Tower of : t You Knew How We Stand on All College Matters}

in tune with the Thanksgiving Pisa and dropped two unequal weights. The "best
Mrorrrrr-
which thoroughly wrrrirrliro .
season were
people"were horrified they even refused to believe
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enjoyed and which merited encores ----- ..
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i from each of the readers I It the result-that the.weights reached the ground in i I FLORIDA BARBER SHOP -
Miss Katie McDonald favored fie I equal times. j ,
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which
student" with two vocal solos
wprct rendered in Miss McDon"ldVtau&g : Guaranteed Service and Courtesy is our Motto ;
"Look at the world, and experiment, experiment, t ; '
; She was *.ccompamed J. C. PREVATT .: :
manner.
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.- cried Galileo. a ; :
I by Miss Giaves. -- ------ _...
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Mr.\ White gave a short interesting ,
address in which he related The biggest man in the 16th century was not Galileo -

: a few 11 the personal experiences: s. popular estimation, but Suleiman the Magnificent LEATHER SOLE SOCKS

I : of now his looks life back for at which them,he is,*thank-as hec -, -the Ottoman Emperor, who swept through I Silk! Finished Lisle in Brown, Black and Gray :

: f ful. Several of his early experiences : .- Eastern Europe with fire and sword and almost captured Satisfaction warranted,. by Manufacturers. r :.

:: were quite humurous, such Vienna: Where is his magnificence now? ; I 50c Value' 25c L. C. SMITY: .

f as the time he watered the elephant -- ._--
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I at the circus for a free ticket: Galileo gave us science-established the paramount
and his first job, which was carrying .
dishes into a store. In closing -right of experimental evidence. Suleiman did littleto PIANOSPLAYERPl.4NOS

-: t he expressed himself as thankful help the world. EDSON
PHONOGRAPHS _
i : that be had received thr opPortunity -
of coming to the University Hardly an experiment is made in modern science SHEET MUSIC STRING INSTRl .

I t to work as "'Y" secretary 1 which does not apply Galileo's results. When, for KELLY MUSIC CO. Next Door to l\iilIet.
and to be a helpful influence in
,. I r the life of the student body. instance, the physicists in the Research Laboratoriesof

I The meeting was then thrown the General Electric Company study the motionsof

t open for each one to tell for what electrons in rarified atmospheres, or experimentto WON'T YOU

he was particularly thankful' heighten the efficiency of and
generators motors
Several resfonded ani among these ,
was Rat Cushman, characterired they follow Galileo's example and substitute facts HAVATAMPAMILD l

as our 'Chief Justice to-be," who .for beliefs. .. HAVANA -
after a humorous prologue expressed -
some of the outstandingwhy CIGAR
we should be thankful for
penerallilElecflric
ELI WITT CIGAR "
CO.
our university and our state Rat ,
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Cushman was loudly applauded. Company Distributor?

,g At the close of the program MUsBllentinft ts.ec Tampa Miami Jackson &

and Mis Corbett ea,; I. ( I .

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