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:; football squads have been havingome

Several Changes Made fn Assignment STUDENT BODY{) tough scrimmage;: State Board of Control--Chairman Makes
"I' to CompaniesSHERMAN All kinds of material have come to HONOR CODE OF
Announcements Concerning Buildings
light and every student who has bezn

1 : DRIGGERS, HOLDS ELECTION jut: watching the practice games can U. OFF. READ IT

CURTIS HIATT "TOPKICKS" testify that Florida will have a rip- ADMINISTRATION: :MUSEUM

ear'.r team. The the boys AND HOSPITAL BLDINGS NEXT
'g way

I !on Transferred to Company D. 1920-21 OFFICERS sped alon s1ti fie: everyone more FOR YOUR SELFMost

Knight Made Battalion Adjutont. than American dollars satisfied Chas. Next Year Will Sae Many Changes On

! Ponzi. U. of F. Campus is Iequesr.
J I'ord PraMdent, :\Ierrin Vice-President, : Important Manuscript on Campus
1. Pursuant to the authir- Coach Kline; and Captain: Baker
Wells S:!c:etary and Treasure. Should be in Every Man's Room.
vested in the Professor MiLtary: That no more dormitories will be
f ity have not made any g "at boasts, but

&; Science and Tactics at the University Everyone is more or less pleased we all know things will hum when built at the University of Florida, but

". of Florida by the Secretary of War with the new system of student the 'Gators line up wall t Newberry. There are probably many new men that next year's building program
govTnment who do not know that there is an will include the construction of an
and the President of University, Coach has mat'trid
) as brought out and organized as : plays as a
. the following appointments are announced at the Student Body meeting Tuesday front line man had "ooti'-s. and has Honor System in force within the Un- administration building, a library and
r I iversity They have heard that museum and a hospital, the museum
in the Battalion may
:'x Cadet : night in the gym. As Dr. Mur- hem all picked out for u-e on each

TO be Color Sergeant phree bro<1 .ht out, we are out 'tripping opposing team. All ran be assured there was one, but failing to hear building to include an auditorium, '
more of it, they have doubt was the announcement Thursday by
Williams, D. E. ,, the entire South in regard to he will not light our ever "Beloved may no
I forgotten everything about it. J. B. Hodges, chairman of the state
To be First Sergeants. i|I these matters, and it is with pride jeorgians, but he is!' not prom'sinto
For their benefit and for the ben- board of control of public institutions,
Sherman J. S. them
a! I that we point to our new Constitution hand out on a golden platter.
Driggers, R. L. and system in general.Dr. Florida will demonstrate shortly efit of the old men who may have for- NO MORE.which .
:' gotten the rules and regulations, the met yesterday afternoon at the
Curtis, G. j M 'r hree actpj as chairmanand that Newberry Tc lege is "rtew" at
,: i Honor Committee requested that the I White House in a conference on uni-
Hiatt, C. R. opened the meeting for the mrm- this man' game. and is going to
"' Code be published in this week's issue versity matters.Mr. .
To be Sergeants. 1 without Florida's
I nat'on: of officers for the After :>ur} 'them charge. -
year. of I Hodges stated that all of the
the Alligator.The .
L Nichols, C. H. I a very exciting election Herbert Ford, line-!) as '-et ij very indefinite,

c: Gillen, P. H. !I i lafely a recipient of a Rhodes: Scholarship but four (,copi tearrs have been code is as follows: I large universities are doing away

::r Scott, I. W.Redman to Oxford University, was selected oing to it." so as for lack of nut-l Section 1. Breach of H or system. with the dormitory idea and that
1. Either giving or receiving boarding houses, run by private individuals -
R. P. to lead the Student Body as Presi- larial we have n'thing to: fear. any I
manner of aid in connection with are being utilized more and
, Yeats, M. L. dent. :al men have shown up exeept'onsllvvVl : any
:!:ft!{ college more as housing facilities for stu-
ift.!: Stevens, H. Q. James Merrill, President: of the Y.M. : since srh::ir:ages started. Rich- course.

;!ii '!, :Morgan, C. E. C. A. and .'Varsity football stir, 11 ds. a n-v/ mar who haa been show- 3. Failure to report any viola- dents, and have been found much
tion more satisfactory. It is believed
! Winter, T. P. w'll act in the absence of the preci- ing his heels: to a1!! has been the most Section 1. Article 1.
. Section II. Penalty.The that now it is known no more dormi-
Boswell, E. R. consistent gainer for the scrubs. I
him much :
!Ii dent and assLt as as p?ss- tories built
will be that
penalty for the breach of this
t!i Tomlinson, J. P. Herbie Ford. Otto and Norton
bla in t' posi itien of vice president,
houses will in the
,. :MUam, G. W.Gill 'd .>r I being nanimously chosen for linemen of exceptionally good ability, Honor System as outlined in Section spring up vicinityof
-if'Glea 1 shall be as follows. the university to take care of the
I B. D. have been taking everything that
; secretary treasurer man was
!5 .. a
1. The for constantly increasing student body.
the breach
immons, A. C. their Both of these men
. i1j sel: ",:ted who is one of the most popular came way. The
Article 1, Section 1 shall board's meeting yesterday was
be expul-
Gordon, H. the this W. are old heads at the game and befo c
men on
campus year sion primarily to investigate and discuss
the Student Body of the
5 Hurst, J. B. G. Wells. He is at p esent Captain the reason is over will demonstrate
the new budget for the ensuing two
University of Florida, with the privilege
Favaee. C. O. 'heir football Meisch. for- -
ability. a
l of Corrrany B, of the R. O. T. C.
of years, but in addition to this, it visited -
resignation rather than
;S Treadwell, J. K. unit here. mer G. M. A. man, has been playing F ex-
the Livestock Round-up yester-
pulsion from
:Si West, F. J. Jr., Having selected these men as of- Croat game at guard, and should mak ida. the University of Flor- day and the beekeepers' meeting

:$ De Wolf, A. B. ficers for the the election of Florida a valuable man. T. H. Carl
.-. year 2. The for Wednesday night. Mr. Hodges was
i penalty the
breach of
, Ferguson, T. S.Maines three students and two faculty mem- ton, one of the best half backs eves
Article 2 Section shall high in his praise of the enthusiasm
1, be
J. E. bers for the Budget Committee took seen in a 'Gator uniform, is exceed- suspen-
IJ sion, or at the option of the Honor being shown in university affairs,
....! Cobb, L. H. place Dr. Leake Prof. Reed, Geo. ing his reputation by a big margin
and declared he believed that
Committeee era
< Burton, R. P. Hartman Bill Bivens and Roy Dr'g-- Wr-er, he grabs the pig skin Florida is expulsion from the Stu- an
of greater prosperity in institutionsof
dent Body, with
Sheppard, R. H. sure of a gain. Jolly (Tootie) Perry same privilege as
L:: gers, were the men chosen for there
regards higher learning is on foot in the
To be who last showed All- resignation rather than ex-
.j Corporals. responsible positions. It will be the year Georgia's state.

Jones, W. E.Oberholtzer of this Budget Committee to Arrerican a thing or two about the -mlsion from the University of Flor-
ida. An executive meeting of the board
J. V. handle all expenditures during the game is on the job with his 23 will be held Monday in Jacksonville

Cox, J. OaSehabingcr pounds of brawn and might. Ever' Section III. Enforcement.
voted at the
!i coming year as upon when definite action will be taken on

E. M. close of school last year. The dues one is anxious to see Perry in actior 1. The enforcement of these rules the budget and other matters pertain-

.!i Bradshaw, E.1.. ,hall be in the hands of an Executive
$20.00 per year, are paid upon matri- once more, for he clears away ev ing to the university, yesterday's
Il, Harrison, ''''. :\1.J culation and registered studentis Committee of the Student Body com-
every verything in front of him like ai session being merely a preliminary
Wolfenden, W. L. a member of the association, which >rsed of five voting members-the conference

'Cooper, A. C. army tank. Driggers and Colemar: President of the Combined Senior
titles him to all the student publications Those
attending the session were,
lellor, J. W. ends. have been showing real class Class, who shall be its chairman, and
and all the other benefits to in addition
to Chairman Hodges, Ed
'thendge, J. T. ,. the last week, grabbing passes and 1 one member elected from each classto
b derived from the various funds to L. Wartman, of Citra, Dr. A. H.
$ 'ifubbard, D. ," which the is allotted. cutting down the opposing backs like serve for on scholastic year; the
money Walker, of St. Augustine, presidentof
:Ii Pierce, J. R. .'. ..-t;; ."<" old timers. Hughes, a new meteor Secreatry of this committee to be the I the State School for Deaf and

Calhoun, G. A. Alger, J. W. Secretary of the Combined Junior
from Wirier Haven is also
runningwild Blind; John T. Kellum, business man-
White, A.Coleman Bullock, W. J. Class.
!fi at end. He is* exceedingly fast ager of the Florida State College for
!fi R. V. Gillis, A. A. 2. All proceedings of this Committee -
Women and John T. Diamond of
and gets down the field like jack- ; ,
!Ii P.Hansborough. a
; Perry, H.Tillman Green, T. | shall be absolutely secret. Tallahassee
secretary of the board.
I R. I J. H. rabbit. 3. To be effective, the vote of this

Lon ee, N. C. Hough, H. R. Every man is working his hardest, Committee upon all matters must be Mr. George W. Hartman reportsa

'; Yarnoff, W. J. I I Lindilie, J. C. for the first game is almost here, an.1 unanimous. wonderful time Micanopy, wherehe
; ,
!'I.r Hoskins, R. B.Gaskins Paul, J. C. everyone has high hopes of participating 4. It shall be considered the dutyof spent the last weekend.G. .

Ii S. G. Sanders, M. E. any student witnessing a breachof
in this Florida is
game. going to
j Hollinrake, A. T. Bell, J. J. this Honor System to first
secure W. Brown, C. C. Colley and E. P.
; -: fi Brown, T. R. be on the map this year in big letters,j
b' :Matthews, E. L. .j| another witness to the act, and with Pomeroy journeyed to Starke Satur-

i Patterson, C. E. Burr, R. P.Continued. so Good-bye Newbe-ry, and Looko.1t. such witness report said breach to the day, where they spent the week-end

Wilson, II. S. ( on pege 7) Georgia! (Co. t'nued on page 5) With the home folks.r .



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I For Students and Others of the Ag. o 4 ;
The second meeting pte
I I Shaves .20 Haircuts! .35 Club was of special interest to n.w i' I.,"!

West Sid of Siju.nre (Jainfsx'ille.W. IT SO? men. The program was of an ir-
I :{ r nature, for i f r
tractive and (ffihceatlt
';1'' Y1 S
} Bill Bivens. with suitcase ir.1 branch- j
a one it had to do wth: the different 4 ya
ji S. DORCEY & CO. I hand and a multitude of parcels in e of Agriculture open to students .
;i I! the other rushed up to the t.cket office fo. spc.?ialization. It consisted of .1
{ .Everything in Groceries I at the T. & J. station. short talks on these brsibhes of study .
I-i I I "What time doe the 2 o'clock specializing in
'S For 4 J NiinS ik" Drink by thoe who were .1'
t 1 ::1 IHtlt'.aY.HI.I.IIII'1': roP"! ; I'.KSPORTING i train have for Sampson City?" he them. :Mr.\ J. S. Sherman, representative .

I asked. of the Animal Husbandry Group,
: "At 60 minutes past one." answer- spoke on this feature of the course, ....... .....+...t ,

j ; ( GOODS J the ticket seller. I telling of the needs and opportunitiesfor :
"Well, I'll swear, returned Bill, livestock in Florida and givinga -- -
; 'if' 'The?1 railroad trrlns are always brief outline: of what the departmenthad
hang'ng their time." to offer.

;..H KODAKSCUTLERY Mr. D. L. Christiance is an en hus- ,
"Aye. there's the rub!" explainedhe
of the Ag. Chemical
f' ia:tic supporter
Shako actor, he iJ-;
pesrear* as
.I I'I Group. He gave an excellent talk ;n
--- .--- passeJ a Turkish .bath. favor of this department for men incommercial Violin Mandolin and Guitar Strings
ti I
well agricultural,
I I'''! Baird Ha"dware Co.Ltl Rat -(Lookin; anxiously pursuits.Mr. .
I Nichols took comparatively ALSO
: men next to him..: "Do you eat pie?" C. H. up a -
t Phone 7. Gainesville. Sophomore-"Why. of course Rat. i new phase of Agricultural

C i WI at do you do w'th: it?" I work, the SmithHughes: educational Violin Supplies Now Carried in Stock
i t ,!! :-iii. __ -- I work. Its services to the coun ry,

{I : EI.KHUl. :>1101lUH'.IK Bess, who had just become engagedand its opportunities for col eje men an-]1 t..,
.1 had protested that when the delighted ,j i its remuneration: were ably put be-
DKI'ARTMENT fore the club. Mr. Haynie, State Supcrvlsor -
man, who had won her, KELLMLLER MUSIC
kissed her. cuddenly exclaimed:" : of Smith-Hughes work, aided COMPANYt

.:.1 -. "Ted .do you shave yourself?!" an interesting talk along the same
i Yes. line. This work surely spells> Opportunity -
-. "I th usjht sy"'urs i is the roughest for many a college graduate.The .
.,' I -"-and then she stopped.But .i iI further program consisted of

,J : Tpd decided it wa; time for him talk.' on Agronomy bylr.. L. B. -
to go home. I Tan and on Horticultuie by Mr. B. ;
1 ------ W. Ames. Th"swere postponedthe I
Shoe Stores MotherVith whom have you been ext meeting on account of the The Phifer State Bank
> walking, Betty?" lateness of the ho'-r. A rising vote i

: H o e s Eetty='"'hy. no ore mother." of thanks was giv"n the members and
Mother-"But when you went out ladies of the farr lt' for the spendid: Strong, Safe and Accommodating
S..ti f ction Guaranteed
> you had an umbrella, and now you'rearr fea.t of Saturday: n'ght.:

South Side Square ; ;ing a cane." Many new men wer admitted as: I I'I
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-- new members ani the meetirg' ad.joumedfol1on.d
"' 3. A man says things in a hammock by a good natured
'J'f f V the moonlight with his mou.h full
. initiation of
new men. Each man
; 1 ; See.Vidal Drug Company I of curls and hs arms full of girl, whathe agreed to bring one new man to Ac? Students '
doesn't realize he said Pressing Club
1 Fo D;ug Stati ".al")", Toilet until he Club next Monday right, which win
I': Ar'i'es. Cardies r-jads the announcement of his engagement be held: in t' p large room upstairs,

Souvenir Cards!, Waterman's Pens. J in the papers. the present room failing to accommo- Tor Students,
"The Rat" says that a man can't date the inc cased numbers.B. byStudents"i
1 have brains and be good lookng: at
1I \V. AMES, Work Guaranteed i
I the time. ,
same Which have }'ou"?! Ag. Club I

I Five pieces for One Dollar I Ij
J Sf-JOP. As I lay in bed one morningAnd t
gazed upon the wall Cold Drinks, Candies and I j

,t I, The spiders and the ants Cigars, Thai's our business. The I Basement Science Hall 1

; j Gainesville, Florida.In Were having a game of ball. Bon Ton. I 1I 1 1r3'3
The score was one to nothingThe ,C' I
;: Graham Hotel]
spiders we.e ahead-when all I i

: t tI at once Scn'iceand Sanitation
/Ii go v m\
My wife
came in and yanked me
I out of bed. in hand at the Bon Ton. ..I f DICK REID I
J: S. Bodiford --. i! -

t They: tell it on :' Did that t.f.I!!: Modes of the Moment

I Company young iran kiss you last night?" ( The Winner.Grlggs '";505 Franklin Street I
She -----: "Well now do you : -"I should say that the tat I' Tampa: Florida

I think he came all the way from the toys: to success are 'uck and pluck Hats---..Clothins-----Furnishing i
Drugggist 1 UriggsSure! Lnck II s .
University just to hoar me sing? in finding! some
'i!j I a .e to pluck "--Pa to!. TracscriBt. << e e ,. 1

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GlassniLLER'S Philip Miller I II.

;I.'I., .

;ij Welcomes the .f'
University boys back again

\,f We are downtown; headquarters for the boys and also the

I'' University Bank

and Filling Station We have
a phone for your
use and
are agents for

I WHITMANS \ JnnaIItJ! CandiesCrown's

Original Log Cabin----Tomlinson
Key Floral
Co. and !'
make ,

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Mars' 1 Debating Society met | r 1
more serious things have W. R. SOPER'SCash
regular meeting. Saturday. After bmness
Florida is now sailing "full been demanding, the attention fF'lorida's
of impoitai re was dispensed with
steam ahead," under a heavy load of student body during the
the biggest student body ever fea- two opening weeks of school, 'frater- a very interesting.end instructive program -(. -- and Carry GroceryGet --
turing the opening of the state's institution nity life has been mildly featured bya :. : II
R.S Cockrel! ghesome sound
and although the university number of pleasant social affairrs advice for a young lawyer, sayiug the Acquianted With Your NeighborYou
is crowded to a capacity, there is that have provided just enough social ,young practicioner should busy himself : flight i ike; Him.
but this is recreation to counteract the |
doubt under
no year wayas I with civic political, and religious problems 505 East Main Street South Gainesville: Florida.
the most successful in the historyof daily grind. and get&quainttd wish the people '
Florida's intitution of higher First of the dances to be given was ys a worker. j I''\J
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learning. of the Sigma Alpha Epsilons at O. H. Norton gave a brief sketch of 1
W'th a student body of nearly 800 the Elk's club early in the first week the life of eminent southern;joutist,John j

its various units have gone off like of school, followed on Friday night Marshall, for whom our society is named 1'liYiiifiiiiiiiii! ! : !iififi! -
by : fififiii! !ii!: Sii! !iiiiii! ;!ii! ;
clock work, with the result that all a delightful party at the Alpha Bill Bivens, in hit characteristic mood y fi"i -
of the campus activities, class elect- Tau Omega house. The Kappa Al- gave brief sketches of ludicrous happenings i i

ions, literary societies, Y. M. C. A., phas entertained at their house one on the Compus: during our : ; .
athletic association, and other ele- afternoon last week, inviting a num- history as a University. > ffiTarr Furniture Co Inc. j j
ments of student life, ber of their friends and the entire ,
are fully set- Almort every man registered in the |:j I
Gainesville college social x Tampa Fla. j ji. ii
tled down to their year's programs. contingentto Law College is a member cf John Mary !
In the first two day's of this year'sregistration dance during the afternoon hours shall and a prosperous year is promised i i..1!
it was plain to be seen while the Pi Kappa Alphas and ThetaChi's ifiifi SALES AGENTS FOR r::
that the attendance was going to have thus far had open house on fi i iBerkey '
swell to many more than had a number of occasions for small "pop" i y:
ever as -and Gay furniture, Globe Wernicke Sectional Book- f SFIS
1 j filled the campus before but all the parties preceding their regular dan- *
predictions were outstriped when the cps which will be held a little later i.i ,.- y; cases, Aeolian vocation Pathe Phonographs, Narar.t-e! : Kit. r

I actual count was made several weeks j I the Looking season. over the social calendar 05 ir chin Cabinets, Beldins: Hall Refrigerators, Aerolux Porch I
a ;ago showing an attendance of more L.
than 750 men Every class is larger reveals the fact that: the Pi iappaAlphas :: l: Shades, Premo-eclipse Gas Ranges, Domestic Science fireless \t.
than in any previous while the"rats" are entertaining this Satur- L
year I night E Cookstoves, Robinson Rodgers "Rest\vell" Bedding Office k!
1 are hear in such large droves I''day with their first larger ) L [

that-well we can't have a plague party of the season featuring the NORAHORTON R Fuiniture, floor Coverings, Draperies, China and Glassware t
I epidemic, because this kind of ratsdon't opening of the football season, and TIES
carry germs.-It's a real, live during the afternoon the Kappa Al- Win owShades, Awnings. .

wire, bunch of rats, though, and even phas are "pitching" a "pop" dance. ART and GIFT SHOP ,in tV
if the Next Saturday night the Kappa Al- I
new sophomore rules Maker of (7C'KEFEa3lJS :
regarding phas will entertain with ,,1I i iffiKffiffiffiffiSffiffiffiffiffiinin 1 !: !: !: ! ffiyra! YiYi! !Ei! !: !fi!. !fif.ii .
ratting do sort of tend toward the a larger
old man's tipping his hat to the dance in honor of the visiting foot-
freshie, they're handling themselves ball men, and rumor has it that the !ii! Y1S! !iiii! !fi! 11ffiffiffiHiHffiffiyiffiffiin'ffiffiffiffiffiSyiffiX2iSifi ! !fiS5 !fi! !fi! i

j as rats should, and the sophs real- Theta Chi's are intending to set their ,
- ize they have taken a wise step in first party date up a week or so, for -_. Y f;

ratprecedent the evening the third football gameon THECOLL icr rvr s .
the home schedule.
l- the observance of These early parties are serving x HEADQUARTER y,
-J hazing pledge. I IJ as ifi
The faculty changes are many, but an "appetiser" for the holiday week !ifiifi:

, have been announced upon several dances, around Thanksgiving, Easter ifi ,. ,, .. Porter's
occasions in chapel and other gatherings and other big social weeks for Flor- v. I Iy
j and the men have all become ida which bid fair to be the most enjoyable I bfiifi
, so well in the history of fraternity i ;
acquainted with their new instructors !Ii
life on the
that it would be useless to campus.
enumerate the changes that have Most of the U. of Fla., IVtn \\fco
upon himself to make it the beginning .!fi
place. At ,
Florida's any rate-this is of a bigger and better era for x wl run into Jacksonville never think a
biggest year, and every man I I his alma mater. -
on the campus seems to have taken it x m. of going back to school without :i wfi

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8 9 !: 1 see what's new at Porter's win :!ii
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& in and take clcse lock J
to step a i
| Blanche Cafe I t p-1V
ifiS --they know they wcn't 1 he uigcd i

& Remember Where You Got bfi: win
Famous Meals .
to buy.
& I' ifiifi '.-. ,0 1919 Eaox Hat Compaar.IaCj (

9 Meal Tickets Reasonable .v !yiy KnOX Hat: !1i
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; Herbert G. Ford -_..._. __________ummmEdltor in Chief: i, rampant ,
fiid egg
C. Stuart Hall Jr., -________________._.____Managing Editor : Like a salad.

.. Truman Green __ __.________ Assistant Managing Editor I They call it his mouth

';. Arthur N. So lee -___...____________... Athletic Editor He put some lovingly iiJ at Her and Price i iI i

A. Roy B. Hoskins-J. H. Vandergrift _. u____ Reporters And gazed he chewed steadily,

Richard Knight .__m_:__.__-...__--______.__________.__....____ Society Editor While

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Chewing her cud,

t J( Herbert M. Friedlander BUSINESS___......._..._ .___u DEPARTMENT_____._________...____...__.- Business Manager At milking time. Good Clothes are worth n fair price. You

Maurice Stein ______u__._ __ ._ ... __._____-____.___..-._.__Ass't. Business :Manager: Tickled hb palate accuracy I not alone get all-wool Clothes, you get better wollen,

.. Alex. White ...______.____._....._... ___._ _.. ...m__________--,___..__ Circulation Manager And with deadly

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; M. B. Knight MECHANICAL. .DEPARTMENT:: .. ... Foreman He sneezedAw hell,- Clothes. Guaranteed., The value is in longer::: wear, i.

l .I B. O.: Smith ::::::::::::::::::==.:.: ::=--..: .::::::::::::::=::::..:,-::::::::::::::::::::::: Pressmar You know the rest.-Ex. less clothes to buy. Look better, keep shape longer.

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i. .t f r Entered as second class matter September 28, 1912, at the post- Fellows everybody speaks on our Exceedingly strong values at $50 and at $35, $40, $-15 ; ,

f office at Gainesville, Fla., under the Act of March 3d, 1879. campus. I '
$55 $60 $h5 $70 $75. :
;i' Place all communications and news items in boxes designated for that
Boost the Florida Alligator.
purpose in Peabody and Languagellalls.:

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'' What are we goin to do to

.,< II I Rate-The Florida Alligator, $1.50 the year. berry? I WolfBrothersClothes :

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the University and The Alli i
:;. :f The Honor System. Boost Satisfactory for Men and Boys
rl: CRONOGRAPH gator.U .

Every new student on the campus You know Boys Department 2nd Floor ;
\ of tell 'em History; You've sprung t ta '
has doubtless heard more or less Fellows Elevator Service I

: the Honor System in force within We are glad to Leake. I

University of Florida. But how Welcome you back to the SOCIETY 808 Franklin Street Tampa, Fla.

.: many really know what it is? To University.We FARR LITERARY I .

,_ what phase of student activity does that I
hope you At its second meeting of the year
;. it apply and for what urpose does it
Will show an the society received into rreiibersh: I -
a'-: exist? The code of the Honor System "
InterestIn large number of men mostly "rats.
is published in other columns and a I
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There were 'a' number of old men, GREENLEAF a CROSBY COMPANY
the writer hopes in this article: to .
f All that is however, to be initiated. Both clas3-j i

I: show what a most important side Best for ; es will testify to the thoroughnesswith "Noted For Quality"Diamonds
: of college life this system repre Florida.The .
which the society functioned
,. 1 sents. is the Fine Jewelry China Cut Glass
t Alligator immediately' following the adjou.: and
i First, the Honor System enlists; tl e Most vitalStudent mer.'t.

I cooperation of the students !or the Silverware
publication and .; in view of the r's' nation of Mr.
maintenance of fair play and hOI" :sty
Its success David Keen from the University, Mr. 401 West Bay Street Jacksonville
I in carrying- out classroom activities Flue
I Depends upon the Roy B. Hooking was elected secr J-
without such a spirit of cocpera- Selection Packages Sent on Reguest
Backing of *
and treasurer of the society to
\ ary
ion the system is valueless and might )
The University Students. fill this office. Class Pins-.Rings Medals .
-- Trophies
s well be sent to the scrap neap. -
Mr. Frank i'omeroav. inter
; an :
jecond, the purpose and aims of the .
Your sting talk'r an A. W. O. L.1 1{ -
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Honor System are many. Bird: 1: i ,
Co-operation trip while hi in France. Mr.'
j was
Baldwin, President of Swarthmoie
Sometimes: C. H. Beach s'io t selectionand
: : Colege, after years of experience with We wonder V .' gave a AUTO SUPPLIES AND ACCESSORIES
: :Mr.: C. C. Collv wa: $ re ronsIbV-(-
the Honor System has the followingto
i Why I ; for some joker Mr. Roy B. Hoskins

:i say: It 13 that j' I lave a talk concern'r. ? the life of Goodyear and
"The Honor System rests fundamentally AjaxTires
j ;' upon the initiative of undergraduates Some students ..... the orator Robert G. Inger oil a! d ]
Seem to lose their
cad two selections from his work
and initiative alwayshas : and
College Spirit. Dr. Leake was pre ent and spoken Tubes t tS
potential good as a possibility; And
an inspiring w:y concern ng the
it is dependent upon unity of purpose We have about SAVE.SERVESATISFYGainesville
1, and community of effort, which is Decided value of li'nra y societies to an in-
another valuable | Uvidnal: and of the great benefit toe Auto
asset when turned That it is ; Supply CompanyJOHNSON'S
derived from
learning to speaK
in the right direction; it tends to
I Because do
they i .. .veil in p: l bli: *..*. Halso mntone 1
bring about a frank and candid relationship Not '
!i''i between *he students and Read and Bocst he great advan a138 occuring to a

V J:: the administrative force 01.e- institution The Alligator.This F boy r1;isterel I "or a general, course: PHARMACY -
uch M b<* tho who
; as core e are
i' ; it tends toward increasing ; 3

"i t tt the loyalty to an institution by Is going to be our iliglble for n emb rship to the so Drugs: Medicine! Stationary, Toilet and Rubber Goods I -

-?: t f '; I i strengthening public opinion in regard Create t year 1 ciety. \\e Guarantee Attention to Prescriptions Only Purest
I to the virtue it All men n i tT<>d as PeMods Drugs U- ed. Low
of honesty; In 1 rice. Quality Considered.
; increases individual for the A. B. or B S. de-rr e or s* _
responsibility College History.Let Gainesville
; Florida.
specials in the College of Arts nnii
which take marked
V may a : drop during it be the !'
V inf(> are eligible for me-"b r h'n"nd
i it breeds confidence'and --ter
: ; college days; Greatest .
are given a hearty inv;t"t.on v
similar situations
self respect in ; as Also inCollege '
be present at the next meting 7:15
a rule it appeals to the better class Spirit. ,

of students and leads them to look at YOU 4tr : ;.. "'tQXt. Tuesday night in Langtacr [DROV1NOTTO
Hall. ,
their own actions and the actions of Can do this by ; ;
other fellows from the point of view Keeping V
utilizes the stronger f .-,' -- F. STOCK I
of an adult; it In : ; ( ; ECONOMICAL.
characters to bolster up the weaker lose touch with ,

one. Fundamentally it is a democratic Every'phase He-Are you going to the Follies .

: V method of proceedure, whichshould Of right! Tailor

V: in the long run, tend to make Student life She-No. I am going to stay at

: our college men opponents of graftin ThroughThe hom and look at my own l g3. Alteration

high places of trust." columns of i onight? ;1 Cleaning::: Pressing: n

Especial attention is called to Sec- The Alligator. Phone 31; ." U
tion 1, Article 1, with the penalty of Thank You! I.OVE'S SECRET. GainesviHeAmerican .. .

., suspension or at the option of the Mary had a litt'e calf J
Committee expulsion from the h* ashamed
Honor Florida is was to show it.
growing to beat the
1 : Student Body of the University of and Mary hoped with all her might
band. There
are 640
now over reg-
Florida. It can be readily seen that Her beau would never know it
'stered students 1\
and more are com-
'1 the entire system pivots upon this She always took the greatest: car' \
The number
ng. of enrolled men
,"; article. since the beginning of this school To keep it under cover. Shoe Repair Co
The Honor System is a complete But once a mouse" the '
term ran un room
has brcken all
previous records,
IIII and
4 success when every student shows an and it looks like a banner year for Now Mary's lost her Inver. Shine Parlor '

; ; interest for cooperative activity and (Virginia Reel' I
lorida. With more money and in
team work and shows a pride in ilill Geo. Tampas and Louis
structors Florida can find itself Eliades
creating and upholding college loy SOLO."I I1I I Proprietor
:a level with the leading colleges of:

;::, alty.I he country. Let's get together and tot this car f-r a snn-::,." !!IIII 115Yest Main Street N. Phone 139jGainesville -

'4., irge the gislators to do their part "Yes I heard I
you gave a note for
; i i Everybody turn out and see Flor- ;o that Florida will be a greater 't.

a I ida bury Newberry tomorrow. Florida. (Boston Transcript) I-=--= =-- FloridapGE
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Executive Committee of the Student qI
: '. !. 0iAe gu.r
r9bZd l/i d cl&m Body.
t3; 5. Upon the receiving of such re I Clearwater Beaches offer you the most attractive place
J. r\ port the Committee shall first pas! for your summer outing, where you can enjoy salt water
.. .;' upon said charg2. Should the charge surt bathing in the Gulf of Mexico. Good bath houses,
: The Smile Follows the Spoon appear valid! the person accused shall I' pavilion, fish dinners, bowling, boating and above all good
t bs forthwith brought before the Committee I motor roads right to the beach. New hotel with ample
j' faced by his accusers, the accommodations ready July 1st, right on the beach. Cot-
'' iharga laid before him and then, up- tages for rent, available now. Write for information to

: :.'.:'w W' .__ .,..,,...: on given an opportunity to admit or BOARD OF TRADECLEARWATER'FLA
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deny such charge. ,\rl/
6. Should the student accused of a l""
breach of Article 1, Section 1, admit -
Dan''a Bicycle Shop the truth of said charge, it shall be I 1'1' -.toollf-I '&!J 1Wilh iii : S
i.i i.i I ... I I-: ..t "uin Street I the duty of the Executive Committee I _
r to expel him from the Student Body
; FOR BICYCLES, ACCESSORIES AND f EPAIRS.a. I of the University of Florida ,and allow -

--- sss a er- ez ar. ....------- _J said: student forty-eight hours II V. OOOOO OO O i
within which to resign and depart .
(i iI from the University. Upon failure to .
THE NEW YORK_RACKET i resign or depart within this time I

,1 ,I t Arr-nt .For.. 1 :.... such student shall bz considered ex- I : University students, by :
I I pelled, by authority delegated by patronizing The White House .

Flvjainesville-rst'ein1; Shre special act of the faculty. I :t: Dining Room, may enjoy the 0

7. Should the student accused deny T satisfaction of knowing they .
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the finest service and
= most :
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t-- IT he shall have the right of immediate _
apeal to the Discipline Committee of <$> delicious food on t he market r',

the Faculty, who shall: act as a Courtof & Gainesville. Table d'Hote I

t I Furniture <;0. I Last Resort in all cases so taken meals, $1.00. Parties and Ban- ,:{

before them. : quets by special arrangement. : ',1
8. The methods of proceedure and .& For Table Reservations iJ
enforcement of Article 2, SectionII.
fc Phone 295. -
", ) 'f D- R. COX Proprietor.. shall be the same as those outlined .. ',

II above. The'hue House Dining Room t>
Phcr.e .6.l Section IV. Amendm nt. :
1. To affect an a-rmdment to these &> Gainesville's Social] Center =
!l J I -uls there must b. a petition to the 4 C 4

___ Student Body as a i/---: by the maI 4) 4!
jority of each of two "lasies, outlin-
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ing the desired an'l hl"nt, followed

i by a vote of two-t:i'ds ff the Student ': --::= ;:: ;:: =.. : ... -
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Spirting Bdy in favor cf suzh! amend- x -
I I ment. f The Alaucha Restaurant and Lunch Room

Foot Ball' ]! .' Base Ball, Lawn Tennis, 2. Such amend* "'nt shall become .l ,
_ effectual immediately on such adopt- + FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN: ".
."**." ion and aprovaLThe t
" Hardware] of All Kinds. < ,
i iI above ru7"shall! be considered f <
; I Half a Block: from Atlantic Coast Line Depot j j'Telej '
I to annly b -'l'men taking college + ",
THE THOMAS COMPANY. work in he University of Florida. ,', 'hone 507 Gainesville! Fla.+
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sPi one 22. 1 This Honor System shall ,.","/ into ,-----.- f-----_.-.....-. ......-_----..::<..:>- ----------,-----.- ...:--. ''-"''- -.-...--- -'--:; '''., .-t ::__. ,
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1' 'as tic year I01'! 17. -
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FELLOWSThere ..'i shall be conside- d t be uoon his
honor to r'aiitain abso't te secrecy as Glad to with
renew friendship last year men and to
I regards anv brach of this Honor have the priviledge of getting acquainted with the new boys.
I: is no need to take that Film to I i '"ystem 'hich may come to his All of you are welcomed to hang out here and listen to the '
!it Town. Let Man the handle ... ,- :;tio' ,\)led-:>. ja i j rj t lu rns which we handle !\y wire.
a on campus :
.. This ,
, .I sstem ova adopted ,not with
your Pictures. Bring them to ,- t the idea of e'c.! 'u1'ng: any student Nuff Sed '
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from our'midst }ut for the, purpose

'..i V. M. Bradshaw, f. of creating an atmosphere of honor Burnett The Clothier
31 Thomas r and: fairness around the student body
fn order that no temptation shouldbe
: .'__ -_ i left in the path of the weak and
thou htless. Let enforce
every man ;:;:=== k:=:::: r::: ;::=::::: ::: := ===:: = < r= r--: < ;::=-:.
the Honor System and diploma
r ,9 f"t(
from the U. of F. shall be
not only :
\ Palm Parlor"ICE a guarantee for years of honest and d +

illigent work, but a mark of honor flARABl\ f IS THE OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHER %
bestowed upon the holder by the L t FOR THE 1 UNIVERSITY OFFLORIDA t
Ii most worthy of his fellow men.

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1 Popular( and Classical Sheet :Music. High Grade Candies. feet your friends at the Bon

Ton drink Pf.z .."jF--r
j Cranie's Exclusive Stationary. you can smoke and -

be merry thereWe -

Foot Ball

'Eyes Tesied Glasses Fitted Shoes, Uniforms and Supplies,
don't keep Can'liesDrinks

and Cigars, \ve sell them and renew Base Ball
Jl We Do Our OWl Lense Grinding- Nor
B H f; our stock almost daily at Gloves, :Mils, Shoes and Supplies,
!Delay The Bon Ton. !
1 k I Balls and Supplies, ,
t O.H. Coles : & Son. S HOE S S.

I.","cleTS and Opticians Gainesville, Florida. H B. M.2EHCH H F Repairing: and Supplies.
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r O Gainesville, 0 B. LILIENBLUM

I For Good Eats and First Class Service the I

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.. Lyric Theatre DEAN ROLFS TELL Top Dress with Nitrate of Soda .. L. C. SMITH *

}i ;! Sa'.uHay Oct, ,9. SE'lNIRMENflBOUTEXP'iVIENTAL' No Risk of LossNitrate % 0*

i i Circumstantial: Evidence DEPT of Soda is the only I Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry, J Jf

; MONDAY,. OCT., 11 form of Nitrogen immediately Class 'Pins Rings J
At Wednesday mornings .sion ,
ss; r
'Rose }
of Nome available for growing crops.It .
.. .. I the Citrus Seminar in the Universit -
gets busy at once. Top Good Line Shoes JWhile J
f TUESDAY OCT., 12 1 gym Dean Rolfs presented to tl.. dress withcitrate .
i :i. 11 growers of the: State the ou .
'! Love and Lies standiig facts of interest concerninthe <>. ... ....... !
with Government Experiment Static; of SodaAll ............ i

I t Nora Tnltnadtfe _n the campus.
When the work was first started other forms must first be nitrated ==:: == :::::: ::: .::::::: ::;_:=::: .:::=.-'.
f' Orchestra :Music at ni,;ht show .n 1888 there were five different d. in the soil, taking time, and ,I _..__ --_-:: "'" --_= -= ==- -
resulting in costly losses through
,! Wednesday 13 .:' :tors. However for the last: four Bacterial action. ,.
I' .sen years the station h33: been main Use 100 lb.per acre for seeded crops:. In Jacksonville
Stop Thief 100 Ibs.for cultnatcd. These liehtdress
i ained under the supervision of on ines are easily spread over an acre and
J ector. An appropriation of $30- the amount is trifling compared to the GO TOM
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weight engaged in crop
} :Monday 14 10 was made by the government: fee tion.acreage prodUC-1 M i iO

# Soldiers of Fortune. furthrinpr of usefjl agrculturr' WM.. S. MYERS 1

t, experiments in this State. This sun K Madison Chilean Avenue Nitrate New York r d !I
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I .11 t [ has been added each year by appropriation -

141 I DJTER-COLLEGE F FOOTB'LLFOB None of, t'-i fr i crt? r:the ony Stte can be Legislatur"used! for aro tn 3kot tqtrs i it

1, a'hin"' nurpo: "s aid field work anr I
!t i'l I at the: I'r"' ent time it is absolutel
IL L .ic'OFsarv that; fir ha aid be giver ONE ;::" == ;'" ::;
At a r"-*end meeting:; the men representing ; order that the work en ::

I k"': the d.:.Terant colleges in tho t i ;Is not nr 'as: ary to enumerate may go th I ,'---.":,-_._ .-.,....-..,-.._---...-. .....,--------- .......-.---_-.-....---.--- -..-_._.....--...-_--"""'":-"..,..-----"",,-.;:.".,--.-...,...-.-- :4'
; University formulated plai} for an Ir """ --
many reasons why this becoiie ; e
''i I Inter-College Fcolball: Tournament to "*nt'-l.: However: in co-cpe io- to Sunday School Yet? I
I A. cide the champ onship of the cam I .vi h Dr. ilurphrce, with the! Dean o

pjs. A fcw; rules were drawn up to ;hp other colleges or the campus an; .. ,:: ?
i f I r"?late contestants: and el gibil'ty! of wi h the offsers of the Hort'cJItura'o Why Not Come Out I
I players. The following! schedule was 'ete: of this State. a prog am ha' is the time. The Baraca Cass! of tie
made and will be played: Next Sunday:
i i b -en laid oat: wh'ch will be presenter I
; i October 30.-Agriculture v; TeachI to the! n"xt I legislature Thi Presbyterian Church meet at 9:30, Sunday Morning. Good ;

;! I .;. nror ram proviOs for serer:I n:,v' l I'
I Ii University men cordially
I November 6.-Arts and Science v*. I f good program. All
lutes' of r-,C'arh work as well as [ music and a
i I Law. .nerd betterment of conditions: achev
t I November: 13.-Winters of first now exiot.Mr. invited to ..attend.Patronize.. .... .,.......,. -. .. .......-.-----........-.. --- .
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t! Noveirber 25.-Winners of second:; "itrus Exchange, laid before th

I Obtest v:. winner; ; of third contest. .' "mbe s the present needs of the Our Advertisers

;- :\ x The following rules were drafted University. He urged the citru
: rid moTe will be add;d if neresscrv: : growrs of the State to co-operat

i I. Any letter man (F) in footballwill and do everything in their power to "

bo barred from contest. out this plan across: if only for the 1
2. Any 'Varsity man in football direct benefit that they themselve
vill be barred from contest. Varsity wit receive from such action.F. .

.- in this ease meaning first team squad. I M. O'Byrne presented charts
3. Any F. A. A. man in f-otta 1 showing the distribution of funds fo

; will be barred from contest. the University under the proposed :
The ioS'a"of these contests is to develop <
budget, and also a chart showingthe : Fair'Prices Efficient Service
rrofo-interest\ in outdoor sports appropriation- made by the State ,

and to find and. ,develop! any new material Mississippi: ; for its institutions of
that ha' not been out to practi higher learning. This chart showed

j:, I -*> w'th: 'Va,-sity.. .. I Florida: richer by $1,000,000 than Courteous Treatment -
The men meeting .together pledged
M'-si: siopi, yet our neighborin'
'; i i th'.'r co-operation anxfwj' full of State has made an appropriation of

I 1 enthusiasm for these contests and it two million dollars per year for its That's what University Students will receive at our
is hoped the studeit body will meet State institutions of higher learningDr. .
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hands Anthony Bros. don't need to establish a reputation.
i I r tie idea with as much spirit and co- :Murphree in a rous'ng speecn

ijviration. It may be .the mean \ of urged the consideration of the men They've made it, They are noted for success in serving men
developing some. new players that present to the proposed:; plan. He
; I., may be a decided asset; to the regular!' showed Florida's standing in regardto 1 1i and young men.
j I football squad and team. If it does
\ I than peneitiite 'litt'emore i scholarships to be among the bestir Some of the best of the Anthony staff are in Gaines-
t nothing more : a : the country. The faculty ranks
: f coll cro spirit they
.i i in vain. So let's all get behind these :, to men hold'ng the Ph. D. degree,
I i Tel representing the different col- being outclassed only by Yale and Co- Our Advice-We want you to benefit by our long experience

i lecc-5 and do all in our individual .- .
: lumbia Universities in this
:. respect. in outfitting men. J JWe fa w
,I tower to make the team and tourna- However. he showed the impossibil --

; nent a success. ,I ity of retaining men of such calibr-' I want you to feel at home in our store.

j on the meagre salaries that they no"rI I
/1 I I re:'eive. Therefore he urged the" i

Boost! Boost!! i for a better Uriversity and a great r I
J State the appropriation of funds: fo
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j, the carrying on of this work is a.i -
I immediate necessity. ,

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FLORIDA, ..GAINESVILLE, : AS- Club began i it social; : sea: i i Ii

FLORID.; tm. earlthis year w'th a chicke.i! i

;pilau and gene"al good tir'e la;t Sac i!
Co..xi:.ud fr.m ii '-; P':j i1 ;
urday night. The lades: ol take: College .

1 Faculty were the hostesse3 and 'I _
Ferris, G. F. they surely know how to cook chicken t and at the

Harris, Pete. and make sandwiches and co.Tee. Every ,Ys r% Stock Exchange

Smith, R. K. one ate all they could hold-and New York I

Berg, O. N. perhap ) more. Nor were the Mins- vlf.llr:
Hendley, T. D. ters of the \arioas churches: to b" j Here in the yerjr heart
of Wall; Street, Fatima _
U ijimons, C. C. outdone when it
to chick-
? I came eating ( I leads. And at the Stock t
"''es=on, L. A. eri While the facts of the case are j Exchanges of Boston ant ,

(ALLEY 3 ALLIGATOR. not revealed it is generally rumored Philadelphia, Fatima U :'
Li"ut.V. L. G'eason is also the largest seller.
2 Rev. O'Kell-y got away with one
t'- unassigned listt
tr T: -fc r-: -1 e
ore helping than the rest. Suffice t tto U ,

'"opany "D'' say he was absent. presumably eating .

1st. Li'ut. D. B. Knight is chicken when the te t were aroun'l'l -
s"-rr''ri 1 f cm Company "D" to Mr1ir _
the bon fire. Ba! it far from us to -
th unassirr.ed; list and is appoined say who took second place. It is gen 1t -r
Bzt.a'i'n Adu &nt. erally known that.our "Y" secr"tar'"

2nd. Lieut. P.V.. Stinson did his duty in this respect. Ne '1-

"? attached to: Company "A" less to say the Ag. men ate plenty-
All men not hereinafter j jI
3 and this on top of an excellent mes I
mentioned as assigned to certainc hall ,
meal. Certainly credit is due:
anie:; will remain with the com- them also. I

',..,' 1 antes: to which now:officers assigned.appointed The The University quartette composed Instead of fewer cigaretteshow I

-r r') mmissioned: of Messrs. McKey, Smith, Yates and!

r" Pa'-ag aph 1 of this order are as- Phifer, sang a number of pka,;\5\n>

;.',. o' 'n-d to companies as follows: s lect onc. Indeed they were workei about less Turkish ? 1 1i

COMPANY: "A" overtime. Mr. White "en; neered" i

1st. Sergeant. several games around a cheery bon- :
are learning that JraightTurkish cigarettes
ire, the game of statues in particular : SMOKERS
Ch -rmsn J. S. rich that tirj I
as they are, are so they soon :
furnishing quite a bit of amuse. .
Sergeants the taste. They conain tao nuch Turkish tobacco .
-tt. J.V.. ment. i
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---sts M.\ L. ._' On account of the lateness of the : But smokers are learning also that instead cf cuttitig I

P. !swell, E. R. 'our the party= then set off homeward down the number of cigarettes per day, they can cut 3jWR I

fill B D. fter an evening full of chicken on the proportion of Turkish tobacco ia each cigarette. I

Treadw'?ll. J. K. :and. fun. do this i urkWi cr !
They can by switching : part
r. B. W. AMES.
> J. E.
Maines, Turkish Blend cigarettes. .
Corporals Ag. Club Reporter. f

.1 nes. W. E. -- However many men find that ordinary: TurLL.i:: lifenji. 11 11lade

13... V M. DANGEROUS ADVICE taste-they contain too little Turkish.s.. .

i.I. TT-llor J. W.TMrcun Curate-Ycu should be careful: t i And so more and more smokers j.3 :!10Wl'by sdes- I;
)- G. A.T'l II
Dcn't ycu know that drink is mankind's reports like that above are turning to fa: I:1a. fcr Fatinss ':
... man
: wost enemy? are fart-Turkish not //-Turkish like straight T=:lt: I
f '"a kins, S. G.
I Jee!"" s-Yes, but don't you teachus cigarettes.: Yet they contain nor Turkish than any: otic- i
i'son. H. S. I
<; .- w. to love our enemies 1London Turkish Blend.
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,> "unR.. P. ....She wore a blue sick evening gown. 1

T-rg, O. N. Her eyes were filled with fun. 1i i:

" COMPANY: "F" Her face was of a shady brown,

All tanned; with summer
I Fret Sergeant i
"I'd give from out my life a year
Driggers R. L. I
'J Sergeants To hold you close" said I. FATIMA

She moved a little closer
p-''!mon R. P.
: And said, "why don't you try?"
f C'te\'ens, H. Q.
.':;" Tomlinson. J. P. I held her to my throbbing breast, CIGARETTES II
And kissed her half in fun
Oordon. H. .
'i; I'm a married man, but I've
: We>t, Jr. T. J.
jf Cctb. L. H. Done my part.
Say what would have done.
'''tJ Corporals you 1 1zd'

.p'-' t'b-rhnltzer, J. V.Ihrrist'ln. II
W. M.
A little lovin 3 :
Ft-eridge, J. T. \ 0 i
". Here and There -= :1.
\T;bite A.skins .
-. .- Will leave upon
R. B. your
ri: Coat a hair.
r 1 "nrake A. T.
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Sanderscn. M. E.T' .
; ing with evident delight, a post card.
"rris. O F.
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Henley, T. D.
<< vanished as he exclaimed in disgust:

COJIPAXY"C" "Why, the blamed thing is for me.' rfor

1st. Sergeant

Curtis, G. Winter T. P. 25 cents

Srgeants.Xi"hols : Sirrmons, A. C.
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Ferguson, T. S.
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Cold Drinks Ice Cream Candies
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C l leman. R. .: and Cigars.
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Hough H. K.
Wesson L. A. Made New.
Bell, J. J. 4. In the appointment of sophomores THOMPSON ELECTRIC COMPANY .
Harris, Pete.Simmons .
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C. G.COMPANY. Corporal preference has been given Cigar Store in Connection. I (MacD. Thompson, Vice-Pres and Sec)
1st. Sergeant 1) those C. camp men last who summer.attended the R..O. Imported Greek Candy.75 Ib.M. Electrical Supplies---Fixtures Wholesale and Retail

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_, University of Florida, are Southern gress has seen fit to delay this mat- make
coleges. The Professor of Military ter so long, because certainly no stu- meet all of the girls, Hanan]: Sloes
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college striving for this honor rests Science deeply regrets that he can
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college striving for this honor rests Science deeply regrets that he can

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