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33 TO 0 HOLD MOOT'. ; ELECTS OFFICERS FOR THE 'STUDENTS' ,
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1 Heavy skinners Orange Prove and too Blue Much Pig-for I Visitors Given 1 State Fair ;Crago Heads Honorary Chemical Student Directory Will be Out. U. ,of F: Students" Hondred 'in

Rollins Team. I Real) Treat by L I Society; with K. Schwartz: Soon-E pefcted td be.Bigger Chapel With Very Inspiring .
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... :. I C. lIorgan.and H. Massey 5asKellow and Better. Address. .
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yiorida swamped Rollins on Saturday As a I .
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October 8th 33 to 0 in rather a the Florida their j The 1921-22 student body directory I I President Morgan of the Universt r
listless game before a large crowd of I I Jaeksonille State Fair to be :j( The Ek. Chemical Society had its which is being published! by the Hall- ;I Of Tennessee! gave'2 very1 Interest Q'
During the entire first November 12 to meeting of the year Wednesday EHis-Bivens-Warton Directory CiJ.J talk fit ,shapely last Friday! His *
College
spectators. I of Law ,, ; tagie ,
will hold 28, and held an election 'of .
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a will be out about November 1st. Tl\e'
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two periods the 'Gators played carelessly to be \ : .,varied all the from
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t presided over by W. E { for the ensuing year. Arthur : way most
in the cover of the directory will be blue ;
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but with score -< son with. Z.E,. Fleming : was -elected__president, Karl humorous to the highly, djdact...
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a with gold lettering. It .wl containa
with ,. of. 1' :
a third quarter and the Return. ,, .Jo n..F..H .
will b \\': ., vicepresidentandCharlas student : Throughout the adddres, he Mid the
the regulars, business began to_ pickup plaintiff ttorney activity directory: ,giving
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and in the fourth quarter Florida of BiU Bivenaacts > secretary Herbert Massey, the names of all the officers-of: ,the i audience in rapt attention and at' fth
attorney for the dense 1 l urer. was elected at the close of' different student activities
scored 18 points. where the ; on the : close he was given a most enthusiastic
.. somewhat !I plaintiff" sues.. lU i: year. campus, a University calender, yells : ovation.. .
The Rollins team was to
-, ejectment recover"per t } i II- The following men were elected to i and songs. A special feature will be
stronger than we expected to meet. aw1u' to the d efendant.brc He began by giving his impression
in the added which will contain
on society: Henry a complete
Especially on the ends did Florida find ch of conditions :j I R. M. Smith, H. C. Moul and i iI list of Florida's football record, be- of U. of F, as formed during his trip

Ench opposition and it was not until I',wiIl.- j M. Perkins. Old members present I Il I gining in 1906. It will also contain about the campus, saying that toe

the final period that any interference The case is,'. A certain. I l the University this year besides 1 the Constitution of the Student Body I University showed a high degree of
jot beyond them tp any extent. j \7as devised of '. !I officers mentioned above, are D. Association, Florida Atheletic Association progressiveness, and that the future"
Florida registered their first score I t hundred. an d'forty thou san':! .. I! O. :M. Berg and Fred E.I and the Honor Code. The bulk would !
at the end of the first quarter. Rol- j.Property. The will}, contained : | Of the faculty, Dr. Leigh, Dr. of the directory will be the names of undoubtedly see her as one of _
his kicked to Beasley. Newton trieda I provisions to wit That I' and Professor Black are active I II 'I every student, course of study num-I I the South's very best institutions. He
i fake punt and Carlton took ten I,I (Continued I- on Page 1.. I i j i her of years in the University, cam- also remarked that Florida had a
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around end. Newton punted to Rol : I For the benefit of the new men at pus address, home address, denomination !l I promising football team and expressed '
lins but they could not gain thru the 1 t Perry, (capt.), rg Wilsky, University, and more especially j| and campus phone number. the belief that in every game except

Florida line. Wright lost five yardsca i i Is; Wuthrich It; Swanson, II in the department of chem- j I Another special feature will be a picture one, the 'Gators would come out
jumble and punted to Renfrow. fr*., q; Carita;, rh of the administration victorious.He .
a ; I it may be well to explain some- proposed
Newfem made five on a. fake punt and I Newton, f. ; I of the aims and ideals of this building. Besides the directory of I went on to say that participate .

Eeasfcy duplicated on a straight play. Rollins-Wright, (capt), I I The Ek. Chemical Society. students there will be a directory of :tion in ,college life and activities 'on
Sewtea failed to gain but Beasley I ner, rt; SiIsby, H., rg; Ward j i from the psysico-chemical all\ the cities in Florida having stu- the part of students bid much toward .
wried the ball to the 20-yard line on I by, Harry. lg; Bender It; for kinetic energy, !is an honor dents in the University and giving enabling them to see clearly the

I.1l end run. A forward pass netted I Boyle I q; Dow, rh; Teare, lh; I' \ open to all students of ad.- the names of the students from each broad principles of personal worth
fen yards but Florida lost on the next i as, f. chemistry who come up to the I II town. The nominal sum which will upon which rests the basis of social

two plays Newton faked a punt I Ionvan SUQstituti9ns-Flol1.d I I outlined in its constitution..! be charged for the directory does not progress He clearly illustrated ..
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*n4 A! ; netted ten! yards I Newton, Robinsojj for .' 'I is one of the oldest if not the old-I put it out of the rea.ch"f" any old j point he wished to make f} by telling

fitting the ball on the 5 yard -line house for Perry Thomas Merrin I societies on the campus, being an j j man's and Rat's pocket book and it I about a colony of wraps which he had
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Carlton bucked the line for a yard I ,., (Continued on page four) will be 'of great value to the old men I observed. Altho there was appar
f son, Burnett for Duncan
and Newton carried it over on the'I I I I as well as the new men. I etttly seething activity throughout the
i for Beasley, Pomeroy for .. r
next play. Florida failed to kick goal. "Tootle"I'E.RESOLUTION OP YMPAtHV;i I II colony, he was able to see by close
r Gunn for Wuthrich Tolbert I
I During the remainder of the period'the [senhouse. I I I observation that there were a few-
ball stayed in Rollins' territory [ I \Vhtiteas: the Almighty in his in- UNIQUE EXHIBIT i drones or "cuckoos" who existed

after the kick-off-and at the close of I wisdom:has sin ,fit to remove l through the simple process of pilfer. .

the quarter Florida blocked. a punt I ARCADIA .FLYERSDEFEAT I &* Zet Bagen, the beloved sister; : FOR ENGINEERS fng the food procured by their more.
tn the goal line. "Rollins recovered i I Frazier Rogers, from this .earthly- industrious neighbors. c .

lint was downed behind the line for a t II to her true home beyond the. By this he made it plain that any-

safety. ,i t i [ of mortal man. : The'College- of Engineering HasCompleted one who did not do his allotted: partin

In the second quarter neither teem I"I I Whereas, she can -no' -more walk .( its Plans for State the advancement of civilization
seemed able to penetrate the defense, 'Gators Baffled by t I the dwellers in' this vale o'fI Fair.: was a drawback to those more public-

1)f) the other. Florida got off several Plays and Air Attack |sr4but js fgrever departed from m. spirited, a "euckoo" oho lived.._ ,,at the
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pretty passes but were never within I Stars. I midst'to our deep)::and lasting ? The Engineers are 'on' thV:=job: and expense\of others" efforts.3r.:! "" ', :. .<." .

striking distance of the goal. Rollins andWhereas they are doing their share to make
sent in fresh reserves which strengthened Outclassed, out played I I' we realize that our grief i; the University Fair a great success. + + + + + + + + + -

the line and Florida failed to: by spectacular plays and a I not equal the burden of poignant i The Engineers are going to build the 1 The Florida Alligator is a *>
Din appreciably thru it. i I I I aerial attack the Florida that must be borne by our models of the University buildingswhi..h publication owned and operated +.

Florida kicked o Rollins. Florida went down to defeat at the Professor Rogers; will be used in portraying the + by the students of the Univer- +
f failed to gain and on the third down the Carlstrom aviators here 4 I Be it resolved by the students of campus. This will ,be done under the + sity of Florida. The staff of + r
tried a forward pass which" put .the afternoon by a score of 19 I Agricultural Club of the Univer- direction of Prof. Strong. It has hot + the paper is absolutely helpless +:.
ball on Rollins' 20 yard line. Florida I one of the fastest games of I 'of FJorida in solemn meeting as- been decided whether the buildings + in putting out an issue that will +y| 1

Jailed to gain in three tries. Newton I ever seen here, the Aviators that we covey to Profes- will be made of wood or of wooden + be truly representative of the +y z
dropped back for a drop iick. The I a victory over the University I : Rogers our heartfelt sympathy i ii frame covered with heavy cardboard. + student body and worthy of its +''::
ball fell short and was put in play on ida. The form and passing i brotherly consolation in this, his J l They will be drawn to 'a, scale of 1.6 + praise without the united sup- + -
t {be 20-yard line. Rollins failed toE I fense'of Carlstrom Field I of sorrow, and express our deep',cf ,an inch to a foot, whiefr*will make + port of every member of said +1-

n. punting to Newton. Florida much for the 'Gators. [ love and sincerest condolence buildings like Language Hall 15 + student body. Remember, Ga- +:

Wed their aerial attack with little i Vidal, who was mentioned him, our bereaved brother. inches in length. The ;'campus will Kors, this is your paper and if +_
access. I Be it further resolved that a copy also be reproduced to a scale includ- *
Florida failed to gain in I ern papers for all-American you want your money's worth, +
t wG tries but Carlton carried theloll i back when with West Point this resolution be sent to Profes ing the trees and sidewalks. + cooperate with the staff and see 4'

around end for the second touchdown i ago, made one of the most Rogers and a copy be given _*o I Other Electrical Engineering students + that everything that happens of + *
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on a pretty play and Florida plays ever seen or heard of press. I are working on electrical display + interest to the school is printed *#'
kicked ------ signs. One of the things will
goal. ball history. He attempted : + in YOUR paper. %:.-
in every'play and both of : be a 10 foot automatic electrical .
In blocked were + Jokes
the fourth quarter Carlton open- kick which was I and witty sayings along +?:
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J up with a fake kick! and carried caught the ball on the i men played jam up ball. Line sign bearing. the slogan "Florida + with original poems are the +
*ke ball forty yards around end for i was twenty yards down the 1! : I First.. This slogan was recently + backbone of a school paper. +* ;
the third touchdown. Florida gained fore the spectators realized Florida ((0))-Swanson, le; Doty, It; adopted by the State Bee Keepers + Every man is urged to turn +
C. Ig Wilsky, c; Scott, rg; Association, commercial clubs and ,
brit the Rollins line at will. Rollins happened. It was a brilliant ( ), ; + over to the managing editor or +
!t t the ball on downs and Florida of mental reactioti. rt; Duncan, rei; Renfro, q; other organizations. This opportunity + his assistant anything that will 11
''wed it straight the field to theyard O'Connor and Peck also rh; Carlton. lh; Newton, fb. ,, will be taken to let the.people of + be of interest to his fellow students + .
line. Beaseley up carried it I. for the visitors. A Aviators ((19)-Peck, le; McGurley, the state know that the slogan'had its + This dope must be hand-

OVer. Robinson at full and Carlton at dent occurred when Captain ; Pugh, lg; (C.) Strickland, c; origin at the University The slogan + ed in before Tuesday night at 6 *
hit made- repeated gains thru the land, last year's all-army rg; Williams, rt; Shrader, rei; will flash automatically spelling out + o'clock to get in the following +
and a few minutes before the of the most aggressive q; O'Connor, rh; Stillwell, lh; letter by letter "Florida First" then + issue. Put it in the box in Pea- 'I'5

1Il '7 ended Robinson carried it over football, broke his arm in fb. followed by the complete slogan in I + body Hall or leave it in Room 3 +
for the last touchdown. quarter. Anderson, The score by quarters: the three flashes. i + at Guy's Roost, or at the Sigma +
Lineups: Carlton played best for University -,0 0 0 00 This and other interesting work is + Na House. 1

Florida-Duncan, re; Doty. ri; team. Renfro and Captain Field __0 13 0 6-19 I (Continued on page four) + + + + + + + +



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profession now attending the law Just recently they have placed: a new- .:.;;::,: :: .. : "'
school made motion the Fresh ly sign out for the benefit of -; '. '-t HOUSE <-
a at painted '" ; ""- .;- -.BOARDING ./ .;>
man Class meeting last week to run those who don't: seem to .know' : "thereis "0" ;'{: '.....> ..}.. : -tr <, .-" w ..
I all officers "elected l and all committees a "Y" on the campus.There ..' '$,' :, ; OPPOSITE BUCKMAN :' .

: ; appointed.:through the belt line., The is. a young man named. West, :', ../ .-1 ?i: :, ;;,:-
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motion was carried, and he was Who went to see the girl he loved \ ,- :
promptly made a. committee of one best, : .
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to aee that said.motion was duly car So hard, did he press her .'. .ii. ': : .'
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Charlie Wilsky, while serving timein That he broke three cigars in his vest. t \ "
the infirmary for the past thirty Good Eats Plus Good Fellowship .

days, earned the unique distinctionof GAGS ..
being called the dean of that institution. > I II
His classes ,consisted of Stude-Is it possible to confide a I !

various 'courses, in S E P, Red Book, secret in you? I
and Cosmopolitan, in which Franz Friend-Certainly. I will be as
Paul Dixon silent as the grave.
and "Chick" Chilling-
;, worth proved to be his most adept Stude-Well then. I have a n _Dressing -
I pupils. need of two bucks.
.I Among those taking a week-end,I Friend-Don't worry. It is as if of Florida if signed !in good faith by I] out of the state games.I or three good ones. .

II trip to Jacksonville last Friday were: I had heard nothing.. the author. The letter below is a am not a Univ. of Fla. man, butI I As I said before, it may not be
Herbert Dunk, Forrest Skinner, Pete -Michigan Gargoyle copy of the original that was sent to am a university man that has come your fault, but let's find out where

IJ Harris, and Fred Lorraine. They all the sporting editor of the Jacksonville down here to live and while I am here the trouble is and get together and

:report a most enjoyable time. A discussion was being carried on Times Union. I'm for the state I'm living in. A make_ a little "fuss." We've got a

The contenders in volley ball are by a number of young men as to the Monday, Oct. 10, 1921., city as large as Jacksonville ought wonderful team this year and left
It} eeen daily about meal lime between traits that were peculiar to the students The Sporting Editor, to co-operate with them and let thepeople "boost 'em and make this a 100 per

I the two dormitories having a battle in the Universities of Florida, The Fla. Times Union, of this city know what they cent University Florida town. You
\ I royal for a few minutes. Looks as Georgia and Alabama. One man are doing over there and whenever will find a whole flock of Florida men
,r t I if we were going to have a real team said that he was acquainted with City, they win a game tell them about it and men from other schools here who
r this year. students from all three colleges and Dear Mr. Editor: and boost the team. They have played will fall right in behind you and it

The Rats have just had two restful that he could distinguish them by the If you will pardon me for a few. two games so far and won both won't be long before the whole town
I : week-ends in succession. "Too tie" way they offered to light another seconds, I'd like to call your attentionto of them. Of course they were small will be, too; so let's let 'em know
Perry has been off on two football man's cigarette. "A Florida boy,"he something that has evidently been teams, but they have such games as we are with them over there at
,i trips and left them alone, but they said, "will offer a light and,then light' overlooked. I Mississippi, Tenness and South Caro- Gainesville from start to finish.C. .
bad better look out. Tootie" hasn't his. An Alabama boy will light his I am enclosing a clipping from the lina on their scheduule and they mean E. B.
got anything to do next Sunday. and then offer a light, while a Geor- Tampa Sunday Tribune of yesterday something to this state. Florida.bas

The apples served in mess hall are gia boy will light his and then throw giving an account of the Univ. of Fla. the prospects of the best team in its 4 "
used more as baseballs than as food. the match away." game with Rollins on Saturday. Now history. this year and stands a darn I See (

I If you don't believe it, look in front Fresh-I have a sliver, in my finger get a copy of your own write up of good chance of winning all these + Vidal Drug Company j
I of Thomas hall every day after din- 1SophBeen t the game (which was about an inch games. Why not stand behind them
For Drugs Stationery Toilet I
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t nero square and merely mentioned the fact and help them along The Times- t
1 Hawkshaw is evidently the biggest scratching your head? that they had played and won by 33 Union and the Metropolis can do a lot I Articles, Candies V

I ladies man in school. Whenever a There was once a maiden of Siam points) and the High School game to help the season be a big success I Souvenir Cards .-Waterman. -- Peas|

pretty girl happens to motor throughthe Who said to her lover named Kiam: and other northern games were writ- and next year the people here will be I. --' ... -
campus all the fellows yell for If you kiss me of course, ten up in big letters all over the page. howling for a game and the prep t W. S. DORSEY & CO. 1]
I liim. We want to know the reason 'You'll have to use force, Compare them. school stars we turn out here will t
for it. But goodness knows you are I'm not trying to criticize your pa want to go there to school.It t Everything in Groceries j

J! It must be terrible to want to be i in Stronger than I am. per but I think, as mentioned above, might not be your fault about t For Goodness Sake Drink |

love and then be too bashfull to make that this University over at Gainesville the write-up yesterday, but if Tampacan DORSET'S DELIGHT COFFEE fS j
I advances : Bill Ward spends many + '. + + + + + + + + has been overlooked here in i get one like they had, the Times- !
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I dreary hours at home brooding over + + Jacksonville. Instead of featuringour Union ought to be able to, and there'ssomething
; his would be love affairs
and wishing +
l FORUM + own university, the very best wrong somewhere. I come
J that'some sweet young thing would + + football team in the state,'and what| in contact with about as many people HOE S
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come along and help him to over + + + + + + + + +, + is looked on the outside world as the i j lin i this town and down in the state
t come his lonesomeness.The The Alligator will be glad to print'anything 'I'I State of Florida itself, you feature j, as any other fellow I know of, and
Y. M. C. A. is again coming to in behalf of the University I I JDuval I High School and some of the II practically all of them agree with I H B. M. TENCH H

I what I have said. A good football J
f team is the best advertisement in the O Gainesville, 0

world for a school and a state. Georgia -

Tech. is a good example. Foot- E Florida E
Iii ."'c ball has made Tech. one of the most
famous schools in the country, and
'" who put that class of football there S H 0 E S

I' but Atlanta with her newspapers and

WHEN IN JACKSONVILLE -" business men. Pick up a Kentucky
paper any time you want to, any of
..o. them, and on the sport sheet you will I LYRIC THEATER, Inc.
'" find Centre College and the glory of
: 7K Store her football players written all .
Accommodating over llondayWallace
: :: it and the results of her games in 9 3 Reid In

I'V: lt .O Store big letters on the front page. Take j"ALWAYS AUDACIOUS"
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I'' any good team and
.: you will find their
I : home papers and business men behind Tuesday-
(! ) Anita Stewart In
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JKsJxearL of'Jacksorwi lie. here in this state's prep schools: but ."HARRIETT AND THEPIPER"

where does it all go? Up to Georgia I
and those more northern
schools to [Wednesday-
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ALIVE disgrace their own state Pauline Frederick In
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MEN'S WEAR "<"""--' It's a fine thing to boost Duval and T
she turns out some wonderful play, :.Thursday-
ers, but let's let those same prep |"GARMENTS OF TRUTH"
i school stars hear
of our own state .
If can't university and let them know they \\Friday ;
you come write us and we'll fill
your wants have a good team over there, so they I "BEHOLD MY WIFE"Saturday
will want to there
go and play on
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to their Georgia own state team, Instead of going ;J I 1 Elaine -Hammerstein In ;
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Washington and Lee another d V'3IIRACLE
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schools as they did this year.
Florida didn't get a single man from | TAN"

Duval that is any good In athletics Continuous Show=-3:30 to 11:00PAGb
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1iOUJI -'f T STATISTICS, -have The----decreased, -,. in- ; -to-..141.... .: ..-... t..-...... ._..t College of ArtTlST Sciences : ,.- i uy! 1.'
of the Univer- 1 "AIHT
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te opening an enrollment during the 1920-21 J < '1. .

rku passed, carrying with it thejtement F ,term: oft 226. This year they have ;. i f
9&&, ,hubbub ,jwjifh4)iaS( : ; 265** of* .wh clL.*number? 157 "are new J-..I k Lt1 :

this auspicious event, : ,
,yg marked students. Last but not least comes : ... .. .. .'I .
[ entire student: body is' be* the- graduate .school. with an enroll- :: :ij rr : ,
iL. to buckle down fcf the task ment of three, completing a total of 1.. How Much is .
C lies ahead. A hasty consulta- 1819 students, :: 7 4
including those attending orthV'1Only : ,
y with some of the deans of the .the 1921_ summer school. ". 11 ,aGood'Suif, } *
colleges has made it possible I. _____ '
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rather important as what you get from it in service :
\famishsome LEARN THE "X" OF THE "Y"
u interesting statistics in re- : and comfort.., Only-the, way in which '.,"

i to the men and the courses of Why not get better acquainted with style stays. And only what margin +t_

j ding offered through ,these the "Y" : This is a student orgaI\- 1 t, of profit is. demanded by the man: ..'.} t, '

umL d. zation and you should be interestedin who sells the:. suit. +c.
states that during it. Plenty of I 1 '"-' .
Norman stationery you will j / .
])ean
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Our buying our
.Jammer of 1920 the total enroll- find at your disposal there. Directly -
"ect did not exceed 743. On thehand after meals is an extra good time to &' splendid volume combine make us.

the number enrolled for write that letter. Make the "Y" meet satisfied :with a' small margin' and \.. .,

a summer term of 1921 amounted your convenience. Ice water can be '. we can give you .. ..; -
Jjaore than a thousand students, enjoyed at all hours there. The tele- '. _.
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.jading the vocational students. phones are to be used at your pleasure. ,4
It Normal 'Training School whichan Probably you enjoy reading the .. -AGood Suit for $30 r ,- a n

an enrollment of 15 for the 1920- daily newspapers or the popular mag- (as Low! as it's Safe to Go) ..t.
1 term now has. increased that numr azines. Goo'd literature can alwaysbe )
to 31an increase of more thanne secured, at the rooms. Learn to FIT FORM .
hundred percent in the short 1 play the Edison or get into the checker t 10-fc-t.Tfc-**. 9 .An:Ext.ra Fine One $65

pace& of one year. In addition to_this: or other games. Heaps of fun they AUTUMN SHIRTS' !. (As High as Necessary) ,Ii
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number of College students which I are. If you. should get tired of the 11 t
ranted to only 42 for last year isow ,hard straight chairs in your room, ,: NEW FALL HATS ,: .; The,new fall 1 models have made them .t..
r increased to 67 of which 25 are drop in and sample the rockers that ,AND SHOES -, appearance and we cordially invite "'.t ,

:ew .students. These figures repre- await you. The secretary, Mr. White,1. you to compare them, in. style, in '.td. }

ent *, grand total Qt 1,092 students is a good" sport, too. Meet- him at ; Remember, your complete'satisfa -j : quality, in tailoring-with any and t i
compared with 819. of the previous your fi/st opportunity- He may be I '
enD. able to help you if he knows your I tion is our first thought, and until you all, others. Such 'a comparison will 4 : ;
needs. His!. business is to heln tha are satisfied, we consider the 'Suittmerely : immediately establish their superior +'
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ba the campus has been equally as students and he is only too willing: to : out on probation. ; 1 ity. ... ,: t -.
have a conference with +
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remarkable that of "
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[Teacher's College. The Gollegje ofJUw Make the "Y' your recreation cen- ". -F
under Dean Trussler, having an ter. If you don't see what, you desire t. Everything Men and Boys Wear j." :: 1'', '
enrollment rf 115 for the last term, ask for it. Your suggestionsare 4o. ,',; "..f'oJ .' tr
123. The always solicited. Don't forget : :
has a present enrollment of ': ;J.\i. f} I
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t3Ier$ of the soil under the expert _that the Y. M. ,C. A. wants to serve LZ f i -, j-".;..+. .i.. ,- ..-. ., .'
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guidance of Dean Newell boasts of an I' :: -1g. ,;
increase in their numbers of approximately : Florida.

66 men. The Engineering
has been quite fortunate Christmas may seem a long way '
College not so -
increased off but' we are already making pictures : _' .: ,
as the others as far as an T
enrollment is concerned.Last ,to be used as Christmas remem- I'
year's enrollment for that Institution brances. Van ickel's Studio, south i Jacksonville,. Corner Bay and Laura j

amounted to 160, but this side square, Gainesville Fla. ,I .

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Agent!' Agency Hollingsworth's Unusual ,Candies. : f Society. Brand Clothes r"h'f' !*J' <;,- -ui-.d: v
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EDITORIAL DEPARTMENT (Continued from page one) I: : I
,, i. Truman Green -.Editor-in-Chief being done by the engineers and theirown + THE IIAR1' ISCHAFPNER. & MARX
S Editor exhibit. The engineers exhibitis
{pete Harris Managing '>' "
:4 ; !-, Glover Miller .Assistant Managing Editor under the charge of Thomas and t STYLESFOR FALL 1921 I''
: t Henry Fuller and Murray Cohen Athletic Editors Perkins. They are also planing In .

F Franklin West, Harreld Klock, Murray Cohen Reporters addition to the Tesla experimentwith .. .
K. K. Hanson, Ed. Woodberry. Parmenter, Ozzy Bie, H. E. Knight the assistance of Dr. Lee, Prof. I
I k. and R. W. Ray Contributors Black and students in displaying an I AJRE NOW READY -1 1t'

f 1 ',. BUSINESS DEPARTMENT exhibit for Chemical Engineers show-

'Horace Aleck White Wilson__._.._...-. _Assistant__ .Business Business Manager Manager ing Probably the magic the in most chemistry.important decision t'I New colorings, new Fashion Ideas, new Fabrics. Prices are I It

4' made during the last week with qne-third lower than those Fall 1920. I II
Entered as second-class matter, September 28, 1912, at the postoffice at reference to the exposition was for t ;.
Gainesville, Fla., under the Act of :Ma rch 3d, 1879. the Engineering College and the Gen- < ,

I eral Extension Division to purchasea f ._ .._ t
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.; Place all communications and news items in boxes designated for that
wireless telephone over which it I .
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purpose in Peabody and Language Halls. I
will be possible for the University
Rate:-The Florida Alligator, $1.50 the year. Band to give a consert by wireless to jff t
the patrons of the fair in the Univer- Florsfceim.Shoes--built, ;for, College;.men-ask for catalogs

; THE FLORIDA-ALLIGATOR ALUMNI ..EDITION sity building every evening insteadof -' ,
-r- depending on Westinghouse or t .. I
: some one else for this'work with dan- -
This edition of The Alligator contains the initial installment t '
ger of serious interuption because of '
of-alumni: notes as collected and organized by the officers of the', distance which might result from unsettled t "I

University Florida Alumni Association. Formerly thesb notes : weather conditions. A wireless

were published and sent out independently by the Association, but will not only be a wonderful I 'WOLFBROTHERS : I
believing that better results could be obtained by incorporating equipment but as there are only a ,
f them inThe Alligator, it was decided to discontinue as a separate few wireless telephones in the South, I
a i publication. Henceforth, each month, these notes will be put out it will serve as a great medium of TAMPA, FLORIDA
I connection with The Alligator, so every alumnus will not only advertising, since it will enable the ,
know of what those who were in his class are doing but will also University to talK to all amateur 1
get: in touch with the Florida of today. operators within our area. The pos- _- ----_--_-.t
In view of the size'of the issue this week it may be of interest ibility of the wireless telephone can
i I to know something of the progress made by the official publication only be imagined when the student standing It is open to men taking meantime. This young man took pov
of>the University of Florida. Three or four years ago it was a body realizes that tHe University operators advanced chemistry, that is, any session of the property under the wi
I -r small four page paper with a circulation of only two or three hun- are now working under favor- chemistry subject except first year and entered the U. of F. In the summer -
dred copies per week. At that time the number of students at the able weather conditions. The University chemistry. The purposes of the society of 1921 he bought a new automobile -
i university was about four or five hundred,,and as there were many operators have been able to are three-fold: first, to encourage and went to Asheville N, C,
k who did not subscribe the circulation was comparatively low. Since hear the announcements concerningthe a more thorough type of scholar- and spent the summer, during wild
then it has passed.thru the successive stages of six and eight page World's Series at Westinghouse, ship; second, to recognize such schol- time he took a correspondence come
I editions and now, in this issue it has taken on a still better air with East-Pittsburg. It is expected that arship, and, third to provide a medium in the Extension Division the U.tf
t twelve pages to its credit. the wireless' "<;onstration will at; for social diversion and scientific F.
+ .-' At the present time the number of people ft which The Alligator tract:thousands of people to the Unit discussion. These purposes, it has The young men to take part in ths
I reaches! shows an increase of many hundred per cent over what i versity building where they can set amply realized in the past, and it will trial are brilliant lights of the has
was a few years ago. Every member of the! student dyy is a their watches 'and get copy reports by undoubtedly continue to do so College and this feature: alone yi
i subscriber, as are many people outside the school, and'a cbpy is wireless fahdif -they remain until Although at present its membershipis stand out for the U. of F. at the faa
.; placed in the library of every high ,school in the state each week. about 10:30 the University operator small. its prospects are exceedingly The outcome of the trial is of vital
This issue, which goes to the thousand or more alumni of the university r.will be able to give the next morn bright. As one professor has already importance to the University and the
t ; in addition to the regular subscribers, students, and high I ing's news. .; been added to the staff of the depart- counsel for defense will no doubt male
schools,- :will numberapproximately twenty-two hundred, I ment and prospects are good for securing -,a name for Mmealf! flcr jinet ft,_ r.Arl....
copies.
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11,17 means tna tnere WIU De trom three to lour thousand readers E. K. CHEM[SOCIETY an entire building for chemise Orator Hall counsel for plaintiff.
f i at least, 'a fact which indicates that the University of Florida and I ELECTS OFFICERS try, the number of students enrolled
the activities in connection with it are being brought to the attention and thereby the membership of tha + -,+ +. + .+ + + *
of a greater number of people than ever before, and ithis, in (Continued from Page One) ; Ek. society will, without' doubt, in- *
: turn, means a wider and more complete sense of its worth, as regards ougtrowth of the old, Flint Chemical crease' immensely in the next yearor + Mr. J..E. Wood, distreit manager *
the welfare and advancement of the State, will be implanted Society which came into being duringthe two. Even now the society is + for iggett &' Myers Tobacco *
I iq the_ minds of those to whom it means the most. infancy of the University. The considering applying for a charter + Company, is in town and +
j jj j old Flint Chemical lapsed during the froni ,a national chemical honor fra- + will be present at the Footfall
I IN SYMPATHY war, but was revived at the beginning ernity of similar standards and ideals, !* game Saturday, the 15th. Mr. *
II I of the 1919.20 session, being and its future seems unusually rosy. + Wood will distribute Chesterfield *

The announcement made last Wednesday that "Mr. H. H. Me- then formed into two societies, the + cigarettes free to. those attending *
Creary is dead," brought sadness not only to his immediate fam I present Flint Chemical Society and COLLEGE OF LAW this game *
_ ily but also to the many friends who knew him throughout the the Ek. honor society. TO HOLD MOOT COURT *
-State, and indeed the entire country. Mr. McCreary was for The standards of the Ek. are very * * *
many ,,
years a representative of his county in the legislature, serving high, and to be elected to membership (Continued from page one)
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both as a representative and delegate to the Senate. He was own- therein is one of the greatest honors man should live a clean, moral, up- -. .. 4B 1
er of The Sun until he sold this paper years ago. Since that that can come to a student of chem right life free from the deliterious '
time he has been associated with The Daily News. The Alligator ,istry. Its requirements are that a 'follies of youth; that he should: make NORAH t
has been printed there this year and the sympathy of the entire man make an average of 90 per cent :creditable grades in attendance at a t
staff is extended to his son, Elmer W. McCreary, who has had or over in each chemistry subject he first class American university until Art and Gift Shop
charge zt of the printing our college paper. takes, and that he be of good moral the age of 25, with no. vacations in the Pictures and Picture Frames t
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Saturday afternoon October 15th- Last, _but by no means least. j
Dance-At Home.
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and peppiest
Saturday evening, Oct. 15th- dances of the In Clothes Well Football
dance, Elks' Club. Auspices season was that given as as 4
Script last
Saturday
evening at the Elks'
23th Century Club.'t Club promoted by Messrs. Albert
Spear and Jack Holland.
enjoyable DELTA RHO social DANCEAn affair of the Music for the occasion was rendered Big men in the game of life are men of backbone. They

past week end was a dance given by by Bob Swanson's Syncopated five like backbone in others-even in the clothes they wear. .
tie Delta Rho Fraternity in their uptown and the tipping of the light fantasticwas .
enjoyed until the midnight hour. I '
k The fraternity guests began rooms.to wend their That's why many successful business and professional ..
of merriment about TEHATA CHI DANCE
war to the place men wear
i 9:30: and dancing was enjoyed until a Last Monday evening a delightful
p r late hour. dance was given by the Theata Chi >' '
The latest dance selections were Fraternity in honor of the Carlstrom \ ANTHONY'S ,
rendered by the University Orchestra. Field football team.A .' < '-- -
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When it came time to leave all fine program of dance music was "FIT-SERVICE"
I felt assured they had spent a delight- furnished by one of the University ;1"-
Orchestras and throughout the even- CLOTHES I IF
fo1! evening. ,. ,_
I ing delicious punch was served. .' ,
I Last Saturday afternoon the Kappa Those participating in.. the even- .: ,.
were hosts with a pop dance ing's ;festivities were the honored .
Alphas given at their attractive fraternityhome guests, the local society contingent, .,. '1.;.
I on West University avenue. and a few out-of-town visitors. .", ."F' :,.- :>-. : $30 to $40 ,;.

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: + :NOTICE TO SENIORS + 5 ,.:
- him. ;. : They have the backbone to win vs. wear. .and tear
;. J + Please go to Marable's Studio + : "" { ". : '
1, + before Friday, October 21st, and + .. ; ...::.; .
+ have pictures made for the Sem- ..
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I't I + + \ 1EAnother: Suit if One Fails to Make Good' : _.->

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1 The staff of the 1922 Seminr'e is
L. now complete and appointments an-
nounced. It is comprised of the following :a; :
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, men: ; HILL BUILDING :;

Editor in chief-Walliam Je"acTe. '"

Associate editors-Ralph Perkins,
E. L. Yarnoff.

i Managing editor-Maurice Bnnell.

. Associate Editors-Jack Walsh,I -
,Lenard Todd. vidual pictures it will merit the ap- f N i ,
. Business Manager-William Field. probation of every "Gator." The"Rat" i Kelley-Miller Music Company
J ing. especially will be pleased to DEALER ,
Advertising l\1anager-James Win- have his physiognomy placed in a I EDISON & BRUNSWICK I
field. comparative position, so that when I Phonographs and Records
his affinity frantically scrutinizes the t A '
Circulation Manager-Bob Little. Latest Sheet Music. String Instruments and Supplies t
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countenance, the CONTRAST is
Roy Hoskins. .
marked.
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Art editor-Frank Heitzman. One of the primary aims of the GAINESVILLE PLANING AND COFFIN CO. t
Associate editors-Bob Harris, J. staff is to have the annual in every
Stratford>'QCA&ea + lotgrs .T. Etheridge. student's hands a reasonable time be- I Flooring, Ceiling, Siding, Finish, Complete House Bills. i"

Literary editor-H. L. Edwards. fore the conclusion of the scholastic: Daily Capacity 25,000 Feet. Gainesville. Fla. t
Associate editor>-K. Hansen, Edgar year. In order to do this it will be i't
A FLOOR Busbee. i necessary that operations begin as
MADE OF OAK Society editor-W. Is!. Robinson. soon as possible. Therefore the staff ..
Associate editor-G. A. Calhoun. earnestly urges the Seniors to re- -, -- -- -- -- .. -
lasts longer and looks better Organization editor-C. E. Duncan. spond when asked shortly to con- i 1
than a floor made of Associate editors-B. W. Ames, W.. tribute their pictures, and at a later t BOYS !.
pine-but it costs a little J. Bullock. date their college autobiography. The .
:Military editor-C. R. Hiatt. same plea is tendered the entire student -
more Associate editor-Nelson Longee. body; to respond when called I We know you are not millionaires or born with a silver |
Athletic editor-Buck Carlton. upon. I spoon in your mouth. So we Have priced our Shoes accord. *
Associate editors-H. Fuller, E. E. The staff will be particularly appreciative ingly, ft? =
Stratford Clothesmay Jones. of any contributions eitherof I
Joke editor-C. AAnderson. an artistic or literary nature. I '.' ., Crossett Shoes '
cost a little morebutlast Associate editor-L. Q. Lindilie. The Seminole is representative of tI s.
longer and look better The new staff has posted its goalon the University; therefore to raise t x. "Makes Life's Work Easy" I
a lofty pinnacle, and entertains not t ,
the slightest fear of its downfall.It "Florida I it t tI'
is the firm conviction of the new We trust that every Florida man
administration that it is going to pro- will cooperate in making the 1922- I I t '
HI1 IS duce a Seminole which will receive Seminole the best Seminole ever cre- UNITED A SHOE STORE 4 4I
the plaudits of the student body. One ated, the foremost annual of the
argument in making this Assertion is, Southern College world and a IL 111 WEST UNIVERSITY AVENUE
Jacksonville, Floida that if for no other reason than that fied and affectionate tribute digni-I I J
the 1922 Seminole is to have :InJi- 1922 Senior Class. t. __ _

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f .. But Candies, Stationery_ Souvenir ,

I ._ oc Pants Say that the..number' ( t tOf Cards. ,

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''i $35.00 Gainesville Electrical Supply Co.
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$42.50. Still be three because actions FLASHLIGHTS LAMP SHADES
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Money And I know of three men I' -
Can Buy 41 -When you need anything electrical drop in and see us
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$18.50 to $32.50 512 EAST MAIN STREET. : TELEPHONE 122:
In as much as they were.
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Good exemplified last { -t i'

i Men's Fashion Shop Sunday night when every footBall 4L: DROP IN I

: Court Arcade, Tampa, Fla. man was visited and OTTO F STOCK

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UNIVERSITY MEN I : Alteration Cleaning Pressing I
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i Phone 354 Gainesville, Florida I
t I Who patronize the White House Dining,Room have the sat- I Only a man fights for f ,

S isfaction of knowing_ they will enjoy the finest service and t And sticks to his team "" "" --' .
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t banquets, receptions, balls, weddings, .fraternity. t I F.-F. M. GAINESVILLE FURNITURE COMPANY
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t conferences, please see the Manager t When I used to wear breeches ;
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Tables may be reserved for any regular meal. Telephone 295. and had patches in the back, .. :: .
I f 0 I was a veritable king, '.' : .
f for with a dingy, worn-peaked cap D. R. Cox, Proprietor : : : -" Telephone 851

\' 4 i The my wide crown.world was mine 4-
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: r THE WHITE HOUSE DINING ROOM I and Eddie's and Buck's, ............................

and Jack's and Red's;
j t GAINESVILLE'S SOCIAL CENTER iI I II for we owned the woods; and streams, .................. .........

I t t and the wild blackberries on the road.

t oi t side. i AMERICAN SHOE REPAIR COMPANY |
Sometimes we were prosperous mer

I I -k, _!'"r. -!r.,.__!_i" i-i i-_i-=,!.(.. r-!--'i-i___""-" -_ _-::.";.'::.... .::-:.i.iI with chants I AND SHINE PARLOR
I pocketfulls of china-money,
it t and then we changed to piratesand r Louis Eliades
Eyes Tested. 9 0 Proprietor
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i shouted "sesame! to the huge
|rocks we passed. : 115 W. MAIN STREET, N. PHONE 139
Glasses F.'ittedBroken.elses. o ,{Who does not rememberthe
chinaberry wars we've had N. D. Cooper, Agent; Room 13, Buckman

duplicated 9. in summer, and the snow-battles ........ ..+ ............
in
.! < one hour'sS : in winter round 'bout Xmas time? r.wo.rose aoa N 4I.

S .-. _, ._ timeGrHrCOLES. < -c...,. ..' i We made and changed the history of

,'__ -._ ._ '- .OII" __ the world I. GAINESVILLE'CAFETE IAt. ':-
and conversed on 'profound subjects "
.
F ., Across from A C. L.
& SONSpecial as we shot marbles and spun tops t. ; : Depot '.
j and scrapped behind the back fence. "
-----.r ., ... F Modern and sanitary conveniences nave been installed
.. : ::: Buck was :going to be a prize fighter t r
I 1 'Select food and let table.
and win the world's championship, your our waiters carry it to your

I -.. I and Eddie was going to be abankerand t Prices are exceptionally reasonable.

Attention to. handle lots of money; I
; $5 Meal Tickets for $3.90 ,
I while Jack who liked to travel 1r
....
UniversitY.l\ren
; was going to trains.
own .ships and
j I' YOU :MUST SEE IT TO APPRECIATE
Even Red with his'sweet temperwas 1
We have just received a full line< of" Herringbone awl going out West just so he could I ... --. -. -- -- .. ..
t'. .. shoot, ..
light Grey Suits. : :- vYiMeYlYMYYilii
:{ while I who doted on being o t -' .' ...
f either Jesse James, or Harry Casey, -.: ... "
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1. Herringbone, $40.00 values:----.....--________ ,,.---.._$30.00 or Sherlock Holmes, I "' -".
strode about with my cap pulled over I I' -
Light Grey, $45.00 values .__...w -..--.----- ----__$32.50 my eyes, < TWO THINGS; _:

White Shirts with Collars -..;:______. --..-_.--..._.__-.__.$1.50 and my hands in my hippocket.And t .
U. S. all this timewe Gainesville is going to make a record in'this year Football
Army Shoes, $5.50 value. _-__ N-w_.---- ._-___$3.50 played hookey from school, t : /

:Mahogany English high cut ....----.--.---... .._.__.___$4.93 lost notes from teacher ,to dad, I and exceptional values in men's wear and clothing. .

All wool and mixtured Blankets from --m::.....__$2.98 up and which stole ewe pies stuffed and in green our blouses persimmons and t -

pockets, t- NUFF SED
and sprained our feetor

t THE L. & L. DEPT. STORE ing suddenly grew ill on Sunday morn- ,

when church bells began to thunder._ t I BURNETT
THE CLOTHIERt.
Fla. Natl.! Bank Building 104 W. UNIVERSITY AYE -
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Restaurant COLLEGE GAMES SCHEDULED their teams lose is, to met simply
The Alachua and Lunch Room I FOR SATURDAY &
f OCTOBER 15 disgusting This was not a-student. tu
REDUCED PRICESFor
He viewed the actions of the student
Ladies and Gentlemen | nibtns i. 1;
Florida vs. Mercer at Gainesville. Dod from an absolutely .unbiased u

Half Block from Atlantic Coast Line Depot | Alabama vs. S. M. I. at Tus alo.osa. unprejudiced stand on the: exterior.". .Rich.Knitted.HeavyPure ,

[phone JISL. .._ Gainesville Florida | Auburn vs. Clemson at Auburn!' He sees all sides. Silk Scarf -< :i
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s '' Was he right?
Dartmouth vs. Tennessee at; Han- SOLID COLORS ; I.
over. Are we downhearted? SCORES OF PATTERNS ,
CHESNUT'S SHOE I
PARLOR Georgia Tech vs. .Furman' Not porcliaMble for Uu at At- at Fnmisheri
pr1CD
SOUTH SIDE SQUARE t lanta. Coaches Kline and Van Fleet have

Electric Shoe Repair Department Work Guaranteed f Harvard vs. Georgia at Cambridge. good prospects of turning out a winning 1 for $2.:, .

SHOE SHINE PARLOR Iowa vs. Illinois at.Iowa City. I. 'Gator team this fall. Captainootle 3O$5.

, Mississippi Ags. vs. :Mississippi Col. T Perry is popular,. and is back- 6 ." $74. .,..'
-e1 Jege at Jackson. ed by the fifty-odd members. of the Guaranteed u rpr Mnte
y Yi! $! 1 !: 1!: 711111311111Z1: : : : tj Missouri vs. Ames at Columbia 'Gator squad. CartfuSg moan! patltd reloaded M loxit

Boys, when you plant Seeds, be sure to get them from *: Nebraska vs. Haskell at Lincoln. Though the Fighting 'Gators met a Send C1ee1 Order fir JlMef .
!Ii Northwestern vs. Wisconsin at slight reverse at the hands of the to
SEMINOLE SEED COMPANY !ffi Evanston. I Aviators, they look like the best team Pol&TreadwelUnc.Attor .

Gainesville, : : : Florida SJOHNSON'S : Ohio vs. Minnesota at Columbus. the Orange and Blue has boasted in U W.Court 334 8U lain N.Y.= .
U! some seasons. The line is J.1t1Hll .
Oregon vs. Idaho at Portland. heavy, the oJIAI WeUorf41l.oACENT
Penn vs. Swartmore ends are big and fast, and the backs

.. ... .... .... -. ... phia. at Philadel- are fleet. When Dickson with his This neckwear is among WANTED the choireat: Ja
I Penn. seventy-yard punts is again in the pore SilVdom; hence a mute though powerful .
PHARMACY\ State '
vs. Lehigh. at State aid to the ID&D cbo.eu tofit..
Drugs, Medicines, Stationery, Toilet and Rubber Goods j College. I line-up, alumni may well be proud of
' the team.
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We guarantee personal attention to Prescriptions. Only A Pitsburgh vs. Cincinnati-at Pitts I
devoted to the services all places of
I The
purest drugs used. Low prices.. Quality cpnsidered. burgh. strong Camp Benning-team fell business in Gainesville were closed
, Gainesville, Florida. I Purdue vs.. Notre Dame at Lafay before the fight on the 'Gators 6 tj
local
and business
was entirely sus
0. The
. -- ... plucky lads from Rollins
I ette.Rice vs. Tulane at Houston. Rut- fought hard, but the 'Gators tore pended. _

l' DO BUSINESS WITH gers vs. W. & L. at New Brunswick. through ter almost at will the last quar- Rev.The J.services G. Anderson were conducted, 'pastor of by the the
and
Centre vs. St. Xaxier at Cincinnatti. won 33 to 0.. Other games
; THE FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK: left on the 'Gator schedule include: Rev.Presbyterian Christopher church,Matheson.assisted by The the

i South Carolina vs. Brown at Syra- Oct. IS-Mercer' University nt Junior Christian Endeavor of the
New :Million Dollar Bank" cuse. Gainesville.Oct. .
"The Resources Over $2,500,009 Presbyterian church sang "Just WhenI
.
Tufts University of
Tennesseeat
vs. Vermont at Medford. "
Need Him Most
Knoxville.Oct. ; a quartet consist-
Yi! !: !: Yifi! !: !: !: Yi! Y I Sewanee vs. Oglethorpe at Sewa- 29-Howard College at Mont ing of Mrs. William Hodgson Miss
nee.V. Myra McMillan Dr. Buehholz and
M. I. vs. Virginia at gomery.
Lexington.W. Mr. Caro sang "Abide with Me," and
THE PHIFER STATE BANK
&> J. vs. Carnegie Tech. at Nov. 5-University of South Carolina Rev. E. .
W. Way, of Jacksonville, a
!R Washington.West at Tampa. former of the
Strong Safe and Accommodating pastor Presbyterian
Virginia vs. Ohio U. at )[or- Nov. University of Alabama. church, sang "Saved by Grace."
at Tuscaloosa.Nov. .
!fifih! !F.!: !fi !:fiJi !fi!: !fififi! !fif! fifif! gantown. The Gainesville lodge of Elks at-
Yale vs. Williams at New Haven. Mississippi State ftt tended the funeral
in a body, as did
Intersectional Games of Note Gainesville.Nov. 1
Kirby Smith chapter, U. D. C., of
Tennessee vs. Dartmouth at Han Oglethorpe University at which Mrs. .
Popular Goods at Popular Prices at Gainesville. McCreary is a member.
over. These and other organizations, as well
Harvard vs. Georgia at Cambridge. as a great number of individuals, senta
BURKHIM'S Rutgers vs. W. & L. at New Bruns- McCREARY FJJNERAL IS great number of beautiful floral -. ;t
wick. I IMPRESSIVE CEREMONY pieces and bouquets.

Some Football Upsets of the Year Interment was made in Evergreen
Lafayette. 6; Pittsburg, 0. Friends from Far and. Near Throng cemetery, where the services were in

GREENBERG'S QUALITY STORE h Iowa, 10; Notre Dame, 7. Residence Yesterday charge of the Gainesville- lodge of '
Miss. State 14; Tulane, 0. Elks.
A Complete Line of Gents FurnishingsOur Syracuse, 42; Maryland, 0. (Gainesville Sun) z

Prices Will Suit You Oberlm, 7; Ohio State, 6. Tbe funeral of Henry Hamilton ASKS SILESIANS TO REMAIN

SOUTH SIDE SQUARE Lehigh, 7; Rutgers, 0. McCreary; held from the home at 303 CALM .: {
East University avenue, at 4 o'clock ... :

Oglethorpe defeated Camp Banning: yesterday afternoon was one of the Oppeln, Upper Silesia, Oct.15..-
----- -- .- Saturday, October 8, 20 to 12 as most impressive services to have ever The inter-allied high commission today -
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against our 6 to 0, the previous' Sat taken place in this city. The home warned the populace of Upper '
SEE KESSLER t urday. While we are not attemptingto was crowded to capacity by friendsof Silesia to remain calm 'over the

For all kinds of Hauling and Moving. In case you need wood claim any superiority over the the deceased, who had come from League of Nations decision establishing -
f Stormy Petals: (comparisons will be far and near, many of them being the future status of the prov-

CALL NUMBER 9 ., made November 25th) two factors men and women prominent in state ince. The people were told that disorders -
---_-.. must be considered in this difference and county affairs. During the hour would be suppressed by force.1
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of score.
iSfflffifKBHiffiXi U1!: !fi !: !: $ 1 First, Florida went to Columbus ..

DORAN'S BICYCLE. SHOP | with Coaches only Kline two weeks and Van of. practice Fleet and are I THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR

East Main\ Street y-; building their defense nrst-Floril: I
BICYCLES, ACCESSORIES AND REPAIRS !Kf&BKSHaffir did not have a scoring machineThis' IS PREPARED TO DO YOUR JOB WORKB. I;

fOur is shown by the fact that through the O. Smith. 108, Thomas Hall. A. T. Moore..
entire first two periods Florida elected -

to play defensively rater than-of c '- .
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assortment of Pal Pencils Eversharp Pencils, Pens, I fensively. Hence the frequentpunt- ." : :'.
Alarm Clocks, Ingersoll and other American made watches, ing on the first down. .. jo-.J 4 UNIVERSITY MEN!! : ; .
of the
Second From the :reports .
from $1.58 up. ..Reliable watch repairing a specialty. H '
L. C. SMITH, I! game. Florida left several soldiers I' You are always '
too hard 'Gators were
The
South,, Side Square 1gHKffiffiffiffiffiffiffiKHW II IIS crippled.for the army men Robinson, th I Welcomed at ; &.- "

..... star half, had his arm broken ir1 r.
Yi! !: !:n. another man suffered- from a CO!! j BO\VERS SHOE STORE '
M" of the brain. Two j +;: ,
For Good Eats and First Class Service Come toREPP'S g cussion consider-1 J. t t *
men lost weakens a team Come in and ;
make
yourself home
LUNCH ROOM | : : .

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ftgrarciiiKiL'sriijg i more should pleasantly.However read the Oglethorpe, all game who -: :.--.. .....: "':i- ...,. = := .

in action ...
have ever seen Oglethorpe I -.t ;;: :? -!:: ,.;;''-' :Or W r : %J... I
know that she has no mean team and .

,. COODY'S CAFETERIAand the 'Gators won't lose thru overcon- !. THE UNIVERSITY BOOK STORE: -
fidence if they lose at all, is our pre-

diction. < .. ..
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Are we downhearted?
FLORIDA I A total stranger at the game Monday i I New line of University Jewelry and Stationery. --

Invites you to take your meals with them while in the city. I i after Carlstrom had made two Large Assortment of Pennants; Freshman Caps P-' ;,:
Strictly American, all home cooking. A variety of foodsserved !i touchdowns, was heard to say, "F1orI I.
all hours of'day until 12 p. m. Prices cheap as any I:ida does not support a losing team. J Memory Books, Etc.

Place. I The student body is strong for the .
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108 East Main Street I players as long *s they bring home j Everything For the StudentTHE
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How many students here at Florida student army has reachedthe r \

1 know that our college band, which proportions required by the government / / .
I organized back before it furnishes band instruments "
was only as far as
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1914 for the purpose of playing at lo such units, so Major !l / .:..-
military formations, has grown to a Van Fleet has forwarded a requisition :
_j 1; number this year which exceeds that? which when honored by the War Department How Do Hot ThingsCod

1 of any previous year; that, it has actually will mean that forty-nine /' \ ,'
had the distinction of having. new instruments of all kinds and of 2 \ \ \
led 1 the best make will be here for the J
Governor Hardee's inaugural procession \ blacksmith draws a white-hot bar .
at Tallahassee last year, and use of those who want to make the &an
THE It begins at once to cool.
that two years ago it played at the band bigger and better. How door
Seminole Sun Dance down at West Since at present the only assistancethe heat? Some is radiated, as heat is radiated

Palm Beach, about the largest cele- band receives from .the Universityis the sun; but some is carried away by the '
bration of its kind in the country. money for music, loan of a few instruments Now suppose the bar to be only the; ,

Read here a list of the engage- and payment of a direc- in that case it loses heat only half as fast. Smaller bare
ments and trips the management of tor's salary, financial difficulties standin It would that
in proportion. seem this proportion si
the band is working hard to put over the way of fulfillment of a large ',
and' will put over if it possibly can. share of its plans. So Manager Re- hold, however much the scale is reduced. But does' sr

First is the hope that the band will gero hopes to put on some concerts Does a fine glowing wire lose heat in proportion to i
be able to play the "Orange and Blue" right here in Gainesville to help swell 7 diminished size? 1

ana leaa the parade 01 Gator rooters the band's treasury. Right here is '
when the football team meets the where the whole student body can I The Research Laboratories of the General

University of South Carolina down help its musical organization along !a < Company began a purely scientific investigation
in .Tampa on November 5. Whetherthe great deal by attending these con- ascertain just how fast a glowing wire loses heat. It
band goes or not is decided by certs. The rate for students will be found that for small bodies the old simple law did
the student body. Shall it ? Nextis somewhat reduced from that for the E
go
:: hold at all. A hot wire .010 in. diameter dissipates
a trip to Tallahassee to play at a general public, so if each one will : .
concert for the young ladies of the come out and pay his 50 cents or : only about 12 per cent more rapidly than a wire .005'

State College fort Women. To the whatever the amount is, he will be }/t ",. <: diameter instead of twice as fast as might be expe

!I members of the band this trip ranks sure to get his money's worth in good >* The new fact does not appear
very important
second in importance only to the music and help his band's treasury s-
Tampa trip. Then the West Palm besides. The band is an entirely vol- '--," :':< helped bring about a revolution in lighting

Beach trip for the Seminole SunDance untary organization in every way, no ., ':.'.r: :-: It had been found that a heated filament in a vac
i for March 25 of this year is member receiving any pay for his ':: evaporated like water and that this evaporation could
assured. Then there is the possibility -i playing. So it's up to every studentto : r-.
I I of a musical contest with Georgia support the band in every way he retarded by introducing an inert gas such as nitrogeaargon.

I f I Tech. Tech claims to have a pretty can and to come out for a place on l .. But it had long been known that the presence
f f :fair college band, but Florida's music it if he can play any instrument. I '.L'" gas in the ordinary incandescent lamp caused so
makers believe they Tech.'s Director .: .: 'L' heat to be carried from
are superiors Brown is willing to give a /. ; .the filament that the lamp
i in this line. Therefore, a try-out to any who want one. He who t '. made useless. The new understanding of the laws of
I challenge has been issued to the earns a regular place the dispensers ,
among from
I wires however pointed out a of avoiding
way
I Georgia musicians to
play a series of
of music
may even be '
rewarded ,
I : __ supposed necessity of
three a vacuum.
concerts in competition before with a letter sometime in the ..' ,
I Judges to decide the issue, one concert future. ", <' By forming the fine
tungsten filament into a helix
I to be given in Gainesville, one in Atlanta The roster of the band ,:.:,' heat loss
t at present is L was made much less prominent. The Eit
__ territory., and There a third need on be some no fear neutral for as follows: .. u_ .. :.' :a}, ..' .-: radiated is then about the same as if the wire wd

R. DeWitt Brown, director. .:{t stretched
out but the
: Florida's boys in such a contest, z. heat loss through the gas is vj
i f t should it take place. Last year a Bartlett, N. B., cornet. =;t c.f .... !.; -- much less. So the tightly coiled filament was put into .
_ similar challenge was issued to Tech. Cody, W. J., saxophone. :' r}. : ;;0, gas-filled bulb-and a new lamp created. Att
,and was accepted, but because of a Ennis, J. G., drums. .} :: r :)... 1 was
it
same cost
: lack of funds to finance its part of Edwards, H. L., clarinet (librarian) "j; '. .,. gave more and better light. |

: the idea, Florida's band had to call Hogart, L. A., cornet (drum major) ; ... Thus pure research, conducted primarily to findcfi
the plans off. "If Jackson, J. L., alto. <: = how hot
we can do it, it things cool, led to the invention of the gas-nla
.i will be a great thing for the college," Lester, C. J., tenor. } .L ':. :. lamp of today-the cheapest most efficient illumias
,f says ''Manager Regero of a tour of Mahannah, W. D., 'alto. '. IX f:. ..- thus far ,
,., produced.
West and Notth Florida, and part of Melton, J. E., saxophone. ''''; 'I'

Alabama and Georgia by the band, McDonald, J. H., clarinet (secre- .' '; -0fi' :;..,,- Sooner or later research in pure science enIich es
'
which _is so far not tary) ?" !
yet definitely world with
arranged discoveries
tl i that can be practically appBsFor
but which Perkins. R. P.. oboe. : .
has Doctor Mur- \ [ '
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the
reason
Research
i pnrees' support Regero, A., trombone J-" ". ., -.! Laboratories devote BOO
because he believes (treasurer), : ": : .;i' '
I that such a trip by the college or- Regero, C. J., clarinet (manager). ;: .: time to the study of purely scientific problems.

!I .hestra would do much to make the Roberts, H., cornet. :
Ii i University better known throughout Tooke, W. L., saxophone.;
sections where it now is known but McClani, H. E. bass. ;.c: : L. G
,little.: Walker, C. L., baritone. 4 ,_ ,,.:; en era 1.EI ectrlc

: Mahn, R. W. !'" .
This drums. '
trip as planned is
to come af- General Office ttY.
Booth, D. .. Company 5chenc: U4'
ter the Christmas holidays and will E., drums; '
!; take about ten days. It will include Hutson, A. D., cornet. -
concerts at Live Oak, Madison, Pen- Cargell, R. M., cornet. ""! I -- -
sacola, Tallahassee, Judson College Pomeroy, H., trombone. "PERSONNEL"

Dothan, Alabama, and Bainbridge, Hauser, F., baritone. .. Who dresses up something most I! Weaver's Steam Laundry
Taylor, J. S.
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Georgia.' The management has been piccolo. classyHe !
t : in touch with the Judson authorities Webster, E. B., alto. thot the man who did drill I t FOR

Florida's and they baad are very come anxious there. to have Edwars librarian, T. )J.. clarinet (assistant But Was now nothing he isn't more so sassy.than a pill j. .HIGH CLASS CLEANING AND PRESSING ,j

Also in connection Ulmer, R. J., drums. --
with the Armistice --
Day exercises in Gainesville when- Mounts, M., bass. There is an officer up here from Augustine -
I the R. O. T. C. battalion and the Washburn, C., alto. -
Gainesville post of the American Legion Windisch, E. B., cornet. Who plasters his hair with Brilliantine -
Weaver, A. C., saxophone.
the Gator cooperate band in will celebrating furnish the the music.day, Fuller, A. H., clarinet. In any old weather ELIWITT CIGAR CO.
Smith, M., flute.
His hair
sticks
Though they now have thirty-six together
t on McMnllen, C. B., drums. Now, listen girls it is 1
the roll, the largest number ever to a scene. Cigars -
represent Florida in this I J
way so far, FREE RIDE
the band members believe thirty-six The "Baraca Special" leaves the 1 "THAT'S MY BUSINESS" '
isn't enough. They DR. TENCH
want to raise
corner of -
Buckman Hall
about 9:30
their number to fifty at least Dentist
but the Sunday .
mornings.Do TAMPA
more the better. Players of reed in- I' Office Graham Building FLORIDA
your sleeping in the afternoon.
etruments. are! ,, particularly wanted, Come to Sunday school in the morn- Office Phone: Res. Phone: Tampa Nugget Hav'a Tamp* .
such as the oboe, bassoon and saxo.. ing. 358-J 369-J
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.AGE FROM THE PRESIDENT elements involved in that industry.He .

__ VOL. No. 1 OCTOBER, 1921 50c PER YEAR has owned thousands of head''of.'

B other states, the State Univer- cattle and is still a cattle owner **

r,i b the center of light and leading The Alumni Supplement is prepared and published by the Alumni a considerable extent and lie control

&,t of matter those states.of development We shall of make the Association of the University. The Alligator staff and the Univer- thousands has of won acres the of confidence pastures.He .of all .

University such a center in our sity authorities assume no responsibility for anything publishe din the with whom he has come in contact,;

i. Alumni Supplement and has a faculty for making clo-

other states, all the industries warm personal friends. Into whatever

states look toward their state town you may drop in the stateof
j
jhtrsities for the benefits of study THE ALUMNI, ASSOCIATION OF THE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA Florida you have but to speak hk

that are essential to name to find him known and respected. -
experiment
PAT JOHNSON Pres. HARRY W. THOMPSON v Pres. B. R. COLSON
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improvement and growth of thosees. Secty. He is known for his generosityand
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We shall make our .Uni- Kissimmee, Flay Pensacola, Fla. Gainesville, Fla. I willingness to serve. He is respected .
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itJ such a nursery for the eco. for his common sense and resourcefulness -

future of Florida. this is preliminary to anything else who have not signified their desireto + + + + + + +. + + + I and most of all for his

i order to do this we plan: I that the Association can undertake receive it are requested to do so + + squareness of character and sterling

To bring together and loyalize It[ will be a part of the duties of the at once so that they will receive all + WHO'S WHO AND WHY + 1 and shining integrity Pat liberally has always -

the Alumni ofhe University.To Association to examine into the mat- copies. A very few (about five) + I been willing to give
ter of proper budgets for the Univer- have said they did not wish to sub- + + + + + + + + + + 1 time and thought and money to the
promote free discussion and 4 and it is but
sity and endeavor to bring the mat-, scribe. We hope that they will reconsider cause of his University
est participation among the PAT JOHNSON University
that
that the alumni of
justice
ters of the University to the due consideration their decision and so adviseus. '
with regard to.the affairs of have honored him with the
of the Legislature of the We believe that every man
University. If will turn to thirty-eight association.It .
you page presidency of their
State. Such consideration would necessarily should keep a point of contact with
[3. By means of the enthusiasm of the Seminole for the year: 1911 you is probable that his term as
have to be based upon economic his Alma Mater and his school mates.
|0esed. by arousing in the Alumni anon I will find a record of the present President president of the Alumni Association
and would have to iou
principles I
interest in the University, tote other demands Let us hear from of the Alumni Association duly! will serve to bring about closer coalition -
take into view the on
an organization that will acta t I inscribed therein under the title: I of interests among the alumni
the State Treasury. I't also be THE RESULTS OF THE .
unit to make actualities of ajiyI t "Robert G. Johnson, Kissimmee,! and promulgate and put Into execution -
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the duty of the Association to endeavor CAMPAIGNThe
I the undertakings to which the As- Florida. policies which will result in per
I to raise the standard of the teaching -
iation pledges itself. "PAT"appears manent benefit to his alma mater andher
staff of the University to endeavor Alumni Association made a '
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[Action can be taken by the Alumnithis the following: sons. ...
to increase the attendance at the very determined effort to 'secure an 4:
time which will serve the LL. B. Course; Manager Varsity
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University to endeavor to provide adequate appropriation for all ofFlorida's '
to the Uni- ; Foot Ball Team '10 THOMPSON I
'versity-and service ; Varsity Foot HARRY WRIGHT .
scholarships for deserving youngsterswho institutions of higher learn-
'ty is the life principle of our Ball Team '09; John Marshall De-
ate financially unable to attend ing from the last session of the leg- '
The Alumni ,can be re- i bating Society; Tennis Club; Debat- Harry Thompson-that's a mighty
I the University without help; to pro- islature. We did not everythingthat '
iatriated, brought back into the cir- get ing Team J. M. D. S. '10; Business familiar sounding name. Seems tome '
vide service toward placing the after. Was cam-
a went our
we
'of.influence, of the University byiing Manager "Seminole," '11; Y. M. C. A. that he has been attending school
of the University as they failure !
graduates paign By
means
them active members. of,the a no This is Pat. He hails from the ever since the University has been at
rr come' out' into .the'-rorld and other Then, what was accomplished by it?
ociation. To do this requires: land of Kissimmee, where cows graze Gainesville Right you are .gentle
wise to preserve and further No one can estimate the full extentof
(a) That they pay dues-not be- conserve upon a thousand hills. The quiet, reader, but the subject of this'article
the interests of the Universityas our accomplishments, but here are
USe their money is valuable to the peaceful look you see upon the face is the other Harry 'hompson..Hat17
part of the intellectual equipment some of the results. '
ciation, (the dues could well befeced a of Pat is due to his having imbibed W. Thompson. : '
at no' more than $3 a year), of the State of Florida. We secured an appropriation fifty considerable of the serenity and Harry hails from u.Milton' bUt '"having ;

at because unless a man will pay But it seems to me that all these percent larger than the Universityever peacefulness of the cows among whomhe learned the error of his ways,

ething to keep in touch with thee matters come after we have made received before. was reared. Pat's chief course in moved to Pensacola, where*heI fJ '

WI went to school with he will the Association something more than We secured fully twice as much as the Law School has been to point out state's attorney for the ,rat judicial

ot do anything worth while to aid his the loose aggregation of shifting in we would have received had it not the'errors of the famous law writers, circuit. Likewise, be is viee-presidentj

vemty. If an alumnus does pay ..dividua1s. that it is now. I believe been for the campaign. (This is ad- many of whom have received the ben- of the Alumni Association. .

dues, it is evidence that he ac- that properly carried out' the 'differ-' mitted by practically .all :who are hi efit of his kindly and helpful ciriti- While in the University Harry wall

ta the Association worth keeping ent suggestions that I have made touch with the situation.) cI fm. He has also performed itees: .a<:.tivejn all branches of college life* d

Payment of dues is simply a test above toward unifying the member- We came within two votes getting timable services for the faculty by and always tD JCJiin wn-part withottV

loyalty that we need in order to ship would result in creating an As- practically every thing asked for. the correction of immature and un- assistance. He was one of the most

sow those who belong to our tribe. sociation that would be a potent We secured that which we held to safe legal* principles enunciated by popular men in school.

IM because that is its value the size 'force in any of the directions above be the most important of all-the them. To Pat, above all others, is During the war Harry was in the

the does should be nominal. Wet proposed, but as it is at present con- salary increase. due the success of the Seminole. aviation department. To his deep regret -

expect to run the Association .stituted I am afraid that the Association We advertised the University as it From that day to this it is proba- he was retained as an instructor

practically no exacted money.t I &s not sufficient support and has never been advertised before. ble that the name of Robert G. John- instead of being sent across and so

funds we need must be given. t co-operation from the Alumni of the The last two points are extremely ston ,has appeared in few places, for paid the price for unusual proficiency.Since

d our own services must likewisea University to justify, them in undertaking intereeting and important. The he is known to the world at large as his discharge Harry has beet
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gift, freely and gladly contribub -I.I any large matters. salary increase was the most Impor- "Pat" and the Florida world at large elected to three offices that we know

It is therefore my purpose primarily tant in the entire scheme and the certainly knows him. of, namely: County solicitor of E..-i

(b) That, a regular little first-class I. to strengthen the Association,' most dificult of attainment. Manyof As indicated by the write-up refer cambia county, state's attorney, ands

cond-class monthly news sheet be leaving to those who follow me the our best professors who had givenup red to, Pat is a cow man, and as such vice-president; and, with all.., he is the

reatedito act as a clearing house forumni more interesting and spectacular' hopes of the promised ,advance has been intimately connected with most modest man in the ..orld. If-;;

news notes. The regularmust possibilities that can then follow. materializing and who were already the cattle business of the state. Last you don't believe me, ask him.

cover the costs of this, andhey PAT JOHNSON, considering other flattering offers are year he was the secretary of the Cat # It '

must not be increased to that now engaged i in building. This tells tle Raisers Association of the State BARNEY R. COLSON l|

ad. THE SUPPLEMENT IDEA more eloquently than words how they of Florida and this year is counsel for I
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: (e) That there be a mail referenda In the Alumni Supplement it is the, ,regard the< situation. the association.He The subect .of this sketch is a nat|

to ALL the members on all sub- intention of the Alumni Association While the campaign was in pro- 'is-a member of the law firm of tive of Alachua county Florida tb '-t

vitally affecting the welfare ofe to keep its members informed as to gress some were afraid that our very Johnston &: Garrett, of Kissimmee, ing born at_Trenton, some years ago, .
Association. the Association's activities, tile do- frank discussion of the University's Florida. He represents the board of where his rli1i ie'was ipent'chasing ,

: (d) That there be,at least two' getogether ings of* the graduates and former :crying needs might react against the county commissioners of Osceola cows, pigs and .chickens",.onjjthj

meetings a year to be held students and progress at the Univer school and injure it by keeping away county. and takes a good deal of interest farm of his parents, Maxie D. and(

t Gainesville, open to the attendanceall sity. Likewise, it is proposed to give students. Those l in charge of the '|n public affairs. In his own Melvina R. Colson. Barney says bet,

f members, but attended by deletes the Alumni, practically all of whomare campaign held that we were giving bailiwick, be is admittedly the most was not cut out for a farmer, how.l

chosen from the local chapters intensely interested in the the University the best, kind of adver- able trial lawyer and advocate. ever. His work in the public schools;

f Alumni on a basis of membership. school's welfare, an opportunity to tising., Such 'seems to be the case Soon, after he left the University he of the county enabled him to gain admission -;

(e) That any town or county which express their opinions :fully and as our initial enrollment this year was appointed by the governor to by competitive examination

aa as citizens three or more members frankly on all subjects which relate' shattered all past records and appar- hold an unexpired term as clerk of to the South Florida Military Instf-

5 the Association shall form a chap- to the University's wellfare or the ently our,school is entering now upona the circuit court of Osceola county, tute at Bartow; Florida, one of the./

*. That this chapter shall watch activities of the association. It is new era of growth < and served acceptably. i old State schools headed by General;

the interests of the University in its the hope of the officers that the mem Was our campaign a success? We] Probably' there are few alumni. of E. Mel vcr Law, a distinguised Confederate

'arisdiction. That some one man bers will avail themselves of their will say it was.sosoo. the University who are so well known general who saw much active -

shall be named by the chapter to represent privilege and write in fully and i. throughout the state to business men service in the War Between the

it in the matter of official communications frankly expressing ,their views. So _a. and lawyers_ as the present incumbent. States.. After four years in, thil'

to and from the Associa- far as space will permit these com', i of the presidency of the association.His school, where he graduated with III jo*

.ion. That the chapters shall be subsidiary munications will be published in fulL: P very thing Electrical .1 practice as a lawyer has extended est honors, and with the rank of cadet .

' to the Association. This, the .first copy of the supple t JOS. J. SEYKORA into numbers of counties and his interests captain, which rank he had held

t As above outlined, my policies have ment, is being sent to every Alumnus in the cattle business of the through his entire senior year al

.been confined to a re-vitalization of whether he has already signified his f Phone 107 Gainesville, Fla. t j state have been so large as to bring callege, he engaged in business ir t

the Association. It seems to me that desire to receive it or not. All those ;.-. -- - him into touch with all the various. ,(Continued on page ten) ITIm.FLORlDA

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future walls, braces, etc., would be.adequate.But .! a day never to ,be forgotten.
in
: ,, WHO AND WHY students of the University; in fact, vious mistake of calculating
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; \ ___ I Alumni and college students'. activi- years which approximates the attendance 'if fifteen, hundred is.the.. ultimate i! Make a big circle on your

(Continued from page_ nine)) .... ties*may be:,termed hiQiobbs; in the., past!=. >. 'and.final, seating capacity of the University -i .. bout.Nl{ ember 1tl1and $
? : Pen4
Auditorium
lastfleg-
Flprida' !
:Bartow: for a brief period of aboht a I i He Jj"is present secretary .o fthe For an applicationThe' of our 16th|and |17th|gettinggiant; '
have/calcu- school l will b[making the same mistake
islature must assuredly : '
tame Gaine3vi11e Alumni Associations also sec.rjetary'pf for| le abs
: year. He then ;to uni< i nee
and that.almost every other ers ready
lated on an attendance this year: ..
'. the Gajnesyjlle} Jlptary Club, .. i _
MachI3 next of about 1> the:saine'' tuber is ty has made' -a what"wilt be our -** '*& -
: has lately
in fact it appears that he I. SOUTH FLORIDA
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I attended last year,tho we have shown excuse! c \ -, r / '!
t which business he acquired ownership acquired .habit of being secretaryof I
J I 1 in 1903 and is still actively engaged things d .which;Jby tb"eway, .la., d tremendous growth every;year:for .... _.... --4. A t" } '"I' I -ALUMNI g .

;'>. in the land and title business harder to fill than the former office the past ten or twelve years. The HOME COMING DAY :On..the night of "
November
e j : being president! and- principal owner i of president, as there' is more real enrollments during the regular ses- Tampa is to be the Mecca.
have
I .z., of the work it-but then that's what we sions for the past twelve years o all
above.cprporation. I to November 18th;: the day, of. the big ida men in South :Florid
I Fate was dealing-kindly with Bar- [all like-for the other fellow to do. been as follows: 186 Mississippi game, has been selectedas the night before the South n.i

:_ xey for it was while at school ,at Bar- i Oh, yes, J' came near forgetting 1910-11.1909-10.' : ._._ i" '-' ''241' Home. Coming Day.Every Flor- game, and following last yeafi

t .I tow that he met the :young lady who that Barney is chairman of the coun- ; .. ida man who can possibly do it should; tom all the Florida e
men in
',1911.:12J-r"; ;-r ,302 T
!I was to> become his. wife-Miss Eddie ty school board of Alachua county .. : come to see this great game. and havea and vicinity will
1912-13 get
I ,321 together
I Sue Bowers, whom he brought to which. the way, is another hard job 1913-14' '" :".*l B49. big time generally. Every busi- big "pep" meeting. fit.

Gainesville his bride in 1904. Three and no pay.Here's ness house in Gainesville will close

: daughters; Eddie Sue; Francis :Mel- hoping you'll get along with 1915-16-1914-15 378 and the entire town is 'to turn out Last year's meeting was jojt.

I Tina and- Martha Dallas now ,bless your new. secretary., 408 to see the Purple and Gold battle with starter. The meeting this year Ja
Y 4J4. far eclipse that
1916..17y so one that
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the home. Little Nelle-an infant '. '. 'l ; l .. ': 370 the strong Mississippi aggregation.The be thtrul
; flower-was born to bloom ip the Paradise + + + + + + + + + 1917-18 day will be a full one for Flor- no. comparision. The tub
191819.J, ': .. ,, 554 Alumni Association will
have
i of God, having passed away at + + >. -S ida men who come back. There will da$

: the age of twenty months. + THE OPEN FORUMS + 1919-20 :f : '664 be the fall meeting of the Alumni As- That assures pep from start to fiLet
1920-21 828
: Barney holds a diploma from thy + + | sociation before the game. Fratern- every Florida man be there

; University of Florida. by virtue of the' .. *-.. *... *. +... + -*. ., + : + At 1921-22 this time(estimated our, actual) enrollmentis 1,000 ity reunions after the game and a :Jig Alumni news continued On pan nWt

terms of; the Buckman bill, which .. dance in the
gymnasium at night for
ABOUT AX AUDITORIUMThe
I 876 students, so that a total enroll- I
; grants to each of the graduates of all Florida men. There will be enter- <
ment of a thousand for the year is a
: tfce ,former state colleges a diploma University of Florida is, theNation's certainty. At this rate of growth our tainment a plenty for the men who do J. S. BODIFORD
corresponding to' the one received not care to dance. Come back Flor-
"Baby University. This
enrollment ten years hence will be
from the college of which he was a ida men and the biggest student add'
I refers to years-no longer to size.[about as follows: see I
raduate. :
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: The fact that our University is so 1922-23 1,200 body that you have ever seen. We COMPANYDruggists I

j'' He has always been active in alum- young gives us a great advantage I 1923-24 :." 1,400 promise you nine hundred by that !

I aj. work and was president of the for we can study the mistakes made ..1924.25.a:. : 1,600 time. Let's make November the 18th .. : Phone 31

Alumni Association of the South by other universities! and avoid, them.! 1925-26 j ;.{f--' 1300

.- Florida Military College, before it What excuse will we have to offer 1926.27.. 2,000
'-as abolished' by the Buckman bill, if the '
we go stumbling along making. 1927-28 2,200
and was an' enthusiastic worker in the same errors that the other univer 1928-29 : ', SPORTING
; fff 2,400 GOODS
the :: .. .
early work
of Alumni Association -
sities have made time after time. 1929-30 2,600 -
of the r'r! r Football '
University of Florida and
The most common mistake which 1930-31 2,800 Baseball

served many years as its president, our American universities have madeis 1931-32 3,000 Hardware of all Kinds ..

Being succeeded in 1919 by Ralph to plan and build for the presentand According to this estimate, which
Stoutamire. He has served on many not for the future. Those universities See Us
believe
we to be reasonable, we will i
I committees in the Association .
work, which have their
served have
three
thousand students in at- THE
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notably on the Budget Committee in THOMAS COMPANY '!
1 states best have attracted hundredsto tendance at the University of Florida 1
1920, when the Alumni Association their doors year after year. Each ten hence. Phone 22 -'
years And
I yet accordingto
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ly the .1
; constructive work of Secretary '
year with persistent regularity all our understanding the proposed WEST SIDE OF SQUARE
J "P t 'O'Byrne really J
began to
attendance records have been shat-
Administration
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Building is have 3
to
; make its presence felt in the public

i Efe of.Fldrfda.( the tered.college Yet the authorities legislators have and persis-even number.a chapel which.will seat but half this .............................

I One of the greatest pleasures of tently failed in their calculations to Our University needs an auditor- ti

.' lie life is to be doing something folia r figure on an increased attendance but ium of that size right now. The University : Let your next Suit be a i

J i alma mater,. the Alumni and the are very prone to make the very ob- brings to Gainesville attrac- I

tions in the way of entertainments.. t }
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t lectures, etc., which not only all of i
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J't: '; I I.. t ..
HUTTO AND. SCHOENBORN the students wish to attend, but like- ;,; .4
j -;. -. wise town OR i
> many "
Tampa, Florida people. There :
I are : . ... '->" te"
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1 than L. !
more ,
1500
+ : ICE,.. CREAM, LUNCH AND CIGARS I ; people who would .. .. "J ..1" ." ."'>
like to attend our ,. 'FIT FORM: :.. : \ .
1. ;. I. ; ,' 508 FranklinStree: }. 1, present. Do 'we not commencements at i : .'" ... I > ,' '.' : _>,, 1 ': .
I II owe something -
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citizens .
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_-- -__ __ ___' --; parents and friends of the ',student ,, '>% 'J \;.\ _-: .. SOLEAGENTSVPHIFER .' .{ .

body? Most ,important of all '
is
the
t i LARGE DISPLAY. .,ON FALL AND ,WiNt t fact that within a comparatively few 't' : BROS. DEPT.. STORE'j;

years the auditorium will v, .
take
i i .I: ; TER GOODS fJ care of even our own student not body. S : Gainesville, Florida .;:.

f We admit that a relatively small :

a Large assortment kinds'of colors and auditorium would suffice'at present.. : -
j pure wool. f '
t Our prices [We believe, however, that the
) are very_low; We make any styles guaranteed plans
I to fit t for the completed building should include I
you. -
Special
l offer of 5.per cent discount to University
an auditorium which
I when
com-
students. So drop in and let us show ,
t you our line. pleted, should seat four or five thous

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WE STUDIO
GUARANTEE TO FIT YOU I! present. The: main floor could be *

ti built and the rear partitioned
; ) off into
NICK.DAMATO, temporary offices. .
d" { When more room NORTH: SIDE SQUARE-OVER,MILLERS

Cleaning ,was needed the partition could be removed --.A'
Pressing, Repairing I ; later a balcony'could be built


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acres of tale land
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0 17-P. B. McMuBen that is that farming pomt. Jr.I Plant City, Fla.,:is Mining,Superintendent 90 R. Vise do Rio Brancho Sao Paulo, sity Va. Studying medicine at University

ALUMM NOTES near 0ea1a..c.J Coronet Phosphate Co. Brazil. Civil Engineer. of Virginia

*., !*. \. ..-.......,'.-:....:. ;"",...:i.ffe i. la.. :"-..;...6.WfU. .. "! S. 1915-17-Husn.W. Wicker is LSd&m. John Walker, L. L. B., Uarianna Peacock. Samuel Qaranee, L. L.
0 'i ,;; ',''' / ;\ J1 connected with the t., Eta Tampa, Fla.Attorney '
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: cge11au. ) vsdY1r' .:,.r. i 1-'&'. *
c, f.t"i iij-- : here they had J 1 Revenue Address 1855 Archstreet .MoA ur.- Gertrude, .A. M. Fir: pipe, Chas. Edward, D. S. A. E..

*"Si "Wil1iaM8 iniaf orta e tojjloqe an ::Infant "'t>tie: Little tBoek, Ark, _{ Brewster, Fla. :Principal of schools.McKayR Ithica, N. Y. Graduate Student. Cornell -
grower daughter '
prominent orange F. S. .'I6-Van K
Arthur Storms Elizabeth Univmity.:1'
.. Fritz..is is ae A. B.;
Mr "El1 P1*"* of Fhifc teaching in Wetumka, now locatedat Zephyrhttls R...Sanford fi : d--.L.--L. j
Fla.
Okie., again this I1 -Guinan'Edw'ard; ;j Botsfo; B.,_., ..
|pa, ta the spring of 1921. year. :F. S. '17-Geo. C. Oberholtier is !! McKey, gf&ace A'&eander, B.. S. Miami, Fla; With legar'-depL- of Miami -f !J. .-

,__ Joseph B. Loekey, care the Growers'-Paul H Collins proprietor of City Milk & Dairy Inspector. Jacksonville C. E., Nod ;"Sta. Civil- z gin er- Metropolis.;*. .; ,. ',\:
College, Nashville, Term., Supply Co., Lakeland-, Fla. ing work with Seaboard R R. Savage, Chas -Augustus-.. L. L. .

I applaud the alumni activi- Fla., is building up a nice business F. S. '17-Olive Ferguson Marstonis Madison, William McKee, L. L. B., B. Orlando, Fla. Attorney. a
at the progress of the 17-Ira HeAlpin, who was princi- Jacksonville Fla.
rejoice commanding officer Batery "A," Attorney. Swanson, Frank Marion, B. S. C.
't) of Florida. pal of schools at JWnniak' Springs, 22nd F. A., U. S. A., and his address Mahonye, William Henry, B. S. A., E. 14)), C. E. Anderson, S. C. Road

_jot Hartman L. Butler of is studying law at..the University. this is Box 171, Gatun Canal .Zone. East Tennessee. Selling Bibles. construction. t

_, Corregidor Island, P. I., has year F. S. 191720Benj. E. Archer .Matlack, Marion Brooks, B. S., Tan. Bo Len B. S. A., Hhvaiia. i

visited China and is now 18-Geo. Raney Bailey of New was married to Iva Marjorie Leach Washington" D. C. Scientific work, Van Camp, Roy K. (CB. S. C. E. '16)

Ft. Mill, where he com- York City, was married to Miss Mar- Tuesday, September 6, 1921.:At home Bureau of' Standards. C. E., Box 421: Atlanta, Ga. Civil .

i Battalion of Artillery and a gone Cannon Oct. 12, 1921. HU address after October 1, 195 West Ave., _Mellor::, Frederick' Harvey, L. L. B., Engineer with E. V. Camp, Consulting

[seacoast guns. He was cited.vSeacy is 116 Riverside' Drive. Georgeis Bridgeport, Conn. Ft. Myers, Fla. Attorney with R. A. Engineer.

June 27th and has been in the commission business. On_June 16, 121, Tully Hoyt carl; Henderson, 14. Vining, Edward Clyde L. L. B., Miami -
B ended for promotion to Lieut- 18-Albert Myers Musser is as- ton married Miss Bertha Elizabeth Merchant, Harry McCreary, B. S., Attorney.

L .. sistant Horticulturist South. Carolina Fowler. Carlton will finish up ,at the College Park. Md. Studying Medicine Watkins, Joseph Meilson, B. S. C.E.

T. Paul Brown, D. D. S., is sow Agricultural Experiment Station, University next year; at University of Maryland. Arcadia, Fla. Civil Engineering work

g in Atlanta, Ga. Clemson College, S.,_C._ Moorehead, James R., B. S. C. E., with Kimmell & Cranen.
W. McMullen is now prln- 18-Francis Rees Edwards received + + + + 0 + + t. + Titusville, Fla. Civil engineering Weedon, Frederick Renfrae, B. S.,
t.' the Clearwater schools. his M. S. degree from Ohio State + + I with Cooper & Smith Engineering Co. Gainesville. Fla. Teaching Fellow in

University June 14th (animal husbandry CLASS OF 1921 + Nichols, Cecile Howard, B. S. A. E., English and French, U. of F.
H. D. Waugh, chemist, 30 S.St ) and is now back at 417 W. 0 ,Green Cove Springs, Fla. Teaching Wells, Williams Green, B. ,S. A.

Atlanta, Ga., writes, "Glad Ashley Street, Jacksonville, Fla. + + + + + + + + + 'agriculture in Smith-Hughes vocational Gainesville, Fla. Assistant to Plant
that you sang 'Florida, my I '18Wm. Lacy Mahon (Lawyer) of : high school. Pathologist, Fla. Agri. Experiment

i,' as my father wrote thatL Jacksonville, married Mrs. Lucille The following gives our latest infor- : Norton, Oscar Harris, L. L. B. Citrus Station.

I I Beauchamp June 16, 1921, at high mation concerning the graduates of I Exchange Bldg., Tampa, Fla. Attorney Williams, Leslie Dodd, B. S. A.,

Heimberger is Horticultur- 'noon. 1921, both June and August: [, Woodrow, Fla. Citrus grove development -

the Lakeland Highlands Cor- 19-A. B. Crosby is with theSoU'nl Adams, Alto Lee. L. L. B., DeFuni- Otto, Thos. Osgood, B. S., Univer work.

Lakeland Fla. rn Utilities Co. at Ft. Myers. ak.Springs, Fla., Attorney at Law.

Dr. Eugene G. Peek, Ocala, I 19-Chas. M. Johnson announces l eeson, Edward Lee, A. M. E., Sarasota -

a member of the State Medi- the arrival of Chas..M. Junior, 71021. Fla. Principal of Schools' l .. -
Bishop, Albert Kent, B. S. A;-, ...' vI.
rd of Examiners.W Weight 9 1.2 pounds. Miami, Flor- ; ...
.* Berkley, Cal., studying landscaj I;
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A. McMullen is farming I I.- .
'20-Byron E. Bushnell. U. S. gardening, University of California. I

ATgO. Engineering Office, Wheeling, W. Va., Bratley, Homer _Eells, B. S. A. E.. t THE MARTHA WASHINGTON I.

17-20-Harry Louis Thompsonst is in charge of the drafting 'depart Wauchula, Fla., teaching agriculturein I \ I II

L graduate student in law at ment and designing, Wheeling DistrktOffice Smith-Hughes. vocational high 1 { 606 Franklin Street t .

Ohio River Locks and Drains. school. I .,.
-)(. A. McMullen of Clearwater '20-Dewey A. Dye, of Bradentown, Carpenter, Archer Eugene, A. B., TAMPA, FLORIDA I ,
of the Sixth Gainesville Fla. Law student U. of t .
en appointed Judge who, was in. business with Chas. T. I.
il Circuit, succeeding O. K. Curry, '96, deceased, has purchasedhis F. i-
s. Cason, Shafter Woodford, B. S. E., iI 'r t I'I .
businessin
library and is continuing I The South's finest Candy and Confectionery Store carries :
Okeechobee Fla. Principal of high
-Geo. Palmer Garrett, of Kis- the old stand. ,
school. a full line of Martha Washington Candies. Guaranteed f ft
married Rosalie ToomerJ. << '20-M. H. Jones, Clearwater, Fla., t : ,
I is practicing law with Judge John U. Cates, William-- Haywod- B. S., always fresh, $1.25 per pound. '-' t t
__ __ Chiefland.. Fla. Teaching. t, ,
-- M. McCaskill (Lawyer) of Bird in the firm of Bird & Jones.
Christiance De Forest Lewis, Jr., t tI
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i, married Ruth Lawrence ofpuntaine '20-John P. Little is back on the I '
B. S. A. Miami, Fla. With W. & T. \
the En-
in
Ohio. April 13, 1920. campus as an instructor I Iit
Fertilizer Co.
-Capt Wm. H. Crom of the Air gineering College.
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'20 J. D. Rosenthal, B. S. C. E., is Coxe, Curtis Carlisle, A. B., Merid t ;
.ce, U. S. A., is now in Washingc. --
'Miss. in high school
ian Teaching
River. Apple Grove, t tf
c., care Adjutant General's at Dam 23, Ohio and coaching athletics. t
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Ohio.'20-Herman Vanroy Stapleton is Donaldson, Malcolm Gilbert, A. B. f SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO MAIL ORDERS.Kollege I"iI.
-Thomas Pitts Pruitt, Munici- Real Estate & Insur- E., Panama City, principal of schools. .
Ikes IftI
I iiidge and Lawyer m Hickory, N. with Foue Ala. Driggers, Roy Ludford, B. S. A. E., I I. ft ftt
of Birmingham,
rites, "If any of the old fellows ance Co., I Grensboro, Fla. Teaching agricul- ,
R. Tribble, Cocoa, Fla.,
20 Henry t
-to the North Carolina moun- Demonstration Agentin ture in Smith-Hughes vocational high I V.

, come by Hickory, the best town is now County school. a.'r- - -

rth. A wide open welcome..* '2O-Leo Brevard Co.Hughes Wilson married Edrehi, Joseph Montrose, L. L. '''B., ,

-John R. Springer, Box 553, Or- June 14, 1921. Pensacola, Fla. Attorney at Law.
Perry
. Fla., is Assistant Nursery In- Maude'20 Owen Edgar Williams (law- Ford, Herbert Giddens, B. S. Ch. E.,
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ar for the State Plant Board in ) of Bartow, married Miss Willie Oxford, England, Rhodes Scholar. ................. ............+ca

District. yer McCarrol of Gainesville, June 14, Franklin, James Alfred, L L. B..
-Fred H. Steele is with the Jacksonville, Fla. Atorney at Law.

and Oil Company, Locony Hong 1921. Former Students Friedlander, Herbert :Milton, B. S.,

, China. Buck Lanier, married I Ocala, Fla. Teaching science in high
F. S. 1909-10, ,,
-Chester M. Wiggins, Bartow, Miss Lelia Terry of Orlando, Florida, school. ":,'}: ",, '
'!a. is Mayor and City Attorneyrtow. June 22nd and they will male;; their Gill, Burgo Doyle, B. S., Palo Alto, --a; 5$ '
Cal. Studying mining engineering in 1
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Texas.F.
home in El Paso, _
Stanford University.Gunn .
-Jay Love Hearin S. '97Major Bloxham Ward Leland !"'
the enter-
Rawles B. S. A. Plant ;
June ,
the
? tobacco merchant of Quincy, Commandant of the U. of F. for Kut
in
at City, Fla. Teaching Agriculture
en doing things for the old U. past two years was stationed
Vocational High
He reports that "Florida gets Camp Niagara. N. Y. during the Smith-Hughes

graduate from this High School summer. At his own request he was School. Klothes
Gunn B. S. A. ;
relieved at the University and returned Hamilton, Henry -

ear.Dr.. E. B. Helm is practicing to the regular army. He is now E., Gainesville, Fla. Teaching fellow
Florida.
Columbus, Ga. in Agronomy, University of SEE OUR SELECTION DISPLAYEDin
ne in Cleveland, Ohio. Address at Camp Bending, I
I L. L. B.,
recently discovered I Hardee, Charles Jay, I
JQlevard Ave. Major Ward is a I
-Sam R. Ward, Camp Jackson, member, having attended S. F. M. A. Tampa, Fla. Attorney at Law. our window. Guaranteeing you workmanship and dura-
William B. S. C. '
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George
has been promoted to Captain. at Bartow with Barney Colson and Hartman, Fla. Baseball during bility. We can save you from $8 to $10 on each'Suit. Prices
E. Pensacola, (
lane to stay in the Army. Major Butler. ranging from
-Culin D. Gunn, Gainesville, F.. S. '12-James Beatty Griffith is summer. Present occupation un-

larried Irene Luella Randall of practicing medicine in Washington, known). $25.00 to $40.00
Hubbard McCoy, B. S. E. E.
> City, 62121.Ask any U.. of P. C. .
Hubble Julia Bee A. B. E., Nashville -
backto ,
is
::1 in Bartow.C. F. S. 13 Ford L. Prescott

- I. Hollingsworth resigned the old U. of F. to complete his Tenn. Graduate student in c _

for of Ft. Meade to accept then course in engineering. Ford has been Peabody College. .
Van Ellis B. S. C. E. Miami,
American La France Huff ,
of in the
principal of the Arcadia Designer
> to succeed Thos. C. Frye, '19, Fire Engine Co.,.of Elmira, N. Y., fora Fla. Civil Engineer. BUSY BAZAAR
Johnson, Clifton Drew, A. B., Cler- i-
oes to Cincinnati. number ofyears.
-Yick K. Wong is now at Mid- F S.1911-'13-T. E. Price (Tubby) mont, Lake Co., Fla. Principal of 113-115 WEST UNIVERSITY AVENUE :

)regon, where he is agent for ] is municipal judge of Miami, and they schools. .
waiian Fertilizer Co., and also J I say he is a good one, too. He also Knight, Daniel Burnett, B. S. E. E.

er of Sing Kee's farm. He re- pitches air tight baseball for Miami.F. Second Lieut., U. S. A. i................................

,hat Sing Kee has about_ 300-] S. 1915-Wm. Harrison Taylor, Leite, Jose de Sampaio, B. S. -0. E. ,

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t 'p r 4 nit I i ~ --/ ~ t'. ii lzORI iil r t k 11% ye:. N.r 'UTORS SMOTHER COLLEGE OF LAW TO ROLLINS 3310O 0 BOLt MOOT COURT E. KtCHEM. SOCIETY NEW DIRECTORY ELECTS OFFICERS PRES ii ,,GAN NN. GAVE Iinvy Oranlce and B lue Pigskinner" I'rtvt 1nn AIuch fur Light Rollins Team. ~0 I I I of I tit '1~ h F ar I un 1i be t i san d1onorai:y t hem:-u1e1 I )ree Iry u'iu I" '.It Oh, K -"II \ddrejsttessg woperiOd :xu xssly but ut t:a tri qUai :L up and f> gtoredJ is pont Tne Ruilmt .:rongCr than ;\ Especially or 0 e muach opposiitl' a we final period tt got beyond the n I Florida regitms *t the end of is kicked to a Lake punt around end irns but the> Flonida int. en a fumble Newtosi made fEcaley duplica NartGn failed carried the ball an end run A ten yards but F two plays. N plvd careti A aF a t Sa'. ml I>I.d find nl.: unt> t-rfer'nly xtort. tth.fir-: the fir-t quarte'. Beadles Newton and Carltoi took \ twttr. jiiunttd tO couid nth gamt w and fly' tnght e on ted on to ge to the Lforw lorida ewton -or. P 1t ra I tten Ridthru the lost five yards ted to Ren row. a fake punt and a straight play. ,n but Beasley 20-yard line on ard pass netted lost on the next faked a punt :fld a Iorward, g petted ten yards, fifing the baR on the, 5 yard lineCarlton bucked the .mt for a yard and N'ewtor ear, wd it over on the Mext play Floria faded to kick goal During the remainder of the permd The ball tayd m; R~mn> territory te quarti I r .fu i Ut Un the goal r e R 21 rn.' rmed safetya iwwihm h ra Iin the se r : .I ~ t, t e of the Quatr Fhr -, oT rretta pa-: t w Strikdng dt-' 'iof Io ruim appr-.th Florida kulk failed to g'n tried a forwva, ball on Rolbnfailed to gain tWpped bali ball fell short a :'r.a f & s rd I.te 8. ft rc trues. foa drop ki a nd was put inr a; I. :ut -4 ii in F: trd put Fh orUa do n the >rila Newton ek. The play art ,' -T lK4~--B V \-\ L V -t ii -4 frou rt:Coh, rb:t Be l Newton, 1. Rtolhn-.Wright. apt.>I re, lie', r; Sikby. H, rg; Ward, S by, Harry .Jg: Render It; Wolf o Boyle, q: Dowv, u-h; Te, re. lh: Thorn as. ft hubjt j ons-F<,r dz, Merrm f ,Newton, Robimsor Lv Vrt0 ne hon-sfn Perry, Thomafi Swan Sr Burnett for Duncan, A ndersia for Bo>eat'y Pi-nert y ft, An de rs Gunr fI Nths }' Ti1.trt ML [ZnARCADIA LAYERS DEFEAT FLORIDA Catt'rs Riffled hi Spectdcular Plays and Air Attack Lose to Stars. wV nt liv n t' t he Car-!sirm after One -'er a '-i ida.rn Oon of th se-n 'tory C Th0 atplay a t' FIlo h-fiat :t avmitors av'.' am here by a 5.-re of 19 fastest games of here, the Aviators ,ver the University form and passing 'Gatershar s ,f Tu at H o .In f opthad ran u~p of Fik" and deI i 1' .b t rv '.1< } C, I Is K, -'t 1~' I 1-~ 'I it t st~~tV ii 4 ,eflar m,tt .4 thin tZr' it m i ve I to ex;pIin -Omelthig of the ains and ideaLs of thi(< IeUy Tb1 EK (hemital Sor ety nan'ed f ifnI J) sysI( -chemicaI >Vmeu, ftr hnetv i'rrg> at' honir fratndmt Op, I I all .tudi'ntif a'1 anlii t'm~ti y whi OCnmt up to th< It i('t of th i.dt.t if ny th ct, w its i th anirtm hig ar (Ccntintted on page f.,ur RFst I XX ~ 4 It A i-I \I/r.t~ I-' .r "1v 4 i's I-,obo Be he -'ty. -mb Ld Ag If It' it b\ bi \ a 4\tu n bIA afryird nlat Ion ant A rather spec ture of the a SI -~ a' fi aturn u' 'be a I, building E-id,1 e Gre -m student' thern v. a irntti aI' the cities miI .bo da bitin g d.ent'. U thi Ir vef anj g the names of the studentt, from, tiu Ii iTh 'n'iinal ,umtn hth by charged to' the directors lo put it out cf ih. ri-'; i at-> mna?.s anti Rat p%'tiket book a, wmI1 he a-. 1, -f a, crezi' salu4 in *, I heiH. io t s er a tnt t F. it ~~'l I'K -ha qi U *0,! 't F> A of t it'>i iv phe of '. -i] 'ii I; St I 'I'' -hr rin a aO( &I,ar,\. peorsorN; VwrI o~4 t4 i ii. make bI .'n ar. wVa -MC N I s% 'i %IHY Art4nt~ I A 'I PC ~ fin>, -rib' + 'I 02 I-,Li)rep Th < I ief -' rNo rnt ~ a-I lht ItiS I d, that w-e and I x thec nub If th anliag Cr''o.r Pogere our heartfelt 'vyminatht a'd brAtheriv consltOionm the, bhi FOR ENGINEERS 7 he ("'ilege of Enginerin2 IHa ('"ripleted ils la a for statt' Fair. The Engr.'., a, -h. il; i at 'I-I'. n fT 't + + + + + + + -4 4. + +4~ + 'I., t I'i4* ii + + Ii T ew i'r of Pi.f ~ Trey xxili hi lrawv Ii I+ .9. .trit it k.4.b 'I r 0f V. n ia '"8I' if I aim -I r 'iI i' P. -i. & Th I V I r FOR TH!E STUDENTh 2j~. I ~ ~ I 4 2!a ii r. I-o I t F 'S I 4a u i n -el "u n h o n g

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TEE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR PACE cU K. L. Hanson and Oszy Die, Editor. 4 RATES: moo.0 per morntb. S&&O pm r 4Cc per nie&l Dmae, 1:15. 5uppe, 6:00. ********QQ Q Rat Gat, an aspirant of the I.-a prfSaSOio Dow attending the law school, made a motion at the Fresh. man Class meeting last week t0 run all offieers elected and .11 commutes .olaited through the belt line. The mnetlan was carried, and he was promptly made a committee of oce to ace that said motion was duly caried ut. Charlie Wiluky, while serving time in the infirmary tow the past thirty days, earned the unique distinction of being called the dean of that inetitutica. His classes consiated of various courses in S E P, Red Book, Paul, ixon ad"Chick Chlig worth proved to be his most adept pupils. Among those taking a week-end trip to Jacksonville last Friday were: Herbert Dunk, Forrest Skinner, Pete Harris, and Fred Lorraine. They all report a most enjoyable time. Tb. contenders in volley ball are seem daily about meal time between the two dormitories having a battle royal for a few minutes. Looks as if We Were going to have a real team this year. fij weekends in succession. -,otie Perry has been off on two football trip5 and left them alone, but they had better look out. "Tootle" hasn't got anything to do next Sunday. The apples served in mess hail are .sed snore as baseballs than as food. If you don't believe it, look in front of Thomas ball every day after dinner. Hawkshaw is evidently the biggest ladies man in school. Whenever a pretty girl happens to motor through the campus all the fellows yell for him. We 'ant to know the reason for it. It must he terrible to want to be in love and then be too bashfull to make udvanoe4: Bill Ward spends many dreary hours at home brooding over hia would be love affairs, and wishing that some sweet Young thing would come along and help him to overcorn. hi, lonnsoieness. The Y. IL. C. A. is again coming to th, front and attracting attention. Just recently they have placed a newly painted sign out for the benefit of those who don't seem to know then is a "Y" on the campus. There is a young man named West, Who went to see the girl he loved best, So hard did he press her To make her say yes Sir, That he broke three cigars in his vest. GAGS Stude--Is it possible secret in you ? Friend-Certainly. I will Stude-Well then, I have Friend--Don't worry. It I had heard nothing. -Michigan to confide a be Is pressas if Gargoyle A discussion was being carried on by a number of young men as to the traits that were peculiar to the students in the Universities of Florida Georgia and Alabama. One mrn said that he was acquainted with students from all three colleges and that he could distinguish them by the way they offered to light another man's cigarette. "A Florida boy," he said, "will offer a light and then light his. An Alabama boy will light hib and then offer a light, while a Georgia boy will light his and then throw the match away-. Fresh-] have a diver in mfy finger. Soph-Been scratching your head? There was once a maiden of Siam Who said to her lover named Siam: If you kiss met of course, You'll have to use forct. But goodness knows you are Stronger than I am. FORUM + The Alligator will be glad to print anything in behalf of the Unnersity RAM S B OA R DI N I EY'S G H OU SE OPPOSiTE BUCKEAIN Good Eats Plus Good Fellowship III of Florida if signed In good faith by the copy the v'ill e The The author. The letter below is a of the original that was snat to sporting editor of the Jaeksor-Times Union. Monday, Sporting Editor', Fla. Times Union', Oct. 10, 1921 City, Dear Mr. Editor: If you will pardon seconds, I'd like to call to something that bas overlooked. me for a few your attention evidently been I am enclosing a clipping from the Tampa Sunday Tribune of yesterday giving an account of the Univ. of Fla. game with Rollins onl Saturday. Now get a copy of your own write up of the game (which was about an inch square and merely mentioned the fact that they had played and won by 33 points) and the High School game and other northern games were written up in big letters all over the page. Compare them. I'm not trying to criticize your paper but I think, as mentioned above, that this University over at Gainesville has been overlooked here in Jacksonville. Instead of featuring our own university, the very best football team in the state, and what is looked on the outside world as the State of Florida itself, you feature Duval High School and some of the WHEN IN JACKSONVILLE Accos2,datIt~A, out of the state games. I am not a Univ. of Fla. man, but I am a university man that has come down here to live and while I am here I'm for the state I'm living in. A city as large as Jacksonville ought to co-operate with them and let the people of this city know what they are doing over there and whenever they win a game tell them about it and bocet the team. They have played two games so far and won both of them. Of course they were swaMl teams, but they have such games as Mississippi, Tenness and South Caro-. lina on their scheduule and they mean scnmething to this state. Florida has the prospects of the best team in its history this year and stands a darn good chance of winning all these games. Why not stand behind thenm a.nd help them along? The Times-I Union and the Metropolis can do a lot to help the season be a big sueces, and next year the people here will be howling for a game and the prep school stars we turn out here will want to go there to school. It might not be your fault about the write-up yesterday, but if Tampa can get one like they had, the TimesUnion ought to be able to, and there's something wrong somewhere. I come in contact with about as many people in this town and down in the state as any other fellow I know of, and practically all of them agree worth what I have said. A good football team is the best advertisement in the1 world for a school and a state. Georgia Tech, is a good example. FootbLII has made Tech. one of the most famous schools in the country, and who put that class of football there but Atlanta with her newspapers and business men. Pick up a Kentucky paper any time you want to, any ofI them, and on the sport sheet you will find Centre College and the glory of her football players written all over it and the results of her games in bir letter' On th. irn nno Tom or three good otes. As I said before, it may not be your fault, but let's 1fnd out where the trouble is and get together and make a little "fuss." We've got a wonderful team this year and let's boost 'em and make this a 100 per cent University of Florida town. You will find a whole flock of Florida men and men from other schools here who will fall right in won't be long bet will be, too; so we are we.h th Gainesville from behind you and it ore the whole town let's let 'em know em over there *t tart to finish. C. EI ------*0* See fVidaI Drug Company$ FrDrugs, Stationers, Toilet $FrArticles,Cade ISou',enir Cards Waterman Pens e a e -e e --e-ee I W. S. DORSEY & CO.1 $Everything in Groceries IFor Goodness Sake Drink DORSEY'S DELIGHT COFFEE~ sa m-S H 0 E S H 0 E B. M. TENCH Gainesville, Florida H 0 E S H 0 E S LYRIC THEATER, Inc. Monday3 Wallate Reid In I"ALWAYS AUDACIOUS' --,

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PAGE to buckle down with it the the deans of colleges has made it Norman states that d 1920 the total eDNolterm of 1921 amounted School which I which 25 are represtudents vocational Normal Training an enrollment of 819 of the previous an enrollment during 1819 students, to 141. the 4920-21 have Last but not least comes including ing the 1921 summer with an enrolla total of those attendwith orgai.you will Directly Make the "Y" Probably you enjoy er or other games. await you. The secretar is a good sport, too. your tArst Opportunity. able t0help you if h meet The telepleasreading the. always Learn to I 4 4 C' 4 4 '4 4 4 4 i your room,1 rockers that y, Mr. WhiteI Meet him at He may be knows your 4 4 4 4 --WV W WWWflWrr V r w ~ w 7WWWWWWWWWW Only what you gct and comfort. style stays. of profit from it Only the way And only isdemanded what by in serviee in which margin the who sells the suit. Our buying splendid satisfied connections vol ume with a combine small and< to make margin us and we can give you (as Low as it's Safe to Go) $65 (As High as Necesaary) The new AND SHOES appearance you to compare satiaf atI. quality, in all others. fall models have made thei! and we cordially them, tailoring-with Such in style, any a comparison STATISTICS period have -assed, decreased of the Univercarrying The College Ia .number had of Arts and Sciences Smsrked this auspicious event, thM entire student body ;is beterm of 226. This year they 265 of which students. lie with aned. A hasty number to thetaSk consultswime of the graduate setool 157 are nient of three, completing the some rather possible important as -jw~resting statistics in reto the men and being offered school. the coun: through LEARN Why not get ha these uring "X" OF THE ", nemert of the "Y"? zation This did not exceed 743. better acquainted is a student it. in find and you Plenty On nmmer Band, the number enrolled should be interested the for of stationery at your disposal there. s than a thousand yng the after meals 'write that letter. your convenience. Is an extra good time to students, students. enjoyed phones are to 15 for the at all hours there. I. I Ice water can be ure. turn now has increased that mam1920be used at t34, an increase of jmndred percent in your the daily newspapers or the popular mnagthan short azifles. be secured play the In addition to this of one year. nuber of rited to only increased to 67 Godd literature can at the College students which 42 for of man last year Edison or get into the check. If is are. hard drop students. a grand compared with you should These figures total 9f 1,092 Heaps of fun they get tired of the straight chairs in in and sample the invite in and will I 11'I I" it 44 -Sn 11 F.1~ V tn 411 44

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a---w Wr aa Green .-.-.--.-.---E tor-in-Gtid Pan0 arr .l.-.--.-----.---M anaging Editor uMl .r ..Assistant Editor turay Cohen.-.Athletic Editons Prawkmh West, Hamrld KLock, Murray Cobe.Beporters K. K. Barnum Ed. Woodberry, Parmenter, Ocsy Die, H. E. Knight aSd 3. W. Bay ..-.----.---.-.-. ..Omributors BuaUaNsS DEPARTMENT AMeek White ..-.-. Business Maae Nosses Wilson.-.---.Assistant Business Manager mEnrd as second-class matter, Septemker 28, 1912, at the postofhece at Gahnmsvilhe, Ft., under the Act of Ma web 3d, 1879. Place .11 communlcations and unw Items in boxes designated to? that Uate:-The Florida Alligator, $1.50 the year. contains notes aid organized Association. by the officers Formerly of the thesh notes by the Association, but ained by incorporating continue as a separate are doing In view of the size of the issue this week it may be also of interest to know something of the progress made by the official publication of the University of Florida. Three or four years ago it was a snail four page paper with a circulation of only two or three hundred copies per week. At that time the number of students at the university was about four or five hundred, and as there were many who did not subscribe the circulation was comparatively low. Since then it has passed thrn the successive stages of six and eight page editions and now, in this issue it has taken on a still better air with pages to its credit. shi bit. The engineers nkiltm I. under the charge of Perkins. Thomas an They are also to the with the asaitacq B1-ack and student exhibit for Tes experiment' of Dr. L~ee, Prof.' in displaying an, Chemical Engineers showing the magic in chemistry. the moat important decision made during the last wek with reference the era] to the exposition was for Engineering College and the GenExenin fliison to puchs a wireless telephone will be possible for Band to give a consert over which It the University I by wireless the patrons of the fair in the U' aity building every evening in of depending on Weiughoasi some one els4 ger of seriot distance which settled weat less will not equipment b few wireless it will serve advertising, University operators T ibility of only bho I body real wil th ima izes eraters are n able weathe ver Sit y opera to niverstead eor efor this work with danas interuptton because of ch might result froi tflher conditions. A we only be a wonderful at a5 there are only telephones in the South, as a great medium of since it will enable the o talk to all amateur thin our area. The posewireless telephone can gined when the student that the University op-I ow working under favorrconditions. The Uniators have been able to,: hear the announcements concerning the East World's Pittsburg. Series at Westinghouse, It is expected that; the wireless demonstration At the present time the number of people which The Alligator races snows an increase per cent tract thousands versity of people to building where they will at-: the Uni-, can set their watches an get copy reports wireless and about 10:30 will be able ing's news. if they remain by until; the University operator| to give the next SOCIETY ELECTS greater number of people than ever before, and 'this, in lete sense of its worth, as re)f the State, will be implantedi (Continued loul gtrowth morn. OFFICERS from Page One) of the old Flint Chemical Society, which Caine into being during the 101d1 infancy of the University. Flint Chemical lapsed during The the THE HART SCHAFFNER & MAfl New colorigs, new Fashion Ideas, new Fabrics. Prices tr those Fall, 1920. I I Shoes--built for College men--ask for catalogs, i TAMPA, FLORIDA a ***** ***M standing. advanced chemistry chemistry. It is open to men taking chemistry, that is, subject except first The purposes ciety are three-told: age a more thorough first, any year of the soto enceOUrtype of scholarship; second, to recognize such scholarship, and, third, to provide a mediurn for social diversion and scientific discussion. amply realiz undoubtedly These purposes, ed in the past, and continue to do so. Although at present its mem is small its prospects are exce bright. As 'been added one professor has to the staff of the ment and prospects are good curmng an entire building try, the number for < bership '' edingly already II depart-jc for se a hemis it has fllanftime. session This young n'an wa /< of the property and entered the U. of F mer of 1921 he bought mobile and under thit In the a new Lin went to Asheville, N and spent the summer, ,dunng Wfle time he took a correspondence con, in the Extension The Din ison of thw U young men to take part r vi it will trial are brilliant College of students e and thereby the membership Ek. society will, without crease immensely or two. in the Even now the considering applying from a national dhe of the doubt, innext year society is for a charter sical honor fralights of the L4. and this feature alone tand out for he outcome miportance to the the U. of F. at the far Qf the trial Is of University anj :a ounsel for defense will no doubt mak. name for himself against the rtator Hall counsel for plaintiff. +. 4 Mr. J. E. Wood, distreit Ager for bIpgge bacco Company will be nrenent ma,4 tt & Myers To+ s in town and 4 at the Football ,the 15th. Mr. butt Chestnrfield to thos, attnd4 MEET ME -I aaaa -F s

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Meth+4 STAFF IS NOW COMPLETE 1922 C emino'e is tmnerts an-1 of the folJeacle. h Perkins, Ce Bunil. p -I ~ 0 00 0-0 -O sCI in a9 when 9 ~Phonographs and Records L[atet Sheet Music. String Instruments and Suppliea GAINESVILLE PLANING AND COFFIN Co. Flooring, Ceiling, Siding, Finish. Complete House Bills. Daily Capacity 25,000 Feet. Gainesville, Fla. is Is 4 4 4. 44 Calendar SaturdaY afternoon 0 Dance--At saturday evening,. An enjoyable October Home. Oct. 15th15thElks' Club. Auspices social affair of the as a dance given by Fraternity fraternity The guests began wyto the place 9-j0 and dancing was bkt hour. The latest edefred by dance to in their up wend of merriment enjoyed selections the University it camne tune to had spent a felt assured they foi eveflifg. Last Saturday afternoo AlpbAs were lwsts with their attractive on West University Dr. Enwalf ,. tabhingr Cla~s. Come and hear _____.I I-i VA ~ CS 4. rlltor 4 4. One of the dances of the last Saturday Club promoted iPT DANCE Sno means least. liveliest and peppiest season was that given evening at the Elks' by Messrs. Music for the occasion was ed by Rob Swan and the tipping Was their about until a La dance were Frat )rchesField ive sll A delightenjoyed Albert renderson's Syncopatec of the light fani until the midnight DANCE st Monday e evening was given by the Theate ernity in honor of the Football team. fine program furnished Orchestras ping delicious n the Kappa Thos a pop dance ing's I fraternity guests. by Car l d five tastic hoar. :htful strom of dance music was one of the University and throughout the punch was served. e participating Itstivitles were the local society and a few out-of-town in the eveneven the honored contingent, visitors. +4+ ,,,,,,+ 4 NOTICE 1'iease go TO SENIORS to Mfarable'%, Studio + before Friday, October 21st ,and 4 have pictures + flowe. 4. SEMINOLE The staff of the now complete niounced. and appoint It is comprised lowing men: Editor in chief--Walliam Associate E. editors-Raip L Yarnoff. Managing Associate Lenard Todd. Business jng. Ad field. Cir Se Roy editor--Mauri Editors -.Jack made fur the Sem+ wear Th ey the to win vs. wear and teari Walsh,' [vidual Manager--Willham p!CtUreS Field'probation It %UII of every' "Rat" especially Lve r tis in g emulation cretaryV Manager-James Manager--Bob to the editorial nierit the "Gator." wilH be pleased Winhave his physiognonmy Little. boardHoskims. Art editor--Frank Heitzrnar'. Associate T. Etheridge. editors--Bob Ha r r s. comparative his affinity p0 itlIon, fran tic aly pages Searclmfg co anten anrce, .marked. One of J. staff !s student's the placed so that scrutnizes the for his adorable the CONTRAST priary aims of to have the annual hands a reasonable the In every ramn be* L Iililver Jan" linK i~LttL tile fl~ O'4 --l~ ----S 4 4 socaw tri. Wben at grvefl home Baraca odist the have 4 4 4 4. 4 4 4 *1 e

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SIX ---_ _ ..------r-.eea~ You all have heard Thou sa rds of speech Cs ICoikgt spirit. etc. ---I I, I e I I I I But Ill Sa v that the nulnter Of vu xwho are guilty poe9sml Sjmit added up and MIultipbed by three would Still be three because actions hud{Er than wordN Aid I know of three men amit got nothing E se hut College spirit In au mnuch as they were >ee tn go about doing GJQJ' t-xemnpl'fied last Sunda-y night when eAer' Meet them Lac Os, Cards. there Candie-, A eOOO ersity Students and \ wraliona! e e1(4r. Mott Drimk I1U>To Stutuflvry 8fn' I S -a a a a a a aaeaaae -a A I oot mnan was visited and F Adked if there was a sorr IN STOCK S 1o' that they Puhbbmg \Who patronize Dining Room have the -at(J' fl him. H n an fighv, could be I rrean I I I for Alteration Phone 354 Pressin Florida isfact ion of knowing they will enjoy the finest serxme and 9 A 'i ~tl k ~ hi te n most delicious For reservations ties, banquets, conferences, food obtajinble. andU arran~gemn t s 1reteptjots, please Table ciHole C UPern IL f balls, weddings. Meals, ditnneri $1.00. parV t ~ fmng JUMP RII)~ (r tratermi: see the M1anager. F, NI. I 4* I to H -2 r b .e t -c kne *GAINESVILLE FURNITURE COMPANY* Vetoa and Records.Tables may be resI-n et for any regtuiar nea. TI:0 plume 95. I:h~ b.ak I -~ -a I I' n A BuskGAINESVILLE'S SOCIAL CENTER ) IX, I I I I ---aaaaeeeane. -zara?~Lr.azL2.a.~ IBroken IefnSes duplk~ ateji aU I non we In -u~d \V>.1 .Ii (fe hour 'vi R d's as na a n s nsasns m 2V WO.AMERICAN SHOE REPAIR COMPANY ulof thmia-monevyN HNEPRO fhangedl to pirate> Louis Eliades, Proprietor "resmelto t ne huge d115 W. MAIN STREET, N. PHONE 139I it mb n r N. D. Cooper, Agent; Room 13. Buickmian 4a weaba he snh b*tLUVQZ$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$ -.v LLUt Xmras ti.e. .men -e. a .aaaeOC 1, e :It SON I to of )Ierringbne at' I 'S U -V b es aid m tag your food anu let are (xceIpttix-ly (AL! wadIis I t e fnalle. IA .:. : :9 i-U CA1n ships and trains. with flIs sweet temper "a' gOmnt out V. st just shoot vyb'!e I w1ht doted either Jesse James on being or Harry Casey, I if $32.50 $32.50 Pt WVh o I anything electrical drop in and st1 122 B(Lli the White I I $ g t me Uof~ I ight Grev recei ed Suits. S-I I I I frqrm A. C. L. itepot I c flX fli 1>c K A see That -Florida Gainen ille,

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PAGE SEVEN GE GAMEs S AT'VU RIAY. at t hir :t ,n lose 15 dl-g -t rng." The~ was fl 1tewed Flor :dd Alabama -l -n-C CIIESNUIT S HOE P ART flf Beys, when you plant Seeds, be sure to get them from.t SEMINOLE SEED COMPANY kiesvilk, ----. .Florida 5 .-. -r rn-nnn san a aen --. We guarantee personal Auburn 's. I artmouth Georgia lanka. Ha r Vad fIM i r (&t il -. ille. vs M I. at Tusealoosa ( I-~n a' An '3UZ Tt Tert--~ Ted. Vt. IUrIrJn at. hanthe actions h ody from an UflprtJ udI ,ed Hie MeX~~as he A' e ait At"at, n' Gog a lowa at ( tnmilrrige at lowva City. )1'Mi sppl Ag. Pge M -in Cliat Jackspn. A.MOUrai Nebraska '. Amn, '; sto me, simply nlot a student. of the student unbiase-l, a b I utt y stani on the exterior al sde. right? e d'~t-nearmed ? Kline and Van FL at hatv ectuf turning out a w.inr tamh tims fnll. taJtai gutal p' 'rrng Gt;o 1lo 4 p jlerryv is popular, lvibythe tiftyv-dd Gat or squatd. Though Hak'heli Franston. Oh it vOregon Pen,. pia f) (nn.f burgh. I'urdi, Rn e gera vs. (C ni, MIr,! ota vs. Idaho Statv aA C41mbus at lP'rtlarr-. a! Philadel. N -Leh ivh Notr I hIm State at Pitt-at Lafa T tlane at Hout'n RutXV. & L at New~ Brunswick 's St. Naxir South n'at na is. Tufts Sew altec V M. I XX ^J. irm t at C neaflnat Ba (It Svraat Mr dfird. i. Oglethuie Vs. Vr ,a at Sewaait I x ngtov. -, (mnegw T e'h. at slight reverse the F igihtimg at the Aviators, they look th O range enda are big are fleit. WV seven tyV-Va rd ine -Up, alumni, The st, org >er bhe fight 8 The plucky fought hard, but through aim ist it-i anI wo g:3 to left and mnemb 1rs Gators hands of the like the best team SCORES OF JArERNS Not puit}s.b lr h pt.aat F urnahr 3 Guarnteda rnne4 Polctreajwdlllnc. Afle Cent Iad4h U W. Sdes. N.Y. Jwnmnef .4 t e' W '"" Sba k'4 thto th a n lue has boaisted Ill T he line a heavy, the and f.t, and the backs hen Dickson with hi punts is again in th Ii may well be proutd Camp Bennint'team, 1)n the CGators jlds fell from Roll n the 'Gators at wd] the la-t luaron the 'Gator A hedlule Other (lit O3-MeCI( t G--m ile. 't., A2-1 nivrty it kro include: Unv-ty of (Xi! gt ., $5. busmnts in to the and local Thde 'Jr.eG( ine .11 Lu-'es Rt v. J. G. Au ir:, a PreA,: lt sarn e, Urib. Juror thratian Pr, I', yterian &
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uH FLr AIDA ALLIGATOR PAGE 301G1 ALLEGE the possibilvith Georgia ave a pretty f kir boee band, ht Florida mu l perlol in this line. Therefore, a challenge has been issued to the Georgia musicians to play a series of three concerts in competition before judges to decide the issue, one concert to be given in Gainesville, one in Atlants, and a third on some neutral territory. There need be no fear for Florida's boys in such a contest', simlar challenge was issuesd toech. and was accepted, but because of a lack of fnd to finance its part o the plans off. "If we can do it, it w.ill be a great thing for the college,', says Manager Regero of a tour of Xest and North Florida, and part of which is so far not yet definitely arranged, but which has Doctor Murphree's Support because he believethat such a trip by the college orchestra would do much to make th University better known throughout sections where it now K kn wn but little. This trip as planned is to come adter the Christmas holidays and will take about ten days. It will include concerts at Live Oak. Madison, Pensacola, Tallahassee, Judson College (for women) in Marion, Alabama. Dothan, Alabama, and Bainbridge, Georgia. The management has beer. in touch uith the Judsoa authorities and they are very anxious to have Florida', bad come there. Also In connection with the Armnistice Day exercises in Gainesville when Gainvl. oetCof te Amerian Le gion cooeate in celebrating the day. the Gator haMd wilt furnish the music. T phone. More trombone artists are needed, also. Florida's student army has reached the proportions required by the goverfleflt before it furnishes band instrumnenta ao such units, so Major Va Fl ehas forwared ahrequisitiofl partment will mean that forty-lifle new instruments of al" kinds and of the best make will be here for the t'se of those who want to make the band bigger and better. Since at present the only assistance the band receives from the Umiversity 's money for music, loan of a few instruments, and payment of a director's salary, financial difficulties stand in the way of fulfillment of a large share of its plans. So Manager Regero hopes to put on some concerts right here 'n G'amneville to help swell the band's treasury. Right here is where the whole student body can eptits mnausical organiatio alon certs. The rate for students wvill be somewhat reduce d from that fur the general public. 5o if each one will come out and pay his 50 cents or whbateseri the a mount is, he will be sure to get his monty 's worth in, good niU Ie and he (p his band's tonsu ry Uta i (,rgai izat in TIC cry w, memrnbe r rece'I ug any pay fr r i] Ii LAog So it s up to et erg stut 12 to sUI)pOI t the band in CVtIy way he ca" aratl to come ouvt for a pace 0 Director Bron inwlll tO e A try-out to any who want one. H e ho carnis a regular place among the disjpensers of musie may even be tewarded with a letter sonmetimn~e r the future. The roster of the band at present h as follows: H. DeWitt Brown, director. Bartlett, N. B., cornet. Cody, W. J., saxophone. Ennis, J. G., drums. Edwards. H. L., clarinet Jackson, J. L., alto. Lester. C. J., tenor. Alahannab, W. D., alto. tary) Perkins, R P. oboe. Rege ro. A ,trmbonc. ( t r Rigero, C J., crirnet im Roberits, H-., tOrn> t. Tutke, iA. L. saxophone. Th 'lan, H. E. bass. WValker, Mlahn, I Booth, Hut >on, fargell, Pomeroy Coe, A. Hauser, Taylor, C R. D. A R ,. B. F J. .L, baritone. W. drums. E., drumn. .D., cornet. M., cornet. H., trombone. ,trombone. .baritone. S., piccolo. Webster, E. B., alto. Edwars, T. J., clarinet ( librarian). Uliner, B. J., drums. Washburn, C., alto. Windisch, E. B., cornet. FWaver, A. C., saxophone. Fler, A. H., clarinet. Smith, M., flute. t (scrpeEr -/ I N / / A-N easurer). manager). hold at all. A hot wire .010 in. diameter dissipatesN only about 12 per cent more rapidly than a wire .033 diameter instead of twice as fast s might be ep The new fact does not appear very important, yg helped bring about a revolution in lighting. It had been found that a heated filament in a vaae evaporated like water and that this evaporation could retarded by introducing an inert gas such as nitrogen argon. But it had long been known that the presr gas in the ordinary incandescent lamp caused so me heat to be carried from the filament that the lampi made useless. The new understanding of the laws of h from wires, however, pointed out a way of avoiding supposed necessity of a vacuum. By forming the fine tungsten filament into a helix heat loss was made much less prominent. The radiated is then dbout the same as if the wire stretched out, but the heat loss through the gas is v much less. So the tightly coiled filament was put into gas-filled bulb-and a new lamp was created. At same cost it gave more and better light. Thus pure research, conducted primarily to find how hot things cool, led to the invention of the gas-. lamp of today-the cheapest, most efficient illum thus far produced. Sooner or later research in pure science ennihes $ world with discoveries that can be practically appit For this reason the Research Laboratories devote mu time to the study of purely scientifiC problems. GeneralmEly etric __ ieC fl a y _ "PERSONNEL" We also have a man from Tallahassee Who dresses up something most classy assistant He thot the man who did Was nothing more than a But now he isn't so sassy. drill pill Theres nan offer up here from AugWh0 plasters his hair with Brilliantine In any old weather His hair sticks toretber Weaver's Steam Laundry $ FOR HIGH CLASS CLEANING AND PRESSING --e e a-e -e--,I3 How Do Hot ThingaC< Ii Dance ass iriity of Tech. 'I I F 7 S I ELIW1I CIGAR CO. HE blacksmith draws a white-hot bar fr forge. It begins at once to cool. How doesia its heat? Some is radiated, as heat is rai*. the sun; but some is carried away by the surrwj1 Now suppose the bar to beonly one-half the diar in that case it loses heat only half as fast. Smallkr bi in proportion. It would seam that this proportiJn g hold, however much the scale is reduced. But dog Does a fine glowing wire lose heat in proportion y djniiishedsize The Research Laboratories of the General Ek Company began a purely scientific investigate ascertain just how fast a glowing wire loses heat. 1. found that for small bodies the old simple law did

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THU MSIDA AUAGAU PAGE NINE ----THE TO THE UMNI FLORIDA S ECTI ALLIGATOR 0 N FaGE THE PRIDE? gerstates, the State Univerh aer of light and leadinj ijnrity such a center in our ther states, all the industries I states look toward their state --for the benefits of study. priset that are essential to. hwotflnt and growth of those We shall make our Uui-such a nursery for the eco. istur of Florida-. .Sder to do this we plan: To bring together and loyalize the Alumni of ee University. To promote free discussion and Mnarieipation among the *with regard to the affairs of By means of the enthusiasm I by arousing in the Alumni a -interest in the University, to an organization that will act unit to make actualities of any I th. undertakings to which the As* pledges itself. Sn can be taken by the Alumni I this time which will serve the is th ie rineiple of Un lotion. The Alumni can be reted, brought back into the cirtf iniuenee of the University by[ them active members of the I nation. To do this requires: (a) That they pay dues-not beitetheir money is valuable to the lacation (the dues could well be 1 hedat n0 more than $3 a yeax),. Because unless a man will pay -ting to keep in touch with the le he went to school with he will ido anything worth while to aid his Mrity. If an alumnus does pay Sdues, it is evidence that he mclosthe Association worth keeping SPayment of dues is simply a teat i at7 that we need in Okd to a thorn who belong to our tribt. because that is its value the size the dues should be nominal. We Utepet to runl the Association Practically no exacted money. Sfunds we need must be given. CU? Oown services must likewise Sa gift, freely and gladly contribu(bi) That a regular little first-class Jcn-class monthly news sheet be eted to act as a clearing house for hemI news Dotes. The regular J MUst cover the costs of this, and iymust net be increased to that' (c) That there be a mail referenito ALL the members on all sube vitally affecting the welfare of -eAssociation. VOL. No. 1 OCTOBER, 1921 S0c PER YEAR The Alumni Supplement is prepared and published by the Alumni Association of the University. Th e Alligator staff and the University authorities assume no responsibility for anything publishe din the Alumni Supplement4 THE ALUMNI ASSOCIATION OF THE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA PAT JOHNSON, Pres. Kissimmee, Fit. this is preliminary to anything else that the Association can undertake. It will be a part of the duties of the Association to examine into the mat. ter of proper budgets for the University and endeavor to bring the mattens of the University to the due consideration of the Legislature of the State. Such consideration would necessarily have to be based upon economic principles and would have to take into view the other demands on the State Treasury. It would also be the duty of the Association to endeavor to raise the standard of the teachI ing staff of the University; to endeavor to increase the attendance at the sholarsisfor deserving younnters who are financially unable to attend thu University without help; to provide a service toward placing the graduates of the University as they come out fito the world and otherwise to conserve, preserve and further the interest, of the University as a part of the intellectual equip-nient of the State of Floridaflut it seems to ine that all these matters conie after we have made the Association something more than the loose aggregation of shifting individuals. that it is now. I believe that properly carried out the diftereat suggestIons ahat I have made above toward unifying the membership would result in creating an As'sociation that would be a potent force In any of the directions above proposed, but as it is at present constituted I am afraid that the Association $5 not sufficient support and co-operation from the Alumni of the University to justify them m undertaking any large matters. It is therefore my purpose prnmar-, ily to strengthen the Association, leaving to those who follow me the more interesting and spectacular possibilities that can then follow. PAT JOHNSON ThE SUPPLEMENT IDEA In the Alumni Supplement it is the intention of the Alumni Association to keep its members informed as to the AssotiatiOfl'5 activities, the doHARRY W. THOMPSON, V. Pres. Pensacola, Fla. who have not signified their desire to receive it are requested to do so at once so that they will receive all copies. A very few (about five) have said they did not wish to subscribe. We hope that they will reconsider their decision and so advise us. We believe that every roan should keep a point of contact with his Alma Mater and his school mates. Let us hear from you. TEE RESULTS OF THE CAMPAIGN The Alumni Association made a very determined effort to secure an Florida' institutinsof higher learning from the last session of the legislature. We did not get everything. that We went after. Was' our campaign a failure? By no means!' Then what was accomplished by it? No one can estimate the full extent of our accomplishments, but here are some of the results-. We secured an appropriation fifty percent larger than th. University ever received before-. We secured fully twice as much as' we would have received had it not been for the campaign. (This i, admitted by practically all who are in touch with the situation.) We came within two votes getting practically every thing asked for. We secured that which we held to be the most important of all-the salary increase. We advertised the University as It has never been advertised before. The last two points are extremely interesting and important. The salary increase was the most important in the entire scheme and the most dificult of attainment. Many of ousr best professors who had given up hopes of the promised advance materializing and who were already considering other flattering offers are now engaged in building. This tells more eloquently than words how they regard the situation. While the campaign was in progross some were afraid that our very frank discussion of the University's B. R. COLSON, Secty. Gainesville, Fia. 4. + WHO'S WHO AND WHY? +. 4 PAT JOHNSON If you will turn to page thirty-eight of the Seminole for the yeir 1911 you will find a record of the present l'resSident of the Alumni Asswiatkon du y inscribed therein under the title: "~ --.,, -IFlorida-. "PAT"' appears the following: LL. B. Course; Manager Varsity root Ball Team '10; Varsity Foo bating Society; Tennis Club; Debating Team J. M. D. S. '10; Business I Manager "Seminole," '11; Y. M. C. A. This is Pat. He hails from the land of Kissimmee, where cows graze upon a thousand hills. The quiet, I peaceful look you see upon the face of Pat is due to his having imbibed considerable of the serenity and peacefulness of the Cots among whom he was reared. Pat's chiff course in the Law School has been t0 point out the errors Of the famous law writers, many of whom have received the ben-. cit of hi. kindly and helpful ciriticlaim. He baa also pefrined-Icestunabl, services for the faculty by the correction of immature and unsafe legal principles enunciated by them. To Pat, above all others, is due the success of the Seminole. From that day to this it it probable that th, name of Robert G. Johnston has appeared in few places, for be is known to the world at large as "Pat" and the Florida world at large certainly knows him. As indicated by the write-up referred to, Pat is a cow man, and as such has been intimately connected with the cattle business of the state. Last year he was the secretary of the Cattle Raisers Association of the State of Florida and this year is counsel for th, association. He is a member of the law firm of Johnston & Garrett, of Kissimme. Florida. He represents the board of element. involved in that industry. He has owned thousands of heed .1 cattle and is still a cattle owner b a considerable extent and be controls with whom he has come jfl toflfll. and has a faculty for making cloak, warm personal friends. Into what ever town you may drop in the state of Florida you have but to speak his name to find him known and respected. He ik known for his genrsite and willingness to serve. He is respected for his common sense and resourcefulness and moat of all for his squareness of character and sterling and shining integrity. Pat has .3ways been willing to give liberally time and thought and money to the cause of his University and 't is but justice that the alumni of that University have honored him with the presidency of their association. It is probable that his term as president of the Alumni Associatiol will serve to bring about closer coalition of interests among the aluinir and promulgate and put into execution policies which will result in per maflent benefit to his alma mater and her sons. HARRY WRIGHT THOMPSON Harry Thompson--that's a mighty familiar sounding name. Seems t* me that he has been attending school lever since the University has been at Gainesville. Right you are, gentle reader, but the subject of this article is the other Harry Thompson-Hlarr7 iW. Thompson. Harry hails from Milton, but hat. ing learned the error of his ways, moved to Pen:;acola, where he is state's attorney for the rat judicial circuit. Likewise, he ws vice-president of the Alumni Assoeiatlofl. While in the University Harry was 4c Sve in all branches of college life and always took air-uwn-paet wtthot assistance. He was one of the mOst popular men in school. During the war Harry was in the aviation department. To his deep reret he was retained as an instructor instead of being sent across and 50 paid the price for unusual proficiencySince his discharge Harry has bees elected to three offices that we know of, namely: County solicitor of Eucanibia county. state's attorney, and vice-president; and, with all, he is the most modest man in the world. If you don't believe me, ask him. BARNEY R. COLSON The subeet of this sketch is a native of Alachna county, Florida, being born at Trenton, some years ago, Where his early life was spent chimePAGE NINE THE FMIUDA ALIAGATOR

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(Continued tor jar. and entered us County the eatplol @1 the Abstract Dl tie) abott a :nenlle 1 AMachCompany, of which business he acquired ownerSkip jn 1903 and is still actively enand title business being preSidenlt andprincipal of the above, corporation. Fate was dealing-kindly ucy, for it was while .t school isv that he met the young Ia' -a tobecome his wife-Mis. Sue Bowers, when, he Gaineiville as his bride in Eddie Sue. Francis Lartha Dallas now students of the University; Alumni and college students' Sties way be termed hia hobby., dfe Is at preset secretary.Alumni Associatiwn, and is ali retryy of the Gajnesyille ftotary irn fact it appears that he has acquired of things, harder owner of : 1h Bar-! 211 I at B.ar01 dy wh& that SEddie ty s brought to I which Mel. bless the home. Little Nelle--an infant tower-was bornito bloom ip the Paradise of God, having passed the age 't tweuity U. months. the habit in fact., vious activiyear ance of the1F 0 secClub, lately of being secretary and which, by the to fill than the former ~resident, cto it-but as there is mistake of calcuistil swh apich aproximates in the pant hr islature lated next of an application: must assuredly ng in future walls, the attendBut il and fi he last legversit have calcuschool on at attendance this year aqd about the same ninber As I attended last year, the we have shown a office more ml then, that's what ike-for the other fellow tremendous the past ten growth every year for or twelve years. enrollments during the regular we sons to do. i, yes, I came near forgetting Barney is chairman chool board of the counof Alachua county. by the way, is another hard job and no pay. Here's hoping your away at', from th4*+ Lfenf gth,.+ yOu'll get along with flew secretary. THE OPEN FORUM + ABOUT AN AUDITORIUM for the past been as follows: 1910 110 1911-12 19 12-13 1912-14 19 14-1191 5-16 1916-17 191718 1918-19 19 19-20 1920 -2 1 The! twelve yeashv N 186ais I 241as 302 Ida, 221 Comn 349 ab RTM nfess 408 4.14 370 554 664 828 braces, etc, would be fifteen nal hundred is th sesting capacity C audito be making the take that almost every oth sity has rmade--and excuse. what adequate. j a e ultimate f the Uma ri'um our1 same miserunhverwill be our COMING day never to be Make forgotten a b'g Circle On YOU r bout November 6th eady and 17th for getting a hittie absene y ~ ALUMNI On the night Tampa a orembher issippi 18th, the day of the big game, has been seleete'l Day. Eve jome Coming man who can possibly etc ig see this great ga time generally. house and the entire to see the Purple and In Gainesyill of Ncvember men in South Florida. the ry Forgame, a me and have Every busie will close! U0I~ the strong Mississippi The day will idair be the. sociati ity' re tainm not ci idanm be ao a full Len who come back. fall meeting ROD before the of the gam and big nd following the Florida vie inmty' Sout yet&re men iin together ft meetmfg. Last years meeting was starter. The meeting this yeAr d battle wvitn ofa ggregatiofl. ,be n )fne for Flor' Alumr There will Thata Alurnri AsLet e; e. Fraternme and a >Mg Alumr nilbe eter-n' men who do I back Flor-' I Tchpe mtha Ol that yheare 0 comparison The Tn ~ssures pep from start to a ery Flornda man be thert Hie then came to G. I t will get -HUTTO AND SCHOENBORN Tampa, Florida ICE CREAM, LUNCH AND CIGARS 508 Franklin Street lijth and to be the Mecca of g]]id M night before the Eve Day. last tom all "pep" town is to turn out starter. a i Association will have elmd

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THE FLORIDA ALIGATOX PAGE ElEVEN ALUEYI NoTrm 4 e 4*+ 4' adsa" pambet orange m Esa Vila er"ie off ?s.,lf the spring of 191 a.Joseph B. Loekey, cane College, Nashville, Te'n., Sapplmud th, alumni actiwiUejelee 8t the progress of the KaJar flartman L. Butler of SCirngidor Island, P. 1., has 'visited China arnd is now it. Mills, where be cona ttaliwn .f Artillery and a coat guns. He was cited sey June 27th and has been mudd for promotion to Lieut.tPaul Brown, D. D. S. is uow ig in Atlanta, Ga. I. W. McMullen it now piothe Clearwater schools. H. D. Waugh, chemist, so at., Atlanta, Ga., writes, "Glad that you sang 'Florida, my as my father wrote that H eimberger is Horticuiturthe Lakeland Highlands CorSLakeland, Fla. Dr. Eugene G. Peek, Ociala, a member of the State Medi-. ed of Examiners. V. A. McMullen is farming 7-'20---Harry Louis Thompson -graduate student in law at -N. A. McMullen of Clearwater Appointed Judge of the Sixth aCircuit, succeeding 0. K. -e.Palmer Garrett. of Kisemarried Rosalie Toomer -J. I. McCaskill (Lawyer) of ,married Ruth Lawrence of tame, Ohio. April 13, 1920. -pt. Win. H. Crom of the Air 1U. S. A., is now in Washing.C., care Adjutant General's -Thcwnas Pitts Pruitt, Municiheand Lawyer i Hickory, N. h,"It any of the old fellows to the North Carolina meuncorn, by Hickory, the best town t.A wid4 open welcome." -ohn Ri. Springer, Box 553, OrFla., is Assistant Nursery Inr for the State Plant Board in strict. -Fred H. Steele is wit), the id Oil Company. Locony Hong China. -Chester M. Wiggins, Bartow, .is Mayor a-nd City Attorney -Jay Love Hearin, the enterg tobacco merchant of Quincy, ~en doing things for the old U. He reports that "Florida gets as es ci ~eal ed that tapon '17-1. 1. Me~ufla I. fn neroca. Et *G --n bna 4tdug tatPrfa i teahig i Weaunaka, '1'-Nut H Cols propretor of teGrower,' Supply Co., Lakelsad FPh., is bildig up a nice bustes. '17--irs MeAlpin. wh was pnnpal of shosat Detuniak Sprints, Is studying law at the University this '1&-GsB aaey Bailey of New York City, was married to Kiss Margord. Cannon Oct. 12, 1921. HI. address is 116 Riverside Dive. George is in the commission business-. '18-Albert Myers lier is assistant Borticulturist South Carolina AZrICUltUrUI Experiment Station, Clemson College, S. C. 'l--Franeis Bees Edwards receiv-ed his IL. S. degree from Ohio State University June 14th (animal husbandry) and is now back at 417 W. Ashley Street, Jacksonville, FP1'18--W. Lacy Mahon (Lawyer) of Jacksonville, married Mrs. Lucille Beauchainp June 16, 1921, at high noon. '19--A. B. Crosby is with the Southern Utilities Co. at Ft. Myers. '19--Cbas. IL. Johnson announces the arrival of Chat. ii. Junior, 7-10-21. Weight 9 1-2 pounds. Miami, Florida .e '20-Byron E. Bushnell. U. S. Engineering Office, Wheeling, W. Vs., is in charge of the drafting departw ent and designing, Wheeling District Office, Ohio River Looks a-nd Drains. |'20-Dewey ADye, of Bradentown,. who was in business with Chas. T. Curry, '96, deceased, has purchased his library and is continuing business in the old stand. '20-U. H. Jones. Cleatwater, Fla., is practicing law with Judge John U. Bird in the firm of Bird & Jones. '20-John P. Little is back on the campus as an instructor in the En-. gineering College. BSCE s '20-J. 0. Rosenthal, B. S. C. E.i at Dam 23, Ohio River. Apple Grove. '20.Herman Vanroy Stapleton is wihFo Ikes Real Estate & Insur.ance Co., of -irinham Ala. '2nenry o B. flible.Cocoa, Fla., is now Conty Demonstration Agent '20-eoHghes Wilson married Maud Pery Jne 4, 1921. 20-wnEgar1 Williams (lawyer) of Bartow, married Miss Willie MeCarrol of Gainesville, June 14, 1921., Former Students F. S. 1909-'10, Duck Lanier, married Miss Lelia Terry of Orla-ndo, Florida, 'June 22nd and they will make their home in El Paso, Texas.F. S. 'S7rMajor Bloxhamn Ward. Commandant of the U. of F. for the past two years was stdtiohdea Camp Niagara. N. Y. duringth A ., ..ao ha wne 'J., Plant Ct,' 12*., is Mining Superiited atCoronet flosphate Ce. s. & 95'7-uh .Wce s eccaseted with the United States Reveue. ddV. WickeArc i LimeaBntk Ares, 13 Ac F. S. '16-Don Artha, Storms is now located at Zepbyrbith, Fta. P. S. '17-Geo. C. Oberhoitter is City Milk & Dairy Inapectot. Jacksonvill., Fla. F. S. 'l7-Olive Ferguson Marston is commanding officer Batery "A ,, 22nd F. A., U. S. A., and his adrs is Box 171, Gatun, Canal Zone. F. S. 1917-'20--Eefl. E. Archer was married to Iva Marjorie Leac Tuesday, Septeabe? 6, 1921. At home aftar October i, 196 west Ave., Bridgeport Co' On June 10, 121, Tully Hoyt Carlton married Miss Bertha Elitabeth Power. Carnton will finish up at the University next year. +. +4 + + +*4****++*+ 4 CLASS OF 1921 +4 +. +.+4,+.,+.+ The following gives our latest information concerning the graduates of 1921, both June and August: Adams. Alto Lee. L. L. B., DeFun'ak-Springs, Fla., Attorney at Law. ~eeson, Edward Lee, A. N. E., Srasota, Fla. Principal of Schoolyf Viishop, Albert Kent, B. S. A., Berkley, Cal., studying landscape gardening, University of Califogia. Bratley, Homer Eells, B. S. A. EK. Wauchula, Fla., teaching agriculture in Smith-Hughes vocational high school. Carpenter, Archer Eugene, A. B., Gainesville, Fla. Law student U. of F. Cason, Shatter Okeechobee, Ela. Woodford, Principal B. of S.E., school. Cates, William Haywod, B. S., Chiefland. Fla. Teaching. Christiance, Dle Forest Lewis, Jr., B. S. A. Minmt Fla. With W. & T. CerieCurtis Carlisle, A. B., Meridia-n, Miss. Teaching in hiqh scho and coaching athletics. Donaldson, Makcoim Gilbert, A. B. E., Panama City, principal of schools. Driggers, Roy Lodiord, B. B. A. E., Grensboro, Fla. Teaching agriculture in Smith-Hughes vocational high Edrehi, Joseph Montrose, L. L. B., Pensacola, Fla. Attorney at Law. Ford, Herbert Giddens, B. S. C'h F. Oxford, Engla-nd, Rhodes Scholar. Franklin, James Alfred, L. L. B. Jacksonville, Fla. Atorney at Law. Friedlander, Herbert Milton, B S., Oca'a, Fla. Teaching science in high school. Gill, Burgo Doyle. B. S, Palo Alto, Cal. Studying mining engineering ii Leland, Stanford University. GunnJne awsB.SA, Pl.n City a. Teaching Agricu Smith-Hughes Vocational School turei High I fl B. Vise do Rio Brnceh. Smo PNut, BraiL Civil Engineer. Llddan, John Wahker, L. L. B., MaSiansa, Fig. Atoney at law. MoArthar, Gertrud., A. N. ., Brewster, Via. Principal of schooks. McKay, Elizabeth, A. B. E.,. Santo --;it nurMeKey, Aizeander, B. S. C. E., No a. 'tivi*.Resiaeering work with Seaboard ft. N. Madison, William McKee, L. L. B., Jacksonville, 71*. Attorney. 'Mahonye, William Henry, B. S. A., East Tennessee. Selling Bibles. Katheck, Marion Brooks, B. S., Washington, D. C. Scientific work, Bureau of Standards. Mellor, Frederick Harvey, L. L. B., Ft. Myers, Fin. Attorney with Rt. A. Henderson, '14. Merchant, Harry MceCreary, B. S., College Park. lid. Studying Mcdioine at University of Maryland. Moorehead, James R., B. S. C. E., Tituaville, FIR. Civil engineering witb) Cooper & Smith Engineering Co. Nichols, Cocile Howard, B. S. A. E., Green Cove Springs, Fla. Teaching agriculture in Smith-Hughes voational high school. Norton, Oscar Harris, L. L. B. Cit. 'vs Exchange Bldg., Tampa, Fla. Attorney,. Otto, Tho. Osgood, B. S., U-niverries a full line of Martha Washington sity, Vs. St',dying inedicme at Urnvmrsity of Virginia. Peacock. Samuel Clananct, L. L. B. Tampa, Fla. Attorney. Pppe, Chat. Edward B. S. A. E., Iflica, N. Y. Graduate Student Cornell Univsrsity. Quinan, Edwird-Botafod,.L. L,. B., Miami, F1*. With legal dept. of Miami Metropeha.Savage, Ohs. Augustus, Jr. L. L. B. Orlando, Fla. Attorney. Swanson, Frank Marion, B. S. C. E. '14), C. E. Anchrson, S. C. Road eons truction. Tan. Bo Len, B. S. A., Hiwajia. Van Camp, Roy K. (U. S. C. E. '10) C. E., Box 421, Atlantta, Ga. Civil Engineer with E. V. Camp, Consulting Engineer. Vining, Edward Clyde, L. .B., Miand Attorney. Watkins, Joseph Meilson, B. S. C. E. Arcadia, Fla. Civil Engineering work with Kimmell & Cranen. Weedon, Frederick Benfrac, B. S. Gaiftesville. Fit. Teaching Fellow in English and French, U. of F. Wells, Williams Green, B. S. A. Gainesville, Fla. Assistant to Plant Pathologist, Fla. Agri. Experiment Station. Williams, Leslie Dodd, B. S. A, Woodrow, Fla. Citrus gnove development work. o 00000~~~~~~~ -C --~ -9 I I A I I I carGuaranteed I Candies. always fresh, $1.25 per pound. I I I SPE]CIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO MAIL ORDERS. 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THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOR PAQE TWELVE ease 0000000 -----. S 4 I 9 --S S .4. -. j I Yin! MODERN .4~' ~ !j~) tiTY G;ulI C) draina namn -I -2-. k-I' .:> it ha t M an iii J5 >tutt. lft wvay exCm ~ I-i c-;t V w\'ith m5f tflQ UtaCk b etween l 1'so Three feet a ppu )One of Lie Atlantit' a Uu eO the Fl :)cean Ct'r1 ab* ut d a and sea level and has miles to the south is Payne erd after an Indian chief ot the Alachua mies Ping and 5 miles beautiful Lake Pithi ach xwide' 4 1-2 miles to t OCco, the permanent Penthe perfect 's Prairie, tribe,. he east shore end wh~iich is (3 feet above s(2a level. Gainesv ill eCOUItyV seat of Alachua County, the largest and most important interior as well as cities one ut' the most beautiful in the o] is (ne 01 if Florida State. The streets and sidewalks are well paved. The city is provided with municipal water works, sewer system, electri c and gas plants. teleph6pes. Drinking water is obtained from very fine springs, d1 eep well and is soft, clear and pure. HIGH STANDARDS OF CULTURE The town and county have built up which isjp the hands of thoroug The citizens of Gainesville gressive men and the citizens women. well posted a modern qualified school FARMING FACTS OF INTEREST Florida is as well adapted to produce staple er section of the country. system instructors. are an intelligent body of proDaily and regarding semi-weekly local and foreign newspapers The long season enables one to work crops a diversified duction system that is not possible anywhere else. affairs. inally the whole year to grow in, so the farmer as any othcrop proThere is nomthat studies his Fraternal orders are popular Elks, Woodmnen of the World, the Odd Fellows State Home Rotary Club has a membership1 are a number Library. Gainesville These modern a in Gainesville. occupy buildings is situated here. of over fifty. of churches is the home of the sit in virgin grounds, land--the including The Masons, of their own and The Gainesville of all denominations State an 80 yelow pines. the experimental farms, gift ot the city Unfixersit soil, location and the markets culty whatever in making livestock a There he should general farming cater to, has no diffiand the production success. is no better part of the world for stock the concentrates, and a y of Florida. are The entire c')Ptainl 647 of Gainesville-. sur-. high grade stock All staple cr ture'can fruits college acres of be hay and ~ops, grown pasture raising. necessary for production the Florida farm. such as corn, small grain, satisfactorily. Sugar cane t&)rage and Al (f pagand decid 'j'j yield heavily. breeds do remarkable ue~l Mi may be available in all Assessed Value < $4,000,O0o.oo.Rea .Value of .9 a "Some "The Evergre 781 College City Property, Famous 1 ~00 en Town" College City' Students, 1921. per cent Pure Boullware & -~ v of 12 keep I I $ of ,Docie Highna Tallahassee Pe saccia (p @ StAugusune e OF f