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Gators Held Harvard on 5- "\ &-1;
tIN F'IIT. ,.'Co JAL J.. Ii .;
Line in the Third f NIS CHAMPIONRHIP ,
Yard -
I SEND-OFF TO MEET -J* +.d + + + -Iet.. +' I : .r,,
Quarter HARVARD AT + + ; Wykoff of Twh Runs 55 Yards : i J_

eleven---representatives of I I CAMBRIDGEMost I_. + All aboard for Tampa. fr I t POMEROY AND LINE WIN Tech Under Goal Post 1- : '

Facing I + Be at Chapel Tuesday if + t FROM: FUSSELL AND Fails to Score : -
the Nation's mightest College, I Spirited fleeting Ever + you want a special train. + : "

fighting stubbornly and tenaciously Held by Student Body; + (Give 'em Hell, Florida!) MILAM, LAWYERS Before a crowd of 4.000 persona :; f:, i
over every inch of territory Manv Enthusiastic t I "Jimmy" Houser Holds Sin- at South Sde Park, Jacksonville? :, '-

the University of Florida Gators i SpeechesWhat i 4 + ,'r + + + + + + + + + + + f gles Titles for Arts yesterday, the Baby 'Gators smash. :: 1 d -
held Harvard to a 24.0 score at I I ed their way through the strong f {
Cambrdge yesterday. At the outI I was undoubtedly the best : ROBERT PIERCE IS : and Science Ceorgia Tien Freshman lire! for !" 1' i ; -

set of the game the Gators failed I and enthusiastic meet- 1 I TWO toucnik.v.rps and a field 1 goal, :
most chapel
to get together in ime o prevent I With Pomery and Line, Ag defeating's team w'lich :1iet ::
ing in the history of the University i DIRECTOR OF THE
Churchill of Harvard making the I Clamps! winning from Fussell and had not been beaten, by a score of : 'I":: 'G
first touchdown after running the I was held last Tuesday. The pro- i :Milam of the Law ,College, thereby 170. The Georgia freshmen made i' i ia
lengh of he field, The second gram, which was brim full of pep I MASQUERADERS taking the doubles championshipof stiff fight, however, and had I .
in the first and optiminsm was planned and I ':. line '
ouchdown came quarter the ball on '1) !'a s one yard ;
I the campus, the intercollegiatetennis
when Harvard, by; heavy line I arranged by James Winfied 'h (e SUCce:5 ;1"i.J, and ;)n FU>r.
smashes and gains around the} enl l, I president of the Student Body, and I ORGANIZATION AS U. OF tournament came to a suc- <>.../ two y1 ''n' twice, ) I v.uhtb 'I"
eloquently bespeaks the fact that DRAMATIC cessful termination on Friday af ;:: -
carried the ball to Florida's one F. CLUB; t most bn.Jsii; defensVe ever
yard line and sent RouillarH over he spent a lot of time in making I FRATERNAL ternoon. During the earlier part sen in sportiiig circles, tha Florida .
the line. In the second period it One to be remembered. That ha I of the tourney Houser of the Arts aggregation he d the line for '
Harvard carried the ball a ain to (, was successful can be seen in the Musical Comedv Will Be Presented f and Science College took the I four downs each time anj punted t'
the fifteen yard ling, but then the many comments heard about the 1 This Year 2 tIn I fir out of tt-nr. .r
Gator defense stiffened and held. campus since putting it acrD-ss, anj Cast ; I singles title by winning from Cohen I tonnes statr:.l; ithe backfield: i iab

Harvard was forced to kick! a field it was truly a wonderful send-off I __ I Law champ. usual, maKi"g: both toucn .'>\vr,s : : e
that lose the to the best team Florida ever bad. \ --- -- besides ; ::
from point I field
goal or A meeting of the Masqueraders:; ? : kicking ; goal .
ball on downs. la the third periodthe After a short devotional service f was held last Tuesday night in I MILLION: DOLLAR DRIVE ,I not failing on the t y-f OI'.I>01n 1*. i.: tIn i; '
Gator line stiffened further : and music by the band, Jim Arinfield which Robt. Pierce was elected Di- i scoring the f rst time, he went : f
and held like a stone wall whU? 1 took thq floor and called ; 'rector. The Masqueraders is now An enormous campaign for one around left End: and through a ; I
the Crimson eleven could not break upon the men whom he had asked I the U. of F. Dramatic Club on a million dollars has officially openedat I broken field for a brillacit; run o:* "
through. Fighting desperately ;)n I to take part. Coach Kline came Fraternal bases. the University of Alabama, andit t 30 yards, and on the next play :, I

their own five yard.line, .the Florida first: and in a few word's, gave *be I' This year's play is to '* an up is" being planned to carry the took the ball over the line. Against : 1-, f'
men checked the terrific Harvard Florida team the best tribute a to-date musical cornea yin three i drive into every part of the state. i the heavy attack of the Georgia i I} II"
: attack and held them :for man could give. "It's a good i acts. The cast will have twenty-: I The class Qf *21 has already made a i men, the 'aGtorline held 4)ike a !! s J :".
downs. The final touchdown came I team," he said simply, "The yellow t four members and *t i i'1 evidently gift of $30,000 to Alabama, and an stone wall and could not be bro ccn. ;:
in the last quarter after Harvard i streak is conspicuously absentwe 1 going to be a good one if one I immediate subscription will be i Smith and Williams did superb i, ,- ,r
carried the ball slowly but surelyup t must stick with trl;? team inspirit ;: judges from the wealth of ccnducted among the alumni of the I work during aU'this time and t r I
the field.Although I next Saturday." Hi was material on hand. The parts college and among the citizens of proved well that they were made : :f ::1
a part of HarvarJ's followed by Dean Trusler who to be given out on a compeb neW'I I the state. The plan of campaign is of the true Gator gtu**. aLter i, .I I.r
line-up. was largely men of the J gave an optimistic ti'k 01tJJe I bases, three or four men to well organized and well guided Jones kick a field goal from the 1: '
second team, there w re wore of team. He mentioned the fact that I i part and the man who show himself I under *arable 1 ad-r hp.: The i 35 yard line for three points. ;i' ,
the regular team that had bet n there was very little difference to be bent fitted for that part leaders are very hopeful, in fact, j In the third period Florida gained !', : '
expected and a larger number were I between Howard and Harvard! I gets the role. The tryouts fo- the almost certain of success in the big I steadily, taking the ball up the f' ; '
kept on hand to jjo into 4Jw gameif j Dr. Enwall spoke on the p'ycholot t parts will be held sometime in' De drive. The friends of Alabama and I field by heavy smashed through :i, I '
necessary. Although the score gical effect of student-body pep on I cember. There are plara un'cr the friends of education are well : the line gains around the ends ; "
was only 24-Of even that does not the eleven, and in a spirit1 ora- I I at the Ponce de Leon festival at organized throughout the' state, I and successful passing until Jones : ,: :
indicate the splendid fight hit tion pleaded with both team anil I J: St. Augustine. The outlook for I and even into the boundaries of again crashed through Tech's line i j : r! '
Coach Kline's aggregation made a1- students to put all they hav in I the Masqueraders this year is one New York State. for the second touchdown. On the ; Ii ;
Cambridge. The Gators contested the game with Harvard. After of the brightest in the history of I try-for-points he made a splendid ; ;
inch hotly, and the ganwwas him came \1t'-h.tI King, president the University of Florida. i At a recent dinner, at which were I drop-kick straight between the ,; "
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of the college ;
mo for of the Alumni Association, 1 I, present many goal-posts and the stands went
by an
po means easy of Alabama I 'I''
c.tizens "
their opponents to w'n. Tf,* fact I bringing a God-speed from the BUDGET COMMITTEE: and many p ami-.cnt I wild with delight. !
of i annoucesient was made that !
that Florida held Harvard for Alumni. Dr. Murphree spoke IN SESSION Wycoff, Tech's fullback, wag ,
yard line i his anticipation in grain? up to I I $40,000 has already been contribut I of his team and at
downs on their own five I I II easily the star
shows the plucky qualities, that I Cambridge with the team and} ; Uecol11mcI1ff th- Student I Ii ed. This sum is increased to $60,000 11 one time thrilled the crowd by a i
the men of the Orange and Blue i watching them do up the job from i Bodv Send Band and when the university has paid her sensational dash through a broke 31 ,
are U;own to have. I the side-lines. The team wag then I Cheer Leaders part. The quota for Birmingham field which netted 55 yards. Ifi ,
Again, when Harvard had workedthe I calk/1 forward by Pete Harris I I To Jax was get at 350QOO and for Tuscaloosa unnting, Florida had Georgia Tech Yf
ball up to the fifteen yard who gave a series, of humorous The regular monthly meeting of I Ii $100000. The new slogan is out-distanced by far any sent the :: i
line ,hL Gators forced them I rhymes upon each of the elvei as i the Budget Committee was held' $305000 for each alumnus.-The old ball through the air tim aftertime 1-
to kirk or lose the' ball oo downs. they came. The cdowninsj ,rush i in the Engineering College on the i Crimson-White. close to Tech's goal. Tb 1 _'
Heat: least twice Curing th" was an address to the team by J. ; evening of Oct. 31. President Win- rats from Georgia were completely i i
*'lay the Florida men showed that R. \Yells- The greatest meetingin the i field called the meeting to order I ried that reeonnTMWklatkrt: be giv- puzzled by Florida's attack aol
they were capable of holding the history then broke up with at 7:00 p. m., Major Van Fleet I II en. could not solve the defense of the j
line :against the mightest team in i singing Of the Orange and Blue. I absent. t ti Motion was made t .Budget Baby 'Gators. This is certainly a
tV .,,,1\ gi.ite: world. Florida acquitted The meeting throughout was marked i Mr. Creary presented requisition i Committee rexwrnneni to Student bright feather for the cap of the '
itself well, and by holdingthe I by that breathless loyalty and I for $100 for Seminole. Mr. t Body that $110 b9 Jrawn from Freshman team, as Georgia Tee's '
s.'ore lower than, had been ex- intense throbbing interest and Geiger moved that requisition be i Special Fund to send bind: aid rats had not yet been beaten,, although ; ,
p't.d by northern colleges have I love of Alma Mater which only I hono.l'ed. Motion seconded and cheer-leaders to Jacksonville on they have had s me stiff ; J, :l
let she world know that we are on Florida men can show. The gymnasium carried I Nov 4. :Motion was seconded an J battles. i ?
the may and growing stronger. was crowded with men I. Dick Sias read report for Y. M. carried. I --:---- '
Friday morning the team held a ,. who lost no opportunity to roar I C. A. expenditures, and presented I Motion was carried that Budget I I PROFESSOR KENDRICK FROM !
good workout in the great stadiumat approval and applause of everything ; requisition for $500 for Y. M. C. A. I Committee recommend sending COLUMBIA: IN IIISTOR STUDY i;

Harvard College. The baby said. Report was accepted arid requisition I band and cheer-leaders to Tar+pa .
alligator which the team took with 1 honored.Mr. I for game with Mississipp(Cc lege I Professor B. B. Kendrick, Pro
them was presented to Capt. Buellof ence of Senator Fletcher who-wired Wilson presented requ.sition on Nov. 11. fessor of History in Columbia University 1'
the Crimson Team at the stadium the invitation to Dr. Murphree I for $160.86 for Alligator together I Mr. Babson presented requisition is spending his sabbaticalyear
and posed for photographs wtib while the team was en route toW'as'hington. with requisition for $21S ford- from Benton Engineering Society I Gainesville. and is using l
Thursday evening fund. Both requisitionsvoted I the library in making an investigation -
team i i'ance So-
President Murphree while the for its share of Literary
for the the Georgetown University Club upon and accepted separate- honored.Dr. I on the Economic Causes of
was drilling and preparing Fund. Requestion
ciety '
tendered the Floridians a sumptous I ly. 1 i the American Revolution! Profes'l
game. read for "
luncheon after the Gators hadspent D. A. Rambo asked Budget Committee Manchester report i sor Kendrick was the originator ,
In team
Washington, the Fund. Re-
from Gym.
most of the afternoon in a : to recommend that Student: expenditures of the new course at Columbia
was greeted by President Harding' '
who, stated that he believed intersectional hard workout on Georgetown Body use approximately $35 from port accepted.Dr. University which is called "A
influence football field.Saturday Special Fund in decorating the Manchester presented requi- I Course in Contemporary .tvili a- ,
on games college had life a and good should the Florida team spenta I special car,whic hsnall carry '.ur sitions for $200 from Gym Fund ,. tion." The University is very w
be continued. This occasion was part of the morning looking J' team to -Cambridge. Motion car- _and $400 from Minor Sports Fund. proud to have such a distinguish" I
Contlmied Page 8) I Both requisitions were honored. I visitor.
made possible through the influ- around' Harvard College. Con- ( on i

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(e -:- eJo oE- ..- aj, .... .- 'So[_""liK>-:-"..,7-/: ...-,..... .. Thomas B. Bird, 14 and '16, t !HHBBHH2RB: : !: Si! Sfif! !: fifi! :ft2ln.---. :

r .:. .--. > %- I has recently been elected to the i 1 THE PHIFER STATE: BANK
-E ti office of County Judge of Jefter1 1
.%- J1 i! 11hiLlL il 4!"'t i Nr."USe. :-1 1I son County. Florida. t !| GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA

:. I '20 Hubert Powel '20, ae- f .:.
,. ... : : .::: -.rL'. "
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t. + B. W. AMES ; compa*ied by his wife, were visitors i !5ijiifififiS! !: !: !-!i1fi! _. ;nr. [1-' I..
i f -in Gainesville during the past 1 I

I ....- ,.". ...... -.. & week. and were entertained at the 1
J, A ... tf $ ff 3f 5f *.- 5" ** "5" .*** 1
__ -- -- --- Miller i
n.' '- --- I home of Mr. and Mrs. ,.pa- !

TO THE NEW ELUMXIS I trian kroner which, as we go to i: rents of Mrs. Powell. After an I Ienjoyble I EVERYTHING TO BEST VALUB|
.x i t visit of week Mr. f PO.INTS
] B.-OW r Alumni skip this. it's press, is valued pt the ratio'oe one
over jour head 2.00 to a thin American dime, for i and Mrs. Powell returned, the first In Made-To-Measure Suit. Best Workmanship, Best PaV
j{ latest gradu- the ability of the most of tVse of this week, to their home in i I a
Now that you, I favorable prices-Suits $22 to $50 Tailor Made
ad keep the St. Augustire. j rics and most
ates from the University of Florida grand old men to get .
and Altcrnig
I together. They w'" Cleaning, Pressing
life organization -
have begun to serve your I
J x r sentence at hard labor and are be- join the Lions, the Rotary and Kiwanis '12 Chas. 1 I. Fisher, CountySuperintendent 'I' PHONE: 511
battle Club and ail the others that of Public Instruc-
r1 like the taste of -
ginnin gto
.'J i it i$; occurs to us that many of stage a regular weekly luncheon, I tion of Dade Co., is leadlrg a NICK DAl\'lATO-TAILOR

: --'you brand new alumni will be looking and get into the game, exhibitingfine fight in his district to organize t SOUTH. SIDE OF SQUARE
around for new fields to con- team work. But they cant the people of the state in behalfof J

arrange a luncheon place for an the 10 mill amendment. Other I-

"IXrf ):, quer.You, the University of Florida alumni organization, they'don't get County Superintendents are working i I Ir

t .' graduates, are picked men. You the hang of it. They will be quite with him toward this end. I c l

.L yourself were active in college life, willing to attend the regular luncheon !

so you went in for scholarship, athletics when arranged for by other, Mrs. Fisher has also been successful j COLSON STUDENT ROOMING HOUSES

:: politics, dramatics, society and these old bo/s, even if they do in causing a bond issue to

.:. or religion, according to your per- own up to being 'fair, fat and I be floated in Dade County enabling I
.. ( sonal bent. Your effort to maintain forty," keenly enjoy the associationof several new buildings to be I Nice rooms, twin beds, large closets, running

.. I on a high plane the 'rep" of the younger men, particularlythose erected. with shower baths and
gyp' s! your college has brought out in recently out of college. water in every room

{ j you equalities that helped place That is why Florida must relyon IIA ALUMNI ASSOCIATION Opposite Science Hall See
I the old college on the top of the the "Rat" alumni to supply sleeping porches. ?

;' t heap. the buoyant enthusiasm tha youngman's Recent work has revea pl a STANLY 'Agent at Mrs. Ramsey's
I ,
You are just the man the average viewpoint, fresh from the great work that is being carried

I alumni organization needs, campus and activities of school life, I (Continued on Page S..'tonO I
and where there is no such article, where college spirit is all in all I
needed that much If there is not an alumni organization -
you are just -- ,.
'. '; more. You have pep and punch, in your bailiwick, get in and I Ie + + + + + + + + -r.

Y understand how to get the fellows organize one. ..

pulling together, for you've done I PLAYER PIANOS! PLAYER PIANOS!
that for the four years past, and ALUMNI NOTES .
; there's little difference between '11 Dr. O. F. Burger is down I Ion

getting the undergrades together the East Coast, visiting Cocoa, I
., '. and getting the old timers out, ana; Titusville and Ft. Pierce, wherehe i We are Distributors for the famous KRANICH & BALI

.. believe me, the alumni will wel- is looking after the experimental and WURLITZER PIANOS, and PLAYER PIANOS. U

come you with open arms, for they work which he is conduct- ,i us furnish you with player rolls. We are also state-wide
ing at these places. Dr. Burger iI
know their failing. I
; c' The old men are too busy paying has obtained remarkable results ir r FLA. U. BOYS- distributors for HOLTON BAND INSTRUMENTS aid

t for gasoline and earning three with spray materials" in the con- l LEEDY DRUMS. Write for Catalog.

; L meals for 1 wife and 3 embryo trol of Melanose, which will be of !
:' Florida' 2 Tal- interest to the citrus growers of I :
I men with maybe the state. r\!. L. PRICE MUSIC COMPANY I
t lahasseeites thrown in for gool 1 I This is Your Store- !
I measure. These grand old men.
'20 Joe Dalton is back at school Tampa and Zack Streets TAMPA, FLORim
I ; aged 40 or thereabouts, iuit
I. the Alumni Organization. They registered as a freshman lawyer. Yoai're: Welcome
I have a whale of a time running After being out o! school two University Representative. W. J. Cody

k a household of three future FlorIda years, he has decided that law is -4 ..' 4,
the profession for him, so lie 'is
adolescent Florida
I men plus : *
Florida for here when in Tampa -
the Tmck back at another de
girls they to
so pass
; S $
gree. ffi S $ $
4 those middle aged men of thirty

.," k f odd who* themselves, are worrying blyi
'15 Sam P. Harn hu been pro- -When you need
their heads bald i& the daily grindof I
moted from Assistant Nursery In- !:fi
business or profession. Thus
the burden of responsibility for the spector to Assistant Quarantine Inspector | HEADQUARTERS
i success of the alumni organizationpasses and is now loeafcyi at Key Clothes we'll be glad

down, by easy stages from West. .
the older generation to the younifer II\ \ For Men's Furnishings --
'22 a T. Link Is located to serve
like new you.
father's pants, which, n
in Fort Lauderdale where he is
a 1ffi
the old song, "woul.l soon fit Wil
lie.:* It is up to the new men out connected with the State Plant Boys we have the right goods at the right price Drop
Board. :-
e 1 of college to take his placin the -

..; alumni organization, and to start I: .
14 Jimmie Kershaw
a former I
one if there is not one already ex-
isting.. Florida looks with confidence student, has been traveling around WOLF BROTHERS ,
the world quite a bit since he left L.. >0 '. .
i to active participation
your :n..
school. He is now married awd is :
1 in the affairs of the State and the .
JI' organization. living in Cocoa, where he is con ..
nected with the East Coast Lumber : : .. :; Tampa. \, j v m ,
4 Here's where the new alumnus h

?.4 ; can repay his debt to Florida: her Company. i 1 A. C. SMITH & .-' '{

can organize a new alumni organization I ; 3- 1
17 Harry E. Wood is making : .
r- -I t or help revive the old one '
I good with the Plant Board in Citrus SOUTH SIDE SQUARE .f
All the old alumni need is on' resourceful < ;:; "'f'w K !fj :
Canker work. He is located :
; now if i i
brother like
yourself to '
I in Fort Lauderdale. W .
designate the time of
meeting send
Captain Ralph L. Joynerand
out the notices, organize the meet- |
Mrs. Joyner announce the
ing by calling for election of of- birth of a daughter, VirginiaClaire, + + + .1. + + +- +- ., +' .:inictrictcirtctctr icirtc IE irifu-u-i-i r-i r i r ii ,_..................,*>,finrcKSraraffii&n
ficers/get old timer to nominate 5

t at the base hospital, Fort Sam !
'. for the combination of I
I Houston Texas, on October 21, !
t fice of Secretary-Treasurer and !
$$ $$
& f 1922. Captain Joyner is with the j"l1l
proceed in high. Signal Corps. l
k -Youll find the old alumni tha ix!

.::; most tractable men in the world, '22 Since his graduation fromU. MEET ME AT

i generally willing to attend any of F. in '22, W. M. (Bud) Till- !: ;'c.- .. .'
meeting of the Clan, if given due' <-
man been actively connected
L t j: notice followed by the usual elev with the Patological Departmentof II -
sl enth-hour notices and phone calls. the Experiment Station. Recently 1 : MILLER'SI: )I
They will usually E
come across; readily "Bud" was promoted to the t

< *, enough with the 'jack" for the Nursry Inspection Department, I *t
necessary expenses, including and is now taking advanced work 3

alumni dues and their dollar per with John R. Springer, '14, at Orlando II We Are At Your Service :&
i capita for the Alligator but between Upon completion of his -
you and I, I wouldn't give advanced study, -Bud" will begin f | No Place Like Home and Miller's
'# 4 a German mark, in fact, I'll lower in his new field of work with

ii: the ante, I wouldn't give an Aus- Tampa as headquarters. inaraararaHaram!

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!I !ii sing Club, Bus sss accommodations, Pennants Postoffice, Stationery Toilet Articles, Drug Sundries, Barber Shop, Pres- '

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{ No1'Ball-Formal.16-Thepa Ribbon Society I The Woman's Serpent Dare Club was the .1 ;. ,
jjor. 17-Kappa Sigma Frat. scene of gaiety on the evening of <<' .'"-' :, ::
Dance-Informal. Oct. 26th, when the Serpent Rib- I'' .- : ,;;': .-- i
Kov. 18-Thepa Chi Frat. Dance bon Society of the University en- 4:::

...Informal. tertained at a very enjoyable 2
Pec. 8-K. A. Annual Rat Dance dance. Splendid music was furn- : STEIN CLOTHES ; ;
_Formal. ished by Swanson's orchestra, and / :
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until a late hour dancing was en- .
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joyed by the j>:
people who attended
young :
S. A. E. Hallowe'en Ball Brilliant : : .
Event many of whom were visit- 30. $35. $45 .
'. .
ing young ladies, having come
from Tallahassee e ;
Jacksonville :
Unusually brilliant and thrillingin Tampa, and other parts of the, I. ., Specially designed for the straight, slim figures of Varsity men-tailored 8

every respect, the annual Hal- state to witness the HowardFlorida : to look as good in the showdown as they do in the showcase. Some of the : -
lowe'en Ball, given by the Florida
models have
game. inverted-pleat backs that finish with a belt.
Upsilon Chapter of S. A. E., has The I.' .
pretty event was formal,
come and gone. For a total of the evening gowns worn by the I Some have bellows shoulders; also belted. Some have patch pockets that ..

i four and one-half bourse the worM I ladies and the dress suits of the I : button through, other patch pockets are plain.] Some are two button. Some
all its cares were forgottei '
and I three button.
men creating a lovely picture. are lo:
and lifted out of the ordinary to
t' conspicuous
the "Realm of joy and makebe by green collars and ties. I : All in all it's a showing that reveals the finest in fabrics and finished make- .. : _

heve." At eleven o'clock the masqueraded During the evening delicious bxinship. Extra value is, of course, to be expected. i
guest slipped off their Ii fruit I .
punch served
was by the }
I mantles of concealment and re genial hosts. Refreshments, consisting I i Super-Fine Ederheimer-Stein Suits at Fifty and Sixty Dollars .
i the thrill and of .
velled in pleasure
': of fruit salad, sandwiches, : K" .
the gala occasion. The spirit of I and coffee I .
;'1 were enjoyed during a 4 ..
! the evening affected the orchestratoo thirty minute intermission. Programs i '"i'/ '" EVERYTHING AND BOYS WEAR"Porter
who came in gorgeous cos- ,II -
were neat affairs done *n :" "
tumes of orange and blue and inspired green with the word "Serpents" I. :
the merrymakers until in silver letters diagonally acros .
every member called for three or top to bottom. J :
which were graciously : ,
four encores I Chaperones were Dr. A. A. I '
responded too. Murphree. Captain and Mrs. Ryder .
Lavish to the limit were the I Mr. and Mrs. I
A. Shands
and I <$> "
beautiful Hallowe'en colors odor- Mr. and Mrs. Co.
Finley Cannon, Clothing .
ing the interior of the 'V omain' :i Officers of the society are W. I'.' .; l"

Club. The stage was artistically i I{ T. Davis S. A. E., President; T. ,:
screened with the colors and the 'I j F. West. A. T. 0., vice-president, I \ '
large Greek letters S. A. E. placed and A. E. Jones P. ,- .
j A., -
I secre'I''I' t ,
in the center above. Overhead tary and treasurer. The .:
lights were shaded with oriental I tee on arrangements for the dance I :' ,:
lanterns made of narrow strips of I were. K. G. Little, K. A. chair- I : !

fringed crepe paper which casta 1- man; J. L. Jackson P. KA., ,J. I '..,. .:
weird scene' over the forgotten Williams, A. T. 0., B. D. Hart. I e -
world below. Wicked ghost-like i ridge, L. A. E., S. L. Gaskin, Theta I S
witches, shy black caps, and Jack J Chi; and Glover Miller E. H. -
ol.mtersn adorned<< the windows j I .... 9 .. .4 .. ,

and doorways.It Mrs. West Entertains Alpha I
E would require all the columnsof Omega of A. T. O. !
this editor to mention all the The members of the Alpha Tan i
fancy costumes, each of them be- Omega Fraternity were the htpi i
ing cleverly designed, several of py guest of Mrs. T. F. West, and
them being particularly beautifuland her son, Franklin West, a\ their
characteristic of the occasion. cozy home on West University ave : v y f a f(
Besides; the costumed dancers there nue, Monday evening. Beside the !r w

i was a number of spectators f ple. I A. T. O. chapter, representatives
of other fraternities and *!.n young
striking feature o* the evening 'I ladies from town were invited. }i
t was the Hallowe'en exhibition The house was spaciously decorated 1 '
dance given by Miss Daraldena I with Hallowe'en colors, vitrified brick: pave. I
Murphy of Miami who so admirably t during the evening favors in the SERVICEABLE
expressed the poetry of motionas form of whistles, and tiny tubes of than a quarter of a i;
she flipped here and there as I candy were given out. Several
though on wings. peppy selections of HatIo .e'en wit century old [:r' numerous. Long life.

Misses Willie-May: Lang and Ada I were rendered by the guest. Immediately is characteristic of well-built brick''
Hiers of F. S. W. C. were indeed after the reception, an
regal jn their charming attire as, t informal dance was enjoyed at the pavements. So is little or no yearly
'Hal'oween Brallet Girls." A. T. O. House.
Miss Clemantine Baker of Jacks' I maintenance and repair cost.VITRIFIED j

ville was charming as "The A. T. O. Informal Dance 0: _,. ... -
Pi cock," while her sister, Miss The final social event' of this
Hi.len Baker, was "Queen of the week was the pop dance given bv
C 9 lie: Carnival." Alpha Omega Chapter of the A. T.
,Att'-ct"e Spanish dancing girls! attended by the usual society con.
3 \\tre Misses; Mary Parker McCraw, i O. Fraternity Saturday evening a.
1\I:1'Y McCormick, Ruth Templeton, the Woman's Club. The dance \va r i.
.1. and Velma Shands of Green Cove tingent in town and the visiting t. ,3
, Sp rings: while -the Misses Jea. I girls here for the Florida-HowarJ
Wadley, Evelyn Beasley, Louise game, and other social events.
Momand Ethel Home were, I A peppy dance program was PAVEMENTS :
od+i,:table "Little Girls.? rendered by Chilis orchestra.
Misses i Sarika Lake, Marion I l Chaperones for the occasion "
Ew.i I L' d J Tessie Glass were pre;tynoIVs t were. Prof and Mrs. Black, Capt. are inexpensive: pavements because
MISS Helen Hawkins servt ami Mrs. Ryder; Me. A. P. An s
,j i te spirit of the morn in a thong and others. they last so long _and cost so little for .
v:h'io;' riding suit. Fruit punch and wafers went t
Jl'Hbme Batterfly" Miss EthelD served. annual up-keep. By reckoning over a IJ

lL n, and the Scotch Lassie, I
of will '
period paving taxes
Ms: Betty Cole, and Miss Laura Methodist Banquet Planned years, your : s
i t. H" wings and Alberta Murphree as The Annual Methodist Banquet be reduced if the streets and highways i
4" 'h Ballon Girls" were very much which is given every year by th* "
a :aimed.I Baraca Class of the Methodist of your community a.2.irfaced with ;
l I Costumes noticeableamojjg ths Church will beheld sometime the;,, vitrified brick. v" J
t Young men were, "The Sheik," 'first of the second semester. 'Th i
Clirton Burbridge, "Spanish Danc members of the class usually in- c _
';' er" Jimmie Clark, "Little Boy vite ladies of their aquaintance in f
Washington George Stanley ana the city which makes the banquet NATIONAL PAVING BRICK "
Blue," Stansel Taylor, "George that much more enjoyable.Dr. I

others. Enwall, teacher of the class, MANUFACTURERS ASSOCIATION J =
Chaperones were, Dr. and Mi's. and the entertainment committof ;
C. L. Crow, Judge and Mrs. B. D. which Russell King is the chairman : -
Cleveland Ohio
Biers, Mrs. R.. L. Lang, Mrs. W. are now making plans f cr the ,
TiV', Avera, Mrs. A. P. Anthony of affair. This year the banquet will
Jacksonville, Mrs. G. S. Ramseyand be staged at the White House.
others. Plans are being made for at leas M

During intermission a delicious two hundred guests, and a numberof t
supper was! served consisting of distinguished persons from the
thicken salad, cheese straws, potato University and outside will be LowCost
chips, salted nuts, and coffee. there.

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i 1 .- -- THE FLORIDA ALLIGATOREntered ----FARR- -LITERARY-- SOCIETYThe --, ........... .. .....

last Farr Litt meeting was FROMI -
as second class matter, September 29, 1912, at the Post the scene= of a lively debate on the I -
'' t office at Gainesville, Florida, under the acts of March 3, 1879. question: "Resolved, that the i THE SEMINOLE SEED COMPANY I
present tarif is beneficial to the I!
-y -- country! The affirmative sponI I GAlrvs\ILLS.. LORID.\

FREDERIf H. LANGWORTHY __________ __________Editor-in-Chief sored by L. O. Stephens and J. M. J ........ .. $ ... ..

i ROBERT WRAY ____--_____...____.._..___________...______.:___.._Managing: Editor Boyd,, was finally awarded the 1 -
awl I -
HUBERT WEEKS ________________________ ___....Assistant"s Editor Wayne decision A.over Cooper R. F.of Vaughan the Negative =:::;;;;;

r R. A. CARLTON ___---_______________.__-_.___--____________-_.___---__-_,-Sport Editor by a two to one vote. I' _== ,,",c"'J! _Aggressive Merchandisers 1 -- --

t_ \V. RUSSELL KING ..________._--____--._________-________..:..___...Make-up Editor The Society seems to be pos- I

_=; K. K. HANSEN ________..._._-_._._.__.._..._-____-......._..-_.._..._____...Joke Editor sessed of excellent debating ma- I .. -
FRANK ELMORE, EDGAR BUSBEE ______._Society Editors terial this year; and this fact, ;

B. W. AME$ _____-___-_.____---_---____.....-..____.......:__.-....._,-..Alumni EditorN. coupled with the unusual interest !
D. St. JOHN __.____-____--___...__--_____________--.--Exchange Editor ensic taken art by, its bodes members evil for in its the int.rsociety for-- A Man's Suit that. bas Fit

r yirgil M. Bradshaw .______..._____.._.___......_....._____ _____.Military Editor antagonists. Peabody I
'; Reporters: Franklin West, G. H. Bee, W. Emmons, B. Gamble. Club, the first opponent, has submitted .
UsnerDon C. Booth, R. E. Glenn, C. D- Keen, G. A. :Martel, J. D. the question: '"Resolved I
ti w that the United States Congress
Sibert, Possesses Quality and
should prohibit strikes on the part at
of all employees of railroads engaged I
HORACE WILSON ...................__.._.__.._...._____..__.Business ManagerD. in inter-state commerce;" '

A..-RADIBO' .__....____...__._____.-______..Assistant Business Manager from which the F. L. S. Debating "
.l' Council has choserv the affirmi-
tive. The tryouts will be held on I I : a Reasonable PriceSmart
: F '- "FLORIDA" FOREVER! Nov. 14, and every member is :

z I All day Friday and Saturday the eyes of the entire South urged to enter if possible.The I
program was concluded by
_[ and North were upon the University of Florida. From the smallest two' very interesting talks, W. S.

1 t:: hamlet hidden deep in the pinewoods, to the smoke-rimmed Middleton on "The Turkish Situation with absolute assurance of its
appearance performance .
and Russeir King on "Judg
,k skylines of the nation's greatest cities, men and women paused ""
ing Debates; both of whom diF-
I 1. a moment in the day's work to wonder at that aggregation of played through preparation and a '
features of these Suits of which
are we are
1'1;: I. manhood who fought to the las tounce of their reserve strength complete understanding of the subject I' especiallj '
to uphold the glory of the old South. Let it be said that they matter. ', '
!: fought creditably, gloriously; and the valor of their efforts was A short business session ensued; proud! I'
in which, G. H. Bee was electedto ',. :: : .,
fk F;: something beatuiful to behold and long to be remembered, and I fill the office of Reporter left '.i

I, : the world will not soon forget!! vacant by Mr. Wise, and Russell

,! Now the game is over, and clothed in the glory of their new King was chosen captain of the EDERHEIMER-STEIN & PELHAM SUITS'
I Arts and Science forces for the
i achievement, the 'Gators will shortly come home. And above the cross-country run, with K. K. Han. 1
i : pines, the oaks, beyond the rolling brown and tan of Florida sen as assistant.
:" fields-the Orange and Blue! The Orange and Blue, hammering -

r, the sky with its glory and beauty'undefiled! Somehow, in the -
= = I at25,3250 to3750SIZES
t strength of that wonder team and that spiritual loyalty which I------ ,

I is Florida's own the proud romance of our college comes closer. II

We feel nearer than ever before to the master ideal. We have
: If : had our proving moments and have not failed. We have had our I f 1'. I I
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; r moments of sorrow and triumph, and we have known the almighty \, I 34, 35 AND 36

,:'- glory that sweeps; through the hearts of men when the ; I
"I Young: Men's 2-PANT
: i", name of their beloved college is breathed in a husky whisper jy l : f T- :

;; from hearts too full to speak aloud. And lastly, power has come i ". .1.--One, Cot' One Vest, Two Trousers. '
: and sat openly with us.on campus and in classorom. In the eyes JUST It
;. of the greatest of all critics, the world and God, we have become ; I Seams piped with silk, hand ,
; and shall hold worth forever and
' i worthy we our ever I sport back, 4 pocket with finished'at 28.50
' t Yet it is not that "Florida'"*is great only at great moments.We lap.

can keep the level. The world shall never see "Florida" at i'l

her best but that it will continue to do so, for to the men of this

: college and the men of this spirit it is the extremes that prove I

life, not the highest moments. We are keeping the level high;

t 1 we are keeping the high level. We are with those who never turn "R-r-roll Out!" ,

{; their back, but march ever forward into their rightful heritage, I Lion I

; and who never doubt for a moment that somewhere: in the clouds hikers I There's a [Ft. PilFERS Custom ,
J:. is the rainbow, shining for them with its promise. It is wonderful and tang to
ii to be alive in It is something tremendous to the air! Y'ho!for a hike! A Collar!

tI' be alive on the campus of this American college. It is more wonderful snug cap,a pair of knickers,
and a sports sweater do the
'n'; still to be a living part of this brave "Florida" and upon trick! And talking about "SELL FOR LESS"A

t '. the foundations which our predecessors have made to be adding sweaters-we've a limited .

L l{ our little bit toward that greater "Florida" of which men have number of beauties at rock-

i ::1:; dreamed for years. Just a handfull of years ago, a few men had bottom prices! Also caps.
L' B a dream and saw a vision of an educational institution arising And knickers! -I-, =
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from the bare sands of the pinewoods, and with that faith which .
Navy and
is the gift of divine power they started building their dream. Orange.

Weeks lengthened into months and months into years, and ever Slip-Over Sweaters I
these men labored, labored until their burden at times seemed : SECURITY

i I' to bear them down. With that faith and that indomnitable de- .' $10.00.'"-.,VStratford : .
:j termination, and that vision of an ideal- before their eyes, they i ; f An investment in a Kirschbaum guaranteed -
F : '. kept the level high.and are now seeing the dawn of that era for
h' i l;I, which they have given their best. I all-wool Sport or English Suit
o. f. Men of Florida, hold to your ideals! Our institution is built K 25.00 to 4500.

:, r of unconquerable determination, of grim striving for the master and .

\ ideal, of divine faith and whole-hearted love, and a house built Society Brand"Clothe i &, .
.: upon these rocks can never fall. Today we are lost in that blaze 'NUFF SED

- T1 of loyalty and enthusiasm that has swept the state from end to : -

end. Tomorrow, next week, may come a greater flame, or the .: I Burnett THE Clothier

I ; smoke upon our altar may sink low for the moment. Yet, come

what may, we must.hold to the ideals of those who have gone before See Our Agents I
; and the standard for and i '" """'"."." -
never drop they set us, never -- _
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waver from the path they have trod. Ever forward, ever striv- Frank Evans and s

ing, ever victorious and ever glorious, men of Florida, Hold,True! ...
WiDJe Morgan t
Every class of vocational men in the university sent a telegram n, V
r:*. i : to the team Friday or Saturday. Were it not for the fact "" ;:8 Thomas HallHARVEYS Scatter Sunshine with Christmas CarS

that,the U. S. Veteran's Bureau forbids absences of any kind, I
14 there would have been some few ex-service'men right at the t remembrance that touches the hear

,4 game, loyal as any 'Gator. It all goes to prove that Vocational 0 nSale
t Ic to
F ,$1
students as a body have shown that they are earnestly at work

R 1 and are catching every day more and more of that contagious 24 Forsyth St.JACKSONVILLE t
I "Florida" spirit.Hie Alligator wants every one of our eleven I FLA. NORAH(
xr; hundred students working whole-heartedly} and harmoniously together I ,

for a Greater Florida. A long 'Gator for the whole blank- \\t---
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I[. I REHABILITATION DIVISIOX'I I -- : ":: Itili f i.J.Jf J Jf

-SPORTS' The Florida f H! ,:..,
pleasure in giving a column io I '. ;< I '"
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the ex-service men among us who i UNIVERSITY MEN f tf, .,i
have suffered in the World War ., .. 'f. r! i
and ( ",: ,'. I '1:
are now making rapid advance f '
I along educational lines. The ';:: ;r:" :>' : I f 1'
. '. -- I Alligator wants to see every one I Demand Value and style, / 0',
;;;;;; Syraruse *>, Nebraska 6. I RAT PEP :MEETINGLast I of out eleven hundred students ,', I i '
Society Brand Clothes :
0. f ;
ill .. Yale 7 Brown w working 'whole heartedly and harmoniously : _
org 3 Tech 21, Clemsoro 7. I Wednesday: night, the regular I ; together for a Greater Ha'nan Shoes, Manhattan Shirts i ; Knox,Hts ... ij .
At New York W. and! J. 14, Lafayette ] night for Open Forum Florida. 1 :
a PP :
13 I meeting was held in honor 3f the: I _u Are featured lines in the Giddens tolae r _
24, Florida 0. New Comers f
Rat team which is to play Georgia ,.. :. :
High 24, Duval 0. .The Vocational students Mail Ordors ,S cia1ty '-Y. .. '" .
Steele I Tech Rats on Saturday. Altho this following a ;>. ;" ;: ". : ...
Virgina 22, Washngton and Lee meeting did not equal in attendancethe I have entered during October: -: .. ," ', 'IrLt; '
Benford, C. B III -
i Agriculture S. J.
Cornell 56, Columba 0. Thuisday Varsity the pep old meeting' held on Anderson, R.1.. Bonner, S. H. ". ...,,- ,,,'."" '-'.:..".. ',-", ,' A o ; :J;t } : .
Fliroda : '-< .
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South'Carolina 6, Sewanee 7. there just as strong as ever.spirit was I Edging, C. H. Whiddon, Frank I .....'"'.." .;.."" ,'.- ,' .'i.. : ', ''1. 'i J. b''
i Trinity 7, Ogelthorpe 6. Eve''edge, T. J. Guthrie, R. F. I "
I Notre Dame 27, Indiana. 0.. ,. The first speaker of the eveningwas I Whiddon; Law: C. E. Ware, J. <<'. ,1 '; I? .. ;
i Bill ard, who gave a fin talk : ? ,: 1 ', ;, j ,
Pennsylvania 7, Alabama 9. Dalton, F. F. Fosseen; Engineering "
: Columbus, Ga., Georgia 3, on school spirit. Coach Acosta gavea : >
At :, N B. Hicks; Machine Shope: c:1.: ; :
short talk Rat .
Auburn 7.Ihter.County. on team, and A. C. Bristow, D. A. Boone, ,J. W. : '+''<" .
in his forceful way told what the Hamm. Fellows, get acquaintedwith ; J ,i
Rats )were going to do to Georgia. ; : <
Volley Ball Schedulefor these and make
new men
Year iq Tech. Captain "Horse" Smith of them feel at home. HENRY GTDDENS CLOTHING CO. :, Ti! I .Y
The following schdule for the the Rat team spoke *ew words on ; :

1922 Inter-County volley ball behalf of himself and his team- Honor Roll TAMPA, FLORIDA !
games has been arranged: Preliminaries mates. The meeting closed with The Honor Roll for October con ; .
will be played on Nov. cheering and singing of the Or- tained sixty-one names. That :s ,I fi i I i.;;; ,!' >
t 15th:and 16th between the following ange and the Blue. a good record"'but not' sufficient. II i! 1 r iL j tII t-.
teams: Orange vs. St. Johns, When we remember ,that the re- r
Duval vs. Pinellas; Alachua vs. Read Gator advertising. (Continued on Page S> _. ii L J : -,

Hillsboro, and Union vs. Leon.The ;i, t. '
Semi-finals will be played on the II ;I ,I .
twenty-first and the championshy I i iBURKHIM'S II i :;\\ ; a
,i will be decided on Nov. 28th. All PODular Goods at Popular Prices at ",' -, ". .o ,f ;,

ames will be played at the HGym" ,..!. I \' t.-:- :C'i f ;
at 7 p. m.Loosers. I j jW. I I'f Tit 0 M GILBBA7'S : i L>:r
I D E M jt C AT Er i ;
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will play off the preliminaries f.. .. t:
on the 16th of November. '... .. ow, i"
\ Semi-finals will take place on I F,tE
the twenty-third and the consola- ;,! .

tion championship which counts as N. A V ERA WORD MONGERS'W'CHATTERING ;!
third place will be determined on
the twenty-eighth. Prizes will be
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awarded and there will be much Tailoring Cleaning* Pressing, Dyeing. Odorless dry cleaning. We BARBERS""Word .
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rivalry for them. make all kind sof alterations,.and repairing and give'you''a fit. We 'i f
The Inter-County volley ball : J
dye to live. 2
games are considered preliminarytraining mongers" and "chattering barbers Gilbert ,
for basket ball later on. flf t
Other advantages are that it promotes 233E.l\lain St. South. Phone 415 called those of his predecessors who asserted that a ;

a closer relationship between I wound made by a magnetized needle was painless, that H i if .
counties of .
the: the State and ep- f
Co 1. a"magnet will attract silver that the diamond will draw '
jourages a friendly spirit of cooperation : ., : il'
$ $ iron, that the magnet thirsts and dies in the absence of it '

All men are urged to show their I x iron, that a magnet,'pulverized and taken with jjweetened i;1
county spirit and,come out for In- GATOR CAFETERIA |
ter-County; volley ball.:) The best water, will.cure headaches and prevent fat. ,t
man wins and the question is will AT COLLEGE INN

I you be the best man or an "inno- yjJfi i
I'i cent bystander' who didn't have yj CAFETERIA SERVICE. I Before Gilbert died in 1603, he had done much to explain i
' the time to make his county feel Short Order Service'''' _-.'......_____-_____7:30 A. M. to 11 P. M. gigj t magnetism and electricity through experiment. He > j -
proud> of him?
'it t t The schedule as arranged by Dr. MEAL TICEETS __u_.._________........_.........nh'.n.n..54.25 S I found that by hammering iron held ,in a magnetic iI '
j Manchester is as follows: Orange I meridian it can be magnetized. He discovered that the ,

i,s rs. St. Johns; Pensacola vs. Dade; | A. A. ACKER Prop. | : compass needle is controlled! by the earth's magnetism ..' r
;, Duval vs. Pinellas; Alachua vs.
(! Ulsboro; and Union vs. Leo:!. I IiraraffilHffiffi i Hrain5 ss s $S $$ and that one magnet can remagnetize another that has

iI I i I lost j its power. He noted the common electrical attrac-

I iI Q O Q v .. .. tion of rubbed bodies, among them diamonds, as well

I __ .0 I.. as glass, crystals, and stones, and was the first to study -

,'". electricity as a distinct force. :_, ,"
',;. .
..:- '; .. .. '':-,; 'it. ,:; .

.: ., ',co" ;. ; ; "Not in books, but in things themselves, look for fi

: 1// knowledge," he shouted. This man helped to revo- 4 I;

lutionize methods of thinking-helped to make electricity -

we're in here with a great big wish for Good Businessfor : what it has become. His fellow men were little .

concerned with him .and his experiments. "Will Queen .

The ,Alligator during the year, for Success to followall : ,Elizabeth marry-and whom?" they were asking. -

of the teams of the U. of F. and health and happiness :

to all who loyally follow the Orange and BlueFURCHGOTT'S Elizabeth's flirtations mean little to us. Gilbert's, i .
method means much. It is the method that has made 'i ;

'..... -- modern electricity what it has become, the method which if' I

k-x MEN'S STORE : enabled the Research Laboratories of the General If

Electric Company to discover electrical I {
*?j '". ? principles !
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,-, Jacksonville Florida -- ;f JY now in for "
:>: :' ..' "" ,. applied transmitting power hundreds of miles t
'* ;. )'p' ':Ln ; in homes in 1'T '
lighting electrically, aiding physicians with (
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the X-rays, in freeing civilization from drudgery. #
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Start of second half of.first semester. Laundry until Deg St 1;

cember 23 (8 weeks) for $4. Get in on the new record. t

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K. K. HANSEN J. F. BLATT Nov. 7,1922DebatResolved- Vidal Drug CompanyFOR

+ + should be declared only by popular CANDIES,.SOUVENIR CARDS, WATERMAN PENS
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + Affirmative C. Taylor, C. J.
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Ve Don't Expect You" to See Cegb, the negative by McInnis Negative-F. H. Langworthy, L.

f f Through this One and Langford. The argument on S. Bonsteel. : THE UNIVERSITY BOOK STORE
They ay that its warmer in the i each side showed that the speakers Talk-Fater Conoley.

city than it is in the summertime, ers had prepared for the occasion. Tryouts will be held at regular t Basement Language Hall
4t Sot what r started out -to say was I The decision of the judges was hour on Nov. 14, for our debate
that at Rollins College, that W. K. in favoi of the negative. I' with Benton Engineering Society:

Iramiedge factory at Winter Park, I The critic is one of the important Resolved, that the United States New Line of University Jewelry and Stationery, Large
there is a rat who registers from attachees of Peabody Club. We I Congress should prohibit strikeson I
Greenville, S. c., and his name is are glad to boast of a critic that I I the part of all employees of t Assortment of Pennants, Freshman Caps, Memory

: JPerry* Greendome. has something to say. The criti- railroads engaged in interstate Books, Etc.

cism offered by the critic will commerce.
Headline in Gainesville News of have a great influence in makingthe ____ _
Recent Date club what is should be if rightly ----------
TAMPA'S RATS COST $100,000 observed. Each fellow should I Rooms With or without I: -- ----------..-..

LAST YEAR endeavor, and we hope he will, to t BoardCANOOCHEE } .... ................... .....
ti do his part so well that the only j I
; Ocr Rats have never been on the I
criticism left to the critic will be I LODGE I' SHOES REPAIRED
9 market: as far as we know, but for ''I
"well done good and faithful fel : 1 .
1211 W. University Ave.sw.osso.o.
i i r $400,000 we'd be willing to sell our i
-i t whole rat class exclusive of the rat I I -BY

3 footfiaff team and after buying -- I --,I I AMERICAN SHOE REPAIR
Plans for the Dade County Vol- COMPAQ
Dean Benton a Rolls-Ruff and I
4;. Frexy Murf a good.lIava.Tamp. !!, ley ball team were discussed at 1 J. S. BODIFORD ( 0

t -cd at back and amid a cloud of the regular meeting of the Miami I tI 9 and ( I : Shoes Called for and Delivered Work Guarantee;

} smote: from our own monogramm-" Club held in the "Ag" building I j COMPANYDruggists .

; ed fifty percenters, and await the Thursday evening. '"Hop" Won- I j t I TELL T. P. WINTER, AGENT, 35 BUCKMAN
ley was eelcted captain of the team : Phone 32 j
sale of the next-crop-of rats. and there was a considerable num- I aoI _______ I..... ..O ....

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ber of applicants for the
team. ,
We were at a lose to account for
Practice will be held Monday, Wednesday Everything Electrical I
t. the great crowds of rats that are t
and betwee nthe Greenleaf & Crosby Company
won't to clutter the hall on the Friday JOS. J. SEYKORAPHONE
second floor of Languag hall but hours Of 4 and 5 p. m. at a place to j t
I* be decided on by President Dav ';. 107 tt
its all clear now since we saw the I t : JEWELERS
were appointed ,
i sign outside of one of the doom: I
to arrange for the program the I :
I department of Nursery Inspection.
( club will give at Miami High iI II b Jacksonville, Florida
School and other .ui' fcchools in f
Y f We hand Roy Hoskins the amal- /

jrzmated, muciledge coated peanut the holidays.county xtefegvjSfc "Cta&tmas: i' 19:2 v). .}KODAK AS YOU GO I t Medals, Class Rings and Pins. Committees -
roaster for this little story whiche vAt t
i brought back from Archer. He the tfcKftm ttZS aS* Hudson in search of loving cups or trophies, :'
says that they have so much H Icier powers 7it TBPri3Xl. rk'iEranfr-:: t suitable for Golf, Tennis or other athletic :
ed to the "Ra .... "*fiH'mrt-
Over there that the water sup- f events will find it
I an easy matter toI
ply was cut off for two weeks and ing from the im ton of the last
c they didn't discover it till they hada t meeting 'earnedblood." A I I t Choose from selection packages which we
a and the whole few members had escaped the last will send
town nearly I II I gladly upon approval.
amt up. Roy says that Archer initation and, after gracefully I

' : is a fine town.i | draping themselves over a chair, Ii .. fC
----es- -
s -
; | received beautiful pink designs of : ec

i Walter Gunn;,-the k. student i I rectangular shape. Rat Cushman O O .4.. .. ,
I. "
1 j in particular was the piece de resistance {
"; presser says from the looks of the of the blood-thirsty for- I WHEN YOU EAT AT THE
lapoZ of the tugedos he had to
mer initiates and he received marked -
f I 1 press the morning after the Serpent KODAK Ii
attention. this the
I Following
: : formal, these out of town CAFETERIA :
I i t;. girls sure have the most wonderful I meeting adjourned-the old members .
to the domitories-the new t
!If'i' J complexions.__ i 'ones to the infirmary. I t tt Pictures about the : YOU GET

t ";, HELP US, TALLAHASSEE!!! t campus your classmates 4 A SQUARE MEAL

i Jr i AIl we want is Where, When and for example, with O at a

: How the rat in the shirt-tail parade S II 0 E S I theirsnug sombreros that o SQUARE DEAL

.l. .r last Saturday nite, got that grow smaller with each PRICE.

r': k',i' ray Jelkste(?).piece He of Had feminine'em. lonje- H B. M. TENCH H rain-are fun tc make .. +.....+ +
now and pricelessin
-Ye Joke Eds.
':1'. 0 Gainesville, 0 your senior year.

,I \' s' "Famous Combacks" You know, of course, that
;: It's hard to tell whether a rat E Florida E the folks back home would

l is downright intelligent or ujst 0, the ALL THE WHILEOur
f plain ignorant when he's asked I story-telling

t' whether he knows Mr. Thomas I S II 0 E S pictures you can send them. 1; ./..
: ; Hall and he that \::
says he surnhcl Picture the Kodak -
does because doesn't he go to see =--- ------ system of operation makes (,;- J
i life daughter Mess Hall every day? t- f way is easy and enjoyable. for exceptional values- unexcelled A

I tt| Sanitary Cleaning & j I ") Come inland we'll show you. -

SOCIETY AND C service. / \
: .I CLUBS'I| Pressing Club J "u""h f' I \
it AIIIDVi'pik KO4akr. ,- ,
\ Peabody Club j Opposite Star .:.: : '
Garage J -
I' $6..50 .
? The business session of Peabody lip > \\11)5
I f Club seems destined to like 4 .
1 pass J LET US CLEAN BAIUDHARDWAItE Suits-Hats-Furnishing \
I whirlwind. The program committee 'EM It { >, Goods / \;
.l' 5
allots five minutes to the l :_'_

i.k! btzsfncbs session and there is not | Dyeing and Pressing Also Phone. 7 BAILEY, THE CLOTHIERTAMPA
A'b' < :' Kor ume the time. Business is ;| Phone 675 j -
I : tear :acted in rapid fire style. J t <*:: -s3u *=a aI _.
; : The IHmentary drill on pri- _------ __ -
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t' ; arity of motions proved to those f
t,.f I pc <3oior: and to the members of I I tt

: "Xi the *;xuty that a second or thirl ELECTRIC SHOE REPAIR COMPANY, | We Are Bicycle Specialists

j. i- tit \\oul.': rot be wasted energy. f SHOES REPAIRED WHILE YOU WAIT I

:.;t ?Ice main feature of the evening I f fITY and Tennis
i r "WBS theEagle debate an the subject, tt t Racket DoctorsWe
I "Raealved: That for successful t SERVICE AND. QUA! OUR MOTTO I .

elo eom work the presentation ,'I employ U. of F. student help and deserve some

l f., of.object matter"as more",1m ., It.i STUDENT REPRESENTATIV -H. K/WINTER your patronage. Why send .
your rackets away for '
(than 0
thefelcctjfl of matt -
eeiaL" The firmate of the I 19 BU( IKMAN I If then wait.fpr several days and get I

d :+jmm was supported by Gyson ques artd:,"1 t......"' ,_ 't1 II I I work and finish? You probably -save two-bits, but df"tIt

=----------__- I II; pay in the long run? '

." y il ...........o ."....;;......1 We restring and deliver your racket in a few hRi 1S

r t Barber Shop I SPORTING GOODS : also refinish with shellac every 30 days free of charge-

c FOREXPERT t T Football Tennis BICYCLE WORK, f.

; I t of All Kinds 4 at very reasonable prices.
Izgain I '
If you call once you'll call 4> :

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... "Ii" there! on New Years .):.._;. TleI zI
IeV" I I main difficulty in ho 'r':, j: t"'e J FIRST NATIONAL BANK
rTi : {i S. I. A. A. ruin? T '",1-t post- I } Incorporated 1 I8SSj "
!raA : : :{ >:010"r ?::1.1"u'{ Pr". Ret! i- !
+ I t1'' fl., I j Capita! S1C3: ,o03 Surplus, $150,000 0 0j
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I with a \ H this obstacle, and getting I '- ....<;> ... ... ..... at. ... -.&

\\A ." 8 *_*_*_*_* +_*_,*_ > =.' t1- ... i A rf, .:.:. .:. J.a.. ..,.... ........ .,., I Miami a game between the Gators I!. !!iiiii/ilci"! !! / Jilf JinKfgffif f a a%-- ?
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some good University eleven. S5 '
AT N. C. STATE I { Along this! line }.
PERSUING either a Mexican battle, : I it might e added
a Spanish .
''I American battle or an Indian bst- that the Miami Alumni are daddy- | GAINESVILLE FURNITURE COMPANY I : I
1'e Carolina i State ing
North recently tIe in honor of the veterans of Hoigh School football with
[f.;:u the wonderful opportunity to I DeKalk county in these war the view of furnishing P'loridtV1t'h 5H $ '
parade( their R. O. T. C. unit be- I Major Falligant has decided to good football material.If Victrolas and Records I
'ore General Parshing at Raleigh i reproduce the Mexican battle. Th it proves impossible to securea tfiij
n a celebration given in his hoar I committee in charge is to furnish post-season game ii i Miami, the s !gi, ,
) there. In this parade were : the costumes for the occasion. If Association seems determined to { D. R. COX, Proprietor TELEPHONE 86 Q1
iI ome; companies of regulars and it is so desired that the R. O. T. C. land some exhibition of Florida entertainment ; $1 U m

I.4 ,he General was heard to remark stage one of these battles, they there and this wi'l'l I x S 3
hat the college men had the best f will gladly take advantage of this probably fall on the shoulders or
.1 me. To be complimented ty General j opportunity, and with machine the Masqueraders who will travel j $ i KSU5 !fHf !ffiffi5HS i -

:.1y.1j Pershing on military appear-i guns as Gatling guns .anu 37mm in the spring. No doubt the Masqueraders I .
mce is a great hoioian1 N. C cannons, representing the old would experience a new I ; '
State is justly proud of the show- grapes and cannisters, the, upper thrill with expectation of a trip i ST. PATRICK'S CATHOLIC CHURCH

'fei! ng they have made.AGA.'IXST classes who have had camp experience to Miami. This active tow* ;s I E. MAIN STREET, NORTH : {
and training will gladly certain to support well any Uni- I :
BETTINGThe demonstrate how a Mexican battle versity activities that can be staged I Reverend John Conoley, S. T- L., Rector ; I
< SHOULD be fought. -The '1 i there. "
Emory TELEPHONE 629 .- ,.
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sentiment of the college Wheel. '

Japers throughout the country is i i -o-ses.oQa
against the participation in bet. MARKSMANSHIP FOR CO-EDS I I t ; SCHEDULE OF SERVICES
college students. It threat. Ii i II SUNDAYS-10:30 A. M. and 7:45 P. M. i
ing by I i YOUR OR I II
sns: to lower the plane of sports Rifle marksmanship as one of I I WEEKDAYS-7:30 A. M.ALEX .
uch: as football and baseball to the major competitive sports for i I't BLADES t 1 1t .
hat of the bull fight and l prize I{ women is being inaugurated at the j t ---- -- -- -- Et .
ing. Sr-ne great coaches have University of Nevada this year. t Sharpened at about one- i i'I 11t ........ ..

a decided stand against this, Nevada is among the first to introduce third the cost of new blades 'I :" .
them Coach Yos Yost of this feature into the iI t CAFETERIA 0 H -

he University Michigan.. He women's athletic department. Thin' t SWEARINGEN'S e> FRESH-CLEAN GOOD : : },
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far few teams have i '
it breeds, disloyalty, eriti- been organize;
ism ays and lack of harmony among I in the West, and the prospects o? ''i AT IDEAL CAFE (s> : Here's the place to get : :
and successful competition with colleges i
he fotves of a university t t
; intar- of the East are favorable fo!* Opposite Fire Station what you want when <) <> .
commercializes games. It ___ .__
Nevada. I ITENNIS -- ca : ;)
with athletics and is hard -Exchange. I want it.
eers f I :you 4 ;
& .
n the players. I ,Q- > i
SHIPMAN-:\ : < <*> ANYTHING at ANYTIME 91 ii -
a tennis
playing has been
noticed lately. Studes I r ka <).. .. ..... t' .f;:
Mississippian tells us that keep it up, \
i'b'W lans, are under way to build u we need a lot of material for the i t I'i ---- '
concrete stadium for thtIthletic tennis team this year, if we are TYPEWRITERS $3.00 DOWN MARABLE'S STUDIO---l' Ii Ii't !
to be able to with
field'' of the Universityf tc.ope Stetson and Typewriter Repairing and I I' .
Mississippi. There are to be the University. Go to it! By the Supplies j ,'t "THE HOME OF GOOD PICTURES" ., 1+ r ii 3. ;
0e leven( sections each section fif- way, we.. notice from the papers THE BLOODWORTH TYPE. \ :t
that Robert Line, a former stud WRITER AND REPAIR
feet in length and nine rowsf I t
een t I
seats high. The student en- ent of Rollins, won the tennis sin COMPANYNext :\ I Official Photographer for University Publications. !
are doing the surveying: gles over Pomeroy at the Univer- Doer to Western Union I''f Kodak: Work' Returned in a Day '' : ;h

drawing of plans for this sity of Florida last week.-The Rol I? t r !. C" :
lins Sandspur. $ $ S S ''
tructure. i
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The largest drum ever built is on in Miami by the Alumni Association ,___________ __ ___ _ea. ......- to ; i
\vned by the Chicago University there. Among the men irost -r ; :
: and was first used at thvhioagoPrinceton active in this work are Clyde Vin- t. 0' .- I :
football game ing, '21V.. D. Payne 17; Van : *'

ist ift of Saturday.100 instruments It is part made of by- Huff, '21; and Frank Snsin. Bedding, Pillow Cases, .. .;: f$I 'f;. ;:. :, .

1. D. Greenleaf, an alumnus, tow The Miami Alumni AssocHtijn: Sheets, Blankets -,?' f: .f '
Chicago! University. The dn!mijrht has been endeavoring to land apostseason ::
feet one inch in diamete Gator football: l game I Ii RIBBONS-RIBBON NOVELTIES ::: ;.-:

as too large to enter an esprw I Iir i MADE TO SPECIAL ORDER '::- ,:

'WCI door, and the makers, the Conn ,Patronize. Gator AdvertisersJ f{ ;r
were --- --'-
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B and Instrument Company a
in an automobJ We Keep Everything for Your Room
f()rced to ship
fltr eight car attached to an express W. M'COLLUM & CO. We Cjrind Our Own Lenses

J t REVL- FOOTBALL PLAYERC. Agents for C ainesVille .1f // n-n

Liggetts and Norris Candies I II Bua1i I'Q

S. Wilson Mississippi, member College of the, Gainesville Fa I GAINESVILLEFLORIDA.GREETINGS .
S mior class in I
id: a player on the football teair.
aiv 'night- A. H. DoranFor s y

are"hile the wrestling other night with thought a he I Bicycles and Bicycle li ....."."' ............."' ''.

w as buckling the center of his Accessories ;

01]ponent's line, and with a tremendous 232 East Main Street South + ... -. ,
he fell from the I ..... ,- ,,--, .
plunge -.
double-decker and broke I'1" J. <>..,;L., o.. .
tc>p of a the :..'." "-.." ....j'.:> .
!hi is. nose when he landed on I : + ;
tc>p of a chair. The college phy- HEARST'S : : .tJ
and I '. 9f
cian was summoned at once '
irried his patient to a hospital soon : THE U. OF FLA. STUDENTS _
in i Jackson, where a surgeon "
bi onght relief to the injured lad. It \TLANTA CONSTITUTION < ..; IHft
is reported that he will be all right '
indc. a few days, perhaps in time in -PAGES OF COMICS 8 .

f IOtbalI> his part the next important : When in town make our headquarters your headquarters -

Exchange "On the Corner NightP. Every-Saturday + .-" We have a place for you to rest, with plenty of t; :a j,


EMORY SHAM BATTLEAn H. GILLEN, AGENT :. desk space. Come on in and let's put the, 'Gators on top. ., ; .. .

honest to goodness battle, <
n it declared by the senate, is tobe 'It .
fought on November 7 despite- I 11+ I !
tt K oft repeated statement of Cap- I TIFST K t 1 4
t Ira Sullivan that "The R. 0. T. C. 1 STANDARD CLOTHING CO.
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not to be called out except Intune j I i ;
of actual war." Zero hour t TAJIJOR :
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sooj r, but
-. Kashing, Che., China. I out this way. If any U. of F. IN THE TEACHERS COLLEGE gratulations. Keep up the we
I decisions as J P Will
4'* r work. j Jioi.t
fl May 6, 1922. man ever happens to be in Shang- I
Accidents ter than som
: z Dear O'Byrne: hai, I wish they would drop me a Dean Norman spoke to quite an con- You rr.e _
: I Prof. Bucholz (in a long Yet
j assembly of the people of Marion justiet-
i Three recent happenings have card as my work is only sixty ference): "Andrews, you are mar- ,
county in McIntosh Saturday, on this does not refer to
i brought about this letter. First, miles from this big Chinese port. 1 ried?" \:l
Equip- .
the Teaclung
subject the
'-i '. t the senior missionary of our station f Perhaps most of you fellows'j -t't mentThis: speech was full of 'Chester: "I wa3 when I left Dings. agriculturalDespondently
wrote me that he had just wonder what a missionery really interest and thoroughly en- home this morning." we fin 0
w i ;, visited Gainesville and had spoken j does and so I'll try rn a few sent- I joyed. Heard in the Vocational centerof dry. "Fresh" stuff nett

;' to more than a thousand students ences to tell you some of the thingswe practical industry, ;above the '

;1L at the University. Second, ;tWo are doing or tryfng to do. Inlour It was a large and interesting roar of the machinery: "Sixteen HARVARD ISContinued HELD ir tt
.p i copies of the 'Alligator floated out Educational rahs for Panama. Long bound -
I station we have audience that greeted Irofessor{ .
h ,, ;, this way, giving news of doing j ,work-a big high school of over W. A. Little- Saturday when he for Jax to attract"the prett' girlsto ( from Paae

'at my old Alma Mater. Third, 'f j three hundred boys; Medical work, J talked on "The Spirit of the Teacher the best booth at the! State siderable interest Waj
,Just received an announcement of where twenty Fair. throughout Boston
large hospital "
f a to the people of Bradford and tle!
-' 1--! the marriage of my old friend"Curt" j thousand patients are reatcd I I county at Starke. Universities of the

Crom, who! happened t-> ; t every year either in clinic or 2.3I f These Educational Talks are It is rumored that Yawyer Jennings the Nortl:
,. s j get a card from me-on his wedding in-patients; a-nd the Evangelistic I considered of the best of cities J. P. Caese to prove his outcome of tIti
S .. day. Don't you think these thrill I This I one parts the Gentlemanfrom and the nature of
4 work in which I am engaged. I the Teachers College, as they reach point. Probably fighting;
a.. thumps to justify a letter? '| latter work consists of three work- I many citizens of the state that the thickly settled regions I Florida men would show

i i Iwas especially interested ii i ing centers in the city, and about would not otherwise be able to of Okeechobee aspires to such r. Predictions as to the> __

the "Alligator" and the great progress | seventeen centers outside. My attend the lectures here in Gaines. lofty position as J. P. Good I from as low as 20-0 to 50-0,

1 j! of the old U. of F. A thousand work is mostly to be centered: in viIIe.I .
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students is certainly a lino I the city and is to take the< form of --
,: i record. The baseball number va- an* Institutional Church. At pres- -. ---ii- ---- -----....
Romer that
has reported
I the last ore to reach me and I ent this place is in a three anda I I JOHNSON'S PHARMACY
over 2,000 teachers at
are present
,',. }' was-much interested in it especially half storyed brick building, I members of the Florida Educational Drugs, Medicines, Stationery, Toilet and Rubber Goods

as I knew one of the members 01 i where we have English Night Association. .. I We guarantee personal attention to Prescriptions QJ

... x. the team, George ,Hartman, from I classes, a reading room, a bookroom !I It seems that the drive for 4,000 I I surest drugs used. Low prices. Quality consid3;;

7 ; my old home town, Pensacola. I I a recreation room. BasMQs : paid members will soon go over I Gainesville. Florida.
li remember that as a small boy he I looking after this I also teach in ------ ----- ---
the top and one of the big plan' --
l used to be a good pitcher and f I the boy's high school; act as I
our State Educators will be
-t; see that he has still retained his i treasurer of three different fund; I realized. -
s--0- -- .
-- -4I
;; skill. While I have had but few I run a motor boat; act as a sort of

!f opportunities out here to attend : real estate agent, renting and re- I of Dean Norman urges every friend i VISIT US EVERY DAY
Education to become member.
: many ball games, I still remain an renting houses; and when I have a

.! ardent fan and go when a gamefs I time I study the Chinese language REHABILITATION DIVISION"Continued t' THE LYRIC THEATRE

on within reaching distance. J which is harder than GreeK, Latin
You Know How ,
We Stand on All College Matters J
< The Alumni section, of course and Hebrew combined. While the f
( From Page{ Two.)
;, made the strongest appeal to met I senior missionary I mentioned I cord is 85 names, we realize we ------------------ .
Y f'1 t as it told me about a number of I above is at home I am also tryirjr I *
are falling
shy. Let's all put our:
fellows whom I had lost track of. to do some of the work outside of I I shoulders to the wheel and boost :--------.._------ -
{ I was glad to know that oM Dave the city. I preach and conduct I the total
to the
I hundred mark. Itcan t FLORIDA BARBER SHOP
'- White was still living and that"Gabby" services in Chinese nearly every I be done.
But only by hF.r.t
t. Knowles was still talking i Sunday. This shows that a mis- I I .work. "Don't flinch, don't ioul, t WEST SIDE SQUARE

that "Dummy" Taylor, football I sionary is not blessed with id'o but hit the line hard." : Guaranteed Service and Courtesy is our Motto
} f star married "Skeet" Thrash. time as some think.I .
was A number f*of the new studentsare I J. C. PREVATT, Prop.

F L'I -. er TV** still surveying roads, etc. I hope to pay a visit to the Uni- making the honor roll. Prom- -a -- -- --

: .- I etc. Cupid and the Stork seem to. I versity when my furlough is due m inent among them are Waldo, Neal -- -

be taking chief honors in the sec I 1927. With all good wishes to you Adams. A. H. Beck, Carlton, Clyatt,
i f tion. By the way I've also join*.l I i and to all friends and fellow Alumni Crutchfield, Culbreath
':. i the "Benedictine League" having I I am I Hodges, Honeywell, Johns, McNeil, Come a?d take a look at the new Gatorboy Oxford,

; .taken unto myself a wife, former- t' Yours in His Service Robison, J. B. Rouse, W.rren made

I. ': I ly Miss Elizabeth Leyburn, ofBallston I R. C. DOUGLASS. Weston, White Whitehead, Wiggins : -, on the swag last in brown, black and patent leath.

fi Va. Our first shield died f "PIGGY"P. j Willis. We will have to hard er at L. C. SMITH'S, South Side of Square.
'- at birth. r rI it I
to these I
new comers. Co
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noticed in one edition of the'Gator" -Special regards to "Lee"Farrell !

and "Pat" Johnston, and .
;-' i; that Fred Steele was out --

i'' _; ._near in these me as parts.Gainesville He is is near about New as! I John- Sutton. I I \*....................;. -..... .....& -.....- f...........

c =. l York, but I'm glad to know -that "Get your paper supplies fromD. I *

4 r some of the fellows are navigating I I II McDowell, 107 Thomas Hall." +

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