The Florida alligator ( August 10, 1917 )

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Title:
The Florida alligator
Alternate title:
Summer school news
University of Florida summer gator
Summer gator
Alternate Title:
Daily bulletin
Orange and blue daily bulletin
Orange and blue bulletin
Page of record
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v. : ; 32-59 cm.
Language:
English
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the students of the University of Florida
Place of Publication:
Gainesville Fla
Creation Date:
August 10, 1917
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Frequency:
daily except saturday and sunday (sept.-may); semiweekly (june-aug.)[<1964>-1973]
weekly[ former 1912-]
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biweekly (weekly june-aug.)[ former <1918>]
weekly[ former <1919-1924>]
weekly (daily except sunday and monday june-aug.)[ former <1928>]
semiweekly[ former <1962>]
weekly[ former <1963>]
daily
normalized irregular

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Newspapers -- Gainesville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Gainesville
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29.665245 x -82.336097

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 1, no. 1 (Sept. 24, 1912)-v. 65, no. 74 (Jan. 31, 1973).
General Note:
Summer issues also called: Summer school ed., <1915>-1920 and again in 1923; summer issues also called: Summer ed., <1921>.
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Has occasional supplements.
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Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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University of Florida
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University of Florida Archives
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Copyright Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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f' Vol. VI University of Florida, Gainesville, Wednesday, October 10, 1917 No. 3

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l/ STUDENT( BODY UAR8I ( CITRUS 8MINAR( RIS CONTRACT C fOR BIG u. OF f f. RAISING O G lAW.COlUG. GWILL( !




I H HONOR N R CODE READ AND IN SESSION N NON NEW GYMNASIUM 10OI $$100.00 fOR WAR1lllRRY NAVE[ A GOOD YEAR[




EXPLAINED IN OIl[ All THE CAMPUSLarge lETVERY( ( SOON N fUND DESPITE[ THE WAR





Rules of Conduct in Tests and Attendance .Is Expected New Building To Serve Two Pur- Library War Fund Committee Prof. E. C. Arnold Added to

Examinations Put Before Within a Few Days- poses Will Probably Be Completed Calls on State For $4,000, of Faculty-Librarian in Charge

Chapel Assembly-Serious- Two Tent ExhibitionsOn by Opening of 1918 Which University Is to Give a -The John Marshall Society

ness of Breach Is Impressedon ,
School Year Part
New StudentsThe
Tuesday! morning at nine o'clock
The College of Law opened with
President Murphree opened the 1917 The University of Florida is raising,
Plans for the new gymnasium are
very bright prospects. In spite of
code on which is based the i session of the Citrus Seminar. Preparations by faculty and student subscription,
and the
completed con.
rapidly being the large number of junior students
honor system used by the University lor a large number of visitors one hundred dollars for the Library
tract for the erection of the building
enlisted is
who have there a gratifying
-
of Florida, and the penalties for vio- to this annual affair have been will be let In a short time. War Fund as its share in the million attendance. The places of the

lation of the regulations were readto made, as last year about four hundred ollars expected to be raised throughout
The gym will stand to the west of men who have answered the call of
the student body during chapel people attended. the Experiment Station. Like all the the country. The money will go to<<>> their filled
being by
country are new
hour Thursday morning byV.. E. The purpose of the seminar is to other buildings on the campus it will the Library War Fund Committee, faces, a number of men with advanced -
Stone, member of the Student Executive ring before the fruit of for the of libraries
growers thb be built of red brick and the style of purpose providing war standing from other universities
Committee and one of the foun state new developments in the citrus near the front tfor American '
architecture will follow that of the being in attendance. On account of ,
ders of the honor system in this Industry and to give the growers the soldiers and sailors.. 4
older halls. It will serve as a gymna
; its large enrollment of mature men .
school.
opportunity to get first hand advice slum and an auditorium, and will be The State of Florida has been and college gratuates, the law school
After reading the entire code and
,
from men who are competent to explain feet wide and asked to thousand dollars
one story high, sixty give four last year suffered greater losses of

the penalty provisions Stone went. and advise concerning the new one hundred feet long. There will bea the raising of two'thousand of which students: on account of the war than
over it a second time, sectionby
conditions that are constantly aris- basement under the whole building will be undertaken by the cities 01 the other colleges. The old boys,
section and explained what
ing. :in which the lockers, dressing rooms, Tampa and Jacksonville. The rest who otherwise would be back, may
f
each 'part meant, in order that there
There is a most Interesting program baths and team rooms .are to be located of the money will be gotten through be found in practically every branchof
might be no misunderstanding of it of lectures to be given -
by leading as well as the offices of the the state. military service. Many entered
by the students. While the readingwas men of the state and country, which
coach and the Athletic Board. President Murphree has appointed the training camps and received commissions
going on, the faculty members attending
will be supplemented whenever prac- On the ground floor of the buildingwill Professor O. C. Ault to get the faculty in the new national army.
the chapel service were absent -
ticable by demonstrations. There are be a stage twenty-eight feet wide donations and T. O. Otto, H. H. Despite the decrease in attendance

from the hall. also extensive exhibits in the Agricultural and nineteen feet deep, with two DeSilva, and Marcus Brown those of the law school is making marked pro-
Stone called attention to the fact
Building and under the two
dressing rooms nineteen by sixteen the students. Many demands are being in material There has
gress ways.
that the honor system had been a success big tops, as well as the farm and
feet each. A large hall will take up made on the civilian population been added to the faculty Prof. Ean

from the start, and that only grove machinery shown on the adjoining the remainder of the ground floor nowadays, but we must get used to it C. Arnold of the University of Idaho,

one case had come before it last portion of the campus. space being eighty feet long and and give whatever we can to help who is a man of great ability and

year. As there was only one witnessto Some of the growers in attendanceat having the same width as the build- he cause and the boys who are fightIng sterling character. His presence greatly i
the alleged breach of honor and
,
the seminar, who wish to pursue ing. Chairs will be placed here for for us, even if we have to scrimpa strengthens the already strong ,;
tbe accused man denied his guilt, ha the work and investigations further,
occasions when the building shall bb good deal to do it. faculty and makes possible the offering J
could not under the provisions of the
will enter the Seminar School which
In as an auditorium, and they
I use of the subjects listed In the catalog i f
code, be expelled from school. was established two years ago and will be removed when the floor is under the three cunicu-

To give or receive illegitimate aid in which short course is offered that year
a
wanted for basketball or other in. OMPUIIIONS [fOR THE lum. Florida University will be the
in connection with college course, '-
any gives to those with practical experience door sports and exercises. Eight first three year law school in "the

and to fail to report any such givIng a chance, so to speak, to look
hundred and forty people will be accommodated RHODES SCHOlARSHIP State. This change will place the
or receiving illegitimate aid which through the microscope a little. The in the hall itself while
Florida University Law School among J
one may witness, constitute the two men will do laboratory work which two hundred and fifty more can be
the leading institutions of the coun
breaches of the honor code. will help them in their growing when seated In the gallery which will extend NOW ON AT DELH[ 1.

The maintaining of the system rests they return to their farms or groves. entirely around the main hall try.For
the first time in the history of
with the student Executive Committee The course consists of the studyof
ot
making a total seating capacity
the University, the law library is in
which is composed of five vot- diseases, pests soils and fertilizersand hundred. A running
eleven
nearly Men of Florida Who Seek The charge of a skilled librarian in the
ing members, the chairman to be the About forty
grove management. be built In the
will
track probably
Liberal Annuity Are Hard ate person of Mrs. C. S. Jackson. She ,;
president of the combined senior this
enrollments were expected year,
later
gallery on. it Winner Be Named After will have charge of cataloging the nu-
classes and the other four to be -
representatives but owing. to conditions arising at Although the appropriation for th '
volumes and will conduct the i
from each of the fou thp last moment the number was reduced building is $70,000 it is not likely that War Conditions Settle merous
Increasing correspondence of the col
college classes. to twenty-three. very much more than one-half of this

The Honor Code in full is as follows amount will be used in the biginning: I The competitions to decide the lege. ':
One of the benefits of the law 1,
Committee upon all matters must be the remainder being reserved for additions Rhodes scholar from Florida begana school is the privilege of attending :

SECTION I. unanimous. to be built later. In.the plans week ago today at Stetson University -
and taking part in the meetings of the
BREACH
OF HONOR SYSTEM
another wing is provided for when at DeLand. The scholarship j.
4. It shall be the duty of any student John Marshall Debating Society. Thisis
1. Either giving or receiving illegitimate witnessing a breach of the Honor the growth of the University shaH which carries an annuityof
one of the roost! prominent organizations
aid in connection with
any it.GATORS three hundred pounds or about
warrant .
System first to secure another witnessto
on the campus. Many benefitsare
-, college course. $1,500, at Oxford University, will not
the breach, whenever practicable, :
to be derived from the society,
t 2. Failure to violations
report any be awarded until after the war, in all
to :
but in all events, he is promptly FLOCK TO the
) of Section I, Article 1. which is evidenced by fact that j j'all
report said breach to the Executive UNCLE SAM'S COLORSAt probability.To members of the law school immediately l'I '

'' SECTION II. Committee of the Student Body. No hold the Rhodes Scholarship, the I upon matriculation, affiliate

PENALTYi student shall be convicted of a breachof candidate must be a good student, a
I and take an active part. On September >
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I
it is rather difficult to
present
i penalty for the breach of this the Honor System except upon a determine the exact number of men good athlete, and a good social "mix.er 22nd John Marshall held its first

Honor System outlined in Section clear confession on his part before the =in short an all around man. It
as
?. from the University of Florida who meeting for the year for the purpose
is because of the stress laid the
1, shall be follows Executive Committee or the Discipline on
as : .. of electing officers. The followingwere
have gone into the service of the nation
1. The penalty for the breach of Committee, or upon the testimony of since the beginning of war, as physical ability of the candidates that elected: Mr. Sam Cheatham,
Article 1 Section I shall be two witnesses respecting the the choosing of this year's winner will
expulsion or more the figures of the Registrar's officeare president; Mr. Lacy Mahon, vice-pres
from the student body of the same charge. be postponed until later, since the
j not yet available.But ident; Mr. Walter Moore, secretary-
.' University of Florida, with privilege S. Upon the receiving of such report war has called many of the physically
it is known that forty-five men treasurer; Mr. E. K. Wilson, sergeant-
of resignation rather than expulsion the Committee shall first pass qualified, who might desire to
entered the Officers' Training Camps, at-arms; Mr. Marcus Brown, critic;
from the University of Florida. upon said charge. Should the charge enter the competition. It is thought
; thirty going to Fort McPherson near Mr. Marcus Brown and Mr. J. S.
2. The for the breach of valid the person accused shall that the fairest thing to do Is to wait
penalty appear Atlanta in May, and fifteen others go- Benz,< reporters. A permanent program
: Article 2, Section I, shall be suspen be brought before the Committee, ing to the second camp at Fort Ogle- until the war is either over or the pet I committee consists of Mr.

sloe or at the option of the Honor faced by his accusers, be informedof thorpe the first of September. Be- pie have adjusted themselves to conditions Clrea'ham. Mr. D. V. Rouse and Mr.

:. Committee, expulsion from the stu the charge against. him and be sides these men, thirty others joined brought about by it. Alfred Green. The first meeting baring _

j dent body, with the same privilege as given a hearing. *."* i \-s <- u, ..-- the Medical Enlisted Reserve Corps,I The Rhodes examinations- heldin been called (for the purpose of

d regards resignation rather than expulsion tSECTION IV.'s-o. / :-,. a unit of which was formed here, and three Florida schools, in the following electing officers, the Society adjourned -

from the University of Flor- AMENDMENT are now in France after having spent rotation, Rollins College, Stetson until September 29th when the

Ida. I 1. To effect an amendment to these three months in training- Allen- University and the Unievrsity of first of many interesting and instruct

- SECTION III. : roles there must be a petition to the town, Pa., where they earned them- Florida. Last year they were held at tive programs was rendered. The

-. 1. The enforcement of these rules I Student Body as a whole by the majority selves the nickname "The Fighting Rollins. Dr. George Farriss, vice- main feature of the meeting was an i

shall be in the hands of an Executive of each of two classes, outliningthe Florida," according to one of the mem- president of Stetson University Is inspiring address by Dean Harry R. -

j Committee of the Student Body, : desired amendment, followed by a bers who was rejected because of conducting the competition. Trusler.

'* composed of five voting members-. Vote I of two-thirds of the Student physical disability after several weeksin

-J The President of the Combined Senior Body In favor of such amendment. camp. COUNTY DEMONSTRATION

Class, who shall be its chairman, and I 2. Such amendment shall become Many others volunteered during the farmers throughout the state to be-
AGENTS IN SESSION HERE In their vocation
and others called into come more proficient
one member elected from each classto effectual immediately upon such adoption summer, were
the national by the recent draft. and teaching them to, use up-to-
serve for one scholastic year. The and approval. Provided, however army
During the week the County scientific methods Once a .
past
and
date
that hundred of
-
safe
is to
It one
representative from the Junior Class that there shall have been served say ':
Demonstration Agents of the state meet here to talk over eXperiences -:::
shall be the Committee's Secretary, on the President of the Universityby the men who were here last year are year they
have been holding their annual convention and exchange ideas. Among'
soldiers and officers
at present or are
who shall keep full and permanent the Executive Committee of the "
as the guests of the Univei- who lectured to the
training to become such. the men present
.
records of all proceedings of the Committee Student Body a notice, five days
prior to the date of such vote of the The next issue of the Alligator will city in the Agricultural Building. meeting was Mr. Hill of Washing.

2. All proceedings of this Committee Student Body, setting forth the desired contain a complete list of the 'Gator This is a body of men, educate. ton, who has charge of the boys' i

shall be absolutely:secret. amendment. and purpose there- warriors and their present stations, along agricultural lines, who are do- corn club work through the:whole

if they can be ascertained. ing a great work In helping the United States.
3. To be effective, thejrtrte..... of this .of. JN.{ _'' "

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The question of a football game

THE( FLORIDA ALLIGATOR with Stetson, which Is agitated each SEMINOLE :;H

: ,ear, seemed to be talked of more

Jus year by the students than for v
t r GEORGE BAILEYEditor in Chief JACKSONVILLE
They'wanted one ,
tee past few years. -- 3ai
SETH CLARKSONManaging Editor .
ThankPgiving and no one doubts '
! J. W. DALTON__ a Associate Editor ;;a FLORIDA'S MOST POPULAR HOTEL too
wouldbe
crowd
.hat a record breaking )fi J itIlO.
Business Departmentw. on hand nor that there would beau .
L. MAHON ...._..._ _-..-.. Manager abundance ol enthusiasm but sucha r University of Florida Jacksonville llendgnarter leg
F. M. DE VANE..Assistant Manager
Our
1 thing is impossible this year. Rates from $1.50 up goi:
Contributors to This Issue: Thanksgiving date has recently been

W. MOFFET B. E. ARCHER cTosed with Kentucky State, and on J. B. POUND, President CHAS. G. DAY, Manager J. RUSSELL PETERS, Asst. Mgr. old Ing

L. STEIN the other hand It Is understood that cor

Stetson has given up athletics this
? i Entered as second-class matter, car

September 28, 1912, at the postofficeat )ar. cht

Gainesville, Fla., under the Act of
March 3d, 1879. Fellows, on Saturday the 13th the n

Gators will meet South Carolina on (

j Place all communications and news Fleming Field and by that time we

-", items in boxes designated for that want every one to know perfectly

y purpose in Peabody and Language our songs and yells; therefore be out Cc

Halls. to the cheering practices every night

and in: this way do your "bit" to help
'" Rate-The Florida Alligator, $1.00. the Gators win. When Saturday Fe

: comes stick with the cheer leaders n
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EDITORIAL : and stand by the team.
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In behalf of the students, the Alligator WHEN THE WAR WILL END

welcomes all who are in attend ip Fi i
Absolute knowledge I have V-
none
ance of the Citrus Seminar to the
But aunt's washerwoman's sister'sson
privileges of the campus. The doorsto my Bi

the classrooms, laboratories, mu-
Heard a policeman on his beat
seum and library are open to you and $
Say to a laborer on the street a
your visiting them will bespeak your
That he had a letter just last week
interest in us.
(Written in Latin-or was it Greek?) A:

From a Chinese coolie in Timbuctoo
I
The last Legislature made an appropriation Who said the niggers in Cuba knew

of about $4,000.00 for im- Of a colored man in Texas town

provements on the campus, for which, Who got it straight from a circus I"\

it is needless to say, we are very clown I

grateful, as we are for their liberality That a man in Klondike heard the, I"

t in every way. Altho this fact was news I

known to us before the close of the From a gang of South American Jews:

last session, we did not expect to return About somebody in Borneo

and find such progress being Who heard of a man who claimed to .
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made with the work. The lawns are know FR rt .
'
still requiring a great deal of atten- Whose mother-in-law will undertakeTo

tion but already have a smooth tex- prove that her seventh husband's A

ture which forms an effective settingfor niece .

the buildings. The lights are be- Had stated in a printed piece

ing installed thru the campus and it That she has a son who has a friend AC H1EYBMENTTwenty C

will not be long before we will feel Who knows when the war is going to
} fc aft if we are walking down a "white end. !I ;Eve. years "ago" the General It..JWset.rre Thciuiotrisearck IPI A

way" rather than a dark and lonely -Bienville (La.) Democrat. -& Electric Com-Company'was.foundedi iW7g1Jen.tan gi61e) :t IOrm W=i nven? ,

road. It is understood that work will .Since thenrefeclricityTias: TitnKnll tion,.in_apparatus oOnfirutt:precision ,

soon commence on some more cement THE Y. M. C. A. LETTERIt th rough thewhol*>'stn Vi r_>: nf .li/i ) and'glgantlC;pOWCrjtAnd

b walks; there being one proposed "Eager,to runTwhe I :"loTifartd:"carry?) it"has-gone I'orfnTco-operatingwitK

: which will extend practically all the is hoped that the school year of to banish dark"to"gather heat,;to.hurl, ;every industry,to command this unseen,

way from the Law College to the gym- 1917-18 will be a successful one for the voices and..thoughtsaa06S.space.;tol force and fetch it farjto serve all people
nasium. At present it is not known the,world tools:Yor.its workeleAnaty .
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new
.
Y. :M. C. A., and it ought to be. We :give liy tfJe'achTevements'which: Sus: -com',
where the others will be placed but it '- hasbent_ ..to;jnans"wiIL)
are crippled by the loss of Mr. H. -t-.y.: .l..uh1.J iU iiU1iIUyrecoruc: may best C
is to be hoped that the approachesto "
Will Nelson, last year's secretary Throughout :rthisTpenbd 2ie;GeneraTEJecftnc 'be 'judged the'greater:ends.its future' -!

the Dining Hall will be included. who has answered the call of his Company has,held the"greatjresponsibihties Mshall'attain, the. deeper'mystenes it..

Along with the Improvements on country, but nevertheless we should and high, ideals,;pjf] [yet: shall solve, in. "electrifying moreandjnoreiof ,

the campus may be mentioned the arise and stand on our own feet. leadership.. ; the worlda: work. "
paving of West University Avenue,
t
Mr. Nelson gave us a good start r
,, which is the "straight and narrowpath" ? : f
test year, and we should all join in C
J', leading to the city and which
and help to do just a little better this
E" is kept alive with students comIns-
year than last. The Y. M. C. A. is not GEM6HAL COMPANY
and going. This improvement has J
impractical organization "" "" "
an but onethat : a -
been hoped for a number of years and
is doing real, practical good. For
will mean much to those in connection F
Instance, one of the cabinet members
with the University as well as to the
conducts a mission on the outskirts ot
people of Gainesville as a whole. "
Gainesville. He kept up the work
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during the summer and hardly missed F

The Seniors start the "ball to roll a Sunday at his post. Again let ALLIGATOR WANTSREPORTERS tion Agents of Florida are meeting, nected with the Alligator. Just at "

ing" with a "get together and mix" on us call to mind what General Persh- AND SPE- for discussion of their work. Their present we are open: to inducementfrom -

Friday night, October 12th. The giv- lug said, that one good live Ameri- sessions are held in Chapel Hall, and campus politicians who want

ing of these receptions by the differ cen Y. M. C. A. secretary was worth CIAL WRITERS NOW are open to the public. free advertising. Two-bits a line. I

ent classes was started last year and five hundred men in the trenches.So I C

proved to be an excellent method ot far this the attendance The rhymes of sad I
year average college poets are ,:
getting to know The Alligator has several staff THROUGH THE KEYHOLEProf. "
your classmates bet- po-
at the meetings has been In nearly every case; I-
ter and all the students. All students sitions open for men who are inter-
seventy-five. It should be two hun- But now and then, if not too bad,
will be expected to out well ested in journalistic work and who are
come as
dred and seventy-five. The meetingsarc O. W. Weaver: "You oughtto They'll serve to fill up space. ,
as the members willing to take regular positionswith
of the faculty and up
not long the talks
are Interesting run some half-minute interviews in
their wives and in order to have the paper. Application should be
and most beneficial to everyone the Alligator this "
room for every one it will he held in who hears them.A .- made to the managing editor or edi- year. Bill Stone says that if we will lay J C

ChapeL There will be a program consisting membership tor-in-chief, in writing, setting forth off that little scrap he had about the
campaign is aboutto -
of music and experience and other qualifications. white pants, he guesses we can josh
some a few short be launched, and fellows, when Freddy Leeks: "This cigar won't : .
talks, but the main feature will be committee calls on you let them en-a Preference will be shown to the men draw, and I just can't smoke it." !.him a little in the Ad Lib Column this F
the smokes and eats. who have been here a year or more, year. In "kidding" him, we'll be sure
roll in this
you great organization and to those who have had experience, to handle him with "kid" gloves.
which Is doing so much for our men
but lack of experience will not dis- Prof. Ault: "Everybody is insane.
On October 8th, the records in the in France and In the training campsat qualify anyone. X _____
Registrar's office show that there are home. Join as a patriotic duty. r UGH! BIG CHIEF JOE TELLS-

4 320 men enrolled for instruction at the T. O. Otto; "I'd like to know how STUDENTS ABOUT IT

University of Florida. Of this number DALTON CHOSEN JUNIOR LIVE STOCK MEN MEET you fellows are going to get up in I

about 40 are short course students I PRESIDENTJ. IN AGRICULTURAL BLDG. the morning while I'm rooming on the

but the number Is Increasing campus. At the chapel hour Monday morning

daily and it is expected that there President Murphree allowed a few 1
W. Dalton was elected to the
will soon be from 300 to 325 regular pres- moments' time to Joe Davis, a full,
idency of the Junior Class at a meet- The University has been host dur- "Rat" Harold Barker: "Whadda I
attendants.The blooded Indian chief who to ,
a ing held last Wednesday Chapel ing the past week to the Live Stock think of the University? Darn good. happened
Freshman class of this year is Hall. J. R. Gunn was chosen vice- Roundup, a meeting of all the peopleof Why? Why do you ask me that right be in Gainesville the early part of the
the largest In the history of the Florida who interested in week. The chief gave a very patrieotic I
president, John N. Whitfield, secretaryand are live out of the middle of space?
;' school. This is a fine showing for talk in his broken English to the:
treasurer, and T. M. Palmer stock of any sort. The attendance at
representative
the High Schools over the state and students, telling them that the Indians -
to the Honor Committee.The the meetings, which were held in the I
we congratulate them on their record Juniors have the Agricultural College building, has Sam Cheatham: "If you put any were striving to educate them- ',

i :which leads in the percentage of the Sophomore-Freshman managementof been surprisingly large, and the pro- sarcastic stuff in the Alligator about. selves and become good citizens, and

High School students attending Institutions in their charge, and a committee flag-rush con. gram has been filled with interestingand me, they'll lynch a rat around here." urging the men to assist the country=" I

of higher learning. helpful addresses.All in the present war. .
sisting of A. B. Crosby Bob Ernest
Davis is a graduate of the Carlisle
and H. H. the visitors have seemed much 1
McCallum was appointedto Watch this column.
You never can Indian School, and has travelled pra
Have heard ,a Senior lawyer draw pleased with the University and its
you up a set of rules governingthe sell when you will find yourself -'
quoted tically all over the world giving lectures -;
express his views on afternoon law event. No other business was work. here. Always be careful what you on Indian customs and the mod 1

classes? If not, you should inquire. brought before the meeting. This week the County Demonstra- say when you are near anybody con- ern Indiag life in America.

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most of the men have not played college fight.

football before. The boys are We'll fight forever Florida, for:
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Brmr rah!
We'll sing a song .
For that flag today. FLORIDA! FLORIDA!

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For Florida. The regular meeting of the John .. EAST MAIN STREET

Marshall Debating Society was held "Just Flttjr Feet Off tb. Square"THE

October 6. There was a closely con. ONLY AMERICAN EATING PLACE IN GAINESVILLE
FLORIDA VICTORY SONG tested debate on the subject "Resolved -

(Chas. DuR. "Pug" Hamilton) : that insanity should be made. aground You can get cheaper meals elsewhere, but isn't there TRY MOLNAR'S
for divorce in Florida.. Th some satisfaction in knowing that when you do get .
We kick the ball and down the affirmative was upheld by :Mr. D. H. real hungry you car.find a clean,cozy place and EAT? There are Several Reasons

field we go, Carter and Mr.: W. T. :Moore while the
The fight is on, just watch our negative was taken by Mr. M. H. ;
Jones and Mr. G. L. Alford. The judges j.
1 "' fellows go!
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decision in favor of the
gave a neg-
We face a team that think it'si
ative. :Mr. J. S. Benz gave a short interesting -
i very strong, talk on "The Value Derived

I Watch whole them darn throng.go wrong, the from Debating." Alachua County Abstract. Co. .

We'll stick to :you through every! FRESHMAN ELECTIONS ,, '. .. ..,. ,. .. '

1 loss and gain, Ras ,. '
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C. President." .
If we don't :win we'll back you .:1 r- .
Freshman Class on Fri- :.
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same. day evening. Mitchell Stallings was "
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with all our might secretary-treasurer and A. P.
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For great and grand old "South- :Marshall representative to the Honor
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