The Florida alligator
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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
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Physical Description: v. : ; 32-59 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: the students of the University of Florida
Place of Publication: Gainesville Fla
Creation Date: October 10, 1917
Publication Date: 1912-1973
Frequency: daily except saturday and sunday (sept.-may); semiweekly (june-aug.)[<1964>-1973]
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Coordinates: 29.665245 x -82.336097 ( Place of Publication )
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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I /f Vol. VI University of Florida, Gainesville, Wednesday, October 10, 1917 <0 y No.




Rules of Conduct in Tests and Large 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 Com Calls on State For $4,000, of Faculty-Librarian in Charge

Chapel of Breach AssemblySerious.ness Is Impressedon Two Tent ExhibitionsOn pleted by Opening of 1918 Which University Is to Give a The John Marshall Society

New StudentsThe School Year Part .

Tuesday: morning at nine o'clock
The College of Law opened with
President Murphree opened the 1917 Plans for the new gymnasium are The University of Florida is raising
code on which is based the session of the Citrus very bright prospects. In spite of
Seminar. Preparations and the by faculty and student subscription,
rapidly being con.
honor system used by the Universlt the large number of junior students
lor a large number of visitors tract for the erection of the building, ,one hundred dollars for the Library
of Florida, and the penalties for via .who have enlisted there is a gratify
to this
annual affair have been will be let in a short time. War Fund as its share in the million
lation of the regulations were read ing attendance. The places of the
made as last year about four hun The will stand to the west of dollars expected to be raised throughout
to the student body during chapel dred men who have answered the call of
people attended. the Experiment Station. Like all the the country. The money will go to
hour Thursday morning byV.. B. The their country are being filled by new
purpose of the seminar is to other buildings on the it will the Library War Fund Committee,
Stone, member of the Student Execu- campus faces, a number of men with advanced -
bring before
the fruit growers of tub be built of red brick and the style of for the purpose of providing war libraries -
tive standing from other universities
Committee and one of the founders state
new developments in the citrus architecture will follow that of the near the front for American
of the being in attendance. On account of
honor system in this
industry and to give the growers the older halls. It will serve as soldiers and sailors..
school. its large enrollment of mature men
opportunity to get first hand advice sium and auditorium and will The
be of
an State Florida has been
and college gratuates, law school
After reading the entire code, and from men who
the are competent to explain one story high, sixty feet wide and asked to give four thousand dollars last suffered greater losses of
penalty provisions Stone went and advise year
concerning the new : one hundred feet long. There will bea the raising of two'thousand of which
over it a second time sectionby conditions that students on account of the war than
are constantly arcs basement under the whole building will be undertaken by the cities 01 The
the other old
section and explained what ing. colleges. boys,
in which the lockers dressing rooms Tampa and Jacksonville. The rest
who otherwise would be back
each 'part meant, in order that there There is f may
a most interesting program baths and team to be located of the will be
rooms .are money gotten throughthe
be found in practically branchof
might be no every
misunderstanding of !toby of lectures
to be given by leadingmen
as well as the offices of the state.
the students. While the military service. Many enteredthe
reading '
of the
state and country, which coach and the Athletic Board. President :Murphree has appointed
was going on, the faculty members attending will be training camps and received com-
supplemented whenever pray On the ground floor of the buildingwill Professor O. C. Ault to get the faculty missions national
in the
absent new
the chapel service were ticable army.
from hall. by demonstrations. There are be a stage twenty-eight feet wide donations and T. O. Otto, H. R. Despite the decrease in attendancethe
also extensive exhibits in the Agricultural and nineteen feet deep, with two DeSilva, and Marcus Brown those of
Stone called attention to the fact law school is making marked progress
Building and under the two
dressing rooms nineteen by sixteen the students. Many demands are be-
that the honor had been in material There has
system a sue- ways.
big tops as well as the farm and feet each. A hall will take
large up ing made on the civilian population
been added to the faculty Prof. Ean
i cess from the start, and that only ,
machinery shown the adjoining
grove on 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- the cause and the boys who are fight- .
the alleged breach of honor, and sterling character. His presence greatly
the seminar, who wish to pursue ing. Chairs will be placed here for ing for us, even if we have to scrimpa
the accused man denied his guilt, he strengthens the already strong
the work and investigations further, occasions when the building shall bin good deal to do it.
could faculty and makes possible the offer-
not under the provisions of the
will enter the Seminar School which
auditorium and they
use as an of the listed In the cat-
code be expelled from school. ing subjects
was established two years ago and will be removed when the floor is
To give or receive illegitimate aid alog under the three year curricu-
in which a short course is offered that
wanted for basketball other in.
in connection with any college course I lum. Florida University will be the
gives to those with practical expe- door sports and exercises. Eight "
and to fail to such first three year law school In the
report givIng
. any rience a chance so to speak, to look
hundred and forty people will be accommodated -
RHODES SCHOlRRSHIP R. State. This change will place the
: or receiving Illegitimate aid which
through the microscope a little. The in the hall itself, while
J one may witness, constitute the two Florida University Law School among
men will do laboratory work which
two hundred and fifty more can be
: breaches of the honor code. will help them in their growing when spated in the gallery which will extend NOW?! ON AT DEUNDMen the leading institutions of the coun

. The maintaining of the system rests they return to their farms or groves. entirely around the main hall, try.For
with the student Executive Commit. the the first time in the history of
The course consists of studyof making a total seating capacity ot
tee which is composed of five voting soils and fertilizersand the University, the law library Is in
diseases, pests,
nearly eleven hundred. A running
of Florida Who Seek The
the charge of skilled librarian in the
members chairman to be the About a
grove management. forty
track will probably be built In the
president of the combined senior enrollments were expected this year gallery later on. Liberal Annuity Are Hard at I person of Mrs. C. S. Jackson. She

" classes and the other four to be representatives but 'owing. to conditions arising at Although the appropriation for the it-Winner Be Named After will have charge of cataloging the numerous -

from each of the fou War Conditions Settle'The volumes and will conduct the
the number
the last moment was re. building is $70,000 It is not likely that
2 college classes. increasing correspondence of the col
duced 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. competitions to decide the lege.One
: of the benefits of the law
Committee upon all matters must be the remainder being reserved for addi- Rhodes scholar fromFlorida begana
SECTION I. school is the privilege of attendingand
unanimous. i tions to be built later. In.the plans week ago today at Stetson University -
BREACH OF HONOR SYSTEM taking part in the meetings of the
4. It shall be the duty of any stu. another wing is provided for when at DeLand. The scholar
1. Either giving or receiving illegitimate John Marshall Debating Society. Thisis
dent witnessing a breach of the Honor the growth of the University shall ship which carries an annuityof
a aid in connection with any one of the fo Dst prominent organi-
System first to secure another witness warrant it.GATORS. three hundred pounds, or about
: i college course. zations on the campus. Many benefitsare
i to the breach whenever practicable, $1,500 at Oxford University, will not
.:\ 2. Failure to report any violation to be derived from the society,
but. In all events, he is promptly to FLOCK TO be awarded until after the war. in all
Y j of Section I, Article 1.SECTION. which is evidenced by the fact that
report said breach to the Executive probability.To .
UNCLE SAM'S COLORSAt all members of the law school Imme
II. Committee of the Student Body. No hold the Rhodes Scholarship the
diately upon matriculation, affiliate
PENALTY student shall be convicted of a breachof candidate must be a good student, a
? it is rather difficult to and take an active part. On September
The penalty for the breach of this the Honor System except upon a good athlete, and a good social "mix.
determine the exact number of men 22nd John Marshall held its first
,; Honor System, as outlined in Section clear confession on his part before the er"-in short an all around man. It
from the University of Florida who meeting for the year for the purposeof
I I, shall be as follows: Executive Committee or the Discipline is because of the stress laid on the
have into the service of the nation electing officers. The followingwere
., 1. The penalty for the breach of Committee or upon the testimony of physical ability of the candidates that i
since the beginning of war, as elected: Mr. Sam Cheatham,
, Article 1, Section I, shall be expul- two or more witnesses respecting the the choosing of this year's winner will
the figures of the Registrar's office president; Mr. Lacy Mahon, vice-pres
j tiSion from the student body of the same charge. be postponed until later, since the
'' are not yet available.But ident; Mr. Walter Moore, secretary-
..- University of Florida, with privilege 5. Upon the receiving of such report war has called many of the physically .
j 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;
i 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.
" .. The shall that the fairest to do Is to wait
penalty ror tne breach or appear valid the person accused thing
in and fifteen others
Atlanta May, going Benz, reporters. A permanent program
1 t."Article 2, Section I, shall be suspension be brought before the Committee to the second camp at Fort Ogle- until the war is either over or the pee committee consists of Mr.

1 or at the option of the Honor faced by his accusers, be Informedof thorpe the first of September. Be- pie have adjusted themselves to con Cheatham, Mr. D. V. Rouse and Mr.

j ;::. Committee expulsion from the student the charge against. him and, be sides these men, thirty others joined ditions brought about by it. Alfred Green. The first meeting having

-* body, with the same privilege as given a hearing. r -i \':) v < <- the Medical Enlisted Reserve Corps, The Rhodes examinations held been called !for the purpose of

JT regards resignation rather than expulsion Tr> K, SECTION IV. :.o / ;-tjl. a unit of which was formed here, and in 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, stet-
until September 29th when the
ida. 1. To effect an amendment to these three months in training- Allen- son University and the Unievrsity of
first of many interesting and Instruc
SECTION III. rules there must be a petition to the town, Pa., where they earned themselves Florida. Last year they were held at .
tive programs was rendered. Tire
'-- 1. The enforcement of these rules Student Body as a whole by the ma the nickname "The Fighting Rollins. Dr. George Farriss, vice- I
main feature of the meeting was an
x shall be in the hands of an Execu- jority of each of two classes, outlining Florida," according to one of the mem- president of Stetson University, Is
inspiring address by Dean Harry R.
4 tive Committee of the Student Body, the desired amendment, followed by a bers who was rejected because of conducting the competition.
*- composed of five voting members Vote of two-thirds of the Student physical disability after several weeksin
J The President in favor of such amendment.
of the Combined Senior Body camp. COUNTY DEMONSTRATION

Class, who shall be its chairman and 2. Such amendment shall become Many others volunteered during the farmers throughout the state to be-

one member elected from each classto effectual immediately upon such adop. summer, and others were called into AGENTS IN SESSION HERE come more proficient In their vocation

serve for one scholastic year. The tion and approval. Provided how. the national army by the recent draft.It and teaching them to use up-to'

representative from the Junior Class ever, that there shall have been served 'is safe to say that one hundred of During the past week the County date and scientific method Once &

shall be the Committee's Secretary, on the President of the Universityby the men who were here last year are Demonstration Agents of the state year they meet here to talk over ex-

who shall keep full and permanent the Executive Committee of the at present soldiers and officers or are have been holding their annual convention periences and exchange ideas. Amongthe

records of all proceedings of the Com- Student Body, a notice, five days training to become such. as the guests of the University men present who lectured to the

mittee. prior to the date of such vote of the The next issue of the Alligator will in the Agricultural Building. meeting was Mr. Hill, of Washington

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 educated, who has charge of the boys'

shall be absolutely cret. amendment. and purpose thereof. warriors and their present stations- along agricultural lines, who are doing corn club work through the whole

S. To be effective, the vtite of this if they can be ascertained. a great work In helping the United States.
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The question of a football game : -

\ :: > fit fLORIDA ALLIGATOR ;th. Stetson which Is agitated each

; i i Dear seemed to be talked.,of more HOTEL SEMINOLEJACKSONVILLE

'I; _t ifs year by the students than for
+ GEORGE BAILEY-Editor in Chief "
tee past few years. They'wanted one ,.'
SETH CLARKSONManaging, Editor
..n Thanksgiving and no one doubts
J. W. DALTON...:. Associate Editor MOST POPULAR HOTEL
.hat a record breaking crowd wouldbe '
Business Depaitine itF'
there would be
on hand nor that
F't W. L. MAHON Manager Jacksonville gleadquarert4Rates
au abundance of enthusiasm, but sucha University of Florida's
F. M. DE VANE..Assistant Manager
thing Is Impossible this year. Our
Contributors to This Issue: rhanksgiving date has recently been from $1.50 up

W. MOFFET B. E. ARCHERL. closed' with Kentucky State and on J. B. POUND, President CHAS. G. DAY, Manager J. RUSSELL PETERS, Asst. Igr.ACHIEVBMENT .
the other hand it Is understood that

F Stetson has given up athletics this
j Entered as second-class matter,

September 28, 1912, at the postofficeat year

Gainesville, Fla, under the Act of
;. March 3d, 1879. Fellows, on Saturday the 13th the
Gators will meet South Carolina on
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'f' Place all communications and newsitems Fleming Field and by that time we j

f in boxes designated, for that want every one to know perfectly

I r purpose in Peabody and LanguageHalls. our songs and yells; therefore be out

1 to the cheering practices every night

it and Is this way do your "bit" to help
: Rate-The Florida Alligator, $1.00.
.t f the Gators win. When Saturday
tomes stick with the cheer leaders

EDITORIAL : :acid stand by the team.,

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t t In behalf of the students the Alligator WHEN THE WAR WILL END

f I welcomes all who are in attend JH
l I
Absolute knowledge have
i ance of the Citrus Seminar to tho none

: privileges of the campus. The doors But my aunt's washerwoman's sister's

:' to the classrooms laboratories mu sonHeard tHfe

I\ T seum and library are open to you and a policeman on his beat

: x your visiting them will bespeak yourinterest Say to a laborer on the street

-, in us. That he had a letter just last week Ii4 ifl

'.' (Written in Latin-or was it Greek?)

From a Chinese coolie in Timbuctoo $

i h- The last Legislature made an appropriation ) Who said the niggers in Cuba knew I
t !f of about $4,000.00 for improvements -iii:
l Of a colored man in Texas town :

I ;ffr;, : on the campus, for which Who got it straight from a circus -- t=i' ,) .

..Lfl f it is needless to say we are very clown mss **?
:t grateful as we are for their liberals That a man in Klondike heard the
4 ty in every way. Altho this fact war s news

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

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

i and find such progress bein b Who heard of who
a man claimed t()
r' made with the work. The lawns! arestill know

f requiring a great deal of attention Whose mother-in-law will undertake r

i'",' but already have a smooth tex To prove that her seventh husband's

ture which forms an effective setting niece & .
1:y for the buildings. The lights are being Had stated in a printed piece a

i. installed thru the campus and it That she has a son who has a friend
will not be long before we will feel .
Who knows when the war is going to 11 -
i. ; ar If we are walking down a "whiteway" end. Twenty Sve."years go',the General>: It..JWset.rre e'tpuitoI'icsearck i

rather than dark and Electric .....
a lonely Bienville (La.) Democrat. Comgany'wasjbundedi --t: p.
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01. ll4IJ pX :tanpDJe .Jorm--to_an.Sinceth ? ,
road. It Is understood that '
work will
ePectnatq"has w lion in.appuatus jinnnite
I n- of recisio
i soon commence on some more cement, THE Y. M. C. A. LETTER through_thewhole stniRyre:pC Jifd ind'gigantic'powerj -
: walks; there being one proposed I
9 which will extend practically all the "Eag r,to-tiuri wheeBTlo'Lfak3; :"carry} t And it has'gone foHfoc->peTratingwith'every

:t way from the Law College to the gym It is hoped that the school year of to banish dark'to gather.heat,'to.hurl, ; industry to command this unseen,
1917-18 will be a successful one for the voices andthougbts.auossapaato, force and fetch it.farjto serve all people.liy .
nasium. At present it is not known
Y. M. C. A., and it ought to be. W ',give the world new,tools.for.its,work '
where the others will be placed but it t. evemeriu-whichhis_ com:
i is to be hoped that the approaches are crippled by the loss of Mr. HWill electricity hubmt.to'maI: -will.l ;"pany:has"already_recorded may best;

to the Dining Hall will be included. Nelson last year's secretary, Throughout".rthisTptnod' )fo;GencraTBectnc 'be"'judged the'greater:ends.its future:

t Along with the improvements on who has answered the call of his :Company" hasheld, the"greatj. thaU.aw.in., : 'the_ deeper'mystenes it.

F ; the campus may be mentioned the country but nevertheless we should rcsponsjbihties high, ideals, ;pj} ._yet; shall .solve, eledrifying more

: : paving of West University Avenue, arise end stand on our own feet. leadership. and moreo.t world's' :wort

which is the "straight and narropath" w Mr. Nelson gave us a good star ';
last year and we should all join in 'J
leading to the city and which i
is kept alive with students coming and help to do just a little better this

and going. This improvement hasbeen year than last. The Y. M. C. A. is not ODMIHMYALLIGATOR

an impractical organization, but
on e
hoped for
a number of years and
will that is doing real practical good. For
mean much to those in connectionwith
f instance one of the cabinet member
University as well as to the
conducts a mission on the outskirts ot
people of Gainesville as a whole.
I Gainesville. He kept up the work

t during the summer and hardly miss- -

t The Seniors start the "ball to roUefng" ed a Sunday at his post. Again let WANTSREPORTERS lion Agents of Florida are meeting, nected with the Alligator. Just at

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 inducement i

+ Friday night. October 12th. The givIng l ing said that one good live Ameri- sessions are held in Chapel Hall, and from campus politicians who want

of these receptions by the different can Y. M. C. A. secretary was worth CIAL WRITERS NOW are open to the public. free advertising. Two-bits a line.
classes was started last and r'
year five hundred men in the trenches.
> proved to be an excellent method ot
So far
this the .
year attendance
getting to know THROUGH The rhymes of college poets are sad,:
your classmates better at the meetings has been The Alligator has several staff positions THE KEYHOLEProf. .
and all the In nearly every case;
students. All student seventy-five. It open for men who are inter-
will be expected to come out as well and should be two hundred ested in journalistic work and who are But now and then, if not too bad,

as the members of the faculty ana seventy-five. The meetings! willing to take up regular positions O. W. Weaver: "You oughtto They'll serve to fill up space.
arc not long, the talks are interesting .
.' their wives, and in order to havroom SR and most beneficial with the paper. Application should be run some half-minute interviews in
to everyone the "
this \
+ Y for every one it will he held I la who hears them.A .- made to the managing editor or edi Alligator year. Bill Stone says that if we will lay j

ChapeL There will be a program consisting membership campaign is about tor-in-chief, in writing, setting forth off that little scrap he had about the,:

of some music and a few short to be launched and fellows when a experience and other qualifications. Freddy Leeks: "This cigar won'tdraw white pants, he guesses we can josh .*-
talks but the main feature will Preference will be shown to the men him
bb committee little
a the Ad Lib Column this
r calls on you. let them enroll and I just can't smoke it." %
the smokes and eats. who have been here a v
year or more, In
you in this great organization year. "kidding" him, we'll be sure
which Is doing so much for and to those who have had experience, to handle him with "kid" gloves.
our men
but lack of experience will not disqualify
On October 8th, the records in the in France and in the training camps Prof. Ault, : "Everybody is insane."
Registrar's office show that there are at home. Join as a patriotic duty. ", UGH! BIG CHIEF JOE TELLS

320 men enrolled for instruction at the T. O. Otto: "I'd like to know how

University of Florida. Of this number DALTON CHOSEN JUNIOR LIVE STOCK MEN MEETIN you fellows are going to get up in STUDENTS ABOUT IT

about 40 are short course students PRESIDENTJ. AGRICULTURAL BLDG. the morning while I'm rooming on the
but the number
Is 1ncreas]
campus. At the chapel hour Monday morning
daily and it is expected that there
will soon be from 300 to 323 regulai J. W. Dalton was elected to the presidency President Murphree allowed a fewmoments' ']

attendants.The of the Junior Class at a meet- The University has been host during "Rat" Harold Barker: "Whadda I time to Joe Davis, a full ,

Freshman ing held last Wednesday Chapel the past week to the, Live Stock think of the University? Darn good. blooded Indian chief who happened to

the largest in the class history of this of 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 th*,

th6 president, John Whitfield, secretary Florida who are interested in live out of the middle of space?" week. The chief gave a very patriotic *
school. This Is a fine
showing for and treasurer and T. 1L Palmer rep> stock of any sort. The attendance at talk in his broken English to the
the High Schools over the state and resentatlve to the Honor Committee.The the meetings, which were held in the students, telling them that the Indians
we congratulate them on their record Agricultural Sam Cheatham: "If were striving to educate themselves -
leads Juniors have the management College building, has you put any
which in the percentage of of the Sophomore-Freshman flag-rus been surprisingly large and the pro- sarcastic stuff in the Alligator aboutme and become good citizens, and
High School students attending Institutions has been filled they'll lynch a rat around urging the assist
in their charge and a committee consisting gram with interestingand here. men to the country,
of higher learning. in the -
< of A. B. Crosby Bob Ernest helpful addresses. present war.

and H. H. McCallum was appointed All the visitors have seemed much Watch this Davis is a graduate of the Carlisle

; Have you heard a Senior lawyer to draw up a set of rules governing pleased with the University and its sell when column. You never can Indian School, and has travelled pra
express his views on afternoon law the event. No other business was work. you find yourself quoted tically all over the world giving let
classes If not, you should.inquire. brought before the meeting. This week the County Demonstra I when Always be careful what you tures on Indian customs and the mod
say you are near anybody con ern Indian life in America.

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FLA. CHEERS AND SONGS CHORUS": Let every Rat know' by heart the list of these advertisers
SHOULD BE KNOWN BY ALL We cheer you,Florida,we love "
you, Florida,
:When South Carolina comes to For your good old college life. TONIGHT AND EVERY NIGHT

Gainesville on Saturday, the U. of P. Hold the line tight,boys, ,.

football team will play the first game Keep up the fight,boys! Class Motion Pictures
of its season. The team is new, and For we stand as one thruout the
most of the men have not played col- fight.

lege football before. The boys are We'll fight forever., Florida, for-
going to respond mightily to the good ever,
old Gator yells, and the yells are going It's the place we all Ipve so. LyricTheiterYour
to help establish an esprit de' So we will fight for you and
corps in the team. Every man on the even die for you,
campus should know the songs and just so we win another victory. Patronage Invited
cheers. Here they are. Learn them.

-- TEAM YELL (1)

COME CHEER FOR THE Florida,Rah, Rah,

UNIVERSITY BOYS Whoo-rah-Whoo-rah Florida, Rah, Rah, United Shoe Store

Come cheer for the University Florida. ;;

boys, Rah, Rah Rah Rah ,7" Two Well Known Brands
For we win another victory. Rah, Rah Rah Rah .-**
The Orange and Blue will for- *
Crossett EducatorUniversity
Rah, Rah Rah Rah-RAH, ,
ever wave in triumphFor TEAM, TEAM, TEAM.
the University,Rah, Rah, '
Avenue next to Busy Bazaar
Fight to the finish-we are with
you; -
'Gator, 'Gator 'Gator,
Break through the line on every When want Hardware BAIRD has it
Sis Sis Boom Boom Boom you
Sis, ,
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Cheer for the team at play FLORIDA!

On to the goal we'll fight our MOL-NAR'S'DINING DOOM

For Florida. regular meeting of the John EAST MAIN STREET

Marshall Debating Society was held '.Just fifty F..t Off tb. Square"

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Mr. J. S. Benz gave a short interesting -
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